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Kenshi Masaki

Voiced by: Hiro Shimono (Japanese), Jason Liebrecht (English)
The younger half-brother of Masaki Tenchi, he has spent his entire life being "educated" in the Masaki household.

  • Accidental Pervert: True to his Masaki heritage, poor Kenshi always seems to end up in compromising situations with a variety of women.
  • The Ace: Thanks to his 'unique' upbringing, there is little to nothing that Kenshi can't do.
  • Almighty Janitor: Before Kenshi reveals that he's a Sacred Mechamaster, he manages to earn this kind of reputation as Lashara's servant.
  • Animal Motifs: Kenshi is constantly compared to the Koros, a cute squirrel-like creature with two tails.
  • Anti-Hero: Begins as a very mild Disney Anti-Hero; he does willingly take part in an attack on Lashara hoping to be returned home, but ultimately refuses to actually kill her when ordered. One Mook–Face Turn later, and he's fully on the side of the angels for the rest of the series.
  • Artificial Human: It is revealed by Naua that he is descended from one of the three artificial humans created by the Ancient Civilization to defeat Gaia, which was sent to another world as a last-ditch measure if the other two failed.
    • It is hinted that the artificial human in question may be his mother Rea, as a silhouette of her can be seen in episode 11.
      • The Tenchi Ban 13.8 doujinshi and the fourth Ryo-oki OVA series formally revealed that Kenshi's mother was that artificial human. She was found by Tenchi's mother and adopted into the Masaki clan before becoming Nobuyuki's second wife, explaining the previous revelations that confused the issue.
  • Badass Family: Although none of his more familiar relatives really appear, it's clear that he's learned a lot from them (even while he'd been overshadowed by them).
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Being The Ace, there is little that Kenshi can't do. That goes for both on and off the battlefield.
  • BFS: The Tenchi-ken, a sword made from a compressed mountain!
  • Big "NO!": Has said it four times during the series' run: one involving all the girls stripping him, two involving Mexiah and one involving Flora.
  • Boke and Tsukkomi Routine: The boke to Chiaia's tsukkomi.
  • Catchphrase: "I'm sorry!" (Usually when he's being scolded by Chiaia.)
  • Chaste Hero: He shows some signs of it, but we can't blame him; he just wants to go home.
  • Chekhov's Gun: Prior to him being sent to Geminar, Kenshi was hypnotized by Washu to ensure no one knows they have a spaceship (or any of their outer-space Magitek in that matter). This becomes important in the last episode when Chiaia promises to let him dig all the crystals he wants if he beats Gaia, causing him to form a Light-Hawk BFS and break through Gaia's impregnable armor.
  • Chick Magnet: Thank those good ol' Masaki genes.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Sure, he seems like an idiot at times, but when it comes to fighting, none can touch him.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: Lithia calls him "wild beast", which later becomes justified following her Noodle Incident with him.
  • Even the Guys Want Him: Ulyte seems a bit too friendly with Kenshi.
    • Subverted, since Ulyte had been turned as a child into one of the three ancient female dolls.
  • Fish out of Temporal Water: In the beginning. He gets better as the series progresses.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Animals tend to flock to him, especially the Koros, and King Shurifon himself notes that he's like a spirit of the forest, and when he passes through the forest seems to come alive with delight as if in the midst of Spring bloom.
  • Happy Ending Massage: Turns out his massages give the girls this feeling as an aftereffect, leaving them for hours if not longer hypersensitive and perched on the very edge of climax.
  • Healing Herb: Kenshi is surprisingly adept in finding all sorts of medicinal plants and herbs and even creating concoctions from them to help both Ultye and Lithia deal with their respective exhaustion. He's so skilled that Aura's own royal pharmacist is interested in how he makes these.
  • Horrifying Hero: When he gets into a Sacred Mechanoid in Episode 8, he mentally destroys the other Mechanoid pilots by showing how utterly screwed they are. When they think they lured him into a trap by making him retreat to the Colosseum, Kenshi pretty much acts as if he is the Xenomorph.
  • Kid Hero: Kenshi is 15, but looks and acts young enough to qualify.
  • Magnetic Hero: It's shown and discussed several times in the series that his influence catalyzes those around him into becoming better people and True Companions.
  • Meaningful Name: His given name means "Swordsman", referring to his Weapon of Choice.
  • Mistreatment-Induced Betrayal: In the first episode, he starts out serving the "Masked Knight" (Dagmyer) while trying to assassinate Lashara, in the hopes of getting home. Dagmyer tries to force Kenshi to do the dirty work he failed at, insults him at every opportunity, tries to have him killed when he outlived his usefulness, and adds insult to injury by admitting that he'd never intended to help Kenshi return home in the first place. A few minutes later, Dagmyer's offended that Kenshi decided to betray his "benefactor" and fight his way out of danger.
  • Mook Horror Show: Both in and out of his Sacred Mechanoid, Kenshi is a fearsome opponent...and that's before you piss him off.
  • Mundane Made Awesome: Kenishi uses his Super Strength, speed, and badassness to do chores around the school. A lot faster than the staff can handle (ex. by the time it took a maid to finish half her room cleanings, he finished the same number and came to help her). And that mosaic on the arc. While the three artisans are discussing how to replicate the original mosaic on one tower, Kenshi was already done.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: When he's first captured by Lashara, Kenshi plays dumb about his bosses out of honor. Fortunately, he figures out that his loyalty wasn't reciprocated.
  • Nature Hero: Even the elves are impressed by how well he knows his way in the forest.
  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: One-quarter human and one-quarter Jurian on his father's side, and half Artificial Human on his mother's side.
  • Normal Fish in a Tiny Pond: Back home, he was the runt of the Masaki family. On Geminar, he's practically invincible.
  • One-Man Army: Virtually the strongest single combatant in the series.
  • Paralyzing Fear of Sexuality: Anytime any girl shows a lot of interest in him and tries to flirt with him, expect him to run away as fast as possible.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Kenshi can cook, clean and kick your ass 12 ways to Sunday.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Red to Chiaia's blue.
  • Short Hair with Tail: Like his half-brother, he also sports this.
  • Spanner in the Works: He turns out to be this when he gave Ulyte his medicine. This extends his life to help him see his revenge through. This would result in Ulyte successfully kill Gaia before he permanently reverts to Rea.
  • Stock Light-Novel Hero: An established badass both as a pilot and as a normal combatant, gains a harem, and is in a different world other than his own? All Check.
  • Tyke-Bomb: A doujinshi released by series creator Masaki Kajishima, later confirmed in the Fourth season of Ryo-Ohki, revealed that Tenchi's family had deliberately raised Kenshi to prepare him to be sent to Geminar. Since he was never given any information about Geminar, he was ultimately The Unchosen One anyway.
  • Unlucky Everydude
  • Unwanted Harem: He gets A LOT of women wanting him, yet he usually flees in terror.
  • Unwitting Pawn: He was only used by Dagmyer to assassinate Lashara. Even Chiaia points it out during his brief imprisonment.

