The denizens of Judoh. A man should beware of spoilers.Daisuke Aurora
- All-Loving Hero: Shows some signs of being this, since he seems to bear no grudges or ill will for anyone but those who do harm to the innocent.
- Anti-Hero: Type II: Has heroic qualities (desire for justice) and not-so-heroic ones (laziness)
Kyoko MilchanBomaJShun AuroraAntonia BellucciMonica GabrielGiovanni GalloIan NaruseMitchal RubensteinKen EdmundoLorenzo Leonelli
- Affably Evil: He's become this by the end of the series.
- Angst Coma
- Badass Bookworm: Is apparently an accomplished computer hacker, among other things.
- Berserk Button Woe be to you if Clair thinks you're being someone/something you're not! There's some Irony there, as he carries more angst than he lets on
- Also, mentioning his father.
- Big Bad Wannabe: Seems to be obsessed with looking like an all-powerful crime boss, but fails at actually being one.
- Camp Straight: In the manga, at least, where there is a woman in his life. In the anime he has no such thing, so it's more ambiguous.
- Character Development: Comes of age over the course of the story.
- Contemplate Our Navels
- Daddy Issues He is crazy because of his abusive father
- Death by Childbirth: This is what happened to his mother, assuming Lorenzo wasn't lying. Which resulted in a Lonely Rich Kid being introduced to Giovanni.
- Dissonant Serenity: Does this on a number of occasions.
- Distress Ball A Corrupt Politician takes over The Mafia, forcing Clair to escape from it and go into the aforementioned Angst Coma. Then, it turns out they need his left eye to unlock a money-filled safe protected by a retinal-scan device.
- Driven to Madness: By his own father.
- Dual Wielding: Does this in the last episodes. (Once, even with a pair of sub-machine guns a la Master Chief!)
- Effeminate Misogynistic Guy: He runs the only organization in the series to contain absolutely no women (unless the girls who work in the casino count) and he once disparages Daisuke for having to be rescued by Kyoko because she was a woman
- Although that particular remark may have been sarcasm.
- Evil Laugh Overlaps with Laughing Mad, too.
- Eye Scream His left eye is needed to open a safe protected by a retinal scanner. He's rescued by Daisuke, who needs to keep him safe in order to (hopefully) obtain some information from him when he comes out of the Angst Coma.
- Good Eyes, Evil Eyes: Has "the eyes of a wild beast," according to one of the other mob leaders in Company Vita.
- Hates Everyone Equally Well, almost everyone...
- Hair-Trigger Temper
- Heel-Face Turn
- Hellbent For Leather
- Ill Boy It's mostly mental, but seems to take a toll on him physically, too.
- Ironic Name: He's the leader of Judoh's criminal underworld and his father once announced his plans to make him a "lord of darkness" yet his name is a French word meaning "light," "bright," or "clear."
- Meaningful Name: However, as the series goes on, his name becomes more appropriate, as he ends up being a guiding light for most of Judoh in the final battle. Giovanni is the first to lampshade this idea ("Show Judoh that you can shine, Clair").
- Just a Kid Because he's only 19, the other higher-ups in the various Mafia factions don't think he'll be a good leader.
- Kick the Dog Most of his Evil plans have little to do with the central plot. It's revealed later that he isn't the Big Bad, Daisuke's brother is.
- Lean and Mean
- Likes Older Women (manga version only) Has a girlfriend or "friend with benefits" (it's never explained which, though this troper would guess the latter) who is in her mid-to-late-20's, and he's 19.
- The Mafia
- Moral Myopia
- Mr. Fanservice
- Pants-Positive Safety
- Psychopathic Manchild
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech He tends to give a lot of these, and gets one from Daisuke.
- Red Baron: Vampire refers, here, not to undead bloodsucking creatures, but to the leader of the Mafia in Judoh.
- Rich Bastard
- Self-Made Orphan: A Flashback shows he killed his father (note the perspective). Whether he was fully cognizant of it at the time (and how he got away with it) is not known.
- Smug Snake
- Took a Level in Badass
- "Well Done, Son!" Guy
Voiced by: Shukatsu Shibata (JP)SenseiRumieKia FreebornMaskmakerHimeMarius Aurora
:Serge EchigoCynthia, Janis, and VivianChristina Gabriel
- Brainless Beauty
- Broken Bird: It's implied that many of her current problems (drinking, poverty) are because her boyfriend (Monica's father) left her.
- Children Raise You: Because of her drinking and generally irresponsible behavior, she cannot take care of herself. It's Monica that brings home the bacon and cooks it.
- Fiery Redhead
- Generation Xerox: We know where Monica gets her looks, and Christina lampshades it.
- Hard-Drinking Party Girl
- Horrible Judge of Character
- Love Makes You Stupid: Gets involved with a man who wants nothing more than to take her out of Judoh to either be killed or used as a Sex Slave, and doesn't realize it until it's too late.
- Mama Bear: At times, such as when Daisuke tries to adopt Monica.
- Missing Mom: Is prepared to leave Judoh with her new boyfriend, with or without her daughter
- Na´ve Everygirl: Despite being an adult and having a child, she still has shades of this trope.
- Omniscient Morality License: Takes one anyway (see above), believing that Monica will join up with her later on and accept Christina's boyfriend as her father.
- Second Love: Eventually begins a relationship with Edmundo
- Stripperiffic: Is seen walking around in public wearing booty shorts on a date, and usually wears a slinky nightie.
- Teen Pregnancy: Is 26, and Monica is 10
Voiced by: Hikaru Miyata (JP), Abe Lasser (EN)