Celis Voldigoad (セリス・ヴォルディゴード, Serisu Vorudigōdo) was the father of Anos' previous incarnation.
Celis Voldigoad is a rather handsome tall man with above average physical built. He has purple hair, green eyes and wears a rather long cloak with a color around his neck.
Celis is a stoic serious man who dedicated himself to his mission of ending the war between the demons and other races as well as overturning the natural destruction of his world.
He would come across as ruthless to his enemies or those that did not know him very well, but it is shown that he deeply cared about his comrades despite his stoic demeanor.
2,000 years ago, Celis was a skilled and well-known swordsman. He was defeated by Graham and executed.
Graham would later take Celis' head and assume his identity, resurfacing 2,000 years later.
- Immense Magic Power: As a member of the Voldigoad bloodline, Celis has an immense amount of magical power as he was stated to be the most powerful member of his bloodline. According to the God of Creation; Elenesia, his strength surpasses the power of the gods, as he was labeled a "misfit" that defied the order of the gods.
- Master Swordsman: Celis is a very proficient swordsman, as he was able to wield his signature Heavy Thunder Sword <Gaudgeimon> with great skill.
Weapons and Equipment
- Heavy Thunder Sword <Gaudgeimon>: It has the appearance of a serrated blade closely resembling thunder. The sword is infused with high magic power purple lightning electrified with its cuts turning all slashed to ash. <Gaudgeimon> is necessary to activate the thunder attribute destruction magic Destruction Exhaustion Ten Purple Electric Field Thunder Sword <Lavia Nold Galvarizen>. After Celis was defeated, his enemy Graham took <Gaudgeimon> and kept it for 2,000 years but was later defeated by Anos, who wished to let the sword rest at his father's grave. Even after 2,000 years, <Gaudgeimon> still remembered its owner Celis in his future reincarnation, Gusta. The sword is currently in Gusta's possession after acquiring it from his past life's grave with Anos's permission. <Gaudgeimon> is sometimes used by Anos's acquaintances.
Celis' son, but he was absent most of Anos' life.
He loved his wife dearly.