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Iroha's Team

Tropes applying to the entire team:

  • Badass Crew: Don't screw with them. They will and can kick your butt into next week, should you anger them and/or target one of them.
  • Breaking the Fellowship: In Chapter 6, Tsuruno, Felicia, and Sana are brainwashed into joining Wings of Magius, while Yachiyo announces the team is dissolved. They reunite after Chapter 7.
  • Occult Detective: Their team's main goal is to investigate the rumors of Kamihama, which have a tendency of turning real.
  • Putting the Band Back Together: In the plot of Chapter 7, Yachiyo and Iroha try to get the other three girls back.
  • True Companions: As they come together, Iroha notes her team is starting to feel like a family. Notably, Iroha, Yachiyo, Felicia and Sana end up sharing the same house.

Iroha Tamaki

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Base rarity: 1* (starting character)
Element: Light
Type: Heal
Magia: Strada Futuro
Doppel: Giovanna
Illustrated by: Ume Aoki
Voiced by: Momo Asakura

Iroha Tamaki is looking for her younger sister, Ui, who disappeared in Kamihama City. To cure her little sister's illness, she made a decision to become a magical girl. While she is cheerful and serious, she is too careful about her surroundings.

The main protagonist and point-of-view character, she comes to Kamihama City at the beginning of the story to search for a mysterious girl who keeps appearing in her dreams. Determined to search for her missing memories and the identity of the somewhat familiar girl, she unintentionally tangled in the fight against the Wings of Magius. Her wish was to cure her younger sister's illness and her magic is a powerful healing that revive even the half-dead. Giovanna, being the representative of Iroha's feeling of lost from Ui's possible death, is an isolated cuckoo bird that that will attack those that disturb its silence, yet yearning for something to fill the gap in its heart.


  • Amnesia Missed a Spot: The reason she comes to Kamihama is because she has dreams of a girl in the hospital. She eventually remembers this girl is her sister Ui, who no-one else can remember.
  • Animal Motif: She has a lot of bird imagery, from her cape making a silhouette of bird's wings when spread and her Doppel Giovanna is the Witch of Cuckoo.
  • Armor-Piercing Question: When Touka rants that the Magius will sacrifice everything to achieve their goal, Iroha asks her whether she's going to sacrifice even her beloved father. Iroha doesn't get her answer, only angry snarls.
  • Badass Cape: Has one in her magical outfit.
  • Bare Your Midriff: As a magical girl.
  • Beam Spam: Her Magia is pretty much a "from above" rapidfire from her crossbow.
  • Big Sister Instinct: The reason she came to Kamihama City.
  • Combat Medic: Is one of the magical girls that can heal teammates, and the only one who can bring back fallen ones.
  • Cool Big Sis: She has done things for Ui, such as learning how to cook her favorite dish. Her wish was even to cure Ui's illness. It is revealed that both Touka and Nemu also think highly of her. The main reason why the trio contracted in the first place was because they noticed Iroha's magical girl business and found out about the Awful Truth from interrogating Kyubey. Wishing to save Iroha from the fate of a witch, they tandemly made three wishes that would destroy the energy cycle system. It didn't go well.
  • Dangerous Forbidden Technique: Yachiyo convinces Iroha that summoning her Doppel is dangerous, as something that requires her Soul Gem to be tainted can't be good.
  • Declaration of Protection: An odd one. In Chapter 6 Iroha declares that she will save Yachiyo from her belief that she's a Doom Magnet. Iroha then proceeds to beat a Rumor single-handedly in order to prove it.
  • For Want of a Nail: In Ultimate Madoka's side story, while the divergence of the Magica Record timeline's focal point is the survival of Ui, Touka, and Nemu from their illness, the divergence actually started when Iroha once went to school she tripped on a small pebble and almost late to school.
  • Friendless Background: While she wasn't a loner, Iroha had trouble fitting in and making friends with her classmates at her old school.
  • Gratuitous Italian: Her Limit Break is called Strada Futuro which means "Future Path," as much as it makes sense.Note 
  • Healing Factor: Her personal memoria grants self-healing.
  • The Heart: Iroha arguably brings the group together via befriending Yachiyo and Felicia.
  • Hopeless with Tech: Downplayed. Iroha needs to be taught how to use a cell phone. She also doesn't know what a phonebook is.
  • I Will Find You: Iroha's motivation is to find her sister.
  • Long Hair Is Feminine: Though she usually keeps it braided.
  • Modesty Shorts: As a magical girl.
  • Naïve Newcomer: Being new in Kamihama, she is unfamiliar with how things work in the city. She also lacks information about the ward conflict. This requires her teammates to explain things to her (and to the audience).
  • Nice Girl: She's a friendly young girl that tries avoiding hurting other people's feelings.
  • Pink Is Feminine: Has pink hair and her costume features a lot of pink color.
  • Spanner in the Works: Yachiyo is the strong, intelligent, experienced, and charismatic Big Good of Kamihama City... if she's not wallowing in her self-loathing. Mifuyu cultivates Yachiyo's infamy as the way to prevent Yachiyo from snooping around the Wings of Magius' activities since, as Mifuyu herself says, "(Yachiyo) is harmless if she's alone." So, when Iroha comes to Kamihama City free from prejudice and sticks with Yachiyo despite people's warnings, she gives Yachiyo someone precious to fight for and thus, her motivation. Iroha basically pulls Yachiyo from her apathy just by being a nice person.
  • Supporting Protagonist: To an extent. While she's definitely the main character, she isn't the leader of the team she's a part of. This changes in Chapter 6.
  • Stripperific: An event-exclusive outfit features her in a skimpy swimsuit.
  • Take a Third Option: In Chapter 6 Yachiyo reveals her belief that anyone she leads is doomed to sacrifice themselves for her sake. She tells Iroha to stay away from her for that reason. Iroha has none of it and decides to declare herself the leader of the team, and Yachiyo should follow her instead.
  • Tomato in the Mirror: It's revealed in Chapter 8, after meeting the Thousand Years Sakura Rumor and regaining her memories, that Iroha was actually the fourth 'Magius' (or an equivalent of) with Ui as the third. Before the Wings of Magius existed, the four were planning and dreaming up for the Wings of Magius' goal of a world without sadness, with Iroha watching over the younger girls as not to stray.
  • Weapon of Choice: A crossbow.

Yachiyo Nanami

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Base rarity: 2*
Element: Aqua
Type: Balance
Magia: Absolute Rain
Doppel: Campanella
Illustrated by: Ume Aoki
Voiced by: Sora Amamiya

Yachiyo Nanami is a veteran magical girl that came to Kamihama City seven years ago to fight witches. She is an expert on Kamihama City and magical girls. She keeps her distance from other magical girls, but she is collecting information on the outbreak of "rumors" in Kamihama City.

One of the main characters, she appears in Chapter 1 as Iroha's one-time obstacle before turning into a major ally and leader of the main characters' team. A university student who part-times as a model, she's a hermit who used to lead magical girl teams before she suddenly cut off her connection with her teammates after they found out the truth of the Witch system. Deciding to come out of hiding to search for her childhood friend Mifuyu, she chases after the Rumors for any lead on Mifuyu's current allegiance with the Wings of Magius. Her magical power is gathering magical girls' wishes and hope, while her Doppel Campanella can brings disaster to those whose have been 'clipped' by the Doppel. Her wish was to be a survivor, considering the cutthroat industry of modeling.


  • A-Cup Angst: She displays some envy during the second part of Summer Event 2018, being the flattest out of everyone involved.
  • Achilles in His Tent: The reason why the Wings of Magius could operate for one year without much resistance is because Yachiyo was too apathetic to prevent them after she falls into a bout of self-loathing for causing one of her juniors turning into a Witch.
  • Action Girl: Being a magical girl for seven years will do this to you.
  • Adults Are Useless: Subverted, being of one of the few confirmed magical girls to survive long enough to become an adult.
  • Almighty Janitor: A ticket-clipper is not a very glamorous profession, but Campanella is not a weak Doppel at all precisely because Yachiyo's guarding the entrance of Kamihama City for magical girls like a bouncer. Besides, who would have thought that the gate guard also doubles as the city's boss?
  • Amateur Sleuth: She has been investigating Kamihama's rumors for a while now.
  • Big Good: She's pretty much the Kamihama City's head honcho, even toward other magical girl teams. The Magius's strategy of fighting her is to basically render her impotent psychologically so they don't have to fight her, as fighting against someone who has a lot of connections with various active teams is just asking for the entire city to hunt them down.
  • Body Horror: Yachiyo's transformation to Campanella isn't pretty. Her arms grow longer and become the Doppel's legs while her left leg twists backward to form the Doppel's tail, which grows several eyes on it.
  • Broken Ace: She's smart, beautiful, strong, juggling three lives around like it's nothing, and there's no one that doesn't at least begrudgingly respect her. She's also an aloof self-hating mess who tortures herself with the memories of her past failures to the point she can't even consciously admit that Iroha is a precious friend.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Behind the ice queen persona is a young woman who's obsessed with occult phenomena and an orderly lifestyle, but there's a reason why she's a veteran among magical girl veterans.
  • Combat Pragmatist: She isn't above using dirty tricks to win the fight like how she does to Tsukuyo in Chapter 4.
  • Critical Hit Class: Her Connect increases the target's critical chance.
  • Cruel to Be Kind: She puts Iroha through hardships because she wants to see if she can handle the city. She gets better after that.
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: She's initially hostile to Iroha at first, but eventually warms up to her.
  • Doom Magnet: Chapter 6 reveals that Yachiyo believes herself to be this, to the point where she thinks her wish causes others to sacrifice themselves for her. It's unclear how true this is.
  • Famed In-Story: She's a popular enough fashion model that Iroha's mother recognizes her from a newspaper article. In the magical girl world, she's quite famous for having an exceptionally long lifespan for someone who made her contract when she was 12 years old.
  • Fashion Model: Has been mentioned to work as a magazine model.
  • Hidden Depths: It turns out she's very good at hanetsuki because she has a Sweet Tooth for the shrine's mochi since she was a kid, and since the mochi is the price for hanetsuki match, she trained for a long time just to win it.
  • Insistent Terminology: She claims Iroha isn't her friend, but her assistant, although she slips and calls Iroha "friend" at least once. Similarly, she claims Tsuruno is her apprentice, Felicia is just a sell-sword, and Sana is a zashiki-warashinote .
  • It's All My Fault: Because her wish is to be a survivor in the cutthroat industry of modeling, when her friends died because they were protecting her, she takes it as her wish makes that she will survive at the expense of people around her. She started pushing people away from her after Meru died a year ago, leaving Momoko and Tsuruno confused of the reason why she suddenly abandoned them.
  • I Will Find You: The reason Yachiyo hunts down rumors is because she believes they will allow her to reunite with her missing Childhood Friend Mifuyu Azusa. When Mifuyu turns up working with the villains, Yachiyo continues to hunt down rumors so she can get the chance to confront Mifuyu again.
  • Knight In Sour Armor: Her attitude used to be much friendlier than it is now before her friends started dying, though it doesn't stop her from doing her job.
  • Not So Different: Yachiyo ends up compelling Holy Mami from succumbing to the Rumor that is attached to her by remarking that they both are the same emotionally distant person who other girls are looking up to as paragons of virtues and making them especially susceptible to loneliness, something that Yachiyo found out previously with Iroha's help. Because of that distance, Yachiyo actually doubts that the other Mitakihara girls could reach Mami the same way Tsuruno was saved. Instead, Yachiyo offers Mami a camaraderie with her as fellow emotionally distant people. Mami accepts.
  • Prongs of Poseidon: Fitting for an Aqua element girl, her weapon of choice is a trident.
  • Prophecies Are Always Right: Has this attitude towards the Kamihama City rumours, though Momoko dismisses it. Yachiyo is quite justified.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: She's aloof and vaguely hostile at first, but then shows a sensitive side.
  • Supporting Leader: She's arguably the real leader of Iroha's team, as the most experienced magical girl. Subverted in Chapter 6 when Iroha takes leadership.
  • Survivor Guilt: She saw two friends sacrifice themselves to save her life, and becomes convinced it's her own fault.
  • Water Is Blue: An Aqua element girl with blue hair and a mostly blue outfit.
  • We Used to Be Friends: Her Childhood Friend Mifuyu turns out to be working with the villains.

Tsuruno Yui

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Base rarity: 2*
Element: Flame
Type: Magia
Magia: Flame Waltz
Doppel: Yuhong
Illustrated by: Ume Aoki
Voiced by: Shiina Natsukawa

A magical girl who is reckless and full of energy. She comes from an historic, honorable family and she will always respect and admire her grandfather and great-grandfather who guided it to prosperity. In the present day, the Yui household has fallen into ruin, so she struggles greatly to try and restore its name, and for that purpose, her aim is to become the strongest magical girl of all.

A main character, she appears as a major ally in Chapter 3. She runs a Chinese restaurant, which is (in)famous for being extremely mediocre. Her Doppel, Yuhong, has the ability to attract wealth. According to a comment by Yachiyo, her personal magic is good luck. Her wish was to win an 800 million yen lottery to save her restaurant, but her mother and grandmother wasted it on a luxury cruise.


  • Balloonacy: Tsuruno's doppel is part Chinese Sky Lantern, so it lifts her up in the air whenever she summons it.
  • Bare Your Midriff: As a magical girl.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: Tsuruno wished for her family to win the lottery so they could save their failing Chinese restaurant. Unfortunately, her mother and grandmother took the money and ran away to a pleasure cruise. Tsuruno tries to be the strongest magical girl because it's all she has left.
  • Blood Knight: Downplayed. In the past, she would challenge any and every magical girl to a duel on the spot.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Touka specifically amplifies Tsuruno's brainwashing because she's very strong a pawn. When Felicia and Sana shrug off theirs quite easily, Tsuruno remains under the Wings of Magius for some time longer.
  • Broken Ace: She's at the top of her class, super strong, a great fighter, and a very nice person. But she's also terrified that if she doesn't become strong, she'll lose her restaurant, and her mother and grandmother are wealth-obsessed jerks who abandoned the family.
  • Combat Hand Fan: Her Weapon of Choice are two fans.
  • Dangerously Short Skirt: As a magical girl.
  • Dull Eyes of Unhappiness: An interesting spin of this; Tsuruno only has the dead eyes when she's the most relaxed. Because she feels that she has to be the emotional pillar of everyone else, she's burdened by the thought that if she doesn't stay vigilant with her role, her loved ones will drown in their misery. Thus, her usual look is actually her Dull Eyes of Unhappiness. Her blank eyes instead appears when she no longer cares about maintaining this front and just does whatever she likes. This is the same reason why Rumor Tsuruno has the blank eyes all the time.
  • Elemental Weapon: As a 5-star, her fans are covered in flames.
  • Foreign Culture Fetish: She really likes Chinese culture. It's to the point that her Doppel has a Chinese name instead of the others' more European-inspired names.
  • Friend or Idol Decision: Tsuruno and her older sister made promise that they would make their grandfather's restaurant famous. As they grow older, Tsuruno's sister decides that she can't keep her promise and chase after her own dream. It makes Tsuruno has a doubt whether she should continue with her goal, knowing that her mother and grandmother only see the restaurant as a money-making investment instead of a labor of love like her grandfather, or find a new goal that she really wants and abandon the restaurant. She decides that making the restaurant famous is just a side-goal; her true goal to happiness is to help and support her friends.
  • The Heart: She acts as a moodmaker and role model in every situation she's in. She defuses fights, teaches schoolworks in a way that even the notorious academically underachieving Felicia understands her easily, infectiously cheerful, a model student, also a honest and loyal friend. The moment she doesn't return home because she gets enticed by the Magius, her school goes into a state of panic because she had a perfect student record for 12 years (since she was a first grader). Her father goes into a bout of depression because he thinks that Tsuruno finally gets tired of her family and runs away, only for Tsuruno to come home one last time and tells him that she found a place for herself. At that point, Tsuruno's father crosses Despair Event Horizon and decides to really close their family's restaurant.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: Because she was busy tending to her restaurant when Meru turned into a Witch, she's the only one of Yachiyo's original quintet who doesn't know about the Witch system.
  • Modesty Shorts: Under her paltry excuse for a skirt in her magical girl form.
  • Momma's Boy: Downplayed. Tsuruno's dad is a pretty happy guy... when his wife and his mom/mother-in-law aren't yelling at him.
  • Shadow Archetype: Tsuruno has a long conversation with hers when her Soul Gem gets corrupted in her event story.
  • Smarter Than You Look: She's actually at the top of her class. She also has a tendency to figure things out before the other characters do.
  • To Be a Master: Her goal in life is to be the strongest magical girl.
  • Unluckily Lucky: Her power seems to make her this way, instead of an outright good luck. She has to experience a misfortune to balance out the fortune that she's going to get. Her restaurant is not the best out there and it's doubtful that it would get better, but it never goes bankrupt because it's cheap and it has loyal costumers - which Tsuruno get fairly easily because of her extrovert personality. In Meru's side-story, she ate the food that accidentally poured in a laxative and predictably spent the rest of the day in the restroom, but if she didn't, her restaurant would get a bad press for causing food poisoning. It also can be said that her fairly smooth release from the Rumor she's fused with is because she's lucky enough the influence is just 50%, or she might end up just like Mami.

Felicia Mitsuki

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Base rarity: 2*
Element: Dark
Type: Attack
Magia: Ultra Great Big Hammer
Doppel: Beatrice
Illustrated by: Ume Aoki
Voiced by: Ayane Sakura

An energetic, unyielding, and unfettered magical girl. As she hates witches from the bottom of her heart and wants to get revenge for her parents, she lives as a "mercenary" waging war against witches all over Kamihama. Her wild expressions during battle are influenced by shounen manga. However, she is gentle at heart and loves animals.

A main character, she appears in Chapter 3 as a one-off antagonist before turning into a major ally. An orphan who thought her parents were killed by a Witch, in reality her parents were killed in an accident she started. Her wish was to undo what had just happened, but for an unknown reason, it instead changed her memory into believing that her parents died because of a Witch. Her personal magic is memory wiping those who get hit by her hammer, and her Doppel Beatrice is a highly independent Doppel that will always put Felicia to sleep before going into a berserk rampage.


  • Animal Motif: She's often associated to a cow (or more precisely a bull) because her hood has two horns on it, her favorite animal is cow, she's strong but not very smart, stubborn and capable of great violence but is actually soft-hearted.
  • Anti-Armor: Her Magia debuffs target with Defense Down, applying two stacks once sufficiently ranked up.
  • Awful Truth: Whenever she summons her Doppel it puts her to sleep to prevent her from seeing anything while it's active. Anything it encounters that goes against Felicia's worldview or beliefs gets covered with mud and smashed. This helps her avoid learning the truth behind her wish, which is probably for the best.
  • Bare Your Midriff: As a magical girl.
  • Berserk Button: Just being around witches causes her to enter a berserk rage.
  • The Berserker: She loses herself to a berserk rage whenever she fights a witch, to the point where she accidentally attacks her allies. Iroha seems to be helping her get over this.
  • Big Sister Worship: While she has various degree of admiration toward girls who are older than her, Felicia is specially looks up on Tsuruno because they "talk the same language", like when Tsuruno taught Felicia her math problems. It didn't start out that way, but Tsuruno patiently dealt with Felicia's antics - with everyone's help.
  • Deadly Prank: Felicia tried to prank her mother while she was cooking, but it started a fire that burned down the apartment and killed Felicia's parents.
  • Department of Redundancy Department: Her Magia is Ultra Great Big Hammer, which is as descriptive as it can get.
  • Dumb Muscle: She's very strong, but isn't very smart. Yachiyo snarked that the only viable strategy for Felicia is to point her at the general direction of the enemy and let her wreak havoc because any more difficult strategy will just fly over her head.
  • Fake Defector: Felicia seemingly offers her services to the Wings of Magius, but Yachiyo explained she hired Felicia to spy on them. Subverted when Felicia decides the Wings of Magius offered her a better deal. But she comes back around.
  • The Grinch: Hates Christmas so much that she temporarily declares war on it. The holiday season only serves as a reminder that she can't spend Christmas with her parents anymore.
  • Hired Guns: She works as a mercenary, mostly because she's homeless and needs a way to support herself.
  • I Reject Your Reality: Her wish turns out have something of this effect; the biggest concern she has for her parents' death is because she was directly responsible of it, and she made the wish out of immense guilt she felt. Because her wish can't revive her parents from death, likely because of the lack of her karma weight, she instead was made by the wish to believe that a witch killed them instead to fulfill the implicit goal of the wish; that she's not guilty of the incident.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Her berserk rage often makes her run head first into enemies and obvious traps. Her almost monstrous strength is quite an asset when pulling herself out of that situation.
  • Loner-Turned-Friend: Played With. In the main story she's introduced a solo mercenary who Iroha befriends and brings into her team. However, the side stories show she has other friends among Kamihama's magical girls.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: The main reason why she's swayed by the Magius' brand of propaganda is that she feels guilty for only thinking the witches as mere monsters to exterminate, not knowing that they had died in despair for wishing something that she had also did.
  • Power Glows: As a 5-star, her entire hammer has a purple glow.
  • Rock Bottom: Played for Drama. In Chapter 4, Felicia is cursed by a Rumor to experience misery after twenty-four hours. Felicia doesn't really see the problem because she thinks having dead parents is the worst misery she can experience. Iroha has to convince Felicia that things can get worse, such as her Tragic Keepsake vanishing.
  • Self-Made Orphan: She accidentally burned down her house, killing her parents. Her wish was to undo this mistake, but due to her ambiguous wording, it instead made her think she got orphaned by a witch.
  • Temporarily a Villain: Felicia briefly decides to support Wings of Magius because she felt they were offering her a better deal. Iroha is able to convince Felicia that things will be worse if she doesn't help.
  • Tragic Keepsake: Her stuffed cow doll, which is a memory of her dead parents.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Grade A in her magical girl form with a pair of giant leg warmers.

Sana Futaba

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Base rarity: 2*
Element: Forest
Type: Defense
Magia: Folter Gefängnis
Doppel: Theresia
Illustrated by: Ume Aoki (2*), Koushi Sasagi (3* and 4*)
Voiced by: Yui Ogura

An unconfident magical girl with negative thoughts. She’s obedient when people need her help. If she likes someone, she always stands right by that person’s side silently.

A main character, she debuted on 23 October 2017 and appears as a major ally in Chapter 5. A magical girl with a neglectful family, her wish was to disappear. She befriends the Anonymous AI Rumor and willingly falls into its labyrinth, before crossing paths with the other main characters who investigate her voice when the Rumor sends out as an SOS message. Her wish is to disappear, which makes her personal magic a passive invisible against the magicless people. Her Doppel Theresia is an invisible humanoid sitting on a torture chair, flailing its pendulum head madly in torment.


  • Abusive Parents: Her stepdad called her stupid to her face, and her entire family refused to interact with her directly. No wonder she wished to disappear.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: Because Sana shows genuine kindness to the A.I. Rumor, it questions its "programming" and reaches out to Iroha to get Sana out of there.
  • Boy Meets Ghoul: Sana's predicament in Chapter 5 is that she befriends a Rumor and willingly falls into its labyrinth. The Rumor realizes that she shouldn't be together with it because its nature as a Rumor will have various negative effects on Sana, but Sana doesn't want to leave because of her Friendless Background.
  • Education Papa: Sana's stepdad was a university professor who had two sons of exceptional talents from his previous marriage. So when it turned out that Sana wasn't as smart or athletic as her step-brothers, he sort of gave up on her while still pushing her to be above average so she wouldn't tarnish the family name. He was so obsessed with her grades that he made her do nothing but study every Christmas.
  • Friendless Background: It only contributed to her crippling anxiety and self-loathing.
  • Gratuitous German: Her Limit Break is named Folter Gefängnis, which means "Torture Prison"
  • Hikikomori: For a while, before she met Iroha.
  • Hyperspace Arsenal: Her shield opens up to release weapons, including spiked ball, a pendulum, moving pliers, spiked chains...
  • Invisible Jerkass: Her penchant for torture instruments is likely because of her repressed desire for revenge against those who wronged her. Combined with her passive ability to Invisible to Normals, this will make her skills a perfect crime just waiting to happen. But she doesn't, because she's not that kind of person and her friends are also not that kind of people. Instead, her fascination for torture instruments becomes a fairly harmless quirk.
  • Invisible to Normals: As a result of her wish, only magical girls and the like can see her.
  • Kindhearted Cat Lover: One of the things that somewhat preserved her self-worth is a back-alley stray cat that she befriended. When the cat was taken away, for an unknown reason, her mental fortitude plummeted significantly.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: Her Weapon of Choice is a giant shield.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: She really likes medieval torture instruments.
  • Showgirl Skirt: In her magical girl form.
  • Shrinking Violet: She's the nervous type. Even her transformation sequence has her hiding behind her shield.
  • Surprise Creepy: Downplayed, but her shield contains rather disturbing weapons. Also. the name of her Magia translates to "Torture Prison", and she got a book about historical punishments for Christmas. What is wrong with this girl? Well, we know now... poor thing.
  • Unishment: None of her "bad ends" in Summer 2018 event really have a bad effect on her other than cutting the event plot short. One ending, where she becomes a famous marine biologist, is an outright Earn Your Happy Ending against her family's constant derision that plagues her backstory.
  • Wicked Stepmother: Lived in fear of hers, as her parents are long dead.

