|This article contains information about Twenty-Fifth Baam, the main character and main protagonist of Tower of God. The most updated information about Baam from the most recent chapter can be found here. If you haven't caught up with the current Tower of God webtoon story, read at your own risk.|
|“||Stars, thrones, skies, the Outside World, I don't need any of those things. But if someone tries to hurt someone precious to me, I will fight.||”|
Rachel: Baam has a deep and complicated relationship with her. They were best friends and he views her as an older sister figure. She was the reason why he entered the Tower in the first place. However, since Rachel requested Khun to lie about her identity, Baam wonders why she will not just reveal herself to him and is aware she may not want him to follow her. Baam decides to do so anyway and is eventually betrayed by her, confusing him. Therefore, he decides to climb the Tower in order to rationalise which action to take when he confronts her. When Love asks Baam about his reason for joining FUG, he responds that he is looking for someone, hinted to be Rachel. When questioned on whether or not he seeks revenge on her, he responds that he'll find out once he meets her.
After reuniting with her at the Hell Train, he becomes enraged when she refuses to answer why she pushed him down on the second floor. Leading him to go berserk and lashing out with the power of the Thorn. After this outburst and a harsh lecture from Hwa Ryun, Baam begins to question himself and wondering if he is acting just like Rachel.
During the Floor of Death arc, when Baam encounters Rachel a second time, he sees through her attempts to deceive him with relative ease and rejects her ideals and methods, showing that he has finally started to accept Rachel's corrupt character. However, he still has a soft spot for her, as he is shown crying after he rejects her, when he gives her a fair shot to claim the thorn fragment for herself, and when he uses his one favor from Poe Bidau Gustang to cure her of a deadly poison. However, these lingering feelings are almost completely erased at the end of the Hidden Floor arc, when Rachel puts Khun in a coma. Baam confronts Rachel, admitting that he just can't understand her, and rebuking her when she claims to have done nothing wrong. He then attacks and completely overwhelms Rachel, and though he still spares her life, he states that he will kill her if she ever harms his friends again. However, before Rachel escapes, she reveals that she knows the truth about Baam's hidden identity and his past with Arlen Grace, and she says that he is not a savior, but a monster that will bring about the end of the tower.
Ha Yuri Zahard: Baam's first meeting with her was awkward, to say the least. He was kicked in the face by her due to the fact that she had jumped down from one of the higher floors to see Baam, an Irregular. To her disappointment, Baam did not look very special to her at all. However, she unreservedly helped him pass Headon's test, which would have been impossible otherwise. As a result, Baam has grown to admire and respect her. In Part II, after Viole's supposed death, Yuri continued to search for him over five years and claimed "He's not someone who'd die like that", showing she has very high expectations in his abilities. Yuri also had a desire for Baam to reach the top of the Tower. She seems to have a liking for Irregulars like Baam.
Baam's feelings towards her seem to be of respect and admiration, though he does admit she had her quirks while conversing about her with Androssi. He sees her as a kind individual because of her aid when he first entered the tower but begins seeing her as a "great" person after Lero explains to him the meaning of being a Ranker.
Khun Aguero Agnis: Baam was a little uneasy with Khun at first, but they've become good friends, despite having contrasting personalities and characteristics. He was upset when he realized that FUG had set a trap to pit Kohun against him and became distraught when Khun was caught in the explosion at the Hand of Arlen. Khun has aided Baam countless times throughout various obstacles presented in the Second Floor. After learning Baam was an Irregular, Khun put his status on the line to aid him. Khun saw something within Baam which he had lost a long time ago and was determined to help Baam get to the top.Even after Baam's supposed death, he still wants to keep the team that Baam would've wanted to protect going asking Ship Leesoo to lead the other team. Khun is still willing to go to lengths to find out about Baam's "murderers", even having to deal with the "woman who killed his most precious friend". He likes Baam very much. In Part II, Khun, after finding out Viole was Baam, became extremely angry at FUG and frustrated with his inability to help his friend. Khun is currently attempting to capture Beniamino Cassano and Rachel on board the Hell Train.
Due to Khun's attitude, and has expressed a clear desire to kill Rachel without Baam knowing about it, Baam has become slightly suspicious of Khun; however, this has not yet made any damage in their relationship as of yet. Their friendship has actually grown. Because of Rachel's treatment of Khun, Baam was finally able to get angry at Rachel and willing to fight her.
