This page is for various magic side characters who do not easily fit into the other page categories.
The leader of the Elizalina Alliance of Independent Nations and the twin sister of the Maiden of Versailles.
- Awesomeness by Analysis: Since her magic is also based on the Right Hand's principles, she was able to affect Fiamma's Holy Right, if only temporarily.
- Barrier Warrior: She's able to cast a defensive spell powerful enough to partially block an attack from Fiamma.
- Egopolis: She's not a dictator, but the Alliance of Independent Nations was named after/in honor of her.
- Foil: To her sister, the Maiden of Versailles. Both of them lead nations, one of them manipulating people behind the scenes and the other helping nations prosper. One of them is skilled with warfare, while the other is an intelligent woman who helped her nation become independent and prosperous. Finally, one of them is a highly skilled magician, while the other is merely average in skill.
- The Medic: She's the one who heals Takitsubo. However, she can't heal Last Order.
- Power Glows: When she casts her defensive spell against Fiamma, her body glows a pale white.
- White Magician Girl: In contrast to the Maiden of Versailles, who wields a sword.
She's a quirky 12-year old girl whose magical prowess has earned her many invitations to other organizations, which she flatly rejected. Instead, she leads her own magical organization, the Dawn-Colored Sunlight. She plays a major part of New Testament 3.
- A Child Shall Lead Them: She is the leader of the 10,000 strong magic cabal Dawn-Colored Sunlight.
- A-Cup Angst: Oh, definitely, as Fremea-chan demonstrated.Fremea: And I wear a bra, so Im essentially the winner.Leivinia: What are you trying to do!? Are you trying to pick a fight with me, you damn brat!?!?!?
- She picked a fight with Kanzaki Kaori in the Norse Mythology SS over her breast size.
- Armor-Piercing Slap: To Shiage, because he was sleepy during her course of magic, and that he brought up a certain subject.
- Ascended Extra: Kamachi said that she is his favorite character and was literally squealing in his author's notes when she appeared in New Testament Volume 1.
- Awesome, but Impractical: Flintlock pistols have one shot and take a long time to load the bullet, powder, and wadding. She uses them because she thinks they are really cool.
- Bad Boss: Abuses poor Mark like there's no tomorrow.
- Berserk Button: Messing with her little sister Patricia will bring her full wrath on you, as Richard Brave and Exit of the Evening Dusk magic cabal found out.
- Big Damn Heroes: She's the one who finds and saves Touma at the end of WWIII after he goes missing taking down the Star of Bethlehem and Gabriel, revealed directly in New Testament and shown in the Episode 26 of the third season.
- Bullying a Dragon: Taunts Aleister Crowley by pointing out how the changing circumstances have derailed his plans and how, in spite of this, he can't take action to correct those problems because that carries the risk of derailing his plans even further. His response is to cut a few strands of hair off of her head to show that he was listening to her and at the same time providing proof for her theory in how he didn't simply decapitate her instead.
- Car Fu: Rams a tanker truck into Cendrillon.
- Combat Pragmatist: Will do anything to win, including psychological warfare and wielding a flintlock pistol.
- Comedic Sociopathy: Her sadistic tendencies are mostly played for laughs...but to that note, she is stated to hold (tentatively) "[T]he #3 spot in the super sadist world rankings," according to Touma.
- Cruel to Be Kind: At one point, Silvia insinuates that Leivinia acts so cruel to Touma in an attempt to force him to stay out of the fight with GREMLIN out of a lingering feeling of regret for betraying his trust. Leivinia, already driven up the wall by Silvia's previous insinuations of her seeing Touma like a brother or even "the older neighborhood boy" she relies on moving on and leaving her behind, tries to attack her for it, but never actually denies it either.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Only appeared shortly in cameos in Volumes 18 and 22, Episodes 25 and 26 of the third season of the anime adapting events of the latter, and for obscure short stories before finally appearing in a bigger role in New Testament. She actually first meets Touma in a manga short story set way before her appearance in the main canon. And yes, he sees her naked.
- Easily Forgiven: Touma doesn't seem to care that she indirectly caused the incident in Baggage City and betrayed his trust.
- Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: She can easily enter the mindset of politicians and master schemers like Aleister Crowley to predict their actions and motivations. However, Touma's drive to help and protect others without expecting any reward or having any ulterior motives makes absolutely no sense to her. She eventually concludes that he is insane.
- Good Is Not Nice: She's rude, arrogant, condescending, manipulative, and sadistic. Yet her motives and her love for her younger twin sister ultimately make her a good person.
- The Gadfly: Enjoys trolling everybody.
- Groin Attack: On Touma upon his return to Academy City at the end of volume 1 of New Testament.
- Hard Work Hardly Works: Subverted. Leivinia's spells rely on her having executed the same movements again and again over a long period of time until the movements themselves became magical symbols that she could use to cast her spells stronger every time. According to Touma, she is the ultimate example of the passionate hard worker, getting power through effort and application. However, this has made her something of a one trick pony, unable to improvise or vary her tactics that much, as a new spell would start much weaker than the ones she already has.
- He Who Fights Monsters: Touma claims that by manipulating and hurting countless others in the name of defeating GREMLIN, her group and herself will be no different and will simply become the world's next enemy.
- Honor Before Reason: She refuses to use the more practical modern guns because of the standard magician's contempt for science and because modern guns are not as cool as flintlock pistols.
- I Am Not Left-Handed: After her battle with Touma, Silvia points out that Leivinia only relied on the minor arcana for her spells and suggests that if she used the major arcana, then she could have turned the tables on him.
- The Idealist: Played with. Birdway genuinely wants to save people and do it in the best way possible, and her logic helps to shape Hawaii and Baggage City in NT3 and NT4 respectively. In her confrontation with Touma in NT7, one where she incidentally holds back, he points out that she could have circumvented most of the events that occurred had she used Touma as bait, something that she had considered but did not want to do to him.
- Jerkass: She's kind of a dick to everyone but her sister, especially her subordinates and Touma.
- Like Brother and Sister: Silvia accuses her of seeing Touma as her ideal big brother, alongside other things. While it finally got her to snap and threaten Silvia, she never did deny it either.
- Little Miss Badass: She has the ability to create explosions by channeling Telesma — and Telesma is not for everyone, to say the least. Poor Acqua...
- She doesn't channel Telesma through her body. Her Summon Explosion is basically described as her skipping over the normally complex prep work that goes into using Telesma correctly and instead carries out her spell with nothing more than intuition. Basically, it's as though she pulled off an incredibly precise feat of engineering while simply eyeballing the measurements.
