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Characters: Negima: Class 3-A

That's right, Mahou Sensei Negima! is so overstuffed that it broke the folder system, and it's just going to get worse from here. So we decided to split the page. Again. This page is for the rest of Class 3-A. Time to go grab a soda to wash down those two sandwiches.

This page is full of spoilers, naturally. You have been warned.


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    Chao Lingshen 

Chao Lingshen is class 3A's top scoring and multitalented student. She runs the successful business Chao Bao Zi, is talented in martial arts, a member of the Eastern medicine research group and the head of the Mahora quantum physics department. She's good at everything.

She is the antagonist of the Mahorafest arc, but her upstanding moral behavior, refusal to lie and genuine good intentions leave the group conflicted about how to handle her.

Voiced by: Chiaki Osawa (Japanese, Negima!), Megumi Takamoto (Japanese, Negima!? onwards) and Trina Nishimura (English)

  • The Ace: A key member of several local university clubs (including the quantum physics one), a successful entrepreneur, proficient martial artist and deadly mage, all at the ripe old age of fourteen.
  • Anime Chinese Girl: She has the name, the clothes and the hair, but may not be the genuine article.
  • Arc Villain: She was the primary antagonist of the Mahorafest arc with Negi's primary struggle being that there isn't a particularly convincing case that she's doing anything wrong.
  • Attack Drone: She included four of these in her Powered Armor for the climax of the Festival Arc.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: At the time of Mahorafest, Chao is about skilled as as Ku Fei in Chinese Martial Arts.
  • Beam Spam: During her fight with Negi, she has small floating drones flying around spamming attacks at Negi.
  • Blush Sticker: She has two permanently rosy spots on her cheeks. While it'd seem that it is meant to make her cuter and different from other characters, it turns out to be the only normally visible part of the Facial Markings from her Deadly Upgrade.
  • Boke: Even Setsuna gets to make Tsukkomi on her.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Self-described Mad Scientist? Yes. The Ace who can do anything, to the point of apparently inventing Time Travel? Yep.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: She's quite unimportant and unrelated to the plot with Negi noting he needs to get to know her better when suddenly she takes center stage during Mahorafest.
  • Clothes Make the Superman: Her futuristic battlesuit with a Time Travel mechanism built in makes her one of the strongest combatants present.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Exploits Takahata's love for his students to beat him in combat. Whenever faced with an opponent that she can't beat one-on-one, even with her battlesuit, she makes use of her time machine to level the playing field.
  • Conqueror From The Future: She doesn't look like one at first since her only stated goal is to break The Masquerade, but then you see her character notes where she has a particular fondness for world domination.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: When Setsuna and Kaede intercept Chao right before she finishes off Negi, she uses time stop abilities to show they can't do a thing to her. Later, she steps it up and adds real violence to the equation against Setsuna and Asuna during the climax.
  • Deadly Upgrade: She's incapable of using magic properly, so at the end of her fight with Negi she activates some odd ability that normally seals her power and instead uses it to force magic into her body, which causes immense pain.
  • Hartman Hips: Only motherly Chizuru has hips larger than Chao, while every other one of Chao's measurements are on the petite to average side.
  • Hero Antagonist: She is the primary antagonist of the Mahorafest arc, but she's so well-meaning and subdued in her methods — refusing to kill or lie — even other characters aren't too sure whether they were right in trying to stop her. The only reason Negi opposes her in the end is, basically, to avoid the Cool and Unusual Punishment he would incur from the authorities if he didn't. And because she absolutely refuses to explain her actions, despite the fact that he'd agree with her if she did. She's a pretty good sport when she loses too and there are hints that she was fine with either outcome.
  • Hidden Agenda Villain: Chao tells us what her plans are early on and she's not lying. However, she's withholding a lot of crucial information and her attitude makes it difficult to tell what she's trying to accomplish. Her goals only become more unclear when more information about the setting is revealed especially since time travel can't fix her world at all.
  • Hoist By Her Own Petard: Gave Negi the time-machine as a way of side-stepping having to fight him by way of jumping him to a point where she'd already won. Negi not only figures out how to use it to jump back to it but masters usage of it enough to fight Chao one-on-one.
  • Irony: A lot of the arguments and statements made about Chao and her plan look different by the end of the Magic World arc. For example, Yue's arguments to Negi about the time period she picked suddenly don't hold much weight nor Negi's upset speech about the tattoos that give Chao magic. For the former, the collapse of the Magic World is a far bigger disaster than WWII and for the latter, Magia Erebea makes Negi's concern about Chao using dangerous powers laughable.
  • Luke, You Are My Father: Claims to be Negi's time traveling descendant to the future. People do not take it seriously. At first.
  • Mad Scientist: She and Hakase claim they sold their souls to science.
  • More Dakka: One of her attacks doesn't even need a gun to do it!
  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: At one point, it's complained that she's adding in way too many traits to her character profile, notably claiming to be a time traveling martian descended from Negi. It's true, though. Technically.
  • Odango Hair: As expected from an Anime Chinese Girl.
  • Playing with Fire: Casts a massive fire spell at Negi after forcibly unsealing her magic. Her incantation is too slow, however.
  • Powered Armor: She wears a set of armor that allows her to fly and supports her Cassiopeia. There are also gloves that allow her to use a disabling electric punch.
  • Put on a Bus: After her arc, she returns to the future. We see her again after Asuna woke up after 130 years asleep.
  • Renaissance Man: She can cook, runs a business taking in hundreds of millions of yen, is an excellent hand to hand fighter, helped develop a genuine AI, appears to have invented time travel, is a talented tactician, has good knowledge of Eastern medicine and is a highly competent mage.
  • Sarcastic Confession: When she gives out her real identity as a martian, Setsuna gives her a Dope Slap.
  • Save Scumming: Her time-machine allows her to do this.
  • Set Right What Once Went Wrong: Her goal is to reveal the existence of magic to prevent some tragedy she refuses to elaborate on, though she hints it's merely a personal tragedy rather than something of massive proportions. Turns out it was an attempt to avoid the collapse of the Magic World and the war that would follow it.
  • Slipknot Ponytail: During a battle with Negi, one of her hairbuns come undone.
  • Smug Super: Between her robot army, time travel, battlesuit, and having made arrangements to get Negi out of the picture, Chao has a perpetual grin on her face since she shows there's no way anyone can ever beat her. When Negi displays that he can work her time machine for combat, she subtly stops grinning and looks genuinely irritated at the realization she might lose.
  • Teen Genius: Word of God has her IQ to be around 300. "Maybe even seriously."
  • Thigh-High Boots: In her outfit seen above.
  • Thou Shalt Not Kill: She makes sure none of her robots or allies kill anyone, giving them stripping beams and (when that proves insufficient to convince people to stop), time-displacement bullets.
  • Time Master: She can induce time stop effects, travel back and forward in time and possesses bullets that launch the target into the future.
  • Time Stands Still: With a series of rapid time jumps, she can make a pseudo time stop effect
  • ‹bermensch: She rejects the status quo set by mages and attempts to force them into the open to prevent more tragedies. She avoids causing permanent damage in the process. Finally, while it doesn't come up in the story she really likes world conquest but hates the idea of one superpower bullying lesser powers.
  • Verbal Tic: True to type, she overuses the emphatic particles yo and ne.
  • Will Not Tell a Lie: States numerous times that "Martians don't tell lies." This doesn't prevent her from withholding all sorts of information.
  • You Are Too Late: Tricks Negi's group into being stuck a week in the future and leaves a gloating message about it, but they manage to undo it by using residual magic left at the world tree.

    Evangeline Athanasia Katherine Mc Dowell 

Evangeline is the first antagonist of the series and is an ancient and extremely powerful vampire stuck in the form of a ten year old girl. Thanks to Negi's father, she has been bound into the Mahora school grounds without any of her magical powers. While Nagi initially intended to let her go in a few years, he first forgot to let her go and then vanished, leaving her both bitter and extremely bored. She picks a fight with Negi to relieve her frustration and some time later becomes Negi's master and primary magic teacher.

