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    The Prince / Euden 
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Dragonblood Prince
Voiced by: Kouki Uchiyama (Japanese), Vincent Tong (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Sword
Element: Fire

The protagonist of the game. The Seventh Heir of the Alberian Royal Family and the older twin brother of Zethia, the Auspex.


  • All-Loving Hero: Euden has an unending capability for affability and kindness, being nice even to his enemies and having a very strong moral code to follow.
  • All of the Other Reindeer: The manga hints that as children, he and Zethia were this to their older siblings, especially Chelle and Leonidas.
  • Audience Surrogate: The Prince has little information about the mercenaries he comes in contact with, and as a result, Ranzal is often the one to explain things for him, and therefore, the player.
  • Canon Name: Euden is the default name and is also used in the game's comic strip, Dragalia Life.
  • Chaste Hero: Naveed's Adventurer Story story demonstrates that Euden just straight-up doesn't understand what romantic love is, to the point that he while he truly believes that true love does exist, he doesn't really understand Naveed's desire to give all of his love to his One True Love since he only knows familial love and is very confused when Naveed later tries to explain it to him.
    Euden: Well, I don't think I really understand the kind of love you're talking about. It's different from simply feeling that your family is precious, right?
  • Clueless Chick Magnet: He does not realize that Cleo and Elisanne have a certain degree of romantic attraction to him. He's also... aware of Mym's feelings for him, but not entirely cognizant of how serious they seem to be. And those are just the main characters; various other female adventurers also fall for him, but he largely remains oblivious.
  • Distracted by the Sexy: He gets hit with this in Chapter 2 of Felicia's story when all she was doing was sweeping the floors.
  • Dreadful Musician: One of his quotes on the home screen has him say this about himself.
    “I practice my instrument all I can, but I still sound like I'm strangling a cat most of the time...”
  • Even the Guys Want Him: Several male characters openly express interest in him, including (at least) one male dragon.
    Kindling Imp: You're a pretty handsome guy. If I were a lady, I'd be all over that.
  • Extreme Doormat: Not so much in the main story, but often Played for Laughs in the Adventurer Stories (and lampshaded just as much), which typically play in full force his habit accepting any sob story he's given or just going along with whatever's happening around him or to him, no matter how extreme or ill-advised, with no complaint. To the point where more than a couple of the stories feature one of his friends rolling their eyes at his behavior.
  • Frameup: Zethia's kidnapping is pinned on him by the Dyrenell Empire, resulting in him being branded as a traitor to be hunted down.
  • Gratuitous English: In Gala Mym's Adventurer Story in the Japanese audio, he calls Mym “honey” to match her "darling" in each Imagine Spot.
  • Heroes Prefer Swords: He's the protagonist, and he uses a sword.
  • Ideal Hero: Downplayed, Euden is kind, morally upstanding and constantly thinking about the greater good while helping anyone he can, but he is notably less strong than the usual of this trope, a few time, characters note that his inexperience in the field makes him less of a force than some of the people who follow him, but he is still followed due to his upstanding moral code.
  • Idiot Hair: He sports one.
  • I Need to Go Iron My Dog: He does this in Philia’s Chapter 5 once she starts wanting to get married that day.
  • Malicious Slander: Estelle's storyline reveals that there have been rumors about him filling his castle with young girls and spending his days with obscenities. He's perplexed on finding this out.
  • Modest Royalty: To the point that Elisanne initially takes him to be Zethia's servant rather than her brother.
  • Nice Guy: Generally, he's a fairly nice person who's willing to help anyone in need.
  • The Paragon: His noble, selfless devotion to protecting the innocent inspires his allies to keep fighting against all odds, and also inspires all the villagers he's protecting to come to his aid when he's outnumbered by Valyx's forces.
  • Ship Tease: Being a Clueless Chick Magnet aside, the Prince gets a noticeable amount of teasing with a number of characters throughout both the main story and adventurer's stories. Some are more obvious than others.
  • Sibling Rivalry: With the rest of his royal siblings, especially Emperess Zethia after he declares the Halidom an independent power from the Dyranell Empire.
  • Simple, yet Awesome: Euden's kit is fairly straightforward, having two damage skills, a passive skill that permanently boosts his Strength every time he transforms, and even offers boosted Player EXP. He's still one of the most reliable fire sword users to players who don't have Marth (who is a 5* limited unit) or Naveed (a 5* unit).
  • Too Dumb to Live: It's something of a running in Adventurer stories that Euden has apparently no standards as to who he's happy to welcome to the Halidome, from the dangerously unstable to literal monsters.
    Althemia: Time for lesson number three: Vampires have many vulnerabilities! For one, they can't enter a house unless someone invites them in.
    Ranzal: Nice! So if we can make it back to the castle, we're safe. [Looks at Euden] ...Actually, scratch that. We're doomed.
  • Urban Legend Love Life: Apparently has a(n unfounded) reputation of possessing a harem of women with which he engages in "all manner of... of indecencies!", at least according to Estelle in her first Adventurer Story chapter.
  • Warrior Prince: He, like some of his siblings in line for the throne, is a frontline fighter.
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    Zethia 
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The Holy Auspex
Voiced by: Ai Kayano (Japanese), Shannon Chan-Kent (English)

