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** As a StrawNihilist, Hokuto is completely incapable of believing that humans and monsters could ''ever'' peacefully co-exist, and even deliberately breaks TheMasquerade to prove to Moka that the humans would never accept monsters. He's firmly convinced that the humans in Tsukune's neighborhood will kill Tsukune and his friends without even trying to listen to reason, and is absolutely surprised when the group actually manages to win said humans' trust, with Moka even taking the time to mock Hokuto for his "failed hypothesis."

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** As a StrawNihilist, Hokuto is completely incapable of believing that humans and monsters could ''ever'' peacefully co-exist, and even deliberately breaks TheMasquerade to prove to Moka that the humans would never accept monsters. He's firmly convinced that the humans in Tsukune's neighborhood will kill Tsukune and his friends without even trying to listen to reason, and is absolutely surprised when the group actually manages to win said humans' trust, with Moka even taking the time to mock rub it in his face. Of course, it doesn't stop Hokuto for from going on with his "failed hypothesis."plan.
--->'''Moka''': Off to prove another failed hypothesis, Hokuto?\\
'''Hokuto''': Don't think this changes anything, Moka. Your friend may have persuaded his dear old mother and some frightened people to hold their fire, but by the looks and sounds of it down below the human race isn't exactly welcoming the monster world with open arms. Tsukune hasn't proven anything other than he can use fear and confusion to slip out of danger.

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* HolierThanThou: Ceal accuses Jenner Rythmore, the [[FantasticRacism anti-monster]] head of the HDA, of being such in Act VI chapter 6; Jenner constantly rants about how monsters are all the same and do nothing but lie and kill. Ceal retorts that [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters humans are hardly any different]], that Jenner speaks as if humans are all universally good and pure, and declares that for all his talk about wanting to protect humanity, all Jener really is is a human who thinks he's above monsters just because he's human.

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** In Act VI chapter 16, Kahlua tells Talon that he isn't the only one that's suffered at Fairy Tale's hands, stating that she and Akua have been altered by Alucard's blood as well and they'll never be full-blooded vampires again. Of course, this part falls flat because Akua and Kahlua willingly joined Fairy Tale in support of their ideals (though [[IgnorantMinion they didn't know]] what [[InTheirOwnImage Kiria was really after]]) and ''chose'' to take Alucard's blood into themselves, whereas Talon was kidnapped off the streets and forcibly injected with it.


** In Act VI chapter 8, Kokoa suggests they sacrifice Sun to [[{{Biomanipulation}} reconstruct Mizore's body]] for kissing Gin, telling her point-blank that for kissing Gin, she deserves to die. The others shoot that down, and opt to use the bodies of dead HDA officers instead.

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** In Act VI chapter 8, Kokoa suggests they sacrifice Sun to [[{{Biomanipulation}} reconstruct Mizore's body]] for kissing Gin, telling her point-blank that for kissing Gin, she deserves to die. The others shoot that down, and opt to use the bodies of dead HDA officers instead. Later, in chapter 11, she openly suggests they trade Sun to [[EvilOverlord Babylon]] in exchange for Luna, essentially selling her into eternal slavery, for the same reason.


** In Act VI chapter 8, Kokoa suggests they sacrifice Sun to [[{{Biomanipulation}} reconstruct Mizore's body]] for kissing Gin, telling her point-blank that for kissing Gin, she deserves to die. The others shoot that down, and opt to use the bodies of dead HDA officers instead. Later, in chapter 11, she openly suggests that they trade Sun to [[EvilOverlord Babylon]] to get Luna back for that reason, insisting that it's a "fair trade."

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** In Act VI chapter 8, Kokoa suggests they sacrifice Sun to [[{{Biomanipulation}} reconstruct Mizore's body]] for kissing Gin, telling her point-blank that for kissing Gin, she deserves to die. The others shoot that down, and opt to use the bodies of dead HDA officers instead. Later, in chapter 11, she openly suggests that they trade Sun to [[EvilOverlord Babylon]] to get Luna back for that reason, insisting that it's a "fair trade."


** In Act VI chapter 8, Kokoa suggests they sacrifice Sun to [[{{Biomanipulation}} reconstruct Mizore's body]] for kissing Gin, telling her point-blank that for kissing Gin, she deserves to die. The others shoot that down, and opt to use the bodies of dead HDA officers instead.

