The Persian spy cares not about the details of her mission, merely the reward. She can infiltrate any building and steal the secrets within before anyone notices she's been there. This time she was asked to uncover the mystery behind the disappearances at the old opera house. However, her instincts told her this mission would be dangerous the second she entered the building.
- Added on April 11, 2013 as a part of Phantom's Masterpiece Card Pack.
- Can be drawn with Bronze Key from Boss Reward Chest during Skies of Fire Raid Event, started on December 26, 2014.
The Persian is a major character from the Gaston Leroux's 1910 novel "The Phantom of the Opera". In the book he is mysterious man, the one who tells most of the background of Erik's past. He is described as having an "ebony skin, with eyes of jade", and he wears a short astrakhan cap along with normal dress clothes; he has "a noble and generous heart" and is very concerned for the fate of others.
Erik refers to him as the "daroga" (داروغه, Persian for "police-chief") as the Persian once served as the chief of police (daroga) in the court of the Shah of Persia during the years that Erik was there. Being kindhearted, he helped Erik escape from Persia when the Shah ordered him executed. When news of the escape spread, the Shah-in-Shah punished the Persian by stripping him of his property and sending him into exile.
Artwork by Fan Yang.