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Riot, Vallery, Margo, Farrah, and Yuno. I will never forgive you! Your deaths will not be easy or quick.
The Protagonist. Betrayed by the party of "hero" Yuno, cursed by the "Chains of Darkness" magic and Left for Dead at the beginning of chapter 1.
  • Adaptational Badass: In the manga, he doesn't have any trouble walking around. In the original novel, he could only hobble with a cane so slowly, a man in a wheelchair could outrace him.
  • Advancing Boss of Doom: After a 2-year time-skip, he has stewed in his grudges so thoroughly that his "Fixed Damage" skill delivers 9999 damage every three seconds. He doesn't have to do anything but slowly lumber until he's within 10 meters of his enemies, whether they have enmity to him or he has enmity to them, and they die, breaking into particles of light. There are few ways to avoid this, and they are very rare and expensive.
  • Antihero: He still protects innocents, as much as he can, anyway, and doesn't kill indiscriminately, even if it is for pragmatic reasons, but he's driven entirely by hate and revenge, and his targets are truly heinous, deserving no mercy.
  • Chain Pain: When his [Darkness] evolves, he's able to summon unbreakable chains that he can use to restrain his enemies. He uses this on Mica to prevent the lout from running away and massacring another village to try and power himself up with [Light] further for his self-righteous vengeance.
  • Crippling Overspecialization: Literally. His curse has crippled him to the point that a normal punch can break his bones, and he can only move so slowly an old-man in a wheelchair can outrace him. His only defense being a field that does "fixed damage" over a 10-meter omnidirectional radius. It takes a two-year time-skip for him to make this radius an "Instant Death" Radius that delivers 9999 damage to any threat, even spells.
  • Despair Event Horizon: Invoked. The "hero" party he was with goaded, taunted, cuckoled and cursed him to drive him to despair as much as possible so they could give an equal level of antithecal power to Yuno, the Designated Hero. Chrome is forced by the curse to seek out graphic vengeance, and in the two-year time-skip it took for him to get strong enough to deliver it, these so-called heroes have gone and done acts so vile, nobody who knows can disagree that they deserve it.
  • Driven to Villainy: Prior to being cursed, he was a decent man who struggled to master magic and would have performed a Heroic Sacrifice to save his loved ones. After being cursed, he's driven by hate and vengeance, wanting nothing more than to deliver gruesome fates to those that betrayed him; he cares not a whit about their reasons. Fortunately for his conscience, they are all horrible, horrible people whose sole "heroic" act was purely for their own fame and glory, and burned through their goodwill over the time-skip with pure atrocity.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: After a great many battles, pain, suffering, and hardship, he and his two ladies manage to catch up to the self-proclaimed heroes, put them all into tailor made Ironic Hells, and destroyed their reputations forever. With the demon king and his armies also completely destroyed by his efforts and those of other parties of actual heroes, he wanders off into the sunset, A Lady on Each Arm, to live the rest of his life in peace.
  • Emasculated Cuckold: Yuno knew Irina was Chrome's fiancé, yet left the bedroom door open while he and Irina groped, kissed, openly flirted, and even had full-blown sexual intercourse, so Chrome would hear it, and then acts like he did nothing wrong when a clearly distressed Chrome is with the party the next day, purely to drive Chrome to despair, hate, and rage.
  • Everyone Has Standards: He may want, and deserve, vigilante vengeance upon the so-called heroes who wronged him, but he's not going to side with the demon army in eradicating mankind.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: Went from a regular mage to an Advancing Boss of Doom with an "Instant Death" Radius thanks to the curse with which he's saddled.
  • Hearing Voices: Once his curse has fully "wakened", it begins speaking to him. Subverted when Shea joins him on his quest and starts hearing the voice too.
  • Implacable Man: He doesn't have to do anything but shuffle up to his target, and once within 10 meters of him, "bam, you're dead."
  • Kill the God: Vayu shows up and tries to shield Yuno, locking the latter behind a magical barrier. Chrome simply marches up to Vayu and sets his damage field to "infinate." Upon contact, the Jerkass God was reduced to nothingness shouting This Cannot Be! Yuno's barrier and artificial arm are also immediately destroyed.
  • Left for Dead: Once the curse "Chains of Despair" was cast upon him, he was left in the woods for monsters to chow on. Unfortunately for Valery, the one who cast the curse, this curse gave him an "Instant Death" Radius which caused the monsters attacking him to die slowly and painfully, the ones in back waiting their turn noticed and fled.
  • Logical Weakness: In order for his "Fixed Damage" skill to protect him, what seeks to hurt him must have deliberate intent to harm him, or he must have a grudge against it. If an arrow is sent his way by accident, it will still hurt him. Also anything that has more than 9999 hit points can reach him, if it's fast enough.
  • Madden Into Misanthropy: The betrayal he suffered under his previous party, and the praise they get from the public has soured him on humanity as a whole.
  • Oblivious to Love: He's got Shea and Yulin throwing themselves at him almost constantly, yet he never picks up on it. Justified by the the fact that when he did pick up on a romantic overture, Irina, she turned around and cuckoled him, just to make him suffer. And even if he wasn't oblivious, the fact that his bones are as brittle as glass means he can't take the girls up on their loving, period, until the curse he's under is broken.
  • The Power of Hate: His curse is fueled by this, and the more hate he has, the stronger he is.
  • Rapid Aging: One of the aspects of the curse with which he's afflicted is this. His hair has gone from black to silver, his limbs have become withered husks, and his bones are as fragile as glass, forcing him to lumber at a pace so slow an old man in a wheelchair can outrun him. His only hope of getting back to normal is to kill Yuno, the so-called hero to whom his stolen abilities were given.
  • Removed Achilles' Heel: After a couple of trips to [Darkness Phase], he loses the weaknesses of range and limited damage. He can exchange his dome-shaped barrier for a line-of-sight attack, target individual parts of his target as opposed to all of it at once, and he can even do infinite damage to his intended prey, as opposed to only 9999.
  • The Scapegoat: He was chosen, before the party was put together, as the "sacrifice" to power-up Yuno and was Left for Dead to stew in despair. This act of cruelty would be the worst mistake the party ever makes.
  • Too Good for This Sinful Earth: How his former party justified, in their own minds, choosing him as the "sacrifice" to power-up Yuno. He vehemently disagrees and wishes to hunt them down and enact horrific vengeance.

