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This is a listing of the Other Mafia Families of Katekyō Hitman Reborn!. YMMV items and subjectives go in the YMMV page for the series.


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    The Cavallone Family 

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Dino Cavallone

He was exactly like Tsuna before he was trained by Reborn and became the family leader he is today earning him the title of "Bucking-Horse Dino" and leading the Cavallone Family to the rank of third most influential. Too bad every time his family isn't present he can completely fumble even the simplest of tasks. He definitely expected more out of Tsuna, remarking he "didn't have the aura" but eventually takes on the role of older brother to him and helps out in the future.

Voiced by: Kenta Kamakari (Episodes 1-34), KENN (Episode 34 onwards)

  • Affectionate Nickname: Calls Tsuna his "Cute Kohai" as he is the older of Reborn's students.
  • Benevolent Boss: According to Fuuta, he's the #1 at this, and it does show with how well he treats his subordinates, how much his subordinates like him and are devoted to him, and of course, how he can't even do anything right when not in their presence.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Don't lay a hand on his subordinates!
  • Big Brother Mentor: To Tsuna, who really appreciates his help.
  • Bishounen
  • Butt-Monkey: He is Reborn's student before, and still gets the short end of the stick sometimes from him.
  • Cool Chair: Always sits in a black leather chair whenever he is in the Sawada Household. Seems like his subordinates carry it everywhere.
  • Cool Pet: Always accompanied by Enzo, a small turtle that grows into Godzilla when touched by water, before all the hassles with the Box Weapons.
  • Cool Horse: What he gained after all the hassles with the Box Weapons.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Quite competent in fighting, but take away his subordinates and he will have the coordination of a five year old.
  • Hero of Another Story: He was Reborn's toy/pupil long before Tsuna.
  • Hot Teacher: Hibari aside, he opted to become a teacher in Namimori high school in order to be closer to the location for the representative battles. Female students (and a guy) quickly fall for him.
  • Informed Ability: He is said to be the strong boss of the third strongest mafia family and seeing Hibari's attitude towards him, it looks like Hibari had never defeated Dino completely. But looking at his battle record in the series, he lost two out of two to let Hibari and Tsuna shine.
  • The Klutz: Even has trouble eating a meal or walking down stairs if his subordinates aren't around.
  • Mr. Fanservice: It's unsurprising, considering how many males on this page are...
    • Shown even further when he decides to become a substitute teacher at school to keep a close eye on Tsuna. All the female students go head over heels for him, and are infuriated when seeing how close Tsuna is with Dino.
  • Odd Friendship: With Squalo of all people, with the tuna offering in the Future Arc. Might be because he saved the latter's life in the Varia Arc.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Teams up with Byakuran, Xanxus, and Hibari of all people in order to fight Jager and Bermuda. Squalo too, but the two are at least on friendly terms with each other. Not that it really matters in the end.
  • Took a Level in Badass: He is an example of what Tsuna can be in the future.
  • Whip It Good: Which doubles as a fetish for the fangirls.
  • Older Than They Look: He's actually in his early 20's, but looks older than that.

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Romario

Romario is a member of the Chiavarone Family and the right-hand man of Dino.

Voiced by: Kouichi Nagano

    The Tomaso Family 

Naito Longchamp

Naito Longchamp is the eccentric 8th Boss of the Tomaso Family.


  • Adapted Out: Thanks to his unpopularity, Longchamp is not present in the anime and his scenes are taken up by Gokudera and Yamamoto.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Disappears after his manga debut.
    • The Bus Came Back: Shows up in Chapter 295. The explanation given for his disappearance wass that he was chasing tail for a while. Gokudera even mentions that he forgot all about the man.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: He had absolutely no common sense, pretty much acted like a kid going our for the first time and pretty much attracts trouble wherever he goes. That said, he is worse than Yamamoto in ignoring everything around his family.
  • Collector of the Strange
  • Emo: When under the influence of the Desolation Bullet.
  • Impossibly Cool Clothes: Along with with his leather buckles, Too Many Belts and [[Zipperiffic zippers]], and that gel-spike head of his. Too bad his personality takes away all the coolness his clothes had.
  • Hatedom: there is a reason he only appeared in the manga...
  • Keet: Always has a smile on his face even after his subordinates are trying to kill him.
  • Kid-anova: Though his taste in women is... different, to say the least.
  • No Sense of Personal Space: He is quite chummy with Tsuna who he tries to make a connection with. Tsuna doesn't return the sentiments.
  • Selective Obliviousness: He's quite oblivious to the civil war that is happening inside his family, and doesn't understand or even notices why Pantera is always trying to kill him.
  • Too Many Belts: Rivals Gokudera and Mukuro in fashion taste.

