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Oriko Magica Characters

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

    Oriko Mikuni 

Oriko Mikuni

Voiced by: Saori Hayami

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Base rarity: 3*
Element: Light
Type: Magia
Disc Layout: AABCC
School: Shirome Girls' Academy
Weapon: Vine-patterned metal spheres
Magia: Oracle Ray
Doppel: Sotria
Illustrated by: Kuroe Mura
A blue-blooded Magical Girl whose father is an ex-parliament member. Oriko does whatever it takes to get the job done, but her strong sense of justice, inherited from her father, keeps her from overdoing it. She is refined and loves drinking tea 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. Her wish was to know the reason why she was born, and her personal magic gives her periodic visions of the future.


  • Adaptational Expansion: In Oriko Magica, she dies before we get to see her witch form. Here, her witch form, Sotria, is revealed. Fittingly, it is a ballroom dancer with many legs that acts as a foil to Homulilly.
  • Adaptational Wimp: In Oriko Magica Oriko was a very powerful fighter provided she didn't run out of magic from Power Incontinence (similar to Tart) and fought Homura to a standstill. Kamihama's system should have made her far more powerful than in her original series. In-game she is driven out by Kamihama's witches near-immediately and contributes nothing to the plot. She does end up showing far more of her skill in her event, however.
  • 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.
  • Anti-Villain: Like in the manga she comes from, her goal is to save the world from the horror that is Kriemhild Gretchen.
  • Battle Aura: As a 5-star, she emits a yellow aura.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: In her sidestory, she attempts to do her scheme just like in her home manga. It goes into the known path of her serial killing, until Mami and Kyouko enter Kamihama. Oriko tries to follow them... only to get filtered by Kamihama's Beef Gate Witches and driven out of the city without accomplishing anything.
  • Energy Ball: Her primary mode of attack.
  • Energy Weapon: 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. It's implied that her action in her original manga is from emulating the book's protagonist in his attempt to be an Ubermensch.
  • Inconsistent Coloring: In Memoria and through ascension her hair goes through many different colors, from gray to blonde to brunette. In her Final form, it actually visibly changes over the course of her transformation to a darker shade.
  • 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.
  • Not-So-Well-Intentioned Extremist: Despite her claim that she attempts to avert the calamity of Kriemhild Gretchen's birth, her most apparent reason of her doing so is out of desperation to know if she has a purpose for living, distorted by her self-righteousness that came from her privileged worldview as a former politician daughter. Interestingly, she doesn't seem to realize this, likely because of the aforementioned self-righteousness, of which the realization doesn't come until the epilogue of her manga.
  • Seers: Her visions of Kriemhild Gretchen drove her to become the Anti-Villain we know, and brought her and Kirika to Kamihama City.
  • Slasher Smile: Gives a terrifying one when she commands her Doppel to attack.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Like in the manga, her combat prowess is limited despite her great magical power.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: She wants to keep Kriemhild Gretchen from destroying the world. Her plan to solve this is to kill Madoka.
  • Would Hurt a Child: We get to see her manipulate Yuma into contracting with Kyubey.

    Kirika Kure 

Kirika Kure

Voiced by: Yuka Iguchi

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Base rarity: 4*
Element: Dark
Type: Defense
Disc Layout: ABBCC
School: Mitakihara Middle School
Weapon: Claws
Magia: Vampire Fang
Doppel: Latria
Illustrated by: Kuroe Mura
Oriko's loyal servant, Kirika is a dangerous Magical Girl who doesn't hesitate when acting for her queen, no matter how immoral the deed. She is known as the "Dark Magical Girl" but her mind is pure like a child's. She even has a sweet tooth like one.

One of the initial playable characters. A childish Magical Girl who serves Oriko with fanatical loyalty, she'll stain her hands with blood without hesitation for Oriko's sake. She was on her way to enacting the "Magical Girl Massacre" on Oriko's orders before she was recalled due to Oriko's vision of Kamihama. Her wish was to change into someone who could serve Oriko, and her personal magic allows her to slow down her enemies' perception of her.


  • Accidental Murder: The first girl she killed was a bystander that Kirika accidentally torn to shred because Kirika mistaken her for a Witch and her brutal fighting style doesn't really include collateral in the calculation. When Oriko heard this, she simply thinks that this can make for a good distraction and orders Kirika to kill more girls.
  • Adaptation Dye-Job: Her hair was brown in the original manga, but is black here.
  • Adaptational Modesty: Not her, but her Doppel, Latria. In the manga, Latria's torsos are left fully exposed. Here, as in Sadness Prayer, it gets to wear shirts.
  • All There in the Manual: We finally learn more about Kirika's witch in this game. Its name is Latria, and it is the witch of needles.
  • Chest Burster: Kirika's doppel, Latria, busts out of her chest when she summons it.
  • Contralto of Danger: Has a deep voice in battle and a rather stern appearance.
  • The Dragon: As always, she’s this to Oriko.
  • Girls Love Stuffed Animals: Kirika's exclusive Memoria is a bunny plush Oriko gave her.
  • Poisonous Friend: An interesting variant of this, because Oriko and Kirika feed each other's Poisonous Friend tendencies. While Kirika is more physically savage in battle and has all the marking of a ruthless lackey, her mindset is simple like an innocent child. When she accidentally killed someone, she's horrified and feels remorse. However, because Oriko considers it okay to be a serial killer, she considers the horror she feels as inconsequential from thereon.
  • Say My Name: Kirika's last word in battle is "Oriko..."
  • Slasher Smile: She flashes a big one in her transformation sequence.
  • Spike Shooter: Kirika's doppel, Latria, fires giant needles at its enemies.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: Oriko finally realizes how important Kirika is to her during the events of ‘My Only Salvation’, warmly addressing her as ‘her significant other.’
  • Whip Sword: Kirika turns her claws into these for her Magia, Vampire Fang.
  • Yandere: For Oriko; nearly all of her title screen lines refer to her in some way.

