List of characters in Suikoden Tierkreis
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This is a list of characters in the Nintendo DS role-playing video game Suikoden Tierkreis. No characters from previous installments in the Suikoden series appear in this game because it is not set in the same world as the previous games.
This list is laid out according to their political affiliation.
The protagonist of the game, known also by the default name of Sieg, is a member of the Citro Defense Corps and becomes the leader of the 108 Stars of Destiny as they seek to defeat the One King and the Order. The Hero is fifteen years old at the beginning of the game. Impulsive and lacking in foresight, he believes that nobody truly knows how things will turn, which is why one must try. Unlike other Starbearers, the Hero is unable to travel to other worlds, regardless of which Gateway he enters. The Hero initially wields a cudgel in combat. He is voiced by Jesse Camacho in the English version of Suikoden Tierkreis.
Found as an infant by the daughter of the Citro Village Elder Rajim on the plains above Citro Village, he was raised as a member of Rajim's family. He is close friends with Marica, Liu, Jale, and Dirk, other members of the Citro Defense Corps. During one of the Defense Corps' excursions to exterminate laggarts, source of trouble for villages, the Defense Corps encounters a forest that only the Hero recognizes as something that had not been in the area before. In the forest, the Hero, Marica, and Jale are given powers by a Chronicle and the trio realize that the forest did not exist in the area before. Imbued with visions of a terrible future, the Hero and his friends set out to learn more about Chronicles. They subsequently learn about the Order of the One True Way, a group that believes everything is predetermined, and the infinite existence of many worlds. When the Hero learns that the One King is the driving force behind the Order, he must gather the 108 Stars of Destiny and use the Chronicles to destroy the One King.
It is implied in the game that the hero came from another world as an infant, but that world was subsequently destroyed by the One King. The castle the Hero makes his base in and the clothes he wears in the latter half of the game are implied to have once belonged to his father.
Marica is Village Elder Rajim's daughter and one of the Hero's friends. She works as a guard of the village; though many believe she is simply being rebellious and acting against her parents' wishes, she takes her duties seriously. She wields a bow and arrow in combat.
When Marica and the Defense Corps enter a mysterious ruin and touches a strange book, she and her friends are imbued with visions of a terrible battle and the power of the Mark of the Stars in order to prevent the war they have seen. Upon the Defense Corps return to Citro Village, the group are forced to pursue Marica?, an identical alternate version of Marica from another dimension. Despite initially causing trouble in Citro Village, she reveals the existence that both her world and the Hero's are part of many worlds. As she is searching for something in particular, she joins the Hero as an ally, though has trouble getting along with Marica. Marica? wields an axe in combat, and in her homeworld she becomes the Tenkai Star, leading her own iteration of the Stars of Destiny against the One King.
Jale is a member of the Citro Village Defense Corps and a trusted friend of the Hero. He grew up with Marica and the Hero and is close to them as a result. As a child, he and the Hero frequently caused trouble in the village. Along with the Hero and Marica, he is imbued with the power of the Mark of the Stars.
Jale is a martial artist and fights with his fists. He was trained by his mother Selen and is usually self-conscious in her presence. Because she is frequently absent from the village for bodyguarding assignments, she is surprised by his growth in skill after he and his friends manage to repel members of the Order Army.
Other Citro Villagers
Liu is a member of the Citro Defense Corps and a close friend of the Hero. Unlike his friends, he came to Citro Village three years prior to the game and his background is largely unknown. His physical combat abilities are not strong and he wields a magic staff in combat. It is eventually revealed that Liu was originally known as "Liu-Shen", a Scribe who disliked the isolated nature of the Scribe Village and its attitude towards the Chronicles, so elected to leave. Liu is voiced by Cameron Ansell in the English version of Suikoden Tierkreis.
Dirk is a guard of Citro Village, and the leader of the town's Defense Corps. He wields a spear. He is seen as an older brother to Jale, Marica, Liu and the Hero. Unlike the Hero and his friends, Dirk does not receive special powers from touching the Chronicle. He aids the Order of the One True Way out of jealousy and wishing for the Hero and Citro Village to return to the way it was before the Hero found the Chronicle.
Sisuca is Marica's older sister and a caring maternal figure to the Hero and his friends. Like her sister, she wields a bow.
Rajim is an elder of Citro Village and Sisuca and Marica's father, as well as the Hero's adoptive father. He initially wields a mace in combat.
