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Our Heroines
The True Companions destined to defeat the Demon King in combat and bring peace to the realm.

    Shared Traits 
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From left to right, Mai, Fai Fai, Seira, and Yusha
  • Amnesiac Hero: As it turns out, they all are. Yusha's spell failure actually did send them back in time into the bodies of their past selves, with the addition of sealing their memories. They only remembered by accident due to Ronna's memory Cartado.
  • Badass Crew: Despite how downright silly they can get, they are all still Action Girls who are capable of overcoming any obstacle in their way and then some.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Both Yulia and Seira wear bandeau tops, exposing quite a bit.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Why yes, these eccentric girls who are lacking common sense ARE deserving of the title "Hero's party".
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: There is no doubt about it: these girls are absolutely ridiculous. Doesn't change the fact that they are quite accomplished as adventurers despite still being students.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Gods, demons, monsters, and many others alike have fallen to these very same girls who are most definitely more oblivious to everything around them than not.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Fai and Seira both have irises that compliment their hair.
  • Expy: The party is often compared to Milky Holmes— that is, the version that appears in the first two anime seasons— with the first Episode of Endro-! matching many beats of the first episode of Milky Holmes. However, while the Hero party is often silly and bumbling, they're still (mostly) very competent; unlike the utterly useless Milky Holmes.
  • Fighter, Mage, Thief: Subverted, as they do not have a thief in their group, but gets a bit Double Subverted with Seira not only being one of the mages, she also has the skill of archery, which fits the thief skill set.
  • Idiot Hero: They are all pretty airheaded, even the ones who are meant to be smart or mature.
  • Meaningful Name:
    • Yusha has a Slavic first name and a French-sounding surname that, when their first syllables are combined, form the Japanese word "Yusha", which means "Hero".
    • Seira's nickname sounds like Sage, appropriate to her class.
    • Fai Fai's name and surname are an abbreviated fighter, appropriate to her class.
    • Mei's nickname is an abbreviated Mage, appropriate to her class.
  • Nice Girl: At the end of the day, all of them are extremely friendly people who will not hesitate to lend a helping hand.
  • Mental Time Travel: This is what Yusha's spell failure did to them, though it sealed their memories from their future. Yusha briefly remembered some while in a sleep-daze, but they all really remembered them due to Rona.
  • Stripperiffic: Their outfits are highly daring once one actually take a look at them, with impossibly low neck-lines, exposed underwear, plenty of midriff exposure that nobody seem to bat an eye over.
  • Theme Naming: Each of their nickname matches their class.
  • True Companions: They have outright stated that they love each other without hesitation in episode 3.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Except for Fei, their hair can adequately be described as "candy floss-colored".
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    Yulia "Yusha" Chardiet 
Voiced by: Hikaru Akao (Japanese), Amanda Lee (English)
"I'm the Hero leader!"
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"Exploding with courage, Yulia Chardiet!"
A dim-witted yet energetic girl whose biggest aspiration is to become the Hero and defeat the Demon Lord. Her class is Hero. She has a pet baby dragon named Chibi.
  • Born Lucky: Her luck is one of her few redeeming qualities as an adventurer. When tested with booby-trapped chests with a 99% chance of the trap activating, she got the loot time after time, not to mention finding the Hero's Sword and becoming the Hero entirely through getting her party lost enough.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: She instinctively helps people in need, not out of obligation as the Hero but because that's who she is. This is best showcased in Episode 5, when a monster breaks loose at the Hero Festival. Even though she acknowledges that the Adventurer School teachers and the royal guard can handle it, Yusha tells Rona that she'll help anyway "because I'm me."
  • Flash Sideways: During a sleep-induced daze, she speaks of her dream of defeating the Demon Lord but ends up quickly describing how she will mess up her spell and send everyone elsewhere, which was exactly what the Future/Alternative!Yulia did that sent Mao to the past and kicking off the whole Show. The girls think it's rather crazy, but also oddly realistic.
  • Heroes Prefer Swords: It's the Hero's Sword that lets her obtain the Hero class. She used the same sword in her final battle against the Demon Lord as well.
  • Idiot Hero: She's scatterbrained and easily distracted, but her incredible luck generally means that she succeeds anyway.
  • It's All About Me: Her dreams are very self-centred, what with wanting to be called the greatest Hero among Heroes in history, to be complimented constantly on her beauty by the young and the old, to be capable of defeating a million soldiers and to fight for seven days and seven nights, on top of being the one to defeat the Demon Lord. Keep in mind, she wants to do this all single-handedly, and without acknowledging her seemingly-best friends in the slightest.
  • Kleptomaniac Hero: Her idea of gathering supplies is to barge into a random person's house and pocket anything useful. This earns her getting kicked out from the house and a harsh rebuke from Mao.
  • Pink Heroine: Her hair and armor are very pink, as is her sword.
    • Judging from her reaction to Mei getting an upskirt of her figurine, so are her panties.
  • The Hero: She is a parody of this trope, and that is also a plot point in several episodes, as Yusha's status as the chosen heroine make her the only one capable of killing certain types of monsters, and her ditzy attitude causes enemies to constantly underestimate her or lose patience with her. This entire disconnect of what a hero should be and what Yusha is began the plot.
  • Reincarnation: All heroes, including her are reincarnations of the first hero.
  • Weight Woe: It is a bit of a Running Gag that Yusha is upset about her waist, believing she's eaten too much and being teased by her friends.
  • Wrong Genre Savvy: She throws away the Hero's Sword under the belief that her act of compassion will convince Mao not destroy the island and prove that she can go against her destiny. Unfortunately, Mao's nervous glance away makes her realise that it's still going to happen regardless and that she just threw away the only thing that can defeat the Demon Lord.

