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Kurusu Household

     In general 

  • Adaptational Modesty: Compared to canon, it shows that Juyo's efforts has paid off in keeping the harem-antics away from them.
  • Stepford Smilers: The entire household are a mix of the three types despite their cheery smiles with the apparent exceptions of Papi and Lala.
    • Type 1 (Depressed): Juyo, Rachnera.
    • Type 2 (Empty): Miia, Centorea.
    • Type 3 (Unstable): Suu.
    • Type 1/2 (Depressed Emptiness): Kurusu, Mero.

     Juyo Janai
Juyo with Suu, by Phearo
A ordinary human being who have ended up in a world of limininals for unknown reasons and assigned to the Kurusu household due to technical formalities and as a pair of extra hands for the house-stay in question.

  • Affectionate Nickname: "Romance Master" by Miia, much to his embarrassment.
  • Aloof Big Brother: To Papi.
  • Berserk Button: If his full moon-induced rant is to go by, he absolutely loathes the concept of the "Harem Genre" and spend the majority of his first time in the household to prevent it from happening.
  • Boring, but Practical: When it comes to tackling problems, he always choose the simplest and most considerate path to solve them.
  • Boy Meets Ghoul: When considering on following through on his interest with Zombina, he's all too aware about the very, very, VERY disturbing and downright lethal complications it might bring him further down the road.
  • Brutal Honesty: When angered enough, he won't hesitate to dish out his opinion to whoever he's talking to for whatever reason that got him riled up. May it be the full moon, the current structure of the CEP, or Enkidu's atrocities.
  • Character Name Alias: His alias, granted by the CEP, literally means "I'm not Juyo". (His real name, Trevor, is a secret shared with only a few, for his own protection.)
  • Chick Magnet: For all his efforts of keeping Kurusu from turning into this, he ends up drawing the affections of Mero, Zombina, Manako and Layra (Mia's mother)towards him instead.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: Deconstruction as even if he just wants to help people and see them happy, the sheer burden and stress from it threatens to break him in the far end of the line.
  • Covert Pervert: Hate of the "Harem Genre" aside, he's still just a normal human(with benefits), so he's not above "appreciating" the beauty of other women around him, (in private of course), happens more often with the non-human ones.
  • Cunning Linguist: His only liminal trait "God's Tongue" allows him to understand "any" language that has, does and ever will exist. He is not complaining.
  • Didn't Think This Through: For all of his good intentions and planning, he tend to realize far too late at times that his actions are about to bite him, either from impulsiveness or lack of self-awareness.
  • Dimensional Traveler: How he unknowingly ended up in the Liminal-Verse in the first place and what he's registered as within the CEP. It's also the one detail that gets him Mero's full attention, much to his chagrin.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Due to a certain event in his "former" past, pretzels have reached traumatic status to him.
  • Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: His burning passion in his youth, which eventually brought him to dragons and mythological creatures in general.
  • First-Person Smartass: There's a lot this man leaves unspoken, doesn't stop him from commenting on it in his head though.
  • For Happiness: He's willing to do everything in his power to ensure the happiness of the people around him. However, it wears him down every time he tries to achieve it.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: Got a nasty one over his left shoulder after his first counseling mission with Preya. He takes it in with stride and no further thought.
  • Hate at First Sight: Not a hateful man by nature, but the moment he laid eyes on "The Director", all bets were off.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: "God's Tongue", the power of understanding any language without issues might not sound so impressive in the grand setting of things. But it comes in very handy in his job at the CEP when approaching other liminals, something he himself realizes along the line.
  • Immune to Mind Control: Much to his own surprise, Lilith's mind-control bounces off him, mostly due to outside influence from within himself.
