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     Frances Middleford née Phantomhive 
"Have you no faith in our swords?"

  • Action Mom: A genius at the sword, Frances met and caught her husband's eye after defeating him in a fencing match. Despite being older and having birthed two children, her strength is not to be underestimated. She takes on the zombies abroad the Campania and helps to protect the passengers, sword in hand, floor-length dress hardly a hindrance.
  • Almighty Mom: Displays shades of this: she'll chivvy anybody she thinks lacks decorum or taste and doesn't think twice about making them fit what she thinks is proper.
  • The Dreaded: Played for Laughs, but also straight. Frances is a known badass and has a reputation for being a harridan, sure, but she's also one of the few people who could conceivably uncover Sebastian and Ciel's secret through sheer intellect.
  • Iron Lady: The hair, the uncompromising attitude, the high standards: she's this all over. Which just adds to her already copious amounts of Badass in that not only can she easily put Ciel in his place, she can make Sebastian break out in a cold sweat with her sheer intimidation factor.
  • Kicking Ass in All Her Finery: During the Campania arc, Frances is decked out in a typical, opulent Victorian dress, but it does little to hamper her skill with the sword.
  • Lady of War: Mowing her way elegantly through a boat load of zombies is a good way to prove it...
  • Prim and Proper Bun: Her hair is usually styled in a neat bun, frequently berates Ciel and his servants for "sporting untidy hairstyles" by letting their bangs extend over their eyes.

     John Brown 
"I am done talking... but it seems the queen has something to say."

     Students & Staffs of Weston High 

Edgar Redmond

  • Absurdly Powerful Student Council: He's a member of the P4, the representatives of the students' houses, and holds the highest authority after the principal and vice-principal.
  • Ambiguously Bi: He certainly enjoys dancing with the female guests, but his interactions with Ciel are pretty suspect. (Not that this is anything new.)
  • Appeal to Tradition
  • Beware the Nice Ones: He participated in the murder of Derrick Arden and the Vice-Principal, restraining the Vice-Principal so Greenhill can kill him, using Undertaker to resurrect and hide the bodies, and acting as Greenhill's Secret Keeper.
  • Bishōnen
  • Broken Pedestal: He was absolutely devastated to find that Derrick was bullying several students and stealing their work to maintain his popularity with the school.
  • Colourful Theme Naming: His last name is the color of the Scarlet Fox dorm.
  • Deal with the Devil: He makes a contract with Undertaker to resurrect the murdered students and Vice-Principal to cover up Greenhill's crimes and protect the school. In return, Undertaker gets to fool around as its Principal.
  • Dumb Blonde: Certainly seems the least intelligent Prefect. But it turns out he was the only one of the four Prefects to notice a poem sent to them was in fact a message written in code calling them to witness the brutal bullying Derrick Arden and his cohorts inflicted on other students.
  • Disappointed In You: His reaction to Maurice Cole's Engineered Public Confession.
  • Fantastic Foxes/Cunning Like a Fox: The animal of Redmond's dorm is a fox, which seems to represent a majestic and subtle cunning, since he deciphered a secret letter written in code to draw attention to Derrick's bullying.
  • Generation Xerox: Ciel has seen those gold locks, gold eyelashes and Ambiguously Bi Casanova act somewhere... Oh wait a minute, he's Viscount Druitt's nephew!?
  • Fate Worse Than Death: He's expelled for his actions. Considering his loyalty to Weston, this is a big deal.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: He's blond, and he's quite nice.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: He evidently didn't think too much about how Maurice Cole could have possibly done the work that he did in so little time, and with such soft hands.
    • Ciel also easily wraps him around his little finger.
    • And before them, there was Derrick Arden, essentially another Maurice Cole with that Bitch in Sheep's Clothing act cranked Up to Eleven, who doesn't stop at stealing other students' works but also traumatizes them with bullying.
  • I Did What I Had to Do: How he felt about murdering Derrick, his group of friends, and the Vice-Principal.
  • Nice Guy: The friendliest of the prefects
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Averted. While he does have red eyes, it's only to identify himself as a member of the Scarlet Fox dorm, and he's the most nicest guy in the school.
  • Secret Keeper: Of Greenhill's murder rampage on Derrick Arden and his colleagues, as well as Vice-Principal Agares
  • Sherlock Scan: No one but him noticed that the poem was written in blue ink in some part, thereby enabling him alone to break the code.
  • Smarter Than You Look: Aside noticing the parts written in blue ink, he was acknowledged enough to decode a hidden message written inside a poem.
  • Something About a Rose: His house's symbol.
  • Spoiled Sweet: Despite his wealthy background, he hardly acts like a spoiled brat, and is cordial to Ciel.
  • Taking the Heat: He offers to do this so Greenhill can be protected from going to jail for multiple murder after killing Derrick Arden, the Vice-Principal, and several other students.
  • The Beautiful Elite: His house's secondary theme. Obviously those with Blue Blood must be beautiful.
  • The Casanova: He seems to be very popular with the ladies, including a few of Lawrence's sisters.
  • The Proud Elite: His entire house's theme.
  • True Companions: All of the P4 is revealed to be this, to the point of covering up multiple murders.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: The prefects were willing to do anything, including multiple-murder, to protect the school.