    Ellenoar "Seira" Seiran 
Voiced by: Shiina Natsukawa (Japanese), Alexis Tipton (English)
"I-I'm the beautiful leader!"
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"The healing priest, Ellenoar Seiran!"
An elf girl with a serious nature who tries to keep her group in line. Her class is Priest.
  • A-Cup Angst: She didn't like that Fai is not only more endowed than her, but also if anyone or anything brings attention to her small chest.
  • Archer Archetype: Parodied. Despite being an elf and having a bow, she neglects to act like an archer.... because she needs glasses, and they're very embarrassing.
  • Berserk Button: Again, her breasts. However, it is not merely bringing attention to her small breasts, but implanting the idea or suggesting that she will grow up with bigger breasts, meaning she gets livid if her dream becomes anyway possible.
  • Blind Without 'Em: Despite being a gifted archer, her accuracy is crippled by her terrible eyesight. She has a pair of very thick, very nerdy Coke-bottle glasses, but she doesn't wear them to avoid looking like a "bookworm".
  • Buxom Is Better: Is a believer of this, not only with her jealousy towards Fai's breasts, but her utmost heartfelt dream is to grow bigger breasts. Though she accepts that the reality isn't so fair in that regard.
  • Drop the Hammer: Her weapon in battle is classified as a hammer, which others note is unusual for elves to wield. At the Hero Festival she also has no problem using a huge mallet to play the Whack-A-Yusha game.
  • Femininity Failure: Despite trying to organise the whole group and essentially being the Team Mom, not only does she not know how to cook to the point of cutting herself trying to peel a potato, but her room is also the dirtiest of the group's, with books and clothes dumped everywhere with a visible layer of dust over everything. The only part that doesn't have dust on it is the single trail of footprints that lead from the bed to the door. Needless to say, even Fai, the self-proclaimed King of the Forest and Wild Leader is surprised.
  • Heroic Willpower: The only one in the party who broke free from the euphoric dreams of the dream-eater in episode 10, as she, despite having what she desired the most, came to realize that it would all be a lie anyway if she didn't earn it herself.
  • Only Sane Man: Subverted. Seira is usually the one who questions or corrects a lot of the group's unusual decisions or responses, but she doesn't refuse to go along with them with shared enthusiasm, not to mention having her own silly moments, and seem to just prefer making an unheard observation akin to a Deadpan Snarker.
  • Pointy Ears: Comes with being an elf. Fei likes to chew on them in her sleep from time to time.
  • Status Buff: She can grant buffs to her allies, shown when she gives Fai a Strength buff against the Golem in Episode 1.
  • Token Non-Human: She is the only Non-Human of the group.