The Prince's twin sister, she is the Holy Auspex of Alberia's Ilian Church and subsequently is not eligible to take the throne.


  • Damsel in Distress: At the end of the first chapter, she willingly follows an evil Aurelius to put everyone else out of harm's way. The prince setting out to rescue her is what really puts the plot into motion.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: Usually goes around barefoot, with just a single gold anklet.
  • Evil Costume Switch: The mysterious girl who looks just like her is dressed in a darker, more revealing outfit. This turns out to be what she wears after getting possessed by the Other.
  • Face–Monster Turn: Courtesy of the Other.
  • Guest-Star Party Member: During Chapter 1, she assists the party members with her healing. However, she leaves the party at the end of Chapter 1 due to surrendering to King Aurelius.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She wants nothing but the best for everyone, and she's got golden locks.
  • High Priest: Basically the equivalent to the Pope in this setting. Most characters treat her with some degree of respect and reverence for this.
  • Idiot Hair: Much like her twin brother. It must run in the family.
  • Incorruptible Pure Pureness: She has a very strong moral center, and believes strongly in bringing light and relief to the unfortunate and injured and stopping evil and harm. This makes her fate utterly tragic.
  • Rapunzel Hair: She's got a long mane of golden hair behind her, though her sprite doesn't always make it obvious.
  • True Blue Femininity: The gentle, graceful priestess wears a blue gown. She loses this when possessed by The Other; the Zethia from "elsewhere" also wears this outfit despite still being herself.
  • White Mage: She provides the party with healing when she's present on the battlefield.
  • White Magician Girl: An absolutely textbook example, with the only variation being that she wears blue, not white. The textbook-ness makes for a stark contrast to what she's forced to become.

    Notte 
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Voiced by: Yukana (Japanese)

A fairy that has known the Prince and Zethia since they were little.


  • Dangerous Forbidden Technique: Played for laughs in Dragalia Life #3 with her Notte Ball attack. It's forbidden because she missed the fiends she was aiming for and hit Euden instead.
  • Deadpan Snarker: She can be pretty snarky when "dumb" things are happening around her.
  • Dub Name Change: From "Nhaam" in the Japanese version.
  • Fairy Companion: She's known the Prince and Zethia since their childhood.
  • Heh Heh, You Said "X": Is very quick to notice and mention that Curran said "Beauty is in the eye of the buttholder".
  • Ms. Exposition: Serves as the narrator for the Adventurer's Guide comics explaining how the game works. She also serves as this for Dragalia Digest.
  • Plucky Girl: Notte is energetic and determined even in the face of adversity, like when rescuing Zethia in a rupturing volcano or when The Other possesses Zethia's body.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Notte has pink hair.

    Elisanne 
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Anointed Lance
Vampaladyn 
Battling Bride 
Voiced by: Saori Hayami (Japanese), Ava Lindstorm (English)
Rarity: 4 (Regular), 5 (Halloween, Wedding)
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Lance (Regular & Halloween), Sword (Wedding)
Element: Water (Regular), Light (Halloween), Wind (Wedding)

A knight of Ilian church, and a prodigy whose skill gained her the rank of Paladyn.
Elisanne's Halloween Version has her in an embarrassing but cute vampire costume. Obtainable from the Halloween Fantasia Showcase gacha.
Her Wedding Version has her get dolled up in a wedding dress.


