The cast of ''VideoGame/SoulNomadAndTheWorldEaters''. As the game contains major twists regarding identities, motivations and allegiances, beware spoilers, some of which will not be hidden.

'''NOTE''': Due to wiki policy, trope names cannot be spoiler-tagged (See Administrivia/HandlingSpoilers), meaning that this page will contain ''some'' unmarked spoilers, but most will avoided (Outside of the "Spoiler Characters" folder, of course, which is Administrivia/SpoilersOff)


!!Party Members

[[caption-width-right:250:Revya (male)]]

The HeroicMime of our story. [[PurelyAestheticGender Gender]] and [[HelloInsertNameHere name are determined by you]]. [[note]]Though they appear in ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea 3|AbsenceOfJustice}}'' as a woman.[[/note]] As far as personality goes, Revya is apparently a fairly nice person and not as quiet as you'd expect for a silent protagonist. Also, increasingly sarcastic. However, Revya is almost as mysterious of an entity as Gig, the Master of Death that almost destroyed the world.

For Revya in the alternate storyline, please see the Spoiler Characters folder.

[[caption-width-right:250:Revya (female)]]
* AncestralWeapon: The Onyx Blade. [[spoiler:It belongs to the Median bloodline and Revya is able to wield it because their soul is that of Median's dead son.]]
* BecomingTheMask: Becomes noticeably darker and more mean-spirited towards the end of the game. The characters notice and remark on it, indicating that some of Gig's personality is likely leaking into Revya (and, by association, vice versa).
* {{BFS}}: Due to the sprite sizes, the Onyx Blade is almost as long as Revya is tall
%%* BlackSwordsAreBetter
* CanonName: Revya, of course.
* ChainmailBikini: Female Revya. Who, for some reason, is wearing nothing but a bra to cover her torso in her official art.
* CharacterDevelopment: As the story goes on, [[DeadpanSnarker Gig's]] personality rubs off on Revya, and thus gets a few lines like this.
--> '''Revya''': ''(in response to Levin sniffing out an enemy)'' Woof, woof, doggy.
--> '''Revya''': ''(when Danette suggests hotpods will fall from the sky)'' That's a pretty stupid thing to say.
* CastingAShadow: Two of their techs are called Demon Blast and Demon Force, and both are about as dark-looking as their name implies.
%%* ConvenientlyAnOrphan
* CoolSword: The Onyx Blade.
* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: Red hair and red eyes.
* CuttingOffTheBranches: While Revya can be male or female depending on the player's choice, Revya appears as a girl in Disgaea 3.
* DarkIsNotEvil: Revya's still a good person (outside the Demon Path, anyway) despite using Gig's dark power for special.
* DeadpanSnarker: Becomes much more noticeable as the story progresses, but does show shades of this even early on.
* DemonicPossession: Sort of. While Gig does inhabit their body, he doesn't have any control due to Revya's strong will and a seal placed by Layna.
* EleventhHourSuperpower: [[spoiler: After eating the soul of Gestahl,]] Revya gains the Demon Force ground tech during the last battle of the normal campaign. It can be used on repeat plays during the whole game, however.
* EvenTheGirlsWantHer: Danette displays feelings for Revya regardless if Revya is a guy or girl in her ending. Although she acts more flustered in the male version and treats her like a BFF threatening to 'tickle' her in the female one.
* FriendlyRival: Towards Danette.
* GenderBender: Female Revya. [[spoiler:Lord Median's son in her past life reincarnated as a woman.]] Of course, it's averted if you chose male.
%%* TheHero
* HeroesPreferSwords: The choice in weaponry was already decided for them, though.
* HiddenElfVillage: Grew up in one for ten years.
* IAmWho: [[spoiler:Revya is [[TheReveal revealed]] to be a World Eater and reincarnation of Median's child by the real Layna in the world of Drazil.]]
* InterspeciesRomance: Depends on the ending, played straight in the [[spoiler:Danette]] and [[spoiler:Juno]] male endings and the [[spoiler:Levin]] and [[spoiler:Gig]] female endings, [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer implied]] in the [[spoiler:Danette]] female ending.
%%* KidWithTheLeash
* KryptoniteFactor: Revya's most notable bad match ups is the [[DanceBattler Gypsies]] and the [[GameBreaker Gideons]].
* JackOfAllStats: Bordering on LightningBruiser; Revya is one of the most balanced and easy to use of the characters in the game, they have very few poor match ups, and their ground Techs are all around useful.
* HeroicMime: While they do have dialog options, Revya does not have any voiced dialog.
** Lampshaded in Disgaea 3 where Mao gives her a voice for use in battle and wonders why anyone would make a game where the main character doesn't talk.
* MayDecemberRomance: With Juno in the Male Revya's ending.
* MadeOfIron: Possibly. Gig remarks after [[spoiler:Endorph destroys Raksha with Psycho Burgundy]] that despite being the closest to the explosion, s/he was unscathed by the blast.
* OnlySaneMan: Most of the time. However, being with [[TheDitz Danette]] and [[OmnicidalManiac Gig]] for so long has some effects.
* PowerAtAPrice: Could easily destroy the World Eaters on a caprice should they choose to use Gig's powers. However, the more power Revya taps, the more likely it is that Gig will devour their soul. [[spoiler:It goes both ways. If Gig willingly gives his power to Revya, then Gig's soul is more likely to vanish.]]
* PurelyAestheticGender: The choice of gender only affects the multiple endings in the slightest of ways.
* TheQuietOne: All of Revya's responses are short and to the point.
* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: Demon Blast. Let's just say it involves LOTS of BeamSpam and BladeSpam.
* UnwittingPawn: [[spoiler:They end up being Virtuous and Haephnes' unknowing pawn in restoring the cycle of souls.]]
* VictoriousChildhoodFriend: [[spoiler:If you decided Revya is male, he ends up married to Danette in her ending.]]
%%* WeCannotGoOnWithoutYou
* WeaksauceWeakness: Revya has a favorable matchup against almost every unit type except Gideons (who are the most powerful units in the game, but won't appear in normal gameplay) and... Gypsies, who can utterly destroy them in a fight if you're not careful.

!!!Voiced by: Creator/AkiraSasanuma (JP), Creator/YuriLowenthal (EN)

Gig is a legendary monster, an invading Master of Death who laid waste to the world before being sealed by the daughter of the legendary Median the Conqueror, a young woman named Layna. Though she apparently fell during the battle, she is still alive as the leader of the village Revya hails from.

Though loud, vicious and constantly urging Revya towards murder and mayhem, much to his dismay he can't force Revya to do anything. Furthermore, as they get closer, odd memories show up of an identical looking man with a completely opposite personality that Gig does not recognize.

