Characters: Fairy Tail Others
aka: Fairy Tail Three
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UrA powerful ice wizard who taught Lyon and Gray magic. She is also Ultear's mother, but believed her daughter to have died. She sacrificed her life to freeze the demon Deliora and protect her students.
- The Ace: Said to be the strongest wizard in her country, which would make her as strong as a Wizard Saint.
- Action Mom: To Ultear and her adoptive sons, Gray and Lyon.
- Adult Fear: Seriously. To elaborate: Her only actual child gets sick because of the magic in her body and so she takes her to a local scientist for help, only to be told Ultear's body was damaged to the point where it would have been too hard for her to recognize. Then to add to it, one of her adoptive children runs off to fight something that even she can't take in a fight.
- And I Must Scream: She uses Iced Shell on Deliora, which transformed her entire body into the ice freezing the demon, and she stays alive in this form. Makarov states that melting the ice would be the equivalent of killing Ur, but as both Lucy and Gray believe, she continues to watch over them as water once Lyon melts her.
- Artificial Limbs: Made a temporary leg out of ice during her battle with Deliora.
- Badass: The strongest Ice Wizard in the series until Silver was introduced. If she had lived in Fiore, she could have been a Wizard Saint.
- Bare Your Midriff: Like Gray and Lyon, she ran around in her underwear to train.
- Boyish Short Hair: Unlike her daughter.
- Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Deliora eventually dies from being sealed in her ice.
- Expy: Bears a great resemblance to Hardner's wife Sophia from Rave Master.
- Ghost Memory: After her body gets turned into ice, melted into water, and washes out to sea, Ultear is able to experience her memories of when she was told that Ultear had died, and just how much she loved her daughter, by falling in the ocean.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Uses the incredibly powerful Iced Shell, which turns herself into solid ice with which to freeze Deliora.
- Senseless Sacrifice: In a sense. Turns out Deliora was revived by Tartarus after the events of Galuna Island, where he finally died. However, that's still 10 years in which the world had been free of Deliora's evil. Subverted in that Silver was lying about being Deliora. Ur really did kill him and 10 years later, he's still dead.
- An Ice Person: The strongest of these seen in the series until Silver was introduced.
- Inelegant Blubbering: In the manga, her reaction to being falsely told that Ultear, who was only an infant at the time, had died is one of the only instances of a female's crying being accompanied by mucus in the series. Played for Drama, of course.
- Changed in the anime to where she instead flat out cries and demands to see Ultear's body. Still heart wrenching though.
- Informed Ability: Though she is stated to be the strongest wizard in the country, apart from Iced Shell, which both Gray and Lyon can use, she isn't shown doing much fighting-wise.
- It's worth noting that Ur was quite humble about her power and never seemed to show any advance levels in it while on-screen.
- Judging from what Gray, Lyon, and Ultear have shown us, it's probably true that she is quite powerful. To elaborate: Ultear inherited her magic and was strong enough to nearly beat Gray, Gray who followed her teachings, is one of Fairy Tail's strongest mages and keeps on getting strong, and Lyon who also was taught by her, is nothing short of a prodigy who overpowered Gray when ever they fought. It's safe to say she's way stronger than we've given her credit for.
- Missing Mom: She left her daughter with researchers in the hopes that they could help her cope with her abnormally large magical power. Unfortunately, the researchers told Ur that her daughter was dead, all while experimenting on the girl. So Ultear came to believe that Ur abandoned and replaced her, and Ur had to deal with the guilt that she couldn't do anything for her precious daughter.
- Not Quite Dead: Her body is actually the ice that sealed Deliora, and she continues to watch over her two students.
- Parental Substitute: To Gray and Lyon.
- Posthumous Character: Not quite, but close enough.
- Sexy Mentor: Runs around in her underwear while teaching Gray and Lyon.
PoluchkanoteA crabby old hermit who lives in the woods outside of Magnolia, and an old friend of Makarov's. She is a skilled healer, but dislikes other humans. She is actually the Edolas counterpart of the dragon Grandine, though she herself is an ordinary human.
Voiced by: Shoko Tsuda (JP), Linda Young (EN)
- Berserk Button: The only thing she hates more than humans is having them hang around when she's working.
- Grumpy Bear: She's blunt and has no problem kicking anyone out of her house, but she always helps Fairy Tail when they need it.
- Hermit Guru: She lives out in the wood since she can't stand humans.
- I Was Quite a Looker: She had pink hair as a young woman.
- Irony: Earth-land's Grandine is a gentle dragon who likes humans. Poluchka, Edolas' Grandine, is a crabby old woman who makes her low opinion of her own species known to others.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Though she often angrily drives away anyone who approaches her home, she's still quite loyal to Fairy Tail.
