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Budehuc Castle and Miscellaneous Characters

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Budehuc Castle

    Thomas 
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Tenkai Star

  • Abusive Parents: Due to being the product of a brief fling, Thomas is hated by his nobleman father, who responds to his attempts at reconnecting with coldness and sends him off to Budehuc Castle as a means of getting rid of him.
  • A Child Shall Lead Them: He is the lord of Budehuc Castle at only 15 years old.
  • Action Survivor: Becomes competent by trying to keep his castle afloat.
  • Adorkable: He's meek, cowardly, easily flustered, but both lovable and admirable nonetheless.
  • Big Fancy House: Castle actually but same diff.
  • Blue Blood: His father, Lowma, is a member of the Zexen Council.
  • Combination Attack: "Best Effort", done with Cecile.
  • Cowardly Lion: He hates fighting and is quite weak and timid, but he'll always help out on the front lines when he has to.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He's a pretty worthless fighter, a total coward and incredibly passive and indecisive, but he also has the heart and soul of a leader and a surprising amount of potential as a warrior.
  • Determinator: The world seems dead set on crushing his spirit but he refuses to let it keep him down. The fact that he manages to make a run down castle he was only given to keep him away from his father into the base of a revolutionary army is all thanks to this.
  • Heroic Bastard
  • I Have No Son!: His dad sent him to Budehuc so he could forget about him.
  • Martial Pacifist
  • Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: The feminine boy to Cecile's masculine girls. Thomas is The Heart and a Non-Action Guy, while Cecile is an energetic Action Girl.
  • Messianic Archetype
  • Nice Guy: Really nice. The castle inhabitants don't like him but he just stays polite.
    • They warm up to him over the span of his chapters, eventually becoming fiercely loyal to protecting Thomas.
  • Non-Action Guy: He's a moderately wealthy city boy with no combat experience thrown into the middle of an all out war. He begins at level 1 wielding a rusty old sword that he flails around randomly, gets winded after jogging for a bit and gets dizzy whenever he does his Combination Attack with Cecille, during which he contributes much less than her. His true contributions to the army are his kind heart and his unwavering spirit.
  • One Steve Limit: Averted, as there is a boy that shares his name and went missing. This is Lampshaded by the boy's mother, who wishes for him to be just like this Thomas.
  • The Pollyanna: He has a Darkest Hour in his Gaiden but other than that he's always optimstic.
  • Reassigned to Antarctica: He was given lordship over a rundown castle on a worthless plod of land as a means of getting out of his father's life.
  • Something Completely Different: His characterization is a departure from the typical Tenkai Star. See Non-Action Guy and Supporting Protagonist for details. He's also the first Tenkai to not get a True Rune, and the only Tenkai to not even get a unique rune.
  • Supporting Protagonist: He is the Tenkai star, but he isn't The Hero or Big Good of the game. He is however undoubtedly the Tenkai star because he still does most of the recruitment of the 108 stars.
  • The Unfavorite
  • Took a Level in Badass: From a cowardly boy forced into a run down castle as a way of keeping him out of his neglectful father's hair to one of the main contributors to the revolution. This is reflected in his weapon, which spends all of its first two forms as pretty much worthless before getting a huge surge in stats that continue to skyrocket in its final form.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Thomas can't climb ladders.
  • Wide-Eyed Idealist: Thomas is naive and rather sheltered, so he's unaware of many of the world's problems. As a result, he's perfectly willing to take in anyone, regardless of their background.

    Cecile 
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Tentai Star

    Sebastian 
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Chihi Star

    Juan 
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Tenman Star

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    Piccolo 
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Chiken Star

    Martha 
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Chizen Star

  • Betting Mini-Game: Martha sells lottery tickets near the entrance of Budehuc Castle. She has owned the shop for ages and is very knowledgeable in the trade.
  • Hustler: She seems to even have some sort of deal going with Piccolo to get more customers to participate in her lottery and lose.
  • Kansas City Shuffle: She's the linchpin of a glorious one of these: she has the bulk of the Budehuc Castle dwellers fight off the Zexen military (with a bit of help from Geddoe and Hugo's groups, respectively). The Council absolutely has the strength to overpower Thomas's ragtag forces, but they're oblivious to the actual plan: while they stall, she travels to her home of Karaya and sells the land to Lucia, who in turn leases it to Thomas for a single potch a year, for 99 years. This is all completely legal in terms of Budehuc's contract with Vinay del Zexay. Additionally, and although Martha (probably) had no knowledge of this, the corrupt Councilman who's spent the better part of the chapter treating Thomas like shit and trying to evict him is not only is utterly defeated, but is also dragged back to Zexen by Percival and Leo to face the crimes that Salome indicted him in.

