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Main Characters (Twenty-Fifth Bam) | Organizations (FUG, Wolhaiksong) | Regulars (First Batch, Second Batch, Third Batch, Fourth Batch, Fifth Batch) | Rankers | Irregulars | Jahad Empire (Princesses of Jahad, 13 Month Series) | Floor Guardians | Others
The Princesses of Jahad, or rather Daughters, are adopted females that have, through arduous exams, proven themselves worthy of receiving Jahad's blood, giving them more power. They represent Jahad. They are the only one's allowed to carry the name of Jahad, as he has no children of his ownnote .
- Amazon Brigade: Well, yeah. Even the ones who aren't Rankers have skills you do not want to underestimate.
- Action Girl: Most are this played very straight indeed. Even the exception to the rule, Repelista, kicks mental ass even though she never budges out her Lighthouse.
- The Beautiful Elite: Every princess seen or mentioned is depicted or described by onlookers as incredibly beautuful. Given that they are all adopted daughters being used to distract the public, this could be as important of a requirement as being strong.
- The Cake Is a Lie: Princesses selected to wield a weapon from the 13 Month series are expected to collect the remaining weapons. Any princess who possesses all the 13 weapons will be given the honor to marry Jahad. Unfortunately, Jahad has no intention of marrying anyone and rigged the competition so that nobody will ever win it. He will use any means necessary to prevent any princess from collecting all thirteen weapons.
- Celibate Hero: Enforced. The princesses are forbidden from having relationships with men to prevent the power of Jahad from being spread. The original Anaak Jahad broke that rule and years later, she was executed along with her lover. Her daughter is being hunted as a fugitive.
- Evil Plan: When Jahad locked the door to the 135th floor, many of his subjects were unhappy with his decision. Jahad took one half of the key to the 135th floor and had the 13 month series forged from it. To distract his subjects, Jahad heeded Po Bidau Gustang's suggestion to establish the Princesses of Jahad group. From Jahad's view, the group is nothing more than a dynamic and vicious security system to prevent all 13 weapons from being united.
- Gilded Cage: The downside to being a Princess: you give up a lot of everyday, personal freedoms. Even beyond the whole "thou shall not date, mess about with the opposite sex, marry or bear offspring" raft of rules, there are other contractual shackles hinted at. Heck, you also have to deal with the more mundane hells of the media and fan attention with the resultant loss of privacy on top of the special bloodline commandments. Some can't hack it all and wind up cracking.
- High Turnover Rate: The selection process is brutal, but it doesn't stop there. Just earning the Jahad name gets you a target on your chest with inter-clan rivalries taking a toll on the pre-Regular and Regular Princesses. Even earning Ranker and finalising your claim to the name doesn't stop the attrition rate, even though it significantly decreases.
- In-Series Nickname: The Princesses of Jahad are among the strongest, most talented, and beautiful women in the tower. But King Jahad does not love them and forbids them from forming relationships with men or having children under penalty of death. As a result, they are known as the King's shoes in the display case.—to be admired from afar, but never worn.
- Let's You and Him Fight: Poe Bidau Gustang proposed the system for talented females to compete against each other and gather the 13 Months series for the privilege of being Jahad's spouse, with all the prestige and power such a position would logically grant. However, the system is rigged to never have a conclusion due to the first Princess having cursed the 13 Months and forced the first generation to kill each other. As time passed, the competition got distorted and the relationships between the families deteriorated to the point that by the time of Garam Jahad being chosen as a candidate, everybody seems to have forgotten the original goal and are purely focused on killing each other. Even if it wasn't, Jahad is uninterested in loving anyone else save his first love, and was responsible for rigging the game in the first place.
- Praetorian Guard: Part of their role is to protect Jahad and keep a watch over the system he put in place.
- Rebellious Princess: You'd be surprised how many princesses have other plans for the system. Yuri, Endorsi, and Garam in particular like to act out against Jahad.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: A Princess who doesn't lift her weight won't remain one.
- Statuesque Stunner: Ha Yuri, Khun Maschenny, and Adori are about six feet tall.
Ha Yuri Jahad
Voiced by: Mariko Honda (Japanese), Kira Buckland (English)
Tower Position: Fisherman
Rank: Top 500
The first Jahad Princess to be introduced. Breaking the rules and following her own agenda is pretty much the standard for her. Hailing from the Great Ha Family, she's on good terms with most people she knows and socializes pretty easy. She also drags her guide, Evan, all over the Tower.
