Louise Françoise le Blanc de la Vallière is the main female character. She is a second year student at the Tristain Academy of Magic. Louise is a terrible mage who is often scorned by her fellow classmates because every spell she casts fails, so she is nicknamed "Louise the Zero" after her zero success rate and zero attributes. This has led her to be very bitter and in the way she treats her future familiar Saito to an even cruel extent. The third daughter of the noble family La Vallière who owns the north-eastern territory of Tristain.
She initially treats Saito like a dog, making him lie on a straw bed, and even getting naked in front of him. She also makes him dress her and wash all of her clothes (including her underwear). As is typical of Rie Kugimiya's voice roles as tsundere type characters, Louise at first hates Saito, but because of various situations, grows fond of him, even falling in love with him. Even so, when he gets perverted thoughts about other girls and when she is jealous of or mad at him, she beats him with a whip. In one instance she beat him for hours until he had wounds all over his body (though somehow, all the wounds would always disappear on a later scene) and later on buys a more brutal type of whip.
Later it is revealed that Louise's failure in performing magic of any of the four basic attributes is because in fact her magical affinity is with the rare and powerful Void element, hence being known as the Void Wizard since then. This relies at first on the cooperation of Saito's ability to trigger it even though they do not get along.
Saito Hiraga, the main male character, is from Earth (specifically Tokyo, Japan). At the time of the summoning, he had just picked up his laptop from getting repaired. A portal of some kind opened in front of him, and, Saito's curiosity getting the better of him, he touched it and was sucked through. At first, Saito had no idea where he was, and was thoroughly disoriented. In the anime, he also could not identify or understand the language the students were speaking, but after Louise attempts to cast a silence spell on him that fails, he can understand and communicate with others as though they were speaking Japanese.
There are Runes inscribed into Saito's hand as a result of his being bound to Louise. They read or Gandalfr (ガンダールヴ, Gandāruvu?). These runes glow when his Gandalfr powers activate. As a Gandalfr, Saito has the ability to use any object that was made with the intent of being used as a weapon at an extremely high level of skill. He also becomes significantly stronger, faster and tougher. This physical augmentation fades more or less instantly when the he stops using the power, which can result in him falling unconscious if he'd been wounded previously. That he can only use items specifically crafted for the purpose of weapons was revealed by Derflinger after a failed attempt to use an ornamental sword. It has not been made clear whether Gandalfr powers could be used in conjunction with purely magical weaponry such as a wand or a staff. He is said to be the left hand of god and death cannot get to him for that reason.
His partner, the talking sword Derflinger, was also the partner of the Gandalfr six-thousand years previously. Saito protects Louise with a passion, and it is later shown that he has feelings for her as well, saying that " All that he is good at is protecting her". He is revealed to be a Gandalfr, a familiar who exists to protect a Void Wizard as they cast their spells.
He eventually falls in love with Louise, as he later confesses his love for her even after the way she treats him.
The runes on his hand are read as Gebo, u, n, d, o, l, f.
TABITHA Tabitha is a quiet girl who is a classmate and the best friend of Kirche and she is also Louise's classmate. Throughout the series she is almost always reading a book. The name Tabitha is an alias; she is in fact Charlotte, daughter of the King's murdered brother, and the rightful heir to the throne of Gallia. Her specialty is wind magic. She is also a chevalier knight, which is the lowest rank of knight. Her familiar is a wind dragon named Sylphid.
KIRCHE Louise's well-endowed classmate. Fire magic is her specialty — drawn from her strong passion for love. The territory she is from has long since had a dislike for the La Vallière family. She flirts and has dated (and heavily implied in the anime, slept with) many of the academy boys, but falls in love with Saito after seeing his ability. Often her schemes and aggressive invitations for him to sleep with her leads to him getting punished by his master Louise because of her overwhelming jealousy. Her familiar is a salamander called Flame.
