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Damn that Bitch Goddess!
- Absurd Phobia: Justified. He's terrified of booze and refuses to partake. This is Truth in Television as there is a predisposition to substance addiction which gets passed from parent to child, and Mimori is terrified of becoming an abusive drunk like both of his parents were.
- Abusive Parents: Both his mother and father were abusive drunks who tried to "abort" him by shoving him onto a veranda, at age 10, in the middle of winter, after beating him up a bit, promising to give him more of the same if he made any sound, and the reason he ate any meals at all is because his mother, planning to cook for two, herself and his father, habitually made "too much," and gave him the left-overs, out of "pity." Fortunately, the neighbors actually had a conscience and called the police on them.
- Awesome by Analysis: Denied any form of instruction on how his powers and the RPG-Mechanics Verse works, he figured it out all by himself, and can communicate with the slime Piggimaru despite the fact that the latter can't talk.
- Best Served Cold: He strongly wants to avenge himself on Vysis for literally treating him like trash and arbitrarily dumping him in a dungeon with overpowered monsters and no sustenance, but lacking the means to carry it out, quests to find a way and bides his time until he can.
- Beyond the Impossible: His "poison" debuff is so potent, it even affects undead, which is supposed to be impossible, and that's at level 1...
- Big Brother Instinct: Do not abuse a child when he's around. Child abuse is a Trauma Button for him. If you abuse children, pray to whatever god(s) you worship that he doesn't learn of it, or worse, see it, because if he does, your death will be especially graphic. The mistress of the bar where Lizbet worked got beat up by Eve when she saw the abuse, before Eve took custody of Liz and Liz's "Back pay." Mimori didn't think that was enough, so he went back when nobody else was around, and really made her pay...
- Big Damn Heroes: Shows up as Gizan was about to rape Seras, to paralyze and poison both the bastard and his dragon mount.
- Boring, but Practical: His special transmigration item "charitably" given to him by Vysis can provide a random food and beverage from his homeworld every few hours, when fed with mana. When thrown into a siege, or an environment where no other provisions are available, this is a definite life-saver, and is an important reason why he survived Disposal Ruins Dungeon.
- The Chess Master: Is very adept at formulating plans, strategies, and tactics to meet his goals and using unexpected variables to his advantage.
- Combat Pragmatist: When he fights, he fights dirty. He has no choice as his stats are abysmal and the only thing he's got going for him is the fact that he's got powerful debuff abilities with a near 100% effectiveness. The only being shown immune is goddess Vysis herself.
- Conditioned to Accept Horror: His life under his parents was so horrific, he sees the monsters of Disposal Dungeon as less scary. He secretly very much wants to "thank" them for it, if he ever gets the chance.
- Crippling Overspecialization: He's got powerful debuff skills, and an above average mana-pool for his level, but he's otherwise completely helpless, being killed if he takes even one blow.
- Defensive Feint Trap: He's not above pretending to be weak and helpless in order to lure his enemies into getting close enough to use his abilities on. In fact, he defeats the Soul Eater this way, which allows him to escape Disposal Dungeon.
- Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu?: Quite literally. When Vysis asks him if he has any last words, he decides to Flip the Bird at her and shout "go to hell, Bitch Goddess."
- The Empath: After a fashion. He's damn good at reading facial cues and body language, even from creatures that don't have a face, like the slime Piggimaru. This becomes a plot point in the late chapters (178 of the novel) when he can tell what Seras is thinking just by looking at her face.
- Forced Sleep: One of his starter "debuff" skills is Sleep level 1.
- A Friend in Need: How Seras sees him and later both Eva Speed and Lizbet also see him. He has repeatedly come to her aid at her most desperate, without asking for anything in return. She swears Undying Loyalty as a direct result, which tickles him pink, even if he doesn't feel worthy of it.
- Friend to All Living Things: As long as they're not golden-eyed monsters, animals really get along with him for some reason.
- Good Is Not Soft: Does this ever apply to him. Mess with his True Companions and he will bend over backwards to see that you get a Cruel and Unusual Death. Messing with the innocent and helpless, and letting him see it, won't do you any favors either.
- Guile Hero: His most dangerous attribute is his intelligence. He has defeated monsters and enemies way, way above his paygrade by outsmarting them and exploiting their weaknesses.
- Happily Adopted: His uncle and aunt treated him with genuine compassion, and he sees them as parental figures far more than his own parents.
- Harmless Freezing: Applying the "freeze" debuff on a living being seals it in a block of ice for 300 days, and nothing can break said ice, not even himself.
- Hard Work Hardly Works: Defied. His desperate struggles have made him immensely powerful. Get in range of his abilities, as an antagonist, and you're doomed.
- Heart Is an Awesome Power: The abilities goddess Vysis called useless? They allow him to survive and emerge from the "disposal dungeon" Vysis treats as an execution ground.
- Heroic Self-Deprecation: Since his primary motivation is revenge upon Vysis, he doesn't see himself as any kind of "hero." The party that winds up choosing to travel with him strongly disagrees.
- Innocent Cohabitation: When he and Seras start travelling together, and she vows to serve him, they share the same living space, but they're too busy being hunted for either of them to do anything more than simply change clothes at the same time, in the same room, back to back so they don't see anything sensitive.
- I Shall Taunt You: Exploited. He taunts the soul-eater when it's paralyzed. This causes the soul eater to try and forcefully break the paralysis in its rage, causing it to die far more quickly than it would have if it just waited patiently for the paralysis to wear off.
- It's All My Fault: In the manga, he flashbacks to the day his parents locked him on the veranda, and at that time honestly believed it was something he did, or was doing, that drove his parents to abuse him, and if he was a better child, they would have doted on him and praised him, then his consciousness whisks back to the present, and he has an epiphany, realizing that some people are just straight-up evil and deserve death for their actions.
- I Warned You: While protesting his "disposal," he loudly warns the class that the moment Vysis sees them as useless, she will dispose of them too. His cries were ignored, but it isn't too long before she starts looking at the "D-rank" students and trying to dispose of them too.
- Knight In Sour Armor: He does want to make the world a better place, and happily gives help to the helpless, when he can, without asking for a reward, but he's suffered so much abuse, betrayal, and contempt from ungrateful bastards that he's quite cynical. Then there's the way goddess Vysis treated him...
- Lady and Knight: Gender inverted. He's the lord to Seras's knight.
- Leave No Witnesses: Antagonize him, and consider yourself lucky if people stumble upon your corpse.
- Lethal Joke Character: What goddess Vysis failed to realize when she "discarded" him. She presumed his abysmal growth rate and debuff skills made him a burden to the rest of the "heroes," at best. She never stopped to consider his skills would be far, far more effective than similar skills she's used to and would make him an extremely dangerous enemy.
- Literally Shattered Lives: Exploited. Applying "freeze" to any non-living object allows said object to be shattered into powder by smashing it with a hammer. This even applies to corpses. Which Mimori uses to eliminate the group Asinth who was hunting him for money, and frame said group for the deaths of both Black Dragon Knights and a corrupt noble, and his retinue.
