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The Kingdom of Liberl is one of the smallest countries of Zemuria, neighboring the two massive superpowers of the Erebonia Empire and the Republic of Calvard. Despite that, they can hold their own in military conflicts, with its powerful Royal Guard and its recent and new invention: Airships.
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The country is ruled by the Queen of Liberl, which is a member of the von Auslese Family since decades, and her power are shared amongst the higher-ups of the military, making it a constitutional monarchy. Its current Queen is Alice von Auslese, with her heir being her granddaughter Klaudia von Auslese also known as her alias Kloe Rinz during her time as a companion of Estelle and Joshua Bright, who also acts as her representative in politcal matters.

The army, while not as large as the Erebonian Empire and the Republic of Calvard, is still powerful in its own right, and had the distinction of being the first army using airships in battle, allowing them to turn the tides in the Hundred Days War against Erebonia, 10 years before Trails in the Sky.

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Royal Family and Servants

    Klaudia von Auslese / Kloe Rinz 
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Click here to see Kloe as she appears in Cold Steel IV (SPOILERS) 
Voiced by: Yuko Minaguchi (Japanese), Cristina Valenzuela (game), Rozie Curtis (anime) (English)
Appearances: FC | SC | The 3rd | Ao | Cold Steel IV

A student at the prestigious Jenis Royal Academy. Kind, determined and quite skilled with a rapier.


