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    Althemia 
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Timid Reasearcher
Diametric Vampire 
Voiced by: Kana Ueda (Japanese), Tabitha St. Germain (English)
Alternate element: Light (Halloween)
Rarity: 3 (regular), 4 (Halloween)
Unit type: Support (regular), Healing (Halloween)
Weapon type: Wand (regular), Staff (Halloween)

A timid Sylvan researcher who joins Euden's party for the chance to study his castle, which she believes to be both an incredible archeological find and a great source of magical study.

Her Halloween Version has Althemia in a cute vampire costume.


Regular Version's Tropes

  • Awesomeness by Analysis: Just by recognizing patterns in Fiend behavior, she's able to concoct and execute tactics that render them nearly helpless against her.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: Althemia has difficulty expressing herself and often either ends up insulting her peers or just shutting down entirely and running away.
  • Glass Cannon: She's one of the more frail adventurers of her type. However, her power and her skills allow her to output lots of damage if she's kept healthy.
  • Little Bit Beastly: A Sylvan.
  • Motor Mouth: She can talk for hours on end about her academic interests without pause, and not even notice the time. Outside of her comfort zone, however...
  • No Social Skills: Alternates between constant stuttering and insulting people, to her chagrin.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Has just her right eye exposed.
  • Who Wears Short Shorts?: She wears them.
    • Her Halloween costume has puffy bloomers.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Has Grade A with her shorts.
    • Her vampire costume stockings are Grade B held up by garter belts.

Halloween Version's Tropes

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    Berserker 
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Frenzied Warrior
Voiced by: Hiroki Yasumoto (Japanese), Justin Dominic (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Defense
Weapon type: Sword

A warrior who only feels alive when fighting.


  • Back-to-Back Badasses: The "Together We Stand" Wyrmprint has him in this pose with Ranzal.
  • The Berserker: Duh.
  • Blood Knight: Besides living for battle, one of his quotes in the character collection shows he welcomes the idea of fighting dragons.
  • Broken Bird: Sees himself as this: knowing nothing but battles all his life, he considers himself too broken to question this path or seeking another thing altogether.
  • Creepy Good: Outside of battle, Berserker is kind, humble and polite, helping others whenever he can both with his words and with his actions, and also asks for others to be healed before him when hurt.
  • The Faceless: His face is never revealed, being hidden away in his helmet, which he wears all the time.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Berserker loses all composure upon spotting a suitable opponent and is impossible to talk down from a fight. This leads to him screwing battles up for his allies in both his Adventurer story and in "The Terrible Trio."
    Aeleen: Hold on a minute, guys. There are three of us and a hundred of them. We shouldn't just rush headlong into bat—
    Berserker: MY WEAPON CRAVES BLOOD!
  • I Like Those Odds: Part 3 of the "Together We Stand" Wyrmprint has this quote from him while he and Ranzal are surrounded.
    Ranzal: We got company. Up for more, Berserker?
    Berserker: The tougher the odds, the greater the fun.
    Ranzal: Bwa ha ha! Why did I even ask?
  • Not Afraid to Die: Berserker is fully aware that his obsession will eventually get him killed—he just simply doesn't care.
  • Screaming Warrior: SCREAMS ALL OF HIS LINES IN CAPSLOCK whenever he speaks in a fight.

    Botan 
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Naginata Cutie
Voiced by: Aya Hirano (Japanese), Caitlyn Baristow (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Defense
Weapon type: Lance

A reckless naginata user from Hinomoto chasing after her friend Ieyasu.


