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    Addis 
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Noble Warrior
Voiced by: Susumu Chiba (Japanese), John Arthur (English)
Rarirty: 4
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Blade

One of Ieyasu's loyal retainers.


  • Black Vikings: In this case, a black samurai. This is actually addressed in-game, as it turns out that Addis washed up on Hinomoto after a shipwreck, only to immediately get arrested for illegal entry into the country. Luckily, Ieyasu intervened on his behalf, not only getting him released from prison, but also offering employment as a samurai and Ieyasu's guard.
  • Blade Spam: Bamboo Cutter is this kind of attack.
  • Clean Cut: Addis can swing his sword so quickly he can slice through an object multiple times without even budging it.
  • Damage Over Time: Bamboo Cutter on its own can inflict Poison. If Dignified Soul is used, it buffs Bamboo Cutter to do Bleed damage.
  • Dreadlock Warrior: He's got shoulder-length dreadlocks.
  • Drop the Hammer: Not his Weapon of Choice, but he's shown in the palace pounding mochi with Botan.
  • Foil: Compared to Musashi, who was a ronin until he came to the Halidom, Addis is someone who's attached to a master.
  • Kick Them While They Are Down: He has two Punisher abilities.
    • Bleeding Punisher, which raises his damage against those with bleeding by 5-8%.
    • Broken Punisher, which raises his damage against bosses during their Broken period up to 20%.
  • No Historical Figures Were Harmed: Addis is heavily based on real-life African samurai Yasuke, who served as a retainer and friend to Oda Nobunaga.
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    Aeleen 
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Mercurial Lancer
Battle-Tested Nurse 
Voiced by: Ayumi Fujimura (Japanese), Brittney Boni (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Support (Regular), Healer (Nurse)
Weapon type: Lance (Regular), Staff (Nurse)
Element: Wind (Regular), Water (Nurse)

A lancer who by all appearances seems to be a jumpy Damsel in Distress, afraid of battle, until the fighting actually starts and her other half comes out to play.


Regular version
  • Afraid of Their Own Strength: She apparently used to be a pretty capable warrior, before her split personality started showing up. Nowadays, she's wants to fight but is terrified of changing to her other personality.
  • Be Yourself: The eventual Aesop of her Adverturer stories. Aeleen has enough control of her "other self" that she doesn't hurt anyone she wasn't intending to already; and as far as Ranzal's concerned, you're supposed to be a rabid hellbeast when fighting fiends, so having a persona for exactly that is a perk rather than a bug.
  • The Berserker: While her Adventure Story plays her other self more as a Blood Knight, other parts of the story play her up for laughs as just plain violent and chaotic. She has no interest in discerning between friend or foe (though she at least won't kill people she knows), and tries to attack everything around her with equal fervor: in their Castle Story, when pushed to the edge to beats the crap out of Karl and Berserker in the middle of wiping out an entire army of bandits. In Dragalia Life #58, it gets to the point where Cleo asks her for help fighting a fiend infestation, then asks Orion for protection against her.
  • Blood Knight: Her split personality acts this way, which she hates.
  • The Cameo: Makes one in Sylas' Adventurer Story.
  • Cursed with Awesome: At least in Ranzal's opinion.
    Ranzal: Eh, it ain't no big deal if ya ask me. Yer FIGHTIN'. Yer SUPPOSED all crazy-eyed and foaming at the mouth. Hell, I'd kiss a fiend if it gave me the kinda strength you got there.
  • Retired Badass: When the heroes meet her, she had retired from a company of knights - not by choice, per se, but due to her other half making things complicated.
  • Split Personality: Has one that comes out while she's on the battlefield.
Nurse
  • Battleaxe Nurse: Earns a reputation as one, much to her dismay.
  • Combat Medic: Storywise, she is one due to her split personality.
    • Ironically in gameplay, her regular version can work as this if equipped with the Core Weapons "Gae Bolg" or "Spear of the Northern Cross".
  • Deadly Doctor: Changing professions has done little to temper Aeleen's berserker rages
  • Doctor's Orders: Mostly because Euden is terrified of what she'd do to him if he ignored her (overly enthusiastic) professional medical opinion.
  • Dressed to Heal: Is given a nurse outfit by the main cast.
  • Gilligan Cut: After Aeleen declares she'll "be a kindly nurse who supports everyone from the sidelines," the game immediately cuts to her screaming, "PERISH IN BLOOD, FELL BEAST!" while beating a fiend to death with her staff.
  • Healing Herb: Her medicine of choice.
  • Pursue the Dream Job: She always wanted to be a nurse ever since she was a child. Since the Halidom has an influx of fighters, she takes the opportunity to become what she always wanted to be.
  • The Red Baron: Quickly earns the nickname "nurse of nightmares".

