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Protagonist

     Ryusei Homura —> Milla Walpurgis, The Demon King of Insanity 
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When first reincarnated.
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When literally reborn as the daughter of the last known dragon.
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From 1000 years in the future.
Formerly Ryuise Homura, who was bullied to the brink of suicide by his entire high-school class, save his Childhood Friend Shiori Watanabe and the class president Momoyo Nakano who had no part in it, but was helpless to stop it. When he makes it to class just before the bell rings, expecting more of the same, suddenly the entire classroom of students was whisked away to another world. As Archbishop Frederic II goes into the stereotypical Summon Everyman Hero cliche, he wants very much to plead to be sent back home, but the bully ringleader Ren Takeda, who is also the son of the principal, jumps up, hand waving, "make me a hero!" causing the rest of the class to go along, costing him his chance to even ask about going home. It's not long before Ren and the Archbishop conspire to kill him and then make it look like some random goblins were to blame. His soul encounters the Demon God who fills him in on the actual situation before reincarnating him into Milla, The Demon King of Insanity. Within less than a day after the reincarnation, Milla is already contacted by another demon king who has less than wholesome intentions for her and lays out an obvious trap. Despite knowing it's a trap, Milla plays along, as she has no other prospects, but has a plan to soundly turn the tables and utterly humiliate The Demon Lord of Savagery.
  • 100% Adoration Rating: Her people and subordinates absolutely adore her, without exception. Life is good in her territory and the populace wants to keep it that way.
  • Anti-Villain: Her motives are actually good and wholesome: peace, prosperity, the safety of her people and loved ones, but she has absolutely no qualms about engaging in brutal atrocity to see that her needs and her people's needs are met.
  • Benevolent Boss: Her people have absolutely nothing to fear from her as long as they work honestly and serve her faithfully. In fact, she watches over them like A Mother to Her Men and does everything in her power to see them happy and prosperous.
  • Berserk Button: Threaten her love interests, and she won't hesitate to whip out lethal force, even if you're a freaking god!
  • Brought Down to Badass: There have been three separate occasions where her magical powers were greatly reduced, or taken away, and she still kicked major ass. She gets her magical circuits completely scrambled fighting the vampire Demon Lord of Kindess, and her territory is attacked while she's recovering. She uses [Delete All] to eliminate The Corruption that was unsealed by the pope of The Church of Human Supremacy, which eliminates her magic abilities entirely, forcing her to seek out Katalina Leviathan to cure her, and she had to fight a bunch of powerful monsters on the way. Lastly, her connection to "The Origin" which allows her to cast magic was severed by a "paladin" worshipping The Destroyer, an eldritch entity that wants to wipe out the entire multiverse and is stronger than Almighty God.
  • Cast from Lifespan: Her [Berserker Mode] burns up her life in exchange for power. Fortunately, she only uses it once because a few minutes of fighting cost her 300 years.
  • Casual Kink: Her sexual tastes are broad and deep, even including some serious S&M play, like Kinky Spanking and fisting.
  • Crazy Enough to Work: Her modus operandi. Every plan and action she takes seems like sheer madness, but they're her only viable options, and it's often lampshaded that nobody sane would even consider them.
  • Creating Life Is Awesome: Her first act upon awakening and learning magic, she creates several servants, Cleo the lamia, Irina the arachne, Sue the slime, and Tengu, some kind of skeletal undead.
  • Cruel Mercy:
    • When she catches up to Ren, she prolongs his suffering by healing him back up again until she runs out of time and then cooks him alive in his armor with temperatures so hot, his flesh melts like wax from a candle.
    • When she catches up to Lorina's evil brother who kidnapped Lorina, overdosed her on aphrodisiacs for 10 solid days, intending to rape her after a sham wedding, she doesn't kill him as that would be too good for him, she has him locked up in the dungeon under the elven castle and left to rot, for the rest of his life, however short that might be.
  • Democracy Is Flawed: She rules as a benevolent tyrant. She believes that she can't trust a government that can't make quick decisions because it has a bunch of arguing politicians and bureaucrats by design. She doesn't care about what comes after her reign because she'll be alive for thousands of years and after she's dead, she's dead and then everything is Somebody Else's Problem.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: She may be a brutal villain protagonist, but so much as suggest harm to any of her love interests and she will happily and immediately go to total war.
  • Evil Virtues: Her most sympathetic traits are precisely what makes her brutal.
    • Charity: She helps the helpless so she can benefit from their gratitude.
    • Patience: Given a choice, she takes her time deciding the best way to strike back at those who wronged her or hers.
    • Honesty: She utterly destroys her foes by telling them just how badly they screwed the pooch in antagonizing her, and how up the creek without a paddle they are.
    • Dilligence: Yes, she works hard so her people can lead happy lives, but she works even harder to deliver brutal justice against those who would dare to bring harm to her people.
    • Love: She treasures her people and her love interests. This motivates her to be as brutal as possible to anyone who would threaten them so people get the message to never, ever try to harm her people.
  • Expy: She is a far more perverted Lina Inverse, especially her 1000 year old future self. She even ends the series casting the Giga-slave spell, word for word.
  • Good Thing You Can Heal: As a half-phoenix, Milla can survive just about any wound provided she has mana left to fuel the regeneration.
  • Harem Seeker: When she's not fighting to keep her people safe, she usually spends her time on the prowl for more ladies to add to her collection of love interests.
  • Has Two Mommies: Three mommies to be precise. There's Ryusei's human parents on Earth. There's Milla's parents in this new world. Then there's the female dragon that swallows her whole then poops her out again in an egg, fully grown.
  • Horny Devils: She's the demon lord of insanity and is almost constantly aroused, sexually.
  • How Do I Shot Web?: The original Milla instinctively knew how to use her powers. When Ryusei's soul gets shoved into Milla, flying, magic, etc. all has to be learned from scratch, even how to walk.
  • Hypocrite: She decries prince Melron for wanting to have sexual relations with his blood sister Lorina, but has no problems having sexual relations with her birth mother Katalina, and lusts after her adopted daughter Himeko.
  • Hypocrite Has a Point: She qualifies her disgust for Prince Melron lusting after Lorina by pointing out that her rage is because he just sees Lorina as a Baby Factory, not a person. After all, Milla always sees her sex partners as people, before, during, and after the fact.
  • I Choose to Stay: Or rather, I choose to go back. When Ryusei finds himself back in Japan, the rest of his class having been Ret-Gone, he wanders about a bit until Demon God Tenebria makes contact with him, at which point he decides to once again become Milla Walpurgis, kicking the evil goddess of The Church of Human Supremacy out of the stolen body and ending The Corruption's threat for good.
  • Incest Is Relative: By blood or adoption, it doesn't matter, she has no qualms showing affection to the sexy women in her life by hard-core lesbian sex.
  • Idiot Ball: She once absent-mindedly drank a beverage served by the vampire Demon King of Kindness, even though she knew the latter has a history of using poison. She immediately realizes how stupid that was when the poison kicks in.
  • Informed Attribute: She's supposedly insane, but her thoughts and actions are all perfectly rational.
  • Kung-Fu Wizard: Thinking she's only a magical powerhouse is a fatal error. After training under Persia for a while, she can also dish out powerful hand to hand martial arts.
  • Laughably Evil: She's got a real fondness for Black Comedy, especially in the "Detective Milla" side chapters.
    • Her first "case" involves a guilty as sin noble's son who tries to cheat the court by faking a Convenient Coma, his father testifying he's ill. Milla claims to be a doctor, "examines" him, states he's in a coma and then "cures" him by dousing him with oil and setting him on fire. When he starts screaming and jumping up and down, she responds “What? I didn’t do anything wrong. Your son was in a coma so I helped him snap out of it. My medicine worked. My fee is 1 million gold coins now!”
    • The second case involves a killer "game-show" format where the loser winds up dying for the crowd's amusement, with the various "contestants" being people picked up off the street. The second set of "rounds" Milla and a knight are brought to a Locked-room mystery where the corpse is shoved into a chimney and when asked what the situation means, Milla points at the corpse and says "It's SANTA!" because the corpse is shoved into a fireplace.
    • When it's all over and they try to kill Milla because She Knows Too Much by sicing wolves on her, she reveals herself as The Demon Lord of Insanity and magically compels the wolves to kill the Ringmaster and all the nobles in the arena by yelling "Okay puppies! Dinner Time!"
  • Loveable Sex Maniac: She is obsessed with lesbian sex and will sex up the lovely ladies of her harem at any time, for any reason, or no reason at all.
  • Mismatched Eyes: After being reborn as the daughter of the dragon Katalina Leviathan, she has one red eye, one green.
  • The Needless: She normally does not need to eat or sleep, and if she could gather mana without breathing wouldn't need that either, since as a demon king, all her nutritional needs are sated by absorbing the local mana. She experiences hunger for the first time in the aftermath of using [Delete All] to eliminate "The Corruption" as that had destroyed her magic circuits and left her with only three months left to live, forcing her to seek out Katalina and be reborn.
  • Power Limiter: That eyepatch she wears in the second image? That's to keep her dragon-imbued powers stable. Without out it, she can't even open her mouth without her fiery Breath Weapon activating.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: She starts her career as a demon lord treating her subjects kindly because she needs the manpower, not because she actually cares about them. After they start praising the ground she walks on, she grows fond of them for real.
  • Refused by the Call: Twice! First, Ryusei is killed by Ren and had his death blamed on goblins because Ren and Archbishop Frederic II didn't think he'd be of any use to their grand plans. Then when the pope unseals "The Corruption," Ryusei finds himself back in Japan, in the very classroom he was summoned from.
  • Sex Goddess: Her sexual prowess can not be denied. Every one of her haremettes is left drowning in orgasmic afterglow after numerous mind-blanking climaxes.
  • Shoot the Shaggy Dog: She manages to rescue Lorina's sister from the deprivations of the Church of Human Supremacy, but with a bunch of monster cores replacing her internal organs, and a Slave Collar surgically fused to her throat, there is absolutely no remedy aside from going back in time 10 years, before the heinous experiments started taking place, which is impossible even for the Demon God Tenebria, so Milla has no other option than to kill the poor woman and then swear holy vengeance on the pope who did this and the elf king who turned a blind eye to it and let it happen.
  • Showy Invincible Hero: While she is a villain protagonist, it is somehow immensely gratifying to watch her blow through most enemies like they're nothing.
  • Sink-or-Swim Mentor: She "teaches" her disciples how to defend themselves by coming at them with extreme force and letting them figure it out for themselves. She was taught this method by her dragon mother.
  • Technical Virgin: While she really gets around with her harem of ladies, she has never experienced sex with the opposite gender, both when she was a boy and as a girl.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: Though she does eventually become Strong and Skilled by practice and experience, she comes with a great deal of magic power but no guide-book on how to use it.
  • We Do the Impossible: Which she lampshades at every opportunity.
    "I am the Demon Lord of Insanity! I make the impossible possible!"
  • You're Insane!: She gets this a lot. At the very first, she goes into a rant that she is, in fact, the Demon King of Insanity, but she does eventually get sick of it and just responds with violence.

