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|“||Your eyes discern evil. Your mouth speaks the truth. Your heart is filled with justice. Your sword discerns evil. On that day, you taught me the path of the knight. I have not forgotten. The Seven Deadly Sins disobeyed that path and betrayed the Kingdom. I will say this just once now. Now I'm stronger than any of the Seven Deadly Sins.||„|
|~ Gilthunder's disguised plea for help|
Gilthunder is a Holy Knight and major character in the anime/manga series The Seven Deadly Sins. He is a knight determined to do anything to protect his lover Princess Margret and his kingdom, causing him to be forced to act against the Seven Deadly Sins after Margret's safety is threatened. After his former target Meliodas saves both Margret and him, he returns to the side of good.
He is voiced by Mamoru Miyano and Kazutomi Yamamoto as a child in the Japanese version, and by Robbie Daymond and Amanda Miller as a child in the English dubbed version.
As a child, Gilthunder was a friend of Elizabeth and a student of Meliodas. He had a crush on Margaret and was her own personal knight. Gilthunder dreamed on becoming strong as the Seven Deadly Sins or his father before him, but grew upset at himself as he believed he was struggling. He vowed to protect Margaret with his life as he loved her and joined the Holy Knights.
In the present day, as Gilthunder arrived at Bernia to collect taxes there, he tried their popular ale, but was disgusted from drinking it. In his anger, he thrusted his sword into the ground, cutting Bernia from its water source that they rely heavily on to make their ale. When Gilthunder received word that the sword has been removed from Meliodas, he threw over to Bernia that Meliodas there soon caught and threw it back to Gilthunder. This assumed Gilthunder's belief of Meliodas presence.