A band of thieves within Balbadd, led by Alibaba, Cassim, Hassan, and Zaynab. They steal from the rich and give to the poor, so they are loved by the populace and start to become a huge problem to the Balbadd nobility.
Alibaba's old friend who was raised alongside him by Alibaba's mother. After years of living in the slums and the death of his little sister, he becomes fed up with the government and persuades Alibaba to team up with him against the king when the two reunite during the six month time skip.
Start of Darkness: His crapsack childhood, in which he grew up with an abusive father, his kind adoptive mother who saved him from said father ended up dying so he later formed a gang with other troubled kids and started to steal... but the last straw was the horrible death of his sister Mariam. Not to mention how he was ultimately forced to kill his drunk father who wanted to sell Mariam.
Former Teen Rebel: Both of them, but played different. While Zaynab is happy with the life the Kou Empire has given them, Hassan is the only one that sees how that they're losing their identities and slavery is still in Balbadd, but can't do anything about it now that he has a family to take care of.
Happily Married: They got married sometime after Balbadd was conquered and had a son together. Zaynab is also pregnant again.
Alibaba's mother, she is described as a "kind and cheerful person" by him. She adopted Mariam and Cassim after their father disappeared. Before becoming a prostitute, she worked as a maid at Balbadd's palace, where she met and fell in love with the king, with whom she had Alibaba.
Good Parents: A loving mother to both her biological and adopted children.
Hooker with a Heart of Gold: She was a good and loving mother to Alibaba and she saved his friends from being beaten by their drunken father, then adopted them when he either died or abandoned them.
The Mistress: To Rashid, they had an affair which lasted long enough for her to get pregnant.
The One That Got Away: To Rashid Saluja. They fell in love when Anise was working in the palace, but apparently she got fired and he never saw her again. But on his deathbed, he confessed to their son Alibaba that he always loved her.
Cain and Abel: The Cain to Alibaba's Abel. Ahbmad was not particularly favored by his father, who even asked Alibaba to rule when he invited him over to his deathbed. Ahbmad holds quite a bit of hatred for Alibaba, and ordered his death without much remorse when Alibaba trespassed in the palace a second time.
Took a Level in Kindness And Intelligence: Learning an enigmatic language, Torran, during his stay in the nation for research, and using it to help Aladdin and Hakuryuu from being mobbed by children who tried to con them. He still says that he done it strictly to get along with locals, though.
Authority in Name Only: Though his title is Deputy King, he doesn't wield that much power himself, though that may just because of his shy nature and guilt complex.
Big Brother Worship: Subverted in that he doesn't approve any of his older brother's actions. In fact he looks up to his younger brother, thinking that he is more brave and smarter than he is, believing that Alibaba is the only one who can save Balbadd.
Guilt Complex: Sahbmad constantly berates himself for being too weak to stand up to Ahbmad.
The Mole: Was secretly helping the Fog Troupe against Ahbmad, because his younger brother was part of it.
Must Make Amends: He has always held the position of Deputy King behind Ahbmad, but has never been strong enough to directly oppose him for the sake of Balbadd. Now that Alibaba has come back, Sahbmad desperately wants to help Alibaba save the country.
The Mentor: He taught young Alibaba the "Royal Swordplay".
The Mole: He and Sahbmad worked together to help the Fog Troupe.
Undying Loyalty: To Rashid Saluja, Ahbmad even calls him "the loyal dog of the previous king", also he is very loyal to Sahbmad and Alibaba.
Also known as "The Organization." Their plan is to spread poverty, war, and discrimination throughout the world, slipping into positions of power within various countries as merchants, political advisers, or court ladies.
The Man Behind the Man: How they operate. They infiltrate countries, find the most tragic and/or gullible figure, turn them, and then turn them loose on their revenge quests.
Moral Myopia: If its doctrine is to be believed, Al-Thamen thinks it's doing good. This despite the fact that they deliberately go about causing suffering and destruction everywhere they go, and call anyone who doesn't share their fallacy "arrogant."
Smug Super: All of the hosts of dark metal vessels are incredibly arrogant about it, even though, thus far, they have been shown as completely inferior to normal metal vessels (and even some household vessels). Not to mention the fact that such people were the ones unable to pass the test for real metal vessels.
