Omniscient Hero: The reason Al-Thamen wants to capture him. Thanks to "Solomon's Wisdom" he can interact with Rukh to know everything.
Power Incontinence: After taking the Power Limiter out to try to stop the Magnostadt vs. Reim Empire war, the Rukh started to flow slowly after months of not being used, but after a while Aladdin was given so much Magoi his body wasn't able to cope.
White Mage: Even though he has offensive magic in his arsenal, what makes Aladdin special is Solomon's Wisdom and strong connection with white Rukh. He generally uses his powers to heal and protect rather than stage attacks.
The Deuteragonist of the series. He meets Aladdin while in charge of a caravan and decides to go traveling with him. He is also The third prince of Balbadd and the king's illegitimate son, and fled the city after a major disaster at the castle that he was responsible for.
The Beard: With Toto. He says she's his girlfriend, but the following chapter reveals that it was a huge lie.
Big Brother Instinct: Has shades of this towards Aladdin, and later towards Olba once he becomes a part of Alibaba's Household.
Big Damn Heroes: In Chapter 176. He stopped Mu's attack with Amon's sword, saving Aladdin's life. He's really progressed in this as well—saving entire cities in the nick of time has become a recurring theme with him. Still not as much as Sinbad though.
Determinator: Once he gathers his resolve, he won't stop until he's accomplished his goal.
Establishing Character Moment: When he yells at the wine merchant and chooses to save the little girl from the Desert Hyacinth instead of the goods. This was also the moment that cemented Alibaba's image in Aladdin's mind.
Heroic Self-Deprecation: He's a bit low on self-confidence. When Sinbad tells him that he's going to be king, he immediately backs off saying that "he's not meant for something like that." Although at one point Aladdin manages to encourage him, he still feels doubtful sometimes later on.
Aladdin: "I don't think so... You're brave! I've known that from the day I met you. [...] Despite your reasons, you still believed in yourself. As long as you do that, you're fine! That's not something a coward could do. So I know you're really brave. Really brave! I respect you, my best friend!"
He Who Fights Monsters: In the anime, all his rage against Ithnan, plus the curse plus having to relive with Dunya the whole Cassim situation, make him kill Ithnan.
Hidden Badass: Shows he has actual fighting skill when dueling with Jamil.
Hope Spot: After all this time wanting a girlfriend, he thought that Morgiana's "I want to be with you forever-" words were a confession. Actually she meant "-as a member of your household". He turned into an oozing, blubblering mess, acting like a hurt wild animal because facing his mistake hurting more than he could handle.
Idiot Hair: With a particularly thick, triangular point.
I Will Wait for You: Since Morgiana doesn't know how to act and react like a lovestruck girl, she ask him to teach her more about romance and wait until she's ready to correspond his feelings. He accepts.
Love Revelation Epiphany: After Olba tells him Morgiana has feelings for him, Alibaba at first doesn't believe it, but starts to realize it would explain some of her odd behaviour. He starts seeing her in a different light and realizes Morgiana is a really cute girl. He's crushed when Morgiana tells him she wanted to be by his side "as member of his household", but accepts to slowly teach her about romance and wait for her to be ready to correspond his feelings.
Magic Knight: After getting Amon's sword, which he combines with fire magic.
Manly Tears: Subverted. After finally becoming 'the man you expected me to be', he's crying streams of tears and looks totally silly and childish.
Man on Fire: Alibaba has to deal with this at first with his Djinn equip. He doesn't seem to be hurt by the flames at all though.
Modest Royalty: He's a prince, but he never brings it up or flaunts it in any way.
Must Make Amends: He wants to become stronger enough to get Balbadd back to its former glory, since he still feels guilty for the robbery of the national treasury, the people's misery and Cassim's fall into depravity and death.
Pet the Dog: We first see Alibaba as just a petty, greedy caravan driver. Then he puts Honor Before Reason to save a little girl by sacrificing his client's precious cargo instead and we see that he will be one of our heroes.
Playing with Fire: Obtains a Fire Djinn named Amon after conquering his first dungeon with Aladdin.
A former slave of Jamil who is originally from the Dark Continent, and is a member of the Fanalis Tribe. Aladdin and Alibaba help to free her from captivity and she eventually reunites with them after a six month time skip.
Friend to All Children: Very sweet, gentle and kind towards children, who are amongst the few things that can make her smile.
Going Commando: There's not much indication she's wearing anything beneath that skimpy slave outfit in the first few episodes. Not even after getting new clothes, it seems that she doesn't like to wear underwear.
