Characters / Suikoden Tierkreis

The character sheet for Suikoden Tierkreis.

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    Main Characters 

The Hero / Sieg



  • Former Teen Rebel: His biography mentions he was a trouble maker like Sieg as a kid.
  • Good Old Fisticuffs: His preferred weapon, which he uses in his unite attack with his mom.
  • Kuudere: On the dere side toward his childhood friends.



  • Crutch Character: He's the highest-leveled character in the party at the start, but he gets outclassed really fast. He blames this on the Chronicles, and it causes his Face–Heel Turn.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Dirk joins the Order.
  • One-Winged Angel: He transforms into one somewhere in the game, although you don't fight this form in the last standoff with him.
  • Redemption Equals Death: Sacrifices himself to save Sieg and his army from a world fusion caused by Valfred.

    Plot-Related Starbearers 



  • Megane
  • Team Dad: The only adult in your party before Logan joins shortly after you got him.



  • Silk Hiding Steel: The sweet and gentle maid of an inn, who works as a Reverse Mole and fights with the party. She's also got a cooperative attack with her dad where she runs up and whacks an enemy upside the head with a broom.


  • Stone Wall: His defense is higher than his offense.






  • Fish People: Dolphins.
  • Large Ham: "This day shall be remembered!"
  • Submissive Badass: Quiet, unassuming, quick to get emotional over little things, and one of the toughest warriors the Porpos-kin have.


  • Verbal Tic: She nearly always has ♪ music notes ♪ around what she's saying or ends her sentences with three exclamation points!!!






  • Duel Boss: Chrodechild takes her on one-on-one.
  • Lady of War
  • Redemption Demotion: Divine Edge got seriously nerfed between the initial Hopeless Boss Fight and her duel with Chrodechild. Even with both sisters working together, you can't replicate the full-party-heavy-damage attack she initially uses.


  • La Résistance: Leads the resistance against Order in Pharamond.
  • Large Ham: Chrodechild mentions how he and Nimni will get along just fine.


  • 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.
  • Squishy Wizard
  • Token Mini-Moe





Servillah and Lycia

  • Big Eater: Lycia. So much so that her perpetual day is just eating pekklar meat to her heart's content.




  • Large Ham: Being the Auster Folk's ancestor gives him a license to be this.
  • Stop Worshipping Me: He finds the Auster Folk's reverence of him, in his words, "embarrassing."


  • Amnesiac Dissonance: He was fighting the Order before the worlds merged; thanks to the amnesia that accompanies the merge, he completely forgot this and wound up aiding them instead.

Indrik and Diiwica

    Other Starbearers 



  • The Dreaded: "The storm is coming! The storm is coming!"


  • Archer Archetype: She actually fits this better than her sister, since all she can use are ranged weapons.
  • Insistent Terminology: She insists on calling herself the hero's mom. He always replies that she's not his mom, she just raised him.


  • 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.


  • Defector from Decadence: Sort of. He left his people because they sided with the Order.
  • Face of a Thug: Because it's very rare for Auster Folk to be outside their homeland, people instantly assume he's a demon and run away when they see him.


  • 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.
  • Good Smoking, Evil Smoking: Semias is offen seen smoking a pipe.


  • Badass Boast: When confronted by Magedom troops, they say he shouldn't bother resisting since he doesn't have any weapons aside from a carving knife. He replies that he wouldn't ruin his best tool by fighting someone with it, and that he can take them on with just his fists.
  • Berserk Button: People who are insufficiently appreciative of his food.
  • Defector from Decadence: Wustum was not amused by Shairah and the Mage Lord's lack of respect for his cooking.


  • The Unintelligible: He never says anything other than "Zzzz...", which is why Sieg thinks he is asleep in his recruitment (while in reality he's just hungry).



Morrin and Yovel

  • Butt-Monkey: Poor Yovel. 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: Yovel is this to Sieg.
  • Mr. Fanservice: Yovel.
  • Playing with Fire: Morrin can learn fire spells from the chronicles.
  • Tsundere: Morrin - Type A. Given just what kind of person Icas is, she has right to become one.





Hafin and Nakil







Yod and Zayin


Rekareka and Tuhululu


Dromon, Felecca and Xebec


  • 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, WITH ALL CAPS.
  • 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.





  • Blood Knight: Mildly. She really wants to fight Chrodechild and Mourgent, but she's not out to kill anyone.