Lunga

Lunga is the younger brother of Longchamp. Not much is known about him other than that he is trying to start a rock band. However, he seems to be having trouble recruiting members, threatening to send a bandmate back to his homeland for messing up a note.


Mangusta

Mangusta is the butler and tutor of Longchamp. He is the only one who takes the Families' rivalry seriously and constantly tries to discourage Longchamp from being friends with Tsuna. He is also the holder of the Desolation Bullet which he uses to shoot Longchamp with, though he'll shoot anyone else, for that matter, to get them to agree with Longchamp's wishes.


Pantera

Not much is known about Pantera, either, other than that she apparently tries to kill Longchamp very frequently. Her weapon of choice is bladed pinwheels.


    The Millefiore Family 

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Byakuran Gesso

Look at the image next to this description. You see someone like that and you think he's a pretty nice guy, huh? Wrong, oh so very wrong. Byakuran is a Big Bad if ever there was one. As boss of the frighteningly powerful Millefiore Family, his goal is to obtain the Vongola Rings and, which, together with his Mare Rings and the Arcobaleno Pacifiers, will form the Tri-ni-set, something that, according to him, will allow him to gain dominance over the world actually the multiverse. He's arguably the nastiest villain in the series yet (and when your competition are the likes of Rokudo Mukuro and Xanxus, that's saying something). He is now apart of the present day Millefiore Family, but with a more pleasant and openly kind personality.

Voiced by: Takanori Ohyama

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Yuni

She's a young, kindhearted, and caring girl... who is also the Millefiore Family's second-in-command, the head of the Black Spell, and the captain of the 1st Calendula Squad. On top of all that, she's the former leader of the Giglio Nero Family, inheriting the position and the Orange Arcobaleno Pacifier after her mother's early death. The Giglio Nero's strength is waning, however, and Yuni is forced to agree to the merging of the Giglio Nero and Gesso Families to form the Millefiore.

She defects to Tsuna's side and takes the Arcobaleno Pacifiers with her, after watching Byakuran disregard a promise made between him and Irie Shouichi.

Voiced by: Yoshino Nanjo

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Gamma

An A ranked member of the Millefiore Family, who commands the 3rd Aphelandra Squad of the Black Spell and is responsible for wiping out many of the allies of the Vongola Family with his later found to be fake Lightning Mare Ring. He's deeply devoted to his boss, Yuni, and has a deep hatred of Byakuran and members of the White Spell, believing that the former did something to Yuni that caused her to lose her cheerful demeanor.

Voiced by: Kazuhiko Inoue

  • Big Damn Heroes: He turns up out of nowhere to protect Yuni from the Funeral Wreaths.
  • Bishounen
  • Bad Guys Play Pool: His weapon of choice. Subverted as he isn't that bad of a guy.
  • Improbable Weapon User: A snooker cue.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: Yuni is pretty much the only reason why he fights for the Millefiore. He spiraled into alcoholism and became a Took a Level in Jerkass to his subordinates ever since she fell into Byakuran's thrall.
  • Mr. Fanservice: He's got a really suave look even if he is quite unkempt. And he also looks good in a suit.
  • Not So Different: With Gokudera of all people. Both are very devoted to their bosses and tries to protect them the best way that they can. Gokudera fights to protect Tsuna and Gamma just going along with the Millefiore Family in the off chance that Yuni will return to them. Both are also prepared to sacrifice their lives for their bosses sake as well as shown in their rematch. Interestingly, both team up in the last battle with Byakuran.
  • Pet the Dog: His flashback shows that he is not such a bad guy after all. And he commends Gokudera's fighting will after their rematch.
  • Shock and Awe: He wields the Lightning Flame as the Fake Lightning Guardian. Gokudera and Yamamoto even notes that his flames hit really hard than others.
  • Subordinate Excuse: He admits that he had an unrequited love to Aria, which seemingly transferred to Yuni when she appeared after her death.
  • Together in Death: With Yuni when she sacrificed herself.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Aria, and later to Yuni. He even admits that he is fighting for the princess's sake instead of Byakuran's in his fight with Gokudera.