Lawrence Bluer

  • Absurdly Powerful Student Council: The P4.
  • Appeal to Tradition
  • Beware the Nice Ones: He participated in the murder of Derrick Arden and the Vice-Principal, restraining the Vice-Principal so Greenhill can kill him, and becoming Greenhill's Secret Keeper.
  • Colourful Theme Naming: His last name is the color of the Sapphire Owl dorm.
  • Cry Cute: After becoming a prefect, Lawrence steps foot in the Swan Gazebo's lawn for the first time and is so overwhelmed that he cries out of sheer joy.
  • Determined Defeatist: Sapphire Owl had lost so many cricket tournaments in the past that Bluer became convinced that studying is all he and his students are good at. Thanks to Ciel, though, he decided to take another shot at winning anyway.
  • Do Not Call Me Paul: He dislikes being called by his first name, Lawrence, because it's against the rules. Since it's not an official rule though, the others, especially Redmond, do it anyway.
  • Fate Worse Than Death: He's expelled for his actions. Considering his loyalty to Weston, this is a big deal.
  • I Did What I Had to Do: How he felt about murdering Derrick, his group of friends, and the Vice-Principal. He even tells Ciel this, but Ciel isn't convinced in the slightest.
  • Massively Numbered Siblings: Seven sisters; three older and four younger ones; he's the only son in his family. To say Ciel and Harcourt are surprised would be understating it...
  • Nerd Glasses: Poor eyesight seems to be a stereotypical trait of the Sapphire Owl (which is considered the House of Intelligence, so to speak)
  • Nerds Are Virgins: When Redmond jokes about the number of women that hang around Bluer, Bluer reveals that his "women" are actually his seven sisters, and he is the only man in the family. Almost everyone is mortified to hear this.
  • Peek-a-Bangs
  • Principles Zealot: Out of the P4, he follows the rules more closely and faithfully.
  • Scary Shiny Glasses: Bluer gets these a couple of times in the manga, most notably when he makes an astounding bowl against Greenhill in the cricket match, and later when he and the other prefects confess to murdering Derrick Arden to protect the integrity of their school when they discovered that he was bulling other students and using their talents to make himself appear perfect- and the vice principal was not only aware, but allowing it.
  • Secret Keeper: Of Greenhill's murder rampage on Derrick Arden and his colleagues, as well as Vice-Principal Agares.
  • The Owl-Knowing One: The symbol for Bluer's dorm is an owl, which represents wisdom and knowledge.
  • The Smart Guy: Comes with the territory.
  • True Companions: All of the P4 is revealed to be this, to the point of covering up multiple murders.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: The prefects were willing to do anything, including multiple-murder, to protect the school.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: His hair appears to be a gray-blue color.