Lashara Earth XXVIII

Voiced by: Madoka Yonezawa (Japanese), Jad Saxton (English)
The twelve year old queen of Shtrayu, she is a member of the Student Council and Kenshi's prime benefactor during the series.

  • A Child Shall Lead Them: She's crowned as the ruler of Shtrayu in the first episode, but Babalun effectively controls the country while she's attending school in the Holy Land.
  • Cool Ship: The Swan.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold
  • Money Fetish: See below.
  • Ms. Vice Girl: She eagerly takes advantage of all the money and status she can get (especially what she can get because of Kenshi), but from the moment she spares Kenshi she shows a deep compassion for both him and Chiaia.
  • Ojou Ringlets
  • Phenotype Stereotype: Averted since she's a native of Geminar.
  • Please Don't Leave Me: Tells Kenshi this in episode 10 upon realizing that he is a free agent.
  • Quivering Eyes: In what's nearly a Freeze-Frame Bonus moment, when Kenshi visits her before making his decision in episode 10, her eyes shimmer with happiness until she covers by angrily calling him a fool.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Red to Chiaia's blue.
  • Royal "We": The Funimation English translations use this to translate her use of Keigo and the first-person pronoun "warawa".
  • Shout-Out: Her name is a reference to Lashara Moon and Photon Earth from Photon, another work from Kajishima.
  • The Woman Wearing the Queenly Mask: She's not the most regal personality in the world, but it's made clear that a lot of how she acts is because of the weight of responsibility she's had to bear.

