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This is a list of minor characters that have appeared or are mentioned in passing in Story of Evil, including in its songs, light novels, manga, or other related media.

Aceid InnkeeperEdit

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The owner of the inn in Aceid's Central District. Born sometime in 5th century EC, he and his wife moved to Aceid to make a living by operating a small inn and selling Rollam bird feathers. Every month, Keel Freezis would visit to buy feathers, and sometimes the couple would help take care of his children. Due to discrimination by the Native Elphe, business was very difficult, so they didn't have the money to hire anyone. Despite being kind and generous, they became stingy at the mention of money.

The innkeeper and his wife helped raise Ayn after his mother died, taking the role of his father, and they became very close. In EC 499, Ayn visited them and asked if Clarith and Michaela could stay with them. The couple then agreed to house them for the night after they paid for accommodations.

After the two women had stayed at the inn for a week, The innkeeper and Michaela had tea and he spoke about all the people he respected, including Keel. When Michaela began to imply that she and Clarith could work for them, he asked her if she had a good idea, calling her "missy."

The next day, Mikina Freezis arrived with her servant instead of Keel, much to the surprise of the owner, and told Michaela to fetch the lady some tea, saying nothing as the ladies then conversed.[1]

After six months, Michaela visited the couple again. During those six months, the business had suffered greatly and the owner became very thin; he also hired an orphaned child. Despite the struggle, he was in a good mood when Michaela visited, saying that he heard she was doing well, "missy." While she and his wife were talking, the orphaned child entered the room. When Michaela offered to sing for him, his wife said that such a rare song should be sung somewhere more spacious, not a small inn, so they went to the city square. After hearing Michaela's voice, the man laughed and applauded with his wife and the boy.[2]

Aceid Innkeeper's WifeEdit

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The wife of the innkeeper in Aceid's Central District and the midwife of Ayn. Born sometime in 5th century EC, she worked as the midwife of the Yatski chieftain's wife, helping deliver their son Ayn. Raising the boy following his mother's death, the two eventually became close. She and her husband later moved to Aceid to make a living by operating a small inn and selling Rollam bird feathers, although struggling in their business due to discrimination of the native Elphes.

The merchant Keel Freezis eventually visited the inn every moth to buy feathers, and the couple would occasionally help take care of his children. In EC 499, Ayn visited them and asked if Clarith and Michaela could stay with them. The couple then agreed to house them for the night after they paid for accommodations.

After the two women had stayed at the inn for a week, the woman counted coins while listening to her husband speak to Michaela about all the people he respected, including Keel while having tea together. Michaela then wondered if Keel's wife needed a new servant, so the woman said that she would ask Mr. Keel himself since he is coming to the inn the next day.[3]

After six months, Michaela visited the couple again. During those six months, the business had suffered greatly and she became very thin; she also hired an orphaned child to help out at the inn. Despite the struggle, she was in a good spirits, and asked the Elphe how Clarith was doing. Michaela informed her that while everything that Clarith does goes wrong, she is very energetic and had recently made some dim sum, suggesting that next time she and Clarith visit they will bring over some stolen. The innkeeper's wife commented that Clarith must really make her happy.

A door then opened, revealing the child that was leaving with the couple. Michaela asked who he was, and she replied that his parents had died from the Gula plague and that she should go talk to him, and then waved at the boy to come over. After Michaela offered to sing "North South Story" for the boy, the innkeeper's wife stopped her, saying that such a rare song should be sung someplace more spacious, like the city square, for singing it in a small inn would be a waste. So they went to the square in central Aceid and Michaela began to sing. After she was finished, the innkeeper's wife laughed and applauded with her husband and the boy.[4]

AlmaEdit

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Alma was a villager from Yatski in the Kingdom of Elphegort. She came from a rich family in the village, along with Barbara, and followed Chelsea around as one of her "henchmen".[5] During the Green Hunting, she was killed by the Lucifenian army for her green hair.[6]

BarbaraEdit

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Barbara was a villager from Yatski in the Kingdom of Elphegort. She came from a rich family in the village, along with Alma, and followed Chelsea around as one of her "henchmen".[7] During the Green Hunting, she was killed by the Lucifenian army for her green hair.[8]

Beelzenian Emperor (EC 505)Edit

An emperor of the Beelzenian Empire after the death of his father during the war with the Kingdom of Lucifenia. Born as a prince in the Beelzenian Imperial Family, the man became acquainted with Elluka Clockworker during Beelzenia's war with Lucifenia. Over time, the Prince attempted to push a courtship with the mage but was flatly rejected before Elluka eventually defected to Lucifenia.[9]

Around EC 491, his father died of the Gula disease and the prince ascended the throne as Emperor and ruled the nation as it recovered from its losses.[10] In EC 502, he called upon Elluka Clockworker after her defection from Princess Riliane's regime and being hunted as a witch by King Kyle of Marlon. Presented with Elluka's apprentice, Gumillia, instead, the Emperor accepted the sorceress as his court mage and personal adviser. When the Lucifenian Resistance sought refuge in Beelzenia, the Emperor heeded Gumillia's advice and refused to hand over the fugitives to Marlon.[11]

As tensions between the two nations rose, the Emperor learned that the daughter of Keel Freezis, Yukina, wanted to secure a permit to enter Beelzenia. With Gumillia's encouragement, the Emperor secured a pass for the child and sent a summons for her to meet him in the Imperial City.[12] Meeting with the child, the two spoke amiably and the Emperor promised not to reveal Yukina's location to her father. Saying she desired to learn more about Banica Conchita, the Emperor introduced Yukina to Duke Oruhari and had him guide her in her pursuit for knowledge.

