Rocker (ロッカー Rokkā) is a Mage of the Quatro Cerberus Guild.[2]


Rocker GMG

Rocker's full appearance

Rocker is a well-built,[3] mildly tanned man of average height with a highly distinctive hairstyle: his long, dark blond hair is styled into a single pair of massive, spiky tufts jutting upwards from the top of his head, each getting thinner as it gets farther from the widow's peak present on his forehead, as if they were covered in hair gel; during Bacchus' battle with Elfman Strauss, these were shown to momentarily wilt in a comedic fashion due to Rocker being shocked by different facts happening during the confrontation.[4][5] A series of messy strands sit right above his neck, with some of them jutting outwards horizontally at both sides of his head, and he sports massive sideburns with pointed lower edges. He possesses a mildly square face, and his black eyes are topped by bushy eyebrows, colored the same as his hair,[6] and possessing similarly spiky outer edges. His left forearm is covered in a dark and intricate tattoo, consisting of several spiky lines outlining a decorative motif.[2]

Rocker's outfit consists of a dark leather jacket, held closed by a zip and bearing studs on the upper torso and collar, with sleeves reaching down below his elbows, exposing his tattoo (sometimes instead portrayed as being full-length and thus hiding this very same tattoo from sight),[7] and the collar of a light shirt closed by dark buttons visible below such garment; light, mildly loose pants[8] held up by a simple dark belt with a plain, rectangular metal buckle, sporting an ornamental chain secured to it by a leather clasp above Rocker's right leg, and dark ankle boots with light soles.[7] Circling his neck is a massive red collar covered in a series of prominent whitish spikes, a popular ornament within Quatro Cerberus.[2] During the Grand Magic Games' Naval Battle event, taking place underwater, Rocker was shown wearing a dark speedo alongside his guild's signature collar.[3]


Rocker, much like the rest of his guildmates, is very exuberant and loud, always taking part in his guild's "rituals" of encouragement,[8][9][10] and keeping Quatro Cerberus' signature phrase even in his speech pattern, stating that he does what he does "wildly" on different instances;[3][11] something which shows how much pride he takes in being a member of his guild. He and his comrades have so far being portrayed as comedic characters, displaying expressions of shocked dismay when they happen to be surprised by the Grand Magic Games' happenings,[12] usually involving a member of Quatro Cerberus itself cutting a sorry figure.[4][5][13] Despite these comical traits, Rocker has proven himself determined and even ruthless in battle, brutally assaulting Ichiya Vandalay Kotobuki alongside Bacchus (to whom he respectfully refers with the Japanese suffix "-san") and keeping going at him to try and grant his guild a victory.[14] He seems to be somewhat embarrassed by female company, but also to appreciate it, as shown when he was side-hugged by an underwear-clad Cana Alberona, blushing visibly at the contact but also displaying a certain pleasure.[15]


Grand Magic Games arc

Quatro's shock

Rocker surprised at Warcry's defeat

Rocker and his team participate in X791's Grand Magic Games, competing in the preliminary event Sky Labyrinth and completing the latter in 7th place, being thus admitted to the real tournament.[2] The group cheers Jäger up as the Mage volunteers himself for the Hidden event,[9] and similarly encourages Warcry as he readies to battle Sabertooth's Orga Nanagear,[10] with their comrade's instantaneous defeat at the hands of Orga's Black Lightning leaving them blank.[13]

Team QP cheers for Bacchus

Rocker cheering for Bacchus

Rocker is shown crying out in enthusiasm with the rest of his comrades as Bacchus, who took over Warcry due to the latter's injuries, comes in 1st place during the Chariot event, earning them 10 points.[16] During Bacchus' battle with Team Fairy Tail A's Elfman Strauss, the group beholds the power of the S-Class Mage and his visible advantage over the opponent in joy,[17] but are left in a state of comedic dismay when Elfman, as part of his bet with Bacchus, states that his victory will change the name of their guild in "Quatro Puppy" for the rest of the Games;[4] something which comes real with the unexpected defeat of Bacchus, much to their still comedic astonishment.[5]

Cana and Quatro Puppy

Rocker enjoying Cana's company

On the third day's evening, Rocker is present at the Ryuzetsu Land water park alongside the rest of his team, relaxing in a pool while repeating his guild's signature phrase.[18] The group receives a visit from the Fairy Tail Mage Cana Alberona, clad in her underwear due to the lack of a swimsuit, who cherfully side-hugs both him and Nobarly, much to their and their teammates' embarrassment, and not without some pleasure on Rocker's part.[15] The evening, however, is brought to an abrupt end by Natsu Dragneel, who accidentally destroys the water park with his Fire Dragon Slayer Magic.[19]

Jenny kicks Rocker

Rocker kicked by Jenny

Rocker competes in the Fourth Day's Event, Naval Battle, in which the participants have to knock out out each other's of a giant water sphere. Wearing swimsuits, all the competitors are female aside Rocker. A distracted Chapati Lola even states that all the teams sent their girls, much to Rocker's annoyance.[3]

At the start of the event, Lucy Heartfilia's Spirit, Aquarius, and the Water Mage Juvia Lockser send out powerful spells at each other, catching the other participants and confusing them. Making use of this, Blue Pegasus' Jenny Realight swims towards Rocker and gives him a massive foot stomp in his left cheek while he's off-guard, sending the Mage out of the sphere while yelling "Wild", making his Team once again embarrassed because of a quick defeat.[20]

The next day of battle, Rocker is paired with Bacchus and pitted against Ichiya Vandalay Kotobuki and the mysterious, second member of Blue Pegasus in a rabbit costume. Telling Bacchus that they needed to do this wildly, they prepared to face their opponents. When Bacchus easily dispatches Nichiya, Rocker follows suit and uses his Drill 'n Rock to attack Ichiya alongside Bacchus. The two men are later dispatched by a transformed Ichiya.[21]

