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    Alain 
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Captain Craven
Voiced by: Soma Saito (Japanese), Brian Doe (as Brian Joseph Benedict) (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Defense
Weapon type: Lance
Debut: Launch

A knight who is dedicated to running away from any battle, as he always believes that to be the best course of action.


  • The Cameo: Appears in Kirsty's Adventurer Story.
  • Critical Status Buff: His Chain Co-ability gives him and other Flame allies gain strength when their health goes low.
  • Famed in Story: He is well known for many losses in battles due to how quickly he would withdraw from them.
  • Kill It with Fire: His Mana Spiral nodes for his skills lets him inflict burn.
  • Lovable Coward: He retreats even before the first sign of danger, but is so honest and professional about it that it's hard to hold it against him.
  • Reused Character Design: His design is based on the Male Temple Knight from Knights of Glory.
  • Super Speed: Played for laughs in Dragalia Life #245 when he takes up speed skating from Orsem... as a means to learn how to retreat faster. He's able to skate at 50 MPH.
  • Tactical Withdrawal: His specialization is about retreating, and it even gets into his lines in combat. It gets used in Chapter 5 of Kirsty's story in helping her and Joachim escape the burning forest.
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    Aoi 
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Impassioned Ninja
Ninja Bride 
Voiced by: Reina Ueda (Japanese), Kelly Davidson (English)
Alternate Element: Wind [Wedding]
Rarity: 3 [Regular], 5 [Wedding]
Unit type: Attack [Regular], Support [Wedding]
Weapon type: Blade [Regular], Dagger [Wedding]
Debut: Launch [Regular], Wedding Belles [Wedding]

A Ninja who sought a new master after her previous one passed on.

Wanting to be more helpful for the Prince, she takes up the skills of a ninja bride.


Regular
  • All of the Other Reindeer: Her clan thinks she's a weirdo.
  • The Cameo:
    • Makes one in Renee's Adventurer Story when the latter goes to her to learn about ninjas to get experience so that she can be a great blacksmith. After seeing the great potential that Renee had to be a ninja, Aoi often follows her stealthily to ask her to be one.
    • She appears in Yurius' Adventurer story.
  • The Ditz: Aoi is not exactly very smart and speaks more like a valley girl than a ninja. Though as she remains a highly competent ninja, it skews more towards Bunny-Ears Lawyer eventually.
  • Emotions vs. Stoicism: Aoi is very self-conscious about her ditzy excitability. As she sees it, ninjas are tools, and tools aren't supposed to have feelings because then they might get their master killed by showing his assassin-to-be mercy, just like she did.
  • Failure Knight: Bluntly explains to Euden the Prince right from the outset that she intends to serve him in order to make up for her failure to protect her former lord.
  • Heroic Self-Deprecation: Extremely self-flagellating and often beats herself up over not being properly ninja-like, sometimes physically.
  • Instant Messenger Pigeon: She has one that she uses. In addition, this is how she initially attempted to contact the Prince.
  • Kill It with Fire: Her Mana Spiral nodes for her skill lets her inflict burn.
  • Ninja: Her profession. She also could blend in with her surroundings, though that doesn't affect gameplay.
  • Self-Harm: Euden the Prince is horrified to discover that she often "punishes" herself with physical injury whenever she doesn't quite live up to her expectations of what a ninja should be.
  • Stealth Expert: She is very good at stealth being a ninja. She often does Stealth Hi/Bye to the prince. She is so good that, in the fifth part of her story, she surprised both the prince and his assailant from her hiding spot. Where was she hiding? On the back of the Prince.
    Euden the Prince: That... doesn't seem possible.
  • You Are Number 6:
    • Discussed in part 2 of her story, and defied. Aoi mentions that this is how her fellow ninja would name their pigeons (for example, "Pigeon 1"), yet she refuses to use such a convention; instead, she names her Snow, which means "smile" in her clan's language.
    • In part 3, she names the pigeon that the prince and his party saved Ashe, which means "hope".

Wedding

  • Clothes Make the Superman: Her rationale for wearing a wedding kimono is that she'll be able to weaponize the Power of Love by wearing its ultimate symbol.
  • Gone Horribly Right: "That Special Day Part 3" reveals her entry for the wedding is too unique, being all ninjutsu from tip to tail. Far as she's concerned, it looks more like she's hosting a ninja tournament.
  • Highly Visible Ninja: White isn't exactly something a ninja would wear to be invisible. She lampshades this in several of her home screen dialogue lines.
    Aoi: Still not used to sneaking around in white...
  • Kicking Ass in All Her Finery: She's even more deadly in an elaborate wedding kimono than she is out of it.
  • Parasol of Prettiness: She carries one in her character portrait. It becomes a Parasol of Pain for her skill.
  • Shadow Pin: She does this in Dragalia Life #116 to Luca by tossing kunai at his shadow, pinning him down so she can try to explain she's not actually getting married.

    Aurien 
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Elegant Gambler
Voiced by: Show Hayami (Japanese), Vincent Tong (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Healing
Weapon type: Staff
Debut: Launch

A gambler who can skillfully manipulate (cheat/con) fortune.


  • Blue Blood: He was born to an old aristocratic house, around seven generations ago. Later known, his father also was a noble and owned a business empire which eventually crumbled into debt.
  • The Cameo: Appears in Eugene's Adventurer Story.
  • Combat Medic: He is a healer with an attack skill.
  • The Gambler: Plays this trope straight except for using them as weapons.
  • Kill It with Fire: His second skill "Red Hot Jackpot" gets the power to burn when the node is unlocked in his Mana Spiral.
  • Losing Is Worse Than Death: Aurien refuses to lose and uses any method in order to avoid this.
    Aurien: When you face down the greatest gamble of your life, you mustn't lose. You cannot. I'm not about to get picky about the means.
  • Professional Gambler: His encounter story has him playing dice with Ranzal, who loses until Euden takes over. Aurien started gambling in order to escape debt.
    Aurien: Aurien is the name. I'm a traveling gambler of sorts.

    Chelsea 
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Obvious Admirer
Voiced by: Misato Fukuen (Japanese), Becky Hachey (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Bow
Debut: Madcap Misfits

Luca's admirer (stalker).


