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The Eclipse spirits are Lucy and Yukino's Zodiac spirits who have been exposed to and altered by the black magic of the Eclipse Gate during the events of the Grand Magic Games, causing them to take on radically different forms and personalities.
- Anti-Villain: The Zodiac spirits believe that by permanently freeing themselves from the Celestial Spirit World, they'll be safe from being absorbed by the insane Celestial Spirit King. However, this also means turning against Lucy and Yukino, since their ownership also ties them to the spirit world.
- Better to Die than Be Killed: The twelve Eclipse spirits fear the Eclipse Spirit King's power so much that they don't care that they'd only have twelve days left to live after cutting themselves off from the spirit world.
- The Corruption: The dark magic of Eclipse drastically alters their appearances and personalities, causing them to turn on their contractors and go rogue.
- Filler Villain: They only appear in the anime-exclusive Eclipse Celestial Spirit arc.
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: They claim not to remember anything about their time spent with Lucy and Yukino. Some of them relish in this fact.
- Power at a Price: They aim to complete the Liberam, a ritual that will grant them freedom from the laws of magic that bind them to the human world. The drawback is that if they succeed, they'll only have twelve days to live. However, they couldn't care less.
- Took a Level in Badass: Unintentionally absorbing all the energy released by the destruction of the Eclipse Gate has contributed to an immeasurable increase of their magical powers and their combat capabilities to the point that Fairy Tail and Yukino struggle to win the battles against them.
- Western Zodiac: As always, they are based on the twelve signs of the Zodiac, though in this case some of them resemble the traditional signs' personalities and traits more than before.
Eclipse Spirit King, a.k.a. Celestial Spirit Beast
The former sovereign of the Celestial Spirits, turned into a mindless beast by Eclipse. Its sole desire is to absorb the other Eclipse spirits' power, and is greatly feared by them as a result.
- Almighty Idiot: The beast has no mind of his own, requiring his servant Ophiuchus to lay out his Evil Plan to steal the Zodiac spirits' power.
- Breath Weapon: Its "Celestial Spirit Beast Roar" is a Wave Motion Gun that fires from the multiple "mouths" that appear on its body.
- Celestial Body: Has a translucent blue body made of stars.
- The Dreaded: The Eclipse spirits fear his power so much that they would rather die on their own terms than at the hands of the beast.
- Humanoid Abomination: Has a distinctly humanoid body right up to his head, which looks like a giant thumb.
- The Faceless: Is missing any semblance of human facial features, including his glorious mustache.
- Greater-Scope Villain: Serves as this in the Eclipse Celestial Spirit arc. His existence and threat to the Celestial Spirit World is what motivates the Eclipse Spirits to flee, while his servant Ophiuchus acts on his behalf.
- Omnicidal Maniac: The Celestial Spirit Beast has only one thing on its mind: to gain enough strength to destroy everything. It also indiscriminately lays waste to the Celestial Spirit World, crushing planets as it battles the heroes.
- Star Power: A single beam attack from its body can turn its unlucky victims into constellations.
- Too Many Mouths: His "mouths" take the form of swirling vortexes that can appear anywhere on his body to either suck up hapless victims or fire his Breath Weapon.
- Xanatos Gambit: He planted the whole "free from the master" plot into the minds of the other Eclipse Spirits just in order to progress his plot more quickly. It didn't matter if they completed the ritual or not; all it would've done was delay the inevitable for twelve days before they would turn back into constellations for him to absorb. They were doomed either way, and the heroes closing their gates gave him exactly what he needed as well.
Voiced by: Sayaka Narita (Japanese), Didi Archilla (English)
The White Ram. Normally a meek and apologetic spirit, Eclipse Aries is the exact opposite: a wild and foul-mouthed delinquent who relishes in violence.
- A-Cup Angst: Compared to her regular self. Juvia pointing out that the old Aries had a large chest naturally gets under her skin.
- Badass Driver: She prides herself in being a street racer, and uses her magic four-wheeler to drag Juvia across the desert.
- Catchphrase: "Can you dig it?"
