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     Ling-Ling Huang

Fang-Fang's older sister. She is a Jiang Shi (a Chinese hopping corpse) who can command an army of similar beings.

  • Catchphrase: "Because I am dead." This turns into a Shout-Out to Fist of the North Star at least once: "Because I am already dead."
  • Chinese Vampire: She is a Jiang Shi (a Chinese hopping corpse). As such, Ling-Ling is an undead corpse and she can also disembody herself without any apparent harm, as shown when she removes her head several times.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Has absolutely no compunctions about cheating so long as it gets her what she wants. She also pulls an Uzi on Aqua. Doesn't work, but she tried.
  • Losing Your Head: Casually pulls her head off several times, which squicks everyone else.
  • Necromancer: Controls an army of undead warriors. Chillingly, she wanted to add Tsukune and the others to her undead army, but Fang-Fang talks her out of it.
  • Older Than She Looks: She is undead, and implies that she died a really long time ago. She attends the school because she looks like a teenager.
    • Apparently she was created by Touhou Fuhai. Though it's said she is the daughter of Fang-Fang's parents, so it seems he resurrected Ling-Ling after her death.
  • Perpetual Smiler: Always smiling, even when she is honestly terrified.
    • She does lose her smile when things go south real bad. And if it happens, we know it's really really bad.

     Haiji Miyamoto

Head of the Karate Club at Youkai Academy.

A old pal of Ginei and 3rd year student like him also knew San Otonashi while she was at the Acadamy.

  • Ascended Extra: Went from a generic One-Shot Character pervert in the first season to a recurring Those Two Guys alongside Ginei in the second season.
  • Badass Normal: For a monster. He's easily taken down other monsters in just his human form.
  • Bash Brothers: With Gin. Especially when he reveals his true form of a Tengu and Gin becomes a werewolf.
  • Berserk Button: Harming San Otonashi, or any other little girl.
  • Blow You Away: He uses wind-type magic with his punches creating powerful long-range attacks.
  • Boxing Lessons for Superman: He was born a monster, and so far, that has always resulted in some sort of power beyond the ability of humans. However, he never takes his monster form, and he relies on the power of his karate training. It's unclear just how much his natural powers inform what he can do, but it's made clear that his technique is what makes him truly formidable.
    • When we finally get to see him in his true Tengu form we see just how much this worked out for him.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Silly Comedic Lolicon dude who can't even raise a finger against cute little girls (most of the time) wipes out a large group of Fairy Tale with Ginei with little effort and later at the main HQ. And later reveals he has a punch in his true form that appear to match to grenades or mines going off in power capable of taking out groups of vampires.
  • Competitive Balance: With Gin. When in his true form, his Tengu attacks are powerful long rang strikes to compliment Gin's close-range style. When the enemy vampires get close to defend against Gin, Haiji takes them out from a distance. When they spread out to ensure Haiji cannot hit them all, it leaves them vulnerable to Gin's speed.
  • Fights Like a Normal: As stated above, he prefers using his karate skills over his monster powers.
  • Fantastic Nuke: In his true Tengu form they seem to have the same effect and power and appearance of a frag grenade or a rather large mine going off.

Voiced by: Shuichi Ikeda (JP), Jason Douglas (EN)

The head of the Public Safety Commission and an anti-human extremist. Under his leadership, the Security Committee devolved into a group of thugs who go out of their way to make the other students' lives difficult, and elect to kill any humans who discover Yokai Academy. After his defeat at the hands of Tsukune and his harem, he is relieved of his position and kicked out of the school.

