Himmel is a character in the funeral freelance.
After a 10-year journey, he and his companions Eisen, a warrior, Heiter, a monk, and Freelen, a wizard, are the heroes of the group that defeated the Demon King. He and Heiter are childhood friends from the same orphanage. Although he is a beautiful man with a crying black face, he is an extremely good-natured narcissist to the point of ruining it. On the day of their departure, he and Eisen spoke to the king in a friendly manner and were almost executed for disrespect. However, when he sees someone in trouble, he can't leave them alone, and he is a good person who is willing to use his power for the benefit of others. He is a young man with the unmistakable heart of a brave man, and is loved by people and party members alike. Fifty years after the defeat of the Demon King. Fifty years after the defeat of the Demon King, he is an old man with a balding head and a rich white beard, but he is still a narcissist, and his first name remains the same as it was then: "I". He died of old age shortly after completing his long-awaited "Last Adventure," in which he and his former friends went to see the meteor shower known as the Half Century Meteor - the Era Ryusei. Many people of the generation who had only heard stories of Himmel's achievements attended the funeral and wept. His death triggered Freelen, who has lived as an elf for a long time, to decide to embark on a "journey to know humans. The passage of time in the play is expressed as "100 years after the death of Himmel the Brave," and one of the most enjoyable aspects of the work is that his presence increases as the story progresses, even though he left the stage in the first episode of the story. In his words and actions, he seems to have secretly had a crush on Freelen - or even truly loved her. When a child in the village rolled up her skirt, she even said, "You little shit," and "I'll kill you," in a fit of rage. She and Freelen had a good relationship, but Freelen was unaware of it and did not express her feelings until her death. In fact, Freelen had saved him when he was lost as a child. He was a good friend of Freelen's. He was also a good friend to her. He has a merciful nature, but he shows no hesitation at all toward the cruel demon tribe that does not follow the rules of humans. It seems that the demon tribe was also afraid of Himmel, and after Himmel's death, the remnants of the demon tribe, such as Aura of Decapitation, resumed their activities. Although his ultimate goal was to defeat the Demon King, he was also interested in adventure and helping people, and he is still admired by old people who knew him back then.