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Heroes of the Six Flowers

    The Heroes in General 
  • Anti-Hero Team: They are all morally ambiguous at best. It's telling that Adlet is one of the MOST heroic of the lot, given his behavior and personality.
  • Badass Crew: You have to be among the strongest in the world to be chosen as a Hero of the Six Flowers.
  • Birthmark of Destiny: The Crest of Six Flowers, which appears somewhere on the body of a Brave when they're chosen to become one. As a result, they all have one. Adlet's and Nashetania's both turn out to be fake, though Adlet doesn't know that he's a fake until it's too late.
  • Dysfunction Junction: Hoo boy. They're messed up, as individuals and as a group.
  • The Chosen Many: The six heroes chosen by the Goddess of Fate to defeat the Majin.
  • Fire-Forged Friends: They gradually become more united overtime despite the existence of the Seventh.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: Due to paranoia, the Heroes pay close attention to the changes of behaviors within the group.
  • Power Tattoo: The Crest of the Six Flowers.
  • Properly Paranoid: Since they have to find who is a traitor and who is genuine...
  • Was It All a Lie?: Averted big time, usually in anime when someone is revealed to be a traitor the main hero often goes out of his or her way to try and get back the traitor to the side of good. However the Heroes of Six Flowers do not want any of that and immediately attempt to kill the traitor Nashetania without questions or hesitation when the traitor's identity is revealed. Each of the Six Heroes remember the importance of their mission in that they cannot tolerate traitors or else they will fail.

    Adlet Mayer
Voiced by: Soma Saito, Miyuki Sawashiro (as a child) (Japanese), Robbie Daymond (English), Irwin Daayán (Mexican Spanish)

The main protagonist. He is the self-proclaimed world's strongest man. He has an abnormally strong will, never giving up even in the dire situations, as well as a strong sense of camaraderie and friendship. He fights using tools and trickery to catch his opponent off-guard.

  • Affectionate Nickname: Ad-kun by Rolonia.
  • Always Save the Girl: He makes clear he considers protecting Fremy his top priority. And he's willing to turn against his companions and the world to protect her.
  • Badass Boast: His Catch Phrase.
  • Badass Normal: An average man, but capabable of holding his own against Kyouma, Saints, and assassins.
  • Bash Brothers: With Hans.
  • Birthmark of Destiny: On his right hand. It turns out to be fake.
  • Brainwashed: Turns out Adlet has been brainwashed for years- since before he met and trained under Atro. When he was a child, Tgurneu brainwashed him to give him his current personality and make him fall in love with Fremy so Tgurneu could use him as a pawn in his plan to kill the Braves.
  • Catch Phrase: "I am the world's strongest man" and some variations.
  • Cassandra Truth: Since we see him gain the Crest of the Six Flowers, his claim that he isn't the traitor falls squarely here. Subverted. It turns out Adlet really is a fake, but unaware of it himself.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Being a normal human with no magic skills, Adlet relies on any weapon he can use ranging from his sword, to even spikes hidden in his sword.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Red hair and eyes.
  • Declaration of Protection: He promises Fremy he will protect her from anything.
  • Determinator: THE reason why he is the only one who completed Atro's training, all the others ran away. After being accused of being the 7th Brave he refuses to give up and eventually proves his innocence.
  • Devoted to You: Adlet becomes unconditionally devoted to Fremy the moment they meet. This turns out to be an effect of Tgurneu's brainwashing.
  • The Dulcinea Effect: Just shortly after meeting her, Adlet just can't help but want to protect Fremy from anything. This was actually caused by Tgurneu's brainwashing.
  • Experienced Protagonist: The story starts when he has completed his training and is an accomplished warrior.
  • Forgiveness: He holds no grudge against other heroes for trying to kill him.
  • Guile Hero: Adlet is the very definition of a guile hero, not only does he rely on tricks and traps to fight, he has an incredible amount of investigative tools, and the brains to use them both wisely.
  • Hard Work Hardly Works: In a direct fight, he's the weakest member of the group. He isn't a natural genius like Hans, nor does he have any magical powers. Knowing this himself, he instead takes this into account and uses trickery, misdirection and gear.
  • The Hero: The main character of the story and after making it clear he's the only Brave that isn't possibly a traitor, the group all agrees to follow him.
  • Hidden Weapons: He's covered with hidden pockets and items, leaving him with hidden explosives, blades, special anti Kyoma weaponry and even a trick spring inside his sword to give him a one time projectile.
  • Idiot Hero: Played with. Adlet is actually pretty smart in battle, but he's still brash, impulsive and overly-trusting which makes him come off as an idiot and makes others label him a moron.
  • Inferiority Superiority Complex: He comes off as overconfident, always proclaiming himself as the world's strongest man. Actually, Adlet is well aware of his weaknesses and he tries to convince himself he's the strongest to give himself courage even in the most desperate situations.
  • Interspecies Romance: With Fremy. He's a human, she's half Kyoma.
  • The Leader: After a second Seventh appears, he takes command under the reasoning that he's the only one they can be sure isn't a traitor. His authority is later undermined when the second fake is revealed to be unrelated to the first, so Hans steps up to be his second and has veto power over his decisions.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: To Fremy. He is her only reason to live once she gets close to him.
  • Made of Iron: Lampshaded. He can take hits well and recovers quickly compared to most of the Heroes thanks to his training.
  • Manchurian Agent: Adlet is the second Mole, unaware of it himself. When he was a child, Tgurneu brainwashed him into falling madly in love with Fremy the moment he met her so he would protect her until Fremy could fulfill her role in his plans.
  • Misery Builds Character: His mentor would beat Adlet horribly and starve him to instill in him the idea to always laugh and smile, even when times are at their worst.
  • Multicolored Hair: Red hair that slowly turns yellow at the tips, making it look like a flame.
  • My Name Is Inigo Montoya: Announces his name before fighting during the Piena tournament.
  • One Head Taller: Than Fremy.
  • The Only One I Trust: He becomes the only one among the Heroes Fremy completely trusts, as much as Fremy herself hates it.
  • Opposites Attract: With Fremy. Adlet is the extremely passionate and talkative swordfighter whereas she's the aloof and quiet gunner.
  • Perpetual Smiler: His teacher taught him to keep smiling no matter what.
  • Poisoned Weapons: Can coat his darts with poison.
  • Rapunzel Hair: It goes all the way down to his knees.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni:
    • The red to Fremy's blue.
    • He can also be considered as the red to Hans's blue.
  • Renaissance Man: Adlet has a vast scientific knowledge regarding many fields, is extremely smart and a good strategist.
  • Revenge: Adlet wants to kill Tgurneu for everything he did to his village.
  • Short Hair with Tail: His hair looks like a normal short cut from the front but has a very long ponytail that reaches down to his knees at the back.
  • Smarter Than You Look: Adlet is thought of as a headstrong braggart at times, but underneath lies a cunning and analytical mind that proves why he is a Brave.
  • Sociopathic Hero: Adlet tried to turn himself into this at first, believing that throwing away his human heart was the only way to take his revenge. Atro taught him otherwise. However, it was actually Tgurneu's brainwashing that planted the seed for a large part of his current personality. Once it wears off and he finds out that Fremy killed his sister, he reverts back to this.
  • The So-Called Coward: For being an effective, and skilled, Combat Pragmatist many of the other Braves call him "cowardly." He has often shown himself to be anything but.
  • Stepford Smiler: He was taught to laugh when things were at their worst to maintain a positive attitude. It isn't always genuine, but the effort keeps him from getting too obsessed or angry.
  • Survival Mantra: Whenever he feels anxious, he loudly declares himself to be the world's strongest man.
  • The Team Normal: Unlike his teammates, Adlet doesn't host a god, he wasn't born with unusual size and strength and he isn't an assassin with a Fantastic Fighting Style. He is just an average man with many weapons and a smart mind.
  • Tomato in the Mirror: As it turns out, Adlet isn't a real Brave like he thought he was, and his personality had been fabricated whole cloth by Tgurneu. He had brainwashed him from an early age to fall in love with Fremy so he could further his own plans.
  • Training from Hell: To merely call Atro a strict mentor would be something of an understatement. See Misery Builds Character above for more details. Adlet is notable for being the only person to have completed Atro's rigorous training regimen.
  • Underestimating Badassery: People make the mistake of underestimating him because of his fighting style.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Adlet is the unknowing second traitor and was manipulated by Tgurneu to fall in love with Fremy as part of his plans.
  • Walking Armory: Adlet carries several types of weapons on him. Where to start, Adlet has:
  • World's Strongest Man: Invoked but averted. In terms of pure fighting skills he's the weakest Hero, but he's the best at surviving, improvising and tactics, which leaves him as one of the most dangerous of the group.
  • Worthy Opponent: Hans considers him the most dangerous of the heroes. He isn't a talented fighter and has no divine magical abilities, but is well trained, very cunning, carries an arsenal, has a wide range of skills and incredible resilience.
  • You Killed My Father: One reason why Adlet wants revenge of Tgurneu is the death of his sister. It later turns out that it was actually Fremy that killed Adlet's sister, though the circumstances of it aren't known. Once Tgurneu is killed, Adlet directs his hatred toward Fremy.

