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This page lists the princes under the 'Cool' attribute in 100 Sleeping Princes and the Kingdom of Dreams.


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    In General 
They can be either shy or introverted or attempt to be the advisor to the princess. They are often harsh and less willing to talk about their feelings at first, and it takes a while for them to warm up. Many of them come laden with certain emotional baggage and thus, may appear standoffish and cold to others.

    Almari 

Voiced by: Kenji Akabane

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Country: Country of Jewel - Malineglace
Age: 17
Spending his time tirelessly looking after his elder twin brother, Tormari, Almari is often fatigued and has developed a gloomy disposition. He has a docile personality.
  • Extreme Doormat: Downplayed. Passive and often keeps his thoughts and worries to himself. Despite being worried about being too dependent and wanting to stand on his own two feet and act more like a prince, he hasn't gotten around to telling Tormari in fear of hurting his feelings.
  • Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: Has this dynamic with his twin brother, Tormari. Almari is always cleaning up after Tormari and fixing up wrinkles in his clothes and messy hair. Almari always worries that Tormari is going to get himself into another mess.
  • No Sense of Personal Space: He approached the Heroine very closely when he first introduced himself, touched the Heroine's hair and clothes without warning to tidy it, and sits uncomfortably close to her. Justified in that Almari has not had much contact with other people except for his twin, Tormari, leading him to not realise how physically close he is as he is used to being that close to his brother.
  • Superpowerful Genetics: All members of the royal family in Malineglace, including Almari, are capable making jewels emit light.
  • Thanks for the Mammary: Downplayed. Almari accidentally brushes against the Heroine's chest after he hugs her for encouraging him. Shocked, he tears his hand away, his brain clicking onto the fact that even if he treats the Heroine similarly to his brother, the Heroine isn't a guy like his brother is.
  • Wall Pin of Love: In his Detective version. Proclaims that he wishes to steal the Heroine's heart before wall-pinning the Heroine. This was done as 'practice' to be a Gentleman Thief. Where did he get this from? A shoujo manga recommended by Tormari. However, he can't keep the act up so he withdraws to skim through the manga again; he sighs that he can't seem to get it quite right despite practicing the wall pin multiple times with his menservants.
  • What Beautiful Eyes!: Almari's blue eyes are noted on quite often by the Heroine to be beautiful. Under the sunlight, they look like sparkling jewels.

    Azuma 

Voiced by: Takuya Eguchi

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Hero version - Sun awakening
Country: Soga Country
Age: 18
Azuma has a brusque, honest personality. Though he excels in all forms of martial arts, he much prefers to settle disputes peacefully.

    Capita 

Voiced by: Kenji Hamada

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Trial version - Moon awakening
Country: Country of Marvel - Wondermare
Age: ???
From the clan of caterpillars in Forst. Capita has a strong sense of curiosity, and will question everything. He is a distant ivory tower as he spends all his time in a world of deep thought. Has a unique commitment to using a hookah and wearing his monocle. Just like most of the Wondermare princes, he is still very much hung up on Alice.

    Carlo 

Voiced by: Tomoya Yano

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Rock Fes! version - Sun awakening
Country: Country of Study - Litoria
Age: 18
Carlo has a wilful personality and a lot of confidence in himself. He wants to break away from his high-class life and family to live a truly punk lifestyle. He can't really handle himself when people call him 'cool'.