  • Born Unlucky: The "Luck of the Draw" wyrmprint shows that her fortune for the next year is that she'll have bad luck.
  • Childhood Friends: With Ieyasu.
  • Damage Over Time: Her Petal Piercer skill inflicts Bleed on her enemies.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: She wears a thigh-high sock on one leg.
  • Fiery Redhead: She's a redheaded girl who's bursting with energy and determination.
  • Floral Theme Naming: A botan is a Japanese peony.
  • Foil: She's this to Elisanne, as both are lance wielding female characters who happen to be close to the leader they serve. While Elisanne still hold close to her own faith she was raised despite pulling a Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!, Botan tends to disregard most of the traditions in Hinomoto in order to save her childhood friend, Ieyasu.
  • Guest-Star Party Member: She joins your group for the "New Year's Tidings - Fortune from Afar" event. If you build your friendship enough with her, she can join you for good after the event's conclusion.
  • Lethal Chef: Both of her cooking attempts were terrible. The first time she didn't even bother to taste her food before serving it.
  • Naginatas Are Feminine: She uses a naginata as her weapon, as is common for Japanese(-ish) women.
  • Pinky Swear: In her fourth chapter, she makes a pinky promise to a woman to deliver her letter to her close friend, who's leaving from the faraway port by dawn. Botan successfully fulfills the promise.
  • Support Party Member: Her kit is designed similarly like Elisanne, being able to boost her party's attack while dealing sustained damage with bleed at the same time.

    Curran 
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Dogged Inquisitor

Voiced by: Kenta Miyake (Japanese), Graeme Davies (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Axe
An inquisitor from the Ilian church, sent to investigate a village that had been worshipping another god when all the people suddenly vanished.
  • Attack! Attack! Attack!: Curran's playstyle is all about getting in the enemy's face and dishing out damage with no conditions attached. It also happens to be very effective.
  • Malaproper: He constantly flubs up some quotes, which stun the rest of the crew. One screw-up (saying "buttholder" when he meant "beholder") got a "Heh Heh, You Said "X"" remark from Notte.
  • Mighty Glacier: Curran hits incredibly hard, having the 3rd highest Strength among all adventurers, and his attacks and skills have long reach, but like most axe users, he suffers from sluggish attack speed and low mobility.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He's an inquisitor charged with enforcing church doctrine, but he assures Elisanne that differing opinions like hers don't automatically mean heresy.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: He and Heinwald constantly frustrate one another, but they work well together.

    Edward 
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Perfect Butler
Bloodsucking Butler 
Voiced by: Takuma Terashima (Japanese), Graham Hamilton (English)
Alternate element: Light (Halloween)
Rarity: 3 (both versions)
Unit type: Healing (regular), Attack (Halloween)
Weapon type: Staff (regular), Blade (Halloween)

A butler who came to serve the prince.

In Edward's Halloween version, he wears a vampire costume.


Regular Version's Tropes

  • Battle Butler: He not only serves as a harsh but fair butler to the Prince but is also a force on the battlefield.
  • Schedule Fanatic: Edward is insistent that everyone follows his schedule, even on minor activities.

Halloween Version's Tropes

    Erik 
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Feral Noble
Voiced by: Toshiki Masuda (Japanese), Michael Richards (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Axe

A man of noble descent who thrived on a deserted island for 10 years.


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    Heinwald 
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Seeker of Truth

Voiced by: Show Hayami (Japanese), Brick Stone (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Healing
Weapon type: Staff

A scholar and acquaintance of Curran, who joins him in investigating a missing village and is excited to research the Library Obscura when the trail leads there.


