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All spoilers regarding Fairy Tail and Fairy Tail Zero are unmarked. Examples pertaining to 100 Years Quest can be spoiler tagged if deemed necessary.
A young girl Gray meets in his travels. She is kidnapped by the Chrono Noise guild for her Egg Knock ability.
- Big Damn Heroes: Rescues Gray before the acid from the Devil's Egg can consume him.
- Break the Cutie: She's a sweet and innocent girl who is taken from her family and forced to help an evil guild hatch a giant monster. Fortunately, Gray manages to save her and get her safely back home.
- Child Mage: She looks no older than the prepubescent Gray, yet possesses a powerful magic that's sought out by an evil gang of wizards.
- Shrinking Violet: She's shy and reserved, but also extremely polite to Gray.
- Strong Family Resemblance: She's shown to share her mother's hair and her father's Unusual Eyebrows.
- What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?: Her Egg Knock spell speeds up time inside an egg to make them hatch faster. Not the most practical of spells, but Chrono Noise nearly uses it to deadly effect when they get their hands on a monster's egg. It's no wonder she thinks her magic sucks.
The master of Chrono Noise, a guild that aims to hatch a demon's egg.
- Armed Legs: He wears stilts that have targets painted on them that leave explosive markings when he kicks at his opponent.
- Bad Boss: He blows up one of his own men just for being six seconds late to a meeting. No tears are shed, then, when his whole guild up and abandons him while their headquarters are destroyed.
- Berserk Button: There are two things that equate to a death sentence in Chrono Noise: being late, and bringing attention to his height.
- Collared by Fashion: Wears a large, poofy collar.
- Death by Irony: Gets dissolved by the acidic form of the monster he tried to hatch.
- Evil Is Not a Toy: He aims to hatch a Devil's Egg he found in the forest so he can take control of the beast inside. When Gray smashes it before it's ready to hatch, the monster's gooey embryo spills onto him. And since the egg's contents instantly melt anything they touch...
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Twice in succession: first when Gray traps him in an ice dome with his own bombs; and again when the acidic goo from the Devil's Egg lands on him after Gray cracks it open.
- I'll Kill You!: Yells this at Gray after he calls him a brat.
- Mismatched Eyes: Has a dark-colored left eye and a light-colored right one.
- Monster Clown: His outfit and stilts make him look like a circus performer, yet he is a ruthless guild master and a formidable fighter.
- Multicolored Hair: To go with his Mismatched eyes, the tuft of hair that sticks out from his hood is dark on one side and light on the other.
- The Napoleon: The guy is even shorter than Gray is as a kid, and walks on stilts to compensate. He's also an incredibly vile person
Leader of the Five Bridge Familia guild. He was captured and sent away to a maximum security prison, Black Vox, but he is freed by his guild and tries to turn the prison into his new base.
- Attack Drone: His magic summons these from his arms and legs. They're used for Beam Spam attacks.
- Bullying a Dragon: He knows who Gildarts is and his reputation but figured he could take him on. You can guess how well that goes.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Gray at his current level is no match for him. But Drum finds himself on the receiving end from Gildarts.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: He frees the prisoners in hoping they would help take over Black Vox. However, one of those prisoners happened to be Gildarts, who doesn't take kindly to him attacking Gray.
- Large and in Charge: So massive that he can pin down two people just from one palm alone.
- Light 'em Up: His major attack involves summoning light orbs and firing beams at his targets.
- Might Makes Right: A true believer of it, as he says it word for word.
- Prison Riot: Leads one upon being freed from prison, declaring all the inmates to be members of his guild.
- Would Hurt a Child: Not that Gray didn't attack him first, but he has no qualms with hitting back.
Mary and Amelie
Two sisters whom Gray and Gildarts meet while stopping in a town for a quick job. They were sold to a mafia boss named Cappuccino to work off their family's debt.
- Big Sister Instinct: Amelie indeed wants what's best for Mary and tries to get Gildarts to take Mary out of the town and to some relatives while she works off the rest of the debt. Gildarts decides to just take the both of them out of there.
- Stepford Smiler: Mary does this a lot so as to keep her spirits up due to their current situation.
- Work Off the Debt: How the two wound up working for Cappuccino to cover their parents' debts.
A mob boss of a riverside town call Mone who hired Gildarts for a job involving a monstrous fish that was disrupting his import trade.
