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[[folder:Akryung]]

!!'''Akryung'''

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[[folder:Akryung]]

!!'''Akryung'''



[[folder:Alumik Edrok]]

!!'''Alumik Edrok'''

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->'''Tower Position:''' Spear-Bearer

A huge, mysterious hulking monster of unknown origin; he kept Rak in check during the Crown Game, immediately passed the Spear Bearer's exam, and slaughtered everybody except Rachel and Androssi in the preliminaries. He may or may not be an Irregular, whether the comments about the Irregular in his team applied to him or Rachel is unclear as of now. [[spoiler:He was 'prepared' by Headon to assist Rachel, according to Yu Han Sung, although what that means - whether he's actually taking the test, or, for that matter, whether he's actually ''alive'' - is unknown. However it does more or less confirm that he ''isn't'' an Irregular.]]

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->'''Tower Position:''' Spear-Bearer

A huge, mysterious hulking monster
Guide

Princess Repellista's guide, and a member
of unknown origin; he kept Rak in check during the Crown Game, immediately passed the Spear Bearer's exam, and slaughtered everybody except Rachel and Androssi same family as Evan. Alumik serves as Repellista's butler wherever Repellista decides to spend her time in the preliminaries. He may or may not be an Irregular, whether the comments about the Irregular in his team applied to him or Rachel is unclear as of now. [[spoiler:He was 'prepared' by Headon to assist Rachel, according to Yu Han Sung, although what that means - whether he's actually taking the test, or, for that matter, whether he's actually ''alive'' - is unknown. However it does more or less confirm that he ''isn't'' an Irregular.]]Tower.



* BigGuy: For the Androssi, Rachel, Akryung team.
* BlackKnight: A giant with black armor.
* BloodKnight: Kills for the sake of killing. [[spoiler:In actuality, it was assisting Rachel to make it through the first tests]].
* CurbStompBattle: In the first test on the Second Floor, he and Androssi killed 297 other Regulars within 30 minutes.
* HeWhoMustNotBeHeard: It's unclear if he can speak at all, though he does have an incredibly creepy laugh.
* MeaningfulName: "Ahkryeong" means "evil/malicious spirit" in Korean.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: See above.
* OneManArmy: Nothing could stand up to it in the initial survival round.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Akryung or Aek-Ryun
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Akryung disappears after the Floor of Tests saga.

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* BigGuy: For the Androssi, Rachel, Akryung team.
BattleButler: A Tower guide who serves as Repellista's butler.
* BlackKnight: A giant GoodHairEvilHair: Has a handlebar mustache.
* NiceGuy: Takes care of Repellista, and has no problem
with black armor.
* BloodKnight: Kills for
Yuri visiting Repellista whenever the sake of killing. [[spoiler:In actuality, it was assisting Rachel to make it through the first tests]].
Ha Princess wishes.
* CurbStompBattle: In the first test on the Second Floor, he OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame: Like Evan, Alumik is a Silver Dwarf guide.
* SharpDressedMan: Alumik's butler attire.
* SpotOfTea: Usually seen drinking
and Androssi killed 297 other Regulars within 30 minutes.
* HeWhoMustNotBeHeard: It's unclear if he can speak at all, though he does have an incredibly creepy laugh.
* MeaningfulName: "Ahkryeong" means "evil/malicious spirit" in Korean.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: See above.
* OneManArmy: Nothing could stand up to it in the initial survival round.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Akryung or Aek-Ryun
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Akryung disappears after the Floor
offering cups of Tests saga.
tea.



[[folder:Alumik Edrok]]

!!'''Alumik Edrok'''

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[[folder:Alumik Edrok]]

!!'''Alumik Edrok'''

[[folder:The "Power"]]

!!'''The "Power"'''
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->'''Tower Position:''' Guide

Princess Repellista's guide, and a member of the same family as Evan. Alumik serves as Repellista's butler wherever Repellista decides to spend her time in the Tower.

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->'''Tower Position:''' Guide

Princess Repellista's guide,

This entity introduced itself as a "Power". Since then it has been speaking to Baam
and a member of the same family as Evan. Alumik serves as Repellista's butler wherever Repellista decides to spend her time apparently aiding him in the Tower.his battles, though [[PowerAtAPrice not without its issues apparently]].




* BattleButler: A Tower guide who serves as Repellista's butler.
* GoodHairEvilHair: Has a handlebar mustache.
* NiceGuy: Takes care of Repellista, and has no problem with Yuri visiting Repellista whenever the Ha Princess wishes.
* OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame: Like Evan, Alumik is a Silver Dwarf guide.
* SharpDressedMan: Alumik's butler attire.
* SpotOfTea: Usually seen drinking and offering cups of tea.

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\n* BattleButler: A Tower guide who serves as Repellista's butler.
* GoodHairEvilHair: Has a handlebar mustache.
* NiceGuy: Takes care of Repellista, and has no problem
AffablyEvil: Despite being quite sinister looking in appearance, its attitude is surprisingly friendly with Yuri visiting Repellista whenever Baam.
* BreakThemByTalking: Seems to be its main MO. However, it's continually hitting
the Ha Princess wishes.
* OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame: Like Evan, Alumik
brick wall that is a Silver Dwarf guide.
Baam's less than Tower-average view on life. Sure, his words can get the lad thinking, but... not usually in the direction it seems to be trying to push him.
* SharpDressedMan: Alumik's butler attire.
DealWithTheDevil: Attempts this with Baam when he is undergoing "Revolution" with the guardian on the Hell Train; Baam sees through it though. Time will tell how this turns out.
* SpotOfTea: Usually seen drinking EnemyWithin: The "god" of guardians implies that this is the case with the "Power" for Baam.
* NoSell: So far, every argument
and offering cups offer it's made to Baam has stumbled shy of tea.
the apparent goal, even if some of it gets used (if not in the way it expected). It either needs to change strategy, or find a better sales pitch.
* SuperReflexes: Aided Baam by helping him react to attacks more quickly, and enhancing his abilities to perceive his opponents moves. Though at the same time giving him constant mental strain as well.
* TakeOverTheWorld: Basically what it proposes to Baam, saying that the best way for him to protect his friends to is to take over the Tower. Baam initially rejects it, but eventually comes to agree that it is probably correct.
* TheVoice: Was initially this, until it actually appeared in physical form inside his mind when Baam entered the Rice Pot and underwent "Revolution".



[[folder:The "Power"]]

!!'''The "Power"'''
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This entity introduced itself as a "Power". Since then it has been speaking to Baam and apparently aiding him in his battles, though [[PowerAtAPrice not without its issues apparently]].

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[[folder:The "Power"]]

Snake Charmer]]

!!'''The "Power"'''
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This entity introduced itself as a "Power". Since then it has been speaking to Baam
Snake Charmer'''

The one responsible for selecting
and apparently aiding him in his battles, though [[PowerAtAPrice not without its issues apparently]]. sorting out Zahard Princess candidates.

A data version of the Snake Charmer appears as Androssi's "Sworn Enemy" on the Hidden Floor.



* AffablyEvil: Despite being quite sinister looking in appearance, its attitude is surprisingly friendly with Baam.
* BreakThemByTalking: Seems to be its main MO. However, it's continually hitting the brick wall that is Baam's less than Tower-average view on life. Sure, his words can get the lad thinking, but... not usually in the direction it seems to be trying to push him.
* DealWithTheDevil: Attempts this with Baam when he is undergoing "Revolution" with the guardian on the Hell Train; Baam sees through it though. Time will tell how this turns out.
* EnemyWithin: The "god" of guardians implies that this is the case with the "Power" for Baam.
* NoSell: So far, every argument and offer it's made to Baam has stumbled shy of the apparent goal, even if some of it gets used (if not in the way it expected). It either needs to change strategy, or find a better sales pitch.
* SuperReflexes: Aided Baam by helping him react to attacks more quickly, and enhancing his abilities to perceive his opponents moves. Though at the same time giving him constant mental strain as well.
* TakeOverTheWorld: Basically what it proposes to Baam, saying that the best way for him to protect his friends to is to take over the Tower. Baam initially rejects it, but eventually comes to agree that it is probably correct.
* TheVoice: Was initially this, until it actually appeared in physical form inside his mind when Baam entered the Rice Pot and underwent "Revolution".