     Shea Framwright
Please, I'm begging you! Help me take revenge on Riot!
A knight Chrome chances upon, cornered by Riot's men as the louts were threatening her with rape, before promising to deliver her to Riot so he could sexually abuse, torture, and murder her, for his sick pleasure.
  • Absurdly Sharp Blade: Her [Disconnection] skill allows her to cut through anything, even spells.
  • Attempted Rape: She is introduced surrounded by Riot's knights, with them smacking her around and threatening to rape her. She does manage to fight off a few, but they quickly overwhelm her with sheer numbers. Then Chrome shows up, and said "knights" go after him instead.
  • Commonality Connection: She bonds with Chrome when she learns that he wants well-justified vengeance against Riot too, and continues to aid, protect, and serve him, willingly, after the revenge is carried out.
  • Does Not Like Men: Justified. Not only was she raised to believe that all men were, at best, perverted sex-addicts, but she was targeted by Riot for sexual torture, abuse, and murder for the "crime" of spurning his sexual advances, and hunted down by his entire male retinue of so-called knights. Even though Chrome treats her kindly and she's loyal to him, she still views him with suspicion, despite the fact that he's so brittle, he can't possibly sex her up in any way.
  • Fiery Redhead: She has blazing red hair and is a very passionate woman with a strong sense of justice.
  • Intimate Marks: Becoming Chrome's [subordinate] has a heart-shaped mark appear on her breasts and it even glows through clothes and armor. Chrome is not certain why that is the case with her as other [subordinates] have marks appear somewhere less racy.
  • Late to the Tragedy: When Chrome realizes Mica had stolen Valery's research into the forbidden spell "Chains of Darkness," Shea is immediately sent to pursue him. By the time she manages to catch up to him, he's already responsible for massacring the nearest village, approximately 2km away...
  • Lightning Bruiser: After being granted [Acceleration] and [Disconnection] skills by Chrome, she moves too fast to track and hits with enough force to render her targets to Ludicrous Gibs.
  • Restored My Faith in Humanity: The fact that she treats Chrome kindly, despite hating men, and doesn't expect anything from him in return, has him mellow ever so slightly, and begin to treasure her feelings for him.
  • You Killed My Father: She wants gruesome vengeance against Riot for not only sexually abusing and torturing her sister, Ria, but passed her broken body around so his male knight retainers could violate her further until she died. Chrome showing up and nonchalantly walking through them as they foolishly tried to attack him and got into his "Instant Death" Radius serves to grant her this vengeance.