    Fremy Speeddraw
Voiced by: Aoi Yuuki (Japanese), Brianna Knickerbocker (English)

A mysterious sniper and the Saint of Gunpowder. She is the Six Flower Killer, who assassinated potential future heroes of the Six Flowers. Her powers allow her to create bullets and gunpowder at will, essentially granting her unlimited ammo.

  • Because You Were Nice to Me: Adlet slowly gains her complete trust because he was the first person to be nice to her after she was betrayed by the Kyoma, he didn't treat her any differently even after finding out her past as the Six Flower Killer and her nature as a half Kyoma and he proves Fremy that she be sure that his desire to protect her is real.
  • Beyond the Impossible: She's capable of aiming with an eye that is covered by an eyepatch.
  • Birthmark of Destiny: On the back of her left hand.
  • Broken Bird: After being betrayed by those she considered her family and friends, Fremy is cold, cynical and refuses to trust others.
  • Byronic Heroine: Morally neutral? Check. Largely concerned with personal interests? Check. Tragic past that still torments her? Oh yeah. Guilty of crimes? Check. An exile? Check. Attractive? Check. Introspective loner? Check. Cynical, jaded, brooding and self-destructive? Definitely.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: Shows shades of this, as she's clearly not happy when she sees Adlet getting along with his old friend Rolonia.
  • Cold Sniper: Has a cold attitude and is ready to shoot anyone acting suspicious.
  • Cry Cute: She breaks down in tears when she admits Adlet has gained her trust, even though she swore to herself never to trust anyone again.
  • Cute Little Fangs: The manga gives her one.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: In the past, Fremy assassinated several really powerful and well known warriors and Saints to obey Tgurneu's orders and prove her worth as an half Kyoma. However, she finally faced a problem a few months before the Majin's awakening against Chamo. Fremy barely managed to escape alive from her encounter with Chamo. Because she was unable to accomplish her most important mission, she was deemed useless by her mother and the other Kyoma who then tried to kill her as well. Feeling betrayed by her own world as well as everything she loved, she then gained the strong resolution of killing the Majin, and finally received one of the heroes of six flower's mark.
  • Death Glare: She specializes in this.
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: Warms up to Adlet and the other Heroes over the course of the story.
  • Disappeared Dad: She never knew her human father.
  • Emotionless Girl: She rarely shows any emotion and speaks in a deadpan voice.
  • Eyepatch of Power: Wears an eyepatch which hides her pink right eye.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: She wears one fingerless glove in her right hand and one normal elbow-length one in her left hand.
  • Flower in Her Hair: She wears a blue flower in her hair.
  • Guns Are Worthless: The one aversion in their world. Guns were only recently invented and see minimal use due to low firepower. Judging by the description of her gun, its abilities and how other guns in the world work, it seems likely that she simply uses a rifle while everyone else uses front loaded muskets.
  • The Gunslinger: Goes with being the Saint of Gunpowder. In this world, guns aren't powerful enough to injure a Kyoma, but in Fremy's case, she can easily kill most of the kyouma as well as most armored humans in one single shot.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Half Kyoma.
  • Having a Blast: Her power allows her to create explosives.
  • Heroes Love Dogs: Fremy likes dogs and had one as a pet when she was younger.
  • Hero Killer: Was the Six Flower Killer before her Heel–Face Turn.
  • Hope Is Scary: Fremy only lives to kill the Majin and get her revenge on the Kyouma that betrayed her. She says that since she won't be accepted by either the Kyouma or the human world, she's planning to die after killing the Majin. So when Adlet offers her to create a place for her once the fight is over, Fremy briefly loses it and tries to kill him before she starts to trust him and he gives her hope. Once that fails and Adlet does gain her complete trust, Fremy claims to hate him because being with him makes her want to live on.
  • Horned Humanoid: Fremy used to have a horn on the right side of her forehead, that she cut off after she was betrayed by the Kyoma.
  • I Work Alone: Initially as a Hero, she wanted to fight alone. Adlet started to change her mind.
  • Icy Blue Eyes: Her left eye is almost transparent blue and her glare is cold and distrustful.
  • Ineffectual Loner: She wants to fight alone and never trust anyone because she's afraid that she will be betrayed and abandoned by those she cares about again. However, because of Adlet she ends up joining the other Heroes anyway and slowly begins to trust Adlet.
  • Intimate Healing: At the end of the first arc to save Adlet from his injuries, she gives him a tonic through her mouth via a kiss.
  • Interspecies Romance: With Adlet.
  • Karma Houdini: Faces no punishment for the countless heroes she has killed and the plot point is quickly brushed aside.
  • Mark of the Supernatural: Her left eye is blue, her right eye is pink. Another hint that she's a half Kyoma.
  • Mystical White Hair: Her hair is white, which hints at her supernatural origins as a half Kyoma.
  • Never Be Hurt Again: She tries to distance herself from others and refuses to trust anyone because she's afraid of suffering the pain of being betrayed and abandoned again.
  • The Lancer: Always supports Adlet and contrasts him.
  • Long-Range Fighter: She specializes in long ranged combat. Because her gun need to be reloaded after every fired shot, she's weak in close combat.
  • Love Hurts:
    • She was birthed by the Kyoma to serve a purpose and when she failed was cast aside. The betrayal itself doesn't bother her, but rather that they acted like they cared about her and made her feel she was one of them.
    • She eventually grows to trust Adlet and care about his wellbeing, indirectly admitting that she probably loves him. However, this angers her because it just puts her in emotional pain from worrying about him. Worse, it turns out he was brainwashed into loving her and once the effect wears off and he finds out Fremy killed his sister, their relationship falls apart.
  • No Social Skills: Mora looks at her and Rolonia interact and muses that between them the timid one might actually be Fremy, who doesn't know how to interact with anyone except by pushing them away.
  • Not So Different: Adlet realizes he and Fremy are similar because they both want to kill the Majin to get their revenge against the Kyoma.
  • Odd Friendship: With Rolonia.
  • Opposites Attract: With Adlet. Fremy is the aloof and quiet gunner whereas Adlet is the extremely passionate and talkative swordfighter.
  • Protectorate: To Adlet.
  • Quick Draw: As her last name suggests, Fremy is fast to draw her gun.
  • The Quiet One: She isn't one who likes to talk.
  • Red Baron: The Six Flower Killer.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue to Adlet's red.
  • Rei Ayanami Expy: White hair? Check. Blue eye(s)? Check. Pale skin? Check. Eyepatch that covers her right eye? Check. Stoic and cold demeanor? Check. Mysterious and troubled past? Check. Not quite human? Check. Defrosting love interest? Check. Connection to one of the main villains of the story? Check. Issues with a parent? Check.
  • Revenge: Wants to kill the Majin to take her revenge because of the Kyoma who manipulated her and lied about her being loved.
  • Sacrificed Basic Skill for Awesome Training: Been trained since her childhood to become a strong warrior and had lived with Kyoma, due to this there are a lot of common things she doesn't know.
  • Sealed in a Person-Shaped Can: Hosts the God of Gunpowder.
  • Shotguns Are Just Better: Her weapon.
  • Single Woman Seeks Good Man: She develops feelings for Adlet because he's a good-natured man who truly wants to protect her from anything and repeatedly shows her she can trust him.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Her name is spelled as either Fremy, Fremie or Flamie.
  • The Stoic: She rarely shows any emotions, but eventually learns to be more expressive as the story progresses.
  • Stripperific: She doesn't wear a shirt, only a strip of cloth across her chest.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: She's cold, distant and cynical, but deep down she's a nice and kind-hearted girl who just doesn't want to be hurt again. Adlet lampshades it very well.
    Adlet: You've become extremely kind...You could have been this nice from the beginning.
  • Tyke-Bomb: She was raised to be an assassin for the Kyoma and kill potential heroes in order to revive the Majin.
  • Underboobs: Her top leaves the undersides of her breasts exposed.
  • "Well Done, Daughter!" Girl: In her past, she did everything she could to make her Kyoma mother proud of her. Realizing that her mother not only would never acknowledge but never loved her in the first place left a huge emotional scar in Fremy.
  • What Is This Thing You Call "Love"?: When Mora asks her if she loves Adlet, Fremy answers that she doesn't know what that is and she doesn't like how her newfound feelings make her worried about him all the time.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: She was an assassin in the past. She's not evil now, but she's aloof and dangerous.
  • Will Not Tell a Lie: Fremy never lies about her identity and past, even though the truth will certainly turn others against her.

