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     Lost Lands 

Aidan Stavros

Played By: RedMageCole
Class: Mage
A scholar and mage-in-training born in Emries. He moved to Opus for his own personal reasons where he trained in secret, before lending his abilities to the army.

Alwine Siekert

Played By: Chevaleresse
Class: Knight
A veteran soldier assigned to the party after being severely injured in a bandit attack, in order to provide her with a chance to recover and them with her valuable experience.

  • Boobs of Steel: One of the larger and most physically powerful of the cast members. Jokes have been made about her having literal breasts of steel and using them to deflect attacks.
  • Boisterous Bruiser: Alwine is loud, rough, and quite friendly.
  • Draw Aggro: Her Guard skill allows her to do this, intercepting attacks for a teammate.
  • Expy: Heavily based on Reinhardt.
  • Handicapped Badass: Alwine is missing an eye but still just as capable as her younger teammates.
  • Mighty Glacier: Alwine has high Strength, Defense, Skill, and good Resistance for her class, but abysmal Speed alongside naturally lower movement, befitting her Knight class.

Anea

Played By: Ragnarok97071
Class: Maid

  • The Medic: Naturally, as the only player character with Staff proficiency

Beatrix Ena

Played By: rokubiraijuu
Class: Shaman

Bradwr

Played By: swordstar
Class: Cavalier

Cassidy Witwicket

Played By: Raindrop Valkyrie
Class: Thief

Johan Hammerhand

Played By: ElfCollaborator
Class: Bard
A Kahlese warrior from the mountains. He has a grudge against Pax and tags along with the party to get into fights with them.

  • Badass Beard: Sports a big, bushy beard to go with his boisterous, violent personality.
  • Berserk Button: Anything or anyone to do with the Pax.
  • Blood Knight: Loves to fight or tag along with people who are about to fight. Especially if they're fighting the Pax.
  • Fantastic Racism: Hates the Pax for invading his country constantly.
  • Heroic Build: Most of his physical description revolves around his size and sheer musculature. The other part is his beard.
  • Irony: Despite being the most physically violent and muscled member of the party, Johan is a Bard and unable to even use physical attacks, something Alwine lampshades.
  • Horny Vikings: All but explicitly said to be one, even more so when he sings about Odin and pillaging villages.
  • Odd Friendship: With Aidan, a shy, bookish mage to Johan's boisterous, giant Blood Knight.
  • Red Baron: It's implied that "Hammerhand" is a nickname bestowed upon him. Also, 'Hammer of the Geats'.
  • Shout-Out: His Personal Skills are themed around Blind Guardian, specifically Battlefield.
    • Johan himself is named (and his physical appearance based on) after the lead singer of Amon Amarth.
    • Some of the songs he's sung are songs from Sabaton, as well as the aforementioned bands.
  • Younger Than They Look: Johan is mentioned to only be in his late thirties despite his appearance resembling Athos. Must be the Badass Beard that ages him.

Shiro Mizukara

Played By: Code: PIRULUK
Class: Soldier

Lysander Alwin

Played By: Caleocek
Class: Mercenary

Marl Denuvic

Played By: Unlurking Sentinel
Class: Archer

Tsidin Ipa

Played By: Stratos
Class: Wyvern Rider

Yuel Theresea

Played By: Zetaark
Class: Nun
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Argos von Bodin

Played By: EXLink32
Class: Mercenary

  • Hot-Blooded: Leaps into battle, declaring himself to be the 'Invoker of Mayhem'.
  • The Von Trope Family: His name, Argos von Bodin, includes the "von".
  • Everything'sBetterWithSpinning: Many of Argos' attack either start or end with him spinning his huge sword like a pinwheel. This is true for his battle poses and victory poses
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: With his armor he only has a palindrome on his left shoulder.

Ceridwen Rhydderch

Played By: Powder Miner
Class: Wyvern Rider

Dulcibella Mauro

Played By: Sentient Bowtie
Class: Bow Knight

  • Apologetic Attacker: Dulcie says she's sorry to an enemy fighter before attacking (during a training exercise, but still). She lands a critical hit that smacks his axe into his forehead and knocks him out... by accident.
  • Cool Horse: Her trusty steed, Spirit.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: Dulcie's portrait and amazingly detailed full art have her wearing a metal pauldron on her right shoulder and a cloak slung over her left.
  • Friendly Sniper: Very much so. Dulcie is kind, sociable, and friendly to her allies.
  • Genki Girl: Always happy and excited to be with the Allied Guard, even in the middle of active combat. Also represented as one of her personal skills which grants an Attack Speed bonus when she's at full health.
  • Hit-and-Run Tactics: The defining trait of all mounted units, but especially the Bow Knight; their unique class skill grants them 2 extra movement points after attacking an enemy.
  • Horse Archer: Natch, being that she's a Bow Knight.
  • Power-Up Mount: Having reaching First Class, Dulcie is able to ride her horse Spirit on the battlefield.