- Determinator: Very persistent. Even when Gray manages to stop Milk Boy and him from chasing him and Gildarts, Gray, Amelie and Mary make it out on the river. Cappuccio just grabs a boat and follows them. Even when said monstrous fish, Unicol, was attacking them. That said, he was still dealing with Gildarts so...
- Too Dumb to Live: ...Chases after Glidarts just to reclaim the girls in the middle of the lake, that he himself knows houses a monstrous fish which comes out at night, whilst also coming after them in a small boat to boot. Even if he had succeeded, it was very unlikely he would make it back to land unscathed.
- The Don: Of a Mafia family in a small port town. He specializes in alcohol imports.
- Underestimating Badassery: Saw Gildarts as nothing but a small-time mage.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Gildarts just brushes him aside like he was nothing, even when he was holding back.
- Dumb Muscle: Acts like a baby when not fighting.
- Eaten Alive: He gets knocked toward Unicol who catches him in it's mouth. Luckily for him, he gets spit out after Gray defeats the fish.
- Running on All Fours: When he initially chases after Gildarts, Gray, Amelie and Mary, he does this after powering up on milk.
A young girl mage that Gray meets while traversing a region stuck in winter. She specializes in Season magic that can changes the weather.
- Fingerless Gloves: Seen wearing some.
- Missing Mom: It's implied her master was her mother and that she died the previous month, leaving her by herself.
- Not So Different: Gray finds she has similar ambitions as him, namely to carry on the will of their mentors.
- Weather Manipulation: Sort of, its not so much a power then a magical ash then when spread can change the seasons. When Gray meets her, she has finished making an ash that will bring spring and make Cherry Blossoms.
The leader of a treasure hunting guild calling themselves Fisherman's Prize who seek Roka's Cherry Ash as it's has been designated an A Class treasure.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Gray single-handily beats him and sends him and his guild packing by making an ice boat under them, sending them sliding off a cliff.
- Inescapable Net: Uses one against Gray in their fight. Unfortunately for him, all he caught was Gray's ice clone.
- Treasure Hunter: Introduces himself as such when meeting Gray and Roka.
- The Nose Knows: Claims to have a powerful sense of smell which he used to find Roka's house.
A thief Gray meet who tries to steal his goods. After Gray stops him, he vows revenge and decides to stick close to Gray in the meantime.
- Bag of Holding: Had one which he was using to hold all the stuff he stole. It ends up spilling out once Gray defeats him.
- Dirty Coward: Used to belong to a thieves guild, but the group botched a job and he ran while the rest of his guild mates were caught by the police.
- Earn Your Happy Ending: After all of their struggles, he ends up joining another guild along with Pause, staying friends with Gray thereafter.
- Go Through Me: A humorous variant. The train that was carrying Gray, Pause and him had to stop and be repaired. The three ventured into the woods for a bit and came upon a hideout of a former mage which still had a security system activated. Gray and Pause allowed him to run ahead while they held off the system. When they returned, they see that he had laid in front of the train to keep it from moving until they returned.
- In the Hood: Wears a full body hoodie.
- Meaningful Name: Dorobō literally means "thief" in Japanese.
- No Sense of Personal Space: Constantly hovering over Gray, something that Gray himself even lampshades.
- The Only One Allowed to Defeat You: He claims he'll get revenge on Gray for his earlier humiliation and until then, travel along with Gray much to Gray's chagrin.
- Shout-Out: His jacket has the design of a Devil Fruit.
- Super Speed/Time Stands Still: He has some magical pills that grant him super speed for 30 seconds. When he uses them though, we see things from his P.O.V so it ends up looking like the latter.
- Too Dumb to Live: Spends so much time gloating about stealing Gray's million's worth cargo that he forgets to run away before the pills wear off.
A boy Gray meets on a train while heading for Magnolia. It's revealed he's a member of Circus Night.
- Mood-Swinger: Initially coming off as kindly, friendly and rather tranquil when coming up to a decent person. However when he's faced with someone he finds is of unsavory character he becomes rather loud and frothy at the mouth, with tones of anger veins cracking all along his face.
- Bookworm: Not only is he a bespectacled boffin, but uses books as a weapon, too!
- Earn Your Happy Ending: After all of their struggles, he ends up joining another guild along with Dorobo, staying friends with Gray thereafter.
- Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!: Every time he uses his powers. He goes so overboard at one point, that Gray had to hit him with ice to bring him back to his senses.
- I Owe You My Life: How he feels toward Night Circus since they took him in. However he refuses to cross the line into killing someone, when Kafuchi orders him to kill Gray.
- Parental Abandonment: Explains to Gray how he joined Circus Night because his parent had died, and that the guild took him in.
- Paper Master: His magic has him sending a whirlwind of paper at his opponent. However he can't really control it properly and has to be smacked out of his state. He can also turn his paper into animal shapes as well which can be used to track back to him.
- Throw the Book at Them: Shown he carries around a big book, and uses it when some rowdy passengers on the train annoy him.
Woodcutting in the Dark
A poaching guild that's takes the same train Gray and Pause happen to be on, trying to transport a baby mole to sell off.
- BFS: The leader wields a butcher styled sword
- Curb-Stomp Battle: They get completely decimated by Gray and Pause, with the leader being finished off by the baby mole's very angry parents.
- No Name Given: Their names are never shown outside the guild name. Not even the leader who looked to be the most dangerous of them. They're more or less just canon fodder.
A guild that shared the same town in Magnolia and one of Fairy Tail's earliest rivals.
- Circus of Fear: The high ranking members have somewhat of an evil circus motif.
- Doomed by Canon: Considering Fairy Tail is still the top guild of the city, it's safe to say they didn't last long.
- Mass "Oh, Crap!": When Fairy Tail show up at their guild hall, and promptly start tearing them a new one for messing with Wakaba.
The leader of Circus Night.
- Bad Boss: He had Pause beaten up simply because he had summoned a hospital to help Gray and Dorobo, after he was forced to ambush them while they were walking with Wakaba. And then ordered him to kill Gray when Gray infiltrated their base to save Wakaba. When Pause refused, he was all set to kill him too. He likewise uses his powers to "eat" his own men to power himself up.
- Battle Discretion Shot: We never see the fight between Makarov and himself; though considering how Fairy Tail is no worse for wear later on, it was likely a Curb-Stomp Battle.
- Monster Clown: Looks like a giant walking balloon covered in spots.
- Would Hurt a Child: Had beaten up Pause and nearly killed both him and Gray, had Fairy Tail not shown up. He likewise had no qualms going all out on Gray when trying to fight him later.
A girl Wendy meets when she arrives in Nanalu Village. She's apparently the only mage in the village as her family could use magic. Has the ability to manipulate objects.
ShiyuuA young boy within Nanalu Village, Yoshino has a crush on him.
- An Ice Person: Revealed to be an ice mage and the one kidnapping villagers from the village.
- Happily Adopted: Reveals he was taken into the village a year ago.
- I Did What I Had to Do: Didn't want his new home to be destroyed so he froze most of the citizens to keep them out of harms way and wanted Wendy to activate the Dragon's Treasure so he could save them. Then he finds out the leader of Night Butterly had no intention of keeping his word.
- Taking the Bullet: Does so to Yoshino when the thin leader of Night Butterly's attack heads her way.
- Poor Communication Kills: He was being blackmailed by the thieves guild, Night Butterly, into trying to activate a Dragon Stone. But fails to tell Wendy that only a Dragon Slayer could do it so of course she has no idea what he's talking about when he keeps requesting her to do it. Then has the gall to blame her the town's downfall when he provokes her.
A thieves guild that was the cause of the disappearances in Nanalu Village.
- Bad Boss: The thin leader wounds his own men when he counter attacks Team Natsu.
- Creepy Crossdresser: Yes, those are men in women's clothing.
- Energy Absorption: The thin leader has this as his main magic as he can absorbs any magic thrown at him.
- Fat and Skinny: The co-leaders are this though the thin one does the most talking.
- No Name Given: The leaders of the thieves never have their names revealed.
- Making a Splash: The fat leader can do this with his magic as he uses it to grab Yoshino.
- Phlebotinum Overload: How the thin leader is defeated when Team Natsu combine their power that he balloons and eventually explodes.
- Underestimating Badassery: The slim leader notices Team Natsu has come to back up Wendy but figures since there's only four of them, they can take them. Guess how well that goes?
- You Destroyed My Village: The thin one gloats he was the one that destroy Shiyu's original village looking for the Dragon Treasure.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: The thin leader tries to pull it on Shiyuu when he sees no more use for Shiyuu and his village.
