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- See Ra Devil.
- Hassan Show
- Queen Lenna's resident Blue Mage, he can't do much
besides listen to the wind.
- Kisana Show
- Linaly's sea monster friend who appears once or
- Lenna, Queen Show
- A direct descendant of her illustrious forbear, Queen
Lenna looks and sounds like the inspiration for Queen
Amidala of Star Wars fame - she even has the hair right.
Her only job is to look pure and thoughtful while the good
guys fight the bad guys. Hassan is her right hand man. (See
- Linaly Show
- A young, blue-haired girl, Linaly is a direct
descendant of Bartz.
Although a very naive and wide-eyed youth, she nevertheless
has as much bravery as her companion Prettz. This is either
offset or enhanced (I haven't decided which) by the fact
that her skirt is of negligble length, a fact which is
taken advantage of when the Crystal of Wind decides to use
her body as a summer home. She's a novice Summoner, but
can't do anything besides Chocobos. Her elderly
grandfather, who starts the whole anime off, communicates
to her via her Ying-Yang earring.
- Mid Previa Show
- An energetic young man who follows in the
mechanical-engineering footsteps of his grandfather Cid. He
helps Mid remember what his purpose is, and he serves as
his grandpa's foil. He's almost as smart when it comes to
machines, too. Mid returns in the anime as a spirit - after
Ra Devil needlessly killed him while stealing Cid's brain,
Mid hides away in the Wind Crystal until he should become
useful, which is during the scope of the anime. He sounds
like he's on helium and is a lot smaller than he should be.
He's also lost his glasses somewhere. Being a ghost, he
can't do much but give advice and banter angrily with
- Prettz Show
- Prettz is an absolute numbskull. His instant and only
reaction to anything which bothers him is humorous
aggression; aided by his constant companions - a samurai
sword and spiked bombs which pull a strawberry before
blowing up - it allows for some almost dangerous moments.
He has a fixation for Linaly, of course without admitting
it. However, his daredevil foolhardiness gets him and his
friends out of several jams which normal people would
blanch at even contemplating. He also rides a motorbike to
help him get around.
- Ra Devil Show
- The most illogical and brainless villain since Chaos,
Ra Devil's motives, origins, and plans are completely
unknown. He looks like a half-robot, half-skeleton, with
one red eye. He steals Cid's brain away in hopes of finding
the secrets of the four Crystals; when he finally does, 200
years later, he collects them all and transforms into
Deathgyunos, who's basically just a lot bigger than Ra
Devil. However, apparently even that form can't stand a few
laser beams, chocobos, and a good samurai sword swipe.
- Rouge Show
- A scantily-clad kleptomaniac, Rouge heads a band of
leather-clad pirates (funnily, she's the only skinny one),
riding around in a pink monstrosity of an airship and
accosting travelers. Fueled by an urge to own anything
shiny, she even holds the new legendary heroes captive
while she tries to coax the Wind Crystal out of them.
Eventually Queen Lenna pays her off and she cooperates with
the good guys - for a while. Although at first ignoring
Valkas's inept advances, she eventually falls for him as
- Valkas Show
- A bumbling general of the Tycoon air force, Valkas
leads the Iron Wing airship. His tendency to get worked up
about absolutely everything makes for some very awkward
moments, especially when he suddenly finds himself in love
with Rouge, who happens to be his captor at the time.
Fairly agressive (made worse by the fact that he's almost a
giant), he's nevertheless fiercely loyal to Queen Lenna and
eventually works for the greater good. He wears what looks
like jeweler's lenses done in black and his uniform is way
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