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Characters / Cröixleur

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Clockwise from bottom: Lucrezia, Sara, Katerina, Francesca

This page will list the characters who appear in the game.

As always, watch out for spoilers!

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Tropes for the characters as a whole:

  • Action Girl: They're more than capable of holding their own against the monsters that stand in their way.
  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience:
    • Lucrezia: Red.
    • Francesca: Yellow.
    • Katerina: Blue.
    • Sara-Annika: Black.
  • Generation Xerox: Both Luc and Franc are this to Katerina and Sara, respectively. It also helps that they're both descendants of the latter two.

    Lucrezia Visconti
Voiced by: Yuka Iguchi
The main protagonist of Croixleur, Lucrezia (or Luc for short) is a seventeen year old girl from the royal family representing the noble house Beshie at the Academy. Bright and straightforward with no hidden intentions, no interest in political warfare and packing a strong sense of justice, although it does tend to get the better of her and lead her to cause trouble for others. However, she always ends up making everyone else happy in the end. She is also very skilled with magic swords.

    Francesca Stralo
Voiced by: Ayumi Fujimura
Luc's former childhood friend, Francesca (or Fran for short) is a representative and head of the knight house Shelta at the Academy. Compared to Luc's cheerfulness, Fran is more serious about getting through the trial and her future, leading her to make some prickly comments to her.
  • Boyish Short Hair: Her current hairstyle, although Lucrezia does say that Fran used to want her hair to be like hers.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: Doesn't like being called "Princess", nevermind that she technically isn't one, or that her title is "Moonlit Blade Princess". After becoming a knight under the queen, her juniors started to call her "Prince" due to her noble air, which she also doesn't like.
  • Glass Cannon: She's strong enough to deal with most threats in one go, albeit at the cost of her defenses being subpar.
  • Leitmotif: "Moonlit Battle".
  • Not So Above It All: Though she spends most of the game being serious and uptight, she does show a more childish side. It's more apparent in the customization screen, where she's shown to be just as eager to try out the clothing options there as everyone else.
  • Red Baron: Called the "Moonlit Blade Princess" due to her serious demeanor.
  • Shrinking Violet: Believe it or not, she used to be the type to hide behind Luc and cry before her training. Luc admits that while she does miss the old cry-baby Fran, she also likes the current strong one too.
  • Straight Man: To Lucrezia, though she does occasionally slip...
  • Tsundere: She might act all aloof and harsh, but push a few buttons and she gets absolutely flustered. Just ask Luc.

    Katerina Visconti
Voiced by: Haruka Terui
The younger sister to the queen and fourth in line to the throne, despite her inability to get used to being a noble. Though brash and reckless, she also possesses a heroic attitude. Though she's prone to misunderstandings, there are also times where she's shown to be much smarter than she looks. Also learned how to fight from Sara's father.
  • Barrier Maiden: Possesses some impressive sealing spells for dealing with threats, which lead to herself and Sara accidentally being sealed away themselves when the latter's life was threatened.
  • Idiot Hero: As if her facial expressions didn't tip you off, though she does have occasional moments of smartness.
  • Leitmotif: "Flower Burning Blue".
  • Royal Rapier: Her default weapon.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: She's the sister to the Queen of the past and her story has her and Sara trying to track down the source of the monsters.
  • True Final Boss: Shares this role with Sara in the True Ending.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: With a bit of yellow on the side.

    Sara-Annika Stralo
Voiced by: Satomi Akesaka
A foreign exchange student from a far-off country called Niyan and daughter of a sword instructor who works as the queen's teacher. Due to her inability to talk to other people, the other students ended up being scared of her, leaving her lonely until Katerina chose to befriend her. Also possesses considerable shamanic talents that she herself isn't aware of.
  • Katanas Are Just Better: Her default weapon.
  • Kindhearted Cat Lover: Mentions owning a cat named Tabi to Katerina in the latter's story, and how much she loves him. In the True Ending, she expresses hopes at finding his descendant, and settles with the ones at the noble house.
  • Leitmotif: "Wind from the East".
  • Not Good with People: Struggles with trying to talk to others, leading to the other students treating her as some sort of mystical being, which is something that's not exactly good for her mental health. Thank goodness for Katerina befriending her, though...
  • Sailor Fuku: One of her alternate costumes is this.
  • True Final Boss: Alongside Katerina in the True Ending.

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