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The Nopon caravan stationed in Noctilum. Tatsu's family lives here.
- The Fashionista: Nosusu runs a business that sells hats.
- In Spite of a Nail: It doesn't really matter which hat is chosen for A Tip of the Hat; most Nopon will just wear the Santa hats by default.
- Mama Bear: Koko. She attempts to battle a Caecus when it eats the fish she was going to deliver to her family.
- Nice Hat: Upon completing A Tip of the Cap, Nosusu will distribute hats among the Nopon.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: Koko. She signs the NLA alliance treaty without hesitation, and she takes great care of her people.
The Nopon caravan stationed in Oblivia. Tora's family lives here.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Mujiji. He's greedy, and only complies to sign the NLA alliance treaty for a price. Still, he's willing to help out NLA and Celica during one of her Affinity Missions for free.
- The One Guy: Assuming Rook drags Drongo Caravan's leader Popote to NLA, Mujiji remains as the only male Nopon caravan leader.
The Nopon caravan stationed in Sylvalum.
The Nopon caravan stationed in Cauldros.
- Action Girl: Lulurita. She trains on the (very low-level) enemies on the shoreline (which is impressive due to the usually pacifistic nature of Nopon), and is implied to have reached NLA on foot to ask for help.
- Bad Boss: Popote. He stationed his caravan in Cauldros, he constantly abuses his employees, and is a Dirty Coward.
- Hypercompetent Sidekick: Pisa. If Popote is brought to NLA, working conditions in the caravan become much better under her leadership.
Kingdom of Wroth
A former prince of the Wrothians and now subordinate of the Ganglion.
- Anti-Villain: He only works for the Ganglion to protect his people.
- Badass Baritone: Has a very low voice and is the first really hard boss in the story.
- Boss Battle: He and his retinue are the boss of Chapter 9.
- Defector from Decadence: After Chapter 9, he leads the Wrothians in defecting from the Ganglion.
- Everything's Better with Samurai: Pilots a Skell that looks like a giant robot samurai, which fits with his role as an honorable warrior.
- By the end of his character arc Ga Jiarg is basically a cat version of Bart Fatima, an exiled prince, running a gang of extremely loyal outlaws armed with advanced tech out of the desert, with orange fur/skin.
- He can also be compared to Egil as a Tragic Villain who is a leader of a race who is only fighting for his people's sake and pulled a HeelFace Turn and manages to live through it unlike Egil who died shortly after.
- Honor Before Reason: He's a prideful and honorable warrior who dislikes the Ganglion way of doing things. When Elma appeases his sense of honor he gives in and fights them in combat, letting them go when they win instead of taking them back like he was ordered to.
- Large and in Charge: Appears around six foot tall, and is the leader of the Wrothians.
- Laser Blade: Wields a long green one in combat. The player can also use this model of photon saber (dubbed "lightblades" by them) after the Wrothians ally with NLA and provide access to their Arms Manufacturer, Six Stars.
- Law of Chromatic Superiority: Ga Jiarg is the most prominent and powerful of the shown Wrothians, and he has bright red fur.
- Let's Fight Like Gentlemen: When he captures the party, Elma appeals to his honourable side, so he challenges the players to combat, and lets them go if they win. When the battle enters the second phase and he gets in his Skell, he breaks combat and lets you get in your own Skell before continuing.
- Likable Villain: He is only fighting for his people and he later defects from the Ganglion, he's a villain no more!
- Meaningful Name: His name is an alternate translation of Ga Dearg, the Red Spear used by the Irish folk hero Diarmuid Ua Duibhne.
- Modest Royalty: He mentions that he's not one to care for titles, to the point he'll knock those who would assert themselves over him down a peg.
- Refuge in Audacity: Despite the risks it poses to his race, Ga Jiarg takes almost any opportunity to verbally demean Luxaar while in his service. At worst, this only results in Luxaar getting angry and making threats. Ga Buidhe is amazed by his boldness. Once he decides to lead his people to defect, he goes the extra mile to leave Luxaar a message announcing said defection.
- Take a Third Option: After losing to Team Elma, rather than press the matter and violate his warrior's code or report his failure and get punished by Luxaar, he chooses to defect and re-establish the Wroth as a mercenary band.
- Tragic Villain: He's only helping the Ganglion so his people wouldn't be used as cannon fodder.
- Warrior Prince: The prince of Wroth, and a very capable fighter.
A Wrothian servant of Jiarg who serves him.
- Amazonian Beauty: She is positively ripped.
- Anti-Villain: Like her master Jiarg, she has no hatred for humanity and is only against them to protect their race.
- Blade on a Stick: She wields a laser naginata. This same model of naginata can be used as a javelin-type weapon by the player once the Wrothians are recruited into NLA and Six Stars is unlocked as an Arms Manufacturer.
- Contralto of Danger: Has a distinctively throaty voice to match Ga Jiarg's Badass Baritone.
- Defector from Decadence: She defects from the Ganglion alongside Jiarg. Though not without questioning whether it's a good idea to make such a powerful force an enemy.
- Evil Albino: Downplayed due to her Anti-Villain status. Still, she's very pale with white hair and piercing golden eyes.
- Highly Visible Ninja: She wears a black outfit with face covering mask, wields a Laser Naginata, has a set of kunai knives strapped to her right leg, and even uses techniques such as "katon" and "suiton."
- Likable Villain: For similar reasons to Ga Jiarg.
- Meaningful Name: Her name is taken from the Yellow Spear used by the Irish folk hero Diarmuid Ua Duibhne.
- Naginata Are Feminine: In keeping with the Japanese themes of the Wrothians, Ga Jiarg uses a sword like a typical samurai and Ga Buidhe uses a naginata, which is the traditional weapon of the Onna-Bugeisha (the closest female equivalent to a samurai).
- Please Kill Me If It Satisfies You: She fights the player to prevent the Human-Wrothian Alliance, and when defeated she expects you to kill her. Elma refuses.
- Stripperiffic: Her outfit can best be described as S&M gear.
- Tragic Villain: She is only helping the Ganglion so her people wouldn't be used as cannon fodder.
A Wrothian and the last of the Hundred Hellions. Duels Rook many times in friendly sparring matches.
- Doppelgänger Attack: His ultimate technique; your final duel has you fight three of him at the same time.
- Ninja: If the Wrothians are samurai culture, the Hundred Hellions were the ninjas.
- Recurring Boss: Rook must fight him in sparring matches throughout his quests.
- Worthy Opponent: Becomes more and more impressed each time Rook defeats him.
A Wrothian who wishes to pull her people out of poverty. She's an assistant to Adolphus.
- The Chessmaster: She manipulates both the player and Adolphus flawlessly.
- Treacherous Quest Giver: Played With. Initially it's played straight since she pickpockets the player's keys and attacks the player after revealing Adolphus sent the player on a wild goose chase. She was playing with Adolphus too; all the white gold in the vault was taken by her in advance. Visiting a peak in Oblivia in the rain will have her apologize and explain to the player and hand over a reasonable monetary reward.
- Walking Spoiler: For The Celeste Three arc.