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aka: Ore Ga Heroine O Tasukesugite Sekai Ga Little Mokushiroku

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Main Characters

     Rekka Namidare
The protagonist, destined to become a hero and save a heroine. Sadly, for him, there's more than one...


A being that comes from the future to prevent The War Of Everything, a conflict caused by Rekka's indecision to choose a heroine.
  • Ambiguous Gender: The name, uniform and ambiguous complexion makes it hard to determine R's gender. R is female and likes to be called R-chan.
  • Artificial Human: R is an artifical existence called a kick-loom.
  • Black Comedy Rape: R jokes that Rekka intends to rape her.
  • Deadpan Snarker: R is always quick to sarcastically rag on Rekka's plans, mostly because of their lack of existence.
  • Flight: R floats around Rekka the majority of the time.
  • Improbable Age: R is about 2 years old, and is tasked with saving the Universe.
  • Invisible to Normals: Normal people cannot see R.
  • One-Letter Name: R.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Constantly delivers these to Rekka regarding his indeciseveness. It helps that R knows everything about Rekka.
  • Set Right What Once Went Wrong: R's aim is to prevent a bad future caused by Rekka refusing to choose from amongst his love interests, thus leading to a war.
  • Shipper on Deck: Pushes Rekka to choose one of the heroines and constantly lists each of their good points in hopes that one of them will catch his fancy. That said, R can't do anything (including help in stories) that would be favoring one heroine over the others.
  • This Is Gonna Suck: R exclaims that making Rekka choose a heroine will be difficult after becoming aware of his Oblivious to Love tendencies.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: In the colored art, R has blue hair.


     Satsuki Otomo
The first of many heroines and Rekka's Childhood Friend, introduced in Volume 1. She comes from a line of magicians and possesses the Akashic Records.
  • Accidental Innuendo: Her fidgety attitude and vague wording of forming "a compact" that will allow her to pass the Akashic Records to the next generation makes it seem like it is sex. It's just a kiss.
  • A-Cup Angst: She gets defensive when Iris mocks her chest size, claiming that she's average sized (indeed, seeing her in a swimsuit, she appears to be at least decently endowed).
  • Akashic Records: She has access to information on any topic in the universe.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: She is in love with Rekka, whom she's been friends (and celebrated the same birthday) with for 10 years.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: She's normally pretty mature, but the arrival of other girls who become interested in Rekka bring out a possessive side of her.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: Not to the same extent as Rekka, but while she tries to remember her duty as a magician, she would rather just have a normal relationship with Rekka, and loathes the idea of dragging him into her troubles.
  • Interrupted Declaration of Love: She tries to confess to Rekka before being interrupted by Messiah.
  • Love Letter: She writes to Rekka to have him meet her so she can confess to him.
  • Tele Portation: She teleported from Earth to Iris' moving ship.

     Iris Fineritas Cyphercall
Daughter of the chairman of Planet Finerita's Supreme Council's Chairman, introduced in Volume 1. In other words, she's an alien.

     Harissa Hope
A 13-year old mage from the fantasy world Abraam, introduced in Volume 1. She is sentenced to death for failing to summon a hero to defeat the Demon King.
  • Alliterative Name: Harissa Hope.
  • Apologises a Lot: She apologizes whenver she percieves herself as an inconvenience.
  • Entertainingly Wrong: She thinks Rekka's laser gun is light magic, the ultimate magic attack.
  • Expressive Hair: The upper part of her bangs react to surprise.
  • Good with Numbers: She is able to calculate the coordinates of the Demon King's Lair, allowing Rekka to use his warp watch to help him bypass the barrier surrounding the lair.
  • Heroic Second Wind: She finally summons Rekka out of desperation when the Demon King's army attacks.
  • Public Execution: She is almost executed for failing to summon a hero.
  • Red String of Fate: She gives Rekka a red string to allow him to return to her world anytime.
  • Summon Magic: She specializes in summoning creatures. She was expected to summon a hero by her kingdom.


     Tsumiki Nozomuno
A shopgirl at Nozomiya Cafeteria, introduced in Volume 2. She's trying to save her family's failing restaurant by winning Food Champion, a nationally-broadcasted cooking event.
  • Cordon Bleugh Chef: It's implied she can cook normal dishes fine (given she wins the competition once she has some Leviathan meat), but her drive to find a new radically different dish to win Food Champion with results in "dark matter," food so cursed that Rekka needs magic to eat it without fainting.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: When she judges a cooking attempt as a failure, she dumps it down a small seemingly bottomless hole in her backyard. This hole leads into the dead world Leviathan is sealed in, where she eats the food to regain her energy. The rising strength of the sealed beast catches the attention of both Tetra and Bahamut, kicking off the main plot of Volume 2.

     Tetra Metra Retra 
The daughter of the chieftain of the mole people, introduced in Volume 2. Her people guard the seal of a monster of behalf of God, but have grown lazy and complacent with the divine resources they possess.
  • Mole Men: Comes from a race of them living in an underground village, though they appear mostly human and their blood is poisonous to Bahamut.

