Characters: Suikoden Tierkreis
The character sheet for Suikoden Tierkreis
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The Hero / Sieg
- La Résistance: Leads the resistance against Order in Pharamond.
- Large Ham: Chrodechild mentions how he and Nimni will get along just fine.
- Old Retainer: To the previous king.
- Blessed with Suck: She's a Reader, capable of transcribing information from Chronicles, which takes a huge toll on her body and is obviously extremely painful. According to Rizwan, Readers rarely survive more than a few years of work.
- Everything's Better with Princesses
- An Ice Person
- Ill Girl: Reading the Chronicle has done nothing good for her health.
- Little Miss Badass: Despite said ill health, she's a more than adequate mage.
- Love Martyr: For Rizwan.
- Ms. Exposition: One of the few benefits of her ability is that she can explain a lot about the Chronicles.
- Save the Princess: Double subverted. Sieg's initial reaction to finding out she's being locked in the basement and worked to death is to try to get her out, but Taj talks him out of trying anything right then. But once the Company is about to split with the Magedom anyway, the first thing he does is rescue her.
- Token Mini-Moe* The Woobie
Diadora (see below)
Nova (see below)
Sophia (see below)
Vaslof (see below)
Resno (see below)
- Didn't Think This Through: He's spent god knows how long trying to figure out how to put windows in the Corridor. Then Sieg points out that Gateways do exactly the same thing.
- The Lost Lenore: Why he is so eager to bring down the Order, since his wife (who unknowingly had joined the Order) died from a relatively light illness and refused treatment.
- My Greatest Failure: See the entry inside the spoiler tag above.
- Nice Hat
- Stealth Hi/Bye: Does this throughout the game.
- Badass Beard
- Con Man: He bets Sieg 100 Potch that they will meet again. Only after he leaves does someone point out to Sieg that it's not possible for Semias to lose money on that.
- The Gambling Addict
- Butt Monkey: Poor guy. As if having his sister drag him around isn't enough, at one certain quest he is unable to take off his mask thanks to a certain prankster.
- Cool Mask: Subverted. Morrin makes him wear it because he doesn't look intimidating enough otherwise.
- Hero-Worshipper: To Sieg.
- Mr. Fanservice
- Mr. Exposition: Variation: he keeps track of exposition you've already gotten so you can check it later.
- Nice Hat: Which is so large for him that it appears to be eating his head.
- Hair-Trigger Temper
- Ham-to-Ham Combat: There's a sidequest where he gets into a battle of craftsmanship with himself from another world. Both of them are, of course, shouting at the top of their lungs the whole time.
- No Indoor Voice: Lampshaded during a quest with his otherworld self.
- Real Men Wear Pink: Looked at from the opposite side. Several characters express astonishment that the artwork he produces was made by someone so big, loud, grumpy, and uncomplicated-looking.
- Cowardly Lion: He may burst into tears at the slightest provocation, but he's also very quick to conclude that if the Order messed up his hometown, he's joining the Company so he can take them down.
- Ocular Gushers: Given all the crap he has gone through, can you really blame him?
- Trapped in Another World
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Has a strange sense of humor and loves to stand around high places for no particular reason, but is also far more in tune with politics than almost anyone else in the Company.
- No Sense of Personal Space: Apparently.
- Tickle Torture: Gives one to Buchse near the end of the game. Buchse is not pleased.
- Obfuscating Stupidity: Like Yula, he insists that it is just coincidence that he has a lot in common with a certain noble of Ritterschild.
- Brown Note: It's unknown which has the effect of making people angry - the music, the instrument, or Ramin himself.
- Ham-to-Ham Combat: There's a sidequest involving a version of him from another world. They quickly wind up yelling various insults at each other, apparently unaware that calling your alternate-universe self "low-born" implies the same thing of you. Funnily enough, when they start fighting, their music cancels each other out, resulting in BGM failure...
- Hate Plague
- Jerk Ass: The low-born comment!
- Magic Music
- Nice Hat
- Too Dumb to Live: Sieg has to haul him bodily out of Cragbark before he starts trying to rile up the Furious Roar and gets himself ripped to shreds.
- Subverted in a sidequest. Sieg panics because alternate-universe Ramin decided to drop by Pharamond, which is, as he puts it, "chock-full of people with swords." Turns out other!Ramin's music just makes people laugh really, really hard instead of making them angry.
- Casual Kink: Her relationship with Yomi is stated to be that of master (Yomi) and slave (Chihaya)(?).
- Enemy Mine: He still shows hostility even after he joins.
The Order of the One True Way
- Dual Boss: With Sophia.
- Heel-Face Turn
- Love Martyr: To his daughter, Sophia
- My Greatest Failure: An unfortunate accident caused him to briefly go crazy and attack his wife and daughter. Sophia survived, but Nova is now even more determined to protect her to make up for it.
- Papa Wolf
- The Quiet One
- Stone Wall: Every time you fight the two of them, Nova is standing in front and absorbing all the damage while Sophia nukes you with spells from the back. His stats reflect that too.
- Sword and Sorcerer
- 24-Hour Armor: He doesn't even have a sprite where he isn't wearing a helmet, so the only time in the entire game you can even see his face is one animated cutscene.
Dirk (see below)
Fredegund (see above)
The One King
- All There in the Manual: He only appears in the artbook, and his armor hints that he is the Tenkai Star who forcefully became the current One King.