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This article provides a comprehensible listing of characters presented in the story of the videogame Soulcalibur III’s mini-game Chronicles of the Sword.

Grandall EmpireEdit

The Flag of Grandall is red with a black dragon facing east.

The main empire on the continent and where most of the story revolves around. The empire is under the leadership of the Astlar Dynasty's only heir Strife, after his father died in one of many wars. Its capital is Parousia, a fortress city surrounded by a defensive wall. Lately the Empire has not interfered with the other conflicting reigns, amassing secretly their weapons and armies. The emperor has installed a dictatorship based on fear, which eventually will lead into an insurrection.

Strife Astlar GrandallEdit

  • Weapon: Iron Sword[1]
  • Weapon Name: Ambition, Soul Edge
  • Occupation: Grandall Emperor
  • Setting Job: Sword Master

Inheriting Grandall's throne at a young age, Strife lived under the bad traits of his blood relatives, who threatened to kill him and take his throne. He passed various days without eating or sleeping well, as well as constantly fearing for his life with a dagger in hand, until he started hearing a strange voice coming from deep in Parousia Castle, each time he sat on his throne. When he was able to understand what it said, his personality changed completely. He turned into a ruthless dictator, executing his own relatives and threatening through torture to whoever went against his wishes. He amassed armies while standing outside of the war between Dalkia and Halteese. All was peaceful within the empire until Dalkia declared war against Grandall, and Emperor Strife ordered the Cadet and his/her unit to go reinforce the border fortress in the east.

Although he never sent back-up units and left the Cadet's unit on his/her own, he/she became popular amongst the people, and that made Strife immensely jealous of him/her.

A year after those events, Girardot rebels against Emperor Strife and leads a rebel army against him. Strife made the Cadet the leader of the Anti-Rebellion force and sent him/her to stop Girardot. Upon his/her success, Strife comes personally to deliver the final blow, after Girardot gave his former student one last speech. In this moment Strife reveals that he had obtained the evil sword, Soul Edge.

Things turned against him when the Cadet, upon questioning his belief, challenged him under his/her own rebel group, called Arthias. Despite sending his officers Aeolos, Abelia, and Chester to stop him/her, they all failed and the Cadet reached the citadel of Parousia. Within the citadel, Strife awaited the Cadet with his Elite Regiment, the "Ressentiment".[2] Although Strife wielded the Soul Edge, he was ultimately defeated and killed in the last battle with the Cadet.

Troops

  • Ressentiment Imperial Guard: Beleth, Noel, Alastor, Domenthi, Haystir, Cassius, Agareth, Ixion, Agave, Acacia, Mireille.

Appearance: Boss in Chronicle 20.[3] Strife returns in Soul Calibur IV as an enemy during Story Mode. Now, he uses Siegfried's fighting style.

ChesterEdit

  • Weapon: Dagger[4] & Bomb
  • Weapon Name: Kingslayer
  • Occupation: Prime Minister of Maletta, Advisor of Grandall.
  • Setting Job: Thief (Sword Master in Chronicle 19).

A mysterious and manipulative man, he is the puppeteer who pulled the strings from behind the Mantis War. He convinced Demuth into making his own country, Maletta, and then started the conflict between Grandall and Dalkia using a group of Brigands with several defected Grandall soldiers. He then plotted on taking Demuth's reign during the ensuing chaos. Although he was successful in taking Maletta's throne from Demuth, the Cadet foiled his plans and defeated him in Untide's Castle.

Trying to get revenge, he sided with Strife and advised him on how to dispatch of the Cadet. Although his plans are once again useless, he is forced to confront the Arthias movement in the capital itself, Parousia. He is finally defeated in front of Parousia's castle, though it is not known if he was killed or just arrested.

Troops

  • Brigands: Loki, Eris.
  • Parousia Unit: Yueliang, Dufeng, Tomoe, Shizuma, Hilda, Abigail, Philine.

