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    Damien LaVey 
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The Reckless Demon

Voiced by: Nathan Sharp

"He's always trying to get me to modernize hell...
And I'm always like 'Get off my back, dad'!"

A 21-year-old demon with pyromaniac tendencies. He likes causing chaos and playing pranks.


  • ...And That Little Girl Was Me: Parodied. In one event, Damien will tell a story about his childhood, finishing with the reveal that he is the boy in the story, although he says this as a Wham Line, Liam deadpans the fact that he told, at the beginning of the story, that it was about him.
  • All Girls Want Bad Boys: Inevitably, if the player romances them, though whether this is played straight or a same-sex version of it depends on the player.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: With the player in the FIGHT ending. After being pissed off, Damien asks the player to fight him in Prom Night. After a brutal fight, they start making out which leads to them have violent and rough sex in the bathroom.
  • Big Red Devil: He is one, though a far more handsome and charming version of one.
  • Bruiser with a Soft Center: Make no mistake, Damien is a bad man (as one would expect from the prince of Hell) with an unrepentant fondness for destruction, pain, and death. But he's also quite fond and protective of his friends (when he's not teasing them), a romantic who loves beauty. And so close to his family that in Second Term, he can flip out at the player and Zoe for trying to tease his soft side out of him by calling out a moment of defensiveness on his part with implying that his parents think he's a terrible son.
  • Catchphrase Insult: His go-to insult is calling people "noob"; he calls the player this many times.
  • Conspiracy Theorist: He becomes this, complete with String Theory and tinfoil hats, in the last event of the Shitter event chain after driving himself half crazy with his obsession over finding out the origin of the Caganer. This being Monster Prom, of course, there really is a conspiracy.
  • Determinator: Once he sets his mind to something, it's next to impossible to get him to stop. This trope is especially prominent in two of his secret routes: the "Punch The Sun" route and the "Shitter" route.
  • Dumb Muscle: It's downplayed next to Scott, but while Damien does have his areas of knowledge and skill (e.g., he's an excellent beautician, and he built his car out of parts salvaged from wrecks), he generally sees the world through a lens of Rule of Cool. Damien acts on enthusiasm rather than common sense, solves pretty much all of his problems through violence, and is quite a bit gullible and Book Dumb.
  • Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: While he clashes with them at times over their expectations for him, the majority of his scenes concerning his fathers make it clear that Damien has a happy home life, loves and looks up to his parents very much, and does take what they think of him to heart. Meanwhile, they adore their little boy right back.
  • Even Evil Has Standards:
    • Despite being a dick most of the time, he is by no means a bigot. Case in point, his immediate response to witnessing Leonard's deadnaming of Zoe is to set the kappa on fire.
    • In one lunchtime event with Zoe, choosing Damien's option has him reveal that he thinks child beauty pageants are disgusting.
  • Exotic Equipment: According to himself, Damien's dick can shape-shift into nine different shapes, though two of them are used for killing rather than sex.
  • Fanservice:
    • His Shirtless Scene on the FIGHT ending, combined with the fact that the narration states the player and him had very rough sex in a bathroom.
    • The "F*cking Hot" Update adds a new ending to him, SUN. The CG includes him with his clothes completely ripped showing his naked torso, which the narration lampshades.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: In keeping with his intense-as-hell personality, Damien is an easy guy to piss off. In the words of the narrator, "he could get mad at a banana"... which is a line that pops up right before the player runs into him screaming at a banana.
  • Has Two Mommies: Offhandedly mentions that he has two fathers in some events. The player can even get to meet them in his holiday route!
  • Hot-Blooded: Damien is an intense guy, who overreacts to everything and often has the most outlandish ideas, even to the most mundane situations.
  • Interplay of Sex and Violence: The essence of the FIGHT ending. As the player and Damien fight an increasingly violent brawl, they also get more and more hot and bothered until they decide to have even more violent sex. Even his Shirtless Scene CG in that ending evokes this, as he looks very hot without a shirt.
  • Keet: Damien has two main emotional states: enraged and gleefully excited. Propose that the two of you do something fun together, and you'll get him shouting and motor-mouthing about the idea in nothing flat.
  • Large Ham: But of course the fiery and hyper-intense demon prince has one of the biggest presences in the game.
    Damien: DAMIEN FUCKING LAVEY, BITCHEEEEEEES!!!
  • Meaningful Name: His surname is LaVey, as in, Anton LaVey, the man who created the Church of Satan and LaVey Satanism.
  • One Stat to Rule Them All: Boldness and Fun.
  • Playing with Fire: Literally. Damien is an aficionado for fire, loving to set things on fire just because, as well as just generally causing chaos and destruction.
  • Promoted to Playable: He's one of the four playable characters in Monster Prom: Reverse.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Damien's violent and dangerous nature is offset (or perhaps fed) by emotional immaturity and, when he's in a good mood, a somewhat Adorkable capacity for enthusiasm over things as simple as the visit of the local ice cream man or getting an idea for a matching badass tattoo from his friend/crush. Ninety percent of what Damien does, he does either because he's acting out or because he thinks it'd personally be fun or funny, including all the crime.
  • Punny Name: Damien sounds like "demon," and it was also the name of Satan's child from The Omen (1976).
  • Real Men Wear Pink:
    • Vera will say that his fingers are oddly well manicured in an event, and he also showcases a large interest in makeovers and things of the sort. He also loves Ru Pauls Drag Race, calling the contestants fiercer than any warrior he's ever seen.
    • Any of his routes in multiplayer as well as the DRAGON HEAT and STYLIST routes can reveal that Damien is a huge romantic who thinks love is one of the most badass and powerful things in the world. The former of those two routes includes an event with an option in which the player and Miranda learn that he sometimes writes sonnets to people he's interested in. While in the latter, he points to his dads' relationship and the edge their bond gave them in conquering Hell as lords together as an inspiration with regards to his feelings on the idea of love.
    • Doubled down on in Second Term, where his ending polaroid with Vicky displays Damien doing a remarkably good job with the former's makeup.
  • Running Gag: One, his pyromania. Two, his portmanteau cursing - his insults run the range from the fairly-normal "fuckhead" to the weirder "fuckbench" and "fuckbeer".
  • Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The Manly Man to both Liam and Scott's Sensitive Guys. He is a guy with a passion for destruction and drag races, while Liam is a hipster artist and Scott is kind and lovable.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: He swears more often than the other characters. One of his voice interjections is "Fucking metal!"
  • Ship Tease: With Hope in her route. Apparently the two of them had a slow dance a long time ago and since then he's been sending himself packages per her delivery service to have an excuse to see her.
  • Shirtless Scene: Appears shirtless in the FIGHT ending CG.
  • Western Zodiac: The most temperamental of the love interests and an Aries.
  • Wimpification: In-universe, during the YAOI ending. The final CG includes a drawing of him as a Pretty Boy with a Luminescent Blush.
  • Yellow Eyes of Sneakiness: He has yellow irises, though still white scleras. He is one of the sneakiest characters in the game, being always up to cause chaos just for the fun of it.
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    Liam de Lioncourt 
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The Hipster Vampire

Voiced by: Cryaotic

"You see, I have a dark and expensive fetish.
I download pop songs on iTunes"
.