  • 0% Approval Rating: Just about everyone at Yokai Academy, including the teachers, despises him to the extent that, when Tsukune defeats him, the entire student body promptly declares Tsukune the school hero... at least, those who aren't jealous of him because he defeated this fascist first.
  • Adaptational Jerkass: Not that he was a nice guy in the manga either, but there, he just decides to kill the Newspapers Club as soon as he takes them to the headquarters of the Public Safety Commission and they rebel against him, while in the anime, he takes Tsukune, Moka, Kurumu and Mizore, and proceeds to torture Moka (and threatens to do the same with Mizore and Kurumu) to make Tsukune confess his identity as a human. Afterwards, he sentences Tsukune to a Public Execution in front of everyone in Yokai Academy to make an example of him. Somehow, the anime managed to make him look even worse.
  • Ambition Is Evil: In the anime. Inner Moka tells him outright that he has been "swallowed up in his own vile ambition."
  • And There Was Much Rejoicing: As mentioned above, when Tsukune defeats him, the entire student body celebrates and declares him their hero. Even the teachers (i.e. Ms. Nekonome) agree that Kuyou had it coming for a very long time.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: He's the head of the Student Police, and utterly spanks Inner Moka in a straight-up fight. Especially jarring since, up to that point, Inner Moka was a borderline Invincible Hero who was guaranteed to easily defeat the Monster of the Week.
  • Ax-Crazy: For starters, he chooses to interpret Yokai Academy's "No humans allowed" rule as "Death to all filthy human spies!"
  • Bishōnen Line: He goes through two monster forms during the fight with the Newspaper Club, the first being a fox forged out of fire, with four tails, and the second being his "Ultimate Battle Form," which is basically his human form, forged out of fire, plus fox tails and ears. When he returns as a member of Fairy Tale, he's crossed the Bishōnen Line again; his default battle form now looks closer to his human form, but with five tails and wearing a suit made of fire.
  • The Bully: For all his talk of "honor" and "justice," he's basically a super-powered school-yard bully who goes around taking people's lunch money. Unfortunately, the consequences for those that don't comply are far more grievous than the simple beating such thugs usually dish out, as the previous "newspaper club" can easily attest. He continues this behavior when becoming a Fairy Tale top enforcer, and utterly fails to comprehend why almost nobody shows him any respect.
  • Can't Take Criticism: In the anime, Inner Moka tells him that he's nothing but a corrupt bastard and has no right to "preach about preserving order and protecting the peace." In response, Kuyou angrily tells her to shut up right before Moka drop-kicks him through the roof.
  • Dirty Coward: When he confronts Tsukune again as a top enforcer at Fairy Tale, he teleports Tsukune to a dimension full of rising flames where he has the absolute advantage, goes into a Motive Rant about how he resents Tsukune for making him have to train himself for the first time in his life, and when Tsukune still goes on to hand him his ass teleports out and tries to trap Tsukune inside.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: Of both the first seasons of the manga and the anime. In the manga, he's the first big threat that the Newspaper Club had to deal with after dealing with many Monster of the Week small fry villains, and in the anime, he becomes the Climax Boss for the last arc of the first entry.
  • The Dragon: Apparently, he becomes Kiria's at the end.
  • The Dreaded: This is a significant part of why Kuyou got away with his abuse of authority while part of the Security Committee; the other students were just that scared of him. In fact, when Tsukune and the Newspaper Club tried to convince the other students to help expose the Security Committee's corruption, they all refused to do so out of fear for their lives.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: When Tsukune, about to be executed, asks that he spare the other members of the Newspaper Club, Kuyou is genuinely surprised that he would make such a selfless request despite facing execution. In general, he views the very idea of human/monster co-existence as ridiculous at best and sickening at worst.
  • Fantastic Racism: Against humans.
  • Far East Asian Terrorists: He acts like a terrorist as the leader of the Student Police and happens to be a member of a very racist terrorist organization.
  • Faux Affably Evil: In his first scene, he politely introduces himself to the Newspaper Club and explains the reason for their presence... before unleashing merry hell upon them.
