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The Seven Luminary Knights

Covers the Seven Luminary Knights who are sworn to serve the True King. The knights are sorted in order of introduction.

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     The Black Knight 

Apollonia Vaar

Voiced by: Romi Park

     The Scarlet Knight 

Baragona Aragon

Voiced by: Ryotaro Okiayu

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A Draph Luminary Knight encountered by the crew on their first visit to Lumacie Archipelago. He seems to be familiar with Lyria and acquainted with the protagonist's father. For reasons yet to be explained, he challenges the crew to a fight to test their strength.


  • Adapted Out: Doesn't appear in the anime at all, when the crew visits Lumacie Archipelago as the story progressed quite differently than it did in the game.
  • Ambiguously Evil: As nice as he is, there had been hints that he isn't as good as he seems to be. With Alliah mentioning that he did nothing when his old kingdom fell and in chapter 89, the sage's shock at hearing the name Baragona hints that he may have something to do with the destruction of the Torhid empire. Though as later chapters of the Nahlgrande arc reveals, the former was because the king and queen of Torhid requested him to sacrifice them and he plans to destroy the great wall.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: He appears as early as the crew's first visit to Lumacie Archipelago, but the significance of his appearance isn't explored until after the Phantagrande Arc is over.
  • Dual Boss: With Alliah in chapter 93, and again in chapter 105.
  • Final Boss: Of the Dawning Sky arc as he needs the Captain to destroy him to get rid of the Great Wall.
  • Fusion Dance: He uses his authority over the Great Wall and his role as one of its keys to fuse with it completely and to bring it down.
  • Gentle Giant: Katalina is especially surprised by this. Io thinks he wouldn't even hurt a fly. Abel guesses that the newborn Halvarda implicitly knows this as he laughs and smiles when Baragona holds him.
  • I Cannot Self-Terminate: He needs the Grandcypher crew to take him out as the further he assimilates into the Great Wall, the more unlikely he'll be able to destroy it himself without outside assistance.
  • No Macguffin No Winner: Succeeded in assimilating with the Great Wall so that the crew can destroy it instead of being used by the True King.
  • Red Baron: Also known as the "Strongest in the Empire/Sky".

     The Blue Knight 

Walfrid

Voiced by: Shuichi Ikeda

A Luminary Knight, founder of The Enforcers, and Lecia's father. He was once part of the crew of the protagonist's father. His character originates from Rage of Bahamut.
  • Animal Motif: His helmet is shaped as a horse's head.
  • The Ghost: He is only mentioned in dialogue for a majority of the first arc, his proper debut is in the second arc. He appears in person in the third arc to the crew.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He forced Gandharva into an early retirement because of excessive violence.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Yet another victim of the game's spotty localization of pre-2017 content (and just barely on the edge of it, too); depending on where you are in the story, his name will be spelled either Walfrid or Walfried.
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     The Golden Knight 

Alliah Istavion

Voiced by: Ai Kayano

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The Luminary Knight who oversees the Istavion Kingdom


  • Chainmail Bikini: Somewhat averted in that she has a reasonably tough looking plate armor... until you realize that it's both backless and that she has a huge gap of armor at her hips to expose her black thong.
  • Dual Boss: With Baragona in chapter 93.
  • Dual Wielding: She uses two swords in combat.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: She becomes increasingly annoyed with the Captain calling her "Ally" ("Alliah-chan" in Japanese) after she saves Pholia. Naturally, Rosetta's the one who coined the nickname.
  • Heel–Face Turn: After hearing about the atrocities the True King did in Nalhegrande and the destructive power of the Great Wall, she turns against him and encourages the crew to go and destroy the weapon.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: She tends to jump to conclusions on others, seeing the worst in any situation, while glossing over the actions of those she trusts. Namely her attitude towards the Scarlet Knight, who even mentions she's has facts when accusing him, but not the intent behind why said facts happend. She also sees her father the True King as righteous, when he's actually far more evil and cruel than she realizes and he doesn't try to hide it.
  • Sexy Backless Outfit: Despite wearing full plate armor and having literally every other part of her body being covered in armor, she's an Erune and has to expose her back, regardless of the consequences.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: She's not exactly thrilled to work with Baragona and Gilbert, but had to do it because of orders from the True King.

