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Profiles of the prominent figures your party have met on your travels, detailing what your party currently know of them.
—In-game description

Personae (人物事典, Jinbutsu Jiten?, lit. Person Encyclopedia), also called Person, is a feature in Final Fantasy Tactics. They can be read in the Chronicles of the game's events, and detail what is known of the characters the party encounters. These entries first appear when information about a character are brought to the attention of the player in any form, or when a playable character is meet. Later are replaced as events unfold or when a playable character is lost for any reason: dismissed by Ramza; lack of Bravery; excess of Faith; death.

Ramza BeoulveEdit

Biography

A knight apprentice of the Royal Military Akademy at Gariland. House Beoulve has long been a respected military family, and for generations has produced commanders of the Order of the Northern Sky. Born to a different mother than his two elder brothers, Ramza, the great house's youngest son, harbors feelings of inferiority to his trueborn siblings.

Event

A knight apprentice of the Royal Military Akademy at Gariland. House Beoulve has long been a respected military family, and for generations has produced commanders of the Order of the Northern Sky. Though a member of House Beoulve, Ramza feels out of place among his brothers.

Event

A member of a sellsword company led by Gaffgarion. Disillusioned by the tragedy at Ziekden, he left the Order of the Northern Sky to become a mercenary. He has severed ties with House Beoulve and taken his mother's family name. Now none but Gaffgarion know of his noble roots. He continues to fill his days with the clash of weapons in the hope of finding some direction.

Event

The youngest son of House Beoulve, a family of prominent military ancestry. After witnessing the kidnapping of Princess Ovelia, he learned of his elder brother Dycedarg's plan to manipulate the events of the resulting war in a bid for power. Realizing he could not sit idly by, Ramza decided to attempt to stem the outbreak of war in opposition to his brothers.

Event

The youngest son of House Beoulve, a family of prominent military ancestry. After witnessing the kidnapping of Princess Ovelia, he learned of his elder brother Dycedarg's plan to ignite a war. He rescued the princess in an attempt to prevent war, but was foiled by Cardinal Delacroix. He has now been branded a heretic and is wanted for the cardinal's murder.

Event

The youngest son of House Beoulve, a family of prominent military ancestry. He stands in staunch opposition to his brother Dycedarg and others who brought about this war for personal gain. He also discovered that the Church of Glabados is moving in the shadows in a plot to regain its lost authority, and that the Lucavi are manipulating the Church in turn.

Delita HeiralEdit

Biography

Delita is Ramza's childhood friend and knight apprentice of the Royal Military Akademy at Gariland. Born to a farming family in the demesne of House Beoulve, Delita and his sister were taken in by the late Lord Barbaneth after losing both parents to the Black Death. Despite his low birth, he was allowed into the Akademy at Lord Barbaneth's request.

Event

Delita is Ramza's childhood friend and knight apprentice of the Royal Military Akademy at Gariland. Born to a farming family in the demesne of House Beoulve, Delita and his sister were taken in by the late Lord Barbaneth after losing both parents to the Black Death. Meeting Argath and Milleuda has forced Delita to question his own place.

Event

A childhood friend of Ramza. Although thought to have perished in an explosion at Ziekden Fortress, he was later discovered to have survived. He reappeared as one of the kidnappers who abducted Princess Ovelia from Orbonne Monastery. Why Delita has chosen to align himself with the Order of the Southern Sky is a mystery.

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A childhood friend of Ramza. Delita was one of the kidnappers of Princess Ovelia. Although he was thought to be aligned with the Order of the Southern Sky, this does not seem to be the case. Rather, he appears to be working with figures plotting something known to neither Duke Larg nor Duke Goltanna.

Event

A childhood friend of Ramza. Delita was a lieutenant commander of the Blackram Knights under Baron Grimms. He was promoted to his current position of commander by Duke Goltanna as a reward for successfully returning Princess Ovelia to Zeltennia, making it appear this chain of events came to pass through the machinations of a deliberate will.

Event

A childhood friend of Ramza. Delita was a lieutenant commander of the Blackram Knights under Baron Grimms. He was promoted to commander by Duke Goltanna as a reward for returning Princess Ovelia to Zeltennia. Accusations of treason on the part of Count Orlandeau then led the duke to place Delita in command of the Southern Order as well.

Event

A childhood friend of Ramza. Though it is thought that Count Orlandeau's assassination of Duke Goltanna resulted in Delita's appointment as lord commander of the Order of the Southern Sky, the truth paints quite a different tale. Amidst the bedlam of Fort Besselat's defense, Delita freed the count and slew the duke himself. Even now, Delita continues manipulating others to fulfill his own ambitions.

Ovelia AtkaschaEdit

Biography

Ovelia was adopted by the late King Ondoria III after he lost his second son, but is actually trueborn daughter to the former monarch Denamda IV and half-sister to Ondoria III. Soon after entering the Atkascha royal family, a third son, Prince Orinus, was born to the queen, and Ovelia was entrusted to Duke Larg.

Alma BeoulveEdit

Biography

The youngest of the four Beoulve children, Alma is Ramza's full sister. She attends the Eagrose Preparatory Akademy, and like her brother, was born of a different mother than the elder Beoulve siblings. Alma's bright and cheerful demeanor charms all those around her. Since birth, Alma has spent almost her entire life within a monastery, and has only recently returned to live in the Beoulve manse. Because of their similar circumstances—and closeness in age—she finds favor with Ramza over her elder siblings.

Event

The youngest of the four Beoulve children, Alma is Ramza's full sister. She attends the Eagrose Preparatory Akademy, and like her brother, was born of a different mother than the elder Beoulve siblings. Alma has spent almost her entire life within a monastery, yet she is possessed of a charmingly bright and cheerful demeanor. Alma has begun to question the motives of her two eldest brothers after losing Tietra and Delita in the tragedy at Ziekden Fortress.

Zalbaag BeoulveEdit

Biography

Lord commander of the Order of the Northern Sky and holder of the title Knight Devout, Zalbaag is the second eldest of the Beoulve brothers. His countless victories in the Fifty Years' War led the late king Denamda IV to declare, "The savior of Ivalice is in Gallionne, and his name is Beoulve." Zalbaag is also a devout member of the Church of Glabados.

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Lord commander of the Order of the Northern Sky and holder of the title Knight Devout, Zalbaag was the second eldest of the Beoulve brothers. His countless victories in the Fifty Years' War led the late king Denamda IV to declare, "The savior of Ivalice is in Gallionne, and his name is Beoulve." Zalbaag fell battling his brother Dycedarg—the man who killed their father.

