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    Kentas 

Kentas

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A Werewolf who is often seen alongside the 5th Elder, Lunark. Holding onto the old Werewolf honor traditions, Kentas is one of the few Werewolves who hasn't accepted the new power done from experiments on their own people. The denial of such power has left him at odds with the rest of the Werewolves who are loyal to Maduke.


  • The Brute: While Lunark can occasionally act diplomatic, Kentas is more eager to just fight. However, he is not above bargaining if the situation is reasonable.
  • Defector from Decadence: He begins questioning Maduke's rule as the current werewolves seem to have abandoned what honor codes they used to have in the past, not to mention how Maduke is perfectly fine with experimenting on his own kind for power.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He at least cares about Lunark's well-being. As his dissent with Maduke becomes more obvious, he takes steps to make sure Maduke doesn't brand her a traitor as well in case Maduke apprehends him for treason.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: He still adheres to the old honor codes of werewolves, and is very unhappy when the newer werewolves, including Maduke, begins pursuing power for power's sake.
  • Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!: Punches Juraki, who was going through a Heroic BSoD after learning the truth about Maduke.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Kentas was already on the verge of switching after he begins to form a friendship with M-21. However, discovering the experiments that Maduke and Ignes were performing upon their own people, which resulted in the deaths of many Werewolves, was enough for Kentas to realize that Maduke and those loyal to him are the true enemy.
  • He Knows Too Much: His sniffing around a hidden laboratory where he found several werewolves being experimented on gets him on Maduke's hitlist, and the latter brands him traitor as a result.
  • Fantastic Racism: Is not fond of modified humans, and pretty much goes berserk upon seeing M-21, an artificial werewolf. However, he has mellowed a little ever since.

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Assassination Duo

    Grui 

Grui

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A modified Werewolf sent by Maduke to assassinate Muzaka.


    Gaitan 

Gaitan

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A modified Werewolf sent by Maduke to assassinate Muzaka.


Lukedonia Invasion Team

    Drakon 

Drakon

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One of three modified Werewolves alongside Kuharu, and Mount, who were sent as back-up to help the three remaining traitor nobles invade Lukedonia. He comes off as the leader of the group that his fellow Werewolves follow after.


  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Greyish skin, with lighter skin-tone from nose up. May be because of his modifications.
  • Killed Off for Real: Murdered by Lagus in the latter's bid to power up against Rai.
  • The Leader: The Werewolves that followed the Traitor Nobles to invade Lukedonia all follow under Drakon's command.

    Kuharu 

Kuharu

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One of three modified Werewolves who were sent as back-up to help the three remaining traitor nobles invade Lukedonia. Kuharu battles the clan head, Rajak Kertia.


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    Mount 

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One of three modified Werewolves who were sent as back-up to help the three remaining traitor nobles invade Lukedonia. Despite his size and strength, Mount has a child-like personality that results in Drakun and Kaio having to look after him.


  • Acrofatic: He's practically a blob.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Blue-skinned. Probably same reason as Drakun.
  • Killed Off for Real: Murdered by Lagus in the latter's bid to power up against Rai.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Despite Drakun's mention that Kaye is the strongest clan leader known to the werewolves, he immediately attacks Kaye, who promptly smashes him.
  • Manchild: His mentality is very child-like.
  • Super Strength: Unlike Kuharu, he specializes in raw power.
  • The Worf Effect: Despite putting up a decent fight against Lazark, Kaye quickly overpowers him in his next fight.

    Kaio 

Kaio

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A fourth modified Werewolf of Drakun's group that hid in the shadows until the Lukedonia invasion had officially begun. She replaces Kuharu after his fall in battle.


Maduke's Soldiers

    Juraki 

Juraki

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A Werewolf whom Maduke orders to watch over Kentas when the latter begins showing signs of dissent. With Gayare, Urne, and Mirai, they apprehend both Kentas and M-21. After the Nobles invade Maduke's Werewolf territory, Juraki arrives to support Urne and Mirai in their fight against Lunark and M-21.