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Genkishi

A Millefiore illusionist and swordsman. He carries four swords, as well as the fake Mist Mare Ring and one of the six Hell Rings. Despite being a former Giglio Nero member, Genkishi devoted himself to following Byakuran when he saved him from an incurable disease, and even instigated the Giglio Nero/Gesso merger by faking his defeat at the hands of Squalo. However, when Byakuran had requested him to steal the Mare Rings and Sky Pacifier from the Giglio Nero, he was unable to do so due to Yuni. This leads him to go to great lengths to prove his loyalty to Byakuran, even being consumed by his Hell Ring, which changes him physically and mentally, in order to defeat Tsuna in battle. Though his transformation grants him greater power, he loses to Tsuna and escapes by using one of his Box Weapons. He resurfaces during the Vongolas' battle with the Six Funeral Wreaths disguised as Saru, one of Torikabuto's subordinates. There, he is defeated in a rematch with Yamamoto and gets killed by Kikyou when he loses under Byakuran's orders.

Voiced by: Daisuke Hosomi

  • Bishounen
  • Dem Bones: When he activates his hell ring.
  • Happiness in Slavery
  • I Let You Win: In his fight against Squalo. Though Squalo noticed and wisely got out of his territory.
  • Motive Rant: Whenever he wears the hell ring, he begins to rant about everything that he hids under his cool steely exterior.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: Doesn't really care in destroying his own Family as long as it pleases Byakuran. The latter calls him boring because of this.
  • Not Quite Dead: But not so much any more.
  • One-Winged Angel: His hell ring form turns him into a skeletal monster that boosts his ability at the cost of his sanity.
  • The Stoic: Nothing fazes this guy, even in the heat of battle. Tsuna and Yamamoto even remarks that this trait of his is more dangerous rather than his raving lunatic hell ring form.
  • Swords Akimbo: He can wield four swords and use them at the same time thanks to his mist abilities, where he spawns extra arms to holt them.
  • The Pawn: Desperately wants to be useful to Byakuran and doesn't really care if he is seen as a pawn to him, as long as he can be able to be in his side.
  • Put on a Bus: Weird case, but he was never seen again after the Future Arc as every recurring character introduced in the future returned in some way at the Curse of the Rainbow Arc. Either it can be presumed that he hid under the shame of his actions, or that his disease has claimed him in this timeline.
  • Undying Loyalty: Wants to be this to Byakuran, but seeing Tsuna and Yuni's eyes reminds him of Yuni's kindness which puts him into Conflicting Loyalty to both the Giglio Nero and Gesso Family.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Kikyo kills him with cloud flames as per Byakuran's orders when he felt that Genkishi became a boring pawn.

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Shouichi Irie

He's initially an unsuspecting middle school kid who becomes caught up in the antics concerning Tsuna and his friends early on in the series, but ends up in possession of some Bovino Family weaponry, including the Ten-Year Bazooka. He is the captain of the White Spell's 2nd Rose Squad, and is also one of the Millefiore's six A rank members. He reports directly to Byakuran, and has been secretly researching the Ten-Year Bazooka in order to find a way to time travel.