Lil' Kyubey

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  • But Thou Must!: The player is allowed to choose his dialogue at certain points, but they only alter a few lines of dialogue at best.
  • Butt-Monkey: It's a Running Gag that no matter what choice the Kyubey (read: player) chooses, Iroha will instead Take a Third Option.
  • Canon Name: Lil' Kyubey, as seen here.
  • Empty Shell: The Kyubey is more literal empty shell than a mere player self-insert, he's a body of an Incubator that had been robbed of its sentience when Ui, Touka, and Nemu made their wishes to supplant the witch system. When Ui was in verge of turning into a witch because she couldn't take the burden of her personal magic, in a last ditch move Touka and Nemu sealed her sentience into the empty Kyubey body to prevent her grief into clouding her Soul Gem. The reason why the amnesiac Iroha, Touka and Nemu get their memories back when they touch him is because that's the memory of Ui that jostles the memories back.
  • Demoted to Extra: He doesn't disappear, but his importance to the plot decreases after the first chapter.
  • Hello, [Insert Name Here]: The player is allowed to choose his name.
  • Intelligible Unintelligible: He can only say "Mokyu", but Iroha inexplicably understands him anyway.
  • MacGuffin: Iroha looks for him in the first Chapter because she believes he can help explain her dreams. When she touches him she suddenly remembers her sister.
  • Pokémon Speak: Sorta. All he can say is "Mokyu".
  • Red Herring: Iroha believes that she regains her memories regarding Ui the first time is because she hugged the Kyubey, so she decides that to make Touka and Nemu come to their senses and remember just how corrupt they became, they have to touch him too. It doesn't work, and Kyubey-kicking ensues.
  • Super-Deformed: He's basically a super-deformed Kyubey.
  • Team Pet: He's basically Iroha's pet.

Momoko's Team

Tropes applying to the entire team:

Momoko Togame

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Base rarity: 4*
Element: Flame
Type: Balance
Magia: Edge of Universe
Doppel: Elfriede
Illustrated by: Ume Aoki
Voiced by: Mikako Komatsu
A magical girl with an elder sister-type disposition who saves magical girl apprentices in peril. She has older and younger brothers, and boyish frankness is part of her personality. But in truth, she loves cute things like stuffed animals. Perhaps because of her admiration of cute things, she is a fan of female idols.

One of the initial playable characters, she appears in Chapter 1 as a major ally. One of the veterans in Kamihama City. It is revealed in Chapter 6 that she used to be Yachiyo's teammate along with Tsuruno, Mifuyu, and a deceased girl named Meru until she left a year ago because of a misunderstanding and Meru turning into a witch. Her wish was to summon the courage to confess to her crush, but didn't actually confess because another girl had confessed first.


  • All Love Is Unrequited/Be Careful What You Wish For: Her wish was for the courage to confess to the boy she liked. Unfortunately, someone else confessed before she did. Momoko's courage, and the fact that her wish affected herself and not him, presumably keeps her from suffering like Sayaka did.
  • Armor-Piercing Attack: Her Connect causes the target's attack to ignore defense.
  • Bare Your Midriff: As a magical girl.
  • Big Damn Heroes: At the end of Chapter 3, Iroha is forced to fight Mami Tomoe. Momoko then arrives and tells Mami to get lost. Unwilling to escalate, Mami complies.
  • BFS: As big as she is tall.
  • Cool Big Sis: She's protective of other magical girls.
  • Dark Secret: Chapter 6 reveals that she knows where witches come from.
  • Heroes Prefer Swords: A curved sword is her weapon of choice.
  • Machete Mayhem: That behemoth is actually a Sugar Cane Machete, though it's used for cutting down witches and Rumors instead.
  • Only Friend: To Rena, at first.
  • Outnumbered Sibling: The middle child of a large family and the only girl.
  • Showgirl Skirt: As a magical girl.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Has brothers but no sisters.
  • Team Mom: She's the mediator to the constantly bickering Rena and Kaede, and she needles Rena about her sugar-filled diet so much that Rena complains that she talks like an old man.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: She's a tomboy that is fond of cute things and knows how to cook.
  • Tomboyish Ponytail: A waist-long one.
  • We Used to Be Friends: It's shown that she was close to Yachiyo in the past, but in the present they don't get along.. Chapter 6 clarifies they used to be teammates, but Yachiyo drove her off after another teammate became a witch. Momoko and Yachiyo reconcile at the end of the chapter.

Rena Minami

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Base rarity: 4*
Element: Water
Type: Balance
Magia: Infinite Poseidon
Doppel: Cendrillon
Illustrated by: Ume Aoki
Voiced by: Kaori Ishihara

A clumsy magical girl who doesn’t know how to express herself. Ordinarily, she hides the lack of confidence behind a triumphant attitude, so it is easy to mislead new acquaintances. She also has a sweet tooth. Her hobby is chasing female idols.

One of the initial playable characters, she appears as a minor antagonist in Chapter 2 under the influence of the Break-up Staircase Rumor and a minor character in Christmas 2017 event. Her wish was to have the power to change into a different person, allowing her to alter her appearence at will. Her Doppel, Cendrillon, also has the ability to shapeshift.


  • Anger Born of Worry: Her default emotion. Being the resident Tsundere and having a best friend who's not good in a fight are a terrible combination.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: In Chapter 2 after she's captured by the Rumor of the Breakup Staircase.
  • Ditto Fighter: In the Last Magia, it is revealed that when Rena is sufficiently familiar with a magical girl, she can even use their personal magic when disguising as them, as seen when she transforms into Kaede and use her vine control to help the real Kaede restraining Walpurgisnacht.
  • Emotionally Tongue-Tied: Even when not under the influence of a Rumor, Rena cannot express herself effectively.
  • Fairytale Motifs: Her witch's name is the French version of Cinderella. It takes the form of a glass slipper.
  • Flaw Exploitation: Rena constantly pick fights with her friends due to her Tsundere nature... which makes her an easy target for a Rumor that takes effect when you say a friendship is over.
  • Friendless Background: Rena wasn't good with people to begin with, and her classmates misinterpreted her shy silence as contempt. To make matters worse, her family moved around a lot when she was young, so this happened over and over and over until she gave up on friendship entirely.
  • Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!: After Momoko's attempt to cheer Kaede up after she finds out about the magical girls system doesn't really show result, Rena steps in to do so... by inciting a catfight between Kaede and herself. It works, as it shows that Kaede still has that fire in her.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: In her side story, when Momoko, Rena's only friend, becomes friends with Kaede.
  • Heroic Self-Deprecation: She really doesn't like herself and her wish was to be able to change her appearance.
  • Imposter Forgot One Detail: Her shapeshifting power is top-notch... if Rena knows the person she's turning into. Her transformation is usually tainted by her own perception of that person, so much that she can botch her own disguise by acting out of character of the person she'd disguised as. Since she's also very judgmental and stubborn, she won't change her perceptions easily. The end result is a shapeshifter who's bad at shapeshifting.
  • Inferiority Superiority Complex: She tends to hide her lack of confidence behind a more triumphant attitude.
  • Master of Disguise: Thanks to her wish, she change her appearance to match other people's, though she can be given away by not mirroring specific quirks.
  • Prongs of Poseidon: Her weapon is a trident, though it's somewhat different from Yachiyo's. As an added reference, her Magia is named "Infinite Poseidon."
  • Sour Outside, Sad Inside: Under that proud facade is a lonely, scared girl who constantly insults herself.
  • Sweet Tooth: Has a fondness for sweets, and puts so much sugar in her tea that Momoko worries she'll get diabetes.
  • Third-Person Person: Rena talks like this.
  • Tsundere: Rena's pride, hot temper and inability to be honest with her feelings actually get her in trouble with the Rumor of the Breakup Staircase.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Kaede. As much as they bicker, Rena doesn't want to lose her.
  • Water Is Blue: Like Yachiyo, she's an Aqua element girl with blue hair and a mostly blue outfit.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Grade B as a magical girl, with the attitude and twintails required for Grade S.

Kaede Akino

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Base rarity: 3*
Element: Forest
Type: Magia
Magia: Judgement Earth
Doppel: Zola
Illustrated by: Ume Aoki
Voiced by: Ayaka Ōhashi

A very shy, always worrying magical girl. However, she’s nice, cares about her friends, and will face difficulties for the sake of her team members. Loves nature, such as plants and insects, and at home, she works hard in her garden. Her hobby is crane games, even though she’s not good at them.

One of the initial playable characters, she appears in Chapter 1 as an NPC before returning as a minor antagonist in Chapter 2 under the influence of the Break-up Staircase Rumor. Her wish was that an apartment building across from her garden would never be built, because it would have blocked the sunlight from reaching her garden.


  • Brainwashed and Crazy: In Chapter 2 after she's captured by the Rumor of the Breakup Staircase.
  • Cowardly Lion: Not exactly the most brave person but it doesn't stop her when it comes to friends.
  • Field Power Effect: Her Magia makes targets even more prone to their elemental weakness.
  • Genius Loci: It is implied from the description that Zola, should Kaede turns into a witch, is both a witch and a witch barrier.
  • Green Thumb: She loves gardening at home, and her powers seem to create plants.
  • Heroic BSoD: Between her and Rena, she takes the truth of the magical girl system the hardest. While Rena cries like she had never cried before, Kaede withdraws to herself to the point of Momoka saying that she will keep Kaede company whenever wherever she wants, even if she has to break into Kaede's house at night to do so.
  • Heroic Self-Deprecation: A trait she and Rena have in common, though Kaede is more open about it.
  • Magic Staff: Uses it to summon plants to attack enemies with.
  • Nature Lover: To the point that she wishes for a building to never be built, as it would hinder her home garden's growth.
  • Nervous Wreck: The stress of being a magical girl and dealing with Rena have not been good for Kaede.
  • Nice Girl: She's quite friendly towards other people.
  • Nice Hat: Has one as a magical girl, though she doesn't wear it.
  • Power Glows: As a 5-star, her staff has a green glow on the top, where it curves.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Rena, as mentioned above.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Grade B as a magical girl.

Other

Mitama Yakumo

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Base rarity: 4*
Element: Void
Type: Support
Magia: Structure Destruction
Doppel: Totentanz
Illustrated by: Punyan
Voiced by: Yui Horie

The shopkeeper of Magia Record, as well as the girl you see when you do a gacha roll. In the game's plot, Mitama runs a magical girl business in Kamihama City. In exchange for Grief Seeds, she strengthens a magical girl's magic, allowing them to fight the stronger witches of Kamihama. Because of this, the magical girls of Kamihama refer to her as the Adjuster. Her existence is just one more mystery of Kamihama. Her wish was to be the force that destroys the city.

Origially an NPC, Mitama was later added as a playable character along with the Void element.


  • The Atoner: She made her wish to be someone who will destroy Kamihama City at a moment of weakness after being Madden Into Misanthropy, but after she cooled her head and she found people she can genuinely calls friends, she seriously nerfs herself into mere support both to help others preventing her wish from coming true and to protect her friends from the effect of her personal magic.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: After her contract, she no longer maintains the perfect student face she had previously and becomes a truant. Her test scores nevertheless are still topnotch.
  • The Gadfly: Downplayed, but she's known to tease her customers.
  • Improbable Weapon User: She fights by throwing a tablecloth on enemies.
  • Intimate Healing: A variation. It's Super Empowering, not healing, and the intimacy comes from Mitama touching a Soul Gem... which is touching a magical girl's soul. It's reinforced by Mitama being able to see the past of the magical girl she's touching.
  • Lethal Chef: Not only is her food so bad that only Kyouko can finish it, but the way she holds utensils is dangerous. Knives have a tendency to go flying when she's in the kitchen.
  • Madden Into Misanthropy: She was transferred from Daito Academy to Mizuna Girl's School because she has a very good student record. But because the caste conflict that prevalent in the school environment, Mitama had a hard time in the school until she was blamed for harming the daughter of an important family when defending herself from being pushed off a stair. When returned to her old school, her schoolmates were blaming her for tarnishing the community's name because her transfer was highlighted by media. Expelled from the high class Mizuna Ward, rejected by the low class Daito Ward with no one to turn to, Mitama swore revenge on Kamihama City and made her wish. She regrets it nowadays, though.
  • Malicious Slander: The details of her expulsion from Mizuna Girl's Highschool were so twisted by local media that even the current freshmen and sophomores of Mizuna don't know anything about the incident except for mouth-to-mouth rumors.
  • Mystical White Hair: She has white hair and is an extremely unusual and mysterious magical girl.
  • Necessary Drawback: Mitama's Connect, "It might cost you, you know♪", substantially heals a character and provides them a hefty bonus to damage against enemies with status effects. However, it inflicts a debuff to the character's defense. Similarly, Mitama's Magia inflicts several guaranteed status effects on enemies and boosts the attack of the entire party, which synergizes with her Connect. However, Mitama is inflicted with Curse status. (The Memoria "My Bible" can prevent this however).
  • Non-Action Guy: Unlike every other magical girl, she can't fight witches. What she can do is strengthen the other girls' powers in exchange for Grief Seeds. Played with now that she's becoming playable - while she can be used in battle she specializes as a Support character. Even her Magia deals no damage.
  • Non-Elemental: Mitama is the first character to have the Void element, which doesn't interact with any of the Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors match-ups; it is neithier weak nor strong against any other element.
  • Non-Player Character: Originally unplayable. Justified due to her claim that she can't actually fight. Subverted when she was Promoted to Playable.
  • Older Than She Looks: She makes allusions of things that no millennial make, like of a TV show that long since ended or using Showa-period jargons. When anyone gets suspicious because of it and asks just how old she is, she immediately answers that she's seventeen years old. Telling her that she's older than that is a recipe of disaster, as Ayame finds out.
  • Only Friend: After her fall from grace, Kanagi was the only one who supported her through rough times, so she's the only one Mitama values. And then Momoko came, and Yachiyo, and everyone else - as the number of her bonds grow, Mitama's heart thaws.
  • Promoted to Playable: Originally the NPC shopkeeper, she was made into a playable character.
  • Psychometry: A side-effect of her power is to see the past of the magical girl whose Soul Gem she's touching.
  • Rage Breaking Point: The extent of verbal abuse from Daito's students got so bad that she almost attacked a boy with a fire extinguisher. Kanagi stopped her before she did something that she might regret, while also protecting Mitama when the boys started to retaliate.
  • Red Herring: Despite some hints to the contrary, she's just as much in the dark about the mysteries of Kamihama.
  • Shopkeeper: She's the in-game shopkeeper and runs the gatcha pulls.
  • The Social Expert: Thanks to her powers, she can see into the pasts of her clients, so she knows their motivations and mental states basically immediately. She's also pretty perceptive in general... unless you're reacting to her cooking.
  • Super Empowering: Her magic lets her strengthen the power of other magical girls. She sells this service in exchange for Grief Seeds.
  • True Neutral: Invoked; her incapability to fight for herself forces her to be neutral for sake of survival, though she's already thinking about taking a side for a long time. While Mitama insists that she impartially sells her services, in practice she can get a little more involved. At one point Mitama claims that she lends her power to bonds, and indeed we see her nudge Masara and Kokoro into becoming friends. She even offers her services to Iroha and Yachiyo for free when they attempt to rescue their brainwashed friends.
  • Walking Wasteland: Her personal magic is not strengthening other magical girls' power, it's decaying and weakening their power at incredible speed. Looking at the way her power works, it seems Mitama herself isn't immune to the effect as her Soul Gem is also tainted fast every time she uses her power. Her "strengthening" service is actually her deliberately using her power the wrong way as taught by her mentor, so it instead gives the opposite result.
    • From the animations, she seems to damage her enemies by sheer Status Ailment that is simply calculated as damage count by the game interface, which explains just how she can attack by draping her target with silk cloth.

Kanae Yukino

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Base rarity: 4*
Element: Dark
Type: Balance
Magia: Limiter Cut
Doppel: Gibdaughter
Illustrated by: NOCO
Voiced by: Nanako Mori

A former teammate of Yachiyo and Mifuyu. She died fighting a witch some time before the story begins. Her death caused Yachiyo and Mifuyu to learn that Soul Gems were actually souls. Her wish was to stop delinquents from bothering her.


  • Because You Were Nice to Me: She bonded with Yachiyo and Mifuyu because they saved her from a particularly cruel thug that seemed to focus-target her. She's especially fond of Yachiyo's grandmother because she was accepted in Yachiyo's home on the grandmother's hospitality.
  • Big Sister Mentor: She's this to Meru in the "Voice from Beyond" story event, mostly at 'being a ghost' thing.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: She often gets in troubles because her very stubborn insistence to save just about anyone terrorized by local gangs. She made her wish just so she could destroy one.
  • Face of a Thug: She really looks like a delinquent, with her sharp eyes and pierced ears, but she's not a bad person. If anything, she looks like a delinquent because she wants to discourage the real delinquent from picking fight with her, with minimal result.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Died protecting Yachiyo.
  • Incredibly Lame Pun: The name of her witch/doppel is a pun on guitar maker Gibson. It's not Gibson, it's Gibdaughter.
  • Irony: She was made playable at the same time as Meru. Despite having her Soul Gem crushed, Kanae gets a Doppel while Meru, who actually became a witch, doesn't.
  • Knight In Sour Armor: While there are times where it looks like her paranoia would make her snap at anyone, she's always thoughtful, kind, heroic, and loyal without erring.
  • Lad-ette: Kanae stands out among other characters in Magia Record for being exceedingly manly in physique, manners, and voice timber-wise even compared to the likes of Kyouko or Felicia, which is weird because she uses a girlish atashi as her first person.
  • Our Ghosts Are Different: During her event, she watches the events of the main story play out from the afterlife. Though it might have been All Just a Dream of Yachiyo's.
  • Pipe Pain: Her weapon is a rusty metal pipe.
  • Promoted to Playable: Appeared in flashbacks before being made playable.
  • Smoking Is Cool: She doesn't smoke, but her pipe weapon resembles a traditional Japanese smoking pipe that gives off black smoke.

Meru Anna

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Base rarity: 3*
Element: Forest
Type: Support
Magia: Dark Arcana
Illustrated by: katsutake
Voiced by: Kanon Takao

A former teammate of Yachiyo, Mifuyu, Momoko, and Tsuruno. Before the story begins, she became a witch after her team fought a battle while Tsuruno was absent. Her wish was for her predictions to always be 100% accurate.


  • Death Dealer: Uses Tarot Cards as weapons.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Used the last of her magic protecting Yachiyo, becoming a witch afterward.
  • Irony: She was made playable at the same time as Kanae. Despite becoming a witch, Meru has no Doppel while Kanae, who had her Soul Gem crushed, gets one.
  • Our Ghosts Are Different: During her event she watches the events of of the main story happen from the afterlife. Though it turns out the real Meru couldn't become a ghost because she became a witch. The Meru seen in the event is a sort of replica Kanae made from Meru's thoughts and feelings. Then again, it might have been All Just a Dream of Yachiyo's.
  • Promoted to Playable: Appeared in flashbacks before being made playable.
  • Tarot Motifs: She seems to assign specific Major Arcana on things; the Tower or the Moon for her enemies and the Star for her friends. It's because of her personal magic that she can weaponizes the Major Arcana into making the result that she wants.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: It never goes that far, but her insistence that people should listen to her fortune-telling is somewhat overbearing. Her accurate prediction starts to make her a potential fatalist because it validates the You Can't Fight Fate nature of her magic, until her talk with Yachiyo causes her to realize that her magic, thus herself, is at fault when Tsuruno got a severe stomachache from her bad fortune result. Her desire to help other people with her fortune-telling becomes the thing that causes them misfortune, and that is something that Meru will not do.
  • The Watson: In "Voice from Beyond" story event, she serves as this to Kanae regarding the mechanism of the magical girl's afterlife.
  • Winds of Destiny, Change: Her magic is not that she always accurately predicts the future; it's that she skews fate into making her general prediction true. While this is pretty convenient, she can't really control the results of her fortune telling thus potentially falls victim to You Can't Fight Fate even worse than any other people. After a talk with Yachiyo, she agrees to never again tell fortunes but secretly made her last prediction that Yachiyo found in her and Iroha training event, one year later.

Kanagi Izumi

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Base rarity: 4*
Element: Light
Type: Attack
Magia: Light of Conviction
Doppel: Catacombe
Illustrated by: Koushi Sasagi
Voiced by: Sayaka Senbongi
The top magical girl of the eastern half of Kamihama. In the past she and Yachiyo used to compete for territory, but they abandoned hostilities before Kamihama's witch population increased (which would have made their conflict pointless). Kanagi is also an old friend and schoolmate of Mitama's. Before the story begins, Kanagi used to have several magical girls under her, but they all defected to the Wings of Magius. During the main story Yachiyo asks Kanagi if they can investigate a Rumor and the Wings of Magius in her territory; Kanagi offers to help Yachiyo without hesitation. Her wish was to know why everyone hates Daitou Ward.

Kanagi's personal magic allows her to read minds when close.


  • Anti-Hero: Her side-story reveals that while she's still very heroic otherwise and her actions are aligned to do good, she has no love for Kamihama as a city and doesn't really mind if the place itself is destroyed.
  • The Apocalypse Brings Out the Best in People: Her side story shows that she has a view that Kamihama City is irredeemable of its class prejudice because the class conflict has been there since the foundation of the city. While she understands that not everyone is like that, the fact stands that most of the city would still propagate the hatred even when the reason of said hatred is forgotten. Thus the only solution of this problem is for Kamihama's segregated wards to be destroyed and the Kamihama people have no choice but to set aside their prejudice to rebuild the city tegether. She's simply against the Wings of Magius because they don't care about Kamihama's people as a whole, which is against even her standard.
  • Big Good: She's the boss of the eastern side of Kamihama, just like Yachiyo is the boss of the western side.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: She appears in Tsukasa's and Mitama's sidestories before appearing in the main plot. It's later revealed Tsukasa was part of Kanagi's team.
  • Cosplay Café: She works at a maid cafe, of all places. She's pretty bad at it mostly because her personality is closer to the maids in Tsundere Cafe, but she still holds her job and is quite popular, implied because her costumers are a bunch of masochists.
  • Excuse Me While I Multitask: Her introduction in the main story has her beating the crap out of some Black Feathers while talking on a cell phone.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: Her cape is cut diagonally, so one side is longer than the other. Same with her boots.
  • High-Class Glass: Her soul gem is a monocle over her right eye.
  • Lady of War: Not only she's this in battle, she carries this persona even in her workplace; she's maid whose personality is straight-laced, militaristic badass who likes to make dramatic and heroic poses (the last one is Karin's fault).
  • Mind Reading: She can read minds when close.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Her concern regarding the Wings of Magius is that the Magius took a lot of her juniors, especially those from Daito ward, to be their expendable minions. Against her former junior Tsukasa, she simply punishes her no worse than some whip cracks before sending her off with Tsukuyo despite how severe her slight potentially is because Kanagi knows that Tsukasa and Tsukuyo are no more than Magius' chumps in the grand scheme of things. In Meru's sidestory, it is revealed that Meru was originally Kanagi's subordinate and Kanagi was originally forbidding Meru from venturing to the west Kamihama out of fear of class discrimination, but conceded when she knew that Yachiyo was going to take care of Meru.
  • Secret Test of Character: In Chapter 7 she tries to test Iroha's itentions by not intervening when she fights the Wings of Magius. When Iroha thinks about how she has to save her friend, Kanagi immediately comes to her aid. Kanagi then apologizes, saying that Tsukasa had told her Iroha's group was trying to take her territory and she had to make sure of the truth.
  • Sixth Ranger: Teams up with both Iroha's and Momoko's groups during Chapter 7, and continues to be their ally in Chapter 8.
  • Shout-Out: Her doppel description is a reference to "The Cat Office", a short story by famous Japanese author Kenji Miyazawa.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: She wished to know the reason why the western Kamihama is so marginalized and she found out why; no reason at all. The ward was simply marginalized since forever that no one remember the reason in the first place, and the current citizens simply hate the place because it's the tradition. Denouncing the city as corrupt, Kanagi is bidding her time to see opportunity to destroy the city so the citizens have no choice but to work together.
  • Whip It Good: Her weapon is a riding crop.

Non-Player Characters

Ui Tamaki

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  • Broken Record: The false Ui Iroha encounters in Chapter 3. It just repeats the same line about coming to Kamihama City to save magical girls.
  • Eldritch Abomination: She's Embryo Eve; the giant bipedal moth with eyelids partially sewn shut. So large she is, that Iroha is only about as tall as one of her talons when she is in her first and smallest form. So strong she is, that the Magius are confident that she can win against the Walpurgisnacht.
  • Freudian Trio: She was part of one with her two friends at the hospital. Her scientifically-inclined friend Touka was the superego, while her creative writer friend Nemu was the id. Ui, as the mediator between the two, is the ego.
  • Ill Girl: She was sick with an unspecified illness. Iroha's wish was to heal her.
  • Mundane MacGuffin Person: Iroha's role in the plot is driven by her desire to find her sister Ui.
  • Mysterious Waif: We really don't know much about her, and she's the reason Iroha came to Kamihama City.
  • Present Absence: She's completely vanished, but Iroha still remembers and searches for her.
  • Ret Gone: Ui hasn't just disappeared; it's like she never existed in the first place. For example, her side of the room she shared with Iroha is now completely empty. Only Iroha remembers Ui exists, and even she forgot Ui at first.
  • The Unintelligible: Eve speaks like she's halfway talking in witch runes. Her familiars, those large-headed swallows that are seen through the story, are repeating her words and searching for her older sister. It is until she comes directly face to face with Eve that Iroha realizes that those swallows are saying the delirious slurring of her witch-turned sister.
    (The text): Hobe-myan! Nyannyomyaemyame!
    (Translation): Onee-chan! Yatto aeta ne! (Big Sis! We can finally meet!)

