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Bozu & Sue
Bozu is voiced by: Hiroki Goto (JP), Dave Cain (EN)
Sue is voiced by: Kyoko Namekawa (JP), Kia Fulton (EN)
Two members of Phantom Lord who act as Gajeel's lackeys. Bozu uses Sound Magic, which lets him produce deafening sounds to hinder his opponents. Sue uses Mirror Magic, with which she can deflect others' magic back at them.
- Ambiguously Brown: Both. Bozu looks to be of African descent and Sue might be Indian as she has a small, green oval-shaped jewel (similar to a Bindi) in the center of her forehead which is usually seen in Indian Hindu culture.
- Attack Reflector: Sue. Her Mirror Magic utilizes numerous mirrors, which are used to absorb and reflect an enemy's attacks, as well as to temporarily disable an opponent's movements.
- Butt Monkey: Gajeel threatens to blame them in case of Lucy's death. They also get caught in Gajeel and Natsu's attacks and are flung around like pinballs.
- Continuity Cameo: They appear briefly alongside Bora in the anime's Fantasia parade sequence. Then again, during the Grand Magic Games arc where all of the other guilds are fighting the dragons.
- Cool Shades: Bozu sports a pair of gold-framed glasses that have purple lenses, with one of these lenses being mostly broken.
- Defeat Means Friendship: After Phantom Lord is disbanded, they turn out to be pretty decent people.
- The Ditz: Sue thinks Happy is a red dog, but considering her magic...
- Karma Houdini: Unless you consider the Butt Monkey entry above, and the fact that their guild gets disbanded, they don't suffer much retribution for what they do to Reedus and Loke.
- Musical Assassin: Bozu’s Magic is based on sound. His attacks utilize various levels of sound intensity (visually shown as a swarm of musical notes), which can either stun his opponent or knock them unconscious.
- Nice Hat: Sue wears a purple, jester-like hat adorned with the Phantom Lord symbol.
- Pretty in Mink: Bozu has a furred collar on his jacket.
Voiced by: Yuu Kobayashi (JP), Gwendolyn Lau (EN)
A young woman who saw a dragon as a child, and resolves to take revenge on the people who didn't believe her by creating an artificial dragon powered by Dragon Slayer Magic.
- Arc Villain: Of her own self-entitled filler arc, where she lures in and traps Natsu to use him as a battery for her dragon robot and then attempts to destroy Magnolia with it.
- American Accents: In the English dub, she speaks with a Southern twang. It's fake, though, and she drops it when she decides to get serious.
- Bad Boss: Whenever her lizard-men are destroyed, she shrugs it off and makes more. Also present when she ordered her artificial dragon hatchlings to devour one another for "failing" to detect the villagers she made vanish, even though it wasn't their fault.
- Continuity Cameo: Is very briefly seen in episode 114 inside a prison cell. The end of the 2014 anime also listed her arc among the callbacks of the previous stories.
- Card-Carrying Villain: While never stating to be outright evil, the vibes are still there.
- Climax Boss: Was supposed to be this in the anime, but the anime continued past her arc due to popularity
- Cute and Psycho: Constantly switches between cheerful with a high-pitched voice to sinister with a deep, creepy voice.
- Deer in the Headlights: Right before Natsu knocks her out, she sees the image of Igneel behind him, which brings her to tears at seeing a dragon again.
- Disproportionate Retribution: She gets revenge on the villagers who ignored her by tampering with the invisibility spell they use to hide from her proto-dragons, making it so they remain invisible for all time. When Natsu defeats her, the curse disappears.
- Ditto Fighter: Her Lizardmen who copy the fighting style of her opponents, effectively making a Mirror Match.
- Evil Is Petty: Not to the extent that Jose was, but good god! She uses her own hometown as a test subject for her deranged experiment because no one believed her claims about seeing a dragon when she was a kid, has her artificial spawn eat themselves for merely malfunctioning, and attempts to eventually destroy not just Magnolia, but the entire damn continent with her Dragonoid. Seriously, that's petty.
- Freudian Excuse: She saw a dragon as a child, but no one in her town believed her when she told them. When the dragons never came back, she decided to make one instead, no matter what.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Not a bad plan using Dragon Slayer Magic to power your artificial dragon... unless it's Natsu, one of the most Hot-Blooded people around.
- Jerkass: Definitely, she'll achieve her goal by any means necessary and doesn't care who she has to use or hurt in the process.
- Mad Scientist: Of the magi-tech variety, her ultimate goal it to make a artificial dragon of her own, though it ends up corrupted in her pursuit to the point she wishes to use it to take over Fiore.
- Motor Mouth: Serious case of it, and the English dub turns it Up to Eleven.
- Nice Hat: Wears a big, white, "Boss of the Plains" hat decorated with hot pink buttons. The hat itself sports an intriguing design; rather than a normal crown, the crown of the hat is shaped rather similar to a cat's ears.
- Non-Action Big Bad: She's not a physical fighter in the slightest and relies sorely on her lizard men for the brute force and controls the dragonoid through her console. When forced face to face with Natsu, she can do nothing but shrink back.
- Older Than They Look: It's hard to notice, but in the flashback of her "experiment", she looks exactly the same as in the present day back when Natsu was still a kid. Maybe those Marimo-chan aren't completely bogus after all...
- Orcus on His Throne: Obviously not much of a fighter. She has her proto-dragons do all the battling for her and controls her dragon from her cockpit. Once Natsu breaks free and blasts through her guards, she's left at his mercy.
