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A mysterious woman who hosts the death match through the [Superhuman Game]. She personally selects the players herself and grants them whatever wishes and desires they have deep within their hearts exchange of winning her game.

  • Barbie Doll Anatomy: FEE has no visible genitalia despite being mostly naked.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Her eyes are violet colored just like her hair.
  • Game Master: She sets up the matchmaking and field rules of her [Superhuman Game] for the selected players and rewards the victorious survivor of her death match.
  • Ms. Fanservice: FEE being perpetually naked and being the series mascot girl of chapter covers certain fits.
  • In-Series Nickname: She is referred by the players as the "Mysterious Violet-Haired Woman" and other variations.
  • Intimate Healing: FEE suckled and licked Tomobiki's bleeding finger to draw away the pain.
  • It Amused Me: Her primary M.O. as to why she created the [Superhuman Game] in the first place.
  • Meaningful Name: "Fee" in French and German means "Fairy", describing the character being of human form that has magical powers, especially a female one.
  • Super Empowering: Every Esper in the story gains powers from FEE.
  • Superpower Lottery: Let's see, she's indestructible, she can grant ordinary people powers, fly, phase through walls, and she can stop space-time in a bubble so far as the series demonstrated.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: FEE taunts Tomobiki for his failed attempts at using telekinesis on a baseball.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: FEE has often been described as the "Mysterious Violet-haired Woman" or other variations from time to time.

Winners of FEE's games
From left to right: Aisha Hario, Ye Hao Yue, Robert Johnston, Sasamura Koichi, Hiiragi Koharu, Tomobiki Rinji, Kimon Michiru

     What brings them together: 

  • Avengers, Assemble!: They are a team gathered together by FEE on the common premise that they survived the [Superhuman Game]
  • The Call Knows Where You Live:
  • Cosmic Plaything: Majority of the chosen ones are not pleased to hear that the reason why they're gathered together is because FEE thought it's fun to pit them against the Seven Warriors of MATE, which leads to...
  • Screw This, I'm Out of Here!: With the exception of Ye Hao Yue, everybody else wants no part of the game that toyed with their lives.
  • The Team: They are in this together as a team, whether they like it or not.

     Tomobiki Rinji (友引 凛治) 

The main character of the story. He is a frustrated young man down on his luck in terms of luck, career, and romance. Everything changed when his high school friends suggested him to check out the [Superhuman Game]. As a result of forming a contract with FEE, he obtained telekinesis for his latent super power. As the first winner of the [Superhuman Game], he follows FEE's directive in gathering the other winners.

  • Broken Pedestal: He's shocked and disappointed to find out that he and the rest of the winners are only gathered together for the sole purpose of entertaining FEE and MATE in the newest game.
  • Eye Scream: His right eye got gouged from the fight against Baron Saijou.
  • Hard Work Hardly Works: According to FEE, this is how Tomobiki justifies his action in not enrolling in college, finding a full-time job, or confessing to the girl he likes.
  • How We Got Here: Chapter 1 narrates Tomobiki's POV on how he got thrusted into the world of the [Superhuman Game].
  • Insistent Terminology: He defends himself to his friends by calling himself a "Freeter" (somebody who takes part-time jobs in hopes of gaining full time employment) instead of being a NEET.
  • Loser Protagonist: Tomobiki can't seem to have anything his way, whether it be gambling at Pachinko stores, finding a better job, or having a girlfriend. Not only does his parents seem to ignore his presence, his little sister pester him about her friends making fun of her brother adds insult to injury.
  • Mind over Matter: Tomobiki gains telekinesis as a result of participating in the [Superhuman Game].
  • Neck Snap: Tomobiki manages to kill Baron Saijou with his last ditch effort of telekinesis; he used his blown-off left hand to strangle Baron.
  • NEET: Discussed. His friends accuse him for being one just because he doesn't have a full time job, whereas Rinji instead states that he does have a part time job.
  • Rain of Blood: Tomobiki manages to weaponize his blood by shaping his blood drops into pin needles, thereby piercing through his opponent.
  • Swiss-Army Superpower: FEE mentioned that how Rinji uses his telekinesis is up to his imagination rather than the raw power itself. Rinji took her advice by finding smaller mass items to control (i.e. shooting pebbles like a shotgun, lifting up sand as smokescreen etc.)
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Tomobiki's hair color changed after winning the death match and being washed ashore.

