Book 1: Shinjuku Summoners | Ikebukuro Berserkers | Aoyama Missionaries | Roppongi Tycoons | Kabukicho Outlaws | Akasaka Agents | Ueno Beast Tamers |
Book 2: Kamata Crafters | Asakusa Gurus | Akihabara Creators |
Other Notable Characters: Smaller Guilds, Unaffiliated & Unknown | Event-specific characters | Villains (Otemachi Genociders | The Three True Guilds and Geniuses | Western Warmongers | Eastern Rule Makers | Exceptions)
Story Settings: Worlds And Dungeons
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Characters tied to specific time-limited or seasonal events that have not yet appeared in the game's main story. Also includes characters who have been playable units since the game's launch but have only appeared in event storylines and not in the main story. Once a character appears within the main story, their entry should be moved to the appropriate section.
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Voiced by: Masato Yoshida
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- Determinator: He will prove that he can be more than a reindeer, that he can be a Santa Claus himself. Later events deconstruct this as this same determination feeds his jealousy and prevents him from growing as a person.
- Fatal Flaw: Jealousy, particularly towards those he sees as talented. It is this jealousy that prevents him from seeing Krampus' worries about his path as a Black Santa, despite them sharing a dorm.
- Flat Character: He never seems to move any further in his dream, still gets jealous of those who are talented and struggles to empathise with their very real issues because of it.
- Green-Eyed Monster: His intense jealousy gets more focus as time goes on, particularly how others can achieve what he wants to do so easily, while he struggles to make any meaningful improvement. Yule is a particularly notable example because he is otherwise a genuinely good person.
- Power Creep: In the game's early days Yule was regarded as among the best units due to his multiple healing buffs and defensive ability. As time went on and the game changed to better benefit damage buffs and team synergy, he fell from usefulness. This is quite notable as he is one of the only characters to suffer so.
- Pyrrhic Victory: How he sees his victory in the Christmas Concerto event. He did help his team win but did so in a way that showcased why he would make a good Reindeer, not a good Santa.
- Subbing for Santa: Him, the player and Ryota team up to deliver the presents on Christmas Eve in the Apprentice Santa's Gift event.
- Temporary Online Content: Both his 3* and 4* versions are only available from the annual Christmas event shop, or Andvari's special shop, and not part of the regular gacha.
Voiced by: Ken Narita
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- Badass Santa: Definitely invokes this in his Dark Santa mode.
- Laser-Guided Karma: Essentially how his Sacred Artifact works, his bag makes presents for the Good, and punishments for the Bad.
- More Dakka: His artifact manifests as various firearms in his dark mode.
- Santa Claus: Is noted to be the Santa Claus in this game, and makes it his priority to teach other up and coming Santas.
- Split Personality: A kind and patient classical Santa figure to reward the good children, and a more aggressive, strict dark Santa figure to punish the naughty children. The latter also surfaces in order to train his students to become Santas themselves.
- Split-Personality Makeover: His Limited 5-Star reveals that even his body changes when he switches from regular to Dark Santa, with him having a huge belly as the former and a six-pack as the latter.
Voiced by: Toshiyuki Hosaka
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- Bare Your Midriff: His default outfit has his middle section exposed.
- Boisterous Bruiser: Continuously announces himself with theatrical antics, much to the main character's annoyance.
- Highly Visible Ninja: Despite being a ninja, he is incredibly loud and boisterous.
- Ideal Hero: What he likes to see himself as.
- Large Ham: Talks in a very theatrical, exaggerated manner.
- Lovable Rogue: One of his self-given titles, he proclaims to fight for justice and to steal from the rich and give to the poor.
Voiced by: Masaki Terasoma
A lion-like Transient who trains at Tokyo's Santa School to become a proficient Black Santa. Upon first glance he may seem to have a frightening exterior, but he actually has a timid and gentle personality when not on the job.
- Ambiguous Species: Is Krampus a lion? But he has horns so...he's a demon? Or is he more of a hybrid between the two? What is he?
- Covered with Scars: Krampus got all of those scars during his training to master his Sacred Artifact, his claw weapons.
- Bad Powers, Good People: His Sacred Artifact inspires fear and horror in his targets. Ironically, he's incredibly kind.
- Beast Man: Krampus appears to be a muscular lion-like Transient with ram-like horns. Interestingly enough, in standard lore, Krampus is typically depicted as having goat-like features.
- Crazy Enough to Work: In "Jiangshi Night", when the titular Chinese zombies are rampaging and the party has to figure out how to convince the onlookers getting swept up in the mess that the jiangshi are harmless, Krampus suggests that the group spin it as a live-action Sentai event, with the characters stepping into the roles of heroes and villains to defuse the situation. It works almost flawlessly.
- Dark Is Not Evil: With his getup, Krampus looks like someone you'd meet in a dark alley on a particularly unfortunate night. What if I told you that this guy wants to be a hero who protects people and saves the innocent?
- Emotion Bomb: Krampus's Sacred Artifact causes fear, horror, and self-reflection in his targets.
- Evil Counterpart: Initially, Krampus is incredibly afraid that everyone will only know him for his terrifying appearance, and he'll be alone forever. Cue a dream sequence where he comes face to face with his Black Santa persona who is Exactly This, a being who Krampus actively refuses to accept as part of him.
- Face of a Thug: He may look like a thug, but he's anything but. Would anyone who didn't know him believe that the above photo of him glaring menacingly from under his hood with his fists clenched was because he's just too shy to speak up and is trying to hide himself under his robe?
- Geek: Krampus absolutely loves Super Sentai shows. He loves it so much he will call out his attacks in a loud manner as he watches his favorite episodes, and has such an encyclopedic knowledge of Super Sentai that he was able to immediately recognize a specific actress by name and the single episode she appeared in by looking at her once.
- Gentle Giant: Krampus has the body of a professional athlete, yet is one of the most soft-spoken and timid characters you will ever meet.
- Hidden Heart of Gold: In order to do his job as a Black Santa, Krampus has to adopt this in order to scare away his targets. He's terrified that this is all people will know him for.
- I Am What I Am: Through the Protagonist's help, Ryota's encouragement, and Ded's guidance, Krampus realizes that his Black Santa persona doesn't completely define who he is as a person. He learns that "heroes" and "villains" are two sides of the same coin; he doesn't have to give up on his dreams, and Krampus realizes that his Black Santa persona can be something good and positive.
- Punch-Clock Villain: For naughty people, at least. He acts scary and mean as part of his job, but is a docile person normally.
- Stock Shōnen Hero: Deep down, Krampus wants to be this, but fears that his Black Santa job will prevent him from ever achieving this dream.
- Stripperiffic: Krampus' wrestling outfit is, uh, revealing to say the least, complete with tight fishnet leggings and an exposed midriff. It was specifically chosen to "make him stand out."
- When She Smiles: His character portraits normally show him with a wicked smirk or dour frown. Several alternate pictures, however, feature him happily blushing or wearing incredibly sweet smiles.
- Wolverine Claws: His family's Sacred Artifact, which is his weapon of choice.
- Wrestler in All of Us: Krampus trains to be a "hero" by... practicing wrestling moves with Taurus Mask.
