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Prior in his life, Tigre has met many people, from allies and friends to rivals and enemies. Later on, he met Zhcted's Vanadis and befriended many people outside of his country.

VanadisEdit

Prideful female warriors of Zhcted, the Vanadises are highly respected for their power and beauty. For unknown reasons, his Black Bow reacted to the Vanadis's powers and increases damages while adding the Vanadis weapon attributes to the enemies, while in the same time attracts their interest upon Tigre. In many occasions, Tigre also involved in most Vanadises quarrels and even wars but due to his virtuous nature and selfless charisma, Tigre managed to calm the Vanadises (particularly Elen against Mila or Liza) and even suggesting them to make up and be friends. To date, Tigre is the first and only non-Zhcted person to mediate the Vanadis.

Eleonora ViltariaEdit

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Tigre and Elen.

Vanadis of Leitmeritz, Elen is one of Tigre's prominent allies and the first Vanadis he met. Originally met as an enemy, Elen spared Tigre's life because of his astonishing archery skills and decided to capture him as her prisoner-of-war. Despite the hostility between Zhcted and Brune, Elen is the first person outside Brune to acknowledge Tigre's merits and intended to employ him as her top general, which Tigre initially declined. Nonetheless, due to her mercy and recognition, Tigre was indebted to her and willing to do however he could to support or protect her. For this reason, Elen is Tigre's first Vanadis Ally as she actively assisted Tigre in his various battles (except Asvarre Civil War) and vice versa from Tigre, specifically during Leitmeritz-Olmutz Campaign. Aside from Lim, Rurick, Sasha and Sofy, Tigre also the only non-Zhcted citizen who is capable to calm Elen down with his advises and suggestions.  

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Tigre almost kisses Elen

Through their adventures as their story progresses, the relationship between Tigre and Elen brews as they are considered as far closer than just allies as both seemly harbor a romantic feeling towards each other, though both were hesitant to profess their love not only because of their status in their respective kingdoms, but also because of their reluctance in . For instance, in the manga, Tigre attempts to kiss Elen when she falls asleep clinging to his back, changing his mind seconds after thinking it was a cowardly thing to do when she's asleep[1].

Prior Greast Army preyed on the exhausted Moonlight Knights after their victory against Sachstein's Western Invasion Army, both Elen and Tigre are separated from their army: Tigre was left alone from the ambush whilst Elen is captured Greast. Regardless, he and Mila eventually rescued Elen from Greast's diabolical torture and leads the Moonlight Knights's victory over Greast Army and executing the leader.

After that Tigre becomes concerned when Elen starts isolating herself by locking herself in her room and drinking to deal with her depression from the near-rape trauma. When he confronts her, Tigre admits his feelings for Elen and they make love.

Ludmila LourieEdit

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Tigre and Mila.

Vanadis of Olmutz, Mila is Elen's long time rival due to a traditional feud between Leitmeritz and Olmutz. While formerly antagonistic rival towards Elen, she was also Tigre's former enemy due to her family's alliance with House Thenardier. After witnessing Tigre's amazing archery skills and his relationship with Elen, Mila begins to respect him as an unrivaled marksman in archery. Sometimes, Mila often tells him strictly about "Minus One" or "Minus Two" whenever Tigre thinking longer beyond her expectation to teach his mannerism during the war council.

Prior Tigre's disappearance, Ludmila is one of two Vanadis that receive gift from Asvarre, it was a pack of Black Tea since Tigre knew Ludmila's favorite tea. Ludmila has officially became Tigre's second prominent Vanadis Allies since their war against Muozinel Army in Agnes. Ludmila become Tigre's teacher after Brune's Civil War and taught him about defense and siege before he was dispatched to Asvarre which ended up successful in Battle of Fort Lux using her strategy. Interestingly, Mila's sole reason to visit Leitmeritz was to see Tigre himself.

Sofya ObertasEdit

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Sofy with Tigre.

Zhcted's Vanadis Mediator and it's official messenger, Sofy is one of Tigre's prominent allies through her acquaintance with Elen. Sofy's first met Tigre when she was chasing after Lunie and accidentally bumped onto him (in the nude). Despite that event, Sofy remained in good terms with Tigre and began to respect him through his sincerity and bravery, as well as Elen's trust. It was after Tigre's occasional rescues, from overpowered Roland to vicious Prince Eliot, Sofy began to fall in love with him and trying to flirt with him as her "gratitude". Sofya is the fourth official prominent Vanadis Allies after Tigre's rescue at Asvarre. Currently, Sofy is investigating Tigre regarding to his title earned by Elen as a King of the Magic Bullet and Tigre's Heirloom, The Black Bow whose power was on par or above the Vanadis, presumably because of it's relevance to the same lore.