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Lord commander of the Order of the Northern Sky and holder of the title Knight Devout, Zalbaag was the second eldest of the Beoulve brothers. His countless victories in the Fifty Years' War led the late king Denamda IV to declare, "The savior of Ivalice is in Gallionne, and his name is Beoulve." Reincarnated as a Lucavi thrall, Zalbaag was then defeated in battle.

Dycedarg BeoulveEdit

Biography

Dycedarg is the eldest Beoulve brother, and a military tactician in the service of Duke Larg, liege lord of Gallionne. In accordance with the wishes of his late father, Lord Barbaneth, Dycedarg ceded the position of commander of the Order of the Northern Sky to his brother Zalbaag. Instead, he became a strategist for Duke Larg, a friend of Dycedarg's since childhood. Dycedarg is Duke Larg's most trusted retainer. In addition to being a master tactician, it is also said that he is an expert swordsman well versed in the ways of magick.

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Dycedarg is the eldest Beoulve brother, and a military tactician in the service of Duke Larg, liege lord of Gallionne. In accordance with the wishes of his late father, Lord Barbaneth, Dycedarg ceded the position of commander of the Order of the Northern Sky to his brother Zalbaag. Instead, he became a strategist for Duke Larg, a friend of Dycedarg's since childhood. Dycedarg is Duke Larg's most trusted retainer. In addition to being a master tactician, it is also said that he is an expert swordsman well versed in the ways of magick. He was gravely wounded in a recent surprise attack by the Corpse Brigade.

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Dycedarg is the eldest Beoulve brother, and a military tactician in the service of Duke Larg, liege lord of Gallionne. In accordance with the wishes of his late father, Lord Barbaneth, Dycedarg ceded the position of commander of the Order of the Northern Sky to his brother Zalbaag. Instead, he became a strategist for Duke Larg, a friend of Dycedarg's since childhood. Dycedarg was Duke Larg's most trusted retainer. In addition to being a master tactician, it is also said that he was an expert swordsman well versed in the ways of magick. He assassinated Duke Larg at Fort Besselat, but was subsequently slain in a fierce attack by Zalbaag's forces soon after seizing power.

Bestrald LargEdit

Biography

Liege lord of Gallionne and trueborn brother to Queen Louveria, wife of King Ondoria III. House Larg is a branch of the Atkascha royal family, and can trace its roots to King Denamda II—the monarch responsible for the Fifty Years' War. Duke Larg served as a general in that conflict, and today possesses command over the Order of the Northern Sky.

Event

Liege lord of Gallionne and trueborn brother to Queen Louveria, wife of King Ondoria III. House Larg is a branch of the Atkascha royal family, and is able to trace its roots back to King Denamda II—the monarch responsible for the Fifty Years' War. Duke Larg was assassinated as part of Lord Dycedarg's plot during the siege of Fort Besselat.

Druksmald GoltannaEdit

Biography

The ruler of Zeltennia. Duke Goltanna, like Duke Larg, is descended from the line of King Denamda II, the monarch responsible for the Fifty Years' War. His standard is the Black Lion—one head of the royal family's twin-headed lion crest. He served as a general in the Fifty Years' War and now controls the Order of the Southern Sky—one of the great knightly orders of Ivalice.

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The ruler of Zeltennia. Duke Goltanna, like Duke Larg, is descended from the line of King Denamda II, the monarch responsible for the Fifty Years' War. His standard is the Black Lion—one head of the royal family's twin-headed lion crest. He was assassinated during the siege of Fort Besselat in a plot directed by Delita Heiral and the Church of Glabados.

Orinus AtkaschaEdit

Biography

The third son born to King Ondoria III and Queen Louveria. As their first two children died shortly after birth, Prince Orinus is heir to the throne of Ivalice. Few among the citizenry retain faith in their current king, who rarely participates in matters of government, citing ill health. Most realize that the regent who governs in his place has the true power.

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The third son born to King Ondoria III and Queen Louveria. As their first two children died shortly after birth, Prince Orinus is heir to the throne of Ivalice. As he is yet an infant, a regent is to be appointed to govern in his stead. Dukes Larg and Goltanna are even now preparing to clash over this coveted position.

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The third son born to Queen Louveria and the late King Ondoria III. Because their first two sons died shortly after birth, Prince Orinus is the rightful heir to the throne of Ivalice. As he is yet an infant, a regent was to be appointed to govern in his stead. However, war broke out before one was named, and Duke Larg forcibly declared Prince Orinus king.

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The third son born to Queen Louveria and the late King Ondoria III. Because their first two sons died shortly after birth, Prince Orinus was the rightful heir to the throne of Ivalice. When war broke out, Duke Larg declared the prince to be king, and himself regent. After the duke's assassination, however, Orinus led the life of a fugitive, finally taking refuge in Romanda.

Louveria AtkaschaEdit

Biography

Wife of King Ondoria III of Ivalice and trueborn sister to Duke Larg. Louveria became queen at 20 years of age and gave birth to three sons. Her first two children died shortly after birth, leaving the infant Prince Orinus as the only heir to the throne. The king's ill health has left him distant from affairs of state, making the queen the de facto ruler of Ivalice.

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Wife of King Ondoria III of Ivalice and trueborn sister to Duke Larg. Louveria became queen at 20 years of age and gave birth to three sons. The first two children died shortly after birth, leaving the infant Prince Orinus as the only heir to the throne. After the king's death, the queen quickly disposed of any who stood in her way—even members of the royal family.

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Wife of King Ondoria III of Ivalice and trueborn sister to Duke Larg. Louveria became queen at 20 years of age and gave birth to three sons. Her first two children died shortly after birth, leaving. Prince Orinus as the only heir. She was banished to Fort Besselat after being accused of kidnapping Princess Ovelia to ensure that her own son would sit the throne.

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Ondoria III of Ivalice and trueborn sister to Duke Larg. She became queen at 20 and bore three sons. The first two died shortly after birth, leaving Prince Orinus the sole heir. She was banished to Fort Besselat, accused of kidnapping the princess to ensure her own son would sit the throne. She disappeared amid the battle that erupted there soon after.

Ondoria Atkascha IIIEdit

Biography

18th monarch in the Atkascha line, Ondoria III was crowned king after Denamda IV's death from illness in the final days of the Fifty Years' War. In stark contrast to his predecessor, who had led his own troops into battle, Ondoria III has been sickly all his life. In fact, historians point to Ondoria III's poor leadership as one of the main factors in Ivalice's defeat.

Event

18th monarch in the Atkascha line, Ondoria III was crowned after Denamda IV's death in the final days of the Fifty Years' War. In stark contrast to his predecessor, who had led his own troops into battle, Ondoria III is frail, weak-willed, and ill-suited to his position. He lies in his sickbed as the court prepares for Prince Orinus to ascend the throne.

