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This is character sheet for the characters that appear in Kubera.
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Kubera Leez/Leez Haias
The heroine of the story, the "Human with the God's Name" that the sura are searching for. She's a bit empty-headed, but good-natured and friendly. However, her overriding goal is to exact revenge on the sura who destroyed her village.
Attack Reflector: The Golden Knight lets her reflect transcendental attacks back at their user, although it costs her vigor proportional to the power of the attack.
Auto-Revive: One of the powers she gets from the Golden Knight, though it drains all her vigor when it goes off.
Badass on Paper: She's incredibly strong, is in possession of two insanely powerful magical artifacts, and has even learned physical augmentation magic, but is still consistently overmatched by all the godlike beings in the story, and is also suppressing herself quite a lot emotionally.
Big Eater: Food is never far from Leez's mind. In fact, it's often the first thing she thinks of in new places: eating the local specialties (in copious amounts).
Big Sister Instinct: To Yuta, even though he is older and stronger than her but she doesn't know about that.
Book Dumb: Was never able to go to school because of her name.
Butter Face: Although she's drawn much the same as everyone else, it's made clear by everyone's reactions that she's actually kinda ugly. Every once in a while she's drawn "realistically," and turns into a gonk. On the other hand, it's made clear that when she's a few years older...
The Chew Toy: A rather sad example. Everything she's known and loved has been destroyed, and her primary protector, Asha, doesn't show the least bit of respect for her. She knows at some level that Asha is not trustworthy, but she's so desperate to avoid being abandoned that she keeps playing the ditz act and suffers whatever criticism comes her way.
Cute Bruiser: She packs a very surprising wallop, even though she's not the smallest girl you'll meet. Just ask the two gods she surprised when she hit out at them in passing, as it actually hurt.
Disappeared Dad/Missing Mom: We still don't know the full story behind it. She, however, thinks they're dead, even if she hoped beyond hope that her father might have been alive somewhere for ages.
Doesnt Know Her Own Strength: Played with. She doesn't know the full extent of what she can do, as she's still learning and has been kept very much in the dark. But, she knows she can cause havoc if she's not careful, so panics if she accidentally lets loose without thinking. This is often played for humour... but, not always. God Kubera notes that she could accidentally kill a human in one hit if she wasn't careful. Fortunately, she eventually gets a Power Limiter.
Doomed Hometown: This is what kicks her whole journey off. But, it might have been more like a fake town to begin with.
Fantastic Racism: She is okay with most sura, unless you're a Rakshasa, and especially a Garuda like the one that attacked her village.
Future Badass: If the various Insights of either "Mister", Agni or Taraka are anything to go by.
Generic Cuteness: Explicitly invoked. The author includes an out-of-character note from their Author Avatar that the usual cute-ish image we see of Leez is just the author self-indulgently making her lead character look more beautiful than she really is, and that she's actually somewhat ugly. ('Butterface' is the specific term used.)
Genki Girl: She's very cheerful, energetic, will share her fleeting impressions on most things to anybody in earshot, is quick to hug and is quite loud and appreciative. But: see below.
Grand Theft Me: by someone who "wishes her happiness, more than anyone else in the world."
Hidden Depths: Very much so. And, so hidden, she has no idea how deep they go. At the very least, it's obvious she's playing up the ditz act both to suppress her own inner suffering and out of an intense fear of abandonment, and she's aware of much more than she's letting on. Even to herself.
Idiot Hero: She's more ignorant than idiotic, having flashes of brilliance when she's allowed enough information to work with and time to think.
Masquerade: Her whole life is basically this. She goes by the name "Leez Haias", but her actual name is Kubera Leez, and she daren't tell anybody this. And, her early life may have been entirely a sham on a number of levels.
A jaw-droppingly powerful mage, quite likely the most powerful one on the planet (though she's ranked 5th since she wasn't allowed to take the last part of the test). She found Leez shortly after her village was destroyed, and took her under her wing once she heard her name. She also wants revenge, presumably on the sura, for some unspecified reason.