    Fai Fai 
Voiced by: Ari Ozawa (Japanese), Dani Chambers (English)
"I'm the wild leader!"
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"Full of food and dreams, Fai Fai!"
A wild girl and self-proclaimed "King of the Forest" who loves to eat. Her class is Warrior.
  • Balloon Belly: After entering a eating contest and devouring forty melons in one single sitting, her abdomen bloated immensely as a result.
  • Big Eater: She loves to eat, and will even eat things in her sleep (like Seira's ears). She's able to down several huge plates of food in a sweat while the rest of her party could barely manage one. She does have her limits though, evident in the aftermath episode 7's melon eating contest.
  • Boobs of Steel: Easily has the biggest chest of her party members and also boasts the highest physical strength, being their Warrior and all.
  • Comfort Food: Seira's ear. Yes; her ear.
  • Gainaxing: It happens but rarely, since the show isn't very focused on Fanservice.
  • Hyperactive Metabolism: Apparently, nothing she eats linger for long on her figure.
  • Jungle Princess: With elements of the Wild Man. Having grown up in the forest, Fai is the self-declared "King of the Forest" and comes back every year to keep in touch with her roots. Though the trope is downplayed a bit as while she loves the wildness and can survive in it, the animals don't treat her as one of their own and she actually has look out to avoid being attacked.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: If she's hungry and there isn't any food, she will enter a hunger-fuelled rage where the thought of no food makes her more and more hungry. After she's given food and calmed down, she won't remember anything of the previous freak-out.
  • She Is the King: Openly female with "King of the Forest" as her title.
  • Translator Buddy: She is somehow able to accurately guess what Tarkas are saying even better than a translation guide, which she chalks up to "wild instincts". Mei ends up giving up trying to personally translate and accepts Fai's intuition. She is also the member of the group to negotiate fees with higher penguins.

    Mather "Mei" Enderstto 
Voiced by: Inori Minase (Japanese), Trina Nishimura (English)
"I'm the dark leader!"
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"Five Cartado a day, Mather Enderstto!"

A reserved girl who is obsessed with the magic card system Cartado. Her class is Mage.


  • Cards of Power: She casts her magic using Cartado, magic cards that are apparently collectable. She's both really good at magic and obsessed with collecting Cartado cards.
  • Child Prodigy: Mei is this to Cartado, being able to come up with various low-ranked combinations to perform incredible feats of magic. It doesn't hurt that she is obsessed with Cartado, not only wishing to learn all she can about it and believing it to be the answer to pretty much everything from critical attacks to special effects, but also being willing to order the team to wait outside a Cartado store for limited one-per-person cards just so she can get multiple.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: More so than the rest of her party tends to be, given her tendency to start rambling about Cartado out of nowhere or to make bad puns. But mostly her Cartado obsession. She is so crazy about Cartado that she dreams that collecting all of them with bring them to life, after which she can marry an anthropomorphic Cartado, then create a Cartado with it. Oh yeah, and possibly become the new Demon Lord and Take Over the World with an army of them.
  • Crazy-Prepared: When it comes to Cartado Mei is practically Adam West's Batman. As she can provide a card for whatever impossible situation the party finds itself in.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Specifically refers herself as the "dark leader" of the group, but is just as kind and heroic as her companions.
  • Girly Girl: Is considered the most feminine girl of Yusha's group, knowing how to clean, cook, and sew. She even has a Cartado which a gives her a frilly, white apron dress that she calls "Young wife mode".
  • Heroic Comedic Sociopath: Mei treasures her Cartado cards above anything and anyone else, including her own friends in the party and humanity in overall. To the point where her secret dream even sums up as to become "The Cartado Demon Lord" once, and if, she ever manage to complete her Cartado collection in her lifetime, enslaving humanity in favor for Cartado.
  • Pungeon Master: She loves making terrible puns.
  • The Stoic: Very little fazes her enough to raise her voice or emote unless it is especially surprising or it involves Cartado. Even falling down a seemingly bottomless pit only makes her panic internally a little.
    Mei: I'm the type of person who'd drown in a river without anyone ever noticing.
  • Too Awesome to Use: A big believer in holding on to rare Cartado cards, to the point she'd rather starve to death than use a super-rare card that summons a delicious feast.
  • Verbal Tic: Ends her sentences with -ssu.

