May contain spoilers for the game
Fuka, or whatever else you choose to name her, is the main character of the game. She has amnesia, and is being pursued by a strange man named Cesear. She is taken in by famiglia Oz at the beginning of the game.
Tropes associated with Fuka:
- Actual Pacifist: Doesn't like fighting, and hates to see anyone get hurt or killed. Even when that person is trying to hurt or kill her.
- All Girls Want Bad Boys: Can come across as this on certain routes, including Kyrie's.
- Amnesiac Hero: Fuka has no memories from before finding herself in the alleyway with Caesar. It's because that was the moment she was created - the moment she, as Dorothy's soul, tried to leave the tower.
- Amnesiac Lover: Is this to whoever's romance route she's on.
- Audience Surrogate: Has no memories, so she acts as one of these when she's learning about the world.
- Blithe Spirit: Fuka.
- Can't Hold His Liquor: Takes a single sip from Caramia's shotglass and gets drunk. She has to be carried back to her bed by Caramia.
- The Chick
- Corrupt the Cutie: The Brothel route is this for Fuka.
- Dominatrix: Fuka herself in the first Brothel ending.
- Death Faked for You: This happens in the brothel ending. Dorian Gray fakes a death certificate so he can keep you for himself.
- Downer Ending: The second Brothel ending has Fuka turned into a submissive, mute slave for Dorian Gray's amusement. The first ending is not much better but at least Fuka gets to be in charge.
- Entendre Failure: Fuka is extremely innocent and tends to misinterpret dirty jokes. She quickly agree when men of her acquaintance ask her if they can "sleep over," assuming a Slumber Party scenario.
- Hello, [Insert Name Here]: Default name is Fuka but you can name her whatever you want.
- Horrible Judge of Character: Fuka's amnesia makes her an easy target - she tends to just assume that people won't try to do her harm.
- The Ingenue: Fuka is completely innocent to the ways of the world, which can get her into pretty serious trouble depending on the route.
- The Klutz: Has moments in the game where she trips and falls. Usually a love interest has to catch her.
- Lethal Chef
- Long Hair Is Feminine: Has extremely long, pink hair. Is also a very feminine character.
- Love Martyr: Fuka, early in her relationship with Kyrie. He improves after she explicitly tells him she doesn't mind suffering as long as she can be with him.
- Made a Slave: Becomes this on the bad brothel ending.
- Naïve Newcomer: Fuka would be naive even for a setting that wasn't dominated by gang warfare.
- The Pollyanna: Fuka counts as this. She's chased, kidnapped, and almost killed multiple times throughout the game and yet she never loses her optimism. Even in most of the bad endings.
- Pitbull Dates Puppy: If Fuka ends up on Kyrie's or Caesar's routes.
- Pretty Freeloader: Lives at the Oz estate as a guest but doesn't pay rent or do any jobs besides laundry.
- Really Was Born Yesterday: The beginning of the game was technically her first day alive.
- Rose-Haired Girl: Fuka, with all that implies.
- Sex Slave: Becomes this to Dorian Gray on the bad brothel ending. Also makes Dorian himself this in the good ending.
- Too Dumb to Live: Fuka on occasion - particularly in Caesar's route, which requires her to specifically seek out a violent man who has already tried to kill her multiple times.
- What an Idiot!: Fuka, if she keeps coming to the brothel despite being explicitly told not to by many, many, many people. It doesn't end well.
- What Does She See in Him?: When you're on Kyrie's route.
Tropes associated with Caramia:
- Animal Motifs: With lions.
- Badass Bookworm: He's the don of the Oz family, but he loves to read.
- Cowardly Lion: Caramia, historically speaking, and again when he loses his courage in his own route.
- Cute Little Fangs: Caramia has a pair, presumably as a holdover from his leonine origins.
- The Don: Caramia for Famiglia Oz
- The Dulcinea Effect: Caramia would've probably stopped Caesar from disturbing the peace anyway, but he quickly becomes protective of Fuka.
- Gratuitous Italian: As fits the mafia setting. Caramia in particular leans on this in the English translation.
