Ramin appear in Suikoden Tierkreis.
Ramin is a traveling musician. Ramin travels alone by his self playing his instrument in different location. His music cause fury to people and it made people to pick fight with each other.
Ramin first appeared in Salsabil, where he play discordant music. After the people heard his music they became angry. He was stop by a Salsabil guard and run off.
He the went to Naineneis to perfom an experiment if his discordant music works on the Porpos-kin. The porpos started to become wary and request for assistant on the Viele Wege Company to stop Ramin for playing his discordant music.
Sieg the leader of the company take the request and went off to Naineneis. While Sieg is trying to stop him on playing, Ramin just continue to play his discordant music but he discover that his music doesn't have any effect on the Porpos-kin. So to polish his skills he went off again to look for other non human creature.
Ramin set foot in the Cragbark where the non-human Furious Roar are living. But before he played his discordant music Sieg is stop him and drag him out of the village.On there way out of the Marsinah Plains, they were attacked by a Pekklar.
Ramin play his discordant music while Sieg and his party are fighting and this cause a Fury Status to Sieg and his party. After battling the Pekklar, Ramin join the Viele Wege Company. He assist the Viele Wege Company on their fight against the The Order of the One True Way.
Role in the gameEdit
After the Janam Desert Event go to Salsabil Trade Harbor, after the scene go to HQ and and accept the Discordant Countermeasures mission. Go to Naineneis street and Ramin runs away. Go to Cragbark Town Square. Sieg will take Ramin out on the Marsinah Plain, defeat the Pekklar and Ramin will join.
Impromptu: Very rarely causes Fury in all allies at battle's start.
- There's another Ramin? in another world.
- He call his another self as "low-born."
- Ramin and the another Ramin? had a fight and they both used their instruments on each other, but their music doesn't have any effect on one another.
- Ramin could be a pun based on the word "Ramen", which is a type of food that is popular in Japan.
- Ramin's name means "joyful."