After heading down to the 1st Floor, Yuri plants her foot in Bam's face, and then lends him her powerful Black March weapon because she felt Headon's 1st Floor test was unfair. They follow after Bam to the 2nd Floor, but are unable to catch up to him in time due to suddenly disappearing from the Tower all-together. While on the 2nd Floor however, Yuri manages to save Anaak and Endorsi from a Ranker assassin that came to kill the two girls.
Some time later after learning about Bam surviving passed the 2nd Floor, Yuri takes Evan along to discover what truly happened to him, and manages to finally reunite with Bam on the D-rank area's Hell Train. Here, Yuri learns that Bam was forced to become a Slayer Candidate for FUG, who took him away on the 2nd Floor under everyone's noses, but instead of taking her anger out on FUG, she decides to go along with Bam's wish to ride the Hell Train up to the forbidden 43rd Floor known as the Floor of Death in order to help Bam find answers as to who he really is.
Yuri provides Bam an assignment at the 39th Floor's Name Hunt Station to steal away the station leader, Kaiser's, name in order for Bam to prove to Yuri that he's ready to take on the 43rd Floor.
- Action Girl: Comes with the turf, as she's a Princess and one of the very strong-willed and battle competent Ha family.
- Berserk Button: Really doesn't like it when it looks like her opponent isn't taking her seriously. Especially doesn't like it if they use the Jahad name in vain while they're doing so.
- Big Damn Heroes: Ren is so screwed.
- Brought Down to Badass: Her shinsu has been nullified on two occasions- by Karaka and Hell Joe, and all that's done is make her opponents impressed by her sheer physical ability without using shinsuu.
- Covert Pervert: Everybody sees her as the great Princess. Nobody knows she's totally into that cute, little naïve boy who doesn't know what's happening around him.
- Comedic Sociopathy: Jumping onto people's faces and throwing your friends down cliffs is not very nice, Lady Yuri.
- Charles Atlas Superpower: She is a member of the Ha Family, who all possess incredibly powerful bodies.
- Cool Big Sis: She's not supposed to be helping either Anaak or Endorsi out at all. But, in a very Tough Love kind of way, she's got their backs. As far as she's concerned, they're family: however disgraced they may be, or whatever the factional politics is like today.
- Dub Name Change: Like the rest of the Ha, Yuri's original surname is changed to Sanada for the Japanese translation, making her Sanada Yuri Jahad.
- Dynamic Entry: In her first meeting with Bam.
- Finger Poke of Doom: One strong enough to cleave a massive gash into the ground.
- Hero with Bad Publicity: Nicknamed the "Tower's Effenberg," which refers to her aggressive, volatile, and outspoken personality.
- Her reputation got a bit better after retrieving the Green April, but it is more akin to begrudging recognition of her rather than real respect.
- I Will Find You: Even after nearly a decade has gone by since she first met him, Yuri is still looking for Bam despite everyone, including the Jahad Family's chief Guide, telling her it was a lost cause. And, wouldn't you know it, she not only can find the guy, but can also manufacture ways to bump into him, too.
- Like Father, Like Son: She has a personality similar her great-grandmother Ha Yurin.
- Mysterious Past: With Lero-Ro.
- No-Sell: Much like Bam, she has an exceptionally high amount of resistance to Shinsu. This is not a surprising trait to find within the Ha Family, but Yuri multiplies it.
- She tanks everything Karaka throws at her, even his 'damage reversal' technique, all without taking a lick of damage. Oh yes, and Karaka happens to be a FUG Slayer so he's not just anyone.
- Older Than They Look: Has been around for at quite a while by our standards.
- Nosebleed: Since Bam is a total hottie.
- Rebellious Princess: Screw the rules, she has last minute whims! And, a longer-term, likely rather strategic, straining against the rules her apparently reckless, random impulsiveness helps to hide. She actually became a princess for the purpose of becoming a rebellious one, and eventually goes full on traitor against Jahad.
- Rebel Leader: Though she still plays by the rules, superficially at least, she's also was present for the founding of the Wingtree organization and seems to have supported Anaak's mother in her decision to marry. Not to mention she's rather more supportive of a certain FUG-linked Irregular than she should properly be.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: Red to Evan's blue.
- Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: With Evan.
- Tomboy Princess: Doesn't particularly dress like one, but there's only one way to describe how she acts...
- Too Clever by Half: When push comes to shove, she knows how to play the political game with appropriate cunning and ruthlessness. Ren, for example, learned this the hard way. Problem is, her can-do attitude can dump her in hot water by making her overshoot the target. As Evan helpfully keeps trying to remind her, despite knowing he's going to get ignored.
See Main Characters.
Lilial & Shilial Jahad
Twin Jahad's Princesses from the Lo Po Bia Family who first appeared at Name Hunt Station. They worked with Kaiser in an attempt to disrupt Endorsi's climb up the Tower, but are forced to retreat after Kaiser had been defeated. Lilial & Shilial together make the final top-3 D-rank alongside Sachi and Kaiser.
- Alliterative Name: Between the two of them, Lilial and Shilial.
- Arc Villain: Alongside Kaiser, the Lo Po Bia twins served as this for the 39th Floor's Name Hunt Station arc, but retreated from said Floor after Bam managed to defeat Kaiser.
- The Bet: They make a bet with Endorsi to steal away Kaiser's name at Name Hunt Station with the reward being that the Lo Po Bia Family will lay off their continued hunt for Anaak. Endorsi ultimately loses the bet since she not only lost her duel to Kaiser, Bam also ended up resolving the situation by freeing Kaiser from the station.
- Cool Sword: Shilial fights with a sword-like needle.
- Coordinated Clothes: As twins, they both wear the same clothing.
- Curtains Match the Window: Pink-hair with pink-eyes for Shilial. Lilial started off with yellow-hair with yellow-eyes but was later illustrated to have blue eyes, and has been blue ever since.
- Dark Action Girl: Both of them somehow manage to be the strongest of the top-3 D-rank Regulars and they are implied to be of a level similar to Kaiser.
- Facial Markings: Shilial has some sort of black tattoo underneath her left eye.
- Girlish Pigtails: The hair-style for Lilial.
- The Plan: In addition to trying to stop Endorsi's Tower climb, the twins also attempt to defeat Viole so that the Lo Po Bia Family would have the glory of defeating a FUG Slayer Candidate.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: Lilial is the aggressive Red to Shilial's calm Blue.
- The Rival: Both can be seen as such for Endorsi given that the twins are fellow Jahad Princesses. However, Lilial has the much stronger case.
- Lilial is seen as one for Endorsi due to the former wanting to defeat Viole so that she can obtain glory for her Lo Po Bia Family by defeating FUG's newest Slayer Candidate.
- Shilial can be seen as one for Hatz due to their similar means of combat fighting with swords.
- Single-Minded Twins: So far, apart from a few details in their design, they serve pretty much the same role in the story.
- Take a Third Option: Instead of siding with either Arie Rose Jahad or Hendrock Gladmerry Jahad's factions, like Shibisu formerly assumed, it is revealed that they are actually siding with Khun Maschenny Jahad, a top 100 High Ranker.
- Tomboyish Ponytail: The hair-style for Shilial.
Mother of Anaak who, despite being a chosen Princess, went against the law of King Jahad to start a family.
- Action Mom: She was strong enough to become a Ranker, and have the Green April given to her as a reward for her effort. She then becomes a mother.
- Cute Monster Girl: A cute green lizard woman
- Defector from Decadence: Left the Jahad family to marry and have a child with her lover.
- Happily Married: Despite the constant complaints about Anaak's father in the flashback she is shown in and their seemingly never ending arguing, Anaak states her mom was happy.
- Lizard Folk: A green Lizard
- Posthumous Character: Died in the past to make sure that her daughter wouldn't get caught by Jahad's agents.
- Pregnant Badass: Got pregnant with a daughter that she also named Anaak.
- Rebellious Princess: Went against the most powerful organization in the entire Tower to marry and have a child.
- Retired Badass: Went into hiding after breaking Jahad's rule to start a family
- Tsundere: Shows signs of Type A in a flashback, wherein she spends most of it bemoaning her marriage and insulting her husband, but it's fairly obvious she loves the man. Anaak states the only bad thing that ever happened to her mother was his death.
Khun Maschenny Jahad
Tower Position: Fisherman, Lightning User
Rank: Top 100
The owner of Yellow May, and the only Princess of the Khun family to have obtained one of the 13 Months. Her biological father is Edahn. She is from the sane branch family as Khun Ran, and taught him some of her techniques.
