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Characters: Record of Lodoss War
The character list for the Record of Lodoss War universe, which spans across the OVA, TV series, novels, and games.

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     Main Characters 

Parn

Voiced by: Takeshi Kusao (JP, OVA), Nobutoshi Canna (JP, TV series), Billy Regan (EN, OVA & TV series)
A simple village boy whose father Tessius was once a famous knight, who became disgraced. He decides to take up his father's sword and armor and joins his best friend Etoh on a journey.

Deedlit

Voiced by: Yumi Touma (JP, OVA), Lisa Ortiz (EN, OVA), Shiho Niiyama & Junko Noda (JP, TV series), Lisa Ortiz & A.J. Parks (EN, TV series)
A female high elf who leaves the Forest of No Return in order to explore the world. She is quite young for an elf, being 160 years old, and is believed to be the last hope for the high elves.

Etoh

Voiced by: Kappei Yamaguchi (JP, OVA), Ted Lewis (EN, OVA), Shinichirō Ōta (JP, TV series), Ed Paul (EN, TV series)
Parn's best friend and a priest of Falis, the Supreme God. Although he left the village as part of his training, he eventually returned to ask Parn to join his group of companions.

Slayn Starseeker

Voiced by: Hideyuki Tanaka (JP, OVA), Mitsuri Miyamoto (JP, TV series), Al Muscari (EN, OVA & TV series)
An experienced wizard who lives in the same village as Parn. He sometimes serves as a mentor to Parn, as well.

Ghim

Voiced by: Yoshisada Sakaguchi (JP, OVA), Greg Wolfe (EN, OVA)
A dwarven warrior who is devoted to the priestess Neese, whose daughter Leylia has disappeared under mysterious circumstances. He recruits his friend, the wizard Slayn on a journey to help find her.

Woodchuck

Voiced by: Norio Wakamoto (JP, OVA), Jacques LeCan (EN, OVA)
A thief that the group encounters when they are thrown into prison for a short time. He is the last companion to join the group.

     Other Heroes and Allies 

Shiris

Voiced by: Minami Takiyama (JP, OVA), Yuu Asakawa (JP, TV series), Karen Smith (EN, OVA & TV series)
A female mercenary with a fiery temper who travels with her companion, Orson.

Orson

Voiced by: Show Hayami (JP, OVA), Nobuyuki Hiyama (JP, TV series), Oliver Gregory (EN, TV series)
A strong and silent mercenary who hides all of his emotions from the world. He can become an unstoppable force if he flies into his berserker rage.
  • Berserk Button: He flies into his berserker rage whenever women are in danger, particularly Shiris. The TV series reveals that the reason for this is because Orson's village was raided by bandits and they killed his sister, leaving him as the sole survivor. Afterwards he was possessed by Hyuri, the spirit of rage.
  • The Berserker
  • Blank White Eyes: When Orson gets these, GET THE HELL AWAY!
  • Death by Adaptation: Only in the TV series.
  • I Let Gwen Stacy Die: His sister's death is what caused him to become a berserker.
  • Ship Tease: With Shiris. Orson confesses his love for her in the TV series when he regains his emotions, but that doesn't go over well...
  • The Stoic

Kashue Arnague

Voiced by: Shuichi Ikeda (JP, OVA), Chris Yates (EN, OVA), Joji Nakata (JP, TV series), Anthony Cruise (EN, TV series)
Known as the Mercenary King, Kashue became famous for uniting the desert kingdom of Flaim using only his sword. During the War of Heroes, he staves off the invasion of the forces of Marmo and takes up leadership after King Fahn's death.

Leylia

A priestess of the goddess Marfa. In the backstory, she became possessed by the Grey Witch Karla, leading to the events at the beginning of the story.

Neese

     New Adventurers 

     Holy Kingdom of Valis 

Fahn

Voiced by: Osamu Saka (JP, OVA), J.W. Gunther (EN, OVA)
The king of the Holy Kingdom of Valis. 30 years before the story, he was one of the six heroes that saved Lodoss, along with his former companion Beld.

Princess Fianna

     Kingdom of Marmo 

Beld

Voiced by: Tarō Ishida (JP, OVA), Bob Barry (EN, OVA)
The emperor of Marmo who was once a close companion to King Fahn. He was one of the six heroes who saved Lodoss from evil 30 years ago. He was touched by darkness afterwards and eventually gained the evil sword, Soul Crusher.

Ashram

Voiced by: Akira Kamiya (JP, OVA), Show Hayami (JP, TV series), John Knox (EN, OVA & TV series)
A highly skilled warrior and lieutenant of Emperor Beld, known as the Black Knight. After Beld's death, he inherits the sword Soul Crusher and leads the people of Marmo.

Wagnard

Voiced by: Takeshi Aono (JP, OVA), Jayce Reeves (EN, OVA), Chikao Ohtsuka (JP, TV series), Pete Zarustica & Jayce Reeves (EN, TV series)
A powerful dark sorcerer and priest of the goddess of chaos, Kardis. He plans to resurrect Kardis, hoping that she will grant him immortality in return.

Pirotess

Voiced by: Sakiko Tamagawa (JP, OVA), Kumiko Nishihara (JP, TV series), Meg Frances (EN, OVA & TV series)
A female dark elven noble and a follower of Wagnard. Although she planned to kill Ashram as revenge for her brother's death, she eventually learns that he was not responsible and joins his army.

     Dragons 
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: The ancient dragons are truly gigantic! The opening sequence of the TV series makes a point by showing Parn on horse riding on ground while a red dragon flies next to him, dwarfing him. Then said red dragon flies into the background towards Shooting Star, only to end up smaller than Shooting Star's eye; and we still have no idea how close the unnamed red dragon actually was to Parn.
  • Kaiju: The Ancient Dragons aren't merely the size of Godzilla, Godzilla himself looks like a dwarf next to them.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: There are the wingless firebreathing dragons, the two-legged wyvern mounts and the aforementioned Ancient Dragons.

Abram

Bramd

Mycen

Narse

Shooting Star

     Gods 

Falis

Kardis

Marfa

Myrii

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