Sayuki Fumino

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  • Cool Sword: She doesn't actually use one, but she loves swords, especially ancient ones. She has a katana-shaped barrette in magical girl form, her most treasured item is a book on ancient swords, and during Mayu's side story she's dying to see the exhibit on ancient swords that the art museum Mayu works at is putting on.
  • Idol Singer: She is mentioned to be Rena Minami's favorite idol.
  • Nice Girl: Very sweet and friendly, and is friends with fellow Nice Girl Mayu.
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie: She's kind and has peach-colored hair.

    Madoka Magica Characters 
For more entries related to these characters, please see Puella Magi Madoka Magica - Magical Girls

Mami Tomoe

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Base rarity: 4*
Element: Forest
Type: Magia
Magia: Tiro Finale
Doppel: Candeloro
Illustrated by: Ume Aoki
Voiced by: Kaori Mizuhashi

A magical girl that has been fighting witches in Mitakihara City for longer than Madoka Kaname and the others. A third year at Mitakihara Middle School. As a magical girl, she is a good senpai to Madoka and the others, and she takes pride in being able to save people. She likes black tea.

The first Mitakihara magical girl lured into Kamihama City. Initially appearing in the prologue, she debuts in the main story Chapter 3 as an antagonist, mistaking Iroha's Doppel for a Witch and trying to kill her, before retreating from Momoko. Afterward she disappears under mysterious circumstances, causing Madoka and company to go to Kamihama to look for her. It turns out she joined the Wings of Magius - see Holy Mami's section for more details. Her Doppel is Candeloro, a shy and good-natured Doppel whose vines can bind and pierce enemies.


  • Action Girl: She's been fighting for so long that some of the magical girls in Kamihama have heard rumours about her prowess.
  • Big Sister Mentor: As usual. She inspires Homura and gives her special training when she asks for it. She also gave tips to another magical girl who was having problems.
  • Chekhov M.I.A.: She first appears in the main story antagonizing Iroha because she mistakes Iroha for a witch. The next time she's mentioned, Madoka and Homura are searching for her because she never comes back from that encounter. Alina says that she and Mami fought and implies that Alina won, but no one still can find her even after the heroes shatter Alina's barrier.
  • Entertainingly Wrong: When she sees Iroha summon her Doppel, Mami comes to the conclusion that she's a witch in disguise and attacks her.
  • Glass Cannon: She hits hard and can even inflict debuffs, but she's more or less made of paper. It doesn't help that her Magia also inflicts a debuff on her.
  • Mythology Gag: Tiro Finale temporarily lowering her Defense is referencing the events surrounding her death in anime's timeline. Additionally, in Homura's side story she gets into a fight with Homura that resembles the one from Rebellion, except it's a training spar instead of a more serious fight.
  • Necessary Drawback: Tiro Finale is extremely powerful but debuffs Mami's defense for a turn - see Mythology Gag above. However, this attack usually forces all enemies to lose a turn anyway.
  • Nice Hat: Since Candeloro is so small, her Doppel manifests as Candeloro sitting on a cute sunbonnet.

Kyouko Sakura

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Base rarity: 4*
Element: Flame
Type: Attack
Magia: Kugatachi
Doppel: Ophelia
Illustrated by: Ume Aoki (4*)
Voiced by: Ai Nonaka

A magical girl from Kazamino City. She does not attend school, and nobody knows where she lives. Because of her self-centered personality and pragmatism, she often clashes with other girls. She's usually eating something. Her weapon is an articulated spear. She can also use barrier magic.

One of Mami's wayward juniors, who has a slightly better relationship with others in this story. Not exactly friendly, but not quite hostile either, Kyouko amasses a network of connections with Kamihama magical girls from her vagrant lifestyle. Appears as a major ally in Chapter 4 after being cursed by the Misery Rhyton Rumor along with Iroha and Felicia. Her Doppel is Ophelia, who has all of Kyouko's old illusion powers she rejected because of a personal tragedy.


  • Badass Longcoat: Kyouko gains one that floats behind her whenever she summons Ophelia.
  • Big Eater: Of course. Kyouko befriends another magical girl just because she feeds Kyouko for free.
    • Kyouko even manages to choke down Mitama's horrendous cooking.
  • Big Sister Instinct: When Yuma gets lost in Kamihama City because of Oriko's scheme, Kyouko willingly works with other magical girls to search for her. She would even put herself in Shizuku's debt if Shizuku wouldn't help out of the goodness of her heart.
  • Fire Is Red: Flame element magical girl with red hair and costume.
  • Fire-Forged Friends: Arguably happens between herself and Iroha's team as they fight together against the Rumor of the Misery Rhyton and the Wings of Magius.
  • I Was Just Passing Through: Kyouko's excuse when she rescues Ren Isuzu is that she was just here to kill the witch that was tormenting her. Ren being in trouble had absolutely nothing to do with it.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Her side story is full of her acting like a Jerkass to other magical girl before helping them. She berates herself the whole time she's saving them.
  • Lightning Bruiser: She's extremely fast and extremely strong, with large attack range from her segmented spear. It's a Badass Boast of the Kyouko playerbase that she can win a full team PvP fights by herself due to specializing in AoE Blast attacks that will hit anyone without fail. Leans a little on the Glass Cannon side, though, due to below average defenses.
  • Man on Fire: In her transformation sequence. Set off by a paper cutout of her sister, no less.
  • Mechanical Horse: Kyouko rides a candle-holder horse whenever she summons Ophelia.

Madoka Kaname

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Base rarity: 4*
Element: Light
Type: Heal, Support (Haregi)
Magia: Pluvia Magica
Doppel: Kriemhild Gretchen
Illustrated by: Koushi Sasagi (4*), Ume Aoki (5*)
Voiced by: Aoi Yuuki

An incredibly gifted magical girl who operates in Mitakihara City. She is a second year at Mitakihara Middle School. Her family consists of her father, mother, and little brother. Because of her innocent, gentle personality and her thoughtfulness towards others, she always has people around her. During battle, she uses a bow as a weapon.

One of Mami's juniors, a newbie who is also a genius magical girl. After Mami goes missing, Madoka goes to Kamihama City with Homura to search for her. Initially appearing in the prologue, she debuts in Chapter 5 as a major ally helping Witch-kissed civilians. Her Doppel is Krienhild Gretchen, a Soul Gem-shaped Doppel who creates a barrier that will absorb and smother its targets.


  • All-Loving Heroine: She does good simply because she wants to. Kamihama magical girls are immediately enamored by her because she's so guileless with actions. In her Valentine 2018 story, it comes to the point where, when she's given a chocolate that will only let her out of the Rumor barrier and she has to abandon Kako and Kanoko, without a second thought she breaks her chocolate to share it despite being warned that each chocolate is a representation of the owner's destiny and breaking it might have a terrible repercussion.
  • Beat Still, My Heart: When a Doppel manifests, it usually transforms some parts of the magical girl in return. Kriemhild Gretchen manifests as Madoka's Soul Gem, taking a large chunk of Madoka's chest with it.
  • Demonic Possession: In Summer 2018 event, Madoka gets possessed by a ghost and attacks Homura because the ghost's girlfriend made contract and it is implied that she turned into a witch, and the ghost smells the same witch's curse from the group. The ghost attacks Homura in an attempt to ask for her aid to kill her girlfriend before she's turning witch next time, knowing that Homura is a time traveler.
  • Hope Bringer: Even without becoming a goddess, Madoka inspires those she helps and keeps them going.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Madoka attacks with a shuttlecock and a Kyubey-patterned paddle in her Haregi form.
  • Mythology Gag:
    • Her Doppel takes the form of a Soul Gem, which refers to a piece of art from Puella Magi Madoka Magica Portable.
    • Her morning log-in greeting is the wake-up call she makes for her mother.
  • Rain of Arrows: Her Magia is the shower of arrows seen when she's taking her place as the Law of Cycle, complete with its Instant Runes.
  • Torso with a View: Kriemhild Gretchen punches a hole in Madoka's chest every time she summons it.

Homura Akemi

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Base rarity: 4* (special)
Element: Dark
Type: Support
Magia: Time Stop Special
Doppel: Homulilly
Illustrated by: Koushi Sasagi
Voiced By: Chiwa Saitou

A timid magical girl who wished to become a being that could protect Madoka. A second year in Mitakihara Middle School. She is repeating the same time frame over and over to try and change the future where Madoka transforms into a witch. When she got a chance, she came to Kamihama City in hopes of finding a way to change the future.

One of Mami's juniors, a version of Homura who had time-traveled at least three times. Initially appearing in the prologue as the point-of-view character, her main motivation to investigate Kamihama City is to find out about the mysterious girl who appeared inside her time-stop. A major ally in Chapter 5, joining the group after helping Tsuruno and Felicia catch Tsukuyo for an interrogation.

When the game began, Homura was given out for free as a pregistration bonus. Currently, she must be purchased in the in-game shop for a large amount of an in-game currency. Certain events can provide other methods of obtaining her, for a limited time. Because of this, Homura was the only base 4* who couldn't awaken to 5* until an in-game event uncapped her.


  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Downplayed because she's not malicious, but her uncap event shows that she can already be cold and ruthless even this early in the timeline. She's a lot more defeatist than she shows and she feigns ignorance about the witches while also keeping up a lot of her Shrinking Violet persona to avoid suspicion. She gets her Doppel when she thought she was turning witch at the beginning of the Mitakihra group's search for Mami, and her reaction was basically her "timeline three" offer to Madoka - embracing her incoming witchdom and destroying everything.
  • Cooldown Manipulation: Her personal Memoria inflicts Skill Quicken on herself, making cooldowns run out faster. Her Magia does the same for the entire team.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Is classified as Dark element, but is a friendly person.
  • Irony: In spite of being in poor physical health before she contracted, she has one of the highest Health stats even as a 4-star (though her Defense being relatively normal balances it out).
  • Heroic Self-Deprecation: She doesn't have much self-esteem; when praising Mami's style as "calm and gorgeous," she calls hers opposite of that.
  • Late-Arrival Spoiler: Is a Walking Spoiler in the anime, and yet the game doesn't even try to hide her existence.
  • Meganekko: She is even called glasses version of Homura.
  • More Dakka: Her Doppel uses GAU-Avenger 8, a military grade anti-tank cannon with high fire rate and a gun not meant to be carried by a human, to rain bullets on enemies.
  • Not a Morning Person: Tends to stay up late at night, studying magic. This results in her still being somewhat sleepy in the morning.
  • Power Glows: As a 5-star, the tip of her golf club gets a purple glow.
  • Shrinking Violet: Since this is her old self that isn't distant and aloof, she sometimes gets nervous around people, like when eating together.
  • Spontaneous Weapon Creation: It is said that Homulilly's guns are not previously procured weapons that Homura stole and kept inside her shield, but a momentary construct that Homura made from her sand based on the knowledge she had gathered. Mami taught her well.
  • Talk to the Fist: When Felicia shouts at a bystander (Homura) that the fleeing Tsukuyo is a dine-and-dasher, Tsukuyo tries to threaten Homura in a desperate bravado. Realizing that her opponent is a magical girl, Homura pulls out a gun and threatens Tsukuyo back. Tsukuyo promptly wilts.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: Homura arguably suffered the most in the anime, and this version of her still has self-esteem issues. Apparently the writers thought Homura needed some encouragement, because in each of her side story chapters she meets a magical girl who tells her she's really cool. Heck, her third side story has her meet a magical girl cheerleader, for Madokami's sake.
  • The Last of These Is Not Like the Others: Used to be the only girl that starts without a rank up available and was the only 4* that couldn't become a 5*.

Sayaka Miki

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Base rarity: 4*
Element: Aqua
Type: Defense
Magia: Prestissimo Agitato
Doppel: Oktavia von Seckendorff
Illustrated by: Koushi Sasagi
Voiced by: Eri Kitamura

  • Adaptational Nice Guy: This game shows Sayaka in what might be her best emotional stability in a normal situation. While she's still a hothead, she's a lot more understanding and less prejudiced toward Homura and Kyouko than she otherwise would. When in situations where she would burst into anger or impatience, she more often than not holds back to talk calmly or rationalize that her actions would upset everyone before she could start running her mouth. The most obvious case of this might be her interaction with Homura in the Summer 2018 event story.
  • Big Damn Hero: In Chapter 6, she steps in when Holy Mami attacks the injured Iroha and Yachiyo.
  • Butt-Monkey: In Summer 2018 story and the accompanying Swimsuit Homura's side story, she gets a lot of punishment just for walking on the beach. To wit, she gets talked into wearing a ridiculous costumes, gets electrocuted by the costume's fan, gets thrown around by Oktavia, and gets fished out of the water by Homura as her contest-winning fish.
  • Defense Mechanism Superpower: While all Doppels are generally this, Sayaka gets the special mention since Oktavia comes out in an otherwise pretty casual situation. In Summer 2018 event story, when Sayaka gets electrocuted by her costumes's fan as she falls into the sea, Oktavia bursts out of her to prevent Sayaka from touching water. Of course, since Oktavia is a mermaid, swimming in the sea causes Oktavia to go berserk and throw around Sayaka like in a rodeo.
  • Demoted to Extra: Sayaka played a prominent role in the original anime, yet it takes about five months into the game's lifespan for her to have anything besides a brief appearence in Mami's sidestory.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: She appears out of nowhere in Chapter 6, Section 6 and is even playable for a single battle. A week after the Section was released Sayaka was added to the character pool.
  • Guest-Star Party Member; For a single battle in Chapter 6. This battle came out before she was even made obtainable.
  • My Name Is ???: Because she enters the battle without introducing herself to Iroha and Yachiyo, her name as an ally in the battle interface is question marks.
  • Super Toughness: As expected; she's one of the bulkiest character in the game. Additionally, her Limit Break makes her unkillable for a while, on top of giving temporary HP regeneration.

Nagisa Momoe

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Dark
Type: Cycle Magia
Magia: Magic Bubbles
Doppel: Charlotte
Illustrated by: Koushi Sasagi
Voiced by: Kana Asumi

  • Alternate Self: Inu Curry claims that the one who appears in the event story is different than the one who appears in Rebellion, likely because Nagisa, no matter what, is already dead the time of the main story.
  • Beneath the Mask: Nagisa is a cheerful, energetic girl who loves cheese... after she was taken by the Law of Cycles. Prior to that, she was a precocious girl who asked Kyubey even more questions about the contract than Mito, was desperate to motivate her mother out of her illness-induced depression and, when her attempts were met with rejection, became spiteful of her mother but never hateful. She also didn't even like cheese.
  • Broken Bird: She's a lot more somber than she looks.
  • Dull Eyes of Unhappiness: After seeing that Yu had fatally wounded her mother and having such a blasé attitude about it, she stood there frozen in despair. She never came out of it.
  • I Know Madden Kombat: Based on her comment in the evening, her weapon is a trumpet because she used to play brass instruments in her school's marching band.
  • Posthumous Character: Nagisa, by the time of Magia Record storyline, is already dead. The playable Nagisa is the version of her sent by the Law of Cycles.
  • Trauma Conga Line: Her mother was sickly, her father left them, she was left languishing in a dirty house, and then she got swallowed up in a Witch's barrier but saved by the worst person possible - an amnesiac Ax-Crazy serial killer named Yu. Nagisa decided to use her wish to heal her mother, but when her mother rejected Nagisa's explanation that she could heal her with the wish instead of taking revenge on those who made her miserable, Nagisa, horrified at how low her mother could go, used her wish for her mother's favorite cheesecake to spite her with the declaration that she will only look after herself from now on. Nagisa's magical girl sempai got into a fight with Yu and turned into a Witch, Yu then killed her before killing Nagisa's mother as another notch to her serial killing list. Nagisa's mother begged for her help, but she could only stand there, shell-shocked. Nagisa was then left alone, accomplishing nothing and with no one to comfort her, before turning into a Witch.
  • "Well Done, Daughter!" Gal: Nagisa was unloved by her mother, mostly because she was considered the beginning of her mother's misfortune as not only did her husband leave her, she was always confined to a hospital bed. Nagisa always brought her her favorite cheesecake, even though Nagisa didn't really like cheese herself, so her mother could at least love her for liking the thing she likes. Nagisa tried to bring attention to the fact that she could heal her mother's illness with her wish in hopes that her mother would love her for it.

Kyubey

Voiced by: Emiri Katou
  • Chekhov M.I.A.: He's completely vanished from Kamihama. However, Another Story shows he's still active outside of it, and he also appears in the side stories set before the Main Story's events. The one that tried to follow Homura into Kamihama had more or less died due to a barrier meant to drive him out.
  • Cryptic Conversation: In the Epilogue to the "And So The Azalea Blooms" Event Story, he has one with the story's Hidden Villain. The reader is only privy to Kyubey's side of the conversation.
    ''If witches are "disasters", then for now, you are "chaos", aren't you?
  • Demoted to Extra: Played With. He's not in the Main Story yet, but he appears in the other stories.
  • He Who Must Not Be Heard: During the "Bye Bye, See You Tomorrow ~Memories of the Kamihama Large Residential Complex~" event, the reader never sees any of his dialogue. The characters talk to him, and explain what he said through narration, but Kyubey speaking words is never shown.
    Major Antagonists 

The Wings of Magius

Tropes applying to the organization:

  • Colour-Coded for Your Convenience: The rank of a member is seen from the color of their hood; the lowest are Black Feathers, and the leaders of the Black Feathers are White Feathers. The highest commands are never seen with hoods.
  • Faceless Goons: The Black Feathers are functionally this within the Wings of Magius, as none of them are named.
  • Faustian Rebellion: Their aim is to destroy the witch-system by making a witch that can directly convert emotion into energy for the universe. This plan would discount the Incubator and the magical girl contract as the middleman from the equation of the energy cycle, rendering the system unnecessary. Of course, this plan is still powered by humongous amount of despair, brought by the Walpurgisnacht's destruction.
  • Hypno Trinket: As it is revealed later, the bird-shaped medallion the Black and White Feathers wear on their person as a sign of their allegiance to the Magius is actually a Rumor that would function as a brainwashing Slave Collar the moment the Magius wish it.
  • In the Hood: The mook members are seen wearing hoods, with the slightly more important members ditching them after first contact with the heroes.
  • Motive Decay: It is implied that the organization lost their original aim when Ui disappeared from everyone's memory, and later losing contact with Iroha by proxy. Because they lost their irreplaceable members, Touka and Nemu attempted to fill their roles with the closest people they could get, Alina as 'the artist' and Mifuyu as 'the overseer'. Those two succeeded filling the main goal of the Magius but failed their implicit roles; Ui serves as the ego to balance out Touka's id and Nemu's superego when Alina out-ids even Touka which causes imbalance within the method chosen by the Magius, while Mifuyu doesn't care about Iroha's concern to keep everyone from making the morally questionable actions as long she gets the results until the situation starts to get out of her hands.
  • We Cannot Go On Without You: The way it seem, the three Magius can't accomplish their goal if one of them is dead because their personal magics are essential to do so. The same can't be said to the Black Feathers though.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Their main goal is for them to gather enough energy to power up a pseudo-witch construct they have planned to use as a mean to stop the witch-system, even if they have to lure Walpurgisnacht (and her ensuing catastrophe) into Kamihama. Alina makes an impression that whatever they do and whatever sacrifices they make in the present is necessary to the future. The Anonymous AI Rumor agrees that their goal is logical, but because human hearts exceed logic, it warns the members of the Magius that their plan will go wrong.

Tsukuyo and Tsukasa Amane

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Tsukasa (left) and Tsukuyo (right)
Base rarity: 4* (Tsukuyo), 3* (event reward) (Tsukasa)
Element: Dark (Tsukuyo), Light (Tsukasa)
Type: Balance (Tsukuyo), Magia (Tsukasa)
Magia: Cherry Blizzard (Tsukuyo), Cherry Ballad (Tsukasa)
Doppel: Dum (Tsukuyo)
Illustrated by: Hayame Chika
Voiced by: Maaya Uchida (Tsukuyo), Aya Uchida (Tsukasa)

Tsukuyo is a magical girl who wants to liberate her twin sister Tsukasa. She's usually working on practicing koto songs, brushwork, dances, and other womanly skills which she's excellent at. Although her juniors admire her greatly, Tsukuyo has no true friends, and her mind is most at ease with her younger sister Tsukasa.

Tsukasa is a magical girl who wants to liberate her twin sister Tsukuyo. She takes care of the housework and household finances for her father and his disciples at the Bamboo Workshop. Bright, and with many friends, but she thinks that she can only exposes her real intentions to Tsukuyo.

Initially appearing in Chapter 4 as antagonists, they made their playable debut on November 30th, 2017 with Tsukasa as a limited character in the "Amane Sisters and Tsuruno Yui" training event. They are White Feathers, enforcers of the Wing of Magius, who clash with the heroes because they're protecting the Misery Rhyton Rumor. A pair of twin sisters who were separated because of their parents' divorce, their social differences fractured their initial affable relationship before they made their contract. Their wish was so they would never hate each other, no matter what. Tsukuyo's Doppel, Dum, has the ability to create a sealed realm that will protect both Tsukuyo and Tsukasa from outside interference, at the cost of eroding their memories of everyone except for each other.


  • A Pupil of Mine, Until He Turned to Evil: Tsukasa used to be Kanagi's junior and she even tried to discourage Tsukasa from joining the Wings of Magius. But Tsukasa's resolve to fight against her fate, not only for sake of survival but also so she could finally escape Kamihama's social conflict by living long enough to do so caused Kanagi to relent her pursuit. Kanagi still beats up Tsukasa when their paths cross out principle in the present.
  • Abusive Parents: It's downplayed, but both girls are overworked by their families. Tsukuyo's grandmother puts her through harsh lessons while her mother does little to stop it. Meanwhile, Tsukasa's father forces her to cook and do chores for him and his apprentices thanks to his Stay in the Kitchen attitude.
    • Tsukuyo's grandmother and Tsukasa's father's nurturing the Slobs vs. Snobs mentality that festering the twins' conflict prior their contract is one part to prove their point that the other is at fault for the relationship failure between the twins' parents and one part an attempt to feed the twins' dependency toward them.
  • Achilles' Heel: Because their weapons are flutes and the music they make, making loud enough noises will block off their music's effects. Also, if they are in some way incapable of playing the flute, they'll be helpless. Tsuruno cripples Tsukasa by punching her chest hard enough that she can't breathe properly, much less make music. Meanwhile, Sana stops their attack by knocking their flutes off their hands.
  • Catchphrase: If one of the twins makes a statement, the other twin will say 'Nee~' ('Right~') as an emphasize.
  • Coordinated Clothes: The two have very similar magical girl outfits.
  • Education Mama: An Education Grandma, in this case. Tsukuyo's upper-class family is obsessed with tradition, and they make Tsukuyo take so many classes that she collapses from the stress.
  • Eyes Always Shut: Downplayed because they still open their eyes every so often; their Character Tic is that they always have their eyes closed in casual interaction as an implied sign of their complete trust with each other to watch over the other's back.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: Each of the twins has one half of a pair of tights on one leg, and a regular sock on the other.
  • Hair Decorations: Big red ribbons.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: They don't really want to hurt anyone, and despite Tsukuyo's doppel, they aren't that intimidating in-story. They freak out when they think they've actually hurt Tsuruno, and she's able to drag both of them wherever she wants.
  • Musical Assassin: The two attack with the music they play on their flutes.
  • Meaningful Name: Tsukuyo's Doppel, Dum, is based on Tweedledum because Tsukuyo and Tsukasa are twins. Dum's form is a half-sphere terrarium, described as 'reliant to (Tsukuyo's) other half'.
  • Promoted to Playable: They were added to the playable roster a little over two months after their debut.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Tsukasa is the red oni, being a very energetic and slightly tomboyish, while Tsukuyo is the blue for her traditionalist behaviors. Their elements are also corresponding on their characters. Dark (Yin) is the element of feminine grace while Light (Yang) is the element of masculine boisterousness.
  • Solomon Divorce: Their parents are divorced because the strain of social status difference proves that love doesn't conquer all. Tsukuyo goes with her mother's high class family while Tsukasa goes to her bamboo craftsman father. They were separated when they were very young that they didn't even realize that they are twins until recently. Because of this, Tsukuyo's real full name is actually Tsukuyo Akatsuki.
  • Stay in the Kitchen: Tsukasa's father has very rigid ideas about gender roles because of his upbringing, so even though Tsukasa is tomboyish enough to fit in with his (all-male) apprentices, in her father's eyes, Tsukasa can never become more than the woman who takes care of the house. No wonder Tsukasa's mother divorced him. And when you're the sole female in the house, all 'female' work naturally fall solely on you - Tsukasa's exhaustion was part of why she got witch-kissed before she ran away with Tsukuyo.
  • Temporary Online Content: Tsukasa was exclusive to the "Mitama's Special Training: Amane Sisters and Tsuruno Episode" event.
  • Theme Twin Naming: Tsukuyo and Tsukasa, both are written with the kanji of 'moon'.

