Ramada (ラマダ, Ramada) is a supporting character in Suikoden IV. Ramada is a trader, spy and assassin who leads the umbrella company Orark Maritime Trade.
Ramada“ I will not betray you. You have my word. ”
Ramada first appeared to work loyally for Graham Cray
and his interests.
Ramada was a spy who worked for Cray Trading Company
, as leader of the umbrella company Orark Maritime Trade
. Working under Graham Cray
, his first role in the Island Liberation War
was to smuggle some giant Rune Cannon
shells from Middleport
to El-Eal Fortress
. Despite being blown off course to Razril
and attacked by the pirate Brandeau
, this task was successful and the shells would later be used to attack Iluya Island
Following this success, he would hire a fleet of pirates to attack Razril in order to test the Rune of Punishment. Ramada was then ordered, along with his subordinates, Akaghi and Mizuki, to recover the Rune of Punishment from its current bearer. After failing in his attempt to assassinate the rune bearer, he would surrender immediately, knowing that Cray would have him and his companions killed for his failure. Requesting to join the crew of the Headquarters Ship, he was accepted only on the condition that his companion's lives were contingent on his behaviour.
Unable to convince Cray
that his change of sides was a feint, Cray would poison Ramada.
He would maintain his loyalty throughout the war, engaging in espionage actions on behalf of his new allies. He would also ask the ship's leader to take care of Akaghi and Mizuki, both of whom he felt a certain responsibility for. Towards the end of the war, Ramada would manage to infiltrate El-Eal Fortress
where he would discover that the Governor
had been imprisoned by Graham Cray. He would be discovered, and hit with a poison dart from Cray.
However, Ramada managed to survive the ordeal and would escape when the Headquarters Ship attacked El-Eal Fortress. After the war, following his recovery, he would go on to establish a prosperous trading company in the Kingdom of Obel.
- Gensosuikoden Kiwami Encyclopedia, page 490