- Snake Oil Salesman: In addition to being a wizard and mad scientist, she's also a con artist who sells bogus diet food products to fund her experiments.
- Stupid Evil: Despite being a scientist and making a highly dangerous artificial dragon, she still has some obvious stupidity, thinking she was good enough to harness Natsu's power for her own selfish desires. Makarov refers to her as a "reckless fool" for thinking that she could recreate an actual dragon, and Natsu of all people calls her a shame to Igneel's legacy before oneshoting her.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Metamo-chan, which is a sausage-looking thing on a stick.
- Too Dumb to Live: See Stupid Evil above for full details.
- Verbal Tic: Hai, hai! (Yes, yes!)
Voiced by: Wataru Hatano (JP), David Wald (EN)
The Edolas counterpart of Gajeel Redfox. He is a freelance reporter with a bad reputation for his controversial articles about the Edolas Kingdom. He's also Fairy Tail's trusted informant, keeping the guild up to date with what's going on in the kingdom. He helps his Earth-land counterpart in his mission to rescue his trapped guildmates.
- Nice Hat: He wears a dark blue fedora hat with a metal studded band.
- Non-Action Guy: Doesn't mean he's any less awesome, though.
- Opposites Attract: He's well dressed and informative, while Earthland!Gajeel is violent and bad tempered. Thus, they get along perfectly.
Voiced by: Eiji Miyashita (JP), Jonathan Brooks (EN)
An escaped convict with a bounty of 2 million Jewel, also known as the "Guild Hunter Velveno". He is a master of disguise through his use of Transformation Magic, but his signature spell lets him copy the magic of nearby wizards.
- Ascended Extra: Just mentioned in the manga, he's far more fleshed out in the anime.
- Childhood Friend Romance: With Aceto.
- Dark and Troubled Past: He worked as a servant of the Balsamico Family, but turned to a life of crime after getting chased away by his true love's Overprotective Dad.
- Heel–Face Turn: After proposing to Aceto and not being rejected.
- Love Makes You Evil: He's in love with Aceto, but due to their social positions her father didn't approve their relationship and drove him out of the mansion. Velveno tried to ignore his feelings for Aceto as a result, eventually causing him to turn to crime.
- Power Copying: His Drain magic allows him to copy up to three magics from the people he touched.
- Red Baron: "Guild Hunter" Velveno
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: He infiltrates the Balsamico Palace, using his Transformation Magic to pose as a young Mage. He's able to walk around undetected, making him able to easily copy the magic of mages around him with his Power Copying magic.
Voiced by: Kanami Satou (JP), Megan Shipman (EN)
The heiress of the Balsamico Family, whose prized wedding ring is targeted by the thief Velveno.
- Childhood Friend Romance: With Velveno.
- Hime Cut: Plus she's the heiress of the Balasamico Family and she has the hairstyle associated with ojou' long length, sidetails and straight even bangs.
- I Will Wait for You: Promises to marry Velveno after he promises to clean up his act by serving time for his past crimes.
- Overprotective Dad: Her father, Count Balsamico, is one.
- Punny Name: "Aceto" and "Balsamico" are both words relating to vinegar.
- Uptown Girl: She and Velveno fell in love while he served at her mansion, but her father didn't approve it because of their social positions and drove Velveno out of the mansion.
Jiggle Butt Gang
The gang boss is voiced by: Kazuya Ichijo (JP), J Paul Slavens (EN)
The tall lackey is voiced by: Masahito Yabe (JP), Jeff Johnson (EN)
The short lackey is voiced by: Tetsu Inada (JP), Greg Silva (EN)
A gang of ineffectual, bodysuit-wearing thieves with abnormally large buttocks.
- Ass Kicks You: They can and will do practically anything with their butts, from performing dynamic poses to digging tunnels.
- Canon Immigrant: They're lifted straight from Hiro Mashima's Rave Master, right down to their voice actors from the anime.
- Dark and Troubled Past: Played for Laughs; they turned "evil" after they accidentally stained a shirt with ink as children.
- Enemy Mine: They team up with Natsu to bust out of prison.
- Farts on Fire: By heating up their butts with friction, they can produce destructive flaming farts.
- Goldfish Poop Gang: Show up somewhat frequently in the "Key of the Starry Heavens" arc.
- Heel–Face Door-Slam: With Wendy's persuasion, they consider giving up their lives of crime and joining Fairy Tail, but Natsu doesn't get the memo and blasts them away.
- No Name Given: Their Rave Master counterparts have names, but these guys' are never mentioned.
Voiced by: Yutaka Aoyama (JP), Mark Fickert (EN)
A strange figure in a bear costume with a built-in slot machine that casts random spells on random targets. He is responsible for the destruction of several churches in Fiore that house celestial wizards. He is later revealed as a member of the Reborn Oración Seis, and an alter ego of Brain's staff, Kurodoa.Came back in the ''Fairy Tail x Rave OVA with a new design dubbed "Jackpot 2.0" once more piloted by Kurodoa and powered not only by his magic but Dark Bring. Which gave him a significant power boost that took both Natsu and Haru together to beat.See Fairy Tail Dark Guilds for more information.
- Mook Maker: In his second appearence he can make army of them via coins.
- Obfuscating Insanity:
- Kurodoa is at least not as insane as he acts as Jackpot.
- Not so much in the OVA, possibly due to him using Dark Bring.