Mifuyu Azusa

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Base rarity: 4*
Element: Dark
Type: Support
Magia: Assault Paranoia
Doppel: Hevelius
Illustrated by: Ume Aoki
Voiced by: Mai Nakahara

A friend of Yachiyo's who vanished under mysterious circumstances some time ago. She later reappears as an important member of the Wings of Magius. Her wish was to be free in her dreams.


  • Chekhov M.I.A.: Chapter 3 explains that Yachiyo is tracking down rumors to find Mifuyu. It works, but she turns up as part of the Wings of Magius.
  • Deadly Disc: Her weapon is a gigantic chakram.
  • Evil Is Not a Toy: She seems to think that the Wings of Magius is one part her way to drag Yachiyo down to her level of helplessness and despair but also doesn't want to get Guilt by Association; that's why she's outside the regular hierarchy of the organization. But when Touka is planning to use Tsuruno to rack up the number of sacrifices for her master plan because the heroes are hunting en masse their other mean to do so, the Rumors, Mifuyu balks because she's now directly responsible as she's the one who lured Tsuruno to the Memory Museum.
  • Freak Out: It's understated, but she suffered one when she learned where witches come from. She held it in for a year, and then would have become a witch if Kamihama's effects weren't present. It's notable that she's a wholehearted convert to Magius.
  • Heroic RRoD: In Chapter 9, she ends up using her hypnosis on herself to make her ignore the bodily limits that would otherwise prevent her from executing her Dangerous Forbidden Technique. She uses her power so much that instead of clouding her Soul Gem, the strain outright breaks it.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: Her wish is so she can be free in her dreams, because her family made her very sheltered otherwise. There are some hints that this is mostly out of her own perception; Yachiyo claims that other than being magical girl, Mifuyu is pretty normal otherwise.
  • In Love with Love: Her view of romance is somewhat rose-tinted for someone who is very somber otherwise. Kanae describes her as "eating up anything with love story in it, whether it's a novel or a TV series." When she found out that her parents are arranging her marriage, she considered it well enough when she met the guy and he's no sleazy, though she would rather hold the marriage off until she graduated. One of the problems she has with the contract is implied that she's not going to live long enough to get married.
  • Master of Illusion: This appears to be her innate magic.
  • Mouth of Sauron: Seems to occupy this role in the Wings of Magius hierarchy, serving as the "connection" between the leaders and the rest of the group.
  • Mystical White Hair: She has white hair and is initially presented as a mysterious character.
  • Only Sane Man: She's pretty much the only one who focused on the main goal of the Wings of Magius, as the other Magius are a bunch of genius children whose mindsets are pretty much out there.
  • Promoted to Playable: After being a significant NPC for months, she finally became a playable character on June 8, 2018.
  • Sunk Cost Fallacy: Her main problem with the magical girls contract is that she gets nothing out of it. Her wish to be a normal girl is practically null because being a magical girl cursed you to fight witches forever, fearing death by broken Soul Gem and still fated to die in despair as a witch in the future. When she accepted that those are the consequences of the contract, she noticed that her power is growing weaker the older she becomes. Not only she's fated to die a violent death, she doesn't even get the single perk of being a magical girl on the top of that. Then she found a possible solution dangling right in front of her, so of course she's going to take it.
  • You Have Failed Me: After her shifting allegiance starts to show by letting the heroes through and exchanging intel with them, Mifuyu was stripped of her Soul Gem and thrown as a food for 'Eve'.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Grade A, but almost looks like Grade B with the length of her skirt.

Alina Gray

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Base rarity: 4*
Element: Forest
Type: Attack
Magia: Nine Phases
Doppel: Old Dorothy
Illustrated by: Ume Aoki (4*), Koushi Sasagi (5*)
Voiced by: Ayana Taketatsu

An artistic prodigy who achieved some fame for her artwork. She is also one of the three Magius, the leaders of the Wings of Magius. Her wish was to create an area where no one would disturb her, as her parents would often do that to her when painting.


  • Barrier Warrior: It is said that her main strength is her ability to build layers upon layers of barriers, even inside an existing Witch or Rumor's barrier. She traps magical girls in individual boxes, constructs mazes out of the boxes, and waits for them to be devoured by one of the Witches she had attracted (Too bad Felicia doesn't care). Her ability to construct barriers is the keystone of the Wings of Magius' plan.
  • Beneath the Mask: In Karin's side story, she comes off as Karin's aloof and strict, but nevertheless nurturing senior in art. When she appears in the main story, what walks in is a dangerous, narcissistic, Mad Artist of a girl who takes delight in her opponent's suffering.
    • This turns out to be a double-layer case. To her enemies, Alina is cruel and sadistic. But to her companions, she's closer to how she is in Karin's side story. It makes Iroha's confusion about how someone so villainous can wish for magical girls' salvation very understandable; she only saw one side of Alina Gray.
  • Blood Knight: When she finds out that Madoka and Homura are Mami's juniors, she gets ecstatic at the chance to vent her anger onto the friends of the magical girl who had caused her trouble. When she's finally cornered by the heroes, Mifuyu jumps in to evacuate her, but she tries to pull I Can Still Fight! out of frustration before she's discouraged.
  • Catch-Phrase: She often punctuates the start of her offensive maneuvers by telling her opponents, "Can you appreciate death?" She also tends to describe things she likes as "exciting".
  • Child Prodigy: She had played around the art supply since she was 2 and made her first famous work when she was 10. In the usual case of "you can only be a prodigy when you're still young", one critic said to her that unless she comes out of her slump quick, she might become "a star who dies when she's 15".
  • Driven to Suicide: She filmed herself jumping off a building for an art piece. The only reason she survived is because she'd made her magical girl contract right before she jumped. She certainly wasn't expecting Touka and Nemu to find her and take her to the hospital.
  • Gone Horribly Right: A Caustic Critic tried to encourage her in his own way, but his harsh panning had the worst effect on someone like her. Being a born and bred artist, the prospect of losing the only thing she has caused her desperate self-reflection of what she actually done wrong. One Freak Out and Then Let Me Be Evil session later, Alina becomes an even more brilliant artist, with none of her previous moral compass.
  • Gratuitous English: She often adds English words to her dialogue, most likely because she's a foreigner as seen from her name.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Her personal weapon is a light construct rubik's cube, which she can break off parts of to send flying in a manner similar to Macross Missile Massacre.
  • Insufferable Genius: Alina doesn't feel the need to introduce herself because she thinks her genius, and thus her fame, as an artist is an absolute fact. The thing is, she's not even smug about it; she just thinks that it's just a common sense that people would know about her, and most of the time, they do.
  • Knight of Cerebus: While the Amane twins are our first look at the Wings of Magius, and Tsukuyo's use of Doppel is slightly intimidating after Iroha's use of Giovanna caused a ruckus, they were quickly demoted to Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain who get pushed around by the heroes. Alina, on the other hand, menaces the heroes the same way Yuuri did with the Pleiades Saints; cunning traps, dangerous skills, inability to hold back, and foul temperament.
  • Large Ham: The girl really likes her theatrics, physical and verbal. Just listen to her Evil Laugh when she uses her Magia.
  • Mad Artist: She calls her Doppel 'beautiful' or 'cute' and seems to decorate her personal barrier with the trophies she took from magical girls she had captured.
    • She didn't start that way, though. She was doing perfectly fine making art for art's sake, until a letter from a critic she'd snubbed made her realize her works had no real purpose behind them. That epiphany, plus the thought that that if she didn't find a purpose she'd lose all her talent, freaked her out so much that she snapped. So she decided to create her magnum opus: destroy her previous works, throw herself off a tall building, and record her body hitting the ground and rotting away - as the most profound art an artist who is fascinated by death can produce is the utter end of the artist.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: Her grandparents and dog died when she was 8 and their deaths fascinated her, as she didn't understand what it meant to die. Her career from that point until a year before the start of the story was an exploration of life and death. When she received a letter from a critic of her work that disparaged her works as 'empty' and 'having no theme', working only to unsettle people until her niche was no longer popular, she decided to destroy her previous works and kill herself for her art.
    • Witches attract her pretty much for the same reason. She admires the design of a familiar made of wrapping paper, and decides to make art out of its remains.
  • Promoted to Playable: On March 2nd, 2018, to promote her and Hinano's Training Event.
  • Starving Artist: From her log-ins, it seems she takes a siesta at noon, works in her gallery from evening, and only comes out of her gallery in the morning when she feels that she almost dies from thirst.
  • Stocking Filler: Holds up her fishnet/fur stockings with garters in her magical girl form.
  • Verbal Tic: Not only does she pepper her speech with English words and refer to herself in third person, the copulas (desu, kedo, kara) in her dialogue are also written in katakana, implying that she has a slight accent.

Touka Satomi

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Base rarity: 4*
Element: Flame
Type: Magia
Magia: Neo Genesis☆彡
Doppel: Pennen Nolde
Illustrated by: Ume Aoki
Voiced by: Rie Kugimiya

One of Ui's old friends, one of the leaders of the Wings of Magius.


  • A Child Shall Lead Them: She's just a kid, but she's one of the leaders of Wings of Magius and is implied to have started the organization. Out of the three Magius, she's very obviously the mastermind of the organization's overarching plan.
  • Arbitrarily Large Bank Account: Touka's family is filthy rich. So much that she helps Mami rent a house. She's also the one who helped Mifuyu escaped her home by giving her a scholarship from her family's medical organization.
  • Child Prodigy: For a grade-schooler, Touka has a lot of deep knowledge regarding astronomy, physics, and medical science. Then she uses those knowledge to manipulate her magic into a realm that is close to the Incubators', something that not even the Pleiades Saints were capable of. She's basically in an equal ground against a Sufficiently Advanced Alien in term of intelligence.
  • Creepy Child: Downplayed, but she dips into this at times. Especially when she casually talks about brainwashing.
  • Freudian Trio: She was part of one with Ui and their friend Nemu at the hospital. Touka was the id.
  • Ill Girl: She was in the hospital long enough to become friends with Ui, at least.
  • Girls Love Stuffed Animals: One of the shots in the opening is her, Mifuyu, and Alina in a field of teddy bears, with a closeup of Touka cuddling a blue one.
  • Hair Decorations: A butterfly clip on the end of her braid in her civilian form, and an enormous bow in the same place in her magical girl form.
  • Monster Progenitor: She implies that the Doppels are the result of her personal magic. The detail about her power implies that she subdues the explosion that comes with the transformation of Soul Gem into Grief Seed so the Soul Gem won't shatter as the Witch / Doppel vents its Soul Gem's taint out in a more controlled stream.
  • Nice Hat: She wears a beret in her civilian form.
  • Parasol Parachute: She floats around the battlefield using one of these.
  • Perpetual-Motion Monster: Her specific power is energy conversion. She uses it by converting stagnant energy in the environment to magic that she uses instead from her Soul Gem, thus her Soul Gem never clouds no matter how much magic she uses.
  • Promoted to Playable: In March 2019.
  • Token Mini-Moe: The youngest-looking member of the Wings of Magius.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Nemu.

Nemu Hiiragi

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Base rarity: 4*
Element: Forest
Type: Support
Magia: My Dear Ones
Doppel: Pennen Nenemu
Illustrated by: Ume Aoki
Voiced by: Sumire Morohoshi

One of Ui's old friends, one of the Wings of Magius.


  • Art Initiates Life: Iroha, regaining some of her memories, remembers that the Rumors that Nemu makes are actually based on Ui's drawings.
  • Cast from Lifespan: The Rumors, as they take a chunk out of Nemu's life force when she creates them.
  • Deadpan Snarker: She's a pretty sharp tongue, with Touka being her usual target especially when she's throwing tantrums.
  • Freudian Trio: She was part of one with Ui and Touka at the hospital. Nemu was the superego.
  • Ill Girl: She was in the hospital long enough to become friends with Ui, at least.
  • Meaningful Name: "Nemu" means sleep in Japanese. Overusing her power to create Rumors causes her to gain narcolepsy.
  • Meganekko: Unlike Homura, she wears glasses only in her civilian form.
  • Monster Progenitor: Nemu reveals in Chapter 7 that she created the Rumors.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Touka.

Kuro

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Base rarity: 1* (event reward)
Element: Dark
Type: Attack
Magia: Blask Flash
Doppel: None note 
Illustrated by: Unknownnote 
Voiced by: Unknown

During the 2018 Valentine's event, Homura befriends a Black Feather of the Wings of Magius. The Black Feather does not reveal her identity - and indeed, the text box names her as "Black Feather (Hopes To Stay Anonymous)". At the end of Homura's Valentine's Story, the Black Feather turned into a witch and Homura was forced to kill her.

Although Homura's story was only one part of the event, players had a very positive reception to the Black Feather character. So much so that when the event ended, players who completed Homura's Valentine's story suddenly found this character in their inbox.


  • Ascended Extra: She's basically Magia Record's answer to Charlotte. So much so that she became playable about a week after she first appeared.
  • Big Damn Hero: In Summer 2018 event, based on the witch rune transcript that appears in that scene, it is implied that she was the one who wakes Homura up when the later is knocked unconscious by a vengeful ghost that wishes to attack her.
  • Joke Character: She's capped at one star, her Connect and Magia are weak, she barely has any voice lines, and her character card and transformation sequence only use her Live2D model. It's a subversion, since she's really a gift to the fanbase. But see Lethal Joke Character.
  • Lethal Joke Character: Her Connect has a hidden ability: If it's used on Homura, it boosts Homura's attack by a whopping sixty percent. Probably Awesome, but Impractical, since Kuro dies easily and Homura isn't the strongest magical girl either.
  • Meaningful Name: "Kuro" is Japanese for "black", referencing her being a Black Feather. Matasaburo likely refers to the novel Kaze no Matasaburo by Kenji Miyazawa. It's about a student who transfers to another school and vanishes as quickly as he appears.
  • No Name Given: During the Valentine's event, and it's not even clear whether or not "Kuro" is her real name either.
  • Nonstandard Character Design: Her character card and transformation sequence use a Live2D model as opposed to drawn artwork and animation. Probably because those things were thrown together in a week.
  • Palette Swap: Matasaburo is a re-skin of the witch Candy.
  • Promoted to Playable: An NPC in an event that quickly was made into a playable character a week later.
  • What Measure Is a Mook?: The entire character is based on this. Even her witch is described as a minor player.

Rumor Tsuruno

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Base rarity: 3* (event limited)
Element: Flame
Type: Attack
Magia: Flame Waltz
Doppel: Yuhong
Illustrated by: Ume Aoki, Punyan (4*), Sasagi Koushi (5*)
Voiced by: Shiina Natsukawa

Unmarked spoiler from Chapter 7.

An alternate version of Tsuruno. During Chapter 7, a brainwashed Tsuruno is fused with a Rumor of the Chelation Mascot, creating this form. Initially appearing as an enemy character, this form was later made playable. Notably the first below 4* magical girl that can reach 5* by default.


  • Animation Bump: Her basic attacks have detailed animation.
  • Art Shift: Rumor Tsuruno has the color palette of the witches and the Rumors rather than her usual palette while still retraining her sprite, making her appearance very clashing.
  • Beat the Curse Out of Him: She ends up coming to her sense when Felicia hits her with her hammer that is "infused with everyone's feelings", after fighting her the usual way didn't work.
  • Beneath the Mask: Rumor Tsuruno s the Tsuruno who no longer care of maintaining the face that she feels she needed to keep up for other people and instead seeking only her own pleasures, both material and emotional. While she's still capable of love, it pushed back from her priority list because, whether she likes it or not to admit it, she feels her dedication is taken for granted from her friends and it makes her feel one-sided when it comes to affection. Thus, the only one whose feelings can reach her is Felicia.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Played with, since she's actually very relaxed. However, anyone that tries to prevent said relaxation will be attacked.
  • Fusion Dance: Fused with a the Chelation Mascot Rumor, Tsuruno becomes a part of the Chelation Ferris Wheel Rumor and its gatekeeper. Because of that, the Rumor can't be vanquished before separating them first, lest Tsuruno also got killed with it.
  • Obliviously Evil: Even after turning into a Rumor, Tsuruno still has the same cheerfulness that she had prior her brainwashing, almost like she doesn't even realize that she's a Rumor now.
  • Ominous Visual Glitch: Occurs in her base attacks and transformation sequence.
  • Palette Swap: Basically Tsuruno with a different color scheme.

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Oriko Magica Characters

For more entries related to these characters, please see Puella Magi Oriko Magica

Oriko Mikuni

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Base rarity: 3*
Element: Light
Type: Magia
Magia: Oracle Ray
Doppel: Sotria
Illustrated by: Kuroe Mura
Voiced by: Saori Hayami

An upper class magical girl whose father used to be a member of the Dietnote . She will do anything necessary to reach her goals, and she tends to be thought of as a cold-hearted person, but that may just be because of the strength of her sense of justice that she got from her father. Contrary to her actions, her manner is very gentle, and she is fond of drinking black tea in elegance at home.

One of the initial playable characters. She had a vision of Madoka turning into Kriemhild Gretchen and planned to kill Madoka to avert this future disaster. However, after seeing a vision of Mami and Kyouko entering Kamihama City, she could no longer see the vision of this disaster anymore. Concluding that Kamihama City has something to do with the change of vision, she decides to make that vision comes true.


  • Adaptational Expansion: In Oriko Magica, she dies before we get to see her witch form. Here, her witch form, Sotria, is revealed.
  • All for Nothing: In her sidestory, Oriko makes a plan to distract Kyubey, Mami, and Kyoko while she investigates Kamihama. Once she gets there, she soon finds herself overwhelmed by witches and beats a hasty retreat. Also, Kyubey is conspicuously absent from Kamihama anyway.
  • Energy Ball: Her primary mode of attack.
  • Frickin' Laser Beams: Her Magia, Oracle Ray, has her fire a bunch at her enemies.
  • Hidden Depths: She's read Crime and Punishment multiple times since she was a child. Her exclusive Memoria is her copy of the book.
  • Light Is Not Good: Hell no it isn't. Oriko had already orchestrated the deaths of several magical girls, manipulated Yuma into making a contract, and was on her way to cause even more destruction when she noticed Madoka wasn't in Mitakihara City anymore.
  • Manipulative Bitch: But of course. Oriko manipulates the other girls into life-threatening situations constantly, especially Yuma and Kyouko.
  • Seer: Her visions of Kriemhild Gretchen drove her to become the Anti-Villain we know, and brought her and Kirika to Kamihama City.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: She wants to keep Kriemhild Gretchen from destroying the world. Her plan to solve this is to kill Madoka.

Kirika Kure

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Base rarity: 4*
Element: Dark
Type: Defense
Magia: Vampire Fang
Doppel: Latria
Illustrated by: Kuroe Mura
Voiced by: Yuka Iguchi

A magical girl with a dangerous scent that works as a faithful servant of Oriko Mikuni. For Oriko, she is called a "black magical girl" among magical girls, as she stained her hands without hesitation. The heart itself is pure like a child, the taste is childish and super sweet.

One of the initial playable characters. Oriko's loyal lackey, she was on her way to enacting the "Magical Girl Massacre" on Oriko's order before she recalled Kirika because of her changing plan.


Yuma Chitose

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Base rarity: 3*
Element: Forest
Type: Heal
Magia: Lynx Impact
Illustrated by: Kuroe Mura
Voiced by: Misaki Kuno

A still-young magical girl who sticks close to Sakura Kyouko's side. She adores Kyouko like a blood relative, will do anything Kyouko says, and, if it's for Kyouko's sake, will try her hardest at anything. She has the innocence of a child, but because she suffered abuse, she possesses much more of a fear of being alone than others.

One of the initial playable characters. A child whose abusive parents were killed by a Witch, she was taken in by Kyouko, who's teaching her the street life. Goaded by Oriko to make her contract, she's stranded in Kamihama City to lure Kyouko into searching for her.


  • Because You Were Nice to Me: As in her home series, Yuma would do anything for Kyouko, who took her in after her Abusive Parents were killed by a witch.
  • Cat Girl: Her magical girl outfit's theme. Her Magia is even called Lynx Impact.
  • Giant Waist Ribbon: In her magical girl outfit.
  • Hero-Worshipper: For Yuma, Kyouko is her entire world. It's even visible in her Memorias; every time they talk about Kyouko, she is presented as a gallant hero who had rescued Yuma from her suffering. In her eyes, Kyouko can do no wrong.
  • Morality Pet: To Kyouko. She reminds Kyouko of her deceased little sister.
  • Nice Hat: It's got little cat ears!
  • Please Don't Leave Me: Yuma begs Kyouko not to abandon her like her parents did. Poor thing.
  • Token Mini-Moe: The first elementary-school magical girl in the game.

Kazumi Magica Characters

For more entries related to these characters, please see Puella Magi Kazumi Magica

Kazumi

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Dark
Type: Attack
Magia: Limiti Esterni
Doppel: Carola
Illustrated by: Takashi Tensugi
Voiced by: Sakura Tange

Asunaro City's magical girl who has lost her memory. She usually acts with Umika Misaki and Kaoru Maki, and also lives together with them. She's more motivated for food than others and likes to eat, but her skill at making it is considerable. She can detects a witch's whereabouts by the shape of her hair antenna.

Debuted in November 20th, 2017 as one of the main character "Another Daze" event's main character.


  • All There in the Manual: With all the time the Pleiades spent trying to keep Kazumi from turning back into Michiru's witch, we never saw what would happen when Kazumi herself fell into despair... until now.
  • Extreme Omnivore: Kazumi's doppel takes her big eater tendencies and runs with it. Carola will eat anything. Familiars, other magical girls, its own runes, anything.
  • Evil Knockoff: After being separated from Kaoru and Umika, a shadowy version of her is found attacking other magical girls. It turns out, it's a doppelganger spat out by Substitute Street Rumor.
  • Face Framed in Shadow: During her transformation sequence.
  • Frickin' Laser Beams: Her Blast attack has her firing a laser beam with her staff, and her Magia "Limiti Esterni" has her jumping to the sky and firing a huge laser beam from above, which bombards the entire field.
  • Magic Staff: She wields a cross-shaped staff as her weapon.
  • Nice Hat: Kazumi, as usual. Also, her doppel Carola has a very nice chef's hat with a bow.
  • Off-Model: Kazumi's designs in her card, animation, and Live2D model are not consistent. Her animation has her pom-poms replaced by Roman numerals signifying her status as the 13th clone of Michiru and lacks her cape, something that is never seen prior. Meanwhile, her four-star card depicts her with long hair, but there's nowhere in the game she's long-haired.
  • Off with His Head!: Kazumi's doppel, Carola, replaces Kazumi's head when it is summoned, and Kazumi's body just dangles there the whole time.
  • Overly Long Tongue: Kazumi's doppel Carola has one with a distressed face on it. It uses the tongue to attack Kazumi's opponents.
  • Power Gives You Wings: Kazumi's doppel gives her weird wings made of bricks.
  • Temporary Online Content: Kazumi was exclusive to the "Another Daze" event. To make matters worse, she was part of the event's gacha pulls rather than the shop.

Umika Misaki

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Base rarity: 3* (event reward)
Element: Aqua
Type: Heal
Magia: X File
Illustrated by: Takashi Tensugi
Voiced by: Aya Uchida

She's a magical girl from Asunaro city, and a popular novelist who made it to junior high school. She lives in a house with Kazumi and Kaoru Maki. When she gets stuck in her writing, she has a habit of cooking and shopping to relieve stress. She writes novels on a personal computer.

Debuted in November 20th, 2017 as one of the main character "Another Daze" event's main character and the free event limited playable character.


Kaoru Maki

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Base rarity: 3* (event limited)
Element: Flame
Type: Balance
Magia: Palla di Cannone
Illustrated by: Takashi Tensugi
Voiced by: Azusa Tadokoro

A magical girl from Asunaro City. She's a soccer player, and her ability is good enough to say "I will carry the number 10 in All Japan in the future." As a magical girl, she is good at fighting by making use of her physical strength. Her uniform is long-sleeved even in summer.

Debuted in November 20th, 2017 as one of the main character "Another Daze" event's main character.


  • All There in the Manual: We didn't actually know what Kaoru's soul gem looked like in her magical girl form until this game.
  • Doppelgänger Attack: During her Magia, Kaoru makes multiple copies of herself to attack her opponent.
  • Energy Ball: Her Magia, Palla di Cannone, has her kick a giant ball of magic at her opponents like a soccer ball.
  • Form-Fitting Wardrobe: Her magical girl outfit. There's a divot where her bellybutton is, for Pete's sake.
  • Kick Chick: Fitting for a soccer player.
  • Temporary Online Content: Kaoru is exclusive to the "Another Daze" event and like with Kazumi, you had to get her from the event's gacha pulls.

