This page is for characters appearing primarily in Evil Food Eater Conchita for the Evillious Chronicles.
- "Now, eat it all!"
The Villain Protagonist for the "Gluttony" arc of the series, a Duke of Beelzenia that has a very strange taste for her food. At first only ate the most delicious and exquisite food before she became gravely ill from overeating. After making a deal with the Demon of Gluttony, she became able to eat anything and her taste devolved into cannibalism.
- Affably Evil: Evil, crazy and cannibalistic yes, but no one ever said she wasn't polite. Most notably shown with her interactions with Allen in the "Seven Crimes and Punishments" short story, wherein she acts relatively friendly toward him.
- A Glass of Chianti: Though whether it actually is wine is very, very questionable.
- Abusive Parents: Her mother force-fed her and punished her when she didn't eat all her food, and as a mother comes really close to almost eating her child!
- Ambiguous Situation:
- How did she eat herself? The world may never know.
- It's left intentionally vague as to whether or not she really wanted to eat her baby and only chose not to solely to spite the demon or if she truly cared about the baby (albeit not understanding why). For what it's worth, she insists it was the former while Allen internally comments that it must have been the latter.
- Aristocrats Are Evil: Like Venomania, one of the Five Dukes of Beelzenia, only second in power to the Royal Family. She's also an opsomaniatic cannibal who's not above sending an undead army against her opponents.
- Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence: An evil variant, after eating the Demon of Gluttony itself, she overwrote it and became the new Demon of Gluttony
- Auto Cannibalism: Having eaten almost everything in her reach, she decides the only thing left is to eat herself.
- Bad Boss: She's a bad boss to her chefs, as she kills and eats them each time they become fed up with her gruesome appetite, but when it comes to her actual servants this is subverted—she's evidently a good enough boss that Arte, Pollo, and two later servants, Eater and Lich, have Undying Loyalty to her.
- Big Eater: A slim variety, but only slim after her contract. She always eats with multiple plates on her table at all times.
- Bizarre Taste in Food: It's par for the course after her demon contract that she eats the weirdest things; one of her trademarks, though, is making a wine with blood in it.
- Black Hole Belly: She's constantly eating and eating pretty much anything she can. She states in her song that she's never full.
- Blue Blood: Not only she is an aristocrat, but she is also a descendant of Princess Maylis and Duke Venomania.
- The Brute: As the Master of the Graveyard, she served as the muscle of the sin vessels.
- Came Back Strong: After she eats herself she becomes the new Demon of Gluttony.
- Cannibalism Superpower: After devouring the Demon of Gluttony, Banica obtains all of its powers, memories, and properties.
- Catchphrase: "[Blank], I wonder what you taste like?"
- Card-Carrying Villain: Probably the biggest one of the sin contractors. Unlike the others, who do try to justify their actions or (as is the case with Riliane and Margarita) don't even realize what they're doing is wrong, Banica is not afraid to admit that she's a hedonistic monster through and through.
- Comfort Food: When she was little everything was comfort food. When she got older it narrowed down to her eating people when she was stressed; eventually, even Carlos turned into her comfort food—and she was comforting herself about him dying in the first place! The latter example could also double as Heartbreak and Ice Cream.
- The Corrupter: She becomes the demon of Gluttony after her death, with her influence including chasing after the Lucifen twins, possessing Riliane, and then possessing Ney in the Praefacio of Blue climax.
- Crazy Consumption: Ever since she was a child she ate messily and disturbed other people with her table manners; there's also how she eats bites off of her undead henchman following the contract.
- Curtains Match the Windows: No matter what shade her hair is, it always matches her eyes—this gives her a more demonic appearance when it's reddish brown.
- Deal with the Devil: She accepted the possession because the Demon offered the chance to "Taste everything in the world"
- Death by Gluttony: There's the obvious, Banica eating herself, but even more so this was going to be her fate before she made her contract. She'd eaten so much she was on her death bed in her early twenties.
- Demonic Possession: Possessed by the demon of Gluttony.
