This page lists some of the Loads and Loads of Characters
from the manhwa Yureka
and their associated tropes. Be warned that there are many spoilers present.
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Team Triple Threat
A member (often considered to be a leader) of the team Triple Threat and the main character of the story. In the real world he acts as a diligent student always reading (or pretending to) some learning material and claiming that he doesn't know much about virtual games since he barely even watches TV. In Lost Saga his personality is a complete opposite of that image where he is loud, violent and selfish to the extreme.
(note: Despite being created by Jaeha and sharing her looks Yureka is for the most of the story a completely separate person note
)An advanced AI created by Jaeha as a copy of her own personality
in order to serve as her double when she is on a missions. After mistakenly falling into Jang-Gun's hands
and becoming used by him in the Lost Saga she was revealed to be a self-aware, fully sentient entity capable of feelings. Yureka's personality is somewhat childish, naive, curious and airheaded but at the same time kind and compassionate. She is very attached to Lotto and prefers to remain by his side, as well as her appearance in the game being exclusively attached to his (unless it is Lotto himself who uses her appearance).
- Casanova Wannabe: To get on hot girl good side he will do anything - including instant betrayal of his friends - despite that (or rather because of that) said girl would avoid him as much as possible
- Chivalrous Pervert: The panty watcher. If it's chivalrous that he'll ditch his teammates in battle if they're fighting a cute girl, that is.
- Combat Medic: Though he's more of a bruiser than a healer.
- Dirty Coward: Boromir's scampering from a fight can go beyond pathetic sometimes. Never judge him as a man not willing to use his allies as a meat shield!
- Four Philosophy Ensemble: The Apathetic or The Conflicted
- Lovable Coward: When he's not being its inverse. It's not infrequently that he's been known to hide behind a rock during a fight, but with team members like his you can hardly blame him.
- Mighty Glacier: His master level hammer's weight makes it glacially slow, but once it connects it can either deliver a massive damage to a single target or deal a wide area of damage.
- Only Sane Man: Of Team Triple Threat when the other two original members fall into...uh...unstoppable killing rage. His natural cowardice means he's only middlingly effective. Party dynamics mean things often go much like this bit from chapter one:
Lotto: (ensconced in a pillar of fire) HA HA HA HA HA HA HA! DESTROY EVERYTHING!
Boromir: What!? That punk Gun is at it again! Tell him to stop, Woon-Suk!
Adol: (mauling something to death with his bare hands) Shut up, I'm busy right now.
- Prince Charming Wannabe: All the way.
Other Mainland Players
A companion and owner of John who she has a deep crush on, Rapha strongest characteristic is her complete devotion and protectivness towards her guardian, aside from that she is an emotional girl and is easy to provoke or burst into tears.
- A-Cup Angst
- Came Back Wrong: Resurrected as a Phantom - courtesy of Ilban who did it For the Evulz
- Status Buff: speciality of the Cleric class
- Yandere:Usually only deredere for John but God help you if you ever happen to kill her beloved or hold his life in your hands, Rapha will do ANYTHING to protect him and in the event this failed she would curse you for the rest of your life and made sure to remind you of it Every. Single. Day.
A younger ice mage who is introduced as a Jerkass
using game loopholes
to frame, rob, kill, and extort other players (with a particular grudge toward the ones that became famous during the city defense in the Demon War) in order to get money for his gaming fees.
- Bratty Half-Pint: Moreso in both respects than the protagonist.
- Character Development: Initially thanks to tutelage from Lotto of all people, and later due to an extremely traumatic (and near fatal) confrontation with Jaeha that almost made him stop playing. Somewhat gets over his fears thanks to Phuan, who partnered with him (bullying him into it a little) and even pays for part of his gaming expenses.
- Couldn't Find a Pen: On at least one occasion Yureka given Jang a Game Over by writing on a wall with his crushed body.◊
- Evil Counterpart: If Aradon is Lotto's Rival, Jijon Jang is the personification of most immoral traits.
- For the Evulz: The kid doesn't need an excuse to be a jerk.
- Heel Realization: Has a minor one.
- Ice Person: As a mage Jijon Jang specializes in using ice magic.
- Jerk Ass: Compared to him Lotto comes out as a saint, at the moment of his introduction (and for a long time after that) he acts on nothing but ambition, greed and jealousy.
- Karma Houdini: Subverted. While he ends up as a somewhat likeable character despite all the evil things he has done he almost died before it by having a close encounter with an evil far greater than his own petty Jerkassery.