Voiced by: Toshiyuki Toyonaga

  • Ascended Extra: Considering he was introduced in an early chapter of the manga as a gag character.
  • Bishōnen
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: He's very intelligent to the point that he's the leader of the White Spell troops, but he's not really what he seems to be...
  • Chekhov's Gunman: He's introduced in Volume 2, but he doesn't make an appearance again until the Future Arc. Fans got quite the surprise.
  • The Dragon: To Byakuran when he is first introduced. But he has his own reasons of helping him stop the Vongola.
  • Determinator: He had a pretty strong obsession with defeating Byakuran because he felt responsible for awakening Byakuran's power. He erased his younger self's memory and manipulated his younger self into befriending Byakuran, just so he can play double agent. When Tsuna asked him what if the Vongola guardians die, he said "then they'll die.".
  • Double Agent: He erases his own memory of meeting Byakuran in order to get closer to him. Once his memory returns, he plans to become this and became a double agent for future Tsuna.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: With Spanner for the Millefiore and later, the Vongola Family.
  • Ill Boy: Downplayed. He's having constant stomach ache whenever he's anxious. But he wasn't bedridden nor it become an adversity in his study.
  • Memory Gambit: Conhorted with TYL!Tsuna and the Vongola to be able to beat Byakugan's multi verse knowledge and connections.
  • Nerds Are Sexy: He certainly is.
  • Nervous Wreck: When we first see him, he's the calm and collected leader of the White Spell, then it's revealed that he's just hiding his nervousness and always gets stomachaches when it happens. His younger self certainly is this.
  • Training from Hell: The reason why he threw enemies that is obviously more skilled than the guardians is that to help jumpstart the growth of the guardians in order to defeat Byakuran.
  • Unlucky Everyday Dude: He's just a poor boy who got sucked into the weirdness thanks to Lambo. It's because of Lambo being blasted into his apartment and the Bovino Family giving him some weapons that he became the reason how Byakuran got his powers.

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Spanner

A member of the Black Spell. He belongs to the family's tech department and is responsible for the creation of the family's Mosca robots, which are giant humanoid robots created for combat. He was told by Irie to locate and eliminate Tsuna.

Voiced by: Kenjiro Tsuda

  • Bishounen
  • Expecting Someone Taller: Certainly didn't expect that the Vongola Decimo is just a thirteen year old boy.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Up to Shoichi's level. He and Shoichi are the finalists of a robot competition in Japan when they were younger.
  • Genius Sweet Tooth: Is rarely seen without his sweets, which he claims he eats because they activate the brain.
  • Gratuitous English: Mixes some English words in his vocabulary. Justified since he is a foreigner.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He joined Tsuna and the Vongola Family in order to help Tsuna perfect his X-Burner.
  • Meaningful Name His name, Spanner, is British-English for "wrench" and fits with his occupation in the family (and his lollipops!). And one in the works.
  • Occidental Otaku: Obsessed with anything Japanese, most notably green tea and the "Yamato Nadeshiko" stereotype.
  • Oral Fixation: He's always shown eating a wrench shaped candy.
  • The Rival: Developed a rivalry with Gianini, even competing with their skills and inventions in a few chapters.
  • The Stoic: He's quite cool, calm and collected no matter what happens around him.
  • Unfortunate Names: His name is also a British insult to someones intelligence.

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Glo Xinia

A captain of the White Spell's 8th Wisteria Squad and is the holder of the fake Rain Mare Ring. He encounters the younger Chrome Dokuro. He fights with a box of the rain element, an owl covered in the Dying Will Flame, later revealed to be playing host to Mukuro. After his battle with Chrome he was hospitalized with severe injuries and a broken jaw, but it is later discovered that he planted a tracking device on Chrome.

Voiced by: Yoshihisa Kawahara

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Rasiel

Belphegor's older twin brother and possesses the fake Storm Mare Ring. He and Bel fought constantly as children, but he always won, so to beat him, Bel put laxatives in Siel's food to incapacitate him. Originally thought to have been killed by Bel, Siel reveals himself as the one responsible for the Millefiore defense in Italy, and can unleash bats from his special box that can emit invisible storm flames to harm his enemies. His personality is no different from Bel's, except that opposed to a prince, he states that he's a king.

Voiced by: Ryuuji Kamiyama

Olgert

Olgert is Rasiel's butler and Belphegor's previous butler. However, he states that he chooses to stay by the side of the true king, who he believes is Rasiel. He wears a black butler's outfit and is bald. He appears to have four symmetrical scars on his face.

Voiced by: Binbin Takaoka

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Baishana

Baishana is a member of White Spell who rides on a Storm Carpet, which functions like Storm Boots, except he sits on it. He wears a white turban and a long White Spell uniform. He does not believe that Black Spell members are his comrades and says that they are part of the "old" that needs to be wiped out, just like the Vongola.

