Lebreau Fermet Viralesque (ラブロ・フェルメット・ヴェラレスク, Raburo Ferumetto Veraresuku) is an alchemist who became a complete immortal aboard the Advena Avis in 1711.

In the following years, Fermet tortured his ward, Czeslaw Meyer, until the boy devoured him at an unknown time. He survived not only that devouring but another one by a fellow immortal alchemist, and would go on to stowaway aboard the Flying Pussyfoot in 1931.

He is responsible for the calamity of the cruise liners Entrance and Exit in August 2002, as well as multiple incidents of the 1700s.


Fermet has brown hair with long bangs that cover his eyes. Beyond this feature, his appearance is described as nondescript.


Fermet in the anime


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To most people, Fermet presents himself as a humble, thoughtful man who is nothing but gentle toward others. His true nature is anything but kind: he is a cruel sadist who delights in bringing pain to the innocent and 'pure'. While he relishes the physical pain he can inflict upon others, where he truly excels is in causing others mental anguish.

He has demonstrated enormous patience when it comes to his plans, such as cultivating a years-long friendship with Jean-Pierre Accardo to not only manipulate him for his own benefit, but to see the horror on his face at the realization their friendship was a lie.


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Fermet was the last student of Czeslaw Meyer's grandfather, and already knew Begg Garott and Dalton Strauss before the events of the series, having known the former from the same teacher and having met Dalton at least once already.

Lebreau Fermet Viralesque was an alchemist fledged shortly before the events of 1705 and either started or set into motion the masterminded tragedies in the 1700s storyline. After Czeslaw Meyer lost his parents, Fermet and Begg took up guardianship of him..

1705: The Ironic Light OrchestraEdit

Though not stated explicitly, it is possible that Fermet was responsible for the deaths of Czeslaw's grandparents and parents. While he does not appear personally in this book, he is mentioned as "Lebreau," (his first name) first by Dalton to Zank Rowan and Denkurō as a "Rookie". Begg later tells Maiza Avaro that Fermet will be looking after Czeslaw Meyer and that he'd be helping him.

1710: Crack FlagEdit

Fermet appears at a party in the Avaro House as the guardian of six year old Czeslaw Meyer, the son of his alchemic teacher who had just passed away. During the party Fermet, Maiza, and Jean-Pierre engage in the conversation on the secrets of immortality. Most of them dismissed this as a fraud until they were able to witness the "death" of Dalton at the library. Fermet continues to play a part in the events by telling the playwright Jean-Pierre Accardo the events of both Huey Laforet and Monica Campanella's childhood. Jean-Pierre writes two plays about these events and has them performed in Lotto Valentino. Fermet disrupts Huey's hope of freeing Monica from her imprisonment by killing her. 

1931: Another Junk Railroad - Special Express EpisodeEdit

In this book, it is revealed that Fermet was a stowaway on the train like Rachel, though he has no impact on the events that take place during this arc.

2002: (B Side) Blood SabbathEdit

Despite having apparently been eaten by Czes and another alchemist who was later devoured by Szilard, Fermet remains alive in the 21st century. He is the mastermind behind the 2002 incident, and although he claims he did so to keep his life interesting, his specific motives are unknown. His full name is revealed to be Lebreau Fermet Viralesque, and he somehow overcomes the no aliases rule by going by parts of his name. It is revealed that Fermet is the mastermind behind many tragic incidents in the 1700 stories.

Abilities Edit

Fermet is an extremely good actor, strategist, and manipulator, even earning Dalton's praise as a genius. He managed to convince everyone in his workshop and Lotto Valentino that he was a very kind person, all the while having been behind the tragedies that occurred in the early 1700s.

He seems to be well versed in torture as seen with what he did with Czeslaw Meyer, however his knowledge doesn't seem to include more advanced levels of pain as noted by the Rail Tracer


On the Advena Avis, Fermet drank the Grand Panacea and obtained true immortality, meaning that he cannot age, get sick, be injured, or die via conventional means. The only way to truly kill an immortal is for another immortal to devour him or her, but somehow Fermet manages to survive being devoured twice.


Czeslaw Meyer - Sometime after they became immortal, Fermet began to "experiment" on Czeslaw by torturing him, claiming that this was all in the name of determining the limits of immortality; Czes reports that Fermet's memories show that he was actually motivated by pure sadism. This went on for an unknown number of years before Czes managed to slip his right hand out of his bindings and devour Fermet. However in the the 2002 novel, he somehow survives this devouring and lives till the 21st century. 

Firo Prochainezo - Firo has the memories of a man named Lebreau who was devoured by an alchemist who was devoured by Szilard, who was later devoured by Firo. Somehow, Fermet was able to escape being devoured by this alchemist, although Firo still retains some memories of "Lebreau" even though he is still alive. Firo tries to avoid these memories, and states that he will endeavor to not become like Lebreau.


  • His name is pronounced as Fair-May in the dubbed anime but Fair-mate in Japanese.