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Hundred Bravers

     In general 
  • Achilles' Heel: The only situation where their luck won't save them, is when they're facing other reincarnators since the luck cancels each other, forcing them to depend on their own skills to survive. This was taken advantage of by Murakami and the Eighth Guidance.
  • Beware the Superman: Many nations across Origin distrust and fear the Bravers because of their 'cheat' abilities that are like nothing that's found in the world. That and the fact they have much higher affinities for the other magical elements than the average person.
  • Broken Pedestal: The people lost some trust after the exposure of Kanata Kaidou's crimes, but their popularity took an even bigger hit after Shade took control over Endou's body and published online he was receiving information from a demon.
  • Dwindling Party: Downplayed but present. They began as 100, but after the battle against the Eight-Guidance they were reduced to only 79 individuals, and it is certain their numbers will get smaller with time.
  • Heroes "R" Us: How they began, but soon enough grew powerful enough to be seen as a N.G.O. Superpower.
  • Nothing Is the Same Anymore: The exposure of Kaidou's crime showed the world they were far from perfect heroes, and the deaths of Machida and Shimada showed they could get killed. The utter failure of capturing the Eighth Guidance and losing several members shattered their image of invulnerability.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Because of Amemiya's ineffective leadership and manipulation from the shadows, many members grew dissatisfied, leading to Murakami and his group's defection. Even afterwards, conflict with Amemiya's leadership is common.
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     Hiroto Amemiya/Braver 

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The leader of the Bravers organization. Originaly confused with Vandalieu by Rodcorte, he was given Vandalieu's Blessings and Fortune. Currently married to Narumi and father of two.
  • Action Dad: Father of Hiroshi and Mei, and remains as the leader of the Bravers.
  • Armor-Piercing Attack: One of his "cheat" powers is the ability to ignore any defense when he's attacking. This has several drawbacks. Several characters also come to the conclusion that it probably won't work against Van's barriers.
  • Awesome, but Impractical: He has to limit his tactics to spamming his weakest attacks because his armor piercing ability has some rather huge drawbacks.
  • Born Lucky: Considering he obtained luck belonging to two people, it's obvious he's this.
  • Broken Pedestal: The exposure of Kanata's crimes and the death of "The Undead" made the public greatly lose trust in him and the group as a whole, far from the ideal heroes they once looked like.
  • Did Not Think This Through: After taking down "The Undead" and freeing the other victims of the so-called research facility, he had his Hundred Bravers turn over the victims to an international organization. This unnamed organization was just as desperate for results in "Death Magic" as the lab the poor kids taken out of, and wound up putting them through the same experience they were supposedly "freed" from. Now the kids don't trust anyone and turned to terrorism to retaliate, hating the "Bravers" who they see as killing their rescuer "The Undead" and abandoning them to hell after getting their nice "Heroic" photo-op.
  • Failure Hero: None of his on-screen heroics have ever gone right.
    • In his raid of the facility in "The Military Nation," he destroys "The Undead" rather than rescue him, and winds up handing over the children who would later become The Eight Guiders over to another facility that would wind up treating them exactly like the facility "The Undead" tried to rescue them from, rightly earning their hatred.
    • In his attempt to capture The Eight Guiders, without killing them, his Bravers and the United Nations special forces teams all faced massive casualties, and none of the Eight Guiders were taken alive.
    • In his attempt to keep Pluto's corpse from becoming research materials to try and revive the "death magic" program, Murakami shows up with his "Get out of Jail Free" Card, and the press, to take the corpse, intact, to a "Federal Nation" laboratory.
    • At the end, he didn't manage to save anyone, just succeeded at stopping the collateral damage.
  • Hero of Another Story: For the Bravers in Origin.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: He was unable to see that the power they received could corrupt the other reincarnators, failing to notice Kanata was using his powers to commit many crimes, nor of Mari Shihouin's hatred for Kaidou that led her to kill him. He also just blindly assumed that the first strangers he handed off the Eight Guidance to would surely care about the children and take care of them, completely oblivious to the fact that most people just wanted to continue researching on them.
  • Identical Stranger: Not only his name is almost identical to Van's old name, they also look very similar to each other.
  • The Leader: And founder of the Bravers.
  • Logical Weakness: His [Ignore Defense] ability has some major weaknesses.
    • It is not Friendly Fire Proof. So he has to be careful to not use attacks that catch him or his allies in the area of effect, as it will ignore all defenses.
    • It can still be blocked when he's countered with an equal yet opposite attack.
    • Even if it ignores defenses, his attacks still have to hit his target for the ability to take effect.
    • If he misses his target, his attacks will ignore the defenses of whatever happens to be behind what he was attacking
  • Mercy Kill: What he thought he was doing by destroying "The Undead." He didn't realize he was murdering a classmate and fellow reincarnator who wanted very, very much to be alive...
  • My Greatest Second Chance: He was a NEET back on Earth, so getting a second life was a huge wake-up call for him, creating the Bravers believing they should use their powers for the betterment of the world.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: While his intentions were good and he tried to be a good leader, by bringing all one hundred reincarnators together, he planted the seeds of conflict and dissatisfaction among them, which would lead to the deaths of several Bravers.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": His name is actually Amamiya Hiroto and is pronounced the same as the protagonist. This is why Rodcorte got them confused: The only difference between their names is that they're written slightly differently. To make it easier to tell who is being talked about, translators call him "Amemiya" instead.
  • Stupid Good: His blind faith in people causes more harm than it does good. It alienates many of the Bravers and causes stupid, shortsighted decisions like turning the Eight Guidance over to another research lab because he simply assumed they'd be safe there.

