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The Protagonist of Disgaea 4. Valvatorez is a vampire who was once known as "The Tyrant" for his incredible power. However, after a certain incident he refused to consume human blood, which caused his powers to rapidly decline and his eventual demotion to a lowly Prinny Instructor in Hades. Despite this he takes his demotion in stride, and although he can be a bit of an idiot at times he possesses a ferocious and unbreakable sense of demonic honor.
Almighty Janitor: Even after enough Level Grinding to overthrow the Corrupternment, Val insists that he's merely a simple Prinny Instructor. Also, despite the De-power, Zetta of all people considers him a worthy opponent.
Anti-Hero: Inverse type 3. He's a pretty nice guy, and while he's clearly NOT evil despite his claims he's certainly morally ambigious, meaning that its pretty hard to determine if he's good or neutral.
Badass: He's more than earned the title, in both his past and present forms.
Benevolent Boss: Though he's only doing it to keep his promise and while he may be strict, he takes his job as Prinny Instructor seriously and the Prinnies really respect him for it. This is a stark contrast to Bad BossEtna. It even shows in the Prinnies' work ethic as they seem a lot more competent.
Some of the Prinnies in the post-game even lampshade this if spoken to, bitter that other Prinny instructors aren't as good or protective a boss as Val.
This is one of the reasons why Laharl recruits Valvatorez post game in D2. The Prinnies won't listen to them so he needs someone who can educate the Prinnies from the bottom up. If you have Valvatorez talk to the Prinnies of all personalities inside the castle, you find out that all the Prinnies worship the ground Valvatorez is on as he educates him. Even the lazy Prinny personality that tends to dismiss everyone is motivated to do work because Valvatorez's speech is inspirational for Prinnies.
Berserk Button: Anything Prinny-related that breaks the rules, and insulting sardines. More seriously, breaking promises and war. Both of these things have something to do with Artina.
De-power: Due to not drinking blood, though he isn't any weaker because of it. Though this is potentially reversed in the Artina ending, in which she finally allows him to drink her blood.
Determinator: Whether it's keeping his promises, having Prinnies obey the Prinny rules, or correcting a typo, nothing will stop him from achieving his goals even if it means going up against God.
Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: In an extended scenario of the Normal Ending, Valvatorez is summoned by God to be warned not to anger him. Valvatorez's response is not only to give a speech to God to not interfere again but punches God in the face. However, Valvatorez thinks that the voice might not have been God at all...
Don't You Dare Pity Me!: While Valvatorez was touched that Artina would willingly offer her blood to him, he was also frustrated that a mere human not only didn't fear him, but pitied him. Thus his promise: he will not drink blood - Artina's or anyone else's - until he can show her true terror.
The Dreaded: Subverted. In his Tyrant state, he was considered a horrifying boogey man to humans and demons alike who's name was uttered in hushed voices. He's actually a pretty nice guy who treats spreading fear as a job.
Evil Sounds Deep: In Japanese, his voice during his days as a Tyrant is noticeably lower and sounds much more threatening. Present-day Val will occasionally use his Tyrant voice whenever he makes a Rousing Speech.
Expy: Many fans liken his character design and over-the-top, stylish quirks to Lelouch of Code Geass.
A more direct one would be Raizen of YuYu Hakusho. Extremely powerful in his past, so much so that nearly every demon was terrified of just hearing his name, until he met a human woman that was so different that he couldn't help but be interested in her and made a promise to said human woman to stop consuming the source of his power, causing him to become far weaker than he used to be.
Grammar Nazi: Storms the Information Bureau because they spelled "Prinny" wrong in a newspaper and gives severe punishments for prinnies who do not add DOOD to any sentence.
Guest Star Party Member: Tyrant Valvatorez joins Fenrich in all of the Flashback Episode's battles, but despite being able to control him, he's still counted as an NPC. However, he becomes a fully playable character once the Flashback Episode is completed.
As per Disgaea tradition, he and Fenrich show up as recruitables in Disgaea D2
He's Got Legs: His legs are pretty skinny, and his pants are pretty tight...
Heroes Prefer Swords: As with previous Disgaea main characters, he's not restricted to using only swords, but he can naturally learn most sword skills and promotional material usually show him wielding a sword.
