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This covers the many antagonists of the various story events and Crossover collaborations in Granblue Fantasy. The list is sorted according to their chronological order of introduction or appearance. For antagonists introduced in the main story, see the Antagonists page.

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Due to the anniversary events being closely related to the main story, their entries are found in the Antagonists page.

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  • Monster of the Week: Once their respective events are over, they are never dealt with again in other story arcs. Although some of them may be mentioned or referenced, especially if the initial event that featured them later got sequels or continuations.

     Phoenix 
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A primal beast who was released by Sturm and Drang to spread chaos. He serves as the main antagonist of the event, "Festival of Falling Flame".


  • Early Installment Weirdness: Not just itself but the event as a whole, being the very first event of the game. As such, Phoenix ended up being the least explored of the primals and had no motivation for its evil deeds other than wanton destruction.
  • Flat Character: Phoenix does not have an elaborated backstory nor defining characteristics compared to the rest of the event antagonists listed on this page, it merely exists for unleashing chaos at the casino after being summoned by Sturm and Drang. It doesn't help that "Festival of the Falling Flame" is the first story event of Granblue, while also having only four short chapters.

     Aviza 

Voiced by: Go Shinomiya

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Aliza's uncle. He's the antagonist of the event "The Cowardly Hero And The Captive Princess".


  • Evil Chancellor: He was the foreign minister of Valtz.
  • Evil Uncle: To Aliza.
  • The Usurper: Attempted to both the Clythe family and to Valtz, specifically to Aliza and Tzaka respectively. And, if he had it his way, he would attempt to usurp the Erste Empire to take control of the skydom too.
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     Poseidon 

Voiced by: Daisuke Ono

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A primal that views himself as a god and appears in the event "Blade of the Young Champion". He seeks revenge against Juri and his entire island for the sins of his father.


  • A God Am I: He views himself as a god. Thus being controlled by a mortal blemishes his ideal that gods are perfect.
  • Creating Life: Hs creates monsters from water.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: He plans to sink the entire Auguste Isles for the actions of one man.
  • Making a Splash: Natch as the god of seas. He uses his power to sink land and create water based monsters.
  • Prongs of Poseidon: Well, he's the trope namer after all.
  • Revenge: Against Juri specifically for being the son of the man who tried to enslave him.

     Isabella 

Voiced by: Ayumi Fujimura

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King Carl's adviser. She is the antagonist of two events, "Defender's Oath" and "Four Knights Of a Fallen Land."


  • Beauty Is Never Tarnished: Averted, as she is seen in her true elderly form is seen after Sylph is sealed away.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Has made an image for herself as a sharp-tongued but kind-hearted woman who distributes Alma to those in need. In reality, she's hiding the fact that the production of Alma creates a poisonous byproduct, has been secretly dumping said byproduct in a river, killed King Josef and framed Siegfried for it when they found out, and uses King Carl as a puppet ruler.
  • Fountain of Youth: She's been having Sylph create Alma, a substance that kept her looking young when she grows old. She lost it in the aftermath of "Defender's Oath," but Gareth found a substitute for it for her during "Four Knights of a Fallen Land".
  • Frame-Up: She killed the previous king of Feendrache and framed Siegfried for it.
  • Greed: Her defining trait as she covets money made from Sylph's Alma, controlling the kingdom as advisor, and coveting Lancelot as her own.
  • I Surrender, Suckers: She pretends to meekly give up when she is confronted for her crimes in "Defender's Oath," but then immediately drops the act and sics Sylph on the party.
  • Sanity Slippage: Her imprisonment hasn't bode well for her that by "Four Knights Of a Fallen Land", she's gone Ax-Crazy.
  • Smug Snake: Doesn't care that the truth comes to light, as she just sics Sylph on her enemies believing that Sylph can kill them all. Which leads to...
  • This Cannot Be!: She is very shocked when Lyria absorbs Sylph's power after the party defeats Sylph, making Isabella lose her only line of defense.
  • The Unfought: The fight goes to Sylph in "Defender's Oath," and Gareth and the otherworldly beings she summons in "Four Knights of a Fallen Land."
  • Villainous Breakdown: In "Four Knights of a Fallen Land," she has one after Siegfried suddenly appears and ruins her plans, again. She is reduced to screaming accusations at him before further devolving into Angrish.
    Isabella: Ahhhrrgh! Hatehatehatehatehatehatehatehatehatehate! Aaagarblearblearhh!
    • She has one in the Souken no Kizuna adaption of "Defender's Oath" as it becomes clear that her enemies are far more capable than she had assumed. After witnessing Sylph's defeat and sealing, she clutches at her face madly before attempting to kill Lyria with magic, only to get attacked and defeated by Lancelot.
  • Villainous Crush: On Lancelot... which is squick because Isabella is actually far older than she appears.

     Sylph 
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A primal beast residing and helping the people of Feendrache over the years. She serves as the Final Boss of the event, "Defender's Oath"


  • Fountain of Youth: The origin of her powers to heal goes way back as she was created with the power to provide longevity through creating an Alma extract. Though she has to have the dragon Fafnirs aid to create it.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: As a primal with no concept of good or evil, she trusts almost everyone, but values Isabella's judgement above all else due to knowing her longer.
  • Power at a Price: Creating Alma extract requires her to create an equally deadly poison.
  • Star-Crossed Lovers: Sylph was created by an Astral who fell in love with an ill Skydweller who succumbed to illness, prompting the Astral's wish for longetivity. Though he made her in his lover's image, Sylph was not the woman he loved and so he left her in the land that would become Feendrache.

     Gareth 

Voiced by: Junko Minagawa

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A knight of the kingdom of Feendrache who frees Isabella to take over the kingdom in "Four Knights of a Fallen Land".


  • Big Bad Duumvirate: Shares the role of main antagonist with Isabella.
  • Butch Lesbian: Dresses and acts as a man in her guise as a knight, while being in love with the more feminine Isabella.
  • Death Glare: Gives one to Lancelot in the Souken no Kizuna manga when he announces Isabella's imprisonment.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: In Souken no Kizuna, she makes cameos in chapters 2 and 10 before being properly introduced in Chapter 18, the start of the "Four Knights of a Fallen Land" arc.
  • I Owe You My Life: She falls for Isabella after she saved her in the past when she had her role as a spy outed. Isabella saved her from a life in prison.
  • The Mole: A trusted member of the Order of the White Dragons who is revealed to be working for the House of Wales and released Isabella.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": While her name is translated as Gareth in the English version of "Four Knights of a Fallen Land," her name is written as Galles in Grand Blues! comic #430 and in the third Graphic Archive.
  • Tricked-Out Shoes: In Souken no Kizuna, Gareth has a retractable blade in her shoe that she uses to break free from Percival.

     Mammon 
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A primal beast appearing in the "Detective Barawa and the Jewel Resort Incident" event.


  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Does this by amplifying the desires of its victims. It manages to affect both Vas and Ettore this way, causing a mayhem in the Jewel Resort Casino.
  • Greed: The personification of one's overwhelming desires.
  • Stripperiffic: One of the few humanoid primal beasts that barely wear any clothing.

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     Clayus 

Voiced by: Takanori Hoshino

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A sadistic erune from Sidheros Island, working for the mafia for his own ends. He is the antagonist of the event, "The Inner Light".