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* AffablyEvil: Despite being quite sinister looking LoopholeAbuse: The Hidden Floor generates a Sworn Enemy for every visitor and sends them to attack anyone who stirs up trouble. But the Snake Charmer is more interested in appearance, its attitude watching Androssi's development. Sworn Enemies are normally compelled to kill their counterpart if they don't want to already, but the system can only compel one mind at a time. Since his mind is surprisingly friendly with Baam.
* BreakThemByTalking: Seems
distributed, he is able to be its main MO. However, retain self-awareness and can simply strike at any part of himself that gets compelled to attack Androssi.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: The Hidden Floor would not have chosen him as Androssi's sworn enemy if she didn't harbor negative feelings towards him. But since he was able to loophole
it's continually hitting the brick wall that is Baam's less than Tower-average view on life. Sure, his words can get the lad thinking, but... not usually in the direction it seems system to be trying to push him.
* DealWithTheDevil: Attempts this with Baam when
help her instead of attack her and he is undergoing "Revolution" with the guardian on the Hell Train; Baam sees through it though. Time will tell how this turns out.
* EnemyWithin: The "god" of guardians implies that this is the case with the "Power" for Baam.
* NoSell: So far, every argument and
far too dangerous as an enemy, Androssi accepts his offer it's made of aid.
* TheyWereHoldingYouBack: Androssi suspects he murdered her loving adopted parents
to Baam has stumbled shy of force her down the apparent goal, even if some path of it gets used (if not in the way it expected). It either needs to change strategy, or find a better sales pitch.
* SuperReflexes: Aided Baam by helping him react to attacks more quickly, and enhancing his abilities to perceive his opponents moves. Though at the same time giving him constant mental strain as well.
* TakeOverTheWorld: Basically what it proposes to Baam, saying that the best way for him to protect his friends to is to take over the Tower. Baam initially rejects it, but eventually comes to agree that it is probably correct.
* TheVoice: Was initially this, until it actually appeared in physical form inside his mind when Baam entered the Rice Pot and underwent "Revolution".
Zahard princess instead of growing up a normal girl.



[[folder:The Snake Charmer]]

!!'''The Snake Charmer'''

The one responsible for selecting and sorting out Zahard Princess candidates.

A data version of the Snake Charmer appears as Androssi's "Sworn Enemy" on the Hidden Floor.
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* LoopholeAbuse: The Hidden Floor generates a Sworn Enemy for every visitor and sends them to attack anyone who stirs up trouble. But the Snake Charmer is more interested in watching Androssi's development. Sworn Enemies are normally compelled to kill their counterpart if they don't want to already, but the system can only compel one mind at a time. Since his mind is distributed, he is able to retain self-awareness and can simply strike at any part of himself that gets compelled to attack Androssi.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: The Hidden Floor would not have chosen him as Androssi's sworn enemy if she didn't harbor negative feelings towards him. But since he was able to loophole it's system to help her instead of attack her and he is far too dangerous as an enemy, Androssi accepts his offer of aid.
* TheyWereHoldingYouBack: Androssi suspects he murdered her loving adopted parents to force her down the path of a Zahard princess instead of growing up a normal girl.

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[[folder:Beta]]

!!'''Beta'''

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!!'''Beta'''



!!!Hell Train

[[folder:Mirotic]]

!!'''Mirotic'''

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A being similar to Horyang, and Cassano, who had been turned into an experimental Living Ignition Weapon. Beta has lived on the Archimedes airship that houses the Workshop Battle almost his whole life as one who was experimented on by researcher Sophia within the ship's Acorn Workshop.

Out for revenge believing that Workshop made him suffer to push along the Living Ignition Weapon experiments for Viole's sake, Beta joins forces with FUG to lead said Slayer Candidate into Reflejo's trap so that Viole would get melted into the Thorn ignition weapon. However, the plan fails after Viole escapes the trap with the Thorn at hand, and then pushes Beta to his limits utilizing the Thorn's power. Beta falls unconscious due to the fight, but it's soon revealed that Workshop has already decided to dispose of Beta permanently for being a failed experiment. In order for Beta to live free from Workshop, Sophia is able to convince Lero-Ro to help the former escape the Workshop Battle.

After the Workshop Battle, and having learned that Cassano had baited him into fighting against Viole, Beta is hit with a HeelFaceTurn, and sides with Baam's group to ascend the Tower as a part of Novick's team by joining their attempt to board the Hell Train in order to get revenge on Cassano for tricking him. Since he's not considered a true Regular, Team Novick stores Beta as an item within Xia's lighthouse as the team climbs up the Tower. Following Name Hunt Station, [[spoiler:Beta is transferred over to Koon's lighthouse to join Baam's group on the Hell Train while the rest of Team Novick look after Ran, who was injured after his fight against Arie Inieta]].

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A being similar to Horyang, and Cassano, who had been turned into an experimental Living Ignition Weapon. Beta has lived on the Archimedes airship that houses the Workshop Battle almost his whole life as one who was experimented on by researcher Sophia within the ship's Acorn Workshop.

Out for revenge believing that Workshop made him suffer to push along the Living Ignition Weapon experiments for Viole's sake, Beta joins forces with FUG to lead said Slayer Candidate into Reflejo's trap so that Viole would get melted into the Thorn ignition weapon. However, the plan fails after Viole escapes the trap with the Thorn at hand, and then pushes Beta to his limits utilizing the Thorn's power. Beta falls unconscious due to the fight, but it's soon revealed that Workshop has already decided to dispose
The gatekeeper of Beta permanently for being a failed experiment. In order for Beta to live free from Workshop, Sophia is able to convince Lero-Ro to help the former escape the Workshop Battle.

After the Workshop Battle, and having learned that Cassano had baited him into fighting against Viole, Beta is hit with a HeelFaceTurn, and sides with Baam's group to ascend the Tower as a part of Novick's team by joining their attempt to board
the Hell Train in order to get revenge on Cassano for tricking him. Since he's not considered a true Regular, Team Novick stores Beta as an item within Xia's lighthouse as the team climbs up the Tower. Following Name Hunt Station, [[spoiler:Beta is transferred over to Koon's lighthouse to join Baam's group on the Hell stationed at Train while City. This guardian acts as a defensive system to keep Regulars from boarding the rest of Team Novick look after Ran, who was injured after his fight against Arie Inieta]].train before the appropriate time.



* ArcVillain: Fought against Viole and his companions during the Workshop Battle.
* CharacterDevelopment: He loses a lot of his villainous aspects after being hit with a HeelFaceTurn.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Not only he is a Living Ignition Weapon experiment, he was forced to kill his friends during said experiments.
* ADayInTheLimelight: The Workshop Battle tournament was basically an entire introduction arc for Beta's character.
* GreenEyedMonster: The reason he joins FUG to destroy Baam is because he's jealous that his target, Baam, has friends and is trying to reunite with them, while he had to kill his own friends in the past as part of being a living weapon, claiming that his target should suffer the same pain as he did.
** And in Vol.2 Chapter 95, he finally gets a ShutUpHannibal on his face.
---> '''Baam''':The reason you hated me wasn't for revenge...You just needed someone to hate.
* HeelFaceTurn: Decides to join with Baam in the end. He is currently part of Koon's spare team along with Ran, Novick, Xia Xia and Dan.
* LoopholeAbuse: Despite not being a true Regular, Beta climbs the Tower anyways, by remaining hidden inside the Heavenly Mirror or a Lighthouse.
* MeaningfulName: He's essentially the only surviving member of the beta test group. Worse, his abilities are buggy, with Sophia needed to supply patches as needed. The upside? By comparison, the Wings of the Devils are better-balanced, but overall... nerfed.
* OutOfFocus: After Train City, the poor guy has remained stuck within Xia and Koon's lighthouses as the group makes their way up to the 43rd Floor of Death.
* PlayingWithSyringes: He's the very messed-up result of this. And, without the continued long-distance support of Sophia's expertise, he'd quickly run into problems maintaining his physical and mental well-being.
* TheTeam:
--> '''Team Novick:''' Beta, Dan, Novick, Ran, and Xia Xia.
* TookALevelInBadass: Beta really stepped up his game when the Hell Train chapters came along. Not only was he able to solo a couple of Ha Yura's followers, he was able to cause damage to the Mirotic guardian despite previous characters have been shown to fail.
* TykeBomb: Like the other experiments. They were all raised specifically to weapons from very young.
* UnwittingPawn: Relying on Emile for information isn't a good idea...

