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Now that you know the good guys, it’s time to get better acquainted with the bad guys of FTR. Only put characters who are the Big Bad for an arc here.

For more information on some of these characters, go here, here, and here.

Ultear Milkovich

A member of Grimoire Heart and the first antagonist Natsu and co. fight against. She brainwashed Jellal and infiltrated the Magic Council in order to get Etherion fired and have it serve as a distraction while her guild gets one of the keys to unseal Zeref, however, thanks to Natsu, Etherion is never fired, her plot is exposed, and she’s arrested.

Brain/Zero/Daz Love

The master of the Oración Seis. Like in canon, he plans to use Nirvana to create a new world order, though this incarnation is doing it for some different reasons.

King Faust

The King of Edolas, and Mystogan's father. He is obsessed with bestowing an infinite supply of magic on his kingdom, and tries to do so by stealing magic from Earth-land through interdimensional portals that transform wizards into lacrima.


The master of Grimoire Heart and the second master of Fairy Tail, Purehito. He means to obtain the One Magic in order to create a utopia for mages.

Battler Bauer

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Frederica Bernkastel

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The Master of Tartaros

A mysterious being who first showed up in chapter ten to give Grimoire Heart one of the keys to release Zeref. The Master is the one who made Purehito evil, and also sent Acnologia to Tenrou Island to destroy Fairy Tail. While the Master hasn’t really done anything, the Master will certainly be an adversary. The Master also seems to have a connection to Natsu and Zeref.

Shagorra Vermillion

The true antagonist of the story, who also happens to be Mavis’ father and Natsu and Zeref’s stepfather. For the past 400 years, Shagorra has been using a magic known as Soul Bondage to send his soul into other people’s bodies to eventually take them over in an attempt to eventually destroy the world.


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