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Frierenフリーレン Furīren? is the main protagonist of Frieren: Beyond Journey's End. She was the Mage of the Hero Party and traveled alongside Hero Himmel, Warrior Eisen, and Priest Heiter in a ten-year journey to defeat the Demon King.


Frieren has an easy-going personality; however, her aloof attitude makes her a mystery to her peers, with Heiter commenting that they as Humans cannot perceive an Elf's feelings. As an Elf that has lived for at least a millennium, she has a poor sense of time that manifests in a bad habit of being unable to get up in the morning, along with a deeper inability to comprehend how time passes for Humans. This is, in part, a reason for Frieren's aloof attitude, since she sees large lengths of time as too brief for her to form meaningful connections. For instance, she thought of a ten-year journey with her comrades as short and believed she knew nothing about the Hero Himmel even up until his passing. However, following Himmel's funeral, she made the decision to get to know Humans better.

Although she is generally stoic, carefree, and often lacks tact, Frieren also has things she is emotionally sensitive to. She was embarrassed when others discovered her mana detection is interrupted for a fraction of a second when a spell is cast, a common error for apprentice mages that she hasn't been able to overcome. She is sensitive to people calling her old and held a grudge against Stark for doing so twice. When she is upset, she is capable of throwing a tantrum that can result in her crying for upwards of three days, scaring the other members of the Hero's Party. It also implied that she is somewhat insecure about her body, as she occasionally shows hints of jealousy over the size of Fern's bust.


Frieren is a petite, female elf with green eyes, thick eyebrows, and long, white hair parted in the middle and tied into two high pigtails. Like all elves, she has large, pointed ears. She wears a striped black and white shirt, along with a white jacket tucked into a skirt with a black belt. The sleeves of her jacket end with large, gold cuffs. Both her jacket and skirt have gold trims along the edges. Over her jacket, she wears a short cape that matches the white and gold theme of her jacket and skirt, and the cape includes decorative, gold accents with red jewels on each shoulder and a high collar that is fastened with a red jewel. She also wears black tights, brown boots, and a pair of gold earrings with red, teardrop-shaped jewels hanging from each earring.

During her travels, Frieren carries a brown briefcase holding various magic items and personal belongings. When casting spells as a mage, she utilizes a red staff with a gold, crescent-shaped tip that holds a red jewel in its center. Her staff has gold accents and a red ribbon tied at the tip.

In the colder seasons, Frieren wears a high-collared and long-sleeved white dress with gold accents and buttons down the chest instead of her usual jacket, skirt, and cape. Additionally, she layers a beige coat with a flap collar and buttons over her dress and dons a blue scarf tied on the side.

When she was training under Flamme a thousand years prior, Frieren let her hair down to her waist and wore simple, white dresses and brown sandals. During Frieren's solitary lifestyle after Flamme's death, she tied her hair into her typical pigtails and wore a white dress with a black belt and beige cape.



Frieren's unrestrained mana EP10

Frieren's unrestrained mana.

  • Immense mana output: Frieren's unrestrained mana output is incredibly high. She is shown to have considerably more mana than even Aura, a five-hundred year-old demon and one of the Seven Sages of Destruction. Frieren's overall mana output is noted to be comparable to Serie's restrained output.[6]
  • Mana concealment: Trained by her mentor, Flamme, Frieren has mastered the art of concealing her mana, and she uses it as a deception strategy against demons. Her skill in concealment is exceptional, and she has practiced limiting her mana for so long that even experienced mages, such as Aura[7] and Falsch[8], cannot detect instability in her mana. Only a few mages have seen through her restriction, the most notable being the Demon King, who saw through her in an instant. She can even suppress her mana enough to avoid detection by a Stille, but only while staying still.[9] [10]
  • Restraint and Hypnosis Magic resistance: Frieren has been shown to be resistant to most conventional binding and hypnosis spells. Methode remarked that her mental defences were attributed to an "old technique" that could possibly be bypassed only by specialists.[11]
  • Analytical ability: Frieren is highly adept at analyzing magics and countering them. This applies even to magic used by the Seven Sages of Destruction which are said to defy all intelligence and reason. She has analyzed and countered the magic used by two of the Sages of Destruction: Aura the Guillotine and Macht of the Golden Land. Along with the Hero Party, she was also able to break through the impenetrable barrier of Böse the Immortal.