Yoshino's great grandmother, hailed as a hero in her village for killing a dragon.
- All of the Other Reindeer: When she first came to the village, she was ridiculed by the other villagers because they feared magic.
- Doomed by Canon: Since her death takes place years before Fairy Tail and Blue Mistral, we know that she won't survive.
- Mercy Kill: She didn't really kill the dragon out of maliciousness, in fact she was friends with it after she pulled the dragon stone out of it's foot. The dragon, on the verge of dying anyway, requested she do this so that the villagers will accept her for killing the "evil" dragon.
- Posthumous Character: Long dead by the start of the story.
A bandaged man Wendy and Carla meet when they fall off a train carrying them back to Magnolia and end up in the backyard of his mansion.
- All of the Other Reindeer: Started getting this due to Sara convincing the nearby villagers that his and his nomadic people were the cause of withering trees
- Bandaged Face: And body. Turns outs its to cover the parts of his body that are turning to wood due to the spell cast over the mansion.
- Not Evil, Just Misunderstood: When Wendy and Carla first meet him, he looks like he might be a serial killer and chases them when they run. But he turns out to be a really nice man who was just trying to defend himself and his friends who were turned into trees.
- Super Strength: Despite his lanky figure, he's pretty strong. Able to punch through rock with his bare hands.
A powerful female mage whose responsible for Tan's predicament.
- Easily Forgiven: Tan and the villagers forgive her for her lies since she did at least have their best interest at heart.
- Green Thumb: Specializes in plant magic.
- Girlish Pigtails: Seen to have this hairstyle when her hood is down.
- Hidden Heart of Gold: According to Tan, she was convinced that Tan and his nomads were being harmful to the forest with their development and tried to forced them to leave despite Tan telling them they had no where to go. When he refused, she lied to the villagers that Tan and his clan were "Death Gods" responsible for the deterioration of the trees and chased him and his clan into a mansion where she used her magic to turn them into trees. Tan managed to resist the longest but is slowly turning into a tree himself. Eventually its revealed that while she puts on the act of being uncaring, she was just trying to look out for the village's best interest, even if said methods were a bit excessive.
- In the Hood: Most of the time always seen in a cloak.
- In Harmony with Nature: Her main power, she can hear the lifeforce of things, including the forest.
- Poor Communication Kills: The reason she had Tan and his group holed up in a mansion was because they had unknowingly been carrying around an disease that was spreading to the forest and she didn't want it to spread to the villagers till they had built up an immunity. However a boy that had been playing in the mansion calls out her methods and that things could've went better if Sara had just bothered to tell everyone of her power to hear the forest sooner and gave everyone a better understanding of what was going on since she nearly died from the infection herself.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: She really cares about the forest around the village but saw Tan and his clan's development, which was meant as thanks to the village for taking them in, as a danger to it.
A dark guild that copies famous guilds and extort money out of people.
- Gonk: They don't even look remotely like the people they're imitating. In fact all the members are male.
- Mugging the Monster: Considering who they were impersonating, they should've known better then to try to pick a fight with members of Fairy Tail. Especially since they knew of them from the Grand Magic Games.
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: On the receiving end of it from four of the Fairy Tail girls.
- Too Dumb to Live: Copying Fairy Tail then trying to take on Lucy, Erza, Wendy and Juvia. Ends about as well as you'd expect.
- Would Hurt a Child: They kick Roil when they overhear him badmouthing him.
- Zerg Rush: Attempted it when two of their members tell the others who attacked them. They quickly find that doesn't mean squat to members of Fairy Tail.
RoyalA young boy who acts as a guide to Crocus to the four Fairy Girls. He later requests that they find his father's attacker.
- Expecting Someone Taller: Admits he didn't expect Fairy Tail to be so oddball and cheery, picturing them more serious looking. Of course then he actually sees the Fairy Girls fight...
- Small Role, Big Impact: While he doesn't have a lot of screen time, it's thanks to him asking the Fairy Girls for help that Raven Goblin's scheme was thwarted.
Raven GoblinA dark guild made up of inventors who set about trying to take over Crocus.
- Mad Scientist: Considering they're made up of inventors, it's not a stretch to peg them as this.
DomOne of the researchers of Raven Goblin who was impersonating the King of Crocus while the real one had by kidnapped by his guild.
- Clothes Make the Superman: He uses a suit that allows him to expand explosion in every direction.
