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     Katsuragi Daichi. 
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Samejima, I will kill you without fail.
  • Becoming the Mask: At first, he only resurrected Shuri and treated her kindly so he'd have a convenient pawn to exploit. One gesture of genuine affection later, and he becomes romantically attracted to her for real.
  • The Chosen One: Double Subverted. It initially looks like Clare just swept him up, by accident, when summoning "heroes" for her cause, but he was chosen by goddess Messiah to be the hero for her people, and goddess Clare interfered by summoning the rest of his class to oppose him.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Though he predominantly fights fairly, when he's at a major disadvantage in a fight to the death, he will use every dirty trick he has to.
  • Cruel to Be Kind: When Shuri's at her most broken, coming out of Lily's Lotus-Eater Machine, realizing that her relationship with Daichi is unhealthy and emotional dependence, not love, rather than give her platitudes of comfort, he lays down the Brutal Honesty. It may not have been what she wanted to hear, but it is very much what she needed.
  • Cursed with Awesome: His "Revenge of the Grudgemaster" ability is truly impressive and has a great many perks and benefits, not the least of which is the ability to resurrect any corpse he comes across to be his slave, provided he has open slots available. The downside is that he has to die, repeatedly, to make to most of it, and the deaths in this story are never quick or easy.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: He's spent years under Samejima's heel, figuratively and literally.
  • Eaten Alive: His first five deaths in Rostalgia involve being literally torn apart by wild beasts. Fortunately, he has no memory of four of said deaths.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Not only is informed consent critically important before he'll engage in sexual activity, he needs a mutual loving commitment too.
  • The Farmer and the Viper: How does his class reward them for guiding them to the dungeon exit after they open a "monster house" and find themselves swarmed by monsters? They set him on fire, throw him at the monsters, and close the exit in his face, to be Left for Dead.
  • Freudian Excuse: Being horrifically bullied, without relief, respite, refuge, or recourse, for the vast majority of his school tenure, has left him quite jaded on humanity.
  • Good Is Not Nice: Though he does have a good and noble core to his personality, he is quite jaded and cruel, and those who blame him for it, in-universe, universally have something seriously wrong with them.
  • Good People Have Good Sex: Though there are few specifics, the girls he's had sex with come back for more, and they're the ones who propositioned him in the first place.
  • Harem Seeker: When he first wakes up after being Eaten Alive in Rigali's Den, thinking he'd been reincarnated in yet another world, he openly wishes to be a harem MC, though he would have been content to have even one wife. Even after realizing he's still in the world of Rostalgia, he's quite eager to have multiple female love interests, if they give their fully informed consent and there's a mutual loving commitment.
  • Heroic Neutral: He doesn't care much about the larger political conflict between the demons and humans. All he cares about is keeping those he treasures safe, sound, and happy. Of course, revenge against those that bullied him ties very strongly into that.
  • Hollywood Homely: In-universe. He's noted as a bit overweight and less-than super-model attractive before his "death" in Rostalgia. This was enough of an "excuse" to instigate Samejima's bullying.
  • Hollywood Nerd: Discussed and defied. Despite Samejima's claims to the contrary, his love of anime, manga, etc., is no more or less than the norm.
  • Hypocritical Heartwarming: He tends towards being quite harsh to the ladies in his harem for whatever slights they've committed. Anyone else so much as looks at them funny, and there will be serious consequences.
  • I Lied: Lampshaded by name. When he offers Kuiji the chance to survive if he'll let Takami be raped, Kuiji agrees, only to find a sword piercing his gut, and then being beheaded.
  • Jerkass with a Heart of Gold: He's rude, crude, violent, and abrasive, treating slaves as one would see them treated in reality, but he does have a truly gentle and noble core to his personality and does ultimately treasure his followers, when push comes to shove.
  • Love Redeems: He was well on his way to becoming a brutal Villain Protagonist, with only thoughts of vengeance on his mind. When Shuri gave him the genuine affection he so desperately craves, he pulled back from the brink and became more of an Unscrupulous Hero.
  • Madden Into Misanthropy: When the entire school bullies you for little to no reason, teachers not only unconcerned, but actively helping the bullies, it's quite hard to avoid hating all humanity.
  • Mugging the Monster: After coming out of Rigal's den, some thugs turned adventurers notice he has A Lady on Each Arm and demand he "share" at least one of them. He mugs said thugs right back and takes everything of value from them, pretending to not hear their pleas for mercy.
  • Oblivious to Love: Defied. Which he lampshades. He's not the typical clueless isekai MC. He's well aware of the affections from the ladies in his harem, and responds appropriately.
  • Pay Evil unto Evil: The revenge he has against his bullies? Putting them through the exact same thing they put him through. No more. No less.
  • Resurrective Immortality: While the limits are not yet known, and he doesn't want to find out, his "Revenge of the Grudgemaster" ability doesn't just revive him from death, it makes him stronger.
  • Revenge: Justified. Not only was the level of bullying he endured enough to justify retaliation with lethal force in any other setting, but he had no recourse, refuge, or alternative, as the authorities openly ignored the bullying and made it easier for the bullies, by refusing to either transfer him elsewhere, or simply letting him take refuge in his dorm.
  • The So-Called Coward: Samejima and his flunkies are all fond of thinking he's nothing but a coward because he doesn't want to face being attacked 30 on one, and bullied to the brink of death on a near daily basis.
  • Stock Light-Novel Hero: Double subverted, invoked, lampshaded, and justified. At first, it looked like Samejima was going to be the "hero" of the story, as he was shoved into the background and ignored, thrown into a pit of monsters, used as bait so the rest of the class could escape Samejima's blunder. Then he wakes up with the "Revenge of the Grudgemaster" ability, among other perks, gains himself a harem, by resurrecting and enslaving attractive women, and learns he's the "hero" chosen by Messiah.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: The fact that his harem dotes on him and treats him with genuine affection causes him to mellow considerably. He is still very vicious and brutal to those who are unrepentant concerning the bullying he received, but he treats those who follow him much better than when he started.
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     Hakazane Shuri 
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I will not forgive any disrespect against Daichi-sama!
  • Boobs of Steel: Big chested, and one of the strongest melee fighters in the story.
  • Buxom Is Better: She's got the biggest chest among Daichi's love interests, and knows it.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: To Yandere levels. She radiates an aura of hostility the moment she thinks some girl is getting too close to Daichi.
  • Eaten Alive: She was abandoned and Left for Dead by the class right in the midst of a massive swarm of mindless beasts, and suffered the logical conclusion. Daichi finds her corpse with several pieces missing and entrails hanging out, with a monster still in the process of munching away...
  • Epiphany Therapy: On the receiving end from Lily's Lotus-Eater Machine. She gets better.
  • Hero-Worshipper: She worships the ground Daichi walks on, and will not brook any disrespect against him.
  • Inferiority Superiority Complex: On some subconscious level, she's well aware that she's the least qualified to be a romantic interest to anyone, especially her savior, Daichi, so she's very aggressive in protecting her claim.
  • Kung-Fu Wizard: She's powerful in bare-handed combat and offensive magic. She even beat Fantra to death singe-handed once. It didn't take, of course, but it's still an impressive accomplishment.
  • Lap Pillow: Her favorite form of showing Daichi affection, especially since it has him looking right up at her breasts.
  • Left for Dead: Samejima and the rest of the class abandon her to die the first time they're dungeon crawling, the moment things turn against them. She rightly bears a grudge.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: Inverted. Daichi is her crutch, after Samejima and the class abandon her.
  • Made a Slave: As a direct result of being resurrected by Daichi, she becomes his slave.
  • Multi-Melee Master: When not using magic, she's equally proficient in any melee weapon, or no weapon at all.
  • Necessary Drawback: She has a skill aptly named "Demon Slayer" that greatly increases her magical and melee abilities when facing off against Demon opponents, for a set time. When the time ends, the recoil is just as fierce.
  • Property of Love: After a bit of Character Development, she comes to cherish being Daichi's slave, and even if she could be freed, without killing her, she outright refuses.
  • Reluctant Warrior: She wanted nothing to do with joining Clare's "heroics" and being thrust into the human vs demon conflict, only agreeing because of her faith in Samejima. His abandonment broke her to pieces, psychologically. She latched onto Daichi the moment he showed even a fraction of affection towards her.
  • Shana Clone: While she lacks the physical traits that define the character archetype, her personality was initially very dismissive of Daichi, considering him an inferior, and tried to reject him using violence. Of course, the fact that she was Daichi's slave at the time prevented her from carrying that violence out...
  • Sickening Sweethearts: Lampshaded by Akina Leadred. Every time they dote on each other, it makes Akina feel like she's going to throw up sugar.
  • Stockholm Syndrome: Which hits her hard after she finds herself being reliant on Daichi for her very life. Fortunately for her, he happily returns that affection.
  • Supreme Chef: One of her best redeeming features is that she's an excellent cook. In fact, cooking is her favorite hobby.
  • Their First Time: With Daichi. Much squeeing was had.
  • Undying Loyalty: She will serve Daichi with everything she's got, including her life, if need be.

