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    Issei Hyoudou 
The current Sekiryutei and host to both Ddraig and Ghost, Issei was once an idealistic child with aspirations of starting his own harem, only for an incident to occur where he was betrayed by those close to him, leaving him a bitter and broken young man. Just wanting to be left alone, he's forced back into the world of the supernatural when he comes to realize the current heads of Kuoh can't take care of themselves.
  • Abhorrent Admirer: At first, his "Nee-san" Jasmine absolutely hated him, namely because he was a 10-year-old constantly following her and asking her to be in his harem no matter how much she told him to piss off. She eventually relented after learning his concept of a "Harem" was different than the standard and figured she could use the financial aid he'd provide, but even then his behavior still irritated her to an extent.
  • Adaptational Angst Upgrade: Due to an incident when he was 12, Issei is much more bitter and closed off, up to abandoning his dreams of a Harem and becoming a Hikikomori.
  • Broken Ace: Issei is one of the strongest characters in canon, even moreso here thanks to training from an earlier age because of Ghost. However, his Dark and Troubled Past has left him severely broken, to the point he remained a Hikikomori for roughly 5 years.
  • Brutal Honesty: Issei has a hard time sugarcoating things, and while his remarks tend to piss people off, there usually is a good deal of truth in them. His nicknames tend to be a good indicator on his opinions of someone.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: While there are still many things absent from it, his childhood appears to have taken a rough turn after he was betrayed by his friend "White". White drugged him then attempted to rape him and turn him into a devil in her peerage after being aided by a member of the Phenex family, then attempted to kill him when trying to recruit him while living failed. When that failed, she turned the accusation around on him and made everyone think he raped her. Those that believed him, she went after, forcing them to abandon him, and those that didn't turned on him and sided with her. The Alliance meanwhile couldn't touch her and effectively had to leave Issei out to dry, causing him to snap and go on a rampage in the underworld. It took the combined might of all four Maou, Azazel, and Michael to restrain him and calm him down, the six of them all receiving permanent scars in the process, and half the underworld razed beyond recognition. Once stopped and able to realize what happened, Issei practically shut down and locked himself up at home, and refused to trust anyone ever again.
  • Dragon Hoard: Thanks to his dragon physiology, Issei has taken to behaving like an actual dragon in some aspects, including keeping a hoard. His subspecies of the Boosted Gear, Endless Crimson Hoard, reflects this perfectly. Outside of items though, he has some level of hoarding in regards to people. Anyone Issei comes to feel responsible for or truly care for he'll subconsciously consider apart of his hoard, and should anyone touch them, he will engage in a Roaring Rampage of Revenge with zero regard for anything else. So when the Fallen Trio kidnap Asia, someone he'd come to see as part of his hoard after being around her and coming to like her, he proceeds to annihilate them as he rescues her.
  • The Dreaded: The Biblical Factions don't necessarily fear Issei, but rather the Sekiryutei. After his rampage in the underworld necessitated the Maou, Azazel, and Michael joining forces to stop him, most believed they had killed the Sekiryutei. The destruction he caused left a permanent impact on all three factions, making many fear the power of the Sekiryutei, and The Alliance in turn hiding his continued existence for the sake of making sure no one attempted to attack him for what he'd done.
  • Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: Despite his abrasive behavior, the one person he cares about more than anything is his mother Asami. Going after her is the fastest way to get on his shitlist, and while he'll still act rude towards her, she's the only one he ever openly shows his Hidden Heart of Gold to, and allows her to constantly Dope Slap him when he screws up or says something rude.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: The best that most people can do is tolerate Issei, and at times feel pity for him. They have no choice but to be near him, however, either due to being his classmates or working with him. The only ones exempt from this are those aware he's hiding a Hidden Heart of Gold and really is a Broken Bird, including the faction heads, Gasper, Asia, and Rias. Even they have their limits, though.
  • Generation Xerox: When Ghost first met Issei, he saw a lot of himself in the kid, and after getting stuck as the Blind Eternity, wanted to make sure Issei didn't turn out like him. Thanks to "White" though, he failed. Issei at present is heavily reminiscent of Ghost in behavior, constantly snarking and screwing with people to hide his own insecurities, and even sharing a similar origin story with both going on a rampage after being driven mad by someone they trusted hurting them.
  • Hammerspace: His variant of the Boosted Gear is a subspecies dubbed "Endless Crimson Hoard", allowing him to store any material small enough to fit in a hiking backpack inside the Boosted Gear. Thanks to training so that he can manifest and de-manifest his Sacred Gear instantaneously as well as activating it behind his back, to most people he just seems to randomly pull shit out of nowhere.
  • Harem Seeker: As a kid, he really wanted to make a Harem out of a desire to avoid being lonely. He'd typically only approach someone about it once, and if they refused he'd leave them alone. Certain people like Jasmine however he'd be unable to accept no for an answer, with Azazel thinking its because Issei realized Jasmine has something he needs more than anything, even if only subconsciously. This behavior though has gotten him into trouble sometimes, namely when he asked Tiamat, and her response was to try and jump his 10-year-old bones. Nowadays, however, he's abandoned his dreams of a Harem entirely.
  • Hates Being Alone: Contrary to his current behavior, Issei as a kid hated being alone, his first meeting with Ghost being after Irina moved away to Italy and he was lamenting being alone. Even his idea of a Harem at that age was less about sex and more about being a family that cared for each other, meaning his concept of a Harem was simply a desire to not be lonely. In the present, however, he wants nothing more than to be left alone.
  • Hates Being Touched: Or rather, hates being touched without warning. Touching Issei without permission tends to send Issei into Tranquil Fury, but so long as he is warned and can prepare for it, he can handle it. The only exceptions to this are Asami and Asia, Asami due to Issei still having a soft spot for his mom, and Asia due to being a Dragon Tamer. Rias and Akeno later realize individually that this stems from a fear of being close to people, and that Issei specifically hates being touched out of fear letting someone close to him will just hurt him again.
  • Hidden Heart of Gold: Issei purposely acts like an asshole to push others away, so that they can think he doesn't need help and so they won't want to be near him. The facade falls apart when he goes out of his way to help people, however, showing them that to an extent he actually does care, and in turn making them try to get past his rough exterior. Raynare, Gasper, Asia, Rias, and Akeno are a few that managed to figure this out, but only Gasper, Asia, and Rias actually want to help him rather than still get irritated.