- Loophole Abuse: Was very fond of using them to frame and kill other players.
- Marshmallow Hell: Due to his small height and running without looking in front of him unintentionally given himself this with both Lotto-controlled Yureka and real-life Phuan, they both didn't thought much of it but he still was PK-ed by Yukera and mugged (and later kidnapped into teaming with her) by Phuan.
- Running Gag: Whenever he talks back to Yureka (controlled by Lotto) a "- NOW LOADING -" screen appears informing us that he was just killed (again).
- Schemer: More this than Lotto's Chessmaster/Guile Hero/Manipulative Bastard.
- Serial-Killer Killer: PKkills for profit and the lulz.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: During her travels with Jang and Crunade she was acting Ditzy and politely however once Jaeha kidnapped Jang and it was up to Mirenne to stall the pursuit she started acting like a brutal, foulmouthed backstabber.
- Gender Reveal: While on the net Mirenne talks like a girl and looks very much like one it turns out that in real life she is actually a guy who learned how to hack his character data to make it look like a girl that he couldn't become in real life.
- Kick the Dog: Was almost killed by the person s/he admired and trusted the most for no other reason than "I just have to kill someone and you are here"
- One-Hit Kill: Her schtick is a low attack power countered by a high chance of striking a critical hit.
- Playful Hacker: Mirenne developed hacking skills so she could change her character to be female, a pretty big contrast to the other major hacking characters. Her exploring the limits of the Net is exemplified by things like her making Jang-Gun's avatar taller for the bar negotiation without him asking. (Up to interpretation whether it was a favor, just to screw with him, or both.)
- Team Healer: She is a priest so she can heal others. At least if they have enough time to wait for her low skill to do the job
- The Mole: Mirenne was Jaeha's plant in Lotto's makeshift (though not as thrown-together as he thought) group in the contest between her an Elca.
- An Axe to Grind
- Big Eater: Is eating something practically at all times.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: A mild example - on the surface he appears as rather slow thinker but while it may or may not be true that he is not very fast he keeps thinking about the problem until he figures it out. He also apparently memorized tons of information in order to already have it on hand if the time is too short for him to figure it out by himself.
- Mr. Exposition: Some key words (usually names of people or places) may prompt him into delivering a quick encyclopedia-like explanation about the topic at hand (whether the question was directed at him or even whether it was a question at all doesn't seem to be much of a factor in causing him to do this). This habit is at odds with his non-vocal behavior and sometimes makes other people surprised or even shocked.
- No Social Skills: Is not very good at communicating with other peaople and usually prefers to follow someone else orders rather than participate in making a group decisions.
- Reverse Mole: More or less. Though not acting as a villain, he was supposed to be a random player in Lotto's party but was instead revealed to be an agent of Elca, sent to help Lotto.
- Stone Wall: His defense is so strong that it takes a lot of blows just to hurt him. His attack power, however, is very weak.
- The Quiet One: Didn't speak for chapters after his introduction.
Alpha / Beta / Delta / Gamma / Omega (Wunha)
Ah-Dol's older brother and an acquaintance of Jang-Gun. He runs a Net cafe.
- Aloof Big Brother: Alpha attempts to be unable to care less about his younger brother's actions, and when not drawn into bickering, threat exchanges and throat-tearing, succeeds admirably. Enough to irritate Adol, at least. He's been known to throw fights that were a matter of pride to Adol, much to the latter's shame and chagrin.
- Barefisted Monk
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: He sure is quirky, (and gets hung up on being a ninja,) but that's part of why he's one of the most powerful players in the game.
- Confusion Fu: His original primary fighting technique.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: His in-game traits that stands out the most are his ridiculous behavior and non-existent naming ability which instantly blows his cover whenever he tries to pretend he is someone else (which is most of the time), despite that his knowledge of in-game mechanics is second only to the people from gaming companies (and not all of them) while his hacking abilities come close to those of a virtual killers. Similar in real life at first glance he is a cheerful cyber-cafee clerk who is often unable to control situation in his own shop but his knowledge of things ranging from inner workings of large companies to the existence of cyber-assassins is downright frightening and makes one wonder how and why is he amassing such wast amounts of information about things that normal people shouldn't know about at all...
- Jack-of-All-Trades / Renaissance Man: This is his approach to Lost Saga, earning him the custom class "Ranger."
- Master of None: His diverse skill-gaining has prevented him from achieving master level in any single category.