Fallon Vaer

Played By: krim
Class: Shaman

Kerr

Played By: swordstar
Class: Soldier

Kris

Played By: rustytengo
Class: Scavenger
  • Companion Cube: Of a sort. Kris claims to be able to speak to weapons, and tends to say rather unsettling things without realizing it.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: In addition to the above, she seems to have fairly little sense of just how strange her mannerisms are to other people.
  • Do Not Call Me "Paul": Her real name is Christiana Delarosa, but she prefers to be called Kris.
  • Casual Danger Dialogue: In the midst of the battle in Chapter 1, Kris interrupts to jokingly accuse Rhian and Argos of flirting, to the great displeasure of the former and awkwardness of the latter.

Michi Wilhelm / Michaela Adler von Wilhelm

Played By: ElfCollaborator
Class: Mage

  • Ambiguous Gender: Has only been referred to with third-person pronouns so far, and their armor obscures their appearance. Even their name is no help; Michi is a Germanic diminutive for either Michael or Michaela. It's short for Michaela.
  • Armor Is Useless: Despite their large suit of armor, their Defense growth is low.
  • Berserk Button: Damaging Michi's armor, which was a family heirloom, is one that gets Michi to drop the Nice Guy act and immediately attempt to erase Milich from existence.
  • Dramatic Unmask: Michi pulls this off after their helmet is damaged during the fight with Milich.
  • Helmets Are Hardly Heroic: Averted, Michi is a perfectly pleasant person who wears a face-obscuring helmet.
  • Meganekko: Beneath her helmet, she wears a set of thin, golden glasses, and Michaela is fairly attractive.
  • Hot-Blooded: Less so than Argos, but Michi does put passion in their work.
  • Nice Guy: Is a generally kind, welcoming person, even tolerating Rhian's Jerkass attitude towards them. They're also infuriated by people attacking and constantly downing Argos.
  • Samus Is a Girl: Michi is short for Michaela and she reveals that she is a woman upon attacking Milich.
  • Statuesque Stunner: Michi is very tall and fairly attractive beneath that helmet.

Naomi

Played By: Pyon
Class: Ascetic

Rhian Jernigan

Played By: Chevaleresse
Class: Archer

  • Archer Archetype: Aloof, only gives the time of day to those who they respect, and a talented archer.
  • Critical Hit Class: Rhian's character skill is Wrath and her Personal Flaw lowers her health after each combat. Cue One-Hit Kill(s.)
  • Critical Status Buff: The aforementioned Wrath, boasting an impressive 30% increase in critical rate when the user is below a certain HP threshold.
  • Expy: Of Mordred.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Easily angered, as if the Wrath skill wasn't enough of a hint. Particularly dislikes being flirted at.
  • Jerkass: A moody, irritable girl who thinks very little of the group. This puts them in direct conflict with Michi and Ceridwen.
  • Tomboy: Invoked.

Clement May

Played By: Red Mage Cole
Class: Troubadour

  • Scrappy Mechanic: Clement's personal flaw triggers his violent attitude and forces him to attack an enemy if he is within three spaces of three enemies; as the party's (currently) only healer, this is a frustrating flaw to work around.

Seymour Corrogo

Played By: The Nonexistent Tazz
Class: Fighter

Verden

Played By: BlueCalibri
Class: Priest

NPCs

Johanna Levenheit

Class: Wyvern Rider
     Mortal Transgressions 

Justine Wagner / "Minstrel"

Played By: Chevaleresse
Class: Dancer

  • Bi the Way: Though Justine prefers girls (and her current focus is the Queen of Ceda), she can go with either gender.
  • Expy: Is one to Julie d'Aubigny, a bisexual, adventurous sword-wielding performer who lives life to the fullest. Given the song that she is a Shout-Out to, she is also this to Tristan.
  • Fire-Forged Friends: With Arthur, due to their initial interaction being him very nearly actually setting her on fire, causing them to progress to stargazing together on the roof once Arthur apologized for his actions.
  • Love Before First Sight: Towards Queen Stella of Ceda, hearing of her gentleness and kindness.
  • The Tease: Loves teasing her team members, especially Ferdiad and Lizaveta.
  • Serial Romeo: And her latest target is Queen Stella of Ceda.
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: Has absolutely no shame in regards to making passes at or flirting with whoever she damn well pleases.
  • Shout-Out: She is this to the Blind Guardian song The Maiden and Minstrel Knight.
  • Wandering Minstrel: In keeping with her role, she spent much time travelling before joining Virtuous.

