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This covers Harvin characters who are recruitable through the gacha or special events of Granblue Fantasy.

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     Shared Tropes 
  • Fantastic Racism: Generally, antagonistic NPCs of other races discriminate Harvins simply because they are a race of Little People, whom they consider as physically inferior, as evidenced in Milleore's episode where thugs mocked her appearance. This racism motivates Al-Khalid to work hard, so that he could change this racial perception and prove that Harvins may be physically small and weak, but at least they can be Weak, but Skilled. On the lighter and unintentional side of this racism, young children of other races easily mistake Harvin adults (like Charlotta) as fellow children.
  • Little People: Their defining traits. Fully grown Harvin are only half as tall as fully grown humans. However, rather than comic relief they are established as The Smart Guy of the races, having a natural affinity for cleverness and smooth talking.
  • Pintsized Powerhouse: Despite their small stature, there's nothing from stopping Harvins in taking melee and weapon proficiencies. Some of them can even become knights who wield weapons bigger than they are, such as Charlotta and Sevilbarra. Even older Harvins like Yodarha and Al-Khalid know swordsmanship and martial arts respectively.
  • Pointy Ears: Like all non-human races, they have these.
  • Situational Sword: The stats of Harvin characters can be significantly boosted by the Gun, Harp, and Staff variants of the Bahamut weapons.
  • Vague Age: Ages of most Harvins are hard to tell at first glance. Lunalu and Charlotta are in their early 20s, yet look like kids with personalities to match. Arulumaya has a much more adult personality and is pushing thirty but looks barely any older than the two previous examples (and most of it is courtesy of her hairstyle). Males like Yodarha (66) and Anre (???) clearly have some years on them, but it's still difficult to put a number on it. (There is one tell for older male Harvins, though - it seems they tend to grow out facial hair, probably on purpose so that other races can tell at a glance they're "older".)
  • Weak, but Skilled: On average, Harvins are physically weaker than members of other races because of their short stature. However, a lot of them more than make up for it by being extremely skilled with magic and/or weaponry. This is the mentality that Al-Khalid wants to push and prove in the "A Thousand Reasons" event. He feels that Harvins are being looked down on (no pun intended) because of their physical limitations, yet he wants to show that there are Harvins out there who can make a fame for themselves as martial artists.

     Alistair 

Alistair Alethea

Voiced by: Touko Aoyama

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Wise Honor Student
Rarity: R
Element: Water
Style: Special
Charge Attack: The Final Word

A student from a prestigious academy and equally prestigious family of scholars who seeks to restore his father's honor, who had left to find Estalucia.


  • Alliterative Name: Alistair Alethea.
  • Badass Bookworm: He comes from a family of scholars, but he can still fight, and he even uses oversized mathematical tools as weapons.
  • Disappeared Dad: His father had left to find Estalucia, as part of proving his thesis. Alistair plans to follow in those footsteps.
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: This is his hypothesis on why only guys keep approaching him during Halloween, because they think he's a girl.
  • Improbable Weapon User: He uses mathematical tools (which are bigger than him) to fight the enemy.
  • Insufferable Genius: He knows he's a genius and he will flaunt that fact at times.
  • Sempai/Kohai: Has this relationship with a female student as the kouhai and the latter as the sempai as shown in his two Fate Episodes.

     Arulumaya 

Voiced by: Maaya Sakamoto

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The Fairy Oracle
Christmas Version 
Summer Version 
Rarity: SSR
Element: Earth, Water (Christmas Ver.)
Style: Special
Charge Attack: Selene Legacy, Selene Timoria (5★ uncap)

A prolific seer, Arulumaya has the gift of foresight, allowing her to see the future. She uses her gift to warn people of impending misfortune, and offer advice during times of strife. She joins the crew after seeing something surprising in the captain's and Lyria's futures, but won't tell them what it is, stating she wishes to see it in person.


  • Comes Great Responsibility: Feels that it is her duty to use her powers for the greater good, and as such only shares her prophecies when it would benefit the largest number of people.
  • Crystal Ball: It also has bronze engravings and Arulumaya can even make it float.
  • Dreaming of Things to Come: Her 5★ uncap reveals that her dreams allow her to see her future visions more coherently, at the expense of draining her consciousness the longer she lingers in them. Of the two times we see of them, once when she was little and her dream vision allowed her to avoid a Doomed Hometown scenario and her most recent one which foretold what would be happening in the "What Makes The Sky Blue" event.
  • Dub Name Change: Arurumeiya to Arulumaya.
  • Honey Trap: This trope is invoked and even name-dropped in Grand Blues! Comic #1108 when Arulumaya exposes her "sensual nape" in an attempt to distract Capo Tony.
  • Meido: Wears one during the "Handsome Gorilla" event.
  • Random Effect Spell: Her fourth skill gives a random buff effect depending on the color of her crystal ball. That is to say, when the skill is first activated, a random color is determined, and re-casting the skill will grant the buffs for the next 3 turns.
  • Seers: She is an Oracle Prodigy and can also see visions using her crystal ball.
  • Stepford Smiler: Depressed type. She has a somewhat flirty personality and always puts on a confident face when fortunetelling, but is often regretful or despondent when alone, doubting her own decisions regarding her powers.
  • To Be Lawful or Good: Her Fate episode revolves around this, as she questions whether it's right for her to give prophecies that would ultimately benefit a group at the expense of an individual, or to lie about the future knowing people will believe her.
  • Took a Level in Cheerfulness: Mild, but it's there in her Christmas SSR. She has considerably lightened up since joining the protagonist.

