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Selphy

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Voiced By: Fumiko Orikasa (JP); Wendee Lee (EN)

A book lover who gets so wrapped up in her hobby that she sometimes forgets to do other things, such as eating and sleeping.
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Cinnamon (JP: Drop)

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Voiced By: Rie Tanaka (JP); Cristina Valenzuela (EN)

A magician who loves to fish, but hates to talk. Though she's a magic prodigy she hasn't used her gift in a long time. One of Kanno's granddaughters.

Uzuki

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Voiced By: Miyuki Sawashiro (JP); Sherry Lynn (EN)

An oddly-dressed girl who comes from an Eastern nation in search of her brother.

Eunice (JP: Juni)

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After her diet 
Voiced By: Kana Ueda (JP); Karen Strassman (EN)

The daughter of Rita and Turner. She a sweet girl who helps them out at the inn, and is at constant war with her weight.
  • Big Beautiful Woman: She's a bachelorette and you can marry her either as is or in a thinner form.
  • Chubby Chef: The first, and thus far, only Rune Factory or Harvest Moon bachelorette to be visibly overweight. While it's possible to persuade her to lose weight, doing so is completely optional, and she's marriageable either way.
  • Fanservice Pack: Over the course of a single game. If Raguna gets her LP high enough, she will go on a diet and, two seasons later, doll up in swimsuits like the other girls.
  • Girl Next Door: Out of all the bachelorettes, she is the most normal.
  • Hair Decorations: Wears a bow in her hair to tie back her braids.
  • Nice Girl: Despite her lack of confidence, she's still very sweet.
  • Parental Abandonment: Averted. She is one of only two bachelorettes in the entire series who actually has both blood-related parents still alive and part of her life.
  • Pink Means Feminine: Her main outfit is pink.
  • Shared Family Quirks: She inherited her father's genes and easily gained weight as a result.
  • Sweet Tooth: She loves sweets, but will refuse them if she goes on a diet.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Pale lime green, in her case.

Iris (JP: Elis)

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Voiced By:
Blanche: Sakura Nogawa (JP); Michelle Ruff (EN)
Noire: Rina Sato (JP); Michelle Ruff (EN)

A girl who lives in a tower on Whale Island. She has a twin sister, who is also named Iris. Gelwein names them as "Iris Blanche" and "Iris Noire" to tell them apart.
  • Broken Bird: Noire. She was kidnapped by Gelwein, forced to sing for him, and emotionally tormented into believing she was completely worthless. Even after she's rescued, she still remains rather melancholy.
  • Friendly Neighborhood Vampire: Drinks tomato juice instead of blood.
  • It's All My Fault: After Raguna saves her from Gelwein's control, Noire says this about Mist's kidnapping. Raguna talks her out of it, though.
  • Last of Her Kind: Sole remaining members of a vampire race, which by Word of God died off more from lack of interest in reproducing than from being hunted down. Iris is implied in fan material to not be a full blooded member of her species, which is also apparently 'not' vampires, just something that can't enter a church, sleeps during the day, drinks blood, and passes out if one gives it garlic.
  • Literal Split Personality: Due to being the last of her kind, the original Iris split herself into Blanche and Noire so that she wouldn't be lonely anymore.
  • Magic Music: The Spirit Song.
  • More Than Mind Control: Gelwein manipulates Iris Noire this way, telling her she's a worthless fool with no friends. And it works. If Raguna gets Blanche to intervene, Noire will even tell her that she doesn't know her and that she has nothing.
  • Mysterious Waif: Definitely. They have pale hair (light blonde for Blanche, silver for Noire), live isolated from humanity, and have special powers the main villain wants them for.
  • Official Couple: It's implied one of them canonically won Raguna's heart, as Rune Factory Oceans confirms that the Iris twins' Rank 10 love event was canonically completed. Granted, this can be done without marrying Iris, but it's still notable as the only mention of any Rank 10 love events happening.
  • One Steve Limit: Subverted and played straight, in an odd way. While there are two independent characters named Iris (they even split up on rare occasions), they are actually two manifestations of the same person. They remain two separate people until the 10LP event is cleared and and they are merged back together.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: Word of God states that despite the similarities, the race she comes from are not called vampires.
  • Rescue Romance: Twofold. Blanche rescues Raguna from Noire if she has more than 4 LP, and he then rescues Noire from Gelwein.
  • Single-Minded Twins: Not really twins, but the only difference between the two is that one will occasionally mention drawing and one will occasionally use tarot cards. Otherwise all their dialogue is the same.
  • Skippable Boss: Noire, if Blanche likes Raguna enough.
  • Talking to Herself: Only in the American localization, in which both are voiced by Michelle Ruff.
  • Terrible Artist: Blanche is supposedly a terrible artist, but we never get to see her abominations.
    Raguna: "That's a very cute chitter."
    Iris Blanche: "That's... an apple..."
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Both push grade A.