Tart Magica Characters

For more entries related to these characters, please see Puella Magi Tart Magica

Tart/Jeanne d'Arc

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Light
Type: Balance
Magia: La Lumiere
Doppel: La Pucelle de Blancheur
Illustrated by: Masugitsune & Kawazu-ku
Voiced by: Yui Horie

A magical girl of medieval France now known by the name of Jeanne d'Arc. Due to the death of her beloved sister Catherine, she stood up to save a France on the verge of collapse. She is simple and trustworthy, and calls Cube (Kyubey) "angel-sama."


  • Adaptational Expansion: This is the first time we've seen Tart's witch, since in both the anime and Tart's spinoff series, Madoka came for Tart's soul before she turned into a witch.
  • All Just a Dream: Iroha and Yachiyo are actually transported into Tart's dream, and not actually physically time-travelling into the past. The aim is so Tart will turn into a witch without any of her friends' intervention, but the candles used to hypnotize Tart came into Mitama's possession and are used by Iroha and Yachiyo hundreds years later, transporting their mind back in a Mental Time Travel. Thus, the entire event is actually Tart's Adventures in Comaland.
  • Apocalypse Maiden: The entire point of the "The Chiming Bell that Transcends Time" event is for Tart to fall into despair and turning into a witch. Those who read Tart Magica will know that Tart's witch has a potential to engulf Europe, and even the entire world, in darkness. The Night That Never Ends and the disappearance of any sentient life that is visible from present Kamihama is the direct result of her witch's barrier, making her an analogue of Kriemhild Gretchen.
  • Blade on a Stick: Tart summons an enormous spear in her transformation sequence and her Magia.
  • Heroes Prefer Swords: Tart's magic-saving sword, and it doubles as her exclusive Memoria.
  • Historical-Domain Character: The Madoka Magica franchise's take on Joan of Arc.
  • Incorruptible Pure Pureness: As in her home series, Tart is pure and sinless. Her Doppel outright weaponizes this.
    The master of this emotion has a pure and good heart, free from any immorality. The countless crosses that the Doppel beckons down from the sky are no mere crosses; they’re inverted crosses that symbolize the denial of divinity. All those who feel their presence shall ceaselessly disgorge their sins, be wrapped in purifying flames before one’s eyes, and finally be burned away to ashes. No matter who or what stands before this Doppel, it shall find sin within them and expose it before the light of day. In short, one has no choice but to accept the full brunt of its absurd purity.
  • Kill It with Fire: Tart's doppel burns the sin right out of its targets, along with every other part of them.
  • Necessary Drawback: Tart's Magia is extremely powerful but inflicts Curse status on herself. This is likely a reference to Tart's enormous power and high rate of Soul Gem corruption in her own series. There is a Memoria which can negate this drawback, amusingly named "My Bible".
  • Supporting Protagonist: While she's the main character of the entire Hundred Years War plot in Tart Magica, the event is mostly about Riz and her attempt to save Tart turns out having a lot of parallel with Iroha and Yachiyo's own objective.
  • Temporary Online Content: Tart is exclusive to the first part of the "The Chiming Bell that Transcends Time" event's gacha pulls. Good luck with that.

Melissa de Vignolles

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Base rarity: 3* (event reward)
Element: Aqua
Type: Magia
Magia: Désintégration
Illustrated by: Masugitsune & Kawazu-ku
Voiced by: Ai Kakuma

The daughter of the mercenary captain (La Hire), known as the Soldier of the medieval French Magical girl Jeanne d'Arc, who is serving to care for Tart. Though usually a caring and ladylike girl, once she starts nothing can stop her anger.


  • Beware the Nice Ones: She's characterized a good-natured girl as much as she's La Hire's daughter. When it comes to protecting her friends, she's right at the frontline to do so. This Is Unforgivable! is practically her catch phrase when it comes to her enemies.
  • Combat Medic: In addition to healing, she has offensive magic powerful enough to leave a gaping hole in a stone bridge.
  • Healing Hands: She wished to heal Tart and her father after they were mortally wounded, so she got healing powers.
  • Meido: Her civilian form, as seen in her transformation sequence.
  • Muggle Best Friend: Because the event is chronologically happen prior the French army's liberation of Orleans, Melissa is a normal girl the entire story event as she hasn't make her contract yet.
  • My Own Grandpa: Mitama taught Yachiyo the "good night sleep" spell, claiming that it was a well-known spell among magical girls from France. It becomes popular in France in the first place because Yachiyo taught Melissa about it.
  • Nice Hat: A little top hat affixed to a headband in her magical girl form.
  • Ninja Maid: Well, magical maid, but still.
  • Parents in Distress: One of the French generals that the heroes have to save from the witches' barrier is Melissa's father La Hire.
  • Shock and Awe: Her pole-arm is constantly crackling with electricity.
  • Temporary Online Content: Melissa is exclusive to the "The Chiming Bell that Transcends Time" event, though you can get her through normal gameplay rather than the gacha.

Riz Hawkwood

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Dark
Type: Balance
Magia: l'Ombre
Doppel: Obscurité
Illustrated by: Masugitsune & Kawazu-ku
Voiced by: Ami Koshimizu

A cool magical girl from medieval Italy who stood up to save France with Tart and two other people. She is fighting on the front line of the French army in the middle of the Hundred Years War while supporting Tart with a magic which manipulates "shadows". She seems to be a descendant of a famous military man but does not want to talk too much about it.


  • Adaptational Expansion: Riz died in her home series before she turned into a witch, so this is its first appearance.
  • Badass Cape: It's made out of shadows. Her civilian attire also have one.
  • Casting a Shadow: Riz' explicit personal magic is shadow manipulation. She's very good at it.
  • Cool Big Sis: Both Tart and Melissa have high opinion on Riz, whether it's as a person, a mentor, a soldier, or a magical girl.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: You can't exactly be evil if Jeanne d'Arc trusts you completely. Though her Doppel is said to be the Doppel of Deception, it's more of the fact that Riz had Walking the Earth searching for a 'hero', not knowing that magical girl contract can turn magical girls into monsters, as shown in Tart Magica. One of the deceased magical girls Riz persuaded to contract accused Riz of lying to her after her twin died turning into a witch, thus making the "deception" here a Heroic Self-Deprecation. Her Doppel description even explains how her shadow is what supports Tart's light.
    The master of this emotion is compassionate towards others even in a crisis. Though it can be called providence that there is shadow wherever there is light, it is also providence that light never falls where a shadow is cast. This Doppel is forever a shadow nestling at the side of a hero bathed in dazzling light, the darkness itself which never reveals its basic nature. However, that in itself makes the light ever so much more conspicuous. The two are inseparably bound by divine providence.
  • Gainaxing: Gets a almost-unnoticed one in her transformation sequence, which is hard to see due to her black attire but still present.
  • The Hero: "The Chiming Bell that Transcends Time" event emphasizes that Riz is the "shadow" to Tart's "light" by making her the protagonist of the story where Tart falls into despair.
  • Multi-Melee Master: Riz can use a lot of edged weapons made from manipulating her shadow. Daggers, swords, scythes, and spears are some of the examples.
  • Prehensile Hair: Her Doppel comes from her black hair, looking like a mass of tendrils that aren't obvious from where her hair starts and her shadow ends coming out of a seashell.
  • Shadow Walker: Riz can pop in and out of the shadows with a swirl of her cape, shadow-travel short distances to get the edge on her opponents, and even hide her friends in there.
  • Temporary Online Content: Riz is exclusive to the second part of the "The Chiming Bell that Transcends Time" event's gacha pulls.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Grade A in her magical girl form.

Suzune Magica Characters

For more entries related to these characters, please see Puella Magi Suzune Magica

Suzune Amano

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Flame
Type: Attack
Magia: Camellia Flame
Doppel: Clothette
Illustrated by: GAN
Voiced by: Yoshino Nanjo

A magical girl who decided to transfer to Akanegasaki Middle School. Having neither kith nor kin, she makes a living by doing a part-time job. On one hand she leaves a good impression to people in school, but on the other hand she has a ruthless 'assassin' face hunting magical girls after school. Deep inside her closed heart, she is hiding a sad past.


  • BFS: Suzune's weapon is a giant X-Acto knife sword.
  • Deconstructed Character Archetype: Suzune's performance in the "Cross Connection" story shows that outside of a very specific set of circumstances, Suzune is actually pretty incompetent. Compared to her home series, where most magical girls fight by themselves and don't trust each other, Suzune is trying to play her usual lone wolf assassin persona straight in Kamihama City where everyone has "political ties" with everyone else. She fails to slay any magical girl because magical girls in Kamihama work in groups most of the time, and her first target is Kokoro, who always has Masara on standby invisible near her precisely so Kokoro can't get caught off guard. The moment Suzune fails to kill Kokoro, every other magical girl in the city learn of her presence and begin a manhunt for her. She can't use her usual trick of jumping on a distracted magical girl fighting witches either because Kamihama's witches and familiars are too strong, thus risking getting herself killed. She's finally driven out of Kamihama because she has no ally in the city and she alienates anyone who feels the slightest bit of sympathy towards her.
  • Playing with Fire: Her fire manipulation is actually her absorbing her mentor's power as her own.
  • Punny Name: Suzune's Doppel, Clothette, has the form of kagerou, which can either mean "heat haze" or "mayfly". Clothette is a giant flaming fly who burns Suzune if she's using it too much.
  • Reluctant Monster: She doesn't want to kill other magical girls, but doesn't think that there's any other way, showing just how strong Kagari's influence on her. It is implied from her dialogues that she can't physically resist the urge to kill magical girls no matter what.
  • Secret Test of Character: After she's caught almost killing Kokoro, a small group consisting of Nanaka, Akira, Meiyui, Kokoro, and Masara decide to see what her intentions are, and if she can be reasoned with. They first send Akira, who Suzune had bonded with the previous day, to try to talk with her. Suzune decides to attack Akira anyway, despite not wanting to because of her personal beliefs. The rest of the group except Meiyui then jumps in to aid Akira. Suzune still keeps fighting them all despite that and successfully slays the four. After Suzune flees the scene, it turns out that Meiyui is faking everyone's deaths to see just how far Suzune's willing to take her actions. Realizing that there's no way someone could be that Stupid Evil, Meiyui concludes that Suzune is not herself but thinks that she's too dangerous to stay in the city. Meiyui, under Nanaka's suggestion, then spreads "the Ripper" rumor that is seen in Suzune Magica with her gangster network to warn other magical girls outside Kamihama about Suzune's rampage and to make Suzune's life even more difficult.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: She's still stalking around cities, killing magical girls, because she thinks she's giving them a Mercy Kill is better than them turning into witches. But because of her unwillingness to be honest with her motives, under the pretext of the Awful Truth, everyone else thinks that she's a dangerous murderer. Nanaka on the other hand despises her methods because it shows that Suzune is an irrational coward who listens to no one but herself.

Chisato Shion

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Base rarity: 3* (event limited)
Element: Water
Type: Support
Magia: Enforcement
Illustrated by: GAN
Voiced by: Nao Touyama

One of four magical girls that goes to Akanegasaki Middle School. She's calm and collected, and she conducts herself agreeably. Although cool, like when she rehabilitated Arisa's bad behavior in the past, that's just one side of this thoughtful colleague. Her father was a "picture book" author once.


  • Adaptational Expansion: Her relationship with Arisa, by virtue of not delegating it to a flashback, is a lot more nuanced than in her home series. It also gives more an inside look on her thoughts over her relationship with her father and that of her wish.
  • Animation Bump: She was released alongside Suzune and Arisa, and seems to have gotten most of the animation budget. Her trasnformation and battle animations are very smooth.
  • Ascended Extra: She was a Sacrificial Lamb in her original series. Here, she's the protagonist for her side of the Cross Connection Suzune Magica event.
  • Daddy's Girl: She's adores her father, even after he became worse from his work failures. Her regrets over her wish is mostly because her wish caused her father to stop being a writer, despite his love for writing and her bond with her father when she was younger was when she contributed in his books. In her mind, even though his temperament gets better after her wish, he's no longer her father because the thing that made her father himself was gone.
  • Gun Kata: Her fighting style is less like Mami and more like how it looks in Equilibrium because the size of her guns. Because her guns don't seem like single shots unlike other gun users, she tends to spray bullets everywhere with her acrobatics.
  • Morality Pet: Chisato's presence is reining Arisa's more violent side. While we see Arisa at her worst in Suzune Magica, in "Cross Connection" Arisa is a lot more understanding, mellow, and affable despite still being a hard A-type tsundere.

Arisa Narumi

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Base rarity: 3* (event reward)
Element: Dark
Type: Balance
Magia: Full Boost Combat
Illustrated by: GAN
Voiced by: Kana Ueda

One of the four Magical Girls that go to Akanegazaki Middle School. She has a lively personality and hates studying. Her crude speech can often chide from a long distance away. Before becoming a magical girl, she was quiet and weak and completely different than she is now.


  • Defeat Means Friendship: After she made her wish, she got Drunk with Power and developed a hint of Social Darwinism with her penchant to not liking losing, even for something as trivial as an arcade game. She became a bully herself. Yet, when Chisato defeated her, Chisato didn't struck her down but instead extended her friendship toward her. Arisa was touched by Chisato's kindness and thought that maybe, just maybe, her philosophy was wrong.
  • Expy: A pretty obvious one of Asuka Langley Soryu (hair style, general personality, backstory involving neglect, relationship with a blue-haired girl of a contrasting personality), with hints of Kyoko (rebellious streak, disregard for school rules, eating pocky, wearing hoodies).
  • Not a Morning Person: She's patrolling at night, so she has just slept at the morning. Her morning log-in greeting is nothing more than barely coherent yawns.
  • Opposites Attract: She gets along with her teammates because they all have serene-type personalities that will soothes her hotheadedness. When facing a fellow tsundere like, say Rena, they immediately start competing for whatever reason.
  • Satellite Character: In a reversal of their roles in Suzune Magica, Arisa is mostly limited as Chisato's friend and how her Heel–Face Turn is a proof of how good a person Chisato is.
  • Status Buff: Her self-strengthening power is translated in-game as status buff for attack, defense, and critical hit (for her Magia).
    Event Variants 

Holy Mami

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Forest
Type: Attack
Magia: Tiro Finale Holy Night
Doppel: Candeloro
Illustrated by: Koushi Sasagi
Voiced by: Kaori Mizuhashi

An alternate version of Mami introduced during the 2017 Christmas Event. She initially appeared to simply be a holiday variant until she suddenly showed up in Chapter 6 of the main story. It's revealed that when Mami encountered the Wings of Magius they informed her of the truth about witches and somehow convinced her to join their organization. Taking this costume to show her new beliefs, Mami is now a wholehearted believer in the Wings of Magius's ideology.


  • Accidental Misnaming: Holy Mami calls Candeloro Florence just like how she calls Charlotte Bebe, most likely because she still can't read the Witch Runes.
  • Fighting from the Inside: Holy Mami's side story reveals that Mami continues to fight against the Magius' influence inside her mind. Holy Mami, the Mami who has accepted that the Magius' ideal is the salvation of magical girls, hinders Mami's path to regain control of her conscious mind by using Candeloro to block off her voice because if there's even a little gap in her ideal, she can be easily swayed from one path, for better or worse. Mami is just that kind of person.
  • Face–Heel Turn: While her introduction to the heroes is antagonistic, they believe that Mami can be reasoned with after meeting with her friends. So, the fact that she's outright joining the Wings of Magius in Chapter 6 is a massive blow to the heroes' morale, especially after it seems that Tsuruno, Felicia, and Sana are in their way to the same fate.
  • Freak Out: It's implied this happened to Mami when she confronted the Wings of Magius and learned the truth, leading her to become a member of the organization. Even Candeloro has changed in nature.
  • Fusion Dance: It is revealed that her enhanced brainwashing is because she was fused with the Kamihama Holy Maiden Rumor, the white robe she wears as Holy Mami, and basically analogous to Rumor Tsuruno. It is said that if Tsuruno's fusion is 50%, then Mami's fusion is close to 100% - largely because she was rattled hard by the reveal of the magical girl system.
  • I Thought It Was Forbidden: In this form, Mami uses magically costly attacks in order to summon her Doppel as fast as possible. When it's pointed out that summoning a Doppel is physically draining, Mami claims she's getting used to it.
  • Knight Templar: Mami is completely loyal to the Wings of Magius, to the point where she's willing to attack other magical girls if necessary.
  • More Than Mind Control: It's true that Mami lost in her fight against Alina - an ideology fight, that is. With a little Mind Rape, Mami had despaired from the revelation of the magical girls' fate and has taken up the Wing of Magius' ideal as a possible salvation. By the Christmas event, she's running around Kamihama City as a Virgin Mary-analogue, helping other magical girls and fighting for the Magius' cause.
  • Temporary Online Content: Holy Mami was exclusive to the Christmas event gacha.
  • Walking Spoiler: She isn't just a simple holiday variant...

Madoka Kaname (Haregi ver.)

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Light
Type: Support
Magia: Pluvia Neuer
Doppel: Kriemhild Gretchen
Illustrated by: Koushi Sasagi, Ume Aoki
Voiced by: Aoi Yuki

An alternate version of Madoka introduced during the 2018 New Year's Event. Unlike Holy Mami, this version of Madoka is simply Madoka in a different outfit and with a different weapon.


  • Fighting Clown: Her Magia attack is a badminton themed parody of normal Madoka's Rain of Arrows. Meanwhile Kriemhild Gretchen attacks by wishing a happy new year. Which involves forming a ball with the words "Happy New Year" on it in Japanese and crushing the enemies with it.
  • Improbable Weapon User: A Kyubey badminton racket. Her Magia attack is a rain of shuttlecocks instead of arrows.
  • Temporary Online Content: Exclusive to the New Year's event gacha.

Madoka-senpai

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Base rarity: 3* (event reward)
Element: Light
Type: Balanced
Magia: Madokalibur
Illustrated by: PAPA
Voiced by: Aoi Yuki

Magia Record has an official parody webcomic titled Magia Report, which began before the game was released. This webcomic stars a... unique version of Madoka. As part of the game's April Fools' Day events in 2018, this version of Madoka was added to the game proper. She's not canon. Or maybe she is?

Tropes applying to the Madoka in Magia Report can also go here.


  • Adaptational Jerkass: This Madoka is kind of an overbearing jerk. She wants Iroha to respect her as a sempai and gets really mean when she doesn't. She also makes fun of Iroha's poor gacha luck. In one comic, she even tries to steal Iroha's Magia Stones (the in-game currency).
  • Alternate Universe: The event indicates that Magia Report, including Madoka-sempai, happens in a separate dimension from normal Magia Record.
  • Continuity Porn: Almost all of her in-game animations and voice lines reference things from Magia Report. Heck, her mere existence as a playable character with a Nonstandard Character Design is a reference!
  • Diving Kick: In her Magia, she tries to hit her opponent with a giant sword but misses. So she does a diving kick instead.
  • Fun Personified: She's from the parody webcomic, so don't take her too seriously.
  • Harmful Healing: Her Connect heals an ally, but also decreases the ally's attack and defense.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Her attacks include a crab claw and and a back-mounted artillery canon.
  • Joke Character: She's an April Fools' Day character with a Nonstandard Character Design that has the worst Connect in the game.
  • Lethal Joke Character: Her Connect does have one hidden ability - if used on Himika Mao (drawn by the same artist) it will cancel the debuff, and at a higher star ranking it will boost Himika's Attack and Defense instead.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: Unlike everyone else, her in-battle and out-of-battle sprites are an animated picture drawn by her illustrator. The effect makes her look more like a cartoon character compared to everyone else.
  • Sempai Kouhai: Proudly claims she's Iroha's magical girl senior. In the comics, Iroha was initially greatful, but began to be turned off by this Madoka's negative personality traits.
  • Shout-Out: Her Magia is named Madokalibur, probably referencing Fate/stay night and its own mobile game spin-off Fate/Grand Order.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: Inverted and then subverted. When Madoka-senpai was announced (on April Fools' Day), the announcement said that anything could be changed without notice. Most announcements in Magia Record say this once, but this announcement said it four times. Because of this Suspciously Specific Affirmation, some players thought the announcement was a joke and no character was to be added. They were wrong, of course. This reaction was probably part of the joke; after Madoka-senpai's release, her illustrator said the game's developers never lie (unless it's about release dates).
  • Vocal Dissonance: She really is voiced by Aoi Yuuki, but Aoi gives her a voice that makes her sound almost like a squeaky-voiced old woman.

Homura Akemi(Swimsuit ver.)

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Light
Type: Magia
Magia: Doppel Fishing Special
Doppel: Homulilly
Illustrated by: Imoan
Voiced by: Chiwa Saitou

An alternate version of Homura introduced during a 2018 Summer event. The first alternate version of a character to have an element that is different from the normal version.


  • Assist Character: Homura's Magia has her cast her fishing line. After a moment, she reels in Sayaka and Oktavia, who attacks the enemy.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: Her doppel description explicitly mentions game mechanics.
  • Fighting Clown: Her weapon is a fishing rod, and her Magia and Doppel are even weirder.
  • I Know Madden Kombat: Her skill of using a fishing rod as a weapon is because she turns out to be a talented angler who fishes out Oktavia using an ordinary fishing rod
  • Incredibly Lame Pun: This Homulilly's form is the "near shore". This is a play on how the original Homulilly was the witch of the "mortal world". The Japanese word translated as "mortal world" is shigan, which literally means "this shore".
  • Rod And Reel Repurposed: She literally fights with a Kyubey-themed fishing rod
  • This Banana is Armed: Her Doppel pulls out a sunflower and a palm tree, and then fires projectiles from them. Apparently the tree fires supersonic coconuts.
  • Tsundere: This Homura's sidestory reveals that Homulilly is either this or a hypocrite. Homulilly confronts Homura that she's having fun in the beach when she should be focusing on saving Madoka, but the Doppel profile notes that this version of Homulilly is pretty summer-esque herself.

Iroha Tamaki(Swimsuit ver.)

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Water
Type: Support
Magia: The Way I Swim
Doppel: Giovanna
Illustrated by: Itokuni (4*), Punyan (5*)
Voiced by: Momo Asakura

An alternate version of Iroha introduced during a 2018 Summer event.


  • Emotional Powers: The fact that Iroha can use Giovanna in this version when she couldn't yet in the main story is explained as Iroha in the middle of her summer festivity is bolder toward her "other self" than otherwise, while Giovanna, being a Shrinking Violet that she is, is carried away by Iroha's wishes.
  • Fighting Clown: Her weapon is basically a razor sharp hula-hoop. Also, her doppel has a pirate ship sail.
  • Forgot About His Powers: Iroha technically can swim, but because she was once drown, she's too afraid to swim without the inner tube. But when Rena drowns, Iroha without much thought jumps in the water and save her. Only after that act that she remembers that she's suppose to afraid of water, and proceeds to drown herself.
  • Improbable Weapon User: She uses a Kyubey-themed inner tube as a weapon.
  • Making a Splash: All of her attacks use water in some fashion. In her doppel, she literally attacks by jumping from a great height and splashing into water.
  • Rings of Death: The inner-tube creates a razor sharp ring of water. Iroha basically tuns herself into a walking buzzsaw.

Ultimate Madoka

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Light
Type: Ultimate
Magia: There is no reason to despair anymore!/Everyone will be with me forever.
Illustrated by: Sasagi Koushi
Voiced by: Aoi Yuuki

The Law of Cycles. The goddess of all magical girls, who wished to erase all witches before they were born.

The Goddess exists beyond the past, present, future and even the unseen depths of space, watching over magical girls as their guardian. Knowing all magical girls by hand and giving them her blessings, the Goddess is omnipotent. However, for the first time since her birth, she discovered a magical girl that she knows nothing about...

Ultimate Madoka will be released for a limited time during the first anniversary event. Notably, she does not have a Doppel; she has a second Magia instead. She's also the first magical girl to have an "EX Skill", which is a passive ability tied to the character.


  • All-Powerful Bystander: Ultimate Madoka is practically omnipotent, capable of erasing a timeline. But she's incapable of acting nilly-willy without disturbing the law of universe, lest she's destroying all other timelines in the universe. No matter how much suffering she witnesses, she can't interfere with it unless it has something to do with her function as the Law of Cycle.
  • All Your Powers Combined: The Ultimate type is basically all other types combined, making Ultimate Madoka capable of filing any role in the party.
  • The Cameo: In her second Magia, there are glimpses of the spin-off magical girls that not yet playable in the game, like the rest of Suzune Magica main characters, Eliza and the three English antagonists from Tart Magica, and three of the magical girls that Ultimate Madoka saves in the last episode of Madoka Magica.
  • Infinity +1 Element: While her actual element is still Light, she has a unique type named "Ultimate" that has strengths of multiple types without the downsides.
  • Not So Omniscient After All: From her side story, it is revealed that the universe of Magia Record is beyond her foresight. While she can see the past of the timeline, she can't see the future.
  • Power Floats: Her sprite floats off the ground.

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Manaka Kurumi

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Base rarity: 2*
Type: Heal
Magia: Complete Spices
Illustrated by: Kuraha
Voiced by: Aya Suzaki

A cooking-type magical girl who inherited her cooking skills from her father. Her parents' home was a traditional, western-style restaurant with a long history. Her cooking ability is first-class and without any complaints, but her annoying attitude full of self-confidence is the fly in her soup. Her pride in her skills is backed by her hard work and effort, and she has absolutely no bad intentions.

