"What, you don't trust me? Can't say I blame you. There are times when I don't trust myself."

Count Saint-Germain is a wealthy landowner with a mansion in London and a gentleman at heart with an air of grace and dignity. He graciously opens the doors of his home to the protagonist and her party. He is somewhat of strange bird but he is happy to help everyone for the amusement it provides.[1]

He is one of the five characters the player can choose to pursue in the game.

He is also voiced by Daisuke Hirakawa in Japanese and Brandon Mcinnis in English.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Saint-Germain is always seen with his eyes closed, as if he were blind. When they are open, however, they appear to be a clear, icy blue color.

It is very rare he is shown with his eyes open. If he is, it often means he is giving his "zero temperature smile", or the situation is considered serious.

However in the sequel games this is not the case and his eyes are more often shown open. In his own route, his eyes are open for most of its duration.

He first appears in the second episode.

Personality[edit | edit source]

Like Van Helsing, Saint-Germain is quite mysterious and not much is really known about him. He seems to be a kind and warm-hearted man who wants to stay out of trouble

It's hard to read his emotions because he's always smiling. He's even-tempered, but when angered, he's incredibly intimidating. The fastest way to anger him is to threaten to steal or destroy his beloved art collection.

Story[edit | edit source]

Chapter 1: London Steam[edit | edit source]

Chapter 2: The Strongest Stalker[edit | edit source]

 Chapter 3: A Girl’s Education[edit | edit source]

Chapter 4: Train Robbery[edit | edit source]

 Chapter 5: The Vampire’s Requiem[edit | edit source]

 Chapter 6: Negotiated Solution[edit | edit source]

 Chapter 7: The Buoyant and the Bellicose [edit | edit source]

Chapter 8: Nobody Understands the Truth[edit | edit source]

 Chapter 9: Twilight[edit | edit source]

Chapter 10: Seeker[edit | edit source]

 Chapter 11: Saint-Germain[edit | edit source]

 Chapter 12: Time For Decision[edit | edit source]

 Chapter 13: Promise[edit | edit source]

Relationships[edit | edit source]

Abraham Van Helsing[edit | edit source]

Arsene Lupin[edit | edit source]

Cardia Beckford[edit | edit source]

Delacroix II[edit | edit source]

Impey Barbicane[edit | edit source]

Herlock Sholmes[edit | edit source]

[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Saint-Germain is based on The Count of St. Germain, a real-life European courtier who was shrouded in mystery throughout his life.
  • Saint-Germain placed 3rd in the official Code: Realize poll with a total of 1112 (13.3%) votes.
  • Saint-Germain makes an appearance alongside the other characters of Code: Realize in the Idea Factory otome card game Sephirot ~World Tree of Time~ , which contains characters exclusively from otome games published by the company Otomate.

References[edit | edit source]

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.