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* SimpletonVoice: Piddler, being the more ditzy of the duo, has one. In Japan, it's high and squawky, while it turns into a southern drawl in the Engish dub.



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--> Sergeant Sapp voiced by: Creator/PatrickSeitz (English)
--> Private Piddler voiced by: Creator/SpikeSpencer (English)


* VillainSong: Scenes with them in it have a unique song sung by the both of them (as a BillingualBonus, the song is Japanese in all regions). Said song plays during the battles against Superd'nought Baël and Vucub Caquix.

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* VillainSong: Scenes with them in it have a unique song sung by the both of them (as a BillingualBonus, BilingualBonus, the song is sung in Japanese in all regions). Said song plays during the battles against Superd'nought Baël and Vucub Caquix.Caquix which feature them at the helm.

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* VillainSong: Scenes with them in it have a unique song sung by the both of them (as a BillingualBonus, the song is Japanese in all regions). Said song plays during the battles against Superd'nought Baël and Vucub Caquix.


* AnimalMotifs: Bison. He looks like one. Fits with his title, "The Stalwart Aurochs."[[note]]Aurochs were the ancestors of domestic cattle.[[/note]]

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* AnimalMotifs: Bison. He looks like one. Fits with his title, "The Stalwart the "Stalwart Aurochs."[[note]]Aurochs were the ancestors of domestic cattle.[[/note]]



* BadassBaritone: Comes with being voiced by Jamieson Price.

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* BadassBaritone: Comes with being voiced by Jamieson Price.Nikolai has a deep voice fitting for someone known as the "Stalwart Aurochs".



* BadassBaritone: He's voiced by [[VideoGame/DynastyWarriors Lu Bu]], after all.

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* BadassBaritone: He's In Japan, anyway, given that he's voiced by [[VideoGame/DynastyWarriors Lu Bu]], after all.Bu]] there.


* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Initially requests inari-zushi, but soon takes a liking to croissants. The former plagues every other interaction between her and Yew, [[spoiler:and the latter offers a curious hint after defeating the Adventurer...]]

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* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Initially requests inari-zushi, but soon takes a liking to croissants. The former latter plagues every other interaction between her and Yew, [[spoiler:and the latter former offers a curious hint after defeating the Adventurer...]]

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* PunnyName: [[spoiler:His real name, Denys Geneolgia, is a play on the words "Deny" and "Genealogy"]].


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* PunnyName: Her last name is a play on "Catnap".


* TheSouthpaw: Wields his blade left-handed.


* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: He is the only mandatory asterisk bearer who is not associated with the Glanz Empire, and one of only two among those possessing new asterisks.



* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: She is the only optional asterisk bearer to possess a new asterisk (and, consequently, the only new asterisk bearer whose fight is optional).


* InfoDump: Similar to Lord [=DeRosso=] in ''Default'', [[spoiler:and in the same place, too. When the party arrives at Castle Frostcoffin in Chapter 6, she's replaced the centerpiece paintings in Vampire Gallery to tell the story of the Great Plague, giving coherence to the bits and fragments that the Imperial asterisk holders had been offering throughout Chapters 1-5.

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* InfoDump: Similar to Lord [=DeRosso=] in ''Default'', [[spoiler:and in the same place, too. When the party arrives at Castle Frostcoffin in Chapter 6, she's replaced the centerpiece paintings in Vampire Gallery to tell the story of the Great Plague, giving coherence to the bits and fragments that the Imperial asterisk holders had been offering throughout Chapters 1-5.]]


* CompositeCharacter: Well, Composite Ability. The Guardian possesses the Armor Lore ability, which gives the user S-Rank proficiency with heavy armor in the head and body slots. In ''Default'', this was two separate abilities, Armor Lore (carried by the Templar) and Helm Lore (carried by the Dark Knight).



* HeWasRightThereAllAlong: He's been in Agnes room on the Skyhold since the beginning of the game.

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* HeWasRightThereAllAlong: He's been in Agnes Agnes' room on the Skyhold since the beginning of the game.


