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    Ilia 
The woman who fought the first war against Morsayati, leading to the rise of the Ilian Church in her name.

  • Messianic Archetype: Is viewed as this by her worshippers for beating back the demons and creating the pacts between dragons and humans that are vital to society.
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    Elysium 

    Alberius 
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The Founder
The Founder of the Kingdom of Alberia and birther of the royal bloodline that gave rise to Euden and his family. He waged the Second War of Binding against the demon Morsayati, alongside the Six Greatwyrms.
  • All for Nothing: Tragically, this is what ultimately becomes of his use of the Blood Casket ritual and subsequent Fate Worse than Death below. As not only has Morsayati used this ritual to possess not just Aurelius, but eventually the Auspex Zethia, who are Alberius' descendants, granting Morsayati a new body. Not to mention Morsayati eventually returned to reclaim his core and didn't even have to raise a finger to do so, letting the Prince and his group do his dirty work then stealing back his core once he was weakened enough. Thus everything Alberius did to stop the Other for good was rendered pointless.
  • Blood Magic: Not much is known as to how Alberius defeated Morsayati beyond that the ritual was called the Blood Casket. It turns out that he sealed Morsayati's soul inside his own blood—and his resulting bloodline.
  • Fate Worse than Death: What ultimately becomes of him, as taking in Morsayati's core while in Cthonius's form caused his body to mutate into a painful and monstrous form, and he had to endure this horrifying existence for well over 300 years. By the time you meet him, he's outright begging you to put him out of his misery.
  • Founder of the Kingdom: It's even his primary epithet.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Once you defeat his mutated form, the Other manages to reabsorb his core from him. Not wanting the Other to kill his descendant with his regained power, he uses up what little energy he has left to save the group by teleporting them out of that situation, much to his former attendant Cleo's grief.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: A requirement in order to activate the Blood Casket, and on his own enchanted sword no less.
  • Lamarck Was Right: All of Alberius's descendants have inherited the dragonblood he was gifted with by the greatwyrms. They also all inherited the remnants of Morsayati's soul sealed within it.
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy: He's got long hair and is very Bishōnen.
  • The Magnificent: Known as Alberius the Founder.
  • One-Man Army: As documented in the Battle of Barnicia Plain.
  • Posthumous Character: Most of what's learned about Alberius is through Cleo's recollections. It turns out that, technically speaking, he isn't actually dead, though he certainly wishes he were.
  • Magic Knight: Was evidentially just as good with magic as he was with a blade, if not moreso.
  • The Lost Lenore: Serves as this to Cleo. She does not take having to kill him herself very well.
  • Touched by Vorlons: Alberius's pacts with the six greatwyrms, eventually transformed him into something far beyond human, with Morsayati even asserting that he had more in common with him than any actual human. Just how far that power went is unknown, but it apparently goes as far as being able to posthumously resurrect Chthonius so he could join Euden in his ongoing war.
  • Sealed Inside a Person-Shaped Can: Done twice. The first time was to seal the demon Morsayati via the Blood Casket spell, which would bind the entity into his bloodline, hoping to stretch his existence so thin enough through his own descendants that Morsayati would eventually cease to exist. The second attempt was done to keep Morsayati's core in check via turning into Chthonius and sucking the core in. Unfortunately this leads into the above example.

    Leif 
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Royal Knight Captain
The leader of the White Sparrow Knights. Has acted as The Mentor to all of Aurelius's heirs.
  • The Confidant: Euden considers him one of his most trusted friends.
  • Knight in Shining Armor: And how, especially compared to Smug Snake Harle. He is not thrilled with the kingdom's sudden change into an empire, by any means.
  • Lethal Chef: In the Dragalia Life comic shorts, his horrible cooking is often highlighted.
  • Meaningful Name: His nickname "The White Sparrow" symbolizes his nature as The Mentor - as he himself states, he is no dragonblood, but he can still fly ahead and show his students the way.
  • The Mentor: He has mentored all seven of Aurelius's heirs, seeking out their strengths and honing them as best as he can. He has succeeded to varying degrees, but we know Euden looks up to him as a respected friend and teacher. Considering how capable most of them are (and even Emile has at least one respectable trait), that speaks well of how good a mentor he is.

    Nina 
A shopkeeper whom the Halidom often buys from.

    Rolf 
Laranoa's canine hunting partner.
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    Wu Wei 

    Xu Fu 
A Qilin who with Peng Lai the dragon founded the town of Peng Lai
  • No Historical Figures Were Harmed: Is named for the historic Xu Fu who went on a voyage to find the elixir of immortality for the first emperor of China Qin Shi Huang but instead landed in ancient Japan and named what is now known as Mount Fuji as Mount Penglai, the mountain of the Eight Immortals.

    Fa Ming 
Xuan Zang's teacher.

    Zacharias 
The ruler of Saint Lotier. He's also Ranzal's father.

    Lathna 
A girl from Hethiwood, a village affected by a curse during "Accursed Archives".
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    Wu Kong 
Xuan Zang's student.

     Lazry 
A Rokka blacksmith and rival of the Blacksmith Sisters.
  • Horned Humanoid: She has horns on her head like all Rokka do.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: She may look small, but she's able to lift a giant sword Ranzal can barely even lift off the ground one-handed. She also holds her blacksmith hammer the same way, and it's just as heavy.
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