Alexandra AlshavinEdit

Vanadis of Legnica and also Elen's best friend, Sasha was a legendary Vanadis who diagnosed a rare blood-disease that resulted her early retirement as the Vanadis mediator. Despite her crippled health, her position as Zhcted's observer and Vanadis remained unaffected. Tigre first met Sasha during his journey to Asvarre under Elen's request. Through her interaction about Tigre, Sasha began to understand Elen's trust upon him and further she entrusted Elen's future to Tigre while also warned him about Valentina and advises him to go on Lipner to meet Matvey. Sadly, his first encounter with Sasha would be his last as the late Vanadis finally succumbed to her illness and passed away moments after his mysterious disappearance in Asvarre Seas. Unbeknownst to Tigre, Sasha was the first Vanadis to (officially) defeat and slay the Demon (Torbalan).

Elizaveta FominaEdit

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Tigre and Liza

Vanadis of Lebus, Liza is Elen's fellow Vanadis and arch-rival. Liza learned about Tigre through his first battle and originally wished to ally herself with him as she predicted that neither Ganelon nor Thenardier would win in the war, thus lead her indirect support for Tigre's victory over Thenardier's in Mereville Fields. During his amnesia as Urs, Tigre was under Liza's care as she not only recognized his archery skills and harbored a romantic crush upon him, she also willing to give him any chances to prove himself (which he always succeed at doing). This was partly because Tigre's life in Lebus reminded her own painful childhood, so Liza would give Tigre luxurious rewards despite her peers' ill protests, from 1000 silver coins, a bedroom next to her, to his promotion as her adviser. Tigre's care for Liza further elaborated in his second battle against Baba Yaga, where he tried to recover the Rainbow-Eyed Vanadis's resolution and her trust upon Valitsaif even after he learned a truth about her via Baba Yaga. Even after regained his memories, Tigre remained friendly with Liza as he stated her to be as important as Elen. It was through Tigre's mediation led to Liza's reconciliation with Elen. Since then, Liza is the fifth prominent Vanadis Allies throughout the story.

A year later, Tigre reunites with Liza again during the Sun Festival where he learns that the Rainbow-Eyed Vanadis's right arm is recovering from. Prior to Ruslan's first reign and a prelude to Zhcted's first civil war, Tigre rescues Liza from Fine at Silesia Imperial Garden and carrying her to Sofy's guest house for nursing her injuries.

Valentina Glinka EstesEdit

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Tigre is visited by Valentina.

Vanadis of Osterode, Tina is a mysterious Vanadis whose motives are unpredictable even to her fellow Vanadises. Although they did not met each other physically, Tigre was once visited by Tina (via espionage) who infiltrated into his bedroom at Perche Fortress out of her curiosity. Unbeknownst to Tigre himself, it was actually Tina who suggested King Viktor to send Tigre for Asvarre in quelling its civil war, which in reality, she wanted to meet Tigre alone, only to be foiled by Sasha's warning that forced her to rethink her plans, mostly because of Tigre's wide relationship with nearly every Vanadises except herself.

A year later, Tigre eventually met Tina in person for the first time during the Sun Festival. Unlike other Vanadises he befriended however, Tigre felt his antagonism against Tina because of her effective yet sinister suggestions just to cripple the enemies' morale, from a assassination attempt to poisoning Brune's rivers. Still, due to her role in helping the Moonlight Knights' victory against Sachstein Army, quelling a revolt in Nice and even helping Elen's revenge in Montour Plains, Tigre thanks Tina's aid anyway and seeing her as an enigma.

Prelude to Zhcted Civil War, Tigre is approached by Tina-who disguising herself as a beggar via bribing the guards-and he is given an offer to declare his neutrality in an exchange of information about Ganelon. Due to what happened to Liza and Sofy at the Imperial Garden, even after learning the truth behind her agenda for the crown, Tigre outright rejects her offer in order to protect those who he valued dearly, much to the latter's disappointment. His latest and secretive interaction with Tina however doesn't received well by the remaining five Vanadises who are angry and worry about his "recklessness".

Olga TammEdit

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Tigre and Olga.

Vanadis of Brest, Olga is known for her wandering habit. During Tigre's journey to Asvarre, Olga befriended Tigre while also being involved in the kingdom's civil war. Due to Tigre's benevolence and friendlier attributes, Olga saw him as another important figure in her life besides her family clan. Since the event of Asvarre's Civil War, the Earth Vanadis considered Tigre as her friend and even harbors some feelings towards him. She is also the first to notice Tigre's sudden disappearance and was devastated over the incident. Prior to her reunion with Tigre during the Sun Festival, Olga boldly proposed a marriage proposal to Tigre in front of the girls before he (temporarily) told her to wait four years to enter negotiations for another proposal when she grows up. Olga is the third prominent Vanadis Ally after she volunteered herself as bait at Fort Lux for Lester (Torbalan) to be lured out and rescued by Tigre.

Figneria Alshavin Edit

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Tigre confronts Fine.