One of Valery's test subjects that managed to escape the lab.
  • Aura Vision: She is able to see Chrome's "Darkness" curse aura, and is rightly scared by it.
  • Emergency Transformation: The only option Chrome has that can rescue Yulin is to make her a [subordinate] and then grant her a skill that converts her into a Majin. She accepts and survives.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: All she wants when meeting Chrome and Shea is getting her curse broken so she can go home. Chrome tells her it might be possible, but they have to confront Valery, the one who cursed her, first.
  • Magic Is a Monster Magnet: Invoked. She's cursed with a brand that attracts monsters, and the aroma grows stronger at night.
  • Taking the Bullet: She jumps in front of a magical spear hurled by Mica that could somehow defy his "Instant Death" Radius, almost dying in the process. This makes Chrome believe that death is too good for Mica.
  • You Are Number 6: Valery's entire group calls her "Subject 372." They couldn't care less about her name, home, friends and family, or the horror they put her through.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She is described as having shoulder-length and curly blue hair.

"Hero" party.

The Warrior.
  • Asshole Victim: Nobody, not even his closest knights, mourned his death. The rest of the "Shady" country was just shocked that one of their dukes died without warning or fanfare.
  • Bad Boss: He threatens to behead one butler for not bringing him booze fast enough, which would have required psychic powers to anticipate, and another for speaking up on behalf of the first.
  • The Caligula: As a reward for his part for his part in the death of the devil king, he's given a duke title and a fiefdom. He rules it with a Reign of Terror, killing off male servants for the slightest inconvenience, real or imagined, and sexually terrorizing the female servants. Those that refuse are hunted down raped into an Empty Shell, and then sexually tortured to death.
  • Did Not Think This Through: When Chrome shows up on his doorstep, rather than flee when he has the chance, even when Chrome's ability is spelled out, he kneels, bows his head to the ground and begs forgiveness. Chrome just inches closed and closer until he's caught in the "Instant Death" Radius and killed.
  • Dramatic Irony: He had an artifact that protected him from damage up to 30,000 points. If he had known how Chrome's ability worked, he could, in theory, have run up to Chrome and killed him before Chrome's ability would have shattered the artifact. Unfortunately for him, he didn't have a clue, and the artifact's own 20 meter radius sphere of protection worked against him, as it activated an additional 10 meters away from Chrome.
  • Fat Bastard: Over the two-year time-skip, his life of drunkenness, gluttony, and being a Serial Rapist, has given him a pot-belly, and he's wholly despicable.
  • Serial Rapist: He rapes any woman he can get his hands on, and is on-screen violating a maid in his estate, to the point she screams from the pain and horror of whatever sexual torture she's experiencing.
  • Too Dumb to Live: When someone who spells out that he's got an "Instant Death" Radius is walking up to you, you don't go dropping to your knees and beg forgiveness for the crap you put him through, or the threats you made, you run as fast and far as you can. He does the former and suffers the logical consequences.
  • Villains Want Mercy: When he finds himself face to face with Chrome, he immediately drops to his knees and brings his head to the ground, begging for his life. By this point, he had already shown that he doesn't deserve it, so Chrome just walks up to him, ever so slowly, to draw out his despair before finally getting within 10 meters, instantly, and painfully, giving him a graphic death, and it was just so gratifying.

