Fabio

ファビオ

Fabio
Fabioファビオ 
Aliases参謀 , ファビ-君 (Farinasea), ハカセ (Alpha), ご主人様 (Maid, Inori), 飼い主様 (Goulg)
Hair, Brown, Parted in Middle, Short, V Bangs
Body, Pale, Pointed Ears, Young-adult
Clothes, Belt, Cape, Cuffs, Glasses
Personality, Friendly, Hardworker, Smart
Role, Architect, Comrade, Demon
Engages in, Fighting, Planning
Engages in (Sexual), Butterfly, Doggy Style, Tominagi
Subject of (Sexual), Footjob
Visual novelsProtagonist - Sono Taiju wa Makai o Kurau!
Voiced byYuuhi

Description

An oddity amongst his kind, he has spent centuries learning his craft as a military adviser in hopes he can serve under one of the contenders of the empty throne. He remains undaunted by repeated failures and hopes to serve someone in order to overcome the prejudice against his kind as demons who are driven entirely by their libidos. His other great wish is to assist his chosen master in claiming the empty throne, for if he's unworthy to hold the position then the next best thing is to be the trusted adviser to the contender who does ascend to the throne.

<hidden by spoiler settings> Having endured a childhood of constant bullying from his sisters (bordering on outright abuse), he has zero sexual experience when he is recruited and was spared from seeing women as a source of trauma by his brief friendship with the young Farinasea. After Primtine recruits him, she shows him his natural gifts are not something to be scorned and awakens his natural talents which are then used to seduce female captives to work for Primtine's cause.

Part of his job as military adviser requires him to innovate and expand the castle dungeons where invaders are enticed in and defeated in detail to remove the disadvantage in numbers Primtine's forces face from the outset.

His mana is of average quality and quantity relative to the rest of the realm's denizens. Although he is not a warrior, he puts his life on the line to defend his chosen Master from all threats.

His polite and diplomatic nature wins him the respect of all who serve under Primtine, but it invites misunderstanding amongst the major and minor characters.