* AlmightyJanitor: Gig is a Master of Death, technically a subordinate to the World Rulers and equal to a Master of Life. He is more powerful than either, [[spoiler:killing both Drazil, Gamma ''and'' Joules combined in a SingleStrokeBattle in the normal ending. In the Demon Path, Revya uses Gig's full power to kill Drazil and Haephnes, and neither of them are able to stop them.]]
* BadBoss: Thuris and Raksha both mention that when they were rampaging through Haephness that Gig was very abusive towards them, hence part of why they want him dead.
* BigEater: The Vitali ending says that he stayed a restaurant that served hotpods for three days and ate its entire stock.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy [[spoiler: Thanks to Drazil.]]
* BreakoutCharacter: Easily the most popular character in the game, leading to becoming a regular for the DLC in Disgaea.
* CameBackWrong: [[spoiler: Intentionally done by Drazil. His memories as Vigilance were erased and he went from a kind person to total psychopath.]]
** Later veers in BecomingTheMask territory. [[spoiler:After getting all his memories back, he admits that his life as Vigilance, in comparison to his current one as Gig, wasn't all cracked up as it looked. The unhealthy dose of LawfulStupid that he had is one of the main reasons to why.]]
* ChewingTheScenery: Gig does this a lot in the flashbacks.
* ClusterFBomb: Gig does not have the cleanest mouth around.
* ComedicSociopath: For the most part. There are some points it's ''not'' played humorously.
* ConsummateLiar: Although he does drop hints when he's lying, no one picks up on it. It helps that the target of most of his lies is [[TheDitz Danette]].
** BlatantLies: It's always obvious when he's lying or hiding something.
%%* DeadpanSnarker
* DealWithTheDevil: Tries this with Revya.
* DeathEqualsRedemption: [[spoiler:And also earns him a reincarnation.]]
* DontFearTheReaper: [[spoiler:As Vigilance]].
* TheDragon: [[spoiler:To Revya in the demon path. He steps in to take over when you're indisposed and is generally your right-hand-man.]]
** DevourTheDragon: [[spoiler: Revya devours him in the evil ending]] of the demon path.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Happens a few times.
** For some reason, Thuris really bothers him. Sure, he doesn't respect him since he's incredibly weak for a World Eater, but even apart from that the way he forms cults and uses Scarlet Iago seems to upset Gig.
** He's completely disgusted with Drazil's world, describing it as a graveyard where the corpses happen to be animate.
** Even he shows disturbance towards you in the Demon Path.
* EvilCannotComprehendGood: Thuris laughs at him right before the first boss fight with him, saying that while Gig knows taking a hostage works he doesn't know ''why'' and is thus completely confused by Revya being unwilling to attack. [[spoiler:It's not really his fault, though, given how much Drazil messed with him.]]
* EvilIsHammy: [[spoiler: Vigilance was pretty restrained, but Gig is the single hammiest character in the game.]]
* EvilPlan: He plots to seize Revya's body, and doesn't hide it for a second. [[spoiler:He finally gets his chance during the final showdown with Drazil, but thanks to his CharacterDevelopment, does so only to ''destroy'' Drazil, knowingly killing himself in the process and saving Revya's life.]]
* FallenHero: Was tossed down rather than fell.
* {{Flanderization}}: When he appears as DLC in ''Disgaea4'', [[spoiler: he's basically a cross between his good and evil personalities, with him being AxCrazy, but getting talked out of destroying the Netherworld by [[CuteMonsterGirl Desco]].]]
* TheGrimReaper: Gig is a 'master of death', a being who should ''technically'' do the standard duties of the grim reaper.
* HeelFaceTurn: The exploration of this is the gist of Gig's CharacterDevelopment, [[spoiler:and played straight in the end.]]
%%* HeroicComedicSociopath
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: In the Normal Path ending. Revya gives him control allowing him to kill Drazil. He surrenders control back which leaves him with no body to inhabit, leading to his death.]]
* HeyYou: He rarely ever calls anyone by their given name, but if he does have to call them by something, it's usually very insulting ('Stupid Cow' for Danette and 'Sister Loving Man Cow' for Levin). The only exception is Revya, (who he calls 'Kid' or 'Soulmate' if he's being nice), The World Eaters, and Drazil.
* HypocriticalHumor: In Danette's ending he comments that it's not nice that she never refers to Revya by name. Yes, the guy who not only curses every other scene, but refers to vast majority of the cast by insulting nicknames, tries to call somebody rude for not using someone's name.
* IdiotBall: In the Normal Path he frequently tries to convinces Revya to give him control and just as many times says he'll destroy the world if he gets control, so not surprisingly Revya always refuses.
%%* TheImp
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He spends much of the game taunting and rudely dismissing everyone around him (especially Danette and Levin), and heavily vocalizes his intent to wipe out the world once he gets control of Revya's body. However, while still quite rude, he mellows over time, becoming especially caring towards Revya.
* TheLancer: Personality-wise, at least. Gig is verbose where Revya is mostly silent, sadistic and selfish where Revya is kind and selfless, cynical and sarcastic where Revya is naive and honest, and very fond of playing shoulder devil to his heroic 'soulmate'.
* LaughablyEvil: Gig is so over the top in being vile, arrogant and abrasive that it loops back around to being hilarious.
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: [[spoiler:When Gig was revived by Drazil, all of his memories as Vigilance were erased, though over the course of the game he gradually regains them.]]
* LargeHam: Especially in the English version.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: During [[spoiler:the Good Ending of the Demon Path, Gig snaps back to his senses as Vigilance and despairs over the crimes he committed as Gig, vowing to set things right and atone.]]
** HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler:In the other ending, Gig quite abruptly regrets giving Revya so much power when Revya uses it all to ''devour him.'']]
* NobleDemon: Halfway through the game, Gig's memories of Vigilance and a growing attachment to Revya begin to rub off on him, lightening his attitude [[spoiler:and even having him grant Revya power with no strings attached.]]
* OmnicidalManiac: As he often says, he wants to destroy everything, except hotpods.
* PetTheDog: [[spoiler:In the Median Good ending, when Revya is dying from the Scarlet Iago. While he's in danger as well, he actually seems more concerned about Revya's life than his.]]
* PragmaticVillainy: Forced into this for most of the game in the Normal Path. Since he'll die if Revya dies, he has no choice but to help. In the second battle with Fienne when Revya won't give him control against a much stronger enemy, he has no choice but give her/him the power to destroy Fienne with no strings attached to save his own life.
* PopCulturedBadass: His phony descriptions of the World Eaters are basically {{Shout Out}}s to Superman, the Martian Man Hunter, and The Flash. Revya even lampshades that he got the first one "from somewhere else."
* RedemptionEarnsLife: [[spoiler:After the credits roll, Haephnes grabs his soul and reincarnates him again. She sends him through the same sickeningly sweet character creation process you went through at the start of the game, which almost gives him diabetes.]]
* SealedEvilInACan: Gig fled inside the Onyx Blade after being killed by Layna. Inside it he could do nothing, not even protect himself, but she kept the sword around.
* SinisterScythe: The natural WeaponOfChoice for a GrimReaper and is as tall as him. He's only seen wielding it in flashbacks [[spoiler:and the Normal Path Ending.]] Revya can summon part of the scythe's blade into his Onyx Blade whenever they perform Demon Blast.
* SmallNameBigEgo: While he can back up all the bragging he makes about how strong he is, he thinks to highly of his intelligence to the point where he at times seems to fancy himself as the OnlySaneMan.
* TechnicalPacifist: [[spoiler:As Vigilance. It's no wonder Gig wouldn't want to go back to his normal personality.]]
* TermsOfEndangerment: At first, Gig uses the word "soulmate" as a way of telling Revya that there is nothing they can do to stop Gig from eventually taking over their body. As the game progresses, it does become an actual term of endearment.
* ThemeMusicPowerUp: "BAD BOYS" plays = Gig will be sarcastic. "Desperado" plays = Gig will own someone. "Rockin' Rocks" plays = Gig will ''destroy'' someone.
%%* TokenEvilTeammate
* TookALevelInDumbass: [[spoiler:As Vigilance, he was reasonably intelligent and sane. As Gig, he's completely off his rocker.]]
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Hotpods
* {{Tsundere}}: According to Disgaea 4.
* VillainousFriendship: With Revya in the Demon Path. [[spoiler:In the good ending, as horrified as Vigilance is to know all the evils he's committed as Gig, he still fondly remembers his time with Revya and hopes that they get together and do something fun should they ever meet again.]]
* VillainProtagonist: He serves as the other main character to Revya but he remains a villain for the half the game before his {{character development}} steps in, and then it switches to Anti-Hero at the very least.
* WhiteHairBlackHeart: He looks like your classic white haired psycho and certainly acts genocidal at first, but mellows out some as time goes on.
* YouWillBeSpared: He found hotpods to be so delicious that he declares that they won't come under harm when he is able to return to conquering Prodesto.

!!!Voiced by: Creator/ChiwaSaito (JP), Creator/AmandaWinnLee (EN)

Danette is Revya's best and perhaps only friend in the tiny village. She is a Sepp, a race of humanoid with horns, hooves and immense speed. Thanks to being quite dim, Gig starts calling her "Stupid Cow" and she returns the favor with "You In There." She has no magical powers and her weapons, though magical, are not nearly as impressive as the Onyx Blade. Despite that, her speed and power are not to be trifled with: She's beaten Revya in almost every duel they've ever had.


%%* ActionGirl
* BadassNormal: It's not emphasized much due to being a complete idiot, but she is in fact an amazing fighter. She apparently almost always beats Revya before they acquire the Onyx Blade and is entrusted with [[spoiler:killing Revya if Gig takes them over.]]
* BiTheWay: Her ending varies very little depending on gender. If male, she says the protagonist will have to learn how to take care of babies with the implication that she'll be having them. If female, she's less nervous there, but with either gender the last thirty seconds or so end with her blushing and stuttering awkwardly because she drew the protagonist in their underwear in a letter to Euphoria, hinting that she never calls them by their name because it would be embarrassing.
* {{Break the Cutie}}: Regardless of the path taken, Danette is going to go through hell.
** In the normal route [[spoiler: the memories of her parent's death hits her near the end of the game and while she doesn't react originally, the fact that a few minutes later her substitute parent Layna is stabbed in the back by the friend she's been traveling with the majority of the game. And if Layna's death doesn't break her, Gig's sacrifice does when she finally breaks down into real tears when its all over.]]
** In the demon route [[spoiler: she witnesses Revya go crazy as s/he slaughters everyone she knows and loves and has to take up a new appearance to make sure no one knows who she is. She's the only one who continues to believe in Revya until the end even knowing it's hopeless. She even lets Revya kill her so she can become a Crimson Tear. In the good demon ending, she stays with Revya in the Onyx blade as their only friend while she's dead for good in the bad demon ending.]]
* ChildhoodFriendRomance: Hinted at in her ending. [[BiTheWay Regardless of gender.]]
* DeceasedParentsAreTheBest: Her mother and father were both very loving parents.
* {{Determinator}}: She will follow Layna's orders no matter what is. [[spoiler: Going so far as to force her way through barely stable portal to another world.]]
* TheDitz: Gig's nickname for her isn't too far off the mark. Even Revya starts having difficulty defending her after Gig rubs off on them a little.
* FriendlyRival: Towards Revya.
** VitriolicBestBuds: A little less on the friendly side initially.
* HappilyAdopted: Despite the trope above, she still considers Virtuous to be a grand-mother figure.
* HeyYou: It's claimed early on that the only person whose name she can remember is Layna's. She does remember Gig's name, but since he calls ''her'' Stupid Cow she decides to just keep calling him You In There. The only time she uses his name is [[spoiler:after he dies and she's begging him to come back,]] even after he's no longer [[spoiler:'in there']]. As for Revya, apparently she finds it embarrassing to use their name.
* IGaveMyWord: Promised Layna to watch over Revya and intervene if Gig became too much for them to resist.
* InterspeciesRomance: With Male Revya in her ending. Same with Female Revya if you [[LesYay interpret the ending differently...]]
* IsItSomethingYouEat: Revolution? Is it edible?
* KnifeNut: Her WeaponOfChoice.
** DualWielding: She uses two.
* TheLancer: Revya's outspoken and ditzy best friend and foil.
* ParentalAbandonment: [[spoiler: Her parents were in a religious war with the Thurists.]]
* SuperSpeed: A racial trait of Sepps.
* {{Tsundere}}: Type A when it comes to Revya and Gig. Tybe B with it comes to Layna.
* UndyingLoyalty: To Lady Layna.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Green.
* YouAreWorthHell: [[spoiler:In the Good Ending of the Demon Path, Revya gets sealed into the Oynx Blade. But Danette, not wanting her (former) best friend to have to suffer alone, has Dio seal her soul into the blade as well despite the fact that Revya killed her earlier. And to top it all off, she sings the lullaby Revya sung to her when she was little, so that (s)he can sleep better.]]

!!!Voiced by: Creator/TatsuhisaSuzuki (JP), Creator/LiamOBrien (EN)

A Sepp and one of Christophe's guards that is always immensely worried about his sister. Coupled with his rash behavior and slightly stupid attitude, he tends to cause a lot of problems for the group. He's generally partnered with Vitali, a spy and cleric.