What Is Evil?: Al-Thamen views itself as being a noble organization, attempting to free the world as it is now from "enslavement"; rather than an organization set out to destroy peace and order, and spread destruction and conflict. This viewpoint is considerably more disturbing once it becomes evident that should they succeed in "inviting their father" to the world, they will have killed everybody, including themselves, and they KNOW it.
Guyliner: You'd think it was to just make him look more bishie, but its probably a Shout-Out to his original story, in which Judar had to retrieve a phial of kohl (make-up).
Ignored Epiphany: Even after Aladdin reveals to him with Solomon's Wisdom about what Al-Thamen did to him in his past, Judar is seemingly fine with it afterwards, even pretending to be upset about it to and laughing at Sinbad for feeling sorry for him, when telling this while confronting the latter in Sindria.
Kick the Dog: He smiles at Aladdin and introduces himself, then, as he reaches out to shake hands with him, punches him in the eye. Then he laughs at Alibaba for his weakness against his half-brother after Alibaba had already kicked himself for his failure. He pretends to have a Dark and Troubled Past, then laughs at Sinbad for believing him and feeling sorry for him.
Pet the Dog: In one omake, we see him playing nice with Aladdin doing some magi stuff. Some of his interactions with Kougyoku count as this to, like complimenting her swordsmanship and calling her cute.
Tykebomb: He was born into a normal family, but just minutes after his birth, Al-Thamen kidnapped him to use him for his Magi status. Not that he cares.
Vitriolic Best Buds: His relationship with Kougyoku. He calls her an old hag and generally mocks her, but he also encouraged her to become strong and it's clear that they do care for each other. The supplementary materials take it even further by mentioning that he specifically enjoys messing with Kougyoku on his days off.
Manipulative Bastard: At the end of his time in Balbadd, he laments that such a good place for raising hatred and despair has been saved by our heroes. He smirks and just says he should look for another country to ruin. In other words, he fully acknowledges that what Al-Thamen does is just evil. And he likes it.
Oh Crap: Gets an awesome one when he sees Sinbad in Djinn equip charging an attack.
Brutal Honesty: At least in his younger years, openly calling Sheba out for her indoctrination and Uugo for not doing anything on combat.
Chekhov's Gunman: Introduced as an arc villain affiliated with Al-Thamen, but only some time after his death is he revealed to have been involved in quite a few sinister affairs. Among others, he is indirectly responsible for Magnostadt's manufacturing of Dark Djinn.
Not-So-Harmless Villain: Appears again after being decapitated by Alibaba in Sindria, then goes on to inflict curses on him and Sinbad.
Off with His Head!: Only in the manga. He is blind-sided by Alibaba, and cleanly beheaded. He escapes through a small snake, which bites Hakuryuu and inflicts a curse on him, that later allows him to manifest himself once more.
Smug Super: Extremely pleased when Setta praises his magic.
Status Buff: By using his lightning magic on Dunya and Isaac, he can enhance their magnetism powers.
Strike Me Down with All of Your Hatred: In the anime, he encourages Alibaba to kill him since he's the reason for everything: Balbadd's civil war and fragile situation, Cassim's death, his curse, and Sindria being forced into a war with Al-Thamen. Alibaba does it and all of Ithnan's black Rukh empowers Alibaba's curse, and makes him fall into depravity.
Broken Bird: Definitely. In fact, it's probably the main reason why Aladdin and Alibaba win.
Dark Action Girl: She certainly gives Aladdin and Alibaba a run for their money.
Dark and Troubled Past: She watched all her family and Isaac die, cursed her fate by falling into depravity, and became a member of Al-Thamen.
Defeat Means Friendship: Towards Aladdin. He was the only one she allowed herself to trust since he allowed her to see Isaac once again and did enjoy his company. Sadly it didn't last. It's those things that happened to her, that makes Aladdin decide to head on a journey by himself to Magnostadt.
Storm of Blades: Her "Extreme Magic"; which creates hundreds of these out of iron sand.
Sympathy for the Devil: Both the manga and anime have the MC's get this for her; but in the anime it causes Alibaba to be taken over by black Rukh, whilst in the manga it's just what got her to stop fighting.
You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: In the anime, Ithnan almost kills her when she failed to kill Aladdin and co with her extreme magic, and drained her Magoi. Subverted, since her Rukh revealed her backstory to Alibaba, allowing him to sympathize with her; thus making it much easier for Ithnan manipulate Alibaba and then have him fall into depravity.
