Loquacious chief of the Warriors' Village
ゾラック, Zorakku

Illustration Kawano Junko
Gender Male
Race Human
Age 49 (S1)
Birth Year SY 409
From Warriors' Village, Toran Republic
Family Tengaar (daughter)
Appears in

Zorak (ゾラック, Zorakku) is a supporting character in Suikoden. Zorak is the loquacious chief of Warriors' Village.


Do you want to hear more? I have another good story.

—  Zorak

Zorak held the esteemed position of being the leader of the renowned Warriors' Village and was also the father of Tengaar. At some point in the past he lost his eye, suffering a grievous wound in the process, suggesting he was once a brave veteran of many battle. He took great pride in his heritage and possessed a vast wealth of historical knowledge concerning both Warriors' Village and the wider Lorimar region.

As an older man, Zorak had a penchant for going off on long tangents. When the hero arrived at the village, Zorak welcomed them into his home to discuss the village's situation with Neclord, which then diverted into a speech on the history and customs of Warriors' Village. The discussion continued until the sun had set.

The following morning, Neclord appeared at the village, seeking Tengaar. Despite Zorak's vow to prevent Neclord from taking his daughter, he proved powerless to stop the villain. Determined to rescue Tengaar, Zorak, accompanied by Hix, marched to Neclord's Castle. However, Neclord barred their entry, allowing only McDohl and his party inside.

In a plea to the hero, Zorak sought assistance in rescuing Tengaar and granted Hix full warrior status to aid in the mission. Secretly, Zorak knew of Hix and Tengaar's relationship and saw this opportunity as a way to help Hix realize his potential as a warrior. As the future husband of Tengaar, Hix's success would make him the rightful leader of Warriors' Village, and Zorak held high hopes for him.

Following the triumphant defeat of Neclord, Zorak made a binding agreement with the Toran Liberation Army, pledging that the Warriors' Village would serve the army. During the final battle, Zorak valiantly led his men to Gregminster to provide aid to the Liberation Army.

Reflecting on the Gate Rune War, Zorak expressed his admiration for the conflict and began to recount the tale of his ancestor, Clift the Crusader. However, the Liberation Army charged into Gregminster before he could finish his story.

Other languages and releases

Japanese katakana ゾラック
Japanese rōmaji Zorakku
Chinese simplified (HDR) 索拉柯
Chinese traditional (HDR) 索拉柯
Chinese pinyin Suǒ lā kē
English Zorak
French Zorak
German Zorak
Italian Zorak
Spanish Zorak


  1. Genso Suikoden Encyclopaedia (ISBN 4-575-16297-3), page 160
  2. Genso Suikoden Genso Shinsho Vol.15 (ISBN 4-7753-0252-3), page 62
  3. Genso Suikoden 108 Stars Character Guide (ISBN 4-7753-0050-4), page 156
  4. Genso Suikoden Kiwami Encyclopedia, page 69
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108 Stars (Battle) Hero IAlenAnjiAntonioBlackmanCamilleCleoCliveCrowleyEikeiEileenFlikFu Su LuFukienFumaFutchGenGonGremioGrensealGriffithHellionHixHumphrey MintzJuppoKageKaiKamandolKanakKasim HazilKasumiKesslerKimberlyKirkeKirkisKreutzKrinKuromimiKwanda RosmanLeonardoLepantLesterLiukanLorelaiLotteLucMaasMaceMeeseMegMiliaMilich OppenheimerMinaMooseMorganMosePahnPesmergaQuincyRonnie BellRubiSansukeSarahSergeiSheenaSonya ShulenStallionSydoniaSylvinaTai HoTengaarValeriaVarkasViktorWarrenYam Koo
108 Stars (Support) AppleChandlerChapmanEsmeraldaGasparGeorgesGiovanniHugoIvanovJabbaJeaneJoshua LevenheitKasiosKun ToLedonLeon SilverbergMarcoMarieMathiu SilverbergMaximillianMelodyeOnilQlonRockSanchoTaggartTempletonTeslaVikiVincent de BouleWindowZen
Other playable characters Odessa SilverbergTed
Non-player characters Ain GideBarbarosa RugnerBlackChief of the DwarvesChief of the ElvesClaudiaGeil RugnerGradyHanzoKanaanKraze MilesLeknaatMina (cat)MinisterNeclordRoshSanchezStar Dragon SwordTeo McDohlThrashVillage ChiefWindyYuberZorak
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Arus Banner MountainsFortress of KwabaFloating Fortress of ShasarazadeGregminster (Floating GardenGregminster PalaceScarlet Moon Inn) • Lenankamp (Keyaki Inn) • Magician's IslandMt. SeifuMt. TigerwolfRocklandSaradyTolna Canal
Dana Banner MinesBanner MountainsKalekkaKirovRokkaku HamletSecret Factory
Dragon Knight's Domain Dragon Knights' FortressDragon's DenSeek Valley
Gouran Fortress of GaranGreat Forest VillageKakuKouanSeika
Great Forest Dwarf TrailDwarves' Vault (Dwarf Mines) • Forest of IllusionKobold VillageLukie Ende TowayoPannu Yakuta CastleVillage of the DwarvesVillage of the Elves
Kunan AnteiRikonScarleticia CastleSoniere PrisonTeien
Lorimar Fortress of LorimarLiukan's HermitageNeclord's CastleQlon Temple (Cave of the Past) • Warriors' Village
Senan Fortress of DuhaFortress of RakanMoraviaNorthern CheckpointPirate's Fortress
Events Gate Rune War (Battle at Pannu Yakuta CastleBattle at Fortress of GaranFirst Battle at Scarleticia CastleSecond Battle at Scarleticia CastleFirst Battle with TeoSecond Battle with TeoBattle at the Northern CheckpointBattle at Floating Fortress ShasarazadeThe Last Battle) • Kalekka IncidentNew Liberation Army's Founding DayWar of Succession
Races DwarfElfGulhorseHumanKobold
True Runes Dragon RuneGate RuneNight RuneRune of Life and DeathSovereign RuneTrue Wind Rune
Terms Astral PredicationsBinocularsBlueprintsBronze AxeCliftDragon King SwordEarringEngineFake OrdersFinal BattleFire SpearFlowing Water CaneGreat ContractHikusaakKarakKilauea ShulenKirinjiLake ToranMathiu's LetterMoonlight HerbPrakkQlon (priest)Rokkaku HamletSadhna StreamTolna CanalToran (region)Village of the Hidden Rune