- Mundane Utility: He uses his "sleep" skill to treat Seras's insomnia.
- Necessary Drawback: His debuff skills require him to be able to speak their name aloud, point at the target(s) with an open palm, and be within 20 meters or less of said target(s). Against particularly large or fast opponents, this causes problems.
- One-Man Army: When his debuff skills reach level 2, he can designate multiple targets with them, allowing him to solo armies, unscathed. Even at level 1 skills, he still tore through an army of monsters, targeting one at a time, then just kept them stun-locked until they died.
- Parental Abandonment: When his parents realized that the law didn't agree with their mindset that "he's our brat, and we can do whatever we want with him," his father shoves him unto his uncle. Fortunately for him, his uncle treated him with genuine kindness and affection, never blaming him for the horrific behavior of his parents.
- Poisonous Person: One of the skills he starts the story with is "poison level 1" which is considerably more effective than it sounds.
- Reason Before Honor: Facing a Blood Knight who wants a Worthy Opponent but has threatened to rape and murder your True Companions when you meet again? Sure, agree to an honorable handshake, just to lure the bastard close enough to use your skills on him and give him a Cruel and Unusual Death.
- Rescue Romance: How he wins over his love interests.
- Seven Deadly Sins: Wrath. He is quick to anger and Tranquil Fury. Though his rage is justified in that he directs it to people whose actions deserve nothing but scorn.
- Seven Heavenly Virtues: Charity, Chastity, and Temperance. He offers a helping hand to the helpless whenever he can. He's got Seras throwing herself at him, but he keeps things innocent until he can secure them a safe environment, and he only fights or kills in self-defense, taking only what he needs.
- Sickening Sweethearts: With Seras. He considers her the most beautiful woman in the world, and openly says so, loves to gently run his fingers through her hair, watch her face as she sleeps, and it even gets to the point where they greet each other with a "good morning" kiss!
- Spanner in the Works: His struggles for survival, by their very nature, are a major thorn in Vysis's side, though he's not aware of it. Ironically, it's all her fault.
- Wiping out the Nea Holy Knights, after they attacked and tried to rob him stopped Seras from being dragged to Vysis, where the corpse would have been mounted and put on display in her sick collection.
- Wiping out The Black Dragon Knights stopped them from being sent to "train" Ayaka's faction of Class 2-C, saving the students from being murdered, especially the girls, who would have been used as sex toys first, consent be damned.
- Eliminating Duke Zuan, and his entire Knight retinue, has put the kingdom of Uraz in a major succession crisis, since Zuan spent so much time running a gladitorial arena, and raping the female "winners" before killing them, that he's not sired any heirs. Thus keeping Uraz from meddling with Class 2-C, forcing Vysis to put off her scheduled purges of the more lack-luster "heroes." Not to mention that with Duke Zuan dead, the blood-fight arena has nobody in charge, and the slaves are now owner-less...
- The Strategist: Though he's always open to opinions and options from his travelling companions, he's the one that designs the plans, strategies, and tactics to deal with whatever situation they come across.
- True Companions: How he sees and treats his party. He will never betray or abandon them, not even for his precious vengeance.
- Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: In universe. His life is hell both on Earth and in this new world, with a brief respite of being raised kindly by his paternal uncle and aunt-in-law. As a result, he's quite jaded and wishes fatal vengeance upon goddess Vysis, even if that dooms the new world in the process, though he'd much rather avoid the last part.
A slime Minori rescues... from other slimes.
- Commonality Connection: Mimori sympathizes with it when he sees it being chased by other slimes, as he knows full well how it feels to be bullied.
- Hates Being Alone: Insists on travelling with Mimori.
- I Owe You My Life: Mimori encountered it being lynched by five other slimes, and it would have died if he didn't intervene.
- The Sleepless: Slimes don't appear to need sleep.
- The Silent Bob: Communicates via gestures and simple color changes.
- Team Pet: How it's seen by the rest of the party, aside from Mimori.
My sword and my life are yours, My Lord.
- Adaptational Early Appearance: In the manga, she shows up in chapter 2, bathing in a river. In the light novel, she's not mentioned until Mimori meets her on the road in chapter 42, well into volume 2.
- Archer Archetype: In addition to being a Master Swordsman, she's very skilled with a bow.
- Bathing Beauty: Is introduced bathing in a river in the manga.
- Bodyguarding a Badass: Though she's no slouch herself, Mimori is far more powerful than she is. Still, he trusts her to watch his back, and take turns with him on watch when they set up camp, and she's grateful.
- Debt Detester: After Mimori not only pays her a "finder's fee" much higher than she anticipated for negotiating the price of supplies on his behalf, but gave her the "Logan's Cup" that had an advertised price of 300 gold coins, which she desperately needed to ferry passage to the Jounta province, the one place where she might find refuge, she proposes becoming his bodyguard until they reach said port. When Mimori rescues her life repeatedly afterwards, she signs up as his Knight for life and gives him her Undying Loyalty.
- Exhausted Eyebags: Which Mimori noticed when the two were shopping for supplies before challenging the Mills Ruins. She has to reluctantly let him lie her down in his bed and use "Sleep" on her to let her rest, while inside said dungeon, revealing herself in the process. The fact that he doesn't turn on her is the primary reason she grows to love and trust him.
- The Exile: Chased out of her home country of Nea when it fell because her father "soured" the mood of goddess Vysis by refusing to hand her off to an Arranged Marriage with a Blood Knight who wanted to rape and kill her.
- Fallen Princess: Used to be the princess of Nea, now spends her life on the run, fleeing from her Arranged Marriage fiance who wants to rape and murder her, and the many, many hit men he hired, as well as the armies of all the countries in the world, because goddess Vysis wants to "punish" her.
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Golden-haired blonde and unflinchingly honest, honorable, and noble.
- Heroes Prefer Swords: She does.
- Honor Before Reason: When Mimori gives her the Logan Cup, for free, because it wouldn't do him any good, and she really needed it, she protested that she didn't feel right taking it for free, so he agrees to let her be his bodyguard, at least until the Mills Ruins dungeon was conquered.
- An Ice Person: Though the matter has not been fully elaborated on, she can summon weapons of ice in a pinch.
- The Insomniac: Asking forest spirits to disguise her with illusion magic stripped away her ability to sleep on her own. Upon becoming Mimori's subordinate, he uses the "Sleep" debuff to force her to sleep, allowing her to get the rest she needs.
- I Owe You My Life: Mimori has repeatedly rescued her from certain death, refusing any and all reward, so she swears to serve him for life. He accepts, not just because of her personality, but because she's a Master Swordsman, and can watch his back.
- I Will Only Slow You Down: When she learned from Civit that king Ortra put a bounty on her head, and goddess Vysis also put word out for all the armies of the world to hunt her down, she begged Mimori to release her from her contract to be his bodyguard and guide, even offering to return the advance payment. When he insists that he doesn't care about any of that, and chose her to be his bodyguard, not only for her martial merit, but because he actively enjoys her company, she falls in love with him and dedicates herself to his service, for life.
