This covers other non-playable characters that are encountered throughout the story or events.
The Seven Luminary KnightsCovers the Seven Luminary Knights who are sworn to serve the True King and oversee the Skydoms under his dominion. The knights are sorted in order of introduction.
- Authority Equals Asskicking: They are among the strongest individuals in the various Skydoms.
- Badass Cape: All of them wear very long capes that are also color-coded with their title and armor.
- Bonus Boss: The Scarlet Knight as the Great Wall and the Violet Knight are available to fight in the "Pride of the Ascendant" quests, which feature much tougher versions of them as enemies relative to their fights in the main story.
- Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Each knight wears armor colored similarly to their title.
- Dragon with an Agenda: Most Luminiary Knights seen so far seem to have other plans of their own and aren't quite as loyal to the True King as their titles imply.
- Expy: They're pretty clear expies/homages of some of the Tin Tyrant groups in certain Final Fantasy games, in particular the Judges of Final Fantasy XII and the Garlean generals of Final Fantasy XIV. (It's the Golden Knight where it gets most obvious, as the "collar" of her armor is exactly the same as that of Judge Drace.)
- The Fellowship Has Ended: By the time of the Oarlyegrande portion of the third arc, the Luminary Knights as an organization are finished. Both the Black Knight and the Golden Knight are in open rebellion against the True King and have sided with the Captain, the Scarlet Knight is in a coma and is unlikely to keep serving the True King given that he joined to stop him from using the Great Wall, the Violet Knight is dead and the Blue Knight, while forced to remain obedient, is undermining the True King by aiding the Captain and Loki. This leaves only the White and Green Knight serving the True King. Alliah's Fate Episode does reveal that the True King is vetting new candidates for the position of Golden Knight, but Alliah's defiance of her title being stripped from her makes it unlikely for there to be a new one anytime soon.
Voiced by: Ryotaro Okiayu
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".
Voiced by: Shuichi IkedaA 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.
- Big Good: The closest one we have. In spite of being a Luminiary Knight, he's working against the True King's intentions. He also backs the crew in their journey, in spite of the player character's status as the Singularity. Even without these facts, he's also the founder and leader of the Enforcers, an organization who act as the police force of all the skydoms.
- 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.
- Mr. Exposition: In "Seeds of Redemption", he easily deduced Nehan's identity as a survivor of the Karm Clan. From there on, Walfrid narrates to Lecia (and the audience) an exposition of the Karm Clan, Seox's backstory, and the protagonist's father's contribution to that clan (since Walfrid travelled with him in the past).
- My Master, Right or Wrong: Currently obeying all of the True King's orders due to the implied threat of consequences for defying him, he sent Lecia and Monika to act as his proxies to get around this obstruction.
- 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.
Voiced by: Joji Nakata
A wandering Luminary Knight, and a family man who has connections with the Rhem Kingdom.
- Affably Evil: He's often laid back in his discussions with others, even having a cordial conversation with the crew during an Enemy Mine.
- Big Eater: Always goes to a restaurant after completing his mission as he expends so much energy while fighting. Necesaria exploits that by using his suspicions of being targeted through poisoned food to deflect him from what he should've been really concerned about.
- Blade on a Stick: He uses a polearm in combat to make up for his short stature.
- Connected All Along: He is a relative of Dolza, the King of Rhem.
- Enemies List: Eugen reminds him that the Violet Knight is still an enemy to the Grandcypher, despite forming a truce to fight against a common foe.Eugen: But you got some nerve, Violet Knight. Far as we're concerned, you're still on our crap list.
- Enemy Mine: Despite being their target for retrieving Lloyd, the crew forms a truce with the Violet Knight on Chapter 124, as both sides won't be able to get out of Nalhegrande until the monsters from the Otherworld are taken care of.Violet Knight: When it comes to crises that threaten the realm, wouldn't it be nice if all nations could come together to stand against the tide?
- Fair-Play Villain: He does try to make a run for the border between Nahlegrande and Oarlyegrande with Lloyd before the crew can try to collect on their deal for him to hand over Lloyd after the Otherworld is dealt with. However, he stops just at the border where he stops at a cafe and waits for the crew to catch up, feeling that he's at least obligated to give them a chance to stop him.
- The Ghost: Only mentioned in one chapter of the Dawning Sky arc as they are responsible for how the Grandcypher ended up in Nalhegrande but then left to their Skydom soon after. Finally makes his proper debut in the Wayfaring Astral arc, first seen with the Green Knight and then as the Luminary in charge of getting a hold of Akasha through Lloyd.
- "I Know You're in There Somewhere" Fight: In Chapter 126, the Violet Knight tries to talk out the possessed Rhem Soldiers by symphatizing with having a family. But the soldiers' consciousness are too lost that they turned into mindless soldiers due to Ganesha's rampage. He breaks their legs without killing them anyway.
- Little People: His small stature gives away his Harvin nature.
- Pretty in Mink: His cape and pauldrons are connected by a fur coat.
- Trademark Favorite Food: His favorite food is ramen from a certain restaurant and his dying regret is that he didn't get to fulfill his promise of having his last meal at that ramen restaurant.
- 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.
- 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.
Phantagrande Skydom Citizens
Voiced by: Kenji Sugimura
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.
- Badass Longcoat: His uniform is a long green trenchcoat.
- 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.
- 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.
Voiced by: Yuuma Uchida
A young boy living in Zinkenstill and the childhood friend of the captain.
- Canon Immigrant: He finally makes a debut in Chapter 131, a year and a half since his original appearance in the anime.
- Childhood Friends: With Vyrn and the captain.
- Remember the New Guy?: Can be seen as this as he never appeared in any of the Zinkenstill chapters until 131. Justified as he's a Canon Immigrant.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Shares his love of apples with Vyrn.
Named Firra, she left Tramont island some time before it was practically cut off from the world.
- Adaptational Early Appearance: She appears in a Flash Back in season 2 of the anime.
- Affectionate Gesture to the Head: Liked to comfort her grandson like this, just like Ferry used to comfort her.
- Alliterative Family: Firra and Ferry.
