netbsdnoob also is there a way to set it for all terminals?
I provided you an example here. Basically, you have to load the font you want to use, which means uncommenting a
font entry in /etc/wscons.conf (Terminus, ibm, spleen), after which you use the
setvar function to set that font for ttyE[0-3]. Again, you could answer most of your questions by reading the relevant man page, in this case wscons.conf(5).
Default console font, font size and background/foreground colors can also be set in the kernel config. This however requires recompiling the kernel. See this post.