Selen is Jale's mother, as well as his teacher and frequent sparring partner. Men often refer to her as "The Storm" for her abilities. Because she works as a bodyguard, she is frequently away from the village.
Yadima is an old farmer who enjoys his work and whose ability to determine when it will rain allows the Hero to cast doubt on the Order of the One True Way's ability to predict natural occurrences.
Tehah Village and the Ch'olui Mountains
Sotah is a wise and learned old man who enjoys sharing his knowledge with others and joins the Hero after seeing the Hero's eagerness to learn.
Maybelle is a young mage arts student who daydreams that she is a reincarnated Warrior of Light. She becomes infatuated with the Hero.
Nhazu is young boy from Tehah Village who suspects the world has changed, but is unable to determine why until he touches the Chronicle. He wields throwing knives and is the apprentice of Dogha.
Dogha is a mountaineer who lives in the Ch'oloui Mountains and is highly familiar with the dangers of the mountain. When the Ch'olui Mountains disappear, Dogha's history is rewritten and he becomes a hermit.
Sphiel, the "Snow Fairy" or "Ch'oloui Fairy," is an eccentric woman encountered on the Cho'loui Mountains. She passionately loves snow, but her attempts to make others love snow tend to be violent and unsuccessful as a result. Sphiel wields a magic staff in battle. After the war she would appear at any random tavern, offering patrons with snow-cooled drinks.
Macoute is the corrupt head of Grayridge, assigned to the position by the Order of the One true Way. He ordered all the boys in Grayridge to become soldiers for the Order and for all the girls to work at the Chapter Hall. His corruption reached Order headquarters and was arrested and re-educated.
Logan is the owner of an inn in Grayridge. He used to work in the mines of Grayridge. He joined the Hero's Company to keep an eye on his daughter.
Erin is Logan's daughter who works in the Grayridge Chapter Hall of the Order, but is actually working to expose Macoute's wrongdoings. She is usually quiet, but can be assertive. She joined the Hero's Company after going to Cynas with them.
Anya is a secretary forced to work in the Chapter Hall and is a friend of Erin, though she often shirked her duties. She enjoys gossiping and becomes acquainted with Sotah as a result.
Lubberkin is a friend of Logan who accidentally fell into a gateway and has become lost from his homeworld for some time. He joins the Company when he finds out the Order has occupied Grayridge.
Gilliam is a soldier for the Order of the One True Way (chief Guard at the Chapter Hall) who sympathizes with Logan's separation from Erin, but still refuses to allow him to see her in the Chapter Hall. He becomes Mayor of Grayridge after the war ends, continuing his work of rebuilding the town.
Luvais is a mysterious, aloof former general of the Magedom of Janam known for his mastery of obtaining intelligence and obtaining critical battle information. Being a clairvoyant, he could find out the Order's movements before anybody else. He blames the Order for the death of his wife.
Balsam is an inventor who uses an unknown technology. His mentor may have come from what is now known as Rarohenga. He installs the elevator at the castle.
Yod is a synthetic android (mechanical figure) created by Balsam. He is strong, and has a will of its own and real emotions. His core was almost sacrificed to make the castle's elevator work.
Zayin is an android that Balsam and Yod finds in the Rarohenga ruins and reactivate. He is the 7th version of a series of battle androids from another world designed to stop the One King.
Rufa is an enigmatic girl found in the Rarohenga ruins who is searching for Rarohenga's Chronicle. She has an uncanny ability to drive monsters away. She speaks to Zayin as though he were human.
Lao Kwan is the Elder Scribe of the Woodland Village and the leader of the scribes. She is often referred to as the Venerable One. The tattoo she bears on her body is actually the Mark of the Tautau Council, a Chronicle from the scribes' original world. Her Chronicle gives her the power to neutralize the power of other Chronicles. She exhausts her power in order to bring the Chronicle containing the Hero, Liu, and Chrodechild from the Ravine of Infinity.
Len-Lien is a young Scribe girl who acts as Lao-Kwan's caretaker. She is a friend of Liu. She would have left Noslaw Woods if it weren't for her duties.
Kow-Low is a friendly Scribe who does not believe that the Scribes should be isolated from the rest of the world. As a result, he is considerably less hostile toward Liu.