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* ArcVillain: Fought AmbiguousGender: Implied to be male, but since it's not a real person, it's up for debate as to whether it was programmed to be a male.
* BeamSpam: Its main means of attack seem to be firing spears of shinsoo at enemies.
* BewareTheQuietOnes: Held its own
against Viole and his companions during the Workshop Battle.
* CharacterDevelopment: He loses a lot of his villainous aspects after being hit with a HeelFaceTurn.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Not only he is a Living Ignition Weapon experiment, he was forced to kill his friends during said experiments.
* ADayInTheLimelight: The Workshop Battle tournament was basically an entire introduction arc for Beta's character.
* GreenEyedMonster: The reason he joins FUG to destroy Baam is because he's jealous that his target, Baam, has friends and is trying to reunite with them, while he had to kill his own friends in the past as part of being a living weapon, claiming that his target should suffer the same pain as he did.
** And in Vol.2 Chapter 95, he finally gets a ShutUpHannibal on his face.
---> '''Baam''':The reason you hated me wasn't for revenge...You just needed someone to hate.
* HeelFaceTurn: Decides to join with Baam in the end. He is currently part of Koon's spare team along with
Koon Ran, Novick, Xia Xia Daniel Hatchid ([[{{Troll}} before the latter forces the guardian out of commission]]) and Dan.
* LoopholeAbuse: Despite not being
even a true Regular, Beta climbs the Tower anyways, by remaining hidden inside the Heavenly Mirror or a Lighthouse.
* MeaningfulName: He's essentially the only surviving member of the beta test group. Worse, his abilities are buggy, with Sophia needed to supply patches as needed. The upside? By comparison, the Wings of the Devils are better-balanced, but overall... nerfed.
* OutOfFocus: After Train City, the poor guy has remained stuck within Xia and Koon's lighthouses as the
group makes their way up of powerful D-rank Regulars.
* BlackCloak: Its clothes.
* GuardianEntity: Programmed
to guard the 43rd Floor entrance of Death.
* PlayingWithSyringes: He's the very messed-up result of this. And, without the continued long-distance support of Sophia's expertise, he'd quickly run into problems maintaining his physical and mental well-being.
* TheTeam:
--> '''Team Novick:''' Beta, Dan, Novick, Ran, and Xia Xia.
* TookALevelInBadass: Beta really stepped up his game when
the Hell Train chapters came along. Not only was he able Train.
* ProjectedMan: An illusion created
to solo look like a couple of Ha Yura's followers, he was able to cause damage to humanoid.
** HandyRemoteControl: And can be activated/deactivated through
the Mirotic guardian despite previous characters have been shown to fail.
* TykeBomb: Like the other experiments. They were all raised
simple click of a button on a remote control designed specifically to weapons from very young.
control the guardian. Both Daniel Hatchid, and Ha Yura, have one.
* UnwittingPawn: Relying on Emile for information isn't RedEyesTakeWarning: Baam gets a good idea...
brief glimpse when he bypasses Mirotic.
* TheStoic: Always has the same calm expression.
* TheQuietOne: Only spoke once to threaten Ran's team, hasn't spoken a word since.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Kind of a mix of blue-and-green, but still self explanatory.



!!!Hell Train

[[folder:Mirotic]]

!!'''Mirotic'''

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!!!Hell Train

[[folder:Mirotic]]

!!'''Mirotic'''

[[folder:"God" of guardians]]

!!'''"God" of guardians'''

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The gatekeeper of the Hell Train stationed at Train City. This guardian acts as a defensive system to keep Regulars from boarding the train before the appropriate time.

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The gatekeeper strongest guardian of the Hell Train, he is revered by all the other Hell Train stationed at Train City. This guardian acts as a defensive system guardians and he treats them like his subordinates, according to keep Regulars from boarding the Sachi. Originally created to train before Zahard and the appropriate time.10 Great Warriors by making them undergo "Revolution", he plans to do the same with Baam after the latter encountered him on his way through the train.



* AmbiguousGender: Implied to be male, but since it's not a real person, it's up for debate as to whether it was programmed to be a male.
* BeamSpam: Its main means of attack seem to be firing spears of shinsoo at enemies.
* BewareTheQuietOnes: Held its own against Koon Ran, Daniel Hatchid ([[{{Troll}} before the latter forces the guardian out of commission]]) and even a group of powerful D-rank Regulars.
* BlackCloak: Its clothes.
* GuardianEntity: Programmed to guard the entrance of the Hell Train.
* ProjectedMan: An illusion created to look like a humanoid.
** HandyRemoteControl: And can be activated/deactivated through the simple click of a button on a remote control designed specifically to control the guardian. Both Daniel Hatchid, and Ha Yura, have one.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Baam gets a brief glimpse when he bypasses Mirotic.
* TheStoic: Always has the same calm expression.
* TheQuietOne: Only spoke once to threaten Ran's team, hasn't spoken a word since.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Kind of a mix of blue-and-green, but still self explanatory.

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* AmbiguousGender: Implied AGodIAmNot: He states that he isn't a god and that the title just came from Regulars who were in awe of his strength.
* TheAtoner: His dialogue oozes this whenever he talks
to be male, but Baam for more than five minutes. Apparently, Zahard... did something nasty to the Tower's system with the power he connected with under the Guardian's guidance. It's not ''too'' hard to work out what went badly. And, he's hoping to get somebody powered up enough to change things (Urek seems to have been a bust, though not a disastrous one). He also advises Baam not to blindly seek power like Zahard did, since it's not a real person, it's up for debate as to whether it was programmed to be a male.
* BeamSpam: Its main means of attack seem to be firing spears of shinsoo at enemies.
* BewareTheQuietOnes: Held its own against Koon Ran, Daniel Hatchid ([[{{Troll}} before the latter forces the guardian out of commission]])
their power can bring conflict and misery even if they have good intentions.
* CurbStompBattle: The last time Sachi saw him, he annihilated
a group of powerful D-rank Regulars.
* BlackCloak: Its clothes.
* GuardianEntity: Programmed
Regulars that were reckless enough to guard the entrance of the Hell Train.
* ProjectedMan: An illusion created to look like a humanoid.
** HandyRemoteControl: And can be activated/deactivated through the simple click of a button on a remote control designed
challenge him. Justified: his actual job is specifically to control the guardian. Both Daniel Hatchid, and Ha Yura, have one.
bring ''Irregulars'' up to snuff.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: TheForceIsStrongWithThisOne: Baam gets notes that he felt a brief glimpse tremendous power exuding from the "god" of guardians, similar to that of Urek (although Urek was greater).
* LightningBruiser: Naturally, seeing that he's the strongest and most authorative guardian inside the Hell Train. Barring Urek Mazino, the "god" of guardians has never been defeated by a D-ranked Regular since his conception.
* OurGiantsAreBigger: A very large humanoid being.
* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: Existed
when he bypasses Mirotic.
* TheStoic: Always has
Zahard and the same calm expression.
10 Great Warriors first boarded the Hell Train and he pre-dates the conception of the Zahard Empire. This entity is ''very'' old.
* TheQuietOne: Only spoke once ShoutOut: Looks strikingly similar to threaten Ran's team, hasn't spoken a word since.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Kind
the Marvel depictions of a mix the Norse god Thor.
* SuperEmpowering: The "god"
of blue-and-green, but still guardians and the 'Rice Pot' inside the Hell Train were created solely for the purpose of giving "Revolution"[[note]]"Revolution" is described as the process of finding one's true self explanatory.
that is unrelated to society, ideologies and others.[[/note]] to Irregulars that enter the Tower. In fact, the entire Hell Train system, as well as all the guardians inside it, were all created in order to train and power-up Zahard and the 10 Great Warriors for their climb up the Tower.



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!!'''"God" of guardians'''

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[[folder:"God" of guardians]]

!!'''"God" of guardians'''

!!!Others

[[folder:Akryung]]

!!'''Akryung'''

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The strongest guardian of the Hell Train, he is revered by all the other Hell Train guardians and he treats them like his subordinates, according to Sachi. Originally created to train Zahard and the 10 Great Warriors by making them undergo "Revolution", he plans to do the same with Baam after the latter encountered him on his way through the train.

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\nThe strongest guardian ->'''Tower Position:''' Spear-Bearer

A huge, mysterious hulking monster
of unknown origin; he kept Rak in check during the Hell Train, he is revered by all Crown Game, immediately passed the other Hell Train guardians Spear Bearer's exam, and he treats them like slaughtered everybody except Rachel and Androssi in the preliminaries. He may or may not be an Irregular, whether the comments about the Irregular in his subordinates, team applied to him or Rachel is unclear as of now. [[spoiler:He was 'prepared' by Headon to assist Rachel, according to Sachi. Originally created to train Zahard and Yu Han Sung, although what that means - whether he's actually taking the 10 Great Warriors by making them undergo "Revolution", test, or, for that matter, whether he's actually ''alive'' - is unknown. However it does more or less confirm that he plans to do the same with Baam after the latter encountered him on his way through the train.''isn't'' an Irregular.]]