- Did Not See That Coming: He claims his suit doesn't have any blind spot. Turns out he forgot to protect his head which Lucy and Leo take advantage of.
- Fat Bastard: Pretty hefty looking guy.
- Having a Blast: His main attack is just sending out explosions in all directions.
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Gets throttled by Leo once Lucy and he get around his explosions.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: Disguises himself as the King of Crocus and does a good job it, fooling even the Fairy Girls. Though it's unknown if that's his magic or if it was part of his suit.
Rusie and RoenA sister duo of Raven Goblin who act as the engine to their airship.
- Bad Boss: When their subordinates get caught up in their wind attack and Wendy calls them out on it, they claim they can just replace them.
- Big Guy, Little Guy: Rusie the big, Roen the little.
- Blow You Away: Their main attack involves using giant fans to blow their opponents away.
- Did Not Think This Through: They manage to incapacitate the Fairy Girls for a bit before sicing their subordinates on them...only to notice their henchmen are likewise caught in the wind attack.
- Gonk: Rushie, the elder sister.
Another researcher of Raven Goblin in a bear suit.
- Bears Are Bad News: He wears a bear suit and he's evil.
- Blood from the Mouth: The girls think it is when they first see him. Turns out it's just jam.
- Cuteness Proximity: Weaponized, he uses pheromones and the huggable design of a teddy bear to keep his target from attacking him and bring them under his control. Juvia manages to snap herself out of it as she love Gray more however.
- Elmuh Fudd Syndwome: Speaks like this in the official English translation.
- Lightning Bruiser: Surprisingly fast for a bulky guy.
- Verbal Tic: -Bu!, only the Japanese version.
Leader of the Raven Goblin Guild.
- Barrier Warrior: Her main invention is a magic barrier that deflects attacks from the inside but can let in attacks from the outside. She can also make shields with them.
- Daddy's Little Villain: The daughter of the founder of the guild, Silverspark.
- Expecting Someone Taller: The Fairy Girls are surprised that that Guild leader is just a small girl.
- Zerg Rush: Her main gambit against the girls, with Lucy, Juvia amd Wendy trapped in her barrier. She sends her army of mooks to take care of Erza, whose forced to defend the three, hoping to wear her down. It almost works if not for Lucy and Juvia's Unison Raid.
The main founder of the Raven Goblin Guild and Ripenille's father.
- Abusive Parent: More then willing to sacrifice his daughter for his plans Or so he says.
- Arc Villain: He serves as one for the first major story arc of the manga.
- Final-Exam Boss: He uses all the inventions the other members of his guild used.
- If You're So Evil, Eat This Kitten: Lucy calls him out on sacrificing his daughter and gambles on if he'll truly kill Ripenille by having her trap the girls in her barrier, giving him an easy enough target to wipe all of them out. He can't go through with it as Lucy knows the look of a true father when she sees it.
- Villain Has a Point: Silverspark isn't wrong about the possibility of their world losing their magic. Not shortly after this incident, Tartaros would almost succeed in wiping out magic. Ironically when he tried to tell the king this, Crawford, the head of the Magic Council, dispelled his notion and called Silverspark deluded. Considering what we find out later about Crawford, it was likely he was just trying to stop a potential threat to his plans.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Wanted to take over Crocus because he feels the king is too reliant on magic and will lead it to ruin through that belief without taking precautions on if magic disappears from their world.
- You Have Failed Me: Reveals he only used his guild as pawns to test his inventions before he set his plan into motion and even only sees his daughter as expendable Subverted on that last one, he still does care and when given the opportunity to really go through with killing her along with the Fairy Girls, he purposefully misses.
A dark guild that poses as a resort to lure in wizards, trap them, then zap away their magic to use as their own. Only consists of two people named Gen and Lily.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Despite having drained the magic of 100 wizards. Lucy and Loki take them out in one hit.
- Lotus-Eater Machine: They trap their victims in a beach like setting while the drain their magic via vines from their plant monster.
- Oh, Crap!: Once Lucy (with some help from Mavis) breaks free and has Loki beat them and their monster single-handily
A wizard who joins Fairy Tail after seeing them fight in the Grand Magic Games, especially infatuated with Wendy. In truth however shes really a member of the dark guild, Rose Marionette.