Mun-Tsang is a Scribe from the Noslaw Woods who agrees with Liu that the Scribes should not isolate themselves. However, her actions resulted in her exile, with her red tattoos bearing proof of her being an exile. She eventually becomes the Hero's tactician.
Luo-Tao is a well-mannered Scribe warrior who wields a bow. He has the ability to sense the location of Chronicles.
Hao-Shi is a militant conservative Scribe who opposes Liu becoming the Scribes' new Elder, believing that Liu's experiences outside the Woodland Village are heretical.
Diulf is the King of the Furious Roar, a stern but good leader for his people. He serves the Hero as a high-ranking general. After the war he would marry one of his retainers.
Megion is a former member of Furious Roar who once competed with Diulf to become king. He leaves the tribe to prevent a division in loyalties when it becomes clear that the One King is a greater threat. After the war he would also marry his female retainer Eusmil.
Cougar is a warrior befriended by the hero. He, Lycia, and Servillah, are Diulf's retainers.
Servillah is one of Diulf's retainers, who would later marry him. She is Eusmil's rival.
Lycia is also one of Diulf's retainers who enjoys eating, particularly pekklar meat.
Autar is a young member of the Furious Roar who idolizes Diulf.
Tigre is an old friend of Diulf and watches over Furious Roar when Diulf is away.
Eusmil is a companion of Megion who follows him when he lives the tribe. She is Servillah's rival.
Nictis is another companion of Megion and so loyal to Megion that even a direct order from Megion is unable to deter Nictis so he will remain with Furious Roar.
Ordovic is a creature that resides in the Ancetral Altar of the Auster Folk and referred to them as the "First Ancestor;" however, he is not an ancestor to the Auster Folk at all. As a creature from another world, Ordovic had once been a Starbearer who died fighting against the One King. He was resurrected by unknown means and retains his status as a Starbearer. While being worshipped by the Auster Folk embarrasses him, Ordovic does not mind if that is how the Auster Folk wish to treat him.
Ordovic has acted as the voice and guide of the Auster Folk for many years until he became silent. While the Auster Folk believed that his silence was an indication they were following the right path, in truth, Ordovic had lost his ability to speak when the Chronicle of Noble Steel had been removed from the Ancestral Altar. After the Hero brings Ordovic the Chronicle of Steel, Ordovic is given a form and voice again and joins the Hero in order to fight the Order of the One True Way.
Ordovic’s nature is of great interest to Indrik, who questions his ability to be a Starbearer in two worlds, as others like Atrie or Cougar were not in other worlds. Diiwica considers such questions blasphemous, but Ordovic himself is nonchalant.
Other Auster Folk
Kashgar is the Chief of the Auster Folk who believes in predetermination and supports the Order of the One True Way until Ordovic confronts him.
Vaslof is an Auster Folk general and loyal soldier of the Order of the One True Way with a high sense of honour and justice.
Resno is Vaslof's wife and a powerful warrior in her own right, often fighting alongside him.
Indrik is a guardian of the Ancestral Altar and seems unafraid to question Ordovic's nature as a Starbearer of two worlds, believing it will deepen his faith.
Diiwica believes Ordovic's questions to be blasphemous, though she does not like it when Indrik stops asking questions for her sake.
Gorno is a bad-tempered but talented artisan who refuses to believe his creations can be predetermined.
Muro is a friendly Auster Folk man who offers his ability to lift heavy objects to anyone who needs it. He is the "horned monster" "attacking" Wanderers in the Gineh Valley before the Hero came to clear things up. After being recruited he eventually aids Yadima with farmwork, which Yadima praises Muro's aptitude for. He would later become Yadima's successor.
Neira is the leader of the Porpos-kin and High Priestess of Naineneis. Devoted to the Sea Goddess Ninulneda, she is capable of speaking the will of the goddess; while she invokes the goddess to scold Numnu, she also calls upon her to bless her troops before battle. Neira despises humans, but attacks the Hero's forces in hopes of bartering the return of the stolen Beads of the Priestess from the Order of the One True Way. The Porpos-kin ally themselves with the Hero and the Company after he recovers the beads, which are revealed to be another Chronicle.
While Neira does not join the Company until the attack on Astrasia, she serves as the commander of the Nainemeis forces. She personally volunteerings to recover the Chronicle of the Cerulean Flux and aids in the storming of Fort Arc. Her weapon is a magical staff.