  • Affably Evil: Compared to the others amongst Maduke's Werewolves, Juraki has a sense of honor towards his opponents, and seems to genuinely wish for the best of his Werewolf people.
  • The Atoner: Agrees with Kentas and Dorant to save what's left of their people after realizing the truth about Maduke.
  • Big Damn Heroes:
    • He comes in at the last second to save Mirai before Lunark could land the finishing blow on her.
    • He manages to perform this again for Mirai when she was about to be finished off by the Noble, Seira.
  • Bishōnen: He's easily one of the more handsome amongst the Werewolves.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Blue-hair with blue-eyes.
  • The Dragon: Being built up as Maduke's number-two guy, Juraki's basically on the same level as Dorant as one of the strongest amongst Maduke's Werewolves. He manages to give Lunark a tough fight before being forced to retreat.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Juraki ends any hostility he had with Rai and company after realizing that powering up through experiments done on their own people was set up to then have him sacrificed to Maduke, despite Juraki's continued loyalty. He survives thanks to Rai and his companions managing to defeat Maduke before Juraki's sacrifice to Maduke was completed.
  • Heroic BSoD: Following Maduke's defeat, Juraki is left depressed questioning what right he has to save what was left of his Werewolf people knowing that he took part in sacrificing the weaker Werewolves for power. However, he quickly has some sense knocked into him by Kentas, who reminds Juraki and company that saving what's left of their race is still the most important thing at that moment before thinking about what comes after.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: Greatly outnumbered, Juraki retreats from battle carrying an injured Mirai with him after reinforcements arrive to save their friend, M-21.
  • Martial Arts Headband: Wears a white-band over his forehead.
  • Oh, Crap!: Has this reaction when the Blood Stone pops out of his chest, and realizing that he's been nothing more than a sacrificial pawn for Maduke.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue to Gayare's red.
  • Sole Survivor: One of the few Werewolves that survived to the very end of the Werewolf war against Rai and his companions. Amongst Juraki's Werewolf team, only Mirai survived as well.
  • The Stoic: Compared to Gayare, Juraki's the more calmer of the two.
    • Not So Stoic: He finally drops his stoic persona when he's left shocked at the sight of Mirai getting stabbed in multiple places by Franky.
  • Super Mode: Activates his Werewolf form when he decides to get serious against Lunark.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Maduke.
  • We Used to Be Friends: He was on friendlier terms with Lunark and Kentas in the past as one of the last amongst Maduke's Werewolves to not accept the new power from sacrificing their own people. However, Juraki eventually goes along with it as well.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Blue-haired werewolf.

    Gayare 

Gayare

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A Werewolf who went along on Juraki's mission to watch over Kentas' suspicious movements. He is ordered to kill M-21, who only survives, and is taken into custody, after Juraki agrees to Kentas' request to spare the boy. After Kentas' escape, Gayare sets out to deal with the rogue Werewolf himself.


  • Berserk Button:
    • He doesn't take M-21's provocations very well, or the fact that his Werewolf comrades were poking fun at how M-21 is able to keep up with him.
    • He becomes even more enraged later on when he's unable to understand why Kentas refuses to go along with Maduke's plan of powering up through experiments on their own people.
  • Blank White Eyes: Doesn't have any eye pupils.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: After getting serious with his Werewolf abilities, he easily beats down M-21, which results in M-21 and Kentas getting taken captive, and used as research subjects for Ignes.
  • Good Hair, Evil Hair: Fun-Manchu style.
  • Killed Off for Real: Killed in a really gruesome duel against Kentas after the latter escaped captivity.
  • Martial Arts Headband: Wears a white-band over his forehead.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Juraki's blue.
  • Super Mode: He starts relying more and more on his Werewolf form, and experiment modifications, as his fight with Kentas went on.
  • This Cannot Be!: During his fight with Kentas, Gayare is unable to understand how the former is able to continue fighting against the latter since unlike Gayare, Kentas never received the new power from experiments on their own people.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Maduke.