- Chained by Fashion: Wears a chain wrapped around her body. She can also use her chain as a weapon to grab her opponents.
- Combat Pragmatist: She lets Juvia tire herself out in the desert before stepping in to deal with her in person.
- Cool Shades: Wears these to compliment her radical change in personality.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: She effortlessly pounds Juvia into the sand once she's been completely dehydrated. However, Juvia quickly turns the tables after she manages to soak up the coolant in Aries's vehicle.
- Dark-Skinned Redhead: Justified because Natsu gave her a tan with his fire breath before her transformation took hold.
- Hoist by Her Own Petard: Aries brings Juvia to an arid desert where there'd be no water for her to recharge her magic, forgetting that the her magic-mobile's coolant is also water.
- Horned Humanoid: Despite being a female sheep spirit, she has ram horns. She can also fire them at her opponent as projectiles.
- Japanese Delinquents: Her Eclipse persona is summed up as this, complete with dark skin, Cool Shades, rolled Rs, and piercings. However, she doesn't like it when Juvia points it out.
- Letting Her Hair Down: Her usual up Anime Hair is let down straight, albeit more unkempt.
- Mini Dress Of Power: Just barely manages to maintain a Magic Skirt.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: Aries becomes much more brutal and sadistic compared to her usual Shrinking Violet persona.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Pink, in her case.
Voiced by: Eiji Sekiguchi (Japanese), Jeremy Inman (English)
The Golden Bull. He is a polite and sophisticated spirit unlike his usual, perverted meathead self.
- An Ax To Grind: He can turn his book into an ax when he decides to get serious.
- Badass Bookworm: He casually fights off Natsu and Elfman without taking his face out of a book.
- Badass in a Nice Suit: It compliments his more cultured and refined personality compared to the regular, half-naked Taurus.
- Cool Mask: Covers his face with an iron bull-shaped mask.
- Cultured Badass: Taurus becomes much more sophisticated in his Eclipse form, and is embarrassed by his old, perverted self.
- Super Strength: A single kick of his is powerful enough to shatter the ground.
- Terrified of Germs: His Weaksauce Weakness. He has Elfman on the ropes at first, but starts freaking out once some of Elfman's sweat gets on him. Elfman eventually beats him by pinning him down and letting his sweat drip on him.
- Took a Level in Badass: He's much more formidable in this form and lasts much longer in a fight, shaking off The Worf Effect that plagues his usual self.
- Verbal Tic: One carryover from his old personality is that he keeps inserting cow puns into his speech.
Gemi voiced by: Yukiyo Fujii (Japanese), Heather Walker (English)
Mini voiced by: Kanami Sato (Japanese), Michelle Rojas (English)
The Twins. They are a mischievous brother and sister duo who have switched their self-transformation ability with the power to transform others.
- And Call Him "George"!: Thanks to their power to turn others into adorable critters, no one is safe from them.
- Baleful Polymorph: They inflict this on their opponents by turning them into adorable Woodland Creatures and making them their pets.
- Brother-Sister Team: Just like their normal forms, except now their genders are more apparent in their human forms.
- Creepy Twins: They have the most bizarrely cheerful expressions while playing with Gajeel and Lily after turning them into squirrels.
- Curtains Match the Window: Both have light blue hair and blue eyes.
- Hair Antennae: Their regular antennae become this, which they also use to fire a beam that transforms their opponents.
- Half-Identical Twins: They gain more human appearances that make them more distinguishable from each other.
- Hoist by Their Own Petard: They aren't immune to their own transformations, as Gajeel discovers when he tricks them into turning each other into a mongoose and cobra, respectively.
- Verbal Tic: "Piiri, piiri!"
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Matches the skin color of their normal forms.
Voiced by: Yoshimitsu Shimoyama (Japanese), Will Short (English)
The Giant Crab. This former hairstylist spirit has become a flamboyant, blatantly homosexual dance maniac. His crab claw arms can cut through anything.
- Afro Asskicker: He's suddenly sporting a huge afro, and is a deadly Dance Battler.
