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All character tropes should go on the Fairy Tail character pages. The characters from 100 Years Quest are listed below with the character page they are currently on.


Characters from Fairy Tail

  • Fairy Tail:
    • Natsu Dragneel
    • Strongest Team: Lucy Heartfilia, Happy, Gray Fullbuster, Erza Scarlet, Wendy Marvell, Carla
    • Sirius Team: Makarov Dreyar, Gildarts Clive, Mirajane Strauss, Laxus Dreyar, Gajeel Redfox, Panther Lily, Juvia Lockser, Cana Alberona, Elfman Strauss, Lisanna Strauss, Levy McGarden, Raijin Tribe (Fried Justine, Bickslow, Evergreen),
    • Other Fairy Tail Members: Macao Conbolt, Romeo Conbolt, Alzack Connel, Bisca Connel, Asuka Connel, Jet and Droy, Wakaba Mine, Warren Rocko, Max Aloze, Reedus Jonah, Nab Lasaro, Vijeeter Echo, Laki Olietta, Kinana
  • Official Guilds:
    • Saber Tooth: Sting Eucliffe, Rogue Cheney, Lector, Frosch, Minerva Orland, Yukino Agria, Sorano Agria, Rufus Lore, Olga Nanagia
  • Celestial Spirits: Virgo
  • Alvarez Empire: Brandish μ

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Rebellious

    Rebellious in General 
Rebellious is a counterpart cult to Avatar that follows the will of the White Mage.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Anyone who's "dyed white" by the White Mage becomes enthralled to her will, which includes the majority of Fairy Tail's named members and Jellal, leaving them with no issue attacking former guildmates or each other for failing to uphold the White Mage's desires. Despite this shift in allegiance, their personality traits remain generally unchanged, and they still regard anyone from Fairy Tail as a friend so long as they don't stand in the way of the White Doctrine.
  • Cult: It is a gathering of Brainwashed folks that follow the "White Doctrine", which amounts to helping the White Mage erase powerful sources of magic until the entire world is reduced to a Blank White Void.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Through no will of their own, all of Fairy Tail's named members and Jellal join the cult and face off against Natsu's team, with the exception of Juvia (who is freed by Touka's influence beforehand), Gildarts (who's unaccounted for), and Cana (who it turns out is just plastered out of her mind).
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: Those freed of the White Mage's control are unable to recall what they did while under it. This is best shown with Jellal (who can't remember any of the Ship Tease "battle" with Erza) and Laxus (who doesn't remember his titanic clash with Erza and doesn't realize he's the one who so grievously injured her).
  • Spell My Name with an "S": The name can be alternatively translated as both "Rebellious" and "Liberius".

    Touka / White Mage 

Touka / White Mage

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One of Fairy Tail's newest recruits, Touka is a girl who fell head-over-heels in love with Natsu after he allegedly rescued her from a group of bandits, and joined the guild to be with him. However, she harbors a dark secret: she is possessed by a century-old witch known as the White Mage, who leads the evil cult of white magic users called Rebellious who aim to purge the world of magic.


  • Convenient Coma: After being hit by Wendy's Separation Enchantment, both Touka and White Mage fall unconscious for the rest of the Wood Dragon God arc, and in-universe three days after the battle of Draseal are still out of it, which necessities Fairy Tail to remain in Dramil in order to interrogate her once she wakes up and find out her motives and goals. White Mage wakes up first at the end of Chapter 64, ominously muttering to herself the name of a place called "Elentir".
  • Cool Crown: She wears a circlet with a decorative rose design, ribbons, and a small jewel in the center.
  • Dimensional Traveler: It's heavily implied in Chapter 65 that both White Mage and Touka are in fact from an Alternate Universe called Elentir much like how Mystogan and the Exceeds are from Edolas, as shown when the White Mage casts a trans-dimensional spell using water as a medium called Aqua Aera that she states is thanks to how she was inhabiting Touka. Confirmed indirectly by Mystogan himself in Chapter 66 and finally directly by both in Chapter 67.
  • Eye Color Change: The visual distinction between her Touka and White Mage personalities is made by shifts in her eye colors, with the latter's irises and pupils turning pure white.
  • Fusion Dance: An unintentional one, Faris had wanted to use Touka's power to go to Earthland but the process of her Whiteout accidently fused the two. Faris was in control for the most part but Touka's personality popped up now and then. They're eventually defused during the Wood Dragon arc thanks to Irene and Wendy.
  • Little Bit Beastly: She possesses a striped, furry tail that only Gajeel, Juvia, and Panther Lily are able to see. This is a hint to Touka's Exceed nature.
  • Making a Splash: Double Subverted. Touka claims to be a user of water-type magic, but it's implied it's actually stolen from Mercphobia, the Water Dragon God. And then both the White Mage and Touka do cast the water-based spell Aqua Aera to transport themselves and the strongest team to Edolas long after Mercphobia is freed from her control, revealing Touka really does naturally possess water magic and the White Mage can also use it even after their bodies are separated through her connection to Touka.
  • Mysterious Past: Both Touka and the White Mage's pasts and exact motivations are shrouded in mystery. This only becomes more obvious when the two are separated at the end of the Wood Dragon God arc but interact with each other after awakening from their coma in Chapter 65 in a manner that suggests they knew of each other even before the possession and both have a connection to the equally mysterious "Elentir", another Alternate Universe of magic.
    • For the White Mage, it's unclear why she's come to her opinion and desires to do away with powerful sources of magic or what she's been doing for the last 100 years of her apparent existence on Earthland. Faris reveals she's not really the White Mage, but rather an inhabitant of Elentir that came to Earthland and took over the Rebellious cult by using her powers to fake being the currently-missing White Mage for her own plan to save Elentir from Selene via nullifying Earthland's magic.
    • As for Touka, the exact circumstances of how she was possessed by the White Mage are unclear. After she's revealed to be an Exceed, Carla becomes more suspicious of her, since her name is not among any of the Exceed her mother kept track of. Touka confirms that she is indeed an Exceed native to Elentir, not Edolas, and her ability to cross dimensions was the reason why she was targeted by Faris.
  • Sharing a Body: Touka and the White Mage are two separate entities, with the latter having taken over the former's body, and both sides struggling for dominance over the other: the former is a pure-hearted girl who is hopelessly in love with Natsu; the latter is a Knight Templar who wants to eradicate all magic in the world. It later turns out that Touka's true form is an Exceed, and her human form is the White Mage/Faris' true appearance. The reason for the whole "sharing a body" experience was because Faris used her Whiteout on Touka to gain access to her dimension-crossing magic and ended up merging them together.
  • Thinking Up Portals: They can create portals made of water by using Touka's magic Aqua Aera.

As Touka

  • Accidental Misnaming: When she meets Natsu in person for the first time since her rescue, it's revealed that the "Natsu" she's been fawning over is actually Happy, and a huge case of Mistaken Identity led to her getting their names and roles in her rescue totally backwards. This adds to double the irony when she thinks this trope is in effect when she calls Natsu by his real name in a disoriented state. Once Natsu and Happy set her straight, however, she immediately switches to using their real names.
  • Betty and Veronica: She's the Betty to Carla's Veronica. Happy has been crushing on the Tsundere Carla with little to no success in getting her attention for a while now. Then he finds out Touka is a sweet Exceed who openly loves him because she mistook him for her rescuer. While Happy still likes Carla, he also thinks Touka is cute and doesn't resist her affections.
  • Forgotten First Meeting: She claims to have met Natsu during his training journey roughly one year before the sequel's events, shortly prior to Fairy Tail's battle with Avatar. However, because she was trapped in a barrel, Natsu had no idea he saved her.
  • Helpless Good Side: She's just an innocent girl possessed by an evil witch that makes her complicit in the potential destruction of the world. Though the the motives of the "evil witch" become murky, it still stands that Touka is still an innocent dragged into this.
  • Hopeless Suitor: This is the expected outcome of her crush on Natsu because, as Lucy points out, Natsu is not the type to be interested in romance. This gets subverted when it's revealed she's actually crushing on Happy, who not only does reciprocate, but finds himself juggling affection for her and Carla.
  • I Never Said It Was Poison: While rattling off a list of people who've fancied Gray in the past, she name-drops a high-ranking member of the short-lived Avatar cult, which alarms Gajeel to the point of starting an investigation.
  • I Will Wait for You: When Touka learns of Natsu's absence due to the 100 Years Quest, she declares she will patiently wait for his return as a testament of her love.
  • Involuntary Shapeshifting: Relating to her catlike tail, she's actually an Exceed who's forced to assume the White Mage's human form at all times, since the White Mage doesn't very much like Sharing a Body with a cat. Touka is only able to return to her true form when the White Mage is completely dormant.
  • Loving a Shadow: She fell for Happy because of a misunderstanding that made her think he was a powerful hero who saved her from bandits when Happy wasn't even the one who saved her.
  • Nerves of Steel: Despite being terrified by the power of Fairy Tail's wizards, she opts to remain at the guild to meet "her sweet darling" Natsu.
  • Rescue Romance: According to her, her attraction to Natsu is because he rescued her from bandits over the one-year Time Skip between the Tartaros and Avatar arcs. Ironically, the "Natsu" she fell for is actually Happy, whom she mistook for her real rescuer while "riding" on the real Natsu's back, and confused their names when Happy introduced Natsu in his place.
  • The Rival: She becomes one for Juvia, not because Juvia thinks she's after Gray's affections like her other "romantic rivals", but because she brags that her own love for Natsu is far stronger and more secure than Juvia's love for Gray.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: She quickly starts a contentious relationship with Juvia after insulting her relationship with Gray. However, any serious animosity between them ends after she helps free Juvia from the White Mage's control.
  • Smitten Teenage Girl: She's called out on how her lovesick behavior towards Natsu (actually Happy) is a lot like Juvia's towards Gray.
  • Spanner in the Works: She throws a wrench in the White Mage's plans by freeing Juvia from her brainwashing once they reach Draseal, allowing Juvia to warn Natsu's team.
  • Temporal Theme Naming: The "tou" in her name can be written as the Japanese word for "winter", and she's obsessed with a guy whose name (Natsu) is Japanese for "summer".
  • Transformation of the Possessed: The White Mage uses Transformation Magic to force Touka's body to resemble her own human form, not having any interest in walking around as a talking cat.
  • Water Is Womanly: Like Juvia, Touka uses water-type magic and is a feminine lady who is completely devoted to the one she loves.