     The Violet Knight 

  • The Ghost: So far only mentioned in one of the chapters as they are responsible for how the Grandcypher ended up in Nalhegrande but then left to their Skydom soon after. Finally makes a brief appearance in Chapter 111, along with the Green Knight.
  • Little People: His small stature gives away his Harvin nature.

     The White Knight 

  • The Dragon: To the True King, moreso than any of the other Luminiary Knights, except perhaps the Golden Knight. As Baragona describes his appearance in Nalhegrande, he's either there under direct orders of the True King, or is accompanying the True King himself
  • Single-Stroke Battle: Instantly kills Gilbert before he even realizes that he's being attacked, despite their ability to easily avoid the Golden Knight's attacks previously.
  • The Speechless: He or she hasn't even made sound so far with anything other than their sword.
  • Undying Loyalty: Even when the True King reveals his intentions with the Great Wall and the atrocities he committed to take control of it, they still stand by his side.
  • World's Strongest Man: Very much implied to be this, with the True King telling the party that even with their newfound Primal Beast powers, the White Knight is simply not an opponent they stand a chance against.

     The Green Knight 

  • Unknown Character: For a short while. He is the last of the seven Luminiary Knights who had yet to be mentioned or make an appearance by the time the White Knight appears on-screen. Along with the Violet Knight, he finally makes a brief appearance in Chapter 111.

     The True King 
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Phantagrande Skydom Citizens

     Agent "Cristophe" 

Voiced by: Kenji Sugimura

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A draph and member of the Valtz intelligence service, though few are aware of this fact. He lives by a simple code: legal or illegal, if a job's worth doing, it's worth doing well.


  • Only Known by Their Nickname: It's unknown whether this is his real name or not, as even his journal entry includes quotation marks on his name.
  • Quest Giver: What he is, essentially, asking the crew for help in searching for the missing archduke.

     Artemisia 
Eugen's late wife and Apollonia's Missing Mom.
  • Dead Person Conversation: Made possible due to her ashes being spread into the seas of Auguste, and therefore absorbed by Leviathan. Connecting Eugen's heart with Leviathan's inadvertedly connected him to her as well.
  • Posthumous Character: She was long dead before the game began.
  • Theme Naming: With her daughter. Their names are based on Artemis and Apollo, the twin gods in Greek mythology.
  • Wham Line: Given what we saw in Rackam's trial, players (and Eugen himself) were led to believe that she was but an illusion, until she uttered this line:
    Artemisia: You see, I'm not from this world. I'm not the woman created from the happy ending you envisioned. I'm the real Artemisia.

Nalhegrande Skydom Citizens

     Abel 

Voiced by: Kenji Takahashi

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Cain's brother and Leona's fiancé.


  • Book Dumb: During a flashback scene in Chapter 110, he mentions that "his grades were the crappiest in the military academy".
  • Connected All Along: One way or another, he was the main driving force for pretty much all major characters appearing in the Nalhegrande arc. He was Cain's inspiration to lead a peaceful Nalhegrande, Reinhardtzar's determination to create a better kingdom, Leona's reason for revenge against Pholia, Gilbert's excuse for his plans failing spectacularly, and most importantly, Baragona's realization and eventual Heel–Face Turn to fight the True King.
  • Late-Arrival Spoiler: Early chapters of the Dawning Sky arc has Cain mention about having a brother, and that Leona's fiancé died a long time ago. Anyone familiar with the biblical narrative of the two brothers won't be surprised that the latter two are talking about Abel. Subverted that Cain wasn't the one who killed him out of jealousy.
  • Posthumous Character: He was killed during the great war by Gilbert more than 5 years ago.
  • Theme Naming: Cain and Abel for him and his brother. While Abel is long dead, it wasn't because of Cain and the two brothers actually got along well

Oarlyegrande Skydom Citizens

     Anissida 

Voiced by: Saki Fujita

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A Draph subordinate of the Golden Knight.


