Sandbox: Fairy Tail Guild Major Members

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Guild Masters

    Mavis Vermilion 

Voiced by: Mamiko Noto (JP), Leah Clark (EN)

The first and founding master of Fairy Tail, who is buried on Sirius Island, Fairy Tail's sacred ground. She continues to watch over Fairy Tail as a ghost, though only those with the guild mark are able to see her.
"I'm not crying! Not at all!"
  • Cute Ghost Girl: She appears in the main series as a spirit who can only be seen by members of Fairy Tail.
  • Sympathy for the Devil: She appears to genuinely feel bad for Zeref, asking if he still wants to die, and implies that she willingly let him stay on Sirius Island with her. Regardless, she vows that Fairy Tail will still stop him from wiping out humanity.
  • Tsurime Eyes
  • Vague Age: As in how old she was when she died. She looks like a child and has some child-like manners, but she is a very intelligent strategist and was able to start and run a whole guild, which could hint that she is a grown-up or at the very least in her late teenage years. No matter what, she is probably Older Than She Looks.
  • Walk on Water: The members of Fairy Tail spot her standing in the middle of the ocean right before she raises Sirius Island out of the water.

In Fairy Tail Zero

Mavis is featured as the main protagonist of the spin-off manga Fairy Tail Zero. Before founding Fairy Tail, Mavis was a young servant girl to the Red Lizard guild on Sirius Island, which was wiped out by the rival guild Blue Skull, leaving her its Sole Survivor. Seven years later, she discovers that Blue Skull has stolen the island's sacred treasure, the Sirius Jade, forcing her to team up with a band of treasure hunters in order to get it back.
  • Break the Cutie: At the age of 6, she loses her parents and is taken in by a guild of Jerkasses who bully her on a daily basis. However, she puts up with it all without crying until Zeira, the Only Friend she manages to make, seemingly dies shortly after accepting her friendship.
  • Child Mage: She is only 13 years old in the story and is a talented illusionist.
  • Conveniently an Orphan: Her parents are dead by the start of the series, and she is left to care for herself on Sirius Island after Red Lizard is decimated by Blue Skull.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: She dolls herself up in a black lolita costume and dubs herself "Black Wizard Mavis" as tribute to the kind yet gloomy stranger in the woods who trains her in magic. At the time, she doesn't realize her friend is the Black Wizard, Zeref.
  • Fatal Flaw: Her overconfidence in her abilities proves costly for her allies, leaving them hopelessly unprepared and outnumbered against Blue Skull.
  • Friendless Background: She had no friends growing up, and was bullied by the only other girl her age whom she interacted with. That changes when she decides to befriend said bully.
  • It's All My Fault: She blames herself for getting Yuri and his friends hurt during their first confrontation with Blue Skull, whom she vastly underestimated in a fight.
  • Master of Illusion: She can create highly detailed animals, monsters, and soldiers that can fool all but the most Genre Savvy of people.
  • Oh, Crap: Her reaction when she realizes she can't simply bluff her way past Blue Skull's master with her illusory army of soldiers.
  • Plucky Girl: She puts up with the monstrous treatment she gets from Red Lizard's master and members because her parents told her that if she ever cried, she would never get to meet the fairies.
  • Wise Beyond Their Years: She may be a child at heart, having a lifelong dream of meeting fairies, but she shocks many older and more skilled people with her keen observational skills.
  • Work Off the Debt: Her parents were up to their eyes in debt to the Red Lizard guild, leaving Mavis to work it off after they passed away.
  • Xanatos Gambit: Employs one during her Battle of Wits against Yuri in which they must guess something correctly about each other, declaring that she will win in one turn no matter who goes first. When Yuri goes first by saying, "That bird is your pet," she cuts him off and tricks him into saying, "That bird is you," because there was no rule saying they couldn't interrupt each other. For their do-over turn, Mavis tells Yuri he blinked 57 times since the game began, while she didn't blink even once,note  which leaves Yuri stumped since he didn't keep track of his blinks and thus can't answer truthfully even if he guesses right.

