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* FoeRomanceSubtext: His encounters with Negi becoming more and more romantically charged each time they meet. Eventually, it reaches the point where Negi's other rivals for his affection worry about the extra competition.



* ArchNemesis: She does not appear to care about what CE is doing at present, but bears a heavy grudge against Rakan and only talks about how much she wants to kill him, but Secundum won't let her act on her own agenda.

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* ArchNemesis: ArchEnemy: She does not appear to care about what CE is doing at present, but bears a heavy grudge against Rakan and only talks about how much she wants to kill him, but Secundum won't let her act on her own agenda.



* OralFixation: In casual moments she always seems to be eating something.

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* OralFixation: In casual moments moments, she always seems to be eating something.


* EvilAlbino: A white-haired, pale-skinned guy who acts as one of the main villains of the series.


* KidWithTheLeash: He has to order Tsukuyomi not to pointlessly kill people or otherwise there would be significantly more bloodshed.


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* KidWithTheLeash: He has to order Tsukuyomi not to pointlessly kill people or otherwise there would be significantly more bloodshed.


* CurbStompBattle :He and Quintum are both defeated in the span of a single chapter each despite supposedly being as powerful as Fate.

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* CurbStompBattle :He CurbStompBattle: He and Quintum are both defeated in the span of a single chapter each despite supposedly being as powerful as Fate.



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* PrettyInMink: She wears a fur-trimmed coat.



The mage who filled the position of the fire mage in Cosmo Entelecheia twelve years before the story. Her ppearance does not seem to correspond with any previous models, though like the others, her name still indicates her true nature. Oddly, though, unlike the latin names of the others, hers is Japanese.

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The mage who filled the position of the fire mage in Cosmo Entelecheia twelve years before the story. Her ppearance does not seem to correspond with any previous models, though like the others, her name still indicates her true nature. Oddly, though, unlike the latin names of the others, hers is Japanese.
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* ArchNemesis: She does not appear to care about what CE is doing at present, but bears a heavy grudge against Rakan and only talks about how much she wants to kill him, but Secundum won't let her act on her own agenda.



* OddNameOut: Oddly enough, unlike the Latin names of the other Cosmo Entelecheia constructs, hers is Japanese.



* PointyEars: She has long and pointed ears.



* {{Revenge}}: Does not appear to care about what CE is doing at present, but bears a heavy grudge against Rakan and speaks of him in an incredibly rude manner. Reasons still unknown but suspected to be due to Rakan killing the previous CE fire mage, to which she may be related.



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* KillAndReplace: He killed a senator of Megalomesembria who was allied with Ala Rubra and used a magic charm to take his appearance. Somehow, Nagi [[IdiotHero of all people]] managed to see right through his disguise immediately.



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* PosthumousCharacter: [[spoiler:Killed by Tertium long before the story. However, see the top of the page.]]



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* DreadfulMusician: Her violin apparently doesn't sound all that great. Doesn't stop it from being extremely deadly.

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* DreadfulMusician: Her violin apparently doesn't sound all that great. [[InstrumentOfMurder Doesn't stop it from being extremely deadly.]]



* InstrumentOfMurder: Her violin.



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%%* CuteMonsterGirl

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%%* CuteMonsterGirl* CuteMonsterGirl: She looks like cute young girl with large horns in her head and a big dragon tail.



* GoingCommando: WordOfGod says that it's because her tail is too big for her to be able to wear panties, and that her entire race has this issue.

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* FacialMarkings: She has a heart-shaped tattoo in her forehead.
* GoingCommando: WordOfGod Akamatsu says that it's because her tail is too big for her to be able to wear panties, and that her entire race has this issue.



* PointyEars: She has long, pointy ears.



* PointyEars: She has long, pointy ears.




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* ArcVillain: He's one in his own mini-arc where he kidnaps some of Negi's students to motivate him to fight him seriously. After Negi defeats him, Herrmann is never seen or mentioned again for the rest of the series.




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* BlobMonster: Of the SlimeGirl (duh) variety.



%%* GirlishPigtails: Slime
%%* HairDecorations: Slime.
%%* IdiotHair: Amee and Slime.

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%%* * GirlishPigtails: Slime
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Slime's SuperDeformed form has a twin-tail hairstyle because it's cute.
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HairDecorations: Slime.
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Slime has hair ribbons in her SuperDeformed form.
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IdiotHair: Both Amee and Slime.Slime have a cowlick in their SuperDeformed form.



%%* {{Meganekko}}: Amee.

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%%* * {{Meganekko}}: Amee.Amee takes the form of a SuperDeformed cute girl with glasses.



* SlimeGirl: They're little {{Blob Monster}}s capable of assuming the forms of SuperDeformed cute girls.



%%* TaremeEyes: Amee
%%* TomboyishPonytail: Amee
%%* TsurimeEyes: Slime


The mage who filled the position of the fire mage in Cosmo Entelecheia twelve years before the story. Appearance does not seem to correspond with any previous models, though likes the others her name still indicates her true nature. Oddly, though, unlike the latin names of the others, hers is Japanese.

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The mage who filled the position of the fire mage in Cosmo Entelecheia twelve years before the story. Appearance Her ppearance does not seem to correspond with any previous models, though likes like the others others, her name still indicates her true nature. Oddly, though, unlike the latin names of the others, hers is Japanese.


* AntiVillain: The most sympathetic of the girls.

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* AntiVillain: The most sympathetic of the girls.girls working for Fate.



* TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody: Like Albireo, Shiori's artifact turns her into a perfect copy of someone, right down to their memories and personality. Instead of merely impersonating the other person, the illusion becomes like a split personality with a mind of its own. Shiori's consciousness is still somewhat present, but she's in danger of forgetting herself.

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* TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody: Like Albireo, Shiori's artifact turns her into a perfect copy of someone, right down to their memories and personality. Instead of merely impersonating the other person, the illusion becomes like a split personality SplitPersonality with a mind volition of its own. Shiori's consciousness is still somewhat present, but she's in danger of forgetting herself.herself if she stays undercover for too long.


* OffWithHisHead: Nagi defeated them by smashing their head into pieces with a single punch.

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* OffWithHisHead: Nagi defeated them NotQuiteDead: The Ala Rubra movie made it look like the Lifemaker was killed by smashing Nagi. We later find out that wasn't exactly it; [[spoiler:after their head into pieces with a single punch.current body was killed, the Lifemaker took over Zect's body]]. Towards the end of the Magic World arc, the Lifemaker shows up alive in the battlefield [[spoiler:and they are revealed to be controlling Nagi's body]].



* YourHeadASplode: Nagi defeated them by smashing their head into pieces with a single punch.



* PosthumousCharacter: Presumed.



%%* ElegantGothicLolita:

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%%* ElegantGothicLolita:* ElegantGothicLolita: She wears a dark gothic lolita style dress that comes with a few ribbons and long gloves.



* RapunzelHair: Her hair reaches past her waist.

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* RapunzelHair: Her hair reaches past her waist.hips.



* ButtMonkey: He's constantly punched in the face and thrown around in a [[Manga/LoveHina Keitaro-like]] undignified way. [[{{Jerkass}} And he deserves all of it.]]

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* ButtMonkey: TheChewToy: He's constantly punched in the face and thrown around in a [[Manga/LoveHina Keitaro-like]] undignified way. [[{{Jerkass}} And he deserves all of it.]]



* HimeCut: Fitting her ElegantGothicLolita theme; passing on the other "traditional" and "calm and dignified" themes.

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* HimeCut: Fitting She has blunt bangs, shoulder-length sidelocks, and classic length straight hair. It suits her ElegantGothicLolita theme; passing on fashion sense, but her PsychoForHire character is a far cry from the other "traditional" and "calm and dignified" themes. personality aspects associated with the trope.



* ScarfOfAsskicking: She wears a scarf around her neck as part of her outfit in the Magical World arc.

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* ScarfOfAsskicking: ScarfOfAssKicking: She wears a scarf around her neck as part of her outfit in the Magical World arc.


* AntiMagic: It was due to Asuna wearing a device that makes him immune to magic. When the other girls take it off, [[SubvertedTrope he can be affected.]]
* BadassGrandpa: One of the oldest of asskickers in the early-manga.

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* AntiMagic: It was due to Asuna wearing a device that makes him immune to magic. When the other girls take it off, [[SubvertedTrope he can be affected.]]
* BadassGrandpa: One of the oldest of asskickers in the early-manga.
affected]].


* AlienBlood: On the rare occasions in which they've been made to bleed, the blood appears to be either clear or white. [[spoiler:Considering how they are formed, this ''may'' be raw magical energy, as evidenced by the fact that when destroyed they appear to blow into the same flower petals that Magic World residents are made of.]]
* AntiVillain: Their [[SarcasmMode evil]] plot is... [[spoiler: to save the world by putting everyone in a dream world so that they can survive TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt]].

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* AlienBlood: On the rare occasions in which they've been made to bleed, the blood appears to be either clear or white. [[spoiler:Considering Considering how they are formed, this ''may'' be raw magical energy, as evidenced by the fact that when destroyed they appear to blow into the same flower petals that Magic World residents are made of.]]
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* AntiVillain: Their [[SarcasmMode evil]] plot is... [[spoiler: is to save the world by putting everyone in a dream world so that they can survive TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt]].TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.



* DividedWeFall: [[spoiler:Ala Rubra and CE refused to work together. Ala Alba is trying to reach a compromise instead. And right as Negi convinces Fate to ''stop'' doing this, he gets... overruled.]]