- Never Mess with Granny: Never shown to do anything on-screen, but she is intimidating enough to scare the crap out of everybody who comes to visit.
- Perpetual Frowner: The only time she is seen smiling is around Wendy.
- Prophetic Fallacy: She predicts that something will happen once Fairy Tail gets three Dragon Slayers, but it hasn't been stated exactly what.
- The Medic: First of only three seen in the series (the others being Wendy and Ichiya).
- Wham Line: "I am the Grandine from Edolas."
Jude HeartfiliaLucy's father, and the owner of a railroad company who puts his business before his daughter.
Voiced by: Banjō Ginga (JP), Bill Jenkins (EN)
- Aww, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: A father-daughter example, though they're sadly not together when their love for each other is proven: before his death, Jude sends Lucy gifts (including a year's worth of rent money) every year on her birthday for the seven years she is missing, because he has that much faith she is still alive. Thanks to this, Lucy finally admits that she loves her father.
- Beard of Sorrow: After losing his money.
- Break the Haughty: He goes completely bankrupt and is reduced to begging Lucy for money.
- Disappeared Dad: At first because Lucy doesn't want anything to do with him, then because he dies over the seven year Time Skip.
- Humble Pie: Once when Lucy calls him out on hiring Phantom Lord to bring her home, and again when he goes bankrupt shortly afterward.
- Jerkass: He's the one who hired Phantom Lord to get Lucy back.
- Took a Level in Kindness: After losing all his money, he gets kinder. He pays for Lucy's rent over the seven years she was gone.
- Married to the Job: He became this way after his wife died.
- Musical Theme Naming: Jude's name, like Lucy's, is from a Beatles song ("Hey Jude").
- Poor Communication Kills: He probably would have gotten that carriage ride to work if he: 1.) asked more politely to Lucy; 2.) explained what he wanted 100,000 Jewel for; and 3.) had any idea how cheap carriage rides are.
- Rebuilt Pedestal: To Lucy, as the story progresses. He was emotionally distant and, at times, even abusive to Lucy as a young girl after his wife's death. As such, Lucy grows up to hate his guts and runs away from home. When he hires Phantom Lord to bring her back by force, she cuts ties with him completely. Only after losing his fortune and realizing his own foolish behavior does he manage to begin mending his relationship with his daughter, but it's not until after he dies and proves his devotion to Lucy after she goes missing for seven years that Lucy admits for the first time in years that she loves him.
- Rich in Dollars, Poor in Sense: After losing all his money, Jude asks Lucy for 100,000 Jewel. Lucy thinks he's being his usual jerkish self and refuses, only for him to later point out he was just asking for money to pay for a carriage to work.
- Self-Made Man: Lucy's father apparently worked himself up the ladder, starting with a merchant guild he met Layla in. After losing his wealth, he decides to work himself up from the bottom once again.
Layla HeartfiliaLucy's mother and a Celestial Spirit wizard. She died the same day the dragons disappeared seven years ago.
- Ancestral Weapon: Or Ancestral Spirits, as Layla was the summoner of Cancer, Capricorn, and Aquarius, all of whom Lucy would eventually inherit.
- Hair Decorations: A pink, lacy head band.
- Generation Xerox: She's a very good indication of what Lucy will probably look like. Same eyes, same facial structure. They also have the same caring personality.
- Musical Theme Naming: Named after Eric Clapton's song "Layla".
- Ojou Ringlets: She isn't royalty, but she is married to a rich industrialist
- Posthumous Character: Died seven years before the series began.
Voiced by: Satomi Arai (JP), Kristin Sutton (EN)Alzack and Bisca's six-year-old daughter, who was born during the Time Skip.
A treasure hunter guild composed of non-wizards.
- A Twinkle in the Sky: How they are defeated.
- Badass Normal: All of them. Even Natsu is impressed that mere muggles can hold their own against them, though to be fair, Natsu and company did severely underestimate them and were holding back at first.
- Call Back/Foreshadowing: A Power Trio of Treasure Hunters appearing in a quest assigned by Walrod Seeken. Walrod himself was a part of a very similar group with Prect/Hades and Yuriy Dreyar before founding Fairy Tail.
- Fairy Tail Zero chapter 13 reveal that they were part of Sylph Labyrinth in the past.
- Hero of Another Story: A little too mercenary to fall squarely under the 'hero' part, but their guild were the winners of a tournament for treasure hunters, similar in scale to that of the Grand Magic Games.