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    Dayang 

Voiced by: Yusuke Shirai

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Country: Country of Pharmaceutics - Medicina
Age: 15
Head of the Guild of Pharmacists of Medicina, Dayang roams around selling medicine. He loves money, and believes it makes the world go round. Because of this love, he has a habit of fiddling with his abacus.
  • Improvised Lockpick: Dayang can pick locks. In one route, he used a very small spoon to successfully pick open a lock.
  • Money Fetish: He loves money the most in the whole world. It is the one thing that is the most important. Justified. When his entire family died in a war and he was the only one left, the only thing that he had to depend on while he was alone was money. Dayang would go on to say that money saved him.
  • Opportunistic Bastard: Describes that fact that he stopped the Heroine from touching a poisonous flower as his 'price', paying her back for awakening him. Cajoled the Heroine into "helping" him make medicines, only to leave out that he wanted to collect an expensive tuition fee after he taught her for the lesson and the ingredients she wasted. Then, on the moon route of his original version, he dragged the Heroine with him to collect more ingredients and medicines, taking advantage of her status as the Princess of Traumere to sell them. Dayang spins a story of how the Heroine had to help after seeing how pitiful the guild was.
  • Sole Survivor: Dayang and his family were wandering merchants. However, while travelling, they were pulled into a war and all of them were killed. Only Dayang managed to survive. Pretty hefty stuff to have to deal with before you even turn 15.
  • Street Smart: Picked up a number of skills after becoming an orphan during his travels around the world by himself. He is also the head of a pharmacist guild despite his young age.
    Dayang:Lockpicking is nothing. It's an essential skill if you're living by yourself.
  • Traveling Salesman: His family was a family of travelling merchants and so is he, they travel around selling medicines, typically to pharmacies.
  • Wise Beyond Their Years: Due to certain circumstances, Dayang is very familiar with how to deal with troubles living by himself. He himself empathises the skills he's picked up while struggling without anyone to support him. By the age of 15, he is already managing an entire guild of pharmacists.
  • Youthful Freckles: He has a smattering of freckles across his nose and he's also a young, scrappy teen boy.

    Deneb 

Voiced by: Yuichi Iguchi

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Country: Country of Star - Northern Cross
Age: 23
Though Deneb looks as delicate as a porcelain doll, he is extremely clever. He is aloof and difficult to read. Good friends with Vega and Altair.
  • Older Than They Look: He looks more like a teenager than some of the actual teen princes. Even Deneb is aware of how his youthful looks cause the Heroine's guard to drop around him.
  • Showgirl Skirt: A good portion of Deneb's versions feature this in one way or another. He also has worn tailcoats and long capes that have a similar effect of curtaining his legs.
  • Stellar Name: Named after Deneb ('tail'), the star that makes up the tail of the Cygnus constellation. It is also part of the Summer Triangle with Altair and Vega.

    Drei 

Voiced by: Yohei Azakami

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Country: Country of Time - Crawford
Age: 24
Drei has a brilliant mind, and views life as a game. He often hides himself away in his room, even to the point of neglecting his health. He enjoys strategising even when his life is on the line.
  • Numerical Theme Naming: Like the other Time princes, Drei is named after a number. Drei means three in German.

    Forma 

Voiced by: Oosuka Jun

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Serenade version - Unawakened
Country: Country of Poison - Fartet
Age: 24
Forma's face is that of a diligent, intelligent worker. He has the ability to absorb poisons. He has a habit of staring intently on his food before eating it.
  • Animal Motifs: Ant. Forma has a tattoo of an ant on his left hand.

    Frost 

Voiced by: Tarusuke Shingaki

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Snowing version - Unawakened
Country: Country of Snow - Snowphilia
Age: 25
The first prince of Snowphilia. Frost has two younger brothers, Graysia and Synny. He places a lot of value upon his family name, and is a highly prideful man who excels in many areas. No matter the subject he will believe himself to be far superior in it. He isn't very good at considering people's feelings, however.
  • Aloof Big Brother: Is this way to his two younger brothers; to add to his poor communication skills, and their relationships suffers as a result. In some ways, Frost acts more like a king than a brother due to his duties, making it hard for his younger brothers to relax around him. Even when Graysia ran away from home, Frost didn't immediately go to find him.
  • Ambiguously Absent Parent: His parents are never mentioned and it's up in the air what happened to them. Even the country's affairs are being handled by him with no mention of where the king and queen are.
  • An Ice Person: With Elemental Hair Colors to match
  • Brutally Honest
  • Corporal Punishment: Used to do this to Graysia when he made Synny cry when they were little.
  • Drunken Glow: Frost has a high alcohol tolerance but he flushes easily, which stands out against his light skin.
  • No Social Skills: Not good at dealing with people, though it doesn't affect his diplomacy skills.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: Frost, despite his title of prince, has duties that fall more in line with that of a king's. He runs the entire country, dealing with all its political affairs.
  • Royalty Super Power: Only the royal family of Snowphilia has snow power.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: The Snowphilia family, including Graysia and Synny, all have white hair and red eyes with the same vertically slitted pupils.
  • The Ace: He practically runs his entire country by himself. Confident, has excellent power and control over his magic, is highly respected by all of his people, and is capable of achieving anything he puts his mind to.
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    Girbert 