Gregory Violet

  • Absurdly Powerful Student Council: The P4.
  • Ambiguously Evil: Aside from a very sinister appearance and liberally using satanic imagery in a manga where demons are very real, all the missing students were last seen in the Violet Fox Dorm. Gregory is the Prefect of Violet Fox. Hmm.
  • Appeal to Tradition
  • Beware the Nice Ones: He participated in the murder of Derrick Arden, his group of friends, and the Vice-Principal by blocking the doorway when Derrick's friends try to escape and becoming Greenhill's Secret Keeper.
  • Black Cloak: A standard part of the Violet Fox uniform.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: He mixes a drink composed of several random cocktails, and during the cricket tournament he drew the house crest of the Violet Fox dorm on the entire playing field.
    • However, it's not just him, but possibly the entire Violet Fox dorm is a Cloudcuckoolander, since they are notorious for being rather unusual and housing "eccentrics".
  • Colourful Theme Naming: His last name is the color of the Violet Fox dorm.
  • Dark Is Edgy
  • Deadpan Snarker: Has shades of this.
  • Drink Order: Gregory mixes a dozen random cocktails together and drinks them all. Says a lot about the guy.
  • Excessive Goth Eyeshadow
  • Fate Worse Than Death: He's expelled for his actions. Considering his loyalty to Weston, this is a big deal.
  • Goth
  • Guyliner
  • He's Dead, Jim: After Greenhill clubs Derrick in the head, Violet puts a hand over the boy's mouth and notices that he's not breathing.
  • Hypocrite: Calls Ciel "weird" for working like a butler despite his Earl status, while he makes a drink by mixing several cocktails and blowing bubbles into it.
  • I Did What I Had to Do: How he felt about murdering Derrick, his group of friends, and the Vice-Principal.
  • In the Hood: This also applies to all the students living in Violet Fox, as it is actually required to wear a cloak.
  • Loners Are Freaks: He and the Violet Fox students are viewed as this by the other dorms.
  • Mad Artist: Though just how mad remains to be seen. In one instance, he drew a creepy drawing of Ciel about to be attacked by the Jabberwocky.
    • Reclusive Artist: He'd rather draw and paint than socialize, and dislikes his job as a prefect because it prevents him from focusing on his art.
  • Multicolored Hair: It seems to be black and white.
  • No Social Skills: Well, he spends so much time drawing that he (and all of the Violet Fox students) had no time to develop his social skills, not that he wanted to. Though he is on fairly good terms with the other P4.
  • Savage Wolves: The animal of Violet's dorm is a wolf, though this trope fits since all members of the Violet dorm are seen as weird and eccentric outcasts and their Prefect was involved with multiple-murder.
  • Secret Keeper: Of Greenhill's murder rampage on Derrick Arden and his colleagues, as well as Vice-Principal Agares
  • The Quiet One: He's the least talkative of the P4.
  • Troll: Demands that Greenhill strike a very complicated pose, then draws everything but Greenhill. When Greenhill finally loses patience and relaxes, Gregory laments that he ruined his masterpiece.
  • True Companions: All of the P4 is revealed to be this, to the point of covering up multiple murders.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: The prefects were willing to do anything, including multiple-murder, to protect the school.

