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07-Ghost is a fantasy manga written and illustrated by Yuki Amemiya and Yukino Ichihara. It is set in a fantasy world with different laws, kingdoms, gods and magic. It is currently serialized in the Monthly Comic Zero Sum, a shōjo manga magazine published monthly by Ichijinsha. By January 2009, seven bound volumes had been released. The manga has been licensed by Go! Comi for release in North America.
07-Ghost has been adapted into a drama CD. In April 2009, an anime adaptation, produced by Studio DEEN, made its premier.
The manga also won a double-first prize in the 3rd Zero-Sum Comics Grand-Prix, meaning it was chosen for first place by both readers and editors, which is very rare.
Teito Klein is a former slave who now attends the Barsburg Empire's military academy due to his ability to use Zaiphon, a type of supernatural power. The ability is rare and thus highly prized.
Teito is an amnesiac who frequently has frightening dreams. After a year at the academy, Teito prepares to take the notoriously difficult graduation exam. The night before the exam, Teito and his only friend, Mikage, swear they will never abandon each other if the other needs help. Both of them pass the exam. The next day, Teito hears people talking about him. Stopping to listen, he suddenly realizes that the speaker, Chief of Staff Ayanami, is the person who killed the familiar man in his dreams: his father, the king of the destroyed Raggs Kingdom. Teito is caught eavesdropping and tries to attack Ayanami but is quickly brought down by one of his subordinates and sent to prison. Mikage comes to help him escape, only to find that Teito has managed to fight past the guards by himself. The two flee the building but are cornered on a balcony. Teito pretends to hold Mikage hostage, threatening to kill him if the guards pursue him, thus making his escape, though he is wounded by a Zaiphon blast that Ayanami directs at him. Three bishops in the nearby 7th District discover the injured Teito and take him to a nearby church to recuperate. Because of the 7th District's law of sanctuary, as long as Teito stays in the church, the army cannot arrest him.
In due time, it is discovered that Teito carries the Eye of Michael, a powerful talisman for which his home country, the Raggs Kingdom, was destroyed. This fact, as well as a fateful reunion, catapults Teito into a quest for revenge against the Barsburg Empire and for knowledge about his past. At the same time, his status as the bearer of the Eye of Michael throws him into the long-standing conflict between the evil Verloren and his enemies, the 07 Ghosts.
The book is set in the midst of the Barsburg Empire, which is divided into seven districts, each with its own cities, rulers, and culture.
Zaiphon is the "magic" of 07-Ghosts's world, the ability to convert life energy into various forms of power (it is Zaiphon that keeps the continent floating). It is controlled by converting strong emotions into energy, and the power that comes from Zaiphon often takes the shape of words, though people may use weapons to channel said energy. Those who have the ability to use Zaiphon are rare and thought to be blessed by God. Every user's capabilities are different, and in many cases, reflect their nature. Zaiphon is generally categorized into three types:
Healing Zaiphon: People with healing Zaiphon are able to heal wounds and share or transfer their Zaiphon to others. Characters who primarily use healing Zaiphon are Labrador, Assistant Archbishop Bastien, Ouka, and Capella.
Offensive Zaiphon: People with offensive Zaiphon can attack enemies and protect themselves from attacks directed at them. Characters who primarily use offensive Zaiphon are Teito, Mikage, Ayanami, Hakuren, Frau, and Capella.
Manipulation Zaiphon: People with manipulation Zaiphon (which is particularly rare) can move other objects at will. Castor uses this type of Zaiphon.
It is possible to learn to use more than one version of Zaiphon; however, people who can successfully do so are few and far between.
There are a variety of weapons used to manipulate Zaiphon, the most common being the bascule. With the bascule, people can channel their Zaiphon and use it for several purposes. Different types of Zaiphon have different effects when used through a bascule: those with healing Zaiphon cannot directly attack a Kor, but they can restrict and remove Kor from afflicted people, and those with offensive Zaiphon can directly attack a Kor.
07-Ghosts and Verloren
According to a centuries-old myth, the God of Death, Verloren (Dutch or German for Lost), 'killed' the daughter of the Chief of Heaven and was forced to escape to the earth. In retribution, Verloren invaded the hearts of the people, who slipped into despair. Lamenting over the people's suffering, the Chief of Heaven dispatched seven heavenly lights in order to punish Verloren. Called the "Seven Ghosts", they are said to have sealed Verloren on the earth and served forevermore as the guardians of the Empire. Mothers often tell their children that if they are naughty, the Seven Ghosts will come to take them away.
Though Verloren has been sealed away in Pandora's Box for over 1000 years, his messengers, the Kor, find and contact humans to bring them under his influence. If a contract is made, a mark appears on the person's chest. This is known as "Verloren's curse," and it indicates one's heart being eaten by darkness. One of the duties of the "07-Ghosts" is to fight against Verloren and his curse and try to stop contracts from being fulfilled. Only the Bishops can remove Verloren's curse.
The 07-Ghosts are embodied in humans with such extraordinary Zaiphon abilities that they are considered to be blessed by God. They were originally fragments of Verloren, and they were sent down to the earth by the Chief of Heaven in order to stop Verloren. Each of the 07-Ghosts has died in his previous life, and they all retain their memories of their past lives. Frau, Castor, Labrador, Fia Kreuz and Lance have been revealed to be Ghosts thus far; all of them have the mark of their Ghosts on their hands. The Ghosts' names are Sichel/(Zehel), Fest, Profe, Landkarte/(Randkalt), Relikt, Ea and Vertrag. Each of the Ghosts has a specific power:
Sichel / Zehel - 斬魂 "the cutting spirit" (Frau; the Ghost who severs bonds, especially one's ties to misfortune)
Feist - 繋魂 "The Tying Spirit" (Castor; the Ghost who binds souls together)
Profe - 言魂 "The Speaking Spirit" (Labrador; the Ghost who prophesies)
Rilect - 遺魂 "The Bequeathing Spirit" (Lance; the Ghost who sees one's past)
Vertrag - 契魂 "The Pledging Spirit" (Fea Kreuz; the Ghost who manipulates souls)
Landkarte / Randkalt - 消魂 "The Extinguishing Spirit" (Lloyd; the Ghost who [unknown])
Ea - 醒魂 "The Awaking Spirit" (Katsuragi; the Ghost who assigns numbers to every soul in the world and determines their destination after death)
As many names in 07-Ghost originate from German words, these names should also be related to German. However, some translations have been contested with some degree of confusion and speculation.
Sichel/Zehel - More commonly appears as "Zehel" but the correct German translation is "Sichel", which means "sickle" or "scythe" due to his choice of weapon.
Feist - Sometimes also written as "Feste", may come from the German adjective stem "fest" meaning fixed or firm as in "feste freunde"(fast friends). By extension of meaning "feste" also refers to a stronghold or fortress in German, in this context the word might carry connotations of military comradery.
Profe - An alteration of the word "Prophet" which has the same meaning in German and English.
Relikt - Means "relic" in German.
Vertrag - Means "contract" in German.