  • Big Bad Wannabe: He steals the final jewel needed to unseal Avaritia's full power, but while he sought to control it for himself, the primal beast merely ignores his orders and unleashed chaos by itself, knocking him out in the process.
  • Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: He was responsible for a lot of things. He
    • Rats out the same group of kids Mary was a part of before she fled the island.
    • Warns Galthazar of the incoming "roundup", only to personally deliver the soldiers to their hideout.
    • Kills one of the guards he's working with who obtained the jewel needed to unlock Avaritia's full power.
  • Double Agent: He's both working for the Epice Trading Federation and for Galthazar. Ultimately subverted as he's really in it only for himself.
  • Everybody Lives: The sole exception in a game where up none of the heroes, or villains die. And this includes the final boss, who ends up going to jail. Considering that he never seems as happy as he does while he’s torturing children though, he really does earn this dubious honor.
    • As of 2018, he is now one of two characters.
  • Evil Is Not a Toy: He thinks that gathering Avarita's jewels gives him the right to harness her power. He does get to rampage for a bit, but Avarita tosses him aside shortly after taking her jewels from him and using their power to fully manifest. He starts throwing a rabid tantrum in the few seconds between getting hit and being knocked out.
  • Greed: His main motivation, apart from petty revenge.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: His movements caused the rubble to collapse on him, the rubble of which he created upon releasing the primal beast.
  • Knife Nut: His weapon of choice. Stabs the guard and Altos with it.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: His role in betraying Mary forced her to flee with a stolen jewel. Without it, Avaritia remained dormant for many years until Mary returned. Releasing the primal beast also alerted the higher ups, who have sworn to fix the management and infrastructure, hopefully making it better for everyone in Sidheros Island.
    • He was also responsible for snapping Galthazar out of his madness by forcing him to kill Syr with his own hands. This forced Altos to retaliate, getting stabbed by Clayus in the process. Although Galthazar hurt Syr, upon seeing the injured Altos, Galthazar ultimately sided with his love of his family over his greed of jewels, renouncing Avaritia completely.
  • Noodle Incident: Supposedly wanted revenge over those who made fun and looked down upon him, although we never really get to see any evidence of it at all in the story. It’s also hinted that he has no sense of self-worth however, so it’s entirely possible that he’s trying to get back at people in the most vicious possible ways for sleights against him that he’s only assumed happened, all behind his back.
  • Obviously Evil: As if his his black eyes didn't tip you off already.
  • Sadist: Torments Syr with the information that the soldiers are about to do a mass roundup just to revel over the kid's anguished face, while witholding the fact that he told Galthazar about it.
  • The Sociopath: Even the mafia knows how dangerous he is.
  • The Unfought: The fight goes to the primal beast he released instead.

     Avaritia 
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The Primal Beast of Avarice and the main driving force of Galthazar's madness. It is the main antagonist of "The Inner Light" event.


  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Inflicts this on Galthazar, albeit oddly enough, only regarding jewels.
  • Greed: It is Avarice itself.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Especially when a primal beast named after one of the seven deadly sins is out to unleash chaos to the world.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: It is normally sealed in a large gemstone, while its power fragments are sealed in various other jewels. It manages to find an outlet through Galthazar.

     Kenji 

Voiced by: Nobutoshi Canna

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A scientist in charge of creating the abominations. He served as the antagonist of the first Robomi event.


  • Antagonistic Offspring: Not at first. His original motivation was to give Abominations for Robomi to fight if and when she awakened, instead of potentially being used as a Person of Mass Destruction for a country. However, when he witnessed Robomi becoming more human-like around Nicholas and the crew, he became envious and resentful since Megumi, his mother, sacrificed herself to become Robomi and he was raised without any parents as a result.
  • Heel–Face Turn: In Robomi Z and Robomi: Generations, he returns on Nicholas' side.
  • Parental Abandonment: His father died and his mother sacrificed herself to save the people around her.

     Bonito 
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A legendarily delicious fish living in the blue seas of Auguste. It is however extremely hard to catch, and if you barely fail to catch it, it'll remember... and be really pissed at you. Catching one is the plot of "Balmy Breeze and Foamy Deep".


  • Call a Smeerp a "Rabbit": Like the real life bonito, it looks similar to tuna. Everything else about it is pure fantasy hilarity.
  • Hidden Badass: It's really, really strong fish. Based on its reputation, the crew were expecting it to be tough to catch, not hardcore enough to almost capsize their boat and fight a good fight with the current party, before even reaching its true power.
  • Hulking Out: After Jin almost catches it, the Bonito becomes "The Revenge of Bonito", a massive, spike-covered fish. It's said to be even more of a delicacy if caught in this state, but it also jumps from abnormally strong fish to legitimate threat to an entire crew of skyfarers.
  • Impossibly Delicious Food: Though it at least needs a damn good cook to prepare it.

     Veselago 
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A mysterious beast washed ashore and hatched inside Medvecia Island. It is the antagonist of the "Fall of the Dragon" event.


  • Chained by Fashion: Its limbs are bound as it is kept inside the castle.
  • The Dog Bites Back: Vampires merely thought it was just a stray beast that hatched from a crimson egg, so they decided to lock it inside Medvecia Castle as it is technically an outsider of the island. Little did they know, Veselago is a primal beast with an agenda of its own.
  • Light Is Not Good: Sure, it can shine bright as a floodlight, but this is merely a part of its darker powers.
  • Madness Mantra: Veselago and its summoned doppelgangers scream "More soldiers!" or a variant of it, as they try to re-enact the War wherein their Astral masters lost.
  • Manipulative Bastard: By making clones of other characters, it can eventually Frame-Up the innocent, to the point where it almost drove the vampires to panic and impose death penalty on each other.
  • Master of Illusion: Brings forth Shadow Doppelgangers of those who are shone by its light.

     Skadi 
Skadi is the anger and hatred shed by Scathacha, then known as Deirdre, which had manifested a physical form. It serves as the primary antagonist of the event "Hero's Return".

It later re-appears, seemingly revived in the 5★ Episode of Seruel, with the Irestill Knights and Scathacha teaming up once again to defeat Skadi.


  • Dead Person Impersonation: Takes the appearance of the deceased King Connor just to mock and break Seruel, lying about how the king hated him as a son.
  • Grand Theft Me: As Scathacha was coming close to getting a new body in the final chapter, Skadi was drawn to it and attempted to steal it for itself, even when Scathacha's core was already inside it.
  • Paint It Black: Unlike Deirdre's other bodies which are white, Skadi is colored black.
  • Wrath: The physical manifestation of Deirdre's anger.

     Guzaletha 

Voiced by: Kazuhiro Yamaji

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The leader of the Odajumoki gang. He is the antagonist of the event "Gripping Freedom".


  • Face–Heel Turn: He was originally one of the founders of the Society which Zeta, Vaseraga, Beatrix and Eustace are a part of, but the organization soon strayed from it's original purpose and he left as a result.
  • Killed Off for Real: One of the few event antagonists so far to actually die.
  • Parental Substitute: To Skull and the rest of the Odajumoki Gang. He treats them as his children. Though he wasn't very nice with Balurga simply because she is originally a woman.
  • We Used to Be Friends: With Alandus as the two worked together during the Society's beginning but drifted apart as Guzaletha became disgusted overall with what the Society had become.

