|Gid Lucione Deviluke|
|Name||Gid Lucione Deviluke|
|Unusual Features|| -Trident like tail|
-Near omnipotent power
|Relatives|| Lala's Mother (Wife)|
Lala Satalin Deviluke (Daughter)
Nana Aster Deviluke (Daughter)
Momo Velia Deviluke (Daughter)
|Occupation||King of Planet Deviluke|
Gid has black eyes and spiky black hair. Despite his near omnipotent power, he has the physical appearance of a child, looking slightly devilish, with shark-like teeth and the characteristic Devilukean tail. While his daughters' tails end in spades, his appears as a wicked looking trident. Originally he was lot taller, but Lala states that due to overusing his powers during the "Galaxy Unification Wars", he apparently shrunk down to the size of a child. However even in this form he is described to still be very powerful, stating he could destroy the Earth if he released it.
In the manga, Gid appears to be very spoiled, bratty and perverted, going as far as to use his child-like appearance to get close to pretty girls. He is quite demanding towards his daughters, often having them do things for his own benefit rather than out of love for them. Lala claims the only reason he wants her to get married is so he can step down as king and be free to pursue his perverted hobbies. He threatened Rito that he could easily destroy Earth, and would do it if Rito did not satisfy him as his heir. Also in the manga, he seems more easygoing and is much more accepting of Rito as his heir, where he simply wishes to relinquish the throne so he could pursue his perverted interests. However, in the anime, he is much more critical of Rito and even attacks him, saying that Rito is not suitable for Lala.
In the anime he is a lot more strict but a little more reasonable, giving Rito a chance to prove himself so that the Earth wouldn't be destroyed. He hasn't shown any perverted intentions at all, yet still proves to be demanding and spoiled.
Powers and Abilities Edit
Not only is he a member of the Devilukean race (meaning his physiology's far greater than most other species), but he is also considered to be the most powerful of them all, capable of destroying a whole planet single-handedly even in his current state.
- Devilukean Super Strength: In his debut in chapter 47th, he once showed his massive power when hitting the tennis ball to Sasuga's side at an incredible speed rate at a tennis practice, which makes him faint standing. A common trait of super strength for someone of Deviluke.
- Planetary Destruction: In the following chapter, he states to be able to destroy a whole planet by building up enough power within him (seemingly creating an electrical aura around him and the ground being cracked) and by releasing it. He planned on doing this if Rito shows any refusing action. However the results are unseen as he was stopped by Lala.
Gid is the father of Lala, Nana, and Momo, whom he can be quite demanding towards when they disobey his orders like running away from home. While his daughters love each other like family, there is little evidence that they also love him as a father, and equally little evidence that Gid really cares for his daughters. In their earlier childhood on Deviluke, Lala and her sisters appear to usually be left alone in their palace by their parents to play around, pull pranks, or study until they get bored.
Because Gid is quite bratty and spoiled, most of his choices regarding his daughters are usually for his own benefit rather than out of love for them. For example, he pushes Lala towards marriage until she decides to flee to Earth. In the manga, when Lala chose Rito as her groom, Gid gleefully pushed them towards their marriage, even already deciding on a wedding date, and threatened to destroy Earth if Rito does not agree. Lala knew that rather than truly respecting his daughter's choice, he's really only pushing their marriage so that he may step down as king and finally be free to fool around.
Lala is shown, however, to have warm memories of him from her childhood, comparing Rito's kindness to her father coming to find her when she was lost in the woods on Deviluke. Despite that, Gid spoke to Lala at the time as though she were merely a bother to him, but it should be noted that he easily could've sent someone to find her in his place if that were true.
Gid has a wife, who has yet to make an appearance. It is unknown exactly how her relationship with him is, especially considering his intention to step down from the throne to go around doing perverted things to other women. It is not unusual for kings of Deviluke to have concubines, but Gid uniquely has only his one wife instead.
She is described to be hardworking, more reliable and better at politics than Gid is, and their daughters seem love and admire her a lot more than their father.
Zastin is practically Gid's most loyal subject, and he respects him the most as the King of the planet Deviluke and Emperor of the entire Milky Way Galaxy. He is one of the bodyguards who protect the king's family members and would get mad at anyone if they disrespect any of them. Gid seems to disapprove of Zastin being a mangaka.
When Rito became engaged to Lala, Gid demanded that he would have to meet Gid's expectations to take care of her, otherwise he would destroy the Earth. He doesn't seem to care for him that much, like when he forced him to marry Lala for his own benefit to step down from the throne and fool around with other girls. However he does seem to trust him enough to take care of his daughters, as they all live within his house.
Rito and Gid have met only once (in the manga), but after Lala used her invention, Bye-Bye Memory-Kun, to erase memories of herself from the memories of the people on Earth, it's difficult to determine how they now regard each other, even though the invention mostly failed.
In the manga, he doesn't take his role as king seriously, and wishes to dump the job on Rito soon. But in the anime, he is much more critical and antagonistic toward Rito and puts him through challenges to prove himself so that Earth won't be destroyed.
- With him being the head of the Devilukean family, his second name Lucion, might be a reference to Lucifer. This pattern can be seen in his daughters' names too.