Dunya's knight who is extremely loyal to her. Was once a man from the former Musta'sim Kingdom, now Magnostadt.
Would Hit a Girl: Only likes to fight them, actually. He punches Morgiana so hard that he says she'll never be able to have children. He thinks it would be sexual discrimination if he Wouldn't Hit a Girl.
A member of Al-Thamen who attacks Aladdin and the others after they leave Zagan's dungeon.
For tropes related to Falan, see her entry in Alma Torran.
A country now ruled by magicians. It once had an elaborate Wizarding School, but when the magicians decided they were no longer just the royal family's tools, they revolted and overthrew the kingdom. Now they are one of the major powers of the world, but not all is as it seems. Princess Dunya Musta'sim was once part of the royal family, when the country was still the Musta'sim Kingdom. Yamraiha studied there as a child, and the Chancellor was basically her adoptive father.
Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He can be an arrogant prick at times, but underneath that he's a good, deeply altruistic young man who values all lives equally, and once you earn his respect, he's one of the best friends you could ask for.
One Note Cook: Surprisingly for a member of royalty, he's able to cook. Less surprisingly, he's just able to cook his specialty.
Red Mage: He knows a bit of magic besides Healing magic.
Royals Who Actually Do Something: He's the youngest child of one of Heliohapt's noble families who left his country to train himself as a mage. He eventually took a supporting role in Magnostadt's war with Reim.
One of Aladdin's classmates at the Magic Academy, originally from the Reim Empire. With Aladdin, he is the top student at the school, and also like Aladdin, was sent on a mission to find the "abnormalities" of Magnostadt. He is working under the Magi Scheherazade. Later, he succeeds her position.
Cute and Psycho: Has a few shades of it. First shown with his attacking Aladdin from panic when he saw the gems on his wrists. And later he became increasingly unstable from jealousy toward Aladdin and the others, due to the fact that they'll live on while he won't.
Disney Death: Scheherazade allowed his ego to be reincarnated into the next Magi, rather than herself.
Dude Looks Like a Lady: He's so girly-looking that Aladdin actually gropes his chest to confirm if he's really a guy when they first meet. His feminine appearance starts to make a lot of sense when he's revealed to be an Opposite-Sex Clone of Scheherazade.
Light 'em Up: Created a shield of light magic to protect Marga.
Expendable Clone: Scheherazade sees no reason to keep Titus alive after he is done spying for her. Subverted since it's later revealed she really desires for Titus to live, but due to the fact that Scheherazade's real body is dying neither her recent clone nor Titus have much time left.
Face-Heel Turn: Somewhat. Mogamett promises to him supply him with Magoi to keep his existence, but as long as he fights to protect Magnostadt against the Reim Empire; ergo, his original country, his people and Scheherazade. Then he learns that the original Scheherazade will soon die and when that happens all her clones (including him) will perish as well anyway.
Heroic Sacrifice: Instead of waiting peacefully for his short life to end while all hell breaks loose, he is inspired by Marga to use the rest of his power (and his life) to help fix things up. Although his Magoi ends up being used to fuel Al-Thamen's father and unleashed it upon the world and Mogamett who he was finally able to free from his own hatred ends up dying at the Father's hands seconds later, this sacrifice eventually let Mogamett disrupt the Medium since he was the center that controlled it. Titus is later resurrected courtesy of Solomon and Scheherazade.
Opposite-Sex Clone: He's one of Scheherazade's clones created from her rukh, but he has the body of a man. He's rather self-conscious about it and gets angry when people remark his feminine appearance.
Pinocchio Syndrome: He doesn't want to die yet, so he's trying to found a way to get supplies of Magoi from a different source besides Scheherazade, and be able to live a normal life.
The Atoner: Because he knows there is no current way to save the people he had allowed to fall into depravity to fuel the medium, he decides to remain with them to atone rather than rejoin the white Rukh.
Dark and Troubled Past: His wife died from magic overuse many years ago, forced by the Musta'sim Royal Family to serve the people with the other magicians. His daughter died during a war with the Parthevia Empire, beginning his Start of Darkness.
Despair Event Horizon: With the death of so many magicians in the war with Reim, he's fallen into depravity and no longer wishes to protect the Goi and only desires to protect the magicians.
Doting Parent: Towards Sana, Yamraiha and later all Magicians. He'll always forgive them.
