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Girl in Blue

Covers the allies as seen in the first arc, from Chapters 1 to 63.

     Sierokarte 

Voiced by: Emiri Katou (Japanese), Hisako Kanemoto (Gotle, Japanese), Faye Mata (English)

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The Harvin proprietor of the KnickKnack shack who provides all kinds of goods and services for the crew of the Grandcypher. Most of the time, she brings along her parrot pet named Gotle, who is perched on her arm.


  • Almighty Janitor: Aside from filling the team's Charge Attack bars as mentioned in the Big Damn Heroes entry. Her playable cameo in the "High-Soaring Cyper Rangers!" quest starts the battle with 65,535 HP, something that only high-level, HP-centric grids can achieve.
  • Big Damn Heroes: A situational case in the special quest "High-Soaring Cyper Rangers!" wherein she disappears at the start of the boss fight (also lampshaded by Walder), only to re-appear after the boss has unleashed its Desperation Attack (if you didn't manage to defeat it at a specific turn). Siero will show up and fill all of your party's Charge Attack, allowing you to finish the fight.
  • Chekhov's Skill: In "What Makes The Sky Blue II: Paradise Lost", Siero is able to see through Belial's sleight-of-hand trick when he swapped Lyria's plume with a fake one, humiliating him to return the real one to Lyria. Near the end of "What Makes The Sky Blue III: 000", she rescues the main cast when they were trapped in a bomb-rigged airship after being tricked by Belial. These feats of which are quickly lampshaded by Eugen, calling Siero among the lines "the only one able to foil through the Angel of Cunning (Belial)'s plans".
  • Cool Shades: Her parrot wears a pair for summer.
  • Damsel in Distress: One of the few times she's put in danger is when the enemy has so much strength she can't use her various resources to counter them, like with Sandalphon in "What Makes the Sky Blue" and Al-Khalid in "A Thousand Reasons".
  • Ditto Fighter: She is playable in Trial Battle mode, where she has all stats, attributes and skills of the next SSR character to be released (along with dolls of her acting as the next SR and R), allowing players to try out the characters before rolling, and letting Cygames effectively beta-test the characters before rebalancing them depending on player feedback.
  • Fowl-Mouthed Parrot: In Grand Blues! Comic #33, Gotle calls Vyrn a "bonehead lizard". When Vyrn tells this to Lyria, the parrot just remains silent.
  • Intrepid Merchant: There are Knickknack Shacks everywhere. At first the main crew get confused after finding an ad for her services deep in the wild forests of Lumacie, then as the game goes on it becomes clear that Siero is less a normal shopkeeper and more the head of an ever-sprawling business empire and one of the more influential people in the skies. She even leads the reinforcements during the final battle with the Erste army along with Tzaka and Monika, despite being a "mere" merchant compared to their high ranks.
  • New Jobs As The Plot Demands: Not only is she a shopkeeper, a blacksmith and a cook, she also happens to be a bartender, an innkeeper and also does various odd jobs as the plot demands.
  • Parrot Pet Position: Gotle, the green parrot, is pretty much always on Sierokarte's shoulders at all times.
  • Pungeon Master: She cracks puns very often.
  • Rhymes on a Dime: She indulges in this for fun but some people get annoyed by this easily. Notably she's the one who taught J.J. how to rap.
  • Shopkeeper: Being a merchant by profession, she is the NPC in charge of the Shop Menu.
  • Ultimate Blacksmith: She's the one who forges and upgrades your Bahamut, Revenant, Xeno, Seraphic, Atma/Ultima, and Class Champion weapons.

     Tzaka the Great 

Voiced by: Shirou Saitou (Japanese), Jamieson Price (English)

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The Draph archduke of the Valtz Duchy, he's an accomplished mage and taught Io everything she knows.


  • Badass Cape: His red robe also doubles as a long cape.
  • Berserk Button: Only in the comics - Doing unacceptable acts to Io such as perverted advances or lame jokes will cause Tzaka to suddenly appear from out of nowhere and smack the offender.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Courtesy of the Black Knight and Dark Essence, he was brainwashed into trying to reactivate Colossus. Though later chapters reveal that it was Freesia who brainwashed him and not the Black Knight.
  • Crushing Handshake: Tzaka and Zeyen do this in Grand Blues! Comic #823. Tzaka initiates this as he is shocked that Io now calls Zeyen her master. Vyrn is even aware of this trope at work, while the last panel shows the two unleashing their Battle Auras during the handshake.
  • Kung-Fu Wizard: Magic might be his main job, but he's still a humongous Draph man and will punch his way through a situation if the need arises. Grand Blues! parodies this to no end, implying all his magic prowess is just super strength:
    Io: The Archduke always does magic tricks when I'm feeling down!
    Tzaka: Huh? Did you trip and fall? What a mean stone. I'd better teach it a lesson. (Grabs stone)
    Io: (While Tzaka clenches his fist) Wooooah! You turned it into dust!
  • The Magnificent: He's always referred to as Tzaka the Great.
  • Mentor Archetype: He's the teacher of Io and she carries great respect for him.
  • Parental Substitute: He served as one for Io after he found her as an orphan.

     Adam 

Voiced by: Tarusuke Shingaki

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Admiral of the Erste Imperial Army, serving since the time it was the Erste Kingdom. However, when Freesia's plans threaten not just Erste, but the entire world, he approaches the crew of the Grancypher to stop Freesia and put an end to the Erste Empire.