  • Affectionate Nickname: For Luca, it's "Luccy" in English and "Luka-kun" in Japanese.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: Luca realizes pretty quickly that she's seriously mentally ill, which is why he's afraid to flatly turn her down after the first botched attempt.
  • Bandage Babe: Her head and her upper right thigh have bits of bandages wrapped here and there.
  • Cast From Hitpoints: Her second skill, Bruiser Bliss, turns all her attacks into this while it's active. Luckily, it also turns Love's Liberation into a Life Drain attack so the player can hopefully stay in the range of her Critical Status Buff rather than wind up dead.
  • Child of Two Worlds: Chelsea is the daughter of two Sylvans who decided to integrate into human society and open an apothecary there. Humans didn't like that, so they burned the apothecary to the ground, killing Chelsea's parents in the fire. What's more, her original village branded her family as race traitors and shunned her when she came back.
  • Covert Pervert: Her lines on the home screen reveal that she's made her own Luca body pillow and is prone to Nosebleed-inducing fantasies.
  • Critical Status Buff:
    • Chelsea's strength and attack rate increases when she's below 30% HP.
    • Her Chain Co-ability gives her and her Flame allies shields when their health goes low.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: As shown in Child of Two Worlds above, Chelsea did NOT have a happy life.
  • Forgotten First Meeting: Chelsea has a breakdown when she realizes that Luca doesn't remember their first meeting.
  • Glass Cannon: Chelsea's skillset is based almost entirely around brinkmanship, casting from hitpoints and sacrificing likely survivability for huge damage bonuses.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Has part of her hairstyle like this.
  • Love at First Sight: She's this to Luca, until it starts to border on obsessively creepy. However, it turns out this wasn't their first meeting, and that the reason she's obsessed with him is that he was the first person to have sympathized with her being a Child of Two Worlds.
  • Master of Unlocking: She chalks it up to The Power of Love.
  • Not Good with Rejection: When Luca first tries to explain to her that he didn't actually propose to her, she absolutely loses it.
    "Maybe I'll just burn the whole thing down. Start all over. What's the point of a world where my Luccy hates me? Burn it down. Burn it down, burn it DOWN. BURN IT DOWN BURN IT DOWN BURN IT DOWNBURNITDOWNBURNITDOWNBURNITDOWN."
  • Nosebleed: If you have the Home screen set to 2D and Chelsea is your character, clicking on her will have her sometimes say this.
    "Whenever I look at my Luccy my heart skips a beat... or ten. I even get nosebleeds. So much blood, ha ha!"
  • The Nose Knows: Chapter 2 of her story has her sniffing out Luca who's trying to hide from her. Just as he thinks he gave her the slip, she's right behind him. She also has this quote if you click on her in her collection portrait.
    "I can always find my beloved just by following his smell. Tee hee!"
  • No Sense of Personal Space: Chapter 1 opens with her coming into Luca's room while he's sleeping. She also follows him into the bath to his chagrin.
  • Odango Hair: She has part of her hairstyle like this.
  • The Power of Love: While a lot of her quotes in battle are about how she's fueled by the power of love, especially for her Luccy, Chapter 3 shows it off when she breaks out of a Lowlife's grip and proceeds to beat each of them up to save her future husband. The Castle Story "Til Death" shows even being struck dead by lightning won't stop her from being with him since she'll threaten to stab the specter of death.
  • Stalker with a Crush: Chapter 1 of her story starts with her staring at him while he sleeps until he wakes up and has to lock her out of his room, to start.
  • Tears of Joy: She lets these out in Chapter 5 of her story as she finds humans and Sylvans getting along together compared to when she and her family were driven out of both sides.
  • Textile Work Is Feminine: She is good at sewing. She made dolls of her deceased parents and clothing for her and Luca's future children.
  • Too Spicy for Yog-Sothoth: The Castle Story "Til Death" has her literally die from getting struck by lightning. As a specter of death comes for her soul, she outright tells it to get lost so she can bring lunch to her Luccy, and it backs off.
  • Yandere: She's this for Luca, threatening to burn down the Halidom when he says they're not getting married.
  • You Are Not Alone: Luca shows in her Adventurer Story that he is not the only one that understands her and her parents' dream of Sylvans cohabiting with humans.

    Chrom 
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Prince of Ylisse
Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita (Japanese), Matthew Mercer (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Sword
Debut: Fire Emblem: Kindred Ties (Part 1)
An exalt of Ylisse, who has appeared in order to fight the fate facing this realm.
  • Awesome, but Impractical: Awakening Aether is an incredibly damaging skill, with a massive scaling of over 6000%, but it takes a while to build up stacks for it, his first skill to build up stacks is overall on the weak side, and its range is rather short, which means missing is very crippling.
  • Downer Ending: His Adventurer Story ends with Thorr casually destroying the world he was in, killing everyone including Zethia, with Chrom as the Sole Survivor. He then travels back to the present time in an attempt to stop the future events from happening again.
  • Gathering Steam: His skillset revolves around his second skill, Aether. While it's usually an average damaging skill, by gathering three Flames of Awakening stacks with his first skill, Exalted Sword, maxing out his skill reservoir, and possessing the Rightful King passive, it becomes Awakening Aether, which has a much higher damage modifier.
  • Guest Fighter: He's one for Fire Emblem, specifically Fire Emblem Awakening.
  • Heroic Lineage: He's a centuries long descendant of Marth.
  • Lethal Chef: One of his Home Screen quotes brings up that he's never been good with cooking.
    "I'm useless as a chef. Even among my family, my cooking's reputation is less than stellar."
  • Mythology Gag: Chrom was trapped in a Bad Future caused a destructive being, and had to travel back in time to avert the calamity. That also sums up what his daughter Lucina has done in his home game. He lampshades this at the end of his debut event.
  • Secret A.I. Moves: Has several skillsnote  he can use as a boss, but not as a playable adventurer.
  • Situational Damage Attack: Aether is quite situational; if Chrom gets three stacks of Flames of Awakening and a filled skill reservoir, it becomes the much more damaging Awakening Aether.

    Emma 
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Encouraging Cheerleader
Voiced by: Aoi Yuki (Japanese), Rachel McFly (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Lance
Debut: Knights of Glory

A knight from Apollonia who enthusiastically gives her support.


  • Catchphrase: In the Japanese dub in her story, hers is "GANBARE! GANBARE!"
  • The Cameo: Appears in Forte's Adventurer Story.
  • Clap Your Hands If You Believe: Her cheer power is what allows everyone to overcome any challenges whether it's fighting against fiends or eating veggies.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: She shows up in the "Flower in the Fray" with Lea since the game's launch.
  • In the Hood: Wears a hood that curiously has cat ears.
  • Pom-Pom Girl: Uses pom-poms to cheer and in her skill.
  • The Pollyanna: Chapter 2 of her story shows she's helped not just the Halidom, but the area around it becomes much livelier by her cheeriness.
  • Support Party Member: Both of her skills are teamwide buffs, and one of her passives increases the duration of her buffs, placing her squarely in the support role.
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    Ezelith 
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Genius of the Century
Stunning Sweetheart 

Voiced by: Kana Ueda (Japanese), Sabrina Pitre (English)
Rarity: 5 [Regular], 4 [Valentine's]
Unit type: Support [both]
Weapon type: Dagger [Regular], Bow [Valentine's]
Debut: Launch [Regular], Ardent Admirers [Valentine's]

A magician girl who considers herself a great genius.

For Valentine's she dresses up a bit.


Regular

Valentine's

    Joe 
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Fire's Fletcher
Voiced by: Yuuichi Nakamura (Japanese), Eddie Dean (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Bow
Debut: Launch

A cowboy mercenary who takes on jobs due to the thrill it gives him.