* TheAtoner: [[spoiler: Seems to have become this in his epilogue.]]
* AndThenWhat: Questions Gig what he's going to do if he destroys everything except to the hotpods.
* BecomingTheMask: [[spoiler:There's hints of it after he regains his true body, particularly the fact that he's still somewhat flustered around Trish. If your RelationshipValues are high enough, Euphoria tells Revya that she can't really tell the difference between Levin and Raksha anymore, which eventually leads into his epilogue, where he and Revya WalkTheEarth together.]]
* TheBigGuy: Alongside Grunzford. Levin's strong, fast and good at hitting things... and bad at pretty much everything else.
* CannotSpitItOut: He has a crush on Trish, but can't get the words out, [[spoiler: even when he's revealed to Raksha, his feelings appear to genuine. He's unable to do the same with Female Revya during his epilogue.]]
* DeepSouth: He's quick to anger, not very smart and generally comes off as a stereotypical young redneck.
%%* TheDitz: Bless him.
* DoggedNiceGuy: Towards Trish.
* FarmBoy: A pretty standard example.
* HeterosexualLifePartners[=/=]RelationshipUpgrade: His epilogue suggests the former for male Revya and the latter for female Revya.
* HiddenDepths: There's a lot more to him than there might initially seem.
* HopelessSuitor: Towards Trish.
* HotBlooded: One of his abilities is even called 'Burning Soul'.
* IdiotHero: Levin isn't the brightest guy around, but he makes up for it in passion.
* JourneyToFindOneself: [[spoiler: After getting revived at the end of the game, Levin, who up until that point considered himself nothing more than the empty husk used by Raksha to achieve his goal, now questions why someone as seemingly pointless as him was brought back to life. His epilogue shows that he sets out WalkingTheEarth in hopes of finding some meaning to his unwarranted second chance at life.]]
* KnightTemplarBigBrother: Not exactly fond of Endorph getting close to his sister.
* LeeroyJenkins: His tendency to leap into the thick of things without thinking tends to cause a lot of trouble for the group.
* LightningBruiser: Has ''very'' high attack and speed but low defense and resistance. He generally makes up for his inability to take a hit with dodging almost all enemy attacks.
* MusclesAreMeaningless: While he ''does'' have noticeable muscle tone, Levin is actually quite scrawny. Despite this, he's incredibly strong.
* TheNoseKnows: He's able to track Thuris using this. Gig and even Revya naturally call him out on this. [[spoiler: This is because he's a World Eater though and knows the location of the others.]]
* PowerFist: His WeaponOfChoice.
* SuperSpeed: Most Sepps share this trait, but Levin is especially known for it, being able to traverse the continent in a matter of ''days''.
* UnexplainedRecovery: [[spoiler: Played for drama. Levin gets revived near the end of the game, to the confusion of everyone including himself. This is a big deal because Levin wasn't actually a person, but a soulless body being worn by the Soul Eater Raksha putting on a false persona, thus giving no reason for him to come back as Levin. This leads to him having an identity crisis and ultimately pulling off a HeelFaceTurn of sorts.]]
* WalkingSpoiler: [[spoiler:The fact that most of his personality traits are indeed an act, and he is actually a soulless body being occupied by Raksha, one of the three World Eaters.]]
* WalkingTheEarth: [[spoiler: His epilogue reveals this to be his fate after returning to life. Due to having absolutely no idea why he's alive again and being too guilt-ridden to return to see his friends and family, Levin goes on a journey to find the meaning to his existence. Depending on how close they were with him, Revya can join him.]]

!!!Voiced by: Creator/DerekStephenPrince (EN)

Vitali is a friend of Levin's and a spy for Christophe. He enjoys cooking and wishes to open a restaurant.


* {{Bishonen}}: Gig describes him as girly looking and he's apparently perfectly capable of disguising as a woman.
* CombatMedic: While generally used for his healing ability, his stats due allow him to be a decent frontline fighter.
* TheGadfly: Enjoys riling up both his friends and enemies.
* TheInfiltration: Christophe asks him to keep tabs on Revya and Gig. He also infiltrates the cult of Thuris.
** ReverseMole:[[spoiler:Despite that, he and Christophe are on Revya's side all the way, which makes it all the more surprising who the real [[TheMole mole]] is.]]
* OnlySaneMan: Alongside Revya. And like Revya, he has his wackier moments.
* RedHerring: [[spoiler: He's not a villain at all. All of his spying for Christophe was done so that Christophe would know in advance what you're having trouble with if you ever come to him for help.]]
* TheSmartGuy: Knowledgeable in a vast number of fields including medicine and history, and has a vast information network of spies at his disposal.
* StealthHiBye: Ridiculously skilled at this to the point that it freaks everyone, including Gig.
* TheStoic: Rarely ever raises his voice beyond its usual subdued tranquility.
* SupremeChef: His hotpods are apparently some of the best in the world.
* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: "I did NOT pretend to be a girl." [[spoiler:Funny, considering his [[{{Crossdresser}} epilogue.]]]]
* TheSpymaster: For Christophe.
* ThrowTheBookAtThem: His WeaponOfChoice.
* YouDoNotWantToKnow: How he found out that [[spoiler:Kanan is actually male.]]


Juno is one of the Nereid leaders and is immensely protective of her adopted "[[WifeHusbandry son]]" Penn. She's aggressive, but fairly reasonable.


* ACupAngst: Mostly because Penn says he prefers bigger breasts. Just for added insult, the "standard" Mermaid unit is in fact bustier than her.
* CommutingOnABus: Stops appearing with the main characters in the storyline after defeat Feinne for the most part, but she's still available in gameplay at least.
* DubNameChange: Her name in the Japanese version is Jost (Pronounced [[NoPronunciationGuide Youst]]).
* HumansAreBastards: The 'humans are untrustworthy' subversion. Is willing to judge on an individual basis however.
* InterspeciesRomance: Nereids require a male from another species in order to reproduce.
%%* MamaBear
* MayDecemberRomance: With Male Revya in her ending. Planned with Penn otherwise.
* OurMermaidsAreDifferent: Nereids are a OneGenderRace of mermaids that can walk on land.
* ProngsOfPoseidon: Her WeaponOfChoice.
* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: With Male Revya in her ending.
* WifeHusbandry: Major player in the Nereid's plan with Penn.
* {{Yandere}}[=/=][[DontYouWantToRavishMe Don't You Want To Ravish Him?]]: A mild version of this for Penn, particularly in the Demon Path. When she demands that [[spoiler:Revya]] return Penn to her, she gets rather miffed that they didn't even want Penn in the first place. She then decides to kick their ass on the spot for not wanting to kidnap Penn.


Grunzford is a grumpy old Redflank, a giant bull man. He used to live in the same village as Revya, but left in protest due to Layna's plan to fuse Gig to a human host. He is not very talkative when it comes to explaining why he's working with the group.


* AnAxeToGrind: Fights with a gigantic two-handed axe.
* ALoadOfBull: The Redflank are a race of Minotaur men.
* TheBigGuy: He's massive and bulky, as well as very strong.
* CoolOldGuy: Pushing 200 years old, which is old even for the long-living Redflank, but is a laid-back guy that's still an amazing fighter.
* GeniusBruiser: [[spoiler: he managed to pull a BatmanGambit on the Devourlord, as his personal Demon Path CMOA.]]
* GrumpyOldMan: Mostly because he feel the youth need to learn to mind their manners, especially young Sepps like Levin and Danette.
* TheMentor: Serves as the wise and stalwart mentor to most of the party.
* MightyGlacier: High health, attack and defense but poor speed and movement.
* RetiredBadAss: He has since left the protection of the village to the his fellow Redflanks, but he can still kick ass.
* ScarsAreForever: He's ''covered'' in them.
* TeamDad: Takes on a fatherly role to most of the party after joining, particularly with Trish and Levin.
* WhatTheHellHero: Makes it very clear that no one, especially himself, will accept the Devourlord back if they choose to say that they want to go back to the way things were. Considering that they and Gig spent the entire game killing and oppressing everyone in their path, he has every right to be pissed.

!!!Voiced by: Creator/DerekStephenPrince (EN)

Galahad is a chevalier for Raide and at the start of the game is on duty watching Feinne, though he's sulky and self centered. After he loses a fight to the protagonist, he is discharged by Thorndyke, something he resents for most of the story.


* TheAtoner: Following [[spoiler: Thorndyke's death]] he realizes that he was using his position as a knight for his own benefits rather than for those of the people. Immediately afterwards he becomes a much better guy.
* BreakTheHaughty: [[spoiler:In the Demon Path, big time.]]
* ButtMonkey: While he has shades of this in the Normal path, the Demon path cranks it UpToEleven. Basically all of his screentime features the other characters abusing him in some way.
* CharacterDevelopment: Goes from a haughty, corrupt and arrogant man who is only interested in his status within the kingdom to a noble leader and trustworthy ally.
* CommutingOnABus: Like Juno, he more or less drops out of the story entirely following Feinne's death, but he's still available as a party member for the rest of the game.
* DirtyCop: At his introduction, he's abusing the small amount of power he has in Raide to boss people around. He gets over it [[spoiler: after Thorndyke's death]].
* {{Envy}}[=/=]TheStarscream: Towards Thorndyke. He starts taking a level in badass after realizing Thorndyke was a really noble guy [[spoiler:who was unfairly executed. In the Demon Path, however, when Thorndyke is forced to join Revya, he ridicules him.]]
* HeelFaceTurn: Starts out as nothing but a corrupt bully but grows into a heroic person over time.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Completely reevaluates his life choices after [[spoiler:Thorndyke gives his life for the sake of the people of Raide]] and becomes a much better person because of it.
* OutOfFocus: In the Normal path, after showing remarkable growth up to the fight with Feinne, he quite suddenly drops out of the storyline at about the same time as Juno.
** Justified; he was elected to help rebuild Raide after Feinne destroyed it.
* PluckyComicRelief: Becomes a major source of humor in the Demon path due to his SanitySlippage giving him an identity crisis.
* RedemptionPromotion: Becomes the Prime Minister of New Raide.
* SanitySlippage: [[spoiler:Galahad becomes the only real source of humor in the Demon Path because of the ''spectacular'' way he loses it.]]
* StarterVillain: In the Normal route he's the first major recurring villain you face, but he's really nothing more than a bully.
* StoneWall: Has very high defense and decent attack, but low movement and very poor resistance.
* SmugSnake: Prior to his character development he's a sniveling bully who enjoys abusing his power but is quick to run when things turn against him.
* TookALevelInBadass: To a certain extent, he's considerably more courageous just before the fight with Feinne.
* WarmUpBoss: The first real foe the player faces, Galahad still isn't much of a threat.


Dio of the Evil Eye is a hereditary name and title held by a mighty clan of dracosages, known to travel with with the undead Blazing Gestahl and a pair of wolves known as Yavis and Parin. However, he seems strangely incompetent when confronted and is not taken seriously by anyone. He is a recurring boss fight in the game.