     Balurga 

Voiced by: Yuki Kaida

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Vulcan Claw
Rarity: R
Element: Earth
Style: Attack
Charge Attack: Vulcan Bite

A former member of the Odajumoki gang who happens to be the only woman, actually in disguise. The Odajumoki gang is a men-only organization and Balurga only got in through sheer bravery. She was later crossed by Gluzaletha who revealed her gender and was hunted down by what was left of the gang until she came across the protagonist and their crew, saving her. She joins in gratitude to them.


  • Artificial Limbs: One of her hands got bitten off by one of the gang's war beasts when she was proving herself worthy of joining them. They replaced it by a clawed Arm Cannon.
  • Bifauxnen: She looks the part, especially during her times with the Odajumoki gang where no one realized that she was a woman until Gluzaletha's death.
  • Gameplay and Story Integration: For all intents and purposes, she's considers herself as male in both Valentine's Day and White Day events. That is, you give chocolates to her during Valentine's day and receive chocolates from her during White Day, similar to all the other male characters.
  • I Owe You My Life: The reason she joined the protagonist. They saved her life, and she wants to pay them back as a favor.
  • The Smurfette Principle: A subversion. She wasn't really acknowledged as a woman during her time with the Odajumoki and was regarded as a man until the death of Gluzaletha in the aftermath of the "Gripping Freedom" event.

     Bridgette 

Voiced by: Kaya Okuno

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Diligent Knight
Rarity: R
Element: Water
Style: Special
Charge Attack: Bold Slash

A novice of the Holy Knights of Lumiel, Bridgette yearns to surpass her race's limitations and become a great hero. As a result, she practically idolizes Charlotta Fenia, the current captain of the Holy Knights, who Bridgette in particular sees as one of the most heroic Harvins in history and the role model for everything she wants to be.

Added to the game in December 2015, Bridgette tends to pop up alongside her idol, and in particular had a major role in the "Little Skyfarer" event.


  • Action Girl: Zig-Zagged. She jumps into action whenever she can, but also gets tired very easily.
  • Nice Girl: Impeccably polite and tries to assist everyone however she can, even if it's a minor issue that needs fixing, she'll put all her effort into it. It's even reflected in her kit, as it consists purely of buffs.
  • Simple, yet Awesome: Her kit is absurdly simple — she has two attack buffs that she can apply to a teammate. However, the buffs stack with each other and with general attack buffs, meaning she can help buff an ally to absolutely absurd heights. Sadly, she's still held back overall by being an R character, but having her boost Charlotta to nearly the damage cap with an otherwise average grid is good fun and very in-character.
  • Supreme Chef: Assisted by Cordelia during the event, Little Skyfarer a la Sacre Blumiel, she shows that she can actually compete with Baotorda who is another supreme chef by his own right.
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     Charlotta 

Charlotta Fenia

Voiced by: Kaori Nazuka (Japanese), Cristina Valenzuela (English)

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The Tiny Holy Knight
Halloween Version 
Summer Version 
Light Version 
Rarity: SSR, SR (Event & Summer versions)
Element: Water, Light (Halloween version), Wind (Event version)
Style: Balanced, Heal (Halloween version), Defense (Event version), Attack (Light version)
Charge Attack: Noble Execution, Floaty Execution (Summer version), Brilliant Moon (Light version)

The captain of the Holy Knights of Lumiel with an oversized sword and a pure heart, her desire to become taller leads to her joining the crew of the Grancypher to see if the Astrals can grant her wish. However, while many of her knights look up to her (with one example in particular), her extended absence from the Holy Knights is making some others in the order question whether she's derelict in her duty...

An early SSR who debuted alongside the Ifrit Showdown, Charlotta proved fairly popular and got a Halloween version a few months after her release in 2014, and has a tendency to crop up in events and Grand Blues! sidequests with some regularity. In June 2017, she finally got her own dedicated event, "Little Skyfarer a la Sacre Blumiel", which gave her a freely-available SR version, and also was a major character in the Summer 2017 event "Poacher's Day" a few months later. In November 2018, she got another SSR variant, this time as a pure Light Attacker, to go along with the "Reflections on a White Clover" event.