  • Artificial Human: He calls himself "the history of Erste itself" because he's the greatest golem created during the golden age of the Erste Kingdom.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: Even Gandharva doesn't want to fight him because he knows that its a fight he has absolutely no chance of winning. In fact, were it not for the fact that he'd get overwhelmed by sheer numbers and the fact that, if the worst comes to pass, he doesn't have any way to neutralize Deus Ex Machina or Akasha by himself and thus needs Lyria's abilities to help, he would've been perfectly capable of defusing Freesia's plot by himself.
  • Badass Cape: There's a red-white cape attached on his back.
  • Berserk Button: Do not talk shit about the Erste royal family in his presence, and especially do not talk shit about Queen Orchis within range of his hearing, much less to his face. When confronting a pair of conspirators who helped Freesia kidnap Orchis during the early Dawning Sky arc, he was a step away from his Rage Breaking Point before the crew managed to calm him down.
  • Colonel Badass: He's the strongest person in the entire Erste Empire bar none, being able to stomp out even Gandharva or the Black Knight if he so wished. When he first meets the party to formulate a plan of attack against Freesia, he knocks out his entire platoon before the party can even blink so that they can speak without being overheard.
  • Death Glare: When two elderly conspirators against Orchis go too far in their demeaning of her, he leaves the entire room with chills from his glare. Doubles as Glowing Eyes of Doom, to boot.
  • Deus ex Machina: His entire character functions as this, at least in the first arc. Of note, he's first introduced with zero foreshadowing late in the arc, then immediately betrays the villains, assisting the crew with everything and provides them with exactly the opening they need, while making it so the villains can't interfere with the party or destroy/hijack the Grancypher. It's primarily thanks to him that Freesia's plan is stopped. Then after that, he's the person responsible for making the Sadistic Choice between having Orchis or Orchid being "awake" irrelevant by having a golem body prepared for the latter. He averts this in the Dawning Sky arc, where he grows a personality and flaws.
  • Disney Death: He breaks down at the end of the first arc, after having sustained too much damage defending the Grancypher, but by the time the crew visits Mephorash again, he's up and running again, having been repaired.
  • Dying Moment of Awesome: He takes on more or less the entire Erste army while you're saving the capital and defeating Freesia by himself and not only wins, but lives long enough to talk to you about it afterwards. Subverted in that as he's a golem, he can be repaired, though it takes him a while.
  • Lady and Knight: The Knight to Queen Orchis's Lady.
  • My Country, Right or Wrong: His loyalty lies with Erste. That said, it's for this reason that he sees it as his duty to stop the Erste Empire when Freesia starts messing with Akasha.
  • Rank Up: Was once an Admiral during the reign of the Erste Empire, but is later promoted to Prime Minister after Erste's restoration as a Kingdom.
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     Orchis (Spoiler Warning!) 

Voiced by: Minori Chihara

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The real princess of the Erste Kingdom, she comes back to life after Chapter 63 and takes her place as rightful ruler of the kingdom.


  • Berserk Button: Needless to say, she's pretty sensitive about people being cruel to their subjects, and also (surprise, surprise) people being used like dolls. Freesia smashes both these buttons with abandon during the kidnapping sub-arc of Dawning Sky.
  • Elegant Gothic Lolita: She does still have a fair bit of this going on even once restored to her body, though now it's been mixed with a fair splash of Ermine Cape Effect for good measure to match her position.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Her dad's an Astral, though admittedly it's not terribly clear precisely what the "nonhuman" part of her heritage means, even to her, due to the nature of the Astrals as Ambiguously Human.
  • Hate Sink: In-universe; to certain people, Orchis represents what's wrong with the world by dint of her mere existence. Specifically, to Loki, she represents what his brother died for and Loki takes his death, the death of an immortal Astral, far harder than he usually lets on; and to Freesia, she represents how Freesia missed her chance with Viola (and, though Freesia struggles to accept it herself, how Viola probably never felt quite the same way that Freesia did) and blames Orchis for existing and the accident that led to Viola's death, not helped at all by Orchis' apparent Strong Family Resemblance to Viola. Also, early on in Dawning Sky, there's a contingent of Erstan citizens who are extremely skeptical of Orchis, her abilities and her rights to the throne (Queen Viola's marriage to her father having been more than a bit controversial), but this fades as time goes on. Naturally, the player crew themselves are having none of it and consider Orchis a dear friend.
  • Lady and Knight: The Lady to Adam's Knight.
  • Mistaken Identity: In Chapter 115, some kids mistook Queen Orchis as Orchid and call her a golem because she shares the physical similarities with the Orchid whom the kids heard from the stories.
  • Older Than They Look: Her body was kept in stasis while Orchid occupied it. Thus, despite being as old as the Black Knight, she still appears around Lyria's age. She still somewhat acts as young as she looks as a way of making up for lost time (not to mention that it seems she just has a bubbly, outgoing nature naturally).
  • Pimped-Out Dress: Her blue princess attire.
  • Royal Blood: Orchis is the daughter of the late Queen Viola (it was her father who married into the family, which was one of the sources of all the trouble). She rightfully inherits the Erste Kingdom by the end of the first arc, and is shown to be capable of leadership by the third.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: Well, for certain values of "sibling" (though Orchis outright claims Orchid as a sister), but Orchis and Orchid display a lot of this. Orchis is outgoing, energetic, usually cheerful and sometimes emotional; Orchid is very emotionally subdued even after becoming a golem, is quiet, but is also very insistent and determined when she puts her mind to something. This comes up especially when they interact in Orchid's Fate Episodes.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: According to Freesia, Orchis looks a heck of a lot like her mother, Queen Viola, did. It's to the point that Freesia occasionally mistakes Orchis for Viola in her dark essence-induced haze, and just looking at Orchis causes her emotional pain.
  • Walking Spoiler: Orchis' spirit appearing and her revival is what caps off the very end of the first arc.

Dawning Sky

Covers the allies as seen in the second arc, from Chapters 64 to 110.

     Hal 

Halvarda

Voiced by: Ayumu Murase

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A mysterious Draph boy living in Silverwind Stretch, North Vast


  • Distressed Dude: Becomes a hostage of the Golden Knight some time after the Grandcypher crew gets split up, then broken out of his cell and captured once more by the True King so he can be used to activate the Great Wall.
  • Evil-Detecting Baby: According to Abel, as a baby, Hal was always unafraid of his uncle's presence because he could sense the good in him. Even when Baragona came to kill him when he was little, Hal wasn't afraid to see him. It was Hal's innocence that ultimately caused Baragona to refuse to kill him as a child.
  • Happily Adopted: Deconstructed. Although he was taken in by his servants, they make it clear that they're his servants and not his family, and Hal knew very well that he never learned what true happiness was until he met the crew.
  • King Incognito: He is the last living descendant of the Torhid royal family.
  • Limited Wardrobe: His heavy clothing makes sense when he's living in the frigid north with little respite from the cold. Not so much when he enters the much warmer climes of Nalhegrande.
  • Living MacGuffin: As one of the last two living members of the Torhid royal family, he's the key to activating the Great Wall, although Baragona prevents this from ever happening when he fuses himself to the Great Wall.
  • Morality Pet: To his uncle, the Scarlet Knight. Baragona's treatment towards Hal is very tender, as seen when he pays Hal a visit in his cell and makes sure not to wake him from his sleep.
  • Parental Abandonment: His parents died from a sickness when he was still a baby. Notable that he had two disappeared dads; his legal guardian, Abel, was killed by Gilbert.

     Leona 

Voiced by: Hibiku Yamamura

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Cain's sister-in-law and adjutant in the Idelva Army.

     Pholia 

Voiced by: Maaya Uchida

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Idelva's ruler and Sovereign.

