Characters from ''Lunar: Eternal Blue''/''Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete'' - the second installment in Game Arts' {{RPG}} series, ''Franchise/{{Lunar}}''. '''All spoilers are unmarked'''.


[[folder:Main characters]]
!! Hiro
!!! '''Voiced by:''' Creator/HikaruMidorikawa (JP), Mark Zempel (EN, ''Eternal Blue''), Chad Letts (ENG, ''Eternal Blue Complete'')
-> An adventurous youth and the main protagonist of ''Lunar 2: Eternal Blue''. He lives at a research outpost in the Salyan Desert with his grandfather Gwyn and his best friend Ruby. Hiro aspires to be an archaeologist and is fascinated by stories of the valor of Dragonmaster Alex and other heroes of old.

* AccidentalPervert: He doesn't ever encounter Lucia naked on purpose, but it ''just keeps happening.''
* {{Adorkable}}: To a great degree, especially when he blushes - which he does quite often when Lucia's involved, as he gets easily flustered. Also tells Ruby he wants to get on the helm of the Destiny and pretend he's in charge of it, and asks her to look out for Leo so she won't make fun of him. He's lying through his teeth and just wants to ensure he can speak with Lucia alone, though Ruby points out that he ''does'' like to pretend he's Dragonmaster Alex sometimes.
* AdventurerArchaeologist: His introduction occurs as he explores an ancient ruin full of traps.
* BlowYouAway: Specializes in wind magic.
* {{Determinator}}: Almost to a fault. He steadfastly refuses to give up on a mission, especially if it involves Lucia. To the point where, in the Epilogue, he and his friends find a way for him to travel to the Blue Star to be by her side.
* TheDulcineaEffect: So much so that Website/TheGrandListOfConsoleRolePlayingGameCliches calls this trope "The Hiro Rule".
* FacialMarkings: Tattoo-like bars that are apparently just for visual appeal, since none of the characters ever mention them.
* FuroScene: He gets one. Of course, FanService being FanService, Lucia walks in on him.
* HappilyAdopted: Gwyn isn't his real grandfather, but the two clearly love and respect each other a great deal.
* TheHero: Obviously.
* HeroicBSOD: Towards the end of the main game, after Zophar has captured Lucia and the world has been drained of its magic. It takes a beatdown from StealthMentor ''Ghaleon'' to renew his determination and faith.
* ImageSong: [[ Adventure Road - A New Journey]]
* JumpedAtTheCall
* TheLeader: The others tend to follow his lead because they respect him, thus making him a Type IV.
* MrFanservice: Nowhere near as much as the women, but he does get that rather nice FuroScene mentioned above - even if it mostly involves him gawking at Lucia walking in on him and Ruby.
* NiceGuy: Granted, you ''can'' have him refuse in a rather dickheaded way in a few situations - but those are all ButThouMust scenarios. Overall, he's very down-to-earth, friendly, and always eager to help people in need.
* PrecisionGuidedBoomerang

!! Lucia
!!! '''Voiced by:''' Creator/ChisaYokoyama (JP), Kelly Weaver (EN)
-> Lucia is known as the Princess of the Blue Star. Her sole purpose was to revive the Blue Star after Zophar's assault. However, when Zophar is on the verge of resurrection, she is reawakened to stop his return. Her goal is to meet with the Goddess Althena to combat Zophar's threat. Strangely, she claims she cannot sense Althena's presence in the world, and Althena's guard has been dispatched to kill her, being told that she is the Destroyer who will bring ruin to Lunar...

