Every playable character in Triangle Strategy (and how to recruit them)

House Wolffort is growing.

The journey laid out before Serenoa Wolffort is a long and arduous one, and he'll need all of the support that he can get to see it through. Fortunately, there are many people in the land of Norzelia who would happily provide aide to House Wolffort in its time of need. All you have to do is find them first.

Acquiring some of these would-be teammates can be a bit confusing, however, so we're here to help—here's every playable unit in Triangle Strategy (and how to recruit them).

Triangle Strategy Recruitment Guide

Starting characters

There are 30 playable character units in Triangle Strategy, and each employ a different tactic when it comes to taking the battlefield. Mages, such as Cryomancers or Pyromancers, are capable of casting a plethora of visually stunning elemental spells. Hunters and blacksmiths are proficient in making a wide array of traps to debilitate enemies, while some of the stealthier units are skilled in afflicting opponents with various status effects.

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Every unit in Triangle Strategy is a viable option in their own right, though you'll have to recruit the majority of these potential House Wolffort members before using them. Fortunately, there are eight starting characters who don't need to be hunted down, such as Serenoa, that still bring quite a bit of power and utility to the team. The eight starting character units in Triangle Strategy are as follows:

  • Serenoa Wolffort (pictured top row, far-left):
    • He wields a longsword in combat, using the skills he learned from his father to dispatch opponents. Serenoa is the Lord of House Wolffort and immediately playable as a character.
  • Benedict Pascal (pictured top row, middle-left):
    • He wields a canesword and support skills, sharing his immense knowledge of combat with his comrades to buff their abilities while fighting. Benedict is an aide to House Wolffort and immediately playable as a character.
  • Frederica Aesfrost (pictured top row, middle-right):
    • She wields a tome of fire magic in battle, setting both her opponents and the surrounding environment ablaze with powerful and destructive spells. Frederica is set to marry Serenoa and join House Wolffort, and is immediately playable as a character.
  • Geela Breisse (pictured top row, far-right):
    • She wields a rod and a variety of healing spells, using her magic to soothe the wounds of any comrades injured in the midst of battle. Geela is an aide and teacher to Frederica, and is immediately playable as a character.
  • Roland Glenbrook (pictured bottom row, far-left):
    • He wields a lance while riding horseback, utilizing the training he received from Ser Maxwell to pierce through enemy defenses. Roland is a prince of Whiteholm Castle and best friend to Serenoa, and he becomes playable during the first battle of the game.
  • Hughette Bucklar (pictured bottom row, middle-left):
    • She wields a bow while riding on the back of her hawk, raining arrows down upon unsuspecting enemies from the safety of the skies. Hughette is a member of the Kingsguard and charged with personally protecting Roland, and she becomes playable during the first battle of the game.
  • Erador Ballentine (pictured bottom row, middle-right):
    • He wields a shield in battle, acting as a stalwart defender of the young Lord Wolffort in his allies. Erador is the commander of House Wolffort's military forces, and becomes playable during Chapter I: A Young Hawk Soars.
  • Anna Pascal (pictured bottom row, far-right):
    • She wields a dagger in combat, stealthily disposing of enemies using the skills she learned acting as House Wolffort's spy. Anna acts as Benedict's right hand, and becomes playable during Chapter I: A Young Hawk Soars.

Related: How does Serenoa’s Convictions work in Triangle Strategy?

Optional characters

Aside from the main cast of characters mentioned above, there are over 20 optional characters that can be recruited to fight alongside House Wolffort. The possibility of recruiting these characters is decided by the strength of Serenoa's convictions, meaning that the choices you make while playing through the story will determine when you'll be meet the members of this colorful cast.

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Upon reaching Chapter V: Encroaching Darkness, you'll be introduced to a new form of optional event—character stories. By meeting various requirements, such as having strong Liberty convictions or following a particular path, character stories will gradually become available while viewing the world map.

Watching these miniature tales will provide a bit of background to the motivations behind each of these characters, along with unlocking them for use in combat. The optional character units that can be recruited to House Wolffort in Triangle Strategy are as follows:

  • Corentin Jennar (pictured top row, far-left):
    • He wields a tome of ice magic, using his skills as a cryomancer to cast icy spells capable of freezing enemies or creating walls for defense. Corentin can be recruited in Chapter III: A Land of Sand and Sun.
  • Rudolph Mueller (pictured top row, middle-left):
    • He wields a longbow and various traps in combat, calling upon on his experience as a hunter to ensnare his enemies before disposing of them. Rudolph can be recruited in Chapter III: A Land of Snow and Ice.
  • Ezana Qlinka (pictured top row, middle-right):
    • She wields a cane, using it as a focal point to channel the power of nature itself into terrifying magical attacks. Ezana is aligned with Utility and Liberty, and can be recruited starting Chapter V: Encroaching Darkness.
  • Julio Wrightman (pictured top row, far-right):
    • He wields a curved blade in battle, utilizing his expert clerical abilities to provide his allies with extra TP. Julio is aligned with Morality and Utility, and can be recruited starting Chapter V: Encroaching Darkness.
  • Narve Oparyn (pictured second row, far-left):
    • He wields an oak rod, using it to cast a wide array of powerful elemental spells he learned from the archmage Grandante. Narve is aligned with Morality and Liberty, and can be recruited starting Chapter V: Encroaching Darkness.
  • Hossabara Freyya (pictured second row, middle):
    • She wields a six-sided staff on horseback in combat, using a combination of strong physical attacks and healing spells to protect her comrades. Hossabara is aligned with Liberty and Utility, and can be recruited starting Chapter V: Encroaching Darkness.
  • Jens Macher (pictured second row, far-right):
    • He wields a hammer, showing off his smithing skills while deploying all manner of traps and ladders in battle. Jens is aligned with Morality and can be recruited starting Chapter V: Encroaching Darkness.
  • Lionel Khapita (pictured third row, far-left):
    • He wields a whip and sharp whit in battle, relying more on the power of his words to extort coin from his opponents. Lionel is aligned with Utility and can be recruited starting Chapter V: Encroaching Darkness.
  • Medina Alliam (pictured third row, middle):
    • She wields a knife and her medical knowledge in battle, employing her extensive experience as an apothecary to heal the wounds of her allies. Medina is aligned with Morality and Liberty, and can be recruited starting Chapter V: Encroaching Darkness.
  • Piccoletta (pictured third row, far-right):
    • She wields a racquet, using the tricks she learned while performing in a circus to create duplicates of herself in combat. Piccoletta is aligned with Liberty and can be recruited starting Chapter V: Encroaching Darkness.
  • Archibald Genoe (pictured bottom row, far-left):
    • He wields a bow in combat, relying on the expertise accumulated during his years spent fighting in the Saltiron War. Archibald is aligned with Morality and Utility, and can be recruited starting Chapter V: Encroaching Darkness.
  • Flanagan Grutte (pictured bottom row, middle-left)
    • He wields a shield while riding on the back of a hawk, striking from the skies to crush unsuspecting enemies. Flanagan is aligned with Morality and Utility, and can be recruited starting Chapter V: Encroaching Darkness.
  • Milo Yuelle (pictured bottom row, middle-right)
    • She wields a fan on the battlefield, combining it with her dancing talents to entrance enemies. Milo can be recruited in Chapter XV: When Our Paths Part.
  • Cordelia Glenbrook (pictured bottom row, far-right)
    • She is the younger sister to Roland Glenbrook and bride to Gustadolph, and patiently waits for the opportunity to avenger her family. Cordelia can be recruited in Chapter XV: Were I King.
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  • Groma Jurgina (pictured top row, far-left)
    • She was once a well-known general of Aesfrost's army, earning the moniker Ironfist as a result of her impressive skill with using martial arts. Aligned with Liberty and Utility, she can be recruited starting Chapter V: Encroaching Darkness.
  • Decimal (pictured top row, middle)
    • A mysterious automaton with no recollection of who created it or for what purpose, though it seems content with simply singing and dancing for the citizens of Glenbrook. Aligned with Morality, it can be recruited starting Chapter V: Encroaching Darkness.
  • Trish (pictured top row, far-right)
    • She is a young thief and the daughter of Travis, working hard to develop the same skills that her father is known for. She can be recruited in Chapter XV: When Our Paths Part.
  • Travis (pictured bottom row, far-left)
    • He is the head of a band of thieves and Trish's father, with thieving skills that are unrivaled. He can be recruited in Chapter XV: When Our Paths Part.
  • Maxwell Trier (pictured bottom row, middle)
    • He is known as the Dawnspear, hero of the great Saltiron War and defender to the Royal Family in Glenbrook. He values Morality, but Liberty, above all. He can be recruited starting Chapter XV: When Our Paths Part on your first playthrough.
  • Avlora (pictured bottom row, far-right)
    • She is the general of Aesfrost's army, and her skill in combat is acknowledged by even the archduke himself. She can be recruited by obtaining the Golden Route in Chapter XVII.
  • Giovanna Koppel (not pictured)
    • She is a former researcher of geology from Aesfrost. She wants to discover more of Norzelia's secrets, and is aligned with Liberty. She can be recruited starting Chapter V: Encroaching Darkness.
  • Quahaug (not pictured)
    • He is a young clairvoyant that lives in the Wolffort demesne. He specializes in time magic, and is aligned with Utility. He can be recruited starting Chapter V: Encroaching Darkness.

Convincing all the potential units to join Team Wolffort can be a bit tricky, but it'll be worth your while to put in the time to add these units to your roster. Keep in mind this list is a work in progress, so keep checking back for updates!

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Every playable character in Triangle Strategy (and how to recruit them)

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  1. I haven’t acquired the character Corentin however I do not see that you have included the character Flanagan who is classified as a Hawkshield and acts as a tank character such as Erador but has much more mobility due to him riding on the back of a hawk such as Hughette. I acquired this individual during chapter 12 shortly after my confrontation with Hyzante at the Rosellan village

  2. You’re missing a few like Decimal and Ser Flanagan.

    1. And Milo as well.

  3. There is a character named Flanagan who showed up for me after ch 10. Another hawk rider.

  4. Now I’m in chapter XVI and turns out I have every character except Rudolph Mueller(because I choose hyzante route at chapter 3) so I guess the conviction we’ve been building doesn’t really matter for which optional character we’ll get. I kinda thought that there’s more characters to recruit. so when I’m doing a re-run I’ll meet new faces.

  5. There are more recruitable characters then you’ve shown here