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Beavers

    In General 
  • Anatomy Arsenal: The beavers use their buckteeth to gnaw through the hulls of enemy ships in battle, making them perfect naval destroyers.
  • Alliterative Family: The five beavers names begin with "M" and ends with "roon".
  • Combination Attack: Beaver Rush, performed by Maroon, Muroon, Miroon, Meroon, and Moroon.
    • Miroon also has the Secret Crush attack, with Flail and Byakuren; and Morron has the Looks Can Kill, with Ax and Bergen.
  • Fantastic Racism: Most beavers are very wary of humans, due to their enslavement by the Godwins. Morron, in particular, despises humans and is not shy to show it, blaming them all for, well, anything.
    • Fuwalafuwalu and Marron have a policy of non-interaction with them.
    • Averted with Merron and Muroon. Unlike most beavers, they don't believe in isolationism.
  • Funny Animal: They are anthropomorphic beavers.
  • Made a Slave: Following the Lordlake uprising, the beavers were enslaved by the Godwins and forced to build the Hatred Fortress.
  • Recurring Element: Characters with an Alliterative Family Theme Naming. This was been used since the first Suikoden.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Beavers are horrible when fighting on land.

    Fuwalafuwalu 
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Chikyou Star
Voiced by: Daisuke Kishio (JP); Michael Sorich (EN)

The leader of Beaver Lodge.


    Maroon 
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Chima Star
Voiced by: Chiaki Morita (JP); Lara Jill Miller (EN)

The leader of the five beavers who can be used in combat.


  • Comical Overreacting: His "whoa" reaction when the group encounters the bosses of the Sindar Ruins, and when the Prince activates the flood gate.
  • Drop the Hammer: He wields a large croquet mallet in battle.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: He wears a strange visor-like device.
  • I Owe You My Life: When the Prince rallies to save the beavers, after the Godwins issue an edict to eradicate them, he joins his cause in gratitude.
  • Interspecies Friendship: Become friends with Toma, the human boy from Lordlake.
  • Number Two: He is Fuwalafuwalu's assistant.

    Meroon 
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Chiku Star
Voiced by: Sawa Ishige (JP)

A young and hyper beaver.


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    Miroon 
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Chiretsu Star
Voiced by: Akane Sakai (JP)

A beaver who likes making baths.


  • Bathtub Bonding: Certain combinations of characters and antiques placed within the baths will activate a variety of mini scenes.
  • Berserk Button: No fighting in her bath, or else she will wreck you even if you're two bigger beasts than she is.
  • Blinding Bangs: Miroon eyes are covered by her bangs.
  • Furo Scene: Her specialty. She has a passion for making baths, and once recruited, she builds a large onsen at castle HQ where party characters can be seen enjoying a nice soak. The onsen also serves as an area to display any antique treasures discovered.
  • Improbable Weapon User: She wields her bathhouse brush in combat!
  • Informed Attractiveness: She's considered a peerless beauty by other beavers.
  • Seen It All: Miroon can be really unfazed to any bath hijinks that can happen like it's just Tuesday to her, implying that she's just seen enough crazy shenanigans in bath to not panic about it. Unless it's about fighting in her bath.

    Moroon 
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Chibaku Star
Voiced by: Isao Yamagishi (JP); Lara Jill Miller (EN)

A beaver who seems to think he's a rockstar.


    Muroon 
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Chiman Star
Voiced by: Rina Sato (JP); Barbara Goodson (EN)

A beaver who is a skilled inventor.


  • The Atoner: He was the one who designed Hatred Fortress, and feels terrible guilt towards the people of Lordlake. He joins the Prince to help him destroy it and clear his conscience.
  • Drop the Hammer: He wields a large croquet mallet in battle.
  • The Engineer
  • Nice Guy: One of the most reasonable beavers, and the only one who can be recruited before the Nether Gate assassins attack Beaver Lodge.
  • The Smart Guy: Of the beavers.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses


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Dwarves

    In General 
  • Beneath the Earth: Their home at the Dwarf Camp, build withing a cave.
  • Combination Attack: Tunnelin' Thru, performed by Wabon, Gunde, and Bergen.
    • Bergen also has the Looks Can Kill Unite Attack, with Ax and Moroon.
  • Little People: Dwarves.
  • Our Dwarves Are All the Same: The Suikoden series' take on the dwarfish race as expected, (although slightly more whimsical than other examples), being stout, gruff, good at digging, with a fondness for gemstones etc.
    • Zunda is a relatively rare example of a female member of a group often depicted as a One-Gender Race.
    • Bergen represents an example of the rarely seen dwarven child.