    Nashetania Loui Piena Augustra
Voiced by: Yoko Hikasa (Japanese), Abby Trott (English)

The first princess of Piena and the Saint of Blades. She can create and manipulate swarms of sharp blades, as well as using them to form shapes like walls and barriers.

  • Absolute Cleavage: Her outfit shows a significant portion of her chest.
  • Action Girl: Despite looking like a Naïve Newcomer to fighting Kyoma's, she proves to be a deadly fighter. When she thought Adlet was the traitor and attacked him, Adlet admitted she was "scary strong".
  • Ambiguous Innocence: Due to the beliefs taught to her by Dozzu, her mother, and many others at such a young age, she has very little understanding of morality, if any.
  • Animal-Eared Headband: Wears one with rabbit ears.
  • Animal Motifs: Rabbits.
  • An Arm and a Leg: She loses her left arm in Volume 3.
  • Badass in Distress: She was captured by Tgurneu's underling and almost died in the third volume.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Don't let her sweet princess act fool you. Nashetania is actually a twisted Manipulative Bitch who will readily sacrifice thousands of lives in the name of creating a "world of peace" for both humans and Kyoma.
  • Birthmark of Destiny: On her collarbone. It's fake.
  • Blade Spam: As the Saint of Blades, her fighting style consists of swarming enemies with massive amounts of magic-spawned blades.
  • Blue-and-Orange Morality: She somehow thinks that Goldof is completely content with being manipulated and deceived. The idea that any of her actions might be evil or wrong doesn't even register in her mind.
  • Braids of Action: Wears her hair in a long braid.
  • Broken Pedestal: To Goldof. Once she's revealed to be the Seventh, Nashetania's real self turns out to be far from the pure, innocent princess Goldof adored. And despite that, Goldof can't bring himself to hate her for it.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Quite literally. She has what appears to be bunny ears and she's rather eccentric, but she's especially talented in combat. Particularly with magic.
  • Cute and Psycho: She at first seems to be just a cute, quirky princess, but she's soon revealed to be quite unhinged. She considers sacrificing over 500,000 lives to not be a big deal.
  • The Cynic: Somehow manages to be this and a Wide-Eyed Idealist at the same time. She knows more than anyone about the Crapsack World they live in, and she admits to Rolonia that she would love to save everyone, but she also believes that that's an impossibility, and that true peace can only come about as a result of sacrifice.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: During a civil war of some sort, she was ordered to be executed by her own father. Her mother, brother, and many of her other relatives were killed, and she was forced to be on the run for a long time, always fearing for her life. After her true nature is revealed, it's not exactly hard to see the reason for this.
  • Dissonant Serenity: After being exposed as the Seventh Hero, Nashetania calmly confesses her plans, as well as her intention to sacrifice about 500,000 lives, all with a serene, smiley expression on her face.
  • Don't Call Me "Sir": Doesn't seem to like the formal way Goldof treats her, especially now that they are supposed to be equal companions.
  • Enemy Mine: She and Dozzu pull one at the end of volume 3 after being rescued, although she makes it clear that it's only until they defeat Tgurneu.
  • Evil Costume Switch: After being exposed as the Seventh and becoming a direct enemy to the Heroes.
  • Face of an Angel, Mind of a Demon: At first glance, Nashetania is a cute, harmless girl in a bunny outfit. In reality, she is a twisted, manipulative and unhinged Totalitarian Utilitarian completely willing to resort to genocide to accomplish her plans.
  • Fan of Underdog: While Adlet became infamous with most people for the way he interrupted the tournament in Piena and his "cowardly" fighting style, Nashetania says she became his fan because of it. However, that just turned out to be a lie. She only said that to get on his good side, so that she could trick and manipulate him later. In actuality, she just thought he was an idiot who was easy to fool. And that turned out to be as far from the truth as you can get.
  • Foil: To Goldof. Both characters use each other for their own benefit in different ways, Goldof to keep his emotional issues under control, and Nashetania to kill the other heroes. But while Goldof's love and loyalty to the princess is completely genuine, Nashetania seemingly thinks of Goldof as nothing more than a pawn.
  • The Gadfly: Has quite a bit of fun messing with people. Perhaps a little too much fun.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Half Kyouma, like Fremy. Unlike Fremy however, she wasn't born a half-breed. Rather, she was artificially infused with several Kyouma parts and organs, which granted her several unique Kyouma abilities.
  • Hartman Hips: Her hips are wider than her shoulders.
  • Healing Factor: Fused with a Kyoma granting her enhanced healing.
  • Innocently Insensitive: In Volume 4, she quickly changes the subject from Adlet's friends and family being turned into undead creatures to "more important matters", such as finding out a way to defeat the one controlling them. When Rolonia reacts with anger, Nashetania is left genuinely clueless and apologetic.
  • It Runs in the Family: Turns out that the views she holds aren't just exclusive to her, but to the rest of her family as well. Her father, the king, is apparently the only exception to this, which is why when he found out, he ordered them all to be executed.
  • King Incognito: She made herself pass as a maid when she went to meet Adlet at his cell.
  • Knight Templar: Blinded by her Utopia Justifies the Means ideals and self-righteousness, Nashetania is perfectly willing to get rid of anyone that gets in her way to create "true peace" and she will take as many lives as she sees necessary without seeing anything wrong in her horrible actions.
