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Characters: Corrector Yui
This page lists the characters of Corrector Yui and their associated tropes.

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    The Human Correctors 

Yui Kasuga

A high-school student who assumes the secret on-line identity of "Corrector Yui".

Haruna Kisaragi

Voiced by: Yuko Kagata (JP), Mayra Arellano (LA)

Yui's best friend from high school. She was supposed to be a Corrector, but I.R. confused her with Yui, thanks to Grosser's intervention.
  • The Ace: When she definitely becomes Corrector Haruna to rescue Yui and others, Haruna manages to use the four Elemental Suits perfectly. And in her first try.
  • Bare Your Midriff
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Please don't push her buttons too much.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: In the first season.
  • Dark Magical Girl: When controlled by Grosser.
  • Evil Costume Switch
  • Good Wings, Evil Wings
  • Green-Eyed Monster: She loves Yui dearly, but also envies her for being more open and friendly than her. This makes her an easy bait for Grosser's brainwashing.
  • Idiot Hair
  • Invisible Parents: Her parents appear off-screen in the series. It's assumed that they are so busy that they are rarely home. However, in the manga they do appear when Haruna falls commatose when being manipulated by Grosser.
  • Manipulative Bitch: Subverted: she was manipulated by someone that used her emotions of jealousy against her. Eventually, it's more of Brainwashed and Crazy.
  • Meaningful Name: 'Kisaragi' is the old way to calling February (modern-way is Ni-Gatsu) in Japan. Since, in kanji it does means 'month to wear more clothes', February 3rd is the festival of Setsubun, the day in which it is finally changing of seasons. Old folk stories said it was due because it was said to bring out the devils. It does makes sense why Haruna gets and Angel-Motif Elemental Suit and why its counterpart is a Devil.
  • Missed the Call: She was supposed to become the first Corrector, but that went to Yui instead.
  • Mission Control: In season two, when Yui fails victim of a Boggles infection.
  • Nice Hat
  • Opera Gloves: When controlled by Grosser.
  • Paint It Black: When controlled by Grosser.
  • Shrinking Violet: She slowly gets better, especially after she starts opening much better with help of Yui.
  • Silk Hiding Steel
  • Submissive Badass
  • Team Mom: She is like this in her circle of friends, and gets much more into that role at the almost end of season one helping Yui and the correctors in the Final Battle with Grosser, and towards season two when she is not a corrector.
  • Thigh-High Boots: When controlled by Grosser.
  • Zettai Ryouiki

Ai Shinozaki

Voiced by: Kae Araki (JP), Laura Ayala (LA)

A mysterious girl who becomes a Corrector on her own in season 2. She is daughter of the scientists Shintaro and Azusa Shinozaki, who becomes a corrector because she has to find a mysterious little girl that is the retainer of the Boggles virus (and who is her father's creation), and is also the clue of where her comatose mother's lost conscience really is.

     Software Programs/Correctors 

Control

Voiced by: Hiroki Takahashi (JP), José Luis Reza (LA)

Corrector Software #1, The Regulator. His element motif is Wind. He was found by Yui in a Science Fiction MMORPG net disguised as a Space Pirate called Shadowcat.

Synchro/War Wolf

Voiced by: Takashi Matsuyama (JP), Bardo Miranda (LA)
(as War Wolf) Takashi Matsuyama (JP), Miguel Ángel Ghigliazza (LA)

Corrector Software #2, The Synchronizer. He has the power of Fire. He is the last software to be found since he was under the identity of War Wolf, one of Grosser's Fearsome Four, after an incident that saved the Professor's life but got him injured and infected with a virus. Under the identity of War Wolf, he is a skilled combat fighter, and retains his snarky side towards his companions and the correctors, especially Yui. Synchro eventually returns to his War Wolf identity thanks to the infection of the Boggles virus at the start of season 2, and is only released at the end.

Ante

Voiced by: Michiko Neya (JP), Circe Luna (LA)

Corrector Software #3, The Predictor. She has the Wind elemental power in her. When the Professor dispersed the correctors for their own sake, she took the role of a popular fortune teller, whose site was later corrupted by Grosser.

