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This covers third-party characters that are recruitable through special Crossover events of Granblue Fantasy.

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     Shared Tropes 
  • But Now I Must Go: Most of the characters return to their respective worlds with a few exceptions.
    • The characters from "Granblue Showdown", "Titanic Yeager", and "Princess Connect Re: Dive" are the only collaboration events that is stated to be part of the same universe as Granblue Fantasy.
    • In an aversion, in "Code Geass Lelouch of The Rebellion: Blue Reckoning", Lelouch, Suzaku, and Kallen all agreed to stay in the Granblue universe along with Jeremiah and Nunnally by the end of their collaboration event. However, this is downplayed, that there is still unfinished business left back in their home world and decided to look for another way to return home.
  • Fish out of Water: How most characters react to being in a fantasy world compared to their fairly realistic original world.
  • Gameplay and Story Segregation: Most characters return to their respective worlds at the end of their event's story. However they will stay in your team as long as you fulfill their recruitment conditions during said events.
  • Guest Fighter: Due to their playability in Granblue, these Crossover characters fall under this trope, yet they will still remain playable after their events.
  • Late-Arrival Spoiler: The narration of crossover events summarize many of the third-party franchise's plot points for the sake of providing exposition to Granblue players who don't have knowledge about the other work's lore, while also casually dropping spoilers.
  • Like a Duck Takes to Water: The Tales Of characters tend to react this way because they come from similar fantasy worlds with magic and summons. Special mention goes to Ranko Kanzaki whose imaginative ramblings make her a perfect fit for the magical powers she gains in Phantagrande, despite her being a normal person.
  • Mythology Gag: Aside from their artworks being based from one of their official or iconic poses, these characters and their respective events also reference a lot of lore tidbits from their from their origin franchises.
  • Reused Character Design: The initial artworks for almost every third-party crossover character listed in this page have their designs lifted from one of their official artworks from the source franchise, but with some noticeable visual changes to match the art style of Granblue Fantasy.
  • Trapped in Another World: Most of the time, characters are transported from their respective world into the Phantagrande Skydom by use of portals, space-time cracks, or black holes opened by some unknown entity. It isn't explained how others characters arrive when portals aren't in use. They don't stay trapped forever and manage to make it back one way or another. There are a handful of exceptions:
    • The characters from the "Granblue Showdown" collaboration are shown to be living in the same universe as Granblue Fantasy.
    • The "Titanic Yeager" event as places the events of Attack on Titan on an island named Estioss, making use of the handy fact that the early portions of AoT itself take place on an island.
    • The Princess Connect Re:Dive event puts the game into a Shared Universe with Granblue Fantasy, with the Gourmet Guild explaining that Astraea, the continent the game takes place in, is rather isolated and that airships are prohibitively expensive there.

Slayers Omega

     Lina 

Voiced by: Megumi Hayashibara

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Rarity: SR
Element: Fire
Style: Balanced
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Dragon Slave

     Naga 

Voiced by: Maria Kawamura

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Rarity: SR
Element: Water
Style: Balanced
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Stone Ghost

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Granblue Fighter

     Ryu 

Voiced by: Hiroki Takahashi

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ryu_a.png

Rarity: SR
Element: Wind
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Metsu Hadoken

  • Signature Move: All of the skills he is infamously-known for: Hadoken, Shouryuken, Senpukyaku and Metsu Hadoken

     Chun-Li 

Voiced by: Fumiko Orikasa

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Rarity: SR
Element: Water
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Hosenka

     Rashid 

Voiced by: Tarusuke Shingaki

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Rarity: SR
Element: Wind
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Altair

Introduced in "Granblue Fighter", he met the Player and Lyria as they were being chased by Shadaloo. He joins the crew in the hope he'll find his long-lost friend while with them.


  • A Friend in Need: Much like in Street Fighter V, he is searching for his friend and gladly helped the player and his crew.
  • Ass-Kicking Pose: He does this when doing a charge attack/skill activation
  • Badass Arm-Fold: When triggering his charge attack, as he floats in the air doing this while pelting his opponent.
  • Blow You Away: His element and he literally creates mini tornadoes in his skills.
  • Everything's Better with Spinning: The act can even crate a mini-tornado around him, as seen in his Skybound Art.
  • Nice Guy: He immediately tries to help the player when he sees that they're in trouble.
  • Nice Hat: He wears a plain white keffiyeh.
  • Tornado Move: When doing his Charge Attack.

     Karin 

Voiced by: Aya Endo

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Rarity: SR
Element: Fire
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Hadorokushiki Hasha no Kata

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Cinderella Fantasy

     Rin Shibuya 

Voiced by: Ayaka Fukuhara

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Never Saber
Rarity: SR
Element: Water
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Iolite Blue, Vault of Heaven (5★ Upgrade)

One of the three idols introduced in "Cinderella Fantasy: Girls On A Quest". She, Uzuki, and Mio are abruptly transported to the world of Phantagrande where they meet the main character.


  • Heroes Prefer Swords: She uses a sword and is the main character for two of the Idolmaster events.
  • Magic Knight: Mio mentions that her costume is meant to invoke this.
  • Only Sane Man: She's the only idol who, after a while, realizes they're actually Trapped in Another World with the others still thinking that it's simply an extended production with much better effects.

     Mio Honda 

Voiced by: Sayuri Hara

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Hope Star
Rarity: SR
Element: Light
Style: Balance
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Triple Star, Six Star (5★ Upgrade)

One of the three idols introduced in "Cinderella Fantasy: Girls On A Quest". She, Uzuki, and Rin are abruptly transported to the world of Phantagrande where they meet the main character.


  • Calling Your Attacks: One of the few characters to say the name of the skill they're using outside of Charge Attacks, although it's only when using Shooting Star.
  • Firing One-Handed: Just like in her character art, she never uses her left hand while firing in battle.
  • Genki Girl: So much that her only healing skill is represented as her cheering up the party.
  • Gratuitous English: Speaks a few lines of english during battle, such as when entering as a replacement for a downed party member ("Hey hey! Let's party!") or using Shooting Star ("Come on! Shooting Star!").
  • Nerf Arm: Every character from Cinderella Girls uses tools that were originally stage props and turned into actual weapons upon being transported to Granblue Fantasy. While Mio is no exception to this, her gun does make a strange and toy-like "plunk" when being used.

     Uzuki Shimamura 

Voiced by: Ayaka Ohashi

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Smile Braver
Rarity: SR
Element: Light
Style: Balance
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Pink Lively, Fullbloom Starsmile (5★ Upgrade)

One of the three idols introduced in "Cinderella Fantasy: Girls On A Quest". She, Rin, and Mio are abruptly transported to the world of Phantagrande where they meet the main character.


     Mika Jougasaki 

Voiced by: Haruka Yoshimura

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Innocent Tamer
Rarity: SR
Element: Dark
Style: Special
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Pounding Heart, Glorious Heart (5★ Upgrade)

  • Whip It Good: Uses a whip as her weapon, and eventually it gets replaced by a chain-whip.

