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The Beast King's right-hand man.
  • Barrier Change Boss: His Otherlands fight is a lot tougher as he regularly switches the types of attacks he resists. Once he drops his resistance aura, though, it's a race to burst him down before a Total Party Kill.
  • The Dragon: To Guildna. He starts off by leading the attack on Baruoki to kidnap Feinne and is the first boss Aldo faces.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: "Var-Var", courtesy of his sister Myrus.
  • Half-Identical Twins: He's Myrus' twin brother.
  • Japanese Beetle Brothers: A one-man example. His horn evokes the Japanese stag beetle.
  • Heroic Build: Even in his regular form, he's absolutely shredded.
  • Hulking Out: Chapter 26 reveals his massive armored form is his "combat mode". His real apparence is more nerdish and demure, but still ripped.
  • Kill All Humans: His shared goal with Guildna.
  • Large Ham: He gets carried away quite easily when he speaks in his battle form.
  • The Worf Effect: Berserk Geo Anguirius just swats him away before abducting Altena.

A beast girl, who met Aldo and Feinne years ago, when Feinne healed her leg. She happens to be the younger sister of the Beast King, Guildna.
  • Damsel in Distress: She gets kidnapped twice during the Ogre Wars Part I arc — first by the Berserk Geo Anguirus during the arc's final chapter, then by the Ogre clan to set up Part II.
  • Forbidden Friendship: Her friendship with Feinne runs into issues because their two species are at war. Aldo doesn't have anything against her personally, but thinks it's unwise for her to come to close to Baruoki
  • Fusion Dance: Does one with Feinne, becoming Beast Angel Geo Anguirus.
    • Happens to her one more time when Zennon Ogre uses her as the catalyst to fuse together the Elemental Arms.
  • My Species Doth Protest Too Much: She follows Guildna more out of family obligations than hatred against humans and she's among the first beastfolk to side with Feinne's wish for peace between the two races.
  • Tastes Like Friendship: After they become friends, she gives Feinne a plum mushroom.
  • Villain's Dying Grace: She releases Feinne after being defeated, Feinne is able to save her with the power of the geo prisma.

    The Phantom 
A mysterious being from beyond spacetime that's trying to destroy the universe.
  • Big Bad: It's his actions that drive the main plot the game.
  • I Take Offense to That Last One!: The phantom ignores Aldo calling him crazy, but objects to being accused of lying, since nothing it told Aldo was actually false.
  • Manipulative Bastard: He gives Aldo the goal to restore the destroyed future, neglecting to tell him that doing so puts the whole universe at risk.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: His goal is to destroy the spacetime continuum.
  • Xanatos Gambit: If he manages to defeat the heroes, the spacetime continuum will be destroyed. If he loses, Chronos Menas will escape from the Dimensional Vortex and corrupt the Prisma, leading to the same result. He even states that anything Aldo and team do when they one-up him is delay the inevitable.

    King Palsifal 
A king from antiquity who's working with the Oracle. He recently lost his wife and child, which had not done great favors for his mental stability.
  • Despair Event Horizon: He was already unstable when Aldo first met him, he completely loses what grasp on sanity he had after the Tower of Time is shut down, denying him his choice of future.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: He's the person depicted in the statue in Aldo's hometown. Though you can change that statue to one of Aldo.
  • The Good King: He used to be this until the death of his family drove him over the edge.
  • One-Winged Angel: Transforms for his boss fight with you.
  • Together in Death: He has a vision of being reunited with his family while in Purgatory.

    Chronos Menas/Eden Chronos 
While traveling back in time with his family, Eden was separated from his family and lost to the abyss. After spending 16 years being corrupted by the darkness, he lost his humanity and was twisted into a monstrous form known as Chronos Menas.

Chronos Menas was released from his prison after the Phantom's defeat, taking the role of the final boss of part 1.