The new Vanadis of Legnica and successor of the late Vanadis Alexandra Alshavin after the latter succumbed to her fatal illness. On the first encounter, Tigre witnessing Elen's hostility against Fine due to their past which he learns from Lim's point of view, seemly garnering his sympathy for Elen instead and his uncertain view towards Fine. During Ruslan's first reign as the new King of Zhcted shortly after Viktor's death (due to his illness and shock over Ilda's death), Tigre finds himself becoming quickly involved in Zhcted's affairs when he narrowly rescues Liza from Fine's blow after noticing some strange thunder sounds from his room. His interference in the duel opted Fine to think of him as a threat that she must eliminate. She then is surprised by a second arrow shot that was deflected from a nearby stone prompting her to view him as a tough opponent. but also garnering her respect towards his archery skills before her hasty retreat. Interestingly, Fine is the second Vanadis Tigre fights head-to-head after Elen in Dinant Plains.

FamilyEdit

Urs VornEdit

Tigre's late father and former head of House Vorn who ruled Alsace with benevolence and generosity. It was Urs's teachings about people's bonds and connections that shaped Tigre's virtuous character. His name is often used by Tigre as his disguise during his infiltration into Olmutz, as well as his other identity prior his amnesia in Lebus.

Tigre's MotherEdit

Tigre's late mother and a daughter of a former Imperial Gardener under the Brune Royal Family. However, Tigre has little memories of her as she passed away early just as he turned nine. According to Tigre himself, he often heard his mother's stories about lore and fairy tales before bedtime.

TittaEdit

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Tigre and Titta.

A young housemaid of House Vorn, Titta is also Tigre's long-time childhood friend who is tasked in taking care of Tigre since Urs's passing. Due to her long acquaintance with Tigre, Titta is one of his most loyal and caring allies as she often provide her support to the Alsace's Earl, from daily chores to joining the Silver Meteor Army. What Tigre didn't noticed however is that Titta also harbors her feelings towards him and is easily prone to jealousy whenever other girls come near him, especially the Vanadises. Nonetheless, Tigre considers Titta as his important person in his life and he always state that he treat Titta just like she was his little sister.

Friends and AlliesEdit

Mashas RodantEdit

Earl of Aude, Mashas is one of Tigre's prominent allies even before the Brune Civil War. As Tigre's father and mentor figure since Urs's passing, Mashas would teach everything he knows, from politics to army strategy, and even gave him full support during the Civil War in Brune. Due to his longtime acquaintance with House Vorn, Tigre is highly respect the old Earl.

Gaspard RodantEdit

One of Mashas's sons who Tigre respected as an elder brother figured friend. Unlike Mashas, sometimes Gaspard also like to tease Tigre especially because of his age to find his future wife for his future, much to Tigre's embarrassment. Nevertheless, Gaspard is one of many Brune's aristocrats allying Tigre throughout his campaigns.

BertrandEdit

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Bertrand with young Tigre.

One of Alsace's prominent resident, Bertrand was Tigre's loyal attendant and general through his service with Urs. Serving House Vorn for two generations, Bertrand vowed to protect Tigre even if it cost his life. Due to this bond, Tigre could even considered Bertrand as a fatherly figure like Mashas. His death during the Saint-Groel's collapse gave a psychological blow to Tigre as he vowed to sought vengeance against Thenardier which ended up awakened the maximum power of the Black Bow itself.

LimlishaEdit

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Lim and Tigre.

Elen's personal bodyguard and also close friend. Originally hostile towards Tigre, Lim was skeptical about the archer due his position as not only Elen's sole "prisoner-of-war", but also once an enemy to the Wind Vanadis's before Brune Army's horrific defeat in Dinant Plains. However, she was impressed by Tigre's chivalry and valor that made him beloved by Alsace residents. Prior to Tigre's emergency rescue from a snake venom , Lim began to show her respect for him. As the story progresses, Lim also develops hidden affection towards Tigre, just like the other females (though she remained more composed and calm than Elen). She was a temporary teacher for Tigre during his time as "Prisoner-of-war", to teach him many things about politics and governing until the Liberation of Alsace. To date, Tigre was the second person to know about Lim's weakness of Teddy Bears ever since Elen uses it as a "bribe" to calm Lim down.

RurickEdit

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Tigre and Rurick.

Leitmeritz archer and one of Elen's prominent generals. Like Lim, Rurick was skeptical towards Tigre when he was taken as Elen's prisoner of war. He intentionally gave Tigre a poor quality bow in order to humiliate him, only to be stunned when Tigre successfully subjugated an assassin even with his poor bow. Despite his previous mistreatment, Tigre urged Elen to forgive them. Thus, she canceled his execution. His mercy soon earned Rurick's respect and he became one of his prominent allies. Rurick is the very first person to volunteer to be Tigre's underling and as a token of gratitude he shave his own hair. The two have become very close friends since then.

Lunie Edit

Elen's pet dragon that took a liking of Tigre especially because of his hunting habit. Lunie always want to go with Tigre whenever he went on hunting because of being able to eat fresh meats from wild creature that Tigre manage to get during hunting until Lunie feel really stuffed. Even when on hunting Giant buck at Leitmeritz mountains, Lunie tugged Tigre's pants begging for more meats.[2]

Hughes AugreEdit

Viscount of Territoire, Hughes is an old friend of Mashas and longtime acquaintance to House Vorn (both Urs and Tigre). Even with this mutual relationship with Tigre, Hughes was not immune of Brune citizens' skepticism about archer when he claimed Tigre was "lucky" to have anyone assist him. Nonetheless, Hughes is willing to support Tigre and became one of his prominent allies to fight against Thenardier and Ganelon prior Brune's infamous Civil War.