    Eleonora 
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Curious Archer
Voiced by: Ayako Kawasumi (Japanese), Raynn Eastwood (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Bow

A Sylvan tribal leader who is out for vengeance against the Empire for the slaughter of her village — but that can fall by the wayside sometimes when she gets the chance to see how humans live.


  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: She's all-business when it comes to avenging her village, but is easily distracted by human culture.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: She didn't choose to be chief, and wanted to be free of the responsibility so she could pursue her interest in human culture. She had gotten her wishes granted in the worst way possible when her village was destroyed and has felt guilty about her love of humans ever since.
  • Little Bit Beastly: A Sylvan.
  • Revenge: She wants against the empire for her village.

    Francesca 
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Cheerful Mechant
Voiced by: Maaya Sakamoto (Japanese), Kazumi Evans (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Dagger

A merchant and delivery girl who keeps a journal of her travels, which Euden and co. become interested in. She's Sylvan, but hides her ears beneath a large hat so as to not alienate potential customers.


    Hawk 
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Twilight Hunter
Voiced by: Rikiya Koyama (Japanese), Justin Dominic (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Bow

An infamous assassin with the title of "The Reaper". He's inspired by the Prince's idealism to try and put his past behind him.


  • Animal Theme Naming: Take a guess.
  • Cold Sniper: A stoic, somber man known for being able to take anyone out with a single arrow.
  • Contract on the Hitman: His final story chapter involves his guild discovering his betrayal and threatening to take action unless he kills the Prince. Naturally, Hawk warns the Prince, and they team up to trick the guild and take them out.
  • Crippling Overspecialization: His entire kit revolves around stunning enemies, and dealing extra damage to stunned enemies. Unfortunately for him, many bosses tend to either be immune to stun or build up a resistance to it very quickly, causing his damage output to drop significantly if he cannot stun the enemy.
  • Hitman with a Heart: Hawk hasn't quite cut his ties with the assassin's guild that employs him, and he's still perfectly willing to kill, but he has redirected his efforts to protecting Euden from political enemies until he can create a world where "a Reaper like me is no longer needed."
  • Not Quite the Right Thing: Hawk once received two anonymous contracts, each requesting he assassinate one of his childhood friends. Instead, he opted to reject both contracts and warn each friend that someone was out to get them. Unfortunately, it turns out that the childhood friends had put a hit out on each other, and Hawk's warning simply made them redouble their efforts and hire someone new, resulting in both of their deaths anyway. Reflecting back on the tragedy, Hawk believes that accepting one of the contracts would have at least left one of them alive.
  • Red Baron: "The Reaper".
  • Shaping Your Attacks: His first skill let's him shoot a projectile in the shape of a duskhawk.
  • Splitting the Arrow: Dragalia Life #32 has him do this to Luca's arrow in a shooting contest.
  • That Man Is Dead: Was once a man known as Silva before becoming the infamous assassin Reaper. He even ropes Ranzal into telling an old childhood friend that he saw Silva die and buried him himself. The friend finds out the truth later, but Hawk maintains that he's no longer the man she remembers.
  • Three-Point Landing: He has this pose in the upgraded "Nightstalker" wyrmprint.

    Johanna 
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Untamed Warrioress
Voiced by: Rina Sato (Japanese), Siobhan Rebecca (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Defense
Weapon type: Axe

A beautiful warrior throwing herself into combat for the sheer joy of it. Just don't call attention to her beauty.