    Precht Gaebolg 

    Makarov Dreyar 

Makarov Dreyar

Voiced by: Shinpachi Tsuji (JP), R Bruce Elliott (EN)

The elderly, miniscule third (and later sixth) master of Fairy Tail. The members of his guild often give him grief for the trouble they put him through with the Magic Council, but he loves them as if they were all his children. His mastery over many forms of magic, including the size-increasing Giant magic, has earned him a spot among the Ten Wizard Saints, who are widely regarded as the most powerful wizards alive.
  • Badass Grandpa: He's 88 years old when the series begins, but that doesn't stop him from being one of the strongest fighters in the series.
  • Badass Longcoat: His Wizard Saint uniform, which he can instantly change into when he decides to get serious.
  • Bald of Awesome: He still has some hair, but his bald spot doesn't make him any less awesome.
  • Big Good: Serves as such as the master of the series's titular guild. He later gets outranked by Mavis's spirit, becoming her Number Two.
  • Dirty Old Man: He isn't afraid to show off that his guild has some pretty girls.
  • Establishing Character Moment: Shows his guild a stack of complaints from the Magic Council for troubles they'd caused, scolds them all for getting the council mad at him again...then burns the whole stack and says, "Screw the Magic Council!"
  • A Father to His Men: He's seen as a father by his guild in much the same way he sees them as his children. This means you should think twice about hurting his kids.
  • Friendly Fireproof: His Fairy Law spell only harms those that Makarov considers an enemy.
  • Frontline General: Whenever his guild goes to war with another, Makarov will always throw himself into the action.
  • Holy Hand Grenade: His ultimate spell is Fairy Law, a radiant burst of light that burns away his enemies while leaving his guild unharmed.
  • I Have No Son: Subverted. This seems to be the case when he expels his son Ivan and grandson Laxus for bringing harm to their guild. However, he leads the guild in a warm sendoff for Laxus to prove he'll always watch over him, while he manages to keep a modicum of faith in Ivan for leaving his guild alone over the Time Skip.
  • The Leader: He is the guild master of Fairy Tail, and the one who calls all the shots.
  • Let's Get Dangerous: He proves himself to be more than just a goofy old man whenever his kids are in trouble.
  • Obi-Wan Moment: Right as he's pinned down by Acnologia, Makarov simply laughs heartily and declares he has no regrets because he got to act like a true parent to the very end. The moment is interrupted when his guild comes back to save him.
  • Papa Wolf: He puts it best during the Phantom Lord arc while attacking the guild that hurt Shadow Gear:
    Phantom member: He's a monster!
    Makarov: AND YOU DARED TO LAY YOUR HANDS ON THIS MONSTER'S CHILDREN!! ARE YOU FOOLISH ENOUGH TO BELIEVE HUMAN LAWS WILL PROTECT YOU FROM MY RAGE?!!
  • The Paragon: His main goal isn't to crush evil, but rather to inspire good in others.
  • Passing the Torch: One of the series's Running Gags is his inability to do this. Just when he thinks he's found a good successor, something happens that leads him to consider him being master until the day he dies. He finally does choose Gildarts, but Gildarts retires and shoves the position back on Makarov before anyone even has a chance to know he is the new master in the first place. In the end, he decides to simply disband the guild.
  • Power Perversion Potential: Takes advantage of his Rubber Man powers to grope girls' behinds.
  • Rubber Man: His Giant magic not only makes him huge, but he can also extend his arms with it.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right: The entire guild embodies this, but Makarov is the one who encourages this kind of behavior.
  • Sizeshifter: His magic gives him this ability, fittingly called Giant. Unlike the standard, however, he's one of the strongest characters in the series.
  • You Shall Not Pass: Tries to do this against Acnologia to protect the rest of the guild on Sirius Island. However, his kids refuse to leave his side.

    Macao Conbolt 

    Gildarts Clive 
See below

S-Class Wizards

    Erza Scarlet 

    Mirajane Strauss 

Mirajane Strauss

Voiced by: Ryōko Ono (JP), Monica Rial (EN)

A sweet-natured, semi-retired S-Class wizard who works at Fairy Tail as an employee, and is a pinup girl for Sorcerer Weekly Magazine. Apart from using transformation magic to alter her appearance, she is also the eldest of three siblings who specialize in Takeover magic, a spell that lets its caster take over the powers of creatures they come in contact with. Her specialty is Satan Soul, which allows her to take the powers and forms of demons, which has earned her the moniker of "Demon Woman".
  • Number Two: She administers jobs to the rest of the guild.

