I want to point out, first of all, that "we have some female characters who aren't actively designed, posed, and animated so dudes will find them super sexy" is still a gold-star achievement in games. It doesn't make sense to use this as a baseline or expect all games to meet this standard. Maybe one day, but not now, so this isn't EXACTLY a criticism.
Priestess--you're right about Priestess. So... Hag and Priestess. That's two.
Ghiralee is an edge case. She's clothed and seems purposeful; that being said, she's a large breasted woman in tight-fitting clothing standing with her shoulders thrown back. You could argue about whether or not she owns her sexuality or intends to project, but she's posed sexily in a way that's designed to entice men.
Lamia. Sorry, nope. Lamia has armor on but it's a second skin made of metal designed to display her breasts. (I don't beat the drum for practical armor in fantasy, but metal breastplates with cups are basically self-murdering-machines; they'd direct any incoming force straight to the sternum and break the breastbone. As an ornamental choice, maybe. But there are no points for coverage or practicality here.) Also, she has her (many) arms spread in a way that frames her breasts, which emphasizes them further.
Scarlett--You mean the woman whose metal breastplate has a princess neckline? And whose voluminous cloak is thrown back from her shoulders while she leans forward so that the dim light of the forest can fall straight and almost exclusively onto her breasts? Scarlett is lovely but no. She's designed and posed for the male gaze.
Valkyrie--Ooh, I'm seeing a theme here. Tight fitting metal breastplate. I'd call her an edge case, too, though. She's mostly covered, her body type exists in the real world. That's good. But she's a young woman with large breasts in skin-tight armor standing with her shoulders thrown back.
What's the last one? Tyri? Eh, kind of. Not a terrible example! But she's a young and beautiful manic pixy dream girl. Definitely designed to be appealing to men, but in a less aggressively sexual way. Also, she has more characterization in the game than the average troop & it really reinforces the worst aspects of the manic pixy dream girl type. She's bubbly, overconfident, and constantly getting into trouble from which men need to save her.
I just want to repeat that all the above troops are fine. I like them. It's okay for female troops to be sexy and it's okay for fantasy armor to have impractical aspects. But no extra credit, sorry.