  • Feeling Oppressed by Their Existence: He dedicated himself to training and growing stronger solely to defeat and kill Tsukune, and rants about how he considers the humiliation of losing to him a Fate Worse than Death.
  • Hannibal Lecture: Near the end of the group's fight with him in the anime, he goes off on a tirade about how they can't stand up to him and how he's in charge of "preserving order and protecting the peace" at Yokai Academy. Both Gin and Inner Moka respond as one might expect, with Gin physically restraining him long enough for Moka to go on about how Kuyou is nothing but a corrupt bastard and then drop-kick him through the floor.
  • Hero Killer: He torches Tsukune and leaves him on the brink of death; it's only because of Inner Moka saving him with her blood that Tsukune comes out alive.
  • Hypocrite: While beating on Moka, he lists numerous negative traits as proof that Humans Are Bastards, including lying, cheating, selfishness, and hurting others without caring. His reasoning falls flat when one realizes that he and his Security Committee have done all of those things and more, and have abused their authority for God knows how long to make the other students miserable.
  • I Am Not Left-Handed: While fighting the Newspaper Club for some time in his initial monster form, they manage to do quite well against him... until he breaks out his Ultimate Battle Form and hands them their asses.
  • Jerkass: Human or monster, he barely needs any provocation to burn someone to ash.
  • Karma Houdini: Aside from his beatings as Tsukune's hands and being forced out of Yokai Academy, Kuyou has never had to pay for any of his actions. By the end of the manga, he's still at large after Fairy Tale's fall and will undoubtedly continue to be a threat to Tsukune and the others in the future.
  • Kick the Dog: All he does is abuse his authority for all it's worth to make everyone else at Yokai Academy miserable. Case in point: he puts Tsukune through Cold-Blooded Torture, punches Moka in the gut, and overall needs little-to-no provocation to burn someone alive even if they're not the sort of creature he despises (read: humans).
  • Kitsune: His true form.
  • Knight of Cerebus: The first villain to break the Monster of the Week formula, and his appearance was one of the few times Inner Moka dying was presented as a possibility in Part I.
  • Knight Templar: He's firmly convinced that all humans are disgusting vermin worthy only of death, and that any other monsters who dare associate with humans are No True Scotsman and deserve to die as well.
  • Lack of Empathy: When Tsukune, having been scheduled for execution by the Security Committee, asks him to at least leave Moka and the other members of his Unwanted Harem alone, Kuyou assures him that their deaths with be quick and painless and then laughs in Tsukune's face while Tsukune pleads with him not to hurt them.
  • Made of Iron: He survives being shredded by Ginei's claws.
    • He also survives the release of Tsukune's first seal in their second fight... barely.
  • The Mole: When he returns, it's revealed that he'd been spying on Yokai Academy for Fairy Tale the whole time.
  • Murder Is the Best Solution: His general approach to anyone breaking the rules at Yokai Academy typically amounts to "Kill It with Fire."
  • A Nazi by Any Other Name: He very much behaves like a Nazi in his initial appearances, down to his desire for racial purity (i.e. monsters only) at Yokai Academy. In fact, he's part of a terrorist organization with similar yet larger-scale goals as far as racial purity is concerned—just like the Nazis!
  • Not So Above It All: He's seen in a rare moment of chibi humor with Kiria in the manga's epilogue.
  • Not-So-Well-Intentioned Extremist: He constantly goes on about how everything he does is for the sake of justice and that Humans Are the Real Monsters, but it falls flat considering that he abused his authority as the head of the Security Committee and regularly kills his fellow monsters as well.
  • Oh, Crap!: His reaction in the manga when he sees the seemingly-human Tsukune rise again after being burned alive, now with vampire powers. This also provides a window of opportunity for Moka to restrain him long enough for Tsukune to knock him out cold with a headbutt.
  • One-Winged Angel: His true form is a four-tailed kitsune. He has a fifth tail after The Bus Came Back, and explicitly points it out as a sign of the power he's gained in the interim.
  • Pet the Dog: Awful as Kuyo is, he shows a bit of decency at the end when he seems genuinely touched by Kiria's care for Hokuto.
  • Playing with Fire: Hitomi describes his flames as hot enough to vaporize bone (which doesn't appear to be an exaggeration).
