This page is for characters that have prominence throughout the Evillious Chronicles and can't be constrained to a single series. WARNING! These are characters whose influence spans through many arcs in the series, thus there are unmarked spoilers for several individual arcs. Read at your own risk.
- "These warm, tender fruits, I want to keep them no matter what."
The source of the Demons of Sin, a woman was the first candidate for Project 'Ma' who, after failing the project, married its head scientist and lived in the Forest of Held. One day she found a pair of red fruit in the woods and took them, soon after being chased by a bear.
- Amnesiac Liar: Each time she, as the Clockworker's Doll, hypnotizes everyone to believe that's she a normal person (like Platonic or Margarita,) she too is affected until her "death," wherein she regains all her memories.
- Bad Liar: It's strongly implied that she was really bad at hiding the fact that she wasn't Hansel and Gretel's real mother from them, to the point that Gretel, at least, figured out the truth pretty quickly. She gets better at lying after becoming a pseudo-demon though.
- Big Bad: Of Gift From the Princess Who Brought Sleep.
- Brainwashed: She was given a drug for this purpose by Adam while Project 'MA' was underway. And later, as the Clockworker's Doll, she is able to do this to others on a massive scale.
- Creepy Doll: Spent a few hundred years possessing the Clockworker's Doll after she was removed from possessing Mikulia.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Her magic is so powerful that she kills Meta, an incredibly dangerous terrorist witch, with two babies in her arms. The battle was so short that Adam didn't even notice it happening right outside the house, and aside from her losing her hood there wasn't a mark on her.
- Dead Person Impersonation: A variant where she assumes the identities of Mikulia Greeonio, the Calgaround family's daughter, and Margarita Felix under the effects of her hypnosis.
- Fairytale Motifs: Eve is a young woman with magical prowess who desired a happily ever after with her "prince". What makes this a motif is the fact that this carries over to her various incarnations; Mikulia deluded herself into thinking she was in a Changeling Fantasy, Platonic basically wanted to be Robin Hood and Margarita deconstructs the overall mentality and concept of a fairytale princess, primarily in regards to her relationship with here "prince".
- Faux Affably Evil: After being a wandering spirit for hundreds of years and losing her mind. It's clear how thin the facade of politeness is when she loses it the second things don't go her way.
- Hot Witch: One of the most powerful witches in the country; she was chosen for Project 'Ma' due to this.
- Loving a Shadow: As the demon of Sloth she searches for, and in fact ends up attracted, to the humans that are similar to Adam.
- Master of Illusion: According to the "Sloth" novel, she can hypnotize/brainwash people into believing she's someone else (so far Mikulia, Platonic and Margarita, in that order). The illusion is so powerful that she is capable of tricking herself.
- Meaningful Name: Her maiden name was Eve Zvezda, Slavic/Russian for star. She's the Evening Star.
- Her married name, Moonlit, ties into the themes of lunacy present in "Moonlit Bear" and her powerful magic (which in Evillious grows with the moon.)
- Finally, her first name, Eve, is a reference to Eve in Genesis, who first ate from the Tree of Knowledge (the fruits of which are commonly depicted as apples).
- Murder by Cremation: Was pushed into an oven by Gretel.
- Murder Is the Best Solution: Played for drama. This seems to be Eve's philosophy after dying at Hansel and Gretel's hands. A former client and your own son know that you secretly used to be a hooker? Kill both of them and leave their bodies in a well. Your husband is cheating on you? Poison everyone in town. The only identity of hers that doesn't have this viewpoint is Platonic.
- My God, What Have I Done?: When she realizes that the bear she killed was a human and the fruits she stole from it/her were twin babies.
- Obliviously Evil: Played with—she says in the song she knew reality would catch up to her, but her perceptions are shown to have been tainted and she didn't know the bear was a human woman and the fruits were babies.
- Offing the Offspring: She leads Hansel and Gretel into the woods to die because of the famine the country was suffering. After becoming a demon murdering children is a common trend with all of her identities but Platonic.
- Oh, Crap!: When she sees that Hansel and Gretel found their way back.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Her eyes become red during her PV right before she kills the "bear".
- Reincarnation: Subverted; Mikulia, Platonic and Margarita were not reincarnations of her—they were her, assuming their identities. At one time, they had all been their own people (though Margarita didn't have long to form an identity), but when they died, Eve took over in their places.
- Seven Deadly Sins: Had all seven—her magic warped them into a single demonic entity and her death released it into the world. Hansel and Gretel are the ones that broke it into seven pieces. At least that's what we were led to believe.
- More specifically, she's a stand-in for the Demon of Sloth.
- Shock and Awe: It's revealed in the Pierrot novel that one of her abilities is lightning magic.
- Stepford Smiler: To the point of inventing comfortable delusions for herself to live in.
- Tempting Apple: Sees Hansel and Gretel as apples, in an allusion to the biblical original sin.
- Through the Eyes of Madness: Her song, "Moonlit Bear". The children are apples and the mother is a bear.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Just like the biblical Eve, accidentally creating the Seven Demons of Sin just by picking up fruit.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: As being played by Miku, her hair is green.
Elluka Clockworker/Hanne Lorre
- "I'll do it as long as it keeps me entertained. I have unlimited time anyway"See also: Levia Barisol
A reoccurring character throughout the Chronicles and at times the Point of View character in the novels or short-stories. Shes a crafty, immortal sorceress capable of powerful magic. She is granted the task of retrieving the Seven Deadly Sins by the Tree of Held, though she only does so to stave off boredom. In Original Sin Story, she was one of the candidates for the seventh Project 'Ma' along with her sister-in-law Irina. Or rather, as was revealed in Fifth Pierrot, she's an amnesiac Levia having taken on Elluka's identity due to being "reborn" into her body and taking on her memories.
During the events of Gift From The Princess Who Brought Sleep, she masqueraded during an investigation into the Toragay deaths as Hanne Lorre, a deceased niece of Shaw Freezis. By the end of the novel she resumes her real identity.
- The Ageless: Can still be harmed and killed, but she's not subject to "time".
- Amnesiac Dissonance: As Levia, she was the ringleader of the demons of sin. As Elluka, she's a hero trying to stop them.
- Author Avatar: A weird example; Word of God says that she's based off of the way he acts when he's drunk.
- Badass Cape: Wears one when using Lukana's body.
- Back from the Dead: After being killed by Irina during the seventh Project 'Ma', she was resurrected by Kiril putting her corpse in an arc shaped device. Or at least, an amnesiac Levia took on Elluka's memories and kept her physical body from decaying.
- Blow You Away: Her signature technique is to manipulate the air, summoning a powerful wind to knock her opponents off into the distance. It gets weaker as her connection to Lukana's body decays over time.
- Body Surf: Moves herself into a new body three times in the franchise, all for varying reasons.
- Brilliant, but Lazy: How she is for the first few centuries after being revived. This is also deconstructed to an extent—all her slacking resulted in her enemies gaining in power and resources and outclassing her later on, with almost nothing to show for her quest to gather the sin vessels after hundreds of years.
- Broken Bird: After losing everything she cared about in the Levianta Catastrophe. It gets even worse when she discovers she isn't even Elluka.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Comes off as a flighty Mood-Swinger most of the time, but is intelligent and capable nonetheless.
- But for Me, It Was Tuesday: Rare heroic example—in stories set before she breaks free of her apathy she commits so many good deeds solely to kill time that she has trouble remembering specific ones when prompted.
- Cain and Abel: With Irina as the Cain and Elluka the Abel, despite them not actually being related.
- Came Back Strong: Was a moderately good mage as Elluka Chirclatia (selected only in the 7th iteration of Project MA). As Elluka Clockworker is an incredibly powerful, immortal sorceress who has mastered techniques even Irina doesn't know. The reason for this being she's actually Levia, and thus has a god's soul in each body she inhabits.
- The Cameo: In master of the heavenly yard's PV, she makes a brief appearance during the "Black Box" sequence as one of Levia's incarnations. Doubles as Back for the Finale.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Quite relaxed about life and always teasing. Her first reaction to Queen Anne's death is to kill everyone who knows her and flee... and she tries to do the former with a toy knife.
- Court Mage: Fulfilled this kind of role with the Beelzenian Empire before defecting to the Kingdom of Lucifenia and taking up the role there.
- Deadpan Snarker: Often prone to making verbal jabs at others.
- Dead Person Impersonation: To keep her identity secret and better investigate the Vessels of Sin, she impersonated Hanne Lorre, Shaw's great-granddaughter, after she died as a child. After being framed for burning Lioness, she couldn't return to being Elluka for a while. There's also an even more extreme example in that she herself is just Levia, convinced in her amnesia that she's Elluka Chirclatia.
- Dissonant Laughter: Breaks out in laughter during Kaspar's funeral when she sees Margarita and realizes how much she looks like Mikulia and Platonic, even noting she's making a fool of herself by laughing.
- Dreaming of Things to Come: With Lukana's Purple Dream ability. Became a major plot point in the Daughter of Evil arc, where she has a prophetic dream of Riliane's execution. Which came true, but not in the way she thought it would.
- FaceHeel Turn: mothy often teased fans with the possibility of her doing this; in the latter half of the Daughter of Evil she's set up for some as the Big Bad, before it's revealed it was Abyss I.R. using her body for a medium. It's also been teased that she is Ma, and thus responsible for all the evil done by that sorceress, but as it turns out Ma is a completely separate entity composed of her, Eve, and Irina.
- Frame-Up: After Shaw's death, she's framed for causing the Lioness burning incident, both as her fake identity of Hanne and her real one as Elluka.
