Montferrat (モンフェラート ) Monferāto?) is a Lusitanian General.
He has blond hair, blond eyebrows and a black beard in the Anime whereas he has long gray hair a gray mustache and in the OVA and look older.
He is usually seen weary the Lusitanian Army Uniform.
Montferrat is a believer in Yaldaboth's faith, but he shows grief in killing civilians, including babies, stating that Yaldaboth will not give his blessing to Child killers. He has a Darker side, in particular his sadistic smile when he thinks of the fate Innocentius will reserve to Taramineh and shows no remorse at the death sentence of Etoile for high treason despite her innocence.
Ecbatana is Burning Edit
Montferrat takes part in the Battle of Atropatene and the invasion of Pars, having served in the conquest of Kingdom of Maryam just before Pars's invasion. At the battle he was posted in the Lusitanian's fortification and remarks that Pars's cavalry is formidable. Near the end of the battle he discusses with his fellow General Baudouin.
Siege of Ecbatana Edit
Montferrat probably participated in the siege of the Royal Capital and was present after the battle when the Captured Queen Tahamine was brought to the King of Lusitania. He, like all other intendants, were shocked when the King announces his intention to marry Tahamine.
The Battle of the Keep of Saint-EmmanuelEdit
Montferrat and Baudouin were mentioned to the gathered Lusitanian Troops scattered across the occupied Pars in order to face the Parsian Army advancing toward Ecbatana from Peshawar.
Calamity of KingsEdit
After Hilmes's disposal of some of the top Lusitanian generals, Montferrat and Baudouin became Guiscard's advisor and councillor, helping the Prince in dealing with the declining situation, and they participated in the assassination plot against Innocentius, but they can do little more than Watch as Hilmes raids Ecbatana and save Princess Irina.
Montferrat and his fellow General Baudouin are shown to be friend.
After Hilmes capture Tahamine, Montferrat still seems to doesn't trust Hilmes, stating that Hermes's eyes behind his mask disturb him.