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     Farrah 

Voiced by: Mariya Ise

Hehe. I’d walk a thousand miles for your praise, ma’am! I’ll be at your side from now on!
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Squire Girl
R Version 
Event Version 
Summer Version 
Rarity: R, SR, SSR (Dual unit with Juri)
Element: Earth, Wind, Water, Light (Dual unit with Juri)
Style: Balanced, Defense (Wind Version), Attack (Summer Version)
Weapon Specialty: Sabre
Charge Attack: Super Ultra Killing Slash! (R version), Really Super Slash (SR version), New Really Super Slash! (Wind Version), Sizzling Super Slash! (Summer Version), Rending Twin Blades (Dual unit with Juri)

An imperial squire who defected from the Erste military upon reuniting with her senior, Katalina. Now as she travels aboard the Grandcypher, Farrah does everything she can to win Katalina's respect... including, occasionally, throwing herself into more danger than is entirely necessary.

One of the game's debut Rare characters, Farrah later received a gacha SR version alongside Juri's event "Blade of the Young Champion" in October 2014. She got another SR version in November 2015, this time as the starring character and freebie of her own event. She also featured heavily in Granblue's third anniversary event.


  • Adapted Out: In the game, she was captured by Eugen and his agents and was interrogated in order to find the whereabouts of the empire's weapons factory. This was dropped in the anime.
  • A Day in the Limelight: Farrah stars in the event "The Girl Who Leapt Through Mountains", accompanied by Yodahara as the supporting character.
  • Adorably Precocious Child: Constantly trying to prove that she's responsible and dependable, especially to Katalina.
  • Art Evolution: In addition to being a bit of a showcase for Granblue's art evolution overall, her later versions make her chin a little sharper and her hair somewhat softer than her R version. Her first SR version also completely redesigned her sprite from a stance and animation standpoint, and served as the basis for her event SR.
  • Character Tic: Her sprite during battle will have her tripping when she attacks occasionally.
  • Comically Lopsided Rivalry: Farrah and Vira have an intense dislike of each other and often compete with each other over Katalina, but Farrah's youthfulness hinders her a lot and Vira usually has the upper hand when it comes to being with Katalina and receiving her affections... though the rest of the comedy comes from the fact that Kat is rather friend-zoning both of them, and actually likes them both more or less equally.
  • Crushing Handshake: At the end of Farrah's summer episode, Katalina requested that Farrah and Vira should shake has as they were able to cooperate for once. But when they hear that the beach will have another competition event next year, they saw it as a chance to impress Katalina once more, while tightly gripping the each other's hands.
  • Defector from Decadence: She defected from the Erste military to reuinite with Katalina in the Grandcypher.
  • Knightly Sword and Shield: She's a former Erste soldier, yet is still proficient with the sword and shield.
  • Oblivious to Love: Juri is really obviously smitten with her, but it barely registers on her radar and she largely has eyes for Katalina.
  • Rivals Team Up: Farrah and Vira had to team-up and beat a monster that was interrupting a sport during Farrah's summer episode.
  • Supreme Chef: She's capable of cooking very impressive dishes for Katalina.

     Feather 

Voiced by: Soma Saito

Next time... if there is a next time... let’s let our fists do the talking!
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Blue Thunder Fist-Fighter
SR Version 
R Version 
Halloween Version 
Rarity: R, SR, SSR
Element: Light, Dark (Halloween ver.)
Style: Attack
Weapon Specialty: Melee
Charge Attack: Belief Blow (R), Aminus Strike (SR, Halloween ver.) Fist Flash Lightning (SR 5★ Upgrade), Raging Blast Knuckle (SSR)

A spirited young man who lives for the thrill of a good fight. Feather joins the crew after hearing about the protagonist's strength, and wants to challenge them to a round.


  • Bishounen: He's fairly attractive, especially in his "A Thousand Reasons" event art.
  • Childhood Friends: With Randall, though Randall won't ever admit to being friends with Feather.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: His obsession with duking it out with everyone and everything baffles most of the crew, but by the time of the "Halloween Night" 2018 event, most of them have figured out what he means to say.
  • Comically Missing the Point: Manages to make everything about hot-blooded battles, especially things that aren't about hot-blooded battles... like Valentine's Day and Halloween.
    Feather: Each candy is like a written challenge, right? The trick means a no-holds-barred battle to the bitter end! In other words... Halloween is all-out war! Battle after battle! A festival of flying fists!
    Lyria: Umm... Fif got it right anyway...
    Vyrn: The problem is Feather...
  • Defeat Equals Friendship: A dedicated believer in the trope, he feels that the best way to communicate one's feelings is with one's fists.
  • Double Entendre: A good chunk of his 2018 White Day and Halloween lines are pretty obliviously (and aggressively) sexual:
    "I'm ready for a hotbed of activity with you! It doesn't matter if it's for hours on end!"
    "I want to rock you to the very core of your being! Until we know each other inside and out! Because that's now much I respect your strength!"
    "Take my candy, then take me for a ride!"
    "Halloween's the night for us to rock it out hard!"
  • Expy: Visually, of Rock Howard.
  • Friendly Rivalry: Goes way back with Randall, and their rivalry is only about knowing who's the stronger one in terms of close combat. The "A Thousand Reasons" event lampshades this, with the referee mentioning them as "frenemies since childhood".
  • Good Old Fisticuffs: He's got nothing but his fists, but they're all he needs.
  • Hot-Blooded: Wants to fight with everyone and is just about always excited and energetic.
  • No Indoor Voice: He's almost always yelling, which in turn gets him yelled at by Randall.
  • Oblivious to Love: Boy, his Valentine's message speaks this loud. He thought the chocolates that are given by Djeeta are chocolates meant to get him pumped up for a fight.
  • Shock and Awe: His punches are brimming with electricity.
  • Shout-Out: Feather's entire motif is very clearly a love letter to Rock Howard of Garou: Mark of the Wolves fame, right down to his Skybound Art and SR Charge Attack.
  • Spirited Competitor: Feather loves nothing more than a good, honest scrap against a Worthy Opponent, and is constantly seeking to improve himself so he can challenge stronger foes.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Randall. Lampshaded in "A Thousand Reasons."
    Commentator: On my cards here, I see that these two have been frenemies since childhood!
  • Worthy Opponent: Not him, but this is how he feels about Randall.

     Feena 

Voiced by: Haruka Tomatsu

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Goblin Crusher
Event Version 
Christmas Version 
Rarity: SR (Event, Christmas ver.), SSR
Element: Wind, Light (Christmas ver.)
Style: Balanced, Attack (Christmas, SSR)
Weapon Specialty: Bow
Charge Attack: Abolish Arrow Trifecta (SR), Holly Launcher (Christmas), Invincible Crusher (SSR)

Working as an agent in the group called Goblin Busters, Feena made her debut in the event "The Sleeping Island Giant" as its free SR character. She later gained an SSR version a year later, and a Christmas-themed one on December 2017. She is one of the many characters who originated from Rage of Bahamut.

She is a close friend of Goblin Mage, accompanying her most of the time and treat her like a little sister.


  • Automatic Crossbows: She wields one, but the projectiles are drills. Her Chirstmas version has a smaller variant of crossbows though, and it gets averted in her Event version in favor of a bow.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her Christmas outfit reveals a lot of her abdomen.
  • Brutal Honesty: She doesn't mince words, and will certainly call thugs "chumps" if they deserve it.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: She is noted to be a person who goes at their own pace but nevertheless, she is a capable agent.
  • Cute Little Fangs: She has two protruding teeth on both sides.
  • Genki Girl: Really cheerful most of the time.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: In her SSR version's outfit, there are goggles placed only on her cap.
  • Reverse Psychology: Uses this to escape bondage. Feena tells the goblins that because they tied her up, the goblins are only proving that they are cowards, since they can't fight her directly. The goblins then proceed to untie her. And when she says it's unfair for her to fight them unarmed, a goblin is fooled to give her a crossbow.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Claims that goblins should fear her for her fame. Played for Laughs when goblins don't even know her in the first place.
    Goblin: You say you're famous, but I've never heard of you!
    Feena: Wha? You can't be serious
    Goblin: Oh, but I am. You just look like another stinky human to me!
  • This Is a Drill: Her SSR version uses drills as her arrows.

     Fiorito 

Voiced by: Fairouz Ai

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Blossoming Muscle
Rarity: SSR
Element: Earth
Style: Attack
Weapon Specialty: Melee
Charge Attack: Muscolo Fioritura

A young woman who travels the world to become more powerful. Harbors a darkness within that is slowly growing and becoming more threatening.


  • Bare-Fisted Monk: Fiorito prefers to fight with her fists.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Wears a very high-cut crop top, showing off her abs.
  • Crippling Overspecialization: Trilok Smash and Muscles' Don't Lie requires the player to fill their grid with at least 5 earth melee weapons to be fully effective. Only a few earth melee weapons can be obtained by grinding (Baihu Claw, Sephira Emerald Duke, Gauntlet of Uriel, and Six-Ruin fist Terra), and the rest require you to whale on the gacha for Ayer's draw weapon or trade in Gold or Silver Moons.
  • Critical Status Buff: Her attack and defense rises the lower her HP gets. Additionally, if she has less than 25% HP remaining, she automatically uses her first skill, Trilok Smash, at the end of each turn.
  • Last Chance Hit Point: She can gain stacks of a buff called Rosa Pack, and each one lets her withstand a normally lethal attack, leaving her at one HP.
  • Meet My Good Friends "Lefty" and "Righty": She calls her abs "Rosa."
  • Power at a Price: Bulk Up gives Fiorito guaranteed double attacks at the cost of 80% of her HP.
  • Sweet Tooth: She really wants pudding anytime it's mentioned but her strict training regime and diet keeps her from eating it. The Captain, Lyria and Vyrn decided to make her pudding made out of tofu instead so she can enjoy the dessert without completely throwing out her regime.
  • Status-Buff Dispel: Fiorito's charge attack removes one buff from the enemy.
  • Who Wears Short Shorts?: She wears very short shorts.

     Florence 

Voiced by: Toa Yukinari

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Graceful Head Sorceress
Rarity: SSR
Element: Wind
Style: Special
Weapon Specialty: Staff
Charge Attack: Nature's Retribution

A powerful sorceress from the kingdom of Dalmore who is the older sister of the knight Gawain, and was also the one who placed a curse on him for his arrogance.


  • Cool Mask: Wears one during her Charge Attack, and also wore one in the Wind version of Gawain's Fate Episodes.. You can even change her character pose art to have her mask on!
  • Promoted to Playable: While she was originally just a part of Gawain's fate episodes, she finally became a recruitable character during the September 30, 2020 Premium Gala when "The Savior of Dalmore" story event was underway.
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     Friday 

Voiced by: Asami Imai

FRIED SHRIMP will destroy the past that binds you to your antiquated work ethic! Come! Abandon your workaholic ways and know the joys of work-life balance!
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Summer Version
Rarity: SR (Summer ver.)
Element: Fire (Summer ver.)
Style: Balanced (Summer ver.)
Weapon Specialty: Melee+Gun
Charge Attack: Bury The Past (Summer ver.), Great Friday Fever (Summer Ver. on Fridays)

A businesswoman with an unusual obsession of distributing the custom of PREMIUM Friday to the working masses at any cost, with the help of her mechanized flame-spewing shrimp, FRIED SHRIMP. No, somehow this isn't a Lowain delusion made real.


  • Animal Motif: Fried(ay) shrimp.
  • Berserk Button: Exhausting working conditions with very little downtime will cause her to go on a rant on how one should balance their work schedule with proper rest.
  • Cute Little Fangs: Visible whenever she laughs or smiles.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Aside from her obsession with the Premium Friday tradition, she also has shades of being this, such as in "Kappa Summer Chronicle" where she greets the protagonists with "We meet again so soon" as if nothing happened a few moments after Vyrn pulled her out of the restaurant for being noisy.
  • Dub Name Change: The Japanese name for her mech is "Ebifri" (Japanese shorthand for, well, fried shrimp) and was literally translated. As such, the acronym it was shorthand for as a mech (Elite Vision of Fantastic Life) had to be changed to the below to preserve the joke.
  • Fantasy Counterpart Appliance: She somehow has an electronic tablet for watching video and controlling FRIED SHRIMP. She explains it away as ancient technology.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: There's a thigh strap only on her right leg.
  • Friendly Enemy: Her Establishing Character Moment in the first Premium Friday side quest starts off with this impression, as she questions the crew's work ethics to the point where you get to fight her mecha. While the sane members acknowledge her as a Plucky Comic Relief, some like Vyrn are still wary of her actions.
  • Fun with Acronyms: FRIED SHRIMP stands for a Fantastically Radical Idea for Ending Drudgery, Saving Human Resources from Infinite Mental Pain.
  • Go-Karting with Bowser: While Vyrn still can't forget what happened during the crew's first meeting with Friday, she states that she didn't come to the Riverfolk festival to antagonize the crew this time. Granted, she's more of a Plucky Comic Relief, and even dines in a restaurant and spends summer together with the protagonists. Subverted near the end, as she did cause trouble for the restaurant that the protagonists were helping at.
    Friday: I'm not here to destroy the past which binds you to your antiquated work ethic. Maybe next time!
    Vyrn: We don't need you destroying anything! Geez, you're really one to watch out for...
  • Gratuitous English: The full Japanese name of FRIED SHRIMP is spoken in English.
  • Hour of Power: Or more like, Day of Power, since all of her abilities get boosted on Fridays. This also makes her a Joke Character when played on any other days of the week.
  • Joke Character: Her subskills and Charge Attack rely on the game being played on a Friday, otherwise the former are completely inactive, and the latter is less effective.
  • Humongous Mecha: Not content with just a mecha shrimp loaded with flamethrowers, her FRIED SHRIMP has multiple transformations, all of them still shrimp-themed in shape and form.
  • Large Ham: Speaks so loud inside the Miyasato restaurant that Vyrn had to drag her outside so as not to disturb the other customers.
  • Lost in Translation: Her playable swimsuit version's skills in Japanese have the same acronym as her mecha, but it's translated literally, losing the connection to her mech.
  • Meaningful Name: Literally takes her name from the day of the week that she loves to promote.
  • Meganekko: Is always seen wearing red-framed glasses.
  • Oh My Gods!: She has a habit of shouting "Oh My Bahamut!" in pure Gratuitous English when she's surprised at a revelation.
  • Plucky Comic Relief: Her obsession with the Premium Friday tradition, her shrimp-based things, and her giant shrimp-themed mecha are indications that she is nothing else by a comic relief character. As such, she provides most of the comedy factor in the otherwise serious "Kappa Summer Chronicle" event.
  • Promoted to Playable: She was introduced on December 2018 to kick off the special Premium Friday quests, before making her leap to playable with her swimsuit version on July 2019.
  • Put on a Bus: With the final Premium Friday quest of 2020, she and FRIED SHRIMP decide to take a break from promoting Premium Friday so she and FRIED SHRIMP can go on a journey of self-discovery.
  • Reality Ensues: No matter how "noble" her cause is in the "Kappa Summer Chronicle" event, Friday still commited an offense against the Miyasato restaurant when she destroyed their food supply. Nonetheless, Siegfried still had to turn her over to the authorities.
  • Right for the Wrong Reasons: Friday is the first person to be suspicious of the Sushi Chef of Miyasato restaurant, claiming the chef to be overworking himself, as she notes that the restaurant doesn't have any other staff members despite being able to deliver all the customers' orders. It goes to the point where Friday secretly followed him in his hideout. She is correct that there are overworked people in there, but it's not just the chef, but also all the other kappas helping him prepare ingredients.
  • Single-Issue Wonk: Promoting Premium Friday is her sole driving motivation for doing anything.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Anything related to shrimp. Friday states that she came to the Riverfolk Festival just so that she could taste sushi.
  • Villain Has a Point: Though Friday's attempts of stopping the sushi restaurant in "Kappa Summer Chronicle" are misguided, she is eventually proven right about the restaurant's issue of having overworked staff, as evidenced by the head chef collapsing from fatigue.
  • Villainous Rescue: Friday makes up for the arson she committed at Miyasato kitchen by giving Kyuta her special prawn ingredient, just in time to help satisfy the food critic Savarin's taste..
  • We All Live in America: Her obsession of bringing Premium Friday about makes a lot more sense in the game's home country as a massive in-joke, since that practice is government-mandated but her crusade carries very little of that weight or context outside of Japan.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Wanting people to have better working conditions and time to enjoy with their families is definitely a noble goal but she more often than not resorts to arson as her first and only method to accomplish them.
  • Wrote the Book: In "Kappa Summer Chronicle", Friday still finds time to advertise her written books (targeted at workaholics) namely "Premium Friday for Dummies", "Quality of Life Assessment" and "Work Balance Will Complete You", while also boasting about having them autographed, at a discount, or being advertised in her own seminars.

