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This page covers the natives of the Ikusa country. This country and its people represent the Sengoku Period.


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    Mori Ranmaru 
    Oda Nobunaga 

Voiced by: Kazuya Nakai

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Rarity: Very High (all forms)
Element: Fire (Base), Dark (Waga Kimi no Mei Naraba and Mina yo Koi-koi Rakuichi Rakuza), Wind (Utsukemono to Kabukimono), Water (Kachōfūgetsu no Utage and Tenka Irodoru Shibai Ichiza), Light (Fūka naru Sakura no Yaiba)
Leader of the Oda faction, a powerful and fearless warlord who more often than not acts like a jerk towards his subordinates, but very much cares for them, especially Ranmaru.
    Akechi Mitsuhide 

Voiced by: Kazuyuki Okitsu

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Rarity: High (Base – Miko to no Deai and Saijin-meguru Shisatsuki), Very High (the rest)
Element: Dark (Base), Fire (Waga Kimi no Mei Naraba), Light (Fukaki Ai wa Chō ga Chiru Made), Water (Zangetsu no Himegoto), Wind (Saijin-meguru Shisatsuki and Tenka Irodoru Shibai Ichiza)
Nobunaga's loyal subordinate and member of the Oda army, a mysterious and unpredictable man who can show a violent side. Not only that, he also has horrible tastebuds, and along with that, horrible cooking skills.
  • Akechi Mitsuhide: This version of him seems to be different in that he's actually loyal to Nobunaga. Hell, his backstory is inverted from the historical Mitsuhide's – here, he was Nobunaga's enemy before he is his subordinate.
  • Bandaged Babe: He has bandages over his left eye and around his neck, or in the case of the base Yang form, around his ankles.
  • Bizarre Taste in Food: His tastebuds are so bad it makes him a renowned Lethal Chef.
  • Cold-Blooded Torture: He catches an intruder, stabs him in the legs so he won't run away, and comes back grinning ear to ear.
  • Combat Sadomasochist: Not only does he enjoy being as violent as possible, the way he grins when the team is low on HP suggests he also enjoys being on the receiving end of violence.
  • Dissonant Serenity: Even when dealing out Cold-Blooded Torture to an intruder, no less.
  • Distressed Dude: For most of Waga Kimi. He and Hanbē are captured by enemies, prompting Nobunaga, Kanbē along with the heroine (the original storyline) or without her (the redux storyline) to rescue them.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Mushrooms.
  • Elegant Gothic Lolita: His Yin Fukaki Ai form and it's as lavishly gorgeous as it is horrifying.
  • Eyepatch of Power: His bandages act as this, even though his Yang Zangetsu form reveals that his bandaged eye is perfectly fine.
  • I Have You Now, My Pretty: In his Yin route, he imprisons the heroine, declaring she belongs to Nobunaga and him only and that she should only use her powers to help Nobunaga. Throughout the entire thing, he dresses her in lavish clothing and makes sexual gestures towards her.
  • In the Hood: His Fukaki Ai form.
  • Keigo: He speaks in polite language at all times and to everyone, which just makes him even creepier.
  • Lethal Chef: He's a terrible cook thanks to his sense of taste, a fact others don't even bother trying to hide. Ranmaru more than once criticizes his cooking skills to his face.
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy
  • Mr. Fanservice: Not that the rest of the cast fare any better, but he deserves a special mention for always being stuck in outfits that are either Kimono Fanservice or fetish gear.
  • Mystical White Hair: He may be completely human, but his long white hair adds to his mysterious image.
  • One-Note Cook: He sucks at cooking anything aside from sweets.
    Ranmaru: As usual, he's only good when it comes to sweets.
    Mitsuhide: What do you mean I'm "only" good at making sweets? How rude.
    Ranmaru: Isn't it obvious? Your other dishes leave a lot of room for improvement!
  • Sadist: In contrast with Hanbē, he has no qualms suggesting ideas such as setting a mountain on fire and causing people to be burned in the process. Later, when he catches an intruder trying to infiltrate Nobunaga's castle, he brutally stabs his legs while still not losing his composure.
    Mitsuhide: In order to serve Lord Nobunaga, you have to be mighty bloodthirsty.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Chimaki, a Japanese pastry made of glutinous rice flour or arrowroot starch wrapped in bamboo leaf.
  • Undying Loyalty: In all seriousness, his loyalty to Nobunaga is only rivaled by that of Ranmaru's.
  • Unexplained Accent: He speaks in a strange dialect that is neither explained in any of his profiles (unlike Michinaga's, which is explicitly stated to be what makes him unique) nor found in any other characters in the same country.
  • Western Zodiac: Pisces (March 10) and is very much mysterious.
    Takenaka Hanbē 