    Yuma Chitose 

Yuma Chitose

Voiced by: Misaki Kuno

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Base rarity: 3*
Element: Forest
Type: Heal
Disc Layout: AABBC
School: None
Magia: Lynx Impact
Doppel: Pistis
Weapon: Staff with a ball and cat's tail
Illustrated by: Kuroe Mura
A young Magical Girl who is very attached to Kyouko, Yuma sees her as her sister, and is willing to do anything for her. Although she is an innocent child, she was abused badly, and experiences terror much more distinctly than others, due to that trauma.

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. Her wish was to heal Kyouko's injuries.


  • 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.
  • Combat Medic: As her wish was to heal Kyouko the majority of her powers revolve around healing.
  • 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.
  • Older than They Look: Would you guess this girl is eleven? In Magia Archive 2, there's a note from the artist that Yuma has been intentionally designed to look and sound younger than she actually is.
  • Please, Don't Leave Me: Yuma begs Kyouko not to abandon her like her parents did. Poor thing.
  • Tagalong Kid: To Kyouko.
  • Token Mini-Moe: The first elementary-school magical girl in the game.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Despite being Kyouko's ward she has no plot relevance in the game and disappears completely after her character story never to be mentioned again apart from small cameos in Kyouko's art.
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    Oriko Mikuni (Final ver.) 

Oriko Mikuni (Final Ver)

Voiced by: Saori Hayami

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Base rarity: 4*
Element: Light
Type: Exceed
Disc Layout: AABCC
School: Shirome Girls' Academy
Weapon Bat-winged metal spheres
Magia: Vampire Ray
Doppel: Sotria
Illustrated by: Kuroe Mura
A Magical Girl who finally got what she wished for: "the the reason for her existence". She became aware of the presence that had been engraved in her own heart and, having accepted it, has awakened to a new power. She also became radiant upon becoming aware of her own inner weaknesses. As a matter of fact, she wants to one day be skilled at baking good sponge cakes.

When caught in a failed invasion of Kamihama, Kirika fell in battle and nearly died. Oriko sprang to her defense in an act of self-sacrifice, and in the process, came to understand her feelings for Kirika. This, as it turned out, realized her purpose, causing her Wish to trigger and heavily strengthening her abilities. She has now assumed a form with abilities similar to Kirika's, and has left her old scheming behind to live out her days with the one she cares for.


  • Adaptational Badass: Oriko never assumed any kind of Super Mode form in her manga appearances, due to her never having an epiphany quite like the one she has here. This makes the form something of a what-if.
  • All Your Powers Combined: Oriko's final form has adopted many of Kirika's traits and abilities: her orbs have gained small batlike wings similar to Kirika's claws, her Magia borrows the name of Kirika's, and Sotria has changed to resemble Latria, even gaining its needles.
  • The Atoner: Once she assumes her final form, she apologizes for all the trouble caused and seeks to make amends.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: As it turns out, Oriko missed basically all the events of the first arc, including Madoka contracting and the defeat of Walpurgisnacht. This does not provoke a good response from her when she learns about it.
  • "Not So Different" Remark: Part of what triggers her to finally relent is her realization that Mitama's protection of her circle of friends and allies is similar to her feelings for Kirika.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Her hair shifts to this style, likely to increase her resemblance to Kirika's magical girl form.
  • Redemption Promotion: Not coincidentally, she undergoes a massive powerboost at the same time that she finally recants her actions and seeks to do better.
  • Relationship Upgrade: This appears to be the trigger for her transformation. While she had previously held opinions of Kirika in-game that ranged from "useful ally" to "very close friend" with hints of something deeper, by the end of her event, she openly regards Kirika as her "significant other."
  • Sunk Cost Fallacy: She attempts to switch targets from Madoka to Mitama, under the belief that Mitama's wish makes her a threat. It's made quite clear that she's doing so largely to try to prove to herself that her prior actions weren't All for Nothing.

Kazumi Magica Characters

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

    Kazumi 

Kazumi

Voiced by: Sakura Tange

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Dark
Type: Attack
Disc Layout: AABBC
Weapon: Cross-shaped staff
Magia: Limiti Esterni
Doppel: Carola
Illustrated by: Takashi Tensugi
A Magical Girl from Asunaro City who lost her memory. She lives with her teammates, Umika Misaki and Kaoru Maki. Food is a huge motivation for her. Not only does she like to eat, she's a skilled cook too. Her hair points to where Witches are.

Debuted on November 20th, 2017 as one of the main characters of the "Another Daze" event. An eccentric, mysterious Magical Girl who is missing memories of her past. Her wish was to cure her grandmother's dementia for the short time before she passed away.


  • 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.
  • Energy Weapon: 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Face Framed in Shadow: During her transformation sequence.
  • Magic Staff: She wields a cross-shaped staff as her weapon.
  • 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 shops.

    Kazumi Subaru 

Kazumi Subaru

Voiced by: Sakura Tange

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Light
Type: Balance
Disc Layout: AABBC
Weapon: Cross-shaped staff
Magia: Meteora Finale
Doppel: Carola
Illustrated by: Takashi Tensugi

    Umika Misaki 

Umika Misaki

Voiced by: Aya Uchida

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Base rarity: 3* (event reward)
Element: Aqua
Type: Heal
Disc Layout: AABCC
Weapon: Magic book
Magia: X File
Doppel: Caterina
Illustrated by: Takashi Tensugi
A Magical Girl from Asunaro City who also works as a popular author, despite still being a student. She lives in a house with Kazumi and Kaoru Maki. The way she cures her writer's block is by cooking and shopping. She keeps all her manuscripts on her computer.

