The protagonist of Final Fantasy XV & one of the two central figures of Kingsglaive – Final Fantasy XV is Lunafreya Nox Fleuret, commonly referred as Luna. She plays a significant part in the alternate ending of Final Fantasy XV – The Dawn of the Future.
Final Fantasy XV: Lunafreya Nox Fleuret
She is a prisoner of the Niflheim Kingdom and a previous princess of Tenebrae. Lunafreya is the smallest Oracle in history and is able to communicate with the gods. Tenebrae is under Niflheim’s rule, but she has given it significant independence. She is Prince Noctis’ fiancée and the sister of Ravus Nox Fleuret. Sylva Via Fleuret, the Empress of Tenebrae, is the mother of Lunafreya. The white Pryna as well as the black Umbra are two of her canines.
Noctis needs the cooperation of Lunafreya in order to complete his destiny. They have been friends since they were young, but their emotions for one another are confusing because they both have responsibilities associated with their rank.
Lunafreya Nox Fleuret: Design
Yusuke Naora was the architect of Lunafreya Nox Fleuret. Tabata described her as having a “powerful and heroic” appearance, which would be communicated through her gestures and actions. Lunafreya was created to have the appearance of a determined woman.
She can portray an air of grace & strength even while she is still, thanks to the designers’ attention to the form of her eyes & mouth and their mixing of her image with that in the Kingsglaive (2016) movie prequel. Her looks were “serious and somewhat sorrowful” since she needed to convey a wide variety of emotions resulting from her ambitions.
Lunafreya Nox Fleuret: Appearance
Lunafreya used to dress in a white dress featuring a back zipper and a ruffled hem when she was younger. She had bangs and her hair was shorter.
She has long blonde hair that is dressed in side-swept bangs as an adult, with a double braid spanning her crown and the remaining hair twisted and pinned up. Lunafreya carries a dual spear, the classic weapon of Oracles, and has blue eyes.
She typically sports a knee-length white dress with a single lace sleeve that is encircled by a complexly designed black strap. Over her left breast, Tenebrae’s emblem is shown on a metal patch. She accessories with white sandals with a high heel.
She also wears a necklace with a crescent moon locket and a hair pin that Nyx Ulric previously gave her as a gift from Crowe Altius during the Kingsglaive events.
Lunafreya Fleuret: Personality
She is an honourable and obedient woman who expresses her ambitions and dreams and takes initiative. Despite being a political mastermind who prioritises her responsibilities and the welfare of her people over her own wants, she is always friendly and pleasant to those around her.
She keeps an eye on the future & strives to keep things from getting completely gloomy. The unmatched compassion Lunafreya displays is appropriate for her role as Oracle. Despite not knowing the full scope of Bahamut’s scheme, she is committed to the Astrals as well as their will & rebels against him.
She likes to make tea and plant flowers. Sylleblossoms are the blue flowers that grow naturally in Lunafreya’s native region. She and Noctis’ common notebook has an immortal sylleblossom expertly squashed into the paper on the first page. She also likes stickers, which she frequently uses in her letters to Noctis.
Even when speaking to Noctis, Lunafreya always uses the formal Japanese slang word keigo. She employs the most respectful types of Japanese formality, which range widely. The only time she employs harsher, more demanding language is when she converses with Leviathan.
Noctis’s name is given the honorific ‘sama’, which can be interpreted as ‘prince’ in this context, by Lunafreya. However, Lunafreya’s use of etiquette mostly recalls her background as a royal of Tenebrae. Lunafreya uses ‘anata’ as a pronoun while addressing Noctis. There are numerous other implications associated with it, including a romantic connotation, despite the fact that it can be used to signify ‘you’ in a general sense.
Lena Headey and Amy Shiels respectively provide Lunafreya’s English voices in Kingsglaive and Final Fantasy XV. Liliana Chomsky does the voice of her younger self in both the video game and the film. She has a posh accent (English adaptation), which is probably meant to mimic the version’s more keigo speech pattern.
In the Japanese editions of Brotherhood & Final Fantasy XV, she is played by Rina Kitagawa, while Shiori Kutsuna performs the role in Kingsglaive.