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Capell (カペル Kaperu?)- A flute player that is mistaken for Sigmund the Liberator and is imprisoned by the Order of Chains. Lacking the qualities of a hero, even his captors doubt his identity. Although he wants to remain uninvolved in the turbulent events surrounding him, it seems fate has something planned for this reluctant hero. Capell is a Glyphbare, a person who lacks a symbol most humans have on their bodies. This is due to him being born during the night of a lunar eclipse and is considered cursed because of it. He was abandoned as an infant, but raised by a troupe of minstrels. However, Capell has had to endure hardship and persecution because of his lack of a glyph. Despite never having wielded a blade, Capell quickly starts to master swordsmanship.

Aya (アーヤ Āya?)- After Capell is tossed in prison, she rescues him, thinking that he is Sigmund the Liberator. However, after a short while she realizes Capell isn't Sigmund, but rather a minstrel who bears an uncanny resemblance to him. She has fought alongside Sigmund and fully places her trust in him. After getting to know Capell, she begins to become attracted to his quiet strength and kind heart. She wields a bow that she augments with her fire glyph, resulting in explosive arrows.

Sigmund (シグムント Shigumundo?)- The Liberator for whom Capell is mistaken, the trailer suggests he is something of a role model to Capell ("When you find something to believe in, fight for it"). He is the only one capable of destroying the chains that bind the moon and is willing to do anything to unshackle it.

Edward ( エドアルド Edoarudo?)- A cool headed man who wields a large sword. He is the same age as Capell and Sigmund and is a loyal follower of the latter. Though normally cool-headed, his anger can get the best of him and he is growing jealous of Sigmund's trust in Capell.

Rico (ルカ Ruka?)- One of the young spell-casting twins, one male and one female. He is a beast tamer.

Rucha (ロカ Roka?)- She is the female child of the young spell-casting twins. She is a summoner.

Michelle (ミシェル Misheru?)- A seductive looking woman who uses books to cast spells and is a healer. She usually moves at her own pace and comes across as a bit of a bimbo. She is a big fan of tea and always has a kettle and cup ready. Her Japanese name is Mirche.

Komachi - A beautiful female ninja who wields twin kodachi and uses magic. She is also shown to use giant versions of shurikens, similar to Yuffie Kisaragi of the Final Fantasy series, developed by Square Enix. She has a unusual hairstyle, in that instead of her hair being tied with a bow, she uses her hair in place of a bow.

Eugene (ユージン Yūjin?)- A knowledgeable looking man, he uses a staff in battle. He is a friend of Sigmund and the heir to a wealthy merchant family. Though a kind man, he does have a dark side. It is unknown what is in the huge backpack he carries.

Balbagan (バルバガン Barubagan?)- A large man who wields a battle axe, he accompanies the liberation army to have a rematch with Sigmund, whom to he once lost in a duel. He is a rather simple-minded man, often leaving the thinking to others and spends his time napping or eating. He is the oldest of the party at thirty-five.

Touma- A white-haired youth who wears a Japanese fox mask and wields a katana that appears to become a laser sword. He is a young aristocrat whose family has served the empress of Halgita for years. His family also controls an elite group of warrior spies called the Nightwhisper Guild. He is an old friend of Sigmund's and is one of the few people who knows his past. Though his actions are dignified and just, he is a tad naive.

Gustav - A giant red bear with a single horn growing from his forehead. He is actually Aya's pet who she has kept for years. He believes Aya to be his mother and protects her fervently, which prevents him from getting along with other members of the army (especially Capell). Judging from trailers, Capell can ride on Gustav's back.

Vic - A young information seller living on the streets of Kolton. Although Vic's mannerisms and attitude are very masculine, Vic is actually a girl. Her Japanese name is Vika

Sorenstam - A green-haired man who wields magic. His ears appear to be pointed.

Kiriya - Another wizard with extremely long, blond hair. His clothes resemble Japanese garments. He is shown to have very effiminate poses and mannerisms. He appears to use some sort of flail, and a blade like weapon, similar to a hook.

Svala - The Empress of Halgita and the only female ruler amongst the world's leaders. She is a friend of Sigmund. Her Japanese name is Subaru.

Faina - A teenage girl who knows Capell. Like Capell, the Japanese website lists her glyph as "unknown"

Laim - Faina's younger brother.

Leonid (レオニード Reonīdo?)- The man who has enslaved the moon with chains, he is seen as an antagonist. He is known as the Dreadknight and created the Order of Chains.

Saranda - A seductive, red-haired woman who wears a elaborate dress the same color as her hair. She is Leonid's closest confidant and will do anything for him. She is rather sadistic and enjoys taunting her foes.

Serafima - A beautiful, elegant woman, who wears white armor with a blue and white dress. Her design is strikingly similar to Sophitia Alexandra of the Soul Calibur fame. She doesn't appear to wield any sort of weapon. She appears to have a relation to Kristofor.

Kristofor - A brunette haired man with a rough appearance, and a design similar to an aviator, a rather modern design compared to the others.

Dominica - A female knight in orange armor. She has brown hair in a ponytail, and uses a spear. She is shown in a fight with Capell and Aya.