Debuted on November 20th, 2017 as one of the main characters in the "Another Daze" event and the event reward. A famous author who moonlights as a Magical Girl, though she keeps her identity a secret. Her wish was for an editor who would give her writing a chance.


  • Blade on a Stick: Her book-spear.
  • Cape Swish: On her four-star card.
  • Double Weapon: Her double-ended book-spear.
  • Energy Ball: One of her attacks has her shoot a ball of blue magic at her opponents.
  • Morph Weapon: Her spell book transforms into a double-ended spear.
  • Proper Tights with a Skirt: In her magical girl form.
  • Shout-Out: Her Magia, X File, is an even more obvious one to The X-Files than it was in her home series. The numerals she attacks with are even in the creepy title font.
  • Spell Book: Her primary weapon.
  • Temporary Online Content: Umika is exclusive to the "Another Daze" event, though unlike the other two, she was made available through a limited-time shop using Area Flag items gained from clearing event levels.
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    Kaoru Maki 

Kaoru Maki

Voiced by: Azusa Tadokoro

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Base rarity: 3* (event limited)
Element: Flame
Type: Balance
Disc Layout: ABBCC
Weapon: Cleats
Magia: Palla di Cannone
Doppel: Antonio
Illustrated by: Takashi Tensugi
A Magical Girl from Asunaro City. She's a soccer player who is so good that people often say she will be the best player on the national team. She is great at using her athleticism to her advantage in battle. She wears a long-sleeved uniform even in summer.

Debuted on November 20th, 2017 as one of the main characters of the "Another Daze" event. A talented soccer player whose dreams of playing professionally were threatened when she was injured during a match. Her wish was to help the other people who were hurt in that one soccer match.


  • 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/Darc/Jeanne d'Arc 

Tart/Darc/Jeanne d'Arc

Voiced by: Yui Horie

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Light
Type: Balance
Disc Layout: ABBBC
Weapon: Sword
Magia: La Lumiere
Doppel: La Pucelle de Blancheur
Illustrated by: Masugitsune & Kawazu-ku
A Magical Girl from medieval France known today as Jeanne d'Arc. Upon the death of her dear sister, Catherine, she resolved to save France from the brink of ruin. Simple, innocent, and trusting of others, she fondly refers to Qube (Kyubey) as "Monsieur Angel".

Debuted on February 15, 2018 as one of the main characters of "The Maiden of Hope." A pure-hearted Magical Girl with incredible potential who is destined to save France. She fights on the forefront of the French army both as a combatant against the forces of darkness and as the symbol of hope for the French people. Her wish was for the power to bring light to France.


  • Adaptational Expansion: This is the first time we've seen Tart's witch, since she commits Suicide by Cop by being burned at the stake.
  • All Just a Dream: Iroha and Yachiyo are actually transported into Tart's dream, and not really 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 of 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"/"The Maiden of Hope" event is for Tart to fall into despair and turn 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 sapient life that is visible from present Kamihama is the direct result of her witch's barrier, making her an analogue of Kriemhild Gretchen.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Her doppel manifests as a giant armored woman.
  • Blade on a Stick: Tart summons an enormous spear in her transformation sequence and her Magia.
  • Dub Name Change: In the NA version, she's referred to as Darc, which is closer to the most commonly used spelling of her surname. Somewhat confusingly, the NA manga called her Tart.
  • Face Death with Dignity: In the Dénouement Episode of the "Rebel of a Dawnless Land" event, Tart is faced with either keeping a history that leads to her burned at the stake or leaving Ui to repeat it and fade from existence. She makes the choice to keep history restored and send Ui back to her own time.
  • 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.
  • Holy Hand Grenade: Uses holy magic.
  • 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.
  • Light Is Good: She is an unquestionably good character.
  • 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 Liz, and her attempt to save Tart turns out to have 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"/"The Maiden of Hope" event's gacha pulls. Her gacha returned for the entirety of "Rebel of a Dawnless Land".

    Tart/Darc/Jeanne d'Arc (Final Ver.) 

Tart/Darc/Jeanne d'Arc (Final Ver.)

Voiced by: Yui Horie

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Light
Type: Exceed
Disc Layout: ABBBC
Weapon:Blade of light
Magia:La Irrégulière Parfaite/La Porte du Paradis
Illustrated by: Masugitsune & Kawazu-ku
A form of Tart (Jeanne d'Arc) who has awakened as a true hero by turning people's hopes into power. In addition to the power of light, the jet-black gauntlet also possesses the power of shadow. A "perfect irregular" beyond the limits of a Magical Girl, born of a miracle granted to a single, fleeting wish.

Made her playable debut on June 19, 2020 for "The End of the Legend, the Limits of Night". A version of Tart who has exceeded her limits, taking on the hopes of a certain shadow-using hero. The first Magical Girl with the "Exceed" typing.


  • Angst Coma: During "The End of the Legend, the Limits of Night" event's midway, when it is revealed to the heroes that Liz is already dead, and the Liz that has been fighting along side of them is just a copy taken from everyone's memories given form, Tart immediately falls unconscious from the grief. It is implied that the reason why Tart let herself get captured from the English Army and burns on the stake is not only so she would be killed before she's turning into a Witch, but also because Liz's death drained all of her remaining reason to live.
  • Amnesiac Hero: Minou takes away Tart's memory in attempt to revive some version of Isabeau from the memory, so Isabeau can survive her defeat and continue terrorizing the world. Tart's memory's imprisonment creates a collateral amnesia curse to Tart's friends, so their confusion slows them down from stopping Minou's plan.
  • Morph Weapon: Like Liz, she can change her weapon's form. In her first Magia, she summons daggers and transforms her weapon into a scythe, emulating Liz's fighting style but with weapons of light instead of shadow.
  • Power Makes Your Hair Grow: As she assumes her final form, she regains the long braid she cut off following her sister's death.
  • Sleep-Mode Size: When Minou takes away Tart's memory in an attempt to to preserve Isabeau's presence into the future, the personification of the memory appears as the younger version of Tart.
  • Temporary Online Content: She is exclusive to the The End of the Legend, the Limits of Night event and must be pulled in the gacha.