When the undead soldiers invaded Beelzenia, led by the reanimated corpse of his father, the Emperor called a meeting with all the lords in the Empire and discussed the correct course of action with Gumillia. Wishing to keep his guest safe, he forbade her from leaving the Imperial City.[13] The Emperor later met with Riliane Mouchet and the former Marlon commander presented him with the head of his undead father.

Pleased, the Emperor listened to the traitor's report that Ney Futapie was now in command of Retasan Fortress. Determining from the report by Chartette Langley that Marlon was behind the attacks, the Emperor spoke with Gumillia afterwards to discuss their plan of counterattack on Retasan Fortress. Dividing his forces in four, the Emperor ordered the attack on the fortress city the next day and eventually pushed back the Marlon forces, capturing a majority of the city.[14]

Beelzenian Emperor (former)Edit

An Emperor of the Beelzenian Empire that ruled during the 5th century EC. Becoming Emperor around the middle of the century, he sired at least one child. During the Lucifenian Expansion War, the Emperor employed the services of the imperial family's acquaintance, Elluka Clockworker, to serve as a staff officer but she later defected to serve King Arth I.[15]

In EC 490, the Emperor became infected with the Gula epidemic that broke out there and eventually died of the disease. He was later buried in a Beelzenian cemetery and subsequently reanimated by Ney Futapie to serve as the field commander of her undead army in EC 505.[16] Coordinating the walking corpses in their attacks across the Empire, the former emperor was later slain that same year by Riliane Mouchet and beheaded. Afterwards, the head was presented as a gift to his son, the current emperor, as proof of her victory.[17]

BonnardEdit

Bonnard was a soldier stationed in Retasan Fortress who worked under Commander Riliane Mouchet. When Yukina attempted to pass through the city to Beelzenia, he stopped her at the gate along with his partner Oudinot.[18]

Bruno (EC 500)Edit

Bruno was a butler of Keel Freezis, serving as his chamberlain and aide when ever needed. Sometime during his life, he joined the Association and took up the name "Bruno" like the other members. Following the group's assimilation as part of the Freezis Firm, Bruno became a butler for Keel, acting as his chief aide and informant while managing the Freezis estate in Elphegort.[19]

On December 27, EC 499, he attended the celebration of Princess Riliane as the Freezis' entourage. Later on in EC 500, he directed Allen Avadonia to wait while Keel was discussing matters with another guest. When Keel called a meeting regarding Kyle's rejection of Riliane in favor of Michaela, Bruno overheard the story and related the situation to everyone during the meeting. When looking at Michaela, he had a bitter expression over the circumstances.[20]

Around EC 502, Bruno retired from the Freezis' services and moved to Beelzenia with his family. In EC 505, Duke Oruhari hired him to accompany Yukina while she acted as a field medic and keep tabs on her. Accepting payment from the young writer, he continually reported the state of the battle at Retasan Fortress to her while also feeding information to Keel regarding his child's welfare.

When asked by Yukina whether he was spying on her and the current situation for Keel, he laughed and facetiously admitted it was "both"; unwilling to give a serious answer, Bruno left with his payment from the girl. Three days later, he reported Beelzenia's success in breaking the dead-lock with Marlon. Two months later, Bruno was tasked with locating Gumillia after she resigned from her position at the Imperial City. Soon after, he reported she was staying the night at Di Bono Pavillion in Retasan. [21]

CarlaEdit

Carla was a villager from Yatski in the Kingdom of Elphegort. During the Green Hunting, she was killed by the Lucifenian army for her green hair. She was proficient at sewing.[22]

DonnieEdit

Donnie was an orphan living at the Held Monastery in Lucifenia. Orphaned at a young age, Donnie was taken in by the nuns living at the Levin monastery and raised there along with the other orphans. Around EC 501, while playing with the other kids, Clarith called out to Donnie and ask that help her bring shovels to the field. The boy then enthusiastically took the tools from the shed.

Seeing Clarith speaking loudly so Rin would overhear, Donnie played along, saying that even trash or someone smaller than him could carry a few shovels. When Clarith promised to give Donnie a snack for his help, the humiliated Rin snatched the tools away from him. Expressing how impressed he was with Rin, Donnie winked at the white-haired nun before returning to the kids to play.[23]

Over the next five years, Donnie began acting up and started getting in trouble with the other nuns. While helping Clarith at the shed, the teenager saw a young girl and swordswoman coming up the hill. He immediately approached the two and demanded to know their business there, stating the farms were off-limits for anyone but the nuns and orphans.

The swordswoman chastised the kid's attitude towards his guests, scoffing at the apparent lack of manners taught there. Donnie told her not to insult the sisters and reiterated his demand to know what business their "guests" had at the monastery. As the girl explained they came to visit one of the sisters, Donnie demanded she name the sister. Clarith then approached the three and apologized for Donnie's behavior before realizing the two were his friends Germaine and Yukina.

Felix (earl)Edit

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An earl of the Kingdom of Elphegort, residing in Toragay. At some point, the village of Yatski came under his jurisdiction. In EC 499, he was approached by Ayn and told about the atrocities caused by the young man's father, the Yatski chieftain. Impressed, the earl appointed Ayn to join the Elphegortean army after arresting the corrupt chief. Following Princess Riliane's birthday, the earl visited Keel Freezis to learn the current state of Lucifenia. Learning Ayn's friends he had saved were working there, he brought along Ayn as his escort.