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* DividedWeFall: [[spoiler:Ala Ala Rubra and CE refused to work together. Ala Alba is trying to reach a compromise instead. And right as Negi convinces Fate to ''stop'' doing this, he gets... overruled.]]



* FantasticRacism: {{Subverted|Trope}}. They erase races native to the Magic World not because they're racist, but because the demihumans are mere "illusions" created by the magic that sustains the Magic World in the alternate plane of Mars. When the Magic World collapses, the native races will all disappear with it, so they view what they do as MercyKill.



* TechnicalPacifist: Members of Cosmo Entelecheia avoid lethal force as much as they possibly can. Severe threats get an exception, but otherwise the no killing policy is strictly in place. [[spoiler:In fact, Quartum shows that even if they wanted to, they are in fact ''built'' to not be capable of intending to kill opponents that aren't a significant threat. However, this programming applies in such a way that Chachamaru is not considered alive, and if the target is sent to Cosmo Entelecheia upon death it's also okay, since that's what the group intends to do anyway.]]
* VillainousValor: [[spoiler:When Ala Alba is charging the Gravekeeper's palace, Cosmo Entelecheia is completely on the defensive and stalling for time as much as possible. They receive multiple beatdowns and some rather sympathetic portrayals, especially Shirabe and soon after, Fate himself.]]
* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler:All of the constructs apart from Fate, Secundum and Dynamis are quite lacking in development: They are brought in and swiftly disposed of. It actually happens ''twice'' to the Averrunci triplets.]]
* WellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler:The organization as a whole has a good goal, namely saving over a billion people. However, they want to do this by forcefully rewriting everyone into a paradise realm they cannot escape from. Yet they're trying not to hurt anyone if they can help it and the more human members seem to have genuine respect for their opponents and humanity as a whole.]]

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* TechnicalPacifist: Members of Cosmo Entelecheia avoid lethal force as much as they possibly can. Severe threats get an exception, but otherwise the no killing policy is strictly in place. [[spoiler:In In fact, Quartum shows that even if they wanted to, they are in fact ''built'' to not be capable of intending to kill opponents that aren't a significant threat. However, this programming applies in such a way that Chachamaru is not considered alive, and if the target is sent to Cosmo Entelecheia upon death it's also okay, since that's what the group intends to do anyway.]]
anyway.
* VillainousValor: [[spoiler:When When Ala Alba is charging the Gravekeeper's palace, Cosmo Entelecheia is completely on the defensive and stalling for time as much as possible. They receive multiple beatdowns and some rather sympathetic portrayals, especially Shirabe and soon after, Fate himself.]]
himself.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler:All All of the constructs apart from Fate, Secundum and Dynamis are quite lacking in development: They are brought in and swiftly disposed of. It actually happens ''twice'' to the Averrunci triplets.]]
triplets.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler:The The organization as a whole has a good goal, namely saving over a billion people. However, they want to do this by forcefully rewriting everyone into a paradise realm they cannot escape from. Yet they're trying not to hurt anyone if they can help it and the more human members seem to have genuine respect for their opponents and humanity as a whole.]]



* YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle: [[spoiler:Negi defeats Fate and the two of them agree to try Negi's plan, and it looks like the end of the arc...but then the Lifemaker shows up with every single member of the past three generations of Cosmo Entelecheia, and [[OhCrap he doesn't agree with Negi's plan]].]]
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* YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle: [[spoiler:Negi defeats Fate and the two of them agree to try Negi's plan, and it looks like the end of the arc...but then the Lifemaker shows up with every single member of the past three generations of Cosmo Entelecheia, and [[OhCrap he doesn't agree with Negi's plan]].]]
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Negi's ArchEnemy and the [[BigBad primary antagonist]] of the series. [[spoiler:Except hes TheDragon to Dynamis, though he's the stronger fighter]]. Basically [[TheSpock emotionless]] if not [[AffablyEvil vaguely polite]] outside of his [[{{Pride}} conceit]].\\

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Negi's ArchEnemy and the [[BigBad primary antagonist]] of the series. [[spoiler:Except hes TheDragon to Dynamis, though he's the stronger fighter]].A powerful Earth mage who repeatedly clashes with Negi. Basically [[TheSpock emotionless]] if not [[AffablyEvil vaguely polite]] outside of his [[{{Pride}} conceit]].\\



Often [[DeflectorShields defends with his shield magic]] rather than act offensively. Usually seeks to finish battles quickly by [[TakenForGranite petrifying his opponents]]. Skilled in both [[HermeticMagic Western]] and [[UsefulNotes/{{Onmyodo}} Eastern]] style spell-casting. Knows SupernaturalMartialArts.

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Often [[DeflectorShields defends with his shield magic]] rather than act offensively. Usually He usually seeks to finish battles quickly by [[TakenForGranite petrifying his opponents]]. Skilled in both [[HermeticMagic Western]] and [[UsefulNotes/{{Onmyodo}} Eastern]] style spell-casting. Knows SupernaturalMartialArts.



* AmbiguouslyGay: There's a very high level of FoeYay in his interactions with Negi. Tsukuyomi and even Dynamis call him out on it. Near the end of the series, he outright tells Negi's students that Negi already "belongs to him" [[spoiler:now that they're working on a {{Terraform}} project together]], which gets him the position of a love rival in the girls' eyes.

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* AmbiguouslyGay: There's a very high level of FoeYay AmbiguouslyBi: Fate's intense interest in his interactions with Negi. Tsukuyomi and even Dynamis call him out on it. Near Negi often comes across as a VillainousCrush, to the end of the series, he outright tells point Negi's students that Negi already "belongs to him" [[spoiler:now that they're working on a {{Terraform}} project together]], which gets harem views him the position of as a love rival in the girls' eyes.rival. It's also heavily implied that Fate had a small crush on Shiori's older sister.



* ArchEnemy: Surpassing and defeating Fate is one of Negi's main goals in the manga.



* BerserkButton: He's been trying to save the world for nearly twenty years, with a god and who knows how many other super-powerful/intelligent beings. [[spoiler:Do ''not '' think you can come up with a better answer than his in a ''day.'']]
* BigBad: Hes the leader of Cosmo Entelecheia. [[spoiler:[[DiscOneFinalBoss Or rather]], he seems to be.]]

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* BarrierWarrior: He often defends with his shield magic rather than act offensively.
* BerserkButton: He's been trying to save the world for nearly twenty years, with a god and who knows how many other super-powerful/intelligent beings. [[spoiler:Do Do ''not '' think you can come up with a better answer than his in a ''day.'']]
* BigBad: Hes the leader of Cosmo Entelecheia. [[spoiler:[[DiscOneFinalBoss Or rather]], he seems to be.]]
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* CerebusRetcon: His [[MustHaveCaffeine addiction to coffee]] has a sad story behind it. [[spoiler:Shiori's sister made him some apparently good coffee when she was taking care of him after he fell from the sky. When he went to visit her again, Fate found her wounded by humans that attacked her village. She got Rewritten by Secundum, he avenged her and lamented that he wouldn't be able to drink her coffee anymore. He apparently drinks so much coffee every day because he's trying to find one that tastes as good as the one Shiori's dead sister made.]]



* TheComicallySerious: At one point, he gets his arm cut off [[spoiler:by Tsukuyomi]]. He's not worried at all, since apparently, [[GoodThingYouCanHeal he can regenerate/reattach it perfectly well]], but his subordinates promptly freak the eff out. How does he try to calm them down? Use his severed arm to [[PetTheDog pat the head]] of Koyomi. All with a rather dead expression on his face. It's rather hilarious. Two of the other girls actually point this out:

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* TheComicallySerious: At one point, he gets his arm cut off [[spoiler:by Tsukuyomi]].by Tsukuyomi. He's not worried at all, since apparently, [[GoodThingYouCanHeal he can regenerate/reattach it perfectly well]], but his subordinates promptly freak the eff out. How does he try to calm them down? Use his severed arm to [[PetTheDog pat the head]] of Koyomi. All with a rather dead expression on his face. It's rather hilarious. Two of the other girls actually point this out:



* [[spoiler:DiscOneFinalBoss: Hes assumes to be the boss of Cosmo Entelecheia for most of the series, before its revealed hes working for Dynamis.]]

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* [[spoiler:DiscOneFinalBoss: Hes assumes CurtainsMatchTheWindow: Both his hair and eyes are silvery white.
* DiscOneFinalBoss: He's assumed
to be the boss of Cosmo Entelecheia for most of the series, before its it's revealed hes he's working for Dynamis.]]



* [[spoiler:DragonInChief: Though he appears to be the boss, he is in fact considered Dynamis' subordinate. That said, Dynamis is still not the boss either. The Lifemaker is simply incapacitated. Still, Fate acts as a more prominent antagonist than Dynamis, to the point [[DiscOneFinalBoss it's assumed he's the real boss]] for most of the series.]]

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* [[spoiler:DragonInChief: DragonInChief: Though he appears to be the boss, he is in fact considered Dynamis' subordinate. That said, Dynamis is still not the boss either. The Lifemaker is simply incapacitated. Still, Fate acts as a more prominent antagonist than Dynamis, to the point [[DiscOneFinalBoss it's assumed he's the real boss]] for most of the series.]]



* EvenEvilHasStandards: [[spoiler:Erases Secundum for [[KickTheDog terrorizing Shiori]] and [[StuffedInTheFridge erasing Shiori's big sister]].]]