    Melissa de Vignolles 

Melissa de Vignolles

Voiced by: Ai Kakuma

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Base rarity: 3* (event reward)
Element: Aqua
Type: Magia
Disc Layout: AABBC
Weapon: Polearm
Magia: Désintégration
Doppel: La Hire La Hire
Illustrated by: Masugitsune & Kawazu-ku
A Magical Girl of medieval France who serves in the war and attends to all of Tart's needs. She is the daughter of Captain "La Hire", who is a comrade-in-arms of Jeanne d'Arc. Though normally a kind and well-mannered girl, her fury cannot be stopped when she becomes angered.

Made her debut on February 15, 2018 as a main character and event reward of The Maiden of Hope. Tart's loyal attendant and daughter of a Captain of the French army. She is gentle, but has inherited her father's famously unstoppable fury. Her wish was to heal the injuries that Tart and her father sustained after a battle.


  • Battle Aura: Emits an intense one when she summons her Doppel, which only leaves a shadowy outline of her body visible.
  • 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.
  • Character Tics: When she's angry, her ears will turn red akin of Burning with Anger. It is said that she inherited that tic from her father.
  • Combat Medic: In addition to healing, she has offensive magic powerful enough to leave a gaping hole in a stone bridge.
  • Epic Flail: Her weapon is a mace which head can turn into a morning star attached by a chain of lightning.
  • Healing Hands: She wished to heal Tart and her father after they were mortally wounded, and she can use some healing magic.
  • Meido: Her civilian outfit, as seen in her transformation sequence. A version of the outfit is unlockable for the main menu and camera mode by completing her first Magical Girl Story.
  • Muggle Best Friend: Because the plot of The Maiden of Hope chronologically happens prior to the French army's liberation of Orleans, Melissa is a normal girl the entire story event as she hasn't make her contract yet. Rebel of a Dawnless Land takes place further into the story's plot, and by that point Melissa has already contracted.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: Her personal magic is annihilation, combined with her Unstoppable Rage when she's angered. Meanwhile, her Magia is French for "disintegration" and it's also her Doppel's nature.
  • Power Fist: Her Doppel takes a form of a pair of lion heads-shaped gauntlets, both on her arms and a pair of giant disembodied halves of Iron Maiden.
  • Shock and Awe: Visually, her pole-arm is constantly crackling with electricity, and her attacks use lightning.
  • Temporary Online Content: Melissa is exclusive to the "The Chiming Bell that Transcends Time"/"The Maiden of Hope" event, though you can get her through normal gameplay rather than the gacha; earned Area Flags could be spent in the limited-time shop. She was made available again for "Rebel of a Dawnless Land".

    Liz Hawkwood 

Liz Hawkwood

Voiced by: Ami Koshimizu

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Dark
Type: Balance
Disc Layout: AABBC
Weapon: Daggers that can change into spears, swords, whips, and scythes
Magia: l'Ombre
Doppel: Obscurité
Illustrated by: Masugitsune & Kawazu-ku
A cool-headed Magical Girl from medieval Italy who uses shadow magic. In the midst of the Hundred Years' War, she fights alongside Darc and the French army to save France. Though she would never speak of it, she is said to be descended from a famous soldier.

Made her debut on February 21, 2018 as a main character in The Maiden of Hope. A Magical Girl who wandered Europe searching for a hero before finally finding one in a peasant girl in France. Her wish was to be the one from whom a new hero will spring.


  • Adaptational Expansion: Liz 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 has one.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her magical girl outfit exposes her midriff, something not normally seen in the manga as it is normally covered by her cape.
  • Boobs of Steel: Her breasts are emphasized within her character art and transformation sequence and she kicks a great deal of ass.
  • Casting a Shadow: Liz' explicit personal magic is shadow manipulation. She's very good at it.
  • Cool Big Sis: Both Tart and Melissa have high opinions of Liz, 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 Liz 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 Liz persuaded to contract accused Liz 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.
  • Disney Death: Took a lethal blow meant for Tart. However, it turns out she was leaving the dream world to recover from her wounds, Scathach-style.
  • 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"/"The Maiden of Hope" event emphasizes that Liz is the "shadow" to Tart's "light" by making her the protagonist of the story where Tart falls into despair.
  • Multi-Melee Master: Liz 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: Liz 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.
  • Spell My Name with an S: The official manga translation uses "Riz" but the game's English version uses "Liz" instead.
  • Temporary Online Content: Liz is exclusive to the second part of the "The Chiming Bell that Transcends Time"/"The Maiden of Hope" event's gacha pulls. She was made available again throughout the entirety of "Rebel of a Dawnless Land".

    Elisa Celjska 

Elisa Celjska

Voiced by: Miyuki Sawashiro

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Fire
Type: Balance
Disc Layout: AABCC
Weapon: A five-function weapon that includes a rifle, axe, and bayonet
Magia: Der Drache Lindwurm
Doppel: Ein Roter Drache
Illustrated by: Masugitsune & Kawazu-ku
A medieval magical girl who belongs to the prestigious Order of the Dragon. She joined Tart's group in order to assist in the coronation of the King of France. She is the daughter of the Queen of the Holy Roman Emperor, and although she's a high-spirited person, she responds with a strong friendship to her recognized partners. She dislikes Qube (Kyubey) the same way she dislikes snakes.

Debuted in June 12, 2019 as a major character in "Rebels from the Land of Everlasting Night", she's companion of La Pucelle who noticed her disappearance because of the machination of enemy magical girls. On her way to save Tart and her friends, she comes across Ui who is stranded in the past as a part of the aforementioned enemy magical girls' plan, and the princess ends up protecting Ui as they go to save France.