* ItHasBeenAnHonor: [[spoiler:Says this to Bella if she falls in the Second Loop before him.]]

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* ItHasBeenAnHonor: [[spoiler:Says this to Bella if she falls in the Second Loop second loop before him.]]



* CompositeCharacter: Not Minette herself, but the Catmancer serves as something of a composite of the Salve-Maker (using items that are of no use to any other job classes) and the Vampire (leaning enemy abilities Blue Magic style).



!!!Angelo OVO Panettone, Patissier Nonpareil

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!!!Angelo OVO Oscar Vincenzo Olivier Panettone, Patissier Nonpareil



* ItemAmplifier: One of the Patissier's passives allows a single target item to affect an entire group.

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* ItemAmplifier: One of the Patissier's passives allows a single target item to affect an entire group. This also applies to the Bon Appetit ability, allowing debuffs and statuses to apply all enemies on the field. [[spoiler:Angelo puts it to good use when he fights alongside Aimee, inflicting a weakness to fire so that they can bombard the party with Flambe and Firehead.]]


** [[spoiler: Calling Yew "Minister of the Right" sounds like complete gibberish, until she forces him to reveal that he accidentally used the Sword of the Brave to cut off Denys' right hand- making him a literal "minister of the right".]]

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** [[spoiler: Calling Yew "Minister of the Right" sounds like complete gibberish, until she forces him to reveal that he accidentally used the Sword of the Brave to cut off Denys' right hand- hand - making him a literal "minister of the right".]]



* InfoDump: Similar to Lord [=DeRosso=] in ''Default'', [[spoiler:and in the same place, too. When the party arrives at Castle Frostcoffin in Chapter 6, she's replaced the centerpiece paintings in Vampire Gallery to tell the story of the Great Plague, giving coherence to the bits and fragments that the Imperial asterisk holders had been offering throughout Chapters 1-5.



* SequelHook:
** [[spoiler:On the sixth floor of Castle Frostcoffin, she claims that she seeks to better humanity by making them face their sins, in order to elevate the world to the "next layer". What that means is never fully elaborated upon, let alone what she has to do with Ringabel and the Planeswardens.]]
** [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also,]] [[spoiler:the Faithful Fox's bestiary entry contains an anonymous note about inari-zushi, the meal that Yoko initially requests when the party finds her.]]



%%* TheTrickster
* WalkingSpoiler: Well, more of a walking SequelHook. In truth her sidequest and indeed most of her plotline have little bearing on the main plot [[spoiler:save, perhaps, the sudden disappearance and reappearance of Caldisla]]. When you confront her in Vampire Castle, the "truths" she reveals to you are largely added detail to the backstory of the Geneolgia family and the imperial asterisk bearers. After that, though, are reveals about what she, personally, is which mostly have to do with her relationship with the Planeswardens who are mentioned nowhere else in the game and [[spoiler:Ringabel specifically who is one of these planeswardens tasked with hunting her down on their behalf]]. Perhaps most interesting of all, though, is that [[spoiler:apart from a tent conversation aboard Grandship, she is the only character to TitleDrop the game's subtitle "End Layer" claiming that she wishes to elevate the world to the "next layer". What this means is anyone's guess as it's never mentioned in the main story]].