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18th monarch in the Atkascha line, Ondoria III was crowned after Denamda IV's death in the final days of the Fifty Years' War. In stark contrast to his predecessor, who personally led men into battlem Ondoria III was frail, weak-willed, and generally ill-suited to his position. He contracted the Black Death and died after seven days and nights of fevered suffering.

Marcel FunebrisEdit

Biography

High Confessor Marcel is the leader of the Church of Glabados in Mullonde. Although the Church has lost some of its former power, for the most part it answers to no authority but its own. It is no overstatement to say that the High Confessor wields power rivaling that of the king. He is guarded by an order of elite warriors known as the Knights Templar.

Event

High Confessor Marcel is the leader of the Church of Glabados in Mullonde and the mastermind behind the War of the Lions. By orchestrating this conflict, the High Confessor hopes to regain the Church's lost influence. His ultimate goal is for the Church to become the supreme power in Ivalice—greater even than the Crown itself. While fanning the flames of war between the dukes Larg and Goltanna, the High Confessor is using his Knights Templar to search for the Zodiac Stones in hopes of winning over the common people.

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High Confessor Marcel was the leader of the Church of Glabados in Mullonde and the mastermind behind the War of the Lions. By orchestrating this conflict, the High Confessor hoped to regain the Church's lost influence. His ultimate goal was for the Church to be the supreme power in Ivalice—greater even than the Crown itself. In reality, the High Confessor had been carrying out the will of dark beings known as Lucavi. He died an unwitting pawn in their ploy to dominate the world of men.

Argath ThadalfusEdit

Biography

Born at Lefondes in Limberry, Argath is a knight apprentice in the household of Marquis Elmdore. His family was brought to ruin during the Fifty Years' War, and it is Argath's ambition to bring honor back to the Thadalfus name by becoming a knight. This obsession often causes him to act without regard for others, giving him a reputation for selfishness.

Event

Born at Lefondes in Limberry, Argath is a knight apprentice in the household of Marquis Elmdore. His family was brought to ruin during the Fifty Years' War, and it is Argath's ambition to bring honor back to the Thadalfus name by becoming a knight. He envies Ramza who, despite being of higher birth than Argath, does not appreciate his own fortune.

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Born at Lefondes in Limberry, Argath was a knight apprentice in the household of Marquis Elmdore. His family was brought to ruin during the Fifty Years' War, and it was Argath's ambition to bring honor back to the Thadalfus name by becoming a knight. He was killed at Ziekden Fortress during a campaign to eliminate the Corpse Brigade.

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Born at Lefondes in Limberry, Argath was a knight apprentice in the household of Marquis Elmdore. His family was brought to ruin during the Fifty Years' War, and it was Argath's ambition to bring honor back to the Thadalfus name by becoming a knight. He was revived by the power of the Lucavi after being slain at Ziekden, but was defeated by Ramza.

Goffard GaffgarionEdit

Biography

A sellsword hired by the Order of the Northern Sky to escort Princess Ovelia to Eagrose. He once served as a division commander in the Order of the Eastern Sky in the Fifty Years' War. But at war's end, Gaffgarion was expelled from the Order as a result of the barbarism of the methods he employed to ensure victory.

Event

A sellsword hired by the Order of the Northern Sky to escort Princess Ovelia to Eagrose. He once served as a division commander in the Order of the Eastern Sky in the Fifty Years' War. But at war's end, Gaffgarion was expelled from the Order as a result of the barbarism of the methods he employed to ensure victory. He died in battle at the gate of Lionel Castle.

Agrias OaksEdit

Biography

A noble and fiercely loyal female knight serving in the Lionsguard, the Crown's personal shields. Tensions between Dukes Larg and Goltanna after the death of Ondoria III led to fears for Princess Ovelia's safety, and the Council dispatched Lady Agrias to Orbonne Monastery as a guard. She sympathizes with the princess for having to live a sequestered life.

Dismissed by Ramza

A noble and fiercely loyal female knight serving in the Lionsguard, the Crown's personal shields. Tensions between Dukes Larg and Goltanna after the death of Ondoria III led to fears for Princess Ovelia's safety, and the Council dispatched Lady Agrias to Orbonne Monastery as a guard. She was dismissed by Ramza.

Lack of Bravery

A noble and fiercely loyal female knight serving in the Lionsguard, the Crown's personal shields. Tensions between Dukes Larg and Goltanna after the death of Ondoria III led to fears for Princess Ovelia's safety, and the Council dispatched Lady Agrias to Orbonne Monastery as a guard. She deserted in the midst of battle after losing her nerve.

Excess of Faith

A noble and fiercely loyal female knight serving in the Lionsguard, the Crown's personal shields. Tensions between Dukes Larg and Goltanna after the death of Ondoria III led to fears for Princess Ovelia's safety, and the Council dispatched Lady Agrias to Orbonne Monastery as a guard. She deserted due to a change in ideals.

Death

A noble and fiercely loyal female knight serving in the Lionsguard, the Crown's personal shields. Tensions between Dukes Larg and Goltanna after the death of Ondoria III led to fears for Princess Ovelia's safety, and the Council dispatched Lady Agrias to Orbonne Monastery as a guard. Her death in battle was a tragic loss.

Cidolfus OrlandeauEdit

Biography

Often called the Thunder God, Count Orlandeau is lord commander of the Order of the Southern Sky, and fought alongside Barbaneth and Zalbaag Beoulve in the Fifty Years' War. He has been fast friends with Duke Goltanna for some twenty years, and it is due to House Orlandeau's support that the duke can wage war. However, Count Orlandeau is critical of the duke's recent behavior.

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Often called the Thunder God, Count Orlandeau is lord commander of the Order of the Southern Sky, and fought alongside Barbaneth and Zalbaag Beoulve in the Fifty Years' War. Accused of plotting against his duke, he was stripped of title and imprisoned at Fort Besselat. However, he escaped thanks to the efforts of his adopted son, Orran Durai, and Ramza.

Dismissed by Ramza

Often called the Thunder God, Count Orlandeau is lord commander of the Order of the Southern Sky, and fought alongside Barbaneth and Zalbaag Beoulve in the Fifty Years' War. Accused of plotting against his duke, he was stripped of title and imprisoned at Fort Besselat. However, he escaped thanks to the efforts of his adopted son, Orran Durai, and Ramza. He was later dismissed.

Excess of Faith

Often called the Thunder God, Count Orlandeau is lord commander of the Order of the Southern Sky, and fought alongside Barbaneth and Zalbaag Beoulve in the Fifty Years' War. Accused of plotting against his duke, he was stripped of title and imprisoned at Fort Besselat. However, he escaped thanks to the efforts of his adopted son, Orran Durai, and Ramza, but later left them.