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     Bai Ze 

Voiced by: Kenyuu Horiuchi

A primal beast who governs Perception and is Pholia's chief advisor. Bai Ze's role is to seek out individuals born to lead, and be their counsel.
  • All There in the Manual: As of now, Bai Ze doesn't have an entry in Lyria's Journal, therefore making Kenyuu Horiuchi go uncredited. However, he and his seiyuu's name appears in the scrapbook you can download upon completing the story.
  • Dub Name Change: In the Japanese audio, his name is pronounced as "Hakutaku". This is a result of his real-world origin: like most Primal Beasts, he's based on a real-life legend, and the kanji for his name (白澤) are pronounced "hakutaku" in modern Japanese. The Granblue localization team has a policy of using the names closest to the original source culture for mythologically-derived names, however (see also: the Zodiac characters and the Cardinal Beasts from "Rise of the Beasts") and so they went with the standard romanization for 白澤 in modern Chinese.
  • Failed a Spot Check: Can induce this. For instance, thanks to his power, a lot of info about Pholia's past is largely omitted by the people despite being written down in the records. Leona only managed to notice it when Pholia granted her and Bai Ze's permission to find what she was looking for.
  • Feel No Pain: Another ability he can bestow to a person. As expected of the trope, the person is not invulnerable to damage. As such, he always makes it a point to warn the user about its drawbacks.
  • Insistent Terminology:
    • He is not a dog, as he so often has to remind Pholia. Never mind the fluffy fur, scratchable ears, and lupine body: he is not a dog. Definitely. (Pholia, naturally, has a lot of fun trying to get him to act like one.)
    • He also insists on maintaining formality with Pholia and consistently refers to her title of "Sovereign". This is true even after she is exiled and joins the crew.
  • Irony: Played for laughs. He's a primal beast who can warp the perception of a person, willingly or not. Pholia intentionally passes him for a dog despite his obvious non-dog attributes, much to his chagrin.
  • Mundane Utility: Pholia can't sleep without a pillow, so she commands Bai Ze to lie down in the grass when they are in Bestia Island.
  • Promoted to Playable: He fights alongside Pholia in her playable version.
  • Secret Test of Character: Poses as a raging primal beast in Groz Island to test the strength of the crew. Lyria immediately saw right through him, however.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Pholia after he saw her qualities as a leader, to the point of always following her even when she's no longer the Sovereign.

     Zeyen 

Voiced by: Takayuki Sugo

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Elder of Kluger Island in Nalhegrande.


  • Awesomeness by Analysis: What the power of his primal beast, Antikythera, actually does. He doesn't predict the future, but rather calculates their outcome depending on the given surroundings.
  • Crushing Handshake: Tzaka and Zeyen do this in Grand Blues! comic #823. Tzaka initiates this as he is shocked that Io now calls Zeyen her master. Vyrn is even aware of this trope at work, while the last panel shows the two unleashing their Battle Auras during the handshake.
  • Eyes Always Shut: His NPC art only shows Zeyen with his eyes closed.
  • The Ghost: Though Zeyen possesses Antikythera's power, it never formally appears in front of the crew.
  • Hopeless Boss Fight: Only when the player temporarily controls Cain.
  • Name's the Same: In-universe. Zeyen is explicitly not the founder of the Zeyen Faith found outside Kluger Island, whose followers include Sophia. While he admits there may have been a connection before, it's been lost in history.
  • Plot Coupon: Notably the only one in Nalhegrande to give the crew a piece of the sky map even until the end of the arc.
  • Red Baron: The Omniscient Sage. "Zeyen" is actually also a Red Baron for monks who have completed enlightenment.

     Echidna 

Voiced by: Haruna Ikezawa

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The primal beast of motherhood, who rules over the haven of Bestia Island. A lamia-like creature who loves and is loved by everyone.


  • All-Loving Hero: She is driven entirely by motherly instinct. She considers all living beings as her children, and loves them and cares for them to the best of her ability. Her sheer caring and pacifying aura turned her island into a peaceful place of rest for primal beasts.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Echidna's outfit doesn't cover her midriff.
  • Charm Person: Attacking her causes people to be reminded of their mother, at which point they stop fighting and let themselves be embraced by her. Resisting it requires excellent mental fortitude... or having nothing but hatred for your real mother.
  • Eyes Always Shut: She opens them very rarely, usually when looking through the heart of one of her children.
  • Hellish Pupils: Due to her half-snake status. She's otherwise one of the friendliest primals around.
  • Leaking Can of Evil: She was designed by an Astral to serve as a container for energy from the Otherworld. After Gilbert weakens her, she can't hold it back and forces Rosetta and Io into a pact with each other to temporarily save them from the Otherworld energy leaking out of her.
  • Rapunzel Hair: It goes past her waist.
  • Snake People: She looks like a Lamia.

     Rhem Resistance Leader 

King Dolza Rhem

Voiced by: Tetsuo Goto

A man who organized the resistance when Gilbert took over the kingdom. For additional tropes regarding his past profession, see Granblue Fantasy Antagonists.


  • Cowardly Lion: It's actually hard to believe that the cowardly king with deep-rooted insecurities would actually lead the resistance who would fight against Gilbert, whom he once considered his most dependable and loyal advisor, and in such a short time too.
  • Irony: In order to lead the crew to the dungeons more quickly, he terminated his pact with Ganesha. Doing so relinquishes his position as king. However, such an act is also befitting of a king doing what is best for his country.
  • I Will Only Slow You Down: After he's injured, he asks the heroes to pursue Gilbert instead of look after him since Gilbert poses a threat to the whole Skydom.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: Seems to be the only royalty actively fighting against Gilbert once he showed his true colors.

Wayfaring Astral

Covers the allies as seen in the third arc, from Chapters 111 onwards.

     Shitori 

Voiced by: Chika Anzai

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A girl living in the Edgelands.


     Mika 

Mikaboshi

Voiced by: Satomi Sato

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A girl who lives with Shitori. She's the astral that was sealed inside The Great Wall.