The Ace: What everybody in Willarv sees her as. With cause. She even has fans.
Broken Ace: What she sees herself as... with more cause. She was broken before she reached Acehood. In fact, it caused her to work hard to gain it.
Almighty Janitor: Her magician ranking is quite high, but she is much more powerful than her rank would imply.
An Arm and a Leg: She's very strongly implied to be missing her right arm, but she wears big bulky clothing to hide it.
Badass: Very, very much so. She's supposed to be a really powerful Squishy Wizard. But, she's actually more like a Kung-Fu Wizard. She just hides the physical side of what she can do most of the time.
Bifauxnen: To the point that most people get pulled up short when they realise she's actually wearing a skirt. Which she actually does to point out that she's a she.
Can Not Spit It Out: Some of this is intentional, but she is also physically unable to speak about certain things.
Dangerous Forbidden Technique: She can invoke Hoti Vishnu to revert people or objects to an earlier state, but every time she does so, it eats away at her own existence a little bit more.
Mysterious Backer: For Leez. So far, Asha has been firmly on Leez's side, but she can be very abusive and it's clear she still has her own agenda going that may or may not be in Leez's best interest. A good example comes when Leez needed to pass the transcendental test to draw the Sword of Re. Asha used magic to cut off her head. Though she knew Leez would immediately regenerate thanks to her god-level bracelet, the fact she showed no hesitation and then lied to Leez about it is more than a little creepy.
Mysterious Past: Her dealings with Rao, Visnu, and Kubera, and her experiences on Carte are still unclear.
Power at a Price: We don't know exactly what price she has paid for everything, but it's implied she's sacrificed a lot.
Rank Inflation: Despite getting the best scores in history on her magic exams, she wasn't allowed to take the last test (compatibility with a barrier stone) because she doesn't have a triple attribute, meaning it would be very dangerous. Normally, the highest rank for someone who can't take that exam is A+, with AA being the rank above it. Her examiner invented the A++ rank on the spot as a mark of her achievement. During the siege on Atera, she proves that she can use a barrier stone anyway (by changing the attribute of the barrier to match her attributes, something assumed to be impossible). The arc is named "AAA," implying that is the rank she deserves.
Take a Third Option: Pulls this frequently, like when she changes the attributes of the barrier in Atera.
The Stoic: When you see any emotion on her face, you know it's something big.
World's Strongest Man: She's ranked fifth most powerful mage in the world, but that's just because she wasn't allowed to take the last test. All four of her "superiors" are well aware she is much, much better than them. One of them is even the president of her fanclub.
A Quarter who joined the party to help navigate the Water Channel, he stuck around longer than expected. He's surprisingly strong, even able to match Asha in many ways, but consistently fails the university exit exams because he is hopeless with magic calculations. Luckily for him, he doesn't need calculations for magic.
Book Dumb: His ability to use magic without requiring calculations has caused him to neglect some of his studies, though some of this just comes from comparison to Asha's Charles Atlas Superpower levels of magical knowledge.
Hidden Depths: Is currently ranked BB, but has the potential to be AA when he graduates.
Lonely Rich Kid: Especially after Lutz left and Hana tried to kill him during the Cataclysm.
Locked Out of the Loop: He consistently knows less of what's really going on than the rest of the main cast (except, possibly, Leez), though it's getting a bit better; initially he knew next to nothing about Asha (not even her gender), thought Yuta was human, and thought Leez was an ordinary girl. Even now, while both Leez and Yuta seem to have at least a general understanding that something bigger is going on, he's completely ignorant.
Mayfly-December Romance: What he is afraid will happen between him an Rana. She's pure human, but he's a Quarter, so he ages at half normal rate. His own mother gave him a rather heartless lesson on the subject, since she was already going through the same thing with his father.
Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Really afraid of Halfs, thanks to his childhood's trauma when his mother was driven insane by her sura blood and tried to kill him.