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: [[spoiler:Erases Secundum for [[KickTheDog terrorizing Shiori]] and [[StuffedInTheFridge erasing In a flashback to his first meeting with Shiori, Fate instantly decapitates a fellow Averruncus after he [[spoiler:erases Shiori's big sister]].]]sister and]] tries to erase Shiori while laughing maniacally. His obvious reasoning? While they may be going about trying to erase the world, there's no need to be complete, utter assholes about it.



* FantasticRacism: Against the Mundus Magicus natives. He won't even acknowledge them as ''real'' and destroys them with a LackOfEmpathy. [[spoiler:Later subverted: He's trying to send everyone to a heaven-like dimension, because they would end up [[CessationOfExistence annihilated]] if left to their [[JustForPun fate]]. He views himself as a doll as well.]]
* TheFatalist: He states "puppets" like him [[spoiler:and most of the Magic World population]] cannot escape their fate and Cosmo Entelecheia's plan is the only way to salvation. It might be the reason why he chose 'Fate' as his name.
* AFatherToHisMen: FantasticRacism and [[EmotionlessBoy emotionless-ness]] aside, Fate seems to genuinely care about his subordinates.
* FinalBossPreview: Multiple times. First he shows up in the Kyoto arc and is clearly superior to Negi, but not amazingly so. Evangeline quickly forcing him to flee the battlefield only heightens the impression. But then he shows up at the gateport and utterly thrashes Ala Alba, showing that he's ''still'' way above Negi. After this comes another confrontation or two where Negi still can't match up. [[spoiler:However, by the end of the arc, Negi is more-or-less evenly matched with him.]]
* FlechetteStorm: He can summon [[DishingOutDirt stone]]/[[ExtraOreDinary metal]] spikes and blades.
* GhostMemory: [[spoiler:Tertium has Primum's memories, but he is not the same individual.]]

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* FantasticRacism: Against the Mundus Magicus natives. {{Expy}}: He won't even acknowledge them as ''real'' resembles Zero from Creator/KenAkamatsu's early work ''Manga/AILoveYou'' in both looks and destroys them with a LackOfEmpathy. [[spoiler:Later subverted: He's trying to send everyone to a heaven-like dimension, because they would end up [[CessationOfExistence annihilated]] if left to their [[JustForPun fate]]. He views himself as a doll as well.]]
personality.
* TheFatalist: He states "puppets" like him [[spoiler:and and most of the Magic World population]] population cannot escape their fate and Cosmo Entelecheia's plan is the only way to salvation. It might be the reason why he chose 'Fate' as his name.
* AFatherToHisMen: FantasticRacism and [[EmotionlessBoy emotionless-ness]] Emotionless-ness]] aside, Fate seems to genuinely care about his subordinates.
* FinalBossPreview: Multiple times. First First, he shows up in the Kyoto arc and is clearly superior to Negi, but not amazingly so. Evangeline quickly forcing him to flee the battlefield only heightens the impression. But then he shows up at the gateport and utterly thrashes Ala Alba, showing that he's ''still'' way above Negi. After this comes another confrontation or two where Negi still can't match up. [[spoiler:However, However, by the end of the arc, Negi is more-or-less evenly matched with him.]]
him.
* FlechetteStorm: He can summon [[DishingOutDirt stone]]/[[ExtraOreDinary stone]][=/=][[ExtraOreDinary metal]] spikes and blades.
* GhostMemory: [[spoiler:Tertium He has his predecessor Averruncus Primum's memories, but he is not the same individual.]]memories.



* TheHeavy: The most prominently featured villain in the series, he did start off the events of the Magical World arc and defeating him is Negi's goal for most the series. [[spoiler:Up until close the end, he's assumed to be the BigBad.]]
* HeelFaceDoorSlam: [[spoiler:Subverted, it was attempted but he survived and it was a successful [[HeelFaceTurn Turn]] instead.]]

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* TheHeavy: The most prominently featured villain in the series, he did start off the events of the Magical World arc and defeating him is Negi's goal for most the series. [[spoiler:Up until close series.
* HeelFaceTurn: At
the end, he's assumed to be end of the BigBad.]]
* HeelFaceDoorSlam: [[spoiler:Subverted, it was attempted but he survived and it was
Magic World arc, Negi convinces Fate that since both want to save the Magic World, they should be cooperating instead of fighting. [[spoiler:Fate then starts working with Negi in a successful [[HeelFaceTurn Turn]] instead.project to {{Terraform}} Mars for the following decades.]]



* JerkassHasAPoint: [[spoiler:Post HeelFaceTurn he tells Negi has more important things to do than deal with the love lives of his students. The jerk angle is played up, but he really ''is'' busy saving a billion people on a very tight schedule. And then the class [[TookALevelInJerkass goes completely overboard]], attacks him, attempts to mind control him, attacks his allies and for no better reason than feeling they deserve his attention.]]
* KickTheDog: Stabbing Negi in the back during the Gateport Incident. Also, [[spoiler:forcibly undoing Asuna's LaserGuidedAmnesia and causing her to go into an HeroicBSOD out of pure horror.]] Also, bitchslapping Nodoka after she [[spoiler:points out the hypocrisy of his actions and then offers him a chance to join the good guys and come back to Earth with them]].

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* JerkassHasAPoint: [[spoiler:Post HeelFaceTurn After the Magic World arc, he tells Negi has more important things to do than deal with the love lives of his students. The jerk angle is played up, but he really ''is'' busy saving a billion people on a very tight schedule. And then the class [[TookALevelInJerkass goes completely overboard]], attacks him, attempts to mind control him, attacks his allies and for no better reason than [[AttentionWhore feeling they deserve his attention.]]
* KickTheDog: KidWithTheLeash: He has to order Tsukuyomi not to pointlessly kill people or otherwise there would be significantly more bloodshed.
* KickTheDog:
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Stabbing Negi in the back during the Gateport Incident. Also, [[spoiler:forcibly gate port incident.
** Forcibly
undoing Asuna's LaserGuidedAmnesia and causing her to go into an HeroicBSOD out of pure horror.]] Also, bitchslapping horror.
** Bitchslapping
Nodoka after she [[spoiler:points points out the hypocrisy of his actions and then offers him a chance to join the good guys and come back to Earth with them]].them.



* MagicKnight: In contrast to [[spoiler:the other Averrunci]] Fate is apparently much more oriented towards brawling and physical power.
** Seems to be the shtick of earth magic: [[http://www.goodmanga.net/mahou_sensei_negima/chapter/316/11 "Physical Power"]]
* MajorInjuryUnderreaction: When [[spoiler:Tsukuyomi]] cuts his arm off, he's really not concerned about it at all.

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* MagicKnight: In contrast to [[spoiler:the the other Averrunci]] Averrunci, Fate is apparently much more oriented towards brawling and physical power.
** Seems to be the shtick of earth magic: [[http://www.goodmanga.net/mahou_sensei_negima/chapter/316/11 "Physical Power"]]
* MajorInjuryUnderreaction: When [[spoiler:Tsukuyomi]] Tsukuyomi cuts his arm off, he's really not concerned about it at all.



* MeaningfulRename: It's implied in his flashback that he chose to call himself 'Fate' to remind himself that there is no way for [[spoiler:the Magic World]] to escape its doomed destiny.

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* MeaningfulRename: It's implied in his flashback that he chose to call himself 'Fate' to remind himself that there is no way for [[spoiler:the the Magic World]] World to escape its doomed destiny.



* MoralityChain: He has to order Tsukuyomi not to pointlessly kill people or otherwise there would be significantly more bloodshed.



* MustHaveCaffeine: Fate has always been a big coffee drinker and drinks about seven cups of coffee a day. [[spoiler:It's also used in something of a sad scene in which Shiori's sister made him some apparently good coffee, he went back to work and had some terrible coffee and then when visiting her again found her wounded. She got Rewritten, he avenged her and noted that [[TragicKeepsake he won't be able to drink it anymore]].]]

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* MustHaveCaffeine: Fate has always been a big coffee drinker and drinks about seven cups of coffee a day. [[spoiler:It's also used in something of a sad scene in which Shiori's sister made him some apparently good coffee, he went back to work and had some terrible coffee and then when visiting her again found her wounded. She got Rewritten, he avenged her and noted that [[TragicKeepsake he won't be able to drink it anymore]].]]day.



* NothingPersonal: At first. It gets more and more [[ItsPersonal personal]] each time he fights Negi, until later he's declared himself [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou The Only One Allowed To Defeat Him]] [[spoiler:and went ''batshit '' on Tsukuyomi when she suggested she might kill Negi herself.]]
* NotSoStoic: [[spoiler:Negi finds his BerserkButton in Chapter 298. It's Negi claiming that he can make a better future]].



* TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou: Tertium attacks Quintum because Negi's students are ''his'' prey and he's royally pissed off. He became a threat again after he defeats Quintum.
* PassThePopcorn: Declares he will enjoy watching Negi struggle [[spoiler:when his students 'attack' him for not being considerate enough.]]

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* TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou: Tertium He goes ''batshit '' on Tsukuyomi when she suggested she might kill Negi herself. Fate also attacks Quintum because Negi's students are ''his'' prey and he's royally pissed off. He became a threat again after he defeats Quintum.
prey.
* PassThePopcorn: Declares he will enjoy watching Negi struggle [[spoiler:when when his students 'attack' him for not being considerate enough.]]