* AdaptationDyeJob: blue eyes in the Sega CD version, GreenEyes in the remake.
* AllEncompassingMantle: Her first outfit includes a red cloak that sometimes appears seamless.
* ButNowIMustGo: [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming But no one ever said anything about people not being able to follow.]]
* ComicallyMissingThePoint: ''Very'' often, when she first arrives on Lunar. When Ruby warns her not to get too close to Hiro, or she'd be setting herself up for a fall, Lucia takes this to mean Hiro trips people who walk near him, and reassures Ruby that she will be sure to walk several paces behind Hiro in the future.
* CrutchCharacter: When she is first introduced she is much more powerful than the other characters, but it doesn't last long. Shortly after she joins up, Zophar takes away most of her power.
** From this point on she's a lot less useful because she's basically a magic using party member whose actions you can't control. The only upside is that she can be ko-ed and still level up because her current level is always based on Hiro's, though she still takes experience from everyone else when she's up.
* DeepSleep: Lucia hibernates in a crystal on the Blue Star, using her power to restore the planet's lifeless environment to its former glory and presumably keeping her ageless. [[spoiler:She's later joined by Hiro. Together they eventually see the Ice Age on the Blue Star melt away to reveal budding plant life]].
* ElementNumberSix: She specializes in (fantastically destructive, when she's at her peak) non-elemental magic.
* EmotionlessGirl
* ExposedToTheElements: In the game's introduction, this is used purposely to establish her character, by showing that she's not bothered (well, much) by standing naked in a blizzard.
* FriendlessBackground: One of the main reasons Hiro becomes completely dedicated to helping her, [[TheDulcineaEffect despite having just met her]], is because she doesn't know ''anyone'' on Lunar. He doesn't think it's right for someone to have to shoulder all their problems alone.
* HeroicBSOD: When she sees the hologram left behind by Luna explaining how she willingly gave up her godhood, and how Lucia must learn to rely upon humanity to defend itself from Zophar.
* HotGod
* {{Imprinting}}: [[WordOfGod Post development interviews]] with the creators state that she began undergoing this when she first encountered Hiro in the crystal teleportation room. It explains her growing reluctant loyalty to him in the early stages of the story, and combined with TheDulcineaEffect that Hiro experiences, gives greater context to their initial UnresolvedSexualTension.
* InnocentFanserviceGirl: In the remake, her not getting human behavior has the CrowningMomentOfFunny of her attempting join Hiro in public hotspring. HilarityEnsues with that and Ruby's reaction.
* LiteralMinded: Starts off this way to a hilarious degree - she's never really interacted with humans before, and thus is unfamiliar with social cues, figurative speech, and nuance. She does gain a better understanding during her journey, however
* {{Leitmotif}}: [[ Lucia's Theme]] (or, if you prefer, [[ here's the version with Japanese vocals]]). Like Luna's Theme, this can heard throughout the game, both as BGM and sung by Lucia herself.
* MakeoverMontage: The party realizes that if you're on the run from the law, it might not be such a great idea to wear ''a bright red robe''. They put her through one of these before deciding on her new clothes.
* MsFanservice: Crosses over with InnocentFanserviceGirl, with her penchant for being mostly unfazed by nudity until later on. She appears naked at least four times (though never in any great detail), and her makeover outfit really shows off her legs.
* MysteriousWaif
* NoSocialSkills: She tends to speak in a blunt manner and is ignorant of social niceties, especially early on.
* OneHitPointWonder: She is this for a while after she gets depowered by Zophar.
* PhysicalGod: Of... some flavor. [[EpilepticTrees Exactly what she is remains up for debate.]]
** The prologue of the manga adaption authored by [[WordOfGod Shigema Kei]] and drawn by Naruse Kaori begins with an explanation that Lucia is the goddess of the dormant Blue Star, just how Althena is the goddess of Lunar. She was forgotten about after thousands of years. The epilogue outlines the Blue Star is supposed to be a future home for humanity once the planet recovers. In a sense Lunar was an "ark" to keep humanity safe until their home world was repaired.
* ShesGotLegs: And her second outfit - which includes short-shorts - drives it home, as do her bromides.
* WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove: The essence of her CharacterDevelopment.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair

!! Ruby
!!! '''Voiced by:''' Creator/KumikoNishihara (JP), Jennifer Stigile (EN)
-> A baby red dragon that hangs around Hiro.

