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    In General 
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  • The Rival: To the Clover Kingdom.
  • Theme Naming: With the Clover, Spade, and Heart Kingdoms, they are named after the four French suits of playing cards.
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    King of the Diamond Kingdom 
The king of the Diamond Kingdom.
  • The Ghost: He is the mentioned but yet to be seen ruler of the Diamond Kingdom.
  • No Name Given: His name is yet to be mentioned.

Eight Shining Generals

    Mars 

Mars

Voiced by: Yuichiro Umehara (Japanese), Jason Liebrecht (English)note 

Debut: Chapter 13 (Manga), Episode 15 (Anime)

Magic Attribute: Mineral + Flame

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A sorcerer who has been enhanced by magical experimentation on his body, and one of the Eight Shining Generals of the new generation. Entirely devoted to his mission, Mars is a juggernaut of a sorcerer, wielding both Mineral Magic and Flame Magic.

His Mineral Magic manifests as weapons, waves of diamonds, and crystal golems. His Flame Magic allows him to drape himself in purifying fire to mend his wounds.


  • Ability Mixing: His spell book appears to be stitched together from two different books, allowing him to use both mineral magic and flame magic.
  • Anime Hair: His hair is spiked up in all directions.
  • BFS: Mineral Creation Magic: Laevateinn. An absolutely massive one sword made of diamond.
  • Brainwashed: It turns out that Morris brainwashed him after the training session, in which he had killed Fana, but after his fight with Asta, the brainwashing is broken, and Mars regains his memories of his past.
  • Brainwashing for the Greater Good: After the Forest of Witches Arc, he takes a brainwashing potion from the Witch Queen back home to the immortality seeking Diamond King, hoping to get the Diamond King to drink it. Should Mars succeed, this will not only give the Diamond King a much needed taste of his own medicine, but allow Mars to bring an end to the King's cruel despotism, and hopefully make the Diamond Kingdom a better place, like it used to be before the Diamond King took control.
  • Child Soldier: He was raised to be ruthless magic soldier from an early age.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: The above alone should sell it. Chapter 18 takes it one step further by implying that he was forced to kill his own friend. Chapter 19 all but confirms it before the Diamond Kingdom ended up grafting her grimoire to his.
  • Determinator: After his beating from Asta, he quickly changes his strategy, allowing him to then curb-stomp both Golden Dawn and the Black Bulls.
  • Et Tu, Brute?: His own friend almost immediately tried to kill him in the battle royale fight to the death that was the final test in the Jewel Kingdom's training program. She ended up being the first person he killed in the fight. This is ultimately subverted, as she attacked him on purpose with the knowledge that he would kill her and thus go free. She even lives long enough to heal his wounds before succumbing to her own.
  • Gemstone Assault: His magic and a potent one in fact, usable for many different effects.
  • Heal It with Fire: He uses his fire magic primarily to heal himself. Together with his mineral armor, he makes it extremely difficult for his enemies to inflict lasting damage.
  • Heel–Face Turn: During the battle in the Forest of Witches, he turns his back on the Diamond Kingdom.
  • Heroic Second Wind: Inverted, as "villainous". This guy doesn't quit. After taking a beating from Asta the first time, he manages to get back up and curb-stomp the Black Bulls and Golden Dawn. When Asta inadvertently knocks him down again with a burst of Water Magic, Mars gets back up again to shoot a crystal shard and take down Asta. He finally stays down when Yuno manages to activate the magic he learned from the scroll.
  • Instant Armor:
    • Mineral Magic: Nemean Armor, complete with a breast plate, spaulders, gauntlets, and greaves. It can withstand Yuno's wind spells without any damage.
    • Mineral Creation Magic: Titan's Heavy Armor. He covers his body in a humanoid shape with giant crystals.
  • Knight of Cerebus: The first opponent in the series to come extremely close to killing Asta and his allies.
  • My Greatest Failure: Killing Fana in Diamond Kingdom's final test haunted him perpetually and powered his resolve in the Dungeon Exploration Arc.
  • My Greatest Second Chance: He is pitted against Fana once again in the Forest of Witches Arc, and, after encouragement from Asta, he expends every effort to end the fight without killing her.
  • Not So Stoic: He truly starts showing more emotion in the Forest of Witches Arc, in which he reunites with Fana, who is at first possessed.
  • Self-Duplication:
    • Mineral Creation Magic: Talos Doll. The puppet can move by itself without his involvement.
    • A large-scale version, Mineral Creation Magic: Talos Doll Swarm. He doesn't have to control them, but they stop moving when he loses consciousness.
  • Shoot the Medic First: In the dungeon the first member of Golden Dawn he attacks is Mimosa, who even describes herself as the healer of the group.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Another unfortunate victim of Japanese phonetics. Is it Mars or Marth? Either way, he shares the same localization issue as a certain blue-haired prince.
  • The Stoic: Rarely shows any emotion, though he is visibly shocked when Asta manages to break apart his jewel constructs. He quickly stops being this once he sees Fana.
  • Super Soldier: Being implanted with materials to boost his magical power, makes him this. The children subjected to this were forced to fight each other to the death, in order to produce the strongest sorcerers possible.
  • Superpower Lottery: Able to use Mineral Magic, which is incredibly potent in both offense and defense. He can use it to create weapons, armor, and even clones of himself. It's tough enough to withstand Yuno's Wind Magic without a scratch and was able to one-shot Mimosa. The only thing capable of shattering his defenses so far is Asta's sword. It's later revealed that he also has Flame Recovery Magic, the latter of which is implied to have come from Fana, who died in the death battles he was forced to partake in. He then shows that he can launch crystal projectiles fast enough to overwhelm Asta.
  • Taking the Bullet: Once Ladros releases the fireball he's absorbed, Mars protects Fana with his enchanted body.
  • Tears of Joy: Cries once Fana returns to normal.
  • Tin Man: He's ultimately this. He honestly tried to kill his emotions, but his memories of Fana as well as Asta's words make him this. Lampshaded by Lotus:
    Mars: Lotus... thanks for saving me.
    Lotus: What's this I'm hearing? You actually do know... how to say thanks.
  • Wake-Up Call Boss: The first real threat to the Black Bulls seen in the series. He is the first antagonist in the series who managed to down the protagonist and the prodigal rival twice in the same arc while going 1 vs. 6 with relative ease after he gets serious. He also critically injures Noelle and Asta during the course of the fight, slicing them open with blood splatter everywhere.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: At first depicted as having pinkish hair in one of the early color pages. Tabata later changed it to light purple in a later color page, which hair color the anime follows.

