Amalia and Yugo were revealed to have a deep desire to be with each other, despite the problems presented by their different races, after Amalia called off the wedding and the Brotherhood eventually conquered the Ogrest. However, due to an unknown reason, Yugo refuses to see Amalia even after she has changed her ways.
So does this mean that they don't like each other? Well, it's possible that they like each other but are just being strong willed about it. Maybe they had some kind of falling out that made them stop talking to each other? We can only guess really...
Later on, Amalia is revealed to return Yugo's affections as they glance at each other during Percedal and Evangelyne's wedding. Amalia and Yugo's relationship grows increasingly difficult in Season 3. They first display signals of fondness for one another. Then, after being kidnapped by Geists, they develop a close bond while imprisoned together.
Amalia shows admiration for Yugo's courage and determination, and she comes to respect him as a friend. When he decides to leave Erebus to find Edenia, she refuses to go with him because she believes it would be safer for him if he stayed behind. However, when Yugo returns without having found Edenia, Amalia realizes that going back to Erebus was the right thing to do and that she should never run away from her problems.
During Season 3, Amalia and Yugo grow closer as they struggle to survive. When their village is attacked by Geists, they hide together in a cellar until the chaos dies down. Later on, they encounter Percedal and Evangelyne who were saved by Yugo earlier on in the season. He tells them about Erebus and explains that Amalia is not allowed to love anyone else besides him. After hearing this, she cries herself to sleep.
When Yugo and Amalia ultimately beat Black Bump, they kiss, but Yugo later admits he regrets kissing her. This hurts Amalia's heart, but they eventually make up. Later, when Black Bump returns as a ghost, Amalia sees him and is terrified, but then realizes that it was just a dream. She hugs Yugo and tells him she's still in love with him.
Yugo asks if she wants to leave with him, and Amalia says yes. They go outside where Black Bump is waiting for them. Amalia tries to run away from him but Yugo grabs her hand and walks into the oncoming truck. Amalia screams his name as Yugo dies, but it turns out to be a dream too. When she wakes up, she finds herself alone except for Black Bump who has appeared behind her. He tells her that even though Yugo died saving her, she still lost him. Amalia cries as Black Bump leaves her alone again.
One day, Amalia goes to visit her father's grave. She remembers how he used to take her fishing and how much she loved doing this with him. Amalia decides to join him on his last trip and they go fishing together one last time. While they are out there fishing, Black Bump appears again and this time he has someone with him.
The music started. Yugo proceeded down the isle alone, since everyone else had risen. His voice was cheerful....
Yui and Aoki's contrasting ideals damage their relationship throughout the events of Yume Random, although they finally reconcile. She then admits to Aoki, and the two begin dating. However, after witnessing Aoki get hit by a car and killed during a battle with Tetsuya, Yui falls into a deep depression and breaks up with him. Despite this, she eventually gets over her grief and moves on with her life.
In the final episode of Yume Random!, it is revealed that three years after the incident where Tetsuya was killed, Yui married Ichirou Kumozawa (who was also injured in the same incident) and gave birth to a son named Kotaro. She still dreams about Tetsuya sometimes but says they are not as bad as they used to be. In the end, she decides to go to college in Tokyo to pursue her music career.
Later, at the conclusion of season one, it is revealed that she dislikes her brother Armand and has numerous disagreements with him. Spectacular Episodes Amalia has usurped her mother's role as Queen of the Sadida six years after the end of Season Two, and her forced marriage to Count Harebourg of Frigost opens the plot. Although she feels constrained by the marriage, she respects her husband and loves him very much.
In the third season, she is still married to Count Harebourg but they have been having an affair for several months. When she finds out about this, she is furious and tells him to leave the castle immediately. Later on, when asked why she had married him in the first place, she says it was because there were no other candidates who could rule Sadida.
Amalia has two children from her marriage to Count Harebourg: a son, Robert, who is three years old and lives with his parents; and a daughter, Catherine, who was born just months before the beginning of the series.
Amalia is a powerful sorceress who can control water elements. She wears a crown made of fish scales and has a hand mirror that can see into other worlds. Her weapon is a sword that can cut through anything.
When she was young, Amalia was trained by her father to be a great sorcerer but when he died, she stopped practicing magic.
"Thank you, and welcome to Yugo, King of the Elytropes, and Princess Amalia Sheran Sharm's marriage." His tone was upbeat. He had a good mood today.
Yago was the son of Prince Dakkar of Elysium and his wife, Merope. When he was young, his parents sent him away to be educated by other people. They said that only strangers could teach Yago manners and good behavior. So he went to live with some relatives in a city called Rome. There were many princes like him who had been sent away to learn how to be kings. Some of them ended up being very bad, but most of them grew up to be fine men.
Yago learned many things at his new home. One day he saw an emperor giving orders to some soldiers. The man told him that he was free to go home now because he had found a prince who wanted to marry him. Yago's mother and father were very happy when they heard this news and they invited him home immediately.
When Yago got back to Elysium, he asked his parents if he could marry someone too. His mother agreed, so Yago married Princess Amalia Sheran Sharm from Earth. Their wedding was one of the most important events in both their lives.
They aren't an official couple, but they share so many personal moments that it's hard not to envision a love story behind the scenes! Other bromance couples in Seraph of the End include Guren and Shinya, but Mika and Yuu are absolutely suited for each other, which is why we selected them.
Mika is one of the main characters in Seraph of the End who's in love with Yuu. However, since they're from different worlds, they can't ever meet or even talk to each other until about a year has passed. Even then, they don't really get a chance to develop their relationship because most of their time is spent fighting off enemies that attack them both. Despite not being an official pair, they do share so many personal moments that it's hard not to imagine a love story behind the scenes!
In the manga version, they actually do end up meeting and developing their relationship over time. But in the anime adaptation, they jump right into romance without any background information. Although this might make sense since Yuu starts out as a villain who turns good at the end of the series, it doesn't change the fact that Mika suffers as a result of their relationships not having any background development. If the anime were to adapt the manga version, this would allow for more room to explore their relationship.