A Half-Garuda-Half-Chaos Rakshasa.
Beware the Nice Ones: He is a perfectly nice and gentle young boy...until he gets hungry and/or angry. He's fond of torturing and killing his prey slowly (usually by eating them alive and forcing the others to watch) and taunting his enemies about it.
Friend or Idol Decision: Yuta realizes he will have to choose between his brother and Leez when he finds out that the latter wants to kill the former for destroying her village. He chooses Leez... at least for now, although he still hasn't told her the Sura she's hunting is his brother.
Plot-Relevant Age-Up: As standard for sura. To his intense annoyance, he's been stuck in 2nd stage for a couple hundred years. He finally advanced into 3rd stage to prevent Maruna from killing Leez.
Power Limiter: Part of the reason he's so powerful is because his eyes nullify any magic or transcendentals in his range of vision; even in his second stage, he says he would have no trouble defeating a fourth-stage Raksaka if they were transcendental-focused.
Really 700 Years Old: As a Sura, he doesn't age the way humans do, and has lived for hundreds of years, although his emotional age reflects his physical age.
Sdrawkcab Name: His alias is "Yuta", which is taken from the name given to him by his Garuda family ( Jatayu). Considering that the person who gave him the alias (Leez) had no way of knowing his real name, he was pretty surprised.
Disappeared Dad: Not by his own choice; he was trapped away from his family when the cataclysm occurred, and never made it home.
Posthumous Character: At least as far as anyone knows, although they Never Found the Body, and there is at least one report of him after his supposed death. Unfortunately that report is supposedly his actual death.
OOC Is Serious Business: The only time he was ever reported to be seen crying was shortly before his disappearance. He wanted to be able to hold his child at least once.
The current Priestess of Fire, who summoned the fire god Agni when she was a child.
Barrier Maiden: Not really. Other people thought she was the one who responsible for the barrier, but it was Agni who actually did the job for her while she maintained his existence in the human realm.
The previous Priestess of Fire and Brilith's mother.
Stepford Smiler: Her daughter draws inspiration from the way she used to smile at the crowds.
See God Realm for more information.
A high-ranking member of the Atera mage class, who is also a shameless fangirl for Asha.
Action Girl: Her Asvins-Asvins-Kubera attributes mean that she's primarily focused on self-buffing; she fights by boosting her own strength and regeneration with hoti asvins hoti kubera, flies into close range with bhavati kubera, then gets into brawls with enemies while sealing their own magic using bhavati asvins.
Badass: She's capable of taking on two 4th stage Rakshasa in close combat and coming out of it fine; it's implied she could have even killed one of them one-on-one.
Fangirl: To Asha Rahiro; partially this seems to be because Airi feels that any magician (like herself) who lacks a triple attribute gets a lower rank regardless of their strength. Given that Airi herself can take on 4th stage Rakshasa in close combat, she may have a point.
The Trickster: Lures Cloche away from the city during the attack on Atera.
The current Priestess of Chaos, and in fact the only Chaos candidate in the city, as well as the head of the Kalibloom fighter's guild.
Action Mom: Considering she's a badass with a sword and she's Elwin's mom, she definitely qualifies. She can even take on human-form rakshasa and hold her ground solely on her skill as a fighter.
Badass: She gained an A+ magician's license (the second-highest one possible, excluding Asha's unique A++ rank) despite being totally unable to use magic — using nothing but brute strength and skill with a sword.
Loophole Abuse: She gained an A+ magician's license, despite being unable to use magic, because there ain't no rule that says you have to use magic on the tests — she overcame the tests that are meant to be solved with magic using brute strength.
Teo's adoptive daughter, and one of the few Halfs capable of hearing sura speech.
Blinding Bangs: We don't see her eyes at all in her first few appearances, so she looks like a cute little girl with bunny ears and too-lon
Happily Adopted: Elwin's adopted mom Teo genuinely cares for her and is heartsick with worry when she hears that Elwin has been kidnapped.