    Lagus 

Lagus

Voiced by: Wataru Tsuyuzaki (Japanese), Patrick McAlister (English)

Debut: Chapter 74 (Manga), Episode 51 (Anime)

Magic Attribute: Lightning

One of the Eight Shining Generals, and of the old generation.

A master of Lightning Magic.


  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Yuno beats him in no time at all. This is justified as he's of the old generation of the generals.
  • Shock and Awe: Uses Lightning Magic.

    Brocks 

Brocks

Voiced by: Ray Hurd (English)

Debut: Chapter 74 (Manga), Episode 51 (Anime)

Magic Attribute: Red Clay

One of the Eight Shining Generals, and of the old generation. Never backs down before a challenge.

Wields the Red Clay Magic to encase himself within an armor of ochre and ram through every obstacle.


  • Attack! Attack! Attack!: Instead of retreating, he decides to take on Vangeance himself.
  • Blood Knight: Relishes the chance to attack the Clover Kingdom and take on its Magic Knights.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Is easily beaten by Vangeance. This is justified as he is of the old generation of the generals.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: Uses Red Clay Magic.
  • A Father to His Men: Gets incredibly angry that Vangeance's magic knocks out his men, and vows to make him pay for that.
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    Yagos 

Yagos

Voiced by: Genki Muro (Japanese), Bruce DuBose (English)

Debut: Chapter 74 (Manga), Episode 51 (Anime)

Magic Attribute: Slime

One of the Eight Shining Generals, and of the old generation.

Manipulates some extremely sticky Slime Magic that manifests as a giant snail, and saps its victims' life force.


