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== Relationships ==
 
== Relationships ==
 
* [[El/Mugaro|El]]: Charioce XVII regarded El as a threat to his [[Onyx Task Force]]. He put out hits on El that led to those like [[Alessand Visponti]] to seek El out. He initially wanted the boy captured and executed, but before the war, he went to war with the gods, he went to Jeanne's cell in the hopes of by having her talk to her son, she would be able to end the war with the gods. In exchange, neither the gods nor Mugaro will die and needless blood will not be spilled. When Jeanne asks how Charioce XVII can guarantee his promise to her, he states that her choice will save a number of lives. But Jeanne refuses, stating that she "cannot betray the gods nor the people who believe in me". As a result, Charioce XVII went to war. Since El was a half-god, Charioce had no qualms about murdering El along with the other [[Gods/Angels|gods]].
 
* [[El/Mugaro|El]]: Charioce XVII regarded El as a threat to his [[Onyx Task Force]]. He put out hits on El that led to those like [[Alessand Visponti]] to seek El out. He initially wanted the boy captured and executed, but before the war, he went to war with the gods, he went to Jeanne's cell in the hopes of by having her talk to her son, she would be able to end the war with the gods. In exchange, neither the gods nor Mugaro will die and needless blood will not be spilled. When Jeanne asks how Charioce XVII can guarantee his promise to her, he states that her choice will save a number of lives. But Jeanne refuses, stating that she "cannot betray the gods nor the people who believe in me". As a result, Charioce XVII went to war. Since El was a half-god, Charioce had no qualms about murdering El along with the other [[Gods/Angels|gods]].
* [[Favaro Leone]]: Charioce XVII had Favaro arrested, put through trials in the [[arena]] and imprisoned him in the [[labor camp]] for reasons never stated. He does not care about Favaro and treats him with disinterest. Because of Nina's feelings for Charioce, Favaro tries to help Nina how to approach her relationship with Charioce XVII. He also tries to understand what the king is up to with Bahamut. Unknown to Charioce, Favaro does the king a favor by not telling anyone that Charioce did not truly kill [[Bahamut]].
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* [[Favaro Leone]]: Charioce XVII had Favaro arrested, put through trials in the [[arena]] and imprisoned him in the [[labor camp]] for reasons never stated. He does not care about Favaro and treats him with disinterest. Because of Nina's feelings for Charioce, Favaro tries to help Nina how to approach her relationship with Charioce XVII. He also tries to understand Unknown to Charioce, Favaro does the king a favor by not telling anyone that Charioce did not truly kill [[Bahamut]].
 
* [[Gabriel]]: Charioce XVII saw Gabriel as a little more than a nuisance who did not deserve worship from the [[humans]]. He understood that Gabriel wishes to use humans for their own selfish reasons, especially when Gabriel blantantly used a half-human/half-angel like El to go to war against Charioce XVII. He only ever made demands and slayed [[Gods/Angels|gods]] whenever Gabriel failed to listen his wishes. He did not fear Gabriel like most others did and even encouraged her to use force against him instead of negotiating. Charioce XVII desired to see Gabriel dead with the rest of her kind.
 
* [[Gabriel]]: Charioce XVII saw Gabriel as a little more than a nuisance who did not deserve worship from the [[humans]]. He understood that Gabriel wishes to use humans for their own selfish reasons, especially when Gabriel blantantly used a half-human/half-angel like El to go to war against Charioce XVII. He only ever made demands and slayed [[Gods/Angels|gods]] whenever Gabriel failed to listen his wishes. He did not fear Gabriel like most others did and even encouraged her to use force against him instead of negotiating. Charioce XVII desired to see Gabriel dead with the rest of her kind.
 
* [[Jeanne d'Arc]]: From the moment he took the throne, Charioce knew Jeanne was a potential enemy due to her loyalty to the gods. Charioce XVII gives Jeanne a chance to swear his loyalty to him or leave the castle. When he failed to convince her to abandon the gods, he banished her from the [[royal castle]]. After learning about her child's abilities, Charioce imprisons Jeanne and holds her captive, again demanding she abandon the gods in an attempt to gain the support of the god worshipers, to no avail. Before he went to war with the gods, he went to Jeanne's cell in the hopes of by having her talk to her son, she would be able to end the war with the gods. In exchange, neither the gods nor Mugaro will die and needless blood will not be spilled. When Jeanne asks how Charioce XVII can guarantee his promise to her, he states that her choice will save a number of lives. But Jeanne refuses, stating that she "cannot betray the gods nor the people who believe in me". Charioce does, however, get Jeanne's son killed after two years of hunting the boy. This leads Jeanne to make an attempt on Charioce's life and she fails thanks to Kaisar.
 
* [[Jeanne d'Arc]]: From the moment he took the throne, Charioce knew Jeanne was a potential enemy due to her loyalty to the gods. Charioce XVII gives Jeanne a chance to swear his loyalty to him or leave the castle. When he failed to convince her to abandon the gods, he banished her from the [[royal castle]]. After learning about her child's abilities, Charioce imprisons Jeanne and holds her captive, again demanding she abandon the gods in an attempt to gain the support of the god worshipers, to no avail. Before he went to war with the gods, he went to Jeanne's cell in the hopes of by having her talk to her son, she would be able to end the war with the gods. In exchange, neither the gods nor Mugaro will die and needless blood will not be spilled. When Jeanne asks how Charioce XVII can guarantee his promise to her, he states that her choice will save a number of lives. But Jeanne refuses, stating that she "cannot betray the gods nor the people who believe in me". Charioce does, however, get Jeanne's son killed after two years of hunting the boy. This leads Jeanne to make an attempt on Charioce's life and she fails thanks to Kaisar.
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