Voiced by: Yukana (JP), Tabitha Ray (EN)
A young woman who claims to be Lucy's relative. She arrives at Fairy Tail's doorstep one day carrying a memento from Lucy's father, which sets in motion a chain of events that threatens the end of the world. In reality, she is a member of the Reborn Oración Seis, created by Midnight/Brain II from an old doll of Lucy's.
- Alas, Poor Villain: Despite deceiving them all, once Imitatia tries to save Lucy and is turned back into a doll by Brain II, who has the nerve to step on the doll and mocking her, Natsu is consumed by rage and Romeo cries.
- Anti-Villain: Type II as Michelle was driven by loneliness to be with Lucy again, that her deepest wish was to have the good times back. Sadly it was not meant to last.
- Artificial Human: Thanks to Midnight/Brain II she was able to come to life instead of having to remain waiting for Lucy to find her again. Unfortunately, in order to stay alive, she became a member of the Oracion Seis and had to do what Midnight/Brain II ordered her to do.
- Bare Your Midriff: When she reveals her true intentions, her new outfit consists of showing more skin as oppose to what she once wore.
- Being Evil Sucks: She hates having to manipulate Lucy, but believes that as long as she can be with her in the end, it's all worth it.
- Berserker Tears: While trying to free Lucy from the Infinity Clock.
- Big Eater: Since her stomach has been empty for three days when she meets Lucy, it may be justified.
- Cerebus Retcon: Inverted. Her true form is later shown to be a DarkerAndEdgier variant of a flower-themed dress her doll form came with.
- Clingy Jealous Girl: Toward Lucy, as her true wish was to keep her big sister for herself, without Natsu or the rest of her guild mates in the way.
- Dark Action Girl: She's strong and skilled enough in combat to keep up with Natsu, Elfman, and Romeo.
- Deadly Disc: She can use her shield as a saw blade on a cable.
- The Dragon: To Brain II, as she is one of two remaining villains left remaining at the end of the arc.
- Dull Eyes of Unhappiness: In her true form, at least before her Heel–Face Turn. Natsu points it out.
- Entitled to Have You: Once Lucy has been kidnapped, Michelle goes on all the way up until she pulls a Heel–Face Turn that Lucy belongs to her, and that she refuses to share her with anyone. No one else.
- Evil Costume Switch: After showing her true colors.
- Extreme Omnivore: Thinks Sugar Boy's goo looks tasty, and considers eating Byro's octopus Kanaloa.
- Family Theme Naming: Whether intentional or not, her name is shared with a Beatles' song, just like Lucy.
- Feel No Pain: As an Artificial Human, Imitatia doesn´t feel pain and most likely even fatigue, allowing her to stand her ground against Natsu and Elfman.
- Flower Motifs: The rose after revealing herself as Imitatia.
- Go Mad from the Revelation: She flips out when Brain II tells her that even if she does remain by Lucy's side forever by merging her with the Infinity Clock, she and everyone else won't even know Lucy exists.
- Green Thumb: She can produce thorny vines to attack.
- I Just Want to Be Loved: Lucy stopped playing with her as a child when her mother died. Being turned into a human by Brain II allows her to re-experience being Lucy's "sister".
- I Will Wait for You: A tragic example of this as when Layla died, all the grief pilled onto a young Lucy at the time was too much to bear that she couldn't even look at Michelle without being reminded of her mother. Michelle understood this, and waited patiently for her for the day Lucy would come back to her. Lucy never came back, thus kick starting all the events of the arc.
- Inelegant Blubbering/Ocular Gushers: "Need a tissue?"
- Intergenerational Friendship: She is an Artificial Human at least one month old with the appearance of a 20-something-year-old who forms a strong, sisterly bond with Lucy, a chronologically 24-year-old girl who is physically 17.
- It's All My Fault: Blames herself for delivering Lucy the Infinity Clock hand, which set in motion the events leading to the clock's completion. Later subverted when she reveals this to have been part of her plan. Then played straight again after Brain II reveals what'll happen to Lucy after she's absorbed into the clock and that she was nothing more then a pawn that he exploited.
- Long-Lost Relative: She is Lucy's distant cousin, or so she claims.
- Love Makes You Evil: It was her desire to be with Lucy again that drove her to agree with becoming a member of the Neo-Oracion Seis, do anything to have her wish come true.
- Love Redeems: After realizing her big mistake, she tries to rescue Lucy from merging with the Infinity Clock, and even in 'death' her voice reaches Lucy(who's already merged with said clock) into providing emotional support.
- Magical Eyes: Her left eye can transform into the symbol of Oración Seis.
- Metaphorically True: She really is Lucy's sister, albeit a make-believe one from Lucy's childhood fantasies.
- Murder the Hypotenuse: She attempts to kill Natsu, and wipe Fairy Tail out so that she can keep Lucy all to herself.
- My God, What Have I Done?: Doubly subverted; she pretends to feel guilty for "unwittingly" bringing about the creation of the Infinity Clock, but once she learns that she won't even know Lucy exists once she's completely merged with the clock, she is genuinely horrified by what she's done.
- Not Quite Dead Person Impersonation: She takes her name and part of her backstory of a comatose woman unrelated to the Heartfilia family.
- Orphan's Ordeal: She was once part of a wealthy plantation family that died in a "terrible ordeal", leaving her as the only survivor. Because she has nowhere else to go after giving Lucy her father's memento, she is taken under Lucy's wing. It later turns out this part of her backstory is fabricated.