  • Blinding Bangs: Has this sort of hairstyle.
  • Blob Monster: Can create these with his Slime Magic.
  • Cold-Blooded Torture: His Slime Magic slowly weakens its victims.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Still gets beaten really easily, though he makes the best showing out of the three generals of the old generation, as he uses citizens as a way to prevent the Magic Knights from hitting him.
  • Evil Laugh: Quickly stops once Langris interferes, however.
  • Sadist: Enjoys watching the victims of his Slime Magic suffer.
  • Warhawk: Likes the idea of the Clover and Diamond Kingdoms being at war.

    Ladros 

Ladros

Voiced by: Takeshi Kusao (Japanese), Chris Gardner (English)

Debut: Chapter 79 (Manga), Episode 53 (Anime)

Magic Attribute: None

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A mage who is one of the kingdom's Eight Shining Generals, and is of the new generation. Like Mars, Ladros comes from the Diamond Kingdom's laboratories.

His unnatural power allows him to absorb and gulp down mana, before releasing it as a barrage of lasers.


  • Black Eyes of Crazy: Has black eyes along with red irises, but strangely enough, his pupils aren't visible. His eyes were completely normal when he was a child.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: He was born without an elemental affinity, though he had a larger pool of mana to compensate for that, and so he was treated as lesser.
  • Determinator: Even after being hit by one of Fana's fireballs with Asta's help, and even after getting stabbed by Asta's anti-magic sword, he still manages to put up a decent fight.
  • Driven by Envy: He wants to be recognized by the kingdom, but he detests Mars for his superior magic abilities and gladly tries to kill him once Mars becomes a traitor.
  • Energy Absorption: Has this ability after being experimented upon by the Diamond Kingdom.
  • Evil Laugh: Does this a lot, but stops once he realizes that Asta has thrown one of his anti-magic swords at him, which causes his magic power to be sucked out.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Goes back to the Diamond Kingdom so that he may help Mars change the kingdom.
  • Mercy Kill: Once defeated, he begs Asta to kill him, having realized that he is nowhere as powerful as he thought he was. To his surprise, Asta refuses, telling him that he must pay for what he's done.
  • Not So Different: Once he recognizes Asta as the knight without any magical powers, Ladros claims that he understands Asta's pain, since he was treated likewise in his childhood, and offers to let Asta join the Diamond army and help him get rid of those who step on others for want of natural talent. Of course, it's all a ruse for him to get his anti-magic powers, and it doesn't work.
  • Slasher Smile: Combined with his eyes, it looks incredibly unsettling.
  • Smug Super: Is pretty arrogant in the beginning, thanks to his absorption power, but his ego grows tremendously once he absorbs Salamander.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: He does wear an upper garment, but his chest is always exposed.

Other Members

    Lotus Whomalt 

Lotus Whomalt

Voiced by: Kenyuu Horiuchi (Japanese), Brad Hawkins (English)note 

Debut: Chapter 12 (Manga), Episode 15 (Anime)

Magic Attribute: Smoke

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A sorcerer known as the Hell Lotus. Veteran of the Clover-Diamond War, having fought Yami on the front lines.

Uses Smoke Magic to camouflage himself and sap his targets' strength, never confronting his opponents directly.


  • Anti-Villain: Antagonistic, but not evil at all if his words are to believed. The only reason why he's fighting the protagonists is that he's just doing his job as a magic knight: trying to preserve the livelihood of his people by raiding the Clover Kingdom due to the Diamond Kingdom's dire straits. Heck, he even apologizes for all of the fights he's responsible for.
  • The Bad Guy Wins: It turns out that he was hanging by Mars and Asta's fight the whole time and pocketing all of the treasure during the confusion. The heroes might have won the battle, but he got the spoils in the end.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Knows he doesn't have any chance of taking on Asta, Noelle, and Luck in a fair fight, so he instead traps them in a wall of smoke that even Asta's sword can't penetrate to slowly suffocate them to death. Prior to this, he also slowly poisons Luck carbon monoxide-style to throw off his balance. He also doesn't mind letting his underlings take the hit to stall in order to allow his magic to take full effect.
  • Family Values Villain: If he can even be called one. He's only fighting to protect his kingdom, and his three daughters back at home, and is actually rather polite in his dealings with the Black Bulls. He even compliments them and makes remarks about the value of teamwork, though his definition stretches that point a bit. He also laments the fact that he must fight and potentially kill some talented youngsters. He even goes back to save Mars from the collapsing dungeon and makes sure that all of his men got out alive.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: He can be fairly audacious, ambushing Captain Vengeance while he was occupied with another Diamond Kingdom mage, only to hightail it once Yami shows up.
  • Villainous Rescue: He comes out of nowhere to steal the treasure and save Mars from the collapsing dungeon. Though apparently, he was invisible the whole time.
  • Wrong Genre Savvy: Knows that the folks over at Clover aren't evil people per say so he attempts to talk his way out of fighting with Luck by citing the problems his own kingdom has and apologizing for the war. Unfortunately, Luck is a complete Blood Knight and couldn't care less.
  • Xanatos Speed Chess: A small scale version. Lotus manages to manipulate things to be in his favor, no matter what happens. His mooks got beaten? Don't worry, that just gave him more time for his magic to work. He gets beaten? Not a problem, Mars will clean them up. Mars gets beaten? He'll wait until they open the treasure room, then pocket the loot during the fight.

