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Characters appearing in Daily Life With Monster Girl Online.

This page specifically talks about the new characters that appear in the game, and though it features characters from the manga, their roles and personalities are slightly different. If you were looking for how they play into the manga's story, check Daily Life with Monster Girl

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"Normal" Girls

     Sea the Sea Serpent 

     Anura the Bullywug 
  • Viewer Species Confusion: Her species is simply listed as "Frog-type Lizardman" and many couldn't agree whether she was supposed to be a kappa or some new kind of frogperson. Eventually fans settled on calling her a bullywug, an old Dungeons and Dragons creature that resembles a humanoid frog.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Popsicles.

     Bima the Garuda 

     Misaki the Yatagarasu 

     Kuu the Cu Sith 

     Kehp the Pan Faun 

     Rus the Orthrus 
  • Multiple Head Case: She has a secondary head named Oto in place of a left hand.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Rus, the main body, is very shy, timid, and feminine. Her secondary head, Oto, is very outspoken and confident.

     Tolepas the Catoblepas 

     Kalolo the Jackalope 

     Sophia the Baphomet 

     Mashu the Matango 
  • Exotic Eye Designs: Gold with white pupils and a white ring separating her irises from her scleras.
  • Mushroom Woman: Her species. (As if the mushrooms growing out from her head wasn´t clue enough).
  • Shout-Out: Her species is a reference to 1963 Japanese horror film, Matango.

     Qukuru the Quetzalcoatl 

     Nancy the Leanan Sidhe 

     Rohe the Ogre 

     Ruka the Orc 

     Kuune the Cockatrice 

     Fran the Frankenstein's Monster 
  • Flesh Golem: What differentiates her from a regular zombie is that she was sewn together from multiple bodies prior to reanimation, rather than being a single corpse revived via viral infection.

     Nia the Banshee 
  • Dark Is Not Evil: A dark-dressed girl of a species infamous for being harbingers of death to all who hear their wails... caused by the recollection of the tragedies and misfortunes she has witnessed in life. She also finds comfort in the "happy endings" of anime to ease her crying.
  • Elegant Gothic Lolita: Her choice of fashion.
  • The Ingenue: Of the "Pure" personality type and fails to realize why asking her host in her introduction would let a banshee like her into the house if the host wasn´t "dying".
  • Mega Twintails: A truly majestic pair which easily reaches down to her ankles.
  • Mystical White Hair: Part of being a "supernatural" entity.
  • Parasol of Prettiness: Owns one and with a pretty red dress to match it.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: One of the more benign examples. Her eyes are one of the few things that hint at her true nature as an extraspecies.

     Emeth the Clay Golem 

     Bisque the Living Doll 

"Rare" Girls

     Hydra the Hydra 

     Liza the Lizardman 
  • Cheerful Child: One of the youngest looking characters, and readily refers to the player as "Papa-san".

     Haru the Raptor Harpy 

     Tsen the Lightweight Centaur 

     Terios the Minotaur 

     Shire the Satyr 

     Were the Werecat 

     Miraj the Al-mi'raj 

     Tatake the Bake-danuki 
A teasing Bake-Danuki girl participating in the Exchange Program.

  • A-Cup Angst: She was less than pleased to say the least when Emeth used her shapeshifting power to mimic her, while keeping a certain attribute into her impersonation.

     Kyure the Scylla 

     Kuruwa the Jorogumo 

     Honey the Honey Bee 

     Tito the Serket 

     Em the Empusa 

     Gala the Ghoul 
  • Big Red Devil: She has many aesthetic elements of the trope, namely bright red skin, horns, prominent sharp teeth, and very long, pointed nails. She's very nice, surprisingly.
  • Our Demons Are Different: She reflects the original Arabian depiction of ghouls, which were a kind of flesh-eating demon believed to be the children of Iblis.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: She emphasizes that she definitely does not eat people. Luckily, she's being entirely honest.

     Peace the Pixie 

     Rosty the Jack Frost 

     Ai the Monoeye 

     Chione the Gargoyle 

     Memeko the Manticore 
  • Big Eater: In keeping with the myth of manticore's voracious appetite

     Kyou the Jiangshi 

     Rei the Ghost 

     Mokunaii the 11th, the Mummy 

"High Rare" Girls

     Iormu the Jormungand 

     Fi the Phoenix 

     Keros the Unicorn 
  • Does Not Like Men: In keeping with the myth of unicorns only being approachable by female virgins, she specifically requested to be placed with a female host, and is quite annoyed that she was sent to the wrong house. She goes as far as to threaten to kill you if she hears that you hurt a woman.
  • If It's You, It's Okay: She does eventually warm up to the player, though it takes a while.

     Youko the Kitsune 
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     Mai the Kamaitachi 

     Froze the Fenrir 
  • Casual Kink: She really seems to enjoy being bound with chains, oddly enough.