  • Put on a Bus: Haven't heard from him since the first time Moka turned Tsukune into a vampire. He briefly returns as part of Fairy Tale. And then he's on a Bus again since he survived his fight against Tsukune, and there are chances that he appears in future.
  • Revenge Myopia: His entire motive when he comes back is to get revenge on Tsukune for defeating and humiliating him. Sure, never mind the fact that Kuyou is a human-hating Knight Templar who abused his status as the head of the Student Police to make everyone at Yokai Academy miserable, and Tsukune defeated him after Kuyou threatened his friends and nearly killed him by burning him alive, purely because he was a human.
  • Sadist: When Tsukune requests that he leave the rest of the Newspaper Club alone, Kuyou tells him he's going to kill them anyway and laughs in his face, and later burns him alive, right in front of all of his Unwanted Harem. When he returns in Season II of the manga, he reveals that Fang Fang and Yukari were killed by Gairen, and when Tsukune is brought to tears by that reveal, Kuyou ends up gleefully Laughing Mad, boasting about how he wanted to see that look on Tsukune's face and ensure he died with "a heart full of despair."
  • Screw the Rules, I Make Them!: As head of the Security Committee, he abused his position and essentially did everything he could to make the students' lives a living hell.
  • Smug Super: He's very self-assured of his own power, and boasts about being a genius who never had to train or expend any effort in his life before Tsukune defeated him. The very idea of losing to Tsukune, who he had considered a weak human, is a massive blow to Kuyou's ego; he outright describes the humiliation of such a loss as a Fate Worse than Death.
  • Spoiled Brat: Implied; during his second fight with Tsukune, he goes into a Motive Rant, griping about how much he hates Tsukune for forcing him to train himself for the first time in his life.
  • Tautological Templar: Gin sums him up as such:
    Gin: Kuyou is the kind of guy who mistakenly believes that, without a doubt, everything he does is for the sake of justice. Anyone who goes against him is going against justice and is an evildoer, and he believes that he can do anything for his own sake, because he is justice.
  • Terrorist Without A Cause: In the anime; as Fairy Tale was Adapted Out, Kuyou is reduced to nothing but a generic human-hating thug who just makes people miserable For the Evulz.
  • This Cannot Be!:
    • He's completely taken aback when Tsukune is successfully revived by Moka.
      Kuyou: No! He lives?! But that's impossible! I saw what my flame did to him! His body was burned to a crisp!
    • He does it again during their rematch; the fact that Tsukune is still overpowering him, even after he trained himself so hard, drives him completely berserk.
      Kuyou: Impossible... how could I...? I can't believe it. Damn you! How is it possible for one such as me to lose to the likes of you?!
  • Tyrant Takes the Helm: Before he took charge of the Security Committee, they were actually a good, necessary institution. When he took charge, the entire organization devolved into a band of yakuza-esque thugs that abuse their authority to make everyone at Yokai Academy miserable For Thevulz.
  • Underestimating Badassery: He grossly underestimates Tsukune during their rematch, unimpressed with his level of strength during the fight and toying with him. Ruby realizes that Tsukune's seeming weakness is because he recalls how Kuyou nearly killed him before, so he's subconsciously retreating in fear. When Kuyou finally pisses him off enough, Tsukune decides to cut loose and proceeds to stomp Kuyou into the ground, driving him to a Villainous Breakdown.
  • Villain Forgot to Level Grind: Double subverted. He did remember to Level Grind but our hero did more effective level grinding.
  • Villainous Breakdown: He completely loses it when Tsukune overpowers and defeats him.
  • The Worf Effect: Is on the giving and receiving end of this. When he first appeared, he managed to overpower Inner Moka and nearly kill her with ease. When he returns, it's mostly just so Tsukune can show off by kicking his ass.
  • Would Hit a Girl: He has no qualms against putting the smackdown on the entirety of Tsukune's Unwanted Harem, including giving Inner Moka a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown.
  • Would You Like to Hear How They Died?: Does this to Tsukune after critically injuring Ruby, boasting that Gairen killed Fang-Fang and Yukari and "squashed them beyond recognition," just to be a dick and savor his fear and despair before he kills him. It backfires; Tsukune promptly undergoes a Heroic Second Wind and beats the shit out of him. As it turns out, Kuyou was wrong; Fang-Fang and Yukari survived the fight.