Voiced by: Baron Yamazaki

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Iris Hepburn

Iris Hepburn is a member of the Millefiore's White Spell along with Ginger Bread. She has light brown hair that she wears in an afro. She also wears large hoop earrings on both ears with two smaller heart shaped earrings hanging off each of her larger ones. She has purple eyes.

Voiced by: Chieko Honda

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Ginger Bread

A young boy who wears a wizard's hat and cape, with stars in his eyes. Lal Mirch asks if he is Ginger Bread; he calmly states that he doesn't go by that name anymore. He first claims that his attacks are derived from sorcery, but later reveals them to be based on spiders with sun flames. He sends out dolls to attack as the real Ginger Bread has yet to reveal himself. Created by the weakest Vindice, Ginger Bread exists as his child that exterminates families wherever they appear.

Voiced by: Yumiko Kobayashi

The Six Funeral Wreaths


Tropes compassing the six Real Funeral Wreaths:
  • Easily Forgiven: Downplayed, but while Yuni was able to forgive them, the other characters are still wary of them. Hell, the only reason why Gamma teamed up with them is because they are fighting for Yuni this time.
  • Heel–Face Turn: After being the antagonists of the Future Arc, All of tham along with Byakuran returned to fight for Yuni this time.
  • Theme Naming: All of them are named after flowers.
  • Undying Loyalty: All of them are loyal to Byakuran after he saved them from their unlucky fates in the present timeline.
  • The Worf Effect: After the Future Arc, they came back as their younger selves with their box weapons. But in the battles, Torikabuto, Bluebell and Daisy were eliminated off-screen, Zakuro, Byakuran and Kikyo were eliminated by a grown-up Colonnello (Although Byakuran returned with a spare watch).

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Kikyou

One of the Six Funeral Wreaths, Kikyou is the holder of the Cloud Mare Ring. He seems to be the unofficial leader of the group and is quite calm most of the time.

Voiced by: Kazuki Kato

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Zakuro

One of the Six Funeral Wreaths, Zakuro is the holder of the Storm Mare Ring. He is very loyal to Byakuran, having burned down his own hometown on Byakuran's orders. He is also highly arrogant, calling often others 'idiot' and 'imbecile'.

Voiced by: Naoya Goumoto

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Daisy

One of the Six Funeral Wreaths, Daisy is the holder of the Sun Mare Ring. He has a rather uncanny apperance with scars on his face, dirty-looking hair, sunken eyes, and a creepy plushie in his hands.

Voiced by: Mondo Yamagishi

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Bluebell

One of the Six Funeral Wreaths, Bluebell is the holder of the Rain Mare Ring. Possibly the only female in the group (depending on the gender of Ghost), she is also the Token Mini-Moe. She may be older than she looks as well.

Voiced by: Mika Kikuchi

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Torikabuto

One of the Six Funeral Wreaths, Torikabuto is the holder of the Mist Mare Ring. Torikabuto rarely speaks other than to prophecies or when in battle. His true identity and power has been shown to lie in a demonic mask, which controls a sacrificed monk.

Voiced by: Shinobu Matsumoto

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Ghost

One of the Six Funeral Wreaths, Ghost is the holder of the Lightning Mare Ring. Ghost is, in fact, a Byakuran from another parallel world who was brought over, destroying that world in the process. Ghost himself is present only as a shape made up of Dying Will Flames, remaining a mutant who can only drain Flames of others. He has been imprisoned by the Vindice, although Byakuran made a deal with the Vindice to have Ghost released. He is the least human of the Funeral Wreaths, seemingly lacking emotions and not hesitating to kill Bluebell and Zakuro, two of his comrades, to amplify his own power.

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    The Simon Family 

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Enma Kozato
The Simon counterpart to Tsuna. Like Tsuna, he considers himself a reluctant, "no-good" boss who does not want to be involved in the Mafia. However, they both are inevitably involved because they want to protect their Family. He has very poor social skills, is weak minded, and even reminds Tsuna of who he used to be (and in many aspects, still is). It is shown later that that he holds a grudge against Tsuna for the apparent betrayal of Simon Cozarto by Vongola Primo and the death of his sister and parents by Sawada Iemitsu. It was really Daemon Spade who caused this though.

