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Lalaya Obies (ララヤ・オビェス) is an alien and the queen of Faram Obius.
Lalaya has an average height, dark-purple long hair that is held back by a hairband, and long spiky ears, similar to that of and elf's. She has white skin and light teal eyes. She wears a purple dress with long purple gloves. She also has a purple crown.
Lalaya first debuted in episode 20. She was shown watching Inazuma Japan's previous matches in FFIV2 Asia preliminaries. She also looked particularly interested in Tsurugi when he performed Bicycle Sword. She then told Minel Eiba to bring Tsurugi to her, even though Tsurugi is a "Earthling". Later, Minel Eiba told her Shitennou will make sure that Earth will lose.
In episode 24, she had a talk with Tsurugi Kyousuke. She led him in a tour through her planet Faram Obius, where they saw the happy citizens here. When she spot a crying kid, she ordered Minel Eiba to stop the kid crying because she doesn't like seeing her people crying and unhappy. Later the kid's mother came back and thanked Lalaya for finding her kid. Tsurugi was also apparently impressed by her leadership. When Tsurugi said that he likes Lalaya's planet, Lalaya told her servant to prepare for celebration of their marriage, and Tsurugi was shocked by her words.
In episode 26, Tsurugi asked Lalaya why she chose him as the next king of Faram Obius, and Lalaya said that his eyes gave her a reassuring feeling, and that somehow she couldn't feel as ease even though her planet is the most advanced planet in the galaxy. Tsurugi then asked Lalaya to let him tour around Faram Obius for one day, in which Lalaya shot suspscious glances at him. However, she finally decided to let him go.
- According to Acrous Obies, he named his daughter "Lalaya" because it means "Happiness" in Faram Obius' ancient language.