     Nanami Naruse/Angel 

One of the students killed during a terrorist attack. Her desire to meet Amamiya led to her search of other reincarnators and meeting Amemiya for whom she initially confused him with. They eventually married and became the mother of Hiroshi and Mei.


  • Alliterative Name: Naruse Nanase
  • Class Representative: What she was on Earth.
  • Healing Hands: Her "cheat" ability is a powerful healing magic that activates on touch.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: She hasn't been told that the "Undead" they killed was the exact same person she wanted to meet for saving her. The group only figured it out after he had already died.
  • Logical Weakness: It's very dangerous to touch someone who wants you dead.
  • Mission Control: Her ability allows her to link people mind to mind with telepathy.
  • Rescue Romance: She felt in love with Amemiya because she thought he tried to save her when the ferry collapsed (not knowing it was actually Amamiya).
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: The manga gives her blue hair.

     Junpei Murakami/Chronos 

A teacher in Vandalieu's previous life's school, he, alongside the class he was responsible for, was killed during a terrorist attack and reincarnated in Origin. After defecting the Bravers, he joined the United Nations as an agent responsible for retrieving the corpses of the Eight Guidance for further experimentation on the death attribute. He was killed by the death attribute trapped inside Pluto's corpse.


  • Apathetic Teacher: This is how Vandalieu remembers him. While he did his job and never mistreated him, he was rather apathetic towards how his uncle and aunt seemed to abuse him.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: He doesn't even bother to deny how corrupt or criminal his actions have become by the end of his life in Origin. In fact, he revels in it.
  • Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: After setting up life in Origin, he shamelessly backstabs anyone and everyone he partners with the very first chance he gets. Eight Guidance and "Avalon" counted on it.
  • Defector from Decadence: How he felt after leaving the Bravers, since some of them had become corrupt by their status and their humanitarian efforts had become killings against fellow human beings (even if they were against terrorism).
  • Got Volunteered: He didn't wanted to become a hero, but after his abilities were exposed by Amemiya, he had no other choice, and while at first he liked the attention, the exposure of Kanata's crimes disillusioned him with the organization, leading to his defection.
  • No Fair Cheating: He used his Time Master powers to cheat at the Origin equivalent of tennis. He grudgingly admits that Amemiya Hiroto making him a member of the Hundred Bravers is probably the only thing that kept him from winding up in some top-secret laboratory as an unwilling "test-subject" but still resents Hiroto for "ruining his dream."
  • Psychological Projection: He believes everyone he comes across is as morally bankrupt as he is, and will happily backstab, exploit, or murder him, given the ability and the chance. So when he hears that Vandalieu has the ability to destroy souls, and witnesses Rodcorte allow "Death Scythe" to attack Vandalieu, and do nothing to stop Vandalieu's retaliation, he becomes more determined to kill Vandalieu, not less.
  • That Man Is Dead: While he still goes by his name from Earth, he considers himself a new person, hence why he dislikes being addressed as sensei.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: He was apathetic as a teacher, but after being forced to join the Bravers and walk out of his dreams again, he started feeling no compunctions in killing the other reincarnators, nor does he have a problem with trying to kill Vandalieu if it means achieving a fourth life.
  • Unwitting Pawn: He was merely Rikudou's pawn to get rid of several troublesome Bravers and the Eighth Guidance.

