Allen Walker
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"Japanese"Sanae Kobayashi"English"Todd Haberkorn


is the main protagonist of the D.Gray-man manga and anime series created by Katsura Hoshino. He was created from the female protagonist of the D.Gray-mans predecessor Zone; Hoshino lengthened the female character's hair to create Walker's design.

In the series, Walker joins the Black Order as an Exorcist, a soldier able to use the weaponized form of Innocence to destroy the Millennium Earl's Akuma. He fights against the Earl and his followers, the super-human Noah Family, to prevent their plan to destroy the world. He is also the prophesied Destroyer of Time believed to be the only one able to defeat the Earl. However, Walker is also Neah, the 14th Noah who was killed for betraying the Earl. Eventually, the Order revokes Walker's Exorcist status and treats him as a Noah, forcing Walker to flee the Order.

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