- Poor Communication Kills: Really, if she had just told Lucy who she was right off the start, there's a good chance she could've kept her human form and the events of the Key of the Starry Sky arc could've been avoided altogether.
- Pressure Point: Her magic, Cilice, wraps around her targets and attacks their weak points all at once.
- Redemption Equals Death: Or in her case, being turned back into a lifeless doll.
- Tears of Remorse: Twice. Once before she reveals her true colors, and again when she tries to save Lucy from the Infinity Clock upon learning her actions will wipe out all memory of Lucy's existence.
- That Girl Is Dead: After she reveals herself to be an Oración Seis member.
- Tragic Bromance: While she and Lucy were never biologically sisters, they clearly saw each other as one. Too bad due to how things worked out, Michelle 'dies' and Lucy is left to carry with her doll of Michelle, never to speak to one another again. Even after she betrayed her, Lucy still misses having Michelle by her side.
- Tragic Dream: After spending so many years alone, she wanted those good times she used to have with Lucy again, sadly it wasn't meant to last.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Subverted; she fully knows delivering the Infinity Clock hand to Lucy will help bring about the end of the world.
- Unwitting Pawn: Played by Brain II into bringing together the Infinity Clock and delivering Lucy so it can be activated.
- Was It All a Lie?: The answer is no, not all of it; see Metaphorically True above. Also, she really did receive the Infinity Clock hand from Jude, who really did intend to give it to Lucy for safekeeping.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: She just wanted to be reunited with her former owner.
Earth-land's primary religious organization.
Voiced by: Masafumi Kimura (JP), Greg Dulcie (EN)
The head of the Church of Zentopia.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: Courtesy of Lapointe.
- Dreaming of Things to Come: He is plagued with dreams of the Infinity Clock disaster. It's actually a side-effect of being brainwashed in his sleep.
- Laughing Mad: While under the affects of brainwashing.
Voiced by: Tetsu Inada (JP), Philip Weber (EN)
The cardinal of the Zentopia Church. He is secretly an ally of the Reborn Oración Seis, and gains control of Zentopia by brainwashing the current Archbishop in his sleep. Unknown to himself, he is actually a puppet created by Midnight/Brain II from Zero's hair for the sole purpose of helping Oración Seis build the Infinity Clock.
- Big Bad Wannabe: He think he's capable of being the real villain, but he's not as smart as he thinks he is.
- Casting a Shadow: Has the same powers as Zero.
- The Chessmaster: Subverted. He thinks he's this, and he certainly shows traces of it, but he fails to realize he's the one being controlled by Oración Seis.
- Identical Stranger: Looks like Zero with shorter hair and Brain's eyes. Justified since he is a clone of him.
- The Man Behind the Man: He brainwashes the Archbishop, which in turn gives him leverage over Legion. Brain II is the man behind him, though.
- No Body Left Behind: He fades away shortly after being pummeled by Gildarts, leaving nothing but the lock of Zero's hair he was made from.
- Tomato Surprise: He's a puppet made by Brain II to control Zentopia.
The Legion CorpsA cult of warriors loyal to the Zentopia Church. They embark on a crusade to gather the Infinity Clock parts and keep them from falling into the wrong hands. They are mostly comprised of Earth-land versions of the Quirky Miniboss Squad from the Edolas arc.
- The Atoner: They become this after realizing they've been used.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Hughes, Sugar Boy, and Coco thoroughly trounce half the Fairy Tail guild on their own.
- Poor Communication Kills: They could have avoided resistance from Fairy Tail if they'd explained why they want the Infinity Clock parts.
- Unwitting Pawn: They are manipulated by Oración Seis through the Archbishop into gathering the clock parts for them.
- Walking the Earth: Their final mission is to once again recover the scattered pieces of the Infinity Clock which, since they have lost their magic power, will likely take their entire lives to find.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Even though their actions are for the greater good, they're not afraid to use lethal force.
Voiced by: Takashi Matsuyama (JP), Brad Venable (EN)
The leader of the Legion Corps, and the Earth-land counterpart of Byro. He is fiercely yet blindly loyal to the Archbishop, and punishes anyone who goes against Zentopia's teachings. He uses magic to negate all magical affects around him. He also keeps a giant octopus, Kanaloa, by his side.
- Anti-Magic: How his magic works.
- Berserk Button: Anyone who betrays Legion on his watch must suffer the consequences.
- Big Guy, Little Guy: Compared to his Edolas counterpart, he's the big guy, and much more of a menace.
- The Comically Serious: Calls Michelle a demon for wanting to eat Kanaloa.
- In the english dub, he points out that Kanaloa is not an entrée.
- Disc One Final Boss: He's set up as the Arc Villain until the Reborn Oración Seis enters the scene.
- Knight Templar: Perhaps the biggest of all the members.
- Lawful Stupid: Even after his Heel Realization, he sees Fairy Tail as his enemy until the Archbishop orders him to stop.
- Not So Stoic: After Natsu and Co. call him out on his actions.
- One-Man Army: He is trained to take on at least 50 men at once.
- Right-Hand Attack Dog: A giant octopus named Kanaloa.
- Shaping Your Attacks: "Divine Arrow" which, as the name suggests, is an arrow-shaped wave.
- Simple Staff: Wields a white staff adorned with a crescent, which can use to nullify magic.
- Size Shifter: Kanaloa can turn from giant proportions to small enough to fit in his hand.
- Spell My Name with an "S": "Cracy" is spelled in katakana as "Kuraki".
