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Characters from the iOS Eastern RPG Chaos Rings II.



Voiced by: Yuuichi Nakamura

A young man who is the current Nominator. He is the childhood friend of both Orlando and Marie, and was a junior member of the Ornian Guard, a group of mercenaries. He was originally intended to be the first Pillar, but he ends up killing Orlando while under something else's control and becoming the Nominator, instead.



The Pillars


Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita

The childhood friend of Darwin, and Marie's older brother. He was a lieutenant in the Ornian Guard. He was originally chosen as the Nominator, but an "oversight" led to him being killed as a Pillar, instead, leaving Darwin as the Nominator.



Voiced by: Haruka Tomatsu

Orlando's half sister and Darwin's close friend. She is distraught after seeing Darwin kill her brother.

Li Hua

Voiced by: Romi Park

A young woman whose past has ties with Orlando's. She seems friendly with Conor.


Voiced by: Hiroki Yasumoto

A gruff man who was bent on killing Orlando.


Voiced by: Miyuki Sawashiro

A boy from a noble family who both Orlando and Darwin served as bodyguards for.

  • Last Request: He asks Darwin to tell his parents how much he loves them and how happy he was to be their son.
  • Stepford Smiler: After the first pillar is sacrificed, he puts up an unconvincing act that everything is fine.
  • White Magician Boy: His Awakenings are healing or buffing in nature, he uses a bow, and he's a coward.

The Four Horseman

Four antagonists that serve Neron. They are collecting and destroying the Sopia cores. Later, it is shown that they actually serve Amon.



Voiced by: Minori Chihara

An enigmatic young woman who is charged with helping the Nominator.

  • Artificial Human: She was created by the Creator for this role.
  • Big Eater: Some sidequests involve getting her 10 of a specific healing item, which are always food. She eats them immediately.
  • Dangerously Short Skirt
  • Elegant Gothic Lolita: There are definitely elements of this in her design.
  • Emotionless Girl
  • Ethreal White Dress: Lessica's dress, hair, and even weapons are all white, befitting her otherwordly status as an Artificial Human with mysterious goals.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: She sacrifices herself to become an Ophan, so that the party has a chance of defeating Amon. Although she comes back after Amon is defeated, she still dies, because all of Amon's creations die when he does. She knew this was her fate from the moment she decided to rebel, and accepted it.
  • Humanity Is Infectious: Her interactions with all of the Nominators and Pillars over the years have made her more human, seeing value in life and a desire for freedom. It is this that leads her to rebel against the Creator, even though she knows it will mean her death.
    Bachs: If you lie down with dogs, you'll come up with fleas.
  • Lady of War/Lady of Black Magic: She's a bit of a Jack-of-All-Stats, making her a little of both.
  • Morph Weapon
  • Ouroboros: Her initial weapon is called Ouroboros Rings.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: When Lessica's eyes change from grey to red, watch out. She's all out of bubblegum.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Her costume is reminiscent of it, but the opaque thigh-high stockings have sheer grey stockings underneath, making it subtler.

Bachs/ Amon

Voiced by: Yosuke Akimoto

The man who runs the Rite. He's actually Amon, called the Creator.

  • Big Bad
  • Cain and Abel: With Neron. They were locked in combat for who knows how many aeons. When Amon finally defeated him, he realized he would cease to exist without Neron's belief. So he locked his counterpart up for all eternity and substituted humanity's belief for his brother's, using his brother as a scapegoat for his own evil acts to obtain it.
  • Dramatic Wind: Constantly.
  • Eldritch Abomination
  • Faux Affably Evil: Every "nice" act, like allowing Li Hua a private word with Darwin or showing Conor his parents, is all a calculated ploy to give the story told by the Nominator more emotional impact later, and thus gain more faith.
  • Gods Need Prayer Badly: To the point that he will cease to exist if people stop believing in him.
  • God Is Evil: Every time people stop believing in him enough, he causes a planet-wide apocalypse and forces a Nominator to kill five people, many of whom are family and friends, all to make the rest of humanity worship him again.
  • Good Wings, Evil Wings: Good wings in all his forms other than Bachs.
  • Light Is Not Good: About as far from good as it's possible to get, actually.
  • Load-Bearing Boss
  • Manipulative Bastard: So very much. He deliberately chooses people who will create more drama as the Nominator and Pillars, in order to make a better story. Then he shamelessly manipulates them into sacrificing themselves for what they believe is a good cause.
  • Meaningful Name: Amon is the name of a god in the ancient Egyptian pantheon. In the original Japanese version, his name is Amen, which is a concluding word for prayer used by Christians.
  • One-Winged Angel: First a Hopeless Boss Fight against "Bachs", then a fight against an Amon-possessed Ophan, then that Ophan warped and holding Lessica captive, and finally against the angelic-looking Amon himself.
  • Seemingly Hopeless Boss Fight: In the first fight with Bachs, you can't even deal a single point of damage to him until Lessica sacrifices herself to become an Ophan, binding him to the physical realm and allowing him to be killed.
  • True Final Boss
  • Walking Spoiler


A angelic looking creature that serves Bachs.


A small, eccentric, and extremely perverted cat-like creature who runs the store.

Neron, The Destroyer

A being bent on destroying the world. Sealed away in the planet's core, and must be periodically resealed with the Rite of Sealing. Except that's all a lie.


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