- Lady and Knight: The knight to Mimori's Lord.
- Lady of War: She isn't just physically attractive with a personality that's gorgeous to the core of her soul, she's also the epitome of elegance in battle. When Mimori sees her swordsmanship in Mills Ruins, he's awestruck and develops a huge crush on her.
- Lap Pillow: Gives one to Mimori after he wears himself out fighting an army of extremely dangerous monsters to protect her. He winds up sleeping in her lap for hours.
- Living Lie Detector: She can always tell when people are lying to her.
- Living MacGuffin: Since goddess Vysis has marked her for death for the "crime" of souring her mood, by daring to defy her whims, just about every country has troops hunting her down.
- Luminescent Blush: When Mimori tells her she's the most beautiful woman in the world, and it isn't empty flattery, her face and ears turn a nice shade of tomato.
- Master Swordsman: She specializes in sword-fighting.
- Morton's Fork: Death by exhaustion, keeping her illusion magic active at the cost of insomnia, or death by execution when she's captured. Fortunately, meeting with Mimori gave her a third option...
- Official Couple: It takes a while, a long while, but Mimori and Seras become completely devoted to each other, and inseparable.
- One-Woman Army: Even at her most exhausted, if you're going after her, you'd better bring an army with you to stand a chance. This is highlighted in the Mills City arc when Black Dragon Knights bear down on her. She wipes out no less than 5 guys, and their dragon mounts in the blink of an eye before Vice Captan Gizan lands on-top of her with his dragon, pinning her to the ground, threatening her with sexual slavery for the affront of daring to defend herself.
- Our Elves Are Different: There are three types of elves in the story, High-elves, wood-elves, and dark-elves. She's a High-Elf.
- Pointed Ears: To show that she's an elf, she's got pointed ears.
- Subordinate Excuse: Uses the fact that she's Mimori's subordinate to snuggle up to him, share his room, and lie down beside him. Mimori is well aware of it, and likes it, but keeps everything innocent because there's too much life threatening stuff going on.
- Too Desperate to Be Picky: She was at the limit of her stamina in Mills, which is why she fell for the 300 gold Schmuck Bait from Duke Red Cley. When Mimori noticed she failed to meet at their appointed rendezvous, he sought her out and came to her rescue, again.
- Undying Loyalty: When she swore to serve Mimori for life, she meant it. Mimori graciously accepts.
- Worf Had the Flu: She is beat down, easily, by the vice-captain of the Black Dragons, but she was at the end of her endurance and had fought her way through the guy's subordinates, and their dragon mounts. In a fair fight, it's likely she would have beat him and his mount with ease, which he acknowledges.
A beast-man gladiator Mimori rescues from the town of Mills, both because it's the right thing to do, and because she's the key to finding the "counter-indicated witch" that might, just might, have the means to teach Mimori how to deal with Vysis.
- All for Nothing: Two years fighting in a gladiatorial arena for her freedom and the freedom of Lizbet, but the Duke of Mills had no intention of honoring his end, planning to poison her on her last bout.
- Beastman: Has so many animalistic features that the Takaro sisters mistake her for a monster at one point. Said sisters are properly apologetic when they realize their error.
- The Cake Is a Lie: Was promised her own freedom, and that of Lizbet, if she became the undefeated champion of a multi-year fight-to-the-death tournament, but the last fight was sabotaged, and the tournament organizers were so smug, they bragged about it where she could hear them. What's worse is that they also brag that if she somehow still won the fight, they were never planning on keeping their end of the bargain, killing both her and Lizbet the moment people stopped watching.
- Debt Detester: Mamori fulfilled his end of the deal, bringing her and Lizbet to a safe place, and freeing them from the scorn of Uraz. She follows them into harm anyway because she feels indebted for Seras for protecting Liz from Duke Zuan's soldiers and their depravity.
- Forced Prize Fight: Was in one for years prior to the start of the story. Flees with Mimori the moment she realizes she was never going to be given her prize for winning.
- Made a Slave: Her home village burned down, she fled from slavers, until she and Lizbet ran into a swarm of monsters, forcing her to turn around and fall right into the slavers' arms.
- Mama Bear: Mess with Lizbet and your life is forfeit.
- Spirited Competitor: Fights for the thrill of the challenge.
A dark elf little girl cared for by Eve Speed.
- Badass and Child Duo: The child to Eve's badass.
- Cheerful Child: Despite the abuse she received at the tavern, she never let it destroy her youthful innocence and wonder. Mimori is actually quite jealous about it.
- Dark and Troubled Past: Abused by the tavern mistress that "employed" her, taking out customer frustrations and complaints, no matter how illegitimate, on her hide.
- Hostage Situation: She's the hostage to compel Eve into the Forced Prize Fight.
- Made a Slave: Just like Eve Speed, she was enslaved when her home was burned down.
- Support Party Member: Is the only member of Mimori's party that can cook.
- Supreme Chef: Is an excellent cook.
- Sweet Tooth: She loves the confectionery that Mimori can provide from his home-world through his unique item.
- Workplace-Acquired Abilities: As a direct result of her "employment" at an inn, she learned how to be an excellent chef and homemaker. Mimori's entire party is grateful.
Mimori, classmates, I'm sorry...
- Adaptational Wimp: In the original novel, she was able to parry a blow from Vysis when the latter attacked her, but could not deal with the follow-up. In the manga, Vysis simply renders her unconscious with a karate chop to the neck when her back was turned.
- Attack! Attack! Attack!: Her only boost is to her attack stat, as such, she takes the vanguard when going into battle.
- Because You Were Nice to Me: Aside from the duties of class president, she stands up for Mimori against goddess Vysis because he stood up for her when Oyamada was giving her grief on the school bus.
- Being Good Sucks: Her life has majorly sucked upon getting to this new world. Taking her role as class president seriously, standing up for Mimori, gets her rendered unconscious by Vysis and mocked for it by most of the class. She's constantly under the Sword of Damocles, worrying that the D-ranked students will get purged by Vysis on a whim. She's paired with a Glory Seeker who kill steals from her, keeping her from advancing. Lastly, precisely because of said lack of advancement, she's downgraded from the coveted "S-rank" title to "B-rank" with the threat that downgrading too often will result in "disposal."
- The Chains of Commanding: She takes her role as class president seriously and does her best to protect her classmates. Goddess Vysis exploits this to force her to fight.
- Class Representative: She's the class president of 2-C.
- Dangerous Forbidden Technique: Which she awakens in chapter 182. She remembers a martial arts technique she was trained in as a child, and warned by her grandmother and sensei not to ever, ever use, except in extreme life-threatening circumstances as a normal human body could not handle the backlash. She remembers that she's no longer a regular human after gaining a few levels in this new world and unleashes the technique, trying to save the rest of her class. This unlocks the special skill she was given for transmigrating, but was unaware of.