Herman Greenhill

  • Absurdly Powerful Student Council: The P4.
  • Appeal to Tradition
  • Batter Up: Greenhill used a cricket bat to kill Derrick Arden to protect Weston High's traditions from being sullied, along with the Vice-Principal for ignoring Derrick's behavior. He also murdered Derrick's friends to remove any witnesses this way.
  • Berserker Tears: While murdering Derrick Arden, he starts shedding tears out of sheer rage.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: He clubbed Derrick Arden to death in a rage for dishonoring Weston High's tradition and also murdered Vice-Principal Agares for being in league with Arden. He also murdered Derrick's friends to remove any witnesses to the crime.
  • Big Damn Heroes: With Edward in chapter 71. Dude beats up four Mooks holding Ciel without harming so much as a hair on the kid.
  • The Big Guy: Among the P4. He's the strongest, most athletic, and physically the largest of the group.
  • Carry a Big Stick: He's often seen carrying around a cricket bat on his shoulder. Turns out he used it to murder Derrick Arden, the Vice-Principal, and several other students to protect Weston High.
  • Colourful Theme Naming: His last name is the color of the Green Lion dorm.
  • Covert Pervert: While playing cricket, he's more distracted by Lau's scantily-clad women (displaying the Victorian equivalent of naked breasts) then any other player.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: It was hinted during the Weston High arc that Greenhill did something horrible in the past, so he had to have two other prefects accompany him in case it happens again. It's later revealed to be second-degree murder, which was done for the sake of Weston High. While he regrets it, he believes that he had no choice.
  • Fate Worse Than Death: He's expelled for his actions. Considering his loyalty to Weston, this is a big deal.
  • I Did What I Had to Do: How he felt about murdering Derrick, his group of friends, and the Vice-Principal.
  • Improvised Weapon: Greenhill's cricket bat, which he used to commit multiple murder in order to protect Weston High.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: Derrick, one of his asshole victims bites him on his right arm causing injuries. He probably can't do sports anymore.
  • Lovable Jock: He's one of the best sportsman in the school, but that does not make him a jerk.
  • Man Bites Man: He was a victim of this when he got his right arm bitten by a Bizzare Doll form of Derrick Arden during the Midnight Tea Party.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: His response to killing Derrick, several other students, and the Vice-Principal.
  • Panthera Awesome: The symbol of Greenhill's dorm is a lion, which seems to represent strength and victory as all members of the Green Lion dorm are excellent athletes.
  • Shaming the Mob: During the cricket tournament, the crowd accuses Ciel and the Sapphire Owl dorm of poor sportsmanship. Greenhill rightly calls them out on their bullshit and defends Ciel's actions on the basis that aiming for someone's face requires a lot of practice and the use of such underhanded tactics is a sign that Bluer and his students are very serious about winning the cricket tournament this year.
  • Sympathetic Murderer: Killing a bully and a corrupt teacher to thwart an potential undesirable Prefect's candidacy is pretty extreme, but given the other murderous lunatics in this series, he does come close.
  • Serious Business: Almost everything he does.
  • True Companions: All of the P4 is revealed to be this for Greenhill, to the point of covering up multiple murders.
  • Unstoppable Rage: After learning that Derrick was a sadistic bully who bribed the Vice-Principal and realizing that his becoming a prefect would ruin Weston High's reputation, Greenhill simply snaps and proceeds to murder both Derrick and the Vice-Principal in cold blood. When he calms down, however, he realizes the gravity of what he just did and freaks out.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: The prefects were willing to do anything, including multiple-murder, to protect the school.
  • You Wouldn't Like Me When I'm Angry: Derrick Arden and Vice-Principal Agares learned it the hard way.

Maurice Cole

Cheslock

Clayton

Edward Middleford

Joanne Harcourt

  • Break the Cutie: Where to start? In his first appearance, he's been a victim of Maurice Cole's trickery, and is therefore a social pariah. When Cole is exposed, Harcourt becomes Redmond's new toy and all starts to get better... but it doesn't last. In the cricket game he's grossly humiliated because of Ciel's trick. Later, he discovers that the prefects killed several students and the Vice Principal, meets face to face with the Bizarre Dolls, is almost killed by them, and then has to become a Secret Keeper. The poor guy can't catch a break.
  • Cry Cute
  • Gender-Blender Name
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold
  • Potty Emergency: Joanne, Redmond's toy had...ahem...quite the troubles to leave the cricket field after eating meat pie filled with super strong laxatives.
    • Later on, he wet his pants while escaping the zombies at the midnight tea party.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Averted. Like Redmond, the eyes are only to show that he's a part of the Scarlet Fox dorm. And he happens to be a very kind person.
  • Secret Keeper: Becomes this to prevent a scandal if he were to reveal the true deaths of the missing students and Vice-Principal and their fates.
  • Self-Deprecation: He claims that he's only good at reading and nothing else.