She's sarcastic and unfriendly, but it's clear she cares about her classmates after awhile. She has a special interest in first Negi and later Asuna and Setsuna and helps guide all three in her own way. She also acts as a sort of mother figure to Chachamaru and encourages her emotional development, though the two pick on each other a great deal. On a personal level, she is possibly the strongest character shown in the series with one notable exception. It's hard to beat someone with a Healing Factor that has no shown limits.

For her appearance in the sequel, UQ Holder, check the manga's character page.

Voiced by: Yuki Matsuoka (Japanese) and Laura Bailey (English, Mahou Sensei Negima! and Negima!?)

  • Above Good and Evil: When being serious and not having her Noble Demon attitude played for laughs, she expresses no belief in the idea of moral behavior nor particular fondness for actual villainy. This is the foundation of Magia Erebea, which tosses aside concepts like moral values by embracing both that which is considered good and that which is considered evil and converting them into your own strength.
  • All-Powerful Bystander: She's easily the most powerful character shown until the very end of the Magic World when the Lifemaker's projection shows up but since she has no personal stakes in what is going on she's content to merely watch the plot unfold with sheer amusement. At first it seems like she's doing this because she's under a power limiter, but when that comes off briefly during either her initially villainous arc, at the end of Kyoto or at the end of Mahorafest she's more interested in enjoying herself than escaping or doing anything noteworthy. At the end of the Magic World arc she has two reasons to get involved: Nagi is involved with what's going on and the Lifemaker is the person who vampirized her.
  • The Archmage: She's ancient and well experienced to the point that she can oneshot a demon god. The story kept upping her implied level of ability throughout the story that by the end she's shown to be capable of taking out all of Cosmo Entelechia with a custom forced spell, though it takes awhile to cast.
  • Badass: As stated, she's one of the top tier characters in the entire series.
  • Badass Adorable: There are only one or possibly two characters in the story that can match her in a fight by themselves, the Lifemaker and Nagi. This despite the fact that she's described as looking like a doll. Near the end of the series she gets a fight against Negi and Asuna at their peak and still has the advantage against the pair before Negi absorbs her best spell.
  • Badass Boast: She's one of the most feared mages in two worlds.
    (To Chigusa) "Keh heh heh! You chose your opponent poorly, woman! What you're seeing is a spell that creates near-absolute-zero temps in a 150-square-foot area! Even that big nasty won't be able to avoid it. For lo, I am the vampire Evangeline... the "Dark Evangel"!! Look upon my magics, ye mighty, and despair...!! MWAHHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!"
  • Badass Cape: She occasionally wears a ragged, long black cloak.
  • Bandage Babe: After her fight with Setsuna, she wears bandages around the chest instead of an actual dress like she usually does.
  • Bathtub Bonding: When Negi wants to consult with her, she has him stripped and tossed into the bath with her. She makes a few vampy moves for shits and giggles before they begin discussing his issues over dinner.
  • Big Damn Heroes
    • She's called in to bail out Negi during the end of Kyoto. She oneshots the demon that he was unable to even damage and smacks away Fate Averruncus without a second thought. Her price for assistance? Konoemon has to stamp a permission slip allowing her to be out every five seconds until she comes back the next day after enjoying herself seeing the sights.
    • During the climax of the assault on the Gravekeeper's Palace, she makes her appearance just in time to save Negi and Fate.
  • Big Fancy House: Owns three such houses — her cabin, her house in a bottle, and the even bigger Lebens Schuld Castle.
  • Black Eyes of Crazy: When she taps into her actual vampire power(s) rather than the usual magic; she invokes the look for the terror factor when she decides to "rough up" the newly-arrived Anya, who had just been told that Negi and Ala Alba are being trained by the infamous Maga Nosferatu.
  • Bloodbath Villain Origin: Her immediate family died at her hands and teeth when she was ten. It does not appear to have been intentional, but has clearly shaped how she interacts with others.
  • Boxing Lessons for Superman: Evangeline is Crazy-Prepared enough to realize that even she can't rely on her vampiric powers all the time; enough so for her to learn and master the Martial Art of Aikidonote  from Morihei Ueshiba (the creator of said Martial Art) himself, whom she casually refers to as "that old geezer I met when I came to Japan 80 years ago."
  • Broken Bird: She's sarcastic, hostile and unpleasant, but it's stated that her harsh life has shaped her into the person she is and hinted that deep down she really wants to be innocent again.
  • Brought Down to Badass: At first it seems like she's just Brought Down to Normal, but when Mahorafest's tournament rolls around she proves that she's an excellent martial artist and has great ability with Razor Floss. She stomps martial artists over and over until she comes up against Setsuna and still nearly beats her with no real magic powers to utilize.
  • Burn the Witch!: She mentions how she had to flee witch hunts in the past and indicates that a few times she wasn't too successful in escaping. Thanks to being largely indestructible she's not dead, but that must have hurt.
  • Byronic Heroine: A card-carrying example. Morally neutral, largely concerned with personal interests, disrespect of common authority, jaded and cynical, attractive, having a Dark and Troubled Past, an introspective loner, an exile, and to top it off, a vampire.
  • Cape Wings: She can form a cloak out of bats and use it to fly. Or maybe she's doing it for effect. Would fit her character.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: She describes herself as a great villain, but in truth she's largely just amoral and indifferent. Maybe she calls herself evil as an excuse to be so over the top?
  • Compulsory School Age: Invoked by Nagi. Apparently he thought it would be funny to make her live the school life she never had. Then he forgot about coming back and undoing the curse.
  • Cool and Unusual Punishment: Nagi "damned" her to school, though more because she was annoying than because she had done anything wrong.
  • Corruption of a Minor: She seems to have a great deal of fun pretending to be The Vamp around Negi and darkening his world view, though the story presents it as not being that bad.
  • Cry Cute: At the end of the Mahora Budokai, after Nagi's hologram gives her one last pat to the head, proving that deep down she's still pining for him even after his "betrayal".
  • Curb-Stomp Battle
    • Took down a high-level demon with one hit at the end of the Kyoto Arc, and shortly thereafter kicked Fate's ass. He promptly got the hell out of there.
    • After thrashing Cosmo Entelechia with normal combat methods, she gets bored and one-shots the lot of them with a massive ice-and-lightning vortex spell shaped like creeping vines.
  • Cute Little Fangs: She has actual little fangs at some points according to the moon cycle. After a full moon passes they vanish, however.
  • Cynical Mentor: She's not particularly concerned with whether Negi succeeds or fails. She'd hate to lose a student, but if he fails then he's not worth teaching anyway. She also passes along her world view to Negi, which states that good and evil are meaningless ideas though he still strives to be good.
  • Dark Action Girl: She displays a tough, distant attitude mixed liberally with cynicism and halfhearted attempts to corrupt Negi and later Asuna while keeping almost everyone at arm's length. She mellows out quite a bit, but refuses to admit it.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: It starts with "turned into a vampire and slaughtered her family in bloodlust at age ten," and just goes downhill from there.
  • Daywalking Vampire: She used to have an actual weakness to sunlight, but eventually overcame it as she grew in power. She even has "High Daylight Walker" as one of her many titles and epithets.
  • Deadpan Snarker: When the likes of Chachamaru or Albireo aren't keeping her off balance, she tends towards acting bored and sarcastic.
  • Deus ex Machina: She saves the Negi party from the Big Bad and the Demon God he unsealed at the end of the Kyoto Arc.
  • Disc One Final Boss: She is the first antagonist of the series. In what is probably an instance of playing with this trope, she likens herself to both intermediate and final bosses from a video game, and refuses to say exactly which she is.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: Unless she's at school or outside walking, she ditches her shoes whenever possible. If she could still fly regularly she'd probably never wear them.
  • The Dreaded: "Maga Nosferatu", "Queen of the Night", "Visitation of Woe"... the very name of Evangeline alone can strike fear in a mage's heart. Does not apply to middle school or ten year old magi, even if they're supposedly her enemy.
  • Drill Sergeant Nasty: She can be convinced, with effort, to instruct someone in magecraft and/or combat. She cannot be convinced to be gentle about it.
  • Elegant Gothic Lolita: Eva herself loves dressing up fancy and when she gets bored she dresses up other people like that too. She even decides that Asuna will be her minion and wear similarly black, frilly clothing. Tvtropes even deified her for it.