Appearance: Boss in Chronicle 3, Chronicle 10, and Chronicle 19.[5]

Girardot ArgezasEdit

  • Weapon: Lance[6]
  • Weapon Name: Pilum Muralis, Absolution
  • Occupation: Parousia Academy Instructor, Leader of the Rebellion
  • Setting Job: Knight

A strict trainer of the Parousia Academy and renowned tactician of the Empire. He was the master of both the Cadet and Abelia. At first he taught his students the ways of war without realizing he was sending them to die in battle. Once he realized the crime he committed, he swore upon his lance "Absolution" to never commit the same mistake, and to lead their students towards the best way. He was the Cadet's last exam to graduate as a soldier, and when the Cadet and his/her unit were sent from Dalkia to Halteese, he joined them in bringing down the Giant Defensive Wall. During the course of the war, Girardot entered in various discussion with his emperor Strife, because he never sent back-up and left their troops to battle on its own. Against all the odds, however, the Cadet proved to be an excellent tactician and leader and is able to bring down both Maletta and Dalkia with only his/her unit.

A year later, Girardot discovers the state of despair the empire was living under Strife's iron fist dictatorship, and to help the people he gathered a rebel force with those loyal to Grandall, not Strife. Strife had the audacity to plot his best student, the Cadet, against him.

Eventually the Cadet and Girardot meet again in the training grounds, and the Cadet is able to bring him down. In his last breaths, Girardot tried to make him/her realize he/she was not on the right side, and that he/she needs to think for who is he/she fighting for. But before he can end his speech, Strife appeared and stabbed him with Soul Edge, killing him instantly.

Troops

  • Training Troops: Rufus, Edith, Xiaoxin, Jinkai.
  • Rebel Troops: Zifeng, Mayura, Katina, Fengyu, Syunna, Xunyu, Feofan, Rudiger.

Appearance: Join in Chronicles 7,[7] 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. Boss in Chronicle 2[8] and Chronicle 15.[9]

Abelia SchillfeltEdit

  • Weapon: Short Sword & Small Shield[10]
  • Weapon Name: Eternal Rest
  • Occupation: Grandall Officer, Arthias member
  • Setting Job: Gladiator

A soldier born in the Grandall Empire, she is a talented young girl. She is the daughter of a high-ranked officer of Grandall, and thus her skills are natural to her. She turned into a genius soldier, praised by the minor soldiers, but the Cadet's military capabilities shadowed her progress. She decided to not let that interfere in her duties, and taking her sword and shield she followed into the war against Dalkia.

She accompanied the Cadet for a short period, after which she was ordered to stay and confront Dalkia while the Cadet went towards Halteese. But she does not fare too well against Dalkia's Elite forces, the "Klessirpemdo", and her unit is decimated. The Cadet comes to aid her in the battle and they both end the war by defeating Queen Aurelia of Dalkia.

She is assigned a new unit and a year later she is ordered to follow the Cadet against an Anti-Rebellion force against Girardot. After defeating Girardot, she returned to her duties. She is ordered to stop the Cadet's reformed rebellion in his/her path towards the capital of Grandall, Parousia. During their reencounter the Cadet defeats her, and she starts to question where her loyalty lies, with the Empire or with the people. She decides to trust the Cadet and joins his/her rebellion to confront Strife.

Troops

  • Training Unit: Notus, Ishtar.
  • Grandall Unit: Notus, Ishtar, Ouka, Ryouga, Balduin, Mingyue.

Appearance: Join in Chronicle 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15,[11] 19, 20. Boss in Chronicle 1[12] and Chronicle 18.[13]

NotusEdit

  • Weapon: Grieve Edge
  • Weapon Name: Kick Edge
  • Occupation: Grandall Soldier
  • Setting Job: Gladiator

Notus is not a big character. He does not talk at all, nor is he involved in the storyline much. He is one of Abelia's Training units and under her command.

Appearance: Is against cadet in Chronicle 2 and 18.

AeolosEdit

  • Weapon: Steel Fan
  • Weapon Name: Fujin Fan
  • Occupation: Grandall Officer
  • Setting Job: Saint

A higher-ranking officer of Grandall, he was in charge of the platoon set in the outskirts of Grandall. He was assigned the Cadet's old troops. When the Arthias rebels were going towards the capital to confront Strife, he tried to stop them. Since their troops did not want to fight against their former ally and friend, he used fragments of Soul Edge, sent by Emperor Strife, to control them. But despite his tricks, he is eventually defeated. He is taller than most other units in the game, and in battle he is clearly much taller than the player.