  • Ambiguously Human: His talk with Nyarlathotep raises the possibility that he might be a Humanoid Abomination of sorts and is pretending to be human to others.
  • Blue Blood: Is an Alberian noble.
  • Combat Medic: He's noted to be the first purely "offensive" healer, as his main teamwide healing skill happens to be a damage dealing skill that heals more based on how much damage is dealt from that skill as opposed to other Combat Medic staff healers where they have a healing skill and an attack skill separately. This means he's one of the few staff units that can get away with equipping an attack boosting Dragon or an attack/HP hybrid dragon as opposed to equipping an HP boosting Dragon note . This is a justified case, as the Shadow element is built more offensively and the Shadow element itself does not have many dragons that boost HP for their healers.
  • Defective Detective: Very good at solving mysteries, not so great at acting like a remotely sane person.
  • Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: He's the one who outright defeats White Nyarlathotep.
  • Mechanically Unusual Fighter: Unlike other previous Combat Medic examples, Heinwald's kit is built purely offensively here. Instead of having a first skill that serves a main healing skill, his first skill is an attack skill that doubles as a heal to the entire party which heals more based on the damage dealt.
  • My Greatest Failure: Heinwald sold his brother-in-law out to his father—a tyrannical dictator by Heinwald's own admission—by exposing a planned revolt against him. This led to the brother-in-law's execution, the subsequent suicide of Heinwald's sister, and the continued oppression of everyone Heinwald's father ruled over.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: Has a macabre collection of mutant animal corpses that he apparently loves showing off to people. He fails to understand why many people might not share his enthusiasm.
  • Occult Detective: The "occult" part earning him a sketchy reputation.
  • Prehensile Hair: Dragalia Life #79 shows that he can use his own hair like a lasso to get a faraway book when Notte won't fly up and get it.
  • Spam Attack: Heinwald's skills notably have a very short charge rate for a staff user (since staves have the highest skill charge rate among all weapons). Combined with his innate Skill Prep passive that fully charges his skills at the start of a quest, he can fire off Call of Chaos and Abyss Connection very frequently.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Curran. They annoy each other, but they're a good team in investigations.
  • What Is This Thing You Call "Love"?: Love is a mystery he has yet to solve, and his attempts to do so only lead to him Comically Missing the Point.
    Curran: I'm just praying that you don't say something like "Oh, I must find more test cases to re-verify my hypotheses" or... Wait. You're NOT doing that, right?
    Heinwald: You really do understand me. I must hurry and find another bride. ...No, better! I shall mount a giant sign in the village square advertising my intent to all who stroll past!
  • The Wise Prince: Surprisingly enough, Heinwald turns out to be a very considerate ruler, either finding nonpunitive solutions to crimes done out of necessity or providing assistance to convicts' families during their sentence.
  • Two-Faced: Half of his face (and body) is discolored.

    Ieyasu 
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Leader of the Boar Clan
Voiced by:: Jun Fukuyama (Japanese), Lee Majdoub (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Blade

One of the heirs of the Twelve Wyrmclans of Hinomoto who comes to the Halidom to spread New Years cheer.


  • Ambadassador: He comes to Alberia to spread Hinomoto culture, while also being a five-star unit with his own pacted dragon.
  • Eastern Zodiac: His title is "Leader of the Boar Clan," which falls into 2019 being the Year of the Pig.
  • Badass Pacifist: He's someone who would prefer to talk things out with little to no bloodshed as shown in Chapter 4 of his story. This mentality puts him at odds with Marishiten.
  • Disappeared Dad: His father had died when he was young, having gone through the soulpact as his ancestors before him.
  • Foil: To the Prince. Both are dutiful rulers, and both are surprised to find that the royalty of other lands can also bond with dragons. The difference is that Ieyasu feels that he should cut off personal relationships where the Prince believes in The Power of Friendship.
  • Glass Cannon: Ieyasu currently boasts the highest Strength stat in the game, and can put out some serious damage with his first skill and bleed affliction, but his HP isn't too great as a result, though his second skill grants him HP regeneration to mitigate this.
  • Mini-Boss: Serves as one for the New Years Tidings raid event, and is joined by his retainers.
  • Named After Someone Famous: In this case, Ieyasu Tokugawa, one of the biggest names in the Feudal Era of Japan.
  • Power at a Price: His soulpact with the dragons come at the cost of his lifespan, dramatically shortening it. This was a tradition that followed previous rulers up to the first shogun who gave his life to make a soulpact with the highest of dragons, Amaterasu, and end war in Hinomoto.
  • Similar Squad: He and his retainers are basically the Prince and his friends, only Eastern; with Addis and Sazanka as his equivalents to Ranzal and Cleo respectively. Meanwhile, Botan is roughly in the same position as Elisanne (even using the same weapon type) but she has Notte's mouthiness.

    Kleimann 
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Voiced by: Unshou Ishizuka (Japanese), Eddie Dean (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Wand

A strange researcher.


  • Forced Sleep: His skill "Forbidden Sphere" at lv. 2 can inflict Sleep.
  • Mad Scientist: He does things like bait dragons and summon fiends in the course of experiments, not considering whether his actions are dangerous or evil until someone else points it out. It is even his epithet.
  • Nightmare Face: Claims that what his face looks like under his mask.
  • The Un-Reveal: Dragalia Life #49 plays it for laughs when he reveals he has... another mask under his mask.
  • You Won't Feel a Thing: One of his collection portrait lines is along this trope.
    "Don't worry. This experiment won't hurt a bit. Heh. More like a lot. Hahaha!"