Voiced by: Kouki Uchiyama (VOMIC)

  • Bishōnen
  • Body Horror: Enma's One-Winged Angel form, courtesy of the Awakened Simon Ring. Good Lord is it creepy...
  • Birds of a Feather: After their conflict is resolved, Tsuna and Enma are on very good terms and becomes friends with each other. Likewise, he found a fellow kinship with Skull while teaming up on the representative battle.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: The battle that occurred at the Vongola Inheritance Ceremony between him and the Vongola Guardians.
  • Extreme Doormat: Even more so than Tsuna. Tsuna is even reminded of his old self when he first saw Enma.
  • Gravity Master: Part of his Earth Flames.
  • Kindhearted Cat Lover: Shown when he goes to feed a couple stray cats.
  • The Klutz: May even top Tsuna in this aspect.
  • Marshmallow Hell: On the receiving end of this when Adelheid hugged him after the first day of the representative war. Skull is certainly jealous of him.
  • Mr. Fanservice: In his hyper dying will mode.
  • One-Winged Angel: And it sure as hell ain't pretty. Think of two massive exoskeletal lungs extending like grotesque wings out from the back of a severely stressed body with its extremities—the most notable of which are gnarly clawed hands—covered in reptile-like armor. Oh, and Enma's Simon Ring now has a mass of tendrils/wires protruding from it and sticking into parts of his body, pumping god-knows-what into his system. And you thought Byakuran's "Blood-Winged Angel" form was squicky.
  • Power Dyes Your Hair: Full activation of the Earth Simon Ring resulted in Enma's hair going white. This coupled with his already red eyes, he now looks sort of like a zombie version of an Evil Albino.
  • Power Fist: The same as Tsuna, but in earth flames.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Against Tsuna when he was brainwashed to think the Vongola were the reason his family was massacred.
    • Sins of Our Fathers: Tsuna's father (supposedly) ordered the deaths of Enma's parents and sister.
    • Revenge by Proxy: Enma only wants to kill Tsuna because he is the descendant of Vongola Primo (who supposedly betrayed Simon) and Sawada Iemetsu (who supposedly ordered the death of Enma's parents and sister.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Red eyes are a Simon Family trait.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: Enma's One-Winged Angel form has given him white hair.
  • Wingding Eyes: His eyes looks like a black four pointed star with a hole serving as his iris.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: The Ring made his frustration a bit more pronounced. He gets better though.
  • The Worf Effect: He gets beaten by the Varia when he alone practically solo'd the Vongola before they got their power-up.

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Adelheid Suzuki

The Simon counterpart to Hibari Kyoya. Like Hibari, Adelheid is the most powerful guardian. She is also similar in that they are both serious, strict with committee rules, always willing to use force in order to get what they want, very intimidating, and extremely proud of their abilities. However, that's as far as the similarities go. Unlike Hibari, Adelheid is very loyal, compassionate, and supportive of those in the Simon Family and even serves as more of a leader than Enma.

Voiced by: Yuuki Aira (VOMIC)