- When He Smiles: Tries smiling for the first time before seeing Fairy Tail off, but it takes him a great deal of effort, and the other Legionnaires joke about how creepy they think it looks.
Voiced by: Shiori Izawa (JP), Heather Walker (EN)
The Earth-land counterpart of Hughes, and a female. She wields a hand-shaped wand that grants her complete physical control over any single person.
- Ambiguously Gay: Much like her Edolas counterpart. When she makes up with Lucy, they share a Les Yay scene and she assumes Lucy is coming on to her.
- Berserk Button: She hates being called a puppet.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Gives the Strauss siblings one after Mary takes control of Satan Soul away from Mirajane. However, when Mirajane switches to her Halphas form, Mary finds herself on the receiving end of this even after merging with Satan Soul itself.
- Dangerous Forbidden Technique: Her "Command Magic: Second Movement", which allows her to extract magic from her target, and "Command Magic: Third Movement", which makes her merge with her target.
- Distaff Counterpart: Of Edolas!Hughes.
- Freudian Excuse: She was used by others throughout her entire life before joining Zentopia, so she took to practicing magic to control others.
- My Master, Right or Wrong: Questions Zentopia's motivations after Coco is arrested and replaced with Guttman. Her feelings become even stronger when she is ordered to attack a church.
- Oh, Crap!: She practically begs for her life when Mirajane beats her. Lucky for her, Mira is merciful.
- One-Winged Angel: Merges with Mirajane's stolen Satan Soul form to battle Mira's Demon Halphas form.
- People Puppets: Carries a wand that allows her to control others' bodies and magic.
- Skunk Stripe: Like her Edolas counterpart, she has a shock of white hair.
Sugar Boy (Earth-land)
Voiced by: Yoshimitsu Shimoyama (JP), Duncan Brannan (EN)
The Earth-land counterpart of Sugar Boy, who looks and behaves like a 70s rock star. He carries a stand mic that allows him to summon giant globs of mucus that absorb magic.
- Badass Gay: Subverted. He's not as powerful as he thinks he is.
- Blob Monster: He has the power to summon massive blobs of phlegm that have minds of their own and paralyze anyone they "eat". He refers to them as his "dogs".
- Catch Phrase: "Spicy!"
- Depraved Homosexual: He gets far too interested in Natsu and later Gray after tasting their magic.
- Elvis Impersonator: It's easy to tell what his visual inspiration was.
- Gratuitous English: Every other word out of his mouth is in English.
- Simple Staff: His microphone wand, which he uses to summon his slimes.
- Thinks Like a Romance Novel: With Gray as the uke.
Voiced by: Rie Murakawa (JP), Felecia Angelle (EN)
The Earth-land counterpart of Coco. She wears magic shoes that grant her the power to run at great speeds and along walls.
- Clothes Make the Superman: Uses her magic in a combination with magic sandals. Said magic was supposed to be outlawed as the magic proved too strong without harm to the user.
- Dark Action Girl: Initially, she grows out of it by the end of the arc.
- Fragile Speedster: Her powers make her fast and gives some strength to her kicks but she can easily be smacked down by strong attacks.
- Jerkass: Unlike her Edolas counterpart, who loves Panther Lily and hates violence, she loves violence and hates Panther Lily (and cats in general).
- Took a Level in Kindness: She starts warming up after Lucy rescues her. She even apologizes to Panther Lily for her earlier "I hate cats" remark when all is said and done.
- Kick Chick: Since most of her power comes from her shoes, she has to rely solely on kick-based attacks.
- My Master, Right or Wrong: Similar to her Edolas counterpart, she comes to question the Legion's entire view on what "justice" is. In fact, she the first of her members to start doing this.
- Running Gag: She always gives scores to herself and others whenever they do any acrobatic moves.
- Super Speed: Using her "Athletic" magic, she can even run up cliffs and along walls.
- Wall Crawl: Well run wall anyway.
Voiced by: Yasuyuki Kase (JP), Christopher Cassarino (EN)
The spearman of the Legion Corps. He has the tendency of falling madly in love with women who suit his ever-changing fancy. He wields the magic spear Habaraki, which allows him to grow or shrink anything he pierces with it, and the magic shield Ricochet, which deflects any attack and spell it touches.
- Attack Reflector: His "Ricochet" shield can deflect anything, be they magical or physical attacks.
- Casanova Wannabe: Like to think of himself as a ladies man and any girl he takes a fancy too is automatically his "girlfriend". When he moves on to the next girl, he claims his previous crushes to be his "Ex".
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He's a goof, but he can make good use of his weaponry when he gets serious.
- Dark and Troubled Past: His parents were involved in a civil war, during which his first love (who greatly resembled Lucy) disappeared. Hilariously subverted when it turns out the war ended in half a day with no casualties or injuries, and his love was found the next day completely fine; she still rejected him, though.
- Distracted by the Sexy: Seeing Lucy in a bridal veil and bikini distracted him long enough for Natsu to knock him out. To add insult to injury, Happy bawls over this being the first time Lucy's sex appeal has actually worked.
- Basically he's Erza's replacement for her Edolas counterpart, since of course Erza is the Earth-land version. He likewise has a similar design, uses magic weaponry and has an opposite personality (Erza's strict and no-nonsense; this guy is anything but).
- Personality-wise, he's almost identical to Juvia, much more so than Lyon.
- Graceful Loser: After getting defeated by Natsu, he quickly recovers, but acknowledges his defeat.