  • A Day in the Limelight: "Little Skyfarer a la Sacre Blumiel" is about Charlotta, her food-related adventures, and also her insecurities about her position.
  • Action Girl: Is the leader of a widely renowned order and has the power to back it up.
  • Ascended Meme: Either due to a "Blind Idiot" Translation, or more likely intentional. A dialog during her Summer Version's second fate episode calls tanned Charlotta a "baked potato"note  in the English version, despite the fact that the said line in Japanese calls her simply by her name.
  • Badass Adorable: She definitely earned her title of Captain of the Holy Knights of Lumiel, but being short (even for a Harvin) and rather childish make her think she's not fit to lead. Her knights, on the other hand, actually really enjoy how cute their boss is, and not a soul among them can question her competency in battle. Her Halloween costume was made by them with the sole goal of making her even cuter.
  • BFS: Her Cool Sword, Claíomh Solais. It becomes thicker than her torso in her 5★ ascension version. Her profiles in places like GBF Versus note that it's as big as she is, and she can slay monsters ten times her size with it.
  • Breakout Character: She is pretty much unquestionably the single most popular Harvin in the entire game, and one of the game's most recognizable characters. As of November 2018, she has five versions, a New Year's skin, one whole dedicated event, and she was chosen to be one of the five initial headliners for Granblue Fantasy Versus, representing the game to the entire world. This is pretty much all in response to her popularity since her release. Not too bad for someone whose meta-career began as a simple, comparatively unremarkable Water hybrid attacker/tank in the game's early days.
  • Continuity Nod: While she is not present in "A Thousand Reasons", Al-Khalid makes an indirect nod to Charlotta by mentioning the "captain of the Lumiel Knights" whom he respects for bringing glory to the Harvin race... or more specifically, for being a Harvin who holds a high position in society.
  • Cool Crown: Charlotta wears a thin crown that is even taller than her head. She wears it to boost her height, that's all... she doesn't have a royal blood.
  • Edible Theme Naming: Her event version's skill names have food names in them and the image used also has the image of the food related to the skill's name.
  • Expy: She's basically Saber, if Saber was three feet tall and had a complex about her height on top of her concerns about being qualified for the position she found herself in. Charlotta's Charge Attack is what makes it really obvious, as it's Excalibur in all but name - even the particle effects are similar to Excalibur's depictions in later Fate works. She has undergone some Divergent Character Evolution as time has gone on, with her plot more focusing on her childish habits and her attempts to break away from them (possibly as a result of Saber herself being, well, a major character in Granblue's greatest competitor).
  • Flanderization:
    • Of a physical aspect — she has an obsessive desire to become taller despite her nature as a Harvin. At one point it gets bad enough that she wanted to believe a local superstition about a well that grants wishes in her Fate Episode. Her 5★ artwork also depicts her standing on a box (which was never featured in her actual sprites until her Light Attacker version).
    • As time has gone on, especially in her 2017 event appearances, her obsession with being "grown up" has somewhat overtaken the rest of her character, making her a bit of a comedy character more than anything. This has become a bit of a sore spot for some fans, who enjoyed that her earlier portrayals were unambiguous in displaying her competency. Her Attacker version and her appearance in Versus walk this back a bit, though.
    • Also, her Verbal Tic has gotten a lot more prominent as time has gone on. In her original Fate Episode, it was obviously there but didn't dominate her speech; in "Little Skyfarer" and "Poacher's Day", she literally ends every complete sentence with "-arimasu".
    • Her Light version which was released on November 30, 2018 takes her Height angst Up to Eleven where she stands on a pedestal in her uncap art, while her Victory Poses have her standing on stacks of boxes.
  • Gameplay and Story Integration: The Fate Episode of Charlotta's Light version has Lancelot standing straight even though you (as Charlotta) drop his health to 0. Then the narration tells they're actually staging the fight so that both are at equal strength and one side won't have the advantage of sending the other to their knees.
  • Glacier Waif: One of her common skills in multiple versions is a 40-50% damage cut for the whole party. Her passive skill is also a cut to damage from enemies in Overdrive for herself. Her level 100 skill upgrade in her original version also allows her to become outright invincible for the turn her third skill is used, and her Attacker version has a similar effect on her second skill.
  • Height Angst: Believes it's unbecoming of her to be so short and "childish", especially since she's the Captain of the Holy Knights.
  • Human Hummingbird: She ends up doing this pose in her Summer version's uncap art.
  • Imagine Spot: She has one in her summer version's artwork, standing tall at a sailboat's bow as it travels across Auguste's oceans. In reality, she tripped and is about to fall off the boat.
  • Meaningful Rename: Her original first skill's name is Blue Moon. This is renamed into Tempura Moon and Dolphin Moon for her event and summer versions respectively, though is still basically the same skill.
  • Mistaken Age: In her 5★ Uncap, there are some Human children who naturally mistook her as a fellow child. The scene may also double as a Rule of Funny moment due to the casual, yet playful manner of the children while talking to her. Perhaps they are not aware that they are talking to a Harvin.
    Charlotta: Wha?! I-I may look this way, but I assure you I'm an adult!
    Child : C'mon, lady! You ain't bigger than my little sis! And she just started talking last week!
    Charlotta: Grrr!
  • Never Bareheaded: She always wears a crown no matter the season and place. Yes, even in the beach!
  • Or Was It a Dream?: Charlotta has a Nightmare Sequence in the Grand Blues! comics where she became so small that Vyrn is literally holding her with one hand. She then wakes up in her room, while a "giant" Vyrn peeks in the window asking "Was it... Just a dream?" Cue this trope!
  • Rolling Attack: Her Light version's Brilliant Moon has Charlotta roll forward while spinning her blade.
  • Sickening "Crunch!": Grand Blues! Comic #1059 parodies with a Written Sound Effect where the short Charlotta is implied to be in pain while looking at the tall Leona.
  • Starter Mon: Her original version can be the first SSR (from the pool of 6 SSR characters of their respective elements) that you can receive on the rigged ten-draw after completing the tutorial. Due to her usefulness and the power of her 5* upgrade, she's generally considered one of the better draws from that.
  • Sword Beam: Her charge attack is a large beam of yellow light from her sword.
  • Sword Plant: Her Summer version's artwork and victory sprite has her plant her sword at the ground... or any form of "ground" the stage has. Taken into the Rule of Funny territory if the stage is set high up in the clouds. This also applies to her Light version, although she's holding the sword this time.
  • Symbolic Wings: The Sword Lines and arcs surrounding Charlotta in her Light version's initial art form small golden wings.
  • Technicolor Blade: Claíomh Solais has a light blue blade.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: She loves kid's meals... but she doesn't like that she likes them, as she thinks it's another childish trait unbecoming of a Captain of the Holy Knights. Her 2017 event is pretty much focused on addressing this, with multiple groups of people coming together to make an "adult" version of those meals.
  • Verbal Tic: She tends to end as many sentences as possible with "-arimasu", which is generally seen as a polite-yet-childish thing to do (as it can be dropped in a number of cases, even in more formal, adult speech, but a lot of kids won't pick up on this and will use it to sound polite when they need to). It wasn't quite as common in her original appearance & Fate Episode, but later events have made it far more prominent. The newer/better parts of the English localization handle this by having her sound generally formal, but having her diction occasionally slip into surprising childishness. (Her original Fate Episode attempts to replicate the tic by having all her -arimasu sentences end in some variant of "hmm!", which is generally agreed to not read nearly as well.)
  • You Are a Credit to Your Race: After Al-Khalid is defeated in "A Thousand Reasons", he explains that all he wanted was to bring glory to the Harvin race by making a fame of himself, and that he admires Harvins who hold high rankings in society. He then mentions "Captain of the Lumiel Knights" as an example, indirectly referring to Charlotta.