  • BFG: She summons a giant golden musket in her Magia attack.
  • Cool Big Sis: Elisa takes up Iroha's role as Ui's protective sister figure pretty much since she notices that this little girl is alone in a place far from home. Because of this, Ui appears to favor Elisa the most even though she befriends everyone.
  • Dragon Hoard: Her Doppel initially rushes to battle riding a gilded golden chariot filled with treasures, before growing wings and flying toward her target.
  • A Father to His Men: Once she arrives on the space distortion that swallowed the French army, she orders her escorting soldiers to go home safely to the Holy Roman Empire, despite their wishes, because she knows that the situation will be more dangerous for normal humans from thereon.
  • Gratuitous German: Her Magia and Doppel names are both German because she's a Holy Roman Empire native in contrast to Tart and Melissa, who are French, and Liz who is Italian.
  • Inferiority Superiority Complex: During one of the night camp, Elisa decides to be honest with her friends that she's jealous that everyone's reasons for contracting are significantly more selfless than her. Because she wished to be accepted as the Emperor's daughter, she's under an impostor syndrome to prove herself worthy by devoting herself to her country and having the correct decorum for her station. However, listening to her friends' wishes makes her feel that her wish is lesser because it's only for her own benefit.
  • Noblewoman's Laugh: Given that she's a princess, she has both the laugh and the gesture down. One of her combat voiceline, however, is a slightly hilarious-sounding "Nyo-ho-ho".
  • Temporary Online Content: Elisa is exclusive to the "Rebel of a Dawnless Land" event's gacha pulls.

    Corbeau 

Corbeau

Voiced by: Yuka Ootsubo

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Base rarity: 3* (event limited)
Element: Dark
Type: Attack
Disc Layout: ABBCC
Magia: La Danse Macabre
Doppel: Plaisir
Illustrated by: Masugitsune & Kawazu-ku
In the midst of the Hundred Year War, a masked magical girl who secretly operates in the England faction. The second daughter of three sisters, on one side her rough behavior stands out, while on the other she's kind to her family. She likes fighting for the unusual excitement she gets from fighting with a strong enemy. Her mother is a certain noblewoman, and she's generous in her outpouring of love for her older sister and younger sister.

Made her debut in the event The Maiden of Hope and released as playable with the Rebel of a Dawnless Land event.


  • Animal Motifs: Crows. She wears a crow mask, her cape resembles wings, and her name even means "crow" in French.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: Despite her main weapon is her feathered cloak, she fights mostly with hand-to-hand combat. Her physical strength is so great that each of her stomps and kicks shatters the ground.
  • Big Sister Instinct: She even weaponizes it by forcing the impurities of her, Minou and Lapin's Soul Gems on someone else. On the other hand, her love for her sisters perhaps goes too far, as she's willing to bring suffering to the entire world if it means more happiness for Minou and Lapin.
  • Cassandra Truth: Corbeau actually realizes that Isabeau is too far gone as a Witch, thus has no love in her heart other than for her ambition which is her nature. Corbeau has been planning to betray Isabeau and flee with her sisters to get away from Isabeau's destructive madness. However, Minou, who is very much enthralled by Isabeau, dislikes Corbeau's assessment, claiming that she doesn't love Corbeau anymore because Corbeau "doesn't love Isabeau enough". Minou kills Corbeau for this.
  • Clueless Chick-Magnet: Corbeau seems to think that her own ability to charm servant girls into being her slaves as baffling, if only because she has her eyes just for her sisters.
  • The Corruption: She has the power to force her Soul Gem's impurities on someone else, and can spread the Black Plague. While her wish hasn't been revealed, it's implied she wanted for her sisters to be happy and give them as much "fortune" as possible while pushing away all the "misfortune" on everyone else.
  • Good Powers, Bad People: Let's be completely blunt: the power to clean Soul Gem impurities without the risk of turning into a witch is something many magical girls would sacrifice just about anything for. A shame that it's in the hands of a villain who only cares about protecting her equally evil sisters, everyone else be damned.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Despite her intention to plunge France into darkness, she absolutely adores her sisters Minou and Lapin.
  • Evil Laugh: She does this in her transformation scene.
  • Feather Flechettes: She throws feathers from her cape to attack.
  • Navel Window: A feature of her costume, which is vaguely shaped like the nib of a fountain pen.
  • Plague Doctor: Her mask, combined with her power to spread the Black Death, makes her this in motif.
  • Psycho for Hire: When she and her sisters discuss who they like attacking more and why, Corbeau says that she likes to fight strong opponents because she likes the thrill of the hunt and the opportunity to both give and receive pain.
  • Slasher Smile: She frequently does this.
  • Somebody Else's Problem: She doesn't care about why the England faction wants to destroy France, only going along with it because that's why Isabeau wants. Once she realizes Isabeau is too far gone as a Witch, she decides to run away with Minou and Lapin and let the England and French kill each other.
  • Temporary Online Content: Corbeau is exclusive to the "Rebel of a Dawnless Land" event's gacha.

    Lapin 

Lapin

Voiced by: Shiori Izawa

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Base rarity: 3* (event limited)
Element: Fire
Type: Defense
Disc Layout: AABBC
Magia: Lapin á cent yeux
Doppel: Enfant Terrible
Illustrated by: Masugitsune & Kawazu-ku
In the midst of the Hundred Year War, a masked Magical Girl who secretly operates for the English faction. She’s the eldest of three sisters, but her speech and actions are childish. Her nature is more sadistic than her sister Corbeau’s, and she enjoys “breaking” people for fun. Her mother is a certain noblewoman, and she loves her mother and sisters.