- Freudian Trio: She's the Id to Mariam's Superego and Leonhart's Ego in the Three Heroes.
- Guile Heroine: She can be very crafty when she needs to be.
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Her original form has golden hair and curls.
- HeelFace Turn: This was also teased with the old implication in Chrono Story that it was she who killed Irina in the seventh Project 'Ma', before it was clarified that the opposite happened. Played more straight in that she was the evil Levia, and became good as Elluka.
- Hero with Bad Publicity: During the Sloth era, she takes on a new persona to get out of the public eye. Not soon after, someone else takes it up and starts committing heinous crimes as her.
- Hot Witch: Only makes sense, given the fact that she's a witch played by Megurine Luka.
- Immortality: Gained after the Levianta Catastrophe. Or was it?
- Immortal Immaturity: Her childishness is even alluded to by Mariam during the Wiegenlied novel. Though it's suggested at points that some of it is a coping mechanism.
- In the Hood: In her attire during the Daughter of Evil series, though most effectively utilized at the end of "Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep".
- Intrepid Reporter: Posed as one while investigating in the Sloth arc, under the name Hanne Lorre.
- It's All My Fault: For most of the franchise she blames herself for the destruction of Magic Kingdom Levianta, even though it was technically Kiril's fault for much of what happened. Eventually, though, she does come to admit that everyone in the kingdom was at fault, in one way or another. Ends up being even more correct than she thought when it's revealed she's Levia, who coerced Kiril into causing the catastrophe and destroyed the kingdom alongside Behemo when she was released.
- Legacy Character: Invoked. In a progressively more magic-skeptic world, a rumor goes around of "Elluka" being the name given to a powerful mage each generation instead of belonging to a single, immortal Sorceress.
- Mood-Swinger: She's called "the whimsical sorceress" for a reason.
- Nepotism: Downplayed as Hanne. As Shaw Freezis's great-granddaughter, she has an easier access to the Freezis Foundation's resources and powers than the average reporter, which she uses to her advantage.
- Really 700 Years Old: She's immortal and her body has stopped aging, although Ma notes she has to change it every once in a while.
- Reincarnation: Turns out she's this of Levia Barisol.
- Sad Clown: She's a flighty, sarcastic Cloudcuckoolander, but there's a lot of pain hidden beneath that fickle exterior.
- Seers: In Lukana's body she has prophetic visions which have saved her life at least once.
- Sharing a Body: During the latter half of the Daughter of Evil she shares a body with Gumillia, and she's also been sharing a body with Behemo. And is Levia herself.
- Shock and Awe: Wields lightning magic after absorbing Eve's soul into her body.
- Stepford Smiler: Veers into this at times—even while inwardly she's suffering for all the friends she loses either to war or old age (as a result of her being immortal) she'll frequently stay cheerful or even joke about their passing on the outside.
- Surrounded by Idiots: In the novels she believes herself to be this, the last straw being after Michaela decides to stay as a human and risk her own life.
- Vanity Is Feminine: She's often overly concerned with her appearance and maintaining her beauty, as well as (to a minor extent) being surrounded by beautiful companions. In most cases this is Played for Comedy.
- Who Wants to Live Forever?: Implied in "Chrono Story" and elsewhere, where she must come to terms with everyone she knows dying eventually. Another oft-looked over element of this is that her endless time leaves her lazy, so despite beginning as one of the most powerful magic users around she's struggling to keep up centuries later.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: As Hanne Lorre, although subverted; it was hair dye. Not that her pink hair as Lukana is very natural either...
Gumillia/Heidemarie Lorre/Master of the Hellish Yard
- "I have also decided. If Michaela wants to stay as a human, then I also don't want to revert back into being a spirit."
Elluka's apprentice and another spirit of Held, she and Michaela are close friends. When asked to choose a human body she chooses one that resembles Gumina Glassred's and acts as Elluka's partner, following her at all times. She is strict and serious in contrast to her master.
During the events of Gift From The Princess Who Brought Sleep, she pretended to be one of Shaw Freezis' deceased nieces, Heidemarie Lorre, using her position as a World Police officer to search for the kidnapped Rin-Chan. She resumes her real identity by the end of the novel.
- Alas, Poor Yorick: As Master of the Hellish Yard, one art of her from the Evils Court album, she is seen gently holding up a skull.
- Ambiguous Disorder: Gumillia is never officially said to suffer from any developmental disorder, but she's often stated to have difficulty expressing her emotions properly or reading other people's, has stilted and awkward speech patterns, and has hyperfocused interests (especially later when she's obsessed with Rin Chan). All of this could be chalked up to her being a former spirit but Michaela shares none of these traits despite reincarnating in the same way.
- Badass Adorable: She is very cute and her initial inability to show much emotion makes her quite endearing.
- Badass Cape: Just like her master.
- Becoming the Mask: Her real purpose in coming with Elluka was to seal her away should she ever realize her true identity as Levia. By the time that actually happens though, she's come to believe in herself as her apprentice, as well as friend, and can't bear to do it.
- Big Sister Instinct: Female variant, for Michaela.
- Black Cloak: As Master of the Hellish Yard. ...Well, it's dark green but it serves the same visual purpose.
- Brutal Honesty: Due to being socially inept and inexperienced around humans.
- Cloudcuckoolander's Minder: To Elluka, specifically chosen for this purpose by Held for her non-nonsense demeanor. It's later revealed that Held tasked Gumillia with monitoring Elluka in case Levia's memories returned.
- Court Mage: Serves as the court mage for the Beelzenian Emperor in Praeludium of Red.
- Cowboy Cop: Stated by Hob, she destroys houses, tortures suspects without permission, ignores cooperation with the local police officers, abandons her job to go see concerts, and in general is ruled by her impulses more than the law.
- Curtains Match The Windows: Both a deep green.
- Deadpan Snarker: To an extent, particularly when accompanying Elluka.
- Dead Person Impersonation: She impersonates Heidemarie Lorre, Shaw's great-granddaughter, after she died as a child.
- Deal with the Devil: Offers one to Gallerian as Master of the Hellish Yard (simply put, give up his money and repent, or keep his money and be condemned to Hell), which he refuses because it doesn't help his plans. In reality, this scene was possibly representative of Nemesis' deal with Gallerian, playing with the trope.
- Etiquette Nazi: She's very attentive towards addressing people with the proper honorifics, and being addressed in kind; the latter is partly because of how much older she is.
- Fair Cop: As Heidemarie Lorre she works as the Investigative Chief of the Yustea International Work Department of the World Police Marlon Headquarters, and happens to be pretty cute and young looking.
- Fangirl: She's one for Rin Chan, Lucifenia's Idol Singer.
- Femme Fatalons: As Master of the Hellish Yard, she has a pretty impressive set of claws on her fingers.
- Firing One-Handed: She's shown aiming with just one hand.
- Frame-Up: Alongside Hanne, she is framed as part of Bruno's plot to dispose of her, blamed for the deaths at the Charity Institute from Margarita's Gift.
- Green Thumb: She has a particular skill for manipulating plant life, which comes in handy during her battle with Mayrana, whom she kills gruesomely with roses.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: Gumillia can become violent and/or annoyed very easily and she gets worse over time, exemplified in the Sloth novel when she becomes a Cowboy Cop. This is an odd example because her demeanor appears more stoic than anything.
- Heroic BSoD: One when she discovers that her idol Rin-Chan lip-synchs to her songs. It's Played for Laughs when she just ends up staring in shock, but she gets so distracted she doesn't notice Gatt until he stabs Elluka.
- Played more seriously when she breaks down in tears upon revealing that her job is to seal Elluka away if she regained her memories as Levia.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: She has been best friends with Michaela since they were spirits. To the point that she is one of the few things that can make Gumillia visibly emotional.
- Humanity Ensues: When choosing a human appearance she decides on Gumina Glassred's, remembering how she used to make pilgrimages to pray to the Tree of Held.
- Immortality: As a former forest spirit, her soul gives her body the same ageless quality as Elluka's.
- In-Series Nickname: She's called "Heide" by her sister and some co-workers as Heidemarie.
- In the Hood: To coincide with the Black Cloak mentioned above.
- Jack Bauer Interrogation Technique: As the cop Heidemarie, she often tortures suspects without permission from superiors.
- Mage Marksman: Her gun can shoot magic bullets.
- Meganekko: Her eyesight is ridiculously far for a human, but as a result she's farsighted. Elluka creates glasses for her to be able to see as she used to.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Master of the Hellish Yard. When you encounter someone who has the word "Hell" in their name, odds are you'd be better off running.
- Nepotism: As Heidemarie. Because she's Shaw's great-granddaughter, Hob can't just fire her when she screws up.
- Nerves of Steel: As a result of her stoic nature—one of her greatest assets in a fight is her ability to make quick tactical decisions unhampered by her emotions.
- Psychotic Smirk: Uses one in "Judgment of Corruption" as she offers her "deal" to Gallerian, mirroring his Slasher Smile.
- There's another one she uses in an illustration of her by Ichika.
- The Quiet One: She notably speaks very little compared to the other figures in the story, as part of her stoic character.
- Really 700 Years Old: Looks in her late teens/early twenties, but is a 1000 year old forest spirit by the time of the Daughter of Evil.
- Red Herring: Early on, many fans were led to believe that Gumillia was the subject of "The Last Revolver", due to the character being a gun-wielding assassin working for a boss who calls themself "Santa", just as Gumillia was in the Sloth arc. This came with the consequence of fans initially believing that Gumillia was Driven to Suicide and died at the end of that arc. It wasn't until later that we learned that the song had nothing to do with Gumillia at all.