Gerard AugreEdit

Son of Hughes and also one of Silver Meteor Army's logistic officers. Due to his mutual relationship with Hughes, Tigre would put his trust upon Gerard after witnessing his talent in handling the army's logistics with sheer precision. The only thing Tigre found Gerard slightly irritating was his crude or even sarcastic remarks, some of which even tested Tigre's capabilities of leadership and strategy in beating an enemy. Regardless, Tigre heeds Gerard's comments which he considered crucial before Mila came to his rescue. Even after the Brune Civil War, the relationship between the two is mutually good as Gerard continues to support Tigre, even as the latter did not rejoin the Moonlight Knights but Gerard remain to support Tigre by supplying him with army, supplies and information as he will work behind the scenes for Moonlight Knights.

Regin Ester Loire Bastien do CharlesEdit

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Tigre and Regin.

Brune's Princess who once disguised herself as Prince Regnas. Tigre befriended with her alter ego in his childhood while playing at Vincennes. Due to her inactivity or busy in Nice, Tigre only see her once until a battle in Dinant, where she was supposedly killed in the attack. Tigre eventually reunited with Regin in Agnes but he didn't know her real identity until the end of the Muozinel Invasion. It was through Tigre's help Regin not only proven her royal heritage, but also ended the Civil War altogether and became Brune's new ruler. Tigre also one of few Brune figures to support her reign since the civil war's aftermath. During Melisande's uprising, Tigre tries to protect Regin from her cousin and other Brune Rebels. It is noted by Badouin that by naming Tigre Knight of the Moon, the king has technically betrothed him and Regin harbors a romantic feeling towards him even utilize her position to pressure Tigre to stay at Nice and working on Royal Palace. Regin confessed her feelings to Tigre after Battle of Severack and she make a double confession to him, first as herself which immediately rejected and second as a Queen of Brune which ended up in Tigre's hesitation as he need one year to answer her confession as a Queen.

AugusteEdit

One of Brune's gallant knights and a leader of the Calvados Knights. Due to Auguste's position as Urs's former follower and as a Alsace resident, who also as one of few Brune citizens didn't belittled archers, Tigre also acquainted with the knight even before Brune's infamous Civil War breaks out. In Tigre's dire effort driving the overwhelming Muozinel Army from Agnes, Auguste was one of Territoire reinforcement army to rescue Tigre and the Silver Meteor Army from their enemies. During Melisande's uprising, Tigre was sadden to see Auguste's blooded body in Regin's bedroom as he swore to avenge him by killing Melisande and Armand, before being calmed by Mashas himself. In a decisive battle between both factions, Tigre managed to avenge Auguste by killing Armand but not Melisande whose death was resulted from her fall into the secret passage.

ScheieEdit

One of Brune's elite knight and the leader of the Lutece Knights. During Tigre's dire situation in driving the overwhelming Muozinel Army from Agnes, Shale was among of Territoire reinforcement army to rescue Tigre and the Silver Meteor Army from their enemies. Prior the young Earl's homecoming two years after the Civil War, Shale also participated his campaigns in repelling the invading Sachstein Army from the west, who defeated the Brune Army decisively in their first battle in Plainville Hills. Consequently, he was one of seven core founders of the Moonlight Knights along with Tigre and his allies.

EmilEdit

One of Brune gallant knights and the leader of the Perche Knights Squadron and an ally to the Silver Meteor Army. In Tigre's dire effort to drive overwhelming Muozinel Army from Agnes, Emil was among of Territoire reinforcement army to rescue Tigre and the Silver Meteor Army from their enemies. After the battle, Tigre and the Silver Meteor Army were invited to stay in Perche Castle to recuperate for a day.

Pierre BadouinEdit

Prime Minister of Brune who recognized Tigre when both him and Urs visited Nice. During the Civil War, he initially declared Tigre as a traitor while supposedly planned to dispatch a Magistrate for Alsace after the end of Brune's Civil War. However, during his visit to the Silver Meteor Army's camp where he was informed about Regin's whereabouts, Badouin learned the truth about Tigre's true intention that he fought against Thenardier and Ganelon solely to protect Alsace even if he had to relinquish all of his privilege as a Brune's aristocrat. When the Civil War was ended and Tigre was the victor in the prolonging battle, his status as traitor revoked while surprised when Tigre bestowed with Lumiere, a prestigious title which Badouin believed that anyone who received the title should be Brune's next king. Tigre's new tittle further aroused the Prime Minister's interest towards the Brune Hero as he tending to investigate his background and his bloodline. Currently Badouin prepares many aspects to train Tigre in order for him to become King of Brune after Brune was stabilized from invasion.

