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Below is the list of characters appearing in the original roleplay Lascantia Of The Horizon so far. Under construction.

A note for players who double as editors of this page: for now, the characters are categorized based on the location of their first appearance, rather than their hometown or affiliation.

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    Wildefarea Queendom 

Alexandra "Sandra" Erener

Fermin Ortiz

Lucas Atticus Sage

Seiyuu: Koji Yusa

Lascantia Academy tropes:

  • Brilliant, but Lazy: Lucas would've had better reputation as a chemistry teacher if it wasn't for the fact that he dumps his grading work to Diara, who naturally grades the students' works as it wants. Specifically, the ones guaranteed to gain good scores are attractive and well-endowed female students. And Sakuya.

Alessa Leier

  • Badass Adorable
    • Heartbroken Badass: Having her brother went missing only strengthened Alessa's resolve to become stronger so she can travel and find him herself someday.
  • Battle Couple: With Dietrich.
  • Boring, but Practical/Weak, but Skilled: Both of Alessa's physical skills deal only a small amount of damage, but they decrease her targets' defense without fail and have fairly high chance to cause stun or dizzy. Considering her partner is one of the primary damage dealers, well...
  • Braids of Action: Dons a huge, loose braid when wearing her travel gear.
  • City Guards: Her duty when she is not tending her family's flower shop or taking care of her mother. She mostly acts as support, though.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Alessa and her brother Brennan were ambushed by a Black Calamity that appeared near Roseavall seven years before the story. While she survived thanks to Dietrich's interference, her brother mysteriously disappeared during the attack, traumatizing her and causing their mother to fall ill from shock.
  • Disappeared Dad: Her father deceased roughly two years before her brother disappeared.
  • Everyone Can See It: It is clear to everyone around her and Dietrich that the two want to push their relationship further.
  • Green Thumb: She is talented in tree magic, all of which are quite powerful. However, as explained in the second sub-entry...
  • He Is Not My Boyfriend: She'll get flustered at the slightest implication of Dietrich and her being together and will immediately correct the person that they are "simply" close friends.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: Borderline case with Dietrich since Alessa isn't exactly small. They technically fit better into One Head Taller category, but Dietrich's build and broad shoulders make him look quite big compared to her.
  • The Medic: To elaborate, a single-target fully-healing spell, another that heals certain amount of HP and heals Standard Status Effects within medium range, and another that heals along with reviving downed allies within great range. Her Lv2 SLB completely restores all allies and if lucky enough, raises all stats by 20% for certain amount of time.
  • Nice Girl: Her internal issues aside, she is genuinely a kind person who is always willing to help.
  • Petal Power: The aptly-named Lv3 spell, Petal Storm.
  • Power at a Price: Due to her traumatic experience during the Black Calamity incident years ago, said spells become rather harmful for her every time she tries to use them. In gameplay terms, she'll receive a small amount of damage every time the spells successfully hit enemies.
  • Precision-Guided Boomerang: Her chakrams always manage to return to her in perfect trajectory.

Lascantia Academy tropes:

Dietrich Alberg

  • The Ace: He was one of the top graduates of Falanor Knight Academy, and even after his premature retirement, he is still able to prove that said position is well-deserved.
  • Artificial Limbs: His prosthetic left arm. Dietrich seems to have fully mastered its usage to the point of using it as a weapon that can cause One-Hit KO.
  • Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: Despite his constant exasperation at Julrich', enthusiastic attempts to get him and Alessa together, Dietrich looks up to his brother and genuinely appreciates the support given to their relationship.
  • Handicapped Badass: Due to losing his left arm in his final mission roughly three years before the story and had it replaced with an artificial one.
    • Retired Badass: He was a knight, but had to quit due to the aforementioned injury. Even today, he still hasn't gotten back to his full potential.
  • Battle Couple: With Alessa.
  • BFS: While not to the point of being impossibly huge, Dietrich wields a sword resembling claymore in shape and length.
  • Big Brother Worship: Truly looks up to his eldest brother Julrich.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: Justified and downplayed. Being an ex-knight, Dietrich's conscience makes him unable to leave people in trouble, but he'll certainly cringe and complain along the way if he finds the situation he's dragged into is (for lack of better word) "stupid".
  • City Guards: His occupation after retiring from knighthood. Due to his experience, this makes him one of the more competent guards around and often acts as de facto leader for his comrades.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Sometimes. Mostly in his inner monologues, though.
  • Face Palm: His standard reaction to anything cringe-worthy around him, most notably when Marda questions where she is after buying flowers from Alessa's shop.
  • Fiery Redhead: Subverted, as he is one of the calmer characters around.
  • Fingerless Gloves: Only in his uninjured right hand, however.
  • Heroes Prefer Swords: Wields two-handed long sword.
  • Knight in Shining Armor: Certainly holds the value, although he is technically no longer a knight.
  • Massive Numbered Siblings: He has three elder brothers and two elder sisters, with Julrich being twelve years apart from him.
  • Non-Idle Rich/Royals Who Actually Do Something: Justified. Dietrich doesn't bear as much responsibility as his older siblings due to his parents paying more attention to them (and expecting more from them in return), so he has relatively greater freedom to do what he wants.
  • One Head Taller: Alessa is only about as tall as his jaw. Also borders on Huge Guy, Tiny Girl, as explained in Alessa's entry.
  • One-Hit KO: His Skull Crush skill has 20% chance to inflict this on most enemies, as long as they aren't major or plot-relevant bosses. Yes, that means if he's lucky enough, he can wipe the floor with Bosses in Mook Clothing.
  • Rescue Romance: He and Alessa first met when he saved her from a Black Calamity when he was still an apprentice knight, although the two only started befriending each other after he retired from knighthood and returned to Roseavall years later.
  • She Is Not My Girlfriend: See Alessa's entry.
  • Shipper on Deck: Has one in Julrich.
  • Team Dad: For his fellow city guards.
  • Through His Stomach: Dietrich is rarely able to resist Alessa's requests...and even more so once she mentions her homemade food, whether she realizes it or not.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: In a sense. He seems to prefer anything with sweet-and-sour sauce over others.
  • Unequal Pairing: With Alessa; at least, his father seems to think so. He seeks to change it as a result.

Lascantia Academy tropes:

  • Happily Married: With Alessa, though they're technically still engaged.
  • Megaton Punch: Gave one to Adrias after he went too far on joking what he and Alessa are going to do in one of their dates. Using his prosthetic left arm, no less.
  • Only Sane Man: In comparison to most of the teachers, especially Severine and Adrias.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Always tries his best to help his students, even glossing over some of their bizarre quirks (eg. Marda). At the same time, however, he has no qualms on cutting down their grades once they go too far.
  • Specs of Awesome
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: He's capable of witnessing the bizarre occurrences around him (eg. Medea and Severine's Cat Fight) with straight, unchanging face for the most part, even though he does have his limits.
    To be honest, he wouldn't be surprised if one of the [staff] room's desks ended up flying courtesy of this certain savage woman [Severine].

Felena Ravyn Stark

Seiyuu: Eri Kitamura

Esme Lee

Seiyuu: Miyu Irino

Lascantia Academy tropes:

  • Chew Toy: As if his general misfortune in the original verse is not enough, it is amped even further in this AU. For example, getting dragged by Severine for Noel's complaining of her unjustified on-the-spot test.

Marda Beaxio

Seiyuu: Rie Kugimiya

Rouen Stefano Trevori

    Juilesc Empire 

Severine Magnell

Lascantia Academy tropes:

  • Big Damn Heroes: Oswald arrived in time to stop her from lashing onto Esme even further, effectively toning down his (still-unjustified) punishment into grade reduction.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Due to her hair-trigger nature taken Up to Eleven.
  • Cat Fight: When she and Medea are in the same room, expect this to happen.
  • Sadist Teacher: Her fuse is even shorter than before, and as such, she has no qualms on throwing board markers and erasers on her students. And giving previously-unannounced tests.

