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    Albert 
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Thunderswift Lord
Voiced by: Hikaru Midorikawa (Japanese), Jesse Inocalla (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Sword
Debut: Thunder and Splendor

The leader of the Knights of Levin, who is also referred to as the Thunderswift Lord. Like Lily, he is one of the Cygames characters imported from Rage of Bahamut.


  • The Cameo: The second Rage of Bahamut import to be made playable into Dragalia Lost.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Featured on the "Levin's Champion" wyrmprint prior to his release, was later Promoted to Playable on 2019.
  • Friendly Fire: On the accidental giving end of it to Ryozen in Dragalia Life #74.
  • The Magnificent: Still carries his title of "Thunderswift Lord" even in this game.
  • Mechanically Unusual Fighter: His second skill is unique in that it doesn't charge up through attacking, instead steadily charging up over 40 seconds before it's ready to use. As such, passives such as Skill Haste won't help Albert, but he can utilize Skill Prep to decrease the time it needs to charge up.
  • Mundane Utility: Thunderous Impulse doubles as such an impressive back massage that Albert is effectively forced to open up a massage palor, lest his allies keep Taking the Bullet for fiends.
  • Mythology Gag: In Dragalia Life #74, the gag scene of Albert being able to use his lightning powers for treating the backache of an elderly came from his Cross-Fate episode with Deliford from Granblue Fantasy. The difference is that Albert accidentally zapped Ryozen, while he intentionally offered help to Deliford like someone giving acupressure massage. Dragalia Life #201 has Raemond try to get the same shock massage intentionally, only to end up missing and get a What the Hell, Hero? from Albert.
  • The Paralyzer: His second skill "Thunderous Impulse" can Electrify himself for 20 seconds and within that time his Force Strike can inflict Paralysis.
  • Scarf of Asskicking: Wears a scarf and can fight monsters like he usually does.
  • Shock and Awe: Even moreso as a Light unit since his powers call down electricity to inflict Paralyze on his opponents.
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    Alfonse 
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Prince of Askr
Voiced by: Tatsuhisa Suzuki (Japanese), Ray Chase (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Sword
Debut: Fire Emblem: Lost Heroes

The Prince of Askr. While fighting Loki, his party suddenly find themselves transported to the Dragalia world.

For tropes pertaining to his original appearance in Fire Emblem Heroes, refer to this page.


  • Badass in Distress: Despite being an exceptional fighter, he was in over his head fighting the god of war and spends "Kindred Ties" as Thórr's captive.
  • Bonus Boss: After his initial fight in the story, he has a bonus boss fight in story mode that ratchets up the difficulty even with high-end weapons and wyrmprints.
  • Gameplay and Story Segregation: Despite being held captive for a majority of the "Kindred Ties" event, he is still very much usable during said event if you have him in your partynote .
  • Guest-Star Party Member: Doubly so. He's one for both Fire Emblem Heroes and the "Fire Emblem: Lost Heroes" storyline. Leveling friendship with him makes him a permanent addition to the roster.
  • Hero of Another Story: He's one of the protagonists of Fire Emblem Heroes and deals with a separate set of conflicts there.
  • Let's You and Him Fight: Alfonse initially fights the prince and his team because he assumed they were after Veronica like the Dyrenell Empire.
  • Life Drain: Sol is an attack skill that heals him depending on the damage dealt while also dealing a wide circular Area of Effect attack.
  • Secret A.I. Moves: Has several skillsnote  he can use as a boss, but not as a playable adventurer.
  • Sibling Team: He and Sharena being on the same team can be this.
  • Shown Their Work: As a boss, his attacks contain references to various Fire Emblem skills, while staying true to their nature. For example, the danger fields for Rising Light and related attacks are squares touching each other diagonally, like the areas of effect in Heroes.

    Amane 
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Child of Miracles
Kitty Cafe's Shining Star 
Voiced by: Yukari Tamura (Japanese) Kazumi Evans (English)
Alternate Element: Wind [Summer]
Rarity: 4 [Regular], 5 [Summer]
Unit type: Attack [Regular], Healing [Summer]
Weapon type: Wand [Regular], Axe [Summer]
Debut: Launch [Regular], Doomsday Festival [Summer]

A traveler from a distant land, she possesses a hatred for dragons and wants to see them gone.

Wanting to get money to buy sweets for orphans in her country, she puts on the uniform of the Kitty Cafè and works for Nina.


Regular
  • Blown Across the Room: She gets blown across the room after daring to march right up to Midgardsormr and ask him his weakness. Happens again when she tries to bring her "food" to Midgardsormr, thinking she'll poison him with it.
  • The Cameo: Appears in Dragonyule Xainfried's Adventurer Story.
  • Connected All Along: In Dragonyule Xainfried's Adventurer Story, it is revealed that the Syrol tribe of her country are the ones who attacked and destroyed Xainfried's tribe, the Aegis.
  • Fantastic Racism: She has one for dragons big time, though she grows out of it after meeting Midgardsormr.
  • Friend to All Children: Which includes baby dragons, no less. Despite supposedly taking in Fydon and Felix, Xainfried's dragon sons to learn their weaknesses, without even thinking about it, she drops that and gladly starts taking care of them.
  • Friend to All Living Things: She pledges to be this at the end of her Adventurer Story. Even before this point (in-universe), during the Castle Story involving her its noted that the reason dragons tend to like her despite her mission to destroy them all is that she's simply too kind - without even realizing it - to follow through.
  • Gameplay and Story Segregation: She hates dragons and detests everything about them. Despite that, there's nothing stopping you from bonding her to a dragon and having her transform into one. She will, however, occasionally lampshade how weird it is.
  • Injured Vulnerability: After unlocking the Mana Spiral node, her first skill "Empyreal Levin" does more damage to paralyzed foes.
  • Kick Them While They Are Down: She has Broken Punisher, which raises her damage against bosses during their Broken period up to 20% (35% if the Mana Spiral node is unlocked).
  • Lethal Chef: Episode 3 of her Adventurer Story has her first-time cooking be some sort of violet concoction. This gets subverted at the end of her Summer version's Adventurer Story due to learning how to cook during her employment.
  • The Paralyzer: After unlocking the Mana Spiral node, her first skill "Empyreal Levin" can inflict paralysis.
  • Magical Barefooter: Uses magic and wears no shoes.
  • Nice Girl: Her naturally kind demeanor is the reason why many dragons and animals tend to like her, something that she doesn't realize.
  • Odd Friendship: Winds up striking up a friendship with Xainfried of all people.
  • Older Than They Look: Despite being called a "child of miracles" and looking like a kid, she's actually 24 note .
  • Poor Communication Kills: In Dragonyule Xainfried's Adventurer Story, she tried to warn Xainfried that the Syrol tribesmen of her country had come and it was dangerous for his dragon children Fydon and Felyx to leave the Halidom but couldn't elegantly get her message across.
  • Sole Survivor: A dragon wiped out her entire village when she was a child. As a result, she has pledged to hunt them all down.
  • Squee!: She lets one of these out in Dragalia Life #22 when Cleo offers her cake.
  • Squishy Wizard: Averted. Unlike most Wand users, she is incredibly tanky thanks to her second skill, Hallowed Raiments, which permanently increases her max HP by 5% during a quest and if the max HP buffs reach a certain threshold, she gains HP recovery instead. She's considered to be one of the best 4* adventurers to reroll for this reason.