- Dystopia Justifies the Means: As the new Demon of Gluttony her end goal is to bring about the "Graveyard" ending for the Third Period, meaning she gets to eat the entire world.
- Eaten Alive: The fate of some of her victims. In a very weird sense, she subjects herself to this by eating herself...somehow...]
- Eats Babies: Almost; she almost eats her own baby before deciding to spite the demon and refuse.
- Elegant Gothic Lolita: As the Master of the Graveyard, she wears clothing that is inspired by a mix of Victorian clothing and Gothic Lolita style.
- Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: An odd example, as Banica demonstrates an inability to comprehend her own good—after being commanded to eat her own son, she just kind of looks at him and smiles, feeling happiness "without understanding why". She proceeds to protest to the Demon that she wants to eat the baby but can't bring herself to do it for some reason. In the afterlife, she insists that she would have eaten the baby in a heartbeat and only refused because she was sick of the Demon bossing her around. However, Allen internally notes that this feels like Suspiciously Specific Denial and that she must have felt some affection for her child.
- Eviler Than Thou: In the last chapters of the Pierrot novel she bursts in on Irina and Levia's duel to assert her own dominance as the arch villain of the series, attacking them with a giant zombie.
- Faux Affably Evil: In "Master of the Graveyard", she speaks very cordially to those she's about to kill and devour.
- For the Evulz: Before and after becoming the new Demon of Gluttony, her only motivation is to be entertained and eat as much as possible.
- Giggling Villain: In "Master of the Graveyard", she goes "fufufu" at the thought of being able to eat people.
- Healing Factor: As part of her contract with the demon she is able to heal quickly from any injury.
- The Hedonist: Possibly more so than her ancestor Venomania. In "Master of the Graveyard," her Servants claim that she wants to have a "party that goes on until the end comes".
- Hijacking Cthulhu: She replaced the demon of Gluttony. By eating it.
- Humanoid Abomination: Becomes this after eating the Demon of Gluttony, effectively becoming the new Demon of Gluttony and inheriting all the powers that come with it.
- Identical Grandson: She looks like her ancestor Maylis.
- I'm a Humanitarian: To her, humans are some of the most ultimate food and she eats pretty much anyone that gets on her bad side.
- Is It Something You Eat?: When told about a vaccine, she questioned what it was and if it was delicious.
- Jabba Table Manners: Since she was young she was taught to eat like a starving person; she gets better, but reverted back to this at one point as a teenager when suffering a PTSD flashback.
- Karma Houdini: When you get right down to it, Conchita never truly gets punished; despite her death, she still gets exactly what she wanted (to eat every type of food in the world) and ended up continuing her existence through the Demon of Gluttony. By the end of the series, she still gets exactly what she wants, to visit other worlds with her friends and sample its denizens.
- Karma Houdini Warranty: Subverted—"Banica Concerto!!" reveals that at some point (implicitly the very start of her journey), her ship starts to malfunction and nearly crashes during her travels through the multiverse. However, the ship somehow manages to get back on track and its maiden voyage is ultimately a success.
- Masochist's Meal: Before becoming a cannibal even—there's a scene in the novel where she eats worms for dessert.
- Mama Bear: A somewhat odd version. She is ordered to eat her baby by the Demon of Gluttony and considers going through with it, but in the end she refuses and opts to eat herself. In "Capriccio Farce," she snaps rather cruelly at Gear when he gets irritated by her servants.
- Many Spirits Inside of One: Played with: after she ate Vlad and Carlos, they continued to exist within her soul. But they can't really do anything, they simply exist there.
- Necromancer: After her deal with the Demon of Gluttony.
- Meaningful Name: Crossing over with Significant Anagram; her first name is a torsion of the word cannibal". Her father's name, Muzuri, completes the word when reversed, sounding out "lism".
- Nice Hat: Wears a cute little top hat with a veil as the Master of the Graveyard.
- Noblewoman's Laugh: In "Master of the Graveyard". Not as loud as Riliane's, but it's still there...
- MotGY: Oh ho ho ho! Welcome to the Evils Forest!