Rak Wraithraiser: Baam is also friends with Rak, although Rak is a little bit annoyed by him at times. Whenever Baam is injured, Rak seems concerned about him. Rak wishes for Baam to keep climbing the Tower, claiming that it is because he could continue to hunt him. Later in Part II, the level of care and affection Rak has come to develop for Baam is apparent when they finally reunite and Rak confirms that Viole's secret identity is Baam. Rak sheds tears and embraces him, expressing his joy in Baam being truly alive and that he will never let him go nor forgive those who put Baam through such hardships.
Since then Rak has continued to climb the Tower with Baam in his hunt for Rachel, though he has grown irritated since circumstances have constantly left him behind while Baam moves on ahead.
Hatsu: Hatsu and Baam get along well and have an easy friendship. Baam helped him fill up his friends' list, to which Hatsu seemed grateful. After the Submerged Fish Hunt ended, he became agitated when Parakewl was only concerned about whether they passed. When Parakewl kept using the word 'dead', Hatsu threatened to kill him. He felt indebted to Baam and was the first to propose to helping Rachel climb the Tower. In Part II, when Baam found out that the "Devil of the Right Arm" had defeated Hatsu, he seemingly challenges Rapdevil, which shows that he still cares deeply for his old team.
Ship Leesoo: These two are friendly with each other. Although Leesoo knew that Khun manipulated everyone into helping Baam for the Submerged Fish Hunt, he didn't tell anyone because he too wanted to help Baam. When he thought Baam was dead, he supported the idea of helping Rachel to honour Baam's wishes and was the one to gather everyone for it.
However, their relationship hit a rough spot, with Leesoo actively trying to murder Baam after learning of the fake news of Jyu Viole Grace killing Khun broke out. They briefly fight one another during the game to gain tickets for the Workshop Battle, with Leesoo becoming confused by "Viole's" desire to protect his own teammates when he murdered Khun. Leesoo becomes increasingly confused by Baam's nature during the Workshop Battle, and it isn't until he meets Hatsu that Leesoo learns that Viole was Baam.
Since their reunion and him learning that Khun did not die, Leesoo and Baam are back on friendly turns however their time together was short because Leesoo and his team had already progressed beyond Baam's at that point.
Androssi Zahard: At first she was indifferent to Baam, but as time progressed they became friends. After learning that Baam was an Irregular, she put her status as a Zahard's Princess on the line to help him. She coached Baam on fighting in preparation for the Submerged Fish Hunt. Baam appears to have influenced her somewhat. When Ren attempted to kill Anak using her, she thought of the conversation with Baam on loneliness. After his supposed death Leesoo notes that her behavior became increasingly wild; likely her way of dealing with the grief of his death. She appears to have gained a crush on him, telling him to hurry (with ditching his team at the time) before they lose the opportunity to date during the Workshop Battle party. Before she left to return climbing the Tower with her team, she and Baam had a date and she kissed him on the cheek.
Androssi joins Baam in the name hunting station after Baam helps her get her name back. She helps Baam escape from Karaka's unexpected attack and follows him into Floor of death in order to meet Garam Zahard. Then, when they get to the Hidden Floor, Androssi helps Baam escape from his 'enemy' which ends up being himself but as Viole. Androssi also saves Baam from Big Breeder s using her Bong Bong. Androssi also helps Baam escape from the last station and fights on his side.
Arlen Grace: Arlen is Baam's mother. However, Baam has never met her. He heard of her from Garam Zahard, and Arlen's hand was the place where Baam was tricked and had to follow FUG's team. Baam's last name as a slayer candidate came from Arlen Grace. Arlen and V had a child though Zahard kills the baby, and Arlen attempts everything within her power to save the child's body to no avail. After nothing had worked out she decided to leave it to the Outside God to be revived. Baam is now planning revenge on Zahard since he drove V to suicide.
V: V is Baam's father. Baam had never met him, he heard of V from Garam Zahard. It was assumed by Garam that his pseudonym Viole came from his father's name, V, and he ended his life in despair of losing his child and having to see Arlen go crazy.
As Jyu Viole Grace, Baam met the people who would become Team Tangsooyook while taking his test for the 20th Floor. Viole's affiliation with FUG, initially standoffish demeanor and unrivaled strength made him feared and mistrusted by the Regulars, but their need to climb the Tower led them to pursue an alliance, which was eventually forced by Wangnan during the test.
