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Characters: Cage of Eden
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     Akira's Group 

Akira Sengoku

Our hero. Formerly the class clown, Akira now finds himself forced to lead his classmates through an island filled with deadly animals.
  • Accidental Pervert: The most frequent gag is him ending up in a compromising position with a girl, and Rion dragging him off by his ear.
  • Badass: Coming in just behind Yarai and Kouhei.
  • Big Eater: Though it hasn't really come up since the first chapter.
  • Celibate Hero: Seems to be his primary reason for not acting on his feelings for Rion. They're more than a little busy.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: With Rion.
  • Chivalrous Pervert
  • Class Clown: Before coming to the island. Which is why pretty much everyone is shocked when they find out he's the one leading the most successful group of survivors.
  • Clueless Chick Magnet: Though he has been getting more aware.
  • Determinator: And as a result, so is everyone else on his team.
  • Disappeared Dad: Chapter 183 reveals that he died of an illness when Akira was four.
  • The Hero: Might as well have it stamped on his forehead.
  • The Leader: A mix of types III and IV
  • Magnetic Hero: He's not the strongest or the smartest, but he's very good at gathering friends.

Rion Akagami

Akira's childhood friend.

Shirou Mariya

The school prodigy and the first person Akira meets after crashing.

Kanako Oomori

A clumsy stewardess who Akira meets after crashing.
  • Big Breast Pride: She views her large breasts as her only redeemable feature since she feels she's too clumsy to be of use to anyone.
  • Buxom Is Better: The only thing about herself she is proud of.
  • The Chick: While she does her best to be useful, she's frustratingly aware that she can't contribute as much as the others.
  • Dojikko: She insists that she is too clumsy to be helpful.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Well, the squirrel-creatures, anyway. Everything else is far too violent.
  • Fur Bikini: Wears one in the finale with a definite Cat Girl vibe.
  • The Medic: She only has basic first aid training, but that's better than everyone else.
  • Meganekko: In Chapter 4. Usually she wears contacts.
  • Schoolgirl Lesbians: The reason she became a flight attendant (in spite of failing the test 16 times) was to be with her former senpai, who was her first love. She insists that it was because she went to all-girl school and that she likes men now.
  • Sexy Stewardess
  • Team Mom
  • Took a Level in Badass: At first she breaks down quickly and is scared to death of a small and furry animal, but later she takes a stab wound from Kouhei and tries to write it off as nothing.

Kazuma "Zaji" Saji

A boy from class 3 who Akira's group meets on the beach.

     Yarai's Group 

Kouichi Yarai

A notorious delinquent from class 4.

Motoko Kurusu

The homeroom teacher of class 4.

Saki Segawa

A girl from a rich family who dislikes Yarai.
  • A-Cup Angst: While she's not small, she's smaller than Rion, and well aware that this is why the latter is considered prettier.
  • All Girls Want Bad Boys: Played with. Due to the love letter confusion, she had a small crush on Yarai, which went out the window when he tore up her letter (biiig misunderstanding). On the island, once she realizes what actually happened, she starts falling for him harder.
  • Anguished Declaration of Love: To Yarai, when it seems like he sees Motoko as a love interest rather than just a teacher.
  • The Glomp: After Yarai saves her.
  • Just Friends: She suggested this to Yarai in response to his love letter. Since he never actually sent her a love letter, he had no idea what was going on.
  • Love Confession: In the backstory, she thought Yarai was trying to give her one. Turns out that because the letter was unsigned, she had made a big mistake.
    Yarai: I feel bad for the guy who wrote that letter.
  • Love Letter Lunacy: Led her to think Yarai had a crush on her.
  • Love Triangle: It remains to be seen whether or not she is in one with Yara and Kurusu.
  • Non-Human Sidekick: In Chapter 115, she picks up a turtle and declares that it will be the group's dinner. In Chapter 133, we see that she's kept him and named him "Mr. Lucky".
  • The Ojou
  • Taking The Punch: Takes a punch from Yarai intended for Akira.