     Mizuki Kawashima 

Voiced by: Nao Touyama

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Rarity: SR
Element: Water
Style: Heal
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Special Mizuki Magic

     Miku Maekawa 

Voiced by: Natsumi Takamori

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Rarity: SR
Element: Wind
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Meow Meow Meow

  • Animal Motifs: Cats - From her outfit, skill names, and Charge Attack. In her Skybound art, she is accompanied by a real cat.
  • Multiple-Tailed Beast - Not actually her, but her cat outfit has two tails.

     Anzu Futaba 

Voiced by: Hiromi Igarashi

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Lazy Fairy
Rarity: SR
Element: Earth
Style: Special
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Kirari's Got It!

  • Exact Words: Whereas other characters' Charge Attacks are noted to deal damage in some element to an enemy, Anzu's simply says "Big Kirari Moroboshi to a foe", and that's exactly what it does - she makes Kirari big, and Kirari then bounces on top of an enemy.
  • Finger Gun: For some reason, her means of attacking consist of pointing at the enemy and saying "Bang!", which actually does damage.
  • The Slacker: One of the main reason why she joined the Grancypher crew; because the world she's trapped in right now does not have a place she can call home, which allows her to slack off all day, just as usual.
  • Support Party Member: Not her, but Kirari is this to Anzu. Actually, because Anzu's so much of a slacker, she lets Kirari do all the fighting while Anzu casts supportive spells sometimes, flipping the usual roles for the trope.

     Rika Jougasaki 

Voiced by: Nozomi Yamamoto

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Rarity: SR
Element: Fire
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Doki Doki Rhythm, Super Love (5★ Upgrade)

     Kanako Mimura 

Voiced by: Yuka Ootsubo

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Rarity: SR
Element: Earth
Style: Heal
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Candy Sprites

  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: Other idols like her have various powers like conjuring blue flames, enchanting swords with ice magic, or being a winged empress of the somber domains in control of dark endowment, wielding implements of destruction befitting of a fallen angel and commanding mystifying cohorts from a world beyond imagination. Kanako's power? Conjuring seemingly infinite amounts of sweets. This allows the crew to be well-fed with sweets, as well as allowing her to get along really well with Lyria.

     Koume Shirasaka 

Voiced by: Chiyo Ousaki

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Rarity: SR
Element: Dark
Style: Special
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Miserable Murder Case

  • Blood from the Mouth: Koume's Skybound Art has blood dripping from the left side of her mouth.
  • Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: Her reaction when she was taken to a burial ground to see real zombies for the first time? Gushing about it.
  • Revive Kills Zombie: Able to take advantage of this with her "The Living Dead" skill, which afflicts a target with the "Zombified" status effect. Her recruitment mission during the "Piña Hazard" crossover event is meant to demonstrate this, with a boss that uses a fire-based charge attack on the team then always follows up the next turn by healing himself for about half of his total health.

     Airi Totoki 

Voiced by: Hitomi Harada

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Pure Fighter
Rarity: SR
Element: Earth
Style: Defense
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Airi Slash

One of the two idols introduced in "Cinderella Fantasy: Girls Keep On Dreaming". She and Sachiko are transported to Phantagrande after a prop chest they find during a photo shoot comes to life and swallows Sachiko.


  • Boobs of Steel: Fits well as a Defense-type.
  • Innocent Fanservice Girl: She already wears a very revealing outfit, and has a tendency to nonchalantly undress when she feels overheated.
  • Wardrobe Malfunction: Her charge attack ends with her bust popping a button off of her top, causing it to fire off like a bullet.

     Sachiko Koshimizu 

Voiced by: Ayana Taketatsu

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Self-Proclaimed Cutest Girl in all the Skies
Rarity: SR
Element: Light
Style: Special
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Angel Alight

One of the two idols introduced in "Cinderella Fantasy: Girls Keep On Dreaming". She and Airi are transported to Phantagrande after a prop chest they find during a photo shoot comes to life and swallows her.


  • 20 Bear Asses: In the Girls Keep On Dreaming event, players needed a certain amount of materials from farming to use in the shop to buy and recruit her character. In the Piña Hazard event, you simply need to clear the "Girls Keep On dreaming" challenge battle.
  • Butt-Monkey: Poor Sachiko has it rough. She's the only idol that isn't transported to the world of Granblue in a safe or harmless manner, instead being swallowed whole by a Mimic. She then spends much of the event trapped inside, as the Mimic itself is fought over by various monsters who want to burn it in some kind of ritual.
  • Mythology Gag: Her attire is based on the Idolized Skydiving SR from her game of origin.
  • Narcissist: She considers herself to be the cutest and wants everyone to acknowledge her as the cutest in the skies.
  • Sinister Scythe: She wields one as her weapon.
  • Special Effects Failure: In-universe, she's very obviously being suspended from a pulley system, with clearly visible wires.
  • Wings Do Nothing: Her wings are just part of her costume and she needs a suspension system to "fly".

     Miria Akagi 

Voiced by: Tomoyo Kurosawa

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Rarity: SR
Element: Fire
Style: Special
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Glitter's Dream

One of the two idols introduced in "Cinderella Fantasy: Snowy Mountain Story", she and fellow idol Anastasia get teleported to a snowy mountain where their adventure begins.


  • Friend to All Living Things: As shown in the event story, she easily befriends the animals living in the forest, mainly the red pandas. This trait also allows her to understand the Jolly Giant's true feelings and mediated peace between the giant and the village.
  • Joke Character: Her tendency to disrupt your party and low stats make her gimmicky at low levels, and a liability at high levels. Though this is now disabled.
  • Lethal Joke Character: Replacing her ability to substitute a front-liner randomly, she instead has a chance to buff the entire party's attack power, making her an asset for many team lineups.
  • Playing with Fire: She becomes able to use fire magic when transported into the Sky World.

     Anastasia 

Voiced by: Sumire Uesaka

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Magic Fencer
Rarity: SR
Element: Water
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Novaya Zvezda

One of the two idols introduced in "Cinderella Fantasy: Snowy Mountain Story", she and fellow idol Miria get teleported to a snowy mountain where their adventure begins.


  • An Ice Person: Uses Ice-based skills.
  • Poirot Speak: Tends to pepper her sentences with Russian. Her Fate Episode includes her teaching some words of it to Lyria and Vyrn. Then she refers to Vyrn as a lizard in Russian, which briefly escaped Vyrn's notice.

     Ranko Kanzaki 

Voiced by: Maaya Uchida

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Crimson Night Princess
Rarity: SR
Element: Dark
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Scuro Helfiore

A fellow idol who was also transported into the Sky World. Here, Ranko can indulge in her wildest fantasies, finally allowing herself to become the demon/magical being she has always thought of herself to be.


