|AKA|| Steph (ステフ)?|
|• Professional information•|
|Occupation|| Handling Imanity's state affairs|
Princess of Elchea (past)
|• Personal information•|
|Family||Former king of Imanity (grandfather)|
|Friends|| Sora (Love interest)|
|• First appearance•|
|Light Novel||Volume 1|
|• Voice actors•|
Stephanie Dola (ステファニー・ドーラ, Sutefanii Doura)? is the granddaughter of the former king of Imanity. After the king's death, she gambled to become the next queen of the country. Although she was forced by the pledges to fall in love with Sora after losing a game to him in Episode 02, she has since developed feelings for him despite denying these feelings on a consistent basis. In the short story that comes with Blu-ray DVD, Steph actually lost a bit of her mind when she was defeated by Sora again and again.
Stephanie is an Imanity girl with short red hair that is decorated with a large blue flower. She has blue eyes and a curvy figure with rather large breasts. In the first episode, she wore an elegant dress given to her by her grandfather. However, after losing it to Chlammy, she had to wear a towel before being dressed by Sora in a dress made from a bed sheet. Once the siblings beat Chlammy in a game for the crown of Imanity, Steph regained the dress and has become the main staple for her clothing. Her three sizes are from above, 89, 58, 89.
Stephanie is expressive and emotional, wearing her heart on her sleeve to the point where she cannot hide her emotions during a poker game. She loved her grandfather dearly and is angered when people call her grandfather a fool. She fell in love with Sora due to the pledges forcing her to, and she often has violent outbursts to try to break free of it. However, Jibril later stated that the pledge did not specify a time frame, and so should have worn off, meaning Stephanie had probably truly fallen for Sora. She loves her kingdom and world and believes in the potential of Imanity (humans).
Stephanie is shown to actually be quite smart, being the top of her class. Unlike Sora and Shiro, Stephanie is able to make friends very easily, making communicating and gathering information from other (normal) people possible for Sora and Shiro. She also has contacts to most of the noble families in Elchea, which aids her in diplomatic resolution when trying to pacify opposing feudal lords who reject Sora's radical policies.
Though she is often ridiculed as nothing more than a "Steph" by Sora and Shiro, giving off the impression that she is an idiot in comparison to the main cast. In actuality, Stephanie is very proficient at games, especially games that rely on both luck and skill such as poker. She also shows an extraordinary level of competency as she uses her grandfather's technique of observing and analyzing the opponent's game style in order to beat them in a game later on. Hatsune Ino once even commented on her skills, calling her "Imanity's strongest gamer" next to Blank. However, this usually means losing the first few round of games (and suffering the consequences) before making a comeback in the later games when she has determined an effective counter to the opponent's methods.
Stephanie does show genuine acts of kindness and loyalty towards her friends, and towards her kingdom. She was prepared suffer loss after loss against Sora and Shiro at the loss of her clothing in public just to get them to stop slacking off and run the kingdom in a manner similar to her grandfather. Although she seems to follow his principles a bit too literally, she doesn't give up, believing if they just keep trying Imanity can regain it's lost territory.
Stephanie is a somewhat naive girl, and is sometimes too trusting which tends to get her caught in bad situations, or being scolded by Sora for letting her optimism and trusting nature cloud her judgement. Though she is deemed rather intelligent, even to the surprise of Sora, Shiro and others at times, she often over-thinks certain aspects of a situation causing her to skip over other details or possibilities. Although she is able to understand Sora's and Shiro's strategies, she's unable to grasp them unless explained - and is usually left uninformed and to fend for herself, (though she is a key factor to their victories).
She is also short-tempered and emotionally sensitive, causing her to go from one extreme another, (from being cheerfully obedient to regretfully upset and banging her head off of a wall in an instance, but that may be due to the effects of the pledge that Sora has her under,) and making her an easy target for psychological torment during games or for comical effects from pledges she must uphold (usually as punishments from either Sora or Shiro from constantly challenging and losing to them).
Her way of thinking, which was taught to her by late grandfather, and former king, where constantly challenging and hoping for a victory, either through learning a winning method or in the case of her victory against Sora--hoping to find a game of pure chance and winning based on luck-though ultimately isn't a weakness, has left her in her current position to fulfill her pledge to Sora, as well as frequently getting her into embarrassing situations, (besides being the reason that Imanity is losing against the other races). Although this method is purely trial and error and means suffering and losing just to create a chance for a victory, needs a strong will and sharp mind in order for it to be successful, though it worked on behalf of the late king, Stephanie is still searching for a true game of pure-chance to which she can beat Sora at, though her knowledge and understanding of Kuuhaku and their methodology has improved greatly because of this method and the sibling's tutelage.
Stephanie is a sociable person who has many friends from school. She is easily shocked by Sora's actions, like his sudden declaration of war against other countries, and usually overreacts about it. She is also kindhearted; trying to resolve all conflicts with the opposing parties peacefully. While she dislikes and protests at being left alone to handle Elchea's affairs for the siblings, she does her job capably. She begins to develop a sort of bond with Hatsuse Ino after being forced to oversee all of Elchea's affairs with him while Sora and Shiro were escaping work with Izuna.
- While her last name is commonly translated as 'Dora', her official last name as written by the author is 'Dola'.