     Gawain 

Voiced by: Tomokazu Seki

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Armor of Pride
Light Version 
Rarity: SSR
Element: Wind, Light
Style: Defense, Attack (Light)
Weapon Specialty: Axe+Spear
Charge Attack: Flash Flurry, Flashstorm Destruction (5★ Upgrade), Spontaneous Indiscretion (Light Version)

A strong knight from the kingdom of Dalmore who is cursed of having a mask placed on him forever for his arrogance lest he learns to be humble and of generosity.


  • A Day in the Limelight: Gawain is the feature character of the Dragon Knights event, "The Savior of Dalmore".
  • An Axe to Grind: While his weapons initially look like spears, they are actually one-sided axes. And this is indeed reflected by his weapon specialty.
  • Badass Cape: He wears a very large black cape along with his red armor.
  • Birds of a Feather: With Lennah. Despite how opposing they are in personality, they both found a common ground in each other at the fact that they were both cursed despite the circumstances of how they were cursed are different.
  • Brooding Boy, Gentle Girl: The dynamic that Gawain and Lennah have in their Cross-Fate Episode; as Gawain rues the day he was cursed, Lennah still remains positive in life.
  • Brutal Honesty: While Gawain can sympathize with Lennah due to their similar conditions of being bound to curses. He doesn't at least mince words to describe their situation.
    Lennah: So you see... I don't think myself misfortunate at all.
    Gawain: No, that's the very definition of misfortune. You're suffering more than others are. That's what the word means.
    Lennah: Oh, so you regard yourself unfortunate then?
    Gawain: Of course I do... Just look at the humiliation I have to suffer.
  • Character Development: Gawain starts off as a cursed Jerkass knight who has to relearn compassion in order to free himself of his curse while under the employ of the crew. Over the course of his Fate Episodes, he finally starts to learn of compassion and this culminates to Gawain choosing to stay with the crew so he can come back as someone worthy of being the Hero of Dalmore.
  • Char Clone: He certainly looks the part, being a blonde, masked individual with incredible fighting capabilities, and wears armor that's colored red, the preferred color of Char Aznable himself.
  • Charles Atlas Superpower: Like Siegfried, he's capable of taking down a huge army all by himself. Unlike Siegfried, he doesn't have an explanation to his super strength.
  • Cruel to Be Kind: The sorceress who cursed him was actually his older sister Florence, who put the curse on him to teach him humility and compassion because the alternative was to let the king execute him.
  • Desperation Attack: His second skill gives a "Jammed" buff, and he has a passive skill that boosts his attack and defense stats. Both become stronger the lower his HP is.
  • The Dreaded: To the people of Dalmore. Played with that he didn't use to be dreaded so badly but growing power hungry and egoistic has caused people to fear and also hate him.
  • Drunk with Power: Supposedly what started his Took a Level in Jerkass attitude, he originally becomes a knight with good intentions but he let all the praises he received fuel his ego and it made him feel bored, reveling in the greed of the power he had been given as a strong knight which is why he was cursed. Subverted in the event "The Savior of Dalmore", where flashbacks revealed that he always had good intentions, but never bothered to dispel the rumors around him.
  • Fatal Flaw: His big ego and pride is what led him to be cursed.
  • I Choose to Stay: After his final fate episode, he chooses to stay with the crew rather than return to Dalmore both to repay the crew for their kindness and to ensure that when he finally does return, that he'll be a man worthy of being its hero.
  • Jerkass: In contrast to most of the playable characters, he acts arrogant and rude towards everyone, even Lyria and Vyrn. Though that said, his 5★ uncap and final uncap fate episode reveals that he didn't use to be like how he currently is, having used to be a well-meaning man until he Took a Level in Jerkass.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Turns out he still is a rude and arrogant person through and through, but behind his tough exterior is a man with good intentions.
  • Karma Meter: Grand Blues! Comic #70 is a Parody of this "mechanic" as Gawain's cursed armor talks to him, constantly reminding how many points he has earned for helping people or being a jerk.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Gawain's Light version is an extremely rare example of a Light Enmity attacker. He's essentially what Predator would be as a Light character, but with a few changes, namely that when his HP is low, his skills make him much more difficult to kill, either healing him as Light characters are known to do, or just giving him Unchallenged and making him untouchable. He is weak to Burn, Poison, and other damage over time, though, as is common for Enmity characters, if he can't heal himself fast enough.
  • One-Man Army: In the event "Savior of Dalmore", he's shown in a flashback to be able to take down a huge invasion force almost all by himself, with Florence casting a massive spell to wipe out the rest. Used again later in the story to fight against the dragon hybrids. It comes to a point where Aglovale revises the conditions of the Wales-Dalmore alliance to have just Gawain come to their aid in times of crisis, instead of the entire Dalmore army.
  • Shout-Out: His recent art update in his event The Hero of Dalmore has him crossed arms while maintaining a haughty attitude, similar to an archer his voice actor has played before.
  • Stone Wall: He is a strong defense contender on wind element teams and when fully levelled, has the same utility as the hero's Holy Saber class.
  • Theme Naming: He shares his name with Gawain of the Arthurian mythology. Ironically, however, Gawain has no connection with the Dragon Knights who were majorly named after Arthurian figures sans Vane... at least until the event "The Savior of Dalmore".
  • Took a Level in Kindness: By the end of all of his final uncap fate episode, he grew to learn of compassion and accept the crew as his friends.
  • Uriah Gambit: Subjected to one by Pete, his then commanding officer. It backfired spectacularly when they learned that Gawain (and Florence) was all they needed to take down the invading forces of Wales.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: He was far less rude and arrogant when he was a young teenager than he is now.
  • We Want Our Jerk Back: In the ending for "Savior of Dalmore", the crew tease Gawain in saying it's weird to hear him sincerely thanking them and commenting they miss his usual bluster.

     Gayne 

Voiced by: Mai Nakahara

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Sword Song Dancer
Rarity: SR
Element: Earth
Style: Special
Weapon Specialty: Sabre
Charge Attack: Sublime Step, Blade Carousel (5★ Upgrade)

An elegant practitioner of the art of Sword Dancing. After having a falling out with her partner, Helnar, she seeks a new dance partner. She believes she finds one when she meets the protagonist, but after they refuse she decides to join them to continue her search for one. Actually is on the shy side when not dancing.


  • Dance Battler: Her specialty. She is apparently quite entrancing as she dances.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: Wears toeless thigh-highs, leaving her mostly barefoot.
  • The Ojou: While it is not certain whether she is actually part of a noble family or not, she definitely speaks like one. Using the very formal Japanese Pronoun "watakushi" and ending most of her sentences with the very feminine, "wa".
  • Pimped-Out Dress: Her dance outfit is very elegant.
  • Ship Tease: Mostly with Helnar, but the latter's tendencies to flirt with other girls downplays this.

     Hazen 

Voiced by: Kenji Hamada

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R Version 
Rarity: R, SR
Element: Wind
Style: Defense, Heal
Weapon Specialty: Staff+Melee
Charge Attack: Fist of Punishment

A priest of the Wind God who decides to accompany the Captain after seeing such young kids being sent on dangerous missions. He's nice but he's got a bit of a... temper.


  • Badass Preacher: The protagonists first meet him while he's casually fishing in the middle of a dangerous miasma full of monsters with nary a concern for either.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: Though he does carry a staff, he doesn't really need it as his fists are strong enough to dent steel.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Normally kind and peaceful, but when angry enough, watch out.
  • Drill Sergeant Nasty: That temper he's got was mainly applied to whipping his cadets into shape back when he was in the army.
  • Eyes Always Shut: When he opens them, it means he's angry.
  • Game Face: His uncap artworks reflect his angry side, and they are very different compared to his usual calm demeanor.
  • Gentle Giant: Normally, but be careful when he's angry.
  • Papa Wolf: He immediately joins the crew from a parental instinct to help Lyria and the Captain.

     Herja 

Voiced by: Minako Kotobuki

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R Version 
SR Version 
Rarity: R, SR, SSR
Element: Earth
Style: Balanced, Defense (SSR)
Weapon Specialty: Sabre
Charge Attack: Blade Action (R), Blade Arc (SR), Mercenary Blade (SSR)

The top boss of a mercenary/agent group, Herja belongs to a family known for seeking glory. She seeks to start a journey of meeting with her family once again, and joins the crew for a chance to let it happen.


  • All Love Is Unrequited:
    • Herja is a commander of the Iron Spear, who fell in love with a gentleman. It turns out, the guy had a Dark and Troubled Past when the Iron Spear took out his family. He wants revenge for it, and holds bitterness against members of the faction. This puts any romantic build-up between them to a halt.
    • It is revealed in her Cross-Fate Episode with Yngwie that she has difficulties controlling her emotions when she's flustered. Herja nearly falls romantically for a man who just bandaged her wound, only to find out that he's already married to another girl. Afterwards, when the other townsfolk try to help her, she thinks that everyone is interested in her, and starts running away.
  • Badass Cape: Her SR version has one over her sweater.
  • BFS: Her sword in her SR version seems bigger than the original. This is even the case with her SSR version.
  • Impossibly-Low Neckline: She removes the scarf in her SR version's uncap art, and it shows that her sweater's neckline is below her shoulders.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: The "j" in her name is pronounced like "y", as in Herya.
  • Sweater Girl: Her SR version is dressed like this.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Sea green in her case.
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     Illnott 

Voiced by: Akari Kitou

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King of the Night
Rarity: SSR
Element: Fire
Style: Attack
Weapon Specialty: Gun
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Kill The City

She is known as the "King of the Night", an individual who secretly roams and... paints graffiti!


  • Impossibly-Low Neckline: The neckline of her dress nearly goes below her shoulders. What's holding them in place?
  • The Lad-ette: She loves nighttime, vampires, and the smell of spray paint. While her actual hobby is spray-painting, she also scales buildings to go along with it.
  • Meganekko: Just like Friday, Illnott wears glasses.
  • The Night Owl: She does her graffiti and street art business during nighttime, which also explains her title, "King of The Night". It's also written in her official profile that she loves nighttime, and hates daytime and "good morning" calls.
  • Not a Morning Person: As mentioned above, Illnott hates daytime and "good morning" calls. The Captain, Lyria and Vyrn figured out the hard way when bugging her during the day resulted in them being her "hug pillows". And, thanks to her strength from scaling buildings night after night, all three are locked in her hugs until she wakes up at night.
  • Red Baron: King of the Night

     Ippatsu 

Voiced by: Norio Wakamoto

Ramen! My sweet ambrosia, how I've longed for you! (Slurp…chew…bite…gulp)
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R Version 
Summer Version 
Rarity: R, SR
Element: Fire
Style: Special
Weapon Specialty: Melee
Charge Attack: Bamboo Burst (R, Summer ver.) , Spicy-Hot Impact (SR)

A strange wanderer obsessed with ramen. He joins the crew in his quest to taste every style of ramen in the skies and find his old savior, a ramen cook so skilled he was hired by the Knights of Septennial.


  • A Boy and His X: Parodied. His Summer version's skill unlock episode is entitled "A Man and His Ramen". True enough, that title alone summarizes his entire story. He doesn't want to eat anything else aside from Ramen.
  • Clark Kent Outfit: He's fairly buff, but you wouldn't know that from his very disheveled looks.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: From afar, he looks like an overly quirky hobo. Once you get to know him... he's still pretty much that. But if outraged enough, he proves to be a formidable brawler.
  • Excuse Me While I Multitask: Casually eats ramen when preparing a skill.
  • Food Porn: His Fate Episodes have lovingly overwrought descriptions of all the ramen varieties he consumes. And his unlock weapons are ramen dishes, capturing every detail of the real deal.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Oversized chopsticks tied together into a large nunchuck.
  • Large Ham: Really, when was the last time Norio Wakamoto has done any other kind of role?
  • Mechanically Unusual Class: His skills all depend on really weird factors, like "quality of fish stock" or "how well is the egg cooked". Although that really boils down to "random effect strength"
  • Odd Friendship: He strikes up a friendship with Lilele solely because the two are just that obsessed with ramen.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: RAAAAAAAAMEN! The man he's looking for saved his life when he was starving, and ever since he's been obsessed with the stuff.
  • What If?: Grand Blues! Comic #962 is titled "An Ippatsu What-if-Series" - If everyone in the skies were Ippatsu. It features the scene and characters from the tutorial all having Ippatsu's head and slurping on Ramen while re-enacting the part where Gran and Vyrn finds Lyria, along with modified lines to at least mention "ramen".

     Isaac 

Voiced by: Kosuke Toriumi

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Handy-Dandy Engineer
Rarity: SSR
Element: Water
Style: Defense
Weapon Specialty: Gun/Melee
Race: Human
Charge Attack: Handy-Dandy Excavation

An engineer whose family immigrated from the moon to the skydoms generations ago. He avoids getting too deeply involved with people and wishes to one day return to the moon to fulfill his ancestral obligations. Made his first appearance in "Spaghetti Syndrome".