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** In Act VI chapter 8, Kokoa suggests they sacrifice Sun to [[{{Biomanipulation}} reconstruct Mizore's body]] for kissing Gin, telling her point-blank that for kissing Gin, she deserves to die. The others shoot that down, and opt to use the bodies of dead HDA officers instead. Later, in chapter 11, she openly suggests that they trade Sun to [[EvilOverlord Babylon]] to get Luna back for that reason, insisting that it's a "fair trade."

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** Inner Moka, more often than not. Best showcased in Act III chapters 23 and 24. When Apoch and Astreal [[TookALevelInJerkass Take a Level in Jerkass]], mistreating Yukari, lying to Ms. Nekonome to get the other girls kicked out of class purely for asking them ''why'' they're mistreating Yukari, and then outright trying to [[MurderTheHypotenuse murder Yukari]] to keep her away from Ahakon, when Tsukune unintentionally unleashes her, Inner Moka immediately kicks them through a wall, and in the very next chapter, openly tells Ruby and Yukari that they shouldn't bother healing them after the way they've been acting and force them to deal with the consequences of their actions.


** In Act III, Gin runs to Dark and convinces him to hide him after stealing Apoch's underwear, apparently forgetting that Dark is a well-known WifeBasherBasher. As soon as Dark finds out, however, he throws him to Apoch and Astreal.



-->'''Kokoa''': I didn't think they'd go ''this'' crazy.\\

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-->'''Kokoa''': --->'''Kokoa''': I didn't think they'd go ''this'' crazy.\\


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** In Act III chapter 18, Gin runs to Dark and convinces him to hide him after stealing Apoch's underwear, apparently forgetting that Dark is a well-known WifeBasherBasher. As soon as Dark finds out, however, he throws him to Apoch and Astreal; the others even ask him if he's suicidal.

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* GetOut: In Act III chapter 20, the shop teacher literally ''screams'' this at Dark and the others after Dark uses a belt sander on a bully's face.


* DisproportionateRetribution: In Act III chapter 23, when the girls confront Apoch and Astreal over their mistreatment of Yukari, they respond by blowing up Felucia and then lying to Ms. Nekonome by stating that the girls themselves were causing trouble.

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In Act III chapter 23, when the girls confront Apoch and Astreal over their mistreatment of Yukari, they respond by blowing up Felucia and then lying to Ms. Nekonome by stating that the girls themselves were causing trouble.trouble.
** In Act VI chapter 8, Kokoa suggests they sacrifice Sun to [[{{Biomanipulation}} reconstruct Mizore's body]] for kissing Gin, telling her point-blank that for kissing Gin, she deserves to die. The others shoot that down, and opt to use the bodies of dead HDA officers instead.



* GeneralRipper: Jenner Rythmore, the head of the [[CreatureHunterOrganization Human Defense Agency]] founded in response to TheUnmasquedWorld in Acts V and VI. He's a blatantly [[FantasticRacism anti-monster]] {{Jerkass}} who makes no effort to hide his open distrust of monsters, going so far as to accuse them of setting up Alucard's attack during the climax of Act IV just so they could kill him and make themselves look like heroes, and in Act V chapter 20, openly states that he's just waiting for an excuse to declare open war on the monster world, outright deriding the idea of peace between humans and monsters as ridiculous. In the early chapters of Act VI, the gang ends up killing Jenner in self-defense, and he is subsequently replaced by Hothorne Tamaka, who is ''far'' more of a ReasonableAuthorityFigure than Jenner ever was.

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* GeneralRipper: Jenner Rythmore, the head of the [[CreatureHunterOrganization Human Defense Agency]] founded in response to TheUnmasquedWorld in Acts V and VI. He's a blatantly [[FantasticRacism anti-monster]] {{Jerkass}} who makes no effort to hide his open distrust of monsters, going so far as to accuse them of setting up Alucard's attack during the climax of Act IV just so they could kill him and make themselves look like heroes, and in Act V chapter 20, openly states that he's just waiting for an excuse to declare open war on the monster world, outright deriding the idea of peace between humans and monsters as ridiculous. In the early chapters of Act VI, VI chapter 6, the gang ends up killing Jenner in self-defense, and he is subsequently replaced by Hothorne Tamaka, who is ''far'' more of a ReasonableAuthorityFigure than Jenner ever was.