- Let's Get Dangerous: When they stop screwing around, they can give the group a run for their money.
- Quirky Miniboss Squad: An oddly early example, they're the first obstacle Team Natsu has to deal with when they reach the village.
- Power Trio
- Treasure Hunter: They're hunting for the Eternal Flame.
Voiced by: Kenta SasaPart of the three-man team sent to the Sun Village, he wields a mechanical chain blade.
- Anime Hair
- Spiky Hair: Five long spikes.
- Badass Normal: He has no magic, but still manages to hold his own for a while.
- Blade Across The Shoulder: His default resting position.
- Cool Sword: An expandable chain blade that can also turn into a gun.
- He-Man Woman Hater: He tells Wendy, Lucy and Flare that women like them should be shaking their butts for them instead of fighting (Virgo obliges).
- Jerkass: He starts destroying a frozen giant's leg for no reason, and when Wendy calls him out for it, says that he can do anything he wants.
- Quickly turns into a Tempting Fate moment as this brief bout of cockiness is followed by the girls breaking free from their bonds, destroying their weapons and sending them flying into the sky.
- Let's Get Dangerous
- Oh Crap!: Hahaha, you think just because you tangled Flare's hair you got her beat? Too bad for you, she can just expand it.
- Verbal Tic: "Super!" Oddly enough, at one point, he switches catch phrases with Lala.
- Years Too Early: Tells Lucy, Wendy and Flare that they're 10 years too early to try fighting them. Lucy counters that Sylph Labyrinth is 100 years too early to be fighting them.
Voiced by: Shinnosuke OgamiPart of the three-man team sent to the Sun Village, he wields a hammer called "Stronger".
- Badass Normal: Like the rest of the group, he has no magic but is quite proficient with his weapon.
- Drop the Hammer: A strange case in that it's shaped like a hand and functions like one.
- Named Weapons: His hammer, "Stronger".
- Oh Crap!: Wendy breaking free from his weapon and and literally breaking it in the process.
- Verbal Tic: "Duuun!" At one point, oddly enough, he switches catch phrases with Hiroshi.
Voiced by: Taishi MurataPart of the three-man team sent to the Sun Village, and the team's sniper.
- Badass Bandolier: To go with the sniper motif.
- Badass Normal: Again, he has no magic but is capable of holding his own in battle.
- Friendly Sniper: Until his Let's Get Dangerous moment.
- Imperial Stormtrooper Marksmanship Academy: Despite being a (supposedly skilled) sniper, none of his shots have hit Team Natsu yet.
- Near Misses: His shots are mostly this, though.
- Averted in Chapter 347 when he takes out Sagittarius and forces him back to the Celestial Spirit World.
BoraA fire wizard who kidnaps young girls while posing as Salamander of Fairy Tail. As the first villain of the series, he tries to do the same to Lucy before she becomes a member.
Voiced by: Yoshimitsu Shimoyama (JP), Ian Sinclair (EN)
- Continuity Nod: He appears in Juvia's flashback during the Phantom Lord arc as one of the men who couldn't stand the constant rain.
- Defeat Means Friendship: In the anime only, he straightens up his act after being defeated and has Natsu to thank for it. He goes on to act relatively chummy with Fairy Tail by wishing them luck before they put on a play, and appearing during their annual Fantasia parade as a spectator.
- Jerkass: Kidnaps women for nefarious purposes
- Lighter and Softer: In the manga, he goes as far as attempting to brand Lucy as a slave with a scorching hot iron, which was removed entirely from the anime. This is given a Hand Wave in the anime later on, with him saying he was actually just scouting for glamour models in an overly-aggressive fashion.
- Playing with Fire: Purple fire which is used to demonstrate Natsu's ability to eat fire.
- Power Perversion Potential: Uses illegal Charm Magic to make women fall to his charms.
- Screams Like a Little Girl: It's only for a split second in the anime, but he lets out a high-pitched shriek upon seeing Natsu eat his flames for the first time.
- Starter Villain: The very first one.
- Technicolor Fire: His is purple.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair
Duke EverlueA corrupt and unsightly aristocrat with a warped sense of beauty. He is in possession of Daybreak, a book he had blackmailed its author into writing. He uses Earth Magic to dive through the ground, and is also a Celestial Spirit mage.
Voiced by: Katsui Taira (JP), Chris Ayres (EN)
- Arc Villain: Of the Daybreak arc.
- Big Bad: Of the Daybreak arc, where Natsu and Lucy take a job to burn the titular book he has in his possession. Too bad he's not willing to give it away that easily.
