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"Let the pure white souls ascend to the heavens... and be free."

Larcade Dragneel in "White Dragneel"

Larcade Dragneel (ラーケイド・ドラグニル Rākeido Doraguniru) is part of the Alvarez Empire as one of the Spriggan 12, the protection guard of Emperor Spriggan,[7] and is among its three strongest members, alongside Irene Belserion and August.[8] He is the son of Zeref Dragneel[2] and Mavis Vermilion.[3]

Appearance

Larcade appears

Larcade's appearance

Larcade is a well-built young man, with his most noticeable features being his upward spiky blond hair that comes as far as his shoulder blades on his back, as well as a large white cross symbol donning on his forehead. He has sharp eyes with an accentuated design around the crust of them, while also possess one noticeable earring to go along with a tight necklace that has a circular ornament attached to it. For clothing, he wears a golden-colored kasaya that has a rectangular pattern (similar to Natsu Dragneel's scarf) that covers one-half of his body while the other half is exposed. A white sash is also tied around the upper part of the garb that streaks to hip to go with one around his waist as well. On his left arm, he has an intricate light green tribal tattoo with a decorative armband wrapped around it, while the mark of the Alvarez Empire resides on his left shoulder. He wears dark colored capris to go with a simple set of open-toed footwear. To complete his outfit is two large sliver cross boards that appear as crosses that are diagonally placed on top of each other.[4]

Personality

From what has been shown of him, he seems to be of a peaceful nature, evident by the calm passage he delivered to the Lamia Scale members he came across after he removed the souls from their bodies. He also has been seen to have his hands in a praying format, adding on to his tranquil persona.[9] As mentioned by Invel, he can be very irresponsible, with him repeatedly failing to attend the meetings when summoned for his Spriggan 12 duties.[10] However, he is loyal towards his comrades, as he saved a captured Dimaria from Lamia Scale mages[11] and when Zeref, told him his Magic was affecting his allies as well, he immediately stopped.[12] He also believes that friendship is one of the worlds greatest beauties, as when he witnessed Dimaria hugging Brandish.[13]

He holds his father, Zeref, in high regard, as he said he wouldn't be able to face him if he didn't attempt to pay their enemies back for the decimation of Alvarez's military.[14] Larcade is also extremely jealous of the love his uncle gets from his father, as from the time he was born, he received no love from his own father.[15] This lack of love has made his personality unstable, causing him to rather suddenly transition from his usual calm, decorous approach to battle (and life in general) to one of sadism and schadenfreude.[16]

History

Larcade was born of Zeref Dragneel, the emperor of the Alvarez Empire, and Mavis Vermilion under unknown circumstances,[3] and has been gifted with immense power since birth. Due to his father's curse, Larcade went unloved from the time he was a child, and now wavers between the paths of light and darkness as a result, which greatly affected his mental state.[17]

Synopsis

Alvarez Empire arc

In light of the upcoming war between Ishgar and the Alvarez Empire, and their subsequent fight to retrieve Fairy Heart, Larcade receives an immediate summons to attend a meeting between Zeref (Emperor Spriggan) and the entirety of the Spriggan 12, but because of his immediate location within the extremely vast expanse of Alakitasia, he finds himself unable to attend.[18]

Larcade finds Dimaria

Larcade comes to Dimaria's aid

Larcade, along with Irene and Bloodman, are ordered by Zeref to mobilize from the northern Ishgar border and to eliminate any resistance while heading towards Fairy Tail,[19] successfully annihilating the Sabertooth and Blue Pegasus alliance.[20] After Irene alters the climate of Mt. Zonia, she calls for the two to prepare themselves to head into battle once again as opposing Ishgar reinforcements have arrived.[7] Later, after the casting of Irene's Universe One, Larcade finds a captured Dimaria escaping from some Lamia Scale Mages who are trying to retrieve her. He vanquishes their souls to the heavens, watching their bodies fall to ground as he moves towards Dimaria, telling her he has come for his fellow Shield; the latter pronouncing his name in a state of surprise by his arrival.[9]

Larcade then takes Dimaria to the Fairy Tail Guild's new location, where he reconvenes with the other Spriggan 12 members and one million Alvarez soldiers. There, Larcade stands beside August and Invel, and comments upon Brandish and Dimaria's friendship, only to receive a hateful glare from August; Larcade comments that he is the only one August dislikes, which Invel remarks is because Larcade never answers the general's summons.[21] Larcade then stands alongside the emperor and the rest of the Spriggan 12 in an intimidating battle formation.[22]

Larcade enters the battlefield

Larcade appears before his enemies

Larcade eventually descends onto the battlefield and appears in front of Yukino, Sorano and their accompanying Exceed, where he insults the appearance of Fairy Law. Larcade states that he needs to repay the enemy in kind for dwindling their forces, otherwise he would not be able to face his father. The Spriggan 12 reiterates his claim of paying the enemy back before casting his Magic in the form of a bright light across the battlefield, which causes most (but not all, and including some allies) to be afflicted with extreme amounts of pleasure. As a result of this, Larcade is telepathically contacted by Zeref to cease his actions, which he does; the Spriggan 12 then explains the workings of his Magic, Pleasure, to those present, and directly assaults Yukino and the Exceed, overwhelming them with pleasure. However, his Magic is cut away by the arriving Kagura Mikazuchi, who finds it hard to believe that Larcade, a user of white light, is Zeref's follower; Larcade responds that he is not Zeref's follower, but is rather his son.[23]