She is a powerful High Ranker (within the top 100), assisted in the capture of Eurasia Enne Jahad (the sealed rank 7), and devised a powerful technique that allows one to take the position of Spear Bearer without any physical spears. Perhaps fittingly, she is actually more suited to the Spear Bearer role, instead of Fisherman.
Maschenny made a bet with Yuri in the Name Hunt Station arc, staking Yellow May for Green April to accomplish a currently unknown objective.
She also has data within the Hidden Floor, having cleared the Hell Train at a very young age. She is much more modest than her current self and worshipful of her father. She was defeated by the data of Jahad along with her siblings near the climax of the arc.
- The Ace: She's a High Ranker, is Khun Edahn's favourite child and was also one of the princesses that helped to take down Enne Jahad. Maschenny is also the sole Princess from the Khun family to have been granted one of the Thirteen Months (Yellow May).
- Aloof Big Sister: To Khun, most likely, as there are hundreds of children in the Khun family and she is much older than him, after all. She's a minor subversion of this with her full brother, Khun Ran, to whom she taught some of her techniques.
- Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: Of course, being a High Ranker as well as in the top 100 of all Rankers, she can back it up.
- Art Evolution: Her designs from her first appearance - prologue of Season Two - and from her latest share some similarities, like the wider than usual eyes, but the levels of detail are so different they may as well be two different people.
- Badass Bystander: For at least the early stages of the Battle of the Nest, Maschenny - Top 100 High Ranker, owner of Yellow May and Princess of Jahad - has been content with sitting back and letting the military deal with the Irregular and his allies.
- Big "SHUT UP!": To Repelista's guards.
- Blood Knight: Wants to ignite a massive war in the Tower, and admits that she's probably a nut that can't live without fighting.
- The Chessmaster: Maschenny is as much of a planner as her half-brother Aguero - she's just far more subtle about it. As she confesses to Ha Jinsung, her ultimate goal is to use Baam to incite a Tower-spanning war, the likes of which have not been seen ever since Jahad became king. In order to do so, she has been playing a part in events behind the scenes ever since, at the very least, the Name Hunt Station arc. Just as she planned, her capture of Jinsung caused an army of FUG supporters - including Baam himself - to attack the Nest where he is being kept, which, as many characters have pointed out, may mark the beginning of open struggle between Jahad's supporters and his enemies. Without ever seeing the Irregular face to face, Maschenny is getting everything she wants from him.
- Curtains Match the Window: As befits a child of the Khun family, both her eyes and hair are light blue.
- Hidden Depths: Her data self professed to desiring to fight Jahad, however because she is a Princess she can never fight him. It was only in the Hidden Floor she could do this. Whether she still has this desire as a High Ranker on the outside is unknown.
- Lady of War: A proud, elegant Princess of Jahad with the power that comes with her status, dressed in blue gowns while forming Lightning Spears as her weapons.
- Mysterious Employer: Sort of, to the Lo Po Bia twins: for yet unknown reasons, Maschenny elected to ally herself to the Regular princesses. This relationship, as well as why it exists, remains to be explored.
- One Steve Limit: Averted. She shares her name with her mother, who's also named Maschenny.
- The Proud Elite: One of the highest Ranker members of the Khun Family, and she's proud to show it.
- Rebellious Princess: When King Jahad declares war, she personally heads an army, supposedly to kill one of FUG's most important members, but lets him wipe out that army so that she can warn him about what Jahad is up to in private. Of course, she isn't really on his side either. She claims her main motive is as a Blood Knight that wants to coerce all the powers in the Tower into fighting a big war.
- Shock and Awe: She is an expert in the Lightning Spear techniques.
- Suicidal Overconfidence: Has been warned by Jinsung about this: the ancient beasts she wants to face and the battles she wants to experience are a far cry from the fairy tale versions she has been fed from books and stories. Whether or not he's right is yet to be seen.
- True Blue Femininity: She does not fit the whole "fair and gentle" personality oft seen in the trope, making her a subversion.
- Underestimating Badassery: Another thing Ha Jinsung warns her of: there's no way she, or anyone else for the matter, can know exactly what Baam will become. Maschenny doesn't listen, and proceeds to use him as a pawn in her plans anyway.