* BerserkButton: Calling her a cat.
* BlushSticker: Present when her cuteness needs some extra emphasis.
* BreathWeapon: [[PlayingWithFire She breathes fire.]]
* ClingyJealousGirl: Towards Hiro, not made any better by the fact he clearly prefers Lucia.
* CuteLittleFangs: No cat is complete without them.
* IAmNotWeasel: Her most definitely cat-like appearance leads to a lot of this trope.
* IKnewIt: An obvious one for those that played ''Silver Star'' first - Ruby really means it when she says she is a baby dragon.
* ImageSong: [[ Love Love Funny]].
* OurDragonsAreDifferent: They start out as fuzzy little winged kitties, which can turn into big, (usually) furry winged beasts once they gain access to their full powers.
* SnarkyNonHumanSidekick
* TeamPet
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: The biggest differences between Ruby and Nall? Ruby is pink, has longer eyelashes and has a huge bow on her head.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Like Nall before her, she loves fish.
* WeAreAsMayflies: She fears claiming her full power because it means acknowledging that as an adult dragon, she will outlive her friends by centuries.

!! Ronfar
!!! '''Voiced by:''' Creator/RyotaroOkiayu (JP), Ned Schuft (EN)
-> A gambler who seems to be unnaturally lucky at the game of dice. He's lazy, lecherous and a little too fond of the bottle, but he's also a talented healer and usually the one who tells the group where to go. Ronfar used to be a priest for Althena and a childhood friend of White Knight Leo, but a traumatic experience with a loved one caused him to walk away from that life.

* BadassPreacher: A former priest of Althena, a pretty well unflappable cool customer, and good guy to have on your side in a fight.
* CombatMedic: He can dish out some decent damage, especially in the Sega CD version where most of his weapons are maces.
* TheGambler: His luck with dice is so overwhelming that the game uses it to drive ButThouMust scenarios. He only loses when he wants to.
* HandsomeLech: A number of [=NPCs=] comment favorably on his looks, at any rate.
* InterspeciesRomance: With Mauri the beastwoman.
* {{Leitmotif}}: [[ Wine, Women and Song]]
* LoveableRogue: He lies, drinks, and at least ''talks'' about womanizing, but before long proves himself to be loyal, wise, and willing to put himself on the line for people in need.
* ObfuscatingStupidity: He attempts to pass himself off as a run-of-the-mill barfly when Hiro first comes looking for him.
* OralFixation: Perpetually has a twig dangling from the corner of his mouth.

!! Jean
!!! '''Voiced by:''' Creator/AyaHisakawa (JP), Jennifer Stigile (EN)
-> A dancer from a gypsy caravan that joins Hiro's party. Although she originally gets the group's attention with her amazing dance moves and friendly attitude, it is revealed that she is also a skilled martial fighter when she saves Lucia.

* ActionGirl
* AdaptationDyeJob: GreenEyes in the Sega CD version, brown eyes in the remake.
* AmbiguouslyBrown
* BareYourMidriff: Her dancing dress.
* BeautyMark: Near the corner of her mouth.
* [[TheBigGuy The Big Girl]]: Jean is one of the game's leading damage-dealers, though she doesn't fit any of the personality profiles for the trope very well.
* CombatStilettos: To go with her dancing dress.
* DanceBattler
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Although she is a genuinely kind woman with a positive attitude, it still haunts her.
* HairDecorations: Sports a distinctive [[FashionableAsymmetry side-ponytail]], tied with either a [[FlowerInHerHair flower accessory]] or a plain ribbon, depending on her outfit.
* IfYouKillHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim: The main reason she refuses to kill her old master, Lunn. Proving his philosophies on power and killing wrong were more important to her than getting revenge for all he had put her through.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: She throws her dancer fans at enemies. She ditches it upon returning to her Blue Dragon Karate.
* KamehameHadouken: The "Haduken", renamed the Blue Dragon Palm in the remake, is one of her regular attacks. She also has a {{Shoryuken}} called Blue Dragon Fist.
* KiAttacks: She gains access to kung-fu-style energy attacks after confronting her past.
* {{Leitmotif}}: [[ Gypsy Heart]]. You might notice that it seems to change into a different song midway. This is because in the Sega CD version, it ''was'' two separate themes, one for her initial introduction, and one for her costume change.
** In the Complete remake, she actually gains a ''third'' theme, Oasis Rose, which plays for her introduction and when viewing her bromides. Unfortunately, it's not used as proper BGM, so it doesn't appear on the soundtrack.
* MagicDance
* MartialArtsHeadband: In her martial arts outfit.
* MartialPacifist and TechnicalPacifist: At first, [[ActualPacifist she refuses to even fight at all]], even when her caravan is in danger. This changes after some words of encouragement from Hiro successfully inspire her to use her strength to save her friends. But she is sworn against killing anyone, even her loathed EvilMentor who trained her to kill people in the first place.
* PowerFist: Her second weapon-of-choice.
* [[ShesGotLegs She's Got Legs]]: Her dancer outfit is a leg-showcasing combination of ShowgirlSkirt and DangerouslyShortSkirt which [[MagicSkirt always manages to protect her modesty nonetheless.]]
* StandardStatusEffects: Her dance-based special moves inflict poison, paralysis, etc.
* TookALevelInBadass: From a dancer to a martial arts fighter, though in practice it's more like "Regained a Level in Badass".
* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Green Hair]]