- Collector of the Strange: He hires maids he deems to be extremely beautiful. His opinion of "beauty" varies from most everybody else's. He also coerced an author into writing a book with himself as the main character so he could own a one-of-a-kind book.
- Dirty Old Man: Only hires "beautiful" women.
- Evil Counterpart: Kind of, to Lucy. He is a summoner, he has a completely different opinion on what makes a woman sexy, and he doesn't care one bit about an author's pride.
- Gonk: His mustache grows out of his nose.
- It's All About Me: He a had a book written just to stroke his ego.
- Good Is Bad And Bad Is Good: Rather, ugly is beauty and beauty is ugly. Not only are his "beautiful" maids textbook examples of Gonk, but he and his maids consider Lucy to be ugly because she matches more traditional ideals of attractiveness.
- Large Ham: English dub only.
- Starter Villain: The first villain Lucy faces as a member of Fairy Tail.
- Summon Magic: He has a contract with Virgo.
- Tunnel King: In addition to his Summon Magic.
Vanish BrothersA pair of mercenaries and martial artists hired by Duke Everlue to guard his mansion. They look down on wizards for being physically weak.
The older brother is voiced by: Jun Konno (JP), Phil Parsons (EN)
The younger brother is voiced by: Daisuke Endou (JP), Brandon Potter (EN)
The younger brother is voiced by: Daisuke Endou (JP), Brandon Potter (EN)
- Anime Hair: The younger brother.
- Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: Both of them.
- Badass Normals: They can't use magic yet can still hold off Natsu.
- Bald of Awesome: The older brother.
- Bash Brothers
- Break the Haughty: They are defeated by one of the wizards they look down on.
- Carry a Big Frying Pan of Doom: The older brother.
- Continuity Nod: They appear in a post-Time Skip filler episode and fight Gray.
- No Name Given: Simply credited as the Vanish Brothers.
- Playing with Fire: The older brother's specialty consists in fighting fire wizards, as his frying pan can absorb flames and send them back empowered to the caster.
- Sibling Team
- Wrong Genre Savvy: They are well-aware about the Squishy Wizard trope, and as such trained to be Badass Normal while using means to counter magic. Unfortunately for them, this just happens to be an universe full of insanely powerful Kung-Fu Wizards, Natsu included.
Time TravelersThe following characters are Walking Spoilers, if you couldn't tell just from the names of the folders. Unmarked spoilers follow. You have been warned.
Hooded Girl/Future LucyA hooded woman shown loitering around the Grand Magic Games. She's Lucy from a very horrible Bad Future, and she's come to the present through the Eclipse Gate to stop that future from happening.
Voiced by: Aya Hirano
- An Arm and a Leg: Her right arm is missing.
- Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence: After the gate is destroyed, her body fades back to the future while her spirit goes on to the afterlife where she reunites with her Fairy Tail members.
- Died in Your Arms Tonight: In the arms of her own present self.
- Go Out with a Smile: She dies crying Tears of Joy, due to her Last Request being fulfilled.
- Help Yourself In The Past: Her main goal. Fairy Tail is more or less wiped out during her timeline, and she will to do anything to Set Right What Once Went Wrong.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Throws herself in front of Future Rogue's spell to save Present!Lucy. Completely Justified, because if Past!Lucy were to die, they'd both be dead.
- In the Hood: Up until The Reveal.
- Killed Off for Real: By Future Rogue.
- Last Request: She asks to see the Fairy Tail emblem on Present Lucy's right hand one last time before dying, because she lost her right arm.
- The Man Behind the Man: To Princess Hisui. Subverted later when it turns out another person had told Hisui of the coming day.
- Red Herring: Jellal mistakes her for being Zeref, due to the fact that the Eclipse Gate uses magic from Zeref's Books. Since she came through the Gates, she is covered in his magic. She also serves as one for Future Rogue.
- Samus is a Girl: Jellal thought the hooded figure was a guy until he saw their shapely ankles.
- Set Right What Once Went Wrong: Comes back to the past to warn Fairy Tail of the dragon invasion and hopefully help prevent the Bad Future.
- Spanner in the Works: Her Heroic Sacrifice is what keeps Present Lucy alive and turns Fairy Tail against Future Rogue. Likewise she leaves behind her diary which tells everyone how to stop the dragons.
- Taking the Bullet: She throws herself in front of Present Lucy to save her from Future Rogue's spell; after all, if Present Lucy dies, Future Lucy would never exist.
- Walking Spoiler: Well, yeah. In the Hood is usually a dead giveaway for this trope.
Future RogueA mysterious man who appears during the final event of the Grand Magic Games. It's really Rogue Cheney himself from seven years in the future. Like Future Lucy, he came to the present using the Eclipse, though his plans for the future are much more sinister.