Summer

  • Batman Gambit: She pulls this off in "Doomsday Getaway" by getting Carmen to "trust" her after it was revealed that saying you trust someone is what turns you into a doll. It not only kills the fiend, but brings her friends back to normal.
  • Breaking Old Trends: She is a healing unit who uses an axe as her weapon.
  • Character Development: This version is her after the end of her regular version's Adventurer Story.
  • Guest-Star Party Member: This version of her follows the trend of temporarily joining your party for the duration of the Doomsday Getaway event and becoming permanent if her friendship meter is maxed out.
  • In the Hood: Her uniform includes a hood with cat ears.
  • Trauma Button: In episode 3 of her Adventurer Story, seeing Erasmus for the first-time reminded her of the dragon that wiped out her village which caused her to involuntary attack him.
  • Money Dumb: Revealed at the end of her Adventurer Story, after receiving her pay she tells Nina what types of sweets she will get for the orphans but Nina tells her that what she wanted to buy wouldn't be able to be purchased with the amount of her pay.

    Annelie 
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The Sugary Star
Voiced by: Maaya Uchida (Japanese), Danielle Ashton (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Lance
Debut: Circus of Dreams

A circus ringmaster and beast tamer.


  • The Cameo: Appears in Dragonyule Malora's Adventurer Story.
  • Character Tic: She has a habit of giving people she likes kisses on the cheek, much to Fritz's chagrin.
  • Cycle of Hurting: Her Stunning Display skill draws enemies closer and inflicts Stun on them.
  • Fluffy Tamer: Her act involves the dragon Liger who's quite the fearsome dragon on his own, but a kitten around her.
  • The Power of Acting: She's a natural showman and can put that skill to good use, such as distracting Imperial soldiers from their search when they invade her tent and calming and helping direct a crowd to safety during a fiend attack.

    Chitose 
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Cuteness Incarnate
Voiced by: Shouta Aoi (Japanese), John Connolly (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit Type: Defense
Weapon type: Wand
Debut: New Years Tiding A Clawed Caper

A servant of Mitsuhide who believes himself to be the cutest thing in the world.


  • Asleep for Days: Chapter 2 has him pass out from trying to stay cute and young so that when he wakes up, it's been three days.
  • Bad Liar: He was tasked with pretending to be the leader of the Mouse Clan while Mitsuhide hunted down Ebisu. However, he couldn't keep the charade up for fifteen seconds before deciding to tell the truth.
  • Cuteness Proximity: Mitsuhide encourages him to use this trope for "cuteness diplomacy." He uses it to full effect by getting a flower that was being sold for 15,000 rupies down to 7,000.
  • Cloudcuckoolander's Minder: He usually has to keep after his sleepyhead boss Mitsuhide.
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: When he first appears to the crew, they all mistake him for a girl due to his feminine appearance and the fact that he claimed to be the wyrmclan leader they were waiting for, who was a girl.
  • Even the Guys Want Him: He is so cute that some guys (even briefly the Prince) get smitten with him.
  • Kawaiiko: Chitose is very invested in being as cute as possible, sometimes to the detriment of his health.
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie: Apparently invoked, as he mentions in a home screen line that he dyes his hair.
  • Support Party Member: His kit is about buffing light team members, giving them up to 25% strength for 15 seconds.
  • The Tease: Chitose is very flirty with just about everyone and even introduces himself to the main cast by offering a striptease.
    Chitose: Wanna see my muscles? Maybe buy two tickets to the ol' trebuchet show? C'mon, lemme tear off this outfit and show ya!
  • Wholesome Crossdresser: He prefers girls' kimonos and mentions he used to borrow Mitsuhide's quite often. It even extends to his 3D model having the female wand stance.
  • Whole Episode Flashback: Chapters 2 and 3 are about his youth in Hinomoto.

    Elias 
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Divine Voice
Voiced by: Yuki Nakashima (Japanese), Cassandra Fan (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Defense
Weapon type: Bow
Debut: Resplendent Refrain

A member of the prestigious Harmonia Choir, Elias' voice has started to change and he's distraught at eventually losing his place in the group as a result.


  • Beautiful Singing Voice: He's a boy soprano but his voice is changing due to growing up.
  • Big Brother Instinct: He sees himself as a big brother to Lowen as shown in the Boys' Camp Castle Story. Dragalia Life #244 has him shielding Lowen from the "monster" that happens to be Berserker in Maritimus footie pajamas.
  • The Cameo: Appears in Summer Amane's Adventurer Story.
  • Generation Xerox: One of Lucretia's lines in the castle about how she and Vixel used to compete for solos show that Elias and Pia are this to them.
  • Growing Up Sucks: The darkness that attracted Sabnock to him relates to his inability to get over his own changing voice that can get him out of the soprano-only Harmonia Choir. At the conclusion of the event, he overcomes these doubts and leaves the choir voluntarily, giving the solo role to Pia. He even pursues a soloist path so he can continue singing.
  • Guest-Star Party Member: Of the "Resplendent Refrain" arc. If his friendship meter is maxed out, he becomes a permanent member of the group.
  • If I Can't Have You...: When he fears he won't be able to sing in the choir anymore because of his voice changing, he also subconsciously wishes the choir didn't exist. He doesn't want that to actually happen, but just thinking it is enough to power up Sabnock.
  • Support Party Member: His kit is built around this, having an incredibly low attack, but can boost other party member's abilities with the "energize" mechanic with after 5 stacks of Energy, the next skill used by an adventurer will boost the skill performance significantly and all the stacks being consumed. Unfortunately, this requires other light attuned Energy based adventurers to make his utility fully work (i.e. Lucretia, Vixel, and Annelie), otherwise, he offers little to no utility across from his energy-boosting, which would be difficult to fully maximize without the said adventurers.
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    Estelle 
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Loving Preacher
Beachside Preacher 
Voiced by: Minami Tanaka (Japanese), Tabitha St. Germain (English)
Alternate Element: Water [Summer]
Rarity: 3 [Regular], 4 [Summer]
Unit type: Healing [Regular], Support [Summer]
Weapon type: Staff [Regular], Wand [Summer]
Debut: Launch [Regular], A Splash of Adventure [Summer]

A preacher who believes the Prince to be a hedonistic criminal, but soon realizes the truth.

For the Summer, she puts on a swimsuit and goes to the beach.


Regular
  • The Cameo: Appears in Renee's Adventurer Story babysitting Pia and Maribelle.
  • Dangerously Short Skirt: For a preacher of the church, her skirt is really short... if she even wears one.
  • Dope Slap: Her preferred punishment. She calls it "the Loving Hand". Dragalia Life #97 shows that when it's applied to fiends, it becomes less of a dope slap and it's called "the Loveless Hand".
  • Ship Tease: Gets a fair amount with Euden. After realizing Euden's true character, she starts to have a crush on him.
  • She Is Not My Girlfriend: Genderflipped version. The kids around the castle tease her and call out her reddened face when Euden claimed he'll be upset if she leaves.
  • Tsundere: Of the sweet kind. While she often scolds the kids (and sometimes Euden), it's mostly justified. She would immediately apologize if she's the one at fault.