Chiaia Flan

Voiced by: Natsuko Kuwatani (Japanese), Morgan Garrett (English)
Personal bodyguard to Queen Lashara, she is a Sacred Mechamaster and a childhood friend of Dagmyer.

Mexiah Flan

Voiced by: Ayumi Tsunematsu (Japanese), Jamie Marchi (English)
The elder sister of Chiaia, she is an instructor at the Holy Land Academy who appears to specialize in Sacred Mechamaster training, physical fitness, and combat techniques.

Maria Nanadan

Voiced by: Momoko Saito (Japanese), Tia Ballard (English)
Lashara's cousin and Princess of Havoniwa. She and Lashara have a rather strong rivalry.

  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: Flora.
  • Hime Cut
  • Icy Blue Eyes
  • Royal "We": Used in the Funimation streams to translate her use of Keigo. The English dub has her use "I" in contrast to Lashara.note 
  • Shipper on Deck: She fully supports her bodyguard Yukine's crush on Kenshi, and eagerly schemes to bring the pair closer (and humiliate Lashara in the process). This is also to get Kenshi to be her tenant.
  • Shout-Out: Her last name is a reference to Sir Papacharino Nanadan from Photon, one of Kajishima's works.

Yukine Mare

Voiced by: Mie Sonozaki (Japanese), Kristi Kang (English)
Maria's personal attendant and bodyguard. Yukine is also a Sacred Mechamaster and is shyly in love with Kenshi.

  • Animal Motifs: Her Sacred Mechamaster outfit features a butterfly on her back. Her Sacred Mechanoid also has a moth motif.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Shows up in the nick of time to prevent the Meteor Fall (which was hijacked by Cordyline and the bandits) from destroying the Swan in episode 10, giving Kenshi a chance to take out one of the reactors that was keeping it afloat.
  • Crush Blush: Practically every time she looks at Kenshi.
  • Cry Cute: In episode 6 after finding out that her bare breasts are pressing against Kenshi's chest (after being disrobed and pushed by Flora, no less), requiring both Lashara and Maria to comfort her afterwards. D'aww...
  • Foil: To Chiaia, as Maria's bodyguard.
  • Loves Me Not: Does this later in the series. When Marie asks what shes is doing, she desperately tries to hide the flower from her view.
  • Miko: She may not look it, but she comes from a long line of them back in her homeland who were able to communicate with the Goddess, just like Real Life mikos with the kami.
  • Rei Ayanami Expy: White-haired, stoic and dutiful, except for when she acts shy in the presence of the guy she's in love with.
  • Shrinking Violet: When it comes to Kenshi. When Maria stated she needs to go as far as possible with him, she was barely able to open her shirt halfway before collapsing from embarrassment.
  • The Stoic
  • Twice Shy: She is the only girl Kenshi shows a genuine attraction to, and they both can't stop blushing when next to each other.
  • Super Speed: Her Sacred Mechanoid has two jets on its back that allow her to travel at supersonic speeds, which played a key element in her Big Damn Heroes moment.
  • Tsurime Eyes

Wahanly Shume

Voiced by: Rie Nakagawa (Japanese), Cherami Leigh (English)
Daughter of Lord Naua and a member of the Barrier Workshop. Although also a Sacred Mechamaster, Wahanly is often seen piloting her steam-power Spider Tank inventions.

Lithia Po Cheena

Voiced by: Kana Oomura (Japanese), Caitlin Glass (English)
Daughter of the reigning Pope and Student Council President. Although she is a qualified Sacred Mechamaster, she is rarely depicted in the cockpit of one.

Aura Shurifon

Voiced by: Junko Noda (Japanese), Lydia Mackay (English)
A dark elf and Princess of Shurifon. A Sacred Mechamaster who sometimes serves with the security detail surrounding the Holy Land.