  • Blade Below the Shoulder: He has a Hot Blade mounted to his right arm, which he can extend or retract when needed.
  • Celibate Hero: As shown in "Spaghetti Syndrome", Grace had apparently been pestering him for a while to marry and have children with her, although he turns her down every time due to knowing she was dangerous and not planning to marry anyone anyway due to his mission.
  • The Chessmaster: Proves to be a surprisingly effective one during "Home Sweet Moon", as he pretended to be the crew's enemy when they come to rescue him and the others from the moon, so as to prevent Central Axis from suspecting him to be a traitor. He also kept turning down Central Axis's body augmentations, as he knew the surgery would take so long that when it began, Cassius would become someone else's responsibility and disposed of.
  • Comically Missing the Point: He doesn't understand why Gwynne would know she was adopted despite the fact that her adoptive parents are Draphs and she has a very blatant lack of Draph horns, and genuinely never expected her to find out.
  • Double Reverse Quadruple Agent: He sends a distress call from the moon begging the Society to rescue him, Raybury and Cassius, yet sends an army of Cassius clones to fight the Captain, Vaseraga and Gwynne when they show up to rescue them. He had a good reason for this, as going against Central Axis too early would have outed him as a traitor and jeopardized the three's survival. When the Society reaches him, he finally drops the act and makes his intentions to get saved clear.
  • Forced into Evil: Enforced and invoked by Isaac himself in "Home Sweet Moon", as following the orders of Central Axis was the only way he can safeguard Cassius until rescue arrives.
  • Give Him a Normal Life: More of a sibling variant, as he decided that his younger sister Gwynne shouldn't be burdened with their family's ancestral duty to return to the Moon and had close friends of his adopt her several years ago.
  • Ground Punch: His Charge Attack features him doing this, taking a running start to perform a huge leap, before coming down on his enemy while wreathed in fire to drive his arm-mounted Hot Blade into them, kicking up a large dust cloud in the process from the force of his landing.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: He attempts one at the end of the second act of "Home Sweet Moon" by sending Cassius back to the Sky World with the Automagods on his own, due to not having a spacesuit to survive the trip. Luckily for him, the Cassius he sent was one of his mass-produced test clones and the real Cassius rescues him before he's brought to trial for his betrayal.
  • Hot Blade: Has a thermal cutter mounted on his hazard suit's right arm, which he frequently uses to attack with.
  • Hypocrisy Nod: Derides Central Axis and the Otherworlders for their callous employment of clones, while acknowledging he himself is no better for having made clones of Cassius to fight the crew.
  • I Ate WHAT?!: Has this reaction when finding out that Grace had fed him some of her dead Otherworldler pet.
  • I Did What I Had to Do: Averted. While nobody thinks any less of him for siccing an army of Cassius clones he created on them to avoid looking like a traitor to Central Axis, he deeply loathes himself for doing such a thing and sees himself as scum.
  • Kidnapped Scientist: He's taken into custody by Central Axis following his return to the moon and finds himself forced to experiment on Cassius in order to keep them both alive until help can arrive.
  • Meganekko: A male variant. He's a sweet, dorky, and amicable man and has a pair of glasses, a trait which he shares with his younger sister Gwynne.
  • Non-Action Guy: He can't really fight unless he's got his hazard suit, and with it he can only really resort to crudely punching his enemy or slashing at them with his Hot Blade.
  • Not Good with People: His prime goal of getting to the moon caused him to shirk being around others due to knowing any relationships he made wouldn't last, although after returning from the moon he decides to get rid of this mindset starting with his younger sister Gwynne.
  • Not So Different: Towards the end of his Fate Episodes, he decides that he and Grace were similar in that they both used and sacrificed others for their own goals, given he had both strung the party along during their rescue mission and created an army of Cassius clones to fight them.
  • Perma-Stubble: Has a noticeable 5-o'clock shadow.
  • The Pig-Pen: Had apparently neglected to shower for a while due to busying himself with getting him and the others rescued in "Home Sweet Moon", to the point that Zeta physically recoils from the smell when picking him up after he gets back home.
  • Laser Cutter: As befitting an engineer, he uses a plasma cutter in battle.
  • Playing with Fire: Has a flamethrower mounted on his arm along with a Hot Blade, and his ougi features him crashing down on the enemy while surrounded in flames.
  • Powered Armor: The "gear" that he uses for high-risk engineering jobs is basically this. It's been passed down through his family for generations to get them acclimated to the harsh conditions of the moon. Since he's basically a non-combatant without it, he only fights with the armor on in gameplay.
  • Promoted to Playable: He debuted in 2020's "Spaghetti Syndrome" event and was made playable a year later for "Home Sweet Moon".
  • Shared Family Quirks: His silver hair and glasses are traits he shares with his younger sister Gwynne, as well as their fondness for sausage and potatoes with root beer.
  • Shout-Out: As a space engineer thrown into a situation way bigger than him, he's named after Isaac Clarke. Notably, the Spaghetti Syndrome event weapon is noted to be one of his tools that he modded to function like a gun... and it's pretty much exactly the Plasma Cutter from the games mounted on a wooden stock.
  • Sympathy for the Devil: Despite knowing full well how dangerous she was, he still feels sad after learning Grace had died and recovers her remains to mourn her with Gwynne, due to both of them being close with her when she was still alive. He is also genuinely enraged when an Otherworlder takes her form in front of him and says she's being tortured in the Otherworld, burning its face off without hesitation.
  • Verbal Tic: Refers to anyone he talks to as "cousin", as his long lineage means there's a chance, no matter how improbable, that someone is distantly related to him.
  • Wanting Is Better Than Having: He spent his entire life working to fulfil his ancestor's dreams of returning to the moon. Once he gets there however, he finds himself appalled by the moondwellers and their culture and the things he had to do for them to avoid looking like a traitor. By the time rescue arrives and he can drop the act, he dearly misses the Sky World.
    Issac: In mere seconds they can make the decision to recycle a life, yet it takes them three hundred years to file an application form? These people are insane!
  • White Sheep: All moondwellers we've seen are at best robotic in mannerisms, at worst emotionless and dangerous. In contrast, his family's been in the Sky for so long that he's essentially just a skydweller with silver hair and a longing to get back to the moon, putting him at odds with his supposed brethren more often than not (aside from Cassius himself).

     J.J. 

Voiced by: Subaru Kimura

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Lyric Star
Summer Version 
Rarity: SR
Element: Light, Earth (Summer)
Style: Special
Weapon Specialty: Harp
Charge Attack: Road to Victory, Power Scratching (Summer)

Once an orphan who fell in with the wrong crowd, J.J. got saved from a life of delinquency when a certain someone taught him the power of words over violence. Nowadays he shed his antisocial ways and instead took up music.


  • Ambiguously Brown: He's obviously meant to be black, but he's also pretty much the only one ever shown, and wherever he comes from remains a mystery since he was orphaned at a very young age.
  • Connected All Along: Sierokarte was the one who got him back on the right path while trying to teach him wordplay. He took her teachings to heart a lot more than she expected.
  • Deadly Disc: Actual music discs, no less.
  • Gratuitous English: All the time. Especially when he starts rapping.
  • Instrument of Murder: Fights using a magical turntable and glowing discs.
  • In the Hood: He always wears a hood and doesn't take it off even in the beach.
  • Karma Houdini: J.J. saves the kid who stole his wallet from an angry ruffian whom the kid later attempted to pickpocket but was caught red-handed in the act.
  • Martial Pacifist: One of the least aggressive members of the crew, who always tries to talk first, challenge to a rap battle second, and fight only if nothing else works. But if he has to fight, he will definitely fight.
  • Mechanically Unusual Class: His regular skills are all about buffing the team with stackable effects.
  • Rhymes on a Dime: At least in the English translation, where he occasionally slips this style in his sentences.
  • Tracking Device: J.J.'s wallet has a bell inside it so he knows where it is just by hearing. The crew uses this fact to track down a burglar kid in town when the wallet was stolen.
  • Verbal Tic: Maaaaaan

     Jamil 

Voiced by: Nobunaga Shimazaki

Friends... I understand, Master (Captain). I will follow you as a shadow... and as a friend.
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Dark Version 
Rarity: SR
Element: Earth, Dark
Style: Special, Attack (Dark)
Weapon Specialty: Dagger
Charge Attack: Irjas (Earth), Istlyja (Dark)

A young assassin who comes from a family that served the royalty of the Mephorash kingdom for ages before it fell. He seeks revenge on the Black Knight whom he deems as responsible for the clan's fall. He would later cross paths with the crew and join their quest.


  • A Day in the Limelight: He is one of the focus characters in the event, No Rain, No Rainbow.
  • Ambiguously Brown: He's brown-skinned. And like J.J, his family's origins aren't detailed.
  • Badass Cape: In his initial version, he wears a purple cape which is also a part of his hood.
  • Behind the Black: Since he is an assassin, he can conceal his presence and appear out of nowhere. This briefly surprises Seox (another assassin) in "No Rain, No Rainbow" as Jamil suddenly sat behind Seox without the latter noticing it.
  • Comically Missing the Point: He doesn't quite get the point of Halloween costumes as his costume is him using a disguise as Vyrn. He decides that next year he'll use an even better disguise.
  • In the Hood: Sports one in his initial Earth version
  • Knife Nut: He dual-wields daggers.
  • The Night Owl: His training as an assassin has accustomed Jamil to be working at night, a trait which he uses to help in "No Rain, No Rainbow".
  • Revenge: His original motive before meeting the crew was to get revenge on the Black Knight for supposedly being responsible for the fall of his clan.
  • Reverse Grip: Jamil holds his daggers in this manner.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Gran/Djeeta after they helped him escape from Erste empire soldiers.

     Jasmine 

Voiced by: Saori Goto

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R Version 
Rarity: R, SR
Element: Earth
Style: Heal
Weapon Specialty: Spear, Staff (SR)
Charge Attack: Earth Crash (R), Forest Friends (SR)

A young lady living in the forest since childhood, whom the player and crew met in their search for a herbalist. Due to her talent, she was invited to join to their crew where she eventually grows a desire to help others.


  • A Day in the Limelight: She has a large focus in the "Ranger Sign: Bravo!" event, being from the same island as the main character of the event, Walder.
  • Childhood Friends: Subverted for her and Walder. While they knew each other as children, Jasmine says that they weren't really friends and didn't play with each other. Rather, Walder acted as more of a guardian for all of the other children and took up many responsibilities, even as a child himself.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: Similarly to Yggdrasil, she attacks with erupting piles of stone and dirt.
  • Friend to All Living Things: She is always seen with a forest creature. In her R form, her attack animation is a deer charging at the opponent, while her damage animation has a bear appear and shield her.
  • The Medic: Most of her skills are dedicated to supporting or healing other party members.
  • Nice Girl: Has a very friendly personality. At one point, she even offered to heal a group of bandits that the player just defeated.
  • Nice Hat: She wears a green beret with red leaves on it.

     Jeanne d'Arc 

Voiced by: Megumi Han

My mission is to save the world... even if it requires that I lay down my life.
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Pure White Holy Maiden
Holy Maiden 
Fallen Maiden 
Innocent Maiden 
Seaside Maiden 
Rarity: SR, SSR
Element: Light, Dark, Wind
Style: Balanced (Light/Wind), Attack (Dark), Special (SR version)
Weapon Specialty: Sabre+Spear (Grand and Light versions), Sabre
Charge Attack: Holy Spear Marte, Reverse Shift (Dark), Fierte Jolie (Wind), Precieuse (SR Version), Sauveur Eclatant (Grand Version)

A girl from a village who sees Vyrn and realizes that he looks like something that she saw in her dream. She travels with the crew, having decided to follow Vyrn and see what happens to her next. She originates from Rage of Bahamut.


  • Achilles' Heel: None of her character version provides any sort of skill damage, so any Over Mastery Bonuses that provided Skill Damage boost is pretty much useless on her.
  • Advertised Extra: Her "Jeanne D'Slack" outfit is the featured freebie outfit for the "A Walk on the Wild Side" event and is previewed in the event's teaser. Even way back the 5th Anniversary Stream, she had slides promoting her pajama outfit and the gag manga where it is based from. While Jeanne did appear in the event, most of the plot and dialogue is centered around Tyre and his Character Development as he bonds with Lowain, Elsam and Tomoi. Jeanne's outfit was merely an imagination of the three Erunes, and she only had a single chapter of dialogue with Tyre.
  • Ambiguously Evil: Her Dark version is not a bad person. She owes the hero and the crew for taking care of her, and gets attached to the hero. She even lets them stare at her or touch her if they want (and even on the Home screen). Even after she got rid of her conscience, she can't bring herself to let Vyrn be unceremoniously slain by a monster.
  • Battle Ballgown: Apart from her swimsuit, all of Jeanne's outfits involve a mix of a dress and a battle armor.
  • Boring, but Practical: Her original Light SSR version kit is very simple; A single target Mist at Level 100, charge bar boost on demand, a guaranteed TA and a stamina buff, as well as critical modifier booster and a team-wide stamina passive, but the numbers she provides is so high that she’s still able to stay relevant in any stages of the game despite her Grand version being theoretically superior.
  • Breakout Character: Not her permanent gacha versions, but her limited Summer-themed self became a hit since 2018 (Thanks to her sexy uncap art). To put it to perspective, her debut was accompanied by the Granblue's servers breaking down for an hour or two. While it may initially be caused by the free roulette draws that also came on the same day, it turned out that a lot of things also happened on the Japanese community's end.note . Later promotional materials included Jeanne in the 2018 Granblue Summer commercial as well as having her in front of the Featured Summer and Wind Character Gacha Banners around the second and third quarters of 2018.
  • Break the Believer: Her Dark version has an alternative story continuation in which the voice she heard commanded her to search for Vyrn and Lyria and to kill them. Turns out, the voice she heard is not of the divine messenger but a dark entity. In the end, Jeanne continues to live in despair.
  • Combat Sadomasochist:
    • Her Dark version has a Support Skill, La Pucelle d'Arc, that increases her attack as her HP decreases. She even has a skill called Anti-Reversal to 'help' herself instead of relying on the enemies to decrease her HP.
    • Some of her gameplay quotes indicate her nature as one:
      (Activating Incision): "Do you wish to be hurt?"
      (Attacking): "Does it hurt?"
  • Contralto of Danger: Emphasizes her leader charisma very well.
  • Dangerously Short Skirt: Both versions supports this trope, but especially her Dark version. Her Dark version's conversation sprite art ambiguously shows that her feather skirt reveals a little bit of her crotch.
  • Despair Speech: Her Dark version has unpleasant quotes to hear during the gameplay.
    (Activating Anti-Reversal): "Ah... my punishment is still not enough..."
    (Low HP): "Everything is my sin..."
  • Evil Costume Switch: Subverted, for her Dark version's nature is not evil but misled instead. Her Dark version has less clothing and different colors than her Light version for sure.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: Only the left side of her chest plate has a strap attached to it, the right side exposes her shoulders.
  • Hearing Voices: How the "divine providence" in her lore is usually portrayed. At one point in a Grand Blues! comic, Vyrn does not buy any supernatural explanations, and suggests Jeanne to go to the hospital instead when she is hearing voices.
  • Heroic Ambidexterity: Subverted. Pre 5★ upgrade, she's shown to wield both banner and sword on two hands and uses them simultaneously. After 5★ upgrade, she wields Marte on her right hand.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Her 5★ upgrade replaces her banner with an actual spear.
  • Jeanne d'Archétype: Certainly.
  • Laughing Mad: Her Dark version will laugh maniacally after you activate her third skill, Eternal Chaos, and after she lands the final blow to the enemy.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: Not her, but her Dark version feels this way in regards to the protagonist. Some of her quotes had hints of this in the side scrolling section during the main quest. And there's her Christmas line.
    Jeanne d'arc (Dark): Merry Christmas, Captain. A holy night like this... does not suit me the way I am now... Haha, how kind of you. But please don't make such a sad face. Your smile is the greatest gift for me now. Something more would be... It's really cold can you give me a hug? Haha... Please?
  • Madness Mantra: Out of desperation to retain her identity and her fear that her dreams will fully erase her memories, a sleep-deprived Jeanne starts scribbling phrases over and over in her journal in hopes that it'll allow her to remember something. It doesn't work.
    My name is Jeanne d'Arc Born and raised in Orleans I am no princess Jeanne d'Arc was born and raised in Orleans She is no princess Jeanne d'Arc was charged to save the world I am not I am absolutely not a princess My name is Jeanne d'Arc and I have been charged to protect the weak I will save the world I have been entrusted with this revelation I am Jeanne—
  • Me's a Crowd: The Challenge Quest for "A Walk on the Wild Side" averts the Never the Selves Shall Meet mechanic for the first time in the game. In a Scripted Battle, Jeanne gets help from other versions of herself - Her fallen self (Dark), younger self (SR) and the imagined "Jeanne d'Slack" persona having the skill set of her Summer version (Wind). She even lampshades why the others look exactly like her.
  • Mythology Gag:
    • Dark Jeanne's EMP Support Skill gives her a chance to survive lethal turn-based damage such as the Burned status effect. In an episode of Rage of Bahamut: Genesis, Jeanne survives being burned at the stake by drinking Martinet's potion, which consequently corrupts Jeanne into her Dark version.
    • Holy Spear Marte is Jeanne's Signature Move in the Rage of Bahamut anime, which also fires a laser beam from the tip, just like how she used her spear against Azazel.
    • "A Walk on the Wild Side" features an outfit for Jeanne in pajamas. Her appearance is based on a gag manga titled Grand Blues Jersey as well as having a brief appearance in Grand Blues! Comic #210. The official English translation for the skin "Jeanne d'Slack" is also based from the said comic.
    • Her Summer and Grand versions' initial artworks are based on Rage of Bahamut cards, the latter specifically references "Divine Dress Jeanne".
  • No-Sell: Her Dark version has the Eternal Chaos skill which makes Jeanne unkillable for 5 turns (leaving her with a minimum of 1 HP). This is also a double-edge short, as she will be knocked out as soon as the invulnerability buff runs out.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: Because of how seriously she takes fighting, her mission to save the world, and Vyrn as her guide, the crew realizes that something's very wrong when she doesn't recall the latter or being able to fight in her Grand version's Fate Episodes.
  • Pajama-Clad Hero: Made possible with her "Jeanne d'Slack" outfit from the "A Walk on the Wild Side" event.
  • The Power of Friendship: She is aware of the existence of The Prophecy surrounding Lyria and Vyrn, which is exploited by the malevolent voice (in her Dark version's episodes) and commands her to eliminate them. But Jeanne's body acted on instinct to protect Vyrn from a monster while in a dark cave. She finally betrays the monsters controlling her and chooses to help Lyria, Vyrn and the Captain in the end.
  • Ready for Lovemaking: Her Summer version's Skybound Art is rather, suggestive so to speak. Jeanne covers herself in a blanket under the heat of the sun, all while laying down in the sand, and smiling towards the player's point of view.
  • Sanity Slippage: Her Dark version is certainly not evil but at times, her quotes indicates that she's losing it because of confusion and despair.
  • She's Back: Her 5★ fate episode is about her realizing that she doesn't need a prophecy or divine message to be a hero, striking down the Ethereal Presence, and emerging with her resolve stronger than ever.
  • She's Got Legs: Her thighs are pretty much the first thing you see when you got her Dark version.
  • Ship Tease: With Tyre, of all people, in the event "A Walk on the Wild Side."
  • Shut Up, Hannibal!: Her 5★ fate episode. The Ethereal Presence returns in her dreams to further taunt and manipulate her. She decides that she's had enough.
  • Stab the Sky: She raises her sword up in her first SSR version's initial artwork.
  • Sweet Tooth: Her profile states she likes cookies with extra butter.
  • Textile Work Is Feminine: Embroidery is a hobby of hers. The original Jeanne's Side scroll section quotes also has her mention that she likes making sweets as well to allude her Sweet Tooth tendencies.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Her character profile states that she dislikes things related to being girly such as romance, but she enjoys embroidery and making sweets.
  • Villainous BSoD: When her Dark version has a revelation regarding the entity behind the voice she hears.
  • Wings Do Nothing: Her Dark version has black wings that are nothing but a stand for her victory pose.
  • Younger and Hipper: Her SR version represents her younger days before she became a full-fledged knight.