Voiced by: Jun Kasama
- Battle Aura: When his artifact activates chariot wheels appear around his legs.
- Bash Brothers: Was this back in Yggdrasil with Tanngnjóstr, the other goat that pulled Thor's chariot. A big part of the Christmas Concerto event is him learning to be this to others.
- Black Humor: Tanngrisnir in mythology was the goat Thor killed to cook in a stew, and revived the next day. This seems to have caused some... repercussions, as Tanngrisnir is now always carrying around some hot goat stew in a thermos, claiming to feel kinship with it, and "being one with the stew". It's not made from himself. We think.
- Brought Down to Badass: While he's incapable of using his Sacred Artifact, this doesn't mean he isn't a skilled fighter. He able to effectively fight off Durga with his kicks alone, and is skilled enough to put a spin of some of Melsuine's grenades to prevent Aizen from shooting them down.
- Coat Cape: His 5* has this in both skins.
- Gameplay and Story Integration: His artifact is noted to best represent his strength when supported by a partner, and his defense buffs and CP charging abilities allow his partners to work their Charge Skills very quickly.
- Handicapped Badass: One of his legs is broken, though his artifact can remedy this when in battle.
- Hot-Blooded: More subdued than most, especially since he tries to hide it so as to appear more teacherly, but it comes out on occasion.
- Fatal Flaw: Self-Pity. He's so focused on the pain on his leg, his Sacred Artifact not working, and his past regrets that he forgets that he worked with his brother in pulling Thor's Chariot. It takes Pollux asking if his Sacred Artifact is meant to work alongside someone else that he breaks out of this and remembers how it actually works.
- Power Incontinence: He's actually unable to use his Sacred Artifact throughout most of the event, something that deeply bothers him and is noted to be unusual. Eventually, Pollux helps him realize that the reason is that he can't use the Artifact alone, he needs to be running with a partner to use it.
- Stone Wall: Few units can match his defensive utility, which coupled with his notably high HP count means he can take more than a few hits. His only source of "healing" though is a self Guts which can only do so much.
Voiced by: Daiki Hamano
Voiced by: Yui Toita
- Character Development: In "Valentine Jail", he's grown out of vocally claiming to dislike chocolate, is no longer hung up on Kengo, and dispenses good, solid advice to Aizen.
- Does Not Like Spam: While he claims to dislike chocolate, he actually enjoys it, which he's embarrassed by due to believing it "unmanly".
- I Want to Be a Real Man: Admires courageous and manly men who aren't interested in romance, and wants to become like that to cover up his insecurities and issues with himself.
- Precocious Crush: Used to follow around Kengo, his senior, and give him chocolates for Valentines when both of them were younger and in school together.
- Puberty Superpower: It's implied that a combination of his wings/power growing as he ages, coupled with his attempts to emotionally repress himself, is what caused the events of "Valentine Panic". When he appears again after some maturation (in both senses) in "Valentine Jail" he has no difficulty maintaining control over his feathers.
- Self-Applied Nickname: Calls himself and others he respects "cool cats" in the English version.
- Temporary Online Content: Both his 3* and 4* versions are only available from the annual Valentines event shop or Andivari's special shop, and not part of the regular gacha.
- Totally Radical: Has shades of this kind of speaking pattern in English.
Voiced by: Orie Kimoto
- Bifauxnen: Dressed in a typically male style school outfit. It would be difficult to tell her gender, were it not for Bombom's distinct style of drawing girls.
- Gameplay and Story Segregation: Possessing the Role of Opposer and the Rule of Impropriety she has the ability to remove mental influences, forced thoughts and similar effects. Her skillset does not reflect this well, having a skill that deals more damage to berserked units, a charm effect when she gets hit, a defense buff that affects allies behind her when she is attacked and curse (attack down) on enemies that she hits.
- Hidden Depths:
- She appears dedicated to the role and duties of a knight, and she genuinely is. However, as her character quest shows, she's unsure of what exactly the chivalry of a knight means and if she's coming up with her own answers or just borrowing another's ideals for herself.
- In the first Halloween event we are treated to a show of just what her opinion of people who label others as good or evil without even attempting to come to an understanding. Her bonus scene from that event also shows how being in the situation to make that judgement on others herself, felt good. She is, needless to say, not pleased by this revelation.
- Lady and Knight: She has this relationship with the Protagonist after forging a summoning pact, with her being the knight.
- Light Is Good: Possesses the aether attribute and is a knight dedicated to the concept of chivalry.
- Light Is Not Good: Despite her aether attribute, in her home world of Garothman she was a knight dedicated to Ahriman, the incarnation of evil.
- Royal Rapier: Part of her school's fencing club, with a rapier as her main weapon of choice.
- Two Guys and a Girl: Has this relationship with Shinya and Kalki, though she is also prone to being in events without them.
Voiced by: Takashi Yonezawa
Voiced by: Toshiyuki Hosaka
Voiced by: Toshiyuki Hosaka
Voiced By: Nobuyuki Hiyama
- Apology Gift: His post-event scene involves going around delivering apology sweets to everyone he troubled during the sweets festival.
- Emotion Eater: Although he is unable to taste food normally, he can taste the feeling put into a meal made by others meant to be sacrifices to their respective worlds including Surtr, Shino, and the player.
- Extreme Omnivore: His mouth transforms anything that enters it into pure energy, meaning he is capable of eating anything up to and including an entire hotel in one of his worse feeding frenzies. Not for nothing is his Forged Reification titled "Continental Gorger".
- Face of a Thug: Look at that scowl! He manages to intimidate almost everyone who sees him... up until he starts talking and his expression changes, and it's revealed he's more of a loveable goofball who just tends to reflexively frown when not talking.
- Fattening the Victim: His strange biology is deliberate on the part of his creators, as he is meant to eventually grow so large he explodes.
- A Good Way to Die: Resigns himself to this towards the end of his debut event. Having lost control and on the brink of exploding, he regains a brief moment of lucidity enough to be glad he got to taste something at least a little bit, that Ziz is there with him at the end, and that when he explodes his new friends will at least be shielded from him.
- Heavy Voice: Has this in his fattened up skins, and his 4 star rarity.
- Human Sacrifice: He, Ziz and Leviathan were all created as a trio sacrifice to gather energy for Eden's elite, his role being to consume anything and everything in his path and convert it into energy.
- Inflating Body Gag: Happens several times during his debut event.
- Kevlard: Once he's fattened up, Behemoth is Nigh-Invulnerable - several characters note with dismay that not only do none of their attacks seem to do any damage, Behemoth is completely oblivious to their attacks.
- The Load: Sees himself as this to Ziz, as he knows his uncontrollable feeding frenzies cause her no small amount of grief. Compounded by the constant trouble he causes at the sweets festival until he's convinced near the end that it may be better for him to just accept the inevitable rather than continue to be a burden on everyone.
- Moment Killer: The Protagonist and Shino are enjoying a tender moment, with Shino offering some of his desserts and opening up a bit about himself. Then Behemoth barrels in, having smelled "something tasty". Shino... responds with death threats. And holds a bit of a grudge, even after Behemoth apologizes later.