Nimni is the greatest warrior of Naineneis. His weapon is a spear.
Nemne is a cheerful porpoise-kin who loves to sing. Her weapon is a boomerang.
Nomno is a porpoise-kin that loves to sleep and spends most of his time asleep. His weapon is a spear.
Numnu is a Prankster Porpos-kin that likes to get people in trouble. After going too far Neira forces him to join the Hero as punishment. He wields a spear in battle.
Namna is Neira's attendant who cannot stand being away from Neira because he is afraid she may be harmed. His weapon is a sword.
Dromon is the leader of the Dromon Pirates and is known for only attacking ships belonging to corrupt nobles and companies and supporting the Porpos-kin.
Felecca is a member of the Dromon Pirates and a calm and capable woman whose dignified demeanor disappears whenever she sees anything she finds cute.
Xebec is Dromon and Felecca's younger humble brother and acts as the brains of the pirates. Dromon sends him to the Academy in Lonomakua since he believes that even pirates need to be educated; Xebec graduates with honours.
Kane Milohai is the benevolent Chief of Lonomakua, a nation on an island archipelago southwest of Naineneis affected by a fusion of two worlds.
Kane Hekili is Kane's younger brother and the head of the Tribal Council of Lonomakua.
Hina is Hekili's daughter and the princess of Lonomakua.
Chrodechild is the leader of the Blades of Night's Veil, a brigade of skilled swordsman enlisted as a high force for the Magedom of Janam, and is an expert swordfighter. Though she is a princess of Astrasia and heir to the throne, she was forced to flee her country when the Order of the One True Way attacked and the King of Astrasia perishes. She and the Blades of the Night's Veil ally themselves with the Magedom of Janam in hopes of using their army to reclaim Astrasia, but must constantly rebuff the advances of the Mage Emperor, who desires to make her his fourth Empress Consort. Upon joining the Hero's forces, she serves as a high-ranking commander. Chrodechild is eventually able to reclaim Astrasia after defeating her sister when her sword reveals itself as a fragment of the Divine Edge, the sword to be wielded by the true monarch of Astrasia and a Chronicle.
Fredegund is the second princess of Astrasia and Chrodechild's younger sister. Out of depression over her father's death and frustration at being unable to surpass her sister's skill as a swordswoman, Fredegund becomes a general of the Order of the One True Way. As her sister advances to Astrasia to reclaim the country, she is given half of Divine Edge, which is revealed a Chronicle. After being defeated by her sister, she renounces her allegiance to the Order when her sister reveals her strength came from her desire to become a person Fredegund could be proud of. Fredegund joins the Starbearers in order to fight alongside her sister, but must contend with the Astrasians who regard her as a traitor.
Meruvis is an adjutant of the Blades of the Night's Veil under Chrodechild.
Roberto is the youngest member of the brigade. He is at first at odds with the Hero.
Gadburg is the blacksmith of the Blades of the Night's Veil, responsible for their signature Black Blades.
Mourgent is a legendary blademaster of Astrasia, but went into hiding in the ruins near Citro Village and was believed to be dead.
Guntram is a vassal to the former King of Astrasia and the leader of the country's liberation movement. He becomes Prime Minister of Astrasia under Queen Chrodechild after the war.
Amaralicht is a soldier in the Astrasia insurgency.
Quillard, is Amaralicht's younger brother who considers Fredegund as a traitor to Astrasia. He and Amaralicht would later train under Chrodechild and become Knights of the Blades of Night's Veil.
Magedom of Janam
Danash VIII is the Mage Emperor of the Magedom of Janam, the only country powerful enough to resist the Order of the One True Way. However, he prefers that his allies compete amongst themselves to prevent them from joining together to overthrow him.
When the Hero and Chrodechild realize this tactic, he turns against Chrodechild so that she must take responsibility for her loss against the Order of the One True Way and accept his order for her to become his fourth Empress Consort and gain control of the Blades of the Night's Veil. However, the Hero and Asad rescue her, and Danash's forces are defeated and the Hero spares his life. When Danash returns to the Magedom, the Magedom issues a decree that the Hero’s company is to be treated as a neutral party rather than an enemy. Soon afterward, Danash sends a missive that the Order intends to attack the Magedom, and asks for the Company’s assistance. However, when the Order’s forces pull back, and the Magedom is caught in the fusion of the 10th world and Danash disappears with the Magedom.
