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Regulars that were introduced in the Hell Train Arcs starting from the 39th Floor's Name Hunt Station to the 44th Floor's Last Station.


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The Name Hunt Station

The Ten Bosses

    Kaiser 

    Lo Po Bia Alphine 

Lo Po Bia Alphine

Tower Position: Scout, Anima

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Even now I wonder why I didn't stop her at that time. If I had just stopped them from meeting, none of this would have happened.

A D-rank Regular, and one of Kaiser's Ten Bosses. Alphine was an attendant of the Lo Po Bia Family that was assigned to look after Kaiser when she was showing potential to be picked as a Princess of Jahad. After becoming a Regular, Alphine climbed the Tower, and made it up to Name Hunt Station to continue looking after Kaiser.


  • The Beastmaster: Controls a giant shadow fox that fights against her enemies.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Yellow hair with yellow eyes.
  • The Dragon: Given their history, Alphine serves as Kaiser's Number Two.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Takes over as the new leader for Name Hunt Station to make the current system better after Bam succeeded in freeing Elaine from her debt.
  • In-Series Nickname: Known as the "Shadow Girl".
  • Ms. Exposition: She explains Kaiser's backstory to Bam and company.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Hair covers her left eye.
  • My Greatest Failure: Alphine regrets not stopping Kaiser from hanging out with the boy she fell in love with many years ago as it led to Kaiser getting trapped at the Name Hunt Station.
  • The Team:
    Kaiser's Name Hunt Station Team: Alphine, Kaiser, Inieta, Yukan, Lulu, Variel, Hesse, and Marte.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Kaiser / Elaine. Alphine went so far as to try to commit suicide rather than tell Bam's group how to reach Kaiser's chamber.

    Arie Inieta 

Arie Inieta

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No one who says they enjoy fighting is ever dignified before death. I enjoy seeing them struggle and beg for their lives.

A D-rank Regular from the great Arie Family, and one of Kaiser's Ten Bosses. Compared to the other bosses, Inieta's strength is the only one of the bunch that Kaiser truly respects, and is considered the strongest of them.


  • Ambiguously Brown: Which is particularly notable because the other members of the Arie family we have seen, namely Hoaqin, are incredibly pale. He's revealed to not be from the main Arie line but instead may be an illegitimate child as he commented to Kaiser that the Arie family doesn't acknowledge "mongrels" like himself.
  • Bastard Angst: As an illegitimate son of the Arie family, the arrogance of direct line members of the Ten Great Families is his Berserk Button.
  • Blood Knight: Really, really, really enjoyed fighting Rak and, to a much lesser extent, Ehwa and Danhwa. To the point of wanting to keep at least Rak as a pet/companion. Is also willing to try being a Rules Lawyer to find other good fights, despite Kaiser's rather heavy hints not to get involved. He then very noticeably enjoyed his final battle with Khun Ran, expressing a wish to fight until he dies.
  • Character Death: Killed by Ran after a really gruesome duel.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: While it took a bit longer to defeat Rak, he defeats Ehwa and Danhwa pretty quickly. In his backstory, he was on the receiving end by Kaiser as he calls her a "cheater".
  • Curtains Match the Window: Like the rest of the Arie Family, Inieta has silver hair and silver eyes.
  • Dark-Skinned Blond: White-hair and tan-skinned.
  • Fight Unscene: After Inieta gets punched by Rak in his full, large form, the scene immediately cuts to an out-of-breath Inieta with Rak defeated.
  • In-Series Nickname: Known as the "Genius Swordsman".
  • Master Swordsman: He's got some Arie blood in him, so this is a given. However, since he's not from the main family line, he can't use any special techniques in particular.
  • Pintsized Powerhouse: A similar height to Khun Ran, who he fights later on, and arguably the stronger of the two. Had it not been for the timely intervention of Sia Sia (on two counts), Inieta would have killed Ran in their duel.
  • The Team:
    Kaiser's Name Hunt Station Team: Inieta, Kaiser, Alphine, Yukan, Lulu, Variel, Hesse, and Marte.

    Yukan 

Yukan

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A D-rank Regular, and one of Kaiser's Ten Bosses. Yukan is greeted by Bam at the Name Hunt Station festival. The latter of which doesn't appreciate seeing the station Boss stepping on others during his search for Viole.