One of the initial playable characters. A girl who loves her father, and will do anything to promote his restaurant. Thinking that going to a prestigious school could give the restaurant a good advertisement, she applied to St. Liliana Academy but failed and instead was accepted in Mizumei Girls' School, where she gains a reputation as a high-class chef. Growing boastful, she met Sana who didn't get her share of lunch because she was late. After seeing Sana who nevertheless overjoyed from her simple soup, Manaka realized that she had lost sight of her original purpose. Manaka is now opening a cooking class. Her wish was to have a chance to serve food to anyone.


  • Chef of Iron: She is an awesome cook and a magical girl, and her costume is an apron and a chef's jacket.
  • Elemental Hair: A Flame-elemental magical girl with bright orange hair.
  • Food as Bribe: She tries to bribe Kyouko with free home-cooked meals to get her to stop eating junk food.
  • Frills of Justice: Manaka's magical girl outfit is the girliest chef's uniform in existence.
  • Frying Pan of Doom: Complete with Instant Runes in her four-star card. It grows to enormous proportions for Manaka's Magia, Complete Spices.
  • Nice Hat: A chef's hat, with her Soul Gem pinned to the brim.
  • Supreme Chef: Her cooking skills are top-notch, as Kyouko can attest. Manaka aspires to share her cooking with the whole world.
  • Tastes Like Friendship: She befriends Kyouko by cooking her omelette rice for free.
  • Third-Person Person: Manaka talks like this.

Rika Ayano

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Base rarity: 3*
Type: Magia
Magia: Brilliant Beam
Illustrated by: Mashimasaki
Voiced by: Kanae Ito

A modern gal type magical girl who loves the latest fashion and makeup. Contrary to the fad follower norm, though, she is earnest in love, and she hides painful feelings that she has worried about for a long time. With her sincere personality, she is the type that can get anyone to open their heart to her.

One of the initial playable characters, she appears as a secondary character in "The Diary I Wrote With You" event. A girl who falls in love with her female childhood friend, who already has a boyfriend. Though the exact wording is unknown, her wish made the childhood friend and her boyfriend seemingly never meet each other, and the former fell in love with Rika. Realizing that she brainwashed her friend, Rika broke up with her to atone for her selfishness. She met Ren when the later tries to commit suicide, motivating the negative girl into finding her noble purpose. Her wish was for the person who she loves, to love her back.


  • Badass Gay: Rika has a crush on her female friend, and she can hold her own as a magical girl.
  • Charm Person: At 4*, her Magia has a chance to charm the surviving enemies.
  • Did Not Get the Girl: Rika wished that her crush would love her back, but after realizing that she'd broken up a great relationship between the crush and her boyfriend, and that her wish was tantamount to brainwashing, broke up with her crush and got them back together.
  • Frickin' Laser Beams: Her Magia, Brilliant Beam, has her compact grow to enormous proportions and fire a giant beam of light at whatever got in her way. One of her normal attacks is a scaled-down version of that.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Rika is a very kind and compassionate girl, always willing to stick up for other people and listen to their problems.
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: In the end, she wants her crush to be happy, even if it means Rika isn't with her.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Rika fights with a compact that turns into a giant mecha compact and shoots lasers.
  • Incompatible Orientation: This is one of the reasons she had to resort to magic to get her crush to love her.
  • Lipstick Lesbian: Rika loves fashion and makeup, to the point where her weapon as a magical girl is a compact mirror. She also has an unrequited crush on her female childhood friend.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: To Ren, starting from when she saved Ren after she jumped off a building.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: When she realized that she functionally brainwashed her crush with her wish, she broke up with her crush despite her own feelings. Everytime she talks about it, she puts herself down so much for her rash decision.
  • Unlucky Childhood Friend: To her crush, despite her best efforts.

Ayame Mikuri

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Base rarity: 2* (event reward)
Type: Attack
Magia: Unknown Flying Fire
Illustrated by: Yuugen
Voiced by: Ibuki Kido

A magical girl from Kamihama City's facility 'Azalea's House'. She grew up in Azalea House since she was abandoned at the age of one. She has a pure and straight heart, yet very wild. Always active, this has caused her to often be in trouble and she'll push towards anything recklessly.

Debuted in October 10th, 2017 as one of the main character in "And So The Azalea Blooms" event. A girl who was abandoned as a baby in the Azalea House, with Konoha and Hazuki as her guardians. Finding out that the orphanage was going to be demolished because of government corruption, the trio joint-wished for the orphanage's survival. Her specific wish was for the Azalea House to continue existing indefinitely. In Kamihama City, she befriends Kako and Felicia and this friendship bridges the three way conflict of the mysterious fainting incident among magical girls.


  • An Axe to Grind: Her weapon of choice.
  • The Baby of the Bunch: She's younger than Konoha and Hazuki, and the two had been a surrogate family for her since she was abandoned by her parents as a baby, so she thinks of Konoha and Hazuki as her parents.
  • Bare Your Midriff: In her magical girl form.
  • Bunnies for Cuteness: Her right stocking has a bunny on it, and she makes magic illusory bunnies in her transformation sequence.
  • Collector of the Strange: She has a habit of collecting things she thinks are cute. When she shows Konoha and Hazuki things like a broken bicycle bell, their only reaction is saying that at least she's not collecting dead bugs anymore.
  • Does Not Know His Own Strength: One of the things on Hazuki's exclusive to-do list Memoria is to fix some furniture that Ayame destroyed by accident.
    • When Ayame and Felicia have an arm-wrestling contest, the table they use to prop their elbows on breaks.
  • Eyepatch of Power: In her magical girl form.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: She wears two different stockings in her magical girl form.
  • Flower in Her Hair: A hot pink azalea in her magical girl form.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Her default hairstyle.
  • Orphanage of Love: Grew up in one.
  • Saving the Orphanage: Why she and her friends became magical girls.
  • Showgirl Skirt: In her magical girl form, on top of another skirt.
  • Temporary Online Content: Magia Record's first event-exclusive magical girl.
  • True Companions: With Konoha Shizumi and Hazuki Yusa. They grew up in an orphanage together and made their wishes together.
  • The World's Expert on Getting Killed: If a route goes to a bad end in the 'And So the Azalea Blooms' story arc, expect Ayame to suffer.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Grade A in her magical girl form and her school uniform.

Aimi Eri

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Base rarity: 3*
Type: Balance
Magia: Absolute Lock On!
Illustrated by: Hiro Kanzaki
Voiced by: Reina Ueda

The magical girl who is hard in love. There is a favorite person she's liked since they were junior high school students, and she becomes embarrassed when the person in question is before her, so she worries about speaking well. The delusional note written with a confession, a secret situation (date plan) that can't be shown to anyone.

Debuted in October 23th. A girl who has a crush on her classmate named Hayato. She was trapped inside a Witch's barrier and attempted to fight despite having no power before she was saved by Natsuki. Finding out about the magical girl's wish, Aimi impulsively wished to know about Hayato's feeling for her. Laconically answered that he knows Aimi's crush, Aimi nevertheless still felt too embarrassed to spit it out.


  • Camera Abuse: She shatters the screen by shooting it in her transformation sequence.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: She's been crushing on the same guy since junior high, but gets embarrassed when she tries to talk to him, even though she knows he likes her back. She's written and discarded about 50 love letters by now.
  • Cowboy: Her magical girl costume has an Old West theme.
  • Dual Wielding: Two six-shooter pistols in her transformation sequence.
  • The Gunslinger: She's pretty good with those revolvers.
  • Nice Hat: A frilly cowboy hat.
  • "Shaggy Dog" Story: Her Valentine 2018 story starts because she's still can confess to her crush and gives him the honmei chocolate (again). Kokoro gives her an advice that she gives her giri and honmei chocolate at the same time so she won't be nervous. Aimi then happily does so, only to realize that she gave her honmei chocolate to a female classmate. So not only her crush thinks that he has been friendzoned, her classmate also thinks that she's gay. And she still can't explain that mistake at the end.
  • Smitten Teenage Girl: Hopelessly in love with one of her classmates. We know nothing about him, so we don't know what she sees in him.
  • Smoking Barrel Blowout: In her transformation sequence and her Magia.
  • Revolvers Are Just Better: Her weapons are an infinite amount of revolvers, fitting the cowgirl theme.
  • Throw-Away Guns: In her Magia, Absolutely Lockon. Apparently she only conjures one bullet per six-shooter.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Grade A in her magical girl form.

Karin Misono

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Base rarity: 4*
Type: Support
Doppel: McDougal
Magia: Candy Death Squall
Illustrated by: Ume Aoki (4*), Koushi Sasagi (5*)
Voiced by: Hisako Kanemoto

A self-styled master thief, Karin is a magical girl born on Halloween who tries to interpret it conveniently. She has a hobby of reading and drawing manga, including a dramatized version of her magical girl exploits. She was influenced by her favorite "Phantom Thief Girl Magical Kirin".

Debuted on October 30th, 2017 as the main character of Halloween 2017 event. Self-styled phantom thief and Robin Hood wannabe who steals Grief Seeds from the strong magical girls and gives it to the weak. An imaginative girl who is also Alina's junior in the art club. Karin's grandmother was a chronic kleptomaniac, a habit that Karin's mother despised her in-law for, so Karin made her wish to cure her grandmother of her impulse. Her and her Doppel McDougal's ability is to steal anything and instantly transport it to their hands as long as the heist target is a physical object.


  • Cape Swish: All the time.
  • Cute Witch: Fitting for the Halloween event magical girl.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Her default hairstyle.
  • Halloween Episode: Karin was created to promote the Halloween event.
  • Horrible Judge of Character:
    • While her reasons to cross both Masara and Nanaka from her hitlist are sound, that decision somehow makes her choose to target Yachiyo instead. Not only the reason why Karin can steal Yachiyo's Grief Seed in the first place is because Yachiyo lets her, Yachiyo proceeds to track her down anyway and give her a tongue-lashing. It's only the start of her Humble Pie, because as it turns out, Karin also overestimates her own character.
    • The biggest case of her obliviousness is that she has absolutely no suspicion that her Alina-senpai is a magical girl, despite already asking outright whether she is one and Alina's answer is obviously a lie.
  • Just Like Robin Hood: She often steals grief seeds from more powerful magical girls and gives them to weaker ones.
  • Her Code Name Was "Mary Sue": Her manga is a doujinshi loosely based on her favorite manga, but with Karin as the main character. One of the reasons Alina can read her like a (literal) open book is because she notices that Karin is self-inserting too much.
  • Phantom Thief: Calls herself "Phantom Thief Karin", and her powers revolve around stealing.
  • Power Copying: She can turn her scythe into her opponent's weapon. It freaks her out for a while.
  • Sinister Scythe: Her weapon of choice.
  • Sticky Fingers: Her doppel, McDougal, is the doppel of cat burglary. It steals its own runes in its summoning sequence, for Pete's sake. Also, Karin's grandmother had kleptomania, so she made a contract to cure her of the disease.
  • Terrible Artist: Just look at how she drew the other girls in her Memoria. Karin's going to need to learn how to draw faces if she wants to become a famous manga artist.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Alina turned out the way she is was one part Karin's fault. One terrible case of artistic slump and a harsh Dare to Be Badass critic from a contest judge, Alina had an existential crisis over her prospective future as an artist. After going to a travel to search for inspiration turned out to be in vain, Alina confided in Karin about her motivation of drawing her manga in hope to better understand herself. Karin innocently answered that she draws because she wants to share her happiness through her drawing. Unfortunately, Alina's happiness is on "eccentric" side, so Karin's words only made Alina realized that she might be a terrible person after all and had a dark case of Be Yourself.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Grade A as a magical girl.

Reira Ibuki

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Base rarity: 3*
Type: Balance
Magia: Circle of Fire
Illustrated by: Hanokage
Voiced by: Marika Kouno

A magical girl living in an apartment complex in Kamihama's Shinsei Ward. Cheerful and very gentle-hearted, she touches everyone she comes in contact with. Drawn to her personality, lots of people and things in nature gather around her. On the other hand, sometimes she sacrifices herself for the sake of harmony around her.


  • Death by Origin Story: Reira died committing suicide because of a witch kiss before the story event. Seika wished for her revival and she ended up restored without the memory of her own death.
  • Disappeared Dad: Her father has since passed away, and Reira lives only with her mother.
  • Flaming Sword: Her weapon of choice.
  • Giant Waist Ribbon: In her magical girl form.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Two enormous pink pigtails that are at least hip-length.
  • Stocking Filler: Garters holding up her pant legs in her magical girl form.
  • Stripperiffic: Reira's magical girl outfit, what with the completely exposed underwear and all.
  • Sweet Tooth: Her favorite food is milk chocolate. She doesn't like bitter things, up to and including semi-sweet chocolate.
  • Sword Plant: Does this in her Magia to unleash a wall of flames.

Himika Mao

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Base rarity: 4*
Type: Defense
Magia: Meteor Fist
Doppel: Bond Bomb
Illustrated by: PAPA
Voiced by: Naomi Ozora
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Real early. Himika debuted in a Magia Report comic in the end of June, 2017, over a month before the game even came out. She wasn't a playable character until April of 2018 - though she did make a few appearences before then.
  • Frills of Justice: All over her magical girl outfit.
  • Massive Numbered Siblings: Himika's the eldest of seven children.
  • Rapunzel Hair: An ankle-length braid, much like Uno.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Not Himika, but her Doppel. Bond Bomb's eyes are normally blue, but they turn red right before it attacks.
  • Stripperiffic: Her magical girl outfit is a crop top, panties, and chaps.

    Aqua Magical Girls 

Asuka Tatsuki

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Base rarity: 3*
Type: Balance
Magia: Shining Dragon Fang
Doppel: Henrietta
Illustrated by: Ume Aoki
Voiced by: Asami Seto

A magical girl who practices everyday with the aim of being a licensed tutor in the Nagino Tachi Tezuka technique. The only daughter of the martial art dojo "Ryuushinbyu" with a long history. While she's disciplined and always pursue her goal earnestly, she also has a side that is quick to act without thinking, which may cause a disturbance.

One of the initial playable characters. The heir of Ryuuchinbyu dojo, a girl that is too earnest for her own good. Her beloved cousin wanted to be a police officer but because his father, who ran for the Kamihama mayoral election, was caught in an electoral fraud, he could have been disqualified from the police school. Her wish was that her cousin could be a police officer. She makes a magical girl duo with Sasara Minagi.


  • Animal Motifs: Dragons. Both Asuka's last name and the name of her family dojo have the character for dragon in them, and she summons a giant water dragon in battle.
  • Blade on a Stick: Her weapon of choice is a naginata.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: She takes the bushido value to a ridiculous extent. She regularly tries to commit seppuku for minor mishaps, and Sasara has to stop her. She gets slightly better, in the New Year event - she only tries to do self-flaggelation after losing her hanetsuki match.
  • Heir to the Dojo: The only daughter of the "Ryuushinbyu" family dojo. The dojo is where she learned to fight, and she bases her outlook on life around its teachings.
  • Instant Awesome: Just Add Dragons!: Her Magia, Shining Dragon Fang, has her summon a giant water dragon, which also appears in her transformation sequence.
  • Lady Legionnaire Wear: Her skirt in her magical girl form, styled to look like samurai armor.
  • Naginatas Are Feminine: Her weapon, which she's been trained in her whole life.
  • No Sense of Direction: Kyubey points the way toward a witch and Asuka dashes off... in the opposite direction.
  • Sarashi: Part of her magical girl outfit.
  • Suicide as Comedy: He announcements that she will self-harm or even kill herself are treated as a joke.
  • Water Is Blue: Asuka's outfit is mostly blue, and she is an Aqua-element magical girl.

Natsuki Utsuho

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Base rarity: 2*
Type: Support
Magia: Go! Fight! Win!
Illustrated by: Nan Yaegashi
Voiced by: Mako Morino

A magical girl who cheers for everyone and glows with cheerfulness. She loves baseball and at school, she cheers for the baseball team members as a cheerleader. She's also the baseball team manager and the cheer team manager, supporting everyone all year long without rest.

One of the initial playable characters. A girl who loves baseball, but can't pursue it because her middle school doesn't allow girls into the baseball club, so she became a cheerleader and found that she loves cheering on her friends more than she loves baseball. Her brother is an ace in his baseball team, but before the Little League tournament, he suddenly collapsed from fever. Unable to find a replacement and risking disqualification, Natsuki wished for her brother's recovery before the game.


  • Battle Baton: Her weapon of choice.
  • Cute Little Fang: Has one.
  • Cute Sports Club Manager; She's one for her middle school's baseball team and the cheer team. She even likes to make lucky charms for other magical girls. She wanted to be on the baseball team with her brother and all her friends, but she couldn't because she was a girl.
  • Frills of Justice: Fitting for a cheerleader-themed magical girl.
  • Gainaxing: One of her Memoria reveals that she doesn't wear a bra with her cheerleading uniform. Which has to hurt.
  • Genki Girl: Her most apparent characteristic is that she's constantly cheerful.
  • Hair Decorations: A big black bow around her ponytail.
  • Jiggle Physics: It's most notable in her magical girl uniform, but somebody really wanted to show off Natsuki's figure in her Live2D model.
  • Modesty Shorts: Under her cheer uniform.
  • Showgirl Skirt: As a magical girl, over top of another skirt.
  • Tomboyish Ponytail: Wears her hair in one.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Grade A in her magical girl form.

Nanaka Tokiwa

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Base rarity: 3*
Type: Balance
Magia: White Camellia
Doppel: Maura
Illustrated by: Hayami Chika
Voiced by: Mao Ichimichi

A magical girl whose family founded the famous "Kashinryuu" flower arranging school that dates back to the Edo period. She is attractive, irreproachable, and clear-headed. At first glance, she seems to have a calm and innocent personality, but in fact, she is a strategist who is always scheming. Further, she understands the situation she has been put in and copes with it calmly.

One of the initial playable characters, she appears as a secondary character in "And So The Azalea Blooms" event. The heir of her family's flower arranging school, but was wrestled away from her birthright by her father's students. Seeing the school was corrupted out of its tradition, Nanaka's father begged her on his deathbed to take back the school. Her wish is to gain power so she can enact revenge with her own hands, which gives her the ability to sense her enemies' hostile intention. The leader of a team consisting of herself, Akira Shinobu, Meiyui Chun, and Kako Natsume.


  • Best Served Cold: Nanaka's father was barred from his own flower-arranging school by his students, and asked Nanaka to take it back before he died. Nanaka didn't know what she could do about it, so she made a contract with Kyubey to become powerful enough to fight back. Her contract allowed her to see that the school was under the influence of a witch, who had also caused numerous other disasters around Kamihama City.
  • Complexity Addiction: Her largest flaw might her tendency to think the worst of people. In the "Azalea" event, she isolates Felicia from other girls likely because she thinks that a mercenary with no loyalty can't trusted, and she would soon backstab her allies if given a chance. The probability of such case happening is small simply because Felicia isn't smart enough to plan such thing, but Nanaka doesn't know that for she thinks that other people are as scheming as she is.
  • Cultured Badass: She's part of a long line of flower arrangers, and she can hold her own in a fight.
  • Flower in Her Hair: In her magical girl form, with her soul gem in the center.
  • Good Is Not Soft: The amount of scheming she makes would portray seemingly her like a sinister figure, but each time she appears in the side-story, she's always unambiguously good. While she's not above blackmail and mind-games, unlike Well-Intentioned Extremist magical girls like Oriko, Nanaka always avoid options that is morally black like murder or permanent reputation damage toward her human enemies. Otherwise, she's a very pleasant person to be with.
  • Katanas Are Just Better: Her weapon of choice in her magical girl form. Her sheath is actually containing twin katanas, both sheathed at each ends.
  • Kimono Is Traditional: Her family's flower-arranging school dates back to the Edo period, and the reason Nanaka made her wish was to bring her father's traditional teachings back to it, so her magical girl outfit being a modified kimono makes sense.
    • She wears an actual kimono when she arranges flowers, as seen in one of her Memoria.
  • Last Request: On his deathbed, her father begged her to take back the family's flower-arranging school, as he had been kicked out by his students under the influence of a witch. This drove Nanaka to make her contract, so she could fulfill his dying wish.
  • Manipulative Bitch: Kyubey notes that she might pretend to have a trouble fighting familiars to force Kako's hand into making contract for sake of boosting the number of her subordinates. She laughs it off, claiming that she's really not that strong and genuinely having a bad time fighting.
  • Meganekko: Nanaka is wearing glasses in her civilian days. Because she doesn't use it when she's flower-arranging, that means she's a hyperopic.
  • Proper Tights with a Skirt: In her magical girl form.
  • Properly Paranoid: Her personal power is "knowing who her enemies", but it's more like her sensing hostile intention. She realizes that Kyubey is her 'enemy' before knowing the context and her power warns her of Hazuki's mistrust, and thus she's scheming around off-screen to get back at them.
  • Sheltered Aristocrat: In Hazuki's sidestory, it is revealed that Nanaka had never experienced eating in a family restaurant or going in a cafe.
  • The Strategist: Nanaka is always planning and analyzing her surroundings and situations.

Akira Shinobu

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Base rarity: 2*
Type: Attack
Magia: Machinegun Fists
Illustrated by: Ochau
Voiced by: Tomo Muranaka

A magical girl with a boyish appearance and conduct. Due to her father who runs a karate dojo, she was raised and trained as an equal with the boys. With a personality that can't refuse a request from a person a need, she is called the "Troubleshooter of Saikyoin" thanks to her habit of getting involved in and taking care of all sorts of things.

One of the initial playable characters, appears as a minor character in "And So The Azalea Blooms" event. A tomboyish martial artist who feels compelled to help the helpless because of her father's advice. She walked in a Witch's barrier when investigating a missing underclassman, and contracted with Kyubey to gain power to save the trapped people in the barrier. One of the people roped in by Emiri for her "Trouble Consultation Office" because of her reputation for fixing people's problems.


  • Bare Your Midriff: In her magical girl form.
  • Bokukko: Akira uses "boku", befitting her Tomboy with a Girly Streak nature.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: She can't refuse anybody in need. She solves so many random problems that she's called the "Troubleshooter of Saikyoin". Her reason to contract and wish is that she stumbled upon Witch-kissed people and she contracted simply to have the power to help them.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: In her magical girl form, her shirt is cropped on the left side, but not the right.
  • Girls Love Stuffed Animals: One of Akira's Memoria is her cooing over a teddy bear in a wedding dress.
  • Hair Decorations: Star-shaped barrettes that she wears all the time.
  • Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: She can do this in her Magia, which is aptly named Machinegun Fists.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Akira's a black belt in karate and has a generally boyish attitude, but she also has a pile of teddy bears in her room, reads Shojo manga and romance novels, and records television dramas. She also admires Natsuki's cheer uniform.
  • Who Wears Short Shorts?: In her magical girl form.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Grade B in her magical girl form, and Grade A in her school uniform.

Meiyui Chun

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Base rarity: 3*
Type: Defense
Magia: Hawk Shadow Slash
Illustrated by: Itokuni
Voiced by: Asuka Nishi

A magical girl who belongs to the organization known as the "Soukaihou." A user of kung fu. She left her parents in China and moved to Japan by herself. Normally her tone and demeanor is cool, but she conceals a passion for her beloved comrades and hometown that she treasures more than anything else. She is fond of mahjong.

One of the initial playable characters, appears as a minor character in "And So The Azalea Blooms" event. The third generation descendant of a China-born Japanese who stayed in China after the World War II, the family established a black market organization that is closely tied to the neighborhood. Meiyui's father was caught by the police on the suspicion of a crime that he had no connection to, and the organization was in danger of dissolving. Meiyui's wish was to protect Soukaihou.


  • All Chinese People Know Kung-Fu: Meiyui certainly does.
  • Anime Chinese Girl: She moved to Kamihama City from somewhere in China, knows kung fu, and wears a stylized qipao and odango in her magical girl form.
  • Friendly Neighborhood Gangster: Her organization is allied with the police and operates more like a civil organization than a crime mob. When she finds out that Homura is stealing weapons from her organization, she lets Homura go because the guys she's stealing from were trying to cause trouble. She also uses her connections to get Tsuruno a job in a factory that is in debt to the Soukaihou.
  • Frills of Justice: They're on her skirt, spilling out from her sleeves, and even in her hair.
  • Hair Decorations: Meiyui's got quite a few. In her magical girl form, she wears frilly scrunchies with ribbons trailing down from them, little bows on the end of her braids, and barrettes to keep her side bangs out of her face. And in her civilian clothes, she wears little bows in her side bangs.
  • I Work Alone: She's the only one from Nanaka's team that doesn't immediately join from her initial recruitment, rejecting her because of a combination of distrust and loyalty to her own organization. It's only when Nanaka shows that she's not all talk by helping Meiyui in a Witch fight that Meiyui agrees to join.
  • Odango Hair: Wears her hair like this all the time.
  • Qipao: A very, very frilly one in her magical girl form.
  • Wolverine Claws: Her weapon of choice. They've got diamonds printed on them.
  • Yakuza: A member of the "Soukaihou" group, who have allied themselves with the police. Meiyui is very protective of them, since they're also her family.