Harem

     Grace 
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By your will, Mistress.
Milla's maid. She's watched over the poor girl since she herself was 5. By the time Ryusei reincarnates into the girl's body, she's watched over the unconscious girl for 200 years in hiding inside an abandoned mansion. She is overjoyed when Ryusei winds up in Milla's body.
  • Bathtub Bonding: The moment Milla wakes up and manages to get accustomed to her body, Grace takes her into the bath. Not satisfied with keeping things innocent, Milla quickly turns the event into a Shower of Love situation, to Grace's delight.
  • Horned Humanoid: As a greater mazokou, she has horns on her head.
  • Hyper-Competent Sidekick: She not only runs the household and the territory, but flawlessly maintains the entire staff of over 50 people all by herself.
  • Lady of War: She slashes and dices with her scythe with an air of, well, grace.
  • Love at First Sight: She loved the original Milla since Milla was a baby and she was five, falling in love with the little girl.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: Milla's word is law, end of story.
  • Ninja Maid: Her class [Battle Maid] is an expert in both household chores and combat.
  • Sinister Scythe: Her weapon of choice is the Scythe of Astaroth, which can randomly seal one of the five senses of its opponent.
  • The Sleepless: She does not need to sleep, which helps in the fact that she prepares the meals of over 50 people all by herself, in addition to all her other duties.
  • Undying Loyalty: She will happily give up her life for Milla's sake, except that Milla herself has ordered her to live, even if Milla orders her otherwise.
  • Vague Age: When Milla looks at her stats, her age is listed as unknown.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Her hair is green.

     Cleo 
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I live to serve, Lady Milla.
A lamia created by Milla at the start of the story.
  • Cute Monster Girl: She's half-snake and gorgeous.
  • Did Not Think This Through: While ordering troops to respond to a human invasion in Milla's territory is the right thing to do, neglecting to inform Milla herself immediately, thinking it's nothing to bother her master about, nearly cost them all dearly.
  • Hyper-Competent Sidekick: Milla assigns her to manage the territory's finances and does a bang-up job, not to mention she's also in charge of HR and keeps things stable.
  • The Not-Love Interest: While she's close to Milla and the others, Milla doesn't even consider her as a sexual partner until the very end of the series where Milla decides to hold a celebration with a massive orgy including all her lady friends.
  • Snake People: She's a lamia, so the lower half of her body is a snake.

     Irina 
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Hehe. I do so love tying people up.
An arachne created by Milla at the start of the story. She is in charge of the territory's security and intelligence gathering. Her favorite hobby involves bondage.
  • Casual Kink: She's into bondage. She prefers cute girls over men, but she will bind up a man if she's ordered to do so.
  • Commissar Cap: She wears one as part of her uniform.
  • Cute Monster Girl: Half-spider and physically attractive.
  • Expy: She has a lot of parallels to Esdeath.
  • The Not-Love Interest: Just like Cleo above, Milla doesn't see her as a sex-partner until the very end where everybody is in a giant celebratory orgy.
  • The Sneaky Guy: She sets up webs to monitor all movement in and out of Milla's territory, is known to snatch unsuspecting girls and wrap them into bondage and is quite fond of responding to Milla's call with a hearty Stealth Hi/Bye.
  • Spider People: She is an arachne after all.
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     Sue 
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I must protect my master!
A slime girl created by Milla at the start of the story. Her appearances are few and far between.
  • Cute Monster Girl: She's a slime and is adorable.
  • This Looks Like a Job for Aquaman: Her on-screen roles are rare, but when she does take to the stage, she shines.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: As a slime, she can take whatever form she wishes. She once took the form of a cushion to help a badly wounded Grace and Mila escape the clutches of the self-proclaimed Demon Lord of Kindness.

     Teri 
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Teri will help Master any way Teri can!
A dryad created by Milla at the start of the story. She's in charge of maintaining the agriculture in Milla's territory.
  • Cute Monster Girl: As a dryad, she is very attractive.
  • Mundane Utility: Her role as a dryad is maintaining the fields and crops essential for the people of Milla's territory.
  • The Not-Love Interest: Like all the rest of Milla's created women, she doesn't see any sexy-fun times from her master until the end, where it's just one giant orgy.
  • Not the Intended Use: When Momoyo needs artificial limbs and the resident blacksmiths and mages can't make it work, due to the sheer complexity of the human body, Milla gets the bright idea to use Teri's ability to manipulate roots and trees to mimic the nervous system, allowing Momoyo to use her new limbs without issue.
  • Third-Person Person: For reasons Milla can't understand, Teri refers to herself as "Teri" not as "I".

     Odin Asgardia 
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Hehehe! Yes, enslave me, Milla! This is precisely what I wanted!
The Demon Lord of Wisdom. She is introduced during the Blood Ball, a monthly ceremony the demon continent holds to honor the Demon God, as thanks for creating and watching over their race. She took an immediate liking to Milla when the latter absolutely destroyed Vacheron's social standing.
  • Best Served Cold: She grows up, grows strong, and then returns to the city of the Demon King of Wisdom, challenges him to a duel, kills him and takes his place.
  • Happiness in Slavery: She's ecstatic when Milla turned her magical ability back on her and enslaved her.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: She lures Milla into a duel in her territory, knowing that should she win the duel, Milla would fall under her Demon King authority. Milla does indeed forfeit the duel, but then turns Odin's authority back on her, and makes it permanent.
  • An Ice Person: She specializes in ice magic.
  • Kill It with Ice: She attacks and kills with spears of ice.
  • Klingon Promotion: She becomes the Demon Lord of Wisdom by killing the previous holder of the title.
  • Marshmallow Hell: Submits Milla to one of this when she becomes her slave, almost suffocating her.
  • Power Is Sexy: She drools over Milla when she sees that power isn't all about physical force. Cunning, strategy, and politics can be powerful too, so she invites Milla to her territory to try and force a connection, she gets her wish.
  • Proud Warrior Race Guy: She believes that the best way to learn someone's character is to see how they handle themselves on the battle-field.
  • Mystical White Hair: Her silver hair highlights her high amount of magical power.
  • Really 700 Years Old: She's over a thousand years old, which is rather young for a High Mazoku like her.
  • Required Secondary Powers: The cold doesn't affect her at all, so she has no issues spamming ice-based magic.
  • Strong and Skilled: She's a power-house second only to Milla and very experienced on the battle-field. Milla lost their duel fairly due to the former's superior skill and experience.
  • The Unfavorite: She began life as an unwanted child, and when she went to the previous Demon King of Wisdom, he denied her entry to his city and had her beaten.

