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The inhabitants of the Soul Eater world that are often responsible for the misfortunes and strangeness of their universe.

* [[Characters/SoulEaterUnsoundSouls Back to main]]
* [[Characters/UnsoundSoulsMainCharacters Unsound Souls Main Characters]]
* [[Characters/UnsoundSoulsEATClass EAT Class Students]]
* [[Characters/UnsoundSoulsAcademyPersonnel Unsound Souls Academy Personnel]]
* [[Characters/UnsoundSoulsMembersOfToxicity Members of Toxicity]]

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!!Kishin eggs/Evil humans
[[folder: As a race]]
The main monsters of Soul Eater, consisting of humans who have long forsaken their humanity in their pursuit of power, giving them supernatural strength [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity at the cost of their sanity.]]

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* AxCrazy
* AlwaysChaoticEvil: Their redeemable traits were lost long ago along with their humanity.
* CannibalismSuperpower: In a sense. By devouring human souls, they slowly grow stronger.
* [[FlatCharacter Flat Characters]]: The inner workings of the Kishin eggs, or their pasts and motivations are never truly delved into.
* {{Mooks}}: Averted. Despite being able to be taken out by the teenage protagonists, they're still presented as competent threats that require some strategy to kill.
* OneWingedAngel: If a Kishin egg manages to attain enough power through souls, they themselves become a Kishin.
* UnskilledButStrong: Arguably their greatest fault. They have power that surpasses that of a normal human's, but gaining that power in the first place results in their insanity, often leading to sloppy mistakes.
* WasOnceAMan
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity
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[[folder: Vlad the Impaler]]
A Kishin egg who seems to have a special fondness for blood, and Dart and Alice's first kill.

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* ShoutOut: A big one to Dracula.
** His name references Dracula's historical inspiration, Vlad III, or as he was better known, Vlad the Impaler.
** He wields a wooden stake in combat, referencing Dracula's weakness.
** Fought in Transylvania, his best known base-of-operations in most media.
** And the most obvious, his general appearance and thirst for blood.
* WakeUpCallBoss: The first indicator to Dart that if he wants to survive, he has to toughen up physically and mentally.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: The Artful Dodger]]
A jester-themed Kishin egg who wanders the streets of Athens, and Cassiel and Julian's first kill.

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* ShoutOut: Unlike most of the other Kishin eggs in the story, the shout out here is only really [[Literature/OliverTwist in name]], and [[WordOfGod it was mostly picked because it sounded cool.]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Carnivorous and Gorilla]]
A pair of Kishin eggs that Victoria intended to use for research purposes during a field trip before things went awry.

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* DualBoss: Take a tag-team approach to taking out Dart and Cassiel.
* KarmicDeath: They're killed via the exact same method they tried to axe off Victoria.
* ObfuscatingInsanity / [[SmarterThanYouLook Smarter Than They Look]]: Carnivorous, who was previously thought to be completely feral, is seen talking unintelligibly to Gorilla and devises a plan that just nearly succeeds.
* StraightForTheCommander: Opt to take out the group's core, Victoria, first. [[MadeOfIron It doesn't take.]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Torrance Nicholson]]
An ax murderer secretly living inside the abandoned house outside Death City, laying low until the climax of Chapter 14.

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* AnAxeToGrind: His preferred weapon.
* LargeHam
* LeanAndMean: The tallest Kishin egg seen so far, rivaling professional Basketball players in height.
* ShoutOut: ''Literature/TheShining'' is his main source of inspiration.
** His general appearance is supposed to evoke Jack Nicholson's appearance during the film. Also, his LargeHam tendencies were in reference to Jack Torrance's louder moments as his insanity hit its peak.
** His name is an amalgam of Jack Torrance and Jack Nicholson, the ax-wielding character and the actor who played him, respectively.
** Peeks his head through a door with an ax, bringing to mind the most well-remembered of the movie.
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[[folder: Seth]]
A jittery security guard who works at the Death City zoo in Chapter 16. Initially an ally, he defects later in the chapter once he reveals he's allied with witches.
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* AffablyEvil: Seth doesn't actually hold any ill will towards Dart and Alice, and doesn't shout insults at them during combat.
* AssholeVictim: Gets used in a sacrifice to revive a witch, after he tried to do the same to Dart.
** KarmicDeath
* BossArenaIdiocy: Missing Dart so many times caused him to hit the ceiling, dropping an anvil on his legs.
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: His legs get crushed by an anvil, and then gets forcibly used in a sacrifice.
* DualWielding: Uses a pistol and magic to attack from long range.
* EmpoweredBadassNormal: Uses borrowed witch magic during his battle with Dart and Alice, which he originally intended to use to sacrifice Dart.
* {{Expy}}: His appearance and personality were heavily borrowed from Columbus, Jesse Eisenberg's character from {{Film/Zombieland}}. Unlike most of the other one-shot villains, his references don't really go beyond surface level, and he was mostly just picked because he was [[AuthorAppeal fun to write]].
* AFateWorseThanDeath: His soul is used to revive a witch, dragged off into whatever hell that magic circle leads to.
* GlassCannon: Alice sums it up best, noting that he's no more durable than the ordinary human being, but the threat of [[BoomHeadshot headshots]] and [[StuffBlowingUp magic]] make him a competent threat.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Recklessly using his magic caused an anvil from the ceiling to fall on him, crippling his legs.
* InterfaceSpoiler: If you came here before reading Chapter 16, uh...oops?
* KarmaHoudini: Sort of, initially. Dart lets him live, but abandons him, leaving him in the panic room with two broken legs. Subverted when he gets used in the forcible sacrifice/body-transfer to revive the witch.
* NoBodyLeftBehind: All that remains of him are his clothes.
[[/folder]]


[[folder: Scissorman Barrows]]
A stout man who stalks the Mortdaver mountains with a pair of abnormally large scissors in Chapter 17.