- Knight in Shining Armor: He fails at the "wooing ladies" part, however.
- Knightly Lance: His weapon, Habaraki.
- Love at First Sight: Goes absolutely nuts over any woman who attracts his attention, which leads to his downfall.
- Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: And it does.
- Really Gets Around: Lucy is only the latest of his flings. And then Angel comes along.
- Size Shifter: His "Habaraki" spear allows him to change the size of anyone and anything.
Voiced by: Yuuya Uchida (JP), Aaron Roberts (EN)
An Exceed and the brains of the Legion Corps. With his obsession with calculations, he is responsible for issuing missions and strategies to his fellow Legionnaires. Like Panther Lily, he can change his form for battle.
- Bash Brothers: By the end of the arc, Patherlily and he consider themselves to be one.
- Berserk Button: Does not like being called "Sammy".
- Continuity Nod: Samuel is one of the 100 Exceeds sent to Earth-land as eggs, like Happy and Carla.
- Evil Counterpart: To Panther Lily at first.
- The Nicknamer: Calls Panther Lily "Nii-san" (Big Brother) due to their age difference. Rather than being a respectful honorific as it usually is in Japan, he uses it just to get on Lily's nerves. It does become more affectionate by the end of the arc with Pantherlily even calling Samual his "brother" in return.
- Size Shifter: Has the same ability as Lily.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: After overhearing that Lucy must be killed to stop the clock, he rushes to do just that. Luckily, Coco and Pantherlily manages to talk him down.
Voiced by: Takashi Matsuyama (JP), Chris Rager (EN)
The replacement for Coco after she is arrested. He takes pleasure in destroying things.
- Cartoon Creature: He seems to be some kind of blocky, anthropomorphic giraffe.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Tries to use his magic just as Juvia uses Water Lock on him, getting caught in the blast but damaging him as well. This gives Gajeel the opening he needs to take him out.
- Jerkass: He treats all the other Legionnaires as children. He also doesn't hesitate to attack Mary because she questions the orders given to them.
- My Master, Right or Wrong: A more extreme case then the other Legion members who at least start doubting the Arch-Bishop orders. To him however, whatever the Arch-Bishop says, goes regardless of how extreme the order seem. It isn't until being flat out told that he was tricked, that he finally changes sides.
- Person of Mass Destruction: He uses Rupture Magic, which allows him to make magic power, well, rupture.
Voiced by: Yukiyo Fujii (JP), Lauren Landa (EN)
A celestial wizard descended from one of Will Neville's disciples. She keeps a Nikora spirit named Niko.
- Broken Bird: She often displays a sad expression on her face, due to having witnessed several friends perish in the past; this experience has caused her to give up on her life.
- Brought Down to Normal: After Racer uses an Anti-Link spell on her.
- Identical Stranger: To Wendy; lampshaded by Mest.
- Living MacGuffin: One of several whose magic forms a seal on the Infinity Clock's power.
Voiced by: Hiroshi Shirokuma (JP), Mark Stoddard (EN)
The head of the Archaeologist Society that unearthed the Infinity Clock hand, and a friend of Jude Heartfilia. He is a descendant of Will Neville, a celestial wizard and author who sealed away the Infinity Clock.
- Verbal Tic: "Jitsu wa" ("Actually")
Eclipse Celestial Spirits
The Gold Key Celestial Spirits who were somehow changed after closing the Eclipse Door during the Grand Magic Games arc, making them hostile to their owners and seeking to gain their own independence which threatens both their existence and Earthland.
See Fairy Tail Celestial Spirits
See Fairy Tail Celestial Spirits
A odd furry dragon like thing whose egg fell from the sky onto Natsu. Happy and he took it home and hatched it where it became part of his family.
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: It's true from is a mammoth beast.
- Heroic Sacrifice: It manages to regain it's memories, defeat the sea serpent and keep the virus from spreading from the island. But in doing so uses up it's energy for his physical form and turns into a tree as a result to make sure the virus is contained.
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: It's actually the guardian of a island that appears from the ocean every hundred of years needed to keep a lethal virus from spreading. But due to it's "birth" it forgot this though gradually gets it's memory back.
- Playing with Fire: Able to breathe fire.
- Suddenly Voiced: We hear it's monologue now and then through it's time with Fairy Tail. It isn't till the end he's finally able to speak with Natsu.
From the Phoenix Priestess movie
Voiced by: Aya Endo (JP), Jessica Calvello (EN)
A mysterious woman who does not like wizards or magic, and holds one half of the Phoenix Stone. She also cannot remember her past.
- Call Forward/Continuity Cameo: She and Momon appear in a panel in Fairy Tail Zero chapter 4.
- Cry into Chest: After she learns of her father's death, she and Lucy share their pain of losing their fathers without even being there, Éclair can only sob into Lucy's arms.
- Defrosting Ice Queen: Despite members like Natsu and Lucy showing their willingness to interact with and befriend her, Éclair remained cold and emotionally distant. However, after spending time with them, as well as seeing the lengths to which they were willing to go to help her, Éclair gradually opened up more and became more accepting.
- Died in Your Arms Tonight: She dies in Lucy's arms before her body fades away.
- Disappears into Light: After Momon and she say their final goodbyes to Natsu, the two form into a literal non malicious phoenix as they descend to the afterlife, leaving being a image of the Fairy Tail symbol as thanks for their efforts.
- Does Not Like Magic: Because magic is what made her immortal. After all, who wants to live forever?