     Kanata Kaidou/Gungnir 

One of the students killed during a terrorist attack. He was killed by Shihouin Mari after discovering that he sold her mother's organs. Agreed to kill Vandalieu in exchange of being reincarnated into a luxurious life by Rodcorte.


  • Alliterative Name: Kanata Kaidou
  • Asshole Victim: No one on either side of the fourth wall felt sorry for the way he died.
  • But Not Too Foreign: While he was half-Japanese, since his parents were both of asian descent, he looked mostly Japanese.
  • Deader Than Dead: The first of the reincarnators to be permanently erased by Van.
  • Did Not Think This Through: Because he was so concerned with what he would do in his next life, he robbed, killed and raped without caring about the consequences, not taking into account all the experience Van had obtained in his years living on Lambda nor what were his specific skills. And because he didn't even bother to register and obtain a job, his parameters were actually pretty low. All of this led to his death and erasure.
  • Dying Declaration of Hate: He boasts that Rodcorte would happily resurrect him over and over again until he finally succeeds at killing Van... Until Van cracks his soul, and he starts to feel it shatter. Cue a massive Oh, Crap!
  • Fatal Flaw: His selfishness and utter disregard for the lives of others. He treated his life in Origin as if they were role playing, and did completely careless and pointlessly evil actions on Lambda, which gave Van plenty of forewarning of his identity and abilities, leading to his erasure.
  • Hollywood Tactics: His initial demands to comply with Rodcorte's "request" to assassinate Van were sound precautions, and had he bothered to go with Rodcorte's advice to scout out Van through the adventurer's guild, he would have had much better chances. He threw out whatever advantage he had the moment he went Omnicidal Maniac and started robbing, raping, and killing everyone he came across, because he was so, so disgusted with the "backwater" world of Lambda.
  • Indy Ploy: His resurrection in Lambda and actions thereafter are all spur of the moment. He only has a vague idea of killing Vandalieu to complete his objective.
  • I Surrender, Suckers: When he comes face to face with Vandalieu, he fakes his surrender and falsely offers to defect, hoping to exploit an opening when Van lets his guard down. Unfortunately for him, Van saw the attack coming.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: As soon as he's reincarnated in Lambda, he saves a girl from some bandits, and immediately afterwards kills her because her name was the same as the identity Mari Shihouin used to kill him.
  • Karmic Death: He's held and slowly burned by the ghosts of the women he killed, all while Vandalieu tells him there's no more chances for him before destroying his soul. Levia then decapitates his soulless body.
  • Lack of Empathy: Because he only cared about getting reincarnated a fourth time after killing Van, he had no issues killing, raping and looting innocent people since he considered them "part of the game".
  • Rape Is a Special Kind of Evil: Not only he kills and robs innocent people, he rapes women just because he can. It's one of the reasons Van doesn't give him a quick death.
  • Stupid Evil: Carelessly robbed, killed and raped because he thought killing Vandalieu would be a piece of cake and there was no need to worry about what he did on that world. Not only a bounty was put on his head, the spirits of the people he murdered warned Van of his abilities and deeds.
  • Suicidal Overconfidence: He doesn't have a plan, and simply believes that he can kill Vandalieu once he meets him.
  • Wrong Genre Savvy: He's wholly convinced himself that he has Joker Immunity and could keep trying over and over again, and boasts about it as Van has him cornered. Van reminds him that reality doesn't have a "reset button" right before he becomes Deader Than Dead.
  • You Killed My Father: On the receiving end when "Hannah" corners him and stabs him to death for the murder of her mother, whom she learned was killed and sold to organ smugglers, with one of her retinas winding up in a mafia boss.

