Melt (メルト) is a 20 years old mage from a wealthy family, he has fallen into debt and exile, largely due, apparently, due to his spendthrift ways; the only sign of his wealth that really remains are his titles and his servant, Coopa. He claims to be climbing the tower in order to use the Blue Crystal Rod to restore his status, surround himself with women, destroy all the things he finds unpleasant, and other various self-satisfying desires. In combat, Melt utilizes lightning-based spells using a variety of rods, including his never-before-used 'rod 0', which he uses in the final episode, and which also appears to be one of Melt's strongest rods. He casts spells by utilizing chants of various lengths, and launching the attack in a golf-like fashion. Furthering the golf comparison, each of his rods are numbered, and are carried by Coopa who acts as a "caddy" of all sorts. Melt is far less competent than he tries to appear. He often calls for the wrong rod whereby Coopa secretly hands him the correct one. He also likes to think that he is a connoisseur, but is constantly unaware of the foods he claims to hate being present in Coopa's cooking. He and Coopa join Jil's party in episode 3 of The Tower of Druaga: The Aegis of Uruk.
In the third episode of The Tower of Druaga: Sword of Uruk, it is revealed that he and Coopa survived the whirlpool that separated everyone at the end of The Tower of Druaga: Aegis of Uruk. Melt owns a large and luxurious resort on one of the upper levels of the tower, with Coopa as his head secretary. However, the resort was part of the Ponzi Scheme, and at the end of the episode, he along with Coopa was forced to travel with the Golden Knights in order to avoid being turned in. After being separated from the Golden Knights in episode 7, he and Coopa travel with Jil's group once again. Following Gilgamesh's death, he and Coopa became Kaaya's retainers in Meskia.