  • An Ice Person: She has the "Flame of Glacier"
  • Absolute Cleavage: As of Chapter 297. (Beware, the image is spoilery)
  • Action Girl: The best one in the series, as she was able to go toe-to-toe with Hibari
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: When using her ring her iron fans become this.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: With Julie.
  • Conservation of Ninjutsu: See, if she read TV Tropes she would know it's not a good idea to throw hundreds of ice clones at a main character.
  • Gag Boobs: Most comments about her introduction will include discussion about how her boobs are huge/impossible/fanservicy etc...
  • Ice Queen: It's even her nickname among the Simon.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Though in this series, metal fans are actually pretty normal.
  • Number Two: Second in command after Enma, and it shows as everyone else will listen to her orders, even Enma himself.
  • Marshmallow Hell: Certainly gives a lot of this to her comrades, which she doesn't always notice. Enma is always getting this from her.
  • Me's a Crowd: Her ice powers include making copies of herself to fight for her.
  • Minion Shipping: In the latest chapter, it's revealed she and Julie had a thing for each other as hinted several chapters ago.
  • Ms. Fanservice: The best example in the series! while Chrome is the cute female action girl, Adelheid is tall, dark, and sexy with lots of panty shots, which never happens in the story, whenever she appears.
  • Panty Shot: Her introductory fight with Hibari shows her panties, and she's unfazed by it.
    Aoba: He didn't even waver under Adelheid's wonderful panty attack!
  • Slap-Slap-Kiss: She and Julie; See Minion Shipping above.
  • Smug Super: Before dueling Hibari, she insists that she doesn't even need to "cross weapons" with him in order to beat him and then flat out declares herself already victorious.
    • Then, after revealing her "Ice Castle" defense ability and ice clones, she asserts that Hibari never had a chance to begin with.
    • Hell, of all the members of Simon, she seems to run her mouth the most about how the Simon is allegedly far superior to the Vongola in terms of power (and morals). It's like she's begging to be on the receiving end of a Shut Up, Hannibal! moment.
  • Team Mom: Shown in a flashback in Chapter 321 to hang out with Shitt P., practice baseball with Kaoru, spar with Koyo, buy food for Rauji, help Enma with his clothes/injuries, and punish Julie when he acts up.
  • Tsundere: For Julie.
  • Unknown Rival: Adelheid acknowledges Hibari's strength but on the other hand, he had never actually acknowledged hers. He said that he "had seen the size of the fang of her beast and she could never bite him to death."

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Shitt P.

The Simon counterpart to Hayato Gokudera. She's considered one of the weirdest characters in a story where it's normal for someone to run around his boxers. Gokudera certainly thinks that she's an alien and make numerous attempts to "communicate" with her. Like Gokudera, she's a believer of UMAs and both have a lot in common. Unlike Gokudera, she admits that she loves herself the most and only fights for her reason, whereas Gokudera will do anything for Tsuna, even putting his life above his.

Voiced by: Lyrian (VOMIC)

  • Affectionate Nickname: The other Shimon members call her "Shittopi-chan" and she will ignore anyone unless they call her this, even ignoring Reborn's attempts to make her move.
  • All of the Other Reindeer: In her fight against Gokudera, she mentions that she was picked on by others for eccentricities, which made her cold towards insults and very proud of herself, claiming that she loved herself first. This entire conversation can be seen as Motive Rant.
  • Bad Powers, Good People: Her swamp powers can ferment anything inorganic, thankfully. But after their Heel–Face Turn, she can be considered as this.
  • Birds of a Feather: With Gokudera, as they think of each other as an alien creature, with Gokudera stalking her to see if he can communicate with her. Turned on its head after their fight, as he is the one running away from her while she chases him down.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: The weirdest character encountered so far. Gokudera even thinks she's an alien underground creature.
  • Expy: One look at her and you will think that she's the younger sibling of Lady Gaga.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: She considers Gokudera a friend a Warm UMA after he defeats her, and she certainly took a lot of interest in him after that. certainly doesn't appreciate it
  • Freaky Is Cool: Like Gokudera, she's a big fan of UMAs and her choice of clothing is certainly something...
  • Irony: She begins to think of Gokudera as a "Warm U.M.A".
  • Insistent Terminology: She insists on being called "Shitopi-chan" and will flat out ignore you unless you call her that.
  • It's All About Me: Sort of. While she says she has a lot of people that she loves, she says she loves herself the most and only fights for herself.
  • Spider Limbs: Her Ring Weapon, which shoots her Swamp Flame, which can "ferment" things.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Tries to give one about Tsuna and how much he sucks as a person to Gokudera as a way to shatter his hero worship for him. It doesn't really work on him as Gokudera reveals that he knows about Tsuna's low points himself, much to Tsuna's shock.
  • Unfortunate Names: Need we say more?

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Kaoru Mizuno

The Simon counterpart to Takeshi Yamamoto. Morose and an Extreme Doormat, you wouldn't think that he's a middle schooler until you see him hanging out with kids. He certainly has a good rapport with Takeshi, the latter even helping him overcome his fear of crowds. But underneath it all, he's actually quite a good fighter as he was able to take down Takeshi in an instant.

