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"----Ladies and gentlemen. I see you for the first time. I am the assistant to the Pontifex Maximus, Enhela Read Gahi.
— To all at the Trilateral Conference.

Enhela Read Gahi (エンヘラ・リード・ガヒー), Enhera Lido Gaby is a character appearing in Mass for the Dead. He is the assistant of the Pontifex Maximus.


Enhela is a young man with short white hair and violet eyes. As a priest, he wears white and blue vestments.


A calm individual that always aims to smile, he appears to have an air of mysteriousness. Enhela always is polite and neutral towards his peers. Though underneath the warm face is a man who is willing to do anything for his goals, even willing to break oaths he made if it served a purpose.


Enhela sometime after the Catastrophe was promoted as the Pontifex Maximus’s assistant. It appears his promotion as the Theocracy's sovereign's right hand man was unprecedented given his youth.


Mass for the Dead Arc[]

Main article: Mass for the Dead Arc

Enhela accompanied Cardinal Raymond Zarg Lauransan to E-Rantel for a summit of the three human nations to address the effect of the Catastrophe.[1] He later attended the summit of leaders from all three countries alongside Raymond. During a mock battle between the national representatives of the Re-Estize Kingdom and the Baharuth Empire, he acted as a referee. When Gazef Stronoff, the protagonist and Soi were the last ones to face against Fluder Paradyne, the priest intervened and demonstrated his abilities to nullify Fluder's spell on the two pinned combats. His reason for ending the match before a winner could be decided was to address the issue of an invading force of Chaos Beasts approaching the city.[2]

Enhela later returned to the Theocracy capital with Raymond and was present at a meeting with what were presumably members of the Six Cardinals. He and Raymond, gave their colleagues the news in E-Rantel. Later he turned the meeting towards the protagonist and his impressive list of achievments. [3]

After a horde of Chaos Beasts emerged from a cave north of E-Rantel made their way to the city, Enhela was stationed back in the area. He coordinated with Emperor Jircniv Rune Farlord El-Nix to lead thousands of the monsters to the Quarry so that the Empire could activate the Melting Pot. He commanded a small unit of the Slane Theocracy and watched as the forces of the Tripartite Alliance fought against the Chaos Beasts from behind the scenes holding in reserve a trump card.[4]

When the war with the Chaos Beasts deteriorated with the loss of morale after news of a more massive horde of thirty thousand was coming from the north, Enhela and his men witnessed the coming of the Demon Emperor Jaldabaoth. After the demon slewed two thousand monsters in an instant and offered to save them from the oncoming horde, Enhela immediately contacted his home country of this development. When Emperor Jircniv contacted him and King Rampossa III to discuss about the Demon Emperor's offer, he announced that his country's policy was clear, as they would never broker an agreement with a demon. He then began to organize his forces to withdraw from E-Rantel in face of the Chaos Beasts and uncertainty of the demons.

The Demon Emperor's deal turned out to be faustian bargain, as the Demon Emperor wished to claim all the resources in the city without resistance by the inhabitants and also the life of the one who made the contract with him. Due to the Theocracy recalling it forces, they were spared from the demons' onslaught whilst the Kingdom and Empire suffered tremendous losses when they tried to resist. However, when it seemed that the demons would have their hour and dominate humanity, the unthinkable soon occurred as the protagonist raised a sword against the demons, not only rescuing Emperor Jircniv but driving them out of the city. Enhela then coordinated with a pair of shadowy entities to proceed with their next target: Jaldabaoth with the help of the Windflower Scripture.[5]

In a plot to use Zurrernorn to destabilize the Kingdom, Enhela use them as an intermediary to fund them and Marquis Blumrush to kidnap women coming into his territory for a bridal recruitment for the death cultist's rituals. After Marquis Blumrush was found out by Blue Roses and the protagonist, the noble attempted to escape to the Theocracy as he was promised asylum. However at the edge of Blumrush's territory he was killed by an assassin. The Vice Chief Priest hire the killed through multiple intermediaries and reneged on the deal he gave to the marquis despite swearing to his Six Great Gods to uphold it. The priest was disappointed that the investment he made into the cult and noble failed to create a situation that would cause internal fighting in the Kingdom but took comfort that he was able to get some information on the movements of the other nation, such as Elias Brandt Dale Raeven and Princess Renner Theiere Chardelon Ryle Vaiself from Blumrush.[6]

In the aftermath of the demons' raid, support for the protagonist had grown not only among the public but also from the leaders of the Kingdom and Empire respectively as well. E-Rantel managed under the supervision of the protagonist helped to not only restore the city, but also complete its fourth wall too, expand it defenses and create a centralized research institute to study the Cracks. The reforms saw E-Rantel transform into an "open city" where not just humans of different nationalities existed but races could coexist. It was at the third summit meeting of the Tripartite Alliance King Ramposa III would officially transfer the administration rights to the protagonist's nation, the Sorcerer Kingdom, in light of the more effective system. Enhela along with Cardinal Raymond however were more cautious with the idea. Not just in making an alliance with a non-human nation but also in fear of giving one person too much power over a critical city in the Tripartite Alliance. To allay their fears of the potential abuse of power, the protagonist along with Prime Minister Albedo offered the Theocracy to become the deterrent to the Sorcerer Kingdom, promising to step down if any breaches in trust or management were exposed. Enhela seeing that the Sorcerer Kingdom had anticipated such a reaction and were responding accordingly retracted his objection and allowed the signing of the city's right to proceed. Despite the lack of gaining any useful information on this new player, Enhela told himself he would have to use other means to investigate.[7]

