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Ragna the Bloodedge (The Grim Reaper) is a playable character in the BlazBlue series and is the main protagonist from BlazBlue Calamity Trigger to BlazBlue Central Fiction. He returns as a playable character and one of the 4 main protagonist's in BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle.

Ragna the Bloodedge
Ragna the Bloodedge (BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle, Character Select Artwork)
Name Ragna
Gender Male
Drive Soul Eater
Weapon/Power Blood Scythe
Azure Grimoire (Engine Link)
Series BlazBlue
First Appearance BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger
First Fighting Game Debut BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger
Japanese Voice Tomokazu Sugita
Company Arc System Works

BioEdit

A SS-Class criminal hunted by the world-spanning government, the Novis Orbis Librarium. He bears a powerful weapon called the Azure Grimoire. As a child, his orphanage was destroyed in a great fire caused by his younger brother Jin, possessed by the spirit known as Yuuki Terumi, who cut off his right arm and disappeared alongside their younger sister Saya. Ragna survived thanks to the timely intervention of the vampire Rachel Alucard, who grafted the Azure Grimoire into his new arm. After undergoing training under the legendary hero Jubei, Ragna set out to use his power to destroy the N.O.L. in revenge. His arrival in the 13th Hierarchical City of Kagutsuchi has led to a chain of events which threaten the balance of the universe.

In battle, Ragna uses the Azure Grimore's Soul Eater ability to devour the souls of his opponents. He also uses the Blood-Scythe, a short but bulky sword which can also take the form of a scythe as its name implies.

BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle
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