- Mutual Kill: This was his intended end: he and Leviathan would kill each other, freeing up all the energy they'd absorbed in a (relatively) harmless manner as Ziz contained it. With Leviathan dead already, however, all Behemoth can do is eat until he literally explodes.
- One-Track-Minded Hunger: Played for laughs initially, until Ziz later reveals his inherent need to constantly eat is in fact programmed into him by Eden, and a major source of pain for both of them.
- Sense Loss Sadness: Although he was mentally programmed by Eden to be constantly hungry, he was cruelly denied a sense of taste and was unable to actually enjoy food or feel full. Due to the Emotion Eater aspect mentioned above, he ended up finding out what he had been missing out on the whole time when he finally could taste food, which only exacerbated the problem.
- Stone Wall: He might not do a lot of damage. He might not move at all (once he's bloated)... but good luck actually hurting him. It's implied that the reason Leviathan was an incarnation of Envy was just so he would have enough power to kill his brother, essentially turning Behemoth's resilience against him.
- Temporary Bulk Change: Behemoth operates on Looney Tunes physics: he'll become enormously fat in minutes from gorging on food, but work all the weight off just as quickly in one vigorous dancing session.
- Vacuum Mouth: His charge skill effects shows a gigantic vortex, drags all enemies on the field forward and steals buffs from them, implying he pulled a Kirby on them.
- Your Mind Makes It Real: At the end of his event, he gains the ability to properly taste food and no longer feels the need to devour everything around him because he believes he gained control over his Artifact. However, its nature and effects are completely unchanged, but since he thinks he can turn it off and on, he can. The real reason is because at the time, Kenta's spirit companion Inugami had entered his body and clashed with Behemoth's Rule, nullifying his inability to taste. Ziz and the Protagonist go out of their way to interrupt Shiro before he can blurt out the truth since they don't want Behemoth losing control again.
Voiced By: Satomi Akesaka
- Appropriate Animal Attire: Goes pantsless in her initial costume: her legs are shown to slim down significantly when she stuffs all those feathers into a pair of pants.
- Barrier Maiden: Her primary method of attack and protecting allies and also her intended purpose in the sacrifice of Behemoth: she was to contain the explosion so that the surrounding area wouldn't be destroyed and Eden could collect the resulting energy, and die in the process.
- Cool Big Sis: She plays the role towards Behemoth, and is also quick to ask her students to think of her as a big sister to depend on as well.
- Cute Monster Girl: Her design is basically an anthropomorphic bird with the head of a human woman.
- Gone Horribly Right: She was created by Eden to serve as a protector for Behemoth while he fed and gathered the energy he was to eventually be sacrificed for: they programmed that protective instinct a little too well, as when the time came she couldn't bear to let her friend die and escaped with him.
- Harping on About Harpies: Judging by her thick bird legs, talon hands and fluffy neck plumage, she's only human looking from the neck up.
- Human Sacrifice: She, Behemoth and Leviathan were all created as a trio sacrifice to gather energy for Eden's elite, her role being to make sure nothing interfered with Behemoth during the gathering process, and sacrifice her life to shield the rest of the world when Behemoth eventually overloaded.
- Living Emotional Crutch: Behemoth became one to her after the loss of one of her friends; see below.
- My Greatest Failure: Her inability to protect the third member of their sacrificial trio, Leviathan.
- Replacement Goldfish: Her profile suggests her liking of Typhon stems from him closely resembling Leviathan.
- Sensei-chan: Wishes to be this at the protagonist's school.
- Together in Death: Resigns herself to this toward the finale of her debut event: as Behemoth grows more and more out of control threatening to explode if things continue. She plans to contain the explosion and die together with her dear friend until the heroes Take a Third Option.
- You Can't Fight Fate: She tried to at first, when she escaped from Eden with Behemoth, but as both found themselves unable to go against their natures her determination began to waver.
Voiced By: Chiemi Chiba
Voiced By: Hiroshi Shirokuma
Voiced By: Nobuyuki Hiyama
Voiced by: Daisuke Tōyama
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: He has difficulty with regular social interactions and even has trouble ordering coffee at a café (he cites trying to order as being like trying to speak a foreign language), but his knowledge about mountaineering and hiking is unparallelled.
- Gentle Giant: Despite his large appearance and overbearing demeanor, Zao is legitimately a kind person, and is well-liked by people who take the time to get to know him.
- Nature Lover: Especially mountains!
- The Navigator: What his Sacred Artifact and his third eye allow him to do: his Rule of Traverse makes any terrain easy for him to navigate, no matter how harsh.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: He understandably didn't know, but he's partly responsible for everyone being trapped on the mountain course in the O' the Great Gendarme event, as a result of the Daughter of the Mountain granting his wish for the tournament to never end and to climb the mountain forever.
- No Challenge Equals No Satisfaction: While he loves mountains and mountaineering, he eventually comes to the conclusion that by using his abilities to always find the easy route, he's "forcing his own feelings" onto the mountains as well, and resolves to learn to take the mountains as they are, rather than as he wants them to be.
- No Social Skills: Zig-zagged. He's rather pushy about getting people to join his Mountaineering Club, but this is mostly because he's the only member (before he gets you to join), and because the club is in danger of being closed by the school. He loves talking about mountains so much that he assumes everyone loves them just the same, so he has a habit of talking over people and trying to get them to join the club. However, he does seem to have a decent level of insight into other people's feelings, and he gets along fine with Ashigara after some awkward first contact. That said, Zao still feels much more at home in the mountains than he does in urban life.
- Temporary Online Content: Both his 3* and 4* versions are only available from the Black Snow On The Hot Spring Mountains event shop and the Great Gendarme event shop, and are not part of the regular gacha. His 5* version has so far only been obtainable in the O' the Great Gendarme event gacha.
- Third Eye: A metaphysical one rather than a real one, but a third eye nonetheless.
Voiced by: Ken Narita
Chernobog was born from the silt and slush of Bald Mountain. Its protection of him has been both a blessing and a curse, as it provides him with all he could ever need, yet it freezes all who dare to enter his domain. As such, he is known in his homeworld as a Demon King. His Sacred Artifact is "Mountain Nocturne", which creates snow.
- An Ice Person: His Sacred Artifact is just snow, which can freeze anyone it comes into contact with instantly. Furthermore, he himself was literally born from the frozen mud of his home mountain, making him a sort of ice elemental.
- But Thou Must!: After defeating Chernobog, the player has the option to choose to kill or spare him. If the player tries to spare him, Chernobog tells them they cannot, that there's no other way around this: he's a villain, and so he must be defeated by a hero, and they cannot say no. Subverted, as it turns out our protagonist has exactly the right powers to do the impossible and save Chernobog instead of either one of them dying.
- Cloudcuckoolander's Minder: Once he joins the Mountaineering Club, he's becomes this to Zao, usually getting him to prioritize his duties when Zao has too much Mountains on the brains.
- Cradle of Loneliness: The reason he cradles his kills is because he'd given up on all hope of companionship and contact with another person; nearly all of his relations prior to this point have been people who are trying to kill him, but are doomed to freeze to death the moment they get too close to him. "Loneliness" doesn't even begin to describe it.