Heroic Willpower: Unlike the other characters, Valvatorez isn't affected by the A Virus. He attributes this to "spirit, fortitude, and the power of sardines."
Heroic Vow: To not drink human blood. Fenrich has been trying and failing to get him to break this for four hundred years.
How the Mighty Have Fallen: Not that he's particularly concerned - he would have never discovered sardines otherwise! Not to mention he's still MUCH more powerful than he claims he is.
Humble Hero: To the point that he seems to be in denial of his influence and power.
Idiot Hero: Not stupid per se, but somewhat gullible, bull-headed, and with just enough Cloud Cuckoo Lander tendencies to make him come off as a bit of a dope.
This is lampshaded somewhat in DLC flashbacks when Fenrich asks how he survived so long acting like this, which Valvatorez replies "Easy, I'm strong."
I Gave My Word: Takes promises very seriously because the first time he didn't, things went badly.
I Have Many Names: Tyrant Valvatorez, the Bloodthirsty King of Fear, the Blood-soaked Valvatorez of Absolute Evil, The King of Carnage and Atrocity.
Valvatorez: Hmph... I had almost forgotten about all those old aliases... Those were cute.
Insane Troll Logic: He understands The Power of Friendship and Power of Trust are sources of strength for humans and as a Tyrant he feels making use of that would make him more frightening. Really, loyalty and similar things generally make something less scary.
Potential Fridge Brilliance and Fridge Horror to that when one considers that those power sources actually DO make him a lot more powerful and in fact are a possible explanation as to why he's so powerful despite his de-power. His insane power as a Tyrant was the prime reason he was considered such a terrifying boogey man figure in the first place.
Let's not forget that by certain demonic standards a demon that uses the powers of trust and friendship would be incredibly badass. That, and people ARE afraid of things that are familiar to them, but not quite.
In-Series Nickname: Fenrich calls him "Lord Val". Fuka and Desco call him "Valzy". Vulcanus calls him "Mr. Vampire" or occasionally "Mr. Weirdo".
Just the First Citizen: Valvatorez, for all intents and purposes, is ruling the Netherworld after the end of the game - he just completely refuses to recognize himself as anything higher than a simple Prinny Instructor.
Large Ham: A vampire who can speak passionately about anything, but especially when it comes to sardines and promises. Especially in the English dub, where Troy Baker proves himself capable of devouring whole sets in one bite.
Taken Up to Eleven AGAIN in Fuka and Desco mode, where he must have decided to become the largest ham possible. The only thing missing would Ham-to-Ham Combat with Gig. And then again in the Flashback Episode, where we learn that he was a gigantic ham in his past and, in the present, he starts mixing up his speeches with dramatic highs and lows in a manner somewhat reminiscent of William Shatner. And then there's his hamtastic "The Power of FriendshipRousing Speech"...
Life Drain: His special attacks have this. Too bad it never gives enough to be any use.
Madness Mantra: He takes his job so seriously that he completely loses it when met with opposition. He tries to educate Pringer X (a mute Humongous Mecha Prinny) in proper Prinny etiquette, with the following results:
Valvatorez: Prinny Rule No.1! You shall always include the word "dood" in every line you say!
Pringer X: ...
Emizel: It's a robot. It probably can't even talk.
Valvatorez: Prinny Rule No.1! You shall ALWAYS include the word "DOOD" in every line you say!
Pringer X: ...
Fuka: This is stupid. I'm outta here.
Desco: Eh, Desco too...
Artina: Good luck, Mr. Vampire...
Valvatorez: Prinny Rule... No.1! You shall always include the word "dood"... in every line you say!
Make Me Wanna Shout: His most powerful unique moves have him transform into a satanic lookalike and unleash a powerful scream.
The Men First: Considers those who serve under him as his equals, and has even gone as far as Taking the Bullet for someone he's only entered the most casual of alliances with.
Morality Pet: To Fenrich, who is a scheming Jerkass but Valvatorez keeps him in line and Fenrich's Undying Loyalty and dedication to his lord is his most prominent virtue.
My Greatest Failure: He didn't take his promise with Artina (when she was a human) all that seriously, and she ended up dead because of it. That's the main reason why he takes every promise seriously from then on.