    Mystogan 

Mystogan

Voiced by: Daisuke Namikawa (JP), Robert McCollum (EN), Terri Doty (EN, child)

One of the guild's most powerful members, as well as its most mysterious. He refuses to let anyone see his face, putting his guildmates to sleep whenever he visits the guild to keep his true identity a secret.

MAJOR spoilers ahead

During his battle with Laxus in the Fighting Festival arc, Mystogan is unmasked as a duplicate of Jellal, Erza's former childhood friend. Later still, he reveals himself as the prince of Edolas, a Bizarro Universe inhabited by duplicates from Earth-land.

    Laxus Dreyar 

Laxus Dreyar

Voiced by: Katsuyuki Konishi (JP), Hideyuki Hayami (JP, young), Patrick Seitz (EN), Mary Morgan (EN, young)

Laxus is Makarov's grandson and heir to the title of Fairy Tail's guild master. He is also a Thunder Dragon Slayer courtesy of artificially implanted dragon lacrima from of his father, Ivan. When he starts out, Laxus values strength above all else and plans to kick all the "weaklings" (i.e., pretty much everyone) out of the guild once he's in charge, causing no shortage of grief for his grandfather. When this attitude gets him expelled from the guild, he returns a changed man.
  • And This Is for...: In the Grand Magic Games arc, he beats up all the members of Raven Tail who hurt and/or humiliated Wendy, Carla, Gray, and Lucy. Humorously, when he gets to the one member who didn't do anything to Fairy Tail, he basically says "I got nothing" and blasts him anyway.

    Gildarts Clive 

Gildarts Clive

Voiced by: Kazuhiko Inoue (JP), Jason Douglas (EN)

The S-Class wizard regarded by everyone in the guild to be the most powerful member of Fairy Tail, full stop. As a testament of his strength, his Crush magic causes him to turn anything he touches to dust. He takes on jobs that have never been completed for tens, or even hundreds of years, and thus only visits his guild a couple of years at a time for short periods of time.

Other members

    Cana Alberona 

Cana Alberona

Voiced by: Eri Kitamura (JP), Jamie Marchi (EN)

    Loke 

Loke (Leo)

Voiced by: Daisuke Kishio (JP), Eric Vale (EN)