MatveyEdit

Matvey is a ship captain of Proud Beluga who also served the legendary Sasha, the Vanadis of Legnica. He was assigned as Tigre and later both Tigre and Olga's translator during their journey in Asvarre. Prior the Asvarre Civil War, Matvey also actively assisted Tigre in his battles until Eliot's downfall in a battle in Salentes Plains. Like many of Tigre's peers and allies, Matvey worried his disappearance in Asvarre Seas after a naval attack from Torbalan.

NaumEdit

Veteran knight of Lebus and Liza's military adviser. Like most Lebus residents, Naum was skeptical about Liza making Tigre (as Urs) her subordinate despite witnessing his archery skills as well. However, after testing Tigre and further witnessing his other skills, Naum became more friendlier with Tigre. Along with his abilities, Naum also values Tigre since he is the only person who makes Liza happy, even asking him to stay in Lebus for the Thunder Vanadis's sake.

LazarlEdit

Lebus's veteran minister and also an adviser of the Vanadis, Elizaveta Fomina. Like most Lebus residents, Lazarl was skeptical about Tigre (as Urs) despite his success in stopping Ilda from approaching Pardu. To truly see Urs's (Tigre's) worth, Lazarl was among of few Lebus figures planning to give Urs (Tigre) a mission to mediate two local villages as his final test. However, Tigre's (Urs's) another success in his final test slightly changed his view. Before Tigre's memories returns, the old minister would tell Tigre that he would still supporting him whether if the archer wishes to live his life as Urs or Tigre. Since the aftermath of Kazakov's demise and Tigre's rescue for Liza, Lazarl befriended with Tigre.

Viktor Arthur Volk Estes Tur ZhctedEdit

King of Zhcted who ruled his kingdom with just and order. Prior the Brune Civil War, King Viktor paid lesser attention towards Brune's inner turmoil until Elen's involvement in rescuing Alsace without his consent. As he learned the king via Elen and Sasha., Tigre initially has his doubts towards the old king as he assumed as a mastermind behind the feud between Elen and other Vanadises (Mila and Liza). When the king summoned him to deal with Asvarre's civil six months later, Tigre was initially suspected the king has ulterior plans in using him but reluctantly complied his request under Elen's and Lim's advice. During the Sun Festival, Tigre and Viktor eventually met in private where the old king recommended Tigre to become a king in Brune, something Tigre initially hesitates out of his fidelity for Regin and his satisfaction as Alsace's Earl. However, Viktor's criticism about his selflessness and benevolence-which both served as his prime weakness-putting Tigre in a deeper dilemma between his growing fame and his peaceful life in Alsace. Viktor is the second person to see Tigre's caliber as a natural leader after Olga, especially through his illustrious achievements and a (friendly) relationship with Zhcted's Vanadises.

Eugene ShevarinEdit

Earl of Pardu who appears to be Elen's and Lim's former mentor, Zhcted's ambassador to Brune and Viktor's successor to be Zhcted's new king. Under Viktor's recommendation, Tigre visited Eugene before his departure for Brune. Despite his astonished impression over Tigre's benevolence and strength-via Lim's account, Eugene advised Tigre to reconsider Viktor's offer since he would be facing Brune's more upheavals after his return, whether he likes it or not.

Upon his return after his wars in Brune, Tigre is among of the few who sympathizing Zhcted's condition.

RuslanEdit

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Rivals and EnemiesEdit

Felix Aaron ThenardierEdit

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Tigre and Thenardier.

Duke of Nemetacum and one of Brune's influential figure, Thenardier was also notorious for his brutality whilst igniting an infamous Civil War against Ganelon. Unlike Ganelon however, both he and Tigre show their same patriotic ways for protecting Brune but in a different methods. Like most Brune aristocrats and nobility, Thenardier belittled Tigre for his "cowardice" not only because of his archery-only skills, but also his background as Alsace's only aristocrat. Even knowing his infamy however, due to his minor position, Tigre did little to against Thenardier until he learned his command to destroy Alsace via Bertrand, though the leader of the army was led by Zion who later killed by Tigre and Elen during their battle in Molsheim Plains. Zion's death steepen Thenardier's grudge against Tigre as he vowed to destroy his nemesis by any method necessary, literary scrapped his remaining humane attributes. Both nobles hatred were mutual due to their stark contrasted philosophy and charisma despite sharing their strong patriotism for Brune. Due to Thenardier's tyranny and oppression, Tigre viewed the Duke as a villain to be rid off. However, of all things he despised about Thenardier, Bertrand's death (though killed by Steid) immediately opted Tigre to make this war to be personal in order to avenge his fallen adjutant, which he succeeded after killing Thenardier in their final confrontation in Mereville Fields with his own conviction as Elen prevented Tigre to use vengeance as a first weapon against Thenardier.

Zion ThenardierEdit

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Tigre and Zion.

