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     Tsurara Shirayuki 
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Voiced by: Yuko Minaguchi (JP), Cynthia Cranz (EN)

Mizore’s mother. She is introduced during Yokai Academy’s festival and later takes care of Tsukune and his friends when they visit the land of the Yuki-onna.


  • Abnormal Ammo: All her guns use bullets made of ice. They melt, leaving no evidence.
  • Adaptation Personality Change: As badly as Ageha in the anime when the two use their daughters to wage a proxy war against one another. In the manga, they seem to have no grudges between one another and appear to be on friendlier terms as Ageha helped Tsurara keep the zombies from cheating in the school race.
  • Cold Sniper: Literally. In the manga, she was shown to be an expert sniper, during the Yokai Academy Athletics Festival when she snipes down Ling Ling Huang's Jiang Shi team by using a sniper rifle loaded with ice bullets.
  • Crazy-Prepared: Had a Map of the Palace were Mizore was being held just in case Tsukune and his harem went to her to talk to her about saving Mizore from a Arranged Marriage as well has a Wall of Guns to arm them for their attempt to save her daughter.
  • Friendly Enemy: To Ageha Kurono in the manga. They both want their daughters to win Tsukune's heart and have a bit of a rivalry. Still, they seem to form a friendship in between.
  • Generation Xerox: In the Season 2 anime, you find out her and Ageha had a similar dynamic to Kurumu and Mizore's anime counterparts.
  • Gun Nut: She's really enthusiastic in collecting guns, apparently.
  • An Ice Person: As a Yuki-Onna, Tsurara has almost complete control over ice at will. Obviously, this means she can freeze and then control any form of water or water based attack. She can form ice spears and wrap ice around her body, usually used in the form of ice claws.
  • In the Blood: Just like Mizore, she has a habit of pulling off a Stealth Hi/Bye and thinking that Stalking Is Love.
  • I Want Grandkids: In fact, she gets pissed when Tsukune resists Mizore's seduction attempt in the flower field because she knew sleeping with Tsukune was the only way for Mizore to avoid a horrific Arranged Marriage.
  • Kimono Is Traditional: Always seen wearing a white kimono.
  • Mystical White Hair: A yuki-onna with white hair.
  • Oral Fixation: Just like her daughter, she keeps something in her mouth to stay cool.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Comes off as such in Capu2, having a bitter rivalry with Ageha over a boy they both had a crush on in high school, who didn't even have feelings for either of them, and using Mizore's feelings for Tsukune as an excuse to wage a proxy war with Ageha.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: Is the only adult snow fairy (onscreen anyway) to object to their Arranged Marriage law. Since Mizore's fiance was a total prick and she knew Mizore loves Tsukune, it was only natural.
  • Ugly Guy, Hot Wife: Subverted; when her husband appears in the anime, he initially seems to be a big hairy yeti... but come the end of episode 9, it turns out he's just a male snow fairy in a convincing costume.
  • Wall of Weapons: Owns a very huge collection of guns. (She used to dream of being a spy, but couldn't be one because of her species.)
  • Wolverine Claws: Made of ice.
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     Ageha Kurono 
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Voiced by: Chieko Honda (JP), Kelly McHalen (EN)

Kurumu’s mother. She is introduced during Yokai Academy’s festival and later reappears during the sports festival, cheating on behalf of Tsukune and friends alongside Tsurara to stop Ling-Ling.


