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    Mamako Oosuki 

Mamako Oosuki

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Voiced by: Ai Kayano

Masato's clingy mother, who's the title character of, and the actual protagonist of the story. In the game, her class is Hero's Mother.


  • Absurdly Youthful Mother: So much so, it's frequently lampshaded. Despite being the mother of a teenager, she doesn't look any older than Chiyo, who has the appearance of an elder sister to an even younger teenager.
  • Almighty Mom: The premise of the series is if the protagonist's mom was The Hero.
  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: Mamako plays this Up to Eleven, openly discussing her prospects with the Love Interest with them, or loudly discussing the need to buy him underwear in the middle of a busy street. And this is not to mention the constant ambiguous situations.
  • Badass Adorable: Mamako is a One-Woman Army who is nonetheless still a total cutie and sweetheart, in spite of being in her late 30s at the youngest.
  • Comically Missing the Point: Being an airhead, Mamako doesn't have a good grasp on what others direct at her and Masato. For example, when Medhi's mom flings a Stealth Insult at her over Masato being academically "inferior" to her daughter, Mamako takes it as her saying how awkward it would be for their children to be friends. Her missing the point somehow ticks Medhimama off.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Mamako's care for her teenage son comes to a rather absurd and frightening degree. Aside from that, she has a comical lack of knowledge about anything unrelated to being a housewife.
  • The Dreaded: Amante and her guild are terrified of her, having heard stories of her power.
  • Dual Wielding: She carries two swords. One seems to have Dishing Out Dirt powers, the other seems to have Making a Splash powers.
  • Good Parents: Most definitely, especially compared to the other party members' mothers. Masato thinks to himself that he's lucky to have her, even if he won't say it out loud.
  • Hand Blast: Finger blast in this case. One of the most powerful attacks Mamako has gained during her adventure is the ability to shoot a massively powerful laser cannon from her index finger. The attack is so powerful it can break any defense. Plus it's able to ignore passive defensive skills, including Attack Reflector types. On top of that, the blast is pretty wide and can hit several enemies at the same time.
  • Innocent Fanservice Girl: Mamako's a very beautiful & young-looking woman with huge breasts, has a knack for ending up in compromising situations with her son, and her various outfits and dialogue are a veritable checklist of ecchi clichés. This is all a part of the series' attempt to poke fun at incest-based fanservice, as Mamako has no romantic feelings towards Masato and is only trying to bond with him, completely unaware how awkward it makes her son's life.
  • Innocently Insensitive: All Mamako wants to do is protect and provide the best for her son. She's completely unaware that her constant enemy hogging and other embarrassing tactics frustrate him to no end.
  • Insane Troll Logic: Mamako's approach to any situation (besides one-shotting it with her swords) is to think of it like a mother raising a child. This results in ridiculous solutions that would make zero sense in any other game, such as scolding the Demon Lord for hiding its room to defeat it or coddling a bomb with headpats to defuse it because it sounded like a crying child. Unfortunately for Masato, since the game bends over backwards to make mothers overpowered, Mamako is almost always right.
  • Invincible Hero: Mamako is bar none the most powerful character in the game, and that's even among mothers. Except for certain Played for Laughs situations, barely anything ever inconveniences her at all, and she gleefully, cluelessly, and effortlessly defeats everything in a single swipe.
  • Joshikousei: She dresses this way to infiltrate Masato's classroom and investigate Medhimama's meddling schemes, complete with a short skirt that provides a brief Panty Shot as she shows the uniform off to her son. She even wears a (clearly-oversized) School Swimsuit during the Pool Scene, which ends up attracting all of the male students (sans Masato) towards her and annoying Medhimama even further.
  • Kill Steal: She keeps killing monsters before Masato can because of her drive to protect him, not noticing how this upsets him. Masato, Wise, and Medhi all get irritated about this because this prevents them from leveling up, but no matter how many times they ask her to let them kill some monsters, she cannot be convinced to stop.
  • Literal-Minded:
    • After Masato sees her in battle and says she has so much firepower, she gets confused and says she doesn't have pyrokinesis and is not a stove.
    • When a Thief tries to join their party, she immediately tries to call the police on her, ignoring Masato trying to explain to her that a Thief is a proper class in games and is not a criminal.
  • Living MacGuffin: Sometimes. Her New Powers as the Plot Demands add to this, as she's often the vector through which Shirase implements her counterplays against mothers who break the rules by using cheat items. To truly cement her status as a MacGuffin, her new powers are almost always exclusively used for the one scene where they're needed, and one scene only, and almost definitely will never be brought up again.
  • Mama Bear: Threaten Masato and you can bet Mamako will put some serious pain on you.
  • Ms. Fanservice: She serves as the primary source of the fanservice.
  • My Beloved Smother: While not as controlling and overbearing as Medhi's mother, Mamako dotes on her teenage son constantly, overlooking his life with a sweet, bubbly personality as if he were still a young boy. This combined with her Absurdly Youthful Mother appearance and knack for getting into awkward situations with him causes Masato no shortage of frustration.
  • New Powers as the Plot Demands: To ridiculous levels. If a newly-introduced character or boss has a powerful and never-before-seen skill that Masato and co. struggle with, chances are Mamako will gain or already have something to cancel that skill out. On top of this, her abilities also extend to canceling a Artifact of Doom subconsciously and creating status buffs that shouldn't exist through cooking. On a good day, Mamako might gain multiple new powers in rapid succession.
  • Older Than They Look: Mamako is either between her late 30s to early 40s but can pass as 18. This comes into play when Shirase installs her as a safety measure in a plot to defeat Medhi's mother.
  • One-Hit Kill: Combined with Herd-Hitting Attack. A single swing from either of Mamako's swords projects huge damage waves that kill anything they hit in a single strike. This is the reason why she unwittingly steals kills from her son so often, as it leaves him with nothing to fight afterwards.
  • One-Woman Army: A problem in fact, as her combat abilities are so broken she barely leaves anything to do to her son, much to his dismay.
  • Pervert Dad: Gender inverted and played for laughs. Mamako clearly does not see her son in a romantic light, but her jokes about panties and the desire to look sexually attractive to her son are rather strange and frightening.
  • Punny Name: Her parents really put a lot of effort on the name Mamako.
  • Secondary Character Title: She's the "mom" with the two-hit attacks in the title, but her son is ultimately the point-of-view character.
  • Shipper on Deck: She constantly tries to get Masato to date their companions, and she straight up asks Porta to be his bride.
  • Stacy's Mom: This is the reason why Masato is extremely shy about his mother and is afraid of being next to her. Everywhere they go she gets hit on by people who don't realize she's a mom, though this was removed for the sake of time in the anime.
  • Story-Breaker Power: As noted in the latter part of the title, Mamako receives two ridiculously powerful swords right at the beginning of the game. Each sword, when swung, releases a massive attack that hits all enemies. On top of that she keeps getting new and powerful abilities every volume.
  • Super Speed: After equipping the Speed II Armlet, Mamako's speed increases dramatically.
  • Talking the Monster to Death: She defeats some golems summoned by Medhimama by simply asking them to move out of the way so she can have a talk with her.
  • Vague Age: It's quite hard to nail down just how old Mamako is. It's commonly agreed that her age is somewhere among the mid-to-late 30s, give or take a couple years, due to her young appearance that could pass for an older sister to her son, but not even the light novel had given a definite number yet.
  • Victoria's Secret Compartment: Mamako could be seen pulling stuff out of her ample bosoms every now and then, starting with the game manual in episode 1.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Around volume 5, Mamako gains the ability to temporally transform into other races like elves, demons or beastmen in order to use their innate power.
  • Wacky Parent, Serious Child: The Wacky Parent to Masato.
  • Wasteful Wishing: When the party is shown a dungeon where clearing it supposedly grants a wish, Wise comments Mamako would probably waste it on something like eggs. Much to Masato's frustration, Mamako confirms she would use the wish for their next meal.
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    Masato Oosuki 