Makiko Shigeno

A girl who has joined Yarai's group with Saki. Other than the fact that she is good at encouraging others, not much is known about her.

Machika Matsumoto

A girl who has joined Yarai's group with Saki. Originally mistrustful of Yarai, but she's been warming up to him.

     Eiken's Group (Spoilers) 

Makoto "Eiken" Morita

A friend of Akira's. Enjoys taking perverted pictures of girls.
  • Blinding Bangs: As demonstrated in his picture.
  • Camera Fiend: Generally used to get pictures of the girls. However, he was able to use the zoom from atop the mountain to spot the Antenna Tower.
  • Sherlock Scan: He has a keen eye for details.

Aya Tokiwa

A girl from class 2 and a member of the track team.
  • Action Girl: She is very action oriented and fights with a sharpened stake and her legs.
  • All Love Is Unrequited: Agrees with Maya's belief that Sengoku is the only suitable marriage candidate.
  • Badass: One of the rare girls to fit this description.
  • Berserk Button: Has a sensitive spot on her back and hates having it touched.
  • Blood Knight: She's referred to fights as fun—you know, the fights against the several hundred pound wild animals that they don't so much defeat as survive.
  • Emotionless Girl: She doesn't really talk much, so we can't be sure what she's thinking.
  • Hair Decorations: Her headband.
  • Lovely Angels: Becomes this with Maya Miyauchi in the finale.
  • Pervert Revenge Mode: Corners a pair of peeping toms alongside Maya in the finale and threatens to kill them.
  • Vigilante Man: Forms the Vigilante Corps with Maya.

Seigou Komiyama

A perverted monk with no interest in girls over the age of 20.
  • Chekhov's Skill: He didn't want to become a monk, but the training he received has saved his life multiple times on the island.
  • Enjo Kosai: Was involved in a scandal revolving around this.
  • Eyepatch of Power: Sports one (along with a badass scar) in the finale.
  • Locked Away in a Monastery: To avoid the aforementioned scandal, his parents made him become a monk.
  • Lolicon: Very much so, and of course Played for Laughs.
  • Hidden Depths: Yes, he's an unashamed lolicon, but he also gives Sengoku a speech on the nature of evil (specifically, in reference to Nishikiori).
  • Pedophile Priest: Well, in this case, an ephebophile monk.

Hideo Igarashi

A manager at a successful publishing firm who had thousands of people working under him.

Miina Isurugi

The real one. Carries around a sketchbook filled with drawings of extinct animals.
  • From the Mouths of Babes: Has been known to lapse into bouts of cursing unbefitting her age.
  • Girlish Pigtails
  • No Nudity Taboo: Cheerfully takes off her panties to give to her body double without a second thought.
  • No Social Skills: Due to being raised in isolation by her grandfather.
  • The Ojou: She doesn't act like it due to her amnesia, but she is ridiculously rich, as the only heir to a massive megacorp.
  • Overprotective Grandfather: He got her a body double for no explained reason other than paranoia.
  • Rescue Romance: Is developing a crush on her body double.
  • Spoiled Sweet: Doted on by her ridiculously rich grandfather, to the point that she had no social skills. With her memory gone, she rarely speaks, so it's hard to get a good read on her character.
  • Trauma-Induced Amnesia: The improbability is heavily lampshaded, increasing the possibility that there's something more to it.
  • Waif Prophet: She knows quite a bit about the extinct animals on the island, even stuff not in Mariya's encyclopedia.

     Other Characters 

Hades

Other than the fact that he is a student, little is known about him, since he refuses to take off his mask. He introduces himself by banging Akira on the head with a rock, then suspending him off a cliff.

Kouhei Arita

Akira's best friend, and a popular boy on the volleyball team.

Miina Isurugi

A 10 year old girl (or not) in control of a group of 30 men. In reality, "she" is actually a body double for the real Miina Isurugi.