     Jessica 

Voiced by: Asami Seto

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Earth Version 
Summer Version 
Yukata Version 
Rarity: SR, SSR
Element: Fire (Event, Summer), Earth (Premium Draw, Yukata ver.)
Style: Balanced (Event), Special (Summer ver. and Premium Draw), Heal (Yukata ver.)
Weapon Specialty: Gun
Charge Attack: Minenwerfer, Big Bertha (Earth ver.), Bluehendes Licht (Yukata ver.)

A kind girl who took up skyfaring to find her lost little brother, Ayer. Eventually, the two are reunited in the main character's crew.


  • BFG: Lugs an entire cannon around. Fortunately, it's saved for Limit Break purposes and she otherwise wields a regular gun.
  • Breaking Old Trends: For years, a playable character in Granblue could only have one summer-themed version. But on July 31, 2019, Jessica had her second summer-themed version! Although design-wise, the second is an SSR with a yukata, compared to the first's SR swimsuit.
  • Cool Big Sis: Tries her best to be one, but tends to overstep herself at times.
  • Gameplay and Story Integration: Lore-wise, Jessica is doing her best to support her brother Ayer. Her Earth version has skills that all synergize with him. That is, if SSR Ayer is considered as it is his only version when Jessica's Earth version was released.
    • Jessica's Charge Attack inflicts the Blinded status effect on an enemy, which ensures Ayer's survival if he is on critical health.
    • Jessica's Viel Erfolg provides an ally with a 10% Charge Bar increase per turn, which allows Ayer to stack up the requirements for casting his Jolt Counter skill.
    • Like her Charge Attack, Jessica's Blockade blinds the enemies.
    • Jessica's Nachtangriff provides an increased Critical Hit Rate and Hostility to an ally. This has synergy with Ayer's Provoke skill (greatly increasing his hostility) while the Critical buffs would make him deal higher amounts of damage.
    • Jessica's two Support Skills increase the attack damage of male allies.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: Never seen wearing the goggles on her head. Even better in the pointless accessory department, the summer version has inexplicable fake cat ears added to the goggles.
  • The Gunslinger: She's a very good shot, even before breaking out the heavy artillery.
  • Informed Attractiveness: Her Earth SR's passive skill is "Grace and Beauty Personified".
  • Muscles Are Meaningless: Swings around her cannon in one of her skybound artwork. The Grand Blues! comic lampshades how strong she is from carrying around the cannon all the time.
  • My Beloved Smother: She has a bad habit of babying her younger brother, which is part of the reason he ran away to begin with. In her Earth version's second Fate Episode, she comes to realize this.
  • Nice Girl: Friendly to everyone, even a bit too much so according to some. She also has a hard time getting that bandits are not people you can just start a chat with.
  • Pistol-Whipping: Specifically "Cannon-Whipping", as she smacks a giant fish trying to attack her from behind in the 12th episode of the anime.
  • Shared Family Quirks: Her immense strength in spite of her slim physique and her useless goggles are traits she shares with her brother, Ayer.

     Jin 

Voiced by: Hiroki Yasumoto

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Event Version 
Ronin Version 
Wind Version 
Summer Version 
Rarity: SR, SSR
Element: Earth, Wind
Style: Attack, Balanced (Wind), Heal (Themed)
Weapon Specialty: Sabre (Event version), Katana
Charge Attack: Seismic Slash, Blades of the Unseen, Be the Blade (Wind), Under Purifying Waters (Themed version), Blade of Enlightenment (SSR)

A swordsman that first debuted in the "Priestess of the Dunes" event, his guilt over clashing with the crew for the wrong reasons leads to him joining their quest for Estalucia.


  • Alternate Self: His Grand Blues! comic counterpart "Jin?" appears in the Big Bad Shadow event, who motivates the real Jin to face the event's antagonist "Vyrn?" with his full might... by allowing the real Jin to imagine the voices of the female cast cheering on him.
  • Connected All Along: Eahta rescued a young Jin from the monsters, which becomes the reason why Jin now walks the path of the Samurai, hoping to be like his savior.
  • From Bad to Worse: When he was young, the bitterness of a medicine prescribed by the doctor made him convulse in pain. Then he fell down the stairs and smashed his head on a pillar. He had to get the wound stitched.
  • Gameplay and Story Segregation: In his Summer episode, Jin challenges the monster beneath the water, but the in-game stage has both of them above sea level.
  • Hero of Another Story: Arguably one of the most developed event characters, starring in no less than three events with him playing a supporting role in another.
  • Image Song: Song of the Three Men, along with Soriz and Eugen. It's all about manliness.
  • Large Ham: As a samurai voiced by Hiroki Yasumoto, he tends to be overdramatic in his mannerisms, even when not going full SOIYA with Eugen and Soriz.
  • Meditating Under a Waterfall: The theme of his Summer version, evident in the base art. His Charge Attack and Passive skill also reflect this, being named "Under Purifying Waters" and "Focus Through The Falls" respectively.
  • Mr. Fanservice: Has a very muscular body and with every new version, he sheds more and more clothes to show it off. Fans have joked that there'll eventually be a nude version.
  • Power Trio: A part of one with Eugen and Soriz.
  • Samurai: His aesthetic. In fact, he tries to emulate a samurai's way of life because the person who saved his life when he was a kid called himself a samurai. His Themed version's fate episodes reveals that it was Eahta of the Eternals, something he shares with one of the crew's other katana wielders, Narmaya.
  • Samurai Ponytail: As a part of Jin's Samurai aesthetic.
  • Superstition Episode: In his Event version's episode, Jin unexpectedly starts sneezing and wonders if someone is talking about him behind his back. Amusingly, when Lyria sneezes in that episode, she also blames the same superstition.
    Jin: Achoo! Sorry, my nose was itching. Is someone perhaps talking about me behind my back?
    Lyria: Ugh... I want to sneeze, but it won't come out. Maybe someone's talking about me too!
    Jin: (When Vyrn mentions that it has nothing to do with the superstition) Impossible! I don't catch colds! Someone is definitely talking about me!
  • They Call Him "Sword": His name may mean "blade" in Japanese.
  • Took A Level In Cynicism: His profile states that he used to be an idealistic man, but reality crushed those ideals and made him stray away from his path. That was until he met with the crew and the protagonist where after joining them, he is slowly regaining the ideals he lost.
  • Too Kinky to Torture: His most defining trait in the Grand Blues! gag comic strips. That, and being a Chivalrous Pervert. Lowain and his gang also imagined him as this in the event "Table For Six".
  • Truth in Television: When they finally visited a doctor to cure their colds, Lyria's medicine tastes sweet while Jin's tastes bitter. As in real life, taste is an important factor to consider in children's medicines so that they can willingly take their cure. This is why there exists fruit-flavored medicinal tablets for kids.

     Joel 

Voiced by: Shun'ichi Toki

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/sr_joel.png
Ocean Loving Coast Guard
R Version 
Rarity: R, SR
Element: Water
Style: Balanced
Weapon Specialty: Melee
Charge Attack: Hardwave Butterfly, All-Out Butterfly (SR)

A coast guard who seeks the legend of an endless sea, somewhere beneath the skies.


  • Bare Your Midriff: His outfit leaves his midriff exposed.
  • Berserk Button: Polluting the ocean, as seen in his Cross-Fate Episode with Cailana.
  • Childhood Friends: With fellow Auguste native Cailana, and they have a Cross-Fate Episode detailing their history together.
  • Good Old Fisticuffs: His fighting style.
  • Making a Splash: Whatever of his attacks are not fist-based utilize the element of water. His skills as well.
  • Mr. Fanservice: He's both handsome and tanned, while his well-defined chest is constantly exposed as a result of always being dressed for a swim.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: Quite subtle, but his comment about "staring giant marine skeletons into eye sockets" and comment that there is, in fact, something "more" beautiful than that, paints such a picture. Also the fact that the first thing he could think to compare red sky to was blood.
  • The Workaholic: Quite a few of his episodes show that he is extremely dedicated to whatever he does. During The Freeze event, he gets sick because he was ordered to catch fish by diving in the freezing sea.
  • Walking Swimsuit Scene: Due to his love of swimming, he just wears his swimming gear all the time in case he has the opportunity to do so.

     Johann 

Voiced by: Mitsuki Saiga

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/johann.png
Event Version 
Rarity: SR
Element: Light
Style: Heal
Weapon Specialty: Staff
Charge Attack: Klesa Nirodha (Event), Salva Virama

A folklorist introduced in the Footprints on Sacred Ground event, having hired the protagonist and the crew to explore an ancient island. He decides to join the crew later, so he can manage his jobs and research better. He also plays a role in the third anniversary event, "What Makes The Sky Blue".


  • Badass Bookworm: He's very apt at fighting, Zeta even finds him very intimidating at times.
  • Batman Gambit: He unsealed the Wind and Thunder Gods, since he wanted them to be eliminated before the Primal Beasts got into the wrong hands, hoping that Zeta, Vaseraga, the protagonist and their crew would be able to finish them. What he didn't expect was them going after Lyria.
  • Berserk Button: Calling ancient historical relics as garbage is a clear way to have him boil in Tranquil Fury. As his Premium draw SR's second fate episode shows.
  • For Science!: His main motivation is knowledge. At one point in the finale of the third anniversary event, he tried to sneak in to the library of knowledge. Ultimately, he is on the good side.
  • MacGuffin: His staff is a relic created by the Astrals and he is targeted by people who wants it.
  • The Medic: His skills are dedicated for supporting and healing the party.

     Juliet 

Juliet Capulet

Voiced by: Kaori Ishihara

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The Holy Princess
Water Version 
Rarity: SSR
Element: Light, Water
Style: Defense, Balanced (Water)
Weapon Specialty: Spear
Charge Attack: Luce della Salvezza, Luce dell'Amore (Water)

The Princess of the Capulet family, adored by all on her family's side of Verona and engaged to Count Paris. She sneaks out one night to the theater with her attendant and childhood friend, which begins a whirlwind of romance and turbulence for her.


  • Damsel in Distress: Iago takes her hostage and uses her to power the Primal Beast Oxymoron.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: Has to work toward one across several events but they eventually achieved this in the end, marrying her one true. Certainly a better fate than that of whom she shares her namesake with had gotten.
  • Faking the Dead: Friar Laurence's plan to get her out of the Capulet castle is to have her fake a sudden death, putting her in the cathedral which is on neutral ground for her funeral to reunite with Romeo.
  • Gratuitous Italian: Her charge attack and skills are all in Italian.
  • Guardian Entity: She has a guardian spirit of Verona which does all the fighting for her.
  • Happily Married: Marries Romeo at the conclusion of the Good Night Till It Be Morrow event. Following the event, Juliet received a water-element version featuring her in her bridal outfit.
  • The Ingenue: She's very sheltered and unaware of the conflict around her which causes trouble later on.
  • Official Couple: With Romeo. They even get married in the end.
  • Star-Crossed Lovers: With Romeo. They get better.
  • Virgin in a White Dress: Both of the dresses she's shown in are white, symbolizing her purity.

     Juri 

Juri Eckard

Voiced by: Makoto Furukawa

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Scorching Imperial Spirit
Wind Version 
Rarity: SR, SSR (Dual unit with Farrah)
Element: Earth, Wind, Light (Dual unit with Farrah)
Style: Balanced, Attack
Weapon Specialty: Sabre
Charge Attack: Triple Attack, Assault Wave (Wind version), Rending Twin Blades (Dual unit with Farrah)

A soldier of the Erste Empire who pretended to defect to the Captain's crew only to later join them for real after finding out what depths the Empire was capable of sinking to.


  • A Day in the Limelight: The "Blade of the Young Champion" event covers a glimpse of Juri's life as a soldier of the empire, and his reason for fighting Poseidon.
  • Broken Pedestal: He admires his father and joins the Erste empire for it. So when he finds out Erste's true colors and what his father did, he was beyond shocked.
  • Dub Name Change: His name is actually Yuri in Japan, as can be heard in all voiced dialogue.
  • Fake Defector: He attempted to be one but he eventually joined the crew for real.
  • Hopeless Suitor: Not as bad as, say, Lowain, Juri was smitten with Farrah but Farrah is oblivious as she mostly focused on Katalina.
  • The Magnificent: His former captain gives Juri the title of "Fiery Soul of the Empire" which was the previous title owned by Juri's father.
  • Mook–Face Turn: He was a soldier of the Erste Empire, but eventually joined the crew. He still keeps his armor though, while his helmet is left in the hands of his superior who even respects Juri's decision.
  • Mook Maker: Played with. His Premium SR version has him assisted by two Imperial Soldiers (with their own sprites). Juri has a guaranteed multiattack as long as you have an Imperial Soldier assisting him, yet Juri cannot do multiattacks if there is no summoned soldier. And everytime he gets hit, one Imperial Soldier retreats until replenished, however the Imperial Soldier can only be replenished with his second skill.
  • Reality Ensues: Even when Juri personally defects from The Empire, his former captain stalks Juri because the captain can't allow a traitor to slip under his watch.
  • Sins of Our Fathers: The reason Poseidon specifically aimed for him during the event is due to what his father did to Poseidon.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": His name is spelled as Juri in the English translation, most likely to avoid confusion with Yuri Lowell, as both of their first names are written exactly the same in Japanese.
  • Unstoppable Rage: After finding what his father and Erste planned for Auguste, he becomes disgusted and deliberately exposes where the soldiers were hiding and starts out fighting of sheer anger at everyone.
  • You Remind Me of X: Juri's determination of doing what is right to the point of trying too hard reminds Seruel of Naoise.