* PetTheDog:
** So what does the BigBad of the series do in his free time? Apparently he travels around saving war orphans, including all of his Pactio partners. Those who want to can work for him, and he insures that those who don't receive a proper education.
** He also gets a pet the dog moment in a flashback to [[spoiler:his first meeting with Shiori and her sister.]] He passes out [[spoiler:due to slight malfunction in his body caused by not being calibrated to be loyal or driven like most of the Averrunci]] and is picked up. [[spoiler:He is nursed back to health and bonds with them due to his love for coffee and Shiori's sister's talent for making it. The village they live in is later attacked by human soldiers and Shiori's sister is wounded and possibly raped. Secundum erases them leading to the pet the dog moment: Fate instantly decapitates him as he aims for Shiori.]] His obvious reasoning? [[EvenEvilHasStandards While they may be going about trying to erase the world, there's no need to be complete, utter assholes about it]] [[spoiler:like Secundum.]]
%%* PowerFloats

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* PetTheDog:
**
PetTheDog: So what does the BigBad of the series do in his free time? Apparently he travels around saving war orphans, including all of his Pactio partners. Those who want to can work for him, and he insures that those who don't receive a proper education.
** He also gets a pet the dog moment in a flashback to [[spoiler:his first meeting with Shiori and her sister.]] He passes out [[spoiler:due to slight malfunction in his body caused by not being calibrated to be loyal or driven like most of the Averrunci]] and is picked up. [[spoiler:He is nursed back to health and bonds with them due to his love for coffee and Shiori's sister's talent for making it. The village they live in is later attacked by human soldiers and Shiori's sister is wounded and possibly raped. Secundum erases them leading to the pet the dog moment: Fate instantly decapitates him as he aims for Shiori.]] His obvious reasoning? [[EvenEvilHasStandards While they may be going about trying to erase the world, there's no need to be complete, utter assholes about it]] [[spoiler:like Secundum.]]
%%* PowerFloats
education.



* RealityWarper: [[spoiler:He holds one of ''seven'' of the Grandmaster Keys to the Magical World. Only the Great Grandmaster Key, which created the Mundus Magicus in the first place, is more powerful.]]

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* RealityWarper: [[spoiler:He He holds one of ''seven'' seven of the Grandmaster Keys to the Magical World. Only the Great Grandmaster Key, which created the Mundus Magicus in the first place, is more powerful.]]



* ReiAyanamiExpy: A male example but he fits the bill. White hair, pale skin, blue eyes, EmotionlessBoy, NoSocialSkills, and an ArtificialHuman created by the main antagonist.

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* ReiAyanamiExpy: A male example example, but he fits the bill. White hair, pale skin, blue eyes, EmotionlessBoy, NoSocialSkills, and an ArtificialHuman created by the main antagonist.



* SeriousBusiness: Coffee. He drinks seven cups a day. In fact, he says he hates the British because they prefer tea ''and'' because they put milk in said tea. [[spoiler:[[TragicKeepsake He has good reasons for this]]]].

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* SeriousBusiness: Coffee. He drinks seven cups initiates a day. In fact, he says PassiveAggressiveKombat with Negi when having a drink together because he hates the British because they prefer tea ''and'' because they put fact that Negi puts milk in said tea. [[spoiler:[[TragicKeepsake He his tea and has good reasons for this]]]].the nerve to call coffee "muddy water".



* SpeciesSurname: His surname Averruncus is actually the name of his construct model.



* TeamDad: To his haremettes, several of whom [[ParentalSubstitute he seems to have literally raised.]]



%%* TeleportersAndTransporters



%%* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech:
* {{Tsundere}}: Appears to be Type A towards Negi [[spoiler:after his HeelFaceTurn]]. After [[spoiler:deciding to side with Negi]], his overtures of cooperation have generally been repeated statements along the lines of 'I'm not doing this for you or anything' and 'don't get the wrong idea, [[spoiler:I'm just trying to save the world.]]'
* TsurimeEyes: His eyes are very sharp.
* VillainForgotToLevelGrind: He says that he's never needed training and is surprised at Negi's rapid improvement. He's been as strong as he is now since the day he was born and fights Negi multiple times, but each time it's a closer and closer fight until [[spoiler:Negi is actually significantly stronger by their final fight. Negi actually has the advantage.]]

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%%* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech:
* TranquilFury: After Secundum erased [[spoiler:Shiori's older sister]], Fate beheaded him and blew up the still talking head while wearing his usual emotionless expression on his face.
* {{Tsundere}}: Appears to be Type A towards Negi [[spoiler:after his HeelFaceTurn]]. After [[spoiler:deciding deciding to side with Negi]], Negi [[spoiler:and cooperate in the {{Terraform}} plan]], his overtures of cooperation have generally been repeated statements along the lines of 'I'm not doing this for you or anything' and 'don't get the wrong idea, [[spoiler:I'm just trying to save the world.]]'
idea'.
* TsurimeEyes: His eyes are very sharp.
sharp, a sign of his unemotional and ruthless personality.
* VillainForgotToLevelGrind: He says that he's never needed training and is surprised at Negi's rapid improvement. He's been as strong as he is now since the day he was born and fights Negi multiple times, but each time it's a closer and closer fight until [[spoiler:Negi Negi is actually significantly stronger by their final fight. Negi actually has the advantage.]]



* WhiteHairBlackHeart: He has white hair and serves as the main villain [[spoiler:for a good part of the series]].

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* WhiteHairBlackHeart: He has white hair and serves as the main villain [[spoiler:for for a good part of the series]].series.



[[folder:The Lifemaker/Mage Of The Beginning (Spoiler Warning)]]

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[[folder:The Lifemaker/Mage Of The Beginning (Spoiler Warning)]]Beginning]]



* AllEncompassingMantle: They wear an all-encompassing BlackCloak.



* BigBad: Was this in the past, and resumes this position upon being freed.
* BlackCloak: A bit of a BadassLongRobe.
* BodySurf: [[spoiler:They have used at least four bodies: A male one that Evangeline destroyed, the androgynous and ''very'' girly one that Nagi beat, Zect and finally Nagi himself. There are also the implications that the Lifemaker turned Evangeline into a shinso to possibly use her body at a later date.]]
* CastingAShadow: Every time we've seen the Lifemaker use actual offensive magic, it's always been massive barrages of black shadow beam things. On top of that, [[spoiler:Dynamis confirmed [[DangerousForbiddenTechnique Magia Erebea]] had characteristics similar to the Lifemaker's own magics]].
* CreatingLife: The exact details are unclear, but they're not called the Lifemaker for nothing. [[spoiler:They created the Magic World, and who knows what else besides.]]
* DemonicPossession: [[spoiler:Appears to have possessed Zect. In the present, the Lifemaker is now possessing Nagi.]]
* TheDreaded: Ala Rubra gets very weak in the knees upon their introduction. [[spoiler: Nagi steps up to defeat them, however]].
* FallenHero: Strongly implied. [[spoiler:They're the one that created the Magical World and fits under the second distinction of the trope. Asuna describes them as 'a terrible and sorrowful person.' Indeed, they are the parent of the first mage in the Pactio system and founder of the line of Ostia, Amateru.[[note]]Not to be confused with Amaterasu.[[/note]]]]

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* BigBad: Was this in the past, and resumes this position upon being freed.
* BlackCloak: A bit of a BadassLongRobe.
* BodySurf: [[spoiler:They have used been shown using three bodies at least four bodies: A male one that Evangeline destroyed, different dates: the androgynous and ''very'' girly one that Nagi beat, Zect and finally Nagi himself. There are also the implications that the Lifemaker turned Evangeline into a shinso to possibly use her body at a later date.himself.]]
* CastingAShadow: Every time we've seen the Lifemaker use actual offensive magic, it's always been massive barrages of black shadow beam things. On top of that, [[spoiler:Dynamis Dynamis confirmed [[DangerousForbiddenTechnique Magia Erebea]] had characteristics similar to the Lifemaker's own magics]].
* CreatingLife: The exact details are unclear, but they're not called the Lifemaker for nothing. [[spoiler:They created the Magic World, and who knows what else besides.]]
magics.
* DemonicPossession: [[spoiler:Appears to have [[spoiler:They possessed Zect.Zect at the end of the war. In the present, the Lifemaker is now possessing Nagi.]]
* DestroyerDeity: The Lifemaker is essentially the god of the Magic World and the leader of the organization with the main goal of performing a ritual that will erase the Magic World before its inevitable collapse.
* DiabolusExMachina: Negi defeats Fate and the two of them agree to try Negi's plan, and it looks like the end of the arc... but then the Lifemaker shows up with every single member of the past three generations of Cosmo Entelecheia, and they don't agree with Negi's plan.
* TheDreaded: Ala Rubra gets very weak in the knees upon their introduction. [[spoiler: Nagi steps up to defeat them, however]].
however.
* FallenHero: Strongly implied. [[spoiler:They're EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: People only call them the one that created the Magical World and fits under the second distinction "Mage of the trope. Asuna describes them as 'a terrible and sorrowful person.' Indeed, Beginning" or "Lifemaker" because they are the parent creator of the first mage in Magic World.
* FounderOfTheKingdom: It's said that
the Pactio system and Lifemaker is the founder of the line Vespertatia Kingdom of Ostia, Amateru.[[note]]Not to be confused Ostia and their daughter Amateru was its first queen.
* GenericDoomsdayVillain: In the Ala Rubra flashbacks, the Lifemaker is presented as this [[TheFaceless faceless]], ominous figure
with Amaterasu.[[/note]]]]no established personality who mostly stays out of the action while they command their minions to perform the ritual that will destroy the Magic World. In general, the Lifemaker is only treated as a standard FinalBoss for TheHero to beat. The only occasion in which the narrative acted like the Lifemaker had some semblance of a personality was in Fate's flashback, but that's never elaborated. Ultimately, the Lifemaker is defeated off-panel without ever receiving actual characterization or exposition of their motives for wanting to erase the Magic World despite being its creator.