Voiced by: Yuusuke Kobayashi

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Rarity: Very High (Hakugin no Tsuisō), High (the rest)
Element: Light (Base), Wind (Iza Ikan! Kabocha no Sekku), Water (Waga Kimi no Mei Naraba and Hakugin no Tsuisō), Fire (Amanogawa ni Negai o), Dark (Gunshi no Kyōji ~Sugitaru Chūshin~)
An Oda army soldier, an intelligent military adviser who strongly dislikes fighting and will always find the most peaceful solution to deal with enemies. He wishes to end all wars and bring peace to Ikusa, but he is aware of the irony that war is needed to stop war. He is also a skilled astrologer.
    Ishida Mitsunari 

Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita

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Rarity: High (Base – Miko to no Deai, Utsukemono to Kabukimono and Gunshi no Kyōji ~Sugitaru Chūshin~), Very High (the rest)
Element: Wind (Base and Kagayakeru Bunbu no Michi), Dark (Utsukemono to Kabukimono), Fire (Koi-iro no Okaeshi and Gunshi no Kyōji ~Sugitaru Chūshin~), Water (Waga Kimi no Mei Naraba Redux), Light (Sōdatsu! Koi no Gozenshiai)
Another member of the Oda army, highly capable and diligent man who always tries to fulfill whatever request he is given. However, he is also short-tempered and tends to make enemies.
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    Date Masamune 

Voiced by: Takuma Terashima

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Rarity: Medium (Base – Miko to no Deai), High (Aki Iro o Sagashite), Very High (the rest)
Element: Water (Base and Hyakumonogatari ga Owaru Toki), Fire (Koi Kizamu Ryōri-biyori), Dark (Renka wa Oni o Haraite), Light (Amakeburi shi Dokuganryū and Aki Iro o Sagashite)
Leader of the Date army, a free-spirited man whose rebelliousness makes him the death of his retainers. He is very passionate about cooking and is a Supreme Chef.
  • Artistic License – History: The Ikusa arc starts off with his facing off against Nobunaga and his men, though historically Nobunaga and Masamune likely never met, seeing as the latter was only 15 years old at the time of the Honnō-ji incident.
  • Benevolent Boss: In his Yin route, he forgives one of his underlings for selling his army's confidential information to the enemy because said underling is dirt poor and he considers his subordinates his family. This makes him the opposite of Nobunaga.
  • Curtains Match the Window: His hair as well as his good eye are blue.
  • Date Masamune
  • Does Not Like Spam: Pumpkin.
  • Eyepatch of Power: This is Date Masamune, so it's very much expected.
  • Real Men Cook/Supreme Chef: In line with his historical counterpart. Cooking is his biggest passion, he constantly talks about cooking in battle and he's said to have written his own cookbooks. The awesome, Food Porn-worthy still image of his preparing a dish has to be seen to be believed.
  • Rebellious Spirit: He often runs off to do things on his own, giving his subordinates a hard time.
  • So Much for Stealth: He spends 60% of his route secretly following someone only to be discovered by the heroine every time.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Chicken nabe.
  • Western Zodiac: Virgo (September 5).
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Literally blue hair.
    Saika Magoichi 
    Ikkyū-sōjun 

Voiced by: Kengo Takanashi

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  • In the Hood: In nearly all of his forms.
  • Sexy Priest: He is established to be a monk, but is portrayed as attractive and a viable love interest.
    Sen no Rikyū 

Voiced by: Shūgo Nakamura

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    Kuroda Kanbē 

Voiced by: Kenji Nojima

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Rarity: High (Base – Miko to no Deai, Waga Kimi no Mei Naraba and Kugutsu-naru Koibito), Very High (the rest)
Element: Water (Base and Hananoen no Koi ya, Akayoroshi), Light (Waga Kimi no Mei Naraba and Gunshi no Kyōji ~Sugitaru Chūshin~), Fire (Hakugin no Tsuisō), Dark (Kugutsu-naru Koibito and Sōdatsu! Koi no Gozenshiai), Wind (Urameshiya Koi no Ayashibi)
Oda army member. A serious man who seems cold, quiet and distant, but is deep down nice and caring and doesn't pay too much attention to what others think of him. He believes in a "different deity" than the three great gods.
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    Maeda Keiji 

Voiced by: Ryohei Kimura

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  • Badass Preacher: He isn't a thinly-veiled Christian like Kanbē, but he dresses like a pope in his Yin Okurimono form.
  • Megane: Default Okurimono form.
    Shima Sakon 

Voiced by: Wataru Hatano

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Rarity: Very High
Element: Wind
A brave and tough warrior who works as an adviser to Mitsunari. However, for all his said bravery and toughness, he is also quite emotional.
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