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|Kanji Name||アスラン マフディール|
|Romaji Name||Asuran Mafudīru|
|Game Debut||Be My Princess 2|
|Butler|| Lavi |
Prince Aslan Mafdir is a selectable character from Be My Princess 2. He is one the newest princes, alongside Ivan, to be introduced in the game. Therefore, he is not related to any of the six original princes.
Aslan is the second prince of the kingdom of Shaharazal and son of the king and his mistress. His older brother, Heydar, is the crown prince.
Aslan's mother is of common birth and has no connections with nobility. However, she fell in love with the King and was therefore, married into royalty. When Aslan was ten years old, his mother passed away due to illness.
In his story, you learn of Aslan's strained relationship with his brother who seemingly pushed all of his duties onto Aslan.
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Aslan has deep dark blue eyes, black-bluish hair and a tan complexion.
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Summary of Routes
- His butler, Lavi, has the same hairstyle color as him but the MC says that it is "chestnut brown".
- As of Be My Princess 2 and My Forged Wedding's crossover sub stories, he is friends with Ren, implying that My Forged Wedding and Be My Princess 2 are in the same universe and timeline.
- Aslan is Turkish for "lion".
- He's the only prince whose mother was a mistress instead of a queen. However, given that Shaharazal is a polygamous country, this is considered quite normal.
- Aslan's relationship with his older brother is similar to that of Princess Anna and Queen Elsa from Disney's "Frozen" - the older sibling (and therefore heir to the throne) shut the younger sibling out for specific reasons. In Elsa's case, it was to protect Anna; in Heydar's case, it was to motivate Aslan to work on his duties on the chance that the former should pass away from illness.