As the White Mage / Faris

  • Agonizing Stomach Wound: Selene shoots her through the gut with a beam of magic from her finger while Faris is pleading with her not to destroy Elentir, with the Dragon God rubbing it in Elentir is already destroyed, and it's only Wendy's presence that saves her from an agonizingly slow death.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: Despite brainwashing the Fairy Tail guild and her intentions to control the dragon gods, Faris ultimately is the least threatening antagonist in the sequel as she turns out to only be an Unwitting Pawn in Selene's scheme to destroy the world.
  • Can't Kill You, Still Need You: Her original plan upon using her powers on Fairy Tail was to just kill them all. However, when Natsu and company defeat Mercphobia, whom she originally intended to use against the other Dragon Gods, she changes her plans and decides to use the guild to defeat the other Dragon Gods.
  • Curtains Match the Window: She has silvery blue hair and eyes.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: The White Mage is set up as the ultimate antagonist of the sequel, and is said to be just as dangerous as Zeref, the Big Bad of the original series, was. After she gets defeated and her plan to take control over Aldoron ends in failure, Faris reveals she's not even the real White Mage.
  • Inconsistent Dub: Her title in Japanese is "Shiro Madōshi", with madōshi being almost universally translated in official Fairy Tail materials as "wizard". However, Kodansha has opted to translate her title as "mage", which is more frequently used among fans and media outlets, despite otherwise continuing to use the word "wizard" for the sequel.
  • Knight Templar: She states that her goal is to get rid of powerful sources of magic to prevent the world from falling into chaos and destruction, name-dropping Zeref as an example to justify her cause. However, her magical thefts have left people dead, or at least on the verge of it, and her attempts to control one of the Five Dragon Gods to subjugate the others causes copious destruction anyway. Even with The Reveal she was using Rebellious for her own ends, she was still willing to put countless lives at risk in a desperate attempt to save her home dimension via nullifying all magic in Earthland.
  • Light Is Not Good: She has silver hair and wears a frilly white dress. Unlike Touka who is harmless, she brainwashes almost the entire Fairy Tail guild to turn them into her minions.
  • Magic Is Evil: Zig-Zagged. She believes magic power is only dangerous in excess, which she points out to anyone who tries calling her a Hypocrite for using magic to destroy magic. To this end, she seeks to root out any source of what she believes to be too much magic, whether it's large congregations of powerful wizards like Fairy Tail, or ungodly powerful individuals like the Five Dragon Gods. Even with The Reveal of her true identity, Faris still believed nullifying Earthland's magic was the only way to save Elentir from Selene.
  • Masquerading As the Unseen: Faris isn't truly the White Mage, but since the real one is currently missing with no one apparently the wiser as to their true identity, she was able to insert herself as the leader of Rebellious using her White-Out magic and the resulting More Than Mind Control to sell the deception alongside espousing the White Doctrine with no one the wiser.
  • More Than Mind Control: Once someone has been "dyed white" by her power, they become enthralled into serving her. However, the rest of their personalities, including quirks and priorities, remain intact, as is seen when Natsu's group are confronted by the rest of a brainwashed Fairy Tail and each member acts much the same as they do normally.
  • Mystical White Hair: She has silver hair, and has a mysterious past and an unusual, secret magical nature.
  • No Name Given: The White Mage doesn't have any name beyond her title. Even with The Reveal of her actual name, Faris, it still applies since no one knows who the real White Mage is.
  • Non-Action Big Bad: Despite being one of the biggest threats Fairy Tail has faced, she exclusively uses her magic to drain other wizards, rather than for direct combat. She's ultimately defeated after abruptly finding herself De-Powered, leaving her defenseless against Wendy's separation enchantment.
  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: She manages to break Gajeel's cuffs and seems to be preparing to attack him, Levy, Juvia, Panther Lily and Jellal. Her next scene shows her drinking a cup of tea in the Fairy Tail's guild hall, surrounded by the entire guild beaten and unconscious, without her having any signs of fatigue or injuries.
  • Orcus On Her Throne: She spends the entirety of the Wood Dragon God arc either slouching on a cathedral chair or touring the city, letting her brainwashed slaves do all the work destroying Aldoron's orbs. Justified by the fact that she can't touch the orbs herself, something she admits to Natsu before trying to turn him into another slave, and shown in full when Happy in a panic grabs the orb and throws it at her back, which causes her to scream in agony as her body starts turning to wood from contact as she forces herself away from it and, while she's able to go back to normal afterwards, is left in a heavily weakened state when Mest finds her.
  • Power Nullifier: Her Whiteout power initially seems to be some form of Power Parasite ability in that it steals her victim's magic, but Karameel elaborates that what she actually does is steal the victim's control of their magic, which allows her to restrict or amplify their access to their power at will while controlling them another way. It's also suggested there are limits to how and who she can use her power on, as she only got Mercphobia due to manipulating Karameel and taking it while his guard was down, she was unable to touch and destroy the five orbs on Aldoron's body herself, and when Aldoron goes on an awakened rampage she's more fearful than anything, suggesting a fully aware Dragon God is beyond her capacity. It's eventually revealed by Faris herself that her magic is supposed to be used to erase the overabudance of magical energy that Elentir builds up within itself, as otherwise without usage of this several times a year in certain spots of Elentir, the entire world would erupt in an explosive cataclysm.
  • Really 17 Years Old: According to Jellal, the White Mage has been alive for at least a century. Faris made use of that to better pass herself off as the legendary figure in question, who is currently missing for unknown reasons.
  • Regal Ringlets: She's a refined-looking girl in a frilly dress and has multiple ringlets at the end of her hair. She also has Ojou Ringlets since her sidelocks curl into ringlets too.
  • The Reveal: She's not actually the White Mage, but Faris, an inhabitant of Elentir that used her White-Out powers to pass herself as the White Mage to Rebellious with the intent of nullifying all magic in Earthland to stop Selene from destroying Elentir.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Moon Dragon God Selene played her like a fiddle, giving her the task of stopping the other Dragon Gods in order to spare Elentir Selene's wrath, but Selene also deliberately lied about breaking Aldoron's Power Limiter orbs successfully controlling him rather than letting him on a rampage, all because Selene wanted to watch Aldoron try and destroy everything For the Evulz. Also, she lied about sparing Elentir in the first place, just wanting see some chaos in Earthland from the Dragon Gods getting up in arms while always intending to reside in Elentir and kill the humans there.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Reveals she was just trying to find help to combat Selene, but went the forceful route about it. Touka and some of the Fairy Tail members are a little miffed at her once things settle down but are willing to hear her out.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: Played With. She has silver hair and plays the role of an antagonist early on in the sequel, but she turns out to be a Well-Intentioned Extremist acting on desperate circumstances.

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Guilds

Magia Dragon

    Magia Dragon in General 
Said to be the first wizard guild in history, Magia Dragon was formed in X633 to protect wizards from those who feared magic to be an evil power. Its guildhall stands on the northern continent of Guiltina, where Natsu and his friends embark on their 100 Years Quest.
  • Non-Indicative Name: Zig-Zagged. Natsu thinks there are dragons at Magia Dragon because it's in the name, though his friends point out it's about as likely as a fairy being a member of Fairy Tail. He turns out to be half-right when they discover the master to be a formerly human Dragon Slayer who became a dragon.

    Elefseria 

Elefseria

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The founder and master of Magia Dragon, and a self-taught Dragon Slayer. He is the client of Fairy Tail's 100 Years Quest, which has gone unfulfilled since his guild was formed.


  • The Archmage: He is well-versed in teleportation and size-shifting, and he is an entirely self-taught Dragon Slayer.
  • Badass Beard: Sports a thick wizard's beard that sticks in his dragon form.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: As Fairy Tail's client for the 100 Years Quest, his existence is implied the moment Gildarts's quest is mentioned in the original manga.
  • Cool Old Guy: He is deeply empathetic to other wizards, prompting him to form the world's first guild to unite them against those who would do them harm.
  • Dirty Old Man: He shows what a lech he is when he drools over Lucy and Erza after over a century of seeing nothing but macho men. He also shrinks himself down and teleports himself between Lucy's boobs, looking like he's in heaven because of it.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Thanks to overusing Dragon Slayer magic, he has existed well over 160 years since the guilds were founded.
  • Red Baron: As a dragon, he is known as the "Dragon of Law".
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: He can change between his human and dragon forms at will.
  • Was Once a Man: He is a Dragon Slayer who overused his magic, turning him into a dragon. While he can make himself appear as a human whenever he wants, his dragon form is his Shapeshifter Default Form.
  • Weredragon: Like Acnologia and Irene, he is a Dragon Slayer who succumbed to dragonification, and uses transformation magic to assume his original human form.
  • Wizard Classic: He has the standard appearance of a stout, jolly old wizard.
  • You Killed My Father: According to Mercphobia, Elfseria's family was among those who were killed by himself and the other Dragon Gods in the past, speculating that he began the quest at least in part to avenge them.

Diabolos

    Diabolos in General 
Diabolos is a wizard guild on Guiltina that consists entirely of fifth generation Dragon Slayers, also known as Dragon Eaters, who gained their powers by devouring dragons.
  • Cannibalism Superpower: As their name suggests, Dragon Eaters are Dragon Slayers who eat dragons to acquire their powers.
  • Cool Boat: One of their bases is located on a giant pirate ship created from Skullion's ash magic.
  • Dangerous Forbidden Technique: According to Skullion, all Fifth Generation Dragon Slayers can use Dragon Force, but theirs not only works differently from standard Dragon Force, but its use in combat is strictly prohibited under normal circumstances, to the point where Skullion plans to declare Nebaru K.I.A. for using it rather than tell his master the truth. This is because their Dragon Force speeds up the dragonification process, turning whoever uses it into a dragon in a matter of moments.
  • Meaningful Name: "Diabolos" is the Greek word for "Devil".
  • Removed Achilles' Heel: While it hasn't been confirmed how, Dragon Eaters don't have the same issues of motion sickness as normal Dragon Slayers.
  • Villain: Exit, Stage Left: In round two against the heroes, both Erza and Natsu manage to turn the tables on Kiria and Madmole respectively. Just as Gray gets back on his feet and is set to join in, Skullion decides it's time to cut and run before bothering fighting him again, knowing he's outmatched with his teammates weakened and Wendy neutralizing his offensive magic.

Guild Master

    Georg Reizen 

Georg Reizen

The Dragon Eater guild master of Diabolos.


  • Badass Cape: He wears a cape laid over with dragon scale and horns.
  • Covered in Scars: Almost all the available skin shown on his body is covered in scars, presumably from the dragons he fought and devoured.
  • Fangs Are Evil: Fitting for a Dragon Slayer, Georg has them, and his might well be the biggest and most pronounced of any Dragon Slayer.
  • Jabba Table Manners: He enjoys eating meat by grabbing the whole thing in his hand and squeezing the juices out directly into his mouth while the meat itself squashed in the process, stating that's the best way to eat it. Noticeably, Skullion looks on with a barely-disguised look of disgust at the display.
  • Meaningful Name: His first name sounds like "Gorge" and even compared to the rest of the guild he's a glutton.
  • Orcus on His Throne: He's content with sending out his subordinates to hunt down and bring the Dragon Gods back to him to feast on while he keeps stuffing his face, despite the fact it's indicated his power is such that he could do the job himself.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He states that dragon meat is a one-of-a-kind meal that makes everything else pale before it.
  • Villainous Glutton: While the other Dragon Eaters seem to eat dragons more for their power, Georg is the first to be shown to explicitly enjoy eating dragons for their meat and taste. He expresses dissatisfaction with Aldoron's death in part because he has no interest in eating the earth and wood his body crumbled into.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: Aside from his cape, he doesn't wear any clothing on his upper body, allowing his scars to be shown to the world.
  • "X" Marks the Hero: Subverted. He has an X-shaped scar across his forehead, but is unmistakenly a powerful villain.
  • You Have Failed Me: Downplayed. He accepts Skullion and his team's failure to bring him either Mercphobia or Aldoron after hearing their briefing, but he makes it clear that he won't tolerate continued failure and expects them to bring back the Moon Dragon God Selene, sending one of the Black Dragon Slayer Calvary along to ensure it happens.

Skullion's Team

    Skullion Raider 

Skullion Raider

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A Corpse Dragon Eater and high-ranking member of Diabolos who uses the power of ash to teleport himself and others, as well as destroy anything or anyone it touches.