- Despair Event Horizon: Clearly staring down it in chapter 181. What remains of the Bakugos Dragon Knights was wiped out early in the fight, due to their own Leeroy Jenkins divisiveness, her trusted mentors and allies are being overwhelmed, her fellow higher leveled, and officially higher-ranked classmates have completely fallen apart at facing a real challenge, and despite having killed monsters left and right, without pause, none of their efforts are reducing the numbers at all, instead the number of monsters is rapidly increasing, and the escape route has already been cut off...
- Hostage Situation: She is in one, as goddess Vysis has linked the well-being of the "D-rank" classmates to her performance...
- Only Sane Man: Out of the entire class of 2-C, she's the only one who openly voiced concern and opposition to arbitrary dumping of Mimori. She got attacked and rendered unconscious for her troubles. Of the others who objected, they were either cowed in terror, or left the room in disgust.
- School Idol: Voted the most beautiful girl in class 2-C.
- Shaming the Mob: Calls out all of class 2-C for condemning Mimori for something beyond his control, the fact that goddess Vyvis herself "gifted" him with skills and stats that she considers sub-par, so she could dispose of him, as an example of what happens when you fail to please her. Goddess Vysis renders her unconscious as a direct result.
GO die already and stop being a hindrance, Touka-"senpai"
- Abomination Accusation Attack: Accuses Mimori of feeling up Ayaka when he goes to check on her after goddess Vysis renders her unconscious.
- Broken Ace: He's listed as one of the best students in terms of both academics and athletics, but he's a horrid bully who beats up on any classmate he can get away with.
- The Bully: Loves to beat up on people in class 2-C and the homeroom teacher Zakorogi Tamotsu lets him, telling the victims "just don't suicide on my watch."
- Dirty Coward: He's fond of pushing people around, but when he finds himself in trouble, he's quick to have a breakdown, panic, and attempt to flee, caring not a whit about any allies.
- Drunk On Power: As odious as he was on Earth, his new powers and abilities granted by Vysis have made him considerably worse in this new world. He near constantly toots his own horn and throws his weight around.
- Heroic Build: Though he's only a "hero" because Vysis says so, he's described as being well-toned and excellent at athletics.
- "Just Joking" Justification: When he's instructed by both Mimori and Kirahara to return Ayaka's manga to her on the bus, and Ayaka glares at him because he tormented her, he retorts that it was a harmless "joke" and expects her to accept his insincere apology at face value, resenting the fact that she doesn't just smile and forgive him out of hand.
- Poisonous Friend: One-sided to Kirahara Takuto.
- Too Dumb to Live: As a result of Do Not Taunt Cthulhu. Yells at and spits on a self-proclaimed goddess who not only has the power to summon him across dimensions, but demonstrates that she's very dangerous by vaporizing a giant wolf-monster to which she just had a chained up man fed, and keeps going when she smacks him down, until Kirahira tells him to stop.
Takaro Sisters, Hijiri and Itsuki
Sorry, Mimori, there's nothing we can do for you.
- Adaptational Villainy: Although their words and actions between the light novel and manga are identical, the context is very different. In the light novel, they left the room in disgust after apologizing to Mimori for not being able to help him when goddess Vysis decided to "dispose of him." Thus their "Let's go Aneki" and "It's worthless" speech was directed at the rest of the class's scummy actions, not at Mimori. In the manga, it looks like they're also condemning him.
- Cloud Cuckoolander: They're both rather odd.
- The Dividual: They are always seen together.
- Everyone Has Standards: In the original novel, they were disgusted with the rest of the class, and goddess Vysis, for literally treating Mimori like trash, but were powerless to do anything aside from leaving the room in disgust.
- Shock and Awe: One of them is given expertise over lightning based attacks.
The most popular boy in class 2-C.
- Bishōnen: He's described as an "ikemen."
- Chick Magnet: He is very popular with the girls of class 2-C, with rare exception.
- Crippling Overspecialization: He's a one-trick pony with his beam of light attack. He relies entirely on lining things up "just right" to make the most of it, and kill-stealing, to advance. Mobbed by a Zerg Rush in chapter 181, and he shows his true colors, screaming and running for the hills.
- Drunk On Power: The abilities and special skill Vysis gave him went straight to his head, and the more levels he gets, both in total, and in his Wave Motion Gun, the more insufferable he gets. The constant fangirling he gets from the majority of girls in 2-C and the world does not help matters, in the slightest.
- Glory Seeker: The primary reason he kill steals is that he's only concerned with the glory of having the highest kill count, even demanding from goddess Vysis to be sent into the heart of an enemy army so he can kill as much as possible. He is completely addicted to the "Oooh" and "ahh" reaction he gets from his many fangirls, and becomes completely apathetic during times that there are no monsters to fight.
- Heroic Wannabe: Flaunts his Wave Motion Gun attack and kill stealing as "heroic" feats and boasts of his greatness, ignoring the consequences.
- Ignorant of His Own Ignorance: His first kill resulted in raising his level to 10, and Visys's entire retinue threw a party, swelling his already bloated ego to unbelievable proportions. The results of Mimori's first kill? Level 282!
- Kill Steal: As if Ayaka's role as Class Representative wasn't already harsh enough, he keeps her from advancing in level and earning her special ability, by swooping in and killing the monster she's fighting, just before she gets to land the final blow, thus stealing the exp gain she needs. The only reason Ayaka works with him is that goddess Vysis forces her to.
- Light Is Not Good: His special ability is a powerful beam of light, and he's an extremely obnoxious clod who actively sabotages Ayaka with kill-stealing, making her job much harder than it has to be.
- Morality Chain: Though the bar is set pretty low, he's the only one who can keep Oyamada from "going too far" and is the only one Oyamada ever listens to.
The homeroom teacher of class 2-C
- All Men Are Perverts: What does he do when Vysis kidnaps the class and summons them to the new world? He stares at Vysis's breasts during the entire encounter!
- Apathetic Teacher: How apathetic? Oyamada kicks the chair of Yasu Tomohiro and starts brutalizing him? "Hey, Yasu! If you're going to be Driven to Suicide, I'd appreciate it if you didn't trouble me, and you would go die when I'm not in charge!"
- Harem Seeker: Implied. Mimori points out that he's guilty of extreme favoritism towards the physically attractive students of his class, regardless of gender, surrounding himself with the most beautiful students, and ignoring the rest, at best.
- Never My Fault: What does he say when Ayaka calls him out on cheering when goddess Vysis proclaims her intent to dispose of Mimori, rather than stepping forward to protect the students, as is his job as a school teacher? "There's nothing I can do."
The student bullied by Oyamada.
- Dark Is Evil: Is granted "darkness" powers by goddess Vysis, and is an arrogant, ungrateful prick who gloats when Mimori, the one guy who would help him, is in clear distress.
- Drunk On Power: The moment he realizes he's an A-rank, like Oyamada, he begins to flaunt it over everyone, even challenging Oyamada directly. The only reason the two don't come to blows is that Vyvis threatens both of them with "disposal."