     Lady Katapillar 
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Katalina who was transformed into a robot by Vira. She serves as an unwitting pawn of the event, L.E.T.S. H.A.N.G.


See the Granblue Fantasy Unknown page for the playable version of Lady Katapillar and Vira.

     Reinbach 

Voiced by: Nobuo Tobita

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A master criminal, renowned for his shady deals in the black market. He is the antagonist for the "Detective Barawa and the Unfortunate Fortune" event.


  • The Faceless: His face is always framed in shadow. Averted in his Valentine cardnote , where his face is clearly seen.
  • Master of Disguise: He's incredibly skilled at disguising himself. In fact, he keeps a disguise on him at all times.
  • Red Baron: He's known as the Merchant of Death.
  • Sadist: He revels in other people's pain and suffering, which is why his final trap is a Sadistic Choice to see what Chat Noir will do.

     Frankurt 

Voiced by: Bucky Koba

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A mysterious, always smiling giant. He regularly attacks a mountain village to steal their cattle. The antagonist of the Idolmaster Cinderella Girls crossover event, "Snowy Mountain Story".


     Aglovale 

Voiced by: Tatsuhisa Suzuki

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Percival's brother and currently the Lord of Wales. He is the antagonist of the event "Between Frost and Flame".


     Maddie 

Voiced by: Hisao Egawa

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A sky racer who was formerly the champion until Meteon's debut. He is the antagonist of the event "Platinum Sky".


  • It's Personal: Has a huge grudge on Meteon for winning against him.
  • One-Winged Angel: During the final chapter, he goes over the limit of his transformed vehicle form and turns into Maddie Blast Form.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: Well somewhat. His only interest in joining the race is revenge against Meteon. Even if he does go to the underworld to achieve it.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: After he has a falling out with the officials responsible for fixing the race, he's rigged to go berserk and then explode, one powerful enough to wipe out everyone if he makes it to the finish line.

     Yurius 

Voiced by: Hidenobu Kiuchi

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A knight of Levin who tricked Albert in unsealing the Astral Void Lacrima and killed the king. He is the antagonist of the event "Eye of the Storm"


     Mordecai 

Voiced by: Makoto Yasumura

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An undead duelist who is (sort-of) accidentally summoned in the Shadowverse crossover event, "Duelist of Eternity".


  • Blood Knight: His eternal desire for duels are still going strong even in this game. He even willingly took on an entire Erste Empire platoon all by himself and won without any major hindrance.
  • Flaming Sword: His right-hand blade is imbued with flames, which also engulf (or come from) his entire arm.
  • Fluffy the Terrible: He was given the nickname Morty (Mort-chan in Japanese) by Luna.
  • Flunky Boss: After Luna inserts a certain gem inside Mordecai's armor, he gained the ability to summon Clay Golems to fight alongside him. This worsens the problem of the crew being unable to stop him in his rampage, but gets shortly inverted when he regains his sanity, with the golems attacking the soldiers instead.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He is first introduced as a Blood Knight searching for worthy opponents, but this is due to him being insane in mistaking any strong individual as his rival. Once he regains a bit of his sanity and memories though, he helps the crew in keeping away the Erste soldiers just to keep Luna safe.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Back when he was alive, he voluntarily protected both his rival and the woman they both were in love with in a Last Stand, hoping that one day he can settle the score with his rival.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: With Luna in the collaboration event.
  • Mythology Gag:
  • Resurrective Immortality: Every time he's defeated, he just reforms again and proceeds to start the battle anew.
  • Sanity Slippage: Due to his aforementioned desire for duels (specifically, with his rival), he eventually starts mistaking any competent fighter as him, which includes the main character.

     Psycho Vira 

Voiced by: Asami Imai

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Psycho Vira
Psycho Vira MK II 

Vira who, out of jealousy, transformed into a giant robot to take out Lowain. She serves as the final boss of the event, "Table for Six". She later appears in a new form during the sequel "A Walk on the Wild Side".


  • All Just a Dream: Another figment of Lowain and his friend's dreams, although Korwa, Sutera and Lamretta may have dreamt her as well.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: Her jealousy for Lowain towards Katalina caused her to transform into a giant robot.
  • Overly Long Name: For her appearance in "A Walk on the Wild Side" - Adaptable Anti-Playboy Awsum Sauce Combat Gear Mecha Psycho Vira MK II... In short, just have Psycho Vira MK II.
  • Robot Me: A delusion of Lowain with Vira as a giant mecha.
  • Shout-Out: Many of her attacks invoke the Super Robot Genre.
  • Yandere: Her devotion to Katalina is so deep, she transforms into a giant robot just to kill anyone, especially Lowain, in her path.

     Vyrn? 

Voiced by: Rie Kugimiya

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Another Vyrn from an alternate universe. He serves as the main antagonist of the April Fools' Day event in 2017, titled "Big Bad Shadow" and its reruns in the succeeding years.


  • Badass Boast: He certainly gloats on his strength and the "puny" attempts of the characters fighting him as long as Katalina? is not in sight. One of his menu quotes in the 2018 re-run even has this gem:
    Anyone among you who has a death wish? Please form a line...
  • Doomy Dooms of Doom: The names of his three Charge Attacks; Laser Beam, Ragnarok Blast, and Spirit Bomb all end in "of Doom".
  • Marathon Boss: He has the highest HP on his debut in-game, beating out even the Impossible version of Proto Bahamut. Beating him has taken even dedicated high level players over an hour.
  • No-Sell: He simply shrugs off the Charge Attacks of Katalina, Jin, Ferry, Rosamia, and Vania during the event's prologue cutscene.
  • Super Mode: His first super form in-battle is "Macho Vyrn" where he becomes bulkier, larger and muscular, where he fights using his fists and several attacks inspired by Dragon Ball. 2019 included a new difficulty where he can also switch into his "Speed Form" mid-fight, which makes him slender and faster.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: In an event battle, Katalina?'s charge attack instantly knocks him out as her iron grip is the only thing that can truly subdue him.

     Paracelsus 

Voiced by: Masaki Terasoma

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A high official from the Alchemist Guild of Helmuth. He serves as the main antagonist of the event, "Alchemist Astray".
  • For Science!: He is only interested in furthering research about alchemy and only alchemy. Even in his loss, he is only impressed as he gathers enough data for alchemy to advance.
  • Named After Someone Famous: He is named after one of the famed figures in Alchemy, Paracelsus himself.
  • The Unfought: Lets others and his weapon fight the party rather than himself personally.
  • Villain: Exit, Stage Left: He escapes at the end of Alchemist Astray, vowing to appear again once he's analyzed the data he's gathered.
  • Xanatos Gambit: In a way. Although his ultimate goal to assimilate Cagliostro into the Philosopher's Stone failed and his weapon got destroyed, he was perfectly satisfied with the data he has collected.

     Albedo / Nigredo / Alpheus 

An incomplete Philosopher's Stone created and weaponized by Paracelsus. It serves as a Recurring Boss of the event, "Alchemist Astray".


