Characters / Suikoden III

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Suikoden III

    The Flame Champion 

The Flame Champion

    Hugo's party 

Hugo

Sergeant Joe

Fubar

  • Big Damn Heroes: Provides one at the end of Hugo's diplomatic mission to Vinay del Zexay.
  • Intellectual Animal: Fubar clearly understands things said to him but can only respond with bird cries.
  • Power-Up Mount: Put Hugo on a team with him, and Hugo will ride and attack simultaneously with him.
  • Unfortunate Names: FUBAR? Seriously? Well, f-ing up the enemies beyond reason with Hugo on its back seems more likely, though...
  • Spell My Name with an "S": "Hoover" is a valid alternate reading of his Japanese name.

Lilly Pendragon

See Suikoden Recurring Characters.

Reed and Samus

    Chris party 

Chris Lightfellow

  • Action Girl
  • Battle Ballgown: Her suit of armor.
  • Big Fancy House: Lightfellow is a well to do family after all.
  • The Captain: Of the Zexen Knights, with the power and respect to back it up.
  • Cool Horse
  • Damn You, Muscle Memory!: Chris' killing of Lulu was for the most part, purely by reflex in response to a threat.
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: Staring off she's as rigid and cold as her armor, but mellows a bit by the end game.
  • Even the Girls Want Her: Cecile, Ayame and Yun are all quite fond of her.
  • Iron Lady: When in command of the Zexen Knights she is confident and assertive, and her all male unit are quick to fall in line and follow orders. Before the Zexen Council however, she is more Silk Hiding Steel in that she has to bow and obey and subvert them subtly, like pretending not to notice Budehuc Castle going into bussiness for itself.
  • Jeanne d'Archétype: Chris inherits her position from her dead superior and feels uncomfortable in it but carries it out for the good of Zexen's people.
  • Knight in Shining Armor: Not as optimistic as most but she tries.
  • Lady of War: Watch how easily she handles Hugo in chapter 1 and say she isn't.
  • Letting Her Hair Down: The tail end of Chapter 2 through the beginning of Chapter 4, only, sadly.
  • Tomboyish Name: "Chris" is more commonly (though not exclusively) a boy's name.

Borus

Percival

Salome

Roland

Leo

Louis

Nash Latkje

    Geddoe's party 

Geddoe

Queen

Ace

Joker

Jacques

Aila

    Thomas's party 

Thomas

  • Abusive Parents: Due to being the product of a brief fling, Thomas is hated by his nobleman father, who responds to his attempts at reconnecting with coldness and sends him off to Budehuc Castle as a means of getting rid of him.
  • A Child Shall Lead Them: He is the lord of Budehuc Castle at only 15 years old.
  • Action Survivor: Becomes competent by trying to keep his castle afloat.
  • Adorkable: He's meek, cowardly, easily flustered, but both lovable and admirable nonetheless.
  • Big Fancy House: Castle actually but same diff.
  • Blue Blood
  • Cowardly Lion: He hates fighting and is quite weak and timid, but he'll always help out on the front lines when he has to.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He's a pretty worthless fighter, a total coward and incredibly passive and indecisive, but he also has the heart and soul of a leader and a surprising amount of potential as a warrior.
  • Determinator: The world seems dead set on crushing his spirit but he refuses to let it keep him down. The fact that he manages to make a run down castle he was only given to keep him away from his father into the base of a revolutionary army is all thanks to this.
  • Heroic Bastard
  • I Have No Son: His dad sent him to Budehuc so he could forget about him.
  • Martial Pacifist
  • Messianic Archetype
  • Nice Guy: Really nice. The castle inhabitants don't like him but he just stays polite.
    • They warm up to him over the span of his chapters, eventually becoming fiercely loyal to protecting Thomas.
  • Non-Action Guy: He's a moderately wealthy city boy with no combat experience thrown into the middle of an all out war. He begins at level 1 wielding a rusty old sword that he flails around randomly, gets winded after jogging for a bit and gets dizzy whenever he does his Combination Attack with Cecille, during which he contributes much less than her. His true contributions to the army are his kind heart and his unwavering spirit.
  • The Pollyanna: He has a Darkest Hour in his Gaiden but other than that he's always optimstic.
  • Reassigned to Antarctica: He was given lordship over a rundown castle on a worthless plod of land as a means of getting out of his father's life.
  • Something Completely Different: His characterization is a departure from the typical Tenkai Star. See Non-Action Guy and Supporting Protagonist for details. He's also the first Tenkai to not get a True Rune, and the only Tenkai to not even get a unique rune.
  • Supporting Protagonist: He is the Tenkai star, but he isn't The Hero or Big Good of the game. He is however undoubtedly the Tenkai star because he still does most of the recruitment of the 108 stars.
  • The Unfavorite
  • Took a Level in Badass: From a cowardly boy forced into a run down castle as a way of keeping him out of his neglectful father's hair to one of the main contributors to the revolution. This is reflected in his weapon, which spends all of its first two forms as pretty much worthless before getting a huge surge in stats that continue to skyrocket in its final form.
  • Wide-Eyed Idealist: Thomas is naive and rather sheltered, so he's unaware of many of the world's problems. As a result, he's perfectly willing to take in anyone, regardless of their background.

Cecile

  • Lethal Chef: She knocks Thomas out when he tastes her cooking.
  • One-Man Army: Well, her combat abilities aren't that much different from the other knights. She's this because she literally is the only soldier originally in Budehuc.

Juan

Picolo

    Stars of Destiny 

Koroku

Caesar Silverberg

Jimba / Wyatt Lightfellow

Lucia

See Suikoden Recurring Characters.

Beecham

Dupa

Shiba

Bazba

  • Bishounen: Apparently he's one of the most handsome warriors in the Lizard Clan. By Lizard standards, of course.

Yuiri

Yumi

Yun

Duke

Elaine

Nicholas

Gau

Franz

Iku

  • Nice Girl: Friendlier than Franz to the other Grasslanders.

Ruby

Hallec

  • Performance Anxiety: Hallec has MONSTROUS stage fright, and any role he's given he will simply start screaming onstage, with only a scant few words thrown in.

Mua

Emily

Sanae Yamamoto

Sharon

Belle

Bright

Gadget Z

Mio

Nei

Toppo

Shabon

Melville

Alanis

Elliot

Fred Maximillian

Rico

Kidd

Landis

  • Blindfold Of Power: Well, it's a mix between an eyepatch and blindfold since you can still see one eye.
  • Evil Laugh: A very creepy "Yuh huh huh..."
  • Expy: Of Sid from the second game. Some fans wonder if they're the same person.
  • Luck-Based Mission: He randomly joins in battle if you wander a specific area with an open slot in your party. You can get him without meaning to in the very first battle, or you can spend over an hour running in circles without success.
  • Sinister Scythe: He wields a scythe and uses it accordingly.
  • Winged Humanoid

Watari

Ayame

Twaikin

Edge

Kenji

Mel

Augustine

Wan Fu

Estella

Rody

Rhett

Wilder

    The Destroyers 

The Masked Bishop Luc

See Suikoden Recurring Characters.

Sarah

Yuber

See Suikoden Recurring Characters.

Albert Silverberg

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