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Denizens of Nazarick

The various Non-Player Character created by the 41 Supreme Beings.

Floor Guardians

    In General 
The Floor Guardians are the inner circle of Non Player Characters who directly serve Momonga as executive lieutenants and advisors. Absolute master of an assigned floor, a Floor Guardian directs entire armies and powerful subordinates of their own in defense of the Great Tomb. In theory they answer to no one but Momonga, but in practice are obligated to coordinate with Albedo so that their actions do not interfere with one another or instructions Momonga exclusively assigns to the Overseer. As the Supreme Beings' chosen elite, the denizens of Nazarick show proper respect to the Floor Guardians for their immense authority and terrifying power.
  • Apologizes a Lot: The guardians are quick to apologize when they think they've said something to offend Ainz (who usually needs it explained to him how it could have been taken as an insult).
  • Bad Boss: Albedo, Shalltear, and Demiurge are more than willing to fatally dispose of subordinates who fail them. On the flipside: Aura, Cocytus, Mare, and Victim are less enthusiastic of killing minions if they can prove themselves in other capacities.
  • Balance of Power: One exists between the physical fighters; Albedo would beat Sebas, but lose to Cocytus, who would lose to Sebas.
  • Berserk Button: Anything that they consider an offense to either the name, actions, or character of Ainz is sure to elicit a negative reaction from them.
  • Blue-and-Orange Morality: Ainz cannot fathom how some of the guardians operate or just how far they're willing to go to obey what they think are his orders.
  • Character Development: Invoked. Now that all but one of the floor guardians are sentient, Ainz wanted to see if they can develop traits beyond what they already possessed. To this end, Ainz placed some of them in situations in which they would have to think for themselves about what Ainz really wants them to do instead of simply following Ainz's orders.
  • Do Not Taunt Cthulhu: Although not as frequent as with Ainz himself, it's not uncommon for a corrupt noble or a low-life criminal to underestimate an NPC from Nazarick and dearly pay with their lives or sanity. Some of these such as Mare or Sebas also don't look too threatening, but are no less dangerous than something like Albedo if provoked.
  • Eldritch Abomination: In YGGDRASIL, a single Guardian is beatable by other players if they're strong and numerous enough, at which there are many. In the New World however, they're pretty much unstoppable, incomprehensible forces of destruction, making them essentially this.
  • Evil Virtues: Loyalty above all else, as they are all fanatically loyal to both Ainz and Nazarick. Some like Demiurge and Albedo show Resourcefulness; Albedo and Shalltear display Love towards Ainz (accidentally programmed in the former's case, while the latter was programmed to be a necrophile); Cocytus and Sebas have shown Honor...
  • Happiness in Slavery: While Ainz considers everyone in Nazarick as children under his care, the Guardians, and really every single denizen of Nazarick, think that they only live for one purpose: to serve the last Supreme Being without fail. They consider being praised for their work as an honor they deem themselves unworthy of receiving and the rewards bestowed upon them, no matter how meager or insignificant, as blessings from the almighty. Such is their devotion to Ainz that they think failing to accomplish his commands or living up to his expectations is a grave sin.
  • Hidden Depths: Now that most of the Guardians of Nazarick have sentience and personalities, Ainz wanted to know if they can be capable of things other than being fanatically loyal to him and obeying his every command. Therefore, he places the guardians in situations that would allow them to come up with their own ideas. So far, this has resulted in Ainz's favor, such as Cocytus showing honor and being capable of leadership and Shalltear proving herself capable of reigning in her bloodlust.
  • Home Field Advantage: While most Floor Guardians are theoretically no stronger than a single level 100 player, they are positioned in custom-built boss rooms that turn them into a threat to even a full party of level 100s.
  • Humans Are Insects: People who gained Ainz's trust aside, the Non Player Characters in Nazarick all hold the view that humans have no inherent worth. Many will not even bat an eye towards overusing them as livestock, eating them, torturing them For the Evulz, or other horrifying things.
  • I Want Grand Kids: Wouldn't be actual grandparents but most of them love the idea of raising Ainz's children and strongly encourage him to have them.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: Momonga/Ainz's word is law. If he says the sky is yellow with purple polka-dots, then the sky is yellow with purple polka-dots. Unless the Supreme Beings who created them said otherwise.
  • Normal Fish in a Tiny Pond: In YGGDRASIL, a few of these are probably stronger than Ainz stat or combat-wise (since Ainz is a Support Party Member rather than a powerhouse in his native guild), but most of them can be beaten by enough strong players. In the New World, they're essentially Humanoid Abominations who can kill almost any native in a single flick of a finger.
  • Overzealous Underling: The guardians live only to serve Ainz's wishes, even when he gave no indication of what he wanted. Most of the plot kicks off when Ainz unthinkingly says conquering the world might be interesting, which Demiurge interprets and relays to the other guardians as an ironbound command to Take Over the World. Also, the one pet peeve they have in common is anything that they consider an affront to Ainz. Their reaction to this is death or horrible torture to anyone who dare sully the name of their master.
  • Parental Abandonment: They view their creators as Supreme Beings who left them behind for unknown reasons and latch onto Ainz as the only one who didn't. Ainz on the other hand sees them as his friends' children and does what he can to protect them.
  • Psycho Supporter: The "evil" Guardians are all this to Momonga/Ainz. And most of the Guardians are evil.
  • Refugee from TV Land: They are video game characters who were brought to life.
  • Sane Boss, Psycho Henchmen: A source of friction between Ainz and his followers. Virtually all of them are blind zealots ready to scorch the earth at the sign of any defiance against their leader, no matter how slight.
  • Self-Insert: In-Universe: As they were created with their creator's likes, dislikes and fetishes in mind, they're quite close to their original creators, which lessens Ainz's sense of loss.
  • Standard Royal Court: The sociopolitical structure of the Great Tomb. Momonga is the absolute God-Emperor, with the Guardians filling their roles as handpicked nobility and court advisors.
  • Stupid Evil: Being a legion of Always Chaotic Evil monsters with an overzealous dedication to Ainz, they will usually think with their weapons first, Ains often having to spell it out to them or circumvent their actions whenever he wants to go about something with subtlty and diplomacy in any way other than "kill them all and defile the corpse." The fact they see humans as beneath them on every level doesn't help.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork:
    • As powerful as they are individually, the Floor Guardians have no idea how to fight as a team and some don't play well with the others. In the first Drama CD, Ainz orders them to fight an opponent any of them could handle on their own as a team specifically to improve their teamwork.
    • There's a severe difference in karma rating as well: while most are evil and some are at the absolute most evil rating (-500), some others are good (up to +300), which leads to diverging opinions. This is demonstrated well with Sebas (the aforementioned +300) and his underling Solution (-400). When Sebas shelters a broken and abused sex worker purely out of the goodness of his heart, Solution immediately assumes he must be plotting against Nazarick or is under Mind Control, because she simply cannot fathom the idea of someone doing something without an ulterior motive.
    • Albedo and Shalltear also famously don't get along since they are both interested in Momonga.
  • Toxic Friend Influence: With the obvious exception of people like Cocytus and Sebas, nearly all of them are this to Ainz (especially Demiurge and Albedo). A lot of Ainz's more heinous acts can all be traced back to them basically putting words in his mouth and him not understanding the full scope of some of their ideas until it's too late. And Ainz can't bring himself to rein in some of their more twisted qualities (if he's even aware of them). In short, Ainz only plays the role of Evil Overlord because he doesn't want to risk losing their respect, as they're all the only companions he has left.
  • Undying Loyalty:
    • All of them hold an unwavering loyalty towards Momonga/Ainz, though there are subtle differences in how it manifests. In the case of Cocytus, it's "follow the master's orders no matter what, even if you think he's headed towards certain death". For someone like Demiurge, it's "ensure the master's well-being no matter what, even if you have to disobey a direct order and displease him in the process". Also, their loyalty to the Supreme Being who created them is stronger than the loyalty they feel towards Momonga/Ainz.
    • While Brainwashed and Crazy, Shalltear mocked Ainz for not being Peroroncino and acknowledged she would have happily attacked Ainz if Peroroncino desired it.
    • When Pandora's Actor took the appearance of Tabula Smaragdina, Albedo was momentarily stunned and at a loss for words. However she was the first NPC to realize it wasn't her creator and became especially pissed at the idea someone had the gall to pull the illusion, while the other NPC's remained dazed and confused. This introduces an interesting conundrum to Albedo's secret plan to kill the Supreme Beings if they exist in the New World. Is Tabula the sole exception, along with Ainz? Regardless, she does consider Tabula her father, and under the impression he would approve a marriage between herself and Ainz.
    • Though Demiurge sees Ainz as the greatest intellectual and evilest entity on the planet, he recognizes that Ulbert Alain Odle was more evil and possessed greater magical power.
    • Aura and Mare found themselves very uncomfortable and filled with inner confusion when Ainz asked them a theoretical question about forcing them to do something Bukubukuchagama wouldn't want them to. Aura once informed Yuri Alpha that, "Ainz is the nicest person after Bukubukuchagama-sama."
    • When alone with his thoughts, Sebas Tian always reminisces about Touch Me. Whenever he encounters a problem outside of Ainz's instructions, he improvises his actions according to quotes and deeds Touch Me was known for.



The Merciful, Pure-White Devil
Voiced by: Yumi Hara (Japanese), Elizabeth Maxwell (English), Lupita Macedo (Latin American Spanish)

"I will keep watch over the Great Tomb of Nazarick in your absence, My Lord. When you return it will be exactly as you left it or better. It's my wifely duty."

The Overseer of the Floor Guardians of the Great Tomb of Nazarick. Responsible for general management and supervision of the Floor Guardians, in addition to maintaining administrative and operational functions of the dungeon, Albedo reigns unquestioned as Momonga's second in command. A succubus tailored with Mighty Glacier specializations that was created by Tabula Smaragdina, and the sister of Nigredo and Rubedo. She originally had a superficial Proper Lady personality concealing a Machiavellian one in turn concealing a promiscuous one as a “gap moe” joke, but Momonga edited it jokingly so she would be madly in love with him, not realizing this change would result in Albedo's behavior turning fiercely amorous and wildly jealous if any other female gets special treatment from her object of affection.

  • Attack Reflector: When one member of the Sunlight Scripture launched a rock at Momonga, she used a skill that immediately sent the rock through the guy's head.
  • Beauty Is Bad: It's noted once that she's very beautiful. Too beautiful and in the wrong way, which is unnerving and an obvious sign of her true nature as a demon.
  • Berserk Button: Any perceived insult against Momonga or Nazarick, real or imagined, sends her into a rage.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: She is a beautiful lady bearing the title "Warm And Caring Devil Of Pure White", but she's also a -500 Karma character who will kill anyone whom she perceives as an afront against Momonga. In fact, if Satoru didn't mess with her for fun, the "bitch" part is literal since Tabula literally wrote on the bio that she's a "bitch" before Satoru changed it.
  • Black Knight: Her battle armor is black, contrasting her casual attire. She is also one of the strongest Nazarick denizens and The Dragon to Momonga.
  • Blush Sticker: In the manga, when in the presence of Momonga. They're so strong they are even seen outside of her suit of armor.
  • Chainmail Bikini: Averted. When in battle, she wears a full plate armor that covers her whole body. She actually laments and despises the fact that Momonga can't see her body when wearing it, and wishes she wore Chainmail Bikini instead.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: She's not happy anytime she perceives a female character other than her getting 'preferential treatment' from Momonga (or even a male character who looks female). In an odd twist, Albedo doesn't really mind Momonga having other romantic interests so long as she's the "legal wife." This puts her at direct odds with Shalltear.
  • Comically Missing the Point: She's eager for Momonga to take her virginity. The fact that it's impossible for an undead skeleton to have sex never seems to cross her mind.
  • Crazy-Prepared: In the manga, she reveals herself to be proficient as a housewife with housekeeping and laundry by spectacularly announcing to Demiurge that she's made clothes for her potential children with Momonga up to age 5. And unisex.
  • The Dragon: As the Overseer of the Guardians she is Ainz's second-in-command.
  • Dragon with an Agenda: With the exception of Momonga, she intends to locate and kill any other Supreme Beings that may be in the New World. She tricked Momonga into giving her full authority to assemble and command a secret task-force that includes Pandora's Actor and Rubedo in its ranks. She jokingly called it the most powerful team in Nazarick... It's no joke. Logically, this is a gamble, considering Shalltear demonstrated Nazarick NPCs can be subverted. It puts Albedo and her team at risk of an encounter which can end with themselves being used as weapons against Nazarick. But if it pays off, it would eliminate the chances of one of Ainz's friends showing up as a rival that could split Nazarick. Or it would be killing off Ainz's friends and potential allies.
  • Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: She's an evil devil with long black hair and really pale skin.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones:
    • As much as an evil demon she is, she truly loves Ainz with all her heart and would even kill herself if that would make him happy. However this love makes her more villainous, the most notable example being her desire to kill the other Supreme Beings.
    • She shares a friendly relationship with the other Guardians. On one occasion, she actually worries about Shalltear, her love rival, after she fell into a depression.
    • She also loves her little sister Rubedo, and doesn't share her other sister Nigredo's fear of her, as she finds her adorable.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: She couldn't comprehend why Ainz switched places with Gazef Stronoff, a human, when the latter was at a disadvantage against the Slane Theocracy. Ainz, who did it because he was impressed, was aware of this and lied, saying it was Pragmatic Villainy and she was delighted seeing her master use that human as a mere pawn.
  • The Extremist Was Right: While Albedo's desire to kill any other Supreme Being before they can become a threat to Momonga seems way too extreme, the history of the new world shows most of the other players that were transported from YGGDRASIL, like the Eight Greed Kings, eventually turned on and killed each other.
  • Eye Pop: Her reaction in the manga when she notices Mare's newly-rewarded guild ring.
  • Face of an Angel, Mind of a Demon: She's got the looks of a lovely angel. Only when you check her karma you can see just how much of an evil monster she really is.
  • Fallen Angel: Her backstory has her as this, but she does not have any levels in any angelic race, only demonic ones.
  • Friendly Rivalry: She and Demiurge don't get along from a philosophical and bureaucratic perspective when it comes to the topic of how to best serve and carry out the will of Ainz. She is quite aware that Demiurge would petition for her Overseer position, were she to ever commit a colossal failure. She is also bothered that Demiurge is the only person who rivals her intellect as the second most cunning denizen of Nazarick (both assume Ainz is by far the greatest mastermind in the Great Tomb).
  • Game Face: It is implied that she, like Shalltear, has a true form that has yet to be shown. It is heavily hinted that said true form is enormous. Due to some subtle hints, the most prevalent theory is that she is a Nalfeshnee. Notably, her true form is implied to be both hairy and very large.
  • Guest Fighter: Albedo appears alongside Ainz as a playable character in AFK Arena.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: She is quick to anger whenever someone insults Ainz or tarnishes the reputation of Nazarick. She verbally (and sometimes physically) admonishes punishment on the slightest perceived failure, often forcing Ainz to order Albedo to calm down.
  • Happiness in Mind Control: It doesn't take long for Ainz to tell her that her feelings for him were because, in so many words, he reprogrammed her personality as a joke before Yggdrasil switched over and she became sentient. She takes it in stride and doesn't mind that detail, stating her own biased opinion that Tabula would forgive him.
  • Hellish Horse: Has a Bicorn, an unicorn Evil Knockoff, as her personal steed. Aura and Shalltear found great amusement in realizing why it wouldn't let a succubus ride it.
  • Hellish Pupils: She has vertically slit pupils.
  • Horned Humanoid: On her left and right temples are two thick horns protruding crookedly.
  • Hypocrite: She gets really, really pissed whenever anyone dares to question Ainz's judgement. Even though she wants to massacre any of the Supreme Beings she can find, knowing full well he wants to reconnect with them, because she thinks they are all traitors who abandoned him.
  • Idiot Hair: She has a strand of hair that stands prominently atop her head. She's definitely not an idiot or innocent in the moral or ethical sense.
  • Ignored Enamored Underling: Her life seems pretty hard even if she is a tank; hanging on to Ainz's every word means not knowing what a "DM call" was taken to heart not to mention his various, if understandable, rejections to her advances.
  • Impractically Fancy Outfit: Her white dress with the gold lace webbing is incredibly elegant, but also incredibly impractical for combat. That's why she swaps it out for full plate armor before going into battle.
  • Irony: She is a succubus who is still a virgin.
  • Kicking Ass in All Her Finery: Averted in the series proper, but she keeps her familiar dress instead of her battle armor in her AFK Arena appearance.
  • The Knights Who Say "Squee!": Towards the end of episode 4, while in full plate armor no less, she can't contain how awesome she thought Momonga was at defeating his enemies.
  • Light Is Not Good: Despite being associated with the color white, she is one of the most evil denizens of Nazarick - on par with Manipulative Bastard Demiurge!
  • Mad Love: Albedo is madly in love with Momonga and she will gladly do whatever he asks her for. She will even do things she knows he doesn't want if she thinks that's the best for him, such as manipulating him and planning to kill the other Supreme Beings so she doesn't have any other master besides him and to "protect" Momonga from them.
  • Manipulative Bitch: She manipulates Ainz into giving her a task force for the purpose of finding the Supreme Beings without letting him know that it's a "Seek and Destroy" mission.
  • Meaningful Name: Albedo is Latin for "white". She wears white, and her title is "Warm And Caring Devil Of Pure White".
  • Mighty Glacier: Her highest stats are in defense, but her high Physical Attack stops her from falling into Stone Wall category. Her Agility, on the other hand, is only middling at 60/100. Being The Dragon to Momonga, the two of them have the potential to form a good duo, with the defense-oriented warrior preventing enemies from reaching the incredibly powerful, but (relatively) frail spellcaster.
  • Ms. Fanservice: A Headturning Beauty whose perverted antics are often played for fanservice. In the anime, her cleavage, in particular, gets many close up shots, and there is a gratuitous shot of her naked back with Sideboob when Demiurge catches her sleeping naked.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Because of Satoru programming her character bio to devote to him and only him alone for fun and she's a -500 Karma character, her actions lead to a bunch of problems being set up, such as forming a kill squad against any Supreme Being she comes across, or when she starts going out of her way trying to kill innocents because she thinks they're disrespecting Momonga.
  • Odd Friendship: Bonds with the human Renner of all people over their shared Yandere tendencies for the men they love, despite generally considering humans to be less than bugs.
  • Old Maid: Shalltear loves to point out that Albedo is "expired" whenever the two argue about something, which causes the succubus to rage into kill mode and make verbal jabs at Shalltear's flat chest and Fake Boobs.
  • The Only One I Trust: The individuals she selects for her plan to kill the absent Supreme Beings. Understandably many of the Floor Guardians would at least inform Momonga of the truth, if not outright oppose the plan, so her choices follow a special criteria. Pandora's Actor and Rubedo are among those named, whom she intends to use. She has good reasons selecting them, Pandora's Actor is Ainz's own creation, meaning he's the only one excluding Albedo who is completely loyal to Momonga, and Rubedo is her sister.
  • Psycho Supporter: She is so loyal to Momonga that she wants to kill the other Supreme Beings to make sure that he has no competition and so that they can't hurt him by abandoning him again. She knows perfectly well that this is the complete opposite of what Momonga wants (but not what she thinks he needs).
  • Raven Hair, Ivory Skin: Jet-black hair, pure white skin and just as beautiful as an angel.
  • Rank Scales with Asskicking: Subverted. She is the supreme overseer of all of Nazarick's floors, making her the highest-ranked NPC in Nazarick who answers only to the Supreme Beings themselves. But although she is level 100, her power is only middling for one, being on par with Sebas' and Cocytus' and weaker than Shalltear's, Mare's and that of several "living weapons" of Nazarick.
  • Really Gets Around: Subverted. As a succubus she was supposed to a Sex Goddess that slept around a lot, with the last line in her character description saying she was "she's a slut". But Ainz changed it to "she loves Momonga" as a joke that backfired spectacularly making her completely obsessed about only him and is later revealed to still be a virgin.
  • Red Baron: "Warm And Caring Devil Of Pure White"
  • The Resenter: Deeply resents the other Supreme Beings for abandoning Nazarick and wants to kill them so that she doesn't have to serve anyone but Momonga.
  • Sadistic Choice: She "gives" one to Momon by serving Nazarick as a law enforcer in E-Rantel, or be viewed as an enemy, and have innocent people die from collateral damage, and forces Momon stands down. Considering Momon is Ainz's warrior disguise, it's clearly a ruse set up by him.
  • Satellite Love Interest: Justified. Just before she became sentient, Momonga messed with Albedo's profile as a joke and made it so her entire personality revolves around being madly in love with him.
  • Single-Target Sexuality: Due to Momonga jokingly playing with her settings before the server shut down and he found himself in the New World, Albedo only has eyes for Momonga.
  • Sleeps in the Nude: While Ainz is away from Nazarick, she takes the opportunity to sleep naked in his bed, so as to envelop it with her scent. Demiurge catches her in the act, and is more weirded out by the fact she is also cuddling an Ainz bodypillow she made herself. Demiurge doesn't point out that being undead, he doubts Ains even sleeps. In the fourth novel, Ainz does indeed lie down on it while alone, and wonders if rich people's beds just always smell like flowers.
  • Stone Wall: While she is not weak offensively, her highest stats are HP, Defense, Magic Defense and Resistance, her skills (Aegis, Parry, Parry Missile, Walls of Jericho) almost all seem to be focused on defense, and even her armor offers almost no benefits except high defenses and notably allows her to withstand up to 3 powerful spells without taking any damage. In YGGDRASIL, she was never meant to defeat an invasion: the serious defenses are all located on the lower floors, and if an enemy force has reached Albedo, they've clearly proven themselves to be far too powerful to be taken down by a simple NPC. Her only purpose is to stall the enemy for a few precious minutes to buy time for the Supreme Beings to either prepare to stop the opposing force or evacuate with the guild's treasures if there's no chance of victory.
  • Succubi and Incubi: She's a succubus and was originally designed to be a nymphomaniac. Even though she's focused solely on Momonga now, she's still very "excitable". People who see her are uneasy because she has a level of beauty that could only be possessed by a demon. Which, of course, is exactly what she is.
  • Succubus in Love: While she was originally programmed to be a slut, Ainz reprogrammed her into being entirely devoted to him as a joke. This resulted in a succubus who is madly in love with him.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: She mostly acts cold and collected, but while with Ainz she becomes much more emotional and warmer, even displaying a very cute and adorable side of hers.
  • Supernatural Gold Eyes: A devil with yellowish-gold eyes.
  • Sycophantic Servant: All Floor Guardians are loyal to Momonga, but Albedo gets especially eager when serving him and worshiping him. To the point of wanting to kill the other Supreme Beings who may or may not be in the New World since Momonga is the only master she wants and possibly because she thinks their abandonment of the guild and Momonga in particular is unforgivable. She doesn't even have any respect for the name of "Ainz Ooal Gown" and longs for the day she can call him Momonga again.
  • Tactical Rock–Paper–Scissors: In the trio of top melee fighters in Nazarick, she would defeat Sebas Tian (unless he turns into his dragonoid form) but lose to Cocytus.
  • Unexpected Virgin: When Albedo, Aura, and Shalltear go on a girls-day-out, Albedo summons her steed, a bicorn, but it doesn't let her ride it. So Shalltear looks the creature up in her encyclopedia, and it turns out, it's the opposite of a unicorn, and as such prefers promiscuous women. The implication that Albedo is a virgin shocks both her and Aura because Albedo is a succubus. However this is a result of her originally being a video game NPC, and before she became real in the new world, Ainz (thinking that the game is about to shut-down) was messing with her settings as a final joke, making her fall madly in love with him.
  • The Vamp: Averted, but as an NPC, she was initially programmed as being promiscuous. Considering the limited functionality of Yggdrasil NPCs, that was pretty much for flavor than anything actionable. She could have been this in the New World, but she only has eyes for Ainz.
  • Villain Has a Point: Her desire to eliminate the other Supreme Beings might seem out-of-proportions, but this goal can be considered logical. After all, the Supreme Beings pretty much abandoned their own creations, which is seen as basically Parental Abandonment by the now living, sentient NPCs. And Albedo has also seen how much pain and loneliness Momonga has suffered from them leaving as well. Also, she knows that most of the NPC's are more loyal to their creators than to Ainz and Nazarick, so some might actually decide to leave Nazarick if they find evidence that the other Supreme Beings are out there or worse, trigger a civil war. Her worries are made even more justified knowing that YGGDRASIL players have come to the New World before in groups, and more often than not, they ended up slaughtering each other.
  • Violently Protective Girlfriend: Emphasis on "violent." She will take any perceived threat against Momonga or Nazarick as a call to arms, unless Momonga explicitly tells her to stand down, and even then, she has trouble restraining herself. In volume 1 she flies into apocalyptic fury when the Dominion Authority summoned by Nigun causes slight damage to Momonga.
  • Virgin Power: Inverted. She has the ability to summon a bicorn, which is basically a unicorn with two horns. However, they're the opposite of unicorns and represent impurity, so they can only be ridden by non virgins. That would be fine if she was still programmed to be a 'total slut' character, but that line of personality was removed such that she's obsessively in love with Ainz and wouldn't sleep with anyone else. She also doesn't seem to fully grasp that sex with Ainz is physically impossible.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Shalltear when it comes to Momonga's affection. The two will spend hours arguing, threatening, and insulting each other over who would make a better wife for him. However the pair also realize he's a tough nut to crack and willingly trade information about sex appeal or advances that failed to capture Momonga's attention. It's worth noting that while the pair throw verbal abuse at each other, they always come to a temporary truce before it turns into a physical scuffle.
  • Winged Humanoid: She has a pair of black angel-like wings growing from the back of her waist.
  • Would Hurt a Child: She will attempt to kill children so long as they did something that she thinks is dispresecting Ainz. In Chapter 1, she prepares to chop up Enri and Nemu when she sees their behavior as disrespectful to Ainz only for him to hastily tells her to stand down, and much later on she's more than prepared to kill a child who tried to throw a pebble on Ainz before Momon (actually Pandora's Actor in disguise) shows up to stop her, although that was actually just a PR stunt and the child was actually brainwashed by Demiurge.
  • Yandere: Albedo gets very scary when she fights with Shalltear over who will be Momonga's "legal wife". She also will be happy to kill anyone that she thinks might hurt her beloved, including the other Supreme Beings. The first season ED illustrates this part of her personality. Notable in that she's like this purely because of Momonga, who rewrote her character description for laughs to make her madly in love with him in the last few minutes before YGGDRASIL's servers were supposed to shut down, and now it's too late to change her back.
  • Yellow Eyes of Sneakiness: Her eyes are yellowish-gold to denote that despite of her looks, she's an evil, cruel devil at heart.