* AGodIAmNot: He states that he isn't a god and that the title just came from Regulars who were in awe of his strength.
* TheAtoner: His dialogue oozes this whenever he talks to Baam for more than five minutes. Apparently, Zahard... did something nasty to the Tower's system with the power he connected with under the Guardian's guidance. It's not ''too'' hard to work out what went badly. And, he's hoping to get somebody powered up enough to change things (Urek seems to have been a bust, though not a disastrous one). He also advises Baam not to blindly seek power like Zahard did, since their power can bring conflict and misery even if they have good intentions.
* CurbStompBattle: The last time Sachi saw him, he annihilated a group of Regulars that were reckless enough to challenge him. Justified: his actual job is specifically to bring ''Irregulars'' up to snuff.
* TheForceIsStrongWithThisOne: Baam notes that he felt a tremendous power exuding from the "god" of guardians, similar to that of Urek (although Urek was greater).
* LightningBruiser: Naturally, seeing that he's the strongest and most authorative guardian inside the Hell Train. Barring Urek Mazino, the "god" of guardians has never been defeated by a D-ranked Regular since his conception.
* OurGiantsAreBigger: A very large humanoid being.
* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: Existed when Zahard and the 10 Great Warriors first boarded the Hell Train and he pre-dates the conception of the Zahard Empire. This entity is ''very'' old.
* ShoutOut: Looks strikingly similar to the Marvel depictions of the Norse god Thor.
* SuperEmpowering: The "god" of guardians and the 'Rice Pot' inside the Hell Train were created solely for the purpose of giving "Revolution"[[note]]"Revolution" is described as the process of finding one's true self that is unrelated to society, ideologies and others.[[/note]] to Irregulars that enter the Tower. In fact, the entire Hell Train system, as well as all the guardians inside it, were all created in order to train and power-up Zahard and the 10 Great Warriors for their climb up the Tower.

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* AGodIAmNot: He states that he isn't a god and that BigGuy: For the title just came from Regulars who were in awe of his strength.
Androssi, Rachel, Akryung team.
* TheAtoner: His dialogue oozes this whenever he talks to Baam for more than five minutes. Apparently, Zahard... did something nasty to the Tower's system BlackKnight: A giant with black armor.
* BloodKnight: Kills for
the power he connected with under sake of killing. [[spoiler:In actuality, it was assisting Rachel to make it through the Guardian's guidance. It's not ''too'' hard to work out what went badly. And, he's hoping to get somebody powered up enough to change things (Urek seems to have been a bust, though not a disastrous one). He also advises Baam not to blindly seek power like Zahard did, since their power can bring conflict and misery even if they have good intentions.
first tests]].
* CurbStompBattle: The last time Sachi saw him, In the first test on the Second Floor, he annihilated a group of and Androssi killed 297 other Regulars that were reckless enough to challenge him. Justified: his actual job is specifically to bring ''Irregulars'' within 30 minutes.
* HeWhoMustNotBeHeard: It's unclear if he can speak at all, though he does have an incredibly creepy laugh.
* MeaningfulName: "Ahkryeong" means "evil/malicious spirit" in Korean.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: See above.
* OneManArmy: Nothing could stand
up to snuff.
* TheForceIsStrongWithThisOne: Baam notes that he felt a tremendous power exuding from
it in the "god" of guardians, similar to that of Urek (although Urek was greater).
initial survival round.
* LightningBruiser: Naturally, seeing that he's SpellMyNameWithAnS: Akryung or Aek-Ryun
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Akryung disappears after
the strongest and most authorative guardian inside the Hell Train. Barring Urek Mazino, the "god" Floor of guardians has never been defeated by a D-ranked Regular since his conception.
* OurGiantsAreBigger: A very large humanoid being.
* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: Existed when Zahard and the 10 Great Warriors first boarded the Hell Train and he pre-dates the conception of the Zahard Empire. This entity is ''very'' old.
* ShoutOut: Looks strikingly similar to the Marvel depictions of the Norse god Thor.
* SuperEmpowering: The "god" of guardians and the 'Rice Pot' inside the Hell Train were created solely for the purpose of giving "Revolution"[[note]]"Revolution" is described as the process of finding one's true self that is unrelated to society, ideologies and others.[[/note]] to Irregulars that enter the Tower. In fact, the entire Hell Train system, as well as all the guardians inside it, were all created in order to train and power-up Zahard and the 10 Great Warriors for their climb up the Tower.
Tests saga.



!!!Others

[[folder:Akryung]]

!!'''Akryung'''

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!!!Others

[[folder:Akryung]]

!!'''Akryung'''

[[folder:Alumik Edrok]]

!!'''Alumik Edrok'''

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->'''Tower Position:''' Spear-Bearer

A huge, mysterious hulking monster of unknown origin; he kept Rak in check during the Crown Game, immediately passed the Spear Bearer's exam, and slaughtered everybody except Rachel and Androssi in the preliminaries. He may or may not be an Irregular, whether the comments about the Irregular in his team applied to him or Rachel is unclear as of now. [[spoiler:He was 'prepared' by Headon to assist Rachel, according to Yu Han Sung, although what that means - whether he's actually taking the test, or, for that matter, whether he's actually ''alive'' - is unknown. However it does more or less confirm that he ''isn't'' an Irregular.]]

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->'''Tower Position:''' Spear-Bearer

A huge, mysterious hulking monster
Guide

Princess Repellista's guide, and a member
of unknown origin; he kept Rak in check during the Crown Game, immediately passed the Spear Bearer's exam, and slaughtered everybody except Rachel and Androssi same family as Evan. Alumik serves as Repellista's butler wherever Repellista decides to spend her time in the preliminaries. He may or may not be an Irregular, whether the comments about the Irregular in his team applied to him or Rachel is unclear as of now. [[spoiler:He was 'prepared' by Headon to assist Rachel, according to Yu Han Sung, although what that means - whether he's actually taking the test, or, for that matter, whether he's actually ''alive'' - is unknown. However it does more or less confirm that he ''isn't'' an Irregular.]]Tower.



* BigGuy: For the Androssi, Rachel, Akryung team.
* BlackKnight: A giant with black armor.
* BloodKnight: Kills for the sake of killing. [[spoiler:In actuality, it was assisting Rachel to make it through the first tests]].
* CurbStompBattle: In the first test on the Second Floor, he and Androssi killed 297 other Regulars within 30 minutes.
* HeWhoMustNotBeHeard: It's unclear if he can speak at all, though he does have an incredibly creepy laugh.
* MeaningfulName: "Ahkryeong" means "evil/malicious spirit" in Korean.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: See above.
* OneManArmy: Nothing could stand up to it in the initial survival round.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Akryung or Aek-Ryun
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Akryung disappears after the Floor of Tests saga.

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* BigGuy: For the Androssi, Rachel, Akryung team.
BattleButler: A Tower guide who serves as Repellista's butler.
* BlackKnight: A giant GoodHairEvilHair: Has a handlebar mustache.
* NiceGuy: Takes care of Repellista, and has no problem
with black armor.
* BloodKnight: Kills for
Yuri visiting Repellista whenever the sake of killing. [[spoiler:In actuality, it was assisting Rachel to make it through the first tests]].
Ha Princess wishes.
* CurbStompBattle: In the first test on the Second Floor, he OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame: Like Evan, Alumik is a Silver Dwarf guide.
* SharpDressedMan: Alumik's butler attire.
* SpotOfTea: Usually seen drinking
and Androssi killed 297 other Regulars within 30 minutes.
* HeWhoMustNotBeHeard: It's unclear if he can speak at all, though he does have an incredibly creepy laugh.
* MeaningfulName: "Ahkryeong" means "evil/malicious spirit" in Korean.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: See above.
* OneManArmy: Nothing could stand up to it in the initial survival round.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Akryung or Aek-Ryun
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Akryung disappears after the Floor
offering cups of Tests saga.
tea.



[[folder:Alumik Edrok]]

!!'''Alumik Edrok'''

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[[folder:Alumik Edrok]]

!!'''Alumik Edrok'''

[[folder:The "Power"]]

!!'''The "Power"'''
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->'''Tower Position:''' Guide

Princess Repellista's guide, and a member of the same family as Evan. Alumik serves as Repellista's butler wherever Repellista decides to spend her time in the Tower.

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->'''Tower Position:''' Guide

Princess Repellista's guide,

This entity introduced itself as a "Power". Since then it has been speaking to Baam
and a member of the same family as Evan. Alumik serves as Repellista's butler wherever Repellista decides to spend her time apparently aiding him in the Tower.his battles, though [[PowerAtAPrice not without its issues apparently]].




* BattleButler: A Tower guide who serves as Repellista's butler.
* GoodHairEvilHair: Has a handlebar mustache.
* NiceGuy: Takes care of Repellista, and has no problem with Yuri visiting Repellista whenever the Ha Princess wishes.
* OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame: Like Evan, Alumik is a Silver Dwarf guide.
* SharpDressedMan: Alumik's butler attire.
* SpotOfTea: Usually seen drinking and offering cups of tea.