* HeroKiller: Is by far the most powerful villain the series [[spoiler: and their unique powers make it impossible for the inhabitants of Mundus Magicus to beat them, and even without that they almost single-handedly beat Ala Rubra.]]

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* HeroKiller: Is by far It's said that Nagi's master, Zect was killed while helping Nagi defeat the most powerful villain Lifemaker. [[spoiler:Turns out that's not exactly true; the series [[spoiler: and Lifemaker took control over Zect's body after Nagi destroyed their unique powers make it impossible for the inhabitants of Mundus Magicus to beat them, and even without that they almost single-handedly beat Ala Rubra.head.]]



* IControlMyMinionsThrough: Agenda and Divine Right apply to all of them, inherent MindControl for all of them except [[spoiler:Tertium]] and Indoctrination for [[spoiler:Tertium]] instead. And Nii wants revenge but otherwise doesn't seem to really care.
* {{Immortality}}: Though it's currently unclear as to method or just ''how'' immortal. [[spoiler:Doesn't seem to have been bothered by being destroyed. Twice.]]
* InTheHood: Until their face was revealed in a flashback, they were always covered by a massive cloak.

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* IControlMyMinionsThrough: Agenda and Divine Right apply to all of them, inherent MindControl for all of them except [[spoiler:Tertium]] Tertium and Indoctrination for [[spoiler:Tertium]] instead. And Nii wants revenge but otherwise doesn't seem Tertium instead.
* ImplacableMan: The heroes thought the Lifemaker was gone after Nagi destroyed their head, only for them
to really care.
* {{Immortality}}: Though it's currently unclear as
keep coming back anyway [[spoiler:thanks to method or just ''how'' immortal. [[spoiler:Doesn't seem to have been bothered by being destroyed. Twice.]]
stealing the body of Zect and then Nagi]].
* InTheHood: Until They're always shown wearing a hooded cloak that obscures their face. We finally see their face was revealed in a flashback, they were always covered by a massive cloak.the memories Fate inherited from Primum.



* InvincibleVillain: While the heroes can stop or stall their plans, putting them down for good [[spoiler:and keeping them from bodyjacking others]] is another story.

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* InvincibleVillain: The Lifemaker is by far the most powerful villain in the series and their unique powers make it impossible for the inhabitants of Mundus Magicus to beat them, and even without that, the Lifemaker single-handedly beat Ala Rubra except for Nagi. While the heroes can stop or stall Nagi smashed their head and stopped their plans, putting them down for good [[spoiler:and keeping them from bodyjacking others]] his master and then Nagi himself]] is another story.story. By the time of the final chapter, Negi and his students supposedly did manage to get rid of the Lifemaker for real, except it all happened off-panel so we don't ''see'' the Lifemaker being defeated within this manga anyway.
* KilledOffscreen: Negi and his students defeat the Lifemaker [[spoiler:in Nagi's body]] completely off-panel in the span of a TimeSkip. We only see the aftermath of Negi's victory in the DistantFinale.



** [[spoiler: They are Negi's distant ancestor on his mother's side.]]
** [[spoiler: In a way may apply to Evangeline as well, as Al implied that it was he who turned her into a vampire in the first place. Confirmed as of chapter 332 when they call Evangeline "my daughter".]]
** [[spoiler: This is now a literal example with the revelation that the Lifemaker is currently possessing Nagi.]]

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** [[spoiler: They are [[spoiler:Literal example with the revelation that the Lifemaker is currently possessing Negi's distant ancestor on his mother's side.father, Nagi.]]
** [[spoiler: In a way may apply to Evangeline as well, as Al implied that it was he who turned her into a vampire in the first place. Confirmed as of chapter 332 when they They call Evangeline [[spoiler:Evangeline]] "my daughter".]]
** [[spoiler: This is now a literal example with
daughter", although it's unknown how literally they mean it.
* TheMaker: The Lifemaker, as
the revelation that name suggests, is said to have created the Lifemaker Magic World, using the surface of Mars as its foundation. The demihuman species are also the result of the magic of the Lifemaker's dimension, which is currently possessing Nagi.]]why they can't exist in the real world.



* MonsterProgenitor: [[spoiler:According to Albireo, the Lifemaker is responsible for Evangeline's transformation into a vampire.]]
* OffWithHisHead: Nagi defeated them by smashing their head into pieces with a single punch.



* ProjectedMan: [[spoiler:The Lifemaker appears to have showed up on the battlefield in the form of a projection reminiscent of Albireo. Fortunately, this made them intensely vulnerable to AntiMagic and led to the projection being destroyed and the Lifemaker forced to leave the battlefield. Current status of the real body is unknown.]]
* SealedEvilInACan: [[spoiler:Their real body is implied to be sealed under the World Tree at Mahora. However, they're able to briefly project themself in the battlefield before being taken down by Negi and Asuna.]]

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* ProjectedMan: [[spoiler:The The Lifemaker appears to have showed up on the battlefield in the form of a projection reminiscent of Albireo. Fortunately, this made them intensely vulnerable to AntiMagic and led to the projection being destroyed and the Lifemaker forced to leave the battlefield. Current status of the real body is unknown.]]
battlefield.
* SealedEvilInACan: [[spoiler:Their Their real body is implied to be sealed under [[spoiler:under the World Tree at Mahora.Mahora]]. However, they're able to briefly project themself in the battlefield before being taken down by Negi and Asuna.]]



* TrialByFriendlyFire: A villainous version: they shoot through Primum to hit Nagi, though Primum survives. [[spoiler:And then through Fate to hit Negi.]]
* UltimateEvil: Always appears as an ominous figure covered completely by a BlackCloak, just to let you know they are bad news. In Fate's flashback though, the Lifemaker finally gains a face and turns out not seeming that wicked after all.
* WalkingSpoiler: For starters, they are the FinalBoss instead of [[DiscOneFinalBoss Fate and/or Dynamis]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dynamis (Spoiler warning)]]

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* StrawNihilist: Before Nagi finished them off, the Lifemaker went on a rant about how the curtain of despair would inevitably fall on humanity and only the "eternity" they were trying to create with the illusionary world Cosmo Entelecheia could save all souls. Asuna described the Lifemaker as a sorrowful being.
* TrialByFriendlyFire: A villainous version: they shoot through Primum to hit Nagi, though Primum survives. [[spoiler:And then And then, through Fate to hit Negi.]]
Negi.
* UltimateEvil: Always appears as an ominous figure covered completely by a BlackCloak, just to let you know they are bad news. In Fate's flashback though, flashback, however, the Lifemaker finally gains a face and turns out not seeming that wicked after all.
* WalkingSpoiler: For starters, they are the FinalBoss instead of [[DiscOneFinalBoss Fate and/or Dynamis]].
all.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dynamis (Spoiler warning)]]
[[folder:Dynamis]]



%%* AmbiguouslyBrown

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%%* AmbiguouslyBrown* AmbiguouslyBrown: He has a dark skin tone, but there's no indicators of his ethnicity.



* BigBad: Fate may be more powerful, but the one in charge is actually Dynamis. [[spoiler:At least, he's in charge while the true Master, the Lifemaker, is incapacitated.]]



* CardCarryingVillain: He makes repeated mention of being a leader/member of an evil secret society. [[spoiler: Despite Cosmo Entelecheia's motives being largely benign.]]
* TheChessmaster: [[spoiler:Even considering that he was one of the first "defeated", you'd never tell from the overall battle]].
** He had possibly predicted everything up to [[spoiler: the Lifemaker's resurrection.]]
* TheComicallySerious: He [[LargeHam chews the scenery]] like a pro, reaching Rakan-like levels at times. But unlike Rakan, he ''takes himself completely seriously''. The QuirkyMinibossSquad tends to lampshade this behind his back.
-->'''Dynamis''': WE PLAYED DEAD!!!\\
'''Minions''': That's so lame...\\
'''Dynamis''': It is not "lame". It is a military tactic.
* CurbStompBattle: Single-handedly tears apart pretty much all of New Ostia with zero effort [[spoiler:until [[BewareTheNiceOnes Nodoka]], Setsuna, and Kaede force him to retreat]].
** [[spoiler:In chapter 306, he [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown gets one done to him]] by a [[UnstoppableRage rampaging]], [[SuperpoweredEvilSide darkside-possessed]] Negi, to the point where he is nearly killed]].
* DiscOneFinalBoss: While hes the true leader, its the Lifemaker who serves as the FinalBoss.

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* CardCarryingVillain: He makes repeated mention of being a leader/member of an evil secret society. [[spoiler: Despite society despite Cosmo Entelecheia's motives being largely benign.]]
benign.
* TheChessmaster: [[spoiler:Even considering that he was one of the first "defeated", you'd never tell from the overall battle]].
CurbStompBattle:
** He had possibly predicted everything up to [[spoiler: the Lifemaker's resurrection.]]
* TheComicallySerious: He [[LargeHam chews the scenery]] like a pro, reaching Rakan-like levels at times. But unlike Rakan, he ''takes himself completely seriously''. The QuirkyMinibossSquad tends to lampshade this behind his back.
-->'''Dynamis''': WE PLAYED DEAD!!!\\
'''Minions''': That's so lame...\\
'''Dynamis''': It is not "lame". It is a military tactic.
* CurbStompBattle:
Single-handedly tears apart pretty much all of New Ostia with zero effort [[spoiler:until until [[BewareTheNiceOnes Nodoka]], Setsuna, and Kaede force him to retreat]].
retreat.
** [[spoiler:In In chapter 306, he [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown gets one done to him]] by a [[UnstoppableRage rampaging]], [[SuperpoweredEvilSide darkside-possessed]] Negi, to the point where he is nearly killed]].
killed.
* DiscOneFinalBoss: While hes he's the true leader, its it's the Lifemaker who serves as the FinalBoss.