  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Gray skinned. Yukan also has an odd red-colored skin design that only leaves his head, feet, and hands the mentioned gray color.
  • The Big Guy: The biggest of Kaiser's Ten Bosses.
  • Character Death: Alphine's shadow fox eats him.
  • Cool Helmet: Wears a giant gray helmet over his face.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Bam beats him after destroying all his toxic tubes in one shot with his Bangs, but what also really shocked him was having his retaliatory toxic sludge AOE attack totally blocked by Aguero — with nonchalant ease. Bam then easily takes his name after the ten second countdown to make Yukan a servant to Team Bam.
  • In-Series Nickname: Known as the "Toxic Waste Human". And, yup: take a wild guess what his attacks can use...
  • Kick the Dog: Stands on top of a couple No-name Regulars, and orders them to tell him where Viole is.
  • Poisonous Person: Eats the toxic waste around the Name Hunt Station, and turns it into a yellow liquid poison that he shoots out from multiple gray tubes that are connected to his back.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: His eyes turn red when he's enraged.
  • The Team:
    Kaiser's Name Hunt Station Team: Yukan, Kaiser, Alphine, Inieta, Lulu, Variel, Hesse, and Marte.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: He was later mercilessly killed by Alphine's Shadow Fox.
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    Lulu 

Lulu

Tower Position: Light Bearer

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A D-rank Regular of an underwater Da-an tribe, and one of Kaiser's Ten Bosses. During Bam's rescue operation, Lulu was stationed at the hostage container.


  • Ambiguous Gender: A member of the Da-an race, which is hard to tell the gender on.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Stands alongside Alphine as the two of them begin their work to make the station better after Kaiser's defeat.
  • Making a Splash: Lulu's means of fighting is turning water into oxygen, and vice-versa, which was key to allow him to easily hide himself away from Team Shibisu's station boss hunt. When it comes to battle, Lulu can fire bubbles that will suffocate enemies if they come in contact with them.
  • Mission Control: A lighthouse user.
  • The Team:
    Kaiser's Name Hunt Station Team: Lulu, Kaiser, Alphine, Inieta, Yukan, Variel, Hesse, and Marte.
  • This Cannot Be!: Connected to Villainous Breakdown, Lulu goes through this multiple times.
    • Unable to believe that Hwaryun's rescue team was able to find their location, Lulu first believed that someone amongst the bosses, like Yukan, must have betrayed them revealing the location of the hostage container location to the enemy. In the end, Hwaryun just simply knew the right path given her guide abilities.
    • Lulu is then left stunned in disbelief that Hwaryun had already obtained Variel's seal key to open up the indestructible hostage container that was made by Workshop.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Lulu goes through one crazy meltdown after Hwaryun's rescue team makes it to the location of the hostage container.

    Variel Vani 

Variel Vani

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A D-rank Regular, and one of Kaiser's Ten Bosses. Variel remained in hiding thanks to his ability, which is to place seals upon certain objects to keep them locked. His role during Bam's rescue operation was to place a locking seal on the hostage container.


  • Alliterative Name: Variel Vani.
  • Fight Unscene: His defeat to Hwaryun's rescue team was never seen.
  • In-Series Nickname: Known as the "Key Man".
  • Open and Shut: Creates seals that require a key to keep areas, such as the hostage container, and his hiding room, locked.
  • The Leader: He leads his own group of Regulars all wearing hoods making it look as if Variel is the leader of some cult.
  • Satellite Character: Variel existed purely to remind readers how great Hwaryun is as a Tower guide.
  • The Team:
    Kaiser's Name Hunt Station Team: Variel, Kaiser, Alphine, Inieta, Yukan, Lulu, Hesse, and Marte.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Gets disposed of quite easily by Hwaryun's rescue team during the rescue operation. The fact the fight isn't even seen implies that it was an incredibly quick battle.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: What happens to Variel after he and his minions are defeated by Hwaryun's rescue team remains up in the air.

    Hesse 

Hesse

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A D-rank Regular, and one of Kaiser's Ten Bosses. Hesse fights against Ran when Team Nobic arrive at Name Hunt Station in an attempt to obtain a name from a member of one of the Ten Great Families.