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* BaitAndSwitchBoss: Just as he and Cassiel are preparing for their battle, Azrael murders him.
* ButtMonkey: Gets thoroughly trounced by Cassiel while fleeing from her, and before they could even get a proper fight, Azrael kills him on the spot.
* ShoutOut: In appearance and name to Bobby Barrows of VideoGame/ClockTower, though he's an adult, unlike Bobby.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Unnamed Arachnophobia Scientist]]
A member of an engineering faction of Arachnophobia who ended up trapped underground with a few other reserachers after their section of Baba Yaga castle got broken apart following the [[ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext Coffee Table Flip]] when the fortress was flipped upside down. Although killed off by Giriko long before his corpse was discovered by Julian, he managed to leave behind an account of their fate in a digital journal in Chapter 20.

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* AmbiguousGender: Due to being fully-clothed in Arachnophobia garb.
* AntiVillain: Aside from having loyalty to Arachnophobia, they're presented as a pretty reasonable figure, and appropriately disgusted when Giriko asks them and their research team to bring back Arachne as a husk.
* PosthumousCharacter: Courtesy of Giriko.
* RevengeBeforeReason: Though they'd been presented as relatively smart before, attempting to murder Giriko, even in a group, proved to be ''incredibly'' fruitless.
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!!Witches
[[folder: As a race]]
Magic-users who live in a society separate from humans, and greater targets of the DWMA.

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* AlwaysChaoticEvil: Averted, as [[ChildrenAreInnocent Angela Leon]] and [[spoiler: Kim Diehl]] have shown.
* [[GreaterScopeVillain Greater Scope Villains]]: They pose a more dangerous threat to the DWMA than Kishin eggs, seeing as how a weapon only has to eat one witch soul as opposed to ninety-nine Kishin egg souls, but are far less active than them.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Medusa Gorgon]]
A scientist of sorts who sought to bring about the advancement of the world. In the anime-verse, she was slain by Maka's Genie Hunter. [[JokerImmunity Or so it seemed,]] as hinted by the final episode credits. Given flesh by a sacrifice, Medusa post-revival is certainly more unhinged, lusting for revenge with an unknown endgame. Her first course of action as villain involves turning an unwilling Victoria into her lackey, allowing her a proxy to carry out her plans unnoticed.

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* DoesNotLikeShoes: Fights barefoot, as was the case before her revival.
* TheDreaded: To anyone without a sick admiration of her. Azalea's user in particular goes full-panic once he realizes he's standing in her presence in Chapter 25.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Her charisma only slightly offsets her manipulative and sadistic nature.
* NotQuiteDead: Somehow, she survived having her soul removed via Genie Hunter.
* KnightOfCerebus: Her re-introduction scene is played dead serious. Her very presence signifies that the era of peace at the DWMA is going to end very soon.
* LeaveNoWitnesses: Chapter 25, [[spoiler:she orders Victoria to off Azalea's user before he can tell anyone of her revival.]]
* LightningBruiser: Her Vector Plates can easily turn her into one, the downside being that they telegraph where she's going.
* NotSoStoic: Aside from her SlasherSmile tendencies, this interpretation of Medusa also demonstrates herself ''very capable'' of holding a grudge over petty things, beating Victoria in retaliation for a punch she got in a full month ago.
* PyrrhicVictory: Inflicts one onto Victoria in Chapter 18, [[spoiler: allowing her to take the recognition and praise for supposedly killing her, but it's far from satisfying since now Medusa has her wrapped around her finger via snake bomb.]]
* StalkerWithoutACrush: To Victoria, days before their initial confrontation and fight.
* SurveillanceAsThePlotDemands: Uses a crystal ball to spy on Victoria while the latter announces her intentions to hunt her down and kill her.
* TranquilFury: Her unprovoked beating of Victoria in Chapter 31 is nothing short of brutal, but manages to maintain a calm appearance throughout.
* UngratefulBastard: Barely acknowledges Seth's remains, or his unwilling sacrifice, aside from a snarky comment.
* WoundedGazelleGambit: Just as she finally seems to have gone down for the count in Chapter 18, she lunges and implants a Snake Bomb when Victoria hesitates, instantly sealing a success.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Arachne Gorgon]]
Charismatic leader of the expansive cult Arachnophobia. In ''Unsound Souls'', she's [[spoiler: long dead, unlike her luckier sister. She did, however, get revived as soulless zombie sometime before the events of Chapter 20, and promptly killed by Giriko.]]

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* CameBackWrong: Her physical self is just fine. Without her soul though...It isn't Arachne inhabiting that body, as Giriko messily found out.
* PosthumousCharacter: She's ''beyond'' dead, seeing as how Asura ate her soul.
[[/folder]]

!!Miscellaneous Threats

[[folder: Azrael]]
An enigmatic man who seems to have little ambition, save for his one goal that he'll pursue at all odds: ending the Esper race.

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* {{Bishonen}}: Stated to look fairly youthful.
* CombatPragmatist: Kills Scissorman Barrows when he wasn't aware of Azrael's presence.
* DarkIsEvil: Purple hair and black robes, and ''really'' wants Cassiel dead.
* {{Expy}}: Of many [[Manga/DragonBall Dragon Ball Z]] characters, in terms of powers. His annihilation of Scissorman Barrows is even reminiscent of how Vegeta killed Guldo.
* {{Foil}}: To Cassiel, being an apathetic, quiet adult in dark colors.
* FantasticRacism: For reasons not stated, he has it out for the Espers, to the point of wanting to commit genocide on the only one remaining.
* FriendToAllLivingThings: He won't fight in an area populated by animals, and noticeably expresses some regret in having to level a pond.
* GeniusBruiser: Subverted, despite what his stoic demeanor might suggest. He ends up tricked by Cassiel more than once during their battle, (one of which being a ''LookBehindYou'')!
* KiAttacks: His modus operandi.
* KnightOfCerebus: To Cassiel and Julian's otherwise light shenanigans early on.
* TheStoic: His default mood is rigid-faced silence.
* WakeUpCallBoss: Cassiel's first encounter with him serves as this, outspeeding her in the air and with a far more destructive arsenal, requiring the usage of strategic, often underhanded tactics to get an advantage, and had Cassiel not exposed a territorial advantage in their first fight, she likely would have been killed.
* WeWillMeetAgain: Claims this to Cassiel following his first defeat.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Gopher]]
A magic construct from the Book of Eibon, and Noah's psychotically-devoted right-hand man. Although he resembles a human, his powers clearly aren't, able to create portals in thin air to his own PocketDimension.