Most of the members of the team continue to refer to Baam as Viole, likely out of habit.
Ja Wangnan: Wangnan used to fear Viole to the point of avoidance. It is unknown what Baam personally thinks of Wangnan, but Wangnan thought of Baam as a monster (he called him a demon of destruction) due to his power and his stated goal. As time progresses, he learned of Baam's past and the unwanted life forced upon him. Wangnan thinks highly of Viole now that he knows Viole's reasons for fighting and appears to want to become friends. After he found out about Baam's deal with FUG, Akraptor noticed that Wangnan had become very serious about the tests and didn't joke around as much. Wangnan appears to be the most concerned over Viole, wishing to help him achieve his goals and worrying over him.
Wangnan and Baam continue to be on good terms with one another, continuing to aid each other on the Hell Train.
Yeon Yihwa: After they first met and Viole tried to fail her along with the other Regulars. They had to share a room on the 20th Floor, much to Yihwa's displeasure. Yihwa thinks Viole is very suspicious but appears open to the idea that Viole might not be as bad as he appears (mostly due to her belief that "he doesn't have the face of a bad guy"). Most of their antagonism is due to the fact that Viole says he has no interest in her physically which Yihwa sees as an insult to what she believes to be her beautiful figure, and that Viole can cook better than her. Yihwa however warmed up to Viole and now sees him as a good person after he protected Miseng from Urek Mazino almost at the cost of his life. Yihwa seemed to be genuinely concerned for Viole and tried to nurse him back to health. Later on it is hinted that she has romantic feelings for him, such as when she was staring at Viole as he interacted with his old team and noted that she had never seen him make a face like that before. Later when it seems like the team might die, her immediate thought was that she doesn't want to die because she would never be able to see Viole make such a face again.
After the Workshop Battle she begins to doubt her position on the team and becomes wary of the powerful enemies they face. After some encouragement from Hwa Ryun she decides to continue staying by Viole's side. She is also noted to be unable to get used to Viole's appearance as Baam, being surprised by the innocent-looking face he had behind his bangs.
Kang Horyang: Horyang respects Viole for his strength and was initially wary of the red exoskeleton Viole possesses, since it reminded him of a Living Ignition Weapon. He doesn't appear to think badly or hold a grudge against Viole for his actions when they first met. Later, Viole earns his respect when he protects Miseng and he now knows that Viole is a definitely a good person. Before he went to find Cassano, Horyang fought Viole to force him to reveal the power he saw from the exoskeleton since if it was an ignition weapon it would mean that Viole's power came at the sacrifice of countless lives. After Viole revealed it's origin Horyang admitted that he never really thought of Viole as the type of person who would have a Living Ignition Weapon anyways and apologized.
After witnessing Horyang seemingly be killed, Viole goes into a rage and attacks Ran and Novick under the assumption that they were his killers. Though his fury soon transfers to FUG after he realizes they were responsible for the incident. After that he and Horyang work together in the "perfect team" that FUG had put together for the Workshop Battle. Once Viole tries to escape FUG he trusts Horyang to help him, and they fight their way out together, though Horyang ends up comatose in the process.
Since then Viole has been seeking Casano, though as a secondary objective to finding Rachel, in order to wake Horyang from his coma.
Hon Akraptor: Akraptor seems to trust Viole to a certain extent. He doesn't meddle with Viole's personal affairs and doesn't seem to judge him for being part of FUG. He is the most pragmatic of the group concerning Viole and the group's position. He also treats Viole as a friend and is willing to help him after finding out the reason he is climbing the Tower.
Viole has yet to learn of Akraptor's death.
Yeo Miseng: At first Miseng feared Viole but was always polite to him, even giving him some candy after he had threatened to "drop" her and Goseng in the previous test. After passing the 20th Floor Test, Miseng and Viole appear much more comfortable with each other. Viole is even shown carrying Miseng on his shoulders while they rode out one of their test. Later on, when Miseng came between Viole and Mazino's attacks, Viole risked his life to protect her and nearly died in the process. The night Horyang left the group Viole comforted Miseng when she started worrying about him.
Yeo Goseng: While originally terrified of Viole for his association with FUG, she seems more comfortable with him. Even before they formed a team, she didn't think he was a murderous monster. When Viole brought over his FUG associates to their house, she was shaking so much she ended up cutting herself. Later on, during their test Zygaena emerged from the water, and she can be seen hiding behind Viole's legs the whole time.