  • Instant Awesome: Just Add Dragons!: Invoked, out of all the possible mythological liminal species within the Liminal-verse, none has managed to invoke the strongest reaction of awe in him than the draconic ones. Especially when he met Vera...
  • In Vino Veritas: He and Kimihito gives each of the girls a piece of his mind after a night venting out the stress at the local bar. He almost managed to pull it off without any major bombshells dropped...almost.
  • Lunacy: Oddly enough, despite being only a liminal by technicality (being a ordinary human otherwise), he still got affected by the first full moon for a mere moment. He instantly denied it right after it happened though.
  • Mysterious Stranger: At least Doppel and Rachnera seems to think so about him.
  • Nice Guy: His dominant trait when dealing with others, and ironically enough, how he gained the attention of more than one monster girl in his surroundings.
  • Only Sane Man: From the start, due to having limited foreknowledge of the universe he ended up in, he tries to avoid being the only one in the household, efforts which eventually paid off early on.
  • Open Secret: Him being a "dimensional traveler" is treated as this, as word of his circumstances is wide-spread within the Mermaid Kingdom, much to his chagrin.
  • Perfectly Cromulent Word: He's prone to throw in his own words and phrases in conversations from time to time. Those who hears them however, thinks it's gibberish. Not even his "God's Tongue" can translate them properly.
  • Promotion to Parent: Over time, Suu comes to see him as her "father", being the first human being she ever interacted with peacefully.
  • Romantic Rain: Shared a moment of this with Mero, without realizing what he was doing until it was way too late.
  • Secret Keeper: He can never tell anyone about "how" he can predict things to come so accurately. The only ones aware of this secret, are Ms.Smith and Suu.
    • As of chapter 137, he finally breaks apart and on impulse spills the beans, starting with Miia...
  • Stepford Smiler: Type 1. As all the responsibility of his current everyday life within the Liminal-verse piles up on his shoulders, he gradually starts forcing his smiles up more and more to keep others from noticing his inner depression. Something both Rachnera and Manako spotted anyway to their concern.
  • Stoic Spectacles: Possesses a pair which he keeps on at all times.
  • Stroke the Beard: After coming to the Liminal-verse, he started developing this habit whenever he needs to think, much to his surprised pleasure.
  • The Shrink: Type 3 and his occupation within the CEP, despite lacking proper education and credentials for the job in the first place.
  • The World Is Just Awesome: His general attitude to the Liminal-Verse, being from one with liminals only existing in myth and fantasy after all.
  • Touched by Vorlons: Whatever it was that brought him through through the dimensions also granted him his "privilege" over the languages, making him this and part-liminal in the process.
  • Tranquil Fury: During his first meeting with Mero. He barely held back from lashing out in a display of sheer force of will.
  • Trapped in Another World: For all the positive attitude he displays to others, the fear of his stay in the Liminal-verse being permanent, haunts him greatly at night.
  • Unfazed Everyman: For being a "normal" human, he's surprisingly calm when caught up in disturbing situations, may it be on the receiving end of a vertical kidnapping, or clinging to a kaiju dryad or standing on the shores to one of the most terrifying places within the Far Side. Granted, he had foreknowledge of the first two and was caught completely off guard by the third, but still...
  • Verbal Tic: His habit of using his own words in conversations which grants him some mixed reactions from those he's talking to.
  • What an Idiot!: Despite his awareness of the Liminal-verse, he still took off his sunglasses in the presence of Lilith, a Lesser Succubus, during their first meeting. Lampshaded by Juyo himself as he realized how big of a fool he was for dropping his guard.
  • Wimp Fight: Gets into a dead-serious one with Kurusu, of all people, on his suggestion. at Sports Club Kobold, when in need to blow some steam after the Layra poisoning incident.
  • You Can't Fight Fate: Despite knowing beforehand and doing his best to prevent it, he still fails to stop the Kurusu-Household's mass poisoning, at the courtesy of Layra's visit.