Kriemhild Rosenfeld

Iona Renever

Seiyuu: Yui Makino

Aerienne Rowland

Lascantia Academy tropes:

Aerien Rowland

Seiyuu: Hiro Shimono

Charlotte Bûche

Seiyuu: Satomi Sato

Lascantia Academy tropes:

Noël Bûche

Lascantia Academy tropes:

Éclair Bûche

Wolfram Schultheiss

Seiyuu: Kazuya Nakai

Fuchs Schultheiss

  • The Ace: She is said to be an excellent student in her academy and is a skilled marksman herself.
  • Animal Motifs: Foxes.
  • The Archer: More like a mix between a Gunslinger and Archer, since she uses a gun-crossbow hybrid.
  • Automatic Crossbow: Her Weapon of Choice. The arrows can be reloaded once she’s done attacking.
  • Beauty Mark: Has one, below her lips.
  • Brother–Sister Team: With her brother, Wolfram.
  • Charged Attack: Similar to player’s gun and bow-based characters, she has a charged attack that allows her to buff up more damage.
  • Elemental Powers: Star Power (her attacks’ names are based on constellations) and Light 'em Up
  • Genki Girl: Quite of an example. She’s pretty much optimistic and upbeat for most of the time.
  • Go-Getter Girl: Fuchs can be considered as one, since she’s actively partaking in most of academic events. She is also seem to be rather popular too.
  • Hot-Blooded: Not as much as her older brother and it seems like Wolfram influences her a bit.
  • Multishot: Like Kiku, another character of the player’s who’s also an archer, Fuchs can shoot multiple arrows at once with a proper timing.
  • Plucky Girl: Aforementioned in the Genki Girl part, she is optimistic and much like her brother, is rather hard to be taken down.
  • Statuesque Stunner: Stands at 172 centimeters and she’s also considered as attractive by many.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: While still quite feminine in personality, Fuchs is not exactly considered as boyish, but her manners are quite spunky and hobbies are considered as more tomboy than feminine.

Raizel von Edelstein

Seiyuu: Rie Tanaka

    Province of Ezewild/Amnaresta Kingdom 

Matraya "Maya" Ratree Vishnavatu

Seiyuu: Marina Inoue

  • A-Cup Angst: Well, she is not exactly that flatchested, but when compared to the busty human form of Neela, she has the right to feel that way. To make it worse, Ardha often rubs the unfortunate fact on her face.
  • Action Girl
  • Big Eater: She easily gets hungry at times, especially after a long period of training and then spends her time to eat, big time.
  • Braids of Action: The single braid variant.
  • The Chief's Daughter: She is the eldest daughter of the current chief guardian and is currently in-training to be the successor of her father's position.
  • Determinator / Plucky Girl
  • Elemental Powers: Blow You Away and Poisonous Person.
  • Everything Is Better With Monkeys: She has a Non-Human Sidekick magical talking pet monkey called Ardha. He has the ability to shapeshift himself into a human form and his ultimate form is a huge gorilla-like monster. Also, it is implied that he's actually much older than he looks.
  • Fearless Fool: Eventually, her dad and Ardha had to beat it out of her.
  • Flechette Storm: Her technique, Nagapasha is all about sending her poisonous darts to the enemies.
  • Fragile Speedster: Very quick, but her health bar is rather low. Her Limit Break turns her into a temporary Lightning Bruiser.
  • Hot-Blooded: She is very passionate in her training as the next chief of Svargiya Mandira's tomb guardian.
  • Idiot Heroine: A female example. She’s definitely not an idiot per se. She’s just too hotblooded, reckless, and naive, and it often leads her into making poor decisions.
  • Killer Yoyo: Her Weapon of Choice.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Her tendency to act impulsive often leads her into making poor decisions during battle and her father or Ardha had to snap her out of it at some point.
  • She-Fu: Her moves includes some backflips, cartwheels, and overall, very acrobatic.
  • She's Got Legs: Particularly emphasized by her shorts.
  • Skilled, but Naïve: Even though she has much potential and is very strong, she doesn’t have much experience with the outside world and tends to be rather impulsive while making decisions during battle.
  • Tattoo as Character Type: The Organizational and Cultural type. The tattoo was meant to associate her with her clan, the tomb guardian, and also to embrace her heritage.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: with her sidekick, Ardha. They constantly argue and tease each other, but they do also care for each other’s well-being. Ardha is also proved to be very loyal towards Maya and her family.