- Cradling Your Kill: A variation on this; when he freezes the protagonist into an ice pillar, he approaches the pillar and embraces them as they freeze to death inside of it. Thankfully, they got better.
- Death Seeker: In his debut, he challenges the main protagonist when he realizes they stand a chance against him, and begs them to kill him, as there doesn't seem to be any other way to save those he's already frozen. Fortunately, the protagonist has other ideas.
- Fisher King: The mountain that he was born from reacts to his wishes and emotions, either by providing necessary comforts for him when he desires them or protecting him when he feels in danger. Unfortunately, it's a little overprotective, so it tends to go overboard with its judgement of the latter.
- Fish out of Water: After he's released from the mountain, he's finally able to experience the world in full. He's extremely sheltered from living out his entire life isolated on an icy mountain and having barely any contact with other people, so basically every single modern concept in the world is totally new to him (an example being, when the protagonist tells him he should go to school with them, he asks "What's 'school'?").
- Forced into Evil: He doesn't want to hurt anyone, truly. However, thanks to his overactive ice powers, he wound up killing more and more people, and the world soon began to see him as a villain; he was forced into that role by that perception.
- Gentle Giant: If not for his ice powers being set to "automatically murder everyone else" mode, he would be harmless; when they're weakened he is ecstatic at having to no longer be the feared Dark Lord of Bald Mountain and being able to go out into the world at large. Speaking of "at large", the man is almost 7 feet 5 inches tall and over 564 pounds, making him a literal and metaphorical example of The Big Guy.
- I Cannot Self-Terminate: He tells the protagonist that the only way he can die is by being killed by someone else; he's already tried doing it himself.
- Innocent Fanservice Girl: This man is only wearing a tiny armor chestpiece, a shortcape, armored boots, and what essentially amounts to a thong. However, when Bathym comments on this, Chernobog is totally oblivious to the attention this outfit might attract, saying it's simply what he always wears... which is impressive given how his powers work and that he's at ground zero for what probably feels like absolute zero to everyone else.
- Lethal Harmless Powers: "Creating snow" seems more like something that would be used at a winter resort to help keep the attractions running. "Mountain Nocturne" on the other hand, is "snow that's so cold and dense it entombs you in ice".
- Like a Duck Takes to Water: The foreignness of his new environment isn't going to stop him from enjoying all that it has to offer, and all of his subsequent appearances in events feature him trying out something new, often simply for the fun of the experience, and a lot of other characters greatly appreciate his help.
- Musical Theme Naming: Chernobog's Rule ("Rule of Nightfall" in the original Japanese) and the mountain he was born from (Bald Mountain) are, together, a reference to Mussorgsky's Night on Bald Mountain. The original story behind the musical piece is actually about worship of either Satan, or, in certain adaptations, the Slavic god of darkness, Chernobog, upon which this Chernobog is based.
- Morality Pet: Surprisingly, he's this to Andvari. The Andvari Falls event shown that he's partially the reason why Andvari resists being consumed by his greed and the curse Alberich inflicts on him.
- Power Incontinence: Chernobog's snow automatically activates and freezes anyone who so much as intrudes upon his mountain. For his entire life, he's never been able to stop it from killing everyone who entered his mountain, which is why he became feared and hated.
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Gives one to Kamui, tearing into him for his part in the narrative they both are tied into; namely, for the fact that Kamui willingly trains and sends heroes to die against "villains" like himself.Chernobog: So let me ask, mentor of heroes. Why have no heroes been able to slay me? I hate you all. All of you who send in such weaklings who cannot stand against me. Why do I still live? Why have none even come so far as to lay a finger on me? The heroes whom you raised, whether they have come to my castle or not, have all fallen so trivially. You who partake in such a foolish endeavor as trying to create heroes... I hate you all. What meaning is there in this repeated futility? It has gained you nothing but a pile of corpses. For what purpose have I continued this slaughter? If there is a purpose, tell me!
- Sinister Scythe: Summons a scythe made of pure ice in order to go toe-to-toe with the protagonist.
- Sympathy for the Devil: The protagonist sees Chernobog's despair and loneliness, and refuses to kill him because of it, no matter how much he begs them to, because they can't bear to kill someone that they could save instead.
- Walking Wasteland: He claims that he can't even leave his mountain, as when he tries to leave, the land that he tries to enter becomes part of the mountain, and is therefore susceptible to his freezing, which means everyone there dies as well.
Voiced by: Yuuhei Iwanaga
- Batter Up!: His Weapon of Choice is a baseball bat, fitting as he is the leader of a school baseball team.
- Oni: Resembles one thanks to his Oni Mask Sacred Artifact and rough appearance.
- Reluctant Warrior: He is the head of a delinquent group consisting of more transients from his world who all look up to him (implied to be the Kabukicho Guild, however he has yet to appear in the main story). Despite their claims that he could take over the world if he wanted to, he prefers to play baseball for his school instead.
- Walking Shirtless Scene: One of many.
Voiced by: Mariya Ise
- Character Development: Durga starts out obsessed with being number one; through "O' the Great Gendarme" she comes to realize that while she enjoys the rush of victory, what she truly loves is the challenge of catching up to and surpassing others who were better than she was.
- Foil: To her original self Parvati, who Durga is the Shadow of; Parvati is almost completely passive, believing she exists only to grant others' wishes to the point it simply never occurs to her that she can say "no" and having split Durga off thanks to one such wish. Durga, on the other hand, refuses to stay still and is always dashing towards her next goal at breakneck pace.
- Fragile Speedster: Durga is fast; she repeatedly boasts that no one can match her speed, and she doesn't seem to be wrong. However, speed is all she has - one good hit and she's knocked out of a fight. Coupled with how she's trained for athletic competitions and not fighting, and she has a tendency to get over her head very quickly in an App Battle.
- Friendless Background: She starts out so obsessed with being first in everything that she is mostly unaware how her attitude of "of course no one can match me" is alienating others, and the few times she notices it, she quickly brushes it off. After her character development, she begins encouraging her rivals in sporting events to get better and to try to overtake her.
- Morph Weapon: Her Sacred Artifact possesses ten forms, two of them being a trident and a rope with a metal loop.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Because she didn't want to be made to leave the mountain after her leg was hurt, her desire to not be left behind and for no one to surpass her caused the mountain they were on to collide with the mountain where Parvati lives, and as a result, Parvati granted both her and Zao's wishes; this prevented the competition from being over and trapped all the contestants on the mountain.
- Second Place Is for Losers: This is indirectly her mentality: She wants to be the number one at everything.
- You Will Not Evade Me: Her Sacred Artifact possesses the Rule of Overtaking, allowing her to catch her opponent no matter how far they are.
Voiced by: Hiroki Tochi
- Absurd Cutting Power: Kimun's sword, which he eventually gives to his chosen hero, is used to cut away parts of himself to bestow his own pelt on his hero and bless them. It always finds its way back to him when his hero disappears... because Wen takes the sword back, uses it to cut those blessings (and any Character Development) away, and then kills the hero.
- Bigger Is Better: Wen assuming control certainly changes more than just Kimun's fur color...
- Conditioned to Accept Horror: Before he came to Tokyo, Kimun was so accustomed to the Eternal Recurrance of his home world he thought nothing of it; after spending some time with the Missionaries, and seeing how the System of Kamuy Kotan didn't have to be the only way, he came to realize just how horrible the world of Kamuy Kotan was and rejected it.
