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Ravus Nox Fleuret is a character in the Final Fantasy XV Universe, being a minor antagonist in the feature film Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV,[2] and the secondary antagonist in Final Fantasy XV. The older brother of Lunafreya Nox Fleuret, he is the former prince of Tenebrae and a high-ranking officer in the Niflheim Empire's army.[3] Seemingly abandoned as a child by King Regis Lucis Caelum CXIII, Ravus seeks to end Lucis and the Caelum dynasty once and for all.[4]

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AppearanceEdit

Ravus is a young man with an imposing physical build, shoulder-length blond hair, blue eyes, and a chiseled face. He wears a white and black frock with a large collar that has a purple trim, and armored boots cover his feet. After his left arm is severely burned by the Ring of the Lucii, Ravus replaced it with a magitek prosthetic that bears the symbol of a white wolf on its shoulder.

PersonalityEdit

In his youth, Ravus was a kind and welcoming individual. He lived peacefully alongside his mother, Queen Sylva, and his younger sister, Lunafreya. Ravus's demeanor changed after Tenebrae was lost to Niflheim.

As an adult, Ravus is haunted by the past. He blames the Lucian royal family for the death of his mother, as well as the loss of his country. This contrasts the faith Lunafreya has in it. Ravus attends the signing of a peace treaty between Lucis and Niflheim in hopes of obtaining the power of the Ring of the Lucii.

StoryEdit

Before Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XVEdit

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Ravus begs King Regis for help.

When Ravus is a child, the kingdoms of Lucis and Tenebrae are allies. King Regis of Lucis comes to Tenebrae to visit his son, Noctis, who is recuperating there from a serious injury. Niflheim invades in an attempt to kill the visiting Lucians, and Ravus watches as his mother gives her life to shield him from the blade of Imperial General Glauca. Desperate for help, Ravus calls out to King Regis as the monarch flees with Lunafreya and Noctis. His pleas are ignored, and Lunafreya returns to her older brother's side. The siblings become subjects under Niflheim's rule.

Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XVEdit

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Ravus attends the treaty signing.

Twelve years later, Ravus is a commanding officer in Niflheim's army. He travels to Insomnia to witness the signing of a peace treaty between the Empire and Lucis. Lunafreya attempts to go to the city herself, but Ravus stops her.

After the peace treaty is signed, Niflheim successfully steals Insomnia's crystal. Ravus picks up the Ring of the Lucii after Glauca cuts it off King Regis's hand, and he attempts to obtain the power within it for himself. Deemed unworthy by the Lucian kings of old, Ravus screams in pain as his left arm is severely burned.

Final Fantasy XVEdit

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Ravus converses with Noctis and his friends.

Returning to Nifelheim for treatment for his wounds at the hands of the Ring of the Lucii, Ravus is appointed the new High Commander of the Imperial army in the wake of Glauca's death and his left arm is replaced with a magitek prosthetic that greatly enhances his bodies strength to unnatural levels. Ravus meets with Verstael, Aranea Highwind, and the other officials of Niflheim to discuss what should be done with Lunafreya, the Oracle. Ravus is ordered to kill his younger sister by Iedolas Aldercapt, but Verstael convinces the emperor to reconsider this. Ravus is given full control over the Magitek Infantry.

Ravus later encounters Noctis, Ignis Scientia, Gladiolus Amicitia, and Prompto Argentum when the young men attempt to reclaim the Regalia from an Imperial military base. Ravus taunts Noctis and Gladiolus, but Ardyn Izunia stops him from fighting them.

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Creation and developmentEdit

VoiceEdit

Ravus's Japanese voice actor is Yuichi Nakamura.[5] He shares his Japanese voice actor with Cid Raines from the Lightning Saga and Trey from Final Fantasy Type-0.

Ravus's English voice actor is Trevor Devall.[6] Zachary Gordon plays young Ravus in Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV.

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Final Fantasy XV

EtymologyEdit

Ravus is a word that means "gray" in Latin. As the conditional of ravi, it can also translate to "to delight/enchant."

Nox means "night" in Latin.

Fleuret is the French name for a light fencing foil or small sword.

TriviaEdit

  • Until he was officially revealed, Ravus was known only as the "Hooded Man." This is because he appeared with his face hidden by a hood in early promotional material for Final Fantasy Versus XIII and Final Fantasy XV.[3]

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