|Last Exile character|
Lucciola playing chess with Dio Eraclea
|First appearance||Arbiter Attack|
|Last appearance||Castling Lucciola|
|Created by||Range Murata|
|Voiced by|| Japanese |
Stefano De Filippis
|Date of birth||G.D648|
|Date of death||G.D665|
|Occupation||Dio Eraclea's bodyguard|
|Known relatives||Cicada (brother)|
Personality & CharacterEdit
Luciola is usually very formal, referring to his charge as "Lord Dio" most of the time. He is also very protective of Dio, but willing to go along with whatever his master is up to at the moment, even if it might be dangerous.
Lucciola is one year older than Dio.
Skills & AbilitiesEdit
He appears solemn and sad, however these characteristics compliment his poise. Lucciola's garments can change between longer flowing robes and a form-fitting suit seemingly at his command, as seen before his battle with Cicada.
Lucciola was originally given to Dio as a present by Delphine. He didn't have a name until Dio gave him one. Though Delphine intended for Lucciola to be only a servant, he and Dio came to consider each other as friends.
Guild Vs Silvana & Dio After ImmelmanEdit
Race at Horizon 8Edit
Stay On SilvanaEdit
Empress Sophia's Inauguration & Delphine's VisitEdit
Hunt for Exile & Celebrating Dio's BirthdayEdit
Delphine's Arrival & Captured ComradesEdit
This event is a true turning point in the relation between Lucciola and Dio. While Dio and Claus are on a mission to capture Exile, Delphine takes control of the Silvana in order to retrieve her brother so he can face what she calls his "destiny". Rather than protecting Dio, Lucciola aids Delphine in his capture. Dio consequently slaps Lucciola due to frustration and disappointment.
Return to The GuildEdit
Freeing Dio & Saving ClausEdit
When Claus and Alvis plead with Lucciola to help them escape with Dio, Lucciola repents and leads them to a vanship. He gives Alvis a Guild communication device that will allow her to contact the Silvana's Claudia Unit. He then sets off to confront Maestro Delphine, setting off several explosions behind him.
Cicada's Fall & Request Before DeathEdit
Lucciola fights and kills Cicada, then requests that Delphine grant Dio his freedom. Delphine instructs Lucciola to take her ring; Lucciola does so, and is disintegrated.
Lucciola's death was a tragic loss to Dio. After Dio regained his right state of mind, he would forever honor his memory by never allowing another person touch the controls of the navi compartment.
Notes & TriviaEdit
- Lucciola's name means "firefly" in Italian.
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