- Don't You Dare Pity Me!: Charitably. In a flashback, Mimori chances upon him after Oyamada has so brutalized him that he needs immediate medical assistance. He responds to Mimori taking him to the infirmary and asking for help from the teachers with unbridled rage, angrily declaring that Mimori has no right to "look down on him."
- Extreme Doormat: Constantly the target of Oyamada's rage and bullying, and none of the teachers care.
- Miles Gloriosus: Because Vysis called him an "A rank," he's fond of boasting and preening like he's a peerless martial and magical talent. The moment he faces even the tiniest injury, like having his fingers sliced by Razor Floss, he panics, screams for healing, and runs for the hills.
- Smug Snake: He's always had a superiority complex; he's just been cowed by Oyamada's violence. The moment goddess Vysis labels him an A-rank, he lords it over everyone.
- Ungrateful Bastard: How does he respond to Mimori helping him when he's badly injured by Oyamada's bullying? Rage! When Mimori's the one in need of help, he gloats!
A D-rank classmate.
- Cowardly Lion: She may be a self-professed coward, but among the D-rankers, she's the only one who does anything aside from simply cowering behind a shield, even delivering the finishing blow, when prompted, to a monster weakened by Ayaka, so she can advance.
- D-Cup Distress: She hates her large, and still growing, breasts. Ever since they started coming in during early junior high, she's received nothing but leers from most of the boys, and derision from most of the girls. Having a Shrinking Violet personality, they've brought her nothing but grief.
- Hero-Worshipper: She admires and near idolizes Ayaka.
- Kind Hearted Cat Lover: Out of all the classmates, save Mimori, she's the only one who thought to tend to a stray cat she found on campus with a broken leg. The rest pointed and laughed at the poor animal, uploading videos to the internet to mock at their leisure.
- Lovable Coward: She's a coward, she knows it, she admits it, and she hates that about herself.
- Properly Paranoid: She's terrified that Vysis is itching to dispose of D-ranked students too, as Mimori warned the class. Just so happens, she's correct, but is unaware of it because of Ayaka's efforts, at least until chapter 84, when it's revealed that Vysis told all the D-rankers that she hasn't disposed of them only as a favor to Ayaka.
- Samaritan Relationship Starter: She began to have nice thoughts about Mimori because he's the only one in class 2-C who would help her deal with a wounded cat she found. After taking the poor animal to the vet, it got the care it needs, and she adopted the little fur-ball, after it made a full recovery, happy and healthy in her home.
- Shrinking Violet: She is especially shy and timid. Being dragged into this alien war is not good for her well-being, at all. Seeing Mimori disposed of, and being helpless to do anything about it, has not helped.
The country of Alion.
Vysis's enforcer and top acolyte.
- The Bet: When Oyamada started to sexually harass her, she bet that if the class could beat her in a spar, she'd be his slave for a week. It was a Curbstomp Battle in her favor. Oyamada got the message and left her alone from that point on.
- Cat Girl: Has a cat's tail, claws, and ears.
- Hostage Situation: From he POV, it's shown that Vysis is "protecting" her younger sisters, in exchange for her loyalty. Said loyalty involves literally licking Vysis's feet.
- Mentor Archetype: One of her duties is training class 2-C for dealing with the monster and demon king threat.
- Obfuscating Stupidity: Her POV chapters show that she's actually highly intelligent and competent, but she hates working for Vysis. Since Vysis cares not a whit about intelligence, just strength, utility, and obedience, Nyantan acts like a goofy ditz around Vysis as much as she can get away with. She frequently "forgets" important orders or messages, and often acts with malicious compliance, doing exactly what she's told, but not in the manner she's told to do it, hoping that the opposite of the intended order comes to pass.
- Sex Slave: Implied. Vysis does things that are very sexually suggestive to her when the two are alone, and makes clear that refusal is not an option.
The country of Nea:
King Ortra Straminus
- Altar Diplomacy: After his nation is invaded by Bakugos, he offers his other daughter, crown princess Cattleya, to Civit Garland in a Bureaucratically Arranged Marriage, to spare the lives of his people. Civit is forced by his government to accept the deal, although the guy isn't interested, only seeing fights to the death as Better Than Sex.
- Bad Dreams: Months after Seras fled the kingdom and Bakugos assimilated his lands, ignoring an attack of gold-eyed monsters, he still has nightmares.
- Good Parents: Refused to force his daughter Seras into a Bureaucratically Arranged Marriage with Civit, after learning that Civit planned to rape and murder her... At first, after she fled the kingdom, his interests turned in an "unfortunate direction."
- Parental Incest: He lusts after Seras, and is terrified that another man wins her heart, as such, he puts out a contract on her life rather than take the risk.
- Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: Puts out a contract on Seras, which includes her corpse being brought before him "looking pure," so he doesn't have to worry about some other guy defiling her or winning her heart. It is precisely because he puts out this contract on her that she's become a Lust Object with the very same people who are out to kill her trying to rape her, and the fact that she's rescued by Mimori, repeatedly, that Mimori's won her heart.
- Yandere: After putting out the contract on Seras, he kills himself, so they "will be together forever." Cattleya is not amused.
Crown Princess Cattleya
The first daughter of King Ortra
- Awful Wedded Life: Was not happy being married to Civit and is secretly grateful 'someone' killed him.
- The Cake Is a Lie: She's well aware that Vysis can not be trusted, but must take any chance to win her people's freedom.
- The Chains of Commanding: When Vysis promised her country back, in the event she gains better battlefield accomplishments than Bukagos, her conquerors, due to the fact that Bukagos lost their strongest fighter, Civit, she agrees because any hope of her people's freedom and well being is worth the price.
- Fallen Princess: With the conquest of her home country and Bureaucratically Arranged Marriage to Civit, she lost her crown and people.
- A Friend in Need: She helped Seras escape her country's army that seeking to kill her on the orders of her own Yandere father.
- The Woman Wearing the Queenly Mask: She's likely a good person, helping Seras escape, despite knowing she would be punished for it, but faces her opposition and detractors with an unflappable queenly dignity and grace.
Divine White Savages Walker
Who is this brat? Who cares! Kill him!
The mercenary group hunting Seras all the way from Neia.
- Adaptation Expansion: In the original source, they're only shown going after Mimori and getting killed for their idiocy. In the manga, they get more screen-time and they are shown being able to corner Seras, showing that they are genuinely a serious threat, just not random red-shirts that messed with the wrong guy.
- Famed In-Story: In the manga, they are a well-known mercenary group.
- Famous Ancestor: They have summoned heroes as ancestors, which gives them abilities far above the norm.
- Just Toying with Them: They intentionally miss when firing on Seras, just to torment her.
- Killing Intent: When Seras was cornered and tried to fight back, they crippled her with this.
- Mugging the Monster: When they came across Mimori, they attacked him without knowing anything about him. They only lived just long enough to regret it.