* AffablyEvil: Gestahl doesn't seem like that bad (or threatening) of a guy at all. [[spoiler: That's because he's actually a hotpod farmer named Vangogh who Odie convinced to pretend to be Gestahl. The real Gestahl is a different case ''entirely''.]]
* BoomStick: His WeaponOfChoice.
* ButtMonkey: Gets no respect for almost all of the game. [[spoiler:Even his BigDamnHeroes moment is retroactively weakened when the real Dio reveals a child could have done it.]]
* CowardlyLion: A complete coward who will nonetheless put his life on the line to protect his loved ones.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: He's actually a pretty skilled sorcerer, though he's crippled by an incredible inferiority complex and a [[WeakButSkilled lack of inborn talent]].
** TookALevelInBadass: In the Demon Path [[spoiler: (being able to do things like break Revya's dominion over Vangou), to the point where even Dio was impressed by his growth.]]
* CutsceneIncompetence: While everyone in the plot makes a big deal about how weak and useless he is, he's actually pretty powerful mechanically.
* DubNameChange: His name in the Japanese version is Yodo.
* EmbarrassingFirstName: He is quite embarrassed of his real name, which is [[spoiler: discovered to be Odie when Revya is unable to dominate him as 'Dio'.]]
* EvilIsDumb: He tries to come off as a powerful sorcerer to rob people but his constant bumbling makes him very ineffectual. [[spoiler:When he sides with the heroes, however, he becomes more competent, especially in the Demon Path.]]
* TheFaceless: [[spoiler: Outside of his epilogue]], he never takes off the lizard mask.
* TheFriendNobodyLikes: While the rest of the party occasionally shows sympathy for his sheer patheticness, they are usually exasperated by his incompetence.
* GoldfishPoopGang: Through the first half of the game.
* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler: Befriends and joins Revya's group]] about halfway through the main plot.
* RedemptionPromotion: Goes from IneffectualSympatheticVillain to one of your main characters, though is still a ButtMonkey.
* SavageWolves: Completely subverted in Yavis and Parin. They don't seem very bad at all. [[spoiler:Mostly because they aren't the real ones, who are under the command of the real Dio]].
* ShockAndAwe: What his BoomStick shoots out.
* SiblingRivalry: [[spoiler: He has one with his much more powerful brother, the ''real'' Dio.]]
* SlaveToPR: He starts off the game as a highway robber that depends entirely on his family's reputation to scare people so he won't have to fight them. Unfortunately he starts out in an area where [[WrongGenreSavvy no one knows of the Dio family.]]
* SquishyWizard: Can't take a hit to save his life, but his magic attack are devastating.
* TookALevelInBadass: A bit in the Normal Path, where he gains more confidence in himself and [[spoiler:becomes the new Dio in his epilogue]], where it's stated that he's become exponentially more skilled. [[spoiler: Big time in the Demon Path.]]
* TheUnfavorite: [[spoiler: Disowned by his family for his younger and more talented brother.]]
* WalkingSpoiler: Just knowing that [[spoiler: he joins your party is a spoiler for the whole first half of the plot.]]
* WithFriendsLikeThese: The party is more than happy to make fun of his helplessness. Even Pinot and Agrippa treat him like a child. Possibly justified since they're about the same age. Good ol' Sluggo.
* YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre: Growing up in the shadow of his brother convinced him that he was worthless. In reality, he's an above average mage whose abilities are severely crippled by his lack of faith in himself.

!!!Voiced by: Creator/MaiNakahara (JP), Creator/WendeeLee (EN)

Tricia is the daughter of an extremely rich merchant. She's very idealistic and kind, but also naive and overly trusting. She was helped by Grunzford in the past and seems to consider him a mentor while Levin has a crush on her that he never has the nerve to act on. She prefers to be called Trish.


* {{Break the Cutie}}: Both paths aren't that nice to her [[spoiler: but she only makes it out alive in one of them.]]
** In the normal path her adoptive father gets kidnapped and she has to watch him get murdered by Shauna [[spoiler:though it doesn't seem to bother her once she learns Shauna was doing her a favor.]] Then later [[spoiler: she finds out that she had an older sister and witnesses her death to Scarlet Iago. Finally, her friend and the guy that was crushing on her, Levin, betrays the group and reveals himself as the third World Eater. Before she can talk him down, Dio teleports her away and Levin ends up getting killed. That said, she's quite resilient and deals with everything by herself when given a little time alone.]]
** In the demon path [[spoiler: She gets raped by her adoptive father resulting in her going insane. It won't be long before she finally takes her own life from the horror she's been through.]]
%%* TheChick
* DubNameChange: Her name in the Japanese version is Driesche.
* GentlemanThief: In her ending, she and Revya run a gang of thieves together. They only target con artists and forbid their crews from killing anyone under threat of [[NoodleIncident really harsh punishment]]. Their less moral members put up with it because she happens to be ''really'' good at it. Also because some of them have a crush on Trish, though no one has the guts to actually make a move on her.
* HiddenDepths: It's easy to overlook that she's a rather skilled tactician since it rarely comes up.
* JustLikeRobinHood: In her epilogue she becomes the leader of a band of highwayman, though they don't kill anyone. They only target people who deserve it, though since her ending is from the perspective of two lowly members of the band we don't know what they do with the money. They certainly don't give it ''all'' away, though.
* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: Easily the sweetest of the heroes. [[CaptainObvious And a blonde.]]
* LongLostSibling: [[spoiler:Shauna is her older sister.]]
* MementoMacGuffin: Her hair ornament, a keepsake left from her mother. [[spoiler:Actually, it's from her sister, Shari aka Shauna.]]
* TheOjou: Wealthy, elegant, beautiful and kind.
* TheOphelia: [[spoiler: All the way, in The Demon Path.]]
* ParentalAbandonment: [[spoiler:When she was really young, she was separated from her father and sister. Some time later, she loses her adoptive father, [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil but that was for the best]].]]
* RapeAsDrama: [[spoiler:In the Demon Path.]]
* SanitySlippage: [[spoiler:In the Demon Path, she gets raped by Hawthorne, but manages to escape death thanks to Shauna. She becomes increasingly insane and suicidal until her death.]]
* SpoiledSweet: She doesn't really know how the world works and has had a very privileged upbringing, but she seems to go around using her father's money to help random strangers. She's actually quite good at tactics.

[[folder:Pinot and Agrippa]]

Pinot and Agrippa are probably the most minor members of the party. They are acquaintances of "Dio" and rather like him, though they don't respect him either.


* AscendedExtra: In the Demon Path, where they get a decent amount of focus for a substantial portion of the game. In the normal one, they only appear in a single cutscene.
* CrossdressingVoices: Agrippa's voiced by Barbara Goodson
* OlderThanTheyLook: They're older than Odie, despite looking like toddlers.
* OurAngelsAreDifferent: Angels are a normal, albeit endangered race rather than celestial beings in this setting.
* SatelliteCharacter: They're Odie and Endorph's friends and... not much else. They get more characterization in the Demon Path, but are still pretty minor characters.
* ShotgunsAreJustBetter: Agrippa wields a shotgun.
* ThoseTwoGuys: They're almost never seen apart.
* WhamEpisode: [[spoiler: The fun and games in the Demon Path stop once Agrippa is killed with little warning.]]
* YankTheDogsChain: [[spoiler:Revya saves Agrippa in the Demon Path, in a seeming PetTheDog moment... only to later coldly murder him, having saved them purely because it would hurt them more to betray them after gaining their trust.]]

[[folder:Secret Characters]]
!! Asagi
A SecretCharacter who was supposed to be TheProtagonist of the [[CanceledVideoGames cancelled game]] ''Makai Wars''. For more information on Asagi, see [[Characters/NipponIchi here]].

* BonusBoss: She can be fought (multiple times) by defeating Feinne during the [=Map03=] battle in the Normal Path.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: While ''Soul Nomad'' generally avoids the meta humor found in most Creator/NipponIchi games, when Asagi appears, the Fourth Wall practically crumbles as she tries to take the lead role away from Revya.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Her cameo in this game established the HostileShowTakeover schtick that would be with her for a very long time. Previous appearances were merely chance encounters by the main characters.
* MesACrowd: You can fight her multiple times and, consequently, recruit many "Asagis" to the party roster.
* MediumAwareness: She [[BreakingTheFourthWall breaks the fourt wall]] by attemping to steal the main character role.
* NonstandardGameOver: The fight with her causes the world to be destroyed (and the player to [[NewgamePlus start again]]), to the annoyment of Gig.
* RecurringCharacter: Asagi appeared previously in ''VideoGame/MakaiKingdom'' and ''VideoGame/Disgaea2CursedMemories'' and would go on to appear in many more games.

!!Lujei Piche
An unexpected character from ''VideoGame/GrimGrimoire''. Lujei escaped her world and starts exploring others, screwing them up in the process. It appears she has a connection to Endorph.

* BackFromTheDead: Unclear, she was a ghost in her own game
* BerserkButton: Being reminded of her death by poisoning sends her into a psychotic fit of rage.
* BoobsOfSteel: More of the GlassCannon type. She can throw down some powerful magic. Also, she's quite stacked, giving Shauna and Alexemia a run for their money.
* BonusBoss: Lujei can be fought and recruited after [=Map35=] of the Normal Path (during a [[NewGamePlus second cycle]]), by having the item ''Reveal Path 1''.
* CloudCuckooLander: Hoo-boy, she's such a nut case that even Gig is freaked out by her.
* {{Flanderization}}: YMMV on this, since she didn't have a lot of screen time in ''VideoGame/GrimGrimoire''.
* GlassCannon: Has the best INT attacks out of your playable characters. Can't take a hit worth a dime.
* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler: She sent Sulfer back Ivoire, rendering everything the cast of ''Videogame/PhantomBrave'' did to banish him in the first place pointless, and she never suffers any repercussions for it.]]
* InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons: Her Special Attack.
* LoveMakesYouCrazy: Just ask Mevy, the talking skull of her dead lover that she carries around on her staff.
%%* PowerFloats
* PsychoticManchild: An extremely violent one that can barely go a few words without talking about murder.
* ShoutOut: All of her movesets? They're all of the Arcane Summons from ''VideoGame/GrimGrimoire''. Which goes into Irony levels due to the fact that her student learned Necromancy from her. That could mean Lujei had some skills when she was alive.
* SpannerInTheWorks: [[spoiler:Specifically, she's the one who sent Sulfur back to the world of Videogame/PhantomBrave as a BonusBoss, rendering the sacrifices involved pointless. Endorph was not happy to hear this.]]
* StableTimeLoop: [[spoiler: During the flashback where Median kills Vilgilance, if you answer "You must've been pissed" you find out that Lujei sends you back in time to fight Median. If you win, you find out that thanks to this, Virtuous finds out a way to fuse souls, thus making the plan of fusing Gig's and Revya's soul possible. Which also gave Drazil two souls for the last two World Eaters, Thuris and Raksha. So in short... Lujei helped SAVE the world! ...And gave Drazil the two souls he needed to create the last two death machines... But hey, it's Lujei.]]
* AWizardDidIt: She IS the Wizard, and did the StableTimeLoop.
%%* {{Yandere}}

!!Spoiler character
[[spoiler:Lord Median is the renowed hero who united Prodesto two centuries before the game events.]] He can be fought and recruited after [=Map32=], during a [[NewGamePlus third cycle]] of the Normal Path by having the item ''Reveal Path 2''.