     Kanako Tsuchiya/Venus 

One of the students killed during a terrorist attack. She was made to join the Bravers after her mind altering ability ruined her idol career, eventually leading to her joining Murakami his group desertion. She was killed by the death attribute trapped inside Pluto's corpse. After reincarnating in Lambda, she decides to join Talosheim as she saw it as the safest option. Currently working as an idol while spreading Vida's word.


  • Ambiguously Brown: Gets dark brown skin after becoming a chaos elf, which understandably has no Earth-based equivilent.
  • Defector from Decadence: Basically decides remaining with the Bravers and Rodcorte to be suicidal after seeing how powerful death-attribute magic in general and Van in particular are, and does everything in her power together with Doug and Melissa to avoid the other Bravers and defect to Van's side instead.
  • Fake Memories: Her abilities include the ablity to implant memories and feelings on another person.
  • Idol Singer: What she wanted to be on Earth, and which she achieved on Origin, before she was forced into the Bravers. After settling in on Lambda, she also begins to try to create the concept of idol concerts on Lambda and drag others into helping her spread this form of entertainment.
  • Like Brother and Sister: Averted. She tries to get closer to Vandalieu by calling him "big brother" after she becomes one of Darcia's chaos elf "daughters", only for Van to find it creepy for one of his former classmates to be treating him like they're siblings all of a sudden.
  • Memory Gambit: She uses her ability on herself when Rodcorte isn't looking so that when she speaks to Van she'll have the strong urge to try to become one of Vida's races. This would keep her out of Rodcorte's surveillance network and keep her safer. However, to do so, she has to make it so that there's no reason why she would want to do this beyond just wanting to. Since Van had been intending to make the same condition for joining, this works out well.
  • Our Elves Are Better: Reincarnates as an Elf on Lambda, and then becomes a dark-skinned shapeshifting Chaos Elf.
  • Partial Transformation: Gains low level shapeshifting abilities as a chaos elf. This allows her to alter her skin color to pass as a dark elf, or generate insect wings on her back to allow for limited form of flight. However, it doesn't allow her to completely change her appearance or body structure like a mimic or slime.
  • Power Trio: Forms a three man group with Doug and Melissa on Lambda.
  • Screw This, I'm Out of Here!: She, Melissa and Doug separate from Murakami's group with the intention of joining Vandalieu as soon as they reincarnate on Lambda. They think there's absolutely no chance of beating him and if they just try to hide he might think they're plotting against him, so they think the safest bet is just walking up to him, explaining themselves and joining him.
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     Asagi Minami/Mage-Masher 

One of the students killed during a terrorist attack. Know to be extremely pushy when it comes to expressing his opinion, usually disregarding others' under the assumption his own is the right one. He was killed by Baba Yaga's suicide bombing. After being reincarnated in Lambda, he decides to met with Vandalieu and convince him to not used death attribute magic again. After being ignored by Vandalieu, he start investigating ways to seal his death attribute magic with the seal used on the Demon King.