    Natalie 
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Devoted Festival Protégé
Voiced by: Ayana Taketatsu (Japanese), Pippa Mc Guire (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Blade

A young woman who plans festivals alongside Yaten.


  • Critical Status Buff: Natalie's kit is based around this idea. When Natalie is at 30% or lower HP her first skill doubles the amount of damage it deals, her second skill buffs her strength (whereas normally it'll instantly drop her into critical HP and grant her a shield) and one of her passives grant her additional attack speed and strength as long as she remains at 30% HP or below.
  • Desperation Attack: Defiant Dance deals double damage if Natalie is 30% HP or lower when she uses it.
  • Serious Business: Festivals are pretty much her life.
  • Street Urchin: Used to be one before Yaten planned a festival for her village.

    Nefaria 
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Queen of the Sands
Voiced by: Yukana (Japanese), Julie Muise (English)
Alternate element: Water (Dragonyule)
Rarity: 4 (Dragonyule), 5 (Regular)
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Bow

An ancient queen of an ancient kingdom.

In her Dragonyule Version, Nefaria gets dressed up for giving out gifts.


Regular Version's Tropes

  • Amnesiac Dissonance: Assumes she has this, as her patchwork memories give nothing to suggest she was a "good" queen, and the only reason she can think of for why she is undead is that someone has taken revenge upon her.
    "I can only assume I have been revived by churls who bear a silent grudge against me. And that I was not much beloved by my people. After all, when I revived, I saw naught but sand and misery in every direction. Nothing remained to suggest my people regarded me with affection, or my loss with sadness."
  • Antiquated Linguistics: Her vocabulary is about a century out of date
  • Attractive Zombie: Doesn't show even the slightest hint of decomposition, and the only trait that gives her away as undead is that she's deathly cold.
  • Crippling Overspecialization: Her entire kit revolves around blinding the enemy and dealing extra damage to them. Unfortunately, many bosses tend to either be immune or build up resistance to blindness quickly, causing her damage output to significantly drop if she cannot inflict blindness.
  • Eye Scream: She has skills and abilities that lets her do more damage to blinded enemies.
    • Her skill "Night of Antiquity", at lv. 2 and 3, does more damge to them.
    • The "Blinded Punisher" ability lets her do 25-30% more damage to them.
  • Feel No Pain: One of the perks of being undead.
  • Last of Her Kind: She's the only surviving person from her former kingdom.
  • Mundane Utility: In Dragalia Life #11, Notte has people hugging Nefaria's cold body as a way to beat the heat.
  • Reclining Reigner: Her illustration. Technically she is a former reigner since her kingdom is gone.
  • Sexy Backless Outfit: Her attire.
  • Step into the Blinding Fight: She can inflict Blind by using her skills and abilities.
    • With her second skill "Twilight Oblivion", after use she can enhance her next three Force Strikes to inflict it.
    • She has an ability that when at full health she has a 50-60% higher chance to inflict it.
  • Suicide by Sunlight: There are things she still doesn't know about her undead nature, but she is worried that the sun can dry her out and reduce her to dust.
  • Thermal Dissonance: Because she's undead, her skin is cold to the touch.
  • Unexplained Recovery: In-Universe, she doesn't know how or why she's come back from the dead long after her kingdom has been forgotten to time.

Dragonyule Version's Tropes

  • Rain of Something Unusual: After using her 2nd skill "Special Delivery", she gets "Gifts Ready" which lets her next 2 Force Strikes give her allies shields and energy.
  • Sexy Santa Dress: Her Saint Starfall outfit.
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    Norwin 
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Anguished Author
Voiced by: Yuuki Kaji (Japanese), Adrian Petriw (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Bow

A Sylvan storybook author who has been having problems writing lately, as all of his stories have wound up with depressing endings. Upon meeting the Prince, he sees that he's similar to a character out of a fairytale and so joins in hopes of gaining inspiration for something happier.