  • Actual Pacifist: She abhors violence, especially against other human beings. She even first joins the party as a noncombatant who you can't control; she'll heal you fairly regularly, but that's it.
    • Reluctant Warrior: Unfortunately for her, the darkening tone of the story in the last act of FC and throughout SC doesn't allow for much in the way of dedicated pacifism, and she's forced to take up arms.
  • Ambiguously Bi: She develops a crush on Joshua in FC, but also develops an extremely close friendship with Estelle that borderlines on Les Yay. The 3rd adds to it with her blushing at how pretty Lucy is in Moon Door 3, flat out admitting she loves both Joahua and Estelle (how much of it is platonic is up for debate) in Star Door 3, and the sheer amount of Ship Tease between her and Lechter in Moon Door 3 that extends to Ao no Kiseki''.
  • Arranged Marriage: Part of the plot in FC was to remove her from the political playing field by marrying her off to Prince Olivert Reise Arnor of Erebonia. Said arrangement fell apart when the coup did, and Kloe didn't find out about it until Olivier told her the first time they end up meeting as members of their respective royal houses rather than as traveling companions.
  • Badass Cape: Her royal outfit in Cold Steel IV has one.
  • Berserk Button: Insulting Mercia Orphanage and especially the children is a really bad idea. This kind girl will verbally tear you a new one and Aidios help you if you threaten them in any way. Clem being put in danger is what caused Kloe to drop her Actual Pacifist stance in the first place and she's willing to risk blowing her cover to ensure that the Orphanage stays safe and the guilty party is brought to justice. She also once blew up at her best friend because of an offhand comment about the orphans.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Kloe is a very kind girl who would rather solve problems with words than with violence whenever possible. However, for the love of all that is holy do not threaten the kids at Mercia Orphanage in any way. She can and will mobilize the Royal Guards to tear you a new one. Also, she's the best fencer at Jenis and her talent is entirely applicable to actual combat.
  • Blade Spam: Her Sturm craft hits one target three times.
  • Boyish Short Hair: Has the shortest hair of any female character aside from Julia, which is kind of funny since she's the girly girl side of the equation to the aggressively tomboyish and long-haired Estelle. It's partly done because she can get away with it at Jenis as part of her disguise, which she couldn't do back in Grancel. When Colonel Richard stuffs her into a dress, she gets a hairpiece to make her look more like a 'proper' princess. She ultimately keeps the short hair after finally accepting her position in SC.
  • The Bus Came Back: Just like with the majority of her Liberl kin, Kloe is set to return in Cold Steel IV.
  • The Cameo: Sadly, this is her entire role in Cold Steel IV; showing up for a few minutes at best and then disappears from the plot more or less, save her very minor appearances at the start of the world war and Olivert and Schera's marriage in the true ending.
  • The Chick: The nearest thing the party has to one.
  • Combat Medic: Her three Water-aligned Slots and first S-Craft mean that she's naturally great at healing and recovery but her huge EP pool and high ATS mean that she's also capable of dishing out extreme magical hurt, especially in later games when you get more Slots and advanced Quartz so she can access really powerful Arts despite her Slot restrictions.
  • Cool Crown: Wears one during Cold Steel IV.
  • Cool Sword: Combined with Royal Rapier. Her weapon of choice is a thin, one-handed sword, which is unusual for her Squishy Wizard stat build.
  • Escort Mission: First introduced as the subject of one: Kloe's pacifism prevents her from fighting even Ruan's local wildlife, so the protagonists offer to protect her while they travel to a shared destination.
  • Everything's Better with Princesses: She actually tries to subvert this, as she doesn't want anyone to know that she's the heir to the entire Kingdom of Liberl, and doesn't even want the responsibility anyway. She much prefers hanging out with Estelle and co. and doing what she considers real, demonstrable good.
  • Hair Decorations: Wears one embedded with a red gem all the way up to Ao no Kiseki. Replaced by a Cool Crown as of Cold Steel IV.
  • Heavenly Blue: Toyed with a bit. She has blue hair and wears blue, was the Blue Knight in the school play and one of her strongest weapons is called the Celeste Blue. She also calls on divine power in her final S-Craft and is descended from Celeste D. Auslese, who lived 'in the heavens' as an inhabitant of Liber Ark. Her strongest weapon to date is called Divine Nova.
  • Holy Hand Grenade: Sanctus Nova calls on Eidos to smite enemies with holy light. It became considerably more powerful between SC and The 3rd when it went from being STR-based (where Kloe is weak) to ATS-based (where she excels), making it one of the most powerful attacks in the game.
  • Hopeless Suitor: In SC, she reveals to Estelle that she was attracted to Joshua. However, she seemed to quickly realise that his heart already belonged to Estelle and didn't try to press matters. She finally comes clean about it to Joshua and confesses despite knowing her feelings won't be reciprocated during a banquet in Grancel Castle to let it out of her chest.
  • Identical Ancestor: When telling a computer on the Liber Ark that she's Celeste D. Auslese, the computer declares that she's a 73% match and accepts her, despite the fact that the ancestor whose name she borrowed lived twelve centuries (forty to fifty generations) ago. She lampshades the unlikeliness of it.
  • Lady of War: She's the chick yet still the finest fencer in Jenis Royal Academy.
  • Leitmotif: 'Royal Capital of Grancel' might as well be hers, since her image song Always On My Mind is an arrangement of it and it's associated with both Jenis and Grancel, the two locations that Kloe is strongly associated with.
  • Limit Break: In FC, her S-Craft is "Lichtkreis." SC and The 3rd also gives her "Sanctus Nova."
  • Making a Splash: Her orbment setup has three water slots to build her towards healing and high ATS.
  • Noble Bird of Prey: Her falcon Sieg can fly at twice the speed of an airship, which is very useful for delivering messages.
  • Pimped-Out Dress: Wears one on certain formal occasions in her role as Crown Princess
  • Politically Active Princess: What she becomes late in SC when she finally accepts her role as Crown Princess. She represents Liberl at home and abroad and tries to solve problems diplomatically but she's not afraid to fight for her country or her beliefs when needed.
  • Portmanteau: Kloe comes from bits and pieces of her full name. This is more obvious in Japanese where Klose is written with the first three syllables of her first name and the final syllable of her last name
  • Proper Tights with a Skirt: Whenever she's not wearing her Pimped-Out Dress from SC onwards.
  • Royal Blood: Played with. It doesn't make her special or worthy to inherit the throne (she earns it through effort) but it does allow her to do things onboard Liber Ark that nobody else can. This is because the person who founded the royal line was also the person who sealed Aureole away 1200 years ago. The Ark's computers recognize her as a descendant of Celeste and assume she's authorized to be there.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: After her identity as Liberl Princess is revealed in FC and she comes to term with it in SC, this trope applies.
  • Ship Tease: Quite a few moments with Joshua thorough FC and SC. The Third, however, drops a massive one with Lechter. How big? One of them even eats half of screentime in a door dedicated for OLIVIER AND MUELLER. And there's more in Ao no Kiseki!
  • Ship Sinking: For all the Ship Tease she has with Joshua, she fully recognizes that he and Estelle are in love and gracefully steps aside, after a heart to heart talk. The ship sinks further from Joshua's confirmation that he wouldn't fall in love with her even if he had met Kloe first instead of Estelle in Star Door 3 Event.
  • Spot of Tea: While it isn't her default solution to problems, whenever it's available she'll suggest sitting down for a nice cup while everyone talks things over. She also does this for pleasure, inviting Julia to join her on her day off.
  • Supreme Chef: Seems to be a good baker, if the children in the orphanage is to be believed.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Plays the extreme girly-girl to Estelle's equally-extreme tomboy.
  • White Magician Girl: The extreme slant toward water in her orbment means she will inevitably have extremely powerful healing spells and she has one of the deepest EP pools of the entire cast, her first S-Craft is a healing/revive move instead of a damage ability, natch, she is a real pacifist at first before fate forces her to fight, and she crushes on Joshua like, well, a schoolgirl.
  • You Gotta Have Purple Hair