- Face Death with Dignity: When Makarov presents the arrow that will end the phoenix and, in turn, kill Eclair. She has no objections since it will save her new friends despite Lucy's objections.
- Fortune Teller: She works as a fortune teller to give people advice by recalling her pasts. This isn't because she has magic of her own, or even any precognitive ability, but because she's immortal.
- Go Out with a Smile: She clearly has no regrets on spending her final moments in the arms of her new friend, Lucy, and even tries to convince the poor girl that she's ready to move onto the afterlife.
- Immortality: She's kept immortal by the blood of the phoenix.
- Killed Off for Real: At the end of the movie, to destroy the monster summoned by Prince Cream and Dyst. Her life is tied to the phoenix, so when it is destroyed, she has to go too. Lucy isn't happy, but Eclair is happy in death.
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: Éclair has very few to almost no memories of her past. The only thing she knew for certain was that she was meant to deliver the Phoenix Stone.
- Miko: The movie's titular Phoenix Priestess.
- No Ontological Inertia: Her village elder gave her immortality in the hopes of locking away the Phoenix and that someday someone would be strong enough to destroy should it be resurrected. When it is, Markov finds the means to kill it and Fairy Tail manages to do so. Eclair finally dies as result since her lifeforce was linked to it.
- Rapunzel Hair: More noticeable when her hair comes undone as it goes down nearly to her feet.
- Really 400 Years Old
- Shipper on Deck: Seemingly for Natsu/Lucy; she tells Natsu that Lucy needs him and to help "mend her heart".
- The Stoic: Even towards children, Éclair maintains a straight face and speaks in a matter-of-fact tone when relaying information, telling things as they are and not sugarcoating the truth.
- Together in Death: She reunites with Momon, who had earlier sacrificed himself to save her, after her death.
- Who Wants to Live Forever?: Not happy at all of being an immortal as she had to see countless friends die before her eyes while she lived on, never aging. By the present day of the story, she's completely weary of her elongated existence.
Voiced by: Mika Kanai (JP), Tiffany Grant (EN)
Eclair's small caretaker, a strange chicken-like creature that can fly. In the movie's prologue, it is revealed that he is a stuffed animal made by Eclair that the Phoenix Stone brought to life.
- Call Forward/Continuity Cameo: He and Eclair appear in a panel in Fairy Tail Zero chapter 4.
- Declaration of Protection: To Eclair.
- Determinator: Fought off an entire pack of wolves to save Eclair, and nearly got ripped apart as a result. He then brought her home and continued to stand guard over her until she woke up in the morning.
- Disappears into Light: After Eclair and he say their final goodbyes to Natsu, the two form into a literal non malicious phoenix as they descend to the afterlife, leaving being a image of the Fairy Tail symbol as thanks for their efforts.
- Senseless Sacrifice: He burns to death to save Eclair from being sacrificed on a stake, even though Eclair would have survived thanks to her immortality. On the other hand, immortal or not, she still feels the pain.
- Together in Death: After sacrificing himself to save Eclair, his spirit reunites with hers.
Voiced by: Kouki Miyata (JP), Scott Zenreich (EN)
The prince of the Veronica Kingdom, just north of Fiore. He wants to revive the phoenix to gain immortality.
- Big Bad: Of the movie, being the one who hired the Carbuncle guild in the first place.
- Big Bad Wannabe: He's presented as the antagonist with The Plan but he's also made out to be an ineffectual, small-minded villain, with the real threat being the Carbuncle guild he's hired to help him.
- Disproportionate Retribution: While he's interrogating Éclair in the prison, she headbutts him, bruising his nose. His reaction is to slash her shoulder with a dagger, and unlike the anime, we do see blood.
- Genre Blindness: Utterly fails to see Dyst's betrayal coming.
- Karma Houdini:
- Despite awakening the world-destroying Phoenix and nearly immolating Éclair purely out of spite, the most he suffers is the betrayal mentioned above.
- Although considering his kingdom know he was the one that brought the Phoenix on them (Dyst may have activated it but Cream was going to do it anyway) and the destruction it caused. As well as the fact Fairy Tail likely going to report this to the Magic Council. It's safe to say that his kingdom will be dissolved.
- Non-Action Big Bad: Having no fighting skill or magic he relies on his soldiers and Carbuncle to all do the job.
- Sissy Villain: Rather effeminate in both appearence, voice and mannerism (for example referring to Carbuncle as his "cute guard hounds).
A guild that is hired by Prince Cream to kidnap Eclair and bodyguard him.
Voiced by: Showtaro Morikubo (JP), Taliesin Jaffe (EN)
The leader of the Carbuncle guild who uses a form of telekinesis as his magic.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: The first two battles between Dyst and Natsu ended with the former unscathed and the latter soundly injured.
- The Dragon: To Prince Cream, though he's the bigger threat. Inside Carbuncle he's The Leader.
- Dragon-in-Chief: He's technically subordinate to Duke Cream but it's clear throughout the movie that he's the real threat the heroes have to face and then...
- Dragon with an Agenda: He takes out Duke Cream to steal the powers of immortality from the phoenix for himself.
- Disney Villain Death: Falls from the Phoenix as he's defeated by Natsu.
- Freudian Excuse:
- His cameo on the movie's tie-in prequel shows that he developed an insatiable lust for power and eternal life...because his pet weasel died when he was a little boy. ...Yeah.