Voiced by: Shinnosuke Tachibana

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Country: Country of Moonlight - Clairboor
Age: 22
Girbert has a proud and dignified air that everyone praises as a true figure of the royal family. He dislikes older women.

    Graham 

Voiced by: Shintarō Asanuma

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Fluttering Sakura version - Moon awakening
Country: Country of Literature - Mysterium
Age: 19
Graham is a famous mystery writer who has won numerous awards, and is considered the type of genius that only appears once in a century. He has an air of self-confidence that there are no mysteries he cannot solve. However, he is vulnerable to unexpected events.

    Joshua 

Voiced by: Showtaro Morikubo

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Crimlight version - Sun awakening
Country: Country of Black Tea - Bergant
Age: 18
Joshua is a prideful prince with a refined conduct. He is strict with regards to the manners of both himself and the people around him. He loves cleanliness, and cannot abide people who are dirty.
  • A Taste of the Lash: Subverted. In his original moon route. Joshua threatens to whip the Heroine’s hands if she makes another mistake, saying that’s how they’ve always trained in his country. When the Heroine accidentally shatters a teacup, Joshua thinks it warrants the punishment. The moment when he would supposedly hit her, he ends up kissing her fingertips and revealing he was just joking.
  • Bastard Boyfriend: In his original version, he goes too far with the Heroine, making her run away and cry. He is quite self-aware, almost instantly realising the gravity of his actions after having done them. This leads to apologies that the Heroine usually accepts. In his original moon route. He threw out all her clothes and replaced them with clothes that he liked, threatens to whip her (revealed later to be just a “joke”), acts out when he’s jealous, and dehumanises her to the point she feels like she’s become his doll. Later stories don’t portray him as a bastard. At most, he’s stern, and scolds her lightly or only says that he’ll ‘teach’ or ‘punish’ her teasingly.
  • Beauty Spot: Has a tiny mole beneath the outer corner of his left eye.
  • Beneath the Mask: Joshua’s real personality was never really revealed. In his Masquerade version Moon Awakened, he said in one of his quotes that he’ll show the Heroine the real him. Another of his quote said that he’s a despicable man. But other than that, his real personality remains a mystery.
  • Crazy Jealous Guy: In his original moon story, Joshua has acted out on the Heroine for being too happy when talking about tea to other male nobles. In his Chocolate Date moon story, he finds it a bit dissatisfying that she praised another country, saying that he’d prefer to imagine the Heroine is that happy from his company, not because of where they are.
  • Edible Theme Naming: The name Bergant is most likely based on bergamot tea.
  • Etiquette Nazi: In his original story, after the Heroine failed abysmally as a host, Joshua starts teaching and correcting her on all her mistakes on posture, table manners, and the rules of society. He is severe on her even though she was a beginner; in the end, making her anxious and upset. In later stories, Joshua always reminds the Heroine what should and should not be done as a proper lady.
  • Freudian Excuse: Joshua has a reason for why he’s such an Etiquette Nazi. When Joshua was young, his lack of etiquette angered a royal consort from a neighbouring country and because of that his father had to give up a lot of riches to apologise for their offense. From then on, unconsciously, Joshua is hard on anybody whose manners are not perfect.
  • Signature Scent: Is described by the Heroine as smelling like top-grade tea.
  • Unequal Pairing: With the Heroine in his original version’s story. Joshua has the upper hand in their relationship despite being younger as he has more experience with socialising amongst the upper class. He understands upper-class etiquette, social norms and their unspoken rules while the Heroine is just a normal woman. His original version’s story really emphasises the Heroine’s ordinary background. All the while, Joshua dangles the allure of fitting in, being a proper lady and living up to her title as the Princess of Träumere in front of her.
  • Would Hit a Girl: At least that’s what it seemed like in his original version, which later revealed as a “joke.” It is still unclear of whether Joshua would hit a girl or not.