    Alicia von Auslese 
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Voiced by: Ayako Sasaki (Japanese, drama cd), Masako Katsuki (Japanese, Evolution games)
Appearances: FC | SC | The 3rd

The elderly ruler of Liberl, widely beloved by all her subjects and noted for her pacifistic approach to international affairs.


  • The Atoner: Part of her reason for pardoning Joshua is because she reluctantly conceded to Erebonia's truce condition to keep the Hamel false flag op a secret. Joshua forgives her, since he knows that she had to do so in order to prevent the rest of Erebonia's forces from conquering Liberl.
  • 100% Adoration Rating
  • Cool Old Lady: Estelle certainly thinks so.
    Estelle: Super-nice, but with a seriously strong will. I hope I'm even one-tenth that cool when I get old!
  • The High Queen
  • Iron Lady: Is actually the deconstruction of an aversion of an Iron Lady - she's a warm, kind, peace-loving idealist who adores, and is adored by, her people - and as a result is almost dethroned by Colonel Richard's coup d'etat after he perceives her as being too "soft" and "womanly" to effectively defend the country from foreign threats.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Immensely so. In SC, in particular, she helps the party multiple times, supports their efforts wherever possible, and even pardons Joshua's crimes.

    Hilda 
Voiced by: Takako Ohkoshi (Japanese)
Appearances: FC | SC | The 3rd

The head-maid of the Grancel Royal Castle. She oversees the upkeep of Grancel Castle, ensuring that all servants of the crown live up to her exacting standards. She has served the royal family for decades and is one of the Queen's most trusted servants.


  • Apron Matron: Hilda doesn't care if you're a member of the most feared division in the army - you mind your manners while she's around or she WILL tear a strip off you.
  • Childhood Friend: To Phillip. It's even implied they may have been romantically involved at one point.
  • Death Glare: Intimidating enough to make hardened special-ops soldiers quake in their boots.
  • Old Retainer: Has served the Castle for decades.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Queen Alicia.

    Dunan von Auslese 
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Voiced by: Daisuke Sakaguchi (Japanese)
Appearances: FC | SC | The 3rd

The nephew of Queen Alicia, and one of two potential heirs to the throne (the other being the Queen's granddaughter, Klaudia). Unlike his aunt and niece, Dunan is an easily manipulated, self-important layabout. He spends most of his time drinking, eating donuts, and reading comics.


  • Adipose Rex: He's quite large, which isn't surprising given his lifestyle.
  • Bad Boss: Is a (literal) royal nightmare to his butler, Phillip.
  • Break the Haughty: Happens several times over the course of the games.
  • Character Development: Goes from Royal Brat to a responsible member of the royal family in SC.
  • Evil Uncle: To Klaudia, although he's not evil as much as an obnoxious jerk.
  • The Hedonist: Gets up late, spends every night getting drunk, and every afternoon eating donuts and reading comics.
  • Heel Realization: Goes through one halfway through SC. He's much better behaved afterwards.
  • Idle Rich: They don't get much idler or richer.
  • It's All About Me: And how.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: Though he's predictably less than polite about it, he's not entirely wrong when he says early in SC that Kloe does not currently have quite the demeanor, presence, or will to govern required of a monarch.
  • Pet the Dog: Possibly. In FC, he's among those who donated to the reconstruction of Mercia Orphanage, though his reasons are unknown.
  • Puppet King: What Richard intended for him to become in FC, a figurehead ruler who would appear in the public eye while Richard and the Intelligence Division ruled from the shadows. Thanks to Estelle and co, this plan falls through.
  • Plucky Comic Relief
  • Rich Bitch: Dunan is eminently hateable, from his very first appearance onwards.
  • Royal Brat: Adult version?
  • Straw Misogynist: Near the end of FC, he goes on an insulting spiel about women. Unfortunately for him, he says this in front of the current party, which is made up entirely of women.