At the fifth and final day of the Games, Rocker enters the Domus Flau alongside his team to compete in the last event.[22] While the teams wander around the streets of Crocus, they hear about the final event: the competitors must fight their opponents spread in the city in order to win points.[23] Rocker's posterior defeat by the tubes of Millianna marks the complete defeat of Quatro Cerberus in the Games.[24]

Rocker is summoned by the King, alongside the Mages of every other Guild who competed in the Grand Magic Games, and is told that 10,000 Dragons will attack Fiore. The King states that even if they follow through with using the Eclipse Cannon, several hundred of the 10,000 Dragons may be left over. The King then asks for the Mages to stand up and protect Fiore from the Dragons, and Rocker, along with the rest of Team Quatro Puppy and the Mages present, accept the King's proposition, declaring that they'll protect Fiore.[25] Shortly thereafter, as Kagura declares that she'll fight the Dragons in spite of her injured status, Rocker and Team Quatro Puppy cheer for her, declaring her actions to be "wild".[26]

After the battle against Dragons ends in the Mages' victory, the King holds a celebratory banquet in honor of their valiance; Rocker attends the banquet and cheers for Bacchus when he and Cana start a drinking contest.[27] Later, when all the guilds vie for Yukino Agria's membership, Rocker and his teammates cheer once more, egging her to join them; the Quatro Cerberus Mage then engages the brawl that follows, before being stopped by Arcadios, who declares that the King is going to speak to them. Rocker is then shocked to witness Natsu Dragneel appear instead, wearing the King's clothes and crown, declaring himself to be the King.[28]

Eclipse Celestial Spirits arc

Note: Events in this arc occur only in the anime and do not constitute canon material.

Tartaros arc

Note: Events in this arc occur only in the anime and do not constitute canon material.

Alvarez Empire arc

After the Alvarez Empire invades Magnolia, Rocker stands with his guildmates, prepared to enter battle after hearing Ichiya's call to arms.[31]

Magic and Abilities

Spinning Rocker

Rocker's leg spinning on itself

Drill 'n Rock (ドリルンロック Dorirun Rokku): Rocker is able to spin around his entire body or parts of it at high speed in a way similar to that of a drill. Such a peculiar form of Magic is ideal for close quarters combat, with the fast rotation granted by his spiralling body parts enhancing the power of his unarmed blows. Rocker has been shown applying such rotating motion both to his limbs, enhancing his physical attacks, and to his entire body, something which allows him to maneuver faster, letting him rapidly assault his enemies while floating in midair over short distances.[32]

Hand-to-Hand Combatant: Rocker's Drill 'n Rock makes him well-suited for melee confrontations, and the Mage has shown to employ unarmed combat as his preferred fighting style, assaulting foes with strong punches and kicks which have their striking power further boosted by his Magic.[32]

Appearances in Other Media


The Exciting Ryuzetsu Land

Cana and Quatro Puppy

Rocker and his teammates with Cana

On the night of the third day of the Grand Magic Games, Rocker, along with the other members of Team Quatro Puppy, visits Ryuzetsu Land, a famous water theme park. He excitedly expresses that he is wild, along with the other members minus Bacchus, who says that it's better to be a gentleman. Cana Alberona then joins the four men, despite Rocker pointing out that she is in her underwear. Soon, however, the entire theme park is destroyed by the combined effort of Gray Fullbuster, Lyon Vastia and Natsu Dragneel, and Rocker lands unconscious next to the other Mages that were with him.[33]


Attack Power
Defensive Power
  • In Volume 32's extra content, Mashima provided the battle statistics for 31 of the 40 X791 contestants in the Grand Magic Games. The stats, however, were provided not from Mashima's point-of-view as the author but from the view point of Sorcerer Magazine reporter Jason. Which explains why some stats are missing and why others may be inaccurate. According to Jason from the Sorcerer Magazine, during his participation in the Grand Magic Games of X791, Rocker's stats are:[34]
  • Rockers were the exponents of a subculture popular in the United Kingdom in the 1950s. The Fairy Tail Rocker does not only share his name with them, but also his appearance, and his Drill 'n Rock Magic appears to be a pun on rock 'n roll, the widespread music genre which was one of the main elements of such trend.

Battles & Events

Battles Events


  1. Fairy Tail Anime: Episode 171
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 267, Page 12
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 291, Page 6
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 278, Page 14
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 278, Page 25
  6. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 269, Page 3
  7. 7.0 7.1 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 293, Page 7
  8. 8.0 8.1 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 267, Page 14
  9. 9.0 9.1 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 268, Page 18
  10. 10.0 10.1 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 273, Page 8
  11. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 293, Page 9
  12. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 293, Page 5
  13. 13.0 13.1 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 273, Page 14
  14. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 293, Pages 7-9
  15. 15.0 15.1 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 298, Page 12
  16. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 276, Page 11
  17. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 278, Page 12
  18. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 298, Page 8
  19. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 298, Pages 18-20
  20. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 291, Page 9
  21. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 293, Pages 1-10
  22. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 303, Page 12
  23. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 304, Pages 4-5
  24. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 304, Page 15
  25. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 325, Pages 12-15
  26. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 325, Page 17
  27. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 338, Page 5
  28. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 338, Pages 15-20
  29. Fairy Tail Anime: Episode 223
  30. Fairy Tail Anime: Episode 263
  31. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 461, Page 19
  32. 32.0 32.1 Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 293, Pages 7-8
  33. Fairy Tail OVA: The Exciting Ryuzetsu Land
  34. Fairy Tail Special: Grand Magic Games Guidebook


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