     Kimihito Kurusu 

The home-stay host and the owner of the Kurusu Household as he is put in charge for a number of liminal girls drawn towards him. He also ends up in charge of Juyo.

  • Bureaucratically Arranged Marriage: Just as in the canon, he got dragged into the "Interspecies Marriage Program" against his consent. However, in contrast to canon, he only have to choose between two potential brides for it... and has already made up his mind about which one to choose...
  • Can't Hold His Liquor: Turns into a slurring mess really quickly when put behind a bar's counter or given a glass in his hand. However, he do manage to stay conscious regardless of how "much" he drinks, to a certain limit.
  • Clueless Chick Magnet: Even before he got dragged into the Exchange Program, he was this, even as a child.
  • The Good Samaritan: He will not turn away from anyone in need, no matter how much pressure it puts on him.
  • Got Volunteered: How he got dragged into the whole "Cultural Exchange Program" in the first place. Not that he could object.
  • House Husband: Even with Juyo and the other girls helping out, he is the one doing the majority of the chores and cooking in the household.
  • Humans Are Diplomats: Is this to his Household in general, preferring peaceful negotiations to resolve the problems of others.
  • Implacable Man: Less prominent than in the canon, but still is this, as it's one of the reasons Lala is drawn to him to begin with. This man utterly refuses to die, no matter the cause or reason.
  • I Should Have Been Better: He knows that what he's doing for the girls is admirable and all, but when he puts his efforts in comparison to the ones made by MON and Juyo. He realizes that his current self is just a glorified "domestic worker", something which also rubs him the wrong way and make him wish for more...
  • In Vino Veritas: How he almost let out the decision about who he had choosen for the "Interspecies Marriage Program" to Juyo who accidentally stopped him before revealing it.
  • Keeping Secrets Sucks: Hasn't told his family anything about his involvement in the "Cultural Exchange Program" or the "Interspecies Marriage Program" or the renovations done on their house, much to his discomfort... Not that he hasn't tried.
  • Made of Iron: Nobody knows what the deal is, but he has survived everything the world has thrown at him without any scratches. Kurusu himself shrugs it off as "Luck", Juyo however calls "bullshit" on that.
  • Megaton Punch: Got one nasty right hook when truly mad, as Juyo fearfully recalls when asked by Kurusu to spar with him after the Layra-Incident.
  • Nice Guy: The reason he keeps being a chick magnet and such a saint in general. However it also makes him quite indecisive when it comes to making choices... Much to the frustration of others.
  • Once Done, Never Forgotten: Nobody aware of his "Dark Past" will ever let it rest buried, never, much to his chagrin.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: The girls have their respective nicknames for him, and early on, even Juyo was using one. deconstructed however since Kurusu, in private, is not okay with nobody seemingly remembering his name.
    • Played with in the example of Juyo- he wasn't calling him an affectionate nickname, Juyo was calling him that because he actually thought that was Kurusu's name. As soon as he finds out the truth, he apologizes and makes sure to call him by the right one from that point on.
    • This also caused him a little bit of trouble with his godfather when the latter was invited for a small party with the rest of the household.
  • Randomly Gifted: After a private talk with Lala, she informs him about the "Blood of the Hero", the suspected source of his physical, inhuman, feats. After a long consideration with himself, he decides to put it to the test...
  • Resigned to the Call: The moment Suu showed up, he completely resigned to his fate as a homestay, much to Juyo's sympathies.
  • Tranquil Fury: The only way to tell if he gets mad, is either through a slip of tongue or being on the receiving end of his right-hand hook.
  • Unluckily Lucky: Kurusu's own "explanation" on his habit of escaping injury unscathed. Considering what he has to put up with in his canon every day life, he might be right.
  • Unwanted Harem: Subverted, amazingly enough. Sure, he's still a chick magnet and lives in a household full of girls,(sans Juyo) but thanks to Juyo's actions and engagement in dealing with the girls, only two of them are shown actually interested in Kurusu on a deeper level, and one of them is seemingly more focused on her career than chasing him.
  • Weirdness Magnet: His life in a nutshell and one of the aspects Lala took interest in regarding him.
  • Wimp Fight: Starts one with Juyo at the Sports Club Kobold's dojo when in need to vent some steam after the Layra-Poisoning incident, played dead-seriously until neither one involved could stand anymore.


A lamia, assigned to the Kurusu Household by accident on Ms.Smith's part and accepted anyways by Kurusu and the first homestay.

  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: No mistake, she does love her mother, but when said mother shows up at her homestay's house in what's essentially lingerie, in front of her homestay and her friends,then not doing anything worse than cringing become praiseworthy from Juyo's perspective.
  • Calling The Old Woman Out: When she finally decides to stand up against her mother and her ways..
  • Camera Fiend: Surprisingly enough, she got a passion for photography.
  • Flat Character: Her greatest fear within the household as being seen as just a "woman" and not a "person". Juyo tries to help her help herself out of it.
  • Grew a Spine: against her mother once the latter attempts kidnapping of Kurusu and Juyo.
  • Hidden Depths: She does have some interests and skills beyond her obsession with her "Darling-kun" that makes her far more complex than she appears. Ironically, the mere thought of not having this is her greatest fear.
  • Lethal Chef: Being part snake does not do her any favor when setting tail in the kitchen. However, she isn't entirely hopeless as long she has someone with a proper sense of taste in the kitchen with her from the get-go. Juyo openly tells her "No, throwing whatever you want in a pot because 'love guided me' is a bad idea, try following a recipe first, then experiment if it works."
  • The Love Interest: To Kimihito.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Standing up against her own mother to save Kurusu and Juyo from the collective back home takes guts.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Eggs and any dish with them in it.