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    Urne and Mirai 

Urne and Mirai

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Twin Werewolf girls (blue for Urne, Green for Mirai) who are introduced accompanying Juraki to watch over Kentas' movements. After the Nobles invade Maduke's Werewolf territory, Urne and Mirai come across Lunark trying to escape with an M-21, and battle it out against them.


  • Absolute Cleavage: They are introduced wearing some simple warrior monk outfit instead of All-Encompassing Mantle.
  • The Atoner: Mirai agrees with Kentas and Dorant to save what's left of their people after realizing the truth about Maduke.
  • Barrier Warrior: They are able to create a force field barrier.
  • Berserk Button:
    • Lunark seems to know how to really get under their skin. They don't take it very well when Lunark calls them out as not being warriors, because they sacrificed their own people for more power. They also didn't appreciate Lunark hating on Maduke's Werewolf castle after Rozaria destroyed it, or when Lunark claimed that Urne and Mirai wouldn't be able to challenge her if they tried fighting her solo.
    • Mirai loses all her composure after Urne dies, and it almost gets her killed had it not been for Juraki grabbing her, and retreating from the battle.
  • Creepy Twins: Aside from their green vs blue palette, they are similar, if mirrored.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: After Juraki's arrives to help Mirai against Lunark, Urne performs one on M-21 since she didn't have to worry about her sister anymore. [[spoiler:However, it turned into a curb-stomp upon Urne once the rest of the RK-5 arrived in Werewolf territory in order to save M-21.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Blue-hair and blue-eyes for Urne, green-hair and green-eyes for Mirai.
  • Designated Girl Fight:
    • Urne and Mirai ended up facing off against Lunark.
    • An even more obvious example is a couple chapters later when Seira's friends stood on the sideline watching her battle it out solo against Mirai.
  • The Dividual: Apart from their color differences, Urne and Mirai are basically the same character, and are always seen together. Though that may change after Urne was killed by the RK-5.
  • Eyepatch of Power: An odd variation of the trope where the two use some sort of cloth to cover one of their eyes. The right is covered for Urne while the left is covered for Mirai.
  • Healing Factor: Similar to some of the other Werewolfs, they have high-level body healing capabilities, such as recreating several lost limbs during their fight with Lunark.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Mirai ends any hostility she had with Rai and company after realizing that powering up through experiments done on their own people was set up to then have her sacrificed to Maduke, despite Mirai's continued loyalty. She survives thanks to Rai and his companions managing to defeat Maduke before her sacrifice to Maduke was completed.
  • Ignored Enemy: When Franky arrives, Mirai doesn't appreciate being ignored while he's off to the side chatting with the RK-5.
  • Killed Off for Real:
    • Urne dies to the RK-5 after they arrive in Werewolf territory to save M-21.
    • Even though Mirai is one of the few werewolves that survives through the war against Maduke, she ends up dying in the next arc where she holds up the 1st Elder's female soldier long enough for Lunark to finish the soldier off.
  • Oh, Crap!: Mirai has this reaction when the Blood Stone pops out of her chest, and realizing that she's been nothing more than a sacrificial pawn for Maduke.
  • Revenge: Mirai's motivation to continue attacking the invaders becomes this in order to avenge Urne's death.
  • The Rival: The two of them could be viewed as such towards Lunark.
  • Sibling Team: Given that they're twins, Urne and Mirai battle their enemies as a duo.
  • Sole Survivor: Mirai is one of the few Werewolves that survived to the very end of the Werewolf war against Rai and his companions. Amongst her Werewolf team, only Juraki survived as well.
  • This Cannot Be!: In her last moments, Urne couldn't believe that the mutated human, M-21, was performing a high-level Werewolf skill on her. A moment later, Mirai couldn't believe that humans managed to kill her sister.
  • Villainous Breakdown:
    • Mirai goes through this after the RK-5 succeed in killing Urne. No longer thinking clearly, she begins to simply charge at her enemies wishing to kill them.
    • Mirai goes through this again when she's left stunned in disbelief that Maduke is going to obtain more Blood Stone power through her sacrifice.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Blue for Urne, Green for Mirai.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Maduke.