Happiness in Slavery: Morgiana who willingly goes along with Jamil's requests. Subverted in that she's just been broken so badly, she's afraid of being killed.
Heroic RROD: Activating her household vessel took almost all the Magoi she had inside her (and it isn't that much, by the way) and she was on the verge of death because of it.
Heroic Self-Deprecation: Despite having saved Aladdin and Alibaba in millions other desperate situations, she seems to genuinely feel useless whenever she's unable to do something with the situation, even though it might not be her fault at all.
Innocently Insensitive: She unwittingly destroyed Alibaba's hopes of finding a girlfriend in her when she says that she wanted to be by his side "as member of his household". She learned her mistake and made something for it. See I Will Wait for You in Alibaba's section.
Kick Chick: Powerful limbs are a speciality of her race.
What Is This Thing You Call Love?: She admits that since was a slave most of her life, romantic feelings and relationships are things she knows little to nothing about. She asks Alibaba to wait for her to learn enough about romantic love for them to be together.
When She Smiles: Thank goodness the opening credits don't spoil it for you, because it is truly an angelic sight to behold come Episode 6!!
Anguished Declaration of Love: He confesses to Morgiana, proposing to her and asking her to be his empress of the new country he intends to create. However, she hesitates in giving him an answer, prompting him to realize that she does not feel the same way because of her affection towards Aladdin and implied crush on Alibaba. He promises that he will come back to propose again some day.
Anti-Hero: Well meaning, but ruthless. At least, that is, until the end of the Magnostadt arc, where he's revealed to be working directly with Judar, making him a Villain Protagonist or just a straight up Villain, depending on whether the narrative continues to treat him as a protagonist or not.
Knight Templar Big Brother: Inverted since he's the younger brother, but when he sees his mother and she suggests the idea of her killing his sister Hakuei, he immediately uses Full Djinn equip and tries to kill her.
Naïve Newcomer: Hinted at by Sinbad when Hakuryuu first asks for his help in opposing the Kou Empire. This painfully comes true when he can't do anything in his first dungeon against Zagan and ends up getting saved a lot.
Hakuryuu: "Hatred will never be erased!!! The only thing you can do... is erase the one you hate!!!"
Revenge Before Reason: His entire goal is to split the Kou Empire in half with war in order to get revenge on his mother—a member of Al-Thamen for killing his father and his two older brothers, without considering all the collateral damage a war could cause.
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.
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.
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 at his deadbed, 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.
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.
Deadly Decadent Court: Only because of the inclusion of a large number of members of Al-Thamen. The Royal Family (sans Gyokuen and Hakuryuu) and their personal retainers are actually a close knit bunch.
Proper Lady: All of the princesses except Kougyoku, though she does try. Of the eight princesses, only Hakuei and Kougyoku are Dungeon Capturers and unwed.
Royally Screwed Up: Subverted, as most of the family is actually quite normal, with the exceptions being Gyokuen and Hakuryuu.
Royals Who Actually Do Something: Three of the crown princes and one of the crown princesses are actual generals in the Imperial Army. Four princes and two princesses, including the aforementioned generals, are dungeon conquerors.
First Prince of the Kou Empire. Exalted as the strongest General in the Kou Empire. He is the owner of three metal vessels and is thus far the only person other than Sinbad to have conquered more than one dungeon.
Ambition Is Evil: In this universe, wanting to take over the world by force is kind of evil. In a kind of subversion, Kouen only really wants to conquer the world to put an end to war and so that he may use all of the world's knowledge to find out what the "King Vessel" is.
Defeat Equals Friendship: In a manner of speaking. His Household is made up of dungeon monsters, presumably one or two from each dungeon he's conquered.
The Emperor: He's not officially emperor, as his title was usurped, but given how he controls the vast majority of the Kou Empire's armies and six of the eight Djinn the Kou Empire has conquered are loyal to him, he may as well be.
Lust: Kouha reveals to Aladdin that his brother En is actually a very "greedy for knowledge" person. He's willing to take over the world, take monsters down and swear his heart out with just knowledge in his mind. No riches, no fame or glory, knowledge.
Magma Man: Can use the natural magma in the ground to recharge his Magoi.
Major Injury Underreaction: In Chapter 191, Kouen keeps calm even after the skin on his face, torso and legs was MELTING OFF, exposing the muscles beneath.