* TheFaceless: Until he takes off the mask, anyway.



* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: [[spoiler:Though, in Chapter 313, Sextum healed him.]]

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* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: [[spoiler:Though, His body gets ripped in half by a berserk Negi. Though, in Chapter 313, Sextum healed heals him.]]



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Thinly insults Fate's minions, even refusing to call them by name, says that it's pathetic that Cosmo Entelecheia has to rely on them to fight their battles. Then he thanks those same minions for getting them as far as they have and for allowing him a chance at [[spoiler:revenge against Godel and Takamichi]], and tells them to be proud of themselves for surpassing the Cosmo Entelecheia of the past.
%%* LargeHam
%%* ManBehindTheMan: To Fate.
* MaskPower: Even Fate's minions hadn't seen him without his mask until Chapter 301. [[spoiler:Turns out, he's actually quite handsome.]]

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Thinly insults Fate's minions, even refusing to call them by name, says that it's pathetic that Cosmo Entelecheia has to rely on them to fight their battles. Then he thanks those same minions for getting them as far as they have and for allowing him a chance at [[spoiler:revenge revenge against Godel Gödel and Takamichi]], Takamichi, and tells them to be proud of themselves for surpassing the Cosmo Entelecheia of the past.
%%* LargeHam
%%* ManBehindTheMan: To Fate.
* MaskPower: Even Fate's minions hadn't seen him without LargeHam: He [[ChewingTheScenery chews the scenery]] like a pro, reaching Rakan-like levels at times.
* TheLeader: He's in charge of Cosmo Entelecheia while the true master, the Lifemaker, is incapacitated.
* TheManBehindTheMan: While Fate is the main threat to Negi's group, Dynamis is currently
his mask until Chapter 301. [[spoiler:Turns out, he's actually quite handsome.]]boss.



* NotSoStoic: For all the imposing appearance and constant icy calm of his early appearances, in private he's actually... kinda weird.

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* NotSoStoic: For all the imposing appearance and constant icy calm of his early appearances, in private he's actually... [[LargeHam kinda weird.]]



* TheRival: He appears to see himself as the WorthyOpponent to Ala Alba as a ''whole.''
* RunningGag: Just like his fellow shadow armor user, he gets naked mid fight. Unlike her, he does it willingly to change armor and it doesn't slow him down. Still hilarious though.



%%* StrikeMeDownWithAllOfYourHatred
* TheRival: He appears to see himself as the WorthyOpponent to Ala Alba as a ''whole.''
* RunningGag: Just like his fellow shadow armor user, he gets naked mid fight. Unlike her, he does it willingly to change armor and it doesn't slow him down. Still hilarious though.



* WalkingSpoiler: His mere existence spoils the fact that he is the true leader of Cosmo Entelecheia, while Fate is TheDragon.
[[/folder]]

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* WalkingSpoiler: His mere existence spoils the fact that he is the true leader of Cosmo Entelecheia, while Fate is TheDragon.
[[/folder]]



* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: She's only known as "The Graveyard Keeper", and we don't even know what that is supposed to mean.

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* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: EveryoneCallsHerBarkeep: She's only known as "The Graveyard Keeper", and we don't even know what that is supposed to mean.



* GirlishPigtails: Has twintails just like Asuna.
* InTheBack: [[spoiler:She grabs Sextum's core from the back and threatens to kill her unless she lets Negi go.]]
* InTheHood: She always appears wearing a hood.

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* GirlishPigtails: Has twintails just like Asuna.
She appears to wear her hair in twin-tails under her hood, [[spoiler:making her look very similar to Asuna]].
* InTheBack: [[spoiler:She She grabs Sextum's core from the back and threatens to kill her unless she lets Negi go.]]
go.
* InTheHood: She always appears wearing a hood.hood that hides her face. We do get a glimpse of her face when she talks to Negi [[spoiler:and she turns out to look nearly identical to Asuna]].



* OutOfFocus: She's the member of Cosmo Entelecheia we have the least information of, which is particularly frustrating after [[spoiler:she reveals herself as Negi's ancestor]] and then she just disappears altogether.



* UnusualEyebrows: Has kinked eyebrows, just like Arika.
* VillainousRescue: [[spoiler:She unexpectedly appears to save Negi and his friends from Dynamis and Sextum.]]
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler:After halting Dynamis and Sextum, she doesn't appear or is even mentioned ever again. The series ended and absolutely nothing concrete was ever shown or explained about her or her whereabouts.]]
* WildCard: Implied. [[spoiler:She neutralizes Sextum to save Negi and his friends and decides to "bet on the boy" after hearing he has came up with a plan to save the world. Dynamis calls her out on her betrayal, but the Graveyard Keeper denies to have ever been on Cosmo Entelecheia's side.]]

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* UnusualEyebrows: Has She has kinked eyebrows, just like Arika.
* VillainousRescue: [[spoiler:She unexpectedly appears
[[spoiler:which is part of her unclear connection to save Negi and his friends from Dynamis and Sextum.Arika.]]
* VillainousRescue: She unexpectedly appears to save Negi and his friends from Dynamis and Sextum.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler:After After halting Dynamis and Sextum, she doesn't appear or is even mentioned ever again. The series ended and absolutely nothing concrete was ever shown or explained about her or her whereabouts.]]
whereabouts.
* WildCard: Implied. [[spoiler:She She neutralizes Sextum to save Negi and his friends and decides to "bet on the boy" after hearing he has came come up with a plan to save the world. Dynamis calls her out on her betrayal, but the Graveyard Keeper denies to have ever been on Cosmo Entelecheia's side.]]



The first Averruncus, activated sometime before the start of the war. Fate's predecessor as the Earth mage of Cosmo Entelecheia.

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The first Averruncus, activated sometime before the start of the war. Fate's predecessor as the Earth mage of Cosmo Entelecheia.\n



* DishingOutDirt: Tertium's predecessor in this regard.

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* DeathByIrony: He was an Earth mage and died due to being crushed by a falling rock.
* DishingOutDirt: Tertium's He's Fate's predecessor in this regard.as the Earth mage of Cosmo Entelecheia.



* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: [[spoiler:Subverted. While certainly callous to shoot through your own minion, it seems it was just to have an easier shot. Primum lived through it and the Lifemaker (having created him) would know he'd survive it. Primum died instead due to being crushed by a falling rock.]]
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* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: [[spoiler:Subverted. While certainly callous to shoot through your own minion, it seems it was just to have an easier shot. Primum lived through it and the Lifemaker (having created him) would know he'd survive it. Primum died instead due to being crushed by a falling rock.]]
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* BreakTheHaughty: Considers himself superior to the Mundus Magicus inhabitants and normal humans [[spoiler: His on-panel fights consist of fighting Nag, and when he returns in the present, Jack and Evangelin, both of which result in him getting his ass kickedl]]
* BullyingADragon: Not actual bullying, but Secundum is not the brightest bulb in the drawer. [[spoiler:Yes, that's right, scoff at the ''Thousand. Master.'' The guy who not only put the beat down on Primum but actually took out your boss once.]]

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* BreakTheHaughty: Considers himself superior to the Mundus Magicus inhabitants and normal humans [[spoiler: His on-panel fights consist of fighting Nag, and when he returns in the present, Jack and Evangelin, both of which result in him getting his ass kickedl]]
* BullyingADragon: Not actual bullying, but Secundum is not the brightest bulb in the drawer. [[spoiler:Yes, Yes, that's right, scoff at the ''Thousand. Master.'' The guy who not only put the beat down on Primum but actually took out your boss once.]]



* HotBlooded: Tertium even asks him why he's so enthusiastic. Then asks his boss. Apparently [[spoiler:the Lifemaker (possibly influenced by his fight against Nagi) dialed all of his parameters up to the maximum. He admits this was probably a mistake.]]

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* HateSink: So much so that Fate disliked working with him [[spoiler:and ended up killing him after Secundum callously erased a demihuman woman he had taken a liking to]]. Even the Lifemaker regretted making Secundum with such a crappy personality and they didn't calibrate Fate precisely to prevent creating another Secundum.
* HotBlooded: Tertium even asks him why he's so enthusiastic. Then asks his boss. Apparently [[spoiler:the Apparently, the Lifemaker (possibly influenced by his their fight against Nagi) dialed all of his parameters up to the maximum. He The Lifemaker admits this was probably a mistake.]]



* SmallNameBigEgo: He considers himself superior to the Mundus Magicus inhabitants and normal humans. His on-panel fights consist of him getting his ass kicked by Nagi, Jack and Evangeline.



* CurbStompBattle: [[spoiler:He and Quintum are both defeated in the span of a single chapter each despite supposedly being as powerful as Fate.]]
* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: [[spoiler:Quartum after being subject to a CurbStompBattle from Negi. Oddly, Negi's statement actually implies it's not intended to be a lethal blow. And it wasn't.]]
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: [[spoiler:Quartum rips Chachamaru in half and then continues beating on her and stabbing her through the chest, saying something to the effect of 'Turn off, doll. Turn off!' This did not win him many fans.]]