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* ArtificialHuman: Heavily implied to be a creation of Noah, referring to Dart, Alice, Victoria, and Julian as "humans" very contemptuously, as well as his seemingly innate powers of WeaponizedTeleportation.
* CurbStompBattle: Dishes one out to Dart in his initial appearance, and ends up on the receiving end the next chapter when he ends up fighting both Dart and Victoria simultaneously.
* FaceMonsterTurn: [[spoiler:Unwillingly transformed into a monster as the idol of Envy.]]
* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: [[DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist Dies this way in the Book of Eibon's Gluttony chapter.]]
* NearVillainVictory: His plot to assassinate Victoria with a poisoned knife could've likely gone off without a hitch [[LifesavingMisfortune if she hadn't sneezed at the wrong moment.]]
* PsychoSupporter: To Noah, as is the case with his canon counterpart.
* TeleportSpam: Less so teleporting, but to the same effect, repeatedly taking potshots at Dart from different portals around him. [[spoiler:Seemingly loses this ability as a monster.]]
* VillainExitStageLeft: Attempts this via portal while fighting Dart and Victoria, only to be forcibly yanked out and taken hostage.
* WeakButSkilled: His fight against the idol of Wrath cements him as this. Slightly physically outmatched, he has to think his way around the fight with quick, clever usage of portals, [[spoiler:ultimately allowing himself to be stabbed to secure a victory.]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Giriko]]
Following the battle of Baba Yaga's castle at the Manga/SoulEater anime's conclusion, Giriko entered a depressive funk upon learning of Arachne's death. However, sometime before the events of Chapter 20, he found the Arachnophobia research team lodged underground and agreed to help them up to the surface, seemingly out of goodwill. Eventually, he reveals his intentions, and asks them to revive the soulless Arachne using just her body. To say it didn't go as planned is an understatement. In a rage, he slaughters the research team, and his mental state takes a dive, not that he was particularly [[AxCrazy well-off before.]]

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* {{Determinator}}: Blow out his left eye? He keeps on trucking. Lop off his ''arm''? Pfft, it was dead weight! The man ''refuses'' to give a shit about pain.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Was probably on the verge of killing Justin had Law not exploited the arena by getting him to jump headfirst into the abyss.
* LifeOrLimbDecision: When caught by Justin's full-guillotine form, he's faced with either getting his head cut off or his left arm. He chooses the latter, but the consequences, given his {{Determinator}} status above, aren't ''nearly'' as debilitating as one would expect.
* LightningBruiser: He can mobilize himself by using his saw feet as wheels, and is entirely capable of putting it to its best use in combat.
* WorthyOpponent: Sees himself as this to Justin, although the latter ([[TheGadfly seemingly]]) doesn't remember, to his great annoyance.
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!!Overbeings

[[folder: Lord Death]]
The Grim Reaper himself, and the founder of the DWMA. See Characters/UnsoundSoulsAcademyPersonnel for more details.
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[[folder: Asura]]
The first and currently only Kishin in existence. Unsound Souls follows the anime's timeline, so here, he's practically a non-threat.

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* BiggerBad: He's not gone for good, but he may as well be, completely immobile and without a body. However, if he were to be freed, he would provide a far bigger threat than ''any'' of the witches or Kishin eggs.
* SealedEvilInACan: His soul is buried under one of the crosses in the Death Room, going by the anime's final episode credits.
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[[folder: Excalibur]]
An anthropomorphic, eccentric little thing capable of annoying pretty much anyone. Oh, and he's the most powerful weapon in existence.

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* TheAce: Along with being the strongest weapon ever, he's also got a pretty nice set of pipes, which he apparently used during a battle of the bands.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: If he were anyone else, he would be dismissed as a senile fool. Again, does it need mentioning that he's the best weapon in the series?
* CloudCuckoolander: His stories are often just extended tangents that rarely have anything to do with the subject at hand.
* EldritchAbomination: Excalibur is part-weapon, part...something. His species is never given a name, ever.
* MultipleChoicePast: His life stories are so loosely intertwined that it's hard to differentiate the truth from rambling.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Eibon]]
A melancholy sorcerer who developed a myriad of Demon Tools as well as BREW with Arachne.

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* TheAtoner: He's very, very discontent with the legacy he's left, particularly with the Book of Eibon and Fleurah, leading to his more active participation in the DWMA.
* TheEeyore: Seems almost perpetually depressed. There's a reason for this: Noah is the result of Eibon removing pride from himself. Supernatural reasons aside, it could very well be his [[spoiler:residual guilt for participating in the razing of Fleurah 800 years ago.]]
* FantasticRacism: Towards Cassiel for her Esper blood, though not to militant extents like Azrael; he mostly views them as bad luck or a jinx as opposed to religious hatred.
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:At the end of the Fleurahan Adversaries arc.]]
* MundaneUtility: With his awe-inspiring powers of psychokinesis, he's able to...perform magic tricks.
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to:

The inhabitants of the Soul Eater world that are often responsible for the misfortunes and strangeness of their universe.

* [[Characters/SoulEaterUnsoundSouls Back to main]]
* [[Characters/UnsoundSoulsMainCharacters Unsound Souls Main Characters]]
* [[Characters/UnsoundSoulsEATClass EAT Class Students]]
* [[Characters/UnsoundSoulsAcademyPersonnel Unsound Souls Academy Personnel]]
* [[Characters/UnsoundSoulsMembersOfToxicity Members of Toxicity]]