Lenore Snicket / "Mink"

Played By: ElfCollaborator
Class: Thief

  • Con Man: One of the few bonafide criminals in the crew, with a long career of robbing the rich of Perus blind.
  • Con Men Hate Guns: Well, swords, but Lenore prefers non-violent solutions, most of her cons do not involve threats of violence and she tends to avoid violence as much as she can, to the extent that her Personal Fault actually makes it more difficult for her to finish off an opponent. This being a Fire Emblem game, she understandably isn't very successful.
  • Expy: A female version of Neal Caffrey. Lenore is even specifically skilled in art forgery and a Renaissance Man among thieves. She also shares his Non-Action Guy tendencies.
  • Foil: To Kane, the leader of Virtuous. Although both Lenore and Kane are crafty, experienced rogues, Lenore prefers non-violent, stealthy approaches, having made her career as a Classy Cat-Burglar and through being The Charmer, whereas Kane, having been an experienced spy first, is perfectly willing to get his hands dirty and is comfortable with using violence and generally 'loud' attacks to further Virtuous' aims. Where Kane wears a flashy mask to intimidate their targets in the first map, Lenore prefers a simple mask to hide her identity first. This even presents itself in their choice of codenames; phoenixes are fictional creatures commonly associated with fire and flashy rebirths, minks are real animals and sleek, agile hunters who are semiaquatic.
  • Karmic Thief: Downplayed; Lenore's cons consist of stealing the wealth of rich, corrupt noblemen. She DOES give a fair bit away to the poor people of Perus, but keeps quite a fair bit for herself. This distinguishes her from Lysander, who is Just Like Robin Hood and gives most of his take away.
  • Loveable Rogue: A genuinely affable con artist who cares for the party's members and tries to keep them together.
  • Meaningful Name: Minks are often used for their soft fur for luxury clothing, and Lenore specialises in defrauding nobles through socialising at high-class events with them, insinuating herself into the highest echelons of society.
  • Not in This for Your Revolution: Lenore mentions that she isn't too invested in Virtuous' goals, but has personal loyalty to Kane and will follow him wherever he goes for the oppportuity of working with him.
  • Odd Friendship: With Kane; though Kane is a Well-Intentioned Extremist and believes I Did What I Had to Do about killing, something Lenore disagrees with, Lenore is otherwise generally affable and respectful to Kane and vice versa.
  • Only Sane Man: Due to her experience as a Con Man, Lenore is the only person with serious experience committing crimes among the group (outside of former spy Kane) and so takes very poorly to Lizaveta, Arthur and Mim squabbling.
  • Pay Evil unto Evil: Her modus operandi involves conning the (corrupt, cruel and evil) noblemen of Perus, shared with Lysander.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: Part of the reason she avoids killing; the other half is Everyone Has Standards. This is also part of the reason she gives away much of her take to the poor (in order to make it harder to track down her ill-gotten riches and make her popular with potential witnesses); the other half being her genuine care for the poor and disgust for the rich.
  • Reluctant Warrior: Lenore does NOT like killing people. However, this does not mean she will not defend herself if necessary and it's implied she's killed before to defend herself.
    • Lenore also later admits that her approach requires days of research to find the vulnerable parts of a mark, as opposed to Kane's approach.
  • Shout-Out: Like Justine, her Personal Skills are this to a song, being based on Michael Jackson's Bad.
  • Sour Supporter: Downplayed: Lenore generallly remains affable and cordial with Kane and her fellow members of Virtuous, but Lenore doesn't hide her opinions either on Virtuous' goals or when Kane doesn't do his job right.

Ferdiad Domniann / "Knight"

Played By: rokubiraijuu
Class: Cavalier

Shin Surutaro / "Ficus"