  • Lack of Empathy: For the most part. While Nashetania doesn't give one iota of a crap about the lives of 500,000 people, she seems to show genuine concern for Adlet in Volume 4 when he finds out the people from his village have been turned into corpse soldiers. Mora and Fremy understandably find this bizarre, especially since she had just tried to brutally murder Adlet in cold blood only a few days earlier.
  • Lady and Knight: The Lady to Goldof's Knight.
  • Light Is Not Good: Dressed in bright attire, mostly of white and yellow. In reality, she's a twisted and screwed up individual. Not that she's really aware.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: To Goldof and she knows it very well.
  • Manipulative Bitch: She adapts herself to others in order to easily deceive them and to incite them into doing what she wants.
  • A Million Is a Statistic: It says a lot when someone says 500,000 is a very small number.
  • The Mole: She's the seventh hero impostor, but she's not on the side of the Majin. She's more of a Wild Card trying to create peace between humanity and the Kyoma.
  • Morality Chain: While his love and devotion towards her is genuine, it could also be said that Goldof uses Nashetania to keep his mental issues in check.
  • Murder Is the Best Solution: Nashetania is dead-set on her methods and believes them to be the only way, and refuses to consider other options.
  • Obliviously Evil: Seems to genuinely believe that all her horrible actions are perfectly acceptable since she's ultimately acting for the greater good.
  • Overly Long Name: Nashetania Louie Piena Augustra.
  • Pet the Dog: For as much enjoyment as she gets from tricking people, it's lightly implied in later volumes that she might at least care about Goldof and Adlet to a degree. Played with, in that she would still think nothing of manipulating and killing them if it would help her achieve her goals, which just goes to show how screwed up she is.
  • Protectorate: To Goldof.
  • Psychopathic Womanchild: She gets a childish sense of glee from hurting and tricking others, and is too caught up in having fun with it to really notice how damaging her actions truly are.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her braid reaches down her waist.
  • Rebellious Princess: She says she has always been a troublemaker and usually gets her servants angry with her antics.
  • Royal Rapier: Uses it to creates her blades, bonus point for being a princess.
  • Sealed in a Person-Shaped Can: Hosts the God of Blades.
  • The Sociopath: While she does show genuine empathy for others on a couple of occassions, the fact that she sees zero problem with sacrificing the lives of 500,000 people to achieve her dream, even calling it an extremely tiny number, says a lot. She also gets quite a bit of sadistic pleasure from using people like tools.
  • Tautological Templar: Nothing you say or do will convince her she's wrong and what she does in the name of "true peace" is horrible.
  • The Tease: At one point, she demands that Goldof look at her chest, where her Brave flower is located, to see if any of the other Braves had died yet. Since Goldof could've just checked his own, it's likely she did that just to screw with him, fully aware of his feelings toward her.
  • Token Evil Teammate: She rejoins the group in Volume 4, although the other heroes know to keep an eye on her this time.
  • Tomboy Princess: Well known in her kingdom for this.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Throughout the first book, she initially has difficulty taking down Kyoumas due to her lack of actual combat experience, but is later able to give Adlet a serious run for his money when she believes he's the 7th. Subverted, as her first showing was nothing more than an act on her part. She's been a pretty bloodthirsty combatant since before the start of the series.
  • Totalitarian Utilitarian: She claims she ultimately wishes to create a world where humans and Kyoma can peacefully coexist. However, her plan to accomplish it involves the death of more than 500,000 people. Even Goldof believes her ideals will bring about the end of the world.
  • The Unfettered: Anything that'll help her reach her ultimate goals, she'll do without batting an eye. Likewise, anything or anyone that might interfere is considered disposable.
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: People rarely remark on her bunny ears. Despite her being the only person shown who has such an appearance, everyone seems to act as if it's perfectly normal.
    Hans Humpty: "I'd really like to listen to the bunny girl."
    Goldoff: "That's the princess of Piena..."
  • Unwitting Pawn: Goldof suspects that Dozzu is just using her, and that his goals are actually separate from hers. It's unknown if this is actually the case.
  • Utopia Justifies the Means: She was raised in and indoctrinated by a cult of people who thought exactly like this, including her mother. Any sacrifice, no matter how big or small, is worth it in the quest for eternal peace.
  • Walking Spoiler: After the first arc, not much can be said about Nashetania without revealing she's the first Seventh and she takes the role of an active antagonist to the Heroes in later arcs.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: She sees nothing wrong with her actions, as to her manipulation, murder and even genocide are perfectly acceptable as long as they are in the name of a greater good. Nashetania claims to be working to create a world where humans and Kyoma can live peacefully together. But according to her plan, the death of some heroes are necessary, as well as the death of more than 500,000 people.
  • Wide-Eyed Idealist: Has a rather innocent and idealistic view of the world. Disturbingly, this doesn't change when she reveals her true personality. She believes everyone and everything will be fine and dandy once she successfully follows through with her plan involving the deaths of 500,000 people. She doesn't consider how a human-Kyouma coexistence could possibly end badly.
  • Wild Card
  • Zettai Ryouiki: She wears white thigh-high stockings.

    Goldof Auora
Voiced by: Kouki Uchiyama (Japanese), Ray Chase (English)

The head of the Black Horns Knights from the country of Piena, and is completely loyal to its princess, Nashetania. He's said to be the strongest person in Piena, and wields a Swiss Army Weapon that combines elements of sword, spear, and chain.