  • Dark Magical Girl: Since she gains the ability to use magic in the world she teleported into, she's delighted to discover this and eagerly reinvents herself as the Demon Queen Bruunhilde.
  • Guide Dang It!: The process of acquiring her is lengthy and more than a little obtuse. You have to summon her first summon 666 times in order to acquire four copies of her second summon, which are used to fully uncap and level her second summon to level 100, level up seven of her fellow idols to level 50 or higher, three of which can only be obtained by investing considerable time into the Idolm@ster: Cinderella Girls game, and finally use her second summon to deal the killing blow to the six core story bosses.
  • I Choose to Stay: She tries to invoke this, claiming that she has finally seen where her true destiny lies and that her potential can only be unlocked by exploring this world further. In reality, she just wants to keep her new powers.
  • Inconsistent Dub: The translation has Ranko's demon name as either Brynhildr or Bruunhilde.
  • Inner Monologue: Still got one which reveals her inner thoughts as she talks to the crew, showing that even though she's finally realized her fantasies, she's still the young Shrinking Violet she was back on Earth.
  • Large Ham: As a summon, she has an enthusiastic monologue about her magic attack before attacking.
  • Mythology Gag: Her playable version's Skybound art is a throwback to one of her SR+ cards from Cinderella Girls.
  • Number of the Beast: Her second summon, when fully leveled, gives an HP bonus of 666 to your party.
  • Power Gives You Wings: Unlike the other idols whose fantastical appearance is justified because they're wearing outfits given to them for a photo shoot or performance, Ranko literally just grew wings and horns upon coming to the Sky World.
  • Promoted to Playable: Was originally a summon added in the first event, Girls on a Quest. There were two versions, one acquired as a drop or traded for with items, and the other given as a reward for summoning the first. She was made a playable character for the Snowy Mountain Story event which through a long and complicated process detailed above, lets you recruit her.
  • Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: She still engages in this, which is how Rin tracks her down when she hears tales of a great winged person who spoke very archaic and complicated phrases saving villages from monsters.
  • Sinister Scythe: It even has eyes and teeth.
  • Super Mode: Her third skill, Awakening Pulse grants an Awoken Mode effect that enhances all her skills. This mode cannot be reverted, even if she is revived. The catch is, it is quite tricky to pull this as it requires 10 stacks of Dark Power - She gains 1 Dark Power stack for every attack, but loses 2 every time she is hit.
  • Yin-Yang Bomb: In both of her summon versions and later in her playable version's charge attack, her attacks are a mix of Dark, Water and Fire.

     Shiki Ichinose 

Voiced by: Kotomi Aihara

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Rarity: SR
Element: Wind
Style: Special
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Arcane Aroma

One of two idols introduced in "Cinderella Fantasy: Piña Hazard". She was transported to the Sky World with Minami Nitta after smelling an unknown fragrance during a rehearsal and falling unconscious.


  • 20 Bear Asses: Like Sachiko back in the Girls Keep On Dreaming event, Shiki requires grinding out a decent amount of materials from raid battles to be traded in to recruit her.
  • Chemistry Can Do Anything: Her knowledge of chemistry is utilized in combat through her gameplay skills, creating several perfumes, serums, and potions to provide buffs for the party, debuffs and damage to enemies. In the event story, her skill and experimentation is what saves the day as she provides the cure for those afflicted by the Pink Creature's fog.
  • Let's Get Dangerous!: Shiki's normally an eccentric person. However, after Minami's Heroic Sacrifice so that she can escape, she pulls off a serious expression and almost immediately starts planning to retake her lab and concoct the cure for the piñombification gas.
  • Love Potion: Her second Fate Episode has her requesting the help of the captain, Lyria, and Vyrn in finding materials for making one - a potion that would make the drinker to immediately fall in love with Shiki, and this includes the captain. Lyria is not amused when she hears this, but then it is later revealed that the "love potion" was actually a perfume having Lyria's scent, which acts as Shiki's gift of appreciation for allowing her to join the crew.
  • The Nose Knows: Still has this even in this game, mentioning that the main character smells nice.
  • Random Effect Spell: Her third skill has her randomly create a potion that has varying effects depending on the color. Her Charged Attack, Arcane Aroma also provides a random buff.
  • Snake People: Played with - she looks like a snake person, and is able to somehow move exactly like one... with a tail that's actually just a costume (her second art even has her visibly pulling her legs out of said costume). When a little girl asks how exactly that works, she brushes the question off.

     Minami Nitta 

Voiced by: Aya Suzaki

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Rarity: SR
Element: Water
Style: Balanced
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Ljos Valhalla

One of two idols introduced in the "Cinderella Fantasy: Piña Hazard" event. Like Shiki Ichinose, she was transported to the Sky World after smelling an unusual fragrance during a rehearsal and falling unconscious.


  • The Ace: Just like in her main game, she's very good at everything she does. She mentions having learned swordsmanship from Katalina and airship maintenance from Rackam, and she also quickly picks up spearfighting from the main character. On top of that, her math skills allows her to help with a shop owner's chaotic bookkeeping.
  • All Just a Dream: The end of the Piña Hazard event has her waking up in the dressing room, having just dreamt everything involving the Sky World and piñombies. Of course, you keep her in your party regardless if you raised her loyalty enough.
  • An Ice Person: Same as her frequent partner Anastasia, at least in the sense that the Water element in this game is equated with ice as well.
  • Blade on a Stick: She uses a lacrosse stick modified into a spear as her weapon. It works surprisingly well.
  • Gameplay and Story Segregation: You could somehow still use her in the battle where she becomes piñombied in the story.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: During the event, when the piñombies break into Shiki's lab and everyone rushes to evacuate, Minami runs away from the escape ship to rescue a child who was almost accidentally left behind. She gets swarmed by more piñombies before she can make it back herself, forcing the rest of the crew to leave her behind and simply hope they can find a cure later.
  • I Know Madden Kombat: She starts to incorporate lacrosse techniques to her fighting style after the main character gave her some pointers. Her spear is similar in shape to a lacrosse stick, so this is natural.
  • Valkyries: Her outfit is meant to evoke the image of one.
  • Zombie Infectee: Nothing that serious, but after her Heroic Sacrifice, she briefly came back as a piñombie before being cured by Shiki.

A Tale of Intersecting Fates

     Milla Maxwell 

Voiced by: Miyuki Sawashiro

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Rarity: SR
Element: Fire
Style: Attack
Race: Unknown
Charge Attack: Lord of Spirits

  • How We Got Here: Her chapter in the story mode of the event shows Milla falling in the sky, just before being caught by the Grandcypher's deck. Her introductory fate episode shows how she ended up in the world of Granblue via a portal.
  • The Magnificent: Lord of Spirits

     Yuri Lowell 

Voiced by: Kosuke Toriumi

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Rarity: SR
Element: Dark
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Savage Wolf Fury

  • How We Got Here: Much like Milla, Yuri's first fate episode is a prologue of his respective chapter in the event's story, with the same premise of travelling through a portal.
  • I Will Find You: His Fate Episode revolves in his task to find his lost cat Rollo.