  • Character Death: Dies due to being unable to withstand Ran's electricity.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: Hesse fights utilizing dirt.
  • In-Series Nickname: Known as the "Dirt Man".
  • No-Sell: Being a user of dirt makes him immune to fire and electricity... supposedly. Ran's electricity ended up being too powerful to completely defend against it.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Hesse's eyes turn red when he gets serious activating his dirt powers.
  • Satellite Character: He existed just to show off Ran's power.
  • Scary Teeth: Hesse never closes his mouth, which always shows off his shark-like teeth.
  • The Team:
    Kaiser's Name Hunt Station Team: Hesse, Kaiser, Alphine, Inieta, Yukan, Lulu, Variel, and Marte.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: He existed just to show off how powerful Ran's become by the time Nobic's team reaches Name Hunt Station.

    Marte 

Marte

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A D-rank Regular, and one of Kaiser's Ten Bosses. Marte and her followers battled with Endorsi, who's trying to find all the station's bosses.


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Minor Name Hunt Station Regulars

    Red Gramon 

Red Gramon

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A Regular that joined up with Bam's group after hearing that he's come as Viole to free the station from Kaiser's control. Gramon stands alongside Bam and Khun as the three of them enter Kaiser's Name Hunt Station festival.


    Gramon's Partner 
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A Regular that joined up with Bam's group alongside Gramon. She leads Ran, Dan, and Sia Sia from Bam's group through the maze entrance of the Name Hunt Station festival in order to locate their three companions that Inieta captured.


  • Curtains Match the Window: Light-red hair with light-red eyes.
  • Lady Looks Like a Dude: If it wasn't for the fact that her chest is developed, it would be extremely easy to confuse this Regular for a dude.
  • My Greatest Failure: She regrets not being able to save her companions the first time her team broke into the festival from being sold off by Kaiser and the Ten Bosses.
  • No Name Given: Was never given a name.
  • This Is Unforgivable!: She hates Kaiser and the Name Hunt Station for forcing her companions to be auctioned into families that they wanted no part of.

    Chigrinsky 

Chigrinsky

Tower Position: Light Bearer

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Chigrinsky lost his name to Hesse and, as a result, has had to serve under him at the Name Hunt Station. Following Hesse's defeat at the hands of Ran, control over his name was transferred over to Khun Ran.


    J.M. 

J.M.

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The older brother of station Boss Hesse. J.M. appeared during the rescue operation in an attempt to stop Hwaryun's rescue team from reaching the location of the hostage container.


The Floor of Death

Hell Joe's Faction

    Faction in General 
  • Defector from Decadence: They were subordinates of Grand De Sah but opposes the Grand Family because of differing opinions how to get out of their situation.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Wolhaiksong. Both are The Dreaded factions who want to get out from their respective boundaries. Hell Joe in particular shows what happens if Urek Mazino snapped while pursuing his goal.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: They want to get out from the Hell Floor and will take every necessary step to do so.
  • Complete Immortality: The immortality spell pretty much does this to everyone on the floor of death. However, if you have a strong enough "spell breaker" or an "irregular" attack, you can bypass it.

    Hell Joe 

Hell Joe

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I'm going to escape this godforsaken floor. This land of living corpses!

The current ruler of the 43rd Floor of Death's South City. Once a subordinate of the previous ruler, Grand De Sah, Hell Joe led a rebellion to take control of South City after being provided the Red Thryssa from Urek, and then made a deal with FUG to provide the organization the Thorn Fragments in return for Hell Joe finally being allowed to escape the Floor of Death. Over time, Hell Joe managed to locate three of the four fragments, and sent them out of the Floor of Death.

In the present, Hell Joe continues the search for the final Thorn Fragment, but is greeted by the FUG Slayer, Karaka, who informs Hell Joe that there's someone amongst the recent Floor of Death intruders (Bam's group) that can help him finally escape. In order to deal with the intruders, Hell Joe baits his enemies to attack his South City castle by claiming that he's found the last Thorn Fragment.