Landkarte/Landkalt/Randkalt - This is possibly the most debated name. In German, "Landkarte" means "map". The name Landkarte may be consistent with the intended meaning of "the extinguishing spirit", because what does not exist on a map may not exist at all. It can be seen in many wars, razing a town to the ground effectively extinguishes it from maps. "Rand" in German means "edge" or "border" and "kalt" means "cold". The combination, "Randkalt", is not a German word.
Ea - In Japanese katakana writing,the English word 'air' is pronounced "Ea. Considering the pronunciation, the related German words may be "Ära" (meaning "era"), "Ehe" ("marriage") or "eher" ("earlier").
The Three Dreams
When a person is given a life from the Chief of the Heavens, they choose three dreams to complete over the course of their lifetime. When all the dreams are granted, their souls will be called back to the Chief and be reincarnated. However, when people are born they do not remember the dreams they chose, and finding out the dreams is supposedly the joy of life.
There are evil beings who want to interfere with this process; among them are Verloren's messengers, the Kor, who steal dreams and drag humans into darkness. When a human's first dream is granted by a Kor, the person's heart becomes unstable and unable to be satisfied no matter what he or she does. When the second dream is granted, the person falls into a state of starvation or addiction. When the third dream is granted, the soul has indulged in too much darkness and becomes forever unable to return to the Chief of Heaven. The Kor then takes the body; a possessed body with all three dreams fulfilled by the Kor is called a Wars (warusa means "evil" in Japanese), and they serve Verloren. A dark magician who can control the Wars is called a Warsfeil.
It is the duty of the church to protect people from the Kor, because the feeling of addiction is very difficult to remove. There are cases when a Kor may grant a wish that is not one of the three dreams, but it upsets the equilibrium and the Kor may be punished for it.
The Eyes of Mikhail and Raphael
The Eyes of Mikhail and Raphael are a set of holy stones that can be embedded into the body, allowing the Archangels Mikhail and Raphael to descend into a host's body for a limited time. They are undetectable until they possess their host's body, whereupon the stone appears in the host's hand, the host's eye color changes, and they become able to wield godlike powers with Zaiphon. Before the storyline of "07-Ghost," the royal family of the Kingdom of Raggs held the Eye of Mikhail and the Barsburg Empire held the Eye of Raphael. A pact was established between both countries never to seize the other Eye; however, the Barsburg Empire broke this pact ten years prior to the storyline.
The Eyes' full usages are unknown; however, thus far, the Eye of Mikhail has been used to seal Verloren's original body in Pandora's Box, and the Eye of Raphael has been said to be able to reincarnate Verloren's soul in human bodies.
It is also stated in the anime that: 'According to a thousand years of the Judgment of Heaven, By the Eye of Mikhael (Michael), the sealed body of Verloren has been kept asleep for more than one thousand years… And by the Eye of Raphael, his powers are lost. And so, Verloren’s soul continues to wait for a human body fit for its reincarnation.'
The overall style for 07 Ghost fits into the fantasy manga genre. Although the plot is serious, there is a lot of comic relief, giving the story a more lighthearted tone. The characters are all complex, varied and entertaining, and the story is extremely emotional. It is often disputed as to whether it is a shōnen or shōjo manga, since it has qualities that appeal to both demographics.
"Character designs tend towards the bishōnen type. Even within our circle of bishops, [there's] the naughty rebel, the eyeglass character, and the lolishouta type. Despite the angst filled and mysterious storyline, the manga also includes quite a bit of humor from Teito's and Mikage's horseplay and our three bishops' quirks, and chibis and deformed expressions are used for these scenes."
—Sakura Eries, Mania.com Review
Main article: List of 07 Ghost characters
Teito Klein (テイト·クライン Teito Kurain?) Voiced by: Saiga Mitsuki
The protagonist of the story. His real name is Wahrheit Tiashe Raggs, son of Weldeschtein Krom Raggs, and he is the prince of the former Raggs Kingdom. However, after being entrusted with the Eye of Mikhail during the invasion by the Barsburg Empire, his identity was hidden and he was raised by his uncle, Fea Kreuz, as a church orphan. Upon the death of Kreuz, he was made into a combat slave, but eventually entered the Barsburg military academy and became known as a star pupil. He is a clever student and very talented, making him one of the best students despite other students' mockery.
At the start of the manga, Teito makes a promise with his best (and only) friend, Mikage, that they will always be there for each other. Unfortunately, Mikage gives up his life to protect Teito from the Empire. This crushes Teito emotionally and he swears revenge, even though Mikage told him not to. At the 7th District Church he starts studying to become a priest so he can gain a priest's advantages on his way to revenge: less stringent inspections at borders, access to information and free room and board at any inn in the Empire.
Teito is often teased because of his short stature by Mikage, Frau and others, who often treat him like a child or mistake him for one, which annoys him to no end. While training with Mikage using Zaiphon, Mikage even engraves the word 'chibi' (small) to tease him. It is later revealed in a flashback that the reason for his shortness is probably because he only took pills instead of eating proper meals while he was a slave and a student at the military school.
At the beginning of the story, Teito is a cold and serious student due to his only memories being those of a combat slave whose only purpose was to kill criminals. He is initially cold to Mikage as well, although the two eventually become good friends. Strangely, according to the academy chairman, Miroku, Teito's greatest weakness is his compassion, despite all the hardships he has gone through. For example, during the military exam which required him to kill a condemned criminal in order to pass, Teito refused to do so, stating that there was no reason to do so. Ayanami then intervened and killed the criminal instead, mocking Teito for being weak. His compassion is more obvious as the story progresses: he resists Mikhail's control to avoid killing Bastien (even though Bastien was going to kill him), he gives a scarf he brought for Frau to a homeless old man, he tracks down Capella's mother and gives Capella back to her despite his attachment to him and he rescues a soul from the wish of someone possessed by a Kor who felt its sadness. While he was a slave, he often saw other children with their mothers and could not remember ever having a family. The only person who cared about him as a slave was a mute maid in the manor where he lived. Before leaving to go to military school, Teito brought her a feather, promising that someday she would be free as well. It is shown at the end of the flashback sequence that she still has a framed picture of Teito and is shown looking at it fondly.
It is later shown that Teito was the heir to the throne of the Raggs Kingdom, his real name being Wahrheit Tiashe Raggs. However, he was the son of a concubine, causing the Queen to despise him. She later makes a deal to the Pope and gives Teito's body to him. The Pope seals Verloren's body within Teito, which makes him 'The Pandora's Box' that seals Verloren as well as the vessel for a being that is essentially the source of all evil on Earth. The King was not aware of this because the Queen and Pope constructed a false body to fake Teito's death, concealing the fact that he was made into Pandora's Box. Their plan is somewhat foiled by Bishop Fia Kruez, or 'The Father', who used his power as one of the Seven Ghosts (the Ghost of the Raggs House of God, Vertrag) to subdue Verloren's body, sealing it temporarily.