Tropes about him are listed under [[spoiler:Blazing Gestahl.]]

!!Other Characters

!! Haephnes

Haephnes is the goddess of the world which shares her name, one of the two chief gods ranking above those such as the masters of life and death. She is very soft, gentle and motherly.


* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: [[spoiler:She's a DimensionLord, like Drazil, though prefers to have her adopted child kick ass with the BrainwashedandCrazy Master of Death as part of a BatmanGambit.]]
* BigGood: Alongside Virtuous, she's trying to fix her world.
* DimensionLord: Rules the world of the same name.
* GodIsGood: She's very warm and motherly. She is also [[spoiler:more active than she appears: She recovers Revya's soul from Drazil, reincarnates her as a World Eater and works behind the scenes with Virtuous to have her and Gig start fixing the world of Haephnes.]]

!! Lady Layna
!!!Voiced by: Creator/MaryElizabethMcGlynn (EN)

Lady Layna is an elderly woman that is the leader of the village where the game begins. Two centuries before, she sacrificed herself to seal away Gig because she could not kill him. Though she apparently died in that fight, she is still around even in the present, though she sleeps for extended periods to conserve strength. She is a mentor for Revya and Danette, the latter of whom seems to almost worship her. She's more manipulative than she lets on.


* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: [[spoiler:She is the Master of Life. She may not fight anymore, but she's helped Layna beat Gig, helped Revya and Gig kill Median, and can make you stay dead for real.]]
* BackFromTheDead: [[spoiler:Both paths, the regular after she's killed by Levin/Raksha and in the Demon Path after she's killed by Revya the start of the game. Likely because she's the Master of Life]]
* BatmanGambit: The plot of the game is one crafted by her to solve the real problem with the world.
* BenevolentBoss: A kind grandmother figure for the village.
* BigGood: Alongside Heaphnes.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: She can permanently block people's ability to be [[spoiler:reborn]] if angered.
* TheChessmaster: Rare heroic one.
* EccentricMentor: A very rare female example.
%%* GuileHero
* LoadBearingBoss: [[spoiler: Rare heroic example in the Median Bad Ending, where after he defeats Revya, he also kills Virtuous, and with the world's Masters of Life And Death dead, it fades out existence.]]
* OneSteveLimit: Averted.
* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: [[spoiler:Because she is Virtuous, the Master of Life.]]

!! Christophe

Christophe is a wealthy merchant who runs his own town, which acts as a mission hub for the game. He is interested by Revya and Gig and employs the pair to handle some work around the area, which coincides with their own goals. Gig does not trust him since he's keeping secrets and not even trying to hide the fact, but he does mean well.


* BigDamnHeroes: The guy comes in with a small army to help Revya during their fight against Feinne the second time.
* DemotedToExtra: He gets only one scene in the Demon Path, after that, you never hear from him again.
* GoodSmokingEvilSmoking: The "Good Smoking" to Lobo's "Evil Smoking"; Christophe smokes a pipe.
* HeroicBSOD: Has a minor one after [[spoiler: Cuthbert kills himself out of guilt]]. He picks himself together quickly, though.
* MyGreatestFailure: It's suggested that he betrayed his best friend Lobo when they were younger, thus causing the latter to become evil.
* NonActionGuy: Doesn't directly fight himself, but supplies soldiers for Revya.
* SelfMadeMan: Is successful due to his honest work ethic.
* TheTeamBenefactor: He support the party with some {{Mook}}s and use his money to buy the antidote for Scarlet Iago.

!! Alexemia

Queen of the Nereids and the mother to them all. Though she can't walk on land, she has Juno be her eyes and ears for her in the outside world. She has immense healing powers, though she cannot use them freely.


* CastFromHP: She has a miraculous [[HealingHands healing power]], but it uses up a bit of her life force.
* DemotedToExtra: Only gets one scene in the Demon Path, sadly, and it's being summoned to heal everyone after Revya beats the crap out of them.
* HerHeartWillGoOn: Admits that she was in love with someone in the Demon Path(Normal Path hinted that her lover was one of the kings of Raide). It's implied that she wishes to see him.
* MsFanservice: Alexemia is practically naked, for Haephnes sake! She's only wearing a crown and a freakin' seashell bra.
* OurMermaidsAreDifferent: Averted, somewhat. She's more of the standard mermain since she can't last on land too much, and she has the fish lower half.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure
* SeashellBra: Takes it a step further; Alexemia has ''Seashell nipple-covers''
* TeamMom: For the Nereids. This trope is more literal than usual cases becasue it's implied that she IS all of the Nereids' mother.

!! Penn

Penn is a human child adopted by the Nereids. They view him somewhere between a son and a their future sperm donor as the Nereids do not have any males. He seems unconcerned with this plan for better or worse since while he likes the Nereids, he [[BuxomIsBetter likes well endowed women]] and the Nereids are all rather "streamlined." He's also a rather mouthy kid. He goes around dressed as a girl, presumably because Nereids don't know how treat male children.


* CheerfulChild
* ChildhoodMarriagePromise: Asks female Revya to marry him in Juno's ending. To Revya's chagrin, she doesn't seem to have any say in it.
* CreepyChild: In the Demon Path. He's AxCrazy, and doesn't care about his own life, actually finds it cool when Revya doesn't care that Thuris uses him as human shield. Even Gig is creeped out by this.
* DirtyKid: [[BuxomIsBetter He loves big boobs.]] For this reason in Juno's ending, [[spoiler: if Revya is female, he asks her to marry him, much to her chagrin]].
* LukeIAmYourFather: [[spoiler:Thorndyke is his father.]]
* StayWithTheAliens: When he meets his dad, he decides to stay with the Nereids (even as an adult).
* WholesomeCrossdresser: He's always seen in a dress and pigtails because he was raised by the Nereids, who are a SingleGenderRace and therefore have no idea how to raise a male.
* WifeHusbandry: Is the target of a reverse example. He's bound for a very... interesting life.

!! Endorph / [[spoiler:[[Videogame/PhantomBrave Walnut]]]]
!!!Voiced by: Creator/KosukeToriumi (JP), Creator/TroyBaker (EN)

Endorph is a mysterious leader of a band of thieves, though he is quite honorable and operates on a Robin Hood style of business. At the start, he's still traveling with Shauna and her band, though their conflicting interests cause them to part ways. He's a sort of MemeticBadass in-universe for those of know of him. His goals are unclear, but seem to match Revya's. Unfortunately, he's not really on Revya's side either and more likely to drag her into battles she just happened to stumble across.


* BerserkButton: For the love of God, don't call Euphoria a doll!
* GuestStarPartyMember: You briefly gain him [[spoiler:after Levin's {{reveal}}]], but then quickly lose him after his HeroicSacrifice. However, if your RelationshipValues are high with Endorph, then you regain him [[spoiler:when you enter Drazil]].
* GunsAkimbo: He uses two pistols in ''Soul Nomad''.
* TheGunslinger: Fights with a pair of pistols.
* InterspeciesRomance: With Euphoria (a Sepp).
* LateArrivalSpoiler: [[spoiler:The game doesn't shy away from mentioning the HeroicSacrifice he pulled at the end of VideoGame/PhantomBrave.]]
* NotQuiteDead: [[spoiler:At the end of ''VideoGame/PhantomBrave'', no one knew what happened to Walnut after [[HeroicSacrifice he took Sulphur with him through the portal]]. Turns out Lujei transported him to Prodesto, where he took up his current name. Later, he pulls a somewhat similar move on Raksha only for his epilogue to reveal that he survived again. He even lampshades his habit of escaping death before finishing off Raksha.]]
-->'''Endorph:''' [[spoiler:I've already died once before. Even the black reaper is sick of me.]]
* NotSoDifferent: To Levin and Shauna and their love for both their sisters. [[spoiler:Anyone who has played ''Phantom Brave'' knows that he himself was willing to go through extremes for the sake of his sister, Castile.]]
* OlderAndWiser: Everything Endorph experienced [[spoiler:back in ''Phantom Brave'']] and his adventures in Prodesto has clearly matured him. Although he can still be quite reckless and cunning, it's evened out by having the patience and maturity [[spoiler:ol' Walnut]] lacked.
* PlayingWithFire: His Front Row, Special Attack, and Team-Up Attack with Revya.
%%** SixthRanger
* SuicideAttack: Psycho Burgundy [[spoiler:is used to completely destroy Raksha, though he apparently manages to survive, ''again''.]]
* TookALevelInKindness: The [[spoiler:beliefs in [[TheSocialDarwinist survival of the fittest]] and [[JerkAss general nastiness]] that made up Walnut's personality]] does not apply here. His experiences at the end of [[spoiler:''Phantom Brave'']] and here have molded him into a much kinder and patient person. While he hasn't left the thieving business, it's now directed at those who deserve it.

[[folder:The World Eaters]]

!! Feinne

The first of the titular World Eaters encountered. Gig says she's his favorite World Eater, as she is the most powerful and obedient of the three. She has little will or malice of her own and has spent the centuries since Gig's defeat quietly sitting outside a major city and only defending herself when attacked. That said, when you attack her, you have basically no chance of winning due to her immense power.


* AndIMustScream: [[spoiler:After Resillience died, her soul was stolen by Drazil and turned into Gig's most faithful and powerful World Eater. Unlike Thuris and Raksha, she's not actually evil: She's just trapped in a body that acts regardless of her will.]]
* CameBackWrong: [[spoiler:She used to be one of the overseer gods like Vigilance and Virtuous, but committed suicide to become a human to understand the human perspective better. Unfortunately, Drazil stole her soul and turned her into a World Eater.]]
* CurbStompBattle: Battles against her are always this in the Normal Path, either in your favor or hers. The Demon Path often has you and her on even footing.
* HopelessBossFight: Feinne is too powerful to defeat without tapping into Gig's power, and Gig's power comes with a heavy cost. [[spoiler:If you ''do'' defeat her when you're not supposed to, you end up fighting Asagi.]]
* ICannotSelfTerminate: [[spoiler:At the end of the game, she and Thuris have their souls dragged back to Drazil and reconstituted. Thuris is quickly devoured, but Feinne begs for Gig to kill her. Unlike the first time, he grants her wish.]]
* WaveMotionGun: Her normal form of offense.

!! Thuris

Thuris is the second World Eater encountered. He is the weakest but most cunning of the three and operates his own cult that is a constant thorn in the side of the protagonists throughout the game.