Death

Often called the Thunder God, Count Orlandeau is lord commander of the Order of the Southern Sky, and fought alongside Barbaneth and Zalbaag Beoulve in the Fifty Years' War. Accused of plotting against his duke, he was stripped of title and imprisoned at Fort Besselat. However, he escaped thanks to the efforts of his adopted son, Orran Durai, and Ramza, but later died in battle.

Orran DuraiEdit

Biography

A mage in the service of the Order of the Southern Sky, and adopted son of its lord commander, Count Orlandeau. His true father served with the count and was killed in the waning days of the Fifty Years' War. Orran has a gift for gathering information, and his ability to form viable strategies based on it has earned him a place as Count Orlandeau's right hand.

Event

A mage in the service of the Order of the Southern Sky, and adopted son of its lord commander, Count Orlandeau. His true father served with the count and was killed in the waning days of the Fifty Years' War. Orran is currently investigating corruption in the Church at Count Orlandeau's behest.

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A mage in the service of the Order of the Southern Sky, and adopted son of its lord commander, Count Orlandeau. His true father served with the count and was killed in the waning days of the Fifty Years' War. After the assassination of Duke Goltanna, Orran's knowledge of what had actually transpired led Delita to imprison him in the Zeltennia Castle dungeon.

Zalmour LucianadaEdit

Biography

An inquisitor for the Church of Glabados. As a priest whose duty is hunting down and exterminating heretics, he ranks in the top echelon of the Church's hierarchy. Confessor Zalmour wields incomparable power both within and without the Church, and no one—not even the knightly orders—can challenge his authority.

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A former inquisitor of the Church of Glabados. As a priest whose duty was hunting down and exterminating heretics, he ranked in the top echelon of the Church's hierarchy. Confessor Zalmour wielded incomparable power both within and without the Church, and no one could challenge his authority. He was defeated in battle with Ramza in Zeltennia.

Bremondt FreitbergEdit

Biography

Bremondt was born into a prominent Gariland family, and graduated at the top of his class at the Royal Military Akademy before succeeding Cardinal Delacroix as liege lord of Lionel. He exiled Beowulf out of jealousy over Reis, and had Reis abducted once she returned to human form. Bremondt took the form of a dark dragon when cornered by Beowulf, but was defeated.

Simon Penn-LachishEdit

Biography

Elder of Orbonne Monastery and renowned theologian, Elder Simon is a devout member of the Church of Glabados. Although he once served as a Church inquisitor, a certain incident led to his retirement, whereupon he withdrew to the remote sanctuary of Orbonne Monastery. He was both a teacher and a loving father figure to Princess Ovelia.

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Elder of Orbonne Monastery and renowned theologian, Elder Simon was a devout member of the Church of Glabados. Although he once served as a Church inquisitor, a certain incident led to his retirement, whereupon he withdrew to the remote sanctuary of Orbonne. He was slain when the Knights Templar raided Orbonne in search of the Virgo Stone.

Aliste RosenheimEdit

Biography

Former lieutenant commander of the Gryphon Knights of Lionel. Ser Aliste became commander following Beowulf's exile. Upon learning his days were numbered, Ser Aliste made up his mind to die fighting Beowulf, who had long considered the knight his most trusted soldier and a worthy rival. He was slain in battle at Lionel Castle after abducting Reis.

Beowulf CadmusEdit

Biography

A monster hunter by trade, Beowulf pursues the Holy Dragon of legend.

Event

Former leader of the Gryphon Knights of Lionel. When Celebrant Bremondt fell in love with Beowulf's fiancée Reis, he had Beowulf declared a heretic, stripping him of rank. Beowulf searched long for Reis, who had been changed into a dragon by the celebrant's curse, and found her at last in Gollund. He was able to return her to human form through the power of a Zodiac Stone.

Event

Former leader of the Gryphon Knights of Lionel. When Celebrant Bremondt fell in love with Beowulf's fiancée Reis, he had Beowulf declared a heretic, stripping him of rank. After Beowulf found Reis and freed her from the celebrant's draconic curse, she was then abducted and held for a time. Beowulf was reunited with her after defeating Celebrant Bremondt.

Dismissed by Ramza

Former leader of the Gryphon Knights of Lionel. When Celebrant Bremondt fell in love with Beowulf's fiancée Reis, he had Beowulf declared a heretic, stripping him of rank. After searching long for Reis, who had been changed into a dragon by the celebrant's curse, Beowulf found her at last and lifted the curse with a Zodiac Stone's power. He was later dismissed.

Lack of Bravery

Former leader of the Gryphon Knights of Lionel. When Celebrant Bremondt fell in love with Beowulf's fiancée Reis, he had Beowulf declared a heretic, stripping him of rank. After searching long for Reis, who had been changed into a dragon by the celebrant's curse, Beowulf found her at last and lifted the curse with a Zodiac Stone's power. He later deserted.

Excess of Faith

Former leader of the Gryphon Knights of Lionel. When Celebrant Bremondt fell in love with Beowulf's fiancée Reis, he had Beowulf declared a heretic, stripping him of rank. After searching long for Reis, who had been changed into a dragon by the celebrant's curse, Beowulf found her at last and lifted the curse with a Zodiac Stone's power. He later left due to a change in ideals.

Death

Former leader of the Gryphon Knights of Lionel. When Celebrant Bremondt fell in love with Beowulf's fiancée Reis, he had Beowulf declared a heretic, stripping him of rank. After searching long for Reis, who had been changed into a dragon by the celebrant's curse, Beowulf found her at last and lifted the curse with a Zodiac Stone's power. He later died in battle.

Wiegraf FollesEdit

Biography

Leader of the Corpse Brigade, a group of brigands terrorizing Gallionne. During the Fifty Years' War, he served as leader of the Dead Men, a company of volunteer soldiers assembled from the peasantry. Although they fought valiantly, they were no longer needed after Ivalice's defeat, and at war's end were summarily discharged without compensation.

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Leader of the Corpse Brigade, a group of brigands terrorizing Gallionne. During the Fifty Years' War, he served as leader of the Dead Men, a company of volunteer soldiers assembled from the peasantry. Although they fought valiantly, they were no longer needed after Ivalice's defeat, and at war's end were summarily discharged without compensation. As leader of the Corpse Brigade, Wiegraf used kidnapping and assassination in a campaign to free the common people from the suffering imposed by the ruling classes. However, the Brigade was wiped out in a government counterattack. Wiegraf has not been seen since the battle at Ziekden.