Pet the Dog: When he sees Hakuryuu for the first time after he had come back from Sindria, Kouen claps him on the shoulder and praises him for conquering a dungeon, even though Hakuryuu had disrespected him by not bowing upon Kouen's return.
Playing with Fire: The Djinn whose powers he uses the most, Astaroth, is a powerful Fire Djinn.
Reasonable Authority Figure: He genuinely cares about his country's future, and to a somewhat lesser extent, that of the rest of the world.
Not So Stoic: A minor example. Turns out, Kouen is actually kind of self-conscious about not being able to express himself properly in front of others, thinking that he must be "boring" because of that.
Bad Boss: Strange subversion. Loves to beat his attendants when they make mistakes like messing his clothes, but they love when he does it.
Benevolent Boss: What he is in actuality. He formed his own army by recruiting the rejects of society: failed experiments, people so low on the social ladder even slaves got more respect than them, exiles. He did this, despite knowing that anybody with any power in the empire besides his family would look down on him for it, because he could identify with them and the fact that the Kou Empire never thought anything of them, and he wanted to take them with him when he created a place where people like him could be respected.
Because You Were Nice to Me: Kouha never was expected to be anyone important in Kou thanks to his rather low position in his family's hierarchy and his eccentric, violent personality, but his older brothers never treated him badly or stopped believing in him, making him fanatically loyal to both. One of the ways he tries to live up to their expectations of him is his tendency to recruit the social outcasts of the Kou Empire into his personal army, and believe in them the way his brothers believed in him, and give them the chance to become better people when nobody else would give them the chance.
BFS: Wields a blade bigger than his own body. As if that isn't enough, it can extend, being a metal vessel.
Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He comes across as more than a bit psycho and he can be extremely hostile and aggressive towards enemies of his brother, and let's not even get into his undeniable ax craziness, but on the flip side, he's extremely dedicated to his family and a loving father to his men who took in the dregs of society that everybody else shunned.
Meaningful Name: It means "Red Supremacy" in Japanese and "Red Tyrant" in Chinese.
Son of a Whore: Much of his complex is because his mother is not his brother's, but a concubine who, futhermore, went insane.
The Tease: Whenever Junjun says that she has abandoned any hope of getting a husband and the happiness of a woman, Kouha offers her to go to his room and for him to give her all the happiness she wants. This has happened several times apparently, it's just that Junjun's heart is not ready yet.
Three witches that are completely loyal to Prince Kouha. Along with Meihou, they are his principal aides. They were experimented on, aiming to create artificial magicians, but when it failed they were considered monsters, and thrown away.
Bandaged Babe: The three of them wear bandages on different parts of their bodies.
Defiled Forever: Junjun and Reirei feel this way about their bodies, and they say that in the state their bodies are no man would want to marry and start a family with them.
Emotionless Girl: Jinjin. It particularly stands out in an extra where she is seen besides her boyfriend, with whom she plans to get married to, and doesn't even bat an eyelid.
In Love with Your Carnage: In the anime, they were delighted at seeing their beloved and strong prince butchering thieves left and right.
Too Kinky to Torture: At one point, Junjun was messing up Kouha's clothes, he started to slap her but gets distracted by Aladdin, at that moment Junjun was turned up and Reirei and Jinjin are at the background, asking for their turn to come next.
Royals Who Actually Do Something: Her introduction is leading her men in subsuming a warrior village into the Kou Empire; which in her case means negotiating for a peaceful assimilation that will allow said village to keep their heritage and culture.
Stripperiffic: Her Djinn equip. You have to wonder how you don't see her panties or why her breastpads aren't slipping off with all that wind she conjures. Further wonder how those little chains attached manage to be strong enough to hold everything up to constantly protect her private parts.
Summon Magic: Not quite. Paimon only appeared because Aladdin gave her a lot of Magoi. Normally Hakuei is just an Elemental Magic user.
Technical Pacifist: Originally tries to persuade Baba's village to peacefully surrender to the empire before her men backstab her.
Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Tomboy to Kougyoku's Girly Girl, though Hakuei is more feminine than most examples.
Turn the Other Cheek: Quite literally; She refuses to block or counter an attack made by a villager in the hope of calming down the clan and finding out what really happened.
White Sheep: She's not just one of the nicer members of the Ren Royal Family (the second being post-Character Development Kougyoku) and actively trying to unite the world via peaceful ways but she was completely oblivious of the fact her own mother being the killer of her father and older biological brothers.
The Eighth Princess of the Kou Empire. As the youngest she doesn't hold much political power, and though she would rather live her life as a warrior, she will more likely get into an arranged marriage to benefit the Empire.