  • Anti-Magic: Hence why he's called 'Mage-Masher'.
  • Attention Whore: Among the most annoying of his traits is the irrational need to always be in the spotlight, a holdover from his time in athletic competitions. In combat, or organizations like The Hundred Bravers, this causes serious problems.
  • Black and White Insanity: Agree with him and his ideals without reservation, "you're a good guy." Disagree with him on anything? Be prepared to be lectured, at best. The only way to convince him he's wrong, about anything, is to kill him.
  • Fatal Flaw: His self-righteousness and his insistence on treating all reincarnators as the exact same people they were on Earth. While they recognize the memories of the people they once were, acting as if their experiences on Origin didn't change them is something they find incredibly obnoxious about him.
  • Friendship Denial: On the receiving end. When he calls Vandalieu one of their 'buddies' from Earth, Van responds they were never close or anything resembling friends. He considers him a self-righteous pain in the ass at best.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Vandalieu finds his attitude incredibly annoying, and Murakami and the other Bravers also think his insistence of always bringing up their past lives to every argument to be incredibly bothersome.
  • Hot-Blooded: He's known for his fierce temper and this reflects in his hair in the manga, which is pointy. This tendency of rushing in without thinking would lead to his death in Origin.
  • Knight Templar: A downplayed version, but still there. He is not a bad person, but he has a strong tendency to force what he believes is right onto others and believes that this is the right thing to do. Hence why he's determined to stop Vandalieu from using his Death-Attribute magic, even if he knows that's what's allowing Talosheim to prosper.
  • Lovable Jock: How he was seen back on Earth, but Amamiya thought of him as annoying and pushy without understanding that he didn't need his guidance or pity.
  • No Man Should Have This Power: What he believes in relation to Death Attribute Mana. Unfortunately for him, Vandalieu doesn't care what he thinks.
  • Suicidal Overconfidence: He relies way too much on his anti-magic abilities to deal with any and every situation. If he faces a mundane, non-magical threat, or someone finds a way around his ability, he finds himself way, way over his head, helpless.
  • Tautological Templar: Since he believes himself to have noble goals, he believes his methods are also inherently noble. There is no way to change his mind on this, at all, not even by killing him.

     Mari Shihouin/Metamorph 

One of the students killed during a terrorist attack. She killed Kanata Kaidou because he had killed and then sold her mother's organs. After she was arrested, Akira Rikudou staged her death, and then brainwashed her to work for him.


  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Forced by Akira to become his double and even brainwashed her to make her think she's him.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Her style in the manga.
  • Sympathetic Murderer: None of the other Bravers blame her for murdering Kanata.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifter: Her Metamorph ability gives her the power to take someone's else form. It also allows her to perfectly replicate her target’s fingerprints, retinas and even their vein patterns.
  • You Killed My Father: Kanata finished off her mother and sold her organs, so she disguised herself using her ability and killed him when he was alone. Kanata is genuinely shocked he would seek revenge against him.

     Aran Machida/Laplace 

One of the students killed during a terrorist attack. Worked as part of the support team in the Bravers organization beside Izumi. Decided to become one of Rodcorte's Familiar Spirit after being killed by Murakami.


  • Awesomeness by Analysis: His cheat-like ability is [Calculator], which gives him a calculation ability that surpasses a supercomputer and even allows him to predict the future to an extent.
  • Beleaguered Assistant: Like Izumi and Endou, they greatly dislike Rodcorte's utter disregard for their opinions and his indifference to the lives of mortals. So much that they plan to betray him to the other gods.
  • Logical Weakness: His ability works best the more information he has, as such unknown factors can throw calculations into disarray.
  • Sympathy for the Hero: Or Sympathy for the Devil depending on who you ask, but he and Izumi are genuinely sympathetic of Vandalieu's circumstances back on Earth and even admire a little his determination to keep going despite his awful childhood.

     Izumi Shimada/Inspector 

One of the students killed during a terrorist attack. Worked as part of the support team in the Bravers organization beside Aran. Decided to become one of Rodcorte's Familiar Spirit after being killed by Murakami.


  • Beleaguered Assistant: Like Aran and Endou, they greatly dislike Rodcorte's utter disregard for their opinions and his indifference to the lives of mortals. So much that they plan to betray him to the other gods.
  • Living Lie Detector: Her [Inspector] skill takes it to the extreme by letting her know wether or not what she hear or see is the truth, making it so lie or illusion don't work on her. This led her grow really distrustful of people (since they always lied to her) and disappointed of the magic shows she liked (because she could see thru the illusions used). Kanako discovered that one could still lie to her by simply not telling her the whole truth, in her case, by just telling her that she 'made people like her more' with Venus. Not knowing it is a lie you are telling works too
  • Meganekko: Her appearance in the manga.
  • Our Angels Are Different: After becoming Rodcorte's familiar spirit, she looks almost identical to how she appeared in Origin, albeit with a divine aura.
  • Sympathy for the Hero: Or Sympathy for the Devil depending on who you ask, but she and Aran are genuinely sympathetic of Vandalieu's circumstances back on Earth and even admire a little his determination to keep going despite his awful childhood.