     Drusilla 

Voiced by: Rina Endo

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Rarity: R
Element: Fire
Style: Special
Charge Attack: Shopping Spree

The young daughter of a rich merchant of Port Breeze. After her pet bird disappears, she ends up joining the crew while looking for it, fearing it might have flown to another island.


  • Failed a Spot Check: Her "missing" bird is sitting on her hat. The protagonist is the only one who noticed, and (s)he's too confused to ask.
  • Gratuitous French: Mentions "je ne sais quoi" when touring Vyrn and the Captain at an art museum in the quest "The Art of Refinement".
  • Mechanically Unusual Class: Probably the most unusual of them all. She can't attack at all, and instead relies on charging her Limit Break, which then uses your rupies to summon random buffs.
  • Miles Gloriosus: Regularly claims to be way more skilled in the ways of the world than she really is. Though in a bit of a subversion, she generally tries to follow up on her boasts as earnestly as possible, even if she's not that successful.
  • Mistaken Age: Played with. The crew do notice she's a child, but after she claims to be a grown-up... they believe her and apologize, because it's hard for non-Harvins to figure the age of Harvins at first glance.
  • Verbal Tic: Desu no, to round up the overall The Ojou characterization.

     Elmelaura 

Voiced by: Isuzu Nishihagi

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Rarity: R
Element: Fire
Style: Special
Charge Attack: Blur of Blades

A Harvin who wields a giant kitchen knife even bigger than her body. She likes collecting rare cooking ingredients and joins the crew hoping to find rarer ingredients on their journey.


     Leonora 

Voiced by: Suzuko Hara

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Rarity: R
Element: Wind
Style: Balanced
Charge Attack: Izuna Leap

A young mercenary in training. She met the crew when she was hired by a criminal. Later joining when the matter is resolved... and there's the matter of her partner crushing on Vyrn.


     Lilele 

Lilele (Riruru)

Voiced by: Sumire Morohoshi

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L. O. V. E
Summer Version 
Rarity: SSR, SR
Element: Water
Style: Special
Charge Attack: Sparkling Performance (Kirameki Live), Tropical Summer Festival (Summer version)

When she first came into contact with an idol group, her dream was to become an idol and surpass them herself. She now travels the world, bringing her performance for all to watch.


  • All Just a Dream: Her role model, the group of idol singers composed of Djeeta, Lyria, Mary, and Vira, was part of the one-time 2015 April Fools' Day event introduced earlier, so its canonicity is in question. Her Fate Episode is her trying to come to terms with the possibility of this.
  • Charm Person: When she starts singing, all guys around her turn into drooling fanboys who do whatever she wants. She's been known to use this a few times to get answers she couldn't get otherwise. Her charge attack has a chance of inflicting this status condition.
  • Idol Singer: Even if her inspiration was all in her head, she is definitely massively popular as an idol.
  • Lucky Charms Title: Her Fate Episode is titled "Daydream☆Miracle".
  • Magic Music: Her method of attacking.
  • Odd Friendship: With Ippatsu, of all people. They have nothing in common except love of ramen, but that single common ground gave them a certain complicity.
  • Stage Names: She sometimes goes by the title of "Graceful Princess" when performing.
  • Status Buff: She has three support skills which are given an extra boost for male party members.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Ramen is specifically noted in her fan guide to be her favorite food.
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     Ludmila 

Voiced by: Mai Aizawa

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Miserable Curiosity
Rarity: SR
Element: Dark
Style: Attack
Charge Attack: Oops! Misfire!

The mushroom-loving Harvin who once ate a laughter-inducing fungi. Since then, Ludmila's laughter became unending. Even when she traded her health for a fine fungi, her craving does not stop.


  • Confusion Fu: Her Charge Attack can end up buffing or debuffing her and the party or even deal massive damage to the party itself. Dealing damage to the enemy is actually relatively rare.
  • Eyes Always Shut: Perhaps due to perpetually laughing
  • The Hyena: An involuntary version; due to eating a strange mushroom, she suffers from uncontrollable laughter.
  • The Load: Due to her uncontrollable laughter, she's highly unreliable in battle and is prone to accidentally shooting her comrades. It was because of this that she was eventually booted out of her father's bandit gang.
  • Powerful, but Inaccurate: Her attacks are rather hard-hitting but tend to miss frequently.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her ponytails are nearly as long as she is tall.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Mushrooms oh so much. Unfortunately, she tends to eat or serve them before finding out whether or not they're poisonous, which led to her current predicament.

