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Paris Combat Revue
The Paris Combat Revuenote  was organized in 1924 by Isabel "Grand-Mère" Lilac and Japanese ambassador Norimichi Sakomizu. Whenever Paris is at peace, the team often performs cabaret acts at Le Chattes Noires.

Erica Fontaine and Glycine Bleumer are recruited into the revue as their first members. In 1926, Grand-Mère contacts Imperial Combat Revue Captain Ichiro Ogami to lead the revue. Coquelicot, Lobelia Carlini and Hanabi Kitaoji join the team to help Ogami and his friends fight the Paris Phantoms. Upon their successful victory, Ogami returns to Tokyo and Erica is selected to become its new captain, but soon gives up that post. Eventually, in 1927, the Paris Combat Revue travels to Tokyo to help the Imperial Combat Revue stop Ōkubo Nagayasu from threatening Tokyo once again. Two years later, the Paris, New York and Imperial Combat Revues battle Jeanne d'Arc. During the Great Demon War in 1930, the Combat Revue ultimately seal themselves along with the New York and Imperial Combat Revues to contain the demons in the Phantom Capital.




Isabel "Grand-Mère" Lilac

Voiced by: Keiko Aizawa (Japanese), Juli Erickson (English, Sakura Wars: École de Paris)

The owner of Chattes Noires and head of the Paris Combat Revue. She is generally calm but possesses a sharp tongue. Also, she has a pet cat named Napoleon.

  • Berserk Button: She understandably gets enraged when her plans don't go according to plan.
  • Crazy-Prepared: She is known to prepare for every contingency during an operation.
  • Floral Theme Naming: Lilacs, obviously.
  • Harem Nanny: Being the one commanding the almost all-female Paris Combat Revue.
  • Punny Name: Her other moniker "Owner" phonetically resembles "Onna", the Japanese word for woman.

    Ichiro Ogami 

Ichiro Ogami

See his separate page.

    Norimichi Sakomizu 

Norimichi Sakomizu

Voiced by: Shinshō Nakamaru (Japanese), Bill Flynn (English, Sakura Wars: École de Paris)

Officially known to the public as the Japanese ambassador to France, he is sent by Tokyo to assist the French government in creating the Paris Combat Revue. His "official" position with the Paris Combat Revue is the station chief of the unit, as well as the station chief of the Arc de Triomphe. He was responsible for arranging Ogami's arrival in France under the cover of an international student.

  • Ambadassador: He serves as the Japanese ambassador to France.
  • Cold Sniper: He's one when he shoots an anti-spirit bullet at Lobelia in order to paralyze her before she was taken into custody by Paris Prefectural police officers.
    Sakomizu: "Actually my aim was off. My intention was to kill. ... If my first shot failed to put her down, I doubt I would have lived to take the second. After all, I do value my own life."
  • Red Baron: He was known as "Sakomizu the Steel Wall" to everyone in the Imperial Japanese military.
  • Retired Badass: He was a former officer in the IJN back in the day before he became an ambassador.


Flower Division

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Other Personnel

    Mell Raison 

Mell Raison

Voiced by: Sachiko Kojima (Japanese), Kate Oxley (English, Sakura Wars: École de Paris, as "Kate Borneman")

A secretary of Grand-Mère who provides logistical support during battles. Mell is timid, yet serious and punctual.

  • Meaningful Name: Her last name stands for reason. Combine her first with Ci and you can read it as "Merci", which means "Thanks" in French.

    Ci Caprice 

Ci Caprice

Voiced by: Mika Kanai (Japanese), Luci Christian (English, Sakura Wars: École de Paris)

A secretary of Grand-Mère who provides logistical support during battles, Ci is easygoing and sociable.

  • Meaningful Name: Her last name stands for capriciousness. Combine her first with Mell and you can read it as "Merci", which means "Thanks" in French.
  • Sweet Tooth: Has a love for sweets like Erica and is a very talented pâtissière.

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