After finishing their discussion about the starvation and poverty plaguing Lucifenia, the earl watched Keel interact with his daughter and laughed at how mellow he acted with her. Taking note of what Keel told him, the earl called to Ayn and left.[24] During the Green War, Toragay was captured and Earl Felix arrested and transferred to Lucifenia. He is an ancestor to Dr. Marx Felix.[25]

Futapie (mother)Edit

A head of the Secret Information Unit in Asmodean and the adoptive mother of Mariam Futapie. As a member of her family, she trained in information management and espionage and eventually joined the Asmodean military, earning her place as head of its intelligence branch.[26] At some point, she adopted her daughter, Mariam, after the girl was picked up by a caravan and later enlisted her in the military.[27]

In EC 477, the intelligence officer investigated Gast Venom's past on behalf of Abyss I.R. Compiling multiple documents regarding him and his sister, she grabbed a witness from Gast's hometown and, along with the sorceress, entered General Shalgham's home. After handing the documents over to the general, she left. She was later known for being Mariam's mother after her daughter defected to Lucifenia and became one of the Three Heroes. She was regarded as a beautiful woman with silver hair and was an expert in her family's trade.[28]

Gaston MouchetEdit

Gaston Mouchet was a general of the Kingdom of Lucifenia and the father of Riliane Mouchet. Over the course of his career, Gaston received high acclaim for his contributions to the kingdom and became one of the generals in the Lucifenian army. After his daughter was born in EC 485, Gaston asked the Lucifenian Royal Family if he could name his daughter after Empress Riliane Roses. Because the Mouchet family were distant relatives to the royal family, he was granted permission and gladly gave the name to his daughter. As she grew up, he instilled in his philosophy of war and to not take vengeance over death in the battlefield.[29]

In early EC 500, Princess Riliane assigned General Mouchet to serve as the commander of Retasan Fortress, citing she didn't like his rather long beard. Abiding the princess' will, Gaston headed to the border fort and remained there.[30] As the Lucifenian Revolution progressed later that year, the royal palace recalled Mouchet's forces to help suppress the growing resurgence. During their return trip, they were attacked by an unidentified army corp helping the Resistance in a night raid. Singled out among the troops, Gaston was slain by the Masked Man.[31] Following his death, Riliane eventually succeeded him as Retasan's commander and held true to his principals, bearing no grudge against either the Masked Man or the Resistance.[32]

HannahEdit

Hannah was a villager from Yatski in the Kingdom of Elphegort. During the Green Hunting, she was killed by the Lucifenian army for her green hair. Hannah had a love for food and ate a lot.[33]

KarnaEdit

Karna was a member of the Espionage Task Force in Marlon, formed sometime after EC 482. Trained for infiltration and spying along several other women, Karna was one of the four selected to specialize in assassination. Following the task force's completion, she went on several missions in service of Abyss I.R. and Prim Marlon. In EC 502, Karna accompanied the rest of her unit to Lucifenia to assist in King Kyle's Witch Hunt directive, hunting down those blacklisted by the king.[34]

Karna was brought with her fellow members to Castle Hedgehog under Ney's command. Shortly before the castle was invaded by King Kyle, she helped set up an ambush and attacked the king and Germaine's entourage. Setting out upon the group and unsheathing her weapon, Karna joined in as her comrades introduced themselves and taunted the soldiers with their abilities, claiming to be even more skilled than Mariam Futapie. As Kyle and his troops pursued Ney, Karna and the others attacked Germaine, only to be subdued some time later.[35]

Langley (blacksmith)Edit

A blacksmith of the Kingdom of Lucifenia, residing in Lucifenian, and the father of Chartette Langley. At some point, he married and sired a daughter with his wife, naming her Chartette. During the Lucifenian Expansion War, he met the Three Heroes and forged their weapons and armor for combat, repairing their weapons when needed.[36]

After the war, he was regularly visited by Leonhart Avadonia and his two adopted children, Allen and Germaine, to give repairs to the warrior's equipment. During Princess Riliane's tyranny, the blacksmith grew increasingly embittered by the princess' cruel rule during the famine. After Leonhart's death, Chartette brought Germaine to her father at their home after she fainted. Once she woke up, he offered her soup but she declined, saying he needed it more with the current scarcity of food.[37]

With Leonhart's death allegedly an assassination by Riliane, the smith decided to help supply Germaine and the Lucifenian Resistance with weapons to assist their cause. During the Green War, the blacksmith took Leonhart's armor and reforged it to fit Germaine, crafting a weapon for her as well. After Chartette told her she was joining in the revolution, her father conceded and fashioned her a large blade to wield. Delivering the greatsword and Germaine's armor at their hideout in the Forest of Bewilderment, the blacksmith explained to Germaine his actions and left after telling them to give Chartette's blade to her when they next saw her.[38]

LutwidgeEdit

Lutwidge was Kyle's instructor in swordplay. After Kyle inherited the throne from his father, Lutwidge was hired to instruct the young king in the art of swordfighting. Over the course of Kyle's training, Lutwidge observed the young king's capabilities and told him that had he been taught how to fight at a young age, he would have had the chance of becoming one of the top ten swordsmen in Evillious.[39]

MargaretEdit

Margaret was the wife of a Marlon aristocrat and Kyle Marlon's art tutor. At some point, she met a Marlon noble and the two became engaged. Around EC 488, Margaret was hired as Prince Kyle's art teacher and instructed him while the boy was living with his relatives. That year, Kyle showed her a portrait he made of a golden-haired girl and Margaret praised him for his work.