     Kouya Endou/Oracle 
One of the students killed during a terrorist attack. He was possessed by Shade and forced to commit suicide. Became one of Rodcorte's familiar spirits alongside Aran and Izumi.
  • Beleaguered Assistant: Like Aran and Izumi, he greatly dislikes Rodcorte's utter disregard for their opinions and his indifference to the lives of mortals. So much that they plan to betray him to the other gods.
  • Eyes Always Closed: His appearance in the manga.
  • How Do I Shot Web?: In Origin, he didn't know what actually supplied the answers to his questions, so he didn't know what information was reliable. He had no way of finding out either because if he asked he would get a different answer every time: The 'person' supplying the answers is the collective consciousness of mankind, but if they don't know something, they just make up an answer that they think sounds right. Since they didn't know what they were, they gave him a different answer every time he tried to find out.
  • Non-Indicative Name: His Oracle skill works more like accessing the collective consciousness of the souls within the transmigration cycle, which is more like an archive than a prophecy.
  • Seers: By accessing the collective consciousness of humanity, he can make some predictions based on what the souls know.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: By asking "Oracle" the "how" not the "who" concerning The Undead, he wound up causing The Bravers to kill the protagonist. Once he figures it out, he's horrified.
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     Kyuuji Kinoe/Death Scythe 

One of the students killed during a terrorist attack. He deserted the Bravers organization since he was not allowed to use his power as he pleased. He was shot to death by Murakami after revealing that he was deemed too dangerous by the government to be left alive.


  • Alliterative Name: Kyuji Kinoe.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Instead of waiting to be reincarnated, he tries to attack Vandalieu from Rodcorte's Divine Realm. This leads to his death.
  • Contract on the Hitman: Gets this treatment while in Origin.
  • Delinquent: What he was on Earth.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Van redirected his Death Scythe skill back at him with his [Abyss] skill, destroying his soul.
  • Jerkass: Even on Earth he wasn't a nice person, and that didn't change after reincarnating in Origin.
  • Logical Weakness: His [Death Scythe] ability allows him to stop the body functions of anything he has eye-contact with, which is mostly useless against Undead who no longer have body functions he can stop.
  • Unwitting Pawn: He was used by Rodcorte as cannon fodder to test if Vandalieu can hurt spirits while in a Divine Realm.

     Melissa J. Sautome/Aegis 

One of the students killed during a terrorist attack. Deserted the Bravers with Murakami to join as an agent of the United Nations. She was killed by the death attribute trapped inside Pluto's corpse. She decide to follow Kanako after reincarnating in Lambda since her ability could do nothing to stop death attribute magic. Currently reluctantly working as part of Kanako's idol group.


  • Defector from Decadence: Abandons any pretense to oppose Vandalieu and decides to immigrate to Talosheim alongside Doug and Kanako.
  • But Not Too Foreign: She was born as a half-white, half-asian woman in Origin.
  • Our Elves Are Better: Chooses to reincarnate as an Elf on Lambda.
  • Screw This, I'm Out of Here!: She, Kanako and Doug separate from Murakami's group with the intention of joining Vandalieu as soon as they reincarnate on Lambda. They think there's absolutely no chance of beating him and if they just try to hide he might think they're plotting against him, so they think the safest bet is just walking up to him, explaining themselves and joining him.
  • Stone Wall: Her ability [Aegis], allows her to create an impenetrable barrier around herself or near her location, but never at the same time. Unfortunately for her, this barrier is considered a part of her in some ways, so when she tried blocking the death aura coming from Pluto's corpse she died instantly.

