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This page lists tropes specific to characters of Sorcerer Stabber Orphen. Unless otherwise stated, this list pertains to how the characters are presented in the anime, and not necessarily the light novels.
Plucky Girl: And holy shit, HOW. When she and her sister got kidnapped by Bloody August, Cleao attempted to save herself and Mariabelle almost without hesitation. It didn't work since, well, it was a girl against a dragon, but the thought does count.
Fanboy: Of a certain novel hero named the Black Tiger. He then dresses up as the Black Tiger and tries to assume the guise of its main character and namesake on occasion.
He Knows Too Much: Not only he finds out what was going on with Childman!Azalie, but that Lai had become a Human Popsicle. Childman!Azalie almost kills him right there, and he barely escapes to Orphen and Co.'s side.
Hey, You!: Cleao and Majik never refer to him as Hartia, but as "the shrimp man". To be fair, at first they didn't know his name, but once they did it... well, it just stuck.
The only two times Cleao called him by his given name happened in their Birds of a Feather scene and while speaking to Orphen about Blood August!Azalie.
Deal with the Devil: Had to do one against her will, with a demon who wanted to kill Orphen and threatened her with destroying her town if she didn't "help". Orphen notices and tries helping her to get free.
Team Mom: She was Orphen's first companion, and she actually sorta coaches Cleao on how to take the torch as such.
Trans Sexual: A male to female one. She once was a male sorcerer called Stephan who suffered such serious injuries that her male biological body almost was torn apart. While in recovery, she asked the healers to turn said male body into a female one... and now she's Stephanie, and is very happy as a woman. Cleao and Majik are shocked when they find out, but Orphen is rather nonchalant about it.