     Lunalu 

Voiced by: Rumi Ookubo

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Artist of Monsters
R Version 
Rarity: R, SSR
Element: Dark
Style: Special
Charge Attack: Calamity Picture (initial version), Cataclysmic Illustration (Summer ver.), Cataclysmic Storybook (SSR version)

An artist whose limitless imagination and incredible skill with pens come to life has led her to fame for her detailed drawings of monsters. However, her truest desire is to become known for beautiful romantic paintings, so she decides to travel the world with the main character to see and study the art they might come across.

Despite being an R character for her first two versions, Lunalu is one of the most sought-after R characters in the game (even staying in the Fan Popularity Polls for years. This is due to her Facsimile skill, capable of copying some of the most powerful abilities of other characters.

A comedy-filled event in 2018, titled "Handsome Gorilla" puts her in the spotlight.


  • A Day In The Lime Light: She is the main character in the "Handsome Gorilla" event.
  • Art Attacker: Her power, she can draw monsters and they'll attack for her.
  • Character Narrator: She narrates the Prologue chapter of the "Handsome Gorilla" event, and is labeled in-game as "Lunarrator".
  • Genre Savvy: In Grand Blues! Comic #595, Lunalu remains calm just as Zeta is afraid of a shark's presence near them. She later explains the Slashers Prefer Blondes trope to Zeta.
    Lunalu: It's an ironclad rule in B-Horror films! The blondes are always the first to go!
  • Inner Monologue: While she acts and speaks in a normal manner in front of the others, her monologue still has strong shades of her Yaoi Fangirl side when speaking to anyone from the four Dragon Knights.
  • Magical Eye: Her Skybound art reveals that underneath her eyepatch is a glowing eye.
  • Magikarp Power: Some of the skills that she can copy are otherwise game-breakers, such as Sarasa's Ground Zero.
  • Power Copying: Her gimmick comes from her first skill which lets her copy ally skills.
  • Reaction Shot: In the prologue of Handsome Gorilla, she narrates the details of a certain book that she read at young age. The camera then zooms in closer to her face, while the player gets treated to a slew of Lunalu's facial reactions as she flips through the pages.
  • Signature Move: All of her versions comes with the Facsimile skill. What's more, for every chronologically new version of her, the success rate of this ability gets improved.
  • Yaoi Fangirl: It's revealed in one of her Fate Episodes that one of the romance novels she's so fond of centers around a male couple.
  • Zerg Rush: In her Calamity Picture Charge Attack, Lunalu draws a swarm of monsters and sends them stampeding towards the enemy's direction.

     Marquiares 

Voiced by: Chafurin

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Supernal Grand Sage
Rarity: SSR
Element: Dark
Style: Special
Charge Attack: Earth, Wind, and Fire

Known as the Supernal Grand Sage, Marquiares draws power from the star to fuel his knowledge and gain a source of limitless magical energy.


  • Badass Grandpa: He's one of the oldest characters in the entire cast and is still able to put up a fight.
  • Charged Attack: His Charge Attack literally applies this trope to the gameplay mechanic. He gains an increased damage boost to his ability based on the number of his MP stacks.
  • Connected All Along: He is friends with Estarriola, the Harvin sage of the Arcarum Evokers.
  • Cool Shades: Initially, Marquiares wears a pair of Lennon Specs, but his uncap artwork and sprite has him switch to a pair of Triangle Shades instead.
  • Long-Lived: He is 227 years old.
  • The Magnificent: Supernal Grand Sage.
  • Star Power: Fitting for his title of a Supernal Grand Sage, he draws power from celestial energies.
  • Wizard Beard: Has a fitting beard.

     Melissabelle 

Voiced by: Shiori Mikami

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Valentine Version 
Rarity: SSR
Element: Wind, Light
Style: Attack, Defense (Light version)
Charge Attack: Capillus Ataxia

A strange girl who lives secluded far in the forest, farming corn. Or rather, a runaway princess born with magical hair said to have the power to cure all diseases. Hiding from society after said hair and the greed people have for it brought sadness to her and the people she loves, she joins the crew to find out the mysteries behind it, and enact some revenge on the ones who hurt her.

She later receives a Valentine's Day version on February 2019.