A playboy wizard who is hardly ever seen outside the company of young ladies. He is actually the celestial spirit Leo the Lion, who was banished from the spirit world after causing the death of his old owner. As a result, he has trouble interacting with celestial wizards like Lucy and tries to avoid her, but Lucy manages to revoke his sentence, turning him into one of her most trusted spirit partners. As Leo, Loke wears the magic finger ring Regulus to clad his body in light.
  • Anime Hair: His spirit form has longer, spikier hair resembling a lion's mane.
  • The Atoner: He spent three years anticipating his own eventual demise to compensate for indirectly causing the death of his former owner. After Lucy intervenes on his behalf, he decides to carry out his atonement by protecting her with his life.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: Wears a suit in his spirit form.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Pulls this on Lucy to the point that he becomes her self-described Knight in Shining Armor:
    • In the Fighting Festival arc, Loke passes through the gate with his own power to save Lucy from Bickslow.
    • He shows up in the Grand Magic Games arc with Lucy and Yukino's keys while they're cornered by Uosuke.
  • Bishōnen: He fights right in with Blue Pegasus, a renowned guild filled with Bishōnen guys. It's only fitting, considering he was owned by a Blue Pegasus wizard.
  • Break Her Heart To Save Her: During the last days of his exile, he confesses to Lucy that he is going to die soon, then laughs it off as one of his cheap pickup lines, causing her to storm off in anger. However, she starts to get suspicious when she discovers that Loke has broken up with all his other girlfriends the next day and, after a bit of investigating, discovers that it wasn't a pickup line after all, but an attempt to soften the blow of his imminent death.
  • The Casanova: He is renowned by Sorcerer Weekly for ranking high on the "Wizards I'd Like to Be My Boyfriend" list. The one girl he actively avoids is Lucy due to his fear of Celestial Wizards, but that changes once
  • Cat Boy: They're difficult to see, but his spirit form has pointed ears hidden in that Anime Hair.
  • Cerebus Retcon: His status as Fairy Tail's resident Casanova is completely Played for Laughs upon his introduction until it's revealed that he was trying to distract himself from his guilt after killing Karen.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: He always has his sights on young women whenever he has the chance, but he's a genuinely nice and heroic guy.
  • Cool Shades: Almost always seen wearing them.
  • Determinator: Survived for three years in the human world with his own strength. To add perspective, Lucy initially believes that even one year was out of the question, and just one week outside the Celestial Spirit World is considered torture to his fellow Zodiac spirit, Aries.
  • Death Seeker: Since prolonged exposure in the human world is the only way to kill a celestial spirit, Loke accepts his permanent exile from the spirit world in the hopes that death will put an end to his guilt. Lucy talks him out of it, though.
  • Deliberate Injury Gambit: After he finds out that Caprico is actually a human fused with Capricorn, Loke transfers all of his magic power to Capricorn just as the possessor Body Surfs into him, allowing Capricorn to take him out.
  • The Exile: He was sentenced to permanent banishment from the Celestial Spirit World for causing the death of his old owner Karen by refusing to un-summon himself for three months, leaving her too fatigued to defend herself on a mission. Lucy convinces the Celestial Spirit King to vindicate Loke by pointing out that he was acting to protect Aries from their owner's abuse since Karen wasn't strong enough to summon both at once.
  • Fighting Your Friend: In the Nirvana arc, Angel forces Leo to fight Aries in the hopes of distracting him long enough to take him out with Caelum. However, Leo and Aries consent to the battle since neither of them wants to disappoint their owner.
  • Light 'em Up: His ring Regulus gives him the power of Light Magic.
  • Meaningful Name: "Regulus" is the brightest star in the Leo constellation.
  • My Greatest Failure: He blames himself for the death of his previous owner, Karen Lilica, which ended up getting him banished from the spirit world. However, Karen was a total Jerkass who was killed by her own arrogance, while Leo was simply sticking up for himself and Aries.
  • Only I Can Kill Him: He makes this claim about fighting Caprico on Sirius Island, saying his Human Subordination Magic doesn't work on spirits like him. The real reason, however, is so he can keep Lucy away from Caprico.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: Lucy starts to worry about Loke when he suddenly dumps all of his girlfriends and quits the guild, which eventually leads to her discovery that he is a Celestial Spirit who is near death.
    • Later during the Sirius Island arc, he angrily shouts at Lucy and the others to go on without him while he holds off Caprico; they remark that they'd never heard him raise his voice like that before,
  • The Power of Love: Outright states this to be the reason he can summon himself to help Lucy even when she doesn't call him.
  • The Promise: He made an off-screen promise with Gray that he'd be his partner for the S-Class promotion exam, and temporarily nullifies his contract with Lucy to fulfill this.
  • Ring of Power: Regulus allows him to perform Light Magic. While cut off from the spirit world, he uses regular Ring Magic to perform spells.
  • Ship Tease: Flirts quite constantly with Lucy once he overcomes his guilt over killing Karen. Also gets some with Aries due to their mutual history as Karen's spirits and his protective nature towards her.
  • Shonen Hair: Has big, spiky hair in his spirit form. His hair is much shorter in his human form, however.
  • Significant Anagram: "Loke" is an anagram of "Leo" with the letter "K" added.
  • You Shall Not Pass: He pulls this on Caprico during the Sirius Island arc to keep him away from Lucy. She makes him promise to come back safely, which he barely manages to keep after the battle.
  • Your Days Are Numbered: Being cut off from the spirit world only gives him so much time to live before he runs out of power and disappears forever.

