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The Demon Slayer
One of the brave warriors who travels to Boletaria in order to free it from or join forces with the Old One.
The Maiden in Black
People found within the lands veiled in the Colorless Fog who have found their way to the Nexus.
A former resident of the Boletaria Palace who watches over the extra belongings of Demon slayers. He's worried about his wife and daughter, who were left behind during the chaos when King Allant unleashed the Colorless Fog.
Voiced by: Mike CarterA former resident of the Stonefang Tunnels and twin brother to Blacksmith Ed. Both him and Ed carry a set of gauntlets named the Hands of God, which once belonged to a dragon slayer who was known as the Legendary Big M. His arms are lightly covered in scales, indicating that he left the Tunnels before the curse enveloping the Burrowers took a worse hold on him.
Voiced by: Matt MorganA nameless soul who wallows in depression within the Nexus. He makes his seat in front of the Archstone leading to the Boletarian Palace.
Worshipper of God
A follower of Saint Urbain and former resident of the Boletarian Palace. Her grandfather was a traveler and miner, as she has his old pickaxe and a Pure Faintstone he once found in the Stonefang Tunnels.
Acolyte of God
A follower of Saint Urbain, who went with him to the Shrine of Storms. He abandoned Urbain after Patches knocked the Saint into a pit and implores the player to rescue him.
Disciple of God
A follower of Saint Urbain, who teaches basic Miracles to the faithful (Faith stat above 10). He disappears once Saint Urbain is rescued.
A ward of Sage Freke, who teaches basic Spells to those interested in it (Magic stat above 10). He asks the player to rescue Freke from the Tower of Latria.
Yuria the Witch
Voiced by: Jenny FunnelA witch who was born with a magical ring in her hand, she was persecuted from a young age as a threat. As she grew older, her hatred lead to a thirst for power, leading her to venturing into Boletaria. There, she was defeated and imprisoned within a tower of the Palace. Yuria is the only one other than Sage Freke to teach advanced Spells through the exchange of Demon's souls. Her Witchcraft is accomplished by using emotions to channel the raw power of a Demon's soul.
Patches the Hyena
Voiced by: William VanderpuyeA graverobbing vagabond with a dislike for the clergy. He sets up shop in the Nexus should you meet him and escape from his traps.
Sage Freke the Visionary
Voiced by: Mike HarbourA powerful user of the Soul Arts who has a long-standing rivalry with Saint Urbain. He is friends with the enchanter Geri, who has made many magical artifacts. Freke originally set upon stopping the siege on the Tower of Latria, but was defeated and imprisoned. Sage Freke teaches advanced Spells through the exchange of Demon's souls. His Magic is accomplished by studying the essence of a Demon's soul.
Voiced by: Jon KeebleA high-ranking official in the Church, Saint Urbain lead an entourage of clergymen into Boletaria to eradicate the Demons. He has a long-standing rivalry with Sage Freke. Saint Urbain teaches advanced Miracles through the "purification" of Demon's souls.
Yurt the Silent Chief
A warrior claiming to be a Demon slayer who is trapped in the Tower of Latria. He is actually a sociopathic mercenary under the employment of the Order of Souls to slay all who know of the Soul Arts. If freed and not killed right away, he will start murdering the residents of the Nexus until you are the only one left.
Voiced by: Hannah McBrideA mysterious woman who appears in the Nexus should Yurt be killed and the player have Pure Black Character Tendency. Mephistopheles is a high-ranking member of the Order of Souls: a group who wish to keep the way of the Soul Arts to themselves. She wishes to employ the player to finish Yurt's job. Once accomplishing this, she will attack the player.
Boletarian Palace Residents
Dregling MerchantA dregling who has kept sane in the Fog by selling wares to passing Demon slayers for souls.
Ostrava of Boletaria
Voiced by: Josh CohenA knight in fluted armor wielding a rune sword and shield. His real name is Prince Ariona Allant, and he is the son of King Allant XII. He seeks his father's council, but kills himself after finding out that a demonic farce sits on the throne. Before doing so, he entrusts the player with his sword, shield, and the key to the Allant family mausoleum. He then turns into a Black Phantom and serves as the last obstacle before facing the False Allant.
