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The player

  • The Ace: Pick a Life, any Life. You will be better than any newbie has any right to be, and will eventually match the Life's Master and go beyond their skill with the DLC to Deity of the Life. This also has a tendency to snowball, as mastering one Life means you've got the stats to hit the ground running with another profession.
  • Ambadassador: Basically becomes this for Castele in the main story.
  • Actual Pacifist: Can be played deliberately, as all storyline fights have an option to back down and let someone fight in your stead. And once a player starts making friends, they can be brought along as companions and defend the player.
  • Deity of Human Origin: In the DLC, attaining God/Creator Rank in a Life by completing Divinus' challenges is implied to turn you into this based on the way Elmie treats you as an equal if you're a God/Creator-ranked Woodcutter. Gameplay-wise combat/gathering Lives get a stat-boosted Super Mode with a regenerating bar for said Life's Limit Break or a Secret Art for crafting Lives that instantly crafts an item with a high chance of a greater quality item. Becoming God/Creator-ranked in all Lives removes equipment restrictions based on Lives.
  • Hello, [Insert Name Here]
  • Heroic Mime: Keeping in tone with the game, this is relentlessly lampshaded by Flutter being your mouth-piece. The only time the player gets a dialog option, it's three choices of ellipsis.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Flutter/Yuelia if female.
  • Kleptomaniac Hero: The player is encouraged to grab a whole lot of items out in the field or in town. Anything found could be eventually used in a Life.
  • Platonic Life-Partners: With Flutter/Yuelia if male.
  • Purely Aesthetic Gender: Averted with end-game gear, and played straight for the rest of the time. Some of the best armor is female only.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: Or understands them at least.

Your wish has been heard!
A talking butterfly who serves as the player's companion and voice.


Erik Stone
After all, I, Erik, 11th king of Castele, am only the ruler of our entire realm! Sure, let me wait!
The King of Castele. He has the form of a little boy, yet is a grown man with a wife and daughter. Weird.


Castele's queen. She has a sense of mischief and dotes on her husband and daughter.
  • Blow You Away
  • Guys Smash, Girls Shoot: Inverted. Her husband is the magic user on account of his smaller stature, and Ophelia is the melee fighter.
  • Happily Married: To King Erik.
  • Hidden Depths: After spending much of the game a Satellite Character to King Erik, we learn she has the strongest connection to the Elderwood and spirits of nature living there.
  • Kicking Ass in All Her Finery: The DLC makes her a recruitable ally.
  • Lady of War: Ophelia is far and away one of the strongest characters in the game, having been a famous Paladin before her crowning. She saved Erik numerous times during their adventures, while other people are either admiring her strength or want to challenge her.
  • Retired Badass: If you go through the paladin life, you'll find out she used to be one.
  • Spin Attack

Princess Laura Stone

Castele's tomboy princess. She harbors dreams of seeing the world, and often sneaks out on adventures.


The king's personal advisor and researcher. An authority on history and science.
  • Gag Nose: A long pink nose, where most characters' noses are the same color as the rest of their faces.
  • Insufferable Genius
  • Wrong Assumption: Laura mistook him for trying to usurp Erik's throne and kill the Napdragon, while in reality he only tries to protect the dragon from the Doomstone effect.


A friendly landlady who loves to chat with everyone. She always has candy in her pockets.

Pierre and Butch

  • Anime Hair: Pierre.
  • Distracted by the Sexy: The reason why Noelia can easily manipulate Pierre and the reason he is so eager to help Hughes with his Goddess' Airship research is because he fell in love with Leilah.
  • The Dividual
  • Hollywood Genetics: There is about zero chance one would guess they're brothers just by looking at them.
  • Perma-Stubble: Butch
  • Pet the Dog: Butch clearly loves his pet dragon Chompy.
  • Sibling Team
  • Those Two Bad Guys: Downplayed. They come across as those two guys who are always after a get-rich quick scheme, and Pierre cares more about them getting money to eat this week than if the scheme is morally right or wrong.


A mechanic who runs a small garage. He used to be a pilot until he grew too fat to fit in the cockpit.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: Your first encounter with him will be during one of Flutter's "Exploring Castele" requests and a chat much like those had with other shopkeepers. Moving into the log cabin will also make him your next-door neighbor.
  • The Mentor: To Robin.