Troops

  • Border Unit: Aeneas, Riese, Meiga, Eurydice, Leraje, Kanon.

Appearance: Boss in Chronicle 17.

KagamiEdit

  • Weapon: Katana & Shuriken
  • Weapon Name: Genma & Kokuen
  • Occupation: Grandall Officer
  • Setting Job: Ninja

Officer of Grandall, in charge of sighting outer menaces to the empire. He was assented in the outskirts of Grandall with his unit, and upon seeing the Cadet coming with a rebellion force, he quickly sent a message to warn his emperor. Although he is defeated in battle, he successfully sends the message.

Troops

  • Outskirts Unit: Yukina, Konomi, Meilan, Fenglin, Irene.

Appearance: Boss in Chronicle 16.

EndeEdit

  • Weapon: Katana
  • Weapon Name: Kokuenra
  • Occupation: Grandall Officer
  • Setting Job: Sword Master
  • Level: 99

Officer of Grandall sent by Strife to prevent the Arthias rebels led by the Cadet from entering the city of Parousia. He awaits them outside the city, but as powerful as he is, he is eventually defeated (at least canonically speaking; his battle is completely optional, and he will never attack the player of his own accord).

Appearance: Enemy in Chronicle 19

Kingdom of DalkiaEdit

The Flag of Dalkia is yellow with black border, four black weapons linked together.

Originally ruled by a king; Dalkia is now ruled by Queen Aurelia, a former concubine who usurped the throne after the King's mysterious death and asserted her position through the King's Personal Guard and the Dalkian Military. Dalkia's capital is Revless, a city centered around Dalkia's Palace. The only route connecting it with Grandall is the Welshdat Bridge. Recently Dalkia broke the peace treaty with Halteese, before declaring war against Grandall on grounds of retaliation.

Aurelia Dichalha Dolce DalkiaEdit

  • Weapon: Chained Sickle[14]
  • Weapon Name: Black Widow
  • Occupation: Dalkia's Queen
  • Setting Job: Ninja

Queen of the Kingdom of Dalkia. She once was one of the Dalkian King's concubines, but he died of unknown circumstance, apparently related to poison. After his death, Aurelia seized power and ascended to the throne before anyone could object, and with the help of the King's personal guard, Roin, and the Military, she quickly asserted her position as Queen of Dalkia.

Aurelia waged war against Halteese until Chester, with the use of the Brigands and defected Grandall soldiers, set the confrontation towards Grandall. She sent her troops to attack the empire, but is soon surprised to hear that even the leader of her Elite soldiers, Luna of the Klessirpemdo, has been defeated by fledgling commander of Grandall.

Awaiting in her palace in Revless, Dalkia's capital, she hears more of the Klessirpemdo's defeats by the cadet's hands until she confronts the Cadet and his/her soldiers, and is finally defeated.

Appearance: Boss in Chronicle 12. She also appears in the comments of Chronicle 8.

RoinEdit

  • Weapon: Lance
  • Weapon Name: Alhspiess, Sacrifice
  • Occupation: Former Royal Guard of the late Dalkian King, Queen's personal Guard
  • Setting Job: Knight

Formerly the King's personal guard but was convinced by Aurelia to defect. He was a part of the plot to poison the King of Dalkia, to allow Aurelia rise to power.

He first led the troops sent to destroy the Welshdat Bridge, only point of connection between Grandall and Dalkia, but once he fails he retreats back to Revless. There he prepared the defenses to confront Grandall's forces. He laid down his life for his queen as the last line of defense in the palace courtyard. He is finally defeated in the courtyard.

Troops

  • Welshdat Bridge Unit: Rhea, Iblis, Amrita.
  • Revless Unit: Celestis, Lilian, Minilan, Eunice, Iris, Jiuri, Aether.

Appearance: Boss in Chronicle 5. Enemy in Chronicle 12.

LunaEdit

  • Weapon: Chinese Sword[15]
  • Weapon Name: Dystopia, Soulcalibur
  • Occupation: Dalkia's Elite Unit Commander
  • Setting Job: Sage

An orphan brought to Dalkia by the Halteese Royal Family. She grew up without any relatives or friends, and learned that only the strong can survive. So she trained hard to become the strongest officer of Dalkia, and eventually is given the honor to lead an Elite unit, the "Klessirpemdo".[16]

She was assigned to follow Areon in a counterattack against Grandall, and here she confronted the Cadet for the first time. Being defeated, she retreated and prepared the barricades at the capital's border alongside her unit, but she is once again defeated.