    Gunde 
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Chibun Star
Voiced by: Eisuke Yoda (JP), Kim Strauss (EN)

Logg's former partner-in-crime.


    Dongo 
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Chiko Star
An apprentice blacksmith.
  • Adopt the Dog: Realizing his use, the Prince takes him on as the castle HQ blacksmith shortly after.
  • The Apprentice
  • The Blacksmith: His speciality, he runs the smithy at castle HQ once recruited.
  • Butt-Monkey: His boss, Wabon, treats him very badly and actually fires him for pursuing his interest in upgrading weapons.
  • Fetch Quest: His sharpening abilities increase if the hero brings him various power hammers - Iron, Silver, Gold and Platinum.
  • Sorting Algorithm of Weapon Effectiveness: He can level up character's weapon abilities.

    Wabon 
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Chiziku Star
Voiced by: Masaru Ikeda (JP); Kirk Thornton (EN)

A master blacksmith and the apparent leader of the Dwarf Camp.


  • Bad Boss: He treats Dongo very harshly, even firing him for his interest in forging weapons.
  • Big Ol' Eyebrows: His eyebrows are long enough to fuse with his beard.
  • The Blacksmith: His speciality, he has the Forge skill that allows you to sharpen weapons anywhere, making him the first smith available for combat since Suikoden 1.
  • The Engineer: His other specialty is mining carts. His carts can take the player as far west as Sauronix Castle, or to the castle HQ.
  • Grumpy Old Man
  • Old Master: He is one of the Dwarf elders.
  • Sorting Algorithm of Weapon Effectiveness: He can level up character's weapon abilities from within the active party.
  • Wrench Whack: He wields a huge wrench in combat.

    Zunda 
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Chiri Star

A dwarf with a fondness for windows.


  • Apron Matron: Her look, albeit a miniaturized version.
  • Cool Big Sis: How she is viewed by her fellow dwarves.
  • Fantastic Racism: Initially she had little respect for humans, typically referring to everyone as just 'human'.
  • Guide Dang It!: In an iteration of the Suikoden series that features some major Trial-and-Error Gameplay recruitment across the board, hers is perhaps the most specific, requiring a preternatural level of farsightedness. She must be accompanied to a specific 1F window at the Lunas enclave before she'll join and given the amount of buildings with windows in the game, this seems incredibly abstruse.
  • Video Game Interface Elements: Her speciality. She can change the colour (and design) of the in-game menu windows.

    Bergen 
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Chishuu Star
Voiced by: Keiji Fujiwara (JP)

A dwarf who is being taught magic by Levi.


  • The Apprentice: Under Levi.
  • Cheerful Child
  • Dogged Nice Guy: Poor Bergen. His "training" consists of him digging out magic orbs in exchange for seeing some of Levi's magic.
  • Informed Attractiveness: A young dwarf, he is considered attractive amongst his kind, or so he claims.
  • Killed Off for Real: If the unit he is in during a War Battle is defeated, there is a chance he will die.
  • Our Dwarves Are All the Same: Double Subverted. Bergen is too young to have a beard and has no interest in mining or smithing. He is fascinated by magic and is trying to learn under a wizard...but he can barely use magic, because he's a Dwarf.
  • Treasure Hunter: His speciality. He has the Treasure Hunt skill that increases the war trophies after battle.

Elves

    In General 

    Isato 
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Tenritsu Star
Voiced by: Isao Yamagishi (JP); Eddie Frierson (EN)

Haswar's elven bodyguard.