  • Adaptation Personality Change: Although she is determined to see Tsukune be together with her daughter, she doesn't mind taking him for herself as shown in Capu 2 of the anime. Plus, in the manga, there really is no hatred between her and Tsurara. In fact, they worked together more than they fight in the manga.
  • Buxom Is Better: She is a succubus, after all. Even larger than her daughter, for the record.
  • Generation Xerox: In the Season 2 anime, you find out her and Tsurara had a similar dynamic to Kurumu and Mizore's anime counterparts.
  • Good Parents: She truly loves her daughter and wants what’s best for her.
  • Horny Devils: Has even less self-control than Kurumu and in the finale of the anime she even considers taking Tsukune for herself. Of course, this is anime only. In the manga, she makes a pass at Tsukune, but this seems to be a Succubus thing; she was apparently just trying to teach him to be a good lover for Kurumu. After she learns he's not her fiancee, she limits herself to just supporting Kurumu from the side.
  • Hypnotic Eyes: As a Succubus, her Charm can instantly seduce men.
  • I Want Grandkids: She even gives Tsukune permission to jump Kurumu.
  • Marshmallow Hell: According to Tsukune, they are even softer than Kurumu's.
  • Pretty in Mink: She wears a fur coat and is naturally very sexy.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Comes off as such in Capu2, having a bitter rivalry with Tsurara over a boy they both had a crush on in high school, who didn't even have feelings for either of them, and using Kurumu's feelings for Tsukune as an excuse to wage a proxy war with Tsurara.
  • Really Gets Around: She comments in an omake she's 'preyed' on 'countless men.'
  • Show Some Leg: Uses this to distract Kurumu and Mizore's opponents.
  • Torpedo Tits: In the anime. "Breast Missiles of Rage" to be exact.
  • Where Did We Go Wrong?: A minor example. She's not disappointed by Kurumu's respect for Tsukune's free will...just bemused.
  • Winged Humanoid: A standard for a Succubus although it is only shown in the anime.
  • Wolverine Claws: Has retractable claws.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: A trait she shares with her daughter.

     Fujiko Sendo 
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Yukari’s mother. She doesn’t stand out very much.


  • Berserk Button: Don't ignore her or she'll blow up the school!
  • Cute Mute: Has no lines in the Anime or the Manga proper outside of the volume 6 Omake of the second serialization of the manga.
  • Colony Drop: In the season 2 anime finale with a bunch of Washtubs.
  • Flat Character / Satellite Character: Pretty much exists only to show that Yukari has a family to go home to.
  • Hot Witch: While she's far less of a bombshell and a Hot Witch compared to the other moms and to Ruby she's still quite pretty.
  • No Name Given: In the anime she finally is given a name in the volume 6 Omake in the second serialization of the manga.
  • Running Gag: In the volume 6 omake she keeps getting ignored in favor of Tsurara or Ageha by others much to her distress lampshading how much less of a bombshell she is compared to those two.
  • The Quiet One: Not by choice, mind. It's just that nobody ever lets her get a word in.

     Kasumi Aono 
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Voiced by: Haruha Terada (JP), Maeghan Albach (EN)

Tsukune's mother. She is shocked when Tsukune returns home with a bunch of girls.


     Kyouko Aono 
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Voiced by: Sachiko Kojima (JP), Cherami Leigh (EN)

Tsukune's cousin, older than him by two years. The two grew up together due to their families living in the same area.


  • Agent Scully: Deconstructed, her Agent Scully tendencies nearly get her killed at least once. However unlike other examples of the trope she comes around to accept the existance of monsters.
  • Completely Missing the Point: It takes her a really long time to understand that monsters are real (and it takes her venturing into the Academy to do so).
  • Kissing Cousins: Is briefly mistaken for a member of the Unwanted Harem. Also, when she witnesses Tsukune's Super Strength and Super Speed, she blushes and comments that he's become so macho.
  • Muggle: She is a completely normal human who was unaware of monsters until she visited Yokai Academy.
  • Tomboy: Is described as one by Tsukune, which is most exemplified by her stubbornness.
  • Too Dumb to Live: In chapter 36 of Season I, it is shown her stubbornness doesn't help.

     San Otonashi 
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A graduate of Yokai Academy and former president of the Newspaper Club. Tsukune and the gang meet her during summer vacation in their second year.