Voiced by: Yukana (JP), Anastasia Muñoz (EN)

An enforcer for the Public Safety Commission. She is a Jorogumo. She attacked Moka and Kurumu when they refused to destroy all of their newspapers and Inner Moka defeating her led to Kuyou trying to destroy the Newspaper Club.

  • Didn't Think This Through: She attempts to wrap Inner Moka up in a web, spitting some at her wrist - thus allowing Moka to casually drag her forward because she didn't think to sever the strand first.
  • The Dragon: To Kuyou, at least while he was still with the Student Police.
  • Giant Spider: Her monster form is a humanoid version of this.
  • Jerkass: She takes great pleasure in acting like a bitch/terrorist towards the Newspaper Club and giving its members merry hell in the name of school security.
  • Kick the Dog: Incinerating the unsold newspapers.
  • The Rival: In the anime.
  • Slut-Shaming: Calls Kurumu a "dumb, slutty airhead." Kurumu promptly decides that It's Personal.
  • Smug Snake: Acts like a big shot and declares that Inner Moka is nothing but a weakling to her face. All of her smugness goes down the drain once Moka drags her around by her own web.
  • Spider Limbs: Her monster form has these.
  • Terrorist Without A Cause: Played with; she does have a motive for what she does (i.e. school security), but she seems to genuinely enjoy committing acts of terrorism against unlicensed clubs and their members more than anything. Ultimately, her motivation comes from an uneven mix of duty and pleasure.
  • Tsuchigumo and Jorogumo: She is a Jorōgumo, a spider woman.
  • Villains Want Mercy: The minute she realizes that Inner Moka is way out of her league, she starts pathetically begging for mercy and trying to bargain with her, offering to keep her "transgression" a secret from the Security Committee. Inner Moka bluntly tells Keito to piss off (yes, those are her actual words) before Megaton Kicking her into next year.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: She's not seen again after Moka curb-stomps her for assaulting Tsukune.

     Deshiko Deshi
Voiced by: Saori Goto (JP), Kristin Sutton (EN)

A member of the Public Safety Commission. She was just a background character in the manga but appeared again in Season 2 of the anime.

  • Ascended Extra: Originally just a generic member of the Student Police in the manga, she gets a slightly expanded role in the anime.
  • Chinese Vampire: A jiang-shi.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: Like all other members of the Security Committee under Kuyou, she constantly abused her authority and made the other students' lives as difficult as possible For the Evulz. Come her reappearance in Capu2 episode 10, a year after Kuyou's defeat, she's been reduced to a sad, pathetic girl and a target of ridicule for the very same student body she used to victimize.
  • Repetitive Name: Deshiko Deshi.
  • Simple Staff: Her Weapon of Choice.

     Tamao Ichinose
Voiced by: Satsuki Yukino (JP), Lydia Mackey (EN)

The leader of the Swimming Club. She and her fellow Mermaids used the club to lure men into the pool to feed on their life energy.


     Nagare Kano

An extremely perverted slug monster who stalked and blackmailed Kurumu.

  • Adapted Out: Makes no appearance in the anime.
  • Blackmail: Takes dirty pictures of Kurumu, and threatens to expose them to the entire school if she doesn't do as he says.
  • But for Me, It Was Tuesday: He can't be bothered to remember every girl he's stalked before Kurumu.
  • Camera Fiend: He enjoys taking dirty pictures of his victims.
  • Deliberately Bad Example: He's basically a walking example of how perverts in the series should not behave.
  • Evil Counterpart: Can be considered one to Gin. They're both perverts who enjoy taking dirty pictures of girls, but while Gin is a Chivalrous Pervert who genuinely cares for his friends, Kano is just a creep who has stalked countless girls, forced them to pose in costumes for him to take pictures of, and is willing to go to such lengths as blackmail and theft to get what he wants.
  • I Have You Now, My Pretty: He forces Kurumu to pose in dirty and slutty cosplay outfits so he can take pictures of her.
  • It's All About Me: He forces Kurumu to ditch the Newspaper Club when they're on a deadline, putting their hard work at risk, purely to satisfy his own perversions.
  • Jerkass: He's willing to stoop very low to get his way, such as breaking into the Newspaper Club and stealing that day's half-finished paper to force Kurumu to cooperate.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: After spending the bulk of his appearance tormenting Kurumu, Kurumu is the one who takes him out.
  • Monster of the Week: He stands out in the formula in that he's one of the very few that Inner Moka didn't have a hand in defeating; instead, Kurumu beat him all by herself.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: His hair always covers his right eye.
  • Poison Is Evil: A sicko pervert and stalker who can generate poison gas.
  • Poisonous Person: Can generate a paralyzing nerve gas.
  • Slashed Throat: Kurumu finishes him off by cutting his throat open with her claws.
  • Slasher Smile: Sports one when he threatens to expose the photos he took of Kurumu to Tsukune.
  • Stalker with a Crush: To Kurumu, and not just her—once he finished with Kurumu, he was planning to go after Moka next, and he outright states that he himself doesn't know how many girls he's stalked before he targeted Kurumu. No wonder he was Adapted Out of the anime.
  • Too Dumb to Live: He openly gloats about how he plans to stalk and play with Moka just as he did Kurumu... right in front of Kurumu. Hearing this, Kurumu snaps and fights back, using her illusion powers to scare and bind him before slitting his throat with her claws.
  • The Unfettered: As mentioned above, he's willing to stoop to such lows as blackmail and theft to get his way.

