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    Ange 

The protagonist of the story, she ventures with Bernd into a gingerbread house.


  • Friendly Neighborhood Vampire: She is a very sweet girl despite her vampirism, and while she does go crazy at times, she can’t really control it.
  • Lesbian Vampire: Cynthia wants her to be one, but she isn’t.
  • Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: The masculine girl to Bernd’s feminine boy, especially in flashbacks.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: She's a "halfer", a vampire created via drinking the blood of another strong vampire rather than a bite, which only makes one an inferior "quarter". Most of the halfers eventually go insane from it, but she seems to overcome it eventually. She does have episodes of mania and delusion, though... until it's revealed that these are not delusions.
  • Star-Crossed Lovers: With Bernd, who’s father and village hate her and want to kill her for being a vampire.

    Bernd 

Ange’s close friend/Love Interest, and the protagonist of his story mode.


  • Dhampyr: He is one, which implies his mother was a vampire since his father clearly isn't, though he and his father hail from a long lineage of mostly-human vampire hunters which was started by a vampire founder.
  • Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: The feminine boy to Ange’s masculine girl, especially in flashbacks.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: He becomes a halfer in the Golden Ending. Since he was already a Dhampyr, he won't run into the issue of potentially going insane from his body rejecting the vampire blood.
  • Star-Crossed Lovers: With Ange, whom his father and the village hates and tries to kill for being a vampire.
  • Tsundere: Toward Ange, his Love Interest, but he Cannot Spit It Out for a long time.
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    Cynthia 

A friend of Ange and not-quite-friend to Bernd, with whom she had a lot of confrontations before she was killed.


    Bernd's father 
Bernd's paranoid father who essentially runs the village and is the main antagonist of the story. He wants to kill Ange for the good of the village.
  • Abusive Parents: Downplayed; while he does not exactly treat his son badly, he does forbid him from seeing his girlfriend, plots to kill her, and tells him off coldly when he objects.
  • Big Bad: His plot to kill Ange is what drives Bernd to bring Ange to the gingerbread house and lock her inside.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: For how cold he is towards his son, he seems to genuinely love him, with his whole motivation to kill Ange being a misguided attempt to protect him.
  • Fantastic Racism: Towards vampires, which is why he forbids his son from having a relationship with Ange.
  • Hypocrite: He despises Ange and wants to kill her for being a vampire, but was previously fully willing to use her as an execution device by feeding convicted witches to her.
  • Love-Obstructing Parents: He outright wants his son's girlfriend literally burned at the stake for being a vampire.
  • Overprotective Dad: Rare father-on-son example, and Played for Drama at that, as he really does seem to love his son, and it is for this reason that he will not let Ange get anywhere near him, even being willing to flat-out murder her.
  • Unnamed Parent: Despite his large role, his name is never given.
  • Van Helsing Hate Crimes: He rouses the village to kill Ange, even though she is mostly a Friendly Neighborhood Vampire and cannot control her bouts of hunger-induced insanity. He also leads the witch-hunts and has witches killed for supposedly being a threat to the village.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: He leads the witch-hunts and wants to kill Ange because he feels that the witches and Ange, as a vampire, are a threat to the village and to his son.

    D 
The narrator of the game who, despite his claims, plays an important role within the story itself.
  • Affably Evil: Despite being a villainous vampire, he is friendly to Ange and Bernd, and roots for their victory.
  • Blatant Lies: He claims to be definitely just the narrator and have no relation to the story itself.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: He was the first vampire who is responsible for the village's hatred of vampires which drives the plot, but he doesn't appear for most of it, only being the narrator, with Bernd's vampire-hating father being the Big Bad.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: He's a pure-blood and therefore an incredibly powerful, ancient vampire who can make minions/new vampires and seems to have some affinity for necromancy, a trait he passes to Ange, whom he turned one year before the story starts.
  • Really 700 Years Old: He reveals in the Sunday School that, despite looking like 30, that number is clearly a few digits off.
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