- Satanic Archetype: As Master of the Hellish Yard. A dark figure associated with death, the underworld, and offers deals to sinful people. Subverted though in that, as Gumillia, she is one of the good guys and appears to stay that way by Seven Crimes and Punishments.
- Sharing a Body: For a time, with Elluka after Abyss I.R steals Lukana's body.
- The Stoic: It's not really her fault. She just isn't used to emoting with a human body.
- Unable to Cry: After Shaw's death, Elluka remarks that while she may seem unfazed about it, she knows that internally Gumillia is very saddened; she has never cried and may not be capable of doing it. Which makes her breaking down in tears upon revealing her true purpose to Elluka all the more heartbreaking.
- Weapon of Choice: Her fireworks gun, which can shoot magic bullets.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Since her human appearance is based on Gumina's, she has the characteristic Elphe green hair.
Irina Clockworker/IR/AB-CIR/Abyss IR/Julia Abelard/First, Santa Claus
- "...Want to be burned to ashes, do you?"
Elluka's sister-in-law during the Original Sin Story and Kiril Clockworker's little sister. Following the Levianta Catastrophe she becomes the primary antagonist of the Evillious Chronicles, assuming different forms and names through each arc.
As IR, she aided Venomania in the abduction of his harem and usage of his demonic powers, alternating between her cat form and her then-medium, a young Netsuma girl.
As AB-CIR, she took on a male underling as her host and pretended to be the mage who had defeated IR. She attended upon Muzuri Conchita when his family fell victim to the Gula disease in order to obtain the vessel in his possession. Later she had Carlos Marlon sent to the Conchita mansion to spy on Banica.
As Abyss IR she served Prim Marlon, both aiding her in her usage of the vessels of sin in her political schemes and experimenting on Prim's daughter Ney to make her a more perfect assassin (as well as enhance her own knowledge of the demons).
As Julia she had taken as her host Germaine Avadonia, and became a wealthy politician publicly, and behind the scenes becoming the leader of a criminal organization.
- Abusive Parents: Subverted; given how she was portrayed as manipulating him in the "Fifth Pierrot" song and Irina's villainous nature, it was believed that she was emotionally abusive to Lemy, but she truly does care about and treat her son well despite also using him in her organization.
- All Witches Have Cats: She loves cats. Whatever body she is in, she's always seen alongside her red cat Familiar; it's revealed that red cat is actually her true form, since she has no body of her own.
- Ambiguously Brown: As ABC-IR. Her host's skin is notably darker than any of the characters in this time period, which had several fans speculating he was actually Rajih, another Ambiguously Brown character from the Lunacy of Duke Venomania side manga.
- Atrocious Alias: ABC-IR. The first part of the name is the first three letters of the English alphabet. Even Muzuri thinks it's a weird choice.
- Bad Boss: As Julia Abelard she threatens to burn Lieutenant Gatt alive if he didn't tend to her garden (which isn't even in his job description.)
- Bad Santa: As the leader of Pere Noel, which has a twisted Christmas theme to it. She goes by "First Santa Claus" or "Miss Santa."
- Big Bad: Of the chronicles (or at least a good six hundred years of them). A large portion of the horrible things that happen over the span of those 600 years were either directly or indirectly instigated by her.
- Bishōnen: ABC-IR. He's a very handsome young man and without a scrap of facial hair; the narration of the novel itself describes him as having pretty features and the bewitching expression of a woman, aka Irina.
- Body Surf: Elluka speculates she may have this ability after reclaiming her own stolen body from her. In fact, her real ability is to control people like puppets from her cat body.
- BrotherSister Incest: One-sided, albeit. It's implied in "Ma Survival" that her love for Kiril might have been romantic. Perhaps lessened by the fact that, despite both being Ghoul Children made by Seth, they're adopted siblings.
- Cain and Abel: Her relationship with Elluka, her future sister-in-law, due to her own romantic affections to her brother.
- Cats Are Mean: Living in a red cat body.
- The Chessmaster: Commands and manipulates multiple pawns and commands secret organizations all throughout the franchise.
- The Corrupter: She orchestrated the Venomania Event as well as Margarita creating the poison Gift, making them believe the evil way was the only answer.
- Court Mage: Served as one in Lioness during the Gluttony arc, and later was Prim Marlon's court mage in the Daughter of Evil series.
- Deadpan Snarker: As she's mostly in this For the Evulz, she's often cracking wise about whatever her partner at the time is doing, like when commenting on Venomania's single-mindedness for pursuing women."At least you're consistent."
- Disproportionate Retribution: Often she threatens people with being "burned to ashes" for very minor annoyances; Gatt not wanting to weed her garden, Venomania talking back to her a little too much, and others; it's one of her catchphrases. She also gives her subordinate, Tette Cetera, over to Venomania as his newest "bride" because she accidentally gave her a false lead.
- Emergency Transformation: The explosion known as the Levianta Catastrophe left her with severe injuries, including losing her limbs, and she had to transfer her soul into the stuffed red cat to survive.
- Even Evil Has Standards: She doesn't care that she's helping Venomania kidnap women by the score, but she notes that he can at least learn a little bit about them while they're acting as his "wives".
- Evil Albino: When using her Netsuma medium, but averted by her cat form.
- Evil Genius: Extremely dedicated and gifted in science, magic, and scientific understanding of magic. She also engages in experimentation and tests throughout the series (often on unwilling subjects) to expand her information. The result is shown most clearly in Pierrot, where there is a clear gulf in knowledge in her favor between her and Elluka on how vessels and demons work, as well as her being able to deduce ahead of time that Elluka is actually Levia.
- Evil Mentor: Teaches Prim, Ney, and Venomania how to use the vessels of sin, in some cases to corrupt them. She also taught Lemy how "Bad children need to be punished" (i.e. killed) and was a mentor figure for Mayrana, who turned out as evil as she was.
- Evil Redhead: She's got pink hair technically, but the narrative describes it as red—even more so for her cat body, which has red fur.
- Faux Affably Evil: Acts all amiable while leading others to their doom. As an example, she likes to use honorifics of endearment like "chan" when gloating to people (this is one of the tipoffs that she's taken over Elluka's body in Praefacio of Blue).
- Foil: Irina is this for Elluka. Both of them are immortal mages who were in love with the same man (or at least, Elluka thinks she was), and both of them spend the initial chunk of their endless lives committing deeds to kill time (evil for Irina, good for Elluka). However, where Elluka is a prodigy that largely coasts on natural talent to get by, Irina is an initial underdog thoroughly dedicated to furthering her abilities and knowledge at any cost. The two of them also have a great deal of identity swaps during the series, and later in their lives end up becoming daughters of the same man, Gallerian Marlon, albeit in Irina's case she was more like a surrogate daughter. Naturally, they are archenemies, so these parallels are appropriate.
- For the Evulz: The majority of her actions seem to be for her own amusement, as well as making Ellukas life miserable.
- Gender Bender: In the Gluttony arc, she takes over the body of a really hot guy and operates under the name of AB-CIR◊.
- Genius Loci: Turns into this during the latter half of Master of the Heavenly Yard, more or less "possessing" the theater in and of itself.
- I Have Many Names: Aside from Irina, shes also been known as I.R., AB-CIR, Abyss I.R., Julia Abelard and I. Santa through the chronicles.
- I Just Want to Be Loved: Apart from vengeance, she has the goal to have a family. This becomes a higher priority for her late in the series.
- Immortality: A trait granted to whoever she possesses, as shown with Germaine's body after using her as a medium. It wears off when she lets go of them though.
- Informed Ability: As ABC-IR. He's referred to and refers to himself as a mage, and yet performs no actual magic. This is because Irina can't use magic when taking control of a male medium.
- The Man Behind the Man: During the six hundred years she was confirmed to be present in Evillious, she was behind the events of: the Daughter of Evil, Toragay's destruction, the Serial Killer Lemy Abelard and the criminal organization Pere Noël, and Duke Venomanias Deal with the Devil.
- Meaningful Name: "Irini" means "peace". Also, the name "Abyss I.R." seems to come from "Abyssinian", a breed of cat with a red coat.
- Mr. Exposition: Serves this role in the Gluttony novel, especially in the first chapter, giving a lengthy explanation about the cause of the curse on the Conchita estate, among other things.
- My God, What Have I Done?: Began crying when she realized she killed Elluka. Got over it pretty quickly, though.
- Mystical White Hair: The Netsuma girl she uses as a medium as IR has white hair and has significant magical talent.
- Number of the Beast: The Original Sin Story -Act 2- album lists her E score as 666.
- Obviously Evil: When she's Abyss IR, most people in the Marlon court are uncomfortable with her whenever she's around; similarly, each time she takes over another person's body the other characters can tell it's her by her evil atmosphere.
- Omnicidal Maniac: Ultimately as an HER her goal after so many hundreds of years is to destroy everything related to the gods, meaning destroying everything in existence.
- Parental Substitute: She adopts Lemy when he's six years old.
- Playing with Fire: One of her abilities is fire magic.
- People Puppets: Has the ability to control other people while remaining in her cat body. Among those used are Hakua's sister Haru, Earl Ferdinand's wife, Lukana, one of her male subordinates, an old woman, Lukana's body again in the last two books of the Daughter of Evil series, Mikina Freezis, and considered her last medium, Germaine.
- Pet the Dog: Even if she used him as an assassin, she does genuinely care for Lemy, raising him since age 6, and after his death begins seeing Seth, the Demon of Wrath, as her enemy for his role in offing him.