- She has a level of power comparable to that of a Saint, despite being an ordinary magician. She has even fought Kanzaki to a draw on at least one occasion.
- Manipulative Bastard: She basically screwed over and destabilized the Science Side by having Accelerator, Mikoto, and Touma interfere with the activities on Hawaii, without Aleister's manipulations to prevent it, just to bait GREMLIN into moving.
- Morality Pet: She consistently shows concern for her little sister and was willing to die for her in NT 14. She also feels bad about betraying Touma and doesn't do her best when fighting him in NT 6 as a result and earlier is legitimately horrified when he's accidentally shot by Anti-Skill and does her best to apply first aid to him.
- Mr. Exposition: In New Testament Volume 2. She spends half the novel explaining magic to Accelerator and Shiage (Umidori eavesdropped on the conversation).
- Not So Above It All: She might be very mature for her age and leading a magic cabal, but she still sleeps with a nightlight, is sensitive about her yet-to-be developed chest, and is fully willing to get into arguments about whether or not Santa Claus is real with Fremea.
- Not So Different: From GREMLIN, Aleister, Fiamma, and Lola, in the fact that she is willing to essentially shatter the peace of the world by destabilizing the Science Side to accomplish her goal.
- Odd Friendship: She and Accelerator have excellent chemistry. He might be replacing Mark Space at this rate.
- Panty Shot: Gives ones to Kaori...
- Pretentious Latin Motto: Regnum771 — meaning Kingdom.
- The Profiler: Her cabal specializes in analyzing the thoughts and motives of those in leadership positions.
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Does this to Aleister. It. Is. GLORIOUS.
- Reverse Psychology: A good example is during the NT Volume 2 epilogue, towards Accelerator.
- Shoot the Dog: Her policy toward anyone dangerous. In NT Volume 6, Touma opposes her in her attempt to kill Fraulein Kreutune. He says it doesn't matter that Fraulein has uncontrollably become a cannibal, he calls Birdway out on not considering other options for solving the problem.
- Smug Super: She's incredibly arrogant, but given her power, brains and feats during the story it's hard not to argue she's earned the right to be a little smug with herself.
- Sphere of Destruction: Her Telesma bombs.
- Take Over the World: Her organization wants to remove the distinctions between Science and Magic, then rule over both worlds.
- Tarot Motifs: This seems to be a common factor amongst Golden Style magicians as they use the symbols and suits of the tarot to shape their magic.
- Token Evil Teammate: She's actually quite cruel and incredibly manipulative, which causes a rift between her and Touma when she knowingly causes the cooperative institutions to cut ties with Academy City, which indirectly causes a massacre in Baggage City when Academy City tries to put down the separatists and gets into a fight with Gremlin, which was using Baggage City for their own purposes. Though she feels bad about betraying Touma's trust, she continues to readily apply her methods.
- Weak, but Skilled: Leivinia is a pretty strong magician capable of fighting a Saint like Kaori Kanzaki head-on, a feat not many magicians can replicate. However, her magic power on its own is not that great. The raw power of her spells is a result of constantly casting the same few spells in the exact same way with the exact same motions, thus turning her movements into magic symbols that boost her own magic. She's also able to summon and use Telesma on the fly, something magicians need rituals and ceremonies to do. When discussing a criminal magic cabal she even demonstrates the difference on their levels of skill by drawing a simple charm to create food in about 15 seconds of work, mentioning the cabal would need to use up 3 whole kids to create a single copy.
- Wham Line: At the end of New Testament 3 she openly states that she's been using Touma and that their interests only temporarily align.Birdway: I dont recall ever saying I stood on the side of justice, boy.
Levinia Birdway's personal assistant and a member of Dawn-Colored Sunlight.
- Butt-Monkey/Beleaguered Assistant: Really suffers under his boss' demands.
- Pretentious Latin Motto: Armare091
- Super Speed: He was able to block an attack aimed at Patricia Birdway and then move back to his original position without her noticing him move.
- Tarot Motifs: Like most members of Dawn-Colored Sunlight Mark uses the symbolism of tarot cards to cast magic.
- Blow You Away: The Sword suit, Mark's specialty, allows him to manipulate wind. Each card of the suit casts a different spell, so Mark has 14 different wind spells.
Honos628 — My Honor is For the World
An alchemist who was Index's bodyguard in the past. He specializes in Ars Magna, a way of bringing thoughts into reality. Similarly to Stiyl, his failure to save Index without erasing her memories is his greatest regret. He "turned to The Dark Side" as a result.
- Alchemy Is Magic: Aureolus is a magician and an alchemist, but his alchemist techniques are merely another style/type of magic.
- Arc Villain: Of the Deep Blood arc.
- Bishounen: He has the same face as Aizen for crying out loud!
- Bodyguard Crush: Fell in love with Index while he was her guardian.
- Cloning Blues: In the Light Novels, he created a homunculus in his image through alchemy that had all his memories and believed it was actually him. It had Limen Magna: a Hook Hand and a dart on a Variable-Length Chain that turned anything it touched to gold. It went berserk but was defeated by Touma and Stiyl. Stiyl regretfully Mercy Killed it, as it was nearing the end of its life cycle anyway.
- Code Name: Magic Name: Honos628
- Evil Counterpart: According to the author, he's Touma if he had failed to save Index in Volume 1.
- Evil Laugh: Pulls a nasty one when his Villainous Breakdown begins and again when he slices off Touma's arm. Then Touma cuts him off with an eviler laugh.
- The Gunslinger: Has an odd preference for 19th century pistols, summoning several in his battle with Touma.
- Famous Ancestor: A direct descendant of famous Renaissance alchemist Paracelsus.
- Imperial Stormtrooper Marksmanship Academy: Conjures up a gun against Touma, but fires wildly, explaining that he wants to drag the fight out and make it as painful as possible.
- Laser-Guided Amnesia/Identity Amnesia: His final fate.
- Love Makes You Crazy/Love Makes You Evil: His obsession with Index led him to do incredibly depraved things.
- Man in White: His entire appearance is in a white suit.
- More Dakka: Makes his gun turn into dozens of gun barrels, all connected.
- Not So Different: Stiyl notes that he's similar to Touma and himself in that they will do anything to save Index. In the Light Novels, Touma notes that his Ars Magna functions more like an esper power than like magic.
- Pretentious Latin Motto: Armare091 - "My Honor Is For The World".