!! Lemina Ausa
!!! '''Voiced by:''' Music/MegumiHayashibara (JP), Kathy Emme (EN)
-> The Junior Premier of the Magic Guild, a training school for magic users within Vane, the city that once floated in the sky, but was struck down long ago. She takes a lot of pride in Vane's glorious past, and aspires to restore the city to what it once was.

* AnIcePerson and PlayingWithFire: It must run in the family or something.
* BlackMagicianGirl: In her own words, the Junior Premier of the Magic Guild of Vane.
* HairDecorations: Her hair ribbon.
* FortuneTeller: When she first appears, she poses as one to trick people to taking a Magic Guild recruitment test.
* FuroScene: [[ One of her bromides.]]
* GenkiGirl
* HiddenDepths: True, she spends most of the game being the comically money-obsessed butt of jokes, but in the original game she does get a lovely moment after Zulan is saved from Missing Link, wistfully appreciating the happiness of two children in the village as the best reward. (A line inexplicably removed from the remake.)
* ImageSong: [[ Money Is The Best]]
* InTheHood: Worn in her introduction. Lampshaded by the other characters, who point out how weird this looked.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: She drives everyone crazy with her constant attempts to talk people out of their money, but she's doing it because she loves her mom and her hometown. In Vane, people seem to like her quite well.
* {{Leitmotif}}: [[ Holding On]]
* MiserAdvisor: Lemina is always running an angle which usually looks like self-interest. She joins the quest to talk the other characters into joining the Magic Guild, thereby building the prestige of her hometown. She's been known to haggle with [=NPC=]s who offer to buy '''Ruby'''.
* MoneyFetish: Another one of her bromides, showing her counting and polishing her coins in bed.
** It should be noted that in her bath bromide, she has ''piggy banks'' floating around in the tub with her.
** At Taben's Peak, while the other party members are bonding with the kids, Lemina's inviting them to play "Pin the Cash on Lemina," advising them to break open their piggy banks - and promptly becoming disappointed when she realizes the kids are totally broke.
* TheSmartGuy
* SmartPeopleWearGlasses: Worn in the credits when she's studying the texts of Vane.
* SquishyWizard: She can use a variety of spells but can't take much damage.
* StrongFamilyResemblance: She looks exactly like her ancestor, Mia Ausa, except with a change of colors and [[GiantWaistRibbon a big red bow tied around her waist]].
* VerbalTic: She's mega-fond of throwing "mega-" before words.
* WingDingEyes: Sometimes seen with dollar signs for eyes.

[[folder:The Four Heroes]]
-> Not quite the same as in the first game...

!! Leo
!!! '''Voiced by:''' ShinichiroOta (JP), Ty Webb (EN)
-> The White Knight of Althena and one of the Four Heroes. He is the leader of Althena's Guard, a group charged with bringing the message of the Goddess Althena to Lunar and stopping all wrong-doing in the name of the Goddess. He has been ordered to execute Lucia, and thus spends most of the game pursuing Hiro and company with the Dragonship Destiny.