Regular Version's Tropes

  • Animal Motif: The rabbit, as her bow is tied to look like a rabbit's pair of ears. She even has a rabbit's tail on her back even! (This is also slightly ironic, given that there is a race of actual bunny people in the game.)
  • Boobs of Steel: A knight and the main female fighter, she's bustier compare to the other main female characters, maybe competing with Mym.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: Invoked in a few Adventurer Stories when addressing her hidden feelings for the Prince. Chapter 4 in Ranzal's story has him provoke her when she scolds him for being a bad influence to Euden by claiming she's just mad that a barmaid tried to hit on the Prince, prompting the normally composed Elisanne to lose it and tell Ranzal to shut up. And then there's Gala Mym's stories, in which Elly is painted as a frequent romantic rival for the Prince's affections in her Imagine Spots.
  • Cuteness Proximity: Highly vulnerable to this. Even glancing at a little girl's doll causes her to freeze in place as she struggles not to react to it.
    • She gets this in Dragalia Life #75 with Odetta's tales of riding on giant bunnies and playing in cat cafes.
    • Happens to her in Dragalia Life #83 upon seeing Cleo's sylvan ears.
    • Happens once again in Dragalia Life #96 when just the sight of Luca's ears makes her relent into buying him some apples.
    • Happens once more in Dragalia Life #108 with Student Maribelle's bunny friend hopping over to her while Maribelle is taking out stuff from her backpack.
  • Dub Name Change: From "Elphyllis" in the Japanese version.
  • Even the Girls Want Her: Elisanne sure has a fair amount of female admirers in the Halidom, attracting the likes of Vanessa, Julietta, Cibella, and Alex....
  • Expy: She's one to Katalina Aryze. Both are graceful female paladins who defect from their previous alliance due to their actions deemed unacceptable, both of them have the Water element, and both of them happen to have a penchant for cute things.
  • Girls Love Stuffed Animals: She has a stuffed rabbit named Matilda.
  • Hair Decorations: Often wears a ribbon with something at the sidetail tie off point.
  • The Lancer: The second-in-command for the Prince's forces as well as using spears.
  • My Nayme Is: Is a Paladyn, not a Paladin.
  • Opera Gloves: She wears these with additional armor.
  • Proper Tights With Skirt: Has this look.
  • The Rival: She is portrayed as Mym's romantic rival for the Prince's affections in Gala Mym's Adventurer Story, but in reality, it's mostly one-sided on Mym's part. However, even Elisanne does a poor job in hiding said feelings when addressed.
  • Sexy Backless Outfit: Her 3D model shows that her upper clothes have no back covering.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: While Elly still holds fast to her faith, she cannot reconcile the heretical texts that the church has chosen to regard as canon, seeing it as a betrayal of Ilia's teachings and leading to a dark path. As such, she departs their ranks.
  • She's Got Legs: Her character art and her outfit nicely showcase her legs.
  • Support Party Member: Elisanne is regarded as one of the best party strength buffers in the game, thanks to her first skill, Brave Bastion, boosting the party's strength by a good 20% with a very short charge rate, as well as naturally having a passive skill that increases the duration of buffs.
  • Thinks Like a Romance Novel: When Mym comes to her for information about wedding ceremonies in Mym's first chapter, Elisanne goes into intricate detail of its ongoings despite claiming not knowing a lot on the subject. It helps that her hobbies include reading romance novels.
  • Tomboyish Ponytail: Wears a sidetail on her right side. Her Halloween version puts it on her left side.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: She's a serious, military-minded Paladyn, but she secretly loves stuffed animals and other "cute things".

Halloween Version's Tropes

  • Badass Cape: Has one that covers her back.
  • High-Pressure Emotion: In her first chapter, she goes red in the face and steam puffed when she couldn't go through with the practice seduction with the Prince.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: Dragalia Life #18 has her pretend to be this by pretending to be full vampire, sucking on a chocolate hand in front of Luca. He faints from shock.
  • Lap Pillow: Gives one to the Prince in her 3rd chapter.
  • Leotard of Power: Her costume, like her regular clothes, has no back.
  • Love Epiphany: Or more like she finally admits, but in the end of Chapter 5 of her Character Story, Elisanne compared the day she spent with Euden to a dream, thinking that if they would have been born in different stations or met in another way, she could have had done more with Euden, but she would not permit loving Euden due to the situation they are currently in, but it was still the best day of her life.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: Insists she's still wearing the costume purely because of its tactical advantages and not at all because she thinks it's cute, no siree.
  • Stocking Filler: Wears garter belts that hold up her stockings.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Wears stockings Grade A style held up by garter belts.

Wedding Version's Tropes

  • Bridal Carry: The prince gives her one after she both hurt her arm and leg.
  • Bridezilla: In "That Special Day Part 3," has her being too demanding of things being perfect that it makes her presentation not ready in time.
  • Career Versus Man: Her inner turmoil during her Adventurer Story is that being a Paladyn, she swore an oath to offer her heart and body to Ilia but since putting the dress on, her thoughts race towards marriage (specifically to the prince). In the end, it was the prince himself that encourage her that she could choose both.
  • Fairytale Wedding Dress: Wears one. It was given to her by a village who was forced by a cyclops fiend to offer up young women as a sacrifice. She wears it to be a Play-Along Prisoner to infiltrate his lair. In the end, the village gifted it to her and she keeps it.
  • Kicking Ass in All Her Finery: Just cause she's wearing an elegant wedding dress doesn't mean she's not capable of fighting against fiends, the Empire or dragons.