- Back from the Dead: Inexplicably appears before Ferry in her Grand version fate episode. Except not really. It's just an otherworldly being impersonating her. Even so, after the otherworld being is defeated and Ferry departs from the island to re-join the crew, she still ends up seeing a mirage of Firra, who wishes her to return safely.
- Cool Old Lady: It's said that she was beloved by everyone around her.
- Diary: She and her sister kept a shared diary so that Firra wouldn't get bored from having to watch the outside world through her bedroom window. The diary is lost at some point and re-discovered by Momo about a century later.
- Doting Grandparent: To a very young Drang, often telling him stories and giving him the affection that his parents weren't.
- Due to the Dead: Her grave remains visibly well-tended, as Ferry notices when she visits it.
- Flower Motifs: As an old lady, she had the fragrance of a flower native to the mist-shrouded island. Both Drang and Ferry honour her grave with those same flowers.
- Grave-Marking Scene: Both Ferry and Drang each visit her grave in their fate episodes. In the anime they visit it together.
- Ill Girl: Was frail and sickly as a child, often spending days confined to her bed. Because of this, she was sent off to a sanatorium on another island, where she eventually overcame her illness.
- Out-of-Character Alert: She dismisses her sister's friends as unimportant and later says that there's nothing left in this world for her, despite the fact that she was loved and adored. This leads Ferry to conclude that the Firra that has miraculously "come back from the dead" is an imposter.
- Parental Abandonment: Obviously, since her parents died not long after she had left the island.
- Plucky Girl: She left the island at a time when airship travel was much more perilous, according to Ferry. Yet she took the risk because there was no other way to find a cure for her illness.
- Posthumous Character: She died of old age before the events of the game.
- The Promise: Drang promised her that he'd take her to the mist-shrouded island one day, so that she could see her sister again. Unfortunately, she died before he could fulfill it. In the anime, he promised her to save her sister.
- Small Role, Big Impact: It was her stories of Ferry that made Drang want to become an adventurer and led him to seek out Tramont island, where his knowledge was crucial to the party in resolving the situation. This in turn allowed Ferry to later help the crew by guiding Lyria back from the Otherworld in the Wayfaring Astral Arc.
- Starting a New Life: She settled down on another island, got married and had at least one child.
- Strong Family Resemblance: She shares the same hair, eye and ear colours with her sister Ferry and her grandson Drang.
- Tareme Eyes: Emphasizing her status as The Cutie and contrasting her sister's Tsurime Eyes.
- Token Wholesome: Though it has cut-outs at the sides, her dress shows relatively little skin and apparently even covers her back.
- You Can't Go Home Again: Tried to return to Tramont after she had recovered from her illness, but somehow couldn't get close to the island.
Nalhegrande Skydom Citizens
Voiced by: Kenji Takahashi
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 HeelFace Turn to fight the True King.
- Fashionable Asymmetry: His pauldrons and sleeves are of different designs, and his belts are slanted.
- 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.
- Religious and Mythological 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.
- Sadly Mythtaken: He and his brother are named after Cain and Abel, and their backstory is also inspired from The Bible albeit with alterations: Unlike their biblical counterparts, Cain loves his brother, and Abel's death was caused by someone else.
- Too Many Belts: He has at least three things wrapped around his waist.
Oarlyegrande Skydom Citizens
Voiced by: Saki Fujita
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, also being the more talkative one among their pairings.
- 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.
- Undying Loyalty: Her loyalty ultimately lies with the Golden Knight/Alliah, not the True King or Oarlyegrande. This is partially because Anissida finds Alliah to be the least boring commander she's worked with, but mostly because she truly finds Alliah to be someone worthy of her respect and would follow to the ends of the sky.
Voiced by: Shinnosuke Tachibana
An Erune subordinate of the Golden Knight.
- Blade on a Stick: His weapon of choice.
- Distaff Counterpart: To Sturm, also being the more serious one among their pairings.
- Dual Boss: With his Draph partner, 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.
- Locked Out of the Loop: Due to his greater reticence about disobeying the True King, Anissida and the Golden Knight didn't disclose certain plans to him right up until they were in his face.
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.
- It's revealed in "Seeds of Redemption" that he was the one who took care of a young Seox during his visit to the Karm Clan.
- Childhood Friend Romance: Has this with the captain's mother as revealed in chapter 131.
- 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... who would then grow up to have both Vyrn and Lyria on the same crew. Walfrid even notes the implication or possibility that the child captain would have to fight their father because of these circumstances.
- 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 have now aged and 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, which makes the people from the latter place aware of his existence and feats.
- As revealed in Chapter 118, his original quest is a task given to him by the god of the Sky Realm itself.
- It's Personal: His adventure at first started because his wife's sister is kidnapped by the True King.
- Kill the God: Known as the "Primal Killer", as he was tasked by the god of the Sky Realm to collect the powers of the Primal Beasts in the Sky Realm and 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.
- Mercy Kill: The last quest given to him was to find the old gods and free them, as there were way too many Primal Beasts who were even terrified of their own selves.
- No Name Given: He is only mentioned as "that man", and when others note his connection to you as the protagonist, they simply acknowledge him as "your father".
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: It's implied that he did something to the fourth Primal Beast of Nahlgrande, Ares that sent them to the Otherworldly realm.
- Parental Neglect: This guy is not getting any parent of the year awards, while at first his constant distance from his child is played more for mistery and the Captain does not seem to outwardly resent him, the second half of No Rain, No Rainbow brings up the emotional damage he did to his child to the forefront and Seeds of Redemption showed that he took care of Seox for an unknown period of time, showing that he could have taken the Captain, but didn't, something that neither the Captain nor Vyrn can defend and makes the Captain show the first signs of anger and resentment towards their father in the story.
- Red Baron: The "Primal Killer", with an appropriate reason for being named as such.
A travelling doctor who visited Tramont island at the time it was ravaged by an epidemic. He is the one that summoned Celeste.
- Adaptation Expansion: His characterization and role are expanded in the anime.
- Bad Samaritan: He certainly tried to appear concerned with finding a cure for the epidemic, but he was really only interested in conducting experiments.
