|Name||Jack the Reaper|
|Kanji||ジャック ス リアパー|
|Rōmaji||Jakku su Riapaa|
|Alias||"The Devil's Advocate" (ス デビルス アドボカト, Su Debirusu Adobokato)|
|Hair Color||Light Black|
|Guild Mark Location||Back Torso|
|Affiliation|| Knights Templar
Unitary Republic of Caelum (URC)
|Previous Affiliation||Fiore's Military|
|Previous Occupation||Dark Mage|
|Previous Team||The Seven Holy Virtues|
|Previous Partner||Hisui E. Fiore|
|Base of Operations||Knights Templar's Stronghold|
|Relatives||Jeanne d'Arcadia (fiancée)|
|Magic||Art of Plotania|
"You reap what you sow, young lad."
Jack the Reaper (ジャック ス リアパー, Jakku su Riapaa) is a former leading commander of Fiore's main military air-force who once participated in a magic war against a prosperous nation most commonly known as the Pergrande Kingdom. Whereas Fiore was never been given an invitation for a world trade deal with other selective nations such as the Bosco Kingdom and the Joya Kingdom from the Pergrande Kingdom did it sparked political and social outrage. As a result of it, this left Jack and his nation, Fiore with no other alternatives, but to fight its way out through using aggressive force as their last attempt to expand new lands and territorial resources. Due to Fiore being able to pulled away from their only circumstance of isolationism, Jack stated that his homeland was already now beginning to fall at the brink of economic depression right after the war. This economic crisis causes a long lasting recession in which later continued on for the coming years as Fiore's currency of jewels were soon losing their own special value in the future market. Jack the Reaper is better described as the primary villainous character who made a grand appearance for the first time ever in Jeanne d'Arcadia's route and played a greater role there.
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- His quote is based off of a direct paralleled reference to God's Justice.
- His name is an alternate reference to both a historical figure, Jack the Ripper, and a mythological figure known as the Grim Reaper, Death.