  • Ashes to Ashes: He uses ash to teleport and destroy anything it touches. It can even reduce water and fire into ash. However, it's weak to Wind Magic, as Wendy's Sky Dragon Slayer Magic shows.
  • Badass Cape: Just in case the skeleton armor didn't make him look cool enough, he has a cape for the finishing touch.
  • Bond Villain Stupidity: He lampshades that he should have just killed Natsu and Wendy from the start instead of tying them up to harvest the dragon factor inside their bodies at a later date, as well as forced Kiria to finish off Erza instead of letting her keep her as a slave. In fairness, he couldn't have predicted that Erza could weaken the effects of Kiria's magic and escape to free the Slayers, nor that someone with Brandish's magic would be an ally of theirs and use her powers to ground the ship out of water to remove motion sickness from the equation, but he's not wrong in noting he should have just cut his losses with such "troublesome" foes and turned them into corpses.
  • Dracolich: His attire, his title as the Corpse Dragon Eater, and his magic having Touch of Death properties all seem to echo popular traits of undead dragons.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: He originally believes Natsu and company intend to kill Mercphobia, which makes them Not So Different, and then scoffs at Natsu's assertion that they intend to help him without bloodshed while stating it doesn't really matter since he's not worth eating to them in his current state.
  • A Father to His Men: He shows concern for Madmole after he's overpowered by Natsu's flames and saves Kiria after Erza sends her flying (despite her annoyance). He also tells Nebaru not to activate his Dragon Force because of the apparent side effects, and the fact that it goes against Diabolos' rules.
  • Hero Killer: Subverted. He seemingly kills Gray by turning his body into ashes. However, it later turns out that Gray was actually saved by Brandish.
  • Intangible Man: Attacks pass right through him when he turns his body into ash.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: Skullion shows multiple times that he has a keen eye for knowing when he and his team have been outmatched, and gradually learns not to take Fairy Tail's power lightly:
    • In the Water Dragon God arc, upon seeing how badly Madmole and Kiria have been injured and with Natsu's reunited and ready to continue the fight, Skullion decides there's nothing to be gained from continuing the battle and teleports them all away, stating We Will Meet Again when all the Dragon Eaters of Diabolos have gathered.
    • In the Wood Dragon God arc, Skullion orders his whole team to pull out and takes his chances with calling in the Black Dragon Slayer Cavalry after Kiria and Wraith are defeated by Fairy Tail, believing the enemy is either too numerous or simply that good.
  • The Leader: While he isn't Diabolos' master, he's still high-ranking enough that he calls the shots for Kiria, Madmole, Nebaru, and Wraith.
  • Logical Weakness: Wendy's Sky Dragon Slayer Magic is able to blow away and disperse the ash he creates, leaving him vulnerable to physical attacks.
  • Meaningful Name: His name sounds like "Carrion" or "Skull", appropriately enough.
  • No-Sell: He can turn his body into ash to phase through attacks and can turn offensive spells turned on him into ash to nullify attacks.
  • The Power of Creation: When he and the other Dragon Eaters teleport away, their ship collapses into ash, with Erza wondering aloud if Skullion possesses some sort of "Ash Make" Magic as well. Gray is incredulous, thinking to himself that such "delicate" Maker Magic couldn't make something so intricate.
  • Pretender Diss: Upon learning Mercphobia has had his a majority of his powers stolen by Touka, he declares that he's no longer the Water Dragon God and not worth eating.
  • Skeletons in the Coat Closet: His body is covered in armor made from bones, with a human-sized horned dragon skull serving as his helmet.
  • Touch of Death: Judging from his wording, he can kill people with a touch by turning them into ash. During his battle with Gray, he turns the entire section of ocean they're fighting in into a sea of ash that threatens to spread and engulf Ermina, only stopped by Gray freezing it. He then hits Gray with his "Black Ash" technique that would have dissolved him into ash had Brandish not saved him.
  • Villain Respect: During their battle, he expresses some level of approval at Gray's Ice Demon Slayer powers being able to counter his ash attacks. He later commends Natsu's team for their strength during their second battle.
  • Villain Teleportation: He possesses a form of ash magic that can teleport himself and other people to different locations.

    Kiria 

Kiria

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The Blade Dragon Eater, who can rend her opponents to pieces.


  • Ambiguously Bi: It's not explicitly stated if she's romantically interested in women, but she cuts up Lucy's Star Dress while saying she looks as "delicious" as a dragon, complete with Lecherous Licking. Later on, she gets really into fighting Erza, complete with a blush, and then takes great pleasure in forcing her to beg for mercy before turning her into a slave. She does, however, develop a crush on Laxus during their battle.
  • Absurdly Sharp Blade: Her Blade Dragon Slayer Magic can slice through metal, water, and clothes without touching the skin. According to her, there's nothing her magic can't cut through, to the point where she can cut through personalities, like when she cuts Erza's "strength" and turns her into a quivering, submissive mess.
  • All Amazons Want Hercules: Kiria, a serious Blood Knight who is on par with Erza and loves nothing more than the thrill of fight, develops a crush on Laxus after he utterly dominates her in combat. She is particularly impressed that he views himself as weak despite his immense power.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: Her magic is a Laser Blade variant that extends from her hands up to her forearms.
  • Blood Knight: She's just as eager to test her might against Mercphobia as she is to eat him, and expresses disappointment on both accounts when his servant proves to be inadequate in battle and taste. She also doesn't hesitate to engage fellow Dragon Slayer Natsu at a drop of a hat, and gets pumped to cross blades with a swordswoman like Erza, only to call out her partner for getting in the way. Even when expressing disbelief after Laxus beats her to a pulp, she still has an eager desire to turn the tables on him, only to end up falling for him because of his strength when she fails to cut his strength like she did with Erza.
  • Breath Weapon: Her Blade Dragon's Tearing Roar, which seems to fire uncontrollable blades of energy that can slice through rock like tissue paper.
  • Bullying a Dragon:
    • She learns too little, too late that it was a bad idea to brainwash Erza Scarlet into being her slave and thinking she could get away with it.
    • She's confident she can take on Laxus during the Melee La Trois in Drasil, only to find herself shocked when he beats her into the ground while he has only lost his shirt in the clash.
  • Chainmail Bikini: The only thing she has on her upper chest is a chain bikini.
  • Complaining About Rescues They Don't Like: When Erza sends her flying, Skullion uses his magic to catch her before she fall, though she's just pissed that he's holding her in a compromising position.
  • Curbstomp Battle: She's on the receiving end against Laxus. At most, Kiria cuts his shirt off when his guard is down, but when we cut back to their fight, Laxus is standing over her with not a single scratch while she's on the floor twitching. Then when she thinks she can get the upper hand by cutting his strength it doesn't work because he already sees himself as weak. He then proceeds to knock her out in one attack.
  • Fangs Are Evil: She has the noticeably developed canines of a Dragon Slayer and likes to show them off with her Slasher Smile. Notably, when she realizes that she might have developed a crush on Laxus, her smile becomes more pleasant with her fangs no longer being prominent.
  • I Surrender, Suckers: She lets herself be captured as a sacrifice to Mercphobia just so she can lure him out and kill him. The effort is wasted when Mercphobia's servant comes instead.
  • Laser Blade: She creates energy blades from her hands that extend longer than her own body, and can neatly slice through whatever she uses them on.
  • Maniac Tongue: She frequently licks her lips when she faces an opponent (or a potential meal) who catches her interest.
  • Meaningful Name: Her name in Japanese contains the root word "kiri", which can be interpreted to mean "cutting".
  • Mind Rape: Her "cutting mentality" power is revealed to be some sort of hypnosis that attacks the mind through visual contact. Erza is able to recover with her Magical Eye weakening its effect, but it says something of how strong it is that it takes some time to finally wear off. However, during the rematch, Erza boasts that it won't work twice now that she knows the trick.
  • Mercury's Wings: She has hair decs shaped like wings.
  • Oh, Crap!:
    • When she realizes Erza has access to a sword enchanted with Dragon Slayer Magic. It gets more extreme when Erza finally lands a decisive hit on her that sends her crashing up through Diabolos' ship.
    • She's effectively left crapping herself in the background watching Laxus and Erza go at it and realizing just how much she underestimated both of them.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Her left eye is covered by her hair.
  • Razor-Sharp Hand: Without using her Laser Blades, she can still perform a Clean Cut on metal bars with her bare hands.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Madmole's Blue, being a Stripperific and passionate Blood Knight with the power to cut through anything.
  • Sadist: While she admits she enjoys a good fight, she also loves watching her opponents break down in terror before her thanks to her cruel side. She takes great pleasure in degrading and hurting Erza after crippling her mentally, and Skullion indicates Erza isn't the first "strong" individual she's reduced like this.
  • Sex Is Violence: When she fights Erza, it gets to the point where she's gushing about how strong Erza is with a blush on her face.
  • Slain in Their Sleep: An averted downplayed example, as Erza is unable to bring herself to attack Kiria while she's sleeping despite quivering in rage at the humiliation she endured from the Mind Rape. Kiria herself mocks Erza for her inability to finish her while she was at her weakest, though Erza fires back that her defeat wouldn't be nearly as satisfying if she couldn't see it coming.
  • Slasher Smile: She has a grotesque smile with a Maniac Tongue in the heat of battle that creeps Natsu out.
  • Sore Loser: Subverted. She doesn't take her loss against Erza in their second fight very well, feeling she could still win against her. When Laxus beats the snot out of her twice during their battle, however, she realizes just how outclassed she is and takes it much better, and even develops a crush on him.

    Madmole 

Madmole

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The Armor Dragon Eater, who is clad in the strongest armor.


  • Affably Evil: He's easily the friendliest and more morally-right of his teammates.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: He might be a member of the Dragon Eaters, but he shows dismay at Kiria turning Erza into her slave.
  • Lantern Jaw of Justice: Despite his moral ambiguity, he has a large, square chin.
  • Meaningful Name: Just like Kiria and Skullion, his name in Japanese (マッドモール ) sounds like "Mamoru" (to protect) with an extra Do and long Ru syllabe. Fittingly, since his power over armor allows him to protect himself and others.
  • No-Sell: Brute force attacks are incapable of punching through his defense thanks to the power of his Armor Dragon Slayer Magic. Even Natsu's Fire Dragon King''s Demolition Fist (the very same attack that destroyed a War God the size of a mountain) can't budge him. He later states that the Armor Dragon has resistance against other forms of attack as well, such as heat. Natsu eventually defeats him by turning up the heat so much and so long with Fire Dragon King's Purgatory his defense can't stand up to it anymore, and even then, he manages to get back on his feet very quickly.
  • Not So Stoic: He visibly panics when Skullion suggests that they may have to employ Diabolos' ace in the sleeve, the Black Dragon Slayer Cavalry.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue to Kiria's Red, being a calm and well-armored warrior with an incredibly powerful defense.
  • The Stoic: He is stone-faced and soft-spoken at all times, never changing his expression when everyone else around him is gazing in awe at Mercphobia.
  • Super Toughness: As a testament to his Armor Dragon Slayer Magic's durability, he can block Erza's sword strike with his own bare head. Taken even further when Natsu hits him dead on with his Fire Dragon King's Demolition Fist, and Natsu is the one who gets hurt with blood spurting out of his hand.
  • Unusual Eyebrows: The ends of his eyebrows are shaped like the tips of a cross moline.
  • Verbal Tic: Ends many of his sentences with "-cha!"

    Nebaru 

Nebaru

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The Clinging Dragon, who has an arachnid appearance and can produce strands of sticky web from his body.