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%%* TheTrickster
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Initially requests inari-zushi, but soon takes a liking to croissants. The former plagues every other interaction between her and Yew, [[spoiler:and the latter offers a curious hint after defeating the Adventurer...]]
* WalkingSpoiler: Well, more of a walking SequelHook. In truth It's hard to talk about her sidequest and indeed most in any sort of detail without giving away [[spoiler:how much of her plotline have little bearing on the main plot [[spoiler:save, perhaps, the sudden disappearance and reappearance of Caldisla]]. When you confront her in Vampire Castle, the "truths" she reveals to you are largely added detail to the backstory of the Geneolgia family and the imperial asterisk bearers. After that, though, are reveals about what she, personally, is which mostly have to do with her relationship with the Planeswardens who are mentioned nowhere else in the game and [[spoiler:Ringabel specifically who is one of these planeswardens tasked with hunting her down on their behalf]]. Perhaps most interesting of all, though, is that [[spoiler:apart from a tent conversation aboard Grandship, she is the only initial character to TitleDrop is feigned]].
* YouAllShareMyStory: [[spoiler:She was
the game's subtitle "End Layer" claiming that she wishes to elevate original carrier of the world Great Plague, released by Griede Geneolgia, whose pandemic called Geist away from Revenant, led Minette's mother to experiment on her, and drove Braev to become a usurper, which in turn disbanded the "next layer". What this means is anyone's guess as it's never mentioned Crystalguard at the cost of House Balestra (among others), led to Donna being accused of starting the Plague and killed in the main story]].
name of House Geneolgia, and began the Anticrystalist movement that set off the (initial) events of the first game.]].


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-->'''-->'''Alternis:''' The more pain I suffer, the more powerful I become! [...] Care to wager on which comes first? Me running out of life to give... or you falling to my blade?


The ruler of the Glanz Empire and holder of the Kaiser Asterisk. He has abducted Agnès Oblige for unknown reasons.

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The ruler of the Glanz Empire and holder of the Kaiser Asterisk.asterisk. He has abducted Agnès Oblige for unknown reasons.



* TheEmperor: It's his Asterisk, even.[[labelnote:*]]Kaiser means "emperor" in German, and in Japan it's flat out called Emperor.[[/labelnote]]

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* TheEmperor: It's his Asterisk, asterisk, even.[[labelnote:*]]Kaiser means "emperor" in German, and in Japan it's flat out called Emperor.[[/labelnote]]



A 16-year old “fencing prodigy” from Gathelatio. He is one of the Three Cavaliers tasked with protecting Agnès Oblige, but it turns out that he's an agent of the Glanz Empire. Holder of the Fencer Asterisk, and one of the first bosses of the game.

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A 16-year old “fencing prodigy” from Gathelatio. He is one of the Three Cavaliers tasked with protecting Agnès Oblige, but it turns out that he's an agent of the Glanz Empire. Holder of the Fencer Asterisk, asterisk, and one of the first bosses of the game.



* BadassBoast: Proclaiming his title, just like the other Cavaliers. And his Asterisk, when fought as a boss.

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* BadassBoast: Proclaiming his title, just like the other Cavaliers. And his Asterisk, asterisk, when fought as a boss.



* MeaningfulEcho: Repeats his BadAssBoast, while adding the name of his Asterisk, when he's fought as a boss.

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* MeaningfulEcho: Repeats his BadAssBoast, while adding the name of his Asterisk, asterisk, when he's fought as a boss.



A 34-year old priest from Gathelatio. He is one of the Three Cavaliers tasked with protecting Agnès Oblige, but it turns out that he's an agent of the Glanz Empire. Holder of the Bishop Asterisk, and one of the first bosses in the game.

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A 34-year old priest from Gathelatio. He is one of the Three Cavaliers tasked with protecting Agnès Oblige, but it turns out that he's an agent of the Glanz Empire. Holder of the Bishop Asterisk, asterisk, and one of the first bosses in the game.



* BadassBoast: Proclaiming his title, just like the other Cavaliers. And his Asterisk, when fought as a boss.

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* BadassBoast: Proclaiming his title, just like the other Cavaliers. And his Asterisk, asterisk, when fought as a boss.



* MeaningfulEcho: Repeats his BadAssBoast, while adding the name of his Asterisk, when he's fought as a boss.

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* MeaningfulEcho: Repeats his BadAssBoast, while adding the name of his Asterisk, asterisk, when he's fought as a boss.



Holder of the Wizard Asterisk.

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Holder of the Wizard Asterisk.asterisk, a ventriloquist carrying a doll named Donna.



A centaur and holder of the Charioteer Asterisk.

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A centaur warrior summoned from the ancient past, and holder of the Charioteer Asterisk.asterisk.