     Sasamura Kouichi (佐々村 光一) 
A three-time reigning champion of All-Japan in swordfighting. The death of his wife and daughter has driven him on a quest for vengeance by honing his skill of his sword. He will stop at nothing to personally cut down the murderer responsible for his tragedy. He is the second winner of the [Superhuman Game] after avenging his dead wife and daughter.
  • Beard of Sorrow: As revealed in a flashback, the death of his wife and daughter significantly spirals him down to grief and anger.
  • Clean Cut: Sasamura's sword style is dedicated to the [Void] technique in order to cut his opponent down.
  • Cool Sword: Sasamura wields his katana to hone his [Void] sword style.
  • Diagonal Cut: Sasamura attempted to kill Kaminashi this way, only to fail due to the sword being phased through.
  • Draw Sword, Draw Blood: Sasamura makes it clear that he wields his blade for the sake of cutting down the criminal that murdered his wife and daughter.
  • Eye Scream: His left eye got stabbed by Kaminashi's kitchen knife when he got ambushed.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Sasamura states that he will avenge his dead wife and daughter no matter what.
  • Scary Shiny Glasses: He has these as part of his introduction to the story.
  • Tragic Keepsake: He kept a picture of his wife and daughter with him all this time.

     Kimon Michiru (鬼門 美千留) 
An amateur magician whose show business is failing in an amusement park. In the quest to become the world's number one magician, she adopts the moniker "Fancy Micchi" in hopes of reuniting with a boy who inspired her dreams and hope. With her metal bending power, she can now perform her unique magic that no one else can copy. She soon became the third winner of the [Superhuman Game].
  • An Arm and a Leg: Downplayed. She may be had her left arm and right thigh chomped by the dogs, but she didn't completely lose her limbs.
    • Played straight in her fight with Darwin. She actually loses her hands and her legs to him. Though she was able to recreate temporary limbs, it was still a permanent loss of her former limbs.
  • Apologetic Attacker: She feels the need to say sorry to Dr. Hell and his dogs after killing him in order to survive.
  • Determinator: Michiru will do whatever it takes to make her dream come true, no matter how battered she may be physically or emotionally.
  • Extra Oredinary: She can bend metal into any shape she wants as long as she touches it.
  • Glass Cannon: She can hurl and swing metal objects with the blunt force of a truck, but she won't be able to take a hit well.
  • Loners Are Freaks: According to Michiru, she used to be the kid who was constantly picked on to the point where she eats breakfast in the washroom stalls.

     Ye Hao Yue (葉皓月) 
A 16 year old kung fu master who inherited the secret "Meiyouken" Kenpo technique of his clan. Not wishing to be confined in his isolated hometown at Yunnan, he desires to test the merits of his killer fist techniques in the outside world. Although he slaughtered any assassins going after his life, he grew tired of being on the run for a year and ended up in Hong Kong. That's when FEE shows up and invites Ye to her game. He became the fourth winner of [Superhuman Game] at the cost of his youth.