  • Hypocrite: Most of Issei's behavior makes him a walking contradiction. He's desperate to be left alone so he can Never Be Hurt Again, but can't sit idle when there's people he could help. He hates liars, but he's fully aware he's one of the biggest liars there is, causing him to hate himself. He acts like a massive prick to keep people away, but is very self conscious about what others think of him. Most of his behavior is a result of him trying to put on a tough exterior but his Hidden Heart of Gold constantly breaking through.
  • Irrational Hatred: Issei hates two things with little exception: birds and the color White, the sole exception to the latter being Vali. When Kiba tried having his Falcon familiar monitoring him, Issei noticed and did something to it that required it take a day off, only for Issei to spot it again thousands of meters above him, and cause the poor Falcon to refuse to ever return to Kuoh again. Both become subversions with the revelation both were involved with his Dark and Troubled Past: his former friend "White" is the one who caused it, and a useless "Bird" (one of the Phenex clan) helped facilitate the incident.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: After believing he was responsible for Baraquiel being unable to save Shuri and Akeno, he spent weeks without sleep trying to track Akeno down. As this was detrimental to his health, Azazel, Ghost, and Ddraig worked together to erase his memory of Akeno. The effects aren't permanent, however, as just being near her is causing Issei to get a nagging feeling in the back of his mind.
  • Morality Pet: One of the only people capable of tethering him to sanity is his mother Asami. The moment anyone suggests touching her though, he risks losing it, and should someone actually go through with it, he completely snaps. Later on, Rias and Asia both subconsciously become ones to him, Asia due to being a Dragon Tamer and apart of his hoard, and Rias due to her refusal to give up on helping him granting her some respect and a soft spot for her.
  • The Nicknamer: Issei has a habit of giving everyone but a select few nicknames. According to Asami, Issei does this because he has trouble remembering their names otherwise, and that the nicknames all have some level of basis behind them.
  • Noodle Incident: Issei has had some rather... peculiar moments in his life.
    • He's apparently punched a Seraph in the face before. Raynare thinks it was during his rampage.
    • He approached Tiamat and requested she join his future harem when he was 10 years old. Her response was to try and jump his bones. The incident scarred him mentally and makes him jumpy when she's brought up. Not helping matters is that they're technically engaged. Making it stranger is that Tiamat despises Ddraig for taking some of her treasure and losing it, and now she's technically engaged to him.
  • Only Friend: Or rather, friends. After his Dark and Troubled Past, Issei had difficulty making and maintaining bonds. He has very few true friends anymore, roughly two total, one of which is Vali.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business:
    • Normally Issei's reactions are reserved to large outbursts when annoyed or Tranquil Fury if he starts to get pissed. When he's truly enraged however, all emotion leaves his features, his eyes dilate, and he loses any concern for anything outside his goal. Said behavior is also a sign he is just shy of Sanity Slippage, and the only thing that can stop him from fully reaching that point is if someone can manage to find a spark of humanity left in him or offer something else to stop him from going too far.
    • After managing to save Asia and operate on Asami and Raynare, Issei retreats to his room without anyone else noticing. Unlike other times though, he simply sits in front of a blank screen and scribbles nonsense while thinking he's reviewing porn, his voice and demeanor making him look dead to the world. By this point he's entire complete psychosis, and it requires Asia and Rias, the only two people Ddraig thinks can calm him down, to give him a Cooldown Hug and lay with him on the couch until he can pass out.
  • Pet the Dog: While Issei may come across as an insufferable Jerkass half the time, he acts nicer to people similar to him: broken and honest. Its thanks to this that he can get along with Gasper and Asia.
  • Playing with Fire: As a Dragon-hybrid, Issei has a natural affinity for Fire. While he's a tad rusty after not using it for five years, he's still skilled enough to create sentient dragon-shaped constructs, something Sona is still trying to manage with her water constructs.
  • Pre Ass Kicking One Liner: Issei gives one to Viser before tearing her up from the inside out.
    Issei: "Oi. Monster drug bitch. A bit of trivia.
    The words "I'm a medic" are synonymous with the words "I know how to fuck with your insides."
    I'm fucking you.
    Start screaming."
  • Red Right Hand: Issei's right arm is always covered by a white bandage like cloth. Publicly, he claims his arm was severely burned in an accident. In truth, however, his hand is covered in a sealing cloth from Heaven meant to seal away the Blind Eternity Sacred Gear, and with it, Ghost.
  • Sanity Slippage: Whatever happened in Issei's Dark and Troubled Past, it caused him to legitimately snap. Issei was permanently broken by what happened, and while he's somewhat functional now, he is at constant risk of snapping again should any of his remaining tethers to sanity be damaged. When Gasper sees his eyes upon Issei realizing Asami was attacked, he comes to realize that Issei was never like Gasper had been, that he had legitimately snapped at some point. Koneko later confirms for him that Issei was close to snapping again after feeling his Ki flare.
  • Teen Genius: Thanks to Ghost's advice, Issei used the Boosted Gear to speed up the rate he learns, allowing him to reach a high school level in a matter of months. By time he was nine, he was already prepared for college. The only reason Asami and The Alliance were pushing him to attend Kuoh was to try and get him out of being a Hikikomori, rather than any need to learn.
  • Trauma Button: He's got several, mainly that he Hates Being Touched, and the color White.
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    Ddraig, the Welsh Dragon 
The Welsh Dragon of the Heavenly Dragons, Ddraig was sealed within the Boosted Gear upon being killed by the Biblical God, destined to have his wielder's do battle with his rival's wielders. His current wielder is the young Issei Hyoudou, though he is unwillingly joined by the retainer of Zuzushi, Ghost, much to his exasperation.
  • The Ghost: An In-Universe version. While the Sekiryutei is often brought up by many characters, just as many are unaware that Issei is the still-living Sekiryutei, they are just as unaware of Ddraig's presence. Since his presence would automatically give Issei's identity away, he has to stay silent until only Issei or those in the know are around. When he finally makes his presence known, he omits his identity and just claims to be the spirit in Issei's Sacred Gear, forsaking hiding after Issei's near Sanity Slippage left Ddraig unable to get through to him and requiring Ddraig to ask Asia and Rias to calm him down.
  • Not So Above It All: While he's usually the Only Sane Man to Issei, he'll gladly let Issei use the Boosted Gear as Hammerspace in exchange for regular orders of bacon made from Circe's pigs.
  • Only Sane Man: When it comes to himself, Ghost, and a young Issei, the giant red dragon stuck in a gauntlet is the most sane person in the room. He's often exasperated with their antics, and has to apologize to others for them. Even after Ghost was sealed away, he remains this is regards to Issei, often having to point out the flaws in his Insane Troll Logic and keep him calm before he goes into any hysterics.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Though he and Issei are rather close, he won't shy away from throwing barbs at Issei.