Played By: Shauntaro
Class: Nomad

  • Amnesiac Hero: Shin has barely any recollection of his origins and early life, if at all. He only retains knowledge of his name and skills that are akin to muscle memory. Even Ceda being his place of origin was fabricated by him for convenience.
  • Bad Dreams: The reason for his insomnia.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: Despite his appearance, Shin is implied to be exceptionally skilled at various things, such as foraging/scavenging, constructing makeshift tools, weapons and contraptions from scratch, as well as painting and crafting, even being capable of fending off a group of bandits alone while coming out unharmed during his brief duties as a guard. He only appears unkempt as he is due to the fact that he sees no reason or motivation to take care of himself.
  • Butt-Monkey: Was doomed to this fate from the very start; his code name is arguably the most ridiculous of the bunch and his history literally has him joining the Ceda guard under the qualification that he was 'good enough', the way he joined Virtuous was essentially Kane pitying him until Shin decided to follow him around, causing Kane to reluctantly allow him in. Halfway through the prologue, Baldur's distaste for Shin was made bluntly apparent once he had to heal him, and it became a running joke since then. Out of character, Shin is also the brunt of many jokes made, with Baldur (and occasionally Tabitha or Arthur) being the main aggressor. Poor guy; at least he has some people who respect him in Virtuous... to a degree.
  • Cowardly Lion: While Shin is known to be easily shoved around within Virtuous and having a generally nervous disposition, he is able to find it in him to rise up and fight when the situation calls for it.
  • Expy: Is this to Leonardo Watch with similar tropes in being the Butt-Monkey and Cowardly Lion. Shin's third personal skill, 'Eye Opener', is also a Shout-Out to his 'All Seeing Eye of the Gods' ability.
    • Is also one to Shintaro Kisaragi with his name being a dead giveaway. (Shin couldn't afford an original name, it seems...) Both of them have No Social Skills along with themes of memory complications ..as well as also being another butt monkey.
  • Extreme Doormat: Shin is pretty much the group pushover, no trace of self-confidence can be seen from him when interacting with the other members of Virtuous. He doesn't make any effort to stand up for himself when insulted or berated by them either, like instances with Baldur and Arthur, and even physical assault from Tabitha upon their first meeting.
  • Fragile Speedster: Subverted Trope. Shin was intended to boast high agility at the cost of defense, but as luck would have it, Strength and HP never failed to grow with every level he got up to the end of Chapter 1, All while his Speed stat never increasing once.
  • Friendless Background: While he clearly doesn't remember anyone from his past, Shin had no companions or friends in his amnesiac years before meeting Kane and 'joining' Virtuous.
  • Heroic Self-Deprecation: He instinctively dismisses praise or signs of admiration for his accomplishments, despite genuinely deserving them at times. An example of this would be when Mim compliments him on his archery skills in battle, only to for him brush it off instantly.
  • The Insomniac
  • It's All My Fault: He feels deeply guilty and responsible for Lizaveta getting assaulted by Baldur, as well as causing discord within the majority of Virtuous, if not all by the end of Chapter 1.
  • Mr. Vice Guy: Despite his unmotivated, somewhat stubborn, lazy and unkempt demeanor, Shin has a gentle and pleasant personality.
  • No Social Skills: Shin is probably the one who stutters the most out of everyone when speaking, not knowing how to handle compliments, or accept acts of kindness normally. (Though this reduces as he warms up to the person he is talking to.)
  • Plant Theme Naming: An extremely unusual example, but self-explanatory nonetheless.
  • Shout-Out: His personal flaw 'Focal Contamination', is a reference to a term used in Super Dangan Ronpa 2, When Hajime Hinata falls into despair in the Chapter 6 trial, causing the game's UI to break.
    • Shin's unit promotion quote: 'I thought that all was lost, but it turns out I could do just fine..' is a direct reference to lyrics from the song 'Hello, World!' by Bump of Chicken.
  • What's Up, King Dude?: Shin's first interaction and reaction to Queen Stella was... not knowing she was the queen, or even knowing Ceda had a queen, and excitedly calling out about her castle and attempting to give her a handshake. Then afterwards, referring to her as 'Mrs. Queen'.
  • When He Smiles: The pleasant and warm interactions with Mim gave him this for the first time that he can recall.
  • Wistful Amnesia: With his already mentioned amnesiac status, Shin displays signs of desperation in reclaiming his lost memories as well as the toll that longing takes on him.
    • Abstract and vague sketches are scattered about Shin's room that are his desperate attempts in trying to piece together his recurring nightmares as an 'only hope'.
    • He is also prone to having brief headaches when any information he receives stirs up any bits of his sealed away past.

Lizaveta Medvedeva / "Scarlet"

Played By: Powder Miner
Class: Scholar

  • Dirty Communists: Subverted, as Liza is at the very least an Anti-Hero due to her association with Virtuous.
  • Expy: Of Vladimir Lenin.
  • Meganekko
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Tends to deliver quite a few of these; most notably in Chapter 1 where she delivered one to Arthur, and another one to Baldur that resulted in her getting punched.
  • These Hands Have Killed: Like Ferdiad and Lenore, has misgivings about killing. Unlike Ferdiad or Lenore, she hasn't actually killed anyone before, leading to some issues with her after she kills for the first time.