  • Always Save the Girl: Protecting Nashetania is his top priority.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: Most of the other heroes are strange in their own way, but in Goldof's case it's a bit hard to exactly pinpoint why. But taking into account his quiet nature, his almost random fits of brutal violence when he was younger, his almost unnaturally heavy emotional dependence on Nashetania, and it's clear that something's not quite right with him.
  • Animal Motifs: Sheep. Not as obvious as Nashetania or Hans, but the horns on Goldof's helmet resemble those of a ram.
  • Badass Baritone: In the English dub, courtesy of Ray Chase. It serves to emphasize the dissonance between his appearance and his youth.
  • The Berserker: His unpredictable bouts of violence have been described as "a dark fire in his heart", and in his youth he would savagely beat people either out of provocation or self-defense. Meeting Nashetania calmed that part of him, but it's still definitely there.
  • Berserk Button: Don't harm the princess.
  • BFS: Her weapon of choice
  • The Big Guy: The largest member and the strongest physically, also one of the best fighters.
  • Birthmark of Destiny: On his right arm.
  • Blade on a Stick: Fights with a spear.
  • Blessed With Suck: Born gifted with incredible strength but this coupled with the dark fire inside him ruined his childhood.
  • Bodyguard Crush: As a knight of Piena, it's his duty to protect its princess Nashetania. He clearly protects her out of something more than a sense of duty, though.
  • Chain Pain: Has one attached to his spear.
  • The Champion: His complete loyalty and devotion to Nashetania always come first to him no matter what. It's later played with: he remains painfully loyal to her even after she's revealed to be The Mole, but Goldof doesn't agree with her ideals and while he refuses to turn against her, he doesn't intend to let her win either.
  • Conflicting Loyalty: Between his loyalty towards Nashetania and his sense of duty towards the other Braves. For all of his devotion towards Nashetania, he fully believes that her ideals will bring about the end of the world, meaning that he's hesitant to actually help her with anything (let alone killing the other Braves), but also can't bring himself to turn his back on her either.
  • Cool Helmet: The Helmet of Truth, always with him.
  • Creepy Child: Born with abnormal strength, and mental issues.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: As a child, he was a very low class citizen who lived in the slums, with a petty thief for a father and a missing mother, and he was feared and hated by everyone because of his strength and the dark fire in his heart. Because he was so shunned and feared, he would frequently be attacked by other people, and even though it was in self-defense, he would always beat them much more harshly than he meant to. He eventually grew to hate himself and felt he didn't deserve to live. But meeting Nashetania helped him get through everything.
  • Declaration of Protection: Towards Nashetania, as should go without saying.
  • Determinator: If Nashetania's in danger, nothing will stop Goldof from protecting her, to the point where Nashetania claims that the strongest isn't Hans or Chamo but Goldof when he's trying to save her. In volume 3, he manages to fight off Fremy, Adlet, and Rolonia without putting in much effort to keep them from going after Nashetania.
  • Devoted to You: Goldof is completely devoted to Nashetania. And she exploits this fact so very hard.
  • Does Not Know His Own Strength: Definitely seems like it sometimes. He attempts to interrogate a Kyouma for information about anything related to the plans of Tgurneu, the Seventh, or Nashetania's whereabouts. He accidentally tears it to pieces with his bare hands.
  • The Dreaded: He was infamous in his childhood for his abnormal strength and the brutal fights he would get involved with (and sometimes start).
  • Dumb Muscle: Subverted. He's quiet and might look simple-minded, but he's more intelligent than you'd think. He manages to figure out everything that was going on in Volume 3 even faster than Adlet and Hans. That said, he was privy to a bit more information than they were, so you could say he had a handicap.
  • Extreme Doormat: Subverted. He can certainly come across as one with his passive nature and dependence on Nashetania, but it's eventually made clear that he does have his own opinions. He himself exploits this view of him to trick Nashetania note  when she asks him to die for her and he pretends to agree.
  • The Giant: Very large.
  • The Gift: Born with incredible talent as a fighter and monstrous strength.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: He's obviously not happy about Nashetania' apparent fondness of Adlet. Once her status as the first fake is revealed, he gets over it rather quickly, although he has other issues to deal with by that point.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Seemed to have a disturbing case of this as a child; Volume 3 notes that while he was generally a quiet boy, he sometimes beat people up "for extremely petty reasons". He's managed to rein in his temper- more or less- by the time the main story starts, thanks to Nashetania's influence.
  • Happily Adopted: Takes the Auora name after becoming a knight of Piena.
  • Heroic BSoD: He remains in one for all of the second volume after Nashetania's betrayal.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: He just wanted to live a normal and happy life, but his strength and the dark fire in his heart prevented that. Once he met Nashetania and he started to serve under her, he was able to suppress his rage, and he grew grateful that his terrifying strength would allow him to protect someone rather than hurt them.
  • Just a Kid: Inverted. Adlet's reminded that, at the end of the day, Goldof is still just a sixteen-year-old kid when he admits that literally all he wanted was to see Nashetania again, with no ulterior motives.
  • Lady and Knight: The Knight to Nashetania's Lady.
  • Lightning Bruiser: He's extremely strong, durable and yet fast and agile despite his heavy armor.
  • Love Martyr: The Reveal that Nashetania was The Mole made him realize that he didn't know the true personality of the princess, but he still loves her and is very loyal to her. In volume 3, he acknowledges and considers even that she might be lying to him to kill him but he can't resolve himself to not help her.
  • Made of Iron: Vol. 3 shows just how much damage he can take and still keep going, with Tgurneu and Dozzu both being amazed by his endurance.
  • Manly Tears: Volume 3, when Nashetania asks for his help and when he thinks that he might just be a tool for her.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: His dynamic with Nashetania after she becomes a Broken Pedestal for him- by betraying the other heroes and confessing that her plan to achieve peace involved killing half a million people- plays with this trope. He still can't hate her and is dead-set on not harming or abandoning her, though he fully intends to stop her plans from coming into fruition.
  • Not Evil, Just Misunderstood: A source of conflict between him and the other Braves after Nashetania's betrayal. Him not caring enough to deflect any suspicions cast on him and acting erratically in Vol. 3 with no explanation ultimately lead to the other Braves believing that he's a traitor, when in reality he just wants to save everyone there.
  • No Social Skills: Not as extreme as some other examples, but Goldof isn't much of a people person. He's a bit better around Nashetania, but not by much.
  • Poor Communication Kills: Fails to tell any of the other heroes about what's going on with Dozzu and Nashetania in Volume 3, and Chamo nearly dies as a result.
  • The Quiet One: Doesn't speak often. This ends up causing a lot of trouble and confusion in Volume 3.
  • Satellite Character: His character is mostly defined by his loyalty to Nashetania and his relationship to her.
  • Son of a Whore: His mom that he never met.
  • The Stoic: The only time he really will speak if when it comes to things like Nashetania.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: He's stoic and reserved, but he clearly loves Nashetania and cares about her.
  • Undying Loyalty: His love for Nashetania has come and gone over the years, but his loyalty has remained constant. He refuses to turn against her even after it's clear that she plans to commit terrible atrocities, though he doesn't intend to actually let her win either.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: He was very strong even when he was a kid and hadn't learnt to fight with the knights.
  • Unstoppable Rage: You don't want Goldof's dark fire to flare...
  • Unwitting Pawn: Played with. He falls into various traps in Vol. 3, but he was fully aware of them from the beginning. And though he's distraught when he realizes how much he's been playing into Tgurneu's hands, Tgurneu also fully believes that it's impossible for Goldof to save Nashetania—and is ultimately proven wrong when Goldof does just that.
  • Use Your Head: Head-butted his father at eight.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: Besides a strip of armor, there's nothing covering his front.
  • Wild Card: He's trying to keep everyone safe and prioritizes Nashetania's safety over the heroes or even the world, but is not willing to actually assist her in her plans. He just wants everyone to make it out of this mess alive.
  • Younger Than He Looks: Goldof is only 16 years old, but looks older because his Heroic Build developed at a young age. The only part of him that looks his age is his face, which is noted to be quite at contrast to the rest of him.

    Chamo Rosso
Voiced by: Ai Kakuma (Japanese), Kira Buckland (English)

The Saint of Swamps, and is said to be the most powerful person in history besides the Saint of One Flower. She can eat animals and Kyoma many times larger than herself before spitting them back out as loyal minions.