    Muto 
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Chison Star

    Eike 
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Chisui Star


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Duck Village

    Kidd 

    Mamie 
Mamie is from the Black Dragon Island.
  • Ascended Extra: Her name comes up during the cooking mini-game in Suikoden II as the ill daughter of one of Hai Yo's opponents. She apparently got better.
  • Fetch Quest: Mamie asks for a Crab Rice Bowl, dropped by crab enemies. Hallec just happens to have one equipped.
  • Team Chef: Becomes the castle's chef after being recruited.

Alma Kinan Village

    Estella 
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Tenkyu Star

    Rody 
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Chimou Star


Caleria

    Nadir 
  • Movie-Theater Episode: Nadir opens a theater in the castle, where the recruited characters can take up roles.

    Mike 
  • Betting Mini-Game: Kabu. You have to defeat him in it to recruit him.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: There's a lot of hints that he's not even remotely the nice guy he pretends to be. For instance, try talking to him with Koroku.

Le Buque

    Edge 
For the Star dragon Sword, see Suikoden Recurring Characters.

Chisha Village

    Wan Fu 

Others

    The Flame Champion (The Fire Hero) 
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    Ayame 
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Chikyou Star

    The Five Dogs 

Koroku, Connie, Koichi, Kogoro and Kosanji

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Chima Star, Koroku
Five dogs of the Shiba Inu breed that can be recruited during the game. Only Koroku count as a Star of Destiny, being the Chima Star, also known as the Devil Star.

    Guillaume 
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Chizoku Star

  • Desert Bandits: Design-wise, his Mooks resemble desert bandits.
  • Hate Sink: Guillaume is a overweighted French Jerk. He is know for being a cheating, dog-kicking liar and implied pedophile. The player gets to enjoy whupping his portly posterior several times.
  • Hopeless Boss Fight: The first duel against him, playing as Melville, is impossible to win.
  • Pig In A Poke: Guillaume steals some of the objects his clients asks him to appraise, and switches them with fakes ones.
  • Prongs of Poseidon: Wields a trident for duels.
  • Recurring Boss: As a Duel Boss, he is (optionally) fought three times (the first one is unwinnable). After his third defeat, he can be recruited.
  • Token Evil Teammate: When recruited.
  • Unknown Item Identification: Guillaume is a appraiser and will open a shop in Budehuc Castle after recruited. He also has a "Rank A" Appraisal Ability, which can identify "? items" for free.
  • Would Hurt a Child: He beats up Melville and nearly kills him (Alanis and Elliot opened the gate for Hugo and co., forcing Guillaume to run away). Guillaume also try to kidnap (and possible rape) Shabon.

    Hallec 
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Tentatsu Star
Hallec is from the Nameless Lands

    Hortez VII 
  • No Sense of Direction: Exaggerated. His sense of direction is far worse than that of Raura and you have to lie about the location of Budehuc Castle to recruit him.
  • Overly Long Name: His full name is Nefentitiri Radames Amenhetep Iruiktonas Antikoseus Puto Remaios Kureakios Dimetirios Farosmuseion Ishak Saraj Amenenuhet Totomes Hatshepsut Toto Ank Amen Hortez VI's son, Hortez VII. You need to have Kidd investigate him four times to get the whole thing.
  • Spear Counterpart: To Raura from Suikoden II. Both are Egyptian-themed Scroll Makers with terrible sense of direction.

    Jefferson 

    Kathy 

    Mua 
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Chisatsu Star
Mua is from Camaro.

    Shizu 
  • The Engineer: She fixes the elevator in the castle.
  • Meido: Her looks. Despite this, she is an elevator attendant.

    Viki (Child) 
A younger version of Viki, being more intelligent and mature than her older version. She is the Chisoku Star of the 108 Stars of Destiny.See Suikoden Recurring Characters.

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