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    X-Class Akudama 

Ainosuke "Adam" Shindo


The culprit of Week 2.
  • Born in the Wrong Century: Only in his case, it's more a matter of being born in the wrong place. In another life he might have found what he was looking for with Zenos.
  • Love Hungry: Is there anything a man wouldn't do to be understood? To find his One True Love?

Akira Fudou


The victim of Week 2.



Alive... for now.

Cangrande "Juliet" Vicenza


Died during Week 2.

Damian Wayne


Alive... for now.
  • A Boy and His X: A boy and his twenty feet tall mythical dragon bat, in this case. It can make stealth a bit hard.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: Short? Check. Abrasive? Check. Convinced he's the greatest detective and fighter in the world? ...Check?
  • Broken Pedestal: How he talks about Ra's Al Ghul, and at some points seems to show shades of this toward Batman himself.
  • Kid Detective: Being apprenticed to Batman has it's perks. So does all the fancy tools that he has at his disposal for this exact purpose.
  • Kid Hero: He's been Robin since he was nine.
  • Unscrupulous Hero: At least that's what he was before arriving.
  • It's All My Fault: How he feels about Akira and Naoya's deaths. He irrationally believes that anyone who gets close to him will inevitably meet a horrible fate.

Debbie Brody


A victim of Week 1.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: She seems sociable and friendly, but went ahead and killed Marcille and tried to cover up the evidence. Loremaster tried to talk to her, but she insisted on attacking her.
  • Robot Master: Was gifted a couple of drones upon her arrival that respond to her voice commands.
  • Enfant Terrible: She seems like a perfectly sweet little girl. In fact, she's exactly the serial killer that the billboards paint her as.

Diluc Ragnvindr


The culprit of Week 3.

Flowey the Flower


Alive... for now.
  • Allergic to Routine: He's done everything possible in the Underground, which is why being in a new world excites and interests him.
  • Boring Insult: When Rideaux suggested he ingest weed killer, Flowey called the insult boring and that he heard it used multiple times.
  • Broken Ace: Flowey sees himself as this, with master knowledge of a wide variety of subjects, but unable to feel compassion or emotion.
  • Culture Clash: He's been given some bizarre looks by other people when he describes how monster culture works.
  • Hypocrite: Frequently mocks and berates others for their past crimes despite him basically doing the same thing.
  • Insistent Terminology: He insists on being called Flowey, saying he chose that name.
  • Reluctant Psycho: Flowey truly believes he is this with him believing he can't control when he kills.
  • RPG-Mechanics Verse: Flowey hails from one, complete with dialog options, a shop menu, and battle mechanics, and the fact that almost everyone else doesn't trips him up.
  • Soul Jar: Flowey's billboard emphasizes this point, as he's described as Vessel. He's yet to absorb a single soul, though.

Mononobe no Futo


Alive... for now.

Gai Tsutsugami


Alive... for now.

Jake Conway


Alive... for now.

Julius Will Kresnik


Alive... for now.

Kaguya Kimimaro


The victim of Week 3.



The culprit of Week 1.



Alive... for now.

Marcille Donato


A victim of Week 1.

Naoya Homura


Alive... for now.

Rachel Gardner


Alive... for now.
  • Empty Eyes: It may be in part due to her damaged soul.



Alive... for now.

Rideaux Zek Rugievit


Alive... for now.
  • Multicolored Hair: Black with blonde streaks that turn red in his chromatus form.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Julius's blue.
  • Super Mode: His chromatus transformation, used during a trial to refute Damian's argument that he wouldn't have been able to take on Kimimaro at full power.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Had no problem pinning a 15 year old down under his foot to make a point.

Satsuki Yumizuka


Alive... for now.
  • Butt-Monkey: Seems to get into this during trials, having to smell a very foul-smelling Ragetti and get hit by a lamppost by Zenos.



Alive... for now.
  • Cold Ham: After the first trial.
    Sephiroth: And to the so-called leaders of this city, I declare your days are numbered.



Alive... for now.
  • It's All About Me: Has this attitude, particularly in the first trial, where he demanded some popcorn.
  • Now What?: After a harrowing two weeks, he finally got his popcorn. Is this ever going to come up again?

Zenos yae Galvus


Alive... for now.
  • Evil Is Hammy: Prone to grandiose, overexcited villain speeches, including one over text (complete with multiple typos).
  • Lonely at the Top: All he seems to want is a good rival.

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