- Punny Name: The name AB-CIR uses the first three letters of the alphabet. Taking that away, it references I.R., Irina, and Irina's representative Vocaloid Iroha. The name references Iroha also in that "iroha" is the Japanese equivalent of English ABCs.
- Really 700 Years Old: Like Elluka, she has been around since the Original Sin, but since her ability lets her take control of many humans, she has only once chosen a person that looks older than 50.
- Red Baron: By the Sloth arc, she's infamous enough to get the moniker "Mage with the Red Cat" by Elluka, Shaw and Eve, due to nobody knowing her as Irina.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: During the Venomania event, due to being inside a Netsuma during that time period.
- Reincarnation: Master of the Heavenly Yard reveals that she's one of Maria Moonlit/Alice Merry Go Round of all people.
- Revenge: Her motivation to antagonize Elluka as she deems her responsible for the Catastrophe.
- Satanic Archetype: Behind many of the events concerning the demons, making others do a Deal with the Devil, and even referred to as "Malice" by the creator of the universe and God, Sickle. She fits the bill quite well.
- Sexy Santa Dress: Her outfit as First Santa Claus, as shown in the "Five the Pierrot PV," is a sexy Santa suit.
- Short Hair with Tail: Used to wear this in her original body, before the Levianta Catastrophe.
- Utopia Justifies the Means: It's what she claims when she's in her Julia Abelard persona running a criminal organization, that breaking the law is necessary to dispose of evil people. While it's clearly just her justifying it to her members, her real goals are a twisted variant—she wants to make her kind of "utopia" by destroying everything.
- Villain with Good Publicity: As Julia Abelard, president of Lucifenia. Also has this as ABC-IR, credited with defeating IR when in truth it's the same person.
- "I wonder, should I say 'Pleased to meet you?' Or 'Welcome back?' Either one is fine, I guess."
A mysterious and playful, although morally ambiguous, long-lived sorceress. A playwright in the United State of Evillious who once associated with Gallerian Marlon, she urged him to gather the vessels of sin and continues to do so after his death. She has the body of Kayo Sudou and goes by that name in certain circumstances, having obtained it from her in the course of the Envy arc. She's also Nemesis Sudou's mother.
- Alas, Poor Villain: In the end, the audience and the cast learns that all Ma really wanted was to exist, and to confirm her own existence like literally everyone else in the world could. Ultimately she's denied her wish, as her process for confirming her own existence meant the world would end. It's even more bittersweet when she dies because, as she was in Nemesis' body, her death means the extinction of the (living) human race.
- Big Bad: For the latter half of the Chronicles on the whole, but specifically the "Four Endings" series, as she's mentioned in at least three of the songs (all four if you count "Hellish Yard"'s little "Ma Ma Ma" chorus, though that might be stretching things a little) and is directly involved in manipulating or antagonizing the four masters. Indeed, in Master of the Heavenly Yard, the final showdown with her comes after Irina is already taken out and is the very last obstacle to be overcome before the series ends.
- Blessed with Suck: Is so powerful that she can't perform magic, at least initially after her formation.
- Body Surf: With Kayo Sudou. It's a rare example of a consensual Body Surf as well, as Kayo had asked her to perform it because she was told that it would help her escape the Demon of Envy's possession.
- Born as an Adult: Essentially, due to multiple souls blending into her body and creating an entirely new consciousness.
- Cessation of Existence: Her ultimate fate as a mind with no soul.
- Disney Villain Death: She plummets to her death after entering Nemesis' body, her consciousness ceasing to exist the minute she hits the ground.
- Evil Genius: Extremely knowledgeable of the vessels of sin, Evillious' history, and is an accomplished playwright, while she's definitely morally ambiguous at best.
- Even Evil Has Standards:
- Even she's disgusted when a drunk Gallerian starts coming onto her. She has sex with him anyway, deciding that doing so may be useful to her.
- Played straight with her reaction to Jorm Zusco—when sent to speak to him before he's released from prison, she's attacked and wounded by him, prompting her to decide that he's far too dangerous to be set loose on the world and that the most Gallerian should do is spare him from the death sentence.
- Expy: She's like a more manipulative and morally-ambiguous version of Yuuko Ichihara.
- Faux Affably Evil: Very polite, yet is perfectly fine with abusing and manipulating everyone to suit her own ends (including her own children).
- Gotta Catch Them All: Her objective is to collect all the Seven Demons of Sin. She does this so she can absorb them and become a "pure being". Before Nemesis shoots her she manages to absorb all but Wrath.
- Good Smoking, Evil Smoking: During her partnership with Gallerian she's shown smoking a long pipe, indicative of her more "eastern" aesthetic compared to the "western" Evillious and her intellect.
- Grand Theft Me: On Riliane in Master of the Heavenly Yard.
- Hoist by Her Own Petard: Postman, a girl Ma had reduced into a doll-like servant due to performing magical procedures, ends up betraying her, leaving her vulnerable for Nemesis, whom she used to remove Levia, to kill her.
- High-Class Glass: Wears a monocle in all of her appearances.
- Humble Goal: Ma's final goal simply is to stay alive. She foresaw the end of the world, and decided to become a "pure being" able to survive it. To achieve this, she needed to absorb all 7 Demons of Sin and Discard Irina and Levia from her body.
- Immortals Fear Death: Although not for the usual reasons. Her lack of a soul means that she'll cease to exist entirely upon dying— unlike everyone else, who has a soul and thus can continue their existences even after death.
- Incest Is Relative: Gallerian is her son (not that he knows this). This doesn't dissuade her from having an affair with him in the slightest.
- The Man Behind the Man: She's the one who encouraged Gallerian Marlon and the Master of the Court after him.
- Manipulative Bastard: Lied to Gallerian about the Clockworker's Doll being his daughter, to give him a reason to search for the Vessels of Sin.
- Meaningful Name: Invoked. Being a fusion of three Mem-Aleph candidates (well, two Mem-Aleph candidates and an imposter), she decides in-universe that it's only fitting to christen herself "Ma".
- Merger of Souls: She starts as a fusion of Irina and Elluka Clockworker (or rather, Levia) as well as Eve Moonlit. However, Ma's quest to be a pure being requires her to ditch the first two, and absorb all the demons of Sin.
- Most Writers Are Writers: A playwright. She has written and directed all the movies shown in Evils Theater about the Vessels of Sin.
- Mr. Exposition: Often fills this role for Gallerian and The Master of the Court; in the "Judgment of Corruption Side Story" manga, for instance, she only shows up to exposit gossip about Scherzer to Gallerian.
- This trope is also played with; she explains much for the audience in the Evils Kingdom and Evils Forest album booklets, giving commentary on the songs and explaining the titular Evils Forest...but, given the Blatant Lies she gives in some of the commentary, she is almost certainly an Unreliable Expositor.
- Paradox Person: Ma is an amalgamation of Irina, Elluka/Levia and Eve, but is simultaneously none of them. She both exists, in that she has a consciousness and desires, and yet she doesn't exist in that she doesn't have a soul or even a personality that's truly her own. In this way she can be classified as an Irregular, a being not intended to exist.
- Parental Abandonment: She abandons both of her children, leaving them to their own devices and only coming back to their lives during their adulthood.
- Parental Incest: She's Gallerian's mother and had an affair with him to further her plans.
- Pure Is Not Good: Her ultimate goal is to become a "Pure Being". She's willing to commit heinous atrocities in order to reach that goal and the chapter wherein she nearly reaches this goal is entitled "The Pure Evil".
- The Tease: To Gallerian, often flirting and joking around with him despite how irritated it makes him.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: In the "The Tailor of Enbizaka" novel, she's noted as helping people from all over, and in the very beginning of the Judgment novel she appears to be a much kinder woman, who actually regrets committing a murder and having to abandon Gallerian. When she next returns, she's manipulative, deceitful, selfish, and a terrible mother. Bruno even remarks in-universe on the change. It's implied that this is a result of her absorbing at least two Demons of Sin by that point, as well as shunting off her constituent souls like Levia and Irina.
- Unholy Matrimony: She was in a relationship with Gallerian, of all people. Though, in a slight twist, it's revealed this was before he'd gone off the deep end.
- Would Hurt a Child: She ordered Hanma to kill Nemesis, who was a baby at the time and later says she regrets not killing her herself at birth.
- "We gods were negligent in our efforts."
The guardian of the Millennium-Tree forest, one of the gods of Evillious and a friend of Elluka. He sends her on her quest to gather the Seven Deadly Sins and gives her advice throughout the different story arcs. He is also responsible for creating the forest spirits such as Michaela and Gumillia.
- Antiquated Linguistics: Talks like an anime old man, using outdated pronouns such as Washi and Onushi when he talks.
- Big Good: Serves this role until his death.
- Dishing Out Dirt: Allegedly created the planes although this is thrown into serious question later and is regarded as an earth god.
- Feel No Pain: As Irina discovers when she tries to torture him, Held literally cannot feel pain because he's a tree and trees don't have nerve endings with which to feel anything. This is given a call back when Elluka angrily punches Michaela while she's inhabiting the Millennium Tree, to which Michaela points out that she can't hurt her while she's in that form and she knows it.
- The Gods Must Be Lazy: He leaves the collection of the Sins to Elluka, providing almost no help. He justifies this by saying it's not the place of gods to interfere with humans, and indeed that's because of his promise to Sickle not to break the rules of the Third Period.
- Heavy Sleeper: Falls asleep quite often, sometimes even during conversations with Elluka. None of Elluka's abuses will wake him up then.