Later, Kyle told the Elphe woman that he would marry her when he grew up. Although troubled by his words, she kept smiling. Soon after, she married the noble and the two began heavily criticizing the royal family, forcing the King and Queen into open arguments with them. In EC 489, Margaret and her husband were arrested as political prisoners. While in the dungeon, a guard handed Margaret Gift, a poison, from Queen Prim. She then took the poison, committing suicide.

Margaret was a kind and loving woman with an intelligent demeanor and a love for painting. Impressed by Kyle's talents with a paintbrush, she constantly praised him. Despite this, she held a heavy criticism for the Marlon Royal Family's policies, like her husband, and was unafraid to oppose them openly. After her arrest, Margaret became distraught with despair to the point that she took the chance to commit suicide rather than live the rest of her life in prison.[40] Descending from Elphes, Margaret had long green hair and similarly colored eyes and bore a strong resemblance to Eve Moonlit, albeit appearing much older.[41] She is represented by the Vocaloid Hatsune Miku.

MatskiEdit

Matski was the vice captain of the Espionage Task Force in Marlon, formed sometime after EC 482. Trained for infiltration and spying along several other women, Matski was one of the four selected to specialize in assassination. Following the task force's completion, she went on several missions in service of Abyss I.R. and Prim Marlon. In EC 502, Matski accompanied the rest of her unit to Lucifenia to assist in King Kyle's Witch Hunt directive, hunting down those blacklisted by the king.[42]

Matski was brought with her fellow members to Castle Hedgehog under Ney's command. Shortly before the castle was invaded by King Kyle, she helped set up an ambush and attacked the king and Germaine's entourage. Setting out upon the group and unsheathing her weapon, Matski joined in as her comrades introduced themselves and taunted the soldiers with their abilities, claiming to be even more skilled than Mariam Futapie. As Kyle and his troops pursued Ney, Matski and the others attacked Germaine, only to be subdued some time later.[43]

Mikhail AsayevEdit

Mikhail Asayev was the founder of Neo Apocalypse and a member of the Asayev Family. Selected to possibly become one of the Levin Church's leaders, Mikhail met with Abyss I.R. and collaborated with the sorceress, helping her to acquire the Twin Blades of Levianta. Possessed by the Demon of Envy, Mikhail grew jealous of his constituents' positions and decided to take radical action.

Around EC 508, he came in contact with some of the diehard reformers violently resisting the church. He and the three radicals then reformed the old Apocalypse organization as a political movement: Neo Apocalypse. Afterwards, they began causing terrorist attacks throughout Divine Levianta as part of the New Four Horsemen Incident.[44] He is a descendant of Yegor Asayev.

NahedEdit

Nahed was a legendary swordsman residing in Asmodean. At some point in the late EC 400s, Nahed was approached by Leonhart Avadonia and instructed the young man in the art of swordplay. Later on, in the early EC 500s, he was approached by the revolutionary hero Germaine Avadonia and taught her swordplay as well.[45]

Nikolay TolleEdit

Nikolay Tolle was an artist famed across Evillious for his works. Around the latter years of the Lucifenian Expansion War, Nikolay was commissioned by the Lucifenian Royal Palace to create a ceiling painting featuring King Arth and Queen Anne along with the Three Heroes. Finishing the works in the palace's Hall of Mirrors,[46] he dubbed them "Between the Mirrors" and "The King and the Three Heroes".[47]

In EC 488, the famed artist was bribed by Queen Prim to use his authority to belittle her son, Kyle. Accepting the kickback, Nikolay harshly criticized the blue-haired prince's works.[48] In EC 499, a year before the Lucifenian Revolution, he committed suicide.[49]

NonEdit

Non was a member of the Espionage Task Force in Marlon, formed sometime after EC 482. Trained for infiltration and spying along several other women, Non was one of the four selected to specialize in assassination. Following the task force's completion, she went on several missions in service of Abyss I.R. and Prim Marlon. In EC 502, Non accompanied the rest of her unit to Lucifenia to assist in King Kyle's Witch Hunt directive, hunting down those blacklisted by the king.[50]

Non was brought with her fellow members to Castle Hedgehog under Ney's command. Shortly before the castle was invaded by King Kyle, she helped set up an ambush and attacked the king and Germaine's entourage. Setting out upon the group and unsheathing her weapon, Non joined in as her comrades introduced themselves and taunted the soldiers with their abilities, claiming to be even more skilled than Mariam Futapie. As Kyle and his troops pursued Ney, Non and the others attacked Germaine, only to be subdued some time later.[51]

OltenEdit

Olten was a servant of the Lucifenian Royal Palace.[52] Serving as a menial at the palace for Princess Riliane, the servant passed away some time after and his soul was sent to the Heavenly Yard. In EC 998, he and the other souls were pulled back to the Third Period as the ground world merged with the Hellish Yard.[53]  Afterward, he returned to his servant duties at the palace and helped with the preparations for Princess Riliane's dinner party in the Hall of Mirrors. During the festivities, the grand chamberlain ordered him and Asan to jet stream the table setting and the two readily agreed, rushing to the task.[54]

Oruhari (EC 505)Edit

A duke of the Oruhari family in the Beelzenian Empire and one of the Five Dukes. At a young age, the man became the head of the family and the Duke of Grabia among the Five Dukes. At some point, he became extremely knowledgeable in the lore of Banica Conchita. In EC 505, the Beelzenian Emperor introduced Yukina Freezis to the Duke and asked he share his knowledge of Banica to the youth.