Eco

Voiced by: Kumiko Watanabe (JP), Isabel Martiñon (LA)

Corrector Software #4, The System Maintainer. His element motif is Water. He becomes the mysterious protector of the Nature Net after the Professor dispersed the eight Software Programs.
  • Adorably Precocious Child
  • Bratty Half-Pint
  • Disguised in Drag: In the manga, he was disguised as a girl who is taking care of the Nature Net just to trick Grosser and his minions.
  • Green Thumb: He is the protector and controller of Nature, since Ecology is also the motif of his name.
  • Making a Splash: Especially having the Water Elemental Power.
  • Mouthy Kid
  • Refusal of the Call: It took Yui quite the effort to recruit him, since he has a loyalty to his Disappeared Dad, Professor Inukai, but then he starts to like her, when she proves to be mature. This is again shown when Haruna was re-recruiting the correctors, but now it was thanks to the loyalty he had to both the professor AND Yui.
  • The Resenter: Mostly towards Synchro... especially for burning the forest he protects when he was War Wolf.
    • In fact, this is something that was played very seriously in the Okamoto manga, since it's the trigger of tension between him and Synchro that Haruna, already manipulated by Grosser, uses to try to disperse the already-reunited team.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Inukai.

Rescue

Voiced by: Akiko Kimura (JP), Elsa Covián (LA)

Corrector Software #5, The Repairer. Her Elemental power is related to Water. During the dispersal of the correctors, she was hidden in the Medical Net, seeking the Professor on her own.

Peace

Voiced by: Kazuhiko Nishimatsu (JP), Armando Rendiz (LA)

Corrector Software #6, The Archiver. His motif is Fire, something very ironic since he does not approve of violence. He was, alongside Follow, on a remote island hidden in the Marine Adventure Net.

Follow

Voiced by: Shinobu Satouchi (JP), Enrique Mederos (LA)

Corrector Software #7, The Compiler. His elemental power is Earth. He was, alongside Peace, on a remote island hidden in the Marine Adventure Net.

I.R.

Voiced by: Tomohiro Nishimura (JP), Luis Daniel Ramírez (LA)

Corrector Software #8, The Installer. He has the Earth elemental power. He was the one who Professor Inukai sends to look for the human corrector who will reunite the Software Programs and stop Grosser.

    Corruptors 

Grosser

Voiced by: Mugihito (JP), Miguel Ángel Ghigliazza (LA)

Leader of the Corruptors. And also the main system who controls the whole ComNet.

Freeze

Voiced by: Kotono Mitsuishi (JP), Catalina Múzquiz (LA)

The only female Corrupted Software on Grosser's Fearsome Four team. She has the ability to freeze anything.

Jaggy

Voiced by: Hiromi Sugino (JP), Gerardo Reyero (LA)

The most knowledgeable of Grosser's henchmen despite his bulk size and his strength. Most of his tactics including manipulating the environment to do his bidding (though most of it didn't do so well). In the second season, he becomes the library administrator.

Virus

Voiced by: Kazuhiro Nakayama (JP), Martín Soto (LA)

The most intelligent of Grosser's henchmen. He is armed with primarily a light saber and computer viruses. His computer viruses can be used to corrupt other programs and make them do his bidding. In the second season, he works as a virus computer researcher.

    Yui's Classmates and Teachers 

Takashi Fuji

Voiced by: Hiroshi Kamiya (JP), Eduardo Garza (LA)

Yui's childhood friend and Haruna's love interest. He is a boy who likes sports.

Akiko Yanagi

Voiced by Shiho Kikuchi (JP), Karla Falcón (LA)

One of Yui's best friends from High School. She is an ecologist at heart.

Reiko Kanonzaki

Voiced by: Yuka Nagayoshi (JP), Isabel Martiñón (LA)

One of Yui's best friends from High School. She is someone who likes to know and visit novelty and popular sites with her friends.

Ichitaro Ishikawa

Voiced by: Ryo Naitou (JP), Irwin Daayán (LA)

One of Takashi's best friends, he is also a computer geek and fan of MMORPGs and Science Fiction.

Hideto Kobayashi

Voiced by: Yoshirou Matsumoto (JP), Jose Gilberto Vilchis (LA, 1st season), Enzo Fortuny (LA, 2nd season)

One of Takashi's best friends.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": In the Latinamerican dub, Hideto's name is never accurate, sometimes he is called Bento or Beto...
  • Those Two Guys: He is often displaced alongside Ichitaro in preference to Takashi.