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!!Kishin eggs/Evil humans
[[folder: As a race]]
The main monsters of Soul Eater, consisting of humans who have long forsaken their humanity
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* AxCrazy
* AlwaysChaoticEvil: Their redeemable traits were lost long ago along with their humanity.
* CannibalismSuperpower:
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In a sense. By devouring human souls, they slowly grow stronger.
* [[FlatCharacter Flat Characters]]: The inner workings of the Kishin eggs, or their pasts and motivations are never truly delved into.
* {{Mooks}}: Averted. Despite being able to be taken out by the teenage protagonists, they're still presented as competent threats that require some strategy to kill.
* OneWingedAngel: If a Kishin egg manages to attain enough power through souls, they themselves become a Kishin.
* UnskilledButStrong: Arguably their greatest fault. They have power that surpasses that of a normal human's, but gaining that power
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* WasOnceAMan
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Vlad the Impaler]]
A Kishin egg who seems to have
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* ShoutOut: A big one to Dracula.
** His name references Dracula's historical inspiration, Vlad III, or as he was better known, Vlad the Impaler.
** He wields
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** Fought in Transylvania, his best known base-of-operations in most media.
** And the most obvious, his general appearance and thirst for blood.
* WakeUpCallBoss: The first indicator to Dart that if he wants to survive, he has to toughen up physically and mentally.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: The Artful Dodger]]
A jester-themed Kishin egg who wanders the streets of Athens, and Cassiel and Julian's first kill.

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* ShoutOut: Unlike most of the other Kishin eggs in the story, the shout out here is only really [[Literature/OliverTwist in name]], and [[WordOfGod it was mostly picked because it sounded cool.]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Carnivorous and Gorilla]]
A pair of Kishin eggs that Victoria intended to use for research purposes during a field trip before things went awry.

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* DualBoss: Take a tag-team approach to taking out Dart and Cassiel.
* KarmicDeath: They're killed via the exact same method they tried to axe off Victoria.
* ObfuscatingInsanity / [[SmarterThanYouLook Smarter Than They Look]]: Carnivorous, who was previously thought to be completely feral, is seen talking unintelligibly to Gorilla and devises a plan that just nearly succeeds.
* StraightForTheCommander: Opt to take out the group's core, Victoria, first. [[MadeOfIron It doesn't take.]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Torrance Nicholson]]
An ax murderer secretly living inside the abandoned house outside Death City, laying low until the climax of Chapter 14.

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* AnAxeToGrind: His preferred weapon.
* LargeHam
* LeanAndMean: The tallest Kishin egg seen so far, rivaling professional Basketball players in height.
* ShoutOut: ''Literature/TheShining'' is his main source of inspiration.
** His general appearance is supposed to evoke Jack Nicholson's appearance during the film. Also, his LargeHam tendencies were in reference to Jack Torrance's louder moments as his insanity hit its peak.
** His name is an amalgam of Jack Torrance and Jack Nicholson, the ax-wielding character and the actor who played him, respectively.
** Peeks his head through a door with an ax, bringing to mind the most well-remembered of the movie.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Seth]]
A jittery security guard who works at the Death City zoo in Chapter 16. Initially an ally, he defects later in the chapter once he reveals he's allied with witches.
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* AffablyEvil: Seth doesn't actually hold any ill will towards Dart and Alice, and doesn't shout insults at them during combat.
* AssholeVictim: Gets used in a sacrifice to revive a witch, after he tried to do the same to Dart.
** KarmicDeath
* BossArenaIdiocy: Missing Dart so many times caused him to hit the ceiling, dropping an anvil on his legs.
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: His legs get crushed by an anvil, and then gets forcibly used in a sacrifice.
* DualWielding: Uses a pistol and magic to attack from long range.
* EmpoweredBadassNormal: Uses borrowed witch magic during his battle with Dart and Alice, which he originally intended to use to sacrifice Dart.
* {{Expy}}: His appearance and personality were heavily borrowed from Columbus, Jesse Eisenberg's character from {{Film/Zombieland}}. Unlike most of the other one-shot villains, his references don't really go beyond surface level, and he was mostly just picked because he was [[AuthorAppeal fun to write]].
* AFateWorseThanDeath: His soul is used to revive a witch, dragged off into whatever hell that magic circle leads to.
* GlassCannon: Alice sums it up best, noting that he's no more durable than the ordinary human being, but the threat of [[BoomHeadshot headshots]] and [[StuffBlowingUp magic]] make him a competent threat.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Recklessly using his magic caused an anvil from the ceiling to fall on him, crippling his legs.
* InterfaceSpoiler: If you came here before reading Chapter 16, uh...oops?
* KarmaHoudini: Sort of, initially. Dart lets him live, but abandons him, leaving him in the panic room with two broken legs. Subverted when he gets used in the forcible sacrifice/body-transfer to revive the witch.
* NoBodyLeftBehind: All that remains of him are his clothes.
[[/folder]]


[[folder: Scissorman Barrows]]
A stout man who stalks the Mortdaver mountains with a pair of abnormally large scissors in Chapter 17.

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* BaitAndSwitchBoss: Just as he and Cassiel are preparing for their battle, Azrael murders him.
* ButtMonkey: Gets thoroughly trounced by Cassiel while fleeing from her, and before they could even get a proper fight, Azrael kills him on the spot.
* ShoutOut: In appearance and name to Bobby Barrows of VideoGame/ClockTower, though he's an adult, unlike Bobby.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Unnamed Arachnophobia Scientist]]
A member of an engineering faction of Arachnophobia who ended up trapped underground with a few other reserachers after their section of Baba Yaga castle got broken apart following the [[ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext Coffee Table Flip]] when the fortress was flipped upside down. Although killed off by Giriko long before his corpse was discovered by Julian, he managed to leave behind an account of their fate in a digital journal in Chapter 20.

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* AmbiguousGender: Due to being fully-clothed in Arachnophobia garb.
* AntiVillain: Aside from having loyalty to Arachnophobia, they're presented as a pretty reasonable figure, and appropriately disgusted when Giriko asks them and their research team to bring back Arachne as a husk.
* PosthumousCharacter: Courtesy of Giriko.
* RevengeBeforeReason: Though they'd been presented as relatively smart before, attempting to murder Giriko, even in a group, proved to be ''incredibly'' fruitless.
[[/folder]]

!!Witches
[[folder: As a race]]
Magic-users who live in a society separate from humans, and greater targets of the DWMA.