A 400-and-something-year-old vampire with a love for everything that is underground and a deep appreciation for his own art, as well as a hatred for everything he considers to be mainstream for him.


  • Adorkable: At times, but especially when he is trying to hide his excitement over something, such as trying to not show he is overjoyed at getting thousands of followers and trying to ask you out on a date. This is especially true in the PROM KING ending, in which his status as a lovable dork is even lampshaded by the Narrator.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Purple, an unusual skin tone for a vampire.
  • Ascended to a Higher Plane of Existence: In one of the endings, Liam's dedication to his art eventually makes him evolve into the concept of coolness itself.
  • Beethoven Was an Alien Spy: According to him, Caligula and Jack the Ripper were the same person and were a vampire.
  • Big Damn Kiss: With the player, in the last event of the YAOI ending, which even includes summoning petals, lens flare and turning everything around you pink
  • The Cassandra: Nobody will believe him that you are not a ghost while wearing the white sheet. In fact, most of the time he tries to point out a problem in the others' faulty logic, he'll be ignored.
  • Covert Pervert: He decides to write a play based on the novel series "Two Lights" (which isn't fanfic), the fanfic turns out to be about the two guys in the love triangle ditching the girl and fucking each other's brains out. Which he says will be artistic because of... reasons. He has, however, had plenty of sex in his long life and shows a large knowledge of sex positions and orgies.
  • Dark Secret: He treats his past hanging out with the Coven as something to be ashamed of. Seeing as the Second Term DLC reveals that it actually came about as part of a Heel–Face Turn and ended with an amicable but difficult breakup with Joy over getting Hope killed, it makes sense that he's not particularly fond of talking about it.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Liam is constantly serious and snarky, when compared to the other characters, and tends to point out flaws in others' logic.
  • Dork in a Sweater: His casual clothes include wearing a peach colored sweater.
  • Fanservice: His shirtless CG scene looking dazed in the YAOI ending, though the fact that he and player have sex is much more subtle than in the other fanservice-y endings.
  • Heel–Face Turn: According to Hope's route in the Second Term DLC, he used to be Angelus, one of the main enemies of the Coven, but joined them as part of a redemption arc.
  • Hipster: Proudly so. Liam wears suspenders, uses a man bun, describes his tastes in flowery language and has an interest in non-mainstream things.
  • In Touch with His Feminine Side: Liam is very interested in art above anything else, but he doesn't have any interest in a particularly stereotypically masculine activity.
  • I "Uh" You, Too: Outside of his PROM KING route, Liam's pride and jaded image tend to keep him from being able to make overtly romantic statements to a player who's courting him... even while he's blushing profusely and avoiding eye contact while trying to find ways "around" it.
    Liam: I was wondering if you might like to, perhaps... sit in a large, darkened room with me as we silently pass judgment on a popular film? And afterwards, we could... adjourn to an eating establishment, so that I can watch and take artistic photos while you consume calories?
  • Literal Metaphor: When he says he won't run for prom king, not in a hundred years, he claims to be somewhat literal, since he has lived for a really long time and never competed for it.
  • Lover and Beloved: In the YAOI ending, he and the player start getting elements of this, in which the player is a master that is teaching the young and naive Liam. This is inverted on the age aspect, as Liam is much older than the player, but is the one being taught by him.
  • Meta Guy: Liam makes a lot of lampshading in regards to the silliness of the story they face and sometimes on the player's own actions. He also often bashes dating sims, calling them outdated and/or wondering what kind of weirdo would want a situation like that happening to them. In-universe, he is also obsessed with metafiction.
  • My Greatest Failure: Hiring the assassin that murdered the second Hope, closely followed by choosing Angelus as his villain name.
  • Non-Human Sidekick: To the Coven, in their past. He used to accompany them in adventures and being their Token Evil Teammate, but he eventually grew bored of it and ditched them. He says he grew bored of it, however, Second Term reveals that he left after pulling a shady move that got Hope killed and fractured his relationship with the witches.
  • Oblivious to Love: While he is aware that the player is a Lovable Sex Maniac desperately after someone to take to the prom, he tends to be somewhat of an airhead when he is being hit on. This is especially true in the YAOI ending, in which they stay close for the following five "seasons" of Will They or Won't They?, with Liam being blissfully unaware of his "master"'s advances and feelings before finally getting together.
  • Occidental Otaku: In the YAOI ending, he starts becoming more fixated with Japanese culture, even greeting the player in Japanese.
  • One Stat to Rule Them All: Smarts and Creativity.
  • Only Sane Man: He is smart and doesn't have any of the tendencies or being easily fooled like many of his peers, however, he also doesn't have the same vices as Vera, so he can act like this. Not that anyone listens to him, anyway.
  • Really 700 Years Old: He is an unspecified age that is in the 400s.
  • Running Gag: He has extensive lists of things he doesn't like in specific categories, e.x. least favorite types of drink, least favorite traits in a potential lover, etc. If one of them comes up, he'll offhandedly mention where it ranks in its category.
    Liam: Clinginess is my seventh biggest turnoff. Right between sarcasm illiteracy and actually being a pickle and not a person.
  • Scars Are Forever: He has a pair of spots on his right arm, which are likely vampire bite marks. If that was how he was turned, they've been there for more than 400 years.
  • Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The Sensitive Guy to both Damien and Scott's Manly Men. He has an interest in art and wits while, among the other two, the former is a Blood Knight Bad Boy that likes to cause chaos and mayhem, and the latter is a Dumb Jock.
  • Shirtless Scene: The YAOI ending CG is him shirtless and dazed, as he writes more and more yaoi.
  • Shout-Out: He shares his last name with Lestat de Lioncourt, the main character of Ann Rice's The Vampire Chronicles series.
    • His name back when he was one of the Coven's villains was Angelus, and he had a complicated relationship with Joy similar to that between Angel and Buffy.
  • Sophisticated as Hell: Liam's speech patterns are normally very eloquent and high-brow with frequent dips into Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness, ostensibly to show off how knowledgeable he is, but he slips on rare occasions when especially flustered, e.x. accusing a player of "friggin' ignoring him" on a date gone wrong or dropping a stunned "what the fuck?!" in Damien's holiday route when he and Damien find themselves being burst in on by The Pope.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Not only does the game introduce him as, "a hipster vampire whose stand-offish demeanor hid that he was truly a lovable dork," but the physical versions of the Polaroids reveal that Liam cares too much of what people think of him and would seek other people's approval (while pretending he doesn't care). Vera uses this to her advantage, mainly to mess with Liam, and Polly's accepting enough to have Liam stop caring so much, which is healthy for him.
  • Take That!: Liam is generally a take that to hipster culture, with a love for incomprehensible and wanting things that nobody else could possibly want. It's especially this when it becomes clear he is doing everything like this not because he enjoys it, but rather because he wants to be perceived by others as cool and hipstery.
  • Tears of Joy: Together with Single Tear. In his PROM KING CG, he is releasing a single, joyful tear because he was crowned prom king.
  • That Came Out Wrong: When he asks your creative help, he will say that he "on his knees", in front of the "Tree of knowledge" and begging to be "filled with your seed". The narrator will lampshade that he probably didn't mean how it sounded.
  • Theme Naming: Both Liam's first and last name are nods to famous vampires in fiction: Angel (Birth/Human Name-Liam) from Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Lestat de Lioncourt from The Vampire Chronicles.
  • True Art Is Incomprehensible: He mentions that filters are only meant to make things browner and that people just don't understand his art, but that's okay with him.
  • Tsundere: He is pretty unpleasant many times, due to his high-and-mighty attitude, but is very easily turned to a blushing mess by the player in the times the player actually can do it. He is also one of the least subtle love interests about his interest in the player if the outcome is positive for him.
  • Uke: Parodied, he gains shades of this in the YAOI ending, especially in regards to how he behaves around the player and how obliviously naive he suddenly has become. However, the sex is only implied and it's never made clear whether he bottoms.
  • Western Zodiac: Scorpio. It's not as obvious as it is with Amira, but he does exhibit the standoffishness and introversion typically associated with his sign.
  • We Used to Be Friends: With the Coven. He was part of their Big Bad-fighting team as a Non-Human Sidekick and they apparently have had many adventures together, but he eventually grew tired and bored with them and left the group, though it seems this fall out is fairly recent. And, as Second Term reveals, also way more complicated after all than him getting tired of them.
  • Will They or Won't They?: Parodied in the YAOI ending. It's mentioned that, for the following years, the player becomes Liam's master as he becomes a respected author of yaoi. Liam is oblivious to the player's feelings and advances, so they spend years in this situation until they finally get together.
  • Yaoi Fanboy: In the YAOI ending, he turns into one, believing yaoi to be an ancient form of Japanese art, deciding to become a mangaka and asking for the player to be his master. Of course, the genre itself is parodied to hell and back in said ending.