  • All Your Powers Combined: Scattered throughout the Dimensional Vortex are the Primal Elements. The player can ignore them as they proceed through the dungeon, but Chronos Menas will inherit the abilities of the Primal Elements that are not defeated. This includes disabling Another Force, constant regeneration and alternating between absorbing magical and physical attacks. Destroying him without breaking the Primal Elements nets you an achievement.
  • And I Must Scream: He fell into the heart of the Dimensional Vortex, where he was imprisoned for over a decade in complete isolation.
  • Apocalypse Maiden: He'll spread corruption he underwent in the abyss to all the prisma around him.
  • Battle in the Center of the Mind: The second phase of his fight. After traveling through darkness inside him, the party finds what looks like a valley at sunrise, with the sun climbing higher over the mountains the more Aldo and Feinne's words reach him.
  • Big Brother Instinct: He prevented Cecile from falling into the dimensional vortex, only to get trapped there himself.
  • Dying as Yourself: He manages to recover from his senses after his boss fight and say goodbye to his sister, before vanishing.
  • Go Mad from the Isolation: Eden was lost to the Dimensional Vortex when Professor Chronos tried to send his family to the past. Trapped in the void, Eden's mind was consumed by despair and madness, and he mutated into a abomination of chaos.
  • Light/Darkness Juxtaposition: Chronos Menas' outward appearence is dark and twisted. In the second phase, he's glowing and has buttefly wings. It contrasts what he truely is vs what he had become.
  • Not Quite Saved Enough: After finally reaching him through an "I Know You're in There Somewhere" Fight, he Disappears into Light. One of the Sequel Hooks is the party deciding to try to rescue him more thouroughly.
  • Post-Final Boss: The second phase of the fight is a lot less difficult than the first, as his only attack will deal a miniscule amount of damage to the party.
  • Throat Light: The inside of Chronos Menas glows red and flickers like a furnace.
  • Vacuum Mouth: After he takes enough damage during his first fight, he uses one these to just swallow the entire party.

    The 29th Otohime 
The primary antagonist of The 1000 Year Ark of the Ocean Palace. Otohime is the mysterious ruler of the Dragon Palace, who for some reason has ordered the sea turtles to abduct women from the shore. Otohime also wants to open something known as "Pandora's Box".
  • A God Am I: He declares himself to one when confronted after he absorbs the power of Leviathan.
  • Minor Crime Reveals Major Plot: Aldo finds out about his plans to unleash Leviathan and steal it's powers only because he ordered the Sea Turtles to kindap women. Because he wanted a harem.
  • Pure Is Not Good: Part of the ritual to bond with the Otohime's trident involves bearing your heart in front of the citizens of the Dragon Palace. He passed this with flying colors using a "serve me or die" speech.
  • Revenge: According to Nagi, his power hunger comes from wanting revenge against the western seas that banished him.
  • She Is the King: Otohime is a female title, but he uses it anyways because it was the title used by the previous ruler when he conquered the Dragon Palace.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: Which is why Aldo and co. call him the "Half-Naked Guy" instead of Otohime.

A great monster sealed underwater within Pandora's Box, around which the Dragon Palace was founded. Its unsealing becomes the focus of the The 1000 Year Ark of the Ocean Palace conflict.
  • Bonus Boss: Serves as one to the Fishing Minigame and the Dragon Palace Episode.
  • Degraded Boss: When going through Levia's character quests, the player will get into a fight with the Leviathan again. However, it's level 30 this time, and a lot easier to beat than its level 90 form. Things get a little complicated when there are two Leviathans duking it out.
  • Evil Is Not a Toy: An ancient civilization gained control of it and used it to repel their enemies. While successful, the Leviathan also wrought havoc on the civilization themselves, prompting them to seal it away.
  • Healing Factor: Has a passive regeneration that makes it difficult to beat through attrition.
  • Robotic Reveal: LeA-BAK reveals that Leviathan was created by Synth Humans as a backup battleship, but was lost to the distant past in a malfunction.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: The very thing encased within Pandora's Box.
  • You Can't Thwart Stage One: It is inevitable that Otohime successfully unseals it. While he is promptly defeated while wielding its power, the Leviathan manages to escape, and remains at large after the Episode's conclusion.

    Zennon Ogre 
The ruler of the Ogre race, who wants to eradicate humans in order to take over the world.
  • Big Bad: He takes the place of Phantom as the main villain of Arc 2.
  • Bonus Boss: Attempting to revisit the boss arena after his defeat pits the player in a fight against Zennon Shadow, an incredibly difficult superboss.
  • Hostage for MacGuffin: He demands that Guildna brings him the Elemental Arms in exchange for Altena's life.
  • Large and in Charge: Averted. He's one head smaller than regular Ogres, making him a bit taller than Lokido or adult Guildna. His final form is so huge you only see him above the waist during your final battle.
  • One-Winged Angel: During the second phase of the final battle with him, he takes on a more monstrous form that brandishes the full power of the Elemental Greatsword.
  • Screw Destiny: Even Ogre Rancorem itself telling him to his face that he will lose the war doesn't faze him or his plans in the slightest.
  • You Have Failed Me: His introduction involves him destroying a group of ogres that the party defeated for being a group of useless idiots.
  • You Said You Would Let Them Go: Double Subverted. He actually does let Altena go... but then he immediately fuses her with the four Elemental Arms.