  • Arc Villain: Built up to be a major one for the Floor of Death Story Arc.
  • Berserk Button: He hates the fact that Karaka provided him a television that only has the news channel.
  • Black Cloak: Wears a black cloak.
  • Bookworm: Likes to read comic books.
  • The Coup: Led a force against the previous leader, Grand De Sah, to take control of South City.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Gray-hair with gray-eyes.
  • Deal with the Devil: After failing to become leader of South City via election, he fell into despair and the Red Thryssa used this opportunity to convince Joe to form a Fusion Dance with him, allowing the Administrator fragment to corrupt his mind.
  • Determinator: Hell Joe is determined to finally escape the Floor of Death.
  • Easily Forgiven: Despite terrorizing the 43rd Floor residents, he gets off pretty lightly and is even offered an out by Urek Mazino. The sympathy he got makes him feel even worse.
  • Evil Mask: When combined with the Red Thryssa, he wears a sinister looking red mask.
  • Fan Boy: To Endorsi Jahad.
  • Fallen Hero: He was a nice guy who wished to get out of Hell Floor, and had the genuine support of many of the 43rd Floor's residents, but Grand De Sah's opposition along with support wavering due to the possible dissolution of their immortality snapped his mind.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: Goes from simple shinsu hole technician to tyrant of Hell Floor's South City.
  • Fusion Dance: He became one with the Red Thryssa, a surviving fragment of the 43rd Floor Guardian.
  • Goal in Life: Hell Joe wishes to finally escape the Floor of Death.
  • Heel Realization: After being stripped of the Red Thryssa's power, he realizes that he had become Drunk with Power and no longer feels he deserves to escape the Floor of Death.
  • Horned Humanoid: Gains two massive red horns on his head when he combines with the Red Thryssa.
  • The Leader: Of the Floor of Death's South City.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Hell Joe.
  • The Plan: Inspired by an event in one the comic books he's been reading, Hell Joe comes up with a plan to bait the recent Floor of Death intruders to his South City castle by claiming that he's obtained the final Thorn Fragment, and is about ready to hand it over to FUG.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: His post-powerup behavior primarily consists of him holed up in his castle, munching on junk food, watching TV, and reading comic books. While he was a dreamer once upon a time, his honest intentions to take whoever's willing out of the Floor of Death is instead replaced with a self-centered wish to get out alone.
  • The Worf Effect: Was hyped up to be incredibly strong, and would have destroyed an unpossessed Yuri. Later, however, he was completely annihilated in a battle against Urek Mazino (with only a little assistance from Bam).
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: His eyes turn red when he fuses with the Red Thryssa.
  • Scarf of Asskicking: Wears a giant red scarf that even glows when he activates his powers.
  • Scars are Forever: Has a facial scar that goes across the top half of his face.
  • Super Mode: His combined form with the Red Thryssa.

    Ssong 

Ssong

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One of Hell Joe's five Army Commanders. Unlike the other commanders, Ssong is determined to escape the Floor of Death.


  • Black Cloak: Wears a black cloak.
  • Determinator: Like Hell Joe, Ssong wishes to finally escape the Floor of Death.
  • Goal in Life: Ssong wishes to reclaim his soul in order to escape the Floor of Death, and then return to climbing the Tower in order to obtain the wealth and power at the top.
  • In-Series Nickname: Ssong the Traitor.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Compared to the other Army Commanders, Ssong had red glowing eyes.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Charlotte's blue. Unlike Charlotte, who's given up the thought of escaping the Floor of Death, Ssong is still determined as ever.
  • Scarf of Asskicking Wears a dark-gray scarf.
  • White Mask of Doom: Like the other Army Commanders, Ssong wears a white mask.

    Charlotte 

Charlotte

Tower Position: Light Bearer

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One of Hell Joe's five Army Commanders.


  • Black Cloak: Wears a black cloak.
  • In-Series Nickname: Charlotte the Temptress.
  • Mission Control: The lighthouse user that supports the other Army Commanders from her control room.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue to Ssong's red. Charlotte does not share the same enthusiasm as Ssong when it comes to finally being able to escape the Floor of Death.
  • She's Got Legs: Compared to the other Army Commanders, her legs are designed to look quite feminine.
  • The Smurfette Principle: The only female amongst Hell Joe's five Army Commanders.
  • White Mask of Doom: Like the other Army Commanders, Charlotte wears a white mask.

    Sanchez 

Sanchez

Tower Position: Spear Bearer

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One of Hell Joe's five Army Commanders. During the defense of South City's castle against the Floor of Death intruders, Sanchez gets stationed at a high location to support Walcott from afar.


    Fabregas 

Fabregas

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One of Hell Joe's five Army Commanders. During the defense of South City's castle against the Floor of Death intruders, Fabregas attempts to bail after witnessing the power of Yuri's ignited 13-Month weapons.