- Composite Character: In the anime, he's a combination of the plague doctor from the initial story arc and an amoral scientist from one of Ferry's fate episodes who researched Celeste in search of an elixir of immortality.
- Dressed to Heal: In the game, he wears a stereotypical doctor's outfit, complete with a white lab coat, a head mirror and a stethoscope. In the anime, he only has his white lab coat.
- Evil Makes You Monstrous: In the anime, he has this effect on Celeste.
- Evil Sounds Deep: He has a very deep and gruff voice.
- Immortality Seeker: Implied in the game but explicitly his motivation in the anime.
- The Resenter: He can't fathom why Ferry was granted immortality and not him. He goes as far as swearing revenge because of this.
- Slasher Smile: He sports one that can only be seen by the audience when he chooses his sacrifices to Celeste.
- That Was the Last Entry: The crew finds his journal, wherein he described his experiments. In the anime, the last entry details how he planned to attain immortality.
- Villainous Cheekbones: So prominent, it's hard to tell his age because of this.
- Would Hurt a Child: In the anime he sacrificed Ferry, who was canonically 13 at the time, and later almost killed Io as well.
An organization that seems to span in multiple skydoms. Their true purpose is shrouded in mystery and known only to its upper command, but they have been known to provide powerful weapons and missions to their agents in order to stop threats throughout the Skydoms. Zeta, Beatrix, Vaseraga, Ilsa, Eustace, and Alandus all belong to 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. "Second Advent" and story content from the year 2019 onwards averts this as the organization begins to step up into the spotlight.
- Godzilla Threshold: The threat of Pandemonium and the Watchers is high enough to get its various leaders to all agree on sending their total forces as one 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.
- Legendary Weapon: The Society as a whole has control over certain named weapons capable of fighting Primals and other weapons meant to counteract the first category. These weapons are contracted to highly exceptional individuals like Beatrix and Vaseraga for usage in the field. It's eventually revealed that the reason these weapons are so unique is because they're built to house the artificial machine gods of the moon referred to as automagods, and what's more, the moondwellers still have some automagods at their disposal.
- Leitmotif: "Second Advent" plays whenever they make a major appearance.
- Mooks: Fully helmeted black-clad soldiers serve as the cannon fodder for all of its branches, which is one of the first indications that Necesaria is aligned with them when they show up.
- 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.
- Offscreen Inertia: Because of the separation between main story and events, Spaghetti Syndrome has the Game Changer of the Society's imminent collapse and takeover by the Foe in Phantagrande, but it's unclear how this affects the main story in Nalhegrande with Necesaria's operations still in motion.
- Signature Device: The transceivers that all members carry to talk with their superiors, which is also one of the most advanced items for this game's setting.
- Theme Naming: The operatives that Necesaria namedrops (Kirac, Maxwell, Clark) are all named after physicists and "Spaghetti Syndrome" introduces Heisenberg. Grace uses the alias of "Murray" during Spaghetti Syndrome, which is based on Murray Gell-Mann.
- Who You Gonna Call?: Whenever The Foe is involved, it is The Society that is mostly focused on dealing with them.
Central Command (CENTCOM)
Voiced by: Minori SuzukiThe enigmatic head of the entire Society. As its founder, she laid out the directives that would guide the Society as they investigate Primal Beasts, Automagods, and any other suspicious matters throughout the Skydoms.
- A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Well, kinda. Yatima is merged with an Automagod and functionally is the AI overseeing all Society technological developments and integration into her system.
- All for Nothing: Despite her long and desperate efforts to find any way to get back to the Moon, her subordinates are forced to take her down due to her insanity blinding her from realizing that she no longer has the fine control required to pilot Isaac's rocket.
- Back from the Dead: Despite seemingly being killed at the end of "Spaghetti Syndrome", Raybury had held on to a piece of her core, allowing her to resurrect on the moon with her mind and functions intact.
- Big Damn Heroes: Comes completely out of nowhere to blow up the moon's mass driver, before revealing that Raybury's apparent Heroic Sacrifice was also her doing, as he had picked up her core after her apparent demise at Cassius' hands.
- Childhood Friends: With Alandus, who had met her in the woods as a young boy. After making good on his promise as Raybury and resurrecting her on the moon, it's proven that the two are still very much fond of other.
- Earn Your Happy Ending: In the third act of "Home Sweet Moon", she's resurrected from a piece of her core that Raybury kept, meaning she's finally achieved her dream of returning home. In the epilogue, she's happily chatting with Raybury about their past together back when he was still Alandus.
- Evil Counterpart: To Lyria. From her appearance and her power of imitating primal beasts, Yatima is very similar to Lyria, except for her red and black colour scheme. The similarities are even more striking in Home Sweet Moon, when it is revealed that Raybury, formerly Alandus, had promised her to take her back to the moon, much like how Lyria was promised by the Captain to take her to Estalucia. He even refers her as the "girl in red" to contrast with Lyria's title of "girl in blue." And that's before considering her name's Significant Anagram, as described below in its entry.
- Fusion Dance: First with an unnamed Automagod, and then with Raybury after he picked up her core, with Raybury currently stuck to the top of her head.
- The Ghost: She's actually appeared several times before her first formal appearance, as the voice anyone in the Society hears when they speak to CENTCOM.
- HeelFace Turn: In the epilogue of "Home Sweet Moon", it's revealed that she's being considered to become a part of the Omega-3's ranks, with her official induction happening in 400 years. She doesn't mind much though, and is content to spend her time in the meantime catching up with Raybury.
- Madness Mantra: She starts only stating her wish to go home and repeating the Moon's directives to capture Cassius and return to the moon when she really goes off her rocker in a mad rush to steal Isaac's rocket.
- Mercy Kill: After losing her mind completely and going berserk in her pursuit of Cassius and returning home, the party has to put her down and end her suffering. Although she does get better in "Home Sweet Moon".
- Mission Control Is Off Its Meds: As her sanity begins to deteriorate, she begins to lose focus on everything but Cassius, despite attempts from other Society agents to actually comply with her directives.
- Nanomachines: They're not referred to as such, but her primary power is to create cells that work like nanomachines. This mostly manifests through attacking with wire-like tentacles and spikes.