  • Badass Adorable: So badass that she's capable of battling Alucard with the two remaining dark lords.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: She is a very shy but sweet girl who hates when people fight. However, when she fights she proves exactly why she is called the strongest monster of her generation.
  • Brown Note: She can sing an inaudible "ultrasound" song, that causes the target to crumble to pieces.
  • Cute Mute: She communicates by writing on a sketchpad, since her voice is lethal.
  • Deflector Shields: Her "Song of Protection".
  • Generation Xerox: With Akasha. Both are the Smurfette Principle and the strongest of the trio, Akasha is the leader, and San led the paths of Ginei and Haiji. Both are also admired by their two teammates, respectively. San eventually assists the other two Dark Lords in the final battle against Alucard.
  • Let's Get Dangerous!: Both Gin and Haiji note that when she puts her notepad away, it means she's getting serious.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: She is a siren. Hearing her voice could kill you.
  • Meaningful Name: Otonashi means "without sound". The author did this on purpose to keep her power a secret until the reveal.
  • Morality Pet: For Ginei and Haji.
  • Older Than They Look: Although she is a graduate of the monster academy and is 19 or 20 when we meet her, she is often mistaken for a little girl.
  • Please Kill Me If It Satisfies You: After being revealed as a siren, San offers Marin the chance to kill her as Revenge by Proxy since her husband was murdered by a siren some time ago. Marin just accepts her as she is.
  • Power Limiter: Her notepad.
  • Superpower Lottery: Her ultrasonics are a decent prize.
  • The Voiceless: Communicates with a notepad. When she decides to talk, YOU ARE ALREADY DEAD.
  • Winged Humanoid: In her true Siren form she sprouts large bird wings from her back.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Of a darker shade then Kurumu’s.
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     Touhou Fuhai 
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The founder of the Huang family and one of the 3 Demon Lords. He is said to be the greatest Yojutsu user in the world. Tsukune and the others travel to China in the hope that he can repair Moka’s damaged Rosary.


  • Absurdly Sharp Blade: Created the Jigen-Tou.
  • Barrier Warrior: He taught The Chairman everything he knows.
  • Berserk Button: Don't you dare touch or threaten his family. Oh, and don't betray Akasha's memory.
  • Big Good: Seems to be developing into this role.
  • Bishōnen: In his true form.
  • Blood Knight: He absolutely relishes cutting loose when he can.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: "My love for 2D girls is romantic! ROMANTIC!"
  • Cool Old Guy: He is Fang-Fang and Ling-Ling’s great-great grandfather and despite his age is still one of the most powerful monsters in the world.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: The only thing that saved Aqua from a very painful death was that she knew that she was outmatched and thought ahead.
    • His fight against Issa Shuzen is this as well. Tough it turns that he didn't fought against the real Issa.
  • Dirty Old Man The form he takes to hide his energy.
  • Dual Tonfas: Invented the Muei-Tou (Shadowless Sword) to counter the Jigen-Tou.
  • Eccentric Mentor: Tsukune and the others are shocked to find the most powerful Yojutsu user in the world is an anime and manga otaku obsessed with 2D girls.
  • Generation Xerox: With Ginei. Both are Tall, Dark, and Handsome Bishounen, Chivalrous Perverts, admire the female friend who is stronger than them, and they have a Vitriolic Best Buds relationship with Mikogami and Haiji, respectively.
  • Graceful Loser: Kurumu wins the fight to save or kill ghoul Tsukune. Touhou Fuhai graciously acknowledges his loss and says he'll leave Tsukune to her.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: It does not take much to set him off. He was known as the most emotional of the Three Dark Lords and when he's mad? Watch out.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: He sacrifices himself alongside with Mikogami and Akasha to finally destroy Alucard for good.
  • Instant Runes: Averted, he draws them by hand (albeit in midair, and very quickly).
  • I Shall Taunt You: Does this to Aqua relentlessly.
  • I Was Quite a Looker: Or so he says. The end of Season 2, Chapter 36 proves it.
  • The McCoy: Says he was this out of the Demon Lords.
  • Megane: He wears large black glasses that cover his eyes although he takes them off when he transforms into his younger form.
  • Miniature Senior Citizens: Subverted, as this is only his Sleep-Mode Size outer appearance. His true form is Tall, Dark, and Handsome.
  • Oh, Crap!: Has a big one once the Masked King appears on Floating Garden, and later a bigger one, once the same turns out to be Alucard himself.
  • Old Master: He is more than 200 years old but can still kick some serious ass.
  • Otaku: He loves anime and having girls cosplay. As he says? 2-D girls last forever and would never betray him.
  • Papa Wolf: Aqua, this isn't over.
  • Sleep-Mode Size: The 'little old man' form is for power-conservation purposes only.
  • Tall, Dark, and Handsome: His true form seein in chapter 36 page 36 of season II.
  • This Is Unforgivable!: You touch his family, you burn.
  • The Triads and the Tongs: The founder of the yokai crime family that Fang-Fang and Ling-Ling belong to.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Mikogami.
  • The Worf Effect: The Masked King takes him out off-screen in a single wave of his hand. He gets better, though.
  • Worf Had the Flu: His little old man form conserves most of his energy to preserve the life he has left. Unleashing his true power brings him closer to the end of his lifespan.

