Dark Arle, as she appears in Puyo Puyo!! Quest.
|First appearance||Puyo Puyo 7|
|Latest appearance||Puyo Puyo!! Quest|
|Puyo Puyo!! Quest information|
Puyo Puyo 7
Dark Arle gives Klug a false explanation as to why Ringo's world is overrun with falling Puyos, which in turn successfully tricks Ringo and company into defeating 7 opponents one by one, ending with Dark Arle herself, After being defeated, Dark Arle reveals that beating her and the others has actually opened the space warp more, which will cause Ringo's world to be completely submerged by Puyo. Later, Dark Arle appears again, now beginning to speak like her true self. Upon her defeat, she reverts back into normal Arle, and Ecolo soon reveals itself afterwards. It did not possess Arle again. Gameplay-wise, Dark Arle first appeared at the end of Act 2's cutscene, after Klug tried "explaining" the situation. She is to be played against once in Act 3 and once in Act 4. Dark Arle can be unlocked by completing Act 4, with both Ringo and Satan.
Puyo Puyo!! Quest
Dark Arle is available as a purple card in this game, added on March 31 2014. She is available in Magic Stone Gacha in limited periods only. She is in the same series with Strange Klug, Accord, Satan and Ecolo, having similarly distributed skills and stats. During the Sakura Festival event from April 1, 2014, using Dark Arle in the deck can give extra drops in the event quests.
- In Transformation rule, Dark Arle does not transform. Instead, the color of her robes changes to either red or green in Mega Puyo Rush or Mini Puyo Fever respectively.
- She is the spiritual equivalent of Doppelganger Arle. However, they are entirely unrelated, other than being an evil alter ego to Arle.
- Dark Arle's battle theme, however, has pieces that resemble Doppelganger Arle's battle theme, resonating with other Puyo Puyo~n refrences scattered throughout Puyo Puyo 7.
Character specific mechanics
Dark Arle uses the same dropset as Arle's.