At the Queen's order, she and her unit go to assist Maletta's forces against the invading Grandall forces, where she tries one more time to overcome her rival, the cadet, without success. She returned to protect Dalkia from Abelia's unit at Onhent, the gateway to the capital, Revless. She is successful in fending off the Abelia's unit until the Cadet appears to relieve Abelia. In their last battle, Luna tried to overcome the Cadet using the legendary Soulcalibur, but even with the sacred sword she could not defeat the Cadet and she is finally defeated and captured. Luna is the daughter of Mooncalf, she never meets Mooncalf, remarking she has never heard of her in Chronicle 11 if you send Girardot to fight her.

Although being a prisoner of war, Girardot made sure neither she nor her unit suffer any harm during their captivity, and also instructed her to, if something happened to him, find his the cadet and give him/her Soulcalibur. She followed Girardot's request, and once Arthias reached Parousia she joined them and handed the Cadet the sacred sword to battle Strife.

Appearance: Join in Chronicle 19 and 20. Enemy in Chronicle 4[17] and 9. Boss in Chronicle 6 and 11.

The KlessirpemdoEdit

Dalkia's elite unit under Luna's direct command.[18] The unit was comprised of four members (not including Luna):

  • Lupi, wielder of the Blazecleaver Lance. She is known as the "Fires of Hell". Job: Knight.
  • Aege, wielder of the Brutal Terra Iron Sword. She is known as the "Earth of Foundation". Job: Pirate.
  • Elua, wielder of the Galeforce Kunais. She is known as the "Wind of Creation". Job: Assassin.
  • Heal-Do, wielder of the Leviathan Wave Swords. She is known as the "Water of Origin.". Job: Gladiator.

They all consider themselves a family, and protected each other during battle. Lupi, Aege, Elua, and Heal-Do all defend their leader, Luna. Together they seem to form the 5 elements; Water, Wind, Earth, Fire, and Aether.

Appearance: Enemy in Chronicles 6,[19] 9,[20] and 11.[21]

AreonEdit

  • Weapon: Iron Sword
  • Weapon Name: Great Sword
  • Occupation: Dalkia Officer
  • Setting Job: Pirate

A high-ranked officer of Dalkia, he is ordered to lead a counter-attack against Grandall after the incident with the Brigands. He seems to be confident of his success, for he only brings Luna and minor soldiers into the unit. Either way, he confronts the Cadet's defense unit and is defeated.

Appearance: Boss in Chronicle 4.

Halteese RepublicEdit

The Flag of Halteese is sky blue flag with a fancy black border and crown.

The oldest country known. Previously a monarchy, the royal family has suffered from great internal conflicts resulting in its dissolution into a republic. The Zebus Royal Family secretly puppets the government, and it is actually in the hands of 2 of its 3 heirs after their parents' deaths. Its capital is Epistema, protected by the "Giant Defensive Wall" on the outskirts of the city. Its army was said to be the mightiest on the continent, but was recently defeated by Malettan forces.

HalphasEdit

  • Weapon: Wave Swords
  • Weapon Name: Mantis Blade
  • Occupation: Member of the Halteese Royal Family
  • Setting Job: Assassin

As part of the Royal Family, Halphas was in charge of defending Halteese. He led the troops in Halteese' Giant Defensive Wall when Grandall troops tried to break in. After being defeated and forced to retreat into the main stronghold, Halphas found the mysterious assassin Mooncalf, who slays him in the aftermath of the Giant Defensive Wall's destruction.

Troops

  • Defensive Unit: Yufeng, Shiina, Kureha, Juno.

Appearance: Enemy in Chronicle 7.

AilianEdit

  • Weapon: Chained Sickle
  • Weapon Name: Sickle
  • Occupation: Halteese Officer, Arthias Member
  • Setting Job: Samurai

A high-ranked officer of Halteese and one of the few survivors of Maletta's assault on the Halteese capital of Epistema. She tried her best to fend off the Malettan forces until the Cadet saved her. In gratitude for his/her help, she decided to join his/her troops in its battle against Maletta and Dalkia. A year later she aided the Cadet in his/her rebellion against Strife and helped to take down Aeolos and free her former comrades.