Prince: While Viole appears to be mostly indifferent to Prince, Prince used to have a lot of antagonism for Viole. This was partly out of jealousy of Viole's strength and over him winning possession of Yeon Yihwa during the shinsu competition then rooming with her afterwards. After they formed Team Tangsooyook, Prince became more mellow and appears to accept Viole as a teammate. He is also willing to help Viole after finding out his reason for climbing the tower even though it would put him in a dangerous situation. During the Workshop Battle after his round was over, Prince found Viole in the stands and started shouting that he would bring Viole back to their team even if he had to beat him to do it while the others dragged him towards the exit.
Viole has yet to learn of Prince's death.
FUG: The organization relies on his status as an Irregular for them to kill Zahard. In order for him to join their ranks, they forced him by threatening the lives of his friends. As a Slayer candidate, the members look at him as a god and as a way to solve their problems. Many respect his opinion, while some see him only as a tool, willing to go against his desire to protect his friends, conducting plans to kill them despite the fact they are the very reasons why he agreed to join them, with none of the Elders trusting or being willing to help him in particular. His popularity among FUG increased even further after his victory over the Test Ranker Pan, as many members of FUG strongly expressed FUG should help in the battle and even the Elders were forced to acknowledge and begin to support him.
Ha Jinsung: He is a member of FUG and is Viole's personal martial arts instructor. He thinks very highly of Viole and respects his opinions. He is very proud of Viole to the point where he brags about Viole's talent and genius. He appears comedically protective of Viole, asking Viole's teammates if they picked on him or made him do any housework (noticing Viole's chapped hands). He lies to FUG in order to protect the new friends Viole made, claiming that they made good hostages; though Karaka's response to this statement implies he was lying. In a flashback, it is shown that Jinsung initially had reservations about training someone so seemingly ordinary, but quickly became impressed with Viole's ability to quickly pick up skills. He had built up a reputation of being an incredibly merciless fighter, but when he used a destruction technique on Baam to help him learn it faster during one of their first training sessions he said it made him feel vicious. He later admitted to Yu Han Sung that he hadn't felt that way in a long time and that his senses that had been dulled by rage seemed to come back to life that day.
Ha Jinsung is also revealed to be the main reason why Viole has so much freedom, with the Elders and Slayers afraid of incurring his wrath. Using his influence and that of Mirchea's to make sure the other elements of FUG don't have their way with him.
After Viole's brief coma following his confrontation with Rachel, Ha Jinsung attempts to keep Viole off the Hell Train, fearing for Viole's safety should he confront the other Slayer Candidate rumored to be on board. Once Viole makes his desire clear to get onto the train, Ha Jinsung attempts to make him stay by force, but is outwitted by Khun's plan and he begrudgingly accepts his pupil's decision.
On Viole's end of things, he seems to respect Ha Jinsung a great deal, calling him teacher even after his attempt to leave FUG. Viole appears to appreciate the strength that Ha Jinsung gave him, even if it wasn't under the best of circumstances.
When Viole gets to the Name Hunt Station and buys Kaiser's name, Ha Jinsung pays 10 billion points to buy Kaiser's name and says that 10 billion points are not that much for helping his dearest student, Viole. He also adds that he's not the one rescuing Kaiser, but FUG's god, which refers to Viole.
When the Hell Train arrives at the Last Station, and Zahard's Army arrives to capture Regulars on the Hell Train, Ha Jinsung blocks Kallavan's way of getting to the last station and despite Kallavan's overwhelming power, he refuses to give up even after having his hands destroyed and then stabbed by Maschenny's spear, even using the last of his power in an attempt to stop them. Kallavan teleports to the last station and tells Viole that Ha Jinsung must be dead, and Viole is drifted by madness and starts attacking Kallavan. Viole keeps on attacking Kallavan, though he ends up running away because Karaka told him that if Viole doesn't run away but get captured, Ha Jinsung's sacrifice will end up into nothing.
Hwa Ryun: "Currently" a member of FUG. The only interaction they had in Part I was during the Crown Game, during which Hwa Ryun had disguised herself as one of the Regulars for a mission. When she attempted to attack Rachel, Baam took the attack and the shinsu around him seemed to lash out at Hwa Ryun spontaneously. The attack cut her mask in half and grievously wounded her eye. She is later seen with an eyepatch for the rest of the series, though it seems that she does not hold it against Baam. She later revealed that it was through her advice that FUG was able to manipulate Baam into becoming Viole. Though her dialogue with him makes it unclear whether or not she helps him under FUG's orders, or a desire of her own; with her answering in ambiguous fashion when questioned. She is also one of the first to refer to him as "my god", though it is in an endearing way rather than the reverence other FUG members say it with.