GUICHE Guiche is Louise's classmate, despite being in love with Montmorency, is a conceited playboy who cannot decide which girl he really wants. He always carries an artificial rose with him, the stem of which is his wand. He also likes to dote upon his familiar, a giant mole named Verdandi. As his familiar indicates, his specialty is earth magic.
SIESTA A maid at the academy. She has a crush on Saito, and treats him very kindly. She cares heavily for Saito and is very concerned with his well-being. Although bearing witness to a possible relationship between Saito and Louise and its accompanying sharp up and downs, Siesta [in proper agreement with her actions] believes she can provide Saito a more gentle and caring relationship and love. She has also been commonly aware of Louise's continually abusive treatment of Saito. Although timid, her love for Saito draws her to take increasingly confident actions to win Saito's love, including reticent lying following an unveiled seduction attempt, and donning various costumes to attempt to win Saito's affection. Her recent attempts, although somewhat less aggressive, seem to be working. It is revealed later that Siesta is actually descended from a World War II Japanese pilot, explaining her physical Japanese features akin to Saito's including black hair.
HENRIETTA The Princess of Tristain. She is loved by her nationals and is also an old friend of Louise. Later, she becomes the queen of Tristain and decides to defend Tristain from the Albion invasion after the assassination of the Albion prince. She also seems to have developed an affinity for Saito. While at first she is presented as your stereotypical princess, her character later grows to show her struggles with the war.
MONTMORENCY Like most Tristain nobles, she has a great deal of pride. She is Louise's classmate. She also had made a contract with a Water spirit, and she has feelings for Guiche but she doesn't reveal it to him, she also can create various potions including a prohibited love potion.
A knight from the Holy Empire of Romalia sent as transfer student to Tristain Magic Academy. He has the Moon Eyes, a term for someone who has different eye colours like the moon in Halkeginia, red and blue. Julio is sent by Romalia's Pope as his support for Henrietta's expedition to Albion, now in political strife after the fall of the royal family followed by the death of Reconquistador's leader, Cromwell. Although not a mage, Julio is a dragon knight and expert swordsman. During his duel with Saito to win Louise's kiss, Julio could easily win against Saito—who doesn't use Gandalfr's skill, but he let Saito win to tease him. He has beautiful looks and a personality that grants him popularity among girls. He can be considered a replacement for Guiche after his depart to the military service because he is similar to Guiche in both looks and personality.
Cattleya is Louise's older sister. She is physically weak from chronic illness. She has a gentle heart and Louise yearns for her. She also has a large bust, something that Saito immediately noted. She appears in the second season and is often seen with a variety of small animals.
Eleanor is Louise's blonde oldest sister. She inherited her father's personality, which is stronger than Louise's own personality and is possibly the person Louise learned her sadistic tendencies from since she also looks down on common folk and uses a whip on Saito. She appears in the second season.
Captain of Tristain musketeers in service of Henrietta. She's shown as a military woman who's very strict in discipline. She also is shown to hate Mages, especially those who used fire element. Even though her feelings on mages is known, she doesn't do anything to defend Saito due to misunderstandings by Louise that happen in front of her. Agnes often emphasized that mages should not become dependent of their magic, because in battles, there will be no time to cast spells before the enemy's swords and guns. At one point she kisses Louise to provide cover when Louise gasps while the two of them are evesdropping on a pair of conspirators. The kiss she gave Louise and the commentary Siesta made about her implies Agnès is a lesbian, although she is most portrayed as being uninterested in sexual pursuits and only worried about fighting and revenge.
Prince of Albion and Henrietta's cousin. He and Henrietta had a romantic relationship, but is faced with their status as cousins. His vow to the water spirits is to one day be able to show his feeling to Henrietta without needing to hide it from the public. He is killed by Wardes and in the second season, revived to abduct Henrietta to Albion but killed again.
Wales is a triangle wind mage, and in the second season, he showed that nobles can combine their magical power with other nobles and create power of a hexagram mage.