- The Un-Reveal: Hundreds of chapters after the fact, it remains a mystery the reason she visited princess Repelista way back in the Season Two prologue.
- Victory Is Boring: Maschenny believes that the current Age of Coexistence is boring and must be ended. Thing is, as Jinsung himself pointed out, she never actually experienced the opposite - as a child of the Khun family and a Princess of Jahad, she has been part of the winning side from the beginning. He warns her that the ancient battles she claims to thirst for are not at all as they are described in the stories, and that if she plays with fire, she may end up getting burned herself.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Like the rest of the Khun family, blue hair.
Khun Maria Jahad
Khun Aguero's younger half-sister, who due to his scheming, became a Jahad Princess at the cost of his family branch's position. He found that the result left a big hole, even though he did it with the best intentions. Khun regarded her as a pure being untainted by the intrigues in the noble families.
- Adaptational Jerkass: In the comic, while there were rumors of Khun AA being used by her (technically not false; it's complicated), the emotional blowback from him making her a Jahad Princess was due to his own habit of losing sight of what he wants over what he thinks would be best, not anything Maria did. His internal monologue even states that he wanted to climb the Tower with her. In the anime however, Khun's near-meltdown in Hansung's door test, him telling Rachel that he had experience with suspicious women, and Hatzling straight up calling him Maria's stepstool all point to Maria straight up betraying him at some point. TL;DR: In the comic, Maria is compared to Bam, while in the anime, Maria is compared to Rachel.
- BrotherSister Incest: Rumor has it that her and Khun have feelings for one another. Though they are only half-brother and sister.
- Incorruptible Pure Pureness: To Khun at least, considering that she's got angel wings in the side-material piece featuring her and Khun.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: The tips of her hair are blue.
Jaina Repelista Jahad
A Princess who is an oddity among her fellows because she has no interest in climbing the Tower and has no rank.
Despite this, she is in possession of one of the three Opera Lighthouses, constantly over-seeing the flow of information of the Tower. Yuri asked her to find Bam, a task she agreed to perform if she received one of Zigena's flowers. After informing Yuri of Bam's whereabouts, she also provided Yuri with one of the Hell Train's tickets.
She is eagerly awaiting the return of the Prince of Jahad, and is unwilling to leave her room until he returns.
- Big Brother Is Watching: Not a malevolent example, but she uses her Lighthouse to spy on everything occurring in the the Tower.
- The Chessmaster: She uses her Opera this way. For instance, it's implied that she was the one behind Bam's encounter with Mazino, since she seems to have asked Yuri to get her the child of Zigena, knowing Yuri would ask Mazino and that this would lead him to meet Bam.
- Gamer Chick: Has been playing games in each of her appearances, and references everything in terms of a game.
- Really 700 Years Old: A Lost in Translation case, but Yuri refers to Repel as "unni"- the Korean honorific for older sister when used between sisters, meaning that Repel has to be over 600 years old, at least.
Tower Position: Fisherman
The strongest active princess and captain of Jahad's Royal Guard. Wielder of the Golden November, the only S-rank weapon among the 13 Months.
Despite being tied with Enne Jahad for strongest of Jahad's princesses as well as captain of Jahad's Royal Guard, she has no notable achievements or accomplishments to her name, nor does she like to participate in active duty as she does not like wandering around. She was appointed captain regardless because she was so powerful.
Even before becoming a Ranker, she was capable of defeating a Ranker and overwhelmed Garam Jahad in less than 100 years of becoming a Ranker. In the few fights she's been in with Rankers, she effortlessly overwhelmed them all. She is known to be a cold and quiet person, with little care for the affairs in the Tower.
- The Ace: As powerful as Enne Jahad but with none of the mental instability that lead to her downfall. Also considered she is the most beautiful princess but not one of the most beautiful woman in the Tower.
- Alternative Calendar: Her age pretty much functions as this for observant readers. In a series where immortality is taken for granted by pretty much everyone, she is the character with the oldest confirmed age in the setting. While there are many characters who we can safely assume are older than her, such as Jahad or the 10 Great Warriors, none of their ages have been given. Her age and whether she was active in an event are the only tools readers have of grasping the true age of the older and more powerful characters.
- Asskicking Equals Authority: She is the captain of Jahad's Royal Guards.
