The Alliance Alive details Badr, Blue, and Fiend

Meet the latest three characters.

The Alliance Alive

FuRyu has updated the Japanese official website for The Alliance Alive with profiles for three new characters: Badr, Blue, and a tribe called Fiend.

Get the information below.


  • Race: Monster
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: Unknown

The Alliance Alive

A monster who violently rules over the rain capital Svarna. He takes advantage of the fact that the Asmodians entrusted him to rule over the humans of rain world, and devotes himself to utmost evil.


  • Race: Asmodian
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: Unknown

The Alliance Alive

An Asmodian who has the economy of this world under his thumb through his business of water from “The Blue Oasis,” the sole oasis of the burning world. He is respectful and tolerant towards those of high capability regardless of race.


The Alliance Alive

A tribe that is subordinate to the Asmodians. They have a beast-like appearance, and while more powerful than humans, they have little basic intelligence, and many of them are violent and lack reason.

The Alliance Alive is due out for 3DS in Japan on June 22. A demo is available now on the Nintendo eShop.

View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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