Summer

  • A-Cup Angst: Heavily implied in the first scene of her adventurer story. When she is considering buying a swimsuit, the shopkeeper mentions that Verica bought the same model - leading to Estelle imaging Verica mentioning that it's interesting how the same swimsuit looks "SO VERY DIFFERENT" on each of them. She then declines to buy the swimsuit, on the basis of not wanting anyone to compare her and Verica.
  • Dresses the Same: Chapter 1 of her story has her looking at three different bikinis and seeing Julietta, Verica and Celliera bought them. She doesn't buy the first one because it's ridiculously expensive, the second because it's for someone with a bigger bust, and the third because she'd be subjected to Training from Hell.
  • Guest-Star Party Member: For the first time, it's a character's alternate skin who's this for the "A Splash of Adventure" event. Building up friendship with her makes this version a permanent addition to the Adventurer collection.
  • Imagine Spot: In the first episode of her Adventurer Story, at the store, she imagines what would happen if she goes in a swimsuit that another fellow adventurer chose and meets with them. It goes from Julietta being boorish, Verica teasing her on their different bodies in the same swimsuit and Celliera putting her into a harsh workout regimen. Of course, it is all in her head so any talking downs is just her being self deprecating.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: She's unaware of Otherworld fragments until the "A Splash of Adventure" event.
  • Moral Guardians: She takes it upon herself to be this in Chapter 2 of her story.

    Felicia 
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Captivating Dancer
Voiced by: Sayaka Senbongi (Japanese), Kayley Wallas-Moyer (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Healing
Weapon type: Staff
Debut: A Waltz with Fate

A sylvan dancer who had been taken by the god of death Thanatos to dance for him until she was rescued by the dragon Phantom.


  • Bad Liar: Clicking on her on the home screen has her say this about herself.
    "I'm a terrible liar. Just TERRIBLE. I always make weird faces and get found out right away."
  • Barefoot Captives: Was one while being held by Thanatos.
  • Distracted by the Sexy: In her character story, she unintentionally dances to her chores as well, which causes the Prince and Cleo to slow down in their work and watch in awe of her movements, to their embarrassment. She then uses this in Chapter 5 - Before an Imperial Army squad can ambush the Halidom at night, Felicia distracts them with her dancing, allowing the Prince to ambush and kill them while their eyes are on her.
  • Dull Eyes of Unhappiness: To emphasize the distress Thanatos put on her, her eyes noticeably lack the sparkle of most other female units.
  • Guest-Star Party Member: Like other guest stars, she has a friendship meter that must be filled to make her a permanent addition to the roster.
  • Magical Barefooter: She is a healer who wears no shoes.
  • Nice Girl: Her kind and gentle personality are one of the reasons why she's able to befriend Phantom (since she's one of the of few characters that doesn't judge him by his appearance).
  • This Cannot Be!: She has this reaction when she comes home to find that Thanatos had destroyed her village after he had taken her into his realm.

    Fleur 
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Budding Artist
Voiced by: Yumiri Hanamori (Japanese), Christine Ivsak (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Dagger
Debut: The Hunt for Harmony

A budding Sylvan painter.


  • Bare Your Midriff: Like all Sylvans.
  • The Cameo: Makes one in Chelsea's Adventurer Story.
  • Dark Horse Victory: The main rivalry in Hunt for Harmony event's competition was between Luca, Laranoa, and Sylas. At the end of the story though, they realize how their wishes wouldn't be as beneficial and let Fleur win the contest and get her wish to leave home and study human art.
  • Eccentric Artist: Skits in Dragalia Life show her to be this.
    • In #86, she draws Euden and Ranzal in a pose for three hours and the finished work is some sort of shaped shadow in agony titled "Chaos Unbound".
    • In #173, she praises Cleo's drawing of a "piggy" but when the latter clarifies that it was Euden, Fleur art shifts as she praises it more intensely.
  • Injured Vulnerability:
    • Her first skill does extra damage to paralyzed enemies.
    • Her final Mana Circle grants her Paralyzed Punisher.
  • The Paralyzer: Her kit involves not only paralyzing opponents but doing more damage to them while they're paralyzed. Her Captivating Canvas skill also has skill phases where the chances increase with each hit, with a Phase 3 attack healing the party when it connects.
  • Writer's Block: In her story, she wants to combine human and Sylvan art styles, but she's at a loss for how to do so.

    Fritz 
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Dagger Magnificence
Voiced by: Ryohei Kimura (Japanese), Daniel Doheny (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Dagger
Debut: Circus of Dreams

The knife thrower in Annelie's circus.


  • The Atoner: Fritz is not proud of his criminal past and specifically focuses on knife tricks is because he wants to turn a skill he once used to hurt to instead bring happiness.
  • Back-to-Back Badasses: The refined vestige for the "Dazzling Duet" wyrmprint has him and Vixel in this position when fiends attack the circus.
  • The Charmer: He's developed a talent for charming dissatisfied patrons out of their anger entirely when they come to complain after the show.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: How did Fritz become such an ace with knives? He used to kill people with them.
  • Improbable Aiming Skills: Fritz is capable of knocking other thrown daggers out of the air, pinning people to trees without cutting their skin, and hanging up laundry with throwing knives. And he can do it all with his eyes closed.
  • Knife Nut: Moreso than most dagger wielders, as his whole circus act is based around them.
  • Knife-Throwing Act: He specializes in this circus act.
  • Reformed Criminal: He used to be a bandit until he had been taken in by the circus and given a new life.

    Hanabusa 
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Hinomotoan Dancer
Voiced by: Takuya Sato (Japanese), Lee Shorten (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Blade
Debut: New Years Tiding A Clawed Caper

A talented but extremely neurotic dancer who serves under Mitsuhide.


  • Adorkable: Alberian women apparently find his anxiety to be very cute, much to Mitsuhide's and his own confusion.
  • The Berserker: Hanabusa isn't much better at handling his anger than he is his fear.
  • Calling Your Bathroom Breaks: He does this in Chapter 1 of his story when his nerves get the best of him again and he needs the nearest latrine to Ranzal's dismay.
  • Chick Magnet: He's quite baffled by this, as he was generally a laughing stock back in Hinomoto.
  • Comical Angry Face: Rather than his default art, Hanabusa's battle portrait is basically rage guy comic in a Hime Cut.
  • Cornered Rattlesnake: If you push him hard enough, Hanabusa goes from anxious wreck to raging berserker. Mitsuhide regularly weaponizes this by needling him in the middle of battles they're having trouble with.
  • Dance Battler: He's a dancer by trade, and all his skills are based on dance. His S1, Dance of Blades, changes form and gets stronger each time it hits, as well as charging faster.
  • Flash Step: He does this to a larger fiend in Chapter 2 before cutting it down.
  • Guest-Star Party Member: He serves as this to New Years Tidings A Clawed Caper. He requires the usual 500 friendship points to be made a permanent addition.
  • Horrifying the Horror: His flipping out in Chapter 1 is enough to make fiends freak out from the sudden mood shift.
  • Magic Dance: His main skill, though he's often too nervous to make the best use of it.
  • Nervous Wreck: As a result of years of his family's lofty expectations of him.
  • Paper Tiger: Hanabusa "looks perfect" and is an absolute ace on paper, but crumbles under the slightest bit of pressure. But, like many Paper Tigers, he also doubles as a Cornered Rattlesnake.
  • Screaming Warrior: To the point of incoherence if you rile him up enough.
  • Weakness Turns Her On: His new fans in Alberia aren't at all shy to admit this is why they're into him.
    Hee hee. Isn't that cute? It makes me want to, like, protect him from the evils of the world!
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    Hildegarde 
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Devout Oracle
Rosy Saint 
Voiced by: Maaya Sakamoto (Japanese), Mavis Ada (English)
Alternate Element: Flame [Valentine's]
Rarity: 5 [Regular, Valentine's]
Unit type: Healing [both]
Weapon type: Staff [both]
Debut: Launch [Regular], Ardent Admirers [Valentine's]

A senior priestess who is compelled to join the Prince through a vision from the goddess.

