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My name is Weisser Drache. I am the White Dragon.
— Weisser Drache, the antagonist of BLUE_EYES.

The Blue Trilogy is, you guessed it, a trio of novels in the works by Troper Neves783.

The trilogy focuses on two individuals: Akane Orikasa, who is chosen by a mysterious woman in white in order to stop a global catastrophe from happening, and Weisser Drache, an empowered man with a Dark and Troubled Past and wishes to exact vengeance against the world.


(Note: This is a work in progress, and so, many of these tropes are subject to change along the way. Please be patient.)

Provides Examples Of:

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  • Book One Final Boss: Weisser Drache. Subverted in that the final opponent in the story turns out to be the someone else.
  • Kill Sat: Starlight Breaker.
  • Mega-Corp: WEISS-Corporation. Bleumer Corp, which was owned by Weisser Drache's father, used to be one in the past until its destruction.

    Untitled second book 

    Untitled third book 

Character Tropes (SPOILERS!)

Main characters

    Akane Orikasa / "Rose Viviane" 

Akane Orikasa / "Rose Viviane"

An Office Lady with Psychic Powers, Akane just wanted to become an Idol Singer. However, as she was on her way to an audition, she is attacked by an ice assassin - only to be saved in the nick of time by Rachelle and Sayaka.

Her rescue leads to Akane being recruited by the Internationalis Defensio Cogere, or the I.D.C., a group of empowered individuals sworn to protect the world from harm.

Her Genesis gene manifests as Psychic Powers in the form of "stardust" attacks. She also receives the mark of Caritas from Maki, making her one of the seven bearers of the Virtues.

    Stephan Leblanc / "Weisser Drache" 

Stephan Leblanc / "Weisser Drache"

Weisser is the CEO of WEISS-Corp, and his plan is to capture Akane. It is eventually revealed that he intended to do this to use her as a Living Battery to power up his Kill Sat, the Starlight Breaker, and blow up the planet - himself included.

His Genesis gene gives him Super Speed as well as photon-based attacks.

    Maki Hoshino 

Maki Hoshino

Weisser Drache's deceased Love Interest who keeps appearing to Akane, telling her to stop her beloved's plans.

Crystal Knights

    Team-wide tropes 

    Sayaka Miyazawa / "Emerald Galahad" 

Sayaka Miyazawa / "Emerald Galahad"

The first 'Crystal Knight" to be introduced, alongside Rachelle.Her Genesis gene gives her wind powers. She bears the Temperantia mark.

    Rachelle Hannaway / "Ruby Percival" 

Rachelle Hannaway / "Ruby Percival"

One of the six "Crystal Knights" and one of the first two to be revealed alongside Sayaka.

Her Genesis gene manifests as control over flames. She bears the Industria mark.

    Jeanne Neumann / "Aqua Bedivere" 

Jeanne Neumann / "Aqua Bedivere"

The third "Crystal Knight" to be introduced.

Her Genesis gene gives her mastery over water. She bears the Castitas mark.

    Gasira Bakhita / "Topaz Yvaine" 

Gasira Bakhita / "Topaz Yvaine"

The fourth Crystal Knight revealed, Gasira is the friendliest of the six.

Her Genesis gene allows her to use light-based projectiles. She bears the Humanitas mark.

    Leah Evans / "Citrine Agravain" 

Leah Evans / "Citrine Agravain"

The fifth Crystal Knight introduced.

Her Genesis gene gives her Super Strength (in the form of powerful punches, mostly as well as the ability to use earth-based powers.

    Phoemela Lopes / "Amethyst Pellinore" 

Pamela Lopes / "Amethyst Pellinore"

The sixth Crystal Knight revealed.

Her Genesis gene grants her control over her own shadow. She bears the Patientia mark.

  • 24HourArmor: She keeps her battle uniform - including the combat vest - on at all times.
  • Brazil: Her country of origin. To be precise, she was a member of the drug-fighting police forces. What happened to her squad, courtesy of Irvine Dominguez, was what led her to quit the force.
  • Casting a Shadow: Her spells involve using her shadow as a weapon.
  • Confusion Fu: Combines the dance-like moves of pencak silat with the sneaky tactics she could use with her shadow powers makes her an unpredictable fighter on the field.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Her entire squad was ambushed by the men in grey and transformed into zombies by the "hostage" they were meant to rescue.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: She fights with shadows, but is completely on the side of the protagonists.
  • Drowning My Sorrows: Frequently does this, which puts her at odds with Leah.
  • Shadow Walker: She can travel through her shadow. It's even named as such (Shadow Walk).
  • Tomboyish Ponytail
  • Trademark Favorite Drink: Beer. Switches to tomato juice as part of her Character Development.

Internationalis Defensio Cogere (I.D.C.) East-Asia 3rd Fleet

    Yuriy Sokolov / "Isolde One" 

Yuriy Sokolov / "Isolde One"

One of the two special agents who accompany the Crystal Knights during their missions, alongside Johnny Crowe.

    Johnny Crowe / "Isolde Two" 

Johnny Crowe / "Isolde Two"

One of the two special agents who accompany the Crystal Knights during their missions, alongside Yuriy Sokolov. He serves as the team's Mission Control through their armored battle truck, the Prydwen.

