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Introduced in Episode 2

    Henrietta Warhol (Anri)
Anri being Anri, or is she?
Charlotte's best friend and classmate, as well as one of the few true realm characters.

General Tropes

  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: While she acts as Charlotte's friend, she has at least something to do with what Charlotte deals with at school.
  • Crocodile Tears: Anri uses on several occasions to manipulate Charlotte.
  • Forgetful Jones: Keeps forgetting her wallet, forcing Charlotte to pay for her lunch. As she has got something to do with the bullying Charlotte undergoes at school, she may be lying, and just wants some free lunch.
  • Manipulative Bitch: Anri is this to Charlotte. Throughout the 2nd game, it is heavily implied that she has been tormenting her in secret. Many of the unfortunate incidents that occur at school may have been orchestrated by Anri.

Tropes exclusive to Episode 3 note 

    Vincent Wordsworth (C)
C being himself.
A boy who claims to be the God of the world that Hello Charlotte takes place in. note 

General Tropes

  • Death by Childbirth: C tells a story about being born, in another world, with Touch of Death. He claims that his mother was a casualty of his birth.
  • Faking Amnesia: At the beginning of the 2nd game, he makes claims that he has woken up in a human vessel with amnesia. However, at the end of the game, he admits this was a lie. Subverted when it is revealed that C is just Charles's vessel. Further subverted when we learn that the world of Hello Charlotte is the mind of Charles, and that Charles himself did not know much about the real Vincent's past.
  • God Guise: C claims himself that he is a God. In the White End of Hello Charlotte 2, he calls himself a "false god." Subverted in Hello Charlotte 3, when we learn that C was actually Charles in a Vincent vessel.
  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: On the way to school on the first day of the game, C is brutalized in the alleyway by a group of bullies. Charlotte later sprays the bullies with pepper spray and helps C escape their brutality. Umbrella Man later tells Charlotte that she has interfered with fate, and that C was meant to be beaten to death by them.

Tropes exclusive to Episode 3

The form the Oracle that merged with Charlotte takes when it begins to wake up.
  • A Form You Are Comfortable With: The form the Oracle takes after awakening inside Charlottes mind is Frei, a Pythian Librarian she met in the TV World.
  • Dream Tells You to Wake Up: Frei usually tells Charlotte it's time to wake up when her dreams are about to end.
  • Extra Eyes: As a male Pythian, he has four eyes.
  • Insane Troll Logic: Believes that love is just a way of losing individually and ego as two people merge to become one.
     Scarlett Eyler 
One of Huxley's workers and one of Charlotte's friends. She's an alien.

General Tropes

  • Artificial Limbs: All four of her limbs are artifical.
  • Extreme Omnivore: As an alien, she can objects eat soap and lightbulbs without harm.
  • Genki Girl: Is very energetic which is actually the side effects of Soap which Huxley's workers take to treat their PTSD.
  • Human Aliens: She looks like a human, but is in fact an alien.

Tropes exclusive to Episode 3

     Baldwin and Goodwin 
Two of Huxley's workers. They are aliens.

General Tropes

Tropes exclusive to Episode 3

The students at Charlotte's school.
  • The Faceless: They have a black swirl where their face should be.
Students who bully C and Charlotte.

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