    Elfman Strauss 

Elfman Strauss

Voiced by: Hiroki Yasumoto (JP), Christopher Sabat (EN), Anastasia Munoz (EN, young)

  • Fluffy the Terrible: Mashima thought the name sounded cute for someone so muscle-brained.
  • Forced to Watch: In the Tartaros arc, he falls victim to Seilah's Macro curse and is forced to watch as his own body is used to strangle Lisanna. He resorts to making a Deal with the Devil to spare her life.
  • Lightning Bruiser: His Weretiger form boosts the speed of his attacks while retaining his muscular form.
  • Super Toughness: His Lizardman form gives him spiked scales that are virtually impervious to physical damage. It allows him to level the playing field against the heavy-hitting Bacchus during the Grand Magic Games, turning their battle into an Endurance Duel.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: After being butted around and overshadowed for much of the series, Elfman finally gets a moment to shine in the Grand Magic Games when he wins the match against Bacchus, an opponent who is said to rival Erza in strength, which also counts as Fairy Tail's first actual victory in the tournament. Not only that, but those 10 points he earns go a long way since Fairy Tail wins the tournament by 9 points.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: He's a purely physical fighter and doesn't have a lot of magic skill.

    Lisanna Strauss 

Lisanna Strauss

Voiced by: Harumi Sakurai (JP), Carrie Savage (EN)

    Levy McGarden 

Levy McGarden

Voiced by: Mariya Ise (JP), Kristi Kang (EN)

    Gajeel Redfox 

Gajeel Redfox

Voiced by: Wataru Hatano (JP), David Wald (EN)

"You think you wanna go to war with Fairy Tail, do ya? I did too, way back when... Hehehe... Are you ready? You're about to find out just how bad you screwed up!"