  • The Blank: Its normal appearance has no eyes, ears, lips or hair.
  • Ditto Fighter: Has copied both Clarisse and Cagliostro at two different points in the event.
  • Evil Counterpart: Not as itself, but Alpheus has a charge attack called Ars Magnus, contrasting Cagliostro's Ars Magna, particularly the summon version. While the former deals light damage and a secondary Non-Elemental damage, the latter deals dark damage and provides the party a set of buffs.
  • Gameplay and Story Integration: Nigredo is said to be able to decompose anything. In its raid battle, its charge attack is able to reduce the party's charge bar by 30%.
  • I Have Many Names: Justified. It's an animated Philosopher's Stone and doesn't actually have a name. Rather, the names were used to indicate which stage it is undergoing before it becomes a completed Philosopher's Stone. Alpheus is the exception, but only because it's the name of the pre-existing primal beast that eventually takes over the stone.
  • Light Is Not Good: Especially as Alpheus who has a light-based background.
  • Make Them Rot: Nigredo's main ability is to (slowly) decompose anything within its vicinity. This includes itself, although this is apparently a natural progression into becoming a true Philosopher's Stone.
  • Man of Kryptonite: Philosopher's Stone is highly effective against alchemized materials, such as Cagliostro's body, weakening her for most of the event. This ceases to be an issue once Cagliostro makes a new body out of the remains left behind by Nigredo's destruction.
  • Mega Manning: Absorbs alchemy to the point it can imitate Clarisse and Cagliostro, albeit poorly.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Alpheus is a primal beast that was absorbed by the Philosopher's Stone by the end of the event. However, we know very little about it even after beating it, neither is it absorbed by Lyria nor does it appear as an obtainable summon.

     Pink Creature 

Voiced by: Nao Touyama

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A mysterious, er, something that threatens a peaceful village with the ability to spread an aroma which will eventually cause a piñombie outbreak. She serves as the main antagonist of the Idolmaster Cinderella Girls crossover event, "Piña Hazard".
  • Anti-Villain: Type II. All she wanted was to become an idol, but other people thought she looked ridiculous. She eventually found the means to make the others idolize her, and swore revenge on those who made fun of her.
  • Deadly Lunge: One of her attacks has her doing this. It looks more like a glomp rather than a lunge associated with zombie stories, but it's quite damaging, gameplay-wise.
  • Fog of Doom: How she spreads her piñombification gas. Players of Resident Evil 6 would recognize this method as similar to Lepotica. Considering the event is an Affectionate Parody to the Resident Evil series, this might be an intentional homage.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: For a lack of better word, she looks ridiculous. However, her ability to dispense airborne gas that made other people into piñombies that follows her orders is surprisingly powerful. It manages to infect an entire village and requiring the Grancypher to spread the cure from above to eradicate it completely.
  • Zombie Apocalypse: Her gas can cause this, but it's parodied. Okay, so it's actually piñombie apocalypse, but the piñombie she creates behaves just like a zombie. In a twist, it can be cured with the scent of a local yuzu-like plant (christened "Kitami Herb" by Shiki as a nod to her fellow idol Yuzu Kitami).

     Gizalugim 
A former member of the now defunct Odajumoki gang, he leads other former members to terrorize the seas of Benthic Island. He serves as the main antagonist of the summer event, "Poacher's Day".
  • The Chessmaster: A feat considering the gang he commands are full of idiots.
  • Did You Actually Believe...?: Upon hearing that the situation in the "Poacher's Day" event is becoming dire, Gizalugim barges into the meeting of the skyfarers and fishermen. He then tricks Arma into revealing where the Queen Sea Urkin is kept by promising that the poachers would temporarily help in their problem... and mocks him afterwards for believing in such an obvious lie.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: For the guy who claimed he accounted for his gang's idiocy, he didn't account for their idiocy to turn against him.
  • Out-Gambitted: And HOW! The crew, the Eternals and the fishermen were able to cooperate together in a grand fashion that he was eventually defeated so thoroughly.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: Exploited. He was smart enough to account for his underling's stupidity and his plans revolved around it.
  • Xanatos Gambit: Even as he was captured, he managed to catch the fishermen off-guard by disrupting the natural reproductive cycle of the sea urkins, forcing them to lay eggs weeks earlier than normal. This would then cause a chain reaction forcing the queen to lay its eggs, potentially destroying the ecosystem through overpopulation, and eventually lead Auguste's economy to plummet. On top of that, he also managed to heavily injure Arma, the one person capable of hunting down the queen. As no one else was willing, this would allow Gizalugim and his men to escape sentence under the promise of hunting it down.

     Time Retrograde Army 

Enemies of the Touken Danshi whose purpose is to alter history to their favor. They serve as one of the main antagonists of the event, "Katsugeki TOUKEN RANBU: Fate Horizon".


  • Big-Bad Ensemble: Alongside Amatsumaula.
  • Non-Elemental: The raid version is a variation, as its attacks deal elemental damage, but it itself doesn't have any elemental strength or weakness when taking damage.
  • Outside-Context Problem: Although they're not as much of a threat as anything the protagonists have dealt with before, they do literally come out of nowhere.

     Amatsumaula 
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A primal beast, worshipped as the god of weapons and the forge. It serves as one of the main antagonist of the event, "Katsugeki TOUKEN RANBU: Fate Horizon". He would later appear again in the first Proving Grounds as the fire boss.


  • Big-Bad Ensemble: Alongside the Time Retrograde Army.
  • Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors: The version that appears in the bonus special quest where you fight it with just the playable Touken Danshi takes this to an extreme. When it takes on the aura of an element, only attacks from the element it's weak to will deal any appreciable damage. The trick to defeating it in this quest is saving up the characters' offensive skills to break it out of that aura for a couple turns so everyone can wail on it at full strength.
  • Man of Kryptonite: As a god of weapons, it's this to the Touken Danshi, since they're weapons themselves. Anyone who attacks it is sapped of strength to the point of immobility, and prolonged exposure risks being consumed by it like what happened to Mikazuki. The only one exempt from this is Yamanbagiri.
  • Non-Elemental: Same as the Time Retrograde Army, this applies in its raid version. Its attacks deal damage in a random element, though it itself has no inherent strengths or weaknesses.
  • Playing with Fire: Apart from being the primal beast of the forge, it also has a team-wide charge attack which also causes burning. It's visually seen as a fire attack, although it can be of any element as well.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Its temple houses a sealing sword, which prevents it from using its powers. Just being in close proximity of it partially incapacitates it.

     Baldir 

Voiced by: Eiji Takeuchi.

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A man who once came from the same village as Ezecrain. He serves as the antagonist and driving force of the event of "Violet Violence".


  • All the Other Reindeer: His lack of magical affinity with the amethyst left him feeling left out from everyone else, even Ezecrain and as he is singled out for it, it left a psychological scar and eventually led him to conduct forbidden research about the crystals.
  • Body Surf: When he was killed in the village conflict, his consciousness transferred into the crystal of beginnings. Later, he attempts to control Salria for himself, due to her connection to the crystal.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: When it seemed like Ezecrain threw his chains at Salria, he immediately escaped back into the Crystal of Beginnings. However, he didn't realize Ezecrain already intended to destroy the crystal itself and thus killing him as well.
  • Killed Off for Real: He is one of the few antagonist to actually die.
  • Posthumous Character: Introduced in Ezecrain's flashback as one of the villagers who died. Apparently, this was actually not the case.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Event Ezecrain's second fate episode reveals that it's quite possible that an entity known as the Foe was pulling the strings and influenced Baldir into starting a war. The crew later finds some evidence which could support this claim.