    Uzhir 

Uzhir

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One of four Werewolves that were sent to deal with Kentas for destroying one of their major research facilities. However, they're forced to face off against Muzaka after he arrives in Maduke's Werewolf territory.


  • Ambiguously Brown: Brown-skinned.
  • Killed Off for Real: Despite using his full power, he dies in a fight against Muzaka.
  • The Leader: Could be viewed as such for the four Werewolves of his group that was sent out to deal with Kentas.
  • Samurai Ponytail: His hair-style.
  • Satellite Character: Uzhir's existence was primary to show how powerful Muzaka is against one of the stronger Werewolves under Maduke.
  • Scars Are Forever: Has a scar on the left side of his face.
  • Super Mode: Activates his ultimate Werewolf form for the fight against Muzaka.
  • This Cannot Be!:
    • Wasn't able to understand how Muzaka is still so powerful despite Uzhir and company powering themselves up through experiments on their own people.
    • He also refuses to believe that his people made the wrong decision when it comes to sacrificing their own for the sake of gaining more power despite Muzaka telling him that he was once a stronger Werewolf before taking part in such a disgusting experiment.
  • Worthy Opponent:
    • Uzhir admits that Kentas is no joke after the latter managed to kill Gayare.
    • Muzaka admits that Uzhir himself is a step above the other Werewolves under Maduke's rule.

    Gotaru 

Gotaru

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One of four Werewolves that were sent to deal with Kentas for destroying one of their major research facilities.


  • The Atoner: Agrees with Kentas and Dorant to save what's left of their people after realizing the truth about Maduke.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Ends up on the receiving one when he tries to attack Rai. Rai easily lands a blow on this Werewolf's chest, which forces him to his knees.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Light-blue hair with light-blue eyes.
  • Cute Little Fangs: An evil version of this where his lower fangs are visible.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He ends any hostility he had with Rai and company after realizing that powering up through experiments done on their own people was set up to then have him sacrificed to Maduke, despite Gotaru's continued loyalty. He survives thanks to Rai and his companions managing to defeat Maduke before the Freckle Werewolf's sacrifice to Maduke was completed.
  • In the Hood: Was under hood before his facial reveal.
  • Killed Off for Real: Even though Gotaru is one of the few werewolves that survives through the war against Maduke, he dies at the start of the next arc when the 1st Elder's army invades the Werewolf Terroitory.
  • No Name Given: His name was never heard during the war against Maduke. However, his name is finally given in the next Story Arc shortly after the 1st Elder and his army attacks Werewolf Territory.
  • Oh, Crap!: Has this reaction when the Blood Stone pops out of his chest, and realizing that he's been nothing more than a sacrificial pawn for Maduke.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: He retreats from battle after witnessing Muzaka easily dispose of Uzhir, and the two other Werewolves, that were sent out to deal with Kentas.
  • Sole Survivor: One of the few Werewolves that survived to the very end of the Werewolf war against Rai and his companions. Amongst Uzhir's Werewolf team, only Gotaru made it.
  • Villainous Breakdown:
    • Any calmness, and confidence, he had when he was with his group of Werewolves was gone the moment he witnessed in succession the defeats of Gayare to Kentas, getting the wind knocked out of him by Rai, and Muzaka easily defeating three Werewolves. Afterwards, he was forced to retreat.
    • He goes through this again when he's left stunned in disbelief that Maduke is going to obtain more Blood Stone power through his sacrifice.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Light-blue hair.
  • Youthful Freckles: Has freckles, which may imply that he's one of the younger Werewolves.

    Blue Werewolf 

Blue Werewolf

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One of four Werewolves that were sent to deal with Kentas for destroying one of their major research facilities. However, they're forced to face off against Muzaka after he arrives in Maduke's Werewolf territory.


    Green Werewolf 

Green Werewolf

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One of four Werewolves that were sent to deal with Kentas for destroying one of their major research facilities. However, they're forced to face off against Muzaka after he arrives in Maduke's Werewolf territory.