  • Berserk Button: Being called pretty. In Chapter 1 of her story, she immediately has a go at the Prince after he repeats that the little girl she helped save finds her pretty.
  • Blood Knight: Warrior who absolutely loves fighting? Check.
  • Blue Blood: In Chapter 2 of her story, she reveals that she is the only daughter of a knight. Ranzal doesn't believe her which earned him a punch from her.
  • Girliness Upgrade: In Chapter 3 of her story, she goes to Cleo for advice on makeup. In Chapter 4, she wears some which the Prince notices. She also ends up taking beauty advice from Zardin in the Castle Story "Beauty's Beast," though she doesn't realize she's done so at first.
  • Raised by Wolves: In Chapter 2 of her story, Ranzal has an idea that she's this trope for how she loves to fight.
  • This Means War Paint: Her Chapter 5 is named "War Paint" and shows she fights much better with makeup on that Ranzal considers it to be like war paint.
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    Ku Hai 
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Rambling Blade
Voiced by: Kazuyuki Okitsu (Japanese), Victor Williams (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Sword
A wandering swordsman from Peng Lai with a chilly demeanor and a burning hatred of injustice.
  • But Not Too Foreign: As with Su Fang, Xiao Lei, and most other residents of Peng Lai, Ku Hai is an Alberian native of Taiwu descent.
  • Broken Pedestal: He gets this hard when he learns that his former master, Xuan, would lure fiends to towns to have them attack, then he'd come in and save the day.
  • Dub Name Change: In Japan, he's called "Kugai."
  • Flash Step: In his story, he uses his chi kung to do this by appearing behind his opponents as well as a warning that they'll be dead before they even turn around.
  • Keep It Foreign: His name in the English version is a Chinese cognate for his Japanese name, Kugai.note 
  • Nice Hat: Dragalia Life #64 shows that besides protecting his head from the sun and also helping others like Peng Lai find him, it also protects his head from Peng Lai's claws when he's picked up by him to be carried to Euden.
  • Walking the Earth: He used to live in Peng Lai until going on a trip around the world, only to be called back by the events of "Skyborne Spectacle." He also does this since he's looking for his fellow student, Haoran, who killed their master.

    Lin You 
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Kung-Fu Apprentice
Voiced by: Ayane Sakura (Japanese), Shannon Chan-Kent (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Axe
A student of kung fu from Taiwu who trained under the Qilin tribe. She gets to put her training to use in fighting Valfarre.
  • Anime Chinese Girl: Well, the Fantasy Counterpart Culture equivalent of it anyway.
  • All Chinese People Know Kung-Fu: Lin You is steadfastly convinced that literally everyone from the Qilin tribe are kung fu masters and immediately demands lessons from Xuan Zang upon learning she's Qilin.
    Xuan Zang: That is an absurd assumption.
    Lin You: Is it though? C'mon, I can tell that you've got a bunch of inner strength just waiting to be unleashed!
  • Big Eater: Dragalia Life #62 shows that her idea of "tough battles" involve large meals, like eating buffet option in 15 minutes for a free meal. Also when opening treasure chests, she hopes it's meat buns inside.
  • Blood Knight: She loves to fight strong opponents and is always on the search for a fight.
  • The Cameo: Makes one in Xuan Zang's Adventurer Story.
  • Cleavage Window: Has an opening in her qipao that shows her cleavage.
  • Forced Sleep: Her skill "Typhoon Fist" can inflict Sleep at lv. 2 and 3.
  • Funny Bruce Lee Noises: She makes one of these when clicked on the front screen during the “Skyborne Spectacle” event.
  • Is It Something You Eat?: During Level 3 of "Skyborne Spectacle," as Xiao Lei describes the mana conduit, Lin You asks what a conduit is and if it's tasty.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Thanks to Heaven's Breath, Lin You moves much more quickly than most axe users while also hitting harder than all but Curran.
  • Navel Window: Has an opening that shows her navel while covering most of her belly.
  • Panda-ing to the Audience: She's accompanied by the baby dragon Mao Mao, who resembles a panda.
  • Pokémon Speak: Mao Mao speaks like this.
  • Sexy Backless Outfit: Her model shows that her qipao doesn't cover her backside.
  • Tournament Arc: Her story involves entering a tournament in Val d'Or.
  • You Can Barely Stand: She overtrains herself sparring with Euden and twists her ankle then she insists on fighting again. It's only when she can't stand does she slow down and rest.