     Momoyo Nakano 
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Shori! I am so, so sorry that I couldn't protect you!
One of the only two classmates to Ryusei that didn't see beating him up as the highlight of their day. She is sent to scout out the demon continent in advance of the main force, but this was just a ruse to eliminate her, as all her fellow scouts were total rookies that couldn't even put together a proper formation to deal with a force even a tenth of their size. She loses all her limbs before Milla is able to show up and capture her. She is transformed into a lesser Mazoku and given artificial limbs in return for agreeing to serve under Milla.
  • Ambiguously Brown: For reasons nobody understands, her transformation into a Lesser Mazoku turned her skin darker.
  • Archer Archetype: She starts her new-world adventures as an archer.
  • An Arm and a Leg: All her limbs are sliced off when she tries to retreat from Milla's army.
  • Artificial Limbs: Milla has Lorina fashion limbs of magically shaped and tempered obsidian to replace the limbs that she lost in battle.
  • Bystander Syndrome: Though she didn't participate in Ryusei's bullying, she did nothing to stop it either. Milla doesn't hold a grudge for it since she knows Momoyo was helpless to stop it, if even the teachers didn't care, due to the influence of Ren's father, the principal.
  • Childhood Friends: With Shiori.
  • Emergency Transformation: The process to give her artificial limbs required turning her into a Lesser Mazoku, otherwise she never would have survived the process.
  • Friendly Sniper: After her class changed to [Assassin], she takes to using her bow for sniping from a distance, each shot fatal.
  • It's Probably Nothing: She notices the cover story that Ren and the archbishop cooked up regarding Ryusei's death didn't make any sense but ignored her misgivings. She also notices Shiori's strange behavior once Ren, Shiori and herself are forced into a party together, but doesn't connect the dots either, until it's too late.
  • Token Good Teammate: Out of Ryusei's entire class, there were only two students who didn't bully him. She's one of them.
  • Uriah Gambit: On the receiving end. She was sent to scout out Milla's territory as a Pretext for War. She wasn't expected to survive it, especially since all her subordinates were complete and total rookies.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Once she's turned into a Lesser Mazoku, her hair turns pink!

     Persia Castella 
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Prr! Milla understands! Why work when you don't have to?
Introduced during the Demon King war-summit as the pope of The Church of Human Supremacy, the rest of Ryusei's class, and the holy knight army is marching in force on the demon continent. She's the only one who agrees to Milla's proposal to have all the demon kings take to the field, personally, to end the war as quickly as possible. The rest pooh-pooh, at best, conndemning Milla as "a child who doesn't understand a demon's pride yet."
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: She specializes in unarmed hand-to-hand martial arts.
  • Berserk Button: She is quite sensitive about the fact that her ascension to Demon King changed her race from Beastman to High Beastman, not High Mazoku.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: She may be a total goofball who only wants to nap and play, but she is a powerful martial artist that trained Milla and earned her Demon King title by combat.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: She may not see a point to working above the bare minimum, but she became a demon king by killing the previous Demon King of Sloth in open combat, and trained Milla in very, very effective hand-to-hand martial arts, which allowed Ryusei to realize his experiences in this new world weren't a dream the moment he was attacked by thugs back on Earth and beat them down.
  • Cat Girl: She has cat ears and a cat tail.
  • Cat Stereotype: She's either a Persian or Maine Coon, and she's lazy as all get out.
  • The Hedonist: She only cares about two things, napping and having fun.
  • It Amused Me: She follows Milla because she finds the latter amusing.
  • Klingon Promotion: She became the Demon King of Sloth by beating up the last holder of the title.
  • Laborious Laziness: After her parents got tired of her lazing about and beat her until she fled the house, she trained and practiced martial arts so she could take down the Demon King of Sloth, purely so she could laze around and not be bothered again.
  • Manchild: She never fully matured mentally. She simply can not understand that life is more than playing and napping. Sure, napping in the sun is nice, and food can be acquired from hunting, but this only applies to the summer-time. What happens when winter rolls around?
  • Rapunzel Hair: Holy moley is her hair long.
  • Self-Made Orphan: When she ascended to Demon King, her parents showed up and tried to butter her up, considering they had beaten her and tried to sell her, you don't feel too sorry that she killed them on the spot.
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     Lorina L. Gardenia 
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Yes, Milla, you are a much better lover than all my male partners! They all had tiny dicks and only cared about themselves!
An elf black-smith Milla finds in her territory. She is actually the first princess of the elf kingdom and fled a Bureaucratically Arranged Marriage to her own brother. She swears Undying Loyalty to Milla when the Demon King tells said Prince Charmless to take a hike after he comes to Milla's territory and tries to take her.
  • Badass Teacher: Milla assigned her to train Himeko in the ways of the sword, and her skills have far from dulled, despite her initial reluctance.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: Because Milla treats her with respect, treasures her, and refused to hand her over to the crown prince of the elven kingdom, she swears total loyalty to Milla and happily shares the latter's bed.
  • Cultural Rebel: She wants no part of the incestuous practice of marrying her close family member(s) for the bizarre purpose of "preserving purity of the royal bloodline."
  • Gag Boobs: Her breasts are ginormous.
  • Master Swordsman: Before becoming a blacksmith, she is an expert in sword play and teaches her swords-man style to Himeko, the girl Milla purchases from the slave market and adopts as a daughter.
  • My Species Doth Protest Too Much: The elf kingdom focuses on magic, the higher the mana the more right to rule. She is skilled with the sword and on the smithy.
  • Rape as Drama: She is kidnapped from Milla's territory, after Milla is presumed dead defeating "The Corruption", dragged back to the elf home country, and smothered with aphrodisiac slime for 10 solid days and nights before a sham wedding where her brother, the crown prince, was planning to rape her on the altar, "for the purity of the elven mana bloodline." The only people not pissed off at this series of events are the elf king, the crown prince, and their sycophantic top knights.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair rubs the ground when she walks.
  • Really Gets Around: By her own admission, she's had plenty of male sexual partners, but Milla's the first to actually satisfy her in the bedroom.
  • Really 700 Years Old: She's over 3000 years old, but since High Elves like her can live up to 5000, she's just as youthful looking as anyone.
  • Retired Badass: She used to be in the elf army, despite being a princess, but gave that up to work on being a blacksmith.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: She is highly intelligent and wears glasses.
  • Ultimate Blacksmith: She's far better on the smith than in the way of the sword, and she is still a One-Woman Army.
  • Witch Classic: Subverted. She may look like a witch, but she's actually a blacksmith.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Bright pink.

     Himeko 
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Okaasan. Warm. Nice.
A girl Milla finds on the slave block in the territory of The Demon Lord of Kindness. She is treated with disdain by all there, save the auctioneer, for being a "Mixed Blood." Milla wins the auction and buys her for one gold coin. After getting her home, Milla takes her to have the magical seal placed on her removed by Lorina and then have her trained in the way of the sword. The relic "Void Blade" takes a liking to her and refuses to let anyone else wield it.
  • Affectionate Gesture to the Head: She loves it when Milla rubs her head.
  • Happily Adopted: She sees Milla as her adoptive mother, not a slave-master.
  • Happiness in Slavery: Milla sees her as a daughter, not a slave, despite buying her on the slave block.
  • Heinz Hybrid: She is one and can sire them. Her biology and her mother's make it so that should she have sexual intercourse, bits and pieces of the DNA of each and every male partner she has during her menstrual cycle will be attached to her offspring, which is how she was sired.
  • Horned Humanoid: She has a horn coming out of her forehead.
  • Hulk Speak: Thanks to a lack of education. She only speaks in one-word sentences.
  • Little Bit Beastly: She has a lizard's tail.
  • Pointed Ears: Her ears are pointy.
  • The Quiet One: She rarely speaks.

     Felicia 
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Mistress Milla?! Are you planning to ride me?!
A centaur from Milla's cavalry. As Milla is performing a surprise inspection on the military barracks, they meet. Feeling a bit lazy and wanting the tour to end quickly, Milla flies onto Felicia's back. It's only after she's been on Felicia for a while that she realizes the Centaur custom of only letting their life partners do that. To save face, Milla claims Felicia into the harem, and being the local Demon Lord, nobody dares oppose this.
  • Jousting Lance: Being a centaur, she fights with a lance and is both the lancer and the mount.

     Shiori Watanabe 
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Ryusei! You pervert!
Ryusei's Childhood Friend Romance back on Earth, and the only one of his classmates to treat him kindly. This enraged the rest of the class, especially the ringleader Ren Takeda, who then made it his personal mission to utterly destroy Ryusei like a bug, as Ren was taught by his father, the principal, that it's righteousness incarnate to take what you want by force, destroying all rivals.
  • Beast Man: As part of Tenebria's cure, she is transformed into a fox-girl.
  • Blank Slate: Her fate after Ren gets through with drugging and mind raping her. Milla needs to call in a favor from the demon god Tenebria to cure her.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: She and Ryusei were friends since early childhood and love each other deeply.
  • Emergency Transformation: Tenebria transforms her from a human into a fox-girl, both because humans are unilaterally hated in the demon country of Xenovia, and because Shiori had to be rebuilt from the genetic level to unscramble her brain after what Ren did to her.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Blonde and a good, kind woman who loves Ryusei and then Milla unreservedly.
  • Healing Hands: Her transmigration granted class allows her to use healing magic.
  • Mind Rape: Ren spends the better part of a month slowly drugging her until she becomes nothing more than a doll, unable to do anything without hearing his voice.
  • School Idol: She was the number 1 beauty of the class back on Earth. The rest of the class, especially Ren, thought that Ryusei was "not worthy of her" as a result, and tried to utterly destroy him in their self-righteous delusions.
  • True Love: When she opened her eyes and looked upon Milla for the first time, she realized Milla is Ryusei reincarnated without having to be told.