    Dorant 

Dorant

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One of four Werewolves that were sent to deal with the former Werewolf Lord, Muzaka, after learning that he's invaded Maduke's Werewolf territory, but end up running into Frankenstein along the way. Forced into facing off against Frankenstein alone, Dorant turns out to be a Werewolf with incredible potential that Muzaka once deemed to one day be his successor as the next Werewolf Lord.


  • The Ace: Dorant easily puts up the best showing of Maduke's Werewolves. He lives up to the potential Muzaka sees in him as the next Werewolf Lord by managing to put up a decent fight against Frankenstein, as well as Rael and Karias at the same time. The only reason Dorant lost was because Frankenstein had to let his dangerous Dark Spear combine with him even further.
  • The Atoner: Given Dorant's previous participation in Maduke's sacrificial experiments, Dorant agrees with Kentas that their best course of action following Maduke's defeat is to save what's left of their people.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: Specializes in close-combat. When he's in Werewolf form, Dorant swarms his powers around his fists and legs to make his punches and kicks stronger.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Yellow-hair with yellow-eyes
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Along with Zaiga, readers get a brief glimpse of Dorant in chapter 413 during the meeting where Maduke sentences Kentas to be used as a captive research experiment.
  • Healing Factor: His healing capabilities are pretty high, such as fully recovering from Rael and Karias' combined attack despite them being able to shoot off both of Dorant's arms.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Dorant switches sides after being defeated by Frankenstein, and is saved at the last second by Muzaka, who asks for Franky to let Dorant live.
  • In the Hood: Was under hood before his facial reveal.
  • The Leader: Could be viewed as such for the four Werewolves of his group that was sent out to deal with Muzaka.
  • Master-Apprentice Chain: The apprentice to his master, Muzaka.
  • Not So Different: He comes to realize that he has no right judging Maduke for choosing to sacrifice his remaining Werewolves for their power due to the fact that everyone else, including Dorant, were already going along with sacrificing the weaker Werewolves in order to obtain more power.
  • Oh, Crap!: Has this reaction when the Blood Stone pops out of his chest, and realizing that he's been nothing more than a sacrificial pawn for Maduke.
  • Sole Survivor: One of the few Werewolves that survived to the very end of the Werewolf war against Rai and his companions. Amongst his Werewolf team, only Dorant made it out.
  • Superior Successor: Shares this relationship with Muzaka, who saw Dorant's incredible potential in the past, and hopes that Dorant can one day become the next Werewolf Lord.
  • Super Mode: Activates his Werewolf form during his fight with Frankenstein.

    Krano 

Krano

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One of four Werewolves that were sent to deal with the former Werewolf Lord, Muzaka, after learning that he's invaded Maduke's Werewolf territory, but end up running into Frankenstein along the way. Krano faces off against Rael after the Nobles arrive to support the war against Maduke's Werewolves.


  • Curtains Match the Window: Light-yellow hair with light-yellow eyes.
  • In the Hood: Was under hood before his facial reveal.
  • Killed Off for Real: Dies in a fight against Rael.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Doesn't quite cover, but his hair goes a bit over his right eye.
  • Satellite Character: Existed primary to show off how much stronger the Noble, Rael, has become.
  • Super Mode: Activates his Werewolf form during his fight with Rael.
  • Super Speed: His primary means of fighting is his fast speed, which he duels Rael in.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: He lasted longer then Gorma, but still ended up dying shortly after Rael and Karias arrive as reinforcements for Franky.

    Braang 

Braang

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One of four Werewolves that were sent to deal with the former Werewolf Lord, Muzaka, after learning that he's invaded Maduke's Werewolf territory, but end up running into Frankenstein along the way. Braang faces off against Karias after the Nobles arrive to support the war against Maduke's Werewolves.


    Gorma 

Gorma

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One of four Werewolves that were sent to deal with the former Werewolf Lord, Muzaka, after learning that he's invaded Maduke's Werewolf territory, but end up running into Frankenstein along the way.