Manami Sayama

Voiced by: Chieko Honda (JP), Mónica Villaseñor (LA)

Yui's Titular Teacher, who has a childish personality that is problematic for her own students.

    Other Characters 

Professor Mototsugu Inukai

Voiced by: Makoto "Mugihito" Terada (JP), Alejandro Villeli (LA)

The creator of the Eight Software Programs and Grosser, and father of all ComNet. He attempts to stop Grosser by sending Correctors, but he is left comatose after Grosser finally caught him.
  • Big Good
  • Interrupted Suicide: In the first season he tried to stop Grosser via commiting an Heroic Suicide, but Synchro saved him.
  • Memory Gambit: As a last effort, he prefers to sacrifice his memory, until the 8 Software Programs are reunited again.
  • The Professor
  • Quest for Identity: After being saved by Synchro and sacrificing his own memory, he starts in the middle of nowhere not knowing who he is, but he has the hunch of being someone important and that he is searching for some people. And so he begins his search....

Shun Tojo

Voiced by: Hiroshi Isobe (JP), Yamil Atala (LA)

An engineering/medical student who lives alongside Yui's house. He is Yui's love interest and Ai's cousin.
  • Distressed Dude: In the end of season one, he was abducted by Grosser, as bait to lure Yui and the other Correctors to battle him in his lair.
  • Oblivious to Love
  • Put on a Bus: In the second season it's mentioned that he went to America to keep studying Medicine.

Shinichi Kasuga

Voiced by: Kazuki Yao (JP), Ricardo Mendoza (LA)

Yui's father and a computer programmer. He is the designer of Fantasy Net and Marine Adventure Net.

Sakura Kasuga

Voiced by: Yuri Amano (JP), Cony Madera (LA)

Yui's kind and sweet mother.

Azusa Shinozaki

Voiced by: Naomi Shindo (JP)

Ai's mother and widow of Shintaro Shinozaki. At the beginning of season two, she's comatose, thanks to an accident that severed the connection between her mind and body. She is one of the group of scientists that were behind the creation of ComNet, and had vital info about it...
  • Barrier Maiden: She is trapped inside ComNet by Ryo Kurokawa, and at the end of the series, Ai must rescue her.
  • Creator Couple: She and Shintarou, sorta. It's a plot point since being his partner alongside his wife, she learned some info about Kurokawa...
  • Convenient Coma
  • She Knows Too Much: Azusa realized Kurokawa's intentions, attepted to confront him in the Com-Net, and was told this. Then the accident happened.

Shintaro Shinozaki

Ai's deceased dad. His death is the reason of why Ai is the way she is in the present. He is also one of the scientists behind ComNet's creation alongside Mototsugu Inukai and Ryo Kurokawa.
  • Almost Dead Guy: He created Ai-chan as a message container for his daughter when she was a kid, before dying.
  • Disappeared Dad: He died when Ai was a child, 10 years ago.

Feena/Hoe Hoe

Voiced by: Yuki Kaida (JP), Leyla Rangel (LA)

A little but rebellious whale who has the most melodious voice in all the Marine Adventure Net's ocean.

Missing Little Girl/Ai-chan

Voiced by: Makoto Tsumura (JP), Alondra Hidalgo (LA)

A little girl who is always seen with a teddy bear when the Boggles virus is around. She is the creation of Shintaro Shinozaki, as a fairytale character made for her daughter, Ai, and was created as a messenger for her. However, Ryo Kurokawa experimented with her and she became the host of the virus. Her bear is the one who recruits Ai Shinozaki as a corrector.

Mysterious Man

A man who is working in the fairytale simulation, as a performer for a "Sun, Wind and Traveler" story drama, as the traveler. He asks Freeze to search for the "missing little girl", claiming he wanted to return her home, with one condition; that she shouldn't talk about it with anyone. He promised a large sum of reward money for Freeze, stopping her from asking too much about the job.

Ryo Kurokawa

Voiced by: Shinpachi Tsuji (JP), Homero Villareal (LA)

He is one of the scientists that was originally behind the creation of ComNet, however he left at earlier stages of this because his ideas clashed with Inukai's and Shinozaki's. He was also a good friend of Azusa but at the end she confronted him, knowing what he was doing (creating the Boggles virus). He then caused the accident that left Azusa in a coma, unleashing the events of the second series.


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