Masato Oosuki

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Voiced by: Haruki Ishiya

The ever embarrassed and severely underpowered son of Mamako. In the game, his class is Hero.


  • The Ace: Subverted. While he thinks that he's this, owing to his experiences with MMORPGs, he's instantly upstaged at every turn by his mother.
  • Astral Projection: An involuntary version. After being killed so many times by Wise, Masato's spirit gains the ability to move around freely when he dies, though he is invisible to others. This power is what lets him finally see just how horrible of a person Medhimama really is (or rather, what she has become).
  • Bratty Teenage Daughter: Son in this case, as he's always complaining to his mother. He knows better than to throw a tantrum like a little child though, which is what he says to a transformed Medhi.
  • Buxom Is Better: Masato prefers women with large breasts, which was probably part of why he fell hard for Medhi.
  • Chekhov's Skill: Masato's Sword Beam can hit flying enemies, which are usually rare, so his skill ends up being unused most of the time. And then Wise's mother tries to fly away from their confrontation, which gives him a rather juicy target to aim for.
  • Crippling Overspecialization: His sword can one-shot any target that gets hit by it. However, it only works with one target at the time and only with an airborne enemy, without any footholds. However, thanks to Loophole Abuse, he can still attack anything as long his party members can get it up in the air first.
  • Deadpan Snarker: He does this when he's around his mom.
  • Disappeared Dad: Zigzagged. Mr. Oosuki doesn't appear at all in the novel, but Masato explains he does exist and is just on a business trip.
  • Genre Savvy: He's much more knowledgeable about modern MMORPGs and their mechanics compared to Mamako.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: He hates that his mother is way more powerful than he is.
  • Harem Seeker: He wants to have a harem. Thanks to his mom (and his own personality flaws), however, this is impossible, sans possibly one girl in his party.
  • Idiot Ball: A brief one, but enough to utterly ruin his day. After he and his group graduate the in-game school and earn all the SP they need to make some seriously necessary upgrades to their stats, they're presented with a chance to spend said SP on a gambling system that could net them rare items if successful. Instead of spending somewhere around five to ten points before packing it in, he and Wise spend every single point on the mechanic and earn nothing but HP and MP boost potions, making everything they went through since coming to the school utterly pointless. Needless to say, their defeated expressions are completely deserved. Just to really rub salt in the wound, he's given one last pity spin and actually manages to win! What does he get? An apron that only Mamako can equip. Shirase even implies that the prize pool for his gacha shouldn't be able to give him a mom-specific loot drop, though Masato immediately thinks she's full of it.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: As harsh as he was when he upset Mamako in episode one, the fact that he hardly gets to do anything frustrates him quite a lot.
  • Momma's Boy: It seems that Mamako still perceives her son as if he is still 10 years old. Masato is not thrilled with this. He occasionally admits to himself that he's lucky for it, after seeing the absolutely horrible relationships Wise and Medhi had with their moms.
  • Overshadowed by Awesome: Basically everyone in his group turns into this during most fights. Mamako's attacks are often so powerful she can defeat large groups of monsters on her own, giving them little to do.
  • Situational Sword: Pun aside, Masato's kit is very niche in that it does terribly against ground targets, but is capable of easily hitting airborne enemies with his Sword Beam. This being a game where flying monsters are relatively rare, he ends up not being very useful at all. Until the fight with Wise's mother, that is.
  • Stock Light-Novel Hero: With the twist being his mother is both overpowered and the real hero of the story.
  • Supporting Protagonist: He's practically forced into this role thanks to his mom.
  • Sword Beam: He can fire a beam from his sword, but it is very weak.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: Wise kills and revives him whenever he pisses her off.
  • Wacky Parent, Serious Child: The Serious Child to Mamako.
  • Weapon of X-Slaying: His sword does more damage to flying enemies, but they are rare and his Sword Beam can only hit them one at a time.
  • Wrong Genre Savvy: Masato wants more than anything to believe that he's The Chosen One in a straight forward Isekai story, where he becomes stupidly overpowered, has a legion of large-chested girls fighting over him, and becomes a legendary hero. Unfortunately for him, he's in a comedic parody of an Isekai where his mother is the real overpowered hero while he's actually very weak and has no secret power hidden under the surface, and the only girl interested in him is as flat as a board.

    Porta 

Porta

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Voiced by: Sayaka Harada

A Merchant Class player who joins Masato's party.