Baldur Anton / "Orchid"

Played By: EXLink32
Class: Butler

  • Battle Butler: His class is butler
  • Bishōnen
  • Combat Medic: He has access to both healing staves and knives.
  • Crosses the Line Twice: Baldur punching Lizaveta in Chapter 1 was a shocking moment for most characters, resulting in a pretty hard shift in character's opinions of Baldur and making some of the prison crew a bit reluctant to join Virtuous. Ever since then, however, Baldur punching Lizaveta has become a frequently laughed at meme out of character, and has even expanded OOC to Baldur punching other victims such as Shin, women in general, and his own creator.
  • Fisticuff-Provoking Comment: Lizaveta's speech to him in Chapter 1 resulted in him delivering a hard punch.
  • Jerkass: Nobody was happy with him when he punched Lizaveta; even Arthur was quite disturbed.
  • Knife Nut: Baldur's preferred weapon of choice
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Baldur is either super warm and friendly to people (Ferdiad & Kane) or really cold and distant to people. (Shin & Lizaveta)
  • Supreme Chef: Baldur is a master with a knife in more than just killing folks. He can make killer dishes with even the most simple of ingredients
  • Good Is Not Soft: Baldur is generally a nice guy, but this does not extend to his enemies since he will do whatever is necessary to stop the villains.
  • Vigilante Man: Baldur will not hesitate and actually prefers killing the vile men and women of this world. Sometimes the only way to enact justice for those who control justice is through death.

Cecily Wagner / "Dragon"

Played By: Twinwolf
Class: Wyvern Rider

Tabitha Bellmonte / "Rose"

Played By: Flannelmagician
Class: Sister

  • Kill It with Fire: The reason for her imprisonment; burning down a brothel with the owner inside.

Mim Rhedan / "Snowbird"

Played By: swordstar
Class: Apothecary

  • Great Bow: Mim's bow of choice, to hilarious results due to her small size.

Fey Rasparola / "Golden Eye"

Played By: Zetaark
Class: Pirate

Reiko Masuda / "Thistle"

Played By: blasbo
Class: Myrmidon

  • Revenge: Reiko's main motivation, as well as her Character Skill.
  • You Killed My Father: Reiko's desire for revenge lies with finding her father's murderer.

Lysander Hale Darby / "Marvel"

Played By: Pyon Pyon Kyuu
Class: Mage

Hinabe / "Talapoin"

Played By: Unlurking Sentinel
Class: Ascetic

NPCs

Kane Kirioth / "Phoenix"

Class: Spy

  • Alliterative Name
  • Bishōnen
  • Expy: While occasionally compared to Joker, Kane is mostly based off of Bruno Bucciarati, with more deliberate references going to his third Personal Skill named Sticky Fingers, as well as his headband having a similar design to Bucciarati's head accessories. His design was also given a zipper for this reason.
  • A Father to His Men: Geniuinely cares for Virtuous' wellbeing, mental and physical, and only wants them to engage in as much brutality as is necessary for the goals of Virtuous.
  • Foil: To Lenore. Although both Lenore and Kane are crafty, experienced rogues, Lenore prefers non-violent, stealthy approaches, having made her career as a Classy Cat-Burglar and through being The Charmer, whereas Kane, having been an experienced spy first, is perfectly willing to get his hands dirty and is comfortable with using violence and generally 'loud' attacks to further Virtuous' aims. Where Kane wears a flashy mask to intimidate their targets in the first map, Lenore prefers a simple mask to hide her identity first. This even presents itself in their choice of codenames; phoenixes are commonly associated with fire and flashy rebirths, minks are sleek, agile hunters who are semiaquatic.
  • Knife Nut: His choice of weapon.
  • The Leader: A mixture of both the Mastermind type and the Charismatic type.
  • Name of Cain: Well, Kane, but he is certainly an Anti-Hero in charge of other antiheroic invidiuals.
  • Noble Male, Roguish Male: Has this dynamic with Ferdiad with himself as the Roguish Male.
  • Odd Friendship: With Lenore; Lenore is a Reluctant Warrior who disagrees with Kane's methods and prefers non-violent solutions, but the two of them are otherwise friendly and respectful to one another. Lenore even flirts with him a few times.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He takes Ferdiad and Lenore's concerns into account and generally watches out for his men, preferring them to only engage in distasteful actions when absolutely necessary.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Despite his aim of ending the tyranny that has rocked the continent, remember that much of that involves murdering corrupt nobles to Make an Example of Them and breaking out criminals (granted, who were likely victims of a Miscarriage of Justice).