Executioner MiraldaKing Allant's personal henchwoman, Miralda became a stain upon Boletaria. She follows the word of the False Allant without fail. Miralda's execution grounds becomes available after gaining either Pure White or Pure Black World Tendency for the Boletarian Palace. She wields a massive axe forged from a guillotine blade and wears a set of patchwork leather robes. Miralda appears as a human in a PWWT or as a Black Phantom in a PBWT.
Biorr of the Twin Fangs
Voiced by: Mike CarterOlder brother of Vallarfax, Biorr and his brother were known as the Twin Fangs amongst the Knights of the Round Table of Boletaria. Biorr is a mountain of a man, wielding a great sword in his right hand and a massive crossbow in his left hand, even wearing a full suit of Brushwood Armor. Should he survive and fight his way through the Demon hordes, he meets his end against the Blue Dragon. Unless you kill the dragon faster than it kills him.
Stonefang Tunnel Residents
Filthy ManA strange, emaciated man who has somehow escaped the curse that has befallen the Burrowers. Like the Dregling Merchant, he stays sane by selling his stolen wares to Demon slayers for souls.
Voiced by: Mike CarterA resident of the Stonefang Tunnels and twin brother to Blacksmith Boldwin. Both him and Boldwin carry a set of gauntlets named the Hands of God, which once belonged to a dragon slayer who was known as the Legendary Big M. He is covered in more scales than Boldwin. His greater single-minded focus on smithing is a result of the curse that corrupted the Burrowers into the Excavators.
Scirvir the Wanderer
Voiced by: Jonathan KyddA wanderer who seeks the treasures of the unknown. He has journeyed into the Stonefang Tunnels in hopes of finding the Dragon Bone Smasher: a massive great sword that is without an edge. He only appears once the player has a Pure White World Tendency for the Stonefang Tunnels. He appears as a Black Phantom during a PBWT.
Tower of Latria Residents
Once Royal MistressA tortured soul within the Prison of Hope, she sings to pass the time and keep what sanity she has left. The Mistress is willing to sell off whatever she has left from the time before the Old Monk returned and took over the Tower.
Lord RydellThe spirit of a former Lord, he is also known as "Little Allant" and is possibly related to King Allant. Due to a curse placed on him, his spirit is trapped in a cell and unable to reach his corpse. His is known for his combat staff, the Phosphorescent Pole, which he stole from a sky witch. Rydell appears as a Blue Phantom during a PWWT, allowing his side quest, or a Black Phantom during a PBWT.
Shrine of Storms Residents
Voiced by: Rupert H. EvansA scavenger similar to Patches, he takes what he can from the dead to sell to passing Demon slayers. Wanting to be rid of his competition, Patches trapped Blige in a jail cell.
Sparkly the CrowAn unseen bird whose nest is atop the highest point of the first area of the Shrine of Storms. She is willing to trade "sparkly, twinkly" items for supplies.
Master SatsukiA wandering swordsman seeking the magic sword Makoto, which he says is a family heirloom, for his father. He's lying. Should the player acquire the Makoto and return to Satsuki, he will attempt to take the blade for himself and attack. He can be seen perched atop a wall in all World Tendencies, but shall come down once a Pure White World Tendency is achieved. He appears as a Black Phantom during a PBWT.
Valley of Defilement Residents
Filthy WomanAn old crone who is a native resident of the Valley. She salvages and sells the weapons and armor of the priests and temple knights who have fallen within the Valley, both from Astraea's entourage and from clergy warriors who journeyed to confirm the rumors of Astraea becoming a Demon.
Selen VinlandA church warrior in search of her brother Garl, to tell him of their father's passing. She appears after the death of the Dirty Colossus and when the player achieves a Pure White World Tendency. Otherwise, she'll appear as a Black Phantom during a Pure Black World Tendency.
