Before Kingdom Hearts χ
Ira is given a Keyblade forged from his own heart by the Master of Masters, who takes Ira, Aced, Ava, Gula, Invi, and Luxu as his apprentices. Ira eventually achieves the rank of Keyblade Master alongside his fellow apprentices.
After the Master bestows a copy of the Book of Prophecies upon Ira, he grants him leadership over the Unicornis Union as its Foreteller. As Ira and the other Foretellers read their copies of the Book of Prophecies, they are shocked by the final entry, which details an event known as the Keyblade War, during which light would expire and the world would reach its end.
When Luxu leaves to fulfill his role assigned to him by the Master, the Foretellers are shocked by his sudden disappearance. Shortly thereafter, the Master meets with Ira in the outskirts of Daybreak Town, assigning Ira's role to act as the leader in the event of his own demise. Ira questions if anything can be done to avoid the fate of the Keyblade War, which the Master denies, explaining that fated events cannot be changed, thus they need to focus on what comes after. Ira remains adamant and opts to attempt to avert this end by gathering enough Keyblade wielders.
Ira and his fellow Foretellers are soon introduced to the Master's new creation, the Chirithy. Though the Spirit Chirithy are meant to aid Keyblade wielders in their endeavors, the Master warns them that if a wielder falls to darkness, so will their Chirithy, causing them to transform into a Nightmare.
Without warning, the Master disappears from the world, and although the Foretellers actively seek him out, they are unable to locate him. Upholding the Master's teachings, Ira and the other Foretellers begin recruiting Keyblade wielders to each of their Unions, utilizing the powers of their copies of the Book of Prophecies in the form of Medals to aid their wielders in collecting Lux to maintain the balance of power.
Kingdom Hearts χ[chi]
The Foretellers take notice of the Keyblade wielders utilizing bangles that, when equipped, provide the power to collect dark energy. Ultimately, the Foretellers decide using the bangles was acceptable for their Union members. Not long afterwards, Ira summons the Foretellers for a meeting in the Foretellers' Chamber, declaring that there is a traitor among them after discovering a Nightmare Chirithy snooping around their home. Unable to come up with a viable solution to identify the traitor, as all Chirithy look alike and there are a high quantity of Keyblade wielders each of in their Unions, the Foretellers look to Ira for guidance. As Ira believes that the bangles are the Nightmare's doing since utilizing the dark energy collected by the bangles is equivalent to wielding the power of darkness, Ira asserts that only one of the Foretellers could have obtained the bangles, so the traitor has to be one of them. Aced condemns Ira for spreading doubt amongst them and storms off on his own, adjuring the meeting. Afterwards, Invi questions Ira's unusual behavior, prompting him to reveal the existence of the Lost Page, an entry depicting the events surrounding the traitor which has been excluded from the Foretellers' copies of the Book of Prophecies. Ira suggests that the identity of the traitor is likely whomever is in possession of the Lost Page. Invi then promises to keep an eye on the others and report their actions back to Ira.
One night, Player is shown a dream by Chirithy, in which Ira and the other Foretellers meet with the Master in the Foretellers' Chamber, though Nightmare Chirithy quickly puts a stop to this dream.
A few days later, Invi reports back to Ira that Aced and Gula have formed an alliance, Ira assumes that Aced is the traitor, though Invi argues that Aced's intentions indicate that his heart still belongs to the light. However, Ira retorts that Aced is betraying the Master's teachings by forming alliances. As such, Invi volunteers to try and convince Gula to break off his alliance with Aced, believing that Ira's intervention will only make things worse, which Ira accepts. Additionally, Invi reveals that Aced has begun to question their relationship, and as such, her reports to Ira will be less frequent.
As a weakened Aced hobbles through the streets of Daybreak Town, he eventually finds himself face-to-face with Ira. Believing that Ira had come to finish him off, Aced collapses to the ground and requests Ira make his end swift. However, Ira explains that he will not eliminate Aced, as he wants to fulfill the role he was given by the Master. As it is not their place to try to change the events of the future, Ira wants to continue working with Aced to ensure that light lives on instead, stressing that they can't afford to lose any of the Foretellers. Aced is touched to hear that Ira still considers him to be a comrade and informs him that Gula has the Lost Page and that he's been using it to discern the identity of the traitor. While Gula claimed this to be his role, Aced remains unsure, as he is incapable of forgiving Gula's actions. Advising Aced to keep Gula's role a secret, Ira sets out to find the latter and retrieve the Lost Page.
After Invi discloses Gula's whereabouts to Ira, he goes to confront Ava, knowing that she is protecting Gula from him. Frightened by the possible consequences, Ava resolves to protect Gula from Ira, who calmly accepts this and leaves. In the time that follows, Gula begins collecting more and more Lux in order to summon Kingdom Hearts and force the Master to return in order to avert the Keyblade War. Subsequently, in order to maintain the balance, Ira and Aced also begin collecting more Lux, as the day of the final battle draws nearer.
Drawn to the Fountain Square, Ira finds that Aced had viciously attacked Player and disqualified them as a Keyblade wielder. Ira rebukes Aced for raising his Keyblade against another wielder. Although Aced claims to have been merely testing Player's strength, Ira suggests otherwise, as it had been Aced's bloodlust that drew him to their location. Aced argues that the Keyblade War is not unavoidable, and that the other Foretellers, including Ira, are becoming desperate to collect more Lux, and blames Ira and other Foretellers for intensifying the situation. Aced reveals he will unify all of the Unions and appoints himself as leader once he banished Ira and the other Foretellers. Ira dismisses his foolish plot and warns Aced that his arrogance will lead to his downfall. Aced states that he will be waiting for Ira at the place of the final battle before taking his leave.
Once the crowd disperses, Ira affirms that the Keyblade War is unavoidable to Player, Skuld, and Chirithy. Shocked, Skuld mentions how Ava had said there would be no winner after of the Keyblade War and inquires the reasons behind the conflict. Ira explains that it is the fact that there will be no winner and tasks Skuld and Player to prepare themselves as he departs.
Ira is a young man who hides his face under a white unicorn mask that has a gold trim. His white, hooded cloak covers a robe, shirt, and sash that are all light blue in coloration and have gold embroidering. Gold tassels appear on the front of Ira's cloak.
Ira is a dependable individual with a no-nonsense attitude. As leader of the Foretellers, he displays this attitude when he rebukes Aced for raising his Keyblade against another. He is a mindful individual; he takes care to preserve the events that lead to the future, and tries not to upset the the balance between the Unions when Gula starts collecting more Lux.
He can, however, be quick to make assumptions about people and about the state of affairs. He is quick to assume that there is a traitor among the five Foretellers, and he is also quick to assume that the traitor is the person in possession of the Lost Page.
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Foreteller Ira wields a Keyblade that has a black handle, contrasting with a silver white pommel and guard resembling clouds. The curvature of the guard resembles a harp or lyre. The base is an etching of a white unicorn with a silvery mane and horn and yellow eyes and with red and black detail. Around the horn are rings of red, black, and silver spikes separated by gold. The shaft of the blade is silver with shining white edges. Etched into the shaft in gold and filled with black are four elongated heart-like shapes, the fourth of which resembles Terra's Mark. Eight silver spikes shoot out from around the final etching. From the uppermost spike of one side to the bottom of the other a black semicircle with silver edges appears to go through the spikes. This and a few additional spikes set in the ring form the teeth. The Keychain is made of white crystals, and the token on the end features five white spikes encircled by a white ring, with the Gazing Eye at the center.
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