- Long-Lived: His mortal body the Millennium Tree has a very long lifespan, although eventually dies of old age after over 1032 years.
- Making a Splash: The Levin Bible credits him as making the seas. Although how true this is is up for debate, he's regarded as the "Master of the Court" and a bonus chapter in "Seven Crimes and Punishments" reveals that the Court is at the bottom of the ocean.
- Meaningful Name: His first name is German for "Hero", and his last name is a pun on the Yggdrasil, the World Tree in Norse Mythology.
- My Greatest Failure: Sees letting the Demons of Sin get released into the world as this and so requires Elluka to gather them up.
- Papa Wolf: Is very protective of Michaela, whom he loves like his own daughter.
- Also applies to his biological child who became a HER.
- Perpetual Frowner: It's mentioned in "Heavenly Yard" that he barely smiles, and always has a severe expression, even when not angry.
- Secret Keeper: In "Gloom of Held," its shown that he was keeping Irina's existence a secret from Elluka, supposedly for Elluka's own good. It's likely he didn't want Irina to realize that "Elluka Clockworker" was actually Levia.
- World Tree: A god in the form of a huge, ancient tree whose forest is regarded as a sacred place of worship.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Notable as an example because his human form has green hair, and even served as a model for the Elphes.
Michaela Arklow/Michael Arklow
- "To me, you are a wonderful person."
A peasant girl from Elphegort. She's actually a spirit of Held who witnessed the Original Sin occur, and is fascinated by humanity. She gained her body from Elluka with the appearance of Eve Moonlit and becomes human herself; her death (and everything surrounding it) pushes the Lucifenia Revolution to happen. After death she becomes the new Millenium Tree.
- Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence: Become the Millennium Tree after her death and the previous Tree of Held died, essentially being made into a god.
- Big Good: Inherits this role from Held.
- Brooding Boy, Gentle Girl: In a same-sex example, Michaela is a gentle girl to Clarith's brooding girl.
- Cain and Abel: Her relationship with her older brother Lich, he even tries to murder her several times. Still she doesn't seem to entirely hate him.
- Curtains Match The Windows: Modeled off Eve, her eyes are the same shade of green as her hair.
- Deadpan Snarker: Her inner narrative has her making a few jabs at some of the inexplicable things humans do, especially towards Allen and Kyle for falling head over heels for her. After becoming the New Millennium Tree she gets even cheekier, especially around Elluka.
- Declaration of Protection: Gives one in "The Maiden of the Tree ~Millennium Wiegenlied~" to demonstrate how she feels about Clarith, even willing to give up her eternal life so that she can stay with her.
- Disposable Woman: For an ordinary observer, she looks like this, as her death starts everything. But the events of Cloture of Yellow are so blurred that no one's sure about what exactly happened. Then, Yukina goes and unearths the secrets and suddenly her role becomes Unwitting Instigator of Doom.
- Dude Magnet: Aside from Kyle's she notes she'd received four other marriage proposals, and those are just the admirers that worked up the nerve to ask. As Keel said, she is extremely popular due to her voice. (Although...)
- Feel No Pain: As the new Millennium Tree, Michaela can't feel pain due to having no nerve endings, just like Held. Also like Held, she lampshades this when Elluka angrily tries to punch her bark.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: She has been best friends with Gumillia since they were spirits.
- The Gods Must Be Lazy: Averted. Unlike her predecessor, she takes a more active part in the human world, such as trying to grant Shaw's wish to not die (although she caught a lot of flak for it).
- Humanity Ensues: Willingly lets herself be turned into a human to help Clarith.
- Humanity Is Infectious: Her narrative makes a point of how she naturally began integrating into human society, understanding their emotions, and adopting even illogical customs such as praying to Held (despite the fact that she knows Held personally.) By the end, she doesn't want to leave her humanity behind even to save her own life.
- Nice Girl: She's incredibly sweet and just wishes to help out the people around her, even if she gets snarkier after becoming the New Millennium Tree.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Her allowing Shaw to live over 100 years ends up causing the Freezis organization to become obsessed with eternal youth, to the point where they're willing to kill innocents and subvert the law to get their way by Gallerian's time.
- Really 700 Years Old: A forest spirit that's over a thousand years old, but appears as a sixteen-year-old in human form.
- Red Herring: Her murderer, the golden haired assassin.
- Rescue Romance: Her love for Clarith is because Clarith saved her life when she still in form of a robin, mended her wings, and saw that Clarith has no friend even though she's so kind hearted.
- Later she defends Clarith from bullies as a human, and this starts their friendship in earnest.
- Sobriquet Sex Switch: She was originally named "Michael".
- Token Yuri Girls: With Clarith.
- What Is This Thing You Call "Love"?: Part of her character arc is understanding how to love someone, even as multiple characters fall head over heels for her. Eventually she realizes too late that she loved Clarith.
- World Tree: Becomes this after Held's passing.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Having modeled her appearance after Eve Moonlit, she has hair the same green shade. For bonus points, it helps her blend in among the people of Elphegort.
- See also Elluka Clockworker, Nemesis Sudou
One of the twin Dragon Gods who are worshiped by the majority of Evillious in the series. The sister of the twin pair.
- Amnesiac Dissonance: As Elluka Clockworker she sought to help people and fight the demons of sin, as well as feeling guilty for her role in destroying Levianta. She also heavily criticizes Nemesis for her Never My Fault attitude, only to later realize that she is Nemesis.
- Baleful Polymorph: As it turns out, they didn't want to become a two-headed dragon in the first place. They became one as a last resort
- Child Prodigy: To the point that she entered college at the age of six.
- Dark Is Evil: Her and Behemo's dragon form is black.
- Giant Flyer: Hers and Behemo's dragon form is so huge that when they rise into the sky in Levianta, people in Elphegort can see them clearly.
- Half-Identical Twins: With her brother, Behemo. At first it seems like a typical example of ignoring how twin genetics work, until it's revealed that they're actually just alternate versions of the same person, with minor personality differences in addition to gender.
- Historical Hero Upgrade: Weird In-Universe example. They created humans but refused to give the Third Period to them, and as such were transformed into a dragon and demoted from godhood, as written in the Levin Bible's Old Testament. Further down the line the Twin Gods become the main gods in the Levin Pantheon, with Held being a heretic god and Sickle all but forgotten.
- Jerkass God: Levia in particular is responsible for tricking Kiril into destroying Levianta, as well as helping deceive the people of Levianta long before that.
- Manipulative Bitch: Along with her brother, Behemo, especially during Project Ma. Not only did she, in particular, trick Kiril into releasing them from the ark by pretending her voice was Elluka, but she and Behemo both manipulated Maria into starting the whole Project MA as a ploy to escape in the first place.
- Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: Masculine Girl to Behemo's Feminine Boy.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Named after mythical beast Leviathan.
- Possessing a Dead Body: She and Behemo end up possessing Elluka Chirclatia's corpse, though as a result of this possession, Elluka's body becomes fully functional again, just no longer inhabited by her original soul. Neither of them are initially aware of this, either, as Levia loses her memories and becomes convinced that she is Elluka while Behemo falls asleep and remains dormant for the following 600 years.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: After they tried to kill Sickle and Held near the start of the Third Period, they were sealed inside the Sin ark. Also counts when they're both sealed in Elluka's body.
- Sharing a Body: After the Catastrophe, Levia shares Elluka Chirclatia's body with Behemo and is the dominant soul of the two.
- Sibling Rivalry: Stated in Heavenly Yard that the two hate each other, Levia in particular embarrassed over Behemo's crossdressing habit.
- Sibling Yin-Yang: With Behemo. Levia is more serious and temperamental.
- Took a Level in Kindness: After spending some time as Elluka, Levia started to develop a love of the world and an attachment to the people she considered her friends. This was forgotten after her fusion into Ma, but regained after her reawakening in Nemesis.
- Two Beings, One Body: Their dragon formed is two-headed, with a sibling per head.
One of the twin Dragon Gods who are worshiped by the majority of Evillious in the series. The brother of the twin pair.
- Alliterative Name: Behemo Barisol.
- Baleful Polymorph: As it turns out, they didn't want to become a two-headed dragon in the first place. They became one as a last resort.
- Big Good: Shockingly, he turns out to be the true Master of the Heavenly Yard.
- Bishōnen: So much so that he can dress convincingly like a woman.
- Brilliant, but Lazy: To the point that when told to do something in the "Enbizaka" novel, he proceeds to completely ignore the order and go off to do whatever he wants for an unspecified number of years.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Highly intelligent and a brilliant scientist, but also eccentric and prone to unprofessional behavior.
- Creepy Crossdresser: Shows up in a maid's uniform in Fifth Pierrot, merely wearing the dress because he wants to. His predilection for girl's clothes creeps everyone out during his childhood, and it doesn't help that he's an HER.
- Dark Is Evil: His and Levia's dragon form is black.
- Deity of Human Origin: The First Period was just a normal, for lack of a better term, reality without magic. Behemo himself was a scientist, and he and his fellow researchers ended up creating the Second Period by accident.
- Disproportionate Retribution: Is implied to have murdered his own girlfriend for not letting him wear her clothes.
- Dude Looks Like a Lady: Is mistaken for a woman by Gumillia. Later, in The Tailor of Enbizaka, he pretends to be a young woman named Bufuko, without being found out for what seems to be years.
- Giant Flyer: His and Levia's dragon form is so huge that when they rise into the sky in Levianta, people in Elphegort can see them clearly.
- Half-Identical Twins: With his sister, Levia. In truth, the reason for this is they are actually not twins at all but alternate versions of each other.