- Enemy Within: While he doesn't know it at the start of the event he premieres in, Kimun is also host to an alternate personality, Wen Kamui, who can occasionally take over his body. It comes to a head in the "Onsen Jamboree" event where, thanks to a collided mountain, Wen becomes his.
- Enemy Without: When Wen takes over Kimun's body, he immediately goes about trying to cause Kimun as much pain and heartache as possible, either by influencing the ciramantep into attacking other campers or creating Shadows of his companions to attack Kimun and the others.
- Facial Markings: Both Kimun and Wen have a pattern of lines under their eyes, and it changes depending on who's running the body.
- Foil: To Horkeu Kamui - Horkeu uses ice to match his chilly façade (and cover for his warm heart) and, in game terms, has the Water and Blow/Slash attributes, while Kimun wields fire (and has a cold and cruel Enemy Within) and has the Fire and Thrust attributes. Horkeu eventually realized that the System he worked in was terrible, cruel, and overall pointless and chose to leave it, while Kimun continued to fulfill his Role within it without question until he was summoned to Tokyo.
- Hidden Heart of Gold: Wen eventually ends up as this, though the gold is buried pretty far down and might just be brass; he's still a massive Jerkass, and wants to revert the Protagonist's character development, but also admits to getting a "bad feeling" about doing so and settles for "merely" stripping their clothes off.
- Jekyll & Hyde: Kimun and Wen Kamui, respectively. And for a very long time, Kimun wasn't even aware of this trope being in effect.
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: Kimun reminisces fondly about his past heroes, but for some reason can't remember what actually came of them. It turns out his Split Personality knows... because he murdered them himself.
- Meta Twist: So there's a darker-shaded version of the newly introduced character running around, who hates the new character and wants him to suffer. Clearly it's yet another Shadow causing havoc, right? Nope!
- Mr. Exposition: It's thanks to Kimun that we're given information on how the world of Kamuy Kotan works - that it's an Eternal Recurrance of a frozen world where the people are miserable until a hero rises up with the blessings of the Kamui, brings the people into prosperity until they become complacent and neglect to pay respects to the Kamui, and the Kamui return to take back their blessings, plunging the world into a state where it needs a hero to save them... and it all begins again.
- The Nose Knows: Instantly recognizes the Protagonist as "someone who has worn his pelt" through scent, though he doesn't recognize how this is possible or the Protagonist by their appearance.
- Optional Sexual Encounter: The post-event quest with Kimun has the most blatant of these in a game where it's usually much more coy, and the player is even given the choice of Kimun or Wen. Kimun is nervous, bashful, and gentle. Wen, although impressed by the Protagonist's audacity, is... not, being very aggressive about it.
- Personality Powers: Kimun, who is gentle and caring, uses his sword to help his heroes grow and become strong and independent; Wen, who is rough and vicious, uses that same sword to rip off that same character development and regress people back to their weaker mental and physical state... and also remove their clothing.
- The Rival: A downplayed version - he dislikes Horkeu Kamui for always being the first to find the appointed hero, meaning Kimun missed out on his chance to spoil them rotten.
- Sadistic Choice: Wen eventually forces Kimun into a situation where he will have to use his sword to either "cut away" Wen, allowing him to be free from Kimun and able to cause a lot more pain and anguish and very likely cause incredible damage to Kimun's psyche, or on Kimun's newly found friends and students, where he'd "cut away" their character growth, making him just like Wen.
- Shadow Archetype: Kimun and Wen manage to be this to each other - Kimun seeks to give others blessings and is perhaps overly kind and doting. Wen, on the other hand, strips blessings away and takes great pleasure in being downright malicious.
- Sharing a Body: At the end of the "Onsen Jamboree" event, this is how Kimun and Wen resolve matters: Kimun no longer represses Wen, and Wen is no longer controlling their body without permission; in fact they seem to talk to each other and come to mutual agreements. It still doesn't stop Wen from, frankly, being a bit of a bastard and taking over briefly - though relatively nonviolently - as all he does is grab the Protagonist, carry them to a hot spring, and strip their clothes off in preparation for a soak.
- Shown Their Work: Kim-un Kamuy was worshipped by the Ainu people, and one such method was to raise a bear cub well and kindly for a year, then shoot it with arrows and eat its flesh; the cub's spirit would ascend to Kim-un Kamuy's home where it would tell the bear god of the Ainu's piety. In the Tokyo Afterschool Summoners twist, the bear is the one raising the human for sacrifice, and when the sacrifice dies is when things go to hell, rather than being a time of celebration.
- Split Personality: Kimun's duty was to love and care for heroes, helping train them so they could go forth and save the people, and bestow his pelt onto those heroes to help protect them. As part of the Eternal Recurrence, however, he also had the duty to slay those same heroes, and the pain and stress of it became so great that he repressed all memory of having done so. This repression created Wen, who's not happy about the situation and seeks to make Kimun feel the anguish he'd unknowingly forced onto Wen.
- Split-Personality Makeover: Kimun's brown fur becomes considerably darker when Wen's in control, along with Wen gaining Black Eyes of Evil, a Slasher Smile, and their nails turning into claws. Wen also wears their headband around his left bicep, and the color of the bear pelt slung over their back or waist also changes color; it's the opposite shade of whoever's in control. This being Tokyo Afterschool Summoners, one of Wen's "assets" is of course slightly larger too.
- Take a Third Option: In response to Wen's Sadistic Choice, Kimun instead turns his sword on himself and cuts off his own pelt, a symbol of his love for those he's watched over... and gives it to Wen, leading to a short Villainous Breakdown and a case of Reformed, but Not Tamed.
Voiced by: Haruna Ikezawa
- Big Sister Bully: Played for laughs. Poor, poor Ebisu.
- Blow You Away: She can control winds as easily as she control water. This makes her an exceptional asset for the crew during both Set Sail and Make Sail events.
- Idiot Ball: Had Benten simply explained why she was taking a selfie at the edge of the storm barricade to the Protagonist, then they would have avoided falling over and getting mixed up in the events of Set Sail.
- Making a Splash: Her element and the root of her divinity as she is based on Saraswati, Benten/Benzaiten being her Japanese name. Despite the name change, her role essentially the same across both culture. She is a goddess that govern all things with the concept of "flow", e.g. water, winds, music, luck, etc.
- Musical Assassin: Her powers allows her to turn her music into shockwaves.
- Sitcom Archnemesis: With Kuniyoshi and vice versa.
- Temporary Online Content: Both her 3* and 4* versions are only available from the annual Midsummer's event shop and not part of the regular gacha.
- Tsundere: She flips between "happy to see the protagonist" and "snapping at them" at the drop of a hat. It's not done out of malice so much as expecting an ulterior motive when there is none.
Voiced by: Masahiro Ogata
Voiced by: Kenta Kumamoto
- Balance Buff: Received two. His Swimmer skill upgrade lets him charge CP faster. His Savior skill upgrade increases the reliability of his cleanse and gives evasion to allies behind him.