     Saizo Komiya

Voiced by: Nobuyuki Hiyama (JP), Robert McCollum (EN)

A hybrid monster that was the first to attack Tsukune and be defeated by Inner Moka. He later reappears as a member of Anti-Thesis.

  • Adaptational Heroism: In the anime, after his defeat at the hands of Inner Moka, he performs a Heel–Face Turn and becomes a more benevolent, if a bit grumpy, student. Compare that with the manga, when he remains a villain with a big hatred for Tsukune to the point of allying himself with ANTI-THESIS. The anime also omitted a piece of dialogue where one student mentions he harassed many human girls before coming to Yokai Academy, making him look a bit better.
  • Adaptation Species Change: Downplayed, in the fact that his monster form is the same in both anime and manga, but while in the manga he's an hybrid monster, in the anime he claims to be an orc. Since the concept of hybrid monsters was never introduced in the anime (closest thing was the inclusion of Mako Yakumaru in Capu 2, but her species was never mentioned), is up to debate if orcs are mean to be a subespecies of hybrid monsters or are their own race like vampires or werewolves. The fact he has actual parents in the anime doesn't helps to clarify that.
  • All Men Are Rapists: During his Establishing Character Moment, he shows an unhealthy interest in molesting human women. He later corners Moka when she's alone and attempts to force himself on her.
  • The Bus Came Back: In the manga, after his defeat at the hands of Inner Moka, he leaves Yokai Academy for a while. He reappears after Mizore's introductory arc as a member of ANTI-THESIS.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: After thrashing both Tsukune and Moka, receives one at the hands of Inner Moka, becoming the first of many Monster of the Week to suffer the power of her kicks.
    • Also again in the manga, at the hands of Tsukune after he activates the power of Moka's blood inside him to deal with Saizou and his allies.
  • Heel–Face Turn: In the anime. After being defeated, he reforms from his bully past and becomes another normal student, not bothering anyone else from that point.
  • Nice Guy: At least in the anime, he's more amicable to Tsukune since their first encounter.
  • Overly Long Tongue: In his introduction, he shows a very long tongue while looking threateningly to Tsukune. Tsukune, being a normal human, gets freaked out by this.
  • Recurring Extra: In the anime, after his defeat, he doesn't leaves the school and remains in Yokai Academy, being the only student other than the main characters to stand out in Tsukune's classroom.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: As there was no Hokuto or ANTI-THESIS in the anime, he got off with just a foot to the face.
  • Starter Villain: He's the first monster in the series to harass Tsukune and the first one to be beaten down by Inner Moka.

     Kusabi Midou

A member of Anti-Thesis. He hates purebred monsters and wants to prove that hybrids are superior.

  • Blood Knight: Obsessed with fighting a real vampire.
  • The Bus Came Back: He reappears during the final battle against Alucard to fight against the monsters spawned by Alucard alongside Mako.
  • Combat Pragmatist: He claims that while he enjoys a good fight, the only thing that matters is winning.
  • Crazy-Prepared: He rigs makeshift sprinklers to counter Moka, as vampires can't stand water.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Was belting this out to Inner Moka via the above and to Tsukune... until the tables turned when Tsukune's Ghoul form awakened and the Curbstomping reversed on to him.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Seems to have turned over a new leaf inbetween seasons since he fights to protect the human world in the final battle.
  • Not Quite Dead: Despite that it seemed that Makio killed him in first season, he somehow survived, and was much later seen fighting one of Alucard's spawns alongside Makio.
  • Power Fist: His right arm turns gigantic in his monster form, and his punch is strong enough to do some serious damage to Inner Moka when he lands a solid hit.

