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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
- 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), Dee (Tsukasa)
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.
- HeelFace Turn: In Chapter 9, after getting back their Soul gem, they and Mifuyu decided to quit the Magius and assist Yachiyo and Momoko's gang.
- 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: Notably, Tsukasa is exclusively obtained during certain events, despite playing a notable part in the main story and not being a variant of an existing unit.
- Theme Twin Naming: Tsukuyo and Tsukasa, both are written with the kanji of 'moon'.
- You Have Failed Me: After too many failures, their Soul gem were taken away and thrown as a food for 'Eve'.
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.
- HeelFace Turn: After getting back her Soul gem, she and the Amane twins decided to quit the Magius and help Yachiyo and Momoko's gangs in Chapter 9.
- 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. She gets better, thanks to Iroha's healing magic.
- 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.
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.
- Catchphrase: 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.
- Third-Person Person: Frequently refers to herself as Alina.
- 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.
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.
- Cast from Lifespan: Contrasting her personal magic which means she's can use her Soul Gem infinitely, her Doppel carries a collection of giant matches made from her lifeforce. If all are used up, she dies.
- Child Prodigy: For a grade-schooler, Touka has a lot of deep knowledge regarding astronomy, physics, and medical science. Then she uses that 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 on equal grounds 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.
- Reality Warping: Aside the fact she uses her magic to reuse background energy with full conversion efficiency, her Doppel's own power is the ability to grant any "What-Ifs". It uses a set of matches made from Touka's lifespan, and when it lights one of them, any "What-If" imaginable can be granted, which in-game is used to call down a meteorite shower from space. The only limitations of this power are that it relies on Touka's imagination to create a "What-If", and that the number of matches is limited; once all the matches have been used, Touka dies.
- Token Mini-Moe: The youngest-looking member of the Wings of Magius.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Nemu.
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.
- Chained by Fashion: Has a shackle on her left ankle.
- 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.
- Heroic RRoD: In Chapter 10, she goes all out in her fight with Holy Alina, summons a bunch of Rumors which take nearly all her life force. After the fight, she ends up in a comatose state. She gets better at the end of Chapter 10, but lost the use of her legs.
- 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.
- Summon Magic: Nemu uses her Rumors to fight in battle.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Touka.
- Base rarity: 1* (event reward)
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.
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.
- Base rarity: 3*
Magia: Definitely Flaming Midori Bazooka
Illustrated by: Nagi Ryou
Voiced by: Kawase Maki
A gossip-generation magical girl, she takes photos of everything and reports it regardless if its good or bad. She collects material on school problems among the students, and because of this everyone is both afraid of her and entertained by her. In fact, her photo hobby Todays kitty cat seems to be the most popular among students. Her wish was to never miss a photoshoot opportunity.
Debuted on November 12th, 2018 as one of the main characters in "Whereabouts of the Feather" event.
- Blessed with Suck: She won't miss a photo opportunity, but that means she has to constantly take a photo, whenever she likes it or not.
- Camera Fiend: Always seen with a camera.
- Early-Bird Cameo: First appears as a nameless White Feather in Chapter 9.
- Even Evil Has Standards: She againsts The Magius's methods in brainwashing magical girls.
- Fashionable Asymmetry: She wears stockings of different lenghts.
- I Let You Win: At the end of "Whereabouts of the Feather" event, she, along with Ikumi, purposely lost to Shizuku so she could escapes The Magius.
- Intrepid Reporter: Takes photos of anything and reports it, regardless if its quality.
- Third-Person Person: Refers to herself as Midori-san.
- Trap Master: She can traps enemies in photos she takes.
- Who Wears Short Shorts?: Midori does.
- Base rarity: 4*
Magia: Lovely Butterfly on Stage
Illustrated by: Ueda Ryou
Voiced by: Kino Hina
Ikumi is always painfully cute, a cutesy and childish magical girl. She usually works as a maid in a maid café, blasting her KYUN-KYUN beam straight from the heart. However, due to her old-fashioned sense of style, she has unintentionally established herself as a comical character. Though the exact wording is unknown, her wish did prevent her maid café from closing down.
Debuted on November 12th, 2018 as one of the main characters in "Whereabouts of the Feather" event.
- Early-Bird Cameo: First appears as a nameless Black Feather in Chapter 9.
- Even Evil Has Standards: She disapproves The Magius's methods in brainwashing magical girls to join their causes.
- Girlish Pigtails: Wears her hair in small ones and is a very cutesy character.
- HeelFace Turn: After realizing that she was taken advantage by the Magius, Ikumi decided to help Momoko find Iroha.
- I Let You Win: At the end of "Whereabouts of the Feather" event, she, along with Ryou, allow themselves to lost to Shizuku so she could escapes The Magius.
- Idol Singer: Her aspiration.
- Improbable Weapon User: She uses a mop as her weapon.
- Meido: She works in a maid cafe and her magical girl oufit looks like a maid uniform.
- Third-Person Person: Sometimes refers to herself as Kumi.
- Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Magia: ∞ De cay
Doppel: Old Dorothy
Illustrated by: Koushi Sasagi
Voiced by: Ayana Taketatsu
An alternate version of Alina introduced during the 2018 Christmas Event.
- Accidental Hero: Is planning to take her target's body heat and potentially killing them in the process, but somehow ends up helping someone instead, much to her dismay.
- Power at a Price: Is wearing a rumor which grants her great power, but at the cost of sapping her body heat.
- Temporary Online Content: Exclusive to the Christmas event gacha.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: She sorta disappears after her fight with Nemui in chapter 10.
- Walking Spoiler: Likes Holy Mami, she isn't just a simple holiday variant...
Amane Sisters (Swimsuit ver.)
- Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Magia: Crescent Moon Banana Boat
Doppel: Dum & Dee
Illustrated by: Chika Hayami
Voiced by: Maaya Uchida (Tsukuyo), Aya Uchida (Tsukasa)
Tsukuyo and Tsukasa don their swimsuits to feature as Magia Record's first duo unit, introduced during the 2019 summer event.