Alisha Padma

Seiyuu: Mai Nakahara


Ravi Shinavathra


    Chernelle Republic 

Adrias Azwell

  • Alliterative Name: Though Rudolf suspects his surname is a false one. He's not too far-off.
  • Bishounen
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Putting aside his antics, he's a decent fighter and caster, as well as seemingly knowledgeable about Black Calamity.
  • Berserk Button/Beware the Silly Ones: He is...not amused upon receiving the anonymous letter from Order of Codris ordering him to exterminate an upcoming Black Calamity in Yuria, his official retirement be damned. It is unknown what exactly the button is, though: the Order in general, his past, or the person who sent the letter.
  • Butt-Monkey: He is intended as Mel Fera's "punching bag" by his player. Just to name a few of his misfortune: getting regularly threatened to be thrown into jail for his "indecency", roughly dragged away by Rudolf once he goes too far with his antics, or getting frozen by Sakilia.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: Especially around Lisette. Or Rudolf, who very rarely takes it well.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass
  • Dark and Troubled Past: From what is available so far, he was part of Order of Codris' Sweeper Division (and apparently an excellent one) until he failed to exterminate a Black Calamity during his final mission, killing a girl of yet-known significance named Marion as a result.
  • Detect Evil: In a sense. He is capable of pinpointing location and exact number of Black Calamity and its fragments, courtesy of being a former member of Sweeper Division.
  • Dissonant Serenity/Tranquil Fury: In his Tale of Judgment poem spell, he's completely calm even when the thunders he summons fall right in front of him.
  • Emotional Powers: Supposedly, his poem magic derives from this instead of Magic Music kind like Iona.
  • Hammerspace: Averted. This is what basically prevents him from using Discordant Edge skill during the first battle in Yuria - he forgot to bring his guitar.
  • Handsome Lech: He'll flirt with anyone, men and women alike, if he finds them interesting.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners and Vitriolic Best Buds: With Rudolf.
  • Jack-of-All-Stats: He has overall balanced magic-oriented stat, apart from his relatively high DEX/low luck.
  • Large Ham: BIG TIME. He is generally agreed to be the hammiest among the cast so far.
  • Magic Music: Only for his Discordant Edge skill, while the rest fit something else.
  • Mysterious Past: Not even Rudolf knows what he did before coming to Yuria.
  • No Sense of Personal Space: The fact that he immediately grabbed Lisette's hand in one of his rehearsals says it all. Of course, he may have learned his lesson now that he knows Lisette is a sister-in-training...
  • Obfuscating Stupidity
  • Oh, Crap!: His reaction upon finding that Lisette is a sister of the church right after flirting with her. It doesn't seem to stop him from constantly flirting with her later, though.
  • Power Fist: His Weapon of Choice is a pair of brass knuckles. Except Rufus and Rudolf implied it's actually not.
  • Pretty Freeloaders: He stays in his friend Rudolf's place and likes to cause trouble for him.
  • Purple Prose: Notorious for this, although less so in his poem spells.
  • Sad Clown
  • Ship Tease: With Lisette.
  • Spoony Bard: Gives off this vibe.
  • Stepford Smiler
  • Wandering Minstrel
  • Willfully Weak: Implied by Rufus.

Lascantia Academy tropes:

  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Even more so, as Sakilia mentioned that the last time he got bored with the class along with the students, he invited them to play hide-and-seek.
  • The Gadfly: Possibly, considering he takes great delight in annoying Sakilia off.
  • Too Kinky to Torture: While his original counterpart has shades of this, this becomes more blatant in this alternate universe. He regularly gets thrown hard-cover book by Sakilia once he pisses her off and seems to enjoy it, only stopping for the rest of his students' well-being.