  • Elemental Eye Colours: Blue eyes to match her ice powers.
  • Embarrassing Nickname:
    • "Kitty", as Albiero calls her. He derived it from her second middle name — "Katherine" — specifically to mess with her.
    • And there's the one that Jack Rakan came up with: Loli Grandma. This one got her mad enough that she didn't bother watching the area of effect on her most powerful spell and nearly turned him into an icicle.
  • Energy Absorption: She invented Magia Erebea, which allows her to cast a spell, compress it and then devour it. It's quite dangerous to humans, but since she's a vampire her soul is more robust.
  • Evil Laugh: Quite a few times, such as when she killed the demon god. Apparently it's really fun.
  • Evil Mentor: She's more amoral than evil, but she agrees to teach Negi not just because she likes him but because she sees he has vast potential. She's absolutely thrilled to see that he picked up Magia Erebea, which she assumed nobody else would ever be able to pick up.
  • Expecting Someone Taller: At the height of her infamy and power, she normally wandered around in the form of a tall, beautiful blond. Now when people see her they're more likely to think she looks like a cute doll.
  • Femme Fatalons: She has long, red nails.
  • Fille Fatale: She makes attempts at seduction despite her childlike body, but they fail miserably.
  • Friendly Neighborhood Vampire: Despite her claims to the contrary and antisocial attitude, she's largely harmless provided you don't try to pick a fight with her.
  • Gamer Chick: She has a suspicious fondness for talking about things in RPG terms, which finally gets payoff when the group stumbles in on her naked, eating potato chips and playing retro games.
  • Genius Book Club: Once seen reading the illustrative A Day, a Dog by Gabrielle Vincent.
  • Girls Love Stuffed Animals: Mind you, this is the side of her that she keeps secret from public.
  • A Glass of Chianti: Sits back sipping alcohol during the Mahorafest final several hundred feet up in the air.
  • Good Old Fisticuffs: Negi and Fate are martial artists and Nagi seems to have physical focus based on ninja techniques. Evangeline? She's a flat brawler with no real style and she's absolutely terrifying in close combat.
  • Grumpy Bear: She comes off as a cynic in an idealistic world earlier in the series. The story shifts in her favor later on and shows that it wasn't quite as cynical as it first seemed.
  • Hair Reboot: It seems Evangeline's immortality extends to her hair as well. When Secundum destroys a bit of her hair together with her arm, both arm and hair are restored to normal in no time.
  • Heel-Face Turn: She appears first as the villain before becoming a neutral force and finally Negi's teacher, though she refuses to step in and help him directly after that.
  • Heroic Comedic Sociopath: She likes going on about her evil plans, but she never really does anything.
  • Hidden Depths: She's dark and abrasive, but even her worst reputation admits that she's never been recorded as killing women or children. She's also an unparalleled master of magical theory, an excellent teacher and surprisingly lonely.
  • Hidden Heart of Gold: She tries to keep up her reputation as a horribly evil mage, but everyone who knows her realizes that that's not really the case.
  • Home Field Advantage: On the rare occasions when she fights seriously, she can set a territory that naturally amplifies her ice magic.
  • An Ice Person: Just as Negi is a specialist in light, wind and lightning, Evangeline has a natural affinity for the more complicated and difficult ice magic.
  • Icy Blue Eyes: They show her icy, cool and calculating personality. Fittingly, she uses ice magic to boot.
  • I Hate You, Vampire Dad: While appearing to be perfectly okay with being immortal apart from irritation that it has to be as an immortal child, Evangeline despises the person who turned her and killed him in cold blood after tracking him down. Unfortunately, the person she killed was the Lifemaker, an immortal himself of a type that transcends bodily destruction. When she learns he's still alive, she breaks her usual non interference policy and destroys his organization in one powerful blast.
  • I Have Many Names: She's a very famous dark mage and has a plethora of titles to match her reputation to the point that the page image even parodies it after people get tired of hearing even more.
  • I Have the High Ground: Does this when trying to look scary during her brief time as a villain.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: In the rare-as-a-blue-moon occasions when she lets her guard down or has no time to prepare her adult-act, Eva lives in a beautifully-decorated child's room, glowing bright with innocence and filled with adorable stuffed toys, hinting that this is the life she really wants rather than the cold cynicism of immortal adulthood. Events make it clear that her attitude is largely a defense mechanism and she's not really capable of being honest about her desires.
  • I Kiss Your Foot: Eva demands this when she feels like bullying someone asking for her teachings.
  • Immortal Immaturity: She likes to act refined, though it's difficult when she has to look up at the person, but sometimes lapses into childish whimpering. Whenever she starts to subvert this and act her age, Chachamaru usually tells her "please don't start pretending you're old."
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Fate impales her with a massive stone pillar during Kyoto. She ignores it and the wound heals in seconds.
  • Impossibly Cool Clothes: She loves dressing up in really elaborate clothing and even forces her classmates into wearing similar outfits after declaring they lack sex appeal.
  • Inconvenient Summons: During the Magic World arc, a magical copy of Evangeline is summoned from her scroll... and she appears naked on a couch, eating potato chips and playing a video game.
  • It Amused Me: She loves giving Negi outrageous orders just to see if he'll go through with them, such as demanding that he lick her feet before she would teach him magic.
  • Kid with the Leash: Played straight with Chachazero, a Puppet with a Psycho Weapon, who's comically bloodthirsty, but reined in by Eva. Inverted rather amusingly with her other puppet/familiar — Chachamaru would not hurt a fly, let alone a cat, if she did not have to.
  • Kill It with Ice: She specializes in ice magic, though you don't see much of it since she doesn't need to use her specialty when training Negi. However, she does oneshot the demon god at the end of the Kyoto arc with her ice magic and later invents a spell called Endless White Nine Heavens, an original ice-lightning spell that targets overblown barriers, locks-on and continually freezes them and their surroundings solid while leaving them conscious, so they can suffer for all eternity. She does this to essentially every Cosmo Entelechia member and says she has no plans to release them.
  • Kiss of the Vampire: Subverted. Negi does not enjoy getting bitten, which Eva and Chamo attribute to him being too young to know what he's missing.
  • Kung-Fu Wizard: As her illusion copy duel with Negi shows, she's as deadly in close combat as in casting bombardment spells.
  • Large Ham: When facing a massive demon, before unleashing her power, she paused and looked back to ask if Negi and the others were watching. Talk about playing to the audience.
  • Laser Blade: When fighting in close combat, she occasionally makes a magical blade pop out the end of her arm. It's apparently made out of entropy. Word of God is that one of the reasons the spell is so difficult is because it makes no sense in regards to the laws of physics.
  • Like a Son to Me: A Love Chart says her motherly feelings for Negi are surprisingly high, which may be due to being still in love with Negi's father, wishing she was the one who bore the man's children.
  • Little Miss Badass: She's tiny and harmless looking, but is in fact essentially unstoppable in a fight.
  • Little Miss Snarker: Her sarcastic and abrasive attitude is quite at odds to her appearance, which is noted as being doll-like and innocent.
  • Living Forever Is Awesome: Apart from the bit where she's stuck in a form she doesn't like and that contrasts with her actual mind, she seems pretty pleased with being immortal.
  • Loving a Shadow: She forms an attachment to Negi that is at least influenced by him looking almost identical to Nagi, especially when aged up. She seems somewhat amused that they're almost nothing alike when it comes to personality, however.
  • Macross Missile Massacre: She doesn't use magical arrow spells as much as Negi, but she can pull of a pretty good barrage.
  • Meaningful Name: Eva's middle name "Athanasia" means "immortality".
  • Meta Gal: She often speaks of events in terms of video games. She even calls herself a mid/final boss so that the proto Ala Alba won't get too friendly with her.
  • The Mind Is a Plaything of the Body: She says that she acts much younger than her age because she's been stuck in a ten-year-old body for hundreds of years and her pre-pubescent form influences her self-perception and personality.
  • New Transfer Student: Amusingly, Evangeline (the only Caucasian girl in Class 2-A/3-A) is sometime referred to as "that transfer student", despite having been locked into the school since roughly the year that the rest of the class was born.
  • Noble Demon: Insists that she's pure evil because of her vampirism and past crimes, but deep down she's just something of an aloof, amoral Tsundere. Asuna tries to point out that she's only acted in self defense, but Evangeline retorts that the first person she killed was a cold blooded murder committed out of hatred. Being something of a Meta Girl, Evangeline is not above using this perception in order to make points about her world view, which states that evil and good are largely meaningless values.
