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Home Series/Debut: Guilty Crown

The three main (canon) characters of the mega crossover. They have come to New York thanks to Madoka's invitation to celebrate and meeting new people.


  • Id Superego And Ego: Tsugumi is the Id, Ayase is the Superego, and Shu is simply the Ego.
  • Legacy Characters: These are the fictional characters that inspired the author (alongside others) to imagine their own versions of said characters.
  • Older and Wiser: Have this trait since their war with the original GHQ, yet retain their own personalities.
  • Retired Badasses: They have retired from their duties and let their Lost Kingdoms versions take over the roles.

Back to Shinnen New Year.


Shu Ouma

Da’ath, no matter what it takes, we will stop you.
His civilian self
When he reclaims his powers
Voiced by: Austin Tindle (EN), Yuuki Kaji (JP)

The main character in his perspective of the crossover story. Years after he save the world from the Fourth Apocalypse, he is now blind due to Inori's sacrifice and traumatized since his experiences. Married to Ayase, he and his friends are visiting New York to celebrate New Years alongside meeting an alternate version of himself. Shu wonders if there are more things to interact.

  • Artificial Limbs: His former right arm.
  • Broken Pedestal: Sees himself as this ever since his anime ended.
  • Cool Shades: Wears one in the first half of the story.
  • Dual Wielding: He uses Kirito and Asuna's sword voids.
  • Expy: His role is similar to Cloud from Advent Children with all the brooding attitude to boot.
    • His blindness is similar to Matt Murdock/Daredevil.
    • When regaining his powers, his role in reclaiming his throne is being the T. rex.
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  • Handicapped Badass: He's blind and wears a prosthetic arm, but is remembered as a savior to some people.
  • The Hero: Of his respective anime and this story, although in a more deconstructed case.
  • My Greatest Failure: When he failed to be with Inori in the afterlife.
  • One Last Job: Since he temporary regains his powers, him helping the united forces against GHQ/Da'ath is his sole chance to confront his past.
  • Shell-Shocked Veteran: He becomes one since the events of the anime and by missing Inori.
  • Thousand-Yard Stare: Develops this at the beginning of the story.
  • Took a Level in Badass: He becomes stronger after temporary regaining his powers.

Ayase Shinomiya

Shinomiya Ayase is back on the battlefield!
Her civilian self
When she returns to battle
Voiced by: Emily Neves (EN), Kana Hanazawa (JP)

The main heroine and Canon!Shu's 'wife'. Formerly a notorious member of Funeral Parlor, she has since settles down to enjoy the New Year times. She remembers the time when her disabled legs made her a burden, yet she does everything she can to help her comrades.


A happy ending. Granted we never truly got one, but at least this time we gotta make something up.
Her civilian self
When she returns to battle
Voiced by: Monica Rial (EN), Ayana Taketatsu (JP)

Shu and Ayase's other main friend that she goes along with. Formerly the hacker of the original Undertakers, she has settle down with her friends to celebrate the New Years. She has meet her cat girl version of herself who she gets along with.

Inori Yuzuriha's spirit

Voiced by: Alexis Tipton (EN), Ai Kayano (JP)

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