If you squint a little, you can compare him to Metal Gear's Big Boss. Both started as idealistic, Nice Guy who became embittered because of the death of their loved ones caused by "greater good", while they realized that "greater good" is just excuse used by greedy, incompetent people to forward their own goal. They also want to create safe haven for their own people (Big Boss: warriors and soldiers, Mogamett: Magicians), so their people will be respected and needed when this kind of people get abused for other means. Both also using Weapon of Mass Destruction to protect their countries against larger forces. Both also used to work with other bad guys, (Big Boss: Patriots, Mogamett: Al-Thamen, particularly Ithnan) but then leaves for ideological reasons. Lastly, both are A Father to His Men and Benevolent Boss.
Facial Markings: Has some pretty extreme "freckles" that (ironically, given his view that as a magician he's better than non-magicians, who are lower than animals) make him look reptilian.
One of Aladdin's magic professors. She's a yellow magician and she's the only know magician to have a stronger body than normal. She and her brother are the only know magicians to use whips instead of the common staff to perform magic. She teaches the 6th Kodor, which is mostly physical training.
Hot for Teacher: Aladdin really only passes her class, because he was reinvigorated every time he saw her...boobs.
Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She can be a bit of a bitch and her training methods are extremely brutal, and she has nothing but scorn for those who drop out of her training. However, she gives her full respect to those who have the guts to see it through to the end, and she is proud like a mother is proud when her students do well, especially in Aladdin's case.
Kung-Fu Wizard: Aside good magic, she uses a healthy dose of martial arts.
Wise Beyond Her Years: Acknowledged by Titus as such after she gives him a speech about how she would prefer to give her life fighting to keep save this "sparkling world" Titus has opened to her than have stayed in the 5th district, waiting her life to fade without achieve any of her dreams since such a life is no better than being dead. This inspires Titus to do the same.
The World Is Just Awesome: Because she has lived underground all her life and didn't expect it to be a long life, she goes gaga over pretty mundane things.
You Remind Me Of Myself: Her life imprisioned, her short lifespan and desire of knowing the exterior, reminded Titus of himself.
One of Aladdin's fellow classmates, who came from the Kou Empire. She starts off as a 6th Kodor like Aladdin, but is able to move up to 2nd in her first test. Her name was revealed by the "Magi Official Guidebook".
Dual Wield: She is the only magician shown wielding two staves.
Jerk with a Heart of Gold: In the anime, she doesn't have much patience for people who quite the harsh physical training; but is shown congratulating Aladdin both when he wins a 1st Kodor badge, and when he earns a special seat.
What Happened to the Mouse?: Like most of Aladdin's classmates, nothing is known about what happened to her after the battle, other than a single scene showing she was still alive.
He is a Magician from the Reim Empire that is studying in Magnostadt. He was in the 6th Kodor with Aladdin and Sai Lin. His name was revealed by the "Magi Official Guidebook".
Voiced by: Yuichi Karasuma
Adaptation Dye-Job: In the manga he appears to be blond, but the anime gives him red hair.
Heroic Sacrifice: Her current clone releases all the Magoi in her body to give it to the exhausted Alibaba and Kou royals.
She pulls another one in the Sacred Palace after her death. As the moment of her reincarnation approaches, Uugo asks her if she's sure she wants Titus to return in her place, and she tells him she is. Titus is then resurrected as the new Magi of Reim.
Hero of Another Story: Apparently, she had a similar relationship and adventures with the first king of Reim, to what Aladdin and Alibaba have now.
Humans Are Special: She knows that humans, with hard work and faith in themselves, can do incredible things; they make mistakes and stray from the right path sometimes, but if they're brave enough they can learn from their mistakes and can continue living. That's why, even though she's a Magi, she never uses her magic in Reim's wars, instead just supporting, motivating and having faith in her people, since she knows that Reim must stand on its own feet. However, in her talk with Aladdin and Titus, she realizes her errors and that she shouldn't turned a blind eye to the Empire's more dubious actions such as slavery, regardless of her own desire for Reim to stand on its own.
Icy Blue Eyes: After how long she's been around, she's very stern and cool-headed. Though given what we see in flashbacks of her youth it's obvious that she started with Innocent Blue Eyes.
Iron Lady: She's stoic and cool-headed, and ready to do anything in order to the protect the Reim Empire.