- Camp Gay: He quite unambiguously falls in love with Gray due to his dance moves.
- Cool Shades: They're similar to the ones he normally wears, except they're black.
- Dance Battler: Challenges Gray to a dance-off.
- Fair-Play Villain: Gray can't dance, so he gives Gray shoes that allow him to dance, and removes his shame about doing so.
- Hell-Bent for Leather: He wears skintight leather pants.
- Jive Turkey: He talks in a hip slang to go with his new disco theme.
- Power Pincers: His hands are replaced with crab pincers that can cut anything, including Gray's ice.
- Sissy Villain: He's a Camp Gay villain with leather pants and a passion for dance.
- Verbal Tic: Unlike his usual self, who says ebi (shrimp) at the end of his sentences, Eclipse Cancer actually says kani (crab).
- Walking Shirtless Scene: Apart from two leather straps across his chest, he has his entire chest laid bare.
Voiced by: Daisuke Kishio (Japanese), Eric Vale (English)
The Lion, and the leader of the Zodiac spirits. Once a playboy and good friend of Lucy's under the name Loke, Eclipse Leo has become a misogynistic warrior of darkness. He draws power from Dark Regulus, a black light that consumes others' magic.
- Casting a Shadow: His Dark Regulus manifests as black flames in contrast to to his usual light magic. In addition, his magic allows him to absorb other sources of light to power up, including Natsu's flames.
- Combat Pragmatist: His "dark flames" can cancel out Natsu's own flames. He takes advantage of this by copying Natsu's own moves, knowing that his own attacks will be the ones that end up landing true because of this.
- Creepy Shadowed Undereyes: As if there wasn't enough of an indicator of Leo going evil, Eclipse Leo's eyes have black circles around them.
- Dark Is Evil: He replaces his light-based magic with dark spells to go with his violent, unpleasant new personality.
- Disc-One Final Boss: He initially appears to be the main villain of the Eclipse Celestial Spirit arc, but turns out just to be an Unwitting Pawn to Ophiuchus.
- Evil Is Hammy: He loses all of his old self's sophistication and restraint while fighting Natsu.
- Evil Sounds Deep: Eclipse Leo's voice is much more deep and sinister than how Loke usually sounds.
- He-Man Woman Hater: Unlike Loke's role as The Casanova, Eclipse Leo is a complete misogynist and takes the most pleasure out of the Eclipse Spirits in tormenting Lucy.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Natsu realizes that Leo's dark flames can be eaten, which he uses to earn a new power up.
- Kick the Dog: He flat out says that he doesn't care about Lucy's feelings towards "Loke", and delights in seeing her agonize over what has become of her beloved spirits.
- Long-Haired Pretty Boy: His hair grows out significantly in this form.
- That Man Is Dead: He tells Natsu and Lucy to stop calling him "Loke", as it is one of the things from his past that he abandoned in his desire for true freedom.
- Tin Tyrant: Wears a imposing suit of golden armor instead of being a Badass in a Nice Suit.
- Unwitting Pawn: By performing the Liberam ritual, he actually plays into the hands of the true villain, Ophiuchus.
Voiced by: Miyuki Sawashiro (Japanese), Terri Doty (English)
The Maiden. No longer Lucy's masochistic yet faithful maid, Eclipse Virgo is a sadist who delights in punishing and humiliating others, especially her former master.
- Absolute Cleavage: Combining this with Cleavage Window, she leaves little to the imagination.
- Ax-Crazy: She's much more prone to violence in this form.
- The Baroness: Wears a militaristic Dominatrix outfit and whip, and shifts gears from masochism in favor of sadism.
- Catchphrase: "I'll punish you!"
- Dark Action Girl: She's much more combative in this form, but also fights against Fairy Tail.
- Dishing Out Dirt: As usual, she can create holes anywhere around herself.
- Evil Is Hammy: Virgo is much more of a screamer here as opposed to her dull monotone.
- Evil Sounds Deep: She has a slightly deeper and more aggressive voice in the English dub.
- Having a Blast: She can make her holes explode on command, turning her into a walking minefield.