* TheAtoner: In later parts of the game he often talks about trying to make up for the damage he did early on.
* BadassCape: No matter what outfit he's in, it will have one of these.
* ButHeSoundsHandsome: Does this when the others let on that they know he's Mystere.
* TheCape: He thinks he's this: a powerful paragon of law and justice. Parodied as '''Mystere'''!
* TheCaptain: Of the Dragonship Destiny.
* CoolMask: As '''Mystere'''!
* CuteLittleFangs / FangsAreEvil: Drawn more like the first type, but could arguably qualify for both.
* DemiHuman: Beastman.
* FacialMarkings
* GoodCostumeSwitch: In the remake, he gets one for the epilogue. The most notable difference? [[GoodColorsEvilColors He ditches the red cape for a blue one.]]
* GuestStarPartyMember: For Azado and the Pentagulia. He permanently joins just before the final fight with Ghaleon.
* HeelFaceTurn
* HeelRealization: When he decides to break the heroes out of confinement in the holy city Pentagulia, he discovers that all the movers and shakers in Althena's Chosen are corrupt...except for him. And following their orders made him complicit in their evil. Queue a HeroicBSOD in which he rushes away to be alone (and [[ArbitraryHeadcountLimit conveniently makes room for the imminent return of Lucia]].)
* InspectorJavert: He spends about half the game chasing the heroes around, firmly convinced that they are a threat to the world.
* KnightInShiningArmor: This is what he ''thinks'' he is.
* KnightTemplar: But he gets better.
* LargeHam: As '''Mystere'''!
* {{Leitmotif}}: [[ Justice]]. Which has a fantastic arrangement called [[ White Mask Funk]] which plays when he's working with the party as '''Mystere'''!
** And if that wasn't awesome enough, '''Mystere''' even gets ''[[ his own theme!]]''
* PaperThinDisguise: Subverted as '''Mystere''' as everyone sees through it, but keeps up the act anyways.
* TheSixthRanger
* ToBeLawfulOrGood: It takes him a while to realize they're not always the same thing.
* WellIntentionedExtremist

!! Lunn
!!! '''Voiced by:''' Koji Yada (JP, ''Eternal Blue''), Creator/MasaharuSato (JP, ''Eternal Blue Complete''), Blake Dorsey (EN)
-> The Blue Master of Althena and one of the Four Heroes. He's considered the authority on martial arts and governs Meribia from the dojo he has constructed there.

* ArrogantKungfuGuy
* TheAtoner: After Jean defeats him and makes him see the error of his ways.
* BadassMustache
* BlackCloak: In his cult leader outfit.
* BloodKnight
* DeceptiveDisciple: To Wong-Li, the master who taught him the Blue Dragon Fist.
* EasilyForgiven: Granted, Jean ''does'' whoop his ass at the tournament, thus shaming him into giving up the Shadow Dragon Fist. And, technically, she does say she'll never forgive him, but now she can start to forget. Still, considering the man ran a ''cult'' that kidnapped children so they could be brutally and routinely beaten to near-death and raised as bloodthirsty assassins... he seems to get off fairly lightly for his crimes.
* EvilMentor: To Jean, who he taught the Shadow Dragon Fist.
* EyesAlwaysShut
* MartialArtsHeadband
* MaskPower: In his cult leader outfit.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: What he ''looks'' like at first.

!! Borgan
!!! '''Voiced by:''' Creator/DaisukeGori (JP), Dean Williams (EN)
-> The Black Wizard of Althena and one of the Four Heroes. He plans to recreate the lost glory of Vane in a new city he has designed, Neo-Vane. He is in love with Lemina's mother, Miria Ausa.