     Akina Leadred 
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Oh, please, spare me your flirting!
The first demon Daichi meets.
  • Boobs of Steel: Subverted. She's Daichi's most powerful fighter, but her chest is not that large.
  • Blood Knight: She loves fighting.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: After being defeated by Daichi, she's sworn her eternal loyalty.
  • Fiery Redhead: Crimson hair and a very fiery temper.
  • Horned Humanoid: Has two small horns on her forehead.
  • The Lad-ette: She's very tomboyish, and does not like doing traditional "feminine" activities, such as "girl talk."
  • Made a Slave: After the Mutual Kill, she wakes up, resurrected as Daichi's slave. While initially confused, it doesn't bother her a bit. In fact, she sees it as an honor to be the slave of the Demon race's "hero."
  • Mutual Kill: How Daichi defeats her. He exploits his Resurrective Immortality to the hilt to hold her in place while using "Absolute Authority" to have Shuri attack her from behind. He dies just seconds after she does, barely enough time to use his resurrection and enslavement ability.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: Once she finds herself enslaved by Daichi, and realizes he has the "Revenge of the Grudgemaster" skill, she proclaims her intent to obey his orders without question, even if he didn't have "Absolute Authority" to compel her.
  • The Not-Love Interest: She may be in Daichi's harem, but has no interest in him, sexually or romantically.
  • Our Demons Are Different: Aside from the red skin and horns, her sense of morality is very human.
  • Rapunzel Hair: As shown in the page image, her hair reaches her thighs.
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: Fully illustrated with Godiva Hair. Although she only did it to showcase her injury (or lack thereof) in her chest after being resurrected by Daichi, she still sees nothing wrong with showing a guy, who is a complete stranger at that, her naked chest.
  • Weapon of Choice: A sword.