1st to 3rd Floors

    Shalltear Bloodfallen 

Shalltear Bloodfallen
Click here to see her lamprey form 

Voiced by: Sumire Uesaka (Japanese), Felecia Angelle (English), Azucena Martinez (Latin American Spanish)

"Don't worry; I'll be quick. Why, you'll hardly feel a thing when I kill you. You have Lord Ainz to thank for such a generous mercy. But first... A bit salty, huh?"

Shalltear is a Floor Guardian who holds the unique distinction of commanding three floors of Nazarick (levels one through three). While her compatriots within the Great Tomb can individually claim to be physically stronger, possess greater martial ability, or wield more magical aptitude: Shalltear's diverse combination of offensive, defensive, melee, and spellcasting abilities, in addition to powerful regeneration abilities makes her one of the most powerful combatants among the Floor Guardians, even more powerful than Ainz himself. These facts are things she takes overwhelming pride in. Created by Peroroncino, she is a True Vampire whose Min-Maxing combination of holy and undead specializations make her an One-Woman Army.

  • A-Cup Angst: Shalltear has a flat-chested preteen body because her creator was a lolicon, and she doesn't like it. Aura tends to tease her about this.
  • Achilles' Heel: The undead race possesses several immunities as well as weaknesses. Shalltear is weak to Fire and Light element, as well as Holy magic. However, her class as a Holy Valkrye gives her a few spells and abilities to negate holy attacks.
  • Adaptation Dye-Job: In light novel illustrations she has ivory pale skin and silver hair; in the anime her skin and hair both have a lavender tint. The latter might actually be more accurate for corpse-like skin (skin turns a purplish tone 4 hours after death, just before rigor mortis starts to kick in).
  • Almighty Janitor:
    • She is the sole Guardian regarded powerful enough to protect three floors, and the trump card of Nazarick's first defense line, but is subordinate to Albedo and Demiurge in the overall Great Tomb's hierarchy.
    • In Volume 11 Ainz begins to realize that Shalltear had become Nazarick's Human Pack Mule, thanks to her Gate spell being so useful to transport supplies and personnel. Shalltear regards the entire affair as part of her punishment for the Brainwashed and Crazy incident, but in reality this was never the case. Her magic's utility was just incomparable to anyone else's.
  • Antiquated Linguistics: She periodically dips into the obscure "Arinsu" dialect that came from, and was exclusively spoken by the Oiran of the infamous historical Red Light District of Yoshiwara. Her creator being Peroroncino is certainly to blame for this.
  • The Atoner: After being brainwashed and resurrected, she tries her best to redeem herself.
  • Aura Vision: She has a spell or ability that allows her to see her opponent's remaining MP as an aura form.
  • Badass Boast: In her "fight" with Brain in episode 10, she calls herself "cruel, cold and terrible, as well as quite a beautiful little monster."
  • Bad Boss: Played with. She'll give her minions a certain amount of slack if they fail at something they had no reasonable chance of succeeding at, but too many stupid moves and she'll kill them.
  • The Baroness: The Sexpot type. She's young-looking, attractive, and her personality fits the type to a T, with an emphasis on the dominatrix aspect and sadism. And that doesn't stop her from getting lovey-dovey around her boss.
  • Bishōnen Line: While turning into her lamprey form for combat normally, the first time she really goes all-out against Ainz after being mind-controlled she retains her normal form and dons her valkyrie armor instead. There may be a different reason for this, though: none of the combatants involved have any blood to spill, likely leaving Shalltear incapable of going berserk anyways.
  • The Berserker: She has quite effective minmaxing to get rid of her traditional weaknesses. One of the few that are left is that when she gets covered in blood she begins to Blood Frenzy, losing the ability to think clearly in exchange for growing power. That's fine as a floor boss, but not very helpful when the mission requires a bit more finesse.
    • The events of volume 3 illustrate this quite well: Ainz sends her on a mission to capture a Martial Abilities user for him to study. What happens instead is that Shalltear cannot resist the temptation of working herself up into a blood frenzy despite having absolutely no need for it (she was already overpowering her opponents by a massive margin). She proceeds to slaughter everyone in the cave, lets her intended target escape, and eventually gets herself mind-controlled by the Slane Theocracy.
  • Blade Catch: Even better. She blocks Brain's sword with only three fingers and later deflects his attacks with her fingernails.
  • Blood Bath: She bathes herself in the blood of her foes to work herself into a frenzy and transform into a monstrous form.
  • Blood Magic: Shalltear can manipulate the blood of those she slays.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Typically, she's immune to this, but an elite of the Slane Theocracy tried to brainwash her with a World Item and largely succeeds... aside from the fact that she resists it well enough to kill the person who brainwashed her, interrupting the brainwashing process and causing her to go into an out-of-control rampage instead.
  • But for Me, It Was Tuesday: She didn't even remember Brain Unglaus the second time they met. Justified as there was a bit of memory loss when she was revived at Nazarick.
  • Cherry Tapping: Shatters Brain Unglaus' confidence in their first encounter when she effortlessly parries his sword with her fingernail. In their second encounter she does this again but Brain is able to shave a millimeter or two off of it using one of Gazef's techniques. He is extremely happy that he had become strong enough to do that much to such a powerful opponent.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: Downplayed. She's fine with the concept of polygamy in regards to Momonga, but she's competing with Albedo for first place.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Lampshaded. During the battle between Ainz and Shalltear, Shalltear using her "household" monsters as batteries to recover her own HP is called "dirty" by Ainz.
  • Combat Sadomasochist: She grows increasingly turned on during her duel with Ainz, but is obviously too busy to deal with that the normal way. So she decides to slake her lust with murder instead.
  • Cool and Unusual Punishment: She is subjected to what Momonga deems to be a suitable punishment. Needless to say, it's no punishment at all to her.
  • Cute and Psycho: Momonga finds her cute. Just about everybody else in the world finds her psycho. This is not particularly surprising - when she is around her beloved Momonga, Shalltear does get a lot of absolutely adorable moments. Her enemies are not so lucky.
  • Cute Little Fangs: Shalltear having notably sharp fangs is a given for a cute vampire like her.
  • Day Walking Vampire: Direct sunlight will not kill, or even cause her damage. The worst it will do is cause a movement debuff under direct light, which is hardly a great inconvenience to her.
  • Desperation Attack: She manages to mortally wound Kaire before she can finish activating Downfall of Castle and Country, leaving her in a default "Attack When Provoked" state rather than being completely brainwashed to serve the Black Scripture.
  • Depraved Bisexual: Shalltear loves Ainz because necrophilia is one of her fetishes, but also violates her Vampire Bride minions. Most of her fetishes are played for laughs, though. Yuri Alpha fears being around Shalltear, because the battle maid is a virginal undead creature. She presses all of Shalltear's fetish buttons and is eyed hungrily as a potential sexual conquest by the vampire.
  • Doppleganger Attack: Her trump card, the Einherjar. It is a temporary summon that counts as a golem, meaning it is immune to instant death. It has no magic or skills, but it possesses the same base stats and equipments as Shalltear herself, just in case she isn't hard enough to beat.
  • Drowning My Sorrows: After her fight with Ainz, even though she was being mind-controlled, she still blames herself and falls into depression and stays in the bar drinking. This is Played for Laughs, as Sous-chef comments that she cannot actually get drunk due to being undead and as such immune to all poisons (including alcohol). She just angrily growls at him.
  • Elegant Gothic Lolita: Shalltear always wears a long gothic lolita-style dress with frills and ribbons.
  • Evil Is Not a Toy: A Slane Theocracy elite tried to brainwash Shalltear with a World Item. She gets brainwashed, sure, but not before killing the attacker and going onto an indiscriminate rampage that required the Adveturer's Guild's intervention. Even worse, once Ainz found out who did it from Antilene much later on, this act put the Slane Theocracy right under fire for complete and utter annihilation.
  • Face Death with Dignity: Double-subverted. When she realizes that Ainz has just been toying with her, she goes berserk and desperately attacks him. But once Ainz invokes Fallen Down, she calmly praises Ainz as the strongest of all Nazarick and smiles with tears as she dies.
  • Fake Boobs: Shalltear pads her bra, and is called out on the regular by other female characters because of it.
  • Femme Fatalons: Though she does not often use them in combat, Shalltear's nails count as natural weapons and are more than strong enough to fend off bladed weapons, even if they are being enhanced by a warrior's Supernatural Martial Arts.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Shalltear's arrogance and dominatrix personality make it difficult for most in Nazarick to actually like her as a person. She is usually feared or grudgingly respected, with three notable exceptions: Aura Bella Fiora whom she is Vitriolic Best Buds, Mare Bello Fiore whom she considers an innocent little brother, and Solution Epsilon whom she shares interests and hobbies with.
    • The only matter of contention she has with Albedo is their Psychotic Love Triangle. On matters aside from who gets to be Ainz's head wife, the pair get along quite well and share a lot in common.
  • Game Face: Vampires are not pretty in this setting apart from her minions, the vampire brides. She just looks cute because she's hiding her true appearance, which doesn't even look human. People who see this form are surprised that it can even speak.
    • This is hinted at early on when Albedo calls her a lamprey as an insult.
  • Good Powers, Bad People: You wouldn't know it from initial appearances that she's specialized in holy magic. But yes, she does have 10 levels in Cleric, among other skills, despite being bad to the bone.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: She is one of the easiest NPCs to set off into a violent rage at the slightest disrespect towards her and especially the Supreme Beings, on par with Albedo, but unlike Albedo, who has a sharp intelligence that allows her to control her hateful wrath when it's necessary (such as when dealing with Phillip), Shalltear has no such inhibitions. This proves catastrophic when she is sent to subjugate the Quagoa, who were not necessarily against working under the Sorcerer Kingdom, but were hesitant to offer their complete and total surrender without really knowing what they were up against. A simple demonstration of Shalltear's overwhelming power against their strongest warriors would likely have been amply enough to cow them into submission, but a wrathful Shalltear takes their refusal to surrender immediately (despite how illogical such a surrender would have been from the Quagoa's perspective) as an insult and ends up slaughtering most of them.
  • Healing Magic Is the Hardest: Knows some priest spells, but being undead prevents her from using their healing spells.
  • Hellish Pupils: She has vertically slit pupils.
  • Hidden Depths: Volume 11 highlights that should she manage to resist letting her bloodlust take over, she is a scarily competent strategist. Ainz tasks her with capturing a squadron of Quakoa, numbering around 100 individual soldiers without harming them, and she succeeds with aplomb. Her strategy is simple but highly effective. Cut off all escape routes, surround them with undead, and then personally waltz in and paralyze them en masse, binding those who are resistant with ropes.
  • If It's You, It's Okay: Seems to only be into other females and nobody else, but makes a strong exception for Ainz who she is in love with.
  • I Love the Dead: She's built to have a lot of fetishes. Necrophilia is one of them, so she finds Ainz gorgeous.
  • Jizzed in My Pants: Early on, she says witnessing Momonga's magnificent evil aura has put her underwear in an emergency situation.
  • Lamprey Mouth: Sports one in her true form with a single inward facing row of fangs and a long protruding tongue.
  • Lecherous Licking: To Arche before killing her, Shalltear comments on her salty taste.
  • Lesbian Vampire: Though she loves Ainz, she consorts with her two brides and fantasizes about various other women.
  • Light Is Not Good: She's a depraved and evil vampire who is also a Holy Valkyrie.
  • Life Drain: Her divine-class item, Spult Lance, is a strike-type weapon that drains the life out of the people it hits to heal herself. This bypasses even the undead race's immunity to Life Drain.
  • Magic Knight: She is equally (that is to say highly) proficient in melee combat and magic. Even if she runs out of MP, the fact that she has limitless physical stamina as well as a weapon that constantly restores her HP with every hit, and skills that undo damage means that Shalltear is an absolute nightmare in a battle of attrition.
  • Man of Kryptonite: She's an undead (immune to instant death effects) that with specialties in holy magic and can cast fire spells (which the undead are weak to) and a class build that works wonders against spellcasters. Momonga wonders if she was specifically designed to kill him. When they fight after she becomes brainwashed, he only wins because he already knows nearly all of her tricks and strategies and came up with his own strategy to counter her before they even start.
  • Master of All: Together with Mare, she has the most balanced stats of the Guardians, and all of those stats are quite high.
  • Mass Teleportation: Her Gate spell is often used to magically transfer large quantities of material or small armies across vast distances. She takes tremendous pride in how Momonga values her ability to cast it and the vast Mundane Utility it provides (like being able to quickly cross long distances without displacing her breast pads).
  • Meaningful Name: "Shalltear Bloodfallen" is a pretty awesome name for a vampire. As in, she "shall tear them to pieces" and uses the blood of the fallen for her magic.
  • Ms. Fanservice: She was created by Peroroncino to be one mostly to himself. A fan of eroge games, he made Shalltear to cater to several of his fetishes (apparently including necrophilia since she is in love with the skeletal Ainz). She also owns a closet full of fetish clothes, all given to her by Peroroncino; just from her own admission this includes various rather revealing dresses, sets of Sailor Fuku, School Swimsuit, School Sport Uniform, Meido dresses, Qipao, Elegant Gothic Lolita (her default outfit), Sexy Nurse, Playboy Bunny, leotards and many more. She also has a variety of Animal-Eared Headband and fitting tails.
  • Munchkin:
    • She's an undead, granting immunity to instant death and most status effects. She's also a holy valkyrie, granting her spells and abilities to neutralize holy attacks. She can also heal herself with negative energy and has special abilities designed to regenerate and survive prolonged onslaughts to outlast most of her opponents. All these benefits make her the most powerful of the Floor Guardians, barring Gargantua.
    • It's eventually stated that a fully geared Shalltear is equal to a minimum rated Top Tier player character, ranking her in the top 10% of Yggdrasil builds.
  • Must Be Invited: She's capable of entering places uninvited, but as a vampire, she has a strong natural resistance to the idea.
  • My Greatest Failure: She falls into a deep depression upon being revived from her mind-controlled state, awash with guilt that she let her bloodlust overcome her sense of caution. It takes several months and her successfully capturing the Quagoa without losing control to finally regain her self-confidence. In fact, allowing her to be brainwashed could be seen as applying this trope to Nazarick in-whole, as upon learning from Zesshi that the Slane Theocracy was responsible, the entire guild formed an army with the single goal of exacting vengeance against them.
  • Mystical White Hair: A vampire with silver hair.
  • Naked on Revival: When she is killed by Ainz to break her Mind Control and then revived, she respawns naked and is covered by Scenery Censor until Ainz throws a Modesty Bedsheet over her body. She doesn't have a Naked Freak-Out until she realizes Ainz likely saw her underdeveloped chest.
  • Nigh-Invulnerable: Hitting her with unenchanted weaponry is pointless. Getting impaled with dozens of crossbow bolts does absolutely no damage to her. However, her spell resistance is proportional to the opponent's skill level.
  • No Cure for Evil: Averted. She has a Regeneration spell, can reverse time to undo the damage done by a powerful attack, and her lance has a Life Drain effect. And if that wasn't hard enough to break through, after an invading player kills her, they have to do it all over again because her owner gave her a resurrection item.
  • No-Sell: The Undead cannot be critted or life-drained, and is immune to most status effects and instant death spells. Shalltear's Negative Impact Shield also does this to most attacks, although it can only be used thrice a day.
  • Not Growing Up Sucks: Being undead, she laments that she will never have the body of a mature woman.
  • One-Woman Army: It only took her a couple of minutes to massacre the Quagoa in the Azerlisia Mountains from 80,000 down to roughly 10,000 without taking a single scratch of damage.
    • Upon hearing of her weaker abilities a group of high ranked adventurers estimate that an army of ten thousand men would be needed to match her. She was only using low level magic and is actually one of the strongest combatants in all of Nazarick.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: The vampiric species Shalltear is modeled after isn't a bat, but a lamprey or leech. It normally isn't obvious because she looks like a cute, eternally preteen girl. When she covers herself in blood and turns into her true form, however, she becomes an abomination from nightmares.
  • Oxymoronic Being: She is a vampire...yet she is also a valkyrie. So she is at the same time a holy and unholy creature.
  • Parasol of Prettiness: As part of her Elegant Gothic Lolita attire, she carries a parasol.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: When Demiurge discovers Ainz took Shalltear with him to the Dwarven Kingdoms, his immediate assumption is their master desires genocide of the dwarves. He honestly sees her as nothing more than a When All You Have Is a Hammer… solution. Though contemptuous of her subtlety, he clearly has respect for her vast destructive capacity.
    • He wasn't 100% wrong, as a genocide did indeed take place. In just a couple of minutes, Shalltear annihilated nearly the entire Quagoa race, reducing them from 80,000 to under 10,000. The only reason she stopped is because she wasn't told to destroy them all.
  • Power is Sexy: Momonga's fear aura puts her underwear in an emergency situation.
  • Pride Before a Fall: As an immortal undead with vast abilities min-maxed into an incredible combatant she's understandably quite arrogant. However, her foolish pride causes her to fail a relatively simple mission several times over and causes her to fatally underestimate Ainz when mind-controlled.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: Shalltear, one of Ainz's most evil minions, dresses in a black and red Elegant Gothic Lolita dress.
  • Red Baron: "The Bloody Valkyrie"
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Her bloody red eyes denote her cruel, bloodthirsty nature. Also dips into Elemental Eye Colors, given that as a Cleric, she also has access to a variety of fire spells.
  • Revive Kills Zombie: She is harmed by healing potions.
  • Running Gag: In the light novel, many characters comment on Shalltear's "generous" bust unknowing that it only appears big because she pads it heavily. The first instance was when Momonga summoned the Guardians for the first time; Aura noted that Shalltear used her Gate spell rather than walk as the latter would mess up her pads.
  • Skewed Priorities: Was worried more about her chest than the fact that she was dead, revived, and naked in front of everybody at Nazarick.
  • Technical Virgin: While she's never had sex with a man, she does have a record of violating her vampire brides, who are women.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Girly Girl to Aura's Tomboy. One chapter of the À la Carte manga, for example, revolves around Shalltear teaching Aura about makeup and skin care.
  • Too Kinky to Torture: When Ainz decides to nominally punish her in order to let her overcome her guilt about fighting him before (and partially to avoid sitting on a distinctly uncomfortable-looking throne of bones without offending its maker), he orders her to be his chair. She considered this a reward and sent Albedo into a jealous fit.
  • Undead Child: She was designed to be a vampire with the body of a young child, since one of Peroroncino's fetishes was little girls. While Shalltear adores him as her creator, this is the one thing she dislikes about how he made her, as she despises how she is eternally flat-chested since she has no hope of ever growing older physically, due to being undead.
  • Undying Loyalty: As much as she loves and is loyal to Ainz, her taunts during her fight with Ainz hint that she is ultimately more loyal to her creator Peroroncino and holds him in higher regard than she does Ainz. Albedo doesn't include her in her secret "Seek and Destroy the other Supreme Beings" task force for this reason. Though her loyalty to Ainz is still quite impressive as well. When she realized that she had fought him while being mind-controlled, she fell into a deep depression.
  • Unlimited Wardrobe: While she mostly wears her gothic lolita dress, it's said that she has a very extensive selection of outfits, all meant as fetish appeal for her creator Peroroncino.
  • Valkyries: When she's taking a fight seriously, she equips crimson, full-plate magic armor, along with a god-class lance weapon. And if she so chooses, she can animate the fallen dead around her to act as her servants.
  • Vampires Are Sex Gods: Played with. She wants to be seen as one, but being created by a guy with a fetish for underage anime girls, her feminine assets are... lacking to say the least compared to her rival for Ainz's love, Albedo. This is why she pads her bra quite copiously. Still, she is seemingly quite cute and pretty, but only so long as she doesn't reveal what she really looks like.
  • Vampire Lolita Archetype: Shalltear is an eternally young-looking True Vampire girl with long purple hair and wears a long Elegant Gothic Lolita dress. Her real form, however, isn't pleasant to look at.
  • Verbal Tic: She has the accent of a Yoshiwara geisha, substituting "arinsu" for various forms of aru, arimasu, iru, and imasu. This also includes avoidance of desu and freely ending sentences with a Japanese particle.
  • Villainous Breakdown: During her battle with Ainz she's initially both condescending and completely confident in her victory. Every time he out plays her she has an Oh, Crap! moment and loses her composure a little more. Eventually she ends up going berserk out of pure desperation.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds:
    • With Aura, to the point of sibling rivalry. Ainz notes that Shalltear's and Aura's creators, who were siblings, would often bicker in the same fashion. Sebas at first believes that they have a bad relationship due to this, but Shalltear assures him that they don't.
    • With Albedo when it comes to Ainz's affection. The two will spend hours arguing, threatening, and insulting each other over who would make a better wife for him. However the pair also realize he's a tough nut to crack and willingly trade information about sex appeal or advances that failed to capture Ainz's attention.
  • Wake-Up Call Boss:
    • Was designed to be this in the YGGDRASIL MMO. Shalltear compensates the weaknesses of being undead, with usage of holy magic. The combination of possessing natural resistance to death/unholy, while possessing a means to neutralize life/holy used against her, grants Shalltear no weakness that can be easily exploited. Vampire abilities made her a Flunky Boss who could turn fallen enemies into loyal puppets. She has a weapon to convert damage she inflicted on opponents into a Healing Factor that made her a Damage-Sponge Boss. Magic Knight abilities gave her the most versatile of physical and magical options. And that's not all! Inside her custom boss room, the "Bloodfest Ballroom", she is a Flunky Boss who comes with, among other powerful enemies, six Vampire Brides that she can consume when her health is low to heal herself to full, forcing invaders to deal with them before they can even start damaging Shalltear. And when you've finally gotten through all that? Surprise, she has a single use Auto-Revive item, meaning you have to immediately defeat her a second time. And while you're slowly, painfully grinding at her seemingly endless resources, the passive effect of her boss room is draining the party's health.
    • For the Great Tomb of Nazarick, if a raid party was strong enough to overcome Shalltear, said invasion force is not entirely harmless and warranted the guild's full attention to neutralize. Particularly since it means she was defeated twice.
    • She becomes one for Ainz in the New World after being mind-controlled. Not because she was particularly difficult to deal with for him, but because her brainwashing alerted him that his powerful minions can be used against him provided his foes have the correct items and setup. It's telling that after the Bloody Valkyrie Incident, Ainz became a lot more cautious than usual despite the fact that he and his minions are way stronger than most things in the New World.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: Shalltear is a cruel, evil white-haired vampire.
  • Yandere: Her confrontations with Albedo over which of them will be Momonga's "legal wife" can get really... intense.
  • You Have Failed Me: Played with. When one of her minions walks into a bear trap, she lets it slide because neither she nor the minion have the ability to detect traps. The minion walks into a pitfall, which annoys her more, especially since Shalltear didn't see it coming either. She makes it clear that any more stupid blunders will be punished with death, however.