- Reality Warper: His power, Ars Magna, is a spell that creates a simulation of the world inside the mind of the user, linked to the real world. Any changes on the mental world are reflected on the real world, so the user can make anything they can imagine become true.
- Clap Your Hands If You Believe/Imagination-Based Superpower: The effectiveness of his reality warping Ars Magna depends on his imagination and confidence.
- Reality Warping Is Not a Toy: His fears and doubts come true as well. He usually uses acupuncture needles to clear his mind before using Ars Magna. This is why he went through the elaborate plan to capture a vampire, he didn't believe he could do it on his own.
- Superpower Lottery: His Ars Magna is actually on par with John's Pen Mode Index, and a power that can turn your thoughts into reality is pretty much quite the power.
- Redundant Rescue/"Shaggy Dog" Story: He gave three years of his life to find a way to save Index, only to find that Touma had already saved her.
- To the Pain: After conjuring up a gun against Touma, he boasts that he's going to enjoy shooting him in the kneecaps, the arms, etc.
- Villainous Breakdown: Once Stiyl and Touma explain that his plan to use Himegami to attract a vampire so he can force it to turn Index into a vampire to save her life is unneeded, he gets really mad and decides to kill them, claiming that they mocked him and his dreams. Touma makes him even more upset and scares him half to death by laughing at him when Izzard chops off his arm, realizing that his powers are dependent on his state of mind.
- We Have Reserves: His reply when Touma and Stiyl confront him about his army of Brainwashed and Crazy Misawa Cram School students whose bodies were breaking down due to them being espers forced to use magic.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: As seen in the picture. Justified as mages with an earth-alignment can dye their hair green to enhance their connection to the earth.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Pulls this on Himegami, killing her with a command. Fortunately, Touma's Imagine Breaker could reverse it.
- Younger Than They Look: He's 18 and looks like a guy in his 20's or 30's.
An aloof magician who once kidnapped Index and tried to extract a grimoire from her mind in order to find a cure for a cursed woman he had fallen in love with. When Touma rescues Index and learns of his situation, Touma offers to use Imagine Breaker to save the woman, which he gratefully accepts.
- Archer Archetype: Wields a magical crossbow called an azusayumi.
- Arc Villain: One of three for the Three Stories Arc
- Badass in a Nice Suit: Spends his entire appearance in a nice suit.
- Blood from the Mouth: Trying to read the grimoire in Index's mind causes him internal damage and makes him cough up blood.
- Blow You Away: Can generate gusts of wind that can demolish buildings or boost him into the air.
- Cannot Spit It Out: He refused to admit that he was in love with the girl he was trying to save, instead claiming he was only trying to save her to prove his skill. Touma quickly says that's a load of crap.
- The Comically Serious: Acts stone-faced in hilarious situations like Touma ordering him to apologize for destroying the homework Touma had been working on the whole day with his wind attack.
- Determinator: He will never give up, no matter the cost.
- Eyes Always Shut: He only opens his eyes during really serious moments.
- Flash Step: Can move so fast Touma can barely follow him with his eyes.
- Invisibility: Can turn himself and anyone he's holding invisible.
- Not So Stoic: After realizing that Touma can save the girl.
- Talking the Monster to Death: Index and Touma convince him to stand down by forcing him to admit his love for the girl he was trying to save, causing him to break down sobbing.
- Tears of Blood: Trying to read the grimoire in Index's mind causes him internal damage and makes blood fall from his eyes.
- Telepathy: However, if he reads someone's mind, the target can read his mind as well. This is how Index learns about the girl he was trying to save.
Basis104 — The One Who Carries the Basis
Oriana Thomson is an 18-year-old blonde magician who works as a mercenary. Her sorcery name is Basis104, "The one who carries the basis."
- Anti-Villain: In the Daihasei arc, as she genuinely believed her actions would make the world a better place. She tries to avoid involving innocent bystanders and she will be regretful if she accidentally attacks them.
- Black and White Insanity: Believed that the world would be a better place if morality was reduced to just black and white with no conflicting ideas of right and wrong.
- Boobs of Steel: A very big chest and a skilled martial artist.
- Code Name: Magic Name: Basis104
- Confusion Fu: A limitation of her "Short Hand" flashcards is that each one is marked with a unique spell, meaning she rarely, if ever, uses the same spell twice. She almost seems to consider this a point of pride at times. Backfires when Touma eventually realizes that she also subconsciously never launches her attacks in the same way twice in the row, so he's able to dodge her by occupying the space of her previous attack.
- Cool Big Sis: Acts like this around children or young teens.
- Dragon-in-Chief: Oriana is Arc Villain Lidvia Lorenzetti's acting agent, and the more present threat to Touma due to Lidvia operating away from Academy City.
- Escape Artist/Stealth Expert: Comes with being a mercenary. Her job forces her to know every way of avoiding detection and capture. It is very hard to keep track of her once she starts running away.
- Hello, Nurse!/Ms. Fanservice: Several characters, including Touma, find her very, very attractive. Her outfits often consist of the following:
- Absolute Cleavage: If she wears a shirt or jacket, she leaves it unbuttoned or unzipped. She doesn't wear a bra.
- Bare Your Midriff: If she wears a shirt or jacket, she leaves the bottom part open. Also when she changes into her bandeau/skirt combo.
- Gainaxing: In the anime, her boobs jiggle whenever she moves.
- Interplay of Sex and Violence: Definitely invokes this during her fight with Touma. In her first fight with him, her shirt slowly comes undone the longer the fight drags out and she keeps making comparisons as if the two were having sex.
- Pretty in Mink: Carries a fur cloak when she changes into her bandeau/skirt combo.
- She's Got Legs: Her skirt has a slit exposing her long, shapely legs.
- Stripperific: She most likely sent several under-age characters straight into puberty during her introduction arc the moment they saw her.
- Underboobs: When wearing her bandeau.
- Vapor Wear: Wears her pants or skirt very low. This and her skirt's slit confirm that she doesn't wear any panties just like her Absolute Cleavage confirms she doesn't wear a bra.
- Femme Fatale/The Tease: Flirts with pretty much anyone she meets.
- Lady of Black Magic: A flirtatious, mature magician mercenary whose Shorthand techniques allow for her to cast different attack spells and more complex ones as well.
- Made of Iron: She can take a punch to the face from Touma's right hand, get up, and mock him. It took a prolonged and devastating battle to finally bring her down.
- Ojou Ringlets: Two frame her face.
- Peek-a-Bangs: Her hair often covers her right eye.
