—Troude to Perne.
Troude first appears in Chapter 12x, where he first notices that someone has broken into the Dandelion Gang's hideout. After a brief exchange with Perne, he sets off to search for Salem and meet the enemy in battle. The enemy turns out to be Leif's army, and after Perne is recruited into its ranks, he can speak to Troude to get him to join its cause.
Troude then goes on to continue supporting Leif in his cause to liberate Northern Thracia from the Grannvale Empire. He disappears thereafter, and rumours state that he most likely returns to being a mercenary.
Given his limited screen-time in Thracia 776, not much is known of Troude. But from what has been presented of him, it can be deduced that he is a quiet and serious person. Troude is also known to be staunchly loyal to Perne, whom he serves without question or hesitation.
|12x||Enemy||Talk with Perne|
|Nihil||Sword - B||Silver Sword|
|Item Required||Promoted Class|
- Supports give a bonus to Hit, Critical, Avoid, and Dodge
- Supporting characters must be within a three tile radius for the support to come into effect
Subjective: The following part of this article is based upon the editor's personal experiences and opinions, and therefore may not be applicable for all readers.
Troude's PCC is only 1, while all the other sword fighters have a PCC of at least 3. He does, however, have a base Sword rank of B, which lets him use many powerful swords, including magic swords. This helps to remedy his poor PCC to a small extent.
Troude is a satisfactory unit overall, and a decent addition to your army should you choose to add more sword users to it.
—Troude's death quote in Thracia 776
—Troude's escape quote in Thracia 776
As an Enemy
—Troude's battle quote in Thracia 776.
—Troude's death quote in Thracia 776.
—Troude's quote if released after capture in Thracia 776.
Troude - The Man Called Death Itself (死神とよばれた男 Shinigami to yoba reta otoko)
- "Immediately after the war's end, Trude slipped away in all the confusion. Nearby witnesses claim he vanished into thin air. Little is known for certain, but several legends state that he returned to his old life as a sellsword."
Troude is a surname derived from Thorold, coming in turn from Thorvaldr (meaning 'ruled by Thor').