|Ryuryu (CV: Nanako Inoue)|
|Full name: Ryuryu Raglan (if chosen)||Family||
|Race: Human||If Chosen:|
Lord Raglan (Great Great Grandfather-in-law) Leonhardt (Great Grandfather-in-law)
Fyuria / Luana / Elaine (Great Grandmother-in-law)
Valeria / Yayoi / Sherufanir (Grandmother-in-law)
Lavinia / Faina / Noah (Mother-in-law)
Rex (Son, Black Jacket)
|Generation: Fourth Generation|
|Joins at: Eriswil|
Height: 154cm (5'0)
One of the three women chosen by Dyshana in the fourth genertion, Ryuryu is the hierophant of Halulu Atea, the largest of the Ioros Island at the southern end of the Enhambre's Ionia Sea. The hierophant is selected once every three years and makes decisions based on divinations, thus making Ryuryu the most powerful person in Halulu Atea. Her cold, superior attitude and mature tone of voice reflect this responsibility. When Ryuryu learns that Halulu Atea is in grave danger, Dyshana offers the party's aid, and in exchange Ryuryu joins the company.
Since Ryuryu was raised as a hierophant in a special environment, she doesn't know much of the outside world. She's a bit cynical and likes provoking Duran just to see his reaction. On the other hand, Ryuryu also has a childlike innocence to her when she sees dolls and stuffed toys, since she's never seen them before.
Ryuryu is a young woman in her mid teen's with an slender body built, lightly pale skin complexion, light purple hair styled in an chin-length bob cut with an wide fringe covering her forehead, and ruby red eyes. Her main attire is black shirtwaist with large bell sleeves with yellow design at the end, a violet tie with a yellow symbol, and the collar has yellow designs on it. She wears a visorless peaked cap that is black on the top and upper sides, and violent on the rest with an gold symbol on it, an violet waist cincher that tights her waist, over a violet skirt, and a white half-slip, black thigh-length stockings, and shoes that are black on the front and soles, and dark grey on the lace area.
- In the Japanese dialogue of the game, Ryuryu use archaic pronouns like Warara for herself and the pronoun Kisama for Duran whenever he acts in an disapproving manner.