- HeelFace Turn: While he originally wanted to destroy the world to prevent humans from prospering in it, after hundreds of years of being asleep and seeing humans prosper in the world he more or less lost that motivation. Then this is subverted in The Tailor of Enbizaka. He might have become a bit less unmotivated about it but he's still callous enough about the world to try and destroy it using Allen. Double subverted as of master of the heavenly yard, where it's revealed that he is the titular Master of the Heavenly Yard and it's strongly implied that the real reason he took such an interest in Allen was that he wanted him and Riliane to enact a Re_Birthday and start the world anew rather than destroy it.
- Historical Hero Upgrade: Weird In-Universe example. He helped create humans but refused to give the Third Period to them, and as such were transformed into a dragon and demoted from godhood, as written in the Levin Bible's Old Testament. Further down the line the Twin Gods become the main gods in the Levin Pantheon, with Held being a heretic god and Sickle all but forgotten.
- Lonely Doll Girl: He's a boy (not that you'd know by looking at him), but he was always playing with dolls and was always alone because everyone was creeped out by his crossdressing habit.
- Manipulative Bastard: Along with his sister—primarily during Project MA, although he does appear to have some schemes going on once he resurfaces. It's suggested that he and Levia manipulated Maria to start the entire project just to escape the Sin ark. Then in the Tailor novel he manipulates Allen into trying to meet with Riliane again, with the implication that something terrible would happen if he had succeeded.
- Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: The Feminine Boy to Levia's Masculine Girl.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Named after mythical beast Behemoth.
- Jerkass God: Like Levia and a few others, he tried to murder Sickle and Held when they suggested letting the humans govern themselves in the Third Period.
- Possessing a Dead Body: He and Levia end up possessing Elluka Chirclatia's corpse, though as a result of this possession, Elluka's body becomes fully functional again, just no longer inhabited by her original soul. Neither of them are initially aware of this, either, as Levia loses her memories and becomes convinced that she is Elluka while Behemo falls asleep and remains dormant for the following 600 years.
- Pride: Has a fair bit of this, especially in his ability to create bodies.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: After they tried to kill Sickle and Held near the start of the Third Period, they were sealed inside the Sin ark. Also counts when they're both sealed in Elluka's body. As of Pierrot, he's free again.
- Sharing a Body: After the Catastrophe, Behemo shares Elluka Chirclatia's body with Levia and is the dormant of the two souls.
- Sibling Rivalry: Stated in Heavenly Yard that the two hate each other.
- Sibling Yin-Yang: With Levia. Behemo is more amicable but also more proud and stubborn.
- Spanner in the Works: Despite mellowing out after so many years of inactivity, he still wishes to mess around with Sickle's plans by reincarnating Allen. He also wants Seth's influence on the Ground diminished.
- Squick: In-universe, his crossdressing habit had always invoked this reaction from his peers. He was always alone because of this.
- Two Beings, One Body: Their dragon formed is two-headed, with a sibling per head.
- Would Hurt a Child: He finds several cryogenically frozen ghoul children in Freezis containers under Castle Hedgehog. Deciding that they were flawed knockoffs of his own creations because they were made by Seth, he orders them destroyed.
- "I'm just a bat."
A fourth god of the Bolganio continent, appearing in the short story Heavenly Yard. He's shown to be friends with Held, and previously Levia-Behemo.
- All-Powerful Bystander: Is content with simply observing the course of his creation. This is later subverted when he decides to break his own rules and intervene after the Third Period's destruction.
- Blatant Lies: In nearly all of his appearances, he makes sure the reader and anyone else who meets him knows he's a perfectly normal talking bat with nothing strange about him.
- God Is Flawed: Has been shown making mistakes in judgment before, he wasn't originally a god, after all, and his actions are sometimes criticized by Held.
- The Gods Must Be Lazy: He does next to nothing in the story at all, only watching things play out in the Bolganio continent, because he wishes to uphold his rules about the world. Eventually this is averted when he sets out to stop the worst ending to the Third Period from coming to pass.
- Humans Are Special: A firm believer in this, which is why his rules ban the gods from interfering into their affairs. He's constantly amazed by the progress that the Third Period humans make, as well.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: "Sickle" is a name given to him by a scientist who saw his bat form; he decided it would do. Allen even says he has never told him his name, so he settles for calling him "Sickle" while everyone else calls him "Sun God." We finally learn his true name in The master of the heavenly yard novel.
- The Power of the Sun: He's also called the Sun God in old Levin Texts.
- Sinister Scythe: Wields two in human form, although they are used for the intended use (farming), rather than as a weapon.
- Top God: Appears to be one, credited as the creator of the Third Period. The Muzzle novel reveals he's a regular earthling along with the rest of the "gods", although even Levia admits there's still mysteries about what he can do...
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Held; Held gives Sickle a lot of criticism and Sickle tends to snap back in kind. The two of them also refuse to tell the other what they're plotting with their apparent "successors". Despite this, they are shown to be quite close, judging by how Sickle based all of Elphegort on Held's human form.
- Walking Spoiler: His very presence as the alleged creator god of all Bolganio as well as his actions in Heavenly Yard shakes up everything fans used to know about Evillious mythology. Even beyond that, his true nature as revealed in the Muzzle novel is a massive spoiler for the series.
SPOILER CHARACTER (Luna Hazuki)
The Moon Goddess and fifth god of the Bolganio continent. She is mentioned in the Seven Crimes and Punishments short story.
- Unrequited Love Lasts Forever: While she has never had any interest in anyone, Gilles Derais was smitten with her and still missed her when the world ended.
- Forgotten Fallen Friend: All her fellow gods forgot she existed due to Sickle's rules.
- Shout-Out: Possibly one to Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase.
- The Sixth Ranger: She is the fifth god of creation, up until her mention people always believed there were four.
All the Demons
- "Give over everything to me."
The Demons of Sin that were released from Eve Moonlit's dead body after her death and spread throughout Evillious. At one point or another they were placed in physical vessels to be more easily controlled, and have been the instigators of many horrible events in Evillious. They're known for possessing susceptible individuals and warping them to act out their respective sins.
- Animalistic Abomination: The cover for "Seven Crimes and Punishments" shows the apparent true forms for Envy, Greed, Lust and Gluttony are this; a fish, a six-winged owl, a bat winged goat, and a pig with fly wings, respectively. A few of them are capable of taking on human forms, though.
- Blank Slate: Word of God is that none of the demons have personalities or motivations at their birth, but they come to take on the personality traits of those they possess. The exception to this are Envy and Wrath, who have retained all their memories of the Second Period.
- Catchphrase: "Give over everything to me" as seen above.
- Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Each of the demons are represented by the colors of the sin character possessed by them. In Wrath's case, it changes from white to green, which is taken by the audience as symbolic of Clarith and then Nemesis' significant possessions by Wrath.
- The Corrupter: Their schtick is exploiting the weaknesses of average humans to tempt them to contract, and are able to possess them even without their consent and twist their behavior.
- Deal with the Devil: Although it's not necessary, their most common tactic is to have their host "contract" with them and gain special powers in return for being possessed. How to contract seems to depend on the vessel, such as drinking from the Glass of Conchita and stabbing oneself with the Venom Sword.
- Demonic Possession: How the demons operate, possessing hosts to feed off of and in return granting them powers. Although it's not necessary for them to make a contract, most of the main hosts in the series do this.
- Eldritch Abomination: To be expected, seeing as they're corrupting demons—each time they're shown outside a host or vessel (granted, all of them were shown in non-canon comedy mangas, save for the new Demon of Gluttony, Banica, who makes an appearance in Twiright Prank) it's as a scary shadowy thing that doesn't quite have a solid form. In reality, their true forms are either animal-like or humanoid.
- Fallen Angel: The six Demons of Sin are the surviving relatives of the Four Gods after the destruction of the Second Period and the creation of the Third, existing as shadows of their former selves.
- For the Evulz: This appears to be each Demons' motivation, as in this series and elsewhere they complain of being "bored" when their host isn't acting out their sin.
- Healing Factor: Lust and Gluttony are able to grant this to their hosts, with Conchita's descendants in particular having higher than average recovery rates (such as Germaine).
- Hearing Voices: Part of their MO as the Evil variety; this ranges from ominous whispered phrases to holding an actual conversation with their host. For the former, some of their victims don't even question where the voice is coming from.
- Humanoid Abomination: The Demon of Sloth (AKA, Eve Moonlit) and Banica Conchita as the new Demon of Gluttony.
- Killed Off for Real: One wouldn't think that a demon could die, but the Demon of Gluttony turns out to have been killed in a sense when Banica ate it—although the Seven Crimes and Punishments album cover hinted that the demon would make a reappearance, the story inside confirmed that it's not coming back.
- Made of Magic: More specifically, they seem to be made of the magic Eve let off upon her death. Or rather that was the explanation given; in actuality they are the remaining six god kin (one, Sloth, being Eve herself) who exist as shadows of their former selves, not remembering their former lives.
- Power Gives You Wings: When they allow (or force) their host to undergo a full demonic transformation it can include wings. The demon of Lust, for example, gives its host a huge pair of bat wings and the Demon of Pride takes this trope to the extreme in giving its host six wings.
- The cover for "Seven Crimes and Punishments" reveals that the wings the demons grant their hosts are their own wings from their true forms; the Demon of Lust is a goat with bat wings, the Demon of Greed is six-winged owl and the Demon of Gluttony is a pig with fly wings.