  • Cast from Calories: Using her powers is really taxing on her stomach. Luckily, she's a competent farmer so food is usually not much of an issue, but she first meets the crew after getting careless and ending up lost in the forest with not even the energy to move.
  • Cast from Hit Points: Her first skill fills up her Charge Bar at the cost of 20% of her maximum HP.
  • Cooldown Manipulation: Her Charge Attack Capillus Ataxia reduces the cooldown of used skills by 2. Her first skill Continuum, fills up her Charge Bar so that she can instantly cast her Charge Attack. Her Golden Luster passive has a 5% chance of reducing all cooldowns by 1 whenever she is attacked, while her EMP passive also works similarly to Golden Luster, but reduces cooldown when she attacks instead. In simple terms, her kit is focused on spamming her skills as much as possible.
  • Death of a Thousand Cuts: Her second and third skills can hit enemies randomly up to 10-times each, but each hit can only deal damage up to 82,000. At max stacks, and if both skills are off-cooldown, Melissabelle alone can hit a maximum of 20 times, with a total damage of 1,640,000 in a single turn.
  • Expy: Of Rapunzel... or rather, the Disney version.
  • Failure-to-Save Murder: One of her Fate Episodes involves the crew getting attacked by a woman whose daughter fell sick and died after Melissabelle ran away. It leaves her angsting for quite some time, and it takes a good deal of heart-to-heart talk with the crew to get better.
  • Fallen Princess: Left her kingdom after the lust for her hair brought discord to the peaceful land. She does take her farming life pretty well aside from loneliness, and her royal parents still love her, but she can't really go back home lest it starts all over again.
  • Gathering Steam: Her Left and Right Hairsabers deal more hits and damage with each succeeding use, up to a Cap of 10 hits per ability.
  • Mundane Utility: In the Grand Blues! comic strips, Melissabelle uses her hair powers in a variety of non-combat situations, such as holding a spinning spin blade, or shaping it like a slingshot in order to catapult herself.
  • Power Glows: Her hair will occasionally glow a golden shade during battles and in her victory pose.
  • Prehensile Hair: Healing powers is not quite the only thing her hair can do.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Of course. According to her, combing it is a matter of hours.
  • Revenge: She plans to cut the hair of those who tried to steal her hair.
  • Shout-Out: Melissabelle's Light version has a skill named "Get Over Hair", a pun on Scorpion's memetic Catchphrase from Mortal Kombat.
  • Sinister Scythe: Her hair takes the shape of intertwined sickles when she's in combat.
  • Statuesque Stunner: Zigzagged. She's noted to be an unusually tall beauty... by Harvin standards. Single tallest Harvin introduced so far, which still puts her slightly under 1m and way below any other race. Charlotta idolizes her and even tried to copy her lifestyle for a while, only to realize that emulating her appetite without having magic hair to balance it out is just a quick way to get fat.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: She's not a fighter by trade, and mostly does damage by forming blades with her hair and flinging them all around her. It's reflected in gameplay, where all her attack skills hit numerous times at random targets.

     Milleore 

Voiced by: Saori Onishi

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Rarity: SR
Element: Water
Style: Balanced
Charge Attack: Hailstorm

A stoic agent hired by the crew after she displays considerable skill in a fight with some Imperial soldiers. Though she speaks and acts the part of a dispassionate professional, Milleore is easily embarrassed and very compassionate.


  • Ambiguously Gay: She's very close with her fellow soldier, Sahli Lao, but she denies that their relationship is anything besides friendship and comradery. It's unclear whether she's just pretending to be unemotional, or if she really means it.
  • Animal Motifs: Sharks, if her upgraded art is anything to go by.
  • Consummate Professional: She pretends to be this, insisting that she's not friends with her clients and that her loyalty only extends as far as her payment, but always comes up with some contrivance to explain her less than professional actions.
  • Guns Akimbo: She uses crossbows instead of firearms, but the effect is the same.
  • In the Hood: Always wears a thick, hooded cape. It's mostly to cover up her ears, which turn bright red when she blushes.
  • The Stoic: She tries, but repeated praise, compliments, and expressions of friendship tend to reduce her to a shy, blushing mess.

     Mimlemel 

Voiced by: Yumiko Kobayashi

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Rarity: SR
Element: Wind, Earth (Halloween version)
Style: Special, Attack
Charge Attack: Whirlwind, ????

A strange young girl who lives in Wayward Forest. Never seen without her large "flute" (more of a wooden saxophone, really). She joins the crew after befriending Lyria over their similar tastes in music.


  • Animate Inanimate Object: Both her stump and her flute are sentient, and can move to an extent (especially the stump, since it has wheels and all). The ability to give life to her favorite objects is implied to be one of her numerous mysteries.
  • Bizarre Instrument: Her Halloween version has a large tuba with various additions and implements.
  • Brutal Honesty: When she actually talks, she's often extremely blunt.
  • Heroic BSoD: Easily becomes depressed and silent if she loses her flute Hornby, even if she just dropped it from a very short distance.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Her flute is huge, and she fights by clubbing people with it. At least, it does have a spiky implement attached to it.
  • Jerkass: She's selfish, rude, lazy, and just all around not pleasant to be around.
  • Mysterious Past: Absolutely nothing is known about her past. All we know is that she is definitely not normal.
  • The Silent Bob: Mostly just expresses herself by tooting with her flute. She does talk every once in a while, but rarely more than a sentence at once.
  • Tree Vessel: Goes around on a tree stump on wheels. Said stump is fiercely protective of her, and can kick some major ass if it's to help her.

     Norcel 

Voiced by: Hinako Sasaki

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Rarity: R
Element: Earth
Style: Special
Charge Attack: Oopsie!

A mysterious young Harvin who uses books to augment his superhuman strength. Norcel was looking for a job to support his bedridden mother, and with a chance meeting, got invited to join the party after they realize that he had trouble finding one.


  • The Klutz: His standard attacks involve him tripping onto an enemy to damage them.
  • Running Gag: Norcel has a recurring gag in the Grand Blues! comics where he gets "conveniently" positioned under the taller girls' skirts. Well being a Harvin, he gets a Nosebleed every time he looks up. Sometimes, he is seen beside Soriz and Jin, simultaneously having a nosebleed whenever a female character flaunts their body.
  • Spell Book: He carries around a large, incredibly heavy magic book that's larger than his torso.
  • Stronger Than They Look: Despite being physically tiny like all Harvins, Norcel carries around his book like it's nothing despite it being incredibly difficult to lift for everyone else.
  • Support Party Member: His second skill is called Indefinite Book, which reduces the cooldown of all skills of Earth allies (not including Norcel himself as well as the protagonist regardless of their element) by one turn. Unfortunately, the skill itself has a 9 turn cooldown.