McMillan

  • Cheerful Child
  • Children Are Innocent: The only character who ends the Weston College Arc with his innocence intact.
  • Fanboy: He acts like one when he discovers that Ciel´s dad was responsible for the "Blue Miracle". He is also this to the P4, even gushing over the newly elected prefects after the previous ones are expelled for multiple-murder.
  • Meganekko: Rare male version.
  • Nice Guy: He´s friendly with Ciel all along and helps him to expose Maurice Cole.
  • The Short Guy with Glasses: He's as tall as Ciel, and he's a student of the Sapphire Owl dorm.
  • Youthful Freckles

Johan Agares

Derrick Arden

  • The Ace: Derrick was a bright and talented student; he was the captain of his cricket team, a master embroider, always got high marks, and wrote beautiful poetry. He was well-loved by the students, teachers, and the P4. However...
    • Broken Ace: He stole his "talents" to maintain this reputation, along with bullying the other students and bribing the Vice-Principal to overlook their behavior for four years. When Greenhill realized that his becoming prefect would allow Derrick to abuse that power, sullying the school's reputation, he murdered him.
  • Alpha Bitch: Basically Maurice Cole, except eviler.
  • Asshole Victim: He and his friends bullied many other students to steal their work and make himself shine before the P4. He showed no signs of remorse when the P4 found out about this, since he'd bought off the Vice-Principal, and was finally murdered by Greenhill. Even though the P4 was expelled for their crimes, no one shed a tear for Derrick's death.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He was basically The Ace of Weston High and the favorite of the prefects, but in reality he was a cruel bully who stole other students' works to make himself look good. So when the P4 found out, he manage to bribe the Vice-Principal and get a lighter punishment. However, once he makes a remark he would become the next member of the P4, this prompts Greenhill to kill him to protect the traditions of the school.
  • Blonde Guys Are Evil: He even makes Maurice Cole look like a saint by comparison.
  • The Bully: An even worse one than Maurice Cole.
  • Chekhov M.I.A.: His disappearance is what sets off the Weston High arc.
  • Dead All Along
  • Dies Wide Open: After being clubbed in the head by Greenhill.
  • Man Bites Man: He bites Greenhill in the arm shortly after appearing as a Bizzare Doll raised by Undertaker.
  • Our Zombies Are Different: Raised by Undertaker. He came back as a Bizzare Doll.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Connections!: He has a distant family relation to the Queen, and this makes him think that he's entitled to commit despicable acts as he please in school. This eventually got him killed after a sly remark he would be the next P4 member next year by Greenhill.

     Sieglinde Sullivan 
"I'm the lord of this forest."