Anette

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Voiced By: Kana Asumi (JP); Hynden Walch (EN)

The mail girl for Trampoli, and later on Fenith Island. Frequently chased by monsters.
  • Artistic License – Biology:
    Anette: "Pull on me to make me grow taller!"
    Raguna: "...You're kidding, right?"
  • Blessed with Suck: She's always getting chased by those pesky monsters. And in Tides of Destiny, she learns that she also easily gets seasick.
  • The Cameo: She shows up in Rune Factory Tides Of Destiny every 4th day of the season to deliver mail to Fenith Island.
  • The Determinator: Despite being chased by monsters and getting seasick, nothing will stop her from delivering the mail.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Her hairstyle.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: Wears goggles around her head, but they're more for design purposes.
  • Nice Hat: Wears a nice mailcarrier hat.
  • Super Speed: She moves very fast to deliver mail. There's even an item named after her in-game that makes Raguna move faster.
  • 10MinuteRetirement: During her event, she becomes disheartened with her job and will stop delivering mail until her event is finished.

Sister Stella

A nun who works at the Trampoli Church and offers to give Raguna shelter when he first arrives in town.
  • Cool Old Lady: She gets a ton of respect from the other villagers.
  • The Determinator: She created the entire village of Trampoli on her own, simply by establishing a church in the middle of the wilderness.
  • Good Shepherd: She takes in Raguna when he first arrives in Trampoli.
  • I Was Quite a Looker: It's heavily implied that the mysterious girl who shows up around Mist's house is Stella's younger self, who looks like she could be a bachelorette.

Erik (JP: Eric)

A fellow farmer who sells a variety of crops. He's the most competitive character to date. If Raguna gives him a turnip he'll be "so happy he'll cry".

Danny

Voiced By: Yoshihiro Kanemitsu (JP)

Owner of the grocery shop in the business district. Having been the only shop in town has made him complacent, so his store offers very few products and poor service.
  • All Love Is Unrequited: He has a crush on Anette, but can't get her attention.
  • Bishōnen: He's handsome.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: After Rosetta runs him out of business, he's hired to work at Materia.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's blunt and enjoys scaring Erik, but he also loves his family and sends them money often.
  • Picky Eater: He hates vegetables so much that he'll try not to touch them when he has to pick up Raguna's shipments.
  • The Rival: He considers Rosetta his enemy because her shop gets way more business than his own.
  • The Slacker: He starts off as this because he's the only general store in town and will receive business regardless of his work. Once Rosetta moves in, he starts to work harder.
  • Spear Counterpart: He looks like a male Rosetta, except his hair and eyes are a shade darker.

Kross (JP: Cross)

Voiced By: Yoshihiro Kanemitsu (JP); Blake Lewis (EN)

A soft-spoken carpenter who lives just outside the town. He harbors a dark past.
  • Call to Agriculture: He was, in fact, the escaped soldier from the Sechs Empire that Brodik was looking for.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Whatever occurred in his past broke his spirit.
  • The Disease That Shall Not Be Named: He is all but directly stated to suffer from PTSD due to his time in the army.
  • The Eeyore: He'll regularly say depressing poems to Raguna, and all of them have the same theme: life is pointless.
  • The Insomniac: He often walks around the village at night to due having trouble sleeping. It goes on for so long that the villagers believe a ghost is haunting them.
  • Meaningful Rename: From Weber to Kross.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Has long bangs covering one eye.

Candy

A young girl who can speak to runeys and produce Rune Wonders through song. Cinnamon's younger sister, and Kanno's younger granddaughter. Often seen with Ganesha's son Marco, though later travels to Fenith Island in order to research the spiritual phenomena there.

Lute (JP: Root)

A traveling artist and salesman who visits the town during the holidays to sell home improvement items.

Ganesha (JP: Ganesa)

An elven blacksmith. She's not as strong as a dwarf, but her attention to detail makes up for that.

Marco

Ganesha's fiery-tempered son. Dreams of becoming a master swordsman.

Brodik (JP: Wagner)

A loud, abrasive man who shows up in Trampoli at the beginning of Fall. Seems to harbor a grudge against Raguna.
  • Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: He trashes Raguna's fields, sends golems to attack him, and ding-dong ditches him in the middle of the night.
  • But Now I Must Go: After discovering that Kross is the deserter, he decides to leave Trampoli and report to his superiors that he couldn't find him. He'll come back once a year to challenge Raguna.
  • Evil Is Petty: Some of his misdeeds are more obnoxious than straight up evil.
  • Jerkass: Extremely. His presence in Trampoli revolves around making Raguna's life miserable, which includes filling his shipping bin with rocks, ruining his crops by throwing rocks and stumps all over his field, and ding-dong ditching him as he's just about to go to bed.
  • Kick the Dog: Does this to Raguna and Kross.
  • Refitted for Sequel: An unused sprite that looks very similar to him can be found within the internal data of the first game, labeled as a "Sechs Soldier".
  • Secret Keeper: He chooses not to give up Kross' location and lie about finding him.

Gelwein (JP: Jerubain)

A mysterious scientist who once researched experimental uses of runes. Often speaks with Iris Blanche.
  • Big Bad
  • A God Am I: In the final fight with him, right before the maidens show up in the Era of Disconnect

Minerva

Tabatha's sister who comes to stay in Trampoli temporarily. Has a tendency to say harsh things.
  • Long Bus Trip: Having finished her business, she'll leave as soon as Raguna finishes Tabatha's heart events and won't ever come back to visit.
  • The Not-Love Interest: Despite being yet another cute, young, single girl in Trampoli, she isn't a marriage candidate and Raguna can't even gain LP with her.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has the same steel blue hair and eyes as her sister.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Type A.
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