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    Philip Runall 
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Voiced by: Tomohisa Asou (Japanese), Keith Silverstein (English)
Appearances: FC | SC | The 3rd

The long-suffering butler of Duke Dunan. His duties generally involve running errands for the Duke, cleaning up after him, apologizing to everyone Dunan crosses paths with, and trying to correct his charge's poor behaviour (with such comments immediately and irritably brushed aside by Dunan). He is actually a retired Captain of the Royal Guard and, accordingly, a master swordsman.


  • Battle Butler: Doesn't look the part, but it's true. You can see what he's capable of in The 3rd.
  • Childhood Friend: To Hilda.
  • The Jeeves: Ticks all the requirements. He's well-dressed, polite, and generally much smarter and savvier than Dunan.
  • Limit Break: As a boss in The 3rd, his S-Craft is "Esmelas Hearts."
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: Has this opinion about Dunan, especially considering he was the Duke's primary caregiver. He often sees Dunan's failings as his own and, even though he doesn't agree with the Duke's actions, will typically stand by his side as they play out (and take the punishment when it inevitably all goes sideways).
  • Old Retainer: Given that he had a hand in raising Dunan, his service to the crown goes back a long, long way.
  • Retired Badass: Phillip is a former Captain of the Royal Guard.

Liberl Military

    Cassius Bright 

See his entry here.

    Alan Richard 
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Alan as he appears in Trails at Dawn note 
Voiced by: Hiroaki Miura (Japanese), David Vincent (English)
Appearances: FC | SC | The 3rd

Colonel of the Royal Army's Intelligence Division.


