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Langrisser Re:Incarnation Tensei is a reboot of the Langrisser series, introducing new characters in El Sallia.The characters are divided between 4 factions:

  • The Vigilantes, a small group of knights located in the city of Borcelaine and led by Ansel Balladur. Among them include Ares, the main protagonist of the game.
  • The Army of Light, a Church Militant group led by the witch Jessica and the Bishop Lugner Menteur. Their goal is to maintain peace in the continent by fighting the Empire and the Army of Darkness. They express interest in the holy sword Langrisser, wielded by Ares.
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  • The Gresden Empire, a massive country led by the Emperor Autokrato IV and Prime Minister Florentia Justice. They want to accomplish the "Elysium Project" in response to the massive ocean rise in the beginning of the game, and began to invade several countries for that goal.
  • The Army of Darkness, who regroups the outcasts and non-humans who were rejected by the society. Their leader is the Demon King Boser, and their objective is shrouded in mystery.

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    Vigilantes 

General Tropes

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Tropes relating to the Vigilantes.

Ares Lovina

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A Fated Bloodline
Voiced by: Shuta Morishima
The main protagonist of the story. While trying to save his life after his hometown gets destroyed, he come across a mysterious sword hidden in a altar. He later learns of its true nature: The holy sword Langrisser, only wielded by the Descendants of Light. He then starts a journey to find them, hoping to learn about the whereabouts of his disappeared sister Licorice.

  • Anti-Hero: The Empire Route as a whole paints him as this towards the Army of Light.
  • Anti-Villain: In the Dark Route.
  • Badass Cape: A red one.
  • Bi the Way: He can have a relationship with any of the male characters.
  • The Chosen One: According to the Army of Light because Langrisser chose him, which is rather ironic since he's a descendant of Boser.
  • The Hero
  • Hero with Bad Publicity: Become this in the Empire Route.
  • Heroic Albino
  • Humble Hero: Even though he was chosen by Langrisser, he doesn't like to brag about it and thinks of it as a useful weapon.
  • Take a Third Option: At the end of the Light Route, when he is presented with the Sadistic Choice of letting his sister -and Boser- live, or killing her -thus sealing him- to end his legacy. He instead uses Langrisser to seal half of Boser's stigma between himself and his sister to prevent his awakening, since as her brother, he's also a descendant of Boser too.
    • He can refuse to pick a side for his sister's sake, leading into the Independence Route.

Elma Minster

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Compassionate Woman of Faith
Voiced by: Sumire Uesaka
A young priestess working for the Vigilantes and the main healer of the team.

Towa

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Legendary Wandering Strategist
Voiced by: Miyuki Sawashiro
A skilled strategist who acted as Ares' mentor during his training days in the Vigilantes. Before joining them, she was a wandering strategist who offered her services in several wars.

  • Amnesiac Hero: She lost her childhood memories.
  • Continuity Nod: In one of her conversations with Ares, she told the story of a war which was started because a man saved a priestess, not unlike the beginning of Der Langrisser.
  • Cynical Mentor: Downplayed. She is sometimes cold when it comes to war and tactics, but shows a warmer side to her companions.
  • Emotionless Girl: Some characters view her as this. Controlling her emotions helps her to have a better grasp of the battlefield.
  • Mentor Archetype
  • Mentor Ship: She can enter a relationship with her protégé Ares.
  • Parental Abandonment
  • Raised by Wolves: She was abandoned on an island, and was also raised by a dragon.

Maiya Kravtsov

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Lovina Family Servant
Voiced by: Yumi Uchiyama
A maid who serves the Lovina family. She is quite knowledgeable in many different areas, such as magic, military, and political affairs; because of this, she has also acted as a teacher for Ares.

Ansel Balladur

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Leader of the Vigilantes
Voiced by: Junji Majima
A young man who serves as the head of the local militia which guards the Seaside City, Borcelaine.
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    Army of Light 

General Tropes

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Tropes relating to the Army of Light.
  • Church Militant: Their army rivals the Empire's in terms of raw power.
  • Enemy Mine: With the Army of Darkness in the Independance Route, working together to save the war refugees.
  • Fantastic Racism: Their main attitude towards the Army of Darkness. Downplayed in the Independance Route.
  • Knight Templar: Show shades of this towards the other factions, even labeling Ares as a heretic when he joins the Empire, regardless of his motives.
  • Light Is Not Good: Later chapters shows they can be as cruel as their enemies, as pointed out by Lucretia of all people.
  • Mission from God: They fight in the name of their goddess Lushiris.
  • Saintly Church: Present themselves as this.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Their goal to maintain peace requires them to destroy any threat to the country, in this case the Empire and later the Army of Darkness.