Debuting as an antagonist in the "Rebel of a Dawnless Land" event, she made her playable debut on June 19, 2020 for the End of the Legend ~The Light Fades~ event. A childish Magical Girl who serves Queen Isabelle along with her sisters Corbeau and Minou. Her wish was to return her "mother" Isabelle back to the way she was before she became a Witch, and in turn received the ability to turn back into a human after becoming a Witch herself.


  • Animal Motifs: Rabbits. She wears a rabbit mask, attacks using floating rabbit-shaped discs, and "Lapin" is the French word for "rabbit."
  • Good Powers, Bad People: Let's be completely blunt: the power to turn a witch back into a magical girl at will is something the protagonists and many villains across the franchise would sacrifice just about anything for. A shame that it's in the hands of complete villain who's not interested in using that power in any wholesome way outside of her own benefit.
  • Playing with Fire: Her element. It's mostly represented by the laser beam she shoots out of her rabbit masks.
  • Older than They Look: Despite her childish appearance and personality, she is actually the oldest of the three sisters.
  • Sadist: When she and her sisters discuss who they like attacking more and why, Lapin says that she prefers weaker targets because she likes to torment and inflict pain on them. She also mentions she Loves the Sound of Screaming.
  • Would Hurt a Child: She makes her intent to crush Ui like a bug very clear during her introduction in the "Rebel of a Dawnless Land" event and gets really excited over the prospect of tormenting the latter when she gets a chance to. She notably homes in on the weaker Ui whenever they encounter each other and gets frustratingly annoyed when Tart and Melissa keep thwarting her attempts to inflict pain on Ui.

    Minou 

Minou

Voiced by: Rie Tanaka

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Light
Type: Magia
Disc Layout: AABCC
Magia: Chat à neuf queues
Doppel: Capricieux
Illustrated by: Masugitsune & Kawazu-ku
A masked Magical Girl who fights in the shadows for the English in the Hundred Years’ War. The youngest sister of three, her behavior is calm and calculated. She directs her battles from the sidelines rather than take center stage. Her mother is a noblewoman, whom she loves more than anyone.


  • Affably Evil: Polite if not outright nice to her opponents. Although she can be very insulting to both enemies and allies at times.
  • Animal Motifs: Cats. She wears a cat mask, and "Minou" means "kitty" in French.
  • Arc Villain: Just like in her home series, she's the mastermind behind everything in Tart Magica collab events.
  • Berserk Button: Don't insult her belief on Isabeau or even Isabeau herself if you know what's good for you.
  • The Farmer and the Viper: Minou answers Corbeau's attempt to save her and Lapin from Isabeau by killing her because Minou is pretty much enthralled by Isabeau.
  • Hope Crusher: When she and her sisters discuss who they like attacking more and why, Minou says that she likes to give her opponents a little bit of hope and then plunge them into despair.
  • Light Is Not Good: Her element is Light, but she's in firm bad guy territory.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: It's made slowly clear that she prefers the Isabeau from before she became a witch, but her fervent loyalty to her prevents Minou from even questioning Isabeau's increasingly morally dubious actions. She will even kill her sisters for daring to oppose her.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Isabeau.
  • The Pawn: The sad truth she couldn't accept is that she was nothing more than a pawn to be used and discarded by Isabeau.
  • Tragic Villain: A Deconstruction of the Undying Loyalty seen in other magical girls of the franchise; she only found purpose in serving someone who didn't care about her at all. She ends up not only destroying the bond she has with her sisters who, while undeniably evil, genuinely love her more than Isabeau ever did. In "End of a Legend, the Limits of Light", it's obvious that her scheme to revive Isabeau is ultimately motivated by despair-inducted insanity, came from knowing that she had lost everything for a monster who has no love for her.
  • Younger than They Look: She is actually the youngest of the three sisters despite looking older than Lapin and around the same age as Corbeau.

    Isabeau de Bavière 

Isabeau de Bavière

Voiced by: Chiaki Takahashi

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Dark
Type: Balance
Disc Layout: ABBBC
Magia: Caresse de la Reine/Eclosion
Illustrated by: Masugitsune & Kawazu-ku
A former queen of France who sold the throne of France to England in the midst of the Hundred Years War, and was called the "traitor queen". She does not transform into a magical girl, but uses unusual magic reminiscent of a Witch, and stands as the last enemy of Tart (Jeanne d'Arc) and others.

The shell of the woman who was once the Queen of France, a former Magical Girl who had fallen into despair and become a Witch and yet had her human form restored by someone else's wish. Although she is capable of intelligent thought, like all Witches her only desire is for destruction, and she will not rest until all of France has been plunged into darkness. Her wish was for everything that Kyubey possessed, allowing her to make contracts with Magical Girls just like an Incubator.