  • Affably Evil: In spite of being the antagonist of FC, his polite demeanor and love for his country is genuine. By the time of SC and 3rd he drops the "evil" part altogether.
  • Anti-Villain: Type III. He and Intelligence Division staged a coup in Liberl but all of it was done out of genuine love for the country, as misguided as it was. In SC and 3rd, this aspect of his character is dropped entirely, as he wants to atone for what he did.
  • The Atoner: In 3rd.
  • Big Bad: In FC. Eventually it's subverted, as he's neither very big (other forces can easily manipulate him), nor bad (his actions being a very misguided attempt to bolster up Liberl's power). He drops off from this status in SC, even going as far to become a party member in 3rd.
  • Big Damn Heroes: The entire Intelligence Division pulls this during Ouroboros' assault on Grancel Castle in SC. They wind up proving more badass than Ouroboros' regular forces and Richard himself gets to face down the Enforcers.
  • Bishōnen: According to a comic in the 3rd special collection book, he apparently looks like one when his hair gets wet (and therefore, flattened).
  • Blade Spam: Luminous Divide and both of his S-Crafts.
  • Cherry Blossoms: Appear in his aptly named Sakura Morning Moonnote .
  • Colonel Badass: Exactly what it says. After the first game he loses the Colonel but keeps the Badass. Trying to get people to stop calling him Colonel afterwards is a bit of a Running Gag. At the end he finally gives up and allows that the rest of the party can call him by his old rank if they want.
  • Duel Boss: In Star Door 5, he serves as one to Anelace, a fellow Eight Leaves One Blade practitioner.
  • Fantastic Fighting Style: Was taught Eight Leaves One Blade by Cassius Bright during his youth, he specializes in the Fifth Form, Zangetsunote .
  • Flaming Sword: His sword is seemingly burning when performing his S-Craft Sakura Morning Moon.
  • Flash Step: Some of his Crafts have him move like this albeit not quite as fast as, say, Loewe.
  • Heel–Face Revolving Door: Once used to be a honorable soldier under the wing of Cassius Bright. After Cassius left the army, along with Erebonia slowly becoming stronger, he took very drastic measures to strengthen his country. He finally makes the Face turn for real in SC.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Realizing he's been manipulated, he tries to atone by holding off Reverie while the party escapes. Subverted when Cassius arrives, curb-stomps Reverie for him and then verbally and physically smacks Richard around for forgetting everything he taught him
  • Katanas Are Just Better: Richard uses them, although in a subversion the weapons aren't treated as being in any way better in-universe with Richard's Game-Breaker potential coming from his stats instead.
  • Iaijutsu Practitioner: The only time his sword isn't sheathed is in the middle of his attacks and during the start of his victory pose.
  • Lightning Bruiser: He's fast, his Crafts have ridiculously low cooldown and he hits extremely hard, especially with his second S-Craft Sakura Morning Moon which does the most single-target damage of any attack in the trilogy. He's also got good DEF and a surprisingly good Orbment setup with extremely good ATS for a melee attacker on top of that.
  • Limit Break: In his boss fight during FC, his S-Craft is "Afterglow Smasher." As a party member in The 3rd, he keeps that, and also gets "Sakura Morning Moon."
  • My Rules Are Not Your Rules: Inverted. Two of his Crafts have normal cooldown as an enemy and shorter cooldown as a playable character.
  • Private Investigator: Star Door 12 shows that after the events in SC, he becomes one when he creates the R&A Research Agency with Kanone.
  • The Man Behind the Man: Of the Sky Bandits and Ruan incidents. As it turns out, however, he is also being used.
  • Officer and a Gentleman: In FC, despite being the antagonist, he is very formal and polite to the people around him.
  • Pet the Dog: After the Duke's dinner party, he tells Estelle and Joshua about his army days with Cassius, even though doing so doesn't do anything for his scheme other than getting his thoughts off his chest and maybe learning more about his CO's reason for retiring.
  • Redemption Promotion: Zigzagged. He doesn't have his boss stat advantage, especially on Nightmare mode, but as a playable character, his single-target Crafts have low cooldown.
  • Two First Names
  • Unwitting Pawn: To Ouroboros in FC.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Everything he did in FC was in a misguided attempt to bolster Liberl as a nation after its disastrous war with the Empire.
  • Warrior Poet: He even recites poetry in his Sakura Morning Moon S-Craft.
    Richard: As clouds fall, sakura bloom. Fallen warriors gather in the evening bloom. And I present you, your doom!

    Kanone Amalthea 
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Kanone as she appears in Trails at Dawn note 
Voiced by: Yuki Kaida (Japanese)
Appearances: FC | SC | The 3rd

Colonel Richard's right-hand woman.


  • Animal Motifs: Estelle associates her with a fox.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: When Richard sends her away so he can have a private chat with Estelle and Joshua, Amalthea gives the pair a Death Glare.
  • Death Seeker: After realizing that Ouroboros played her like a fiddle, she resigns herself to be sent to the firing squad until Richard talks her out of it.
  • Femme Fatale: Estelle sees her as one.
  • The Gunslinger: Fights with a machine pistol and one of her attacks is called Dancing Gunner.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Once she learns Colonel Richard has given up on his plans and is now working with the army to fight Ouroboros, Kanone does the same.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: First, her plans to question Estelle and Joshua are interrupted by Zin's attempt to flirt with her. Later, during her second boss battle, her robot mooks can malfunction and inflict themselves with confuse. Somewhat averted in SC, since while she was manipulated, she's far more dangerous with her tank.
  • It's Personal: Her copy in Phantasma doesn't like the idea of Renne joining the party, due to the latter's past manipulation of her.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: According to Zin. The heart of gold is shown when Richard convinces her to help him atone for their crimes.
  • The Rival: She and Julia were this to each other since the academy. Julia was the skilled one, Kanone was the smart one. This culminates in the fight at Grancel where Julia helps the party stop Kanone.
  • Sexy Secretary
  • Tank Goodness: She rides the prototype Orgueil into battle.
  • Time Bomb: Her mines, which she will deposit around the battlefield every few rounds.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Colonel Richard. She spends months hiding from the authorities in the hopes that she can free him from his imprisonment and falls into despair when she thinks she's failed. She joins him at his newly formed company after the end of SC.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Like Richard and the rest of the Intelligence Division, she's manipulated by Ouroboros. And then she's manipulated again in SC as part of a Gospel experiment

    General Morgan 
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Morgan at Trails to Dawn
Voiced by: Masato Obara (Japanese)
Appearances: FC | SC | The 3rd

Chief of Staff of the Royal Army.