  • Not Growing Up Sucks: Evangeline has frequently shown irritation about being stuck in a child's body.
  • Offstage Villainy: She has a 600 year long history of evil and bloodshed resulting a 6 million dollar bounty and essentially acting as the boogeyman of the magic world (eat your peas, or Evangeline will come and eat you). Despite all of this, she only does a few villainous things on-screen: sucking blood from students and attacking Negi. Other than that, she regularly helps out the heroes, going so far as to train them and let them use her magical resort for vacation. It's even hinted that her evil reputation is an exaggeration, and that she acted the part so that people would leave her alone. She still constantly tries to claim she's evil, but everyone who knows her claims that she's not that bad.
  • Older Alter Ego: She invented a spell that forces the target to appear as they would at an older age. It's referred to as an illusion, but is physically solid.
  • One Woman Army: She has a level of magical aptitude that is essentially unmatched in the story, flexible abilities and a number of vampire abilities that are left rather vague but include the ability to heal without any known limit. She can stomp all over other characters that are one man armies in their own right including all of Cosmo Entelechia at once minus the Lifemaker.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: Evangeline is known as a shinso/true ancestor and can create other vampires, though apart from briefly making a few of her classmates vampires we never see them. She apparently has no weakness to running water or holy symbols or possibly "grew out" of those like her original weakness to sunlight. Shinso are known as top tier monsters and have a number of abilities that are never elaborated on but include the ability to make minions, immortality and an intense healing factor. Her vampiric abilities are apparently affected by the cycle of the moon.
  • Parasol of Prettiness: Sometimes uses this to complement her Elegant Gothic Lolita attire.
  • Parental Substitute: She can act somewhat like this towards Chachamaru.
  • People Puppets: She can control weak people using nothing but wire.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: Evangeline is stronger than most militaries. She doesn't usually bother doing much, though.
  • Poke the Poodle: Claims she's an evil mage while the most morally objectionable thing we ever see her do is pick on her students.
  • Princess in Rags: Before she was vampirized, she was a member of a very rich clan. Now she tries to maintain a refined attitude, lives in a Big Fancy House served by Robot Maids and wears fancy clothes even though she isn't rich anymore.
  • Proud Beauty: She considers herself sexy and alluring. To her chagrin, nobody takes her looks seriously.
  • Psychotic Smirk: Almost always sports this on.
  • Rapunzel Hair: It's as long as her body.
  • Really 700 Years Old: She looks ten, but she's probably around seven hundred years old at a minimum. She likes the whole immortality thing, but she's pretty pissed about looking so young. She was born and turned during the late middle ages (she mentions the 16th century at least once).
  • Red Armband of Leadership: During the summer festival, Evangeline wears an armband as "Honorary Advisor" to the Ala Alba.
  • Red Baron: Eva has dozens of nicknames and titles, most of them being sinister and dangerous with one of the most commonly used probably being the Dark Evangel, though more and more titles just keep getting added throughout until it even gets used as joke material.
  • Rescue Romance: She fell in love with Nagi after he saved her life somehow and then became his Stalker with a Crush.
  • The Reveal: The Lifemaker is to be blamed for Evangeline's vampire heritage.
  • Sarcastic Clapping: Does this in response to Negi casting a spell to see spirits, but he doesn't realize she's being sarcastic.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: She was sealed into the Mahora grounds by Nagi, though it turns out to be because she was annoying him by following him everywhere.
  • Seen It All: She admits that she hasn't seen everything, but by this time the new things she does see aren't really enough to impress her anymore. Stuff changes, big deal.
  • Self-Made Orphan: It's hinted that she killed her own parents before regaining consciousness upon first becoming a vampire.
  • Self Made Woman: She was dropped into a world hostile to magic and the supernatural at the age of ten with no family, no money and no power. She clawed her way to the top and became so powerful that nothing is a threat to her anymore. Her name alone inspires terror.
  • Sexier Alter Ego: In her adult form, Evangeline becomes very tall, stacked and wears more adult clothing.
  • Sexy Mentor: She's pretty convinced that she's sexy and her relationship with Negi has some undeniable Ship Tease.
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: She's normally pretty unconcerned about people seeing her naked.
  • Shipper on Deck: Though she teases her about it at the same time, she really supports Chachamaru's feelings for Negi.
  • Sink or Swim Mentor: She dumps Asuna in the Himalayas to get her to use her Kanka ability correctly, essentially forcing her to figure out the technique or freeze to death.
  • Smug Super: She damn well knows that she's one of the most powerful and infamous mages in the setting and doesn't let those around her forget it.
  • Sour Outside, Sad Inside: She acts as an amoral and indifferent vampire Tsundere, repeatedly claiming to be a purely evil, irredeemable villain. However, it's made clear her attitude is largely a defense mechanism that comes from her troubled past and it's implied that deep down she actually doesn't like how her life has turned out that much. It's even hinted that she enforced her "evil vampire" reputation so that people would leave her alone.
  • Spirited Competitor: She likes to fight for fun.
  • Stalker with a Crush: After Nagi saved her life somehow, she fell in love and began following him around everywhere. He eventually had her sealed in Mahora to keep her from bugging him. She's mildly annoyed when she finds out he was already married.
  • Steven Ulysses Perhero: Conveniently, part of her name, Athanasia, means 'immortality.'
  • Story Breaker Power: As early as the end of the Kyoto arc it's shown that she's so monstrously powerful and knowledgeable that should she step into a conflict, it will be resolved immediately. That said, she's much more interested in seeing Negi develop, so she very rarely does.
  • Teleportation: She can teleport through shadows when she feels sufficient need.
  • Tiny Tyrannical Girl: She looks like a ten year old but acts like what she is: An arrogant, immortal vampire with immense magical power. The disparity between what she is and how she looks is the source of a great deal of humor.
  • Tsundere: Likes to think of Negi as her minion, and it's not like she cares about him or anything. Albireo also calls her a tsundere for all of Class 3-A. Later, give her some 130 years and she admits it herself.
  • Tsurime Eyes: Her sharp eyes show her pride in her reputation and are one of her Tsundere traits.
  • ‹bermensch: Evangeline notably rejects the simple forms of morality that Negi clings to, but doesn't begrudge his desire to do good even after he realizes his view of the world is naive.
  • Undead Child: It's unclear how much this applies. She once claims to be undead, but seems to be referring to the fact that she never needed to learn healing magic due to being almost indestructible. She seems to be simply immortal, possesses unholy powers and her soul fundamentally differs from that of a human now.
  • Vain Sorceress: She's pretty touchy about her appearance and even invented a spell that increases or decreases the age of the target temporarily. Unlike the normal play on the trope, however, she wants to look older.
  • Vampires Are Sex Gods: She seems to believe this ought to be the case, but nobody is interested. However, in her adult form she's portrayed as being quite sophisticated and elegant, which hints the trope may apply. Negi's just too chaste to get it.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Seems to be friends with Albireo despite the fact that he spends all of his time picking on her while she tries to kill him.
  • Waif-Fu: With her power sealed, she's able to pin adult martial artists effortlessly by exploiting their center of gravity. Also somehow capable of taking them out in a single blow.
  • Warrior Poet: Eva has done a lot of thinking about the meaning of good and evil in her time and it shows in how she speaks.
    • She often speaks to Negi about the meaning of conflict, morality and philosophical views of magic.
    • Before the fight against Setsuna, she quotes Leo Tolstoy's "Anna Karenina":
    "Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way."
    • There is another example during the ball, as quoted by Negi:
      "Where there is distress, therein lies a story.
      Where there is a story, therein lies a will.
      ...And wherever there is a will, therein lies a soul."
  • Witch Hunt: Her backstory had people trying to kill her for being a vampire, many times.
  • Wolverine Claws: When she wants to melee, she forms her hands in to large, sharp claws.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: Post-Mundus Magicus arc, while berating Setsuna, she locks her in an octopus stretch, then a Sharpshooter.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Wears thigh high stockings sometimes.