  • Dangerous Forbidden Technique: His Howling Dragon Wave comes from collecting a colossal amount of Qi and concentrating it into an energy blast. Unfortunately, doing so damaged his DNA and resulted Ye losing his youth.
  • Expy: His fighting style resembles Kenshiro from Fist of the North Star with a side of Ryuu's Hadouken.
  • Fantastic Fighting Style: His clan's secret martial art style "Meiyouken" strengthens the practitioner to the point where they can shatter boulders with their own fists. According to Ye, "Meiyouken" channels the mysterious Dragon Pulse that originates from All-Creation.
  • Finger Poke of Doom: His mastery of the "Meiyouken" can obliterate anything he strikes, as demonstrated by his technique "Wilting Leaf".
  • I Was Quite the Looker: As a 16 year old, his opponent Hitsugi complimented him for being such a handsome young man that the mad doctor wants Ye to become a part of his Bishounen collection.
  • Kamehame Hadoken: His "Howling Dragon Wave" fires off a Qi blast by collecting colossal amount of the Dragon Pulse from the Earth itself.
  • Made of Explodium: According to Ye's secret teachings, he can channel the mysterious Dragon Pulse into his body and make all creation explode.
  • Power Fist: Meiyouken is a killer fist technique that allows its user to shatter anything like boulders.
  • Old Master: His youth may be gone, but that doesn't mean he's just a decrepit geezer.
  • Secret Art: Nobody outside of the Ye clan knows how "Meiyouken" works, let alone being aware of its existence.
  • Teen Genius: At the age of 15, Ye can control his Qi flow as easily as breathing.

     Aisha Hario (アーシャ 針生) 
A former ace of the Algerian Secret Special Services who married and divorced a Japanese engineer. The Japanese government hired her to go on a secret mission. In return, she is compensated with 300 million yen plus her 10-year old son Eli will receive medical treatment for his terminal illness. Reluctantly, Aisha goes on another mission as [Wire Girl]. By becoming the fifth winner of the [Superhuman Game], she narrowly escaped death.
  • 10-Minute Retirement: She's coerced by the government into a mission to capture Fire Girl using her acrobatics and her wire skills.
  • Action Girl: She's the ace of the Algerian Special Secret Services after all.
  • But Not Too Foreign: Her son Eli is half Japanese and half Algerian. Her surname is adopted from her marriage with an unknown Japanese engineer.
  • Child Soldier: At the age of 7, she was recruited by her government's secret service agency to kill her targets using wires.
  • Mama Bear: She will do whatever it takes to cure her son from a terminal disease, even if it means going back on her special force duties.
  • Silk Hiding Steel: Her skills with the wires aren't rusty despite being retired as a mother.
  • Single Mom Stripper: She works at a Roppongi strip club called [Sixx Heaven] after a divorce with her Japanese husband.
  • Spy Catsuit: She gears up in one for her secret mission in capturing Kasai Yuri.

     Robert Johnston (ロバート ジョンストン) 
An aspiring African American blues musician from the Mississippi Riverside uses the power of his music to mesmerize the crowd. Unfortunately, whoever listened to his Devil Guitar is subjected to Body Horror and various nightmares that comes with the melodies. It is through redemption that he became the sixth winner of the [Superhuman Game].
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: Robert's musical skill does indeed captivate his audience, but his resentment from his life's unfairness corrupted the Devil's Guitar and driven his audience into insanity or death.
  • Blues: His choice in genre is the reason why his codename is [Blues Man]]
  • Despair Event Horizon: He couldn't find any record companies or audiences to listen to his music, and one particular manager from a record company criticizes Robert's guitar skills not being profitable for the music industry. This leads to Robert drowning his sorrow through drugs and alcohol until he decided to pick up the Devil's Guitar on the crossroad.
  • Expy: Interestingly enough, he's based off on a real life Blues musician Robert Johnson from the 20th century. There's also a legend about him, which says that he used to be a terrible guitarist and he somehow got better overnight, because he made a Deal with the Devil, meeting him At the Crossroads.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: His music determines whichever mood his hapless victims experiences.
  • Instrument of Murder: His Devil Guitar is responsible for killing hundreds of people in a village.
  • Parental Abandonment: His father is in prison and his mother is gone, leaving only his grandpa to raise him while he's growing up.
  • Shout-Out: His backstory on how he acquired the Devil's Guitar is just like how 1930's Blues musician Robert Johnson did on the crossroad (albeit the real life counterpart is merely an urban legend).
  • Squishy Wizard: If anybody can overcome Robert's frightening music, he can't take a hit very well.
  • Token Black: The only African-American Esper among the Japanese.
  • Your Mind Makes It Real: Anybody that listened to his tunes will feel the pain and agony they received in his hallucinatory illusion world.
  • You Are Better Than You Think You Are: Thanks to the High Priest giving him a Patrick Stewart Speech about enlightenment through music, Robert renews his confidence in his guitar skills by singing out his grandfather's melody at the end of his battle.