    Louise 
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Doting Sister
Voiced by: Sora Amamiya (Japanese), Ashleigh Ball (as Arlow Laker) (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Bow

Lowen's overprotective sister. Introduced during "A Wish to the Winds" event, she fled with her village with her brother after Lowen was chosen as a sacrifice to the village's dragon, Garuda. Her overprotectiveness for her younger brother is a side effect of her courageous and generous spirit.


  • Big Sister Instinct: She refuses to let her brother Lowen be a Human Sacrifice.
    • She ends up doing the same thing to Odetta in the "World of Kindness" Castle Story.
  • Character Development: She starts out as an overprotective sister, but after Lowen demonstrates his own independence and maturity, she realizes that she needs to move on with her life once Lowen becomes older and mature. This is highlighted with the event's wyrmprint "Louise's Hobbies" where she was feeding her younger brother because she thinks spoons are too dangerous and later found a hobby of painting with the encouragement of Cleo and Elisanne.
  • Cool Big Sister: Is this to Lowen.
    • In Dragalia Life #30, she and Euden get into one of these discussions when talking about Lowen and Zethia... for six hours straight to Lowen and Ranzal's frustration.
  • Deceased Parents Are the Best: By her account, even with her father dead, her mother still raised them as well as possible before she died as well.
  • The Glomp: She's this to Odetta in the "World of Kindness" Castle Story.
  • Promoted to Parent: When their parents died, Louise is left to care for Lowen... though she ended up being very overbearing towards him.
  • Punny Name: During a bout of her smothering, Lowen grumbles "Geez, Louise." It makes you wonder if she was named that purely to set up the quip.
  • So What Do We Do Now?: A big reason why she's so overprotective of Lowen is that she's forged her entire identity around taking care of Lowen and has absolutely no idea what to do with herself once her job is done.

    Lowen 
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Dependable Brother
Voiced by: Sanae Kobayashi (Japanese), Rae Hall (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Healing
Weapon type: Staff

Louise's younger brother. Introduced during "A Wish to the Winds" event, he was chosen as a sacrifice to the village's dragon, Garuda. Despite being sheltered and protected by his older sister throughout his life, he wishes to become a strong, mature, and independent younger brother that won't be a burden to anyone.


  • Always Someone Better: He accidentally becomes this to Elias in the "Boys' Camp" Castle Story first by starting a fire, finding water and even finding a rainbow truffle.
  • Character Development: In his stories and during the "A Wish to the Winds" event, Lowen becomes more confident and independent of himself to the point of earning a So Proud of You moment from his older sister.
  • Human Sacrifice: Was slated to be one to Garuda, but his sister Louise won't allow it. Ultimately subverted when it's revealed that Garuda felt isolated and wanted company; she just couldn't just say so, resulting in a misunderstanding.
  • Primal Fear: Dragalia Life #31 reveals that he's utterly afraid of heights when having to cross a rope bridge. Euden offers to have him do it with his eyes closed, but that's just worse. Ranzal offers to carry him, but his height just makes it worse! So he has to cling to Ranzal's chest "koala style" to get across.
  • So Proud of You: Louise complements on how much Lowen has grown after demonstrating his independence and maturity.

    Maribelle 
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Child of the Forest
Voiced by: Kana Hanazawa (Japanese), Julie Muise (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Wand
Element: Wind (regular), Fire (Student)

A forest maiden with a cheerful demeanor, but doesn't like being treated as a child.


Regular versionStudent
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    Melody 
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Menace of a Maid
Voiced by: Ayaka Ohashi (Japanese), Sabrina Pitre (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Support
Weapon Type: Blade

A girl who wants to make it as a maid, but messes everything up because of her clumsiness.