Appearance: Neutral in Chronicle 8 (She must be rescued in order to join the player's group).[22] Join in Chronicles 9, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 20.

LerajeEdit

  • Weapon: Rapier
  • Weapon Name: Fallen Antler
  • Occupation: Halteese Soldier, Arthias Member
  • Setting Job: Knight

Soldier of the Halteese Republic, he was with Ailian and Kanon and was one of the few survivors of Maletta's attack at Epistema. He tried to fended off his attacker until the Cadet decided to save them of his own accord. Upon being rescued, he joined their ranks as a show of gratitude.

A year later he formed part of Aeolos' unit alongside the Cadet's old soldiers, and he is another one of the victims of Soul Edge's control, forced to fight the Cadet. Like the others, after being freed from the curse, he rejoins the group.

Appearance: Neutral in Chronicle 8 (He must be rescued in order to join the player's group).[23] Join in Chronicles 9, 10, 11, 12, 18, 19, 20. Enemy in Chronicle 17.

KanonEdit

  • Weapon: Grieve Edges
  • Weapon Name: Cailleach Bheur
  • Occupation: Halteese Soldier
  • Setting Job: Gladiator

A younger officer of the Halteese Republic and another of the few survivors of Maletta's assault on Epistema. She fought off the intruders until the Cadet saved her. In response, she joined alongside her friends.

A year later, she forms part of Aeolos' unit and is also brainwashed to fight the Cadet in his way. After being freed, she rejoins the group as well.

Appearance: Neutral in Chronicle 8 (She must be rescued in order to join the player's group).[24] Join in Chronicles 9, 10, 11, 12, 18, 19, 20. Enemy in Chronicle 17.

Kingdom of MalettaEdit

The Flag of Maletta is dark green with black axe.

The newly created kingdom by the hands of Chester and Demuth. Formed from a Halteese province under jurisdiction of Demuth, Demuth soon declared Maletta an independent kingdom, under Chester's advice. After defeating the Halteese Army, the Republic of Halteese acknowledged its independence. Its capital is Untide, a city with a stronghold that acts as a gate to the castle.

Demuth Beel Zebus MalettaEdit

  • Weapon: Steel Fan[25]
  • Weapon Name: Baindigart
  • Occupation: Former Halteese Prince, King of Maletta
  • Setting Job: Saint

The younger son of Halteese' Royal Family. He was a lazy prince, preferring the easy life of the castle. One day Chester appeared before him and explained that, since he never cared for the throne, his two older brother were already going to take it, and that his chances of taking it now were near zero. As Demuth pondered on the idea of assassinating his brothers, Chester offered a different plan: using the small territory his brothers arranged for him to rule, he would create a kingdom of his own, Maletta. After defeating the Halteese Army, Maletta was recognized as an independent kingdom. Demuth then planned the take of Halteese to expand its territories.

Although he was successful on assaulting Halteese's capital Epistema, his forces are forced back by Grandall's units, lead by the Cadet. Upon his failures, Chester took the advantage and self-proclaimed himself King of Maletta, leaving Demuth without troops. Drunken and defeated, Demuth was left to die against Grandall's forces.

Appearance: Enemy in Chronicle 10.

HyleEdit

  • Weapon: Broad Sword & Small Shield
  • Weapon Name: Lilia
  • Occupation: Maletta Officer
  • Setting Job: Gladiator

A high-ranked officer of Halteese, but one that would defect to Maletta. Not only did he defect to Maletta, he also planned to take the Malettan throne for himself. Part of his motivation seems to come from his girlfriend Leelia, from which he named his weapons (Lilia Sword & Shield). After joining with the unknown assassin Mooncalf, he is sent as the head of the assault team that struck at Epistema, Halteese's capital. He successfully takes Epistema and allows Mooncalf to finish off the Halteese Royal Family. Just as she finishes cleaning her blade, she is confronted by the cadet and is forced to retreat.