Older Than They Look: She's not as old as her adoptive mother, but she still looks far younger than her twenty-seven years.
Blinding Bangs: We don't see her eyes at all in her first few appearances, so she looks like a cute little girl with bunny ears and too-long bangs. Her eyes are actually really freaky red and due to her Yaksha Half nature.
The current Priest of Death and Airi's older brother
Ambiguously Evil: Although he justifies his actions by claiming that he serves The Needs of the Many, some of what he's done (like 'coincidentally' ensuring the defenses on God Kubera's artifacts were down right before Sura attacked to steal them) makes it unclear what side he's really on. The fact that he's introduced by nearly killing Leez in an attempt to win an argument with Asha doesn't help.
The Needs of the Many: He is willing to ignore Asha's murders because he believes humanity needs her on their side, and is even willing to go so far as to suggest offering Leez as a 'sacrifice' to Yuta, allowing him to savage her repeatedly because the Golden Knight will simply heal her and because, again, humanity needs Yuta on its side. However, it's unclear whether he's being entirely honest about his actual goals...
Obfuscating Stupidity: He acts like a goofy layabout, but he actually has a much better idea of what's really going on than almost anyone else, and most of his actions have a deeper purpose behind them. For example, his 'lazing about' in Kalibloom was (according to him) actually because he was frantically trying to get Yuta to stay on humanity's side.
The only dragon Half on the planet, and strong enough to fight multiple higher-level sura on his own. Famous across the world.
Badass: As a 132 years-old dragon Half, he has the power of a 5th stage Rakshasa.
Papa Wolf/Parental Neglect: He jumps between the two as the result of his dragon side. When he wears the earrings, he is a caring, cheerful dad. But when he takes them off, he becomes cold-blooded and extremely neglectful of his daughter. That said, there are signs that he does care for her even in that state.
The top-ranked magician on Willarv, as well as the Priest of Light and president of the Eloth Magic Guild. He demanded Asha's death constantly throughout her trial for 29 cases of homicide by magical accident, and argued fiercely (but unsuccessfully) for the passage of a Stolen Goods Law, which would have forced people to return stolen magical artifacts.
Bishōnen: He once won a beauty contest with no makeup while in his street clothes, and as a Quarter, he ages slowly, giving him a young pretty-boy appearance.
Dude Looks Like a Lady: He looks so feminine that his fiancee pushed him to enter a beauty contest, which he won with no makeup while in his street clothes.
Establishing Character Moment: The first time he officially appears, he receives a report of Sura attacking a town several hundred miles away... which detects and blasts into oblivion without leaving his seat at the Mage's guild.
His second chapter has him breaking into tears at the realization that one of the other magicians is complicit in Asha's murders, establishing both his sense of justice and his sensitive nature.
Knight Templar: He is something of a deconstruction of the trope; he's intensely devoted to justice and the rule of law (determined to bring Asha to justice even though humanity may need her strength; and supporting a Stolen Goods Law even though it would mostly be used against magicians like him), but at the same time, his soft-spoken personality is the polar opposite of what you'd expect in a crusader for justice, and the narrative goes out of its way to show that he may have a point, emphasizing the horrible nature of the crimes that other magicians like Claude are willing to shrug off for the greater good.
Light 'em Up: As the Priest of Light, he naturally has a triple Light attribute and attacks by blasting things with massive columns of light.
World's Strongest Man: Officially, he is the most powerful magician on Willarv, although Asha may actually be more powerful.
Sura and Sura Clans
The enemies of the gods and by extension humankind. They are ageless monsters that develop in stages and possess many powerful and dangerous abilities.
Alien Blood: Some sura have normal red blood, but others bleed purple or black (like the Taraka clan).
Animalistic Abomination: The lesser sura may actually fit this trope better by virtue of looking rather similar to various members of the animal kingdoms (and dragons). The exception to the rule appears to be the Taraka clan, which definitely is on the more eldritch side of things aesthetics-wise.