Her early callous disregard for her clone's (Titus) new-found love for life and demanding Titus' return to her causes Titus to rebel by siding with Magnostadt, and also earning the ire of the school's founder and country's leader Mogamett, who protects all his students (Titus included), with extraordinary zeal.
The Paragon: Her philosophy regarding normal humans is that they should learn to support themselves and one another instead of relying on magic, which directly contrasts with that of Mogamett.
Parental Substitute: To Titus. He is a clone of Scheherazade with a mind of his own, but he considers her as much his mother as she considers him her son.
The reason why she does not want Reim to rely on magic or metal vessels, is because she wants them to be able to stand on their own.
She ended the war between Reim and Magnostadt after a chat with Aladdin, and allowed Titus to spend his last month of life with his friends.
Psychic Link: With Titus, which allows her to take control of his body for a short time.
Purely Aesthetic Gender: A special chapter has her say that Magi don't really consider themselves to be male or female. She is rather shocked when Titus tells her about Aladdin's love of women.
Rapunzel Hair: It drags out on the ground, though she herself is not very tall.
Really 700 Years Old: She has been supporting the Reim Empire for over 200 years, but still has the appearance of a young girl. It later turns out that her body is actually a clone like Titus, and that her real body is so ancient that it can no longer move on its own.
Beware the Nice Ones: Though he's really nice to everyone by default, if you threaten Scheherazade or Reim in any way, look out.
Big Brother Mentor: Just like his sister seems to be set to become Morgiana’s Cool Big Sis, Muu seems to be falling into this position in his relationship with the young Fanalis. Muu is not only the one that tells Morgiana about their homeland, specifically saying that he should have told her before; but that the fact that he didn’t tell her, was because he was worried about her reaction once she learned the truth.
Explosive Overclocking: Because of his low magoi he's unable to use his Djinn Equip for more than a couple of minutes without getting completely drained but his speed and strength are enough to destroy a city.
Famous Ancestor: He inherited the blood from the first King candidate Scheherazade chose, Pernadius Alexius.
Kick the Dog: Gives a Breaking Speech to Titus about him being an aberration that, if it weren't for Scheherazade, wouldn't have existed in the first place, and how he has lost his path as Scheherazade's pawn for thinking that he had worth as a unique person.
The Kirk: As part of a Freudian Trio with Myron and Lo'lo. He always has to get involved in their fights and try to make them get along.
Perpetual Smiler: Almost always has a friendly and good natured smile on his face.
Pet the Dog: Oddly enough just before his Break Them by Talking speech, when a desperate Titus tells Muu that he has made friends that he cherishes, Muu genuinely congratulates the other boy for this with his normal friendliness in the middle of battle. And later looks pretty solemn after seeing Titus’s Heroic BSOD reaction from hearing this, clearly taking absolutely no pleasure in stating such things.
Undying Loyalty: To Scheherazade. Word of God said that it was his fate since he was born as he is a descendant of Pernadius, Scheherazade's first king.
White Sheep: Of all of the Fanalis we've seen so far, he's the only one with the disposition and magoi of a king candidate, albeit he's not a pureblood Fanalis. This is all the more obvious by the way he's attracted the Fanalis Corps, who are loyal only to him.
Nerva Julius Caluades
Son of the Reim Emperor and conqueror of the 44th dungeon, Shax.
Birds of a Feather: She and Olba fell in love while proclaiming their strong desire to protect Alibaba and the admiration they have towards him. Even, they share the single familiar that powers their household vessels.
Ship Tease: With Alibaba after his fight with Garda. Alibaba started to feel and behave a little like Cassim after his Rukh fused with Alibaba's; Cassim was of the type of men Toto likes, so she of course felt attracted for a second...until Alibaba returned to his normal self.
Even Evil Has Standards: While they admit that as bandits they dabbled in slavery they are aware of being the bad guys. They are horrified that a legitimate government which is supposed to protect the citizens would sell them into slavery.
Pet the Dog: They saved one girl from being raped saying that if you want to steal you should steal something more valuable than a girl's virginity.
Rags to Riches: They start off as thieves but eventually come to own a casino.
Arranged Marriage: To Barbarossa, Drakon's older brother. She doesn't seem too happy about it.
Badass Princess: She's actually pretty good in a fight, and even though she used a concealed weapon, she landed a hit on Sinbad.