- Obsessed with Food: There was a reason she was approached by the Demon of Gluttony.
- One-Track-Minded Hunger: Ultimately her goals are constructed so that she can eat the entire world and everyone in it, outside of whether that's good or bad. Not as mindless as some examples though.
- Pet the Dog:
- For all of Conchita's worst traits, she does seem to genuinely care about Arte and Pollo, to the point that when she's resurrected as the Master of the Graveyard, they're still happily by her side.
- Allen seems to see her refusing to eat her baby as this. While she claims that she only did it to spite the demon, Allen doesn't believe it and internally insists that she must have felt some kind of affection for the baby.
- Speaking of Allen, she's fairly nice to him in general. During her time possessing Riliane, she even shared with him a "secret", which later became the basis for Riliane sending her Regret Message.
- Please Don't Leave Me: A variant; the last thing she says to Carlos as he dies is a saddened "You're running away again and leaving me alone".
- Post-Stress Overeating: From before and after her contract, her biggest binges came after several tragedies; her mother dying, her engagement being broken, and when Carlos dies.
- Shared Family Quirks: She uses the same speech patterns as Maylis, so that to Allen their speech is almost identical.
- She Is the King: Uses the title of Duke, despite being female. This carries on as the Master of the Graveyard.
- Slasher Smile: Shown in some illustrations of the novel.
- The Starscream: As the Master of the Graveyard, she plans on causing a lot of chaos in defiance of the Clockwork Doll.
- Take a Third Option: At the end of the world, when given the choice between staying in the Third Period or moving on to the Fourth Period, she instead decides to travel to a new dimension entirely. She almost quotes this trope verbatim when explaining it in Outlaw & Lychgate.
- Tearful Smile: Apparently gave a teary-eyed Slasher Smile when eating her former fiancé.
- Trademark Favorite Food: A local wine named Blood Grave.
- Trauma Button: Clearly not anymore by the time she's an adult, but when she was a teenager seeing the Glass at her engagement dinner triggered Banica into having a PTSD attack and eating like a maniac in front of everyone so her mother wouldn't punish her.
- Used to Be a Sweet Kid: During her childhood and up until her teens she was shy, polite, and considerate of others. She even abstains from eating during a famine at the end of the Gula years in an attempt to have more food for her ailing household. She doesn't really become the brash, hedonistic cannibal that she's famous as until after the demon contract.
- Very Loosely Based on a True Story: In-universe, her exploits as a cannibal makes her remembered by people nowadays as vampire ala Elizabeth Báthory from a local folktale.
- Villainous Glutton: Quite monstrous in her appetite, and as the story progresses it only gets worse.
- Villains Out Shopping: When not eating, she usually did gardening, of all things. She ate what she grew.
- Villain with Good Publicity: Played with. For her contributions to Beelzenian cuisine, she's lauded as a hero, well loved by many nobles, and even undoes the damage to her family's reputation committed by her father. This is all before she makes the contract—her behaviors after it are so appalling that even hundreds of years later she's famously the inspiration for a vampire legend. At the same time, though, there are still people by Riliane's time who are singing her praises for her earlier work.
- Violently Protective Girlfriend: By Word of God, Conchita loves Carlos so much that she would eat anyone who tried to take him away from her.
- Walking the Earth: Banica had expressed a desire to do this, traveling the world and sampling the many dishes of many cultures. She gets her wish in the finale, when Seth provides her with a means to walk the multiverse.
- Wild Card: One of the things that makes Banica so dangerous is the fact that in the end, she's on no one's side but her own. There have so far been two occurrences wherein two evils were fighting against each other and she showed up basically just to beat both of them and usurp their status for herself.
- "Praise and worship—"
The female of a pair of twin servants that are so twisted that they serve Conchita's bizarre appetite with delight, the smarter but more violent tempered of the two. She is a reincarnation of Gretel, and with her brother Pollo she has been serving Conchita since she was a child.
- Animal Motifs: Her new body is referred to as a "rabbit" in "grEAT Journey".