- Hell-Bent for Leather: Switches her maid costume out for a black leather uniform.
- "I Know You're in There Somewhere" Fight: Lucy momentarily seems to break through to the original Virgo when pleading with her to return to normal, but her Eclipsed persona quickly takes hold once more.
- Interplay of Sex and Violence: She seems to enjoy inflicting pain on, and otherwise punishing, other people a little too much...
- Kick the Dog: Next to Leo, Virgo gets the most personal pleasure out of making Lucy suffer. However, some of her methods (covering her in watermelon seeds and mayonnaise) aren't exactly the most effective means of doing so.
- Made OF Iron: During her fight against the trio Lucy, Yukino and Levy in the magical library, the latter making drops in the her head a magic steel writings that however disintegrate without making injured her.
- Person of Mass Destruction: With her spells she can create in a moment a multitude of huge holes to completely demolish an entire building.
- Sadist: The major attribute that makes her the total opposite of regular Virgo is that, while her old self lives to be punished, Eclipse Virgo would much rather do the punishing.
- Tickle Torture: Does this to Lucy.
- Whip It Good: She carries her own Fleuve d'étoiles similar to Lucy's. She can also turn it into a sword.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has pink hair as usual.
Voiced by: Saori Goto (Japanese), Marissa Lenti (English)
The Scales. Eclipse Libra is a human compass obsessed with bringing everything into balance.
- Kick Chick: How she matches Yukino, a fellow user of this trope, in battle.
- Mask of Power: Compared to her normal form, this one covers the top half of her face.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: In contrast to her original form's brown eyes, and she's definitely more of a Jerkass.
- Sensual Spandex: As part of her Evil Costume Switch, and it's black to boot.
- Talkative Loon: Compared to her original self, a Terse Talker, she is much more chatty and especially likes to harp on about "balance".
- Took a Level in Jerkass: Has no problem trying to kill Yukino, taking joy in the idea of watching her fall to her death.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Green, to be exact.
Voiced by: Daisuke Kishio (Japanese), Martha Harms (English)
The Scorpion. Eclipse Scorpio is a card game enthusiast completely unlike his usual self, a wild sand spirit.
- Calvinball: Essentially, his card game has no specific rules, requiring players to make them up as they go along.
- Card Battle Game: His "battle" with Cana is a card game that wouldn't be too out of place with Yu-Gi-Oh!.
- Exotic Eye Designs: The bottom corners of his eyes have triangular "cuts" that extend down his cheeks.
- I Am the Trope: "I am the rules."
- Multicolored Hair: Similar to his ordinary form, he has crimson hair with a white Skunk Stripe.
- Otaku: He has an unusual obsession with Card Battle Games, and squeals with delight whenever Cana one-ups him in a way she just finds creepy.
- Screw the Rules, I Make Them!: He simply says, "I am the rules," when Cana asks how to play. In other words, players must make them up as they go along to keep up the advantage.
Voiced by: Masaki Kawanabe (Japanese), Wilbur Penn (English)
The Man-Horse. Trading his horse costume out for the form of an actual centaur, Eclipse Sagittarius is a master archer who behaves like a feudal Japanese warrior.
- Affably Evil: For a rogue spirit, he is honorable and values good sportsmanship.
- Archer Archetype: He is based on a classic Japanese example of an archer, as opposed to his original, European-inspired counterpart.
- Eyes Always Shut: His default expression.
- Fair-Play Villain: He's an honorable sort and fights Erza with no tricks, just direct skill of their abilities. When he loses, he takes it gracefully.
- Horse Archer: Easily for him, he is an archer who is also a centaur.
- Keigo: He speaks in a very archaic style, ending his sentences with "de gozaru".
- Our Centaurs Are Different: He turns into a proper centaur in this form, rather then a guy in a horse costume.
Voiced by: Takaya Kuroda (Japanese), Michael Johnson (English)
The Goat. Eclipse Capricorn is a more realistic-looking goat than his usual self, and acts like a game show host.
- Affably Evil: He retains his polite personality in this form.