  • Black Cloak: Wears a black cloak.
  • Character Death: Bam kills him with a Shinsu Black-hole Sphere.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Was on the receiving end of two from Hell Joe and Bam.
  • I Don't Want to Die: Similar to the Screw This, I'm Outta Here! example, Fabregas actually says this to Hell Joe as to why he doesn't want to defend the South City castle anymore.
  • In-Series Nickname: Fabregas the Bloody.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: Name originates from the real-life soccer player, Cesc Fabregas.
  • Satellite Character: Both times Fabregas attempted to fight, he was used to hype up Hell Joe, and to show off that Bam's new Shinsu Black-Hole Sphere attack can break through the Floor of Death's immortality spell.
  • Scarf of Asskicking: Wears a white scarf.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: After Yuri reveals that she's capable of killing those that are immortal on the Floor of Death, Fabregas attempts to ditch Hell Joe's castle defense plan. However, Hell Joe quickly puts the traitor in his place, which causes Fabregas to go back to defending the castle.
  • Spikes of Villainy: His Super Mode adds massive red spikes along his back.
  • Super Mode: He attempts to attack Hell Joe and Bam's group in his battle-form.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: He died shortly after his introduction.
  • White Mask of Doom: Like the other Army Commanders, Fabregas wears a white mask.
  • The Worf Effect: Despite Fabregas's immortal form, Bam's Shinsu Black-Hole Sphere is proven to be powerful enough to break through the Floor of Death's immortality spell.
  • This Cannot Be!: In his last moments, Fabregas is left stunned in disbelief that Bam's Shinsu Black-Hole Sphere was able to break through his immortal body.

    Walcott 

Walcott

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One of Hell Joe's five Army Commanders. During the defense of South City's castle against the Floor of Death intruders, Walcott gets stationed at the main entrance.


  • Black Cloak: Wears a black cloak.
  • Character Death: He's killed by Yuri after being overwhelmed by her ignited 13-Month weapons, Black March and Green April.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Once Yuri ignited the Black March and Green April, Walcott was done for.
  • Heart Symbol: His body creates one upon enjoying the thought that he was stationed at the main castle entrance because Hell Joe considers him the strongest.
  • Horned Humanoid: Gains two giant red horns in his Super Mode.
  • In-Series Nickname: Walcott the Windy.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: Name originates from the real-life soccer player, Theo Walcott.
  • Not So Invincible After All: Despite his soulless body being immortal thanks to the Floor of Death spell, Walcott's body was destroyed by Yuri since the ignited 13-Month weapons were stronger than the spell.
  • Razor Wind: Like his title, Walcott is able to fire blasts of wind at his enemies.
  • Satellite Character: He pretty much existed just to show off the power of Yuri's ignited 13-Month weapons.
  • Super Mode: Becomes massive when Walcott fights seriously.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: He died shortly after his introduction.
  • White Mask of Doom: Like the other Army Commanders, Walcott wears a white mask.

Others

    Yuliu Mata 

Yuliu Mata

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You're a bird, Hockney. You're not a bug that crawls around underground like me. So go outside and fly.

A parasite-type Regular living on the 43rd Floor of Death who helped Hockney originally escape the Floor. Mata seems to support Hockney having a life away from the 43rd Floor, and helps Bam and Hockney travel to the inner portions of the Floor of Death after the two became separated from the rest of Bam's expedition team.


  • Berserk Button: He doesn't like people getting the name of his Manyleg pet wrong, such as Garam calling it "Manytoes".
  • Curtains Match the Window: Brown-hair with brown-eyes.
  • In-Universe Nickname: Mata named his giant centipede host "Manyleg".
  • Nice Guy: Mata comes off as this to Hockney, who hopes that the latter is able to find some friends outside the Floor of Death.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: His name is taken from the real-life Soccer player, Juan Mata.
  • Plucky Comic Relief: He provides the comedy amongst the Bam/Hockney/Mata group when they became a 3-man-team on the 43rd Floor.
  • Puppeteer Parasite: What Mata's power is as a parasite Regular. Using a control orb, Mata is able to take control of certain creatures, such as his current giant centipede host he nicknamed Manyleg.
  • Shout-Out: The Manyleg creature that Mata controls strikes a very similar appearance to Yammy Llargo from Bleach.

The Hidden Floor (Spoilers!)

    Data Regulars 
Once a Regular completes all the stages of the Hidden Floor, they are rewarded by being scanned by the Mirror at the End, creating a Living Memory that will be saved as data for posterity. This process has existed since the Great Warriors themselves climbed the Tower, so many famed warriors have had their data saved over the following millennia.