The identity of any one of the Seven Ghosts must remain a secret, however, so nobody believes Fia Kruez's word against the Pope. This is the origin of the 'lie' (that Kruez committed the unforgivable act of stealing Pandora's Box). To ensure Teito's soul will not be overcome by Verloren's sealed body, saving his life, the King makes Teito become the Vessel of the Eye of Mikhail very early in life. Interestingly, the Eye of Mikhail protects Teito from Verloren while simultaneously being the one thing that can open Pandora's Box. At this time, the Barsburg Kingdom attacks the Raggs Kingdom under the impression that Raggs made a declaration of war, since the messenger that Raggs sent to tell Barsburg about the Pope was killed. This caused Barsburg to believe that Raggs stole Pandora's Box.
It's revealed that Fea Kruez is the younger brother of the King — making 'Father' Teito's blood uncle. This explains why Kreuz has been around Teito since the beginning. It also brings up the possibility that Teito himself may become a Ghost, as he is the last of the bloodline of the Raggs God House.
Teito has a combat slave tattoo on his back which he got from the Queen out of jealousy because the king favored him over her (he also is not her son, which exacerbates the issue). During his fight against Ayanami, he gets a slave collar around his neck. Later, Frau accidentally invokes a blood contract when he attempts to get the collar off, making him Teito's 'master'. This enables him to use three commands that Teito must obey: Sleep, Bind, and Pain. In a humorous scene, Castor states that he should not have informed Frau about the commands, implying that Frau will probably abuse this power. However, in actuality, Frau has only used the command 'Sleep' twice in self-defense. The collar will explode if Teito separates from Frau, the collar's master, for over 48 hours.
Teito is very skilled with the Bascules, once even exceeding the Zaiphon limit for it during training. He is very agile and an excellent runner after having trained with Castor's puppets, and manages to get through the examinations on his first try with Hakuren. His slave number was 2741. It is hinted by Mikhail that Teito is the best vessel he has ever had.
In the Hauzen House Arc, Teito found out from Castor's servant that Castor, whose original name is Shinruu, is actually dead. This led to considerable confusion, as he could not figure out why he saw Castor still alive at the church. Teito was later attacked by a Wars in the doll of Shinruu's mother. Teito posed as Shinruu and forgave her, then defeated the Wars. As Teito left, Fest/Castor appeared and asked if Teito had the courage to accept the "curse" -- that is, the first of the seven 'cursed tickets' needed to reach the Land of Seele. He later received the second one from Profe/Labrador.
Later, he went to the Barsburg Empire's 5th District, formerly the Raggs Kingdom. He met the Imperial Princess, Ouka, who holds the Eye of Raphael. After being abducted by Lem, he found out that he coincidentally went into the Krat's, one of the God Houses, where he found Profe. After Lem's soul was freed, Teito received the second cursed ticket, leaving Ouka after exchanging their real names and giving her a doll he made at the church to thank her for the jewel she gave him.
Teito receives extra abilities as the master of the Eye of Mikhail, such as advanced hearing and a sixth sense. More are said to be sleeping within him.
His birthday is the 1st of December. He ranked first in the latest popularity poll in Monthly Comic Zero Sum.
In chapter 70, he participated in the Hawkzile Race with Frau in order to sneak into the 1st District, but he was stopped by the Black Hawks there and was captured by Ayanami.
A God (archangel) that possesses Teito's body through the Eye of Mikhail. When he is in control of Teito's body, Teito's irises become red and his pupils become slits. He is very fond of Teito, and is put out by the attachment of the slave collar, which limits his strength. Mikhail calls Teito "Master", highlighting the respect he feels for him. Though extremely powerful, he tends to act like a petulant child and often makes undignified faces when talking with the Bishops. Later in the series, the Eye of Mikhail is taken away by Ayanami, but Teito can temporarily pass a link through a spell causing a reaction.
A God (archangel) that possesses Ouka's body through the Eye of Raphael. In chapter 53, upon hearing Teito's real name, it attempts to destroy Teito.
Mikage (ミカゲ Mikage?) Voiced by: Daisuke Namikawa
Teito's best friend, Mikage comes from a family of stewards. Despite the fact that his closeness with Teito makes him a target of some students' ill will in the academy, he remains a bright and cheerful person. His relationship with Teito involves a lot of Mikage teasing Teito, Teito beating him up in return, and his urging Teito to eat more. The two are very close, promising each other that they will die together and will always be "the best of friends". Mikage also teaches Teito about meeting friends and having compassion. After learning of Castor's family's grief for their son, he tells Seilan, "Mikage had told me... that if two people were together sadness would also be halved..."
Mikage often tries to get Teito to loosen up, telling him that if he smiles and laughs more, he will grow taller. After his death, Teito still finds it hard to go on without his best friend, once stating that "When Mikage died... I felt like a part of me died as well". Because of him, Teito begins his quest to all seven "Houses of God" in order to receive the 'cursed tickets', which will enable him to travel to the Land of Souls and trade his life for Mikage's, discovering more about his forgotten past and about the Seven Ghosts in the process.
Before Mikage lost his life, he begs Teito not to look for revenge, but instead to keep walking towards the light. This shakes Teito's beliefs, because Mikage was his 'light'. Later, Mikage is reincarnated as a small, furry, pink dragon. Frau explains that it's because he wished to protect Teito, no matter the form.
The fyulong dragon, Mikage, apparently fell from his nest. Frau managed to find him and bring him to Teito so they could be together. While traveling to another House of God, Teito comes across the fyulong's mother, who demands to have her child back (the dragons can talk and grow to a huge size, which surprises Teito quite a bit). At that time, Frau confessed that the fyulong Teito had was actually stolen from his mother, "because you would not be able to stop crying if you couldn't see him (Mikage) again at the time". The mother tells Teito that even though Burupya is the reincarnation of Mikage, he has no memories of his previous life and does not belong with people. She also states that it is strange how her child is unable to talk or fly while his siblings can talk and fly already, and that it's the result of Frau and Teito's selfish deed. Right before Teito lets Mikage go, fyulong Mikage is changed into a young Mikage for a few seconds, who points to the words on the walls that say "We'll always be the best of friends", his last words. However, when the dragons leave, Mikage drops from the sky, tackling Teito to the ground, staying by Teito's side instead of leaving with the rest of the dragons.
Even after his death, Teito still cares about Mikage very much; when Teito is struggling with learning how to use the Bascules, Bastien tells him that he needs to think of his feelings for God in his heart. Teito then thinks, "Though I don't really know anything about God, I'm thinking of you... Mikage." As a result, using his Bascules, he accidentally blows up the training grounds.
Mikage is easily recognizable by the small X shaped scar on his chin; he got it a long time ago when he was sparring with his older brother. Burupya has a similar scar on his head. Mikage also has a little sister and they seem to be close. His birthday is the 3rd of March, and he is aged 15 at the beginning of the story. He ranked third in the latest popularity poll in Monthly Comic Zero Sum.