    Morris 

Morris

Voiced by: Masayuki Akasaka (Japanese)

Debut: Chapter 79 (Manga), Episode 53 (Anime)

A mage who works for the Diamond Kingdom and has run a series of experiments on children to boost the kingdom's power.


  • Evil Sorcerer: He's the mage who performed the Diamond Kingdom's experiments on children.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: He is said to be the one behind the operations of the Diamond Kingdom, and he was the one who threw out Fana after he found her useless.
  • Tested on Humans: And he throws away the subjects who have failed him.
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    Fana 

Fana

Voiced by: Mao Ichimichi (Japanese), Jeannie Tirado (English)note 

Debut: Chapter 51 (Manga), Episode 35 (Anime)

Magic Attribute: Flame

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Click here to see her past self.

One of the three Members of "Third Eye", the elite squad of the Eye of the Midnight Sun. Technically two characters, she's a woman of the Diamond Kingdom who's possessed by a dead Elf with the same name. As a childhood friend of Mars, she endured the same treatments and experiments. She's the master of the spirit of fire, Salamander, which possesses absurd destructive power.


  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Licht made her possessed, so she was consumed with hatred for the Clover Kingdom from her Elf soul.
  • Child Soldier: She was raised to be one from an early age.
  • Childhood Friends: Was one with Mars.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: She and Mars were subjected to experiments by the Diamond Kingdom so that they might become efficient child soldiers, and in the trial in which every participant was to kill the others, she attacked Mars on purpose, who then attacked her back, and she did it only so that he might live and explore the world for her. But that isn't the end for her; she was later revived because of her Phoenix magic, and the sage Morris decided to experiment on her some more. But when her magical power didn't grow, he threw her away, and she was then taken in by Licht.
  • Dull Eyes of Unhappiness: Her eyes lack shines unlike most characters. This is due to Elf Fana possessing her. She only has them back when she is back in control.
  • Eyes Do Not Belong There: Underneath the purple gem on her forehead is a third eye. It disappears once she turns back to normal, no longer in control of the Elf Fana.
  • Forced into Evil: She is Mars's Childhood Friend whom he presumed died as part of the Diamond Kingdom's brutal "training program," but the cruel sage Morris took her near lifeless body and experimented on her until he abandoned her. Only once Licht took her in did she become the vessel of a dead Elf, who's also named Fana, working for the Eye of the Midnight Sun.
  • Foreshadowing: Her turning back from an elf to a human, and her saying that she felt as if someone had entered her body hints at the fact that Vangeance and Licht share the same body.
  • Identical Stranger: According to Patry, she looks exactly like the elf whose soul she has. They also have the same name.
  • Perpetual Frowner: Only begins to smile once Human Fana regains control.
  • Playing with Fire: Like Yuno, she uses one of the four elemental avatars, with hers being the fire spirit.
  • Pointy Ears: Has them, just like Licht and Vetto. This is due to being possessed by an Elf. They disappear once she regains control.
  • Super Soldier: Being implanted with materials to boost her magical power, makes her this. The children subjected to this were forced to fight each other to the death, in order to produce the strongest sorcerers possible.
  • Unstoppable Rage: Constantly in one of these. This is due to the trauma of Elf Fana's death.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has pink hair.

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