    Ranzal 
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Arc in the Storm
Seasoned Tactician 
Voiced by: Katsuyuki Konishi (Japanese), Richard Ian Cox (as Will Williams) (English)
Rarity: 4 (Regular), 5 (Gala)
Unit type: Defense (Regular), Attack (Gala)
Weapon type: Axe (Regular), Sword (Gala)
Element: Wind

A skilled mercenary whose sloppy appearance and careless tongue can make for a sour first impression.

In his Gala Version, Ranzal gets armored up as New Alberia's general.


Regular Version's Tropes

  • Back-to-Back Badasses: The "Together We Stand" Wyrmprint has him in this pose with Berserker.
  • Big Eater: He eats quite a lot at banquets.
  • The Big Guy: Large, uses an axe and loves to fight? He fits right in.
  • Boisterous Bruiser: Loud, jovial, hits VERY hard with his axe, and one of the friendliest people in Euden's circle.
  • Blue Blood: The Prince suspects that Ranzal was a noble once. Confirmed in Chapter 7 when it's revealed he's the son of Zacharias, the lord of St. Lotier.
  • Defeat Equals Friendship: He tests the Prince when he declares he wants to find a dragon, wanting to see if he's worthy of taming one or if he's a coward like his brother.
  • Dub Name Change: In Japan, he's called "Ranzarve."
  • Dumb Muscle: Subverted. Ranzal is an uneducated brute, but he's remarkably world-wise and has a talent for communication and is capable of being sensitive when the situation calls for it.
  • I Regret Nothing: He says this in Gala Mym's Chapter One when he's flung aside by her.
  • Mr. Exposition: He shows up in various adventurer's stories as someone that explains their story or reputation to the Prince and therefore, the player.
  • Only Sane Man: He's just as weird as anyone else in the cast, but as for why he gets this position? He's the only one to question the logic and sanity of the Prince for allowing an assassin, who loves what he does, to live in the Halidom and the antics of the others adventurers.
  • Persona Non Grata: Is no longer allowed in St. Lotier.
    Notte: Ranzal, just what kind of shenanigans did you pull here?
    Ranzal: Hey, it ain't my fault! I didn't do nothin' what any hot-blooded young guy ain't done once or twice. All I did was go on a little rampage and break some stuff. ...Er, includin' a couple'a buildings. Ha ha!
  • Rebel Prince: Ranzal had (and still has) no interest in ruling St. Lotier and apparently ceded the throne in such an aggressive fashion that he got banned from the city entirely. This winds up causing a lot of issues when the Prince tries to negotiate an alliance with Zacharias.
  • Really Royalty Reveal: He's revealed to be the son of St. Lotier's lord, Zacharias.
  • Real Men Eat Meat: He loves eating meat in a lot of character stories. In the six month anniversary picture, he can be seen holding two racks of meat by the bone.
  • Shipper on Deck: He invites Rodrigo to stay with them so that he can become closer to Cleo.
  • Too Dumb to Live: Played for laughs in Dragalia Life #98. During a mushroom gathering trip with Xainfried, he blindly bites into a mushroom that's poisonous.
  • Troll: Dragalia Life #29 has him trolling Hildegarde as the voice of her goddess by getting her to love Euden, right while Mym is in the same room as them.
  • Twinkle In The Sky: In Gala Mym's Chapter 1, he's sent flying into the sky when he objects to being their carriage steed.

Gala Version's Tropes

    Cleo 
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Belle Healer
Belle Bestower 
Voiced by: Yumi Uchiyama (Japanese), Siobhan Rebecca (English)
Rarity: 4 (Regular), 5 (Dragonyule)
Unit type: Healing (Regular), Support (Dragonyule)
Weapon type: Staff (Regular), Dagger (Dragonyule)
Element: Shadow (Regular), Water (Dragonyule)

An ancient Sylvan girl who had been protecting the Halidom castle for years alone.

Her Dragonyule Version has Cleo dressed up in a Saint Starfall (Santa) outfit. Obtainable from the Dragonyule Defenders Showcase gacha.