- Ranger: Wun-ha masters the intermediate skills of many classes, leaving him effectively master-level several times over without having reached this distinction in any class. There being no category for this, Il-Ban, the oldest player in the game (no, he hasn't been playing the longest...he's just old) and master-level anti-priest, dubs him member of a new class, Alpha the Ranger. Wun-ha is put out by this (he wanted to be a Ninja and sticks to one class at a time (mostly) thereafter.
The Fallen Angels / The Lovely Angels
In real life a pair of pop singers called the Lovely Angels, the Lee sisters are master-level thieves who use the Net as an escape, where they style themselves the treasure-hunting pair the Fallen Angels. Introduced as casual victims seeking revenge on the original Team Triple Threat, they are now uneasy allies with Lost Saga's other powerful players.Tropes common to the Angels:
- Character Development: In regards to her Extreme Doormat entry.
- Extreme Doormat: According to Slayan, anyway, in regards to making decisions without her sister. One way or another she has taken it to heart, and is going ahead with more of her own decisions.
- Invisibility Cloak: Or to be precise scarf, it is her master level item that allows the wearer to become completely invisible
Muria, a.k.a. "Medusa" (Munsuk)
A player working as a game moderator for Dexon. Has an old rivalry with Team Triple Threat. For...some reason
- The Beastmaster: As a player outside of her capacity in her job for Dexon.
- Berserk Button: Doesn't like the nickname "Medusa" that Team Triple Threat gave to her.
- Noodle Incident: Whenever Muria met Team Triple Threat, either she would get irritated by their presence or they would run away calling her "Medusa" fearing for their lives. In the Demon King Arc she remembers that before she was a GMPC TTT randomly found and destroyed the stable she kept full of beloved monsters for the EXP. Said incident gave her a Heroic RROD until she decided to try and get revenge on them for it.
- Punch Clock Villain: Her role in the Demon arc.
- Stripperific: Her demon outfit was supposed to make her look like a threatening badass but some male players saw it differently.
The party's semi-frequent sometimes-useful always-hilarious addition.
Introduced as a mysterious formidable sniper
who played against Lotto in Force Recon, he impressed Lotto by nailing him with an improbable headshot and was impressed by Lotto when he won the game anyway
. An acquaintance of Wun-Ha via the Net Cafe, he later encountered the protagonists in Lost Saga, where he's basically a sniper with a bow. He's since joined the loosely connected ranks of strong players, and sometimes forms a party with Aradon and Hata.
Any non-players seen around the Net. For Yureka, refer to Team Triple Threat.
NPCs used by Dexon:
A cheerful shopkeeper in Lost Saga whose wares are mostly low-level items, she nevertheless sees traffic from competent players due to her personality.
A guardian AI used by Rapha. He is silent, strong and fiercely loyal to his mistress to the point of being completely willing to die for her (to Rapha own horror), thanks to their cooperation and Rapha protective attachment to him he reached 94 level (which is almost unheard of for AI guardians that cannot respawn after death) and when buffed by his mistress he is more that a match for all but the strongest of players and monsters. Aside from being her assassin class companion in the game John also serves as her electronic assistant in the real world.
- Artificial Intelligence
- Grew Beyond Their Programming: Another example of an AI who functions outside of his programmed capacity
- Killed Off for Real: Rapha greatest fear that many times brought her to a brink of emotional breakdown. Luckily so far due to his skills and her buffs, sacrifices and occasional intimidation of others he survived everything they went through
An NPC first introduced during the Demon War where he served as one of the Four Devas of the Demon King. Later, he reappears with different name as a player who took the top position in the Dragon Lands. It is revealed at some point that he, just like Yureka, is an advanced self-aware A.I. created by Jaeha.
- Bad Ass: Was the toughest and most dangerous of the Four Devas and after appearing in the Dragon Lands he rose to a postinion of number 1 just by defeating PK'ers that challenged him (he for sure won against Jigo, Phuan, Sydus, Whan and most likely Ilban). If that was not impressive enough on it's own he was capable of completely overwhelming Elca in her full battle mode on her killer tool and the only reason he did not finish her few seconds into the combat was because she was unkillable and could continue fighting no matter how skillfuly and hard she was hit.
- Non-Player Character: Used as one in the Demon War event.
- Perfect-Play A.I.: The main reason why he was basically unbeatable during the Demon King arc and the Dragon Lands arc was that he could read a player's movement and counteract accordingly. Unfortunately, Elca found a way around this.
