And just what do you think you're doing, sneaking around here, NiGHTS?
--Reala, NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams
Reala is a 1st level nightmaren and rival to NiGHTS. Reala is genderless like NiGHTS, but is often referred to as a male. This is mainly because he has muscles and uses red in a more "masculine" way. He is cruel, brutal, manipulative, and The Wiseman's orderly right-hand man.
While NiGHTS is jester themed, Reala is more circus themed. In NiGHTS into dreams, he delivers 1 of 2 spoken lines in the whole game, "There is no NiGHTS".
In NiGHTS: Journey of dreams he says when you're about to fight him he says "I'll bring your heads to Master Wizeman MYSELF! Rggh!". He is often seen in his devoteful persona mask, therefore scolds NiGHTS for not wearing it.
If you play in Versus Mode, Player Two is Reala. Reala seems to enjoy making vistors to Nightopia sad and angry as he did to Helen in NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams. In Versus mode, he can do all the moves NiGHTS can. Also, in NiGHTS Into Deams' Saturn version, he is playable in Versus mode. In Christmas NiGHTS, he is playable if the system date is April 1st, in allusion to April fool's day.
In the english version of NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams, he is voiced by Casey Robertson.
Reala is decorated in a whole lot of red. He's got the red headpieces, red boots, red jerkin, red gauntlets, and red mask to hide his creepy-looking face. His mask somewhat resembles a carnival eagle. In contrast to NiGHTS's purple and tertiary pink jester ensemble, Reala's is more of a blood red cirus clown on Halloween ensemble.
Reala is cold, hard, and orderly. In contrast to NiGHTS's Taoist ways, he seems to be a little like a man who follows Confucianism. Confucianism is a religion that goes ONLY by a code. Men respect authority. Women respect men. Children respect their older counterparts.
Alignment and Moral CompassEdit
Reala would be considered lawful evil in alignment. He commits organized acts of fear and other evil aspects. His moral compass would go Southwest with a little more South. There's a good chance he respects the authority that the Wizeman holds more than the evil his plans are.