Voiced by: Kouhei Kurihara (VOMIC)

  • Big Damn Heroes: Pulls one in Chapter 325 by showing up and stabbing Daemon Spade in the back.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: His Ring Weapon, which is more like a lance below the shoulder.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Looks like your average thug, he's actually quite a friendly person. And underneath that softness is someone that can instantly incapacitate you in flash.
  • Easily Forgiven: Kaoru openly points out how he nearly killed Yamamoto after the latter saves him from Daemon Spade's attack. Yamamoto being Yamamoto, he just laughs it off saying they're friends, so of course he'd come help him.
  • Face of a Thug: Looks like an adult so much that Yamamoto's teammates are surprised that he is still in middle school.
  • False Friend: Kaoru's the main reason Yamamoto is still in the operation room at the hospital. Though it's made clear that he feels pretty bad about it, to the point where he forfeits when his fight comes up.
  • In the Back: How he was able to take out Yamamoto. He gave him a Gut Punch while the latter was examining a piece of paper that fell from his pocket.
  • Manly Tears: When Yamamoto saves his life.
  • Senseless Sacrifice: Lampshaded by himself when he takes a stab for Yamamoto from Daemon, knowing full well that Yamamoto could have dodged it. He just wanted to repay him.
  • Younger Than He Looks: Lampshaded constantly with people mistaking him for a parent, even though he is still in middle school.

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Koyo Aoba

The Simon counterpart to Ryohei Sasagawa. Looks like your average nerd, but don't judge the book by it's cover. He's very similar to Ryohei in terms of intelligence and personality, which is a shock to everyone who expects him to be the calm and collect nerd archetype.

Voiced by: Ryohei Kimura (VOMIC)

Rauji Ooyama

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The Simon counterpart to Lambo. Unlike Lambo, he's quite friendly and shy, to the point that you want to give the poor guy a hug. And he's quite a softie too, and a Friend to All Children as we is able to get along with Lambo really well.


  • Beware the Nice Ones: Tries to beat up 5 year old Lambo without hesitation during their fight.
  • The Big Guy: The largest one in the Shimon Family
  • Friend to All Children: Gets along amazingly with Lambo outside their designated battle, and is one of only four characters who Lambo doesn't annoy in the slightest (apart from Kyoko, Haru, and Nana).
  • Intergenerational Friendship: With Lambo. It's even implied Rauji wanted to fight Lambo for this very reason.
  • Magma Man: His Mountain Flames allows him to control magma and sand/soil in the earth.
  • Meaningful Name: His surname means "big mountain". He is by far the "largest" of the new transfer students.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Again, sends Lambo flying in battle he initiated. Though, he doesn't really seem to like having to do it.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: Well, sumo wrestling.

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Julie Katou

The Simon counterpart to Mukuro Rokudo/Chrome Dokuro. A complete pervert up to Shamal's level, he's quite a sleazy guy, and he thinks of himself as a charming person that tries to court Chrome many times. Too bad the Julie that we know is actually Daemon Spade and has been possessing Julie for an unknown time.

Voiced by: Makoto Oozaki (VOMIC)

  • Chivalrous Pervert: He's a complete flirt around cute girls, but rarely means any harm. The one time he did, it was actually Daemon Spade parading around as him.
  • Expy: For someone in Middle School, he certainly looks a lot like Johnny Depp.
  • Grand Theft Me / People Puppet: Julie has, for almost the entire time the readers have known him, actually spent it playing vessel for Daemon Spade. Sucks to be him.
  • Master of Illusion: The Desert Flame seems to hold similar qualities to a Mist Flame. Also one by proxy of being one of Daemon Spade's vessels.
  • Megane
  • Minion Shipping: It's revealed through flashback that Julie and Adelheid had a thing for each other.
  • Nice Hat: His fedora.
  • The Slacker: He even lampshades it in one of Adelheid's flashbacks when he admits that while he acts foolish most of the time, although he immediately subverts it when he says he would gladly give his life away to protect the Shimon family.
  • Split-Personality Takeover: What Daemon's response to Adelheid's questioning about what happened to Julie essentially amounted to.
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