  • Adorably Precocious Child: She may be the wise landlord of her village and the "Green Witch", but deep down she's still a very intelligent child.
  • Adorkable: You can't deny that her excitement over learning about the world outside of the forest is very endearing.
  • Agony of the Feet: Her induction as the new Green Witch involved having her legs and feet forcibly tied and bound by Wolfram back when she was barely a child. And it was all because of a Scooby-Doo Hoax...by her own mother no less!
  • Alliterative Name
  • All Men Are Perverts: Sieglinde has had no contact with the opposite gender, and assumes this to be the case. She then attempts to seduce Ciel and Sebastian, genuinely believing this to be the only way to gain their trust.
  • The Atoner: After escaping her mother's clutches, she chooses to use her vast intellect to develop a cure for the sick and those who were affected by her mother's mustard gas. As Ciel put it, it would be "magical".
  • Big Eater: Well it's understandable when someone like Sebastian is in charge of meals.
  • Break the Cutie: The poor girl doesn't take well the revelations that her entire life was a lie, she's actually a Tykebomb raised solely to create a poisonous gas and her own mother was the mastermind behind all this and only sees her as a pawn.
  • Child Prodigy: She could read at the age of three and understood the chemical formula for the mustard gas left by her father.
  • The Comically Serious
  • Cool Chair: She has one for mealtimes. It's even got horns.
  • Crotch Grab Sex Check: She grabs Ciel's crotch to make sure he really is a man.
  • Cry Cute: When she's frustrated or sad.
  • Cute Witch: The cutest witch you'll ever meet... even though she's actually not a witch.
  • Deal with the Devil: Ciel notices that Sieglinde's feet are bound. Centuries ago, the founder of the village offered her legs to the Werewolves to protect the village from the Witch Hunt. Since then, all Lords have lived as cripples to continue the pledge. It was all a lie, actually her feet were bound to keep her from escaping if she learned of being a Tyke Bomb.
  • Dirty Kid: Seems to knows a lot about sex for a 11 year old.
  • Disappeared Dad: Her father was killed in the explosion of a unstable mustard gas before she was born.
  • Doing In the Wizard: The "Ultimate Magic" she worked all her life on in order to recreate the magical "miasma", is actually a chemical formula for a poisonous gas.
  • Et Tu, Brute?: Her face becomes this trope after learning that all of her servants and friends lied to her for years to keep her from discovering her mother's plans. She also realizes Wolfram was also in cahoots with her mother and she all but screams at him and calls him a liar.
  • Elegant Gothic Lolita: Which makes her look even more like a witch in a way.
  • Good Bad Girl: Has a bit of a dirty mind, but she's ultimately a nice girl.
  • Gilded Cage: What her life really was.
  • Green Eyes: As befits the Green Witch of the Forest.
  • Hair Decorations: Had a pair of large bows in her hair when she was three.
  • Horned Hairdo: 15th century style. Part of her (like the other villagers') Outdated Outfit.
  • Improbable Age: She's 11 years old, and yet she is a landlord. She also knows, though unconciously, advanced chemistry used to created a bomb of poisonous gas.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: She enjoys the idea of leaving the forest to see the outside world, wearing normal clothes, and having ordinary friends.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: Considering that she's lived within the Witch Forest her entire life with just servants for company, her desire to have a friend in Ciel is understandable and very cute and endearing.
  • Innocent Prodigy: She represents this trope, especially on this page where seeing her scrawling out the scientific formula for mustard gas makes you want to go "D'Awwwww". She later loses the innocent part once she learns her own mother was using her knowledge to create a powerful bio weapon.
  • Like Father, Like Son: Siegliende inherited her amazing talent for chemistry from her father. Which lead to the whole Scooby-Doo Hoax...
  • Lolicon: Invoked.
  • Mad Scientist's Beautiful Daughter: Her mother is a crazy scientist who raised her as a Tykebomb and manipulated her entire life just to finish the previously failed project on the mass-production of a stable biological weapon.
  • No Social Skills: Hasn't had much contact with the village, and none with the outside world. She has literally never seen a man in person before, aside from her Butler, who she claims doesn't count. It was all on purpose, so Siegliende didn't have anything else to do except finishing the gas formula.
  • Our Witches Are Different: Subverted, she's an ordinary human girl with extraordinary intellect. The "green witch" is actually a title of a military project.
  • Puppet King: She believes she's the landlord of the village, but she's actually a Tykebomb raised with the sole motive of developing a chemical weapon and the villagers are actually soldiers.
  • The Reveal: Siegliende isn't a witch, she never was. She was just a test subject used for a military project to develop the stable mustard gas.
  • Scooby-Doo Hoax: Her entire life has been a massive one.
  • Secret Keeper: When she learns from Sebastian the implications of Ciel's Dark and Troubled Past, she promises she won't tell anyone, to the butler's relief.
  • She Knows Too Much: If Sieglinde manages to escape the village in any way (which she eventually does), she is to be killed immediately on sight to prevent others from using her vast knowledge.
  • Sugar and Ice Personality: She comes across as serious, blunt and solemn, but she's still a kind-hearted and curious little girl who only wants to have ordinary friends.
  • The Tease: Is this occasionally to Sebastian and Ciel.
  • Tykebomb: She's actually a test subject used for a military project to develop the stable mustard gas. Her entire life as the "Green Witch" was just a way to manipulate her into concentrating in her research.
  • Unusual Euphemism: Doesn't get any less unusual (or squicky, considering her age) than "Tonight I destroy the key to the secret chamber that I have guarded for the past eleven years of my life."
  • Unwitting Pawn: Believed that the "ultimate magic" she was creating would restore miasma to the world, making it more habitable for supernatural creatures like the werewolves. She was actually solving a formula for a chemical weapon meant for bioterrorism. Whoopsie.
  • White Mage: Performs a healing ritual to save victims of the werewolf's curse.
    • Chapter 97 indicates the "healing ritual" was false because the "werewolf's curse" is not miasma, but a chemical weapon.
  • Young and in Charge: The landlord of the village at only 11 years old. She's a descendant of the village's "founder". Subverted.

