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Characters who appear in Soul Eater Zeta.

Some spoilers may be unmarked. Read with caution. Note that quite a few of the adults who appeared in Soul Eater: Troubled Souls or in Soul Eater itself are in this story as students.

This page is currently under construction, so any contributions are appreciated.

Canon Characters

     Kami Okubo 
Kami Okubo is a 15-year-old, young girl who debuts in the story as a freshman attending her orientation. Captivated by what the Academy offers, she immediately meets new friends who usher her in the right direction, ultimately resulting in her becoming part of Class Crescent Moon and pursuing a teaching career.

She comes from Japan, is part of Class Crescent Moon, and is a One-Star Meister. Naturally, she starts off with butterflies in her school at the prospect of coming to the Academy, but she slowly starts to learn the ways and grow accustomed to its wackiness. However, a prevailing concern of hers is being unable to procure a Weapon partner. She truly wants to go on a mission, but she might be too eager…

Do note that this interpretation of Kami is based off a canon character, none of than Maka’s mysterious mother whose profile you can find here on SoulEaterpedia.

  • Endearingly Dorky: She tends to act like a typical freshman, and even a few characters in-universe find her reactions amusing or endearing.
  • Ordinary High-School Student: Kami actually finds herself overwhelmed by the everyday antics of the Academy being a freshman and all. It’s an interesting contrast to her future daughter Maka, who’s pretty much brimming herself confidence all the time.
  • Naïve Newcomer: Textbook example.
  • The Protagonist: The story focuses on her.
  • The Straight Woman: Since her first few days at the Academy, Kami increasingly demonstrates this trope, starting with reactions to people somehow entering her apartment.
  • Tomboyish Ponytail: Wears this, attesting to her athletic nature.

     Spirit Albarn 

     Franken Stein 

     Mira Nygus 


Original Characters

     Amagai Vladingham 
Amagai Vladingham is a 16-year-old boy who’s approaching his fourth year at the DWMA. He is a Two-Star Naginata Meister, partnered with Rukia Forsythia. He is also a Crescent Moon Class student and the son of the class’s teacher, Romulus. Another member of the Vladingham Family, Amagai is a lively one. He’s very social, wisecracking, and has a big heart.
  • Deuteragonist: The secondary protagonist that appears alongside Kami and is one of her first and quickest friends.
  • Large Ham: Amagai is bombastic and lively, making him to prone to shouting a lot regardless of the situation. Caius didn’t get that from him, that’s for sure.
"Good moooooorniiiiiiiiing, DWMA~! This is Amagai Vladingham ready for another action-packed day!"

     Rukia Forsythia 
Rukia Forsythia is a Demon Naginata and the weapon partner of Amagai Vladingham. 16-years-old, she is the middle child of the Forsythia Siblings. Rukia is a pleasant, nice, and friendly person. She’s pretty much this generation’s Tsubaki. She is also very knowledgeable of the functions of the Academy. She is a Two-Star Weapon and goes to Class Crescent Moon.

     Noel Ricardsen 
Noel Ricardsen is 19-years-old and is the younger brother of Edward Ricardsen. Simply put, Noel is a very infamous person. He is known as “The Bloody Shield”; a disturbed person who mercilessly beats up people who activate an emotional and/or mental trigger in him. Nobody knows what is truly wrong with him. He also goes to Class Crescent Moon.

Note: Unless it’s related or expounds upon something in Zeta, please keep all Soul Eater: Troubled Souls tropes and information about Noel here.

     Claude Moncharmin 

     Diana Daae 

     Roger Moncharmin 

     Francis Moncharmin 

     Rosalind Waldo 

     Katrina Forsythia 
Katrina Forsythia is a Three-Star Meister that also attends Class Crescent Moon and is the youngest of the Forsythia Siblings at 14 years old. Katrina appears to be someone who prefers functioning by her own designs and keeps to herself despite being around other people. Notably, Katrina is the active partner of two different weapon partners, her brother Frederick and another girl named Ophelia Louisengale.
  • The Ace: Her peers consider her a genius, but everyone close to her knows better than that.
  • The Baby of the Bunch: The youngest character introduced so far, and the youngest of her three siblings.
  • Berserk Button: Do not call her gifted or naturally talented.
  • Broken Ace: What Rukia and Frederick worry she may secretly be.
  • Child Prodigy/Teen Genius: Subverted. It appears she is not really a genius or prodigy; Katrina simply gives that much effort with a spectacular payoff. Nonetheless, she earned the merit of Three-Stars at age 12, and people think she is one or the other without knowing the full details.
  • Don't Call Me "Sir": As covered under Berserk Button, being called a genius, naturally talented, or gifted is not appreciated by her. She believes it undermines her abilities, hard work, and effort.
  • Excuse Me While I Multitask: Frederick seems to be her designated weapon partner, but since he is not a Three-Star he cannot go with her on missions involving them. Therefore, Katrina does double duty being the meister of Ophelia as well.
  • The Everygirl: Katrina may be a skilled ace, but her characterization is deeper than that. Unlike many examples, she is not that good naturally, so she has to hone her combat and academic skills religiously. In other words, she is a normal girl, a normal student with a normal life who champions hard work and perseverance, something anyone could do.
  • The Gift: Defied. Rosalind compliments Katrina on her skills and abilities, referring to her as ‘gifted,’ but she rebukes her. She earned everything through hard work, not latent talent.
  • Improbable Age: She received the honor of Three-Stars at the tender age of 12.
  • In-Series Nickname: ‘Kat’ or ‘Kitty-Kat.’
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Like her older sister, Air Force blue hair.
  • Youngest Child Wins: Clearly the most accomplished of the Forsythia Siblings.

     Frederick Forsythia 

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