Other characters from Janam
Shairah is Danash's first Empress Consort and the Commander-in-Chief of the Magedom of Janam forces. Despite her dignified public demeanor, she slurs her speech and tends to be a drunk in private. A competent general who is popular with the people of Janam, she has a low opinion of Rizwan.
Asad is the second Mage Captain in the Magedom Forces of Janam and Shairah's direct subordinate. He is in love with Chrodechild.
Hafin is a soldier serving under Asad.
Nakil is a young soldier in the Magedom forces and looks up to Asad.
Rizwan is the second Empress Consort and in charge of the Arcane Academy.
Manaril is Rizwan's daughter and the Princess of the Magedom of Janam. Her mother ruthlessly drives her to become a "reader", a person who is capable of seeing the content of a Chronicle. After the battle she stayed at the Company's castle to continue studying the Chronicles with Sophia.
Mubal is researcher at the Arcane Academy who assists Rizwan to research the Chronicle of Fierce Regalia.
Nuzhat is former head of the Arcane Academy and Mubal's master. She would later reside in the cellar of the castle of the Hero's company.
Kureyah is the third Empress Consort and comes from the town of Salsabil. She considers Shairah to be vulgar.
Masrur is Kureyah's father and Viceroy of Salsabil, which was once a country in his own right.
Furat is Kureyah's mother.
Shams is Kureyah's son and the Prince of the Magedom of Janam. He would later return to Salsabil as its King.
Taj is an attendant of Prince Shams.
Misrach is the head of the Salsabil Liberation Army. He later becomes a Grand General of the Mage Forces under Asad.
Zahra is an energetic physician who eagerly treating injuries from non-humans and exotic patients, such as Porpos-kin, Furious Roar, and Auster Folk. He continued on becoming the Company's physician even after the battle.
Eunice is a nurse and Zahra's assistant, frequently apologizes for his enthusiasm and acts professionally.
Wustum is a skilled chef in the Imperial Palace who often deems Danash and Shairah to be unworthy of eating his incredible cooking. He later becomes the Royal Chef of Salsabil and continued to deal with Shams' sense of taste.
United Kingdom of Ritterschild
Geschutz is the captain of a unit of the Belfar Agency in United Kingdom of Ritterschild and wields a rifle. He is tasked with retrieving Chronicle of Fierce Regalia from the Magedom of Janam.
Buchse and Minen are sharpshooters who are direct subordinates of Geschutz; their weapons are a rifle and a pistol respectively. Buchse is usually quiet when the Hero talks to him.
Khemia is an inventor who is interested in gun technology. He wields a pistol.
Tsaubern is a young noble from the Halnish family of Ritterschild with an affinity for high places. He is acquainted with the Belfar Agency and is aware of Minen's aristocratic background.
Empire of the North Star
Ayano is a crude and unrefined woman who happens to be one of the Seven Imperial Generals of the Empire of the North Star.
Daigoh is also one of the Seven Imperial Generals and commands the War Priestess Mayula.
Mayula is suspected to be Yula, a traveler to Astrasia who approaches Chrodechild for a duel to see her abilities, though Yula politely denies any connection to the War Priestess.
Yomi is a traveling performer from the Empire of the North Star.
Chihaya, is Yomi's companion who plays her flute while he dances.
Order of the One True Way
Valfred is the Chancellor of the Order of the One True Way, who preaches the philosophy of the existence of one world with one predetermined future. One century prior, he lost his wife and two children due to the first world fusion. Determined to bring back the happier days of his life, he worked with the Scribes to find the True Chronicle of the world and gained knowledge of the past and future, allowing him to predict natural disasters and freeze his aging.
While Valfred claims to use his power to save lives when inevitable fusions occur, his true goal is to summon the One King and relive the happiest day of his life for eternity. However, the ritual requires the sacrifice of twelve worlds; to do so, Valfred uses the Chronicle and True Chronicles from other worlds to rewrite the True Chronicle of his world in induce more fusions. Since Chronicles are limited to one use in this manner, Valfred brought together archivists to seek out new worlds and acquire their Chronicles. Though he desires to bring others to the world of the One King along with him, only those who accept the philosophy of the One King can go to his world; as such, he forms the Order of the One True Way.