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Leader of the Corpse Brigade, a group of brigands terrorizing Gallionne. During the Fifty Years' War, he served as leader of the Dead Men, a company of volunteer soldiers assembled from the peasantry. Although they fought valiantly, they were no longer needed after Ivalice's defeat, and at war's end were summarily discharged without compensation. As leader of the Corpse Brigade, Wiegraf used kidnapping and assassination in a campaign to free the common people from the suffering imposed by the ruling classes. However, the Brigade was wiped out in a government counterattack. Wiegraf is currently working in secret as a member of the Knights Templar.

Event

Leader of the Corpse Brigade, a group of brigands terrorizing Gallionne. During the Fifty Years' War, he served as leader of the Dead Men, a company of volunteer soldiers assembled from the peasantry. Although they fought valiantly, they were no longer needed after Ivalice's defeat, and at war's end were summarily discharged without compensation. As leader of the Corpse Brigade, Wiegraf used kidnapping and assassination in a campaign to free the common people from the suffering imposed by the ruling classes. However, the Brigade was wiped out in a government counterattack. As the Church's interests coincided with his own hatred of the aristocracy, he then joined the templarate, but was slain in battle against Ramza at Riovanes.

ReisEdit

Biography

This rarity of nature, the Holy Dragon, was encountered in a mineshaft beneath the mining town of Gollund. Beowulf had apparently been in pursuit of this fascinating creature for some time.

Event

Reis was Beowulf's betrothed, but was changed into the Holy Dragon by Celebrant Bremondt's twisted curse. Although robbed of all past memories, a keen instinct drew her to Gollund in search of the Cancer Stone she felt would save her. Ultimately the curse was lifted, allowing Reis to be reunited with Beowulf.

Event

Reis was Beowulf's betrothed, but was changed into the Holy Dragon by Celebrant Bremondt's twisted curse. She was returned to human form by the power of the Cancer Stone. Although she was abducted and brought to Lionel Castle by one of Bremondt's men, she was ultimately rescued by Beowulf.

Dismissed by Ramza

Reis was Beowulf's betrothed, but was changed into the Holy Dragon by Celebrant Bremondt's twisted curse. Although robbed of all past memories, a keen instinct drew her to Gollund in search of the Cancer Stone she felt would save her. Ultimately the curse was lifted, and she returned to human form. She was later dismissed by Ramza.

Lack of Bravery

Reis was Beowulf's betrothed, but was changed into the Holy Dragon by Celebrant Bremondt's twisted curse. Although robbed of all past memories, a keen instinct drew her to Gollund in search of the Cancer Stone she felt would save her. Ultimately the curse was lifted, and she returned to human form. She later lost the will to fight and deserted.

Excess of Faith

Reis was Beowulf's betrothed, but was changed into the Holy Dragon by Celebrant Bremondt's twisted curse. Although robbed of all past memories, a keen instinct drew her to Gollund in search of the Cancer Stone she felt would save her. Ultimately the curse was lifted, and she returned to human form. She later left the battlefield due to a change in ideals.

Death

Reis was Beowulf's betrothed, but was changed into the Holy Dragon by Celebrant Bremondt's twisted curse. Although robbed of all past memories, a keen instinct drew her to Gollund in search of the Cancer Stone she felt would save her. Ultimately the curse was lifted, and she returned to human form. She later fell in battle.

Valmafra LenandeEdit

Biography

Once Delita had infiltrated Duke Goltanna's army, this young mage was sent by the Church to assist him. But like Delita, her faith in the Church is superficial at best; she simply feigns loyalty to pursue her own ambitions. Delita has a great deal of trust in her, however, and they often work together.

Event

Once Delita had infiltrated Duke Goltanna's army, this young mage was sent by the Church to assist him. Her orders were to execute Delita if he were ever to betray the Church. But even after his true plans were revealed, Valmafra realized she had grown to respect and admire Delita, and was unable to raise a blade against him.

Alphonse DelacroixEdit

Biography

Liege lord of Lionel and second in command to the High Confessor of the Church of Glabados. Cardinal Delacroix was also a respected theologian and knight of prominence in the Fifty Years' War. Since the murder of his wife and child by an Ordallian heretic, Cardinal Delacroix has devoted his life to serving the Holy Office of Inquisition. The common people adore him.

Event

Liege lord of Lionel and second in command to the High Confessor of the Church of Glabados. Cardinal Delacroix was also a respected theologian and knight of prominence in the Fifty Years' War. He is revered by the common people, but few know of his darker side. He is currently working with a criminal organization to acquire a Zodiac Stone found in Goug.

Event

Liege lord of Lionel and second in command to the High Confessor of the Church of Glabados. Cardinal Delacroix was a respected theologian and knight of prominence in the Fifty Years' War, and had been adored by the common people. The cardinal fused with Cúchulainn—one of the Lucavi demons of legend—and was seeking the Zodiac Stones as part of some vile plot.

Rapha GalthenaEdit

Biography

A member of Grand Duke Barrington's secret band of assassins known as the Khamja, and Marach's younger sister. Rapha lost her parents in the Fifty Years' War, and wandered the streets as an orphan until Barrington took her in and trained her as a mage. When she discovered the grand duke himself had razed her village, she left Riovanes and swore revenge.

Dismissed by Ramza

A member of Grand Duke Barrington's secret band of Khamja assassins, and Marach's younger sister. After losing her parents in the Fifty Years' War, Rapha wandered as an orphan until Grand Duke Barrington took her in. When she discovered the grand duke himself had razed her village, she left Riovanes and swore revenge. She was later dismissed by Ramza.

Lack of Bravery

A member of Grand Duke Barrington's secret band of Khamja assassins, and Marach's younger sister. After losing her parents in the Fifty Years' War, Rapha wandered as an orphan until Grand Duke Barrington took her in. When she discovered the grand duke himself had razed her village, she left Riovanes and swore revenge. She later lost the will to fight and deserted.

Excess of Faith

A member of Grand Duke Barrington's secret band of Khamja assassins, and Marach's younger sister. After losing her parents in the Fifty Years' War, Rapha wandered as an orphan until Grand Duke Barrington took her in. When she discovered the grand duke himself had razed her village, she left Riovanes and swore revenge. She later deserted due to a change in ideals.

Death

A member of Grand Duke Barrington's secret band of Khamja assassins, and Marach's younger sister. After losing her parents in the Fifty Years' War, Rapha wandered as an orphan until Grand Duke Barrington took her in. When she discovered the grand duke himself had razed her village, she left Riovanes and swore revenge. She later died on the battlefield.

Marach GalthenaEdit

Biography

A member of Grand Duke Barrington's secret band of Khamja assassins. After losing his parents in the Fifty Years' War, Marach wandered as an orphan until Barrington took him in and trained him as a mage. Marach thinks of the grand duke as his father, even going so far as to take up arms against his own sister, Rapha, who has turned against the lord.

