|Appearance||Tales of Zestiria|
|Japanese Voice Actor||Takehito Koyasu|
|English Voice Actor||Austin Tindle (ToZtX)|
|Character Designer||Minoru Iwamoto|
Lunarre (ルナール Runaaru?) is a major antagonist in Tales of Zestiria. His appearance in Elysia is the primary reason for Sorey and Mikleo's journey. Lunarre is also a member of the Scattered Bones, having joined the organization two years prior the events of the story. Afterward, he tried to steal from the Sparrowfeathers and got caught.
Lunarre first met with the Sparrowfeathers two years prior to the events of the story, when he tried to steal from them, saying he was not able to remember a time when he was not a thief. At some point he stuck to the group, claiming to be happy to finally found something he could call a family and began his work with the group.
Lunarre follows Alisha Diphda to Elysia after the Scattered Bones receive the mission to kill her. He is unable to find her, however, and is noticed by Zenrus in his domain. As a result, Zenrus sends out the seraphim of Elysia to find the intruder. Lunarre is attacked by Mason, but he kills and eats him. However, Lunarre is forced to flee because Zenrus and the other seraphim find him, and he recognizes that he must still pursue Alisha. Shortly after this, Lunarre appears in Ladylake outside of Alisha's mansion. He is noticed by a dog that chases him through the city, so Sorey and Mikleo follow the animal to find Lunarre in an alley. Lunarre fights both of them but is stopped by the other members of Scattered Bones, who punish him because he worked alone.
Later in the story, Lunarre appears together with Symonne in Pendrago, where Rose, his boss, sees him the first time in his hellion form. Lunarre fights them once and decoys the heroes to the Pendrago Shrinechurch. Lunarre's final appearance in the main part of the game is also in Pendrago. He convinces the royal family of Rolance into believing that the Scattered Bones killed the cardinal Forton, which was actually done by Rose. The Rolance military arrests Eguille, Ayn Felice and Rosh, but with Eguille's help, Ayn Talfryn escapes and searches for help. He tells Rose that Lunarre betrayed them and that the other members of their family are in danger. Rose leaves the party afterward and enters Pendrago to find Lunarre, discovering him and the captive members of her family at the place of execution. With the help of Sorey and the seraphim, Rose frees the Scattered Bones and defeats Lunarre, who vanishes in flames.
In the DLC of Alisha's story, it is revealed that Lunarre is not dead. He appears alongside Symonne, who tricks Alisha into thinking that she can once again speak with Maltran, but leaves afterward. Symonne explains to Lunarre that they will go separate ways now because she wants to change her way of thinking, disappearing afterward. Lunarre, on the other hand, who is still deeply injured but recovered from Rose's attack three months prior, wants revenge. However, he never appears in before the heroes again and is not important for the story of the DLC.
Appearance and Personality
Lunarre's physical appearance resembles a fox: he has long pointy ears, amber eyes, a wide grin, and long light-brown hair with white tips tied in a ponytail. As a former member of the Scattered Bones, he wears a gray hooded vest over a black shirt tied with a brown belt, black and grey pants, and shoes on small heels. His forearms and legs below his knees are tied with brown ribbons. His skin is white, and he wears a flame-shaped necklace. Personality-wise, Lunarre is a hellion obsessed with cannibalism, an action that makes him stronger. He also loves to cause havoc, which, in turn, gives birth to malevolence.
Tales of Zestiria the X
Lunarre appears in Tales of Zestiria the X in the "Prologue" episode, where he and other members of the Scattered Bones attack Alisha and her company. He fights with the princess, but she manages to defeat him. She hesitates to kill him, and, much to her horror, he transforms into a hellion before her eyes. Later, when Alisha is escaping from the black mist threatening Griel, a town she was investigating with her fellow soldiers, Lunarre appears using his newly-obtained hellion powers to set the scene of destruction on fire. Approaching the end of the series, Lunarre decides to sacrifice his life in the cause of defeating the Lord of Calamity, killing many hellions in the process. His body is found by Alisha and buried.