Rudolf Ashverge

Lisette Anaïs Bellerose

Seiyuu: Mamiko Noto

  • Actual Pacifist: Does not like hand-to-hand combat and basically any type of violence, but she will fight when it's needed.
  • All-Loving Heroine: Pretty much so.
  • Animal Motifs: Doves.
  • Beam Spam: One of her preferred methods of attacking. Utilized in one of her techniques, Fiat Lux.
  • Chaste Heroine: She never actually had an in-depth interaction with her opposite gender (since she is raised in a religious community and she is a sister-in-training) and will blush like mad upon the smallest physical contact.
  • Detect Evil: Somewhat. Like Adrias, she is capable of locating the fragments of Black Calamity, but it is most likely based on her mere intuition.
  • Elemental Powers: Light 'em Up
  • Everything's Better with Sparkles: Her attacks consist lots of sparkle effects... which can bedazzle her friend or foe alike.
  • Feminine Women Can Cook: She cooks for herself and the church's resident. She also buys the ingredients in local market on her spare time.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Proclaims herself as a "friend to all Holy Father's creations."
  • Genki Girl: It's very rare to see Lisette with a sad expression on her face.
  • Girlish Pigtails
  • Girly Run: Her usual running stance. To the point it made her knees look glued together.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Being blonde doesn't mean that she's dumb, she is an angel!
  • Holiday Volunteering: What she usually does during her day-offs.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes
  • Luminescent Blush: When Adrias was flirting with her, this happened. Actually quite a lot, especially when she's having a physical contact with the opposite gender or whenever someone is flirting with her.
  • Magical Girl: By just looking at her weapon, her attire and her techniques, you can safely assume that her character is based on this trope.
  • Named Weapons: Her baton, Soleil Radieux ("Radiant Sun").
  • Parental Abandonment: Implied. She has no known blood-related family. When she was a baby, a senior nun found her and raised her along with the father in the church.
  • The Power of the Sun: Her baton is shaped like a sun. One of her techniques can create an artificial sun and uses the solar energy to burn her enemies into crisp.
  • Purity Personified
  • Ship Tease: With Adrias.
  • Skip of Innocence: Sometimes she can be seen walking this way.
  • Squishy Wizard: Has a high magical attribute, but low physical attack stats.
  • White Magician Girl: She is a nun, after all. Since she has more supporting techniques more than attacking techniques, she can be considered as a White Mage too.
  • Wing Pull: One of her Soul Limit Break attack makes her sprout white wings on her back.

Sakilia Echofon

Seiyuu: Yōko Hikasa

  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: With Keille.
  • Butt-Monkey: While not as blatant as Esme, it is clear that the world of Mel Fera isn't exactly favoring her, as explained below.
  • Chronic Heroine Syndrome: She can't seem to leave people in trouble, even if said person is Adrias. She eventually shapes up to become a parodied version of this trope, as everyone basically dumps every mundane duty to her and she has no chance or heart to refuse...while all she wants to do is to go home.
  • Death Glare: Quite prone to this, and a chilly one too. Her glare literally makes her surroundings colder.
  • Elemental Powers: An Ice Person and Making a Splash.
  • Magic Music: Similar to Adrias using his guitar to use Discordant Edge, she uses her harp for her spells.
  • Never My Fault: Due to her ego, she occasionally descends into this, such as when she freezes Adrias for the second time by complete accident. To be fair, Keille can be blamed for that due to surprising her, but since she actually intended to freeze Adrias before backpedaling, well...
  • Nice Hat
  • Not So Above It All: Often tries to be the only sane woman around, but her train of thought often makes her no better than everyone else around her.
    Sakilia: (in regards to Sakuya) Why does he look better in those makeups than me?!
  • Hate at First Sight: To Adrias, and for understandable reason.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She is quite tall (170 cm, on par with Lisette), and definitely considered attractive by people around her.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality

Lascantia Academy tropes:

Keille Urdgard

  • The Napoleon: Keille by no means is short (181 cm), but apparently due to his comrades back in Wildefarea Knighthood are mostly taller than him, he develops a bit of height complex.
  • Older Than They Look: It'd be hard to believe that he's 27 years old due to his baby-face. His height (which is short by knight's standards) doesn't help.
  • Tsundere: Towards Sakilia.
  • Walking the Earth
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Effeminate men in his case, due to a knight with such appearance back in his days constantly messing with him. Played for Laughs.

Alfonso Lombardi

Vittoria Raïx

Rufus Beschett

Ferman Beschett


Seiyuu: Saori Goto

  • Little Miss Badass: Although not as strong as Ferman and Rufus, as a member of a mafia organization, she is this.

    Xavahnia Kingdom 

Zarfan Al-Jazari

Seiyuu: Akira Ishida


Seiyuu: Sayaka Ohara


Seiyuu: Mariya Ise

Farshid Al-Jazari


    Kuon Empire 

Fujiwara "Kiku" no Kikuhime

Fujiwara no Toranosuke

Fujiwara no Takamaru

Kagurazaki Sakuya

Kagurazaki Hotaru

Kagurazaki Kohaku

Kibitsumi Nagiya

Seiyuu: Jun Fukuyama

Yūkami Chisaki

Seiyuu: Miyu Matsuki

Kuzunoha Suigetsu

Yang Meili


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