Regular Version's Tropes

  • Amnesiac Hero: She can't remember anything when the party meets her. Eventually, she manages to recall her old master, King Alberius.
  • Batman Gambit: The Castle Story, "The Showdown," has her pull one on Ezelith and Xander, using their egos to do her chores in the form of challenges.
  • Christmas Cake: She is surprisingly old by Sylvan standards, and dislikes the fact that Luca tried to call her Granny or Mama.
  • Clueless Dude Magnet: She has her share of admirers among the Adventurers, but they have trouble expressing their feelings and she misinterprets what hints they do drop. One Castle Story, “Once More, With Feeling,” involves Jakob and Rodrigo teaming up to impress her, only for her to take their gift as an apology for regularly causing messes (which were their previous attempts to woo her).
  • Dark Is Not Evil: She's the member of the main party who specializes in the Dark element.
  • Death Glare: When Cleo gets really mad, she makes a piercing gaze that frequently cows the offender into behaving.
  • Informed Attribute: Her, uh, being a Sylvan. Sylvans are distinguished from humans primarily by their rabbit-like ears, but Cleo's aren't visible normally and at a glance, it's difficult to tell she isn't human. Nonetheless, in-universe everyone is able, somehow, to tell she's Sylvan at a glance. It wasn't until six months after launch that the audience finally saw her ears when she took off her headgear in Dragalia Life #83.
  • Just Friends: When the Prince tells Estelle that Cleo and Elisanne are "Just Friends", Cleo has an interesting reaction.
  • Meido: Cleo dresses a lot like one and is the primary caretaker of the Halidom. As such, she is responsible for the majority of the housework in the castle and its residents.
  • Mega Twintails: She has huge twintails: they're larger than her waist and go about to bellow her hip.
  • Really 700 Years Old: She is actually in her 400s, and somehow has stopped aging even more than other Sylvans. Luca is astonished to find out her real age after thinking he was older than her.
  • Team Mom: She takes this role in running the Halidom and being in charge of the household chores. The narration even refers to her as "Mom" in the "Castle Stories" skit, “The Showdown,” when she manipulates two of the "kids" (Ezelith and Xander) into doing some of the housekeeping. That said, she objects if someone actually calls her as such.
  • Terrible Artist: She tried to make a portrait of her original master so she wouldn't forget him, but is so bad at drawing that he's not even recognizable as human.
  • White Mage: She's regularly called upon to heal people with her magic.

Dragonyule Version's Tropes

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    Luca 
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Woodland Archer
Voiced by: Shintaro Asanuma (Japanese), Will Weldon (English
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Bow
Element: Light

A Sylvan boy who gets the help of the party to save his village.


  • Bandage Mummy: During the whole of Chapter 2, he's bandaged up from his battle against the Waterwyrm Mercury, having his midriff, head and arm bandaged.
  • Bare Your Midriff: His belly shirt only covers about half his torso.
  • Big Brother Instinct:
    • He is constantly trying to protect his little sister, despite her being just as much of a competent warrior than him.
    • He winds up developing a bond with Wu Kong during the "Echoes of Antiquity" event due to some similarities they share, from their mischievous natures to feeling ostracized by their own people (although in Wu Kong's case, he's human among Qilin).
  • Big Eater: Almost to the same degree as Ranzal. Halidom residents will usually blame him alongside Ranzal whenever any food goes missing.
  • Book Dumb: Luca is almost always the first to tune out the moment anyone starts expositing or tries to engage him in some intellectual pursuit. But he's also quite a skilled Weekend Inventor, naturalist, and even amateur political thinker, and both Euden and Ranzal are willing to admit that he can be much Smarter Than He Looks.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: The "Kicking Back" wyrmprint shows that he knows all the best spots in the forest to find the best fruit. Sarisse says it's cause he's always looking for new places to slack off.
  • Butt-Monkey: Many of his pranks usually go horribly wrong for him in a hilarious way. This is quite evident in many Dragalia Life comics and several wyrmprints featuring him. Also highlighted further his first adventurer story where he tried to serve dinner with a pie filled with chuckleberries (a berry that forces people to laugh uncontrollably for a long time), only for Sarisse to intervene and force him to taste test his food.
  • Cultural Rebel: Likes to push against Sylvan elders and traditions, finding them out of touch and in denial of the world's realities.
  • Ear Ache: Played for laughs in chapter 2 of Fjorm's story when Cleo tugs on his ears to show that sylvans do have long, rabbit-like ears and aren’t part of a costume.
  • Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The older foolish to Sarisse's younger responsible.
  • Heroic Build: Played for laughs in Dragalia Life #14 when he comes back taller and with bulging muscles after a training session with Celleria to Euden's horror. It turns out it was all a nightmare Euden was having before the actual training.
  • Honor Before Reason: Does not hesitate to challenge a dragon to battle on his lonesome for the sake of his people, despite the enormous danger to himself and despite that he perhaps could have been more productive leading evacuation efforts or drawing off the enemy safely.
  • I Need to Go Iron My Dog: He does this in Chapter 1 on Fleur's story when Sarisse is just giving him a reason not to show Fleur his prank tools by saying he has to go check out Ranzal's new muscles.
  • My Species Doth Protest Too Much: Luca tends to push back against the rules and culture of his Sylvan village, viewing them as outdated and insular.
  • Out of Focus: While he's present throughout the main story, he's the only main character who doesn't appear in the stories of other Adventurers, since he joins the party after they gain the castle that allows them to access their stories. He does appear in Halloween Elisanne's and Halloween Edward's stories. In fact, it gets lampshaded during the Valentine's Confections about why he wasn't invited to a party.
  • The Prankster: He's such a notorious prankster that his sister immediately knows what's going on when he tries to serve a pie full of berries that force laughter.
  • Shut Up, Hannibal!: He has this reaction to Father Nikolai in Chapter 4 of Alex's story.
    “Old man? You got three seconds to shut your yapper before we do it instead.”
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Apples.