- Fair-Play Villain: He doesn't like violence and instead challenges Levy to a quiz game, albeit one that drops them into saws if either of them lose, with no tricks involved. He only ends up losing because he didn't think Levy would answer an embarrassing question about her love life that won her the game.
- Graceful Loser: He declares Levy to be the "Quiz Show Queen" after she defeats him.
- Hypocrite: He chides Levy for letting her impatience get the best of her, but when the quiz show host asks both contestants how they're feeling while they're hanging on for dear life, he impatiently demands that they get on with the final question.
- Quiz Show: The entire reason his "fight" with Levy is a quiz show is because he is quite fond of them.
Voiced by: Eri Kitamura (Japanese), Jessica Cavanagh (English)
The Water Bearer. In her Eclipse form, Aquarius has turned from a rude young woman to a cheerful and innocent little girl who only wants to play with others. As usual, the urn she carries holds an unlimited supply of water.
- Affably Evil: She might be an antagonist, but she is a quite cheerful and nice girl otherwise, a complete opposite of her usual self.
- Catchphrase: "Let's have fun!"
- Cheerful Child: Unlike her usual Jerkass self, Eclipse Aquarius doesn't have a single bad bone in her body and just wants to have fun with Fairy Tail, luring them to an amusement park to play. However, she is still 100% on the idea of breaking her contract with Lucy and forfeiting her life in the name of "true freedom".
- Does Not Know Her Own Strength: Her water attacks are just as powerful as usual, shown when she demolishes half an amusement park (including a Ferris wheel), but as far as she's concerned, she's just playing with her enemies and genuinely doesn't realize how dangerous her attacks are.
- Fountain of Youth: Her Eclipse form looks and acts like a little girl.
- Friendly Enemy: She treats her fight with Wendy like a game, and convinces her and Carla to take a mid-battle ice cream break.
- Graceful Loser: After Wendy saves her from her own attacks, Aquarius happily agrees to go back to the spirit world and asks Wendy to play with her again sometime.
- Little Miss Badass: She may look and act younger than usual, but her attacks are no less dangerous.
- Making a Splash: She carries an urn of water similar to her normal self, but she uses different attacks, such as a spray of bubbles, a water tornado, and a sea serpent made of water.
- Mythology Gag: Not only is she turned into a child in this form, but one of her main attacks is creating a water dragon. She fights against Wendy, who was originally planned to be the Water Dragon Slayer.
- Token Mini-Moe: Alongside Gemini, Eclipse Aquarius is the youngest in appearance and personality of all the Eclipse Spirits.
Mother Pisces voiced by: Kanami Sato (Japanese), Stephanie Young (English)
Child Pisces voiced by: Shohei Kajikawa (Japanese), Justin Pate (English)
The Twin Fish. Originally a mother-child pair of fish who can take on human form, the mother has become an overbearing mama shark, and the child a rebellious teenage kappa.
- Anti-Magic: The child has this ability as he's able to cancel out Natsu's fire attacks.
- Casting a Shadow: Both Pisces use inky energy attacks.
- Consummate Liar: The child does this a lot, claiming he'll do one thing and then doing another while saying, "Just kidding!"
- Dreadlock Warrior: Not only does the child have dreadlocks, but one of his attacks instantly restyles his opponents' hair into dreads as well.
- Extreme Omnivore: The mother can eat any attack thrown at her.
- Fish People: Played more straight with the child, who is now a kappa.
- Flying Seafood Special: The mother has the ability to fly through the air.
- Kappa: The child becomes this, peppering his sentences with the phrase "kappa" as well.
- Making a Splash: The mother can turn the ground into water for her to swim through. They're also both quite adept at fighting underwater.
- Mama Bear: The mother snaps whenever her child is hurt, calling her Breath Weapon "Mommy's Roar".
- My Beloved Smother: The mother behaves like this towards pretty much everyone, not just her child. For this reason, the child constantly tries to keep his distance from her.
- No-Sell: They lose their normal selves' weakness to water, which becomes a problem when the heroes think they've found a way to beat them using water attacks.
- Sleeves Are for Wimps: The child wears a sleeveless shirt.