A harpy brought into the Kurusu Household as part of the Cultural Exchange Program and a acknowledged accidental troublemaker in that she keeps flying away from other host families, forgetting about them by accident in the process. Currently staying with Kurusu who can keep her coming back and stay in one place unlike before. The second homestay.

     Centorea Shiantus 
A Centaur enlisted in the cultural exchange program and living within the Kurusu-household.

  • Berserk Button: Don't even dare compare her to the male centaurs.
  • Born in the Wrong Century: Is this, due to her upbringing. Doesn't stop her from fitting in with modern society though...
  • Desperately Looking for a Purpose in Life: hinted of being the main reason of her joining the Cultural Exchange Program and later on driving her into applying to MON.
  • Fatal Flaw: Pride.
  • The Fettered: Lives and breathes by her ideals, but at the expense of her common sense.
  • Gamer Chick: Well-versed in common fantasy-RPGs and have taken an interest to Dark Souls as well, which gave her certain problems really early on when she played it...
  • Hidden Depths: For all her self-proclaimed knightly chivalry and unyielding confidence, she's surprisingly insecure about herself and what to do with her life in a way that would make a difference.
  • Honor Before Reason: Her main noble trait and her biggest flaw.
  • Knight Templar: Her faith in her personal beliefs is absolute and carrying them out takes top priority, however it's a two-edged sword to her when doing so.
  • Martyr Without a Cause: Which leads her to find one through, at first, "find a master to serve" to joining MON and the "CEP" for the common good.
  • Principles Zealot: Centorea's beliefs might make her an admirable person in the eyes of others, but they're continuously causing her problems from time to time, good intentions regardless.
  • Stubborn Mule: Granted she's part horse, but this trait tends to cause her its fair share of problems, to the point where her own well-being ends up at stake unless forcefully stopped.
  • Tranquil Fury: Juyo earned this from her as he, in desperation, pushed her berserk button in an effort of resolving a dire situation. She did not appreciate it.

A slime girl who found its way into the Kurusu Household as a illegal immigrant due to her nature as a slime in the eyes of the CEP. Assigned to the household as Smith put the paperwork off the slime on hold. A upbeat, curious, child-like girl far purer than her canon counterpart and "adoptive daughter" of Juyo.

  • Adorable Abomination: If Lala's comment is anything to go by that is.
  • Amnesiacs are Innocent
  • Cheerful Child: Especially to Juyo.
  • The Cutie: Ooh yes. Her child-like mind makes her this to everyone she comes in contact with.
  • Daddy's Girl: Wants nothing more than become this to Juyo.
  • Double Consciousness: She possess three lines of thought in her mind, each providing input on whatever occupies it at the time.
  • Extreme Omnivore: Type 1. If it's organic, she can eat it, may it be dirty, raw, spoiled, plants or even Miia's cooking.
  • Genetic Memory: Whatever Juyo is seeing during their sessions.
  • The Heart: The purest and most innocent member of the household, thanks to Juyo's influence from the moment of her introduction, which sorted out some of her canon counterpart's nastier habits from ever taking root.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: Not above eating other people as nourishment in the past, even if she lacked the understanding of what she was doing at the time.
  • Immunity Disability: As a slime, she possess immunity from lethal poisons, however, anything that isn't "lethal" still affects her, such as sedatives and toxins, meaning that she can be drugged.
  • The Ingenue: Due to Juyo's intervention and upbringing, has remained this, in sharp contrast to her canon counterpart.
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: A pure platonic example. Juyo's happiness takes top priority in her eyes and if anyone else can give him that where she can't, she will support it to 100%. No questions asked.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: To Juyo, as she is the only one that can understand the pressure on his shoulders from keeping everything to himself. He deeply appreciates her efforts and concern.
  • Older Than They Look: Looks like a little girl, hinted of being way older than that.
  • Power Copying: A very mundane version of this, used mostly in social contexts such as learning language, morality and knowledge. This ability involves physical aspects as well such as appearances, forms and sizes of others.
  • Really 700 Years Old: If Lala is serious about Suu's potential origins then Suu and her species predates all other liminals by a gigantic margin, even the shapeshifters.
  • Repressed Memories: Her entire life before gaining an awareness is this to her.
  • Secret Keeper: One of few who knows Juyo's "true" name...and his entire past on top of that.
  • Shipper on Deck: With whoever Juyo shows some "interest" in, due to some bad influence from the memories of his "other" friends.
  • Slime Girl: She is a slime that has female form and identifies as a girl.
  • Touch Telepathy: With Juyo, allowing her to see into his memories when permitted and unknowingly to her, works both ways as Juyo found out to his great confusion.]]
  • Transferable Memory: Capable of this, as its through this method she has matured mentally through leeching on Juyo's mind and skills through their therapy sessions. Also comes in handy when it comes to learning how to play video-games.
  • Trigger Phrase: "Tiamat".. Her thoughts and memories turns into a mess when it's even mentioned once, much to her frustration and confusion.
  • Walking the Earth: What she did before coming to Japan and the Kurusu Household]].
  • You Are Who You Eat: Her child form is a result of this.

