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Illustration Kawano Junko
Gender Male
Race Human
Age 31 (Suikoden IV)
Birth Year SY 277
Height 180cm (5'11")
Voice Ōmizu Tadasuke (Suikoden IV)

Troy (トロイ, Toroi) is an antagonist in Suikoden IV. Known as the "Child of the Sea God", Troy served as commander of the Kooluk Empire's first fleet during the Island Liberation War.


“ You... You're that guy. ”

Troy was a member of the Kooluk Empire's Imperial Faction who, as well as being a skilled warrior, also served as the talented and resourceful commander of the Empire's first fleet. His reputation and regard were such that he was spoken of as the "Child of the Sea God".

Much of his reputation came from the SY 299 Gaien attack on El-Eal Fortress. Captaining a single ship, he was able to put the rout several ships belonging to the Middleport fleet. Surviving Knights of Gaien, including Glen Cott, would tell stories of his prowess, causing him to be regarded with something approaching awe in Razril and Gaien.

During the Island Liberation War, he worked with Colton to implement the Governor's Southern Expansion Policy although he disagreed with Graham Cray's methods and was worried about the political machinations of the Patriarchal Faction. During a mission, he would meet the hero and his friends as they were adrift as sea. He would choose to not impede their escape, believing them to be unimportant. As great as he was, however, Troy's forces would be outmaneuvered by the stratagems of Elenor Silverberg. Once El-Eal Fortress fell to the Headquarters Ship, he would challenge its leader to a final duel as their ships prepared to flee the fortress' destruction.

Although defeated in the duel, Troy was offered the chance to surrender and leave his sinking ship but he refused the offer, believing that he should die as a soldier and went down with his ship. In his final moments, he realised that the man who had sealed his fate was the same person he had let escape so long ago. In Kooluk, he would be remembered as the last truly great member of the Imperial Faction with his death marking the decline of the faction.


  1. Gensosuikoden Kiwami Encyclopedia, page 448