Over the course of two weeks, Oruhari escorted Yukina across Grabia, visiting sites with her as he shared his knowledge of the legendary Conchita. While visiting the New Moon Sea, the duke explained its speculated infertility, noting how Banica saved the country from sooner decline. After Yukina said she would pursue The Daughter of Evil, he offered her to visit him but was chastised for his flirtatious tone and only laughed, saying he never spoke that way with other women.

When Beelzenia was invaded by the undead soldiers, Oruhari was among the nobles who rushed to the Imperial City to meet with the Emperor. Finding Yukina, the Duke explained the situation, referencing the story of Vampiress Vanika to the undead army, and explained that the Emperor's dead father was leading it. The Duke later refused to allow Yukina to tag along with Chartette, stating the Emperor desired to keep his honored guest safe.[55] Later, when the young writer had snuck out from the Imperial City, he sent the retired Bruno to keep tabs on the child and assure her safety while she acted as a medic.[56]

OudinotEdit

Oudinot was a soldier stationed in Retasan Fortress who worked under Commander Riliane Mouchet. When Yukina attempted to pass through the city to Beelzenia, he stopped her at the gate along with his partner Bonnard.[57]

PantEdit

Pant was a woodcutter of the Kingdom of Elphegort, living in the Millennium Tree Forest with his family. His house was made entirely of wood.

Parkage MeldEdit

Parkage Meld was a duke of the Kingdom of Elphegort, living in Aceid. The duke stood out as a unique person, to the point that Elluka suspected he may have possessed one of the Four Mirrors of Lucifenia, and had power comparable to that of King Thorny Elphen and Keel Freezis.[58]

PreynatEdit

Preynat was a minister of the Kingdom of Lucifenia, serving under Princess Riliane. After the intended target was killed in the Green Hunting, Preynat and the other ministers agreed to continue the war with Elphegort in order to conquer the territory. The ministers later debated hiring the Venom Mercenaries before reaching a consensus.[59] During the Lucifenian Revolution, Preynat fled from the royal palace after hearing of the mercenaries' defeat and the revolutionary army's fast approach toward the capital.[60]

Riliane RosesEdit

Riliane Roses was an empress from the Lucifenian Royal Family. Living during the 5th century EC in the Kingdom of Lucifenia, Riliane eventually married and became an empress, siring at least one child. Long after her death, she was remembered fondly, with her great-granddaughter, Riliane Lucifen d'Autriche, and the daughter of the Mouchet family, Riliane Mouchet, being named after her.[61]

RimEdit

Rim was a member of the Espionage Task Force in Marlon, formed sometime after EC 482. Trained for infiltration and spying along several other women, Rim was one of the four selected to specialize in assassination. Following the task force's completion, she went on several missions in service of Abyss I.R. and Prim Marlon. In EC 502, Rim accompanied the rest of her unit to Lucifenia to assist in King Kyle's Witch Hunt directive, hunting down those blacklisted by the king.[62]

Rim was brought with her fellow members to Castle Hedgehog under Ney's command. Shortly before the castle was invaded by King Kyle, she helped set up an ambush and attacked the king and Germaine's entourage. Setting out upon the group and unsheathing her weapon, Rim joined in as her comrades introduced themselves and taunted the soldiers with their abilities, claiming to be even more skilled than Mariam Futapie. As Kyle and his troops pursued Ney, Rim and the others attacked Germaine, only to be subdued some time later.[63]

SarahEdit

Sarah was the sister of Zenon, later known as Gast Venom. Born in a village in the Kingdom of Elphegort in EC 463, Sarah's mother committed suicide when she was four and her brother was forced to kill others to steal food for them to eat. In EC 473, Sarah died of unknown causes.

Following her death, her brother would leave their village and become a soldier of Asmodean. In EC 477, Yvette impersonated Sarah as part of General Shalgham's plot to legally kill Gast. Due to malnutrition, Sarah was described as having a body like a piece of wood; she had a striking resemblance to Yvette[64] as well as a passing resemblance to Princess Riliane.[65]

SetonEdit

Seton was one of the troops brought by King Kyle for his assault on the Blood Pool region. Shortly before the attack, Seton gathered with the other troops in the town of Lioness to organize their strategy and was added into the first division that would march west on Blood Pool. That night, he joined his fellows in the Lioness rose gardens and watched Kyle introduce Germaine as their commander, accepting her with the other troops and feasting at the following banquet.

The next day, during the battle at Castle Hedgehog, Seton joined Kyle's squad in infiltrating the Castle when the group was ambushed by the Espionage Task Force. He as well as Walpole accompanied Kyle to search for Prim Marlon and left their comrades behind; reaching the top of the clocktower, they saw Ney flee and followed orders to pursue her. The two caught up to Ney before being slaughtered by the assassin.[66]

Sfarz (duke)Edit

A Sfarz family duke of the Kingdom of Marlon and the father of Mikina Freezis, as well as the head of a vast intelligence network. After discovering that Keel Freezis had impregnated his daughter, the Duke objected to their relationship, fearing that Keel was simply using Mikina to get at his wealth and intelligence network. Although the Duke attempted to ensnare Keel with his connections, the pair fled from both their families.[67]

Sometime after EC 492, Duke Sfarz became involved with the machinations of Queen Prim Marlon and conspired with her using the intelligence network; over time, he collected the Marlon Spoon and the Glass of Conchita, giving the vessels of sin to Abyss I.R.[68] In EC 494, following the death of Marlon's king and the large political vacuum created by the ensuing chaos, Sfarz traveled to Elphegort in search of Mikina. Finding a nanny who worked for Mikina, the Duke learned of her son, Shaw, and had the sitter lead him to the Freezis Mansion in Aceid along with a group of attendants.