  • Ambiguous Innocence: She's rarely ever been disciplined for some of her cruel actions, so she doesn't quite understand the severity of them.
  • Arrogant Kung Fu Girl: Let's just say that being known as one of the most powerful beings in history has made her quite overconfident. She actually thinks she could defeat the Majin on her own and the other Braves are just extra weight that she will get rid of if they get in her way.
  • Badass Adorable
  • Badass in Distress: The blade gem nearly killed her in volume 3.
  • The Beastmaster: Her power as the Saint of Swamp allows her to eat any animal or kyouma interesting her. She then uses the components eaten to either create new pets or to alter/reinforce the pets that she already tamed. Her pets range from creatures as small as mouses to creatures bigger than a human, and they all live in her stomach, where she can freely heal and alter them. When she needs to summon the pets, she uses the green foxtail to make herself vomit the pets needed. Her pets are completely loyal to her and will act of their own will to protect her even by sacrificing themselves.
  • The Big Girl: The strongest of the group, her Jyuma are considerably useful when they are fighting.
  • Birthmark of Destiny: On her right leg.
  • Black Hole Belly: Her stomach is like a swamp in which she can store anything.
  • Blush Sticker: She has two permanently rosy spots on her cheeks.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: Selfish, immature, impatient and bratty. This girl has serious attitude problems.
  • Break the Haughty: In Volume 3, she experienced the fear of death for the first time when Nashetania activated the blade gem.
  • Character Development: While she initially starts as a psychotic half pint who wouldn't hesitate to kill if anyone annoyed her, as the series progresses she continues to make threats but won't act on it unless she is ordered to. This is seen when she sits with Dozzu and Nashetania, both of which gave her legitimate reasons to kill them, but she doesn't do anything against them due to the potential information the group could learn from them. Also while initially seen as a potential problem due to her temper she is one of the main reasons that the Six Heroes are able to function in enemy territory, her ability to create hordes of monsters to fight other hordes of monsters gives the Six Heroes the space and time they need in major battles. Overall, she grows less trigger-happy and more cooperative with the rest of the group.
  • Creepy Child: Chamo is very unstable and won't hesitate to kill anyone who annoys her.
  • Cute and Psycho: This little girl will threaten to kill you while wearing a cute and innocent look in her face.
  • Does Not Know Her Own Strength: Accidentally killed her opponent during a tournament.
  • The Dreaded: Because of Chamo's grotesque and tremendous power and unstable personality, she is extremely feared by her enemies and her comrades. Adlet and Hans find this out firsthand when she attacks them out of boredom, with the former mentioning he knew why Fremy ran off when attempting to assassinate Chamo before.
  • Enfante Terrible: Don't underestimate her for her young appearance and age. Chamo is an extremely powerful warrior who will brutally kill her enemies with a smile on her face.
  • Extreme Omnivore: Can eat anything with her powers.
  • Improbable Age: She became the Saint of Swamp at the age of 7, and now is known as the most powerful warrior of her era with only 14 years of age.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Uses foxtail grass to vomits her Jyuma.
    • That said, she doesn't actually need the foxtail grass to use her power. It's just easier than using her finger to do it.
  • It Amused Me: Even after Adlet's suspicion by Hans is cleared up, she proceeds to attack both of them anyway, stating that she was bored of being stuck with "nothing to play with" inside the barrier and guessing who the seventh brave was. She then says she'll keep killing the other braves until the barrier is finally released if it turns out to not be either of them.
  • Little Miss Badass: Could you believe the most powerful warrior of the current era was a little 14 year-old girl?
  • Murder Is the Best Solution: Bored and frustrated with spending so much time within the fog barrier, Chamo figures that the easiest way to solve the problem of the 7th is just to kill everyone. Except for Mora. Killing is generally Chamo's go-to solution for everything, until character development kicks in.
  • Nice Hat: She wears a buffoon hat.
  • Odd Friendship: She starts getting very attached to Hans later on. She gets absolutely pissed when Mora kills him (temporarily).
  • Older Than She Looks: Looks (and acts, due to being spoiled and rarely disciplined) like she's 8. Is actually 14.
  • One-Woman Army: She can summon an entire army of her monsters and they can regenerate, which is one of the reasons facing Chamo is so frightening.
  • Pet the Dog: Definitely not a pleasant child, but at the very least she deeply cares for her pets, as shown in volume 2 when she starts breaking down and crying when Tgurneu poisons them.
  • Precocious Crush: Hans speculates that this is what caused Chamo to continue trusting him even after he was accused of being the seventh in Volume 6.
  • Sealed in a Person-Shaped Can: For the God of Swamps.
  • Skilled, but Naïve: Chamo is the strongest of the heroes, but her lack of experience tends to reduce her effectiveness.
  • Smug Super: She's convinced she's the strongest, so in her mind she's deserved the right to be conceited. A number of losses and spending nearly all of Volume 3 on the brink of death has knocked her down a few pegs.
  • Sociopathic Hero: She may be one of the chosen Heroes, but Chamo has no qualms about brutally killing anyone that gets in her way or simply deciding to kill every other Hero besides Mora when she gets tired of suspecting who is the Seventh. She mostly grows out of this, thankfully.
  • Spoiled Brat: Simultaneously pampered and feared by others because of her strength, she's used to doing whatever the hell she wants with nobody talking back to her. Mora is the only one who knows to punish her when she does something wrong (and as such is the only one Chamo is afraid of), but that hasn't prevented Chamo from developing a selfish and bratty personality.
  • Squishy Wizard: Despite her tremendous power, Chamo doesn't possess any fighting skills besides summoning her monsters. If her opponent manages to get through her pets and attack her, Chamo is screwed.
  • Surpassed the Teacher: Mora was her teacher but she's stronger than her.
  • Tagalong Kid: The only child among the Braves. The others are either late teenagers or adults.
  • Third-Person Person: Always refers to herself in third-person.
  • Token Mini-Moe: The youngest member of the Heroes.
  • Underestimating Badassery: Assured of her vast superiority, she doesn't take Hans and Adlet as threats. While she does manage to give them some trouble, they manage to take her out relatively quickly.
  • Your Days Are Numbered: The blade gem would have killed her in a few hours.
  • The Worf Effect: She's prone to this, despite her reputation as the most powerful person of her era. She gets knocked out by Hans and Adlet in her first fight and Nashetania nearly killed her with the blade gem in Volume 3.
  • World's Best Warrior: She is the most powerful warrior of her era.
  • Zerg Rush: Her standard tactic of defeating opponents is just overwhelming them with her Jyuma. It's also her only tactic because she's too simple-minded and inexperienced to come up with anything more complex than that. It works against most Kyouma and warriors just fine, but against really strong or clever fighters like Adlet, Hans, and Tgurneu not so much.

    Mora Chester
Voiced by: Rina Sato (Japanese), Wendee Lee (English)

The very respected Saint of the Mountain as well as the head of the Temple of the Whole World, the organization supervising the Saints. As such, she's in charge of making sure that the 78 Saints don't use god's powers for evil deeds, as well as organizing the training of promising new appointed Saints for the coming battle against the Majin. She possesses a variety of abilities, chief among them Super Strength.