    Julius 

Voiced by: Tatsuhisa Suzuki

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New Dream version - Sun awakening
Country: Country of Flower and Greenery - Bloomeria
Age: 22
Though Julius has a brusque and rough manner of speaking, he uses this demeanour to hide his shyness. He is talented at mixing perfume. During a recent war, he became afflicted by a condition in which he will involuntarily attack anyone who gets too close to him.
  • Cannot Talk to Women: Downplayed. Julius is shy and reticent around women; he isn't used to talking with them.
  • Humble Hero: Does a lot for the people around him but when thanked, Julius just shrugs it off saying that he 'didn't do anything'.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: Julius played a big role in fighting for the country, training soldiers to fight, setting up hospitals after the war and helping the recovery effort by prescribing perfumes that calm or invigorate the patient. All in all, he does all of it on a personal, on-the-ground level, personally interacting with those he helps.
  • Shell-Shocked Veteran: Bloomeria was involved in a war with a neighbouring country. Even though the war is over and Bloomeria is in the middle of rebuilding, many people are still traumatised, including Julius. He suffers from regular nightmares that wake him up in a sweat and conducts daily training as if he's still in the midst of war, Julius is also jumpy and can easily sense when someone is sneaking nearby him.

    Kagetora 

Voiced by: Hiroaki Hirata

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Country: Country of Literature - Wilhelm
Age: 35
Kagetora draws many storybooks with happy endings in order to encourage his sick little sister and other children like her. Though he is a very popular author with both children and their parents alike he is concerned that his face is scary, so he writes under the pseudonym 'Margaret' and doesn't disclose his real identity. Though he is often feared because of his appearance, he actually has a gentle personality which is reflected in his writing.

    Kanoe 

Voiced by: Yuki Fujiwara

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Country: Country of Calendar - Kuyou
Age: 25
Kanoe is from the family of the Monkey. He is a specialist in dance, with a hardworking, responsible personality. His abrupt manner often scares people off, but beneath it he is kind.
  • Eastern Zodiac: As one of the Kuyou princes, Kanoe is based on the monkey.

    Kies 

Voiced by: Soichiro Hoshi

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After Story version - Unawakened
Country: Country of Jewel - Ocs
Age: 27
Kies shows a great amount of affection to his possessions, whether they are people or objects. He shows particular care to the precious music box gifted to him by his late older sister.
  • Priceless Ming Vase: A music box left to him by his deceased older sister gets broken by the Heroine. Kies still keeps it despite their being no way to fix it.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: Is heavily involved in the management of his country, including matters such as governing tax over ores mined from the country's mines.
  • Symbolically Broken Object: Rare, inverted example. A broken music box becomes the focal turning point that sets off the relationship between the Heroine and Kies.
  • Workaholic: Is described as crazy about work. The Heroine helps to mellow him out over time; he starts distributing some of the work to his attendants though he still remains busy.

    Lecien 

Voiced by: Nobuhiko Okamoto

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Noble Wings version - Moon awakening
Country: Country of Judgement - Arbitro
Age: 25
His wings turned black after in an incident where he saved Micaela and Adiel. Cursed and feared for his black wings, Lecien isolates himself from other people, shutting himself up in his castle. Despite his cold outward demeanor, Lecien is very gentle and kind, always putting others before himself. He often feeds birds on his balcony.
  • Fantastic Racism: In a country of white-winged angels, those with black wings are ostracised and driven away to live in the recesses of the country. This is largely due to their fear of the miasma that permeates the forbidden grounds that causes the blackening of their wings.