Event

A member of Grand Duke Barrington's secret band of Khamja assassins. After losing his parents in the Fifty Years' War, Marach wandered as an orphan until Grand Duke Barrington took him in and trained him as a mage. He was slain atop Riovanes Castle shielding his sister Rapha from a bullet, but was revived by a Zodiac Stone.

Dismissed by Ramza

A member of Grand Duke Barrington's secret band of Khamja assassins. After losing his parents in the Fifty Years' War, Marach wandered as an orphan until Grand Duke Barrington took him in and trained him as a mage. He was slain atop Riovanes Castle shielding his sister Rapha from a bullet, but was revived by a Zodiac Stone. He was later dismissed by Ramza.

Lack of Bravery

A member of Grand Duke Barrington's secret band of Khamja assassins. After losing his parents in the Fifty Years' War, Marach wandered as an orphan until Grand Duke Barrington took him in and trained him as a mage. He was slain atop Riovanes Castle shielding his sister Rapha from a bullet, but was revived by a Zodiac Stone. He later lost the will to fight and deserted.

Excess of Faith

A member of Grand Duke Barrington's secret band of Khamja assassins. After losing his parents in the Fifty Years' War, Marach wandered as an orphan until Grand Duke Barrington took him in and trained him as a mage. He was slain atop Riovanes Castle shielding his sister Rapha from a bullet, but was revived by a Zodiac Stone. He later deserted due to a change in ideals.

Death

A member of Grand Duke Barrington's secret band of Khamja assassins. After losing his parents in the Fifty Years' War, Marach wandered as an orphan until Grand Duke Barrington took him in and trained him as a mage. He was slain atop Riovanes Castle shielding his sister Rapha from a bullet, but was revived by a Zodiac Stone. He was not so lucky when next he fell in battle.

Messam ElmdoreEdit

Biography

Liege lord of Limberry. Marquis Elmdore battled fearlessly against the Ordallian army when it invaded Ivalice in the latter days of the Fifty Years' War. Hailed by friends as the Silver Prince for his bright metallic armor and long silver hair, he was feared by foes as the Silver Demon. He is a devout member of the Church of Glabados and an ordained inquisitor.

Event

Liege lord of Limberry. Marquis Elmdore battled fearlessly against the Ordallian army when it invaded Ivalice in the latter days of the Fifty Years' War. Hailed by friends as the Silver Prince for his bright metallic armor and long silver hair, he was feared by foes as the Silver Demon. He died an honorable death in battle when struck by an arrow on the Fusse Plains.

Event

Liege lord of Limberry. Marquis Elmdore battled fearlessly against the Ordallian army when it invaded Ivalice in the Fifty Years' War, hailed by friends as the Silver Prince and feared by foes as the Silver Demon. He was struck dead by an arrow on the Fusse Plains, but rose again as one of the Lucavi. In the end, he was defeated at the hands of Ramza.

Gerrith BarringtonEdit

Biography

Liege lord of Fovoham. Grand Duke Barrington did not serve in battle during the Fifty Years' War, as he is no warrior, but his large group of sellswords assembled from foreign lands fought in his name. Among their numbers was a group of war orphans trained as assassins, whose tempered skill helped earn the grand duke the name of "King of the Forge."

Event

Liege lord of Fovoham. Grand Duke Barrington did not serve in battle during the Fifty Years' War, as he was no warrior, but his large group of outland sellswords fought in his name. The grand duke had stolen the Virgo Stone in hopes of utilizing its great power for military purposes. However, this drew Lord Folmarv's ire, and Barrington died in the ensuing chaos.

Mustadio BunansaEdit

Biography

A young man who works in the mines of Goug. Mustadio is the son of Besrudio Bunansa, a brilliant machinist famed for the creation of mechanical weaponry. Young Mustadio has mastered the use of the pistol, a device that can fire metallic projectiles at high speeds when packed with explosive powder.

Dismissed by Ramza

A young man who worked in the mines of Goug. Mustadio was the son of Besrudio Bunansa, a brilliant machinist famed for the creation of mechanical weaponry. Thugs in the employ of the Baert Trading Company pursued him in hopes of obtaining the Taurus Stone, which he had discovered in the tunnels beneath Goug. He was dismissed by Ramza.

Lack of Bravery

A young man who worked in the mines of Goug. Mustadio was the son of Besrudio Bunansa, a brilliant machinist famed for the creation of mechanical weaponry. Thugs in the employ of the Baert Trading Company pursued him in hopes of obtaining the Taurus Stone, which he had discovered in the tunnels beneath Goug. He later lost the will to fight and deserted.

Excess of Faith

A young man who worked in the mines of Goug. Mustadio was the son of Besrudio Bunansa, a brilliant machinist famed for the creation of mechanical weaponry. Thugs in the employ of the Baert Trading Company pursued him in hopes of obtaining the Taurus Stone, which he had discovered in the tunnels beneath Goug. He later stopped fighting due to a change in ideals.

Death

A young man who worked in the mines of Goug. Mustadio was the son of Besrudio Bunansa, a brilliant machinist famed for the creation of mechanical weaponry. Thugs in the employ of the Baert Trading Company pursued him in hopes of obtaining the Taurus Stone, which he had discovered in the tunnels beneath Goug. He died in battle, his young dreams unfulfilled.

Besrudio BunansaEdit

Biography

A veteran machinist living in the city of Goug. A master of his craft, Besrudio is most well known for his innovative mechanical weaponry. He is also an avid researcher, constantly analyzing ancient machinery in hopes of reviving it and making use of its technology. Thugs in the employ of the Baert Trading Company have abducted Besrudio for reasons unknown.

Event

A veteran machinist living in the city of Goug. A master of his craft, Besrudio is best known for his innovative mechanical weaponry. He is also an avid researcher of ancient machinery. Thugs in the employ of the Baert Trading Company abducted him in hopes of obtaining the Taurus Stone he had discovered in a tunnel beneath Goug. He was rescued by Ramza.

Ludovich BaertEdit

Biography

Head of the multifaceted Baert Trading Company, based in Warjilis. Ludovich Baert is a man of wealth and prestige, but he has another, lesser-known side as the leader of a criminal organization dealing in slave and opium smuggling. He has abducted Besrudio Bunansa for reasons unknown, and is currently in pursuit of the man's son, Mustadio.

Event

Head of the multifaceted Baert Trading Company, based in Warjilis. Ludovich Baert is a man of wealth and prestige, but he has another, lesser-known side as the leader of a criminal organization dealing in slave and opium smuggling. He was pursuing Mustadio Bunansa in hopes of obtaining the Taurus Stone, which was discovered in a tunnel beneath Goug.