  • All the Other Reindeer: She was shunned by her fellow Astrals for reasons yet unknown.
  • Betrayal by Offspring: Her adoptive daughter Shitori is the one who sealed her inside the Great Wall.
  • Berserk Button: Implying that she doen't care about her daughter, as Io learned after questioning whether the attachment Mikaboshi showed to Shitori in the Edgelands was a lie.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: Mika wanted to reunite Shitori with her mother so Shitori would stop crying and be happy. Loki was happy to help... by unsealing Mikaboshi's memories and making her remember that she is Shitori's mother, and Shitori betrayed her.
  • Creepy Monotone: Mika speaks in a monotonous voice as Loki made a deal with her, after she killed the Blessed Ones in the room all by herself.
  • Deadpan Snarker: As shown in Chapter 123, Mika is capable of dropping snarky remarks on Fenrir of all people!
    Mikaboshi: I wouldn't judge a primal by its appearance. Take Fenrir for example. She looks like a sweet, innocent girl, doesn't she? Actually I think she's endearing on the inside too. It's troubling how much she resembles a faithful lapdog...
    Fenrir: I swear you're asking to get chewed on...
  • Et Tu, Brute?: After Loki recovered her memories, any attachment she had to Shitori was turned to sadness and anger because Shitori was the one that sealed her in. Later, however, after the initial shock of her memories being restored had passed, she states that no matter what Shitori did, she's still her daughter, implying that she will forgive her, or perhaps already did..
  • Face–Heel Turn: Loki recruits her into his crew after breaking her seals.
  • Friendly Enemy: Despite going into a Face–Heel Turn and joining Loki's crew after her memories were restored, Mikaboshi returns to her innocent childlike state when she got trapped in the Otherworld with Rackam and Katalina, casually chatting with them and revealing her kept secrets when Ares appeared.
  • Mystical White Hair: Has white-blonde hair, pale complexion and wears a white dress, all adding up to her mystical status as a rare Astral.
  • Older Than They Look: She is an Astral and was alive even before the War, but she looks like a little girl. However Loki implies that her powers being sealed is the reason she looks like a child and this isn't her true appearance.
  • Revenge Before Reason: She was incredibly consumed by her desire to lash out at the Astrals for their crimes and created several highly deadly doomsday weapons and protocols for that purpose. She later admits, with the hindsight of centuries and the invasion of Nalhegrande by the Otherworld, that installing the Otherworld portal into Echidna was a mistake that needs to be amended.
  • Sanity Slippage: While the main story made it clear that this is what happened to her, Shitori's Fate Episodes go into detail: she shut herself in her room for days and ignored her daughter, went nights without sleep while experimenting on herself, which caused her temper to flare up often, finally culminating in the completion of The Great Wall, at which point she was so far gone that Shitori of all people describes her as a bloodthirsty howling animal, devoid of human reason.
  • Sealed Good in a Can: A good person and friendly to the crew. She is also an Astral and is the one that created and later, sealed into The Great Wall and her memories are sealed along after her release. Later chapters reveal that she actually had two seals placed upon her, one for her memories, and one for her powers. Unfortunately, Loki made use of the seal in her memory to have Mika join his side. Subverted as she was sealed after she went mad and built weapons of mass destruction with the purpose of eradicating her fellow Astrals.
  • That Man Is Dead: When Io says Mika seems different from how she was when they first met, Mikaboshi responds by saying the Mika they met in the Edgelands is gone.
  • Token Good Teammate: Of Loki's crew, sticking with him in order to try and direct his Wild Card tendencies towards the "good" spectrum.

Fate Episode and Event Allies

Covers allies as seen in various story events and/or fate episodes. For the allied Primal Beasts, go here.

     Feldrac 

Voiced by: Shunsuke Sakuya

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The ruler of Medvecia, who appeared in "Fall of the Dragon"


  • Brick Joke: In his first meetup with the skyfaring crew, he was about to shown a sign of courtesy but Veight stopped him as they aren't used to strangers. Inside the Medvecia Castle, he reminds Veight of this before properly apologizing to the crew.
    Veight, please don't stop me from what I'm about to do.
  • Head Wings: Like the other vampires of Medvecia, he also sports these.
  • High Collar of Doom: Typical of vampiric depictions, Feldrac's go past his ears.
  • Parental Substitute: Looks after Vania and Veight like a father does, despite not being blood-related to them.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Medvecia was bound by rules and customs that forbid vampires to exit the island and for strangers to enter. However, Feldrac is secretly against this ideology. When Vania once violated these rules by bringing in the Grandcypher crew, Feldrac at least doesn't hate them unlike most of the rule-abiding vampiric citizens. He is willing to believe the outsiders' part of the story to the point where he helped them at the cost of breaking tradition.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: Outsiders aren't allowed inside the Medvecia Castle. However, he and Veight let the Grandcypher cast sneak in to eliminate a mysterious occurence caused by a primal beast dwelling within the castle.
  • Shoulders of Doom: A spiked variant, and something that encompasses his large cloak.

     Bishop 

Poppy

Voiced by: Ayumi Fujimura

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The overseer of the Ichina idols who were first introduced in "Five Flowers of Fate"

     Kaz 

Voiced by: Akihiko Ishizumi

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A fisherman in Auguste Isles, he nursed a starving Jin back to health. First appearing in the event, "Balmy Breeze and Foamy Deep", he has since appeared in various other summer events.


  • Retired Badass: He is one of the few fishermen in his day who can catch a bonito, and was the one who taught Jin how to catch one.
  • Supreme Chef: Since retiring from fishing, he took up his late wife's passion of handling a restaurant. His curry is particularly delicious.

     Dr. Rashomon 

Voiced by: Tomomichi Nishimura

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A scientist researching islands to investigate their geological features. First appeared in the first Robomi event, he is a recurring ally for the Robomi Saga.


  • Cain and Abel: With Dr. Daimon during the course of "Robomi Generations".
  • Shotgun Wedding: Jokes about not having to bring one to Nicholas and Marie's wedding.

     Marie 

Voiced by: Noriko Hidaka

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Dr. Rashomon's daughter who is in charge with keeping the research team's health in check, she is also in charge of cooking and also does the team's accounting. First appeared in the first Robomi event and like her father, is a recurring ally for the Robomi Saga.


  • Happily Married: With Nicholas by "Robomi Z".
  • Team Mom: Mothers the research team and worries about them for not taking care of their health.

     Harold and Promethia 

Voiced by: Hiroshi Tsuchida (Harold), Misa Kobayashi (Promethia)

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Clarisse's parents, who first appear in the 2017 event, "Alchemist Astray"


  • Badass Cape: They both wear dark blue magician robes just like Clarisse.
  • Like Father, Unlike Son: Both parents are shown to be quite calm and reserved, basically the opposite of their daughter.
  • Parents in Distress: They were being held by the Empire and Alchemist Guild of Helmuth in an attempt to control their daughter. The crew later rescues them.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Clarisse clearly takes after her mother, having similarly-colored hairs and eyes.

     Arma 

Voiced by: Takuya Kirimoto

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The leader of the fishermen of Benthic Island. He appears in the 2017 Summer event, "Poacher's Day".


  • The Quiet One: He is a man of few words who rarely speaks five words in a sentence. It even takes his fellow fishermen or his wife to explain what's really going on inside his thoughts, beyond those very simple sentences.
  • Underestimating Badassery: The reason why he prohibits the skyfarers from helping in the issue against the poachers is because Arma sees them as simple kids. Gets averted at the end though, as he saw what they are actually capable of.