    Ghost 
One of the retainers to Zuzushi, Ghost found his way into the High School DxD universe after hearing the Oppai Dragon Theme Tune. After being chased around by Ophis however since she wanted him to kick Great Red out of the Dimensional Gap, he jumped into Issei in the hopes of hiding from her, only to get himself stuck in there as his second Sacred Gear, which they decided to name Blind Eternity. Making the best of a bad situation, he decided to become The Mentor to Issei. In the present however, he is sealed away after Issei's Dark and Troubled Past.
See his section here for more information.
    Raynare 
A grunt in the Grigori organization, Raynare is tasked with being Issei's handler and the Grigori's representative in Kuoh by Azazel. As such, she is the only one in Kuoh aware of Issei's true identity and is forced to be with him constantly, something that annoys her to no end.
  • Adaptational Heroism: Raynare is assigned by Azazel to be Issei's attendant this time around, and when Dohnaseek tries to get her involved with capturing Asia, she turns him down. She retains her disdain for Devils and frequently threatens to kill Issei when he annoys her, however.
  • Ascended Extra: Raynare goes from the series' Starter Villain to one of the main characters, thanks in part to her role as Issei's aide and Kuoh's Grigori representative.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: Issei often refers to her as "Cougar", considering her his exotic pet after Azazel assigned her to him.
  • Light 'em Up: Raynare has the Fallen's preference for light spears.
  • Million-to-One Chance: Fallen infant mortality rates are very high, so Raynare being born a Fallen itself is lucky, but even moreso regarding her bearing all Seven Deadly Sins. Most born Fallen bear more than one due to their parentage, and often die due to being unable to recognize or handle their sin. Raynare, meanwhile, was born with all seven sins, a theoretical fluke, and has managed to live just shy of a hundred years.
  • Mr. Vice Guy: Gender-inverted, but Raynare frequently indulges in each of the seven deadly sins. She's quick to anger, mainly lazes around at Issei's house and eats his food, has great pride as a Fallen, uses Issei's merchandise for several hours straight, tries to take whatever she likes, and is easily jealous of those that have more than her. Becomes a plot point when Issei learns that she bears all Seven Deadly Sins, and leads Issei to suspect Azazel made her Issei's handler deliberately because of it.
  • Related in the Adaptation: In canon, while the two have similar appearances with their hair down, Akeno and Raynare are entirely unrelated. Here, Raynare is Akeno's distant cousin on Baraquiel's side.
  • Sadist: Raynare wouldn't be Raynare without a sadistic streak to her, and her main enjoyment comes from watching Issei torment the devils of Kuoh, or from watching him in one of his depressions when she doesn't have to take care of him. Borders on Too Dumb to Live territory when she does it to Issei, however, specifically when he's looking for an outlet for his frustrations. One such occasion caused him to chase her with two magically-enhanced dildos for three hours.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: When Dohnaseek's team goes through with their efforts to kidnap Asia, Raynare not being a part of the group means that she doesn't get killed alongside them.