     Wolfram Geltzer 
  • Always Someone Better: he's very angry at Sebastian for being such a better butler than him that Sieglinde asked him to be her butler while Ciel gets better from the "werewolf's curse" or rather, the poisonous gas effects.
    Sebastian: It feels like he's about ready to bite my head off.
  • Ambiguously Human: The only male in the village, with a few nonhuman characteristics, and Sieglinde calls him more of a "guard dog" than a man. Chapter 97 shows that he is not a werewolf as it was previously assumed, in fact, there are NO werewolves in the forest. Just soldiers wearing a very convincing werewolf costume.
  • Battle Butler: Seems to be this for Sieglinde. Later revealed that he's a lieutenant and was choosen to be her butler because the "green witch" needed the best fighter to keep an eye on her.
  • Becoming the Mask: He's part of a huge Scooby-Doo Hoax in order to manipulate Sieglinde into creating a poisonous gas, but he really does care about her. However, he must kill Siegliende if she ever found the truth. Even so, when Sieglinde calls him out for lying to her, he's visibly hurt, and he seems to have some reluctance towards killing his charge. At the end, he betrays the army in order to allow Sieglinde to escape, which nearly gets him killed.
  • Cute Little Fangs: Of the canine variety, as versus Sebastian's more feline fangs.
  • Deep Cover Agent: He is a lieutenant, the rest of the village men are soldiers as well.
  • Hellish Pupils: Flashes these when introduced. (Possibly Rule of Perception?)
  • Hot-Blooded Sideburns
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: Sullivan's huge guy.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: It's implied that "Wolfram Geltzer" is not his real name, but instead the name given to him when he was assigned by the army to look after Sieglinde.
  • The Resenter: Resents Ciel for making Sieglinde find out the truth and force him now to kill her.
  • Super Soldier
  • Werewolf: It's usually hinted that he's one. However, Chapter 97 shows the "werewolves" are all human villagers in a werewolf costume.

     The old hag 

  • Abusive Mom: She made up the whole "witch offering her legs to werewolves" legend to keep Siegliende from escaping if she found out the truth. She broke the legs of her own daughter just to keep her in the village.
  • Arc Villain: Of the Green Witch arc. She's responsible for everything that happened in the village.
  • The Chessmaster: She is the one behind the "Green Witch" military project.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: She doesn't understand why her daughter breaks down at the revelation that her entire life was a massive Scooby-Doo Hoax to manipulate her into finishing the previously failed project on the mass-production of a stable biological weapon. From her point of view, Siegliende should be happy that she created a chemical weapon meant for bioterrorism.
  • Evil Matriarch: Certainly.
  • Happily Married: Was implied to be this until the lab accident.
  • I Was Quite a Looker: She used to be quite beautiful until her face was horribly scarred in a laboratory accident.
  • Karmic Death: Sebastian forced her to inhale the toxic mustard gas via a kiss for using her own daughter to create a bio weapon, which killed her instantly.
  • Love Makes You Evil: She was shown to be devastated by her husband's death in a laboratory accident that severely disfigured her. So when her daughter Siegliende displayed her dead husband's intelligence, she made the little girl an Unwitting Pawn to finish the project in memory of her husband.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: Siegliende, I am your mother.
  • Mad Scientist: The whole village is actually a military area, the villagers are soldiers in disguise and Siegliende is an Unwitting Pawn for her own mother. Just to finish the previously failed project on the mass-production of a stable biological weapon.
  • No Name Given
  • Younger than She Looks: She looks like an old crone because she was caught in a gas explosion which left her severely burnt.