Port Puerto

Olivia Pescado

Port Puerto's governor, who is drawn to the pirate Life. She's a little rough around the edges.

Andy Pescado

Advisor to his older sister Olivia, the governor of Port Puerto.
  • Anime Hair: It resembles soft serve ice cream. Or a swirling poo.
  • Arbitrarily Large Bank Account: Flutter actually has to talk him out of throwing a several day long party with lots of food to thank the player for what (s)he did in the Port Puerto chapter. He almost considered throwing a year long feast instead. A player going through the Mercenary Life will discover that he's financially supporting Santos, who's a very heavy spender.
  • Blade Spam
  • Brother-Sister Team: Works together with his sister Olivia in running Port Puerto.
  • Child of Two Worlds: Same as his older sister, but he's more comfortable as a noble.
  • Cutscene Incompetence: If you take him along as ally, he will be much more useful than what your first meeting with him would let you think.


The hardworking steward of Port Puerto. Friction between the pirates and aristocrats keeps him busy.


Was once a dastardly pirate from Port Puerto. Recently he seems to be under Olivia's thumb.


A gutsy young pilot from Port Puerto. His dream is to fly higher than anyone has ever flown.
  • Ace Pilot
  • Chekhov's Gunman: He's seen as early as the game's opening animation, but nothing indicates he has any role in the main story until the "next chapter" tease at the end of the Elderwood arc.
  • Implied Love Interest: For Aurora and Noelia, to whom his well-being seems to be quite important.
  • Wrench Whack


A gifted mechanic who has lost his way in Life. He is haunted by memories of the past...


Crankshaft's daughter. As a mechanic, she adores machines. She is also a talented inventor.

Al Maajik

Daemon Hellborn/Damien Helbourne

Al Maajik's Dark Sultan. Each year, droves of would-be heroes attempt to assassinate him.
  • Casting a Shadow
  • Dark Is Not Evil: He is the Dark Sultan of a city renowned for its evil magic. His palace stretches into the sky and wouldn't be out of place in Halloween Town. He sits on a throne that just screams "I'm the bad guy". Then you actually talk to him, and find out that he's basically a young boy just trying to live up to his royal duties, and that Al Majik is hardly more evil than Castele.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: The only people that he knew before the player shows up are his mother, his guardian, his dog, and the heroes absolutely convinced that he's the Big Bad of the continent. Both him and his inner circle have to be taught what the word "friend" even means.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: No matter what version you have, he'll have an intimidating name.
  • Sheltered Aristocrat: The only people that he knew before the player shows up are his mother, his guardian and his dog.
  • Shock and Awe
  • Wacky Parent, Serious Child: In regards to his father. Thank the Goddess for Demona's genes.
  • Young and in Charge: A 15 year-old Dark Sultan.


A mythical beast summoned from the magical realm to protect the Dark Sultan. Loves walkies.


Damien's strict, unforgiving mother. Her dream is for Damien to become a great Dark Sultan.


The stoic and stalwart captain of the Maajiknights. He is actually quite shy and sensitive underneath.
  • Gentle Giant: If you enter the Al Majiik palace at night, you'll find him playing with Damien's dog.
  • Implied Death Threat: An implication of his "I don't want to be friends with you because it may keep me from doing my job correctly." speech. He may be basically telling the player that if (s)he turns out to be a False Friend to Damien, he'll personally make sure (s)he's no longer a threat.
  • Irony: He refuses to become friends with anyone, Damien included, by fear that it will make him less efficient in protecting Damien's life. Which is a sign of how much he cares about Damien.


A skilled Wizard who is Damien's personal aide. A loyal servant of the Dark Sultan dynasty.

Prior/Elder Dark Sultan

Damien's father, who passed the throne to his son. He is enjoying his Life outside of his stone prison.


