Tredd is a young man with spiked up red hair, white skin, and brown eyes. He has a scar that runs diagonally from the right hand corner of his mouth to his cheek. He wears the black uniform typical of his fellow Glaives and wears red fingerless gloves that have metal studs on the knuckles.
Tredd is arrogant, loud, and traitorous. He views himself and his foreign comrades as little more than "rats" who will be sent "back to the sewers" one they outlive their usefulness. Tredd considers the armistice between Lucis and Niflheim as useless and angers Nyx and Libertus by goading the two to return to Galahd.
Don't you get it? We're nothing to them. Rats, snuck in from behind the Wall. Sure, they had use for us when they realized we could work their magic, so they handpicked us out from all the other rats out there and just let us nibble away at His Royal Majesty's precious power. But as soon as this war's all over, it's back to the sewers for all of us.
Alongside his fellow Glaives, Tredd combats the combined forces of Niflheim and Tenebrae on the outskirts of Lucis. He returns to Insomnia when the enemy unexpectedly retreats. Two days later, Tredd discredits King Regis when he learns the monarch has agreed to sign a peace treaty with Iedolas Aldercapt, Niflheim's emperor. This puts him at odds with Nyx Ulric.
After the murder of Crowe Altius and subsequent return of her body to the Crown City, Tredd, Sonitus Bellum, and Axis Arra silently watch as Nyx and Libertus discuss their deceased comrade. On the day of the treaty signing, the three betray the rest of the Kingsglaive while on a mission to rescue the kidnapped princess of Tenebrae, Lunafreya Nox Fleuret, from aboard a Niflheim airship.
During Insomnia's fall, Tredd teams up with Sonitus and Axis to attack Nyx and Lunafreya from aboard a Niflheim gunship. The traitorous trio capitalizes on Nyx's inability to use magic, but fail to kill its target due to the intervention of Petra Fortis. A short time later, Libertus happens upon the burning remains of Petra's truck, as well as the corpses of Tredd and his cohorts.
Creation and developmentEdit
The likeness of Mehran Armando is used to portray Tredd. David Nutley serves as the character's motion capture artist.
In the Japanese version Tredd is voiced by Fuminori Komatsu. In the film's English version, he is voiced by Max Mittelman who is known for providing voice for Saitama in the English Dub of One Punch Man.