Necessarily Evil: Valvatorez considers villainy to be a very vital community service to the cosmos. He also has plans to Take Over the World along with the Netherworld - not because he has any desire to rule them, but because both places have done such a fantastic job of screwing themselves up that he feels the need to intervene personally.
Nice Guy: Easily the kindest of the four main characters in the series.
Noble Demon: To the point that he is quite possibly the most honorable demon/netherworld-born character in the entire series.
In the post game, he even offers Asagi the position of main character. The only reason she didn't take up the offer is because she didn't want to be pitied and didn't want her numerous other cameos to seem like a waste of time.
No Doubt The Years Have Changed Me: Since he looks significantly younger than he used to thanks to his power degeneration, Vulcanus/Artina fails recognize him until he gives her his name.
The Nose Knows: Can always identify the scent of human blood, which is why Fenrich's been unable to sneak the stuff into his meals.
Our Vampires Are Different: Although he does suck blood, which allows him to unleash his magical powers, a promise he made long ago caused him to refrain from drinking blood. He replaces blood with sardines as his primary form of nutrition, though this causes his powers to deplete. He's still very powerful despite said De-power, still able to use traditional vampire transformation powers into bats, dark mists, and satanic beasts.
Also, he's a vampire and a demon. Not a contradiction because in this series, "demon" covers most supernatural creatures. (In Japan, vampires are generally thought of as "demonic" and not "undead").
Out of Character Moment: Particularly in the Fuka and Desco show when concerning Axel's rant. As much of an annoyance he finds Axel, to not believe in what Axel said (given he is rather gullible and moved by these types of speeches) comes off as downright mean.
Parenthetical Swearing: Done literally. When he refers to Axel, a parenthetical note helpfully points out that what he really means is "idiot".
Fenrich:... What an impressive ability to overwrite his memory of losing his power and being forced to take the least wanted job in the Netherworld. This is another one of his formidable powers. He can convert any suffering he's been through into something positive.
Power-Up Food: "SARDINE! You want to know the secret to my power? It's the sardines. Eat them, and you will grow stronger as well."
The Promise: His will to keep his promises surpasses even Adell's. His first big promise was to not drink human blood and he's kept that promise for 400 years despite it causing his powers to deplete. On top of that, he makes additional promises with several characters all of which he plans on keeping, much to Fenrich's annoyance.
Punch Clock Villain: Even as a Tyrant, he considered spreading fear in the human world to be just a necessary job.
Purposefully Overpowered: With depowered Val already being as strong as he is, Tyrant Valvatorez would have to be a complete Game Breaker to be anything other than Overrated And Underleveled - so they made him a complete Game Breaker. Just about the only things that keep him from outright obliterating every stage in the Flashback episodes are the Geo Panel setups and permanent poison (Though his Life Drain specials mitigate this) in the last two stages.
Really 700 Years Old: His age is not stated, but the time between the day he stopped drinking blood and the beginning of the game is 400 years.
His age has been confirmed to be 2542 officially making him the oldest member in the group.
Real Men Wear Pink: Valvatorez wears a pink apron in the end credits when he finally gets to fulfill his promise to the Prinnies by giving them a sardine feast.
More seriously, when Vulcanus is knocked unconscious taking a bullet for him.
Spell My Name with an "S": While NISA has decided on a name, "Val" has gone through many different spellings. note Alternate spellings included Valbatoze, Valbatose, Valbatoz, Valbatos, Varbatose, Barbatos...
Super Toughness: Thanks to his "spirit and fortitude", there are very few things that can actually hurt him. Even less when he was Tyrant.
Stupid Good: He follows his own moral code to the bitter end, but thanks to Fenrich he does not always have to live with the bad consequences of this.
Take Over the World: Promises to several characters in the ending that he will take over the universe in order to help fulfill their goals.
Tsundere: How ironic considering how Fuka views Fenrich's relationship towards him, aye? He's a definite Type B, hamming it up and being friendly towards everyone except towards Vulcanus due to how much she looks like Artina. Of course, it gets comedically worse when he finds out she is Artina, leading to constant denial.
War Is Hell: Due to the circumstances behind his and Artina's meeting and her death, he hates war. He gets unusually mad when Fuka declares war on him.