Gajeel is the Iron Dragon Slayer, also known as "Kurogane"note  Gajeel. He was raised by the dragon Metalicana, who taught him the power to transform any part of his body into metal. He starts out as a member of Phantom Lord and its master Jose's right-hand man, but joins Fairy Tail after his old guild disbands. However, it takes a long time for the guild to accept him since he is responsible for destroying their old guild hall and injuring Team Shadow Gear while a member of Phantom Lord.
  • The Atoner: He accepts Makarov's offer to join Fary Tail to atone for his actions during the Phantom Lord arc.
  • Berserk Button: Claiming that Natsu is stronger than him. Rogue learns this the hard way by getting his ass deeply and thoroughly beaten during the last day of the Grand Magic Games.
  • BFS: Karma Demon - Iron God Sword.
  • Big Damn Heroes:
    • Saves Natsu from being incinerated by Laxus twice in the Fighting Festival arc.
    • In the Edolas arc, he is sent by Mystogan to help save his guildmates turned into lacrima. He manages to turn Erza and Gray back to normal, which allows them to pull their own with Natsu, Lucy, and Wendy.
    • He saves Levy from being killed by Kawazu and Yomazu in the Sirius Island arc.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: A standard attack for him is his Iron Dragon's Sword, which turns his arm into a sword. He takes it up to Chainsaw Good in the anime.
  • Blood Knight: He's eager to start a war with Fairy Tail in the Phantom Lord arc, and relishes every moment he gets to fight. He never quite shakes off his thirst for battle after joining Fairy Tail, making himself Levy's partner during the S-Class trial on Sirius Island mainly for the chance to beat everyone else up, much to her annoyance.
  • Casting a Shadow: He eats Rogue's shadows to gain the Iron Shadow Dragon Mode, which lets him turn himself into a shadow.
  • Fangs Are Evil: All Dragon Slayers have them, but Gajeel comes closest to playing it straight due to his Jerkass and Sociopathic Hero nature.
  • Forgiven, but Not Forgotten: Despite Gajeel joining Fairy Tail, Makarov says he will never forgive him for the stunts he pulled in the Phantom Lord arc, and only invites him into the guild because he would never forgive himself if he just sat by and watched Gajeel fall even further into darkness. The same goes for everyone else in the guild.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: He has scars on his right arm.
  • Heel-Face Return: When he's last seen at the end of the Phantom Lord arc, he swears that he'll be back for revenge. The next time he's seen, he's a member of the guild fighting for the home team.
  • Heroic Willpower: In the Sirius Island arc, he gets stabbed in the arm—as in from the middle of his palm to the end of his shoulder—and keeps fighting. It's toned down in the anime, but still there: he manages to turn his arm into an iron pole before the sword pierces it, but it cracks to the point that it almost breaks, it's obviously painful for him.
  • Hidden Depths: He's a muscle-bound and bloodthirsty warrior who enjoys ripping others to shreds. He's also a talented jazz songwriter, with half the talent in singing and playing.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: He's often paired up Levy, who's tiny enough for him to use her head as an elbow rest.
  • Image Song: "Metallic Kiss"
  • I'm Taking Him Home With Me: Hilariously, towards Panther Lily, which is the whole reason why Lily joined the guild.
  • Inspector Javert: Played for Laughs; after becoming captain of the Magic Council's custody unit, Gajeel decides to arrest Natsu and his friends for reasons that range from somewhat justified (Natsu for resisting authority and Lucy for indecent exposure) to downright silly (Juvia for being "criminally drenched" and Wendy...just because). It's taken a bit more seriously with Gray, whom he's fully prepared to bring the hammer down on for being a part of Avatar despite being a former friend of his. Even after learning that Gray was a Reverse Mole, Gajeel doesn't plan to let him off lightly for playing a part in Avatar's schemes.
  • Intangible Man: While in Iron Shadow Dragon Mode, he can turn his body into shadows.
  • Lightning Bruiser: He's impressively fast for someone who's literally Made of Iron and hits like a tank.0111
  • Reverse Mole: At first he seems to be The Mole spying on Fairy Tail from within on behalf of Raven Tail's master and Makarov's son, Ivan, during the Fighting Festival arc. This is subverted when he reports his findings on Ivan to Makarov at the end of the arc, revealing him to be this.
  • My Kung-Fu Is Stronger Than Yours: He and Natsu get into petty squabbles whenever they learn new yet similar abilities. Hilariously in the Tartaros arc, they wind up landing a finishing blow to each other while showing off their Iron Shadow Dragon and Lightning Flame Dragon modes, respectively.
  • Never Got to Say Goodbye: Gajeel was raised by former Council member Belno, but was so rowdy that he never had a decent conversation with her. When he finds her killed by Tartaros seven years later, he regrets never being able to thank her for the trouble she went through looking after him.
  • Nigh-Invulnerability: His Iron Dragon Scales are virtually impenetrable, taking serious Armor-Piercing Attacks or going up against even harder armor to make a dent. Getting his iron refortified into steel by the carbon in Torafuzar's "Hell's Darkness" curse makes it even tougher.
  • Nonindicative Name: He's called "Black Steel" Gajeel, even though his magic deals with iron, not steel. That changes in the Tartaros arc when he gets a magic upgrade that refurbishes his iron into steel.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: Played for Laughs. When Gajeel returns as captain of the Magic Council's custody unit after the second Time Skip, Natsu and Erza are fully convinced he's some kind of imposter since they'd never envisioned him as a lawman.
  • Reformed, but Rejected: No one in the guild is happy to learn that the guy who demolished their first guildhall and put Levy, Jet and Droy in the hospital ended up becoming one of their own, while Gajeel couldn't care less about what they think. That starts to change when he takes a hit for Levy when she pisses off Laxus, one of her own guildmates.

    Juvia Lockser 

Juvia Lockser

Voiced by: Mai Nakahara (JP), Brina Palencia (EN)

"There's no other choice if that's Gray-sama's request, but doesn't he know leaving two romantic rivals all alone is a recipe for a bloodbath?"