For Valentine's, she dresses up a bit.


Regular
  • Activist Fundamentalist Antics: Hildegarde takes religion very seriously and expects everyone else to as well.
    Hildegarde: There is no excuse to neglect prayer, no matter the time or place. Now kneel!
  • The Cameo: Appears in Tobias' Adventurer Story as one of the presiders of his trial.
  • Church Militant: She wouldn't be a good priestess if she couldn't purge the world of fiends, now would she?
  • The Fundamentalist: Convinced that any sort of pleasure is a sinful indulgence and regularly berates others in the castle for their perceived vices.
  • Gradual Regeneration: Her Sacred Guardian skill grants the party temporary healing over-time on top of a one-time shield.
  • No Sense of Humor: Mym has officially dubbed her Captain Funbane.
  • Parental Abandonment: Her parents dropped her off at an orphanage as a child and promised to return should she commit herself to the goddess. She did. They didn't. So now she puts her all into religion so she doesn't become like them. Or so she says. In reality, she still prays every night for them to return to her.
  • Pass the Popcorn: This is her reaction in Chapter 5 of Tobias's story when Elisanne bursts into his hearing along with character witnesses to keep him from being executed on charges of heresy.
  • Prayer Pose: Her illustration.
  • Reused Character Design: Her design is based on the Female Archbishop from Knights of Glory.
  • Sour Outside, Sad Inside: Her rigid humorlessness stems from serious abandonment issues and her desire to distract herself from painful memories of her parents.
  • Tranquil Fury: She says her shapeshifting Pre-Asskicking One-Liner in a calm tone, as a healer that's about to transform into a powerful dragon might.
    Hildegarde: You have exhausted my compassion.
  • Will Not Tell a Lie: She absolutely will not tell a lie, and becomes offended at any insinuation that she might do so.
    Hildegarde: Some time ago, the goddess appeared to me in a vision and commanded that I aid you, Prince.
    Ranzal: A "vision," eh? Sounds like a load'a bull.
    Hildegarde: ...Excuse me? How dare you insinuate I would...LIE! I swear it before the goddess herself, I never utter falsehoods!
  • You Need to Get Laid: A G-Rated version. Luca hopes that he might be able to get Hildegarde to loosen up on all the fire and brimstone teaching if he gives her a fancy dinner with a Cast Full of Pretty Boys to serve her every need for Dragonyule. While she does end up enjoying the night, it only serves to make her double down on the austerity the following day in order to balance things out.

Valentine's

  • Character Development: During the event, she's able to admit that her hatred of everything "frivolous" is unhealthy, and she makes a genuine effort to enjoy the holiday.
  • Hidden Buxom: Her Valentine's outfit reveals that underneath her prayer robes is a rather stacked priestess after changing outfits.
  • Wanting Is Better Than Having: In her Valentine's character story, she and the main characters find out the whereabouts of her parents, but she refuses to meet them, saying that the way she wants it to play out involves her parents coming for her, not the other way around.

    Hope 
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Knight at Heart
Budding Templar 
Voiced by: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (Japanese), Travis Turner (English) (formerly credited as Don Matthews)
Alternate Element: Wind [Templar]
Rarity: 3 [Regular], 4 [Templar]
Unit type: Healing [Regular], Defense [Templar]
Weapon type: Staff [Regular], Sword [Templar]
Debut: Launch [Regular], Paragons of Piety [Templar]

A priest-in-training with dreams of becoming a knight, so much that he often ignores his priestly duties.

He finally gets to be a Templar when the perditionist faction of the Ilian Church was recruiting and waived the entrance exam.


Regular

Templar

  • Breaking Old Trends: He is the first non-limited 4* Adventurer to have his first ability be a resistance.
    • He is also the first non-Gala Adventurer to have more than one status resistance that can both go 100%.
  • Combat Medic: One of the few adventurers to provide healing to the team without wielding a staff, his first skill applies a defense buff to the whole team, which also triggers his unlockable passive which applies a regeneration effect to the whole team whenever his own defense gets a boost. At the same time, he can deal reasonable damage as a sword wielder.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: Played for laughs in Dragalia Life #219 that because he's still both a priest and knight, he's wearing two different shoes; one from his priest outfit and the other from his Templar outfit. He attributes it to the goddess Ilia saying "You do you, buddy!".
  • Pursue the Dream Job: He now as well follows the path of a knight as a Templar, a new step on his way to be the next Heavenwingnote .

    Irfan 
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Mammonist Mercenary
Voiced by: Ayumu Murase (Japanese), Matt Hill (as Chip Bailey) (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Dagger
Debut: Launch

A highly skilled mercenary whose price is equally as high.


  • Fighting for a Homeland: The reason he is a mercenary is to gain money to purchase land for his nomadic people to settle down on due to rising intensity of fiends. As the son of the chief, he takes it upon himself to do it to guard his people's pride to not rely on free handouts.
  • Friend to All Children: He is more than happy to help Pia and Lowen with shopping in Dragalia Life #149. Elisanne is initially suspicious because he doesn't do anything for free... And he doesn't. But the only payment he asks for from them is a flower wreath and a piece of candy, which the kids are more than happy to provide. This improves Elisanne's opinion of him significantly.
  • Hidden Heart of Gold: Despite his efforts to seem like a heartlessly greedy mercenary, his allies note that he'll give them some advice to keep anyone from being hurt. It turns out that his greed is really a front for helping his people without insulting their pride.
  • Only in It for the Money: Offers his services to the highest bidder, and expects the prince to pay off his fees in full during his Adventure Story. He does have his reasons for this.

    Julietta 
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Timorous Paladyn
Paladyn in Paradise 
Voiced by: Ai Kayano (Japanese), Kelly Davidson (English)
Alternate Element: Water [Summer]
Rarity: 5 [both]
Unit type: Defense [Regular], Attack [Summer]
Weapon type: Axe [both]
Debut: Launch [Regular], A Splash of Adventure [Summer]

A talented Paladyn who is outwardly confident but secretly scares easily, whether it's by fiend attacks or by trying to impress veteran Paladyn Elisanne.

For the summer, instead of going to her family's estate, she puts on a swimsuit to mingle with Elisanne.