  • All Webbed Up: He subjects his opponents to this, spitting silk at them and telekinetically wrapping them up from a distance.
  • Arachnid Appearance and Attire: Has a very spider-like look, especially with his eyes, powers and sharp teeth.
  • Brought Down to Normal: Irene uses her powers to completely remove Nebaru's magic, making him a normal person and undoing his dragonization.
  • Ceiling Cling: He makes his debut hanging from the ceiling of the hall he's in, thanks to his Dragon Slayer powers.
  • Combat Pragmatist: He fights Wendy from a distance, making sure she's all wrapped in a cocoon before descending from the ceiling. When Wendy manages to overcome this and land a strike on him, he doesn't hesitate to hurry up and finish his original mission of destroying Aldoron's orb while she's still somewhat restricted before getting ready to fight her to his heart's content.
  • Exotic Eye Designs: He has creepy pitch-black eyes with three white dots, making them resemble a spider's eyes.
  • Facial Markings: Nebaru has black markings resembling claw marks over his eyes.
  • Hulk Speak: He speaks in broken English/Japanese, making him look more feral and beast-like than his colleagues.
  • Hulking Out: Once he activates Dragon Force, he becomes thrice the size he was and is far more powerful than before, being able to easily inflict a Curb-Stomp Battle to Wendy, who had just activated Dragon Force herself.
  • I am a Humanitarian: Once he smells dragon on Wendy, he decides to have her as an appetizer before eating Aldoron. Upon beating her up in Dragon Force, he downright asks her to choose which body part he'll eat first.
  • Maniac Tongue: He has a long, slender tongue that dangles out, adding to his bestial visage.
  • Meaningful Name: Nebaru is straight-up just the Japanese meaning "to cling/stick".
  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: He inflicts this on Wendy once he enters Dragon Force, smashing her through buildings and wailing on her brutally once he wraps her up.
  • No-Nonsense Nemesis: Downplayed. He's excited to fight Wendy when she proves a difficult opponent, but he still puts his mission to destroy Aldoron's orb first... and succeeds.
  • One-Winged Angel: While the first step of his Dragon Force noticeably alters his body, he becomes a full-blown Dragon-Human hybrid covered in Spikes of Villainy.
  • Power Dyes Your Hair: Using Dragon Force turns his black hair into a white flame-like mane.
  • Power-Up Food: He quickly snacks on some sticky gum to replenish his power before getting ready to face off with Wendy.
  • Sneaky Spider: Wendy notices he's in the building only when he talks.
  • Spiders Are Scary: Compared to the other characters, his sharp fangs, spider-like eyes and the fact that he easily overpower Wendy and plans to devour her makes him threatening-looking.
  • Sticky Situation: He's the Clinging Dragon Slayer, which lets him produce and manipulate sticky threads from his body and wrap people in cocoons like a humanoid spider.
  • Uncertain Doom: After Wendy and Irene successfully save him from his dragonification, he's left unconscious in a crater, with no sign of what happened to him during Aldoron's awakening and rampage, the fight with the God Seeds, and the Dragon's God death and resulting destruction of his body and the cities on his body. Skullion reports to Georg that while Nebaru did in fact use his Dragon Force, they lost contact with him and they have no idea if he's still alive.
  • Would Hit a Girl: He has no issues at all fighting Wendy, up to and including smashing her through a building.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Not only does he show no issue hurting a young girl like Wendy, he noticeably expresses a desire to eat her once he smells the dragon inside her.

    Wraith 

Wraith

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The Spirit Dragon Eater, sent to attack Aldoron with his colleagues. He is the actual ghost of a dead wizard who has the power to manipulate and attack with souls.


  • Affably Evil: He's a member of a morally-bankrupt guild who hunts and devour dragons and Dragon Slayers alike, currently planning to destroy the Dragon God Aldoron, which one would have every reason to believe would bring untold destruction on the population of the five cities on him. Despite this, he seems to be pretty friendly and polite to Natsu as he meets him, apologizing for needing to kill and eat his soul.
  • Bishōnen: He's the fairest looking of all the members of Diabolos.
  • Combat Pragmatist: He possesses Happy when Natsu starts overpowering him, noting that Natsu is too strong for him in a straight fight now and that he wouldn't hurt a friend. When that doesn't work, he flies away so he can find a stronger body to possess and enhance his power.
  • Exhausted Eye Bags: Downplayed, though they do stand out in his otherwise pretty face. They also appear on those he's possessing.
  • Ghostly Goals: He claims he can't pass on until he kills the one who originally killed him, and so he joined Diabolos to gain the power to do that. Said power gaining involves devouring the souls of dragons or other Dragon Slayers. After reading Makarov's memories, he finds out who he was and how he died, which allows him to pass peacefully.
  • Graceful Loser: After regaining his memories, he finds himself at peace and gracefully surrenders to Natsu before passing on to the afterlife, sharing one last farewell with Makarov as well.
  • Grand Theft Me: As a spirit, he has the ability to do this to living beings in a pinch, such as with Happy or Makarov. Under the right circumstances, he can even perform Super Empowering on those he possesses.
  • Hand-Hiding Sleeves: He sports a long coat with sleeves that hide his hands.
  • Hitodama Light: He uses souls in the form of white flames as projectiles to attack others.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: By ripping out Natsu's soul, he inadvertently gives Natsu the means to physically hit him once Natsu breaks out his unconscious state and starts fighting back.
  • Intangibility: One of his powers as the Spirit Dragon Slayer is that physical attacks pass right through him, while he's free to hit or grab his opponents. This does not apply to other spirits, however.
  • Invisible to Normals: Zig-Zagged. Few people can actually perceive his existence under ordinary circumstances, with Dragon Slayers being the only ones who can, which he says is the reason why he joined Diabolos; however, his attacks are visible, as Happy—who can't see him at all—is shocked when Natsu is suddenly engulfed by white flames.
  • Meaningful Name: A two-fold example: his name is a synonym for "ghost", which is what he is, while its Japanese spelling (Reisu) contains the word meaning "spirit" (rei).
  • The Needless: As a ghost, he has no need for sustenance, and admits thaat he devours dragons for gaining power, not to satisfy hunger.
  • One Degree of Separation: By sheer improbable luck, his true identity in life was that of a wizard and Makarov's friend from Fairy Tail, the latter of which he comes into armed conflict with, and the former of whom he possesses to fight Natsu.
  • Our Ghosts Are Different: He's the Spirit Dragon Slayer, as in he can manipulate souls and he is a ghost.
  • Remember the New Guy?: Downplayed by virtue of him being the ghost of someone who died long ago, but all the same, he's eventually revealed to be one of Makarov's closest friends when he was still a team with Porlyusica, Yajima, Goldmine, Bob, and Rob, who mourned but never spoke of him again until Makarov caught a glimpse of his spirit ascending to the afterlife.
  • Soul Power: He fights by manipulating souls into offensive attacks and can rip souls out of his victims to eat them.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": His name is initially translated by Kodansha as "Reiss", due to the translator interpreting it solely as a Japanese pun on the word rei, meaning "spirit". This was changed in the following volume.
  • Steven Ulysses Perhero: He had the name "Wraith" long before he died and became a wandering, vengeful ghost with control over human souls, assuming he didn't use any soul-related magic in life.
  • Super Empowering: He can perform this on those he possesses, with how much of a power boost depends on fulfilling three conditions to boost their "synchro rate": They must have equal or greater magic power as himself, they must have "seen into the abyss of death," and/or they must be related to him. He notes the last condition is impossible to fulfill as he has no living relatives that he knows of.
  • Tomato in the Mirror: After possessing Makarov's body, he begins to suspect by their incredible "synchro rate" that he might be Makarov's relative. As it turns out, once he regains his memory, he was part of a different family of Makarov's: the Fairy Tail guild itself, where he was one of Makarov's closest friends.
  • Your Soul Is Mine: He tells this to Natsu after defeating him and ripping his soul out with the intent of devouring it.

Black Dragon Slayer Calvary

    In General 
  • The Dreaded: Madmole noticeably panics when Skullion mentions they'll likely need to call them in to deal with Fairy Tail, and Skullion himself clearly doesn't relish the thought of doing so.
  • Praetorian Guard: They're the most powerful Dragon Eaters in Diabolos directly under Georg, and Georg only allows one of them to join Skullion's team because he's tired of them constantly running back empty-handed.

    Suzaku 

Suzaku

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The Red Dragon Eater.


  • Extreme Omnivore: His Red Baron as "The Red Dragon" implies he can eat anything the color red the same way Sting can eat anything the color white as the White Dragon Slayer.
  • Meaningful Name: His name translates to "red bird", and is the Japanese name for the Vermilion bird in Asian culture that represents fire and summer.
  • Red Is Violent: He's explicitly called the Red Dragon, and he's a member of a group considered The Dreaded even among a bunch of dragon-devouring mages.
  • Samurai Ponytail: He styles his hair this way and the samurai vibes are enhanced with both his robe and the long sword sheathed at his side.

Fairy Nail

    Fairy Nail in General 
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Fairy Nail is a celebrity guild located in the Guiltina city of Tekka. By sheer coincidence, both the name and many of its members bear an uncanny similarity to those of Fairy Tail.


  • Distaff Counterpart: Elfman's counterpart is revealed to be a woman. In contrast with his "manly man" personality, his counterpart works as a makeup artist.
  • Happily Married: Gajeel and Levy's counterpart are shown to be a married comedy troupe couple.
  • Identical Stranger: They look completely like the main series counterpart just focused more acting jobs then adventuring.
  • Male Gaze: Cana's counterpart works as a foot model.
  • Meganekko: Erza's counterpart wears glasses.
  • Slap-Slap-Kiss: How Natsu and Lucy's counterparts relationship goes. Natsu's counterpart verbally abuses the Lucy one but is revealed to be very intimate with her.

Five Dragon Gods

    Five Dragon Gods in General 
The Five Dragon Gods are five insurmountably powerful dragons that inhabit the mysterious land of Guiltina, each rumored to rival the might of Acnologia himself. The goal of Fairy Tail's Century Quest is to seal these dragons away, but no one has ever managed to face them and live to tell about it in over 160 years.
  • All-Powerful Bystander: They haven't budged an inch for centuries, not even taking part in the events leading to the Dragon King Festival and the virtual extinction of the dragons, remaining content to mind their own business. However, it's believed that they will stir when something "massive" happens, and their capacity for cataclysmic destruction is precisely why Elefseria wants to make sure they're contained. Dragon God Ignia himself implies that "something" is actually Acnologia's death, as he's the reason they fled to Guiltina and went into hiding.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: Implied, as August first mentioned the existence of "dragon gods" when marveling over God Serena's power, even though God Serena laughed off the idea of such dragons existing, let alone any dragon that could withstand him. It turns out there are dragons with the title of "gods" in this world, and they're set up as the villains of 100 Years Quest.
  • Day of the Week Name: Their elements (and corresponding titles) are based on the Japanese names for the weekdays:
    • Monday: Getsuyoubi (Moon): Moon Dragon God Selene
    • Tuesday: Kayoubi (Fire): Fire Dragon God Ignia
    • Wednesday: Suiyoubi (Water): Water Dragon God Mercuphobia
    • Thursday: Mokuyoubi (Wood): Wood Dragon God Aldoron
    • Friday: Kinyoubi (Metal/Gold): Gold Dragon God Viernes
  • Dragons Are Divine: While they aren't truly gods, they are amongst the most powerful of the Dragon race and were worshipped in the past as gods for their terrible power and deeds with it.
  • The Dreaded: Just as Acnologia was believed far and wide to be the most terrible force of destruction Earth-land has ever known, there are secretly five others of his caliber—and if they were to go to war, it would spell The End of the World as We Know It. The fact that they have to fight these beasts strikes dread into Fairy Tail's hearts, considering how much magic power it took to take Acnologia down.
  • A God Am I: While Mercphobia goes the A God I Am Not route, at least two of them (Aldoron and Ignia) definitely seem to buy into the hype that they have become gods of this world.
  • God Guise: They are of the "mistaken for gods" variety who built up their strength to rival Acnologia, causing humans to fear and revere them as actual gods. In Mercphobia's case, the people of Ermina have a religion dedicated to him while Aldoron is hailed by the people of Draseal as a guardian god.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: Ignia reveals they fled to Guiltina 400 years ago during the Dragon King Festival to escape Acnologia out of fear of him, since they lacked the power to challenge him at the time. Of course, by the time they actually grew in strength to rival his, he was already killed.
  • Motive Decay: They originally fled to Guiltina in hopes of someday growing strong enough to challenge Acnologia, but in the intervening years, most of them have seemingly abandoned this goal (Mercphobia is more interested in ruling Ermina, while Aldoron is content with acting as the foundation for several towns) with the only exception being Ignia. Selene and Aldoron meanwhile are revealed to have changed their goals to Take Over the World, with the latter wanting to feed on all life to grow stronger while the former wanted to use Aldoron to do the job before deciding to do it herself after his death.
  • Not-So-Omniscient Council of Bickering: Despite being known collectively as the "Five Dragon Gods", they mostly keep to themselves and don't really have much connection besides being incredibly powerful dragons. Mercphobia even admits he hasn't had much contact with the others aside from Ignia.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: Each of them qualifies by virtue of having comparable power to Acnologia, but for specifics:
    • Mercphobia can cause The Great Flood to happen simply as a consequence of Power Incontinence, and when he goes crazy, even in an instinctual rage can lift all the water flooding Ermina into the sky while preventing anymore water from flooding in.
    • Ignia simply by flaring his Magic Power can set an entire city on fire.
    • Aldoron is so huge a single stomp can destroy a mountain range, to say nothing of his actual magic that creates trees that dwarf the mountains.
  • Power Incontinence: Several of them have been revealed to have an issue with this, their power growing so vast they can't fully control it anymore. Mercphobia's powers have gotten to the point he can't stop raising the tides at night and fears he could cause The Great Flood if left unchecked. Aldoron needed to create his Power Limiter orbs and the Five God Seed generals to suppress his power after he grew to the gargantuan size he's reached in the present.
  • Shrouded in Myth: Because they're content to live in hiding, very few in the world have ever heard of them and fewer still believe them to be anything other than legend, from the Magic Council to Acnologia himself. All that's known is that each has the magic power to rend the earth and burn the sky should they so choose to.
  • Weredragon: Unlike humans who forcibly turned into dragons from overusing their Dragon Slaying Magic, they each seem to know Transformation Magic that allows them to appear as humans.