     Kolulu 

Voiced by: Miku Itou

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Wandering Girl of Steel
Summer Version 
Rarity:SSR
Element: Dark, Water (Summer ver.)
Style: Special
Weapon Specialty: Spear
Charge Attack: Stone Breaker, Rumble Breaker (Summer ver.)

A young girl forced to live on the street and scavenge for food, she wields the legendary weapon Gisla - since renamed Stone Breaker - that she happened to have found lying in the trash. When the crew first comes across her, she's collapsed in the street from hunger, then later takes part in an underground fighting ring to earn money for herself and another older man.


  • Ambiguously Human: While classified as a human, she has the unusual ability to turn her skin as hard as steel.
  • Big Eater: While she's usually more about enjoying food than raw quantity, being a former hobo who couldn't afford good food before joining the crew, the power of her stomach is not to be underestimated. With a bit of help from Redluck, she ends up winning a major eating competition even though she was up against adults, pros, and Amira.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Green hair with matching green eyes.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Her island was burned, making her a scavenger in the streets just to live, then she particpated in an underground fighting ring for money.
  • Grail in the Garbage: She found the Gisla in the trash heap left by a waste barge nicknamed the Drunk Tanker.
  • Happily Adopted: The elderly couple that found and raised her.
  • Heroic BSoD: The sight of fire causes her to freeze on the spot because of the trauma she experienced when the island she used to live on burned down.
    Kolulu: Fire destroys everything...
  • I Call It "Vera": She renamed the Gisla she found into the "Stone Breaker".
  • Kiai: Chesto! note 
  • Odd Friendship: Kolulu tends to find herself on these quite often. This former hobo orphan girl of steel is best friends with Io, Amira, Colossus, Redluck and Elmott.
  • One-Track-Minded Hunger: Slightly more downplayed, in that she's hardly an unstoppable force, however she does get involved in illegal fighting to earn her keep.
  • Parental Abandonment: She was abandoned in a waste barge as an infant and adopted by a kind elderly couple/scavengers. Kolulu theorized she was abandoned because her birth parents were afraid of her being able to turn her skin as hard as steel.
    • And again by her adopted parents, who stashed her in a refurbished airship so she can escape from the burning island. Though, in this case, it was out of parental love and not because of her unusual ability.
  • Strong Flesh, Weak Steel: She's capable of hardening her skin to be as strong as steel, which she utilizes in her introductory fate against a combatant by letting his sword break on her head. Although she remarks that the Gisla could penetrate her skin easily.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Stew. Being able to work towards buying hot stew is what drives her in life.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Pyrophobia, as a result of seeing her island and everyone on it burned to the ground.
  • Wise Beyond Their Years: Acknowledged by the crew when the first meet her; despite blatantly being ripped off by the man that'd pushed her into the fighting ring, with him taking more of the prize money, she understands that he's in much a similar situation as herself, simply looking for money to provide food to himself and his family and wouldn't have let him take advantage of the situation if he were a miser. Because of this she doesn't hold the act against him, as long as she herself can still get some food.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has sea green hair just like Herja.

     Lady Grey 

Voiced by: Ai Orikasa

Traveling with a cherished memento... that doesn't sound too bad. Perhaps the time has come for me to stop dwelling on the past.
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ladygrey.png
Deadman Lover
Halloween Version 
Rarity: SSR
Element: Dark
Style: Special
Weapon Specialty: Spear+Melee
Charge Attack: Forbidden Lover, Death March (5★ Upgrade), Sweet Death Waltz (Halloween ver.)

A reclusive necromancer accompanied by the skeletal ghosts of her husband and son, whom she lost to a demon. She joins the crew after a chance encounter reveals the protagonist to be in possession of the same axe her husband used to sacrifice himself in order to seal the demon that killed their son.


  • Ambiguously Human: She's treated as human for gameplay purposes and eats, sleeps, and breathes like a normal person, but she has a tendency to begin fading out of existence if she spends too long in bright light, hinting she may be undead herself.
  • Art Evolution: Being an early character, her base art seems rather unrefined compared to her 3★ and 5★ uncap art.
  • Bare Your Midriff: She has this but it's mostly covered in her initial version. Her Halloween version shows it upfront though.
  • Battle Couple: Even though her dead husband is already a spectral skeleton (thanks to her necromancy), he does most of the fighting for Lady Grey.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Despite the sinister skeletons accompanying her and using what's considered to be evil magic, she's firmly on the side of good.
  • Dub Name Change: Her 5★ Charge Attack has been renamed from Bone Death Waltz to Death March.
  • Guardian Entity: The skeletal spirits of her family act in this way.
  • Healing Shiv: A variation. Her EMP Support Skill allows her to be healed by damage-over-time Status effects, such as Poison, Wither, and Burned. It even overrides the Zombified status effect by healing her instead of being damaged.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Not her, but her dead husband sacrificed his life to seal the demons savaging their home.
  • Lady of Black Magic: An elegant, more mature Necromancer who calls forth a spectral skeleton to fight on her behalf.
  • Last-Name Basis: Other characters always refer to her as Grey, it is unknown whether Lady is her first name, or a honorific used to address her.
  • Necromancer: She practices necromancy which causes others to regard her in fear as her powers could get out of control and turn her revived family into mindless rampaging monsters.
  • Not So Different: In her 5★ uncap's Fate Episodes, a priest once told of a story about a woman who lived in the town, but the monsters took away all that she had, including her family. And just like Grey, the woman resurrected her family with necromancy, and was exiled. The crew later fought a monster with two ghosts dangling on its sides, and was revealed by the priest to be the same woman in the stories. He then warns that Lady Grey would eventually experience the same consequences, but Grey's determination to avoid suffering the same fate has allowed her dead family to gain immense strength.
  • Odd Friendship: With Nezahuapilli. The two bond over being some of the older members of the crew, coming to view the main character and younger members of the company as adopted kids.
  • Starter Mon: She 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.
  • Status Ailment: Her entire kit specializes in inflicting these on enemies. At level 100, she can stack up to five debuffs on a single enemy:
    • Dark Energy lowers the enemy's defense against Dark-elemental damage.
    • Deep Down lowers the enemy's overall defense and removes one of its charge diamonds.
    • Bane poisons the enemy for a flat 25,000 damage per turn.
    • Death March gives the Zombiefied status.
  • Status Buff: Her Halloween version, on the other hand, is focused almost entirely on buffing and healing her party:
    • Night's Grace grants all allies a 500 HP Drain, Death's Grace (which causes damage over time debuffs to heal the target instead) and 20% charge bar.
    • Dusk's Descent grants all allies Evenfall, a stackable defense buff, along with inflicting a stackable defense down on all enemies
    • Hands of Necronia grants an ally a shield of up to 4,000 HP and 30% bonus dark damage until they take damage.
    • Sweet Death Waltz grants all allies the Strength buff, increasing their attack based on how high their HP is (notable in dark as its playstyle has long been focused around having low hp).
  • Technicolor Fire: Her dead family's spectral skeletons are surrounded by purple flames in her 5★ uncap.
  • Weakened by the Light: In her first Fate episode, she nearly faints upon seeing the sunlight and during the second, Vyrn fears that she might disappear along with her dead family if the sun fully rises. Though this has no effect gameplay-wise in stages with broad daylight.
    • Grand Blues! Comic #367 has a note saying that Lady Grey "will actually die from the sun".

     Lancelot 

Voiced by: Yuki Ono (Japanese), Stephen Fu (English)

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Dual Swordsman of Excellence
Event Version 
Wind Version 
Rarity: SR (Event and Summer versions), SSR (Gacha)
Element: Water, Wind, Earth (Lancelot and Vane summer version), Fire (Lancelot and Vane SSR version)
Style: Attack, Defense (Lancelot and Vane summer version)
Weapon Specialty: Sabre+Dagger, Sabre+Spear (Lancelot and Vane versions)
Charge Attack: Weissfluegel, Eidesfluegel (Wind version), Zwei Fluegel (Lancelot and Vane versions)

One of the four Dragon Knights and captain of the Order of the White Dragon. Lancelot is the de facto leader of the knights, being Siegfried's protege.


  • The Ace: Of the four knights, he is regarded as having the greatest natural talent and potential.
  • Alternate Self: His Grand Blues! comic counterpart "Chaindelot" appears in the "Big Bad Shadow" event. Chaindelot takes the appearance of Lancelot being chained into a wall, seemingly unable to break free. He only appears at the epilogue of the event, and it is revealed that Chaindelot always takes that slab of concrete with him wherever he goes, even when entering a portal.
  • Animation Bump: His Wind version's Charge Attack is one of the few to have an animated cut-in similar to a short Summon Call, much like the Resolute Raid of Zeta's event version.
  • Badass in Distress: In the Four Knights of a Fallen Land event, he was captured by Isabella with Gareth's aid and was beaten up during his captivity. By the time the crew along with Percival and Vane find him, he was completely battered.
  • Battle Aura: His Wind version sports a unique green aura coming from the ground every time he prepares a skill or has a full Charge Attack gauge.
  • Berserk Button:
    • In "Defender's Oath," bringing up Siegried is enough to make him irritable, and seeing the man himself sends Lancelot into a frenzy. After discovering the truth, he mellows out.
    • In the Souken no Kizuna manga, some noblemen purposely rile him up by mocking his country origins.
  • Blow You Away: His Wind SSR has, naturally, wind-related skills.
  • Brief Accent Imitation: In Grand Blues! Comic #931, Vane and Lancelot imitate Percival's facial expressions and speak his Catch Phrases like "Vassal" and "Mongrel".
  • Chained by Fashion: Still wears the chained cuffs that bound him in his Event version. Spoofed heavily in Grand Blues! where he carries even the wall which is bound to the chains, and is later made a playable costume.
  • Childhood Friends: He grew up in the same village as Vane.
  • Determinator: His Wind version's introductory fate episode reveals that he made it to be captain of the white knights despite lacking a status in nobility is because of his perseverance and pure ambition to be a knight to protect.
  • Dual Wielding: It is even in his quest title, he dual wields swords in all of his versions.
  • 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.
  • Gratuitous German: Some of his skills' names are in German.
  • An Ice Person: His Wogenstrom skill and Weiss Flugel charge attack, found on both his water SSR and event versions, are ice-related attacks. In the Souken no Kizuna manga, Lancelot also uses his ice magic to freeze the floor he was standing on, causing the nobleman who had been heckling him, Vane, and Siegfried to slip and fall.
  • The Kirk: To Vane's McCoy and Percival's Spock. Lancelot is typically the decision maker of the group, and strives to find a balance between Percival's strategic logic and Vane's passionate nobility.
  • Reverse Grip: This is how he wields his shortswords, just look at his initial artwork.
  • Sixth Ranger: He briefly became this for the Power Trio of Eugen, Soriz, and Jin in a fundoshi race side quest. He got really into it to the point that he promised them to participate again next year (and to wear the trophy fundoshi as well) before realizing everything he just said.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Vane gives him the nickname "Lancey", but in one of the former's episodes, it gets spelled as "Lancy".
  • Sweet Tooth: His Valentine message states that he likes sweets.
  • Undying Loyalty: To King Carl. He was visibly angry at the thought of some of the people doubting the king's rule.

     Lennah 

Voiced by: Mamiko Noto

All that anger and frustration is only going to make you unhappy, you know? Just relaaax, why don't we? Surround yourself with flowers, put your mind at ease, and... Just watch. Heehee.
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/lennah_a.png
Rarity: SSR
Element: Wind
Style: Heal
Weapon Specialty: Staff
Charge Attack: Le Jardin de Fleurs, L'Enfer des Fleurs (5★ upgrade)

A woman who uses magic to grow flowers. She joins the Grandcypher hoping to find a way to undo a spell that had been cast on her.


  • Ambiguously Human: Played With. In the final moments of her 5★ uncap episode, she muses that she may no longer be human after being revived out of the Mother tree's power. But she is still very much human.
  • Birds of a Feather: With Gawain. Despite how opposite they are in personality, they both found a common ground in each other at the fact that they were both cursed despite the circumstances of how they were cursed are different.
  • Brooding Boy, Gentle Girl: The dynamic that Gawain and Lennah have in their Cross-Fate Episode; as Gawain rues the day he was cursed, Lennah still remains positive in life.
  • Came Back Wrong: Sort of. Her final uncap episode has her disappear into flowers since she was cursed by the rotting mother tree of nature and was revived by said mother tree to be a mindless monster created to protect it. It didn't stick because Lennah has long made peace with her past and Came Back Strong, defeating the mother tree.
  • Commonality Connection: Their Cross-Fate Episode features Lennah and La Coiffe bonding over their hobby of gardening.
  • Cursed With Awesome: While allowing control of plants, Lennah's days of living are limited as she is to become a mindless monster to protect the mother tree.
  • Disappears into Light: Flowers rather. In her 5★ uncap episode.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Is nice and mellow even to ruffians and monsters. She even calms a pack of monsters down after you had to fight them.
  • Gameplay and Story Segregation: In her initial 5★ uncap episode at level 80, Lennah fades into a thousand spirit blossom petals, yet you can still uncap and use her in your party in her human form, as if nothing happened.
  • Gratuitous French: Some of her skill names are in French.
  • Green Thumb: Has the power to create plants but it's also a curse because she has to create them almost daily lest she dies. She reached her limits in her 5★ uncap episode and fade into a flower.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: She has the power to constantly grow flowers. As in, she can literally flood an entire plaza with them just to create a blockade between two people fighting and ensnare them in a torrent of petals.
  • Heroic RRoD: In her final fate episodes, taking the boy's curse for herself transformed Lennah into flowers, as it is a side effect from overdose by having the power of two spirit blossom fruits in one body.
  • Mellow Fellow: Lennah is very carefree and nice. The only time she did get angry was when she found out who put the curse on her as a child before she returned to be her carefree self.
  • Nice Girl: One of the nicest of the cast but that's mostly because she wished to make peace with herself and everyone around her.
  • Nice Hat: Her hat is bigger than her head and almost goes past her shoulders.
  • Petal Power: Can create magical flowers that calm those who smell it, and control the motion of their petals using wind.
  • Power at a Price: A mysterious person gave her a fruit which enhanced her plant-based magic. The consequence is that Lennah's body will slowly turn into a plant should she stop creating magic flowers.
  • Sophisticated as Hell: Sort of. Although she's among the nicest people in the crew, even she has these choice words for the mother tree after being revived:
    Lennah: So forgive my language, but I think it's time we brought this bad mother down. What do you say?
  • Transflormation: Is slowly becoming a plant-person in her 5★ episode, even trying to hide the fact that parts of her body are turning into wood. She disappears into flowers after overextering her magic.
  • Unwitting Pawn: As revealed in her 5★ episode.
    • To the mother-tree Jinkazouki who gathers energy from those who ate the fruit of the spirit blossoms and subconsciously lures them back to her island. Said person would then transform into a tree, waiting to be harvested by Jinkazouki.
    • The one who gave and tricked her to eat a fruit of the spirit blossom years ago is simply a man who was desperate to find test subjects to study, as he ate one before, had the curse passed to his son at birth, and he needed to quickly find a cure to save him.
  • White Mage: The best healer for the wind element, she notably has the shortest cooldown for a party debuff clear in the game.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Magenta in her case.
  • Your Days Are Numbered: Ever since eating one fruit of the spirit blossoms, her body would slowly transform into a plant.