- Named by the Adaptation: They only get a line in passing in the original source. In the manga, they get names, screen time, and some of their abilities are shown.
- Red Baron: As can be seen in the page image, they all have famous aliases.
- Sadist: They are well-known to hunt purely to enjoy the pain of their intended targets.
A rather rude mercenary and bounty hunter who approaches a disguised Seras in the local inn, yanks her hood off her head, and then has the gall to want revenge on her for the "humiliation" of his own bad behavior.
- Karmic Death: Wanted to use Mimori and Seras as monster bait in Mills Ruins. Mimori got to him first and left his corpse behind as monster bait.
- Mugging the Monster: Attacks Mimori for protecting "Mist Barucus." He gets paralyzed, poisoned, and then Eaten Alive by dungeon monsters, who then wind up poisoned and paralyzed as a result, making them easy prey for Mimori.
- Rape Is a Special Kind of Evil: Mamori decides to kill him and his merry band when he brags of wanting to rape "Mist Barucus" repeatedly if they manage to catch her alive.
- Red Baron: "The Flash"
- Revenge Myopia: Wants to humiliate "Mist Barucus" for insulting him, when he's the dirty clod who walked up to her, ripped her hood off her head, and tried to manhandle her without permission.
- Again when he sees Mimori chance upon him as he and his merry band were plotting to rape and murder Seras in Mills Ruins dungeon, then disposing of her body as monster bait. When he threatens Mimori, he has the gall do demand vengeance as Mimori fights back.
- We Will Meet Again: Promises to meet Mimori again to exact vengeance. Mimori goes "don't think so" and kills him.
Second in command of the Black Dragon Knights.
- Asshole Victim: Considering he sees nothing wrong with raping and murdering women For the Evulz, his death won't be mourned.
- A Hero To His Home Town: He may be a raping, murdering scum, but he is among the top soldiers of the Bakugos Empire against the demon and monster threat.
- Nothing Personal: States he has no grudge, but fully intends to kill Seras the moment he corners her in a forest just outside of Mills.
- Rape as Drama: Forces Seras into a Scarpia Ultimatum, using the threat of his dragon mount to force her to have sex with him, unless she wants the dragon to eat her alive.
- While being questioned by Mimori, he brags that he intended to make Seras the Sex Slave for the entire Black Dragon Knights order, for a very, very long time.
Knight Civit Garland
The leader of the Black Dragon Knight Order.
- Asshole Victim: No tears were shed at his Cruel and Unusual Death
- Bad Guys Do the Dirty Work: Kills his second in command to prevent the latter from answering Mimori's questions.
- Better Than Sex: He's not interested in his wife, Cattleya, at all. He only agreed to marry her because his government ordered him to. He only gets orgasmic pleasure from battles to the death with a Worthy Opponent.
- Blood Knight: Lives for fights to the death with foes strong enough to beat him, and is always looking for an "enemy" to fight.
- Broken Ace: His title "the strongest of humanity" is not just for show. Even under the effects of "paralyze" and "poison," he still came very, very close to killing Mimori. That's how "high stat" he is. Unfortunately, he doesn't dedicate his strength to protecting the innocent; he's just interested in finding "enemies" to clash against in battles to the death and will do any despicable thing he has to in order to find them.
- Cruel and Unusual Death: Mimori uses his troops as guinea pigs to test out his new Berserk and Dark skills while they're paralyzed. He forces himself to move while paralyzed to try and stop it. The result was an extremely painful and unpleasant death, and oh did they all have it coming.
- Evil Albino: Pale white skin, red eyes, and a horrible personality.
- Evil Is Petty: The reason he hunted Seras down like an animal, and wanted his knights to use her as a Sex Slave until she's utterly broken before killing her? She defeated him in a friendly spar he himself demanded.
- I Need You Stronger: To Mimori, to the point he agreed to "ignore" Seras for a while...
- Kick the Son of a Bitch: On the receiving end. Mimori negotiates and agrees to an "honorable duel" at a later date with him, and as he approaches for the ritual handshake, paralyzes him, and subjects him to hell.
- Light Is Not Good: Dresses entirely in white and rides a white dragon, and he's total scum.
- Man in White: Wears exclusively white clothing.
- Red Baron: "The strongest of humanity."
- Sore Loser: If you beat him in a fight, you had better kill him because otherwise, he will hunt you down like an animal until he wears you down, and catches you, then drives you to despair so that you beg for death before finally killing you.
- Tears of Blood: He forces himself to move while he's under the effect of "paralyze." This causes so much internal damage that he bleeds from every orafice, including his eyes, until his body gives out and he's kneeling in a pool of his own blood.
- Who Are You?: As his Famous Last Words, he asks "Bastard, who are you?" to Mamori, after the latter has soloed his entire unit. Mamori answers to Break Him By Talking, at which point, Civit falls over, dead.
The country of Uraz:
Ruins Investigation Knights Unit
The knights unit sent to investigate the Disposal Ruins to make certain noone and nothing comes out.
- Bit Character: They only show up to prove that goddess Vysis has made arrangements to keep eyes on the Disposal Dungeon, and serve no other role. Once that's been established, they're never seen again.
- It's Probably Nothing: Played with. On the one hand, they stumble upon the corpses of the Holy Guard, the top fighters of the Nea kingdom that were pursuing Seras, and see that they've been robbed blind, yet shrug it off as if they were just some low-ranked adventurers that got mobbed by monsters and then robbed by an opportunist bandit or two. On the other hand, when they arrive at the Disposal Dungeon, and their magic tool doesn't respond like it should, they take it seriously and quickly return to base to get a second tool, to make certain their tool's not broken, and to verify if someone or something did manage to breach the seal placed by goddess Vysis, but even so, still treat it dismissively.
- We Have Become Complacent: They've put so much faith in goddess Vysis and her barrier over the Disposal Ruin, that they see their task of going and checking the integrity of the seal as "easy money." So when their magic tool indicates that the seal may have been breached, they don't even bother to send a report warning the goddess about it, like she demands, but instead take their sweet time getting a replacement tool to make certain the first tool wasn't broken.
The group Asinth
A criminal group that claims their "curses" brought down the Black Dragon Knights.
- Con Man: They poison people with difficult to identify potions and herbs, and then claim they "cursed" their victim with magic.
- Evil Gloating: When they think they've got Eve and Mimori cornered in a forest, they boast about how they're not using curse magic, at all, but poisons and blackmail to try and revive the Assassin's Guild. This teaches Mimori exactly the strategy he needs to frame them for killing Duke Zuan.
- Follow in My Footsteps: They boast of picking up business where the Assassin's Guild left off, since a previous group of "heroes" not only destroyed said guild, but made all poisons illegal and "evil."
- Framing the Guilty Party: Mimori makes it look like they turned upon the corrupt noble that hired them by destroying their corpses, but leaving behind their insignia around the corpse of said noble.
- No Body Left Behind: When they catch up to Mimori's party, hunting Eve Speed, Mimori not only kills them, but uses "freeze" upon their corpses to smash them to powder, leaving no trace.