After being defeated as well, Hyle tried to delay the troops and buy time to let Mooncalf reach Demuth. But once he reached the capital Untide, he found Kierkess had discovered her and, through torture, also found out his plans for treason. After killing Mooncalf, Kierkess left Hyle and his remaining troops, alongside the dethroned Demuth, to die at the hands of Grandall.

Troops

  • Assault Unit: Shiun, Siulan, Karen, Ilyusha, Muriel, Kanade, Marid, Yakumo, Oruks, Anaretta.

Appearance: Boss in Chronicles 8 and 9. Enemy in Chronicle 10.[26]

KierkessEdit

  • Weapon: Grieve Edges
  • Weapon Name: Hell's Design
  • Occupation: Maletta's Elite Unit Captain
  • Setting Job: Gladiator

A high-ranked officer of Maletta, Kierkess was a sadistic and cold-hearted soldier, and also leader of Maletta's Elite forces, known as the "Hellgenoss Warriors". He despises Hyle, and though he helped him somewhat during his battles against Grandall, he wished for his death. Upon stopping Mooncalf's assassination attempt, he tortured her and forced her to reveal Hyle's treasonous plan, and then he killed her in cold blood. He sided with Chester and after orchestrating Hyle's death at the Cadet's hands, Kierkess sent his troops to crush the weary soldiers of Grandall. But the Cadet's ability and skill were too much, and both he and his troops were defeated.

After Maletta's fall, he escapes and reappears in Revless to aid Dalkia, just in time to confront the Cadet one more time to take revenge. Unfortunately for him, he is not able to defeat the Cadet.

Troops

  • Hellgenoss Elite Troops: Saizou, Wenli, Asrafil, Ambrose, Veles, Azrael, Aloces, Azumi, Chikage, Fenglei, Gorus, Ratziel, Raguel.

Appearance: Enemy in Chronicle 10 and 12.

MooncalfEdit

  • Weapon: Chinese Blade
  • Weapon Name: Midnight
  • Occupation: Assassin
  • Setting Job: Sage

A mysterious assassin, Mooncalf was once a mother, but her child was taken by the Royal Family of Halteese. Now burning with vengefulness and motivated with the possibility of finding her daughter, she allied with Hyle, who planned to take Maletta, and followed him into Epistema. There she assassinated the members of the Halteese Royal Family, but was defeated and forced to retreat by the Cadet's unit.

During the escape Hyle tried to delay the troops and let her reach Untide and finish off the last of the Halteese Royal Family, but Kierkess halted her attempt of killing Demuth. After being tortured by Kierkess, she revealed Hyle's plans, and then is killed in cold blood by him. In her last breaths, she lamented not being at the side of Luna, her daughter.

Appearance: Boss in Chronicle 7. Enemy in Chronicle 8.

Girardot's RebelsEdit

The Flag of Rebels is purple with black mediterranean-style border.

As result of the dictatorship Strife imposed on Grandall, its civilians suffer from opression and persecution. At the sight of this tyranny, Girardot rebels against the empire and recruits civilians and those loyal to Grandall, not Strife. They attempt to dethrone the insane emperor through force, but their attempts are unsuccessful.

BrunhildEdit

  • Weapon: Lance
  • Weapon Name: Bourdonasse
  • Occupation: Rebel Captain
  • Setting Job: Knight

Trusted soldier of Girardot, this rebel took the leadership of the first troops during their encounter with Grandall's Anti-Rebellion force. She tries to defeat them, but Abelia and the Cadet make quick work of her.

Troops

  • Rebel Troops: Sizuku, Alberic, Leshy, Kimika, Shuyu, Aglaia, Azalea.

Appearance: Boss in Chronicle 13.

IgnisEdit

  • Weapon: Grieve Edges
  • Weapon Name: Grieve Edge
  • Occupation: Grandall Officer disguised as Rebel Tactician
  • Setting Job: Gladiator

Originally thought to be a skilled tactician under Girardot's rebel team, he is later revealed to be a Grandall officer sent to ambush the Cadet, due to his/her increasing popularity in the empire, which made Strife furious. He ambushed the Cadet's unit during the night with a massive army of soldiers, who attempted to kill him/her during the ambush.

But Ignis himself stayed behind and, without his leading skills, the unprepared soldiers were defeated. He fought them after his army's fall, but is also defeated easily.