Arthur Engarde / "Crimson"

Class: Tactician

  • Berserk Button: Justine's teasing comment toward him mid-Chapter 1 about kissing the girl he was dancing with prompted a brief, yet serious, reaction from him enough to begin making the other Virtuous members see him as a threat.
  • Can't Take Criticism: Simeon, Lizaveta and Hinabe were the main ones telling Arthur to calm down about Justine's comment without threatening him, yet Arthur didn't react with more than a groan and turning away, before continuing to do what he has been doing whenever angered again. Recently, however, he has begun to try to calm his own anger.
  • Captain Obvious Reveal: Many of the players, including EXLink32 before getting information on him, already figured out Arthur was the missing Prince of Ria due to him being found in Perus, being from Ria and having an attitude that went above and beyond what Ria's wrathful people were known for.
  • Enraged by Idiocy: Shin's comment after Justine's teasing comment toward him came out of nowhere and made so little sense to Arthur that it made him begin his rage spiral anew before passing it off to Lizaveta.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Anything can set him off, even just someone showing up. Granted, he has been cooped up in prison, but seriously.
  • Jerkass: Teetered on the edge of this for a while since his initial introduction, but didn't truly become unlikable until he snapped at Virtuous for their late arrival, and Justine's comment escalating it further.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: His first appearances were just him constantly berating everyone and insisting they stay as far away from him as possible, but he showed a slightly warmer side once Mim initiated a conversation with him despite his aura that yelled 'go away', while also showing a willingness to apologize for his actions toward Justine after witnessing Baldur punching Lizaveta. Just in general, once he was out of prison, he was shown to be a significantly softer person, though he still has his moments of unpleasantness.
  • No Name Given: Was only known as Crimson until the end of Chapter 1 where his name was revealed.
  • Rant-Inducing Slight: Justine's lighthearted quip set Arthur off on a threatening rage, due to his previous issues with romance.
  • Rebel Prince: Actively loathes his father and refuses to inherit his legacy.
  • Red Is Violent
  • Royal Blood: Is the Prince of Ria, marked by a red crest shaped like a horse's face on his right shoulder.
  • Tame His Anger: Essentially everyone after Justine's comment, some more aggressively than others.
     Excalibur 

Excalibur Glacius

Blodeuyn

Played By: rustytengo
Class: Scholar
  • Black Magician Girl: Blodeuyn uses dark magic, to begin with, but will gain the use of all kinds as the game goes on.
  • Squishy Wizard: Blodeuyn is a mage with low defensive growths except for resistance. She is very squishy.
  • Merlin and Nimue: Minus the betrayal and other things. Blodeuyn is an apprentice of Merlin(this games version of him) and is quite a bit younger him.
  • Robe and Wizard Hat: Well she has a robe or at least a cloak and really wants to steal Vivianns hat from her to complete the look.

Candide Durant

Played By: Powder Miner
Class: Bard

Gwyn Maeleachlainn

Played By: Chevaleresse
Class: Wyvern Rider

  • Beware the Silly Ones: Gwyn is friendly and none too bright, and their build mostly focuses around tanking hits, but they also have a high Skill growth and wield axes, making them potentially capable of landing devastating critical strikes.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Tends towards their fae side, behaviorally, which is to say they're rather strange.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: A half-fae, of a sort.
  • Healing Factor: Gwyn's character skill, Imbue, heals them based on their Magic score every turn. This regeneration also explains how Gwyn is still alive.
  • Kindhearted Simpleton: Gwyn is playful and kind, and denser than the average brick.

Mercia Erwood

Played By: RedMageCole
Class: Nun

  • Bodyguarding a Badass: Loyal to Rosanne and vows to protect her, though Rosanne is considerably stronger than Mercia through wielding Excalibur Glacius.
  • Conflicting Loyalty: Challenged with her sister Owena being on the other side, being strongly against the Pendragons.
  • Draconic Humanoid: Has scales on her body, horns, and lizard-like eyes.
  • Dragon Ancestry
  • Half-Human Hybrid
  • Light The Way
  • Shout-Out: While not a flat-out Expy (and for good reason), Mercia's design takes a few cues from Kiyohime; notably the blue hair, white horns, yellow eyes, and white and blue robes.
  • Stepford Snarker: Mercia has a multitude of insecurities about her being half-dragon, and counteracts with this whenever someone mocks her for her draconic features.
  • Thicker Than Water: Mercia's internal conflict with her twin sister Owena being her enemy.