- Scarpia Ultimatum: Mimori stumbles upon them grabbing a woman off the street and threatening to "curse" her if she doesn't let them use her as a sex toy. Much as Mimori wanted to straight up kill them, he still needed them around as cover so he used "berserk" on them to make them fight each other, raise a ruckus, and let the town guards deal with them.
- Stealing the Credit: To bolster their infamy, they took credit for killing the Black Dragon Knights. This serves Mimori just fine, as it takes the heat off his back and lets him work in secret to take down "that fucking goddess."
- Would Hurt a Child: They threatened Lizbet. This did not go well for them.
- Wrong Assumption: They presumed they had Eve and Mimori cornered with a pincer attack. They were unaware that Seras was also a member of the group and is a One-Woman Army herself, taking out all their backup.
Ruler of the country of Uraz
- Bad Boss: When he sees his knights dropping like flies, and they try to retreat, he strikes them down himself, forcing them to head to their certain death fighting Eve and Mimori. This culminates in being left all alone, paralyzed, with no way to retreat or surrender when Eve comes along and delivers the killing blow.
- Forced Prize Fight: Runs one in the capital city.
- I Have You Now, My Pretty: When he and his knights catch up to Eve and Mimori, as Mimori planned for them to, he boasts about how Eve should be "honored that he's chosen her to sire his next child." This does not go well for him, at all.
- I Lied: He never had any intention of honoring his promise to free Lizbet and Eve, and his thugs bragged about it just before Eve was scheduled to fight her last bout.
- Miles Gloriosus: Since he runs an arena, he thinks he's the mightiest warrior, ever. In an actual fight, he can only hide behind his trained knights and uses them as cannon fodder.
- Released to Elsewhere: There have been gladiatorial slaves that won their freedom, despite it being well known that he sabotages their last bouts, so whoever beats them will become the new fan favorite and keep the money from the betting pool flowing. These poor sods had a tendency to wind up dead in the river, if they were ever found at all.
The Mistress of Hakuashitei Tavern
The one tasked with "watching over" Lizbet by Duke Zuan while Eve was in the blood-fights.
- Bad Boss: She would constantly blame Lizbet for the behavior of bad customers, and turn a blind eye when they sexually harassed and assaulted her, taking all their complaints, no matter how illegitimate, out on the little girl's hide, and when she didn't abuse the girl, she would let the customers do it, even beating her head against the floor repeatedly, until she wept tears of blood, while they laughed. Eve saw it, and an epic beatdown ensued.
- Cruel Mercy: On the receiving end. When Mimori sees the kind of life Lizbet was subjected to, he first lets Eve do a bit of Percussive Therapy on the customers abusing Lizbet, and the mistress herself. When there's nobody else around, Mamori returns and ambushes her from behind, paralyzes her, and then ignores her pleas to be spared, and her empty promises of protection from Duke Zuan to paralyze her, non-fatally poison her, use "darkness" to blind her and then slit her throat so she slowly bleeds out, not being able to tell which way she's facing as she lies on the ground and the paralysis wears off. Brr...
- Small Name, Big Ego: Runs a tavern, and thinks she's more important and influential than Duke Zuan, the king of the country of Uraz!
- Villains Want Mercy: She begged and pleaded for forgiveness and her life when Eve tore into her, and then when Mimori did the same.
- Would Hurt a Child: Either beat up on Lizbet, or let her customers do it, to keep the customers happy, damn the staff's well being, even though Lizbet was Duke Zuan's property.
Oh, stop being "selfish" and let yourself be disposed of already, E-ranker!
The one who summons Class 2-C to this new world.
- Adaptational Dumbass: In the original novel, Mimori informs her of his abilities, and she dismisses them as worthless because she's familiar with those abilities, and they usually only rarely work, and only last for a few seconds when they do. In the manga, she doesn't even bother to learn what his abilities are before disposing of him, simply because he came back with an "E-Rank" growth rate on his stats.
- Beauty Is Bad: Physically, she's stunningly gorgeous, but she's morally bankrupt.
- The Cake Is a Lie: Promises to send class 2-C home if they can present proof of defeating the Demon King. After Mimori is disposed of, and several casualties occur during the first few days of training, Ayaka and the Takaro sisters begin to wonder if Vysis is really going to follow through...
- Condescending Compassion: How she speaks to everyone.
- Crime of Self-Defense: Dare to defend yourself from her attacks or her decision to "dispose of you" and you're the one who's evil or "corrupted" and in need of punishment.
- Crocodile Tears: Makes herself cry in "regret" when she renders Ayaka unconscious in the manga, due to the latter daring to stand up on Mimori's behalf.
- Cruel Mercy: Throws Mimori's unique transmigration item at him, that she had seized while he was unconscious from the summoning sickness, as he's being transported to the Disposal Dungeon, ostensibly to extend his suffering, and calls it "a mercy." Mimori doesn't think there was any benevolence in getting his rightful property returned before being sent to an execution ground.
- Evil Versus Oblivion: She's the "evil" to the Demon King's "oblivion."
- Faux Affably Evil: Her words are polite, but her body language, gestures, and actions are filled with nothing but contempt for everyone other than herself, and outright disdain for everyone who doesn't jump to her whims.
- Greater-Scope Villain: Aside from the routine "revival" of the Demon King, she's responsible for all the evil and suffering in the world, and maybe she's responsible for the Demon king too.
- Impractically Fancy Outfit: How, just how, is she able to move around without having those "clothes" fall off and completely expose everything above her hips, at a minimum? Or simply tripping over her train and winding up flat on her face?
- Make an Example of Them: On two fronts. First, she lets an unknown man in chains get eaten by a monster to then vaporize the monster, so the class sees how helpless they are before her, then disposes of the "E-rank" Mimori, just to show what happens to those who don't measure up.
- Meaningful Name: Her name "Vysis" sounds very similar to the term "vices" and she's got all The Seven Deadly Sins.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: Her cruel and petty disposal of Mimori at the beginning doesn't just turn around and bite her in the ass, it crawls up through her anal sphincter and tears her apart from the insides!
- Mimori's experience in the Disposal Dungeon isn't just Training from Hell to make him the powerhouse the world needs to deal with the Demon King, it gives him access to the tools left behind by previous "hindrances," one of which might lead to the secret to how to beat her, which is what she fears most.
- If not for Mimori coming out of Disposal Dungeon as Seras was passing by, the two would never have met, and Seras would very likely have been raped and murdered.
- Mimori hiring Seras as his bodyguard led to the near total annihilation of a powerful group of roving serial rapists who saw nothing wrong with kidnapping women and passing them around like sex toys before murdering them, and their boss who was addicted to the thrill of fighting "enemies" to the death and would happily do anything, no matter how vile, to find one, even planning on turning on the "heroes" Vysis herself summoned, if he thought it would give him a good fight.
