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"I don't want to fall in love!"

Marion Fiesse

Played by: Yuu Mizushima

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"A rich kid from Paris doesn't have THIS sort of skills, huh?!"
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Jacques

Played by: Tohru Furuya

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"Please cheer up. I won't let them do anything rash!"

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Lind

Played by: Toshio Furukawa

  • Adaptation Dye-Job: Light-haired in the manga, dark-haired in the anime.
  • City Mouse: He's said to be from Paris itself. After tragedy hits the group, he returns there.
  • Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: Not only he has dark hair in the OAV's, but he's very pale and has slightly creepy looks.
  • Fatal Flaw: Envy. He was so determined to be atop of everything and so mad to have Marion surpass him, that he was willing to sell him out so he could be Number 1.
  • Four-Philosophy Ensemble: Outta the four school boys, Lind is The Realist (calm, keeps the more emotional Jacques in check, rarely drops his facade)
  • Out-Gambitted: In regards to his plan to get Marion kicked out of school in shame. Not only the Count doesn't rat Marion out and isn't even that upset at his wife's tryst with the boy, but in the anime it's shown that Claude told Jacques everything and that's one of Jacques' reasons to turn against him.
  • Those Two Guys: He and Jacques watch over Marion and comment on his actions.

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"Does your heart keep as many secrets as mine does...?"

Claude

Played by: Yūji Mitsuya

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"Marion...!"

Ledania

Played by: Keiko Han

  • Break the Cutie: This quite, sweet young girl witnesses all the shit that happens in the story and is very broken over it.
  • Head-Turning Beauty: Her beauty makes her very popular with men, which she hates.
  • Light Feminine and Dark Feminine: The Light side, as she looks chaste and gentle and dresses conservatively.
  • The Ojou: The daughter of the local mayor, and quite the example of the Proper Lady type since she's cute, nice and said to be very friendly.
  • Woman in White: To make her "purity" more obvious, she's seen often dressed in white.
  • Unrequited Tragic Maiden: She has held a "childlike" love for Marion ever since they met, and it doesn't go anywhere since Marion simply doesn't like her that way.

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"You're surprisingly naive, heh. Come visit me sometime"

Sara

Played by: Reiko Mutou

  • Broken Bird: The manga strongly implies that she's quite worn-out by life and highly dissillusioned by love in general.
  • Light Feminine and Dark Feminine: The Dark side, as she's a worldly and beautiful older woman and teases Marion quite a bit at first. Plus she's at times called "the prostitute"
  • Mrs. Robinson: Marion is as much 15, she's implied to be in her 30's at least. And she not only takes his virginity, but keeps him as her lover for a short time.
  • Raven Hair, Ivory Skin: She's a very pretty lady with dark hair, ruby red lips and very pale skin.
  • You Can't Fight Fate: She was always aware of how her and Marion's affair would be short-lived and her train of thoughts after the Count's arrival confirms this.

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"You'll tell me the details about what happened with that boy, won't you?"

The Count of Cluny

  • The Faceless: In the anime, oddly. His face is clearly seen in the manga, but the OAV tends to hide his looks.
  • High-Class Glass: Wears one of these, symbolizing his status as a nobleman.
  • May–December Romance: Implied, as his wife Sara is looks quite younger than he does.
  • My Girl Is a Slut: In a way. When he confronts Sara about her cheating on him with Marion and she admits it, he doesn't really look angry or surprised and even says "well, that's something you would do...". The anime reinforces this by having Lind go "Oh, Crap!" when he sees this (since he realizes that his plan against Marion won't work) and then having a shot of them sharing a kiss when at home.
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