|Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories character|
|Japanese Voice actor(s)||Yukari Tamura|
|English Voice actor(s)||Wendee Lee|
|Class|| Zenon's Child (Disgaea 2)|
Princess (Disgaea DS)
Overlord Incarnate (Disgaea 3)
Rozalin is the daughter of Overlord Zenon, although she has lived most of her life sequestered in a massive mansion surrounded by servants, and given everything she could have ever wanted. One such servant is Tink, who later gets turned into a frog. Mom attempts to summon Overlord Zenon, but instead summons her and ends up binding her to Adell.
Being stuck with Adell, she attempts to rid herself of him by secretly planning to kill him. Her attempts however always end in failure due to Adell overcoming the trap, or the trap turning on Rozalin, forcing Adell to save her. Due to being locked up inside her mansion, Rozalin not only doesn't know how to fight properly, but she also doesn't know where her mansion is actually located. She is also inexperienced in the ways of the outside world, relying only on what she learned in textbooks from her mansion's library. She also often announces to people that she is "Overlord Zenon's One and Only Daughter" while flashing the Four Leaf Clover mark she has, claiming it to be a symbol of the bond she has with her father. After the battle with Demon Lord Etna, it is revealed that Rozalin doesn't even know where Overlord Zenon is, nor what he even looks like.
Over the course of the story, Rozalin grows more as a person and learns to like Taro, Hanako, and even Adell. During the Tournament Arc, it is shown that she is unsure of what to do if the group wins the tournament and is granted the chance to see Zenon, due to her experiences in the outside world. It also revealed that she is, in fact, a closet Prism Rangers fan.
When the group goes to Shinra Tower to get herbs to help Fubuki (with Etna wanting to find something to fix her loss of levels), they come across Laharl who not only annihilates them in a fight, but also smashes Rozalin's Four Leaf Clover mark which is soon revealed to be a seal holding back the soul of the true Zenon. Laharl, surprised by Rozalin's increase in power, is defeated so he decides to take his leave and come back for Etna later. Rozalin is unable to control Zenon's soul until Adell snaps her out of it (by slapping her).
During the Final Battle with the False Zenon, the real Zenon tells Rozalin to shatter the seal again if she wishes to help her friends. She does so and the real Zenon destroys the impostor with a single blast.
In the good ending, Rozalin soon aims her wrath at her friends, only for Adell to snap her out of it with a kiss (causing her to go ballistic and chase him as shown in the credits).
In the worst ending (Achieved by committing over 100 ally murders, including Rozalin at least once), Adell fights and kills her, only for the soul of the real Zenon to possess him.
Rozalin is the proud daughter of the most powerful demon in the world. Before she met Adell, Overlord Zenon had sequestered her into a sheltered life with no contact with the outside world. She is unlike any human or demon. At first, she views everyone as below her, and considers them all her slaves and servants, but as time passes, she begins to have more respect for her allies. As the plot in Disgaea 2 moves on, she questions what her father thinks of her and why he hasn't attempted to rescue her.
- Main article: Zenon's Child
Rozalin, as all playable characters, gains abilities as she levels up. Her abilities are a mix of attacks like Rose Thorns, where she fires upon foes with a gattling gun, and support skills like Kneel Before Me. Her final skill however is a powerful magic attack, which hints at her "other self". She also starts out wielding a gun, giving the character a ranged edge. Her special skill boosts allied male humanoids by 20%.
Interestingly, her probability of launching a combo with Adell starts at 0%, and steadily rises as the player progresses through the storyline, eventually capping out at 99%.
Her stats indicate a 120% aptitude towards HIT, boosting her preference for Guns even more. However, with her 110% INT aptitude, she can also use a Staff to pretty good efficiency once spells are learned.
Rozalin appears as a DLC character in La Pucelle: Ragnarok.