Anti-Magic/Power Nullifier: The Taraka can seal off all mortal magic and the vast majority of sura magic with their open eyes.
Authority Equals Asskicking/Asskicking Equals Authority: How the sura run their clans. If a King dies, the strongest sura (a Nastika) will succeed him/her. Subverted with, Sagara since she's not the strongest Nastika, but she has backup from one, so no one else dare to go against her.
The Dreaded: The Taraka clan. Their ability to cancel magic and their habit of eating all other sura made the other clans terrified of them.
Not exactly terrified. They're physically weak though getting stronger now that their King has developed so in one flashback, the other sura mainly seem annoyed at having to deal with a lot of pests. However, their zerg rush tendencies and the fact that Nastika transformations into sura form are considered transcendentals (therefore, sealed by the Chaos eyes and handicapping the strongest fighters of any clan) makes them dangerous when they get serious.
Eldritch Abomination: The Kings in particular. They are immortal and powerful beings who have existed since the start of this universe that can kill even Gods. Gandharva, even at his smallest size, is as big as a mountain.
The Nastikas can change their gender at will (the male form usually stronger than female). And a Rakshsa's gender is determined by the time each parent (if they are both Nastika) has spent as each gender, which means there are more males than females.
The Vritra's clan Nastika used to have both males and females, but after the deal with Visnu, they all changed to male and lost their gender bender ability.
Little Bit Beastly: Even in human form, every sura has a few non-human traits. Some have fur on their arms and legs, others have fangs or Unusual Ears like bird wings, fish fins, animals ears, and so on.
Oedipus Complex/Daddy's Girl: The relationship of a sura with his/her father. A male sura will usually compete with his father for his mother's affection, and the father can even kill the son for that. In contrast, a female Sura is usually loved and spoiled by her father, even more if she resembles her mother.
Power at a Price/Equivalent Exchange: At the beginning of the universe, the Vritra made a deal with Vishnu. Because the dragons had such powerful breath weapons, they couldn't have children and would die if they tried. Vishnu fixed this for them, but at a price: All the dragons had to become male permanently, and any Half that lives past a hundred years would have the power of a 5th stage Rakshasa. The catch here is that along with losing their gender-bender ability, the dragons also lost their emotions and thus no longer had much interest in expanding their dominance, preferring to sleep in their nests. Even worse is that the mothers of Halfs would have to loose eightyyears of their life to give birth, which deceases the dragons' desire to have children even more.
The Stoic: The Vritra had their emotions muted as part of the deal to perpetuate their clan. They can still feel some emotions, especially the strongest ones from before the change.
First King of Ananta clan. Was said to be the strongest Nastika.
Posthumous Character: He was killed by God Kubera, which seems to have indirectly kickstarted the plot.
Reasonable Authority Figure: Basically everyone agrees that he was the best Nastika, not just in terms of strength but leadership and character. When Taksaka was rampaging through his clan, Ananta (who was strong enough to defeat even Taksaka) instead figured out a way to calm him down without killing him, since the Dragon clan couldn't reproduce and he didn't want to reduce their numbers any further.
World's Strongest Man: Even long after his death, the current strongest man in the world, Vritra, is still only known as the "strongest being in a world without Ananta."
Alpha Bitch: She is power-hungry, vain, ruthless and cruel. This is actually why Manasvin loved her; unlike other people, she was actually honest with herself, rather than hiding under claims of good intentions.
Foil: To Brilith, who was likewise thrust into a leadership role far beyond her abilities, but who, unlike her, has managed to become a beloved leader thanks to Agni. Needless to say, this infuriates Sagara.
God Save Us from the Queen!: She's generally spiteful, jealous, and willing to cause large amounts of suffering to those around her to attain her goals... though as she points out, she's Not So Different from Gandharva.
