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Triangle Strategy characters – try hard to find them all


Are you setting out on a fresh mission through Norzelia, or just want to find all the possible recruits that Serenoa can find? Well, this Triangle Strategy characters guide is here to help, giving you a full rundown of the crew you can amass as you set out to save the kingdom from itself. A lot of this depends on your conviction, so what sort of leader will you choose to be?

In our Triangle Strategy characters guide we’re going to break down the main story characters, and the possible recruits, to let you know exactly what you need to do to find the many different characters it’s possible to meet. While politics divides this nation, your actions and conviction can convince some to join your cause, strengthen your convictions and choose your path.

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Here’s our guide to the Triangle Strategy characters

Main Triangle Strategy characters

Triangle Strategy characters: Ket art for the game Triangle Strategy shows an illustration of a young male character with brown hair, holding a sword

Serenoa Wolffort

Your conduit on this journey, Serenoa is the character you control, the heir to House Wolffort, and the arbiter of much of the coming conflict throughout your journey in Norzelia. A lot of Serenoa’s personality is decided by your actions, your choices, and your votes on the scales of conviction. However, he still appears generally as a noble, caring, and virtuous leader who wants what is best for the kingdom, his friends, and his betrothed Frederica.

Serenoa is also known as a fearsome fighter, the only son of Lord Symon Wolffort, and is expected to carry on the legacy of the infamous house in the future. His mother died before the events of the game, and in the opening moments, we learn that Serenoa was betrothed to Frederica in the hopes of strengthening the union between Aesfrost and Glenbrook.

Triangle Strategy characters: Key art for the game Triangle Strategy shows an illustration of a young man with blonde hair, wearing a shoal

Roland Glenbrook

A young prince, and heir to the throne of (naturally) Glenbrook, Roland is a noble warrior and one of the playable main characters in Triangle Strategy. Much of the story revolves around Roland’s birthright, as well as attempts from others to oust him from the throne and destroy his family. Serenoa decides to aid Roland, but that decision gets tested in many heartbreaking ways over the course of the story.

Roland has a kind nature, and this led to him once saving Hughette Bucklar from bandits on an expedition. Hughette repaid this kindness by joining the king’s guard and promising to guard Roland with her life.

Triangle Strategy characters: Key art for the game Triangle Strategy shows an illustration of a young woman with pink hair, and a regal looking red outfit

Frederica Aesfrost

Players are first introduced to Frederica when she arrives at the port of House Wolffort with Geela Briesse, ready to arrange her marriage to her betrothed, Serenoa Wolffort. With her distinct pink hair, Frederica is a Roselle, a nation of people from Roselia who have been pushed into servitude in the nation of Norzellia. Her father is the previous archduke Zigmunt Aesfrost, but her mother was his concubine and so she was born out of wedlock and is looked down on as a Roselle.

She hopes to help bring peace to the nation with her marriage to Serenoa, and the strengthening of the union between the two nations. However as conflict erupts, she sticks with Serenoa and follows his choices and convictions, before she finds out much more about her Rosellian lineage, testing her connection to Serenoa.

Triangle Strategy characters: Key art for the game Triangle Strategy shows an illustration of a middle aged man with slender glasses and a slim frame

Benedict Pascal

A master tactician and the steward of House Wolffort. Benedict fought alongside Lord Symon in the great saltiron war, as well as his friend and comrade Erador Ballentine. Known for his strategic mind, Benedict has helped the Wolffort family in countless battles over the years, and eventually swore to protect Serenoa with his life.

On one excursion in the past, he helped Lord Symon attack a village known as the Jackes clan. Despite being enemies, Benedict took pity on the fallen from the battle and gave them proper burials. After the battle, Benedict found a lone child, and showing compassion he decided to take in the child and give them his own name. That child is now known as Anna Pascal.