4th Floor


The Guardian of the 4th floor. It is an incredibly powerful construct who apparently lacks any personality or free will. Unlike many of the other denizens of Nazarick, it is not a custom character created by a player, but was a bonus reward that Ainz Ooal Gown (the guild) obtained after completing a mission. It is usually dormant at the bottom of a lake.
  • The Brute: Even stronger than Shalltear (the most min-maxed Guardian) but is almost totally mindless.
  • Golem: It's an artificial construct powered by magic.
  • The Needless: As an artifical construct, it needs no nourishment or rest.
  • Secret Character: Gargantua isn't a Nazarick NPC but an NPC rewarded to the Ainz Ooal Gown Guild back in YGGDRASIL after they completed a mission.
  • Super-Strength: Gargantua is introduced in volume 4 hurling a huge boulder a long distance.

5th Floor


Voiced by: Kenta Miyake (Japanese), Bryan Massey (English), Aldo Ramírez (Latin American Spanish)

"I accept all of you as honorable warriors, so please forgive any affront my next statement might cause. Beyond this gate lies your death. Should you choose to step beyond it, know that it will be your last."

Cocytus is Floor Guardian to the 5th Floor of the Great Tomb of Nazarick. While absolutely loyal to his master and comrades, Cocytus' actions are not guided by the ideals of good or ambitions of evil. The wielder of 21 weapons and a Code of Honour to become the ultimate soldier, he enjoys the thrill of war and challenging Worthy Opponents on the battlefield. Created by Takemikazuchi, he is an Insectoid with Master Swordsman specifications and multiple abilities of An Ice Person.

  • Affably Evil: He is very respectful towards both comrades and enemies. Lampshaded by Zenberu, who is surprised that he is a nice guy, after Cocytus made two ice pillars and claimed that he would only kill the lizardmen that crossed beyond them.
  • An Ice Person: Can produce ice effects, chilling the area around him just by walking.
  • Asskicking Leads to Leadership: He is left in charge of the Lizardmen after he beat their champions.
  • Apologetic Attacker: During his battle with the Lizardmen, he repeatedly apologizes before attacking them or for having so many unfair advantages over them before dealing the killing blow.
  • Big Creepy-Crawlies: He has many limbs and a very insect-like face with antlion-like mandibles.
  • The Blank: He's the least outwardly human-looking of the Floor Guardians, lacking a face to emote with and leaving only his booming, generally-monotone voice and mannerisms to get a grasp on what he's feeling.
  • Blood Knight: He loves a good fight, but he is more of a Spirited Competitor since he is not above praising his foes even when there's a wide gap in power.
  • Bruiser with a Soft Center: In episode 2, when Demiurge brings up the possibility of Momonga having an heir, Cocytus gets really excited and says he would put the kid on his shoulder. He also would like to be an Honorary Uncle.
  • Covert Pervert: While first introduced in the non-canon Ple Ple Pleiades skits, this was later confirmed official in Volume 11, when Cocytus requested Ainz to punish him the same way Shalltear was for her mind-controlled disobedience: being used as a chair.
  • Due to the Dead: After his duel with Brain ends in his foregone victory, Cocytus was so impressed by his valor that he had his Frost Virgins preserve his body in ice while he took his sword as a trophy to commemorate their battle, despite it being completely useless to him. He even went out of his way to take a detour in his route to the castle to avoid stepping over his body and disrespecting him as a warrior.
  • Explaining Your Power to the Enemy: Cocytus states exactly what advantages he has over the Lizardmen during their fight simply out of polite courtesy. After all, the information becomes useless to the Lizardmen if they have no means of countering it.
  • Glass Cannon: Downplayed. He sports a fantastic physical attack at 97 and wields many weapons at once, but his defense is lower than average for a fighter at 84, and his magical defense is even lower. This is because his body's natural exoskeleton provides less protection than high-end armor, and he cannot wear anything over it. For reference, Sebas, who wears a butler uniform instead of any armor, has noticeably higher physical defense than Cocytus.
  • Hidden Depths: Despite being fanatically loyal and obedient to Ainz, he asks that the Lizardmen be spared instead of exterminated as ordered. Bringing up those Hidden Depths was Ainz's goal in the first place, and he's even happier when Cocytus starts anticipating Ainz's commands without prompting.
  • Honorary Uncle: When Demiurge brings up the possibility of having to swear loyalty and serve Momonga's eventual heir, he starts musing excitedly about the idea of carrying the kid on his shoulders and being called "uncle" by them.
  • Ironic Fear: In the non-canon Ple Ple Pleiades skits, the massive insectoid Cocytus is revealed to be afraid of bugs. Entoma uses this fear to bully him.
  • Let's Fight Like Gentlemen:
    • Cocytus erects two ice pillars before confronting the Lizardmen and states that only those prepared to die should cross beyond them. He keeps his word and only fights those who cross the pillars. He also doesn't interfere with Zaryusu and Shasryu as they talk about fighting him to the bitter end, stating that he is not so boorish as to deny the two brothers a chance to say their final goodbyes. Cocytus even apologizes for the fact that he's not able to provide a fair fight to his enemies because of the vast difference in their strengths.
    • When Brain confronts him to a duel, he accepts without hesitation or mockery. He prevents his Frost Maidens from interfering, introduces himself to his opponent, and allows Brain to make his preparations in accordance with dueling etiquette. He even draws his God Slayer Blade as a show of respect for Brain's resolve. He also doesn't prolong the fight needlessly and posthumously compliments Brain for even landing an attack on him.
  • Meaningful Name: In Classical Mythology, Cocytus is an ice-cold river, one of five that circles the edge of the underworld; similarly, in The Divine Comedy, it is the name of the lake of ice at the very center of Hell. He uses ice powers.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Can equip four out of twenty-one weapons at the same time.
  • Multi-Melee Master: He has an arsenal of 21 weapons.
  • My Name Is Inigo Montoya:
    • Inverted. He never formally introduced himself to the Lizardmen warriors that he fought, as they already knew who he was. Rather, he asked for the names of the final two Lizardmen champions (Zaryusu and Shasryu) that he was about to kill, then stated that he will remember their names as valiant warriors.
    • Played Straight during his duel with Brain Unglaus. He introduces himself in a manner similar to a participant in a formal duel.
  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: True Neutralinvoked Four-armed reptile-bug cryomancer honorable duelist.
  • Noble Demon: His Alignment is +50, which is on the good side of 'Neutral'. He is fiercely loyal to Momonga, lacks the more xenophobic attitudes of his peers, and praises the courage and skill of his opponents even if they are vastly weaker than him.
    • It is also notable in his fighting style. Demiurge, Albedo, and Shalltear - all having very negative karma ratings - revel in sadistic joy as they inflict painful death on (if not outright torture) their victims. Cocytus, in contrast, prefers to inflict quick, painless death with a simple swipe of his blades.
  • Proud Warrior Race Guy: Although we don't know much about his race per se, Cocytus certainly fits the bill personality-wise, so maybe just a "proud warrior guy".
  • Power Nullifier: He can temporarily nullify attacks made by weapons with weak magic power.
  • Punctuated! For! Emphasis!: He often speaks like this in Momonga's presence. In the light novel he. speaks. in. one. word. sentences.
  • Red Baron: "Ruler Of Glaciers"
  • Samurai: His chitin is shaped after Samurai armor, and his personality and mode of thinking is very much that of a samurai.
  • Shout-Out: In concept, he is very similar to an Ice Devil/Gelugon from Dungeons & Dragons, an insect-like humanoid with a long tail that controls ice (only Cocytus has more arms). Given all the other similarities between YGGDRASIL and D&D, this may not be a coincidence.
  • Tactical Rock–Paper–Scissors: Among the top melee fighters in Nazarick, he would defeat Albedo but lose to Sebas Tian.
  • Tragic Keepsake / It Was a Gift: His most prized sword, which he will only use against a Worthy Opponent, was given to him by his creator Takemikazuchi as a farewell gift before he logged out for the last time.
  • Walking Wasteland: During his march to Re-Estize, the surrounding area becomes encased in ice.
  • Worthy Opponent:
    • Considers the Lizardmen brothers as this. He respects their valor as fellow warriors enough to request to Ainz that they be resurrected instead of being turned into undead soldiers.
    • He later feels this way about Brain before he is forced to kill him. Having sensed that he wouldn't go down without putting up a fight, he honors his request for a duel without any mockery or hesitation. Though Cocytus was obviously much stronger, he nonetheless offers Brain his full respect as the finest warrior he has faced since arriving in the New World by having his body preserved in ice and taking his sword as a trophy.

6th Floor

    Tropes applying to both 
Co-Guardians to the 6th Floor of the Great Tomb of Nazarick.
  • Children Are Innocent: Aura and Mare are hands-down the most childlike of the Nazarick NPCs, but make no mistake - they are just as willing to commit massacres when Ainz gives the order. However, their karma ratings are merely at -100, which is nowhere near as bad as, say, Demiurge or Solution. An explanation for this is that Aura and Mare aren't malevolent in the conventional sense: Unlike, say, Shalltear, who is actively sadistic even towards her own underlings, Aura and Mare are brutally killing (in some cases torturing) humans without even thinking about the misery they cause, like how human children would thoughtlessly trample on or swat small insects.
  • Dissonant Serenity: Whenever they kill people, they do so with indifference rather than sadistic glee. If they are ordered to kill, they will kill everyone (that is, save for the ones Ainz specifically left to spare, like Climb in the Re-Estize massacre) they come across pretty casually and nonchalantly.
  • Expressive Ears: As expected of his more submissive and quiet demeanor, Mare's Pointy Ears droop downward as opposed to his confident sister's upward curve.
  • Face of an Angel, Mind of a Demon: They're cheerful, adorable-looking children, and comparatively less sadistic than the other Floor Guardians. However, not only are they still Floor Guardians, they're both unsettlingly casual about murdering whoever stands in their way.
  • Family Eye Resemblance: They're Half-Identical Twins and both have heterochromia. Aura has a left eye blue and a right eye green, while Mare has the same eye colors but reversed.
  • Half-Identical Twins: Aura is a girl and Mare is a boy. Curiously, the twins dress like their opposite gender. This is apparently the kink of their creator Bukubukuchagama.
  • Humans Are Insects: Aura and Mare arguably embody this the most. The more malevolent NPCs (e.g., Demiurge, Albedo, Shalltear, and Solution) often go out of their way to cause pain and in fact feel sadistic joy from it. The more benevolent ones, namely Cocytus and Sebas, tend to give their targets quick, painless deaths and can even be compassionate to some degree. E.g., Cocytus would pay respect to opponents who have shown courage. Aura and Mare, in contrast, feel neither sadistic pleasure nor remorse about causing humans to suffer. They simply don't care about what humans feel. Examples:
    • When Aura invades E-Rantel with Mare and Cocytus, she treats humans like how humans treat small insects - she doesn't mind letting humans live if they don't get in the way. When she needs to, she won't hesitate to slaughter them. And when she accidentally kills some humans (like with Iris), she is like "oh, well. It happens". She feels neither joy nor remorse when humans suffer.
    • Mare's submissive and meek personality actually helps emphasize this mindset. Mare breaks a woman's leg and then drags her screaming by the hair. Rather than sadistic pleasure or disgust at her voice, his only reaction is to tell her they need to hurry, which shows how genuinely little he cares about her suffering.
  • Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: The twin sister Aura looks and acts like a boy, while the twin brother Mare looks and behaves like a girl despite being a boy.
  • Mistaken Identity: Because of their heterochromia, they're mistaken to be descended from the elf king Decem. This makes Decem all the more of a Hate Sink when he comes to this conclusion himself and decides he wants to breed Aura and have Mare take part in the debauchery.
  • Older Than They Look: Both look like children, but are over 70 years old. By their race's standards, they probably look their age as Aura commented early on that she still has lots of time to develop.
  • Pointy Ears: As typical with elves, Aura and Mare have long, pointy ears.
  • Polar Opposite Twins: Aura is brash, confident and tomboyish, while Mare is shy, insecure and dresses like a girl.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Aura is the assertive and outgoing Red Oni and Mare is the introverted and timid Blue Oni. This is reflected in the color of their clothes.
  • Shared Unusual Trait: Both have one blue eye and one green eye. Characters who know a bit about elves find this vaguely familiar, but can't remember why. It's not until volume nine that we learn that the elf king and his descendants apparently all have heterochromia as well, which means that the twins at least look like elven royalty, though not of the right subspecies.
  • Sword and Sorcerer: Aura is tailored with The Beastmaster and Nature Hero specializations while Mare is tailored with spell casting Druid specializations.
  • Token Human: In the world of Yggdrasil, "humans" include elves, dwarves, and the like (including the obvious humans), then demi-humans (orcs and beast-people) and finally completely inhuman beings. Thus, Aura and Mare are one of the few "humans" out of an entire tomb of beings of the "monster" categorization. This has an actual effect, too; only "monsters" can gain racial levels, so their levels are invested in class skills instead.

    Aura Bella Fiora 

Aura Bella Fiora
Voiced by: Emiri Katou (Japanese), Jill Harris (English), María García (Latin American Spanish)

"The Great Tomb of Nazarick, which Lord Ainz calls his home, was recently invaded by some unsavory swords sent by your emperor. This has put him in a bad mood. If no one comes to apologize for this offense, he will reduce your country to ash. And as proof, we'll start be eliminating everyone here!"

Aura is an outgoing and adventurous Tomboy with a Girly Streak who enjoys excitement. Though physically weaker than her brother, she is the dominant sibling and pushes him to be more assertive. A dark elf tailored with The Beastmaster and Nature Hero specializations that was created by Bukubukuchagama.

  • The Beastmaster: Her job entails taming and controlling monsters for the guild.
  • Bifauxnen: Dresses and acts male.
  • Big Sister Bully: Her personality completely dominates her brother Mare. The reason they are like this is because their creator Bukubukuchagama was one to her own younger brother Peroroncino and believed this was an ideal sibling relationship.
  • Boyish Short Hair: She has short hair that makes her look even more like a boy.
  • Comically Missing the Point: Albedo and Shalltear often include Aura in their secret girl-to-girl conversations to seduce Ainz. She always sees herself as the Only Sane Woman during these talks, and fails to realize they want her input as a potential harem member.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Completely subverted. Despite being a Beastmaster which should be this, her first instinct on seeing interesting new creatures like Hamsuke or an obese frost dragon is to skin them and break them down for crafting ingredients if she doesn't deem them powerful enough to be useful to Nazarick.
  • Idiot Hair: The cowlick that stands rather prominently atop her head.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Is rather reckless in battle.
  • More Deadly Than the Male: Played with and averted. Although Aura is the more aggressive and confident of the duo, she is actually the absolute weakest Floor Guardian going by stats alone (as her specialty is to summon a horde of animals to fight with her), while Mare is one of the strongest Floor Guardians, and his specialty in area of effect attacks makes him a natural counter to Aura's summon-based fighting style.
  • Not So Above It All: She's not above using her childlike appearance and personality to get special favors from Ainz, such as sitting in his lap like a young niece or daughter. She shows jealously whenever Albedo and Shalltear want the same treatment.
  • Only Sane Woman: Demiurge's opinion of her, among the three female Guardians. It also occurs when Albedo assembles the trio for special meetings on how they can win Ainz's love or increase their sex appeal.
  • Precocious Crush: Though she plays it off when around Albedo and Shalltear, she is secretly smitten by Ainz's leadership and kindness.
  • Red Baron: "Renowned Trainer With An Indomitable Will"
  • Tomboy: She dresses in boy's clothes and behaves with more confidence than her brother.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Tomboy to Shalltear's Girly Girl. One chapter of the À la Carte manga, for example, revolves around Shalltear teaching Aura about makeup and skin care.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Shalltear. Ainz notes that Shalltear's and Aura's creators, who were siblings, would often bicker in the same fashion.
  • Weak, but Skilled: With the exception of Victim, Aura has one of the least impressive offensive power sets of the Floor Guardians, being statistically the weakest Floor Guardian, and Mare is flat out stated to be stronger. However, Aura's speciality in beast taming means she rarely is fought alone, and her ability to use many unique monsters in battle means she can often times just win a fight because she has the backing of a small horde, alongside her abilities to boost their power. She also has the benefit of almost never being away from Mare, meaning she can easily rely on him to even the odds. Also, despite being the weakest level 100 NPC in Nazarick, she is just weaker compared to other level 100 Nazarick NPCs and can still one-shot an old, experienced admantite adventurer with just one arrow to the head no problem.
  • Whip of Dominance: Aura is a Fluffy Tamer, and quite proficient with a whip, being able to use to it train and control beasts as well as being capable of using it in combat to personally slice up enemies. Ironically her appearance and personality are the opposite of what one expects from a whip wielder, being a tomboyish Genki Girl, although she's surprisingly dominant in her dynamic with her older brother Mare.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Despite being overall more confident and boyish than Mare, she is nevertheless deathly afraid of insects and will invariably make her brother deal with the various insectoids of Nazarick in her stead.