     Akasha Bloodriver 
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Moka's mother and one of Issa's wives. She is the leader of the 3 Demon Lords and one of the few immensely powerful Shinso Vampires. She mysteriously disappeared 7 years before the start of the series.


  • The Ace: Seems to be her husband Issa's favorite wife and was even well-beloved by her various stepdaughters. Even in death, Gyokuro remains envious of Akasha.
    • She's also the leader and the strongest of the Three Dark Lords.
  • Action Mom: She isn't the leader of the Three Demon Lords for nothing. Being a mother didn't diminish her power in the slightest.
  • Arch-Enemy: To Alucard. Gyokuro sees her as this as well due to their... domestic drama.
  • "Awesome McCool" Name: Akasha Bloodriver. Could an extremely badass Shinso Vampire ask for a more awesome name?
  • Back for the Finale: Akasha manifests herself in the Final Battle after Tsukune places the damaged rosary in Alucard's body. This proves to be the winning card that finally defeats Alucard.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: she's extremely nice and gentle towards others, but HOLY SHIT do NOT threaten her family. Aqua only survived since Akasha had sympathy for her
  • Brought Down to Badass: Even with her Shinso vampire power sealed away, she put a good fight against Aqua with her deadly Jigen-Tou and is possible she would have won if Moka haven't interrupted their fight.
  • Catchphrase: Know/Learn your place!
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Akasha was the Sole Survivor of a kingdom that was destroyed because both humans and monsters lived there. King Dracula took her under his wing and he changed his name to Alucard. Eventually, Alucard lost himself to his hatred for humans and turned into a giant monster. Akasha had to let herself be absorbed by Alucard in order to seal him away. She was eventually released only to once again be devoured in order to save her daughter.
  • Eaten Alive: Is eaten alive while sealing away Alucard. To make things worse, it's implied that she's still alive inside there.
  • Generation Xerox: With San. Both are the Smurfette Principle and the strongest of the trio, Akasha is the leader, and San led the paths of Ginei and Haiji. Both are also admired by their two teammates, respectively. San eventually assists the other two Dark Lords in the final battle against Alucard.
  • Go Out with a Smile: Twice, actually.
    • She tearfully smiled at Moka as she allowed Alucard to absorb her in order to seal him away.
    • In the manga finale, she sadly smiles at Tsukune, who she fell in love with through Outer Moka, before she disintegrates herself to destroy Alucard forever.
  • Good Parents: Very much so. Beloved by Moka, and wanted nothing more than to protect and help Aqua. She also appears to love Kahlua and Kokoa just as well and the two, especially Kahula, were far happier.
  • Half the Woman She Used to Be: Gets cut in half by Aqua. She gets better but, unfortunately, she apparently has to do a heroic sacrifice to save Moka from a waking Alucard.
  • Hero of Another Story: Prior to the series, it's stated that she defeated Alucard the first time, and likely had her own share of interesting events with meeting the other two Dark Lords.
  • Heroic Sacrifice:
    • Performed one 200 years ago to seal Alucard. And performed another 7 years ago so she could save Moka from Alucard.
    • And she did a third alongside with Mikogami and Touhou to finally destory Alucard for good. This time she died for real.
  • Kick Chick: In case you wondered where Moka got it from.