Amaralicht and Quillard

Bosche and Lathilda


  • 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


Darrow and Savina


Eusmil and Nictis




  • 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...
  • 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.


  • Chekhov's Gunman: He's first seen just after the Company allies itself with the Magedom, but isn't recruitable until after the Magedom gets erased.
  • La Résistance: Part of the "Salsabil Liberation Army."
  • Large Ham


  • Adventurer Archaeologist
  • Dark-Skinned Blonde
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She puts on an air of being a heartless graverobber, but she's actually a total sweetheart and a Mama Bear, even making it a point to focus on finding buried heirlooms for Shams and Manarol. It's at this point that Sieg emphatically insists that she join his group.
  • Mama Bear: Has shades of it towards Shams and Manaril, due to the unique circumstance in how she's connected to them.


  • Anti-Villain: He's initially working for Macoute, but is appalled when he discovers his corruption.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Even when he's working for the Order, Logan and Sieg trust that he always has the public good of Grayridge in mind.

Yomi and Chihaya

  • Dance Battler: Yomi.
  • Casual Kink: Her relationship with Yomi is stated to be that of master (Yomi) and slave (Chihaya)(?).










    The Order of the One True Way 

General tropes

  • Anti-Villain: Some of them; the Aster Folks are the most notable example.
  • Battle Couple: Conon and Fergus, Nova and Sophia, Vaslof and Resno.
  • Because Destiny Says So: This trope is the foundation of The Order of the One True Way. Followers believe in it so strongly that they don't even think to move to safety when a cleric announces that lightning will strike and kill in a crowd, because destiny said that it would happen. Disconcertingly for the heroes, all of their predictions do come true. The priests can predict the future because Valfred can read their world's Chronicle, a history of all its natural events. It doesn't say anything about what people will do, though, and it can (and has) been rewritten to suit the Order's desires.
  • Co-Dragons: The archivists, for Valfred.
  • Hopeless Boss Fight: Everyone but Macoute and Beardsley pulls this at least once. Offen happens when the party meets a new archivist.
  • One-Winged Angel: The archivists can became one by 'fusing' with a False Chronicle. Everyone but Nova, Diadora, Vaslof and Resno ends up becoming one.


Conon and Fergus



  • Dual Boss: With Sophia.
  • 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.
  • 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: The sword.
  • 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.


Vaslof and Resno

  • Big Damn Heroes: In his first appearance, he bails the party out when they're attacked by Conon and Fergus, thinking it's a mugging. Later, they help the hero to escape from the sand monsters of Fort Arc.
  • Friendly Enemy: Vaslof quite likes the hero, even though he's on the other side.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Vaslof (red) and Resno (blue).



     The One king 

The One King

Other characters

     The Magedom of Janam's royalty 

The royalty

  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing:
    • The Mage Lord Danash VIII himself who is introduce to Sieg as a kind and generous ruler, is later revealed to be a Manipulative Bastard who like pitting people or groups against each other in order to make them compete for his approval and, therefore contribute more to the Magedom. Which is why The Empress Consorts have deep hatred for each other.
    • Sairah. At first, she seems the nicest of the three Consorts, until she uses the Blades and the Company as bait in an attack, with the goal that they'll take most of the damage and her own Mage Corps will get all the glory.
  • Dark-Skinned Blonde: Rizwan and Kureyah.
  • Ret Gone: Danash, alongside his three wives and the rest of the Magedom of Janam, is wipped out by a world fusion caused by valfred.

Danash VIII



  • The Archmage: Head of the Arcane Academy.
  • Break Her Heart to Save Her: She says a lot of really nasty and callous things when the gang shows up to rescue Manaril, thereby assuring that she'll leave with them instead of continuing to be a Love Martyr.
  • Dying Moment of Awesome: Whatever else she may have done, shoving the world fusion out of the way enough to save Salsabil was pretty awesome.
  • Jerkass Façade: In order to survive the power struggle in the Magedom, she has no choice but to use any means to retain her status. Her final moments also show that she truly cares for Manaril.
  • Kick the Dog: She is not kind to her daughter. At all.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: The voice acting usually calls her "Lizlan".
  • Pet the Dog: Her comment after the party rescues Manaril suggests that she let them leave in order to save Manaril's life.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: She's forcing Manaril to read the Chronicle so that they have more information they can use to improve their magic and fight the Order.


    Characters from other worlds 

Other Marica



Nameless Hero

  • 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.