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\n* BattleButler: A Tower guide who serves as Repellista's butler.
* GoodHairEvilHair: Has a handlebar mustache.
* NiceGuy: Takes care of Repellista, and has no problem
AffablyEvil: Despite being quite sinister looking in appearance, its attitude is surprisingly friendly with Yuri visiting Repellista whenever Baam.
* BreakThemByTalking: Seems to be its main MO. However, it's continually hitting
the Ha Princess wishes.
* OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame: Like Evan, Alumik
brick wall that is a Silver Dwarf guide.
Baam's less than Tower-average view on life. Sure, his words can get the lad thinking, but... not usually in the direction it seems to be trying to push him.
* SharpDressedMan: Alumik's butler attire.
DealWithTheDevil: Attempts this with Baam when he is undergoing "Revolution" with the guardian on the Hell Train; Baam sees through it though. Time will tell how this turns out.
* SpotOfTea: Usually seen drinking EnemyWithin: The "god" of guardians implies that this is the case with the "Power" for Baam.
* NoSell: So far, every argument
and offering cups offer it's made to Baam has stumbled shy of tea.
the apparent goal, even if some of it gets used (if not in the way it expected). It either needs to change strategy, or find a better sales pitch.
* SuperReflexes: Aided Baam by helping him react to attacks more quickly, and enhancing his abilities to perceive his opponents moves. Though at the same time giving him constant mental strain as well.
* TakeOverTheWorld: Basically what it proposes to Baam, saying that the best way for him to protect his friends to is to take over the Tower. Baam initially rejects it, but eventually comes to agree that it is probably correct.
* TheVoice: Was initially this, until it actually appeared in physical form inside his mind when Baam entered the Rice Pot and underwent "Revolution".



[[folder:The "Power"]]

!!'''The "Power"'''
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This entity introduced itself as a "Power". Since then it has been speaking to Baam and apparently aiding him in his battles, though [[PowerAtAPrice not without its issues apparently]].

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[[folder:The "Power"]]

Snake Charmer]]

!!'''The "Power"'''
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%%[[caption-width-right:297:some caption text]]

This entity introduced itself as a "Power". Since then it has been speaking to Baam
Snake Charmer'''

The one responsible for selecting
and apparently aiding him in his battles, though [[PowerAtAPrice not without its issues apparently]]. sorting out Zahard Princess candidates.

A data version of the Snake Charmer appears as Androssi's "Sworn Enemy" on the Hidden Floor.



* AffablyEvil: Despite being quite sinister looking in appearance, its attitude is surprisingly friendly with Baam.
* BreakThemByTalking: Seems to be its main MO. However, it's continually hitting the brick wall that is Baam's less than Tower-average view on life. Sure, his words can get the lad thinking, but... not usually in the direction it seems to be trying to push him.
* DealWithTheDevil: Attempts this with Baam when he is undergoing "Revolution" with the guardian on the Hell Train; Baam sees through it though. Time will tell how this turns out.
* EnemyWithin: The "god" of guardians implies that this is the case with the "Power" for Baam.
* NoSell: So far, every argument and offer it's made to Baam has stumbled shy of the apparent goal, even if some of it gets used (if not in the way it expected). It either needs to change strategy, or find a better sales pitch.
* SuperReflexes: Aided Baam by helping him react to attacks more quickly, and enhancing his abilities to perceive his opponents moves. Though at the same time giving him constant mental strain as well.
* TakeOverTheWorld: Basically what it proposes to Baam, saying that the best way for him to protect his friends to is to take over the Tower. Baam initially rejects it, but eventually comes to agree that it is probably correct.
* TheVoice: Was initially this, until it actually appeared in physical form inside his mind when Baam entered the Rice Pot and underwent "Revolution".

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* AffablyEvil: Despite being quite sinister looking LoopholeAbuse: The Hidden Floor generates a Sworn Enemy for every visitor and sends them to attack anyone who stirs up trouble. But the Snake Charmer is more interested in appearance, its attitude watching Androssi's development. Sworn Enemies are normally compelled to kill their counterpart if they don't want to already, but the system can only compel one mind at a time. Since his mind is surprisingly friendly with Baam.
* BreakThemByTalking: Seems
distributed, he is able to be its main MO. However, retain self-awareness and can simply strike at any part of himself that gets compelled to attack Androssi.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: The Hidden Floor would not have chosen him as Androssi's sworn enemy if she didn't harbor negative feelings towards him. But since he was able to loophole
it's continually hitting the brick wall that is Baam's less than Tower-average view on life. Sure, his words can get the lad thinking, but... not usually in the direction it seems system to be trying to push him.
* DealWithTheDevil: Attempts this with Baam when
help her instead of attack her and he is undergoing "Revolution" with the guardian on the Hell Train; Baam sees through it though. Time will tell how this turns out.
* EnemyWithin: The "god" of guardians implies that this is the case with the "Power" for Baam.
* NoSell: So far, every argument and
far too dangerous as an enemy, Androssi accepts his offer it's made of aid.
* TheyWereHoldingYouBack: Androssi suspects he murdered her loving adopted parents
to Baam has stumbled shy of force her down the apparent goal, even if some path of it gets used (if not in the way it expected). It either needs to change strategy, or find a better sales pitch.
* SuperReflexes: Aided Baam by helping him react to attacks more quickly, and enhancing his abilities to perceive his opponents moves. Though at the same time giving him constant mental strain as well.
* TakeOverTheWorld: Basically what it proposes to Baam, saying that the best way for him to protect his friends to is to take over the Tower. Baam initially rejects it, but eventually comes to agree that it is probably correct.
* TheVoice: Was initially this, until it actually appeared in physical form inside his mind when Baam entered the Rice Pot and underwent "Revolution".
Zahard princess instead of growing up a normal girl.



[[folder:The Snake Charmer]]

!!'''The Snake Charmer'''

The one responsible for selecting and sorting out Zahard Princess candidates.

A data version of the Snake Charmer appears as Androssi's "Sworn Enemy" on the Hidden Floor.
----
* LoopholeAbuse: The Hidden Floor generates a Sworn Enemy for every visitor and sends them to attack anyone who stirs up trouble. But the Snake Charmer is more interested in watching Androssi's development. Sworn Enemies are normally compelled to kill their counterpart if they don't want to already, but the system can only compel one mind at a time. Since his mind is distributed, he is able to retain self-awareness and can simply strike at any part of himself that gets compelled to attack Androssi.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: The Hidden Floor would not have chosen him as Androssi's sworn enemy if she didn't harbor negative feelings towards him. But since he was able to loophole it's system to help her instead of attack her and he is far too dangerous as an enemy, Androssi accepts his offer of aid.
* TheyWereHoldingYouBack: Androssi suspects he murdered her loving adopted parents to force her down the path of a Zahard princess instead of growing up a normal girl.

[[/folder]]


* GenreSavvy: Alumik knows not to take Irregulars lightly as he explains to Evan why he doesn't believe that Baam died on the 2nd Floor.


* TakeOverTheWorld: Basically what it proposes to Baam, saying that the best way for him to protect his friends to is to take over the Tower.

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* TakeOverTheWorld: Basically what it proposes to Baam, saying that the best way for him to protect his friends to is to take over the Tower. Baam initially rejects it, but eventually comes to agree that it is probably correct.

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A data version of the Snake Charmer appears as Androssi's "Sworn Enemy" on the Hidden Floor.


* LoopholeAbuse: The Hidden Floor generates a Sworn Enemy for every visitor and sends them to attack anyone who stirs up trouble. But the Snake Charmer is more interested in watching Androssi's development. Sworn Enemies are normally compelled to kill their counterpart if they don't want to already, but the system can only compel one mind at a time. Since his mind is distributed, he is able to retain self-awareness and simply able to strike at any part of himself that gets compelled to attack Androssi.

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* LoopholeAbuse: The Hidden Floor generates a Sworn Enemy for every visitor and sends them to attack anyone who stirs up trouble. But the Snake Charmer is more interested in watching Androssi's development. Sworn Enemies are normally compelled to kill their counterpart if they don't want to already, but the system can only compel one mind at a time. Since his mind is distributed, he is able to retain self-awareness and can simply able to strike at any part of himself that gets compelled to attack Androssi.