     Leona 

Voiced by: Hibiku Yamamura

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Lioness On A Journey
SR Version 
Summer Version 
Rarity: SR, SSR (Grand ver.)
Element: Earth, Water (Summer ver.)
Style: Attack
Weapon Specialty: Spear
Charge Attack: Lion's Claw, Lion’s Maw (Grand ver.)

Originally an NPC in the Dawning Sky Arc. Leona is a grief-stricken warrior who lost her fiancé Abel, and had since served Pholia in Idelva. She is also Cain's sister-in-law.

She became playable on May 2018, released a few weeks after the concluding chapters of the Dawning Sky Arc. However, her story takes place in the middle of the arc, just after the crew meets Pholia.


  • Berserk Button: Never threaten Cain or insult her deceased fiancé, Abel.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Pulls this off in the final chapters, which allows the crew to catch up to Gilbert.
  • Big Eater: Her eating habits are being made fun of Cain in her Fate Episode. He also remembers that she and Abel eats a "crazy amount". Vyrn and even the captain can follow through by making jokes about words related to food, eating, and starvation when Leona is around.
    Cain: The biggest problem of all: not enough food on this island to feed Leo so now she's all grumpy.
    Leona: C-Cain!
  • Combat Stilettos: Wearing these don't stop her from being at the frontlines.
  • Empowered Badass Normal: She was already an extremely strong general who could stand toe-to-toe with Pholia the magical prodigy before accepting extra power from a primal beast.
  • Feel No Pain: Granted to her by Bai Ze at the final chapters of the second arc, as "cost" for the power he gave her; but as expected of the trope, she's not nigh invulnerable. She specifically mentions having had to learn exactly where her limits are before she could cripple herself by overdoing things.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: Sports one after Gilbert sent Cain plummeting downwards and just before engaging a fight with Pholia.
  • Hypocrite: Played for tragedy. Her Summer Fate Episodes deal with a nigh-suicidal ex-bandit who turned over a new leaf thanks to Abel's help, only to lose his job and fall back into poverty, which sent him into major depression at the idea of disappointing his late hero. Leona gives him an angry speech berating him about how he's letting grief for a dead man ruin his current life, and that Abel would never have wanted that to happen; in other words, the exact same issues she has with his memory. The following night turns out even worse than usual, as she starts beating herself up for being unable to follow her own advice, at least until all of her friends come in to attempt to lift her spirits up.
  • The Lost Lenore: It's been years since Abel died, and she still barely sleeps at night. Just about everyone she knows is trying to help her about it in one way or another, as it's clearly doing a major number on both her physical and mental health.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Her NPC art reveals a lot of skin.
  • Naginatas Are Feminine: Wields a long one.
  • Promoted to Playable: Originally a prominent NPC.
  • Sexy Backless Outfit: While it is not clearly seen in her in-game artworks, Leona's dress actually exposes her back, like in this official art posted by Cygames.
  • So What Do We Do Now?: Leona is left mostly confused and aimless after the Nahelgrande arc ends. Her revenge was attained but unfulfilling, the country she worked so hard to save is safe and doesn't need her anymore, and now the power she had to bargain for is left without a reason to be. Her Grand version's fates involve dealing with that anxiety.
  • Statuesque Stunner: Leona is 177cm tall. This is even lampshaded in the Grand Blues! comics where she is self-conscious about being tall, as she fears that her height won't make her cute... But Soriz, Jin, and Nezahualpilli disagree with Leona's concern, all while simultaneously calling her cute.
  • Vengeance Feels Empty: How she feels after Pholia surrenders herself to the Rhem Empire. Even though she feels that she's finally avenged Abel. She ultimately feels no satisfaction about it since she actually liked Pholia and without her, Idelva is tearing itself apart in a succession crisis. Not to mention that she has suspicions that there's something more to what happened, which turns out to be true when it turns out Gilbert was the one who killed Abel.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Hilariously enough, despite her magical ability to not feel pain she can still get brain freezes from overloading on ice cream.

     Lucius 

Voiced by: Takehito Koyasu

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Goblin Slayer
SR (Dark) Version 
SR (Fire) Version 
Rarity: SR, SSR
Element: Dark, Fire
Style: Attack
Weapon Specialty: Sabre, Sabre+Katana (SSR)
Charge Attack: Swordsweep, Severing Swordsweep (SSR)

Lucius is a master swordsman and the son of the legendary Sword Sage, Aletheia. Following the death of their mother and destruction of their village at the hands of a goblin war party, Lucius and his younger sister Teena set out on a vengeance crusade against all goblinkind, and to find their missing father. His fire version follows what happens after the events of "The Sleeping Island Giants" and 5★ fate episode (Given that he now wields the Andalius) in which he decides to go on a lone journey.


  • Aloof Ally: His Fate Episode is titled "The Aloof Swordsman".
  • Attack! Attack! Attack!: All of his skills have short cooldowns and encourage being used as often as possible, and his passive gives him more meter per attack, which means he can use his charge attack more often.
  • Badass Cape: He has a black-and-red variant, best seen in his Fire version.
  • BFS: Wields a thick greatsword in his Fire version.
  • Commonality Connection: The Cross-Fate Episode of Lucius and Ryan allow them to talk about their younger sisters and compliment their traits, something that they are too shy to say in front of their siblings. Some of their gags in Grand Blues! also have them in a "Brothers Meet-up" playing paper dolls resembling their sisters.
  • Gameplay and Story Segregation: The first part of his final fate episode is a Nightmare Sequence which violates two points of the story – Lucius cannot use his swordsmanship in the dream, but you can use him normally in-game without side effects. He also calls for the help of the captain and the other crew members, something that is not properly explained as to how he is able to do it inside the dream.
  • Heroic BSoD: Learning that his mother had been targeted for assassination and that his father left in order to protect her breaks him, as he's forced to acknowledge that being unable to protect his mother is his fault, not his father's. It's not until he comes to terms and accepts his failures, and forgives his father that he's able to recover.
  • Hunter of Monsters: His overall design fits the visual aesthetic, and one of his primary motivations is goblin genocide.
  • I Call It "Vera": He inherits Aletheia's sword, Andalius, in his 5★ upgrade.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: His sister, Teena. Her support and affection keeps Lucius grounded and reminds him that he still has someone that depends on him. He tries to grow out of this in his fire element SR's fate episode.
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy: Has blonde and curly hair, but is still a handsome man.
  • Nice Hat: His dark version has a pretty nice hat, but his fire version loses it.
  • Parental Neglect: His father left the village, never to return, when Lucius was still young. He blames his father for his mother's death, believing that Aletheia could have protected the village far better than the then inexperienced Lucius.
  • Pet the Dog: After encountering a man who recently lost his wife to a pack of monsters, Lucius encourages him to seek solace in other people and that dwelling on grief and hate will only hurt him and those around him.
  • Revenge: Their home village was ravaged by Goblins. In return, he aims for goblin genocide.
  • Single-Stroke Battle: His charge attack is evocative of one. It even has a chance to inflict Instant Death when he gets his 5★ upgrade.
  • Stern Teacher: In his fire version's fate episode, he took a boy under his wing to teach him swordsmanship so that the boy can protect his sister. He spares no mercy for the boy, but he stays supportive of him, even stopping the boy from striking a bandit with his blade and preventing another chain of hatred to began anew. This experience made him rethink his life choices, and eventually considers to start teaching his swordsmanship to kids who suffered like he did. Not to avenge this time, but to protect.
  • The Power of Hate: His hatred of goblins and his father motivated him to stay alive and get stronger.
    "You... you attacked first! And so these chains of hatred remain! Violence must be met with violence. There is no other way."
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: Before the incident, Lucius used to dress up for Halloween and had fun with his father every year on that holiday.
  • Walking the Earth: His SR fire version has him choosing to do this in a Fate Episode.

     Magisa 

Voiced by: Sayaka Ohara

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Witchcrafter
Christmas Version 
Rarity: SSR
Element: Fire, Earth (Christmas ver.)
Style: Special
Weapon Specialty: Staff, Staff+Melee (Christmas ver.)
Charge Attack: Meteor Storm/Massive Meteor Storm, Malleus Caelestis (Christmas ver.)

A witch who was compelled to find Lyria after experiencing a vision of Estalucia, the Island of the Astrals. Wanting to visit the island in person, Magisa joins the crew once it becomes clear that they share the same goal.


  • Animation Bump: In mid-2018, Magisa received an animation and a graphical update for her and Morax's sprites and attacks, along with some tweaks to her skillset. Some of the notable changes involve Morax syncing his movements whenever Magisa uses spells or a Charge Attack while he is summoned.
  • Ascended Extra: In Rage of Bahamut, she originally appeared on some cards as "Witchcrafter" without a name. Here she's a fully fleshed out character.
  • Balance Buff: She received plenty of utility on the September 2018 rebalance patch; Her Charge Attack and Walpurgis skill became Area of Effect abilities, she can now have a more versatile debuff with her Eruption, her Veil also increasing attack aside from defense, and her ability to Summon Morax has been reworked into a Super Mode and she can gain increased skill damage and critical hit rate against Burned/Blinded enemies.
  • Boobs-and-Butt Pose: Has this pose in her Story NPC artwork.
  • Boobs of Steel: Taken from her original series. For a Human, Magisa even beats most of the well-stacked Draph in terms of size.
  • Cast from Hit Points: At her 5★ uncap, she gains the ability to summon the demon Morax, but having him out damages her over time.
  • Combo Platter Powers: Fire is her primary element, but she also has a move that deals Dark damage and increases resistance to Light.
  • Costume Evolution: In her 5★ uncap, Magisa trades her red witch attire into a black outfit. This is even carried in her Christmas version.
  • Flaming Meteor: Her Charged Attacks literally send down burning meteors from the sky.
  • Fluffy the Terrible: She refers to her demon partner as Moo Moo.
  • Guardian Entity: A demon named Morax.
  • Hot Witch: Her pointed hat, demon magic, and good looks fit the trope to a T.
  • Instant Runes: Her spells are cast using these whenever Morax is summoned.
  • Lady of Black Magic: A sultry witchcrafter of demonic magic.
  • Religious and Mythological Theme Naming: Her summon, Morax, is a demon from Ars Goetia.
  • Robe and Wizard Hat: Part of the traits for being a witchcrafter.
  • Sense Loss Sadness: She usually has future sight, but being close to the protagonist who is the singularity the fate of the world revolves around cancels it out. She nearly gets herself killed by an attack she was expecting to see coming, causing her to feel both genuine fear and honest excitement for the first time in years.
  • Ship Tease: With the Captain, as of her 5★ uncap fate episode.
  • Super Mode: By summoning Morax, Magisa passively gains increased attack, defense and multi-attack rates, and her normal attacks hit all enemies at once. The only drawback is that she would lose HP every turn while he is summoned.
  • Take a Third Option: She assumed she'd have to make Lyria leave the crew to help her reach Estalucia and genuinely hadn't considered just joining the crew until the protagonist suggests it.
  • Three-Point Landing: If Morax is summoned, re-casting Magisa's fourth skill will send the demon crashing from the sky, dealing damage, and landing in this manner.

     Mariah 

Voiced by: Chie Nakamura

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Rarity: SR
Element: Earth
Style: Attack
Weapon Specialty: Spear
Charge Attack: Seigebreaker

A spear-wielder who once fought alongside the party.


     Mary 

Voiced by: Akiko Hasegawa

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R Version 
Summer Version 
Christmas Version 
Rarity: R, SR, SSR (Christmas Version)
Element: Fire, Light (SSR)
Style: Balanced
Weapon Specialty: Gun
Charge Attack: Illuminate Star, Illuminating Star (Summer), Twinkle Star (SR), Holy Star (SSR)

A treasure hunter who joins the crew at first when she found out they had the rumored Petronel. She stays with the crew because they keep getting into situations that promise a huge treasure payoff! There may be reasons she prefers a life on the road, though...

One of the game's debut Rare characters, Mary proved relatively popular and got a summer version in the game's very first summer event in August 2014. She later got an SR version in June of 2015, and is also one of the few Rare-quality characters to have an outfit available. And then, to the shock and delight of just about every long-term fan of Granblue, she finally got an SSR version during Christmas 2017.


  • A Day in the Limelight: "The Inner Light" event focuses on Mary's backstory. Christmas 2017 also gives her a bit of focus, naturally, showing how far she's come.
  • Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: Episode 8 of the anime shows that while she's annoyed at Karva's antics, she really considers her a partner and friend.
  • Bag of Holding: She searches through her bag's items when preparing a skill or Charge attack. Based on her Pictorial Speech Bubble, one can conclude that the bag contains lots of Japanese rice balls and bombs.
  • Bare Your Midriff: All of her outfits show her midriff.
  • Et Tu, Brute?: In her back story, she was under the impression that Galthazar, the man who was her father figure sold her out to the officials when it's Clayus's doing. Leaving her bitter of the man and decided to take the chance to leave Sidheros as a result. Her SR version shows that while she couldn't forget the love Galthazar had given to her, she wasn't over the supposed betrayal.
  • Gold Digger: Played straight at first. But as she grew to be fond of the crew, this trait gets downplayed over time.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Comes across as a jerk sometimes due to her main priority in life being the acquisition of fat loot, but it's obvious she's a very kind person whenever the need comes up. Galthazar taught her well.
  • Nice Hat: Even in her idol and summer outfits, she's never without a good hat. Her most common one is a pilot's cap with a pair of goggles attached. (Her Christmas version features one such hat made entirely out of fluffy wool.)
  • Random Drop Booster: Three of her versions (excluding the Summer version) have abilities or passives that increase the "Bounty" debuff stack on enemies - a debuff that increases the item drop chance.
  • Rare Random Drop: Her SSR version is only available during the Christmas season, meaning you have to hit the SSR rate during a limited availability window.
  • Stripperiffic: A tied top and miniskirt aren't exactly the first things to come to mind when one thinks of "treasure-hunting gear".
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has orange hair.

     Meg 

Margaret "Meg"

Voiced by: Tomoyo Kurosawa

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As Plain As Can Be
Rarity: SR
Element: Dark
Style: Attack
Weapon Specialty: Dagger+Melee
Charge Attack: Sharklone Attack

A plain young girl from a backwater town, with nothing interesting to her name. But that all changes today, as she finally gets her long awaited vacation to Auguste! She'll reinvent herself, have the time of her life, possibly find a boyfriend, and nothing can possibly mess that up... right?

The focus of the "My Beloved Auguste" event, which details how her (disastrous) attempts to have a normal vacation changed her life.