    Mare Bello Fiore 

Mare Bello Fiore
Voiced by: Yumi Uchiyama (Japanese), Megan Shipman (English), Isabella Arellano (Latin American Spanish)

Mare is a timid and insecure Wholesome Crossdresser who prefers boring tranquility. Though physically stronger than his sister, he is the submissive sibling and obeys her without question. A dark elf tailored with spell casting Druid specializations and suspiciously concealed stats of The Brute that was created by Bukubukuchagama.

  • Apologetic Attacker: Goes with the whole "meek and shy" aspect of his personality. Don't let it fool you, though. He his very hard and doesn't hold back.
  • Beware the Quiet Ones: Meek, shy, and almost completely dominated by his sister, Aura, but he's the stronger of the two twins, and whether by druid magic or physical combat, he can and will kill you if the situation calls for it. And very non-chalantly at that.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Continues the proud Nazarick tradition of dishing these out to anyone stupid enough to pick a fight. Zesshi was constantly put on the backfoot during the whole fight, and contrary to her initial expectations, she did not like being effortlessly trounced.
  • Creepy Child: Mare might look like a shy and timid child, but he has no qualms flatrening entire cities or committing extreme violence so long as Ainz orders it. It's strongly implied that the whole "shy elf boy dominated by his sister" has nothing to do with the "true" Mare lurking just under the surface, who - as far as we can tell - is ruthless, cold-hearted and dangerously intelligent, to the point of earning the respect and admiration of Demiurge.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Going by just his cowardly demeanor and his stuttering speech, you'd never guess that this kid could so much as hurt a fly, let alone crush a man's head like a rotten fruit. Despite this, he is still a level 100 Nazarick NPC and a very powerful one at that. Not only can easily crush Igvarge's head in just one hit of a staff despite his physical attack is "just" 70 (one of his lower stats), but Zesshi, a level 88 God-kin's attacks only leaves scrapes on him and he only goes as far as to toy with her before crippling her in one extremely powerful spell that she barely survives.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: He can move enough soil around to alter a landscape, and did, under Momonga's orders to hide Nazarick.
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: While most if not every New Worlder figures out that Aura is female, few of them realize Mare is male.
  • Effeminate Voice: Mare's creator made him a Wholesome Crossdresser because of personal fetishes. As expected, Mare is voiced by a woman in the anime to match his feminine appearance.
  • Elfeminate: As a joke from Bukubukuchagama, Mare dresses and looks like a girl, while his twin sister, Aura dresses like a boy.
  • The Engineer: His ability to shape landscape and stone makes him the ideal person to construct fortresses and battlefield traps. That such creations can look environmentally natural, and thus undetectable to low level magic or the naked eye, boosts his work up to eleven.
  • Green Thumb: His druid magic allows him to weaponize plants and seeds, as a nosy, and envious adventurer from Re-Estize found out, the hard way.
  • Magic Knight: A druid specialized in Earth magic, but if need be he will bash your brains out with that staff of his.
  • Master of All: Like Shalltear, he has very high stats in all domains.
  • Not Distracted by the Sexy: When the leader of The Eight Fingers drug peddling division, a former high-class prostitute, tried to seduce him (so she could use a deadly poison on him) he was completely uninterested. Note: She approached him completely naked.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: His extreme submissive personality hides a very inquisitive mind. He shows tactical ingenuity (it was his idea to hide the Great Tomb with landscape) and will ask revealing questions to things he wants to clarify. Demiurge of all people doesn't mind sharing his plans with Mare, because he likes his input.
  • Otokonoko Genre: His creator apparently was a fan of this, because when he was asked why he dresses like a girl, his answer was along the lines of "Something about 'Otoko no ko'..."
  • Person of Mass Destruction: The sidestory "Emissary of the King" reveals that his abilities are only a few steps below Shalltear and that he specializes in devastating area attacks.
  • Red Baron: "Unreliable Envoy Of Nature"
  • Security Blanket: He constantly clutches his staff and divine item, Shadow of YGGDRASIL, as such an object.
  • Super-Strength: Despite being a waifish boy, his stats from being an Boss NPC gives him the physical strength necessary that one swing of his staff is enough to cave in a man's skull, or break a woman's leg and then drag her off by the hair without apparent effort.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Bukubukuchagama, as revealed in volume 8. She is the only being he holds in higher regard over Ainz.
  • Wholesome Crossdresser: Was designed to dress like a girl despite being a boy to contrast his sister, for a given measure of "wholesome" since he still has no qualms destroying entire cities and killing hundreds of thousands. The way he replies when asked why he dresses like a girl heavily implies that it's not by choice, but rather because that's how his creator expects him to dress, and he follows it like any other order.

7th Floor


Click here to see him as Jaldaboath 
Voiced by: Masayuki Katou (Japanese), Jeff Johnson (English), César Echeverría (Latin American Spanish)

"The All-Powerful Ones created us to do their bidding. If anyone fails to meet their expectations, then there is absolutely no purpose for their existence. And they should be terminated at once."

Demiurge is Floor Guardian to the 7th Floor of the Great Tomb of Nazarick and Commander of NPC Defenses. To his master, comrades, and equals within the Great Tomb: he is a polite, helpful Gentleman and a Scholar who does everything he can to assist them in achieving their goals. To everyone else he is a scheming, Made of Evil sadist who enjoys inflicting cruelty and misery simply for the sake of evil itself. The whole of Nazarick respects his vast intellect and skill at executing plans, which are considered second only to the infallible Momonga, making him a go to person for advice. He was created by Ulbert Alain Odle to be the ultimate example of Demon Lords and Archdevils.

  • Affably Evil: Only to the other members of Nazarick (except for Sebas but at worst their interactions only go as far as bickering or arguements) and his master Ainz. He will show genuine consideration, concern and empathy for the people of Nazarick. This extends mildly to the people of the Sorcerer Kingdom that Ainz creates as he considers them his master's posessions and thus worthy of some care. Anyone else ouside of Nazarick or the Sorcerer Kingdom he sees as tools, test subjects, or toys for his amusement.
  • All According to Plan: When it looks like he's losing, he's actually still winning.
  • Bad Boss: He's the one personally unifying all the Demi-Human tribes in the Abelion Hills to attack and destroy the Holy Kingdom as part of his second false flag stunt with Ainz. However, he has no qualms killing or torturing the ones that don't want to fight for him, and the ones who did are planned to be used as sacrifical pawns for Nazarick to soft-occupy the Holy Kingdom anyways.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: Just look at all of the villain tropes in his entry. Justified since his creator wanted him to be the ultimate example of a devil. Demiurge was harmless when he was a mere videogame NPC, but now that he's a real sentient demon in the New World...
  • Chessmaster Sidekick: What's interesting is that Demiurge is completely unaware that he is one. He thinks all of his actions are merely him fulfilling Ainz's grand (and totally non-existent) plans. He's a chessmaster who thinks he's a pawn. While many of the achievements that Demiurge accredits to Ainz's infinite genius were due to unwitting chance or lucky opportunities, from an outside prospective they're all warranted. Ainz defeated the most powerful Floor Guardian single handedly, when Demiurge believed there was no way for him to succeed. He tricked the Baharuth Empire into becoming a vassal state of Nazarick in a mere three days with almost no bloodshed, when Demiurge believed it would require several months of violent subterfuge. He proved Shalltear was capable of intricate thinking and controlling her bloodlust, aiding in making the Dwarf Kingdom allies of Nazarick, when Demiurge thought she was only useful for senseless destruction. Ainz constantly makes Demiurge realize he's wrong on multiple occasions; thus fueling a genius intellect like Demiurge to consider himself vastly inferior.
  • Compelling Voice: Can force lower-level listeners to obey his voice. To those immune, it just makes his voice sound more pleasant.
  • Complexity Addiction: Part of the reason he believes Ainz is so much smarter than him is because all of Demiurge's plans are overly complicated schemes that will take years to complete, so even Ainz's random bumbling inevitably ends up achieving many of Demiurge's endless planned goals way ahead of his own over the top schedule.
  • Control Freak: Subtly revealed when the story switches to his point of view. He is tremendously annoyed by individuals who are resistant to his mind-reading (with the sole exception of Ainz). He also dislikes being placed in scenarios he cannot predict the outcome or manipulate to his advantage. Incidentally it's Albedo who constantly presses these buttons.
  • Deal with the Devil: How he interacts with everyone native to the New World.
  • Double Meaning: Phrases his statements to make the listener feel at ease, even when it's a topic they dislike, but avoids lying.
  • Entertainingly Wrong:
    • Because he unfailingly believes Momonga is an infallible mastermind, Demiurge always interprets something his master says, as intricate parts to a greater scheme that no one else except the Overlord could truly comprehend. Yet often times, what Momonga wanted was nowhere near that complex or requires profound foresight to unravel.
    • On the flip side: everyone he deals with (including Momonga), tend to completely misread Demiurge's full intentions because the Floor Guardian likes using word games and double meanings to conceal the truth without outright lying. Sometimes it occurs without meaning to, because that mannerism is second nature to him.
  • Even Evil Has Standards:
    • Briefly considers explaining to the innocent Mare why Albedo and Shalltear are fighting over giving Ainz an heir, but rejects it.
    • Despite his opinion about humans and what he's willing to put them through for his amusement, even he thinks that feeding children foie gras would be too much and too rough for his standards.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: A minor example occurs when he (as Jaldabaoth) "fights" Blue Rose. When Gagaran and Tia attempt to flee, Demiurge hits them with a fire spell, holding back to avoid killing them. The problem is that he uses the vastly more powerful Evileye as a gauge of their strength. Upon roasting Gagaran and Tia to a crisp, he callously asks Evileye why she would even bother adventuring with people who are so much weaker than she is. As the pragmatic monster he is, Demiurge apparently considers the worth of a companion by their strength alone - what is that silly thing people call "friendship" anyways?
  • Evil Virtues: Loyalty. This is standard for all Nazarick guardians, but considering how evil Demiurge is, it's genuinely surprising that he is so nice to his coworkers. When Cocytus calls him to ask advice on the Lizardmen situation, Demiurge doesn't hesitate to help him. And when Entoma was in a bad spot against Blue Rose, Demiurge made sure Entoma escaped safely before doing anything else. Suffice it to say, Demiurge is the sort of person you want with you rather than against you.
  • Exotic Eye Designs: In his human form he has diamonds for eyes, and in his imp form he has red sclera with Hellish Pupils.
  • False Flag Operation: He was in charge of attacking the Re-Estize Kingdom while Ainz as Momon pretends to fight him away just to cover and distract the Kingdom from Mare and Sebas's demolition of the Eight Fingers. He also took control of all of the Demi-Human tribes near the Roble Holy Kingdom and had a proxy Evil Lord Wrath lead them, so the Holy Kingdom will beg for Ainz to kill said proxy and take control of them.
  • Faux Affably Evil: His impeccable manners right after he killed her comrades make Evileye even more enraged.
  • Flunky Boss: His raw stats are underwhelming, but he can summon vast quantities of demons that can be used to pester the enemy or as sacrificial fodder to empower Demiurge. He can also summon powerful Evil Lords in smaller quantities.
  • For Science!: Very inquisitive. Loves to apply his own version of The Scientific Method on everything.
  • For the Evulz: While some of his "experiments" on the "livestock" are actually done for practical purposes, a lot of the horrible things he does to them, up to and including forcing parents to give up their own children to be eaten by the other "livestock", are done for no other reason than because he thinks it's fun.
  • Four Eyes, Zero Soul: Almost always seen wearing a pair of glasses. The "Zero Soul" part is an understatement, considering he was designed to be the ultimate example of an evil demon and boasts a Karma of -500 (very evil).
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Although they see him as a true companion, none of the other denizens of Nazarick like him, and actually dread going to him for advice or aid of any kind. Sebas in particular can't stand him even though Sebas is able to get along with the other 'Evil' denizens of Nazarick like Shalltear.
  • Friendly Rivalry: He and Albedo don't see eye to eye when it comes to the well being of Ainz, and the two come into conflict over who's ideas are better. It isn't a secret that he covets Albedo's position of Overseer and second in command, not for personal gain, but to most efficiently carry out Ainz's will.
  • Game Face: Although he does not display it often, he does have a "true form", two specifically. Oddly enough for such a vile and monstrous being, his first transformation is almost comical-looking, especially the superposition of the small glasses on a wide face that looks rather like a lizard's or a tree frog's. This is his Imp form which he has due to his ten racial levels in Imp. The second has yet to be shown, but is mentioned by Ainz to be the image of manliness.
  • Hellfire: As a powerful demon, he's able to conjure black flames at will.
  • Hellhole Prison: He's been keeping "livestock" in this sort of environment, and loves to implement ways of making it even more hellish.
  • Hope Crusher: Demiurge openly admits that allowing captives to escape, just a little bit in order to give them a sense of hope and freedom, only to take it away by showing that his victims never had any hope of salvation would be most enjoyable.
  • Human Resources: Momonga is absolutely oblivious to the fact that Demiurge has been raising a population of humans for experimentation, body parts harvesting, meaningless torture, and snacks for Nazarick creatures that find them tasty. Momonga incorrectly believes the "livestock" Demiurge has been mentioning from time to time, are unintelligent beasts. It's not that Demiurge has been lying to his master: Momonga simply has yet to fully comprehend how cruel and evil the lieutenant is. It's also implied that Demiurge, in his usual manner of overestimating his master's evil and intelligence, believes that Momonga is aware that his livestock are humans and is simply dehumanizing them by calling them sheep. Demiurge doesn't realize that Momonga refers to them as sheep because he really believes they are sheep.
  • The Lancer: He is one to Albedo. Inner monologue reveals he is very annoyed by Albedo's unprofessional behavior and jealous she holds the position of Overseer. While he generally obeys her orders without open resistance, he prefers to communicate directly with Ainz and avoid dealing with her whenever possible. Albedo seems to enjoy playing "mind games" with him, which he finds exasperating and a complete waste of his time. However when the two work together when Ainz assigns them a common task, they can create the most complex schemes possible.
  • Little Bit Beastly: Has some animalisitic traits at all times, like his tail, pupils and teeth. His Aspect of the Devil ability also allows him to replace a certain number of his body parts with demonic, often animalistic ones, such as bat wings, a frog head, 8 limbs like a spider, beastly claws, and so forth.
  • Lovecraftian Superpower: His skills aside from his Hellfire consist of fun stuff like enlarging and hardening his limbs and sprouting wings.
  • Mad Artist: Living subjects in suffering, torn body parts, and screaming souls are his favorite mediums.
  • Made of Evil: The reason why he's so evil is because the Supreme Being (person) who created him is an actual misanthrope and cynicist who's very obsessed with evil.
  • Man of Wealth and Taste: In his humanoid form.
  • Master of None: Most of his stats are in the 50 to 65 range, making them well balanced but mediocre for a level 100. His only high stats are Resistance (presumably to make him hard to cripple with disabling effects) and Special (nebulous, but likely reflects his Flunky Boss capabilities), both of these are maxed out at 100.
  • Meaningful Name: "Demiurge" is the name of a key figure in Gnosticism and several ancient religious sects. In these belief systems, the Demiurge is an entity created by the capital-G God and tasked with managing the world on God's behalf. He is also (depending on the sect) often regarded as malevolent, as compared to his creator, who is benevolent. This is more or less like Demiurge the Floor Guardian -
    • Demiurge the Floor Guardian is a created entity and manages a lot of things on his superior (Ainz)'s behalf.
    • While Ainz isn't exactly a moral role model, he often tries to show mercy, and in some cases even commits acts of altruism towards humans. Demiurge, in contrast, is always totally ruthless towards people outside Nazarick.
  • Mind Manipulation: Possess a wide range of mind control abilities.
  • Mind Reading: He is able to read the surface thoughts of every denizen in the Great Tomb, with the exception of Ainz and Albedo. Not being able to detect Ainz's thoughts is considered normal, but the inability to know what Albedo is thinking generates suspicion.
  • The Minion Master: Contrasting Aura, the other summoner in Nazarick, who serves as The Beastmaster. Instead of relying on a few powerful summons, Demiurge tends to flood the battlefield with low-quality demons that serve a dual purpose of pestering the enemy and serving the role of sacrifices to empower Demiurge himself. Of course, he does have a few powerful summons of his own to throw at enemies as well.
  • Monochromatic Eyes: His eyes appear to be crystalline, too.
  • Non-Indicative Name: "Demiurge" usually refers to divine world-creators while Demiurge here is a demon. Though, in Gnosticism, the Demiurge is considered as malevolent.
  • Normal Fish in a Tiny Pond: Among the Floor Guardians, Demiurge is not a very strong combatant since his specialty is strategy. Nonetheless, he's still level 100 in a world where even an effectively level 30 character is considered a legendary being. The unlucky New Worlders who face him are completely outclassed and think he's even stronger than the Demon Gods of legend.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: When Jircniv enters Nazarick for a state visit, Demiurge is in his toad form, so the Emperor dismisses him as a stupid creature that just happens to have a Compelling Voice.
  • Odd Friendship: He's on incredibly good terms with Mare and considers him an apprentice of sorts. Demiurge is impressed that Mare not only possesses sharp intellect, but hides that intelligence behind a super shy exterior. This is in sharp contrast to his opinion of other Guardians: he thinks Albedo is insane (which isn't exactly incorrect), considers Shalltear a loose cannon (again, not wrong), believes Cocytus is Dumb Muscle (while not strictly correct, Cocytus is prone to Honor Before Reason), and can't get over how Sebas is Stupid Good (his and Sebas' creators were often at odds with each other).
  • One-Winged Angel: Deimurge fakes this when he attacks the Holy Kingdom in his Jaldabaoth guise. When he lets himself be slammed into a building, he switches places with his demon servant Wrath under the cover of the rubble. This terrifies the Holy Kingdom's forces, since Wrath (who resembles a Balrog) looks much more demonic and intimidating than Demiurge. Wrath is actually weaker than Demiurge since he's only level 80 compared to Demiurge's 100, but that still makes him much stronger than anything the Holy Kingdom could throw at him. He does have a genuine (as of yet unseen) One-Winged Angel form, but presumably opted to avoid revealing it for strategic reasons.
  • Only Sane Man: In the Manga Omakes, at least. He usually plays the role of the weirded-out observer whenever Albedo and Shalltear gets overly excited with Overlord's Anime or Tankoubon releases.
  • Overshadowed by Awesome: A self-inflicted case where he truly believes himself outclassed by Ainz in the brains department. Case in point: after the Emperor's visit to Nazarick, Demiurge was able to correctly predict Jircniv's every response, and planned for a long and bloody war of attrition to finally bring the Empire under Nazarick's control. So when Ainz completely decimates the Royal army then randomly shows up in the Empire to singlehandedly prove he can't be destroyed (he was only there to basically advertise his new Adventurer's Guild and thought killing a troll would be good publicity), prompting Jircniv to immediately surrender in a few days, Demiurge is suitably impressed by his master's far greater efficiency.
  • Pointy Ears: His ears are long and pointy.
  • Poison and Cure Gambit: He appears to insinuate this occurred during the banquet Nazarick provided the Dwarven Kingdom. Ainz was completely oblivious of the plot, so it would be another example of Demiurge doing something insidiously ingenious, under the impression it was his master's original idea in the first place.
  • Psycho Supporter: Though he's wholly loyal to Momonga, he's also way more evil and cunning than him (though neither is aware of it). It's also Demiurge's fault that Momonga's plan to locate fellow YGGDRASIL players by making Nazarick famous in the New World was derailed into world conquest, and from that point on, absolutely everything Momonga says or does is interpreted by Demiurge to be in service of that plan, no matter how innocent Momonga's actual intentions were. He can be partially blamed for a few of Momonga's most evil moments, such as the massacre of the Workers.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: Demiurge is actually a horrifying inversion of the trope. On the clock and under the direction of accomplishing the goals of Ainz or Nazerick, he only engages in Pragmatic Villainy and never does anything more than necessary to get the job done. Off the clock he's a sadistic monster that loves the sound of screaming with almost no line he won't cross for the sake of his entertainment.
  • Red Baron: "Creator Of Blazing Inferno"
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: A villainous example, with his perception of "what's right" being "ensuring the safety of Momonga at all costs". Unlike most of the other guardians, who will unwaveringly obey Momonga no matter what, Demiurge may disobey his master's orders if he feels that Momonga is putting himself into unnecessary danger. He says that he doesn't even care if Momonga punishes or even kills him for his disobedience, as the safety of the Supreme Beings must come above his own.
  • Soft-Spoken Sadist: He will happily describe the horrible agony he is going to inflict on those unfortunate enough to fall into his grasp, and proudly declare that he will turn an entire nation into a suffering pit, all while never once raising his voice or breaking his calm and even cadence.
  • The Starscream: Not to Ainz, who has his Undying Loyalty, but to Albedo. Demiurge has stated on several occasions he believes himself more worthy of being Overseer of the Floor Guardians, and patiently waits for Albedo to commit a mistake so unforgivable that Ainz reassigns the role to him.
  • The Strategist: Well he was the Commander of the NPC Defenses in YGGDRASIL.
  • Verbal Tic: Demiurge develops one, adding random words to the end of his sentences.
  • Weak, but Skilled: He has the third weakest stats among Floor Guardians (ahead only those of Victim, whose sole purpose is being an Action Bomb, and Aura, who generally has slightly higher stats than Demiurge but is a Magically Inept Fighter while Demiurge is a Master of None), he also has access to a very limited array of spells. He makes up for this weakness with cunning tactics, a wide range of non-spell abilities with powerful miscellaneous effects (such as locking teleportation or freezing an enemy in place), a high Resistance that makes him hard to cripple or incapacitate, and gratuitous Flunky Boss shenanigans.
  • Will Not Tell a Lie: This always applies to Momonga and the other Floor Guardians, though he has a habit of being Metaphorically True. For one thing, he doesn't see fit to correct Momonga whenever Momonga assumes that Demiurge's "livestock" are non-sentient beasts like Chimeras.
  • Would Hurt a Child: After occupying E-Rantel, the first thing he did was to brainwash a kid to throw a rock at Ainz, then have Albedo lashing out at him and Pandora's Actor swoop in to interfere against Albedo as a PR stunt.
  • Wrong Context Magic: It's stated that a demon cannot use a second name or they will perish instantly. This does not apply to Demiurge at all, since he uses both the names Demiurge and Jaldabaoth no problem.
  • You Are a Credit to Your Race: While Demiurge believes that Humans Are Insects or toys for amusement he isn't flat-out racist like the other NPCs in the Tomb of Nazarick and isn't above complimenting anyone if they show some ability human or otherwise. For instance, while he completely saw through Emperor Jircniv's attempts to plot against Nazarick, he did mention that the Emperor was smarter than average and there was really no reason to mention that fact. Additionally, he is very impressed with Renner's sociopathic willingness to sacrifice a large number of innocent lives in order to accomplish her goal of lowering her karma enough to activate her race-change item and become an immortal imp.