Frau (フラウ Furau?) Voiced by: Suwabe Junichi
A perverted Bishop, he saves Teito's life when Teito falls from his hawkzile. He is the member of the 07-Ghosts known as 'Zehel'. He finds Mikage (as a small dragon) for Teito and accidentally becomes Teito's 'Master' when he attempts to remove Teito's promise collar, thereby invoking a blood contract. This collar gives Frau the ability to use three commands on Teito: bind, sleep and pain. For all his teasing, Frau also keeps Teito's spirits up with impromptu pep-talks. His relation with Ayanami is as of yet unknown. Frau is the only Ghost who can wield Verloren's scythe, though how he managed to get this scythe is currently unknown. His catch phrase before every battle is "May God be with you".
Frau was adopted by the church and became Bastian's disciple when he was caught in the large scale 'thief subjugation' across the Empire. All of his friends died and he did not believe in God; nevertheless, he was so powerful with Zaiphon that it was rumored he was a child blessed with God's strength. While Frau was a wild child, constantly getting into trouble, he and Bastian ended up having a good relationship similar to that between a father and son. When he was very young, Frau used to sneak out of the church at night and remove Kor from those afflicted by it, something extremely difficult that only trained bishops are usually capable of doing.
Frau was so talented in fighting with Kor that he holds the all-time highest score for the examination — in fact, all of those being tested that day had to be regraded separately, as Frau's light completely erased everyone's darkness. When Frau and Castor are reminiscing about when they took the exam, Frau says how he got stuck with the worst partner ever. Castor is infuriated by his comment, saying that that was his line, implying that they were partners in the examination.
He enjoys teasing and annoying Teito about how he looks like a small child. Although he is very tall and intimidating, the church orphans adore him, often getting him to play games with them. Frau fancies himself as a ladies' man, flirting with the nuns and any pretty women he sees.
Despite his tough looks and rough exterior, Frau's is actually very caring and cares very much for people, especially Teito. This is shown through protecting him from danger and carrying him when he's hurt. He even says that his meeting with Teito for the first time is not coincidence, but fate. When Teito came to save him from prison, Frau ordered him to turn back and ensured him that things would be okay. But before Teito left he said, "Can I just ask one favor? If you really want me to feel at ease, smile for me." He also dedicated a verse to Teito that said "As long as you keep anything about me within you, my heart will be with you." It is also mentioned that after Teito found out about Zehel's desire to devour his soul, that Frau regards him as his only ray of light, as Labrador had stated about Teito being the only one who could possibly tame Frau from reverting into darkness.
After Bastien's death, Frau pretends not to be bothered since he has seen many deaths before, but Teito scolds him for not properly grieving because Bastien was so important to Frau. A little while after the funeral, the nuns find that a new sprout had grown from one of the trees at the church; it is implied that this is Bastien's reincarnation. At the end of the chapter, Frau is shown sitting in the tree, reunited with his mentor.
He has a cross-shaped tattoo on the small of his back. In chapter 52, page 30, his nails become claws and he grew fangs, indicating the scythe may be corrupting him.
Frau was ranked second in the latest popularity poll in Monthly Comic Zero Sum.
Castor (カストル Kasutoru?) Voiced by: Chiba Susumu
Another bishop, he convinces Teito to take the examination to enter the priesthood. The training he puts Teito through is vigorous and often involves his 'dolls', life-sized puppets he controls with Zaiphon. He is one of the 07-Ghosts, 'Fest'.
His name used to be Shinruu Hauzen (シンルー＝ハウゼン) and he was the thirteenth head of the family in a House of God (Hausen House). His father often ignored him and he felt neglected, so Castor spent most of his time inside his room making replica dolls of his mother, who "was the only one allowed to spoil him". He was so talented that he was widely recognized as a genius.
After a successful mission, Castor hears someone singing and finds Razette, a young mermaid, in a tank. He frees her and she is immediately taken with him. The two become friends and companions, with Razette continuously trying to cheer Castor up; using her power to replicate any face, she changes her appearance to that of Castor's and smiles, causing him to burst into tears. After that day, Razette taught him how to smile.
Although he was the next heir in the God House, he had no interest in becoming the head of the family, telling Razette, "I'd like to become a puppet master. You'll sing, and I'll use my puppets. We'll perform on a grand stage, and travel the world together like that.". Their plan, however, was interrupted when the Raggs War began; they fought against the Barsburg Empire, resulting in defeat. In order to save their families, they had to bring the head of their house's master. Castor's father revealed that he actually cared about him a lot, saying that he could not give up his only beloved son. His father suggests that Razette changes her face to Castor's in the hope that bringing the fake will convince the Empire. Just as he is about to kill Razette, Castor intervenes and is mortally wounded by the sword.
Upon being told the story by Seilan, Shinruu's butler, while visiting the House of God, Teito is stunned because he recognizes Castor from the photos of Shinruu. Teito asks him if Shinruu survived the stab wound and is told that the young heir has died, which confuses Teito because he knows Castor and Razette are living quite happily back at the church. It becomes apparent that Castor became a Ghost when he died; this explains why he never told his family that he was still alive because the identity of the 07 Ghosts must remain a secret. After he became a Ghost and "woke up" after his death, Razette was lying dead by his side, having killed herself in grief over Castor's death. As her soul was still in her body, he was able to use his new Ghost powers to tie his body together with her soul, allowing her to live again by sharing his life force.
After Teito discovers that Castor and Frau are both one of the Seven Ghosts, Castor decides to wipe away Teito's memories of the incident, because their identities must remain a secret. Frau, however, stops him, telling him that if he takes away Teito's memories of when Frau revealed himself as Zehel, Teito will not remember Mikage's last smile (Frau transformed to save him when Mikage was possessed by Ayanami).
His power as a ghost is that he can tie together the souls of living beings. With this it means he can resurrect dead bodies, on the condition that the soul is still in the body and it was not a natural death. He was seen doing this to a dead dog, letting it live on by sharing the life force with its owner. He used this power the first time after becoming a ghost in resurrecting Razette. As their souls were now bound together, this bypassed the rule that the Ghosts cannot contact people from their past.
Castor has lost one of his arms and one eye when he protected Labrador from being devoured by Ayanami. Later, he and Labrador went to Frau and Teito because they're worried about their plan to enter the 1st District.
His birthday is the 24th of December. He was voted fifth in the latest popularity poll in Monthly Comic Zero Sum.
Labrador (ラブラドール Raburadōru?) Voiced by: Miyata Kouki
A bishop whose hobby is gardening and brewing herbs to make medicine. He was first introduced when Frau found Teito and brought him back to the church. He gives Teito a flower of protection at the start of the manga which later saves his life during an encounter with a Kor. He also gives Teito a drink made from sweet flowers to heal his 'wounds of the heart'. During battles, he is able to use flowers and vines as weapons with his manipulation zaiphon. He is also able to communicate with flowers. It has been confirmed by an omake, and later in chapter 46 of the manga, that he is indeed a Ghost, known as 'Profe'. His powers as a Ghost grant him the gift of foresight, which allowed him to aid Teito before Teito's first encounter with a Kor. He does not wish to kill Veloren, only for him to live in the world as a proper human.