- Super Toughness: The mother's hide is impervious to most attacks, and can also harden her usually soft underbelly to cause damage on contact.
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Unlike their normal selves, the two Eclipse Pisces don't work well at all together, which gives Mirajane the advantage she needs to beat them.
- Tertiary Sexual Characteristics: You can tell that the mother shark is a female thanks to her eyelashes and heart-shaped lipstick.
- Threatening Shark: The mother is about as threatening as you can make a shark with lipstick and an overbearing personality.
- Verbal Tic: Both mother and child have their own tics: the mother says "zame zame" (which means "shark" as well as over-the-top crying), while the son ends his sentences with "zrah".
- Worthy Opponent: The child and Natsu compliment each other while fighting.
Voiced by: Asami Tano (Japanese), Carli Mosier (English)
The Serpent Bearer. Initially appearing as a sadistic nurse with an arsenal of medical weaponry, Eclipse Ophiuchus is actually a massive serpent whose body serves as Astral Spiritus, and is loyal to none other than the Eclipse Spirit King.
- Attack Drone: Summons some form of robotic drones right when she says she's going to get serious.
- Attack Its Weak Point: Subverted. Yes, getting punched by Natsu there did hurt, but it was more of a Wounded Gazelle Gambit to get Natsu to start warping Astral Spiritus to aid Lucy and Yukino in closing the remaining gates, which is exactly what she wanted.
- Bishōnen Line: Just contrast her humanoid (and frankly, very attractive) Eclipse form with her downright monstrous, gigantic original form. She kicks Natsu and Wendy's ass in this form, but her old form was subject to a One-Hit Kill by Kagura.
- Blind Obedience: She states flat-out that she doesn't care if the Eclipse Spirit King kills her if that's what he truly desires.
- The Chessmaster: She proves to be one of the series' most manipulative villains, playing everyone from Fairy Tail to her fellow Eclipse Spirits from the very beginning, all to serve her true master.
- Cute and Psycho: She is a totally perky and totally sadistic nurse. Of course, as it's later revealed, it's all an act.
- Cute Little Fangs: They go with her Cute and Psycho personality and remind us that she is a snake.
- Dark Action Girl: She mops the floor with Natsu and Wendy, and later the whole of Fairy Tail.
- Deadly Doctor: She represents the medical aspect of snakes.
- Dragon-in-Chief: She serves as The Dragon to the true villain, the Eclipse Spirit King, but he lacks as much true focus until the end as he does in the brains department. As such, it is Ophiuchus who drives the main conflict directly by manipulating both the heroes and Eclipse Spirits through Leo.
- Eldritch Abomination: Her true form is the entire realm of Astral Spiritus, and she can control it accordingly.
- Gratuitous Latin: "Omnia magna stella rex prae." ("It is all for you, my king")
- Healing Factor: Arcadios chops her giant snake's Multi Purpose Tongue off. It grows back not a second later.
- Hellish Pupils: Fittingly, she has snake-like pupils.
- Improbable Weapon User: She uses every manner of medical equipment you can in her nurse form.
- Leaning on the Fourth Wall: She takes out a chart to explain her constellation and why she has taken the form of a nurse.
- Letting Her Hair Down: She undoes her ponytail and lets her hair run loose when she reveals her true form.
- Male Gaze: Thanks to her Minidress of Power, the anime takes no small amount of time focusing on her butt.
- Minidress of Power: One that looks like a doctor's labcoat, but is short enough to show that She's Got Legs.
- Musical Assassin: She plays an ocarina to control others' movements like a snake charmer would.
- Obfuscating Stupidity: After assuming her One-Winged Angel form, she drops her Cute and Psycho act and reveals herself as one of the series' most cunning villains.
- One-Winged Angel: Towards the climax of the arc, she is shown in her true form as a massive serpent with her humanoid body perched right on top of the snake's head.
- Samus Is a Girl: Her Eclipse form is a female, something that can't be discerned from her regular form.
- Scaled Up: Once Leo tries the ritual again, she suddenly appears in her true form: a human merged with a massive serpent.