     Hiiragi Koharu (柊 心春) 
A shy and reclusive high school girl in her first year with the power of Regeneration. Since the age of 7, she survived a fatal truck accident without a scratch due to a mysterious sparking violet light and sounds. As a way to cope with her traumatic past, she fantasizes herself as a magical heroine who has everything she ever desired. As the seventh and final winner of the [Superhuman Game], she will no longer be alone as she feared.
  • Bullying a Dragon: She was tormented by her classmates as early as 7 years old, leading her to a withdrawn personality.
  • Deadly Hug: Koharu doused herself in gasoline and then set herself on fire so she can immolate Hanzaki along with herself.
  • Death-Activated Superpower: Her being blown up by a claymore landmine goes to show that so long as her will to live exists, she'll be back in one piece.
  • Despair Event Horizon: After revealing her power to one of her childhood friends, she was immediately called a freak the next day.
  • Dull Eyes of Unhappiness: It's clear as day that she doesn't have much reasons to continue living when her classmates want her dead.
  • The Eeyore: Keeping her power a secret causes her to become like this.
  • Healing Factor: It doesn't matter whether she has been cut or have her Neck Snap, she will still survive all of the injuries.
  • Shrinking Violet: She's been like this due to the fear of being ostracized for having Regeneration power.
  • What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?: Other than the fact that she's indestructible, Hiiragi is still a defenseless high school girl without much offensive capabilities on her own.
  • Who Wants to Live Forever?: Years of being lonely and demonized have caused her attitude to shift like this.
  • Why Won't You Die?: She'll keep coming back to life so long as her will to live continues.



They are ordinary people who gained supernatural powers through forming a contract with FEE. In exchange for victory, they are promised with the power to fulfill their wishes and desires.

Tropes that apply to them in general:

  • Deal with the Devil: Players that made a contract to FEE are promised what they desired in their hearts in exchange of winning the death match.
  • Code Name: Each player gets their own title placed next to their names (i.e. "Telekinetic" Tomobiki Rinji and "Wall Passer" Kaminashi Akira)
  • Personality Powers: The Espers are granted powers based on their deepest desire:
    • Tomobiki Rinji gains telekinesis as a result of wanting more control over things beyond his reach (his luck, career, and romance).
    • Kaminashi Akira gains intangibility from his wish to escape from his prison and become a free man.
    • Kimon Michiru is determined to become the world's number one magician despite her amateur skills, thus being granted the power the bend any metal that she touches.
    • Hitsugi Morio wishes to fix his blindness to continue his surgical dissections as a doctor, so he gains ultravision that essentially makes him a human MRI.
    • Kasai Yuri is angry at sex offenders that escaped prosecution for their crimes and left the female victims traumatized, so she becomes rage personified and punish the wrongdoers by burning them alive.
    • Robert Johnston aspires to perfect his blues guitar skills that can mesmerize his audience, so he receives the Devil Guitar that can deeply affect the moods of anybody listening to his timbre.
    • Hiiragi Koharu has her survival instincts kicked in when she got hit by a truck at a young age, thus obtaining a body that will allow her to recover from any physical injuries.
  • Second Hour Superpower: Played straight with the first 3 Espers having to learn how to use their powers through FEE giving them individual advices. The rest of the Espers subvert it as they had some time to practice their powers prior to the start of their death matches.
  • Took a Level in Badass: The Espers used to be ordinary people until FEE granted them superpowers. It helps when they're fighting for their lives in a death match.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: They don't have much combat experience compared to the Experts, but their superpowers can even the odds, if not turn the battle to their advantage.