     Yuini Takami 
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I'm so sorry, Daichi. I can't apologize enough!
  • The Atoner: She spends her entire presence in the light novel trying to atone for all the bullying she both aided and participated in that was afflicted on Daichi.
  • Breakout Character: So much so, that when she gets killed in volume four of the web-novel, the backlash forces the web-novel to be shut down, and the author to do a major rewrite in the light novel. Her fate in the LN is yet to be revealed.
  • Class Representative: Her role in Daichi's classroom while back on Earth.
  • Easily Forgiven: Defied. Daichi never, ever forgives her for all the crap she put him through, either by aiding Samejima or bullying him herself. Instead, holds her by his side, so he can punish her for the rest of her life.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: The kanji of her name is spelled "Shield" so Daichi is fond of calling her that, to annoy her. She eventually begins to regard the term with pride, offering herself up as his shield, willingly.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Initially, she was very pro-Samejima, even after finding herself in Daichi's "service." After Daichi takes a life-threatening blow on her behalf, she comes to serve him, honestly and faithfully.
  • Heel Realization: She realizes that using her position as the Class Representative to aid Samejima is wrong, after becoming Daichi's slave and seeing him Taking the Bullet for her.
  • I Owe You My Life: When Daichi takes a massive and painful blow on her behalf, it triggers a Heel Realization. From that point on, she swears Undying Loyalty.
  • Love Redeems: Falling in love with Daichi has made her the most sympathetic character in the story, bar none.
  • Made a Slave: When she finds herself facing a pissed off Shuri and Daichi in Trance Dungeon, she's given two choices, slavery or Final Death. She chooses slavery.
  • My Greatest Failure: Leaving Shuri to be Eaten Alive in a nest of monsters, as a result of panic, bereaves her greatly. Shuri takes quite a bit of time to believe it.
  • Property of Love: Once she realizes that Daichi actually treasures her, as a person, despite all the crap she put him through when they were both students, she happily agrees to be by his side, as his slave, for life.
  • Top Wife: Numerous characters point out that she's the best bridal candidate in Daichi's harem, hands down. She even proves it in Lily's Lotus-Eater Machine.
  • Wacky Marriage Proposal: On the receiving end. Daichi comments that he will never, ever forgive the years she was Samejima's accomplice, and the best punishment will be having her by his side until she dies. She accepts!