- Blood Knight: She's the one who usually commands Conchita's undead army, and her Catch Phrase is "War, this means war!"
- The Brute: Usually does the grunt work for her boss, although not quite as much as Pollo.
- Catch Phrase: Arte's "THIS MEANS WAR!"
- Classical Mythology: Arte's name is derived from one of the twin Gods "Artemis".
- Creepy Twins: Half the time. She often stands side by side with her brother giving an identical smile and both finishing each other's sentences. When they're not doing this, though, they're getting into goofy arguments.
- Co-Dragons: To Conchita, with Pollo.
- Finishing Each Other's Sentences: When not speaking in unison with Pollo, Arte tends to either finish his sentences or have him finish hers.
- Hair-Raising Hare: Her Beast Man form in "grEAT Journey" is a rabbit, and she's still happily sacrificing people for Banica's appetite.
- Half-Identical Twins: With her brother, Pollo, as they are reincarnations of Hansel and Gretel, who were this due to the nature of their birth.
- Laughably Evil: Half the time, she and Pollo act as comic relief.
- Morality Pet: Subverted; Conchita sees Arte as one of her closest friends, but not only is she almost as cruel as she is, their closeness doesn't stop her from eating Arte.
- Pint-Sized Powerhouse: She and Pollo were both able to overpower Ron Grapple, a fully grown man, with almost no problem whatsoever.
- Older Than They Look: Looks fourteen-fifteen, but is actually around Banica's age (if not older)
- Past-Life Memories: She recalls and speak about events that happened to Hansel and Gretel as though it happened to her and her brother. This is speculated to be the reason why she is loyal to Banica, who resembles Meta, and is the reason why she dislikes Joseph, who resembles Adam.
- Psychopathic Manchild: Not only does she look young, but she acts young too, pulling childish pranks and playing games—while also still killing people.
- Reincarnation: The Gretel of this era.
- Slasher Smile: Her smile makes others uncomfortable; a particular page from the Conchita novel shows her making this face right before they both kill Ron Grapple.
- Sibling Yin-Yang: Arte is far more clever and selfish, while Pollo acts more innocent, but not too bright.
- Single-Minded Twins: She does differ sometimes in behavior from Pollo, but certainly not in her desires or loyalties.
- Speak in Unison: When they're together, often Arte speaks in unison with Pollo.
- Theme Twin Naming: Named after twins Artemis and Apollo along with Pollo.
- Undying Loyalty: Because she is Gretel's reincarnation, it's suspected she sees their "mother" in Conchita and is completely loyal to her. By the end of the Chronicles, she and Pollo willingly join Banica in the Neo Black Box to travel to other worlds.
- "—our great Lord Conchita!"
The male of a pair of twin servants that are so twisted that they serve Conchita's bizarre appetite with delight, the dumber but more mild-mannered of the two. He is a reincarnation of Hansel, and with his sister Arte he has been serving Conchita since he was a child.
- Animal Motifs: His new body is referred to as a "rabbit" in "grEAT Journey".
- Annoying Laugh: Pollo's "Gihihi!". Arte even complains about it.
- The Brute: He usually does the grunt work for his boss and for Arte, if Arte isn't helping.
- Classical Mythology: Pollo's names is derived from one of the twin Gods "Apollo".
- Creepy Twins: Only half the time. A primary demonstration of their creepiness is the scene where they confront Ron, with Pollo standing beside Arte with an identical smile and finishing her sentences. But there are also plenty of scenes where they serve as comic relief.
- Co-Dragons: To Conchita, with Arte.
- Dumb Muscle: Pollo is as strong as his sister but doesn't have any common sense, and is called a "Stupid Servant" out of universe.
- Evil Laugh: Pollo's "Geheehee/Gehohoho" (etc) laugh is supposed to be this, telling Arte he picked it out because they're the villains. She just finds it annoying.
- Finishing Each Other's Sentences: When not speaking in unison with Arte, Pollo tends to either finish her sentences or have her finish his.