     Empress Éclair "Claire" Olympia: Warning NSFW 
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Lady Milla! I know our pact states you can have my body from time to time, but I never agreed to have all these witnesses!
Empress of the Olympia Empire. She greets Ryusei's class when they arrive in the new world, at the summon of Archbishop Frederic II. She knows the Church of Human Supremacy is entirely run by a bunch of despicable sots, but she's powerless to do anything about it due to their sterling PR campaign. Until Milla comes to her office, killing the Archbishop on the way, she's a prisoner in her own castle.
  • Flat Character: Unfortunately. She never gets much in the way of characterization, and she spends most of the story Out of Focus.
  • Gilded Cage: While she was chained up, politically, she lived in the castle's splendor, surrounded by luxury, but she was powerless to do anything, even receive guests.
  • Good Is Not Soft: While she may be a benevolent ruler, Milla mentions that she rules the Olympia Empire with an iron fist when need be, so that the Church of Human Supremacy never rises again and she can keep her end of the pact to keep humans from invading Xenovia.
  • The Good King: She is benevolent, kind, and rules her people with a firm but gentle hand.
  • Minor Major Character: She's the empress of the Olympia empire, yet she hardly gets any screen-time, and what few scenes she has, she's either a captive by politics or Milla's gofer.
  • Puppet King: Until the Church of Human Supremacy completely self-destructs their public image by unleashing "The Corruption" during their genocidal attack on the demon continent of Xenovia, she was nothing more than a figure-head while the church were the ones running her empire.
  • Sex for Services: She's not above having a hot fling with Milla as payment for getting things done. In the "Great Detective Milla" side-stories, she asks Milla for aid in dealing with a particularly thorny kidnap ring, where the victims show up as corpses some time later. Milla agrees, but it won't be free. After the job's all said and done, she has some serious off-screen wall-banging sex to "blow off some stress."
  • Sexual Extortion: Self-inflicted. Milla promised to eliminate the Church of Human Supremacy for her entirely out of Enlightened Self-Interest, wanting nothing more than a promise that the human empire would stop armed invasions, but Claire's own paranoia insisted that was not enough and demanded to know what Milla really wanted. Out comes the lesbian version of Altar Diplomacy.
  • Stepford Smiler: Ryusei immediately noticed that despite her smile, her eyes were dull and lifeless, and the way she said her speech was almost robotic.

     Aria Rivercrest 
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That girl Milla being the ruler of the elves? That's not such a bad idea, Your Majesty, Mr. Elf King!
The elder of the dark elves. She and her people were chased out of the Elf capital into the forests of Gardenia. Milla encounters her and her people while she's racing to come to Lorina's rescue.
  • Disability Superpower: Because she's blind, all her other senses are greatly enhanced, allowing for super-hearing, aura vision, and she ends the climactic fight with the ultra-racist elf king by tunneling through the ground under his attack spell and then showing up right next to him, going "Pop!" Goes the Human at him with high-pressure water sorcery.
  • Eyes Always Shut: In the narrative, she keeps her eyes shut due to blindness. Her eyes are open only in the official art as shown in the page image.
  • Fallen Princess: Thanks to the racist policies of the elven king, she and her people were chased out of their homes in the elven kingdom and driven into a toxic forest at the border between the Olympia Empire and Gardenia.
  • Gag Boobs: Her tits are massive.
  • Hourglass Plot: With Milla's aid, she and her army march on the elven capital and oust the royal family, like she and her people were ousted by the elven king and his sycophantic knights.
  • Impossible Hourglass Figure: She has a tiny waist, huge tits and ripe buttocks, as Milla can attest.
  • Making a Splash: She specializes in water sorcery.
  • Premortem One Liner: Just before she activates the magic gem she shoved into the elf-king's mouth, she says two simple words. "I win." Ka Whoosh!
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair easily reaches her thighs.
  • Reality Ensues: She uses a gem-stone provided by Milla that opens a portal to a similar gem placed by Milla at the bottom of the ocean, right in the elf king's mouth. The immense pressure causes him to explode like a bloody water balloon.
  • Sexual Extortion: Self-inflicted. Exactly like what happened to Claire, she is deeply suspicious of Milla's motives and couldn't bring herself to believe that all Milla wanted was to rescue Lorina, so once more with the lesbian Altar Diplomacy.

     Katalina Leviathan 
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Say it again! Call me "Momma!"
The last of the known living dragons. Out of fear and paranoia, her race was hunted to extinction by all the others, with all the known others either being killed or permanently taking on the appearance of elves, siring only elf children.
  • All Women Are Lustful: Invoked. Once a month, a female dragon goes into heat and has an insanely strong libido that compels her to seek out a mate.
  • Cuteness Proximity: She goes absolutely gaga over Milla calling her "Momma" and when she meets Himeko goes completely nuts at how cute her (adoptive) granddaughter is.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Golden-haired blonde and a good woman who loves Milla unconditionally.
  • Horrifying the Horror: Milla was being chased through the desert by a giant worm reminiscent of the sand-worms of Dune until the worm turns and flees only for Milla to turn around and see Katalina behind her.
  • Incest Is Relative: Even after Milla's rebirth as her blood-offspring, Katalina sees nothing wrong with being sexually pleasured by Milla.
  • One Degree of Separation: She was once the mistress of Milla's father, prior to the man marrying Milla's mother and siring Milla herself.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair reaches her thighs.
  • Shapeshifter Baggage: She can flawlessly transform from a dragon big enough to swallow Milla whole and then comfortably poop out an egg big enough to hold a full-grown human, to a human sized elf.

     Tenebria 
Hahaha! As long as you continue to amuse me, I will watch over you, my little Milla!
Formerly the Demon God, she is demoted to a mortal and takes over the vacant seat of the Demon King of Kindness. She is responsible for putting Ryusei's soul in Milla's body.
  • Brought Down to Badass: From God to demon king.
  • Hidden Heart of Gold: She initially appears to be a Jerkass God, but she's actually good and kind. She's just had so many of her favorite mortals pass away, never to be seen again, that she tried to avoid making the connection.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: She was desperately lonely in the god realm, and wanted someone to talk to. Being entertained by Milla was the closest she could come to that for most of the story until Milla winds up in her space via prayer.
  • It Amused Me: She put Ryusei's soul in Milla's body primarily to amuse herself, the fate of the world being a bonus.
  • I Warned You: When she and Milla were facing the god of time, who wanted to punish Milla for daring to rewind Lorina's time ten days to save her life, despite the fact that a big reason Lorina's life was endangered is this same god gave Time Master powers to a mortal he wanted dealt with, Tenebria warned this god it wouldn't go well if Milla was pushed too far. The hypocritical Jerkass God decided to try taking Grace's life in exchange, in spite of Tenebria's warning. The god of time wound up getting smacked around like a rag-doll, and when he dug himself deeper by threatening everyone Milla cares for in retaliation, it took the Almighty God, creator of the universe to make Milla back off before she rendered him Deader Than Dead.
  • Who Wants to Live Forever?: She's ecstatic at being demoted to a demon king because now she won't be outliving her friends by orders of eons.

Fellow classmates

     Common To All 
  • The Bully: They loved to harass, ridicule, slander, and torment Ryusei every way imaginable, because they couldn't tolerate seeing him and Shiori being an item.
  • Clothes Make the Superman: Deconstructed. Their early victories in the armed invasion of Xenovia had little to nothing to do with their skills or training. Their powerful gear and information provided by a traitor led them to victory one after another. When they found themselves facing a real challenge from Milla and her hand-picked subordinates, they quickly found themselves on the wrong end of a Curbstomp Battle.
  • Curbstomp Battle: On the wrong end when Milla's subordinates and then Milla herself take the stage against them. They bring an army of thousands with them. Milla's group is less than 10. Milla's group walks away with some injuries, Grace being momentarily poisoned by Ren but cured by an antidote. None of the classmates nor the holy knights survive the encounter.
  • Deconstructed Character Archetype: They completely deconstruct the concept of Summon Everyman Hero. Blinded by greed and the prospect of fame, none of them ever actually looks at their situation, thinks through the fact that the pope had his army destroy all the ships to return back to the Olympia Empire, stranding them in demon territory, and paid no heed to how genocidal the church's teachings were. What's more, once they were provided with powerful magical equipment, they let their early victories go to their heads and believed it was all a matter of their own efforts.
  • Designated Hero: In universe. Archbishop Frederic II dubbed them "heroes" regardless of their character, but most of them have nothing heroic to them, at all.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: As much as they loved to torment Ryusei and were overjoyed when he died, they still felt uneasy at Ren pressuring Shiori so soon after his death, and her strange behavior, losing more and more of herself every day.
  • Failed a Spot Check: They all let their greed and "love for adventure" completely blind them to the pained expressions and lifeless eyes of both Claire and Melina, openly cheering then Archbishop Frederic and the pope called on them to commit genocide!
  • Flat Character: All we know about them is that the boys loved to beat up on Ryusei while the girls loved to look at him with disgust, on the completely unsubstantiated rumors spouted by Ren that Ryusei is nothing more than a disgusting otaku who spent all his time on anime and porn, and did their best to try and drive Ryusei and Shiori apart. With this much, there's no need to really know anything else about them, as they're all completely unsympathetic.
  • Heroic Wannabe: They all happily jump at the chance to be dubbed "heroes" and live the Stock Light-Novel Hero fantasy, never looking at the drawbacks or pitfalls.
  • No Name Given: Aside from Ren, most are never named, and those who are have it mentioned once in passing and are never pointed out again.
  • School Bullying Is Harmless: In the "he's an outcast and an acceptable target" way. They deluded themselves into believing that since Ryusei has a healthy love of manga, anime, and light-novels and a near encyclopedic memory of them, then he must be a disgusting otaku, and it's their duty to drive him away from Shiori, by any means fair or foul. This gives them no sympathy when they lead an armed invasion into the country of Xenovia, and Milla catches up to them, wiping them out to the last.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Even if the pope's plan had gone right, he and the church were never planning on keeping their promises of wealth or fame. Every last one of them was slated to die the moment the church's human supremacy agenda was realized.