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* AlwaysChaoticEvil: Averted, as [[ChildrenAreInnocent Angela Leon]] and [[spoiler: Kim Diehl]] have shown.
* [[GreaterScopeVillain Greater Scope Villains]]: They pose a more dangerous threat to the DWMA than Kishin eggs, seeing as how a weapon only has to eat one witch soul as opposed to ninety-nine Kishin egg souls, but are far less active than them.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Medusa Gorgon]]
A scientist of sorts who sought to bring about the advancement of the world. In the anime-verse, she was slain by Maka's Genie Hunter. [[JokerImmunity Or so it seemed,]] as hinted by the final episode credits. Given flesh by a sacrifice, Medusa post-revival is certainly more unhinged, lusting for revenge with an unknown endgame. Her first course of action as villain involves turning an unwilling Victoria into her lackey, allowing her a proxy to carry out her plans unnoticed.

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* DoesNotLikeShoes: Fights barefoot, as was the case before her revival.
* TheDreaded: To anyone without a sick admiration of her. Azalea's user in particular goes full-panic once he realizes he's standing in her presence in Chapter 25.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Her charisma only slightly offsets her manipulative and sadistic nature.
* NotQuiteDead: Somehow, she survived having her soul removed via Genie Hunter.
* KnightOfCerebus: Her re-introduction scene is played dead serious. Her very presence signifies that the era of peace at the DWMA is going to end very soon.
* LeaveNoWitnesses: Chapter 25, [[spoiler:she orders Victoria to off Azalea's user before he can tell anyone of her revival.]]
* LightningBruiser: Her Vector Plates can easily turn her into one, the downside being that they telegraph where she's going.
* NotSoStoic: Aside from her SlasherSmile tendencies, this interpretation of Medusa also demonstrates herself ''very capable'' of holding a grudge over petty things, beating Victoria in retaliation for a punch she got in a full month ago.
* PyrrhicVictory: Inflicts one onto Victoria in Chapter 18, [[spoiler: allowing her to take the recognition and praise for supposedly killing her, but it's far from satisfying since now Medusa has her wrapped around her finger via snake bomb.]]
* StalkerWithoutACrush: To Victoria, days before their initial confrontation and fight.
* SurveillanceAsThePlotDemands: Uses a crystal ball to spy on Victoria while the latter announces her intentions to hunt her down and kill her.
* TranquilFury: Her unprovoked beating of Victoria in Chapter 31 is nothing short of brutal, but manages to maintain a calm appearance throughout.
* UngratefulBastard: Barely acknowledges Seth's remains, or his unwilling sacrifice, aside from a snarky comment.
* WoundedGazelleGambit: Just as she finally seems to have gone down for the count in Chapter 18, she lunges and implants a Snake Bomb when Victoria hesitates, instantly sealing a success.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Arachne Gorgon]]
Charismatic leader of the expansive cult Arachnophobia. In ''Unsound Souls'', she's [[spoiler: long dead, unlike her luckier sister. She did, however, get revived as soulless zombie sometime before the events of Chapter 20, and promptly killed by Giriko.]]

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* CameBackWrong: Her physical self is just fine. Without her soul though...It isn't Arachne inhabiting that body, as Giriko messily found out.
* PosthumousCharacter: She's ''beyond'' dead, seeing as how Asura ate her soul.
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!!Miscellaneous Threats

[[folder: Azrael]]
An enigmatic man who seems to have little ambition, save for his one goal that he'll pursue at all odds: ending the Esper race.

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* {{Bishonen}}: Stated to look fairly youthful.
* CombatPragmatist: Kills Scissorman Barrows when he wasn't aware of Azrael's presence.
* DarkIsEvil: Purple hair and black robes, and ''really'' wants Cassiel dead.
* {{Expy}}: Of many [[Manga/DragonBall Dragon Ball Z]] characters, in terms of powers. His annihilation of Scissorman Barrows is even reminiscent of how Vegeta killed Guldo.
* {{Foil}}: To Cassiel, being an apathetic, quiet adult in dark colors.
* FantasticRacism: For reasons not stated, he has it out for the Espers, to the point of wanting to commit genocide on the only one remaining.
* FriendToAllLivingThings: He won't fight in an area populated by animals, and noticeably expresses some regret in having to level a pond.
* GeniusBruiser: Subverted, despite what his stoic demeanor might suggest. He ends up tricked by Cassiel more than once during their battle, (one of which being a ''LookBehindYou'')!
* KiAttacks: His modus operandi.
* KnightOfCerebus: To Cassiel and Julian's otherwise light shenanigans early on.
* TheStoic: His default mood is rigid-faced silence.
* WakeUpCallBoss: Cassiel's first encounter with him serves as this, outspeeding her in the air and with a far more destructive arsenal, requiring the usage of strategic, often underhanded tactics to get an advantage, and had Cassiel not exposed a territorial advantage in their first fight, she likely would have been killed.
* WeWillMeetAgain: Claims this to Cassiel following his first defeat.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Gopher]]
A magic construct from the Book of Eibon, and Noah's psychotically-devoted right-hand man. Although he resembles a human, his powers clearly aren't, able to create portals in thin air to his own PocketDimension.

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* ArtificialHuman: Heavily implied to be a creation of Noah, referring to Dart, Alice, Victoria, and Julian as "humans" very contemptuously, as well as his seemingly innate powers of WeaponizedTeleportation.
* CurbStompBattle: Dishes one out to Dart in his initial appearance, and ends up on the receiving end the next chapter when he ends up fighting both Dart and Victoria simultaneously.
* FaceMonsterTurn: [[spoiler:Unwillingly transformed into a monster as the idol of Envy.]]
* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: [[DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist Dies this way in the Book of Eibon's Gluttony chapter.]]
* NearVillainVictory: His plot to assassinate Victoria with a poisoned knife could've likely gone off without a hitch [[LifesavingMisfortune if she hadn't sneezed at the wrong moment.]]
* PsychoSupporter: To Noah, as is the case with his canon counterpart.
* TeleportSpam: Less so teleporting, but to the same effect, repeatedly taking potshots at Dart from different portals around him. [[spoiler:Seemingly loses this ability as a monster.]]
* VillainExitStageLeft: Attempts this via portal while fighting Dart and Victoria, only to be forcibly yanked out and taken hostage.
* WeakButSkilled: His fight against the idol of Wrath cements him as this. Slightly physically outmatched, he has to think his way around the fight with quick, clever usage of portals, [[spoiler:ultimately allowing himself to be stabbed to secure a victory.]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Giriko]]
Following the battle of Baba Yaga's castle at the Manga/SoulEater anime's conclusion, Giriko entered a depressive funk upon learning of Arachne's death. However, sometime before the events of Chapter 20, he found the Arachnophobia research team lodged underground and agreed to help them up to the surface, seemingly out of goodwill. Eventually, he reveals his intentions, and asks them to revive the soulless Arachne using just her body. To say it didn't go as planned is an understatement. In a rage, he slaughters the research team, and his mental state takes a dive, not that he was particularly [[AxCrazy well-off before.]]