A would-be hero obsessed with challenging the Dark Sultan in a fight to the death.
  • Absurdly Dedicated Worker: Combined with Ridiculous Procrastinator. His situation after the Al Majiik chapter is a mix of these two tropes. He refuses to go back to Castele without killing Damien, but at the same time just keeps putting off the task because he doesn't feel quite ready yet. It results in him spending day and night right outside the palace while being an available combat ally.
  • Bling of War: He's got a shiny golden suit of armor and gilded gear, so he looks the part of a hero, but...
  • Fake Ultimate Hero: The man's a moron who simultaneously can't work up the courage to face Damien in a fight and has the will to not leave until he does so. He tries to get the player to make the first strike and will cower behind him/her, even if they're a noncombatant who hasn't picked up a weapon once.
  • Foil: To Odin.
  • Glory Hound
  • Lovable Coward: The only ally who will cower in the midst of combat.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: His defense does seem to be higher than his other stats.



An ancient spirit who protects the Elderwood. She can communicate with trees across Reveria.


A sweet forest girl who loves to hear tales of the world from her traveling elder brother Pino.


A servant of the forest who travels the world under the dispensation of the Great Spirit Danuta.

Levitania/Terra Nimbus


A pilot whose whereabouts went unknown for a very long time. He is Crankshaft's old friend.



A species with rich folklore, said to be descended from the ancients who created the world.

Starlight Garden

Todd Divinus

The divine creator of all of Reveria. He has long watched over the people from above.
  • A God I Am Not: Even though he's definitely higher up than normal humans are, he claims that he's not as all-powerful and godlike as most people would like to believe, though he is amused by such thoughts.
  • God Is Good
  • King of All Cosmos: Basically what you'd get if you'd take Santa Claus, made him into a god, gave him an obsession with gardening and made him awkward and easily talked down by his creations.
  • Physical God
  • Winged Humanoid


The goddess who brought the gift of Life. She believes everyone should enjoy their Life.
  • Casting Ashadow
  • Bragging Rights Reward: By the time you can bring her on adventures, you've handled the worst the game has to offer.
  • Deity of Human Origin: Celestia was a normal woman in Reveria's distant past, becoming a messaniac figure after she saved the world through her efforts to unite all living beings. This attracted Divinus' attention, and they fell in love shortly after.
  • Healing Hands
  • Light 'em Up
  • Magic Missile Storm
  • Missing Mom: Celestia vanished before the game starts, and her family has no idea where she went. This only gets averted once the player has gone through the Origin Island's bonus dungeon entirely, whereupon Celestia comes back.
  • Physical God

Yuelia aka Flutter
An unusual young woman unaccustomed to the ways of the world. Often gazes pensively at the sky.
  • Bearer of Bad News: Before she tells the group made out of the player and part of the Castele royal court, she's on of the few to know in how much danger Reveria actually is.
  • Blithe Spirit
  • The Chooser of The One: The player getting involved the parts of the story happening outside Castele is mostly due to her basically saying "Hi, your world is going to disappear if you guys don't do something. And by you guys, I mean [the player].". Her monologues before that point of the story indicate that she was indeed looking for someone for the task.
  • First-Person Peripheral Narrator: Her monologues at the beginning and end of each story chapter are supposed to be happening while the Player Character is sleeping, but make the actual, real life player more aware of what's going on than most in-game characters.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold
  • Healing Hands
  • Holy Hand Grenade
  • Humanity Ensues:She wishes to become human and stay in Reveria at the end of the story.
  • I Never Told You My Name: One of the first things she does while finally appearing to the other main story characters? Calling the player by his/her name.
  • Light 'em Up
  • Light Feminine: To Noelia's Dark Feminine.
  • Magic Missile Storm
  • Morphic Resonance: Flutter tends to be represented in white, yellow or both. She's blonde with a white dress.
  • Mortality Ensues: Gives up her deific status to save the world, hereby becoming a mortal woman. To Yuelia's credit, she takes to it well and still has her powers.
  • Naïve Newcomer
  • Sleep-Mode Size: See Flutter.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: As it turns out, Yuelia doesn't actually like sugar water. She just ate it to keep up her butterfly disguise.

A mysterious young woman who tries to appear older than she is. She seems to be hiding her true feelings.

    Life Guilds and Masters 

Guild Master

The NPC that changes your character's Life.


Monsters and creatures of evil never take a holiday, and neither does the valiant Paladin. With weapon in hand, become a shield of the innocent and the sword of the weak.
General tropes:


Castele's Paladin captain and also the Paladin Master. Admired by his troops, he has a distinctive mustache.


A Paladin who studies a lot, yet acts like a know-it-all. He is quite knowledgable about beasts.