    Mercphobia 

Mercphobia

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The Water Dragon God, ruler of Ermina, and the first of the Dragon Gods encountered by Natsu and friends. While he possesses a surprising level of cordialness and interest in humans in the present, in the past he was greatly feared for his willingness to drown countless numbers of them without care.


  • Bishōnen: His human form takes the shape of a young man with long hair and a handsome face.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: The White Wizard makes him go on a rampage in Ermina, with Karameel tearfully pleading with Natsu and company to put him out of his misery.
  • Brought Down to Normal: After Natsu powered up on Ignia's flames manages to beat him to a pulp and halt his brainwashed rampage, Mercphobia ends up expending his available magic power and finds himself reduced to a "mere" human. He doesn't mind though, as now he doesn't have to worry about his power threatening the world and his people anymore.
  • Death Seeker: He admits to Natsu's team that he wants to die, or at least be sealed away, to ensure his powers don't endanger the planet. However, he can't do that until he regains his stolen magic and restores Ermina's citizens to human form.
  • Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors: Both played straight and subverted. His Water Dragon Magic is noted to be capable of easily nullifying Natsu's fire, but said magic is also barely inconvenienced by Gray's ice. This is partially due to the fact that he just has so much more power than either of them. It's only when Ignia, a fellow God Dragon, comes onto the scene that Mercphobia struggles to counter magic.
  • Elemental Shapeshifter: Similar to Juvia, Mercphobia has the ability to turn his body into water on reflex to let attacks harmlessly slip through him in the rare case he actually gets attacked by something that can actually hurt him. When Natsu tries to hit him with Crimson Lotus: Exploding Flame Blade, doing this not only lets him avoid damage, but it also lets him extinguish Natsu's fire.
  • Facial Markings: He has a serpentine-shaped tattoo around his right eye. His dragon form has similar tattoos around his face.
  • A God I Am Not: He's pretty upfront about the fact he doesn't consider himself a god despite his power and the people of Ermina's worship of him. In fact, he had no intentions of being worshiped as such and outright considers the past "miracles" they worship him for as atrocities.
  • The Good King: Technically the God Is Good of Ermina from their standpoint, but he seems to view himself more like this. His underwater palace contains massive gardens that distribute food to the city, a medical facility for the fish and humans-turned-fish, and a watchtower with which he can spot and rescue shipwrecked sailors. He's also very reasonable and protective of his people, to the point he used transformation magic to ensure they wouldn't be drowned by the unnatural high tide caused by his powers. Natsu's team honestly question if he's really supposed to be some sort of terrifying world-destroying dragon.
  • The Great Flood: According to him, this is what his Power Incontinence ultimately risks doing if it continues.
  • Horned Humanoid: His human form has a noticeable set of curved horns coming out of his head, which are also present on his dragon form.
  • Lord of the Ocean: Worshiped as a god of water, or a suijin in Japanese.
  • Making a Splash: When he makes his grand appearance, he quite literally splits the ocean apart. And when he gets serious fighting Natsu and company, he lifts all the water out of the sea surrounding Ermina into the sky and creates giant whirlpools out of it. When Gray tries to freeze his attacks, he just instantly turns it back into water.
  • Meaningful Name: The first half of this dragon's name comes from the Roman god Mercurynote , while the planet Mercury is known in Japanese as the "Water Star". The "phobia" half is a suffix used to describe a specific fear. According to himself, he very much put the fear of water in his enemies back in the past.
  • No Badass to His Valet: His human assistant Karameel, while respectful to him, is about the only person in Ermina who doesn't treat him like a god and is much more blunt about making her opinions known. He appreciates it, knowing that it comes from a good place and finding it refreshing from all the worship.
  • No-Sell: Once he goes berserk and his powers return, he's able to match Fairy Tail's attacks with his own easily, and that's when he's not just tanking them to no effect. Natsu using Fire Dragon King's Roar and Fist? Mercphobia overpowers the former with his own Breath Weapon and tanks the latter with no visible effect. Gray freezing his attacks? He just turns it back into water. Natsu hitting him point-blank with Crimson Lotus: Exploding Flame Blade? Mercphobia noticeably pauses...and then extinguishes Natsu's fire and revealing he turned his body into water to absorb the blow before trying to suck him into a whirlpool.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: Unlike most of the Dragons in the setting, he has a more Eastern design, which is more fitting in their association with water.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: His hair is styled so only his right side is visible.
  • Power Incontinence: His power has grown so much that he can no longer effectively control it. The massive high tide that drowns the city of Ermina is just one side-effect of this loss of control, and in time it could very well spread across the world. Having some of his power stolen by Touka only made things even worse, despite Karameel's desperate hopes, as it made it possible for her to control his mind as a servant.
  • Power Tattoo: Has one on the right side of his face and eye.
  • Rent-a-Zilla: Natsu comments upon seeing his true form that he's even bigger than Igneel. Indeed, when fellow Dragon God and Igneel's son Ignia shows up (who seems about average-sized as far as dragons go), a panel showing the two facing each other shows Mercphobia's true form towers over Ignia's own.
  • Retired Monster: Is very up-front to Natsu's team about how, while he might have had a change of heart towards humanity in the present, wiping them out "like ants before the tide" was second nature to him in the past.
  • Sea Monster: His true form resembles an Eastern dragon, appearing like a massive winged sea serpent.
  • Stop Worshipping Me: He would like to do this towards the people of Ermina, but they've believed in him for so long that doing so would throw them into chaos, nor would it fix the problem of his powers going haywire.
  • Taking the Bullet: Throws himself on top of Karameel to take the shockwaves from Kiria's Blade Dragon's Tearing Roar, which noticeably tear into his body but leaves her unharmed.
  • Worf Had the Flu: He's still powerful, but Touka putting an unknown amount of restriction on his power has hampered his combat capability from the Physical God he once was, to the point he's unable to stand up to the Dragon Eaters of Diabolos in a direct fight when they come calling. Skullion himself states that in Mercphobia's current state, he's no longer worth eating and they leave him to go and hunt down Touka. This gets shown in full detail when Touka restores his power at the cost of his sanity, where he takes multiple Dragon Slayer Magic-empowered attacks from Fairy Tail's strongest team dead-on and just shrugs them off while he was grievously wounded by one of Kiria's attacks with his power restricted. And even then, it's the fact that he's unable to fully leverage his power after being reduced to a rampaging beast that gives the team a chance to survive long enough for Ignia to offer help.

    Ignia 

Ignia

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The Fire Dragon God, Igneel's biological son, and by extension Natsu's foster brother. He eagerly awaits the chance to clash with Natsu and see which of them has the superior fire.


  • Bishōnen: His human form is a long-haired pretty boy wearing no shirt to show off his toned muscles.
  • Blasphemous Boast: While observing from afar Aldoron's utter decimation of the Guiltena flying warships after they fail to harm him with their Uranus cannons, Ignia smugly notes that no human weapon could ever hope to harm a god of dragons.
  • Blood Knight: He really wants to fight Natsu, as in "fight to the death." He also admits he wanted to be the one to kill Acnologia in order to test his own strength against the Dragon King.
  • Cain and Abel: The dynamic seems to be shaping up like this with Ignia as the Cain and Natsu the Abel (again), as Natsu is a guy who loves a good fight but grows incensed at potentially hurting innocents, while Ignia doesn't seem to care at all for people caught in his crossfire. Ignia himself seems to be encouraging this, as he wants Natsu to fight him at his strongest. That said, while Natsu acknowledges they have the same father, he still only views Zeref as his actual brother.
  • Final Boss: Invoked, as Ignia wants to fight Natsu at his absolute strongest and thus is content (indeed, even eager) for him to take on the other four Dragon Gods first to hone himself further. His appearance against Mercphobia can even be seen from his perspective as a Final Boss Preview.
  • Helping Would Be Kill Stealing:
    • Downplayed. He shows up to "help" Natsu and the gang against the out-of-control Mercphobia, but he makes it clear he's not actually going to fight the Water Dragon God since that wouldn't help them grow stronger. Instead, he's just here to give Natsu a temporary Power-Up to stand up to Mercphobia, but the rest of the fight is all on him.
    • He also mocks Natsu for needing the help of other Dragon Slayers for defeating Acnologia instead of relying solely on his own strength.
  • I Need You Stronger: He wants Natsu to be at his absolute best when they face off so they can have a "proper" deathmatch. After Aldoron's death, he expresses approval of how far Natsu's coming along and where he's going.
  • Meaningful Name: Like his father, "Ignia" is one letter off from "ignis", the Latin root for the word "fire".
  • Morphic Resonance: His human form has both the tattoos of his dragon form and his hair.
  • The Only One Allowed to Defeat You: He makes it clear he wants that inevitable showdown with Natsu when he comes in to save him from being killed by Mercphobia.
  • Playing with Fire: He wouldn't be Igneel's son and Natsu's brother without it. He claims his flames are so powerful not even water can snuff them out.
  • Spikes of Villainy: He noticeably has more horns and spikes on his body than Igneel, and unlike his human-loving father he doesn't seem to have much issue with catching humans in the crossfire as shown when he sets Ermina on fire.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: He has Igneel's color palette, general build, horns, and horned nose.
  • Underestimating Badassery: Downplayed, as he is legitimately powerful, but Ignia claims that he and his fellow Dragon Gods have not just rivaled, but surpassed Acnologia's own might. Even ignoring Acnologia's power-up via devouring the magic energy of the Space between Time at the climax of the final arc (something that's unlikely for Ignia to be aware of), there's also the fact there exists at least one Bad Future where Acnologia managed to Take Over the World, implying that he and his fellow Dragon Gods bit the dust in that timeline.

    Aldoron 

Aldoron

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The Wood Dragon God who resides in Draseal...or more accurately, whose body is the foundation on which the city of Draseal, split into five separate towns, is built upon.


