|Games|| Lunar: The Silver Star|
Lunar: Silver Star Story
Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete
Lunar: Silver Star Harmony
Lunar: Eternal Blue
Lunar 2: Eternal Blue
Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete
|NA Voice Actor|| Rhonda Gibson (TSS)|
Rhonda Gibson (SSSC)
Eden Riegel (SSSP)
Rhonda Gibson (EB)
Kathryn Kirk (EBC)
|JP Voice Actor|| Kikuko Inoue|
井上 喜久子 (TSSJ)
氷上 恭子 (SSSS)
氷上 恭子 (SSSP)
井上 喜久子 (EBJ)
池田 昌子 (EBS)
池田 昌子 (EBP)
Luna Noa is one of the protagonists in the multiple renditions of the Silver Star Story.
In Lunar: Silver Star Story, Luna is the product of Dragonmaster Dyne sacrificing his power in order to allow Althena to be born into a human form permanently so that the divine energy can be spread amongst all humans, thus her leadership would no longer be needed.
In both cases, Luna was adopted by Alex's parents when she was very young, and has been close friends with him ever since. She became renowned for her singing voice, which had magical properties that she would not understand until later in life.
Luna is a very kind, caring girl who acts like a mother to Alex. She's often worried about a dream she keeps having, and she has a lot of questions about herself.
In the original version of the game, Luna is depicted as slightly tsundere, very prone to petty jealousy whenever she sees another girl near Alex. At times this can be even exaggerated to comical proportions, such as her overreaction to meeting Mia, a future asset to Alex's attempts to save her.
Events of the Silver Star StoryEdit
In The Silver Star, Luna briefly joins Alex's party as a healer but leaves when Alex and Ramus depart for Meribia. She is later kidnapped by Xenobia.
In Lunar: Silver Star Story, she stays in Alex's party even after they go to Meribia, until she is kidnapped.
Events of Eternal BlueEdit
In Lunar: Eternal Blue, Luna appears to give a message to Lucia in the Goddess Tower, and explains that the Goddess Althena no longer exists in Lunar. She encourages Lucia to believe in the power of the human spirit, which she has seen firsthand, in order to stop Zophar. Notably, she tells her that she chose to remain human, reaffirming the original version of events depicted in The Silver Star.
Silver Star Story CompleteEdit
|Healing Song||Restores HP to one Ally|
|Element:Skill||MP Cost:4||Area of Effect:1 Ally||Level Learned:1|
|Purity Song||Eliminates Status Ailments|
|Element:Skill||MP Cost:4||Area of Effect:1 Ally||Level Learned:4|
|Temptation Song||Lulls Enemies to Sleep|
|Element:Skill||MP Cost:8||Area of Effect:All Enemies||Level Learned:7|
|Cascade Song||Stat Booster|
|Element:Skill||MP Cost:10||Area of Effect:1 Ally||Level Learned:9|
|Tranquil Song||Restores HP to Everyone|
|Element:Skill||MP Cost:10||Area of Effect:All Allies||Level Learned:15|
|Escape Song||Forces Monsters to Run|
|Element:Skill||MP Cost:10||Area of Effect:All Enemies||Level Learned:12|
- The inspiration for Luna's scarf comes from a person that the artist knew and spoke to often.
- In the original Silver Star, Luna does not have a last name. Alex's father was named Noa. This was changed in the remakes.
- Luna_Noa on the Heroes wiki.
|Silver Star Story Characters|
|Alex Noa||Nall||Ramus||Luna Noa||Nash Rumack|
|Mia Ausa||Kyle||Jessica Alkirk||Tempest||Fresca|
|Myght||Dyne (aka Laike)||Mel de Alkirk||Lemia Ausa||Quark|