8th Floor


Voiced by: Nao Tōyama (Japanese), Maria Acevedo (English), Azucena Martínez (Latin American Spanish)

"Death is my purpose, what I was born for. If dying would be of use to a Supreme Being, and the Tomb as a whole, nothing would give me greater joy."

Victim is Floor Guardian to the 8th Floor of the Great Tomb of Nazarick. Though the weakest among his fellow Guardians (a mere level 35), he is held in high regard and awe by them, for Victim remained undefeated when a 1500 player raid party almost conquered Nazarick. He commands the deadliest level of the dungeon, a region where There Is No Kill Like Overkill, but is burdened with the fact that if the 8th Floor is successfully breached by an invading force, the Great Tomb of Nazarick is likely doomed to fall. An angel tailored to inflict Status Effects, whose Supreme Being creator has yet to be revealed.

  • Action Bomb: Though unusually, it seems that his self-destruction does not cause damage, but instead inflicts enemies with a plethora of nasty debuffs.
  • Angelic Abomination: Is an angel that looks like an unborn fetus with wings and a halo.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: What ends up happening to enemies when he kills himself.
  • Death Activated Super Power: He's the weakest of the Floor Guardians. However, he is not made to fight, but to die. Upon his death, he inflicts massive debuffs to all of his opponents, leaving them vulnerable to being Zerg Rushed by all the other enemies on the eighth floor.
  • Dissonant Serenity: He is completely at peace with the fact that his reason for existing is killing himself, and says things like "I was born to die" like it's a completely normal thing to say.
  • Indy Ploy: Victim's creation. He was conceived during the infamous raid that almost destroyed the Great Tomb, as the opposing players breached the 7th Floor. While ultimately ingenious, there wasn't real expectation for it to work and the Supreme Beings were simultaneously making preparations for their Final Boss battle.
  • Lethal Joke Character: A sickly level 35 floating fetus with next to no offensive skills isn't something that one would consider a formidable threat, especially when the much stronger Shalltear and Mare are fought before him. But there is a reason why he is put in charge of defending the guild item — his purpose is to self-destruct and inflict foes with multiple debuffs while multiple raid boss-tier enemies pick the invaders off at their pleasure. Which is part of the reason why he is created, since his unassuming and unremarkable appearance and abilities could easily make people underestimate him.
  • Meaningful Name: With a name like Victim, it's not shocking that his purpose is being an Action Bomb.
  • Our Angels Are Different: Is specifically referenced as an angel by Sebas Tian in volume 6.
  • Out of Focus: Unlike the other floor guardians, Victim is largely relegated to a single scene in Chapter 4 and never shows up afterwards. Justified considering he is integral to Nazarick's defense system and is not allowed to leave his quarters unless Ainz allows him to.
  • Simple, yet Awesome: Unlike other Guardians, he isn't an incredible warrior or powerful caster. Victim doesn't have an intricate strategy to defeat invaders. He simply initiates a Suicide Attack that disables all enemies on the entire 8th Floor. This works well for several reasons. The other Guardians may be powerful, but in the end their usefulness is limited against an entire group of similarly leveled and geared players. Victim gets around this issue by crippling every enemy on his floor at once to leave them open to a Zerg Rush by the powerful enemies encountered en masse on his floor, which apparently includes Rubedo of all people. His low level has a chance of luring enemies into mistaking him for a "flavor" NPC similar to the Area Guardians instead of an actual threat, and this same low level also means that he can be resurrected with minimal expense compared to a level 100 NPC.
  • Starfish Language: The way he talks is very weird, to say the least. Translators have taken random phrases (typically memes) and typed them in backwards to indicate his dialogue. Ainz muses that he might be speaking the language of actual angels, but since his speech is automatically translated there's no real way to find out. The anime renders it as incredibly fast pace gibberish with the automatic translation voice layered on top.
  • Taking You with Me: Was designed specifically for this. It's the reason a massive attack of 1500+ people on the tomb failed, miserably, on the 8th floor.
  • True Neutral: invoked Close enough. He has a morality score of 1, which is basically the closest to purely neutral you can get.
  • Thanatos Gambit: Ainz tells him outright that in the event of an emergency he might kill Victim himself to neutralize intruders or even prevent them from fleeing. He's apologetic about this, but Victim doesn't mind. That said, his death wouldn't last long anyway.
  • That One Boss: invoked The irony of it all is that Victim is only level 35 and the weakest Guardian. His power comes from being able to sacrifice himself, which causes an onslaught of crippling status debuffs and movement lockdown effects, allowing the rest of Nazarick's forces to kill the invaders at their leisure, which is made infinitely worse by the entire floor being defended by vicious NPCs like Rubedo and what's implied to be some of the raid bosses Momonga's guild fought and defeated before they occupied the Tomb. To emphasize this point: no Raid Party in Yggdrasil had ever gotten past it.
  • There's No Kill like Overkill: Not only Rubedo and Aureole Omega reside at the same floor as Victim, it's implied that at least the Asura raid boss was also residing there. Just the Asura alone is shown to be a drawn-out confrontation even for an entire guild of UltimateGamer386 players like Ainz Ooal Gown, but they'll now have to deal with multiple of these at the same time while being severely debuffed by Victim into extreme incompetency. There's no wonder why nobody managed to topple Ainz Ooal Gown throughout the game's 12-year history.
  • Ugly Cute: Especially in the anime, where his translated voice is very cute and childlike.
  • Villain Cred: Despite being at a much lower level than the other Floor Guardians, Victim is held in high regard for his pivotal role in halting the massive attack of 1500+ people on the Great Tomb.
  • You Shall Not Pass!: A villainous example, as his sacrifice prevents heroic adventurers from breaching the final levels of the Great Tomb. Successfully surmounting his floor and the restrictions imposed by his death, means an invader can defeat Nazarick.

Area Guardians

Area Guardians are a select group of Non Player Characters who control locations of vital value or tactical importance in the Great Tomb of Nazarick. They originally served as sub-bosses in the Yggdrasil MMO, and in layman terms, can be considered like lesser Floor Guardians who command a smaller region. The zone an Area Guardian controls is an independent microcosm within the surrounding larger territory of a Floor Guardian. When outside their zone, an Area Guardian is subordinate to the commanding Floor Guardian. Inside their zone, an Area Guardian only answers to Ainz and Albedo, possessing the right to disregard a Floor Guardian's orders if it conflicts with the Area Guardian's purpose. Certain individuals, such as Pandora's Actor, are not tied to the Floor system at all and enjoy special independence from Nazarick's chain of command.
    Pandora's Actor 

Pandora's Actor
Voiced by: Mamoru Miyano (Japanese), Eric Vale (English), Daniel Valladares (Latin American Spanish)

Area Guardian and Financial Manager of the Treasury to the Great Tomb of Nazarick. He is an eccentric individual who, much to his creator's embarrassment, is an overactive Large Ham. His primary duties involve maintaining monetary upkeep of the Great Tomb and tracking of its material inventory. This role notably puts him outside of Albedo's usual chain of command, with the luxury of directly answering to Momonga. A doppelganger with Master of All specializations, achieved through Shapeshifting as any of the Supreme Beings, that was created by Momonga.

  • Adolf Hitlarious: The military uniform coupled with his tendency to break out into Gratuitous German leads to this. Momonga more or less admits he was going through an "Edgelord" phase when he created him.
  • Almighty Janitor: He's at the level cap just like the floor guardians and has such varied and flexible abilities that he would provide amazing support to anyone he was assigned to work with. Ainz considers him possibly the most potentially useful NPC in Nazarick, but he sees little use apart from guarding the treasure room. Though Shalltear's brainwashing has Ainz move him out to the throne room for further use and eventually has him act as a body double.
  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: Inverted. Ainz is incredibly mortified by the fact he ever thought making someone with such Large Ham and Chuunibyou tendencies was cool, and wishes his "son" would reign it in so as not to constantly display Ainz's previous shameful tastes.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: As one of Nazarick's comic relief characters, it's easy to forget that he is still a level 100 NPC like the Floor Guardians and can still put on a fight even against Platinum Dragon Lord's remotely-controlled armor when he's impersonating Ainz and fighting at 80% of his power. The fact that he's weaker than Ainz also helps matters to drop the guard off from any powerful enemy that might want to challenge him directly.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer:
    • In spite of his Large Ham tendencies, he is the Guild Treasurer and Quartermaster, is the only one who criticizes Ainz (and gets away with it because Ainz finds it a change from everyone else who worship the ground he walks on) and Albedo considers him as smart as herself and Demiurge, which combined with his Undying Loyalty to Ainz is enough for her to invite him into her conspiracy.
    • Despite he's only 80% as strong as Ainz when impersonating him, he is still a level 100 NPC and is thus a suprisingly capable combatant who can even hold his fort against the Platinum Dragon Lord's armor to a noticably impressive degree, considering said Dragon Lord is a level 90 NPC and one of the few denizens in the New World who can actually pose a threat against a level 100 player.
  • Comically Missing the Point: In the Pure Pure Pleiades episode focusing on him, Shizu attempts to find something for him to eat (while he's disguised as an ordinary cat). As a doppelganger he can eat anything and has no preferences or dislikes up to being willing to eat live insects, but Shizu eventually puts a can of cat food in front of him. Unopened. He eats the entire thing just like that. Nobody considers this odd. In the series proper however, this is subverted. He's actually one of the few beings who will ask Momonga for clarification on what he means in his orders, meaning that he won't do anything extraneous (such as commit mass genocide) over a small misunderstanding.
  • Court Jester: In the classical literary sense. He's an utter clown in fashion and mannerisms, but he's also the one servant in the Tomb of Nazarick willing to question Ainz's plans and motives to his face while still remaining completely loyal to him, something Ainz finds to be a refreshing change of pace to the Sycophantic Servants that make up most of his forces.
  • Extreme Omnivore: He's capable of eating anything, but from the way he speaks it sounds like he's one of the Nazarick residents who doesn't normally eat anything and gets by on his Ring of Sustenance.
  • Glamour Failure: While he can mimic anyone's appearance, mannerisms, and aura perfectly, if he takes the form of a Supreme Being in front of an NPC who that guildmember created, the NPC will be able to sense that he isn't the true player. However, he is able to successfully fool any NPC by shifting into another guildmember.
  • Gratuitous German: He occasionally lapses into German. Momonga (who nowadays finds this quirk to be ridiculous and out of place) implores him to stop it.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: The target. Albedo has privately expressed jealousy towards Pandora, this is due to him being Ainz's "son" as in, directly created by Ainz.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: All of the female NPCs are disgusted how Pandora acts overtly friendly around them. They either stare at him with eyes of disgust or wordlessly make a negative sound.
  • Home Field Advantage: It's probably not a coincidence that the Actor is the guardian of the Treasury. Aside from the slight decrease in power compared to the creature it's copying, the biggest weakness of a Greater Doppelganger is the inability to replicate their gear. Being located in the place where said gear is stored, however, means that Pandora's Actor has access to the entire arsenal of the guild, including its World Items, as well as the ability to use any and all of it to its full extent to absolutely wipe anyone who by some miracle manages to breach the Treasury out of existence.
  • Honest Advisor: While its accepted all denizens of Nazarick are impossibly loyal to Momonga, Pandora's Actor is the one he implicitly trusts beyond all others. He is more honest with Pandora than any of the other NPCs, and asks him questions he doesn't want answered with fawning bias.
  • Large Ham: With a penchant for melodramatic gestures and a No Indoor Voice that embarrasses Ainz to no end, Pandora's Actor is anything but subtle when not taking someone else's appearance.
    Pandora's Actor: [In answer to Ainz's mundane request of taking World Items] WOOOOORRRRLLDDD ITEM! It can change the world! Immense power! The supreme beings' symbol of greatness! The various sacred treasures sleeping deep within Nazarick. Are you saying their power will finally be unleashed?
    Momonga's inner thought: Whoa. He's so lame!
    • This sometimes bleeds into his performance even when he is attempting to disguise himself, as seen when he (disguised as Ainz) casts "Greater Teleportation" with a distinctly not-Ainz-like dramatic flourish and declaration. In the third season of Ple-Ple-Pleiades, this triggers an "overacting" fad amongst the denizens of Nazarick who believe it was started by Ainz himself, with only Aura and Demiurge figuring out who really kickstarted it by accident.
  • Master Actor: He is exceptionally skilled at emulating people that he's disguised as, just as long as he can keep the ham to himself.
  • Minored in Ass-Kicking: Oh, yeah, besides being completely silly, Pandora's Actor is also the most loyal of Nazarick to Momonga (as his creation), a long-time ally who is allowed to freely voice his concerns over Momonga's plans, and one of the level 100 NPCs, like the Floor Guardians and Sebas. His ability to copy the abilities of Supreme Beings with roughly 80% of their original power makes him, to Momonga, a trump card.
  • Money Fetish: He really, really enjoys his job in the treasury. It's to the point that he has to beg Ainz to give him a little "personal time" with Nazarick's magical items after he's been away for a bit. Ainz originally gave him this quirk to explain why he doesn't mind being alone in the treasury for years, but upon becoming sentient it evolved into more of an actual obsession.
  • Morphic Resonance: In the Ple-Ple-Pleiades specials, he transforms into an ordinary housecat, but still has a hat, a necktie, and three tiny holes instead of normal facial features. Nobody considers this odd either. In canon, his transformations are mostly flawless from a physical standpoint, so this seems to be purely for Rule of Funny.
  • No Indoor Voice: Will regularly break into SHOUTING IN FRONT OF PEOPLE LOOKING HIM RIGHT IN THE FACE just to make things sound more exciting and epic.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: Large Ham personality aside, his diverse job levels make him an intellectual equal to Albedo and Demiurge. It's also implied he figured out Momonga is not infallible and omnipotent, but keeps it secret as this does not diminish the Undying Loyalty he has for the creator who he sees as a father.
  • Old Shame: In-Universe as Momonga's creation. Momonga was going through a Chuunibyou phase when he created him, and as a result Pandora's Actor looks ridiculous(ly awesome, at least to past-Momonga). However, while he's incredibly embarrassed by Pandora Actor's hamminess and bad German to the point where he has to beg the doppelganger to please stop, he still thinks the uniform is cool.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Played for Laughs. When disguised as a cat, he still has his trademark hat and the same coloration. This is despite the fact that, as a high level Doppelgänger, his disguises can be utterly perfect.
  • Plucky Comic Relief: He often plays this role for Ainz's amusement.
  • Psycho Supporter: Ironically, it's his loyalty to Momonga and him alone that could turn him into one. Albedo has invited him into her conspiracy to potentially kill any Supreme Beings that show up in the New World. Since Pandora's Actor takes orders from none but Momonga himself (who isn't aware of the whole thing), no one could stop him from butchering all of Momonga's best friends... for his own good, of course.
  • Power Copying: As a high-level Doppelgänger, he can transform into a target to copy 90% of their abilities if they're below level 60, and 80% of their abilities if they're above that. Being able to pull this on enemies is less important than the fact that he's capable of copying all of Ainz Ooal Gown's guild members. Even at 80% of their full power, the power disparity between that and the New World, plus the versatility of being able to switch between 41 distinct combat styles makes him a force to be feared.
  • Put on a Bus: In a manner of speaking. Until about volume nine he wasn't given much to do and after that he started working as Ainz's body double. While useful, this seems to be mostly about keeping him out of the way since he's one of the more versatile and powerful guardians. More importantly, he actually asks what Ainz means by his orders and therefore doesn't make wacky mistakes like committing genocide.
  • Putting on the Reich: His appearance, besides the faceless Doppelganger head, consists of a very Nazi-esque military uniform with an overcoat. Of course, this is based on a "chuunibyou" Momonga's impression of cool evilness.
    • The light novels say his costume resembles a type of Neo Nazi that fought in a future war twenty years before the series.
  • Red Baron: "Ever Changing Man Without A Face".
  • Shapeshifter Default Form: He generally remains in his doppelganger true form when carrying out mundane tasks.
  • Telepathy: As a Doppelgänger, he has the ability to read surface level thoughts of those he's speaking with to see how they expect or want him to respond. Despite this... he rarely deviates from his Large Ham routine.
  • Undying Loyalty: While everyone in Nazarick is loyal to the Supreme Beings, they are most loyal to their creator. Since Pandora is Ainz's creation, there is no possibility of divided loyalty if another Supreme Being shows up.
  • Utility Party Member: In his default form. Since the only thing he needs in combat is his racial power to shapeshift, his job levels are mostly utility skills like "Craftsman" or "Expert".
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: He can assume the form of anyone he's seen, including Ainz.
  • "Well Done, Son" Guy: The creatures of Nazarick view their specific creator as a combination of parental figure and infallible deity. Pandora is equally proud and overjoyed that his own still remains with them, and finds no greater happiness than having the opportunity to call Ainz, "father," in private. To be praised by him is to him something beyond what words can describe.
  • You Are Better Than You Think You Are: Ainz tells Pandora's Actor that he should aim higher and surpass him. Pandora is clearly pressured by this request, but nonetheless hopes he can make Ainz proud.


Voiced by: Hiroshi Kamiya (Japanese), John Swasey (English), Jorge Maddox (Latin American Spanish)

An Area Guardian whose domain, the Black Capsule, resides on the Second Floor of the Great Tomb of Nazarick. He has the appearance of a one-foot-tall humanoid cockroach dressed in royal attire. Created by Luci★Fer, he is an Insectoid in charge of torturing Nazarick Prisoners like Neuronist.

  • Berserk Button: While not openly hostile to each other, he dislikes and fears Entoma Vasilissa Zeta, whom he calls "Predator of Family" because she regularly eats his cockroaches.
  • Big Creepy-Crawlies: He's a giant cockcroach in royal garb who spreaks in a gentlemanly voice with extra echo effects. Some of his cockcroaches are also a feet tall.
  • Creepy Cockroach: Resembles a giant cockroach and commands a swarm of roaches ranging in size from a few centimeters to a meter.
  • The Dreaded:
    • He and his children are feared by most of the females in Nazarick. Even his direct superiors, Albedo and Shalltear, find themselves wanting to stay as far away from the Black Capsule as possible. Only Entoma isn't disturbed because she's a predatory spider.
    • He's also this in real life (aka Satoru's former world back in his YGGDRASIL days). There was a post in the In-Universe equivalent of 2channel made by players who invaded Nazarick that commented how horrible his lair is. It's so insane that there are players who hurriedly logged out upon seeing him and his bed of cockroaches.
  • Faux Affably Evil: In volume 7, he politely greets two members of Worker team Heavy Masher when they are trapped in his lair and thanks them for some reason. When the leader of Heavy Masher tries to negotiate with him, Kyouhukou politely refuses and clarifies that he was thanking them for giving his swarm of cockroaches something to eat other than each other. Seeing the leader desperately struggle against the hopeless odds, Kyouhukou "rewards" his valiant efforts with more roaches. Strangely, his alignment is at -10, which is close to True Neutralinvoked, barely on the side of evil (it takes -100 to even qualify for Neutral-Evil). By Nazarick standards, he is a really nice guy. The "faux" part might stem from Blue-and-Orange Morality.
  • Flunky Boss: Attacks by summoning cockroach minions.
  • Insectoid Alien: He's a giant cockroach with the ability to speak.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: His name means "Duke of Terror" in Japanese.
  • Nausea Fuelinvoked: In-Universe example. Apparently, his residence is so disturbing, that there are people in YGGDRASIL who invaded Nazarick get so disgusted that they logged out instantly when they stepped into it, and there's an entire thread complaining about how ridiculous it is.
  • Red Baron: "Five Worst: Worst Residence". He earned it, given even people out of the New World are disgusted by the Black Capsule.
  • Requisite Royal Regalia: Wears a royal cape, scepter and crown as king of the roaches.
  • Torture Technician: Sometimes, Nazarick sends people they caught to him instead of Neuronist.
  • Vocal Dissonance: Despite being a giant cockroach in a royal cape, scepter and crown, he speaks in a voice of a typical Japanese young man, just with extra echo effects.

The Area Guardian of the Large Hole on the Sixth Floor of the Great Tomb of Nazarick.

