|Last Exile - Fam, The Silver Wing character|
Alauda aboard the Impetus
|First appearance||Open File|
|Last appearance||Queening Square|
|Created by||Range Murata|
|Voiced by||Japanese |
As the Federation of Ades' top intelligence agent, Alauda reports directly to Luscinia Hāfez. Involved in secret intelligence, assassinations, and so forth, he supports Luscinia's military rule from the shadows.
Alauda was later killed by Dio Eraclea when he and his assassins tried to infiltrate the Silvius for the second time.
Personality[edit | edit source]
At first when Alauda was seen during the Grand Race, Alauda was quite talkative comparing to an introverted Luscinia. Alauda was seen quite sociable and understanding as seen when he kept advising Luscinia not to frighten young Millia out with his somber look and smile instead. He was also seen smiling briefly while explaining Luscinia's inept attitude to Farahnāz Augusta. But 10 years later when he reappeared in the series, it seemed as if Luscinia and he swapped their personalities. Once introverted Luscinia now more free and an expert politician where areas Alauda who used to be more sociable than Luscinia has become a silent assassin. He is rarely seen talking. Unlike before he doesn't advice Luscinia in his work anymore instead serves as his loyal servant. Alauda barely shows any emotion now. He had the same expressionless look he always wear even at the moment of his death.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Alauda is named after the skylark of the same name.
- Alauda has the Greek alphabet 'Ψ' (Psi) engraved on his forehead. The reason is unknown.
- It is highly implied in the series that Alauda is the twin brother of Luscinia. But it is never directly mentioned.
Quotes[edit | edit source]
- "Be careful, Luscinia. You're frightening her." (To Luscinia)
- "Should one of us fall then the other will continue till the very end. That's how we atone for the sin of surviving that day 10 years ago." (To Luscinia)
- "Luscinia wishes a word with you." (To Millia)
- "A scion of the White." (To Dio)