Rozalin appears as a bonus boss in the PSP remake of Disgaea: Hour of Darkness. Etna comments that she's "not Laharl's type", and wonders if she and Adell are the main characters of the next Disgaea game, to Laharl's scorn. Interestingly, her and Adell are considered monster type characters in this game, just as Gordon was made a monster type in his guest appearance in the final battle of Dark Hero Days.
Just like in Afternoon of Darkness, Adell and Rozalin can be fought in the Demonhall Mirror. Once defeated, they will both join the player's party at levels 2000 and 2500 respectively. Like Adell, she is treated as a Monster Character in this game, though she keeps the attack range of a Disgaea 2 gun (shooting in a straight line). She also retains the "Rose Liberation" skill from her native game.
Rozalin appears in Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice as a downloadable character. In it, she attempts to become an Evil Academy teacher. However, her idea of being a teacher is rather outrageous, containing such things as overly high pay and short work weeks. Mao becomes angry at this and challenges her. After her defeat, she decides to leave and look elsewhere for employment (as she is trying to raise money to buy Adell a gift). However, Mao doesn't let her leave and forces her to become a Student. If the player beats Adell, they have a scene together where they reveal that they were trying to buy gifts for each other, after his defeat if she is beaten first and vice versa.
Rozalin has been confirmed to appear in Disgaea 4 as a DLC character.
Much like in Disgaea 3, she wishes to join the party to earn money. The cast quickly compare her to Emizel who denies any similarity and fights her. She loses but is allowed to join the Hades Party, where upon she reveals that her employment requirements have not changed since Disgaea 3, but is allowed to keep the job.
She was released on November, 21 2011 in the U.S along with Adell
Rozalin appears in Disgaea D2 as a DLC character.
Laharl and company find Rozalin wandering a forest. Upon seeing them, Rozalin greets them as if they know her, but the other characters display confusion as to who she is. Laharl becomes paranoid, and assumes she is after the throne, attacking her on the spot.
After the battle, Rozalin announces herself as "The Overlord's daughter," which confuses Flonne into thinking she is referring to Laharl. (Which she isn't) An irritated Flonne demands Rozalin join the party so she can be supervised, with Laharl accepting with indifference.
Rozalin's stat make-up is almost identical to her Disgaea 4 incarnation, with a focus on HIT and Gun usage. However, she is also adept at Books and Staves. Her native Evility "Princess Gleam" increases the Attack Power of male ally units on the map by 20%, despite the description saying it increases her own Attack Power.
Rozalin also comes with a second personality based on her Zenon form. This personality comes with the Evility "Lonely Overlord God," which increases Rozalin's Attack Power by 3% per any other unit on the field.
A color based on True Zenon's sprite in Disgaea 2 is one of Rozalin's color swap options.
Rozalin returns in Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance as a DLC character. She is seen in a DLC story along with Adell and Axel.
Rozalin's skill set is similar to that of Disgaea D2. She possess an overload skill Severe Aeshema, which when triggered, shatters her seal and transforms her into True Zenon, increasing damage dealt for three turns before returning back to normal.
She also have a combination skill with one of the Disgaea 5 characters, Seraphina, called Love Revelation.
- The gun shown in her concept art and in the game's intro is named "Noble Rose".
- Her mother never shows up in the game, but a sketch was done up for her so it is assumed she was originally going to have a role in the game. She later appears in the Tera Ice spell in Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention.
- Rozalin was the third most voted DLC for Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten.
- Strangely, even though she has wings in her artwork, burst images, and cut ins, her wings are nowhere to be seen on her in game sprites. This may be because the wings would obscure her arms, shoulders and bust if folded, and would be large and distracting if extended.
- Rozalin and Disgaea 5's Seraphina have many striking similarities. They are the only starting female protagonists to have a mature appearance. They are also the only starting heroines to focus on gun use in cutscenes, leading to their gun-centered DLC combination skill. They also have similar clothing styles, design elements, and crown-styled nobility-referencing accessories. Lastly, Seraphina and Rozalin's mother multiple art references both share design aspects, as well.