  • A Day in the Limelight: "My Beloved Auguste" serves as both this and an introductory event to her character.
  • Achievements in Ignorance: The training manual she used to get swole was an obvious scam. She still managed to get incredibly strong using it, just through sheer anger and passion.
  • Adrenaline Makeover: Played with: instead of turning her into a simple beauty, the insane shenanigans she gets into end up turning her into a muscular, hardened amazon. She still has a lot more success in romance looking like that than before.
  • Amazonian Beauty: Post-character development, she becomes a hardcore warrior with muscle and scars aplenty. A few characters almost immediately start getting crushes on her.
  • Break the Cutie: Year after year of traumatic vacations at Auguste take their toll on Meg until she's finally had enough and under goes her adrenaline makeover.
  • Butt-Monkey: She goes through a lot over the course of My Beloved Auguste.
  • Cool Pet: Her pet Ursula is a shark. No, not just a shark; a sentient mass of mutant shark cells that survived the events of The Maydays 3. Having a flying shark as a pet is pretty cool already, but the part where it can also fuse with her arm to become a huge toothed power fist is a nice bonus.
  • Cosmic Plaything: Oh boy. The universe actively conspires to send her back to Auguste every summer. After she decides to stop trying, she promptly wins a trip in a lottery; the summer after that had her obtaining a cruise ticket from a grandma she helped get to an hospital. And naturally, every time she gets there, things get worse...
  • Continuity Nod: The whole event "My Beloved Auguste" is one to every summer event that has occurred in Granblue Fantasy.
  • Funny Background Event: She's the funny background event, thanks to all the shenanigans she's been through for the past six summers. She comes to the forefront during the 2020 Summer Event.
  • The Generic Guy: She was kind of cute and nice, and... that's about it, really. She hoped to at least become "the one who went to the famous resort" only to almost immediately find one of her friends already there. Hilariously, after ending up on the crew, she still considers herself the plainest of them all despite the raw character evolution she went through, causing utter confusion among the main characters.
  • Has a Type: She describes her Prince Charming as a brooding handsome blonde man dedicated to justice. Coincidentally, Albert checks every single box, which she's dumbstruck by how conveniently tailored he is to her tastes.
  • Irony: The one time she's equipped to deal with any major threats in Auguste, no Big Bad appears to threaten the summer.
  • Ms. Fanservice: After her Adrenaline Makeover.
  • Not Allowed to Grow Up: Zigzagged. Her story takes place over six years, during which she clearly graduates high school and becomes a young woman; but since no one else in the world aged during that time, the narration suggests that it's the raw trauma that's making her visibly age.
  • Properly Paranoid: Meg has this suspicion that something dangerous usually happens around summertime in Auguste, so she Took a Level in Badass to combat threats.
  • Rescue Romance: Subverted: despite her best efforts to find her "Prince Charming", all of her rescues fail to end in romance. The first time had her wake up with a faceful of Jin's fundoshi, which instantly killed the mood. The second time she was saved by Albert went better, but by that point she had so much on her plate she just couldn't get herself to get smitten with him. And then Meg finds herself on the other end of the trope, with her friend Mari clearly growing a giant crush on her after she saved her from a giant hermit crab.
  • Seen It All: After most of the story, she can't even bother to react to all the nonsense happening around her anymore.
    Meg: Of course fish can fly. This is Auguste.
    • This even becomes a part of her kit, as she is innately immune to the stun status effect.
  • Trauma Button: Most of her misadventures, especially the first time with the Albacore, have left an obvious impact on her psyche. Over time she learned how to use her trauma as fuel for her rage, to the point that as a party member she gets stronger when surrounded by summer characters.
  • Unlucky Extra: She was there for every summer eventnote , only to get traumatized in one way or another, usually by way of giant fish. This is played both for laughs and seriously, as she gets increasingly jaded with her life after every new disaster.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: While she’s not a villain, after all the trauma she’s gone through over her various vacations, she’s become more callous and hardened.

     Meteon 

Meteon A. Prester

Voiced by: Masakazu Morita

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Cobalt Comet
Christmas Version 
Rarity: SR, SSR (Christmas ver.)
Element: Wind
Style: Special
Weapon Specialty: Gun, Gun+Melee (Christmas ver.)
Charge Attack: Sonic Meteorite, Sonic Celebration (Christmas ver.)

A famed sky racer who won four consecutive races since his debut, the race in the events of "Platinum sky" being his fifth. In the aftermath of the event, he decided to join the crew to see how it feels to be a skyfarer.


  • A Day in the Limelight: Meteon is the protagonist of the "Platinum Sky" event.
  • Famed in Story: He is a famous sky racer.
  • Glass Cannon: Two of his skills are potent nukes with very good scaling, but his passive causes him to take increased damage. Fortunately, he has an innate chance to dodge some attacks.
  • Heroic BSoD: He falls into a funk after Maddie surpasses him during the heats, but snaps out of it after talking with the crew and being reminded of his motivation to race.
  • Humble Hero: Despite being famous and knows that he is the fastest sky racer. He is actually pretty friendly and encourages the crew when they joined the race during "Platinum Sky". And he is also striving to improve.
  • Multicolored Hair: The edges of his hair are yellow with a shade of orange at the tip.
  • Ship Tease: His white day lines implies that he is starting to like Gran/Djeeta romantically. By the third white day event, he has what can be said as an Aborted Declaration of Love in a sense that he ended up running away in his embarrassment after confessing that he thinks of the captain as a special person.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Apples; it's the one exception to his weight controlling diet. His 2nd Fate episode deals with having to get some more after Lyria and Vyrn eat a bag of apples he had. He realizes his mistake (putting them in the shared cabinet instead of a personal spot) and takes the whole thing nicely.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Green with shades of yellow and orange.

     Mina 

Voiced by: Aoi Yūki

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Levin Knight
Rarity: SR, SSR
Element: Water, Light (Levin Sisters ver.)
Style: Balanced, Special (Levin Sisters ver.)
Weapon Specialty: Sabre, Sabre+Melee (Levin Sisters ver.)
Charge Attack: Waterblade Blossom, Lightning Strikes Thrice (Levin Sisters ver.)

The vice-leader of the Levin Knights who took the role of the commander after Albert steps down from the role. Being the only Water-user in their order made up of mostly Lightning-capable soldiers, she trains alone and secludes herself away from the rest, fearing that their elements may clash and cause unwanted accidents. Unknown to her, this intrigues their commander Albert, who sees her Water abilities as a strength rather than a weakness. She had then treated him with high respect afterwards. She originates from Rage of Bahamut.


     Mireille and Risette 

Voiced by: Aoi Koga (Mireille), Yumiri Hanamori (Risette)

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Aspiring Alchemist note 
Rarity: SSR
Element: Earth
Style: Attack
Weapon Specialty: Dagger, Melee
Charge Attack: Expiation

Debut in the "Alchemist's Desire" story event, Mireille is frail young girl struck with an illness since childhood. Orphaned at a young age, Mireille dedicated her time into the art of Alchemy and creating a healthy natural body for herself after accidentally stumbled into a book about Human Transmutation. However, she accidentally made her new body into a sentient Homunculus named Risette. Things started getting downhill from there.


  • Anti-Villain: Risette is the unwitting antagonist of the "Alchemist's Desire" story event, with her hunger for blood causing her to devour innocent people and create homunculi in their place. Note that she was completely unaware of what she was doing, and is appropriately horrified when she discovers her atrocities.
  • The Atoner: Both of them become this in the ending of "Alchemist's Desire". Their Fate Episodes eventually conclude with them joining the crew aboard the Grandcypher to become skyfarers that help people in need all over the skydom.
  • Become a Real Boy: The ending of "Alchemist's Desire" has Mireille use the pieces of the philosopher's stone to resurrect Risette as a normal human, instead of creating the normal body she always wanted.
  • Blood from the Mouth: Mireille regularly coughs blood due to her illness, her sprite even does this in gameplay. Risette coming into contact with Mireille's blood soaked pillow when they have a fight was the spark for her developing true sentience.
  • Break Her Heart to Save Her: In their second Fate Episode, after an attack from the Alchemist's Guild leaves the villagers of the town the pair were settling into terrified for their lives, the elder has no choice but to send Mireille and Risette away, even after all they've done for them, in order to keep the village safe. That said, it is made very clear that the entire village is grateful for what they've done to help them.
  • Conveniently an Orphan: Her parents died from unknown reasons when she was still young. They are implied to be decently wealthy enough to leave behind an inheritance that allowed Mireille to live comfortably by herself without any guardian.
  • Doomed Hometown: Mireille's hometown eventually got overrun with bloodthirsty Homunculi made by Risette, forcing them to destroy the lives there.
  • Downer Beginning: Their first Fate Episode ends with them having to kill off all the rampaging homunculi as it becomes painfully clear that they failed to save even a single life in the town.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: When asked by Cagliostro for the choice between having an immortal but unnatural body like hers, or a natural but ultimately mortal body, Mireille doesn't waste time and pick a normal body as her goal, since she wants to have the normal life where she can travel, make friends, get married and create a family instead of attaining immortality.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: Risette unconsiously devoured half of the town, including even her own friends, in order to sustain herself because Mireille doesn't know enough about Homunculi to sustain her, and later replace them with Homunculi in their own form in order to hide her murders.
  • Ill Girl: Mireille has been sickly since childhood, which prevented her from having a normal life like others of her age. Apparently her illness dealt enough damage to her body that rather than finding a cure, Mireille dedicated her research into making a healthy new body instead.
  • Miraculous Malfunction: Mireille is entirely self-taught in the art of alchemy and manages to create a homunculus through sheer accident in her latest attempt for a new artificial body for herself as her reference material contains very little information on homunculi. Her story also reveals the drawbacks of working like this, as Mireille has zero clues as to how it happened and because she didn't know anything about homunculi or didn't bother to look further for more information, the situation with Risette's need for genetic factors escalated far beyond Mireille's control. The only reason Mireille even realizes this is a problem is because Cagliostro has to very bluntly spell it out in front of her that the situation's a worst-case scenario.
  • Walking Spoiler: It's very hard to talk about them without spoiling the entire "Alchemist's Desire" event.
  • Would Hurt a Child: One of Risette's unfortunate victims was an Erune boy, who was apparently very friendly to Risette before his death.

     Mirin 

Voiced by: Miyu Takagi

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Samurai Dreamer
Light Version 
Christmas Version 
Rarity: SR, SSR (Christmas ver.)
Element: Wind, Light, Water (Christmas ver.)
Style: Attack
Weapon Specialty: Katana
Charge Attack: Crosscut, Moonlight Blossoms (5★ Upgrade), Nature's Beauty (Light ver.), Winter Winds, Rimy Conquest (Christmas ver.)

An oriental girl who loves the way of the samurai.


  • Catchphrase: She will sometimes mention "Gozaru" when asking questions, surprised, or excited.
  • Cool Sword: It's not magical or anything, but Siero calls it a masterpiece, the kind of sword a blacksmith puts all of his talent into as a way to show his skill to potential customers. It was indeed the case; Mirin's father had to trade his own priceless tea set to get his daughter the gift she wanted so much even though it wasn't for sale.
  • Cultured Warrior: For her young age, Mirin is knowledgeable about many Japanese culture and traditions even when it's actually not that widespread In-Universe in the lore of Granblue. It surprises an elderly in Mirin's Light version episodes, curious as how she already knows how to describe a specific architectural style fitting a snowy area, with Mirin stating that it is common in her origin country.
  • Double Meaning: Mirin is also the name of a Japanese rice wine condiment. Grand Blues! Comic #972 plays with this when she jumps into the sake she was cooking, well because she has to put in "Mirin".
  • Epic Fail: One of Mirin's victory animations has her throw her sword into the air... but fail to catch it, causing her to look embarrassed before striking a pose anyway. Her Light version has the sword hit her in the head on its way down instead, causing her to sit down and cry for a second before sheathing the sword.
  • Katanas Are Just Better: She is one of the few Katana-wielding characters who can have a maximum of 200% Charge Bar (as opposed to the normal 100% that a majority of the characters have).
  • Kid Samurai: She has the talent, but is mostly still an overenthusiastic teenager trying too hard to act like a cool swordswoman. She has what is probably the strongest Limit Break in the game yet is regularly seen fumbling her victory poses.
  • McNinja: She herself was born on the Wutai island most samurai-type characters hail from, but her parents were fantasy Occidental Otaku who moved there out of sheer weeabooness, hence the blonde hair and blue eyes. Her family is noted to be way more intense about the traditional way of life than most of their neighbours who actually come from the island.
  • Otaku: Well, despite the game itself being made in Japan, the general setting is still a psuedo-European Medieval fantasy, and Japanese culture is usually seen as a rare norm. From the perspective of others, Mirin is seen as someone who is excited and obsessed with anything resembling Japanese culture, mostly the Samurai way of life. Certain episodes even have her excited over Japanese food and haiku. This trope gets Inverted as the crew gets to know her more - She knows a lot about the Japanese and the Samurai traditions because her parents were immigrant Occidental Otakus who are obsessed with them, and as a result, Mirin was born in the Granblue counterpart of Japan. She left home to expand her knowledge about foreign cultures outside of the Japanese.
  • Out-of-Context Eavesdropping: In her Cross-Fate Episode with Yodarha, Mirin got too excited after hearing an "arts competition", and she quickly assumed it to be martial arts. When she got to the venue, the competition is actually literary arts. But the theme is haiku, so she eventually gave it a shot.
  • Punny Name: "Mirin" is a rice wine condiment. This is even invoked and Played for Laughs in a Grand Blues! comic where she jumps in a bowl and proceeds to bath herself with the condiment.
  • Samurai: Her aesthetic, although Mirin is still new to the stuff, unlike the more powerful ones like Jin, Narmaya and Eahta.
  • Samurai Ponytail: Subverted and Discussed/Lampshaded. In a Grand Blues! comic, Jin wonders why Mirin prefers to have a pigtail and a ribbon on her hair and not the typical ponytail that most samurai are depicted with.
  • Stylistic Suck: Her signature as shown on her thank you photo is messy hiragana, to the point where the "ri" character appears to be backwards katakana.

     Monika 

Monika Weisswind

Voiced by: Ayumi Tsuji

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/granblue_monika_grand.png
Arcarum Version 
Valentines Version 
Rarity: SSR
Element: Wind, Earth (Valentine's Version)
Style: Balanced
Weapon Specialty: Sabre+Katana
Charge Attack: Violet Squallslash, Archon Squallchain (Grand Version), Lovely Sky Hurricane (Valentine's Version)

The deputy of the Enforcers' Fourth Fleet, she's stepped down as Captain to train Lecia, but she's still one of the Enforcers' top fighters.

She makes her playable debut as part of the Arcarum storyline to assist with the investigation into Sephira and the mysterious Primal Beasts lurking there. She is obtainable for 20k Arcarum points.