I've confessed everything! Please don't kill me! Look, you can do whatever you want with my body, just let me live!
The Saintess.
  • Ambition Is Evil: Her villainy is motivated purely by her ambition to be as powerful, rich, and famous as possible, becoming the first ever female Supreme Priest.
  • An Arm and a Leg: Chrome doesn't use his ability to give her an instant death. He has Shea hold her at sword point, just outside the 10 meter range, and then leans in so the radius rubs up against her feet, and then her arms, painfully blasting them off and cauterizing the wounds.
  • Baleful Polymorph: When Chrome catches up to her, he doesn't kill her. That would be too merciful. Instead, he "gifts" her his [Bestial Rage] curse that turns her into a being that would be mistaken for a remnant of the Devil King's armies, and then sets her loose to attack said remnants.
  • Beauty Is Bad: She's "only good on the outside." This means she's physically attractive and morally bankrupt.
  • Evil Makes You Ugly: Invoked. Chrome's curse makes her outer appearance as twisted and abhorrent as her personality.
  • Fate Worse than Death: Chrome does heed to her pleas to spare her life, but puts her through an even worse fate. He gifts her a [Bestial Rage] curse, which is a Baleful Polymorph and then magically compels her to hunt down the vestiges of the Devil King's army. She spends the rest of her on-screen appearances going Attack! Attack! Attack! on said remnants, painfully shattering her limbs in the process, only to have said limbs grow back and doing it again.
  • Engineered Public Confession: One of the two conditions for Chrome to spare her from death is that she confess all her Dirty Business in a magical recording device that he will then use to spread knowledge of her wickedness far and wide. The second is agreeing to be his subordinate, at which point, she's subjected to a Fate Worse than Death.
  • Light Is Not Good: With her saintess title, she's got powerful light-based abilities and healing spells, but she's an unsympathetic harlot who goes through men like tissues, purely for her own advancement.
  • Nothing Personal: She tries to defend herself from Chrome's rage by saying cheating on him with Yuno, where he could hear and see it, was only a Necessary Evil to slay the Devil King and that she actually did love him. This moves Chrome from wanting to kill her to putting her through an even worse fate.
  • Psychic-Assisted Suicide: Her shtick once she becomes the female Supreme Priest. She uses a forbidden chantless spell to force her victims to recant their testimony concerning how she abused them and then commit suicide. She tries this on Chrome only to have his "Instant Death" Radius destroy the spell, at which point Shea puts a blade to her throat, with the explicit threat that if she tries again, it's Off with His Head!.
  • Suicidal Overconfidence: She saw Chrome kill Riot through a magical device, through means she didn't understand, and yet, made no preparations whatsoever, even having a public parade with some knights after her coronation, and even showed off her trump card on a random knight she had earlier abused. To say this goes horribly wrong for her is putting it mildly.
  • The Vamp: She uses sex and her sex-appeal as a weapon to get what she wants. Any man who is no longer useful is unceremoniously tossed aside, and if he objects, he dies.
  • Villains Want Mercy: When Chrome has her cornered, she shamelessly begs for her life, even promising to be his Sex Slave. He spares her life, alright, but subjects her to an even worse fate.
  • Wrong Assumption: Since she got by using her sex-appeal, she presumed she could convince Chrome to spare her by offering to be his Sex Slave, to violate however he wanted. She didn't realize how crippled he is, and how abhorrent he saw her. It's only after she's endured a painful Baleful Polymorph and a Fate Worse than Death that she realized him killing her would have been a mercy!

