Kiseki Wiki
Kiseki Wiki
Millium Orion - SD Model (Sen III).png
Hold on, it looks like Millium wants to tell you something.
Hey-hey! White Rabbit here! Lammy scanned this article and said it contains unmarked spoilers for all Trails games. Turn back now if you don't want to get lasered! Okay, byee!

Micht (ミヒュト) is the pawnshop owner in Trista in Trails of Cold Steel.



Micht is a middle aged man with grey hair and amber eyes. He wears a beige pinstripe collar shirt, blue and pale green waistcoat, brown trousers and leather boots.


Micht keeps to himself and upon first impressions, comes across as quite self-centred and obnoxiously rude. However, he caudally shows a more caring and altruistic side as events progress.


According to Keynes, he used to be a writer, but when he asked about it, he claimed that was not his main job. Micht is the author of the Carnelia series, within which the eponymous character named after his own self dies-something evidently false due to his continued existence and admitted during the Thors Academy Festival that he exaggerated certain parts of the story to make it more interesting to the readers. According to Toval Randonneur, he based the event loosely on how he first met Ein Selnate and without his say in the matter.

Trails of Cold Steel I and II

Micht is first introduced in the Imperial suburb town of Trista, where he works as the owner of a pawn store, Micht's Pawnstore. He is initially dismissive of the students in the town, but nevertheless offers his services and offers to trade in goods that are rare or seldom found elsewhere. He is an acquaintance of Toval Randonneur and Ein Selnate, having featured characters based upon their likenesses in his series of books named Carnelia. He provides information and features in several side quests.

According to Keynes, another store owner in Trista, Micht never shows up at their shop owner gatherings.

During the October War when Class VII and Thors Military Academy students attempt to retake the school and Trista, Micht is among the first of it's residents to greet them and is glad to see them again.