  • Offensive magic: Zoltraak: A simple spell that shoots either a large blast or multiple smaller blasts of concentrated mana. Frieren contributed to the research of this magic, modifying it from Qual's Human Killing Magic to Demon Killing Magic. Due to the novelty of the spell, Frieren is unable to react to it immediately and instinctively and thus has a slightly delayed reaction when defending against it.[12]
  • Defensive magic: Like most modern mages, Frieren is capable of casting defensive magic in the form of a hexagonal protective barriers that can defend specific locations or encircle the caster. This defense spell is mainly used against offensive magic like Zoltraak.
Dispelling magic

Frieren dispels Auserlese on Aura's victims.

  • Dispelling magic: Frieren is capable of analyzing an opponent's spell and cancel out the effects of the spell. Her staff glows golden while casting the dispelling magic. It is first seen in use against Aura's undead army, where Frieren frees corpses from Aura's Auserlese.
  • Spell to produce a field of flowers: Frieren was taught her mentor's favorite magic, magic to produce a beautiful field of flowers, which holds sentimental value to her. Frieren is able to choose what flowers grow as long as she has seen the flower before. As per Flamme's last wishes, she grows a field of flowers around her master's grave with the spell and avoids using the spell due to it bringing up memories of her.[13]
  • Spell that shuts the door of a treasure vault at the risk of your life: A binding spell that is considered top-rated in folk magic, which Frieren's Spiegel clone uses to seal the entrance of the Spiegel's main body and a treasure vault. The seal only breaks upon the caster's death.
  • Destructive Lightning: Judradjim: Frieren casts multiple bolts of lightning from her staff directed towards the target. She is first shown using this during the battle against her Spiegel clone.[14][15]
  • Hellfire Summoning: Vollzanbel: Frieren creates a large blast of fire in front of herself, enveloping the battlefield.[16][15] It can melt anything such as a falling column when Frieren and her clone used it at the same time.
  • Spell that creates a black hole: A spell used by Frieren's clone that creates a black hole that attracts surrounding objects in, ultimately vaporizing them.[17]
  • Unnamed shattering spell: A colorful spell that appears to cause fragments around the caster to shatter.[17]
Height of Magic EP26

Frieren's clone attacks Fern with a spell considered the Height of Magic.

  • "The Height of Magic": An offensive attack that Frieren's clone uses as a last resort. Mana cannot be sensed when the attack is used, and targets of the attack are unable to recognize it as a spell.[18] It seems to create strong gravity that repels the target.[17] The attack is so strong that it pins Fern against a wall and destroys her staff, but it also leaves the caster's guard completely down.
  • Unnamed protective spell: A protective spell that Frieren developed after completing her two-month analysis on Macht's Diagoldze, which was considered a curse. It nullifies it and makes it ineffective.
  • Unnamed memory transference magic: An advanced mental magic spell that transfers memories from the user to a target, or from a target to the user. Frieren uses this spell to receive Denken's memories.
  • Mana Strike: After being provoked by Solitär into believing that she killed Fern and Stark, a silent but angered Frieren was easily able to cast it against an attacking Solitär and blasts her away, though she is still not yet adept at using it compared to her.


  • Mana detection interruption: Frieren lacks certain magical basics, and her mana detection is interrupted the moment she casts a spell. This leaves her open to mages that are particularly good at mana concealment and can attack her while she is occupied with casting spells. However, this is often negligible due to her other talents and is not a vulnerability that can be easily exploitable by any mage.[19]

Manga Appearance[]