     Doug Atlas/Hecatoncheir 

One of the students killed during a terrorist attack. Deserted the Bravers with Murakami to join as an agent of the United Nations. He was killed by the death attribute trapped inside Pluto's corpse. He decide to follow Kanako after reincarnating in Lambda since his ability could do nothing to stop death attribute magic. Currently working as Luciliano's lab assistant.


  • Afro Asskicker: Has a notorious afro and he's not bad at fighting.
  • Defector from Decadence: Abandons any pretense to oppose Vandalieu and decides to immigrate to Talosheim alongside Melissa and Kanako.
  • Mind over Matter: His [Hecatoncheir] skill gives him a powerful telekinesis, Omnidirectional Perception and a "Force Vision" that allows him to switch between infrared, ultraviolet and Mana-detecting vision.
  • Screw This, I'm Out of Here!: He, Melissa and Kanako separate from Murakami's group with the intention of joining Vandalieu as soon as they reincarnate on Lambda. They think there's absolutely no chance of beating him and if they just try to hide he might think they're plotting against him, so they think the safest bet is just walking up to him, explaining themselves and joining him.

     Tatsuya Tendou/Clairvoyance 

One of the students killed during a terrorist attack. His ability Clairvoyance allows him to see into all sorts of directions, bypassing solid objects and magical barriers. He was assassinated by Ghost on Origin.


  • Alliterative Name: Tendou Tatsuya
  • Apologetic Attacker: Even though it wasn't his fault nor he was in control of his actions, he still apologizes for Kinoe trying to kill Vandalieu using his Clairvoyance as medium. Van accepts his apology without issue.
  • Only Sane Man: He and Shouko know Asagi's goal of trying to stop Vandalieu is probably doomed to fail, so they try to keep him under control.

     Shouko Akaki/Ifrit 

One of the students killed during a terrorist attack. She was killed by the Counter of Ereshkigal. Currently working with Asagi and Tendou.


  • Death by Irony: It was noted to be ironic for her, someone code named Ifrit who could manipulate fire better than most fire mages, to be burned to death.
  • Hoist by her Own Petard: Burned Ereshkigal to death in revenge for Asagi's death, only for Ereshkigal's Counter ability to throw it back at her, burning her completely.
  • Playing with Fire: Her 'cheat' is mastery over temperature and fire much greater than even the most experienced fire mages.
  • Only Sane Man: She and Tatsuya know Asagi's goal of trying to stop Vandalieu is probably doomed to fail, so they try to keep him under control.
  • Unstoppable Rage: Flew into one when she found out Asagi was dead. This recklessness would lead to her death.

     Mao Smith/Noah 

One of the crewmen of the ship attacked by terrorist. Served as a pilot while working for the Bravers. Jack killed her by stabbing her in the neck in an attempt to kill the Bravers she was transporting with her ability. After reincarnating in Lambda, she decides to get away from the conflict and create a safe space for other reincarnators in an unnamed island nation.


  • Ace Pilot: In Origin she reincarnated into a family of military officers and became a pilot.
  • Hammer Space: Her ability [Noah], allows her to store objects and living beings within her space.
  • My Species Doth Protest Too Much: She reincarnates as a dwarf in Lambda, but she's excellent at wind magic.
  • Screw This, I'm Out of Here!: As soon as she's reincarnated in Lambda, she takes a boat and leaves for an unnamed island nation away from the Bahn Gaia continent as soon as she's able to.

