List of Trinity Blood Characters

List Of Trinity Blood Characters

This is a list of the major characters featured in Trinity Blood, a series of twelve Japanese light novels written by Sunao Yoshida that has since been adapted into both manga and anime television series. The characters here have been grouped by their affiliation with the major political powers in the series. In addition to providing a brief overview of each character's personality and role in the series, any important differences between the novel, manga, and anime appearances of that character will be noted. All character names are written in Western order using the official English language spellings.

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