Beyond Journey's End Arc
Chapter 1: The Journey's End Debut
Chapter 2: The Priest's Lie Appears
Chapter 3: Blue-Moon Weed Appears
Chapter 4: The Mage's Secret Appears
Chapter 5: Killing Magic Appears
Chapter 6: New Year's Festival Appears
Chapter 7: The Land Where Souls Rest Appears
Chapter 8: One One-Hundredth Appears
Chapter 9: Phantoms of the Dead Appears
Chapter 10: Solar Dragon Appears
Chapter 11: The Hero of the Village Appears
Chapter 12: The Northern Checkpoint Appears
Chapter 13: Liberation Festival Appears
Aura the Guillotine Arc
Chapter 14: Monsters That Speak Appears
Chapter 15: Draht Appears
Chapter 16: The Murder of a Guard Appears
Chapter 17: Frieren the Slayer Appears
Chapter 18: The Undead Army Appears
Chapter 19: Raid Appears
Chapter 20: Master's Technique Absent
Chapter 21: Coward Appears
Chapter 22: The Scales of Obedience Appears
Chapter 23: A Victory and a Funeral Appears
Travels to Äußerst Arc
Chapter 24: The Elves' Wish Appears
Chapter 25: The Village of the Sword Appears
Chapter 26: A Gift to a Warrior Appears
Chapter 27: A Priest from an Ordinary Village Appears
Chapter 28: The Priest and His Regret Appears
Chapter 29: Ideal Adult Appears
Chapter 30: Mirrored Lotus Appears
Chapter 31: Chaos Flower Appears
Chapter 32: The Orden Family Appears
Chapter 33: Old Man Voll Appears
Chapter 34: The Statues of Heroes Appears
Chapter 35: A Reason to Begin the Journey Appears
Chapter 36: Emotional Support Appears
First-Class Mage Exam Arc
Chapter 37: The First-Class Exam Appears
Chapter 38: Stille—Meteoric Iron Bird Appears
Chapter 39: Commence Capture Strategy Appears
Chapter 40: A Spell to Capture a Bird Appears
Chapter 41: Time for Resolve Appears
Chapter 42: A Reason to Fight Appears
Chapter 43: Privilege Appears
Chapter 44: Recapture the Stille Appears
Chapter 45: Water-Manipulation Magic Appears
Chapter 46: An Even-Better Flavor Appears
Chapter 47: Fern and Her Baked Sweets Appears
Chapter 48: The Ruin's of the King's Tomb Appears
Chapter 49: Dungeons and Magical Items Appears Clone
Chapter 50: Spiegel—A Water-Mirror Demon Appears Clone
Chapter 51: Dungeon Battle Appears Clone
Chapter 52: Strategy Meeting Appears Clone
Chapter 53: An Era of Humans Appears Clone
Chapter 54: A Spell that Slashes Almost Anything Appears Clone
Chapter 55: The Second Exam Ends Appears Clone
Chapter 56: Fern's Staff Appears
Chapter 57: The Third Exam Appears
Chapter 58: Serie's Intuition Flashback
Chapter 59: With a Little Help Appears
Chapter 60: Departure and Farewell Appears
Continued Northern Travels Arc
Chapter 61: Magic-Nullifying Crystal Appears
Chapter 62: Why I Set Out on This Journey Appears
Chapter 63: The Hero of the South Appears
Chapter 64: The Demon with a Sword Appears
Chapter 65: The Secret Hot Spring of the Etwas Mountains Appears
Chapter 66: The Places She Would Like Appears
Chapter 67: Peaceful Time Appears
Chapter 68: Northern Plateau Appears
Chapter 69: Boshaft-The Emperor's Spirit Appears
Chapter 70: The Norm Company Appears
Divine Revolte Arc
Chapter 71: Subjugation Request Appears
Chapter 72: The General Appears
Chapter 73: Encounter Battle Appears
Chapter 74: Divine Revolte Absent
Chapter 75: Erilfrachte-The Spell to Dispel Fog Appears
Chapter 76: Settling Appears
The Golden Land Arc
Chapter 77: A Thunder of Dragons Appears
Chapter 78: Lake Korridor Appears
Chapter 79: The Great Tor Canyon Appears
Chapter 80: Holy Snow Crystals Appears
Chapter 81: The Golden Land Appears
Chapter 82: Diagoldze—The Spell to Transmute All Creation into Gold Appears
Chapter 83: The Stone Bracelet of Servitude Appears
Chapter 84: Daredevil Absent
Chapter 85: Malice Appears
Chapter 86: Discussions Appears
Chapter 87: Affection Appears
Chapter 88: Solitär Absent
Chapter 89: Guilt Absent
Chapter 90: Glück Absent
Chapter 91: Onstage Absent
Chapter 92: The End of Weise Absent
Chapter 93: The Great Barrier Appears
Chapter 94: Analysis Appears
Chapter 95: Nameless Great Demon Appears
Chapter 96: Master and Apprentice Appears
Chapter 97: Observation Appears
Chapter 98: Retribution Appears
Chapter 99: Offense and Defense Appears
Chapter 100: The Fundamentals of Mages Appears
Chapter 101: Breakthrough Appears
Chapter 102: A Tie Appears
Chapter 103: Time for Retribution Absent
Chapter 104: A Visit to Her Grave Appears
Goddess's Monument Arc
Chapter 105: Golem Appears
Chapter 106: Sky-Mountain Dragon Appears
Chapter 107: The Monument of the Goddess Appears
Chapter 108: Reunion Appears
Chapter 109: Zart the Remnant Appears
Chapter 110: The Party of Heroes Appears
Chapter 111: Escort Mission Appears
Chapter 112: Faith Appears
Chapter 113: Abyssal Dragon Appears
Chapter 114: The Sword of the Hero Appears
Chapter 115: Best Friend Appears
Chapter 116: Spell to Return Appears
Chapter 117: Miraculous Illusion Appears
Chapter 118: Vialathor Appears
Chapter 119: Memories Appears
Imperial Territory Travels Arc
Chapter 120: False Image of a Hero Appears
Chapter 121: Monsters on the Road Appears
Chapter 122: The Titan Fortress Ruins Appears
Chapter 123: Proof of Perseverance Appears
Chapter 124: Shadow Warrior Appears
Chapter 125: Family Appears
Foundation Festival Arc
Chapter 126: A New Mission Appears
Chapter 127: Retrieval Mission Appears
Chapter 128: Magic Special Forces Absent
Chapter 129: Shadow of the Empire Appears
Chapter 130: Beneath the Water's Surface Appears