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* CurbStompBattle: [[spoiler:He CurbStompBattle :He and Quintum are both defeated in the span of a single chapter each despite supposedly being as powerful as Fate.]]
Fate.
* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: [[spoiler:Quartum Quartum after being subject to a CurbStompBattle from Negi. Oddly, Negi's statement actually implies it's not intended to be a lethal blow. And it wasn't.]]
wasn't.
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: [[spoiler:Quartum Quartum rips Chachamaru in half and then continues beating on her and stabbing her through the chest, saying something to the effect of 'Turn off, doll. Turn off!' This did not win him many fans.]]off!'



* SlasherSmile: The only one to show visible emotion right off the back is Quartum and his grin after [[spoiler:chopping Chachamaru in half.]]
* SquishyWizard: [[spoiler:Quartum is absolutely destroyed when Negi draws the fight into close quarters. Judging by Quintum's statement about Fate being specialized in physical combat, it's likely that the Averrunci all have specific strengths and weaknesses.]]

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* SlasherSmile: The only one to show visible emotion right off the back is Quartum and his grin after [[spoiler:chopping chopping Chachamaru in half.]]
half.
* SquishyWizard: [[spoiler:Quartum Quartum is absolutely destroyed when Negi draws the fight into close quarters. Judging by Quintum's statement about Fate being specialized in physical combat, it's likely that the Averrunci all have specific strengths and weaknesses.]]



* CurbStompBattle: [[spoiler:He and Quartum are both defeated in the span of a single chapter each despite supposedly being as powerful as Fate.]]

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* CurbStompBattle: [[spoiler:He and Quartum are both defeated Quintum is taken out in the span of a single chapter each despite supposedly being as powerful as blow by Fate.]]



%%* FragileSpeedster: [[spoiler:Quintum is taken out in a single powerful blow by Fate. Judging by Quintum's statement about Fate being specialized in physical combat, it's likely they Averrunci all have specific strengths and weaknesses.]]



* TooDumbToLive: Quintum decides that if [[spoiler: someone can catch your most powerful spell, it's a good idea to engage them in close combat. Fate proves the foolishness of this.]]

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* TooDumbToLive: Quintum decides that if [[spoiler: someone can catch your most powerful spell, it's a good idea to engage them in close combat. Fate proves the foolishness of this.]]



* ClothingDamage: In chapter 314, Sextum gets her outfit destroyed by Negi. We ''all'' saw that coming...
* CombatMedic: [[spoiler:She healed Dynamis.]]
* {{Fanservice}}: Once again the ClothingDamage was used. In a "good way" for the reader.

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* ClothingDamage: In chapter 314, Sextum gets her outfit destroyed by Negi. We ''all'' saw that coming...\n* CombatMedic: [[spoiler:She healed Dynamis.]]\n* {{Fanservice}}: Once again the ClothingDamage was used. In a "good way" for the reader.



* ReiAyanamiExpy: Has short white hair, a stoic demeanor and is an ArtificialHuman.



* BattleHarem: All of them have feelings for Fate and are combat capable, aided by the provisional Pactios they have with Fate.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler:They all vanish around the time of Negi's final confrontation with Fate, and they are never shown or mentioned again. It's specially baffling in the case of Shiori, who had also become one of Negi's own Ministra.]]

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler:They They all vanish around the time of Negi's final confrontation with Fate, and they are never shown or mentioned again. It's specially baffling in the case of Shiori, who [[spoiler:who had also become one of Negi's own Ministra.]]



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* BecomingTheMask: [[spoiler:While her Signum Biolegens supposedly makes her more-or-less a sleeper agent (which is in and of itself a subversion of this trope, as she truly believes she's Asuna when posing as her) with added control (she can apparently switch at will), Shiori became attracted to Negi on her own accord after witnessing his kindness. Infiltrating a group held together by a ChickMagnet might not have been the best of ideas...]]

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* BecomingTheMask: [[spoiler:While While her Signum Biolegens supposedly makes her more-or-less a sleeper agent (which is in and of itself a subversion of this trope, as she truly believes she's Asuna when posing as her) with added control (she can apparently switch at will), Shiori became attracted to Negi on her own accord after witnessing his kindness. Infiltrating a group held together by a ChickMagnet might not have been the best of ideas...]]



* DarkAndTroubledPast: [[spoiler:Her hometown was attacked by humans who severely injured her and her sister. Then she had to see her sister die at the hands of Secundum.]]
* DefectingForLove: [[spoiler:Once she starts falling for Negi, she joins his side and tries for a peaceful resolution to the conflict between him and Fate.]]
* GoThroughMe: [[spoiler:Tries this on Negi to stop him from doing something he'll regret later.]]

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* DarkAndTroubledPast: [[spoiler:Her Her hometown was attacked by humans who severely injured her and her sister. Then [[spoiler:Then she had to see her sister die at the hands of Secundum.]]
* DefectingForLove: [[spoiler:Once Once she starts falling for Negi, she joins his side and tries for a peaceful resolution to the conflict between him and Fate.]]
Fate.
* GoThroughMe: [[spoiler:Tries She tries this on Negi to stop him from doing something he'll regret later.]]



* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: She's blonde and despite working for a villain, she's a really sympathetic and polite girl.
* MasterOfDisguise: Her artifact turns her into a perfect copy of someone, right down to their memories and personality.
* TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody: [[spoiler:Thanks to her artifact's ability.]]
* MoralityPet: Sure ALL of Fate's minions are these, but it is more true with her [[spoiler:as how Tertium was given more free will by Primum, the same is true between Shiori and Tertium. The TearJerker backstory also helped out with this.]]

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* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: She's blonde and despite working for a villain, she's a really sympathetic and polite and gentle girl.
* MasterOfDisguise: Her MagicKiss: By kissing someone, she transforms into them in both mind and appearance.
* TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody: Like Albireo, Shiori's
artifact turns her into a perfect copy of someone, right down to their memories and personality.
* TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody: [[spoiler:Thanks to her artifact's ability.]]
* MoralityPet: Sure ALL
personality. Instead of Fate's minions are these, but it is more true merely impersonating the other person, the illusion becomes like a split personality with her [[spoiler:as how Tertium was given more free will by Primum, the same a mind of its own. Shiori's consciousness is true between Shiori and Tertium. The TearJerker backstory also helped out with this.]]still somewhat present, but she's in danger of forgetting herself.



* TouchTelepathy: Shiori belongs to a race of demihumans able to read the minds of people whom they touch.



* BewareTheNiceOnes: Being possibly the most amiable of the group besides Shiori does not stop her from [[spoiler:holding back no less than six opponents by herself, fuelled only by sheer determination]].

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Being possibly the most amiable of the group besides Shiori does not stop her from [[spoiler:holding holding back no less than six opponents by herself, fuelled only by sheer determination]].determination.



* DarkAndTroubledPast: [[spoiler:Her tribe was hunted, due to racial conflicts between humans and demihumans. Seemingly the only survivor in her tribe, Shirabe was cornered by some hunters who wanted to sever her horns and sell her into slavery. Fate and Shiori then appeared to rescue her.]]
* {{Determinator}}: She shows her strong determination when [[spoiler:getting Asuna back to the altar]] despite being ridiculously outnumbered, outgunned, and with all the odds against her.
* TheDragon: She seems to be the most highly trusted of the girls by Fate, given that [[spoiler:she's the one performing the ritual while Fate ensures there are no interruptions]].

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* DarkAndTroubledPast: [[spoiler:Her Her tribe was hunted, due to racial conflicts between humans and demihumans. Seemingly the only survivor in her tribe, Shirabe was cornered by some hunters who wanted to sever her horns and sell her into slavery. Fate and Shiori then appeared to rescue her.]]
her.
* {{Determinator}}: She shows her strong determination when [[spoiler:getting getting Asuna back to the altar]] altar despite being ridiculously outnumbered, outgunned, and with all the odds against her.
* TheDragon: She seems to be the most highly trusted of the girls by Fate, given that [[spoiler:she's she's the one performing the ritual while Fate ensures there are no interruptions]].interruptions.



* MakeMeWannaShout: Her music can shatter stone.
* MissionControl: While the other girls were fighting, Shirabe was helping Fate [[spoiler:use Asuna's AntiMagic to reset the Magical World]].



* UndyingLoyalty: Given Chapter [[spoiler:320]], she's possibly even more loyal than Homura.
* VillainousValor: Frankly, Shirabe felt more like the good guy in her confrontation with [[spoiler:Negi's group]]: Ridiculously outnumbered, outgunned, [[spoiler:tragic backstory revealed]], all the odds against her. You might even be glad to see that she manages to accomplish her goal of [[spoiler:getting Asuna back to the altar]] by neglecting her own safety, before remembering that she's the villain here.

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* UndyingLoyalty: Given Chapter [[spoiler:320]], she's possibly even more loyal than Homura.
* VillainousValor: Frankly, Shirabe felt more like the good guy in her confrontation with [[spoiler:Negi's group]]: Negi's group: Ridiculously outnumbered, outgunned, [[spoiler:tragic tragic backstory revealed]], revealed, all the odds against her. You might even be glad to see that she manages to accomplish her goal of [[spoiler:getting getting Asuna back to the altar]] altar by neglecting her own safety, before remembering that she's the villain here.



* UndyingLoyalty: She seems to be the most loyal of the minions.



* FragileSpeedster: In full beast form, she moves like a blur. However she is easily taken down by [[spoiler: the [[StatusBuff powered-up]] Yuna, Makie, and "Asuna"]].