In Part II the two of them have become closer, Hwa Ryun acts as Baam's Guide with the expectation that Baam will grow strong enough to one day kill Zahard. She often manipulates individual members of Team Tangsooyook in a way that benefits Baam, such as when FUG members took Viole behind her back and she informed Khun about everything that had happened to Viole so he would go to the Workshop Battle. In a flashback, it has been shown that Hwa Ryun can be cruel/helpful to Baam (restarting the lethal/training stone golem) because of her high expectations. Hwa Ryun views Viole as her God as well as a man. It is unknown whether she means he has grown since Part I to be able to protect his friends or whether she was hitting on him by calling him her man. She also seems to think highly of Viole to the point of giving him the Thorn and helping them win the Tournament. Viole seems to care for her a great deal, becoming enraged when Reflejo shows that he has taken her hostage and beaten her.
The two seem to have a strangely large amount of trust for one another despite her role in Baam's transformation into FUG's Slayer; with Viole immediately suggesting to go to her for help despite Khun's reluctance. It is noted in as they fight their way to the Hell Train that Viole has complete faith in her, shown by their charge pass the Mirotic Guardian. Once separated, Hwa Ryun notes that Viole was much easier to control (not necessarily in a negative way) than anyone else, while observing how Rachel's team doubted her advice. She later shows irritation in her inner thoughts when he doesn't immediately notice her when they are reunited on the train. She also says he is rude when he tries to walk past her without saying "hi" when he returns from the HIdden Floor and has not seen her for a week.
Viole seems to see her as a source of guidance and takes her words to heart when she admonishes him for his behavior when confronting Rachel. It is unclear whether or not their relationship is one of genuine friendship, or of mere allies of convenience at the moment. It should be noted, that even after Baam is reunited with his friends from the floor of test, Hwa Ryun still only calls him Viole.
Yu Han Sung: He was test director of the 2nd Floor. He first meets Baam in the 2nd floor as a test director, and when Baam gets betrayed by Rachel and is left alone, he is the one that teaches Baam along with Ha Jinsung. He said that if Baam doesn't become slayer candidate, they are going to kill off his friends, starting with Rachel. He teaches Baam many skills related to wave controlling, though Baam doesn't like using any of them.
They also meet each other in the hidden floor, but Yu Hansung as a regular. They meet each other in fruit of good and evil. Yu Hansung saves Baam and Androssi from getting murdered by one of the traps, though Baam hates Yu Hansung so much, Yu Hansung doesn't know that. Yu Hansung helps him meet Khun Eduan.
When the Hell Train arrives to the last station, Yu Hansung helps Baam escape through many rankers and high rankers. Yu Hansung tells Baam that he improved.
Karaka : He is 11th slayer of FUG. A fellow student of Ha Jinsung. Karaka first appears in the name hunting station with Viole, and blocking his way to the Hell Train. With Yuri, Yihwa, and many others' help, Viole escapes to the Train and Karaka fails to get him.
Then, in the last station, when Zahard's army comes and attacks Regulars in the hell train, he helps with his best, knowing that Ha Jinsung chose Viole over him, and Karaka decides to help Viole get out of the last station.
White : He is 10th slayer of FUG. He is originally from Arie Family, though he joins FUG and becomes a slayer planning revenge on Arie Hon. He first claims that he is Hoaqin, just a D rank Regular who is a slayer candidate, then fights with Viole over slayer candidate by making game up called dollar show in the Hell Train, and he is defeated by Viole and people who were murdered by White.
Then, when White gets all his power backs, even from the last clone, he helps Viole out of the last station, and he faints twice in the process, though he managed to get his powers back. Though Viole rejects to get help from him, White still stays and helps Viole escape.
Over the years, it seems Baam's relationship with White has became a little friendlier, as Baam seemed willing to trust him and White encouraging Baam to use the power of the souls inside him so he could better fight Kallavan.