  • Cowboy: He is basically a cowboy bowman.
  • Blue-and-Orange Morality: He operates based on his desire for thrills and his honor as a mercenary, which puzzles the Prince and other main characters. Elisanne wonders how he could kill the man he fell in love with, but he answers that this is simply how things go, since both agreed to a duel to the death a year before they even had feelings for each other.
  • Kill It with Fire: His skills and abilities revolve around inflicting burn. His Chain Co-Ability increases those chance up to 40%.
  • Not So Stoic: Seemingly implacable and unfazed by anything life throws at him... until Euden nearly gets himself killed.
  • Thrill Seeker: He basically only feels anything when he is risking his life, which is why he goes out of his way to enter perilous situations.

    Karl 
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Hero of Justice
Voiced by: KENN (Japanese), Brian Drummond (as Brian Davidson) (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Sword
Debut: Launch

A man who fights for justice but often causes more trouble.


  • Black-and-White Morality: Karl's sense of justice is very rudimentary, and he has great difficulty processing situations more complicated than "help innocent people" and "punish bad guys."
  • Buffy Speak: Often uses the word justice in ways it was never intended.
    Karl: Let's get justice...ing!
  • For Great Justice: Most of his lines have Karl talk about justice.
  • Hero with an F in Good: Karl is pretty bad at the whole justice thing, accidentally committing more crimes than he rectifies.
  • Hot-Blooded: To the point that Elisanne isn't quite sure if he wants to join them or if he's trying to get them to commit arson with him.
    Karl: The flames of justice burn brightly in you. I must join my flame to yours and stoke it into a raging JUSTICE INFERNO!
  • Impact Silhouette: In his character portrait, the door he burst out of has a Karl-shaped hole.
  • Large Ham: Dubs himself as "The Karlsplosion".
  • Lawful Stupid: Karl's short-sighted passion for justice winds up getting Karl labeled as a public nuisance rather than a hero.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Karl never assesses a situation before leaping in to deliver justice, which usually ends in him attacking the wrong people. In the "Terrible Trio" story, he shares this same sentiment with Berserker, though the latter is more, well, The Berserker.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: Played more for laughs in Dragalia Life #42 when he delivers “silent justice” by being quiet and brooding to the point it creeps everybody out.
  • ¡Three Amigos!: He happens to be in one of these with Berserker and Aeleen. Of course, even he has an Oh, Crap! moment when Aeleen's wild side gets unleashed.

    Lea 
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Sublime Swordsman
Voiced by: Marina Inoue (Japanese), Uncredited (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Sword
Debut: Knights of Glory

An Alberian knight who is dedicated to hunting fiends.


  • The Cameo: appears in Forte’s adventurer stories.
  • Counter-Attack: "Floral Revolution" deals extra damage based on how much she took while charging the skill up.
  • Dartboard of Hate: Her version of this is shown in Dragalia Life #150 when Ranzal and Orion ask what her training for fiendslaying is. It involves taking a straw doll and a nail, smashing the nail in with Unstoppable Rage and then takes it out on any unlucky fiends that get in her way.
  • Disappeared Dad: Her father died killing the powerful Ebon Fiend.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Featured in the "Flower in the Fray" wyrmprint.
  • Expy: Of Saber from Fate/EXTRA due to the hairstyle, red dress and flaming sword.
  • Kill It with Fire: Road to Glory adds on Burn to her enemies.

    Marth 
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Altean Prince
Voiced by: Hikaru Midorikawa (Japanese), Yuri Lowenthal (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Sword
Debut: Fire Emblem: Lost Heroes

A prince hailing from the kingdom of Altea in another world, who found himself sent to Alberia by one of his enemies.

For tropes pertaining to his original appearance in Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, see this page.


  • Critical Status Buff: His first ability "Last Boost" instantly fills the entire party's skill gauges to full when Marth is brought to 30% HP. His Mana Spiral buffs it to be able to trigger twice in one quest.
  • Guest Fighter: From Fire Emblem.
  • Gradual Regeneration: Flickering Flames gives him healing-over-time for a brief period.
  • Kill It with Fire: His Mana Spiral upgrades Flickering Flames to inflict Burn, and upgrades Fire Emblem to deal extra damage to burned enemies.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Marth is quite fast, and he hits incredibly hard with both of his skills, his second skill, in particular, making him and his team attack even faster when he uses it a third time, and also sports great survivability thanks to his first skill granting him an HP regeneration buff.
  • Not So Different: His Adventurer Story constantly highlights how he and the prince are similar.
  • Stop Poking Me!: He has one of these lines if you touch him in the Halidom screen.
    "If you would be so kind as to...refrain from patting me on the head..."
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    Marty 
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Top Ruin Explorer
Voiced by: Makoto Furukawa (Japanese), Daniel Doheny (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Defense
Weapon type: Sword
Debut: Circus of Dreams

A treasure hunter who seeks to explore the lost tombs of the world.


  • Disappeared Dad: His father was a treasure hunter and curator of the museum just like him until he disappeared during an expedition, most likely having died to a trap.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: Even though he has goggles on his head, he's not seen using them for protection.
  • It Belongs in a Museum: His primary motivation for finding treasures is to share them with the rest of the world. It's this philosophy that almost gets him killed when getting the Crystal Doggo.
  • Trap Master: As someone who specializes in old ruins, he specializes in disarming them as shown when he saves Euden's party in his Chapter 1 story.

    Mega Man 
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Kindly Android
Megaman & Rush 
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Wand
Debut: Mega Man: Chaos Protocol

A hero who arrives in Alberia to stop Dr. Wily from taking over.


  • Bonus Boss: After defeating every boss in Chaos Protocol on Expert, Mega Man himself can be fought.
  • Deadly Disc: The Metal Blade is a serrated disc that Mega Man throws rapidly and can inflict bleed.
  • Defeat Equals Explosion: Just like in his home series, when he runs out of energy, he explodes.
  • Guest Fighter: The super fighting robot from the Mega Man series, specifically the Classic era.
  • Guest-Star Party Member: He temporarily joins your party during the Chaos Protocol event. Like every other event character, he will permanently join once you have filled up his friendship meter.
  • Mechanically Unusual Fighter: Mega Man functions like no other character thus far.
    • While classified as a Wand Adventurer, instead of firing slow homing projectiles, he fires quick single projectiles in a straight line from his Mega Buster, and his force strike is his charge shot instead of an aimed blast, although an update later made it so every Wand Adventurer's force strike works like Mega Man's.
    • Activating the Metal Blade or Leaf Shield skill causes Mega Man to change weapons until it runs out of energy or he switches to a different weapon. The weapons regain energy by damaging enemies with the Mega Buster and can be used even if they're not fully charged yet.
    • Metal Blade and Leaf Shield are not affected by Skill Prep, Skill Haste, Skill Damage, Energy, and Inspiration although his weapon skill is.note 
    • Mega Man will always ride on Rush Jet when shapeshifting regardless of which dragon he has equipped (not unlike Mym or Lathna).
  • Non-Elemental: While the playable Mega Man has the Flame element, the boss version doesn't have an element.
  • Orbiting Particle Shield: Leaf Shield surrounds Mega Man with leaves that circle around him. Mega Man can run into enemies while Leaf Shield is active to damage them or throw the leaves at enemies.
  • Robot Wizard: Downplayed. He is classified as a wand user, yet he utilizes his signature Mega Buster during gameplay rather being shown using whatever wand he has equipped, and his special moves are also weapons from his games. However, He is able to use special moves that are part of the wand he equips just like any other wand user.
  • Secret A.I. Moves: He has access to his full Mega Man 2 arsenal as a boss.
  • Spread Shot: While on the Rush Jet, his regular attack turns into a three-way shot.
  • Video Game Sliding: Unlike everyone else who rolls when the screen is swiped, he slides.
  • The Voiceless: Mega Man has no lines of dialogue whatsoever, even during the event he is featured in. Clicking on him on the home screen or at the halidom just plays random sounds from the games.
  • Wave-Motion Gun: Rush Buster, used while on the Rush Jet, fires a massive, highly damaging beam.