A 17-year old imperial assassin, the holder of the Catmancer Asterisk, and the self-styled Queen of Cats (King of Cats in the Japanese version).

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A 17-year old imperial assassin, the holder of the Catmancer Asterisk, asterisk, and the self-styled Queen of Cats (King of Cats in the Japanese version).



A woman from a minority tribe living deep in the interior of Florem. She holds the Hawkeye Asterisk.

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A woman from a minority tribe living deep in the interior of Florem. She holds the Hawkeye Asterisk.asterisk.



A pastry chef who uses his sweets to capture the hearts of ladies. He is the owner of the Patissier Asterisk.

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A pastry chef who uses his sweets to capture the hearts of ladies. He is the owner of the Patissier Asterisk.asterisk.



A servant of the Glanz Empire of unknown age and origin. He holds the Exorcist Asterisk. His real name is Geist Grace in relation to his son, Revenant who held the guardian asterisk.

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A servant of the Glanz Empire of unknown age and origin. He holds the Exorcist Asterisk. His real name is Geist Grace in relation to his son, Revenant who held the guardian asterisk.asterisk.



* AchillesHeel: The Dark Knight asterisk proves one of the few things able to stand up against Geist's abilities due to its ability to turn pain into power, turning his own TortureTechnician habits against him. Naturally, you can't get the Dark Knight for yourself until you've already beaten Geist the hard way.

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* AchillesHeel: The Alternis' Dark Knight asterisk proves one of turns out to be the few things able perfect counter to stand up against Geist, specifically. The Dark Knight's Minus Strike deals damage equivalent to the HP he has lost (which means that Geist's abilities due to its ability to turn pain into power, turning his own TortureTechnician habits against him. Naturally, you can't get the just boost Alternis' ability to retaliate), while Dark Knight for yourself until you've already beaten Geist the hard way.Bane and Black Bane are CastFromHP (which means undoing his suffering will just let him use them longer).
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* KryptoniteFactor: Geist is invincible until the SP tank is used to flood the arena with SP, which weakens the strength of his Undo into something more manageable. Naturally, it's this nerfed version of the asterisk that the player gets.

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* KryptoniteFactor: Geist is invincible until the SP tank is used to flood the arena with SP, which weakens the strength of his Undo into something more manageable. Naturally, it's this nerfed version of the asterisk that the player gets.[[labelnote:*]]In reality, Geist's unusable "Undo" is just one of several boss-exclusive semi-cutscene full-heals and not actually part of his moveset proper; if you avoid dealing enough damage to him, specifically, to set it off, then he'll behave no differently than he does in the SP flood.[[/labelnote]]



Holder of the Guardian Asterisk. Geist's son soul trapped in a suit of armor.

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Holder of the Guardian Asterisk. Geist's son son, a soul trapped in a suit of armor.armor, and holder of the Guardian asterisk.



* AchillesHeel: Ironically, the [[ResetButton power]] of his father's Asterisk. With proper use, it can OneHitKill[[labelnote:Explanation]] Revenant techically has 0 HP when posessing someone. Using Undo HP on him after he stops posessing leads to his HP being reverted to 0, resulting in this.[[/labelnote]] him!

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* AchillesHeel: Ironically, the [[ResetButton power]] of his father's Asterisk. asterisk. With proper use, it can OneHitKill[[labelnote:Explanation]] OneHitKill him![[labelnote:Explanation]] Revenant techically has 0 HP when posessing someone. Using Undo HP on him after he stops posessing leads to his HP being reverted to 0, resulting in this.[[/labelnote]] him! [[/labelnote]]



Holder of the Astrologian Asterisk.

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Holder A semi-retired professor at Al-Khampis, and holder of the Astrologian Asterisk.asterisk.



Initially believed to be a princess from Yunohana, she is actually a fox yokai whom confronts the party with the darkness they hide in their hearts. She is the holder of the Yokai Asterisk.

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Initially believed to be a princess from Yunohana, she is actually a fox yokai whom confronts the party with the darkness they hide in their hearts. She is the holder of the Yokai Asterisk.asterisk.

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