- Gameplay and Story Integration: He mentions that he received some of his former lords power of creation in the Treasure Ship event. Sure enough his skill set contains healing abilities.
- Reptiles Are Abhorrent: Averted hard, he is one of the most pleasant characters in the game, to the point where almost no one can find a mean thing to say about him.
- Single-Target Sexuality: Despite getting lots of attention and having many admirers, the only person he shows interest in is the Protagonist to the point where, unlike many other characters who are easily flustered by the Protagonist's flirting options, he almost always reciprocates without any fuss.
- Support Party Member: His skillset is focused on keeping his allies safe and healthy with regen buffs and one of very few sources of AoE cleansing. After his Saviour upgrade he can give allies behind him evasion to boost their defenses. However very little of his support applies to himself, and he has no way of increasing his allies damage output.
Voiced by: Wataru Takagi
- Casanova Wannabe: Much like Ganglie, he loves cruising for dates, and much like Ganglie, he tends to have very little success, though his physique at least gets interested looks. Of course, the two love to compete, or try to cooperate... with just as much luck as before.
- Shadow Archetype: To the Black Storm, who shares his appearance and powers, but exists only to destroy. The Black Storm is actually the remnants of Leviathan from Behemoth and Ziz's entries, forced into Typhon's shape thanks to the App. As Leviathan was made to be an incarnation of envy, and lacks a proper personality, the end result is everything Typhon fears about himself.
- The Big Guy: Literally. In the event he premiered in, he's stated to be able to become as tall as a one-story house, and that's not his maximum limit.
Voiced by: Unshō Ishizuka
- Composite Character: Has elements from both Captain Ahab from Moby-Dick and King Ahab from the Bible
- Cool Old Guy: You're on his ship? You're going to work! You're on his ship? You're part of his crew, and he will go through hell and high water to keep you safe.
- Heroic Sacrifice: He stays behind after piercing the Dark Storm with Aramaic Shaft, nullifying its Rule and allowing his crew to escape at the cost of his life. It ends up being pointless, since his crew, refusing to take his sacrifice lying down, proceed to immediately come back to save him and fight off the Black Storm anyway.
- Power Nullifier: The Aramaic Shaft, the Spear Sacred Artifact he's seen holding, possesses the Rule of Deprivation, allowing him to depower those it strikes by removing their unique qualities. He uses it to nullify the Dark Storm's Rule.
- Was Once a Man: His 4-Star reveals that he was once a king, who was forced into becoming a bull by the Aramaic Shaft as punishment for his Greed.
Voiced by: Fukushi Ochiai
Voiced by: Hisao Egawa
- Big Bad: Of the "Unfurl the Sails! A Golden Treasure Ship" event.
- Easily Forgiven: At the end of the event, after two kidnappings and endangering an unknown number of people... he's given a job at one of the schools and is hanging out with everyone else at the post-event party without a care in the world. Everyone else in attendance is more than a little shocked by this.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: For Aegir, the one thing that matches his Greed is his love for his wife, Ran. Ran exploited this by sacrificing her physical form to become the Sea, ensuring that Aegir will always stay with her.
- Greed: He hungers for riches and to collect special, remarkable people, and to keep them in his treasure vaults forever. Not for any particular end; he just wants to own them. And, like all greedy individuals, what he has quickly loses its metaphorical luster for him, leaving him always craving newer and "better" treasures.
- Logical Weakness: He's vunerable to Artifacts that manipulate the sea while he's giant because, despite its appearance, his Giant form is closer to Elemental Armor made from the surrounding Sea of Ran.
- Sizeshifter: He can increase his size by using his Rule to take in the surrounding Sea of Ran into himself.
Voiced by: Mitsuaki Kanuka
- Anthropomorphic Personification: Volos is one half of the cycle of life and death, specifically the life part, given form due an incident back in Kitzeh that split him from Veles, who represented death.
- Beary Friendly: He's an ursine therian and is very friendly to everyone he meets.
- Food God: His powers allow him to create bountiful harvests and crops.
- Green Thumb: His power makes plants grow better. He is after all, the living embodiment of life back in his home-world.
- Literal Split Personality: He and Veles were originally one being. The god whom they split from was the embodiment of the cycle of life and death. Volos and Veles inherited their dominion over life and death respectively after the split.
- Theme Twin Naming: Noted in his profile. The names Volos and Veles are phonetically similar.
- Tragic Keepsake: He keep the memories of the songs and poetry Veles loved alive in his heart.
Voiced by: Tetsu Inada
- A Father to His Men: The Islanders he rules over are all capable combatants and he treats like they're his children. The Islanders for their part reciprocate this wholeheartedly.
- Authority Equals Asskicking: He is the ruler of Lumia Kanaloa, and has the strength to back it up.
- The Bus Came Back: After the Raiders of the Lost Isle Event he featured in next to nothing except a Valentine bonus quest. Cue the Cannan event which sees him reappear in a prominent role and with an event variant to boot.
- Green Thumb: Attacks with the power within Lumia Kanaloa's nature, fittingly he has a Wood and World attribute.
- Irony: One of the most notable things about Tangaroa's normal skillset is that his Dragonborn skill is the only skill that benefits him. One of the most notable things about his Cannanite skillset is that with one exception his skills only affect him.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: The name of his charge skill: Lumia Kanaloa: Bloody Mountains And Rivers.
- Our Dragons Are Different: Possess the Dragonborn skill, despite nothing about him being Draconic ever being brought up.
- Reptiles Are Abhorrent: Averted. Tangaroa is one of the most polite and well mannered characters in the game, and the Original even sacrificed his body to create a new world for life to flourish.
- Spanner in the Works: He ultimately foils Bael's stalemate by combining his and Yam's Rules to create physical bodies for all of Canaan's citizens to inhabit, allowing them to persist outside of their hosts and giving them enough numbers to thwart Canaan's end.
- Willing Channeler: The staff he carries is the remains of the original Tangaroa, left over from when he created the world of Lumia Kanaloa. They hold the original's memories and make it's wielder an avatar of the first. While he was selected to bear the staff the current incarnation took it willingly.
Voiced by: Yumiko Kobayashi
Voiced by: Sho Koda
- Berserk Button: He doesn't have a specific trigger - all it takes is his boundaries to be overstepped one time too many, too often - but the end result has him going on a rampage, completely destroying the terrain and buildings around him. This is one of the reasons that leads him to isolate himself - aside from his incredibly shy nature. Taurus Mask in particular seems to unknowingly tap-dance on the button in his constant nagging to recruit Asterius for a wrestling team.
- Freakiness Shame: Despite being entirely unremarkable by Transient standards, he believes himself to be a hideous monster and constantly tries to isolate himself in his belief that others will hate and fear him for his appearance.
- Our Minotaurs Are Different: A large minotaur.
- Shown Their Work: His two-headed axe is a labrys from ancient Crete - the island the original Minotaur supposedly came from.
- Shrinking Violet: He is not good with crowds and large groups of people; thanks to his perceived Freakiness Shame, he constantly worries that an angry mob will form at any moment to chase him away.
Voiced by: Haruna Ikezawa
- Archer Archetype: Uses a bow given to him by Kothar-wa-Khasis (Kurogane) during his time as Prince Aqhat in the Canaan event.