     Hanna 

Voiced by: Nana Mizuki

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The class president of the Mysteria Academy of Magic. She appears in the "Lonesome Dragoness" event and very briefly in "The Other Side of the Sky".


  • Brainy Brunette: She has a brownish hair, loves the academy, became its class president, and even the students admire her for her strong sense of responsibility.
  • Class Representative: Hanna is a class president in Mysteria.
  • Mistaken for Romance: When William catches sight of Hanna and Owen talking, he interrupts to ask what Owen thinks of her. He responds by saying that he finds her attitude pleasing. William then gets the wrong message that Owen likes Hanna romantically.
  • Nice Hat: Her student council cap.
  • Oblivious to Love: William is fairly clearly smitten with her, but so far, she's seemed entirely oblivious to this fact.
  • Outside-Context Problem: She runs into this during "Lonesome Dragoness", which is why her student leadership suffers. She's used to dealing with problems concerning the student body and the day to day running of the school. Fighting an army of beings from the Otherworld who are bent on waging a war against Mysteria is completely outside her wheelhouse. She does her best to help keep the students safe and calm, but even she'll admit that she's hopelessly out of her depth during the crisis, and has to rely on Grea & the Grandcypher crew to save the school.
  • Race Lift: A fantasy race lift, no less. In Rage of Bahamut, she's an elf, since that setting includes elves, and her ears are notably pointed. In Granblue, elves largely don't exist, so she appears to be just a normal human.
  • Shipper on Deck: Hanna believes that there is something "scandalous" going on between Anne and Owen, and she even presses the issue on the latter in his Fate Episode.
  • Thinks Like a Romance Novel: She is the type of girl who easily gets interested in romance and fantasies.

     Mr. Bertrand 

Voiced by: Hiroshi Naka

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One of the head teachers at the Mysteria Academy of Magic (though not the headmaster outright). He's a kind-hearted old man who is very devoted to the concept of teaching and cares deeply for his students - which means that some of Mysteria's recent struggles have been a test for him, and he needs the crew's aid to set things to rights. They do so in both "Lonesome Dragoness" and "The Other Side of the Sky", and he plays a supporting role in both.


  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He very much puts the well-being of the students first, and is willing to overlook minor transgressions or personal quirks if he believes the students are, deep down, dedicated to learning - such as Grea's overall situation and the attitudes of Tsubasa and the Red Wings. He's also able to see that Elmott has excellent aptitude for teaching, when others (including Elmott himself) might not think so, and it's inferred he approves of Elmott's unconventional approach toward the Red Wings.

     Ms. Miranda 

Voiced by: Kikuko Inoue

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A teacher at the Mysteria Academy of Magic and a former student of Mr. Bertnard. She features significantly in "Lonesome Dragoness" and cameos in "The Other Side of the Sky".


  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Despite sounding like a space cadet and even looking a bit silly, she is evidently a very skilled magician and teacher.
  • Calling Your Attacks: Her spells require some Invocation to activate. Thing is, her spells have her name on them, like "Miranda Dominia" and "Miranda Beam".
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: Boy howdy. She constantly sounds like she's on a rather different wavelength, to say the least, and she often acts more like a teenager or student than a teacher. She even affixes her name to her spells! That said, she is still a very competent teacher, from all accounts.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She has dirty blonde hair, and there's no question that she loves her students absolutely (her profile even notes this fact). In alternate appearances (such as one seen in Shadowverse), her hair can go all the way to platinum blonde.
  • Hot Teacher: Needless to say, she's fairly pretty, with a Hot Librarian vibe to her. Given the sheer leggings she wears under her strategically-slitted dress, one gets the impression she's not totally unaware of this, either...
  • Meganekko: She wears round-rimmed glasses.

     William 

Voiced by: Yūma Uchida

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An upperclassman at the Mysteria Academy of Magic and generally acts as Hanna's right-hand man. Friends with Anne, Grea and Owen, he has a supporting role in "Lonesome Dragoness".


  • Distressed Dude: Ultimately finds himself trapped in one of the Otherworldly monoliths, and Grea & the crew have to save him.
  • Hopeless Suitor: Has fairly obvious romantic feelings for Hanna, but she does not seem to notice.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: William has blue hair.

     Salria 

Voiced by: Hazuki Ogino

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A young girl who is the daughter of the village head in the "Violet Violence" event.


     Constance 

Voiced by: Yuko Goto

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The young queen of Sharom Island, where monsters eke out a peaceful existence. Despite her position, she's prone to frequent bouts of insecurity and often attempts to flee her responsibilities. Her two maids, Dorothy and Claudia, must then go and find her in a constant cycle of hide-and-seek.


  • Apologizes a Lot: As part of her inferiority complex, she often tries to apologize for self-perceived faults and mistakes she caused.
  • The Archmage: Though she's unaware of her powerful magic abilities, her predecessor took notice and subsequently appointed her as queen to harness those magical powers for the sake of Sharom's people.
  • Badass Cape: She wears a feathered cape.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: A complete crybaby who bumbles along whatever she's doing. However, both of her maids note that this is very endearing and guess that must be why everyone's drawn to protecting her.
  • Meganekko: Constance also wears round-rimmed glasses.
  • Self-Deprecation: She believes she's incredibly unfit to be queen, hence her running away from Sharom all the time.
  • Shrinking Violet: She's very shy and sometimes dons a magical suit of armor purely to avoid talking to strangers.

     Uncle Dan 

Voiced by: Susumu Akagi

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The uncle of the gunsmith sisters Camiuex, Cucouroux and Silva.


  • Cool Uncle: For all of his faults, he's very kind to his nieces, who in turn adore him.
  • Didn't See That Coming: Says this trope word for word when Silva challenges her to a beer drinking contest while requesting him to take his role seriously as the owner of their family's foundry. He didn't anticipate that his niece would be willing to drink with him just for that condition.
  • Lazy Bum: He's seen as a lazy degenerate by his sister for his reluctance in taking over the family business, when in truth it's because believes that her and her husband are far better suited for it.
  • Palette Swap: Like how the gunsmith sisters' parents just use generic bandit sprites, Dan is a reskin of the fat bandit sprite, though he looks far more detailed than most cases.

     Savarin 

Voiced by: Tokuyoshi Kawashima

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A foodie and restaurant critic renowned for his incredible palate, earning his praise is a high mark for any aspiring chef.