Voiced by: Kenichi Suzumura
- Arc Villain: Of the Grand Magic Games Arc.
- The Beastmaster: By means of a Compelling Voice spell known as 'Dragon Supremacy Magic.'
- Because Destiny Says So: Twisted a bit. He tells the heroes that Lucy will close the gates to the Eclipse because of this, but only because closing the gates will stop the dragons from getting through, and because Lucy is the only one capable of doing it.
- Big Bad: Of the Grand Magic Games Arc, where he manipulates the Fiore royalty into creating the Eclipse Project with the purpose summoning seven dragons from the past to wreck havoc on the present timeline.
- Big Bad Ensemble: He's not involved that much with the games themselves, with the antagonists there being some mean teams. Also, Zeref is watching.
- Cynicism Catalyst: Frosch's death becomes this to Rogue in the future (approximately in about a year), starting his fall into darkness.
- Dangerously Genre Savvy: Orders the dragons to not kill his present self in order for a Stable Time Loop to occur.
- Didn't See That Coming
- He came to the present not knowing there'd be another Lucy to screw things up for him.
- He gets hit by this a third time when Natsu breaks his control over Atlas Flame via The Power of Friendship and rides him into battle.
- Dragon Rider: Uses Motherglare as his personal mount.
- Duality Motif: He killed Sting and got both the powers of the Shadow Dragon Slayer and the White Dragon Slayer. This is emphasized by his appearance, which combines black and white colouring and his Multicolored Hair. Especially when he enters the White Shadow Dragon Mode, half of his face remains the same while the other one is concealed by a shadow.
- Eye Scream: He's missing his right eye.
- Facial Markings: Has a tattoo on the left side of his face.
- Fashionable Asymmetry: Just look at his picture.
- Future Badass: He has evidently become far stronger, and is able to wipe out entire waves of soldiers without much effort. He's also powerful enough to defeat Natsu even when the latter isn't holding back by invoking his full power. Natsu himself recognizes Future Rogue as an powerful enemy,and admiting that someone is stronger than him is not something usual for Natsu.
- Generic Doomsday Villain: While the ultimate intention of the seven dragons was to fight Acnologia, there is no apparent reason for unleashing them on humanity. Even in regards to Acnologia, he doesn't just want to stop him, but to take over the world in his place, also for no apparent reason.
- Good Scars, Evil Scars: Has one completely replacing his right eye.
- Hero Killer: He kills Future Lucy, and murdered his own timeline's Sting. He is also the first person since Fukuro to completely defeat Natsu.
- I Let Frosch Die: In next year after Grand Magic Games and Tartarus arc in his timeline, Frosch is killed by Gray Fullbuster, causing Rogue Face-Heel Turn.
- Heel Realization / Heel Face Door Slam: To prevent his and Frosch's fate repeated itself after his defeat by Natsu, Rogue entrust Natsu to warn his present self to look Frosch and himself carefully where Gray somehow becomes a Dark Mage and about to kill Frosch next year.
- It's All About Me: He wants to use the seven dragons to defeat Acnologia.. not to save the world, but to take over it in Acnologia's place. And it doesn't matter how much of humanity dies in the process. He even goes through a Villainous Breakdown when Natsu pointed out that he's trying to drive the present into despair just so he alone can be happy.
- Kill All Humans: Plans to create a new Age of Dragons by using the dragons that came through the Eclipse Gate to wipe out humanity.
- The Man Behind the Man: To Hisui; he's the real reason the Eclipse 2 Project exists.
- Manipulative Bastard: He comes from the future claiming to save it from 10,000 dragons when he really wants to create a Stable Time Loop where the dragons attack anyway, and tells Princess Hisui that the Eclipse can be used as a weapon to defeat them when there's no such thing. Also, by trying to kill Lucy for trying to close the Eclipse, he tricks the heroes into thinking that closing the gate is a bad idea, leaving the doors open long enough for a few dragons to get through.
- Multicolored Hair: The right half is unchanged from his current black hair, while the left half is white.
- No, Except Yes: When revealing that Frosch will die in a year, and Natsu points out that his own actions are endangering the Exceed, he speaks as if Frosch's death was no big deal. As he disappears, he reveals that Frosch's death was what turned him evil.
- Oh Crap!: He's visibly sweating when he notices that Natsu has eaten Atlas Flames' flames.
- Peek-a-Bangs: To hide his missing right eye.
- Power Parasite: He killed Sting and stole his White Dragon powers. The combo is powerful enough to defeat Natsu.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: His remaining eye is red.