    Chibi-chan 
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A tiny adorable dragon that follows the heroes and serves as comic relief.
  • Abstract Eater: She is actually a dragon that lived between dimensions that can erase concepts by consuming them, a feat on the level of Creator-class gods. She ate the concept of "Golem" after swallowing Meigo, allowing her to think for herself, and eats the "Hero" and "Demon Lord" concepts, freeing Mao and Yusha from their destiny.
  • Adorable Abomination: May or may not be a Creator-class god in the form of the most adorable baby dragon you'll ever meet.
  • Badass Adorable: She ate an evil god that was untouchable until Yusha used her class privileges to defeat him. In just one bite.
  • Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Ate the Evil God that enslaved the Mackerel.
  • Extreme Omnivore: She rivals Kirby in regards to her bottomless stomach, and when she vomited up all she had eaten, most of it was inanimate objects such as crates, chests, statutes and other such object. The only living things were the Evil God and Meigo.
  • Foreshadowing: A gag in episode 4 has her eat the Evil God like nothing. Sure enough, come the finale and she is revealed to be some sort of dragon-being living in between dimensions that can consumes concepts and is critical in erasing the destiny of the Demon Lord and the Hero. There is also the implication that she might have been the one to send everyone back in time, and that combined with her feat of erasing concepts (both only achievable by Creator-class gods) that she might be a Creator-class god in secret.
    • There is also the case where Chibi never shows up anywhere with the heroes in the original timeline, which makes sense, since Chibi was never a part of the group in the original timeline.
  • Hidden in Plain Sight: She just showed up one day in the Hero's party and nobody questioned it. And it was only when she was pointed out that they realised they didn't actually know where Chibi-chan came from since everyone assumed she was someone else's pet they brought with them.
  • Remember the New Guy?: In-Universe. Turns out she wasn't with the party the first time around, and everyone in the group naturally assumed she was another team-member's pet when she showed up. It's not until Mao questions where did they find Chibi-chan (after the party got their memories of the first timeline back) that they realized they had no idea where she came from.
  • Team Pet: For the heroines. Amusingly, the girls actually considered making Chibi-chan the leader of the party, but Mao shot down that idea.
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Adventurer's School
The staff and students of the academy the main characters attend.