- Power Copying: She's able to replicate attacks from primal beasts. Her regular attack is based off of Colossus, and she has special attacks that borrow from Leviathan, Tiamat, and Bahamut.
- Sanity Slippage: Her decades in isolation, as well as being cut off from the routine maintenence that Moondwellers typically require, were not kind towards her mental health.
- Sdrawkcab Speech: Comes with the territory for moondwellers, though when she's masquerading as CENTCOM, she speaks normally.
- Significant Anagram: The strokes in the katakana for "Yatima" can be rearranged to be "Lyria". Like so.
- Walking Spoiler: Knowing any more of her backstory than the blurb above gives away a massive twist for the Society plotline.
- You Shall Not Pass!: After building a mass driver for Cassius and Issac to take back to the Sky World, she stays behind to hold off the drones trying to stop them, having planned to remain on the moon anyway.
Voiced by: Kazuhiro Yamaji
The leader of the Odajumoki gang and one of the former heads of the Society, whose disagreement over the organization's path led to his resignation and retreat to the North Vast. He is the antagonist of the event "Gripping Freedom".
- FaceHeel Turn: He was originally one of the founders of the Society which Zeta, Vaseraga, Beatrix and Eustace are a part of, but the organization soon strayed from its original purpose and he left as a result.
- Killed Off for Real: One of the few event antagonists so far to actually die.
- Late-Arrival Spoiler: The later Society events immediately reveal that he was a former Society head and one of their targets.
- Parental Substitute: To Skull and the rest of the Odajumoki Gang. He treats them as his children. Though he wasn't very nice with Balurga simply because she is originally a woman.
- So Proud of You: In his final moments before being blown up, he tearfully mutters how proud he is of Skull for truly finding freedom.
- We Used to Be Friends: With Alandus as the two worked together during the Society's beginning, but drifted apart as Guzaletha became disgusted overall with what the Society had become.
Voiced by: Akio Ōtsuka
One of the Society founders and its head researcher. He merges with Automagod Pyet-A, Cassius' spear, Yek, and the seal weapon, Embrasque, to become a new automagod, Versatile. He serves as the true antagonist of the event, "Second Advent".
- Affably Evil: He is actually quite pleasant and modest when he talks to the Society members. Subverted later when he drops all pretense all for the sake of his dream.
- Affectionate Nickname: In the epilogue of "Home Sweet Moon" and well after he has become Raybury, Yatima refers to him only as Alan, indicating a long and storied relationship between the two.
- Childhood Friends: With Yatima, having met her as a young boy in the woods.
- Enemy Summoner: Both with his manikins recently introduced as new Society cannon fodder and the moon's drones once he gets ahold of Cassius' spear.
- Evil Counterpart: Surprisingly, to the Captain. Just as the Captain makes a promise to Lyria, a girl with power over primal beasts, to take her to Estalucia, Alandus had similarly made a promise to Yatima, a girl with power over automagods, to take her back to the moon. The two had even encountered their respective girl in the woods.
- Evil Genius: His intellect was brilliant enough to intuit various pieces of moondweller technology that no skydweller would've even begun to think of, and had previously provided the Society with most of its armaments and devices.
- HeelFace Turn: After becoming Raybury.
- Godhood Seeker: His ultimate goal was to use the superior technology of the moon to ascend to what he saw as a higher form of existence. What he actually wanted after achieving it is unclear as the conflicting cores of himself, Embrasque, and Pyet-A, and his amplified ego causes Versatile to go on the rampage in Site Zero. "Spaghetti Syndrome" reveals that it was part of a promise made to Yatima to figure out how to bring her back to the Moon.
- Gory Discretion Shot: His human body's final fate with his head messily dissected to extract his brain for merging with Pyet-A and entirely shadowed. Eustace tells Lyria not to look, and everyone's reaction is disgust.
- Not Quite Dead: After the events of "Second Advent", Isaac had salvaged the parts of Versatile to create Raybury, which resulted in Alandus's consciousness being transferred into it. As a result, Raybury, due to actually being Alandus, is able to do and know many things that a normal robot shouldn't be able to.
- The Promise: Alandus's actions are guided by a promise he made as a boy to Yatima, to take her back home to the moon.
Voiced by: Chafurin
A high-ranking member of the Society. He's a part of the splinter faction that opposes the weapon contractors, and he first appeared in "Spaghetti Syndrome".
- Affably Evil: The way he treats his troops earns even Ilsa's respect.
- The Bad Guy Wins: "Spaghetti Syndrome" ends with him in control of what remains of the Society, and he brands Zeta, Vaseraga, Beatrix and Eustace as criminals.
- Didn't See That Coming: In "Home Sweet Moon", He tries approaching Eustace to get him to deliver the superweapon Yama which can defeat Diaspora, hoping that as one of the more pragmatic heroes that he'd at least entertain its necessity in face of the oncoming threat. However, Eustace turns out to be the absolute worst person he could have approached because Eustace recognized the weapon as developed version of what was used to destroy his whole village as a child. Eustace would have killed him on the spot and probably destroyed the weapon if it weren't for Ronan stopping him.
- Karma Houdini: He's singlehandedly responsible for the Forever War between Society and the Foe, takes control of what remains of the Society at the end of "Spaghetti Syndrome", and is later revealed to be the person behind various atrocities that the Society/Foe has committed in the past, such as the destruction of Eustace's home village. He committed all of it without getting any comeuppance whatsoever.
- Karma Houdini Warranty: Fate has finally caught up to him however, with Ronan finally capturing him and ordering Eustace to execute him after the latter arrived to settle the score for Heisenberg destroying his village. Doubles as Karmic Death.
- Mole in Charge: Heisenberg, who is working for both the Society and Foe to create a Forever War for skydwellers and the Moon, assumes control of the Society by the end of the sixth Society event.
- More Dakka: He and all of his troops are armed with anti-primal beast ammunition.
- The Only One Allowed to Defeat You: His execution at Ronan's hands is interrupted by Eustace... because he wants to do him in himself for destroying his village eighteen years ago.