    Melsa 
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Resolute Friend
Voiced by: Aya Uchida (Japanese), Anne Solange (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Dagger
Debut: Kindness and Captivity

The protagonist of the "Kindness and Captivity" event. A young and shy Sylvan girl trying to save her village.


  • Apologises a Lot: Has a tendency to apologize a lot. She does this a lot when revealed that she lead the group into the Imperial trap.
  • Color Motif: Unlike other fire characters that are donned in red, she is actually wearing pink.
  • Easily Forgiven: She leads the group into an Imperial trap, but everyone quickly dismisses it since Harle forced her into it.
  • Guest-Star Party Member: She joins your group for the "Kindness and Captivity" event. If you build your friendship enough with her, she can join you for good after the event's conclusion.
  • Gratuitous French: In the English dub, she speaks with a pronounced French accent and uses some French words.
  • Hyper-Awareness: During the event, she shows great skill at gauging distances and predicting the weather.
  • Little Bit Beastly: Is a Sylvan.
  • Nice Girl: A sweet and kind Sylvan girl despite her shyness. In fact, she actually has no intentions of trying to betray the prince and only lured the party into the Empire's trap because she wanted to save Sylvia and her village from the Empire's attack led by Harle.
  • Photographic Memory: Dragalia Life #26 shows that she has a very good memory by showing she remembers Ranzal and Luca stealing two bread rolls as well as other food, nevermind the arrows pointing to the crumbs on their faces.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: She's the blue oni to Sarisse's brash red, and the event focuses on how well they work together.
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie: Well, pink-haired, but she's a Nice Girl as well.
  • Shrinking Violet: She's quite timid and unsure of herself.
  • Tender Tears: She broke down in tears crying and constantly apologizing to the prince after revealing that she lured the prince into a trap and begging Harle to free Sylvia and stop the attack on her village.

    Mikoto 
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Nature's Avatar
Wave-Riding Archer 

Voiced by: Kenjiro Tsuda (Japanese) , Brad Swaile (as John Bradford) (English)
Alternate Element: Light [Summer]
Rarity: 5 [both]
Unit type: Attack [both]
Weapon type: Blade [Regular], Bow [Summer]
Debut: Launch [Regular], Summertime Saviors [Summer]

An enlightened warrior looking for his cat Mineuchi. Euden is impressed by his skill with a blade, and talks him into joining the Halidom by promising to help with the search.

For summer he’s ready to catch some waves with a bow, still looking for his cat.


Regular
  • The Cameo: Appears in Forte's Adventurer Story.
  • Critical Hit Class: His first and third ability increases his critical rate.
  • Cuteness Proximity: He has apparently gone into "withdrawal" from being parted with Mineuchi to the point that he'll immediately tackle and start petting anything sufficiently fluffy, much to the dismay of the Halidom's Sylvan population.
  • It's the Journey That Counts: Cleo comes to the conclusion that even if they most likely will never find Mineuchi, the growth they share together as they learn more about the world and themselves is something to cherish.
  • Kindhearted Cat Lover: He joins the Prince so he can find his cat Mineuchi, not caring much about the fiends or the Empire. It gets picked up even more so in the "Samurai Siesta" wyrmprint where so many other cats start coming up to him.
  • Locked into Strangeness: One of his lines, when you click on him in the home screen, is that his hair went white when he learned his revelation, but he's not sure if it's about his harsh training.
  • No Sense of Personal Space: Dragalia Life shows that Mikoto compulsively pets Sylvans out of Cuteness Proximity whether they like it or not. Luca has filed a formal complaint.
  • One-Man Army: He is one. In his first chapter, he dispatched 43 fiends. In his second chapter, he defeated 142 fiends.
  • Reused Character Design: His design is based on the Tenjin from Knights of Glory.

Summer

    Nadine 
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Selfie Addict
Voiced by: Ai Fairouz (Japanese), Jana Morrison (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Lance
Debut: Nadine and Linnea's United Front

An energetic girl who takes pics with Clix.


  • Bare Your Midriff: Her outfit exposes her bellybutton.
  • Connected All Along: She is a living descendant of one of Nefaria's retainers. She was actually sent out to find the queen but didn't really expect to actually accomplish it until she met her at the Halidom.
  • Darkskinned Blonde: She has tanned skin with whitish-blonde hair.
  • Genius Ditz: Sure she acts ditzy at times but it was her that modified the otherworldly device into a magitech one.
  • Magitech: Her device Clix uses light mana to take pictures.
  • Mechanically Unusual Fighter: There are a number of them:
    • Her basic attacks are not thrusts but flashes from Clix.
    • Her Force Strike is not a rushing thrust but a wide spread.
  • The Nicknamer: Likes to give nicknames. Lin is Linnea and Ria for Nefaria.
  • Nonstandard Character Design: No matter what she is equipped with her model always have Clix on hand.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Her hair covers her right eye.
  • Selfie Fiend: Her skills weaponize taking selfies. Episode 1 of "Nadine and Linnea's United Front" has her get info out of a scout by taking pictures of him, then doing some photo editing to make him look pretty, then threaten to leave posters of that picture up in town.
  • Tan Lines: If one looks carefully, one can see them on her skin showing the silhouette of the outfit she wore originally before her current look.
  • Who Wears Short Shorts?: She does.

    Naveed 
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Suave Lithomancer
Voiced by: Junichi Suwabe (Japanese), Hampton Green (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Sword
Debut: The Desert Jewel and the Abyssal Flame

A swordsman who practices lithomancy.