    Asia Argento 
Formerly the "Holy Maiden", Asia is an excommunicated nun bearing the Sacred Gear Twilight Healing, forced to flee to Japan after she unknowingly healed a Devil. After said Devil hired Dohnaseek, Mittelt, and Kalawarner to capture her and deliver her corpse to him, she was unintentionally saved thanks to running into Issei. By Michael's decree, she now lives at the Hyoudou house as Heaven's representative in Kuoh. In secret, though, Michael and The Alliance have plans for her and Issei.
  • Adaptation Species Change: So far, Asia is still purely human.
  • Adaptational Angst Upgrade: In canon, her main source of angst comes from when she unknowingly healed the devil Diadora Astaroth, after which she was branded a witch by the Church and excommunicated, leading into the events of the main series. Here, the angst happened long before meeting Diadora. The Church abused the powers of her Twilight Healing, having her heal anyone, regardless of whether they wanted to be healed. This included the suicidal, but also torture victims, fixing them up so the Church could torture them again. Seeing so many people cower in fear of her slowly began breaking her more and more, to the point that Issei jumping out a window after she woke him up sent her into a breakdown.
  • The Beastmaster: The Alliance all refer to her as an unrecognized "Dragon Tamer", and had intended on trying to get one close to Issei before she appeared. Once Michael and Azazel hear she not only managed to touch Issei, but hug him too without triggering a reaction, they can't decide whether her showing up in front of Issei was a Contrived Coincidence, or if "White" is working behind the scenes again. According to Ddraig, Dragon Tamer's are individuals naturally in tune with Dragons, capable of bringing peace to their minds and instincts to the point of euphoria, and that the myth of Dragons kidnapping Princesses came from Dragons going to great lengths to claim Dragon Tamers, considering them more valuable than any precious metals or stones.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: She somehow manages to trip and show off her panties while wearing a dress with no hem. This leads Issei to believe she is secretly a ninja.
  • Idiot Hair: A particularly large one underneath her habit. First seeing it causes Issei to go Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny! for a few seconds, remarking how perfect it looks.
  • Incorruptible Pure Pureness: Issei deliberately invokes this by saying she is "obnoxiously cute, stupidly innocent, and liable to wander onto a highway and become road kill if you take your eyes off of her", comparing her to a puppy. After he comes to the conclusion she is also a ninja, he is convinced she is actually evil and that he has unleashed evil onto the world, despite her not changing at all.
  • Language Barrier: Due to not being a Devil this time around, she doesn't possess the ability to speak and understand all languages universally, leaving her stuck to her native Italian. This leaves Issei incapable of understanding her and requiring the Devils, Raynare, and Asami serving as translators. While she is learning Japanese from Asami, it's going to take some time.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: While's she's still kidnapped by the Fallen so they can extract her Twilight Healing, Issei quickly manages to save her before they can proceed, sparing her life and leaving her human still.

