Characters from Academy of Merlin that don't fit in any category.
Deity of Void
The first Deity, responsible for bringing the world into being and for giving purpose (and therefore life) to all other Deities. After creating the universe, Bukki went into a deep, deep sleep.
- Horned Humanoid: Has horns resembling a dragon's.
- Rapunzel Hair: Their hair is very thick and drags on the ground.
- Sentient Cosmic Force: A living, breathing being that brought the rest of the universe to life.
Eryl Lexi Fenna
Deity of the Forest
The Deity of the Forest. Long, long ago, they were angered by a human that killed an infant dragon and fused with him, creating the First Elf. To this day, they are still fused with him, and the First Elf carries out Eryl's duties to the best of his ability. They are the least fond of humans.
- Ambiguous Gender: Deities have no need for your ridiculous human constructs such as "gender".
- Children Are Innocent: The reason they confronted Cathmor is because they saw him kill a baby dragon.
- Complete Immortality: They are the Forest Deity, protector of the forest and such wild places. Their Deity status essentially means they cannot die so long as there are still forests in the world.
- Fusion Dance: Fused themselves into Cathmor's essence to prevent him from ever aging. Of course, this also means they're stuck with Cathmor for literally all eternity.
- Green Thumb: As they protect and are protected by the forests, Eryl has powerful control over forest life that is very similar to plantwielding.
- Humans Are the Real Monsters: Believes this whole-heartedly."Do you know how many dragons your race kills in a year? Simply because a handful of you are eaten? You are the only creatures that try to lead genocides against such creatures simply because some of you die! That is the order of nature!"
- Horned Humanoid: Possesses antlers.
- Little Bit Beastly: Has antlers and hooves.
- Mark of the Supernatural: Their facial markings.
- Narcissist: Juuuuuuust a little. Actually a lot. Really a lot.
- Nature Is Not Nice: Eryl does not take kindly to seeing an innocent creature killed in front of them.
- Nature Spirit: A very, very powerful one.
- Not-So-Imaginary Friend: No, Carrmin was not speaking to air all this time. He was speaking to Eryl.
- Pay Evil unto Evil: Cathmor killed an innocent, so now he should experience that innocence once more.
Characters that appear in the Story of the First Elf.
The first form of the First Elf. A human warrior that pissed off a Deity and paid a very heavy price for it.
- Badass Normal: He doesn't actually have any real powers of his own, besides his sword skill.
- Blood Knight: Loves to fight monsters. It's what leads to his downfall.
- Bow and Sword, in Accord: Uses a sword in the story, but his character image shows a quiver of arrows on his back.
- Distracted by the Sexy: Cathmor's description of Eryl is rather... enlightening...
- Fountain of Youth: Eryl inflicted this sort of curse on him before fusing with him.
- Fusion Dance: Forcibly fused with Eryl to keep him in the body of a child forever.
- Hearing Voices: He can now hear Eryl's.
- He Who Fights Monsters: Journeyed the lands slaying different monsters, whether it was for the reward or for the glory. It's this exact occupation that sends him to Eryl's forest in the first place.
- Jerkass: What else do you call someone who kills an infant?
- Laser-Guided Karma: Killed an innocent and then became an innocent himself.
- Not Growing Up Sucks: Cursed into the body of a young child, and then fused with to keep him that way. Permanently.
A sweet Control Group girl in the Leader bunk that sacrificed herself for Catherine.
- Animal Motif: Associated with rabbits.
- Death by Origin Story: Was killed in The Pet Project in Sage's place.
- Heroic Sacrifice: She ended up voting for Sage as well in the final week, leading to Sage being saved and Catherine dying in their place.
- Nice Girl: A gentle, soft girl that Sage couldn't help but fall for.
- Righteous Rabbit: Portrayed as kind and good, and, if her name being written in Sage's glasses case is any indication, serves as a positive force for Sage as well.
- Self-Sacrifice Scheme: Catherine, upon realizing that only she or Sage would be allowed to survive, chose to let Sage live and forced Ezrael to kill her.
- Taking the Bullet: For Sage. She's the reason Sage isn't dead.
- Youthful Freckles: Has freckles on her face. It's one of the things that always reminds Sage of her.
The comic relief. Killed in Week Eight.
- Plucky Comic Relief: A friendly, cheerful kid that managed to lighten the mood by telling jokes and doing voice impressions.