- Pretentious Latin Motto: "The One Who Carries the Basis."
- Show Some Leg: She likes to cup her boobs and make sexy poses to distract male opponents.
- Victoria's Secret Compartment: She keeps her shorthand originals there.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Went along with Ridovia Lorenzetti's plan because she believed it would make the world a better place in the future, and that a few lives sacrificed in the process would be worth it.
- Wild Card: Her loyalty is only to whoever pays her the most, and she will also change loyalties based on her personal code of ethics.
- Vancian Magic: The basis of her powers.
- Younger Than They Look: She DOES NOT look 18.
One of the 20 Saints in the world, who is also a Valkyrie and the main antagonist of the Norse Mythology SS, she went on a very, very, justified Roaring Rampage of Revenge against the five greatest Norse Cabals after an incident that involved those five cabals, with over a thousand members each, obliterated her own small cabal of thirty people to preserve Norse Mythology.
- Anti-Villain: All she wanted to do was use the power of a god to save a child.
- Ancestral Weapon: Gungnir.
- Arc Number: Without knowing it, she used the Christian 3 on Gungnir.
- The Aloner: After her cabal's destruction, at the time before meeting Ceillier.
- The Atoner: After being unable to save him.
- BFS: Her Claymore.
- Body Horror: She inflicted this on every single magician who she had a grudge against.
- Born Winner: As a Saint and a Valkyrie, she was born with both of those powers. However, she can't use both at the same time.
- Chekhov's Gunman/Foreshadowing: Her actions and the knowledge she holds make her this. She crafted a new Gungnir and has the proper knowledge to do so through the Final Rune. Now Othinus, GREMLIN's head honcho, is seeking Gungnir.
- Cynicism Catalyst: Ceillier's apparent death drove her to villainy.
- Elemental Powers: With Gungnir's power, she can control all types of natural phenomenons and weather disasters by combining the elemental symbols of fire, ice and frost.
- Playing with Fire: Can summon pure white flames.
- Dishing Out Dirt: Can cause earthquakes and cause large stones to fall from the sky.
- Blow You Away: Can create slicing blades of wind.
- Making a Splash: Can create underground water geysers.
- Shock and Awe: Can produce white lightning strikes.
- Magma Man: Can create volcanic eruptions and pure white lava.
- It's All My Fault/My Greatest Failure: The destruction of her Cabal and Ceillier's fate.
- Lightning Bruiser: She's a Saint and a Valkyrie. She can not only move faster than the speed of sound, but she can also swing a sword so fast that it can generate a sonic boom that can cause all the windows of a building to shatter merely by being in the same direction of her swing.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Hel, as they named her. She planned to live up to it.Brunhild: Like the hands of a clock, I am now inexorably approaching you as you lie their unmoving. Once I arrive, I will act true to the name of Hel that you forced upon me by sending each and every one of you to the underworld.
- Norse Mythology: Most of her magic is based on it.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Justified after what they did. After destroying her Cabal 5 years ago, they dug up the graves she made for those children and fed their bodies to wolves, they attacked small Norse cabal after small Norse cabal to make sure they all felt so threatened that they would not help her, they killed some children with no connection to magic just because they spoke to her when she collapsed on the ground, tortured her and put the last little kid who gave her hope in the hospital. Really, the only reason Kanzaki stopped her was because she was ordered to.
- Rule of Symbolism: Gugnir's structure can shift to grab and break weapons like a vise, based on how Gungnir broke Balmung, the strongest human sword, in a single strike. It's revealed Brunhilds's Gungnir Norse purity is reduce due to symbolic elements of Longinus being accidentally mixed in because of Brundhil's Saint nature and the accidental addition of a trinity with the three elemental symbols it contains.
- Power Limiter: When her Saint Powers and Valkyrie Powers are at the same level during the Half-Moon, she loses access to both.
- Pretender Diss: Mocks GREMLIN member Hel as an idiot for trying to emulate the Norse goddess, pointing out that she used to have that title.
- Throw the Dog a Bone: In New Testament Volume 4, it is revealed that that the charges were dropped against her after she helped out in World War III. Not only that, the boy she wanted to save woke up, although he is in a hospital now.
- Valkyries: She was born as one.
- Weather Manipulation: Absolute control over weather phenomena such as tornadoes and lightning.
- You Can't Fight Fate: A central theme of Norse Stories, as well as the destiny of Saints. People around them will be hurt for their sakes.
A mysterious Valkyrie who Kaori Kanzaki meets in Volume SS2, assaulting people in the streets of London and cutting up their jeans. She disappears after a brief battle and is not seen again.
- Arc Number: She invokes the number nine for her spell Nine Support.
- BFS: She carries one.
- Born Winner: As a Valkyrie, she was born with her power.
- Chainmail Bikini: It is made of steel interwoven with cloth.
- Clothing Damage: Inflicts it by slashing people's jeans skillfully enough to avoid cutting their legs.
- Dark Action Girl/Lightning Bruiser: She's strong, fast, and skilled enough to contend with Kaori.
- It Amused Me: The reason she gives when Kaori asks her why she's cutting up people's jeans. That and she's a sadist.
- Ms. Fanservice: Milks her appearance for all it's worth to seduce the men around her.
- No Name Given: She never identifies herself. She's referred to as Jeans Slasher for what she does.
- People Puppets: Her spell Nine Support causes a man's shadow to turn into nine girls, who latch onto the man and control his movements. The greater the victim's lust toward Jeans Slasher, the harder it is for him to resist.
- The Tease: Flirts with any man she meets.
- Valkyries: She was born as one.
Richard BraveA former member of Necessarius who defected and vowed revenge against them for dissing his invention, Lævateinn. In the SP Volume, he attempts to capture Patricia Birdway to use her in a plot to acquire the Alaskan Runes, which would have given him great power that could help his plans for revenge, only to be defeated by Stiyl Magnus and Theodosia Electra.
- Fate Worse than Death: After his defeat, Dawn-Colored Sunlight takes him into their custody, and imply that his torture will know no bounds, as punishment for trying to harm Patricia.
- Flaming Sword: Lævateinn, a sword of his own creation that apparently burns so hot it can effortlessly annihilate anything, even a lake or concrete. However, see Post-Modern Magik.
- For the Evulz: He tried to trick Patricia into touching a Grimoire, which would have blown her arm off, for no reason other than his own amusement. Fortunately, Stiyl stopped her in time.
- The Heretic: He was labeled as such for using a scientific concept to perfect Lævateinn. This really pissed him off and caused him to turn evil.