  • Action Girl: Arguably the deadliest fighter in the group. She could easily kill someone with her strength and Adlet choses to run rather then even try to fight her when she thinks he's the traitor.
  • Action Mom: After giving birth to Sheniera.
  • Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: She's one of the more down-to-earth members among the Braves.
  • Amazonian Beauty: She's very muscular and attractive. Downplayed since her outfit doesn't show it off, but it's visible in some of the official art or in some shots of her Birthmark of Destiny that shows off her toned back.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: Only fights with her iron gauntlets.
  • Berserk Button: When Adlet is first believed to be the seventh, she suggests simply taking him captive and getting any information they can out of him. After he takes Fremy hostage for his escape, she always advocates killing him without letting him speak first because she's convinced that he's a lying scumbag. His actions remind her of Tgurneu's threats against her daughter, though he eventually does prove his innocence and she has to grudgingly admit that he's innocent.
  • Big Bad Ensemble: Despite not being an evil character, along with Nashetania she's the main antagonist of the first novel (what was adapted in the anime), with her being the character that antagonizes Adlet the most through the course of the novel and the one who forces the other Braves to go after him, while Nashetania acts as a passive Hidden Villain that sets the trap that confined the Braves and tries to foil their advance to the peninsula where the Majin is located.
  • Big Good: Due to her experience, she's the one leading the other Braves, and they tend to obey her orders most of the time. Unlike other examples, she can be quite twisted and even antagonistic when she wants.
  • Birthmark of Destiny: On the small of her back.
  • Boobs of Steel: Has by far the biggest breasts among the female cast of the series, and is the strongest physical fighter among them (and maybe among the whole group as well).
  • Broken Pedestal: To Chamo. At first, Mora is the only Brave Chamo cares about and respects to some level, and the only one Chamo can be sure she can trust. After Mora lies about Hans getting injured by Adlet, is ultimately proven wrong about Adlet, and then when she's revealed to be a traitor in Volume 2, Chamo loses almost all of her faith and trust in Mora, and generally listens to Adlet and Hans more from that point on.
  • The Chessmaster: Vol. 2 is basically about her trying to manipulate the Braves so that they don't realize that she's a traitor, as well as revealing that she's been plotting for years how to kill and revive a Brave. So far, she's also the only character to successfully outwit Tgurneu.
  • Combat Medic: Besides having several figthing powers as the Saint of the Mountain, she's capable of healing others thanks to her knowledge of herbs.
  • Contralto of Danger: Presents the deepest voice among the other female Braves, befitting her status as the most experienced of the group.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Downplayed. Both her eyes and hair are blue, but his hair presents a darker shade of blue, while her eyes are lightly colored.
  • Determinator: A very dark example. Like the very mountains she represents, she's static and rigid, and, once she sets her mind on something, she will not yield in her decisions no matter the situation, even if that means killing a teammate. She's so stubborn that she didn't stop going after Adlet (even after other Braves start to defend his innocence) until there were irrefutable proofs that he wasn't the traitor, as she believed.
  • Drill Sergeant Nasty: She has shades of this when training new Saints.
  • Forced into Evil: Kill a Brave or her daughter dies, thanks to Tgurneu.
  • Good Is Not Nice: In spite of leading the Braves and being determined to defeat the Majin, she has no problem lying, manipulating or killing other people (including her fellow Braves) in order to fulfill her goals.
  • Happily Married: With Gunner.
  • Mama Bear: Mora is very scary when her daughter is in danger. She also considers some of the other heroes to be her children as well, in a way, so she can be very protective of them as well, although she wouldn't go to quite the same extremes for them as she would her own daughter.
  • Morality Pet: For Chamo in the first arc, to an extent. She's notably the only Brave Chamo seems to have any fondness for. However, several questionable actions from Mora change that.
  • Older Than She Looks: Mora is in her thirties but looks younger. Lampshaded by Marmanna.
  • The Only One I Trust: Mora is the only Brave Chamo is sure is not the Seventh.
  • Please Kill Me If It Satisfies You: After she successfully has Hans killed and brought back to life, she's entirely willing to let the other Braves kill her in vengeance, knowing that she can no longer be trusted.
  • Power Fist: Her iron gauntlets.
  • Pragmatic Hero: Lies about Adlet nearly killing Hans to convince everyone else once and for all that he's the Seventh.
  • Red Herring Mole: In the first arc, Mora's insistence that Adlet is the Seventh and they must get rid of him as soon as possible, as well as the way she tries to get everyone against him makes it look like she might be The Mole, but at the end turns out it's Nashetania. In the second arc, even she thinks she's the fake, but the end of the arc shows that she's one of only a few who definitely isn't: Tgurneu blew up when he said she was the seventh, which was the penalty for breaking his word and lying.
  • Sadistic Choice: In volume 2, it's revealed that Tgurneu implanted a deadly parasite in Mora's daughter, and that the only way to save her was to either kill Tgurneu himself (which later proves to be impossible) or one of the other heroes.
  • Sealed in a Person-Shaped Can: Hosts the God of Mountains.
  • Toplessness from the Back: Her Crest Of The Six Flowers is located on the small of her back, so any shot of said Crest results in this trope, like this shot from the OP.
  • Short Hair with Tail: Her hairstyle is mostly short, with a portion of the back grown much longer.
  • Skilled, but Naïve: She's strong, intelligent and brave, but she isn't good at dealing with tricks or misdirection. In the first arc she fails to realize that someone can use underhanded or indirect means without being evil and in the second she falls right into Tgurneu's traps because she isn't suspicious enough to pay attention to his words or actions.
  • Swiss-Army Superpower: The Saint of the Mountains has various powers unlike the other Saints:
  • Take a Third Option: Not wanting to lose her daughter or potentially doom the world, she instead satisfies the contract she made with Tgurneu by killing Hans and then having Rolonia revive him. However, since she herself knew that her plan wasn't certain to work, it could also be said that she ultimately chose her daughter over the world.
  • Team Mom: As long as she doesn't suspect them of being the Seventh, Mora acts as a caring, if strict mother figure to the other Braves. It helps she's the oldest member and an actual mother.
  • Treasure Chest Cavity: A magic jewel has been implanted in her solar plexus with the cooperation of the Saint of Fire. Using it will cause an explosion of heat and magma to erupt from it. Needless to say, this would kill Mora in the process.
  • The Unfettered: She's on the side of the good, and, unlike Hans, she has a (slightly) better moral compass, but she's willing to commit unheroic acts if the serve to the greater good.
  • Xanatos Speed Chess: At first, she genuinely thinks that Adlet is the Seventh, and does everything she can to have him killed. But after he goes out of his way to definitively prove Fremy's innocence even when he's about to be killed, Mora then believes he's a legitimate hero, but pretends to continue thinking otherwise since she figures that would be her best chance to kill one of the heroes, meet Tgurneu's demands, and save her daughter's life. Unfortunately, without Rolonia there, she wouldn't have been able to revive him.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Her hair is depicted as blue, being the only one of the protagonists with a hair color that is impossible to have in real life.

    Hans Humpty
Voiced by: Kenichi Suzumura (Japanese), Ben Diskin (English)

The only hero whose name isn't well known, and for a good reason - he's an outstanding killer for hire. As he said himself, being famous would hinder his work. He fights with dual short swords and throwing knives, and uses an unpredictable fighting style known as 'Cat's Blade' that is inspired by the movements of cats.