  • Captain Ersatz: He's essentially a more mild Gordon Ramsay in his desire to improve restaurants and fame for his writings on food criticism.
  • Genre Savvy: Unlike most characters, he quickly recognizes that if the Captain's hanging out with figures from royalty and Feendrache's Order of White Dragons, they're clearly someone to pay attention to for the future.
  • The Mentor: He ends up teaching Grimnir for a while on how to make high quality chocolates as a Valentine for the Captain.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Despite the fear of him using his reputation to shut down the various establishments the Captain is helping, he's fairly understanding of the external situations that could affect production of food as seen in his first event where he sends a warning to Ristorante Nuovo for interfering with Bistro Feendrache.
  • Supreme Chef: If his teaching classes are anything to go by, he's also got some cooking skills to back up his intimate knowledge of food.

     Helel ben Sahar (Unmarked Spoilers) 

Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai

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The Morning Star

Making his appearance in the finale of the "What Makes The Sky Blue" trilogy, he reveals himself as the true form of Lucio, one of the first beings ever created by the Creator and serving the role as the Speaker of the Omnipotent. He served as an entity that guided the skyfarers through the creation of the world, delivering his masters will to humanity. As he was determined not to interfere in the clash between the sky God and the Astral God, he acted as an observer. He goes by the name Lucio after joining the crew and occasionally interacts with the skyfarers.

For tropes concerning Lucio see this page. His "Dusk" counterpart, named Helel ben Shalem, was revealed as a playable unit on December 28, 2020. You can read information about her on that same page.


  • All-Powerful Bystander: Prefers to sit back and watch humanity play out on it's own, and for a long time felt that the Sky Realm was safe under Lucifer's divine protection. He'd only begun to interact with the Sky Realm directly when the Otherworldly Being's had begun to leak out into the world, though he goes back to simply watching over the worlds affairs after deeming his intervention more of a hinderance to the Skyfarers after assisting Helel ben Shalem in destroying Pandemonium, which only served to empower Beelzebub enough to create the far more threatening Tower of Babyl.
  • Almighty Janitor: He prefers to sit back and watch the Sky Realm play out it;s
  • Ambiguous Gender: Contrary to Lucio, who’s gender is listed as "Male", his gender is listed as "Unknown". It’s ambiguous as to whether this is just to make Sahar seem more mysterious or if he is actually a genderless entity. Regardless, male pronouns are used for him.
  • Ambiguous Situation: It's currently unknown why Helel ben Sahar was given the ability to disguise himself as Lucifer from Rage of Bahamut. Not even he knows why Bahamut had given him this form.
  • Artifact Alias: He still continues to call himself "Lucio" after revealing to the crew that his true name is Helel ben Sahar. Perhaps justified as it's implied that the crew doesn't remember what happened after waking up.
  • Beam Spam: While he doesn’t cast "Paradise Lost" like "Lucio" is shown to, his default attacks are this.
  • Big Good: Though he mainly acts as an All-Powerful Bystander, he does want what’s good for the Sky Realm and felt that the Sky Realm was safe under Lucifer's divine protection. He now trusts Sandalphon to do good by the Sky Realm.
  • Bishounen: He is very pretty.
  • Biblical Motifs: He's named after the phrase that was eventually transliterated into the popular alternate name for Satan, "Lucifer". Helel ben Shalem's reveal also seems to suggest that he borrows some inspiration from the Ugarit Pantheon, linking him to the God of dawn, Shahar, the twin brother of the dusk God Shalem.
  • Dark-Skinned Blonde: He’s slightly more tanned than the Lucifer-clones and his hair is portrayed as blonde rather than white like Lucio's in official art.
  • Deus ex Machina: Pulls one near the end of "What Makes The Sky Blue: 000" by trapping Lucilius and Belial in another dimension once Sandalphon and the crew defeat them.
  • Divergent Character Evolution: While Lucio was introduced to be an Expy / Suspiciously Similar Substitute to Lucifer from Rage of Bahamut, the introduction of this form solidified Lucio's status as more of a Granblue Fantasy original character.
  • God in Human Form: Like Lucifer, he's essentially a God and pretty high up on the divinity scale due to being created by the hand of Bahamut itself. That said, Lucilius claims that he is functionally like a Primal despite not being classed as one in terms of gameplay.
  • God Was My Copilot: He's actually the Speaker of the Omnipotent, one of the first beings created by "God" and he has powers akin to Lucifer's, being the origin of said power. That said, prefers to act as an All-Powerful Bystander, watching over and encouraging others rather than getting directly involved in anything unless he deems it necessary.
  • Gold and White Are Divine: His clothing is gold and white, symbolizing his divinity.
  • Holy Backlight: Has this behind him.
  • Human Disguise: Downplayed. Helel ben Sahar doesn’t look any less human than Lucio does, but his Lucio form is ultimately the form he uses when interacting with humans in the Sky Realm.
  • Keigo: Even in his true form, "Lucio" retains this manner of speech.
  • Like a Son to Me: He views his clone Lucilius as this. He also describes himself as Lucifer's kin, though he doesn't specify how he views their relation to each other beyond that.
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy: In contrast to "Lucio’s" short white hair, he is shown to have long blonde hair.
  • Meaningful Name: Helel ben Shachar means "son of the dawn". His name is also given another meaning after the reveal of the Dusk Speaker Helel ben Shalem, which implies that he's also based off of the God Sahar
  • Not Quite Dead: Was thought to be dead before the players arrived in Etemenanki after being defeated and absorbed into Lucifer’s core by Lucilius, though its revealed that it was all part of his plan to have the crew wear Lucilius down so that he could trap him.
  • Power Glows: In his form as Helel ben Sahar, he is surrounded by a divine golden aura.
  • Rainbow Motif: Some of his buff and debuff attacks show a rainbow-like array of colors.
  • Rapunzel Hair: His hair reaches down to or past his feet.
  • Reality Warper: Appears to have this ability as well as the ability to open portals into other dimension where he traps Lucilius and Belial at the end of "What Makes The Sky Blue: 000."
  • Retcon: His reveal lead to a few of these for his Lucio form. As Sahar isn't a creation of the Astrals, he doesn't count as a primal despite functionally behaving like one. He's officially classified as "Other" in Lyria's journal, with his "Lucio" for being retconned into that category soon after.
  • Secret Identity: His identity and form as the Speaker of the Omnipotent is this, as his "Lucio" appearance is merey; something he had bestowed upon him by his former master some unknown time ago for reasons even he is unaware of, and the name "Lucio" is what he decided to call himself upon joining the crew.
  • Sadly Mythtaken: Played with. While it's clear that the writers named Lucio's true form after Helel ben Shahar in order to acknowledge the fact that it was the original term used before transliterations popularized "Lucifer" as another name for the Devil, "helel ben shahar" was a description used to build the imagery of the hubris the king of Babylon displayed, not an actual character associated with Satan or another name for Satan himself.
    • It would seem that the writers are at least somewhat aware of this as the introduction of Helel ben Shalem would imply that they're basing at least part of Sahar's character on the God Shahar (An entirely separate entity from an different Pantheon), rather than solely on the description in the bible verse, as Shalim is the twin brother God of Shahar, who reigns over dusk while Shahar lords over dawn. Neither mythological figure has "Helel ben" attached to their names, however, with Sahar's "helel ben" clearly being extracted from the biblical passage and Shalem's serving to emphasize that she's associated with the Sahar of this universe.
  • Ship Tease: Being Lucio he gets this with the protagonist via seasonal lines and even calls the protagonist his destined companion in the real life Valentines exchange gift. It’s unknown just how canon these are to the game or if they’re just played up for fanservice, however.
  • So Proud of You: Like Lucifer and Metatron before him, he tests the strength of the crew as well as the Skyfarers to see if they’re capable of besting perfection and protecting the Sky Realm themselves. He’s very satisfied with the results.
  • Ultimate Life Form: The way he talks about himself seems to imply he is this, though he is ultimately bested by the imperfection that is humanity.
  • The Reveal: He is the true form of Lucio, as revealed in "What Makes The Sky Blue: 000".
  • The Worf Effect: Can be beaten fairly easily in God’s Reverie despite having transformed into his true form and it being an quest to test the player's strength. Even without doing much damage, his HP is lowered every turn and his attacks, including his charge attack, doesn’t do much damage.
    • He also gets taken down by Lucilius seemingly fairly easily despite being in his "true" form when he fights him.
  • Walking Spoiler: A lot of the lore is hard to explain without the use of spoilers.