     Hayase Fuuko 
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I have always loved you, Daichi
  • Awesomeness by Analysis: The ability granted her by goddess Clare, "Grand Library," allows her to pull up any relevant information she's read, even a cursory glance, for whatever situation she faces.
  • Bookworm: Her favorite activity is reading books. It even becomes her special ability in Rostalgia.
  • Deadly Gaze: After being blessed by Messiah, she's got scarlet eyes that can do all sorts of things, including disintegrating her foes.
  • Murder by Inaction: What she's accused of by Samejima's innermost circle, despite having been brought back to King Ginger's castle, unconscious, and not being able to affect the Kuiji's battle with monsters in any way...
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: As a result of Messiah's blessing, her eyes are scarlet, and they're dangerous.
  • Shy Blue-Haired Girl: What she used to be in Daichi's class, until she joined his harem. At that point, she became much more proactive.
  • Third-Option Love Interest: With Shuri on Daichi's right hand, and Takami on his left, she's got his back.
  • Token Good Teammate: For Daichi's class. She's the only student who never, ever bullied Daichi, but was powerless to do anything about it.

     Nanami Sajima 
The only one of the students that didn't outright abandon either Shuri or Daichi.
  • All-Loving Heroine: She cares for everyone equally, unless they do something truly heinous.
  • Healing Hands: Her gift from goddess Clare gives her the ability to heal anyone's HP and MP to maximum.
  • Mysterious Waif: There is more to her than meets the eye...
  • Tap on the Head: On the receiving end. Samejima renders her unconscious to stop her from rescuing Shuri.
  • Token Good Teammate: Like Hayase, she did not bully Daichi, nor did she abandon her classmates when things got tough, but she still didn't aid them, though not for lack of trying.
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     Arianne 
One of the two women Samejima boasts of screwing over, literally, on a nightly basis.
  • Hazy Feel Turn: She switches from Samejima's side to Daichi's first chance she gets. Daichi doesn't trust her because she did so upon threat of death, making her loyalty dubious, at best.
  • I Fight for the Strongest Side: When she sees that Daichi is way, way stronger than Samejima, she switches sides the moment she's given the chance.
  • Naked Apron: Present and correct.
  • Questionable Consent: It is never clear if she was in Samejima's bed willingly, or was offered up to him to keep him content, but she clearly did not like it, and said so the moment she got the chance.
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: She's constantly flaunting herself in front of Daichi, every chance she gets. Daichi finds it annoying because she has yet to earn his trust, even in volume 4, the end of the webnovel.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Bright pink.

     Selene 
The second of Samejima's ... bedmates that turn on him, given the chance.
  • Groin Attack: When ordered by Daichi to vent her frustrations on Samejima, Selene starts by kicking him in the groin, after a bit of well earned verbal abuse.
  • Hazy Feel Turn: Like Arianne, she turns on Samejima first chance she gets. Daichi's more tolerant of her circumstances because she's a child, and didn't have the agency to tell Samejima "no."
  • Questionable Consent: She's underage. On Earth, she couldn't legally give consent even if she wanted to.