  • Always Second Best: To Kenshi, she is the only person in the series that has been able to keep up with Kenshi in both strength, fighting and even cooking, but he still outpaces her. Despite this she never shows any signs of jealousy to this.
  • Automatic Crossbow: Her ranged weapon of choice in a Sacred Mechanoid.
  • Braids of Action
  • Cooking Duel: She invokes this to solve a dispute between Lashara and Maria. It comes down to both herself and Kenshi as being the only contenders.
  • Dark-Skinned Blond: Has silver hair that borders on purple in some shots but still counts.
  • Luminescent Blush: Begins to sport this midway through the series whenever someone mentions Kenshi and her feelings.
  • Nature Lover: One of the many points with which she bonds with Kenshi on. She even gave him special permission to forage from her territory's forests, knowing that he would not upset the ecosystem. She's also the only one of the girls who didn't freak out when he showed them his 'ingredients' for his medicines and spices.
  • The Ojou: Princess of Shurifon
    • Despite her race being constantly referred to as 'Dark Elves', they are much closer in nature to being Wood Elves - living in harmony with their forests and seeing themselves as being their protectors.
  • Outdoorsy Gal: Despite being a very proper Princess, she prefers being outdoors and in her forests.
  • Pointy Ears: Par the course of being an Elf.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: Doesn't let being a Princess or her position on the Student Council stop her from helping out when she can, even in seemingly mundane matters.
  • The Stoic: Most of the time.
    • Not So Stoic: Notably during her weak period. She also displays a surprising amount of emotion for an Elf, though her father is of the extremely rare hot blooded variety... for Elves, at least.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Like all of her people, once a day for about an hour Aura loses most of her physical strength while her personality changes to something befitting a Distressed Damsel (This gets used as an excuse for some Rescue Romance Ship Tease with Kenshi, and a few laughs when she returns to normal).
  • Yamato Nadeshiko: She alternates between this and being a warrior, as is taught by the Holy Land.


     Holy Land Academy 


Voiced by: Yumiko Akaike (Japanese)
The perpetually smiling head of the Holy Land Academy. She was a teacher there when Queen Flora was still a student. The Principal also serves as the head of the student dorms.


Voiced by: Erika Sudo (Japanese), Karen Bright (English)
One of the main supervisors for the maintenance work crews, she has great influence over the backroom staff.


Voiced by: Tiaki Kanoh (Japanese), Trina Nishimura (English)
One of the supervisors for maintaining the cleanliness of the student dorms. Kenshi was first assigned to her work crew.

Yeliss, Bwoole, Gryno, and Wreda

Yeliss voiced by: Aki Unone (Japanese), Lindsay Seidel (English)
Bwoole voiced by: Yukiko Akaike (Japanese), Allison Sumrall (English)
Gryno voiced by: Ayano Ishikawa (Japanese), Ryan Reynolds (English)
Wreda voiced by: Eri Taruta (Japanese), Michelle Rojas (English)
Four upperclassmen often encountered by Kenshi and company. They are not quite as nice to their underclassmen as they to Kenshi.

Lapis Larz

Voiced by: Hiromi Konno (Japanese), Alexis Tipton (English)
Lithia's aide, she was introduced as a victim of bullying by her upperclassmen.

Ceres Taito

Voiced by: Takayuki Sasada (Japanese), Josh Grelle (English)
A male Sacred Mechamaster from a humble background, he is the only male seikishi who is not part of the male seikishi clique in Kenshi's class and treats Kenshi well.

  • Beta Couple: With Hazuki.
  • Forced into Evil: Cliff from Dagmyer's faction captures him after he elopes with Hazuki, and forces him to become a suicide bomber aimed at Kenshi.
  • Morality Pet: Episode 6 establishes its characters' moral bona-fides by their reaction to him trying to meet with Hazuki. Kenshi agrees to keep quiet as soon as he hears, tries to arrange for the pair to escape together, and asks his harem to do the same. They agree, with various degrees of reluctance, because of Kenshi. Dagmyer, who overheard Ceres explaining to Kenshi, dismisses him as a wuss for not taking what he wants, but keeps quiet. On the other hand, Cordyline is introduced helping smuggle Ceres to his rendezvous, but reveals that she's planning to kidnap and sell him.
  • Star-Crossed Lovers: Again, with Hazuki, because of his status as a Sacred Mechamaster. This later becomes defied upon joining the Swan (now under Kenshi's leadership).