* BigBadWannabe: Makes a good effort with his cult, but the other schemers in the game have him outclassed. [[spoiler: Not helped by Dio and Raksha being much stronger than him, Drazil, Gamma and Joul as having the power to eat his soul whenever they wish.]]
* TheChessmaster: Subverted; he's ''supposed'' to be one, but the problem for him is Soul Nomad is a GambitPileup from the word go, and he's got at least four other chessmasters he's competing against.
* FateWorseThanDeath: He's resurrected by the Drazillian Masters of Life and Death just to be consumed by them near the end of the game, though this could be considered KickTheSonOfABitch instead. They try to do the same to Feinne, but Revya and Gig intervene and MercyKill her.
* ForTheEvulz: His reason for the creating the Scarlet Iago? He felt like it.
* AGodAmI: Since normal people can't see him, he's managed to create a massive cult known as the Thurists.
* GuideDangIt: Thuris is the first World Eater type enemy you get into a real battle with, and can be a tricky foe until you figure out the easiest way to take them down. [[spoiler:The trick is, they can't move, so stay out of his range until everything else on the field is dead and then muster your forces and power yourself up outside his range, then move in for the kill. Unlike other enemies, World Eater types cannot counter attack, so you can beat on him with impunity during your turns.]]
* HearingVoices: Normal people can't see him, so he's managed to convince hundreds that he's a god with a disembodied voice.
* InformedAbility: The World Eater who is supposed to be the best schemer of the three winds up OutGambitted by every other chessmaster in the story.
* JackOfAllStats: Compared to Fienne and Raksha, he balances between physical and magic based stats.
%%** LargeHam
* LaughingMad: In the Normal Path. So much that it ''even'' rivals the SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker's and actually frightens Gig. Story-wise, it's averted in the Demon Route. In fact, it's the trademark of every member of his cult.
* OutGambitted: See above.
* {{Plaguemaster}}: The creator of Scarlet Iago, the deadly disease ravaging the land.
%%** SmugSnake
* TakingYouWithMe: When he's utterly beaten, Thuris self-destructs to spread a cloud of pure Scarlet Iago upon the party to try to kill them too.
* VillainForgotToLevelGrind: He actually ''is'' a certifiable threat the first time you see him, but the second encounter is when he gets seriously OutGambitted, and since you've already worked out how to beat him the first time, the rematch is much simpler.

!! Raksha

Raksha is the third and final of Gig's World Eaters. He has been inactive for years and is sealed by the family of Dio inside a cursed forest. He is a mysterious figure before being confronted, though Gig claims he's more TheBrute than anything and thinks little of him.


* BigBadFriend: While not ''quite'' the BigBad, [[spoiler: Raksha is one of the biggest chess masters in the entire game, and spends most of it as your good buddy Levin.]]
* TheBrute: The strongest physically of the World Eaters, but not big on brain power. [[spoiler:Well, not quite; he's become one of Soul Nomad's many chessmasters since Gig was sealed.]]
* CharacterDevelopment: [[spoiler: By the time of his revival, Levin appears to have lost the hot blooded and boisterous persona both he and Raksha had and is instead quiet, pensive and philosophical. This is undoubtedly because he's just as confused as everyone else about why he was brought back to life and has started questioning his existence. Thankfully, it seems to have made him into a genuinely good person.]]
* TheChessmaster: [[spoiler: He spends most of the game disguised as Levin to in a plan to kill anybody he considers a threat to his EvilPlan (the full details of which aren't stated), consisting of Thuris, Fienne, Layna, and Gig. Succeeds in his plan to kill Layna by having Dio trap everyone in a seal so she would come to release them so he could get the jump on her after killing the other two World Eaters.]]
* ClimaxBoss: Even knowing how to fight World Eaters from fighting Thuris twice, and with the members of the Hidden Village on your side, Raksha is still no slouch; defeating him really comes down to taking him down before he can smash all your characters into paste.
* DarkReprise: His battle theme is a remix of [[spoiler:Levin]]'s theme.
* DemonicPossession: [[spoiler: Of Levin's body. He bought two slaves ten years ago and crushed their souls. Euphoria became a puppet while Levin's original soul was simply booted out and replaced with Raksha's.]]
* DiscOneFinalBoss: Much of the cast thinks that plot is over since they didn't recall that World Eaters aren't the root of the problem.
* FakingTheDead: [[spoiler:He faked Euphoria's death and took her away to keep her from Endorph. Later, he claims he killed her himself. If you have enough relationship points with him Euphoria refuses to stay where he put her and gets between the Endorph/Raksha confrontation.]]
* AGodAmI: [[spoiler: The ultimate goal of his EvilPlan]]
* GoodFeelsGood: In the Demon Path. [[spoiler:He won himself praise from everyone after being the only person to be able to repel Revya, which in turn made him want to fight for Prodesto for real.]]
* HumongousMecha: Unlike Feinne and Thuris, Raksha's body has a more mechanical look to it and is even capable of [[RocketPunch firing off his arms]].
* InformedFlaw: Supposedly an idiot, but is shown to be extremely cunning and manipulative during all of his screentime. In the dub, he's even given a classy British accent. [[spoiler: His supposed lack of intelligence may be foreshadowing of his identity as Levin.]]
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: [[spoiler: Seems to have graduated to this in his epilogue, where he is clearly shown to deeply regret his actions and worry about his former friends but continously attempts to get Revya to leave him alone by threatening to eat them.]]
* LargeHam: [[spoiler: In his real body, rivaling Gig in this respect. He practically roars every line.]]
* TheMole: [[spoiler: To Revya's group, as Levin.]]
* KillItWithFire: His attacks consist of breathing fire and growing pair of WolverineClaws made of fire attacking with them.
* ObfuscatingStupidity: [[spoiler: As Levin.]]
* PetTheDog: [[spoiler: He's suggested to have genuinely cared for both Euphoria and Trisha and, if his ending is anything to go by, all of his former friends.]]
* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: He talks normally, but Gig noted that he's learned 'many big angry words'. Raksha said that he's feeling verbose.
* SpannerInTheWorks: [[spoiler: In the Normal Path, nobody saw him or his plan coming.]]
* TookALevelInDumbass: [[spoiler:Reversed. If Gig's reactions are anything to imply, Raksha's taken a level in ''genius'' instead.]]
* WalkingSpoiler: [[spoiler:It's hard to talk about him without talking about his possession of Levin.]]
* WolverineClaws: Made of [[PlayingWithFire fire]].


!! Kanan

Kanan is the leader of the Thurists, the cult that worships Thuris as a god. He looks like a woman after altering his appearance. Contrasting his waifish appearance is his intense insanity and sadism.


* {{Cult}}: He leads the Thurists, which is essentially a doomsday cult.
* TheDragon: To Thuris. [[spoiler:To Revya in The Demon Path. Notably one of the few characters who stick around even up to the final battle, and ''doesn't'' become even more broken and crazy as a result. Not that he wasn't ''already'' crazy -- but he's almost normal compared to some of the others.]]
** DevourTheDragon: [[spoiler:Thuris eventually sacrifices him and the Thurists to power himself up during his boss battle.]]
* DudeLooksLikeALady: Despite having a feminine voice and appearance, Kanan is actually a man.
* EvilLaugh: Seems to be a requirement for the Thurists.
** NoblewomansLaugh
* EvilRedhead
* EvilSorcerer: As a Dracon hero unit, he's a powerful magic user.
* EvilerThanThou: [[spoiler:In the Demon Path, he decides that Revya is a greater god since they're more evil than Thuris]]
* InLoveWithYourCarnage: If his reactions to Thorndyke are any indication, he seems to have a thing for [[spoiler:insane]] men.
* PsychoSupporter: To both Thuris and [[spoiler:Revya.]]
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: [[spoiler:Abandons Thuris for Revya in the Demon Path when he realizes Revya's going to crush Thuris.]]
* VillainousCrossdresser: To the horror of Vitali.

!! Thorndyke
!!!Voiced by: Creator/DaveWittenberg (EN)

Thorndyke is the honorable commander of the Knights of Raide. He lost his son years ago, but received his current position not long after. Though considered strangely young for the position, he has easily proved his worth. He is very noble and honorable to the point where the reclusive Nereids actually do value his word. He is attempting to keep the group from attacking Feinne as she is inactive and only causes problems when confronted.


* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Grand Cordon of Raide, everyone.
* BadAssBoast: "I... I don't understand you. But I cannot let such anarchists live! Your death has arrived!"
* DroppedABridgeOnHim: Dies rather abruptly in the Normal Path.
* FallenHero: [[spoiler:In the Demon Path.]]
* HeroAntagonist: Embodies this trope. Even the Nereids he opposes are aware that he is a noble, just man.
* LaughingMad: [[spoiler:In the Demon Path, does this after Kanan convinces him that he's always been a BloodKnight at nature and that his heroic past was only an excuse for him to kill.]]
* LukeIAmYourFather: [[spoiler:To Penn. Penn decides to stay because he's already made his choice to grow up and live with the Nereids. Still, he's proud of the fact that his father is a renowned hero.]]
* SanitySlippage: [[spoiler:In the Demon Path.]]

!! Lobo

Male Sepp who is the leader of the Yesterwind, a BlackMarket organization that kidnaps and smuggles children.


* DirtyCoward: After Endorph manages to subdue him, he begs Christophe (who he was just holding at knife-point moments ago) to spare him.
* DontYouDarePityMe: When Christophe offered him the chance to come with him and stop being a criminal, Lobo tells him that he doesn't need his pity and proceeds to hold him hostage.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Despite being the leader of secret organization that specializes in kidnapping and selling children, he is disgusted by Hawthorne's action to his "daughters." [[spoiler: He also leaves Revya due to their psychotic nature.]]
* EvilCounterpart: To Christophe
* EvilFormerFriend: Evidently, he and Christophe used to be friends.
* GoodSmokingEvilSmoking: The "Evil Smoking" to Christophe's "Good Smoking". Lobo smokes a cigarette.
* ForgottenChildhoodFriend: To Christophe
* FreudianExcuse: His past with Christophe has left him with serious trust issues. [[spoiler:In the Demon Path, he either refuses to believe that Revya trusts him or is actively hurt that she doesn't, depending on the dialogue.]]
%%* GutturalGrowler
* KarmaHoudini: Unlike his KarmicDeath in the Normal Path, Demon Path Lobo [[spoiler:gets to betray Revya and walk away scott-free in the "good ending".]]
* NonActionBigBad: Being that he's a rank coward, he never risks his life as long as he's got mooks.
* OnlySaneMan: [[spoiler:In the Demon Path, where he eventually betrays and ditches Revya.]]
* ShootTheDog: Is summarily executed by Cuthbert in order to keep his more noble brother's (Christophe) hands clean.