Neve Aileen Harvest

Played By: Twinwolf
Class: Nomad

Rosanne

Class: Myrmidon

Excalibur Infernus

Arissell

Played By: swordstar
Class: Tactician

Galen Ninian Almase

Played By: Sentient Bowtie
Class: Fencer

Galen: [...] when someone tells me to duck, I duck. You get used to the timing after a while.
  • Stepford Snarker: Implied; at one point, Galen makes a mocking comment towards Nicolos to distract himself from his feelings.
  • Thou Shalt Not Kill: He refuses to kill feral Cursed, reasoning that they don't deserve to die just because they've lost their minds, and instead fights to disable them. This puts him at odds with Nicolos.
  • Transgender: He was canonically assigned-female-at-birth although this is yet to come up in-character.
  • Willfully Weak: Galen deliberately stopped using Dark Magic in an effort to stave off the Curse, although he still studies it in books from time to time.

Juliett Mochizuki

Played By: rokubiraijuu
Class: Pegasus Rider

Owena Erwood

Played By: blasbo
Class: Fighter

Reeve Von Anextra Polyion III

Played By: GodofGamingRWBY
Class: Necromancer

Brinda “The Witch of the Knifewood”

Played By: Raindrop Valkyrie
Class: Necromancer

  • Ambiguously Human: Brinda is humanoid, but she has blue skin, antlers, and red eyes. According to her, she is neither human nor Cursed.
  • Put on a Bus
  • Really 700 Years Old: At least 200, though she doesn’t look it at all.
  • Shrouded in Myth: Brinda is known as the Witch of the Knifewood. Many stories surround her and her origins, but none know which are true.
  • Wild Card: She seems not to share any beliefs or ideals with either side of the Excalibur conflict, instead wanting to be right at the heart of a very important story.

Nicolos

Class: Tactician

  • Badass Longcoat: His trench coat always (somehow) flutters behind him, both in and out of combat.
  • The Chosen One: Granted Excalibur Infernus after being deemed worthy to rule by the Fire Emblem.
  • Cool Sword: He wields Excalibur Infernus, a magical sword made by the Fire Emblem and counterpart of Excalibur Glacius.
  • Determinator: Will never give up the fight, even if beaten to a bloody pulp. He WILL end the royal bloodline. He WILL help the common folk. He WILL end the tyranny of the nobility.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: With his armor he only has a pauldron on his left shoulder.
  • A Father to His Men: Nicolos cares deeply for all who work under him. He treats them all equally and fairly.
  • The Leader: For Team Infernus.
  • Necessary Evil: His views on executing feral Cursed; if they aren't killed, they might escape the Cursedlands again and attack innocents. This puts him at odds with Galen.
  • Status Buff: His Charisma Character Skill and eventual rallies all aid his allies in battle.
  • Weapon of Choice: Excalibur Infernus is a weapon tailor-made to feel the most comfortable for him.
     Annaquest: Thirteen Merchants in Search of a Payday 

Anne 'Helianthus'

Played By: RedMageCole
Class: Bandit

Chance

Played By: Raindrop Valkyrie
Class: Maid

Anna 'Camellia'

Played By: GodofGamingRWBY
Class: Pegasus Knight

Janus Zeal

Played By: EXLink32
Class: Fencer

Anna 'Venus'

Played By: Powder Miner
Class: Tactician

Kyou Verethragna

Played By: Chevaleresse
Class: Scholar

Beverly Connors

Played By: rustytengo
Class: Wyvern Rider

Satomi Hashimoto

Played By: Twinwolf
Class: Trickster

Ke

Played By: rokubiraijuu
Class: Huntress

Cody Hilmarr

Played By: Sentient Bowtie
Class: Myrmidon

Andy 'Rhubarb'

Played By: Spiderpig2398
Class: Scavenger

Hibiscus

Played By: Pyon Pyon Kyuu
Class: Wyvern Rider

NPCs

Anna 'Carnation'

Class: Apothecary
     Colors of Autumn 

Bakudai

Played By: Bfroger6
Class: Priest

Fuefuki

Played By: Rieki
Class: Trickster

Ivoh'to

Played By: EXLink32
Class: Scavenger

Kietasenshi

Played By: Powder Miner
Class: Myrmidon

Lord Yama

Played By: Raindrop Valkyrie
Class: Tactician

Megumi

Played By: Chevaleresse
Class: Myrmidon

Nil

Played By: RedMageCole
Class: Shaman
  • Ambiguous Gender Identity: Doesn't really know their original gender and doesn't care enough to find out.
  • Classical Anti-Hero: Plagued by self-doubt and uncertainty, and only seems to go along with Yoriie as they may be lost otherwise.
  • Identity Amnesia: All they know is that they were a human before they became a Yokai. At least, they think.
  • The Pigpen: Not exactly the most hygienic looking, with their hair and face looking very dirty.
  • Shrinking Violet
  • Somebody Named Nobody: Their name, Nil, is a direct result of having no name of their own.
  • The Voiceless
  • Words Can Break My Bones: How their magic manifests; they write words in midair. This can either have effects based on what they write, or just be their form of communication due to being mute.