Babalun Mesut

Voiced by: Hiroki Yasumoto (Japanese), R. Bruce Elliott (English)
Prime minister of Shtrayu who is openly suspected of attempting to assassinate Lashara.

  • Big Bad: The Regent for Life of Shtrayu, and the man that both Dagmyer and Ulyte answer to.
  • Drunk on the Dark Side: Babalun gets a little too exited once he gains control of Gaia during the finale.
  • Large Ham: If you think his monologue in episode 8 after the Sacred Mechalord Gaia was revived was enough.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning
  • Regent for Life: Is introduced acting as Shtrayu's head of state until Lashara comes of age, but is plotting to take over permanently by one method or another.

Dagmyer Mesut

Voiced by: Takuya Sato (Japanese), Duncan Brannan (English)
Son of Babalun, he is an arrogant male Sacred Mechamaster who is often shown to be a lot less capable than he thinks he is.

  • A Glass in the Hand: As a sign he's starting to come out of his Villainous Breakdown late in the series, he smashes a glass to shards with his fist, bloodying his fingers.
  • Char Clone: A sociopathic blond Mechamaster, who is introduced wearing a mask.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: In episode 11 where he accepted Cliff's heinous plan to lure in (and eventually kill) Kenshi by using Ceres as bait by strapping a reactor set to overload strapped to the back of his Sacred Mechanoid. He showed some disgust in the plan, but hesitantly accepted in hopes of it succeeding, even if it means having to kill another Sacred Mechamaster.
  • Freak Out: Has a massive one after his second fight with Kenshi. He locks himself in his room and doesn't leave it for several episodes.
  • Idiot Ball: In the first episode, Dagmyer is given the task to kill Lashara. He fails to accomplish this despite having two of the most powerful characters in the series, Kenshi and Doll, with him on the mission. While Kenshi failed to kill Lashara, he successfully disabled their Seikishis. Despite this, upon his return Dagmyer is more interested in soothing his bruised ego by ordering Kenshi's death as a traitor than launching a second attack with his obviously superior forces. The execution not only fails but his betrayal only succeeds in spurring Kenshi to defect to Lashara's side. If Dagmeyr had been slightly more humble, level-headed and capable the story would have ended much sooner.
  • I Lied: Best not to trust him to uphold his end of any barging he makes with you.
    • Told Kenshi he would send him back to his world is he killed Lashara, though he planned to either let him get killed in the attempt or when he made it back as he had no way to actually send him back.
    • Forced Ceces to be a suicide bomber and stated he would let his girlfriend go if he did. After they believe him to be dead from his suicide attack, they suggested selling her as a Sex Slave.
    • Promised the Ronin a title for helping with his plan. But he just used them as a human shield when the countries retaliated.
  • Likes Older Women: Apparently he has a thing going on with Cordyline. It didn't last long.
  • Manipulative Bastard
  • Oh, Crap!: When his cohorts think Kenshi is running away, he sees that he is actually running towards a Sacred Mechanoid and knows how screwed they are if he makes it to it.
  • Overlord Jr.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: His name isn't small, but his ego is much bigger than he thinks he is. Both Ulyte and his father both acknowledge this.
  • The Resenter: He becomes more fearful and resentful of Kenshi as time passes, and it shows.
  • Unlucky Childhood Friend: To Chiaia — although she's attracted to him, the rules forbidding male and female Sacred Mechamasters dating freely kept them apart (Ultimately, the problem was Dagmyer's inferiority complex).
  • Villain Decay
  • Villainous Breakdown: Dagmyer has one spanning most of the series due to growing fear and resentment of Kenshi. It culminates in a Freak Out and complete mental collapse in episode 11 after Kenshi goes berserk in his Sacred Mechanoid, brutally kills one of his comrades, and nearly does the same to Dagmyer, scaring him shitless.
  • Villainous Valour: His duel with Kenshi in the final episode is made of this trope. He's still hopelessly outmatched, but he faces his fears head-on and meets defeat with honor.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Dagmyer wants to change the status quo because he's sick of being treated like a stud horse. Too bad he's doing this by following Babalun's orders.

Ulyte Mesut

Voiced by: Tatsuhisa Suzuki (Japanese), J. Michael Tatum (English)
Brother of Babalun and an instructor in the Holy Land Academy. He has a weak constitution and often has to rest after exerting himself.


