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The Principality of Eylstadt
Voiced by: Toshiyuki Morikawa
He is Princess Finé's father who is currently suffering a currently unknown disease. He appears to know something about the legend of the White Witch.
- Adult Fear: He is clearly worried about Finé when there is no news about her whereabouts.
- All There in the Manual: He is not named within the series. His name is in the credits.
- Didn't See That Coming: He admits he did not expect Germania's tactics despite his best preparations.
- Died Happily Ever After: He dies knowing that his daughter is alive and his country might have a chance of surviving against the Germanian forces.
- Foreshadowing: His belief the White Witch wouldn't wish to help Eylstadt even if she came back foreshadows the darker true version of legend.
- Good Parents: While we never see him interact with his daughter on screen, he clearly was worried for her safety.
- Incurable Cough of Death: Suffers from this.
- King on His Deathbed: For the first few episodes. After he passes away, Finé takes on the role of Archduchess
- No Name Given: In the series, he is simply referred to by his title.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: Despite his condition, he is attempting to do what he can to protect his people.
- Second Episode Introduction: He is mentioned a few times in the first episode, but he doesn't make his debut until the second.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: He seems to succumb to his disease at the end of Episode 3.
Voiced by: Hiroki Takahashi (Japanese), Christopher Wehkamp (English)
Aide to the Archduke of Eylstadt. He has a great deal of interest in the legend of the White Witch.
- Apologetic Attacker: He apologizes to Jonas right before he executes him.
- Dark Is Evil: His dark appearance and Creepy Monotone are dead giveaways that he is going to be the most morally questionable character in the Eylstadt high command.
- Even Evil Has Standards: Unlike Berkman, he feels very guilty of executing his own soldier to protect Izetta's secret. In Episode 11, he is disgusted by Berkman's willingness to betray his own country and how he has no loyalty to it which causes him to punch Berkman.
- Foil: To Major Berkman. Both are questionable characters willing to "do what is needed" for their cause, including killing their own troops. However, Berkman does it easily, as a spot decision, without apparent regret, and actually smiling, while Sieg does it after reaching the conclusion that it needs to be done, makes a token effort to explain and justify his action to poor Jonas and apologizes to him, and is shown being troubled inside for his own action afterwards.
- Heroic Sacrifice: He dies while trying to buy Finé and Bianca time to get to the conference.
- Honest Advisor: Zig-zagged. While he does engage in morally questionable activities, he is loyal to the royal family and does give legitimate advice and strategy on what to do against the Germanians.
- Karmic Death: He is shot and killed by a Germanian who has an appearance similar to Jonas.
- Knight Templar: He states 'all is fair in war,' and he believes what he does is necessary to protect the country even if he has to do morally questionable things. Executing Jonas in order to protect Izetta's secret being among them.
- My God, What Have I Done?: Episode 8 indicates he shows regret for executing Jonas.
- Not So Different: Episode 6 makes it clear he has quite a bit in common with Berkman.
- Not So Similar: Episode 11 has Sieg tell Berkman that they have some differences
- Not So Stoic: While his stoicism has some cracks throughout the series following his execution of Jonas, Episode 11 has Seig's stoicism really crack between how he looks when he gives Izetta half the magic stone and his conversation with Berkman. Unlike Berkman, Sieg is loyal and devoted to his country while Berkman's only loyalty is to himself.
- Second Episode Introduction: He makes his debut in the second episode of the series during the conference with the Archduke.
- Silly Rabbit, Idealism Is for Kids!: He bluntly tells General Schneider and Elvira on separate occasions that winning a war is not simple.
- The Stoic: He does not appear to express a wide range of emotions based on his appearances so far.
- The Spymaster: In addition to being The Strategist, he's in charge of the intelligence activity in Eylstadt.
- The Strategist: The primary tactician in Eylstadt's war effort. He also planned out the operation to trick the Germanian forces into thinking they were attacked by Izetta in a region where she can't use her magic.
- Token Evil Teammate: He is more willing to engage in morally questionable acts than the rest of the cast in order to defend Eylstadt.
- Undying Loyalty: To the country and royal family of Eylstadt.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: He is willing to kill an Eylstadt soldier to prevent information leaks.
Voiced by: Aya Uchida (Japanese), Madeleine Morris (English)
Leader of the Imperial Guard and proud to be Princess Finé's bodyguard.
- Action Girl: Episode 8 makes it clear she is capable of fighting.
- Berserk Button: Do NOT badmouth Finé, Izetta, their friendship, and/or the White Witch legend their relationship is based upon, in front of her. Ever.