    Tatsumiya Mana 

Mana is a supposedly ex-mercenary with a fondness for magical equipment and firearms. She blatantly sells her services to the highest bidder, but despite her claims she does seem to have her own sense of honor. Since her moral sense doesn't quite match up with Negi despite their mutual respect, the two can easily come into conflict.

Mana looks much older than most of her classmates and cannot pass for her age or even as a high schooler. She has a rivalry with Kaede and despite or perhaps because of her serious attitude she can say some silly things earnestly.

Voiced by: Miho Sakuma (Japanese) and Stephanie Young (English, Mahou Sensei Negima! and Negima!?)

  • Abnormal Ammo: In areas with particularly thick mana she can use time displacement bullets, which serve a tactical use rather than being a direct weapon. Anyone hit by them is forcibly sent three hours into the future.
  • Action Girl: She's a "former" mercenary and battlefield veteran and is thus always calm and composed in combat with an exceptional level of ability.
  • Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: She's tall, attractive, aloof and has long black hair.
  • Badass Normal: Her combat ability seems to largely rely on her equipment and magical gear, whose price she always tells to her comrades. Before the demon reveal, anyway.
  • Badass Long Coat: As seen in the image.
  • Badass Long Robe: Usually, when she's on the job.
  • Bag of Holding: She apparently stores extra ammunition and her larger weapons in a pocket dimension, quite clearly shown when reloading during the Governor's Ball.
  • Bizarre and Improbable Ballistics: At one point, she bounces her shots almost full-180 to hit someone behind cover.
  • Broken Bird: Due to her upbringing on the battlefield and loss of her Pactio master she's rather aloof and pragmatic for a fourteen or fifteen year old. The miserliness has another cause, though.
  • But Not Too Foreign: She's half-Puerto Rican. Or maybe a quarter Puerto Rican unless she's half Puerto Rican demon.
  • Can't Bathe Without a Weapon: While in hot springs in Kyoto, she had a gun hidden under a bucket and was seconds away from shooting Asakura.
  • Child Soldiers: She has been fighting in various trouble spots around the world since her childhood.
  • Click Hello: Right before a shadow puppet nearly erases Shiori disquised as Asuna Mana finally shows herself with a oneliner and a quick headshot.
  • Cold Sniper: She never, ever lets her emotions get in the way of her doing her job.
  • Cool Guns: A pair of Desert Eagles as sidearms, an FN P-90 submachinegun, and a PGM Hecate II sniper rifle.
  • Crazy-Prepared: She has talismans and gear prepared for everything to make up for apparent lack of ki and magic usage. Though even with her Badass Normal credentials subverted she still utilizes all her tricks.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: She grew up on the battlefield serving as a ministra until her pactio master was killed, at which point she apparently returned to school and half retired from mercenary work.
  • Demon Slayer: She takes on these kinds of jobs during her mercenary work.
  • Depleted Phlebotinum Shells: Her standard ammo are bullets with spells on them and are frequently used for exorcisms.
  • Foreshadowing: Maybe we should have read "Demon Eye" a little more literally, huh?
  • Guns Akimbo: With her signature dual Desert Eagles, though they're apparently airsoft versions which usually shoot tranquilizer rounds or magic bullets. What's scary is her now-inactive Pactio card showing her with a pair of similar guns, so her currently-inaccessible artifact is also a pair of guns. Which she started using as a child.
  • The Gunslinger: She prefers trick shots and Gun Fu, but against opponents that are dodging too well like Poyo Rainyday she's prepared to release a massive volley of shots.
  • Gun Fu: Give Mana a firearm or two and she's a death machine, capable of wiping out a crowd of people all around her without turning around.
  • Gun Kata: During the Governor's Ball she's shooting in every direction while standing still and dodging in a set of flashy poses rather than using much in the way of mobility.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Half demon. This primarily manifests itself in a magic eye.
  • Hand Cannon: She dual wields Desert Eagles.
  • Impossibly-Low Neckline/Sexy Backless Outfit: The outfit that she wears as part of her disguise to sneak into the Governor-General's Ball at Ostia.
  • Improbable Aiming Skills: In addition to the Bizarre and Improbable Ballistics mentioned above, she can hold a 14 kg rifle with one hand.
  • Improbable Weapon User: The first fight we see her in has her using weaponized coins since she can't use guns like normal.
  • In-Series Nickname: Negi starts calling her "Captain" starting at the Mahorafest confession-stopping scene.
  • I See Dead People: She has the "demon eye" ability, which apparently allows her to see ghosts.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: It's really closer to Even Evil Has Standards, but she's not exactly villainous enough to qualify for that. For example, refusing to accept money for throwing a fight because she hadn't intended to lose, and deciding to fight "Poyo" on her own so Negi can move on and stating she's doing so because she believes in Negi. Also, she's apparently paying all the bills for an orphanage.
  • Magical Eye: According to Volume 29's Q&A her left eye is a "demon eye", with which she can "see the true forms of demonic beings, and is used for extreme-range shots. Normally, it isn't active." She uses it once when tracking Sayo and then it goes unused for about two hundred and fifty chapters.
  • Miko: In between the breaks she gets in her mercenary job.
  • Miser Advisor: She gets sketchy over 200 yen, which is very roughly $2.00. Her main victim is Setsuna, who she bills for her services in Demon Slaying, though she's willing to charge anyone on the team for any amount of time spent fighting.
  • Multi-Ranged Master: Her skill at changing from rifle to dual handguns has surprised many enemies. She's even good in extreme close range.
    Mana: There are no weak distances for me.
  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: A gunslinging mercenary sniper miko half-demon schoolgirl.
  • Paper Talisman: She uses a Teleportation sutras against Kaede during the MahoraFest Arc; apparently they cost 800,000 yen apiece and only work once.
  • Pinball Projectile: During the MahoraFest Arc, she manages to conceal her hiding spot this way.
  • Power Dyes Your Hair: Her hair turns white when she releases her demon powers.
  • Pre Ass Kicking One Liner: When she finally reveals where she's been during the entire Magic World arc.
    "Don't ever think of touching my classmate with that filthy hand of yours. You wooden doll."
  • Private Military Contractors: She explained that she was once a part of one of these named Kanbanurae. She traveled to so many battlefields across the far corners of the globe that Negi questioned whether she could be 15 years of age.
  • Punch Clock Villain: Pretends to be only in it for money, but joins Chao because she believes her ideals. Doesn't stop her from taking the money, though. Off duty, she has a minor rivalry with Kaede and has a mutual respect for Negi, who she has helped in the past.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Down to her waist.
  • Senseless Violins: She brings along a guitar case for her Big Damn Heroes moment.
  • Sniper Rifle: Her long-range Weapon of Choice is a Remington M700 sniper rifle.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She towers over her classmates and looks so much older than her classmates that she gets taken for a university student rather than a middle schooler.
  • Unorthodox Reload: During the assault on the Governor's Ball she reloads in mid fight by ejecting clips from a pocket dimension and having the flips fly into her guns to reload.
  • Tsurime Eyes: Her eyes are pretty sharp.
  • Victoria's Secret Compartment: From the same battle, she pulls out massive rifles from her cleavage. Misora is baffled as to how they fit.
  • Villains Out Shopping: The villain status of anyone in Negima is questionable, but right after her antagonist stint in Mahorafest we see her trying and failing to get her student discount at the movie theater.
  • Younger than She Looks: Which gives her issues when she wants the child price on a movie ticket.