Affectionate Nickname: Not really a nickname but she refers to Judar, Hakuryuu and Alibaba with the suffix "chan" (little). This is particularly amusing considering that Judar is older than her, and she and Alibaba are around the same age.
Arranged Marriage: As the youngest princess, it seems her purpose is to marry anyone the Emperor needs her to. Say, Ahbmad Saluja.
She Cleans Up Nicely: The Kougyoku we all know and love is the result of Kobun's efforts. When he was made her attendant, he found her as mess with no self-confidence; Kobun's encouragment and later Judar's were what make her the fine and powerful princess she's today.
Enigmatic Minion: Tried to manipulate Kougyoku into first marrying Abhmad, but when that failed he tried to get her to marry Sinbad, all so he could be an attendant to their child and rule Balbadd or Sindria, respectively. His plan failed.
Mother of Hakuryuu and Hakuei and stepmother of Kouen, Kouha, Koumei and Kougyoku. She is currently the Empress of Kou Empire, after her second husband, the former Emperor, passed away. She is also a member of Al-Thamen. She is also a Magi from King Solomon's court.
Foreshadowing: A very subtle one, almost imperceptible, mostly in the anime. Her seiyu, Miki Ito, made the voice of the female Magi at Solomon's Court in Ithnan's flashback. Later on, we found she was that Magi.
Incest Is Relative: As soon as her first husband died, she married her brother-in-law. Then when he died too, Gyokuen starts to be very touchy-feely with her nephew and step-son Kouen. Even Kouha thinks it's disgusting.
Vain Sorceress: It's stated that her youthful appearance is artificial.
Wicked Witch: She's able to use magic as she can uses bolg and she's a member of Al-Thamen; no wonder why Hakuryuu's name for her is "the witch from Al-Thamen".
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.
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 sort of sees itself as a noble organization trying to free the world from "enslavement" rather than an organization set out to destroy peace and order and spread destruction and conflict.
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.
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.
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 dark Rukh empowers Alibaba's curse and makes him fall into depravity.
Princess Dunya Musta'sim
Princess of the Musta'sim Kingdom, a destroyed country. She joins up with Al-Thamen to take her country back, but later realizes the error of her ways.
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 to Alibaba her back story, allowing him to sympathize with her, making much easier for Ithnan manipulate Alibaba and have him fall into depravity.
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.
Sinbad's own country founded on a small island to the south of Balbadd. It's home to refugees and immigrants from other countries, creating a diverse and peaceful land made successful through tourism and trading. Also known as the "City of Dreams", it's the core of the "Seven Seas Alliance".
The Alcoholic: Ja'far notes that they have gone through many troubles thanks to Sinbad's mismanagement of alcohol. During the Balbadd arc, after consuming so much alcohol that he passes out on the streets, the Nando brothers come along and steal his things including his metal vessels which makes the subsequent conflicts a whole lot more difficult to deal with. There's also one time, although it's Played for Laughs, when Ren Kougyoku accuses Sinbad of violating her after she finds herself in bed with his naked, reeking-of-alcohol body. It turns out to be a misunderstanding.
Honor Before Reason: There are many instances in which Sinbad has to choose from his duty as a world leader and his ideals. This largely reflects that, despite some of his other less morally shiny actions, Sinbad is at heart still the same idealistic young man who wanted to change the world he was in the beginning.
When a starving mother who was going to rob a noble's home is going to accept a piece of leftover food thrown on the ground by said noble, Sinbad stops her and lets her and her companions rob the noble as long as they don't kill anyone. Later he declares that he wants to help the Fog Troupe because the King is unjust, which is insane because he's the king of another sovereign nation and had even agreed to defeat said Fog Troupe for said unjust King. Then, he offers to provide refuge and haven for Fog Troupe rebels if the King of Balbadd tries to crush them without further negotiations.
This can also be considered an inversion of the trope, as Sinbad cares more about doing what's right than honoring his business dealings.
Nice Guy: In the beginning, while still running around naive and ignorant of political intrigue, Sinbad was at an ungodly level of nice. Hell, he was even nice to Ja'far when they first met. Now he's still nice but he's developed a dark side too.
The Paragon: His character falls into this a little. For example, in the Balbadd arc his goal at first was to get Alibaba confident and powerful enough to take the crown.