     Philosophia 

Voiced by: Yuiko Tatsumi

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Rarity: R
Element: Light
Style: Healer
Charge Attack: Krypton Pragma

Philospher, a seeker of knowledge, and one who rides a spinning top. She insists on joining the Grandcypher after being intrigued by the captain's answer to her philosophical question about the concept of flight.


  • Flight: In her initial Fate Episode, she Mind Screws both Vyrn and Lyria by asking them nonsensical questions about flight.
  • The Medic: Both of her techniques heal an ally.
  • Punny Name: Philosophia is a philosopher who meets the crew and asks them philosophical questions.

     Robertina 

Voiced by: Ayaka Imamura

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Rarity: SR
Element: Wind
Style: Special
Charge Attack: Rapsodia di Mistero

The tubist and the only Harvin member of the Sky Philharmonic Orchestra.


     Sahli Lao 

Voiced by: Nanami Yamashita

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Rarity: SR
Element: Water
Style: Balanced
Charge Attack: Velos Blue

A soldier with performance anxiety. While skilled in her own right, Sahli Lao gets incredibly nervous under pressure and as a result, often misses her shots. She previously relied on a close friend to calm her nerves and help her stay focused, but this friend recently left the army to work independently. Sahli decides she can't rely on her friend forever, and so joins the crew hoping that spending time with them will help her hone her ability and boost her confidence.


  • Ambiguously Gay: She's very close with her fellow soldier, Milleore. While Milleore insists that the two are not romantically involved, Sahli doesn't deny it, and seems more bemused by her partner's denial.
  • BFG: Her crossbow isn't terribly large by human standards, but it's nearly as big as she is.
  • Bifauxnen: Her Boyish Short Hair make her look very masculine, which causes Lyria, Katalina, and possibly the player, to mistake her for a man.
  • Even the Girls Want Her: Probably owing to her boyish looks, she not only has some teasing with Milleore, but can also trigger Nina Drango's Blush mechanic like male characters.
  • Samus Is a Girl: While her profile confirms that she's female, Lyria and Katalina refer to her as a man in both her Fate Episodes, and she does nothing to correct them. It's not until her Cross-Fate with Milleore that it's pointed out. Even her introductory fate episode refers to her as a male to keep the surprise.

     Sevilbarra 

Voiced by: Kazuyuki Okitsu

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Rarity: SR
Element: Wind, Light (Event ver.)
Style: Attack
Charge Attack: Graceful In Death, Nocturnal Descent (Event ver.)

A wandering samurai pursuing rumors of a fearsome "demon blade" that was stolen from his family.

He later stars as the free event character of the "Reflections for a White Clover" event on 2018.


  • A Day in the Limelight: He is the event character in "Reflections for a White Clover".
  • BFS: His katana would be impractically long in the hands of a draph.
  • Continuity Nod: Sevilbarra has a shared gag in the Grand Blues! comics where he attends a "Brothers meet-up" with Lucius and Ryan, with the trio secretly discussing their younger sisters. However, Sevilbarra does not appear in comic #1081 alongside the two brothers, because his younger sister is now deceased, following the "Reflections for a White Clover" event.
  • Knight In Sour Armor: He puts on a carefree and boisterous facade, but the death of his family and his brother-in-law's subsequent descent into hateful obsession has left him jaded and bitter.
  • Revenge: His primary motivation is to take vengeance on the man that slaughtered his clan and to destroy the Demon Blade that caused so much tragedy.
  • You Remind Me of X: Lyria's insistence on playing Go until she wins reminds Sevilbarra of her late sister, who had the same attitude as her.

     Skull 

Voiced by: Kouki Uchiyama

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Rarity: SR
Element: Earth
Style: Attack
Charge Attack: Rain of Bullets

A Harvin who is part of the Odajumoki Gang in the "Gripping Freedom" event. He yearns for freedom and his main goal at first, was to defeat the Odajumoki Gang's boss at the time, Guzaletha so he can be free. But events during the course of "Gripping Freedom" has changed his mindset about what it means to be free and eventually joins the crew because he feels that the protagonist may have the answer that he really seeks for.


  • A Day in the Limelight: He is the featured character of the "Gripping Freedom" event.
  • Blood Knight: He really enjoys the thrill of a fight. And in his second fate episode, he is willing to injure himself against dangerous animals and enjoys it. This gets supported by his support skill, which increases his attack when an enemy is in Overdrive.
  • Blown Across the Room: In his Fate Episode, Skull Jr was running too fast but suddenly stopped when he saw Eustace. Skull then went flying in the air from the sudden change of momentum, and you had to find where he landed.
  • Canine Companion: Skull Jr. A North Husky treated as The Unfavorite by the other Odajumoki members because of its incompetence in learning new tricks. Only Skull took the time and effort to adapt and train the dog.
  • Parental Abandonment: It was revealed in the "Gripping Freedom" event that he was abandoned by his family when Gluzaletha found him.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: He claims to be smart but it's obvious that he isn't as bright as he appears to be.

     Suframare 

Voiced by: Minami Tanaka

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Rarity: SR
Element: Water
Style: Heal (Regular), Special (Summer ver.)
Charge Attack: Frost Watch (Regular), Freezing Summer (Summer ver.)

A magic tutor whose doctrine is anyone can learn magic if they apply themselves hard enough. Unfortunately Vyrn appears to be the one exception and Suframare is determined to correct that wrong by joining the crew.