Hero Killer: A surprisingly unlucky example given that she successfully killed Brilith and Teo only for them to be brought back to life in each separate case.
Jerkass Has a Point: When she says that she's Not So Different from Gandharva, she has a point; both of them are terrible leaders who are sacrificing the interests of their entire clan for incredibly selfish reasons.
Also, she condemns Agni for killing the God of Death purely to bring a mortal he loved back to life. While the story is romantic and all, when you think about it, she has a point; it was a pretty selfish thing to do.
Really Gets Around: Apparently, she had a lot of lovers and enough children that she can't remember all of them.
Smug Snake: She's really not as clever as she thinks she is, and most of the rest of the Ananta Nastika consider her a disaster of a King.
Vain Sorceress: She loved her appearance so much that she actually spared a human because he called her beautiful, and preferred to stay in her female form even though it was weaker than the male.
Although it's likely that she did so in order to stay close to the center of power in her clan, as the sura go by Asskicking Equals Authority and the three strongest Nastika were all male. Which did work, since through Manasvin she was the wife of a King, and in the present day Vatsuki backs her as king. Not to mention that her flashbacks seem to indicate she might have truly loved their first king, Ananta, rather than simply desiring a position of power. But it doesn't seem like he ever noticed her.
A former lover of Sagara's, and the expected next in line when the previous King died.
Gender Bender: Changed into female form to avoid being the king as fem!Vasuki is weaker than male!Manasvin.
I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: He chose to be female so Sagara could continue to be with Manasvin while having the power she wanted. Once Manasvin died, he backed her up so she could become king of the clan.
Morality Pet: Deliberately took on this role for Taksaka in the backstory — although he was more like The Lancer than a traditional morality pet, he was the only one who could keep Taksaka's anger in check.
Sagara's greatest supporter, not to mention one of the most powerful Ananta Raksaka.
An Asura on loan to the Ananta Clan to cement their alliance. His (or her; he has no actual gender) traitorous nature and self-resurrection ability mean the others let him get killed far more than he would like.
An Adventurer Is You: He's the Tank, of course; unusual for a tank, his human form is slender and unassuming, and his Sura form is far smaller than most, but he makes up for it with regeneration that makes him almost impossible to kill and transcendentals to redirect magical attacks to himself.
Auto-Revive: He comes back to life automatically when killed — up to twelve times a day.
The Friend Nobody Likes: Nobody in the Sura alliance likes him, since he spends all his time needling them and is one of their natural enemies besides.
Good Thing You Can Heal: Invoked; his two main powers are the ability to regenerate from almost anything (including, up to twelve time a day, death) and the ability to redirect attacks to himself. Needless to say, he gets blown up a lot while tanking for everyone else, and is frequently shown dying instantly (sometimes multiple times) to underline how powerful a particular attack is.
Healing Factor: In addition to his ridiculous regeneration, Hura's unique transcendental allows him to come back from the dead up to twelve times in rapid succession, making him almost impossible to kill.
No Biological Sex: Although others use male pronouns for him, he (like half of the members of the Asura clan) is physically sexless; it's unclear whether he identifies as male or whether members of other clans refer to him as that purely for convenience.
Obfuscating Stupidity: Although he seems like a goofball and a layabout, his effectiveness at needling the others make it clear that he's smarter than he lets on.
Troll: Hura delights in needling the people around him; this actually suits his abilities well, in that he's mostly ineffectual offensively but is incredibly good at trolling opponents into wasting their time attacking his nearly-invulnerable regenerating body.
Fantastic Racism: He looks down on humans, but will treat Halfs better than them.
Noble Demon: As long as he's dealing with Halves or other Sura, at least. He went out of his way to keep Kasak's daughter safe while fighting him (even when Kasak didn't seem to care), and tried to treat Elwin well despite holding her as a hostage.
The Stoic: The only real emotion he ever shows is anger, and even then, he usually keeps it restrained. When they fight, even Kasak (a member of a race whose 'hat' is emotionlessness) comes off as more emotional than him.