Antagonists

     Samejima Shinji 
The bully ringleader.
  • Bring Me My Brown Pants: The moment he finds himself on the receiving end of bullying, and realizes retreat and surrender are not options, he completely loses control of his bladder.
  • Broken Ace: He's handsome, athletic, and gets the top scores in all subjects, but his personality is hideous, twisted, and cruel, seeing everyone else as either a useful tool for his agency, or as "trash" that he has to personally dispose of, no matter what it takes.
  • Broken Pedestal: To Shuri. She built her entire life around his approval, until she was Left for Dead in a dungeon.
  • The Bully: His favorite pass-time is brutalizing people he doesn't like. His favorite target is Daichi.
  • The Casanova: Attractive women are only convenient sex-toys to him, and he just can't get enough of screwing around. It irks him when there's an attractive woman in his sight, and he can't get her to say "yes" to him...
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: Repeatedly. Daichi spares no expense to show him the hell he was put through by Samejima's actions.
  • Devil in Plain Sight: He doesn't bother trying to hide his horrific personality, yet nobody can ever tell he's scum, until he personally antagonizes them.
  • Entitled Bastard: Even his own internal monologues reveal that when he likes something, or someone, he believes it's his god-given right to lay claim, regardless of who he has to trample.
  • It's All About Me: The only wants and needs that matter to him are his own.
  • Jumped at the Call: He not only jumped on Clare's offer to become a "hero" for her cause, but glared at the rest of the class to force them to comply.
  • The Many Deaths of You: When Daichi gets a hold of him, he gets to experience a Cruel and Unusual Death, repeatedly, until his mind's completely broken.
  • Questionable Consent: While he's not shown engaging in outright rape, one of his P.O.V. side stories has him boast of screwing a couple of local female adventurers, Arianne and Selene, on a nightly basis. When his party, including said women, clash with Daichi's in the Burning Execution Grounds dungeon, said women turn on him the first chance they get, and loudly proclaim that they clearly never enjoyed the experience. What's worse, it is later revealed that one of said women, Selene, would have been underage by Earth standards...
  • Revenge Myopia: Despite bullying Daichi, horrifically, for years, and throwing him into a monster pit to be Eaten Alive, he swears graphic vengeance on Daichi the moment Daichi has him cornered in a dungeon. That is, until Daichi kills him over, and over, and over again, so that he learns how being helplessly bullied feels like.
  • Stock Light-Novel Hero: Deconstructed and subverted. Already a despicable Entitled Bastard and bully on Earth, being chosen by Clare to be humanity's champion made him suicidally overconfident, skirt chasing, and arrogant to the extreme. Then he finds out he's no "hero" after all when he finds himself at Daichi's mercy...
  • Suicidal Overconfidence: The reason the class wound up in a pit of monsters? He thought he was invincible and could take on any challenge, effortlessly.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: His response to Daichi showing him and the class the quickest way out of a dungeon nest of monsters? Setting the poor kid on fire, kicking him down the stairs into the thickest part, and then sealing the exit.
  • We Have Reserves: He views his followers and classmates as disposable resources.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: The reason he renders Sajima unconscious to drag her out of the dungeon and leaves Shuri to die, and then throws Daichi into a monster pit? "The useful live, the useless don't."

     Mahara Kuiji 
The first bully Daichi gets his revenge on.
  • The Bully: Like Samejima, he was quite fond of beating up on Daichi for no reason.
  • Dirty Coward: The instant he finds himself in trouble, he tries to run, hide, or appease the threat. He's even perfectly willing to offer up female companions for rape if he thinks it will save his sorry hide.
  • Just Following Orders: When he finds himself face-first on the ground, an irate Daichi glaring down at him, he pointedly calls himself a lackey, only partaking of the bullying because Samejima ordered him to, for fear of being bullied instead. This claim does not save him.
  • Mugging the Monster: He berates, demeans, and bosses around "Yuuji," who just happens to be Daichi, revived, in disguise, and way, way more powerful than he is.
  • Oh, Crap!: When he's face first in the ground and Daichi reveals his status window to him.
  • Secret Test of Character: Which he fails, horrifically. Daichi offers to spare him, if he'll hand over Takimi for rape. He agrees, and that only cements how irredeemable he is, making his death so much more satisfying.
  • Suicidal Overconfidence: He learns nothing from Samejima's blunder when leading a dungeon raid in the Trance Dungeon, and forces his way into a "monster house" with a much smaller party than Samejima's.
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     Demon Fantra Angus 
The second demon Daichi meets.