A failed blacksmith that reconverted into a Paladin.

Mr Apfel

  • Trademark Favorite Food: These life challenges that consist of picking fruit from trees mentioned earlier? All given by him.
  • You ALL Look Familiar: Either that or he has an identical twin brother running the Castele weapon shop.



  • Mascot: She's the paladin seen in the opening scene and supplementary material.
  • Spin Attack




Allegiance to none, a soldier to all. You only need your trusty blade and keen skills to get the job done. Oversize claymore totally included!
General tropes:


The aged Mercenary master who has cheated death many times. Knows his glory days are behind him now.


The owner and propietor of the Crown and a former Mercenary. His old buddies are his best customers.


A fainthearted Mercenary who believes that running away is just another type of battle strategy.
  • Arbitrary Skepticism: In the tutorial quest, he says he suspects his father and his friends made up some of their youth stories right after mentioning those about "islands in the sky". Yet he has a job that makes him regularly deal with carrot-like monsters.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: He'll congratulate you for becoming a Hero, but after that his dialogue for that rank will be Visible Silence.
  • Informed Flaw: By the time you are a Master, he claims he hasn't even been able to kill a starter mob in the Grassy Plains, even if you've been taking him on quests.
  • Lovable Coward: He can't handle the weakest monsters in the game.


A Mercenary on dispatch to Mount Snowpeak. Loyal to his leader and a valuable asset in battle.


A former Mercenary, now captain of Port Puerto's elite guard. Recalls his wild youth with nostalgia.
  • I Owe You My Life: He at some point ran out of money and was starving, but Andy decided to pay his expenses.
  • Expy: Of Porthos, despite the fact there is a Paladin named Porthos in Castele.
  • Rich in Dollars, Poor in Sense: His background according to Bard's master dialogue. He can currently afford his lifestyle only because Andy is paying for it all.
  • Stout Strength


A legendary Mercenary who is famed for his bravery. He once fought side-by-side with Cervantes.


Guardian of Cacto Cove's sealed cave. As Miguel's de facto grandchild, she knows her swords.


Let your hunting instincts guide you as you stalk your prey deep in forests or out under the scorching desert sun.
General tropes:


The cool and reserved Master of the Hunters. She also works as guard of Castele's royal gardens.


An incredibly skilled but permanently dozing Hunter. Currently travelling Reveria, he is really Fern's mentor.


Fern's loyal partner. Is sad whenever she's sad and wags his tail like mad whenever she laughs.

Huntin' Pete

A hapless and lazy Hunter who shows a lack of talent. He became a Hunter to impress girls.
  • Break the Haughty
  • Character Development: Gloats a lot less about his skills as a hunter as you rank up and is described by Fern as improving in both skill and attitude.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Talks about himself like he's some sort of Hunting master but Fern and Granny Cotton would disagree. He gets over it as you rank up.

Granny Cotton

Grandmother of the hapless Huntin' Pete. Doles out harsh yet helpful advice.


A talented Hunter, despite also being a member of the aristocracy. Always seen with his faithful dog.


A former Hunter suffering from a broken hear. Often talks about his past spent chasing birds.


Harness the power of the elements to perform a variety of potent healing and attacking spells. Now that's magic!
General Tropes:


She may just look like a cat, but don't be fooled. She is an exceptionally skilled Wizard Master.



A naughty child Wizard with a shy side. Idolises his older Brother.



  • An Ice Person
  • The Klutz: He used to live on Terra Nimbus, but managed to fall off the place when collecting nuts one day.




Arm yourself with your trusty pickaxe, and get ready to rock some rocks! A cornucopia of precious metals lie in wait deep underground. Can you dig it?
General tropes:
  • Bare Your Midriff: Seems to be standard for female work clothes.
  • Non-Human Sidekick: Moles, who have their own intelligence network to find good mining spots for a price.
  • Powerful Pick: Averted for the most part. Pickaxes can only be used to mine rocks and cannot be wielded as weapons by the player, but Rocque uses his as a weapon in battle as does Duglas in DLC content.