- Bodyguard Babes: The Imperial Guard she leads is largely, if not entirely composed of women.
- Bodyguard Crush: Downplayed, but she's bribed into helping teach Izetta to dance with the offer of also dancing with Finé.
- The Cameo: She has no lines during her first appearance.
- A Day in the Limelight: Episode 8 gives her more screentime than in previous episodes.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: She inadvertently makes it easier for Rickert to accomplish his task.
- Not So Different: She and Rickert both wish to serve their countries to the best of their abilities.
- Properly Paranoid: While she is wrong about Izetta, her suspicions of her are not without merit since she doesn't know her and didn't know much about her. It wasn't until Izetta tells Bianca her story that Bianca accepts her as an ally.
- Second Episode Introduction: She makes her debut in the second episode of the series during the conference with the Archduke.
- Ship Tease: She has a little bit with Rickert until she ends up needing to kill him for being a Germanian spy.
- Shipper on Deck: She becomes very enraged at the mere mention that the original White Witch and the Prince story, and for extension Izetta and Fine's, might have a Darker and Edgier version. Lotte even states it's because she is an In-Universe Fangirl of them.
- These Hands Have Killed: Her reaction seems be to an indication of this when she shoots Rickert.
- Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Despite her aloof personality, Lotte notes that she is quite the maiden at heart, especially shown in how much she loves the romantic fairy tale of the White Witch and the prince of Eylstadt.
Voiced by: Kōzō Shioya (Japanese), Jeremy Schwartz (English)
General of Eylstadt's army.
- Armchair Military: Being a General, he spends most of his time in the Royal Palace and is almost completely disconnected from how bad the situation actually is on the ground. Averted in Episode 5 where he takes to the front lines to oversee the battle at Veile Pass.
- The Idealist: Due to how disconnected he is from the reality of the war, he is overly optimistic of Eylstadt's chances of winning due to the Germanians tactics causing a rise in morale in the soldiers.
- Manly Tears: After the death of Archduke.
- Second Episode Introduction: He makes his debut in the second episode of the series during the meeting with the Archduke.
Voiced by: KENN (Japanese), Haulston Mann (English)
The leader of the Eylstadt's Stronghold garrison and considers Princess Finé to be their only hope.
- A Father to His Men: He lets one of his injured men ride on his horse.
- Big Damn Heroes: He and his men are able to save Izetta's life in Episode 10.
- Eye Scream: He has a bandage over his left eye in Episode 11, and it is still there in the finale.
- Nice Guy: He is very nice to Izetta and his men.
- Second Episode Introduction: He makes his debut in the second episode of the series when he crosses paths with Izetta and Princess Finé.
- Undying Loyalty: He assures Izetta that of his loyalty to the princess.
Voiced by: Nao Touyama (Japanese), Jill Harris (English)
The Palace maid and ordered by Princess Finé to be of service to Izetta.
- The Caretaker: At the end of the series, she is taking care of a crippled Izetta.
- Cute Clumsy Girl: She is depicted as such in the opening, and the fourth episode of the anime confirms it.
- No Sense of Personal Space: She doesn't seem too fazed when she proceeds to take the clothes off from a girl she doesen't even know.
- The Pollyanna: By Finé's encouragement, she keeps a sunny disposition even in harsh conditions.
- Token Mini-Moe: She's cheerful, clumsy and also really tiny, for extra cuteness points.
Voiced by: Kana Hanazawa (Japanese), Tia Ballard (English)
Princess Finé's personal tutor.
- Absolute Cleavage: Shown as she is introduced.
- Ambiguously Gay: She conveniently invokes the need to take measurements to help herself when she meets Izetta. And proceeds to do the same with Finé just after.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Gleefully gropes not just Izetta, but Finé, the future Archduchess. She gets away with it, though, because she really knows her stuff and because of the Rule of Funny.
- The Mentor: She is the Princess' head tutor. Add in Sexy Mentor due to the above.
Voiced by: Hiroyuki Endou (Japanese), JeanLuc Hester (English)A young soldier who witnesses Izetta's power at the Battle of Coenenberg.
- Boom, Headshot!: How Sieg executes Jonas.
- Character Death: Dies at the end of Episode 6.
- Exact Eavesdropping: He had the misfortune of overhearing a conversation between Sieg and General Schneider regarding Izetta's weakness.
- Fanboy: Becomes one for Izetta after seeing her in action.