     Kyuta 

Voiced by: ???

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A young Kappa introduced in the 2019 Summer event "Kappa Summer Chronicle".


  • Brilliant, but Lazy: The crew members are surprised when they learn that Kyuta can slice fish and make sushi, but he simply brushes the act as a mere tradition passed on to the kappas of Tono Island. When Sig and Ghandagoza suggest Kyuta to try and get bigger fish, Kyuta declines, stating that he is already content with eating small fish, while also explaining his fear of being eaten, or that he may not actually find any "fun" from taking any risks.
  • Chekhov's Skill: Kyuta demonstrates his knife skills early in the story when Sig and Ghandagoza comes back with a fresh catch of fish. As it turns out later, he's actually part of the crew of kappa responsible for making sushi.
  • Face Your Fears: An Aesop that Kyuta learns mid-way through the event. While he is initially afraid of first-time experiences or encounters, it takes some convincing words (and a fellow kappa passing out) to motivate him to take risks and break free from his cowardice.
  • Lovable Coward: The other kappas are aware that Kyuta doesn't like trying out new things, taking risks, or meeting new species since he is afraid of first time experiences. Whenever this happens, Kyuta curls himself or hides behind something. he gets better partway though, which even surprised his father.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Siegfried gives him a teddy bear mask so that nobody else would recognize Kyuta as a kappa. However, the Sushi Chef and Yasu actually recognize his body and voice.
  • Pink Girl, Blue Boy: Male kappas have blue fur like Kyuta, while female kappas have pink.
  • Verbal Tic: Like other kappas in Granblue, Kyuta ends his sentences with "pa", and shouts "Kappa!" when he's surprised.
  • Wham Line: Every skydweller cast in the event is surprised when they learn that Kyuta never actually managed to taste sushi despite him helping and preparing ingredients to make sushi for years.

     Attiyah 

Voiced by: Anri Katsu

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Introduced in "Dancing Avengers: Flames of the Heart", Attiyah is a roaming merchant who just happened to have a chance meeting with a girl in Port Breeze. Immediately falling in love, he decides to visit Tahar Island to reunite with her. Little did he know, that place has a significance to his past ancestors and the conflict that ties them with another family.


  • Ambiguously Brown: Has a brown complexion like the other named characters hailing from Tahar Island.
  • Arrow Catch:
    • In Chapter 6, he catches three arrows at once with his bare hands and throws them back towards the Ahabak underlings.
    • Did this again with an arrow aimed after him in the event's ending, this time followed by The Reveal.
  • Battle Aura: A golden aura glows around him as he gets serious in a fight.
  • Calling the Old Man Out: After realizing that Qawi is still alive, Attiyah goes on a journey of his own to "knock some sense to his father", leaving Tabina behind.
  • Casual Danger Dialogue: Attiyah and Tabina express their romance through sing and dance while the primal beast Tahar is rampaging in front of them. They had to do so because The Power of Love is needed to weaken the beast.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: His father Qawi secretly left the family after suffering an injury. With his mother dead, Attiyah claims himself to be the last surviving member.
  • Distinguishing Mark: Attiyah has a sun-shaped birthmark that is passed to every male in their family. It is also a Berserk Button for Wahid.
  • Drives Like Crazy: Attiyah would often crash the gearcycle if he's the one behind the wheel.
  • Dub Name Change: His name is pronounced "Atefa" in the Japanese dialogue.
  • Easily Forgiven: Motivated by his love for Tabina, Attiyah forgave Wahid's wrongdoings in the end, believing that the right way to end a Cycle of Revenge is to forgive and love the opposition. Although shocked at first, Wahid accepted this and also expressed regret over his sins.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: The cloth that he wraps on his shoulder, and his belt are both asymmetrical to their respective sides.
  • Foil: Stan's and Aliza's romantic relationship is more reserved and both are shy to even talk about it in public. Whereas the "Dancing Avengers" event mirrors their situation with the relationship of Attiyah and Tabina who are more vocal and openly romantic. This even gets discussed as Stan acknowledges both couples' similarities of having a sort of Parental Marriage Veto from the female's parents and that they had to part ways from their beloved, leaving them lamenting over separation.
  • I Am X, Son of Y: An indirect version, mentioned by Wahid when he acknowledges who Attiyah is - the "son of Qawi, grandson of Jalil".
  • I Will Find You: In a mutual sense, he wanted to see Tabina again after their first interrupted encounter, so he travels to Tahar Island with the only clues leading him are her poem and gearcycle.
  • Innocently Insensitive: Attiyah immediately calls Tabina's father Wahid as his own "Father" during their first meeting. Wahid is angered and surprised at his quick statement, especially since he forbids his daughter to interact with other male strangers.
  • Love at First Sight: Both Attiyah and Tabina quickly fall in love the moment they laid eyes on each other.
  • No Romantic Resolution: Sadly at the end of the "Dancing Avengers" event, Attiyah received a letter implying that his father is still alive. This makes him separate ways with Tabina for a while, wanting to meet his father first. Of course, Tabina is shocked at this.
  • No-Sell: Along with his golden Battle Aura, Attiyah becomes briefly invulnerable against the Ahabak underlings' weapons.
  • No Shirt, Long Jacket: His bare chest is exposed, which gives a Female Gaze to Tabina in their first encounter.
  • Official Couple: With Tabina.
  • Punctuated Pounding: Did this to some Ahabak underlings:
    Hasn't anyone! Ever told you! To play nicely! With other kids!
  • Romantic Wingman: Gives love advices to the shy Stan regarding the latter's relationship with Aliza.
  • Sins of Our Fathers: How Wahid tries to justify his Cycle of Revenge against Attiyah, as this young man is the grandson of Jalil.
    Wahid: This is revenge. If you're gonna hate, you should hate Jalil for bringing this on you.
  • The Power of Hate: If he is filled with rage, Attiyah glows a murderous red Battle Aura instead, which also makes him unconscious of his actions for a while. This is actually implied by the narration as a result of Qawi declaring a curse of vengeance where his ancestors would also go against Wahid's own. Subverted in the end, thanks to The Power of Love that he has for his mother and his partner Tabina.
  • The Power of Love: The pairs Attiyah-Tabina and Stan-Aliza defeat the god Tahar with this, by expressing their love to their respective partners out loud. The positivity of which would make Tahar vulnerable.
  • The Reveal: An arrow with a letter attached gets flung to Attiyah, he catches it, and reads a letter that implies his father is still alive and preparing for his own quest for revenge.