  • Bare Your Midriff: Her outfit has an opening that shows her navel.
  • Captain Obvious: Porta has a habit of saying whatever is happening to the party out loud. Masato repeatedly tells her to quit describing everything.
  • The Cutie: She rivals Mamako in terms of cuteness.
  • Happily Adopted: As soon as they meet, Mamako accepts her as her new daughter. Porta addresses her as "Mama-san".
  • Meaningful Name: She is a portable inventory bag, and her name is one kanji short of the Japanese spelling for "porter", which is a person whose job is to carry things, for example people's luggage at a railway station or in a hotel.
  • Non-Action Guy: She chose a non-combat class, and is explicitly unable to fight. She's determined to help the party out in other ways.
  • Parental Abandonment: All players arrived in the game with their mothers, but she is introduced all alone and her mother is never mentioned. Given the circumstances of Wise, however, Porta could simply have decided to stay after completing her bonding objective with her mother, or that her mom is simply elsewhere minding her own business.
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie: Has pink hair and she's helpful and adorable.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Crunchyroll's subtitles spell her name as "Porter", but the opening has her name as "Porta".
  • Support Party Member: Porta's job is an entirely passive one. She is essentially a tag-along 300-slot Bag of Holding, fully-stocked with restorative items, on top of grabbing dropped loot, as well as creating and appraising items. Her passive skill also grants Masato's party a discount at inns or whatever shop they buy at. As Mamako puts it, she's "like a walking coupon".
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has pink hair.

    Wise 

Wise/Genya

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Voiced by: Sayumi Suzushiro

A Sage Class player who was abandoned by her own mother. She joins Masato's party, hoping Mamako will adopt her, allowing her to fulfill the requirement of getting along with her mother so she can return to the real world.


  • A-Cup Angst: She is flat as a board, and is surrounded by women with huge racks. Pointing it out to her makes her furious. It doesn't help that the guy she likes has a preference for big boobs.
  • Bratty Teenage Daughter: Though she has a pretty good reason for being one.
  • Butt-Monkey: invoked She often gets the short end of the stick in battle. During a Beauty Contest, when she tries to copy the Moe act Medhi did that drove the fans wild, nobody except Porta cheers for her, and the judge tells her to get off the stage.
  • Do Not Call Me "Paul": She gets angry when her mom calls her by her real name.
  • Expy: Between her crimson hair, short temper, explosive power and annoyance over her lack of assets, she's a clear reference to Lina Inverse. Masato even thinks of Lina when looking at her picture and reading her description.
  • Gender-Blender Name: Played for as much drama as possible. Wise's real name, Genya, is taken from her mom's favorite host that she used to cheat on her husband with. Wise is understandably furious about it.
  • Happily Adopted: After choosing to stay with the party, she starts calling Mamako "Mama".
  • I Choose to Stay: She eventually manages to make peace with her mother and is allowed to leave the game, but she chooses to stay with the party. Though she dodges the question when asked why, it is clear she has a crush on Masato.
  • Idiot Ball: A brief one, but enough to utterly ruin her day. After she and her group graduate the in-game school and earn all the SP they need to make some seriously necessary upgrades to their stats, they're presented with a chance to spend said SP on a gambling system that could net them rare items if successful. Instead of spending somewhere around five to ten points before packing it in, she and Masato spend every single point on the mechanic and earn nothing but HP and MP boost potions, making everything they went through since coming to the school utterly pointless. Needless to say, their defeated expressions are completely deserved.
  • Inept Mage: Downplayed, but still noticeable; she can be quite skilled, but her arrogance often causes problems for her when trying to use her magic. While her spells are powerful, they have really long chants and she does not take precautions to protect herself from being interrupted.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: Surprisingly, Double Standard: Abuse, Female on Male does not apply here, and she is quickly locked up after she stomps on Masato's head.
  • Panty Shot: She gets these aplenty.
  • Parental Abandonment: Wise's mother would rather sleep around and booze it up with hosts to the point it destroyed her marriage. Her father won full custody, and never talked to her afterwards until the government came around with the game. She then ends up half-assing her bonding time with her daughter and ditching her again.
  • Teleportation: She can teleport herself and others to various locations, though she has a limit on how many she can take at a time and it tires her out to do it several times in a row.
  • Thicker Than Water: Wise realizes at the end of the first book that she can't bring herself to hate her mom, despite her mother's sleeping around, spending every penny she can get her hands on, and continuous attempts to abandon her.
  • Tsundere: Played with. While she has the short temper, A-Cup Angst and fashion sense usually associated with the archetype, the more negative aspects tend to be defused by the mere presence of Mamako, Masato's Genre Savvy tendencies and Wise's own arrogance often backfiring on her.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Grade A. Having a Tsundere attitude and Girlish Pigtails automatically bump her to Grade S.