- King of Beasts: Caramia is the don of Famiglia Oz.
- The Leader: Aside from being the head of Famiglia Oz he is well-respected by the people in their jurisdiction and is the one who gives official orders even though Kyrie makes most of the decisions.
- Martyr Without a Cause: Caramia's Fatal Flaw, which infuriates Kyrie on more than one occasion.
- Meaningful Name: Caramia literally means "my dear" in Italian - the feminine version, at least.
- Nice Guy: Is very much this. He's extremely kind and well respected by everyone in the town, even the rival famiglias.
- Power Makes Your Hair Grow: When he's using his power, his hair is longer.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: Caramia, in contrast to the ridiculous antics of most of his fellow mafioso.
- Romantic Runner-Up: Caramia can end up as this if you start on one of his routes and then transfer to another's.
- Second Love: On the Kyrie branch of Caramia's path, it's revealed that she reminds Caramia of a past love.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: with Kyrie. The two bicker and he gives Caramia a lot of grief, but the two are very close and in one of Kyrie's endings Caramia figures out he purposefully lost his 'gift'.
Tropes associated with Kyrie:
- The Ace: On top of being intelligent, he is very good at a lot of things. He's good at shooting, knows how to use a sword, is great at gambling, and still has powers from being a scarecrow. Too bad he prefers not to get his hands dirty most of the time.
- Animal Motifs: With crows, obviously.
- Bastard Boyfriend: Kyrie can edge into this, taking advantage of Fuka's naivety and desire to please him by tricking her into unfortunate situations for his amusement.
- Brutal Honesty: Oh, very much this. He generally says whatever he's thinking about people, whether it's rude or not.
- The Chessmaster: Kyrie is skilled at directing not only Famiglia Oz, but the rest of the town as well.
- The Consigliere: Kyrie - he's literally a Mafia consigliere to boot.
- Chessmaster Sidekick: Kyrie fills this role for Don Caramia.
- Creepy Crows: Has these on his own route. They swarm in and kill his and Fuka's enemies. Rather gruesomely.
- Deadpan Snarker: So much Kyrie.
- Flight: Has this as a power due to his control over crows.
- Hyper-Competent Sidekick: Kyrie is definitely this. He is extremely intelligent and manipulative.
- Insecure Love Interest: For all of his egotism, Kyrie at first assumes that his relationship with Fuka won't last because he considers himself an unpleasant, unlovable person.
- It's All About Me: By his own admission, Kyrie mostly treats other people as amusements and tools for his own devices. Mostly Played for Laughs, for example when he sends The Don on errands to pick up groceries for him.
- It Amused Me: His reasoning for a lot of the trolling that he does.
- It Tastes Like Feet: Has a moment of this when he says Caramia's food tastes like trash. Is instantly pressed on it by Fuka and Caramia, to which he admits he ate trash once as a scarecrow but won't elaborate.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Kyrie may be a total jerk to pretty much everyone, but he genuinely cares about Fuka on his route.
- The Lancer: As Famiglia Oz's second-in-command, he is the complete opposite of Caramia in terms of personality. He also doubles as The Smart Guy and handles all the decision-making for the famiglia.
- Manipulative Bastard: Usually his manipulation is more light hearted, but he has moments of these. One of those moments is on his own route when he engineers a fire at Heidi's dairy farm, making it look like one of the other famiglia did it so they will start a war with each other, solely because Fuka wished that there would be less infighting between the mafiosi.
- Master of the Mixed Message: Kyrie tends to set up situations where it looks like he's doing something special for Fuka, then teasing her when she asks if this is indicative of any special interest.
- Mind Game Ship: Kyrie and Fuka is a lighter version of this - he doesn't intend her any real harm, but he can't help his manipulative tendencies. The Brothel route shows a darker version.
- The Minion Master: Has this as a power. Being a former scarecrow, he can control crows to come fight for him.
- Mood Ring Eyes: Underneath Kyrie's Peek-a-Bangs is this. According to him, they change color based on his mood, which is why he keeps it hidden. However, this is coming from Kyrie.