    Mao 
Voiced by: Misaki Kuno (Japanese), Alison Viktorin (English)
"It'll be a hundred years before a weakling like you has the skill to slay me."
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"I am just a gargoyle in a birdcage. But one day, I shall take flight into that pitch-black night full of miasma.
A tiny demon girl who is a teacher at the Adventurer School. She is actually this generation's Demon Lord who was transported back in time and reverted to her current form thanks to Yusha's bumbling. Her aim is to stop Yusha and her friends from becoming the powerful adventurers destined to defeat her.
  • 100% Adoration Rating: It takes a certain kind of charisma to not only gain an army of immensely faithful followers every cycle, but have them willingly and happily march towards their deaths whenever the hero's party come around for 998th times. In the 999th cycle, everyone loves her as Mao-Sensei as well, may it be the citizens, royalty, her students and fellow co-teachers.
  • Badass Teacher: Is secretly this time and era's Demon Lord and the newest teacher at the Adventurer School.
  • Because Destiny Says So: The whole Demon Lord and Hero legend secret aside, it is heavily inferred she wouldn't be able control her power as a fully-revived Demon Lord and against her will would have fulfilled her destiny as the Demon Lord and destroyed Naral Island.
  • Beneath the Mask: When she was actually the Demon Lord, she felt rather unfulfilled and trapped by her life and sad that in the end all of her subordinates will die before her, leaving her alone. With the reveal of the Demon Lord's destiny, she explains that because of it, no matter what choices she makes, she is doomed to either die along with her subordinates, or reclaim her power and wipe out Naral Island, also leaving her alone in eternal isolation.
  • Butt-Monkey: She tends to suffer comedic misfortune, as the plot demands.
  • Cute Monster Girl: She is a demon girl with tiny horns, wings and fangs. Nobody seems to make the connection between this and her being the Demon Lord and instead focus on how cute she is.
  • Cuteness Proximity: The entire class's first reaction upon being introduced to Mao is to Squee! at how adorable she is.
  • Death Seeker: Although she puts up a proud front, she has resigned herself to her destiny of dying and just want the Hero to kill her for good so she isn't forced to resurrect and repeat the cycle of death.
  • Demon Lords and Archdevils: As her title says, she is the Demon Lord.
  • Face Realization: Type A. The moment she come to realize that if she became the official Demon Lord again, she would have to face off with the heroes once more, trigger the failed spell, and enter a Stable Time Loop which would force her to deal with them repeatedly for all of eternity, she calls quits on her aspirations and resigns to a normal life instead on the spot.
  • Femininity Failure: Her room is almost as messy as Seira's, something which they almost bond over before Fai stops them. And while she can cook good-looking food, said food is so terrible that it turns the girls catatonic after a single bite and makes Chibi vomit up everything she ever ate.
  • Final Death: She has been killed by the Hero and forced to prematurely resurrect so many times that if the Hero were to kill her now, she would be killed permanently.
  • Foreshadowing: When Rona is apologising for mistaking her for a child and giving her candy, Mao says she's used to it. In the next episode, it's revealed that when she was looking for a job people kept playfully dismissing her and giving her candy.
  • Harmless Villain: She's never shown actually doing anything "evil" even as the Demon Lord, and her idea of stopping Yusha and her friends from defeating her in the future is just to convince them to stop being adventurers.
  • It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time: She immediately regrets and quickly gets depressed upon revealing herself as the Demon Lord to protect Meigo and admits to Ronna that she got caught up in the moment.
  • Lady Looks Like a Dude: Her transformation looks and sounds like a man.
  • Lethal Chef: Her cooking *looks* delicious, but one bite is enough to make the girls instantly catatonic and Chibi to regurgitate everything she has in her stomach, including the Evil God and Meigo.
  • Level Drain: As a consequence of the failed spell, or due to travelling back in time, the Demon Lord ended up sent to the past and locked in her human body with her memories intact, but without any of the overwhelming power and skills she possessed in her previous existence, preventing her from just killing the heroes-to-be outright at first best opportunity. She temporarily regains some strength due to all the candy people gave her.
    • This goes even further with the reveal that each Demon Lord reincarnation is weaker than the previous one, and that someone or something has engineered the destiny of the Hero and the Demon Lord to revive at the same time, which forces the Demon Lord to resurrect prematurely and lose some power. Eventually this is stretched to the limit that if Mao were to die, she wouldn't have the strength to resurrect.
  • Only Sane Man: The only one with a good head on her shoulders and common sense, in both of her incarnations. A status not too hard to achieve considering the setting.
  • Punny Name: Mao is a real Japanese name, but it is pronounced similarly to maou (Demon Lord). Also a Bilingual Bonus.
  • Resurrective Immortality: She is the 999th incarnation of the Demon Lord, having been defeated 998 times before and going through a period of sleep while reviving and regaining her memories. However this has a limit as the destiny placed upon them requires that the Demon Lord and the Hero exist at the same time. As such something forces the Demon Lord to revive before they can reclaim their power properly, and that this has happened enough times that if Mao were killed then she would die for real.
  • Retired Monster: As of Episode 2 she's done with the whole "Demon Lord" thing and would rather just live a normal life as a schoolteacher, and she gets nervous at any possibility of being dragged back into the role.
  • Samus Is a Girl: While Mao is a little girl throughout the series, the impression was that she was a male trapped in that body and she wasn't really a girl. Episode 6 revealed, however, that Mao's girl form is actually just her human form and that she really is a girl.
  • Sensei-chan: Everyone calls her "Mao-chan" or "Mao-chan Sensei"
  • This Is Gonna Suck: When she realizes she pressed the Berserk Button of a big monster, all she does is sigh.
  • Un-Evil Laugh: She tries to sport an Evil Laugh, but it ends up just sending her into a coughing fit, much to the class's adoration.
  • The Unmasking: She reveals herself as the Demon Lord in order to protect her maid, Meigo, from being arrested.
  • We Can Rule Together: Makes this offer to Yusha in their idealized "final" battle in Episode 1, which Yusha naturally refuses.

    Lush 
A fellow teacher of Mao's from the Adventurer School and the one who found Mao originally and gave her a job.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: She was quite upset when Meigo started living with Mao.
  • Meaningful Name: She has both a very sexualized design and a fondness for alcohol. "Lush" describes both of those traits.
  • The Comically Serious: Whenever it comes to little girls, in this case Mao. She picked Mao off the streets and carries her away under her arm, or gets into bed with Mao because she's sleeping, and treats it like it's totally the logical response with complete seriousness.
    Mao: This woman keeps saying that with such clear, unwavering eyes!
  • Thinking Out Loud: She tends to gets her pretence and desires backwards. She's constantly saying how cute Mao is and how much she wants to hug her in the same tone that she started the sentence with, while whatever sentence she would have said is told in her head in the lewd tone she would have used to make her comments about Mao.
  • With Friends Like These...: Lush may be a creepy lolicon but without her help Mao would have died from starvation in the streets. So there's a good reason why the two are friends instead of one having the other charged for kidnapping.