The Miner Master. Lacking in social grace, he tries to pass his passion for mining on to his pupils.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: For all his quirks and sieve-like memory, the man has earned his position. His expertise about gems and mining keeps flashing through.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Duglas, depending on whether you're male or female, either keeps messing up his phrases with similar words or keeps forgetting that he's the Master and you're the student. As a DLC companion he'll always look around in confusion after performing a charging attack.
  • Forgetful Jones: He apparently completely forgot about the incident that got him Mistaken for Cheating, to the point that he has no idea what happened to his wedding anniversary gift to Mary. Considering the whole thing happened at The Crown, he may not have been completely sober at the time.
  • High-Class Glass: His hero rank dialogue has him picture the castle as full of people with monocles. Then say he'd like to have one.
  • Mistaken for Cheating: Turns out he'd mistaken Angela for Mary/Ruby.
  • Powerful Pick


Duglas's younger brother. He has always dreams of finding his fortune in Al Maajik.
  • Foreign Culture Fetish: For Al Maajik. He even moves there once the introductory miner's chapter is over.
  • Hypercompetent Sidekick: In comparison to his brother, Rocque is considerably more on the ball. He's basically the only reason for Duglas remembering to both train and promote the player.
  • Mascot: If there's a miner to be found in any supplemental material, odds are it will be him and not Duglas. He's also the miner seen in the opening.
  • Only Sane Man: Spends much of the introductory miner chapter translating Duglas's Spoonerisms and confused statements.
  • Powerful Pick
  • Spin Attack


Duglas' wife.
  • House Wife: Her locations are the clothes line by day and inside her house by night. The tutorial quest however has her decided on getting a divorce when she thinks Duglas is cheating on her.
  • Raven Hair, Ivory Skin: The ivory skin part is downplayed, but her design is very obviously meant to contrast Angela's.


A gem lover from Al Majiik.



Arm yourself with an axe, and take to the forest for that authentic lumberjack Lifestyle. Remember, if you respect nature, nature will respect you!
General tropes:
  • An Axe to Grind: Averted for the most part. Axes can only be used to cut trees and cannot be wielded as weapons by the player, but Orlando uses his as a weapon in battle as does Heyho in DLC content.
  • Everything's Better with Spinning: Most of the Limit Breaks for this Life.
  • Nature Lover: Surprisingly enough, yes. Everyone in the profession stresses to have a healthy respect for the forest, with the actual nature spirits being happy to tutor the player or provide information just to see the lumber used for noble purposes.
  • Non-Human Sidekick: Leafes


The serious and taciturn Woodcutter Master. He loves trees so much, he can't bear to cut them.
  • An Axe to Grind: In DLC Content.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: The spirits scaring him because he overdid woodcutting made him realize that he wasn't taking the thing seriously enough and quit as a result.
  • My Greatest Failure: Was previously blessed by the spirits for his skills, but was too drunk on power and can't bring himself to cut another tree after he saw what he did.
  • Spin Attack


A gentle, nature-loving girl who respects her father. Her knowledge of the forest and trees is vast.
  • Flower in Her Hair: Wears a wreath of flowers like a headband, corresponding with the fact she's a gentle, feminine, nature-lover.
  • Improvised Weapon: Throws rocks at monsters.


A skilled Woodcutter who lives in the forest. Old pals with Heyho, he dreams of meeting the Forest Lady.
  • Mascot: He's the woodcutter seen in the opening scene and supplementary material.
  • Punny Name





Grab your trusty fishing rod, and traverse the land in search of fishing spots! Fishing may seem like an easy job, but if you come home empty handed, you'll be going to sleep hungry.
General tropes:
  • Animal Motif: Fish. Many anglers wear hoods that look like fish, and several characters in the Life have fish-related names.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Allies wield fishing rods in combat.
  • Non-Human Sidekick: Cats. They also have their own organization, the Bean Paw Squad, dedicated to finding the best fishing spots. Naturally this effort is so they can feast on fish.

Fisherman Sage

The Angler Master is an excellent fisherman. In his youth he was a traveler, but now he's retired.



A pretty girl and the toast of the Anglers' Association. She sees Guppy as a little brother.


A cat with an expansive knowledge of fish. If you are an Angler, purr-haps it will chat with you.