  • Awakening the Sleeping Giant: God Seed Aldoron notes that now that the White Mage has destroyed his Power Limiters, Aldoron has fully awakened and no longer wishes to spend his days sleeping away. Now, he will unleash his power and conquer/destroy all of Giltena for his God Seeds to inhabit, and possibly move on to the world.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Once he fully awakens, a fleet of flying magic warships from Guiltina's Magic Council arrive and move in to intercept, having apparently been watching and waiting for the day he might finally go on a rampage. The ships proceed to blast him in the face with a barrage of Uranus cannons—which the heroes note seem to be even stronger than the Jupiter cannons they're used to—only for him to emerge with no injuries and proceed to casually destroy the entire fleet by summoning multiple giant trees that dwarf the hills and mountains around him and pierce clean through the ships.
  • Evil All Along: Throughout the first half of the arc, the characters aren't entirely sure whether he's good or evil, since he allows people to live on his back, and just sleeps most of the time. When he wakes up, though, its suddenly made very clear that Aldoron's only ever cared about the people on his back in so far as he saw them as sources of sustenance, and he fully intends on either destroying, or subjugating the rest of the world.
  • Gentle Giant: Apparently, he was the one to asked the humans to build cities over his massive body. Even when he occasionally emerges, all he does is stretch a little and take a nap on the surface, leaving his people unharmed. As it turns out though, he needed them to stay unharmed until the day he could finally be awakened fully, as many of the humans were in fact living seeds he cultivated with the intention of healing his body. He also couldn't move much even if he wanted to, as that was part of the condition of the sealing he put on his own body. It's then averted when he fully awakens, as he shows no obvious concern at the devastation caused to the towns once he starts moving around, and in fact the majority of the residents are happy by this since it will make it easier for them to remerge with Aldoron's body.
  • Giant Equals Invincible: Aldoron is so huge that most attacks are effectively mosquito bites on him, and he treats them accordingly. It takes Brandish growing Gajeel to comparable size before someone can actually land a hit that makes him do more than pause and actually knock him around.
  • Green Thumb: He can control plant life. The majority of Draseal's residents are living "nutrient seeds" that he cultivated from his sealed power that masqueraded as humans for generations, their intended goal to fuse with him once he fully awakened to fully heal any remaining injuries he possessed. God Seed Aldoron goes so far to claim that Aldoron has power over life itself.
  • Jerkass Gods: The people of Draseal revere him as a deity, even willing to sacrifice themselves to him. Aldoron only ever viewed them as nourishment to grow stronger.
  • Life Drinker: God Seed Aldoron reveals that in addition to his human looking seeds, actual humans would live in his cities where he would absorb their energies over generations to add to his power. There’s no mention if this was detrimental to the humans, or not. He also reveals this is basically his motivation with his awakening, and aims to feed on even his fellow Dragon Gods.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: Once he fully awakens, he unleashes a massive roar that sends everyone who hears it to covering their ears.
  • Mook Maker: He can spawn "God Seeds" from his body, which are effectively humanoid tree seedlings that serve the purpose of fighting smaller human targets on his body he can't be bothered or be practical to face himself.
  • No Body Left Behind: As he dies after God Seed Aldoron is destroyed and his body is wrecked from the inside out by Natsu's Purgatory Dragon Fire, Aldoron's giant body collapses and crumbles in on itself.
  • No-Sell: Once again reminding the audience that only Dragon Slayer Magic has any real hope of harming a dragon, Aldoron gets shot in the face by over a dozen Uranus Magical Convergence Cannons (essentially an upgraded version of the army-destroying Jupiter cannon) and isn't even phased before destroying the entire flying fleet of ships attacking him. Chapter 58 also has Brandish explain that he's too powerful for her to use her Sizeshifter magic on.
  • Not So Invincible After All: Once he awaken, he fights the magical military and easily decimates them in seconds and indeed his God Seeds would kill any normal human that went against him. But Fairy Tail turns out to be more formidable and intuitive then he realizes and one by one his defenses are taken out, which weakens him severely before Natsu finally gives the finishing blow.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: He resembles a Kaiju dragon made of wood, or even a massive plant in the shape of a dragon complete with a giant tree growing out of his back. And that's to say nothing of his ability to drain the life force of anything that stays on him long enough, nor his death scene where his body crumbles apart like he really was nothing but a giant wood construct.
  • Plant Mooks: The "God Seeds" are effectively this, humanoid tree creatures spawned from his body and power that he uses to fight humans and other similarly small creatures on his body. They also have the ability to masquerade as humans and with enough time can collect energy to give it back to him by remerging with his body.
  • Power Limiter: Contrary to what the White Mage was led to believe by Selene, the five orbs within the towns on Aldoron's body don't contain his power, but rather are seals on his power he himself set up, in order to control the power he stored up in his effort to heal the injuries inflicted on him by Acnologia centuries before. Once all are shattered, he awakens in full.
  • Pride: God Seed Aldoron reveals that not only does Aldoron believe dragons are the pinnacle of nature and thus sharing the same Puny Humans mindset as most villainous dragons, he takes it a step further by viewing himself truly as a level above even other dragons as a proper god for whom even other dragons are just a source of nourishment for.
  • Rent-a-Zilla: Mercphobia states that Aldoron is the largest of the Dragon Gods. Considering Mercphobia himself was one of the largest dragons shown, Aldoron is the largest dragon period. To put a size perspective on it, one of the towns that make up the city of Draseal can fit on the back of one of his hands, with four more scattered on his upper body. God Seed Aldoron reveals Aldoron wasn't always this large, originally only large enough to carry a single town on his back, but as he drew in power over the centuries to heal his injuries from Acnologia he grew larger and larger into the colossus that towers over mountains by the present-day.
  • Stronger with Age: Aldoron was originally much smaller, only able to fit a single town on his backside, but 400+ years of storing power by siphoning off the inhabitants of the town allowed him to grow into a colossus that towers over mountains and could fit five towns on his upper body to siphon nutrients from.
  • Super Toughness: Aldoron may have hit a new level of this. Natsu punches him in the back with Fire Dragon King's Demolition Fist, which can be viewed as almost a pillar of light shooting out of the town...and the most it does is make Aldoron pause for a second like he noticed a mosquito bite. The God Seed that shows up shortly afterwards "congratulates" Natsu by saying he dealt "one point of damage" to Aldoron, before adding that Aldoron's stamina is worth 100,000,000 points and that he might be able to defeat Aldoron if he can repeat that move another 99,999,999 times. In the end, it takes Natsu using Dragon Force and drawing upon the power of every fire dragon's magical power he's eaten before (Igneel, Atlas Flame, and Ignia) to kill him, and that's with the caveat of attacking the much smaller but no less dangerous God Seed Aldoron who was weakened somewhat by the destruction of the other God Seeds and Gajeel's attack on his main dragon body.
  • Treants: He resembles the dragon equivalent, being what looks like massive (even by the standards of dragons) living tree in the form of a dragon with scales like bark, and he's an ancient being who doesn't mind the fact humans have made cities on parts of his body.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Revealed posthumorously to be one for Selene. She honestly could have cared less if he tried to take on the world and the other Dragon Gods, only that he provide decent entertainment before either emerging victorious or getting himself killed, even if she didn't really believe the latter would happen. She doesn't hesitate to call him "weak" after the fact regardless.
  • Wreathed in Flames: When he awakens in full, the wooden horns on his head ignite with flames.

    Selene 

Selene

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The Moon Dragon God who lives on Black Moon Mountain.


  • Bathing Beauty: According to her, she bathes three times a day.
  • Didn't See That Coming: She admits that she didn't actually believe that Aldoron would be slain after his revival, but she brushes it off by stating that the fact he died just proves ultimately he was weak.
  • Dimensional Traveler: Mystogan reveals that Selene is an inhabitant of Elentir, the Transcendent Magic World, and has the ability to cross dimensions freely. In fact, she's the reason why Edolas chose to target Earthland with the Anima rather than Elentir, since she would be able to freely attack them in retaliation.
  • Feathered Dragons: Similar to Grandeeney and Irene, her dragon form has a noticeable feathered appearance, with her "wings" in particular looking more like large furred tails.
  • For the Evulz: Pretty much everything she does in some form or fashion.
    • She forces Faris into a scheme to drain magic from Earthland and use her Whiteout powers on the other Dragon Gods, or Selene will forcibly take over Elentir. She later admits she never expected Faris to actually succeed and instead tricked her into awakening Aldoron rather than controlling him so that the Wood Dragon God would rampage and make things "more interesting" in Earthland, and reveals she's still going to take over Elentir because she recognizes it's a bubbling cauldron of chaos waiting to go off. And the reason she did it all is because the chaos amuses her.
    • Later, after she captures Team Natsu, she has Lucy transformed into a nure-onna (a yokai that's half-woman/half-snake), brainwashes her, and forces Natsu to fight her simply for entertainment.
  • Horns of Villainy: In her dragon form, she has a set of horns shaped like a crescent moon on her brow.
  • Impossibly-Low Neckline: She wears her kimono completely off her shoulders.
  • It Amused Me: Her self-stated reason for doing anything is in the hopes it'll amuse and entertain her. Unfortunately for everyone else, there's really no limit to how far she'll go to stay amused.
  • It's All About Me: All she cares about is her own personal amusement. And if untold numbers of people or alternate worlds have to suffer for it, so be it.
  • Kimono Fanservice: Her choice of attire is a furred kimono that shows off her shapely breasts and legs.
  • Light Is Not Good: She dresses in light and white clothing, has white hair, and her magic involves the manipulation of a form of light, yet she's one of the more malevolent Dragon Gods.
  • Lunacy: Her powers as a dragon revolve around this, with a combination of Star Power. When she first appears before Natsu and company, she forcibly turns day to night in order to make the moon appear above her to unleash an attack/teleportation spell, and when it's over it's daytime again.
  • The Man Behind the Man: She is the one who told the White Mage/Faris that she can gain Aldoron's power by destroying the five orbs in the cities on his body, omitting the fact that the orbs were actually seals on his magic that he set up himself to help with ancient injuries of his, and with their destruction, he can now awaken fully and unleash his power upon the land. It's then revealed by Faris that Selene is the one responsible for setting her on her mission to Earthland in the first place to take control of the other Dragon Gods to save her own dimension of Elentir, thus making Selene one of the central antagonists of 100 Years Quest through her direct and indirect actions.
  • Meaningful Name: She's named after the Greek Goddess of the Moon.
  • More Deadly Than the Male: She is the only female of the Dragon Gods, and also the most malevolent, given she manipulated the White Mage/Faris into awakening Aldoron and seems quite happy at watching her fellow Dragon God rampage about regardless of who gets hurt. Indeed, after Aldoron's death she only expresses amusement at that fact and disappointment the White Mage proved so uninteresting. That's all before she flat-out admits watching the world drown in chaos and distortion is her idea of a good time.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Her human form has a beautiful face, large breasts, long legs, and the clothing to accentuate all of it.
  • Naked on Arrival: Her first scene has her naked while relaxing in a spring.
  • Pretty in Mink: She wears a kimono with fur lining on the top.
  • Punch Catch: She's more than capable of catching Natsu's on-fire fist with her bare hand.
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: Has no problem bathing naked in front of a captive Natsu and Gray. Though, being a dragon in human form, the concept of clothing is rather foreign to her.
  • The Smurfette Principle: The sole female amongst the Dragon Gods, and one of the only female dragons confirmed aside from Grandeeney.
  • Take Over the World: Her major goal is this, deciding that since Aldoron couldn't cut it she'll do the job herself. According to Faris, she also intends to destroy the dimension of Elentir. Zigzagged, in that she doesn’t want to so much ‘rule’ things, as constantly throw things into chaos to be entertained.
  • Worthy Opponent: She acknowledges that Natsu is worthy of her time and of his status as Ignia's brother after slaying Aldoron.

    Viernes 

Viernes

The Gold Dragon God.


  • The Ghost: The only Dragon God yet to appear.
  • Meaningful Name: His name means "Friday" in Spanish, which is doubly meaningful as in Chinese and Japanese Friday translates to "Gold/Metal's Day".
  • Metal Muncher: As dragons can consume their element for a power up or nutrition, it's all but certain Viernes can chow down on gold.

Others

Ermina

    Ermina in General 
  • Involuntary Shapeshifting: Its citizens are forced to shapeshift into fish under Mercphobia's power at night to survive the rising tide that engulfs their town.