     Ren Takeda 
The ringleader of the class who loved to torment, ridicule, and harass Ryusei. Soon after being transported to this new world and being dubbed "a hero," he plots with Archbishop Frederic II to backstab Ryusei and then blame the boy's death on goblins, then conspires to have Momoyo shipped off on a Uriah Gambit so no one will impede his access to Shiori so he can drug her into his Empty Shell Sex Slave.
  • Big Bad Duumvirate: In the very, very first act, he and Archbishop Frederic II scheme, conspire, and literally shake hands to engage in the prevalence of nastiness. They quietly take a back-seat to the pope of the Church of Human Supremacy, when he takes the stage.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: One of his more disgusting traits, as he was taught by his father, is to suck up to people stronger than him until he gets what he wants and then destroying them the moment they're of no further use and it's convenient.
  • The Bully: He's the ringleader of the class and sought out to crush Ryusei like a bug, by any means necessary, because he was butthurt that Ryusei and Shiori are an item, and he honestly believed himself more worthy of having Shiori as his girl, and if she doesn't like that? Too bad, consent is just a formality.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: He dies screaming as the flesh melts from his bones.
  • Entitled to Have You: To Shiori. To the point that he conspires to murder her friends and use drugs to make her an Empty Shell Sex Slave.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Inverted. As much as the rest of the class loved to torment Ryusei, for seeing him as unworthy of Shiori and loving to slander him as an otaku who spent all his time on anime and porn, they were all disturbed at how Ren kept trying to force himself on Shiori and how she acted strangely. Ren himself has no such standards.
  • Like Father, Like Son: His father, the principal, is a heinous sociopath who wields power like a club and takes what he wants by force, raising Ren himself to think the same way.
  • Man on Fire: When Milla catches up to him, she finishes him off by cooking him alive at such high temperatures that his flesh melts off like wax from a candle.
  • Murder the Hypotenuse: He stabs Ryusein in the back with a sword and conspires with Archbishop Frederic II to have Momoyo shipped off to die in Milla's territory so there is no one between him and Shiori.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: Because he murdered Ryusei in the early chapters, Demon God Tenebria was able to use a loophole in The Goddess of Holy Light's restraints to put Ryusei's soul in Milla's comatose body, leading to the rise of a powerful antivillain that saved the world from an Eldritch Abomination.
  • Smug Snake: He sees himself as the smartest, strongest, and most handsome man around and responds with violence to anyone who disagrees. This makes it so, so gratifying when Milla catches up to him, beats his superiority complex out of him, and ends his miserable life by cooking him at temperatures so hot his flesh melts off like wax from a candle.
  • Who Are You?: As he and Milla fight, where he can do no lasting damage, while she keeps beating him down and then healing him up again so she can keep going, he angrily shouts, demanding to know who she is, refusing to acknowledge "Milla Walpurgis, Demon of Insanity" so before she ends him for good, she pulls him close and whispers in his ear "here's a hint. 'We don't need trash like you. Now go and Die!'" at which point, he realizes he's getting his comeuppance from the guy he loved to kick around and dies screaming, his flesh being melted off his body.

The Church of Human Supremacy (self-proclaimed as the Church of Holy Light)

     Archbishop Frederic II 
The church's representative who greets the class when they arrive at the Olympia Empire.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He presents himself as a good and kind priest who wishes for peace, love, and charity. The truth is that he's firmly opposed to all those things.
  • Chunky Salsa: The aftermath of his death had his head splattered across a hallway.
  • Corrupt Church: Whatever tenets the church practices, he doesn't believe in them. He lies, cheats, steals, and abuses his authority whenever it suits him.
  • Evil Old Folks: He's described as an old priest and he's a genocidal asshat who kidnaps an entire highschool class to use as disposable high yield tyke bombs.
  • Mugging the Monster: He sees Milla, in a human disguise, as she asks for an audience with Empress Éclaire Olympia, as the empress herself has placed a notice with an open invitation to any human subject who wishes one. He first tries to "gently guide" her to the church antechamber. When she insists on the empress, he gets angry and demands that she go with him to the church. When she still insists on the empress after that, he completely loses his cool and tries to drag her to the church, by force. At this point, Milla loses all patience and gets her vengeance by popping his head like a zit by flicking her index finger on his temple, somehow managing to avoid getting any gore on herself. She wanted to rip out his heart and squeeze it in his face, but figured showing up at the empress's office with bloody hands and splattered with gore would pose too many problems.
  • Off with His Head!: Milla reduces his head to a fine mist with a flick of her finger.
  • Smug Snake: He carries himself as if he's always the smartest man in the room. This makes his death at Milla's hands so gratifying.

     Melina L. Gardenia 
Lorina's sister and the crown princess of the elves. Ten years prior to the start of the story, she is sent to the human empress as a good-will ambassador by her parents but is intercepted by the Church of Human Supremacy, her escorts murdered, and she is put through unspeakable experiments, replacing all her internal organs with monster cores, turned into a magical weapon of mass-destruction, and put under the complete control of the pope, except for being able to whisper the words "kill me."
  • And I Must Scream: As soon as she woke up in a homunculus body, unable to move a finger without the pope's permission, she wanted to die and end her suffering, but wasn't even able to even scream in pain, let alone ask to die.
  • Big Sister Worship: She always adored her older sister Lorina, and regrets not joining her in fleeing along side away from her royal duties, especially once she's captured by the Church of Human Supremacy, with her father the king completely ignoring her plight.
  • Death Seeker: The process that turned her into a Living Weapon has placed her into immense suffering, and considering that she's magically compelled to obey the pope's orders to use her immense magical power to commit genocide, she spends her every waking moment begging for death.
  • Go Out with a Smile: She smiles at Milla for killing her and finally ending her suffering.
  • Healing Factor: Thanks to having the core of a greater slime replacing her stomach, she has a powerful regeneration skill that made killing her without destroying her entire body very hard for Milla, and Milla had promised Lorina to bring her corpse home for a decent burial.
  • Light 'em Up: She specializes in light-based magic.
  • Living Weapon: As far as the pope is concerned, her only value is being an artificial "angel" to be used to blast the church's enemies to dust.
  • Mercy Kill: Milla manages to rip out her slime core and finally put her down, ending her suffering, and then swears holy vengeance against the pope who put her through this.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Like Lorina, she is over 3000, but looks like a teen due to the exceptionally long lifespan of elves.
  • Reforged into a Minion: She undergoes 10 years of unspeakable experiments, has her internal organs replaced with monster cores, a slave collar fused to her throat, and is magically compelled to commit acts of genocide by the church's pope.
  • Stuffed into the Fridge: She is introduced literally being placed on ice until the pope and his lackeys are ready to launch their genocidal invasion.

     The Pope 
  • Big Bad Wannabe: In the end he was nothing more than a pawn in the games of more powerful beings, and died without achieving what he wanted.
  • Everybody Calls Him "Barkeep": Nobody addresses him by name. He's just addressed by title.
  • Evil Is Not a Toy: He and his army fight their way to the center of the continent of Xenovia and he unseals "The Corruption" expecting the eldritch horror to happily help him wipe out all life on the planet except for himself and his fellow believers. He is the eldritch horror's first victim.
  • Feeling Oppressed by Their Existence: He sees every race that is not human, and every human that doesn't worship the artificial Goddess of Light as sinners that deserve death.
  • Karmic Death: He either ordered or put Melina through a nightmare of horrific experiments to create The Goddess of Light's ultimate weapon. He winds up betrayed by said goddess and fed to her pet eldritch horror.
  • Playing with Syringes: Over ten long and grueling years, he puts the captured elf princess Melina through horrific experiments designed to completely enslave her and make her the church's trump card.
  • The Unfought: He doesn't engage in battle himself, he just leads the army, including all of Ryusei's classmates, and the completely enslaved Melina, sacrificing them all as pawns so he can reach and unseal "The Corruption", but gets consumed by it before Milla can get to him and make him pay for what he's done.

Demon Kings

Demon King of Insanity

     Milla Walpurgis (current) 
(See the protagonist above)

     Milla Walpurgis (original) 
  • Cheerful Child: She was a rough and tumble tomboy, a real handful, but she was still a happy and well adjusted child.
  • Convenient Coma: Invoked. Grace used her magic to slow down Milla's metabolism, so the Black Death poison only put her to sleep instead of killing her. She remained in that state for 200 years.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: She burned up her memories so current Milla could power the spells needed to fight Demon God Tenebria for Shiori's sake. This is what Tenebria had in mind so original Milla could finally move on to the afterlife and enter Paradise.
  • Spoiled Sweet: Her father Gilbert never told her "no," and she was absolutely adorable.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: She played with swords, was very rough and tumble, and didn't care too much for acting like a "proper lady" but still liked things like dresses and stufed animals.