  • Back from the Dead: Comes back to life after being killed by Mora thanks to Rolonia's ability.
  • Badass Normal: He's the strongest of the heroes barring Chamot, but has no supernatural abilities. Mora is shocked to realize that not only is he a better fighter than her, but is far more physically powerful despite her own strength being superhuman as a Saint and the intense training she's undergone.
  • Bash Brothers: With Adlet.
  • Blinding Bangs: His hair covers his eyes. However, on occasion one of his eyes is visible, turning this into Peek-a-Bangs.
  • Cat Boy: To go with his cat-like mannerisms, Hans has a tail and his hairstyle resemblances cat ears.
  • Confusion Fu: Not only is extremely strong and fast, but the way his body moves is very difficult to predict, giving him many angles of attack. During fights with both Adlet and Mora he absolutely dominates the entire time, though he could be considered the loser of both matches.
  • Dual Wielding: Duel wields blades.
  • Fantastic Fighting Style: Cat's Blade. His original fighting style created by observing cats.
  • Foil: Claims that he's one to Fremy. Both have lived the dark life of an assassin (and in Hans' case, still is), but Hans' profession is freelance. As such, he doesn't really need to get close to people and he hasn't been personally affected by his job in a negative way, as he's surprisingly happy-go-lucky and friendly. Meanwhile, Fremy worked as an assassin for a specific group of creatures who she loved and treasured like family, and was left hateful, distrustful, and broken when she was betrayed by them.
  • The Gift: Naturally gifted fighter.
  • Hellish Pupils: His pupils are slitted like a cat's.
  • Japanese Dialects: His speech pattern in Japanese is a distinctive mix of Tohoku dialect and cat speech.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's an assassin, is only interested in getting paid for killing the Majin, and his relationship with Adlet has a rocky start, being abrasive to him and being the first of the Braves to accuse him of being the Seventh. However, once Adlet proves his determination and that he is not lying about being the traitor, Hans quickly accepts him as a friend and becomes one of his closest allies, risking his life to prove his innocence.
  • The Lancer: Another one.
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: Doesn't hide that he likes women.
  • Mysterious Past: The heroes know very little about him other than his name and profession. And he'd probably rather keep it that way.
  • Nominal Hero: He's a killer for hire. He only wants to kill the Majin because he could get a good reward from it.
  • The Nondescript: Apart from the cat tail, he looks entirely unremarkable. Assassins aren't supposed to stand out.
  • Number Two: Starting from volume 4.
  • Odd Friendship: Chamot tries to kill him and Adlet in the first volume, but after she loses she strikes up a strange rapport with him. She even admits openly that she thinks he'd beat her in a fight were he the seventh.
  • Only in It for the Money: After receiving the crest, he accepted to help only if he could get a reward for killing the Majin.
  • Psycho for Hire: He enjoys killing. However, he won't do it without a reason, though as an assassin that reason is generally money.
  • Professional Killer: He's an assassin.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Hans sports blue hair with a friendly yet sadistically playful personality and uses his own natural abilities to his liking compared to Adlet's red hair and carefree and kind personality and his resource management fighting style where he must use his items to his liking. Case and point, Hans is a genius while Adlet's is considered an average man.
  • Smarter Than You Look: Looks like a fool but he and Adlet are by far the smartest Heroes.
  • Street Smart: Living as an assassin has given him excellent intuition and instincts, as well as an acute awareness of the people around him.
  • Verbal Tic: "Nya" and some variations. He speaks like that because he respects cats.
  • Will Not Tell a Lie: Downplayed. He would prefer not to lie, but will if he feels it's absolutely necessary, such as confirming whether or not Adlet is the Seventh by claiming that he is the Seventh, and then gauging his reaction.
  • World's Best Warrior: Chamo is the strongest of the Heroes but she has glaring weaknesses, Hans however is above the others in terms of fighting prowess, has a sharp mind like Adlet. Tgurneu and Dozzu are wary of him due to this.
  • Yellow Eyes of Sneakiness: On the rare occasions when one can see his eyes, they're a clear yellow color, highlighting his sneaky nature.

    Rolonia Manchetta 
Voiced by: Hisako Kanemoto

The shy, unconfident Saint of Fresh Blood. Her powers allow her to manipulate the blood of both herself and others.

  • All of the Other Reindeer: She's been bullied horribly throughout her life, leading to her rather pathetic self-esteem today.
  • Animal Motifs: Cows.
  • Bloody Murder: Her power allows her to freely control her blood as well as any blood she's touching. Since the whip has her blood on it, she can freely manipulate it, allowing for extreme accuracy. If the whip hits her victim, Rolonia can drain a huge amount of blood from that victim, meaning that a few hits are usually enough to kill any kyouma, and that a single hit is usually enough to defeat a human opponent.
  • The Chick
  • Classical Anti-Hero: Mainly due to her cruel lack of confidence.
  • Combat Medic: Her powers as the Saint of Fresh Blood make her capable both as a combatant and a healer.
  • Cowardly Lion: Is strong enough to be chosen as a Hero but is afraid of fighting. This is solved by her other personality though.
  • The Gift: Has incredible talent as a Saint of Fresh Blood, ans was was chosen as a Brave despite having not received training.
  • Lady Swears-a-Lot: Her other personality.
  • The Medic: Rolonia's power allows her to accelerate greatly the healing power of the blood, as well as to stop hemorrhage, making her a really powerful healer.
  • Odd Friendship: With Fremy.
  • Sealed in a Person-Shaped Can: Her body is the host of the God of Fresh Blood.
  • Split Personality: Developed one to be able to fight due to her weak personality.
  • Super Senses: Of taste. She can make very accurate analyses by licking someone's blood.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Rolonia has been trained for years by Mora for a precise goal—so that she could kill a hero and revive him later.
  • Walking Spoiler: Since she appears at the end of the first volume when the identity of the first mole had been discovered, it's not all that easy to talk about her role in the plot, or even her existence at all.
  • Whip It Good: A 30 meter long metal whip.

    Kyoma Commanders 

Tropes applying to them in general

  • The Bet: They all bet their authority and are competing to kill three of the Heroes, the winner will become the leader.
  • Co-Dragons: Tgureneu and Cargikk command 40 and 60% of the kyoma forces, but don't recognize each other's authority while still serving the majin. Dozzu the traitor has agents in both factions.
  • Dragon-in-Chief: The Majin is largely mindless and can only hate and spit out monstrosities. The generals command its forces instead.
  • Power Trio: When they were still cooperating.
  • We Used to Be Friends: They were once best friends, but split ways when they learned the truth of the majin's origins. Dozzu could not work for such a creature while Tgurneu and Cargikk disagreed on how to serve it.


Voiced by: Akira Ishida

One of the three Kyoma commanders working directly under the Majin. He excels in ingenuity and has set up various traps for the braves.

  • Blue-and-Orange Morality: Invoked. He fakes a letter from Mora to her most trusted subordinate claiming that Tgurneu will turn her daughter into a kyoma because he does not see it as an attack and therefore isn't restricted. The letter says he considers this beneficial. It isn't true, but the idea sounds plausible enough that her subordinate believes it and will kill Mora's daughter as "Mora" suggested should the fifteenth day after the Majin's awakening come.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Patient, good-mannered, intelligent. Will kidnap your children, force you to kill your comrades, trick you, steal your body, brainwash you, enslave your hometown and slaughter any who oppose, kill his own comrades, raise you as his own and then abandon you all while smiling gently and telling you what a good kid you have been.
  • Hypocrite: He's visibly angered when he's called a monster that cannot love and cares for no one but himself, presumably thinking back to his friendship with Dozzu and Cargikk. However, his sociopathic behavior shows the truth.
  • Out-Gambitted: Mora manages to find a loophole around the Sadistic Choice Tgurneu presents her in volume 2. While he is surprised by it though, he doesn't really seem to mind all that much.



The strongest of the commanders. He has the form of a lion and commands 60% of the Kyoma forces.

  • BFS: Fights with a large sword.
  • Panthera Awesome: Looks like a lion, was the previous leader and commands most of the Kyoma, he's also the strongest commander.
  • Playing with Fire: He can breathe fire and .
  • Poisonous Person: The smoke his fire produces is poisonous.

    The Saint of the Single Flower and The Majin 

The Saint of the Single Flower

The Majin

The demon itself. It appeared long ago with seemingly no purpose beyond killing humans and could not be stopped. It is largely mindless but commands the absolute loyal of all other demons.

Alternative Title(s): Rokka No Yuusha


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