     Jelli the Rare Slime 

     Rui the Tropical Mermaid 

     Kura the Kraken 

     Queen the Queen Bee 

     Flare the Papillion 

     Lethe the Greater Devil 

     Aluru the Alraune 

     Horo the Dragon 

     Dina the Undine 
  • Reincarnation Romance: Thinks she's in one with the player, and doesn't care if they agree.
  • Yandere: Perfectly happy with using threats of violence to coerce you into acting the way she feels her lover should act.

     Ariel the Sylph 

     Yuki the Yuki-onna 

     Mimi the Mimic 

     Death the Shinigami 
  • Dem Bones: She's not a full skeleton, but her right arm below the elbow and left leg from the knee are both completely devoid of flesh.
  • Familiar: She's accompanied at all times by a spectral raven.

     Ran the Jack o' Lantern 
  • The Gadfly: She enjoys tricking people and playing pranks, as deceiving others is in her nature.
  • Hot Witch: In addition to her pumpkin bonnet and staff, she also owns a flying broomstick and traditional wide brim witch's hat.
  • Our Spirits Are Different: She's not a ghost or dead soul, but she's definitely a kind of supernatural spiritual entity with similar powers, such as selective Intangibility and Invisibility.
  • Thanks for the Mammary: Part of her care event involves taking the player for a ride on her magic broom and, invariably, accidentally getting a handful of her breasts as they struggle to keep their balance and not fall off.
  • Will-o'-the-Wisp: Her actual species, though she prefers being called a Jack O' Lantern.

     Miti the Yeti 
  • No Sense of Direction: Her event essentially focused on finding her after she got lost in the city, and a good portion of her interactions with the player feature her having no idea how she got where she is.

     Lato the Draconewt 

     Halifa the Hel 

     Lyca the Werewolf 

     Ruberu the Cerberus 

     Fere the Wyvern 

     Pirati the Vampire 

     Actia the Mothman 

     Shinotcha the Korobokkuru 

     Rem the Gremlin 

     Sitri the Lesser Devil 
  • Sweet Tooth: She has a particular fondness for candy, and is never without a lollipop.

     Sala the Salamander 

     Rudi the Bastet 

     Tiera the Gnome 

     Media the Medusa 
  • Hidden Buxom: She looks practically flat with her sweater on, but when it comes off during her care event she's absolutely stacked.

     Paula the Hassshaku-sama 
  • Contralto of Danger: True to the urban legend, her voice is surprisingly deep for a woman and being one of the most feared urban legends in modern times, the danger with it is real.
  • Creepy Monotone: Her deep, dark, voice never changes from its exasperated, dull, tone, not even during affection events.
  • Dull Eyes of Unhappiness: Permanently dull and dimmed out, not even changing when she's genuinely happy with her host.
  • Glowing Eye Lights Of Undeath: Usually combined with a Slasher smile.
  • The Klutz: Tends to trip over her own feet from time to time, (usually with her home-stay host caught beneath her.)
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair is just as long as she is, if not even longer.
  • Raven Hair, Ivory Skin: Fits to a tee with her ghastly pale and raven-haired appearance.
  • Signature Laugh: "Po,po,po..."
  • Slasher Smile: Fully capable of sporting one of these depending on the topic discussed with her.
  • Stalking Is Love: A firm believer of it and her species means of approaching their potential prey.
  • Stalker with a Crush: Once she sets her eyes on you, you´ll never get rid off her, ever, unless certain precautions are made(such as a divine restraining order) and sometimes, not even that works.
  • Statuesque Stunner: An eight-feet tall ghost woman counts as this.
  • Stringy-Haired Ghost Girl: A more neatly combed example than others, yet she still counts as one.
  • Urban Legends: A relatively recent one on top of that.

     Sein the Siren 

     Suzie the Werecat 

"Super Rare" Girls

     Miia the Lamia 

     Papi the Harpy 

     Centorea the Centaur 

     Suu the Slime 

     Quess the Queen Slime 

     Meroune the Mermaid 

     Rachnera the Arachne 

     Saki the Elder Devil 

     Ena the Melusine 

     Fan Long the Huang Long 
  • Anime Chinese Girl: Shades of it, since she is a Chinese dragon and greets the player in Chinese.

Non-playable Characters

Kuroko Smith

  • Mission Control: Ms. Smith manages your daily outings, distributes new homestays, and relocates homestays you don't want to keep.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Unlike in the manga, when you need her to get something done, it gets done fast, and with no mess.


  • Meido: Fits the general aesthetic, though she doesn't seem to do anything particularly maid-like.
  • Quest Giver: Myuu keeps track of your progress and distributes rewards for quests, daily log-in events, and downtime apologies.


A kobold that helps train your homestays and keep them in shape. Gameplay-wise, Rudoru is upgrade material useful for raising a character's level.


A dryad that helps hone your homestays' skills and special abilities. An upgrade material that greatly helps in leveling up a character's ability level.


An enigmatic elder devil that helps your homestays reach their full potential. A very rare upgrade material that allows you to raise a character's level cap without using a duplicate card.

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