- But Now I Must Go: Enforced by his Role of the Wanderer.
- Kid Hero: As a result of his Role, he constantly travels to other worlds, fight off Shadows, then gets whisked away to another world once he's done. This has done a number on his psyche.
- Space Master: His Sacred Artifact gives him the ability to "cut" whatever's within the space between two bullets he's fired. He uses this to disrupt Dagon's power by severing the composite island's weakpoint.
Voiced by: Toshiyuki Morikawa
- Freudian Excuse: Dagon was driven to experience Canaan because he wants to understand why the World of the Old Ones was destroyed.
- Identical Stranger: Like Bael to Seth, he also resembles Triton, but with a dominant purple/black color-scheme compared to Triton's blue. With Triton previously being Dagon of Canaan before leaving that part behind him, this seems to be a reference to the fact that Dagon the Old One was based on Caanonite Deity of the same name.
- Sharing a Body: Like all of the citizens of Canaan, he's doing this with the memories of Canaan!Dagon, although like Astaroth with Astarte and unlike everyone else, he's doing this willingly. He's also the only one this trope applies to by the end with the event, since even Tangaroa and Yam's Rule was unable to restore Canaan!Dagon's body.
Voiced by: Nozomi Yamamoto
- Attack Animal: Astaroth's sacred artifact is a golden snake that hides under her clothes.
- Deal with the Devil: Astaroth makes one with Astarte during the event, giving Astarte her Role, Rule, and power in exchange for becoming one with her. As it turns out, the whole Canaan ordeal started in part thanks to a deal between Astaroth and Bael, the former promising to help the latter with his scheme in exchange for the female body of her dreams. Astarte later makes one to Bael to spare the Protagonist from Canaan's fall in exchange for choosing Bael as Canaan's World Representative.
- Determined Defeatist: Once we get a look into Astaroth's perspective, its revealed they're this. They believed its impossible to get the body they actually want, so Astaroth tried to get close enough by inhabiting Astarte's body in exchange for Astarte getting their power. By the end of the event, being with Astarte helps them break out of the "defeatist" part.
- Didn't Think This Through: Astarte's expression and response to the Protagonist pointing out if they'll become married if she becomes the World Representative of Canaan just says this.
- Heroic Sacrifice: When the Giant Flood comes down on Canaan, Astarte takes back her Role and throws the Protagonist back into Canaan with the last of her strength to save them from the giant waves crashing down on them. Luckly, Kijimuna saves the both of you at the last minute.
- Neutral Female: As Baal reveals, Astarte's Role enforces this on her, rendering her near-helpless and feeble in order to create the image of a fragile and vulnerable being that the World and its denizens can't help but love.
- Raised as the Opposite Gender: Her core struggle as a character. Astaroth is still biologically male, but knows she identifies as female. It's implied that with their aristocratic background, any attempt to physically transition would result in social stigma and scorn from everyone around them.
- This actually is a call-back to their real life counterparts, as the Canaanite goddess Astarte was demonized into Astaroth.
- Reincarnation: It is heavily implied that Astaroth is the reincarnation of Astarte after the fall of Canaan and their soul were transmigrated to Gehenna.
- Trophy Wife: What Astarte is, her Role being to pick who will be the World Representative of Canaan and rule beside them. She's very aware of this and she HATES it.
Voiced by: Masaki Terasoma
Voiced by: Naoko Matsui
A spider transient from the world of Olympus. Striving to be known as the greatest fashion designer who ever lived, Arachne works hard to have her work featured and recognized by all. She views her work as already perfect, however, and struggles to challenge herself with new and innovative styles to catch the eyes of others. Still, she's determined to be the best, and will stop at nothing to have others recognize her work.
- Absolute Cleavage: A rather rare female example in this game.
- Badass Adorable: Fights extremely well for a cute, hyper fashion designer. She easily proves to be a match for Zabaniyya.
- Berserk Button: She has two: #1, don't take her seriously. And #2, please don't get naked during her fashion shows. Or interrupt them. Like Amatsumara found out the hard way.
- Beware the Silly Ones: Arachnes utter devotion to perfecting her brand and episodes of hyper-analysis served as rather humorous segments of her event. Quirks aside, Arachne proves shes no slouch in combat, as physical brawls are a crucial process in her personal tailoring.
- Boobs of Steel: Again, she took on Zabaniyya and managed to fight him to a standstill, even while taking his measurements to design his suit.
- Character Development: Through her meetings with the members of the Outlaws, Missionaries, Yoyogi, and Crafters guilds, Arachne evolved from an individual who subconsciously forced her own perspectives and selfish desires onto her fashions to a true designer who provides meaningful insights on the hearts of her customers and aims to make them shine through clothes that represents who they are, instead of simply making clothes that will only promote her.
- Cursed with Awesome: She is certainly making the best of her situation despite being turned into a human-spider hybrid. For one thing, having four extra pair of limbs naturally made for weaving would be seamstress and designers dream come true. Being able to produce your own silk is just the cherry on top.
- Dope Slap: Played hilariously. An unfortunate pirate mob learned the hard way, you dont stand between Arachne and her goals!
- Enemy Within: Arachne creates her clothes by observing and extracting the repressed desires and memories of her subjects. In other words, she can turn a persons Shadow into clothing for them.
- Fashion Designer: One of the best in Tokyo, her previous clienteles include Gabriel. She also has business connections with Gyumao, enough that she can casual barge into his office.
- Fatal Flaw: Pride, not that she noticed it at first. Having been previously rejected by the Olympus gods, save for Hephaestus, due to the nature of her work and cast out, Arachne had resolved to prove to everyone that her work and skills did capture the true essence of her subjects, regardless of what anyone else thought.
- Glass Cannon: She has low defenses and average attack, but her abilities trip enemies easily when they hit.
- Gratuitous English: For some unexplained reason, Arachne often renders her honorifics, typically -chan, in English and all caps.
- Improbable Weapon User: Fittingly, Arachnes sacred artifact comes in the form of her silk. Although unlike most examples, the story doesnt seem to point to them being used as razor floss or as puppet strings. Her kit in-game however, does imply she can use her threads to grab her opponents.
- Love Confession: A rather interesting side-effect of her shadow clothes. Zabaniyya, Wakan, and even Tsath had apparently been harboring these feelings for the Player for some time now, and thanks to Arachne, they all separately confess to the Player on their dates.
- Motor Mouth: She does not know the meaning of the phrase "shut up". This gets her in trouble with Aoyama when trying to learn the secrets of the angels' clothes.
- Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Besides her normal human arms, Arachne has 4-pairs of spider legs sprouting from her back.
- Mundane Utility: During the event of Summer Fashionista, Arachne revealed that she had discovered a flagrant and ingenious way to abuse the time-manipulation effects of the App to improve her own productivity. Simply put, she would switch on the App in the enclosed space of her shop, which would of course result in a time stop, giving her all the time in the world to come up with rough draft designs. Once she has come up with a satisfying design, she would memorize it, switch off the App, restoring all the materials she had used, then re-create that specific design with only minimal waste.
- No Indoor Voice: Her MO is best summarized as "criticize first, think later". Her concept of personal space is also nonexistent.