  • Action Mom: A mother to several children, and no less capable of kicking ass for it.
  • Affably Evil: Cheerfully talks about world domination and a desire for everything, but is extremely polite and well-mannered.
  • Almighty Idiot: Compared to her fearsome cunning when she made her contract, the current Isabeau is Witch - which mean she no longer has her intellect. She's only driven by instinctive desire to lord over dominions, that she doesn't even have the capability to feel the expected 'joy' from being the queen of the world. She's a Witch whose existence is a little more than a natural disaster, who can only vocalize the remnant of her ambition through short Broken Record sentences.
  • Ambition Is Evil: While her desire to be more than just a king's trophy wife is understandable, her desire to Take Over the World is less so.
  • Animal Lover: Her daughters are all named after animals, and she owns a panther as well as a garden filled with birds.
  • Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: Despite not remembering her children in her current form and mainly using them as living weapons, she expresses gratitude towards Corbeau for restoring her sanity in her Magical Girl counterpart's MSS. Her non-witch quotes also show genuine endearment and fondness for her children. Corbeau even laments in her homescreen quotes that she misses Isabeau's old self, further implying this to be the case before she became a witch.
  • Badass Cape: A large train cape based on one of her real life paintings.
  • Dark Action Girl: More than capable of putting the hurt on her foes with her own two hands, and equally evil to match.
  • Dead All Along: She has been a Witch long before the story begins, her body now is just a puppet for her Witch to control.
  • Didn't See That Coming: She believed that she had an immortal body. While true in a technical sense, in the end this didn't stop her from becoming a witch anyway.
  • Empty Shell: Her current state, as she's nothing more than the embodiment of her own dark desires without any of her once redeeming qualities.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Isabeau was always ambitious, but before becoming a witch she was very doting and caring towards her children. It's this very care that Corbeau and Lapin remember when thinking about Isabeau.
  • Evil Counterpart: Can be considered one to Ultimate Madoka and the Wings of the Magius.
    • To Ultimate Madoka, both of them tried to game the system, but whereas Madoka succeeded, Isabeau failed hard. Madoka made her wish out of her selflessness to save other magical girls, while Isabeau made hers to claim the world for herself. Whereas Ultimate Madoka is the incarnation of Hope and cannot despair (and thus can never fall into witchdom), Isabeau is a Witch (and thus an incarnation of Despair) who is forever trapped in witchdom. While Madoka gives hope to magical girls and saves them, Isabeau rips out the souls of those she contracts and leaves them as an Empty Shell. They both also have two Magias instead of manifesting a doppel, but for different reasons. Madoka uses a second Magia as she's incapable of spawning a witch, while Isabeau cannot spawn a Doppel because she's a Witch possessing her human body.
    • To the Wings of the Magius as well. All of them made wishes involving "taking" something from Kyuubey, with Touka, Nemu and Ui taking one aspect of Kyuubey's powers onto themselves while Isabeau takes the whole package herself. Both of their plans ended up with them becoming witches while retaining their human form. Perhaps the only difference is that the Wings of the Magius's plans ended up much better than Isabeau's ever did. Their goals also differ as the Wings sprang up as salvation for Magical Girls, while Isabeau only ever cared for her conquest of the world. It's also notable that Ui and Isabeau's witches share moth and/or butterfly motifs, and Isabeau's witch kiss having a Cuckoo Bird in it's design also matches up with Iroha, Nemu and Touka's Doppels appearing like cuckoo birds.
  • Historical Domain Character: Based heavily on the real life Isabeau de Baviere.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: In Isabeau's MSS, Pernelle says that Isabeau can't even remember her own children anymore despite how much she loved them in life.
  • Laughing Mad: When forming her contract, she most certainly was.
  • Mighty Glacier: She has the highest HP stat in-game, bar none, with respectable attack stat to fit her Blast gorilla discs.
  • Olympus Mons: Not only is she the first fully-playable Witch, she is one of a similar caliber as Walpurgisnacht, with un-divine powersnote  that ensure that she will crush anyone who stands in her way.
  • Pet the Dog: Lines from her younger counterparts make it clear that she did this at times, such as fondly remembering holding a maid's newborn baby and calling them cute.
  • Slasher Smile: Spot this a lot.
  • The Strategist: Thought a lot about what she wanted to do with her ambitions, to the point where she managed to outsmart the incubator that granted her wish.
  • Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: In a flashback, the night when she was wed to the King of France when she was 14 year old, she stabbed Cube with a candlestick to test his claim that he could grant her any wish. The flavor text of the Memoria that represents it describes her action as, "Without any doubt, without any hesitation, without any emotion." After seeing Cube's second body appear to eat his previous vessel, Isabeau expressed her wish to rule over not only France and England, but also Holy Roman Empire and Portugal with all the powerlust of a grown Evil Overlord.
  • Wicked Cultured: As shown by her castle's luxurious look, featuring many paintings and a rather excessive bed in her own room. In addition, she had knowledge on genetics and picked up the French language and info about the country very quickly.
  • Younger than They Look: Despite being a middle-aged woman, her appearance is still youthful like she is in her late 30s. Because she is a Witch and her magic stops her body from decomposing.

    Pernelle Flamel 

Pernelle Flamel

Voiced by: Mamiko Noto

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Void
Type: Defense
Disc Layout: AABCC
Weapon: Caduceus staff
Magia: En to Pan
Doppel: Hermes Trismegistus
Illustrated by: Masugitsune & Kawazu-ku
Wife of the legendary alchemist Nicolas Flamel, a Magical Girl from medieval France who has made a name for herself as a collaborator. She gave Tart (Jeanne d'Arc) and her friends magical weapons and advice in order to thwart Isabeau's ambitions. She is an old acquaintance of Elisa and was adored by her when she was a child.


Suzune Magica Characters

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

    Suzune Amano 

Suzune Amano

Voiced by: Yoshino Nanjo

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Base rarity: 4* (event limited)
Element: Flame
Type: Attack
Disc Layout: AAABC
School: Akanegasaki Middle School
Weapon: Sword
Magia: Camellia Flame
Doppel: Clothette
Illustrated by: GAN
A Magical Girl who recently transferred to Akanegazaki. She has no parents and works part time to make a living. Although amiable and pleasant at school, she bears the cold face of an assassin once classes are over. Her target: Magical Girls. A tragic past lies concealed in her closed off heart.

Debuted on May 1, 2018 as the antagonist of the Cross Connection event. A Magical Girl who wanders aimlessly from city to city, with the goal of killing any Magical Girl she finds in order to stop them from becoming Witches. Her wish was to become a Magical Girl like her mentor and mother figure, Tsubaki. Her personal magic is to steal the power of a Witch that she defeats; she is currently using the flame manipulation magic that she received from defeating Tsubaki's Witch.