- The Atoner: After Rose Marionette's defeat, she apologizes and vows to make up for her wrongdoing.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: It turns out that she's a villain who's working to lure Wendy into a trap, but has a better reason for her villainy than it first appears.
- But Now I Must Go: She apologizes and decides to part ways with Fairy Tail until she makes up for betraying them.
- HeelFace Turn: She wasn't bad to begin with. But after Rose Marionette betrays her and seeing Wendy try to save her she quickly switches sides.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Attempts it by separating Wendy and the Fairy Girls from Rose Marionette and trying to keep the latter from chasing them, but is easily knocked aside. Luckily Erza broke free from her hypnosis to save her.
- I Did What I Had to Do: Reveals she participated in Rose Marionette's plans because she desperately needed money to save her church and the kids living there. However she realizes the kids she cares for would never forgive for her methods and tries to help the Fairy Girls.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: The leader of Rose Marionette stabs her from behind. She manages to survive thanks to Wendy.
- Senpai Kohai: Considers Wendy, who's one of the youngest and newest members of Fairy Tail, her senpai, even though the guild doesn't recognize senpais or kohais. Wendy, however, insists that the responsibility of a senpai is to take responsibility for the kohai's mistakes when protecting Sumire from her former friends.
A dark guild who plot to sell weapons made from the magic of kidnapped wizards.
- Arc Villain: Technically of the second arc, though not as prominent as Raven Goblin since the only show themselves near the end of the story. Heck they're only a threat because Sumire managed to trick the Fairy Girls with sleeping gas, making then vulnerable enough that they could hypnotize them.
- Arms Dealer: In a sense. They kidnap powerful wizards, then drain their magic with a machine and convert it into weapons (in this case, bombs from Wendy's wind magic), which they had planned to sell to other Dark Guilds and make a name for themselves on the Black Market.
- Bald of Evil: The guild's leader is bald-headed.
- Defeat by Modesty: Lauren, the guild's swordswoman, tries to fight Erza thinking she's a match. Erza easily beats her by shredding her clothes.
- Greater-Scope Villain: Reveal they had came up with the magic drain plan Ant Lion had attempted and refined it.
- Mind Control: One of the members keeps most of the Fairy Girls in their service by hypnosis. However Erza eventually breaks free thanks to her fake eye and knocks him out, freeing the others.
- Oh, Crap!: When they're actually forced to fight the Fairy Girls after they free themselves from their hypnosis. Quickly finding out there's a difference between getting the drop on them and actually confronting them head on which they immediately regret doing the latter.
- Shout-Out: Their designs are similar to the Droogs from A Clockwork Orange.
- Underestimating Badassery: Largely think they can easily take the Fairy Girls simply because they fell into their trap. Lauren even thinking shes a match for Erza. Once the the fairy girls were freed from the hypnosis, they take out Rose Marionette in seconds. Dumb thing too is that they knew of their strength from the Grand Magic Games, but focus solely on Wendy as they figured she was the weakest and easiest to handle. And even then, she was only at half power due to the magic drainage and still gave them trouble.
- Verbal Tic: The guild hypnotist, Hypnotic Gorilla, always ends his sentences with "Uho".
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: When they overhear Sumire bad-mouthing them and just using them as a means for her own ends. The leader stabs her from behind, stating they don't need her anymore now that they have Wendy.
- The Alcoholic: Erza notes she smells of booze before coming into the host club and she tries to drink more right then and there. But Erza stops her and drinks the entire bottle.
- The Collector: Has been kidnapping host men for her collection. Including Ichiya for some reason.
- Eyes Always Shut: Most of the time she usually has her eyes closed. Though not opposed to opening them.
- Rich Bitch: Snobby, rude and of course very wealthy. It's implied her upbringing made her that way. Erza gives her a major wake up call though.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: A supposedly nice if clumsy girl. In reality, a devious member of a batch of slave traders.
- Crystal Ball: Uses on to contact Jist at one point.
- Idiot Hair: Has a bit of a hair that stands up on it's own.
- In the Hood: Wears a hooded cloak when revealing her true colors.
- Outgambitted: When the Fairy Girls split up, she and a few other new recruits manage to ambush Lucy and Erza. Sending the latter falling into a cliffside and knocking out Lucy to keep her from summoning her spirits. However Lucy had the foresight to summon Capricorn when she arrived on the island who swiftly knocks out Anelle and her flunkies.