    Miranda Vanderbilt 
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The Mermaid Princess

Voiced by: Christine Marie Cabanos

"The Royal Family is saved!
Now they can finally exploit the peasants again!"

A 19-year-old mermaid who is the sweet heiress of a royal family with a cute appearance and genocidal values.


  • Affably Evil: Miranda may be the heiress of a genocidal and cruel monarchy, but she is never really mean to anyone. Most of the time, she doesn't even understand what evil is.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Her skin and hair are both light pink.
  • The Baby of the Bunch: The youngest of the dateable characters and conventionally cuter than the others. She's also the youngest daughter of the Merkingdom's rulers, with three older sisters.
  • Bad Boss: She treats her serfs as expendable. A few lunch events show that Miranda doesn't even consider her serfs to be sentient beings, let alone worthy of respect.
  • Deconstructive Parody: She is one to princesses, specifically the "Disney princess" archetype. She has all the usual traits of a princess, except she also has the bloodthirstiness and ruthlessness of the monarchy that would have ruled the kingdoms on the fairy tale's ages. When she wants something to happen in a similar manner to a Disney movie, it's either something her wealthy family bribed to have happened or is treated as a silly idea by everyone around her.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: For kicking her out of the water polo team, she has all of the members of the team killed by a giant sea monster, after feeding them the monster's eggs in the REVENGE ending.
  • Fanservice: She shows up fully naked, with only a sword and a skull to cover her privates in the REVENGE ending's CG.
  • Fantastic Racist: Believes that the Airpeople are inferior to Merpeople, she abhors their habits of hating Guacamole, eating sandwiches with crust and wearing socks with sandals.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: Miranda has blue eyes and while Obliviously Evil, she is never trying to be mean, and is generally very naive, to the point that Damien mentions that it worries him.
  • Killed Off for Real: In the bad end of her Christmas update route, as a result of an uprising in her kingdom. The CG at the end of the route is various characters paying their respects at her funeral.
  • Light Feminine and Dark Feminine: Miranda is a light color wearing princess who is very gentle, if Obliviously Evil, while Vera prefers to don dark colors and is much more devious.
  • My Girl Is Not a Slut: Claims to be a virgin who is often tempted into the forest by warlocks—no matter that the warlocks in question are her friends, Polly, Liam, and the player.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: Miranda's naivete does not reflect her capacity to make evil schemes, especially when she feels she has been wronged. She's very cunning and cruel, though unlike Vera, these traits don't surface easily.
  • Obliviously Evil: Miranda sees nothing wrong with enslaving, manipulating and killing her many servants. It's a result of her upbringing, believing that all of the unbelievably unfair things she does her to her servants are perfectly normal.
    Narrator: You ask Miranda if she thinks this is ethical, but she's as confused about the meaning of "ethics" as she is about "fair and democratic elections".
  • One Stat to Rule Them All: Charm and Money.
  • Our Mermaids Are Different: To start with, she has legs, and can breathe above water. Given the nature of the game, probably to avoid The Mermaid Problem.
  • Picky Eater: Exaggerated. Miranda doesn't eat food at all, considering it "undignified" of her to do so. She has her serfs eat for her.
  • Pink Means Feminine: By far the most lady-like member of the cast. She also has long pink hair and pink skin.
  • Revenge: Her REVENGE ending, appropriately named, is her using an unwitting player to cause the cruel deaths of the water polo team that kicked her out for ridding her seahorse in the middle of the game.
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie: Miranda is nice, and most of what she ends up doing badly, it's because she's an airhead, rather than mean.
  • Royal Harem: She mentions to have had one in the past, but never saw the appeal, so she forgot about it entirely.
  • Royally Screwed Up: She is the princess of a tyrannical ruling that has killed many. This is downplayed on the sense that she isn't actually mean or evil, just oblivious.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: Averted; as pointed out by her older sister Bellanda, Miranda hasn't actually done much for the Merkingdom. Helping her to become this is actually the focus of the route Bellanda appears in.
  • Running Gag: Many of the events in the cafeteria will remind the player about her large collection of silverware.
  • Serious Business: Prom Queen, largely because she seems to think that the title holds some kind of power or influence, which causes her to try to push the player to act with her for them to get the crown.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: She frequently solves her problems by bribing people, or sending them very expensive gifts of some kind.
  • Spoiled Sweet: As an heiress, Miranda is very nice to everyone, though she doesn't really seem to understand other people not having bucketloads of cash and servants like her.
  • Traitor Shot: One of her sprites is this, with her upper face covered in shadows and her eyes sparkling.
  • Tranquil Fury: While she can pout when irritated, when truly angry, she maintains a calm demeanor and schemes malicious, deadly plots in her head, executing them with cruel precision.
  • Western Zodiac: Pisces. In addition to being a literal example, she conveys the politeness and high naivete associated with her sign.
  • You Keep Using That Word: She can be called out on the fact that what she keeps calling "democracy" isn't really democratic if she is threatening, bribing or causing anything to manipulate the outcome of a democratic decision in her country and sometimes her school.