  • Achievements in Ignorance: While she's not ignorant, per se, she mastered the Blade on the side while being a maid to a Samurai. She got good at it because she didn't pressure herself too much as all her mental energy was spent making sure she was such a good maid.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: She's adorable and has gotten fired from numerous maid jobs due to her klutzy nature.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: One of her thigh-high socks is up, but the other is bunched up around her ankle.
  • Katanas Are Just Better: Her weapon of choice, shockingly enough. She uses "Blades", which are largely katanas or similarly curved swords (and are the domain of samurai and ninja-type characters otherwise).
  • Meido: She's a girl who wants to be a maid, and dresses accordingly.
  • Plucky Girl: No matter how many times she fails, she's going to be a maid, come hell or high water. She's been at it for eight years!
  • Textile Work Is Feminine: A voice line reveals that she made her own maid clothes.
  • Wingding Eyes: Gets the "swirly eyes of confusion" variant whenever she messes up. Which is... often.
  • With Friends Like These...: Dragalia Life #73 has her hugging Euden for thanking him not to fire her... again, only to knock the two of them down the stairs. Elisanne is worried she has to protect him from his own friends more than his enemies.

    Musashi 
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Wandering Samurai
Voiced by: Daisuke Ono (Japanese), Matt Hill (as Chip Bailey) (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Blade
A samurai who seeks a thrilling challenge.
  • Blood Knight: He comes to the Prince's castle to join, knowing he'll get to fight stronger opponents.
  • Dual Wielding: He has a second sword, but he only uses it in fights that are truly challenging, otherwise he just wins easily with it. He gets to put it to good use in his Chapter 4 when the party is attacked by bandits after barely surviving a fiend attack.
  • Go Through Me: He does this in his Chapter 4 to the bandits chasing the party, giving them time to get back to the Halidom.
  • Razor Wind: Belching Dragon is this kind of attack which also adds Poison damage.
  • Samurai: Not only is it part of his profile, but it's also how he looks.
  • Sarashi: Wears one on his abdomen.

    Nicolas 
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Walking Encyclopedia
Voiced by: Ayumu Murase (Japanese), Dave Rochford (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Wand

A student at the prestigious Caldia Magic Academy, Nicolas came across the Halidom and is fascinated by its construction. Euden lets him stay in order to study it.


  • Badass Bookworm: Can hold his own during quests, and enjoys reading.
  • Blind Without 'Em: Discussed. In one bedside quote on the home screen, he says he won't be able to see anything without his glasses—not even the person next to him.
  • Photographic Memory: A voice line reveals that he views that his only talent is he never forgets anything if he commits it to memory once.

    Noelle 
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Meek Messenger
Voiced by: Akemi Kanda (Japanese), Jacki Gunn (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Wand

The messenger of a kingdom in North Grastaea to the Shadewolves' commander.