Become a gourmet Cook, and entice even the king with the heavenly taste of your signature dishes! Spice up your Life with, um... condiments!
General Tropes:


The always-hungry Cook Master. His motto is: "Never let a dish go cold, unless it's sushi."
  • Big Eater
  • Fainting: Alfredo has an unfortunate tendency to faint when too excited. This knocks him out cold during the Cook tutorial quest upon learning that King Erik is paying attention to his Bistro. He even does this in the midst of combat as a DLC ally.
  • Having a Blast: His one attack as an ally is to spontaneously explode followed by him Fainting for a few seconds.
  • Healing Hands: Maybe. It's more likely that his cooking simply has the same effect as other allies' healing spells.
  • Status Buff: Most allies are capable of this but he's unique for boosting multiple stats at the same time and he will do this constantly.
  • Supreme Chef: Before the player comes along, him and Sizzle are the only chefs working at the restaurant. There are absolutely no complaints about the serving times or the quality, and Sizzle is technically Alfredo's student.


A young waiter at Alfredo's Bistro. A kindhearted yet somewhat doleful youth.


The Royal Cook who makes dishes exclusively for the royal family of Castele. A dessert wiz.



Mary Anne

  • Child Prodigy: She's the personal chef to a very rich man and will offer cooking challenges to you after you've ranked up enough as a chef.
  • Improbable Age: There are kids her age in other guilds, but they are either studying the theoretical part of magic due to being too young to practice or using a slingshot due to being too young to use a bow.
  • You ALL Look Familiar: Has the same model as a little girl playing in the Port Puerto park.



What would a Paladin do without a sword, or a Miner without a pickaxe? Blacksmiths are simply indispensable in every form! Forge the finest tools, weapons, and armor!
General Tropes:
  • Item Crafting: Blacksmiths handle creating weapons and armor for Paladins and Mercenaries, tools for themselves and the other crafting classes, along with refining metal ore into useful ingots.


The Blacksmith Master, who is strict on both himself and others. He believes in the value of hard work.


A laid-back, music-loving Blacksmith. She loves the sound of her hammer on steel. Also Vulcan's daughter.

Steele/Legendary Ironsmith

  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Due to the Legendary Ironsmith's dialogue evolving with the player's life advancement while Steele's stays the same, he'll reach a point where he's complaining about Ignatius as Steele but has much kinder words for him as the Legendary Ironsmith.
  • Offscreen Teleportation: His daytime location is Mount Snowpeak while his nightime location is his home. Every other NPC besides him that changes place between day and night stays in the same town.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: They share very characteristic facial hair and Steele's hat is very obviously a rolled-up version of the Ironsmith's stocking mask.


  • Improvised Weapon: Throws rocks at monsters.
  • The Unfavorite: Steele being hung up on getting Ignatius back into the forge despite the fact that she's a decent blacksmith herself makes her feel like this.


See in Paladins



Weapons and armor of steel and alchemical elixirs? No, yours is a more practical craft. What good is a Paladin if she has no bed to sleep in? All other crafts rest on the product of your skills. Literally.
General Tropes:
  • Drop the Hammer: As allies.
  • Item Crafting: Carpenters make weapons for Hunters and Wizards, rods for Anglers, saws for themselves, processed wood for creating tools, and furniture for everyone.
  • Non-Human Sidekick: The last three beavers in Reveria.


The talented yet timid Carpenter who lacks leadership quantities.


A Carpenter in training who admires Woody. He loves sweets and helping others.


The legendary furniture-crafting Carpenter. He left on a long trip and hasn't returned since.
  • Stealth Mentor: Briefly becomes this to Woody during the tutorial quest, giving him advice from somewhere where he can be heard but not seen.
  • Tough Love: He left Castele in hope that it would help Woody grow a spine, as he tended to rely on him too much when he was around.


Woody's younger sister.



Fashion. Everyone wants it, but few can truly *get* it. You can double-stitch your way to the center of any fashionista's wardrobe. And you look FAB-U-LOUS doing it!
General Tropes:
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: Making clothing may not seem particularly relevant, but being able to create clothing with skill boosts, magic robes, cloth-based armor, and really awesome curtains is a indispensable service.
  • Item Crafting: Tailors are responsible for creating clothing, armor for Hunters and Wizards, cloth and thread for the craftsman's more complicated furniture, and rugs and wallpaper for houses.
  • Textile Work Is Feminine: Lampshaded by an ruffian NPC outside the industrial building. He's considering taking tailoring as a Life, but demands you don't laugh at him.