- Verbal Tic: Her nurse persona ends every single sentence with "denaasu" (a pun on the word "nurse").
- The Woman Behind the Man: She pretends to be subordinate to Eclipse Leo when she is actually the one pulling his strings on the Eclipse Spirit King's behalf.
- Xanatos Gambit: Not only did she foresee the heroes trying to force the Zodiac spirits' gates closed, but it is necessary to her plan because forcing their gates closed sends them right back to the Celestial Spirit World with the Eclipse Spirit King. If Liberam had been allowed to succeed as Leo wanted, the Eclipse Spirit King would have been virtually unchallenged to continue his reign of terror. Either way, he would win, and Ophiuchus kept both the heroes and the other spirits in the dark the whole time.
Polaris of Ursa Minor
Voiced by: Taishi Murata (Japanese), Cris George (English)
A giant, simple-minded, bear-shaped robot with incredible strength. He is owned by Yukino.
- Battle Aura: Gains one after eating honey as a Power-Up.
- Bears Are Bad News: Sort of. It can fight, but it's not very effective in battle against Eclipse Pisces.
- Giant Mecha: It is designed like one.
- Immortal Immaturity: It is an immortal, powerful spirit, but speaks and acts like a child.
- Informed Ability: Yukino says it can Power-Up by drinking honey, but Eclipse Pisces tricks it into taking a nap afterward before it can display its power.
- Meaningful Name: Polaris is a star in Ursa Minor, which means "Little Bear".
- Verbal Tic: "Kuma" (which literally means "bear").
Deneb the White Swan
Voiced by: Taishi Murata (Japanese), Chris Burnett (English)
A temperamental spirit who complains about everything and never does what he's told. Ironically, his wings are black despite his title. He is owned by Yukino.
- Calling Your Attacks: "Summer Triangle!"
- Creepy Shadowed Undereyes: They add to his gloomy appearance.
- Emo Teen: Looks and acts like one, so much so that it makes it difficult to get him to do anything.
- Hell-Bent for Leather: Wears a purple leather jacket with a white swan on his back.
- Light 'em Up: His only known attack involves creating a triangle of light.
- Meaningful Name: His Summer Triangle attack is named after a pattern of three stars, with the Deneb star being the brightest.
- Non-Indicative Name: He's named after the White Swan star, but he has black wings.
- Peek-a-Bangs: Half his face is covered by his hair.
- Rebellious Spirit: Played in the most literal sense, since he refuses to fight when ordered because he feels that he'd just be trying too hard. Yukino has to resort to Reverse Psychology when this happens, telling him he doesn't have to try hard, which makes him thinks she's calling him inept and enter the fray to prove her wrong.
- Winged Humanoid: He's a human spirit with black wings on his arms.
Aegis and Bandou
Voiced by: Johnny Yong Bosch (English)
Two elite members of the Fiore Kingdom army's anti-magic unit.
- Friendly Fire: They charge straight through their own men.
- No Celebrities Were Harmed: They are a parody of real life Japanese baseball player Eiji Bandō.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Weekly Shōnen Magazine shows that their name is supposed to be "Aegis" (Eijisu), but typos in certain publications led to it being shortened to "Eiji" by mistake.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: They don't last a single scene before Natsu turns them both into a Twinkle In The Sky.
Voiced by: Sarah Wiedenheft (English)
An idol from Twilight Ogre who makes a brief appearance in the battle after the Grand Magic Games. She uses ice and fire magic.
- Action Girl: She's able to mow down an entire horde of enemies at once in her brief appearance.
- Cat Girl: Her feisty attitude and cat-shaped hat give this impression.
- Elemental Powers: Her magic involves freezing her opponents solid and then burning them with her flaming tail.
- Enemy Mine: She fights alongside Fairy Tail during the final battle of the Grand Magic Games arc.
- Genki Girl: She's very cheerful and friendly for a member of such a ruthless and brutal guild.
- Power-Up Food: Appears able to activate her power after munching on a steamed potato.