     Kaminashi Akira (神無 亜樹良) 
A prison convict sentenced to a death penalty for the murder of 5 female victims. He managed to escape from his prison thanks to FEE granting him Intangibility. Now, he seeks freedom by all means necessary.
  • Insane Troll Logic: He believes that he isn't killing his female victims, but rather bringing them salvation due to how they're "angels" trapped in a filthy and corrupt world. By setting them "free", Kaminashi deluded himself into thinking they went to heaven instead of being merely dead.
  • Intangibility: Kaminashi Akira uses this power to escape from his death penalty in Tokyo's prison.
  • Luckily, My Powers Will Protect Me: He just had to brag about being invincible from physical attacks thanks to his intangibility...
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Kaminashi turned out to be quite the delusional lunatic who believes that he brings salvation to good-natured women by killing them, thus "saving" them in a world he perceives as corrupted and rotten. The fact that he still believes he's innocent is even more disturbing considering how he murdered 5 female victims (including a 3 year old girl) within half a year.
  • Weapon of Choice: Kaminashi wields a kitchen knife that he used to murder innocent women.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: Kaminashi no longer feigns innocence on killing woman as he feels invincible with his intangibility power.

     Hitsugi Morio (棺 盛男) 
A mad doctor with a deteriorating eye condition that rendered him blind. However, thanks to FEE promising him a renewed eyesight and life, he participates in the death match with hopes and dreams of continuing what he enjoys and does best: collecting beautiful boys by dissecting and preserving their corpses. His Ultravision compliments his anatomical knowledge of the human body and even enhances his skill with a scalpel.
  • Absurdly Sharp Blade: Justified as his assembled kit of scalpels specialized in cutting up the human body from skin to bones.
  • A God Am I: After having his Ultravision upgraded to the point where he can see the electrons around him, he declares himself as one.
  • Awesomeness by Analysis: His Ultravision allows him to see the nervous impulses of the human body and can predict what moves his opponent will make based on that.
  • Combat Medic: He's a doctor who can fight on par with a kung fu master.
  • Disability Superpower: His eyes may stopped functioning normally, but he perceives beyond the human spectrum of sight.
  • Genius Bruiser: With his medical knowledge of the human anatomy, he can strike where it really hurts with his scalpels.
  • Handicapped Badass: Even when he lost two of his eyes, doing so unlocked a Third Eye that allows him to see beyond the visible spectrum: gravity force, flow of time, atoms etc.
  • Mad Doctor: He is referred as one in the "Kung Fu Master VS Mad Doctor" fight.
  • Magical Eye: His eyes can see the nervous system, blood flow, body cells etc. thanks to his ultravision.
  • Prophet Eyes: His default look when not taking a closer look at his detailed eyes.

     Kasai Yuri (葛西 祐理) 
A 4th year university student who was once a victim of rape. She uses her pyrokinesis to punish the sex offenders when the legal justice system failed to deliver prosecution for the vulnerable women.
  • All Men Are Rapists: She uses that logic to justify her acts in burning all men committed of sex crimes or at least being suspected of doing so.
  • Burning with Anger: It goes to show how much firepower she can conjure the angrier she gets.
  • Freudian Excuse: At first, Kasai refused to accept her rapist's bribe on keeping quiet about the case, so she filed a legal complaint against him. But because her rapist escaped prosecution thanks to his political connections and money, people around Kasai turned their backs against her.
  • Heal It with Fire: She cauterizes her bleeding wound from her left leg being chopped off by the wires.
  • Man on Fire: Her favourite execution technique on all sex offenders and anybody else who gets in her way.
  • Playing with Fire: Her pyrokinesis will burn anybody within her sight.
  • Rape and Revenge: She claims to be exacting vengeance on the men who got away from being punished by the legal system and for the women who were also raped.
  • Rape as Backstory: She was once a victim of rape.
  • Spontaneous Human Combustion: The Japanese government wants to capture her alive so they can figure out how her power works.
  • Turning Red: After being gravely injured by Wire Girl, she gains extra power for her pyrokinesis from the damage received.
  • Wreathed in Flames: She covers herself in flames after powering up her pyrokinesis even further.