Appearance: Boss in Chronicle 14.

FeofanEdit

  • Weapon: Broad Sword & Small Shield
  • Weapon Name: Katzbalger
  • Occupation: Rebel Soldier, Arthias Member
  • Setting Job: Gladiator

One of Girardot's youngest rebels, Feofan was normally very impulsive and inexperienced. He tried to protect Girardot during their clash against Grandall's anti-rebellion in training grounds, but he is not able and Girardot is finally defeated, and then killed by Strife. Being one of the soldiers who escaped arrest, he joined the reformed rebels, the Arthias Rebellion, and advanced towards Grandall to enact revenge for Girardot.

Appearance: Join in Chronicle 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 (only if he's defeated before Rudiger). Enemy in Chronicle 15.

Rudiger ArgezasEdit

  • Weapon: Lance
  • Weapon Name: Ahlspiess
  • Occupation: Rebel Soldier, Arthias Member
  • Setting Job: Knight

Ex-soldier of Grandall and Girardot's elder son. Rudiger quickly followed into his father's plans and protected him during the fight against Grandall's Anti-Rebellion force in training grounds; however, he is defeated and his father died after that.

Being incapable of accepting his death, Rudiger tries to attack Parousia alone to exact revenge, but the Arthias rebels stopped him. Although he did not trust them, since they were part of his father's demise, he accepted on working with them against Strife.

Appearance: Join in Chronicle 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 (only if he's defeated before Feofan). Enemy in Chronicle 15.

Arthias RebelsEdit

The Flag of Arthias is blue with the head of a white horse.

After Girardot's demise, the rebels take on a new leader and change their name and banners, reborn as Arthias. This new force continued Girardot's desire of liberating Grandall, which has control of the whole continent, from the Emperor's tyranny with the Cadet leading them.

AeneasEdit

  • Weapon: Lance
  • Weapon Name: Pilum Muralis
  • Occupation: Grandall Soldier, Arthias Member
  • Setting Job: Knight

A soldier under training who was assigned to the Cadet. Because he is a knight wielding the Lance discipline, it can be guessed he was also under Girardot's teachings. He joins the Cadet during their training at Parousia Academy and he follows the Cadet during their battles against Dalkia, Halteese and Maletta. Once the war is over, he is assigned to another unit.

A year later he found out his former friend now lead a rebellion against Strife, and refuses to fight against him/her; however, his superior officer Aeolos turned him into a puppet of the Soul Edge using a fragment of Soul Edge and put him, among others, against the Cadet. After being freed from the curse, he joins Arthias against Strife.

Appearance: Join in Chronicles 1 through 12, then 18 through 20. Enemy in Chronicle 17.

RieseEdit

  • Weapon: Wave Swords
  • Weapon Name: Aya & Hongya
  • Occupation: Grandall Soldier, Arthias Member
  • Setting Job: Thief

A soldier under training in Parousia's Academy, who is assigned to the Cadet's unit. Some dialogue in the game hints that before joining the army, she was an assassin, and that she may have been an orphan of war. Her aid in the rescue of the Halteese is grudgingly given, though her history with them is unknown. She accompanied the Cadet during the Mantis War battles, and is assigned to another unit once the war is over.

A year later, Riese is another of the soldiers who refuses to follow orders and attack the Arthias, and is puppeteered with a shard of the Soul Edge, that the Emperor has, and put against her former commanding officer. After being freed, she joins Arthias against Strife.

Appearance: Join in Chronicle 2 through 12, then 18 through 20. Enemy in Chronicle 17.

MeigaEdit

  • Weapon: Katana
  • Weapon Name: Shiranui
  • Occupation: Grandall Soldier, Arthias Member
  • Setting Job: Samurai

A soldier from Grandall, who is assigned to the Cadet's unit while he was protecting the apart of the border defense unit. He is a level-headed man with a calmed personality. He accompanied the Cadet during all the war against Dalkia, and after the fall of that kingdom, he's reassigned to another unit.

A year later he is one of the soldiers who refuses fighting against the Arthias, and is controlled using a fragment of Soul Edge and is forced to fight. Once he is freed, he joins the Arthias against Strife.

Appearance: Join in Chronicle 3[27] through 12, then 18 through 20. Enemy in Chronicle 17.