    Sarisse 
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The Crimson Star
Voiced by: Ayaka Asai (Japanese), Molly James Hall (English)
Rarity: 5 (Gala)
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Bow

Luca's younger sister who makes sure her older brother doesn't do anything stupid while under the employ of the Prince.


"RIGHT?! I'm personally hoping they'll start fighting and rolling on the ground and pulling each other's hair or whatever. That would be the BEST."
  • Then she gets disappointed when the three of them show up together after having made up.
"...Huh? Why are they holding hands? WHERE'S MY HAIR PULLING?!"
  • Purposely Overpowered: She's the first Gala Dragalia adventurer featured, and has a ridiculously overloaded kit as well as the first adventurer to have 100% resistance against two Standard Status Effects.
  • Promoted to Playable: After so many months of being an NPC in the story, she finally gets to be a playable character.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The more brash and hot-headed red to the kind-hearted and soft-spoken Melsa's blue during the "Kindness and Captivity" event.

    Alex 
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Shadow Assassin
Voiced by: Ayaka Suwa (Japanese), Olivia Howard (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Dagger
Element: Shadow
A former assassin of the Ilian Church.
  • The Atoner: Is this for the many time she killed in the name of the Ilian Church. Her adventurer story shows her progress.
  • Dub Name Change: From Shannon in the Japanese version to Alex in the English version.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: She was the assassin who had tried to kill Elisanne at the start of the game. It's not until Chapter 8 that she's finally recruited.
  • Friend to All Children: Has a fondness for orphans and goes out of her way to help them.
  • Forced into Evil: She was gaslit into becoming an assassin by Father Nikolai, who convinced her that she was a hopeless sinner after accidentally killing a man in self-defense and that her only path to salvation was to assassinate heretics.
  • Gender-Blender Name: Both of her Japanese and English versions names are gender neutral.
  • Heel–Face Turn: She is persuaded by Elisanne and Euden to abandon her extremist goal of enforcing Ilian doctrine and join them at the Halidom.
  • In Love with the Mark: As stated in her profile, she would have had a lot less trouble killing Elisanne if pesky feeling hadn't gotten in the way.
    Alex: My thoughts race when they turn to Elisanne...Why is that?
  • In the Hood: She wears a hood over her head.
  • Kick Them While They're Down: Her Silent Reaper skill does decent damage on targets, but does much more damage on Broken enemies.
  • Mama Bear: Chapter 3 of her story has her beating up bandits as well as the master of the orphanage who was selling children to the Church to be trained as assassins.
  • Samus Is a Girl: In the Japanese version, Euden didn't know Alex was a girl until he helped her on his shoulder when she was hurt by Mars's attack.
  • Street Urchin: She was one before Elisanne brought her under the protection of the Ilian Church.

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Greatwyrms

    In General 
  • Bonus Boss: The High Greatwyrm fights are this requiring not only plenty of coordination, but a team with high level and fully unbound weapons, dragons, wyrmprints and be able to counter their elements as well as No-Sell their debuffs.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: Euden is required to defeat them in order to prove that he is worthy of their loyalty and power.
  • Leitmotif: Greatwyrm Showdown, which plays during their boss battles.
  • Living Legend: All five Greatwyrms have fought alongside Alberius the Founder during the Second War of Sealing.
  • Unblockable Attack: Each Advanced Dragon battle starts with a map encompassing blast that reduces the party's health to crtical levels or outright kill someone if they're not prepared.
  • Undying Loyalty: Towards their former master Alberius, and later on his descendant Euden.

    Brunhilda/Mym 
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Crimson Sweetheart
Crimson Companion 
Mym 

Voiced by: Aya Endo (Japanese), Kelly Sheridan (as Kelly Marie) (English)
Rarity: 4
High Brunhilda Rarity: 5
Favorite Gift: Floral Circlet (both)

One of the Six Greatwyrms, the Flamewyrm. Has the ability to shift into a human form, where she goes by "Mym".