     Sophie 

Voiced by: Kana Hanazawa

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Rarity: SR
Element: Light
Style: Attack
Race: Unknown
Charge Attack: Critical Bladee

  • Amnesiac Hero: Sophie has a temporary case – she can't remember what she was doing before the crew found her sleeping.
  • Floral Theme Naming: Sophie is named after the Sopheria flower.note 

A Tale of Skyborn Bonds

     Stahn Aileron 

Voiced by: Tomokazu Seki

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Rarity: SR
Element: Fire
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Phoenix

     Tear Grants 

Voiced by: Yukana

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Rarity: SR
Element: Light
Style: Balanced
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Innocent Shine

     Elize Lutus 

Voiced by: Yuki Horinaka

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Rarity: SR
Element: Dark
Style: Special
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Scary-Go-Round

  • Bite of Affection: In her Fate Epiode, Teepo playfully chomps on the captain's head when you choose to side with him instead of Vyrn.
  • Living Toy: Teepo is this for Elize.

Sakura Wars: Skyblazing Maidens

     Sakura Shinguji 

Voiced by: Chisa Yokoyama

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Rarity: SR
Element: Wind
Style: Balanced
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Rising Sakura

     Erica Fontaine 

Voiced by: Noriko Hidaka

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Rarity: SR
Element: Light
Style: Heal
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Evangel

  • Combat Medic: Not only can she heal and revive your characters, she's got two machine guns as her method of attacking enemies and as an offensive skill.

     Gemini Sunrise 

Voiced by: Sanae Kobayashi

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Rarity: SR
Element: Fire
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Rumbling Wheel

Granblue Shodown

     Haohmaru 

Voiced by: Daiki Nakamura

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Rarity: SR
Element: Wind
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Tenha Fuujinzan

     Nakoruru 

Voiced by: Mai Nakahara

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Rarity: SR
Element: Light
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Apefuchi Kamui Rimuse

Duelist Of Eternity

     Arisa 

Voiced by: Kanna Yuuki

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Forest Guardian
Rarity: SR
Element: Wind
Style: Balance
Race: Unknown
Charge Attack: Silver Bolt

An elf girl who accidentally fell into a portal alongside Luna.


  • Big Sister Instinct: Focuses on finding and protecting Luna once they entered the skydom. She doesn't want to leave her alone, and puts Luna as her first priority aside from looking for Losaria.
  • Mythology Gag: The names and effects of her skills, including her passives, are taken from cards of her respective Craft/Class in Shadowverse. The Fairies she can summon also have their appearance and attacking voice lines from the card game.
  • Nature Hero: Mentions her training to become a guardian of the forest.
  • Production Foreshadowing: Her Skybound Art from this game will later on, be used as an Alternate Card Sleeve for the 12 Million Downloads Celebration of Shadowverse.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Grade B, "knee-high boots" variant.

     Luna 

Voiced by: Yui Ogura

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Rarity: SR
Element: Dark
Style: Special
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Phantom Howl

A little girl on an adventure accompanied by her undead parents.


  • Action Bomb: Her second skill Lost Heart, basically turns your allies into this. All enemies will be damaged every time an ally affected by this buff is killed.
  • Badass Adorable: Luna is the cutest Necromancer that you want be friends with... forever.
  • Berserk Button: She doesn't take the meaning of death very well. In the collaboration story, she rejects the idea of Lyria and Vyrn's claims that dead people are gone for good since her parents are with her.
  • Blue and Orange Morality: She is nice, but she makes friends by killing them.
  • Butterfly of Death and Rebirth: Her second skill provides a team buff aptly named Black Butterfly, with a matching icon. It activates when the buffed party member is killed, and will provide Luna with 1 Shadow stack.
  • Companion Cube: Still carries her favorite doll in this game. Here, it is aptly named "Luna's Friend" and players are able to slot them in their grids as "Staff" weapons.
  • Creepy Child: She acts as a normal child would, but her idea of finding a playmate is killing them and turning them into an undead spirit.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: She is a necromancer and mentions 'killing' her friends on multiple occasions, but it doesn't make her evil as she is innocent from the true meaning of the word, and just wants to have friends and adventure. Vyrn and Lyria are even surprised that she is just like a normal little girl when she joins the crew.
  • Difficult, but Awesome: In a similar way to her Shadowverse incarnation, making use of Luna's gimmicks takes a quiet long setup and planning but you will be rewarded once you get to know her gimmicks well.
  • Elegant Gothic Lolita: From her outfit in Shadowverse.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: With Mordecai during the crossover event.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: But it involves attempting to "kill and resurrect" friends. In this game, she even tries to make friends with Erste soldiers and Furias, but they are terrified of her when she mentions killing them. She easily becomes close to Mordecai though.
  • Mythology Gag: The names and effects of her skills, including her passives, are taken from cards of her respective Craft/Class in Shadowverse. Even the Ghosts summoned have their attacking voice lines and "Banished" animations taken from the card game.
  • Necromancer: She specializes in this kind of magic.
  • Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: She is not terrified of ghosts, and walking skeletons (a.k.a. Mordecai). Heck, she is even friendly towards them and offers them a chance accompany her in an adventure. In her second Fate Episode, Luna is not even afraid of the concept of death - believing that the dead is still with them (she's a Necromancer after all). Her speech motivated the deranged husband and wife to accept the death of their daughter, whom they've made a doll to "act" in her stead.
  • Team Killer: Her first skill lets her knock out any team member, which is mainly useful if you want to swap out the knocked out person for another ally.
  • Video Game Cruelty Potential: Her role as a team killer (as stated above) is useful for swapping out team members for those who are at the backline. This is gimmicky and risky at first, since you'll be losing out one party member for every usage. However, the first skill gives Luna a stack of Shadow, which allows her to easily use her other skills, or increase the damage of her Charged Attack. It doesn't end there, players who want to quickly farm Pendants with her in a team of R-SR characters can deliberately kill the main character to swap with another one since the main character is not counted for the Pendant points.

Katsugeki/Touken Ranbu Fate Horizon

     Izuminokami Kanesada 

Voiced by: Ryohei Kimura

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Rarity: SR
Element: Fire
Style: Attack
Race: Unknown
Charge Attack: Izuminokami Kanesada

  • Anthropomorphic Personification: Of the celebrated Izuminokami Kanesada blade. His weapon form also appears and can be equipped by the player.
  • But Now I Must Go: Returns to the citadel with the other Touken Danshi and Konnosuke at the end of the events main story. Doubles as Gameplay and Story Segregation as he remains a permanent member of your party if you max out his loyalty before the event concludes.
  • Flower Motifs: Cherry blossoms, as per the norm with Touken Danshi.
  • The Leader: Retains this role from the anime despite his group in the crossover being a combination of those who operated in Unit 1 as well as Unit 2, his original unit.
  • Playing with Fire: His element in this event is fire, befitting his personality.