     Ninetails / Ninpress 

Voiced by: Noriko Uemura

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A fox that is referred to be a benevolent beast according to Yuel and Societte. It is, in reality, a beast created by mages in the past and later sealed. It served as the antagonist of the event, "Forgiveness and Gratitude".


  • Alien Arts Are Appreciated: She was enthralled by the nine families beautiful dancing. Enough to bless them with some of her power.
  • Evil Is Petty: Brought death and destruction during her life because all life existing without submitting to her disgusted her.
  • The Heartless: Was created using negative emotions.
  • Kitsune: Her appearance is based on this.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: Spent her life tormenting others for not being blessed by her, only to have the families she did bless use that power to seal her away.
  • Meaningful Name: Her real name is an amalgam of 'Nine' and 'Empress'.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Was sealed away by the first family into three pieces. Two being brought together released her.
  • Vindicated by History: In-Universe example where in an attempt to gain power, the ninth royal families had lied about the Ninetails being a benevolent god when it's anything but in a bid to rise in power. It went as well as expected with a majority of the nine families being killed save for a few.

     Female Titan (Spoiler Character For Attack On Titan) 

Annie Leonhart

Voiced by: Yu Shimamura

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A graduate of the 104th Training Corps who became part of the Military Police Brigade. She serves as the antagonist for the Attack on Titan collaboration event, "Titanic Yeager".


  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: The daily skits as you open the event banner has her talk longingly of her father.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: In a similar vein to her source material. She doesn't seem to have much of a choice with the mission entrusted to her and in this event, felt inspired and also sad hearing about what Katalina did to save Lyria.

     Neutronon 

Voiced by: Kanehira Yamamoto

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An Astral that died during the war only for his corpse to be forcefully resurrected by the people of the moon as their agent in the Skydoms. Serves as the antagonist and driving force of the event, "Right Behind You".


  • Back from the Dead: Brought back by the moon dwellers.
  • Body Horror: What is left of his dead corpse is but his arms and upper body with a face that is nearly all skull.
  • Dropped a Bridge on Him: Regardless of whether the player chose to deactivate him or not at the end of "Right Behind You", he is revealed in "Second Advent" to be completely taken apart by Alandus for research.
  • Forced into Evil: He has no actual desire to serve the people of the moon, but as long as they control his corpse he must carry out their will.
  • The Heavy: He is the main one controlling the Automagods encountered in the story, but is nothing more than an unwilling agent for the moon dwellers will.
  • I Cannot Self-Terminate: He asks Gran/Djeeta and the Society to end his life since he cannot, even offering a small bit of info on what his puppetmasters seek before death.

     The Foe 
A group of individuals that sow discord among the Phantagrande Skydom and beyond. Later identified in the "Right Behind You" event as dwellers of the moon, they serve as the Greater-Scope Villain of several events and the main villain of an overarching storyline fighting against the Society.
  • Big Bad: Serves as such for most events involving the Society and meddle further in areas the Society has not noticed yet.
  • The Ghost: They are never physically seen, even after they are identified as moon dwellers in "Right Behind You".
  • Greater-Scope Villain: They are the instigator of the tragedies that affected several event antagonist and playable characters such as Grueler from "A Peace Of The Pie", Baldir from "Violet Violence" and Ezecrain, whose home was destroyed because of their actions and how it affected Baldir. They are also related to the underground research lab that provided Maddie the means to win against Meteon in "Platinum Sky".
  • Precursors: Their civilization rivals the Astrals in age, though the only traces of their presence are the various weapons appropriated by the Society and their base on the island of Moon Silver.
  • Sdrawkcab Speech: Their speech is rendered as rearranged Japanese/English, though the actual sound is merely the screeching of machines.

     Joya 
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A primal beast that seals away impurities of the sky realms denizens. It serves as the antagonist of the "Auld Lang Syne" events and "Auld Lanxiety".


  • 108: Per Japanese holiday tradition, the Joya Bell must be rung a hundred and eight times to purify it.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Literally, it's so affected by the huge amount of impurities from the realm that in Auld Lanxiety, the reason it ever attacks the heroes was because it's just so tired of sealing impurities and wants to let the world feel it's pain.
  • For Doom the Bell Tolls: Well, the Joya is a bell, and every time it releases impurities from the sky, it lets its presence known by sounding loud bell rings.
  • Gameplay and Story Integration: Just like Japanese holiday tradition, the Joya bell must be rung 108 times in order to purify it. A scripted battle in "Auld Lanxiety" requires you to fight the Joya using the Divine Generals. The boss has exactly 108 HP and your attacks will only deal 1 damage per hit, which means you need to rely on your characters' multi-attack buffs in order to finish the battle quickly, all while following the tradition.
  • Humongous Mecha: When the players fight it as a Raid Boss battle.
  • Transforming Mecha: It can take the form of a giant bell when flying, but can revert into a robotic form when in combat.
  • Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: It's sick of it's duty and wants to be rid of the impurities that it has to seal... by brainwashing people with it and bringing chaos to the world.

     Tyrias 

Voiced by: Tomokazu Seki

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Humanoid Form 

An abomination with a humanoid form, specifically one that looks an awful lot like Nicholas. He is the antagonist of "Robomi Z".


  • Dub Name Change: From Desurou to Tyrias. This is mainly because his original Japanese name was a play on Shirou and death but since the localization changed Shirou to Nicholas, the connection between the two names was lost.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Quite literally. He loses the "humanoid" part when he goes One-Winged Angel.
  • Lima Syndrome: Develops this towards Airi, a human woman he captured.
  • One-Winged Angel: After the rest of the abominations turn on him, he begins absorbing them and takes on a huge, monstrous form.
  • Red Baron: "Tyrias, The Destroyer"/"Emperor Tyrias".
  • Self-Destruct Mechanism: Activates his after Nicholas and Robomi defeat him, but at the very last moment he activates his own repulsion field so that the explosion destroys him and only him.
  • What Is This Thing You Call "Love"?: Has emotions and has no idea what to do with them; he especially is conflicted over developing feelings towards Airi.

     The Culprit Daniela 
A mysterious perpetrator with motives involving Lyria and Ran Mori, and serve as the antagonist of "Detective Conan: Gears of Conspiracy".
  • Easily Forgiven: Rather easily forgiven by Carolina and Nelly despite having nearly gotten them all killed.
  • The Generic Guy: Appearance-wise, Daniela doesn't have any distinctive features, nor a unique artwork. Her in-game sprite is one of the default ones used for female Human NPCs.
  • Sympathetic Murderer: Played With. While she is no murderer and the crew can sympathize with her motives as to why she ended up being the culprit of the case, all that sympathy was lost when she was willing to get everyone else killed.
  • Walking Spoiler: As with any culprit in a mystery case, really.

     Al-Khalid 

Voiced by: Tomoyuki Shimura

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A Harvin who is well known as a trader and also a martial artist. He serves as the antagonist of the event, "A Thousand Reasons".