Perpetual Smiler: Sinbad's default mode is happy and he tries to smile whenever he can. This gets especially funny when he comes home to Sindria after the six-month timeskip to find that Alibaba and Aladdin have sized up a bit. He can't take them seriously anymore, breaks the smiling act, and tells them to run.
The first shot we get of him is his silhouette framed by the mysterious blue djinn carrying the treasure of dreams as he walks out of the collapsing dungeon Baal in Alibaba's rendition of his first adventure.
After the six month timeskip, we get an awesome shot of him and the Generals who accompanied him to Kou walking back into his palace.
Public Domain Character: Sinbad the Sailor of the Seven Seas, of course. It seems that he actually did start as a sailor before dungeon diving.
The Wonka: Sinbad's well know for being an unconventional, laid-back, cheerful, skirt chaser of a drunkard but also for being the first dungeon conqueror and king of a peaceful and very successful kingdom.
One of Sindria's eight generals. Regarded as the best swordsman in Sindria. Later during the Sindria arc, he is assigned by Sinbad to train Alibaba in swordsmanship. Often gets into fights with a fellow general, Yamraiha. He came from Heliohapt.
Crazy Jealous Guy: When Yamraiha admits that Sinbad tried to grope her while drunk in the past, Sharrkan has an immediate dismayed reaction, even though the generals are all used to Sinbad's behavior.
Even better, after hearing Yam's preference for older men with beards was because she couldn't get over her "first man" and her fond memories with him (in Pisti's words, but it's actually just her father figure Mogamett), not only does Sharrkan freak out into a Corner of Woe, the next day he decides to grow out a beard and is all too eager to show her when he does.
Non romatic example: When Alibaba says that he had other mentors while training in Reim (Shambal at Magoi Manipulation and Mu at swordfighting), Sharrkan got pissed and said he "felt betrayed" since he was supposed to be Alibaba's sole mentor.
One of Sindria's eight generals. She is a sorceress who specializes in water magic. Later in the Sindria Arc, she is assigned by Sinbad to train Aladdin in magic manipulation. She often gets into fights with a fellow general, Sharrkan. She came from Magnostadt.
Dark and Troubled Past: Something's up with her and her connection to the Magnostadt Magic Academy takeover. Revealed when her and Aladdin meet Mogamett in the medium that she was kidnapped from her home out of fear of her being used and killed as a courtyard mage in Musta'sim. However, she believed and feared that Mogamett had raised and hid the truth from her to use her, while she eventually realized later after leaving Magnostadt that he was doing it to protect her.
Old Maid: She's just 23, but because she usually gets nervous while speaking to any men she likes, she starts talking about magic and confusing them with her Magi Babble; she's scared of becoming an old unmarried woman with just magic in her life. Pisti recommends her to date a male magician.
Celibate Hero: After his wife's death, he dedicates himself entirely to his duties as a General and avoids hanging around with women. His children are worried and often try to hook him with a Big Beautiful Woman if possible.
The Beastmaster: Using her flute and her voice, she can match the wavelength of animals' Rukh and become friends with them. She does best with birds, but doesn't really good with sea creatures, especially the larger ones.
The Nondescript: Despite being one of the Eight Generals, Spartos is the most "normal" of them, and the fact that he doesn't do much to stand out doesn't help neither. Aladdin made an innocent (but kinda cruel) joke about it which made Spartos cry and the others agree that he needs more personality.
Four-Star Badass: While all of the Eight Generals technically fit this thanks to their titles, Drakon seems to fit the most as the extras in Volume 9 imply that he is the commander of Sindria's armies.
Happily Married: To the most supportive and understanding wife in the world, one assumes.
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.
Red Mage: He knows a bit of magic besides Healing magic.
One Note Cook: Surprisingly for a member of royalty, he's able to cook. Less surprisingly, he's just able to cook his specialty.
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.
Back from the Dead / Came Back Strong: He's a genius magician but had serious issues due to the fact that he's an Artificial Human with a short lifespan and only a finite amount of Magoi. He got over that and eventually decided to use all of it in a Heroic Sacrifice. When he comes back, it's as a Magi—meaning unlimited Magoi and a natural lifespan.
Better to Die Than Be Killed: Inverted. 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.
Senseless Sacrifice: Subverted. 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. It was thanks to this sacrifice that Mogamett was able to eventually disrupt the medium since he was the center that controlled it. Double subverted when he resurrects courtesy of Solomon.
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.
Light 'em Up: Created a shield of light magic to protect Marga.
Face-Heel Turn: Somewhat. Matal has 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.