    Polly Geist 
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The Party Ghost

Voiced by: Sarah Williams

"Would that kill you? Like, if I actually opened your heart?
It's so hard to keep track of what kills people!"

A 22(?) year old ghost with a love for parties and substance abuse, always ready to play pranks at a moment's notice.


  • The Alcoholic: She drinks a lot, and almost anything really. She also does almost every drug she finds.
  • Anything That Moves: Polly loves partying and sex, and she isn't shy about either. She very openly lusts for pretty much any monster, though it's still less than the player character. Heck, given that in her own words she's "had plenty of sex with inanimate objects", her sexual interests aren't even limited to things that move.
  • Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: She thinks that third dates are for the hardcore stuff: shibari, dangerous sex toys, and meeting the parents.
  • Brainless Beauty: She isn't really fond of using her head, but she is very proud of her good looks.
  • Cute Ghost Girl: An adorable ghost girl, even!
  • Eats Babies: Downplayed, however, she does eat the soul of an infant as a drink.
  • Fanservice: She appears wearing nothing but panties in the WILKINSON ending CG, with a dazed outlook, and it's made clear the player just had kinky sex with her.
  • Favors for the Sexy: Going to a club with her and Vera shows that she tends to make men pay for her drinks.
  • The "Fun" in "Funeral": She turns a funeral into a party by possessing the body of the deceased. She was also able to get married 11 times before leaving the body on the dance floor.
  • Fun Personified: Her only goals are partying and having a good time. If it doesn't involve parties, drugs, or experimental new things, Polly isn't interested. As such, she's rather peppy and cheerful constantly.
  • Genki Girl: Polly is extremely upbeat and always thrilled to do anything, facing all as a way to have fun and even wondering how to turn it into a party.
  • Hard-Drinking Party Girl: She is always looking for a party and a drink. In fact, any substance is welcome for her, and she mentions being high most of the time.
  • The Hedonist: Literally all Polly really cares about in life is fun.
  • Hidden Depths: Polly's actually far smarter and more analytical than she necessarily chooses to show. For starters, Polly's pretty decent at Chess, and claims to get it from her mother, who was a pro player at some point; she loves to read; she's a pretty good cook (when she's sober, which isn't very often); and she's an excellent chemist. Of course, she uses the last of these to cook her own drugs above all else, but, hey, smart is smart!
  • Just Here for the Free Snacks: According to Second Term, Polly loves going to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings... because of all the free cookies. Too bad they don't like it when you show up drunk, for some reason!
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: Polly is very open about her desire for sex and makes no attempt to hide how kinky she is about it. Nonetheless, she is fun to be around and is friendly to the player most of the time.
  • Multiple-Choice Past: If someone mentions a dangerous activity within Polly's hearing, she'll almost always cheerily inform them that that's how she died. The fact that she's racked up a good dozen alleged deaths this way isn't lost on anyone except herself.
  • One Stat to Rule Them All: Fun and Boldness.
  • Plague Doctor: She dons the outfit in the school play.
  • The Prankster: As you'd expect from a person with a name that sounds like "poltergeist"! She and Scott consider themselves the school's resident "Prank Masterz (with a 'Z'!)" as a duo - and she, as is to be expected given Scott's far and away the less-intelligent of the two, tends to be the one who actually cooks up the ideas.
  • Proud Beauty: She knows she looks good and flaunts that proudly to everyone around her, even strangers. She says in one event that her skill is being unbelievably hot at all times.
  • Punny Name: Polly Geist, as in "Poltergeist".
  • Really Gets Around: Polly loves sex and isn't afraid to be open about it.
  • Running Gag: She changes the way she was killed every time she mentions it.
  • Thrill Seeker: Polly is always looking for fun one way or the other, and if that means doing something extremely dangerous and/or kinky, it usually attracts her even more rather than scare her. She actually eventually feels gloomy about the idea of eventually running out of stuff to do.
  • Unfinished Business: She died without being able to perform one of the most complicated sex positions ever. This is the WILKINSON ending, the position requires for you to gather marbles, guacamole and buy the Penguin Mask from the store, though once you get all the items and the ending, she'll reveal that it's just a lie she uses to get people to do that position with her.
  • Vague Age: Polly's age is given as "22?" She also repeatedly makes references to how she died, all of which have timelines and details that are contradictory.
  • Virgin-Shaming: During the "Ghost Sheet" events, if the player chooses to say that they were sacrificed to the god of partying, if they fail the FUN check, she fixates on the fact that most sacrifices are virgins, and she'll ridicule the player for being a virgin and suspect they were too ugly to ever get laid.
  • Western Zodiac: Happy-go-lucky, impulsive, and a Sagittarius.
  • Who Wants to Live Forever?: Briefly wonders about this, since she fears she may one day try everything and nothing will be able to excite her anymore.
  • Who Wears Short Shorts?: Her outfits include a short pair of white or denim shorts.