  • Amplifier Artifact: Al-Khalid uses a device attached to his neck which amplifies the physical strength of his body. Combined with his martial arts expertise, the device makes him a formidable foe in close-ranged combat. Near the ending of the event, Randall and Feather managed to land a sneak attack on his back, destroying the amplifier.
  • Anti-Villain: He simply wishes to have Harvins be acknowledged on being capable of other things than their smarts even if it meant having to resort to under-handed means. Such as kidnapping Sierokarte so he'd be the benefactor and organizer of the tournament.
  • Cut Lex Luthor a Check: After being defeated, he realizes that he can use the body-enhancing tech he used to cheat in the tournament, for medical purposes instead and thus be properly hailed as a hero.
  • Deconstruction: Of the Harvin as the Little People race. He wanted to be a master martial artist just like the hero in his childhood stories, but his short stature severely handicaps him against all the larger races.
  • Expy: He's essentially Rashid as a Harvin.
  • Fantastic Racism: Suffers from it in the past. As his goal to master martial arts are looked down on by many simply because he's a Harvin.
  • Final Boss: Of the Grandsky Rumble solo challenge in "A Thousand Reasons". He shares this title with Ghandagoza and Seox. He also zigzags this with Ghandagoza in the event proper: he's the actual final boss of the story proper, but the impossible raid has the crew fight Ghandagoza instead.
  • Hard Work Hardly Works: He tried to master martial arts with honest efforts, but his size proved to be an insurmountable handicap. His body nearly broke due to it, leading him to accept getting a spinal implant to surpass his limitations.
  • Square Race, Round Class: His goal is to avert this by mastering martial arts despite the severe handicaps of his size. He acknowledges that while individuals like Charlotta prove that Harvins are capable of being great warriors, he wants to prove that they are just as capable in unarmed combat.

     Archaic Gorilla 

Not actually a gorilla, but a supplement-induced illusion from chugging the Handsome Gorilla Triple Attack supplement. He's a representation of an elder Harvin with a reputable position in the artist board of Sphiria Kingdom, where a fair for illustrated storybooks is held. He's the antagonist of the event, "Handsome Gorilla".


  • Anti-Villain: The elder Harvin isn't exactly evil. He's just close-minded enough to pose a problem for the fair.
  • Graceful Loser: After the Ctk4Life circle defeated him in a passionate debate, he relents from his decision to forcibly cancel the fair. He even warned Lunalu that there will be others like him in the future, though not without encouraging her so that she can defend her views in the future.
  • Mundane Made Awesome: His boss fight is merely a fierce debate. Him turning into a gorilla is just a one-sided side effect on Lunalu's side from drinking the Handsome Gorilla Triple Attack supplement.
  • New Media Are Evil: Has this view regarding illustrated storybooks. Sierokarte retorts that even traditional novels were viewed this way when it first appeared.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Connections!: He tries to strongarm his decision to cancel the fair because he has connections to the king of Sphiria. Problem is, he makes this argument against Sierokarte, one of the most influential people on the skydom.

     Dantalion 

Voiced by: Kunihira Kawamoto

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A primal beast resembling Bahamut, he serves as the antagonist for the Persona 5 Collaboration event, "Thievery in Blue".


  • Assimilation Plot: His motive throughout the collaboration event, as he wants to take over Vyrn whom he calls as Bahamut and rule over the skies.
  • Variant Power Copying: By staying inside Vyrn, he has obtained a power of Bahamut. In his raid version, the animation for Dantalion's Skyfall is essentially taken from Bahamut's Reginleiv Recidive. But instead of the iconic 10-million Dark-elemental damage dealt by the original Skyfall, Dantalion's version only deals up to a four-digit Non-Elemental damage.

     Capo Tony 

The leader of a small mafia branch running the eal market in Cyrath Island. He and his henchmen serve as the antagonists of the event, "Bzzt! Amped-up Summer".


  • Abhorrent Admirer: Of Heles.
    Who woulda thought she was such a babe! That princess is gonna be all mine!
  • Big Bad Wannabe: Though he would normally be a threat in any other story, he is simply outclassed in the event, given that he's fighting a Badass Crew that includes at least a legendary skyfarer, two eternals, some primal beasts, a true dragon and much more.
  • Dirty Coward: Takes Heles as a hostage when it becomes apparent Yngwie will come for him, as well as try to use her as a shield as he escapes from the crew.
  • The Don: He is the Capo of the mafia branch of Cyrath Island.
  • Flunky Boss: In the Nightmare difficulty quest, he summons reinforcement Mafioso each time his henchmen is defeated. Downplayed in that he only has, and only summons, one mook at a time. Also downplayed further in the expedition minigame where he still has a henchman but doesn't summon reinforcements.
    • There is one encounter in the expedition minigame where he actually subverts this completely and is alone, but such moments are rare.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: As it turns out, hitting his ex-girlfriend is a really bad idea, especially when Yngwie happens to be in the same island as you are. Majority of his gang gets utterly decimated by Yngwie as a result.
    • It's also a really bad idea to threaten the Irestill crew, especially when right in front of Scathacha. Not to mention, abducting Heles and sending them a threatening note to taunt them. By the time the chapter ends, Scathacha personally puts him in his proper place.
  • No Ontological Inertia: Once Capo Tony is beaten in the Nightmare difficulty quest, the battle counts as a success and the reinforcement Mafioso will automatically be defeated too regardless of the latter's health.
  • Palette Swap: His portrait is a slight alteration of one of the generic bandit portraits.
  • Sadistic Choice: Forces Heles into one of these, with him either taking Heles as his bride and releasing the crew he managed to cage in, or sending the crew into a school of electric eals. Later, the crew notes that he actually doesn't intend to keep his end of the bargain even if Heles chose the former.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: The mafia's scheme to make a quick buck out of the eals not only caused a massive inflation on the island, but also caused an imbalance in the ecosystem, causing electric eals to multiply and swim towards popular tourist spots.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Initially played with, as his ex-girlfriend was just about to slap him herself thus giving him an excuse to defend himself, but quickly shows he has no qualms of hitting her to set an example.

     Nihilith 

Voiced by: Yumi Sudo

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A primal beast that serves as the antagonist of the Love Live! Collaboration event, "Aqours Sky-High".


  • Alas, Poor Villain: In-Universe. By the end of the event, Chika sympathized with Nihilith's plight and was saddened at the fact that she disappears.
  • All Love Is Unrequited: In the 5★ episode of the Aquors Second-Years, Nihilith narrates how she was able to feel love. She admired an ordinary man who called her brave and gave meaning to her battles. However, this love was only one-sided as the man fell for another girl and eventually developed a relationship with her. Nihilith then hated them both, and hated herself for being a fool.
  • Disappears into Light: Nihilith's final fate. Subverted as part of her lives within Lyria.
  • Does This Remind You of Anything?: Nihilith's Hope Crusher abilities is reminiscent of putting someone in a state of depression.
  • Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: She looks like a young pale girl with long black hair.
  • The Faceless: Nihilith's face is entirely covered by her hair.
  • Hope Crusher: Has the ability to rob people of their ability of hoping for a future or power to do anything. Such as robbing Io the hope of using magic or the captain's ability to use a sword. She was created to take away the hopes of people.
  • I Just Want to Be Special/Was Once a Man: Was initially a normal girl who approached the Astrals to make her a primal beast on her own will so she can be somebody and not just an ordinary person.
  • Meaningful Name: She is the primal beast of nihility, or in other words, nothingness.
  • What Did You Expect When You Named It ____?: When Nihilith was inquired in the 5★ episode of the Aquors Second-Years about writing a song, she suggested that the theme would be about nothingness, and she almost says this trope word-for-word when the others are dumbfounded by her answer.
    Well, what did you expect from the primal beast of nihility?