- Number Two: Kyrie to Caramia, naturally.
- Pungeon Master: Makes the occasional pun, mostly to annoy other people.
- Professional Gambler: Kyrie is basically this. It's implied that he gambles and makes quite a bit of money from it, and is very good at it because of how well he can read people and trick them.
- Romantic Runner-Up: Kyrie can end up as this if you start on one of his routes and then transfer to another's.
- Sadist: Kyrie comments multiple times on how he enjoys causing the suffering of others (albeit usually only through causing inconvenience) and how he loves the face Fuka makes when troubled.
- Scary Scarecrows: Kyrie was a former scarecrow.
- Tall, Dark, and Snarky: Oh so much Kyrie.
- The Gadfly: Oh so much this. He goes out of his way to irritate people, particularly Axel. Even makes Caramia carry his shopping bags for hima and run his errands, even though Caramia is the boss and he's just second in command.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With both Axel and Caramia, but Caramia especially.
- What Does She See in Him?: Just about everyone asks this when Fuka's on Kyrie's route. He doesn't even understand it himself.
- Your Cheating Heart: All three of the Oz men have a transfer route, but it comes across particularly bad on switching from Caramia to Kyrie. Kyrie flat out admits that he manufactured some of the drama so that he could swoop in and steal Fuka from Caramia.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Kyrie has green hair.
Tropes associated with Axel:
- The Big Guy: In contrast to Caramia and Kyrie, he is taciturn and mostly quiet unless Kyrie riles him up. As a caporegime he is also usually in the front lines clobbering people with his shotgun instead of, well, shooting them with it.
- Blind Without 'Em: When he's without his glasses, he can't see a thing.
- Chaste Hero: Axel, prior to meeting Fuka. Caramia and Kyrie both tease him about his factory seal being intact.
- Cannot Spit It Out: Axel struggles with expressing his feelings to Fuka, going so far as to avoid her early in their relationship lest he say something that puts her off.
- Can't Hold His Liquor: Implied. Caramia seems terrified of drunk Axel and tells Fuka to never let him have a single drink of alcohol.
- Healing Factor: He heals really fast from injuries that would kill other people.
- Hidden Depths: Is a very quiet, reserved character but likes to make wood carvings in his spare time.
- Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: Is this with Fuka. Fuka is shocked when he's able to reach the highest most shelf for her.
- Imperial Stormtrooper Marksmanship Academy: Apparently went to this school, because he's terrible at shooting a gun. Even other characters admit that his terrible shooting is practically pathological.
- Insecure Love Interest: Axel is romantically inexperienced and socially awkward, and painfully aware of it. He worries extensively over whether he can make Fuka happy.
- Made of Iron: Being a former tin man, Axel is both literally and figuratively this. Takes a lot of injuries over several routes and always recovers. Several characters comment that he's "made of sturdy stuff."
- Oblivious to Love: To Pashet's crush on her route.
- Romantic Runner-Up: Axel end us as this if you start on one of his routes and then transfer to another's.
- Sexy Spectacles: Axel sports a pair.
- Sweet Tooth: And how. He loves his sweets so much that he takes Fuka out to make her buy some for him. And one of his punishments for breaking a rule is to give up sweets for a week.
- The Stoic: Axel can definitely fit this. He rarely shows much emotion besides irritation at Kyrie.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Sugar or sweets of any kind. Will even eat straight sugar cubes.
- When She Smiles: Fuka tells Axel that he looks much more handsome when he smiles and that he should do it more.
Tropes associated with Hamelin:
- Affectionate Nickname: Calls the heroine "his angel" on his route.
- Arch-Enemy: To Robin Hood. He killed Robin Hood's wife, who wants revenge.
- Bare Your Midriff: As you can see by his picture, his outfit is very much this.
- Big Bad: On several routes.
- The Charmer: Is actually pretty charming on his own main route, and flirty with the heroine.
- Charm Person: Has a flute that can control animals and children to fight for him.