The Sage.
  • Ambiguous Gender: Depending on the medium or translator, Valerie is sometimes referred to as "he," sometimes "she," and the manga illustrates this character as a man.
  • Bond Villain Stupidity: Knowing more about "darkness" than anyone else, she does manage to disable Chrome's "Instant Death" Radius, but instead of finishing him off when she has the chance, she decides to torment him, break his fragile bones, and mock his plight. This undeniably escalates his resentment to a point where she can't contain it any more, and he decides to settle the score by putting her in her own magic-draining device that she used on so, so many innocent victims. Losing her magic powers, and the loss of her ability to research "darkness," is the one thing she fears more than anything else...
  • Evil Laughter: Remote lab full of dead test-subjects has her laughing like a loon at the "progress" she's made in driving people to death by despair.
  • For Science!: The only thing she cares about is advancing the practice of "Dark Magic" purely for its own sake, and to make her powerful enough to rival "god."
  • Four Eyes, Zero Soul: In the manga, Valerie wears glasses and is still a raging sociopath who only cares about [Darkness] research, seeing people as nothing more than valuable test-subjects.
  • Godhood Seeker: She seeks to master "Darkness" so she can rival the power of the Devil King, and God!
  • Harem Seeker: She spent the two time-skip years surrounding herself with young, talented, and male subordinates and has them compete for her sexual favor by constantly trying to one-up each other. Ultimately, it made them all as sociopathic as she is.
  • Just Think of the Potential!: She justifies her cruelty to Chrome by telling him that his death will give Yuno enough power to defeat the Devil King and save the world. While that is exactly what happens, the so-called heroes in the rest of the party go on to display why giving power to people willing to do such a thing as the first resort don't deserve it.
  • Lack of Empathy: To her, other people are either servants or test-subjects. She cares nothing about their fate.
  • Mad Scientist: When she's reintroduced into the story post-time-skip, she's seen in a hidden laboratory with many victims chained down in despair, with her looking to see just how broken she can make them, purely for the sake of seeing if she can make an even stronger version of the spell "Chains of Despair."
  • A Million Is a Statistic: She deludes herself and teaches her "promising" students that they are special existences and the hundreds, thousands, tens of thousands of villagers they experiment on are nothing of note, especially compared to whatever might be gained by "the research." This makes Chrome even less willing to offer mercy while said students are trying to justify being spared.
  • Nobody Could Have Survived That: She's shocked, confused, and maybe a bit jealous that Chrome survived the "Chains of Despair" curse she inflicted upon him, rather than being devoured by "darkness," and repeatedly questions him on how that could be possible.
  • Not-So-Well-Intentioned Extremist: She turns on and betrays Chrome because the fobridden spell, "Chains Of Despair" has the potential to be the power they need to defeat the Devil King. While that does ultimately prove true, it isn't long before the so-called heroes she "helped" in this manner prove that they're not worthy of it. Her P.O.V. side-chapter reveals that this was just a cover-story. What she really wanted was to bring [Darkness] into the world for research data, and didn't care at all about the Devil King, Chrome, Yuno, or anyone else.
  • The Sociopath: The only emotion she feels is malicious glee at completing a research objective. She is completely incapable of seeing other people as people. Chrome figures hitting her with the "Chains of Darkness" spell she used on him to be completely pointless as a result.
  • The Svengali: She trained Chrome in magic and brought him onto the party, just so she could have a convenient "sacrifice" to power-up Yuno.
  • Tears of Blood: When her magical ability that she's so proud of is stolen from her, she weeps bloody tears when she learns how it feels to have it happen to her, like she forced Chrome to experience it two years earlier.
  • Virgin Sacrifice: Part of her "research" involves offering up the hearts and genitals of virgins. Chrome considers that bit of trivia "too much information."
  • We Can Rule Together: When Chrome is having Shea shove her in her own "test subject storage crystal," part of her pleading is the promise that he can be her precious disciple again, to help rule the world with [Darkness]. Her pleas fall on deaf ears.
  • We Have Reserves: When Chrome catches up to her in her lab, her "favorite" Mica begins to fear that she will use her Student/Teacher Romance harem as guinea pigs to see who fares best against Chrome's ability, and try to reverse engineer it. He tries to delude himself into thinking she won't do that to him because he's her lover...