** In Act VI chapter 6, Jenner, a GeneralRipper who distrusted monsters from the start and declared open war on monsters the first chance he got, goes on a rant at Ceal that monsters do nothing but lie and kill. Ceal retorts that humans are hardly any better.
--->'''Ceal''': Lie and kill. You speak as if humanity is any different. You speak as if no humans commit any crimes or are hostile to their own kind. You speak as if all of your kind are as pure as angels themselves.



-->'''Moka''': So, "each side will kill the other without ever trying to reason with it," huh?

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-->'''Moka''': --->'''Moka''': So, "each side will kill the other without ever trying to reason with it," huh?


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** In Act VI chapter 6, Jenner rants about how humans gave monsters a chance for peace, and got a school and city thrown into chaos for it. When he tries to shoot Ceal, he casually restrains him, throws his own words back in his face, and feeds him to the dragon Babylon sent to attack.
--->'''Ceal''': What was it you said? Ah yes, I believe it was "we gave you a chance for peace." I gave you a chance, human. That's far more than what it's going to do.

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* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: In Act VI chapter 1, while locked up by the HDA and accused of a monster attack on the city, Dark and Mizore suddenly attack Kurumu and Rason, accusing them of being lazy and not doing anything to stop the HDA from arresting them before actually coming to blow. The HDA officers watching them open the cells to break up the fight, which is exactly what they were expecting; the gang promptly kill the guards, steal their weapons, and escape.

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* HourOfPower: The initial version of [[PsychoSerum Blackheart]], as shown in Act III. It greatly empowers monsters, but it also sends them into a berserk rage and kills them after one hour. In Act VI, Fairy Tale has improved it, making it a more generic SuperSerum.

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** Good!Falla's attitude toward Tsukune for most of Act IV. While she knows that this Tsukune is not the same one from her timeline, she doesn't care and is adamant that he's rightfully hers, going so far as to rig the entire girls' dormitory with {{Death Trap}}s to [[MurderTheHypotenuse kill Moka]] and MakeItLookLikeAnAccident so she could have him back. She finally snaps out of it when Lilith's Mirror [[IHatePastMe restores her memories]], deciding she's not worthy to have Tsukune due to the atrocities she committed in the past.


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* IHatePastMe: Good!Falla's reaction in Act IV chapter 22 when she regains her memories and is shocked to discover what an [[EntitledBastard entitled]] [[TheSociopath sociopath]] she was, up to and including sending her younger sister to her death out of spite and annihilating her entire kingdom, family, and species in a fit of rage because she was denied the crown. When fighting her EvilCounterpart in Act V chapter 37, she is adamant that she is ''nothing'' like said EvilCounterpart and Evil!Falla is the true monster who did all that.


* HumanoidAbomination: Discord, the Blackheart-enhanced clone of Luna created by Fairy Tale in Act VI chapter 53, whom Gyokuro intends to essentially be a new Alucard under her control.

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Discord, the Blackheart-enhanced clone of Luna created by Fairy Tale in Act VI chapter 53, whom Gyokuro intends to essentially be a new Alucard under her control.control.
** Babylon, Hex, and Pandora as well. All three of them are described as anomalies in existence that shouldn't even exist in the first place. They have different affinities; Babylon's is war, Pandora's is chaos, and Hex's is luck. They also have vast RealityWarper powers, especially when it comes to their affinities, but according to Hex, they're not truly gods and can still bleed and die like every other living creature.

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* ExtremelyShortTimespan: WordOfGod confirms in [[https://www.deviantart.com/ag-publishing/journal/Rosario-Vampire-Brightest-Darkness-timeline-472428377 his journal]] that across the first six acts, only 38 days have passed. Yes, that's right: such things as the gang putting a permanent end to the likes of Kuyou and Fairy Tale, Hokuto resurrecting Alucard and resulting in an [[TheUnmasquedWorld Unmasqued World]], and the impending invasion of [[EldritchAbomination Babylon]] all take place in the timespan of a little over one month.

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