- Death Seeker: He's gone crazy and doesn't really want to live anymore. Implied to be part of the reason he comes back into town at all.
- Eye Scream: Has only one eye due to the other one having been shot out by Scarlet.
- Eyepatch of Power: Has one of these.
- For the Evulz: Hamelin murdered Robin Hood's wife and spreads chaos and bloodshed around the town for seemingly no reason other than a desire to cause suffering. He went mad after Soh overrode his free will.
- Gratuitous German: Uses this a bit.
- Handicapped Badass: He's missing one eye but it doesn't seem to hold him back much..
- Hearing Voices: The reason why he's crazy is that he hears voices telling him to kill.
- I Have Your Wife: Hamelin draws out the hero of various routes by kidnapping Fuka.
- Immortality Hurts: Being part of the upper class, Hamelin can't die. But he can be permanently maimed, such as when he lost an eye.
- Insane Equals Violent: Definitely insane, definitely violent.
- Public Domain Character: He's the Pied Piper of Hamelin.
- Straw Nihilist: Hamelin, although he has a good reason. He was compelled by Soh to murder his best friend's wife, and thereby has realized no one in the town truly has free will beyond forces they cannot control. This has driven him insane.
- Termsof Endangerment: Refers to the heroine as "fraulein."
- Troubled, but Cute: Is a romance option.
- Who Wants to Live Forever?: He's immortal, but he hates it and on most routes he just wants to die to end all the suffering.
Tropes associated with Scarlet:
- Actual Pacifist: Doesn't like hurting people and prefers not to have to use his gun.
- Ambiguous Gender: Is male, but is apparently so feminine that the heroine Fuka mistakes him as a female. He is not amused.
- Badass Cape: Wears a red cloak around to intimidate his enemies.
- Color Motif: His name is Scarlet and he wears a red cloak.
- The Don: Is currently acting as the Grimm family don. Becomes the don for real in his bad ending.
- Dude Looks Like a Lady: Fuka mistakes him for a female at the beginning of the game.
- Friendly Sniper: Carries around a sniper rifle, but is by far the friendliest member of the Grimm family.
- Height Angst: Has a case of this. Hates how short he is and mentions it a lot on his route.
- Insecure Love Interest: He's very insecure about not being tall and looking like a child. He doesn't feel like he's able to protect Fuka on his route, either.
- Nice Guy: He's just nice in general, and tries to minimize the damage his subordinates seem to regularly cause.
- Only Sane Man: Scarlet for Famiglia Grimm.
- Public Domain Character: He's Little Red Riding Hood.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: Easily the most sane and reasonable person of the Grimm family.
- Red Is Heroic: See color motif. He wears red and is genuinely trying to keep his subordinates in line. Also mentioned that he wears the cloak to try and intimidate his enemies into not fighting.
- Sniper Rifle: Carries around one of these as his main weapon. Is apparently a pretty good shot as well.
- Token Mini-Moe: Has some of this going on. He's very young looking, people refer to him as a child, but he also has a romance route.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has purple hair.
Tropes associated with Hansel:
- Affectionate Nickname: Calls Fuka "baby." Can also be considered TermsOfEndangerment depending on the situation.
- I Did What I Had to Do: Believes they're doing this. They attack other famiglia constantly in an effort to get their territory back that was taken from them because of Hamelin's madness.
- Psychopathic Manchild: Hansel has a cheerfully boyish attitude, as he engages in drive-bys and tosses dynamite around.
- Public Domain Character: He's Hansel, from Hansel and Gretel.
- Stuff Blowing Up: His preferred method of fighting involves throwing dynamite around.
Tropes associated with Gretel:
- Better to Die than Be Killed: Has this attitude. She kills herself with her own grenade rather than die to an enemy mine in the epilogue.
- Creepy Monotone: Definitely has this going on with her voice acting.
- Evil Twin: The darker twin of the two.
- I Did What I Had to Do: Believes they're doing this. They attack other famiglia constantly in an effort to get their territory back that was taken from them because of Hamelin.
- Parrot Pet Position: Has a small green bird that rides around in this position.