     Gilbert Walpurgis 
  • Deceased Parents Are the Best: He fought to secure an escape route for Grace and Milla.
  • Get Out!: He ordered Baron Keineth Augustus to leave his home and territory after the vampire "offered" an alliance with Miraluka in her Hive Mind plot. Unfortunately, it was too late as Gilbert was already poisoned by then.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Gave up his life fighting so Grace and Milla could escape certain death.
  • Hold the Line: He stayed behind to hold off Keineth's vampire horde, allowing Grace to escape.

Demon King of Savagery

     Verachion Tigre 
The current Demon Lord of Savagery.
  • Assumed Win: He walks into the Blood Ball and starts insulting Milla's taste in servants, even though they're people he dumped on her in the first place, and angrily decries her for failing to keep her end of the contract to pay him 10,000 gold coins for the land that is now her territory. After being warned two times to stop with the insults, Milla humiliates him by dropping a bag of 10,000 gold coins at his feet and shows his sins to the world.
  • Backstab Backfire: He jumps up and attacks Milla with a dagger as she's walking away only to be caught, one-handed, by Ornith, The Demon King of Despair, and the strongest Demon King of the country, dragged to the door and literally thrown out, with the warning that he attacks another demon king like that again, and he's dead on the spot.
  • Beard of Evil: Described as having a goatee and mustache and is a completely despicable sot.
  • Break the Haughty: Done masterfully by Milla when she calls him to task for his arrogance, cruelty, and racism, completely destroying his social standing.
  • Fantastic Racism: His fatal flaw. Had he kept his cool, he would have walked away from his encounter with Milla 10,000 gold coins richer, and his undesirable population off his hands. Instead, he insults Milla's territory and beast-man population, which he sold her in the first place, and when she calls him out on it, after two warnings, he lunges at her with a knife, earning the ire of the #1 demon lord, and literally getting thrown out of the celebration, leaving his money behind.
  • Faux Affably Evil: He carries himself like a gentleman, but his words drip with sarcasm and contempt for everyone other than himself. When he gets called out on it, he flies into a rage and attacks with violence.
  • Hypocrite: He calls out Milla for selling Phoenix Tears to a human king with a paralyzed daughter to raise the funds she needs to pay off the purchase of her territory, to which Milla responds by showing a recording of him having much more direct contact with humans, by keeping some as sex slaves in a dungeon that he rapes on a repeated basis, earning the universal ire of all the other demon kings in the room.
  • Rape Is a Special Kind of Evil: He rapes any woman he can get his hands on, regardless of race. Even though humans are universally reviled by the entire population of Xenovia, a recording of him keeping some as sex-slaves in a dungeon and raping them to death earns the ire of everybody at the Blood Ball celebration.
  • Starter Villain: He's the very first opponent Milla faces after becoming a Demon King.

Demon King of Wisdom

(See Odin Asgardia above)

Demon King of Kindness

     Demon King Miraluka 
The demon king responsible for the elimination of the Walpurgis clan, nearly leading to the death of Milla, whose body was later used as a vessel for Ryusei's soul by Demon God Tenebria.
  • The Alliance: Subverted. During the pope's invasion, she had her armies work with the Demon King of Death and one other, on paper. In practice, she constantly leaked information to the invading army in the hopes the pope would put her in charge of Xenovia.
  • Bond Villain Stupidity: She could have eliminated Milla with ease after tricking the latter into drinking from a poisoned chalice, but instead "kindly" started bragging of her superiority and harmed Grace and Himeko with giant stone stakes. Cue the awakening of [Berserk Mode] Milla who burned off the poison, would not be stopped, and kept giving her one No Holds Barred Beat Down after another, only snapping out of it when Grace and Himeko called out to her, recommending a quick retreat.
  • Cruel Mercy: Her idea of "kindness" involves stripping all her people of free will and making them walking corpses, doing whatever she wills whenever she wills, using their minds as a collective consciousness. She also thinks impaling people with giant stone stakes is an act of kindness.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: She specializes in using earth and stone sorcery.
  • The Evils of Free Will: She turns her territory into a Hive Mind and proclaims that letting people have their own agency is nothing more than inviting chaos and conflict.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Combined with Death by Irony and Karmic Death. As she's fleeing from The Church of Human Supremacy's army, which she was actively aiding, she comes across Milla and takes a vial of what she thinks are Phoenix Tears. What she winds up drinking is the deadly poison "Black Death" inside a vial made to look like it had Phoenix Tears inside. She winds up dying to the very poison she created and in the same way her henchman killed her rival, the Walpurgis clan.
  • Life Drinker: As a vampire, she drinks blood to prolong her youth and vigor.
  • Master Poisoner: She secretly brews all kinds of nasty drugs and poisons, not the least of which is the Black Death, which was used to utterly destroy the Walpurgis clan, and is all but incurable without immediate application of the proper antidote.
  • Rewarded as a Traitor Deserves: She sides with the pope of The Church of Human Supremacy, selling out her fellow Demon Kings in hopes that the invading humans would leave her in charge. The pope accepts her help until she's of no further use and then turns on her, telling her that he intended to kill all the demons, including her.
  • Schmuck Bait: She signs her letters with a phrase in Japanese -that she once tortured out of a captive she was drinking blood from-, to lure otherworlders to herself, by pretending to be one. When Milla greets her with "Konichiwa", a standard Japanese greeting, and she doesn't understand it, Milla immediately sees through the ruse.
  • Why Won't You Die?: When she repeatedly "kills" Milla only for the latter to get back up again, more powerful and more enraged, she starts to panic and wonders why the heck she just won't stay down.

     Baron Keineth Augustus 
The vampire who poisoned every last man, woman, and child in the Walpurgis clan, wiping out everyone but Grace and although Milla went into a coma she never recovered from, her body was available for Ryusei's soul to reincarnate into the world.
  • Bond Villain Stupidity: He ignored an escaping Grace and Milla, expecting the poor girl was already dead, thanks to having poisoned her with "Black Death." Over 200 years, he never bothered to check if Grace and Milla survived his little stunt. When Miraluka found out, she removed his smug head from his shoulders to use as a "peace offering" intending to get Milla to lower her guard.
  • Genocide Backfire: He decides to wipe out the entire Walpurgis clan and uses their refusal to go with Miraluka's "plan" as an excuse, despite Miraluka herself never having given any such order. When Milla is shown to be alive and well 200 years later, Miraluka kills him and offers up his head as a peace offering.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Miraluka impales him with numerous stone stakes and then chops off his head from his corpse.
  • An Offer You Can't Refuse: He comes to Milla's parents and demands they join his mistress's mad scheme to strip everyone of their free will, in exchange for "lasting peace." When the Walpurgis matriarch refuses, he destroys the antidote to the poison he already laced their wine with and orders a gaggle of vampires to attack the weakened demon king, his vassals, and razes the entire territory.
  • Smug Snake: He acts like he's the toughest badass on the planet and is untouchable, especially as he's razing Milla's clan to the ground. He loses the smug in a hurry when Miraluka is taking him to task before she kills him.
  • Straw Hypocrite: He never believed in Miraluka's plan and sided with her for his own agency, but happily massacres the Walpurgis clan because they won't join forces with Miraluka's scheme.
  • The Unfought: Milla never gets the chance to kill him for what he did to her clan, since Miraluka kills him for his failure.
  • You Have Failed Me: Miraluka is not pleased to learn Milla survived this a-hole's genocide, skewers him with stone stakes and then offers up his head to Milla as a peace offering.

     Demon King Tenebria 
(See Tenebria above)

Demon King of Death

     Arnos Kerberus 
The demon king who had the misfortune to have his territory invaded by the pope.
  • The Alliance: He was in a three king alliance with Miraluka and one other. He was unaware that the combined armies were being sabotaged by a traitor until Odin and Persia caged them up and Milla took to the field, exposing the ploy.
  • Horned Humanoid: He has one horn on the center of his forehead.

Demon King of Wrath

     Magnus 
  • Humans Are Insects: His response to Milla's assertion that all 12 demon kings should take to the field to drive the humans to despair is answered with laughter, stating that war with humans isn't a battle, it's pest control, and dealing with pests is the job of gardners and exterminators, not the king. Milla does not take this kindly.
  • Kill All Humans: His response to the human invason is an angry demand to exterminate all humans from the surface of the planet.

Demon King of Despair

     Ornis Balmund 
The current Demon King of Despair and considered the strongest of the current Demons.
  • The Ace: For the current Demon Kings. Neither Odin nor Milla are enthusiastic at the thought of facing him.
  • Asskicking Equals Authority: The strongest of the demon kings, and usually the one in charge.
  • Honor Before Reason: He allows himself to be challenged by all comers, even though most of them just do the same dumb thing over and over again. He relishes Odin's challenges because she is clever and original, giving him a bit of enjoyment.
  • I Owe You My Life: As a display of gratitude for destroying "The Corruption" when not even he could, he gives Milla enough mana to stay alive after she burns out her magic circuits.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: If the normally calm and unflappable Ornis shows panic, you know shit is about to go down.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: During the war-council, he takes Milla's opinion seriously and when she asks permission to take direct action in confronting the human army, which is in the territory of the Demon King of Death, he grants it.

Demon King of Sloth

(See Persia above)

The Founder

     The first demon king 
The twelfth demon king.