- Giggling Villain: Pollo has his "gihihi" laugh.
- Hair-Raising Hare: His Beast Man form in "grEAT Journey" is a rabbit, and he's still happily sacrificing people for Banica's appetite.
- Half-Identical Twins: With his sister, Arte, as they are reincarnations of Hansel and Gretel, who were this themselves because of how they were made.
- Laughably Evil: Half the time, he and Arte act as comic relief.
- Morality Pet: Subverted; Conchita sees them as him as one of her closest friends, but not only is he almost as nuts as she is, their closeness doesn't stop her from eating him.
- Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Pollo kills a Beelzenian soldier without a problem despite his small size.
- Older Than They Look: Looks fourteen-fifteen, but is around Banica's age (if not older)
- Past-Life Memories: He recalls events that happened to Hansel and Gretel as though it happened to them. This is speculated to be the reason why he is loyal to Banica, who resembles Meta, and is the reason why he dislikes Joseph, who resembles Adam.
- Psychopathic Manchild: Not only does he look young, but he acts young too, pulling childish pranks and playing games—while also still killing people.
- Reincarnation: The Hansel of this era.
- Skewed Priorities: After Arte is eaten by Banica, Pollo's only real concern is the fact that Banica has eaten the last person in the mansion who is able to cook.
- Slasher Smile: His smiles make others uncomfortable; a particular page from the Conchita novel shows him making this face right before he and Arte kill Ron Grapple.
- Sibling Yin-Yang: Pollo acts more innocent, but not too bright, while Arte is far more clever and selfish.
- Single-Minded Twins: He does differ sometimes in behavior from Arte, but certainly not in his desires or loyalties.
- Speak in Unison: When they're together, often Pollo speaks in unison with Arte.
- Theme Twin Naming: Named after twins Artemis and Apollo along with Arte.
- Undying Loyalty: Because he is Hansel's reincarnation, it's suspected he sees their "mother" in Conchita and is completely loyal to her. By the end of the Chronicles, he and Arte willingly join Banica in the Neo Black Box to travel to other worlds.
- Villains Out Shopping: He enjoys playing sports with zombie soldiers.
- "Before long might I be able to take a vacation?"
Banica Conchita's fifteenth chef, whom is later eaten by Banica. In reality he's the third Prince of Marlon, Carlos, who used to be engaged to her. After being captured and held as a political prisoner, he overhears AB-CIR and Platonic discussing Banica, and offers to infiltrate her mansion for them. He has his own song, "Drug of Gold," in answer to Banica's.
- Animal Motifs: Dogs, especially in his song "Drug of Gold"—the song even abbreviates to "D.O.G", he describes himself as always running away "like a dog with its tail between its legs" and his new body is referred to as a "blue dog" in "grEAT Journey".
- Arranged Marriage: With Conchita, briefly.
- Butt-Monkey: Nothing ever goes right for this guy; his engagement is broken off because the girl he was supposed to marry was terrifying at the dinner table, he gets captured by the Lord of Castle Hedgehog and has to go undercover cooking in the home of a cannibal, the twins Arte and Pollo harass him daily just because his blue hair reminds them of Adam, when he tries to escape he's brought back fairly quickly, and then he tries to commit suicide while taking Banica with him, and she survives easily.
- Curtains Match the Windows: Both his eyes and hair are blue, as par the course for a Marlon.
- Dead Person Impersonation: There was a real Joseph once, the best chef in the world, but he was killed by AB-CIR before being replaced with Carlos Marlon.
- Driven to Suicide: In an attempt to save both of them, he briefly attempted to kill both himself and Conchita by shedding the dust from the Golden Key and mixing it into Conchita's soup. It failed with Banica.
- Face Death with Dignity: In "Drug of Gold", he seems pretty okay with being eaten by his fiancee, seeing it as a way for him to always be with her and never run away again. It seems that both he and Banica have issues.
- Identical Grandson: To Karchess.
- Ill Girl: Male variant. Since childhood he's had a weak constitution and was unable to do very much in his youth; he needs to continually take the gold dust from the Vessel of Wrath mixed with ziz tiama ink to keep himself healthy.