  • Ambiguous Disorder: Her inability to communicate with others and having limited social skills implies that she either has social anxiety or autism.
  • Awesome by Analysis: She was able to conclude that the "Shadewolves' leader" that have been attacking imperial soldiers and civilians happens to be another Shadewolves member committing these atrocities rather than Victor because she knew Victor isn't the kind of person that would commit horrendous acts out of revenge.
  • Badass Bookworm: One of her favorite hobbies is reading books. In fact, one of the novels she read as a child inspired her to be a courier. Gameplay wise, she happens to be very viable Support Party Member for a 4* Wind Wand unit.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: She happens to be very close to Victor, mainly because Victor never doubted her abilities as a courier. As a result, when she was relieved from her duties after Victor's disappearance, one of the first things she did was to search for him. At the same time, this is also one of the reasons why Victor does not want her to get involved in his path of Revenge.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: She's selectively mute and became a courier in hopes of overcoming this.
  • Character Development: When she was first recruited as a courier for the kingdom, she has doubt on her abilities as a courier. Over the course of her story, however, she slowly became more confident with her abilities, to the point where she investigated the rumors of "the Shadewolves' commander being ruthless to the imperials and civilians" all by herself and even risk her life delivering a message to the prince while being chased down by imperial soldiers.
  • Clear Their Name: The 4th episode of her Adventurer Story has her going around finding the truth of the rumors of "the Shadewolves' commander being ruthless to the imperials and civilians." She reach the conclusion that there was another survivor of the Shadewolves doing the ruthless revenge acts.
  • Courier: Her occupation.
  • Friendless Background: She doesn't have any friends during her childhood due her inability to communicate with others.
  • Not Good with People: The "shy" type, as she has hard time communicating with others to the point where she has to resort to writing her thoughts in paper in order to express her feelings.
  • No Social Skills: She has incredibly hard time communicating with others, so she resorts to writing her thoughts in paper to communicate with others.
  • Rei Ayanami Expy: Her white hair and pale skin reflects on her background being raised in a cold region in North Grastea, but she still fits the bill due to her personality.
  • Shrinking Violet: She's relatively shy with people, and hard time expressing her thoughts with others.
  • Support Party Member: Her kit is designed to buff entire party's attack, however, it only applies to wind-attuned adventurers. That being said, her attack buff is actually higher than Melody, and can last longer thanks to her extended buff time passive.

    Philia 
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Love Seeker
Voiced by: Sayuri Hara (Japanese), Michelle Schloff (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Bow

Philia has been dreaming of the day she finds her soul mate. Unfortunately, she thinks the Prince is him.


  • Bilingual Bonus / Meaningful Name: Her name comes from the Greek word for "love" or "fondness."
  • Bridezilla: She hasn't had a chance to freak out over wedding plans yet, but she is the kind of girl who plans out every detail of her perfect wedding before even meeting the groom.
    • She manages to become one without even being a bride during the "That Special Day Part 2". Elisanne, Aoi, and Xania are competing to set up the best mock wedding; and Philia confronts them to stop them from recruiting Euden as their groom, even if it is all fake. The three respond by ganging up on her. Ironically, in Part 3 she also ends up convincing them to call off the hostilities and work together (and leave Euden out of it).
  • Crash-Into Hello: How she and the Prince met in her first episode. She considers it the kind of Meet Cute she's always dreamed of.
  • Squee!: She does this in her Chapter 1 when Euden says he's a prince.
  • Thinks Like a Romance Novel: She talks of nothing but love and romance.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Grade A, goes up to her thigh.

    Pia 
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Budding Vocalist
Voiced by: Manaka Iwami (Japanese), Claire Corlett (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Defense
Weapon type: Spear

A member of the Harmonia Choir with severe confidence issues.


  • The Cameo: Makes one in Renee's Adventurer Story.
  • Edible Theme Naming: Dragalia Life #39 shows that one mouse she befriends is called Clam Chowder cause of the color of his fur. It gets sillier when Mr. Mouse's friends are called Ham Hock and Open Faced Turkey Sandwich, making Euden worried she's gonna eat her mouse friends.
  • Saying Sound Effects Out Loud: One of her combat skills is "Ka-boom!". With Calling Your Attacks, this trope proves inevitable.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: She's able to speak to Mr. Mouse who understands her words. She also translates for the mice in Dragalia Life #39.

    Sophie 
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Mana Observer
Voiced by: Ami Koshimizu (Japanese), Sabrina Pitre (English)
Rarity: 3
Unit type: Healing
Weapon type: Staff

A mage in tune with the flow of mana, she noticed that the mana around the Halidom is not quite right and joins up in order to observe and hopefully repair it.


  • Due to the Dead: In her 3rd episode, she prays for the deceased merchants that their souls return to mana.
  • Miss Exposition: Is an expert on all things mana and often gives the other characters (and the player) lessons on its nature. Eventually, she decides to permanently remain at the castle so she can be the residents' tutor on the subject.
  • Shipper on Deck: She knows that Elisanne works hard for the Prince with reasons besides being his subordinate.