    Medhi 

Medhi

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Voiced by: Lynn

A Healer class player who is introduced in a school, where her mother wants her to be the best student.


  • Attention Whore: After joining the party, she is obsessed with outdoing Wise so that everyone, especially Masato, will pay attention to her.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Downplayed. She really is a genuinely nice girl, but her bitchy and snarky nature has a nasty habit of poking out now and again. She also enjoys mocking and teasing other girls like Wise, something that Masato disagrees with.
  • Black Eyes of Evil: Downplayed again. Her eyes turn black when her darker personality takes over.
  • Buxom Is Better: Masato surely thinks so. Medhi seems to have this idea too, since she likes rubbing her chest against him to tease him, much to Wise's annoyance.
  • Combat Medic: Played equally straight with both parts. Medhi is a Healer character, but actually does respectable melee damage by hitting enemies with her staff.
  • I Choose to Stay: Just like Wise, she chooses to join the party and stay in the game despite reconciling with her mother.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: This is clearly seen when she's interacting with Masato. When he, Wise and Porta tell her they consider her a friend, she literally cries Tears of Joy.
  • Lethal Chef: She is a terrible cook. Masato is unaware of this until he tastes her food. This is due to her mom using a spell to change its appearance.
  • Lonely Rich Kid: Thanks to her mom's meddling.
  • Madness Mantra: She does this after her mom slaps her.
  • Not So Above It All: Upon joining Masato's party, she immediately reveals she has a perverted side, flirting with Masato and getting extremely close with him.
  • Rage Breaking Point: Medhi keeps getting pushed to this by her mom in book 2, with her cursing under her breath and throwing tantrums out of her mom's sight. She finally snaps and ends up turning into a dragon upon learning of (what she thought was) her mom's true intentions.
  • Stepford Smiler: She tries to put on a cheerful persona when around other people. Once in a while, however, she is seen muttering angrily under her breath at her mother, and even occasionally enjoys it when things don't go her mother's way. Masato and Mamako also manage to see her dark side shortly after being slapped by her mother for losing to him during the pool event.
  • This Is Unforgivable!: She says this to her mother upon transforming into a dragon. Even after being turned back into a human, she still tells her mom she can't forgive her for what she has done, even though she does reconcile with her afterwards.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has light blue hair.

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Supporting Characters

    Shirase 

Masumi Shirase

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Voiced by: Satomi Arai

A government agent who introduced Mamako and Masato to the game and then transported them inside it. She acts as the informal GM in the game, and there are several NPCs modeled after her.


  • Ambiguously Bi: And even putting it as "ambiguous" is a bit of a stretch, but Shirase does display mischievous delight when she's groping Mamako all over the place trying to get her measurements. Meanwhile, she's already married and has a daughter.
  • Big Good: Being a GM, Shirase is the closest thing to a benefactor to Masato's party in the game, often appearing when they needed help to provide assistance, usually in the form of Mamako wearing some new gear with hidden enchantments that not even the wearer is aware of.
  • Curtains Match the Window: She has purple hair and eyes.
  • Hartman Hips: Can be difficult to notice, but Shirase has wider hips compared to her shoulders and bust.
  • Mr. Exposition: Her purpose in the game, and even in the real world, owing to her Punny Name. She often punctuates her sentences with "I inform you..."
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: Kind of. The many Shirase copies found in-game are actually NPCs modeled after her, each with their own jobs and classes.
  • No Sense of Personal Space: She does this to Mamako when she unexpectedly takes the latter's measurements.
  • Office Lady: Her standard attire in the real world makes her look like one, though this is slightly subverted in that Shirase is actually a government agent.
  • Punny Name: Her name is a homophone for the Japanese term for "notification", or "to inform" and after having it pointed out to her the majority of her life, she just gave up, embraced it, and dedicated herself to become a walking tutorial for others.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair goes all the way to her waist.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: She almost always shows up injured and/or dead in the game. At one point, when she is impaled by a tree branch, Wise uses a spell to revive her, but she points out they should have taken the branch out of her first and promptly dies again.