Willfully Weak: Which gets even more noticeable once you get to play as Tyrant Valvatorez, his past self with full powers. In the Flashback episodes, he's pretty much the "I Win" button because no one can get close to harm him. His stats are extremely high, his aptitudes are better than any other playable character and all of his three evilities are borderline broken.
The Bully: He's rather cruel originally to anyone that is not Valvatorez and seems to enjoy pushing everyone's buttons. He generally enjoys making Axel's life as miserable as possible.
Catch Phrase: "All is for my Lord", "Ahou ka?"note "Are you stupid?", though there is no set catchphrase in the actual dub., "I'll kill you!", "X is one of my Lord Valvatorez's many formidable powers."
The Chessmaster: Fenrich is one devious son of a bitchnote Hey! a pun! He's often pulling off Batman Gambit s on the fly, and often under the nose of his Lord Val. It doesn't always work out since Valvatorez and other characters can sometimes act as a Spanner in the Works, but he comes out on top with his dastardly plans of getting his master back in position as Tyrant more often then not.
Manipulative Bastard: Not only is he good at manipulating events, but emotions and perspectives as well.
Don't Look at Me!: His reaction when he is turned into Axel in regards to Valvatorez.
The Dragon: A textbook example to Valvatorez, as his closest ally, most loyal subordinate, top enforcer, and all-around go-to guy. Subverted only in that he and his boss aren't villains.
Dragon with an Agenda: Played straight, though not maliciously. He has a secret goal in mind, and while it's unclear if Val knows what exactly it is, he's aware of its existence and happy to help Fenrich achieve it.
Expecting Someone Taller: When Minitros hires him to kill Valvatorez in Tyrant Valvatorez mode, the first thing he does is comment that the Moonlight Fang is a bit skinnier than he imagined.
Fur Against Fang: Averted. While he thinks of Valvatorez' belief as worthless, he firmly believes that his master is meant for greater things and is even willing to dirty his hands if it means that Valvatorez will be put into a good position.
Hyper Competent Sidekick: Not that it would be hard to be smarter than Valvatorez, but beyond that he's also able to typically stay a step ahead of the antagonists unless something shows he couldn't possibly have foreseen.
Parenthetical Swearing: Has mastered the art of making "All is for my Lord" and "X is one of my Lord Valvatorez's many formidable powers" mean anything from "Sir, yes sir" to "You are the biggest idiot in the world." Val never catches on, though.
Younger Than They Look: Official age is confirmed to be 2079 yet he looks older than Valvatorez. Then again, Val's more youthful appearance is due to his De-power. Val's original Tyrant form definitely looks older than Fenrich.
A middle-school student who died and was sent to the Netherworld. She was supposed to become a Prinny, but due to a shortage on Prinny suits, she just had a hat and jacket slapped on her instead. She is under the impression that her experience in the Netherworld is All Just a Dream and believes that she should be able to do whatever she wants because of it. Her father was the one who created Desco based on the dying plea of his late wife, who told him to fulfill Fuka's childhood wish: "To have a little sister... with advanced functionality, to help [her] Take Over the World". She was killed by Desco's successor, Des X, out of jealousy and sent to the Netherworld because Ambition Is Evil.
Achievements in Ignorance: Is able to access her full potential instead of the usual human 30% because she thinks the whole thing is a dream.
An Axe to Grind: Her primary weapon specialization. Her starting weapon of a baseball bat is also treated as an ax for gameplay purposes.
Ambition Is Evil: Well, it's at least the sin that sent her into the Netherworld in the first place. At age five, she wanted to Take Over the World. And it's not like she's lost her ambition since then, what with her starting a small war on Valvatorez for the extermination of the Prinnies for the sake of better living conditions, her desire to become the Netherworld President, and her desire to take over Earth when the former falls through.
Badass Normal: Outside of being essentially a Prinny, Fuka is just an Ordinary Middle School Student with no special powers or fighting ability. That doesn't stop her from keeping up with the other characters and defeating Des X, an "improved" version of Desco.
Determinator: Gameplay wise, in the Vita port of Disgaea 3 she has an Evility which instantly revives her upon defeat, with a boost to her ATK stat.
Dude Magnet: Played with. In the Fuka & Desco Mode On the Next segments, Valvatorez, Fenrich, Axel, and Desco are vying for her affection.