- Vagueness Is Coming: Before he escapes capture by Ronan and Eustace, he warns that the reason the Moon stopped producing Automagods after thirteen is because they've switched their focus to developing an even stronger weapon.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: His motivations, for the most part, are this. See the folder on The Foe for more information.
Voiced by: Binbin Takaoka
Eustace's direct supervisor.
- Big Good: He's the highest ranking Society officer left who's sympathetic to the crew and rounds up parts of the Society not under the control of Heisenberg/the Foe in order to help coordinate the rescue mission for Cassius in "Home Sweet Moon".
- Parental Substitute: While being Eustace's supervisor and former mentor first and foremost, flashbacks in "Home Sweet Moon" show a somewhat fatherly side to his guidance of Eustace, lamenting his contracting with Flamek due to the weapon requiring solitude, and wishing Eustace would learn that the peace and quiet he wanted wasn't the same as being alone. He also dissuades Eustace from killing Heisenberg when the latter learns he was responsible for the destruction of his hometown, telling him that Eustace's current point in life was because he found something more valuable than revenge.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: Despite his trepidation about Lyria and the dangers that come with being her crewmate, he's willing to let Eustace continue on his journey with her while Ronan works together with him for Ronan's goals to be accomplished.
- Mentor Archetype: Found a young Eustace after the latter's village had been accidentally wiped out by a test of the superweapon Yama, guiding him through his rise through the Society's ranks until he contracted with Flamek and grew out of his supervision.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Kept Heisenberg alive as insurance until the battle with the Moon's forces was over, and opts to execute him afterwards. When Eustace interrupts his execution due to wanting to settle the score himself for destroying his village, Ronan decides to order Eustace to do it instead.
Voiced by: Sayaka Sembongi
A promising young recruit placed under Ilsa's command who's been chosen as a weapon contractor candidate.
- Captain Obvious: It was pretty easy for her to find out she was adopted given she's human and her parents are Draphs, something Isaac had apparently never considered when leaving her with them. Funnily enough, the only one who thinks it's out of place is Gwynne herself.
- Child Prodigy: She's only 15 years old, but is still Ilsa's most promising recruit and a potential seal weapon contractor, and later does contract with Arianensa. Although Grace training her probably helped her quite a bit.
- Disintegrator Ray: Temporarily wields Yama against Dex in the final part of "Home Sweet Moon", which is this.
- Empathic Weapon: Like all Seal Weapons, Arianensa is this, and to pilot her automagod for the purpose of "Home Sweet Moon"'s rescue mission, she requires a neural link to it through her seal weapon. This backfires as a result of Ellis' maintaining the link during their battle against him, causing her real body injury when the automagod sustains damage.
- Fighting Fingerprint: While training with Rhens, he and his master Yodarha are able to tell that her fighting style is based on Yodarha's teachings, leading them to figure out Grace was responsible for training her.
- First-Name Basis: After reuniting with her elder brother Isaac, she attempts to call him various variations of "big brother," although none of them feel right and she just sticks with his first name.
- Give Him a Normal Life: Her elder brother Isaac left her with close friends to be raised as their own daughter, due to not wanting her to be burdened with their family's mission of returning to the moon and being genuinely disgusted with their parents referring to her as their "backup plan" in case Isaac failed.
- Happily Adopted: While it was understandably very easy for her to learn she was adopted due to her parents being Draphs and her being human, she makes it clear that she's happy to be called their daughter and the family clearly loves each other very much.
- Horrible Judge of Character: Didn't have a clue that Grace, who both trained her and convinced her to join the Society, was responsible for an untold amount of deaths and atrocities in the name of her goals. Although in her defense, Grace never did anything around her that implied she had, and their relationship was surprisingly positive.
- Humongous Mecha: Remotely pilots one for the rescue mission in "Home Sweet Moon" after contracting with Arianensa.
- I Will Find You: Her main reason for joining the Society and becoming a contractor was because she believed it would help her find her long lost brother Isaac.
- Meganekko: A cute young girl that deeply loves her family and wears a pair of glasses, a trait she shares with her older brother Isaac.
- Mind Rape: Undergoes a short one at Ellis' hands along with the Captain and Vaseraga, although Lyria is able to stop him.
- Offscreen Moment of Awesome: Even after her automagod is sliced in half, she still manages to thrash and kill Juana after Isaac used his chaos matter scalpel to interfere with Ellis's Combat Clairvoyance, which also affected a connected Juana.
- Razor Floss: Her automagod employs seemingly electrified ones in the mission to the moon, which makes sense given it's core is Arianensa, Grace's former Weapon of Choice.
- Shared Family Quirks: Shares her silver hair and a pair of glasses with her elder brother Isaac, as well as their fondness for sausages and potatoes with root beer.
- Sympathy for the Devil: Despite having learned about her true nature, Gwynne still expresses some sadness over Grace's death due to being close with her when she was alive, and properly mourns her with Isaac after he recovers her remains.
- Big Bad: Serves as such for most events involving the Society and meddle further in areas the Society has not noticed yet.
- Enemy Civil War: "Spaghetti Syndrome" reveals that there are Moondwellers who are sent to the sky realm, with some like Isaac following their ancestor's duty to return to the moon, while others like Grace and Heisenberg see the Moondwellers leaving their ancestors at the sky realm as a betrayal and chose to side the skydwellers who helped them. As such, they've been intentionally preparing the Sky World for a conflict with the Moon.
- The Ghost: They are never physically seen, even after they are identified as moondwellers in "Right Behind You". That is, until "Spaghetti Syndrome" reveals the identities of the main instigators as Grace and Heisenberg.
- Greater-Scope Villain: They are the instigator of the tragedies that affected several event antagonist and playable characters such as Grueler from "A Peace Of The Pie", Baldir from "Violet Violence", and Ezecrain, whose home was destroyed because of their actions and how it affected Baldir. They are also related to the underground research lab that provided Maddie the means to win against Meteon in "Platinum Sky".
- Meaningful Name: They call themselves the "Foe" because they're continually stoking conflict for arms escalation until the Sky World is sufficiently prepared for taking on the Moon.
- The Needs of the Many: Their justifying philosophy for their actions is that the number of people who die in conflicts they have a hand in will ultimately be outnumbered by the number of people who came through said conflicts and are stronger as a result.
- Sdrawkcab Speech: Their speech is rendered as rearranged Japanese/English, though the actual sound is merely the screeching of machines. Cassius points out that Grace's attempts are pretty sloppy overall.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Descendants of moondwellers Grace and Heisenberg side with skydwellers but in their effort to make sure the skydwellers get stronger should the day the moondwellers invade the sky realm comes, they are willing to sow distrust and discord among several regions to do so.
- Zero-Approval Gambit: Their ultimate goal is to make themselves and the Moon by proxy a target that all skydoms are ready to take on.
Voiced by: Yoko Honna
A descendant of moon dwellers, and a member of the Foe. She makes her first formal appearance in "Spaghetti Syndrome".
- Abhorrent Admirer: As shown in "Spaghetti Syndrome", she has apparently been pestering Isaac for a while to marry and have children with her, although he repeatedly turns her down due to both knowing she was nothing but trouble and having no interest in marriage anyway. After she dies, Isaac wonders if her insistence on him marrying her was because she knew she would die in her mission against the moon and wanted to leave behind a successor beforehand.
- Affably Evil: Is unfailingly polite and soft-spoken to everyone she encounters, and is responsible for an untold number of atrocities and deaths in the name of preparing the skydwellers against the moon.
- Always Someone Better: To Rhens, who was another one of Yodarha's pupils during their youth, although he wasn't resentful and was just motivated by her. He manages to surpass her during her battle against the part towards the end of the first part of "Home Sweet Moon", working together with the party to exploit the weakness of her Razor Floss and mortally wound her.
- And I Must Scream: For the reasons explained in Only Mostly Dead, Grace is currently in the Otherworld and being tortured by Otherworlders constantly for her knowledge, although she apparently counted on this happening and refuses to tell them anything.
- Artificial Limbs: Has a mechanical cast over her right arm which is capable of shooting out wires. "Home Sweet Moon" reveals that it's actually Arianensa, the pact weapon from the beginning of "Right Behind You". Isaac's Fate Episodes also reveal she has an artificial stomach made from alchemy which allowed her to digest glass, as well as keeping her slightly alive after her death so that the Otherworlders couldn't take her knowledge.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: On the surface she looks friendly and harmless, but she's quick to show off her cunning and ruthlessness whenever necessary. This is established very clearly when she tells comes to Isaac crying about her dead pet and telling him a sob story about it, before revealing that she had treated him to a meal made of said pet, which was an Otherworlder to boot.
- Bizarre Taste in Food: She typically eats glass, which she can easily chew without hurting her mouth. The moondwellers do eat glass to maintain silica levels, but Grace doesn't have that justification for her health, meaning she's literally eating glass just because her ancestors did, even having replaced her stomach with an artificial one made of alchemy for this purpose.
- Catchphrase: "For the sake of peace" as she believes in the Foe's ideology of doing as many extreme measures as possible will be justified if the world turns out peaceful afterwards.
- The Chessmaster: She plays some impressive chess throughout "Spaghetti Syndrome" and "Home Sweet Moon", ensuring that Cassius will try to get his staff fixed, as well as feeding Isaac the flesh of an Otherworldly Being so that the Otherworld signature he gives off would mask the chaos matter scalpel that she gave him. And that's not even getting into her Thanatos Gambit in "Home Sweet Moon".
- Crazy-Prepared: Was apparently aware that dying would result in the Otherworlders learning everything she knew, and as a result replaced her stomach with an artificial one that would keep functioning after she died, keeping her slightly alive and preventing the Otherworlders from doing as they pleased with her.
- Dissonant Serenity: Carries herself in a calm and gentle manner even in the midst of decimating her enemies.
- Early-Bird Cameo: She first appeared in Halloween Zeta and Vaseraga's Fate Episode, which turned out to serve as a prologue to "Spaghetti Syndrome".
- Enemy Mine: Ilsa temporarily sides with her in order to try and break Cassius out of custody.
- Fighting Fingerprint: When Gwynne trained with Rhens, he and his master Yodarha are able to tell that her fighting style is based on Yodarha's teachings, leading them to figure out Grace was responsible for training her.
- Handicapped Badass: She was crippled years ago by Yodarha but that doesn't prevent her from still being able to easily outmaneuver several characters throughout her appearances.
- Kill 'Em All: In "Home Sweet Moon", she cuts down some Otherworld creatures that attempt to get the drop on her... which then evolves into her just killing everyone around her indiscriminately until the Society catches up to her.
- Mundane Utility: Isaac's Fate Episodes reveal that her alchemy-made artifical stomach, which is what keeps her slightly alive and is crucial to preventing the Otherworlders dissecting her for her knowledge, was also what helped her digest all the glass she ate.
- Meaningful Name: Well, she is graceful...
- Only Mostly Dead: While mortally wounded by Rhens in the first part of "Home Sweet Moon" and then killed by a falling tree and subsequent fire, she had modified her body with an alchemy-made prosthetic stomach which allowed her to digest the glass she would eat. Because the organ is still functioning and alive, as well as being considered hers and said to house a part of her soul, she isn't completely dead and is able to maintain her sense of self after dying and being sent to the Otherworld, allowing her to resist the Otherworlders' attempts to dissect her being to learn everything she knows.
- Out-of-Character Alert: Despite seemingly dying earlier, Grace appears before the crew with Pyet-A's core, stating she wants revenge on the moondwellers. Rhens picks up on this immediately, noting that Grace always said her goal was world peace — sure enough, it turns out to be an Otherworldly being impersonating Grace.
- Pet the Dog: Despite being utterly monstrous, her relationship with Gwynne, while probably somewhat motivated by her fight against the Moon, was nothing but positive, having taught her how to use a sword based on Yodarha's teachings as well as leading her to join the Society by telling her she could find her long lost brother Isaac. Gwynne herself is completely unaware of her true nature until she shows her true colors and dies at the party's hands. She's also quite fond of Isaac, even if she does feed him an Otherworlder and he generally wants little to do with her.
- A Pupil of Mine Until He Turned to Evil: She was once Yodarha's greatest disciple but used the skills she learned for murder. Her master ultimately chose to spare her, an act that he's regretted ever since.
- Soft-Spoken Sadist: She never raises her voice, even when indiscriminately slaughtering innocents around her and fighting against her enemies.
- Sympathy for the Devil: Despite both of them knowing full well what a monster she is, both Isaac and Gwynne can't help but feel some sadness over her death due to their close relationships with her, with Isaac setting out to find her body in his Fate Episodes so the two could bury her remains and pay their respects, and also holding onto her artificial stomach for safekeeping. He's also genuinely enraged by an Otherworlder that takes her form in front of him and says she's being tortured, unflinchingly burning its face off for the act.
- Razor Floss: Her Weapon of Choice, which shoot out of a gauntlet beneath her cast. It's actually the core of the automagod Arianensa.
- Sheathe Your Sword: In the event battle against her, using Lyria's powers will make her decide that friendship with her won't be possible and lead to an inescapable Total Party Kill.
- Take Up My Sword: Her last act after being mortally wounded by the party and before being crushed beneath a burning tree is to pass on her gauntlet to Rhens, which is the core needed for Arianensa to function.
- Thanatos Gambit: The only way the Otherworlders would have been able to impersonate Grace and known to hand off the required Pyet-A's core was if she had died, which Gwynne is quick to realize. She had even bothered to think ahead and replace her stomach with an artificial one, which remains alive and functioning after she has died and is the reason why she's Only Mostly Dead in the Otherworld.
- Torture Technician: Prior to the events of "Spaghetti Syndrome", she had trapped and tortured an Otherworlder by repeatedly cutting it open with a scalpel, to the point where it actually cracked and told her about the Otherworld-related events of the Feendrache events. Said scalpel was also left permanently tainted by chaos matter, which unfailingly causes moondweller technology to malfunction, a quality that makes it indispensable in the epilogue of "Spaghetti Syndrome" and throughout "Home Sweet Moon".
- The Unfettered: Grace claims everything she does as steps towards world peace or ensuring the greatest number of skydweller lives are saved. It doesn't matter to her that she randomly kills a child's parents in front of him, because if that child becomes strong by pursuing revenge against her, that's just another way for skydwellers to advance in the grand fight against the Moon.
- Villains Do The Dirty Work: She kills several civilians, revealing some to be Otherworldly Beings in disguise.
- Villain Respect: She is very much proud of the party in "Home Sweet Moon" for working together to mortally wound her, as it proves to her that theh sky is capable of banding together to combat the threat from the Moon.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Her actions are clearly villainous, but her plans turn out to be absolutely crucial for the success of the rescue mission in "Home Sweet Moon", in more ways than one.
- 13 Is Unlucky: They created thirteen Automagods, which are their primary weapons of mass destruction. Heisenberg believes that the only reason they stopped at thirteen was because their thirteenth Automagod was powerful enough to render all other weapons inefficient with creation. This guess is confirmed by Diaspora's existence and subsequent attempt at world annihilation.
- Cryptic Background Reference:
- Something went down between them and the Astrals but it's only referred to obliquely. Beelzebub disdains their weapons as mere toys in Versus when fighting Zeta and Vaseraga, Olivia lists Automagods as a dislike in her profile, and Sariel is mentioned as one of the top fighters who fought in their conflict.
- They also came into conflict with the Otherworldly Beings as one laments in Grand Jeanne's second Fate Episode that the Automagods were one of their first enemies, followed by the "hooded bastard" (likely to be Beelzebub) and Jeanne d'Arc. "Home Sweet Moon" reinforces this as they claim to be seeking revenge on the moondwellers for their crimes.
- Cyborg: They are organic beings with machine parts integrated into their body, granting them the necessary constitution to survive the harsh nature of the Moon, ability to consume even glass for nutrition and even extend their lifespan far beyond natural limits.
- Mystical White Hair: Anyone related to them has very pale platinum blonde hair or silvery hair to denote that status. The only exception is Yatima.
- Really 700 Years Old: They have a machine that allows them to continually exist by extending their life whenever used.
- Precursors: Their civilization rivals the Astrals in age, though the only traces of their presence are the various weapons appropriated by the Society and their base on the island of Moon Silver.
- Sdrawkcab Speech: Their speech is rendered as rearranged Japanese/English, though the actual sound is merely the screeching of machines.
- Time Abyss: Thanks to their cyborg natures, they see fifty years not as possibly half of one's lifespan, but a blink of an eye.
- Vast Bureaucracy: Because of their absurdly vast lifespans, they tend to have a ton of red tape to get through and take their sweet time with getting most actions done. Even with the destruction of Diaspora, they've planned to only approve Yatima's selection for Omega-3 400 years in the future and queued their next attempt at invasion of the Sky World to happen 600 years in the future.
- Weak to Magic: Their technology is prone to malfunction when it gets anywhere near chaos matter.
- Whole Plot Reference: They end up being one to The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter, as the emotionless Lunarians who forcibly take back one of their own who was living in the mortal world.
Dex Krak, Juana Stone, and Ellis Stamp
Voiced by: Kenji Nomura (Dex), Ayana Taketatsu (Juana), Kōki Uchiyama (Ellis)
Three moondwellers who make up the lunar Quarantine Unit, and are regarded as some of the moon's greatest warriors. They make their first appearance at the end of "Spaghetti Syndrome".
- Affably Evil: While the same can't be said of Juana and Ellis, Dex is persistently polite, even to his enemies, and will at worst engage in minor Trash Talk in the middle of battle.
- BFG: Though he seems to prefer close quarters combat, Dex carries a revolver that's as big as he is tall.
- Bio-Augmentation: All three of them have had their bodies modified in some way.
- Blood Knight: Dex, as he finds great fulfilment in fighting a Worthy Opponent in Vaseraga, and only gets more psyched up after beginning to disintegrate.
- Blue-and-Orange Morality: Their general detachment, biological modifications, and the culture of the moon means they have some incredibly weird outlooks by our standards.
- Cannibalism Superpower: Juana's consumption of everything has a practical purpose, she can replicate the traits of anything she eats, like the Automagod armor of Arianensa.