His real name is Ilyusha, which is discovered by Teito and co. through the memories of Lem, his old friend. He is the grandson of the Krat family's leader and spent most of his time in his greenhouse. Lem and his younger sister, Lirin, were orphans that the Krat household adopted. The three of them were close friends. Labrador (Ilyusha) had precognitions from an early age, allowing him to 'see' where medicinal herbs would grow. Lirin was a sickly child, often falling sick until at one point, her illness could not be cured. Krat told Lem about 'The Flower of Eden'- a mystical flower said to not only able to heal any illness, but also any sadness. Lem urges Ilyusha to tell him about the said flower. A few days later, a sealed letter filled with petals arrived. In it was written; "If you burn these petals as incense, Lirin would definitely be happy." Grateful, Lem hurried to Ilyusha's greenhouse, only to discover the imperial soldiers sealing the place off. Ilyusha had been devoured by the forbidden flower - The Flower of Eden. Blinded by grief, Lem sealed Ilyusha's body and Profe's seal together, calling it 'his most precious treasure in the world. His birthday is 8 January.
Later, Castor and he reunited and accompanied Teito and Frau during second day of Hawkzile race.
Hakuren Oak (ハクレン·オーク Hakuren Ōku?) Voiced by: Fukuyama Jun
Teito's roommate at the church and, at first, his self-proclaimed rival for the priesthood exam. They first meet soon after Mikage's death when Hakuren walks by Teito in the church. Teito mistakes him for Mikage since they look somewhat similar, but upon looking closer, realizes it is someone else. Upon seeing that Teito is training to become a bishop a well, he states that Teito is now his rival. Teito thinks there is something about Hakuren that is familiar to him until Hakuren asks Teito whether middle school children were starting to take the exam as well. Teito suddenly realizes that Hakuren sounds a lot like Shuri Oak, his tormentor from the military academy.
It turns out that Hakuren is related to Shuri Oak (they are cousins and Hakuren comes from the cadet branch) and he and Teito immediately despise each other, even thinking "if this wasn't a sanctuary, I would beat him up." After trading insults, Teito asks Hakuren why someone from the noble Oak family, having a reputation for being in the military and the government, would pursue a life at the church. Later in the day, upon hearing that they are roommates, both of them demand a change, but are rejected. Because they are roommates, they are also assigned as partners for training and the examination.
Eventually, they apologize for being so rude to each other and become friends. After Teito tells him about how Burupya is the reincarnation of his friend, Hakuren tells him about why he came to the church to become a bishop. When he was very young, his mother was taken by a Kor. Hakuren suggested asking the Church for help to exterminate the Kor, but his father said it could not be done because they had to protect the noble Oaks' good reputation. Her mother was shut in the house to keep the secret. Hakuren prayed for God's help and one day Frau came to his house and healed his mother. Hakuren believed that God answered his prayers and from then onwards he wanted to become just like Frau. After telling Teito his story, he felt embarrassed as he had never told anyone about that before, but they became good friends. Their friendship is further developed when a Wars attacks the two of them after training and Teito grabs Hakuren's hand trying to save him from falling. They both fell from the building but were saved by Frau.
After that incident, Hakuren offers Teito a handshake, calling him a 'comrade'. Teito hesitates, remembering how he became friends with Mikage but ended up being unable to protect him. He then tells Hakuren he will be friends with him when he's strong enough to protect him. Eventually, they become best friends, and before parting ways to begin their apprenticeship after completing the exam, promise each other that when they next meet they will be much stronger. He is now working as an apprentice bishop for Castor, sending Teito mail whenever he can.
Later on, he received a message from his father asking him to come back to the family to serve as a tutor to Princess Ouka, the empress-to-be. At first, Hakuren refused to accept the position, preferring to continue his training as a bishop, his excuse being that he dislikes women. When questioned about his feelings for his mother and Razette, he states he views his mother as a mother, not a woman, and Razette a child. However, Castor asks him to visit an old hospital with him before making his final decision. After seeing and hearing the things that were covered up by the military, he decided to comply with his father's will, to go to the empress-to-be in order to let the voices of the weak be heard by the royal family.
Hakuren and Princess Ouka go along with each other well, as they both like Teito.
His birthday is the 15th of October. Hakuren was ranked fifth in the latest popularity poll in Monthly Comic Zero Sum.
Ayanami (アヤナミ Ayanami?) Voiced by: Hayami Shou
The main antagonist, he is the man who killed Teito's 'Father' in the war against Raggs and seeks the Eye of Mikhail. Not much is shown about Ayanami's past except that he comes from a fallen noble family. Because of his birth, some colleagues dislike him and constantly give him a hard time. On the surface he is respected, as he is greeted by salutes by officers whose ranks are lower than his, but some officers talk about Ayanami disrespectfully behind his back as well. In one chapter in the manga, when the Barsburg officers hear that Ayanami is leading 500 soldiers to Antwort to reinforce them, they say that the Black Hawks (Ayanami and his personal subordinates) are monsters and they do not want to fight with them.
In many people's views, Ayanami is unfeeling and does not value humans' lives. There is opposing evidence to this viewpoint, however. In episode 19, although his subordinate, Kuroyuri, is willing to die for him, he refuses to abandon him/her even if it puts himself in danger. In one of the drama CDs, he goes to the grave of his closest Begleiter, Yukikaze, and talks to him gently.
As the Barsburg Empire's Chief of Staff, he can be a cold and merciless character who does not hesitate to kill in order to accomplish his mission. He is very dedicated to his country, and his nationalism provides the motive for many of his actions. His cruelty is shown when he holds Mikage in for questioning after Teito escaped: he gives Mikage a choice between Teito and Mikage's family. When Mikage expresses that he will not abandon Teito, Anayami possesses Mikage's soul and when Mikage finally finds Teito, he takes over his body and forces him to attack Teito. In the end, Teito and Frau are forced to kill Mikage, which takes its toll on Teito emotionally. When asked, Ayanami told Hyuuga, a member of the Black Hawks and his former classmate that it is necessary to kill Mikage in front of Teito's very own eyes so that Teito would come after him himself instead of shunning him. But it seems that he has not harmed Mikage's sister at all, even though Mikage chose Teito.
In one of the lighthearted official doujinshi titled Supreme Sugar, Ayanami is shown taking care of his pets, but all the animals are afraid of him, except for his black panthers which lick him affectionately.
It is later revealed in chapter 46 that Ayanami is the reincarnation of the spirit of Verloren. Usually Verloren reincarnates within a human body every time one dies, but Ayanami has remembered that he is Verloren. Ayanami confirms to Labrador that he wants his original body and power back, and will stop at nothing to get it. He also reveals the Seven Ghosts are actually fragments of his body so he will get them back as well. Verloren was deeply in love with the Chief of Heaven's daughter, Eve, and the Chief of Heaven accused him of killing her. When she died, he went to Earth and took people's souls in order to find hers, taking as many as possible until the Chief sent the Seven Ghosts to execute him (though they couldn't kill him because he was very powerful. They could only sealed his body and soul separately with the two Eyes). He was created by the Chief of Heaven and was considered his "Greatest Creation".
His motto is "Without strength, justice is incompetence".
