Alfred is one of Dio's two butlers, the other being Sebastian .
- 1 Background
- 2 Story
- 2.1 Victor's Fortress
- 2.2 in Grand Chase Dimensional Chaser
- 2.2.1 Act 14.6: The Escape
- 2.2.2 Act 15.3: Betrayer's Identity
- 2.2.3 Act 15.4: Dark Mansion
- 2.2.4 Act 15.5: The World of Politics
- 2.2.5 Act 15.7: The Crimson River Bridge
- 2.2.6 Act 15.9: At Dawn
- 2.2.7 Act 16.1: Sky City
- 2.2.8 Act 16.8: The Demon God and the Four Demon Kings
- 2.2.9 Epilogue 4.1: The Labyrinth of the Purgatory
- 2.2.10 Act 17.1: Traces of War in Forest
- 2.2.11 Act 17.2: Death of Burning Canyon
- 2.2.12 Act 17.4: Through the Darkness of Night
- 2.2.13 Act 17.6: Ambitious Ramblin Reappears!
- 2.2.14 Act 17.7: Family's Grave
- 2.2.15 Act 17.8: You Can Do It, Elesis!
- 2.2.16 Act 17.9: Envoy's Silence
- 2.2.17 Act 18.1: Siege on Top of the Castle Wall
- 2.2.18 Act 18.2: Protect Foreign Castle's Entrance!
- 2.2.19 Act 18.3: Tactic Weapon Inferno
- 2.2.20 Act 18.9: Commander's Identity
- 2.2.21 Act 19.1: To the Abyss
- 3 Trivia
- 4 Gallery
- 5 References
- 6 Navigation
There is nothing else known about Alfred other than that he appears to be extremely loyal to Dio but does show a bit of concern at times.
Dio sensed a change approaching and demanded Alfred that they leave the dimension they were sealed in, much to his concern. Eventually, he obeyed his young master and prepared for their departure.
in Grand Chase Dimensional Chaser
Act 14.6: The Escape
Act 15.3: Betrayer's Identity
Act 15.4: Dark Mansion
Act 15.5: The World of Politics
Alfred answered Ryan that when Heitaros was injured and became powerless 2,000 years ago, Veigas executed his followers which the butler believed was the Demon God's reason in attacking the new leader of the Hardliners.
Act 15.7: The Crimson River Bridge
Alfred had reminded the Grand Chase of the important person waiting across the river and urged them to hurry before the enemy's reinforcement arrived.
Act 15.9: At Dawn
Alfred feared the arrival of enemy reinforcement after Mari took notice of the sun rising and that they must cross the bridge very soon or the Hardliners would easily track them.
Dr. Oz eventually came to rescue them in the nick of time much to the butler's relief.
Act 16.1: Sky City
When demanded about the current situation of the Demon World, Alfred claimed that the power Heitaros recovered from Ashtaroth's energy was not enough to take on Veigas and his army, therefore, he orchestrated Veigas' expedition to Aernas in the guise of the Creator. The butler also informed Ley that Dio headed for Purgatory, however, he clarified that his priority was Veigas though not without reassuring that his master would also save Peter von Crimson River. Despite not being too certain about the odds, Alfred added that he was told by Dio of a skilled Gladiator he found.
Act 16.8: The Demon God and the Four Demon Kings
Alfred explained to Jin that the "Demon God" and the "Four Demon Kings" were titles created during the Ancient War that just stuck with the five strongest beings in the Demon World making Heitaros who ended Duel the Demon God and the rest were named the Demon Kings.
Epilogue 4.1: The Labyrinth of the Purgatory
Dio told Sieghart that Alfred had prepared a device for them so that they would not be doomed to aimlessly wander around the Labyrinth of the Purgatory forever.
Act 17.1: Traces of War in Forest
Alfred delivered a message to Dr. Oz from his master. Then he announced that demons released from the Purgatory would return to their land and fight against the New Hardliners while Dio was going to reclaim the Burning Canyon territory and would move simultaneously with them.
