Fugil Arcadia
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Japanese フギル・アーカディア
Rōmaji Fujiru Akadia
Personal Information
Species Human
Gender Male
Age 20
Status Alive
Relatives Lux Arcadia (younger half-brother)

Airi Arcadia (younger half-sister)

Partner(s) Bahamut (Former)
Manga Chapter 3

Fugil Arcadia (フギル・アーカディア Fugiru Ācadia) is one of the main antagonists of the series. He is Lux's elder half-brother from a different mother and was also a prince of the former Arcadia Empire. Despite his prominent role on a coup that led to Old Empire's downfall five years ago, where he slaughtered all aristocrats and nobility, Fugil instead fled from the fallen kingdom and become rogue since the aftermath, making him as his half brother's and his friend's prominent rival and enemy.


Fugil appears to be a handsome young man who is seen have a silver short hair and wearing nobility attire.


Fugil appears to be a cheerful young man who cares a lot about his brother Lux during his days of the old empire. Behind his benevolence however masks his more sinister side as he will use anything and anyone in order to achieve his ideal. He can be very manipulative towards people he come in contact with and use them for his ulterior motives. Five years ago he used Lux to destroy the old empire for unknown reason as he even killed most of his family members without remorse. Strangely, Fugil seemly interested by Lux's progress where he use anyone (such as Velvet, Balzeride and even Hayes) to defeat his brother just to witness his resolve.


When Fugil was born, his father abandoned him and his mother, while he growing older, he hated his father for what he did. One day he bumped into Lux and then they end up being close friends later on. When Lux introduced him to his family, he was in shock to find out that his father was actually Lux's, making him as Lux's half brother.

Ries Island ArcEdit


  • Prior to the coup, Fugil seemly the original owner of Bahamut before bestowed it to Lux prior his departure.
  • In spite his antagonistic rivalry against Lux, most of Fugil's motive are remain ambiguous.