Boletarian Palace Bosses
PhalanxThe corrupted form of the tribeswoman Long Bow Oolan, one of the Knights of the Round Table of Boletaria. She was a great archer, although the only reason she chose to become one was to ensure that she never had to put her life in danger in the front-lines. The legionaries that protected her in life have now become Hoplites: spineless blobs wielding a large shield and spears. Oolan herself has now become the helpless, spineless core blob "Phalanx". She is protected by her Hoplites like she was in life.
Tower KnightThe corrupted form of the Knight of the Tower, Alfred, a Knight of the Round Table of Boletaria. He was renown for his unique Tower Shield, forged to stop almost any physical or magical attack. Once he became a Demon, he grew to a great height and wields a larger form of his shield.
PenetratorThe corrupt form of the Knight of the Lance, Metas, a Knight of the Round Table of Boletaria. As a human, he wielded a straight-sword longer than most spears. As a Demon, he still wields his unique sword, albeit a version bolstered by Demon's souls.
False King Allant
Voiced by: Peter MarinkerA Demonic doppelganger created by the real Allant to rule Boletaria in his stead and spread the Colorless Fog. The False King wields a specter version of the Soulbrandt, and his Demon Soul is used to reforge the Demonbrandt and Soulbrandt into the Northern Regalia.
Stonefang Tunnel Bosses
Armor SpiderA mysterious Demon spider that casts fire magic and is strong against it, but is weak towards other kinds of magic. It is the possible source of Spiderstone found within the Tunnels.
FlamelurkerA Demon trapped within the Tunnels, along with the Dragon God. Its origins are shrouded in mystery. One fan theory is that it is the Demon-corrupted soul of the Legendary Big M, a strongman who could slay dragons with his bare fists. A second theory is that it is the corrupted form of the last King of the Burrowers, as the Flamelurker's head resembles the shape of the Burrower King's head and circlet depicted on the Stonefang Archstone. Its soul can be given to Blacksmith Ed, allowing him to forge more powerful weapons.
Dragon GodAn ancient dragon whose bones were contained and worshiped within the deepest depths of the Stonefang Tunnels. The Burrowers feared that their God would resurrect, and built a special temple around its skeleton with enchanted ballistae stationed so that they could fell it. Their fears were well founded, as when the Colorless Fog reached the chamber, it tapped into the innate power within the bones and resurrected the Dragon God as a malicious Demon. Its skeleton was used as the source of Dragonstone.
Tower of Latria Bosses
Fool's IdolA Demon marionette created by the Old Monk with the soul of his wife to trick the prisoners into believing the Queen was still alive. There is a mage dregling prisoner overlooking the chapel, claiming to be of no trouble. He's lying. He was bound there to resurrect the Fool's Idol should anyone fell it in combat. The Idol will only be completely defeated should the dregling be killed.
ManeaterA gargoyle-like chimera Demon created by the Old Monk. It has a man's face, a muscular body, wings, and the tail of a serpent. Partway through the battle, a second one appears.
Old MonkThe husband of the late Queen, he was exiled for unknown reasons. During his exile, he came across a Golden Robe, which imbued him with Demonic power. He eventually returned to Latria, and using his newfound power, overthrew his wife and her family. He transformed the Tower into a combination prison and Demon factory. Upon reaching the throne room, it is revealed that the Old Monk has withered to a corpse, and the Golden Robe is the actual Demon.
Shrine of Storms Bosses
AdjudicatorThe first stage in the ritual that the Shadowmen performed to appease the Storm King required the dead to be judged by the Adjudicator. It is a large, blubbery creature with a reptilian tongue. It wields a pair of giant cleavers, the left one of which is broken. Atop its head sits a crown with a golden crow on it. Similar to the Golden Robe being the true Demon rather than the Old Monk, the golden crow is the true Demon rather than the creature it sits upon. The crow would judge the fallen, and ordered its host to eat the corpses of the cowardly and the corpses of those who ate birds in their diet.