Event

Head of the multifaceted Baert Trading Company, based in Warjilis. Ludovich Baert is a man of wealth and prestige, but he has another, lesser known side as the leader of a criminal organization dealing in slave and opium smuggling. His failure to seize the Taurus Stone infuriated the cardinal, who then saw Ludovich pay with his life.

CeliaEdit

Biography

A woman of great physical beauty who appears alongside Marquis Elmdore. Of her background, naught is known.

Event

An Ultima demon summoned by Marquis Elmdore.

LettieEdit

Biography

A woman of great physical beauty who appears alongside Marquis Elmdore. Of her background, naught is known.

Event

An Ultima demon summoned by Marquis Elmdore.

Ajora GlabadosEdit

Biography

Ajora was born in the Lesalian city of Bervenia twelve centuries ago. Raised in Milados, he preached openly about the coming of Paradise. This infuriated Pharist priests, and the Holy Ydoran Empire hanged him as a traitor. When Mullonde—the center of Pharist teachings—then sank into the sea, Ajora's disciples began to preach of his divinity, eventually forming the Church of Glabados.

Folmarv TengilleEdit

Biography

Details concerning this knight are unknown. He seems to be tied to Ovelia's kidnapping, along with Delita Heiral.

Event

Lord commander of the Knights Templar in Mullonde. Though High Confessor Marcel was to lead the revived Zodiac Braves, Lord Folmarv seems to have plans of his own.

Loffrey WodringEdit

Biography

A Knight Templar in the service of the Church of Glabados. By order of Lord Folmarv, he set off to Eagrose in hopes of forming an alliance with Lord Dycedarg. Ser Loffrey is one of a select few who know of Lord Folmarv's true intentions.

Isilud TengilleEdit

Biography

A Knight Templar in the service of the Church of Glabados. Ser Isilud is the trueborn son of Lord Folmarv, the templarate's lord commander. He is also one of the new Zodiac Braves, holding the Pisces Stone. Ser Isilud blindly follows the words of his father, but has no knowledge of the Stone's power to summon Lucavi.

Event

A Knight Templar in the service of the Church of Glabados. Ser Isilud was the trueborn son of Lord Folmarv, the templarate's lord commander. He was also one of the new Zodiac Braves, holding the Pisces Stone. He was killed by his father, who was said to have become a Lucavi.

Cletienne DuroiEdit

Biography

A Knight Templar in the service of the Church of Glabados. Cletienne is quite an accomplished mage, and graduated with top honors from the Royal Military Akademy at Gariland. Such was his devotion to the Church of Glabados that he joined the templarate immediately after graduating from the Akademy.

Barich FendsorEdit

Biography

A Knight Templar of the Church of Glabados. Ser Barich was a machinist in Goug before joining the templarate. As a result, his pistol skills far outmatched his swordplay. Born a commoner, Barich joined a movement against the aristocracy in his youth. Due to this, his name appeared on a blacklist kept by the templarate. He died fighting in the Beddha Sandwaste.

Meliadoul TengilleEdit

Biography

A Knight Templar of the Church of Glabados. Lady Meliadoul is Lord Folmarv's daughter, and sister to Ser Isilud, who is thought to have been murdered by his father when he took the form of a Lucavi. She pursues Ramza in a vow to avenge Isilud.

Event

A Knight Templar of the Church of Glabados, and daughter to Lord Folmarv. After witnessing the marquis Elmdore de Limberry transform into Zalera, the Death Seraph, she began to question the motives of her own father. Lady Meliadoul now travels alongside Ramza on a search for the truth.

Dismissed by Ramza

A Knight Templar of the Church of Glabados, and daughter to Lord Folmarv. After witnessing the marquis Elmdore de Limberry transform into Zalera, the Death Seraph, she began to question the motives of her own father. She was dismissed from battle by Ramza.

Lack of Bravery

A Knight Templar of the Church of Glabados, and daughter to Lord Folmarv. After witnessing the marquis Elmdore de Limberry transform into Zalera, the Death Seraph, she began to question the motives of her own father. She later lost her nerve and deserted.

Excess of Faith

A Knight Templar of the Church of Glabados, and daughter to Lord Folmarv. After witnessing the marquis Elmdore de Limberry transform into Zalera, the Death Seraph, she began to question the motives of her own father. She later left the battlefield due to a change in ideals.

Death

A Knight Templar of the Church of Glabados, and daughter to Lord Folmarv. After witnessing the marquis Elmdore de Limberry transform into Zalera, the Death Seraph, she began to question the motives of her own father. She later died in battle.

Cloud StrifeEdit

Biography

Besrudio Bunansa discovered a marvel of ancient technology called a "transporter" in Tunnel 83, far beneath the city of Goug. This peculiar machine summoned Cloud from another dimension. Perhaps in shock from his interdimensional journey, he complained of headaches, mumbling foreign words such as "Sephiroth." It is unknown whether he can return to his own world.

Dismissed by Ramza

Besrudio Bunansa discovered a marvel of ancient technology called a "transporter" in Tunnel 83, far beneath the city of Goug. This peculiar machine summoned Cloud from another dimension. Perhaps in shock from his interdimensional journey, he complained of headaches, mumbling foreign words such as "Sephiroth." It is unknown whether he can return to his own world. He was later dismissed by Ramza.

Lack of Bravery

Besrudio Bunansa discovered a marvel of ancient technology called a "transporter" in Tunnel 83, far beneath the city of Goug. This peculiar machine summoned Cloud from another dimension. Perhaps in shock from his interdimensional journey, he complained of headaches, mumbling foreign words such as "Sephiroth." It is unknown whether he can return to his own world. He later lost the will to fight and deserted.

Excess of Faith

Besrudio Bunansa discovered a marvel of ancient technology called a "transporter" in Tunnel 83, far beneath the city of Goug. This peculiar machine summoned Cloud from another dimension. Perhaps in shock from his interdimensional journey, he complained of headaches, mumbling foreign words such as "Sephiroth." It is unknown whether he can return to his own world. He deserted due to a change in ideals.

Death

Besrudio Bunansa discovered a marvel of ancient technology called a "transporter" in Tunnel 83, far beneath the city of Goug. This peculiar machine summoned Cloud from another dimension. Perhaps in shock from his interdimensional journey, he complained of headaches, mumbling foreign words such as "Sephiroth." It is unknown whether he can return to his own world. He later died in battle.

Tietra HeiralEdit

Biography

Tietra is Delita's younger sister. Both are children of a simple farmer who lived and worked on land owned by House Beoulve. Lord Barbaneth Beoulve assumed custody of both Tietra and Delita soon after their parents were taken by the Black Death. Tietra secretly worries about her brother, who has been sent to the Akademy. She is a dear friend of Alma Beoulve.