    Yukihiro Ayaka 

Ayaka is the Class Representative of 2/3-A, a filthy-rich lady, and Asuna's best friend and rival of sorts. She has a reputation as a shotacon and intense reactions to Negi, though hints abound that she may be seeing him as a Replacement Goldfish for a stillborn little brother who would've been around Negi's age. Kotaro later moves into her room and the pair quite explicitly fail to get along as well as Ayaka and Negi do.

Somehow able to understand Zazie Rainyday's silence even over the phone, which is apparently due simply to being a good class representative.

Voiced by: Junko Minagawa (Japanese) and Laura Bailey (English, Mahou Sensei Negima! and Negima!?)

  • Academic Athlete: She's athletic and among the highest scorers on school exams.
  • Beyond the Impossible: She's so "excited" during her pactio with Negi that she swaps the system around and almost gives him a pactio card.
  • Big Fancy House: As shown in her Day-In-The-Limelight chapter, she's quite reasonably loaded. And that's not even making mention of her family's seaside resort.
  • Big Sister Instinct: The Love Chart seems to lean more towards that: she's tied with Nodoka for the "selflessness" factor, but has it way lower than most in the "sexual lust" department.
  • Can't Catch Up: Ayaka started as Asuna's rival — both being athletic teens with a skill for martial arts able to match each other blow-for-blow. However, Asuna started training in martial arts, fought monsters and picked up kanka. Ayaka was crushed when she realized that Asuna was leagues ahead of her.
  • Childhood Friends: Asuna's emotionless appearance when she was little irritated Ayaka, so she picked a fight that has defined their relationship ever since.
  • Class Representative: The role really shows with her butting heads with Asuna and any group activity she is present in.
  • Crazy-Prepared: In Negima!? Neo, during a kiss Negi competition, she and most of the other girls get caught on a bridge that collapses. Four pages later, she re-enters the story with the other girls caught up in a net, wearing a bridal tress and doing her trademark Noblewoman's Laugh.
    "I thought this might happen. So I had them prepare the Yukihiro Conglomerate's private helicopter!"
  • Cry Cute: At the end of Chapter 350, after burying a box full of pictures of her and Asuna as a memento before she goes on a Long Bus Trip, realizing they will never see each other again.
  • Dynamic Entry: One of her trademarks is running into a room and shouting at the top of her lungs.
  • Fiction 500: Singlehandedly sponsored the whole "Battle of Mahora", and flew half the class to Wales on her private jet. Her family also owns a bunch of resort islands.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Young, beautiful and a prestigious ojou. She's combative around Asuna, but is otherwise quite kind.
  • I Will Wait for You: When Asuna goes into hibernation to strengthen the Magic World's foundation, Ayaka waited a full century for her to wake up. Unfortunately, Asuna "overslept" by thirty years and Ayaka died precisely the year she was supposed to wake up.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: When she's not being a spoiled Ojou, she shows herself to have strong principles and be genuinely quite caring of others.
  • Large Ham: When she's not acting like a Proper Lady - or when Asuna presses her Berserk Button - she starts saying and doing everything in an incredibly over-the-top manner. Laura Bailey's performance in the anime just adds to the ham.
  • Lightning Glare: Frequently gets into these with Asuna.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: She knows something's up, but Asuna refuses to spill out her secret life. She still tries to help them any way she can. During the Magic World arc, she uses mundane methods to figure out the key points and discover who Evangeline is. Negi then includes her in his plan to save the Magic World.
  • Loving a Shadow: It's implied that the reason she's so fixated on Negi is because she thinks of him as being like the little brother who she never met.
  • Magic Misfire: Thanks to The Power of Love, she nearly breaks the pactio system and gives Negi a card instead of getting her own.
  • Noblewoman's Laugh: Her trademark.
  • The Nosebleed: Suffers from this on occasion of seeing Negi in an appearance "surprisingly appealing" to her taste. Taken Up to Eleven during the buildup to her Pactio with Negi.
  • Odd Friendship: Ayaka is a hammy Ojou that values proper manners, looking nice and courtesy while Asuna is a poor student, doesn't take care of her appearance and has no use for good manners. They're best friends.
  • Ojou: Acts much more the part than Konoka, who is an Ojou.
  • Pimped-Out Dress: When she dresses up, it can be extremely elaborate. And extremely revealing, like during Mahorafest.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair is very long and she is a high class lady.
  • Rich Bitch: Subverted. Turns out this is but a facade for her real Spoiled Sweet nature. She takes good care of her classmates and comforts Asuna when her date with Takamichi ends poorly. When others are in trouble she never thinks of herself.
  • Shotacon: Her classmates think of her as a shotacon even before Negi shows up, but the Love Chart and her reaction to Kotaro suggest this might be a case of Big Sister Instinct run amok.
  • Single Woman Seeks Good Man: Negi and Kotaro are the same age; she adores Negi and can't stand Kotaro. She explains that she doesn't like Negi because he's an adorable child but because he's an adorable pint-sized gentleman.
  • Stalker Shrine: In Negima!?, Ayaka was known for having her room filled with Negi-themed merchandise including pillows, swimsuits and bread.
  • Statuesque Stunner: Tall, blond and beautiful. Her looks intimidate more than one classmate.
  • Team Mom: To her classmates, mostly. More so now that she has learnt parts of the truth and has been working behind the scenes.
  • Tempting Fate: Way back in Chapter 3, Ayaka was bragging about her breast size, saying Negi needed someone with a "motherly figure" to take care of him, daring anyone with a better figure to come closer. Cue Haruna pointing out she has larger breasts... Immediately followed by Asakura, Mana, Kaede, and Chizuru -- all of whom have even larger breasts in increasing sizes -- all walking into the bath.
  • Through His Stomach: At one point in the early volumes, Ayaka attempts to further endear herself to Negi with tea and cookies.
  • Uncle Pennybags: She hates the idea of looking like a Rich Bitch and throwing money around carelessly, so she only uses her money helping others or if Negi is involved.
  • Unknown Rival: When Asuna arrived as a New Transfer Student, Ayaka declared that they were rivals. As Asuna was an Emotionless Girl at arrival, it took her several years to notice.
  • Victoria's Secret Compartment: Where she keeps her Pactio card.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Asuna. Both shared their childhood as rivals, but hints abound that this is their way of showing their friendship, such as when Asuna literally kicked her out of her Heroic BSOD upon realizing that her little brother was stillborn, and Ayaka in turn acted as mediator between Negi and Asuna after they had a falling-out. This is further cemented at the end of Chapter 350 in a heartrending Cry Cute moment, when she realizes she will never see Asuna again. She lived to 115 out of sheer determination to see Asuna again.
  • Younger than She Looks: Kotaro was very surprised when she told him she's fifteen, since he says she looks way older than that.