Konoha Shizumi

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Base rarity: 4*
Type: Balanced
Magia: Butterfly Tempest
Doppel: Tagori
Illustrated by: Yuugen
Voiced by: Lynn

A magical girl from Kamihama city's facility 'Azalea's House'. Originally born and raised in a wealthy family, but the family business was crooked, her parents died of disease, and she was taken in by the Azalea House. She was a part of the facility's organizing committee, and excels at whatever she's doing, unless it's cooking.

Debuted in October 10, 2017 and one of the main characters in "And So The Azalea Blooms" event. A daughter of a successful businessman whose fortune was turned around, she came to Azalea House after her parents died of stress, and bonded with the orphanage's director and two other orphans, Hazuki and Ayame. Finding out that the orphanage was going to be demolished because of a government corruption conspiracy, the trio joint-wished for the orphanage's survival. Her specific wish was to erase the main cause that tried to demolish the Azalea House. Her Doppel Tagori has the ability to conjure inextinguishable will-o’-wisps that will strike people who wronged her without fail. Distrustful and hostile toward strangers, she acts as the main hurdle for Hazuki and Ayame's attempts to work with local magical girls solving the fainting incident.


  • The Ace: She's good at everything (except for cooking). One throwaway line in the story is that she provides for her and her friend's needs by playing with the stock market.
  • Animal Eyes: Konoha gains these whenever she summons her doppel.
  • Animal Motif: Butterflies. They appear in her transformation sequence, her staff has butterfly-shaped blades on both ends, and she summons a swarm of butterflies in her Magia, "Butterfly Tempest."
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: In the event story, by the mystery villain.
  • Double Weapon: A staff with two butterfly-shaped blades on the ends.
  • Flower in Her Hair: A big blue azalea.
  • Ineffectual Loner: Konoha's constantly suspicious because the Vice-Director of her orphanage, someone she should trust, betrayed her beloved deceased Director and tried to shut down the orphanage. She's always on the move because she can never feel safe anywhere, with Hazuki and Ayame being the only people she trusts. If the player decides to choose her route, unless you choose favorable dialogue options beforehand, her decisions will default to turning against other magical girls, and it always leads to a bad end. She and Hazuki both distrust people, but Hazuki is pragmatic enough to work with others for the sake of survival. Konoha isn't, but will listen to Hazuki's advice. The way her decisions often gravitate to Honor Before Reason, it's almost like diplomacy is her Dump Stat. She gets better at the end of the event.
  • Kitsune: Her dopppel, Tagori, takes the form of a three-headed fox monster. The heads are modified kitsune masks.
  • Lethal Chef: Her cooking is so bad that it makes people pass out. She's trying to work on it, with little success.
  • My Beloved Smother: She really loves Hazuki and Ayame, but her actions tend to alienate them from others despite their wishes. The entire point of Hazuki's side story is that she's meeting with Nanaka behind Konoha's back, and Ayame's route in 'And So the Azalea Blooms' story arc starts because Ayame decides to befriend Kako of her own volition. Unless Hazuki and Ayame succeed in convincing Konoha in their respective routes, Konoha will cow them with her sheer overbearing presence into a bad end.
  • Orphanage of Love: Raised in one.
  • Proper Tights with a Skirt: In her magical girl form.
  • Sanity Slippage: The further you are into the 'Azalea' event, the more unreasonable she becomes. When the three are implicitly accused by several local magical girls of causing an incident where other magical girls are found unconscious, she blindly accuses them of putting her and her friends on the spot just because they're newcomers. It gets to the point where she, alone, tries to kill Yachiyo, Momoko, Rena and Kaede, not caring that she has to harm Hazuki and Ayame in the process when they try to stop her.
  • Saving the Orphanage: Why she and her friends became magical girls.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: In the New Year 2018 event, she notably lightens up toward Ayame's friends, treating Felicia to festival foods.
  • True Companions: With Ayame Mikuri and Hazuki Yusa. They grew up in an orphanage together and made their wishes together.
  • Villain Protagonist: While she's undeniably a main character of the "Azalea" event, she's also the most obviously hostile of all characters in the event beside the unseen culprit of the fainting incident. The trio would not have any problem integrating themselves with Kamihama's magical girl population if not for Konoha's constant antagonism toward everyone.

Seika Kumi

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Base rarity: 2* (event limited)
Type: Support
Magia: Summon Wave
Illustrated by: Hanokage
Voiced by: Azumi Waki

With an introverted personality, she's a magical girl who can't express her feelings openly. Living in the same apartment complex with Reira Ibuki and Mito Aino, she is socially distant with the exception of these two people. Seen as cold by people, the truth is she likes hot-blooded dramas and mangas. Her wish was to revive Reira.


  • Closet Geek: Despite looking like a cold person, she really likes books and TV series that have hot-blooded storylines. Her favorite show is a Bland-Name Product of a highschool rugby story. No one knows about it except her family.
  • Face of a Thug: Seika has a particularly characteristic intense glare as her regular expression. When Shizuku finds her leering at Ayaka, Shizuku initially thinks that Seika is planning something bad at Ayaka. Seika, on the other hand, is just trying to gather her courage to ask Ayaka to teach her how to do stand-up comedy.
  • Failure Is the Only Option: Congratulation, Seika! You successfully prevent your friends from selling their souls to a space ferret. Too bad that you have to destroy your friendship with them, you suck at magical-girling that you'll die soon, and you still can't find out the truth about that girl who disappeared in your apartment complex.
  • Fog of Doom: Her general battle strategy is her deployment of Fog of War against her opponents. Her Connect and Magia are associated with Fog debuff and her standard attack animations have her surrounded herself with cold mist to mask her movements.
  • Shrinking Violet: Her dialogues are mostly coming out as stutters. It causes her to unable to talk about her feelings to her friends, something that often frustrates Reira.
  • Support Party Member: In a case of Gameplay and Story Integration, even more so than the other Support-types, Seika really sucks at fighting solo but shines when with her friends. She breaks her arm fighting familiars, which means she's even worse than Sayaka. In the endings where Seika continues working solo, the implication makes it seems that she won't be alive for long.
  • Take Me Instead: What she does, she does it for her friends. When Reira died from a witch-kiss, Seika made her contract to revive her and tries her damnedest to prevent both Reira and Mito from knowing about magical girl life by taking any witch hunt herself because she thinks this kind of life is "just like hell", despite not being that strong a magical girl. She fails at that, for her own good.

Mayu Kozue

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Base rarity: 4*
Type: Magia
Magia: Watercolor Rain
Doppel: Naomi
Illustrated by: Ryo Ueda
Voiced by: Yuka Aisaka

An alluring magical girl who draws in the attraction of men without realizing it. Her desire for a father figure, which gives her a habit of letting down her guard to older males, is most likely the reason. The influence of her late father led her to a love of art. She works part-time at an art gallery, with a goal of a job of art reparation. Her wish was for her boss' family to stop breaking apart.


  • Afraid of Their Own Strength: Mayu really doesn't like her Charm Person magic and she feels only embarrassment toward her Doppel.
  • Art Attacker: Her weapon is a giant paintbrush and she attacks by painting rainbow projectiles onto her enemies.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Ria initially dislikes her because she thinks Mayu is this trope, calling her an "annoying girl playing innocent." However, after actually talking with Mayu, Ria realizes that Mayu genuinely is sweet, innocent, and oblivious to the effect she has on men. This causes her to become fiercely protective of Mayu.
  • Charm Person: She was a Dude Magnet even prior to her contract, and her personal magic downright weaponizes it, though she mistakes it as a binding power. Her Doppel escalates this power into charming everyone regardless of gender.
  • Daddy's Girl: She looked up to her deceased father a lot, but his death causes her to search for a surrogate father figure and looks up to dependable older men. The men meanwhile often misunderstand her intention, thinking that she's accepting their sexual advances, and she would unintentionally stray them to infidelity.
  • Disappeared Dad: Her father has passed away, and it affects her greatly because she idolized him.
  • Dude Magnet: She effortlessly attracts males, especially older ones, even before she made her contract. When Ria saw Mayu's married boss corner her in an attempt to ask her out, she intervened and advised Mayu that she might turn into a homewrecker if she doesn't speak up. Mayu was horrified, because she had lost her father and knows just what kind of hardship a broken family causes.
  • Nice Girl: She is sweet and kind to everyone she meets.
  • Oblivious to Love: She has no idea that the men she tries to make father figures out of are actually attracted to her. It gets gross really fast.
  • Self-Deprecation: Whenever she's complimented on something, she tends to downplay or protest it.
  • Shout-Out: Her Doppel's name Naomi is the titular Villain Deuteragonist of Junichiro Tanizaki's novel, as Naomi is, just like the Doppel, a beautiful young girl who manipulates older men's affection into obsession toward her.
    Forest Magical Girls 

Hinano Miyako

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Base rarity: 2*
Type: Support
Magia: Atomo Arrabbiata
Doppel: Cyan
Illustrated by: GENJIN
Voiced by: Madoka Asahina

Though she looks young, she is a veteran magical girl with a long history. She serves as president of the science club at school, so she is also a woman of science. She is adored by her underclassmen, but they also tease her a lot because of her childish appearance. She herself is exceedingly serious and aims to be a sexy type of girl.

An experiment gone wrong with Hydrogen sulfide put her in a deadly situation and turning into a magical girl was her only choice.


  • Animal-Eared Headband: In her magical girl form.
  • Chemistry Can Do Anything: Hinano's weapon is a bag of chemicals and test tubes, which she uses to attack her enemies and inflict status conditions.
  • Deadly Gas: The reason she became a magical girl. An experiment involving hydrogen sulfide went so awry that she had to make a contract with Kyubey just to survive. Her doppel is more or less made entirely out of toxic gases.
  • Experiment Show: Hinano puts these on for elementary school students, inspired by the presentations she saw at a science event as a child.
  • Gratuitous Italian: Her Magia name means "Angry Atom", though in earlier versions it used the feminine version of the adjective for a masculine noun.
  • Height Angst: Hinano strives to become a "mature, sexy type" of girl, but her petite stature prevents this from becoming a reality. Her state of mind is probably not helped by Emiri's constant jokes as well. On the other hand, her doppel is practically a Statuesque Stunner, complete with long, shapely legs, much to Hinano's delight.
  • Heroic Self-Deprecation: When she was young, she as inspired to a chemist because she watched a science demonstration and the presenter was an older, beautiful, and tall woman. She wishes to be a leggy, beautiful woman mostly because she thinks she has no charisma looking the way she is and she feel that she can't inspire other people to better themselves like that woman because of it.
  • Labcoat of Science and Medicine: Part of her magical girl outfit, as her weapons are chemistry-based.
  • Large Ham: Hinano turns into one when she does her presentations. Emiri knows something's wrong when Hinano starts saying her lines in a normal indoor speaking voice.
  • Mad Scientist: One of her hobbies is doing flashy experiments while laughing maniacally. It even shows up in one of her Memorias.
  • Meaningful Name: Her Doppel's name Cyan is actually the short of Cyanide, the chemical compound that is infamous for being highly toxic and volatile.
  • Minidress of Power: In her magical girl form.
  • Older Than They Look: She's actually 18, and her underclassmen tease her about her childish appearance.
  • Science Hero: Uses her knowledge of chemistry to fight witches.
  • Skewed Priorities: Apparently, constantly exposing herself and other people to dangerous chemicals is not that high in her list if she can have those long legs to do the Sexy Walk with.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Grade A in both her magical girl form and her school uniform.

Kako Natsume

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Base rarity: 2*
Type: Heal
Magia: Page Of Twinkle Road
Illustrated by: Shino
Voiced by: Eri Suzuki

Basically a magical girl who loves books. She is the only daughter of a family that runs a rare book store in Kamihama City called "Natsume Library", and her mother is a Japanese teacher. She lives a life of reading. She is kind-hearted, and while she doesn't draw attention to herself, when her time to shine comes, she carries the mental strength to properly assert herself. Her wish was to return her family happiness and the library, as it had been set on fire to by a Witch-Kissed man.


  • Badass Bookworm: Kako often plows through whole books in one sitting, and she's a capable magical girl. It's more obvious when she meets Umika, who is a quite famous novelist; Kako fangirls at both meeting her idol and fighting magical menaces along side of her.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Her hair and eyes are the same shade of teal.
  • Deer in the Headlights: Kako is too scared to do anything but watch when someone sets fire to Natsume Library.
  • Family Business: Her father runs a book store called "Natsume Library", and the family lives upstairs. Kako absolutely adores it, to the point where her exclusive Memoria is just a shelf in the book store. So when it got burned down by a man under the influence of a witch, she wished to bring it back.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: She has a thigh-high stocking on her right leg, and a regular sock and red ribbons on her left.
  • Flower in Her Hair: A big one on the right side of her head, and a little one in her left side bangs.
  • Frickin' Laser Beams: Kako can fire a massive one from her staff in her Magia, Page of Twinkle Road.
  • Hand-Hiding Sleeves: Of the cute variety.
  • Magic Staff: Her weapon of choice.
  • Only Sane Man: When your best friends are a pair of muscleheads, it's no wonder that Kako can only marvel just how far Felicia and Ayame can go with their competitions.
  • Secret Keeper: She's the only one who knew about the real context of Felicia's wish because Kyubey told her on a whim.

Konomi Haruna

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Base rarity: 2*
Type: Heal
Magia: Peony Bouquet
Illustrated by: Amane Shiki
Voiced by: Suzuko Mimori

A magical girl with an unusually strong love of flowers who works as a florist. As she is warm-hearted, she will go to great lengths for the manager of the shop whom she admires. She is very good at serving customers, but when it comes to flowers, she can end up wasting time on them, too. Her specialty is flower arranging.

A sweet old lady who manages a flower shop taught Konomi the charm of flowers, ever since then she's been working as a part-timer in her shop. One day, her mentor became very ill, and Konomi did what she could to protect her and the flower shop and wished for them to heal.


  • Fashionable Asymmetry: She has a garter on her left leg, but not her right.
  • Flower in Her Hair: A peony and a string of lilies-of-the-valley attached to a hair bow.
  • Frills of Justice: On her skirt, in her gloves and boots, and a frilly garter on her left leg.
  • Giant Poofy Sleeves: On her dress in her magical girl form.
  • Green Thumb: Konomi can make flowers grow where she walks. She showcases this power in her Magia, Peony Bouquet. A field of flowers grows around her enemies, which she promptly cuts down.
  • Innocent Flower Girl: She works part-time in a flower shop, and is kind, caring, and cute. Kyouko even calls Konomi cute when they meet.
  • Shear Menace: Her weapon of choice is a massive pair of gardening shears.
  • Showgirl Skirt: In her magical girl form, on top of another skirt.

Mito Aino

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Base rarity: 4*
Type: Balance
Magia: Shooting Thorny Burst
Doppel: Akakiy
Illustrated by: Hanokage
Voiced by: Maria Naganawa

A carefree and innocent magical girl, always living a natural way of life, however there are times when she can have a bit of a sharp tongue which makes people feel annoyed towards her, unlike her relaxed nature, Seika Kumi and Reira Ibuki are close childhood friends of hers that live in the same complex and she cherishes them more than anything else. She wished to connect hearts.


  • Ambiguous Disorder: From the way her classmates often tease her, how their teasing flies over her head, her peculiar habits, the way her mother talks to her and her attempt to move Mito out of the unfriendly neighborhood imply that Mito is somewhere in the autism spectrum.
  • Cat Smile: Sometimes sports one.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: She likes to meow at the neighborhood cats because she really thinks that she can communicate with them that way (she can't). She also has a very extensive imagination; she draws creatures that she dreams up the entire world of, and what a sight it is.
  • Draw Aggro: Her Connect and Magia have the affects of Provoke along with a chance (guaranteed at 5* for the Magia) of Evade, a cornerstone for a dodge-tanking wall that protects the squishier teammates.
  • The Empath: Her specific power is "connecting hearts", a power that makes people she's connecting in between share their personal emotions even beyond mind-reading, in that they feel those emotions like it's their own.
  • Four-Leaf Clover: Mito has clovers in her hair and on her costume, and a subplot in her debut event is her search for a four-leaf clover, hoping that the luck it brings will help end her friends' fight.
    • Despite this, her associated suit is the spade, as seen from her arrowheads, with the club suit is implied belonged to the girl who disappeared along with her parents in the Daitou Apartment Complex.
  • Frills of Justice: On the hems of her gloves and shorts in her magical girl form.
  • Genius Ditz: While she's pretty childish otherwise, she's very sensitive when it comes to emotion that she's quite impervious to Kyubey's standard MO. When Kyubey approaches her to make contract, the fact that she can't get a good feel on him causes her to ask too many questions. When she still can't read him despite getting her answers, she makes a wish with a specific power of heart-reading that she immediately uses on Kyubey, realizing that his heart is one black void, and keep badgering him with questions until he flees from being overwhelmed.
  • The Ingenue: Her optimism is very apparent in that she can never see anything as misfortune, instead thinking that her own shortcoming is the reason why things don't go her way and she should work harder to fix it.
  • Shout-Out: Her Doppel is an homage to Nikolai Gogol's short story, The Overcoat. Its name is a Japanese version of the protagonist's, and the doppel's form is literally an overcoat.
  • Taken for Granite: Her Doppel has the ability to turn anything, even the immaterial things like memories and emotions, into quartz.
  • Who Wears Short Shorts?: Mito does, in her magical girl form.
    Light Magical Girls 

Sasara Minagi

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Base rarity: 2*
Type: Defense
Magia: Knight Resolve
Illustrated by: Kei Toru
Voiced by: Rie Takahashi

A magical girl with a strong sense of justice. When she was young, she became obsessed with a knight of justice in a picture book, and since then, she's wished to become a knight that can help people in trouble as well. She also was influenced strongly by her father who was part of a rescue squad, and she prefers saving people's lives over defeating the enemies in front of her.


  • Cloud Cuckoolanders Minder: Sasara acts as one to Asuka Tatsuki, who tries to self-flagellate for every perceived misdeed.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: Sasara is functionally a magical girl rescue worker, always prioritizing rescuing civilians over fighting witches.
  • Deer in the Headlights: When Sasara is caught in a hostage situation, she can't do anything but hyperventilate. She becomes a magical girl so it won't happen again.
  • Dude, Where's My Respect?: Witch's kisses put people into a catatonic state after they're taken out of a barrier, so for all the good she does, Sasara never gets so much as a "thank you". Sasara hates the fact that she wants someone to praise her for doing the right thing. She gets a bit better once she teams up with Asuka.
  • Fleur de Lis: One on her skirt as a magical girl, reflecting her admiration of the knights of old.
  • Hair Decorations: A red butterfly clip in her civilian outfit, that her Soul Gem takes the place of when she transforms.
  • Heroes Prefer Swords: Her weapon of choice is a sabre.
  • Hostage Situation: Gets stuck as a hostage in a grocery store in her backstory.
  • Knight in Shining Armor: Sasara aspires to be one, inspired by both the knights in picture books and her father, a rescue worker.
  • Showgirl Skirt: In her magical girl form, on top of a miniskirt.
  • Small Steps Hero: Sasara prioritizes saving the people trapped in witches' barriers over fighting the witches themselves. This drives a wedge between her and Asuka when they first meet, as Asuka prioritizes defeating the witch over everything else.
  • Storm of Blades: Sasara's Magia, Knight Resolve, has her summon glowing broadswords and launch them at the enemy, with a few more falling from the sky for good measure.
  • Too Many Belts: At least three, though one does hold her scabbard.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Grade A in her magical girl form, and Grade B in her school uniform.

Shizuku Hozumi

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Base rarity: 2*
Type: Attack
Magia: Myriad Meese
Illustrated by: Sasagi Koushi
Voiced by: Ayaka Nanase

An elusive magical girl who wanders about searching for her own place. Because she cannot figure out what she likes, her dreams for the future, or even her own identity as a person, she carries a lot of anxiety due to her nebulous future. Befitting the only child of a family that runs a café, she is always calm. She wished to be there where her boyfriend was when he had an accident.


  • Bare Your Midriff: In her magical girl form.
  • Dating What Daddy Hates: From the narration, it's pretty clear that the only reason why Shizuku and Fuuin weren't officially dating was because Shizuku's father disapproved of their relationship, mostly because Fuuin was a 'searching for my calling' kind of homeless vagrant.
  • Deadly Disc: Her weapons of choice are a pair of chakrams.
  • Desperately Seeking A Purpose In Life: The boy she made her wish for and was planning her life around died before her eyes, so now she has no idea what to do with herself.
  • Family Business: Shizuku's family runs a coffee shop.
  • Fingerless Gloves: She sports a pair in her magical girl form.
  • Friendship Denial: After Yachiyo finds her working for a 'shady group', Yachiyo takes her into her inner circle. Shizuku is very grateful of the gesture, but later has a second thought when she thinks she's disturbing the group's dynamic, despite they're planning to accept her no matter what. Shizuku leaves the Nanami Household without telling anyone, but the gesture is enough sign to sadden Iroha and Yachiyo.
  • My Greatest Failure: Shizuku's crush got in a horrible accident, so she wished to be taken to his location. But when she got there, all she could do was watch him die.
  • Of Corsets Sexy: A bustier crop top in her magical girl form.
  • Scarf Of Asskicking: In her magical girl form.
  • The Stoic: Her bio and Memoria describe her as quiet and calm.
  • Teleportation: Her wish to immediately come to her crush's side on his deathbed causes her to have a teleportation power by slicing open the air and creating portals to wherever she wants.
  • Too Many Belts: At least three, and one of them has her soul gem on it.
  • Who Wears Short Shorts?: In her magical girl form.

Masara Kagami

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Base rarity: 3*
Type: Attack
Magia: Invisible Assassin
Illustrated by: H2S04
Voiced by: Shizuka Ishigami

A magical girl who rarely feels emotional highs or lows. She was born into a calm household that didn't have much strife, and her parents loved her as she grew up. But perhaps naturally, she developed a very cold personality and leads a quiet and detached life. Meanwhile, on the inside, she yearns for excitement. It is unknown what exactly she wished for.


  • Broken Ace: She's quick at picking up skills, her family is very stable, and she never lacks of anything. It instead makes her bored with life because she never really has anything going on. She took up both swimming and magical girl contract thinking that those can bring some excitement but because she's doing good at both, they only become a momentary thrill and she returns to being her unmotivated self.
  • Critical Hit Class: Her personal guarantees critical hits for one turn and her connect's sole effect is giving one of the highest critical hit chances in the game, meaning she more or less counts as this.
  • Emotionless Girl: Masara's affect is pretty... flat, and she doesn't understand why seeing Kokoro get hurt makes her feel bad.
    • The witch in "Howa Howa Girl" event stole everyone's most treasured items. Masara's dialogue is only that she's wondering why everyone seems busy, implying that she has nothing with sentimental value.
  • Giant Poofy Sleeves: In her magical girl form.
  • Heroic Self-Deprecation: Downplayed. Masara doesn't understand why someone would want to hang out with her, since as far as she can tell, they're not getting anything out of it.
  • Hidden Depths: She really likes watching documentaries on TV because it always gives her random trivia she didn't know previously.
  • Invisibility: She disappears before some of her attacks. Her Magia, Invisible Assassin, has her vanish and then go to town on her enemies.
  • Jumped at the Call: Masara was sick of being bored with her life, so she contracted because she thought it might interest her. She got bored of it once the novelty wears off.
  • The Spock: Thinks of life in terms of "merits" and "demerits", without any regard for how feelings factor into it. For instance, when Kokoro wants to hang out with her and share sweets, she can't see how it benefits Kokoro.
  • Tin Man: She bemoans not being able to find interest in her life, and envies people who get excited about things.
  • Who Wears Short Shorts?: Masara does, in her magical girl form.

Hazuki Yusa

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Base rarity: 3*
Type: Support
Magia: Thunder Torrent
Illustrated by: Yuugen
Voiced by: Haruka Yoshimura

A magical girl from Kamihama City's facility 'Azalea's House'. She was in an accident while traveling with her family, and only she survived. Afterwards was taken in by the Azalea House. However, despite her dark background, her personality is bright and social, and she's also good at communicating with the world around her. The trio she is a part of, joint-wished for the survival of their orphanage, and her specific wish was to erase the memories of them.