     Mikazuki Munechika 

Voiced by: Kosuke Toriumi

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Rarity: SSR
Element: Light
Style: Balanced
Race: Unknown
Charge Attack: Mikazuki Munechika

  • Anthropomorphic Personification: Of the celebrated Mikazuki Munechika blade. His weapon form also appears and can be equipped by the player.
  • But Now I Must Go: Returns to the citadel with the other Touken Danshi and Konnosuke at the end of the events main story. Doubles as Gameplay and Story Segregation as he remains a permanent member of your party should you have finished the first part of the main story.
  • Catchphrase: yokikana, yokikana , translated as " All is well " in the English text.
  • Flower Motifs: Cherry blossoms, as per the norm with Touken Danshi. In his 3★ uncap art, as opposed to the other Touken DANSHI, his art reveals rows of cherry blossom trees behind him.
  • Dispel Magic: Has a skill that removes Status Ailment's from allies upon healing them.
  • Distressed Dude: Becomes absorbed by a Primal Beast for a majority of the event story's first part. His first fate episode details how he ended up in that situation after disappearing from his group.
  • Light 'em Up: His being a Light element character relates to how he's strongly associated with the crescent moon due to the tempered crescent shaped patterns on his blade, of which his name was derived from. As well, his light based attacks mirror those displayed by him in the Anime, as explained in the Sword Beam entry below.
  • Mellow Fellow: As per usual with the character, he remains calm even while being devoured by the enemy. He'll even laugh upon being knocked out in battle. After defeating a final boss, he'll be shown sitting and drinking tea with a calm smile.
  • Perpetual Smiler: A trait carried over from his original character. He's only seen not smiling when he gets into a serious mood.
  • Sword Beam: Carried over from his Anime counterpart, Mikazukis blade slashes take the form of golden crescent moons, most prominently in his first attack skill Goami Flash and his charge attack.
  • Uniqueness Value: The first free event SSR character in Granblue Fantasy. Also doubles as a Mythology Gag in a sense that Mikazuki was also the first character in the Touken Ranbu to have a 5-sakura petal rarity (the highest form of rarity in their game).

     Yamanbagiri Kunihiro 

Voiced by: Tomoaki Maeno

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Rarity: SR
Element: Earth
Style: Special
Race: Unknown
Charge Attack: Yamanbagiri Kunihiro


  • Anthropomorphic Personification: Of the celebrated Yamanbagiri Kunihiro blade. His weapon form also appears and can be equipped by the player.
  • But Now I Must Go: Returns to the citadel with the other Touken Danshi and Konnosuke at the end of the events main story. Doubles as Gameplay and Story Segregation as he remains a permanent member of your party if you collected and traded enough materials in the event shop to have him join you.
  • Chekhov's Gun: He's not affected quite as badly by Amatsumaula as the other Touken Danshi, actually being able to fight it alongside you for a short period even as the rest are completely immobilized. The others surmise this is because he wasn't present for the original event that dragged Mikazuki into the Sky World, thus they had some sort of link forged between them and that world. He himself, however, believes it's because he's a copy of a legendary blade, rather than the real deal.
  • Flower Motifs: Cherry blossoms, as per the norm with Touken Danshi.
  • Guest-Star Party Member: Your first fight against Amatsumaula in the event story has you and Yamanbagiri going up against it on your own, since he's the only member of his squad who's not immobilized by its power.

Cardcaptor Sakura: Sakura and the Mysterious Sky Journey

     Sakura Kinomoto 

Voiced by: Sakura Tange

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Rarity: SSR
Element: Light
Style: Special
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Windy

  • Flower Motifs: Cherry blossoms, likely due to her namesake.
  • Gameplay and Story Integration: Her unusual mechanic of being unable to attack aside from using her skills and Charge Attack makes sense when you take into account that in her home series, she doesn't actually have a standard way of attacking; she can only use the Clow Cards to fight, which is where her skills and Charge Attack come from.
  • Magic Wand: The Sealing Wand she wields. A replica can also be obtained and equipped by the player if you trade enough materials for it.
  • Mechanically Unusual Class: Like Lyria, she cannot attack and can have up to four skills total. Unlike Lyria, her charge attack does not deal any damage. This results in her requiring to use her skills, both active and passive, to help out your party. Her Extended Mastery Perks are also vastly different from the rest as they focus more on raising her health and defense so as to keep her alive and at high HP to boost the party with her active and passive skills. Despite being Human with a Special style, neither traits give her the usual perks given to similar characters.
  • Status Buff: Specializes in giving this to the player character as well as their team due to her being a non-attack type character. She also casts Status Ailment on the enemy.
  • Summon Magic: Uses clow cards and her sealing wand to summon Jump, Thunder, Watery, Flower and Windy to assist her in battle.
  • Unlimited Wardrobe: Subverted. However, a few of Sakura's iconic outfits from the original work carried over to this event as limited Skins for the character.

Titanic Yeager

     Mikasa 

Mikasa Ackerman

Voiced by: Yui Ishikawa

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/mikasa_a.png
Dawning of a New Me
Rarity: SR
Element: Wind
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Kraft für 100

  • Big Damn Heroes: She and Levi show up in order to assist the crew from the regenerating Titans.
  • Fragile Speedster: Like Levi, she receives 3.3x more damage compared to all other playable characters but can deal triple attacks per turn, and has a high dodge rate.
  • Gratuitous German: Most of her skill names:
    • Aufbegehren means "to rebel"
    • Trommelfeuer means "barrage" or more directly "drum fire"
    • Kraft für 100 means "power/strength for/of 100"
  • Ship Tease: Even in this game, she gets a bit of this trope with Eren.
    Vyrn: Eren wouldn't happen to be... your boyfriend, would he?
    Mikasa: No. We're family
    Vyrn: I don't know... Feels like a boyfriend to me.
    Mikasa: He's family
    Vyrn: You don't gonna get all defensive about it...

     Levi 

Levi Ackerman

Voiced by: Hiroshi Kamiya

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/levi_a.png
Humanity's Strongest Soldier
Rarity: SSR
Element: Wind
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Klingenwirbel

  • Big Damn Heroes: He and Mikasa show up in order to assist the crew from the regenerating Titans.
  • Fragile Speedster: Like Mikasa, he receives 3.3x more damage compared to all other playable characters but can deal triple attacks per turn, and has a high dodge rate.
  • Gratuitous German: Most of his skill names:
    • Keine Gnade means "No Mercy"
    • Riesenjagd means "giant hunt" or in this context more likely "Titan hunt"
    • Klingenwirbel means "bladewhirl"
  • Neat Freak: Just like his source material, Levi is obsessed with cleanliness. His skill fate episode opens up with him cleaning up a room and later berating the captain for not making sure that the room is really clean.
  • Not So Above It All: Even if he seemed unimpressed, he is just as awed as the Shinganshina trio when he saw a glimpse of what a city outside the walls of Estioss looked like.

SideM Fantasy: To the Skies, For Some Reason

     Teru Tendou 

Voiced by: Shuugo Nakamura

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Rarity: SR
Element: Fire
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Brightest Star

     Kaoru Sakuraba 

Voiced by: Yuuma Uchida

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Rarity: SR
Element: Water
Style: Special
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Supreme Stage

  • The Power of Rock: Kaoru sets up a solo concert to liven the spirits of the village's sickly population when he realizes that medicine is not enough. It works.