    Scott Howl 
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The Werewolf Jock

Voiced by: Arin Hanson

"... I don't get it.
That means it must be really smart!"

A 21-year-old werewolf who is a well-meaning (but not very bright) jock that is always thinking about sports.


  • Brainless Beauty: Scott isn't the sharpest tool in the box, but damn if he isn't handsome.
  • Carpet of Virility: His low cut shirt showcases the top half of his notably hairy chest. He is also one of the manliest-looking guys in the entire game.
  • The Cheerleader: Subverted. While he has a deep love for cheerleading and cheers in several events, he doesn't fit in the personality traits of the trope.
  • Good Is Dumb: He is the least threatening option by a large margin, rarely ever threatens your life and mostly treats you nicely, but he is also the most dim-witted.
  • The Good King: Gets crowned as one in the FURRY ending, ruling over a group of furries that meet in the forest.
  • Fanservice: Played with. Most of Scott's fanservice scenes are only described, not shown. There is one instance, though, where he transforms into his wolf form and you actually get to see him in his underwear.
    • For Halloween he dresses up as Blobert, which involves him wearing a baseball cap, a pair of underpants, some orange goo, and nothing else. If you can look past the orange goo, basically everything is on display.
  • Hidden Depths: Scott is capable of great feats of intelligence once in a while, specifically in math. One of his endings includes the fact that he is revealed to be a genius and becomes one of the country's greatest mathematicians.
  • Hunk: Scott is the straightest example. Tall, muscular and hairy; classically manly and handsome.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: Scott is very naive and prone to believe whatever he is told (and sometimes ignoring what he is told) and has very blue eyes.
  • Insult Friendly Fire: When the player tries to have the Wolfpack stop bother Scott, one of the option is meant to insult them (throwing a stick to make them run off), only to have Scott end up insulted as well.
  • Kindhearted Simpleton: He is incredibly dense, but also one of the nicest characters in the game, if not the nicest.
  • Lovable Jock: While he is a member of the football team, Scott is nice and lovable to the player, in fact, often more than the other options.
  • Nice Guy: He is always friendly when talking to the other characters.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: Secretly, Scott is a math genius, which is neither something he particularly enjoys, flaunts or talks about, though he isn't faking the fact he is extremely dim-witted in any other subject.
  • One Stat to Rule Them All: Averted. Unlike the other romanceable characters, Scott doesn't need any specific stats to be a potential prom date - as to be expected from a man with the brain of a dog, all he needs from you are high heart points.
  • Parental Abandonment: He has lived with his grandmother and his many cousins and siblings for his entire life, and according to the Wolfpack their parents "aren't coming back". The Drawing event chain has him finally clue onto the fact that this isn't normal. Being Scott, he comes to the conclusion that a pizza guy, or possibly the pizza parlor itself, is his mother since that's where he gets most of his meals, and that a sack of potatoes with googly eyes, a mustache, and a corncob pipe glued onto it is his father. He admits however that he knows the latter isn't real but a coping mechanism because he wants a dad so badly.
  • Playing a Tree: His costume in the school play is a tree.
  • Popular with Furries: In-universe. One of Scott's events revolves around a group of forest animals naming him their king, which you later find out to actually be a group of furries. Another event reveals they are making fanart and fanfics of him.
  • Punny Name: "Scott Howl" is likely a play on Scott Howard, the name of the protagonist in Teen Wolf. In particular, he resembles Scott's "wolf-man in a letterman's jacket" appearance from the cartoon version.
  • Raised by Grandparents: Due to Parental Abandonment, he has lived with his grandmother for his entire life.
  • Sensitive Guy and Manly Man:
    • The Manly Man to Liam's Sensitive Guy. Scott is a football player, while Liam is more of a sensitive artist.
    • He becomes the Sensitive Guy when paired with Damien, being endlessly friendly and peppy, whereas Damien is a brash Bad Boy.
  • Smart Jerk and Nice Moron: The Nice Moron to Liam's Smart Jerk.
  • Super Gullible: Scott will believe pretty much whatever he is told very easily. It takes almost no convincing to get him to do whatever someone else wants.
  • Token Good Teammate: Of all the main dateable options, Scott is the only one without a mean bone in his body, and he doesn't (knowingly anyway) partake in immoral actions.
  • Western Zodiac: Compassionate, supportive, and a Cancer.

    Vera Oberlin 
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The Ruthless Gorgon

Voiced by: Cristina Vee

"Sorry, I'm focusing on my career...
My career on not dating losers like you!"

A 23-year-old gorgon that is heavily involved with several scams and illegal businesses to gather money.