* BaldOfEvil
* EvilSoundsDeep: He does have possibly the deepest voice of the Four Heroes.
* FanDisservice: His bromide. [[ View at your own risk.]]
* FatBastard
* {{Gonk}}
* ImageSong: He sings his own version of Lemina's image song, [[ Money Is The Best]].
* KickTheDog: His kidnapping of Lemina's mother and Neo-Vane's policy towards ungifted people definitely count.
** If you ask around Neo-Vane you'll find he actually took people in against their will.
* PetTheDog: He does genuinely love Lemina's mother.
* TermsOfEndangerment: Addresses Lemina with an assortment of food-themed pet names.
* VillainousGlutton

!! Mauri
!!! '''Voiced by:''' Creator/KumikoWatanabe (JP), Emmunah Hauser (ENG)
-> The Red Priestess of Althena and one of the Four Heroes. She is White Knight Leo's younger sister and Ronfar's former lover. Formerly, she was known for being kind and sensitive, but she has grown wrathful ever since she became the Red Priestess.

* AxCrazy: Due to Zophar's influence she is downright homicidal. She'll burn down entire towns for little reason, or no reason, depending on the version.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: When Ronfar could not save Mauri from a deadly disease, Ronfar unknowingly gave the blood of Zophar to Mauri, which did save her but resulted in her current state.
* CuteLittleFangs / FangsAreEvil: Definitely drawn as the first type, but they probably qualify for the second as well.
* TheDarkChick
* DemiHuman: Beastwoman.
* JourneyToTheCenterOfTheMind: Ronfar has to do this to save her from Zophar's influence.
* KnightTemplar: Far more sinister than Leo.
* PowerOfLove: What Ronfar evokes to save her from Zophar's influence for good.

!! Gwyn
-> Hiro's grandfather, an archaeologist working in the desert.

* AdventurerArchaeologist: Much more of an archaeologist and less of an adventurer than his grandson. But he tags along for an early dungeon, so that's saying something.
* BadassGrandpa
* DemiHuman: He's a Beastman. Oddly enough, no one seems to comment on this, and the game never explains why his grandson, Hiro, is apparently a normal human.
* EccentricMentor
* GuestStarPartyMember: For the first trip to the Blue Spire.
* ParentalSubstitute: On one hand, WordOfGod explains that Gwyn isn't actually related to Hiro.

!! Nall
!!! Voiced by: Creator/RicaMatsumoto (JP), Jonathon Esses (EN)
-> The [[strike:TeamPet]] NonHumanSidekick of ''Lunar 1'', back in a new role. He's older, wiser, and at least as snarky as before.

* HumanityEnsues
* {{Leitmotif}}: [[ Nall's Theme]].
** [[ Taben's Peak]] could be considered a secondary theme of his.
* MulticoloredHair: In his human form; A gold streak in the middle of white that mirrors his kitty form.
* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: He's lived centuries at this point, but in his human form he looks like a teen.
* WeAreAsMayflies: He has survived his friends from the original cast, and shows clear signs of missing them.

!! Giban
-> Head of the gypsy carnival that took in Jean. He acts as a father figure to her, and is more than willing to lend a hand to Hiro's party when they need it.
* {{Expy}}: Of Laike! The scruffy beard, the aloof fatherliness, the way he throws back his head when he laughs... In fact, he actually was Laike in early drafts of the story.

!! Miria Ausa
-> Mother of Lemina and the leader of the once-great Magic Guild of Vane.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: A genuine ReasonableAuthorityFigure, but she's a little quirky...
* DotingParent: She adores Lemina.
* EyesAlwaysShut
* {{Expy}}: Of Lemia, the original aging-but-still-pretty Guild mom.
* [[NiceGuy Nice Gal]]: She has nothing but kind things to say about everyone, including her own kidnapper.

!! The Fake Goddess Althena
!!! '''Voiced by:''' Creator/ShihoNiiyama (JP), Katie Staeck (EN)
-> The entire first half of the game is, essentially, Lucia's pilgrimage to meet with this deity and ask for her help.