Madam Purl

The kind and serene Tailor Master. She loves to watch her pupils advance under her tutelage.


Madam Purl's assistant.
  • Bad Liar: He can't lie to save his life. Especially when he says it's most definitely not him.
  • You ALL Look Familiar: All the generic plushlings look like him.


Charismatic sales clerk at the Castele Fashion Boutique. Devoted to fashion. She also has a twin sister.
  • Love at First Sight: Towards Chic.
  • Meaningful Name: Zippy's name comes from a zipper, a common fastening found on clothing.
  • You ALL Look Familiar: Pick who of the following is supposed to be her twin sister: the girl behind the counter in Castele Fashion Boutique (most likely), the waitress at the Appleseed Café, the waitress at Alfredo's Bistro or the waitress at The Crown.


Lives in Al Majiik and loves stuffed animals.
  • Creepy Doll: He keeps making allusions to how the dolls in the Al Majikk workshop come alive at night. He also gives you the Big Bunny Plushie pattern, the description of which tries to incite a little Paranoia Fuel about how the Bunny is watching you.
  • You ALL Look Familiar: The plushlings that can be found in the Starlight Garden after the story ends look like him.


The tailor from Port Puerto who's housesitting for Madam Purl.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Throws paper airplanes at monsters.
  • Love Interest: For Zippy.
  • Oblivious Mockery: After you become a master, his hat magically becomes an identical one that was present from Zippy. He then says that at least it wasn't something ugly like a Shark Cap. Earlier, the Excuse Plot for the player to end up with the Shark Cap recipe is that Zippy wanted to make one for him. Though he also says that he would have worn a Shark Cap anyway if Zippy had given it to him.




It's not magic, I say! No, not a scam either! Alchemists can really turn weeds and the like into usable items!
General Tropes:
  • Item Crafting: Healing and magic potions, bombs of varying sizes and purposes, and accessories like glasses and necklaces.
  • Standard RPG Items: Being an Alchemist means you're the one making all those health and mana potions chugged by adventurers!
  • Throw Down the Bomblet: All alchemist allies use explosives in combat. You can craft bombs of your own though you can't throw them.


The disaster-prone Alchemist Master, who often blows himself up with his own experiments.


A genius parrot who became an expert on alchemy by observing Flamel's experiments.


An alchemist with a passion for making accessories. Sees herself as matchmaker for star-crossed lovers.
  • Mascot: She's the alchemist seen in the opening scene and supplementary material.
  • Meaningful Name: Fizz's name comes from the onomatopoeic verb to fizz, meaning to bubble.


  • Born Unlucky: The tutorial quest consists of making him a good luck charm. The charm turns out to be one that aborbs the person's bad luck, but explodes when it gets full. He hardly manages to make it to his love interest's place before it explodes.


Improbable Weapon User: Throws paper airplanes at enemies as an ally.

Professor Snooze




Miss Florina

Gladstone Stone

The prior king of Castele and a true nature lover. He likes a laid back Life and rarely goes to town.
  • Miniature Senior Citizen: He's about the same size as his son who actually got changed into a child.
  • Naked People Are Funny: It's hidden by his long beard most of the time, but two of his scenes have him turn his back to the screen.
  • Renaissance Man: He's a Legendary Paladin, and is a Master of all the other Lives.

Tome of Shadows

    Origin Island DLC 


A mysterious Dogu doll that has come to Life. It cannot speak well yet manages to communicate.


A Shrine Maiden at the island shrine. Grandchild of the Spring Elder.

Spring Elder

The Island Elder who loves hot springs more than anything else. Tends to boil over when he's angry.


The leader of the island warriors. Was raised with Grace as if they were siblings.


The proprietress of the hot springs on Origin Island. Hmm. Doesn't she remind you of someone?


A girl Furlin who is friends with Grace. Is proud of the fact that she is stronger than any boy Furlin.


An elderly man on an adventure around the world, searching for his dream. Tough to keep accurate tabs on.
  • Irony: His dream to find Lunares coins is so important to him that he doesn't want to see his granddaughter Pam because she'll send him on errands instead. This is the most reliable method of getting Lunares coins.
  • Pam, I Am Your Grandfather
  • The Red Baron: The Eternal Traveler.

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