  • An Ice Person: She primarily specializes in ice magic.
  • Commonality Connection: The Cross-Fate Episode between Elmott and Suframare deals with the two's common ground of interest towards taking care of the younger crew members.
  • Parasol of Pain: Suframare uses an umbrella as a weapon in her summer version.
  • Running Gag: In the Grand Blues! comics. She has a similar "SUFRAMAAARRE!" gag like Rackam whenever she gets accidentally injured by the attacks of either the monsters or her allies. Some strips use the same gag whenever Suframare's offers get rejected by her fellow skyfarers.
  • Stern Teacher: She will do her best to educate someone but she's aware of the need to reprimand students when they cause trouble.
  • Technician vs. Performer: Strongly believes in the technician side with practicing spells to learn magic, which is why she's so stumped by Vyrn's seemingly endless inability to do them.

     Ulamnuran 

Voiced by: Ayumu Murase

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Rarity: SR
Element: Water
Style: Special
Charge Attack: Illusion Dance, Illusion Theater (5★ Upgrade)

A cheerful, if somewhat clumsy, clown that travels the world spreading smiles, aiming to be the greatest performer in history. He joins the crew after hearing that they intend to go to the Island of the Astrals, believing that performing there will prove his talent to the world.


  • Blade on a Stick: His weapon of choice, and it has blades on both sides of the stick.
  • Non-Ironic Clown: He looks the part, and while he is a capable fighter, he really just wants to make people happy.
  • The Klutz: He frequently trips over his own feet when he's not performing, but he's fine when he's putting on a show.

     Yodarha 

Voiced by: Shigeru Chiba

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Rarity: R, SSR
Element: Water
Style: Balanced (R), Attack (SSR)
Charge Attack: Evil Bait (R), Ultimate Flash (SSR)

A quirky old fisherman, who hides untold amounts of wisdom and experience under his carefree attitude.


  • A Pupil of Mine, Until He Turned to Evil: His greatest failure, and the main reason he retired from swordsmanship to become a fisherman.
  • Badass Grandpa: He's kooky, old, and a first class asskicker, at least when he gets himself in gear.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: He doesn't take many things seriously and prefers to teach through unusual methods instead of being straightforward. His R weapon is even a fishing pole. However, during the rare occasions he gets serious, he could easily give Eahta a run for his money of the title of strongest katana wielder and one of the strongest characters in the game's canon.
  • Crutch Character: He's infamous for turning most of the early game into a cakewalk, making him one of the most first-picked SSR characters despite being a goofy old guy in a game full of cute girls, but falls off the curve later on.
  • Expy: The name isn't the only thing he has in common with Yoda, being a tiny and old, yet legendary swordmaster turned quirky hermit whose most promising student turned into a bad guy. They also share the same "jump and flip everywhere" style of swordsmanship.
  • Improvised Weapon: Has tied a metal weight to his fishing pole and uses it as a makeshift flail. It's really not that effective: his SSR version discards it to go back to his real weapon, a pair of katanas.
  • Ink-Suit Actor: He looks a lot like a tiny Shigeru Chiba. These days they even have the same hairdo.
  • Master Swordsman: When he was younger, this was his main trade. He's gotten older, but his skills have barely rusted.
  • Renaissance Man: "You're never too old to learn something new" is practically his catchphrase. As a result, over the course of his long life he's picked up an insane number of skills. When he shows up to a woodcarving class the rest of the crew is astonished there's something he doesn't know how to do.
  • Snot Bubble: When his Charge Attack Gauge is full, he seemingly goes to sleep accompanied with this.

     Zahlhamelina 

Voiced by: Yumi Hara

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Sun Priestess
Rarity: SSR
Element: Fire
Style: Special
Charge Attack: Alexander Plasma

A kind lady with the ability to manipulate fire, who dedicates her life to helping the innocent. After seeing Lyria deal with Leviathan from afar, she thinks No Man Should Have This Power. But once she discovers said power was in the hands of two idealistic teenagers, she instead joins them, vowing to never let them go down the wrong path.


  • Absolute Cleavage: Yes, on a Harvin. It's silly, but it's there.
  • Die or Fly: Her backstory. When she was a kid, a Primal Beast landed on her home island, ruining the climate and threatening the entire island. When the villagers thought of offering it a Human Sacrifice in exchange for their safety, she volunteered and went to meet the Beast, half-scared to death. Which is when she awakened her fire powers, and instead of dying, desperately fought it until it got tired and left. The sun piercing through the storm clouds following the battle gave her the inspiration to help people as much as she can, as well as her sun motif.
  • Difficult, but Awesome: Flare is one of, if not the most complicated skill in the game. It increases damage on both sides of the fight, by a ratio that changes every few seconds from 5 to 100% (not in order, or even in regular time increments, so there's a lot of values to remember). Pull it off right, and you can get a lot of extra damage; on the other hand, parties have been known to wipe because a badly timed attack resulted in a boss hitting twice as hard as it should have.
  • Lady of Black Magic: A kind, motherly lady with powerful yet complicated fire magic.
  • Meganekko: Possibly the only known Harvin wearing glasses as a sign of her intellect.
  • The Power of the Sun: Has fire powers, a strong affinity with the sun, and has a major sun theme in general.
  • Rapunzel Hair: It'd be ankle-length on a human. On her, it drags along the ground.
  • Red Baron: The Sun Priestess, after the events of her backstory.
  • Team Mom: Or rather, everyone's mom. She's constantly acting like a kind, hard working mother. The people of her homeland like to joke about it.
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