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Playable Character

    Main Character (Tsubasa Fujimoto) 
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The heroine, default name Tsubasa Fujimoto, starts out as a regular college student just starting at Hagiwara College. Her mother reveals herself as a sorceress cursed with immortality who created her daughter by alchemy to be a Homonculus, so that she could pass her powers and curse onto her. The protagonist must now gain control of her new sorceress powers so that she doesn't hurt anyone.


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Love Interests

    General 

    Shou Hatori 
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Shou is a popular second year student at the college. He is a phoenix who has the power of fire, although his control and focus over his power is not very good due to an incident in his past. He wants to make a career as an actor, and does theater productions. His roommate is Shinji Hirayama, who he is also good friends with.


  • Back from the Dead: He dies in his story, but comes back as a dark phoenix.
  • Came Back Wrong: In one of his bad endings, he still comes back to life...but he comes back much darker than he should.
  • Entendre Failure: He has moments of these. A particularly good one is on Shinji's route, where the heroine and Shinji's sexual innuendo goes right over his head.
  • Fantastic Racism: Becomes subject to this in the ending of his story when he becomes a dark phoenix. They are not well liked.
  • Oblivious to Love: Is completely unable to tell that the heroine has a crush on him through most of his route.
  • Playing with Fire: As a phoenix, he has power over fire.
  • The Phoenix: He's a phoenix, but not the only one.
  • Resurrective Immortality: He develops this when he resurrects at the end of his route as a dark phoenix.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He loves peaches.
  • Winged Humanoid: Has wings in his true phoenix form.

    Tatsuya Yukimura 
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Tatsuya is a hard-working, serious student. He cares deeply for his family, and works hard to provide for them. He sometimes helps out at his mother's cafe, Blue Sky and also works at Veritas Cafe. He is an ice dragon who is very skilled at wielding ice magic. His roommate is Takumi Arai.


    Shinji Hirayama 
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Shinji is regarded as odd and a bit of a slacker by other students, and doesn't quite fit in. He's a mage who uses all of the elements instead of specializing in one. He sees spirits and talks to spirits, and has a special ability due to an incident in his past. He plays guitar, and is good friends with Shou who he also rooms with.


  • Aura Vision: Can see auras due to his past experiences.
  • Bi the Way: It's not mentioned in game, but Word of God states that he's pansexual and has had previous boyfriends.
  • The Charmer: He's super flirty to the heroine later on his route when he becomes interested in her romantically.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Definitely has his moments of this.
  • The Fair Folk: Doesn't realize that he's one of the Fae until he meets some of his family.
  • Glamour Failure: His pointy Fae ears are revealed when he first enters Avalon.
  • Lost Orphaned Royalty: He's a Fae prince who was taken by his father and raised as a human.
  • I See Dead People: He sees spirits all around him, usually asking him for help.
  • The Nicknamer: Has nicknames for pretty much everyone. Tatsuya is "Tatsu", Takumi is "Taku", and Hikari is either "Hikki" or "Professor K."
  • Pointy Ears: He has these after his human glamour falls away.
  • Powers via Possession: This is how he gained his ability to see spirits, and his death magic.
  • Really Royalty Reveal: Has one of these during his route, and is not super happy about it.
  • Soul Power: Uses death magic, which is fueled by the power of your own soul. He sees spirits because of using it.
  • Spirit Possession: He had this experience when he was younger, having been possessed by a spirit. He eventually convinces the spirit to leave, but he was changed by the experience.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Tatsuya.
  • You Gotta Have Purple Hair: He has shoulder length purple hair.
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    Takumi Arai 
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Takumi is a human who doesn't actually have any powers, a fact which he deeply hates. He loves the supernatural world and wants to be a part of it. He works as a detective in his off hours from school, and does jobs for supernaturals. He's the childhood friend of the heroine. He's the roommate of Tatsuya.


  • Always Someone Better: Has this attitude towards the heroine's love interests, due to his childhood crush on her. It's especially bad on Tatsuya's route, where he even confesses to her that he loves her.
  • Badass Normal: He's completely human, but still manages to hold his own against supernatural beings.
  • Bag of Holding: Has one of these that he uses to store his weapons and detective stuff.
  • Childhood Friends: Was childhood friends with the heroine.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: Has one of these with the heroine if she chooses his route.
  • Crazy-Prepared: Is extremely well prepared with any sort of equipment you need. It's to the point that the heroine remarks that she thinks his actual superpower is to be prepared for anything.
  • Descent into Addiction: Has one of these when the heroine gets injured because of him.
  • First Guy Wins: If the heroine chooses Takumi, it's a case of this because they're childhood friends.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: He desperately wants to be part of the supernatural world, and hates being human with no powers.
  • Insecure Love Interest: Feels unworthy of the heroine because of being human and unable to protect her.
  • Magic Enhancement: He uses drugs to give him enhancements so he can do his job better.
  • Muggle Best Friend: He is this to the main characters. He's the only human out of the love interests.
  • Muggle–Mage Romance: His romance with heroine is this. He's a human, and she's a sorceress.
  • Occult Detective: Takumi is one of these. His night job is a detective for the supernatural.
  • Stealth Expert: He's very good at sneaking up on people.
  • Recovered Addict: In his epilogue, he is working on weaning down from the supernatural drugs he was taking.

    Hikaru Kazama 
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Hikaru is a professor who just started working at Hagiwara. He is a demigod born to a goddess and a human, and is very skilled at wind magic and healing. Nobody knows much about his past, and he prefers it that way.


  • The Atoner: Has a lot of guilt for people he failed to save and mistakes he's made, and tries to help out anyone he possibly can to make up for it.
  • Blow You Away: He has wind powers due to being born to a wind goddess.
  • Chick Magnet: He is very attractive due to being a demigod, and tends to have girls flock to him because of his looks.
  • Commitment Issues: Admits himself that he has this problem to the heroine on his route.
  • Divine Date: Has this with the heroine if she chooses his route.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: Although there are issues on all routes, Hikaru's route takes the cake. The heroine literally has to go through time and space to collect his soul fragments, all while dodging an insane goddess and causing chaos in other timelines.
  • Guilt Complex: Oh so very much. Feels guilt for everyone he wasn't able to save.
  • Healing Hands: Is fairly skilled at healing.
  • Ladykiller in Love: Is fairly well known for being a bit of a womanizer, but becomes extremely devoted to the protagonist in his route.
  • The Professor: He works as a teacher at Hagiwara, and knows quite a bit about the history of the supernatural world and everything that's going on.
  • Sealed Good in a Can: Ends up having to trap himself in a containment spell to stop an insane goddess.
  • Semi-Divine: He was born from a goddess and a human.
  • Teacher/Student Romance: Has this with the heroine if she chooses his route due to him being her teacher and mentor.
  • You Remind Me of X: The heroine reminds him of her mother Shizuka, who he had a crush on in the past.

Villains

    Iulius Caro 

    Katsunosuki Kaseima 
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    Cillian 

    Azucena 

    Junichi Okura 

    Tsuneka 
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