     Hajime Inui/Marionette 
One of the students killed during a terrorist attack. Unlike the other Bravers, he didn't want a third life and would have preferred to reincarnate normally, but Rodcorte refused. His ability Marionette allows him to control the nervous system of those he touches.
  • The Call Knows Where You Live: Would have preferred to hide in a hole and wait out until the end of his life, unfortunately Fitun had other plans.
  • Dirty Coward: Acts all high and mighty when he thinks he has control over your body, but if you can fight back, he's a sniveling wreck. He also tries to hide rather than face Vandalieu.
  • He-Man Woman Hater: Developed a fear of women after Kanako killed him.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: On Earth he wanted nothing more than being noticed, which made him dependent on his ability in Origin. After being killed he changed to I Just Want to Be Normal, until Fitun convinced him to go back to special.
  • Irony: His ability allows him to control other people, but he's become Fitun's puppet, both literally and figuratively.
  • Logical Weakness: He can control the nervous system of people he comes into contact, which is useless against undead who have no nerve impulses he can manipulate. He was almost killed by Isis because of this, and one of the main reasons he fears trying to fight Vandalieu.
  • Never My Fault: When Fitun comes along promising a Deal with the Devil, he happily deludes himself into thinking Vandalieu is directly responsible for his suffering in Origin, and being forced to reincarnate on Lambda by Rodcorte. His own actions and decisions are irrelevant.
  • People Puppets: What his ability basically amounts to.
  • Rape Is a Special Kind of Evil: His last appearance on Origin involves threatening one of the female Eight Guiders with repeated rape, even after he's turned her into a corpse, when he thinks he's disabled her with his ability.
  • Serial Rapist: When he just barely manages to escape the explosive blast as his target trips her Explosive Leash in his face, the narration notes that he did, in fact, use his ability to repeatedly rape women on Origin, having sex with them when they were paralyzed and unable to resist. When word gets to Vandalieu about this, he and his female allies are righteously pissed.
  • Unwitting Pawn: His crippling insecurity makes him very easy to manipulate. First he was deceived and led to his death by Murakami, and in Lambda he's become Fitun's anchor into the mortal world.

     Akira Rikudou/Avalon 
One of the students killed during a terrorist attack. He quickly deduced that "The Undead" was one of the reincarnators before anyone else did, now he continues to manipulate the events from the shadows against fellow Bravers.
  • A God Am I: Wants to evolve into a new type of human that transcends limitations and become a god in all but name.
  • Ambition Is Evil: Has been driven by his unbound ambitions ever since he arrived in Origin.
  • Awesomeness by Analysis: Deduced "Undead" was Amamiya Hiroto because he had wanted rice, which clued him he was asian, must likely a reincarnator, probably Amamiya who was still missing.
  • Diabolical Mastermind: Controls an entire nation from the shadows.
  • False Friend: Pretends to be the best friend of Amemiya Hiroto and family. It's either working very, very well, or very, very poorly.
  • Immortality Seeker: He wants to live forever so that his ability "unlimited growth" can make him a new god. Even Rodcorte has issues with that.
  • Manipulative Bastard: Took advantage of Murakami's inconformity to manipulate him into defecting from the Bravers. He also manipulated the conflict between the Bravers, the Eighth-Guidance and Murakami's group, leading to all their deaths.
  • Simple, yet Awesome: His Increased Learning Speed and Unlimited Development is exactly that, meaning there's no limit of what he can learn in Origin, making him a super human in all but name.
  • Villain of Another Story: Currently he's completely uninvolved with Vandalieu and the events in Lambda.

     Hitomi Minuma/Gazer 
The classmate that wound up becoming a member of the Eighth Guidance after being found in a research facility, and later came with them to Lambda to become a part of Legion. Her ability [Gazer], gave her limited glimpses into the future.
  • Blessed with Suck: Her precognition abilities are indeed a powerful asset, but she has no control over them. Being constantly subjected to horrific scenes of death and destruction while working with the Bravers caused her to turn to drugs and even try to kill herself to make it stop.
  • Driven to Suicide: Her "cheat" power gave her all sorts of horrific visions which were so bad, she tried to kill herself multiple times to make them stop, and was interrupted by Amemiya Hiroto every single time. She was eventually restrained in a hospital facility to keep her from harming herself. And after Eighth Guidance free her, she eventually joins them, and dies together with Jack.
  • Power Incontinence: On Origin, she had no control of her precognition, at all.
  • Precognition: Her "cheat" is the ability to see things that would happen around her in the future, though she had no control over when it would activate.
  • Together in Death: She died right after Jack when they killed Mao.
  • Took a Level in Cheerfulness: On Lambda, she's much, much happier being a part of Legion than she ever was as "Gazer" in Origin.
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