    Lian 

Voiced by: Yutaka Balletta

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After Story version - Moon awakening
Country: Nomad - Toura Tribe
Age: 29
Lian is the son of the chief of the Toura tribe. He has a gallant spirit, and is highly compassionate. Though people are often scared of his fierce-looking face, he doesn't really mind. He excels in martial arts.

    Patir 

Voiced by: Kaito Ishikawa

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Country: Country of Colours - Farber
Age: 19
With a free and unrestrained personality, Patir spends his time studying colour in his workshop. He has a special skill which allows him to perfectly reproduce any colour once he has seen it. He will thoroughly investigate things that capture his interest, but will quickly forget anything that doesn't interest him.

    Perla 

Voiced by: Mitsuhiro Ichiki

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Country: Country of Jewel - Margarita
Age: 18
Perla is the type that finds everything too much effort. He doesn't even care if he has bed hair. The other princes of the country of jewels have dubbed him the 'wasted beauty'. His tears turn into pearls.
  • Body to Jewel: His tears turn to pearls when shed. It is the duty of the Margarita royal family shed 'happy tears'. These help to make the country flourish and prosper. Perla has never understood 'happy tears' and he had no wish to; because he couldn't carry out his duty, Perla's always considered himself less up to standard.

    Rica 

Voiced by: Kazuyuki Okitsu

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Dusk version - Unawakened
Country: Country of Chocolate - Shocolute
Age: 23
A prince who speaks in a very straightforward manner. He may seem like he's being hurtful, but he's just honest and doesn't mean any offense. He hates being alone and feeling lonely. He has somewhat of a gambling problem. Rica was raised with Martin, Colorer, and Creto, and views them as siblings. Creto thinks he is very cool. Martin calls him 'Rica-chan', much to his chagrin. He enjoys going into the city under the name of 'Dark'.


  • Affectionate Nickname: Though Martin sometimes calls Rica 'Rica-chan' to wind him up, he equally seems to use it as a symbol of his genuine affection. Rica yells at him not to use the nickname no matter the situation, though.

    Sai 

Voiced by: Shouta Aoi

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Gems of Snow version - Moon awakening
Country: Country of Jewel - Saphinia
Age: 20
Sai has a gentle and thoughtful personality, but has a wall up between himself and others. He is bad with fire due to an incident in his past. He is close to Tiga and Lid.
  • Safety in Indifference: Though he isn't a loner, Sai keeps people at arm’s length and is indifferent to those around him. He thinks distance is good but in all actuality, he was just avoiding something that he considered difficult.
  • Trauma Button: Sai has a fear of fire because he was burned when he was little, leaving a scar on his arm. Because of this, he's also bad with setting off fireworks.

    Sarasa 

Voiced by: Yūto Suzuki

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Adventurer version - Moon awakening
Country: Country of Mermaid - Lorelei
Age: 22
Though he isn't very talkative and can come across as unfriendly, Sarasa has a great deal of curiosity. He has been taught that humans are bad, but he is still interested in learning about them. The first human that he talked to was Prince Douglas of Ancula.
  • Humans Are the Real Monsters: Sarasa's mother and sisters always tell him how dreadful and terrifying humans are because of the damage they cause to the ocean and the way humans view mermaids similarly to exhibits or displays rather than people. However, Sarasa doesn't hold the same prejudice against humans.
  • Our Mermaids Are Different
  • Pointy Ears
  • She's Got Legs: Sarasa holds a fascination towards human legs. In many of his stories, he is very interested in the Heroine's legs; kissing, innocently touching and complimenting them for their beauty.

    Shin 

Voiced by: Kazuki Katou

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Country: Country of Calendar - Kuyou
Age: 25
Shin is from the family of the Rat. He specialises in calligraphy and ink-wash painting. He subjugates people with his cool composure, open-mindedness and overwhelming charisma. He doesn't hesitate to use his coldheartedness to cut down people to achieve his goals and keep control of his subordinates. He is proud of his status as the prince of the family of the Rat, the highest of the 12 royal families of Kuyou.
  • Eastern Zodiac: As one of the Kuyou princes, Shin is based on one of the animals from the eastern zodiac - the Rat.