     Fazal the Sage 

Voiced by: Kenta Sasa

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A strange ghost-like entity resembling an old man whom the party meets in a mountain temple. He helps Aliza learn more about her phoenix fighting style in the "Dancing Avengers" event.


  • Badass Cape: He wears a blue cape that even defies gravity by flowing up, though it could be justified since he's a ghost.
  • Disappears into Light: In the Epilogue, Fazal vanishes in this manner as soon as Tahar was defeated once more and that Aliza trained under him as a successor, which were the only last goal and regret respectively attaching him to this world.
  • Exact Words: In order to share with Aliza's body, all she has to do is close her eyes. She complies, and Fazal is immediately inside her just by having her eyes closed, no verbal consent required!
  • Loophole Abuse: He can't leave the mountains as he is bound to the sacred power surging in it. Otherwise, he would immediately cease to exist. Fazal is able to get around this by Sharing a Body with Aliza, who has also tapped into the sacred power for a bit by staying in the mountain temple with him.
  • Old Master: Fazal looks like a tiny old man, but sure knows how to fight well using phoenix techniques. He helps Aliza on understanding the fundamentals to be a stronger martial artist and make her his worthy successor.
  • Our Ghosts Are Different: Like Ferry, Fazal should have ceased to exist already after dying. But he still has worldly attachments strong enough to bind him. He disappears at the event's ending, after having his final attachment fulfilled, that is to see if someone else could defeat Tahar like a certain brave warrior did.
  • Pictorial Speech Bubble: How Fazal's Sharing a Body is visually presented. Every time he speaks, a speech bubble containing his face is drawn next to Aliza's head.
  • Scarf of Asskicking: Wears a long scarf that even flows upwards.
  • Sharing a Body: Temporarily shares Aliza's body so that he could assist in the battle against Tahar. It technically functions as an extra voice heard out of the host's body, but the original owner is still in control, while Fazal gives advice.
  • Stealth Hi/Bye: The first time you meet him in the temple, he materializes out of nowhere, can fade out to avoid attacks, and can quickly enter Aliza's body.
  • Was Once a Man: He was once a monk at the Tahar Temple. But due to unspecified circumstances, he died and remained as a ghost. His physical appearance also seems rather odd as he looks like an old Harvin but lacks the race's distinctive Pointy Ears.

     Raybury 

Voiced by: Akio Ōtsuka

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A sentient robot that Isaac created from the wreckage of an Automagod. He's been Isaac's companion in all he does for a very long time. He first appears alongside Isaac in "Spaghetti Syndrome".


  • Affectionate Nickname: Alan, from Yatima.
  • Childhood Friends: With Yatima, who he had encountered as a young Alandus in the woods and had promised to take her back home to the moon. After he makes good on his promise and she is resurrected on the moon, it's obvious that the two are still very fond of each other.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Is awfully snarky for a robot.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Involuntarily, but Yatima ends up being considered as a new member for Omega-3 once they have reformed. As Raybury is now a part of her, he has no choice but to go along with it. He doesn't seem to care terribly, and is content to spend his time together with Yatima.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Despite being Alandus, the main antagonist of the "Second Advent", Raybury is firmly on the side of the heroes and assists them repeatedly during "Spaghetti Syndrome" and "Home Sweet Moon", most likely due to knowing he could still accomplish his goal of taking Yatima back to the moon by working with Isaac, his creator and buddy.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Attempts to sacrifice himself in order to buy Isaac and Cassius time to escape from Diaspora. However, Yatima saves him after being resurrected on the Moon.
  • Meaningful Name: Seems to be named after Ray Bradbury.
  • Non-Answer: When the party asks him various things in "Spaghetti Syndrome" that a robot made from scraps couldn't possibly know, all he'll say is it's because he's a machine and was made from remains of an automagod. He also doesn't comment on having inexplicably returned Embrasque's core to the weapon in "Spaghetti Syndrome", along with a repair program that gets it fixed in "Home Sweet Moon". It's because the automagod he was made from was Versatile, and he is actually Alandus.
  • Servile Snarker: Being Isaac's creation and assistant doesn't stop Raybury from needling him.
  • The Symbiote: Following the third act of "Home Sweet Moon", he's been partially fused with Yatima's body and is stuck to the top of her head, although he doesn't mind much.
  • Was Once a Man: There are various hints to him being formerly involved with the Society in "Spaghetti Syndrome", due to being able to navigate the Central Command base with ease and referring to CENTCOM as a "she". In "Spaghetti Syndrome"'s epiogue, Ellis all but states that he is Alandus, stating that Raybury was once a skydweller and had become an automagod to get to the moon, as well as saying he had made a promise to Yatima as a child. Confirmed completely in Home Sweet Moon, when he is revealed to have held onto Yatima's core to resurrect her on the moon and fulfill his promise to her, and to have returned Embrasque's core during the events of Spaghetti Syndrome after he had consumed it in "Second Advent" as Versatile. Yatima also refers to him as Alan in the "Home Sweet Moon"'s epilogue, and his recount of his promise to her was just the way Ellis had described it previously.
  • What Does She See in Him?: When meeting her for the first time, he is genuinely baffled that the gorgeous Grace wants to marry his frumpy creator Isaac.
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