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Supporting Characters

    Asami Hyoudou 
The matriarch of the Hyoudou family as well as the one person Issei actively shows fondness for, Asami knows a lot more about the supernatural than she lets on.
  • Almighty Mom: She's the only one able to keep Issei in line on a regular basis, and despite being a normal human, is intimidating enough to keep Rias, Akeno, and Sona from doing anything as she subtly manipulates them.
  • Ascended Extra: She's gone from one of the more minor characters in the main series to one of the most important characters in the supporting cast.
  • Forgiven, but Not Forgotten: While she is definitely still bitter over their inaction, she has managed to make peace with The Alliance, even being friends with Azazel... for the most part. Upon learning that Rias and Sona are Locked Out of the Loop, she immediately concludes Sirzechs and Serafall are falling back into old habits, and any good will she had towards them disappeared.
  • Hidden Depths: Apparently learned Italian during college, making her the only non-Devil of Issei's acquaintance who can communicate with Asia.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: In her attempt to try and get Issei more acclimated to Asia, she ultimately pressed Asia's Trauma Button and caused her to burst into tears. Immediately after she allowed Asia to cry into her arms and did her best to cheer her up, and later confronted Issei on how they've both screwed up with Asia and need to help her.
  • Un-Sorcerer: Played with. The Masquerade is fully in effect, but she's aware of it and the only muggle to be involved in the supernatural world. She doesn't possess any enhancements like her son's dragon physiology, nor does she have a Sacred Gear. Despite this, she's an Almighty Mom and is capable of manipulating and intimidating her son and devils alike.

    The Kendo Club 
The Kendo Club at Kuoh Academy are frequent victims of the Perverted Duo's peeping. Their most notable members are Katase and Murayama.
  • Domestic Abuse: Issei manages to identify numerous bruises and abrasions, including choke marks, on one of their freshmen members after the Perverted Duo point them out during their peeping. He notices they're all in locations hard to notice when clothed, and that they're pretty old, indicating longtime domestic abuse.
  • Pet the Dog: After seeing Issei was in the middle of an anxiety attack, they stopped accusing him of peeping on them and tried to offer their assistance. Because Issei Hates Being Touched, however, he almost attacked them, only being saved thanks to Rias quickly telling them she'd take care of him.
  • Unprovoked Pervert Payback: Averted. They almost blamed Issei for the Perverted Duo's attempt to peep on them, but quickly relented after seeing he was in the middle of a panic attack after he denied peeping and identified one of the girls was a victim of Domestic Abuse.