    Zaiga 

Zaiga

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One of three Werewolves that encountered Rai within Maduke's Werewolf territory. Zaiga is one of Maduke's more powerful Werewolves that has managed to train himself up in magic. Due to the arrival of reinforcements, Zaiga is forced to let Rai go, and instead battles against Kei and Muzaka.


  • Berserk Button: He didn't take it too well when Muzaka pointed out how Zaiga has nothing going for him despite Maduke managing to become the new Werewolf Lord.
  • Beard of Evil: Has a giant brown beard.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: After being weakened by his fight with Kei, Zaiga is left unable to put up much of a fight against Muzaka.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Brown-hair with brown-skin.
  • The Dragon: Could be viewed as the second highest Werewolf behind Maduke. He even challenged Muzaka and Maduke at times in the past to try to become the new Werewolf Lord. He failed both times.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Along with Dorant, readers get a brief glimpse of Zaiga in chapter 413 during the meeting where Maduke sentences Kentas to be used as a captive research experiment.
  • Evil Gloating: Even in his last moments, Zaiga gloated before Muzaka that they gained a lot form sacrificing their own people.
  • Evil Old Folks: One of the older looking Werewolves.
  • Healing Factor: Has some body regeneration powers, but was unable to fully heal from Kei's fight since Muzaka ended up attacking him just moments after.
  • In the Hood: Was under hood before his facial reveal.
  • Killed Off for Real: Killed during his fight against Muzaka.
  • The Leader: Could be viewed as such for the three Werewolf group that encountered Rai, Kei, and Raskreia.
  • Paper Talisman: One of Zaiga's means of fighting when it comes to his usage of spells.
  • Magic Knight: A Werewolf that delves in sorcery.
  • Satellite Character: Was around primarily to give the Noble, Kei, something to do, as well as further hype up Muzaka.
  • Super Mode: Activates his Werewolf form during his fight with Kei and Muzaka.
  • The Worf Effect: Despite being built up as one of the best amongst Maduke's Werewolves, he dies to Muzaka shortly after getting worn down by his fight with Kei.

    Gaura 

Gaura

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One of three Werewolves that encountered Rai within Maduke's Werewolf territory. Gaura is ordered by Zaiga to deal with Rozaria, who was off destroying Maduke's castle.


    Bashum 

Bashum

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One of three Werewolves that encountered Rai within Maduke's Werewolf territory.


  • The Atoner: Agrees with Kentas and Dorant to save what's left of their people after realizing the truth about Maduke.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Raskreia easily cuts off his left arm when he tries to attack her while she was watching Kei and Zaiga's fight.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Black-hair with black-eyes.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He ends any hostility he had with Rai and company after realizing that powering up through experiments done on their own people was set up to then have him sacrificed to Maduke, despite Bashum's continued loyalty. He survives thanks to Rai and his companions managing to defeat Maduke before Bashum's sacrifice to Maduke was completed.
  • High-Class Glass: Has one eyeglass over his left eye.
  • In the Hood: Was under hood before his facial reveal.
  • Killed Off for Real: Even though Bashum is one of the few werewolves that survives through the war against Maduke, he dies at the start of the next arc when the 1st Elder's army invades the Werewolf Terroitory.
  • No Name Given: His name was never heard during the war against Maduke. However, his name is finally given in the next Story Arc shortly after the 1st Elder and his army attacks Werewolf Territory.
  • Oh, Crap!: Has this reaction when the Blood Stone pops out of his chest, and realizing that he's been nothing more than a sacrificial pawn for Maduke.
  • Sole Survivor: One of the few Werewolves that survived to the very end of the Werewolf war against Rai and his companions. Amongst Zaiga's Werewolf team, only Bashum made it.

    Titan 

Titan

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A powerful chimera-like creature that was created through the joint effort of Maduke's Werewolves, and the Traitor Noble, Ignes Kravel. After continuing to experiment on the creature by powering it up through experiments done on humans and Nobles, Ignes finally unleashes it on Rai after he discovers her location in Maduke's Werewolf territory.



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