  • Ambiguously Brown: He is implied to be the setting's equivalent of Middle Eastern. A wyrmprint released has him and Verica remembering about their homeland.
  • Cannot Talk to Women: He feels awkward around ladies because they seeing them reminds him of his former fiancée, who left him during a time of financial difficulties.
  • Celibate Hero: While he tries to be nice to the women who took an interest in him, Naveed quickly leave when it does happen as he is unable to answer their feelings properly, due to how his fiancée left him
  • Chick Magnet: Even more than Euden, it's troubled him deeply due to how his engagement ended.
  • The First Cut Is the Deepest: In the past, Naveed truly loved his fiancée with all of his heart, and she did as well, but when his family's trading company fell on hard times to the point they were nearly ruined, she broke their engagement on the terms that she can't love someone who allowed themselves to reach that point even once. And they had very different views on love well, the fiancée believed that even the strongest love can be ended one day, and Naveed believed that true love can overcome anything, with the fiancée saying Naveed can find true love with other before leaving him to be with her new fiancé.
  • Never Be Hurt Again: Naveed admits this is why he tends to shy away from women despite being insanely popular with them.
  • Mundane Utility: Dragalia Life #23 has him teaching Euden and Ranzal about Lithomancy... which Ranzal uses to cook meat. Naveed eventually joins it happily offering high-grade meat to attract more customers.
  • Power Crystal: Lithomancy is the art of magic by using conjured gems. These gems can also set off on the conjurer's command. Naveed can use the skill Radiant Bauble in gameplay to power up Crystalline Blades up to five times.
  • Status-Buff Dispel: Crystalline Blades can remove an enemy buff after being upgraded on the Mana Spiral.
  • Tall, Dark, and Handsome: Naveed is a very handsome man, and he fits all three of the traits in this trope.

    Nobunaga 
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Leader of the Horse Clan
Voiced by: Mikako Komatsu (Japanese), Racquel Belmonte (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Blade
Debut: New Years Tiding A Clawful Caper

The leader of the Horse Clan. She wants to unify all of Hinomoto.


  • Blood Knight: Unlike Mitsuhide who'd rather take things easy and sleep, she LOVES to fight.
  • Drop the Hammer: She's the one pounding the mochi on the home screen during the New Years event while Hanabusa urges her to be gentle.
  • Eastern Zodiac: She represents the Horse on the Zodiac.note 
  • Gender Flip: Nobunaga Oda was historically male while here, she's a girl. However, it's implied that she's the descendant of the game universe's actual equivalent of Nobunaga, and she's actually named after him as per tradition.
  • Named After Someone Famous: She's named after Oda Nobunaga, another one of the big names of the Sengoku Era.
  • Odd Friendship: With Mitsuhide, despite the animosity that their clans had towards each other (due to what is implied to be the first Mitsuhide betraying the first Nobunaga, like in real life), partly because they have little interest in tradition and maintaining a family grudge.
  • Prequel: Her Adventurer Story takes place before the "A Clawful Caper" event.
  • Status-Buff Dispel: She can remove an enemy buff by using Flash of Unity or using a force strike when her combo count is high enough.

    Ramona 
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Impassioned Blacksmith
Voiced by: Aki Toyosaki (Japanese), Harley Mae (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Axe
Debut: Launch [NPC], Flames of Reflection [Regular]

The middle sister of the Blacksmith sisters, who does most of the actual forging.


  • The Cameo: Appears in Gala Ranzal's Adventurer Story; she was the one (along with her sisters) to forge his sword.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: Julietta and Elisanne are horrified to learn that Ramona's idea of "adorable" is downright Lovecraftian after commissioning her to craft cuter weapons for them.
  • Not a Morning Person: Shown in her own and her sister Renee's Adventurer Story, Ramona has a hard time waking-up partly that she is lazy at things not related to blacksmithing and partly since she is often hammering away forging arms the previous day.
  • Playing with Fire: She can control the temperature of her forge's flame. It is an ability inherited from her blacksmith father Regis.
  • Promoted to Playable: Ramona has been part of the game since Day 1, and finally made the jump to a playable character after 9 to 10 months.
  • Spam Attack: Forge Buster allows the player to keep tapping the screen dealing damage at the target up to six times.
  • Ultimate Blacksmith: She's usually the one responsible for making all the weapons for the Halidom, especially the 5* tier 3 weapons and void weapons with apocalyptic backstories, and even the High Dragon weapons and the Agito weapons.
  • When All You Have Is a Hammer...: Dragalia Life #125 shows that her idea of kneading dough is instead of rolling it out, she smacks it like the rolling pin is a hammer. She does it again in Dragalia Life #127 when making bread to console Renee.

    Rena 
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Mana Infuser
Voiced by: Mai Nakahara (Japanese), Joy Frender (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Defense
Weapon type: Blade
Debut: Flames of Reflection

The oldest sister of the Blacksmith sisters. Her specialty is strengthening weapons by infusing them with mana.


  • Boobs of Steel: She's quite busty, and she's a powerful blade user.
  • Cordon Bleugh Chef: Shown in her sister Renee's Adventurer Story, she adds salt to tea.
  • Critical Hit: Phase 2 of Roaring Furnace increases her critical hit percentage by 10% for 15 seconds.
  • Dude Magnet: At least one of her regulars has his sword sharpened daily as an excuse to see her. Another is an old man trying to set her up with his grandson (who she counters is just only eight). The third is a nobleman who fell in Love at First Sight and dramatically proposes to her every day.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Rena first appeared in the "Sisters of the Anvil" wyrmprint since the launch of the game.
  • I Call It "Vera": Rena is unhealthily attached to her blade, calling it her baby, taking it to bed with her, and using it to accomplish any mundane task no matter how inappropriate it may be.
  • Idiot Hair: Has one.
  • Kill It with Fire: Her skills and kit are built around Burn damage. Her chain co-ability also has utility in anyone inflicting burn getting wind resistance as well.
  • Picky Eater: According to her sister Renee's voice line and Adventurer Story, she dislikes vegetables.
  • Multicolored Hair: Has pink hair with an orange tip.
  • Promoted to Parent: After the Blacksmith sisters' father died.
  • She's Got Legs: She has a nice pair of legs which are made prominent with her outfit.
  • Silk Hiding Steel: Warm and polite, but runs a tight ship in the blacksmith shop. Euden describes her as running the place with "a NICE iron fist".
  • Standard Status Effects: Roaring Furnace inflicts Burn on whatever it hits. Phase 3 does extra damage to burning enemies.
  • The Tease: She playfully flirts with Euden when he visits, toying with him by seeming to hit on him before explaining how she means her words non-romantically.
  • Tranquil Fury: When she stops Ramona and Renee from arguing, she does it with a pleasant smile, but the anger behind it is obvious.
    Rena: I don't know if you two realize this, but we DO have customers right now... [smiling] So let's use our inside voice, hmm?
    Ramona and Renee: [visibly scared] R-right...

    Renelle 
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Honorable Treasure Hunter
Voiced by: Megumi Han (Japanese), Brittney Boni (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Dagger
Debut: Launch

A Sylvan treasure hunter who joins for the chance to find some good loot.