- Remember the New Guy?: She bemoans getting knocked out of the Grand Magic Games' preliminary round, but is never seen on Thibault's five-man team. It's likely she was part of another team, though she's clearly shown standing alongside Thibault and his gang in welcoming Fairy Tail back to Magnolia after the games.
- Teen Idol: She outright calls herself an idol, appears a great deal younger than her guildmates, and basks in the attention she gets from her peers in the middle of a deadly battle.
- Verbal Tic: "Dechi dechi!"
De Seever and G. Rifter
Seever voiced by: Shinya Hamazoe (Japanese), Douglass Burks (English)
Rifter voiced by: Kenta Sasa (Japanese), Jeremy Schwartz (English)
The mayor of Borwatt Town and his crafty butler. They plan to scam Fairy Tail out of all their money to get Laxus to fix a lightning storm he caused by accident.
- Corrupt Politician: They're both con artists who trick Laxus into causing a disaster in their city for them to blackmail Fairy Tail over.
- Dub Name Change: Rifter's name in Japanese is "Ga Maille".
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Seever may be out to bleed wizard guilds dry, but he is instinctively protective of his granddaughter when Laxus comes rampaging.
- Faux Affably Evil: Seever presents himself as a kind and jovial mayor to his citizens, to one who gives Laxus a perpetual Death Glare in private.
- Karma Houdini: Laxus lets them off the hook when Seever rushes to protect his granddaughter. It's clear that they've learned nothing in the end, as they set their sights on Blue Pegasus to pay for his demolished mansion.
- Morality Pet: Seever's granddaughter, whom he instinctively protects when Laxus comes rampaging over one of his scams.
- Punny Name: "De Seever" sounds very much like "Deceiver", while "G. Rifter" is a pun on "Grifter".
- Spell My Name with an "S": Crunchyroll goes with the name "De Cybele" for Seever's name and "Da Maille" for G. Rifter's name.
- Verbal Tic: Seever has a habit of going "Hmm!"
- Villain with Good Publicity: Seever is well-liked in Borwatt, and threatens to carry out a Malicious Slander campaign against Fairy Tail if Laxus doesn't comply with his demands.
Voiced by: Tomoko Kaneda (Japanese), Samantha Inoue-Harte (English)
A odd, furry creature whose egg fell from the sky onto Natsu. He and Happy take him home and add him to their family.
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: His true from is a mammoth beast.
- Canon Immigrant: Kemo-kemo originated from a Japan-exclusive Fairy Tail novel, Each Day After the Grand Magic Games.
- Heroic Sacrifice: He manages to regain his memories, defeat the sea serpent attacking Fairy Tail, and keep the virus on his home island from spreading to the mainland. But in doing so, he uses up his energy for his physical form and turns into a tree as a result to make sure the virus is contained.
- Internal Monologue: The episodes featuring him are interspersed with scenes of him reflecting on events going on around him.
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: He's actually the guardian of an island that appears from the ocean every hundred of years needed to keep a lethal virus from spreading. Due to his "birth", he forgets this until he gradually gets his memory back.
- Playing with Fire: Just like Natsu, he is capable of breathing fire.
- Telepathy: He is able to speak to others via this method.
Voiced by: Unknown
A former member of Saber Tooth. Ziemma used him as a sparring partner for Minerva.
- Bandaged Face: His face is completely wrapped up in bandages.
- Death by Origin Story: He only appears in Minerva's Start of Darkness in the anime, where Ziemma kills him after Minerva refuses to.
- Having a Blast: He can fire bursts of blue energy from his fingertips.
- Not Enough to Bury: All that's left of him are his hands, feet, and ashes where the rest of his body used to be once Ziemma blasts him.
- Posthumous Character: He was killed by his own guild master when Minerva was still a young girl.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: He has purple hair.
Mako and Miko
Mako voiced by: Ai Kakuma (Japanese), Dana Schultes (English)
Miko voiced by: Sumire Morohoshi (Japanese), Stephanie Goudy (English)
A baker and her young daughter who live in a Blue Skull-controlled Magnolia during the events of Fairy Tail Zero.