  • Lady of War: One did not get to her standing by being a total pacifist.Chapter 32 page 10 shows how badass she could look.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: The manga finale reveals Akasha was this to Alucard of all people. According to Alucard, Akasha was the one who kept him from completely falling into despair after the destruction of their kingdom, even if he still was consumed by his hatred for humans. At the very end, he was fine with disappearing with Akasha once he accepts defeat.
  • The Maiden Name Debate: Unlike Issa's other wife Gyokuro, Akasha didn't take his surname.
  • Mama Bear: Don't threaten Moka. She can and WILL kick your ass from beyond the grave.
  • Mayfly–December Romance: She admits that she fell in love with Tsukune as 'Omote'.
  • Missing Mom: She disappeared seven years before the series starts and Moka had no idea why. In truth she allowed herself to get absorbed by Alucard again to put it to sleep in order to save Moka.
  • Mysterious Parent: Moka didn't know much about her other than that she disappeared when she was a child. As expected, she has a critical role in the story once more information about her is revealed. Akasha was the leader of Three Dark Lords, the ones who sealed away the monstrous vampire Alucard. After Alucard was accidentally freed because of Moka's Shinso powers becoming active, Akasha sacrificed herself to seal Alucard again and created the seal in the rosary to protect her daughter.
  • Nice Girl: Kind, gentle, protective and forgiving. She didn't even hold a grudge against Aqua after the latter attempted to murder her.
  • Nigh-Invulnerability: Getting cut in half doesn't bother her.
  • Non-Protagonist Resolver: She's ultimately the one to talk Alucard down, and it's her power (along with Mikogami and the Headmaster's) who finish him off for good.
  • Odd Name Out: Akasha might be the only family member of the Shuzen family without a name relating to a drink.
  • Of Corsets Sexy: Pairs this with leather hot pants in her fight against Alucard.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: She's immensely strong, even for vampires, and can kick gaping holes into Alucard.
  • Rapunzel Hair: It goes down to her waist.
  • Really 700 Years Old: She doesn't look a day over 22 even though she's likely about 550 years old.
  • The Reveal: In the final chapter, it's revealed she is the personality of 'Outer Moka' - the one actually sealed within the Rosary.
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie: Just like Outer Moka, Akasha's personality was as bright and sweet as her pink hair. After all, they're technically the same person.
  • Shout-Out: Her name may also be a reference to Akasha, the queen and original vampiress from Anne Rice's 1988 novel "Queen of the Damned."
  • Supernaturally Young Parent: She was Moka's mother and still looked like in her late teens despite being several centuries old when she gave birth to her.
  • Taking You with Me: She finally convinces Alucard to let go of his hatred for humanity and they agree to end everything by casting a self-destruction spell that disintegrates them both.
  • Too Powerful to Live: Really, if she were still around, much of the plot with Fairy Tale probably wouldn't even be happening.
  • Top Wife: She was Issa's favorite wife, which earned her the eternal hatred of Gyokuro.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: When Moka was born, Akasha gave her as much of her Shinso blood as she could. While she did this to save Moka's life, this eventually caused Alucard's seal to break when Moka's Shinso powers awakened. Akasha had to let Alucard absorb her once again and use the rosary to replace Moka's personality with a copy of herself in order to keep Alucard at bay.
  • Yamato Nadeshiko: She wasn't Japanese, but the traits of the trope still shined through. A gentle, motherly and patient woman with an iron core and an admirable devotion to her family.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has pink hair like Outer Moka. This makes sense considering Outer Moka is a clone of her.