While taking Shaw, Mikina walked in and her father threatened to take her son with him back to Marlon if she did not return home immediately, explaining the dignitaries' deaths that had recently occurred overseas. When his daughter resisted, he had his men subdue her; in the struggle, Mikina unwittingly unleashed the power of the Marlon Spoon and killed the Duke and his associates. After his death, Mikina replaced him as a collaborator in Queen Prim's machinations with Abyss I.R. and his actions would later be recounted by her over a decade later when Mikina revealed her past to her eldest daughter, Yukina.[69]

ShalghamEdit

Shalgham was the general of the Golden Dragon Unit in Asmodean and the stepfather of Yvette, as well as the father of two unnamed boys. A cruel man, he and his sons treated his stepdaughter terribly despite loving her mother. At some point, he discovered that Gast Venom, a soldier under his command, was a descendant of Sateriasis Venomania; being a devout Levin believer, and jealous of his raw talent, Shalgham could not stand to have Gast in his unit and began plotting to kill him. At some point, he met Abyss I.R. who offered him aid in his endeavors by giving him the Venom Sword, and he investigated Gast's background utilizing the reconnaissance skills of the Futapie family.

After it was brought to his attention that Yvette had a remarkable resemblance to Gast's sister, Sarah, he coerced her into following his unit when they passed through the Misty Mountain range on their way to invade the Babul Desert during the Lucifenian Expansion War. He then had her appear to Gast at a pagan altar in the guise of Sarah's ghost with the Venom Sword in hand, tricking him into believing she was able to appear with the altar; as a result, Gast would rebel if Shalgham made a proclamation to destroy it, giving the general a reason to kill him legally.

Although having succeeded in enraging Gast, Shalgham was killed by Yvette before his plan could be fully carried out, his stepdaughter betraying and killing him when he refused to back out of his plan.[70]

Unknown Asmodean EmperorEdit

The Emperor of Asmodean during the late fifth century EC. Born sometime during the fifth century, he was eventually crowned Emperor and often wandered across the country. Establishing meritocratic policies, he recruited anyone who had proven themselves useful into the army for their war against the invading Kingdom of Lucifenia in the early EC 470s. While traveling along the Asmodean border in EC 473, he came across an unconscious boy who was badly burned and decided to bring him back to his palace in Lasaland.

After bringing the boy back, the Emperor sat in a chair and watched while his maids tended to the child's injuries. After the boy awoke, the sovereign named him "Gast" and had the boy begin working for him in the military as part of the Golden Dragon Unit. After Gast made multiple achievements and proved himself a prodigy with a sword, the Emperor bestowed him the title of "Venom" in honor of his accolades. The Emperor later dispatched the Golden Dragon and Silver Sparrow units to reinforce the Babul Desert warfront in EC 477.

Weeks later, the units returned after Mariam Futapie defected and Gast allegedly murdered his superior, General Shalgham, and became badly burned. Once Gast was put on trial six months later and found guilty, the Asmodean ruler exiled him from the country. Later on, while on another one of his travels, the Emperor came across a group of Levin pilgrims. When one of them, Yvette, shared her concerns about Gast, the man confirmed Gast wasn't executed for his crimes.[71]

Unknown CorpaEdit

A leading businessman of the Kingdom of Lucifenia and the head of the Corpa Firm. Garnering relations with the Royal Family, Corpa became a prominent merchant and the personal businessman of Princess Riliane. At some point, he became part of the Freezis Firm and was closely involved in its development. During the Green War, he paid the bail for Keel and the Freezis family and allowed them to stay in his home while they were under house arrest.

Under Keel's direction, he paid off staff at the palace to permit Clarith's release from military detainment. Traveling to Toragay, he presented the documents to Daniel Ausdin and took custody over Clarith. After announcing the news that The Daughter of Green was killed, Corpa panicked when Clarith bit her tongue. Once the Netsuma girl was healed, the two traveled to Corpa's mansion and he commented how much money he was spending lately, expecting Keel to repay him.[72]

He later supported Keel during the Lucifenian Revolution and afterward the Kingdom of Marlon when it occupied Lucifenia. With King Kyle's reign, Corpa's business flourished. In EC 505, he held a banquet at his mansion and happily introduced a young singer as the entertainment for the event. Later that evening, exchanged greetings with Kyle before the Marlon king left.[73] By EC 500, Corpa was already middle-aged with a sizable beard and whiskers and a large figure. He had a jovial relationship with Keel and was rather smug about spiting General Daniel.[74] He is the ancestor of Ton Corpa.

Unknown Elphe OrphanEdit

A Elphe child who worked for an innkeeping couple in Aceid. Born sometime in the late 5th century EC to an Elphegortean businessman and woman, the buck-toothed child would often listen to his mother sing "North South Story." After both of his parents died of the Gula plague, he began living with a couple in Aceid who ran an inn, and was often in a somber mood. At some point, a green haired girl came to visit and began speaking with the innkeepers while the boy was in another room. Upon pushing a door open, the innkeeper's wife beckoned him, and the girl introduced herself as Michaela. She then asked if he liked to sing, and he replied that her mother used to sing "North South Story."