- Promoted to Playable
- Spell My Name with an "S": Has it especially bad in every pseudonym.
- The Stoic
- Super Speed: Uses it similarly to Yureka, but with bare-handed fighting.
- Bigger Bad
- Breath Weapon: His Breath Attack is so absurdly powerful that it is basically an unstopable WaveMotionGun◊
- Curb-Stomp Battle: What he delivers to any and all that dare to fight back (not that he would spare them if they surrendered).
- Deader Than Dead: What happens to anything that is killed by any of his attacks (save from spells reflected from him), not only resurrection doesn't workj but even the data of the killed characters and NPC is erased from servers.
- Hopeless Boss Fight: All attacks, both physical and magical, directed at him either do not do any damage or worse are reflected back where they came from, in turn his attacks are unblocable and can inflict damage even on targets that are supposed to be immortal and this damage cannot be healed or regenerated in any way, also anything killed by him is out of the game for good without the possiblity of ressurrection or respawn.
- One-Hit Kill:
- The End of the World as We Know It: Accomplishing this is apparently his goal for the world of Lost Saga
- The Juggernaut: As unstopable as they come
- Sealed Evil in a Can: One that Lotto REALLY shouldn't open
The fairy who embodies Basara
. He's the only one who can see her, so their discussions are certainly strange for other characters to watch.The testy spirit of Basara's BFS
Employees of Dexon:
Tropes common to all employees playing parts in Lost Saga:
- Enemy Mine: He was supposed to be the Big Bad of the Demon War, then Demon God was unleashed and started indiscriminately killing everyone Deader Than Dead forcing Demon King to forget about his role and ally with the players.
- Punch Clock Villain: Playing the villain of a major game event, he's an employee from Dexon.
Other ProgramsThose not part of other groups.
The General, a.k.a Lotto (AI)
An enigmatic bartender.
General tropes associated with most characters from Dragonlands:
A master-level anti-priest and the oldest player of Lost Saga.
Ranked second in the Dragon Lands
Ranked 3rd in the Dragon Lands with 23.00.0000 gold bounty on his head
Ranked 4th in Dragon Lands with a 22.000.000 bounty on his head
One of the Dragon Ladns PK'ers ranked 5th from the top, has a strong crush on Whan but he doesn't seem to be aware of that.
Ranked 6th iamongst Dragon Lands PK-ers
- Bad Ass: He is ranked 6th out of all the Dragon Lands PK-ers so this status is a given
- Badass Bystander: Unlike most of the rest Dragon Land ihabitants he doesn't have a habit of picking fights with others and prefers to sit things out, this behaviour sometimes makes one forget that if dragged into conflict he can Curb Stomp any out of about 99.99% other players.
- Battle Couple: with Remy
- Deadpan Snarker: Act as one mostly towards Remy which often gets him into trouble.
- The Stoic: Aside from occasional threats from his wife, very little fazes him.
Ranked 7th among the Dragon Land PK-ers
PKer from the Dragon Lands ranked 8th from the top; has a unrequited crush on Phuan, with whom he formerly partnered. He is a skilled programmer and developed and spread his own hack called "Checker," which allows its users to detect hacks used by other players. (His own version of that program also includes some other special anti-hacker functions.) Has a deep dislike of those who use hacks to cheat in game.
- Ascended Extra: When he initially appeared he did not look like someone who will have any importance beyond current arc but then he started reappearung both in-game and in real world becoming more of a genuine supporting character
- Black and White Morality: Heavily implied: he is a White Hat Hacker who hacks only for the benefit of players; Jang-Gun talks him into full support in a dangerous real life matter by saying that abandoning the project would be "against his beliefs," which Ji-Hoon ruefully concedes.
- Cold Sniper / Friendly Sniper
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Notable in getting the ball rolling by being completely defeated when Slayan decided to work his way up through the Dragon Lands. A Curb-Stomp Battle heralding a string of Curb Stomp Battles, you could say.
- Foil: As a Net presence to The Cracker.
Iruhan: "Don't you trust me?"
Tablen: "I barely believe 50% of what you say."
A Witch who act as an unofficial jury for ranking Dragon Lands Pkers
Three Black Stars: Daia, Omega, Goshu
Three PK-ers from Dragon Lands, each of them by himself counts as a rank A bounty but since they are always acting as a team of three the can be counted as a rank S bounty worth a total of 18,000,000 gold.