- Seven Deadly Sins: Each influences their host to act according to the sin they represent. Gluttony is the only one that varies a little, meaning not just excessive appetite but specifically driving its host to eat disgusting "evil" things. Subverted because there's only six demons, and Sloth is Eve posing as one.
- Shapeshifting: Each demon can induce a transformation into their main form, such as Lust giving Venomania wings, horns, and claws. Subverted with Ney, who was expecting this when voluntarily possessed, but only got a change in clothes, as the demon of Gluttony's true form became Conchita's human appearance after she ate it.
- Soul Jar: Each demon has a vessel that their "true body" stays in; killing the host of the demon won't affect them because of this, since they can just return to their vessel, and the only way to stop the demon is to seal it up.
- Super Empowering: They all have the ability to lend their powers to their contractors to do with as they like.
- Was Once a Man: Aside from the Demon of Wrath, who is a sentient mask, all of them used to be human researchers in the Second Period.
Seth Twiright/Ziz-san, The Demon of Wrath
- "I must look for the next Ma for the sake of granting my ambition."
A scientist who become the director of Project 'Ma' after the first project fails, who has a hidden past of human experimentation unknown to most people. He saves Meta Salmhofer from execution, after which she assists him in his experiment.
In truth, however, he isn't human at all—he's one of the god-kin that became a demon after Levia's rebellion, becoming the Demon of Wrath trapped inside Grim the End, the golden key. His true form is apparently that of a living mask.
At the end of Fifth Pierrot, he and Gumillia forge a partnership to become Master of the Hellish Yard.
During the events of The Muzzle Of Nemesis he uses his vessel's shapeshifting powers to pretend to be an octopus, Nemesis' pet "Ziz-san", before finally revealing to her his true nature as a demon and spurring her on to commit her vengeance.
- Affably Evil: Despite being a propagator of malice and HER syndrome, he's surprisingly cordial when spoken to face to face, and expresses no personal ill-will towards anyone. His relaxed and easy-going nature is presented as genuine as the enjoyment he derives from causing havoc.
- Ambition Is Evil: His reasons for joining Project 'Ma' is ambition, rather than a desire to save the country from "Sin". Since he's and HER and later becomes one of the Demons of Sin, the "evil" part is well assured.
- Artifact of Doom: The Golden Key; even more appropriately Seth's true form is a mask.
- Big Bad: Of the Original Sin Story arc, being Irina's and Pale's creator. He even stays an antagonist through the Chronicles as the Demon of Wrath.
- He's really the big bad for the entire chronicles, as he's responsible for screwing up the Third Period's creation as a fresh start for humanity. Everyone who's an HER in the series owes it to his influence. Strangely enough, he's on the side of good by the end.
- Card-Carrying Villain: He's an evil, corrupting demon and proud of it.
- Combat Tentacles: Used them to destroy the ship Michelle was on as a ziz tiama.
- Cool Pet: As Ziz-san, an octopus that can high-five with his tentacles. It definitely qualifies.
- Deal with the Devil: Nemesis agreeing to become friends with him counts as a contract with the Demon of Wrath, for him at least.
- Determinator: He's incredibly patient when it comes to completing his goals.
- Empathic Shapeshifter: As the demon he can take the form of the wrathful party's loved one and goad them to harm other people. His vessel can also change into a knife when in contact with body heat or the passions of the wielder.
- Evil Laugh: Shown in the Pierrot novel that he laughs quite a lot when getting his way, or even when he isn't.
- Expy: To Majora. He is an evil sentient mask with great powers, great enough so he can be called God of Evil, and actively manipulates people and starts chaos just For the Evulz.
- Fashionable Asymmetry: An interesting variant; his mask form is missing its right eye hole. This carries over to his human body being blind in that eye.
- For the Evulz: Takes joy in killing people and causing mayhem.
- For Science!: His main motivation is to satisfy his curiosity by making experiments and observing others, as long as they aren't "boring".
- The Friend Nobody Likes: Excluding Nemesis (and even she has problems with him), pretty much no one who has any reason to interact with him can stand him. At best, they tolerate him. At worst they despise him.
- HeelFace Turn: Kind of. He never quite goes "good" but he mellows out considerably after working with Gumillia and bonding with Nemesis. Heck, he even helps save the day in the end by helping kill Ma after she switches bodies with Nemesis.
- Humanoid Abomination: Appears as the Master of the Hellish Yard on the "Seven Crimes and Punishments" album with the true forms of the other demons. The actual demon is the mask that the Master wears, although in Original Sin Story the demon is in the body known as Seth Twiright.
- Ironic Name: Named after Seth, from Genesiswhich is ironic because Seth (aside from being a sibling of Cain and Abel) replaced Abel as the good son.
- Karma Houdini: He never gets any real comeuppance for his crimes. Heck, he's implied to get reborn into the Fourth Period at the end of everything.
- Kraken and Leviathan: The "Kraken" variety.
- Lab Coat Of Science And Medicine: Wears a more interesting variant than most, including a kind of mozetta around the shoulders.
- Lack of Empathy: Because he's an HER, he doesn't care about how his actions affect others, leaving a lot of damage and destruction in his path.
- Last of Its Kind: The demon's true form is as the last of the "masks with wills" from the Second Period, a race of sentient masks.
- Long-Lost Relative: He's Pale's twin brother. At least that's his cover story. In reality, he created Pale and upwards of twelve other HERs.
- Mad Scientist: Intent on becoming the scientist to make Project 'MA' a reality, no matter the cost. He has a long history of human experimentation to spread HER Syndrome.
- Magikarp Power: When first seen as an octopus, he is the size of a regular octopus, but he can become big enough to take down a ship at will.
- Meaningful Name:
- His surname refers to the song "Twiright Prank."
- Seth is one of the names of Adam's children, and Set is also the name of the Egyptian god that tore Osiris apart.
- "Ziz" is also the name of a Biblical monster, although the Ziz was described as an enormous bird rather than a sea monster.
- Monster Progenitor: His human experimentation causes him to be this in a big way, seeing as he's the original HER and created all the others, including Pale, Kiril, and Irina. He also put the HER gene into the zygotes for Hansel and Gretel.
- On another note he's also responsible for creating the Venom Sword, among other vessels of sin.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: The name of the key he uses as a vessel is "Grim the End."
- Older Than They Look: He looks like a young man, but his human body is well over 40. As he's from the Second Period he's really hundreds, if not thousands, of years old and his human body may not age at the same rate as other humans'.
- Parental Abandonment: To the Ghoul Children he created, though he does end up working with Irina and Meta as subjects during Project Ma (and in Irina's case appears to pass along all of his knowledge to her post-Levianta Catastrophe). He also left Amostia, the boy of Punishment, behind, though to be fair he was an Empty Shell when he did that.
- Pet the Dog:
- For as horrible as he is, he genuinely likes Nemesis and treats her kindly, even to the point of distinguishing her from Levia, something he has never done with Levia's other reincarnations.
- He and Gumillia manage to get along surprisingly well too, though their relationship was somewhat rocky at first. At the very least, he honored his end of the bargain by not taking over her body.
- Pragmatic Villainy: He created a terrible weapon that could destroy the Third Period, but he sealed it away—not because he actually cares, mind you, but more because even he doesn't want to destroy a world so scientifically interesting.
- Satanic Archetype: The most clear cut example in the series. He's a being who corrupted everything just because he wanted to see what would happen, likes to make Faustian deals with people, his ultimate goal is to spread evil and malice and chaos everywhere, and he's the demon representing the sin of Wrath among the Seven Deadly Sins.
- Self-Made Orphan: "Outlaw & Lychgate" has him reveal that he shot his own mother, breaking her mask in half and killing her.
- Separated at Birth: From Pale, according to the narrative that they're twins.
- Shapeshifting: Can take on several different forms both alive and inanimate due to the golden key's powers.
- Sharing a Body: Shares the Golden Key with Adam Moonlit sometime after leaving his human body behind.
- Smart People Wear Glasses: A brilliant scientist who nonetheless has poor vision.
- Soul Jar: The Golden Key.
- Tentacled Terror: For a time he pretends to be an adorable octopus that can turn into a giant sea monster.
- Truly Single Parent: He created several Ghoul Children, including Meta Salmhofer and Irina Clockworker, with the intention of spreading more HERS.
- Villain with Good Publicity: While the Senate knows he has a shady past, if Kiril is any indication the public only believed Seth wanted what was best for Levianta.
- Would Hurt a Child: Shows absolutely no scruple with abandoning his creations when they're still small children, and as the Demon of Wrath is one of the ones behind killing Lemy.
- Wrath: The sin he represents as a demon.
Gilles Derais, The Demon of Lust
- "That's right. This is the right choice."
The demon that dwells in the Venom Sword; it represents the sin of Lust and entices contractors to carry out its respective sin. Its most notable contractor is Sateriasis Venomania, but it has a large amount of influence throughout the series.
- Animalistic Abomination: It's a goat-like creature with bird legs, bat wings, and four horns.
- Brainwashed: One of the powers of this demon is to give contractors the ability to brainwash the opposite sex to become love-sick slaves of the user, as Venomania demonstrated.
- The Casanova: Before becoming a demon, he had quite a few lovers while aboard the arc. Among them was Rahab Barisol, the Demon of Envy
- Deadpan Snarker: Its commentary on Venomania, Kyle, and later Allen's behavior makes it into this.
- Horned Humanoid: Its contractors end up having two of its horns sprout out during a demonic transformation.
- Horns of Villainy: Gives it to its contractors, and the goat itself has several horns (even for a goat.)
- Hypnotic Eyes: One of the powers it can grant to individuals contracted with it, as Sateriasis Venomania found out specifically, it forces members of the opposite sex to fall in love with the contractor.