    Cpl. Gerard "Rex" Russell / "Obsidian Mordred" 

Gerard "Rex" Russell / "Obsidian Mordred"

Corporal and top marksman of the I.D.C. He has a major disdain for women as well as those with the Genesis Gene, yet circumstances has him ally with the Crystal Knights nonetheless.

    Capt. Carmen Santana / "King Arthur" 

Capt. Carmen Santana / "King Arthur"

The Crystal Knight's helicopter pilot, who flies the team to their destinations during operations.

    Cmdr. Irina Pavlivna / "Merlin" 

Commander Irina Pavlova / "Merlin"

The Commander-in-Chief of the I.D.C. Asia-Pacific 3rd Fleet and the one in charge of the Avalon mobile naval base.

Internationalis Defensio Cogere (I.D.C.) Council

    As a group 
They serve as the council leaders of the I.D.C.


A mega-corporation owned by a person known only as Weisser Drache. They specialize in telecommunications and Internet service as well as the production of smartphones.

    As an organization 

    Irvine Dominguez / "Schwarzer Drache" 

Irvine Dominguez / "Schwarzer Drache"

Weisser Drache's personal bodyguard. He carries the Ira mark.

    Yu Yuna 

Yu Yuna

Weissder Drache's personal Meido.


Hyojin/Yakov Andreyev

The first of Weisser's three mercenaries sent to capture Akane.His Genesis gene grants him the power to create and control ice. He bears the Mark of Sin "Acedia".


Fujin/Fiona Bathory

The second of Weisser's three mercenaries sent to capture Akane.Her Genesis gene grants her the power to generate poisonous gas, which she can use to quickly kill targets. He bears the Mark of Sin "Invidia".
  • Arch-Enemy: She serves as this towards Yuriy, because she's responsible for his sister's death.
  • Artificial Human: One of the three escaped "Seths" originally created by underground renegade Soviet groups, she now works under Weisser's command.
  • But for Me, It Was Tuesday: She doesn't remember killing Yuriy's sister, having murdered several other women in a spree throughout Budapest during that time.
  • Combat Sadomasochist: She gets positively orgasmic whenever she dominates her opponents, especially if they're women.
  • Deadly Gas: Her Eve powers.
  • Femme Fatale: Serves this role for the three mercenaries. Curiously, her targets of seduction are females.
  • Kick Chick: Her fighting style is savate, which is French kickboxing.
  • Kiss of Death: Towards female targets, especially those she likes.
  • Poisonous Person: She generates poison gas, which can kill in seconds.
  • Projectile Kiss: Towards any opponent she doesn't deem desirable.
  • Psycho Lesbian: Gets positively orgasmic at the idea of kissing other women to death. Towards guys, she'll just blow a kiss of poison gas at them.
  • Sensual Slavs: She's Polish and is very sexual in her interaction with other characters. She's a disturbing mockery of this trope.
  • Smoke Out and Super Smoke: One of her nastier tricks. She creates a large barrier of smokescreen, then merges herself with the smoke in order to avoid being physically attacked. The caveat is that she herself cannot attack while in gas form. Akane has to use her Aura Vision to locate her in the smokescreen in order to anticipate where Fujin will attack next.
  • Soft-Spoken Sadist: She enjoys the thrill of killing, especially female victims.
  • Tomboyish Ponytail: Reaches to her hips.


Hyojin/Marcu Balan

The third of Weisser's three mercenaries sent to capture Akane.

Special Assault Team (Kyoto Branch)

The real-life Japanese counterpart to S.W.A.T. forces. In BLUE_EYES, members of the Kyoto branch appear as a group of allies during the Kanshu-ji hostage crisis.

    As a group 

    Chief Inspector Wakamoto 

Chief Inspector Wakamoto

The Chief Inspector of S.A.T. Kyoto, who leads the entire S.A.T. force on a search mission in Kanshu-ji Temple.

    Inspector Nakata 

Inspector Nakata

  • Number Two: To Chief Inspector Wakamoto.
  • Old Police Officer: Only slightly younger than the Chief Inspector, and is a definite badass. He takes on many of the battle bots by himself.


Officer Mizuki

One of the few surviving S.A.T. officers that the Crystal Knights find in the temple. First seen alongside his partner, Yuuki.


Officer Yuuki

One of the few surviving S.A.T. officers that the Crystal Knights find in the temple. First seen alongside his partner, Mizuki.


Officer Kingetsu

One of the few surviving S.A.T. officers that the Crystal Knights find in the temple. First found injured nearby one of the photon explosives.


Officer Saito

One of the officers, he initially accompanies Chief Inspector Wakamoto and Inspector Nakata on their search for the hostages. He's among the casualties of the attacking battle robots.


Expies and Homages


    In-story references (by chapter) 
  • PROLOGUE: "I am the White Dragon"
    • A line from Stephan's declaration before he turns the Eiffel Tower into a photon Tesla coil of doom:

  • LINK 01: "Here comes Akane Orikasa!"

  • LINK 02: "The Cold Assassin - Hyojin"
    • Hyojin's intro scene is lifted almost wholesale from the T-800's entrance from The Terminator, with the expanding circle and the electric sparks. At least he isn't Naked on Arrival.

  • LINK 03: "Mysterious Message"
    • Akane's Out-of-Clothes Experience dream, where she first meets Maki, is based on similar scenes involving mental communication among the psychic [[Franchise/Gundam Newtypes]].

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