Event

Tietra is Delita's younger sister. Both are children of a simple farmer who lived and worked on land owned by House Beoulve. Lord Barbaneth Beoulve assumed custody of both Tietra and Delita soon after their parents were taken by the Black Death. Tietra secretly worries about her brother, who has been sent to the Royal Military Akademy at Gariland. Tietra was taken hostage after a failed assassination attempt by the Corpse Brigade on Lord Dycedarg. Currently, her whereabouts are unknown.

Event

Tietra is Delita's younger sister. Both are children of a simple farmer who lived and worked on land owned by House Beoulve. Lord Barbaneth Beoulve assumed custody of both Tietra and Delita soon after their parents were taken by the Black Death. She attended the Eagrose Preparatory Akademy with Alma, but her peers would not accept her due to her roots. Tietra was taken hostage after a failed assassination attempt by the Corpse Brigade on Lord Dycedarg. She was then killed by Argath Thadalfus at Ziekden Fortress.

Barbaneth BeoulveEdit

Biography

Former lord commander of the Order of the Northern Sky, Lord Barbaneth was hailed as Knight Gallant—the highest rank in all of knighthood. His countless victories helped to compensate for Ivalice's inferior numbers in the Fifty Years' War. Fear of this lord convinced Ordallia to agree to peace, although Ivalice had in fact lost. He died of malady at war's end.

Event

Former lord commander of the Order of the Northern Sky, Lord Barbaneth was hailed as Knight Gallant—the highest rank in all of knighthood. His countless victories helped to compensate for Ivalice's inferior numbers in the Fifty Years' War. Fear of this man forced Ordallia to agree to peace, although Ivalice had in fact lost. He was fatally poisoned at the war's end.

Gustav MargriffEdit

Biography

The Corpse Brigade's lieutenant commander, and former lieutenant of the Dead Men. Gustav was a knight in the Order of the Northern Sky before joining the Dead Men. However, the atrocities committed by the Order, such as the mass killing of enemy soldiers and the sacking of villages, convinced him to leave it. Many see friction between Gustav and Wiegraf.

Event

The Corpse Brigade's lieutenant commander, former lieutenant of the Dead Men. Gustav was a knight in the Order of the Northern Sky before joining the Dead Men. However, the atrocities committed by the Order, such as the mass killing of enemy soldiers and the sacking of villages, convinced him to leave it. He was slain by Wiegraf after abducting Marquis Elmdore.

Milleuda FollesEdit

Biography

Swordmaiden of the Corpse Brigade and trueborn sister to its leader, Wiegraf Folles. During their time in the Dead Men, she served as one of his lieutenants, fighting at his side to defend the realm in the Fifty Years' War. Yet at war's end, the Crown failed to honor the Dead Men's valor with just reward, giving them cause to rise against their former liege lords. the Lenalian Plateau.

Event

Swordmaiden of the Corpse Brigade and trueborn sister to its leader, Wiegraf Folles. During their time in the Dead Men, she served as one of his lieutenants, fighting at his side to defend the realm in the Fifty Years' War. Yet at war's end, the Crown failed to honor the Dead Men's valor with just reward, giving them cause to rise against their former liege lords. It was fighting in this uprising that Milleuda died on the Lenalian Plateau.

Gragoroth LevigneEdit

Biography

A knight of the Corpse Brigade. Gragoroth stormed the Beoulve manse at Eagrose to assassinate Lord Dycedarg, a retainer to Duke Larg. Although he failed to kill Lord Dycedarg, Gragoroth abducted Delita Heiral's younger sister, Tietra, while fleeing the manse. The Order of the Northern Sky is in search of them, but has no clues as to their location.

Event

A knight of the Corpse Brigade. Gragoroth stormed the Beoulve manse at Eagrose to assassinate Lord Dycedarg, a retainer to Duke Larg. Although he failed to kill Lord Dycedarg, Gragoroth abducted Delita Heiral's younger sister, Tietra, while fleeing. He then took Tietra to Ziekden Fortress in defiance of Wiegraf's order to release the girl.

Event

A knight of the Corpse Brigade. Gragoroth stormed the Beoulve manse at Eagrose to assassinate Lord Dycedarg, a retainer to Duke Larg. Although he failed to kill Lord Dycedarg, Gragoroth abducted Delita Heiral's younger sister, Tietra, while fleeing. In a final battle with the Order of the Northern Sky, he was killed trying to escape with her as his shield.

Master DarlavonEdit

Biography

A renowned instructor at the Royal Military Akademy, Master Darlavon's lectures are aimed at new recruits. His good temper and clear lectures have won him favor among students, yet he is also known to be a bit long-winded. Commissioned as chief aide-de-camp during the Fifty Years' War, Master Darlavon served one tour of duty, giving him very little actual experience.

LusoEdit

Biography

A young hunter who still retains a boyish innocence. Rescued from an attack by monsters in the Zeklaus Desert. Luso decided to travel with Ramza until such time as he could reunite with his former companions. He records each day's events in a leatherbound book that he carries with him at all times.

Dismissed by Ramza

A young hunter who still retains a boyish innocence. Rescued from an attack by monsters in the Zeklaus Desert. Luso decided to travel with Ramza until such time as he could reunite with his former companions. He was later dismissed from the party.

BalthierEdit

Biography

Balthier is a free spirit who owes allegiance to no man or country. He travels in his ship, the Strahl, stealing from the evil and corrupt. His skills as a machinist and thief are second to none. Balthier is searching for the Cache of Glabados, and is currently traveling with Ramza.

Dismissed by Ramza

Balthier is a free spirit who owes allegiance to no man or country. He travels in his ship, the Strahl, stealing from the evil and corrupt. His skills as a machinist and thief are second to none. Balthier is searching for the Cache of Glabados. He was dismissed from battle at Ramza's request.

ElidibusEdit

Biography

A gifted mage who fought against the Romandan army when it invaded in the middle part of the Fifty Years' War. Elidibus uncovered myriad black magicks and summoning spells from ancient tomes, which he used in the Ivalician war effort. He disappeared once control of Riovanes Castle was regained. Could the Lucavi in the bowels of Midlight's Deep truly have been him?

Arazlam DuraiEdit

Biography

A modern-day scholar of medieval Ivalician. Arazlam is also well known as an archaeologist and theologian, and many recall the controversy sparked by his interpretation of the Durai papers. He has penned such classic works as "The Enigmatic War of the Lions," "The True Saint Ajora," and "The Durai Papers: 400 Years of Truth."

EtymologyEdit

Personae is Latin for "persons".

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