|108 Stars Chibaku Star|
Illustration Kawano Junko
|Birth Year||SY 436|
Maas was the apprentice of the legendary blacksmith, Mace but still considered himself a beginner. He was the youngest of Mace's pupils and relatively inexperienced. Still, but had a great work ethic with a high ambition to improve himself.
McDohl found Maas working in the Great Forest Village and allowed an eager Maas to join the fledgling Toran Liberation Army. In order to hammer out the distortions of the world, he single-mindedly continued to strike with his hammer at Toran Castle. There he would continually hone his skills in the workshop.
When Meese heard Maas had joined the Liberation Army, he also agreed to join, citing Maas' opinion. Later, along with Mose, the three blacksmiths were able to convince Moose - the best of Mace's students - to join the war effort.
Reunited, the four apprentices would later find their old master hiding away at Seek Valley. Together, they were able to convince Mace to come out of retirement and serve the Toran Liberation Army.
Following the Gate Rune War, dissatisfied with his work and his inexperience, Maas redoubled his efforts to become a better blacksmith.
|Talk to Maas at the Great Forest Village blacksmith any time following the plot events at the Ancient Castle of Toran.|
|Protects||This character does not protect anyone|
|Protected By||This character is not protected by anyone|
|Rune||No rune attached|
|Stat Growth Rate|
|Name||Type||Soldiers||Lead ATK||Sub ATK|
|Name||Wooden Hammer||Stone Hammer||Rock Hammer|
|W Type||W Level||Element|
Genso Suikoden Card Stories TCG
|Non-character cards depicting this character|
|254||Infiltrate the Enemy Base||Mission||Booster Pack Vol.2|
|CS2-618/R254||Infiltrate the Enemy Base||Mission||Remake Booster|
Other languages and releases
|Chinese simplified (HDR)||玛斯|
|Chinese traditional (HDR)||瑪斯|
- Genso Suikoden Encyclopaedia (ISBN 4-575-16297-3), page 258
- Genso Suikoden 108 Stars Character Guide (ISBN 4-7753-0050-4), page 112
- Genso Suikoden Kiwami Encyclopedia, pages 27, 97