Khel Hellam : As one of the Elders of FUG, Khel Hellam initially did not have too much of an opinion towards Baam, being more than willing to kill him, but after seeing Baam was able to alter fate to defy his predictions by stripping him of his control over Doom, Hellam began seeing Baam's potential as something that could counter even Zahard's, although he would be more than willing to kill him if he proved to be dark.
Baylord Yama : He is a slayer of FUG. He was reluctant to help Baam with rescuing Ha Jinsung at first, but later when almost half of canines die, he joins with Baam for revenge.
Urek Mazino: He is currently in 4th rank, and he is Co-founder of Wolhaiksong. He first meets Baam in Zygaena, and when he finds out that Team Tangsooyook is trying to take the flowers, he fights with Baam. However, when he finds out that there is a baby of Zygaena growing, he lets Baam and his team go out. Afterwards, he realizes that Baam had left a scar on his face, and he orders to keep an eye on him and his team.
In Floor of death, they meet again, and Urek defeats Hell Joe . Then, when he meets Po Bidau Gustang, and he says that Baam might stand on the equal side of Urek, Zahard, and the 10 Great Family Heads, Urek asks Baam if he is an irregular, and Baam tells him that he is an irregular. Urek tells him that he should forget whatever happened in the floor of death.
Khun Ran: At first they were antagonistic to each other because Viole had thought Ran and Novick had killed Horyang. Because Ran and Novick were part of Khun's Team, Viole treats them kindly and tends to allow them freedom of movement, much to their confusion. Ran seems to sense that Viole is not the enemy and that he may have a friendly relationship with Khun.
Novick: Novick is confused by Viole's actions, who he sees as having no reason to treat them kindly but does so anyway. Novick mostly follows Ran's lead while they are being held prisoner by the team FUG chose for Viole. Novick has noticed several instances were Viole showed concern over their well being and doesn't understand how Khun fits into it. He has realized that Viole wasn't like the other Regulars and thinks that he "has a light" to him. They have begun to develop some trust between them, as Viole is shown asking Novick to perform actions unknown to the rest of the team, and Novick protected Viole by warning him before Reflejo could find him making contact with his old teammates.
Boro: Boro is a D-rank Regular who has teamed up with Baam to participate in the tournament at Train City. Boro has expressed an interest in Jyu Viole Grace and shows even more interest now that he knows Baam and Viole are the same person. Boro seems to be interested in what Baam has to do with FUG and also notes that Baam's martial arts style seems "familiar" to him. How Baam feels about Boro however, has not yet been made apparent as he was told by Hwa Ryun to gather teammates in which he could "throw away".
Sachi Faker: Sachi is a Top D-Rank Regular who is known as the "Ticket Hunter". He teams up with Baam against Hoaqin during the Hell Train, hoping to defeat him for revenge from a past incident on the train. He continues to help Baam even after defeating Hoaqin, during the Name Hunt and the Floor of Death.
God of guardians: Baam runs into a special guardian called "The God of Guardians" who all the guardians in the hell train worship and fear. The God of guardians notices immediately that Baam is an Irregular who had opened the gates of the tower similarly to Zahard. He reveals that he trained the Great Warriors along with Zahard and helped unlock their "true" power, which Baam later partakes in. After the Name Hunt Station, Baam trained with him again until the train reached the Floor of Death.
Lo Po Bia Elaine: Initially, Baam is determined to defeat Kaiser in order to pass Yuri's "test" and continue to the Floor of Death. Once Rak and Yihwa are captured by Kaiser, Baam becomes even more determined to defeat Kaiser, remarking that he is very angry at those who would play with the lives of his companions. Upon learning of the circumstances behind Kaiser's reason for being at the Name Hunt Station, Baam remarks that he feels sorry about her situation, but it still does not justify all that she has done. He remarks that if he had to choose between saving Kaiser and destroying the station, he would choose to destroy the station without any hesitation. Once the fight with Kaiser begins, he notes how skilled she is with her various abilities. Near the end of the fight with Kaiser, Baam questions why Kaiser would choose to remain at the station, eventually telling her that if she truly was thinking of her family she would change her way of thinking and refuse to be involved in a practice as disgraceful as the Name Hunt Station. After defeating Kaiser, rather than stealing her name and letting FUG take over the station, Baam decides to buy Kaiser's name, and with it, her freedom. Baam remarks that he did this to both ensure Endorsi would receive her name back and also to allow Kaiser to live as her own person, rather than as a slave to her family.