  • Frieren means "being cold" or "to be freezing" in German.
  • Frieren states that her favorite winter flower is the icicle cherry blossom.[20]
  • Frieren hates onions.[21]
  • Throughout her lifetime, Frieren has lost eleven times to mages who have less mana than her. Four of those were demons, with Qual and Macht among them; one was an elf, and the remaining six were humans.
  • Frieren ranked the following in the official popularity polls:
    • 2nd in the first popularity contest with 11820565 points.
    • 5th in the second popularity contest with 816279 votes, where multiple votes per character were counted.
      • In this same contest, Frieren ranked 1st when counting only unique votes (one vote per character per person).


  1. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Manga: Chapter 17 (p. 21).
  2. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Manga: Chapter 11 (p. 15).
  3. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Manga: Chapter 66 (p. 9).
  4. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Manga: Chapter 45 (p. 5).
  5. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Manga: Chapter 23 (p. 16).
  6. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Manga: Chapter 57 (p. 4).
  7. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Manga: Chapter 22 (p. 19).
  8. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Manga: Chapter 57 (p. 5).
  9. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Manga: Chapter 40 (p. 14).
  10. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Anime: Episode 19.
  11. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Manga: Chapter 51 (p. 5).
  12. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Manga: Chapter 53 (p. 7).
  13. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Manga: Chapter 81 (p. 16).
  14. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Manga: Chapter 53 (p. 3).
  15. 15.0 15.1 Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Anime: Episode 25.
  16. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Manga: Chapter 53 (p. 4).
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Anime: Episode 26.
  18. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Manga: Chapter 55 (p. 13).
  19. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Manga: Chapter 52 (pp. 13-14).
  20. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Manga: Chapter 36 (p. 11).
  21. Frieren: Beyond Journey's End Manga: Chapter 94 (p. 6).