     Sho 

Voiced by: Kissho Taniyama

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A delinquent who has a rivalry with Tsubasa and son of Tandem Airborne Express's CEO. He serves as the antagonist of "The Other Side Of The Sky" event.


  • Green-Eyed Monster: He was jealous of Tsubasa who had many friends while he is alone for years after the accident caused by his father.
  • The Heavy: While the cause of the events come from an accident that costed the reputation of his father's company which heavily affected how Tsubasa and Sho grew up, it was Sho who pulled the strings of conflict throughout the event.
  • Licking the Blade: Sho licks the blade of his knife as he threatens to slit Vyrn's throat.
  • Never Bring a Knife to a Fist Fight: Sho brings out a knife after getting beaten up by Tsubasa's punches. But this trope is still in effect, as he loses anyway. Elmott even calls him out on this act.
    "Bringing knives to a fistfight is a real punk move."
  • Sins of Our Fathers: Was bullied heavily for this as a child due to the incident caused by his father's own Greed.
  • The Social Darwinist: A part of his character, or as he quotes it, "The weak are the meat the strong do eat".
  • Trauma Conga Line: After the accident, he lost his friends left and right because of what his father did and tried to endure the bullying he got for it but as the years gone by, it got too much that when his father told him to chin up after a very bad day, it's any wonder that he snapped.

     Cockeyed Man 

A goon hired by the radical faction of the Mining Association. He serves as the primary antagonist of the event, "Make Up and Go".


  • Drill Tank: He rides the Heavy-Duty Mining Excavator as the final boss of the event.
  • The Generic Guy: He looks just like the typical bandanna-wearing thugs you encounter in numerous quests, without any unique features to distinguish him.
  • "Get out of Jail Free" Card: He managed to get out of prison after the attempted arson thanks to his faction leader. He wasn't so lucky the second time.
  • The Heavy: His boss in the Mining Association is the real Big Bad, but he's the one who directly threatens the heroes and the foundry they're trying to establish.
  • No Name Given: He's just known as the Cockeyed Man.
  • No Ontological Inertia: In the chapter 3 fight, if he is taken down, the goon he's with will also automatically be defeated regardless of his health.
  • Not What I Signed on For: On the recieving end of this from two of his lackeys. They're willing to threaten Dan into abandoning the foundry and extort him out of the foundry's funds, but once the Cockeyed Man decides to burn the foundry anyway (with at least two young girls still inside) they decide to return the stolen money and get a more legit job somewhere else. Later they end up coming back and end up cutting off their former boss's escape and get hired as the foundry's permanent bodyguards.

     Pisard 

Voiced by: Hiroki Takahashi

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A being from the Dotsuku Zone revived by the Erste Empire's Dark Essence, still aiming to revive the Dark King and take revenge at the Pretty Cure, he serves as the antagonist for the "Pretty Cure: Memories of the Sky" collaboration event.


  • Divide and Conquer: Manages to separate everyone in the final battle. The heroes only managed to get back together thanks to the intervention of Vyrn powered up by Queen of the Garden of Light.
  • Living Memory: Weaponizes it. After stealing Lyria's journal, he has the Zakennas possess her memories of the first four primal beasts they encountered, as well as the hydra that killed the captain in the game's prologue.
  • Revenge: Once he learnt of the Pretty Cure's being in the sky realm, he ends up being personally involved in the battle of retrieving Lyria and wants revenge.
  • This Cannot Be!: Defeating him has him shout this line.
  • The Unfought: Not himself, but rather the Zakenna-possessed Grandcypher.

     Restaurant Manager 
The manager of a rival restaurant, Ristorante Nuovo, who serves as a minor antagonist of the event, "Welcome to Bistro Feendrache".
  • Bullying a Dragon Knight: All of the thugs he sent are easily dispatched by the knights without even requiring a battle sequence whatsoever.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: He was getting jealous of the fact that Bistro Feendrache was attracting customers away from his own restaurant.
  • Jerkass: He is nothing but condescending to Jack and his restaurant.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: His actions actually made things better for the Bistro:
    • The first time he sent thugs to make a ruckus within the restaurant, an old man and loyal customer of the Bistro passionately announced just how good the new recipe was, boosting the Bistro's reputation.
    • When he bribed the Bistro's old staff, it only made them realize just how important the restaurant is for them and returned working for Jack.
    • When a thug successfully sabotaged the flan, it only managed to give Siegfried an idea of making another gourmet dessert and giving Savarin the Bistro's full approval.
  • No Name Given: Is only referred to as the restaurant manager of Ristorante Nuovo.
  • Plot-Irrelevant Villain: The event would actually have resolved itself even without his involvement.

     Corwell 

Voiced by: Setsuji Sato

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An outlaw responsible for killing Sevilbarra's sister. He serves as the antagonist of Sevilbarra's character arc and the event "Reflections of a White Clover".


  • Ax-Crazy: Being possessed by the demon blade does that to one's sanity.
  • The Heavy: He drives the conflict of Sevilbarra and Krelkulkil's respective pursuits of revenge, but he wasn't the final boss.

     Voracicat 

Voiced by: Mitsuaki Kanuka

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A Primal Beast that feeds on knowledge and people. It serves as the boss for the Princess Connect! collaboration event "Dinner at the Turned Table".


  • Eaten Alive: What it does to its helpless victims just to gather information. Worse, they are still kept alive inside its belly.
  • Fat Cat: A sophisticated overweight cat.
  • Fork Fencing: Uses a large pair of a spoon and fork in battle.

     Alandus 

Voiced by: Akio Ohtsuka

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One of the Society founders and its head researcher. He merges with Automagod Pyet-A, Cassius' spear, Yek, and the seal weapon, Embrasque, to become a new automagod, Versatile. He serves as the true antagonist of the event, "Second Advent".


  • Affably Evil: He is actually quite pleasant and modest when he talks to the Society members. Subverted later when he drops all pretense all for the sake of his dream.
  • A God Am I: His ultimate goal was to use the superior technology of the moon to ascend to what he saw as a higher form of existence. What he actually wanted after achieving it is unclear as the conflicting cores of himself, Embrasque, and Pyet-A, and his amplified ego causes Versatile to go on the rampage in Site Zero.
  • Enemy Summoner: Both with his manikins recently introduced as new Society cannon fodder and the moon's drones once he gets ahold of Cassius' spear.
  • Evil Genius: His intellect was brilliant enough to intuit various pieces of moondweller technology that no skydweller would've even begun to think of, and had previously provided the Society with most of its armaments and devices.
  • Gory Discretion Shot: His human body's final fate with his head messily dissected to extract his brain for merging with Pyet-A and entirely shadowed. Eustace tells Lyria not to look, and everyone's reaction is disgust.

     Machorilla 

Voiced by: Kentaro Ito, Hiroki Yasumoto

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Another figment of the Lowain bros' imagination, introduced as a boss in "A Walk on the Wild Side".


