In Elsword, another game designed by KoG Studios which has a very similar synopsis to Grand Chase, the character Aisha was based on Arme. However, Aisha mastered her abilities at the young age of 12, but they were stolen by a "sinister ring". She sets out on a journey to relearn the abilities she lost, unlike Arme who desires the knowledge of Kaze'aze's power.
During early development of the game, Aisha was originally named Arme. However this was scrapped due to copyright reasons as both games were hosted by different companies.
According to a Bingo question, the names of Elesis, Lire, and Arme originally came from the real-world continent of Europe. However, with the exception of Arme's, this is incorrect as the names are not actually real names and are modified versions of real-world names, such as Elise and Lir.
In Arme's case, her name means "Army Man", which is an exclusively masculine name.
Amenias, one of Aernas's Creators long ago, bears a striking resemblance to Arme in both name and appearance; whether or not if this is a coincidence is unknown.
Arme's old Prototype artwork lists her last name as "Glenstid".
Arme's last name is confirmed as such during the events of Talin's Revenge.
She is also the only character whose last name that was only mentioned in the Naver Blog to be said in-game.