This page is comprised of Rean's relationships with other characters in the Kiseki universe.
One of Rean's best friends since orientation. Elliot is one of the people who supported Rean throughout the game. Elliot originally wanted to enroll in a musical academy but due to Rean's and his other classmate's influence, he started to like being in Thors Military Academy and even admitted that he didn't regret enrolling in said academy.
Rean's classmate and potential love interest. Rean and Laura get along very well due to their similar values as well as their consistent pursuits to improve each other. Laura is often very serious and lacks many archetypal feminine qualities. Laura is the daughter of Viscount Arseid - also known as the Radiant Blademaster - who she strives to surpass. Laura has a strong sense of justice and devotes her life to her swordsmanship which is why she takes pride in her craft. Laura originally had much trouble accepting contrasting beliefs from her own such as Rean's and Fie's refusal to fully use their powers. Eventually, Laura lets go of her knightly pride and accepts Fie's lazy demeanour and Jaeger past and bonds well with Rean through sparring and appreciating his way of the sword. It is implied through different bonding events that Laura develops romantic feelings for Rean in the first game. This affection can become reciprocated by Rean if pursued by the player.
One of Rean's best friends since orientation. He is also one of the people who supported Rean throughout the story. Gaius is a calm individual and easy to get along with, so he has little trouble befriending those he meets.
Rean's classmate and a potential love interest. Emma is known to be a smart and reliable person so her classmates hold her in high regard. However, she sometimes uses her witch abilities when they're in a pinch, raising suspicions among her classmates about her identity. Rean is fully aware of this but still decided to trust Emma. Emma is implied to have romantic feelings for Rean based on her character events in the first game, and these feelings can turn into mutual affection in the second game if she is pursued by the player.
His relationship with Machias was normal until Machias found out that he was actually a noble (the reason why he was mad was because Rean wasn't able to tell the truth; Machias is not fond of liars). After the events of Chapter 2, the two were able to reconcile when Machias apologized for overreacting.
Jusis was initially cold towards the Class VII and had a cynical attitude. Although, his ice-like attitude began to melt after the events of chapter 2 since Rean managed to chat with him when they were resting at the inn. As the story advances, he begins to open up to everyone and becomes friends with Class VII. He's eventually convinced to try and talk with the other nobles who were genuinely interested in getting to know him, provided that Rean goes with him.
Rean's classmate and potential love interest. An Ironblood, she's initially sent to Thors Academy for a secret mission. She eventually develops a genuine bond with every member of Class VII by the time they reach the final dungeon. In the second game, she and Rean can share mutual feelings if she's pursued, though she teases him for it. And out of all the girls in the game, she's the most playful.
Rean's classmate and potential love interest. An ex-member of the Zephyr Brigade, part of the Jaeger Corps, Fie is notably quiet and detached from the rest of the group. Rean and Emma eventually get her to open up and she and the others become good friends. Like the others, they can develop romantic feelings for each other if Fie is pursued as Rean's girlfriend.
StudentsPantagruel, Rean appears to hold no enmity towards her, seeming even sympathetic to her situation; an act Altina misinterprets as advances on her. Two years after the civil war's end, Altina, after being revealed to be a member of the Ironbloods, is sent into Thors' Thors Military Academy - Leeves II Campus as a "student" in the new Class VII, following Rean's decision to become and instructor.
His parents loved him like a real son and showed kindness to him. Although Rean was aware of this, Rean thought of joining army since he thinks he doesn't deserve to be next Baron Schwarzer. He and the rest of Class VII eventually visit them in the Drama CD. At the beginning of Cold Steel II, Baron Teo is gravely injured following a jaeger attack on the village of Ymir. With care from friends and family, however, he eventually recovers. At the end of the game, Baron Teo reveals that he knows a secret regarding Rean's history that he will reveal to him after the party returns from the planned liberation of Heimdallr.
Rean's teacher and potential love interest. Rean thinks of her as a carefree and laid-back teacher but nevertheless respects her and will occasionally rely on her during certain situations. Sara likes to tease Rean and would rely on him from time to time. They have a close relationship in general.
However, by the end of the first game, Crow ends up leaving Thors and its students behind, prompting Rean, Towa, Angelica, George, and the rest of Class VII (plus Thors' students) to relentlessly chase him around Erebonia because they still considered him their friend despite his attempts to beat them down (successfully) and cut them out of his life (unsuccessfully). The chase for Crow gets to the point that Crow kidnaps Rean and Valimar, and reveals his past to a frustrated, but sympathetic Rean. In the final showdown, after Rean and Class VII defeats Crow and Vita, and Crow in a knight battle, Duke Cayenne lets loose Vermillion Apocalypse, and Rean, along with Class VII and the help of Vita and Crow, defeat all stages. Just as Rean was rescuing Prince Cedric from inside the monster, Crow is stabbed through his divine knight and through the heart trying to pave a way for Rean. As Rean comes back to the top floor, everyone gathers around to see Crow bleeding. Emma tries to heal Crow but Crow soon dies in the arms of Rean. In the credits, the song "I'll Remember You" was dedicated to him.
Giliath is Rean's biological father. In the beginning, Giliath only seems passingly interested in Rean as he addresses and thanks Class VII for their decisive actions during the Summer Festival; Rean himself feels a strong discomfort in his chest. Rean sees Giliath again as he's passing on the VIP train and his chest begins acting up again at the sight.
In the second game, Giliath reveals to Rean that he's his son. It's unknown whether or not Giliath actually cares for Rean, but it is implied that he does through the flashback when he left him in the mountains near Ymir. Rean, on the other hand, only ever shows discomfort around Giliath at first, and then intense dislike later on.
Afterwards, Rean decides to let Lloyd and his partner Rixia go as arrest warrants hadn't been issued for them yet. He later expresses jealousy over Lloyd.
Later on during the third game, after the crisis in Crossbell was resolved in Chapter 2, Lloyd is later seen from a distance raising his fist at Rean while smiling as the latter leaves by train. Rean sees this and returns the gesture with his own.