As Kyle and Cindy pointed out the reddish woodlands of Eternal Valley, Alfred said that the Burning Canyon's name was derived from these, and from afar, they looked like they were on fire. Further, into the trail, the butler corrected Lass that the "dangerous monsters" he thought might be living there were the traces of battle still left because of the special power by the demon sword Eclipse as the Demon World's best swordsmen, Burning Canyon's head Werner and the Ancient Demon Duel, fought in the very same forest. However, he made it clear that there were monsters that came because they were attracted to that energy.
Act 17.2: Death of Burning Canyon
With the Grand Chase still in awe of the traces of battle everywhere, Alfred attested to how powerful Werner was although he was no match to Duel whose sword pierced through his heart. The butler believed that Dio did not want revenge because the young master thought his father was not killed but rather had thrown his life away.
Act 17.4: Through the Darkness of Night
Despite Jin protesting that they rest a little bit after Amy had a minor injury as the sun was down, Alfred pressed everyone to hang in there. He claimed that Dio probably left before contacting him and that they must hurry in joining his master.
Along the way, the group encountered some enemy reinforcement that seemed involved in a peculiar device which Alfred thought was weird at a late hour.
Act 17.6: Ambitious Ramblin Reappears!
When Ronan inquired if there was an area in Burning Canyon where they did not reach yet, Alfred told them about the Abyss of Demon World below the valley and described how it touched the Underworld and was the last stop for the Underworld Train.
As Arme worried that Carnero might send back support troops after running away in defeat, Alfred proposed to guide them into the Burning Canyon's underground cemetery where they would not be meeting the enemies.
Act 17.7: Family's Grave
Alfred showed the cemetery where they buried Burning Canyon's family but it turned out to be full of Undead creatures much to the butler's confusion.
Act 17.8: You Can Do It, Elesis!
Noticing the nice-looking coffin, Alfred claimed that coffins for the head of the family usually looked like that. However, he clarified that Werner's was buried way deeper than the coffin they saw and that it belonged to a guy from about 340,000 years ago.
Act 17.9: Envoy's Silence
Alfred revealed on their way to Werner's grave that the reason his master never visited after the Burning Canyon head was laid to rest because he felt betrayed that his father whom he respected made such a cowardly move to end the war against Duel.
Act 18.1: Siege on Top of the Castle Wall
Alfred reassured the Grand Chase that sneaking into the top of the castle wall was the right decision since the siege weapons were meant to fight enemies that were below the wall and so there would be no reason for them to lose against the large number of guards occupying the Burning Canyon's Mansion which was built on a valley.
Act 18.2: Protect Foreign Castle's Entrance!
The group reached the entrance of the castle and Alfred informed them that there was no other way for the troops to keep reinforcing other than going through it.
Act 18.3: Tactic Weapon Inferno
Alfred appeared in a cutscene that took a peek at Dio's past. He was seen handing over the weapon Death Star from Werner to his young master.
Act 18.9: Commander's Identity
After successfully reclaiming the Burning Canyon from Yohanna, Dio hinted at Alfred to clean all the mess with the butler complying wholeheartedly.
Act 19.1: To the Abyss
Alfred promised to protect the mansion after Dio expressed his worry about leaving the territory that he just regained.
- Alfred is listed as one of Dio's likes so it may be that he sees Alfred as a close friend or even a father of some sorts.
- However, Drakar has a taunt where he orders Alfred to "throw out the trash".
- Despite being loyal to Dio, Dark Matriarch can summon Alfred with a paper bag over his head to fight for her when using Jeeves skill even when Jeeves was already summoned on the battlefield.
- Ley's expression when summoning him as well as the horns poking out of his head indicates that the Jeeves masquerade is indeed Alfred.
- Alfred has a striking resemblance to Alfredo, the Prime Knight's Butler. Whether this was intentional or not is unknown.