  • An Axe to Grind: Two of them, actually.
  • Cape Swish: During her transformation sequence.
  • The Conscience: She serves this to Konoha, whose paranoia is often detrimental to everyone, because not even Konoha can completely shut her off unlike Ayame. Only Hazuki that is close enough to Konoha for her to trust her words, stubborn enough to fight off Konoha's own hardheadedness, and mature enough to give Konoha's good advice. So, when Konoha will no longer listen to reason at the climax of the 'Azalea' event, it alarms Hazuki of a possible third party manipulating Konoha.
  • Control Freak: She obsession with schedule is mostly rooted on her perceptive desire to have everything under her control after she lost her family from something that she had no way of preventing. Because of this, she has low opinion on things that she can't directly move, thinking that bond outside her fellow Azalea orphans as mere convenience and has no strong loyalty toward it. Her fetish for sophisticated mind-game is because she finds thrill when things going All According to Plan.
  • Dual Wielding: Two axes.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: Two different lengths of stockings, and a white garter on her right leg, but not her left.
  • Fingerless Gloves: Sports a pair in her magical girl form.
  • Flower in Her Hair: A yellow azalea.
  • Impossibly-Low Neckline: In her four-star card.
  • Orphanage of Love: Grew up in one.
  • Passive-Aggressive Kombat: Despite her usually affable nature, Hazuki's relationship with Nanaka devolves into this, because their respective instincts warn them of each other's untrustworthiness. Akira even says that, "Their faces are smiling, but their eyes are not."
  • The Rival: When it comes to her interaction with Nanaka, Hazuki is The Rival to Nanaka's The Hero, mostly because Hazuki has a less benevolent and more selfish motivation compared to Nanaka, and she's still portrayed this way even in her own side-story. Just like any rival character, she ultimately lost against The Hero.
  • Saving the Orphanage: Why she and her friends became magical girls.
  • Schedule Fanatic: Because she's good at resource management, Hazuki is tasked on the household's schedule. Her personal Memoria 'Hazuki is Always Busy' depicts her calendar, of which each day is filled with her plans sometimes down to each hour, showing that she's like a housewife on tight budget waiting for discounts.
  • Shock and Awe: Her powers are electricity-themed.
  • Stepford Smiler: Since her parents died, though the director of the orphanage saw right through it.
  • True Companions: With Konoha Shizumi and Ayame Mikuri. They grew up in an orphanage together and made their wishes together.

Kokoro Awane

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Base rarity: 4*
Type: Defense
Magia: Discreet Bullet
Doppel: Pamela
Illustrated by: GAN
Voiced by: Reina Kondou

A magical girl who holds down an obsession inside her heart. She has lived with her father since her parents' divorce in her childhood, but as they have not been able to face each other they have had an uneasy relationship for a long time. She does not openly express her attitude and spends her days indecisively. She wished for her mother to come back.


  • Dual Tonfas: Pile driver tonfas.
  • Ground Punch: Kokoro punches the ground a few times to charge up for her Magia.
  • Hair Decorations: Yellow cubes holding her hair loopies in place.
  • Nice Hat: Kokoro wears a nurse hat, and her doppel, Pamela, wears a top hat.
  • Only Friend: To Masara, who, for the life of her, cannot understand why Kokoro wants to hang out.
  • Percussive Maintenance: Whenever Kokoro summons her doppel, she has to hit Pamela a few times to get it going. Then it starts spinning around like the Beyblade from hell.
  • Sensual Spandex: The bottom layer of her magical girl outfit is a spandex bodysuit.
  • Shock and Awe: Her primary form of attack; an update to her animations even made the tonfas electrified.
  • Showgirl Skirt: In her magical girl form.
  • Spider Limbs: Kokoro's doppel has a bunch of these. It lifts them out of the way for its spinning attack.
  • Stepford Smiler: So much so that her doppel's trait is restraint.

Riko Chiaki

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Base rarity: 4*
Type: Support
Magia: Yummy Hunter
Doppel: Yuerao
Illustrated by: Ragho no Erika
Voiced by: Hikaru Akao

A younger sister magical girl, that any other magical girls feel like an older sister. Every day, she acts as the mascot of her home’s bento shop, attracting customers and warming their hearts. While she may seem to be nothing more than an innocent elementary school student, she doesn’t forget to have concern for the adults around her, and is an admirable go-getter. She wished for a girl she knew to be able to marry a guy she loved from another ward.


  • Adorably Precocious Child: She's very young. She's also very responsible. She often take care of her family's lunch shop by herself while her parents are working with their other works, and she does a great job on it.
  • Blade on a Stick: Her weapon is the gigantic bento pick that she throws like a javelin.
  • Damsel in Distress: She's debuted being rescued by Yachiyo from almost getting killed by the Wings of Magius's purge in Chapter 8.
  • Everyone's Baby Sister: She's a very young magical girl, that other magical girls can't help but be protective of her. Her profile even says that she's such a "younger sister magical girl, that any other magical girls feel like an older sister."
  • Incredible Shrinking Man: A witch shrinks her down, leaving her vulnerable to be ganged up by familiars. Riko ends up riding Kyubey into battle like a jousting knight.
  • Romantic Wingman: Her story as a magical girl started when she made her wish so the girl that she looks up as an older sister could marry a guy from a different district ward. Her Doppel's form is said to be a 'moonlit matchmaker' and has the same name as the Chinese God of Marriage.

    Dark Magical Girls 

Kanoko Yayoi

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Base rarity: 2*
Type: Attack
Magia: Yayoi Collection
Illustrated by: Punyan
Voiced by: Ai Kakuma

A magical girl who dreams of becoming a fashion designer. She was born the only daughter of a family that owned a sheet metal factory, but not having any other successor, she is distressed at the thought that her parents will want her to inherit the factory. She is very diligent, but there are times when she gets strange looks from the people around her. She wished that her parents could be able to work another 30 years so she didn't have to take over their sheet metal factory and chase her dreams.


  • Charm Person: Her personal memoria, Connect and Magia all have inflict Charm status as part of their effects.
  • Family Business: Her parents run a sheet metal factory.
  • Fashion Designer: She dreams of becoming a renowned designer, though her fashion sense is a little... eclectic. As in mushroom-themed dresses, and accessories made out of sheet metal from her parents' factory.
  • Follow in My Footsteps: Kanoko's parents run a sheet metal factory, and since she is their only child, they want her to take over when they retire. Kanoko wants to be a fashion designer. She wished for her parents to keep working for thirty more years so she could have time to follow her passion.
  • Giftedly Bad: While her decision to become a fashion designer by her own merit is admirable, her artistic talent leaves a lot to be desired. Her designs are closer to what a bored elementary student would come up with and when she shows them to her friends, their reactions are saying something along the lines of "What is this garbage?" right to her face.
  • Nice Hat: A miniature top hat with a flower attached to a headband.
  • Storm of Blades: Her ultimate, Yayoi Collection, sticks her enemies up on a runway and pelts them with giant glowing purple rapiers. Which explode for good measure.
  • Who Wears Short Shorts?: Kanoko sports an extremely frilly pair in her magical girl form
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Grade A in her magical girl form.

Emiri Kisaki

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Base rarity: 2*
Type: Support
Magia: My Sadistic Heart
Illustrated by: Nyan☆Puu
Voiced by: Akari Kito

An imp-type magical girl whose aim is to be the "cutest of them all". Refers to herself using "aーshi". With a straight-forward, bright, and unafraid personality, even if she meets someone for the first time, she'll give them a nickname right away and bluntly close the distance between them, and before they realize it, she'll have wormed her way into their heart. It is unknown what exactly she wished for.


  • All Women Love Shoes: One of Emiri's Memoria is her spotting a cute pair of pumps in a store window. The Memoria's name is literally "These Shoes Are Mine!"
  • Bare Your Midriff: In her magical girl form.
  • Big Red Devil: She's referred to as a imp-type magical girl, and her red magical girl costume has horns, bat wings and a tail.
  • Clumsy Copyright Censorship: When Emiri and Hinano Miyako first meet, Emiri compares Hinano to a famous scientist... whose name she censors out loud.
  • Giant Poofy Sleeves: As a magical girl.
  • Hair Decorations: Devil-horn scrunchies in her magical girl form, and orange bows as a civilian.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She is very friendly, eager to help others, and everyone she talks to says she puts their hearts at ease.
  • Hidden Depths: Once you get past the flighty, super-girly exterior, Emiri's quite charismatic and good at reading people.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Her weapon is her devil tail.
  • Kawaiiko: Emiri's bio explains that she aims to be "the cutest of them all," and she refers to herself using "a-shi".
  • The Nicknamer: She gives a nickname to everyone she meets minutes after meeting them.
  • The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: Despite opening the "Trouble Consultation Office", the ones who solves the troubles are usually one of the girls Emiri roped in to help her with the office, with Akira doing the majority of the work. She simply uses the office as a pretext to hang out with her friends and meet new people.
  • Projectile Kiss: Her Magia, My Sadistic Heart, has her blow a kiss to her enemies that makes them do less damage.
  • A Wizard Did It: The Summer 2018 event reveals that Emiri's illusion magic is basically a catch-all Hand Wave to make sure event stories make narrative sense in terms of the main story's timeline. For example, in Sayaka's Valentine 2018 story, she's seen greeting Mami in her house, which Mami answers with silence and yet, Sayaka acts like she nevertheless has a conversation with Mami. When that event was run, Mami was still under the influence of the Magius as Holy Mami in the main story, thus she had yet return to Mitakihara and the other Holy Quintets were still searching for her. Emiri's power projected an illusion of Mami for Sayaka to talk to even though she wasn't there at the time, so the main timeline doesn't have to be contradicted by an event story.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Grade B with a pair of thigh-high boots in her magical girl form.

Ayaka Mariko

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Base rarity: 3*
Type: Defense
Magia: Fun Fun Fun
Illustrated by: Afro
Voiced by: Ari Ozawa

A magical girl who once spent her days living in gloom and negativity but gained a bright and refreshing personality due to her wish. In reaction to her former self, she now views all things with positivity. But sometimes, behind her smile, you can feel her guilt and manufactured brightness.


  • Boke and Tsukkomi Routine: Ayaka's a big fan of these, even though her favorite duo absolutely sucks. She also tries to get Shizuku Hozumi to be the tsukkomi to her boke, but Shizuku's too nice to make the necessary snappy comebacks.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Ayaka just wants to cheer everyone up, including herself.
  • Drop the Hammer: A glowing blue collapsible hammer.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: Her skirt in her magical girl form is poofy on one side and segmented on the other, and the whole thing is set at an angle.
  • Genki Girl: Her wish gave her a happier and more energetic personality.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Ayaka's are at least hip-length.
  • Hair Decorations: Frilly ruffle scrunchies. Two hold up her pigtails, and two keep flyaways out of the way.
  • Nice Hat: Ayaka wears a very nice top hat in her magical girl form.
  • No Indoor Voice: She actually marvels at how easily Shizuku can keep her voice down.
  • Pull a Rabbit out of My Hat: One of her Memoria has her try to pull a stuffed cat out of her hat, but it falls out onto her head.
  • So Unfunny, It's Funny: The worst of her jokes end up being these. The rest are just incomprehensible.
  • Stepford Smiler: Even after she made a contract, Ayaka still feels sad and guilty that she had to change her personality to get people to like her. But she hides it behind a smile, a cheery attitude, and a mountain of bad jokes.

Ren Isuzu

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Base rarity: 4*
Type: Magia
Magia: Soul Salvation
Doppel: Renata
Illustrated by: QP:flapper
Voiced by: Yuka Ozaki

A magical girl who has trouble talking to people and has been shy since she was little. Due to her isolation and the suffering she felt living every day, she was at the end of her rope, but after discovering the world of magical girls, she was able to pull herself up from rock bottom. She has grown emotionally, but there are still times when she is timid. She wished not to die, after she attempted suicide, which resulted in an angel motif.


  • Astral Projection: Ren basically dies whenever she summons her doppel, so her ghost floats above her body while Renata is active.
  • Badass Longcoat: As a magical girl.
  • Broken Angel: She has a lot of angel motifs, but she's also a very dark character - both elementally and personality-wise.
  • Comes Great Responsibility: Renata has the power to purge evil intentions. It's just the way Renata does that is by purging the target of their free will, something that Ren is extremely afraid of doing despite thinking that's a pretty neat ability because it doesn't harm the target physically. Constantly haunted by the temptation, she decides to aim her Doppel at the witches instead.
    Ren: (summoning Renata) Don't kill their heart...
  • Driven to Suicide: Ren made her wish after she jumped off a building, and her side story starts with her trying to do it again. Thankfully, Rika saves her.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: In her magical girl form, she wears a black stocking on her left leg, but not her right.
  • Feather Motif: Her staff is tipped with an angel wing, which transforms into the blade of her scythe, and she has angel wings in her transformation sequence.
  • Flatline: Renata's screen flatlines during its summoning sequence.
  • Friendless Background: Ren had difficulty speaking since she was a child, and was teased mercilessly for it.
  • Friendship Trinket: Her metal pencil case, along with 12 color pencils inside of it, seen in her personal Memoria is Rika's gift that she made by hand from borrowing Kanoko's metal workshop. Because Ren makes it a habit that she buys a color pencil for each person she saved from witches, it means that Rika is worth more than any other person can for Ren.
  • Heroic Self-Deprecation: Like, so much. When comparing herself to her friend Rika, Ren says that Rika is cheerful, good at talking to people, and has many friends - the exact opposite of herself.
  • I See Dead People: One of Ren's abilities is this, be it a ghost, spirit or a soul of a dead person. This proves useful in solving the conflict of Summer 2018 event.
  • Magic Staff: Her main weapon.
  • Now, Let Me Carry You: In Chapter 8, the truth of the magical girl system is revealed to Rika (and the rest of the Kamihama's magical girls). Rika despairs from the truth, but Ren comforts her out of gratitude and her own desire to repay Rika's kindness.
  • Power Glows: Not initially, but as part of update for the Ren event coming back, a glow on the tip of her staff was added to her animations.
  • Shrinking Violet: She's too shy to talk most of the time.
  • Sinister Scythe: Her staff can turn into one.
  • Taking the Bullet: One of her personal Memoria will cause Ren a small chance of taking damage for an ally. It also has a 100% chance to take damage for Rika at any health if Ren and Rika are on a team together.

Ria Ami

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Base rarity: 3*
Type: Magia
Magia: Bella Spina
Illustrated by: Nardack
Voiced by: Rika Tachibana

A magical girl who shows up actively as a model. She's also the most beautiful girl of Kamihama City. She has an inexcusable personality if she's not the one standing out most, and will do anything to move forward. Although she acts confidently on her own, when looking from the side, something is missing. She wished to become beautiful, and for everyone to think that she's always been that beautiful.


  • Archer Archetype: Her weapon is an incredibly elaborate bow.
  • Ascended Fangirl: Before she herself became a model, she's a huge fan of Yachiyo. Her most precious item as revealed in "Howa Howa Girl" event is a magazine articles clipping about Yachiyo that she collected since the beginning of Yachiyo's career.
  • Big Sister Instinct: She's very protective of the younger, naive Mayu because Mayu's sweet and gentle personality attracts men like honey attracts flies.
  • Famed In-Story: She's a famous model. Madoka is one of her fans.
  • Fashion Model: She works as a model, much like Yachiyo.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: On her left thigh is a plain white tight; on her right thigh is a shorter tight with two bands containing gems above it.
  • Frills of Justice: Her magical girl outfit is covered in them.
  • Hair Decorations: Red, butterfly-shaped wings on each pigtail.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She initially comes off as vain, brash, and self-absorbed, but she genuinely does have a very good heart and cares about other people.
  • Lovable Alpha Bitch: She has the markings of a standard queen bee; rich, fashionable, beautiful, vain, slightly selfish, sharp-tongued, complete with Noblewoman's Laugh. She's also a very, very good friend and a resourceful entertainer - warning Rika of her careless fight against a witch, praising Homura, saving Mayu from being molested, a regular in Emiri's consultation office, and saving an event from a blackout by compelling the audience to use their laser pens as an impromptu lighting.
  • Pimped-Out Dress: Her costume is gorgeous and elaborate.
  • Promoted to Playable: Ami was around as an NPC from the very beginning, showing up in several of the magical girls' plots. She finally became a playable character in late April 2018.
  • Showgirl Skirt: On top of another skirt in her magical girl form.
  • Vain Sorceress: She used her wish to be beautiful and not just merely being beautiful from that moment - she wished that everyone that had met her before her wish will think that she's always that beautiful. The reason why there's a Running Gag that no one who knew her seems to recognize her despite being a famous model is because their minds have a slight buffering to adjust the new information that didn't match their previous cognition of her.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Her white tights in magical girl form are Grade B.
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    Crossover Characters 

Bakemonogatari Characters

Hitagi Senjougahara

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Base rarity: 3* (event reward)
Type: Attack
Element: Dark
Magia: Gravity Graffiti
Doppel: 刀牛Note 
Illustrated by: Sasagi Koushi
Voiced by: Chiwa Saitou

A Magical Girl introduced in the "Madogatari" event. Her wish was "Please give me memories."


  • Animal Motifs: Crabs. She has two decorations in her hair that are shaped like crab claws, the handle of her hammer has a similar claw, and her doppel heavily resembles a crab (its form even being called "weight crab").
  • Drop the Hammer: Her weapon looks like a big squeaky mallet.
  • Gravity Master: Described as a "gravitational magical girl". Her magic allows her to absorb mass from other objects and store it in her hammer, making her weapon stronger and bigger.
  • Psychometry: Another of her hammer's powers.
  • Required Secondary Power: Since her magic hinges around stealing mass, her magic would also have to allow her to carry her hammer without getting crushed by it. This is discussed in her description, which states that she'll be crushed by her hammer if she (or the hammer) loses her magic.
  • Tsundere: It's even referenced in her Connect, which is called "Tsundere Service".

Nadeko Sengoku

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Type: Magia
Element: Forest
Magia: Ground Theory
Doppel: 它Note 
Illustrated by: Akio Watanabe, Kuronyan
Voiced by: Kana Hanazawa

The second Magical Girl introduced in the "Madogatari" event. Her wish was "I don't want anyone to see me."


  • Animal Motifs: Snakes. Her doppel heavily features them and her crawling around could be a reference to how snakes slither on the ground. It's also a reference to her involvement with snakes in her home series.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: She's prone to tripping her own landmines and spends some of her animations tripping and stumbling, even though she's crawling all the time.
  • Don't Look at Me!: Her wish was to not be seen by people. It's also implied this is why she crawls around, to stay out of other people's sight.
  • Meaningful Name: Her doppel is called Hebi, which uses the kanji "它", meaning "other". As her doppel, that is her other self. "Hebi" (へび) can also be read as "snake/serpent".
  • Power Dyes Your Hair: When activating her doppel, her hair turns white, which also doubles as a nod to the "Nadeko Medusa" arc in Bakemonogatari.
  • The Last of These Is Not Like the Others: Her doppel's name is rendered in kanji rather than the normal witch runes, which sets her apart as an outsider to Magia Record's continuity.

Mayoi Hachikuji

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Type: Defense
Element: Aqua
Magia: Spiral Path
Doppel: 咼Note 
Illustrated by:
Voiced by: Emiri Katou

The third Magical Girl introduced in the "Madogatari" event. Her wish was “I wish to return home.”


  • Animal Motifs: Snails. Her headband resembles the curl of a snail's shell, her large backpack makes her look like she's carrying a shell, and her doppel heavily resembles a snail.
  • Crippling Overspecialization: Her description states that her magic is highly defensive and causes her enemies to become disoriented and lost, so that their attacks miss. But she also can't land hits, since her drill is made to create paths rather than being used as a weapon.
  • Girlish Pigtails
  • No Sense of Direction: Much like in her home series, she seems to get easily lost and is never able to find her mother's house. Even her wish is to go home.
  • The Last of These Is Not Like the Others: Like Nadeko, her doppel's name is in kanji rather than in the standard witch runes.
  • This Is a Drill: Wields a large drill which is equipped over her hand like an arm cannon.
  • Visual Pun: Her doppel is a "lost cow" but has swirly shell patterns like a snail's. This is a pun on the Japanese word for snail (蝸牛) as it also uses the word for cow (牛), in addition to Mayoi's Animal Motif being snails in Bakemonogatari.

Tsubasa Hanekawa

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Type: Support
Element: Flame
Magia: Champ Fire
Doppel: 犭苛Note 
Illustrated by:
Voiced by: Yui Horie

The fourth Magical Girl introduced in the "Madogatari" event. Her wish was "I want to forget everything".


  • Animal Motif: Cats and by extension, tigers. Her Magical Girl form turns her into a Nekomimi and her doppel is a tiger.
  • Braids of Action: As a Magical Girl, she swaps her Girlish Pigtails for a single cat tail-like braid.
  • Cast from Lifespan: Her magic uses her memories and emotions, since her wish was to "forget everything". Once she runs out of memories, she'll turn into a witch.
  • Impossibly-Low Neckline: Her top is just barely staying on.
  • Power Dyes Your Hair: Her hair turns white when activating her doppel, with bonus Slip Knot Ponytail, a nod to when she's being possessed by the Meddlesome Cat spirit in Bakemonogatari.
  • Power Of Hate: Her doppel is a manifestation of her negative emotions, which also doubles as a nod to the "Nekomonogatari White" arc of Bakemonogatari.
  • The Unpronouncable: Her doppel's name isn't a real word but a made up kanji, so how it's supposed to be pronounced isn't immediately obvious. As of right now, official sources have yet to indicate the pronunciation.
  • The Last of These Is Not Like the Others: Even more so compared to Nadeko and Mayoi, since Tsubasa's doppel uses a made up kanji as a name.
  • Throw Down the Bomblet: Her primary weapons are molotov cocktails, made of her memories and emotions no less.

Suruga Kanbaru

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Type: Attack
Element: Flame
Magia: Rider's Die
Doppel: 袁Note 
Illustrated by:
Voiced by: Sawashiro Miyuki

The fifth Magical Girl introduced in the "Madogatari" event. Her wish was to be the fastest runner.


  • Animal Motif: Monkeys. When she transforms she gains hair decorations that look like monkey ears and her doppel's form is said to be a "monkey's paw."
  • Improbable Weapon User: She uses a motorcycle to attack.
  • Shout-Out: Her transformation sequence has one to AKIRA. Specifically, it recreates the scene on the poster.

Shinobu Oshino

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Type: Magia
Element: Light
Magia: Kissshot Acerolaorion Heartunderblade
Doppel: 鬼Note 
Illustrated by:Watanabe Akio
Voiced by:'''

The sixth and final Magical Girl introduced in the "Madogatari" event.


  • Animal Motif: Bats, fitting her nature as a vampire. She even gains a small pair of bat wings when she transforms. Unlike the other crossover characters, this motif does not carry over to her doppel (which instead resembles her adult, full-powered form).
  • Blush Stickers: Always has these.
  • Death Seeker: This carries over from her home series. Her doppel description says that she loathes her eternal life, and desires nothing but her own death.
  • Dual Wielding: Uses twin katanas to attack.
  • Katanas Are Just Better: Uses two of them as her weapons when she transforms.

    Doppels 

Doppels

Doppels are the materialization of despair of the magical girls in Kamihama City. A magical girl who has gained control over her despair may call out her doppel to attack her enemies during battle, causing massive damage. Doppels are actually materializations of the Witch forms of magical girls. Kamihama's special properties mean that magical girls simply summon their Witch in its Doppel form instead of becoming full-fledged Witches themselves. Doing so also cleanses their Soul Gems.


  • Arc Words: As with the Witches, the Doppels are also have two main lines of description, but reversed - instead of Witch of X; her nature is Y, it's Doppel of Y; her form is X, putting more emphasis on the Doppel's owner's personality.
  • Body Horror: It's explained that older girls are less likely to "separate" from their Witch form when summoning a Doppel. This is because those living as magical girls for a long time and of relatively older ages have a narrower range of their emotions. Fittingly, many older magical girls have Doppels that fall into Body Horror.
    • Yachiyo's transformation to Campanella isn't pretty. Her arms grow longer and become the Doppel's legs while her left leg twists backward to form the Doppel's tail, which grows several eyes on it.
    • Mifuyu's Doppel Hevelius is said to be transformed from its master's tongue and arms. She can't talk while she has it active.
    • Ikumi's Doppel Sylvie is full of Eye Scream, not to mention that her entire lower body is fused to the Doppel.
    • Beatrice, Felicia's Doppel, appears to be made out of her innards.
  • Defence Mechanism Superpower: Doppels can only be summoned when a magical girl's Soul Gem is fully tainted, meaning they're out of magic. Use of Doppels cleans the Soul Gem afterwards.
  • Guardian Entity: Doppels are this to their magical girls, as they attack on their behalf. Many magical girls summon their Doppels as a separate entity, though they're usually attached to the magical girl somehow.
  • Meaningful Name: Many Doppels have names that reflect the characteristics/wish of their magical girl or their own appearance/characteristics.
    • "Doppel" itself is short for doppelgänger.
    • Mitama's Doppel is named Totentanz, which means "the dance of death." Totentanz is the Doppel of memento mori and is a reflection of Mitama's wish to become the one that destroys Kamihama.
    • "Yuerao," Riko's Doppel, is derived from the god of marriage and love Yue Lao (月老) in Chinese. Riko's wish was for her older sister figure and her boyfriend to get married (which was a challenge because the two of them were Star-Crossed Lovers from different wards).
    • Tart's Doppel is named "La Pucelle de Blancheur," which means "The White/Pure Maiden" in French. This perfectly fits Tart's own persona as the one who will bring light to France.
    • Rena's Doppel is named Cendrillon, which is the French name for Cinderella. Its form is even a glass slipper. This reflects Rena's wish to become someone else.
  • One-Winged Angel: Certain Doppels manifest less as Guardian Entities and more as parts of the magical girl's body. Yachiyo's Doppel is a good example, as some of her body parts are replaced by those of her witch. It is explained that older girls are less likely to "separate" from their Witch form when summoning a Doppel.
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