Thenardier's elder son and Tigre's former ally. Even as Brune fellow generals and noblemen, neither Zion nor Tigre saw eye to eye due to their different status and personality. Contrasted to Tigre's valor and humility, Zion was an arrogant and cruel coward who used oppression to prove his House's dominance. Like most Brune aristocrats and noblemen, Zion ridiculed Tigre due to his hunter background and Brune citizen's strong discrimination against archers, who Zion viewed as low as slaves. For that reason, Zion also underestimated Tigre's archery skill that prompted him to break his bow even before the battle in Dinant Plains. In his last confrontation with Tigre however, his miscalculations led to his downfall not only stuck by Tigre's arrow shots that penetrated though his shield, but also killed by Tigre's and Elen's combined powers during his retreat. His death motivated Thenardier's vengeance upon Tigre and vowed to take his life, further escalating Brune's civil turmoil.

SteidEdit

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Tigre is facing Steid in Saint-Groel

Thenardier's emotionless yet trusted subordinate and tactician, Steid was responsible for Bertrand's death in an incident in Saint-Groel. Steid actions led Tigre's declaration his war against Thenardier as personal and vowed to kill Thenardier to avenge Bertrand. Steid is also among of few Tigre enemies who managed to deflect his arrow shot and even openly claimed that Tigre's "Silvrash" title was not a a lie, mostly due to the young Earl scored a precision shot that nearly kill him in Saint-Groel cave.

Maximilian Bennusa GanelonEdit

Duke of Lutetia, Ganelon was Brune's influential figure who was infamous for kidnapping young women and committing atrocities behind Faron's back. Although both aristocrats did not meet each other physically, Tigre knew Ganelon's notorious reputation through rumors from his fellow Brune soldiers. What Tigre didn't realized however that Ganelon was plotting to obtain Tigre and the Black Bow through his mischief, mostly because he (allegedly) knew the true origin of the Black Bow. Prior Melisande's Uprising in Nice, Tigre eventually encountered and briefly fought against Ganelon until Valentina's intervention. During the duel, Tigre suspected Ganelon possessed demonic powers and he had to use the Black Bow's Charged Arrow Shot to defeat him before his eventual escape via his teleportation.

Charon Anquetil GreastEdit

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Tigre and Greast.

Ganelon's trusted aide and tactician. Even in their first encounter, Tigre deemed Greast repulsive in almost everything, from his ghastly appearance to eccentric and twisted personality, especially his perverse admiration towards Elen. During his negotiation to join forces with Ganelon in defeating Thenardier while plundering Rance as the "reward", Tigre learned Ganelon's true nature through Greast's account, prompting him to think Ganelon's cruelty was indifferent than Thenardier's. As the result, Tigre declined Greast's offer and his victory over Greast's troops in Orange Plains immediately turned Tigre into one of Ganelon's most prominent enemies.

RolandEdit

The Black Knight whom Tigre fought during a battle in Orange Plains. Originally an enemy, Roland was tasked by "Faron" (actually under Thenardier and Ganelon's scheme) in killing the "traitor". In his first duel, Roland succeeded in dealing a heavy blow on Tigre, but lost his horse in the progress. In their second and last duel, Roland used two hands on Durandal for the first time to challenge Tigre's arrow head-on (with the combination of Elen, Tir na Fal and Sofy's powers).
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Tigre against Roland.

Like Tigre, Roland is also willing to protect his people from enemies. However, it is exactly because they shared the same beliefs, that it made Roland doubt himself even further, adding his lack of conviction and being unable to shake his doubts til the end, it led to his defeat at Tigre's hands. Due to his brave and noble heart, Tigre respected Roland as not only his strongest rival, but also a beneficial ally. When Roland became a victim to Ganelon's murder, Tigre was saddened over Brune's greatest hero. Nonetheless, before his demise, Roland entrusted his Durandal to Tigre as a statement for his actions was a just until it returns to the hands of Royal Family (Regin).

Kureys Shahim BalamirEdit

Muozinel's Grand General who launched a massive invasion towards Brune. Despite as one of Tigre's prominent enemies, Kureys praised Tigre as his worthy rival rival during a battle in Ormea Hills. He is also the one who give Tigre the title Star Shooter because of his genius marksmanship that can shot over 300 Alsins after Kashim's death through statement of surviving Advance Army soldiers and also a prowess tactician that managed to hold the battle lines until reinforcements from Territoire arrived, rallying both Zhcted and Brune's soldier under Tigre's command. He was looking forward to the next battle by bringing more soldiers only to challenge Tigre head on in the next battle. To date, Kureys is the first formidable opponent and the only rival that wishes to challenge Tigre head-on whenever opportunity comes.

DamadEdit

One of Muozinel Army's outstanding soldiers, Damad is an assassin who supposedly investigate and confirm Tigre's whereabouts and survival under Kureys's order. Thanks to Tigre's amnesiac moniker as Urs however, Damad (temporarily) spared his life and even escorted him back to Lebus instead. He is also among of few people who knew Tigre's identity, due to a fact that amnesiac Tigre once slipped his real identity to him.

In the aftermath of the Battle of Severack where Muozinel Army retreats due to the passing of their king, Tigre makes him as a prisoner-of-war.