Cuthbert is Christophe's younger brother. He doesn't appear often, so his goals are quite mysterious but implied to be rather shady.

* CombatMedic: Is from the Medic class.
* TheDragon: For Lobo.
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: More of working with less honorable people, Cuthburt really cares about his big brother. [[spoiler: The Demon Path reveals that Cuthburt joined Yesterwind because Christophe was ill and he needed the money to fund for a cure to save him.]]
* EvilCounterpart: To Vitali.
* BadGuysDoTheDirtyWork: [[spoiler:Kills Lobo to ensure Christophe's hands stay clean.]]
* LiquidAssets: His tech Glutton Gain drains the entire opposing party of HP and bestows it upon Cuthbert's party.
* NobleTopEnforcer: For Lobo. [[spoiler:He even ends up killing his boss himself]].
* OnlySaneMan: Shares this with Shauna and Lobo in the Demon Path, [[spoiler:but then Shauna too goes insane and Lobo abandons Revya.]]
* OutDamnedSpot: In his final moments, he talks about how his hands are stained by evil that he cannot remove no matter how much he scrubs.
* StartOfDarkness: He began working for Lobo to pay off medicine for Christophe.
* TheStrategist: For Shauna during your second encounter with her.

!! Shauna
!!!Voiced by: Creator/KaoriMizuhashi (JP), Creator/KarenStrassman (EN)

Shauna is a gypsy and bandit who despises the poor and actually prefers to rob them of what little they have rather than target individuals with items worth stealing. She is a recurring boss fight due to her actions making the world worse for everyone and her own grudges against Revya's party.


* AlasPoorVillain: in the Normal Path.
* DanceBattler: She's of the Gypsy class.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Possibly has one of the most brutal backstories in the game.
* DarkChick: In the Demon Path
* DarkSkinnedRedhead
* DeadpanSnarker: Trish is openly contemptuous of everyone and everything, and this is the Normal Path.
* DespairEventHorizon: [[spoiler:After her sister dies in the Demon Path, she completely loses all will to live. Even her combat vocals change to hollow monosyllabic grunts.]]
* DubNameChange: Her name in the Japanese version is Schema.
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: [[spoiler:Is quite protective of her sister.]]
* EvilCounterpart: To Endorph. Despite initially being in his band of thieves, Shauna hated his altruistic ways.
* HeelFaceDoorSlam: [[spoiler:Just when she lightens up and tells Tricia that she's her sister and wants to stay with her, she dies of a fatal disease.]]
* {{Jerkass}}: She constantly gets in your way out of what seems to be primarily spite. Not only that, but her speciality is robbing from the poor despite them not having anything worth taking.
* KickTheSonOfABitch: [[spoiler:Kills Hawthorne]] in both paths. [[spoiler: She's way too late]] in the Demon Path though.
* MoralityChain: In the Demon Path, [[spoiler: after Trish kills herself, after which she gives up on everything and devolves into yet another AxCrazy murderer.]]
* MoralityPet: [[spoiler: Trish is this for her]] in the Demon Path, or at least, gives her emotion. [[spoiler: But after that fifty-five day skip...]]
* MsFanservice: The biggest example in the game.
* NotSoDifferent: To [[VideoGame/PhantomBrave Endorph]], albeit much more nihilistic.
* ParentalAbandonment: [[spoiler:Of her own choice, as a child, no less. Tells her father to take baby Trish while she goes with a servant and escape the mob outside of their home.]]
* PayEvilUntoEvil: [[spoiler:Kills Hawthorne, Trish's "father", a rapist and murderer.]]
%%* PetTheDog
* TheStarscream: To Endorph. She is not very fond of Endorph turning their group of bandits into Robin Hood-style vigilantes, and wants to go back to stealing from people for their own selfish gain.
%%* SillyRabbitIdealismIsForKids
* TeamMom[=/=]OnlySaneMan: Serves as this in the Demon Path, [[spoiler:at least until Trish commits suicide.]]

!! Nash and Lerouche

Shauna's two sidekicks. Generic Pyre Mages.


* AscendedExtra: They actually get screentime in the Demon Path. And lines!
* PlayingWithFire: The are Pyre Mages.
%%* ThoseTwoBadGuys
* UndyingLoyalty: To Shauna


Hawthorne is Trish's father and a very wealthy man who is quite a bit older than he is. Shauna hates him and captures him to prove a point to Trish.


* LaserGuidedKarma: [[spoiler:Is killed by Shauna in both routes.]]
* RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil: Used to show how evil he really is.
* SatelliteCharacter: He role is the plot is defined by his relationship with Tricia and Shauna, and by his connection with the Yesterwind.
* WifeHusbandry: [[spoiler:Sick example of it. He raises girls as his daughters until he rapes and murders them when they turn 17.]]

[[folder:'''Spoiler Characters''']]
'''WARNING''': All of these characters are {{Walking Spoiler}}s and their very existences and identities are considered major twists. Read at your own risk.

!!Dio of the Evil Eye

The true Dio of the Evil Eye and the younger brother of "Dio", whose real name is Odie. He is the scion of the prestigious Dio line, who began their service under Median the Conqueror centuries ago and now serve as advisors for the queen of Orviska. Under his guidance the empire has grown increasingly aggressive and he appears to despise Revya's group.

* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Layna is his (and his family's) someone better, and he hates her for it. Also, he's this to Odie.
* BoomStick: His weapon, since he is a Dracosage.
* ClimaxBoss: The last boss fought before crossing over to the other world. The battle in which you directly fight him and one before it are two of the longest and most tactically involving in the game, forcing you to carefully work your way around cramped terrain and bring down hordes of enemy troops. Dio himself is one of the very few enemies in the normal path to travel with a full team of nine units. And just to drive the point home, [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome Rock n Rock's]] plays during the battle.
* TheDragon: To Gestahl.
* EvilChancellor: Subverted. He's totally loyal to the queen (and in the Demon Path actively risks his life to save her), but still an asshole.
* EvilCounterpart: To Odie.
* EvilSorcerer
* GuestStarPartyMember: Forced to join the party in the Demon Path for a brief amount of time.
* HeelFaceTurn: In the Demon Path, plays a HeroAntagonist role since he's initially to protect Orviska, and rescue the queen after Revya takes over. After Ghestal's death, he makes a full turn towards good and vows to work to better the world after Revya's defeat.
* HeroAntagonist: In the Demon Path.
* NotSoDifferent: Is accused of being the same as Raksha in the normal path, to which he replies that Raksha doesn't actually want to rule anything, he just doesn't want anyone to give him orders.
* RedemptionEarnsLife: In the Demon Path Good Ending.
* ScrewTheRulesIMakeThem: His response to Odie calling him immoral magic is that laws are for commoners and that those who makes laws are above them.
* ShockAndAwe: Like the others dracosage units, his staff shoots thunderbolts.
* SquishyWizard: he is a Dracosage unit.
* TookALevelInKindness: He's portrayed as a much more heroic character in the demon path. He even acknowledges Odie as a worthy bearer of the Dio lineage.
* UndyingLoyalty: To Median, even in death. So much so that the entire family spent over 200 years trying to revive and keep him alive.
** Also to Diness, making repeated attempts to save her in the Demon Path.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: He was a jerk, make no mistake, but he was doing what he thought was best for the world. Killing Layna is just to satiate his pride though.

!!Blazing Gestahl
!!!Voiced by: Creator/PatrickSeitz (EN)

Gestahl is an undead swordsman with unmatched power and a known companion and protector of the Dio line. He is covered in bandages and spends much of his time in stasis.


* AsskickingEqualsAuthority: As Median the Conqueror, folks.
* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking
* BadassNormal: As far the setting is concerned, he's an ordinary human with no magic any tricks boosting his power.
* BonusBoss: As Median the Conqueror, and is the strongest enemy in the game. You gain access to him after you beat him.
* CameBackWrong: As Gesthal, he has to contantly use Crimson Tears and other peoples' lives to sustain his current state.
* ClimaxBoss: Since the real final boss is an AnticlimaxBoss to a certain extent, Gestahl is the last truly difficult foe in the Normal path.
* DarkIsEdgy: His powers are essentially Revya's Demon powers turned UpToEleven.
* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: As Median. Granted Gig was still Vigilance at the time, but the guy killed the ''freakin' GrimReaper!'' And if you lose to [[BonusBoss him]], Virtuous falls too, though doesn't exactly end well for him.
** BrokeYourArmPunchingOutCthulhu: Killing Gig left the souls on Haephness vulnerable to Drazil's influence, and dies later at Virtuous' hands.
* TheDragon: For Dio.
** But not really. Dio is his [[TheDragon Dragon]].
* GuestStarPartyMember: Joins you for a few battles in the Demon Path, where he is wonderfully just as much a GameBreaker as he was in the Normal path.
* IaijutsuPractitioner: Despite the Onyx Blade resembling a western longsword, Median wielded it like a katana, slicing foes with lightning fast quick-draws. This sets him apart from Revya who generally wields the blade with two hands like a traditional western longsword.
* ICannotSelfTerminate: He has to force Revya to defeat him in a clean fight; if he simply allowed them to kill him, she could not gain his full powers.
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Occasionally loses all memory.
* LightningBruiser: He's pretty much a GameBreaker.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Lord Median will have this reaction if you lose the BonusBoss battle against him. Virtuous make Median [[HeelRealization realize]] that he was a UnwittingPawn in Drazil schemes.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: You have your pick between his current name, Gesthal the Blazing Swordsman, or his previous name, Median the Conqueror. Either one is a good indicator to be very cautious when picking a fight with him.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: All the problems in Haephnes were caused by him killing Vigilance out of revenge for the death of his son and his wish to live forever and govern the united Prodesto. (To be fair, he was tricked by Drazil into doing so). Also, there's an optional moment where if you lose to him in the BonusBoss battle, he tries to kill Virtuous as well, which causes the end of the world.
* NonStandardGameOver: Causes one when fought and defeated as the BonusBoss ''Lord Median''.
* TheProblemWithFightingDeath: He was under the impression that killing the [[GrimReaper Master of Death]] will allow him to live forever and thus lead Prodesto to an age of prosperity and peace. [[FromBadToWorse By the way, he's wrong]].
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: Sacrifices himself to give Revya their EleventhHourSuperpower.
* SecretAIMoves: Averted; He's just as good as a GuestStarPartyMember as he was as a boss.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: He wants to obtain his old powers in order to save Haephnes. Before that, as Median, he killed the Master of Death in order to live forever and govern Prodesto, which had been a CrapsackWorld prior to his reign. [[TheProblemWithFightingDeath Unfortunately,]] [[FromBadToWorse things didn't turn out so well...]]