- It's All My Fault: In "Drug of Gold", he laments that if he hadn't run away from her all his life, he might have been able to save Banica from her descent into madness.
- Heroic Self-Deprecation: "Heroic" is a relative term here, but he sees himself as a coward who can only run away from his problems and blames himself for Conchita's descent into madness.
- Jerkass: Described as looking down on those of lower status than him.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Even after the engagement dissolved, he worried about Banica, and he agreed to pose as her chef partly to see how she was doing after her collapse.
- King Incognito: Contracted by AB-CIR to pass as a chef, infiltrate the Conchita Mansion and steal the glass.
- Meaningful Funeral: Conchita eating his flesh in the novel is a twisted variant of this trope; a far cry from the song's portrayal of the event as a Moral Event Horizon for Conchita.
- Mercy Kill: Later on as he works with Banica he sees that she's too far gone in her demon contract to help, and decides that it would be better to take her out with himself.
- Murder-Suicide: Attempted this. It didnt work out as planned.
- Perfectly Arranged Marriage: Played with; he and Banica came to love each other after the engagement was off. Before that, Carlos was shocked with the way Conchita looked and ate.
- Parental Neglect: Part of the reason Carlos was a jerk was because he was shunned by the rest of his family simply because he had a weak constitution.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: He does attempt to flee the estate when he sees what Banica has become, but Arte and Pollo track him down and drag him back.
- Supreme Chef: Joseph is known as the best chef in the world, but this is subverted by Carlos, who's average at best, but doesn't have any problem impersonating him since Conchita's taste had already devolved into the grotesque.
- Throw the Dog a Bone: A literal example, even. "grEAT Journey" reveals that he was revived somehow and got to travel with Banica just like they wanted—and he becomes an actual dog-man in the process!
- Together in Death: His reason for poisoning himself and Banica was that he didn't want to run away from his love, who had become a monster because of the demon.
- Fortunately for him, mothy confirmed by Word of God that because Banica ate his remains, he continues to exist inside her soul, and as such can continue to remain by her side forever. Although this means that he also has to exist alongside Vlad
- Tsundere: In the non-canon yonkoma he's played up explicitly as being a male variant, angrily giving young Banica his coat so she won't be cold, baking her a cake (but it's not like it's for her or anything,) etc.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Gets this from being a member of the Marlon line and played by KAITO.
- "The problem is this mysterious disease afflicting my house."
Banica Conchitas father and the previous duke of their territory. He accidentally infects himself and the rest of his household with the Gula disease for ten years by serving up a forbidden Baemu pig; eventually, he himself suffers heart failure and dies, though not before being succeeded by his daughter.
- Blue Blood: From a line of aristocrats given successively more power in Beelzenia until becoming Dukes.
- Extreme Omnivore: Because of the Gula disease Muzuri, on impulse, is driven to eat dangerous things like mirror shards, debris and rocks from the road, and even fire. However, the trope is played with in that he can't naturally digest any of that and has to resist these urges.
- Honor Before Reason: He'd rather eat the baemu and risk dying from any debris inside (since a wine glass had been discovered in its stomach) than hold off and live for his daughter.Muzuri: If I die, tell Banica, "Your father died seeking the greatest food and was a wonderful man," when she grows up.
- It's All My Fault: Explicitly blames himself for his wife's madness; she originally had no appetite and didn't want to eat the baemu, but he insisted she try at least a bite.
- Kill the Ones You Love: Realizing that his wife had gone mad as she attempts to steal his sword to carve up a corpse, and too weak to physically subdue her, Muzuri kills her with his sword instead. With Banica watching.
- Love at First Sight: Falls instantly in love with Banica's mother and overcomes numerous obstacles to marry her; tragic considering how she dies.
- Punny Name: With the katakana reversed, Muzuri's name is the suffix "-lism." Added to Banica's name switched around, it sounds out "cannibalism."