    Zazie Rainyday 

Zazie is the one member of Class 2/3-A that's gotten almost no Character Development at all. From what little information is given on her, she almost never speaks, appears to be some sort of circus performer, and has a number of weird black ghost blobs that accompany her everywhere. She can also apparently see Sayo. Her classmates are aware of her oddities and don't really know what to think of her.

Voiced by: Yuka Inokuchi (Japanese) and Carrie Savage (English)

  • Bare Your Midriff: In several of her outfits.
  • Circus of Fear: She performs in what is called the "Nightmare Circus". Given what we've seen of the company she keeps, one can't help but wonder how much of that name is an act.
  • Cleavage Window: Part of her Harlequin outfit.
  • The Comically Serious: Her reaction to Setsuna's part in the Lotus-Eater Machine, which features Konoka in a Hadaka Apron?
    "My apologies. That was an inappropriate example."
  • Cute Monster Girl: She was seen with long claws in an early chapter showing off the class. It's also unclear if what's on her face is paint or just how she looks. She's also shown to have a demon tail and wings in her Pactio outfit.
  • Cute Mute: She almost never speaks before the end of the Magic World. Classmates are surprised to hear her even let out a few words.
  • Dark-Skinned Blonde: She has dark skin and white hair. She's not ditzy, but it's definitely unclear where she's from.
  • Facial Markings: A teardrop over one eye, and what looks like a scar over the other.
  • Happy Harlequin Hat: Though her hat is one color, two flaps, no bells. It still has the design, though.
  • Idiot Hair: She has one.
  • I See Dead People: She can apparently see Sayo.
  • Mystical White Hair: Even her other classmates suspect there's something up with her. Like Sayo, it indicates that she's not exactly human.
  • Our Demons Are Different: She's a demon princess.
  • The Quiet One: Even with as little screentime as she gets she's still obviously the quietest person in the class. Near the end of the Magic World she becomes chattier.
  • Sexy Jester: She's a clown/mime girl with an talent for acrobatics, animal training and juggling. Her outfit for doing these things was clearly meant to invoke this trope.
  • Silent Bob: Ayaka, at least, can understand her perfectly over the phone despite her not saying a word. When asked how, Akamatsu said "It seems to be an obvious power of class representatives to understand the intentions of their classmates".
  • Tareme Eyes: Unlike "Poyo", who has harsher looking Tsurime Eyes.
  • Uncanny Family Resemblance: With "Poyo".
  • Visible Silence: For the bulk of the manga, her speech bubbles are just "..."
  • Winged Humanoid: She has a large pair of demon wings in her unused Pactio outfit.
  • Wolverine Claws: She's shown with massive claws early in the series.

    Hakase Satomi 

Class 2/3-A's other resident supergenius after Chao, Hakase is basically a Mad Scientist. Apparently aware of the existence of magic long before the series started, Hakase is primarily interested in its scientific applications and the development of Magitek, resulting in Chachamaru, who, with Evangeline's help, was developed as a joint product of magic and science. Personality-wise, Hakase is somewhat obsessive about her work, often working so late she simply falls asleep in the lab. She also approaches things from a very logical perspective, meaning that she often fails to consider how her experiments might affect others personally.

Voiced by: Mai Kadowaki (Japanese), Jayme Westman (English, Negima!) and Carrie Savage (English, Negima!?)

  • Brainy Brunette: One of the most intelligent students in 3-A.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Comes with being a Mad Scientist, but best demonstrated at the martial arts tournament, where one of her robots was competing.
    Hakase: Unfortunately, his weapons systems aren't lethal...
    Commentator: Unfortunately?!
  • Crack Pairing: In-Universe and canon example: Hakase is implied to have married Godel ("a Megalomesembrian senator") in the end.
  • Forehead of Doom: Ties her hair back, presumably to keep it out of her eyes. This leaves her with a big, wide forehead.
  • For Science!: In any given situation, anything she does is most likely for this reason.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: She built Chachamaru and appears to have all sorts of bizarre gadgets stashed around such as the weird backpack thing with multiple arms.
  • Hot Scientist: Better said, Cute Scientist. Some still say hot. Especially in the future.
  • Last Name Basis: Everyone calls her Hakase not because they're being formal but rather because it's a pun: Hakase is a homonym for professor.
  • Mad Scientist: She claims she sold her soul to science and can get quite carried away.
  • May-December Romance: Godel is at least in his early 30s, making him over twice her age.
  • Motherly Scientist: While her For Science! attitude gets in the way sometimes, Hakase really does seem to view Chachamaru as her daughter, which is first hinted during her highlight chapter. This is practically laid out in the open for the readers when she starts mothering a broken and battered Chachamaru after being torn apart by Quartum. She tends to get weird whenever she tries to show her affection, though.
  • Punny Name: Using Alternate Character Reading, hakase can mean "professor".
  • Tareme Eyes: Her round eyes.
  • Unkempt Beauty: She's unconcerned regarding her appearance and just sleeps when she drops. Her hair is styled to not get in the way, she dresses in odd clothes and her attitude generally isn't doing her any favors either. When Evangeline dresses her up, however, she's shown to be quite cute.
  • Wall of Text: Her rant about robot love:
    "I tell you, that's impossible! It just can't happen! Eva-san's automatons are robots with their anima magically ensouled! Did you hear me just then?! "Ensouled!" How unscientific is that?! Of all things - love!! Love, the one emotion that defies all rational thought and explanation!! Am I to become a philosopher, then? Am I to unravel one of the greatest mysteries of the human condition?! For an artificial intelligence to even experience such a thing - to fall into the realm of the subjective rather than the objective - that can lead only to one, inevitable conclusion - that Chachamaru has become self-aware! When one can monitor one's internal thought patterns with an 'inner eye' - that is self-awareness! We're talking meta-consciousness here! There's no scientific rationale for that!! Chachamaru was never intended to develop such a thing.. then again - then again - when it comes to emotions, who can say what is or isn't rational?! To be human is to have emotions, and to have emotions is to have love. And, once there's love, he, why not throw reproductive endocrinology into the mix! I mean, why not, right?! And reproduction means death - which is all well and good if we're talking about replicants, but we're not - we're talking about robots! Robots don't have emotion - they just can't. Or could it be that - maybe, just maybe! - it's only the ghost of an emotion, generated by her auto-learning program...? Still - even so - from a strictly methodological standpoint - it's all too bloody subjective for a scientist to wrap her mind around, don't you think? Science is absolute!! It's... ohmigawd, what am I saying, it sounds like I've given up! This isn't good - it's not good, I tell you! - Since when has the lack of an easy answer been an excuse to... For what did I sell my soul to science if not to answer those very same hard questions?! Was it the magic based power system that Eva-san gave me which caused an unforeseen side-effect on her systems?! No. No! I can't accept that. That's just another easy answer - that's what that is!! Then again, there is that brother-sister team at M.I.T. that supposedly engineered an artificial intelligence capable of independent emotion, so maybe..."

    Yotsuba Satsuki 

Satsuki is one of the few mature students in class 3-A and both knows what she wants and knows how she'll get it. She's an excellent cook and helps run Chao Bao Zi, which is something of a safe ground due to her popularity with both staff and students, who do not wish to make her angry by picking fights at her food stand.

Voiced by: Naomi Inoue (Japanese) and Monica Rial (English)

  • Animal Motifs: Is commonly drawn with a Koala behind her.
  • Art Shift: In the anime, she was initially drawn as a rather chubby girl compared to the rest of the class. This didn't last long.
  • Brown Note: Manages to immediately calm a group of fighting rival university clubs simply by telling them to stop. She's that nice.
  • Catch a Falling Star: Catches Negi and Chao in her flying tramcar restaurant. It was Chao who built that ability in, but still.
  • Character Shilling: She gets most of an entire chapter devoted to people talking about how great she is. Even Evangeline pops in out of nowhere to say that she's the only student she admires. Then she disappears for most of the rest of the manga.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Wears her hair in pigtails.
  • The Heart: Very good at calming tense situations and can even talk Evangeline out of doing mean things.
  • Supreme Chef: So much that a single sip of her soup can make you go from a tired wreck to Hot-Blooded. The title on her card even translates to "fabulous cook".
  • Tareme Eyes: Her eyes are very round.
  • Tastes Like Friendship: Loved by everyone on campus for her cooking ability. Even Eva admires her.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: With her quiet disapproval she's capable of calling out the entire class and getting them to realize that they're being huge jerks.