The Area Guardian of the River of Flame on the Seventh Floor of the Great Tomb of Nazarick. It is a level 90 hell slime and its creator is unknown.
  • Beef Gate: Despite being ten levels lower than Demiurge, the Floor Guardian of the Seventh Floor, Guren is actually considered the greatest threat on the Seventh Floor thanks to being optimized purely for combat.
  • Blob Monster: A giant abyssal hell slime that looks like it's made of lava.
  • Chameleon Camouflage: As a hell slime, its body blends in perfectly with the lava in the river it guards. This plays into its tactics, as it drags opponents into the river and then attacks them while it's all but invisible.
  • Gate Guardian: When it chooses to lurk close to the entrance of the floor, Guren can be the first enemy fought on the Seventh Floor.
  • Home Field Advantage: Immune to damage by heat, with no need to breathe, and blending in seamlessly with lava, Guren has a massive advantage in the River of Flame. This becomes more prominent whenever it pulls someone in with it, as the weight of the lava immobilizes them even as the heat damages them, making them easy pickings. Guren is explicitly stated to be nearly unbeatable by normal means as a result.
  • Lethal Lava Land: Guren's hunting grounds, made more dangerous because it could be lurking in any pool of magma without anyone being the wiser and the fact that its opening move in a fight is to drag invaders into the lava with it.
  • No Biological Sex: As a slime, it's genderless.
  • Roaming Enemy: The River of Flame winds through the Seventh Floor, so while Guren is confined to it there's still an element of chance in where it will decide to attack invaders.

An Area Guardian of the Great Tomb of Nazarick. She does not guard a single specific area, but holds the unique position of guarding multiple areas scattered over multiple floors. Her creator is unknown.

The Pleiades

    In General 
The combat maid squad of the Great Tomb of Nazarick. Its members originally only served as Nazarick's last line of defense, but Ainz assigned them more tasks after the tomb was transported.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: The Pleiades are incredibly jealous of the Momon stories that Narberal Gamma tells them. Any of them would trade places with her in a heartbeat if Ainz requested it.
  • Hollywood Tone-Deaf: Their cover of the first season ending theme in Pure Pure Pleiades is quite something.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Despite all of the Pleiades appearing as beautiful women, most of them fall under this in some manner.
  • Ninja Maid: With the exception of Sebas Tian, they are all this, though none of them are actually maids. Their maid outfits are purely for aesthetic purposes, as none of them are able to do any maid duties (though Yuri alone, for some mysterious reason, has one level in Cooking).
  • Numerical Theme Naming: Sort of. Technically, the Pleiades Six Stars are "Greek Alphabet Theme Naming" but their names are ordered alphanumerically anyway by letter (Alpha, Beta, Gamma...) and ending with "Omega".
  • Quirky Miniboss Squad: They were clearly not designed as real defenders of Nazarick. Not only are they far weaker than the floor guardians that would have to be killed to reach them, the strongest of the maids, Narberal, is still only level 63, which actually puts her below some Nazarick mooks, which can be as high as level 90. Furthermore, nobody had ever reached them anyways, considering doing so means the invaders got past the viciously dreadful defensive core of Victim, Rubedo and countless other deadly monsters, and needless to say no invader had gotten past that. However, in the New World, they are at least on par with Adamantite-ranked Adventurers and their basically human appearance makes them valuable agents whereas those like Demiurge or Shalltear are obviously monsters and find it difficult to keep a low profile.
  • Weak, but Skilled: Save Sebas, the Pleiades aren't super strong, only being around the 50's in level. However, they all have incredibly unique abilities that allow them to trick their enemy or hold them off. In the New World, their abilities are still higher then the average fighter so they don't seem this way, but when facing strong enemies, their unique abilities allow them to defeat most enemies.

    Sebas Tian 

Sebas Tian
Voiced by: Shigeru Chiba (Japanese), Ed Blaylock (season 1), Bill Jenkins (season 2) (English), Víctor Covarrubias (Latin American Spanish)

"I'm not inclined to help those who choose prayer over action. They waste their lives wilting away like flowers waiting for the rain to sustain them."

The Head Butler of the Great Tomb of Nazarick. Though he works alongside Albedo to carry out Momonga's plans, Sebas is not a Floor Guardian and independent of her chain of command. With a legion of butlers as subordinates, he is Nazarick's majordomo, protecting and maintaining the innermost sanctum of the Great Tomb: the living quarters of the Supreme Beings. For this reason, he typically has leadership authority over The Pleiades and 41 Homunculus Maids. Created by Touch Me, he is a dragonoid with overwhelming melee damage, intended to be the Great Tomb's penultimate boss and Hold the Line for the Supreme Beings to make a Final Boss Last Stand in the throne room.

  • Absurdly Sharp Blade: With his bare hands! In the anime, he decapitated Edström with nothing but a swipe of his hand.
  • Achievements in Ignorance: He never expected Tuare being in the mansion defended by four of the Six Arms; even he thought she was inside the prison cell and tasked Climb and Brain to save her. Turns out Tuare was actually right inside the more heavily-guarded mansion, while the one in the Jail Cell was actually Succulent in maid clothes. Had he went for the other way around, the other four would make very short work of Climb and Brain (contrary to when they faced Succulent and Zero, at which Climb can defeat the former and Brain can hold his fort against the latter) and the mission will likely not succeed without both human warriors dying.
  • Adaptational Attractiveness: In his initial appearance in the manga, Sebas' looks are something of a joke, as he's verging on elderly and has impressively long facial hair. In the show he's taller, somewhat younger, has an athletic build, and sports shorter, more dignified facial hair. Overall, it makes him reasonably attractive.
  • Almighty Janitor: He's the head butler for the tomb, and doesn't really do much else when not working. That said he's on par with the Floor Guardian's in power, and essentially is one in design. His status as this trope was also intentional by his creator: as the penultimate boss designed to Hold the Line, he's supposed to seem unassuming so that he can catch his enemies off guard and try to stop the invaders if possible from reaching the Supreme Beings.
  • Ambiguously Human: For a long time, his exact race is not mentioned and is in fact left a secret even on his character profile.
  • Armor Is Useless: Unlike Albedo (who switches into platemail when she fights), Shalltear (who likewise uses heavy plate when she fights seriously), and Cocytus (who has natural armor), Sebas is never seen wearing anything but his butler uniform to battle. It makes sense given his fighting style. Sebas strikes and moves at speeds that defy the human eye, any kind of armor would only serve to impede his movements and slow him down.
  • Assassin Outclassin': Mows through the entirety of the Eight Fingers assassins in 20 seconds.
  • Badass Boast: He gives one to the Six Arms members who were facing him.
    All of you come at me at once. Do so, and you may last 10 seconds.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: The Guardians specifically note that he's the strongest of Nazarick's defenders in the light novel which makes them incredibly nervous when Momonga sent him on recon at the start of the story.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: Lampshaded. Brain specifically calls him one.
  • Battle Aura: Able to project a dark aura that inflicts crippling fear on those who have a weak will. He mentions that people sometimes die outright from it, just because they are so certain they will die that they stop holding onto life.
  • Battle Butler: His primary role in and out of Nazarick.
  • Berserk Button: Just like the Guardians, anything that he considers an insult, attack or offense towards the name of Ainz Ooal Gown or Momonga is sure to piss him off. One such example is a Six Arms elite who called himself the "Undead King", a moniker ran by Ainz. Sebas promptly annihilates him first before he can even attack.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Just like Touch Me, he has a tendency to save downtrodden people when they're at their worst. He first saves Tuare from a man before killing the corrupt patrol who enslaved her, and does it a second time when the Six Arms kidnap her anyway. Also when Brain was having trouble with Zero, he suddenly shows up with (the real) Tuare and spares Brain and Climb time by killing the muscle-bound monk in one shot.
  • Blade Catch: Is a master of these with just his index finger and his thumb.
  • Blank Slate: According to Maruyama, Touch Me never wrote anything in his personality settings when he created him. As a result, when he was transferred to the New World his personality is based almost entirely on Touch Me's.
  • Blatant Lies: After literally curbstomping Zero in volume 6 (after taking no damage from Zero's ultimate blow), he remarked that he was "a tiny bit stronger". Brain, Climb, their rogue companion, and even Tuare realized he was lying his ass off but didn't call him out on it.
  • Chick Magnet: It's stated that nine out of ten women he runs into, regardless of age, start crushing on him at least a little.
  • Eyepatch of Power: Not quite, but the first season of the anime had his right eye blacked out, implying he lost it. This was done away with in the second season.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: When he unleashes his Battle Aura, his pupils start glowing red.
  • Good Is Not Soft: He will help those in need, but only those he believes deserve it, and he was willing to take the risk of killing Climb with sheer fright by training his resolve (although he does warn him beforehand and Climb agrees to it). The only reason he helped Tuare was specifically because she had the will to live, otherwise would have not stepped in to help. And of course, if for any reason Sebas has deemed the world would be better off without you or you get in the way of Ainz's mission, you are already dead.
  • Hypocrite: Despises those who pick on the weak and are in general disgusting people. Even though the "people" he works with are just like that and some are even worse. While he hates Demiurge for his sadistic pleasure at hurting humans, he never makes any objections toward the other Nazarick denizens nor Ainz despite their wanton cruelty and and mass murders, although the latter is justified since he is just as loyal towards the undead as anybody else in Nazarick. And well, he would probably not last much alive in Nazarick if he attempted to object to Ainz's villainous actions.
  • If You're So Evil, Eat This Kitten!: Concerned that caring for Tuare would compromise his loyalty to Nazarick, Ainz orders Sebas to kill her. Though saddened by the declaration, Sebas goes for the killing blow... only to be stopped by Cocytus who then confirmed that the blow would have been lethal if it connected. Pleased with the proof of loyalty, Ainz grants leave for Tuare to become part of Nazarick.
  • Ignored Expert: He questions the wisdom of using Shalltear on a mission requiring discretion and precision, which she finds insulting almost to the point of trying to kill him because this implies a lack of belief in Ainz's judgment. However, he turns out to be entirely correct: Her Blood Frenzy really does cause the mission to become a complete and utter failure.
  • Irrational Hatred: He doesn't much like how evil some of the residents of Nazarick are, but accepts them as comrades and can even get along well with the likes of Shalltear. However, he despises Demiurge and isn't really sure why. The only one who knows why the two don't get along is Ainz, who realizes that the gaps in the NPCs' personalities are filled in by inheriting traits of their creators. Touch Me and Ulbert, their respective creators, had a fight in real life that was bad enough to cause them to both quit.
  • Jack of All Stats: While he's not as well-rounded as Shalltear or Mare (since both his mana and his magic attack are awful), he serves this role among the three main level 100 physical fighters of the Great Tomb (excluding Rubedo and Gargantua). Cocytus, with his massive physical attack and offensive ice magic, but underwhelming armor, is the Glass Cannon, while Albedo is the Stone Wall, with awe-inspiring defenses from both might and magic, many defensive skills and armor that can easily shrug off powerful spells, but only decent attack and almost no offensive abilities. Sebas, on his end, boasts a good mix of both offense and defense.
  • Killing Intent: In volume 5 he projects an extremely powerful one at Climb and Brain to test their resolve. Climb finds the strength to stand up while thinking of Princess Renner. The otherwise stronger Brain, who had thrown away everything due to his desire to be strong, was left paralyzed with fear.
  • Lightning Bruiser: If he goes all out on offense, not even the highest defensive builds can withstand his attacks.
  • Man of Wealth and Taste: Sebas is perhaps one of the most cultured and refined of Nazarick's denizens.
  • Mind Control: By touching the forehead of a person with his palm, he can bend them to his will by using a skill called "Hand Of The Puppeteer".
  • Noble Demon: He is one of the few who actually respects humans and treats them well, at least when it's not a case of Humans Are Bastards. For this reason, the other members of Nazarick believe that Sebas Tian suffers from Chronic Hero Syndrome, a holdover from his creator, Touch Me. He himself wonders why he acts like this at times, unsure of whether it is a curse impeding his duties or not. This can also be noted in his fighting style - except for people who really deserve a painful death like Staffan Heivish, Sebas's standard method of killing a person is to aim for the head. This will end with him either cutting off or blowing off the target's head. Either way, the target dies instantly, without any chance to feel pain. This stands in stark contrast to, say, Demiurge, Albedo, and Shalltear (all have very negative karma ratings), who revel in sadistic joy as they painfully kill (if not outright torture) their targets.
  • One-Man Army: Single-handedly destroyed the entirety of the top Six Arms enforcers, and their subordinates (with the exception of Succulent who fell to Climb) in 20 seconds. He would have been through quicker except that Peshurian shouted out a very dangerous technique name very similar to something his creator, Touch Me, used to have.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: His true form is never shown, but is apparently draconic.
  • Pet the Dog: His rescue and care of the discarded prostitute Tuare was motivated almost entirely by his compassion. If able, he will always come to the aid of the weak, helpless, and abused. However, his sense of justice is rather draconian; he mentions that he would not save someone who merely hoped another would come along to aid them. The reason he protected Tuare, was because she had the will to survive.
  • Powers via Weapon: A group of assassins thinks this is the case with Sebas (who just one-hit-killed one of their number empty-handed), one of them stealing his gloves and claiming that he's powerless without them. Sebas shows them that no, the gloves were purely ornamental as he slaughters them in seconds.
  • Red Baron :"Butler Of Steel"
  • Silver Fox: Sebas gains many female admirers during his stay in Re-Estize, despite looking like a somewhat elderly gentleman. Tuare becomes particularly smitten with him. Granted, he's technically younger than most if not all of them, though it doesn't seem that anybody is particularly aware of this.
  • Stronger Than They Look: Actively used to the Six Arms' detriment by the narrative in the Men in the Kingdom arc. Staffan believes that he's just a butler who can be freely extorted for money. Sebas pays him by paving his brothel a bloodbath. In a similar vein, four of the Six Arms believe the same thing and got annihilated. Only Zero considered taking him seriously, but he's still no match for a level 100 Humanoid Abomination.
  • Stupid Good: While he is not stupid by any means, his humanitarian attitude does not align itself all that well with Nazarick's general hatred and contempt towards humanity. He is fully aware of this and even muses that his urge to help those in need is something of a curse.
  • Supernatural Martial Arts: His character classes are all devoted to excel at this.
  • Tactical Rock–Paper–Scissors: Among the top melee fighters in Nazarick, he would defeat Cocytus but lose to Albedo (though he'd win in his transformed state).
  • They Look Just Like Everyone Else!: He just looks like a harmless human butler, but he's actually a level 100 Dragonoid Humanoid Abomination. This is why the Six Arms have absolutely no idea what's going on until it's too late, since his unremarkable appearance made them think that he was just a rich guy they can easily prey on.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: He really doesn't like Demiurge. Sebas isn't sure why Demiurge pisses him off so much, since Sebas is able to get along with Shalltear, who also has her share of depraved hobbies.
  • Token Good Teammate: Deconstructed. Sebas might be the most honorable, nice, respectful and moral person in Nazarick, having the biggest positive karma rating of 300+. However, his goodness does NOT align with the other evil and racist denizens of Nazarick, let alone their sadism and cruelty. Better exemplified with his relationship with Solution, one of the maids at his service, who immediately assumes he is under control of someone when he does something as normal and altruistic such as saving Tuare, and his bad relationship with Demiurge. It has been pointed out that this heroic behavior is not well viewed by Nazarick, and while Sebas is mostly heroic, in the end he is still completely loyal to Ainz and has the same overreaction of everyone under his rule, which is to be in extreme wrath or murder anybody who "insults" him. Really, Sebas is in the wrong place for being a heroic character.
  • Tranquil Fury: Is truly a master at this. He can be absolutely enraged without showing any emotion on his face or voice, but if he gets his hands on the irritant, and is confident about dealing with the consequences...
  • Underestimating Badassery: Not him, but during Chapter 5, there are many low-life criminals who thinks he's just a rich butler with no superpowers whatsoever and proceed to call him an old man who has no business in their affairs. Unfortunately for them, he's not a "rich old butler", but a Humanoid Abomination that looks like one. They quickly learn what Do Not Taunt Cthulhu means with their lives.
  • Undying Loyalty: To his creator Touch Me. As loyal as he is to Nazarick and Ainz, his thoughts in volume 5 reveal that if he had to choose between Ainz and Touch Me, he would side with Touch Me in a heartbeat.
  • Unscrupulous Hero: Almost unique among the important Nazarick NPCs in that he believes in helping people with no thought for the benefits or rewards, but his idea of how to act on his sense of justice is extremely merciless and includes killing people who have surrendered to him and can't fight back, the unconscious and will gladly Pay Evil unto Evil when he finds someone particularly scummy. However he only does this to people he find utterly and unrepentantly evil, most lesser thugs he will merely render unconscious and allow the Kingdom's authorities to deal with.
  • Younger Than They Look: He was created to look like an elderly gentleman. While he has the mindset and wisdom of one, the Light Novel notes that he is technically younger than Climb.
  • Your Head Asplode: When Sebas goes for a killing blow, he aims for the head. When his target is weak enough to die from that blow, well...

    Yuri Alpha 

Yuri Alpha

Voiced by: Hiromi Igarashi (Japanese), Whitney Rodgers (English), Mireya Jáurez (Latin American Spanish)

The vice-captain of the "Pleiades Six Stars", the battle maid squad of the Great Tomb of Nazarick. She is a dullahan and, as such, is one of the undead. Her head is kept in place by the collar she wears. Unlike most residents of Nazarick, she actually possesses a positive morality score and feels somewhat uncomfortable around her 'little sisters' when they are being particularly sadistic.

  • Bare-Fisted Monk: Yuri's classes are stated to be "Vanguard" and "Striker" with her weapons being heavy gauntlets. We get to see her in action in Volume 6 against Evileye.
  • Bokukko: Yuri uses "boku (ボク)" as a first person pronoun when speaking in private, revealing a somewhat childish nature.
  • Generation Xerox: Yuri's appearance, fighting style and armaments are all modeled off her creator Yamaiko.
  • Headless Horseman: She is a dullahan.
  • Hot Teacher: Yuri often has this look which is modeled off her creator Yamaiko, who was a teacher in real life. She has the personality of a teacher too, lampshaded when Mare calls her a mean teacher (which she takes as a complement) in the 2nd drama CD.
  • House Fey: Being a Dullahan, she's the only one of the maids who could be considered a type of fairy.
  • Noodle Incident: She took part in an experiment conducted by Albedo to determine the range of emotions intellectual undead possessed. However an incident with Shalltear occurred that started a fight between the vampire and succubus. In the end the experiment was a failure and caused a mess that Albedo was ordered (presumably by Ainz) to cleanup with a mop. Apparently Demiurge was a neutral observer of the entire fiasco.
  • Onee-sama: The battle maids consider themselves familial sisters, despite being different creatures, and Yuri is regarded as the eldest and wisest. When the battle maids have an argument or need discipline, she is the one they turn to for advice.
  • Red Baron: "Big Sister of the Battle Maids"
  • Our Zombies Are Different: She has 10 racial levels as a Zombie and 1 level as a Dullahan.
  • Unexpected Virgin: She's been asked for romantic advice, but according to Lupusregina has zero experience in relationships.

    Lupusregina Beta 

Lupusregina Beta
Lupus Regina・β
Voiced by: Mikako Komatsu (Japanese), Alexis Tipton (English), Monserrat Pérez (Latin American Spanish)

A member of the "Pleiades Six Stars", the battle maid squad of the Great Tomb of Nazarick. She is a werewolf cleric noted for her beauty. She is stationed inside Carne Village as an emissary and spy of sorts, frequently tailing people who cannot detect her presence.. While superficially energetic and fond of teasing, she's actually quite cruel and sadistic, which most of the villagers have picked up on.

  • All in the Manual: In the Mass for the Dead mobile game, Beast King Mekongawa is listed as Lupusregina's creator.
  • Bilingual Bonus: Her name literally translates to "Wolf Queen, Beta" and transliterates to "Queen of the Wolves, Beta."
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: A more benevolent example than the rest. The Goblin Troop, Enri, and even Nemu, maybe all of Carne Village are well aware that her "nice" persona is just an act. Many fear her, though Enri also has a good deal of respect for her. That said, she doesn't actually show it unless someone deserves it or pisses her (or Ainz) off.
  • Bruiser with a Soft Center: Invoked and Averted. She befriends a young girl in Carne Village, though this is just a ploy to get closer to the humans there.
  • Cheshire Cat Grin: Her evil grin is described as looking as a cat from storybooks.
  • Cute and Psycho: Enri notes that she comes across as this in Volume 8. Most of Carne Village just rolls with it, and wisely leaves her alone.
  • Didn't See That Coming: Much like Ainz and Enri, she becomes legitimately surprised at the arrival of the 5000 goblin army under Enri's command.
  • Even the Girls Want Her: She's described as being quite gorgeous to the point that even Enri is sometimes flustered around her.
  • Genki Girl: Her portrayal in the Pleiades specials. The other Pleiades insist this image of hers is a sham though.
  • Good Powers, Bad People: She's a cleric with healing magic, but her epithet is "Sadist Who Wears a Smiling Mask" for a reason.
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: The closest thing she has to a redeeming feature is the fact that she will happily put aside her sadistic tendencies in favor of engaging in erotic acts that are safe, consensual, and sane. At Enri's request, she happily teaches the latter how to sexually please her husband, Nfirea, and he is shown to be quite content with the results.
  • Meaningful Name: "Lupus" is Latin for "wolf." Her name literally translates to "Wolf Queen, Beta" or "Queen of the Wolves, Beta."
  • Must Be Invited: She generally won't enter a dwelling unless she's been invited to do so. It's not that she can't, but she offhandedly mentions that like Shalltear her species isn't really supposed to do so and thus has issues with the idea.
  • Our Werewolves Are Different: She has five levels in the racial werewolf class, but apart from sharing a reluctance to enter buildings uninvited it's not entirely clear what abilities this grants her.
  • Red Baron: "Sadist Who Wears a Smiling Mask"
  • Right Behind You: Invoked. She loves doing this to people. Especially to Enri.
  • Shipper on Deck: According to Narberal, Lupusregina also supports Albedo’s love for Ainz.
  • There Is No Kill Like Overkill: Discussed. Lupusregina Beta uses goblin redcap summons from the library of Nazarick on Barbro's army, under Ainz's orders because Prince Barbro used flaming arrows on Carne Village. Given a choice, she would have preferred not to, however, because the goblins are level 43, and she thought the "battle" would be over far too quickly for her to enjoy it. She, at least enjoyed herself with Barbro for 30 minutes.
  • Torture Technician: Her ability to heal her targets also comes in handy when she wants to play with her prey a little longer. Shown in the "Pleiades vs Clementine" shorts where she mangles Clementine with her claws, heals her, and immediately resumes mangling her with her claws some more.
  • Verbal Tic: Ends her sentences with "~su!". The overall effect is that she sounds casual and silly, which makes it even more unsettling when she announces Barbro is going to die in this manner. When she's really feeling it however, her voice lowers a hitch and she drops the tic entirely.
  • White Mage: Lupusregina's class is cleric and she notes that she can heal herself if the injuries are not too severe.