- Public Domain Character: She's Gretel, from Hansel and Gretel.
- Soft-Spoken Sadist: Gretel tends to issue her violent threats without going above her usual monotone.
- Stuff Blowing Up: Her preferred method of fighting involves throwing grenades around.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has blueish green hair.
Tropes associated with Ande:
- Cloudcuckoolander: Has a bit of this going on. Tries to enter her duck Juliette into the beauty contest.
- The Don: Ande for Famiglia Anderson
- Genki Girl: Is extremely energetic.
- Hidden Depths: Is mostly only known as being very loud and destructive, but on one route you discover she's also pretty good at fixing things. But only things that make fire.
- Kill It with Fire: Sells matches and loves to set fires.
- Little Miss Con Artist: Is known for her very high pressure sales of matches.
- Public Domain Character: Surprisingly, she's the Little Match Girl and even keeps selling matches in this universe.
- Pyro Maniac: Comes across as this. Sells matches and talks about starting fires quite a bit.
Tropes associated with Aelling:
- Actual Pacifist: You don't ever see him with a weapon, until the epilogue rolls around.
- The Faceless: His face is constantly hidden by his hair and his cloak.
- No Social Skills: Comes across as this. He's apparently better with people he knows, but has a hard time even saying hello to Fuka when prompted.
- Public Domain Character: Possibly inspired by the Little Mermaid, considering he belongs to the Andersen family and has trouble talking to humans, or the Ugly Duckling, since he hides his face and wears swan-like gowns.
- The Quiet One: He is very shy and gets embarrassed at having to talk to strange people.
- Shrinking Violet: Very much this. Has a hard time talking with people or making eye contact.
Tropes associated with Melisus:
- Fairy Godmother: Basically comes across as this role to Ande. He's small, flies around, and constantly tries to set her on the right path by not bbeing so violent.
- Pintsized Powerhouse: Is absolutely tiny but can still be deadly with his poison.
- Poisoned Weapons: His cane is poisoned.
- Public Domain Character: He's inspired in Thumbelina.
- Sword Cane: Has one of these, basically. His cane has a stinger in it.
- Weak, but Skilled: He's very small and fragile, but despite that he manages to take out Hansel with poison in the epilogue before being squished by him.
Tropes associated with Pashet:
- Amazon Brigade: Controls one of these.
- Action Girl: She carries a sword, works with security of the Boots family, and actually knows how to fight. Believes that women should know how tto protect themselves.
- Afraid of Needles: Hates getting shots so much that she has Fuka come with her for moral support.
- Bifauxnen: Pashet has this look going on.
- Cat Girl: Pashet is a former cat and still has the cat ears and tail.
- Cute Little Fangs: Has these due to her origins as a cat.
- The Don: Pashet is the don for the Boots family.
- The Fettered: She believes people should follow the rules and will punish those who do not.
- Gate Guardian: Her and the rest of famiglia Boots guards the gates of the town.
- Honor Before Reason: Has moments where she almost attacks someone simply because they made a slightly insulting comment. And on one of her endings, she chooses to fight with her sword instead of having the soldati fire on her people with guns. She took the risk because she didn't want any of them to die.
- Luminescent Blush: Has this a couple of times on her route in regards to Axel.
- Public Domain Character: She's the Puss in Boots.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: Pashet seems much more calm than her fellow mafioso.
- Romantic Two-Girl Friendship: Pashet's route's best ending.
- Through His Stomach: Attempts to do this with Axel when she has a crush.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: Fuka is the girly girl to Pashet's tomboy on her route.
- Verbal Tic: Being a former cat, she sometimes slips up and meows in her dialogue. Typically when she's surprised by something.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Pashet has pink hair.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: The very talented Pashet is terrified of frogs.
Tropes associated with Heidi:
- Ambiguous Gender: Heidi. She uses feminine pronouns, but when Fuka specifically asks her what she identifies as, Heidi tells her not to worry about it.
- The Don: Heidi for Famiglia Adelheid
- Fat Bastard: Heidi is extremely unpleasant and the first to attack when Soh throws the apple of discord in the Epilogue.