    Kasuga Misora 

Misora is one of the mage students at Mahora, though apparently only because her parents want her to be. She works under Sister Shakti as an apprentice and goes around dressed as a nun when doing mage work, which she treats with about the respect you'd give a part time job. She's fond of pranks, gossiping and pretending she has nothing to do with what's going on.

She has a pactio with Cocone that grants her a pair of shoes that give her super speed, which she uses almost exclusively to run away from danger.

Voiced by: Ai Bandou (Japanese) and Wendy Powell (English, Mahou Sensei Negima! and Negima!?)

    Naba Chizuru 

Chizuru is the motherly and caring roommate of Natsumi. She serves as something of a big sister figure for Kotaro, who is somewhat terrified of her. A natural conclusion for him to reach since she can be rather scary in general.

Voiced by: Misa Kobayashi (Japanese) and Amy Rosenthal (English, Mahou Sensei Negima! and Negima!?)

  • Armor-Piercing Slap: To Graf Herrmann, which impresses him enough to kidnap her.
  • Ass Shove: One Running Gag has her trying to cure ailments by shoving spring onions up the rears of those afflicted — usually Kotaro, to his neverending terror. In fact, her Pactio card is one such leek. She uses it on Negi in order to force him to talk about something he considers private.
  • Beauty Mark: Has one under her left eye.
  • Berserk Button: Don't call her old or mature, much less insinuate so. Just don't.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: There's a few scoops of psychosis layered in with all that maternal benevolence.
  • Cool Big Sis: She acts as a big sister figure to Natsumi and later Kotaro. Well, perhaps more motherly than sisterly, but if you say that she'll probably kill you.
  • Expy: Of Love Hina's Mutsumi.
  • Feminine Women Can Cook: Seems to take care of most of this sort of thing around her dorm room.
  • Gag Boobs: Negi somehow gets caught in her bathing suit and nearly drowns.
  • Healing Shiv: Her artifact, sorta. It heals status ailments in a highly unpleasant manner.
  • Indifferent Beauty: She's beautiful, mature and busty, but doesn't really seem to care.
  • Mama Bear: Gives Graf Herrmann one hell of an Armor-Piercing Slap for threatening Kotaro.
  • Marshmallow Hell: One of the more notable examples in the series that named the trope, at one point Negi somehow got caught in her bikini top. She made no real attempt to extricate him, opting rather to giggle at the situation while Negi struggled to breathe. Also, when Kotaro showed up again and started threatening her and Natsumi, she simply marshmallow hell-brainwashed him.
  • Memetic Badass: An In-Universe example: World class fighter Kotaro is still terrified of her and her leeks.
  • Mind-Control Device: The leek in her Pactio. In exchange for her... shoving it up somone's ass, it heals the target in exchange for obedience to her until it wears off.
  • Ojou: Apparently as rich as Ayaka, and is perhaps the main reason they are close friends and share a dorm room. According to Kotarou, the Naba family seems to be into heavy industries.
  • Ojou Ringlets: Has somewhat smaller versions of the hair style, and she's eventually revealed to come from a wealthy background just like Ayaka.
  • Rapunzel Hair: She has hair to around her waist.
  • Running Gag: Um, Chizuru, what are you about to do with that leek?
  • Shipper on Deck: She ships Kotaro/Natsumi pretty quickly, and even starts setting it up.
  • Spoiled Sweet: Sweet, caring and revealed to be as rich as Ayaka.
  • Tastes Like Friendship/Through His Stomach: Helps to facilitate Kotaro's Heel-Face Turn.
  • The Tease: Became like this towards Kotaro after the main Magic World arc.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: During the Sports Festival, she rams her pactio leeks up Negi's ass in a childish attempt to find out who he likes. Her pactio leeks have a mind control effect, upping the ante that much more.
  • Yamato Nadeshiko: A kind and reserved Japanese girl that lets no one endanger her charge.
  • Younger than She Looks: She's one of the younger students despite being the most well-endowed and one of the more mature ones.

    Narutaki Fuka and Fumika 

Fumika (Right):Fuka (Left):

The cheerful childlike twins of Class 2/3-A, the Narutaki twins are known for their rambunctiousness, with an apparent hobby of catching people off-guard with their appearances fit for a nine-year-old. They're also good friends of Kaede, who has taught them some basic techniques of her craft.

Fuka (right) is voiced by: Kimiko Koyama (Japanese) and Alison Viktorin (English, Mahou Sensei Negima! and Negima!?)
Fumika (left) is voiced by: Mari Kanou (Japanese) and Alison Viktorin (English, Mahou Sensei Negima! and Negima!?)

    Kakizaki Misa 

Misa is more or less a stereotypical cheerleader. She and her fellow cheerleaders Sakurako and Madoka love to hang out, shop, wear stylish clothes, and talk about boys. She's also the vocalist/guitarist of their band "Dekopin Rocket". Misa is the only student said to have an actual long-term boyfriend, though it's implied to be not that serious (and said boyfriend seems to have vanished altogether post-Mundus Magicus). She's best remembered for proposing a "Reverse Hikaru Genji Project" for Negi, after seeing just how cool he was in the Mahora Budokai. Although she followed Negi to the gate to Mundus Magicus with Yuna and the others, she was not transported there.

Voiced by: Shizuka Ito (Japanese) and Gwendolyn Lau (English, Mahou Sensei Negima! and Negima!?)

    Shiina Sakurako 

Sakurako's biggest claim to fame is her otherworldly luck. Otherwise, she's just another cheerleader, doing what cheerleaders usually do. She's also the guitarist and main vocalist of "Dekopin Rocket", a band consisting of her and her fellow cheerleaders Misa and Madoka.

Voiced by: Akane Omae (Japanese, Mahou Sensei Negima! and Negima!?), Chiaki Omigawa (Japanese, Anime Final onwards) and Colleen Clinkenbeard (English, Mahou Sensei Negima! and Negima!?)

  • Alliterative Name: English only.
  • Born Lucky: Never bet against Sakurako. You will lose. This ability came in handy when Yuna, Makie, and the rest of the group following Ala Alba got lost on a fog on the way to the gate to Mundus Magicus. The odds of a normal human making it though the fog were, according to Donet McGuinness, about equal to a standard lottery odds, but Sakurako led them through. Word of God even states that were she to get a Pactio, she could increase her partner's luck.
  • The Cheerleader: Much nicer than the standard stereotype.
  • Cherry Blossom Girl: Named Sakurako and related to luck.
  • Date Peepers: See Misa's entry.
  • Genki Girl: Almost as cheerful as the Narutaki twins.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Has two sets of them.
  • Hive Mind: With Misa and Madoka in Negima!?.
  • Idol Singer: Not as much as Misa, but she also happens to be the main vocalist of Dekopin Rocket.
  • Instant Cosplay Surprise: Sans the "surprise" element — she, Misa and Madoka did it to themselves to peep on Konoka and Negi without being noticed.

    Kugimiya Madoka 

The third cheerleader, Madoka appears to be one of the only two Ordinary High School Students left in Class 2/3-A besides Misa. She is also the drummer for "Dekopin Rocket". She appears to have a crush on an aged-up Kotaro, though is also a bit boyish, and is apparently an Avril Lavigne fan.

Voiced by: Mami Deguchi (Japanese), Lucy Small (English, Negima!) and Mary Morgan (English, Negima!?)


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