- Not So Different: Stiyl sees a little of himself in Richard and feels slight sympathy for his motivation. The only reason why Stiyl is not branded The Heretic even though he uses Post-Modern Magik as well is that the people who judge these things are arbitrary hypocrites. Had things been a little different, Richard and Stiyl's positions could have been reversed.
- Post-Modern Magik: In reality, Lævateinn's flames are about average in power. He secretly sprays invisible ink (Vitamin B2 to be precise) on his targets in the shape of runes that when activated by ultraviolet light cause them to become extremely flammable. It was because of this that he was labeled The Heretic.
- Rule of Symbolism: Lævateinn is based on Surtur's Flaming Sword from Norse Mythology. Stiyl is quick to point out that it is a far cry from its mythological counterpart once the trick with the invisible ink runes is thwarted.
- Would Hit a Girl/Would Hurt a Child: Doesn't hesitate to try to kill Theodosia for standing in his way. He also doesn't care if he maims Patricia in the process of capturing her.
The Power of God
A Christian Archangel and one of the most powerful beings (note not "characters") in the series, Gabriel rules over the attribute of water, as well as the moon. It first appears in the Angel Fall arc, as the eponymous angel.
- Above Good and Evil: Starts out with no desire or will of its own except that of God, neither good or evil. Later, after it gains free will, it states that it doesn't care about morality, only about accomplishing its goals.
- Ambiguous Gender: The narration refers to it as female, due to its body being modeled after Sasha Kreutzev.
- Chekhov's Gunman: Its first appearance is in the Angel Fall arc.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: The entire might of both France and England couldn't do shit to it.
- Diabolus ex Machina: After seemingly blowing up in Volume 21, it reforms toward the end of the next volume and begins melting the North Pole just as Touma is getting ready to safely land the Star of Bethlehem. He ends up having to drive the archangel into the Arctic Ocean, leaving his fate unknown...
- Guardian Entity: For Fiamma, who summons it.
- Holy Halo: As seen in the picture.
- Making a Splash: It is the authority on water control.
- Manipulative Bastard: Mostly shown during the Angel Fall arc, in which it fools Necessarius with a false identity to let it identify the spellcaster.
- Nigh-Invulnerability: Able to withstand attacks from the world's military, and even from Accelerator.
- Our Angels Are Different: When it is not in a human host, it does not look human, as seen in the picture.
- Physical God: Gabriel is second only to Michael in power among the Archangels.
- Starfish Language: Apparently sounds like complete gibberish/static and contains concepts that cannot be translated. Hyouka can basically understand it, though. Gabriel seems to be under the impression that she's an actual angel and tries to get her to help!
- Sweet Tooth: Likes candy, as the sweet taste reminds it of the grace of God.
- There Is No Kill Like Overkill: Upon seeing it on the battlefield, Elizalina wonders why on Earth Fiamma would summon something with such massive power for any threat humans could possibly face. Note: Archangels are perfectly capable of destroying the Earth not only without trying, but as side effects to goals they feel are more important. This puts Gabriel's very summoning in this category.
- Worf Had the Flu: In every instance that it was summoned, Gabriel was no where near its true power. The closest was when Fiamma succeeded in correcting the elemental misalignment and Touma destroyed Index's control device, making Gabriel whole once again. However, even that left it at mere fraction of its full strength due to the Telesma drained by Acqua and its injuries sustained in its battle against FUZE=KAZAKIRI and Accelerator. Stiyl hypothesized that even absorbing all the water on Earth wouldn't be enough to bring it back to full strength.
A magically created elfin girl encountered by Kanzaki in the Norse Mythology SS. Her presence causes living beings exposed to her to undergo accelerated evolution.
- Death Seeker: After learning what she does to other living beings, she seeks to find a way to return herself to a fossil (as merely dying and becoming a corpse wouldn't be enough to stop the change).
- Fossil Revival: How she was created.
- Pointy Ears: She's an elf after all.
- Power Incontinence: She has no control over the twisted evolution that she causes in other living beings.
- Restraining Bolt: Similar to Aisa Himegami, she is given a cross by Necessarius to suppress her ability and allow her to interact with others safely.
- Clap Your Hands If You Believe: It turns out St. Germain never actually existed, but this being was brought into existence by magicians believing in him.
- Consummate Liar: It will spread an infinite number of falsehoods and deceive anybody to achieve its present goal.
- False Friend: Pretends to support Shinka Kanou's quest to avenge Frenda while plotting to send him to his death.
- A Form You Are Comfortable With: Gets Shinka Kanou to trust it by appearing to him in a body that resembles his friend Frenda Seivelun.
- God Guise: It has the power to control carbon. It used this ability to pretend to be a Reality Warper and briefly fool Touma into believing it was a Majin.
- Hive Mind: Each host body is connected telepathically.
- Home Field Advantage: In buildings like the Dianoid where everything is made of carbon materials, it is practically a Reality Warper.
- Multiple-Choice Past: Its origin story and motives change frequently. It can't keep up a lie for long and will make up new goals on the spot.
- Ripple Effect-Proof Memory: It was not affected by Othinus' changes to reality since it is neither alive nor dead.
- Superpower Lottery: Wields the Chambord, a spear shaped like a treble clef that has power over carbon. Carbon is in almost every material, including human bodies. It can deform people's bodies, turn plant matter into golems, form diamonds into shapes and weapons, and even release carbon monoxide.
- Villainous Breakdown: When Touma reveals that for all its power, it is nothing but a liar and a con artist.
- The Virus: It literally infects people with microbes to add them to its collective.
- We Have Reserves: It doesn't care what happens to its host bodies as it always has some in reserve. It is willing to force espers it has controlled to perform magic and injure themselves.
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An artificial demon created by Coronzon as a weapon to be used against Aleister Crowley. After being defeated by Aleister, she makes a contract with Accelerator to become his advisor on magic.
- Anthropomorphic Personification: Described by Aleister as being a symbol of misinformation, lies and the very atmosphere of a hopeless war that can drive people mad.
- Brown Note: Can perform this by using her tentacles to distort the scenary around her, using her essence as dangerous knowledge one cannot face without proper preparation to attack the opponent's mind, leaving them paralyzed.
- Combat Tentacles: Can sprout hundreds of millions of thin thread-like tentacles with a poison needle on the end.
- Demonic Possession: Qliphah Puzzle is a possession specialist. For most of New Testament 20 she is actually inside Kaori Kanzaki.