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Devils

    Riser Phenex 
Third child of the Phenex household and Rias' fiancee, Riser is a young and arrogant devil. He met Issei years prior at college, and managed to attract the attention of someone in the process.
  • Adaptational Early Appearance: Played with. Even with the Stations of the Canon gone completely Off the Rails, Riser still qualifies since he first appears in a flashback, having been introduced to Issei after he began attending College and was forced to be Issei's guide.
  • Ambiguous Situation: It's been heavily hinted that White has a connection to the Phenex family, namely based on the fact that the Phenexs only began pushing for the engagement after Rias became one of the overseers of Kuoh, and that Ghost claimed a "useless bird" was aiding White the night Issei was nearly forcibly reincarnated by her. Whether Riser himself is connected to her is unknown, and made even murkier when Chapter 13 made a point to mention that his decision to stick close to Issei gained him the attention of someone, though its not specified who.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Invoked by Jasmine. Despite how egotistical he is, Riser made it a point to respect her consent when asking her to join his peerage unlike other devils, and even when she said no, respected her decision and instead opted to just make the occasional dirty joke or snide remark towards her.
  • Third-Person Person: He constantly refers to himself in the third person, though he does slip back into the first person when embarrassed, implying its just his attempt at making himself sound important.

The Maou

    Sirzechs Lucifer 
The former heir to the Gremory household, Sirzechs Lucifer is the strongest Devil, and was thus selected to inherit the title of Lucifer after the Great War, making him the leader of the Devils. A complete "siscon" for his younger sister Rias and Bunny-Ears Lawyer overall, Sirzechs reluctantly decided to use Rias to help Issei with his readjustment back into society, hoping that through her, the mistake he and the other Maou made with Issei can start to be fixed.
  • The Chessmaster: Downplayed, but it was his overall idea to get Issei out of being a hikikomori, even reluctantly manipulating Issei and Rias for the sake of preparing for "White's" return. However, his attempts at manipulation are easily figured out by Issei and Asami, and with a little prodding, Rias as well.
  • In-Series Nickname: Like with everyone, Issei has a nickname for him. Unlike most, however, his doesn't highlight a flaw Issei notices he has, but rather is just a shortened version of his name, Zechs.
  • My Greatest Failure: Alongside the other Maou, Azazel, and Michael, he considers his inability to help Issei after his Dark and Troubled Past to be horrible, and desperately wants to help Issei.
  • Noodle Incident: As with the other Maou, Azazel, and Michael, it is unknown exactly why they effectively left Issei out to dry after the incident with "White", just that they claim the situation had their hands tied.
  • Pragmatic Hero: Sympathetic and remorseful to Issei he may be, he recognizes that Vagueness Is Coming, and that they can't afford to let Issei stay a hikikomori any longer. To this end, he manipulates Rias into becoming friends with Issei, hoping she and her peerage can help Issei readjust to society, while Issei can in turn help them with their issues.
  • Spanner in the Works: His main line of plans are meant to deter "White" from getting to Issei, and he's been manipulating others, including his own sister Rias, to keep "White" away from Kuoh. Issei concludes that Sirzechs subtly influenced Rias into taking the position of overseer of Kuoh after learning from Rias that she, Sona, Sairaorg, and an unknown fourth all vied for Kuoh after Cleria Belial vanished, and that the unknown fourth individual was "White".

    Grayfia Lucifuge 
The last remaining member of the Lucifuge Family in Hell and their former Heiress, Grayfia fell in love with her husband Sirzechs in the middle of the Great War, eventually defecting to his side and marrying him. She is not an official member of the Maou, rather she serves as Head Maid for the Gremory household. Despite this though, she often is at Sirzechs' side making sure he stays on task and doesn't get too crazy, and her power leaves her on par with the Maou.
  • Almighty Janitor: Officially she is only the Head Maid of the Gremory household and Sirzechs' wife and Queen, however she is still considered one of the strongest Devils alive, her power matching that of the Maou, enough to earn her the title The Silver-Haired Queen of Annihilation.
  • Cloudcuckoolander's Minder: With Sirzechs being a Bunny-Ears Lawyer, Grayfia is often in charge of making sure he actually does his work and doesn't spend too much time either goofing off or doting on Rias.
  • Sixth Ranger: She is not actually a Maou, but her power equals theirs and she often joins them whenever they need to intervene.

