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    Philippe West 
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The son of a contractor named William West. After his father died, his mother having passed away long ago, he was taken in by the House of Fianna, an orphanage run by the Nightray family. He was in complete denial over his father's death until Oz forced him to face reality, although this could have to do with the effect Humpty Dumpty had on him rather than just denial.

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    Isla Yura 
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The leader of a cult that worships the Abyss as salvation for all and, because of this, heavily supports the idea of dragging the world into the Abyss. He knows the things he tells his cult are all complete lies but enjoys manipulating them and watching their blind devotion to him.

  • Loony Fan: Of Jack Vessalius and by extension Oz, in only the creepiest of ways.
  • Manchild: Comes off as this, especially since he wants to recreate the Tragedy of Sablier for seemingly no reason other than his own amusement.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: And proud! Word of God says he died at his happiest. Keep in mind that he was murdered by his idol, Jack.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: Notably the ugliest character in a Cast Full of Pretty Boys, with strange proportions and odd shapes making up his design.
  • Sissy Villain: He actually planned on changing outfits five times in the night of Oz's second coming of age ceremony, each and every one of them flamboyant, somewhat horrifyingly.

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     Dahlia Garland 
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A woman from the not very well-known but still highly established Garland family, as well as the thirtieth woman to make it past the social barrier of the Nightrays in order for a possibility to marry Gilbert. She turned out to be a cultist and only went out with Gilbert to try and use him as a live sacrifice, but unfortunately for her, she actually grew fond of him. Regardless, their relationship didn't end well.

  • Becoming the Mask: She was supposed to be only pretending to have feelings for Gilbert (whether romantically or platonically), but she genuinely liked him after they spent the day together in the park. This was why she had such a hard time giving him up to the cult she was in as a sacrifice, as the original plan had been.
  • Cult: She was forced to join a cult under the belief that they can resurrect her dead father.
  • Cute Bookworm: Loves reading books every day.
  • Easily Forgiven: She's actually forgiven by Gilbert because he understands the motives and struggles of those working tirelessly on the darker side of the world, but he told her instead that he will never forgive her and never wants to see her again. He did this because he could see she thought it would be too difficult to maintain any sort of relationship with him after everything that happened.
  • The Ingenue: This seems to be her true nature, but she's so desperate to get her father back she won't argue with the cult she's in using live sacrifices in attempts to resurrect him.
  • Not So Different: Gilbert thinks that both of them are similar to each other, having a sort of double life that shrouds them in darkness and a specific individual they would do absolutely anything for (Dahlia, her father; Gilbert, his master). Appearance-wise as well. See Raven Hair, Ivory Skin below.
  • Raven Hair, Ivory Skin: She has black hair, dark eyes and beautifully sculpted features which had an almost melancholic feel to them, which makes her look similar to Gilbert. Echo even remarks that she is a beautiful woman.
  • Red Baron: Her code name is Black Widow.
  • Ship Tease: Between her and Gilbert, although due to the extremely obvious context of why this would be and the eventual fate of their relationship, this trope may not be considered applicable by some.
    • For more details: despite the fact that this was not part of her plan, Dahlia developed a genuine fondness for Gilbert, and Gilbert himself felt the same way towards her. It's never explicitly stated the liking they had taken to one another was romantic, especially since they were meeting each other for entirely not-romantic reasons, but it's portrayed in a way so that it appears it's attempting to build Ship Tease. Seemingly deliberately, it's made very clear Gilbert has never showed this much concern for a woman before, and it's almost implied that he intends to marry her. Multiple fans speculated while reading this particular Caucus Race story that Dahlia was only created to confirm Gilbert's questionable heterosexuality...until the end of the story.

     The Great Mother 

The leader of the cult that Dahlia joined, of which worshipped a dark god that seems to bear resemblance to the devil.

  • Believing Their Own Lies: She believed that she was chosen by the gods after she was given a book. Ada was able to prove it to her that the book she had was actually just a bunch of plagiarized information from several other occult/dark magic books thrown together with lots of typographical errors. This ended in a collapse of the Great Mother's reign and crazed confidence, considering she'd dedicated her entire life to acting as her god's servant as depicted in the book.
  • Big "NO!": After Ada reveals to her that the book she's used/believed in like a Bible is fake.
  • Evil Matriarch: Acts this was towards Dahlia after her father died.
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