In Season 3, Kaiser is now traveling on a mission with Hockney and Baam as part of Baam's team.
David Hockney: Bam first met him on the hell train on the floor of death. Boro introduced Hockney to him. Bam had few suspicions at first. On the way, they are sucked by a current and Hockney helps him and they travel the floor of death together and become good friends.
Zahard: Being the famous true king of the Tower, it is clear that Baam has heard about him. Although he did not seem to have any personal grudge towards him and didn't seem to be inclined to follow FUG's desire to kill him, this quickly changed after learning that he was killed by Zahard, who is revealed to be a great enemy of his parents and also meeting the data Zahard, at which he quickly got on the wrong foot when he angrily questioned Zahard for his denial of knowing his mother. Having already been pondering whether he would have to fight Zahard as his greatest enemy, Baam quickly began to resent but also fear Zahard for his immense power and skill as well as his seemingly iron-fisted and forceful rule, as he trained hard for an entire month to face Data Zahard in combat. When they fought, Baam soon lost any fear he had of him and battled him bravely and unhesitantly, even expressing a desire to fight the real Zahard and stop him for his tyrannical rule. Soon enough after his victory over the Data Zahard, he was confronted by the real Zahard, who relished the chance to kill him just like he did before as the son of the woman who never returned his love and would have done so had he not been stopped by Data Eduan and the spatial control skill of the Thorn. This along with Zahard's other despicable actions that Baam learns has sealed the enmity Baam feels towards Zahard.
Kallavan: While they only met each other for a short while on the massive battlefield, Kallavan told Baam that his master is probably dead. Baam asks Kallavan aggressively on how did he know Ha Jinsung, and Kallavan talked about him tearing his master's arm off and killing him. Baam who was in denial immediately attacks Kallavan, but none of his attacks did any damage. Even at a crucial moment where the crew needed to escape, Baam insists to stay and keep fighting even if he dies. Baam resents Kallavan for hurting and possibly even killed his master. Baam escapes the battlefield in order to come back stronger to fight him.
Garam Zahard: She is one of the chosen Zahard's Princess. She owns Indigo July and Blue August. She help Baam by telling him who made him be in this world. She also hands him Arlen's pocket, and tells him that Arlen and V is his parents. She helps him get into Floor of death containing his soul inside him, and help him defeat Hell Joe.
Khun Eduan: Though Baam never met him in real life, Baam met him in the hidden floor as his young data. He saves Baam from Zahard's data and promises Zahard that he's going to teach Baam and make him be able to battle with him. He helps Baam by making him be able to control orb, and also helps him do revolution. Then, after the battle is over and Zahard's data says Baam won, and real Zahard comes in, Khun Eduan's data gives his life up in order to save Baam from real Zahard.
Po Bidau Gustang: He is one of the 10 great warriors. He helps Baam and his team escape from FUG safely from the workshop battle. He claims that Baam will stand in equal spot as 10 great warriors, Zahard, and Urek. Gustang gives Baam the second thorn and heals Rachel and make Baam promise to give him something from Zahard from the hidden floor.
- ↑ https://www.reddit.com/r/TowerofGod/comments/f0ilvg/list_of_tower_of_god_character_names_in_korean/
- ↑ Vol.2 Ch.240: 43F - Hell Train: The Floor of Death (9)
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 SIU FanCafe Question And Answer (By Bunnyasbanana)
- ↑ (Currently)REDDIT: Translation of SIU's tweets 2016 july-2017
- ↑ Compilation of all additional materials (2011)
- ↑ Vol.2 Ch.305: ??F - Hell Train: Power (4)
- ↑ Vol.3 Ch.01: 52F - Deng Deng (0)
- ↑ Vol.2 Ch.118: 30F - Hell Train: Revolution Road (6)
- ↑ Vol.2 Ch.01: 20F – Last Chance (1)
- ↑ Ch.04: 1F - Headon's Floor (4)
- ↑ Ch.28: 2F - Position Test (1)
- ↑ https://mobile.twitter.com/tog_anime/status/1240401561257418753
- ↑ https://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2020/02/28/crunchyroll-unveils-tower-of-god-cast-staff-and-new-trailer-at-c2e2
- ↑ Vol.2 Ch.32: 21F – Flower of Zygaena (4)
- ↑ Vol.2 Ch.109: 30F - Epilogue (2)
- ↑ Vol.2 Ch.05: 20F – Last Chance (5)