  • Broken Ace: As either human or demon, he is indeed a highly talented mage and tactician, and deserved his title of being the best in either field. Unfortunately, his desire to remain at the top, at all costs, led him to utterly destroy those on his own side that showed any promise to rival him. Humans exile him and he winds up being swarmed by monsters, and when finding himself on the demon side, doing the same thing, this eventually leads to the goddess Messiah wiping him out of existence, in his entirety.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: He's despicable, he knows it, he does not care.
  • Cessation of Existence: Goddess Messiah, at Daichi's request, blasts him with a pillar of flame that doesn't stop until even his very soul is destroyed and removed from existence.
  • Crazy Jealous Guy: He is extremely possessive of goddess Messiah. She does not like it.
  • Entitled to Have You: To goddess Messiah. He pointedly does not take it well upon learning Daichi has her blessing.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: His love for goddess Messiah is genuine, but it's twisted, possessive, and entirely unhealthy.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Initially speaks with an elegant, noble tone, but he views everyone, except himself and goddess Messiah, with unbridled contempt.
  • Love Makes You Evil: He was already despicable before meeting and falling in love with goddess Messiah. Loving her only served to make him worse.
  • Resurrective Immortality: Killing him and keeping him dead is exceptionally difficult. It took Messiah causing his Cessation of Existence to put him down, once and for all, and she only did it because he went Crazy Jealous Guy against Daichi, ignoring his role as Dungeon Guardian.
  • Tall Poppy Syndrome: As a human, he was obsessed with being the best magician, period. When promising mages came along, he would utterly destroy their minds to retain the position. He was exiled from the human kingdom and met his end in the demon army as a direct result, before being revived by goddess Messiah. Even as a demon, he still believes himself the best and mightiest and will kill anyone who shows promise at surpassing him. Goddess Messiah gets fed up with it.
  • Was Once a Man: Used to be a human but was turned into an undead demon after entering Messiah's service.

Goddesses

     Clare 
  • Big Bad: She's the cause of all the conflict and suffering in the story, save for Samejima's bullying.
  • Lack of Empathy: She cares not one whit about her followers. Lily, one of the bosses of the Scorching Execution Ground Dungeon, testifies that she and her husband were abandoned by this goddess the moment they were grievously injured with the words "there is no point in having worthless tools."
  • We Have Reserves: Her attitude is that everyone she summons, save Tetrias, is just a disposable tool, as she can just summon more any time she likes.

     Messiah 
  • Exact Words: She tells Fantra that she wishes to burn him into her memory. When he starts to be elated at words of praise, she summons a pillar of fire that doesn't end until his total Cessation of Existence.
  • Good Is Not Soft: Piss her off by messing with her people, and the consequences are grim.
  • Too Desperate to Be Picky: In her fight against Clare, she needs all the help she can get, so she's willing to pinch her nose and accept some truly heinous people to aid her cause. When said people turn on her other followers or hinder her, she has no compunction against having them meet their end.

Others

     King Ginger 
The king of the human kingdom Wrystonia, in the world of Rostalgia
  • Did Not Think This Through: A couple of prominent examples.
    • He orders his top general Heige to escort the entire class at once into the dungeon Rigal's Den, and serve only as bodyguards, not instructors, thus leaving the final decision on what to do in the hands of a bunch of cocky teens that have only a week's worth of training, at most, and no actual experience under their belt. To the surprise of no one, they quickly find themselves over their head the moment they go into an area that hadn't been mapped out yet.
    • He puts up a request for adventurers to aid Daichi's classmates regain their confidence after the fiasco that was Rigal's Den. While that's all well and good, word has already gotten out that this class of "heroes" are people who happily abandon their allies the moment things get tough, and any adventurers strong enough to handle a situation that a group of summoned "heroes" can't isn't likely to want to take orders from a bunch of cocky teens, and could make a fine living clearing dungeons themselves.
  • Genre Blind: He knows Daichi's class was summoned from another world to help save the kingdom from demons, but is otherwise clueless about the situation, and focuses his efforts on everyone else while ignoring Daichi.

     Heige Strauss 
The military general of Wrystonia, in charge of escorting Daichi's class on their first dungeon crawl.
  • Everyone Has Standards: He is utterly disgusted by the fact that Samejima set Daichi on fire and threw him into a nest of monsters to save himself, but is smart enough to not voice any objections in Samejima's presence, only looking upon Samejima with a scowl.
  • Ignored Expert: Going by his long, long military history, he pointedly warns against going beyond the 50th floor of Rigal's Den dungeon, as it's completely unmapped, and the dangers are unknown. Samejima goads the class into going anyway, to horrific consequences.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: After leading the survivors of Samejima's folly in Rigal's Den back to the royal castle, he just disappears from the story.
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