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* {{Determinator}}: Blow out his left eye? He keeps on trucking. Lop off his ''arm''? Pfft, it was dead weight! The man ''refuses'' to give a shit about pain.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Was probably on the verge of killing Justin had Law not exploited the arena by getting him to jump headfirst into the abyss.
* LifeOrLimbDecision: When caught by Justin's full-guillotine form, he's faced with either getting his head cut off or his left arm. He chooses the latter, but the consequences, given his {{Determinator}} status above, aren't ''nearly'' as debilitating as one would expect.
* LightningBruiser: He can mobilize himself by using his saw feet as wheels, and is entirely capable of putting it to its best use in combat.
* WorthyOpponent: Sees himself as this to Justin, although the latter ([[TheGadfly seemingly]]) doesn't remember, to his great annoyance.
[[/folder]]
!!Overbeings

[[folder: Lord Death]]
The Grim Reaper himself, and the founder of the DWMA. See Characters/UnsoundSoulsAcademyPersonnel for more details.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Asura]]
The first and currently only Kishin in existence. Unsound Souls follows the anime's timeline, so here, he's practically a non-threat.

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* BiggerBad: He's not gone for good, but he may as well be, completely immobile and without a body. However, if he were to be freed, he would provide a far bigger threat than ''any'' of the witches or Kishin eggs.
* SealedEvilInACan: His soul is buried under one of the crosses in the Death Room, going by the anime's final episode credits.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Excalibur]]
An anthropomorphic, eccentric little thing capable of annoying pretty much anyone. Oh, and he's the most powerful weapon in existence.

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* TheAce: Along with being the strongest weapon ever, he's also got a pretty nice set of pipes, which he apparently used during a battle of the bands.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: If he were anyone else, he would be dismissed as a senile fool. Again, does it need mentioning that he's the best weapon in the series?
* CloudCuckoolander: His stories are often just extended tangents that rarely have anything to do with the subject at hand.
* EldritchAbomination: Excalibur is part-weapon, part...something. His species is never given a name, ever.
* MultipleChoicePast: His life stories are so loosely intertwined that it's hard to differentiate the truth from rambling.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Eibon]]
A melancholy sorcerer who developed a myriad of Demon Tools as well as BREW with Arachne.

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* TheAtoner: He's very, very discontent with the legacy he's left, particularly with the Book of Eibon and Fleurah, leading to his more active participation in the DWMA.
* TheEeyore: Seems almost perpetually depressed. There's a reason for this: Noah is the result of Eibon removing pride from himself. Supernatural reasons aside, it could very well be his [[spoiler:residual guilt for participating in the razing of Fleurah 800 years ago.]]
* FantasticRacism: Towards Cassiel for her Esper blood, though not to militant extents like Azrael; he mostly views them as bad luck or a jinx as opposed to religious hatred.
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:At the end of the Fleurahan Adversaries arc.]]
* MundaneUtility: With his awe-inspiring powers of psychokinesis, he's able to...perform magic tricks.
[[/folder]]
urna ut posuere.


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* FaceMonsterTurn: [[spoiler:Unwillingly transformed into a monster as the idol of Envy.]]



* TeleportSpam: Less so teleporting, but to the same effect, repeatedly taking potshots at Dart from different portals around him.

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* TeleportSpam: Less so teleporting, but to the same effect, repeatedly taking potshots at Dart from different portals around him. [[spoiler:Seemingly loses this ability as a monster.]]


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* WeakButSkilled: His fight against the idol of Wrath cements him as this. Slightly physically outmatched, he has to think his way around the fight with quick, clever usage of portals, [[spoiler:ultimately allowing himself to be stabbed to secure a victory.]]

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* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: [[DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist Dies this way in the Book of Eibon's Gluttony chapter.]]

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* ArtificialHuman: Heavily implied to be a creation of Noah, referring to Dart, Alice, Victoria, and Julian as "humans" very contemptuously, as well as his seemingly innate powers of WeaponizedTeleportation.


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* VillainExitStageLeft: Attempts this via portal while fighting Dart and Victoria, only to be forcibly yanked out and taken hostage.


* CurbStompBattle: Dishes one out to Dart in his initial appearance.

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* CurbStompBattle: Dishes one out to Dart in his initial appearance.appearance, and ends up on the receiving end the next chapter when he ends up fighting both Dart and Victoria simultaneously.
* NearVillainVictory: His plot to assassinate Victoria with a poisoned knife could've likely gone off without a hitch [[LifesavingMisfortune if she hadn't sneezed at the wrong moment.]]



* TeleportSpam: Less so teleporting, but the same effect, repeatedly taking potshots at Dart from different portals around him.

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* TeleportSpam: Less so teleporting, but to the same effect, repeatedly taking potshots at Dart from different portals around him.


[[folder: Giriko]]
Following the battle of Baba Yaga's castle at the Manga/SoulEater anime's conclusion, Giriko entered a depressive funk upon learning of Arachne's death. However, sometime before the events of Chapter 20, he found the Arachnophobia research team lodged underground and agreed to help them up to the surface, seemingly out of goodwill. Eventually, he reveals his intentions, and asks them to revive the soulless Arachne using just her body. To say it didn't go as planned is an understatement. In a rage, he slaughters the research team, and his mental state takes a dive, not that he was particularly [[AxCrazy well-off before.]]