Hans von KlugelEdit

One of Sachstein Army's top general and the commander of the Plainville Invasion Division. Prior his first battle against the massive invasion since Muozinel, Tigre considered his first battle against Hans Army was more difficult due to the constant changes of the Hill Fort, making a siege upon the fort impossible. Unbeknownst to Tigre himself however, his prolific reputation in ending Brune's Civil War had spread even to Sachstein and he was framed as Zhcted's "puppet" warrior by Hans via a false rumor to demoralize Brune further after he confirms it from Valentina. It would require Valentina's scheme to overcome Hans's tactics and narrowly halting his army's southern division's invasion which ended up in his death by Tigre's arrow that shot to his neck.

Melisande ThenardierEdit

A widow of the late Thenardier and also her House's last survivor. During an uprising in Nice Royal Palace where he saw Auguste's dead body in Regin's bedroom after the former sacrificed himself to ensure Regin's safety, Tigre sworn to kill Melisande to avenge his acquaintance's death before he was calmed by Mashas.

ArmandEdit

One of House Thenardier's remnant loyalist and supporter who aid Melisande's revolt in Nice. Much like his mistress, Tigre also vowed to kill Armand in order to avenge Auguste's death. In their first and only confrontation, Tigre killed Armand during the Viscount's duel against Elen.

Leonhardt von SchmidtEdit

One of Sachstein Army's top general and the commander of the of Western Brune Invasion Division and Sachstein Calvary Army. In their first battle in Prowirl Plans, Tigre deemed him more ferocious and troublesome than of Hans not only for his calvarymen ferociousness, but also one of few who see through his Fire Trap. Nevertheless, it took Tigre's secret meeting with Tallard-that caused Asvarre Army to defect from Sachstein Army-to finally force Leonhardt to retreat from Brune entirely

Leonhardt views Tigre as one of the worthy opponents that manage to devise multiple strategy and having Zhcted as his allies, making Leonhardt as the third formidable opponent after Kureys and Tallard.

DrekavacEdit

House Thenardier's former fortune teller and dragon supplier who often refereed Tigre as the "Bow". Like Ganelon, Tigre did not meet Drekavac physically at first. Little did Tigre knew however was that Drekavac took interest towards Tigre after his investigation onto a dragon's corpse that Tigre killed in Molsheim Plains, and decided to watch his "growth" from the shadows. It is later revealed that, in order to summon Tir Na Fal, Drekavac is plotting in forcing Tigre to awaken the Black Bow's full power and kill as many enemy soldiers without the Vanadises' interference.

Sometime after his latest battle, Tigre-along with three Vanadises (Elen, Mila and Sofy)-ultimately confronts Drekavac and his dragons and defeats him with his Charged Arrow Shot, which severely injures the demon.

OthersEdit

Tallard GrahamEdit

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Tigre and Tallard.

Asvarre's gifted tactician who was Germaine's former subordinate prior Asvarre Civil War. Like Tigre, Tallard is an excellent archer and tactician who is beloved by his peers. What makes Tallard different from Tigre however is his greater ambition to be Asvarre King and willingness in using any method to ensure his victory in any warfare, even if one of his tactics would forsaken his people-something which Tigre found reprehensible, making him as a sinister reflection of the Brune Hero himself. In their first meeting, Tigre initially suspected Tallard's involvement in Germaine soldiers's atrocities in a local village, though Tallard denied and claimed the attackers were rouge rebels. Tallard's successful coup in assassinating Germaine steepen Tigre's distrust even further but (reluctantly) participated Tallard's campaigns in order to save Sofy from Eliot and the pirates. From retaking Fort Lux to a final showdown in Salentes Plains, Tigre's involvement during the Civil War not only quelled Eliot's rebellion, it also paved Tallard's path to be Asvarre's new king. Before his departure from Asvarre, Tigre was given an offer to be Tallard's retainer but he personally declined. With the deadly combination of his devious ambitions and credibility in warfare, Tallard is the last person Tigre ever wished to be his enemy despite his strong antagonism against his would-be rival.

One year later, fate brought both men together again Prowirl Plains where Lim acted as a messenger of Moonlight Knights to him and he met Tigre personally. Even with bargaining Tigre's Moonlight Knights, he still choose to avoid fighting Tigre when he threatened Tallard back by facing him as an opponent. Knowing Tigre's relationship with Vanadis and defeating him will trigger Asvarre-Zhcted's war, he choose to change his conditions which benefits both of them. Ten years from current story will foreshadow their hidden rivalry as they will meet each other again in next encounter. If both are rivals, Tallard will be the second formidable opponent after Kureys Shahim Balamir but unlike Kureys, Tallard wishes to avoid fighting Tigre whenever he can. 

Valid LudraEdit

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CelpetEdit

A young Baron who is a member of Neutral Faction during a bitter feud between Melisande and Regin. Behind Tigre's knowledge however, Celpet was one of many Brune's nobles who detested the archer due to a rumor regarding his "betrayal" against Brune for Zhcted, which was actually orchestrated by one of Hans's subordinates before the Sachstein General's demise. Miraculously, Tigre narrowly foiled Celpet's assassination plot and learned a truth that the latter's revelation for (self-proclaimed) Brune's "justice". Regardless, Tigre's sharp tone was enough to intimidate Celpet before leaving him behind for Mashas's bedroom.