- Fat Girl: Definitely this.
- Fat Comic Relief: Heidi, who verges on Brawn Hilda but leans on Peter to be the intimidating one.
Peter is Heidi's underling. She's a beautiful woman who is deadly with a sword. She deals with any problems Heidi tells her to.
Tropes associated with Peter:
- Action Girl: Most of the time you see Peter, she's attacking someone.
- Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: Is basically this. She never speaks, but has long dark hair.
- Buxom Is Better: Has very large breasts that Heidi implies makes her more likely to win the beauty contest.
- Combat Pragmatist: Is apparently this. She throws sand in Pashet's face to turn the fight to her advantage in the epilogue.
- Hair Decorations: Wears one of these on her character sprite.
- Sexy Spectacles: Peter (whose sprite is vaguely Bayonetta-esque deserves a mention.
- The Voiceless: Is shown several times but never says anything. Until the epilogue, where she has several sentences after a sudden death.
Tropes associated with Dorian Gray:
- Adaptation Dye-Job: Dorian Gray was a blond in the original novella.
- The Casanova: He's a hedonist in charge of a brothel.
- The Corrupter: Oh so much this. His whole goal on the brothel route is to corrupt Fuka and make her a slave to his own lusts.
- Depraved Bisexual: Dorian Gray.
- Dirty Old Man: Since he's Dorian Gray, he's much older than he appears...and certainly perverted.
- Hello, [Insert Name Here]: During the good brothel ending, you get to rename Dorian Gray to whatever you wish as a sign that the heroine is now in control
- Sex Slave: Makes the heroine a sex slave on his own route in the bad ending. Also becomes this himself on the good brothel ending.
- Sinister Minister: Dorian Gray is the town priest, and even putting aside his other business, he's a pretty shady guy.
- Slipping a Mickey: Does this to the heroine with an aphrodisiac on the brothel route.
- Soft-Spoken Sadist: Dorian Gray never raises his voice, even at his darkest. He does get slightly perturbed in the "good" brothel ending when Fuka unveils his his portrait.
- Stalker with a Crush: Dorian Gray comes across like this. Even in other routes, he makes mention of wanting to acquire the heroine.
- Terms of Endangerment: Refers to the heroine as "my lovely."
Tropes associated with Alfani:
- Ambiguous Gender: Is definitely male, but Fuka mentions he's beautiful enough to be a woman.
- Bishōnen: Well...just look at the picture.
- Brainless Beauty: Is stated to not be incredibly smart, and is beautiful enough to be the most popular male prostitute at the brothel.
- Depraved Bisexual: Alfani takes both male and female clients and is certainly depraved.
- The Hedonist: Is self admittedly one of these.
- Long-Haired Pretty Boy: Again...just look at his image.
- The Oldest Profession: His job.
- Prince Charming: Averted. He's described as a prince, but he is hardly kind or likely to save any princesses.
- Public Domain Character: Most likely he's been inspired in Rapunzel.
- Psychopathic Manchild: Alfani seems perfectly harmless, if a little perverted and goofy. Come the Brothel route, he sees no problem with keeping Fuka prisoner against her will and participating in Dorian Gray's torture of her. He says at one point he's become so inured to the pure brutality of his life that they only thing he really can care about anymore is pure hedonism.
Tropes associated with Manboy:
- Battle Butler: He falls under this. He deals with security of the brothel and can fight. Kyrie even draws a gun on him to show Fuka just how fast Manboy can react.
- Do Not Call Me "Paul": Is like this with his real name. He asks Fuka to stop calling him Saucedo on the brothel route when she's having sex with him and Dorian.
- Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": Everyone refers to him as Manboy.
- High-Class Glass: Wears a monocle.
- My Master, Right or Wrong: Definitely has to deal with this. He's unable to directly disobey Oscar Wilde, but hates him and the evil things Dorian does.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Is only known as Manboy on most routes. You find out his true name is Saucedo on the brothel route.
- That Man Is Dead: Thinks this about his real name Saucedo. He believes that Saucedo is not corrupt and dirty like Manboy is.