Voiced by: Mai Goto (Japanese), Monica Rial (English)
A mysterious Sacred Mechamaster working for Babalun.

Neizai One

Voiced by: Ayumi Tsunematsu (Japanese), Martha Harms (English)
A masked woman who appears to serve as one of Babalun's agents and as one of his Sacred Mechamasters.

  • Cool Mask: She wears a White Mask of Doom, and even has a mask on her Sacred Mechanoid.
  • Enigmatic Minion: She's part of Babalun's faction, but seems to answer only to Ulyte.
  • Good All Along: Much like Ulyte.
  • Ninja: She obeys several of the tropes, especially when she talks to Ulyte from an unseen location.
  • Pet the Dog: She seems to have a soft spot for both Kenshi and Emera, and will reward those that help them with useful-if-cryptic information, or well-timed assistance from the shadows.
  • Spy Catsuit: Wears a black Latex Spacesuit with blue accents, along with a full facemask.

Cliff Cleese

Voiced by: Kenji Takahashi (Japanese), Jerry Jewell (English)
Dagmyer's sidekick, he is often portrayed as far less moral than Dagmyer himself, even to the point of firing his Sacred Mechanoid rifle at fleeing students For the Evulz.


Voiced by: Takayuki Sasada (Japanese), Joel McDonald (English)
One of Dagmyer's minions who is often seen playing chess against Dagmyer.


Voiced by: Hiroshi Miyazaki (Japanese), Ian Sinclair (English)
One of Dagmyer's lackeys.

Cordyline and Lan

Voiced by: Akina Abe (Cordyline) and Rie Kugimiya (Lan) (Japanese), Stephanie Young (Cordyline) and Brina Palencia (Lan) (English)
Cordyline is the leader of a troupe of bandits with her daughter Lan as her second in command.


Voiced by: Hyo-sei (Japanese), Shelley Calene-Black (English)
A Sacred Mechamaster who serves as Dagmyer's faithful attendant. She often provides a voice of conscience but it usually ignored.


The strongest Sacred Mechalord created by the Ancient Civilization and the being responsible for its downfall.


Mahya, Angela, and Vanessa

Voiced by: Eri Taruta (Mahya), Ayano Ishikawa (Angela) and Aki Unone (Vanessa) (Japanese), Leah Clark (Angela) and Brittney Karbowski (Vanessa) (English)
Mahya is Lashara's head attendant assisted by Angela and Vanessa.

Rea Second/Neizai One

Voiced by: Akina Abe (Japanese)
A Church Inspector sent to be the liaison between the Church and the crew of the Swan.

Flora Nanadan

Voiced by: Miyu Matsuki (Japanese), Colleen Clinkenbeard (English)
Queen of Havoniwa and mother of Maria. She is champion martial artist and Lashara's aunt.

  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: To the point both Maria and Lashara dread having to deal with her and pretty much the only thing the two agree on.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Not only can she switch from a ditzy hedonist to a formidable political leader (and back) in seconds, she's an old Seikishi ace who's able to pilot a Mechaworker like a pro the first time she gets to see a prototype (to Wahan's shock).
  • The Hedonist: Like Mexiah, but taken Up to Eleven.
  • Power Is Sexy: She was already very flirty with Kenshi before, but becomes extremely attracted to him after seeing him pilot a Sacred Mechanoid.
  • Shipper on Deck: Ships Yukine with Kenshi, as well as Maria and even herself. She has even said that if Kenshi wanted to have children with all three of them, that would also be acceptable.

Naua Flan

Voiced by: Kenji Takahashi (Japanese), Christopher Sabat (English)
The father of Mexiah and Chiaia, he runs the Barrier Workshop.

King Shurifon

Voiced by: Kenji Takahashi (Japanese), John Swasey (English)
Aura's father, he is the Dark Elf king of Shurifon.


Voiced by: Shingo Saito (Japanese), Jerry Russell (English)
The Head of the Church, he serves as a unifying force between the nations.


Voiced by: Rie Hosoya (Japanese), Emily Neves (English)
A Sacred Mechamaster serving the Trible Royal Court, she is Lithia's predecessor as Student Council President.

Alternative Title(s): Isekai No Seikishi Monogatari


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