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Alicia Lohmeyer (アリシア ローマイヤー, Arishia Rōmaiya) was an aide and advisor assigned by the Holy Britannian Empire to observe Nunnally upon her appointment as the new Viceroy of Area 11.

Character Outline[]

Alicia is a quintessential Britannian who regards Nunnally's pro-Eleven political stance with frigid opposition, but dutifully obeys regardless. However, she is willing to tell Nunnally her opinion, regardless of what Nunnally says, as long as it is for the better of Britannia. Despite the fact that she is supposed to be Nunnally's aid, Nunnally does not trust her; aware of the fact that Alicia Lohmeyer would find any chance to seize power to make living conditions worse for the Elevens should Nunnally let her guard down. Alicia also does not hesitate to lie to Nunnally about certain actions and abuse Nunnally's authority behind her back. This is evident when Alicia orders Kallen's execution, despite the fact that Nunnally would be completely against such a thing. As a Britannian, she also shows very little respect for Suzaku, despite the fact that he was the Knight of Seven at the time.

Character History[]

Second Season[]


Lohmeyer preparing to fire at the crowd of Zeros.

Alicia makes her first appearance, after Nunnally is sworn in as Viceroy of Area 11, as her aide and advisor. When Zero engineers the exile of one million Japanese during a second attempt at forming the Special Administrative Zone of Japan, she nearly starts a second massacre by firing upon the crowd. Suzaku disarms her to prevent it from happening again. She grows more resentful as Nunnally begins to assert herself in the workings of the government.

Lohmeyer caught in the F.L.E.I.J.A

Lohmeyer caught in the F.L.E.I.J.A.

When Nunnally is being evacuated from the second battle of Tokyo, Alicia orders for Kallen's execution (which is derailed by Sayoko) without Nunnally's permission. Alicia dies when the decoy ship she enters is consumed in the blast from the F.L.E.I.J.A. bomb, killing her and the other occupants.


  • Her name and character design are direct references to Miss Rottenmeier (ミス・ロッテンマイヤー, Misu Rottenmaiyā), a character from Nippon Animation's popular anime series Heidi, Girl of the Alps (アルプスの少女ハイジ, Arupusu no Shōjo Haiji).