    Spica 

Voiced by: Kazehiro Fusegawa

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Country: Country of Star - Beltere
Age: 22
Spica rarely gets angry and is always smiling, but when he does lose his temper he can be terrifying. Though he is incredibly clever, he has a poor sense of direction. He enjoys telling horoscopes.
  • Stellar Name: Named after Spica (meaning 'ear of wheat'), the brightest star in the Virgo constellation.

    Ster 

Voiced by: Hikaru Midorikawa

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New Dream version - Sun awakening
Country: Country of Falling Star - Meteobel
Age: 23
Ster has the power to grant wishes, but as he grants them the stardust falls to the lower chamber of the hourglass he wears around his neck. Although his blunt manner of speaking may make him seem aloof, he has a kind heart.
  • Cast from Lifespan: Ster can grant wishes but at the cost of shortening his own lifespan. And for someone who already has a short lifespan, it means he could possibly die young.
  • Cosmic Motifs
  • Death's Hourglass: The royal family, including Ster, all have an hourglass made that can measure their lifespan.
  • Hereditary Curse: Though it is part and parcel with the royal family of Meteobel's powers, depending on how you view it, it can be considered a curse as well.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: Does not understand why the Heroine is upset when she finds out that granting her wishes for her shortens his life, and mistakenly offers to grant more of her wishes. Since she saved him, he wants to repay her and make her happy though he doesn't how else to make someone happy other than granting wishes.
  • Kuudere: A type B kuudere. He's cold initially but he eventually warms up to the Heroine over time.
  • Secretly Dying: It's implied that none of the people in the country know about Ster's condition. Only the royal family seems to be aware and the Heroine after it is revealed to her later by Ster. Subverted later on in his original version when the Heroine's wish stops the falling of sand in his hourglass.
  • Snow Means Love: Averted. Since Meteobel is a floating iceberg, it snows often and it snowing is attributed more to their geographical location than as a way to emphasize the romance.
  • Soap Opera Disease: From young, Ster's body has always been weak and sickly. Because of his condition, his lifespan is drastically shorter than the rest of his family's and he's prone to fainting.
  • Star Power: Uses the power of the stars to make meteors that can rain from the sky, and create stars to grant wishes and travel around.
  • Stellar Name: His name, Ster, comes from Old English words sterre or starre, meaning 'star'.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality
  • The Fatalist: Believes he is going to die young anyway so he grants as many wishes without heed so long as he can continue making other people happy.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: In his 'Starry Sky' version, it is painfully apparent that he respects his father to an endless degree and seeks his approval.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair
  • Your Days Are Numbered

    Superbia 

Voiced by: Shintarō Asanuma

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Records version - Sun awakening
Country: Country of Sinner - Votalia
Age: 20
Prison warden for prisoners who have committed the crime of 'Pride'. Superbia has high self-esteem and is uninterested in others. He has a very black-and-white sense of morality. He generally uses feminine speech patterns, and seems to be extremely picky about things. In his spare time, he works as a fashion designer and model.
  • Animal Motifs: Peacock. As evidenced by the use of peacock feathers in some of his versions as well as the Superbia's peacock emblem.
  • Fashion Designer: Superbia's job as a fashion designer has been the basis of two events in the past: Runway, and Alluring Dress. Both feature outfits designed by him.
  • Fashion Model: He has modeled for his own designs before.
  • Formerly Fat: When he was little, he was rather overweight, which he is sensitive about.
  • Pointy Ears: Like the rest of the Votalia princes, Superbia has pointy ears.
  • Team Mom: Gets teased by the other Votalia princes (mostly from Las, to be honest) for acting like a mom. In general, Superbia is quite mature and well-put together compared to the other Votalia princes. He adopts a motherly attitude to the Heroine.

    Theodor 

Voiced by: Shun'ichi Toki

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Original version - Sun awakening
Country: Country of Archive - Lecord
Age: 26
As a Lecord prince, Theodor is the one charged with keeping records on popular culture. While carrying out his duties, learning about popular culture sparked off an interest in technology, which is why he owns a watch that can create holographic projections among other functions. He can be very enthusiastic about his interests and will ramble on about them. However, he is aware about his habit of rambling and will oftentimes cut himself off in the middle of talking to apologise for boring the listener.


  • Cannot Talk to Women: While Theodor has a few hangups about talking with people in general, it's much worse with women to the point that when he is reminded that the Heroine is a women, he immediately fails to think of anything to say even though he had been fine with talking to her just prior.
  • Chatterbox: Can ramble on and on about his interests.
  • Did They or Didn't They?: In his 'Casino' version, Theodor invites the Heroine back to his room after sharing some red wine and an intimate conversation. Whether they end up doing it or just falling asleep like they've done before, it's a mystery.
  • I Thought Everyone Could Do That: During the 'Casino' event, Theodor plays through each of the slot machines and correctly predicts which slot machine would get first prize, scoring a row of 777 on the first try. He explains that he memorised the arrangement of patterns on the other slot machines and that it was simply a matter of focus. When faced with amazement at his ability to memorise, he shrugs it off, saying it was an ordinary thing to do.
  • Liquid Courage: As a consequence of his sudden inability to continue holding a conversation with the Heroine, they both decide to drink some red wine to help loosen up.

    Thinpla 

Voiced by: Kouki Miyata

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Easter version - Moon awakening
Country: Country of Rainbow - Oz
Age: 22
Thinpla is a cyborg, with half his body made of machinery. Due to his modifications he is used as a living weapon burdened with protecting the country. He believes he doesn't have a heart.

    Thor 

Voiced by: Taishi Murata

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Power version - Unawakened
Country: Country of Weapon - Asgarz
Age: 17
Calm and composed, Thor has a wicked tongue which belies his gentle side. He inherited his hammer, Mjolnir, in order to go on a mission to defeat their archenemy Jormungandr.
  • Drop the Hammer
  • BFS: Thor is often shown wielding hammers ranging in length from body-length to going up to his shoulders from the ground up; the head of the hammer is usually longer than the width of his shoulders and its breadth almost thicker than the entire width of his torso.
  • Tsundere

    Toya 

Voiced by: Jun'ya Enoki

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Country: Country of Four Seasons - Hourai
Age: 24
Toya is a happy drunk, but, since his smile calls forth warm weather, he has to abstain from drinking during the winter, as it his duty to maintain the season.

    Vim 

Voiced by: Takuya Eguchi

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Riding Hood version - Unawakened
Country: Country of Wolf Beastman - Besmaar
Age: 23
On the night of the full moon, Vim disappears from the castle. When he returns, there are marks on his wrist that look like bruises. He keeps himself distant from other people.

    Zant 

Voiced by: Yuichiro Umehara

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Original version - Sun awakening
Country: Country of Spirit - Secundati
Age: 25
Prince of the Earth clan of Secundati. Zant keeps others at a distance, but has a gentle disposition towards the soil and flowers. He has blocked a certain incident in his past from his mind.


  • Dishing Out Dirt: Zant can make soil rich and fertile as well as adjusting soil acidity.
  • Elemental Hair Colors: Zant's short, somewhat unruly brown hair fits into the archetype of the Earth element.
  • Pointy Ears
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Zant can be outwardly cold and distant with his unsmiling expressions and blunt words, but the people familiar with him know he is actually warm and kind-hearted, even said to be too kind-hearted. His brother describes him as warm but not good at expressing his emotions.

    Zero 

Voiced by: Hideki Kojima

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Clock version - Unawakened
Country: Country of Time - Lyspur
Age: 26
Zero lives his life by the principles of rationality, and anything that doesn't conform to his mind's logic confuses him. He isn't good at feelings and other things that cannot be explained by reason. He likes cooking.
  • My Hero, Zero: Stands out from every other prince by virtue of the fact that he is the only prince whose vanilla version is only obtainable through ranking up in Score Challenge
  • Numerical Theme Naming: Like the other Time princes, Zero is named after a number.
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