     Kiria Yoshi

Second-in-Command of Anti-Thesis. He is entirely motivated by whether things interest him or not and will act on his own on these whims.

  • Ambiguously Gay: Utterly fixated on Hokuto. In an omake he cheerily points out he's "not that into girls"...
  • Arch-Enemy: Seems to really have it in for Kurumu. Moka too.
  • Avenging the Villain: Kiria's rise to head of Fairy Tail is driven by his desire to avenge Miyabi/Alucard.
  • Bishōnen: Tsukune even thinks he looks like a model when he first sees him.
  • Body Horror: His Chimera form.
  • The Dragon: To Hokuto
  • Dragon Ascendant: After Miyabi/Alucard's death, he took over the leadership over the Fairy Tale and continued to be a threat for Tsukune and others.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Kiria's final appearance in the manga solidifies what was previously ambiguous: he cares deeply for Hokuto-possibly to the point of being in love with him, and he also cared deeply for Miyabi, praising Miyabi and then openly weeping, claiming he cannot forgive Tsukune for taking both of them from him.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: At one point, he's unable to understand why Kurumu chose to save Moka's life despite the fact that she and Moka are rivals-in-love for Tsukune. As Kurumu points out, just because she's competing with Moka for Tsukune doesn't mean she hates her or wants her dead.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Moka. Both got close to a human who accidentally entered the Academy. Both turned them into something no longer human. But where Moka comes to see there being a chance for humans and monsters to live in peace, he doesn't.
  • Far East Asian Terrorists: Like Hokuto, he's in Fairy Tale.
  • Flash Step: He's so insanely fast that the only reason he didn't kill the heroes in an instant is because it wouldn't be very entertaining for him.
  • For the Evulz: Everything he does is determined by what he thinks is the most interesting. Hokuto remarks that any of his plans could easily come undone because of Kiria’s whims.
  • Hellish Pupils: Doubly so in that, not only does he have rectangular pupils, but they are oriented so that they are perpendicular to one another.
  • I Hate You, Vampire Dad: Subverted to hell and back. Hokuto holds him no ill will Not only that, but his attempt to kill Miyabi appears to be the two working together.
  • Karma Houdini: While Miyabi/Alucard died once the Dark Lords sacrificed themselves to finally destroy him, Kiria survived, and eventually managed to rebuild the Fairy Tale and continued to be a threat for Tsukune and others.
  • Mix-and-Match Creatures: He's a chimera.
  • Pet the Dog: Saving Hokuto's life back when he was a human and turning him into a monster to give him the strength to survive. He did admit that he was curious to see what Hokuto would do with his newfound power.
  • Sinister Scythe: What his arm turns into.

     Hokuto Kaneshiro

The leader of Anti-Thesis. He poses as the president of the school festival committee but secretly plans to destroy Yokai Academy.