As Brunhilda

  • Affectionate Nickname: After forming a pact with the Prince, Mym frequently calls him "darling".
  • All Just a Dream: The last portion of the "The Bridal Dragon" wyrmprint story shows that her wedding to Euden was a dream she was having.
  • Book Dumb: As demonstrated in the "Hitting the Books" wymprint, Brunhilda is not exactly what one would call literate.
    "Okay, Brunhilda. You can do this. I mean, you're an eternal DRAGON—-how hard can it be to read some stupid human books? Now just calm down and look at... Um... Aaargh! I don't understand ANY of this!"
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: When Brunhilda realizes the Prince had already made pacts with other dragons, she bemuses the fact that she can't have him all to herself. She still pursues him romantically anyway despite the "dragon harem" he has as she calls it.
  • Elemental Absorption: She can absorb fire to increase her power. This comes in handy when fighting the fire dragon Mars, as the sheer amount of fire he produces allows her to briefly access her High Greatwyrm form and still have enough power leftover to create a Fire Dracolith.
  • Fairytale Wedding Dress: She wears this in the "The Bridal Dragon" wyrmprint.
  • Kill It with Fire: Her breath attacks can give out Burn.
  • Interspecies Friendship: Her earliest memory was a friendship with a red-winged butterfly.
  • Interspecies Romance: Since she sees a pact to be akin to marriage, she wants this to be true so badly. However, while the Prince kind of picks up on it, he doesn't seem to really notice how deep it goes.
  • Little Bit Beastly: As "Mym", she keeps her horns, tail and has Cute Little Fangs, despite looking mostly human.
  • Mayfly–December Romance: Discussed in the "A Waltz with Fate" event. She's so clingy and ready to declare her love for the Prince at every opportunity because she's aware that his lifespan is very short compared to hers, and wants to spend every moment she has with him happily.
  • The Power of Love: This is how she's able to transform into her High Brunhilda form.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: Inverted in her High Brunhilda form. She's definitely on your side.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: She's quite the jealous red next to Prometheus's blue.
  • Single Woman Seeks Good Man: While not outright stated, there are hints that the Prince's kindness and willingness to save her plays a part in her love for him.
  • Shipper on Deck: In "A Waltz with Fate," she can clearly tell Phantom loves Felicia and is pushing him to stay and realize his love for her.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: After forming a pact with the Prince, she turns into a human-looking woman, calling herself "Mym", after one of Alberius's human companions.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: She's vulnerable to Freeze attacks in her boss fight, allowing a team of people who can freeze her have an easy victory.

Gala Mym

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Lovestruck Dragon
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Lance
Element: Flame

  • Battle Couple: She and Euden can be this if paired up in the same party.
  • Imagine Spot: Her Adventurer Stories feature her ridiculously over-the-top fantasies of wedded life with the Prince; such as the wedding, the honeymoon, domestic bliss, the affair, and having kids.
  • Lethal Chef: Her screen quotes have her express interest in cooking to win over the Prince Through His Stomach. However, Chapter 3 of her Adventurer Story has her come up with recipes that are on par with Mythra's level in using "creative" but questionable ingredients. To be fair, her tastes as a dragon would likely be different than that of a human's.
  • Mechanically Unusual Fighter: Mym is unique in that she can't transform into other dragons, since she's already a dragon herself. Instead, she transforms into Brunhilda the first time, then High Brunhilda for the rest of the quest.
  • Promoted to Playable: Mym went from a supporting character to a playable Adventurer.
  • Tail Slap: Played for laughs in Dragalia Life #106 has her do this to show she has Euden's back by casually swatting fiends aside making Luca wonder why she even has a lance.

    Jupiter 
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Capricious Scamp
Voiced by: Minami Takayama (Japanese), Sabrina Pitre (English)
Rarity: 4
Favorite Gift: Kaleidoscope

One of the Six Greatwyrms, the Lightwyrm.