Valfred succeeds in obtaining more Chronicles, but gradually loses his archivsts in pursuit of his goal. He manages to induce all the necessary fusions on his own and sumons the One King, allowing him to go to the One King's domain and live the happiest day of his life with his family until the Hero manages to enter the world with the power of the Chronicles and slays him.
The One King is a being worshiped by the Order of the One True Way whose origins are unknown. When he descends upon worlds, he rewrites the world's True Chronicle and ends them by eliminating all the Starbearers within them, since a world with no Starbearers will fuse with another world. When the Hero learns that Atrie and Marica? have come from other worlds to prevent the One King from coming to their worlds and destroying them, the Hero resolves to do the same. Inside the One King's Tower is a Stone Tablet of Promise, similar to the tablet in the Hero's castle; however, all the names inscribed on the tablet have been scorched off and illegible. It is implied that the One King was once a man who became the vessel of the energy of all the united Starbearers.
During the battle against the One King, the Hero's attacks only become somewhat effective with the aid of the Chronicles. In response, the One King brings all the Starbearers to his world, where they experience the happiest day of their lives repeated perpetually. When the Starbearers reject this world, they storm the One King's tower upon the return to their own world and defeat him with the Chronicles. With the fall of the One King, the Gateways to other worlds cease to function and infinity continues as a multitude of worlds rather than a fusion of one.
The Head Archivist of the Order of the One True Way, who is capable of opening Gateways at will and travelling to any destination she has previously been with her magical staff — one of the Chronicles. In the past, Diadora experienced the destruction of her own world on the hand of the One King.
The Hero first encounters Diadora in Cynas, where she lies in order not to disclose the true nature of the Chronicle obtained by the Hero. She uses Dirk's jealousy with not becoming a Starbearer to recruit him into the Order. Diadora reveals the true nature of Chronicles - they are books from other worlds in the Infinity that have been destroyed - and that the True Chronicle contains the past and future history of the current world, including when world fusions will occur. She believes that the Order of the One True Way must obtain the Chronicles to prevent losing lives when fusions occur. She begins to lose faith in Valfred and the Order after Valfred induces the tenth fusion in Janam and joins the Hero's army in order to use the Chronicles to save lives. As a member of his company, she investigate the eleventh and twelfth fusions and is able to claim the Chronicle of Peaceful End from the latter fusion. Her naming of the eleventh fusions "Rarohenga" reveals to Hotupa that Diadora is a Wanderer, since the word means "Hell" in Hotupa's language.
After the defeat of the One King, the Gateways to other worlds disappear. Diadora continues to use her Chronicle to travel around the world and help others rebuilt, but eventually disappears without a trace.
Sophia is a malevolent Archivist who devotedly assists Valfred and is dedicated to the Order of the One True Way. She is Nova's daughter, but when he went berserk from receiving the mark of the Sacred Twin Blades and fatally wounded her, Valfred revived her using the True Chronicle. The trauma from the incident blocked her mind from recognizing Nova and she believes that Valfred is her father. Valfred bestows upon her the Mark of the True Chronicle, granting her Starbearer-like abilities.
Sophia, often accompanied by Nova as her bodyguard, assists the Order by stealing the Chronicles. During a battle where she and Nova manage to stop Asad and Chrodechilde, Sophia is subdued by Manaril, who activates the Chronicle. Overwhelmed by memories from the Chronicle, Sophia passes out from strain and loses the Chronicle of Fierce Regalia. Valfred later implants the Chronicle of Boundless Amber into her body to bring about the eleventh fusion. Because Nova is opposed to this, he attacks Valfred only to be wounded by Sophia.
Sophie continues to be an enemy to the Company until Liu is able to suppress the Chronicle in her body with his own. Nova is able to reach his daughter and she finally recalls who he is; in the process, the Chronicle leaves her body. After she recovers, Sophia reveals Valfred is forcing fusions of worlds to occur rather than altering the location of world. She joins the Hero to travel to the eleventh world to find the Chronicle, though she fails to retrieve the Chronicle before Valfred. After the war, Sophia accepts Manaril's offer to become friends and uses her Mark of the True Chronicle to aid Manaril and Mubal with their research on Chronicles.
Nova is a stoic armoured soldier who was granted the mark from the Sacred Twin Blades. He is Sophia's father; when Valfred used the True Chronicle to mark Nova an artificial Starbearer, Nova when berserk and attacked his wife and daughter. His wife died immediately while Sophia was fatally wounded. Valfred healed Sophia using the True Chronicle; however, the mental trauma associated with the incident resulted in her forgetting that Nova was her father. He remains by his daughter's side as her guardian.