    Kazuno 

Kazuno

Wise's mother and the first actual "boss" the party fights.
  • Adaptational Badass: In the light novels, Mamako defeats her with ease, though she manages to escape for a rematch. In the anime, Mamako needs Masato, Wise, and Porta's help to beat her.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: After the party defeats her, she agrees to stop trying to take over the world and make peace with Wise.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: She doesn't understand why Mamako cares about her son, because to her, children are nothing but a burden.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Mamako.
  • Foil: She's pretty much Mamako's polar opposite. Mamako is a dedicated mother and housewife, where Kazuno shirked her duties and spent all the family's money on male escorts. Mamako is a doting mother to Masato, Kazuno neglected and ultimately abandoned Wise in the real world and in the game world. And Mamako took her son into the game in a genuine attempt to become closer to him, where Kazuno tricked her daughter into entering the game world, then abandoned her to indulge her twisted fantasies, planning to use the exploits she was gifted to Take Over the World.
  • I Have No Son!: She says this to Wise when the latter confronts her.
  • Manchild: She acts more like a flighty, spoiled and promiscuous young woman than a middle-aged wife and mother.
  • Moral Myopia: Claims that children are nothing but a burden and always gets in the parents' way, ignoring the fact that she constantly cheats on her husband, uncaringly gave her daughter a man's name, and used her attempt at reconnecting with said daughter to do basically whatever the hell she wants. She's more of a burden to others than children seemingly are to her.
  • Odd Name Out: She is the only mother character so far to not have "mama" as part of her name, either real or user ID.
  • Paid Harem: She is surrounded by a bunch of hunky, shirtless men.
  • Reality Warper: In addition to having Sage powers like Wise, she hacked the game and is able to materialize anything at will and alter the landscape. With these powers, she's the first opponent to actually give Mamako trouble.
  • Stacy's Mom: Subverted as she's very plain and constantly needs to pay money for handsome men to date her. She uses a spell to look like a busty succubus.
  • Take Over the World: She revealed that she planned to spread to the Internet and take control of bank accounts and blackmail world leaders so that she could control the real world as well.
  • Warmup Boss: In the anime, she's the first character that Mamako is unable to beat on her own, needing the help of Masato, Wise, and Porta to face her.
  • Your Cheating Heart: She cheated on her husband. She even went as far as naming her daughter after her favorite host that she used to cheat on her husband with.