  • Alpha Bitch: Emphasis on Bitch. Vera is harsh, rough and seems to somewhat enjoy poking fun at others. In one event, she'll have officially divided the school between Cools and Uncools and will ask you advice on how to force the Cools superiority over the Uncools.
  • Blood Magic: In the BLOOD ending, she uses a blood ritual to assure her victory as Prom Queen, which requires the blood of the previous Prom Queen. It's obtained by purchasing the used tampon from the store.
  • Cool Big Sis: Adoptive, but Valerie certainly thinks so.
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: If she warms up to you, this is the usual result of this, especially since she isn't exactly shy about her affections either. She's very flirtatious in the CRIME ending, reciprocating your feelings and respecting you as a partner in crime and in love
  • Difficulty Spike: Gameplay-wise, Vera is the hardest date to take to prom.
  • The Don: Vera becomes the head figure of organized crime in the city at the end of the CRIME ending. She even uses a Tommy Gun in the final event leading up to that ending.
  • Even Evil Has Standards:
    • She gets really embarrassed when Polly makes a sort of racist remark about the fact that the dark-skinned witch is a dark Polly and tells her to stop.
    • She also severely reprehends what she deems non-feminist behavior. She is disgusted at Miranda's decision to eat a poison apple to find a prince and Polly using her charms to get men to pay for her drinks.
    • Vera trolls Scott in some scenes, but in the "kid drawing" path she makes it clear even she isn't willing to do something that will actually upset him or shatter his illusions. He's just too nice for even her to pick on.
    • In an event with Zoe being harassed by the Wolfpack about how she used to be the dark God Z'Gord, Vera stands up for her and soon after stabs Leonard with a knife when he says something about Zoe that is the closest equivalent to transphobia.
  • Fanservice: The BLOOD ending CG is her disrobing herself, with what little clothing she has left still leaving half of her ass exposed to the player. It's also made extensively clear she and the player just had sex.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: Her Prom dress is an asymmetric dress that has a long sleeve on the right and no sleeve on the left, furthermore, the accessories she wears are also uneven between her left and her right.
  • Gorgeous Gorgon: A gorgon and a very beautiful one, at that. She's also considered one of the most beautiful ones among gorgon-kind.
  • Greed: Vera loves money, enough so that there are many, many events that the player can help her out to start some, including a pyramid scheme and an Uber-like app to hire assassins.
    Vera's sharing her profits with you? That's like third base for her!
  • Green and Mean: Vera has green skin and the snakes in her hair are green as well. She is one of the least moral characters, with a knack for shady and illegal business and trying to use you as a pawn.
  • Happily Adopted: By Valerie the shopkeeper's family. As mentioned below, half the reason she makes money is to repay her adoptive family. The Polaroid of the family's Christmas Dinner in Valerie's second route looks very happy, too.
  • Hidden Depths: It is revealed during one outcome of Valerie's route that she and her adoptive family grew up without much wealth. According to her sister, one reason she loves making money is that she wanted to repay her adoptive father.
  • Hypocritical Humor: In one event, she lectures the player character about the importance of consent... When earlier in the game she may freely admit to having secretly put cameras in a rival school's locker room and has been selling the images of the nude football players to a porn site.
  • Light Feminine and Dark Feminine: The dark and purple wearing Evil Genius gorgon Dark Feminine to Miranda's light blue and pink wearing Obliviously Evil princess Light Feminine.
  • Medium Awareness: Much to her anger, she finds out she is in a game, which leads her to become an influential businesswoman since he wants to be a player too.
  • Morality Pet: As cruel, manipulative, and mean-spirited she can be, she loves her sister Valerie, and has an Odd Friendship and occasional surprisingly kind moments with Scott, whose pure-hearted earnestness she describes as reminding her that life and people don't always need to be cruel.
  • Noblewoman's Laugh: Her rejection sprite has this.
  • One Stat to Rule Them All: Smarts, Charm, and Money.
  • Outlaw Couple: With the player in the CRIME ending. After she rises to become The Don of the city, she also comes to love the player as a partner, while also making it clear that while they are equals in love, in crime she is still the boss and the player is her advisor.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Her right eye is hidden behind one of her snakes, though both of her eyes are shown in her avatar icon.
  • Pet the Dog: A somewhat literal example: In the Drawing event chain, she sympathizes with Scott's Parental Abandonment situation due to never knowing her own birth parents. As such, she spends the entirety of the event chain being supportive of him without a hint of her usual greed or ruthlessness, encouraging the PC to humor his delusions so his innocence won't be ruined. The PC even lampshades how unlike her it is to show empathy.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: She's easily one of the most dangerous of the potential dates and has red eyes to match. They even brighten or darken in color depending on what evil scheme she's cooking up next.
  • Rooting for the Empire: In-universe. When she and Scott decide to start a TV show, you can suggest an idea about a drug dealer fighting to get her share, which Vera finds relatable despite Scott's issues, saying that it's a story about an entrepreneur fighting against the government.
  • Sex Magic: The ritual from the BLOOD ending requires for an act of lust to be made on the pentagram. When the player invites her to prom, she will invite them to participate in the ritual with her, and is left in clear terms the ritual was done and the two had sex. The CG is pretty suggestive, to say the least.
  • Ships That Pass in the Night: Lampshaded; in the Calculester route of the original game. While all the other main characters have significant interactions with Calculesternote , Vera does not show up in any of the scenes of his route. Nonetheless, as the other characters are defending him against The Wolfpack, Vera steps forward and says that she and Calculester have built a very close friendship, even if the protagonist wasn't involved. Somewhat subverted in that it's not treated as a Shipping Trope.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial:
    • The end of the Cult Ring events has her saying that she'll collect the taxes of the members for the cult leader that is "definitely not her".
    • At one point, she can ask you out as a replacement for her original date, who was eaten by vultures, which was definitely not her fault.
    • She definitely hasn't placed cameras in the men's locker room and she's definitely not selling them to compromisinglockerroomnudes.com as a side business, that's for sure!
  • Taken for Granite: As per being a gorgon she can turn people to stone, but more selectively than usual (though accidents do happen) and she explicitly considers it as murder when she asks you for help hiding the "evidence".
  • Tsundere: If to a lesser extent than Liam. While she's not shy about showing her romantic and sexual interest in the player if they're able to get far with her and even has the occasional sweet and supportive moment with the other friends (particularly Scott and Polly), her way of expressing affection normally consists of things like, say, Damning With Faint Praise or poisoning people so that they need to come to her for the antidote in lieu of asking them to hang out upfront.
  • Western Zodiac: A textbook Capricorn.
  • When Life Gives You Lemons...: According to her, "you gotta squirt lemon juice in someone's eye."
  • When She Smiles: Oz most certainly thinks her normal smile is stunning, which is mentioned on the ending Polaroid of a run in which Oz ends up with her.
    Oz: The world stops when she smiles...
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    Calculester "Cal" Hewlett-Packard 
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Click here to see his Second Term appearance. 
Voiced by: Sean McLoughlin
A sentient computer virus trapped in an arcane floppy disc obtainable in the store, which can be uploaded to a computer in the school library.

Previously a secret date option, Calculester was added to the main roster of love interests with the Second Term DLC.