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[[folder:The Snake Charmer]]

!!'''The Snake Charmer'''

The one responsible for selecting and sorting out Zahard Princess candidates.
----
* LoopholeAbuse: The Hidden Floor generates a Sworn Enemy for every visitor and sends them to attack anyone who stirs up trouble. But the Snake Charmer is more interested in watching Androssi's development. Sworn Enemies are normally compelled to kill their counterpart if they don't want to already, but the system can only compel one mind at a time. Since his mind is distributed, he is able to retain self-awareness and simply able to strike at any part of himself that gets compelled to attack Androssi.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: The Hidden Floor would not have chosen him as Androssi's sworn enemy if she didn't harbor negative feelings towards him. But since he was able to loophole it's system to help her instead of attack her and he is far too dangerous as an enemy, Androssi accepts his offer of aid.
* TheyWereHoldingYouBack: Androssi suspects he murdered her loving adopted parents to force her down the path of a Zahard princess instead of growing up a normal girl.

[[/folder]]


!!!Hell Joe's Faction

[[folder:General Tropes:]]
* DefectorFromDecadence: They were subordinates of Grand De Sah but opposes the Grand Family because of differing opinions how to get out of their situation.
* EvilCounterpart: To Wolhaiksong. Both are TheDreaded factions who want to get out from their respective boundaries. Hell Joe in particular shows what happens if Urek Mazino snapped while pursuing his goal.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: They want to get out from the Hell Floor and will take every necessary step to do so.
* CompleteImmortality: The immortality spell pretty much does this to everyone on the floor of death. [[spoiler: However, if you have a strong enough "spell breaker" or an "irregular" attack, you can bypass it.]]
%%* WhoWantsToLiveForever

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Hell Joe]]

!!'''Hell Joe'''

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!!!Hell Joe's Faction

[[folder:General Tropes:]]
* DefectorFromDecadence: They were subordinates of Grand De Sah but opposes the Grand Family because of differing opinions how to get out of their situation.
* EvilCounterpart: To Wolhaiksong. Both are TheDreaded factions who want to get out from their respective boundaries. Hell Joe in particular shows what happens if Urek Mazino snapped while pursuing his goal.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: They want to get out from the Hell Floor and will take every necessary step to do so.
* CompleteImmortality: The immortality spell pretty much does this to everyone on the floor of death. [[spoiler: However, if you have a strong enough "spell breaker" or an "irregular" attack, you can bypass it.]]
%%* WhoWantsToLiveForever

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Hell Joe]]

!!'''Hell Joe'''

!!!Others

[[folder:Akryung]]

!!'''Akryung'''

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The current ruler of the 43rd Floor of Death's South City. Once a subordinate of the previous ruler, Grand De Sah, Hell Joe led a rebellion to take control of South City after being provided the Red Thryssa from Urek, and then made a deal with FUG to provide the organization the Thorn Fragments in return for Hell Joe finally being allowed to escape the Floor of Death. Over time, Hell Joe managed to locate three of the four fragments, and sent them out of the Floor of Death.

In the present, Hell Joe continues the search for the final Thorn Fragment, but is greeted by the FUG Slayer, Karaka, who informs Hell Joe that there's someone amongst the recent Floor of Death intruders (Baam's group) that can help him finally escape. In order to deal with the intruders, Hell Joe baits his enemies to attack his South City castle by claiming that he's found the last Thorn Fragment.

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\nThe current ruler ->'''Tower Position:''' Spear-Bearer

A huge, mysterious hulking monster
of unknown origin; he kept Rak in check during the 43rd Floor of Death's South City. Once a subordinate of Crown Game, immediately passed the previous ruler, Grand De Sah, Hell Joe led a rebellion to take control of South City after being provided Spear Bearer's exam, and slaughtered everybody except Rachel and Androssi in the Red Thryssa from Urek, and then made a deal with FUG to provide preliminaries. He may or may not be an Irregular, whether the organization comments about the Thorn Fragments Irregular in return for Hell Joe finally being allowed his team applied to escape the Floor him or Rachel is unclear as of Death. Over time, Hell Joe managed now. [[spoiler:He was 'prepared' by Headon to locate three of the four fragments, and sent them out of the Floor of Death.

In the present, Hell Joe continues the search for the final Thorn Fragment, but is greeted by the FUG Slayer, Karaka, who informs Hell Joe
assist Rachel, according to Yu Han Sung, although what that there's someone amongst the recent Floor of Death intruders (Baam's group) that can help him finally escape. In order to deal with the intruders, Hell Joe baits his enemies to attack his South City castle by claiming that means - whether he's found actually taking the last Thorn Fragment.test, or, for that matter, whether he's actually ''alive'' - is unknown. However it does more or less confirm that he ''isn't'' an Irregular.]]



* ArcVillain: Built up to be a major one for the Floor of Death StoryArc.
* BerserkButton: He hates the fact that Karaka provided him a television that only has the news channel.
* BlackCloak: Wears a black cloak.
* {{Bookworm}}: Likes to read comic books.
* TheCoup: Led a force against the previous leader, Grand De Sah, to take control of South City.
* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: Gray-hair with gray-eyes.
* DealWithTheDevil: [[spoiler:After failing to become leader of South City via election, he fell into despair and the Red Thryssa used this opportunity to convince Joe to form a FusionDance with him, allowing the Administrator fragment to corrupt his mind.]]
* {{Determinator}}: Hell Joe is determined to finally escape the Floor of Death.
* EvilMask: When combined with the Red Thryssa, he wears a sinister looking red mask.
* FanBoy: To Androssi Zahard.
* FallenHero: He was a nice guy who wishes to get out of Hell Floor but Grand De Sah's opposition snapped his mind.
* FromNobodyToNightmare: Goes from simple shinsoo hole technician to tyrant of Hell Floor's South City.
* FusionDance: He became one with the Red Thryssa, a surviving fragment of the 43rd Floor Guardian.
* GoalInLife: Hell Joe wishes to finally escape the Floor of Death.
* HeelRealization: [[spoiler:After being stripped of the Red Thryssa's power, he realizes that he had become DrunkWithPower and no longer feels he deserves to escape the Floor of Death.]]
* HornedHumanoid: Gains two massive red horns on his head when he combines with the Red Thryssa.
* TheLeader: Of the Floor of Death's South City.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: '''Hell''' Joe.
* ThePlan: Inspired by an event in one the comic books he's been reading, Hell Joe comes up with a plan to bait the recent Floor of Death intruders to his South City castle by claiming that he's obtained the final Thorn Fragment, and is about ready to hand it over to FUG.
* TheWorfEffect: Was hyped up to be incredibly strong, and would of destroyed [[spoiler: not possessed]] Yuri. Later, however, he was completely annihilated in a battle against [[spoiler: Urek Mazino (with only a little assistance from Baam)]].
* RedEyesTakeWarning: His eyes turn red when he fuses with the Red Thryssa.
* ScarfOfAsskicking: Wears a giant red scarf that even glows when he activates his powers.
* ScarsAreForever: Has a facial scar that goes across the top half of his face.
* SuperMode: His combined form with the Red Thryssa.

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* ArcVillain: Built up to be a major one BigGuy: For the Androssi, Rachel, Akryung team.
* BlackKnight: A giant with black armor.
* BloodKnight: Kills
for the Floor sake of Death StoryArc.
* BerserkButton: He hates
killing. [[spoiler:In actuality, it was assisting Rachel to make it through the fact that Karaka provided him a television that only has first tests]].
* CurbStompBattle: In
the news channel.
* BlackCloak: Wears a black cloak.
* {{Bookworm}}: Likes to read comic books.
* TheCoup: Led a force against
first test on the previous leader, Grand De Sah, to take control of South City.
* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: Gray-hair with gray-eyes.
* DealWithTheDevil: [[spoiler:After failing to become leader of South City via election,
Second Floor, he fell into despair and the Red Thryssa used this opportunity to convince Joe to form a FusionDance with him, allowing the Administrator fragment to corrupt his mind.]]
* {{Determinator}}: Hell Joe is determined to finally escape the Floor of Death.
* EvilMask: When combined with the Red Thryssa, he wears a sinister looking red mask.
* FanBoy: To
Androssi Zahard.
killed 297 other Regulars within 30 minutes.
* FallenHero: He was a nice guy who wishes to get out of Hell Floor but Grand De Sah's opposition snapped his mind.
* FromNobodyToNightmare: Goes from simple shinsoo hole technician to tyrant of Hell Floor's South City.
* FusionDance: He became one with the Red Thryssa, a surviving fragment of the 43rd Floor Guardian.
* GoalInLife: Hell Joe wishes to finally escape the Floor of Death.
* HeelRealization: [[spoiler:After being stripped of the Red Thryssa's power,
HeWhoMustNotBeHeard: It's unclear if he realizes that can speak at all, though he had become DrunkWithPower and no longer feels he deserves to escape the Floor of Death.]]
does have an incredibly creepy laugh.
* HornedHumanoid: Gains two massive red horns on his head when he combines with the Red Thryssa.
* TheLeader: Of the Floor of Death's South City.
MeaningfulName: "Ahkryeong" means "evil/malicious spirit" in Korean.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: '''Hell''' Joe.
See above.
* ThePlan: Inspired by an event OneManArmy: Nothing could stand up to it in one the comic books he's been reading, Hell Joe comes up with a plan to bait initial survival round.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Akryung or Aek-Ryun
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Akryung disappears after
the recent Floor of Death intruders to his South City castle by claiming that he's obtained the final Thorn Fragment, and is about ready to hand it over to FUG.
* TheWorfEffect: Was hyped up to be incredibly strong, and would of destroyed [[spoiler: not possessed]] Yuri. Later, however, he was completely annihilated in a battle against [[spoiler: Urek Mazino (with only a little assistance from Baam)]].
* RedEyesTakeWarning: His eyes turn red when he fuses with the Red Thryssa.
* ScarfOfAsskicking: Wears a giant red scarf that even glows when he activates his powers.
* ScarsAreForever: Has a facial scar that goes across the top half of his face.
* SuperMode: His combined form with the Red Thryssa.
Tests saga.