Dumbass Has a Point: Fuka is prone to this from time to time, like when she deduced Emizel's father had purposely abandoned him (Something which Fenrich commented on), or when she gave surprisingly detailed info about the bio-suits in Chapter 8.
Failure Is the Only Option: In the special Fuka & Desco Show DLC, her reincarnation will never happen but in her dreams due to the facts that: 1) Since she has been denying the fact that she's a Prinny, she ultimately was recognized as Fuka Kazamatsuri after passing the "hellish" training from Valvatorez; 2) All the money she took from the Mint won't have any effect to pay for her sins since she didn't even gain it as a Prinny; 3) Although she got her Take Over the World moment, the sin in itself is extremely heavy and thus cannot be paid with the "jillion" HL she got in the first place.
In a darker example introduced in the Updated Re-release, her efforts to spare Artina from being killed in the past can't prevent her inevitable demise..
Hey, You!: Referred to as "Lass" by Val and Fenrich.
Hunter Of Her Own Kind: She initially despises the Prinnies and joins the Prinny X-Terminators. Although she eventually realizes that exterminating the Prinnies is wrong, she refuses to believe that she's (supposed to be) a Prinny.
Like a Badass out of Hell: In the Fuka ending, she decides to turn the Netherworld into her own personal Celestia by making it more girly. Her first order of business is making the freshly-defeated Fenrich and Valvatorez her maids.
Little Miss Badass: She's only a middle schooler, but she can easily keep up with the demons of the Netherworld.
Our Ghosts Are Different: Well, something like that. One of the NPCs says that she's a human soul with a Prinny cap on, and everyone mentions that she's dead (to her eternal denial).
Shipper on Deck: For Valvatorez with, well, almost anyone around his physical age. Immediately started shipping him with Vulcanus (Artina) when she first learns about her, but there's a sense that she also supports him with Fenrich. By the end of the Netherbattle Tournament, she sees Krichevskoy as a viable option for Val as well.
Ship Tease: Not to mention her OWN implied interest with Val in her ending and the manga.
Tomboy with a Girly Streak: On one hand she conforms to almost all of the archetypal girly traits in fiction, such as dreaming of a prince charming, loves hot guys in little clothing, loves sweets and desserts, loves to gossip, worries about makeup, likes to dress up, vain about her own appearance, loves sweet/girly/cute things and is a hopeless romantic. On the other hand she is very abrasive and violently good at baseball.
Tsundere: Ironically, she claims to not have met one in real life.
A Cute Monster Girl created to become "the ultimate weapon that would destroy the world". Her official name is Final Weapon: Death/Extermination Submersible Combat Organism. Despite her incredible power and impressive evil laugh (she practised!), she's more like a naive child than anything else. Valvatorez takes her under his wing to teach her how to achieve her ambition of becoming the Final Boss of the game. She was created by Fuka's father to fulfil Fuka's childhood wish of "a little sister... with advanced functionality that will help me Take Over the World". She is killed by Des X out of jealousy and cast down into the Netherworld, where she is sealed deep within Hades.
All Girls Want Bad Boys: More or less develops a crush on Gig during his DLC scene and forces Gig to become her master, though considering she's a final boss in-training, it makes sense that she'd be infatuated with the "Killer of kings and destroyer of worlds!"
Nightmare Fetishist: In the Fuka & Desco Show DLC, she thinks that the hideous monsters are hunks, and is visibly shocked when Fuka denounces them as ugly. And she gets attracted to Gig when he prepares to destroy the Netherworld
The only son of the current Netherworld President. He's the leader of the Abaddon, a special assassination force that works directly for his father, and also holds the position of The Grim Reaper (through nepotism). He's not aware that he's only riding his father's coattails.
A Child Shall Lead Them: He will be appointed to the position of Netherworld President according to the end narration.
Genre Savvy / Wrong Genre Savvy: Very quick to note that whoever organized the Netherbattle Tournament is purposely trying to lure Valvatorez with the bonus prize — a thousand-year supply of sardines. Turns out that he's only half right. Sardines weren't among the prizes. Artina lied to Val about that to get him to participate so she can get the prize money.
