He wears the typical Lirean infantry outfit while he is alive. In Devas he wears the white clothing.
He is a loyal soldier of Lireo.
Gamil is apologetic to Alira Naswen when he is unwillingly forced by Ether to reveal Cassiopea's whereabouts in order to save his own soul.
Gamil was sleeping in the forest. He was approached by Sang'gre Pirena, probably because he was isolated from his fellow soldiers. When he woke up, Pirena used Hagorn's sleeping powder on him. Pirena seduced him in his dreams and killed him afterwards.
His soul went to Devas. Years later, when Ether, Arde and Keros took over Devas, Gamil and Alira Naswen have managed to escape from it. They managed to rescue Emre and Cassiopea from battling Arde and Ether. Emre praises both of them who bravely rescued him and Cassiopea.
Gamil, along with the Ivtres, participates in the final war against Hagorn’s Hadezars.
At the coronation of Hara Alena of Lireo, Gamil finally meets his daughter Mira for the first time.
Just like all ivtres who reside in Devas, he can emit projection blasts with efficiency and can use the ivictus.
Since he was a soldier of Lireo before his apparent death in the hands of Sang'gre Pirena, he is presumed to be skilled in armed combat.
His primary weapon while he was alive is the long spear - the general weapon of the Lirean infantry.
|Left-side symbol||Paternal family||Male|
|Right-side symbol||Maternal family||Female|
|Monarch of Hathoria||Hathoria royalty|
|Monarch of Sapiro||Sapiro royalty|
|Monarch of Lireo||Lireo royalty|
- Gamil's name was not revealed until the Episode 208 teaser when Alira Naswen mentioned his name. Gamil is formally introduced in Episode 210.
- Gamil was the only ivtre shown to be killed and then revived.
- Mira's father also appeared in the original series but had never revealed his true name and had never formally introduced.
- Mira's father had also never met Mira in the original version.
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