Jessica

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Priestess of Lushiris
Voiced by: Aoi Yuuki
Lushiris' avatar. See the main index for more information.

Lugner Menteur

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Archbishop of Lushiris
Voiced by: Ei Mochizuki
An important bishop within the Church of Lushiris.

Rozalia Orsini

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Voiced by: Yuka Iguchi

Julian Calzas

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Voiced by: Mutsumi Tamura

Odilon Fedelta

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Voiced by: Joji Nakata

Suzette Blaze

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Voiced by: Nozomi Nishida

Mariel Salrath

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Voiced by: Ayano Yamamoto

Noemi Verlaine

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Voiced by: Rie Murakawa

Michel Gui

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Voiced by: Mikoi Sasaki

    Gresden Empire 

General Tropes

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Tropes relating to the Gresden Empire.
  • Anti-Villain: The Project Elysium requires them to gather any resources as they can to save their own people with the Ark, at the expense of the others.
  • The Empire: Big time. Autokrato IV's very first order in the game is to destroy the homeland of Ares to begin the invasion of the country. However, it becomes less tyrannical after Prime Minister Flore's faction comes in to power.
  • My Country, Right or Wrong: Several members of the Empire don't want to follow the orders of the Emperor. They execute them anyway since they don't have much of a choice, for the sake of the Elysium Project. Possibly subverted should Ares choose to join the Prime Minister Flore, giving them an opportunity to dethrone the Emperor and completing the project with the help of Langrisser.
  • The Needs of the Many: In all routes but the Empire's, since they don't have the power of Langrisser to help them.
  • Ominous Floating Castle: The Floating City Esperanza act as their capital city, and the Ark as their headquarters.
  • Steam Punk: The only faction who uses vehicles, flying machines and guns in the war.
  • Wave Motion Gun: The Railway Gun Gaeser, though it was intended as a deterrent weapon. The Emperor said otherwise.
  • Would Not Shoot a Civilian: Played straight in the Empire's route, subverted in the others.

Florentia "Flore" Justice

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Imperial Prime Minister
Voiced by: Mariko Honda

  • Internal Reformist: The faction led by Prime Minister Flore wants to reform the Empire from the inside, with the help of Ares in the Empire Route. They eventually take the reins after the Emperor's death, and put a more benevolent one in its place.

Hilda Justice

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Voiced by: Kazusa Aranami

Tsubame Deura

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Voiced by: Nao Tamura

Werner Dime

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Voiced by: Kaito Ishikawa

Joa Uytten

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Voiced by: Yuichi Iguchi

Constanta "Conny" Earhart

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Voiced by: Sora Tokui

Christine "Chris" von Prinz Flanders Poeotia

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Voiced by: Harumi Sakurai

Lucretia Oriflame

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The Witch who Wants the World to Burn
Voiced by: Misato Fukuen

Autokrato IV

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Emperor of Gresden Empire
Voiced by: Kazuyuki Okitsu
The mysterious masked emperor of the Gresden Empire, a cold tyrant who opposes Ares. He ascended the throne after acquiring Alhazard and used it to make the Empire more technologically advanced.

  • NPC: Autokrato is never playable, regardless of the route Ares chooses.

    Army of Darkness 

General Tropes

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Tropes relating to the Army of Darkness.
  • Ambiguously Evil: Barring the Army of Light, they don't actively harm people and most of their battles are in self-defense.
  • Cool Horse: They have wyverns and zombie horses as mounts.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: With the exception of Andre and Boser, all of their members are decent people who cares for each other.
  • Five-Token Band: Every member come from a different species.
  • Hidden Agenda Villain: In the Light and Empire Route, their motives are unknown. When Rozalia accused them of wanting to destroy the world, the very idea made them laugh.
  • Not Evil, Just Misunderstood: Since most of them are not humans, the Army of Light views them as a threat since they are affiliated with Boser.

Licorice "Lico" Lovina / Boser

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Princess of Darkness
Voiced by: Nao Touyama
Ares' sister, who disappeared during his childhood. She bears the mark of Böser, and while she is often polite and shy, when Böser takes over her she becomes blood-thirsty.

  • Demonic Possession: Rather than completely turning into Bozer, it manifests as a split personality.

Patsyr

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Demon
Voiced by: Chiaki Takahashi

Renata "Rena" Mithrais Dragonia

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Dragonmaster
Voiced by: Minami Takahashi
The last surviving member of the Tribe of Dragonmasters.

Gustaf

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Voiced by: Shintaro Asanuma

Polyal Itelime

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Voiced by: Misaki Kuno

Rona Itelime

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Voiced by: Ai Kayano

Andre Kertesz

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Chaotic Painter
Voiced by: Junichi Yanagita

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