Miroku (ミロク Miroku?) Voiced by: Mitsuo Senda
The chairman of the military academy who initially marks Teito as his favorite student, although it's later revealed that he only put Teito in the academy because he's the owner of The Eye of Mikhaill and Raggs successor. This is shown from the conversation with Ayanami, at chapter 10 in the anime, with the sentence: "Ever since the beginning, I did not plan to have 'that' as the army's toy or anything trivial." But he also stated that it is a waste to lose Teito and that he is strong. In the anime (episode 10), it was revealed that he was Barsburg's former Field-Marshal.
Wakaba Oak (ワカバ＝オーク Wakaba Ōku?) Voiced by: Kawahara Yoshihisa
He is the field marshal to the Barsburg army after Miroku. He is a nationalist and is cunning. For example, in episode 21, he says to the other generals that the activation of the Eye of Mikhail will give people of the former Raggs Kigdom a ray of hope. So, for the Barsburg Empire's sake, they should offer the public false information, claiming that the Eye of Raphael has malfunctioned. Marshal Oak also says that for the Barsburg Empire they must do anything, including eliminating anyone before he comes a threat to the Empire. He is also fair when he deals with his subordinates, as in episode 21, when some generals suggest demoting or executing Ayanami immediately for he has flown in the anti-aircraft zone and caused two airships to crash, Oak calms them down and after explaining the new information to the generals, even says that they should thank Ayanami (for his accidentally discovering the whereabouts of the Eye of Mikhail). He is also a confident man, as in chapter 62 he smiles and says, "Interesting", when he thinks that he is probably Ayanami's next target to remove from the army. Sometimes, Wakaba Oak acts in a silly/humorous way in order to cover his real intention, an example is that he told Hyuuga to take his son, Shuri Oak, aboard Ayanami's aircraft. It seems that he only wants his son to take a look at the Black Hawks. However, when Shuri sees Ayanami, he suddenly said to Ayanami that he is Ayanami's new Begleiter because his father had said that (to him). But Marshal Oak has neither informed nor discussed it with Ayanami before. In manga chapter 74, he was murdered by Ayanami who made it look like Wakaba died of an accident.
Shuri Oak (シュリ·オーク Shuri Ōku?) Voiced by: Miyu Irino
A student coming from the prestigious Oak family, he often verbally bullies Teito because Teito was a slave, along with two other boys who seem to be his only friends, or at least the only people who tolerate him in their company. During the final exam in which the candidates are required to kill a criminal, Shuri panics and embarrasses himself by screaming for the examiners' help. Teito saves him from an attack even though he has a grudge against him. Later, through connections with his father Field-Marshal Oak, he becomes a subordinate to Ayanami, much to the latter's annoyance. Kuroyuri even expresses a desire to kill him.
At present, he is cowardly, conceited and spoiled. As a spoiled child coming from a wealthy family, he is gauche. This is seen when he frankly and directly says Ayanami's aircraft is small compared to his father's, which displeased Ayanami for a moment. Shuri's father's high position has helped him a lot in his career (for example, if he had not been the Field-Marshal's son, he would not have been able to enter the Black Hawks). Since he acts like an idiot on the aircraft, he is seen as a nuisance. Hyuuga simply throws him out of the aircraft with the excuse that it is a good location from which Shuri can be sent to the front lines directly. He manages to survive the fall and is about to be killed before Konatsu jumps from the aircraft and saves him. When confronted with the sight of dead bodies, he breaks down and cries, saying that it is the first time he has seen corpses. He does not seem to be negatively affected for long, though. Because Konatsu is a skillful swordsman and saved his life, he idolizes him greatly, even uses "onii sama" to address Konatsu. His birthday is the 3rd of February.
He is Miroku's Begleiter. Half of his face is covered by bandages, so many facial features are obscured. He keeps an eye on Ayanami. It is yet unknown whether he does this due to Miroku's order or if he has his own reason.
Hyuuga (ヒュウガ Hyūga?) Voiced by: Kenji Hamada
One of Ayanami's close subordinates. On Hyuuga's part, he sees Ayanami as one of his friends or someone he likes. He gave Ayanami the nickname Aya-tan (the suffix. "tan", being similar to "chan") which is a diminutive considering Ayanami is Hyuuga's superior. Hyuuga shows a happy face most of the time and is very rarely seen not smiling. He is also almost never seen without a lollipop (or candy apple) in his mouth and is always wearing dark sunglasses. He is always joking, being silly and is seldom serious, for example, in manga chapter 8 he takes a lollipop he is eating out of his own mouth and offers it to Ayanami. Despite that, he has excellent swordsmanship and is very good at fighting.
He is very concerned about Ayanami, and has sworn to protect him no matter what happens. In the first drama CD, he is worried about Ayanami's health because the latter works tirelessly and does not get much sleep. Later in the drama, Ayanami tells the Black Hawks to relax in an inn, yet he excuses himself. Hyuuga follows Ayanami secretly, and when he hears Ayanami ask Yukikaze's grave "Was our meeting really...happiness to you?", he comes out from his hiding place to comfort Ayanami, saying that he is sure Yukikaze was happy. He later takes a walk with Ayanami as he wants to keep him company.
In a one-shot manga illustrated by the authors of 07-Ghost titled Begleiter, Hyuuga says that he and Ayanami were classmates. His birthday is the 8th of July. He is 187 cm tall and weighs 77 kg.
Konatsu Warren (コナツ·ウォーレン Konatsu-Wōren?) Voiced by: Daisuke Kishio
Hyuuga's young subordinate, he often gets exasperated at Hyuuga for failing to do his work. Recently, he also has to put up with Shuri, who idolizes him. He is often considered as the 'normal one' in a group of 'crazy people' as he is shown 'reaching his limit' when everyone is just messing around.
Konatsu was born to a prominent family known for being gifted with Warsfeil. However, as Konatsu was born without the powers of a Warsfeil, he is shunned by his entire family, save for his grandfather who taught him swordsmanship under the instruction that if he could join the Black Hawks and protect Verloren-sama, he might be accepted by his family. As such, Konatsu is an excellent swordsman, having never lost a battle and is the top student of the year.
With these merits, he applies for a spot on the Black Hawks and is rejected, because he is not a Warsfeil. Upon receiving his rejection, he sees Hyuuga practicing with his sword and is challenged to a match. The conditions are that if Konatsu can land one hit on Hyuuga, Hyuuga would give him his own sword.
The match is easily one-sided, with Hyuuga breaking Konatsu's arm and several of his ribs. Yet despite his clear disadvantage, Konatsu refuses to give up. After he has passed out from his injuries and Hyuuga is checking his body, Konatsu lashes out at him unconsciously, grabbing Hyuuga's throat and scoring a "hit". When Konatsu wakes up in hospital, Hyuuga is there and rewards him with his sword and a spot in the Black Hawks.
He is courteous to other colleagues. In one of the drama CDs, when he hears disappointment in Kuroyuri's voice, he tries to cheer him up by giving him a snack he likes.
He seems to be quite introspective when things go wrong. In one of the 07-Ghost bangaihens, he is swindled 200,000 yen for a pot which can supposedly make his dream about Hyuuga working hard come true. When he finds out that he is swindled, he blames himself and says he must work even harder since then.