Data!Yu Hansung

Tower Position: Wave Controller

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The Jahad on the outside has turned his back on loyalty and justice and is ruling as King of the Tower. God will send a disciple to punish Jahad for that and he will bring change. I didn't make this up. It's fate tied together by Arlene!

A Living Memory of Yu Hansung, the Test Director of the 2nd Floor, who allies with Bam's group on the Hidden Floor.
  • Amnesiac Villain Joins the Heroes: He's a pseudo-variant as Hansung has no idea why the group has such a grudge against his real self.
  • Because Destiny Says So: Somehow Data!Hansung knows of Arlene's prophecy and uses it to convince Data!Eduan to train Bam against Jahad decades before Bam's group arrives.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Considering the role the real Hansung plays in blackmailing Bam into FUG, Data!Hansung initially receives a fair amount of mistrust/animosity.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Batis, his closest friend.
    Data!Hansung: Some people may call it fake, but the time I spent with you was precious Batis. Because among all of these countless data humans, you alone— felt like a true 'human being' to me.
  • Sheep in Sheep's Clothing: Data!Hansung secretive nature initially gives the impression that he is just as shifty as his counterpart. However, he shows himself to be a reliable ally who is attempting to free the Hidden Floor from the tyranny of Data!Jahad and the Big Breeders.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: The friendly and loyal Regular he is in the Hidden Floor is a far shout from the vindictive and manipulative Ranker he turns into.

Data!Khun Marco Asencio

Tower Position: Spear Bearer

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You had better focus. Because this spear is so fast that it’s hard to track with the naked eye.

A Living Memory of Khun Marco Ascensio saved on the Hidden Floor. Outside the Hidden Floor he leads a faction of the Khun Family and is a High Ranker with the Sobriquets “Flying Fish” and "Spear Master." One of the few Khun children acknowledged by Eduan, he lives with and serves his father.
  • Big Brother Worship: To Maschenny, who he greatly admires and gushes about to the degree it almost seems like a crush. Might just run in the Khun Family.
  • Bubblegum Popping: He's constantly shown chewing gum.
  • Blade on a Stick: He may well have the most prodigious spearsmanship in of the Khun children, considering his future Sobriquet. In his fight against Jeok, the big breeder notes that Ascensio's striking speed makes two spears seem like hundreds.
  • The Dutiful Son: Ascensio is greatly deferential to his father and follows Eduan's orders without question, although he has no problem gossiping behind his back.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: He's coldly professional to everyone but Maschenny.

Data!Khun Maschenny Jahad

Tower Position: Fisherman, Spear Bearer, Lightning User

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I thought of the moment when I was given power by the king on the outside. What could this endless power be? I wish that I could use my spear with you, even just once. But due to circumstances on the outside, I'm destined never to fight you, sir.

A Living Memory of Princess Maschenny saved on the Hidden Floor. One of the few Khun children acknowledged by Eduan, she lives with and serves her father.
  • Aloof Big Brother: Inverted, she seems slightly younger than Ascensio but the latter is very deferential towards her. Meanwhile, she has no problem giving him orders or calling him out when he struggles in combat.
  • Blood Knight: She's ecstatic at the opportunity to fight Jahad and never even considers throwing in the towel, even as he dwarfs her in power.
    Maschenny: [bleeding heavily] I'm not done enjoying this.
  • Distaff Counterpart: To her younger brother, another Cute Bruiser. While much stronger than Ran is currently, she shares his techniques, stoicism, and love of battle.
  • Little Miss Badass: She's probably the strongest non-Irregular on the Hidden Floor, but looks to be at most in her mid-teens.
  • Pintsized Powerhouse: She's fairly short with a slight build, but is a monster in a fight.
  • Shock and Awe: Like Ran, her Shinsu nature is lightning. She can even use the Redan technique.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: The Pollyanna she is not, but Data!Maschenny is much less arrogant and insulting that the real version. One can only assume a few millennia of worship has something to do with it.
  • Villain Respect: Jahad respects her determination, to the extent he seems to regret having to kill her.

Data!Jahad

Tower Position: Fisherman

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I am the one who will become the king. I am the one destined to rule the top of the tower. The first and greatest adventurer, with the red third eye on my forehead and a crimson cape wrapped around me. I am Jahad.