- The Jeeves: He definitely fits this. He's basically the butler of the Oscar Wilde estate and is in charge of dealing with clients and the security of the brothel. He is very polite and well mannered.
Tropes associated with Robin Hood:
- Arch-Enemy: Hates Hamelin for what he did to his wife, and wants revenge.
- Creepy Crows: Fuka refers to him as "Dr. Crow" because of his creepy crow-like mask.
- Crusading Widower: Robin Hood's wife was murdered by Hamelin. When the latter comes back to town, the former gets murderous.
- Deadly Doctor: Has his moments of this. Threatens to carve up Hansel and Gretel with a scapel or poison them whenever they threaten to harm Fuka on his route.
- The Faceless: Wears a long black cloak and a mask most of the time, although his face can be seen on several routes.
- In Name Only: Most of the characters have at least some aspects from the characters they're named after. Not so with Robin Hood.
- The Medic: Being the town doctor makes Robin Hood this.
- People Jars: Robin Hood keeps his comatose wife in one of these.
- Plague Doctor: Robin Hood, the town doctor, dresses in this fashion.
- Revenge Before Reason: Oh, definitely this. On his own route, he takes his wife off life support and goes to the jail to kill Hamelin.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Goes on one of these during the bad ending of his route.
- Second Love: Fuka is this for Robin Hood on his route.
Tropes associated with Caesar:
- Cannot Spit It Out: With Fuka on his route. Comes with being a major tsundere.
- Black Cloak: Wears one of these on his route, and in one of his C Gs.
- Everyone Can See It: To Soh who thinks the feelings between Caesar and Fuka are pretty obvious.
- First Guy Wins: If Fuka ends up on Caesar's route.
- The Big Bad Wolf: Represents the big bad wolf in fairytales.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Caesar starts out wanting to kill Fuka but gradually evolves into this.
- Love Redeems: On his romance route.
- Luminescent Blush: Has one of these on his route, and curses it.
- Manly Men Can Hunt: Only eats meat and prefers to hunt for his food.
- Oblivious to Love: It takes him a while to figure out how he really feels about Fuka.
- Picky Eater: Will not eat vegetables and shoves them all on Fuka's plate on his route.
- The Quiet One: Starts out as this towards the heroine on his route.
- Sadist: A lesser example of this. Mentions multiple times that he loves to see the heroine and others cower from him in fear.
- "Shut Up" Kiss: Delivers one of these to the heroine on his route.
- Stalker with a Crush: Chases and tries to kidnap the heroine on multiple occasions.
- Supernatural Gold Eyes: Comes with being the big bad wolf. And with being the embodiment of Dorothy's magic.
- Terms of Endangerment: Calls the heroine "my prey."
- Troubled, but Cute: Caesar leads a gang of outlaws and actively attempts to murder Fuka on multiple occasions. Doesn't stop him from being a love interest.
- Tsundere: Caesar, heavy on the tsuntsun, if romanced.
- Would Not Hurt A Child: Mentions that he wouldn't harm Scarlet until he "matured" some.
Tropes associated with Soh:
- Actual Pacifist: Is part of the Wolf Gang, but hates violence and mostly does housework and cooking.
- Affectionate Nickname: Has these for most of the characters. Calls Scarlet "sca-sca", Axel "ax-ax", and so on.
- The Chessmaster: Soh is basically engineering the entire setting.
- The Dog Was the Mastermind: Soh, one of the most inconspicuous people in town, is the one pulling the strings for the main plot — and to some extent the entire setting. It's also somewhat literally true in that he's at least partially Toto.
- Nice Guy: Soh is an extremely nice, friendly guy. Or so he seems.
- The Nicknamer: Has a nickname for pretty much every member of the cast. Most of the time, it annoys them.
- Real Men Cook: He's the cook to the Wolf Gang and also owns his own little restaurant in town where he serves food.
- ShopKeeper: Runs a store that sells food and sweets. Also manages a restaurant.
- Walking Spoiler: Counts as this.