Kagura Mami

A student from another school who became famous due to her supposed psychic powers.
  • The Cassandra: Twisted around. Her manager was faking her visions and killing to make them come true, but never believed Mami's real visions. Thankfully, Sengoku is willing to hear her out.
  • Nice Girl: Quiet, gentle, and friendly at all times.
  • Seer: She can see the future with an 80% success rate.

Yuki Sakuma

The class representative of class 4, Yuki was always scolding Akira for goofing around. Initially a member of Kouhei's group, she joins Akira's group after being rescued from drowning.

Takashi Yamaguchi

The student council president. Initially, he is working with his group to build a school on the island. However, once Akira reveals who assaulted Miina, he and his group decide to join Akira's.

Maya Miyauchi

A childhood friend of Zaji's and an initial member of Yamaguchi's group.

Rei Ooguro

A 20-year-old university student and a childhood friend of Tooru.
  • Absolute Cleavage: Her clothing leaves extraordinarily little to the imagination.
  • Cosplay Otaku Girl: Her profile indicates that she is this, and she actually has an eyepatch she uses for cosplay with her.
  • Cute Little Fangs
  • Ms. Fanservice: Subverted. She tries, but most of the boys are interested in the girls their own age, and the adult men are lolicons.

Tooru Rinzai

A university student and childhood friend of Rei's.
  • Beauty Is Never Tarnished: A complicated example. He covered his face because he was ashamed of his scars, and his girlfriend started ignoring him. Once she is officially out of the picture, he takes off his bandages and reveals that he was just overreacting.
  • Dropped a Bridge on Him
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: First introduced with bandages covering his face because he's ashamed of them. During this time, he is silent and rather off-putting. Once the bandages come off, the group quickly points out that the scars actually look pretty cool. Tooru himself becomes much more open and friendly.

Takashi Nishikiori

A doctor who holds the Pyramid group in thrall.
  • Asexual: Somewhat implied. It's established quite a few times that he had no interest in the female hostages. When asked what types of breasts he liked, he replied "neither." He might be interested in the other gender, but nothing in the story ever suggested that.
  • Beauty Is Never Tarnished: He freaks out when he thinks he might end up with a scar on his face.
  • Big Bad: Of the final arc, even with the more dangerous extinct animals, he holds the morale threat
  • Dangerously Genre Savvy: When he overhears the real Miina explaining to the group about a gigantic animal, he correctly deduces that said animal will show up soon.
  • Deadly Doctor: He uses his medical skills to inflict maximum pain without leaving any lasting injuries. And he's not even a real doctor!
  • Karma Houdini: Survives at the end, although loses a leg.
  • Living Lie Detector: Through a combination of checking someone's pulse and pupil dilation.
  • Manipulative Bastard: Has managed to turn the entire Pyramid group into his willing slaves through careful manipulation of groupthink and other psychological tricks.
  • Morally Ambiguous Doctorate: Whoever gave this man a medical license needs to be shot. Then again, he doesn't actually have a medical license.
  • A Nazi by Any Other Name: He is explicitly referred to as using Nazi tactics. However, in a rare example, they are not talking about genocide or racism (the population is too small for that). Rather, he borrows the Nazi "whistleblowing" tactic, encouraging his slaves to report on each other. Not only does it keep him informed, but it keeps his followers scared and unable to cooperate against him.
  • Plague Master: Spread a disease among the Pyramid group and only gave people the cure when they swore loyalty to him.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: On top of everything else, he's a misogynist. The only reason he's not a rapist is because he thinks women are so far beneath him as to not bother.
  • Shadow Archetype: To Sengoku.
  • Smug Snake: Generally, his plans work perfectly, so he doesn't quite fit this. But when they don't (such as his various plans to kill or control Akira), this comes out full force.
  • The Sociopath: Laughs as a man and daughter die in front of him from a disease he caused.
  • Tyrant Takes the Helm: He wrested control of the Pyramid group away from the aforementioned father.

Ugen Kokonoe

The school science teacher, and a member of the Pyramid group. That is, until Nishikiori had him beaten and thrown in prison.

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