They are highly trained specialists of their professions commissioned by FEE. In exchange for victory, they are promised with the power to fulfill their wishes and desires.

Tropes that apply to them in general:

  • Awesomeness by Analysis: Their experience in the battlefield allows them to deduce their opponents' weaknesses despite the overwhelming odds against them.
  • Badass Normal: The Experts are ordinary people who honed their skills to the highest peak that their human capabilities allow them. Baron Saijou being one as a sniper and Sasamura as a swordsman.
  • Charles Atlas Super Power: They have dedicated the majority of their lives in training their specialized skill at the highest peak that an ordinary human can reach.
  • Code Name: Each player gets their own title placed next to their names (i.e. "Sniper" Baron Saijou and "Sword Master" Sasamura Kouichi)
  • Deal with the Devil: Players that made a contract to FEE are promised what they desired in their hearts in exchange of winning the death match.
  • Red Baron: The Experts gain their titles befitting their fearsome reputation of their battle skills:
    • Baron Saijou: [The Executioner]
    • Sasamura Kouichi: [All-Japan Sword Master]
    • Dr. Hell: [Devil's Canine]
    • Ye Hao Yue: [Inheritor of the Meiyouken]
    • Aisha Hario: [Wire Girl]
    • Mishima Diago: [High Priest]
    • Hitman Hanzaki [Unkillable Hanzaki]
  • Weak, but Skilled: They're still ordinary humans, but it is their polished specialties in killing people that makes them formidable opponents.

     Baron Saijou (バロン 西条) 
An experienced sniper veteran. His old age does not seem to hinder his killer reflexes, as he was personally commissioned by FEE to challenge Tomobiki into a killer's game.
  • Cool Gun: His sniper rifle is so well-drawn that you would think it's real.
  • Old Soldier: Baron Saijou still has the reflexes of a killer despite being past his prime.
  • Red Baron: Baron Saijou holds the tile as [The Executioner] for his high success rate in killing.
  • Starter Villain: He's the very first opponent that our main protagonist must fight in order to survive.
  • Suicide Attack: Baron swallows a live grenade and forcibly holds Tomobiki in an attempt to take out his target.
  • Taking You with Me: He swallows a grenade in a last-ditch effort to kill Tomobiki, but unfortunately got strangled to death before taking his target out.

     Colonel Thomas "Dr. Hell" Hellgoro (トマス ヘルゴロ 大佐) 
A second generation Japanese-American who is the world's top military dog handler. As ordered by the U.S. Department of Defence, Dr. Hell personally hunts down the terrorist who happens to be "Fancy Micchi".
  • Alas, Poor Villain: He shielded his surviving dobermans from the collapsing stage, thereby sacrificing his life in order to save theirs.
  • The Beast Master: His pack of military Dobermans follow his orders with unquestioning loyalty.
  • But Not Too Foreign: He's a second-generation Japanese-American that survived the Japanese intern camps.
  • Father to His Men: His soldiers may be military dogs, but that doesn't stop him from mourning for their losses.
  • Go Out with a Smile: Dr. Hell thanked Michiru for using her metal bending power to create a beautiful metallic forest that resembles his hometown Oregon.
  • Red Baron: His war record invokes fear from his enemies as the [Devil's Canine].
  • Theme Naming: His four dogs are named after the Greek wind gods: Notus, Eurus, Zephyrus, and Boreas