- Dissonant Laughter: Dex is happy to laugh in the middle of brawling with the party in the fourth part of "Home Sweet Moon", even when he's in the process of disintegrating.
- Extreme Omnivore: Juana has a modified digestive tract that allows her to eat anything. When Isaac's rocket is discovered by the Omega-3, the others have to talk her down from eating the rocket with Isaac and Cassius still inside.
- Feel No Pain: Dex's body mods give him a constant adrenaline high, allowing him to continue fighting for years on end.
- Go Out with a Smile: Dex does this as he disintegrates from the effect of Heisenberg's weapon, acknowledging Vaseraga as a Worthy Opponent before he disappears.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: All three of them.
- Ellis' connection to the Moon's mainframe, which lets him predict the party's attacks, ends up being his undoing when Isaac hacks it with his chaos matter scalpel, which floods his mind with its noise and completely incapacitates him. Depending on the dialogue option taken after the battle, he can either jump into the recycler due to still being affected, or regain his faculties and attempt to blast the Captain and Isaac, which only blows him through the floor and into the recycler anyway.
- Juana, due to being connected to Ellis for the battle, also has her senses hindered when the scalpel screws with him, which allows Gwynne to beat the tar out of her and kill her.
- Dex's adrenaline ampoules are theorized by Vaseraga to be the reason why getting electrocuted by Eustace doesn't stop Dex from disintegrating while he gets saved.
- Implacable Man: Dex, through and through. Vaseraga grappling with him doesn't even slow him down, and even after he resonates with Grynoth and sprouts Combat Tentacles to hold him down Dex is still able to advance. Even being in the process of disintegrating isn't enough to make him quit fighting.
- Last Episode, New Character: They don't appear until the ending of the event they debut in, and they go unnamed until The Stinger.
- Major Injury Underreaction: Ellis and Juana react to having a ruptured lung and major brain injury respectively with barely any surprise as they keep pursuing their goals despite the damage taken by their bodies.
- Meaningful Name: The body modifications the trio have are derived from the effects of the drugs they are named after.
- Juana Stone is named after Marijuana, which causes hunger.
- Ellis Stamp is named after LSD, which is hallucinogenic.
- Dex Krak is named after, well, crack, which energizes the user, as well as dextroamphetamine.
- Not Quite Dead: Though all three of them are killed in action, Central Axis is able to restore their bodies from backed-up memories, something Raybury estimates will take 600 years.
- Punny Name:
- Ellis' name is just the LSD part of LSD transliterated into a name.
- In addition to Juana's first name referencing marijuana, getting stoned is another term for getting high off of drugs like it.
- Seers: Ellis, in his own words, can see the world in four dimensions. He notices something "psychedelic" coming from Raybury, which clues him in to Raybury's original identity.
- Theme Naming: They have drug-related names.
- Time Master: Ellis' power to see time's axis allows him to also manipulate that plane for his own purposes, as seen when he manages to hack the past in order to bypass the Society cutting off links with Automagods.
- Two Guys and a Girl: Dex and Ellis are the guys, Juana is the girl.
- What Is This Feeling?: Dex is fascinated by Isaac as whenever he's around the latter, Dex doesn't feel the constant adrenaline pumping through his veins and the urge to crush something, said lack of these feelings being replaced with an indescribable calm is what leads him to constantly try to appeal to Central Axis for Isaac.
- Worthy Opponent: Dex commends Vaseraga as this during and after their fight.
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.
Voiced by: Noriaki Sugiyama
- Final Boss: Of "Reflections for a White Clover".
- Long-Haired Pretty Boy: His hair is silky, long and black.
- 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...
- Come, face the true dragon's judgment!
A golden dragon who awakens and notices a disturbance in the force caused by the Captain's Singularity status. He attacks them to deal with this error.
- Monster Progenitor: Claims to be the father of all dragons found in the Sky.
- Shock and Awe: He attacks by breathing thunderbolts. His Overdrive state is to glow and electricity is all around him.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Wants to kill the Captain due to their status as "the singular pigment" screwing up the natural order, before worse comes after them. He even apologizes when he's beaten as that his defeat causes the other six dragons to awaken and deal with them.
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Galleon the earth dragon is massive. He doesn't attack you with breath attacks, but with both his massive limbs and by flinging islands with said limbs. Also in play with the other dragons as well, such as Ewiyar and Wamdus, as both are shown destroying skyships with their limbs.
- Beak Attack: Ewiyar uses his beak for some of his special attacks. The special weapon drop from his raid version is also called "Ewiyar's Beak".
- Deader Than Dead: Fediel's "Soul Breaker" special attack deals plain damage equal to 100% HP of the unlucky target, and as the cherry on top, she also inflicts the Death Ineluctable debuff onto the target to prevent revival of the fallen party member. Thankfully, she only uses this attack once per battle.
- Dracolich: Fediel is a massive corpse dragon, complete with spewing miasma to safeguard herself.
- Dragons Are Demonic: Wilnas sure gives the impression.
- Dragons Are Divine: Lu Woh is modelled after divine Eastern dragons.
- Feathered Dragons: Ewiyar is a dragon with avian features.
- Field Power Effect: Lu Woh and Fediel have special field effect in their battle in which they heal (Lu Woh)/deal (Fediel) damage to all the combatants including themselves each turn.
- Kraken and Leviathan: Wamdus has a definite sea monster theme going, as shown when it appears with its dragon tentacles wrapped around skyships.
- The Smurfette Principle: Fediel is the sole female among the six dragons.
- The Unintelligible: All dragons speak with broken, bizarre chanting. Fans have decoded it, as they're simply speaking Japanese with every word spoken backwards.
- Third-Person Person: Galleon speaks like this.
- Total Party Kill: If Lu Woh managed to prepare his "Flashpoint Trajectory" attack, better pray you get a Delay ready or you can say goodbye to everyone in your party.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Just like Lindwurm, they all seek to kill the Captain because they're the Singular Pigment. Unlike Lindwurm however, they don't care how much destruction is caused in order to achieve it, as shown with Galleon throwing islands at you.