     Tsubasa Kashiwagi 

Voiced by: Taku Yashiro

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/tsubasakashiwagi_a.png
Rarity: SR
Element: Wind
Style: Balanced
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Shining Runway

Detective Conan: Gears of Conspiracy

     Conan Edogawa 

Voiced by: Minami Takayama

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Rarity: SSR
Element: Light
Style: Special
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Kicking Enhancement Shoes

  • Change the Uncomfortable Subject: As mentioned below, you are given the option to say that Shinichi is with the rest of the group while talking to Conan. The young detective's last resort is to request a piggyback ride from Barawa so that the others won't pry on the subject dealing with Conan's real connection to Shinichi.
  • Giving Someone the Pointer Finger: His initial artwork, an iconic pose taken from the source manga.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: His Fate Episode has a moment where Ran Mori would mention having a crush on Shinichi. Hearing this, Conan will uncontrollably blush, and the people in the room will immediately notice a change in his behavior. The player is then given dialogue choices when asked with what makes Conan beet red. If the player mentions that "Shinichi is with them now", Conan will unexpectedly shout, increasing the suspicions of the others.

     Tōru Amuro 

Voiced by: Toru Furuya

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Rarity: SR
Element: Wind
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Combination Blow

  • The Reveal: His Fate Episode reveals his deal with Chat Noir which also consists of other reveals, including, Chat Noir posing as Leila, Daniela being the culprit, and what the treasure really is all about.

Persona 5: Thievery In Blue

     Joker 

Ren Amamiya

Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama

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Rarity: SSR
Element: Dark
Style: Special
Race: Human
Charge Attack: All-Out Attack

  • Bottomless Magazines: Subverted; He only has three bullets to use for his Tkachev skill which cannot be refilled.
  • Canon Name: Notably uses Ren Amamiya, similar to the anime.
  • Guardian Entity: He summons Arsene, his default Persona.
  • Mythology Gag: Well a lot. His skill names, skill icons, and charge attack bonus effects are all based from terms in the Persona franchise.
  • Painting the Medium: He has his own victory screen which occasionally replaces the regular one if he's in the party's front lines.
  • Random Effect Spell: His Charge Attack can grant a random bonus buff depending on whether he, Ryuji, Ann, Morgana or Yusuke shows up at the end of the animation.
  • Silent Protagonist: Much like in his original series, Ren speaks less and most of the dialogue interactions are between his fellow Phantom Thieves.

Love Live! Sunshine! Aqours Sky-High!

     Aqours First-Years 

Yoshiko Tsushima, Hanamaru Kunikida, Ruby Kurosawa

Voiced by: Aika Kobayashi, Kanako Takatsuki, Ai Furihata

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Rarity: SSR
Element: Earth
Style: Special
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Waku-Waku-Week!

     Aqours Second-Years 

Riko Sakurauchi, Chika Takami, You Watanabe

Voiced by: Rikako Aida, Anju Inami, Shuka Saitou

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Rarity: SSR
Element: Water
Style: Balanced
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Daisuki Dattara Daijoubu!

  • Added Alliterative Appeal: Their Charge Attack name.
  • All Just a Dream: In their final 5★ episode, Chika wakes up back in their real world. However, her notebook still contains the song lyrics that Nihilith herself wrote in the Skydom.
  • Androcles' Lion: In their Fate episodes, the second years are tasked to assist the Odajumoki gang by taking care of their dogs. Enoki, a particular dog starts out hostile towards them but eventually warms up a little after they feed him in several occasions. When the trio nearly drowned from a giant crab's attack, Enoki, along with the other Odajumoki dogs pulled them up. It turns out Enoki became attached to Riko, the one who easily gets scared among the bunch.
  • Cool Sword: Riko's sword is shaped like a violin bow, which fits her being an Elegant Classical Musician.
  • Late-Arrival Spoiler: Their 5★ Uncap art was first seen in the background of the Love Live! collab's Side Story section. The 5★ uncap was supposed to be released alongside the inclusion of the event in the side story but was delayed until February 2019.
  • Popularity Power: Players were able to vote who among the Love Live! girls would receive a 5★ uncap on a future update, with the Second-Years winning the poll.
  • Uniqueness Value: They are the first free SSR unit with a 5★ uncap, with the requirements only requiring additional materials from their event. And because the Love Live! collab is now permanently added as a Side Story, it makes them easily available for everyone. For any beginner, the Second-Years would work quite well as a Support-type Water unit until the player obtains a stronger replacement.
  • Weapon of Choice: As a character they have a double weapon proficiency (swords and guns), represented in the artwork by You carrying a semi-futuristic gun while Chika and Riko have their own different swords.

     Aqours Third-Years 

Dia Kurosawa, Kanan Matsuura, Mari Ohara

Voiced by: Arisa Komiya, Nanaka Suwa, Aina Suzuki

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Rarity: SSR
Element: Fire
Style: Defense
Race: Human
Charge Attack: G-senjou no Cinderella

  • Cowgirl: The overall theme of Mari's outfit, which is fitting since she's partially American.
  • Master of None: Seems to be the case for most of their abilities:
    • "Give me a Hug", their version of Phalanx, has a good 4-turn cooldown, but only blocks 20% incoming damage, which is pretty low considering most Phalanx-type skills block at least 40%.
    • "Bzzt! You're Wrong!" reduces all incoming attack and enemy defenses by 15%. Miserable Mist, which is a very common subskill among players, does the same thing but at 10% higher.
    • "Mijuku Dreamer" provides Veil which blocks incoming status effects. The problem is its cooldown which is quite high at 9-turns, compared to the Bishop's 6-turn cooldown.
    • "Uranohoshi Third-Years", their passive ability, gives them up to a whopping 200% defense when their HP drops to a certain point. However, they don't have a natural means to redirect incoming attacks towards them, making them unreliable for tanking enemies.
    • Their Charge Attack, "G Senjono Cinderella", and their third skill, "Shiny!", at least subvert the trope. Their charge attack, while having a pitiful heal, also buffs the entire team with a 6-turn Fire Attack Up which stacks with most similar buffs. The third skill provides a 20% charge bar boost to the entire team as well, allowing for a quick setup for their charge attack.
  • Weapon of Choice: As a character they have a double weapon proficiency (guns and spears), represented in the artwork by Kanan using a Blade on a Stick and Mari carrying a BFG and a smaller gun combo.

Pretty Cure: Memories in the Sky

     Cure Black and Cure White 

Cure Black (Nagisa Misumi) & Cure White (Honoka Yukishiro)

Voiced by: Yoko Honna and Yukana

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Rarity: SSR
Element: Light
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Pretty Cure Marble Screw

  • Dub Name Change: Averted. Despite the existence of the original Precure dub where their names were changed into Natalie Blackstone and Hannah Whitehouse and the existence of Glitter Force, both still retained their original names (Pretty Cure, Nagisa Misumi, Honoka Yukishiro)

Princess Connect! Re:Dive: Dinner at the Turned Table

     Pecorine 

Voiced by: MAO

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Rarity: SSR
Element: Light
Style: Defense
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Princess Strike

  • Big Eater: Almost every line that comes from her mouth makes use of words pertaining to food. She even has this in her gameplay, eating after every three turns.
  • Extreme Omnivore: She will eat anything. The most extreme example is probably in her artwork as the bite mark in her sword implies she took a munch of solid steel with her bare teeth.
  • Taking the Bullet: Notable that she's the only other character aside from Vira (Grand) who has a substitute that can redirect all damage to herself, including all-ally attacks which would normally hit the entire party regardless of substitute.