  • Boomerang Bigot: He's a biologically human leader in the anti-human terrorist organization Fairy Tale.
  • The Chessmaster: He is very good at playing other people. He let himself get defeated and captured by Kurumu, Yukari, Mizore and Ruby so that he could get close to Mikogami and catch him off guard. He then immediately broke Mikogami’s barrier and stabbed him so he could steal the Rosary of Judgement to destroy the Great Barrier. Even when Tsukune and Moka manage to follow him to the Everlasting Altar of Darkness he is able to buy enough time to insert the Rosary by monologuing at them. The only reason his plan fails is because Tsukune makes him change his mind and help restore the barrier.
  • Eldritch Abomination: His true form, seen in chapter 33 of season I, resembles one, being some kind of bizarre, horrifying insect-dragon-like creature.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Tsukune. He could be the version of him, if Tsukune never met Moka. And both of them were humans who were injected with Shinso Blood.
  • Expy: Of Light Yagami.
    • You could also strongly argue that he's one of Aizen. Starts out with glasses and later removes them a short time after his True Colors are revealed, kills off the alleged governing council of the student festival in what looks like what would have happened if we had seen Aizen kill the Central 46 members onscreen, and manages to make everyone believe he's a good guy.
  • Far East Asian Terrorists: Considering that he's a leader in Fairy Tale...
  • Freudian Excuse: His father beat him and the monsters at the school nearly killed him many times over. Kiria was his only friend.
  • Genius Bruiser: On top of being a brilliant and devious tactician he is very powerful, able to Curb-Stomp Tsukune.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Human and chimera, thanks to Kiria.
  • Handicapped Badass: As of Season 2, he is in a wheelchair. And he can STILL Curb-Stomp Battle Tsukune. With one arm no less. Assuming he's not faking the handicapped part, which would be very much within his character.
    • The true reason he's in wheelchair is that he has Alucard blood in his veins, which he got it from Kiria who's also injected with Alucard blood or flesh.
  • Heel–Face Revolving Door: It is unknown if he is outright hostile or not. He is a member of Fairy Tale but in some cases he is also a Stealth Mentor to the Newspaper Club.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: He's at least two head lengths taller than Tsukune, who's taller than most, if not all, of the harem.
  • Knight of Cerebus: His arc is arguably the darkest of the first season.
  • I Am Not Left-Handed: After battling Moka and Tsukune for some time, he reveals he was wearing a Power Limiter, takes it off, and goes One-Winged Angel on their asses.
  • Noble Demon: Possibly. He's done a number of things that are undoubtably helpful to Tsukune and co, even stopping one of HIS OWN PLANS for the sake of Tsukune. While he could be genuinely setting Tsukune up for a fall (and is certainly smart enough to do it), Hokuto's taking a rather roundabout way of doing so.
  • No-Nonsense Nemesis: He only engages in Villain Ball-type behavior to get his enemies to drop their guard and further his plan rather than for his own amusement, isolates the good guys from each other so they can't all attack him at once and Tsukune can't unleash Inner Moka, dominates the resulting fight with a merciless No-Holds-Barred Beatdown, Xanatos Speed Chesses his way past an interference which truly took him (and everyone else) by surprise, only engages in Evil Gloating in order to play for time, and even when he is eventually outmatched he uses My Defense Need Not Protect Me Forever to gain the advantage anyway, and his plan only fails because he is apparently so touched by Tsukune's idealism that he surrenders willingly, and we later find out that even this had an ulterior motive.
  • Not So Different: He was once a human who stumbled into the monster world, just like Tsukune. However, instead of getting a harem, the only friend he made was Kiria, who made him what he is now. After being defeated, he helps Tsukune and Moka stop his own plan, because he decides Tsukune had proved himself the better of the two.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: Wanted to destroy both worlds as punishment for both spurning him.
  • One-Winged Angel: Removing his Holy Lock causes him to completely become a monster, turning into a massive creature with three sets of large bladed arms. In season 2 he has a different form that is more human but has large tentacle fingers and wings, which he uses to fight Kiria.
  • Power Limiter: Like Tsukune, he wears a Holy Lock, though his holds back a One-Winged Angel form rather than a Superpowered Evil Side.
  • Psychotic Smirk: Just before he reveals that he and Kiria are with Fairy Tale.
  • Shadow Archetype: He essentially represents what Tsukune could have been had he not met Moka and his Unwanted Harem.
  • Villainous Friendship: With Kiria.
  • Was Once a Man: Like Tsukune he was originally a human who enrolled in Yokai Academy. He was given Kiria’s blood, turning him into a Chimera.
  • Wild Card: Hokuto is amused you think he's on any side other than his own.

     Fan Club Leaders (Kozo Kasahara, Bozaburo Taira, Kubisaku Nagai) 
Voiced by:
Bozaburo: Takashi Onozuka (JP), Kul Das (EN)
Kubisaku: Chihiro Suzuki (JP), Christopher Bevins (EN)

A trio of monster in charge of fan clubs that idolize the girls of the Newspaper Club. They are extremely jealous of Tsukune.

  • Straw Losers: Even their monster forms are laughably pathetic, and their combined form isn't much better.
  • Verbal Tic: One for each fanboy that relate to their monster form. Yukarin's has "necktie", Kurumu's is "blob", and Mako's is "umbrella".


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