A Living Memory of the King of the Tower and a self-styled "adventurer" that rules most of the Hidden Floor. He was created after Jahad stored his image in the Mirror of the Past.
  • An Arm and a Leg: After Bam ignites the Thorn, he is able to successfully blow off Jahad's arm. Jahad's more concerned with the fact that Bam has finally become a Worthy Opponent.
  • Bold Explorer: For all his comments about his responsibility as king, it's clear that his greatest love is adventure. So much so that he helps Bam escape the Hidden Floor in the hopes that he will become a challenge to the Outside Jahad.
  • Competition Freak: Eduan describes him as an adrenaline junkie that would regularly risk his life for bets or competitions.
  • The Corruptible: According to Khun Eduan, Data!Jahad's drastic change in personality occurred after he was contacted by the real Jahad. In their discussions, the King of the Tower influenced his data self to embrace his ruthlessness and remake the Hidden Floor according to his own image. Most notably, Jahad convinced his data self to delete the data of all the Great Warriors in order to become The Unfettered. The change was so drastic that Data!Eduan still believes him to be an imposter, as there is no way his friend to engage in such cruelty. If only he knew.
  • Fashion-Victim Villain: Let's be honest, he looks more like a kid in a Halloween costume than a future God-King.
  • Future Me Scares Me: Although he has resigned himself to his destiny as the all-powerful King of the Tower, Data!Jahad can sense the dissatisfaction in his older self and dreads the fact that this is his future.
  • The Heavy: Although the real Jahad ends up being The Man Behind the Man, Data!Jahad is Bam's primary adversary on the Hidden Floor.
  • Lonely at the Top: Although nearly unchallenged in his domain, Data!Jahad had to destroy almost every one of his True Companions to consolidate his power.
    Data!Jahad: Do you know what it means to become a king? Becoming a king means erasing the people around you. Starting with the people who are the most distant and hostile towards you. Ultimately, you erase people who are closer to you. Then finally, when you have erased the person you love the most, you are alone in the world, and only the one who shines alone can become a king in the end.
  • Morph Weapon: Jahad's weapon Lecalicus is shown to have at least three separate modes.
    • Lecalicus: The first can release a giant, eel-like creature to fight alongside its owner.
    • Coelacanth: The second fires incredibly destructive Sword Beams with corresponding shockwaves.
    • Leviathan: The third channels red-colored electricity.
  • Team Killer: When Data!Jahad first received the mirror to the Hidden Hidden Floor, from the real Jahad, he encouraged the Great Warriors to make it their new home, allowing them to avoid the constant influx of Hell Train Regulars. All except for a suspicious Khun Eduan agreed. Eduan finally investigated the Hidden Hidden Floor, only to find that every one of his friends had been deleted.
  • Villain Respect: In their battle, despite, being overwhelmed by Jahad's power, Maschenny's refusal to stay down wins Jahad's respect. His appreciation for her courage and ability, especially when she successfully scores a grazing blow on his mask, initially causes Jahad to attempt to spare her. However, upon realizing that dying in a good fight is all she wants, Jahad instead decides to use his personal weapon Lecalicus to slay her, something he reserves for Worthy Opponents.
    Data!Jahad: I tried to let you live because I liked your courage... It was my mistake to try to end this gently, when you have braced yourself for death. I admit that. Come here. Let me kill you.

Data!Khun Eduan

Tower Position: Spear Bearer, Lightning User, Ice User

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Listen, fake. How about you and I make a bet? If you let them go, I’ll train that black-haired kid and make him strong enough to beat you in under a month…if you won’t accept that, there’s no way you could be Jahad’s data.