A professor at the Tristain Academy of Magic that has interest in history. He also showed interest in technologies from Saito's world, such as the Zero fighter and spent a lot of time studying it. He also helped reproduce enough gasoline to fuel the airplane. It is revealed that he was the captain of mage troops sent to burn Agnès' village years ago, and also the person who rescued her out of there, when found out the village wasn't "plagued". It is strongly shown according to the series he expresses a hatred of war as well as the fact so many young people have to risk their lives of them. He shows certain envy of Saito's world upon discovering modern Japan is not ravaged by war or conflict. He reveals himself as the Flame Snake in episode 9 of the second season; and is fatally wounded when protecting Agnès. He then eventually dies from his wounds before Agnès could exact her revenge.
Tristain Tristain is the nation in which the majority of the story takes place. It is a small monarchal country resembling the Kingdom of the Netherlands or modern day Belgium and Luxembourg . It is under threat from Albion,because of a rebellion there by the people against the royalty. Tristain is home to a magical academy which attracts students from nearby countries known as the Tristain Academy of Magic. The academy is a highly acclaimed school for magical studies, where students gather to study the mysteries of magic. It even attracts students from Germania and Gallia. The main courtyard of the school is known as Vestri Court.
Militarily, the country is weak, with only a small permanent force, which forces it to make marriage alliances with other countries. This mirrors the political state of the Low Countries on many occasions throughout history, in reality. The capital city is Tristania and is located in the northwest of Halkeginia.
Germania Germania is the largest kingdom in Halkeginia, and is also regarded as the strongest in terms of military might. Although its name comes from the Roman word for Germany, its landmass is much larger than would be expected, and seems to also occupy where a lot of Eastern European States.and Western Russia should be. It is regarded as a more barbaric and down-to-earth type of country, with its men considered to be brutish. This parallels the Roman view on the people of Germania in reality. Gemania is located to the northeast of Tristain.
Gallia Gallia is another kingdom in Halkeginia, located to the southeast of Tristania. Germania is on its eastern border, in the Alden Forest. It is the second largest country in Halkeginia, and it most similar to France, although it also seems to occupy where Iberia should be as well. Within the Gallia Royal Family, murders and assassination attempts have lead to an unstable royalty. There is a city named La Rochelle in the mountains, which is also a major treeport.
Romalia Romalia is a holy empire, located to the south of Gallia. It occupies a peninsula similar to Italy.
Albion Albion is a floating island nation nicknamed the white country, which is similar to Britain, and is in a period of political strife. According to the storyline, the people initiated a coup d'etat against the royalty, and all but one of the Albion Royal Family had been killed. The last royal left alive, is named Prince Tudor, which also parallels real history to a certain extent, although his counterpart in reality, Charles I, was more a Dane and a Scot than an Englishman. The rebellion in the story, mirrors the English Civil War, when the parliament elected by the people, rebelled against the Royal family, in a brutal power struggle. The name of the leader of the Parliament forces was Oliver Cromwell, and the leader of the Albion rebellion is also aptly named Cromwell. Cromwell seeks to spread his power elsewhere, and begins with Tristain.
Those who join will have to choose a specific element, one in which their magic will be mostly based on. There are 5 to choose from-
Earth, Water, Fire, Wind, and Void. Void, however, will have a limited amount of space to it due to the rarety of it's type.
An 'Entrance Exam'will be made in the forum for those who want to join, and are accepted. When you do, please respond on that subject and answer all the questions given. I'm ExiledAngel, the creator. Hope you enjoy!
Here is a list of Elements, and who has a character using it. There's no limit to Earth, Air, Fire, and Water-
But Void will only have a very small limit of three. Sorry, but Those who rp can only have one character. Here we go,
1.Cheezeio 2. 3. THOSE WHO DON'T STAY ACTIVE: LIST OF ZEROS-