     Marin Kawamoto 
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The owner of a seaside inn and bar. She took in San when she was alone and gave her a job at the inn, becoming something of a surrogate mother to San.


  • Benevolent Boss: Quite nice to work for, really.
  • Broken Bird: Had to watch Kamiya murder her husband in front of her.
  • Cooldown Hug: to San, fully embracing San as the person she loves most.
  • Fantastic Racism: Of monsters. San had to hide her status from her. She gets over it when Tsukune and friends prove through their fight against Kamiya that while there may be monsters out there who are evil, there are just as many benevolent monsters as well.
  • Heroic BSoD: Seeing the evil monster who killed and ate her husband in front of her and finding out her adoptive daughter and all her friends were monsters took a toll on her.
  • Muggle: She is a normal human and didn’t know San was a monster. However, she had encountered monster before, having witnessed Kanade murdering her husband.
  • Parental Substitute: For San.

     Doppelgänger 

A Phantom Thief who uses his powers to commit crimes in the human world. To escape the authorities he and his two subordinates entered Yokai Academy and hid in the abandoned dungeon where he happened to be found by the Newspaper Club.


  • Assimilation Backfire: He gets besides the powers also the weaknesses of a person he copied, which ultimately is the cause of his defeat.
  • Bishounen: When he was first introduced although it is likely not his true form.
  • Captain Ersatz: He looks like an evil version of L.
  • Gag Boobs: As Kurumu.
  • Genius Bruiser: His martial arts mastery gives him the advantage when facing the original. So, when he copies Kurumu, he opens a can of ass-whooping on the genuine article.
  • Glamour Failure: He smokes, and transforming doesn't get rid of the smell. This is one of the parts of the girls' Spot the Imposter moment when he copies Tsukune (when Kokoa comments on his unusually foul-smelling blood).
  • Good Smoking, Evil Smoking: One of the few characters who smokes in the series and definitely evil.
  • Man, I Feel Like a Woman: When he copies Kurumu and Moka.
  • Ms. Fanservice: As Kurumu. He even flashes her boobs to distract Ghoul!Tsukune. And it works.
  • My Kung-Fu Is Stronger Than Yours: Since Doppelgangers are naturally weak he learned how to fight in the human world to compensate and claims to have mastered every martial art. Even in his first body he was able to easily block Kurumu’s attack and after copying her he was able to defeat her and Mizore at the same time.
  • No Name Given: Surpisingly, despite him being an Arc Villain he is one of the few characters in the manga to not be given a name. Even his much less important sidekick got a name.
  • Paralyzing Fear of Sexuality: Has severe gynophobia. He had no idea what he was getting himself into by taking Tsukune's form around the girls...
  • Powers as Programs: When he copies a person, he gets all their powers... and their weaknesses. He's defeated when he copies Moka, only for Tsukune to slap the rosary on him, weakening him enough for them to defeat.
  • Serial Killer: Likes to impersonate loved ones in order to get close enough to his victims.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: By touching someone’s face with his right hand he can transform whoever he is touching with his left hand into that person.
  • Weak, but Skilled: The doppelgängers are a weak race, and copying other yokais doesn't make themselves stronger than them. However, this doppelgänger is a master of martial arts, making him an more effective fighter than (most of) the originals.

     Alucard 
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An ancient Shinso Vampire. By absorbing other monsters he became a grotesque colossal behemoth that attempted to destroy the world before being killed by the 3 Demon Lords. His corpse was kept sealed under the Shuzen mansion, with the 3 Demon Lords fearing that he was not truly dead and would someday awaken once more.


  • Alucard: Alucard is Dracula spelled backwards, which is fitting for possibly the most powerful vampire in the setting. In the final chapters, it's revealed his original name was Dracula before his kingdom was destroyed.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: He is hundreds of feet tall, towering over skyscrapers.
  • Big Bad: His intelligent side was cloned into Fujisaki Miyabi, also making him fill this role.
  • Cannibalism Superpower: As stated by Aqua, Alucard mutated into his current form by devouring countless other monsters over the ages.
  • Combat Tentacles: Lots of them. They vary from being close the width of snakes to large enough to swallow a human sized creature in a single bite.
  • The Dreaded: Outside of Fairy Tale, the entire cast is terrified of him and seems to imply that he's a menace to both humans and ayakashi.
  • Eldritch Abomination: Is much closer to this than a vampire. Alucard is a Kaiju-sized insectoid creature with a Xenomorph-like head, Combat Tentacles, and Too Many Mouths, who wields the power to bring about The End of the World as We Know It.
  • Generic Doomsday Villain: Alucard is basically Fairy Tale's biological Doomsday Device. It's not a narrative role that requires much of a personality, so the author doesn't give him one.
    • Subverted by the reveal that he, or at least the part of him that possesses intelligence, has been moving around as Fujisaki Miyabi.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Is a Sealed Evil in a Can, but is indirectly responsible for the current story arc, Moka's past, with the villains trying to free him.
  • Healing Factor: The reason why he's so hard to kill. Head gets bashed apart? He regenerates good as new. His entire BODY is smashed to pieces? He still regenerates.
  • Kaiju: In terms of size.
  • Lovecraftian Superpower: Befitting his appearance, Alucard has a lot of them, such as Combat Tentacles that all possess mouths on the end.
  • More Teeth than the Osmond Family: Not in his head, but his Combat Tentacles are full of them.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: The only thing he has in common with a traditional vampire is feeding on blood. Appearance-wise, he's a Godzilla sized insect-like creature with a head like a Xenomorph and a huge amount of tentacles, ranging in size and thickness from "rope" to "tree trunk", that all have mouths full of teeth. A passing comment from Aqua hints that Alucard didn't start out this way, but only turned into its present form after consuming countless other ayakashi over the ages. Which gives Miyabi's status as Alucard's clone a whole new meaning, as it's likely he's a good representation of what Alucard was pre-transformation.
  • Nigh Invulnerable: Akasha states that not even she was able to kill him.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: He was sealed away in a dormant state by Akasha for 200 years. Part of Fairy Tale's plan is freeing him from said seal.
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     Issa Shuzen 
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Father of Moka and her sisters. Issa is the Head of Shuzen Family, he's also husband of Gyoukuro and Akasha. He appears in the Floating Garden as the Head of Fairy Tale Sub-Division Two.


