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Barossa Leone
Barossa
Characteristics
Kanji: バロッサ・レオーネ
Romaji: Barossa Reōne
Status: Deceased
Gender: Male
Race: Human
Affiliations: Amon (formerly)
Occupation: Carpenter (feigned)
Bandit
Relatives: Bunyan Leone (wife)
Favaro Leone (son)
Anime Debut: Episode 4
Seiyuu: Kanao Tetsuo
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Barossa Leone (バロッサ・レオーネ, Barossa Reōne) was the father of Favaro. While being known as a carpenter, he was in reality a righteous thief who stole from the nobles to aid the poor.

AppearanceEdit

PersonalityEdit

Barossa is described as an honorable thief. Amon referred to him as a "goody-two-shoes". Barossa despised crooked aristocrats, authorities, and demons the most, and his hatred for demons led him to never practice magic, a decision which Amon believes sealed Barossa's fate.

PlotEdit

PastEdit

Barossa, along with a group of thieves, stole a tribute to the king that Laurus Lidfard was guarding, resulting in the knight's public execution. The gems that he stole from the tribute summoned a powerful demon who killed him. This event caused bad relations between their sons, Favaro and Kaisar, who had been childhood friends until that point.

Shingeki no Bahamut: GenesisEdit

Years later, Favaro finds out that his father's friend Amon had betrayed both Barossa and Laurus because he could not stand living nobly and found Barossa suffocating to be around. In exchange for his betrayal, Amon was turned into a demon by the very one who killed Favaro's father.

Both Favaro and Kaisar would meet this demon too. The demon, Azazel, had orchestrated the events for his own amusement. The truth restored Favaro and Kaisar's friendship and Kaisar stopped blaming Favaro for everything that went wrong.

Shingeki no Bahamut - Short Story 1Edit

Favaro visits his childhood home in order to pay his respects to his father's grave. He returns Barossa's hat and broken sword and leaves a bottle of wine on top. Favaro begins questioning Barossa's life choices and starts to criticize his father for living in a way that got him betrayed and killed.

Bunyan, Barossa's wife, tells Favaro that Barossa and Laurus had foreseen the betrayal and Amon's alliance with a demon. They walked to their deaths in hopes no one else would die too.

Powers & AbilitiesEdit

Barossa was skilled at using a sword.

QuotesEdit

"Favaro, which way is the wind blowing? To tomorrow!"

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