- Fatal Family Photo: Subverted, He's seen looking at a picture of his family in his introductory episode, but survives the following battle thanks to Izetta's intervention. Double Subverted, when he drops his photo in a river and inadvertently overhears something he wasn't supposed to, ultimately costing him his life.
- He Knows Too Much: He is executed by Sieg because he knew Izetta's secret.
- Mauve Shirt: Died after three episodes of characterization.
Voiced by: Ryotaro Okiayu (Japanese), Ben Bryant (English)
He was one of Princess Fine's bodyguards. He was shot and killed by Germanian soldiers.
Voiced by: Junji Majima (Japanese), Kyle Phillips (English)
Tobias was one of Princess Finé's bodyguards. He was shot and killed by Berkman as he tried to help Princess Finé escape from a train.
- Famous Last Words: Asking Princess Finé to save their country.
- Instant Death Bullet: Averted. He is shot in the stomach by Berkman, and it takes a while before he finally succumbs to this wound when he and the others are unable to provide him with appropriate medical treatment.
- Shoo Out the Clowns: While he is serious about his job, he gives off the impression he is more happy-go-lucky than his companions based on his limited screen time. He is the first to go.
- Undying Loyalty: To Princess Finé and his country.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Dies at approximately the halfway point of the first episode.
Voiced by: Fumi Hirano (Japanese)
Izetta's grandmother who raised Izetta while traveling with her to various areas to avoid others from learning of Izetta's powers. She appears to know a great deal about the legend of the White Witch.
- Brutal Honesty: She tells Izetta that she is the last witch and she should never use her power because it'll only bring her misfortune.
- The Drifter: She and Izetta were drifters when Izetta was a child due to Izetta not being able to properly control her powers yet.
- Foreshadowing: Telling Izetta how her power will only bring her misfortune could mean more than simply how others will hate her for having powers. Additionally, warning Izetta the White Witch was considered a traitor could indicate there is something more to the legend of the White Witch than most know.
- No Name Given: Izetta's grandmother has yet to be named.
- Posthumous Character: While Izetta has not outright confirmed it, it is implied her grandmother is dead before the beginning of the series.
Voiced by: Mitsuaki Hoshino (Japanese), Cole Brown (episodes 1 and 5), David Wald (episode 7 onward) (English)
A representative of Britannia, whom Finé comes to Westria to negotiate with for the Allies' help.
- Everyone Has Standards: He is not pleased when he sees a Germanian soldier point a gun at Princess Finé's head, but he is powerless to do anything.
- False Friend: Subverted. Princess Finé originally suspects he might have set her up to be captured, but that is quickly disproven.
- Nice Guy: In Episode 7, he makes it clear he feels bad about what happened to Finé in the first episode, and was more than willing to help her and Izetta anyway he could.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: He was willing to meet with Princess Finé and did wish to help her, but the circumstances, especially Britannia's recent losses made it difficult to nearly impossible to provide any immediate help without anything that could convince parliament and the public.
Wing Commander Gromon
Voiced by: Tetsu Inada
He is the Wing Commander of the 633rd Flying Corps and aids Izetta during a mission against the Germanians.
- Big Damn Heroes: He was invaluable in saving Izetta when she was about to be overwhelmed by Germanian forces in Episode 7.
- Gunship Rescue: Oh boy, does he play this trope straight. In a Halifax bomber (a slow, unmaneuverable plane NOT meant to be used as gunship).
- Nice Guy: He is rather pleasant to everyone.
- Shipper on Deck: He appears to be one for Izetta and Finé.
- Shout-Out: To the 633 Squadron (both movie and book). He is NOT an Expy of the eponymous squadron commander, however.
United States of Atlanta
An ambassador representing Atlanta among the allies.
- Exact Words: Izetta's power did indeed convince him to get the president to send troops. Except that he sees Izetta as a potential threat, so they're coming to fight both Germania and Eylstadt.
- False Friend: Seems helpful, but in actuality he sees Izetta as a potential threat to the States and acts against her.
- Foreshadowing: There was quite a bit of focus on his reaction to Izetta's power in Episode 7 which led to his actions in Episode 8 to recommend eliminating Izetta as a threat to the United States of Atlanta.
- Small Role, Big Impact: He has only appeared in a handful of scenes, but in one of those scene he has managed to turn the ally Izetta and Finé were hoping to get into another enemy they'll have to contend with.
- Traitor Shot: After he delivers the news that he'd do what he could to persuade the president to send troops to fight the Germanians, he is the only one in the room to receive a closeup who isn't smiling.