- Emotion Control: Can influence the emotions of others, particularly their hostility.
- Empathic Shapeshifter: Downplayed. Qliphah Puzzle's trash dress is made of aged English newspapers with headlines that attack the insecurities of the person watching them, though technically the novel notes the text is driven directly into peoples minds instead of via their vision. For example, Aleister sees articles criticizing her like those that attacked him during his public life; while Accelerator sees articles about the dangers of cloning and Academy City's human experiments.
- The Hyena: Qliphah Puzzle is constantly laughing at everything around her.
- Humanoid Abomination: Qliphah Puzzle looks like a cross between a jellyfish and a human with wings and a hole in her forehead. Her body parts are also described as individually being beautifully alluring, but the overall proportions are imbalanced. She is even described by Aleister to possess a structure similar to yet different from humans.
- Living Weapon: Was created as this. Aleister notes her to have a much simpler structure than Coronzon or Aiwass and being more of a tool than a lifeform.
- People Puppets: Can control people by stabbing them with her tentacles.
Russian Orthodox Church
Krans R. Tsarskiy
The current patriarch and leader of the Russian Orthodox Church.
- Dude Looks Like a Lady: It is noted by others that he looks very effeminate.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: His Seven Deadly Sins spell works both ways and allows Touma to neutralize him by pinning him with every sin except lust.
- Older Than They Look: He's 15 and looks like a small child.
- Puppet King: During the World War III arc, he was imprisoned in his own palace and used as a figurehead. Vasilisa eventually rescued him.
- Seven Deadly Sins: Uses a spell based on the Seven Deadly Sins against Touma in NT 10. The spell robs the target of 1/7th of their strength for each sin the user accuses them of. Once all sins are pinned the target won't have enough strength to breathe or have a heartbeat. The spell can be neutralized by refuting the accusations of sin.
- Took a Level in Badass: Upon being rescued from imprisonment, he's taken back his role as leader of the Russian Orthodox Church and acted like a true professional. He signed the final document that officially ended World War III.
- Unwitting Pawn: He ended up helping start World War III when he signed his signature on a dummy document. His signature was then transferred to a declaration of war.
- Wise Beyond Their Years: In a meeting of the world leaders, he can keep up with the others.
- Young and in Charge: Again, he's 15.
An exorcist and operative of Annihilatus from the Russian Orthodox Church, Sasha's first appearance in the story was during the "Angel Fall" story arc, where she was possessed by the fallen Archangel Gabriel who was looking for the true culprit of Angel Fall.
- Badass Adorable: Supposedly, underneath all that bondage gear, she's actually quite cute... Supposedly...
- Blinding Bangs: Her bangs almost always cover her eyes.
- Chekhov's Gun: Archangel Gabriel reappears once again as Misha Kreutzev in Volume 21 after Fiamma summons it.
- Creepy Monotone: During the rare times she actually speaks.
- Drop the Hammer: Her usual weapon is a hammer that she's strong enough to smash through walls with.
- Exposed to the Elements: She wears her skimpy bondage outfit in the snow at Vasilisa's insistence, using magic to keep warm. If it were up to her, she would wear weather-appropriate clothing so she would not have to waste magic this way.
- Hard-Drinking Party Girl: Apparently, she loves Brandy and Vodka, and even drinks up during work when she isn't supposed to. At least, she has a very high tolerance.
- Inverse Law of Fertility: The leftover telesma in her body has caused her to become unable to bear children, which causes her quite a bit of angst. Not to mention that Vasilisa taunts her over it.
- MacGuffin Super Person: Fiamma of the Right is actively seeking her for the leftover telesma within her body so that he can summon an Archangel.
- Serrated Blade of Pain: In addition to her hammers, she carries a bunch of saws.
- Stripperiffic: Lampshaded in the side story volumes. To be fair, she doesn't dress this way by choice. You can blame Vasilisa for that one.
- The Stoic: Hardly ever speaks or shows emotions unless she has to.
- Verbal Tic: "My first question: How do I speak?" "My first answer: Like this."
The head of Annihilatus and Sasha Kreutzev's superior.
- Cosplay Otaku Girl: And often forces Sasha to join her in this.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Basically rolls over almost the entirety of the Russian Orthodox Church with almost no effort.
- Healing Factor: Thanks to drinking The Water of Life, she can heal from nearly any injury.
- Hollywood Acid: Her main weapon, The Water of Death, can reduce a person to bone with one splash.
- Immortality Inducer: She has The Water of Life, which grants its drinker eternal life.
- Made of Iron: Casually shrugs off getting hit over the head with a hammer.
- One-Man Army: Easily defeats squads of assassins.
- Playing with Fire: Can create fiery explosions based on how Baba Yaga gave her namesake Flaming Skulls that burned her evil step-relatives to death.
- Rule of Symbolism: She is based on the heroine of Vasilissa the Beautiful.
- Super Strength: She can easily overpower Sasha, who is strong enough to smash through walls.
- Vocal Dissonance: She sounds like a little girl when casting her magic.
- Wild Card: Her only priority is Sasha's safety, and she'll do anything to ensure it.
A member of Annihilatus.
- Deus Sex Machina: She's an expert in all kinds of sexual magic.
- Rule of Symbolism: She is based of the legend of the Skogsfru, a fairy that lived in the woods and would fall in love with humans, but their sex was so violent that the human partner would often be killed.
- Stripperific: She wears a binding outfit, but the outfit was made of lace and leather to maximize her sex appeal rather than being an effective means of binding someone.
A bishop of the Russian Orthodox Church.
Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn
Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers
A famous British magician and one of the three founders of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, the largest magic cabal in the United Kingdom and a world-renowned cabal. Mathers was also the man who recruited Aleister Crowley into the Golden Dawn and acted as one of his mentors, though their relationship ultimately turned sour.
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Black Cat Witch
Lady of the Masquerade Ball
A fraud who posed as Anna Sprengel, which Mathers believed for a time, before she brought ruins to the Golden Dawn and made off with crucial cabal documents.
A mysterious and alleged member of a German magic cabal who supposedly gave William Wynn Westcott, one of the founders of the Golden Dawn magic cabal, permission to start his own cabal in a series of letters. It is thought this Anna Sprengel never existed and that the letters were faked by Westcott to give legitimacy to his new magic cabal as he really wanted to claim his cabal to be a legitimate descendant of a Rosicrucian order, Rosicrucianism being an occult school combining Jewish Kabbalah, Hermetic Magic, Alchemy, and Christianity in its teachings, and the originator of many offshoot occult schools due to its popularity. It is later revealed that Anna actually exists, and was imprisoned in her own body for a century by Madame Horos.