You have fallen to evil, Chrome. I have to kill you!
The Hero
  • An Arm and a Leg: When he and Chrome briefly clash in [Darkness Phase], he loses an arm to Chrome's "Instant Death" Radius, along with his sword. He is able to recover his sword, but the arm, not so much.
  • Believing Their Own Lies: He has completely deluded himself into believing that he and his party are all The Paragon and the best that humanity has to offer in both martial might and morality. He has conveniently forgotten that he and his party sacrified an innocent to boost their power, prestige, wealth and fame.
  • Designated Hero: In universe. He's chosen by "god" sent to go fight the Devil King.
  • Entitled to Have You: To all the women in the world. He uses mind control on Farah and princess Fanria to compel them to marry him. When the latter learns the truth, especially the part where he and his party cursed Chrome, abandoning him to die for a power-up, she abandons him on the altar and condemns him for having stolen her chastity.
  • Fate Worse than Death: When Chrome catches up to him, and he begs for mercy, he promises to be Chrome's subordinate so they can rule the world together. Not only does Chrome put him through the same treatment as Irina, but forces him to experience the pain all his fellow party members are going through and then locks him in the same lab with Valerie.
  • Harem Seeker: In addition to deluding himself that Irina is faithful and entirely devoted to him, he begins lusting after Farah and thinks he's entitled to sex with her too, and she'd go along happily.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: He willingly turns a blind eye to all of his party's flaws and atrocities. When Riot dies, he honestly believes the asshole was a "good guy" that nobody would have a grudge with, despite "being a little bit violent in some areas."
  • I Reject Your Reality: When he's presented with the testimony of all the nastiness his party's been up to, he just starts waving his sword around yelling "lies! It's all lies!"
  • Light Is Not Good: Wields light-based attacks and weapons, his power further boosted by Valery cursing Chrome with "Chains of Darkness", and he's a piece of scum that doesn't see anything wrong with cuckolding one of his party members and engaging in Human Sacrifice for his own ends.
  • Moral Myopia: He's the one who inflicted NTR on Chrome, joined hands with Valery to curse him, turns a blind eye to all the villainy of his party members, yet when Chrome retaliates, it's Chrome who has sold himself to evil and must be struck down.
  • Selective Obliviousness: Despite knowing that Irina is a woman who cheated on her fiance with him, he deludes himself into thinking she won't also cheat on him with other men to advance her own interests, now that she's his fiance, after the two-year time-skip.
  • Suicidal Overconfidence: The fact that he used stolen power to defeat the Devil King has made him wholly overconfident in his abilities, deluding himself into believing he's invincible. Chrome, the guy he stole his powers from, begs to differ, though he's hesitant to challenge Yuno head-on, for fear the "Light" power he's got might be stronger than his "Darkness."
  • We Can Rule Together: He ends the story promising to help Chrome conquer the world, and making a harem of every woman in it. Chrome finds this offer interesting, but the moment Yuno agrees to be Chrome's subordinate, a Fate Worse than Death came to pass.

     Margot Lascada 
The Knight.
  • The Ace: He was the top knight of the Luphus Empire before becoming a member of Yuno's party.
  • Engineered Heroics: He waits in the shadows until a one-armed Yuno is in dire straits then swoops in to "rescue" him by slaying Lagios, but doesn't actually kill the dragon, just puts it in a state of "false death" for a day, to fool Yuno and humanity at large.
  • Evil Is Petty: Betrayed humanity and sided with the Devil King Army's remnants, because he's butt-hurt that Yuno has more fame and [Power] than himself, as well as being the fiance of Irina, a peerless physical beauty.
  • Faking the Dead: Fakes the death of blue dragon Lagios as part of a ploy to outshine Yuno and make himself "humanity's greatest."
  • Fallen Hero: After the Devil King was slain, at some point in the time-skip, he turned from serving humanity to serving the remnants of the Devil King army, for petty envy and to seek more "power" so he can depose Yuno as "the best of humanity."
  • False Friend: Plays the part of Yuno's ally pretty damn convincingly, but is just stringing him along to make himself look good and to take the position of "humanity's best" for himself, to get fame, glory, riches, and women, and in abundance.
  • Glory Hound: He must absolutely, positively, be the most famous person around. He will engage in Engineered Heroics, selling out humanity to the demons, and even straight up murdering genuine heroes so he can be in the spotlight. Chrome makes it his mission to bring this to an end, destroying his reputation forever before letting him die.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: He always looked upon Yuno with nothing but envy, for the fact that Yuno is younger, has Irina as a fiance, outshines him in power and skill, thanks to getting "Light" as a result of Chrome being sacrificed, and fame, as a result of being the one who dealt the death-blow to the Devil King.
  • Ironic Hell: His final fate is being trapped in a coccoon, getting a Death of a Thousand Cuts as he's Forced to Watch his fame and glory being tarnished with the monuments dedicated to him being torn down and defiled.
  • Malicious Slander: When he's caught about to kill Viktoria because she's being genuinely heroic, and stopping the demon king's army, which he intended to let rampage, just so he could swoop in at the right moment and make himself look like a "hero", purely to boost his own fame and glory, he tries to claim Chrome sold his soul to the demons and is the actual aggressor. This ultimately fails him.