After the Black Scripture lost many members attempting to fight a powerful vampire in the Katze Plains an covert team was sent to the location where the vampire was mind controlled but there were no traces of it. The news was reported to Enhela who was frustrated by the lack of concrete information. After regaining his composure he ordered a messenger to direct their forces to act carefully. He wondered if the entity in the plains appeared by coincidence or maybe it was the result from the previous attack on E-Rantel.[8]

While alone in his suite, Enhela goes over the progress made by the city since the attack by Jaldabaoth. He is astonished that the city has not only avoided falling into chaos, but been fully repaired and that the defenses have been strengthened. As for the incident with the undead that appeared in the Katze Plains, his initial assumption that that it may have been a Dragon Lord. But considering the timeline where powerful individuals appears at regular intervals every one hundred years in the world, the priest senses it could be related. If he organized the timeline of events in chronological order, he sees a pattern that every major event had the protagonist play a vital role. Starting from the survey of Crack in the Great Forest of Tob, to him reaching the rank of an adamantite adventurer, to having the Kingdom and Empire being indebt to that person. Even more odd that the background of the protagonist is unknown as he only appeared in the forest and while he claims to be from the Sorcerer Kingdom, as far as the Theocracy and adventurers can determine there is no history on that nation. Enhela suspects that the protagonist may be one of the individuals that are said to appear every one hundred years. Later a subordinate reports to the priest that the protagonist has left E-Rantel to head to the Azerlisia Mountains for a short trip. Since the protagonist will be absent, Enhela thinks it would be best to take advantage of the opportunity.

Enhela was caught by Soi to be sneaking through the secret passageway that connected the E-Rantel Magic Research Institute to the sewers. Seeing that he was caught, the priest admitted that he was sneaking around to acquire information though swore he had no intention to steal anything. Nevertheless the man's presence in a restricted area was still a crime by the adventurer. In truth the priest was searching for information to determine the true identity of the protagonist and find any incriminating evidence that would reveal him as an enemy of humanity. In doing so the priest hoped to use it to make the other nations turn against the protagonist. While he spoke to Soi of how he was merely interested in the protagonist and his dedication to protecting humanity, he made it clear that humans should only protected by humans. Before the two's conversation could go any further, an explosion from the surface distracted them.[9]

Abilities and Powers[]

So far the extent of his abilities are unknown, but he is a healer. In addition he was able to dispel Fluder's triple magic with a wave of his hand. In addition, in the absence of Cardinal Raymond, he also holds significant authority as the Slane Theocracy's representative in the Tripartite Alliance.


  • Middle Heal: Heals allies.
  • Resistance +: Reduces magic damage received by allies.
  • All Regenerate: Gives recover to all allies over time.


Raymond Zarg Lauransan[]

Raymond appears to trust him implicitly as he puts the success of secretive missions into his junior's hands, knowing that he would succeed.


At first Enhela acted neutrally towards the unknown character, but as the protagonist fame and achievements grew Enhela found that neither he nor his country could continue to ignore him. Unlike the other leaders who have become enamored by the heroics of the adventurer, Enhela maintains a polite yet guarded attitude towards the protagonist. Due to the radical and racial tolerate ideas of the protagonist, Enhela worries about the protagonist's plans. Due to the numerous strange events since the Incident and the lack of history on the protagonist, the priest is beginning to suspect that the adventurer may not be what he seems and assumes him to be a threat.


  • In Mass for the Dead, Enhela appears in Chapter 6 of the mobile game but is formally introduced in Chapter 7.


  • (To Nigun): "Is this E-Rantel? As the base for humankind's relief, it's a little-------lacking in tension."
  • (To Soi): "Humans.....should be protected by human hands."



Slane Theocracy
Six Great Gods
Surshana Alah Alaf
Pontifex Maximus
Pontifex Maximus
Deputy Pontifex Maximus
Enhela Read Gahi
Raymond Zarg Lauransan Berenice Nagua Santini Ginedine Delan Guelfi Dominic Ihre Partouche Yvon Jasna Dracrowa Maximilian Oreio Lagier
Members of the Six Scriptures
Zesshi Zetsumei Captain of the Black Scripture Cedran Beaumarchais Nigun Grid Luin 2nd Seat of the Black Scripture 3rd Seat of the Black Scripture 4th Seat of the Black Scripture Quaiesse Hazeia Quintia 6th Seat of the Black Scripture 7th Seat of the Black Scripture 10th Seat of the Black Scripture 11th Seat of the Black Scripture 12th Seat of the Black Scripture Ian Als Heim
Londes Di Clamp Belius Elion Lilick Dazen Maurette
Other Citizens
Kaire Clementine Khajiit Dale Badantel Vice-Head Priest of the Water God Miko Princess of Water Miko Princess of Earth Miko Princess of Fire Rufus