  • BFG: Walks around with a cannon-like weapon similar to Jessica, except for the bit on the end of it. One yonkoma chapter even lampshades this comparison.
  • Distaff Counterpart: To Drang.
  • Dual Boss: With her Erune partner, Hailak.
  • Foil: Both her and Hailak serve as such to Drang and Sturm. The two duos have loyalty to a member of the Luminary Knights and work as partners, but personality wise, Anissida is a lax person in comparison to Hailak, who is serious at his jobs, which differs from how Sturm is usually stoic with Drang being the social and lax one.
  • Lady of War: A highly disciplined captain of her own troop.
  • Multicolored Hair: Most of her hair is blonde but it has blue or violet streaks in it.

     Hailak 

Voiced by: Shinnosuke Tachibana

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An Erune subordinate of the Golden Knight.


  • Blade on a Stick: His weapon of choice.
  • Distaff Counterpart: To Sturm.
  • Dual Boss: With Anissida.
  • Foil: Both him and Anissida serve as such to Drang and Sturm. The two duos have loyalty to a member of the Luminary Knights and work as partners, but personality wise, Anissida is a lax person in comparison to Hailak, who is serious at his jobs, which differs from how Sturm is usually stoic with Drang being the social and lax one.

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     The Captain's Father 

The man who serves as the reason why The Quest to find Estalucia even started in the first place. He left behind a letter to his child telling them to meet him in the island. Little is known about him, not even his name. Yet he has become known by key figures throughout the Skydom.


  • Connected All Along: Rosetta, Noa and Walfrid explain in Chapter 118 that the protagonist's father played a role in concealing Lyria someplace where she can be away from the Red Wyrm mentioned in the prophecy.
  • Disappeared Dad: He left his home island of Zinkenstill a long time ago, serving as this to the protagonist (Gran/Djeeta) by leaving them with Vyrn.
  • Dramatic Irony: The father tried to prevent the Singularity from appearing as it is the one foretold to bring about destruction to the world and that the Girl in Blue and the Red Wyrm must never meet. This is why he left Vyrn in Zinkenstill and concealed Lyria elsewhere. The twist is that the singularity turned out to be his own child...
  • Famed In-Story: The protagonist's father has made a number of accomplishments back when he was still an adventurer, and those who remember his deeds now hold high positions in society, implying that a significant amount of time has passed.
    • He formed a crew with Walfrid, Rosetta and Vyrn as his first companions and all of them are aware of The Prophecy of the Girl in Blue and the Red Wyrm and the possible existence of the Singularity.
    • He managed to return back to the Skydom from the separated Edgelands.
    • As revealed in Chapter 118, his original quest is a task given to him by the god of the Sky Realm himself
  • No Name Given: He is only mentioned as "that man", and when others note his connection to the protagonist, they simply acknowledge him as "your father".
  • Red Baron: Known as "Primal Killer", as he was tasked by the god of the Sky Realm to collect the power of the Primal Beast in the Sky Realm to return them to the Astral world. And as Rosetta explains more of his backstory in Chapter 118, Primal Beasts are as good as dead without their powers, which is why many Primals opposed him in his quest and branded him this title.

     The Society 

An organization that seems to span in multiple skydoms. So far, their true purpose is unknown, but they have been known to provide powerful weapons and missions to their agents. Zeta, Beatrix, Vaseraga, Ilsa, Eustace, and Alandus all belong in this organization, as did Guzaletha before he defected.