  • Bare Your Midriff: Her outfit.
  • Berserk Button: She dislikes people underestimating her because she's a woman. When Ranzal calls her "little lady", she retaliates by pickpocketing him.
  • Boobs-and-Butt Pose: Her illustration has her show both.
  • Discard and Draw: Her Mana Spiral upgrades complete replaces her Curse Resistance skills with Stun Resistance with a bonus of Potent Stun Res., which increases her strength when she blocks a stun infliction.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Clicking on her has her say that one of her rules is never to steal from the living.
  • Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: Was the foolish sibling in the dynamic with her twin brother when they were younger.
  • Insistent Terminology: A voice line has her insist that she is a treasure hunter not a grave robber.
  • Little Bit Beastly: Is a Sylvan.
  • My Eyes Are Up Here: A voice line has her ask someone (the player?) that they will never guess where she hides her most valuable treasures. She then says the line indicating that the one she asked might have looked at her breasts.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: In the "Thief and Queen" Castle Story, she's utterly dismayed when she finds out that the tomb she explored and plundered turned out to be one of Nefaria's old tombs. Nefaria doesn't hold it against her since it's from an era long past and feels those treasures are better off seeing the light of day than sitting in a tomb.
  • Scarf of Asskicking: Wears a red one.
  • Token Index: Out of the non-limited Flame Adventurers one can summon, instead of Sleep or Stun Res she has Curse Res.
    • As part of the first batch of Adventurers who get a Mana Spiral, She is the only one who changes resistance, from Curse to Stun.
  • Who Wears Short Shorts?: She does.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Has Grade A with her shorts.

    Serena 
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Purehearted Warrior
Voiced by: Maaya Uchida (Japanese), Andrea Libman (as Margery Davis) (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Defense
Weapon type: Sword
Debut: Madcap Misfits

A young knight with a pure heart. As a child, she has a tendency to cry a lot, but she vows not to cry again in the face of hardship


  • Badass Adorable: This sweet and adorable young girl is a capable knight herself.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: She's very sweet and pure, but she's quite a capable fighter that wants to improve herself. She also takes offense to anyone who sees her as weak or being a burden, which is why she avoids crying.
  • Critical Hit Class: She has a low attack for a Sword unit, but makes up for it for her passive skill where she gradually gains increased critical damage for every 20 hit combo. Her first skill also boosts her critical rate for a brief period of time. Her chain co-ability also increases critical rate after 10 hits.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: She's been on the "Give Me Your Wounded" wyrmprint that's been around since the game's launch.
  • Genki Girl: Always cheery and upbeat.
  • Incorruptible Pure Pureness: She's considered so pure to the point that she's easily Super Gullible.
  • The Load: She doesn't want to see herself as a burden to the prince. Ranzal calls her out on this in the fourth episode when she injured her shoulder, stating that people who don't admit their weaknesses are a burden to others. Her desire to be self-sufficient is because when she was younger, she felt guilty for the fiend attack that destroyed her village. Rather than helping out the villagers, she ended up training herself to become stronger, which angered many of the villagers and vow to apologize to her village once she becomes stronger.
  • Navel Window: Her bellybutton is seen in the gap between her top and shorts.
  • Nice Girl: She's sweet and pure to the heart. She even goes to the extent to going back to her village and apologizing for her selfishness when she was younger.
  • Prone to Tears: She has the tendency to cry a lot. She tries not to cry as much but is prone to Tender Tears.
  • Super Gullible: She's considered to be so pure that she believes in random things relatively easily. This is evident in the first episode of her story where she paid large sums of money for an introductory letter and polish her armor and sword for the prince, only the find out that it's not a requirement to be a vassal to him (as well as various false rumors about the prince).
  • Who Wears Short Shorts?: She does.

    Sinoa 
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Intrepid Scholar
Voiced by: Rina Sato (Japanese), Mae Machett (English)
Alternate Element: Wind [Summer]
Rarity: 4 [Regular], 5 [Summer]
Unit type: Support [both]
Weapon type: Wand [both]
Debut: The Desert Jewel and the Abyssal Flame [Regular], Doomsday Getaway [Summer]

A scientist whose experiments with time and space often have explosive results. The Prince offers her a new home after she blew up her lab again.

After hearing a voice that may be from her future self, she goes on vacation.


Regular
  • The Cameo: Makes one in Wedding Xania's Adventurer Story.
    • Death by Cameo: Her alternate self from the dark future timeline appears in Audric's Adventurer Story and is implied to have died so that Audric could escape.
  • Fantastic Science: She's a theoretical physicist, only the physics in question she studies are literally magic.
  • Foreshadowing: Her existence was hinted at in one of Kleimann's voice lines.
  • For Science!: Sometimes, you've got to burn down three research buildings in the name of scientific progress.
  • High-Class Glass: Wears a monocle.
  • The Professor: Though slightly more reasonable than other examples. Slightly.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: Her experiments frequently cause these.
  • Status Buff: Her first skill grants a random potent buff to the party, ranging from a 25% boost to strength, defense, or critical hit rate, to a 15% boost to the party's maximum HP. Combined with her innate Buff Time passive and the fairly short charge rate of her first skill, Sinoa is one of the best buffers in the game alongside Elisanne.
  • They Called Me Mad!: Most magical scholars consider theoretical space-time magic unfalsifiable and thus pointless to research. Sinoa was already being pushed out of the academic community even before her disastrous experiments got her kicked out—in fact, the message she originally wanted to send back into time was a warning not to pursue magic study at all, as it had only made her a laughing stock.
  • Time Travel: What she is researching.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Grade A, her socks go up to her thigh.

Summer

    Vanessa 
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Red-Haired Warrior
Kirin Amazon 
Voiced by: Ami Koshimizu (Japanese), Ava Lindstrom (English)
Alternate Element: Light [Hunter]
Rarity: 4 [Regular], 5 [Hunter]
Unit type: Defense [Regular], Attack [Hunter]
Weapon type: Axe [Regular], Spear [Hunter]
Debut: Launch [Regular], Monster Hunter: Primal Crisis [Hunter]

A warrior who comes to the Halidom looking for the chance to challenge stronger opponents. Her life's goal is actually to lose a fair fight for once.

She dons Kirin armor in order to go on the hunt for monsters.