    Karameel 

Karameel

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The human assistant of the Water Dragon God Mercphobia, who he saved long ago from a shipwreck and who helped fashion his current opinion of humanity.


  • I Owe You My Life: She clearly believes this in regards to Mercphobia saving her.
  • It's All My Fault: She blames herself for Mercphobia's rampage, stating if she never allowed the White Wizard to steal his power in an attempt to help him, it never would have happened.
  • Morality Pet: She is one to Mercphobia, as it was rescuing her that opened his mind to the idea of coexistence between humans and dragons.
  • Undying Loyalty: Despite not being a crazy worshiper like the rest of Ermina, Karameel is still unquestionably loyal to Mercphobia, with some hints that it goes much deeper than simple professionalism. Her allowing the White Wizard to drain his powers was only done out of the hope it would help him without requiring his death.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: She confesses that she was the one who allowed the White Wizard to drain Mercphobia's powers, believing that doing so would allow him to live as a normal human ruling over Ermina and without fear of his powers destroying everything and no need to die. Instead, Mercphobia's Power Incontinence only worsened and he became a manipulable servant of the White Wizard who eventually starts destroying Ermina.

    Kashima 

Kashima

    Mercphobia's Servant 

Mercphobia's Servant

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A giant sea serpent that serves the Water Dragon God and brings him the people of Ermina's sacrifices.


  • Breath Weapon: Par the course for an apparent dragon.
  • Ludicrous Gibs: Kiria uses her Blade Dragon Sword Dance to slice it into chunks.
  • Sea Monster: Resembles a giant serpent that swims through the water.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Barely gets a chapter to its name before Kiria chops it to pieces.
  • The Worf Effect: Even if it's not truly one of the Five Dragon Gods, it's still powerful enough to be mistaken for one. Kiria killing it without batting much of an eye thus establishes just how powerful she truly is.

Draseal

    Draseal in General 
  • Meaningful Name: "Draseal" is meant to be a play on "dragon's seal", as he established the city on the site where he sealed his power away, something Selene chides the White Mage for not realizing when she cons her into breaking the seals and awakening Aldoron fully.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": The official translation by Kodansha interprets the city's name as "Drasil", prior to The Reveal that the city is supposed to represent the seal Aldoron placed on himself, hence the name "Draseal".

God Seeds

    God Seeds in General 
The "guardian deities" of the Wood Dragon God Aldoron, a group of humanoid trees created through his magic. They were sealed away by the five orbs on Aldoron's body with his magic and possess between them the Wood Dragon God's power.
  • Green Thumb: Almost all of them, though each use it in different ways.
    • Wolfen creates more copies of himself out of wood that share his Hive Mind.
    • Metro creates giant wood Golems to fight for him and can absorb water-based attacks much like how a tree would.
    • Doom uses spores that drain the life and energy of his foes away.
    • Gears is the aversion, as he uses Mind Rape magic.
  • Keystone Army: As it turns out, they're all this to God Seed Aldoron and by extension Aldoron himself. Should even one of them be defeated, it weakens the available magic power Aldoron has. This is mitigated, however, by the fact they will all eventually revive with time. However, God Seed Aldoron's death and the massive destruction wrecked on the main body by Natsu's final attack puts an end to them and Aldoron for good.
  • No Body Left Behind: The fate of any destroyed God Seed is this.
  • Plant Mooks: They are all this to Aldoron.
  • Resurrective Immortality: God Seed Aldoron reveals since Aldoron has power over life, the God Seeds will revive eventually no matter how they died. As it turns out, though, the destruction of both God Seed Aldoron and the sheer damage the Wood Dragon God's body takes from Natsu's final attack is enough to overcome this, killing them all for good.
  • Shout-Out: Excluding Aldoron, the God Seeds' names are derived from various shooter-style video games.
  • Undying Loyalty: All of them have this to Aldoron as he is their creator, to the point they would willingly sacrifice themselves if it benefited him.

    Aldoron 

Aldoron

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The leader of the God Seeds, and the most powerful of all. He is also the very brain of the Wood Dragon God Aldoron and can access all of his true self's power.


  • Authority Equals Asskicking: As the leader of the God Seeds, he is also fittingly the strongest of them all.
  • Badass Armfold: He introduces himself to Natsu with his arms crossed in this manner, and he doesn't drop it as he blows a hole in Natsu's shoulder.
  • Badass Cape: Wears a massive one seemingly made out of a giant leaf.
  • But for Me, It Was Tuesday: Played with. When Natsu asks him how many humans he's killed, he admits by his own count there were about 300,000 humans living on his body for the past century who dedicated their lives to him as nutrients, but to him it would be rather pointless to keep track of every bit of "food" he ever consumed.
  • Cool Crown: To emphasize his position as the leader of the God Seeds, and essentially the personification of Aldoron himself, he wears a massive crown on his head.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Dishes a hard one to Natsu in the beginning of their fight. Whereas Natsu could actually beat down on and hurt Wolfen's copies while only worrying about his Power Copying, Aldoron casually batters and draws Natsu's blood by doing nothing more than flaring and focusing his Magic Power onto Natsu's specific body parts without taking a step. Even when the defeat of the other Seeds successfully weakens him somewhat, he's still more than powerful enough to have the upper hand on Natsu before the latter finally activates Dragon Force, and even then he holds his own.
  • Death by a Thousand Cuts: His Thicket of Arms spell unleashes a self-proclaimed never-ending barrage of wooden spikes that will impale his targets until they're nothing but a Human Pincushion. Noticeably, even the main dragon body can launch a similar barrage from its body down on everything around it, and can control the size of the spikes.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: He calls Igneel a fool for believing that humans were worthy of standing on the same level as and coexisting with dragons.
  • Foreshadowing: The fact that Aldoron's "brain" takes an utterly inhuman wooden Tin Tyrant appearance compared to Mercphobia, Ignia, and Selene's flesh-and-blood human guises makes sense with the reveal of his Puny Humans and A God Am I mindset.
  • Hive Queen: As Aldoron's brain, who is the source of all the other God Seeds, he effectively serves as this. And when he dies, Aldoron himself follows suit.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: On the receiving end from Natsu at the climax of their fight, followed by taking an explosion of flame from Natsu's Finishing Move through the chest and out the back that blows him away.
  • Lack of Empathy: When he’s shocked that Fairy Tail managed to defeat his fellow God Seeds, Natsu asks if he’s just another dragon that hates humans. Aldoron states he doesn’t feel anything one way or another. He sees everyone (humans and his fellow Dragon Gods alike) as merely “nutrients” for him to feed, and nothing more.
  • Meaningful Name: He shares the name of the Wood Dragon God because, since he's Aldoron's very brain and will, he is him.
  • Mr. Exposition: Since he's taking his sweet time "fighting" Natsu, he decides to indulge in telling him a bit about Aldoron's history and his current motives.
  • Not So Different: When Natsu calls him out on his Life Drinker tendencies, Aldoron attempts to make the argument that it's no different than humans killing animals to eat. Natsu fires back that humans do that to survive, not to parasitically grow stronger, and they definitely have more respect for their "prey" than Aldoron does for humans.
  • Oh, Crap!: He has one when he realizes that Doom has fallen, and Natsu notices his magic power seems to have suddenly dropped a bit. They continue as the other Seeds fall and he weakens more, but he notes and shows he's still more than powerful enough to overwhelm Natsu on his own...and then he's taken off-guard by something (giant-sized Gajeel) attacking Aldoron's main body himself.
  • Pretender Diss: When their battle hits its peak, Aldoron angrily declares Natsu is nothing but a mere human using a dragon's power, and that humans are nothing but prey to dragons and especially to gods. He ends up eating those words when Natsu gets serious and beats him in combat.
  • Scissors Cuts Rock: His "Leaf Tempest" creates a tornado of leaves that Natsu tries to burn away, only to be shocked when the leaves emerge from the inferno unharmed and pelt him. As Aldoron states, there are leaves in the world that don't burn. It's only when Natsu goes Dragon Force can he start to burn them again.
  • Tin Tyrant: He visually resembles one despite being made of wood rather than metal, being a massive being with a body fashioned in the form of armor complete with Spikes of Villainy. His face also visually resembles a knight's helmet with the visor down.
  • Villainous Breakdown: He hits this during his final battle with Natsu as the latter gives him a Shut Up, Hannibal! speech and he realizes to his horror that Natsu is managing to channel the flames of Igneel, Atlas Flame, and Ignia together in Dragon Force with enough power to destroy him.
  • Worthy Opponent: Zig-Zagged when he brings Natsu to him. He acknowledges that Natsu has proven himself a threat with the clever way he managed to deal with Wolfen, which is the very reason he's taking the fight to him personally, but Aldoron also expresses no worry of himself losing the fight and punctuates this statement with his first attack drawing Natsu's blood while not moving from the spot. It's his refusal to take Natsu sufficiently seriously in time that gets him killed once his God Seeds die to weaken his power and Natsu unleashes his Dragon Force.

    Wolfen 

Wolfen

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The first line of defense among the God Seeds. He can spawn multiple copies of himself from Aldoron's body, and reads the minds of his foes to copy the form and powers of the strongest person they can think of.


  • Hoist by His Own Petard: His Power Copying is incredibly dangerous, but it has several weaknesses. For one, he actually needs to see the person in his foe's memories to turn into them, and once he transforms into a person with that particular copy body he's stuck with it. Also, he copies all of the person's abilities, including ones that might be detrimental. Natsu uses this against him twice, first by thinking of Happy by complete accident as his "strongest person", leaving that copy helpless to actually hurt him, and then tricking another Wolfen into deliberately taking Zeref's form...and his uncontrollable curse of Ankhselam, which responds to Wolfen's love for Aldoron to go wild. This last one in particular forces Wolfen to completely leave the battlefield.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: Realizing how badly he screwed up fighting Natsu, Wolfen dispels all of his copies and retreats to let his fellow God Seeds destroy Fairy Tail, not wanting to risk more of them trying a similar trick against him.
  • Lean and Mean: His default form has a noticeable thin and wiry build, and he's an antagonist out to kill anyone who might threaten Aldoron.
  • Me's a Crowd: He can spawn multiple copies of himself to overwhelm the opposition with sheer numbers, and destroying one body doesn't affect him as he can simply take control of another grown from Aldoron.
  • Power Copying: By virtue of his copying powers, he perfectly copies any abilities of the person he turns into. That includes the uncontrollable nature of Zeref's curse of Ankhselam.
  • Telepathy: He reads minds by grabbing a person's head. Even if they destroy the limb, that initial contact is all he needs to find someone to turn into.

    Metro 

Metro

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A God Seed who commands an army of gargantuan tree creatures.