Our Dragons Are Different: They are Sura and share most Sura abilities and attributes, including shapeshifting; in dragon form, they appear somewhere midway between Eastern and Western dragons.
One-Gender Race: At the beginning of the universe, other races feared the power of the dragon's breath, so the primeval gods agreed to turn the dragons into this to keep them from breeding.
Actually, it's a bit more complicated than that. The power of the dragon's breath was balanced out by the unexplained but highly consistent deaths of any two dragons that fell in love. Due to that, the dragon clan was dying out very, very quickly at the beginning of the universe. Since the Primeval Gods didn't want the clan to go extinct, they agreed to fiddle with the laws of reality a bit. In exchange for dragon Halves having the full power of rakshasa, the clan all lost their female forms and became almost entirely emotionless.
The Stoic: In addition to being made a single-gender race, dragons were stripped of most of their emotions so they wouldn't reproduce. Some of them kept one emotion very strongly, though, like Taksaka's anger or Vritra's obsession with fighting Taksaka.
First and current king of the clan. Also the strongest being in the universe after Ananta's death.
Always Someone Better: Ananta is this to him. Even now that Ananta is dead, Vritra's title is only "strongest in the world without Ananta."
Willfully Weak: Even though he is the strongest person in the world, he was even stronger in his female form; he gave it up (agreeing for all dragons to be made male when it was necessary for them to become a One-Gender Race) because most other dragons are stronger in their male forms, so it was better that way for the clan as a whole.
Unstoppable Rage: Constantly and with almost no need for provocation. His only emotion is anger.
World's Strongest Man: Funnily enough, The Finite side story actually says Taksaka is now the strongest being in the universe because Vritra has been somehow weakened. Taksaka has enough power that he can threaten Vishnu, one of the Primeval Gods, and make the god of resurrection afraid.
At the beginning of the universe, Utpala was female and lovers with Taksaka; she protested the strongest at the demand that all the dragons become male, and retained more emotions than most afterwards, though her strongest emotion is envy, leading to constant conflict with anyone else who Taksaka gets close to. She's a major character in The Finite, but is dead in the main timeline.
Green-Eyed Monster: Her driving emotion; she is bitterly envious of anyone else who gets close to Taksaka. Or not. In reality, she managed to get over her envy generations ago when she realized she had sired a half-dragon.
Incompatible Orientation: In addition to suffering from being forced to become permanently male, she found that Taksaka no longer loved her in that form.
I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: Contrary to the envy we're initially led to believe, seeing Taksaka with Ian actually makes her happy, since Ian is her granddaughter; and she ultimately chooses to die without revealing the truth of the attack on Ian's village to Taksaka, in order to protect him from the person who is really responsible.
Taking the Heat: She allows Taksaka to believe that she was responsible for destroying Ian Rajof's village, and lets him kill her so she can die with the knowledge of who is actually responsible, because if she found out who really did it he would seek revenge on them and she believes he'd get killed in the process.
Transsexual: Played for drama. She was forced to take a male form forever, against her will, near the start of the universe, and this is at the root of much of her bitterness towards the gods and the rest of her clan.
Walking Spoiler: Her actions, backstory, and motivations in The Finite are key to the story.
Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: Her backstory gives her a lot of reasons to act the way she does; she was forcibly assigned to the wrong gender when the Dragon clan was made a One-Gender Race, her beloved had his emotions stripped away and later rejected her, and she eventually dies, hated by him, after letting him believe she was responsible for destroying Ian's village. Only Ian knows the truth, and Utpala specifically asks her to never tell anyone. Worse, by the time of The Finite, she's not actually causing trouble anymore and hasn't for generations; but nobody will ever know.
See God Realm for more information.
Yuta's mother and the 2nd king of the clan.
Combat Tentacles: Her true form is a monstrous-looking, vaguely-female black outline descending into countless tentacles.