  • Actually a Doombot: It turns out Touhou wasn't fighting against the real Issa but against some sort of doppelgänger.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: He is the Head of Shuzen family, and it's revealed that he is as powerful as one of the Three Dark Lords.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: Is always wearing a fancy suit and is said to be the strongest Vampire in the world.
  • Badass Teacher: He doubles as bodyguard to Tsukune and protects him from a poisonous monster before Tsukune even knew that Issa is his bodyguard and mentor.
  • Birds of a Feather: With Akasha, as he shared her dream of peace between monsterkind and humanity. It is implied that Gyokuro imprisoned Issa to keep him from stopping Fairy Tale.
  • Blood Knight: He seems positively cheery at the prospect of assassins invading his home to kill him.
  • Blue-and-Orange Morality: Of a sort. Vampires have a rather strange approach to strength and child-rearing. Not even Akasha, the nicest vampire around, bats an eyelash when Issa commands Kahlua and Aqua to fight to the death so he can measure Aqua's talent. However once he's gotten a good idea of her power, he stops it immediately.
  • The Bus Came Back: He was imprisoned by Gyokuro during her coup d'etat. In the epilogue chapter, he comes back as Tsukune's bodyguard and mentor.
  • Chick Magnet: Probably one of the biggest sources of problems in the manga, really. He actually addresses this concern with Tsukune after seeing the younger man's 'harem'.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle:
    • He's on a receiving end in his fight against Touhou. Justified since it wasn't a real Issa but an imposter, and Touhou claims that real Issa is much stronger.
    • In the final chapter, he defeats Tsukune after 30 seconds. Moka remarks that's actually a lot of time.
  • Disappeared Dad: He shows up as the leader of Fairy Tale's second division, but this is only a doppleganger Touhou Fuhai eaily dispatches. The real Issa appears 10 months later as Tsukune's mentor and bodyguard.
  • Edible Theme Naming: Just like the rest of his family, he is named after a drink. In his case, Issa means "one tea".
  • Friendly Neighborhood Vampire: Seems to be a perfectly nice fellow for a vampire. Moka mentions she only ate from bloodpacks before she met Tsukune, so it doesn't seem the Shuzens are in to preying on humans. Issa also supported Akasha's goals of peace with humanity and helped to keep Alucard sleeping beneath his house. While he seems to relish the idea of a good fight, he's more than content to let the fight come to him.
  • Frozen Fashion Sense: He's always seen wearing old fashioned monarch clothes.
  • Good All Along: The Issa on Fairy Tale's side is actually a doppelgänger. And in the final chapter, he's not an assassin who is hired to kill Tsukune, but a bodyguard to protect and teach him.
  • Good Parents: Despite his ordering a death match between Aqua and Kahlua, he stops the fight as soon as he has a good idea of Aqua's strength and seems to genuinely love all his kids, with lavish parties for their birthdays and wanting Moka to be safe from Alucard's legacy.
  • Lack of Empathy: Seems completly unfased that his actions and actions of Fairy Tale might lead to death of Moka and rest of his children. Justified since it's not really him, but an imposter.
  • Mentor Archetype: Becomes this to Tsukune in the final chapter.
  • Noble Demon: Despite his brutal nature, he loves his family and shared Akasha's dream of peace for the world of monsters.
  • Not Himself: Touhou few times comments that he is acting a bit off and that he's not like his usually self. That is because it wasn't the real Issa but a doppelgänger who was pretending to be him.
  • Overprotective Dad: To all of his daughters, which is Played for Laughs. He reaches his peak when the rest of Tsukune's harem shows up in increasingly skimpy outfits to sabotage Moka for the umpteenth time.
  • Red Herring:
    • The first time we see him outside of a flashback was being on Fairy Tale's side. It was a doppelgänger.
    • In the final chapter, it was heavily implied that he's the assassin hired by Fairy Tale to kill Tsukune. It turns out that he's actually Tsukune's bodyguard and, on top of everything, his new mentor.
  • Proud Warrior Race Guy: Like most Vampires he values strength and enjoys a good fight. When Aqua first arrives in his house he orders her and Kahlua to fight to the death but stops them once she proves she is stronger than he anticipated and from then on is a loving father.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: His 'betrayal' earns this from Touhou Fuhai: "The right path is one in which the daughter of the woman you loved is murdered!? Kill yourself and apologize to Akasha in the next world!"
  • Stab the Scorpion: The final chapter initially implies that he is an assassin hired to kill Tsukune, possibly taking the job because of Overprotective Dad tendencies. However, when he attacks, he abruptly stabs past Tsukune to kill the monster behind him that was the ‘’real’’ assassin after Tsukune’s life, before revealing that he was actually hired to protect and train Tsukune.