    Hell Ogre and Death Ogre 
The Ogre clan's arena champions. They killed the Thunder King's son Alfaldo.
  • The Dividual: There's two of them, but Hell Ogre and Death Ogre are always seen together and have roughly the same personality.
  • Dual Boss: The two of them fight together.
  • I'll Never Tell You What I'm Telling You!: They tell everyone that they're not supposed to talk about the Ogre King's daughter going crazy and disappearing.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: As seems common among Ogres. They taunt the Thunder King by talking about how much they liked eating his son.
  • Mini-Boss: They're fought in the middle of storming the Ogre Spike, and while tougher than the average ogre, they are still much weaker than Zennon.

    Baron Ogre 
A powerful ogre sorcerer and Zennon Ogre's lieutenant.
  • Bond Villain Stupidity: A justified example, because he's only The Dragon. He shows up right after a miniboss fight to destroy the main party while they're still injured, only to be called away by Zennon before he gets the chance.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: After being beaten by Aldo, he decides that the whole Ogre war shit isn't worth it and unlocks the magic gate leading to Zennon before sneaking out of Ogre's Spike.
  • Lean and Mean: He's rail-thin compared to the other Ogres, but that doesn't make him any weaker or nice.
  • Puzzle Boss: His battle has him summon magic bombs that you must deactivate before they blow up (a HP to 1 attack) and cast a healing spell right when his life drops to 0, meaning you have to Another Force him to deliver the final blow.
  • Villain: Exit, Stage Left: After Zennon and the other ogres are defeated, he decides to teleport from the Ogre Spike.

    The Chrono Clan 
Humans from Elzion's timeline who were affected by the spacetime disruptions caused by Phantom's actions, who obtained superhuman powers in the process. Calling themselves "Neohumans", their goal is to replace humanity as the dominant lifeform and wipe away the past in order to rebuild the world to accomodate them.
  • Human Subspecies
  • Hypocrite: They want to wipe away human history... But don't mind keeping powerful artifacts in order to bolster their abilities.
  • Kill All Humans: Since they see themselves as the next evolution of the human race, they plan to do that as well as getting rid of history.
  • Psychic Powers: One of their abilities, involving levitation and manifesting their egos as powerful creatures.
  • Smug Super: Rubbing your "superiority" in front of humans and flashing your powers seems to be the default attitude for these guys.

She used to be best friends with Amy, but their paths diverged when Amy became a hunter and she moved to attend a prestigious school in another town. Now she's a member of the Chrono Clan.
  • Evil Former Friend: While being Amy's childhood friend, she later joined a group of supremacists against normal humanity.
  • Lady and Knight: Amy considered herself to be Mildy's knight when they were younger, but Clughorn ended up taking that role.
  • Prone to Tears: When they were younger she cried easily and Amy had to protect her a lot. She seems to have grown out of this.

Amy's old crush, who ended up dating Mildy. He's now a member of the Chrono Clan.
  • A God Am I: He believes the Neohumans will transcend humanity altogether and become gods.
  • Evil Former Friend: While not as close to Amy as Mildy, the three of them were all friends growing up.
  • Multicolored Hair: His hair fades from black a the top to off-white at the bottom.
  • Perpetual Frowner: He's usually frowning. Amy knew she had no chance with him because he'd sometimes smile for Mildy and not her.

The witch who cursed Cyrus into his frog form. Absent for most of the main story, she takes center stage in the "The Celestial Tower and the Shadow Witch" episode.
  • Baleful Polymorph: She likes to inflict this curse on others. She's responsible for Cyrus being a frogman, and for another girl's transformation into Medusa.
  • Big Bad: The main villain of "The Celestial Tower and the Shadow Witch."
  • Color-Coded Wizardry: She was known as the Green Witch, back when she was a benevolent forest guardian. After becoming corrupted, she became known as the Dark Witch.
  • Crusading Widow: Betrayed King Palsifal because her husband was caught in one of the king's wars and killed.
  • Demonic Possession: Giving a name to a Nopaew had more severe consequences than she thought. When she did so, a darkness escaped the Nopaew and went into her, corrupting her into the Dark Witch.
  • Evil Costume Switch: She changes outfits immediately upon becoming the Dark Witch.
  • For the Evulz: She does evil things for the sake of evil itself.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: The one responsible for the deaths of Palsifal's wife and son, and thus his Despair Event Horizon.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: She wants to destroy the world.
  • Revenge by Proxy: She blamed Palsifal for the death of her husband, so she killed his family.

A synth human built by KMS based off of Galliard's blueprints. He believes in a coexistence between the synths and the humans where he rules overs the humans.
  • Cain and Abel: He hates Galliard and being compared to him in any way.

Introduced in "The Closed-off Open World and the Azure Rebel" episode. One of the youngest KMS executives ever, Leo is introduced as Sebastia's annoying but well-meaning suitor. Of course, he has his own agenda...

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