- Always a Bigger Fish: To both Aleister and Aiwass, who were thought to be among the most powerful beings in the series up until that point.
- Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence: The beings Anna Sprengel could contact, the Secret Chiefs, were, according to the Golden Dawn, supreme cosmic entities similar to the Magic Gods that oversaw the mystic workings of the cosmos and gave permission for the founding of magic cabals. Anna herself, while not a Secret Chief, is also on a different level, someone who, according to Crowley, "crossed the Ungrund", that is, the Abyss Crowley tried and failed to cross.
- Does Not Like Shoes: Since Madame Horos' shoes no longer fit her new young body, she leaves them behind and walks around barefoot.
- Flower Motifs: Roses, as a Rosicrucian magician.
- Fountain of Youth: Her regained body regresses to the age of ten. The narration also mentions how Mathers believed the Secret Chiefs drank the Elixir of Life and so kept young physical bodies.
- Something About a Rose: Rose with ten petals was a central element of the Rosicrucian order, and so Anna wears roses on her clothes and hair.
- Symbol Motif Clothing: Roses and crosses are all over her clothing.
- Touched by Vorlons: As a point of contact between the Secret Chiefs and the world, Anna has received their "blessings", treating them like credit cards in her own words.
The first known patriarch of the Rosenthal family. His work in attempting to create golems from artificial souls branded him a heretic by rabbis and forced him to live in exile.
- The Exile: The rabbis call him a heretic because of his work in creating golems from corpses.
The fourth patriarch of the Rosenthal family. He continued the work of Obed by creating hybrid magic from Taoist magic combined with Kabbalah spells. His soul was placed in the Taowu onto the corpse of Hirumi.
The fifth patriarch in the Rosenthal family.
- "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Despite his achievements, Isaac doesn't hold him in high regard.
Debuting in A Certain Scientific Accelerator, she is a magician who sneaks into Academy City and seeks help from Accelerator. She's the current head of the Rosenthals.
- Bandage Babe: Her forearms are covered with bandages.
- Berserk Button: People who exploit others and desecrate the dead.
- Big Eater: Stuffs her face excessively.
- But Now I Must Go: She covertly leaves Academy City after Isaac was killed alongside Hirumi.
- Dishing Out Dirt: She can form armor out of dirt to augment her animated corpses.
- Establishing Character Moment: When she's being chased by DA, she passes by two dead dogs. She uses them to attack one of the DA agents, and attempts to continue running away. She later reveals to Accelerator that she's able to raise corpses.
- Fish out of Water: Is mystified by technology.
- Informed Judaism: The Rosenthals are clearly intended to be Jewish, but aside from working with golems and (generally mis)using some Hebrew terminology, very little identifies them as such. The "rabbis" in Obed's story look like Catholic priests, the golem refers to Esther as "Adonai" (which, while technically correct if it wants to call her "My Lord", is ridiculously heretical as it happens to be one of God's namesNote ), and what little she says that could be construed as religious talk is more like generic Western Mysticism babble than anything Jewish.
- Innocent Fanservice Girl: Does not care about being seen in her underwear by a boy. When Last Order tells her to cover herself up, she doesn't understand what the big deal is. She does however, cover up a naked girl with her cloak and asks her to not let herself be seen this way.
- In the Hood: Wears a hooded cloak while sneaking through the city.
- Knife Nut: Uses a dagger.
- My Greatest Failure: She unknowingly helped Hirumi when she used a Taowu charm on her corpse after she died. It, however, allowed Isaac to take control of it. And she was forced to help her or people will be killed and the charms will be used.
- Mysterious Waif: Not only is the mysterious DA Company pursuing her, but she carries a photo of Last Order and wants to know more about her.
- Necromancer: Her magical specialty. She can help spirits move on to the afterlife and see the memories of the dead. She can also animate corpses.
- Slipped the Ropes: She can escape very quickly from being bound by several belts.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Japanese does not distinguish between the "r" and "l" sound, causing confusion when translating names into English, and so Esther's name in Japanese is written as エステル, which when romanized would be "Esuteru". Since no English written version was available, translators had to guess which name the author originally meant, and they picked Estelle. However, due to recent evidence in the manga like all her ancestors having Biblical Jewish names, there were doubts if it shouldn't be Esther instead, and then her character page on the official website of the anime adaptation confirmed this suspicion.
Other Magic Side Characters
A strange little guy who almost became "Magic God" or "Majin". He effortlessly defeated Gunha simply to send a message to Aleister: Don't hurt the Gemstones. For reasons unknown, he is intent on protecting "Gemstone" Espers like Himegami, and ironically Gunha as well.
- All-Loving Hero: He first intervened to secure the Gemstones' safety. Then, in the aftermath of World War 3, he saved Fiamma after Aleister blasted him. He also doesn't really seem to like having chaining up child traffickers because, in his own words:Ollerus: Chaining those human traffickers up and making them do manual labor is no different than what they did. That isnt what I want.
- Badass Bookworm: Not a literal example. He has gained the knowledge of many grimoires by using the theory of Hliðskjálf to purify his lifeforce, transforming it into a special magical energy. This barely allows him to survive the process of taking a grimoire's knowledge within him.
- Beware the Nice Ones: He's a really great guy who doesn't even like punishing child traffickers and sacrifices potential godhood to save kittens, but he's also capable of wiping the floor with Sogiita Gunha and is one of the most powerful magicians alive.
- Big Damn Heroes: In New Testament Vol. 4, he arrives with Fiamma of the Right to save Touma from One-Eyed Othinus.
- In Volume 10 he appears in his newly depowered state to save Touma and Othinus from Silvia.
- Big Good: So far. But given his Wild Card status...
- Brought Down to Badass: The fairy spell casted upon him greatly weakened his power, to the point where he is now weaker than the average magician. It doesn't stop him from defeating Silvia and Brunhild in NT 10.
- Butt-Monkey: Is constantly on the receiving end of Silvia's abuse. Apart from a scream or two, or a spurt of genuine terror, he just takes it all in stride.
- Chronic Hero Syndrome: He can't ignore anybody in trouble, even a villain. This is in stark contrast to Silvia, who only helps people if it benefits her to do so. His attitude severely irritates her and she can't understand why he wants to help everybody.