     Kokkoro 

Voiced by: Miku Itō

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/kokkoro_a.png
Rarity: SSR
Element: Wind
Style: Balanced
Race: Unknown
Charge Attack: Aurora

  • Fashionable Asymmetry: Kokkoro's right side is covered by her cape.
  • Flower in Her Hair: On the left side of her head.
  • Simple, yet Awesome: Her skillset and playstyle is pretty much an above-average Jack-of-All-Trades, with an emphasis on team buffs.
    • Her most powerful utility is provided by her Charge Attack in which she can provide an increase to 40% Wind Attack damage in conjunction with her Shadeborne Epiphany passive. It also grants the Spirits' Shelter unique buff to all allies which further increase their damage by another 30% and multi-attack rates. Combine the previous buff with her team-wide Maternal Instinct passive and everyone can have an increased Double and Triple Attack rates by 50% and 25% respectively, along with a potential 70% increased attack rate. In simpler terms, just let Kokkoro unleash her Charge Attack and everyone is good to go for the next 3 Turns. With all these mentioned utilities alone, she can easily replace Korwa in shorter fights due to the latter requiring set-ups, and ramp-up per turn gimmicks. Although the heal provided by the Charge Attack can be slightly detrimental to Enmity-centric Wind grids which are common for beginners, this can be turned into an advantage when it comes to Stamina-centric Wind grids with Last Storm Harps.
    • Speed Up increases the damage cap of the team as well as boosting everyone's Charge Bars by 25%.
    • Her Threefold Slash and Alseid Spear abilities also allow Kokkoro to go on the offensive, as the former deals up to 600% Damage to random foes, while the latter decreases an enemy's defense by 20%.
    • Her EMP skill allows her to dodge all attacks at random, adding to her survability as a buffer.
    • Kokkoro's race is classified as "Unknown", which means she can benefit from any Bahamut Weapon.

     Karyl 

Voiced by: Rika Tachibana

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Rarity: SSR
Element: Dark
Style: Attack
Race: Unknown
Charge Attack: Grim Burst

  • Cat Girl: Her defining physical trait, having cat ears and tail. It is also why Vyrn gives her the nickname "Whiskers" (in the English localization) and "Nekomimi no-neechan" (in the Japanese audio).
  • Dub Name Change: From Kyaru in Princess Connect Re:Dive which is an accidental misspelling of her first name in real life, Kiruya Momochi to Karyl.
  • Living Museum Exhibit: One of Francis Finch IV's orders to Karyl is to have her as a living exhibit to entertain his guests, by having her displayed and submerged in a tank as she can breathe anyway.
  • Promoted to Playable: Was originally an NPC in the actual Princess Connect collab event, she was eventually playable when the collab is included in the Side Stories on 2019.
  • Taking the Heat: She agreed to work for the landowner Francis Finch IV to compensate for an expensive pot broken by three children she was acquianted with.

Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion - The Blue Reckoning

     Lelouch 

Lelouch Lamperouge

Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama

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Rarity: SSR
Element: Dark
Style: Balanced
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Hadron Cannon

  • Animation Bump: The Charge Attacks of the three Code Geass characters have full-screen animations (which were only limited to a few Granblue originals) that are also quite long.
  • Art Evolution: The uncap artworks of the three Geass characters resemble that of anime posters, different from most of the Granblue cast.
  • Broke Episode: Not just Lelouch, but his fate episode has the entire Code Geass cast realize that they are becoming a financial burden to the Grandcypher since the Knightmare Frame maintenance costs a million rupies. They come up with plans to join a contest and earn the prize money. After the successful contest, they decide to kickstart a pizza business in the Grandcypher so as not to be a burden to the crew anymore.
  • Captured on Purpose: With his Geass, Lelouch makes Delfina hallucinate Nunnally in his place until he could get inside their lair. While the next scene plays as though Delfina is talking to a silent Nunnally, the command's effect wears off, revealing Lelouch has already killed Carmen.
  • Character Name Alias: Lelouch and C.C. initially introduce themselves as Hansel and Gretel, before dropping the act when they realize that the Grandcypher crew are a friendly bunch.
  • Chekhov's Hobby: Well, his (and mostly C.C.'s) "hobby" of eating pizza has a plot-relevance here. It just so happens that Kallen also works as a pizza-delivery girl to blend in with skyfarers at the time when C.C. is craving for one. It's how the three eventually met and revealed their true situations to the protagonists of Granblue.
  • Chess Motifs: Lelouch's third skill is named "Black Chessmaster" and has a chessboard as its icon. He also says his "Checkmate!" Catchphrase on some instances.
  • Contrived Coincidence: How is it possible that it just so happens a food competition gives a million rupies for the prize money when you are broke and in need of that exact amount of money? The Code Geass cast are also just lucky enough C.C. found a flyer of it, and that they can participate since they know how to make pizza.
  • Dressing as the Enemy: Disguises himself as an Erste soldier when Suzaku got arrested. When Lelouch got a moment with the warden, he used his Geass on the latter to give him the keys.
  • Foil: To Delfina. While Lelouch thinks first before acting, Delfina can turn this into her favor using her mind-reading Geass.
  • Genre Savvy: Is very quick to realize at first glance that the sight of Granblue's floating islands obviously makes them in a parallel world situation, that normal communication with friends from their own world isn't possible through technology, and that he and C.C. had to blend in and gather information. He also compares this game's setting to the Medieval Ages.
  • Giant Food: Since their food stall is destroyed by a jealous onlooker, Lelouch's plan to win the contest is to entertain the crowd with a Giant Pizza-making spectacle using their Knightmares. Lyria also helps by summoning Yggdrasil to make a giant oven while Colossus turns up the heat and uses its blade as a pizza peel.
  • Godzilla Threshold: Discussed with C.C. and Subverted on several occasions during the event and his Fate Episode. Lelouch would have resorted to his Geass if he is really that desparate on fixing some problems in his own way. But since the Grandcypher crew are a friendly heroic bunch and he is an outsider to this world, Lelouch and his friends have to rely on them.
  • Hand Wave: In the latter half of the event, he was able to send a physical message to the fake Zero's hideout... by simply mailing it via Siero's KnickKnack store. Kallen and Suzaku are taken aback by the absurdity of the method's effectiveness.
  • House Husband: Just like his home series. As the first chapter of the event opens up with him, as Hansel, cooking for the Grancypher crew.
  • I Choose to Stay: Lelouch discussed it with Suzaku and Kallen beforehand and agreed that to completely defeat Delfina, they would also destroy the machine that is powered by Magnesia, sealing them off the chance to get back to their original world while also preventing Delfina's escape. However, this is also downplayed as Lelouch added that there can still be another way to get back to their original world so they, along with Jeremiah and Nunnally are staying with the Grancypher crew until then. In Lelouch's case here though, he told Delfina that as long as Nunnally is happy, he doesn't care what world it had to be for her to live in. But, that doesn't mean that he's going to stay in the Granblue universe forever, as he knows that there are still unfinished business to be done back in his home world.
  • I Lied: He threatens Delfina that the virus she injected on Nunnally has now spread on her location so that she can come out of hiding. When Lelouch does confornted her, the "pandemic" was merely a mass hypnosis. He also baited her to come out stating that the antibodies have already been extracted from Nunnally, despite said medical technology being absent in a fantastical medieval world such as the Skydom.
  • Outside-Context Problem: Inverted as it is more of a "solution" than a problem. The Code Geass cast agreed to make pizza for the food competiton while Suzaku lampshades this trope. They believe that they have an advantage because it would be the first time a mass of skydwellers would know of the delicacy. And it worked!
  • Red Baron: Still carries his "Zero" persona and attire even in this game. The sudden appearance of a Fake Zero reveals Lelouch's secret identity in front of Kallen, and Lelouch also had to reveal this secret to enlist Suzaku.
  • Satellite Character: Since C.C. is always with him, she also appears in Lelouch's uncap art.
  • Secret Identity Vocal Shift: Like in the anime series, his Zero persona comes with a voice modulator. Although it isn't used as much since Lelouch took his mask off for most of the time.
  • Stealth Pun: Had something to do with an idiom and his alias when he arrives in the skydom.
    C.C.: I was just thinking you're acting like you did back when you first became Zero.
    Lelouch: I guess you could say I'm starting over from zero.
  • Thanatos Gambit: Even though Delfina can read minds, Lelouch was still able to outsmart and counteract her moves until she's ran out of options. Of course, this involves some Unspoken Plan Guarantee which covers the latter half of the event.
  • Units Not to Scale: You control the Knightmares of the Geass characters. Yet in their victory pose, the pilots pop out, in almost the same height as the chibi-fied Knightmares.
  • Wham Line: At the end of the event's first half.
    Lelouch: I will lure out the false Zero, obtain the antidote, and save Nunnally. And to that end... I will sacrifice everyone, including myself!
  • Your Mind Makes It Real: Lelouch used the Geass on the townspeople that they would believe themselves to be stricken by a deadly pandemic even though there is none. The results of the hypnosis turned out to be effective in luring Delfina out of hiding.