A Hero Is Born: As of Chapter 198, where it's revealed that King Solomon is still very much active behind the scenes, can choose where the next Magi reincarnates, and can do so immediately. He could have even sent Scheherazade back using one of her clones, but she insisted that Titus be the one.
Lady of Black Magic: Rare male example. He fits this trope because of his appearance and personality.
Your Days Are Numbered: Because Scheherazade created him, she only supplies him with enough Magoi to live long enough to complete his goal. But the truth is that neither Titus nor Scheherazade have much time left to live, as her real body is dying.
Chancellor of the Magnostadt Magic Academy. May be behind the "abnormalities" in Magnostadt, especially because he helped depose the Musta'sim Royal Family, but also seems to be a nice person.
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 Parthevian 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.
If you squint a little, you can compare him to 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) makes him look reptilian.
Freudian Excuse: Treats Muggles as cattle because their greed and stupidity resulted in this deaths of his wife and daughter.
Humans Are the Real Monsters: His belief. For overusing her magic to help the Goi, his wife died and for fighting until exhaustion for the Royal Family, his daughter died; so you can see why.
I Choose to Stay: 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.
Muggle Power: Gets power from muggles and from his perspective all humans are grotesque. He lets Titus take Marga to the surface because in his eyes she's no better than a stray kitten, and even uses words normally used for animals when talking about her.
Parental Substitute: Though, he considers all magicians as his children, he was this specifically to Yamraiha.
Reasonable Authority Figure: He seems fine with Aladdin and the others going down to the 5th Authorization District even when they aren't supposed to, but something's definitely up with him.
If one is a magician, he's ready to forgive and forget; anyone else, though, is screwed.
Papa Wolf: To him, all magician's are his children, no matter who, or even WHAT, they are and it doesn't matter who he makes his enemy, he will protect them till his last breath.
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 kudor, which is mostly physical training.
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 dosis of marcial 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.
Court Mage: The High Priestess of the Reim Empire.
Dramatic Ellipsis: Always speaks... this... way...except when giving orders to the army.
Expendable Clone: Scheherazade sees no reason to keep Titus alive after he is done spying for her. She is also implied to kill off her clones when they get too old to keep up the appearance of eternal youth.
Though recent chapters show us that is not the case at all. 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.
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, Ugo 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 newMagi of Reim.
Humans Are Special / Humans Are Flawed: She knows 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, though she's a Magi, never uses her magic in Reim's wars, she just supports and motivates and have faith in her people since she knows 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 the empire to stand on its own.
Innocent Blue Eyes: Somewhat subverted though, as she isn't particularly innocent in any way, not after how long she's been around.
Iron Lady: She will protect the Reim Empire, at all costs.
Like a Son to Me: Even though she didn't give birth to him, she considers Titus to be her son... And it saddens her at not being able to prolong his lifespan.
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 Matal who protects all his students (Titus included) with extraordinary zeal.
She cares about Titus, a lot, but since Scheherazade's real body is dying neither him nor her have much longer to live.
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.
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.
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.
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 Rohroh. He always has to get involved in their fights and try to make them get along.
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.
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Son of the Reim Emperor and conqueror of the 44th dungeon, Shax.
Birds of a Feather: She and Olba fell in love while proclaming 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.
Arranged Marriage: To Barbarossa, Drakon's older brother. She doesn't seem too happy about that.
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: Maybe. She refers to him once as her little brother, but she may simply be referring to the fact that he's her brother in law, or at least soon will be. Given how this was in her internal monologue, though, it seems like she really does think of him as a little brother.
Combat Pragmatist: She doesn't seem very interested in fighting fair, pulling out hidden weapons at just the right moment and poisoning her blades.
The Reveal: Uugo actually is King Solomon's Djinn (YES THAT King Solomon); his head wasn't messing, just stuck in the "Room of Fortitude" as he's unable to leave it and was teaching Aladdin to use magic all along.
Humans Are the Real Monsters: He doesn't select king candidates because he consideres humans selfish, betraying liers by nature. He makes an exceptiong 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.
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."
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.
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.
Greed: Pretty much Jamil's character, even as chief of a city hes not satisfied with what he has now.
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.
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 proclaming their strong desire to protect Alibaba and the admiration they have towards him. Even, they share the single familiar that powers their household vessels.
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, Bael, 14 years before the start of the series, though he has never chosen a King Candidate.
Day Hurts Dark-Adjusted Eyes: He prefers dark places. In Sinbad's Adventure, 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 showing the path of what to do to others.