  • Bare Your Midriff: Shows his.
  • Creator Breakdown: In universe. After surviving a war that razed his entire hometown, Norwin lost his ability to write stories with happy or satisfying conclusions, as he could no longer see reality as anything but a chaotically Crapsack World.
  • Coat Cape: Wears his hooded coat like this, not putting his arms through the sleeves.
  • I Just Write the Thing: His writer's block appears to be a form of this — he's not trying to write bad endings, but that's where the story tells him to go for some reason.
  • In the Hood: Wears a hood that has slits for his ears.
  • Kick Them While They Are Down: His second skill at level 2 does extra damage to blinded enemies.
    • He has Blinded Punisher in his final Mana Circle.
  • Little Bit Beastly: Is a Sylvan.
  • Step into the Blinding Fight: His first skill at level 2 and 3 can inflict Blind.
  • The Storyteller: His occupation.
  • Survivor Guilt: The biggest cause of his writer's block.
  • True Art Is Angsty: In Universe, Norwin worries that he's falling into this thought pattern.
    Norwin: I want to believe that. But in the depths of my heart, I feel naught but an utter loathing for fantasy and escapism. Perhaps writing these ugly tales is my way of unconsciously taking revenge on the very notion of such things. That's my thinking, at any rate.

    Orion 
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Maiden Protector
Valentine's Guardian 
Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai (Japanese), Justin Dominic (English)
Alternate Element: Flame (Valentine's)
Rarity: 4 (regular), 3 (Valentine's)
Unit type: Support (both)
Weapon type: Dagger (regular), Sword (Valentine's)

A charming Sylvan man who works as a mercenary bodyguard, he only takes women because he likes to romance his clients.


Regular Version's Tropes

  • Bare Your Midriff: His model has his stomach bared.
  • Bodyguard Crush: Invoked. He takes jobs only with women because he knows this trope will be in effect sooner or later when he bodyguards them.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: He's a well known and respected mercenary, Ranzal even says he is the best bodyguard there is, never once letting his clients get hurt, but he has a huge womanizing streak and tends to date and break the hearts of all his clients.
  • Handsome Lech: He uses his good looks around the ladies he guards, though it gets him into trouble more often.
  • If It's You, It's Okay: Orion will only take female clients... and Euden.
    Euden: I thought you said you weren't planning on falling in love with any men.
    Orion: You really are slow when it comes to these matters! I'm just trying to say that you are more charming than you know.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: Cleo feels Orion getting chased away for his playboy ways is this.
  • Little Bit Beastly: A Sylvan.
  • Love Freak: Is obsessed with finding his soulmate (or, uh, soulmates) and considers a life without love so meaningless that he fallaciously insists he is cursed to die if he does not find it.
  • The Power of Love: One of his battle quotes is “Witness the power of love!”
  • Rescue Romance: What triggers his attraction to the Prince, though it's not until the second rescue during his Valentine's Confections' story that he acknowledges it as romantic attraction.
  • Something About a Rose: In his official art, he carries a rose around with him.
  • Step into the Blinding Fight: His skill "Love Goes Round", at lv. 2 and 3, can inflict Blind.
  • Two-Timer Date: His Episode 1 has him stating that he got into this by putting his charms on two sisters and once the job was done, they asked about their relationship. He wanted to date both of them, and then they tried to kill him, which leads to him being recruited by the Prince. His Valentine's story involves one of those sisters finding him and chasing him down.

Valentine's Version's Tropes

  • Badass in a Nice Suit: He puts on a spiffy new suit for this holiday skin.
  • Bi the Way: Going by the Valentine's Day event epilogue, it appears that Euden wasn't an exception so much as a Closet Key.
    Orion: Are you suggesting I would pursue any woman who wandered into my gaze? Perish the very thought. I seek only the honor of partaking in a serious relationship with everyone here!
    Luca: I can't tell if that's actually kind of sweet or just suuuper creepy.
  • Playing with Fire: Can inflict Burn using his first skill.
  • The Tease: Is this to Euden in his Valentine's Confections storyline. The wyrmprint awarded for completing it consists entirely of Orion using cheesy pickup lines on Euden and being amused by his embarrassment.

    Rodrigo 
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Sincere Giver
Voiced by: Yuuma Uchida (Japanese), Brian Drummond (as Brian Davidson) (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Sword

A dark knight with a tendency to give people's gifts in the form of the corpses of fiends.