DemonsEdit

Because of the Black Bow connection with the demons, Tigre is dubbed as "The Bow". In order to summon Tir Na Fal for their vile ambitions for Demon's anarchy in Human Realm, these being will try to kidnap Tigre and the Black Bow For unknown reasons, these demons would try to kidnap both Tigre and the Black Bow while also battling against the Vanadises along the way.

VodyanoyEdit

Frog Demon who Tigre first confronted after his battles in Ormea Plains. It took a full force of Black Bow's power and Mila's ice to injure the creature, but at the same time it also quickly drained Tigre's stamina and lead to his total exhaustion that was accumulated ever since Tigre arrives at Agnes. His survival would steepen Drekavac hunt for him.

TorbalanEdit

Torbalan was one of the demons Tigre fought in Asvarre, whose alias also known as Lester in his human form. In their first encounter, Tigre and Olga battled against him (both Lester and Torbalan) in Fort Lux where they defeated the demon by Tigre's Earthquake Arrow. In their second and final encounter, Tigre narrowly survived Torbalan's naval ambush by inflicting enough damage to the demon before fell into the sea and killed the sea dragon that Torbalan brings as well. Due to this, Drekavac was unable to track neither Tigre nor the Black bow. While drifted to somewhere and suffered an amnesia, Tigre did not see Torbalan's demise by Sasha's hand (who also passed away after succumbed into her illness). To date, Torbalan is the first demon to be defeated by a hands of Vanadis (Sasha).

Baba YagaEdit

A demonic witch who was notorious in most folklore and fairy-tales. During his amnesiac moniker as "Urs", Tigre and Liza encountered and confronted Baba Yaga in her temple within Lebus's outskirts. Originally trying to kill him, Baba Yaga took an interest towards Tigre and even decided to abduct him before severely injured by Liza's Veda. In his second and last encounter, Tigre learned the truth behind Liza's ties with the witch for power. Nonetheless, he tried to prove the witch that even with her powerful powers, as long Liza kept relying on it without her resolve and will, she would never be strong. It took a teamwork of Liza, Elen and himself (while regaining his memories) to defeat the witch before she finally killed by Ganelon by being consumed and devoured.

DeitiesEdit

Tir Na FalEdit

Goddess of Night, Darkness and Death. Tigre once heard the goddess' voice via the Black Bow and was also the one who put Tigre through many trials either by talking to him through the Black Bow or by possessing Titta. Tir Na Fal chose Tigre as a master of the Black Bow as he managed to mastered its power after Bertrand's death in the Saint Groel.

NotesEdit

  • From among the girls, Tigre has abusive relationships with both Lim and Mila who hit him and beat him up whenever some accident occurs or he says something that makes him get beat up.
    • Lim has been noted to have beaten or hit Tigre five times, first after his capture at Dinant where Lim back-headbutts Tigre when Elen told him to ride with Lim[3]. Second is when Tigre accidentally groped Elen's breast during mock duel which prompts Lim to struck Tigre's head with the sheath of her sword. The third is when Lim saw Tigre naked in Elen's bathroom which makes her throw a tub at his head[4].Fourth is when Elen asked Tigre if he was a King with seven people that have power and authority second to him which his answers makes Lim hit Tigre without hesitation. The fifth is after Lim's rescue from poison snakes during Serrash ambushes which Tigre's hand massages her breasts quite vigorously while he was asleep which ended in a violent slap to wake him up.
    • Mila also was noted to have beaten up Tigre once, when he accidentally walked into her in the bath in Rodnick as a result of one of Elen's pranks. After making Tigre apologize, Mila hits Tigre with the hard object which as expected came from her Lavias.[5]
  • While most Vanadises have become Tigre's prominent allies, only Valentina remains unaffiliated with the archer despite her growing interest in him, especially after witnessing the Black Bow's power. In addition, nearly five out of seven Vanadis have harbored romantic feelings towards Tigre.
    • Mila and Liza are the few Vanadises to encounter Tigre's alter-ego Urs under different persona under different circumstances: Mila met the Hunter Person during her hunt in Tatra Woods while Liza handpicked the Amnesiac Persona from Lipner Shores.
    • Olga is the first Vanadis who proposed a marriage proposal to Tigre. [6]
    • Eleonora is the first Vanadis that he makes love to.

ReferenceEdit

  1. Madan no Ou to Vanadis manga: Chapter 20, Pages 29-30
  2. Light Novel Volume 6 Chapter 1.
  3. Madan no Ou to Vanadis Light Novel Volume 1/Chapter 1
  4. Madan no Ou to Vanadis Light Novel Volume 1/Chapter 4
  5. Madan no Ou to Vanadis Volume 2/Chapter 4
  6. Light Novel Volume 11 Chapter 1

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