After telling him some encouraging words, Michaela prepared to sing the song when the innkeeper's wife stopped her, saying that such a rare song should be sung somewhere more spacious, not a small hotel. So the buck-toothed child, the innkeepers, and Michaela went to the city square. Confessing that she was nervous about her first time singing outside, Michaela asked the boy to stay beside her, and he gave her a faint smile. After hearing her sing, the boy laughed and applauded with the innkeeper couple, thanking her for singing for him. Asked if she had cheered him up, he said that she had and that from then on he would work hard. He then ran back to the inn. His appearance is akin to a mouse due to his front teeth. He is possibly represented by the Vocaloid Ryuto.[75]

Unknown Marlon KingEdit

The king of Marlon during the EC 490s and the father of Kyle. Born a member of the Marlon Royal Family sometime during the 5th century EC, the man eventually ascended to the throne, ruling the kingdom. At some point, the man married, though later losing his wife and becoming distraught by her death. The depressed royal was then comforted by Prim Rogzé after she began living in his castle. Becoming close with the noble, the man eventually proposed to her, with the latter accepting his love.

In EC 474, the king married Prim and sired a son with her, naming him Kyle. He and his wife later hired Margaret to be their son's art tutor. Sometime after, the man began siring illegitimate children with his concubines, raising them in his home in Bariti. At some point, the king had a portrait of himself made and hung in his throne room. Sometime during the EC 480s, the man began facing criticism from Margaret and her husband, often forced into open arguments with them along with Prim. In EC 489, the king had the couple arrested as political prisoners. He later died sometime during the EC 490s.

Unknown PoliticianEdit

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A politician in the Kingdom of Lucifenia and the older brother of Asan. Born around the EC 480s, he and his younger brother were orphaned at an early age.[76] At some point during Riliane's reign, he spoke in opposition of her in front of foreign guests at a ball; soon after, he was sentenced to execution and beheaded. Following his death, Asan plotted revenge against Riliane and tried to assassinate her, causing him to be executed in turn.[77]

Unknown WatchmanEdit

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A watchman that guarded the wall surrounding the kingdom of Mukoku sometime during the EC 540s. At some point, the kingdom's monarch declared that the kingdom was off-limits to outsiders and the watchman began strictly implementing the rule. In EC 549, the man encountered two women. Stopping them at the gates, the watchman explained to the duo that only the kingdom's people were allowed past the wall.

When the women returned with black hair and attempted to pass though, the watchman stopped them once again, pointing out that his people didn't have such pale skin. Once the women returned with their skin a darker color, the watchman stopped them a third time, saying that his people's eyes weren't such strange colors. Realizing the two weren't leaving, the watchman bid the women not to think poorly of their country, stating he and the wall were necessary to protect the kingdom. Once one of the women summoned a powerful wind, the watchman was blown away.[78]

WadonEdit

Wadon was a minister of the Kingdom of Lucifenia, serving under Princess Riliane. After the intended target was killed in the Green Hunting, Wadon and the other ministers agreed to continue the war with Elphegort in order to conquer the territory. The ministers later debated hiring the Venom Mercenaries before reaching a consensus.[79] During the Lucifenian Revolution, Wadon fled from the royal palace after hearing of the mercenaries' defeat and the revolutionary army's fast approach toward the capital.[80]

WalpoleEdit

Walpole was one of the troops brought by King Kyle for his assault on the Blood Pool Region. Shortly before the attack, Walpole gathered with the other troops in the town of Lioness to organize their strategy and was added into the first division that would march west on Blood Pool. That night, he joined his fellows in the Lioness rose gardens and watched Kyle introduce Germaine as their commander, accepting her with the other troops and feasting at the following banquet.

The next day, during the battle at Castle Hedgehog, Walpole joined Kyle's squad in infiltrating the Castle when the group was ambushed by the Espionage Task Force. He as well as Seton accompanied Kyle to search for Prim Marlon and left their comrades behind; reaching the top of the clocktower, they saw Ney flee and followed orders to pursue her. The two caught up to Ney before being slaughtered by the assassin.[81]

Yatski ChiefEdit

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The chieftain of Yatski, Elphegort and the father of Ayn. Born sometime during the 5th century EC, the man eventually became the village chief of Yatski. Tasked with collecting government taxes for Earl Felix from the villagers, he pocketed a portion of the money he collected. At some point, he married and sired a son, naming him Ayn. Around that time, The chief joined the other villagers in their mistreatment of Clarith, persecuting her for her Netsuma heritage. Several years since siring his son, the chief's wife died.[82]

After his nephew Eugen returned to the village around EC 492, the man employed his nephew to assist him with collecting land fees, having him intimidate anyone who refused to pay their dues. When Clarith later began failing to pay the fees, the chief offered the Netsuma the chance to work off some of her debt, having her cook for him in his home whenever he desired. In January of EC 499, the chief invited Clarith to come work at his home for him again and she obeyed, coming to help cook his dinner until he was satisfied later that night.

Several months later, he visited Clarith's home with Eugen to collect her taxes. After knocking on her door, the two entered and the chief inquired if the Netsuma was there. Seeing her attending to an Elphe girl in bed, the man ignored the stranger and questioned if the Netsuma was paying her monthly rent. When Clarith apologized and asked for more time, the chief immediately told her she was useless and to get out, adding that no other village would tolerate her. The man then suggested she work at his place again that evening, noting it should cover the cost before chuckling.