- Butt Monkeys: They are actualy pretty strong and as a team could be ranked in the Top 20 of the Dragon Lands, unfortunately for them each time we see them they have a run-in with someone so out of their league that s/he doesn't even thinks of them as a worthwhile prey after mopping the floor with them..
Dunhil & Raison
Two PK'ers from Dragon Lands that sit on the beach waiting for any inexperienced newcomers to kill. While this appears to be a fairly succesful routine pretty much the only screentime they've got are the moments when they are trying their stunt on people they really shouldn't mess with (like Alpha, Yureka or Ah-Dol and Boromir) or just being handed the short end of the stick by a far more powerful PK-er (like Phuan) steamrolling over them.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: They expected their fights with Yureka, Ah-Dol and Borimr, and earlier Aplpha to be short, while they were right about the lenght of the battle they were very wrong about who will be the one standing at the end.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Is it Raison or Reason?
Yureka's Creator (Jaeha)
Yureka's creator, from who the AI derives her appearance and personality
. After her first appearance in the early chapters, she was a complete mystery for hundreds of chapters
, so her every trait is a spoiler. A hacking prodigy, Jaeha created both Yureka and Ijoyen with a Brain Uploading method she developed, revolutionary technology which has turned all involved into targets
, making her personally responsible for Yureka
's Myth Arc
- Ax-Crazy: This never really was a part of her personality but she tried very hard to become this in order to earn Elca's approval. It did not end well.
- Bad Ass: Her hacking and programing skills are on a whole another level even compared to Elca, the only thing making her less scary than her mentor was her inexperience with combat and emotional vulnerability that was preventing her from killing.
- Becoming the Mask: Impersonating her unexpectedly prevalent AI has left her with some identity issues.
- Berserk Button: Calling her "Yureka" is a good way of pissing her off, calling her "Fake Yureka" is a good way of getting killed.
- Broken Bird: Her becoming a hacker, Hunter and a Killer in training was a result of her Dark and Troubled Past
- Confusion Fu: Ban utterly dominated both Yureka and Ijoyen with his superior ability of predicting their moves by reading their minds (sort of, it was a little more comlicated than that) but the second Jaeha took over her movements became completely unreadable for him. Whether it was due to her superior knowledge of his ability (she was the one who originaly invented and programmed it) or the fact that her mind was too warped for him to comprehend was never explained.
- Dark Action Girl: when working in-game.
- Dark and Troubled Past: When Jaeha was still a child her family was driven into bankruptcy by a man who profited from crushing those weaker than him. Her parents, seeing no way out committed suicide, in which they tried to include Jaeha.
- Despair Event Horizon: Was most likely balancing on its edge since the moment of her parents suicide but was ultimately pushed over it when in short succession she was rejected by the boy she loved because he liked her double more than anyone ever liked Jaeha, then was pushed by her bet with Elca to go over the Moral Event Horizon and finally faced the choice of either killing Lotto or giving up on becoming a Killer, her only goal in life. In the aftermath of this event Jaeha ended up half-comatose pretending even for herself that she is Yureka.
- Freudian Trio: With her two artificial offshoots. Jaeha is the ego, Ijoyen is the very clearheaded superego (remember that Jaeha's conscious goal for a while was to quash her emotions), and Yureka is the impulsively friendly id.
- Friendless Background: For a very long time the only person she was close with was Elca but they were both too broken to openly form a frienship (and almost ended up killing each other despite being aware of how important the other one is to them), then she met Lotto and ended up being fascinated with him only to be informed that he not only is not interested in her but also doesn't want to see her ever again note . When Elca lead Jang-Gun into Jaeha apartment she commented that he is probably the first guest ever to come there.
- Fusion Dance: With Yureka and Ijoyen. Fusion variety.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Switched places with Lotto and took Elca's hand through her heart to save him.
- Moral Event Horizon: Attempted to cross one in order to prove herself to Elca but it destroyed her both emotionaly and mentally along with almost getting her killed.
- Naked First Impression: The first time Jang-Gun met her he walked into the room where she was taking her scan in the nude, surprisingly enough it was Jaeha who seemed amused by this while Jang-Gun was the one really embarassed.
- No Name Given
- Not Good with Rejection: She was something of a Stalker with a Crush before she was rejected, afterwards things gotten much, much worse.
- Redemption Equals Death: How she tried to make up for the killing spree she started.
- Replacement Goldfish: Tried to become this to Lotto by pretending she is a rebooted version of Yureka (after she destroyed the original) but Lotto rejected her because he was only interested in Yureka and not her look-alike.
