|Affiliation(s)||Kingdom of Lucifenia (formerly)|
Kingdom of Marlon
- "Well then, I'll be off to go chop off the Beelzenian soldiers."
- ―George Ausdin[src]
George Ausdin was the general of the Kingdom of Lucifenia's first army. Serving since the reign of King Arth I, the military officer executed Princess Riliane's order to invade Elphegort and enact a genocide of its female population. After Riliane's tyrannical regime was overthrown, the general and his forces became soldiers for the Kingdom of Marlon under King Kyle.
Born into the noble Ausdin Family, George became a general of the Lucifenian military for the first army, serving under King Arth during the kingdom's war with Asmodean and Beelzenia along with General Gaston Mouchet and Leonhart Avadonia. Over the course of his wartime exploits, he suffered numerous injuries and became battle-scarred. During his service he married and had three kids, the youngest being his son, Daniel.
Following the death of King Arth in EC 491, George continued to serve through the reign of Queen Anne until her death in January of EC 499. After Princess Riliane took over her mother's rule, the general maintained his position, garrisoned with the first army at the capital of Lucifenian.
Reign of EvilEdit
- "How about we have the soldiers in Elphegort—or better yet, have General Ausdin return?"
"What you're saying is preposterous! While they're struggling even now... how are they supposed to maintain the front lines without General Ausdin!?"
- ―Lucifenian ministers regarding the war in Elphegort[src]
In EC 500 General George, on orders from Princess Riliane, burned the Forest of Bewilderment in order to invade the neighboring country of Elphegort and slaughter all green-haired women until they killed King Kyle Marlon's alleged Elphe lover. After a rainstorm doused the flames, he led his forces into Elphegort and had his armies kill any Elphe women on sight. The army pushed north and captured the capital of Aceid; after confirming Elphegort's King Thorny Elphen had retreated to a fortress at Merrigod Plateau, they captured the city of Toragay began using it as a military base and garrison.
As the war dragged on, the Lucifenian forces faced heavy resistance from the remnants of the Elphegortean army; after "The Daughter of Green" was confirmed dead, George received word from the royal palace to continue the conquest of Elphegort. When the royal palace recalled George's forces to help deal with the revolts occurring throughout the kingdom later that year, he began the return trip with his army, only to be slowed by resistance from the natives.
After three weeks of struggle, General George received word that the revolutionary army had captured the palace on December 19 and surrendered. Detained as prisoners of war, George and his forces were later released and returned home to Lucifenia.
- "Apparently Retasan Fortress has been conquered."
"Apparently, huh? Sounds like it's someone else’s problem, General George."
"It is someone else's problem. I was currently in the middle of fighting that lot from Asmodean, after all."
- ―George and King Kyle[src]
After King Kyle incorporated Lucifenia as a Marlon territory in EC 501, George continued his service to the foreign king. When Espionage Task Force Captain Ney Phutapie replaced General Riliane Mouchet as the commander of Retasan Fortress in EC 505, George and his fellow generals shared their discontent with a former maid taking the lead for Kyle's planned invasion of Beelzenia. Once Asmodean troops began invading Lucifenia around a month and three weeks later, General George led his forces against the invaders, ignoring Ney's request for reinforcements to aid Marlon's invasion of Beelzenia, and after about a week of fighting he suppressed the Asmodean assault.
Learning that much of Retasan was captured by Beelzenia, he reported the news to King Kyle in the Hall of Mirrors. He then discussed the other generals' loss of morale with Ney, who had no military experience, being made Retasan's commander, before asking for his next orders. As George was commanded to prevent Beelzenia from attacking Lucifenia from Retasan, he suggested simply recapturing Retasan and learned Kyle intended to capture the city along with the whole of Beelzenia.
As he learned Kyle intended to unite the entire Evillious region, he George became disturbed and hesitantly shared his belief that, although someone like Arth had the character to unite the whole region, Kyle did not and it would only lead to disaster. He quickly dismissed his own words and prepared to leave to start cutting off the Beelzenian soldiers. Entrusted with twenty thousand troops as his main force, George departed and began defending against the Beelzenian army as ordered.
Over a month later, Kyle signed a new ceasefire treaty with the empire and the fighting ended; shortly after, the Marlon King left to visit his homeland, entrusting the management and security of Lucifenia to General George, Lily, and Clive.
Personality and TraitsEdit
- "But what's a guy who keeps in high spirits while killing people in war saying?"
George was a loyal soldier and a zealous fighter. He was often nonchalant and playful with people regardless of rank, always smiling and straightforward and blunt with all of his responses. Although respectful of his chain of command, following orders and affording minimal politeness regardless of his thoughts or feelings, George was largely unafraid to be critical and would become serious if the need arose. As such, despite serving Kyle loyally and following his imperialist orders he was unafraid to criticize him as a strategist.
Being a veteran soldier himself, George had a great amount of respect for his fellow soldiers and officers fighting on the front lines, judging his comrades' on their capabilities regardless of gender. He was also extremely enthusiastic about his military occupation and would become impatient to return to the battlefield whenever removed from combat. George also believed that everyone's ability was based on the character they were born with, such as having an extremely positive opinion of the charismatic King Arth.
Skills and AbilitiesEdit
- "As long as you're leading them the other generals will follow."
- ―King Kyle to George[src]
As a veteran of several wars, George was an extremely experienced military officer. Leading his forces from the front, the general's ability to fight and command earned him high regards from even the legendary Leonhart Avadonia. The general also demonstrated a ferocious tenacity, winning nearly every battle under his leadership and surviving through countless encounters. However, despite his ability to lead, the general was inexperienced with defending and could still have his forces slowed through prolonged fighting during retreats.
Arth Lucifen d'Autriche: George's king. George served under King Arth faithfully and had a high opinion of his leadership and charisma, believing him capable of uniting all of Evillious under one banner. As such, he was always respectful of his king and held his memory in high regard after his death, particularly in comparison to lesser rulers.
Kyle Marlon: George's king during the Marlon occupation. As his king George was utterly loyal to King Kyle, and gave him a bare minimum of respect at all times despite the arrogant monarch's many flaws. Despite this, he also did not hold back speaking his mind in front of the king and making, indirectly, his low opinion of Kyle's leading qualities known.
Daniel Ausdin: George's son. George cared about his son and wanted him to follow in his footsteps as a soldier for Lucifenia, bringing him into the first army due to their familial connection.
Leonhart Avadonia: A fellow soldier. George and Leonhart worked closely at some point, to the effect of Leonhart holding George's skill in high regard.
- The Daughter of Evil: Clôture of Yellow (VG version; mentioned only)
- The Daughter of Evil: Wiegenlied of Green (first mentioned)
- The Daughter of Evil: Praeludium of Red (first appearance)
- Entr'acte of Evil: The Daughter of Evil Worldguide (mentioned only)
- The Daughter of Evil: The Doll Festival (non-canon appearance; mentioned only)
- Master of the Heavenly Yard (album) (mentioned only)