Not Good with People: Has a tendency to yell "Gaaaaaauuuu"note changed in the N.A. release to "I'M GONNA BITE YOU!" whenever Micah speaks to her or even comes close. And she tends to bite strangers (read: Micah).
In one quest, Raven admits she makes sure they "run out" of ore when it's time for him to take a break.
The Gadfly: Unlike Carlos, who seems to not realize the gay impications of his dialogue, Gaius will cheerfully suggest that there may be something between him and Micah just for Micah's reaction. In one case he'll even claim that the only reason he wouldn't propose to Micah is that he's already married.
The Illegible: He keeps a diary, but Micah won't be able to make out a word of it. If Gaius is there when he tries to read it, he'll admit that he can't either.
Continuity Nod: In her RF4 cameo, she mentions gifts for Karina, Sofia, and Evelyn, refers to Gaius as her father who isn't a father and makes really good equipment that he forgets to sell, and blushes while saying that Woolies are her favorite monster.
Incest Subtext: She's rather... attached to her brother. Their introduction scene has them going totally melodramatic about her going out to go fishing, complete with "My dear brother/my beloved sister"s, and both talk about having trouble finding a boy/girlfriend as good as their sibling.
Carmen's big brother. May be considered a jock. Highly protective of Carmen.
Ambiguously Gay: A lot of his dialogue can be interpreted as flirting with Micah, and he doesn't really seem to have any interest in girls besides Carmen. Whenever it seems like he is interested in one of the girls, he immediately turns around and subverts it.
Mr. Fanservice: He spends all his time in a frayed tanktop that barely covers his tanned and tattooed muscles.
Incest Subtext: He's rather... attached to his sister. Their introduction scene has them going totally melodramatic about her going out to go fishing, complete with "My dear brother/my beloved sister"s, and both talk about having trouble finding a boy/girlfriend as good as their sibling.
My Sister Is Off Limits: Simply attempting to go foraging for materials with Carmen causes Carlos to fly into an insurmountable rage.
Runs the local eastern-themed inn, where passing travellers stay. It was shortened to just 'Shino' in the English version. In a dialogue, she even mentions to just call her by 'Shino'.
Cuteness Proximity: She loves cute things; dolls, kittens, but especially woolies. In Sakuya's last requests, Shino suddenly becomes cold toward both Micah and Sakuya in their attempt to make the inn's patrons accept the monsters, which turns out she's actually holding back the urge to glomp Micah right there.
My Beloved Smother: After Pia tell her about how Micah showed her his "thing," she off-handedly mentions to him about her sharp, sharp swords. She ends up giving Micah a sword as a gift, but he can't help but be afraid.
Mysterious Past: Multiple hints are dropped by her daughter and even herself that she used to do dangerous work in a previous job. She also knows an awful lot about weapons and training, and has a habit of trying to train any great fighter she lays eyes on.
Stacy's Mom: Sadly, she isn't a marriage candidate. Neither is Hazel. Marjorie even lampshades this by asking which one of the two would be Micah's type.
Shino: Micah? Micah: ...Yes? Shino: You're pretty cute now that I've gotten a good look at you.
Dull Eyes of Unhappiness: One hint that she actually is The Pollyanna; the only other person who has this kind of eyes is Raven. She might not even realize that she's sad in anyway, when she says her chest 'prickles' when seeing a family in the bathhouse.
Easy Amnesia: Mentions in one dialogue she can't remember life in the ocean except for the occasional dream, which she wakes up crying from.
Happily Adopted: Not formally, since she's listed as having no family, but Sakuya and Shino treat her as part of theirs, and she's perfectly happy with the arrangement.
I Just Want to Have Friends: She often tell a story about the fact that she can't talk with the fishes makes the sea is very lonely. Her attraction to Sakuya and Shino is because they want to accept her.
Ineffectual Loner: Notice that she lives at the front of the forest, away from the town, and doesn't have clique? Or how the town's inhabitants seem to have little regard of her?
Large Ham: ALL of her voice clips have her shouting. Also whenever Micah tries saying her catchphrase during a date, she'll complain about how quietly he said it and tries to teach him to shout it louder.
Mad Artist: Maybe not mad, but still a little, well, screwy.
Supreme Chef: He is the primary chef for the entire village. Even Sherman greatly approves of his cooking and asks for more when eating at the diner.
Noodle Incident: Marjorie, Wells and Daria will mention an incident where he had too much wine at a festival, and that's all that any of them will say on the subject. Marjorie and Wells will simply ask Micah to talk to Blaise about it and Daria begs him to stop asking her to go on. Obviously, he doesn't like being given wine.
The local Cute Witch. Helps her grandmother run the magic hospital and formulates new medicines in her spare time.
Blessed with Suck: Because of her love for tomatoes and their scent, Marjorie enchanted her sense of smell to strengthen it. However, the spell ended up too strong and the smell of tomatoes completely nauseates her now.
Non-Idle Rich: In her bedroom, Micah finds impressive clothing designs, and she seems to have a genuine interest in forging and shopkeeping.
Only Sane Man: Before she started talking in opposites, she was by far the least quirky member of her family. Her only "odd" feature, her interest in junk, is actually fairly normal. However she basically forced her speech habits on herself when she hurt her sister's feelings and tried to convince her that she meant the opposite of what she said.
Mad Artist: She makes fashions out of vegetables and fish, and apparently doesn't know what to do with Wooly wool. People talk about giving her fish on her birthday for this purpose. While she's a bit normaller than her family, she's still really weird.
One of the horned people, and the headswoman of the Monster Village. Dislikes humans and has a sweet tooth. Always accompanied by her pet fireball, Will.
Big Eater: Not Kuruna, but Will. He's able to eat about 100 turnips a day. Micah notes that Colette might have some competition.
Fantastic Racism: Even more so than Wells; after everyone has accepted Micah's half-human state, she initially refuses to say a word to him other than calling him a traitor.
GracefulI Want My Beloved to Be Happy: If Micah already married when he accepts her request for a date, he will be visibly uncomfortable and finally says that she's just a friend. She then, with her head held high, says that he should take care of his wife. She even chastises Micah if he picks the "soulmate" option. Very visible the difference between other bachelorettes, who seem to disregarded that Micah already has wife, and even children.
Half-Human Hybrid: The horned people are distinctly like unicorns, right down to the horn.
Hulk Speak: Will speaks like this and in all caps.