Regular
  • Ambiguously Gay: Julietta's admiration of Elisanne is awfully intense, even for hero-worship. Becomes even less ambiguous in her summer variation, as her Adventurer Story opens with her watching Elly from afar, commenting on how she's even more beautiful than the sun and worrying about how to help her enjoy this vacation to the fullest.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her outfit exposes hers.
  • The Cameo:
    • Appears in Gala Elisanne's Adventurer Story.
    • Appears in Tobias' Adventurer Story to tell Elisanne that his trial got moved up to an earlier time.
    • Appears in Catherine's Adventurer Story.
  • Girly Bruiser: She's even a bit annoyed that the weapon she's most proficient with isn't cuter.
  • Heroic Lineage: She's descended from a long line of very prestigious Paladyns. This has led her to develop a huge Inferiority Superiority Complex, terrified of not meeting people's expectations of what she should be and has become hyperconscious of every faux pas she makes, no matter how small or entirely imagined.
  • Hero-Worshipper: Julietta really looks up to Elisanne and wants her approval, and stresses out over the possibility of embarrassing herself in front of her.
  • Inelegant Blubbering: Her facade eventually cracks, with an especially tough battle driving her to tears and revealing to all just how much of a nervous wreck she is.
  • Inferiority Superiority Complex: Julietta puts up a brave front, but she's frequently terrified of letting down the people who depend on her.
  • The Lancer: More in the trope sense, she's this in Gala Elisanne's story.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Despite being classified as a defense adventurer, she's capable of dishing out a lot of damage while being incredibly tanky at the same time. She has a Slayer's Strength passive means she can build up her damage for every 5 enemies killed in the quest and her Glorious Guard and her Last Recovery passives mean she wouldn't be dying a lot (not only that, but her Glorious Guard also gives her knockback resistance when maxed out), and her skill cost for Impending Sky is low enough that she can build it up easily and spam it like crazy. The only thing holding her back is the axe's slow attack animations, but this is offset by her natural tankiess and being able to deal a lot of damage at the same time. However, as time has gone on and more and more powerful adventurers have been released she has since fallen into more of a Stone Wall thanks to her rather middling damage, she also significantly struggles outside of Wave-based content due to the lack of the additional strength bonus her ‘strikers strength’ gives.
  • Socially Awkward Hero: She may have the strength to slay a hundred men, but she can't get through a basic conversation without stumbling over her words, developing debilitating stomachaches, accidentally insulting someone, or literally running away in terror.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: Julietta is always ready to let everyone know exactly what she's thinking by vehemently insisting there's no way she could be thinking that very specific thing.
  • You Are Not Alone: Her story finishes with the cast telling her this, as they all get scared in battle.

Summer

  • Boobs-and-Butt Pose: Her portrait has her in this pose. It's a bit justifiable since she is swimming and the angle when looking at her.
  • Flower in Her Hair: Wears a flower with her swimsuit.
  • Gone Horribly Right: Played for laughs in Dragalia Life #132 when, in her hurry to protect Elisanne from the heat, she ends up putting her in even more layers which would give her heatstroke instead.
  • Kiss of Life: After rescuing Elisanne from drowning, Julietta prepares to administer CPR... and then predictably freaks out when she realizes that she's technically about to kiss her crush while she's unconscious. Elisanne winds up waking up moments before their lips touch, and Julietta handles it in typically Julietta fashion.
    Elisanne: Did you...save me? I'm sorry, I must have worried you terribly for you to be studying me at such close proximity.
    Julietta: Y-yes, I was merely looking for signs of life! CERTAINLY not on the verge of giving you mouth-to-mouth! And besides, I didn't save you, it was... Ummm... A mermaid! Yes, that's it. A mermaid leaped from the ocean waves and saved you. And that's that, so let's just go back and forget any of this ever happened!
  • Serious Business: She becomes so intense during the game of volleyball that she wins the game entirely by herself, and is horrified when she realizes that Elisanne never even got to touch the ball.
  • Won't Take "Yes" for an Answer: Julietta is completely incapable of accepting that Elisanne is actually having a good time with her, eventually breaking down after she's convinced herself that she's ruined Elisanne's entire holiday with her antics.
  • Weaponized Ball: Her first skill has her spike a beach ball at her enemies.

    Linus 
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Bantam Hero
Voiced by: Yuuma Uchida (Japanese), Arneham Keefe (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Defense
Weapon type: Axe
Debut: Launch

A short mercenary.


  • Big Eater: Matches Ranzal in horfing down dinner servings.
  • But Now I Must Go: In his final Adventurer Story, he leaves the town he was protecting after beating the last of the thugs.
  • Bully Hunter: Hunts down thugs who pick on people in his hometown.
  • Drop the Hammer: The first vestige of the "Moonlight Party" wyrmprint has him pounding mochi with Linnea turning it.
  • Height Angst: Has a complex with his height.
  • Scarf of Asskicking: Wears a nice long red scarf.

    Lucretia 
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Songstress of the Century
Voiced by: Ai Kakuma (Japanese), kurokumo (Singing voice), Megan Blythe Stewart (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Wand
Debut: An Enchanted Ensemble

A superstar singer and former member of the Harmonia Choir, who also proves to be skilled in martial arts as well as musical.


  • Beautiful Singing Voice: Being a great singer is how she earned her epithet.
  • Critical Hit Class: Her Mana Spiral turns her into this with Crescendo Chorus giving increased Critical Rate.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: Chapter 2 of her story has her filling the kitchen with smoke, turning the pot black cause she turned the heat on too high to cook the meat. She then puts in too much bubblegrass in the laundry making too many bubbles and slips. She then tries to clean the floor, but then she spills a bucket of water and knocks over a vase, breaking it. Cleo forbids her from doing chores in the castle ever again.
  • Kick Them While They Are Down: She has Broken Punisher, which raises her damage against bosses during their Broken period up to 30%. Her mana spiral increases this to 35%.
  • Lethal Chef: Lucretia has this line in the Halidom if you click on her.
    "Why DOES everything I try to cook end up exploding...?"
    • This gets played up for laughs in “That Special Day Part 2” when she and Melody manage to blow up the oven cooking bread!
  • Lost in Character: Her Adventurer Stories involve her suddenly abandoning her singing career because of something like this. She feels so much pressure to fulfill audience expectations as "the songstress of the century" that she's scared there's going to be no more room in her life for herself.
  • Magic Music: Her songs are charged with magic that also energizes her allies. Empowering Triplet not only attacks the enemies in a cone, but increases energy by one stage. Her mana spiral allows it to give two energy charges and increased critical damage.
  • Musical Chores: Dragalia Life #37 has her and Elisanne getting into this, only for Cleo to yell at them when they've mopped the same spot for an hour.

    Malka 
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Golden Armorer
Voiced by: Katsuyuki Konishi (Japanese), Brad Swaile (as John Bradford) (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Lance
Debut: Launch

An armorer who wears a shining gold plate. Despite being ostentatious, he fights to prove that his armor is fully functional as well.


  • Awesome, but Impractical: In-universe, his solid gold armor shines radiantly and is more or less a wearable wall against forms of magic. However, seeing as how gold is a very weak metal, it offers next to nothing when it comes to defending himself against physical attacks.
  • Bling of War: He wears bright gold armor into battle. Dragalia Life #157 has him wanting to put it on Taro's armor, much to his chagrin.
  • The Cameo:
    • Appears in Gala Ranzal's Adventurer Story, being the one who made his armor.
    • Appears in Renee's Adventurer Story, accidentally inspiring her to experience other things to improve her blacksmithing.
  • My Greatest Failure: Chapter 5 of his story shows his reason for wanting to make stronger armor has to do with one of the first pieces he made. It involved a child soldier who was given strong armor, but it was blown apart by magic, killing him.
  • Reality Ensues: His gold armor is very resistant to magical attacks but as Ranzal demonstrates, gold is a very soft metal and buckles easily under normal attacks. It also gleams brightly, which makes him stand out to other people and makes him a target for fiends.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: With Ranzal concerning how he treats his armor. Malka thinks he's just being utterly reckless with it until he sees him throwing himself as a shield to protect the group from fiends that softens his opinion on him.
  • Ultimate Blacksmith: He seeks to become this with making strong armor. While he's made it possible to No-Sell magic, he's yet to make a suit impervious to conventional weapons. He's also the one to make Ranzal's new armor in his Gala Ranzal storyline to make it not only strong on the battlefield, but also still look presentable at formal events.