  • Bald of Awesome: There's not a hair on his head.
  • Big Damn Heroes: After the Godwin coup, he bravely helps the Prince's party escape by bringing them through an elven path that crossed the North Lunas Woods.
  • Black Sheep: How he is viewed by fellow elf, Urda, who thinks he should return to Alseid away from the "barbarous humans".
  • The Champion: To Lady Haswar. He is incredibly protective of her wellbeing.
  • Combination Attack: Arrow Storm (with Urda) and Shining Scalp (with Wabon and Alhazred).
  • Forest Ranger: When he catches Logg and Lun panning for gold in the sacred Lunas river, he advocates strict punishment to be taken against the Raftfleet father and daughter so as to set an example to others.
  • In Harmony with Nature
  • Nature Hero: He originally became a cleric in order to preserve the North Woods of Lunas from gold mining which would have had dire consequences for the ecosystem as well as the elven village of Alseid, from which he hails.
  • Number Two: He is Lady Haswar's second in command.
  • The Paladin: He is the head cleric of the Lunas enclave.
  • Platonic Life-Partners: In a bath scene with Mathias and Dinn, he notes that his loyalty to Haswar had nothing to do with gender or romance.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Lady Haswar. He will only join the Prince's cause when she does.

    Urda 
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Chisou Star
Voiced by: Sayaka Ohara (JP)

An elven woman who wants Isato to return to their people.


  • Absolute Xenophobe: Her defining characteristic.
  • Bare Your Midriff: The rest of her body is clohed.
  • Combination Attack: Arrow Storm, with Isato.
  • Fantastic Racism: Really hates humans.
  • Good Is Not Nice: She's a giant bitch, but she'll always help the Prince.
  • Humans Are the Real Monsters: Oh boy, she really, really hates humans and is conspicuous amongst the Suikoden series' elf population in her absolute xenophobia. Oboro indicates during his investigation of her that he does not necessarily disagree with her assessment of humans, despite being human himself. Considering his backstory, it's not really a surprise.
  • Ice Queen: Without a hint of defrosting.
  • Sour Supporter: To an unbelievable degree. She only joins the Prince's Loyalist Army along with Isato and Haswar in order to ensure the former's safety amongst what she considered to be barbarians.


Recruitable Monsters

    DoReMi Elves 
Five monsters that are part of Cornelio's DoReMi Symphony Orchestra.


    Genoh 
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Chihi Star
Voiced by: Seizo Kato (JP)

An elderly, sentient, giant tortoise.


  • Absent-Minded Professor: His advanced age means he has trouble recalling anything in particular.
  • Bond Creatures: Once recruited.
  • Combination Attack: Oops, with Viki.
  • Dude, Where's My Respect?: He insists on his potential companions having respect for the elderly and this shows up in his recruitment process, where the Prince must be accompanied by an "old" character (Levi, Alhazred etc) who is leveled up to at least 95% of the Prince's current level.
  • Mistaken For A God: He is deeply respected by all beavers, who refer to him as "Boss".
  • Monster Allies: He's a giant tortoise.
  • Really 700 Years Old: As seen when he requests a decade or so in order to converse with older members of the Prince's army.
  • Shrouded in Myth: He is regarded as something of a myth, with only Fuwalafuwalu's father claiming to have met him in living memory.
  • Squashed Flat: His "Oops!" unite attack with Viki sees her teleport him (accidently) upside down a few feet above the enemy. He crashes down, crushing them shell-first.
  • Super Toughness: Has very high base HP, Def, and Mdef, and his skills enhance them.
  • Translator Buddy: He acts as this for Byakuren, impressing on her the heroic nature of the Prince's cause, which helps to convince her to join.
  • Turtle Power: He has more HP, strength, luck, and magic defense than most characters.

    Byakuren 
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Chido Star

A serpent living in Ceras Lake.


  • Bond Creatures: Once recruited.
  • Combination Attack: Secret Crush, with Flail and Miroon.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: Once defeated, it is revealed she does not want to leave her home and so joins the Prince's cause, if you have Genoh or Levi recruited.
    • This doesn't stop her from occasionally disrupting Subala's fishing minigame, and no, you can't catch the giant snake with your fishing rod.
  • Friendly Rivalry: Being a female creature, she considers Miroon and Flail as her rivals in love.
  • Meaningful Name: Her name translates to "white lotus" from Japanese.
  • Monster Allies: A recruitable giant snake.
  • Sea Monster: A large snake that inhabits the Ceras Lake.
  • Stock Ness Monster: She's a giant, white serpent and has lived in the depths of Ceras Lake for over 100 years.
  • Snakes Are Sexy
  • Throwing Down the Gauntlet: She was understandably furious about her Ceras Lake home being drained, and attacks the Prince on the HQ jetty.

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