- Cuteness Proximity: He failed to become a Majin only because he didn't want to get a nearby kitten hurt.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: He defeated Gunha, a badass Level 5, without even trying. Although he does take a moment to note if if Gunha actually mastered and knew how his power worked, the situation would have likely been reversed.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: The fairy spell he created and intended to use against Othinus works just as well against him too because he also stepped into the domain of a Magic God. When Othinus manages to take it, master it, and use it back on him, he becomes weaker than the average magician.
- Meaningful Name: The term Majin either means "God of Magic" or "Demon God". He is also named after a legendary figure in Norse Mythology called Ullr, which is romanized as Ollerus.
- His life is also similar to said mythological figure as depicted in the Gesta Danorum. He has a spell known as Hliðskjálf, AKA the Throne of Odin, much like how the mythological Ollerus temporarily took Odin's throne. And when he lost his chance for title of Majin, it was given to One-Eyed Othinus, much like how Odin—Othinus in Latin—reclaimed his throne.
- Mysterious Watcher: He's been watching Touma's entire fight against Fiamma and Gabriel, and in the end saves Fiamma's life. He has also expressed interest in Aleister's Aeon of Horus.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: If you're a bad guy, oh yes.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: In New Testament Vol. 8, he and Fiamma tried to turn Othinus into a fairy because it would power her down from being a god, only for the attempt to rid Othinus of her 50/50 restriction and make her a perfect magic god.
- Reality Warper: His power is said to be utterly impossible to explain, but summing it up this way comes closest.
- Torches and Pitchforks: About the entire Magic side is hunting him down because they seek his power, which is close to being a "Majin". They all fail.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: At the end of New Testament Vol 6, he infiltrates GREMLIN by transforming into Thor and taking his place.
- Wild Card: He only cares about doing good. He's on nobody's side but his own.
One of the 20 Saints in the world, she is acquainted with Kanzaki Kaori and Knight Leader. She went away from England to hone her maid skills and in her travels met Ollerus. She calls him an idiot, but an idiot that needs to be cared for.
- Barrier Warrior: She can create walls of Telesma that can deflect even Thor's attacks. She can also make minor shapes with them like hands.
- Born Winner: As a Saint.
- Bystander Syndrome: Her usual policy. If an event doesn't directly concern her, she doesn't care about it. She's really irritated about Ollerus helping people and dragging her into it.
- Destructive Saviour: She got in trouble numerous times at Buckingham Palace for accidentally causing enormous damage to the palace while taking out assassins.Thor: Y-You idiot!!Silvia: I was called that a lot at Buckingham Palace too.
- Friendly Enemy: Justified because of her Bystander Syndrome. Since she usually justs gets dragged into things, she doesn't take her battles seriously and is quite friendly with her opponent. That said, she's also a Saint and could utterly curb stomp most people into the ground in an instant if she so desired anyways.
- The Gadfly: Constantly tries to rile up Leivinia about Touma.
- Lightning Bruiser: She's a Saint, meaning she can move fast enough to break the sound barrier. She's also ridiculously strong, but her fighting style is designed to supress her own strength. Thor mentions he could not risk even blocking one of her punches otherwise the limb would explode.
- Meido: The Head Maid of the British Royal family no less. She hands down the divine right to rule from God to them. She doesn't seem to be coming back any time soon, though.
- Power Limiter: She created her current fighting style to allow her to fight and yet still suppress enough of her power so she wouldn't inadvertently destroy everything around her.
- Revenge Before Reason: If anybody hurts Ollerus, she will make them suffer and then kill them, end of discussion. She doesn't even care if Ollerus forgives them. Brunhild has to tell her multiple times to just hurry up and kill Othinus when they finally catch up to Touma and her, but she refuses to stop beating on Touma and even stops Brunhild from killing Othinus herself because she wants Othinus to watch her beat and kill Touma first.
- Tsundere: Type A for Ollerus. She has been repeatedly been called to return to England, but didn't. Her reason is apparently so ridiculous to be put in words...
- A Fanon theory is that the supposed cat Ollerus saved instead of becoming a Magic God is actually her. She was the one who told the story, so it's possible she did that edit to maintain her pride.
- Whip It Good: Wields a whip. Often whips Ollerus when he annoys her.
- Wild Card: She seems to not care about her duty with the British Royals, follows Ollerus, and is a Saint.
- Yandere: Explicitly called one by the author as she beats Touma within an inch of his life for defending Othinus, as Revenge by Proxy for Othinus weakening Ollerus.
The Maiden of Versailles
The twin sister of Elizalina, and the enigmatic woman ruling France behind the scenes. She is apparently one of the most powerful magicians in Europe, but has been put on house arrest and stripped of all political influence by the French government.
- Action Girl: In contrast to Elizalina, who is a White Magician Girl.
- Enemy Mine: Teams up with Carissa against Archangel Gabriel.
- Foil: To her sister, Elizalina. Both of them lead nations, one of them manipulating people behind the scenes and the other helping nations prosper. One of them is skilled with warfare, while the other is an intelligent woman who helped her nation become independent and prosperous. Finally, one of them is a highly skilled magician, while the other is merely average in skill.
- I Am Not Left-Handed: Was originally supposed to be unable to leave the palace of Versailles because she had been altered so that she could only survive the environment at the palace (a condition that was meant to be a check on her power by France's government), which leads to a momentary Oh, Crap! when she shows up on the battlefield in person.
- Public Domain Artifact: Durandal, a sword said to have been forged from a shard of the Spear Of Longinus.
An Egyptian Priestess who seeks the Book of the Dead from Index's mind.
- The Beastmaster: With Bastet's magic, she can control any cat and see and hear through them.
- Blood Magic: She cuts herself to activate Sekhmet's magic.
- Cat Girl: Invokes this with her outfit, which makes it look like she has cat ears and a tail. She has cat-like eyes as well.
- Does Not Like Shoes: She enters Academy City and attacks Index while barefoot.
- HeelFace Turn: Index uses the Book of the Dead to communicate her idol's true feelings. Her idol encouraged her to become a beacon of peace and hope. Leep tearfully agrees.
- Rule of Symbolism: Her cat-themed magic is based on both Bastet the Goddess of Cats and Sekhmet the Goddess of Lions.
- Super Speed: When using Sekhmet's magic.
- Super Strength: When using Sekhmet's magic.
- Vapor Wear: Index mentions that her pink dress is see-through and she can see everything.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Everything she did was an effort to make sure her deceased idol, a Priestess of Sekhmet, did not die forgotten.
- Wolverine Claws: With Sekhmet's magic, she can transform her hand into a massive lion's paw with really long claws.