  • Black Knight: He dons a big black suit of armor with red details.
  • Creepy Good: He is genuinely on the side of good and easily joins the heroes, but he looks very scary and is prone to give people pieces of flesh and skin from the monsters he kills as gifts.
  • Freudian Excuse: His lack of social skills comes from the fact that he was raised by mercenaries, and therefore was never taught any particular degree of politeness or how to behave and he gave them gifts of fiend flesh.
  • Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: He had no idea presenting people with carcasses was actually unsettling and creepy, he thought he was courting Cleo the whole time.
  • No Social Skills: Rodrigo doesn't understand how to give gifts and his attempts to woo Cleo come off as creepy and unsettling.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: Subverted. Despite his black and red Black Knight outlook, Rodrigo is generally very nice, kind and pleasant, if a little prone to scaring people without noticing it.

    Sazanka 
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Cultured Flower
Voiced by: Risa Taneda (Japanese), Daniella Ashton (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Defense
Weapon type: Axe

One of Ieyasu's retainers.


  • Conflicting Loyalty: Sazanka eventually confesses that, while she was brought up to be loyal to the Twelve Wyrmclans, she only feels loyal to Ieyasu specifically and dreads the possibility of having to choose between him and her own clan.
  • Damage Over Time: Her first skill, Dancing Blossoms, pulls in enemies and causes Bleed damage.
  • Floral Theme Naming: Her name means "camellia". More specifically, her name comes from a camellia sasanqua.
  • Forced Sleep: Her skill "Blooming Cradle" can enchant her next three Force Strikes to inflict Sleep.
  • Heroic Albino: She's the only member of her family to sport white hair and red eyes, and she's quite noble.
  • Hair Decorations: Wears a camellia in her hair. It was given to her by Ieyasu.
  • Kick Them While They Are Down: Her ability "Sleep Punisher +20%" let's her do more damage to sleeping enemies.
  • Lady of War: Beautiful and elegant, and also wields a huge axe to destroy fiends.
  • Silk Hiding Steel: Sazanka is the epitome of the Yamato Nadeshiko... which means she is also very adept as a warrior.
  • Undying Loyalty: Considers loyalty to one's lord to be the highest virtue and becomes defensive and angry when Ranzal asks if she'd ever change that.
  • Yamato Nadeshiko: Fits the archetype, as she serves Ieyasu faithfully and is a skilled cook, yet can still handle fiends with an axe.

    Taro 
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Greenhorn Samurai
Voiced by: Soma Saito (Japanese), Conor Hogan (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Blade

A rookie samurai hailing from the east, whose armor is a relic from his father that none but him must touch.


  • Ancestral Weapon: His armor.
  • Berserk Button: Ranzal learns the hard way that anyone touching his armor is this.
  • Cowardly Lion: He's afraid of combat, especially if it means getting his armor damaged. Chapter 5 has him growing out of this, fighting back against a group of bandits and tanking their blows.
  • Heroes Love Dogs: One of his quotes in the front screen has him talk about his dog and how he misses her.
    "Back home, I would always take our dog out on walks. I really miss the old girl..."
  • I Don't Want to Die: He says the trope name if he falls in battle.
  • Kid Samurai: Has the armor and drive to be a samurai, but zero combat experience and is nervous because he's well aware of that fact.
  • This Cannot Be!: Chapter 4 has him think he was too rough with cleaning his armor when he sees scratches, freaking out over it. It's not until he sees that they're older does he calm down over his armor.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Miso soup is more this, though he loves rice and natto as well.

    Veronica 
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Emblian Princess
Voiced by: Rina Hidaka (Japanese), Wendee Lee (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Wand
The Princess of Embla hailing from the world of Fire Emblem Heroes.

For tropes pertaining to her in her home game, see this page.