EurydiceEdit

  • Weapon: Iron Sword
  • Weapon Name: Claymore
  • Occupation: Grandall Soldier, Arthias Member
  • Setting Job: Pirate

A knight of Grandall and close friend of Abelia, she formed part of Abelia's unit during and after her training in the Parousia Academy. She followed Abelia when she joined the Cadet against Dalkia, and went with them until the end. After ending the war, she's assigned to another unit.

Eurydice also was against fighting the Arthias, led by a former friend and commanding officer, and is controlled by a shard of Soul Edge and forced to fight. She, once freed of the curse, joins the Arthias against Strife.

Appearance: Join in Chronicle 5 through 12, then 18 through 20. Enemy in Chronicle 17.

JinkaiEdit

  • Weapon: Katana & Shuriken
  • Weapon Name: Onimaro & Tobikage
  • Occupation: Grandall Soldier, Arthias Member
  • Setting Job: Samurai

A close friend of Girardot and one of his subordinates. Though, normally a wandering mercenary, Jinkai often helped Girardot test his students in the Parousia Academy. He served as a soldier during Girardot's last test against the Cadet, and then left. He found Girardot and the Cadet's unit in Epistema, and decided to help them overcome Maletta and Dalkia.

A year later, he found out Girardot had been killed, and he left to join the Arthias army in honor and memory of Girardot.

Appearance: Join in Chronicles 9, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 20 (only if he's defeated before Xiaoxin). Enemy in Chronicle 2.

XiaoxinEdit

  • Weapon: Chinese Sword
  • Weapon Name: Qing Long
  • Occupation: Grandall Soldier, Arthias Member
  • Setting Job: Pirate

A soldier in Girardot's unit, he helped him during the last tests at Parousia Academy. He later rejoins Girardot during the siege of Epistema, and follows the team until the fall of Dalkia.

A year later, he joins the Arthias rebellion out to exact revenge for Girardot and liberate Grandall from the power hungry Emperor, Strife.

Appearance: Join in Chronicle 9, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 20 (only if he's defeated before Jinkai). Enemy in Chronicle 2.

TinaEdit

  • Weapon: Kunai
  • Weapon Name: Kunai
  • Occupation: Grandall Soldier, Arthias Member
  • Setting Job: Assassin

A skilled female soldier, she was one of Abelia's new subordinates. She joined the Cadet's Anti-Rebellion Force and fought against Girardot's rebels. After his death, she decided to follow the Cadet into rebellion.

Appearance: Join in Chronicles 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20.

YuilinEdit

  • Weapon: Steel Fan
  • Weapon Name: Steel Fan
  • Occupation: Grandall Soldier, Arthias Member
  • Setting Job: Saint

Soldier of Grandall and one of the newly assigned soldiers of Abelia. She joined the Cadet's Anti-Rebellion force and fought against Girardot's rebellion. After his death, she decides to follow the Cadet into rebellion, saying that the empire ordered her to follow the Cadet in every command.

Appearance: Join in Chronicles 13, 14,[28] 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20.

LucaEdit

  • Weapon: Dagger & Bomb
  • Weapon Name: Jambiya
  • Occupation: Grandall Soldier, Arthias Member
  • Setting Job: Thief

Soldier under Abelia's command, and another member of the Cadet's Anti-Rebellion force against Girardot. He, after Girardot's defeat, decided to follow the Cadet into rebellion.

Appearance: Join in Chronicles 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Strife," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 204-205.
  2. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 19.
  3. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 19.
  4. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chester," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 182-183.
  5. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 19.
  6. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Giradot," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 186-187.
  7. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 17.
  8. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 16.
  9. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 18.
  10. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Abelia," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 174-175.
  11. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 18.
  12. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 16.
  13. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 19.
  14. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Aurelia," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 180-181.
  15. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Luna," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 196-197.
  16. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 17.
  17. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 17.
  18. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 17.
  19. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 17.
  20. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 17.
  21. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 18.
  22. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 17.
  23. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 17.
  24. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 16.
  25. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Demuth," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 184-185.
  26. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 17.
  27. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 16.
  28. Joey Cuellar and Adam Deats, "Chronicles of the Sword," SoulCalibur III: BradyGames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 18.

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