- Split Personality: Once Lotto connected with comatose Jaeha's consciousness he discovered that after going through Despair Event Horizon and passing Moral Event Horizon Jaeha started not just acting like Yureka but also actually beliving that she is Yureka and attempts at making her realise and admit who she really is are only making her withdraw even deeper to the point where she shuts herself off completely. To make things even more confusing supressing Yureka did not make Jaeha want to come out of her mental shell but instead revealed that there is a third personality - Ijoyen. At this point it is difficult to say whether the connection to the net caused both of the A.I. created by Jaeha from parts of her own personality to return their experiences to her and causing this dissorder artificialy or whether those are actual parts of Jaeha own personality note that manifest themselves while she is unable to cope with her own identity.
- It may be worth mentioning that Lotto pointed out that all thre of those personalites are importnant parts of a single whole, however even though Lotto started to come to terms with it and was ready to accept Jaeha with all of her personalities "Jaeha" herself is unwilling to accept his feelings if they are directed at both her and her "Yureka" persona at the same time and the feeling is mutual on "Yureka" part (no one seems to care about Ijoyen).
- Stalker with a Crush: Depending on how you interpret her actions she may be eiher a very tragic Broken Bird whom only hope of salvation from the darkness comes from unrequited love or a very creepy stalker note
- Teen Genius: As a first (and possibly the only so far) person in the world she invented a method to create True A.I. and she done it all by herself.
- Walking Spoiler: We just haven't marked them all yet.
Elca (Seol Hee)
- Assassin: She is one of the hackers known (to those few that are aware of their existance) as Killers and Hunters - Killers are people who perform their kills by attacking victims in virtual reality (and making real body die from hypnotic suggestion or enough pain induced trauma), Hunters are those who act as bodyguards and avengers against killers (and use the same methods to fight). Both basically do the same and so whether one is at any given point of time a Hunter or a Killer depends mostly on who is paying them and for what.
- Ax-Crazy: In her battle mode literaly crazy and to a frightening degree.
- Ax-Crazy: When she's using her Killer Tool. It eliminates the threat of pain, but completely saps her self control as a side effect.
- She uses her Killer Tool to change which area of the brain is affected by an injury and feels pleasure instead. If you combine this with the fact that only pain can affect her actual body this makes her not only completely Ax-Crazy but also, to an extent, immortal.
- Bad Ass: While majority of the cast count as this only as a game characters Elca is a real assassin and is considered to be one of the top three in the country.
- Break the Cutie: Once Jaeha started to recover some of her cheerfulnes by watching Lotto Elca gave her several pushes that sent her friend down the slippery slope right into the jaws of Despair Event Horizon. (Granted, this was the last thing Elca wanted but the fact remains that once events were done with her Jaeha was in a coma, convinced that she became a mass murderer and was using her Split Personality to hide herself from everyone thinking that no one would accept her now).
- Combat Sadomasochist: Her Killer Tool converts pain, meant to deter killers, into pleasure, so much so that it functions like a drug.
- Death Glare: Once she becomes serious she often throws one around, also it seems that Lotto is very adept at earning this (and worse) by unintentionaly pushing her Berserk Buttons.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Elca put Jaeha to a Cross the Moral Event Horizon test in order to make her realize that the job of a Killer really isn't for her, unfortunately while she guessed her friend emotional vulnerability right she misjudged her equally strong desperation to become one and as a result Jaeha became completely unhinged and went on a random killing spree only to realize the gravity of her deeds and choose Heroic Sacrifice (sorta) option imediatly afterwards.
- Nigh-Invulnerability: To kill someone for real in virtual reality you need to use hack that makes them feel pain and then inflict enough of it to make their body die from trauma. Whenever Elca suffers an injury in her battle mode she feels pleasure instead...
- The Tease: After she invited Jang-Gun to Jaeha house she stripped herself and taken a shower, though it's hard to tell whether she has done that in order to make Jang-Gun squirm or simply because she had not cared about the situation (In which case it could be counted more as her lacking in social skills).
A low-level worker for Dexon and friend of Wun-Ha's, he skirts just close enough to the serious Corrupt Corporate Executives
to act as an inside source.
Da-Bin's (Rapha's) father
- The Faceless: his face is always hidden in shadow, unlike most other users of this trope he appears to have his face somwhere dim (like under the table) for the sole reason of having his dauther lash out at him for being a madman. Funny thing is (for the reader) that he doesn't do it on purpose, sad thing is (for the father) that he doesn't do it on purpose...