Healing Factor: She can regenerate indefinitely even after death, although she loses her memories in the process. Combine this with her Anti-Magic, and she is an extremely dangerous opponent.
My Beloved Smother: She wanted to groom Yuta into the image of a king, and a king by the twisted standards of the Chaos Clan at that. She constantly insisted that he shouldn't have friends or stay in his human form. She also claimed that he should view everyone and everything as food, and those who taught him otherwise (like Shuri) would just weaken him. She even followed him into the human realm to take him back home.
Power Limiter: Her eyes can temporarily seal the transcendentals and magic of anyone within her range of vision; and she is able to permanently (or at least, for as long as she lives) seal the transcendentals of even a Nastika.
Suicide by Cop: It's heavily implied that she committed suicide by attacking Kasak in order to forget the fact that she was a fake.
Weak, but Skilled: She is weaker than a Rakshasa, but her other abilities make up for it.
Goddess of Creation, known for being extremely neutral on the subject of fighting the sura.
The God of Preservation, he is most known for his ability to see the future. He was also largely friendly to everyone and everything he met. He set up the barrier system for the cities to keep the sura out, but bound it to individual humans to give them a chance to break the barriers and attack.
The Chessmaster: It certainly helps your cause when you can see all potential outcomes.
The Goddess of Chaos, considered mad by the rest, and for good reason.
Missing Mom: To Yuta. At least she left him a simalucrum to act as his mother in her stead, who is...completely...crazy...okay, maybe not a good thing. Yuta even says she knew he would be miserable. Seems like she did it on purpose in order to shape her son.
Gods of Nature
The God of Earth, and the god whose name Leez bears; his domains also encompass gravity, wealth, and strength.
The Atoner: His current motivation seems to be to atone for his killing of Ananta, although he is clearly increasingly conflicted.
Manipulative Bastard: He is behind the sura searching for Leez...as well as the one who gave her his name in the first place.
My Greatest Failure: It's implied that he deeply regrets his killing of Ananta; he specifically warns Leez not to repeat his mistakes, and to stand by those who give her their trust.
The Nameless: It's implied he literally gave his name to Leez. He told her father to name his child Kubera, and from then on refused to use it for himself. He tells Leez that she can only call him 'mister', and even then, only if she doesn't attach any particular significance to it as a name.
The Stoic: Agni notes that he's never seen him smile, and thinks he's lonely.
The incomparably silly God of Fire, summoned by Brilith when she was a child. His easy-going nature is largely an act, meant to reduce the strain on her.
Baka: "Babo" is the Korean equivalent; like "baka", it translates pretty directly to "idiot." Yes, he named himself "Idiot Kim."
Berserk Button: Don't push this, or he will make you remember that he's a god.
Fan Boy: His initial disguise when the temple guards find him is to pretend to be Brilith's fanboy. Turns out it wasn't completely an act; he's very disappointed when he accidentally incinerates her autograph a few minutes later.
The Fog of Ages: He implies he doesn't even remember his childhood, he's so old.
Nice Guy: Gandharva notes that he's the only decent god.
Obfuscating Stupidity: Not all of it's faked, but every once in a while he drops the mask and you remember he is very, very old and unspeakably powerful.
He makes it clear that more of it is faked than you might expect at first after Gandharva interferes with his confrontation with Sagara — although he seemed to have been completely taken in by Sagara's sob-story, his conversation with Gandharva, who he views as more of an equal, is much colder and makes it clear he wasn't actually buying any of it.
The God of Death. He holds final dominion over all mortal souls; not even the Primeval Gods can oppose him.
By-the-Book Cop: Other gods are constantly harassing him to extend the lives of favored mortals, and he is constantly denying them. It's not that he's cruel, he just wants everyone to follow the rules.
God Of Death: For mortals, at least. He is in charge of making sure they die at their allotted time, and personally scratching their names off in Hell. Agni killed him to save Brilith; it's not clear what effect this has on the rest of the universe.