    Malora 
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Alluring Sniper
Lady Starfall 
Voiced by: Ayako Kawasumi (Japanese), Mavis Ada (English)
Rarity: 3 [Regular], 5 [Dragonyule]
Unit type: Support [Regular], Attack [Dragonyule]
Weapon type: Bow [Regular], Axe [Dragonyule]
Debut: Launch [Regular], Dragonyule Defenders 2 [Dragonyule]

An alluring sniper who gets men to do what she wants with her looks.

For Dragonyule, she dresses up.


Regular
"Honestly, this is like dealing with children. Who makes a contest out of MARRIAGE?"

Dragonyule

  • Boobs-and-Butt Pose: She's in this pose for her portrait.
  • Bounty Hunter: Is this for the sake of women scorned.
  • Distressed Damsel: Gets captured in her Adventurer Story.
  • Even the Girls Want Her: Malora promises a Dragonyule date to anyone who manages to bring the conman she's seeking to her. After evading the men chasing him, the conman decides to chat up a noblewoman and make her his new mark... Only to discover she's just as eager to turn him in to earn herself a night with Malora as all the guys are.
  • Insistent Terminology: She's Lady Starfall, not Saint.
  • Sexy Santa Dress: Her Lady Starfall outfit made from a collaborative effort by Annelie, Vanessa, and Althemia.

    Mitsuhide 
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Leader of the Mouse Clan
Voiced by: Sakura Tange (Japanese), Brenna O'Brien (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Dagger
Debut: New Years Tiding A Clawed Caper

The leader of the Mouse Wyrmclan.


  • Animal Motif: Mice of course. She has a mouse name Bonnie on her head, has big mouse ears and one of her attacks is called Mouse's Revenge.
  • Crocodile Tears: She does this to Euden in Chapter 4 by almost getting him to look for her mouse Bonnie until Jurota tells him that the mouse is in her room, foiling her plan to win the game of "Uprising."
  • Ear Ache: She gets this from not just her retainers but also Nobunaga.
  • Eastern Zodiac: She's the leader of the Mouse Clan, which falls into 2020 being the Year of the Rat.
  • Gender Flip: Historically Mitsuhide Akechi was male, but here she's female. Justified in that the leader of the Mouse Clan is named so regardless of gender.
  • Historical In-Joke: A lot of her quotes make reference to her historical namesake's Honnoji Insurrection. In-Universe, it also boils down to the first Mitsuhide having betrayed the first Nobunaga.
  • Named After Someone Famous: In this case, she's named after Mitsuhide Akechi.
  • The Paralyzer: Mouse's Revenge can put paralysis on her target. She also has Paralyzed Punisher which increases damage to paralyzed opponents up to 30%.
  • Power at a Price: As the head of a Wyrmclan, her lifespan has been shortened.
  • Rain of Something Unusual: Mouse's Revenge has her pour down several mice on her target, racking up 12 hits.
  • Shockwave Stomp: Calamity Drop deals massive damage by how high the combo counter is and buffs her attack rate for 10 seconds. At 5 hits minimum, it only gives 5% damage but at 30 hits, that damage increases to 50% extra.
  • Sleepyhead: She'd rather spend the day sleeping away. Chapter 2 has it influence the Halidom to the point that Yachiyo is sleeping away as well. She can even sleep through Elisanne screaming in her ear.
  • Spot of Tea: Chapter 1 of her story has her and Nobunaga having tea at Ieyasu's palace.
  • The Usurper: She pulls this on Euden in her story, taking control of the Halidom. By Chapter 3, half the Halidom has thrown in with her.

    Odetta 
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Wanderlust Incarnate
Wandering Spider 
Voiced by: Madoka Yonezawa (Japanese), Cassandra Fan (Regular, English), Samantha Hum (Halloween, English)
Alternate Element: Water [Halloween]
Rarity: 4 [both]
Unit type: Attack [Regular], Support [Halloween]
Weapon type: Sword [both]
Debut: Thunder and Splender [Regular], Halloween Fantasia 2 [Halloween]

A wandering traveler in search of new worlds, she's known for her forward-thinking attitude.

For Halloween, she dresses in an outfit she saw herself wear in a dream.


Regular
  • The Cameo: She appears in Peony's Adventurer Story.
  • Combat Medic: Her gameplay is like this. While this isn't new in Dragalia (since there are some staff users that have an offensive second skill, in addition, their first skill as healing), she is one of the few non-staff adventurers that have a capacity to heal nearby teammates as well as boosting their attack at the same time. She's versatile to function either as a main damage dealer or a support role (or both).
  • Cuteness Proximity: Much like Elisanne, she's quite fond of cute things.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Dragalia Life #75 shows that she gets along well with animals.
  • Safety in Indifference: Odetta treats everything in her life as transient, save for her own stalwart, unchanging nature. So when she realizes that she's starting to get attached to the Halidon and its residents, she goes through an existential crisis.
  • Shaping Your Attacks: Her first skill has her launch bird shape attacks.
    • Her Halloween version launches bats.
  • Walking the Earth: She had spent her time looking for “new worlds” in her travels. It's when she leaves the Halidom that she realizes that she actually misses it and comes back, not realizing she's found a new world and home.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: She originally came from a noble home until her parents died. Her servants had looted the place and a rival house drove her from the land. Inverted at the end of her story when she realizes she has a place to come back to in the Halidom.

Halloween

    Peony 
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Sweet Dream
Voiced by: Azumi Waki (Japanese), Ryan Bartley (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Wand
Debut: Fire Emblem: Kindred Ties

A ljósálfar from Ljósálfheimr, the realm of dreams. Peony wants nothing more than to give good dreams to all, and enjoys playing with others.

For tropes pertaining to her original appearance in Fire Emblem Heroes, refer to this page.


  • Children Are Innocent: She loves this trope in Chapter 1 of her story.
    "Oh, but I love the purity of children! They don't doubt the existence of ljósálfar, or their ability to dream. I'm happy they remembered me..."
  • Dream Weaver: Her powers shown in her Adventurer Story to help the Halidom fight a fiend in the Dream Land.
  • Guest Fighter: Comes from Fire Emblem Heroes.
  • Nonstandard Character Design: She equips wands, but is always shown wielding her Flower of Joy.
  • Our Fairies Are Different: She is a Ljósálfar, a fairy with domain over good dreams. She's also gigantic, being human-sized, compared to Notte.
  • Secret A.I. Moves: Has several skillsnote  she can use as a boss, but not as a playable adventurer.
  • Sexy Backless Outfit: Her clothing exposes her backside.
  • Stepford Smiler: Chapter 3 of her story has her confessing to Pipple that she remembers each dream she helps everyone to be happy yet she's lonely.
  • Support Party Member: She is built to support her Light element teammates, with strength buffs, defense buffs, life shields, and an additional +20% damage boost for any light-attuned adventurers.
  • Winged Humanoid: She has butterfly-like wings that are not connected to her body.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Wears Grade A black stockings.

    Raemond 
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Loyal Servant
Voiced by: Fumihiko Tachiki (Japanese), Samuel Vincent (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Sword
Debut: Launch

A knight who was once in the service of King Aurelius. He comes out of retirement and enters Euden's service when he hears of the king's madness, vowing to correct his liege's course.