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[[folder: Giriko]]
Following
Gopher]]
A magic construct from
the battle Book of Baba Yaga's castle at the Manga/SoulEater anime's conclusion, Giriko entered a depressive funk upon learning of Arachne's death. However, sometime before the events of Chapter 20, he found the Arachnophobia research team lodged underground Eibon, and agreed to help them up to the surface, seemingly out of goodwill. Eventually, Noah's psychotically-devoted right-hand man. Although he reveals resembles a human, his intentions, and asks them powers clearly aren't, able to revive the soulless Arachne using just her body. To say it didn't go as planned is an understatement. In a rage, he slaughters the research team, and create portals in thin air to his mental state takes a dive, not that he was particularly [[AxCrazy well-off before.]]
own PocketDimension.



* {{Determinator}}: Blow out his left eye? He keeps on trucking. Lop off his ''arm''? Pfft, it was dead weight! The man ''refuses'' to give a shit about pain.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Was probably on the verge of killing Justin had Law not exploited the arena by getting him to jump headfirst into the abyss.
* LifeOrLimbDecision: When caught by Justin's full-guillotine form, he's faced with either getting his head cut off or his left arm. He chooses the latter, but the consequences, given his {{Determinator}} status above, aren't ''nearly'' as debilitating as one would expect.
* LightningBruiser: He can mobilize himself by using his saw feet as wheels, and is entirely capable of putting it to its best use in combat.
* WorthyOpponent: Sees himself as this to Justin, although the latter ([[TheGadfly seemingly]]) doesn't remember, to his great annoyance.

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* {{Determinator}}: Blow CurbStompBattle: Dishes one out to Dart in his left eye? He keeps on trucking. Lop off his ''arm''? Pfft, it was dead weight! The man ''refuses'' to give a shit about pain.
initial appearance.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Was probably on PsychoSupporter: To Noah, as is the verge of killing Justin had Law not exploited the arena by getting him to jump headfirst into the abyss.
* LifeOrLimbDecision: When caught by Justin's full-guillotine form, he's faced
case with either getting his head cut off or his left arm. He chooses the latter, canon counterpart.
* TeleportSpam: Less so teleporting,
but the consequences, given his {{Determinator}} status above, aren't ''nearly'' as debilitating as one would expect.
* LightningBruiser: He can mobilize himself by using his saw feet as wheels, and is entirely capable of putting it to its best use in combat.
* WorthyOpponent: Sees himself as this to Justin, although the latter ([[TheGadfly seemingly]]) doesn't remember, to his great annoyance.
same effect, repeatedly taking potshots at Dart from different portals around him.



!!Overbeings

[[folder: Gopher]]
A magic construct from the Book of Eibon, and Noah's psychotically-devoted right-hand man. Although he resembles a human, his powers clearly aren't, able to create portals in thin air to his own PocketDimension.

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!!Overbeings


[[folder: Gopher]]
A magic construct from
Giriko]]
Following
the Book battle of Eibon, Baba Yaga's castle at the Manga/SoulEater anime's conclusion, Giriko entered a depressive funk upon learning of Arachne's death. However, sometime before the events of Chapter 20, he found the Arachnophobia research team lodged underground and Noah's psychotically-devoted right-hand man. Although agreed to help them up to the surface, seemingly out of goodwill. Eventually, he resembles a human, reveals his powers clearly aren't, able intentions, and asks them to create portals in thin air to revive the soulless Arachne using just her body. To say it didn't go as planned is an understatement. In a rage, he slaughters the research team, and his own PocketDimension.
mental state takes a dive, not that he was particularly [[AxCrazy well-off before.]]



* CurbStompBattle: Dishes one out to Dart in his initial appearance.
* TeleportSpam: Less so teleporting, but the same effect, repeatedly taking potshots at Dart from different portals around him.

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* CurbStompBattle: Dishes one {{Determinator}}: Blow out to Dart in his initial appearance.
left eye? He keeps on trucking. Lop off his ''arm''? Pfft, it was dead weight! The man ''refuses'' to give a shit about pain.
* TeleportSpam: Less so teleporting, HoistByHisOwnPetard: Was probably on the verge of killing Justin had Law not exploited the arena by getting him to jump headfirst into the abyss.
* LifeOrLimbDecision: When caught by Justin's full-guillotine form, he's faced with either getting his head cut off or his left arm. He chooses the latter,
but the same effect, repeatedly taking potshots at Dart from different portals around him.consequences, given his {{Determinator}} status above, aren't ''nearly'' as debilitating as one would expect.
* LightningBruiser: He can mobilize himself by using his saw feet as wheels, and is entirely capable of putting it to its best use in combat.
* WorthyOpponent: Sees himself as this to Justin, although the latter ([[TheGadfly seemingly]]) doesn't remember, to his great annoyance.




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!!Overbeings


* CombatPragmatist: His introduction has him killing Scissorman Barrows while his back is turned without even announcing his presence.

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* CombatPragmatist: His introduction has him killing Kills Scissorman Barrows while his back is turned without even announcing his presence. when he wasn't aware of Azrael's presence.



* FlyingFirepower: He flies, and he shoots beams. [[BoringYetPractical Frankly, it's all he needs.]]



* GeniusBruiser: Averted, despite what his stoic demeanor might suggest. He ends up tricked by Cassiel more than once during their battle, (one of which being a ''LookBehindYou'')!

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* GeniusBruiser: Averted, Subverted, despite what his stoic demeanor might suggest. He ends up tricked by Cassiel more than once during their battle, (one of which being a ''LookBehindYou'')!



* WakeUpCallBoss: Cassiel's first encounter with him serves as this, outspeeding her in the air and with a far more destructive arsenal, requiring the usage of strategic, often underhanded tactics to get an advantage, and had Cassiel not exposed a territorial advantage in their first fight, she likely would have died.

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* WakeUpCallBoss: Cassiel's first encounter with him serves as this, outspeeding her in the air and with a far more destructive arsenal, requiring the usage of strategic, often underhanded tactics to get an advantage, and had Cassiel not exposed a territorial advantage in their first fight, she likely would have died. been killed.