- Set Right What Once Went Wrong: Subverted; he says he wishes to save the past by using something called the Eclipse Cannon back when it is powerful enough to defeat the dragons that will ravage Fiore, and that Lucy will get in the way. Then it turns out he made the whole thing up so Princess Hisui would open the Eclipse so the dragons can come through it, giving him a strong enough army to take down Acnologia and rule the world; the bit about Lucy getting in the way still holds, though.
- Start of Darkness: His losing Frosh a year after the games ended.
- Swallowed Whole: He subjects the Kingdom's soldiers, including the Hungry Wolf Knights, to this via his shadows.
- There Is No Kill Like Overkill: When it is revealed that Rogue intends to destroy Acnologia, this trope comes to mind. His original plan involved using ten thousand dragons to destroy the lone Acnologia.
- Took a Level in Badass: Present!Rogue and Sting get their asses handed by Natsu in the games. Future!Rogue mandhandles the living hell out of the same guy.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: Present!Rogue is the Token Good Teammate of Sabertooth who reacts to the nature of his teammates with distaste. Future!Rogue has no trouble murdering Lucy and enslaving the human race, knowing it will likely make them extinct.
- Walking Spoiler: The true Arc Villain of the Grand Magic Games arc, The Man Behind the Man for the Eclipse Project, and the Evil Counterpart of Rogue Cheney.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Subverted; Natsu notices he's too evil to have intentions as good as saving the future, and he's right.
- White Hair, Black Heart: Partial example.
- Yin-Yang Bomb: White-Shadow Dragon Mode. Yes, he gained it from the Sting of his timeline.
Four Gods of Ishgar
The four strongest members of the Ten Wizard Saints, the Four Gods are considered the most powerful mages on the continent and practically above humans in terms of strength. As such, they are also considered the last line of defense of Ishgar in event of invasion from outside sources.
Warrod SeekenA nature-loving member of the Ten Wizard Saints and the Fourth member of the Four Gods of Ishgar who can use Green Magic to control nature. He, along with Mavis, Yuriy Dreyar, and Master Hades, is also one of the founding members of Fairy Tail.
Voiced by: Tesshō Genda (JP, older), Hiroshi Shirokuma (JP, younger)
- Badass: By virtue of being one of the Four Gods of Ishgal, his magic abilities and power are superior to that of Makarov's.
- Badass Grandpa: He's over 105 years old, though he was One of the Four Gods before Fairy Tail.
- Actually subverted. He says himself that his magic has little to no offensive power and he's no good in a fight. He just has powerful support magic and was granted sainthood for his good deeds.
- There is the fact that he was taught by The Archmage Zeref himself, and considering how powerful his other students were (Mavis and Precht), he's definitely got more up his sleeve to show.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Has an odd habit of telling non-sensical jokes at the most unfitting of opportunities. A common trope that applies to most of the other Fairy Tail members.
- Cool Old Guy: More than 105 years old and still pretty damn amazing.
- Fan Disservice: Wanna see him naked in a hot spring? Yeah, neither did Team Natsu. Though, it did allow them to see Fairy Tail guild mark on his arm, suggesting he's still technically a member, just inactive or retired.
- In the anime, Warrod instead rolled up his sleeve to show them the guild mark over dinner, rather than having to subject them to Fan Disservice.
- Fighter, Mage, Thief: Before learning magic, he was part of this combo with Yuriy and Precht. He was a Mighty Glacier who could plow through an armed crowd, Yuriy used lighting bombs, and Precht was a Dance Battler who favored chainblades.
- The Gadfly: He likes to joke and screw with his guests frequently... even at unfitting times.
- Green Thumb: Uses Green Magic. He actively uses his powers to turn deserts into grasslands.
- Humble Hero: Despite being considered god-like among the Wizard Saints, he's very modest about himself. He even mentions just because he is on the top four in the continent, doesn't mean he is top four in the world.
- Irony: The person who taught him the magic he would use to turn wastelands into forests was Zeref, a guy whose curse turns forests into wastelands.
- I Was Quite a Looker: Fairy Tail Year Zero shows him looking borderline Bishōnen in the past.
- I Was Just Joking: Jokingly suggested that Gajeel join the Magic Council after Fairy Tail disbanded, only to become distressed when Gajeel took him seriously and actually joined. He breathes a sigh of relief when Gajeel resigns to reform Fairy Tail with Team Natsu.
- Mundane Utility: Despite him being among the four most impressive wizards of the continent, he still mainly uses his awe-inspiring powers for things such as gardening or transportation.