A Living Memory of Khun Eduan, patriarch of the Khun Family. He is the only remaining Great Warrior on the Hidden Floor. He lives with several of his acknowledged children.
  • An Ice Person: Eduan's first Shinsu quality, present in multiple of his children, including Aguero.
  • Captain Oblivious: He somehow doesn't realize Aguero is part of his family despite the Strong Family Resemblance.
  • Mentor Archetype: Eduan trains Bam over the course of a month to fight Data!Jahad. He also provides some guidance to Aguero, Rak, and Endorsi regarding their Shinsu properties.
  • Parental Favoritism: Data!Eduan only acknowledges three of his kids, Maschenny, Ascensio, and Icardi, due to their level of strength.
  • Pretender Diss: Data!Eduan repeatedly refers to Jahad as a fake after his betrayal of the Great Warriors. It's unclear if he really believes it or is just lampshading how far his former friend has fallen.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: He gives several to Data!Jahad and one to his son Aguero when the latter rejects the offer of training on the basis that he plans to become the head of the Khun Family through guile rather than strength.
    Data!Eduan: Hey, you crooked punk. I don’t know what happened between you and me on the outside and to be honest, I don’t really care, but I don’t think you’ll be able to beat me if you keep running away like this.
  • Shock and Awe: Data!Eduan's second Shinsu quality, present in multiple of his children, including Khun Ran and Maschenny.
  • Sole Survivor: He is the only remaining Living Memory of the future Family Heads after Jahad manipulated the others into being deleted.

The Last Station

    Lee Xiawun 

Lee Xiawun

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Ticketers who have entered the station, listen.... Our station will not accept you since you broke the laws of the Tower and illegally seized control of the Hell Train. Vacate immediately.

The Ruler of the Hell Train Last Station. After retiring as a Regular, he constructed the Last Station to provide those who successfully complete the Hell Train with a period of safety and comfort.
  • Career-Ending Injury: He lost his legs as a Regular, ending his climb.
  • Don't Make Me Destroy You: He genuinely doesn't want to harm the Regulars, but will in order to keep the Station safe from the Jahad Empire.
  • Les Collaborateurs: Xiawun is forced to ally with the Jahad Army, despite the Station formerly being neutral to Tower disputes.
  • The Needs of the Many: He is faced with a Sadistic Choice to either hand over the Regulars or have the Station invaded and destroyed.
    Stuah Arthur: You must be aware that, in the worst case scenario, we can just seal off the station and kill you all, right?
  • Utopia Justifies the Means: His primary goal is to provide a paradise for Regulars that complete the Hell Train, however he is forced to sacrifice some to save them all.

    Lee Soyong 

Lee Soyong

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Handing over the people on the Hell Train?! This station is supposed to be a haven for Regulars only! Even if they broke the rules, how can you do this?!

A former Regular who chose to quit climbing the Tower and works at the Last Station. The adoptive daughter of Xiawun, who took her in when she had nowhere to go.
  • Calling the Old Man Out: She calls out Xiawun for compromising on his ideals before acting against him in secret.
  • Determinator: Nothing will stop her from trying to keep the Last Station a place of refuge, including the entire Jahad Empire.
  • Happily Adopted: She was taken in by Xiawun in her time of need and loves him even if she disagrees with his decisions.
  • Honor Before Reason: While noble, the fact remains that a group of failed Regulars attempting to hold off the Rankers of the Jahad Army alone was never going to work. If not for Evankhell, Yuri, and the Slayers acting as a collective Spanner in the Works, they all would have been killed.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: Even after Xiawun removes her authority in the Last Station, she does everything she can to aid Bam and co.
    Lee Sowa 

Lee Sowa

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Keeping the station peaceful is our top priority! If those Regulars threaten our peace, we'll kill them right now!

Xiawun's adoptive son and Soyong's biological brother. After receiving the Jahad Empire's ultimatum he attempts to help arrest Bam's group.

    Levy 

The “Ever-Curious” Levy

Tower Position: Sorcerer

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Don't hesitate. All hesitation leads to is death.

A Regular in the Jahad Army used to infiltrate the Hell Train Last Station (which is closed to Rankers).
  • Brown Note: His ability casts a spell that kills those who answer a question that he asks in short order.
  • Enigmatic Minion: As evidenced by his Question Mark tattoos, Levy is quite mysterious. Most significantly, his motivation in remaining a Regular when all his peers proceeded up the Tower remains unknown.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: Levy quickly evacuates once he discovers Bam's Dispel Magic capabilities negate his spells. Later in the arc, he calls it quits when fighting Rak, due to the latter's newly discovered Dishing Out Dirt powers making a full-on fight too dangerous.
  • Limited Advancement Opportunities: He and many other members of the Jahad Army choose not to climb the Tower in order to allow the Army access to Regular-Only sections.
  • One to Million to One: One of his abilities, "Hair of an Ancient Saint," allows him to turn into a floating collection of hair strands, float to another location, then reassemble.
  • Power Tattoo: The question mark tattooed on Levy's face seems linked to his Brown Note abilities.


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