    Narberal Gamma 

Narberal Gamma
Voiced by: Manami Numakura (Japanese), Anastasia Muñoz (English), Camila Vázquez (Latin American Spanish)

The strongest member of the "Pleiades Six Stars", the battle maid squad of the Great Tomb of Nazarick. She is a doppelganger of the wizard class, but because she only possesses one level in the racial class she is essentially limited to a single humanoid form of surpassing beauty and slightly odd fingers. While most of the Pleiades are just as evil as she is, they can at least feign normal social etiquette while Nabe generally refuses to even learn human names.

She works as a magic caster assistant called "Nabe" to Ainz when he is masquerading as an adventurer, which turns out to have been a regrettable choice on his part.

  • AcCENT upon the Wrong SylLABle: Whenever she says "Momon-san", she ends up stressing "saaa~" in the "-san" honorific as she corrects herself for a full beat to stop saying "-sama" instead. Ainz has given up trying to correct it and tries to pass it off as a peculiar dialect she has.
  • Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: Brunette, usually stoic, and usually doesn't get along with others.
  • Blood Knight: It's a problem Ainz has her working through, but the first solution she has to any problem is violence. She's also noted to be particularly bloodthirsty among the Pleiades.
  • Cannot Keep a Secret: When questioned by Lukrut on if she and "Momon" are in a relationship, she desperately blurts out that he already has "Lady Albedo" as his love, resulting in Nfirea putting the pieces together that he's secretly Ainz.
  • Changing Clothes Is a Free Action: Has a quick change crystal built into her robe that instantly let's her change her outfit.
  • The Comically Serious: Her duty as "Momon's" companion puts her into contact with people and the daily life of the regular citizen, both things that she has poor skills with, sometimes with humorous results.
  • Compliment Backfire: Enri gasps at how beautiful she is, which she takes as flattery from a mere human insect. However, when Enri compares her to Lupusregina Beta, someone "Nabe" shouldn't know, she accepts the compliment as genuine and thanks her.
  • The Ditz: Thanks to her aloof nature and martial competence (as well as the pair's strangeness in general), onlookers are remarkably bad at noticing just how scatterbrained and socially clueless she really is. She mistakes an incoming job offer as an assassination attempt.
  • Glamour Failure: Dopplegangers are apparently incapable of transforming their fingers away from their true form. Not only are they long and unnatural looking, she only has three of them. She hides this with a pair of gloves. They may be magical given that gloves would not only be incapable of hiding how long the fingers were but also that she only has three.
  • Hammerspace: When she uses her quick change crystal, her robe is put "away" into space.
  • Hey, You!: The only Pleiades to explicitly state that she doesn't bother knowing human names because she thinks it's far beneath her to make the effort to address insects. When she's forced to converse with people, she only uses "you" or something similar. She's even surprised that her fellow Pleiades comrades, even those that eat humans, actually put the effort to learn the names of humans they interact with.
  • Humans Are Insects: This is a pretty common mindset among Nazarick denizens. Narberal goes so far as to refer to humans as insects even when speaking to them. Among other things, she's called humans planarians, mosquitoes (doubly amusing since said person was actually a vampire and Narberal wasn't even aware of it), gnats, etc. and has never once referred to a human by their name. Even the other members of the Pleaides, including the ones who eat humans, have better social skills.
  • I Am Not Left-Handed: She's only uses Tier 3 spells when masquerading as an adventurer since she has to keep up appearances to not stand out too much. Once she has to deal with two Skeletal Dragons that are completely immune to Tier 6 or below magic, Ainz gave her the order to finish the fight quick and it's certain that nobody will see her true identity and come out alive, she instantly moves into business and casts a tier 7 spell to obliterate both Zombie Dragons and Khajiit.
  • Magic Knight: Her true fighting style (as opposed to her adventuring-style Squishy Wizard appearance). She has 10 levels in "War Wizard" and "Armored Mage" each. That said, she greatly favours magic, having over twice as much Magic attack as physical.
  • Mistaken for Romance: People quickly come to the conclusion that Nabe is Momon's lover. While a bit embarrassing, Momon and Nabe don't do much to dissuade the rumors since it makes it easier to get privacy.
  • Murder Is the Best Solution: Advocates this when with Momon, a tendency he has worked hard to wean her off.
  • The Needless: Has a ring that eliminates the need to eat or drink. She has this so she doesn't have to worry about being poisoned but it comes in handy when Ainz has no New World money to buy her food.
  • Psycho Sidekick: To Momon. At least Momon tries to appear as a heroic individual but Nabe is routinely acerbic and contemptuous of just about everyone. Not to mention that she sees absolutely no value in human life and Ainz must constantly remind her not to kill wantonly. It turns out that the other maids blend in much better than her and don't hate humans quite as much, but alas, she's already solidly established as Momon's partner by this point.
  • Red Baron: "Inflexible Battle Maid". Her human guise Nabe gains the unofficial nickname "Beautiful Princess" since the first thing everyone notices about her is her astonishing beauty.
  • Shapeshifter Default Form: She prefers to remain in her Raven Hair, Ivory Skin appearance at all times, as opposed to her doppelganger true form like Pandora's Actor. She can not transform into anything else due to her levels being in job classes.
    • Yuri Alpha noticed when Narberal is relaxing alone or with her sisters, her eyes go void and jaw drops into a gaping position. It immediately reminded her of Pandora's Actor default expression.
  • Shapeshifting: The reason Momon chose her as his companion. Narberal is actually a doppelganger capable of resembling any humanoid creature.
  • Shipper on Deck: She pointedly reminds Momon that Albedo is there for him (rather than Shalltear). Amusingly her throwaway comment about Albedo in human company leads to Nfirea discovering Momon's other identity as the magic caster who saved Carne Village.
  • Shock and Awe: Her favorite spells involve lightning, and she is an elementalist of air.
  • Smug Super: The strongest Pleiade barring Aureole Omega, one of the most evil (tied with Solution), and by very far the most overtly arrogant and scornful. See her face in this illustration, looking like she's just seen a very filthy cockroach crawling all over some clean dishes? This is her default face for interacting with humans. Solution is equally cruel, but she is at least able to fake humanity a bit better.
  • Super-Strength: She's strong enough to block and push back a blow from a much-larger skeletal dragon. And physical attack is actually her weakest stat.
  • Tsundere: A simultaneously dark and hilarious subversion. No matter how many times she makes death threats towards him and calls him various insect names in response to his declarations of love, the adventurer Lukeluther/Lukrut remains convinced that she is just playing hard to get. She is not. She genuinely despises humanity and would have blasted him into oblivion at the first possible occasion were it not for Momon forbidding her from killing humans left and right.
  • Willfully Weak: When adventuring as Nabe with Momon, she pretends to be a Magic Caster who can use third-tier magic. This still makes her very powerful by New World standards. With her actual strength, she can actually use magic up to seventh tier, at the very least. If the web shorts are canon, she's even capable of casting eighth-tier magic.

    CZ2128 Delta/Shizu 

CZ2128 Delta/Shizu
Voiced by: Asami Seto (Japanese), Michelle Rojas (English), Dayana Santiaguillo (Latin American Spanish)

A member of the "Pleiades Six Stars", the battle maid squad of the Great Tomb of Nazarick. She is basically a Robot Girl, despite how much this clashed with the setting of YGGDRASIL. She is the second of the maids to possess a decent sense of morality, though this doesn't show much thanks to both her loyalty and being designed to be impossible to read.

  • Affectionate Nickname: Shizu. Justified, given that "CZ2128" is hellish to both remember and pronounce.
  • Berserk Button: She and Entoma argue and roughhouse over who is the younger sister, despite being (more or less) numbered. The pair are annoyed at not knowing who is senior and remains a sensitive topic between them. They've even gone so far to petition Ainz for a final ruling, but he felt it would be wrong to make such a decision on his own without input from their creators.
  • Big Eater: In the Pleiades special set after the second drama cd she enjoys a very sweet drink that has enough calories to last a normal human a full day.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: Part of her design, Shizu has a very poor sense of rhythm.
  • A Day in the Limelight: She and Yuri have the least focus of any of the maids, but she gets to have a pretty prominent role in the OVAs.
    • Shizu also gets a lot of focus in the latter half of Light Novel Volume 13 including making her first friend outside of Nazarick.
  • Emotionless Girl: Downplayed. She's designed to be unable to express her emotions, despite still having a full (hard to notice) range of them. Volume 13 for instance has her demonstrate pride over being one of Ainz's subordinates, anger over Neia's fear Ainz could actually be dead, protectiveness of her equipment, disgust when covered in meat, friendliness with Neia as a "junior" Ainz worshiper, sadness that Neia doesn't want one of her stickers, and so on. Albeit in a very monotone, single facial expression kind of way.
  • Glass Cannon: She has a crapton of attack power (the highest of the Pleiades despite being the lowest level among them), but the physical durability of toilet paper despite her armored dress. She has competent defense (again, for her level) on the magical side of things, though.
  • The Gunslinger: Her class is given as "Automaton Gunner" in the Pleiades specials.
  • Mage Killer: Was clearly designed for this, as a Long-Range Fighter who sacrifices Physical Defense and Magical offence for outstanding Physical Attack and solid Magical Defense. Additionally, one of her attacks apparently seals a target's magic.
  • Min-Maxing: Despite being the lowest-leveled member of the Pleiades (a mere lvl 46) she boasts the highest raw Physical Attack stat by far, roughly ties for the second highest Agility stat, and has Magical Defense superior to Yuri and Entoma, who are 5 levels above her. All of that comes at the cost of poor Physical Defense and near-nonexistent Magical Attack, neither or which are especially useful for a gunslinger specialized in long-range combat.
  • Red Baron: "Sneak Attack Maid"
  • Ridiculously Human Robots: She is not as emotionless as she appears at first, and is capable of doing most of the things a human could. Ainz apparently even experimented with memory-tampering spells on her, which seems odd considering that, as a machine, she should have immunity to all mind-related spells just like The Undead do. Knowing Maruyama's propensity for basing his lore on Dungeons & Dragons, it seems likely that the automaton race functions more like the magitek Warforged of Eberron than any conventional robot.
  • Robot Girl: Shizu's design not only is that of a robot girl but she carries incongruous science fiction style guns.
  • Scarf of Asskicking: A Legendary-quality camo-pattern scarf that gives Shizu access to some stealth and ambush spells. It not only shows her status as an asskicker, but also actively increases her capacity to kick ass.
  • Stealth Expert: If her title of "Sneak Attack Maid" is anything to go by, she is specialized in sneaky assassination. Her scarf, mentioned above, helps her with this.
  • Trap Master: While Aureole Omega is the primary one among the Pleiades, Shizu has very good knowledge of the various security systems of Nazarick due to her player being one of those who designed them.

    Solution Epsilon 

Solution Epsilon
Voiced by: Ayane Sakura (Japanese), Mallorie Rodak (English), Yanelly Sandoval (Latin American Spanish)

Created by Herohero, Solution is a member of the "Pleiades Six Stars", the battle maid squad of the Great Tomb of Nazarick. She is a man eating Predator Slime of the assassin class and perhaps the most evil of the Pleiades. She is stationed in the city with Sebas Tian on an information gathering mission by Ainz. Due to her morality differing immensely from that of her boss, the two easily come into conflict when not on duty.

  • Bizarre Alien Biology: She can pick and choose which parts of her "meal" she will digest and when. Ergo, she can willingly dissolve a person while leaving his possessions alone, after swallowing him whole.
  • Blob Monster: She is actually a slime monster, but she usually takes the shape of a girl.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: Surprisingly she is one for Ainz, when it comes to his relationship with other slimes. In the Pleiades Day short story, Ainz created a Sapphire Slime named Miyoshi to help clean his body. Solution somehow learns of this and kidnaps Miyoshi so she can be his cleaning slime.
    "Why! Tell me why! I am a slime too! I can clean you better than Miyoshi-kun! Why! Why won't you let me bathe with you and lick your glorious body clean?!"
  • Combat Stilettos: In her Pleiades uniform she wears a maid dress and a pair of ornate greaves that come up only to her thighs, which have pronounced high heels.
  • Consummate Professional: When on the job, Solution remains focused on fulfilling her orders without going off mission, and in the event of an unknown variable, she will suggest asking Ainz for permission before proceeding forward. Sebas' choice to bring in Tuare without informing their superior doesn't sit right with her, and to her credit, they do end up being found by human criminals.
  • Daddy's Little Villain: She was created and programmed by Herohero, who played an Elder Black Ooze. Ainz has mentioned the NPC's tend to take behavioral traits from their creator's personalities.
  • Dull Eyes of Unhappiness: Her eyes by default lack pupils and don't reflect much light.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: While she respects Sebas, she can't understand why he rescued and took in Tuare. He tries to contextualize his decision and Tuare's continuous presence in terms Epsilon can understand, but fails; and Sebas' continued refusal to inform Ainz of her presence ("Ainz doesn't need to be bothered by this detail.") causes strain in Sebas's and Epsilon's relationship. Eventually, she comes to the mistaken conclusion Sebas must be under somebody's control the same way Shalltear was, and tells Ainz.
  • Exact Words: It's not a good idea to say you want to be "inside her." She'll swallow you whole and digest you just a little bit at a time, just to enjoy your struggles.
  • Extreme Omnivore: As a slime, there's very little she can't eat.
  • Healing Hands: Played with. While she doesn't actually heal people with her hands, she is excellent at diagnosing physical ailments and can extract poisons and some diseases by touch.
  • Honey Trap: She looks like a beautiful girl with a very well-endowed chest. She'll even let you touch... but take her up on the offer, and you will never get to touch anything ever again.
  • Hyperspace Arsenal: Downplayed. She can store all sorts of things in her body, as she can decide what she wants to digest and when.
  • Hypocrite: She was very judgmental against Sebas for keeping secrets from Ainz and following his own selfish agenda. Later she ends up pulling her own stunt after discovering the existence of Miyoshi.
  • I Am a Humanitarian: Enjoys eating humans for pleasure, as a slime they are not strictly a dietary requirement. If the Pleiades web specials are even remotely canon, she specifically enjoys the taste of their screaming.
    • Zach bore witness to the veracity of that claim. Through first hand experience.
  • Interclass Friendship: Due to similar interests, she and Shalltear often spend their free time together. As the vampire is among the highest ranking and most powerful citizens of Nazarick, Solution's association with Shalltear is not unnoticed. Solution is also one of the Pleiades who sided with "Team Shalltear" for being Ainz's wife.
  • "It" Is Dehumanizing: When Sebas brings Tuare to her for help in healing her injuries, Solution continually refers to her as "it" in contrast to Sebas using "she."
  • Magical Abortion: Just barely. She shapeshifts her hands into medical tools and performs a realistic abortion on Tuare.
  • Master Actor: Very adept at playing the role of a spoiled shallow noblewoman. Her real personality is cold and professional.
  • Nigh-Invulnerable: She's immune to physical attacks and it's a very bad idea to even try to hit her. She'll just suck you in and devour you.
  • Nightmare Face: She is a specialist of the "rape face". It has to be seen to be believed. It looks like something from a hentai gone horribly wrong. The lack of visible teeth in her horrific lewd Slasher Smile doesn't help, nor does the fact that this is often accompanied with a repugnant squelching sound due to her slimy body abruptly reconfiguring itself.
  • Ojou Ringlets: In her usual appearance. Pretty damn exaggerated when disguised as a noblewoman.
  • Red Baron: "Dissolving Cage"
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: Both on and off duty, she's not above playing up her charm and exposing her body, whether it be to appease Ainz or if it gets her victim closer.
  • Shout-Out: Her class title is "Shoggoth Assassin"
  • Slasher Smile: The face she makes in episode 10 when she thinks about eating Zach. It's a wide-open grin impossible for humans and made worse by the lack of visible teeth.
  • Slime Girl: A variant, in that she's a slime that can disguise itself as a completely human girl, at least until you touch her. She can adopt forms closer to this trope if she wishes, usually as part of her Honey Trap routine.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: With her own boss, Sebas Tian. Though it only happened because of the Tuare incident and Solution's concern that Sebas was betraying Ainz or had secretly fallen under enemy mind control like Shalltear did. Just before reporting Sebas' unusual behavior to Ainz, Solution showed hesitation in going against the butler because she always considered him a good leader. However Solution's loyalty to Ainz far exceeded that she had for Sebas.
  • Temporary Bulk Change: Played for laughs in the fourth web short special featuring the Pleiades: she eats two humans at once (and they're still alive, being slowly dissolved) and becomes grotesquely overweight. When Ainz is alarmed at her sudden Gonk appearance, he commands her to revert back to her normal beautiful form... which she does by vomiting one of them back out.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Solution is actually a Slime that assumes a humanoid form.

    Entoma Vasilissa Zeta 

Entoma Vasilissa Zeta

Voiced by: Kei Shindō (Japanese), Tia Ballard (English, Season 01—First half of Season 03), Corinne Sudberg (Second half of Season 03 onwards), Jessica Monzón (Latin American Spanish, real voice), Rose Mendoza (Latin American Spanish, Arche voice)
εντομα βασιλισσα・ζ

A member of the "Pleiades Six Stars", the battle maid squad of the Great Tomb of Nazarick. She was created by Genjiro. She is a vaguely humanoid collection of insects, which is disguised both by her clothing and a pair of insects that pretend to be her face and voice respectively. Despite being a man-eating abomination, she lacks the sadism of the likes of Solution or Lupusregina, causing Yuri Alpha to consider her a fairly neutral figure. She's also surprisingly sensitive.