The Grim Reaper: And boy is he young. Problem is, he has never taken a soul before.
Emizel does end up taking a soul at the end of the main story: Judge Nemo's soul.
Hey, You!: Throughout the game, Val and Fenrich call him "rascal" or "whelp". If you get his epilogue, however, Val finally calls him by his name, saying that it's inappropriate for him to call a man "rascal"
An angel from Celestia known as "The Angel of Avarice" for her ruthless greed. She claims to have come to the Netherworld to collect on a hefty HL debt, and doesn't care how she gets the money. Her real name is Artina, the human girl to whom Valvatorez promised he would not drink blood. Her death inadvertently triggers the events of the game, from Val's self-imposed Power Limiter to Nemo's Nietzsche Wannabe machinations.
Fearless Fool: This how Val thought of Artina after she showed no fear of him.
And she lives up to this in the Vita port's Time Leap scenario. Giant demon wolves snarling at her? A battlefield filled with soldiers ready to kill anyone who gets in their way? A really powerful and terrifying Tyrant vampire who swatted away said soldiers staring her down? If there are those who need to be tended to, she will completely ignore the danger and run straight in. It's enough to make Fuka, Desco, and Nagi, who constantly have to fend off these dangers, exhausted.
Five-Finger Discount: She claims that she came to return all the money that was unlawfully transferred to the Netherworld from Celestia. She decides to do this by stealing money and valuables in such a manner that she's notorious even amongst demons.
Good Samaritan: She will tend to anyone on the field of battle despite the many dangers that await her.
Guardian Angel: She tried to be this for Nemo, but her words fell on deaf ears.
Incorruptible Pure Pureness: To Valvatorez, Artina possessed the purest of heart, which is why he doubted that she and money-grubbing Vulcanus were the same person. Turns out the money-grubbing was mostly an act.
Name's the Same: Vulcanus is also the name of the former Archangel of Celestia. Despite the implication, she has no relation to him.
No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: Helping Nemo when she was human not only caused her death, but her name would be forever reviled as a blackhearted traitor. Her death is the root cause of much of the plot and current crisis in the game. Valvatorez lost his power which resulted in Hugo becoming president with the Corrupterment deteriorating while Nemo goes off the deep end after her death and starts plotting the destruction of both Earth and the Netherworld.
Only in It for the Money: Has a reputation as the "Angel of Avarice". Is mostly an act, as it was part of a Black Ops mission..
The 61st President of the Netherworld and Emizel's father. Valvatorez launches a campaign to remove him from power after a number of abuses of the Corrupternment come to light, such as the elimination of all Prinnies, imprisonment of "innocent" demons and the dumping of toxic waste from the Human World into the Netherworld. When he is finally confronted, Valvatorez recognises him as Death King Hugo, a rival from his days as the Tyrant. It's later revealed that, faced with the imminent collapse of the Netherworld and general decline of demonic power due to a lack of Fear Energy from the Human World, Hugo was forced into a deal with Nemo where he allowed Nemo to commit atrocities in exchange for a pittance of Fear Energy. Hugo's actions were to hide this Deal with the Devil and the effects of the Fear Energy drought.
Anti-Villain: Somewhere in between type 3 and type 4. Lampshaded in one of Artina's monologues.
Asskicking Equals Authority: In the Netherworld, this is how someone gets the title of President. Eventually loses it after being defeated by Valvatorez.
Corrupt Politician: Subverted, he was trying to protect the Netherworld as best as he could.
Deal with the Devil: With Nemo. Amusingly, the one making the deal is a demon, and the metaphorical devil is a human
De-power: Due to the lack of fear energy. He was much stronger in the past, to the point where he fought a battle with Tyrant Valvatorez for days (and neither of them won - they never got to finish it).
I Have No Son: Ordered the Information Bureau to report his son as dead after Fenrich sends him blackmail footage of Emizel's humiliating defeat.
Kick the Dog: His treatment of Emizel. He fakes Emizel's death to prevent being blackmailed. However, cruel as that was, he does care for his son and faked his death to avoid having Emizel dragged into the mess with Nemo, protecting him in a way.
Knight of Cerebus: Subverted, he's shaped to be this initially but he doesn't manage to darken the plot and isn't evil to be one.