- So Proud of You: After hearing that Banica managed to win back the Duke title for their family, he dies proud of his daughter.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Curses his entire household in the process of trying to celebrate Banicas birth, assuming that the Baemu pig had been a gift from God.
- "...Eat. There should be nothing left."
Banica Conchitas mother and a member of the Glassred family. She is cursed along with the rest of the household when she eats the forbidden Baemu and her husband is later forced to kill her.
- Abusive Parents: Would shove leftovers down her young daughters throat if she failed to eat them, among other things; Banica is described as growing up fearing her mother.
- Blue Blood: The daughter of a Prime Minister and a member of the Glassred family.
- Fat Bastard: Because of the Gula disease forcing her to always eat, she becomes excessively fat and her personality goes downhill with it.
- Force Feeding: She force-fed her daughter the leftovers she left behind out of frustration that she was the only one in the household not suffering from Gula.
- Formerly Fit: In contrast, she was described as having once had the slender body of an antelope.
- I'm a Humanitarian: Eventually gets so desperate to satiate her appetite that she tries to eat the servants corpses. As seen above, it leads to her death.
- Punny Name: Her name is a pun on the word "gourmet".
- Took a Level in Jerkass: After being cursed by the Baemu, the kind-hearted woman Muzuri fell in love with became spiteful and aggressive, and took out her anger on Banica.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Being part of the Glassred family, she has the green hair characteristic of Elphes.
The Conchita family's head chamberlain and one of the few to survive the mess that was Banica's childhood.
- He Knows Too Much: He just had to go clean Arte and Pollo's room and pick up that wine glass...
- Killed Offscreen: The scene in the novel cuts away just as Arte and Pollo grab his neck.
- Old Retainer: He serves as the most loyal and longstanding servant in the Conchita household, to Muzuri and his daughter Banica.
- Prophetic Name: Is grappled to death.
- Sole Survivor: Out of all the other servants he is the only one to not die of the Gula disease when Banica was a child.
- Undying Loyalty: To the Conchita family. Turned literal later; when he's turned into a zombie, he still begs Elluka to help Banica once given the ability to speak.
Conchita's fourteenth chef; after serving her for a time, he became disgusted with her appetite and tried to quit, although Banica decided to kill him instead.
- Dead Guy on Display: Platonic stumbles upon his body crucified by Arte and Pollo in Banica's mansion.
- Eye Scream: After he's resurrected by the Glass, his eyes fall out.
- Fate Worse than Death: He's resurrected by the Glass of Conchita and ends up being eaten by Banica while he's still conscious.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Attempted this with Banica's appetite becoming insatiable and disgusting, but was killed before he had the chance.
- Also see Eve Moonlit
A noble from Merigod who escaped from her life of luxury to be a free thief. Employed by AB-CIR to steal the vessels of Gluttony and Envy.
- Amnesiac Dissonance: Although Platonic has a no-kill policy for her jobs, Eve and her other identities have had no problem killing other people to obtain their goals.
- Anti-Magic: She isn't affected by the powers of the Demons of Sin, making her perfect to collect them for AB-CIR. This is because, as Eve Moonlit she is herself, in a way, a Demon of Sin.
- Blue Blood: She is the daughter of a noble family from Elphegort.
- Classy Catburglar: Apparently a very famous one at that, referred to as the "Phantom Thief."
- Code Name: "Platonic" is not her real name, just her code name as a thief. Her real name is unknown.
- Curtains Match the Windows: Both eyes and hair are a shade of green.
- Dead Person Impersonation: She's Eve impersonating the daughter of a Calgaround lord who ran away from home and was likely killed.
- Identical Grandson: Identical to her ancestor, Mikulia Greeonio, who herself looks like Eve. This is because she's really Eve herself.
- I Just Want to Be Free: Her main motive. She dreams of being self-sufficient and not trapped by being a noble.
- Karmic Thief: Became quite famous for stealing invaluable treasures from petty aristocrats so she could live her dream.
- NEET: Elluka accuses her of having been this at home in one of the comedy manga shorts.