  • Badass Grandpa: General Morgan is a grandfather and he is very badass. He's won the annual martial arts tournament at Grancel for years running as the series begins. After circumstances force him to take a year off, other characters quietly encourage him to give the young 'uns a chance, while still recognizing that if he fought, he'd probably win again.
  • Blade on a Stick / An Axe to Grind: His weapon is an antique halberd with an oversized blade.
  • Four-Star Badass: He's a general and he can kick your ass hard.
  • Good Old Ways: He firmly believes that the army can handle any crisis themselves and doesn't need the help of civilians (ie the Bracers) to handle them.
  • Hostage Situation: Held in Haken Gate following the start of the coup, with his granddaughter taken hostage by the Special Ops Division to prevent him from taking action.
  • Kiai: He often shouts "Seiya!" whenever he's attacking.
  • Red Baron: "God of War".
  • The Resenter: He despises Bracers, believing that they meddle in affairs that should be left to the Royal Army. He gets over it by the Second Chapter. Mostly.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: This is pretty much his reaction when the Army has to work with Bracers. He eventually gets better.

    Major Maximillion Cid 
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Voiced by: Masaya Takatsuka (Japanese, drama cd), Hideo Ishikawa (Japanese, Evolution games)
Appearances: FC | SC | The 3rd

An officer in charge of the Leiston Fortress in the Zeiss region.


    Julia Schwarz 
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Julia as she appears in Trails to Azure note 
Voiced by: Yuka Komatsu (Japanese), Julie Ann Taylor (game) (English)
Appearances: FC | SC | The 3rd | Ao

A First Lieutenant in the Royal Guardsmen and a close friend and confidant of Princess Klaudia.


  • Bad Habits: Disguises herself as a nun in FC.
  • Big Damn Heroes: The Royal Guards' ship, Arseille, arrives just in time to stop Mayor Dalmore's escape.
  • Blade Spam: Lanzenreiter hits one enemy four times.
  • Boyish Short Hair: Cuts her hair so short she looks manly enough.
  • The Cameo: She attends Olivert's wedding at the end of Cold Steel IV.
  • The Captain: Of the Arseille
  • Cool Big Sister: She's this to Kloe.
  • Even the Girls Want Her: Her popularity with women is borders on the supernatural. Even Estelle has expressed interest in seeing some random candid photo's of her. In fact, just about every female protagonist barring Schera and Kloe (for obvious reasons) have been charmed by her.
  • Geometric Magic: Her S-Craft Trinity Kleis has her carve a glowing triangle into the ground with her sword which then explodes. The upgrade Pentagrammic Kleis turns it into a pentacle.
  • Groupie Brigade: She's the target of one, composed of seemingly every female under the age of 60 or so in the entire Kingdom of Liberl. They come very close to storming Grancel Castle at one point.
    • Ao reveals that her fanclub extends to Crossbell as well. Elie and the Seeker sisters are fans.
  • Guest-Star Party Member: She's originally playable for one boss fight in SC, though later releases also added a method of recruiting her for the final dungeon. She becomes a full-time party member in The 3rd.
  • Limit Break: In SC and The 3rd, her S-Craft is "Trinity Kleis."
  • Magic Knight: While everyone can be one in this franchis considering how battle orbment system works, it's notable because she is a very balanced character who fights with a rapier with decent attack power but has above average casting ability, uses Geometric Magic in her S-Craft and can create a Single-Use Shield.
  • Royal Rapier: Fights with one and is the person who taught Kloe how to fence. She also briefly studied under Cassius
  • The Rival: To Captain Amalthea, apparently. In an optional conversation in SC, Julia says that their old rivalry helped shape them both and become stronger, and laments how far Kanone has fallen.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Kloe.
  • Vacation Episode: She's ordered to take a day off, leading to the events seen in Star Door 1.

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