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Kelart Custodio (ケラルト・カストディオ) was the high priestess of the Roble Holy Kingdom and the younger sister of Remedios Custodio. Alongside her sister, she was also one of the "twin wings" of Holy Queen Calca Bessarez. She was killed during Jaldabaoth's invasion of the Holy Kingdom.


Like her sister Remedios, Kelart also shares the same bob-shaped brown hair affixed with a white hairband. However, unlike Remedios, her forehead is covered by her hair and the shape of her eyes and mouth varied slightly. Those faint differences are enough to change the impression that others had for her, and she appeared as though she was plotting something.


Kelart was a cautious person who preferred to gather all the information necessary before committing to action. When people took hostile actions against her and Calca, she acted more aggressively than even Remedios. Hence, she would mercilessly exact vengeance on them. She was typically seen with a smile on her face, but it would not be a stretch to call that an act.


Kelart was the sister of Remedios, younger than her by two years. She was the high priestess of the churches and leader of the priesthood. As a pure priest, she was the most powerful in the region, outstripping her counterpart in the adamantite-ranked adventurer group Blue Roses. However, almost no one knew about this since was kept a secret from the public.

Even so, she was considered one of the most fearsome women in the Holy Kingdom, and looked for an opportunity to arise and take down the nobles who stared daggers at her.


The Paladin of the Holy Kingdom Arc

Main article: The Paladin of the Holy Kingdom I and The Paladin of the Holy Kingdom II Arc

Kelart met with Queen Calca and her sister, Remedios to devise a plan to defeat Jaldabaoth. While her sister was confident that her paladins could defeat the demon, Kelart believed that Jaldabaoth was an entity that was above the Evil Deities.

When the Demon Emperor attacked Kalinsha, the Paladin Order engaged him in battle, while she and Calca provided magical support. Though Jaldabaoth was seemingly defeated by Remedios, she witnessed the demon emerge in a new transformed state. Kelart and Calca were immediately targeted by the demon, who easily knocked Kelart unconscious, which left the latter at his mercy.[1]

After the fall of Kalinsha and the Northern Holy Kingdom, Kelart was reported to be missing in action. It was believed that she was captured by the Demi-Human Alliance. Remedios believed her to be alive and wanted to first locate her so that she could revive Calca.

When Jaldabaoth attacked the city of Loyts, he brought the battered corpse of Calca to bear, turning it to ashes. Remedios, though sickened by the loss of her friend, was made all the more determined to find Kelart to resurrect the Holy Queen.[2]

In Kalinsha, Neia Baraja and CZ2128 Delta learned from the captive Zern Prince, Beebeezee that the demon controlling the city had the head of a black-haired human magic caster which turned out to be Kelart. When the Circlet Demon confronted their group in battle, the entity controlled the mouth of Kelart's head to do an incantation of her spells and cast a multitude of them on the group.[3]

When Neia and Shizu recovered Kelart Custodio's head and showed it to Remedios, it left her screaming in despair upon realizing that she was dead. At the same time, the death of Kelart is considered as a disaster for Remedios since without her alive, she will not be able to resurrect the Holy Queen, Calca Bessarez.

Since the liberation of Kalinsha, it was stated that the corpse of Kelart Custodio was cremated for burial alongside the Holy Queen.[4]

Abilities and Powers

Kelart despite not being a member of the Nine Colors, was regarded as the most powerful priest in the nation. It was public knowledge that she could use divine magic, with the 4th tier believed to have been her limit. However, that was but a deception since those who were close to her knew that she was able to cast 5th tier spells.

According to Remedios, Kelart was capable of restoring her mana within a day. She was the most powerful priest in the region, surpassing even Lakyus of Blue Rose.[5]

Based on the author Maruyama's level ranking, Kelart is ranked above Kullervo Palantynen yet falls short below Buser in terms of levels.[6]

Job Classes

Main Equipment


  • Blindness: Makes your opponent temporarily blind.
  • Holy Ray: A 4th tier spell that creates a ray of light used to pierce the intended target.
  • Open Wounds: A 2nd tier spell that worsens the target's wounds.
  • Raise Dead: A 5th tier resurrection spell which revives the dead person with some loss of vitality and five levels in return. Moreover, this spell will have a hard time working without a corpse, or if it’s badly damaged.
  • Shock Wave: A 2nd tier spell that when activated, emits an invisible shock wave that can even distort the air and is an invisible attack that can easily crush a full plate armor.



