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Fiore DeRosa is a non-player character in Bravely Default, Bravely Default: Praying Brage, and Bravely Second: End Layer. He is the leader of the Bloodrose Legion and bearer of the Red Mage asterisk.

D 's Journal entriesEdit

Bloodrose Legion Leader

Behind his ladies' man veneer, he has set multiple schemes in motion to ruin Florem's society based on Crystalist values.

A 38-year-old man of unknown origin. His full name is Fiore DeRosa, and he holds the red mage asterisk. He is slowly but surely corrupting the devout nation of Florem from within with his meticulous schemes.

  • Likes: Exploitable women, rising to power, fame
  • Dislikes: Children, stubborn underlings

ProfileEdit

AppearanceEdit

Fiore is a 38 year old man with rose-colored hair, a small black goatee, and grey eyes. He wears an open red shirt with a large rose on his left shoulder as well as red and black gloves. He has a small red scarf around his neck. He wears black pants with rose designs down the sides and a red belt with a rose buckle. His knees length boots are red and black. He wields the sword Bloodrose.

PersonalityEdit

Fiore is a womanizer, but unlike Ringabel, sees women as tools to achieve his ends of rising up the ranks.

StoryEdit

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Bravely DefaultEdit

BD Among the Anticrystalist forces that countered Eternia, Fiore had a good friendship with Qada and Erutus Profiteur as the three formed an alliance to make preparations to take over the established Duchy. After becoming commander of the Bloodrose Legion, Fiore is sent by the Eternian forces to corrupt Florem. However, DeRosa secretly plotted to overthrow the Duchy using the research he conducted with Qada to wipe out Florem. For this, with their older sister as his proxy, DeRosa has Mephilia Venus and Artemia Venus provide poisonous ingredients from the realm's most sacred animals while he abducts certain women to be subjected to the perfume he created that would make the women fall madly in love with him.

The process of which involved using his special cologne on one victim and then extracting samples from the victim in order to make more perfume and repeat the entire process over again in order to achieve his desire which is to rise among the ranks by deliberately targeting women who had connections and could help further his position and wealth. However, DeRosa's dandy attitude catches the attention of Ringabel whose investigation results with Edea Lee using Sage Yulyana's bravo bikini to get DeRosa's attention. But by the time they found her, Edea was under DeRosa's influence before being snapped out of it as they defeat him.

In the second world, the party confronts DeRosa as he tries to cover up his actions by saying they were permitted by Braev Lee. However, with the exception of Edea, the group knew DeRosa's experiments were not acceptable to the Duchy's leader. In the fourth world, DeRosa meets with Qada and Profiteur in the Eternian Command Center's dungeon to enact a scheme which would use a specially made virus to wipe out the Duchy leadership while presenting himself and Profiteur as heroes. However, after being warned by Einheria, Edea and her friends take out the three and lock them in a cell. By then, Alternis arrives and informs the trio that their conspiracy has been revealed by members of the Bloodrose Legion and they will remain in the cell until Braev Lee delivers their sentence.

In the fifth world, DeRosa gets orders to bring the Bloodrose Legion to Eternia and gets on the Venus Sisters' bad side when he attempts to flirt with them to pass the time on the airship, going so far as to discreetly pull out a vial of what is implied to be his cologne, that Einheria ultimately spots before he can use it. When the wind vestal's group arrives, the Venus Sisters are moments away from attacking in self-defense, but fortunately for DeRosa he takes advantage of the situation and redirects Einheria and her sisters' attack Agnès's group before the Bloodrose Legion fall back to Eternia Central Command.

Bravely Second: End LayerEdit

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Fiore DeRosa in the demo.

Fiore makes an appearance once more as the bearer of the Red Mage asterisk. He is fought as a boss in the demo and grants the Red Mage asterisk upon his defeat. In the full game, he appears again, reformed as a professor of Al-Khampis.

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GameplayEdit

Bravely DefaultEdit

As a Red Mage, Fiore uses Black and White Magic with his "Revenge" abilities which gives him extra BP whenever he is attacked. Fiore can also charm his opponents, with Edea charmed at the start of the battle and he can charm various characters at any given moment. However, one can give Edea an item that will nullify the charm status altogether from the very start of battle leaving one to focus upon Fiore.

Bravely Second: End LayerEdit

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Fiore in battle.

Fiore reprises his role as a Red Mage and utilizes a variety of Black and White Magic in battle.

Creation and developmentEdit

VoiceEdit

Fiore is voiced by Jōji Nakata in the Japanese version. He shares his Japanese voice actor with Grimoire Valentine and Weiss the Immaculate from Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII-.

He is voiced by Steve Staley in the English release. He shares his English voice actor with Kadaj from Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children and Papalymo from Final Fantasy XIV.

Non-Final Fantasy guest appearancesEdit

Fantasy Earth ZeroEdit

DeRosa's weapon appeared in a collaboration event.[1]

GalleryEdit

EtymologyEdit

Fiore means "flower" in Italian.

The surname De Rosa (DeRosa in the United States) is a common Italian surname meaning "pink", derived from the Latin word Rosa which means "rose."

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