- Obfuscating Stupidity: At times she pretends to be more childish and uninformed than she really is in order to keep her cards close to her chest (like feigning ignorance to Elluka about the wineglass in Conchita's estate, despite having snuck in there earlier specifically to steal it).
- Thou Shalt Not Kill: Has this policy in her dealings.
- Victoria's Secret Compartment: She's shown stuffing her breathing mask into the chest area of her outfit.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has green Elphe hair, although its not known if the real Platonic did or if its just aping the appearance of the Clockworker's Doll.
The Empress of Beelzenia, who gives Banica the title of Duke after having stripped it from Muzuri. She later hires Elluka to investigate Banica's apostasy and cannibalism.
- Adipose Rex: She's described as being overweight.
- The Empress: The empress of the Beelzenian Empire, and a more benevolent example.
- The Insomniac: Was said to only sleep four hours a day.
- Meaningful Name: Her name refers to a goddess of Roman mythology, based on the Greek goddess Hera.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: Among other things, she strips Muzuri of his title immediately after he desperately taxes an already starving populace, but gives it back to Banica after she helps to alleviates the famine.
- Slave to PR: The reason why she doesn't take action against Banica right away when she starts showing bizarre and cruel behavior. She only just recently put her in charge of her territory again, only a few years after removing Muzuri's title from him. To flip flop over their lordship in such short succession would weaken her authority as Empress. She is also noted as being very careful to avoid any hint of scandal from her home country, on top of that.
The reigning lord of Castle Hedgehog in Lioness during the "Gluttony" arc, AB-CIR works for him. He captures prince Carlos Marlon, unwittingly giving the man the opportunity to make a deal with AB-CIR.
- Cold-Blooded Torture: One of his favorite pastimes, according to his vassal.
- No Name Given: Out of universe, he's only distinguished by the castle he rules from.
- Small Role, Big Impact: Him capturing Carlos and unintentionally allowing him to get close to AB-CIR causes Carlos to be able to go undercover in the Conchita mansion as "Joseph," changing the Evil Food Eater Conchita novel from a plain horror story to a gruesomely tragic love story.
A minstrel who encounters Elluka Clockworker and Platonic on their journey to Banicas mansion. He later recounts the story of Banica Conchita to many, including his grandson Will.
- The Bard: Worked as a minstrel in the Beelzenian Empire.
- Haunted House Historian: Serves as one for the Conchita estate by the time Elluka and Platonic are preparing to infiltrate it, and continues this role after the Duke is dead.
- Shout-Out: One of his works includes a song titled "25,600 Years and 10 Minutes of Love," a reference to one of mothy's other works, "Ten Minute Love".
- The Storyteller: Inspires his grandson to take an interest in history from his stories of Banica Conchita, Platonic, and other encounters; he eventually commits these to memoirs as seen in the Sloth novel.
- "Welcome to the Graveyard Restaurant."
The unnamed narrator of the Evil Food Eater Conchita novel, who finally makes her appearance in Judgment of Corruption, a waiter serving at the Graveyard restaurant in the Union State of Evillious. All, or at least most, of Banica's story is her recounting it to an unknown patron as part of the restaurant's gimmick.
- Cozy Voice for Catastrophes: Describing the dark, very dark story of Banica Conchita with a cheery tone.
- Gender-Neutral Writing: The gender neutral way that the waiter was written (aside from her slightly effeminate speech, which could also just be politeness) obscured her gender before her appearance in Gallerian's story.
- Mr. Exposition: Her entire purpose is to act as the story's framing device, and provides Info Dumps about the setting besides.
- No Name Given: In the Conchita novel. In Judgment she goes by "Waiter".
- Repeating So the Audience Can Hear: A lot of her dialogue with the unknown patron is this, making it feel as if the patron is the reader themselves.
- Skewed Priorities: After being sentenced to 6 months in jail by Gallerian, her main concern is how he didn't pay for his meal at Graveyard.
- The Storyteller: Takes it upon herself to tell the tale of Banica Conchita, and appears to be relatively famous for it.