Kuroyuri (クロユリ Kuroyuri?) Voiced by: Chiwa Saito
The youngest of Ayanami's subordinates, Kuroyuri often goes on missions with his/her best friend, Haruse. S/he is fanatically devoted to Ayanami and hates the Seven Ghosts, particularly Frau ("How dare you (Frau) use my master's precious scythe!"). Kuroyuri is good at using zaiphon in battles and has been seen sitting on piles of corpses or mutilating bodies. S/he seems to make a hobby of getting rid of people who annoy him/her by killing them, as s/he frequently asks for permission to do so.
Kuroyuri's gender is a point of contention, and is marked as "unknown" in the official anime fanbook. In an omake, Konatsu asks for an answer to which Kuroyuri's response is that it's a secret. When Hyuuga prods him/her again for an answer, Kuroyuri asks "Do you want to die?". In the manga and anime, Kuroyuri refers to him/herself as "boku", which is a form of "I" used by younger boys and tomboys in Japan. Kuroyuri also seems to be bad at cooking. In volume 2's omake, Kuroyuri cooked sashimi with strawberry jam, eggs with chocolate and a bluish food, which causes the Black Hawks members (except Konatsu) to faint after they have eaten it. Later it is revealed in one of the manga bangaihen that s/he was poisoned when s/he was a kid, and although s/he survived, his/her sense of taste was lost.
Kuroyuri has a strong relationship with Haruse, who is his/her Begleiter. In the official doujinshi titled Supreme Sugar, the wish Kuroyuri wrote and hang on the Christmas tree in Ayanami's room was "To be with Haruse Forever". His/her birthday is the 25th of September.
Haruse (ハルセ Haruse?) Voiced by: Wataru Hatano
Kuroyuri's Begleiter, who often accompanies Kuroyuri on missions. According to one of the side stories in the manga, he first saw Kuroyuri in front of a vending machine when Kuroyuri was trying to press the button for a type of pudding but he/she wasn't tall enough, and Haruse pressed the button for him/her. Surprised and afraid of being laughed at, Kuroyuri claimed that the button Haruse pressed was not what he/she had wanted to press, and he/she ran away.
It seems that Haruse is gentle. In the second drama CD, when Kuroyuri says that he/she cannot fall asleep, Haruse stays by Kuroyuri's bed until the next morning even after Kuroyuri has slept.
At present, Haruse is unconscious, as his soul seems to be 'taken' by the Eye of Mikhail when he tried to capture Teito on a mission.
Katsuragi (カツラギ Katsuragi?) Voiced by: Kazuya Nakai
Colonel, a member of the Black Hawks. According to the second drama CD, he is supposed to be a replacement for Ayanami's Begleiter. Katsuragi talks politely and seems to be good at cooking. But it seems that Ayanami does not trust him as much as he trusts other Black Hawks, as Ayanami left him behind while taking the other Black Hawks for the secret mission of infiltrating the Church in manga chapter 21. In the same chapter, Katsuragi talks with Major-General Ogi who hates Ayanami and it is shown that he works for Ogi as a spy.
In chapter 62, it is revealed that "Katsuragi" is actually Ayanami's loyal subordinate, who met the real Katsuragi on the verge of dying in the Raggs War. He took the real Katsuragi's identity card, and modified his own face in order to take the place of Katsuragi.
"Katsuragi" is very devoted to Ayanami. He said "私が愛し敬う方はアヤナミ様ただ御一人のみ (There is only one person whom I love and respect, and it is Ayanami-sama)" and "Everything I do is for the sake of Ayanami-sama".
Yukikaze (ユキカゼ Yukikaze?)
Ayanami's Begleiter mentioned in the first drama CD, to whose grave Ayanami said "There is only one Begleiter I have loved, which is you." Many people believe that the officer who appears in Ayanami's memory and says "Watashi no ou wa anata dake desu, Ayanami-sama" (I have one king only, it is you, Ayanami-sama) in manga chapter 26 is Yukikaze, since Hyuuga does not use the teineigo when he talks with Ayanami. But it is still unknown whether that officer is Yukikaze or not.
In a one-shot manga illustrated by the authors of 07-Ghost titled Begleiter, before Ayanami became the Chief of Staff, he actually had a close Begleiter, but he died to protect Ayanami in a battle. Since then, Ayanami has been rejecting anyone who applies for that position. When Hyuuga tries to persuade Ayanami to accept the fact that he can no longer have that Begleiter back, Ayanami points his sword at Hyuuga's neck.
Lazette (ラゼット Razetto?) Voiced by: Saori Hayami
A noel mermaid, who grew up with Castor, is resurrected after taking her own life in grief over Castor's death. She currently sings and plays the organ in the church. Lazette can also freely change her face into that of other people. If people eat her scales it allows them to breathe underwater.
In the anime, she seems to fear Frau, as shown when she cowers behind Teito after Frau greets her. This fact does not exist in the manga. She also takes a liking to Teito when she first met him. Also, she normally does not like strangers.
Sister Athena Voiced by: Ayako Kawasumi
One of the nuns of the church. She has blue hair and violet eyes.
Sister Rosalie Voiced by: Mamiko Noto
One of the nuns of the church. She has blonde hair and brown eyes. She is a bit clumsy. She also suspected Frau as one of the "07-Ghosts."
Sister Libelle Voiced by: Kaori Nazuka
One of the nuns of the church. She has pink hair and blue eyes.
Jio (ジオ Jio?)
The Archbishop at the church with one scarred eye. He is the leader of the Bishops and suspects spies in the church.
Bastien (バスティン Basutin?) Voiced by: Daisuke Kirii
The Assistant Archbishop strong in healing Zaiphon, he oversees the teaching of acolytes (people who will take the exam to become a priest). He was Frau's teacher in the past, and is his most important person. He is later revealed to be a spy under Ayanami. He was killed by Frau in his Ghost form for his crime of using black magic to kill murderers who seek salvation. He was reincarnated as a sprout of a long-lived tree in the church's garden.
The daughter of the Chief of Heaven. Her appearance resembles Teito, despite gender. She lost her way in the forest and was about to enter a restricted area when Verloren saw her and stopped her in time. She was surprised at first, as he was in the form of a hooded skeleton, but when she said she wanted to see his expressions, he responded by turning into a human face that looked almost the same as Ayanami's, at which she was surprised and exclaimed, "Why do you turn into such a beautiful form all of a sudden!".
She said that Verloren was gentle despite his appearance, because he made a type of flower to alleviate the suffering of the dead on their way to purgatory. Verloren denied it, saying that if he took away the pain, more people would want to give up life.
Roseamanelle Ouka Barsburg (ロゼアマネル＝オウカ＝バルスブルグ Rozeamaneru Ouka Barusuburugu?)