  • Assimilation Backfire: Absorbing Juvia does give him a power boost, but when Juvia starts to literally boil due to her emotions getting the better of her, it starts to scald him from the inside. Then Gray freezes Juvia directly and moulds her ice form in order to hurt him further and pull her out of him, which sets him up for their finishing blow.
  • The Assimilator: He absorbs Juvia due to the properties of her water body and is able to make use of her spells while warding off Gray's attacks since he's reluctant to attack and hurt her too. However, this leads to Assimilation Backfire.
  • Badass Armfold: He assumes this position while letting his constructs fight Fairy Tail.
  • Blood Knight: It's heavily implied, as he expresses interest in fighting Fairy Tail, and it's noticeable he decides to confront nearly the entirety of the guild himself while Gears and Doom go after the isolated members and Aldoron faces Natsu directly.
  • The Brute: He's massively built compared to the other God Seeds, and summons forth a host of giant tree creatures to do battle with Fairy Tail. He also states that he'll destroy Fairy Tail with his brute strength rather than Wolfen's "tricks."
  • Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors: He pulls this on Juvia when she uses her Water Body to avoid his attacks, reminding her that wood absorbs water and proceeding to absorb her directly.
  • Golem: His main shtick is controlling an army of giant wood constructs. Each one is powerful enough to tank multiple attacks from some of Fairy Tail's best, to the point he uses one to act as a shield against a combined attack from Juvia and Gray and No-Sell it, and they previously had been able to tear through Wolfen's clones en masse on their own. Gajeel even notes in shock his iron can't pierce through it. It takes Lucy using her Taurus Dress to actually noticeably damage one, and then she needs to use Double Star Dress with Scorpio and Aquarius to take one out with one shot.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: He seals his own defeat when he absorbs Juvia, as she and Gray are able to hurt him from the inside before disorienting and weakening him enough to be hit dead on by their Unison Raid.
  • I Have Your Wife: Pulls this on Gray when he absorbs Juvia, as attacking carelessly would hit her.
  • Keystone Army: Once he's defeated, his Golems fade away.
  • One-Man Army: With his ability to summon and control an army of giant wood Golems that individually can stand up to attacks from multiple Fairy Tail members at once, he definitely qualifies.
  • Powers Do the Fighting: Noticeably only lets his constructs do the fighting against Fairy Tail while he stands back and watches, despite his general build, and he only moves once to summon a golem to shield him from attacks. Juvia openly wonders if this means he himself can't actually fight while the constructs are in play. He also settles for just using Juvia's water powers blast away at Gray when he absorbs her.

    Gears 

Gears

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The tactician of the God Seeds who often comments on the "gears" of his enemies, with his power specifically being able to brand his foes with magic circles in the shape of gears that restrict their bodies and minds into helplessness.


  • Badass Cape: He wears a very fancy one, and he's one of the most powerful servants of the Wood Dragon God.
  • Bishōnen: Noticeably looks much more humanoid than the other God Seeds, to the point he looks more like a proper Plant Person with a handsome human face and could easily be mistaken for Aldoron's human transformation following the trend of the other Dragon Gods.
  • Genius Bruiser: He's the tactician of the God Seeds and strong enough to fight Jellal evenly one-on-one.
  • Geometric Magic: He marks his opponents with gear-shaped magic circles that restrict and manipulate their body movement and thoughts. It's not Instant Runes, as he had to fight Jellal at least for a little bit before he could make the magic take effect.
  • Kung-Fu Wizard: Once his magic takes effect, he prefers just beating the life out of his foes with his bare hands.
  • Master of Illusion: As part of the Mind Rape aspect of his magic, he can make himself appear as a loved one to the affected that leaves them confused and reluctant to fight back on top of their already slowed movements, as shown when he makes himself appear like Erza to Jellal's eyes.
  • Mind Rape: Due to how his magic affects his foes' thoughts, Jellal is left unable to cast magic and his reflexes become dulled, letting him get absolutely pummeled without remorse. It's only due to an intervention on the part of Ultear's Astral Projection that he realizes what's happening and manages to turn the tables on Gears.
  • Oh, Crap!: He barely has time to freak out when Jellal manages to use his Thought Projection magic to create a body double to bear the gear marks in his stead before Jellal nukes him with Grand Chariot.
  • The Strategist: Described as the tactician of the God Seeds.

    Doom 

Doom

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A childlike God Seed who brings death to those who defy Aldoron with deadly paralyzing spores.


  • Beware the Silly Ones: He noticeably looks more goofy than the other God Seeds and talks like a eager kid, but he also introduces himself as a killer. He proves it when he catches Carla's kick and covers her in fuzzy spores that will kill her with enough time.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: His name is literally "Doom", after all.
  • Oh, Crap!: Gets a progressively bigger one as the minor Fairy Tail members powered up on Wendy's Enchantment keep landing hits, but his biggest is definitely when Max brings down his finishing move Raml Sayf.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: His attitude, especially when he's losing, brings this to mind.
  • Touch of Death: By grabbing someone, he can smother them with spores that paralyzes them and sprouts a flower with petals on their head. When all the petals fall off, that person dies. He outright says this isn't some Standard Status Effect that Wendy can just use a Status-Buff Dispel on, but rather the "fate of death."
  • Villainous Breakdown: He's left in utter disbelief that a bunch of Puny Humans are actually capable of overwhelming him, and with each successive blow he gets more and more unhinged.

Moonlit Beauty Goddesses

    Youko 

Youko "of the Pandemonium"

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A loyal servant of Selene who uses Hyakki Yagyō, a Spiritual Arts that allows her to summon spirits made of Suspiria.


  • Ambiguously Gay: During the banquet, she's seen sporting a blissfull face as she sits with A Lady on Each Arm telling her how cute she is.
  • Baleful Polymorph: Her Hyakki Yagyo not only allows her to summon and release Youkai in certain places, but apparently she can even turn people into Youkai, as seen when Natsu is suddenly attacked by Lucy transformed into a Nure Onna.
  • Cat Smile: Her first scene has wearing such a smile as muses on whether or not Fairy Tail will prove worthy as Selene's playthings. Later it seems to be her default face.
  • Hidden Depths: She seems to be good at drawing, as seen during the party when she draws Natsu as a fiery humanoid.
  • Meaningful Name: "Youko" can translate to "child of light", which is fitting for a servant to a dragon who manipulates (moon)light. With different kanji it can also refer to monster foxes, who traditionally take the form of beautiful women.
  • Red Baron: "Pandemonium" (Hyakki Yagyo), for her Youkai summoning Spiritual Art.
  • Summon Magic: She can conjure ethereal formless humanoid figures which are described by Irene as Spirits to test Wendy and Erza. When they overcome them, she steps in herself and summon more, even stronger ones based off Youkai. According to Mimi, it's actually similar in some ways to Celestial Spirit Magic, and the strength of her summons are linked to Youko's own natural power.
  • Takes One to Kill One: Ethernano-based magic and magic weapons cannot affect spiritual arts, but Suspiria-based ones can. Luckily, Wendy with Irene's advice is able to sense and use the Suspiria in Elentir's environment to form the basis of Enchantments that let them swiftly deal with Youko's summoned fighters.
  • Wrong Context Magic: Her "spiritual arts" function differently from magic in a similar manner to the difference between magic and Etherious Curses, including running on a different source of power in the form of Suspiria, a form of energy similar but distinct from magic's Ethernano according to Irene and Wendy herself when she senses and takes the energy in for her Enchantments.
  • Youkai: She's a nod to the Fox monster and her original title of Hyakki Yagyo refers to a night parade of demons and monsters comparable to The Wild Hunt. She also claims that she's going to show her opponents the "terror of Youkai," and indeed the monsters she summons are named after and visually resemble certain types of youkai. Chapter 73 reveals that the caverns at the bottom of Mount Black Moon (Selene's hideout) are called "Onigatsuki" (Demon's Moon) and infested with many different Youkai.

    Hakune 

Hakune "Snow Moon Flower"

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A loyal servant of Selene with power over snow and freezing.


  • An Ice Person: She's introduced appearing in a raging blizzard and has a snowflake-shaped mark on her forehead, implying that she's the source of the blizzard, and then starts the battle by first creating Snowlems and then covering her body in a fine battle dress of ice. She even reveals that her spiritual arts allow her to "freeze" anything, even the special abilities or resistances of her opponents.
  • Anti-Magic: As part of her power to freeze, her "Diamond Effect" spiritual art allows to "freeze" any special magic or resistances her opponents possess while they're being encased in her ice. As a result, Natsu couldn't use his flames to melt his way out, and Gray's own resistances to ice as a Devil Slayer were rendered null.
  • Battle Strip: Once Gray and Natsu show they're not going to be taken by her Snowlems and she decides she'll fight seriously, she strips off her kimino before forging a set of Stripperiffic ice armor to take its place as she prepares to do actual battle.
  • Interplay of Sex and Violence: Downplayed, as she never gets downright sexual herself, but she really has a habit of throwing out teasing compliments while in the same breath declaring her intent to kill the targets of said compliments.
  • Power Perversion Potential: She uses her Snowlems at first to create copies of naked women that are close or possibly romantically-interested in Gray, Natsu, and Happy. Gray gets a copy of Juvia (though he claims this one is actually less clingy), Happy gets Carla and Touka, and Natsu gets Lucy, Erza, Wendy, Mirajane, Lisanna, and Cana.
  • Red Baron: "Snow Moon Flower" (Setsugekka), a nod to her grace, looks and power over snow.
  • Snowlems: She can use her power to read people's hearts and then mold snow into the forms of those close to them. She uses this to create copies of women that Natsu, Gray, and Happy are close to and possibly romantically interested in.
  • The Tease: In her first appearance she acts flirty with both Natsu and Gray, right before declaring her desire to kill them. She doesn't stop with the compliments even as she freezes Natsu, Gray, and Happy in ice. During the party scene, she doesn't stop feeling up the tied-up Gray.
  • Yuki-onna: Beautiful woman in a kimono-like garment with white hair and a snowflake-like mark appearing in the middle of a snowstorm? Moniker referring to snow? To cup it all, she appears right after Youko mentioned Youkais when confronting Erza and Wendy.

    Mimi 

Mimi "the Immovable"

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A huge muscular woman in a gi, one of Selene's servants who wields Suspiria to unleash powerful physical attacks.


  • Affably Evil: For someone who declares her intent to kill Lucy as ordered by Selene, she's not really malicious about it and doesn't have many "villainous" traits to go off of. She even compliments Capricorn's martial ability and gives criticism of Lucy's abilities that seems surprisingly earnest.
  • Amazonian Beauty: Contrasting Youko and Hakune, Mimi is a huge, well-muscled woman with a pretty face.
  • Ambiguously Bi: She expresses noticeable attraction, complete with blush, first for Lucy's sexy body and later still with Natsu and Grey's muscular ones.
  • Boobs of Steel: An unique case so far, in that she looks like the more brutish and brawl-oriented of the Moonlit Beauty Goddesses, but unlike Mashima's usual female bodytype, she's huge and muscular.
  • Butch Lesbian: As soon as she's done introducing herself she looks upon Lucy's Absolute Cleavage... and comments on how sexy it is. Lucy meekly comments that she's not into giant women.
  • Distracted by the Sexy: As soon as she finishes declaring her intention to eliminate Lucy and Taurus, she's distracted by her cleavage and claims it's too sexy. For bonus points, Taurus had just asked Lucy to remove her clothes to invoke such a distraction. She gets distracted a few more times when Lucy switches up her Star Dresses to various revealing forms, though not enough to lose focus.
  • Everything's Better with Spinning: Her "Immovable Hurricane" has rapidly spin her body with her arms outstretched like a top in order to create a mini tornado around herself.
  • Kung-Fu Wizard: Unlike her companions, Mimi uses her Spiritual Arts to augment her physical abilities in combat, fighting like a Bare-Fisted Monk who just so happens to have the ability to launch attacks that can strike from a distance.
  • Mighty Glacier: Her staggering size, muscles and epithet implies that toughness is her specialty.
  • Muscles Are Meaningful: She's built to the point she could give Elfman a run for his money, and she's physically strong enough to overpower both Taurus and Lucy using her Taurus Star Dress at the same time with what seems to be miminal effort.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: Contrasting most women in Fairy Tail, she's huge and very muscular, but not a Gonk either.
  • Razor-Sharp Hand: One of her Spiritual Arts, "Immovable Sword", involves her swinging her arm with a chopping motion, slicing down dozens of thick trees in front of her.
  • Red Baron: Mimi the Immovable ("Fudo"), apparently due to her massive, imposing physique.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She's very muscular and so tall she towers over Taurus, one of the most physically imposing Celestial Spirits. She's still rather attractive.
  • Stealth Hi/Bye: Unlike Hakune and Youko, she seemingly appears from nowhere to attack Lucy, contrasting her enormous size.
  • Strange Minds Think Alike: Chivalrous Pervert Taurus had just suggested Lucy to undress to distract their enemy with her body. Mimi is actually distracted by Lucy's generous cleavage.


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