- Even the Girls Want Her: She has a multitude of male and female fans due to her golden hair and beautiful face.
- The Magnificent: Adori was given the sobriquet "Killer Whale" since Killer Whales are the strongest Shinheuh in the Tower.
- Mysterious Past: What makes her stand out among her peers is that usually Princesses are selected from one of the Ten Families. Adori does not have this advantage, yet still is overwhelmingly powerful compared to her peers. Along with this, she is noted to have secrets in her private life and as a result nobody knows her true self.
- Really 700 Years Old: If her profile is to be believed, she's over 5000 years old.
Eurasia Enne Jahad
Tower Position: Fisherman
An infamous Jahad Princess that is considered a genius due to her being the daughter Eurasia Blossom and Poe Bidau Gustang, meaning that Enne is one born from two direct Great Family Lines. At first, Enne was admired by many as one who was showing potential as the Princess that could end the Jahad Princess competition. However, discovering the truth as to why said competition exists led to her going insane, and began slaughtering any member of the Jahad Family she came across.
In the current day, the insane Enne has been sealed away in a mysterious labyrinth alongside her 13 Month Series weapon, the Colorless December.
- Ax-Crazy: After learning the truth of the competition between the Princesses, she began to behave oddly and began to attack members of the Jahad family irregularly. Because of the nature of the competition, it wasn't considered unusual for Princesses to kill each other, but after she disappeared with two of the 13 Months, Jahad put his foot down and ordered her capture. However, it is questionable if Enne really went insane or if it was a cover story made by the Jahad family.
- Broken Ace: Enne is a High Ranker and is tied with Adori Jahad as the strongest Princess and non-Irregular in the Tower. She is also one of four Princesses in-universe that have possessed more than one 13 Month Series weapon at a time.note However, she snapped after reading Arlene's diary and confronting Jahad about it.
- Lamarck Was Right: Enne is the daughter of Eurasia Blossom and Poe Bidau Gustang, two of the 10 Great Warriors and also two of the most powerful Wave Controllers in the Tower. She is ranked higher than both of them.
- The Magnificent: Known as the Great White Shark. After Jahad put out an order for her (and Garam Jahad's) capture, she decided to go on the run instead of hiding (like Garam). She knocked down Jahad's men and killed many of the Rankers who chased her, including two other Princesses; overall it took a whole host of Rankers and several Jahad's Princesses (including Maschenny Jahad) to capture her. There's even a rumour that Jahad himself interfered.
A Jahad Princess who went missing a millennia ago around the same time as the "Eurasia Enne Jahad" incident. After killing a fellow Princess and taking her 13-Month weapon, Garam went into hiding on the 43rd Floor of Death, and hasn't been seen since. Her reasons for doing so are because she's sick of being a part of the Tower after it had been reduced to such a poor state.
In the present, Garam continues to remain on the Floor of Death where she acts as Ms. Exposition when she meets Bam. Along with Yuri, she is one of only other Jahad Princesses to have two 13-Month series weapons at the same time.
- The Beastmaster: Tamed one of the 43rd Floor of Death's giant Winged Beasts.
- Color-Coded Characters: He's heavily associated with the color blue. Both of her 13 Month weapons are along the blue side of the color spectrum (Indigo July and Blue August), her title is "Princess of the Deep-Colored Sea", and her hair is a silvery blue.
- Infodump: In two ways. Firstly, she bombards Bam (and the reader) with walls of necessary text. Secondly, she literally dumps a vital data source right in his hands with minimum preamble. It's justified because she's not got much time to get Bam up to speed on everything. And, there's a huge amount to get up to speed on.
- In-Universe Nickname: Named the Winged Beast she tamed as "Yadu".
- The Magnificent: Princess of the Deep Colored Sea. Her actual sobriquet is Mako Shark.
- Ms. Exposition: She explains to Bam the truth behind the Jahad Princess competition, as well as the boy's origins.
- Metaphorically True: Unfortunately, she's well aware she's pulling this. Part of the problem is that there is just so much to tell in a relatively short time, some of it is highly emotionally charged (and therefore distinctly uncomfortable to straightforwardly relate) for both her and Bam... and, she has a teensy bit of an agenda.
- Rebellious Princess: Garam deserted the Jahad Family after discovering the truth about why the Tower is currently in such a poor state, especially after the Enne Jahad incident.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Light-blue hair.