[[folder:Ssong]]

!!'''Ssong'''

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[[folder:Ssong]]

!!'''Ssong'''

[[folder:Alumik Edrok]]

!!'''Alumik Edrok'''

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One of Hell Joe's five Army Commanders. Unlike the other commanders, Ssong is determined to escape the Floor of Death.

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\nOne ->'''Tower Position:''' Guide

Princess Repellista's guide, and a member
of Hell Joe's five Army Commanders. Unlike the other commanders, Ssong is determined same family as Evan. Alumik serves as Repellista's butler wherever Repellista decides to escape spend her time in the Floor of Death.Tower.



* BlackCloak: Wears a black cloak.
* {{Determinator}}: Like Hell Joe, Ssong wishes to finally escape the Floor of Death.
* GoalInLife: Ssong wishes to reclaim his soul in order to escape the Floor of Death, and then return to climbing the Tower in order to obtain the wealth and power at the top.
* InSeriesNickname: Ssong the Traitor.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Compared to the other Army Commanders, Ssong had red glowing eyes.
* RedOniBlueOni: The red to Charlotte's blue. Unlike Charlotte, who's given up the thought of escaping the Floor of Death, Ssong is still determined as ever.
* ScarfOfAsskicking Wears a dark-gray scarf.
* WhiteMaskOfDoom: Like the other Army Commanders, Ssong wears a white mask.

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* BlackCloak: Wears a black cloak.
* {{Determinator}}: Like Hell Joe, Ssong wishes to finally escape the Floor of Death.
* GoalInLife: Ssong wishes to reclaim his soul in order to escape the Floor of Death, and then return to climbing the
BattleButler: A Tower in order guide who serves as Repellista's butler.
* GenreSavvy: Alumik knows not
to obtain take Irregulars lightly as he explains to Evan why he doesn't believe that Baam died on the wealth 2nd Floor.
* GoodHairEvilHair: Has a handlebar mustache.
* NiceGuy: Takes care of Repellista,
and power at has no problem with Yuri visiting Repellista whenever the top.
Ha Princess wishes.
* InSeriesNickname: Ssong the Traitor.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Compared to the other Army Commanders, Ssong had red glowing eyes.
* RedOniBlueOni: The red to Charlotte's blue. Unlike Charlotte, who's given up the thought of escaping the Floor of Death, Ssong is still determined as ever.
* ScarfOfAsskicking Wears a dark-gray scarf.
* WhiteMaskOfDoom:
OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame: Like the other Army Commanders, Ssong wears Evan, Alumik is a white mask.
Silver Dwarf guide.
* SharpDressedMan: Alumik's butler attire.
* SpotOfTea: Usually seen drinking and offering cups of tea.



[[folder:Charlotte]]

!!'''Charlotte'''

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[[folder:Charlotte]]

!!'''Charlotte'''

[[folder:The "Power"]]

!!'''The "Power"'''
[[quoteright:297:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/togcharlotte.org/pmwiki/pub/images/thepowertog.jpg]]



->'''Tower Position:''' Light-Bearer

One of Hell Joe's five Army Commanders.

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->'''Tower Position:''' Light-Bearer

One of Hell Joe's five Army Commanders.

This entity introduced itself as a "Power". Since then it has been speaking to Baam and apparently aiding him in his battles, though [[PowerAtAPrice not without its issues apparently]].




* BlackCloak: Wears a black cloak.
* InSeriesNickname: Charlotte the Temptress.
* MissionControl: The lighthouse user that supports the other Army Commanders from her control room.
* RedOniBlueOni: The blue to Ssong's red. Charlotte does not share the same enthusiasm as Ssong when it comes to finally being able to escape the Floor of Death.
* ShesGotLegs: Compared to the other Army Commanders, her legs are designed to look quite feminine.
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: The only female amongst Hell Joe's five Army Commanders.
* WhiteMaskOfDoom: Like the other Army Commanders, Charlotte wears a white mask.

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\n* BlackCloak: Wears a black cloak.
AffablyEvil: Despite being quite sinister looking in appearance, its attitude is surprisingly friendly with Baam.
* InSeriesNickname: Charlotte BreakThemByTalking: Seems to be its main MO. However, it's continually hitting the Temptress.
* MissionControl: The lighthouse user
brick wall that supports is Baam's less than Tower-average view on life. Sure, his words can get the other Army Commanders from her control room.
lad thinking, but... not usually in the direction it seems to be trying to push him.
* RedOniBlueOni: DealWithTheDevil: Attempts this with Baam when he is undergoing "Revolution" with the guardian on the Hell Train; Baam sees through it though. Time will tell how this turns out.
* EnemyWithin:
The blue "god" of guardians implies that this is the case with the "Power" for Baam.
* NoSell: So far, every argument and offer it's made
to Ssong's red. Charlotte does Baam has stumbled shy of the apparent goal, even if some of it gets used (if not share in the way it expected). It either needs to change strategy, or find a better sales pitch.
* SuperReflexes: Aided Baam by helping him react to attacks more quickly, and enhancing his abilities to perceive his opponents moves. Though at
the same enthusiasm time giving him constant mental strain as Ssong well.
* TakeOverTheWorld: Basically what it proposes to Baam, saying that the best way for him to protect his friends to is to take over the Tower.
* TheVoice: Was initially this, until it actually appeared in physical form inside his mind
when it comes to finally being able to escape Baam entered the Floor of Death.
* ShesGotLegs: Compared to the other Army Commanders, her legs are designed to look quite feminine.
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: The only female amongst Hell Joe's five Army Commanders.
* WhiteMaskOfDoom: Like the other Army Commanders, Charlotte wears a white mask.
Rice Pot and underwent "Revolution".



[[folder:Sanchez]]

!!'''Sanchez'''

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%%[[caption-width-right:297:some caption text]]
->'''Tower Position:''' Spear-Bearer

One of Hell Joe's five Army Commanders. During the defense of South City's castle against the Floor of Death intruders, Sanchez gets stationed at a high location to support Walcott from afar.
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* AnArmAndALeg: Despite having an immortal soulless body, Sanchez loses his right arm to Yuri's ignited 13-Month weapons.
* BeamSpam: His scythe creates a ball of shinsoo that Sanchez fires at his enemies.
* BlackCloak: Wears a black cloak.
* HornedHumanoid: Gains two giant red horns in his SuperMode.
* InSeriesNickname: Sanchez the Piercer.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Name originates from one of the many real-life soccer players that have the Sanchez name.
* SuperMode: Becomes massive when Sanchez fights seriously.
* WeaponOfChoice: Fights with a large SinisterScythe.
* ThisCannotBe: He's left stunned in disbelief that Yuri managed to kill Walcott, who's supposed to be immortal due to the Floor of Death spell making their soulless bodies immortal.
* WhiteMaskOfDoom: Like the other Army Commanders, Sanchez wears a white mask.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Fabregas]]

!!'''Fabregas'''

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%%[[caption-width-right:297:some caption text]]

