Logy is an alchemist and new government official working for the development team of the Corseit Branch. He was officially assigned to the team at the same time as Escha Malier, and the two will work together. Logy is a serious and "down-to-earth" person, but is also very kind. He has a burn scar on one of his arms, and he seems to avoid talking about his past.
He used to work as an alchemist developing airships in The Center, a city far away from Corseit. Happy for being recognized, he worked hard on a new airship engine. However, he felt that his mechanic colleagues didn't understand his work, lost trust in them, and continued to research on his own without listening to their feedback. After his research failed and caused a great fire accident, he left the city out of guilt for his close friend got very injured.
He makes free use of the latest style of a "alchemic sword", an improved version of an artifact that was excavated from the ruins that combines the art of swordplay and alchemy. His hobby is to create various such swords.
Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky
The player can choose Logy as the protagonist of the game. If choosen as protagonist, Logy will be the character the player will take the role of and control through the game. The game will also focus more on the world and involve several serious-like scenarios. Logy's scenarios are described as being targeted to RPG-players in general.
If not choosen as protagonist, Logy will be available as a party member and it will still be possible to use Logy's Training synthesis, and equip him with usable items.
Logix is an alchemist from The Center that traveled to the remote town Corseit in order to work for their development team. He heard about the lack of people in Corseit from an acquaintance, and decided to come to the town. His past will be revealed as the story progress.
- In Lucille's character events, it is revealed that he used to argue with his parents often, and that he used to collect figurines in the past.
- When asked in an interview in vol.543 of the magazine Dengeki PlayStation which character of the game they would like to compose a character song for if they could, both members of ACRYLICSTAB answered that they would like to compose one for Logy.
- Logix came in third place in Gamer's Atelier Escha & Logy character popularity voting.