     Farrah Zayed 
The Swordsman.
  • Ambiguously Brown: Whatever her ethnicity, she's very dark-skinned.
  • An Arm and a Leg: Chrome gets his vengeance on her by using his [Darkness] to destroy her arms and legs so she can never wield a sword again.
  • Blood Knight: Her greatest joy is not sex, it's bringing her sword down on strong enemies.
  • Chainmail Bikini: Her actual combat attire.
  • Clothing Damage: In the battle with Lagios, what few clothes she was wearing were torn and broken.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: She responds to cat-calls from ministers by forcing them into "a duel" where she one-sidedly chops off their limbs and leaves them a bloody mess on the ground, where they're healed by magic to be kept alive, but just barely.
  • Extreme Omnisexual: Young, old, male, or female, it doesn't matter to her, but she has to be the one who initiates it. Hearing perverted cat-calls will make her murderous and she's carve up the offender to bits.
  • Fate Worse than Death: Chrome destroys her legs and her dominant arm, leaving her all but helpless. This deprives her of her greatest pleasure as a master swordsman and leaves her vulnerable to all the people she's abused.
  • Interplay of Sex and Violence: Carving people up makes her horny. After she's one-sidedly sliced up some ministers who cat-called her, she calls for three male prostitutes of various ages and has sex with all three of them at the same time.
  • Really Gets Around: She has a long, long list of sexual experience and finds Yuno "boring" because she sees him as a "virgin boy."


Devil King Remnants

     Blue Dragon Lagios 
One of the surviving 13 demon generals.
  • Breath Weapon: As to be expected from a dragon, it breathes a curtain of lightning.
  • The Brute: Has no technique, skill, strategy, or tactics, preferring brute force and its sheer size to get things done.
  • Faking the Dead: Pretends to have been slain by Margot as part of a scheme to have Margot surpass Yuno as "the hero."
  • Shock and Awe: Offense focuses on lightning based attacks.

     Vampire Fangrilas 
One of the surviving generals.
  • Big Damn Villains: She shows up and uses a powerful charm on Harold's party to stop them from attacking Chrome. That particular hero and his party were simply misguided, confusing Chrome for a demon-monster and whom Chrome had no grudge against.
  • Charm Person: She has an inherent activity to charm enemies into allies. She uses an artifact to reduce the mental resistance of Harold and party by 90% to make them stop attacking Chrome.
  • Even Evil Can Be Loved: Chrome knows she's one of the demon king's top generals, and that she's guilty of a lot of nastiness, but when she gives him a Love Confession as she lays dying, Chrome can't help but reciprocate.
  • No Body Left Behind: After she dies, her body turns to particles of light and disintegrates.
  • An Offer You Can't Refuse: Even after turning down the seat of a demon general, Chrome still follows along because Fangrilas offered to show him a way to boost his power of [Darkness], and with the self-righteous Yuno boosting his power of [Light] and bearing a murderous self-inflicted grudge, Chrome needs all the help he can get.
  • We Can Rule Together: She offers Chrome a high-ranking seat among the demon army, but while Chrome is rightfully hostile to Yuno, he's not eager to help the demons hunt down humans.


     Ria Framwright 
Shea's elder sister.
  • Crime of Self-Defense: She was sentenced to sexual torture, rape and death for daring to refuse Riot's sexual advances and defending herself when his male knights went after her.
  • Death by Origin Story: Her death is what motivates Shea to go after Riot.
  • "Not If They Enjoyed It" Rationalization: A victim of it. One of the so-called knights going after Shea said she was a whore who enjoyed getting raped to death "because she was really getting into it at the end." Shea and Chrome do not take this kindly when they hear it.
  • Parental Substitute: When their parents died, she became Shea's guardian. Shea took her death especially hard.
  • Post Humous Character: Long dead by the time she's introduced.