    Su Fang 
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Pyroblossom Artisan
Voiced by: Taku Yashiro (Japanese), Jerome Yoo (English)
Rarity: 4
Unit type: Attack
Weapon type: Dagger

  • But Not Too Foreign: As with most residents of Peng Lai.
  • Dub Name Change: In Japan, he's called "Suou".
  • Guest-Star Party Member: He joins the party for the "Skyborne Spectacle" event though if you level up his friendship, he becomes a permanent addition to the roster.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: He's a pyroblossom artisan, the Dragalia version of a firework technician, who launches pyroblossoms into the sky for the Lunar Festival.

    Sylas 
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Adept Aromatherapist
Voiced by: Natsuki Hanae (Japanese), Connor Baymax (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Spear

An old friend of Luca and Laranoa's who meet at the Vernal Banquet.


  • Alchemy Is Magic: Subverted. Despite years of research, Sylas has never managed to make an essential oil that can actually cure something rather than merely bring temporary relief, much to his frustration.
  • Bishōnen: Sylas is a very pretty man.
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: With his very pretty looks, his hairstyle, and his feminine battle animations, if it weren't for his voice, it's easy to mistake Sylas for a woman.
  • The Cameo: Appears in Laranoa's Adventurer Story.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: He was introduced in the Hunt for Harmony event in early April 2019 as a main character, even given a 3D model and voice lines, but wasn't made a playable character until a week after the event was over.
  • Fantastic Racism: He shares the elder sylvan's closed-mindedness about not wanting to deal with outsiders, humans in this case.
  • Old Friend: He's an old childhood friend to both Luca and Laranoa.
  • Never Live It Down: In Universe. Dragalia Life #91 reveals that the deodorant he made is the same scent he made to hide that he wet the bed when he was younger.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: Downplayed, but Sylas has the distinction of using the female lance-wielder animations despite being male.

    Victor 
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Vengeful Commander
Voiced by: Tessho Genda (Japanese), uncredited (English)
Rarity: 5
Unit type: Support
Weapon type: Blade

The commander of the Shadewolves mercenaries who now seeks revenge against the Empire.


  • Anti-Hero: He's generally a heroic person that will Never Hurt an Innocent, but he's a ruthless individual that hunts down the Empire out of revenge.
  • Bald, Black Leader Guy: Has no hair on the top of his head and was the leader of the Shadewolves mercenaries. He was also a general from a northern nation.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: Because of Noelle's reserved and gentle nature of her personality, he doesn't want her to get involved in his path of revenge. Not only just out of her own safety, but he deeply cares about her as well.
  • Becoming the Mask: Victor was original a spy for a rival nation who became a the Shadewolves' captain as part of his cover. He became so attached to the Shadewolves that, when his team was wiped out, he abandoned his original mission entirely so he could avenge their deaths.
  • Coat Cape: Wears a coat as a cape on top of his other coat.
  • Cool Shades: Wears sunglasses. Dragalia Life #145 reveals he has a collection of sillier glasses like heart shades, and bunny-eared ones when he deals with sylvans. He even has Groucho glasses for "looking like a gentleman" which he gives to Euden, but really it's to make people laugh.
  • The Dreaded: Despite his insistence that he'd Never Hurt an Innocent, the crew is disturbed to find many rumors of him razing villages to the ground or poisoning local water supplies. As it turns out, these are the actions of another surviving Shadewolf who's embarked on the same quest for revenge but knew it was impossible without (a lot of) collateral damage. Victor slays him for the betrayal of their code, but also realizes that he was right that successfully getting revenge would inevitably require innocents to die in the crossfile. As a result, Victor ends his quest for revenge and instead decides to make whatever amends he can to the surviving families of all his fallen comrades.
  • Immune to Flinching: Can grant this to the entire party with his second skill, Lethal Stratagem.
  • Never Hurt an Innocent: His policy when he was leading the Shadewolves and when he goes acting on revenge.
  • Revenge: He seeks this to avenge his fallen comrades who fell to the Dyrenell Empire.
  • Support Party Member: Despite his class, Victor's utility is in his long-lasting, party-wide defensive buffs.
  • "X" Marks the Hero: Has an "x"-shape scar on his face.
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