    Falbium Asmodeus 
The former heir to the Glasya-Labolas household, Falbium Asmodeus was considered one of the strongest Devils after the Great War, and was thus selected to inherit the title of Asmodeus. An extremely lazy fellow, he is the Head of Military Affairs in the Underworld, but tends to just pass his workload off onto his peerage and servants.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: He's a tactical genius, enough to earn him the position of Head of Military Affairs, but he is unbelievably lazy.
  • Commander Contrarian: Downplayed, as Falbium is the least convinced by Sirzechs' attempts at manipulating Rias and Issei, pointing out numerous flaws in the plan and that "White" is acting as a Spanner in the Works for them. While he agrees with the overall idea of readjusting Issei to the outside world, he considers Sirzechs' methods unappealing.
  • In-Series Nickname: Thanks to how lazy he often is, Issei just calls him The Bum.
  • My Greatest Failure: Alongside the other Maou, Azazel, and Michael, he considers his inability to help Issei after his Dark and Troubled Past to be horrible, and desperately wants to help Issei.
  • Noodle Incident: As with the other Maou, Azazel, and Michael, it is unknown exactly why they effectively left Issei out to dry after the incident with "White", just that they claim the situation had their hands tied.
  • Only Sane Man: Among The Alliance, the role ultimately falls on him. While the others are all celebrating Asia being a Dragon Tamer and how lucky they are she met Issei, Falbium points out the sheer unlikeliness of that being a coincidence, and that Asia's presence in Kuoh is a sign "White" is making a move for Issei again, whereas even with Sirzechs' plan they aren't ready.

Fallen

    Dohnaseek, Kalawarner, and Mittelt 
A trio of Fallen Angels that infiltrated Kuoh in order to capture the runaway Holy Maiden Asia Argento and extract her Twilight Healing. They are ultimately a set of Unwitting Pawns however, meant to draw out Issei from hiding.
  • Berserk Button: Issei ends up pressing Kalawarner's when he reveals that he not only knows she was a porn star in the Fallen's porn industry, but that it was his review as "Chibi-sensei" that ended her career. She repeatedly tries to hit him with light spears in rage as he casually dodges every one of them.
  • Blackmail: On the receiving end from Issei. After he manages to take a bunch of pictures of Kalawarner trying to impale him with light spears for ruining her career, he makes it painfully clear just how out of their depth they are, pointing out that Kuoh is effectively under close watch by all three biblical factions because of him, and that if they don't get the hell out of his town, he'll forward those pictures as evidence to the Mirren. Instead of following through however, they stupidly try to steal Asia's Twilight Healing while distracting Issei by injuring Asami and Raynare. This backfires horribly for them as Issei nearly snaps and slaughters them all.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: Kalawarner is the only one of the three to visibly die at Issei's hands, and the results aren't pretty. After grabbing her face with his Boosted Gear, he proceeds to do something to her that sends her body into a convulsing mess as she tries to scream for mercy. Once Issei drops her limp body to the ground, her limbs had broken several times, and her mouth was filed with bile, blood, bodily fluids, and chunks of internal organs.
  • Killed Offscreen: While Kalawarner's death is shown in full, Dohnaseek's and Mittelt's are only inferred. Issei notes he left no survivors during his attack, and proceeds to burn the room they were in along with the entirety of the abandoned church, leaving it highly unlikely either could survive anyway.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: Kalawarner was the one to gut Asami and near fatally wound Raynare. Fittingly, her death comes first and is shown in full detail, with her left begging for her life as Issei effortlessly kills her.
  • Nice Hat: Dohnaseek has his trademark fedora, and Issei admits its a pretty cool one. It ultimately earns him the nickname "Hat Man" from Issei.
  • No Honor Among Thieves: Despite having offered Raynare the opportunity to work with them, the three have no qualms with attacking her due to her assignment to Issei. Namely, Kalawarner attempts to wound her and Asami so as to distract Issei while they steal Asia's Twilight Healing, but since Raynare refused to go down without a fight, the injuries Kalawarner dealt her were near fatal, and she shows zero remorse for this when telling Dohnaseek about it.
  • Oh, Crap!: Once Mittelt notices and points out the Boosted Gear on Issei's left arm, the three collectively shit themselves upon realizing he's the Sekiryutei, and that he had come there to kill them all.
  • Too Dumb to Live: Despite Issei already blackmailing them with evidence to turn to the Mirren if they didn't get out of Kuoh asap, the three thought they could still try and steal Asia's Twilight Healing from under his nose. They had Kalawarner heavily wound and almost kill Raynare and Asami to try and distract Issei, which only served to force Issei into near Sanity Slippage, and led to their painful deaths.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Twicefold. First, the devil who hired them, Diadora Astaroth, intended on acting like the big hero by saving Asia from them despite already promising to give him her corpse. Second, Diadora himself as well as their boss Kokabiel were both pawns to "White", who helped orchestrate the entire incident in the hopes of drawing out Issei so as to confirm he was still alive.
  • Villains Want Mercy: Just before Issei grabs her, Kalawarner can only beg for her life as she claims they didn't know this was his territory and wouldn't have done anything if they knew. Issei wasn't having it though and proceeded to slaughter them.