Valery's "favorite" student and sex-toy.
  • Human Sacrifice: Wipes out an entire village of innocents, just to power himself up with "Light" to go against Chrome and avenge Valery.
  • Light Is Not Good: He has an affinity with "Light" but he's just an Axe-Crazy mass murdering Mad Scientist who doesn't see anyone but himself and his mentor Valery as people, but only as disposable tools and research materials.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: Completely devoted to Valery's goals, despite how despicable they are.
  • Revenge Myopia: He knows that he and Valery have done terrible, terrible things, but seeks to avenge her when Chrome shows up, even though he's a former disciple she betrayed, but hey, only Valery and her current disciples are actually people, so the victims should have been grateful to be of use in such ground-breaking research, right?
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: While the rest of Valery's students and sex-toys just kept spamming stronger and stronger spells at Chrome, trying to get past his "Instant Death" Radius, he had the good sense to run.
  • Self-Proclaimed Love Interest: He's completely deluded himself into believing that Valery loved him and him alone, with all the other disciples being mere toys. He pointedly refuses to believe her own words that he was also only a disposable sex toy, despite hearing it out of her sight, and with her not knowing he was even there.
  • Spanner in the Works: Downplayed, but present. Chrome passes up the opportunity to chase him down when he flees, for fear of letting his subordinates fall into a trap, and because revenge on Valery is his top priority. After Chrome has completed his revenge and is reviewing the spoils, looking to undo the curse on Yurin, he finds the record orb where all of Valery's research on the "Chains of Darkness" was kept is missing. Now he and party have to worry what the little sycophant is planning to do with such dangerous knowledge, not to mention that this sets back Chrome's own quest to be rid of said curse.
  • Yandere: He is so obsessed with being Valery's sex-toy that any instance where the two are together is something to treasure. When Chrome has him and Valery trapped together in her own People Farms, enduring the pain and suffering she loved to inflict on test subjects, he happily proclaims that he's thrilled he can share the same suffering she does. She, however, is not amused and angrily decries him.

The leader of another "hero" party.
  • Hero Antagonist: He is a genuine hero and seeks to protect humanity from the demon king's remnants, but confuses Chrome for one of them, thus making him an antagonist.
  • Fantastic Racism: He senses [Darkness] on Chrome, so Chrome must be an "evil" that needs to be destroyed.
  • Idiot Hero: He is genuinely heroic, but he's a moron. Running up and attacking someone that has the power to rival one of the demon king's generals, without preparation, plans, or backup, and whom you know nothing about, in addition to not actually seeing him actually do anything villainous? Chrome would have been right to kill him in clear-cut self-defense. Fortunately for Harold, Fangrilas showed up and decided to charm him instead.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: He's unaware that Chrome was betrayed by Yuno's party and survived said betrayal. Since Chrome's body was greatly changed by the trauma, Harold didn't recognize him either.

A second genuine hero fighting to protect humanity from the demon menace.
  • Animorphism: She transforms into a dragon.
  • Debt Detester: In exchange for saving her life from Margot, she lets Chrome and his ladies go away, unmolested.
  • Forced Sleep: On the receiving end from Margot, who drugs her to stop her from defeating the demon king army, and then killing her, so he can make himself look like a hero by swooping in at the last moment and wiping them out.


The avatar of [Darkness].

The avatar of [Light].
  • Agent Provocateur: Whenever he shows up, he's always initiating a conflict somewhere.
  • Fat Bastard: He's described as overweight and interfered in the fight between Yuno and Chrome, on Yuno's side. What's worse, when he goes and approaches Farrah, he goes and explodes the slave who's tending Farrah in the bath, just for kicks.
  • Jerkass God: The most benevolent of his on-screen actions is reducing Farrah's poor Sex Slave to a bloody mist, just for kicks.
  • Light Is Not Good: Protects and serves Yuno, who is a piece of unrepentant scum that calls Chrome "consumed by evil" when Yuno and the rest are the ones who shoved [Darkness] upon him in the first place, and commit horrid atrocities like it's going out of style.
  • This Cannot Be!: When he tries to shield Yuno from Chrome's "Instant Death" Radius, he's shocked and horrified, screaming out the trope as Chrome destroys him, permanently.