  • 20 Bear Asses: She can be purchased from the Arcarum shop for 20K Arcapoints.
  • The Ace: She's part of the cream of the crop of the Enforcers.
  • Badass Bureaucrat: Manages the entire Fourth Fleet and the Enforcers' main headquarters on Amalthea while Lecia's away.
  • Badass Cape: Monika wears a black cape as a part of her military uniform.
  • Blow You Away: She's a Wind elemental character.
  • Cool Airship: Has a personal airship named Grandzweiss and it even gets its own artwork in her introductory Fate Episode.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Monika is on the receiving side of this as Threo easily wins against her during the prologue chapter in "Seeds of Redemption".
  • Dual Boss: With Lecia as they attempt to prevent the Black Knight's escape from Amalthea.
  • Gratuitous German:
    • Her surname, "Weisswind", is German for "white wind".
    • Her passive skill, "Blitz Schwer", is Germand for "lightning sword".
  • High School A.U.: Monika also makes an appearance in Princess Connect however unlike Djeeta who looks more or less the same like in GBF, Monika's appearance is much more younger since it's based on her Rage of Bahamut version instead of her Granblue counterpart.
  • Impossibly-Low Neckline: In her Grand version, Monika's outfit just slips past down to expose her shoulders.
  • Letting Her Hair Down: Her Grand version's attire is merely a casual outfit instead of her typical Enforcer uniform. As such, Monika lets her twintails loose.
  • Married to the Job: During a conversation with Ladiva, Ilsa and Lady Grey, Monika mentions that, while she has considered getting married and settling down, she much prefer her current work and private endeavors and isn't considering marriage at the moment.
  • Nice Hat: It's part of her uniform.
  • Mega Twintails: She has long and wavy twintails. This is made more obvious in her Grand version where she removes her military hat.
  • Older Than They Look: She's quite petite and has a youngish facial cast (a holdover from her Bahamut design), but context within the Granblue story paints her as a woman in at least her twenties, if not perhaps a bit older still, with the skill and cool-headed attitude to match.
    • Her official profile simple states for her age "Old enough that you shouldn't call her young lady"
  • Pintsized Powerhouse: Regularly noted to be really short for someone of her rank and strength. Combined with her decent bust, some fans like to joke she might be part Draph.
  • Promoted to Playable: Remained unplayable for several years until October 2018 when an update added her to the Arcarum shop.
  • Random Number God: Her Arcarum version’s skillset revolves around dodging attacks to increase her stacks of Violetshock which increase her attacks specs. As dodging relies entirely on chance, her usefulness depends on how lucky the player is with getting her to dodge.
  • Reused Character Design: The character of Monika originates from Rage of Bahamut. The one from ''RoB'' may or may not be the same as the one in Granblue Fantasy.
  • So Much for Stealth: In the prologue of "Seeds of Redemption", Niyon is able to detect Monika's ambush attack, allowing Uno to prepare his shield beforehand.
  • Spot of Tea: She really likes fruit and herbal flavored tea.
  • Sweet Tooth: Monika is fond of using anything sweet as a form of stress relief and relaxation.
  • Who Wears Short Shorts?: She does in her Grand version's casual outfit.

     Ms. Miranda 

Voiced by: Kikuko Inoue

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Lively Mentor
NPC Art 
Rarity: SSR
Element: Fire
Style: Heal
Weapon Specialty: Staff
Charge Attack: Charming Lesson

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


  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Despite sounding like a space cadet and even looking a bit silly, she is evidently a very skilled magician and teacher.
  • Calling Your Attacks: Her spells require some Invocation to activate. Thing is, her spells have her name on them, like "Miranda Dominia" and "Miranda Beam".
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: Boy howdy. She constantly sounds like she's on a rather different wavelength, to say the least, and she often acts more like a teenager or student than a teacher. She even affixes her name to her spells! That said, she is still a very competent teacher, from all accounts.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She has dirty blonde hair, and there's no question that she loves her students absolutely (her profile even notes this fact). In alternate appearances (such as one seen in Shadowverse), her hair can go all the way to platinum blonde.
  • Hot Teacher: Needless to say, she's fairly pretty, with a Hot Librarian vibe to her. Given the sheer leggings she wears under her strategically-slitted dress, one gets the impression she's not totally unaware of this, either...
  • Meganekko: She wears round-rimmed glasses.
  • Promoted to Playable: She became a recruitable SSR character in the gacha during the May 31, 2021 Premium Gala update.

     Naoise 

Voiced by: Go Inoue

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/granblue_naoise_wind.png
SR (Light) Version 
SR (Fire) Version 
Summer Version 
Rarity: SR, SSR
Element: Light, Fire (Event), Wind
Style: Defense, Special (Wind version)
Weapon Specialty: Spear, Dagger+Bow (Wind version)
Charge Attack: Skewer (Light), Ibur Athibar (Fire), Gae Assail (5★), Areadbhar (Summer version), Bogha Baisti (Wind)

Naoise is a wandering knight, ashamed of his actions done for his kingdom. He joins the crew to protect the player and Lyria. He later returns home and confronts his past as the star of "Hero's Return". After the events of that story, he reaffirms his vows to protect his home.

One of the game's launch SR characters, he was originally available in character weapon tickets alone but the unlock weapon for his original version was later shifted over to "Unite & Fight" Guild War events exclusively. He did, as noted, later get a dedicated story event in November 2015, introducing his Fire SR version.


  • A Day in the Limelight: He is the protagonist, and the free SR character in the "Hero's Return" event
  • Armor Is Useless: Wears a helmet in his Light version, but no longer has it in his Fire version.
  • Asleep for Days: What happens to Naoise after Scathacha healed his fatal wounds, which were inflicted by Medb in the latter's final Fate Episode.
  • Badass Longcoat: Always wears a blue coat around his waist, even in the beach.
  • Blade on a Stick: He wields a spear. Even his event Fire version is a three-bladed one.
  • Cool Horse: Rides a flaming horse in his Fire version. It even appears in his Charge Attacks.
  • Easily Forgiven: When she was slain by Naoise in her Deidre form, Heles and Seruel of the Irsetill Kingdom brought her back, now into an Erune body. After her ressurection, Deidre forgave the Irestill house, including Naoise who understood the consequences of his actions.
  • Extreme Omnivore: He can eat Katalina's cooking, and suffer (mostly) no side effects. Grand Blues! Comic #1170 plays with this by mentioning that Naoise has "no sense of taste". In his Summer episode, this trait is explained by Heles and Seruel as something that Naoise naturally had even when they were still young, that almost anything tastes delicious to him.
    Heles: This is why he fails as a food taster.
    Seruel: Anything that goes into his mouth is delicious to him, and Naoise never gets sick no matter how spoiled the food might be.
  • Helmets Are Hardly Heroic: He wears a helmet in his first version, but is no longer present in his subsequent appearances.
  • Heroic BSoD: The introductory narrative of "Hero's Return" mentions that Naoise suffered from depression after learning that killing Deidre leaves the city open to monster attacks.
  • Knight in Shining Armor: Stands by a code of chivalry and is ashamed of how he killed Deirdre because his king ordered him to. He's admired by the townspeople for valiantly protecting them against monster hordes.
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy: He's got long flowing hair and he's a classic bishounen.
  • Mechanically Unusual Fighter: In that he's one of the few freebie event SRs to get a fifth star uncap. While his original version has been left to molder, his event Fire version is actually now one of Fire's better defensive characters, and can easily find his way into teams that otherwise have SSRs available.
    • His Event version's DMG Cut is fully stackable with other non-elemental DMG Cuts such as Phalanx, which normally overwrites other similar effects.
  • The Only One Allowed to Defeat You: Sharing dragon blood with a mortal presents the risk of making a demon out of the recepient. Scathacha is worried about this possibility that she fears to have made the wrong decision in saving the life of Naoise by sharing her blood. But Naoise requests a promise that Scathacha must be the only one to kill him should he stray from the path of righteousness.
  • Sexy Soaked Shirt: His summer version's outfit is a wet transparent shirt.
  • Ship Tease: With Scathacha, the dragon he originally killed. It's more than a little complicated.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: He must have inherited his beautiful looks from his mother Elisheba, especially since they both have long golden hair.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Skadi manifested from Deidre's wrath after being killed by Naoise.

     Nene 

Voiced by: Kujira

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/nene_a.png
Rarity: R
Element: Earth
Style: Special
Weapon Specialty: Melee
Charge Attack: Sale Savvy

Nene is a widowed mother who kept on looking for her runaway husband who abandoned her and their daughter Yae. By a chance meeting, she easily mistook the captain of the Grandcypher as her partner. Upon clearing out the accident of a mistaken identity, the mother and child decided to board the Grandcypher as a crew member, hoping that when time comes, Nene may actually find her husband.


  • Bare Your Midriff: Both mother and daughter have their midriffs exposed.
  • Crippling Overspecialization: Her aggro manipulation skills can be used in tandem with characters who have the Unchallenged, Mirror Image, or Counters on Dodge buffs, or save a dying teammate by lowering their Hostility. But those two things are the only bread and butter of her kit, and she gets easily replaced by other characters who provide more DPS, characters with Substitute, or team-wide damage mitigation utilities.
  • ISO-Standard Urban Groceries: Carries the Japanese standard leek in one of her bags even during battle, for some reason. If uncapped twice, her groceries even upgrade to the western baguette!
  • Mistaken Identity: She mistakes the protagonist for her disappeared husband when they first meet. Amusingly, she still mistakes the protagonist even if you are playing as a girl, believing her husband is just crossdressing. She drops it soon after, though.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Yae looks like a miniature version of her mother, right down to having the same hairstyle, outfit and accessories.

     Nezahualpilli 

Voiced by: Jurota Kosugi

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Eagle King of Dawn
SR Version 
Rarity: SSR, SR
Element: Wind (SSR), Earth (SR)
Style: Attack
Weapon Specialty: Spear
Charge Attack: Sol Ruptura (SSR), Falcon Tempesta (SR)

The king of a clan known as the Family of Wings. Nezahuapilli departed from his people in order to overcome his own weaknesses, which he feels do not make him worthy of being called their king. He joins the crew after witnessing Lyria's ability to absorb the power of primal beasts, hoping that by joining a group with access to such strange powers will lead him to cure his failings.


  • Acrophobic Bird: Literally. He has a severe fear of heights because he fell out of a tree as a child. He feels that this makes him unworthy of claiming the title of the Winged King.
  • Animal Motifs: Strongly associated with eagles.
  • Badass Cape: Wears capes that are shaped like bird wings, to go along with his eagle motifs.
  • Bishounen: He is notably prettier in his 2018 SR art, now that his face can be seen better.
  • Blade on a Stick: Wields a spear that has an interestingly circular emblem before the tip.
  • Boring, but Practical: Unlike various other wind characters and their stacking systems, all that you need to worry about with him is when an enemy goes into Break as to use his special buff (if not others) to do a large amount of damage.
  • The Charmer: Downplayed, but one of the first things he does after meeting the crew is start flirting with Katalina, and he has far more success than any of her other suitors.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: His speech patterns are often strange or silly, and he tends to have interesting ways of approaching problems, such as politely asking something from the Empire, because he forgot they're the villains.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He has his share of oddball moments, and he also has the single highest damage and multi-attack stats, making him one of the most powerful attackers available.
  • Glass Cannon: His attack buff skill also turns him into one because of a defense down demerit inflicted on him when he uses this skill. The defense down debuff is removed when he gets to Lv. 100.
  • Odd Friendship: With Lady Grey. The two bond over being some of the older members of the crew, coming to view the main character and younger members of the company as adopted kids.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Invoked and justified. While hiding his identity to his tribesmen, he simply opted for simple clothing. He then explains to the crew that none except his closest subjects has seen his face in person, let alone outside of his armor. He still has to mind his speech patterns, however.
  • Shipper on Deck: In a certain Grand Blues! comic, he supports Elsam's romantic interest for Yggdrasil to the point of admitting that he looks forward for the two's offspring.

     Nicholas 

Voiced by: Tomokazu Seki

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/light_nicholas.png
Warrior of Steel
SR (Event) Version 
Helmetless (SR) 
SSR Dark Version 
Rarity: SR, SSR
Element: Light, Dark
Style: Balance (SR), Defense (Dark SSR version), Attack (Light SSR version)
Weapon Specialty: Katana
Charge Attack: Hyper Megaton Kick/Hyper Repulsion Crusher, Infinistrike (Dark SSR version), Hyper Lightning Slash/Kaiser Catastronesis (Light SSR version)

Introduced in "Robomi" as an engineer who specialized in mechanics and began researching Robomi after she was dug up. In the sequel event, "Robomi Generations", he comes to the battlefield in a new suit that he made for himself, and is the event's SR free character.


  • Action Dad: By the time of Robomi Epic Clash, he is the proud father of one young Tobias, yet refuses to hang up his suit or his endless love of tinkering.
  • A Day in the Limelight: He became playable during the "Robomi Generations" event, the sequel to the first "Robomi" event in which the eponymous robot took the spotlight.
  • All Your Powers Combined: The Ultra Robot Grand God Kaiser is effectively just that, created when Zooey used her powers to create a Combining Mecha made of her own Grand Order form, the Gigantes, and Lord Daimon; with herself, the entire Rashomon Lab crew, the Captain, Lyria, Vyrn and Hallessena in the cockpit. Everyone's combined abilities make it outrageously powerful.
  • Animation Bump: His sprite is the most lovingly-animated player sprite in the entire damned game; his scarf, alone, has more frames of animation than some of the older SSRs do in their entire sprite sheet. And needless to say, his SR version's Charge Attacks (and yes, he gets two for a non 5★ to boot, depending on if he's in Turbo Boost or not) are spectacular.
  • Ascended Extra: It's difficult to imagine now given how important he is to the series, but Nicholas originally was only Robomi's sidekick with little importance to the plot, he would not become a hero, or even a playable character a full year after the original Robomi event came out with the release of Robomi Generations.
  • Calling Your Attacks: Has a tendency to do this when using his skills and his charge attack while also being a Large Ham.
  • Changing of the Guard: After Robomi had made her Heroic Sacrifice in the first event, Nicholas and Dr. Rashomon took great effort to find a way to build replicas of Robomi to fight Abominations. When those eventually failed, he created a Gigante Suit (also based on Robomi) to battle them.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: His Dark version, even with that black-and-red armor, is still the same Nicholas.
  • Diving Kick: His SR's regular Charge Attack is the Hyper Megaton Kick, which is based on Robomi's Hyper Megaton Kick. It's even the pose of his SR version's uncap art.
  • Dub Name Change: In Japanese, his name is Shirou and it was changed to Nicholas for the international version.
  • The Engineer: He's responsible for maintaining Robomi and his suit and also creates several mechanical creations for leisure.
  • Expy:
    • As with most Robomi characters, he is effectively a stand-in of a Mazinger Z character, being Robomi's story arc version of Koji Kabuto.
    • From the design of his suit (particularly that scarf) to his spectacularly hammy speech, he's essentially a Kamen Rider. The comparisons further in "Robomi Z" when he temporarily becomes a hybrid of human and abomination, referencing how Kamen Riders are some sort of Phlebotinum Rebel.
    • As he becomes something like a cyborg to mesh with his suit in "Generations", he has a significant other who is the lead researcher's daughter, and he eventually pilots the enormous God Gigantes at the end of "Generations" while in his suit, he's very, very comparable to Guy Shishioh from GaoGaiGar.
  • Happily Married: With Marie by "Robomi Z", and they're expecting their child to be born. As of the 5th Anniversary Event, the crew reached news that the baby was born and their son is introduced by the fifth Robomi event.
  • Humongous Mecha: And how! His Light SSR version has his 3rd skill summon the Grand God Kaiser for 5 turns, at the cost of no one else being able to attack for that time. That, and being unable to summon it again for the rest of the battle after being used once.
  • Mid-Season Upgrade: The Gigante Suit he uses in his SSR versions is one he took from Tyrias during the events of Robomi Z. It quickly proves to be much more powerful than his original suit and also still holds part of Tyrias's own soul, making it semi-sentient.
  • Power Glows: His SR version glows golden when transformed.
  • Promoted to Playable: He was an NPC for the first Robomi event and became the event character of Robomi Generations.
  • Scarf of Asskicking: A Kamen Rider-esque armor with a rugged scarf? Nicholas has these in both of his armors.
  • Super Mode: His SR version has a "Turbo Mode" which occurs after using his Charge Attack. Aside from the glowing armor, his skills' cooldown time is cut by two turns and he gets a more stronger Charge Attack.
  • Vague Age: His first two versions only state he's in his 20s in a profile and don't elaborate further. His SSR Light version revealed that he's currently 22.
  • Why Didn't I Think of That?: In his event version's Fate Episode, his armor overheats and needs a replacement cushion. Then the kid training under him brought a monster slime to cool it down. Nicholas' response?
    Using a monster to protect myself from monsters! Never would have thought of that!

     Novei 

Voiced by: Saori Hayami

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/novei_a.png
Rarity: SR
Element: Light
Style: Special
Weapon Specialty: Harp
Charge Attack: An die Freude

One of the two human members of the Sky Philharmonic Orchestra.


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