Berserk Button: Don't insult her father. Really, don't. When a mob started insulting her and her men, telling them to get lost, she took it all stoicly. That is, until someone insulted her father, the emperor. If Sinbad hadn't stopped her, she probably would have beaten the offender to death with her bare hands.
Like Brother and Sister: With Drakon, maybe. She refers to him once as her little brother, but she may simply be referencing the fact that he's her brother-in-law, or soon will be. Given how this was an internal monologue, though, it seems like she really does think of him as a little brother.
The Reveal: Uugo actually is King Solomon's Djinn; his head wasn't missing, just stuck in the "Room of Fortitude" as he's unable to leave it and was teaching Aladdin to use magic all along. He wasn't just a Djinn, but also became one of Solomon's three Magi.
Lipstick Lesbian: She seems very feminine and she has only shown interest in women. She says she has fallen for Hakuei and in Alma Torran, she proposed to her fellow female Djinn Leraje to forget about Focalor, and fall in love with her instead.
Humans Are the Real Monsters: He doesn't select king candidates because he considers humans selfish, betraying liars by nature. He makes an exception with Hakuryuu, as he describes his Rukh as "painfully honest".
True Companions: She doesn't want a single king to rule but longs for a world built for the combined forces of a king and his strong retainers.
Woman Scorned: She calls Kouen a "cheater" because he already has three Djinns and reminds herself she swore to never fall in love with playboys like him. When chanting his Extreme Magic, Kouha says that his enemies will "disappear under the queen's crushing grief."
Kouha: "You look like someone who was just ditched by her man."
You Are Better Than You Think You Are: Kouha was ready to be a household vessel user but she saw he was better than that just by seeing his army's eyes full of Undying Loyalty. She recognized nobody would choose Kouha as king, but if he could earn the loyalty of his army, he was worthy of her power.
Your Make Up Is Running: After noticing how Kouen already has three Djinns and recalling she hates playboys, she starts crying because she still founds him attractive.
Kouha: "What's that? You pervy Djinn. Your make-up looks shitty."
Djinn of Terror and Meditation, he uses Fire Magic, and one of Kouen's 3 Djinn.
The world that had been ruled by Solomon in the past and where the Djinn had all once been humans. Due to a catastrophic war there, all life was eventually destroyed.
The Atoner: Solomon and his vassals had all helped power the mind altering towers in the past. But now they seek to destroy all these towers, and whisk away the avatars of the divine staves, in order to atone for all of their sins.
Defector from Decadence: After they learn what terrible things that the humans have been doing to all the other sentient species.
Fallen Hero: Many of those who risked their lives to protect the world and were Solomon's allies, if not his friends; are the ones who would later betray Solomon and start the war that would ultimately destroy Alma Torran. Some of these fallen heroes are now even members of Al-Thamen.
Foregone Conclusion: It's well-known from the beginning that regardless of the good things that happen in the flashback, everything will go to hell for Alma Torran. We even know who will be among the ones to betray Solomon, though not why.
The Atoner: He deserves special credit because his father is the one who created the mind controlling towers. Solomon thus believes himself to be responsible for freeing the non-human species from their 500 years of enslavement.
Brutal Honesty: Told to Sheba, right in her face, that she was a despicable woman and, that in his eyes, she's a worse monster compared to the other species she looks down at. Although his opinion of her got better, when he later observed Sheba playing with a manticore and genuinely having fun. When she had a Heel Realization and understood the extent of suffering her magic caused to her manticore friend, he declared that he likes her now.
Childhood Friends: With Arba. He considers her existence to be particularly important because of this trope.
Don't Call Me Sir: He dislikes it when Arba calls him "young master" and has told her countless times to quit it. He especially wants her to stop treating him as someone above her because she's his childhood friend and the one he wants to hold his Morality Chain.
Drunk with Power: Being the central pillar of La Résistance and the one people look up with awe and hope in their eyes, he's afraid that he could become this; like his father, who holds the Magician Orthodox's hearts in his hands and went all A God I Am.
The Faceless: At least while in his days as king. When younger he was identical to Aladdin.
Nay-Theist: He believes that Ill Ilah is really a mindless lump of power rather than a god.
Non-Idle Rich: Arba calls him "young master" and says she is his servant, meaning that Solomon was born to a noble or rich family. Not that he cares; as he says that he is no longer a "young master", nor is Arba his servant.