  • Adaptational Superpower Change: While Veronica used wind magic in Fire Emblem Heroes, she uses dark magic in this game.
  • Bonus Boss: She becomes the second one in the "Fire Emblem: Lost Heroes" event and even harder than Alfonse since she's on Infernal.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: She indiscriminately attacks the heroes after being influenced by black mana. Luckily, the Prince and crew manage to free her from its control.
  • Desperation Attack: Veronica's Genspenst gains a massive boost in damage if Veronica is below 30% HP. One of her passives, Last Destruction, also grants a one use buff to the entire team that boosts the damage of the next skill each player uses by 40% when Veronica drops below 30% HP.
  • Easy Amnesia: Arrives in Dragalia's world without her memories.
  • Enemy Mine: After the group Beat The Curse Out Of Her, she remembers her animosity towards Alfonse. It took some convincing to call a truce and to have them fight together.
  • Life Drain: Nosferatu damages enemies and heals her proportionate to the amount of damage dealt.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: A downplayed example, but in contrast to every other adventurer, whose weapons have the appearance of whichever one is equipped, she always wields the same tome regardless of whatever weapon is equipped to her.
  • Situational Damage Attack: Her Gespenst spell becomes more powerful when she's at low HP.
  • Spell Book: Even though Veronica is classified as a Wand adventurer, the weapon she uses will always look like a tome, since tomes are Fire Emblem's equivalent to wands.
  • Superdickery: When the prince and his crew first encounter Veronica, she's ordering Dyrenell troops to destroy a village. This seems off to Fire Emblem fans, because while Veronica is ruthless towards her enemies, it's also established that she Would Not Shoot a Civilian. It turns out that Veronica was actually Loki in disguise.

    Vice 
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Eager Assassin
Voiced by: Kenichi Suzumura (Japanese), Don Matthews (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Dagger

An assassin who came to be in the Prince's employ to take out his human enemies but his talents get used in different ways.


  • Forced Sleep: His skill "Lethal Edge" at lv. 2 can inflict Sleep.
  • I'm a Doctor, Not a Placeholder: He feels upset that he was tricked to join Wedding Xania's side in "That Special Day Part 3."
    "I just said I could peel a pumpkin, and all of a sudden I'm dragged into this? I'm an assassin, dammit!"
  • Kick Them While They Are Down: He has Broken Punisher, which raises his damage against bosses during their Broken period up to 20%.
  • Mundane Utility: He tries to enlist under the Prince as an assassin. Since the Prince doesn't want to assassinate anybody, he has Vice use his knife skills in the kitchen instead.
  • In the Hood: He wears one.
  • Scarf Of Asskicking: Wears a black one.

    Vida 
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Knife Fanatic
Voiced by: Ayumi Fujimura (Japanese), Arlow Laker (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Dagger

A thief seeking a legendary knife, which she believes to be hidden in the Halidom.


    Yaten 
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Wandering Festival Planner
Voiced by: Hiroyuki Yoshino (Japanese), Richard Ian Cox (as Will Williams)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Sword

  • Dash Attack: Festival Rush has him charge at the enemies he's fighting.
  • EX Special Attack: When he has 5 units of energy, Festival Rush turns into Festival Blade, which deals out up to 10 hits and extra damage!
  • Status Buff: Bold Blade allows him to buff the party with 1/2 units of energy. He becomes stronger and deals more crits the more energized he is.

    Zace 
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Bone Collector
Voiced by: Yuki Ono (Japanese), Hampton Green (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Lance

An Azm tribesman who likes to collect bones.


  • Collector of the Strange: He's self-conscious of his bone collection, knowing that people outside his tribe would see it as weird.
  • Due to the Dead: In his 2nd chapter, though he wanted to keep them, he buries the bones of wolves who died by the fiend whom he, the Prince, and Ranzal were hunting.
  • Fluffy Tamer: He does this to the dragon Juggernaut who's demanding more food by telling him if he eats too much, he won't live too long, not to mention he'd love to add some dragon bones to his collection. This prompts Juggernaut to go on a diet.
  • Skeletons in the Coat Closet: His tribe wears animal bones.
  • Step into the Blinding Fight: His skill "Skull Hunter", at lv. 2 and 3, can inflict Blind.
  • We Used to Be Friends: He becomes this with his former friend Vendra, a member of his tribe who has basically turned his back on their tribe's ways. For example, hunting for sport instead of food or necessity. The line is crossed when he brings Zace the bones of a jonabird, a rare species of bird that Zace was eager to study, only to learn that Vendra killed it.
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