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Charioce XIII (シャリオス13世, Shariosu 13-sei) was the king of Orleans residing in the capital, Anatae.
He is a weak cowardly man who is insecure about his own position as king. This insecurity leads him to become jealous and fearful of the favour that Jeanne d'Arc receives from the gods, fearing that she might trying to steal his position and authority. Because of this, he is easily deceived into believing that she is trying to murder him, and his paranoia causes him to lose his mind.
He holds his deceased mother in high regards and has a large portrait of her that he speaks to when he feels troubled.
After Amira is captured by Jeanne d'Arc, Michael stops Charioce XIII from executing Amira, ordering him to take proper care of her instead, and also forbidding him from executing Rita, Favaro, and Kaisar.
When Jeanne d'Arc is given a sword from Michael for her services, Charioce XIII becomes very jealous, believing that as the king, he should be the only one entitled to have audiences with and receive gifts from the gods. He tries to offer her some land, hoping to retire her service volunteerly, but she refuses his offer politely, as she has no interest in such things.
Later, he speaks to his deceased mother's portrait, seeking guidance from her. After drinking the drugged wine added secretly by someone, he experiences a hallucination of his mother warning him that his life was in danger, and that Jeanne is trying to kill him which increased his paranoid and loss of reasoning.
When Jeanne is framed for Gaurin's murder, he has her arrested and sentence her death via burned at a stake, naming her a witch. Although his people protest her execution and try to disrupt it, he declares that anyone who sides with her is a traitor and his men will attack them.
After Bahamut is revived, the royal palace catches on fire by Bahamut's attack. Charioce XIII is burned alive after his mother's heavy portrait falls on him when he tried to escape from his palace.