Uptown Guy: He comes from a noble family and Arba was originally his servant. It's implied that at least Arba has strong feelings for Solomon.
The Xenophile: Solomon is fascinated with any non-human species' cultures, and thus he was like a child in a candyshop, when the manticores invited him and his group to spend the night within their underground city.
You Remind Me of X: He tells Sheba that she reminds him of his former self, so he wants to make sure she doesn't revert back to the way she was so she can go down the right path.
Such a cutie.
A little girl who was saved by Solomon when she was about to die from giving energy to a Mind altering tower and the viewpoint character of the Alma Torran arc. At first, she's a fundamentalist who hates all non-human species, but eventually grows out of it and becomes a member of La Résistance and Solomon's worshipper.
Empty Eyes: They start to go away as she shows more emotion and even plays with a young manticore, something she wouldn't have ever considered during her initial appearance. They sometimes pop out from time to time, specially when facing something she doesn't agree with, like Solomon thinking Ill Illah isn't really a god.
Fantastic Racism: She hates all the non-human species who lived in Alma Torran. And anyone who sympathizes with them or does not agree with her is "impure". When playing with a young manticore, however, she begins to show traces of changing her stance towards the non-human species.
Flower in Her Hair: After a young manticore gives her a giant flower as an apology for almost attacking her in their first meeting, and wants her to wear it in her hair. Amusingly, the flower is too heavy for her, but the manticore was happy with her trying to do it anyway.
Freudian Excuse: The main reason behind her Fantastic Racism seems to be mostly due to the fact that it was indoctrinated in her at an early age by her church. She shows immense confusion when the manticore tribe weren't behaving as she was taught they would.
The Fundamentalist: Played with. She considers that the duty of humankind given by Ill Ilah was enslaving the non-human species in retribution of the past of being devoured, because it was written in the "Holy Scriptures". But in reality, it was that Ill Ilah wanted humans to be the ones who united the world.
Green-Eyed Monster: Despite having had a good close relationship with Arba in the past, her jealousy over Arba's closeness to Solomon has made her see Arba as only a rival.
Heel Realization: She becomes very ashamed of herself, when Uugo reminds her that the manticores were mindless beasts only because of her magic; and then finding out that it led directly to Momo's father's death.
Love Hurts: Her feelings for Solomon go beyond mere admiration. Unfortunately, he only treats her as a kid and she's no match for Solomon's bond with Arba, which is a source of great frustration and sadness for her.
Powered by a Forsaken Child: She alone powered a tower that mind-controlled any species that wasn't human, prior to the creation of Alma Torran. When La Résistance whisked her away, she was getting close to death.
Tears of Remorse: She breaks down in tears, when she finally understands what a horrible person she was.
Tsundere: She starts to earnestly proclaim that she'll became stronger in order to be a woman suitable for Solomon, to then just deny that she has any interest in him.
Unwanted Rescue: Despite being on the verge of death, she resents that Solomon's team whisked her away from the tower. She was there then at the time because she wanted to be, and since she considered it her sacred duty.
Well-Intentioned Extremist: Solomon fears she is becoming this, when she shows the same fanatical devotion to The Resistance's cause that she showed to that of the Magician Orthodox. She also has a problem with trying to do everything herself.
You Are Not Alone: When she understands that Solomon's determination in freeing the non-human species, comes from believing himself as responsible for his father's actions, for being his son. She then reminds him that he doesn't have to do it alone, and that he has his True Companions with him. He thanks her for that.
A member of the La Résistance led by Solomon. She's his former servant who has known him since he was a kid.
Action Girl: She is the one who taught Solomon how to fight.
Subordinate Excuse: It's implied that her reason to keep herself as someone under Solomon is because she has feelings for him, and that being able to be in the same level as him would give her hope of her feelings being reciprocated.
Chekhov's Gunman: Although first introduced in the Magi main series within a flashback; she actually appears earlier on chronologically in Sinbad's Adventures, as a Magician Counselor for the Parthevia Empire (actually having infiltrated it as a part of Al-Thamen), and accompanies Drakon and Jafar during their exploration of Valefor's dungeon, to capture its Djinn and Sinbad.
Face-Heel Turn: Was amongst the ones who eventually betrayed Solomon, and is a part of Al-Thamen as of Sinbad's Adventures.
Fantastic Racism: Views all the non-human species of Alma Torran as being fundamentally inferior to humans.