One of Hell Joe's five Army Commanders. During the defense of South City's castle against the Floor of Death intruders, Fabregas attempts to bail after witnessing the power of Yuri's ignited 13-Month weapons.
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* BlackCloak: Wears a black cloak.
* CharacterDeath: Baam kills him with a Shinsoo Black-hole Sphere.
* CurbStompBattle: Was on the receiving end of ''two'' from Hell Joe and Baam.
* IDontWantToDie: Similar to the ScrewThisImOuttaHere example, Fabregas actually says this to Hell Joe as to why he doesn't want to defend the South City castle anymore.
* InSeriesNickname: Fabregas the Bloody.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Name originates from the real-life soccer player, Cesc Fabregas.
* SatelliteCharacter: Both times Fabregas attempted to fight, he was used to hype up Hell Joe, and to show off that Baam's new Shinsoo Black-Hole Sphere attack can break through the Floor of Death's immortality spell.
* ScarfOfAsskicking: Wears a white scarf.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: After Yuri reveals that she's capable of killing those that are immortal on the Floor of Death, Fabregas attempts to ditch Hell Joe's castle defense plan. However, Hell Joe quickly puts the traitor in his place, which causes Fabregas to go back to defending the castle.
* SpikesOfVillainy: His SuperMode adds massive red spikes along his back.
* SuperMode: He attempts to attack Hell Joe and Baam's group in his battle-form.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: He died shortly after his introduction.
* WhiteMaskOfDoom: Like the other Army Commanders, Fabregas wears a white mask.
* TheWorfEffect: Despite Fabregas's immortal form, Baam's Shinsoo Black-Hole Sphere is proven to be powerful enough to break through the Floor of Death's immortality spell.
* ThisCannotBe: In his last moments, Fabregas is left stunned in disbelief that Baam's Shinsoo Black-Hole Sphere was able to break through his immortal body.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Walcott]]

!!'''Walcott'''
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%%[[caption-width-right:297:some caption text]]

One of Hell Joe's five Army Commanders. During the defense of South City's castle against the Floor of Death intruders, Walcott gets stationed at the main entrance.
----

* BlackCloak: Wears a black cloak.
* CharacterDeath: He's killed by Yuri after being overwhelmed by her ignited 13-Month weapons, Black March and Green April.
* CurbStompBattle: Once Yuri ignited the Black March and Green April, Walcott was done for.
* HeartSymbol: His body creates one upon enjoying the thought that he was stationed at the main castle entrance because Hell Joe considers him the strongest.
* HornedHumanoid: Gains two giant red horns in his SuperMode.
* InSeriesNickname: Walcott the Windy.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Name originates from the real-life soccer player, Theo Walcott.
* NotSoInvincibleAfterAll: Despite his soulless body being immortal thanks to the Floor of Death spell, Walcott's body was destroyed by Yuri since the ignited 13-Month weapons were stronger than the spell.
* RazorWind: Like his [[InSeriesNickname title]], Walcott is able to fire blasts of wind at his enemies.
* SatelliteCharacter: He pretty much existed just to show off the power of Yuri's ignited 13-Month weapons.
* SuperMode: Becomes massive when Walcott fights seriously.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: He died shortly after his introduction.
* WhiteMaskOfDoom: Like the other Army Commanders, Walcott wears a white mask.

[[/folder]]

!!!Others

[[folder:Akryung]]

!!'''Akryung'''

[[quoteright:297:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/akryung_4161.jpg]]
%%[[caption-width-right:297:some caption text]]
->'''Tower Position:''' Spear-Bearer

A huge, mysterious hulking monster of unknown origin; he kept Rak in check during the Crown Game, immediately passed the Spear Bearer's exam, and slaughtered everybody except Rachel and Androssi in the preliminaries. He may or may not be an Irregular, whether the comments about the Irregular in his team applied to him or Rachel is unclear as of now. [[spoiler:He was 'prepared' by Headon to assist Rachel, according to Yu Han Sung, although what that means - whether he's actually taking the test, or, for that matter, whether he's actually ''alive'' - is unknown. However it does more or less confirm that he ''isn't'' an Irregular.]]
----

* BigGuy: For the Androssi, Rachel, Akryung team.
* BlackKnight: A giant with black armor.
* BloodKnight: Kills for the sake of killing. [[spoiler:In actuality, it was assisting Rachel to make it through the first tests]].
* CurbStompBattle: In the first test on the Second Floor, he and Androssi killed 297 other Regulars within 30 minutes.
* HeWhoMustNotBeHeard: It's unclear if he can speak at all, though he does have an incredibly creepy laugh.
* MeaningfulName: "Ahkryeong" means "evil/malicious spirit" in Korean.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: See above.
* OneManArmy: Nothing could stand up to it in the initial survival round.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Akryung or Aek-Ryun
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Akryung disappears after the Floor of Tests saga.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Alumik Edrok]]

!!'''Alumik Edrok'''

[[quoteright:297:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/alumiktog.jpg]]
%%[[caption-width-right:297:some caption text]]
->'''Tower Position:''' Guide

Princess Repellista's guide, and a member of the same family as Evan. Alumik serves as Repellista's butler wherever Repellista decides to spend her time in the Tower.
----

* BattleButler: A Tower guide who serves as Repellista's butler.
* GenreSavvy: Alumik knows not to take Irregulars lightly as he explains to Evan why he doesn't believe that Baam died on the 2nd Floor.
* GoodHairEvilHair: Has a handlebar mustache.
* NiceGuy: Takes care of Repellista, and has no problem with Yuri visiting Repellista whenever the Ha Princess wishes.
* OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame: Like Evan, Alumik is a Silver Dwarf guide.
* SharpDressedMan: Alumik's butler attire.
* SpotOfTea: Usually seen drinking and offering cups of tea.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:The "Power"]]

!!'''The "Power"'''
[[quoteright:297:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/thepowertog.jpg]]
%%[[caption-width-right:297:some caption text]]

This entity introduced itself as a "Power". Since then it has been speaking to Baam and apparently aiding him in his battles, though [[PowerAtAPrice not without its issues apparently]].
----
* AffablyEvil: Despite being quite sinister looking in appearance, its attitude is surprisingly friendly with Baam.
* BreakThemByTalking: Seems to be its main MO. However, it's continually hitting the brick wall that is Baam's less than Tower-average view on life. Sure, his words can get the lad thinking, but... not usually in the direction it seems to be trying to push him.
* DealWithTheDevil: Attempts this with Baam when he is undergoing "Revolution" with the guardian on the Hell Train; Baam sees through it though. Time will tell how this turns out.
* EnemyWithin: The "god" of guardians implies that this is the case with the "Power" for Baam.
* NoSell: So far, every argument and offer it's made to Baam has stumbled shy of the apparent goal, even if some of it gets used (if not in the way it expected). It either needs to change strategy, or find a better sales pitch.
* SuperReflexes: Aided Baam by helping him react to attacks more quickly, and enhancing his abilities to perceive his opponents moves. Though at the same time giving him constant mental strain as well.
* TakeOverTheWorld: Basically what it proposes to Baam, saying that the best way for him to protect his friends to is to take over the Tower.
* TheVoice: Was initially this, until it actually appeared in physical form inside his mind when Baam entered the Rice Pot and underwent "Revolution".

[[/folder]]


* WhoWantsToLiveForever

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* %%* WhoWantsToLiveForever


* LivingForeverIsAwesome

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* LivingForeverIsAwesome
WhoWantsToLiveForever


* YouCantKillWhatsAlreadyDead: The immortality spell pretty much does this to everyone on the floor of death. [[spoiler: However, if you have a strong enough "spell breaker" or an "irregular" attack, you can bypass it.]]

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* YouCantKillWhatsAlreadyDead: CompleteImmortality: The immortality spell pretty much does this to everyone on the floor of death. [[spoiler: However, if you have a strong enough "spell breaker" or an "irregular" attack, you can bypass it.]]
* LivingForeverIsAwesome



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* YouCantKillWhatsAlreadyDead: The immortality spell pretty much does this to everyone on the floor of death. [[spoiler: However, if you have a strong enough "spell breaker" or an "irregular" attack, you can bypass it.]]

Added DiffLines:

* TheWorfEffect: Was hyped up to be incredibly strong, and would of destroyed [[spoiler: not possessed]] Yuri. Later, however, he was completely annihilated in a battle against [[spoiler: Urek Mazino (with only a little assistance from Baam)]].

Added DiffLines:

* HeelRealization: [[spoiler:After being stripped of the Red Thryssa's power, he realizes that he had become DrunkWithPower and no longer feels he deserves to escape the Floor of Death.]]

Added DiffLines:

[[folder:General Tropes:]]
* DefectorFromDecadence: They were subordinates of Grand De Sah but opposes the Grand Family because of differing opinions how to get out of their situation.
* EvilCounterpart: To Wolhaiksong. Both are TheDreaded factions who want to get out from their respective boundaries. Hell Joe in particular shows what happens if Urek Mazino snapped while pursuing his goal.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: They want to get out from the Hell Floor and will take every necessary step to do so.

[[/folder]]


Added DiffLines:

* FanBoy: To Androssi Zahard.
* FallenHero: He was a nice guy who wishes to get out of Hell Floor but Grand De Sah's opposition snapped his mind.
* FromNobodyToNightmare: Goes from simple shinsoo hole technician to tyrant of Hell Floor's South City.

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