The Barsburg Empire's princess and the present host of the Eye of Raphael. She once ran away from the Royal Palace to realize her dream to be free and to avoid the King's orders to become someone that she would not be, because she wants to be a doctor. She has a little dragon called Kururu, whom she considers to be like a sister to her. Though she does not seem to remember it, she was the one who invoked the Eye of Raphael and attacked the Raggs Kingdom, Teito's home. She admired Teito for his courage and agreed to visit the next God House with him, but they were soon attacked by Wars. At first, she mistook Teito as a God House member because of his clothes, but the issue was quickly cleared up. Frau mistakes Teito taking Ouka on a date, which embarrassed both of them. Like Teito, she thinks Frau is a pervert. She gives Teito a jewel that belonged to her mother as a farewell gift and in exchange he gave her a doll he made which she said she would always treasure. Before parting, they told each other their real names, causing the Eye of Raphael to activate and attempt to kill Teito, but she snapped out of it upon Hakuren's arrival.
In manga chapter 65, it's revealed that Ouka had been brainwashed so that the army could release the full power of Raphael's Eye.
Gyokuran & Kikune
They are Ouka's attendants. In Japanese, Gyokuran means Magnolia Flowers. Kiku means chrysanthemum and ne can mean root.
Ouka's friend and partner, she is a fyulong dragon. She did not want to befriend Burupya at first, but later told him to learn the human language so they can talk.
A child who was sold into slavery by his mother. He is rescued by Teito and Frau as they flee the Barsburg Church, and joins them in their journey to the 'Land of Seele'. Capella gained the ability to use the healing style of zaiphon after being told by Teito that they were going to the Fourth District in search of his mother. Capella later learns he can also use offensive zaiphon but is told by Teito to not use it. His name means: "Church style".
A servant who took care of Teito during Teito's days of being a slave, Teito said that once he enters the military he will free her. She has a scar on her neck as punishment for her carelessness under her previous master. To the present day, she still keeps a picture of Teito and all the little things (sparkly stones, flowers, etc.) that Teito had given her, which goes to show how much she still cherishes him. She is the only female character in the series so far who's truly important to Teito, as she is the closest thing he has to a mother.
A butler at the Hausen House. He served Xinglu, and is still saddened about his death, after 10 years.
Yuki & Suzu
Both are combat slaves from Antwort. They were captured by Hyuuga in battle, however, once the king of Antwort was killed Ayanami freed them. They decided to join him anyway since they like strong people. They sent a Wars after Teito to test him and in chapter 47 they met Teito in person. They got along great since they speak Raggs dialect and enjoy singing, they later left Teito's group with a letter saying goodbye. Although they are hesitant to fight him, they will if ordered to.
Yuki is more careful, while his elder brother, Suzu, is more outgoing. Since they speak only Raggs' language, only a few people can understand them (Ayanami being one of them), but both are able to recognize people's strengths immediately. For example, they noticed Teito's hands were the same as theirs, that is, those that have killed many people, and they noticed that Frau was surrounded by darkness that would devour them if they approached carelessly. Just like Teito, they are able to completely hide their presence, and Hyuuga stated that it took him one minute to catch them so they were just as strong as Teito.
Close friend to Labrador, who was once Ilyusha. He is a Wars, but has a human conscience. Ilyusha helps his sister, Lirin, with her illness by giving her the petals of the Flower of Eden. However, it cost Ilyusha's own body to mutation. Teito saw his memories and told that him that Ilyusha chose to die to save his sister. Lem broke the seal and release Profe, killing the Wars controlling him at the same time.
A breed of dragon that Mikage's reincarnation belongs to, and they have ancient knowledge surpassing humans and are capable of telepathic communication. The head dragon was able to see Frau was Zehel and understand the Chief of Heaven's actions. She wanted Buryupya (Mikage's reincarnation) back and blamed Zehel for stealing him away from her, yet she also understands how precious Mikage was to them, so, before she left with Buryupa, she showed Teito Mikage's past life memories once more. When she flies away with Buryupya, Buryupya decides to go back to Teito. Upon ascertaining that her son was happy with Teito, she let her son go.
Fea Kreuz (フェア·クロイツ Fea Kuroitsu?) Voiced by: [Hidenobu Kiuchi]]
He is one of the Seven Ghosts, Vertrag. He is also the blood brother of the Raggs' King, who is Teito's blood father. Fea Kreuz took Teito into a church and raised him. When Teito was a child, he taught him many things, including the majority of the church's writings. After he found out that the Pope had put Pandora's Box into Teito's body, he brought Teito to Raggs' king immediately, who saved Teito's life by putting the Eye of Mikhail into him. When Barsburg invaded Raggs because the Pandora's Box was lost, Raggs' king told Fea Kreuz to escape with Teito. Fea Kreuz was excommunicated from the Church for stealing the Pandora's Box.
Lance (ランセ Ranse?) Voiced by: Kōichi Tōchika
A flamboyant bishop who is one of the organizers of the priesthood examination and oversees it. He considers Frau his rival. It has been revealed that he is one of the Ghosts, Rilect. His powers revolve around viewing the past.
Mark (マルク Maruku?)
One of the trio bodyguards of Tiashe. Appeared during flash back. It seems he was a skilled swordsman. He was the first one who encountered Hyuuga and got killed in manga chapter 64.
Karan (カラン Karan?)
One of the trio bodyguards of Tiashe. Appeared during flash back. He always wears muffler. He was an orphan raised in church. Before leaving Tiashe, he gave him his muffler. He died in Hyuuga's hand.
Agas (アガス Agasu?)
One of the trio bodyguards of Tiashe. Appeared during flash back. He often plays 'Toss-Me-Up' with Tiashe. He died due to Raphael's attack.
Princess Veanessa Antwort (ヴェアネッサ Veanessa?)
Daughter of King Antwort. She became the queen of Raggs through a political marriage with Kromm Raggs (Teito's father). She loves King Kromm but the other party truly loves is Millea (Teito's mother), a concubine, which makes her very sad and angry, and she can't stand the sight of Teito, because Millea lives on through him, and has thought of hiding him up or killing him, but she didn't do it in the end, instead, handing him to the Pope, believing the Pope's words that her sins will be forgiven if she handed Teito to the Pope. (manga chapter 67)
Main article: List of 07 Ghost chapters
07 Ghost is currently serialized in the shōjo manga magazine Monthly Comic Zero Sum published by Ichijinsha. 11 compilation volumes have been released as of January 2011, and the manga is ongoing. It has been licensed in North America by Go! Comi. The North American release has taken much care for the quality of the licensed version; the production team was nominated for Eisner Award for Best Presentation of Japanese Material last year, with the finest translation and the highest production values.
The first drama CD was released in 2007, known as Kamisama ni Todoku Koibumi. It features many of the same voice actors that will be reprising their roles for the anime.
The second drama CD was released in February 2009 entitled "The Day of Retribution".It is priced at 2500 yen, is 70 minutes long, and features the same voice cast for the previous CD and the anime, and a bonus track of the cast's comments and a specially drawn jacket/cover by the manga artist are also included. In October the same year, another drama CD was released, titled "The Top News Headlines".
There is a special drama CD released in 2009, priced at 1000 yen.
The company has been releasing Animate genteiiban (meaning limited version) DVDs since autumn 2009. . Thirteen mini-dramas are included in these DVDs as privileges. The first mini-drama features Teito and Mikage, the second Teito and Frau, t