- Nerves of Steel: Isn't the least bit intimidated when Wolfheim towers over him in his beast form.
- Nice Guy: From what we've seen so far, he is a kind and caring person.
- Non-Action Guy: Claims to be this. His magic still turns out to be quite powerful.
- Plant Person: Possibly — his head looks like a tree. He looked normal 105 years ago, when he founded Fairy Tail.
- Retired Badass: His Fairy Tail guild mark suggests he's still technically a part of the guild, just not an active member.
- Was Once a Man: He is one of the Four Gods of Ishgar which are all said to be not human. And he does indeed look just as much as a tree as a human. However, in the flashback from 105 years ago, he was unambiguously human without the plant features, so something must have happened during the years to make him what he is now. Though it is very possible that it was his own magic, and he himself chose to turn into a tree.
WolfheimThe Third Wizard Saint and a member of the Four Gods. He, like the rest of the Ten Wizard Saints, is now a Magic Councilor, and is highly concerned with the increased tensions with the Alvarez Empire. He has a habit of saying 'oi' constantly.
- The Archmage: Part of the Four Gods' job requirements.
- Asskicking Equals Authority: One of the Four Gods of Ishgar, and also one of the top-ranking members of the Magic Council.
- Awesome McCoolname: Wolfheim just oozes badass, and even Warrod lampshades this.
- Badass Beard: It's still there even when he transforms.
- Badass Grandpa: Looks about as old as Makarov yet is the third strongest wizard on the continent.
- Magic Pants: When he reverts to human form his clothes are none the worse for wear.
- Miniature Senior Citizens: He's about as small as Makarov and can even grow just like him with his magic. Of course, his transformations are a bit more monstrous.
- Nice Hat: It looks like a beanie hat.
- Stoic Spectacles: Wears them even in his transformed state.
- Our Werebeasts Are Different: His magic seems to be related to Elfman's own Beast Soul Take-Over, though on a much higher tier.
- You Wouldn't Like Me When I'm Angry: Really, you don't want to piss off the little guy who can instantly tower over you as a giant monster.
- Verbal Tic: "Oi!"
HyberionThe Second Wizard Saint and a member of the Four Gods. He, like the rest of the Ten Wizard Saints, is now a Magic Councilor, and commands respect among the rest of the Council. He is currently the highest ranking member of the Council, with God Serena's absence.
- The Archmage: Arguably the most powerful mage on Ishgar right now, this side of Zeref or Acnologia. Of course, the Ten Wizard Saints' membership is politically motivated, but the fact that the previous Council recognized him as being the second most powerful legitimate wizard on the continent speaks volume.
- Asskicking Equals Authority: The current head of the new Magic Council and second-strongest Wizard Saint to boot.
- Badass Cape: Just look at it! Complete with a High Collar of Doom.
- Badass in a Nice Suit: To help pull off the Wine Is Classy feel.
- Badass Mustache: Not quite as impressive of Makarov's, but definitely classier.
- Cultured Badass: Played With. His Establishing Character Moment has him talking down Wolfheim while pouring himself a glass of milk in a wine glass.
- Mr. Exposition: He's the one who tells us about the Spriggan Twelve of Alvarez, and God Serena's Face-Heel Turn.
- Wine Is Classy: First introduced holding a bottle of what appears to be wine and a glass. A closer look at the bottle reveals that it's actually milk.
- World's Strongest Man: Currently the strongest Mage in Ishgar this side of Zeref or Acnologia, ever since God Serena's defection.
God SerenaFormer First Wizard Saint and member of the Four Gods. Currently defected to the Albareth Empire as one of Emperor Spriggan's twelve elite bodyguards for unknown reasons.
- A God Am I: It's in the freaking name.
- Asskicking Equals Authority: Widely recognized as the most powerful mage who isn't a dark wizard on the continent. This earned him the title of the new Chairman of the Magic Council, before his Face-Heel Turn.
- The Archmage: The previous Magic Council believed he was the strongest legitimate mage in Ishgar. He could very well be on par with Zeref. Though considering Emperor Spriggan is Zeref, this claim could be in doubt.
- Badass: He was the most powerful member of the Ten Wizard Saints before his defection.
- Face-Heel Turn: Guess who ran off to join the Albareth Empire?
- Fallen Hero: Being the number one ranked Wizard Saint meant that the Magic Council recognized him as the most powerful wizard on the continent that isn't a dark wizard. He ran off to go join the Albareth Empire, Ishgar's biggest geopolitical threat.
- Good Scars, Evil Scars: Has one right across his nose.
- Only Six Faces: His similarities to Yuriy of Fairy Tail Zero have been noted. Of course, the fandom also made the same comparison with Sting Eucliffe.