The man then heard the Elphe beside the Netsuma speak up from the bed. Wondering who she was, the man lectured the outsider for trying to get involved in the village's matters while she talked to Clarith. When the girl suddenly presented a pile of gold coins, the shocked chief gawked in silence along with everyone else in the room. When Eugen answered "Michaela's" question that the coins were plenty for the land fee, the chief returned to his senses and listened to her off the payment.

Once she rudely told them to leave since he head still hurt, the chief slammed his cane onto the floor again before questioning why the Elphe was helping a Netsuma. After she answered that it was thanks for the woman's help when she collapsed earlier, the old man accepted her answer. Telling Eugen they were heading home, the chief let his nephew collect the necessary fee before leaving. Afterward, the chief continued to accept Michaela's gold as pay for Clarith's land fee while she stayed in the village over the next six months.

After Eugen confronted his uncle about pocketing some of Earl Felix's tax money, threatening to expose his corruption to the Earl unless he returned it all, the chief eventually poisoned one of Eugen's meals, killing him. Soon after, he told the villagers that Clarith was to blame for the incident, claiming she poisoned Eugen out of resentment for her situation. Mobbing, the villagers went to Clarith's home only to find that she, Michaela, and Ayn had already fled.[83] Later on, the chief was arrested for his crimes and imprisoned by Earl Felix.[84]

Yatski ShamanEdit

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Clarith's foster mother and a former shaman living in Yatski, Elphegort. At some point the shaman moved to Yatski village and adopted a Netsuma child and later taught the young girl how to read and write, never mentioning her job as a shaman because her daughter did not believe in magic. At some point the old woman contracted the Gula disease and became very thin and ill. When Clarith brought home an injured green robin (Michaela in her spirit form) before leaving to work in the fields, the shaman went out to collect some worms in a small box for the bird.

After seeing the bird flail about, the shaman discovered that its bandages weren't done correctly. She apologized to the bird on Clarith's behalf and redid the bandages. Once Clarith returned, her mother welcomed her back home. Clarith reminded her that she needed to rest, considering her poor health, and the shaman retorted that basking in the sun for so long isn't very good either. When she noticed that the robin had woken up, the shaman presented the box of worms to the bird, which it refused to eat.

After Clarith offered the bird some trauben, the shaman noticed how the robin perked up at the sight of fruit. Noting how strange it was that the robin wasn't eating bugs and how it had beautiful green feathers, she wondered aloud if it was actually a forest spirit. Clarith interjected that there was no such thing as forest spirits, and that if there were gods then they wouldn't be in such a dilemma. Clarith then noted that she couldn't sell the trauben due to its poor quality and began to leave.

When her mother asked where she was going, Clarith said that she was called to the village chief's house today and left with a frown on her face. The shaman then turned to the robin and upon realizing it had eaten the trauben, pulled out some more from the basket and laid it in front of the bird. She then apologized to the robin, saying that despite Clarith's attitude she was a good person. Noting that Clarith was the one who brought it home when she saw the bird injured, she asked the bird to forgive her daughter and smiled.

Over the next two weeks, she helped care for the bird with Clarith, who had named it "Grüne." She often didn't feel well, and would lie on her bed while Clarith take care of her. One day, a squirrel came and opened the robin's cage to help it escape as the shaman watched from her bedside. She asked Grüne if she was going back home, and the two animals looked at her in surprise. The shaman noted that Grüne's spirit friend came to take her, and the bird asked how she could understand them.

She responded that she used to be a shaman but Clarith wouldn't believe in such things so she never mentioned it. Grüne thanked the old woman for her hospitality, and the shaman thanked her for making Clarith happy, because she hasn't seen her daughter smile, noting how Grüne may be her only friend. The bird asked if Clarith had no friends, and the shaman pointed at that the scenes outside the window should give her an idea of Clarith's situation, and that Clarith is discriminated against by the people of Elphegort because she is a Netsuma.

Grüne then asked if she was a Netsuma as well since she also has white hair. The old woman said that she has white hair because she is old, but she isn't from Elphegort. Because Clarith is her adopted daughter, the villagers estrange her, but they allow them to live in Yatski and she is thankful for that. The robin commented that humans bullying others is very odd, and the shaman told her forest spirits wouldn't understand. She then gave the bird a handful of trauben to take with her, and Grüne thanked her for it and said she would come back to play.[85]

Later that day, Clarith came back asking where Grüne was. Her mother told her that the injury had healed so it went home. Watching Clarith hold Grüne's cage, the shaman told her that the bird would come back to play, and since it was a forest spirit, maybe be willing to grant prayers. Clarith asked meekly if they still did that, and the old woman said they did, commenting that the bird didn't like bugs and ate only her trauben. Clarith then tucked her in bed, saying that since she had to work early tomorrow, her mother should rest, and the two said good night.[86]

When Clarith brought Michaela to their home, having contracted a fever, the old woman helped Clarith care for the Elphe and made some soup. She scolded Clarith for having an outburst as she came in and asked Michaela if she wanted some soup. She then offered to put some seasoning in it when Clarith stopped her and did it herself. After the chief left with payment for the land, Clarith hit her head on the cupboard, but her mother wasn't very worried since Clarith was often clumsy. The shaman oversaw Michaela staying with them for some time as she gradually befriending her stepdaughter. Sometime later in the middle of the night, the shaman passed away, leaving the two to fend for themselves.[87]

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