Elves

     Melron L. Gardenia 
The one and only living male child of the elf king.
  • Attempted Rape: On the morning of the 10th day, the day of his sham wedding, he finds Lorina as a broken Empty Shell after extended overdosing from the slime's aphrodisiac properties. So he begins trying to remove his pants. BLAM! That's when Milla shows up and starts blowing up strategic parts of the elven capital.
  • Black Sheep: While his racist asshole of a father may see him as the White Sheep for agreeing with his bizarre obsession with bloodline purity, he is in fact the most morally repugnant of the elf royal family, as both his sisters are good and kind people who treasure their friends, lovers, and family, rather than seeing them all as only tools for their own legacy.
  • Cold-Blooded Torture: He has Lorina tied down and smothers her with an aphrodisiac producing slime for ten days and nights, not just to make her too aroused to resist his sexual advances, as he planned to rape her at the altar of a sham wedding, but to break her will and to make her denounce Milla. He grew more and more irritated and enraged that Lorina never broke.
  • Entertainingly Wrong: When he presents a list of "better" blacksmiths that he's offering to trade for Lorina, Milla picks up the list. He presumes Milla's getting ready to accept the trade only to be horrified when Milla burns the list to ash and tells him to get lost.
  • Entitled to Have You: To Lorina. He first shows up in Milla's territory shortly before the arrival of the pope and the army of the Church of Human Supremacy, looking to buy Lorina from Milla, offering to trade a bunch of "better" blacksmiths. Lorina was already Milla's lover by then and Milla doesn't see her girls like that, telling him to take a hike, and if he tried anything, she would crush him. In the aftermath of the defeat of "The Corruption," he sends an army at Milla's territory to kidnap Lorina while Milla's away.
  • Et Tu, Brute?: He's horrified when he's used as a hostage to get his evil father to surrender and step down from the throne, only to see that his asshole of a father only considers him "Plan A" for propagating the purity of his bloodline, as the guy had stored up and preserved multiple large containers of his own seed that he planned to use to artificially inseminate Lorina with if the prince had something happen to him or couldn't measure up.
  • Fate Worse than Death: Milla decreed that killing him for what he's done to Lorina was too merciful, so has him chained up in a cell under the elf royal castle, and literally left to rot, partly because his crimes are that heinous, and partly because Milla already had to kill Lorina's sister, Lorina's father was killed in a coup, and killing the last of Lorina's relatives would have been too much for the poor girl to bear.
  • Freudian Excuse: From the day he was born, he was raised and indoctrinated into becoming a raging ball of arrogance who honestly believes regarding his eldest sister as nothing more than a Baby Factory is the epitome of righteousness.
  • Hypocrite: He decries Lorina's love for Milla as "twisted" as he's drugging Lorina with a slime known as "brainwashing slime" so she is too aroused by an aphrodisiac overdose to resist his intent to rape her.
  • Like Father, Like Son: He learned how to be such a douche-nozzle from his own father who put his mother through the same experience as he put Lorina through.
  • Prince Charmless: What else do you call a prince who leads an army to kidnap his own sister, ties her down, smothers her with an aphrodisiac slime for 10 days and nights, and shows up multiple times a day to besmirch her lover, bragging about how he intends to rape her?
  • Shame If Something Happened: When Milla refuses to hand Lorina over, he makes blatant "hypothetical" threats about souring relations between the continent of Xenovia and the kingdom of Gardenia. Milla is unimpressed and shouts at him that if he tries anything, she will utterly crush his efforts and make him pay.
  • Suicidal Overconfidence: He thinks the kaiju guardian of Gardenia can defeat Milla effortlessly without collateral damage when she's The Demon King of Insanity!
  • Tempting Fate: He constantly mocks Lorina that Milla's dead and won't come back, and even then won't be able to do anything to rescue her by the time she returns. Small problem with his line of thought is that Milla's a particularly vicious and vindictive little demon lord who is very, very creative in her vengeance, and had Lorina been irreparably damaged, there would be nothing at all that could stop Milla from turning the entire elven capital into a smoking crater, as Lorina kept warning him would happen.
  • Too Dumb to Live: Granted, Milla was already blowing up the capital in a rampage, but summoning the country's pet kaiju right in the center of the city?
  • Underestimating Badassery: He just judges Milla by appearance and presumes she's Just a Kid.
    • He presumed Milla would never return from the desert, as "no one ever comes back from there" except that Milla's father did, so maybe Milla knows the secret to coming back.
    • He presumed that Milla could do nothing if Lorina was already married to him by the time she showed up. Yeah...Let's ignore the fact that Milla took down the strongest members of the human holy army his father didn't want war against and is a vicious little sadist who likes to savor her vengeance like a fine wine.
    • When Milla shows up in the elven capital and starts blowing things apart in her rampage, even wiping out the entirety of the royal knights in the blink of an eye, he thinks the kingdom's pet kaiju can just stomp her effortlessly.

     The Elf King 
  • 0% Approval Rating: When Aria kills him, all the elves at the capital descend on the temple where the battle occurred and where he had scheduled the "wedding" between Melron and Lorina. Rather than condemn her for killing the bastard, the entire population cheers her for doing it, and immediately proclaims her as their new queen.
  • Abusive Dad: All three of his children were abused in one way or another, and none of them had a happy childhood. Lorina was forced to serve in the army as a Child Soldier, Melina was denied her childhood and was sent as an envoy to the humans, knowing full well she would be Reforged into a Minion and a Living Weapon, and the youngest, Melron, had his entire childhood denied him, twisting him into a living ball of arrogance who honestly wants to rape his oldest sister into a Baby Factory.
  • The Caligula: He is a horrible king, driving the dark elves into a poisonous forest and giving his knights a "kill on sight" order if they try to enter the capital, abuses his children, and lets the crown princess be kidnapped and experimented on by a human supremacist "church", even providing them the mana stone they needed for their sick experiments by having the princess herself carry it with her, and ignoring the fact that even if the pope's plan had gone correctly, his country was next to be in the church's crosshairs.
  • Do Not Taunt Cthulhu: He sees Milla single-handedly wipe out all his sychophantic knights with a single spell, and one of her weakest at that, and then taunts her that she's beneath him before letting Melron unleash their country's guardian Kaiju.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": None of his guards, retainers, etc., ever address him by name. They all call him by one or more of his royal titles.
  • Fantastic Racism: He believes his race of elves is inherently superior to the dark elf race, regardless of merit.
  • Green Thumb: He uses and attacks with magic that controls and weaponizes plant growth, specifically the trees and grasses around him.
  • Hypocritical Heartwarming: Inverted. He hands over Melina to the humans, ostensibly to avoid a war, or so he claims. Yet he has no issue risking war with the much, much stronger Milla, Demon King of Insanity, by attacking the latter's territory, kidnapping Lorina, and forcing Lorina into being Melron's, or his own, Baby Factory.
  • Marital Rape License: He doesn't bother to hide the fact that he used a "brainwashing slime" on his own wife, Melron's mother, to make her his Baby Factory.
  • Parental Abandonment: He does not lift a finger to come to Melina's rescue in the entirety of the 10 years she was being put through hell by the Church of Human Supremacy. He doesn't even send a single spy or scout to see if she's alive or dead.
  • "Pop!" Goes the Human: On the wrong end when Aria catches up to him and uses a magic gem Milla provided her to open a portal to the bottom of the sea, right in his mouth, and have the pressure difference blow up his body like a bloody water-balloon.
  • Pure Is Not Good: He is obsessed with the purity of the royal bloodline, to the point that if his son Melron couldn't rape Lorina, he was planning to artificially inseminate her with his own seed, and he's so wood-elf supremacist that he drives out the dark elves and sees them as "trash" even if they're objectively stronger than he is, despite the fact that the elven goddess herself decrees that Strength Equals Worthiness in regards to mana levels.
  • Unnamed Parent: None of his children ever mention his name.
  • Wants a Prize for Basic Decency: He thinks he should be given accolades for the fact that he let Lorina excell in swordsmanship and smithing.

Gods And Other Cosmic Entities

     Demon God 
(See Tenebria above)

     Goddess of Holy Light 
The artificial goddess created by the Church of Human Supremacy
  • Deader Than Dead: By using [Delete All], Milla destroyed her and her pet eldritch horror, permanently, body and soul.
  • Demonic Possession: When the pope unsealed The Corruption, she used the wish it gave as a boon to kick Ryuseis soul out and send him back to Japan and then possessed Milla's body herself to engage in nastiness.
  • Disk-One Final Boss: She's the final enemy of the first volume, but there are bigger threats.
  • Fantastic Racism: Created by her faithful to have intense hatred for all non-humans.
  • Fusion Dance: When she's kicked out of Milla's body, she fuses with "The Corruption" and proceeds to try and kill all life on the planet.
  • Gods Need Prayer Badly: As an artificial goddess, if her followers lose faith and stop praying to her, she ceases to exist.
  • Immortality Seeker: Her biggest motivation was to descend upon the world, gain an immortal body, and become a "true" goddess, so she can go on existing without needing prayers from those disgusing human "insects."
  • Light Is Not Good: She wields light and healing magic, but she's the amalgamation of a bunch of self-righteous genocidal racists.
  • Made of Evil: She can't help being the way she is. She's the amalgamation of the prayers of a large number of genocidal racists that see themselves as righteous despite happily engaging in a bunch of crimes contrary to their own scriptures.
  • Manipulative Bitch: She whispered into the pope's ear that all his problems with the "sinner" races would be solved if he went and unsealed "The Corruption." He presumed he and his followers would be spared from the abomomination's rampage somehow. NOPE!
  • Suicidal Cosmic Temper Tantrum: Kicked out of Milla's body, her one chance of becoming truly immortal lost forever, she decides to fuse with "The Corruption" and kill off everybody and everything on the planet, even though that will also end her existence.