  • All Just a Dream: Like Psycho Vira, he is merely imagined by Lowain and his bros to help in Lunalu's draft.
  • Fusion Dance: A combination of the Titan (a.k.a. Macho) and the Gorilla summons.
  • Suddenly Voiced: Part for being an imagination by comic relief characters, the Machorilla is voiced only in this event.

     Geo 

Voiced by: Natsuki Hanae

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A primal beast accompanied by a small black dragon. He served as the antagonist for the event "Primal Resonance".


  • A Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Read: Baal entered Geo's consciousness to know what exactly Geo is. The sight and sounds of countless egos within one body forced Baal to purposely exit the mind-reading.
  • Anti-Villain: Manifested with noble goals that conflict with the interests of the protagonists.
  • The Assimilator: As he is created from the desire of despairing primal beasts who wish for balance, Geo's motivation is to assimilate the cores of primal beasts into himself, aiming to become a very powerful entity that no longer fears being hunted by mortals.
    You see... I want us all to be one.
  • Call-Back: His goal of keeping balance is what tips the protagonists of the fact that Geo is somehow related to Zooey in one way or another since she also mentions her goals several times in the past, to which the game emphasizes by presenting flashbacks to Zooey after the trio just figured it out.
  • Cryptic Background Reference: He screams "Cosmos" before fleeing the scene. Lyria notices the oddity, as "Cosmos" isn't someone introduced so far in the game's expanding lore.
  • Double Entendre: Keeping with his motivation of assimilating primal beasts into himself, Geo's offer for Medusa comes out as this, especially since he views the gorgon sisters as a rare breed. Medusa compares it to a disgusting love proposal instead.
    I'll have you all become my soul mates too.
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: Voice aside, it would be easy to mistake him for a girl due to how much he looks like Zooey.
  • Foil: Of Zooey. Both of them share a nearly identical appearance and accompanied by a dragon. They are both created from emotions and wishes of a race but the difference comes from how they are created. Zooey is created from the wishes of the skydwellers to protect the sky realm. Geo, meanwhile, is created from the anguish and despair of the primals that have fallen. Zooey has white hair and red eyes, while Geo has blue eyes and hair. Similarly, Zooey approach keeping balance by joining the crew. Geo, meanwhile, views the main trio of Lyria, Vyrn and Gran/Djeeta, who is the singularity, as a threat that must be eliminated for the sake of his goal of ruining the balance, as the anti-thesis to Zooey.
  • Foreshadowing: While it is a subtle one, Geo has troubles pronouncing his name when asked for the first time, much like what happens to Zooey in her very first episode. This is actually serves as a clue that Zooey and Geo are related in some way.
  • Fusion Dance: As the Final Boss of "Primal Resonance", his form is an amalgamation of himself, Zaoshen, Snow White, Freyr, Euryale and Stheno.
  • Hostage Situation: Invokes this by snatching and assimilating the cores of Euryale and Stheno. In this manner, he wanted to convince Medusa to join them by being assimilated into him as well. But thanks to Baal's powers, the other two gorgon sisters are able to break free and Medusa catches both of their cores while Geo is distracted.
  • Identical Stranger: Hair and eye color asides, he is identical to Zooey. The crew also notes that the way he rambled about his duty and mission as a primal is eerily similar to how Zooey did hers when she shared what her mission is about to the crew.
  • Loyal Animal Companion: Has an unnamed black dragon perched in his arm.
  • Missed Him by That Much: When Zooey headed for the island to confront him, Geo had just left after sensing her approach towards his location.
  • Red Herring: When Geo wanders alone after catching a sight of the Captain, Lyria and Vyrn, the narration plays as though he is making a conversation with an unnamed entity labeled "???". The player would easily make the assumption that he is talking to the little black dragon in his arm. However, later chapters reveal that Geo actually has a Split Personality, and that he had been talking to himself in this scene. Even Nezha and Baal revealed that they noticed Geo change personalities mid-conversation in their initial meeting, but they did not point this out at first so as not to raise suspicions.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Just after being defeated by the crew, Geo senses Zooey approaching. Panicked, he quickly leapt into space, before Zooey arrives only a few moments later.
  • Spear Counterpart: He is more or less this to Zooey, with an inverted version of her name, appearance, and function. He even has his own version of Zooey's Peacemaker's Wings fusion transformation and his copies of Zooey's attacks like Thunder, Opposition and Gamma Ray.
  • Split Personality: He has multiple personalities which all manifested from the primal cores he absorbed.
  • Summon Magic: Geo can bring forth the Primal Beasts whose cores he had assimilated inside his body.
  • Telepathy: Is somehow able to read the thoughts of primal beasts, to which he demonstrated on Baal.
  • The Unpronouncable: He had difficulties pronouncing his name for the first time. This actually serves as a subtle Foreshadowing to his relationship with Zooey, who also did the same in her introductory episode.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: He means well for the primal beast but as he empathize with the primal beast' pain so much, he came to the conclusion that the best way for primal beast to survive and be free of their pain is to absorb their cores into his being and kill every skydweller after he did so.
  • You Bastard!: He calls out the crew for enjoying the fight against the primal beast of the island "Primal Resonance" took place (The island is heavily implied to be the same island where the Unite And Fight events took place) and disregarding how much it hurts the primals. Could also double as Breaking the Fourth Wall due to how it indirectly addresses players.
    Geo: Do you know how many times your people have come to this island? How many times they have scarred it with their wars of supremacy?

     Freyr 

Voiced by: Hikaru Midorikawa

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A primal beast that originally appeared as a gacha summon and a Unite and Fight boss, he plays a small role in “Primal Resonance” as a goon of sorts to Geo, standing out as the only one that’s not under any sort of mind control and acting of his own volition.


  • Ascended Extra: From a Gacha Summon to a Unite and Fight Boss to beat up, "Primal Resonance" establishes that he was not happy with this situation.
  • Gray Eyes: He has these.
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy: Vyrn even comments on his beautiful hair.
  • Martial Pacifist: Makes it clear that he doesn’t like to fight, but does so when left with no choice.
  • Not Brainwashed: Of the primal beasts that chose to work and fight with Geo, he seems to be the only one that chose to do so out of his own volition, much to the surprise of the protagonists.
  • Uncertain Doom: After he’s defeated, his core gets absorbed into Geo. As the event ended on a Sequel Hook it’s unknown if he’s still alive or if he’s been fully assimilated into Geo’s being.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Believes Geo can bring peace to the world and the primals which is why he chooses to work with him.
     Fake Zero 

Delfina Angell

A person impersonating as Zero throughout the sky realm some time after Lelouch, C.C, Kallen and Suzaku's arrival and kidnapped Nunnaly. The impersonator's identity is Delfina Angell, a woman from the Code Geass world who wound up in Granblue's universe and made a pact with primal beast Magnesia. They serve as the antagonist for the collaboration event, "Code Geass Lelouch of The Rebellion: Blue Reckoning".
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: She loved Carmen and by extension, Louisa. Louisa's death as a casualty among Zero's actions and Carmen's insanity motivated to her revenge.
  • Frame-Up: Impersonated as Zero to catch Lelouch's attention.
  • Revenge: On Zero, meaning, Lelouch. Because Zero's attack cause the death of her sister Louisa and by extension, the madness of her surviving sister Carmen.
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