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When Nina points out that [[El/Mugaro|Mugaro]] displayed the ability the make the [[Green Stone|green stones]] used on demon slaves disappear, Bacchus decides to confirm whether Mugaro is the child Sofiel is searching for. To Bacchus and [[Hamsa]]'s shock, Mugaro does possess mismatched eyes.
 
When Nina points out that [[El/Mugaro|Mugaro]] displayed the ability the make the [[Green Stone|green stones]] used on demon slaves disappear, Bacchus decides to confirm whether Mugaro is the child Sofiel is searching for. To Bacchus and [[Hamsa]]'s shock, Mugaro does possess mismatched eyes.
   
Ultimately, Bacchus does not inform Sofiel about Mugaro. When Sofiel manages to capture Mugaro anyway, she takes Bacchus and Hamsa and brings all three to the [[Vanaheimr]]. Sofiel imprisons Bacchus and Hamsa as punishment for withholding information. Bacchus claims his reason for doing so is because "he felt like it." When Sofiel calls Bacchus a fool, Bacchus later asks what the gods are planning to use the Holy Child for. Sofiel explains to Bacchus that Gabriel feels that "humans have lost their way" and that she wishes to "guide" the humans into prayer by "using" the kid in doing so. Bacchus angrily warns Sofiel to "Leave the kid out of this!", reminding them that "It'll be Jeanne D'Arc all over again." Mugaro - whose real name is El - is used by [[Gabriel]] in a war with the [[humans]], but the gods are unexpectedly defeated. Sofiel promptly enlists Bacchus and Hamsa with helping to cheer El up as he no longer wishes to obey the gods. But Bacchus goes off at Sofiel, saying that he warned them in the past that "No one's going to obey if you do things your way. Not the humans and not even El."
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Ultimately, Bacchus does not inform Sofiel about Mugaro. When Sofiel manages to capture Mugaro anyway, she takes Bacchus and Hamsa and brings all three to the [[Vanaheimr]]. Sofiel imprisons Bacchus and Hamsa as punishment for withholding information. Bacchus claims his reason for doing so is because "he felt like it." Mugaro - whose real name is El - is used by [[Gabriel]] in a war with the [[humans]], but the gods are unexpectedly defeated. Sofiel promptly enlists Bacchus and Hamsa with helping to cheer El up as he no longer wishes to obey the gods.
   
 
Bacchus is unwilling to do the [[Gods/Angels|gods]]'s work until Sofiel promises him a reward of wine. Bacchus then tries his best and even brings El food, but El simply ignores him.
 
Bacchus is unwilling to do the [[Gods/Angels|gods]]'s work until Sofiel promises him a reward of wine. Bacchus then tries his best and even brings El food, but El simply ignores him.
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*[[Favaro Leone]]: Bacchus is the patron deity of Favaro, a [[bounty hunter]]. Aside from giving out bounties and rewards, Bacchus has also assisted Favaro in travelling. Bacchus is not extremely fond of Favaro due to the latter's willingness to put a knife to Bacchus's throat to get what he wants. They remain mostly allies who rarely speak outside of work.
 
*[[Favaro Leone]]: Bacchus is the patron deity of Favaro, a [[bounty hunter]]. Aside from giving out bounties and rewards, Bacchus has also assisted Favaro in travelling. Bacchus is not extremely fond of Favaro due to the latter's willingness to put a knife to Bacchus's throat to get what he wants. They remain mostly allies who rarely speak outside of work.
 
*[[Hamsa]]: Bacchus' companion. The two are always together and tend to argue, with Hamsa acting as the voice of reason whenever Bacchus upsets someone superior or gets drunk. Bacchus often relies on Hamsa when it comes to flying without his carriage, while Hamsa relies on Bacchus for transportation by perching on his staff.
 
*[[Hamsa]]: Bacchus' companion. The two are always together and tend to argue, with Hamsa acting as the voice of reason whenever Bacchus upsets someone superior or gets drunk. Bacchus often relies on Hamsa when it comes to flying without his carriage, while Hamsa relies on Bacchus for transportation by perching on his staff.
*[[El/Mugaro|Mugaro]]: Bacchus considered Mugaro to be an ordinary child who deserved an ordinary life with his mother. Despite being offered the chance to return to Heaven in exchange for Mugaro's whereabouts, Bacchus chose not to inform the angels due to the fact that he didn't trust the Gods and was subsequently imprisoned for it. When the angels enlisted Mugaro to fight in a war, Bacchus was confident that Mugaro's destiny was to be with [[Jeanne d'Arc|his mother]], as [[Michael|his father]] had intended, and did not like the gods using Mugaro for personal gain. Bacchus and Hamsa both witnessed Mugaro's death, and both shed tears for him.
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*[[El/Mugaro|Mugaro]]: Bacchus considered Mugaro to be an ordinary child who deserved an ordinary life with his mother. Despite being offered the chance to return to Heaven in exchange for Mugaro's whereabouts, Bacchus chose not to inform the angels and was subsequently imprisoned for it. When the angels enlisted Mugaro to fight in a war, Bacchus was confident that Mugaro's destiny was to be with [[Jeanne d'Arc|his mother]], as [[Michael|his father]] had intended, and did not like the gods using Mugaro for personal gain. Bacchus and Hamsa both witnessed Mugaro's death, and both shed tears for him.
 
*[[Sofiel]]: Bacchus and Sofiel knew each other from the former's tenure as a god in Heaven, during which time they held respect for one another. Presently, they are not on good terms due to conflicting ideals as shown when Bacchus refuses to hand over [[El/Mugaro|Mugaro]] against Sofiel's wishes. Bacchus does not agree with Sofiel's ambitions for Mugaro and once tried to convince the boy to ignore Sofiel, and by extension, [[Gabriel]]. Despite their quarrels, Sofiel notes she is similar to Bacchus in that they're willing to leave Heaven for a human. Nina believes Bacchus is in love with Sofiel, and the two gods are seen having a good time together after the fight with [[Bahamut]].
 
*[[Sofiel]]: Bacchus and Sofiel knew each other from the former's tenure as a god in Heaven, during which time they held respect for one another. Presently, they are not on good terms due to conflicting ideals as shown when Bacchus refuses to hand over [[El/Mugaro|Mugaro]] against Sofiel's wishes. Bacchus does not agree with Sofiel's ambitions for Mugaro and once tried to convince the boy to ignore Sofiel, and by extension, [[Gabriel]]. Despite their quarrels, Sofiel notes she is similar to Bacchus in that they're willing to leave Heaven for a human. Nina believes Bacchus is in love with Sofiel, and the two gods are seen having a good time together after the fight with [[Bahamut]].
   
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