* BeautyIsBad / VainSorceress: The whole reason she became a servant of Zophar, posed as the goddess Althena for him and became the figurehead of a fake church bent on ''destroying the world?'' Eternal youth and infinite beauty.
* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: Everyone calls her Althena. Her real identity is never mentioned.
* GenreBlindness: She's pretty much in a DealWithTheDevil and expects to not get burned from.
* {{Leitmotif}}: [[ Goddess of Lies]]
* RapunzelHair

!! Dragonmaster Ghaleon
!!! '''Voiced by:''' Creator/RokuroNaya (JP), John Truitt (EN)
->A ghost from the past and one of ''Lunar 2''[='=]s most pleasant surprises.

* BackFromTheDead: Very definitely killed at the end of the first game and very definitely resurrected by Zophar this time around.
* TheChessmaster: Mere [[LargeHam ham-tastic]] [[CardCarryingVillain card-carrying villainy]] is not enough for ol' Ghaleon. He takes it to the next level by [[LampshadeHanging hanging many a lampshade]] and anticipating how other characters will behave. The fact that he's seen it from [[FaceHeelTurn both]] [[HeelFaceTurn sides]] [[OlderAndWiser probably helps]].
-->"If there is a god of destiny, he is fond of plot twists...and so am I."
* DemotedToDragon: After masterminding his own scheme in the prior game, now he must follow Zophar's orders and even make a show of obeying the fake Althena. He doesn't often show it, but he chafes under the restrictions.
* GoodAllAlong: He's had a thousand years since the previous game to reconsider his actions. He keeps the villainous facade going for the majority of the game until the climax... where he then promptly reveals his true allegiance and asks Hiro to [[TakeUpMySword take up his sword]].
* LargeHam: As ever! He really loves to emphasize some of his lines.
* {{Leitmotif}}: [[ Ghaleon's Theme]].
* MagicKnight: Notably brandishes a sword in this game.
* SpikesOfVillainy
* StealthMentor: His boss battle helps Hiro and his friends unlock their full powers.
* TakeUpMySword: At the conclusion of his boss fight, he bequeaths his sword to Hiro, urging the young warrior to use it in the final battle against Zophar. Ghaleon soon perishes afterwards, finally at peace.
* TwoFaced: A good portion of the left side of his face is covered in crystalline-like wounds.

!! Zophar
!!! '''Voiced by:''' Creator/IemasaKayumi (JP), T. Owen Smith (EN)
-> The dark god whose battle with Althena laid waste to the Blue Star. Now he's making a comeback, with his sights set upon the Silver Star.

* BatmanGambit: In his first scene, Zophar ''invites'' Lucia to search for Althena. Later, Zophar instructs his servants to let Lucia proceed with her quest. He is betting that over time, Lucia will become too attached to her human friends to [[StrikeMeDown vaporize him when he goaded her to do it]], since she would destroy the world in doing so.
* BigBad
* CardCarryingVillain: He is a dark god, after all.
* DeadpanSnarker: Not quite to Ghaleon's level, but still there.
* EldritchAbomination: His initial form.
** HumanoidAbomination: As seen.
* EvilIsHammy: Even surpasses Ghaleon in this area.
* EvilLaugh: Does this whenever he attacks.
* EvilPlan: Steal Althena's power and TakeOverTheWorld. Though destroying it isn't bad either.
* EvilSoundsDeep: The deepest baritone of the U.S. cast, thanks to studio magic.
* FinalBoss
* GodOfEvil: He is a sower of discord who's powers drove humankind to destroy the Blue Star.
* JackassGenie: In return for her servitude, Zophar promises to grant the fake Althena eternal beauty and youth. Instead, he turns her into a blue-skinned monster woman with a scorpion's body. In retrospect, maybe it was a bad idea to ask an EldritchAbomination for something as subjective as ''beauty''.
* LaughablyEvil: In outtakes.
--> '''Zophar''': [[IAmXSonOfY I am Zophar, master of]] [[CurseCutShort s- *foghorn*]]
* LargeHam
* {{Leitmotif}}: [[ Zophar's Theme]]
* OmnicidalManiac: Wants to destroy everything and created it as he sees fit.
* SculptedPhysique
* SissyVillain: If you can get past how disturbingly inhuman he looks in a human form, you might notice he also looks very androgynous. His main two hands during the second and third stages of his boss fight are particularly feminine and delicately manicured.