A mysterious human who appears to be working behind the scenes in the Corrupternment. He is actually the spirit of a soldier who suffered during a war on Earth. After the death of Artina, the only person who showed him kindness during those dark times, he began to plot the destruction of everything by working behind the scenes in the Netherworld and on Earth.
My God, What Have I Done?: When Artina finally manages to get through to him, he's ashamed at all of the suffering he's caused (Mainly because he saddened Artina), and decides to condemn both himself and Fear The Great to limbo for eternity.
Omnicidal Maniac: He wants to destroy the Human World for all of the crap and hatred it put him through. Doing this would also wipe out the Demons' source of fear energy, and the Angels' faith energy, dooming them as well.
That Man Is Dead: Refuses to give his name because "it was useless to me while I was being reborn."
Throw the Dog a Bone: Sure, becoming a Prinny may not seem like a form of mercy especially since he'll be a Prinny for a very long time due to all the sins he committed, but considering all he went through and that he was about to sacrifice his own soul, it definitely comes off as uplifting.
Villain Override: Sort of. In the last chapter he's used as the host of Fear the Great, a program made by God to destroy any planet that had too much malice. In the final battle it overtakes him completely.
Xanatos Speed Chess: Even when you think you've taken apart one of his plans, you find out he has yet another. Particularly in episode 10 when every time the party attempts to stop the moon's destruction, he's got one more plan behind it, whether it's blowing up the moon, creating a black hole, or sending it on a collision course towards Earth.
An artificial demon created by Fuka's father. She is an advanced version of Desco, described as the "true final boss". She was responsible for killing both Fuka and Desco. After the events of the main game, Genjuro makes a few modifications to Des X to instead make her Earth's Guardian. To reflect this, her name is changed to Earth X.
Meaningful Rename: She goes from being the final boss created to destroy the world to being Earth's final line of defense, thus why she's now "Earth X". Ironically, she's the final boss of the Fuka & Desco mode.
And yet also subverted. Looking closely reveals that some of her sprites have different facial expressions. It's not much of a difference, mind you, but it's there.
Took a Level in Kindness: As Earth X. Though you still end up fighting her in Fuka & Desco Mode, she now calls Fuka "Big Sis" and congratulates Desco upon her defeat. She even acts less cold and more Hot-Blooded.
YandereA father-daughter version. Des X loves Fuka's father but despises Fuka and Desco, both of whom she killed.
Voiced by: Tomoyuki Terai (JP)
Fuka's father. From what she says about him, he's always working and never visits her. He turns out to be a researcher from the human world that is funded by Nemo, and he's also the creator of Desco. It's ultimately revealed that his research was to fulfill his late wife's last request, which was to fulfill the wishes of Fuka. Those wishes were having a little sister and taking over the world - not that she remembers.
Married to the Job: With a twist - it's revealed he was doing everything for his daughter.
Truly Single Parent: Since he couldn't properly father the little sister Fuka always wanted with his wife dead, he just decided to make one instead. It also gave him the opportunity to put in all that "advanced functionality" that Fuka always wanted.
A new character introduced in the Updated Re-release. A mechanic trying to end a war, said war being the war held 400 years ago in which Tyrant Valvatorez and Artina met. She calls upon Fuka and Desco (perhaps by accident) to help her in her mission.
Cute Clumsy Girl: It's only implied by her to be a clumsy mechanologist. The bandage on her forehead proves it.
Earn Your Happy Ending: Though Nagi, Fuka, and Desco all fail to prevent Artina's death anyway and causes great discomfort in her, the clock activates by itself and pulls Nagi back to the present 400 years in the future, where she tearfully reunites with Artina and Valvatorez and decides to stay with the team.
Friendless Background: The war didn't let her make any friends. Coupled with her dead family, she starts to understand by Artina that she's not so alone anymore, which comes to stick with her in the ending of her scenario.
Forehead of Doom: Fuka and Desco speculate that she's keeping a sealed power under her bandage. Unfortunately, it's only there because Nagi hit her forehead by slipping on a screw.
Violence Is the Only Option: She desperately tries to stop the war by hurting and killing soldiers. When confronted about it, she strongly denies why she feels this way. Until the party learns her parents and big sister were all killed because of the war, which drove Nagi to deep end.