- Praetorian Guard: The Spriggan Twelve are this, being the most powerful wizards in Albareth, hand-picked by the Emperor to be his personal bodyguards.
Kaby MelonThe son of Daybreak's author, who considered the book to be the worst he had ever written. He wants to destroy the book to protect his father's honor as an author.
Voiced by: Shirou Gou (JP), Dave Trosko (EN)
Galuna Island Villagers
Galuna Island VillagersA group of people who claim to be afflicted by a curse that transforms them into demons. They're actually demons who can turn into humans, and the curse only affects their memories of it.
- Beautiful All Along: Subverted. They are actually Ugly All Along.
- Body Horror: By day, they have random demon body parts.
- Dark Is Not Evil: Even though they're demons, they're pretty nice.
- Involuntary Shapeshifting: They turn into demons at night under the purple moon. Later inverted.
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: The forget that they are actually demons.
- Our Demons Are Different: They are actually quiet nice.
- The Reveal: They were demons all along.
AngelicaSherry's giant pet mouse.
Voiced by: Ryōko Ono (JP), Heather Walker (EN)
LabianTheater manager of the Selazade Theater Group. He requests Team Natsu to stage his play, "Frederick & Yanderica", when his normal group of actors abandons him.
Voiced by: Masami Kikuchi (JP), Randy Pearlman (EN)
JasonA reporter from Weekly Sorcerer Magazine who often visits Fairy Tail to interview them.
Voiced by: Yuuki Ono (JP), Kyle Phillips (EN)
MatoThe mascot and referee of the Grand Magic Games. He's actually King Toma E. Fiore in disguise.
Voiced by: Keiji Fujiwara (JP), Jim Foronda (EN)
- Art Evolution: His mask's face goes through several changes very quickly over the Grand Magic Games arc. Compare his costume on the elimination round◊, first day◊, and third day◊ of the games; his eyes and hat get progressively larger and closer together, and he loses his dark-colored lips. His appearance in the anime is a blend between his Day 1 and Day 3 looks.
- Combat Referee: For the first, third and fourth days.
- Combat Commentator: On the last day of the Grand Magic Games.
- Cool Mask: A giant, pumpkin-shaped one that covers his entire face.
- Significant Anagram: Rearrange his name and you get "Toma", the name of the King.
- Verbal Tic: "Kapo"note . He accidentally reveals himself to be the King of Fiore when he uses this Verbal Tic while not in the guise of Mato.
Chapati LolaThe main commentator of the Grand Magic Games.
Voiced by: Anri Katsu (JP), Larry Brantley (EN)
An ancient deity that governs life and death. Ankhseram is perhaps the first deity (in the actual sense of the term; not just a summon) introduced in the series. While it hasn't actually appeared onscreen, Ankhseram's actions have been affecting Earth-Land at an extremely profound level for the last four centuries.Massive spoilers follow. You Have Been Warned.
- Berserk Button: Trying to bring back the dead. Zeref not taking a hint and getting a little too close to figuring it out got him incurred with a truly horrific curse.
- Blue and Orange Morality: Heavily implied in the In Mysterious Ways sense, given the example of Disproportionate Retribution below. Its punishment for someone breaking the laws of life and death involve making somebody immortal, throwing the idea of life and death completely out the window.
- Death Is Cheap: Not if Ankhseram has anything to say about it, (and it does).
- Disproportionate Retribution: Its idea of justice for someone breaking the laws of life and death? Curse them so that everywhere they go, people will die in their presence.
- Gone Horribly Right: Possibly. The fact that its curse allowed Zeref to learn how to create life and bring someone Back from the Dead kind of underscores it. If it didn't intend for this on some level, it's safe to say it was holding the Idiot Ball while creating this curse.
- Greater Scope Villain: Cursed Zeref with immortality and his Instant Death Radius to punish him for his forbidden research into bringing back the dead, making it responsible for almost everything in the series.
- Jerkass Gods: It punished someone for trying to bring their dead little brother back to life. Harsh, but possibly justified, except it did so by inflicting a curse guaranteed to kill other innocent people who had nothing to do with that person's offence. The first casualties were the very people trying to stop that person's research.
- Meaningful Name: "Ankhseram" is actually a combination of two words. An Ankh is an ancient Egyptian symbol that, even today, represents life, or the creation of life. 'Seram' is the Malay/Indonesian word for 'horror.' It's also the true name of Zeref's eponymous curse.
- These Are Things Man Was Not Meant to Know: Ankhseram governs both life and death, and punishes anyone who makes light of either.