Larcade goes on to introduce himself as a Dragneel to his foes, citing that Zeref and Natsu are brothers, and that he is the latter's nephew before expressing his interest in meeting the man that his father unforgivably loves more than him. Larcade then attacks Kagura with blades of light, which she parries (the mountain he is sitting on is also bifurcated), before turning his Pleasure tendrils on her, which she escapes from by biting her own tongue. A surprised Larcade has the gap between him and Kagura closed, her speed being something he commends; he easily blocks her unsheathed Archenemy and tells her that he is among the three who are above the rest of the 12. Reveling in her despair, Larcade blocks her second swing and fatally injures the Mermaid Heel Mage, deriding her with his hope that her soul will ascend and be free. With Kagura out of the way, Larcade turns his tendrils back on Yukino and, rather psychotically, tells her to die.[24]

Larcade nearly succeeds in killing Yukino, but his attempt is thwarted by Sting, who jumps out from nearby and knocks him away. Amused at his new contender, Larcade attacks him with Pleasure, but, to his surprise, Sting eats his Magic, citing that white things don't work on him as he is the White Dragon Slayer. The Shield of Spriggan then smiles when Sting angrily points out that he and Natsu smell exactly alike.[25]

Magic and Abilities

Pleasure

Pleasure in effect

Pleasure (快楽 Kairaku): Larcade's primary Magic involves with casting both "pleasure and pain" to its targets, only affecting those who have experienced the "forbidden" pleasures of life, and cannot be avoided by those people; those affected are struck with pleasure so intense that, if experienced for long enough, causes them to die as their very souls are lifted from their bodies. The caster cast this Magic into one that quantifies a large radius, though this has the drawback of affecting allies who may be otherwise qualify to be affected. However, it also appears that Pleasure can be directed on a small group of people, even if they don't meet the its requirements, and overload them with pleasure regardless. This version of the Magic takes the appearance of tentacles that grab the targets, but the tangible nature of this kind of attack also means that the tentacles can be severed, thus allowing those attacked to be freed.[9][26] Pleasure can also be cast as blades of light that cut and destroy the terrain it contacts.[27]

Soul of the Wicked Meal (悪食の魂 Akujiki no Kon: Larcade's next Magic to target yet another of human primary needs; upon activation, this Magic causes its target to feel immense hunger. It is most effective against a group of enemies as, after a short while of this Magic being in effect, they begin to view each other as illusions of food, unable to resist the urge to consume them. This Magic can be stopped either through the sheer will of its target, or the affected being physically harmed in order to come to their senses.[28]

Larcade activates the Eternal Sleep of Death

Larcade activates the Eternal Sleep of Death

R.I.P.: Larcade's third Magic deals with the primary need of one to sleep and once in effect, the target is unable to resist a sudden feeling of drowsiness. Even though Sting attempted to negate its effects through causing pain to himself, it was proven futile and eventually, the only partial counter to this ability has been shown to be Rogue's shadows, as entering them sharpens one's senses. Larcade has stated the final stage of this Magic to be the moment of its target closing their eyes, that is when they enter a state of slumber from which they cannot wake up.[29]

Immense Strength: Larcade is shown to have an enormous amount of physical strength, being able to easily parry multiple strikes from Mermaid Heel's strongest Mage, Kagura Mikazuchi while her sword was unsheathed, using only two fingers. Larcade is also able to tear through human flesh with his bare hands.[30]

Immense Reflexes: Larcade has extraordinary reflexes, as he was able to parry both of the extremely nimble Kagura's sword swings at close-range and then proceed to completely outmaneuver her.[30]

Immense Magic Power: As a member of the Spriggan 12, Larcade boasts an insurmountable amount of Magic Power; his levels of strength are stated to be on par with those of the strongest Mage Ishgar has to offer: God Serena,[31] and were compared to that of fellow Spriggan Brandish μ's own,[32][33] someone renowned for toppling entire nations single-handedly,[34] and whose Magic Power exceeds Makarov Dreyar's own caliber.[35] When sensed, Mavis Vermilion sweat and trembled, questioning the nature of his magic. Zeref called him his "secret weapon", having the potential to defeat Acnologia.[36]

Quotes

  • (To Lamia Scale members): "Let the pure white souls ascend to the heavens... and be free."[9]

Battles & Events

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Fairy Tail Manga: Volume 58 Cover
  2. 2.0 2.1 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 508, Page 21
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 509, Page 19
  4. 4.0 4.1 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 493, Page 20
  5. 5.0 5.1 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 465, Page 7
  6. 6.0 6.1 Fairy Tail Zero Manga: Chapter 1, Page 7
  7. 7.0 7.1 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 484, Page 18
  8. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 509, Page 15
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 493, Pages 18-19
  10. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 494, Page 12
  11. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 493, Pages 18-19
  12. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 508, Pages 15-16
  13. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 494, Page 10
  14. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 508, Page 4
  15. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 509, Pages 3-6
  16. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 509, Pages 15-19
  17. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 509, Pages 3-4
  18. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 452, Pages 8-9
  19. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 466, Pages 12-13
  20. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 480, Pages 12-13
  21. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 494, Pages 10-11
  22. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 494, Page 15
  23. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 508, Pages 5-21
  24. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 509, Pages 5-19
  25. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 510, Pages 14-19
  26. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 508, Pages 17-18
  27. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 509, Page 7
  28. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 511, Pages 6-10
  29. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 512, Pages 5-9
  30. 30.0 30.1 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 509, Pages 14-16
  31. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 440, Pages 19-20
  32. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 443, Page 25
  33. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 446, Page 8
  34. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 452, Pages 11-12
  35. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 443, Page 17
  36. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 494, Page 13

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