  • Adorkable: He is overly formal and a bit awkward at times, but his niceness more than makes up for it.
  • Artificial Intelligence: Behaves more like a person than like an infection.
  • Ascended Extra: Like Zoe, Second Term upgrades him from a secret character to a major love interest.
  • Comically Missing the Point: As to be expected from a newly-sentient Literal-Minded robot, he tends to miss or misinterpret slang and jokes, and not understand the logic (or lack thereof) behind his friends' wacky schemes.
    Damien: Stop being so PC.
    Calculester: That is me! I am a PC! :D
  • Cool Hat: When initially introduced, he was always described as "wearing a cool hat".
  • Covert Pervert: He's got the most formal and traditionally "goody-goody" personality of anyone in the cast - but despite that and his status as a machine, he's as interested in sex as the rest of his friends, and while he's as matter-of-fact and mostly-formally-spoken about it as he is about nearly everything else, he's not shy about outright saying it when it's on his mind. One of his facial expressions is a penis emoji.
  • Cute Machines: An Adorkable, sweet guy that you can date and take to the prom... who just so happens to be a robot.
  • Emoticon: As his face is a computer monitor, he uses these in lieu of expressions - everything from simple ":)" and ":(" faces to "8==D".
  • Friend to All Living Things: Calculester's always willing to make a new pal, be they animate, machine, or other - he's especially attached to the many plants he takes care of.
  • Innocently Insensitive: When a vending machine fails to dispense Damien's candy bar...
    Damien: Calculester, your stupid friend stole my candy bar!
    Calculester: [Concerned.] Scott stole your candy bar?
  • Leaning on the Fourth Wall: One of Calculester's new scenes has him trying to deduce the meaning of life. He points out how he can't ask the player, though, since he's noticed they're such a total Lovable Sex Maniac they can't be trusted to give a thoughtful answer and will just say whatever has the best chance of letting them score with whoever they're talking to.
  • Meta Guy: Literally having a computer brain allows him to understand/interpret his life in terms of a video game - he understands and occasionally brings up such things as trait stats and heart points.
  • Nice Guy: Like Scott, Cal is sweet and open-hearted, and refers to all other monsters (yes, even Leonard) as his friends.
  • One Stat to Rule Them All: Smarts and Fun.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: When he initially gained sentience, he walked around in a trenchcoat and "cool hat", and reminded everyone that he talked to that he was an organic being.
  • Promoted to Playable: He's one of the four playable characters in Monster Prom: Reverse.
  • Western Zodiac: Aquarius. A textbook example due to how intellectual and kindhearted he is.

    Zoe / Z'gord, the Ruler of the Dark Realms 
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Click here to see her more humanoid appearance. 
Voiced by: Casey Mongillo

"This is totally going in my next fanfic!"
An eldritch horror that lives inside a totem obtainable in the store. After released, it can either cause mayhem, or the player can show it the wonders of high school, making it decide to live as a high school girl named Zoe.

Previously a secret date option, Zoe was added to the main roster of love interests with the Second Term DLC.


  • Adorable Abomination: Z'gord can be quite cute with their actions, but Zoe is an outright adorable and Creepy Cute monster girl who looks pretty nice and sweet.
  • Adorkable: She's an adorable Eldritch Abomination who will go into Squee! mode whenever she sees something she likes.
  • Alien Hair: As Zoe, her hair is made of a mass of tentacles.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Shades of purple and pink.
  • Apocalypse How: Destroys the entire world and all monsterkind in the PRANK MASTERZ ending — except for Polly and Scott.
  • Ascended Extra: The Second Term DLC updates her from a secret prom date to a full-on main character, complete with dialogue with other students.
  • Ascended Fangirl: In one variant of the credits narration, Jim Davis ends up naming her his successor.
  • Cargo Ship: In-universe, she tries to hook Calculester up with a few vending machines. Apparently, the vending machines think they're Better as Friends.
  • Crack Pairing: In-Universe; she calls Naruto x Garfield "the ultimate ship".
  • Cute Monster Girl: As Zoe, who is a creepy, but cute-looking, girl with tentacle hair and eyes spread through her body.
  • Did You Just Romance Cthulhu?: In the base game, she is a secret romantic option and can be taken to Prom as Z'Gord.
  • Does This Remind You of Anything?: Zoe's attempt to live life as a high-school girl is framed as an allegory for a transgender person undergoing transition. She is sometimes identified as Z'Gord by the cultists and other members of the student body; whenever Zoe is referred to by that name, she says that she doesn't want to be known as Z'Gord anymore, and just wants to live a normal life. Add on top of that the fact that Zoe is played by a transgender voice actor, the parallels are obviously intentional.
  • Eldritch Abomination: As Z'gord, she is a mess of limbs, bones, and flesh that fluctuates in size from being shorter than the player to being big enough to consume the entire world in the "PRANK MASTERZ" secret ending.
  • Eyes Do Not Belong There: While it isn't immediately obvious, the "eyes" on Zoe's face are just to look more humanoid; she actually sees through the green, glowing eyes in her "hair," her chest, and on her left leg.
  • Fangirl: Of so many things, but, most notably, of life at Spooky High.
  • Foil: To Leonard. Zoe represents all the positive parts of a fandom (there to have fun, open to new things, creative) as opposed to him representing the negative parts (critical, cynical, constantly complaining about not being catered to).
  • Goldfish Poop Gang: How she sees her cult, now that she wants to move on from being just an Eldritch Abomination, and they're not sure what to do with themselves now that she's more interested in creating the perfect Crack Ship than blanketing the Earth in eternal darkness.
  • Heel–Face Turn: The player can show it the wonders of high school, making it realize being a dark deity isn't her true nature and deciding to live as a high school girl named Zoe.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: She tends to get irritated when her new high school routine is broken up by more than passing reminders of her origin as an elder god, and embarrassed with herself at moments when she lapses back into old habits in behavior (e.x., when she's particularly cross with someone).
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: True to form as an Affectionate Parody of Fanservice-loving fandom and fanwork culture, she's got a pretty strong interest in sex and shipping. She has a propensity to work herself into a lather of excited delight when she comes across unconventional sexual scenarios, and spends quite a bit of time speculating or asking for the dirt on the sex lives and sexual desires of her classmates.
  • Lovecraft Lite: Most of the time. While she's still an Eldritch Abomination, she's focusing more on being an Adorable Abomination instead. The few times her old eldritch side shows itself are made all the more jarring for it.
  • Most Fanfic Writers Are Girls: She absolutely loves writing fanfic. She has several AUs she writes about her fellow students, ships people she knows nothing about, and is constantly trying to improve her fanfic writing.
  • Nice Girl: Zoe is overall a very sweet girl who rarely has anything mean to say to anyone.
  • Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: Even by the standards of a cast full of monsters! She's a perky, upbeat, Adorkable girl who, due to her existence as an Eldritch Abomination for whom up until recently just counted scenarios horrifying to other creatures as just how she "rolls", views such practices as getting back at a jerk with an eternity-of-nightmares-inducing Mind Screw or eating lunch by strapping a screaming human to a table and tortuously extracting his sanity as just part of a normal day, with none of the sadism of Damien or Vera or the innocence of Scott or Miranda.
  • No Sense of Personal Space: She tends to be quite nosy, especially with regards to personal details on her friends and schoolmates that she thinks could "spice up" her art and fanfic, and tends to gleefully act on curiosity when a question or "what if" pops into her brain. When Joy rhetorically asks her if she has any sense of personal boundaries out of exasperation in one lunchtime event, she somewhat-abashedly but sincerely answers that, no, she doesn't.
  • One Stat to Rule Them All: Creativity and Charm.
  • Pet the Dog: She's one of the only students at the school who doesn't treat the Coven badly; in fact, she's a huge fan.
  • Promoted to Playable: She's one of the four playable characters in Monster Prom: Reverse.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Has been alive for many millennia.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: When she gets mad, a huge monstrous red eye pops out of her face, and her Eldritch Abomination side starts taking over.
  • Red Right Hand: Her right arm is an octopus-like tentacle, which she's usually seen holding up with her left hand.
  • Shipper on Deck: In true romantic-fanfic-enthusiast fashion, she loves speculating on ships between her schoolmates and will be thrilled to drill into it if she thinks she spots sexual tension between any two of them - Liam and Joy, Dmitri and Joy, Dmitri and Hope, Damien and Hope, Damien and Liam, Damien and Dahlia... her list of ships and prospective ships is pretty much endless.
  • Squee!: A few times. When sufficiently excited, she might let out a long "EEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!" with her large eye springing out.
  • Too Many Mouths: She has a few of them, all of which serve various purposes.