The "Strongest Beast" holding a strong hatred for the "Monster Who Defied God," introduced in Volume 2. Her true identity is Leviathan.
  • Bishōnen Line: Inverted. Her core takes on a human form when she's out of energy.
  • Bizarre Taste in Food: Loves Tsumiki's "dark matter." Justified; when you've been sealed in a dead world with literally nothing to eat for millennia, you're not going to care about the taste. Plus all the stuff in it makes it packed with nutrients, making it literal Power-Up Food for her.
  • Brought Down to Badass: After Bahamut is killed, she sheds the vast majority of her power to provide her meat for the mole people and Tsumiki. While this is stated to massively drop her overall power, that just makes her about on par with the other heroines, who are all badass in their own right.
  • Flight: Can easily soar through the air in her monster form.
  • Making a Splash: Fittingly, she packs potent water magic.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Her human form receives a lot of Fanservice focus.
  • Sealed Good in a Can: After Bahamut tricked her into swapping places with him.
  • Walking Spoiler: Her identity is unknown (including to the reader) until R identifies her as a heroine... moments before Bahamut is about to kill her.

     Hibiki Banjo 
Rekka's relative, introduced in Volume 3. Her branch family has the "Banjo bloodline," which makes her the universe's substitute heroine.
  • Action Girl: Having had years of foreknowledge about her duties when she turns sixteen, she prepared appropriately.
  • Distaff Counterpart: To Rekka, in concept.
  • Foil: Rekka is, bloodline aside, an ordinary high school student and only learned about his role as a Namidare literally the night before it kicked in. Hibiki learned about her bloodline's fate of being involved in stories from a young age, and spent her life up to that point training to be able to handle it.
  • Ineffectual Loner: After her friend was hospitalized due to getting mixed up in a story she was in, she made a point of solving every story alone and doing so as bluntly as possible, with little to no consideration given to anyone involved in it. Her "happy ending" has her discard this, when Volume 3's stories are only resolved happily by Rekka working with all the heroines he helped to that point.
  • Kissing Cousins: Played With. Her literal first conversation to Rekka is asking him to marry her. Turns out it was less for affection and more the idea of ending both the Namidare and Banjo bloodlines in one fell swoop.

     Chelsea Margaret 
A wandering treasure hunter, introduced in Volume 4. Her brother has developed a terminal condition, and so she seeks the Demon's Pot that can grant wishes to cure him.


     Rosalind C. Bathory 
A high school transfer student from overseas, introduced in Volume 4. She is actually an extremely powerful vampire that had been previously defeated by the Namidare bloodline a hundred years ago.
  • Achilles' Heel: Silver, which damages her life force directly.
  • Hypnotic Eyes: Her charm powers work though eye contact.
  • #1 Dime: An old photo she has of her smiling happily with a certain man, whose face is obscured by a cut from the knife that stabbed her a hundred years ago.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: For one, the more powerful a vampire is, the less of the classical weaknesses (sunlight, running water, garlic, etc.) they have. Rosalind is so powerful, her only weakness is silver.
  • Revenge: She says she wants revenge on the Namidares for her defeat a hundred years. Rekka eventually realizes, though, that if this was all she wanted, she could have just jumped him in an alley or something.
  • Villain Protagonist: She's the main villain of Volume 4, and yet she is a heroine, meaning she has a happy ending Rekka needs to get to - preferably without becoming a vampire himself in the process.

    Silver Slayer / Suzuran 
A homunculus created by an alchemst two hundred years ago, introduced in Volume 4. Her sole purpose in life is the elimination of the vampire Rosalind C. Bathory.
  • Become a Real Boy: How Rekka gets her a happy ending.
  • Man of Kryptonite: Her entire body is made of shape-shifting alchemical silver, which is Rosalind's Achilles' Heel. She can even form weapons for others to use out of it.
  • Robot Girl: In practice.
  • Single Task Robot: This single task being killing one specific vampire. Afterwards, she has little problem with just standing around until, like a tool left unused, she rusts away.
  • Super-Persistent Predator: Is this to Rosalind. She can track her literally anywhere on the planet.

Big Bads

     Messiah Kyandistrapps
Considered to be the strongest mage in the world, he wants to marry Satsuki to gain access to the Akashic Records.

     The King of Satamonia
The King of Satamonia. He wants to marry Iris and threatens Fineritas to accomplish his goal.
  • Colony Drop: The challenge he issues against Rekka is to stop a giant meteorite he will send towards Earth.
  • Gonk: He is a hideous monster.
  • Lecherous Licking: He wants to lick Iris.
  • Lust: He wants to marry Iris and is willing to destroy her planet if necessary.

     The Demon King
A dragon from the Abraam world that resurrected and commanded his army to attack the humans.

The "Monster Who Defied God," he originally passes himself off as a magical girl mascot-like character to get Rekka's trust.
  • Achilles' Heel: The wound on his back.
  • The Mole: He became acquainted with Rekka to find out how he defeated Messiah.

Side Characters

     Jigen Namidare
Rekka's father. He explains the Namidare lineage to Rekka.

     Satsuki's Father 
Satsuki's father and a member of the people who guard the Akashic Records.

     The Chairman of Owaria
Iris' father and the ambassador of Fineritas to the high council. He is forced to marry his daughter to the King of Satamonia to fend off economic and military actions against Fineritas.

Alternative Title(s): Ore Ga Heroine O Tasukesugite Sekai Ga Little Mokushiroku


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