Juvia is a former member of Phantom Lord's elemental magic specialist group, Element 4, where she is also known as Juvia of the Great Sea. Her entire body is made of water, and she has the power to create and manipulate water as she chooses. She falls in love at first sight with Gray while fighting him as a member of Phantom Lord, which is the main reason why she joins Fairy Tail after her old guild is disbanded.
  • Anime Hair: Her introductory hairstyle has her hair curled into rings around the back of her head. Her later hairstyles drop this entirely.
  • Badass Adorable: Despite her badassery, she's a big, lovable softy when it comes to Gray... unless other girls are around.
  • Battle in the Rain: Invoked during her battle with Gray in the Phantom Lord arc due to her Power Incontinence causing it to rain wherever she goes. Also has one with Merudy in the Sirius Island arc.
  • Berserk Button: Those who even think to harm a hair on Gray's head in her presence wind up very, very sorry.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Vidaldus turns her into his cackling groupie slave during the Tower of Heaven arc.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: Flies into a rage when she first thinks Gray is in love with Lucy and subsequently attaches herself to Gray whenever Lucy shows up. Still, as far a jealousy goes, it's much more good-natured than the norm Clingy Jealous Girl standard. The fact that Lucy is one of her best friends, and there is no truth to Lucy trying to steal Gray away from Juvia helps matters.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Is prone to childlike romantic fantasies the moment her thoughts turn to Gray.
  • Defecting for Love: She switches from Phantom Lord to Fairy Tail so she may pursue her feelings for (read, "stalk") Gray. In this case, however, Phantom Lord was already on its way to disbandment by the time she started following him, leaving her with nowhere else to go.
  • Emotionless Girl: Played straight during her first appearance. Then Gray stepped into the picture, the Blush Stickers appeared, and this character trait was all but abandoned.
  • Expository Hairstyle Change: After joining Fairy Tail, she cuts her hair short to signify her cheerier personality. However, she instantly grows her hair back in despondence when she discovers that the Gray in Edolas was in love with her own Edolas counterpart, who had the same hairstyle as she did before. She later lets her hair down completely in the Grand Magic Games arc when she decides to be more open with her love for Gray.
  • Friendless Background: She didn't have any friends as a child due to making it rain everywhere she went.
  • Hair Reboot: Reverts to her original look after finding out that in Edolas, Gray is in love with her.
  • Heel-Face Turn: She starts out as a member of rival guild Phantom Lord's Quirky Miniboss Squad, but joins Fairy Tail after falling in love with Gray.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Pulls one off for Cana when they are forced to battle each other in the Fantasia arc by attacking the Thunder Palace lacrima above them and electrocuting herself to prove that she really loves everyone in Fairy Tail, not that Cana needed convincing.
  • Hypocritical Humor: Juvia is madly in love with Gray and sees Lucy as a rival, despite her constant protests. Lyon is madly in love with her and Sherria views Juvia as a rival, despite her constant protests.
  • Imaginary Love Triangle: She misinterprets something Gray's Declaration of Protection towards Lucy to mean he is in love with her, and thus believes her to be a rival in love. This eventually spirals out of control until she believes that she's in a Love Dodecahedron.
  • Innocently Insensitive: In an Omake chapter, she decides to celebrate the 413th day "anniversary" of when she first met Gray, but when she tries to give him a hand-knit scarf to celebrate, she finds out he's not in a good mood because it's also the anniversary of his teacher Ur's death.
  • Insecure Love Interest: Becomes this to Gray, feeling that she has no right to love him after she kills Silver, Gray's father, by taking down Keyes, the Necromancer who was keeping him alive. Instead of getting mad, he thanks her for freeing his father.
  • Let's Get Dangerous: Whenever Gray's life is in danger, Juvia will almost certainly and instantly get her head out of the clouds in her rage and protect him, resulting in her opponent being curb stomped without prejudice.
  • Lonely Doll Girl: Juvia had no friends as a child because it would always rain when she was around. As a result, she wears a teru teru bozu doll on her collar which, in Japanese folklore, is supposed to stop or prevent the rain. In a bit of Fridge Horror, this makes the scene in the anime where she's crying while mass producing these all the more woobifying.

    Raijin Tribe 

Raijin Tribe

  • Dub Name Change: Known as the "Thunder God Tribe" in the Del Rey translation, and the "Thunder Legion" in the Funimation dub.

Fried Justine

Voiced by: Junichi Suwabe (JP), John Burgmeier (EN)

Bickslow

Voiced by: Yoshihisa Kawahara (JP), Scott Freeman (EN)

Evergreen

Voiced by: Saori Seto (JP), Caitlin Glass (EN)

    Panther Lily 

Panther Lily

Voiced by: Hiroki Tochi (JP), Rick Keeling (EN)

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