- Not the Intended Use: Arachne could probably make the Game Masters over at the Tower of Babel throw a hissyfit with how she abuses the App to save on time and resources.
- Oh, Crap!: Almost guaranteed to have this reaction when she's out of earshot of the person she was just talking to, following a comical My God, What Have I Done? because of her Motor Mouth.
- Open Mouth, Insert Foot: This trope kicks off her event: Arachne barges into Gyumao's office after he turns down her request for an exhibitor spot, and then she accepts Gyumao's challenge, and says she will bring thousands of people to his event. Oopsiedaisy!
- Spider People: It would seem that in the Housamo-verse, Athenas curse turned her into spider-human hybrid instead of a full-blown spider. Arachne retains her human form, with the only addition being the legs sprouting from her back and the extra set of eyes on her forehead.
- The Unfettered: Rain or shine, not even hell-fire or an army of angels will stop her once shes set on making you shine with her clothes!
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Teal hair, a shade shared by her stockings and the tips of her spider limbs.
Voiced by: Subaru Kimura
- Acrofatic: He's fat, but thanks to a double whammy of inheriting Goemon's ninja skills on top of having a background performing for an audience, he's quick on his feet. He's not only fast enough to evenly match Jiraiya in combat, but is able to quickly out Bathym, Garmr, and Ikutoshi with volleyballs to the head once he gets his head in the game.
- But Now I Must Go: Leaves Andvari Falls after the end of the event because his troupe leader saw his coin-throwing "performance" and called him back.
- Demonic Possession: During the final battle with Alberich, Shukaku temporarily cedes control of his body to the memories of Goemon Ishikawa in order to pull off his famous coin-throwing trick with the cursed gold.
- Does This Remind You of Anything?: One of his alternate costumes has him wearing a pair of shorts with a prominent bulge, and the kanji 金 - kin, meaning "gold" - inscribed on the crotch. Kintama or "golden balls" is a common colloquial term for testicles in Japanese, and since he's a Tanuki the implications are pretty blatant.
- Composite Character: As a result of taking in his memories from his pot, he's one of Goemon Ishikawa and Shukaku, the Tanuki from Bunbuku Chagama who performed tricks while changed to a teapot. This is invoked by him, in an attempt to better his flawed "Goemon Ishikawa" performance. Notably, once he remembers his desire to entertain his audience, he begins to perform his original act as Shukaku again while as "Goemon".
- Freudian Excuse: His drive to be a professional performer was born after he believed his adopted guardian dropped him off at a temple because of his terrible performing skills, and became focused on improving said skills on the belief he would meet him again. While Goemon eventually realized the actual reason why his grandfather left him was because he became too old to take care of him, it still left him with the drive to be the best performer.
- I Have Many Names: Refers to himself interchangeably between Shukaku and Goemon, usually going full name by the latter.
- Glamour Failure: Its shown that if he's shocked or startled while in his human guise, his tanuki ears pop out.
- Large Ham: Considering he's a Kabuki perfumer whose taken on the memories of Goemon Ishikawa, it would be more surprising if he wasn't this.
- Lovable Rogue: Naturally for someone who embraces Goemon's memories, he's this. Alberich uses this against him in order to help him find the cursed gold in Andvari Falls.
- Tanuki: Like Gyobu he's a fairly standard-issue one, being a plump jolly fellow with magical transformation powers and some reference made to his size in certain places. Also like Gyobu, he has a name derived from tanuki-related folklore; in his case "Shukaku" is a reference to Bunbuku Chagama, a famous tale about a tanuki who shapeshifts to perform for an audience.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: Like Gyobu, he's able to change into anything he seen before, which he commonly uses to change into "Goemon". Notably, the surfboard Seth is riding on his Beachside 4-star Variant is a changed Goemon.
- You Were Trying Too Hard: Shukaku ultimately realizes during the dodgeball match that he was too focused on trying to be Goemon and being a professional entertainer that he lost sight of his desire to entertain the audience.
Voiced by: Rumi Ookubo
Voiced by: Shin-ichiro Miki
Voiced by: Hiroki Goto
- Adaptational Heroism: In the myths, Set was known as the usurper and is most known for his murder of Osiris, and his feud with Horus. Here Seth is a friendly, if closed off, individual who helps out the protagonist, Hanuman, and Ganglie through their travels into the desert. This even applies to the real one, as while he was temperamental, he really did care for his brother and he was framed for the murder by the higher ranking nobles.
- Adaptational Species Change: In mythology, Set's animal was an unknown species most call a Set Animal. Here, Seth is simplified into a wolf. This also applies to his true self as Ash, as his mythological counterpart had different heads representing him, including the Set animal, but was never depicted as a wolf/jackal.
- A God Am I: Refers to himself repeatedly as the "God of Sand and Storm". He doesn't quite live up to the hype, but he is genuinely skilled and powerful.
- Big Brother Worship: He's on the receiving end of this from Hanuman. And was just like Hanuman to his actual brother, the real Seth.
- Blood Brothers: With another from his desert land; the two ended up sharing the kingdom until Seth's exile.
- Dark Secret: He's actually Ash, the younger brother of Seth, who took his name and Sacred Artifact when his elder brother was exiled, and was manipulated into exiling his beloved brother.
- Dead Person Impersonation: Well, not so much dead as he is banished, but the real Seth was exiled for the murder of Osiris, something he didn't commit here, and his blood brother Ash takes his name and title to uphold his legacy.
- Identical Stranger: Aside from Bael's horns, he and Bael are near-twins of each other, with Bael having a slightly darker color scheme. It's because Bael and Seth's mythological origins come from the Canaanite god Baal.
- Light 'em Up: His Valentine Variant has the aether attribute.
- Nervous Wreck: The majority of his summer variant's voice lines are this, as he tries to be badass or at least keep calm, only to break away sweating and asking the protagonist not to let go of his hand due to his massive fear of the ocean.
- Shown Their Work: Ash actually is an Egyptian God that was associated with the real Set, with some works stating that he was just another name for the god of deserts.
- The Usurper: Murdered his father to seize the throne of the desert kingdom, but in return was forced to leave his kingdom forever. In truth he was framed by the nobility who wanted to seize power for themselves, and this Seth isn't even the one who was exiled.
Voiced by: Tetsu Inada
- The Bartender: What he does off duty and he's damn good at it.
- Bird People: Like his namesake, Thunderbird is an accipitrid/eagle transient.
- Chick Magnet: Noted to be quite handsome by several characters and since his civilian job is bartending, a certain level of charm is expected.
- Dream Walker: His powers allow him to enter people's mind when they are asleep, in order to hunt down their nightmares and ensure the sleeper gets a good night's sleep filled with pleasant dreams. It's thanks to this ability that he was able to intervene during the Desert Journey event when Shadow Seth attack the protagonist in their dreams.
- Leotard of Power: Skin tight to emphasize his impressive muscular physique.
- Shock and Awe: If his name didn't already give it away, he has electrical powers similar to his namesake which he channels through his whip artifact.
- Whip It Good: Although his sacred artifact is in fact a huge dream catcher, with lightning as the webbing, Thunderbird prefers to unravel and use the length of rope like a whip/lasso.