Regular
  • Baby Talk: She does this in Chapter 2 of her story while trying to get Elisanne to fight her.
    Vanessa: "...Fwite me?"
    Elisanne: "Saying it in a cute voice doesn't change my answer!"
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her outfit shows hers.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: Turns out that losing isn't the transcendent experience she hoped for, especially when it keeps happening.
    Elisanne: What was it you said? "To know defeat is to tread the first step to true strength"?
    Vanessa: Yeah. First time I heard it, it sounded really deep.
    Elisanne: Less impressed now?
    Vanessa: Duh, of course! I'm not stronger at ALL!
  • Boisterous Bruiser: Vanessa boasts that she's fought countless battles and never experienced defeat. Of course, she then follows up with how she wants to lose because it'll help her become a stronger warrior...
  • Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are: She says the trope name in Chapter 2 of her story while looking for Elisanne.
  • The Cameo: Appears in Dragonyule Malora's Adventurer Story.
  • Companion Cube: Apparently develops a friendship with Matilda (aka Elisanne's rabbit plushie).
    Vanessa: She's just so easy to talk to that I wound up asking her for advice.
    Elisanne: Advice? I hesitate to even ask, but...you do know Matilda is a stuffed animal, right?
    Vanessa: Uh...yeah? I thought that was pretty obvious. You feeling okay, Elly?
    Elisanne: I...I am perfectly fine. I just...wanted to be certain.
  • Fiery Redhead: Figuratively and literally.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair is very long. In Dragalia Life #202, it gets played with by cats that it causes her problems.
  • Stalker Without A Crush: Vanessa is very obsessed with getting Elisanne to fight her in a serious battle, constantly hounding her everywhere she goes, up to and including her bedroom.
  • Textile Work Is Feminine: A voice line reveals that she likes to sew as a hobby and find it incredulous that people are surprised by it.
    • She is one of the seamstresses who made Malora's Dragonyule dress.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: A boisterous, aggressive brawler who apparently has a fondness for sewing and collecting plushies. In Dragalia Life, she takes Cleo on in a sewing battle and wins.
    Vanessa: Why's everybody look so surprised when they find out I can sew? Yeah, I got a hobby! So what?!
  • You Go, Girl!: She's a shameless fan of them.
    Vanessa: I love a strong woman. Half of me's like, "You go, sister!" and half is like, "Yeah, I could take her."

Hunter

  • Chainmail Bikini: She's wearing a Kirin set of armor.
  • Compressed Hair: She's able to fit her long red mane into the Kirin helmet. In the 3D model viewer, some of her red hair can still be seen under the helmet.
  • Counter-Attack: Her ability "Lance Expertise" lets her do one when she gets hit by certain enemy attacks after the first level charge of her Force Strike.
  • Cuteness Proximity: She goes gaga for the Felyne.
  • Kind Hearted Cat Lover: Vanessa is really into the Felyne, going as far as making a matching Chainmail Bikini for her.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: She uses the Kirin shield to tank a fireball that Fatalis aimed at Felyne, saving him from utter destruction.

    Verica 
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Guiding Seer
Beach Beauty 
Voiced by: Chiaki Takahashi (Japanese), Kelly Sheridan (as Kelly Marie) (English)
Alternate Element: Shadow [Summer]
Rarity: 4 [Regular], 5 [Summer]
Unit type: Healing [both]
Weapon type: Staff [both]
Debut: Launch [Regular], A Crescendo of Courage [Summer]

A fortune-teller who believes that everyone can fight their foretold fate, and allies herself with the prince upon seeing a terrible fate waiting for him.

For the Summer, she shows off a lot of skin as she tells your future at the beach.


Regular
  • Ambiguously Brown: It's implied that Verica comes from the setting's equivalent of the Middle East.
  • Babies Ever After: At the end of her last episode, she dreams of being a mother but the man who fathered a child with her is not shown to us the player.
  • Boring, but Practical: Verica's entire skill set consists of healing, healing, more healing, and healing with a side of cleansing Stun. However, this and her type-compatibility with Phoenix makes her the most effective healer in the game, even over Hildegarde, as well as a prime choice for fighting High Midgardsormr.
  • Buxom Is Better: Probably one of the most well-endowed female characters in the game.
  • Dreaming of Things to Come: Some of her predictions come off like this, especially the terrible ones.
    • In the Main Story, she dreams the Prince facing peril from the north.
  • Even the Girls Want Her: After helping a girl become more confident in herself, it's implied the girl started to fall for Verica.
  • Fortune Teller: Her main profession. Unlike most, however, she gives fortunes not to show her customers their inevitable fate but rather give them the tools to fight against it.
  • Gradual Regeneration: Her main skill, Blessings of Destiny, grants healing-over-time to all party members.
  • Mundane Utility: Dragalia Life #184 has Yaten use her fortune-telling to see what Euden's meals for the next five days so he plans ahead, which she finds unbelievable.
  • My Greatest Failure: She once believed destiny couldn't be fought against and would foretell people's deaths. She kept this belief even when she foresaw her little brother's own death, and she decided to start fighting against destiny from then on.
  • Screw Destiny: Has devoted herself to proving that people can fight fate, and she joins up with Euden in order to prevent his foretold death.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: One of her home screen quotes has her make a statement that she loves fried potato skins.
    ”My specialty is fried potato skins. ...What? You don't eat the skins? But that's the best part!”

Summer

  • Bare Your Midriff: This version of Verica gets to show off plenty of skin.
  • Beauty Contest: Her Adventurer Story is about getting drafted into one.
  • The Cameo: Appears in Summer Patia's story leading the girls to Chutzpah Mountain where the Omega Shot can be learned.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: She had been part of the "A Splash of Adventure" story, but wasn't made playable until the next event later on, "A Crescendo of Courage."
  • Head-Turning Beauty Much to her dismay, she attracts far more attention at the beach than she was expecting and even gets pressganged into a Beauty Contest.
  • Life Drain: Her Moment of Passion skill grants her allies a life drain effect, letting them recover a small amount of HP whenever they deal damage.
  • Throwing the Fight: Verica is charmed by the story her fellow finalist, Angie, gave for entering the Beauty Contest. So when it appears that Verica is set to win by just one vote, Verica interrupts the tallying to cast her own vote for Angie, then break the resulting tie by encouraging Angie to tell her story to the crowd. This leads a handful of audience members to change their votes from Verica to Angie, thus ensuring Angie's victory.
  • Walking Swimsuit Scene: As all the Summer Adventurers are.

    Xania 
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Meandering Mage
Magical Bride 
Voiced by: Megumi Toyoguchi (Japanese), Kelly Sheridan (as Kelly Marie) (English)
Alternate Element: Wind [Wedding]
Rarity: 3 [Regular], 4 [Wedding]
Unit type: Attack [Regular], Healing [Wedding]
Weapon type: Wand [Regular], Staff [Wedding]
Debut: Launch [Regular], Wedding Belles [Wedding]

A mage who seeks to finish a spellbook started by her deceased father.

Her Wedding version came to be when she was melancholic from her friend's wedding and agreed to do a Bride and Switch to help a woman elope.