     Meroune Lorelei 

A mermaid brought into the Kurusu Houshold on Ms.Smith's insistence and the fifth homestay. A tragedy-fetishist learning the ways of the people.

     Rachnera Arachnera 
An Arachne brought into the Kurusu Household which, due to Juyo's involvement, occurred during quite some tense circumstances.



MON (Monster Ops: Neutralization)


The overworked main operator in charge for Japan's CEP branch of the "Cultural Exchange Program" and squad leader for MON.

  • The Atoner: Her reason of becoming involved in the CEP and make it work.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: Not only is she the main operator for Japane's branch of the CEP, she's also the founder of "MON" and not someone not to be messed around with as a certain Orc got to experience firsthand.
  • Beleaguered Bureaucrat: Turns out to be this as a result of too much work regarding the "Exchange Program" and not having enough competent people around to deal with it.
  • Cool Shades: Part of her uniform, and practical as well when dealing with certain liminal species...
  • Gut Feeling: Her reason of putting all those girls in Kimihito's care and why she hired Juyo as a counselor. Despite her appearances, her intuition when it comes to dealing with others is sharp as a scalpel.
  • Must Have Caffeine: With the massive workload she got, can anyone blame her?
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: The most responsible and dedicated member of the Exchange Program seen thus far and for a good reason.
  • Secret Keeper: The only one who knows about how Juyo learned about future events ahead of time to counter them through the medium of the manga based on the Liminal Universe
  • Sharp-Dressed Woman: Whenever she's on the job and taking it seriously, she's this.
  • Sunglasses at Night: Regardless the situation, she always wears her shades on. Something Juyo even noticed upon their first meeting.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Coffee.




A nervous Russian monoeye and Mon's resident sniper.


A french ogre and the negotiator/muscle of MON's team.

  • Girly Bruiser: Adorable, loves the color pink and a real sweetheart while also one of the strongest women in-story, MON's "muscle" and the first one to call for when dealing with the dangerous liminal-species.
  • Mighty Glacier: One half of her job as a support in terms with physically dealing with larger hostile liminals.
  • Talking Down the Suicidal: Her other half of her job and the one best suited for it whenever the situation arises.


     Manroot the Mandrake 

Juyo's first assignment, a painfully shy Portuguese Mandrake which needs to open up a little more.

     Draco the Dragonnewt 

     Preya the Raptor Harpy 

Juyo's second assignment, a neglected Indian raptor harpy in need for a change of air.

  • Broken Bird: Pun not intended, her haughty attitude is only matched by her massive disappointment in the "Exchange Program" beneath it.
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: after being assigned to a much more friendlier homestay.
  • Ice Queen: Completely froze over into one during her first homestay experience... She starts thawing during her second, though...
  • Never My Fault: Comical version as she claims to be " a little out of practice" after failing to catch prey.
  • Screw This, I'm Out of Here!: The moment Juyo opened the window of her first homestay's place at their first meeting, she took off.
  • Tsundere: Non-romantic example and her way of showing kindness.



     Romera the Early Zombie 

Zombina's elder sister and roommate out of necessity due to her certain "medical condition".


     Layra the Elder Lamia 

Miia's mother and a Chthonian lamia from the Far Side.

  • Crazy-Prepared: What does she do when any chance to slip a poison in the drinks is prevented? she lets out a airborne toxin instead to do the job. She's far craftier than Juyo gave credit for.
  • Evil Slinks: Being a lamia and on the dark end of questionable morality, qualifies.
  • Femme Fatale: She's hot and she knows it.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: After Miia's defiant refusal of aiding in the kidnapping, Layra simply surrenders when MON storms the household.
  • Lady in Red: A literal example, as she's the one her daughter inherited her red scale pigmentation from, but in contrast to her daughter, she's no prude.
  • Master Poisoner: To the point where not even Juyo, with foreknowledge about her, could do enough to prevent the poisoning from playing out.
  • My Beloved Smother: To her daughter, treating her like a child and fully expect her to follow every order she makes.
  • Speed Blitz: Sure, there was a distraction in the room with them, but the feat of slipping another poison into Suu's drink without anyone even noticing or suspecting it, deserves praise. Justified if one recalls the speeds which snakes can move in when going for the bite and what kind of species she is.
  • Villainous BSoD: After Miia chews her out verbally and refuse to help out with the abduction, all Layra can do is stare in shock over her daughter's newfound courage until MON arrives on the scene.