  • A Day in the Limelight: Chapter 9 has him join Euden and his friends to Chanzelia, stating that he had been meaning to stretch his wings and take in some of the light mana in the desert they traversed through to get to Chelle. He later plays an important part in seeing through Chelle's charades and motives.
  • The Corrupter:
    • Jupiter made the once kind prince Dane into a power-hungry tyrant by telling him to "Conquer this land", and later tries to get Euden into committing familicide by smiting his brother Emile in exchange for his pact which is pretty cruel even if it is supposed to be a test.
    • Tries to tempt Euden again with the prospect of riches in Dragalia Life #80 by suggesting that Althemia would love fat stacks of rupies when the prince is trying to find the perfect return gift for her. Euden wouldn't have any of that and shuts Jupiter up by forcing some Juicy Meat up the dragon's beak.
  • Immortal Immaturity: Jupiter is rather childish for a long-lived dragon. Mym even called him a brat because of this.
  • It Amused Me: Jupiter's modus operandi.
  • Lack of Empathy: After being told about Dane's exploits and that he was killed instead of showing any sympathy for all the people Dane killed or mourning over Dane himself he instead laughs and wonders if Dane was happy! While most dragons are aloof from humanity Jupiter's attitude sets him apart.
  • Light Is Not Good: Jupiter isn't exactly evil, but he's easily the least benevolent of the Greatwyrms, as he takes delight in corrupting people and causing mayhem.
  • Meaningful Name: He is named after the Roman equivalent of Zeus. It's not too surprising, given the Lightwyrm's powers.
  • The Paralyzer: His attacks can give out paralysis.
  • Secret Test of Character: He puts one of these to the Prince and Emile by having them fight each other to the death over who gets to make a pact with him. The Prince passes by refusing to kill his brother and saying he'll fight any dragon who goes to the way of evil.
  • Shock and Awe: Jupiter's light-based powers manifest as thunder and lightning.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: He tells a Prince named Dane that in order to see the heavens again after he takes him up there, he has to go "Conquer this land". This fills Dane with an insatiable desire for power that sees him kill and overthrow his father, and start a brutal war.

    Mercury 
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Aquatic Guardian
Compassionate Soul 
Voiced by: Kikuko Inoue (Japanese), Ava Lindstrom (English)
Rarity: 4
High Mercury Rarity: 5
Favorite Gift: Mana Essence

One of the Six Greatwyrms, the Waterwyrm.


  • Damage-Sponge Boss: As a High Greatwyrm boss, she has way more HP than the others, and her attacks don't quite pack as much punch. The challenge is less about avoiding numerous one-hit KO attacks and more about actually defeating her before time's up.
  • Heel–Face Turn: She starts out as Emile's dragon until he makes it clear he only sees her as just a tool and not as a partner, and doesn't care about protecting the ocean. She switches sides to the Prince once she realizes what a scumbag he is.
  • Only in It for the Money: Inverted. She forged a pact with Emile, a Royal Brat, because he promised to use his riches to protect her ocean. Once he makes clear he never intended to keep that promise, she breaks the pact.
  • The Promise: Made one long ago with the prince in-charge of Saint Lotier. He would turn into a fish to protect the ocean if she would protect his people. The prince drank a potion and permanently turned into a fish and Mercury obliged by turning her fins to legs.
  • Stellar Name: She is named for the planet Mercury which in Chinese astrology represents water.
  • Stone Wall: Compared to the other High Greatwyrms, High Mercury's opening attack is fairly weak, to the point where melee adventurers can survive it without her associated wyrmprint. On the other hand, High Mercury has about twice the HP of High Brunhilda, meaning you'll need to dole out a lot of damage to beat her before time runs out.

    Midgardsormr 
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Stormbound Ally
Conductor of Storms 
Voiced by: Kōichi Yamadera (Japanese), Jeremy George (English)
Rarity: 4
High Midgardsormr Rarity: 5
Favorite Gift: Compelling Book

One of the Six Greatwyrms, the Windwyrm.


  • Boss Banter: He does this in his High Midgardsormr fight as cues to his attacks.
  • Blow You Away: Does this occasionally to Amane in her adventurer story.
  • I Am Not Left-Handed: After the player overcomes his master-level trial, he reveals his true power and challenges the player as High Midgardsormr. If the player can defeat him even at his full power, the player will earn the ability to shapeshift into High Midgardsormr.
  • Humans Are Special: He adopted this mindset after meeting and befriending Alberius, enjoying how their mortality allows them to leave a different kind of impact in the world compared to dragons.
  • Religious and Mythological Theme Naming: Is named for The World Serpent.
  • Spin Attack: He uses this as part of his attacks, especially in his High Midgardsormr battle.
  • Troll: In Amane's adventurer story. When she asks about his weaknesses to try and eradicate all dragonkind, he tells her his weakness is to essentially pamper him, such as by fetching him food or shining his scales.
  • Weather Manipulation: Has the capability to generate storms.

    Zodiark 
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Accursed Vessel
Voiced by: Norio Wakamoto (Japanese), Brian Davidson (English)
Rarity: 4
Favorite Gift: Juicy Meat

One of the Six Greatwyrms, the Shadowwyrm.


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