A God I Am: He's a powerful magician that rules the Orthodox's council. He is thus practically a king; so why not go a step further, enslave all of the non-human species and become a god? Solomon recognises this about his father though, and doesn't want to become like him. Solomon believes that David actually plans to surpass Ill Ilah, killing it in the process.
Remember the New Guy: The anime does this to them. They were featured with Aladdin in the first chapter of the manga, but that entire chapter was left out of the anime. When Aladdin later encounters them in the anime with Morgiana, he already knows them.
Subverted, they do hint their association with him.
Bad Boss: Jamil seems friendly enough at first, but this only makes him more of a psychopath, in that he keeps up the friendliness, whilst abusing his slaves.
Break the Haughty: Jamil gets a massive one courtesy of him underestimating Alibaba and Aladdin.
Dirty Coward: When the dangers of the dungeon begin to show, he loses his amicable and threatening demeanor, becoming terrified and panicky.
Enfant Terrible: Morgiana's flashbacks show him abusing her even when they were both children.
Establishing Character Moment: Jamil is introduced as talking rather amicably with his slave, Morgiana, who returned to him even after being freed. His next scene is of him casually beating up his slaves without changing his happy expression and ranting about how he deserves to be King. This dichotomy becomes the focus of his arc.
Took a Level in Badass: After staying off screen for about 100 chapters, Dorji appears again in Chapter 145, as the captain of the Kouga army of household vessel users working under Ren Hakuei's command.
A slave trader who partners up with a band of thieves.
Compelling Voice: Her tool makes everyone see her words as those of their mother.
Didn't Think This Through: Her tool takes one's love for their mother and transfers it to her; which is why she uses children, but in the case of Aladdin, who never knew his mother, and Alibaba, who has been without one for a long time, it doesn't work very well. In the case of Hakuryuu, it transferred his hate. Leading to her capture and death.
Mercy Kill: Hakuryuu says this is why he killed her, that she was going to be executed anyway and the crowd was trying to kill her on the dock. But Alibaba doesn't buy it, and his showing off her head to her children was down right despicable.
More than Mind Control: Convinces children to follow her based on the love of their mother. Aladdin is able to resist this because he never knew his mother and never expecting love from a mother. Alibaba is affected to some degree, but not completely because he still has his reasons abound. Morgiana is affected quite badly, probably because she's longing for a mother. Hakuryuu... well, just say that he has mother issues and leave it at that.
My Beloved Smother: Discussed. Aladdin realised that a person who controls your life forever can't be good at all, even if she calls herself "your mother" and one must cut the motherly bonds soon or later and be independent.
One of Uum Madara's "children" and a pirate. After being defeated and Uum Madara was killed, Alibaba sent him and his siblings to Sindria. After one year's time skip, Olba is more open, more cheerful and adores Alibaba for giving him a second chance.
Big Brother Worship: The Uum Madara's crew feel this towards him. He feels this way towards Alibaba.
Birds of a Feather: He and Toto fell in love while proclaiming their strong desire to protect Alibaba, and the admiration they have towards him. Even, they share the single familiar that powers their household vessels.
Undying Loyalty: Towards Uuum Madaura, whom he sees as his mother. Currently he and the other pirates feel this for Alibaba.
Consider yourself lucky if you find him.
One of the four current Magi, along with Scheherazade, Judar, and Aladdin. A wanderer who does as he pleases, currently living in the Great Rift on the way to the Dark Continent. Raised the first dungeon, Baal, 14 years before the start of the series, though he has never chosen a King Candidate.
Born-Again Immortality: Yunan has lived nine lives already, in only his current body. Everytime he dies, his Rukh is taken to the Sacred Palace and he revives in a body, like Scheherazade did with Titus.
Day Hurts Dark-Adjusted Eyes: He prefers dark places. In Sinbad's Adventures, Sinbad first met him after finding him inside a barrel; he lives in the Great Rift between the Dark Continent and he comments that Sindra's sunlight is too strong for him.
Mundane Utility: He uses magic to 'play' with the atoms to create...a wooden house with everything included and food. The dream of every traveler.
Mysterious Backer: He's also supported by Uugo (and by extension, Solomon), and seems to know much more than Aladdin about what's going on in this world, but he doesn't help much aside from showing the path of what to do to others.
Mystical White Hair: His hair is platinum blonde, almost white, befitting his status as a powerful Magi.