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* FragileSpeedster: In full beast form, she moves like a blur. However However, she is easily taken down by [[spoiler: the [[StatusBuff powered-up]] Yuna, Makie, and "Asuna"]]."Asuna".



* AbhorrentAdmirer: Setsuna doesn't appreciate having a murderous nutcase trying to get in her pants.



* CloseCallHaircut: Gets one when she tries to fight [[spoiler:Fate]] and then taunts him about wanting to fight Negi by herself. When [[spoiler:Fate]] defeats her, he cuts about half her hair. She doesn't seem to mind, though.

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* CloseCallHaircut: Gets one when she tries to fight [[spoiler:Fate]] Fate and then taunts him about wanting to fight Negi by herself. When [[spoiler:Fate]] Fate defeats her, he cuts about half her hair. She doesn't seem to mind, though.



* EvilCannotComprehendGood: [[spoiler:Why she gets defeated in her battle with Setsuna during the assault on Cosmo Entelecheia to free Asuna.]]
* EvilCounterpart: To Setsuna. Tsukuyomi is also a Shinmeiryuu swordswoman and matches Setsuna in every major battle. Unlike the honorable Setsuna, Tsukuyomi is bloodthirsty, direct and wins by any means necessary. Plus they're both lesbians, but Setsuna's innocent and taciturn while Tsukuyomi likes to speak in DoubleEntendre and {{Subtext}} and is willing to do ''[[AttemptedRape anything]]'' at all, at anytime she can (ironically, to Setsuna herself).

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* EvilCannotComprehendGood: [[spoiler:Why she gets defeated in her battle with Setsuna during the assault on Cosmo Entelecheia to free Asuna.]]
* EvilCounterpart: To Setsuna. Tsukuyomi is also a Shinmeiryuu swordswoman and matches Setsuna in every major battle. Unlike the honorable Setsuna, Tsukuyomi is bloodthirsty, direct and wins by any means necessary. Plus they're both lesbians, but Setsuna's innocent and taciturn while Tsukuyomi likes to speak in DoubleEntendre and {{Subtext}} and is willing to do ''[[AttemptedRape anything]]'' at all, at anytime any time she can (ironically, to Setsuna herself).



* WildCard: She joins whatever group will give her the opportunity to fight the most people. She even [[spoiler:attacked both Fate and Ala Alba with no apparent motivation other than [[BloodKnight for the hell of it]]]].

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* WildCard: She joins whatever group will give her the opportunity to fight the most people. She even [[spoiler:attacked both Fate and Ala Alba with no apparent motivation other than [[BloodKnight for the hell of it]]]].



%%* CuteMonsterGirl
%%* DarkMagicalGirl
* DarkSkinnedBlond: [[spoiler:Just like Zazie.]]
* EldritchAbomination: [[spoiler: What she summons in Chapter 299, when she gets serious...]]
* EvilTwin: [[spoiler:Zazie's, though pretty low on the evil meter.]]
* FacialMarkings: [[spoiler:Just like Zazie's.]]

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%%* CuteMonsterGirl
%%* DarkMagicalGirl
* DarkSkinnedBlond: [[spoiler:Just DarkSkinnedBlonde: She has dark skin and white hair, just like Zazie.]]
* EldritchAbomination: [[spoiler: What she summons in Chapter 299, when she gets serious...]]
* EvilTwin: [[spoiler:Zazie's, though pretty low on the evil meter.]]
Zazie.
* FacialMarkings: [[spoiler:Just Like her sister Zazie, Poyo has a teardrop over one eye, and what looks like Zazie's.]]a scar over the other.



* InSeriesNickname: Poyo after her VerbalTic.
* LotusEaterMachine: Her artifact's power. More specifically, [[spoiler:it creates a replica of "Cosmo Entelecheia", a perfect world crafted to suit each person's ideal life. It has no effect on those who are already satisfied with their life.]]

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* InSeriesNickname: Poyo after her VerbalTic.
* LotusEaterMachine: Her artifact's power. More specifically, [[spoiler:it it creates a replica of "Cosmo Entelecheia", a perfect world crafted to suit each person's ideal life. It has no effect on those who are already satisfied with their life.]]



* OneWingedAngel: [[spoiler: When she reveals her demon heritage in Chapter 299. Complete with wings and multiple sets of horns.]]

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* OneWingedAngel: [[spoiler: When she reveals OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: She never actually mentions her demon heritage in Chapter 299. Complete with wings and multiple sets name. Negi calls her "Poyo" because of horns.]]her VerbalTic.



* ReflectionlessUselessEyes: [[spoiler:Just like Zazie's.]]
* TsurimeEyes: [[spoiler:Unlike Zazie, who has TaremeEyes.]]
* UncannyFamilyResemblance: [[spoiler:With Zazie.]]
* VerbalTic: -Poyo, then -zazi, then [[Anime/PonyoOnTheCliffByTheSea -ponyo]], then back to -poyo again. She's sticking with that one, apparently.

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* ReflectionlessUselessEyes: [[spoiler:Just like Zazie's.]]
* TsurimeEyes: [[spoiler:Unlike
Like Zazie, who has TaremeEyes.]]
Poyo's eyes lack shine because she's a demon.
* SuperMode: When she reveals her demon heritage in Chapter 299. Complete with wings and multiple sets of horns.
* UncannyFamilyResemblance: [[spoiler:With Zazie.]]
She looks identical to her sister Zazie.
* TsurimeEyes: The only detail that differentiates her from Zazie is that Poyo is drawn with narrower eyes.
* VerbalTic: -Poyo, then -zazi, then [[Anime/PonyoOnTheCliffByTheSea -ponyo]], then back She adds "-poyo" at the end of her sentences.
* VerbalTicName: Negi decides
to -poyo again. She's sticking with that one, apparently.call her "Poyo" after her VerbalTic and the name sticks.



* FantasticRacism: Kotarou's WouldntHitAGirl doesn't cover slimes.


[[header:Cosmo Entelecheia]]

A [[NebulousEvilOrganisation mysterious group]] who instigated the ancient war between the Confederation and the Hellas Empire. Their supposed goal was to bring about [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt The End Of The]] [[MagicalLand (Magical)]] [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt World As We Know It]]. The Ala Rubra stopped them, though remnants of them are still active, which the Ala Alba are currently fighting.

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[[header:Cosmo Entelecheia]]


!!Cosmo Entelecheia

A [[NebulousEvilOrganisation mysterious group]] who instigated the ancient war between the Confederation and the Hellas Empire. Their supposed goal was to bring about [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt The {{The End Of The]] [[MagicalLand (Magical)]] The|WorldAsWeKnowIt}} {{Magical|Land}} [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt World As We Know It]]. The Ala Rubra stopped them, though remnants of them are still active, which the Ala Alba are currently fighting.


* TheComicallySerious: At one point, he gets his arm cut off [[spoiler:by Tsukuyomi]]. He's not worried at all, since apparently, [[GoodThingYouCanHeal he can regenerate/reattach it perfectly well]], but his subordinates promptly freak the eff out. How does he try to calm them down? Use his severed arm to [[PetTheDog pat the head]] of Koyomi. All with a rather dead expression on his face. It's [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments rather hilarious]]. Two of the other girls actually point this out:

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* TheComicallySerious: At one point, he gets his arm cut off [[spoiler:by Tsukuyomi]]. He's not worried at all, since apparently, [[GoodThingYouCanHeal he can regenerate/reattach it perfectly well]], but his subordinates promptly freak the eff out. How does he try to calm them down? Use his severed arm to [[PetTheDog pat the head]] of Koyomi. All with a rather dead expression on his face. It's [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments rather hilarious]].hilarious. Two of the other girls actually point this out:



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Thinly insults Fate's minions, even refusing to call them by name, says that it's pathetic that Cosmo Entelecheia has to rely on them to fight their battles. Then he thanks those same minions for getting them as far as they have and for allowing him a chance at [[spoiler:revenge against Godel and Takamichi]], [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments and tells them to be proud of themselves for surpassing the Cosmo Entelecheia of the past]].

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Thinly insults Fate's minions, even refusing to call them by name, says that it's pathetic that Cosmo Entelecheia has to rely on them to fight their battles. Then he thanks those same minions for getting them as far as they have and for allowing him a chance at [[spoiler:revenge against Godel and Takamichi]], [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments and tells them to be proud of themselves for surpassing the Cosmo Entelecheia of the past]].past.



* ManBehindTheMan: To Fate.

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* %%* ManBehindTheMan: To Fate.



* RunningGag: Just like his fellow shadow armor user, he gets naked mid fight. Unlike her, he does it willingly to change armor and it doesn't slow him down. [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments Still hilarious though]].

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* RunningGag: Just like his fellow shadow armor user, he gets naked mid fight. Unlike her, he does it willingly to change armor and it doesn't slow him down. [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments Still hilarious though]].though.


* CatGirl: Of the LittleBitBeastly variety; cat ears and tail, with an otherwise human body.

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* CatGirl: Of the LittleBitBeastly variety; She has cat ears and tail, with an otherwise human body.



* PettingZooPeople: In her full beast form.

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*MoralityChain: He has to order Tsukuyomi not to pointlessly kill people or otherwise there would be significantly more bloodshed.


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* StockUnderwear: The first time [[LoveableSexManiac Rakan]] [[PantyThief steals her panties]], he asks her if [[HilarityEnsues black is really her color]].

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* StockUnderwear: The first time [[LoveableSexManiac [[LovableSexManiac Rakan]] [[PantyThief steals her panties]], he asks her if [[HilarityEnsues black is really her color]].

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