Triangle Strategy characters: Key art for the game Triangle Strategy shows an illustration of a young woman wearing furs

Hughette Buclar

Once just a commoner and a hawk-tamer, Hughette was saved by Roland years ago and this inspired her to train as a warrior and protect Roland from there on out. She joined the Glenbrook king’s guard and stands by Roland’s side throughout the story from chapter two onwards. She has the unique class of hawkbow, and uses her mount to travel great distances during battle, making her a wonderful option for ranged attacks.

Triangle Strategy characters: Key art for the game Triangle Strategy shows an illustration of a young women with dark hair, glasses, and a wand

Geele Breisse

A physician from the nation of Hyzante, Geele eventually left the oppressive state to instead serve the country of Aesfrost, and because of her intelligence was appointed the tutor for Frederica. Though she was originally cold towards the princess, she warmed to her because of her personality, and now follows Frederica as her mentor and friend. Using her knowledge and skills as a physician, Geele is a fantastic healer and deals impressive magical damage.

Triangle Strategy characters: Key art for the game Triangle Strategy shows an illustration of a young women in a thief's outfit

Anna Pascal

Born to the Jackes clan, enemies of House Wolffort, Anna’s village and parents were attacked and killed by House Wolffort. However, she was taken in by Benedict Pascal out of mercy and trained to be a warrior to protect House Wolffort. Her espionage skills led to Benedict training her as a spy, and she still respects Benedict completely as a father. While she searches for the truth behind her parentage, she still loves and respects Benedict, despite the actions of House Wolffort.

Triangle Strategy characters: Key art for the game Triangle Strategy shows an illustration of a young but broad man, posturing with strength

Erador Ballentine

A soldier under House Wolffort during the saltiron wars, Erador is a close friend to Lord Symon as well as Benedict Pascal. While Benedict has the mind of a tactician, Erador often uses brute force and his bravado to win battles and serves as a shield master throughout the main campaign. He has a lighthearted and jovial nature and works to keep spirits high despite everything that happens during the main campaign.

Triangle Strategy characters: Key art for the game Triangle Strategy shows an illustration of two different characters. A wizard dressed in blue, and a young man with furs and a bow

Triangle Strategy story recruits

  • Corentin Jenner – choose to visit Hyzante in chapter three
  • Rudolph Mueller – choose to visit Aesfrost in chapter three

Triangle Strategy characters: Key art for the game Triangle Strategy shows an illustration of three different character, but they are masked by a black overlay

Triangle Strategy story spoiler recruits

  • Maxwell Trier – 750 morality and 1,050 liberty in chapter fifteen
  • Milo Yuelle – visit Symon in chapter fifteen
  • Trish – protect Roselle in chapter eleven, investigate Roselle village in chapter fifteen
  • Travis – surrender Roselle in chapter eleven, investigate Roselle village in chapter fifteen
  • Cordelia Glenbrook – deal with the royalists in chapter fifteen
  • Avlora – you must take the golden route

Triangle Strategy characters: Key art for the game Triangle Strategy shows an illustration of several different characters

Optional recruits

This table lists the characters you can recruit, and then the respective morality, liberty, or utility points you will need to encounter them on your journey. You add these points to Serenoa’s conviction as you make choices, help people, and vote on the scales of conviction, on your journey through Norzellia. The character will appear on your map as you progress through the story as long as you have gained enough of the applicable points, and you must interact with them to gain them in your party.

Name Morality Liberty Utility
Narve Oparyn 110 275
Hossabara Freyya 110 275
Julio Lightman 275  – 110
Lionel Khapita  – 400
Picoletta  – 450
Jens Macher 450  –
Ezana Qlinka  – 500 400
Medina Alliam 500 400
Archibald Genoe 400  – 500
Groma Jurgina  – 750 1,050
Flanagan Groot 1,050 750
Decimal 1,600  –
Quahuag  –  – 1,600
Giovanna  – 1,600

That just about covers it, folks, that is every single character in Triangle Strategy and how to find them. If you’re looking to find the elusive true ending and uncover those secret characters be sure to also check out our Triangle Strategy golden route guide to find the answer to true peace in the kingdom of Norzellia.

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