  • Classified Information: All members have varying levels of clearance to the Society's highly guarded information with Ilsa and Eustace with highest level of access, Vaseraga and Zeta at a vague lower level, and Beatrix frequently barred off due to her bumbling naïveté. It's noted in "Second Advent" that none of them have any inkling of the layout of Site Zero.
  • The Ghost: The organization as a whole is never actually encountered, save for the playable characters and a few recruits. Interestingly, they're not exactly hiding either, as even Cain mentions about them in the main story chapters.
  • Godzilla Threshold: The threat of Pandemonium and the Watchers is high enough to get its various leaders to all agree on sending a fleet to help take it down in "000".
  • A House Divided: A rather extreme case in that the organization has nine factions. If Zeta and company could have their own way, they could easily be the tenth.
  • Hunter of His Own Kind: In the episodes of Eustace's Dark version, a faction of the Society tries to invoke this as it wants to use Lyria's powers of controlling primal beasts to help the group's objective of hunting other primal beasts. However, they insist her to leave the Grandcypher crew and join the Society as a consequence. Their efforts were futile as they are rejected and defeated by the captain and Eustace.
  • Obstructive Bureaucrat: Despite Ilsa's position as a high-ranking officer, her request of getting more agents in the event, "Right Behind You", was turned down in favor of giving her fresh new recruits instead. Just another reason why Ilsa is so cynical about the organization.

     Queen Bee 
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Originally introduced as a raid boss and obtainable summon in the now-defunct Defense Order event, Queen Bee reappears as the final boss of the event, "Little Skyfarer a la Sacre Blumiel". She guards the highly coveted Royal Honey which the MC, Lyria and Vyrn plan to obtain in order to serve to Charlotta.


  • Bonus Boss: She was featured in the February 2019 Proving Grounds event as a final boss of majority of the modes, and a sub-boss of the Proud+ mode.
  • It Amused Me: Part of the reason why she attacks the crew, though it's also partially to gauge if they're a threat to her hive.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: While normally she stops other adventurers dead on their tracks, she allows the crew to take some of the royal honey as she realizes they're not in it for the profit. However, she only does so after testing their strength.

     Krelkulkil 

Voiced by: Noriaki Sugiyama

Sevilbarra's brother-in-law who was driven to revenge when Keralbarra, his wife-to-be was killed on the day of their wedding under the hands of a demon blade possessed Corwell. He is the final boss of the "Reflections for a White Clover" event.
  • Final Boss: Of "Reflections for a White Clover".
  • Morality Pet: Osada and Garoza, a Draph father and daughter pair who had been helping him searching for information about Corwell, is this to him.
  • Prematurely Grey-Haired: The trauma of seeing Keralbarra dead right during his wedding day is too much that his hair turned white from the stress.
  • Revenge: He wants to kill Corwell for murdering his wife.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: Boy howdy. He was an idealistic Nice Guy and really loved Keralbarra. Then Corwell killed her on the day of their wedding...

     Astaroth 

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Originated from Rage of Bahamut. A co-op antagonist and the final boss of the Co-op stages. Tied to the "What Makes The Sky Blue" lore, Astaroth is one of the original Primal Beasts, crafted from the stars who joined in the Fallen angels' rebellion against the Astrals, only to be sealed away by Lucifer inside Pandemonium. To this day, she still carries a grudge against him and is plotting to enact her revenge once she escapes her prison.
  • Final Boss: Of the Pandemonium segment of Co-op mode.
  • Foil: In a way is this to Lucifer, as he is the leader of the Primarchs while she lords over the Fallen Angels trapped in Pandemonium.
  • Horned Humanoid: Befitting her image as the "Demon God".
  • Killed Off for Real: Maybe. Though it’s likely that she just de-manifested after being defeated.
  • Mystical White Hair: Like the final form of her Rage Of Bahamut counterpart.
  • Revenge: Has been plotting her escape and revenge against Lucifer for millennia.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: She isn't mentioned at all in the "What Makes The Sky Blue" trilogy despite being directly connected to it due to her status as an original Primal Beast, someone who hates Lucifer and wants to defy himnote  and as a character who actively took place in the rebellion against the Astrals, which resulted in her and other fallen angels being sealed away.
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