Monster Camp's Main Romanceable Options

    Milo Belladona 
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Harbinger of Death, Slayer of Instagrams

One of the main romantic options added in Monster Camp.


     Dahlia Aquino 
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Voiced by: Anna Brisbin
A blue-skinned demon girl who has a rivalry with the LaVey family.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: She has blue skin.
  • Amazonian Beauty: Muscular and as much of a beauty as the other girls.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her outfit exposes her midriff.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: Zoe suggests she has this with Damien in several events. She of course vehemently denies it, though some of her dialogue suggests she isn't completely against the idea.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Before her official debut, she made appearances in the PRANK MASTERZ ending (as one of the many characters battling Z'Gord) and the bad ending for Miranda's Christmas update route (attending Miranda's funeral).
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: She has scars all over her body.
  • Horned Humanoid: She has horns, just like Damien's.
  • Ms. Fanservice: A buff demon girl who regularly goes around in exercise gear that consists of a sports bra and tight-fitting pants? Hell yes.
  • Promoted to Love Interest: She's one of the six main romance options in Monster Camp.
  • Promoted to Playable: She's one of the four playable characters in Monster Prom: Reverse.
  • Secret Character: She's a secret romance option, and can be taken to Prom.
  • Ship Tease: She seems to be sexually interested in Liam of all people. In several events featuring the two of them together she makes flirty remarks towards him.
  • Tomboyish Ponytail: Wears her hair in a ponytail, and is the biggest tomboy in the cast.
  • The Rival: To the LaVey family due to Damien's parents beating her's in the battle for the Eighth Circle of Hell.
  • Western Zodiac: Virgo. Dahlia herself does not come off as one until the commitment and perfectionism she displays, especially where defeating the LaVey family is concerned, is taken into account.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has pale sky blue (possibly white) hair.
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    The Slayer / Aaravi Mishra 
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Voiced by: Brooke Thorne

A monster hunter that tries to kill students, but rarely ever taken seriously.

She is a romantic option in Monster Camp.


  • Ambiguously Human: While she is very human-looking and slays monsters, she has green scleras and a piece of official art of her without a hood shows she has pointy ears, so whether she is or not a mutant, a human or some other thing, it's unclear. During her secret route in Second Term, she mentions that her father was a monster.
  • Ambiguous Situation: It isn't clear if she's a student at the school or simply there to slay monsters since she can be seen eating at the cafeteria from time to time.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: It's implied that she has a thing for Damien, Liam, or both, with the two of them being her most frequent targets. And with the DLC installed Zoe could be possibly added into that group, seeing how in one of the events Aaravi herself admits she finds her "hot", while in another new event, when attacking Zoe, Liam and Damien at the same time, she dismisses Zoe's usual implications of it being sign of love by saying it's not about that even if she "might have a crush on one or all of them".
  • Disappeared Dad: During her secret route, she mentions that her father abandoned her family.
  • Freudian Excuse: Her father was a monster who abandoned the family, her mother died of either some sort of disease or a broken heart, and her brother Salil disappeared, either having been kidnapped by monsters or left on his own to find their father.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Her dad was a monster, and her mother was (presumably) human.
  • Ironic Name: Aaravi is Hindu for "peace", yet, she is a slayer that appears in an attempt to create chaos by killing students.
  • Long-Lost Relative: In the 'Corpse' event and one potential weekend event, she mentions that she had a brother who disappeared somehow.
  • Secret Character: She gets a route in Second Term, and as such can be taken to Prom.
  • Symbiotic Possession: The Monster Camp Love Interest trailer shows her with a green spirit named Hex, referred to as "her curse".
  • Therapy Is for the Weak: Her route revolves almost entirely around her trying to chase off her fairy therapist. Subverted as in the good ending she does admit that finally being rid of her anger issues and confronting her emotions feels nice.
  • Token Human: The only (supposed) human in a cast of mystical beings.
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: The Slayer is not taken seriously by any of the students, who consider her more or less of an everyday annoyance.
  • Western Zodiac: Libra. Aside from being grudgeful, her personality does not match up well with her sign's.
  • When All You Have Is a Hammer...: According to her, the secret to punching someone so good their head will explode is, instead of punching someone really hard, punching really really hard.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has light purple hair.
  • You Killed My Father: Her Second Term route includes her opening up on the reasons for her hatred and distrust of monsters, stating that a good part of it comes from the fact that she blames monsters for the disappearance of her brother, Salil, assuming that he may have been targeted by them due to both of them coming from a lineage of monster slayers.

    Joy Johnson-Junpei 
The leader of The Coven. For information on the group as a whole, see "Other Students".
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