    Medhimama 

Medhimama

Medhi's overbearing mother.
  • Abusive Parents: She'll verbally, physically, and even sexually abuse Medhi whenever she fails to live up to her expectations. But she wasn't always like this; in reality, she's a caring mother trying to raise her daughter to grow into a good person. The dark influence from her staff is what turned her abusive.
  • The Atoner: After being freed from the staff's influence, she sets out to correct the mistakes she had made, starting with reconciling with her daughter.
  • Berserk Button: Saying that she doesn't like it much if somebody else steals the spotlight from her and her daughter is a monumental understatement. Although this was created by the staff.
  • Blog: She wrote a parenting blog in real life about how she raised Medhi. After being freed from her brainwashing, she resolves to immediately delete it after logging out so that no more parents will treat their kids the way she treated Medhi.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: While she was overbearing in real life, it was done out of genuine love for Medhi and a desire to see her be the best. It's only when she logs into the game and gets her cheat staff that she becomes the narcissistic, abusive woman the party meets.
  • Education Mama: She constantly pushes Medhi to be the very best and is extremely strict with her, to the point of publicly berating or abusing her if she loses. It's later revealed that, while she was strict and pushed Medhi to excel, it was never to the level we see in the game and she did genuinely want to fix this. It was the cheat staff she received that caused her to be so violent and egotistic.
  • Good All Along: She wasn't the selfish, horrible mother by default and only became one because of the staff corrupting her mind.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: Towards Mamako thanks to all the attention she receives. After Mamako frees her from her staff's influence, she completely loses this.
  • Hate Sink: There's virtually nothing nice about her, from her physical and emotional abuse of her daughter to her condescending attitude towards everyone else, even those who are genuinely kind to her. Compared to Kazuno, who at least tried to be a part of Wise's life before their falling out, Medhimama only cares about herself and sacrifices her daughter's happiness for her own personal welfare. This is subverted when it's revealed she was under the dark influence of her staff and is horrified with what she's done.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Pulls one by courtesy of Mamako freeing her from the staff's dark influence.
  • Hypocrite: She kills Masato for accidentally seeing Medhi naked, completely ignoring the fact that she's the one who tore off Medhi's clothes with the intention of exploiting her daughter's body to make their cafe more successful. This too is likely because of the staff.
  • It's All About Me: She abuses and brainwashes her own daughter to become number one in all aspects just so she can tell everyone else how she's the best mother out there. This is subverted in that she was corrupted by her staff.
  • Joshikousei: She dresses this way in order to make sure that Mamako doesn't one up her in the classroom again.
  • Motor Mouth: When she's bragging about her daughter, Medhimama puts professional rappers to shame with the sheer speed of her speech. Played for laughs, as her tirades are drowned out most of the time by Masato thinking to himself just how weird this lady is.
  • My Beloved Smother: Of a different kind than Mamako, in that she intentionally interferes with Medhi's life and even those she meets just to ensure that her daughter, and by extension herself, gets all the glory. To this end, Medhimama doesn't care if she has to cheat or magically brainwash her own daughter. It's revealed she was magically brainwashed herself.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Upon returning to normal, she becomes horrified by the terrible things she has done, particularly her saying that she is pushing Medhi merely for her own sake.
  • Refusal of the Call: Despite Masato giving her a place in their party, she decides to log out from the game so she can fix the mistakes she had made. She lets Medhi join the group.
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: She exploits this once Mamako draws her ire, admitting that she bought every outfit imaginable so she can one up the latter. Later, she wears a stripperiffic swimsuit at the pool.
  • Sore Loser: She is an extremely sore loser. Since she uses trickery to come out on top most of the time, managing to beat her ticks her off tremendously. She gets over this after being freed from her corruption.
  • Unknown Rival: She considers Mamako to be her rival. Mamako is blissfully unaware of this.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Medhimama truly believes she's doing her best for her daughter, even if it means she has to subvert Medhi's own free will and trample on everyone else. This is brutally subverted when she reveals she's really just doing this so she can boast about how she's the best mother, even if it means costing her daughter everything positive in her life. And then this is double subverted when it's revealed she was under the dark influence of the staff and genuinely wanted what was best for her daughter.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: Her staff is what turned her into the Abusive Parent and Hate Sink.

    Amante 

Amante

Voiced by: Natsumi Fujiwara

A girl who abandoned her mother and started a guild for kids who rebel against their mothers.


  • Butt-Monkey: Nobody can take her seriously because she keeps tripping and bumping into things while trying to have dramatic moments. Medhi also keeps taking the wind out of her sails when she tries to be intimidating.
  • Cat Girl: Not in the literal sense, but details on her clothes and hair give her a tiger-like appearance.
  • Coat Cape: Judging by the sleeves, her cape is really a jacket.
  • Combat Pragmatist: She keeps hiring assassins to take out Mamako instead of trying to fight her head on. It is too bad her assassins are incompetent.
  • I'll Never Tell You What I'm Telling You!: She keeps giving away sensitive information while swearing to never reveal it.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: She has her guild retreat when she realizes they are facing Mamako, as she is too powerful to take head on.
  • Leotard of Power: She wears a swimsuit like outfit.
  • Red Baron: The Betrayer of Mothers.
  • Staircase Tumble: She trips and falls down the stairs several times, and suffers Friction Burn on her butt and legs.
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