Despite an agreement with Nova, Valfred implants a Chronicle into Sophia at her request. Nova, enraged that Valfred has broken their agreement, attacks and is blasted by Sophia, though is saved by intervention of the Hero and Diadora. He defects to the Hero's side afterward and asks for the Hero to save Sophia. After Liu is able to suppress the Chronicle in her body, Nova is able to reconcile with his daughter, whose memory of her father returns.
Other members of the Order
Beardsley is a commander of the Order of the One True Way who persuades Fredegund to turn against Chrodechild.
Conon is a hotheaded Archivist constantly looking for the Hero's group in order to steal their Chronicles. He is later implanted with the Chronicle of Cerulean Flux.
Fergus is Conon's companion. An Archivist with a cooler temperament, he is later implanted with the Chroicle of Noble Steel, which grants him great power along with terrible suffering. Both perish in battle against the Hero's army.
Darrow is an Order soldier from Cyans. Savina is Darrow's girlfriend; they have an illicit relationship because the Order has ordained that they are not meant for each other. After the war, their marriage inspires all who lost hope during the war.
Some members of the Stars of Destiny come from lands beyond; others have unknown origins, but are clearly travelers in the town in which they are found.
Hotupa is a Wanderer and a merchant skilled with opening, closing, and manipulating gateways. After the battle with the One King, he works part-time as a liaison for the Company.
Moana is a woman who collects missions for the Company. She takes her work quite seriously, and works as a helper behind the scenes for the Company.
Wahle is renowned guru among Wanderers and knowledgeable about Gateways. He works with Moana to take requests from other worlds. Though the Gateways disappeared after the defeat of the One King, he continued to teach young Wanderers at the Corridor.
Rekareka is an accomplished Wanderer trader who travels with her son Tuhululu in order to teach him about the trading business. She and Tuhululu run the Hero's trading post.
Tongatihi is a successful Wanderer businessman whose wealth come from investments and was able to retire at a young age.
Zenoa is a cloaked woman with a bad attitude and reveals little about herself who often appears from nowhere. Despite being disgusted by the Hero's youth, she bestows upon him the Stone Tablet of Promise. She later became the custodian of the True Chronicle.
Atrie is a young man who is the leader of the Starbearers in his own world who attempted to defeat the One King.
Enumclaw is a strangely dressed warrior who eradicates Formless Demons and is initially found near Citro Village.
Nofret is the leader of a gang of treasure hunters from another world with a desert who is aware of the darker nature of her work, but enjoys digging.
Keflen is a man from another world found in the mysterious ruins in the Janam desert, implied to have come from the same world the desert appeared from after the 10th fusion.
Belemuel is a mysterious figure that Keflen attempted to summon during his battle against the One King. He seeks out Enumclaw for reasons unknown after the war.
Bosche is a rugged adventurer who has traveled his entire life, so is unable to even determine his own nationality. During his travels, he meets and falls in love with Lathilda.
Lathilda is an Astrasian lady-in-waiting who returns Bosche's love and marries him.
Icas is a womanizer who flirts with every young woman he encounters.
Morrin is a young woman who is flattered by Icas' attention but becomes upset when she sees him flirting with another woman. She later gave up on Icas.
Yovel is Morrin's younger brother, bodyguard, and traveling companion. Because of his good looks and young age, he wears a beekeeper's mask at Morrin's insistence.
Ouragan is an assassin hired by a nobleman to kill Icas after Icas flirted with the noble's girlfriend, though Ouragan believes the job is foolish. He, in fact, is interested in sightseeing and getting a taste of Pekklar meat.
Semias is a traveling gambler initially encountered at the Grayridge mines and joins the Hero after the Hero wins a bet that the two will meet again. After the defeat of the One King, he opened a gambling saloon.
Chien is a woman who trains on the Marsinah Plains and is acquainted with Furious Roar as a rival of sorts to Lycia.
Ramin is a traveling musician and composer whose music has the power to make people anger and argumentative. He is eager to pick fights and is disappointed to find that his music does not affect Porpos-kin or Furious Roar.
Ramin? is an alternate world version of Ramin, possesses the same abilities and the effect of their music cancels each other's music.