     The Corruption 
A non-sentient mass of malice accidentally created from the grudges of the mortals that live on the world. Unable to intervene directly, the gods could not destroy it, instead giving power to The Founder of the demon tribes in Xenovia so he could seal it away, at the cost of his life. Although it could not free itself, it can be freed from the outside by any living being on the planet in exchange for a wish.
  • Ancient Evil: It has existed on the planet since the dawn of life.
  • The Corruption: It destroys every living thing it touches.
  • Made of Evil: It can't help being the way it is. It is composed entirely of discarded malice, causing it to seek the end of all life.
  • Make a Wish: It will be unsealed if a native of the planet asks for a wish from it.
  • No Name Given: It has no name. It is merely called "The Corruption" because it destroys everything it touches.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Up until the pope reached it, it was locked away in a seal that was created by the founder at the cost of his life.

     Tempus 
The god of time.
  • Dark Secret: He once went to sleep, just to see what that's like and neglected the timeline, making the multi-verse a real mess, with Almighty God having to step in to clean everything up.
  • Digging Yourself Deeper: When Milla objects, violently, to his attempt to murder Grace, he doubles down and promises to abuse his authority over time to murder everybody Milla cares for, and is shocked that this just makes her even angrier and more violent.
  • Equivalent Exchange: How he first justifies trying to kill Grace. After all, Milla "broke the rules" by bending time to save Lorina's life, so the life of someone else precious to her must be lost to restore the balance, right? Milla disagreed, violently.
  • Hypocrite: He gave a mortal, the mercenary "Death," the ability to manipulate time so the mercenary can age decay pretty much whatever he wants in order to kill a mortal that Tempus didn't like, and then let the mercenary keep those powers. When Milla reverses time on Lorina a measly 10 days to save her life, he not only grabs Tenebria, but drags Milla to the divine realm and tries to force Milla to watch him just arbitrarily murder another one of her girls, "to balance the books." Yeah, that didn't go well, and he was warned too.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: When he starts abusing his Time Master authority to try beating Milla down, she wound up developing the supernatural Adaptive Ability [Deus Ex] that not only lead to beating his ass down, but proved very, very useful when The Destroyer came out to play.
  • This Can Not Be: He cries out in alarm how it's supposed to be impossible for Milla to have an Adaptive Ability that allows her to negate his Time Master powers and thrash him around like a rag doll.
  • Villains Want Mercy: When Milla has given him enough no holds barred beatdowns for him to realize that yes, she can and will kill him in retaliation for threatening everyone she cares for, he pleads for mercy and begs forgiveness. If Almighty God didn't step in and mediate, she would have denied his pleas and crushed his skull like an egg.
  • Wrong Assumption: Since he's only seen Milla use her Super Mode for a minute, at most, he presumed that was the maximum time she could use it. If the battle was taking place on the new world, he would have been right, but because the battle took place in the divine realm, where the conditions for Milla's super-mode are available for far, far longer, she was able to keep it going as long as she needed to completely wreck him and put his life in danger.

     Almighty God 
The creator of the multiverse.
  • God Is Flawed: It may be omnipotent and omnipresent, but it's not entirely flawless. The creation of The Destroyer completely went off the rails.
  • God's Hands Are Tied: It can not interfere with the multiverse directly as its power is so strong, the slightest touch would cause untold and unwanted devastation.
  • Prime Directive: He is the one that laid down the law that gods can not intervene in the world directly, and made the consequences quite steep.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: When he descends and intervenes in the fight between Milla and the God of Time, he reviews all the evidence, rebukes the time god, pardons Milla, who didn't know better, and gave Tenebria a nice Unishment while rebuking the time god for going too far.
  • Unishment: Tenebria being stripped of her divinity and made mortal was supposed to be a punishment, but Tenebria is ecstatic because she gets to live near and dear to her bestie, Milla, and doesn't have to outlive her friends and lovers by orders of eons any more.
  • Wowing Cthulhu: Milla managed to impress him and because she did so, he went easy on her, punishing Tenebria instead by turning her into a mortal.
  • You Can Not Grasp The True Form: When Milla encounters it, all she can see is a vaguely humanoid outline with a view like empty space, stars and two ginormous eyes at the "head" area.

     The Destroyer 
An ancient entity created by the Almighty God at the dawn of the multiverse to maintain the Balance Between Good and Evil. Unfortunately, its pride went to its head and it decided that it knew better, plotting to destroy the multiverse piece by piece. By the time this became apparent, it was already too strong for Almighty God to destroy outright. When Almighty God asked for help from The Nightmare King, he retorted that he was against the creation of the multiverse in the first place and refused. Almighty God had to settle for sealing it away, but the seal was not perfect, and it managed to gather for itself some fanatical followers that also came to the conclusion that the multiverse should be torn apart and rebuilt, from the ground up, and anyone opposed deserves to have their souls consumed and destroyed.
  • Blue-and-Orange Morality: It has its own unique interpretation of "good and evil" that doesn't align with the moral compass of anyone else.
  • Cessation of Existence: When Milla hits it with the Giga Slave, it's completely erased from causality for all time.
  • Exact Words: When it says it needs X number of souls, it doesn't hesitate to take said souls from its own followers by hook or by crook.
  • Kaiju: Up to eleven and breaking the knob trying to turn it higher. The moment the seal was broken, it swallowed whole the island where its temple was built and rose from the sea, it's head into the clouds.
  • Leaking Can of Evil: Even though its power was sealed, the seal was not perfect and it could still affect the world indirectly, whispering into the hearts and minds of people, and triggering catastrophes remotely via very subtle manipulations of the laws of physics.
  • Manipulative Bastard: It is guilty of entrapment. It dumped an energy source called Ouroboros on an ancient civilization that would have never normally fought among themselves, tricked them into fighting over it, leading to their destruction and then blamed them for the carnage, forcing them to "atone" by doing its bidding in removing the seal by any and all means possible and killing any resistance.
  • Metaphorically True: It leads its followers into unsealing it by promising them power, the elimination of "evil," and promising to return everything to a more "innocent" time, by completely wiping out the multiverse and rebuilding it in its image. While the part about wiping out the multiverse is true, the rebuilding part is dubious, at best.
  • Your Soul is Mine!: To break free of the Almighty God's seal, it stole the souls of humans, demons, etc.

Followers of The Destroyer

Others

     Morag 
A werewolf merchant sought out and hired by Milla because he's also a smuggler, so Milla can sell some "Phoenix Tears" to humans so she can pay her 10,000 gold debt to Tigre.
  • Beast Man: He's a werewolf.
  • Friend in the Black Market: He smuggles all sorts of goods across borders, even into human lands, and back.
  • Intrepid Merchant: Trading with human countries is inherently very dangerous, as humans were mostly controlled by the Church of Human Supremacy, and all the races on Xenovia absolutely despise humans after countless armed invasions and all the accompanying atrocity.
  • Our Werewolves Are Different: He doesn't change from man to beast or vice versa. He's permanently in a state somewhere between but is still human-level intelligent.

     "Death" 
A mercenary that attacks Milla's mansion while she's away. This was all a distraction to cover Lorina's kidnapping.
  • Casting a Shadow: Though he can't use it to attack, he can use a shadow portal to escape if he somehow gets in over his head. This fails him when he tries to flee a pissed off Milla.
  • Crippling Overspecialization: He's a one-trick pony that can only fight by using magic he got from the god of time to corrode people and things to death. Somehow get past that and he's as helpless as a target dummy.
  • Moral Myopia: He marches through the rice and wheat fields of Milla's territory, rotting the grains to death, beats up Tengu and starts to vandalize Milla's mansion, but when the retainers fight back, he gets angry and takes it as an affront.
  • Nothing Personal: He didn't have a grudge against Milla's retainers or mansion. He attacked only because he was hired to decay Milla's mansion to dust. He took it as an affront that Milla's retainers didn't like that and fought back.
  • Please, I Will Do Anything!: Stated word for word when Milla had him pinned and was preparing to kill him for invading her territory and harming her retainers. He even promised to sell out his boss who hired him to attack. Unfortuntely for him, by that point Milla's offer to spare him if he named said boss had expired, as she was too damn pissed to let him live.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: When Milla shows up and starts beating him like a drum, he tries to leap into his shadow portal and escape. Milla uses her own portal magic to catch him and drag him back.
  • This Can Not Be: He panicked and just kept shouting how impossible it was for Milla to be alive, cast magics other than fire, or even cast magic at all, and how Milla was able to No-Sell his "decay" magic because of her shiny new dragon scales.
  • Time Master: Downplayed. He can use time magic to decay almost anything. Even Tengu, Milla's skeletal undead, was affected. The only thing he couldn't decay was Milla's scales as dragons are The Ageless.
  • Touch of Death: If he gets his hands on you, he can age you do death and rot your flesh off.

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