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[[folder: Gopher]]
A magic construct from the Book of Eibon, and Noah's psychotically-devoted right-hand man. Although he resembles a human, his powers clearly aren't, able to create portals in thin air to his own PocketDimension.

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* CurbStompBattle: Dishes one out to Dart in his initial appearance.
* TeleportSpam: Less so teleporting, but the same effect, repeatedly taking potshots at Dart from different portals around him.
[[/folder]]

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* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:At the end of the Fleurahan Adversaries arc.]]


* NotSoStoic: Aside from her SlasherSmile tendencies, this interpretation of Medusa also demonstrates herself ''very capable'' of holding a grudge over petty things, beating Victoria in retaliation for a punch she got in a full month ago.



* SoftSpokenSadist: If she starts speaking in a sweeter manner than usual, consider it a red flag.


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* TranquilFury: Her unprovoked beating of Victoria in Chapter 31 is nothing short of brutal, but manages to maintain a calm appearance throughout.


Following the battle of Baba Yaga's castle at the Manga/SoulEater anime's conclusion, Giriko entered a depressive funk upon learning of Arachne's death. However, sometime before the events of Chapter 20, he found the Arachnophobia research team lodged underground and agreed to help them up to the surface, seemingly out of goodwill. Eventually, he reveals his intentions, and asks them to revive the soulless Arachne using just her body. [[Understatement It doesn't go as planned.]] In a rage, he slaughters the research team, and his mental state takes a dive, not that he was particularly [[AxCrazy well-off before.]]

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Following the battle of Baba Yaga's castle at the Manga/SoulEater anime's conclusion, Giriko entered a depressive funk upon learning of Arachne's death. However, sometime before the events of Chapter 20, he found the Arachnophobia research team lodged underground and agreed to help them up to the surface, seemingly out of goodwill. Eventually, he reveals his intentions, and asks them to revive the soulless Arachne using just her body. [[Understatement It doesn't To say it didn't go as planned.]] planned is an understatement. In a rage, he slaughters the research team, and his mental state takes a dive, not that he was particularly [[AxCrazy well-off before.]]


* TheAtoner: He's very, very discontent with the legacy he's left, particularly with the Book of Eibon and Fleurah.
* DirtyCoward: Subverted. Despite his overall apathy, Eibon refuses to hand over the Book of Eibon when threatened in Chapter 20 and guards it valiantly before getting knocked out.
* FantasticRacism: Towards Cassiel for her Esper blood, though, to a lesser extent than Azrael; he mostly views them as bad luck or a jinx as opposed to religious hatred.
* MundaneUtility: Uses his powers of telekinesis to...perform a magic trick.

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* TheAtoner: He's very, very discontent with the legacy he's left, particularly with the Book of Eibon and Fleurah.
* DirtyCoward: Subverted. Despite
Fleurah, leading to his overall apathy, Eibon refuses to hand over more active participation in the Book DWMA.
* TheEeyore: Seems almost perpetually depressed. There's a reason for this: Noah is the result
of Eibon when threatened removing pride from himself. Supernatural reasons aside, it could very well be his [[spoiler:residual guilt for participating in Chapter 20 and guards it valiantly before getting knocked out.
the razing of Fleurah 800 years ago.]]
* FantasticRacism: Towards Cassiel for her Esper blood, though, though not to a lesser extent than militant extents like Azrael; he mostly views them as bad luck or a jinx as opposed to religious hatred.
* MundaneUtility: Uses With his awe-inspiring powers of telekinesis psychokinesis, he's able to...perform a magic trick.tricks.


A scientist of sorts who sought to bring about the advancement of the world. In the anime-verse, she was slain by Maka's Genie Hunter. However, the final episode credits hinted that [[spoiler: she survived in snake form.]] In Chapter 16, [[spoiler: she gets her own body back, at the cost of Seth's.]]

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A scientist of sorts who sought to bring about the advancement of the world. In the anime-verse, she was slain by Maka's Genie Hunter. However, [[JokerImmunity Or so it seemed,]] as hinted by the final episode credits hinted that [[spoiler: she survived in snake form.]] In Chapter 16, [[spoiler: she gets credits. Given flesh by a sacrifice, Medusa post-revival is certainly more unhinged, lusting for revenge with an unknown endgame. Her first course of action as villain involves turning an unwilling Victoria into her own body back, at the cost of Seth's.]]
lackey, allowing her a proxy to carry out her plans unnoticed.



* WoundedGazelleGambit: Just as she finally seems to have gone down for the count in Chapter 18, [[spoiler: she implants a Snake Bomb when Victoria hesitates, instantly sealing a success.]]

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* WoundedGazelleGambit: Just as she finally seems to have gone down for the count in Chapter 18, [[spoiler: she lunges and implants a Snake Bomb when Victoria hesitates, instantly sealing a success.]]


* FantasticRacism: Towards Espers, though, to a lesser extent than Azrael; he mostly views them as bad luck or a jinx rather than religious hatred.

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* FantasticRacism: Towards Espers, Cassiel for her Esper blood, though, to a lesser extent than Azrael; he mostly views them as bad luck or a jinx rather than as opposed to religious hatred.


* TheAtoner: Possibly a reason he chose to stay at the DWMA.
* DirtyCoward: Subverted. Despite his overall apathy, Eibon refuses to hand over the Book of Eibon when threatened in Chapter 20. Granted, it was all for naught, but a noble effort nonetheless.
* FantasticRacism: Towards Espers, though, unlike Azrael, it's more out of superstition than genuine hatred.

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* TheAtoner: Possibly a reason he chose to stay at He's very, very discontent with the DWMA.
legacy he's left, particularly with the Book of Eibon and Fleurah.
* DirtyCoward: Subverted. Despite his overall apathy, Eibon refuses to hand over the Book of Eibon when threatened in Chapter 20. Granted, 20 and guards it was all for naught, but a noble effort nonetheless.
valiantly before getting knocked out.
* FantasticRacism: Towards Espers, though, unlike Azrael, it's more out of superstition to a lesser extent than genuine Azrael; he mostly views them as bad luck or a jinx rather than religious hatred.

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