- Well it goes deeper obviously. It's not so much his weasel dying but Eclair (who at the time was working as a fortune teller when he came to her) telling him all things have to die eventually and to cherish your life while you can. He took it the wrong way however and was more afraid of dying.
- Immortality Seeker: He wishes to use the Phoenix blood to become immortal.
- Mind over Matter: His magic involves Telekinesis. He can use this magic to directly blast his opponent or to shoot him down with debris.
- No Sell: Thanks to his magic, he can simply push back anything thrown at him, even Natsu's flames.
- Pyrrhic Villainy: He awakens the Phoenix as planned but doesn't get his desired immortality due to mistakenly believing it's the blood that will grant it, when really it's the tears. A fact that Eclair never shared with anyone.
- The Starscream: Just as Cream summons the phoenix, Dyst blasts the prince away in order to gain the power of Immortality for himself.
- Villainous Breakdown: After he manages to awaken the Phoenix, he tries to cut it to get at it's blood as he thinks it's the key to immortality (it's the tears actually), but can't break through its skin. This frustration is compounded when Natsu arrives to fight him once more, wondering why he won't die already after defeating him twice and skyrockets when Natsu starts weathering his attacks before proceeding to knock Dyst out.
Voiced by: Kouji Ishii (JP), Kyle Hebert (EN)
A wizard from Carbuncle who is hired, along with his teammates, to kidnap Eclair and bodyguard the prince. He uses a form of Bullet Magic.
- Abnormal Ammo: His guns shoots magic, which allows him to wound even Juvia's water body.
- Ambiguously Gay: In-universe, towards Gray. He calls him handsome and Juvia immediately gets jealous and starts thinking he loves Gray.
- Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: When facing Gray he refers to himself as "Cannon-Sama" in the original dub, making him sound extremely conceited.
- BFG: His giant cannons.
- The Brute: The largest and most intimidating of the whole gang, though ironically he uses long-ranged attacks.
- Gatling Good: His main cannon resembles one.
- Guns Akimbo: Up to Eleven, as he can summon a whole battery of portable cannons around him to shoot down his enemies.
- Human Popsicle: Upon being hit by Cold Excalibur.
- Lecherous Licking: His tic.
- Meaningful Name: His magic can make cannons.
- Mistaken for Gay: When accused of having a crush on Gray the first time he claims they got him wrong.
Voiced by: Hitomi Nabatame (JP), Shelley Calene-Black (EN)
A wizard of the Carbuncle guild. She uses a form of Requip magic and Anti-Magic.
- Anti-Magic: Specifically, she uses her magic to counter the Strauss siblings' Take Over and Erza's armors. Erza finally manages to overcome this magic by wearing a completely non-magical bridal dress to take her out.
- Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: Like all the members of Carbuncle, she's very conceited, and even boasts loudly about her ability to easily counter Erza's magic.
- Battle Ballgown: Most of her armors have a rather feminine design, with large gown-like skirts.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Has shades of this, expecially during the battle one on one against Erza, as she does things like teasing Erza's dress under her armor, carelessly ex-quipping in an evening dress when she notices they're on a theatre and acting out like an actress when she and Erza fall on the stage.
- Comically Missing the Point: During her last battle against Erza, the latter manages to counter her Anti-Magic and defeat her by wearing a bridal dress and taking her out. Coordinator just wonders how badly Erza wants to get married.
- The Dark Chick: In Carbuncle she fits this role, as she stands out a bit.
- Designated Girl Fight: She clashes with Erza.
- Diagonal Cut: How she's defeated by Erza.
- Evil Counterpart: Clearly to Erza: They have the same type of magic and even similar armors.
- Flower in Her Hair: Wears one with her normal attire.
- Gainaxing: Seen during her battle against Erza on the roofs. It seems that her armor doesn't include a bra.
- Make-Up Is Evil: She's evil, and she's probably one of the few female characters to wear deep red lipstick, and quite a lot to boot, compared to usual.
- Multi-Melee Master: Like Erza, she seems to be able to use efficiently many weapons, including:
- Shoulders of Doom: Some of her armors include large shoulderpads.
- Underboobs: Her Fire Armor.
Voiced by: Koji Yusa (JP), Jason Liebrecht (EN)
A wizard of the Carbuncle guild. He uses a sort of Shadow Magic.
- Blade Below the Shoulder: Draws one from his sleeve while chasing Lucy and Éclair, claiming that it will drink their blood.
- Casting a Shadow: Can literally turns himself into a shadow.
- The Dragon: Inside the guild he's one to Dyst, as he seems to be the most trusted of his men.
- Face Framed in Shadow: Almost all the time.
- Glass Cannon: Taken down with one strong hit by Gajeel.
- Intangible Man: He is even capable of going inside of people's bodies, where he usually stabs them with dozens of blades from the inside. He cannot use it defensively, however. While he does make multiple shadow copies that are intangible, once you find the real him he's rather easy to take down.
- Knife Nut: His usual manner of attack involves volleys of knives. Sometimes from the inside of the people.
- Mask Power: Because shadows and hoods weren't enough, it seems.
- No-Nonsense Nemesis: Unlike his partners he doesn't boast and is much more ruthless, as seen when he immediatly attacks then chase after Lucy and Éclair when both are unprotected.
- Wolverine Claws: Seemingly his weapon of choice, composed of three blades.
From the Dragon Cry movie
Voiced by: Makoto Furukawa
Voiced by: Aoi Yuuki
Voiced by: Jiro Saito