  • 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 and 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 learns 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.
  • Dramatic Irony: At the end of Suzune's personal story, she goes after some Black Feathers and gets into a fight with Mifuyu and Alina. The irony comes from the fact that the Magius's goals make Suzune's stated goals completely unecessary. The battle ends before any doppels come out, but one can only imagine what Suzune's reaction would have been to them even with the mental compulsion on 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.
  • Temporary Online Content: Is exclusive to the "Cross Connection" event.
  • Villain Protagonist: Of her half in the "Cross Connection" event.
  • 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 

Chisato Shion

Voiced by: Nao Tōyama

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Base rarity: 3* (event limited)
Element: Water
Type: Support
Disc Layout: ABBCC
School: Akanegasaki Middle School
Weapon: Pistols
Magia: Enforcement
Doppel: Spica
Illustrated by: GAN
One in a team of 4 Magical Girls who attend school at Akanegasaki. Levelheaded and calm, she values being ethical above all else. While she may come off as cold, she has a caring side for her friends, having reformed Arisa's former bad behavior. Her father used to write and draw picture books.

Debuted on May 1, 2018 as a main character in the Cross Connection event. A justice-minded Magical Girl who is part of a Magical Girl team back in Akanegasaki. Her wish was to change her abusive father into a good person. Her personal magic is to cancel magical effects.


  • 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 transformation 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 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.
  • Hero of Another Story: Her part of her story in the "Cross Connection" event is about finding a picture book belonging to her father and realize that his books were made based on her drawings and stories. Her and Suzune never met each other.
  • 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.
  • Temporary Online Content: Is exclusive to the "Cross Connection" event.

    Arisa Narumi 

Arisa Narumi

Voiced by: Kana Ueda

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Base rarity: 3* (event reward)
Element: Dark
Type: Balance
Disc Layout: ABBCC
School: Akanegasaki Middle School
Weapon: Scythe
Magia: Full Force Combat
Doppel: Renard
Illustrated by: GAN
One in a team of 4 Magical Girls who attend school at Akanegasaki. Rambunctious, she hates to study, and her rough, sloppy manner is always criticized by her friend Chisato. She was a completely different person, extremely timid and shy, before becoming a Magical Girl.

Debuted on May 1, 2018 as a main character in Cross Connection and its event reward. One part of a four-member Magical Girl team back in Akanegasaki. Formerly bullied for being meek and timid, the power of being a Magical Girl changed her personality completely. Her wish was to become strong enough to stand up to everyone. Her personal magic is to boost her physical abilities.


  • 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).
  • Temporary Online Content: Is exclusive to the "Cross Connection" event, though you can get her through normal gameplay rather than the gacha by earning and spending exclusive Area Flags in a limited-time shop.

    Matsuri Hinata 

Matsuri Hinata

Voiced by: Rie Murakawa

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Base rarity: 4*
Element: Forest
Type: Balance
Disc Layout: AABCC
School: Akanegasaki Middle School
Weapon: Gauntlets
Magia: Touch the Impact
Doppel: Elise
Illustrated by: GAN
One in a team of 4 Magical Girls who attend school at Akanegasaki. Pure and friendly, between the four she's the one that sets the mood. She believes that it's more fun to have a lot of friends, and tries to get along with everyone. When she was young, she couldn't see with her eyes so she couldn't go out much, and now she has a longing for the outside world.

Matsuri made her playable debut on October 31, 2019 as the main character of the "Rumors in Disguise" event. A kindhearted, innocent girl, Matsuri never takes the world in front of her for granted. Her wish was to cure her blindness, and she possesses light magic that allows her to search for and identify people.


  • The Chick/The Heart: Wants everyone to get along and be friends, and often is the one to interfere with and settle disputes between her team members. She is also the most "heroic" and morally "pure" member of the main cast.
  • Light 'em Up: Like in her home series she uses light to attack, although interestingly she's classified as a Forest Magical Girl in this game (presumably because of her green color scheme and because Haruka is also a Light type).
  • Power Fist: Her weapons are a pair of metallic gauntlets that can shoot blinding lights or blasts of energy.
  • Temporary Online Content: Is exclusive to the "Rumors in Disguise" event and must be rolled in the gacha.

    Haruka Kanade 

Haruka Kanade

Voiced by: Eriko Matsui

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Base rarity: 3*
Element: Light
Type: Support
Disc Layout: AABBC
School: Akanegasaki Middle School
Weapon: Spear
Magia: Attention & Release
Doppel: Odette
Illustrated by: GAN
One in a team of 4 Magical Girls who attend school at Akanegasaki. As both a Magical Girl and a student, she's the go-to Magical Girl who performs good deeds tirelessly. At school she's achieved excellent grades in both study and sports, and she even serves as a student council officer. She's a naturally perfect leader, commanding everyone in her Magical Girl team.

Haruka made her playable debut on October 31, 2019 as a major character of the "Rumors in Disguise" event. Haruka is a kind, reliable senpai who leads her Magical Girl team, but she hides a dark secret. Her wish was to erase her older sister from existence, and her magic allows her to draw an enemy's attention to herself.


    Tsubaki Mikoto 

Tsubaki Mikoto

Voiced by: Yōko Hikasa

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Base rarity: 4*
Element: Flame
Type: Support
Disc layout: AABCC
Weapon: Katana
Magia: Burning Camellia
Doppel: Carmen
Illustrated by: GAN

A Magical Girl who gently watches over Suzune, Matsuri and Kagari. An orphan whose parents were killed by a Witch, she relied on various relatives for support. Her polite demeanor and appearance were learned at the kendo hall where she lived after her parents died. Her age is a secret.

Released on January 25, 2021 for the "Memorable Flower" event. Suzune's adoptive mother who took care of her after she was left orphaned by a Witch, she also once looked after Matsuri and her sister. A selfless, maternal woman, she placed Suzune's welfare above her own, which eventually lead to her turning into a Witch before the events of Suzune Magica began. Her personal magic is flame manipulation.


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