Old HeroThe second stage in the ritual that the Shadowmen performed to appease the Storm King was that the dead who passed judgement be laid upon an altar during a storm and be purified. The Old Hero, also known as the Searcher of Storms, was potentially the only one to not go through with the ritual after having fallen out of favor with his clansmen. His body is found chained to a wall overlooking the shrine, forced to "watch" as more worthy warriors were honored. After the Colorless Fog spread to the Shrine, it touched the spark within the Old Hero's decayed body, allowing him to emerge from it in a soul form. During life, he was a blind warrior who, with the help of his crystal sword, spent his life surviving by luck and an acute awareness of his surroundings. His Demon form also has these limitations.
Storm KingThe last stage in the ritual that the Shadowmen performed to appease the Storm King was that the purified body be set upon a final altar for the Storm King to consume. The Storm King is a rather massive version of the regular Storm Beasts encountered. It leaves part of the fighting to its minions, and will only step in after each wave of minions is killed. Its only weakness is the Stormruler blade found along the beach among the grave markers. While only in this specific area, the Stormruler will emit a wave of energy said to be able to rend storms as a means to combat the Storm King and its minions.
Valley of Defilement Bosses
LeechmongerThe corrupted form of the fallen Risaia of Istarel, one of the wards of Maiden Astraea. After she met her death at the hands of three Giant Deprived Ones, Risaia's body fell into a mass of leeches, which feasted upon it. The Fog touched the soul-enhanced leeches, creating the Leechmonger.
Dirty ColossusA mysterious golem made from the corruption inhabiting the Valley. Faceless, asymmetrical in build, covered in "armor" made of broken shells and wood. Its right "hand" is an infected growth and its left is a void which fires out flies. Some speculate that it was made from the corpse of Vito the Moonlight Knight, one of Astraea's wards.
Maiden Astraea and Garl Vinland
Voiced by: Clare Corbett (Saint Astraea); Josh Cohen (Garl Vinland)The Sixth Saint of the Church, Astraea set out on a pilgrimage to find the Valley of Defilement. Upon reaching the Valley, Astraea took pity upon the abandoned masses. Her and her closest bodyguard, Garl Vinland, set off to help bring comfort to those awaiting their death. When the Fog arrived, Astraea's faith shattered. She wholly accepted the Fog, becoming a Demon martyr. Despite the rest of the clergy and the Church turning against her, Garl stood by her side the entire time.Once the player starts Selen's side quest, Garl is encountered as a Black Phantom.
Old King Doran
Voiced by: Chris FairbanksThe founder of Boletaria, Doran is also known as the Last Hero and the Everlasting One. After his death, he became a demigod and was charged to protect both the royal family and their greatest treasure: the Northern Regalia. When King Allant sought out the Old One, he went to the mausoleum and split the weapon into its two halves: Demonbrandt and Soulbrandt. Allant took the Soulbrandt for his own, leaving the Demonbrandt behind. Doran wields a spectral replica of the Northern Regalia and still wears his Ancient King's armor, although the bronze armor has long since turned green from oxidization.
Red and Blue DragonsThe "pets" of the False Allant that he brought with him to Boletaria. They make their roost among the mountains beside the Cliff Pathway, using the Palace as their feeding grounds. Their only appearance is in the Boletarian Palace world, and they disappear until the next playthrough once the False Allant is killed.
VanguardA large Demon with a rather Cthulhu-like appearance, a horned head, and three eyes. It wields a massive battle axe. A weaker version is faced as the boss of the Tutorial area, while the stronger version is faced in the Shrine of Storms.
Primeval DemonGigantic maggot-like newborn Demons, they only appear in worlds where you have a near-Black or Pure Black World Tendency. Only five can be encountered in each playthrough of the game. Their Colorless Demon's Souls are described as "powerless" and are used to upgrade certain legendary weapons.
Below the Nexus
Fallen King Allant
Voiced by: Peter MarinkerThe deteriorated form of King Allant, a result of the deaths of the Old One's Archdemons. His depression lead to the reawakening of the Old One, Allant playing off his personal suffering as belonging to the world. In the end, he wishes the world destroyed as an escape from his suffering. Even in his horrific state, he clings to the Soulbrandt.
The Old OneAn ancient being, almost as old as the Maiden in Black, which appears as an enormous tree. Its origins are unknown, its will is unknown. The Old One is the source of all Soul Arts.