Here is the page detailing the specific characters that inhabit the world of Blue Dragon
. Tropes relating to the anime are also mixed in.
Tropes Applying to All Shadow Users
- The Chosen Many: All over the place in the games.
- In the anime, it's the legend of the descendants of the Seven Soldiers of Light that plays the role during season one. Suddenly, you notice that the five Shadow users and Bouquet are only six of the descendants. The last one turns out to be Nene himself.
- Person of Mass Destruction: Everyone except Bouquet has tremendous destructive power.
- Bare Your Midriff
- Bat out of Hell
- Bigger Bad: In the anime, season one.
- The Chessmaster: In the anime.
- Cool Big Sis: Towards all of her companions in the anime, especially Kluke. You could just imagine how they all took her Face-Heel Turn at the last moment...
- Demonic Possession: In the anime, it's implied that the evil within her came from Killer Bat itself, which justifies why she's so evil.
- Heel-Face Turn
- The Leader
- The Mole
- For a while, she plays Double Agent, since she wants to help Shu, and has to help Nene because she owes him. Nene's Evil Plan means she can do both. Nene treats her like a party member and it's unknown if she knew about his gambit, or was Just Following Orders when the light spheres where given to Shu, Jiro, and Kluke. She betrays Nene because Shu shows her she has power inside, and she didn't need Nene's power. Locking her up and ordering a bunch of Mecha Robos to kill her probably has something to do with it too...
- Pirate / Pirate Girl: She dresses like one.
- Used to Be a Sweet Kid: At least in the anime.
- Video Game Stealing / Status Buff
- Walking the Earth: In the anime, she traveled the world to find the other six descendants of the Soldiers of Light.
(Anime) Voiced by: Akimitsu Takase (Japanese), Kim Strauss
(English), Peter Spellos (English, from episode 31 on)
Leader of Nene's Mecha Robo army.
- Fusion Dance: Fuses with the Demon King Robots to form Ultimate Szabo.
Hippopotamus Voiced by: Yūichi Nagashima (Japanese), Michael Sorich