Regular
  • Big Book Of Everything: She's trying to complete her father's spellbook, “Better Living Through Spellcraft,” which he intended to be a comprehensive guide.
  • Boring, but Practical: Both of her base skills are area-of-effect damage spells, and the flashiest they get is being able to burn at higher levels. However, thanks to passives like ones that boost her skill damage, she's very good at laying on the hurt to enemies and is considered a top choice against the likes of High Midgardsormr and Volk.
  • The Cameo: Appears in Sha Wujing's story telling her theory that magic is used to keep the Halidom's walls from deteriorating.
  • Cute Witch: She certainly invokes the imagery with her outfit, magic, and experience with pumpkin farming.
  • Desperately Looking for a Purpose in Life: After her brother married Mei who turned out to be an exceptional wife, Xania was at a loss in what to do since her brother didn't need her anymore.
  • Mistaken for Suicidal: Part 1 of her story, the Prince and Ranzal come upon her as she is at a cliff's edge looking off in the distance while sighing aloud wondering about her life. Ranzal runs to her, thinking to stop her from jumping. Xania then sees a butterfly and moves to get a closer look at it which causes Ranzal to run past her and then fall off the cliff himself.
  • Mundane Utility On Halloween, her brother sends her a pumpkin which she plans to turn into a jack-o-lantern.
  • Promoted to Parent: Had to raise her brother by herself after their parents died.
  • Utility Magic: Her father's book is on how to use magic for mundane tasks.
    • She uses her fire magic for practical applications, like disinfecting kitchen utensils and soldering chipped edges.
    • Her Wedding self uses wind magic to lift and move a crate of pumpkins.

Wedding

    Xuan Zang 
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Erudite Sealer
Radiant Sealer 

Voiced by: Haruka Tomatsu (Japanese), Kitana Belle Pavlik (English, Regular), Elfina Luk (English, Radiant)
Alternate Element: Light [Radiant]
Rarity: 4 [Regular], 5 [Radiant]
Unit type: Support [Both]
Weapon type: Spear [Regular], Wand [Radiant]
Debut: Echoes of Antiquity [Regular], Timeworn Torment [Radiant]

A sealer of the Qilin tribe and master of Wu Kong.

Wielding the Xihe she has become Radiant.


Regular
  • The Atoner: The reason she takes Wu Kong as her apprentice is that she accidentally killed his parents when she had failed to properly seal a Qilin relic.
  • The Cameo: Makes some in Jiang Ziya's Adventurer Story to monitor and try to rein her due to her penchant use of Qilin relics.
  • Dub Name Change: In Japan, she's called Sanzou. The localization chooses to Keep It Foreign by romanizing it through pinyin rather than romaji.
  • Expy: As one might guess from her name, Xuan Zang is based on the protagonist of Journey to the West.
  • Guest-Star Party Member: She's like other guest members where she has to be built up in friendship before being made a permanent addition to the roster.
  • Horned Humanoid: She has antler-type horns, being of the Qilin Tribe. Her Regular self only has a brow tine and a crown. By the time of Timeworn Torment, just after donning the Xihe, her antlers had grown to have a bey tine.note 
  • Monkey King Lite: Part of a Whole Plot Reference to Journey to the West; but played with, that while Wu Kong is present, the focus is instead on his master.
  • Named After Somebody Famous: She is named for Xuanzang, the monk whose life inspired Journey to the West.
  • Older Than They Look: Being a Qilin she has a longer lifespan than most other humanoid races.
  • Parental Substitute: She basically adopted Wu Kong after his parents died.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: She is wise, knowledgeable, and wears glasses.
  • To Be Lawful or Good: Part of her Adventurer Story is either to follow the Sealer's Code and not take sides in the New Alberia-Drynell Empire conflict or Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right! and ally with the prince. In the end, she does help and even defends her choice against her master.
  • Tranquil Fury: She tends to be at her angriest when she's smiling.
  • When She Smiles: In Wu Kong's case, he's afraid of it. It means she's gonna punish him for something stupid he did. The wider the smile the scarier she is according to Wu Kong.
  • Writing Lines: The "A Maddened Master" wyrmprint shows she intends to impose the Shrine of Three Thousand Leaves punishment on Wu Kong after a prank, which involves writing a three thousand page apology. The alternative was the Boulder Scribe which is the same thing, but with a boulder tied to his back.

Radiant

  • Charged Attack: A unique variation of the Charge Meter variety. Thanks to her first ability Xihe's Radiance she gains a unique mechanic, upon using her second skill, Coalescent Light causes the bar to increase, with the amount depending on how many allies were near her in a circle. Upon filling the bar her first skill will become Brightflash, increasing how much the opponents attack is dropped and deals more damage against paralysis. Her second skill will become Lightstream, increasing her party’s attack by 20% and increase shadow resistance by 40%. Finally her force strike will deal far more damage and increase the opponents susceptibility to being paralyzed by 20% for 20 seconds.
  • Take a Third Option: If she sealed the Xihe, the town it was influencing would not have enough sunlight for plants to grow, leaving it a desolate wasteland, but leaving it meant that the light it produced would keep rain from ever coming, also leaving the town as a wasteland. She decides instead to directly control the Xihe for the rest of her long life to ensure the right amount of light reaches the town.

    Yue 
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Hungry Hunter
Voiced by: Natsumi Hioka (Japanese), Ely Jackson (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Defense
Weapon type: Axe
Debut: Visions of Amity

A wild girl who came to the Halidom.


  • Big Eater: She can give Ranzal a run for his money.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: She's appeared in the Chocolatiers wyrmprint before being fully introduced into the main game.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Meat!
  • Trapped the Wrong Target: Yue joins after accidentally setting off a trap that Cleo placed to catch a boar. The group had to rescue her.
  • Sweet Tooth: Candy is just as good to her as meat. She even begs for it in her Halloween quote.
    "Candy? Candy! Give me candy!"
  • Wild Child: Her mannerisms are a bit odd to most of the residents of the Halidom due to how her tribe views life.

    Yuya 
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Rebellious Rider
Voiced by: Mutsumi Tamura (Japanese), Aidan Drummond (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Dagger
Debut: Madcap Misfits

A rough and tumble chariot punk.


  • Animal Motif: Chickens. His hair is shaped like a comb and he also has a Heart of the Chicken buff/debuff.
  • Big "NO!": He lets one out in Chapter 4 when his chariot breaks down after saving Red Champ and his chicks.
  • The Cameo: Appears in Eugene's Adventurer Story.
  • Car Fu: Uses his chariot this way. Chapter 3 of his story has him ram it into a fiend, knocking it out. Chapter 4 has him do it to a larger fiend when he sees Red Champ is protecting a group of chicks.
  • Delinquent Hair: He has a big poofy pompadour. He shaped it after Red Champ, the chicken who saved his life. It gets increasingly huge in Dragalia Life #172 after giving himself extended training after Euden said he likes his hair.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: He built his chariot by himself from shield scraps.
  • Greaser Delinquents: His English voice speaks like one out of the 1950s.
  • Japanese Delinquents: Besides hailing from Hinomoto, he has the bosozoku look going for him.
  • Not the Intended Use: Played for laughs in the "A Dazzling Valentine's" story when he applies Zardin's facial cream onto his chariot. It makes it so shiny that his speeding around at night scares off the fiends.
  • Sarashi: He has one around his body to give that tough-guy look.
  • Security Blanket: His chariot is this. Chapter 3 has a large fiend knock him off, rendering him to a blubbering mess.
  • Super Speed: His chariot's speed all comes from his own legs, making him just as fast outside of it.

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