!! Layna

Layna is the true daughter of Median the Conqueror. After Virtuous killed Median for ruining the cycle of reincarnation by slaying Vigilance, Layna tracked her down and was about to kill her before having a change of heart and becoming her host. Together, they are the ones who truly defeated Gig.


* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: A much gentler example; the Drazilians don't fully trust her due to her looking different from them, but they try to help her rather than insult her.
* AsskickingEqualsAuthority: "Median's daughter, Layna, had come into her own and become a true leader." In-game, it's said she's beaten the legendary dragon Sluperam and almost killed Virtuous, the woman who killed her father.
* JackOfAllStats: Much like Revya.
* LadyOfWar: She possessed enough strength and charisma to end a civil war that followed Median's death and establish peace.
* LukeIAmYourFather: She's actually the hero's little sister from their previous life.
* OneSteveLimit: Played with in that the Lady Layna Revya had known throughout their life is actually Virtuous, the Master of Life and this is the real Layna.
* PluckyGirl: She's a LadyOfWar alight, but that doesn't stop her from acting like a carefree teenager when not in battle.
* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: Probably the oldest character that's still can be consider "human" due to having stayed in Drazil for over 200 years.
* ReverseMole: Has been working with Virtuous for the past two hundred years infiltrating Drazil's world. The player finds this out quickly after she joins.
* RoyalRapier: Her WeaponOfChoice. She also fits the 'royal' part of the trope, considering she's the daughter of Median the Conqueror.
* YouKilledMyFather: She mortally wounded Virtuous in revenge for her father's death. However, the dying Virtuous convinced her to merge with her (not unlike Revya and Gig) at the last moment.

!!!Voiced by: Creator/JamiesonPrice (EN)

Drazil is the second of the overseer gods and the lord of the alternate world that bears his name. He runs a very structured, peaceful and quiet world that lacks much in the way of identity.


* AchillesHeel: His FusionDance with Gamma and Joule is, like Raksha and Fienne, way too strong to fight outside of NewGamePlus, but killing his squads of minions around the map lowers his level enough that he's actually weaker than Gestahl.
* AllYourPowersCombined: Is ''all about this.'' Not only does he combine with his Masters of Life and Death to form the final boss, but he draws power from his Drazillian minions as well.
* AmazingTechnicolorBattlefield
* BigBad: Of the Normal Path.
* TheChessmaster: The top one in the storyline, rivaled only by Virtuous.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: In the Demon Path bad ending, he and Haephnes appear to plead with Revya to calm down. Drazil himself states that beings as powerful as Revya or themselves have responsibilities to the world and can't simply keep blowing things up. After the attempts to talk her down fail, he accepts that everything that has happened is all his fault.
* TheEvilsOfFreeWill: He, as well as his Masters of Life and Death, were disgusted with how Haephnes' world turned out. Firm believers that free will leads only to suffering and that everyone would be better off without it, this was the reason for his WorldOfSilence.
* HeelFaceTurn: In the Demon Path bad ending. It's too late then, however.
* JerkassGods: He's pretty much a walking example of GodIsEvil on his world.
* JerkassHasAPoint: Vigilance was almost swayed to his side because an ordered and structured world with limited growth or expression is not necessarily a bad thing. However, he's implied to have rejected Drazil's vision because Drazil has too much self interest to make responsible decisions with his world. He considered the world of Drazil to be a world of the dead, a sentiment later unknowingly echoed by Gig.
* KarmaHoudini: In the Demon Path good ending, due to the game ending with Revya's defeat, he never suffers an punishment for his actions. Also in both Median Endings.
* KnightTemplar: Damn brutal one. As long as his plans work, he doesn't care how much people suffer for his atrocities in the process, and he doesn't object to eating souls either.
* LackOfEmpathy: He doesn't care what people suffer during Gig and the World Eaters' rampage since he feels they're happier living in his world anyways.
* LargeHam: He ''is'' voiced by Creator/JamiesonPrice in the Dub.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Revya's actions in the Demon Path leave Drazil struck with guilt and fully aware he's entirely at fault for what she's done.
* OrcusOnHisThrone: Justified, unless somebody comes to challenge him on his world, not matter what happens on Haephness, as long his Masters of Life and Death can influence the flow of souls, he wins no matter what.
%%* SmugSnake
* TheUnfettered: Beyond the deaths he caused on Haephness, there's also what he did to Resilience.
* WellIntentionedExtremist
* WorldOfSilence: His world, where the people all look the same and have no sense of individuality. Dialogue with some of the random people reveals that even how long they live is subject to Drazil's control.
* YourSoulIsMine: Can eat souls of anybody he has Dominion over to gain power. Does this to bunch of random followers to create two clones of himself.f

!!Gama and Joules

Drazil's Masters of Life and Death, contrasting Virtuous and Vigilance respectively. They are arrogant, condescending, brutal and absolutely loyal to Drazil.


* CoDragons: To Drazil
* CurbStompBattle: To Gestahl when he tries fighting them.
* EvilBrit: Both of them.
* EvilIsPetty: Gig complains that Drazil's world prevents anyone from every knowing "the divine beauty of the hotpod." The two of them apparently hate hotpods so much they actually respond that another reason their would is better is that it doesn't have those.
* FauxAffablyEvil: They try to come as polite, and likely see themselves as such, but underneath that they're even more condescending than Gig.
* MrExposition: Regarding Drazil's plan.
* SatelliteCharacter: The one scene they have presents them as this to each other, without them even having any major distinguishing personality traits.
%%* SmugSnake
%%* TheUnfettered
* TheUnfought: Outside of the FusionDance with Drazil.
* YourSoulIsMine: Like Drazil, they can eat the souls of anybody they have Dominion over. They do this to Thuris, and try to to Fienne, but Gig and Revya MercyKill her before they get the chance.

!! The Devourlord

The HeroicMime of our story, except far less pleasant. In the Demon Path, instead of trying to save the world, Revya is hell-bent on having a good time by causing death and despair with every step they take. In doing so, they eventually rule over Prodesto and christens themself "The Devourlord".
* BloodKnight: Absolutely loves killing people.
* TheCorrupter: The Devourlord actions causes several characters to go through severe SanitySlippage with Galahad and Thorndyke getting the worst of it.
* DemonicPossession: Played with. While Gig inhabits their body, the game is very vague how much of Revya's change in personality is caused by Gig's possession.
* TheEmpire: After taking over Orviska, they decide to create one and make themselves its EvilOverlord, the Devourlord. Unfortunately, they were asleep when Gig decided to name it the [[SuperFunHappyThingOfDoom BFF Empire]].
* EvilAllAlong: One interpretation of Revya in the Demon Path as Gig feigns any responsibility of having caused Revya's sudden turn.
* EvilerThanThou: Throughout the game, their actions disturb the villains just as much as heroes of the main game. By the end of the Bad Ending, they devour Gig's soul and destroys everything including the game's BigGood AND BigBad.
* ForTheEvulz: The Devourlord's final words before they erase everything perfectly captures their motivation for everything they have done.
-->'''Revya:''' It doesn't matter. It was fun.
* GodzillaThreshold: By the end, the atrocities of the Devourlord causes many of the villains to join the heroes in defeating them. Even Drazil, the Normal Path's BigBad, joins forces with the BigGood when he realizes that Revya isn't going to be responsible with their newfound powers.
* KnightOfCerebus: Revya's implacable cruelty in the Demon Path is the main reason why it's so dark.
* LastVillainStand: The final battle is a twist on the FinalBoss battle. Every heroic character in the game, some of whom make a HeelFaceTurn due to the Devourlord's actions, stand ready to take on the Devourlord, the player's character. The ending changes depending on whether the Devourlord wins or loses.
* LaughingMad: After devouring Gig's soul, they realize just how powerful yet alone they are without Gig. The realization cause them to let out a very creepy laugh.
* MeaningfulName: Revya choosing the name Devourlord is rather prophetic considering that they learn that they are a World Eater and that the destruction of their dimension began with them devouring Gig's soul.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast[=/=]RedBaron: It doesn't get any worse than '''The Devourlord'''.
* OmnicidalManiac: The Devourlord absolutely loves destruction so it should come as no surprise what they plan to do once they obtain that power of an Overseer God.
* {{Sadist}}: They absolutely enjoy the suffering of others. When they feel that killing people left and right is getting boring, they find alternate ways to make the people around them suffer. Particularly horrific examples include threatening Penn's life unless the Nereids and the Knights of Raide fight each other to the death and keeping Pinot alive just so they can slaughter Agrippa before her very eyes.
* SealedEvilInACan: In a twist of irony, upon losing the final battle, Revya gets sealed in the Onyx Blade just like Gig before him.
* SuicidalCosmicTemperTantrum: Despite Haephnes and Drazil doing their best to work together, they cannot stop Revya from destroying all of existence in spite of potentially killing themselves in the process. Doesn't matter to them. "It was fun."
* SuperFunHappyThingOfDoom: While the Devourlord is a terrifying name, the name of their empire, ''the BFF Empire'', is not. Gig named it during their sleep and refuses to have it changed.
* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: Revya spams Demon Blast, a skill known for copious amounts of BladeSpam and BeamSpam, to destroy the entire universe.
* UnwittingPawn: What they would have been if the player took the Normal Path, being the one to restore the cycle of souls. It's implied that this is the reason they turn on Virtuous, feeling that they was nothing more than a tool for her.
* VillainProtagonist: Very much so. The entire story is about their rise as a villain and they pretty much become BigBad by the end.
* VillainousFriendship: With Gig in the Demon Path, both of them enjoying the death and destruction that they're causing throughout Prodesto. Even at the end of the Good Ending, as horrified as Vigilance was about their actions, he enjoyed his time with Revya, saying that Gig was very lonely before he met them. When Vigilance leaves, Revya is distraught and doesn't bother to fight back when the heroes decide their fate.
* WhereIWasBornAndRazed: Revya's first act of villainy? Killing everyone in their village.
* WouldHurtAChild: Revya makes it clear all throughout the game that they not only do not spare children, but they would make them their first targets if it will make things more interesting. Particular moments include killing a Sepp child in front of his parents, threatening Penn's life if the Nereids and the Knights of Raide don't fight to the death, and killing Agrippa right in front of Pinot (not too long after they saved her life no less).
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: Revya devours Gig in the Demon Path's Victory ending.