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The characters of Ogre Battle 64.
Protagonist of Person of Lordly Caliber. The son of the former general of the Palatian army, Magnus enters the military academy to get away from his father. He is the childhood friend of Prince Yumil, whom his father was assigned to guard. On his request, he is sent to the Southern region upon graduation. There he serves under General Godeslas and witnesses the start of the Palatian revolution. Regardless of the choices made, he defects to the revolutionary army, where he goes from untrusted rookie to flagbearer of the movement in two years.
Tropes associated with Magnus:
- Calling the Old Man Out: Does this to his father, Ankiseth.
- Ho Yay: With Yumil.
- Magic Knight: After his class change.
- The Hero
- Visible Silence: Though he just as often doesn't know when to shut up.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair
A southerner assigned to the same training group as Magnus. When the latter is assigned command in the first training mission, he grows jealous and challenges him to a fight. Depending on Magnus' answer to his challenge, and the answer to a later question, Dio may leave the party. Otherwise, he stays with Magnus, following him when the latter defects, eventually becoming a trusted friend.
Tropes associated with Dio:
- Chekhov's Gunman: If he leaves your party. He's assumed dead. He randomly shows up in a cutscene after a mission later on, unseen by the characters. He kills Rhade and takes his place as knight of the Central Division.
- Expy: Of Vyce from Tactics Ogre. Very similar appearance, with the same final class - which no other characters have access to.
- Face Heel Turn: If he leaves your party.
- Fantastic Racism: the target of it due to his southern origin.
- Magic Knight: Only after his class change, and still less so than most afterwards.
- The Rival
The daughter of Count Silvis, lord of Argent. Leia joins the military against her father's wishes in order to prove her own worth. She is sent the southern region, and is assigned to Magnus' battalion when it is officially formed.
Tropes associated with Leia:
- Action Girl
- Blade on a Stick: Wields a spear.
- Blow You Away: Uses wind element spells.
- Hair of Gold
- Lady of War
- Magic Knight
- The Chick: Surprisingly averted. Yes Leia is a woman, but she displays none of the trope. She's a soldier, who just happens to be a woman.
An adviser for the southern division. He is assigned to train both Magnus and Dio, and stays with the battalion afterwards. Follows Magnus to the revolutionary army.
Tropes associated with Hugo:
- The Obi-Wan
- Retired Badass: Was said to serve with Magnus' father years ago, before retiring to become a tactician.
- Mr. Exposition
A young(er) kid impressed by Magnus' battalion. Always wanted to join the army and does it if Magnus accepts him.
- Cheerful Child
- Momma's Boy: Part of the reason he joins Magnus, to grow out of it.
- Stone Wall: Starts as a Phalanx. If you go see his mother, she gives him a shield that boosts his already impressive defenses and makes him immune so several magic effects.
- Tagalong Kid
Magnus' father, and the bodyguard and later commander of Yumil's forces. Accused of having once murdered a noble, he is called Ankiseth the Murderer by his detractors.
- Calling the Old Man Out: Inverted, as Ankiseth will spend most of Chapter 2 calling his son out on joining the rebellion. Played straight at the end, where Magnus calls him out on never fighting the accusations of being a murderer.
- Cool Old Guy
- Magic Knight
- Mighty Glacier
- "Well Done, Son" Guy: Him and Magnus have a difficult relationship to say the least. And Akiseth is a man of few compliments.
A former member of one of the central division's branches. Her comrades were butchered by Ogres and as the sole survivor she blames Magnus for it, as she was told the rebels unleashed the ogres. It was general Godesleas. Will join the rebellion if you defeat her and have a high Chaos Frame.
A Hawkman that left Lodis due to its strict laws. He joins you in the hopes of meeting women.
Tropes associated with Sheen:
- An Axe to Grind / Drop the Hammer
- Chivalrous Pervert
- Older Than They Look: Hawkmen live much longer than humans. The Hugo report lists him as being in his eighties. He looks about thirty.
- Winged Humanoid
Biske La Varet
A werewolf, imprisoned by Magnus' father years ago. Released on the condition that he face and kill Magnus. If you have a low Chaos Frame, he may join you after the battle.
- Blood Knight
- Cool Sword: The Evil Blade, which he wields when in human form.
- Ship Tease: With Liedel.
- Wolf Man
Knight of the Eastern Division and follower of the Eastern Orthodox Church.
Tropes associated with Europea:
- Hot Chick with a Sword
- Lady of War
- Mythology Gag: Her appearance is nearly identical to that of the female protagonist in March of the Black Queen, though her backstory is different.
- The Stoic
A former knight of Lodis. He leaves when his order no longer follows the ideals set forth by Lodis' God.
Tropes associated with Carth:
A boy from a secluded mountain town. He is shunned by society because he accidentally turned his best friend to stone.
Tropes associated with Paul:
- Blessed with Suck
- Improbable Weapon User: Dolls.
- Improvised Golems: As an Enchanter, he can magically animate dolls to attack his enemies.
- It's All My Fault
- Taken for Granite: Accidentally does this to his friend.
Knight of the Central region. Meets Magnus when the latter rescues him, Jeal and Prince Yumil from the rebels. He instructs Magnus to slaughter the remainder of the rebels in the area. Rhade's continued behavior is a big motivator in Magnus' defection.
Tropes associated with Rhade:
- Cluster F-Bomb: With every word but the "f".
- Fantastic Racism: To anyone not part of the nobility.
- Kick the Dog
- Ungrateful Bastard: When save his life, he berates you for being to slow.
- You Rebel Scum: Chews the rebels saying they should just except their lives as they are and that upper-class deserves to live better off regardless of abuse of power.
The Prince of Palatinus and childhood friend of Magnus.
Tropes associated with Yumil:
- A God Am I: Actually the reincarnation of Danika, the daughter of Berthe, the Goddess of Earth.
- Face Heel Turn
- Forgotten Childhood Friend: Played with. He has a feeling he knew Mari, his lover, in his youth. He didn't. Mari's father is Rashidi, who specifically manipulated the entire situation so that the two would meet.
- Ho Yay: With Magnus.
- Royal Rapier
- Save the Princess: Inverted, since Yumil is male.
- The Unfavorite: Hated by his father, since his mother died in childbirth. Due to his odd hair and eye color, his father suspects he's not really his son anyway.
Member of the Lodis empire's Caliginous Order. He manipulates events from behind scenes before entering the main story alongside the other Order members in Chapter 3.
Tropes associated with Baldwin:
- Cain and Abel
- Disc One Final Boss: And then he comes back. Twice. And he's still not dead after the third battle.
- Manipulative Bastard
- The Dragon: to Richard
Baldwin's older brother and the "Death Templar" of the Caliginos Order.
Tropes associated with Richard:
- Aloof Big Brother: He's shown to care about Baldwin, but never shows it around him and is extremely cold towards him in hopes of pushing him to work harder. this treatment eventually leads to Baldwin killing him, and Richard is actually proud of him for it.
- Badass: His initial introduction features him ordering around the King of Palatinus.
- Big Bad Wannabe: Is the de-facto ruler of Palatinus and would have served as the game's Big Bad if not for the fact that other characters start showing up with control powers from the underworld that put his army to shame.