  • *Crack!* "Oh, My Back!": Happens during his stories. In the first, after showing off to the Prince at what he can do, out of sight of everyone he complains of his back. In the third, he hurts his back when trying to swing Ranzal's axe. In both instances, despite the pain, he soldiers on. Dragalia Life #201 has him trying to get Albert to electrocute him the same way he did Ryozen, but misses.
  • Death by Cameo: His Alternate Self from the dark future timeline appears in Audric's Adventurer Story and performs a Heroic Sacrifice.
  • Old Soldier: He's one of the oldest units in the game who's willing to show age is just a number.
  • This Looks Like a Job for Aquaman: Raemond isn't a bad adventurer per se, as his first skill that can inflict stun is relatively useful. However, in Shadow Imperial Onslaught where he's specifically designed for this quest, he is easily Overshadowed by Awesome by other light adventurers made for this node where area of effect attacks are very important while most of Raemond's damage is single-target focused. His usefulness, however, skyrocketed during the Dream Big Under the Big Top event where the Master level difficulty of the challenge quest was introduced where his ability to stun the boss shines. Some players who were unlucky to get either Annelie and Fritz (both of whom have stun abilities) from the gacha ended up investing on him instead for the Master level challenge quest since as a Sword user, he's able to drain the Overdrive gauge relatively easily and stun the boss at the same time. When the Void Manticore was introduced, his usefulness skyrocketed further when a 5* Void Light Sword was introduced that synergize well with his kit (since the said sword has a passive that deals bonus damage against stunned enemies and one of best strategies to defeat the Void Manticore is stunning him).
  • Undying Loyalty: Gave this to King Aurelius when he saved him long ago.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Played for laughs in Dragalia Life #201 when he tries to "accidentally" get fried by one of Albert's lightning bolts to cure his aching back.

    Rawn 
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Wild Hunter
Voiced by: Yūki Kaji (Japanese), Jeremy George (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Bow
Debut: Launch

A wild child who joins the prince by recommendation of his animal friends.


  • Dub Name Change: In Japan, he's named "Uruga."
  • Friend to All Living Things: He's always surrounded by animals, being raised by them himself.
  • Injured Vulnerability: His ability "Stunned Punisher" lets him do an additional 20% damage to enemies who get stunned i.e. Rawn's 2nd skill at lv. 2, "Critter Slayer".
  • Kindhearted Simpleton: He's has a hard time understanding human interactions since he was raised by animals throughout his life, but he's pretty easy to get along.
  • Nice Guy: Rawn is the most pleasant guy to easily befriend, as he's a guy that likes to make new friends.
  • Reused Character Design: His design is based on the Male Ranger from Knights of Glory.
  • Third-Person Person: He refers to himself in the third person in a Tarzan-like manner.
  • This Looks Like a Job for Aquaman: Rawn is known to have a very lackluster kit for a bow user that suffered from the original bad design for bow users (have a Force Strike centric kit). However, the built-in stun of his second skill when maxed out made him incredibly useful in Void Manticore fight where crowd control on the boss is crucial.

    Ryozen 
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Dormant Demon
Voiced by: Hidekatsu Shibata (Japanese), Conor Hogan (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Defense
Weapon type: Lance
Debut: Launch

An old man who wants peace.


  • Badass Preacher: He was the archbishop of the Ilian Church.
  • Barefoot Sage: A wise old man who doesn't wear shoes but wrappings on his feet.
  • The Cameo: Appears in Nevin's Adventurer Story during the time before the Shadewolves were destroyed by the Dyrenell Empire.
  • Covered with Scars: His portrait shows his body having scars.
  • Friendly Fire: On the receiving end from Albert's lightning in Dragalia Life #74. On the plus side, it cured his backache.
  • Regenerating Health: He has Healing Doublebuff which grants him this trope that heals him for 2/3% of his health every 4 seconds for 20 seconds each time he gets a defense buff.
  • Reused Character Design: His design is based on the Male Lawyer from Knights of Glory.

    Sharena 
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Princess of Askr
Voiced by: Maaya Uchida (Japanese), Julie Maddalena (Credited as Julie Kliwer) (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Defense
Weapon type: Lance
Debut: Fire Emblem: Kindred Ties

The Princess of Askr and Alfonse's sister. She comes to the Dragalia world to rescue her kidnapped brother.

For tropes pertaining to her original appearance in Fire Emblem Heroes, refer to this page.


    Sha Wujing 
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Deadly Tactician
Voiced by: Yuki Tai (Japanese), David Kaye (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Attack
Weapon Type: Lance
Debut: Timeworn Torment

A follower of Xuan Zang who expresses interest in Qilin relics.


  • Adaptation Species Change: Instead of a celestial being turned into a river demon he is human here.
  • Butt-Monkey: In his Adventurer Story he often gets the short end of the stick. The 1st episode of his Adventurer Story has him get cut down by Laxi, a Robot Girl, each time he attempts to disassemble her. At the end of his 2nd, he attempts to persuade Laxi to let him disassemble her but he was shot down by Cleo, both figuratively and literally. Then there are the episodes with the Quirky Qilin Sealer Jiang Ziya where first he gets swept away by a flood from a Qilin relic and then second he goes through harsh training with her.
  • Chekhov's Skill: In chapter 2 of his Adventurer Story, he used his experience as a public servant judging soil quality to devise a way to cause a landslide on a hill where Dyrenell soldiers were on.
  • Creepy Good: His expressions and behavior don't have him appear to be somebody you would likely be comfortable around. Nevertheless, he isn't a bad guy.
  • Hidden Weapons: He carries on him weapons that he designed himself.
  • I Fight for the Strongest Side: Chapter 3 of his story has Zhu Bajie tell how back in Taiwu he switched sides from being with the rebels to being with the dynasty, mainly cause they had better funding for his experiments.
  • Keep It Foreign: The game uses the Pinyin reading of his name while in Japanese it goes by Gojo.
  • Monkey King Lite: He is based on the character Sha Wujing a.k.a. Sandy.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: Like Sylas before him, he uses the female lance-wielder animations despite being male.
  • Training from Hell: Chapter 5 has him go through this courtesy of Jiang Ziya when he wants to be her student starting with standing on a platform eroding over lava.
  • True Craftsman: He would do anything to make weapons. During the rebellion in Taiwu 10 years ago he defected from the rebels to the government just to make weapons.

    Vixel 
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Musical Maestro
Voiced by: Kaito Ishikawa (Japanese), Peter New (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Healing
Weapon type: Staff
Debut: An Enchanted Ensemble

A former member of the Harmonia Choir who turned to conducting them when he aged out of the group.


  • Big Brother Mentor: He tries to be one to Elias, as he had gone through exactly what Elias is facing now. Euden also later comes to regard him as one.
  • Chick Magnet: Apparently gets propositioned by women quite often between concerts.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Vixel is reluctant to speak about the window of time from when he dropped out of choir to when he became a conductor, and the few details he does divulge suggest that his activities during that time may have been criminal.
  • Informed Ability: Mentions that he's a pretty good swordsman, but since he's a staff-using Adventurer in gameplay, we don't get to see this in action.
  • Magic Music: Both his skills are music-based.
  • My Greatest Failure: Although proud of what he's accomplished as a conductor, he has clear regrets that he turned and ran from singing when his voice changed.
  • Overshadowed by Awesome: Eventually admits that it wasn't really his voice changing that led him to leave the choir, but rather Lucretia entering it and completely overshadowing him as a singer. Even now, he's reluctant to conduct her concerts because he finds her talent intimidating.
  • Super Senses: Vixel's affinity for sound goes beyond perfect pitch and into echolocation.