  • Achilles' Heel: Because she is composed of multiple vermin, Evileye's unique spell, "Vermin Bane" can visibly damage her to the point that she can actually get killed if she gets hit by it enough times. This also makes her the only major Nazarick NPC to be visibly bested by a New World inhabitant.
  • Affably Evil: She has no compunctions about devouring human flesh, but when she's sated, she is mostly harmless unless provoked, usually prefers to avoid fighting, and can even be fairly friendly to humans. Contrast with most other inhabitants of Nazarick, who hate humans on principle and will kill them in horrific ways whenever they are given the freedom to do so.
  • Berserk Button: She's enraged when she's told that no one would want to be attended by a maid like her, creepy as she is. She knows it isn't true but she is highly offended nonetheless. She's also incredibly pissed after Evileye kills off the parasitic leech that functions as her normal voice.
    • She went absolutely nuts when her maid uniform got dirty in the fight with Gagaran, Tia, and Evileye. She was perfectly willing to walk away if Gagaran and Tia would have let her until that happened, and then she became fixated on killing and eating them.
    • She and Shizu argue and roughhouse over who is the younger sister, despite being (more or less) numbered. The pair are annoyed at not knowing who is senior and remains a sensitive topic between them. They've even gone so far to petition Ainz for a final ruling, but he felt it would be wrong to make such a decision on his own without input from their creators.
  • Big Eater: She tends to be hungry, even when she shouldn't be, and must constantly remind herself to not gouge on things to eat. Because of her Colonial Organism nature, she is feeding for an unknown number of creatures at once.
  • Bilingual Bonus: "Entoma Vasilissa" is Greek for "Insect Queen".
  • Bizarre Alien Biology: See that picture on the right? That's got nothing to do with her actual appearance. Her mouth is located in her throat, her jaw is actually a pair of mandibles and she has two additional spider-like legs concealed under her dress. Her mouth doesn't move when she speaks, because that "face" is the shell of a bug clinging over her real head and is entirely cosmetic, and that voice isn't even hers - it's produced by a leech nesting in her throat after ripping out and fusing with the lips and larynx of the voice's previous owner. Yuck.
  • Brought Down to Badass: She is notably the only one of the otherwise invincible denizens of Nazarick to have anybody from the New World pose a threat to her. She had only a small advantage in her fight against Blue Rose members Tia and Gagaran, bringing the fight to a standstill until Evileye and her insecticide spell joined in with her team. After a drawn out fight, Entoma was down for the count, and she was spared being finished off when Demiurge (in his Jaldabaoth guise) stepped in to save her.
  • Cute Monster Girl: Subverted. She sounds very cute and has an apparently pretty face, but her true form is not even truly humanoid but rather an eight legged monster that her loose clothes can barely conceal. The reason she seems to have a cute voice and pretty face is almost as horrifying as what she really sounds and looks like.
  • Dissonant Serenity: She acts completely casual about eating human limbs.
  • The Dreaded: Specifically identified as such by Kyouhukou.
  • Frozen Face: Her human face doesn't move when she speaks. Justified as it is just the shell of a bug designed to look human.
  • Flunky Boss: She uses insect summons as support and weapons. They're not particularly powerful and by the standards of Yggdrasil they'd be next to worthless, but they're effective weapons against even the strongest adventurers.
  • Game Face: When she's hit with a mid tier spell specialized in killing insects, her lip bug and face insect are both killed. We don't get a proper illustration of what she looks like, but it's said to be horrifying, and the one piece of rough concept art of her by the illustrator all but confirms this. The anime does show what she looks like under the mask, and it's... not pretty.
  • Giant Spider: Her true appearance is an Arachnoid (spider-human).
  • Hive Mind: Averted. While she uses plural pronouns ("we" and "us") to describe herself in casual conversation and is a collection of several insects, Entoma is the humanoid spider that comprises nine-tenths of her total mass. She wears other insects as components of her human disguise: the hair are centipedes, the face are beetles, the voice are leeches, etc. These insects are controlled and carried by Entoma, but do not form a collective intellect with her.
  • Horror Hunger: She'll eat anything organic, but especially loves the taste of dead humans, preferring muscular men in particular because they're better for dieting. Interestingly enough, Entoma doesn't particularly have anything against humans and is perfectly willing to let them live if they're not a threat and she isn't too hungry.
  • Horrifying the Horror:
    • The description of Entoma's biological functions are closer to being a Colonial Organism than that of a true single creature. Her insect horror theme and the seeming Hive Mind of her physiology, makes her more so than usual among the monsters of Nazarick. Case in point: Kyouhukou, who is a giant humanoid demon cockroach, fears Entoma because she eats "her own kind" when they are available (specifically: Kyouhukou's roach children).
    • Cocytus tells an envoy of Momonga that he gets along quite well with other Insectoids of Nazarick, naming Kyouhukou and Gashokukochuuou in particular. When Momonga hears this, he puzzles over Entoma not being included, assuming it's because she's female or doesn't visit Cocytus enough. He doesn't realize she's something of The Dreaded among her species.
    • Shalltear and Albedo devote a great deal of time trying to persuade each member of the Pleiades to exclusively support them in becoming Ainz's wife. However neither are in any rush to convince Entoma because she creeps them out and eats cockroaches. This is especially notable for Shalltear since Entoma visits her floors of the Great Tomb quite often, has similar interests as Shalltear, and is roommates with Solution.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: Sees humans as nothing more than food.
    • The other insectoids are terrified of her since Entoma also eats other insects like Kyouhukou's cockroaches which makes her a cannibal in their eyes.
  • Insectoid Alien: While not an alien per se, Entoma is part insect and can control them.
  • Logical Weakness: Since she uses insects to fight and is herself part insect, insecticides and such are extremely effective against her. She is nearly slain by Blue Rose thanks to Evileye's 'Vermin Bane' spell.
  • Master of None: She's equally competent at both physical and magical combat at both close and long range, and has the most balanced stat spread out of all of the Pleiades. That said, none of her abilities are especially strong, and she's arguably the weakest member of the Combat Maids overall. In her fight against Blue Rose she's able to match each of their attacks without being able to definitively overpower them, but once Evileye showed up, the three are able to overpower her by exploiting her Logical Weakness, something the other Nazarick NPCs lack.
  • The Other Darrin: An in-universe example in the English dub. Once Arche is killed, Entoma takes her voice to replace the lip bug Evileye killed when she fought Blue Roses.
  • Paper Talisman: Apart from summoning insects, she uses these as a means of attack.
  • Red Baron: "Insect Loving Maid"
  • Serious Business: While she was perfectly fine with walking away from a fight (even asking if Gagaran could just pretend she never saw her), Gagaran getting her maid uniform dirty drove her into an Unstoppable Rage because the maid uniform was given to her by a Supreme Being. She's further angered throughout the fight due to what is implied to be sensitivity over her appearance, namely that nobody would want a creepy creature like her act as their maid.
  • The Swarm: She can summon one as a form of attack.
  • The Symbiote: Entoma utilizes multiple insects to enhance the illusion of her humanoid appearance. In return for providing these services, Entoma protects and provides nourishment for them.
  • Token Mini-Moe: Fulfills this role for the Pleiades, being the smallest and youngest-looking of them, but while she acts the part she is really anything but.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: (Presumably human) arms, as seen in her cheerfully and adorably holding one up alongside a common sausage in an ensemble picture at the dinner table with the other Pleiades.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Ainz. Even when denied her favorite food, she doesn't bear Ainz any grudge. In fact, being allowed to feast on a hand of one of Ainz's human victims is seen as a gesture of kindness.
  • Vocal Dissonance: Her true voice is harsh, guttural, and would never be mistaken for a human voice. The dissonance is only in play when she's wearing her full human disguise. It's a perfect match for her true appearance. Humorously acknowledged: she's reluctant to speak without her fake voice.
  • We Have Reserves: Views the insects she summons as nothing but completely expendable tools.
  • The Worm That Walks: She's not a single entity, but rather at least three insects bundled together. She has a beetle that pretends to be her face, a leech creature that gives her a more human voice and then the primary body, a creature that is really not very humanoid at all.

    Aureole Omega
The leader of the Pleiades Seven Sisters, the battle maid squad of the Great Tomb of Nazarick. An Area Guardian whose domain, the Sakura Sanctuary, resides on the Eighth Floor of the Great Tomb of Nazarick. Anyone who utilizes the teleportation gateways of the Great Tomb will briefly catch a glimpse of her, as she makes her determination to allow or disallow the passage. She is also entrusted with protection of the Staff of Ainz Ooal Gown when it is not in the possession of Momonga.
  • Beef Gate: She is the reason invaders do not use teleportation magic or the Nazarick portal system to skip floors. Enemies who attempt this get teleported to a Dead-End Room where she proceeds to kill them at her leisure.
  • Face Framed in Shadow: How she is presented in the sole official illustration that depicts her. The same illustration has an alternate version that she's completely absent from.
  • Gate Guardian: She has an unspecified degree of control over portals and teleportation in the Great Tomb, and can divert intruders using them to another location of her choice.
  • Immortality: Solution isn't sure Aureole can really be considered human since normal humans aren't immortal. They are uncomfortable with the alternative, due to their prejudices.
  • Load-Bearing Boss: She is this while in possession of the Staff of Ainz Ooal Gown. In the Yggdrasil MMO, if a raid party destroyed or captured a guild weapon, the associated guild would cease to exist. Momonga believes this danger has not changed in the New World.
  • MacGuffin Guardian: She protects the Staff of Ainz Ooal Gown, which is the guild weapon of Nazarick. Prior to that, she was protecting an unspecified World Class Item (though it was recently reassigned to Shalltear).
  • Miko: The meager hints that describe things about her, seem to indicate she is one. If so, there's rampant fan speculation she's the unrevealed level 100 NPC.
  • Minor Major Character: She holds of a position of vital importance to the Great Tomb as protector of the Guild Weapon, in addition to overseeing its portals and gateways, yet is only referred to in fleeting comments.
  • Red Baron: She was called Lastborn of Pleiades before her true name was revealed.
  • Sequence Breaking: She exists to prevent this tactic against the Great Tomb.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: Even before she obtained the Staff of Ainz Ooal Gown, defeating her meant an invasion force could freely use teleportation spells within the Great Tomb. This would allow them to instantly leave the dungeon, restock supplies, gather reinforcements, and return to finish the job without penalty. Her loss, along with the entire Eighth Floor, signifies the defeat of Nazarick is a Foregone Conclusion. This happened once, which led to the creation of Victim.
  • The Strategist: As a class mechanic. She has levels in "commander" classes like General that lets her buff other characters through issuing them "orders" not unlike a D&D Marshal or Warlord.
  • Support Party Member: Her primary purpose is to redirect enemies attempting to use Nazarick's network of portals into traps and dead ends, and when she's cornered, her primary way of defending herself is placing extremely powerful buffs on her minions that are shown to be potent enough to make them reasonable threats to even a max level player. This is particularly notable because she is on the same floor as Victim and Rubedo which means that invaders who have gotten this far must deal with Nazarick's most powerful defense forces on crack while simultaneously being cripplingly weakened from Victim's self-destruction. No wonder this entire floor is nigh-impossible to get through.
  • Token Human: She is the only human member of the Pleiades. Prior to Tuare's arrival she may be the only truly human subordinate of Nazarick, period (see Mare and Aura for some in-game based explanations). She's also immortal, so she's not exactly a normal human.
  • Too Awesome to Use: She's one of the maximum leveled NPC and possess a variety of Lured into a Trap and Weaponized Teleportation abilities, but protects the Staff of Ainz Ooal Gown and is the safeguard against Sequence Breaking the Great Tomb. As a result she's not permitted to leave her sanctuary or wander the Great Tomb without permission from Ainz first.
  • Trap Master: Due to her ability to manipulate the portals that act as the only way to move through Nazarick without a Ring of Ainz Ooal Gown, she is capable of dumping intruders pretty much anywhere she wants.
  • The Voice: She never leaves her sanctuary, so most denizens of Nazarick only interact with her via Message spells.
  • Weaponized Teleportation: Alluded as her combat specialization.
  • Wutai: The Area under her jurisdiction is themed around Japanese mythology, with subordinates based on various yokai.


    Neuronist Painkill 
Voiced by: Tesshō Genda (Japanese), Aaron Dismuke (English), Maribel Rodríguez (Latin American Spanish)

An NPC whose domain, the Room of Truth, resides on the Fifth Floor of the Great Tomb of Nazarick. She is a Cthulhumanoid Torture Technician who exhibits tendencies to Torture First, Ask Questions Later and Torture for Fun and Information. She also believes herself to be a contender in the Love Triangle for Momonga's affections.

  • Abhorrent Admirer: Is romantically infatuated with Ainz. The scary thing is, she's so delusional that she thinks he feels the same way and justifies herself by using Albedo and Shalltear's One-Winged Angel forms to make a point.
  • Cthulhumanoid: A very fat humanoid with an octopus for a head, somewhat similar to a D&D Illithid. Its race is a "Brain Eater" according to the wiki. Tabula Smaragdina looks very similar (albeit much more slender), and seems to be of the same race.
  • Fat Bastard: Not simply fat, but utterly bloated. Being a Torture Technician makes it a bastard by default.
  • Faux Affably Evil: In volume 7, she acts coy and cheerful around a captive Worker whom she is about to torture. She briefly drops the act when she expresses her anger at the Workers for disturbing the home of her beloved master Ainz.
  • Hypocritical Humor: Averted in a rather ingenious way. Though she calls Albedo "fat" and describes Shalltear in even less flattering terms, this is because she knows the appearance of their true forms. While Painkill is hideous and obese, she doesn't try to hide it. Albedo and Shalltear disgust her for not being true to themselves, and thus in turn to Ainz.
  • Ironic Name: The second part of her name ("Painkill") seems to be based on "painkiller", drugs that relieve pain - while Neuronist Painkill herself is a torturer, which means her job is to inflict as much pain as possible.
  • Love Triangle: She sincerely believes Albedo and Shalltear are in the losing track for Momonga's love.
  • Red Baron: "Five Greatest Evil, Most Evil Job"
  • Torture for Fun and Information: She takes tremendous pleasure in her job.
  • Torture Technician: She was designed to torture people and is assigned by Ainz to torture political prisoners.
  • Vocal Dissonance: Despite acting like a lady and referred to with female pronouns, her voice is exactly those of a man with a deep voice in the Japanese script.

    Pestonya S. Wanko 

Voiced by: Satomi Arai (Japanese), Jamie Marchi (English), Dayana Santiaguillo (Latin American Spanish)

The Head Maid and one of the 41 homunculus maids of the Great Tomb of Nazarick.

  • Butter Face: Has the outer appearance of a beautiful lady but has a head of a dog and a vertical scar on her face running down the center with signs of stitching.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: She, along with Nigredo, were among the only ones to object to killing the people kidnapped from Re-Estize. She even goes as far as to try and help them escape despite knowing the consequences for such an action.
  • The Medic: She's an expert at healing both physical and mental damage.
  • Punny Name: "Wan" is the Japanese sound effect for a dog barking. "Wanko" meanwhile means "doggie" or "puppy" but can also mean "dog girl".
  • Shipper on Deck: Seems to support Tuare's feelings for Sebas.
  • Token Good Teammate: Not only does she not despise humans, she was designed to be a nurturing and caring person.
  • Verbal Tic: Like Lupusregina and her "-su", she tends to end sentences with the sound "wan!" (which, as described above, is the Japanese onomatopoeia for a bark). It is not a real tic and she has to remember to add it.

    Homunculus Maids
Three of the maids. Clockwise from the top: Cixous, Lumière and Foire

Cixous voiced by: Sayaka Senbongi (Japanese), Dani Chambers(English), Amrit Kérlegan (Latin American Spanish)
Foire voiced by: Miho Okasaki (Japanese), Brittany Lauda (English), Estephania Estrada (Latin American Spanish)
Lumière voiced by: Saori Onishi (Japanese), Jennifer Alyx (English), Diana Castañeda (Latin American Spanish)

The actual maids of Nazarick who perform day to day housekeeping of the Great Tomb's inner sanctum. There are 41 members total, all of whom are level one non-combatants of various domestic specializations. Individually created by Coup De Grace, Herohero, and Whitebrim in separate groups, which defined three social cliques the maids associate with.

  • Argument of Contradictions: Whenever the maids discuss why Momonga is an awesome Supreme Being. They all agree he's the perfect master, they just don't agree what specifically makes him so wonderful.
    Maid A: He's merciful and beautiful!
    Maid B: He's Death incarnate!
    Maid C: He's a super powerful genius!
    • This conversation plays out almost word-for-word when the Guardians decide on Ainz' title that he'll use when he establishes the Sorcerer Kingdom.
  • Maid Corps: There are 41 of them and they are the ones who perform domestic duties in the Great Tomb of Nazarick, unlike the Pleiades, who are a different kind of maid corps.
  • Shipper on Deck: The maids of Nazarick are divided between two ideological factions: one supporting Albedo being with Momonga and the other seeking a Shalltear victory. Only a handful of maids remain neutral, with both hopeful wives seeking to win them over to their camp. Because of the influence they possess among their coworkers, courting the Pleiades is considered an important milestone by Albedo.
  • Workaholic: When Momonga revised their work schedule to factor a single maid having a day off once every 41 days, they begged him to reconsider. They also lamented his suggestion to not clean unoccupied rooms everyday. Momonga eventually struck a deal that any maid who took a day off, would spend the next as his daily personal attendant. This only worked because the maids don't view it as a day off, but a moment to calm nerves and make necessary preparations to serve the last Supreme Being without mistakes.

Voiced by: Kikuko Inoue (Japanese), Trina Nishimura (English), Lulú SanLoé (Latin American Spanish)

An NPC of the Great Tomb of Nazarick, She is the older sister of Albedo and Rubedo. Nigredo is currently imprisoned in the "Frozen Prison", situated on the fifth floor of Nazarick.

  • Adapted Out: In the Light Novel, Ainz and Albedo visit her so that she could locate Shalltear. In both the manga and anime, this scene is omitted, so Nigredo still hasn't appeared. This has changed since Season 4, where she shows up in the opening and shows up in person in one episode.
  • Baby-Doll Baby: When first encountered she will incessantly search for her missing child. She can be appeased by offering her a doll of a young child that she will accept as her child.
  • Broken Bird: Originally designed by her creator based off a character in a "slasher" horror movie.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Bizarrely, she along with Pestonya were among the only ones who objected to killing innocent people kidnapped from Re-Estize and tried to aid them in escaping. Her canon Character Alignment (marked as a Karma meter with most of Nazarick's denizen's unsurprisingly in the negatives) is not known. This might be intentional on Tabula's part, as a "gap moe" enthusiast, wherein the homicidal Stringy-Haired Ghost Girl is actually a nice and motherly person.
  • Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: Her appearance after being appeased.
  • Stringy-Haired Ghost Girl: Her appearance when first encountered.
  • Token Good Teammate: Surprisingly enough, she's one of the few who opposes killing innocent people. It seems to be because her basic design is 'crazed ghost mom'.

The sister of Albedo and Nigredo. She is considered to be the Strongest Entity of Nazarick, and could easily defeat the likes of Shalltear or Momonga with zero effort. Her name comes from the term for a completed philosopher's stone (Rubedo) as opposed to her sisters, who are successive stages in the stone's formation. Nigredo calls her 'Spinel', a stone often confused for ruby, implying that she is a 'false red', undeserving of her title.
  • Almighty Janitor: She is recognized by all as the most powerful NPC of all Nazarick, even stronger than most of the Supreme Beings, but she isn´t even a Guardian.
  • The Dreaded: For mysterious reasons, she is feared by Nigredo as the single greatest threat to the Great Tomb's future. Her suspicions might be prophetic, as Albedo intends to utilize Rubedo in a secret plan to slay the Supreme Beings before Momonga can meet them.
  • Minor Major Character: She is the single most powerful entity in the Great Tomb, and by extension the entire New World, but only her name and cryptic hints of her threat potential are known.
  • There's No Kill like Overkill: That she's the strongest entity of Nazarick and can easily beat most Supreme Beings if she would ever face them is already bad enough, but she's also apparently on the same floor where Victim would gravely debuff all invaders and presumably several raid boss-tier enemies reside. With a defense system like this, there's no wonder nobody ever conquered the Great Tomb of Nazarick.
  • World's Strongest Woman: No one could ever hope to defeat her in a solo battle. You'd either need an army of level 100 player characters or utilize a Game-Breaker item to take her down. Even Ainz wouldn't stand a chance. This is very important since she's on the 8th floor, meaning that Victim will be gravely debuffing anyone who tries to invade the Ainz Ooal Gown guild, allowing her to easily wipe the floor off with them.

    Titus Annaeus Secundus 
The Chief Librarian of Ashurbanipal in the Great Tomb of Nazarick.
  • Dem Bones: He is a Skeleton Mage, but is unique in that he is a fusion of human and animal bones.
  • Flowery Elizabethan English: How he talks.
  • Magic Librarian: Not only is he the Chief Librarian of Ashurbanipal, but he is also in charge of testing New World materials in the creation of new items.

    Eclair Ecleir Eicler
Voiced by: Nobuyuki Hiyama (Japanese), Kyle Phillips (English), Benjamín Flores (Latin American Spanish)

"I dare say there's no one in Nazarick half as thorough at cleaning as me! After I'm done with the restroom it's safe to eat off both the floor and the toilet!"

A cartoon penguin who is the assistant butler in the Great Tomb of Nazarick.

  • Almighty Janitor: Averted... although he'll claim otherwise. Everyone in the Great Tomb knows he is delusional and goes along with it.
  • Cartoon Penguin: He's a large, oversized rockhopper penguin.
  • Poke the Poodle: His grand plan for the Tomb once he topples its leadership is to... ensure it's cleaned everyday.
  • The Starscream: Parodied. He constantly talks about how he'll one day take over the tomb of Nazarick for himself, but only because he was actually designed to be this way by the Supreme Beings. The rest of Nazaricks' denizens humor him but know that he's in truth loyal to Nazarick, but they still don't like it.

Voiced by: Takuya Sato (Japanese), John Burgmeier (English), Carlos Reynoso (Latin American Spanish)
An NPC of the Great Tomb of Nazarick. He normally works in the Restaurant of Nazarick, but on a specific day of the week, he manages a bar in the 9th floor.
  • He-Man Woman Hater: Because of a bad experience with Shalltear, he's convinced that men are better patrons of his bar than women. Sous-chef reflects on Sebas and Cocytus being more open and civil when talking about their problems, as opposed to Shalltear's secretive and over emotional reaction. He keeps the opinion to himself, since Shalltear is a superior Floor Guardian, but vows to never willingly invite another woman to his bar.
  • Mushroom Man: He is of the Myconid heteromorphic race, which means he is a humanoid with a giant mushroom for a head.
  • Stealth Insult: He serves Shalltear cheap drinks with food coloring, claiming they're exotic cocktails, because she doesn't follow proper drinking etiquette. He'd rather throw her out the bar, but cannot due to her being an elite Floor Guardian.
  • Team Chef: He is the lead chef at Nazarick, and most of the denizens do have to eat. Sebas Tian suggested, and Ainz agreed, to send Tuare to him to be his assistant and apprentice in this endeavor. The fact that she has some experience and talent in this certainly helped.

Voiced by: Taisuke Nishimura (Japanese), Keith Kubal (English), Alejandro García (Latin American Spanish)
Apparently inspired by a classical character of the same name he is currently working diligently under Demiurge.
  • Bad Is Good and Good Is Bad: This is essentially his world view. He even refers to Demiurge as being "kind-hearted and caring".
  • For Happiness: With a very strange definition of "happiness." He will cut off one prisoner's arms so that the others are "happy" they still have theirs, then cut off the legs of a second so the first is "happy" he has his, and on down the line... until everyone's "happy."
  • Monster Clown: Is described as looking like a clown, but his antics are not something you'd want children to see.
  • Obliviously Evil: Whether collecting materials from "livestock" or describing Demiurge's "Breeding Experiments" he is very much evil but seemingly unaware of such.

    Iguva= 41
The lich field commander of the undead army that was sent to annihilate the lizardmen tribes, but was instead defeated by them.

Strongly implied to be the (experimental) raised corpse of Iguvaruji.

  • Defeating the Undefeatable: The Lizardmen most certainly thought so, but he's just a low level minion. Little do they know Nazarick has worse in store for them.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: To the Lizardmen. He was a bigger challenge than the undead, but nothing compared to Cocytus.
  • Elite Mook: He was the field commander of the undead army, and while he is somewhat powerful because of Ainz's buffs, he is still a lot of levels away from most Nazarick NPCs.
  • Flawed Prototype: It's actually not a very strong undead, only at level 22 and buffed up by Ainz's unique buffs. Even Momonga admits its creation was ultimately a failed experiment, though he considers to use the lessons learned in making a less flawed version.
  • Killed Off for Real: He's killed off by the Lizardmen, who showed a surprising degree of tactical ingenuity and bravery to make it happen. However, since he's a low level NPC, he can be easily resurrected, and Momonga admits that he can create a better one.
  • Necromancer: He can summon undead warriors to defend himself.
  • Our Liches Are Different: Unlike Momonga who is a complete skeleton, he is more similar to a mummified corpse.
  • Playing with Fire: His favorite spell is Fireball, and he launches them like they're going out of style.
  • Squishy Wizard: He possesses some quite powerful spells but is very weak in close combat. He himself lampshades this.
  • This Cannot Be!: When he's defeated by the Lizardmen, he could not even grasp the possibility that Nazarick could fail.
  • Undying Loyalty: As a denizen of Nazarick, he is fanatically loyal to Ainz, and his final words were him begging Ainz to forgive him.