The Takasaka Household

The household of a certain bicycle cop and one of Juyo's recent assignments as a counselor.

     In General 
  • Darker and Edgier: The household itself is a darker counterpart of the Kirusu household and far less friendly between each other as well.
  • Evil Counterpart: subverted, not exactly "evil" but definitely far more dangerous in terms of homestays when compared to the Kurusu household's occupants.
  • Wake-Up Call Boss: To Juyo who even realize how lucky he had been until he encountered them.

     Hyousuke Takasaka 

  • Creepy Shadowed Undereyes: When Juyo meets him in person for the first time, he sports this, no doubt from the exhaustion of his current assignment of keeping his six homestays along with the burdens of his job in tandem with it.
  • Determinator: Once he puts his mind into something, nothing is going to stop or discourage him from getting the job done. Nothing.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Said cop was encountered earlier when Juyo was being kidnapped by Rachnera, where he briefly investigated a noise source and then left.
  • Extreme Doormat: The reason his house is the place where six extremely dangerous liminals are staying under his supervision? He couldn't say no to his bosses when they picked him for the job.


An Echida who once was part of a black market scheme with her former homestay until she had a change of heart. Due to her unfortunate circumstances, she's currently under valuation at the Takasaka household.


A Wyvern staying with Takasaka as she's found socially too inept of fitting in with society at the time being.

  • AmbiguousDisorder: It's not clear what it is, but there's something "off" with her that most people cues in on instantly when around her. It's hinted that it might be a form of autism.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: A Wyvern and in contrast to Draco, actually capable of flight.

A large-Breed Arachne (Tarantula) and illegal immigrant who due to religious reasons refuses to leave Japan and got assigned to the Takasaka household for the time being.

  • Against My Religion: Her reasons for refusing to leave Japan.
  • Hidden Depths: Invoked and lampshaded. She warns Juyo on taking the girls of the Takasaka household at face value for his further sessions with them. He appreciates the gesture.
  • Neat Freak: Her room is exceptionally clean, (with the exception of the most recent bristles of her fur that comes off whenever she moves) as Juyo noticed upon entry.
  • Religious Bruiser: Her reason for staying in Japan for the time being? She wants to see the Youkai Parade of a hundred monsters...and beat it up as a sacrifice to her God. Her being a large breed arachne only add on her credibility to back the claim up.
  • The Illegal: How she got the Japan in the first place.
  • Token Religious Teammate: Within the Takasaka household, she is this to the others.


A Shark-mermaid and former member of a rouge Organization called Charybdis, who turned herself in to turn over on a new leaf. Currently staying with the Takasaka household.

  • Reformed Criminal: Her current aspiration in life.
  • Ruthless Modern Pirates: A former one and one of a small group of Shark-Mermaids that doesn't just have the piracy as a fetish.
  • The Prankster: Using Vera's panties as an eyepatch as a start, makes her this.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: Her home-country, the Mermaid Kingdom, doesn't take kindly to the crime of piracy in the slightest. She will be executed for her former crimes, if she ever set fin in her old homeland ever again. No discussion.


A Black Slime currently staying in the Takasaka household and with a history to Enkidu and Kuroko Smith personally.

  • Noodle Incident: Whatever happened in Roanapur, it was bad enough to prompt its complete annihilation due to her involvement in it.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: Due to a certain Enkidu caused incident she ended up destroying the majority of "Roanapur" in her rampage.
  • Shell-Shocked Veteran: Slips into lapses of PTSD from her "violent" past, making her dangerous and unapproachable to anyone but Takasaka.
  • Slime Girl: Only she's composed by toxic sludge and not just slime...
  • Poisonous Person: Touching her for prolonged periods of time is not recommended.
  • Walking Wasteland: As so accurately described by Juyo, she's by default "a walking biohazard". Subverted however, in that she's doing her best to keep her toxic influence at a minimum through massive effort on her part.

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