- Squishy Wizard: Admits her group try to do their work without causing fights through incapacitating their targets via viruses, spells or ambushes. As such she doesn't have much combat experience and it comes to bite her in the ass when she herself falls into a trap set by Lucy.
- The Mole: She's really working for a bandit clan slave traders who had their eyes on Mermaid Heel for awhile.
- Mad Bomber: Dabbles in chemistry and uses bombs as his weapons.
- Put Down Your Gun and Step Away: Attempted this with Erza when "Anelle" was holding Lucy hostage and tried to force Erza to inject the virus into herself so he could sell her. Too bad for him, "Anelle" turned out to be Gemini.
- Slavery Is a Special Kind of Evil: Kidnaps women and sells them without remorse.
- Squishy Wizard: Even worse then Anelle, dude doesn't use magic and only kept Erza at bay when who he thought was "Anelle" holding Lucy hostage was really Gemini in disguise to get close to get the serum needed for the virus affecting Mermaid Heel. Once Lucy got it, Erza takes him down in one hit and he quickly surrenders when the other Fairy Girls take care of his flunkies.
- Fat Bastard: Subverted. Bramby was made to be one, but it's proven otherwise when it's revealed Zevis was disguising herself as him.
- Frame-Up: Zevis was hoping to disguise herself as Bramby and steal panties to get him fired. She's foiled due the fact Wendy could recognize her scent.
- Four Eyes, Zero Soul: Zevis is a glasses wearer and has designs on Bramby's job.
- Glamour: Zevis uses this to disguise herself as Bramby for her scheme.
- Panty Thief: Bramby is supposedly one when Wendy catches him in act of stealing a few. But it's later revealed its Zevis in disguise.
- Prim and Proper Bun: Zevis has this as her hairstyle.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: Bramby is the type that goes under innocent until proven guilty. As such he has his doubt that his students are stealing panties. Turns out he's right.
Twin Dragons of Sabertooth
- Easily Forgiven: Despite kidnapping Ichiya, he's more then willing to forgive her
- Gonk: Proclaims herself to be the most beautiful person in the world. But her looks are largely to the contrary.
- No Accounting for Taste: Kidnapped Ichiya because she saw him as someone worthy of her beauty much to the bewilderment of Laxus and his crew.
- Amazon Brigade: All of them are female.
- Ninja: Capricca is dressed like one.
- Shock and Awe: All of them use a form of lighting attack. Carol can absorb them with her staff and redirect it. Capricca uses it in her ninja strikes, Lead can make animal constructs from lighting and Sonnet uses a Unison Raid to pretty much blast her opponents.
- Underestimating Badassery: They oblige Laxus in a one on four fight and do give him some trouble, thinking since they all wield lighting, he can't hurt them. He proves them wrong when he both tanks and overpowers their second Unison Raid attack.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Seems like a nice girl, but later reveals she's a follower of Zeref.
- Fusion Dance: Once of the God of Nightfall armor is unsealed, she allows herself to merge with it to control it's powers.
- Karma Houdini: Downplayed. The armor is destroyed and her plans are thwarted. But the most punishment she gets us repairing all the damage she caused with the threat of being turned over to the Magic Council if she gets out of line.
- Manipulative Bitch: She tricked the entire village thinking that destroying the mirror will help their land prosper. In reality, it was sealing a powerful armor called the God of Nightfall that she wanted to merge with.
- Master of Illusion: The God of Nightfall's power allows her this, showing the victim what they care most to be in danger and prompts them to attack others in trying to defend it.
- Villainous Breakdown: As Laxus and the Thunder Gods start overpowering her, she gets more desperate and negetive power she was controlling starts to go haywire until the God of Nightfall armor is utterly destroyed.
- Big Damn Heroes: Aids Laxus in his fight against the God of Nightfall before he can get overwhelmed.
- Good All Along: Weyse claims his tribe was evil when in reality it's the opposite.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: His magic is meant to power him with each attack to be stronger then his opponent. However his body could only take so much and he hit his limit while fighting Laxus.
- Last of His Kind: He was part of the tribe that had sealed the God of Nightfall away and is the last to look over the mirror keeping him sealed.
- Poor Communication Kills: Inverted. He does clue Laxus in that Weyse is lying but isn't specific to exactly why until she gets her hands on the armor, claiming that the village had forgotten about legend of the God of Nightfall and that his tribe has chose to distance themselves from them.