    Other Students 
Students who act as extras in the school segments

Kingdom of Lapanesta
The royal family of Lapanesta, the only kingdom on Naral island, and their retainers.

     Rona Principia O Rabanesta 
Voiced by: Momo Asakura (Japanese), Amber Lee Connors (English)
"In the name of the Lapanesta Kingdom, I hereby recognize you as the true Hero."
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"Rona is coming to be at your side, my Hero!"
The princess of Lapanesta.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: She realises that this is why she likes Yusha. While she had been pushing her idea of a hero onto Yusha, only considering her as the Hero and not the person she is, Yusha only saw her as 'Rona, her friend' and not the princess.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: She appears in the opening credits from the start, but doesn't show up in the series until the fifth episode.
  • Fangirl: Loves reading books about heroes and seems to adore the very idea of a Hero existing, and constantly compares the actions of Yusha and her friends to past Heroes.
  • If It's You, It's Okay: Has no issue with getting married to Yusha, even though she always expected the Hero to be a male.
  • In Love with Love: She has always dreamed of marrying a Hero and even though the current Hero is a girl, she still proposes to her... some days after meeting her. However, the ending of Episode 5 suggests that she may be falling for Yusha for real.
  • New Transfer Student: Joins the Adventurers' School at the end of Episode 5.
  • Screw the Rules, I Make Them!!: A big part of the comedy around her. Rona has no problem with abusing her power as crown princess to assist the Hero's party.
  • Secret Keeper: Subverted. At first it looks like she knows that Mao is actually the Demon Lord and, depending on how you interpret her last line of Episode 5, knows that she comes from the future. However, when point out by Mao, she reveals that it was entirely coincidental and she was just in fact going through "a phase" of quoting lines from her books.
  • Single-Target Sexuality: She loves the Hero, whether they be a boy or a girl. When Yusha brings up the fact that they're both girls after Rona proposes to her, Rona says that she'll simply change the law.
  • Victoria's Secret Compartment: She stores the Ultra Rare cards that she owns in her chest when not using them.
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Other Characters

    Meigo 
Voiced by: Satomi Sato

A Maid Golem who faithfully serves the Demon Lord. She seemingly disappeared after going off to battle Yusha's party in the previous timeline, but was eventually regurgitated by Chibi-chan without her memories.


  • Battle Butler: According to the party's returned memories, she was more powerful than the Demon Lord's Elite Four combined.
  • Faking Amnesia: She really does regain her memories from Rona's memory restoration spell, but denies it when she realizes that Mao doesn't want to fight the Hero. She's even willing to let herself be held indefinitely (since even with amnesia she's still the Demon Lord's minion) in order to protect Mao.
  • Ridiculously Human Robots: As a Golem she's only supposed to be able to mindlessly follow orders, but Chibi-chan eating the concept of "Golem" from her allowed her to think for herself. As such she seems to enjoy her reunion with Mao in Episode 11 and is visibly afraid when she fakes still having amnesia after the Hero's party identifies her as the Demon Lord's subordinate. Mao realizing that Meigo has emotions after all is the catalyst for her revealing herself as the Demon Lord and kidnapping Rona in order to protect Meigo.
  • Slasher Smile: Gives one when asking what Yusha will do next after telling the girls that Mao is the final reincarnation of the Demon Lord, and that killing her will permanently end her and that not killing her will destroy the Island.
  • Technicolor Hair: Even compared to the rest of the cast (described above as "candy floss-colored") Meigo's "hair" stands out with layers of stone-gray, blue and green.
  • You Shall Not Pass!: She went to hold back the Hero's party after they defeated Mao's Four Generals, despite knowing that she couldn't win. That was the last Mao saw of her until her unexpected return from Chibi's stomach in Episode 11.

    The Evil God 
Voiced by: Shinpachi Tsuji

An evil deity sealed away before being freed by accident by a mackerelman, and enslaved most of them, until the heroes defeat him.


  • Big Bad Wannabe: Tries to usurp the Mao's position of being a greater threat, until he gets eaten by Chibi. Twice.
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