Antagonists

    "White" 
An old friend of Issei's, she is the one responsible for his Dark and Troubled Past, and has an obsession with him. Little is known about her aside from the fact she is an albino Devil.
  • A Date with Rosie Palms: Upon feeling Issei's Presence flare up at its highest in years, she proceeds to heavily masturbate while happily crying out that Issei was alive.
  • The Ghost: Aside from her voice being heard in a Flashback Nightmare, she doesn't physically appear until Chapter 14.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: She is ultimately the one responsible for Issei's Dark and Troubled Past, having tried to rape him and then reincarnate him into her peerage, before turning the accusations on him when that failed, and The Alliance is working to get Issei readjusted to society for when she inevitably returns.
  • Manipulative Bitch: She very rarely works directly, instead manipulating others and orchestrating events to suit her favor. Case in point, after she failed to reincarnate Issei into her peerage and he escaped her, she made it out to look like Issei had tried to rape her, and eliminated anyone who still stuck by him despite those claims so he'd have no one left, and so she could go after him again.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Her real name is unknown, and she is referred to in the third person by everyone sans Issei, who only calls her "White".
  • Rape Is a Special Kind of Evil: Part of Issei's Dark and Troubled Past is the fact White raped him, then turned the accusation back on him to make sure he'd be abandoned by everyone. Issei was only 13 at the time when she did this.
  • Spanner in the Works: Its heavily implied she is the cause for certain Canon events happening.
    • The reason the Phenex household is pushing for Riser and Rias' engagement. They only began pushing for it once Rias became the overseer of Kuoh, and should Rias be forced to marry Riser, Sona would be left on her own with Kuoh, allowing "White" the opportunity to offer her "help". In addition, the Phenexs suddenly pushing for the engagement further hampers the alliance's attempts at acclimating Issei, as they planned for initially having a year to work with, but at the current rate they'll likely only get a month, which is not enough time for Issei to adjust. Supporting this is that based on Ghost's comments in Issei's Flashback Nightmare, a "bird" helped her in her attempts on him, and the Phenex family's symbol is the Phoenix, a bird.
    • The reason Asia ended up lost in Kuoh. While Diadora was still the one who got her excommunicated and hired Dohnaseek, Kalawarner, and Mittelt to extract her Twilight Healing and deliver her body to his servants, the fact she was let out of their sight and just happened to find Issei, and also just happened to be a Dragon Tamer makes the Maou, more specifically Falbium, see it as too much of a Contrived Coincidence, leading them to suspect White orchestrated it for when she returns for Issei. This not only derails Diadora's attempt at recruiting her into his peerage, it gets the Fallen caught by Issei and practically turned into his slaves. Downplayed later on, as while Falbium was right in his belief White was aiding Diadora and did this to find Issei, he was wrong about Asia meeting Issei on her own. The latter part was Ajuka's Batman Gambit to try and get Asia and Issei to meet early, thinking the two meeting would be good for each other and the presence of Issei would drive off everyone going after Asia, only for it to backfire thanks to his younger brother's outright obsession with Asia.
  • Yandere: Her behavior suggests she does legitimately love Issei, but she will do anything to make him hers. In addition to trying to rape him, when reincarnating him while living didn't work, she tried to kill him to make the process easier. She turned his friends and family against him to make sure he had no one else to turn to. She's implied to be manipulating the Phenex household so that Rias will be forced to marry Riser, getting her out of Kuoh so she can come in and offer a Deal with the Devil with Sona, making it easier to get to Issei. And she will stop at nothing until Issei is hers.


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