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Occupation Captain of the Vigilantes
Names in other languages
Japanese (romanization written with the given name first) アバレロ (Abarero)
French Arnaut
German Haubert
Spanish Abatemus
Italian Ser Roman
Dutch Knocke
Biological information
(this is for age comparison purposes, and so may look odd; click on the question mark for details)? Unknown
(as recorded in court record profiles and case files) Unknown
Status (last known) Alive
Eye color Green
Hair color Blond
Height (from official guidebooks) ??? cm
Family None mentioned
Friends None mentioned
Affiliates Lottalance (subordinate)
Balmung (subordinate)
Lyewood (subordinate)
Shakey (subordinate)
Servius (subordinate)
Foxy (subordinate)
Treddon (subordinate)
Dzibilchaltunchunchucmil (subordinate)
Wordsmith (subordinate)
French Emmanuel Dabbous
Spanish Ignacio Latorre
Debut episode The Story's End
We Vigilantes despise injustice and inequality! We shall remain united, friendly, confident and self-reliant!

Boistrum is the loud and aggressive captain of the Vigilantes, who are guards charged with keeping watch over Labyrinthia's Bell Tower.


Boistrum is loud, brash, and rather quick to commend the Vigilantes on their hard work and dedication, despite evidence to the contrary. He also tends to get involved in situations for which he has no context, and often jumps to conclusions. Despite not being particularly intelligent and having a somewhat forceful personality, he is dedicated to his job and the well-being of Labyrinthia.


  • His Japanese name, "Abarero", is probably derived from the Japanese verb "abareru" (暴れる), meaning "to act violently"/"to rage"/"to struggle"/"to be riotous".
  • "Boistrum" is a play on "boisterous", meaning "full of energy/exuberant/noisy".
  • His Spanish name, "Abatemus", may be a play on "abatir" which means "bring down"/"demolish".

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