Calca Bessarez

Kelart is a close associate to Calca. When Calca was crowned Queen, she made a promise with her alongside her sister Remedios that they would help her achieve her ideal peaceful kingdom. She cherishes her dear friend Calca and her family.

Due to Calca's kindhearted nature and refusal to use underhanded tactics against her opposition as Holy Queen, its highly likely that Kelart was the one who supported Calca in consolidating power for her using underhanded methods when they became necessary in order for Calca to successfully keep the kingdom afloat.

This is further given credence by Kelart's reputation among the Nobility and her being regarded with open wariness by the Southern Nobility of the Holy Kingdom, who were Calca's main Opposition in the Kingdom.

Remedios Custodio

Remedios tended to use Kelart as a scapegoat whenever she messes up or when blunders emerges that she could not overcome, such as taking the blame for the Holy Kingdom's lack of knowledge on Jaldabaoth so as Calca would not feel guilty.

Despite Remedios's difficult personality, it is shown that Kelart does indeed love her elder sister and gives her proper respect when referring to her and is shown to be perfectly fine with Remedios using her as a scapegoat whenever she messes up due to not wanting her sister to feel inadequate.

However despite their positive elder-younger sister relationship, Kelart is also shown to possess a level of frustration when dealing with her older sister's lack of brains and intelligence and her refusal to think when dealing with delicate issues. As seen where she would tell her to stop focusing too much in training her body and start studying and learning in order to develop her intellectual skills as well in order to stop her from being too overally reliant on her and her subordinates to do the thinking for her whenever a situation where strategic and careful thinking is needed.


  • Her surname 'Custodio' is a religious Spanish and Portuguese name chosen to invoke the protection of a guardian angel. Synonymous with the late Latin angelus custodius, from custos, genitive custodis, meaning 'guardian' or 'keeper'.
  • From Maruyama's tweets, Kelart has a supposedly low positive karma rating compared to Calca and her sister Remedios.[7]
  • According to Maruyama, Kelart's hair color on her severed head looked golden because of the light glittering prettily off the brown hair.[8]


  • (To Remedios): "You've got a great body there, all you need now is to study a little more."
  • (To Remedios): "That's right — you know I can't approve of that, nee-sama. Let's say we wanted to sell their armour — where would we sell it? You haven't thought about that, have you? We can only sell them overseas, but demihuman armour isn't going to command anything but bargain basement prices. Besides, we ought to avoid strengthening other countries' arsenals until the destroyed wall is rebuilt. In particular, I hope they don’t fall into the hands of the Sorcerer Kingdom."
  • (To Remedios about Jaldabaoth): "...Nee-sama. I'm talking about the demon who wrought havoc in the Kingdom, Jaldabaoth. While there's no telling how smart he is, demons are skilled at schemes and trickery. He might adopt a plan we did not foresee."
  • (To Remedios while comparing the Evil Deities to Jaldabaoth): "Nee-sama, even the Demon Gods weren't this powerful. For all we know, Jaldabaoth might be a being superior to the Demon Gods."



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Roble Holy Kingdom
Calca Bessarez Caspond Bessarez Doppel-Caspond
Baron Bagnen Old Purple Marquis Bodipo Count Dominguez Count Cohen Count Granero Count Randalse Viscount Santz
Paladins, Soldiers, and Officials
Remedios Custodio Neia Baraja Gustav Montagnés Kelart Custodio Pabel Baraja Orlando Campano Enrique Bellse Ran Tsu An Rin Isandro Sanchez Galvan Ciriaco Naranjo Vivianna Sabicus Franco Esteban Robby Gorka Leoncio Francesco
Other Citizens
Bu Mo Dan Bertrand Moro Baldem Codina Mena