Sanadagawa no Kumawani

Played By: ElfCollaborator
Class: Pirate

  • Animal Motifs: Dragons and crocodiles; Kumawani's dragon form is very crocodilian, his irezumi heavily resembles a crocodile and his sarong resembles the skin of a crocodille.
  • Eyepatch of Power: Kumawani wears an eyepatch and is a fairly menacing character.
  • Expy: Kumawani is heavily based on Daisaku Kuze with some elements of Majima (his penchant for knives and his Blood Knight tendencies). His character quote is even a paraphrased version of Kuze's Badass Boast before his second fight against Kiryu.
  • Names to Run From Really Fast: Their title means "fierce/strong water dragon of the Sanada river".
  • Never Smile at a Crocodile: Kumawani's dragon form is noticeably crocodilian and his title is a Punny Name on the fact that the word wani could mean "dragon", "crocodile" or "sea monster".
  • No Name Given: Their 'name' is a description of what they are; the fierce water dragon of the river Sanada.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: Kumawani is a Wani, a Japanese dragon that lives in bodies of water.
  • Punny Name: A Wani was another name for a dragon or dragon-like creature before it evolved into a term for a sea monster or a crocodile. Kumawani's motifs revolve around crocodiles and dragons and his dragon form is very crocodilian.
  • Tattoo as Character Type: Kumawani has an irezumi depicting a crocodilian dragon, both hinting at his true form and also at his generally menacing nature.

Yuki

Played By: GodofGamingRWBY
Class: Soldier

NPCs

Yoriie

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     Ashes 

Hoshiko the Righteous

Played By: Chevaleresse
Class: Archer

  • Calling Your Attacks: Fond of shouting out ridiculous attack names with great frequency.
  • Chuunibyou: One of the younger characters and utterly convinced she is the chosen hero of the goddess. Which isn't entirely false, according to Word of God.
  • Fantastic Racism: Of a sort. Hoshiko has a phobia of wyverns.
  • Hearing Voices: Claims that the Goddess speaks to her personally. As it turns out, the voice she hears in her dreams is actually her mother giving her instructions to prepare her to become the next guardian of her fragment of the Fire Emblem.
  • Large Ham: Hoshiko fights FOR GREAT JUSTICE!!!

Ecquis

Played By: Zetaark
Class: Wyvern Rider

  • Only Sane Man: Considerably more calm and reasonable than the majority of the cast.

Terrin, Son of Lady Aiesha

Played By: Marcello
Class: Mage

  • Fan Nickname: "Thunder Blunder," which was eventually canonized by the other party members.
  • Flat-Earth Atheist: Does not believe in the Goddess despite numerous divine miracles happening in the world around him.

Mercer

Played By: EXLink32
Class: Fighter

Klarenfilia

Played By: Bfroger
Class: Monk

  • Cloudcuckoolander: Doesn't seem to always be quite there to an external observer, but his responses are mostly unusual rather than resulting from actually being spacey.

Meredith "the Undying"

Played By: Raindrop Valkyrie
Class: Soldier

Rosalvya

Played By: Stalkerkain
Class: Myrmidon

Mayanna the Last

Played By: Stratos
Class: Sister

Serene

Played By: ExtantLily
Class: Mage

Lina

Played By:
Class: Dancer

NPCs

Saffron

Class: Pegasus Knight

Keagan

Class: Knight

Feri

Class: Mage

Dash

Class: Thief

Anna

Class: Bandit

Cherry

Class: Scavenger

Renee

Class: Bow Knight

Sol'Fael

Class: Ambassador

Radburn

Class: Mercenary

     Stellar Margin 
     Sea Of Crossroads 

Rayne

Played By: Raindrop Valkyrie
Class: Pegasus Knight

Belros

Played By: EXLink32
Class: Spy

Myrdwyn

Played By: Chevaleresse
Class: Wyvern Rider

Cadence

Played By: Stratos
Class: Fencer

Darius

Played By: Anstane
Class: Shaman

Idei

Played By: Rai
Class: Nomad

Emilee

Played By: Pyon Pyon Kyuu
Class: Priest

Cass

Played By: Bfroger
Class: Bard

Clarisse

Played By: Twinwolf
Class: Fighter

Karik

Played By: Inno
Class: Pirate
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