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: Even as he remembers who he was in the Second Period, he still doesn't quite recall the Moon Goddess or why he and the other 6 rebelled against Sickle
- Lust: The demon who represents this sin, and appears to enjoy it personally.
- Meaningful Name: His name is based on Gilles de Rais, a serial killer known for his rather distasteful perversions.
- Soul Jar: The Venom Sword.
Vlad Tuberci, The Demon of Gluttony
- "Take away food from you, and what's that leave?"
The Demon that dwells in the Glass of Conchita; it represents the sin of Gluttony and entices contractors to carry out its respective sin. Its most notable contractor is Banica Conchita.
- Animalistic Abomination: It's a horned red pig (a species of pig in the series' universe) with fly wings.
- Gluttonous Pig: It's quite literally a hungry pig, and turns its hosts into this metaphorically.
- Humanoid Abomination: Turns into this after Banica devours and replaces it.
- Karmic Death: Influences people to eat, and gets eaten himself.
- Meaningful Name: His name, Vlad, is a reference to Vlad the Impaler, one of the inspirations for Banica Conchita, his most notable contractor.
- His surname is possibly taken from Tubercidin, a kind of agent used to treat cancer. Not only is it a nod to his job as a biotechnology researcher, a side effect of cancer treatment is vomiting blood, and the "Gula Disease" he made caused people to vomit blood.
- Soul Jar: The Glass of Conchita.
- Villainous Breakdown: The demon experiences this at the end of the Gluttony arc in the Seven Deadly Sins Series. When Banica refuses to eat the baby that would save them from the Golden Key's poison, its taunts and attempts to persuade her become increasingly juvenile, until freaking out entirely when she decides to eat herself.
Marie Annette, The Demon of Pride
The Demon that dwells in the Four Mirrors of Lucifenia; it represents the sin of Pride and entices contractors to carry out its respective sin. Its most notable host is Riliane Lucifen dAutriche. During the Second Period, she was a historian and the youngest person on the crew that set out to make the Third Period.
- Animalistic Abomination: Being a tiny bat with six wings.
- Evil Sounds Deep: It has a deep voice (not really fitting the tiny body.)
- Pride: Represents this sin and has an ego to match.
- Meaningful Name: Her name during the Second Period is a reference to Marie Antoinette, the person her most notable contractor, Riliane, is based on.
- Small Name, Big Ego: Fittingly enough, she's an example of this; it is so tiny it could sit in Allen's hand and is the slowest, most easily tired of the demons, yet it insists that it's the most powerful of them all.
- Soul Jar: Originally it was one mirror, but thanks to Abyss I.R. the Demon of Pride has four mirrors as its soul jar making it able to move between them.
Rahab Barisol, The Demon of Envy
The Demon that dwells in the Twin Swords of Levianta and later Kayo's Scissors; it represents the sin of Envy and entices contractors to carry out its respective sin.
- Animalistic Abomination: It's a disturbing looking fish. Averted in her human form.
- Big Eyes, Little Eyes: The fish form of the Demon of Envy has eyes that are appropriately beady and disturbing looking.
- Body Surf: She's able to do this to Octo Kagura, swapping into her body while trapping the woman's soul in her scissors.
- Envy: The sin she represents.
- Humanoid Abomination: Rahab's also able to turn into a humanoid fish-thing.
- Interspecies Romance: With Sudou Nagare; this romance, achieved by her swapping bodies with Octo Kagura, was what conceived Sudou Kayo, making the Demon of Envy Kayo's true mother.
- Murder the Hypotenuse: It's implied in her extra scene of Seven Crimes and Punishments with Gilles (the Demon of Lust) that she killed his other lovers. Although their deaths are also called an "accident".
- Really Gets Around: She had a lot of lovers during the Second Period, to the point that Levia doesn't even know who her father is.
- Soul Jar: The Twin Swords of Levianta, which Chartette reforges into two pairs of scissors later.
Salem Dunbar, The Demon of Greed
The Demon that dwells in the Marlon Spoon; it represents the sin of Greed and entices contractors to carry out its respective sin.
- Animalistic Abomination: A six-winged owl.
- Deal with the Devil: All the demons do this, but the Demon of Greed is the only one that is unwilling to do anything unless it's compensated, except in special circumstances.
- Feathered Fiend: A demonic bird.
- Greed: It both represents and lives up to the sin of Greed, wanting to be materially compensated for its actions.
- Meaningful Name: His name is a reference to Salem, Massachusetts, where the eponymous Salem Witch Trials took place.
- Ominous Owl: Taking this trope to its logical extreme, it's a flat out demonic owl.
- Playing with Fire: It grants its users the ability to wield blue fire from its spoon.
- Quintessential British Gentleman: Levia describes him as such when remembering her time as part of MA.
- Soul Jar: The Marlon Spoon.
Xenos Jaakko's grandson. A historian who meets with Elluka Clockworker and writes about the sin vessels as a result of her knowledge. His texts are known even hundreds of years after they're published and are scoffed at by the public.
- Cassandra Truth: His works on the Seven Deadly Sins are laughed off by other historians as being pure fiction.
- Most Writers Are Writers: He's a historian who writes up many accounts on the Seven Deadly Sins and anything else he learns from Elluka.
- Posthumous Character: There's never a time when he's shown onscreen; instead, his importance to the story is through the literature he left behind, which is read by viewpoint characters throughout the franchise.
- "The one who pressed the switch, it wasn't me!"
A young girl with Hereditary Evil Raiser Syndrome, a bizarre condition that gives her a murderous split personality.
- Abusive Parents: The journals appearing on the PV confirm her "gentle father" was abusive towards her
- Ax-Crazy: Only when her evil split personality takes over. Her journal notes an incident where she snapped and started savagely beating another girl at school who was mean to her.
- Driven to Suicide: Heavily implied (and later confirmed via Word of God) to be the patient who's mentioned as committing suicide in the beginning of the Muzzle of Nemesis novel, with Levia as her doctor.
- Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Her "good" side is represented by blue, while her "bad" one identifies with red.
- Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": Even the journals appearing on the background of the PV only ever refer to her as "the patient".
- Fighting from the Inside: She told herself she was going to be a good girl, but her alter-ego had other plans.
- Madness Mantra: "I am not evil. I am not evil. I am not evil."
- Patricide: When her murderous other self takes control, she brutally murders her own father.
- Split Personality: One is a sweet little girl. The other is a psychotic killer.
The Shadow Parade
- "In the name of our great righteousness!"
The protagonists of the Freezis Fairy Tale "Red Shoe Parade". They're a quartet of vigilantes loudly declaring a cause of great righteousness, though it becomes clear that this claim is questionable at best.
- Asshole Victim: It's hard to feel any sympathy for them when they're executed.
- Ax-Crazy: They kill a man for having a shelter they want.
- Disproportionate Retribution: Oh boy do they love this trope! A guy blocks your path? Rob him! Reaching his house? Rob the house! Feeling lonely? Time to commit rape! Someone has shelter from the rain and you don't? Kill him!
- Karmic Death: Their trademark is dancing around in red shoes. Come their execution day, and they're forced to dance on blazing hot red shoes until they burn to death.
- Obliviously Evil: Implied. They end up questioning why they've been confined in the dark for so long and then killed for their crimes, to the point that it's implied that they don't even understand the concept of a "punishment".
- Rape as Drama: One of the many horrible things they do is rape a family of "thieves".
- Rape, Pillage, and Burn: They insist they're acting out of a desire for grand justice, when really they just want to do this.
- Show Within a Show: They're characters in an in-universe story written by Yukina Freezis, suggested to be based off of the Beelzenian Red Shoe Army.
- Villain Protagonist: Don't believe them when they say they're working for grand justice.
- "This is my and your love romance"
The protagonist of the Freezis Fairy Tale "The Frog and My Love Romance", a snake who falls in love with a frog.
- Consuming Passion: Being a snake, he had an instinctual desire to eat his beloved frog.
- Interspecies Romance: With a frog. Doubly so as it turns out he himself is a snake.
- Reality Ensues: His romance with the frog doesn't last long, as frogs have an instinctive fear of snakes, who are natural predators of them.
- Show Within a Show: He's a character from an in-universe story written by Yukina Freezis.
- Snakes Are Sinister: Played with; he's actually a snake, but his love for the frog seems genuine. He's greatly saddened when she runs away from him (though he then admits the culmination of his love would have involved eating them anyway).
- Tomato Surprise: It only becomes clear in the second verse that he's actually a snake.
- "Oh traveling bus, carry this love"
The protagonist of the song "Ten Minute Love". In the song she has a crush on a boy that rides the same bus as her, but is too shy to talk to him. As a result, the song just has her singing about how she feels about him before she has to get off at her stop.
- Cannot Spit It Out: She likes a boy, but is too shy to talk to him.
- Nice Girl: Seems to be a friendly and outgoing girl, if a little bit shy.
- No Name Given: In her initial song she's nameless. Though the "Master of the Heavenly Yard" novel confirms her name is Rin, her surname is still never given.
- Ordinary High-School Student: Appears to be an entirely normal teenage girl, unlike a good majority of the characters in the Evillious Chronicles.
- Reincarnation: She's implied to be a reincarnation of Riliane following Riliane and Allen's Re_Birthday; even if she isn't, she's got to be a reincarnation of someone from Evillious, as her song takes place in the new world that Allen and Riliane created.
- Shrinking Violet: Possibly, though it's not clear if this is her actual personality or if she's simply tongue-tied around her crush.