    Wu Kong 
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Novice Sealer
As an NPC 
Voiced by: Chihiro Suzuki (Japanese), Brian Doe (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Dagger
Debut: Echoes of Antiquity [NPC], Timeworn Torment [Regular]

Xuan Zang's student who became the first human sealer.

For Qitian Dasheng tropes, see the Antagonists section


  • Adaptational Species Change: Unlike most tellings of Journey to the West, he's human in this one.
  • All the Other Reindeer: His story has him tell Luca that no matter how hard he trains or how many relics he seals away, he'll never be accepted in Qilin society because he's a human.
  • Artifact Domination: He becomes possessed by the Jin Gu Er during Echoes of Antiquity, which turns him into Qitian Dasheng, his Superpowered Evil Side.
  • Breaking Old Trends: Wu Kong broke a number of trends that previous raid characters had followed.
    • He joins as a 5-star adventurer instead of being a 4-star adventurer.
    • He can gain total immunity to a status ailment while past raid characters could only get 50% without a Mana Spiral or wyrmprints.
    • His Mana Nodes are unlocked by using an event item called Wu Kong's Conviction instead of using mana and materials, although his Mana Nodes can be unlocked the usual way if the event items are unavailable.
  • Disc-One Nuke: Wu Kong can unlock all of his Mana Nodes using just the event items from Timeworn Torment. This makes it much easier to fully upgrade Wu Kong than other characters since the last set of Mana Nodes usually requires a ton of Eldwater and rare materials like Champion's Testaments to unlock them, making him a very strong adventurer for beginning players.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: His upper clothing is two-toned with red on his left while a white-ish pallet on the right and keeps at his waist a bag on the left. His Adventurer self adds armor, a gauntlet on his right hand, and a spaulder on his left.
  • Flying on a Cloud: He's reintroduced to the story by crashing into the Halidom on one of these, the Jindou Yun, a Qilin relic.
  • Guest-Star Party Member: He requires 500 friendship to permanently join during the Timeworn Torment event.
  • Keep It Foreign: The English translation uses the Mandarin reading of his name rather than the Japanese one (Goku) to indicate he's from Tai Wu rather than Hinomoto.
  • Monkey King Lite:
    • Himself being a student of Xuan Zang and not to mention all the things he does during the Echoes of Antiquity event.
    • His return in Timeworn Torment makes him a bit more like his namesake sans the possession from before. In-story he has the Jindou Yun, can attack with the Ruyi Jingu Bang and wears the Jin Gu Er.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: In the literal sense, destroying the Jin Gu Er so Xuan Zang can't seal Mei Hou Wang back into it unknowingly releases the fiend's memories and his power.
  • Oh, Crap!: He knows that when Xuan Zang is smiling, he's in for a bad time.
  • Promoted to Playable: A year after his debut, he made the jump from NPC to raid boss to recruitable ally.
  • Telescoping Staff: His 1st skill, "Ruyi Jingu Bang", Skill Shift mechanic has his Simple Staff attack lengthen and do more damage after each hit until the inevitable reset.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has green hair

    Xiao Lei 
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Boundless Arithmetician
Voiced by: Yuu Serizawa (Japanese), Becky Bright (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Wand
Debut: Springtime Spree

An arithmetician from Peng Lai. After meeting her while traveling, the Prince asks her to come to the Halidom to help with the finances.


  • But Not Too Foreign: Rather than being a native of Taiwu like Lin You, Xiao Lei (along with Su Fang and Ku Hai) is a Taiwu-descended Alberian who grew up in Alberia's Friendly Local Taiwu Town, Peng Lai.
  • Good with Numbers: As an arithmetician, she likes to solve math problems. One of those problems in her story is just how high does the sky go, using the height of the Halidom as her unit measurement.
  • Ludicrous Precision: In Dragalia Life #188, she slices a cake for each and every person in the Halidom that Luca gets a candle sized slice.
  • Mouthful of Pi: One of her home screen quotes has her challenge the other adventurers with her to recite as many digits as possible. Her speech bubble goes up to 3.141592653 before it cuts off.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: She is an arithmetician who wears glasses.

    Yachiyo 
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Peerless Duelist
Voiced by: Sayuri Hara (Japanese), Caitlyn Bairstow (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Blade
Debut: Beauty in Motion

A female samurai who wants to win 1000 duels.


  • Boobs of Steel: She has a large pair of breasts and has defeated 900+ warriors in her journeys.
  • The Cameo: Appears in Chapter 2 of Mitsuhide's Adventurer Story to challenge her to a duel.
  • Challenge Seeker: Chapter 5 shows that she's changed her perception of duels. In Cleo's case, beating her in meal prep by chopping onions faster than her. In Ranzal's case, she challenges him to an eating contest.
  • The Dreaded: After winning 900 duels to the death most warriors would flee from the sight of her.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: Wears a single sode (spaulder) on her left shoulder, the right side of her kimono is unworn and her hair decs are off-centered on both sides of her head as well as having more on the left side.
  • Flower in Her Hair: Her hair decs are in the shape of flowers.
  • Keigo: Her Japanese voice speaks in this method befitting a samurai. (The English version, on the other hand, goes in the complete opposite direction and rather jarringly has her talk like a redneck.)
  • Injured Vulnerability: Has the Paralyzed Punisher ability in her final Mana Circle. She also has Paralysis = User Strength which buffs her strength when she paralyzes someone.
  • Killing Intent: Chapter 4 has her give one of these just from drawing her sword.
  • The Only One Allowed to Defeat You: Her Chapter 1 has Euden do this to her by saying until he duels her, she’s forbidden from dueling anyone else.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: Her sleeping about in Mitsuhide's Chapter 2 shows how her own laziness is influencing the Halidom.
  • The Paralyzer: Her first skill Blossom Flash can inflict it.
  • Reused Character Design: Her design is based on the Female Kengo from Knights of Glory.
  • Sarashi: Wears one but even that doesn't keep down her ample breasts.
  • To Be a Master: Wants to be the greatest swordsman by winning 1000 duels. By the time she met the prince, she had already 900.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Subverted in Dragalia Life #102, where she's revealed to be quite fond of hair decs... for their unexpected stabbing utility.
    Let's line 'em up by their pain factor!

    Zhu Bajie 
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Indebted General
Voiced by: Taiten Kusunoki (Japanese), Brian Drummond (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Ax
Debut: Timeworn Torment

A follower of Xuan Zang who is greatly indebted to her.


  • Adaptation Species Change: Instead of a celestial being turned boar demon he is human here.
  • Character Narrator: In his Adventurer Story he narrates the circumstances and how he and Sha Wujing met Xuan Zang and why they decided to follow her.
  • Charged Attack: His Force Strikes works like the Monster Hunter collab Adventurers, it can charge up to three times.
  • First-Person Peripheral Narrator: In Radiant Xuan Zang's Adventurer Story, he tells Wu Kong how Xuan Zang got to bear the Xihe.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: From his Adventurer Story, it was his motivation in the past.
  • Keep It Foreign: The English version uses the Pinyin version of his name while the Japanese version keeps his name as Cho Hakkai.
  • Monkey King Lite: He is based on the character Zhu Bajie a.k.a. Piggsy. Unlike Piggsy, he is a foolishly courageous human who is (currently) Happily Married and a father.
  • Reassigned to Antarctica: In his Adventurer Story, after the rebellion that he was part of 10 years ago was quashed, the government made him get married and sent him off to guard a border town in the middle of nowhere.

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