- Mimori's quest to find "the contraindicated witch" causes him to cross path with Eve, which results in the complete and total destruction of an illegal slaving ring, the gladiatorial arena where they are forced to fight to the death, the death of the corrupt Duke Zuan who ran it, and his entourage, and the elimination of the group Asinth that was trying to revive the Assassin's guild by using hard-to-detect poisons and calling it "curse magic."
- Psycho Lesbian: Implied. While she has yet to show any interest in males, regardless of origin or appearance, she has shown great interest in other females, Ayaka, Nyantan, Seras, and is quite fond of putting them in fetishistic clothing. She's also morally bankrupt.
- Seven Deadly Sins: She has the entire set.
- Pride: She sees herself as the most beautiful, intelligent, and elegant being in the world, bar none, and nobody is ever fit to correct her, on anything.
- Gluttony: She lives life to excess in everything she does, and flaunts the wealth she's acquired through all means, fair and foul, and don't you dare criticize her on it.
- Greed: Everything in the world is her rightful property, including people's lives. Whatever she deigns to give them, or let them keep, is an act of "charity."
- Lust: She has an unending lust for power and "entertainment" that comes from bloodshed in fighting the Demon King and the suffering of others. Not to mention that she's fond of all but forcing attractive women around her into stripperific clothing, as shown with both Ayaka and Nyantan whom she provides Chainmail Bikini armor and then tells them that it's their uniform for battle against the gold-eyed monsters... At least said armor works as advertised and does indeed provide excellent protection against most monster attacks.
- Envy: Got something better than her? She must take it, or destroy it if she can't get it. She demanded Seras become her "acolyte," being jealous of the latter's in-universe superior beauty. When Seras refused, the armies of all countries in the world were sent after her, and her home country was consumed by its neighbor Bakugos.
- Sloth: While she often proclaims herself to be incredibly busy with other off-screen matters, she always delegates her on-screen duties as much as possible, and rarely does anything herself if someone else can do it for her.
- Wrath: She's a Soft-Spoken Sadist that loves to watch the people she doesn't see any value in, or have somehow offended her, squirm, struggle, plead, and beg, to then fall into despair. When Mimori refused to do so as he was being transported to Disposal Ruins, she took it as a personal affront.
- Social Darwinist: Fail to meet up to her standards and you don't deserve to live.
- Soft-Spoken Sadist: She's spewing polite words and phrases at all times, even when she's relishing the pain she delivers unto others. It's especially prominent in the manga when she's sending Mimori to the Disposal Dungeon. After she's goaded, threatened, and manipulated the rest of class 2-C to taunt and torment him as a prelude to his "departure," she, with all the sarcasm and Condescending Compassion she can muster, tells him "it's okay to cry, there's no shame in it" wanting him to cry, plead, and beg, and is completely shocked and taken aback when Mimori flips her off and tells her "go to hell, Bitch Goddess!"
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: There is nothing more dangerous than finding yourself being deemed "useless" by her, as she will dispose of you the very first opportunity.
Perhaps today is the day that brat dies, Bwahahaha!
They gave birth to him, apparently purely for the sake of having a punching bag that they could try to beat to death.
- Abusive Parents: As already mentioned, they saw Mimori only as a nuisance that they must kill, either by beatings, starvation, or exposure to the elements, locking him on the outdoor veranda, on the second floor, in the middle of winter with insufficient clothing.
- The Alcoholic: They both drank to excess, and used their drunken stupor as an excuse to lose their temper and beat Mimori for no reason, aside from sheer sadism.
- Cold-Blooded Torture: Oh they weren't just abusive, no. They didn't simply starve Mimori, beat him, and leave him on the veranda to freeze to death. Chapter 31 of the novel reveals they were so fond of ripping out his finger-nails that a monster attack which turns the fingers on his right hand to raspberries seems minor by comparison.
- Cynicism Catalyst: They're the reason Mimori starts the story so jaded, he doesn't break down in tears when Vysis decides to dispose of him.
- Domestic Abuse: Even though they joined forces to beat up on Mimori, they also enjoyed beating up on each other. The biggest reason for the fights between them is that Mimori's mother had "a bad habit of buying too much food," which is the only reason Mimori had anything to eat, at all, since he was fed the leftovers, and nothing else.
- Entitled Bitch: And Entitled Bastard. They honestly believed that, as Mimori's parents, they had the right to do whatever they wanted to him, even beating him to death, if they so desired, and they certainly desired it.
- For the Evulz: They had no reason or justification whatsoever for beating up on Mimori and trying to kill him. They just enjoyed doing it.
- Hate Sink: They are very easy to hate, seeing as they have no redeeming features, and only see their son as a punching bag, making it a sport to see how long it takes to beat him to death, and cheering each other on when it looks like it will finally happen.
- Never My Fault: Whenever they were called out on their child abuse, they never took responsibility for their actions. They would twist rational thinking into pretzels trying to blame Mimori for it. In fact, chapter 2 of the manga has Mimori's father angrily yell "What the hell did you do? I'll fucking kill you!" while the neighbors and the police were trying to break the door down, after seeing a battered and bloody Mimori on the veranda with a Growling Gut.
- No Name Given: Their names are never mentioned.
- Parental Abandonment: When Child Services had finally had enough of their lies, excuses, and entitlement for abusing and trying to straight up murder Mimori, Mimori's father literally shoved him into his uncle's custody. Fortunately, said uncle treated Mimori as the son he always wanted, but never had, with genuine affection and kindness.
- Parental Neglect: As mentioned, the only food Mimori had to eat was leftovers because his mother "had a bad habit of buying too much food."
- Sadist: They lived for the thrill of seeing Mimori in pain and suffering.
- The Seven Deadly Sins: In the few flashbacks we've had of them, they seem to be going for the whole set, but haven't quite got there yet.
- Wrath: Self-explanatory. They have explosive tempers and live for the thrill of beating up people, including each other.
- Greed: Although their primary motivation for trying to kill Mimori was pure sadism, they bragged that receiving "condolence money" from his death would have been a welcome bonus.
- Gluttony: They ate as much of the groceries Mimori's mother purchased as they could, and only reluctantly gave leftovers to Mimori himself. In fact, their main source of friction between each other is Mimori's mother buying more food than she and Mimori's father could eat, put together, purely because she wanted to eat it.
Mimori's uncle and aunt-in-law.
The custodial "parent" of Mimori when his own father and mother finally realized that they didn't have any kind of legal right to try and kill Mimori, or simply abandon him.
- Good Parents: Unlike his biological parents, they treated Mimori like the son they always wanted, with genuine affection and kindness. This is the only thing that kept Mimori from going full-tilt Misanthrope Supreme.
- No Name Given: Sadly, their names are never mentioned. They deserve recognition for taking in a horribly abused teen and turning his life around, making him a healthy and productive member of society.
- Parental Substitute: Since Mimori's parents were so horrendous, Japan's Child Services stripped away custody, the uncle and aunt had to step up to the plate, being the closest living relatives. Fortunately for Mimori, they turned out to be Good Parents who treated him kindly.