     Suzaku 

Suzaku Kururugi

Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai

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Rarity: SSR
Element: Wind
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Curse of Geass

  • Accidental Pervert: He mistakes the item stolen by the cat as Kallen's handkerchief, and he only realized that it was actually her underwear after picking it up. Due to this realization and the cat poking at him, it takes him quite a long while to return the item, which angers Kallen further.
  • Animation Bump: The Charge Attacks of the three Code Geass characters have full-screen animations (which were only limited to a few Granblue originals) that are also quite long.
  • Art Evolution: The uncap artworks of the three Geass characters resemble that of anime posters, different from most of the Granblue cast.
  • The Cameo: Euphemia li Britannia appears in Suzaku Kururugi's uncap artwork.
  • I Choose to Stay: Lelouch discussed it with Suzaku and Kallen beforehand and agreed that to completely defeat Delfina, they would also destroy the machine that is powered by Magnesia, sealing them off the chance to get back to their original world while also preventing Delfina's escape. However, this is also downplayed as Lelouch added that there can still be another way to get back to their original world so they, along with Jeremiah and Nunnally are staying with the Grancypher crew until then.
  • Living a Double Life: Works as a part-time mercenary in the skydom just so he can hide his suspicious-looking mecha Lancelot.
  • Units Not to Scale: You control the Knightmares of the Geass characters. Yet in their victory pose, the pilots pop out, in almost the same height as the chibi-fied Knightmares.
  • You Remind Me of X: Suzaku compares the dynamic between the captain and Lyria to the times when Lelouch and Nunnally were little.

     Kallen 

Kallen Kouzuki

Voiced by: Ami Koshimizu

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/granblue_kallen.png
Rarity: SSR
Element: Fire
Style: Attack
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Radiant Wave Surger

  • Animation Bump: The Charge Attacks of the three Code Geass characters have full-screen animations (which were only limited to a few Granblue originals) that are also quite long.
  • Art Evolution: The uncap artworks of the three Geass characters resemble that of anime posters, different from most of the Granblue cast.
  • I Choose to Stay: Lelouch discussed it with Suzaku and Kallen beforehand and agreed that to completely defeat Delfina, they would also destroy the machine that is powered by Magnesia, sealing them off the chance to get back to their original world while also preventing Delfina's escape. However, this is also downplayed as Lelouch added that there can still be another way to get back to their original world so they, along with Jeremiah and Nunnally are staying with the Grancypher crew until then.
  • Living a Double Life: Works as a part-time pizza-delivery girl to secretly investigate and have her Guren from plain sight.
  • Mythology Gag: Kallen's Fate Episode brings up the physical fitness of the characters during the cat chase as a reference to slight humor from the main show, namely Suzaku's agility and ability to leap on roofs, while C.C. mocks Lelouch's unfit body, being far behind and gasping for air.
  • Thieving Pet: They had to chase a cat that stole Kallen's items in her Fate Episode. Of all things, the cat snatched away her Guren activation key and her underwear.
  • Units Not to Scale: You control the Knightmares of the Geass characters. Yet in their victory pose, the pilots pop out, in almost the same height as the chibi-fied Knightmares.

Love Live! Door to the Skies

     μ's First-Years 

Rin Hoshizora, Hanayo Koizumi, and Maki Nishikino

Voiced by: Riho Iida, Yurika Kubo, and Pile

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/musfirstyears350.png
Rarity: SSR
Element: Wind
Style: Heal
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Kitto Seishun ga Kikoeru

  • White Mage: They focus on healing and boosting the charge bars of the team.

     μ's Second-Years 

Umi Sonoda, Honoka Kosaka, and Kotori Minami

Voiced by: Suzuko Mimori, Emi Nitta, and Aya Uchida

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Rarity: SSR
Element: Light
Style: Balanced
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Bokura wa Ima no Naka de

  • Support Party Member: They can increase their allies' attack and defend them from debuffs, and hinder their enemies by charming them and inflicting attack and defense debuffs.

     μ's Third-Years 

Eli Ayase, Nico Yazawa, and Nozomi Tojo

Voiced by: Yoshino Nanjo, Sora Tokui, and Aina Kusuda

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/musthirdyears350.png
Rarity: SSR
Element: Dark
Style: Defense
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Sore wa Bokutachi no Kiseki

  • Damage Reduction: "Melody of the Heart" reduces incoming damage by 40% for a turn.
  • Status-Buff Dispel: The skill "Khorosho!" eliminates one buff from an enemy and boosts each allies' next Charge Attack if successful.
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