     Jasmine 
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A Vampire who was Aqua's childhood friend; the two of them were close enough that they considered each other sisters.


  • Cruel and Unusual Death: Her body was cut up into multiple pieces, and then those pieces were impaled on multiple stakes and left outside for the crows to eat.
  • Dead Person On Display: After being tortured and killed by an angry mob of humans her body was hung on giant skewers in several pieces.
  • Edible Theme Naming: Like other vampire girls in the manga, she was named after a drink. Jasmine tea is a popular Chinese scented tea with aroma from jasmine blossoms.
  • Et Tu, Brute?: She was deeply hurt when Aqua exposed the two of them as vampires by killing a human boy Jasmine liked. It was so bad that Jasmine wanted to stay at the human village instead of escaping with Aqua, which only got the little girl killed.
  • Hair Decorations: She adorned the left side of her hair with a flower hairpin and beads.
  • Identical Stranger: She looked identical to Moka.
  • Posthumous Character: She died more than 9 years before the start of the series since her death is a part of Aqua’s backstory.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: While she doesn't get many pages in the manga and is remembered by only two people (Aqua and Alucard), her death is the core of Aqua's two core personality traits—the extermination of humans and the protection of Moka.
  • Too Dumb to Live: Listen, Jasmine, believing humans and monsters can live in peace is understandable, even admirable. What isn't admirable is the stupidity necessary to believe that a mob of enraged villagers coming specifically to kill you for being a monster will agree with you on that point, and we have no idea why you decided to go back and try to talk to them instead of escaping with Aqua.
  • Walking Spoiler: See the many spoiler entries. Being the cause of Aqua's Start of Darkness will do that.
  • Wide-Eyed Idealist: Truly believed in peace between monsters and humans, even in the face of a mob of humans out to kill her for being inhuman.

     Koumori Nazo 
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Voiced by: Takehito Koyasu (JP), Jerry Jewell (EN)

A shapeshifting bat and Kokoa's Weapon of Choice. He serves as an Interactive Narrator in the anime.


  • Affectionate Nickname: Most people just call him "Kou," but Kokoa also calls him "Batty."
  • Ascended Extra: In the manga, he was a voiceless bat who's only real purpose was to serve as Kokoa's Morph Weapon. In the anime, he has full speech capabilities and a personality, in addition to being the narrator.
  • Blush Stickers: Pink ones.
  • Cephalothorax: He's a round little thing with wings.
  • Combat Commentator: Whenever Tsukune, Inner Moka, and/or their friends take down the Monster of the Week, Kou pops up to tell the audience how long the fight in question lasted.
  • Cute Little Fangs: Two of them.
  • Interactive Narrator: Of the anime, though the "interactive" part mostly comes into play in Capu2. When he reveals his association to Kokoa, it leads to this exchange:
    Kurumu: All along, I thought he was just the narrator for the show, but now...
    Yukari: Has he been in cahoots with her this whole time?!
  • Morphic Resonance: Most of his different forms retain his face.
  • Shapeshifter Baggage: Averted; despite his size, he's as heavy as he is when he's become a weapon. When he sat on Tsukune's head in the manga, he promptly forced Tsukune to the ground, after which Kokoa mentions that he weighs about a hundred kilograms, or 220 pounds.
  • Shapeshifter Default Form: Most commonly seen as a cute little hamster-like critter with bat wings. Even Kokoa doesn't know what his true form is.
  • Verbal Tic, weeee!
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: A power he mostly uses to serve as a Morph Weapon for Kokoa.
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