     Mishima Daigo (三島 醍醐) 
A Buddha monk who earned the title [High Priest] for his completion of the [3000 Day Circumambulation] pilgrimage. As the servant of Buddha, he hones his body through the Fudoushinjuken style and his mind with the convictions from his doctrine and mantras.
  • The Atoner: After murdering two police officers from his bloodthirst-induced rampage, he immediately regretted his actions as he no longer becomes excited from causing havoc during his younger days. After turning himself in to the police and baptizing himself as a Buddha practitioner, his past takes a form of a sinister shadow figure that haunts him for life.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: Bonus points for him being an actual monk and kicking ass in close combat.
  • Death Equals Redemption: As a means to repent for his past crimes, Mishima purified the corruption of the Devil's Guitar at the cost of his life.
  • Fantastic Fighting Style: His "Fudoushinjuken" comes from a combination of Training from Hell and being a Determinator for his religion.
  • Lightning Bruiser: He can easily lift a 200 kg (440 pounds) bear and close the gap between his opponent.
  • Made of Iron: He can take plenty of punishments whether it is physical or psychological.
  • Martial Pacifist: He advocates on his Thou Shalt Not Kill policy when he subdued a bear on the mountain.
  • Redemption Quest: It was revealed back in his flashback that he murdered two police officers in his younger rebellious days. Their deaths traumatized Mishima to the point where there's a shadow haunting him and foretold that there is no way to escape from karma. Even after Mishima turned himself in to the police and paid for his crimes, he went on a Buddhist baptism and penance in hopes of finding a way to atone for his sins one day.
  • Sleeves Are for Wimps: His outfit is a sleeveless gi not unlike Gouki from Street Fighter.
  • Warrior Monk: He practices his Buddha doctrine through tough training regiments.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: He used his Fudoushinjuken-styled pile driver named "Swastika Drop" on Robert.

     Hitman Hanzaki (ハンザキ) 
A cold-blooded hitman without any sense of pain. He meticulously kills his assignments and others who get in his way. He is infamous as the [Unkillable Hanzaki] due to his relentless nature in ending the life of his target.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Hanzaki has no qualms in striking his opponent in the eyeballs to blind them.
  • Covered in Scars: His body is full of bullet wounds and cuts from his career in killing his targets.
  • Feel No Pain: As a hitman, this allows him to accomplish many of his job requests without hesitation and killing his targets with ease.
  • Fingore: Hanzaki chomped off his pinky to further demonstrate how he can't feel any pain.
  • Groin Attack: A Yakuza boss attempted this on Hanzaki. Unfortunately, Hanzaki doesn't even flinch from the impact.
  • Guns Akimbo: He killed off a group of Yakuza with nothing more than duel wielding pistols.
  • Hitman with a Heart: Before he realized it, he secretly wished that Hiiragi didn't have to die from the bottom of his empty heart.
  • Meaningful Name: His name "Hanzaki" came from the name of a Japanese lizard, a creature that won't die even if it's split in half.
  • Punchclock Villain: He's hired by FEE to kill off Hiiragi Koharu in exchange for complete immortality like hers.
  • Rugged Scar: His most noticeable scars are three slash marks that form the letter "H" on his entire face.


A friend and rival of FEE who takes on a form of a black cat. Like FEE, MATE is also a mysterious entity who enjoys pitting two players in the [Superhuman Game], except he does so with his created artificial lifeforms dubbed as [Carbonoid Rebooted]

Seven Warriors of MATE

     What they share in common: 

  • Artificial Human: According to MATE, he modified their DNA to further strengthen the carbon-based lifeforms.


The captain of the Seven Warriors of Mate:

  • Affably Evil: He's introduced in the story by greeting the winners of FEE with polite manners.


  • For the Evulz: He decides to destroy a part of Tomobiki's hometown just to rile up his opponents into a fight.
  • Improbable Weapon User: He threw an apple of all things to destroy a chunk of a city. Although to be fair, that apple was supercharged with Isaac's gravity powers.
  • Gravity Master: His signature move is called "Gravity Dome".

Example of: