With all the characterizations involved, a Character Sheet was created for Trouble Witches.
Characters introduced in Episode 1Main characters
- Pril voiced by Nanami YuaAl voiced by Satsuki
Pril is a 12-year-oldnote witch-in-training as she is going through her apprenticeship of becoming a witch. She lives alone by the Hillvicott Forest and she sees her master everyday to study on her magic. She is easygoing, polite, and a hardworker, although is also somewhat dull and clumsy.
Pril's story starts off one day where she sees her master to continue her studies. However, her master wasn't home and she only found a talking cat named Al at her master's doorsteps with a message from her master. Pril's master stating he was too busy taking care of other things and wants Pril to stop Amalgam and her children from wrecking havoc at Eihemland as a final test of her apprenticeship in his absence. At the ending of their adventure, Pril's master never returned home, thus was never able to graduate from her apprenticeship, although Pril hinted that Al may be her master taking form a black cat.
Pril serves as the game's all-around character with a four-way spread shot while Al shoots a fireball in front of him.
Tropes relating to Pril:
- All Witches Have Cats: With Al the Blackcat (who's also her master taking form as a cat).
- Child Mage: A fairly young girl training to become a witch.
- Cute Witch: Her cuteness as a witch is certainly eye-catching.
- The Ditz: Pril's not always bright and sometimes her mind wonders off on random tangents.
- Fingerless Gloves: Wears a pair of red fingerless gloves.
- Flying Broomstick: Her Swallowtail.
- Goggles Do Nothing: It's around her hat, but it's just there for show.
- Hair Decorations: That HUGE bead fitted into her ponytail in Trouble Witches NEO!.
- Heroic Lineage: Pril's her mother, Arlia, once defeated the Draupnir long ago.
- Inept Mage: Pril starts out as an apprentice witch. And she's still an apprentice after saving Amalgam from the Draupnir's influence since her master hasn't returned yet.
- Innocent Blue Eyes: Her eye color represent her innocence and kind personality.
- Jill-of-All-Stats: Her stats say so.
- Magic Wand: Par for the course as a witch.
- Nice Girl: She's one of the nicer characters of the playable cast who's out trying to become a good witch like her mother.
- Nice Hat: And it even has Cool Shades!
- The Red Mage: Her use of magic includes Fire, Star, and Nature, according to her Tomboyish Witches profile.
- Rapunzel Hair: In Trouble Witches NEO!, her hair is doubled in length compared to her appearance in the original games, and it's even longer than her mom's hair!
- Simpleton Voice: In the English dub of Trouble Witches NEO!.
- Spread Shot: Her shot is a 4-way spread of bullets.
- Tareme Eyes: Has soft, rounded eyes to go with her cute looks.
Tropes relating to Al:
- Cats Are Magic: Al can shoot fireballs and appears to be a witch as well.
- Scarf Of Asskicking: Wears a long orange scarf and Al's capable of dealing some decent damage when not being used to put up a barrier.
- She's a Man in Japan: A strange variant; Al is obviously voiced by a female voice actor, but the translation of Trouble Witches NEO! still refers to him as a male. However, Origins, Al has been referred as a "she" throughout that game since Al is likely Lady Kabura, Arlia's and Amalgam's mentor.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Aru in the English dub.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Of warm milk. Pril connected the dots to this and her master's favorite drink.
- Unexplained Accent: Al has a Japanese accent in the dub for some reason.
- Aqua voiced by Rei AyukawaSpur voiced by Jun Kaidou
Aqua Seep Seal is a 17-year-oldnote genius and a famous pop-star idol of Tio Ferris, a magical land under the sea. She does have family relatives, but she lives alone with the family butler, Spurnote . She has a modest personality, although it is said that she has a darker side...
Lately her Idol Singer career has been in a rut and she needs to find a way to bring pop-idol status back to super-stardom. It was then she received one of the King of Eihemland's flyers, she seeks the opportunity to get back on top of the charts. With that, Aqua and Spur set out to stop Amalgam's children from causing trouble throughout the land... and make them a part of her new band.
Aqua can fires a five-way spread shot and excels in defense but lacks mobility and her MP Recovery is slower than others, while Spur shoots a penetrating shot.
Tropes relating to Aqua:
- An Ice Person: Aqua has some uses of ice magic, according to her Tomboyish Witches profile.
- Angrish: When Aqua's pissed off.
- Bare Your Midriff: Her stage outfit exposes a fair amount of her midriff.
- Berserk Button: Never talk shit about Aqua, or her outfit, or Idol Singer career. It won't end well for you...
- Beware the Nice Ones: Aqua might seem nice at a glance, but piss her off and it'll be the last thing you'll do.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Aqua's easily one of the angriest, meanest heroines of the game.
- Cute Monster Girl: She appears to be a humanoid mermaid/siren from an undersea country.
- Defeat Means Friendship: Invoked throughout her story as Aqua as recruitnote Amalgam's children to form her band to atone for the damages they caused.
- Ham-to-Ham Combat: Versus Lili.
- Hair Decorations: Wears a large bow and a very long ribbon on the side of her hair.
- Hot Witch: Easily one of the more sexier girls of the game with her somewhat revealing idol singer outfit and fairly large bust, with a temper to match.
- Magic Idol Singer: She's a magical mermaid singer who's also capable of using some water magic.
- Magic Wand: One that doubles as her microphone she sings to shoot projectiles.
- Making a Splash: One her elements is using water-based magical spells.
- Minor Insult Meltdown: This exchange with the Mail sisters is a good example of this.Wrinkle: "And you know what? You're kinda lame."
Meil: "Tee hee hee. LAAAAME."
Aqua: "What did you saaaay?! How dare you call the superstar witch LAME?!"
Spur: "Um... Lady Aqua, it is rather immature to snap like that on kids—"
Aqua: "I said that to the Draupnir! Don't expect any mercy just because they're kids!"
- Ms. Fanservice: See Hot Witch above.
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Implied every time someone presses her Berserk Button.
- Our Mermaids Are Different / Sirens Are Mermaids: She's an idol singer mermaid who's fully capable of breathing oxygen.
- Prongs of Poseidon: Rides on a trident as a Flying Broomstick.
- Rapunzel Hair: Her hair can easily reach the ground.
- The Smart Girl: Aqua's a surprisingly smart girl despite how easily angry she gets, especially when anything her singer career gets mocked.
- Spread Shot: Aqua's shot type.
- Stone Wall: Has a rather large barrier compare to some of the characters in the original game.
- Stripperiffic: Aqua's outfit consist of a strapped tube top, ruffled detached sleeves, a neckerchief with collar, a skirt, knee-high boots, and some ribbons.
- Tareme Eyes: Has rounded eyes to add to her idol singer appearance.
- Your Makeup Is Running: In Stage 4.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has long, light-blue/periwinkle hair.
Tropes relating to Spur:
- Battle Butler: He's a servant to Aqua and also capable of firing a piercing bullet or provide a barrier.
- Dub Name Change: Was localized as Spool C'kale in Trouble Witches NEO!.
- Fish People: A literal talking fish.
- Making a Splash: Shoots a fast, piercing water bullet when not being used to set-up a barrier.
- Servile Snarker: He spends most of the game snarking about Aqua, and even narrates her adventures in a bored semi-British voice, like an ocean documentary. She eventually confronts him about it, but given it's Aqua, Spur just denies saying anything.
- Yuki voiced by Yutaka SakaiMinutes voiced by Kanan
Yuki is a 12-year-old girlnote and a member of the Longate clan that guards a gateway to a mysterious castle up top of a floating island. She unfortunately grew up without her parents there to raise her. Her mother Angela passed on while she was little, and her father Sowah was a total workaholic to even pay any attention to Yuki. Because of this, she has become quite spoiled and selfish. She is also known to often take her frustration out on her "pig", Minutes, yet he doesn't mind being her personal chew toy.
After her father forgotten her birthday, she runs away from home and finds one of the King's flyers. She decides to use the opportunity to mock Amalgam's daughters.
Yuki shoots a triple-directional shot with quick movement but in weak defense while Minsk fires a spread shot.
Tropes relating to Yuki:
- Bare Your Midriff: Her tank top exposes her midriff somewhat.
- Blow You Away, Light 'em Up: According to her Tomboyish Witches profile, she uses wind and light-based magic.
- Child Mage: A fairly young girl who's capable of using magical spells.
- Cute Little Fangs: Can be seen if you look hard enough.
- Dub Name Change: To Valorie in Trouble Witches NEO!.
- Fashionable Asymmetry: Her top which has a sleeve stitched to her right side while the other has a thin strap that exposes her shoulder.
- Fiery Redhead: A red-haired girl with a serious attitude problem.
- Freudian Excuse: Throughout her story, she acts aggressive towards any that crosses her path in her journey because her workaholic father. The passing of her mother, Angela, doesn't help, either.
- Girlish Pigtails: Wears her hear in twin-tails.
- Hair Decorations: Has hair bobbles tied to her twin-tails that resembles Minutes.
- Rapunzel Hair: Has fairly long hair that could reach her ankles.
- Scarf Of Asskicking: With two huge rings around the ends of the scarf?
- Spoiled Brat: BIG TIME!
- Stocking Filler: Her shorts give this appeal with the attached thigh-highs.
- Tareme Eyes: Yuki has round eyes that emphasize her fairly young age.
- Troubled, but Cute: Despite how cute she may look, she had been spoiled rotten due to her neglectful father.
- Unexplained Accent: Yuki's English dubbed voice somehow has a British accent in Trouble Witches NEO!.
- What the Hell, Hero?: Yuki gets called out by Amalgam's family one by one because of her aggressive behavior and how she treats her partner Minsk.
- Who Wears Short Shorts?: Short enough to show of some of her thighs.
- Zettai Ryouiki: Grade-A thigh-highs that are part of her shorts.
Tropes relating to Minutes:
- The Chew Toy: As Yuki's personal punching-bag to vent her frustration.
- Shout-Out: According to Minutes' Tomboyish Witches profile, it is stated that "Attempts to create a human body with some comic book components failed".
- Spell My Name with an "S": Was localized as Minsk.
- Spread Shot: Fires a spread shot when not used to summon a barrier.
- Sies voiced by Nanami YuaThe Beast voiced by FROZEN
Sies and The Beast are a mid-stage boss for Stages 1, 3, and 5 of Trouble Witches Episode 1 who's also playable in the original PC game, the NESiCAxLive version of Trouble Witches AC and Trouble Witches Origin on Steam. Sies can use her umbrella to fire in a straight line while The Beast throws missiles that explodes on contact.
Tropes relating to Sies:
- Cute and Psycho
- Dub Name Change: In Trouble Witches NEO!, her English-given name is Chaz Shay Fabrique Petit Reve. Quite a mouthful, isn't?
- Demoted to Extra: She was playable in the original game, but never made so in Trouble Witches NEO!.
- The Bus Came Back: Returns though in the NESiCAxLive arcade version and the upcoming steam version.
- Hero Antagonist
- Little Miss Badass
- Parasol of Pain: And it doubles as a machine gun!
- Psychotic Smirk and Slasher Smile
- Purple Eyes
- Recurring Boss: Appears halfway into Stages 1, 3, and 5 as a mid-boss.
- Mirror Match: Sies can fight herself in the original PC game, the NESiCAxLive arcade version and the upcoming steam version.
- Scarf Of Asskicking
- Secret Character / Unlockable Content: Prior to the "Ver.2" update, she had to be unlocked by clearing the game.
- Tsurime Eyes
Tropes relating to The Beast:
- Symphony voiced by Yuria*Ponta voiced by Mona Fujimiya
A new character introduced in Trouble Witches AC, Symphony is cat fairy princess of fairies. Normally a kind, and down-to-earn girl, although she's also a scatter-brain and she's often sleepy.
One day after one of her naps, she wakes up to find her crown missing. She was convinced that Amalgam's daughters may have stolen it, knowing they are already causing trouble in Eihemland, and summons her servant Ponta to explain the situation. While preparing for pursue Amalgam's daughters, she pulls her crown — the very one she believed to be stolen — and sets off to reclaim it from them. Ponta, tries to tell her crown wasn't stolen, but it was no use for this scatter-brained princess.
Symphony fairly slow but has good defense. She fires linear shot while Ponta creates ultra-sonic waves around him.
Tropes relating to Symphony:
- Cats Are Magic
- Captain Oblivious: That crown she's looking for? Hint hint: it's on her head.
- Cat Girl
- Cat Smile: Naturally
- Cloudcuckoo Lander: She goes on an entire mission to search for her crown that's sitting on her head the entire time. She is actually a Big Good and All-Powerful Bystander watching and judging humanity while protecting them from Draupnir.
- Cool Crown: She's looking for it.note
- Cute Witch
- Dub Name Change: Originally Cynfi Porat in the original Japanese material.
- Everything's Better with Princesses: She's a cat-girl fairy princess.
- Girl In White
- Hair Decorations
- Older Than They Look: She's 314-years-old.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something
- Sleepy Head
- Staff of Authority: Acting as her Magic Wand.
- Tareme Eyes
- Technicolor Eyes
- Unusual Ears: Obviously.
- White Gloves
- Zettai Ryouiki
Tropes relating to Ponta:
- Louis voiced by Rio KisakaToras voiced by Kotetsu Arakawa
A poor 18-year-old Vegabound Witch who's down on her luck, as she suffers from being the current loan shark to her parent's hefty debt with her debt-collector Toras to follow her everywhere she goes. She has walked for days without end, and collapsed one the beach floor to Eihemland. It was then that she found one of the flyers being spread throughout the country and uses the opportunity to use the her wish to pay off her parent's debt. At the end of journey of getting her wish to pay off her parents' debt, she decided not to pay for it after forming a bond with Toras.
Louis is fairly quick with strong defense, but her damage output and MP Recovery are weak. She fires a linear shot while Toras can fire a stream of energy from his beak. They were also introduced into Episode 1 with Trouble Witches AC.
Tropes relating to Louis:
- Loan Shark: Her parent forced their hefty loan to their daughter, and it's played for laughs.
- Nice Hat: Although she rarely wears it.
- Paper Fan of Doom: Her Magic Wand.
- Proper Tights with a Skirt: Not exactly a Proper Lady, but has the skirt-pantyhose combo going on.
- She's Got Legs: Ditches the striped pantyhose in Origin with her legs shown bare in her artwork.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Louis in the original Japanese material, Louie in the English localization.
Tropes relating to Toras:
- Evil Debt Collector: Louis spends her whole life paying her late parents debt to him. And it's played for laughs.
- Fedora of Asskicking: Wearing a fedora and he's capable of firing a piercing stream of energy as his method of attack.
- Conon voiced by MamekoConon's Papa voiced by Kotetsu Arakawa
A young cleric from Tundora, she works for a congregation that no one ever visits while starving and freezing in the cold hollowed walls. It was then that she runs into a floating eyeball: One claiming to be her father turned into a monster. He wants to help his own daughter by restoring order by stopping Amalgam's daughters if she promises him to return him back to normal form with her magic afterwards. While Conon means well in doing good deeds, they way she goes about them more of a jerk than being helpful.
She excels in defense and offense while suffers from slow MP Recovery. Conon shots spiked maces in front of her that falls down to the bottom of the screen after hitting it's target while her father shoots bolts from his eye. They first debuted as unlockable characters in Trouble Witches AC.
Tropes relating to Conon:
- Bratty Half-Pint: She's incredibly condescending to everyone she comes across, and sports quite the Holier Than Thou attitude.
- Drop the Hammer: Her spiked mace.
- Dub Name Change: To Conan Mishke Krakov in the English localization of Trouble Witches NEO!.
- Epic Flail: Her shot-type.
- Name's the Same: In the English version of Trouble Witches NEO!, she is called Conan. Not to be confused with the big, burly guy played by Arnold Schwarzenegger.
- Spell Book: She rides one.
- Token Mini-Moe: Easily one of the youngest of the lot, being only 10-years-old alongside Ptheni.
- Unlockable Content: In both Trouble Witches AC and Trouble Witches NEO!.
- You Gotta Have Light-Blue Hair
Tropes relating to Conon's Papa:
- Lyla voiced by Mana OhsakiSasha voiced by Sachika Souno
Lyla is a princess of the dessert kingdom of Arctauras with an impeccable sixth sense. However, she has low self-esteem issues and doubts herself and her abilities to no end. She awakes one day to find out that the ring of the Draupnir has been stolen despite seeing it happen in her dream, and to make things worse for her, the ring was supposed to be delivered to the King under a warranty. Together with her servant Sasha, they both look throughout Eihemland for a hero a save the kingdom.
Lyla excels in speed, offense, defense, but has the worst MP Recovery. Lyla fires seven-way spread shot while Sasha spits bombs in front of her. Like Conon and her father, they are also introduced as unlockable characters in Trouble Witches AC.
Tropes relating to Lyla:
- Ambiguously Brown
- Bare Your Midriff
- Belly Dancer
- The Cynic
- Dark-Skinned Redhead
- Everything's Better with Princesses: She's a princess of the Arctauras kingdom.
- Fortune Teller
- Genre Blindness: She spends the whole game seeking a hero to defeat Amalgam right to when they meet face to face. It turns out her cynicism stems from some self-esteem issues, and it's played for laughs.
- Grumpy Bear
- Hot Witch
- Ms. Fanservice
- Nice Hat
- Perpetual Frowner: Although averted in some of her official (shown above) and promotional artworks. Her title shown on the character select screen is even "The Perpetual Pessimist".
- Rapunzel Hair
- Royals Who Actually Do Something
- Spell My Name with an "S": Raya Arcturus in the original Japanese material.
- Significant Green-Eyed Redhead
- Spread Shot
- Tareme Eyes
- What the Hell Is That Unexplained Accent?: In the English dub of NEO!, she seems to have a Japanese...ish accent.
- Unlockable Content: Just as Conon and her father.
Tropes relating to Sasha:
- Sakurako voiced by Mitsu SatouUruchi voiced by Kotetsu Arakawa
Sakurako is an astrologist from an Eastern Kingdom who has seen one too many of her fair share of Magical Girl anime series. She grew up so many of them to the point of wanting to becoming a Cute Witch like her favorite animes. Uruchi still insists that she works on being an astrologist like her family before her, but when a flyer from the Kingdom of Eihemland shows up, she takes the opportunity to stop Amalgam's daughter's like a magical girl from her favorite anime series and use her wish to become one.
Sakurako Kujo and Uruchi are two of four characters introduced into Trouble Witches NEO!. Sakurako excels in offense and has good defense though average everywhere else. She shoots beams from her sword while Uruchi breathes an arching stream of fire.
Tropes relating to Sakurako:
- Butt-Monkey: Most of the opponents she face have never seen a miko before, thinking she's a clown or ridiculing the way she looks or talks.
- Cute Witch: She already is one, but she wants to become a "magically" cute witch.
- Doujinshi: Sakurako makes doujinshi about herself and sells them off at an event every winter.
- Engrish: She's easily the game's biggest offender of this with her English voice-over. Strangely, despite that, her VA is one of the few in this game that put actual effort into their lines.
- Fanservice: During her ending, Chime made a magical staff for Sakurako that would transform her clothes à la Magical Girl fashion. She immediately tested it out before Chime can warn her about the "going nude" part of the clothing transform, which evidently happens as the small bits of clothing manages to cover any indecent exposure from the player's eyes.
- Hair Decorations: The flowers in her hair.
- Katanas Are Just Better: More-or-less her Magic Wand.
- Kotatsu: She has one at house and lies down under it while she watches her animes.
- Otaku: Of all things Magical Girl-related.
- Sword Beam: Her shot-type is basically this.
- Tareme Eyes
- Unexplained Accent: Noticing a pattern here? Like Al, she has a Japanese accent. However, since she is a miko from the game's Eastern kingdom, and is heavily into anime, the assumption could be made that she is speaking In-Universe Gratuitous English by a generous enough player.
- Wrong Genre Savvy: She is an "astrologist" who wants to be a magical girl like in her favorite anime series, and spouts a lot of anime, Magical Girl nonsense to every enemy she faces. She learns that her differences in upbringing and training means she will be loved and needed by the world just the way she is: An anime-esque Miko.
Tropes relating to Uruchi:
- Kill It with Fire: He breathes fire as his shot-type.
- Luca voiced by mi~aVictor voiced by Jun Kaidou
Luca is a devil princess and the heir to Hell's throne. She possesses incredible powers and an insatiable desire to marry the Draupnir. She was convinced that being killed off by him, he was showing signs of affection to her. Her grandfather, Victor, helps his granddaughter find her fiance so they can be happily wed. Afterwards, she plans on getting revenge on humans for imprisoning her. Unfortunately for Luca, it turns that the Draupnir's "signs of affection" were meant to keep her away from the throne so that he may claim it as his own. While things turned out horrible for her, she found a much kinder fiance: Amalgam's only son, Malcem.
Luca and Victor are the other characters introduced in Trouble Witches NEO! as downloadable content. Luca outmatches all others before her with nearly maxed out stats in all areas and double MP compared to the other characters. She can fire a wide spread shot or a linear shot when using her grandfather to create a Magic Barrier. Victor on the other hand hurls bricks at random arcs.
Tropes relating to Luca:
- Animal-Eared Headband: Wears a hairband with bat-like ears.
- Expressive Accessory: The ears on her hairband also act on her mood.
- Bat Out of Hell: Her bat form is seen when she takes a bullet.
- Captain Oblivious: She spends the entire game chasing her betrothed fiance, oblivious to the fact that he does not like her. He even killed her, and she shrugs it off after recovering as a show of affection.Draupnir: "I THOUGHT YOU'D GET THE MESSAGE WHEN I KILLED YOU."
Luca: "But a knife through the heart is the most sincere declaration of love amongst demons~!"
- Cute Monster Girl: She's a humanoid demon girl.
- Downloadable Content: She can be purchased and downloaded in Trouble Witches NEO! for $2, or at least she was available before the game and her DLC was delisted from Xbox LIVE Arcade.
- Earn Your Happy Ending: After getting her heart stepped on by the Draupnir (through Malcem), Luca decided to make Malcem her new fiance due to his kindness.
- Elegant Gothic Lolita: Wears a bat-themed, strapless Gothic lolita dress with detached sleeves and frills, high-heeled boots with bat wings on the front, a hairband with bat-like ears, and a bow on the back of her head and one on her tail.
- Everything's Better with Princesses: And a devil princess and the heir to Hell's throne at that.
- Lethal Chef: During her ending, Luca was in the making a meal fit for a devil for Malcem. She ends up destroying some of Amalgam's kitchenwares in the process.
- Lightning Bruiser: Easily one of the most powerful characters of Trouble Witches NEO! thanks to her high stats across all areas, being able to cast a large barrier than most characters, quick mobility, high damage output, and has almost double the amount MP than most characters start with.
- Nice Hat: One of her artworks feature her wearing her grandfather's hat.
- Magic Staff: Also doubling as a Staff of Authority since she's a princess.
- Meido: Dressed as one in her ending while working in Amalgam's kitchen.
- Older Than They Look: She's 100,013-years-old despite not looking a day over 12! She easily puts Yukari Yakumo to shame!
- Our Demons Are Different: To the point of entering Our Vampires Are Different territory.
- Pointy Ears: Her actual ears, given that she's a devil girl.
- Rapunzel Hair: Her hair can reach her knees.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: Although she's a princess, instead of laying around waiting for her beloved Draupnir to come to her, she flies across Eihemland and snatches the ring fragments off Amalgam and her children to summon him so they can be wed.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Rucka Iurievna Vinocour in the original Japanese material.
- Spread Shot: Her basic shot type until she deploys her Magic Barrier, which turns into a focused linear shot.
- Stalker with a Crush: She had a crush a Draupnir for a very long time and obsessively followed him to gain his affection. Draupnir however did not care for her and his attempts of killing her only made her more attached to him until she finally got the hint.
- Tsundere: Irritable to almost everyone she runs into, spoony when it comes to the Draupnir.
- Tsurime Eyes: Has sharp eyes to go with her wickedness.
- Villain Protagonist: After marrying the Draupnir, she intents to get revenge on the humans who banished her. That didn't became the case though.
- Winged Humanoid: She has a pair of bat-like wings despite being a demon.
- You Gotta Have Beige Hair: Although in some of her earlier sketches and other artworks, Luca is seen with lavender hair.
Tropes relating to Victor:
- Badass Beard / Beard of Evil: As seen here◊ in his humanoid state.
- Bat Out of Hell: Seen throughout the game as one.
- Cute Little Fangs: In bat form.
- Funny Animal: Take form of a comically large bat throughout the game.
- Kozakura voiced by syoubeeAzuki voiced by Rio Kisaka
Tropes relating to Kozakura:
Tropes relating to Azuki:
- Yoko voiced by syoubeeMicheal voiced by JUNCA AMAOTO
- Pero Pero voiced by Maria AyanaElectra voiced by JUNCA AMAOTO
- Chime voiced by Rio Kisaka
Chime Brown is the boss of Stage 1 and Amalgam's third daughter. She's a 14-year-old girl who's an is an energetic and strong-willed, although she's short-tempered and not very bright, despite her mechanical skills. She hi-hacks a train heading into the capital of Eihemland and cause trouble for the people on board. To fool the on-lookers outside of the train, she puts on a disguise to fool them, although it doesn't work for our heroines...
Tropes relating to Chime:
- Animal Motifs: Of cats.
- Attack Its Weakpoint
- Big "NO!": Does this twice in a row after losing to Aqua. She also invokes this during the Arcade Mode.
- Curtains Match the Window
- Cute Kitten: Her hat, transformation rune, and Jillpeale. Jillpeale even fire cute kitten paw-prints at you.
- Cute Little Fang
- Dub Name Change: To Bella Chimes in Trouble Witches NEO!'s localization.
- Expressive Accessory: Her hat.
- Evil Genius: Subverted.
- The Engineer: Although despite her mechanical skills, she isn't exactly bright.
- Genki Girl
- Hime Cut: She has the hair-style but obviously lacks the traits that comes with it.
- Noblewoman's Laugh: Noble? No. The laughter? Very much so.
- Nice Hat: And its alive.
- Meganekko: When in her conductor's disguise.
- Paper-Thin Disguise: She posed as a hostage train conductor of an alleged "train-jacker" although she didn't do so well in hiding that she's the actually train-jacker to some of the heroines.
- This is cut entirely from Trouble Witches NEO!, although she still acts as a hostage.
- Purple Eyes
- Tsurime Eyes
- Warm-Up Boss
- Wave Motion Gun: Jillpeale fires one hidden in it's core.
- Wrench Wench
- You Gotta Have Purple Hair
- Zettai Ryouiki
- Wrinkle voiced by Sachika SounoMeil voiced by Junca Amaoto (in Trouble Witches NEO!)
Wrinkle and Meil Mail are the bosses of Stage 2 and are respectively Amalgam's fourth and fifth daughters. Both of these girls are identical twins around 8-years-old, and both of them have the ability of manipulating plants, and they don't have much of a sense of right-and-wrong. They use their powers to mess around in a forest for fun.
Tropes relating to Wrinkle and Meil:
- Always Identical Twins
- Bratty Half-Pints
- Cheerful Children
- Cute Witches
- Dual Boss: You fight both of them at the same time.
- Dub Name Change: In Trouble Witches NEO!, they are called Celeste and Venus Borialis. When introducing each other, though, they refer to each other as Twinkle and Star.
- Granted, Twinkle and Star could be nicknames they gave to themselves.
- Fingerless Opera Gloves
- Green Thumb and Petal Power
- Hair Decorations
- Mage Children
- Magic Staff
- Multicolored Hair: They have blond hair yet around their foreheads it's in a coral-like color.
- Token Mini-Moe
- What The Hellis That Accent: In regards to Meil's accent in NEO!'s English dub, the answer to that question is, "Yes."
- Snowberry voiced by Sachika Souno
The boss of Stage 3 and Amalgam's second daughter. A 16-year-old girl who hates the cold and doesn't like to take action but she tries to meet her mother's expectations. She personally enjoys tangerines, her kotatsu, and whale stew. She even offers whale stew to her guests, if she gets any.
Tropes relating to Snowberry:
- An Ice Person: Averted example as it turns out, she hates the cold.
- Blue Oni: To Lili's red.
- Dub Name Change: She was localized as Blizzard Zapfen.
- Dull Surprise: Though present throughout the dub of NEO!, Snowberry here is the worst with it.
- Earmuffs Equal Isolation: A mixed example; while she doesn't go out due to the extreme cold, she's rather hospitable to her guests.
- Hidden Eyes: Only seen in the original game though.
- Icy Blue Eyes
- Kotatsu: Spends most of her time under one to keep warm.
- Lethal Chef: Revealed to be this in Lyla's story.
- Live Mink Coat: Her familiar is wrapped around her neck to provide her warmth.
- Magic Staff
- Nice Girl: Compared to her other sisters in her family, she qualifies as one.
- Pretty in Mink: She wears a cape trimmed with white fur, matching earmuffs, and puffballs on her boots.
- Token Wholesome: Contrasted to her sister, Lili, and her mother. Justified that she lives in the cold.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Tangerines.
- Tsurime Eyes
- You Gotta Have Lavender Hair
- Lili voiced by Rio Kisaka
A fiery witch serving as Stage 4's boss and Amalgam's first daughter. She's 18-years old, known to have a hot-temper (pun not intended), high in sex appeal, and can be a sore loser. Lili also does have a sense of responsibility and protecting her family. She acts as the guard to the gateway to Necrophantasm.
Tropes relating to Lili:
- Beauty Mark: Under the left side of her lower lip.
- Buxom Is Better: In Luca's story, she brags about how the Draupnir would like her more for her breasts.
- Dub Name Change: To Lilly Solemn in the English localization. Again, you may have noticed a pattern.
- Familiar: Has one, in the original games. Maybe that's why she has a bigger staff in Trouble Witches NEO!.
- Fiery Redhead: Almost literally. She is the boss of the Lethal Lava Land stage, after all.
- Hair Decorations: A bow and a medallion.
- Hot Witch: Both literally and figuratively speaking.
- Hotter and Sexier: She's showing off more legs in Trouble Witches NEO! than she did in the original games.
- Large Ham: In the English dub of Trouble Witches NEO!. Think William Shatner if he was constantly pissed off. And a girl.
- Ham-to-Ham Combat: Versus Aqua Seep Seal.
- Ms. Fanservice: Large bust, midriff-bearing outfit, long, exposed legs: what do you think the character designer was going for?
- Politically Incorrect Villain: She mocks every hero for having a "thin figure".
- Red Oni: To Snowberry's blue.
- Showgirl Skirt: In Trouble Witches NEO!; her skirt was not as revealing in the original game.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Her favorite food is curry.
- Malcem voiced by DARKY
Amalgam's only son and the boss of Stage 5. He's a 13-year-old boy currently suffering form a curse that has made him weak and frail since birth due to his mother bearing the curse. Malcem has a kind, caring personality, largely due to his siblings being girls and he can understands the pain of others. However, with the shard of the Draupnir's ring, he becomes a much sinister person. The reason why he has a shard of the ring in the first place was to help fight off his curse.
Tropes relating to Malcem:
- Badass Baritone: See Evil Sounds Deep below.
- Bare Your Midriff: Just a sliver.
- Bishōnen: In training.
- Cry Cute: Usually after his defeat.
- Dub Name Change Was localized as Malcolm Korajus in Trouble Witches NEO!.
- Dude Looks Like a Lady: Very much so if you have his Japanese voice-over setting on.
- Evil Sounds Deep and Power Makes Your Voice Deep: With his Japanese voice, he sounds quite gentle and frail as normally would, but when loses it from the ring's shard, his tone becomes very sinister.
- Idiot Hair: Subverted since he's clearly not an idiot.
- Ill Boy
- Nice Boy: Before he sucombing to his evil side. His kindness also won Luca's heart in her story.
- The Scream: In some stories, he lets out a bloodcurdling shriek before Draupnir takes over.
- Smug Super: His evil side.
- Split Personality: Due to the Drauphnir's influence.
- Superpowered Evil Side: You fight it every time you face him.
- Tareme Eyes: Then shifts to the opposite when he loses it.
- Tenor Boy: His normal speaking voice.
- Amalgam voiced by Syoobee
Amalgam Kallous is game's titular villian who let's her daughters, each bearing a shard of the Draupnir's ring, and start all sorts of mayhem all throughout Eihemland. By using the Draupnir's power, her family will bring chaos to the entire country. Although her intentions of using the ring were never outright malicious from the get-go. When Amalgam was inflicted with a curse, it was passed on to her son Malcem since birth, and it has made him weak and frail. She did all she could as she waited for Arlia, Pril's mother and a close friend of hers, to come back with a cure to break the curse. She eventually lost hope and fell into despair as she waited for Arlia, which led to her use the Draupnir's power to save her sickly son.
Tropes relating to Amalgam:
- Casting a Shadow: Under the Draupnir's influence.
- Dub Name Change: Amalgam Kallous in the original Japanese material, localized as Amalgam Carries in Trouble Witches NEO!, although the game sometimes misspells her first name as Almagam.
- Instant Runes: Most of her attacks comes out of them.
- Mark of the Beast: Part of the demonic possession. They go away when she regains sanity.
- Meido: In Sakurako's ending, Chrime revealed that Amalgam is working as maid at the King's castle to make up for damages she (unintentionally) caused.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Mom: While noble of you to help out your sickly son, you and your kids brought chaos to Eihemland. Thanks a lot.
- Ms. Fanservice: Did we mention Amalgam is a hot mom?
- Must Make Amends: After snaping back to normal, see vows to do this. In Sakurako's ending, she's already doing that as a maid.
- Purple Eyes
- She's Got Legs
- Supernatural Is Purple
- Thicker Than Water: Again, she has six kids.
- Tsurime Eyes
- You Gotta Have Purple Hair
- The Draupnir voiced by Jun Kaidou
A much-feared and powerful demon who was sealed away in a ring by Arlia, Pril's mother. However, said ring was stolen by Amalgam, and he uses her and her family to spread chaos all throughout Eihemland. Amalgam only intended to use the ring's power to save her son from her curse until Arlia returned with a cure; she never wanted this happen.
Tropes relating to the Draupnir:
- Attack Drone: When turning red.
- Big Bad
- Beam Spam: His second form.
- Breath Weapon: One of his first form's attacks.
- Demonic Possession: Of Amalgam's entire family.
- Eye Beams
- The Devil Behind the Family
- Final Boss
- Frickin' Laser Beams
- Instant Runes: Like Amalgam, his attacks comes out of them.
- Sealed Evil in a Can
- Sequential Boss: He has three forms, each worse than the last.
- Ptheni voiced by SatsukiPelu voiced by Nanami Yua
The Pumpkin Sisters Pleu and Ptheni are pumpkin elves that fly through the skies of Eihemland to supply the player with various power-ups in their house. Ptheni is the youngest of the two, being 10-years-old (in human years), and mostly minds the shop while Pleu is away. A rather nervous girl around strangers, but she's friendly when she gets to known somebody.
Pleu on the other hand is the oldest being 16-years-old (in human years) and the one in charge of the store. Somewhat selfish, but open-minded and she's always there for her little sister, especially if she ends up attracts the wrong crowd.
Tropes relating to the Pumpkin Sisters:
- Ambiguously Brown: Pleu.
- Arms Dealers: They sell powerful spell cards the player can use to even the odds and boost score.
- Bare Your Midriff: A sliver of midriff with Ptheni, even moreso with Pleu.
- Comical Overreacting: When Pleu kicks you out.
- Cool Big Sis: Pleu is one to Ptheni, she'll even protect her from people poking her in wrong places at the store.
- Cute Little Fangs: Pleu has them.
- Dark-Skinned Blonde: Pleu.
- Dub Name Change: Ptheni and Pleu in the original Japanese material, Autumn and Jules respectively in the Trouble Witches NEO!.
- Expressive Accessory: Their hats.
- Getting Crap Past the Radar: In the original PC game, players can used their wands to "poke" whoever is at the counter in the Pumpkin Girls' Shop, that includes touching them on their chest. Although if players poke them too much, they will be personally kicked out of the store by Pleu and the shop won't arrive next time in the stage.
- Despite disabling the players from touching the girls on their chest area in Trouble Witches NEO!, they can always molest them on their "Pumpkin" or their ears.
- Greed: Pleu.
- Nice Hat: Both of them.
- Older Than They Look
- Pointy Ears: Given that they're elves.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: Pleu's red, Ptheni's blue.
- She's Got Legs: Pleu.
- Shrinking Violet: Ptheni.
- Tareme Eyes: Ptheni has then to match her cute and shy demeanor.
- Token Mini-Moe: Ptheni.
- Unexplained Accent: Yeah, Ptheni's got the whole Japanese accent thing going on in the English dub of Trouble Witches NEO! too. Shocking, we know.
Tropes relating to Arlia:
- Badass Family: Arlia vanquished the Draupnir once before by herself, and so did her daughter later.
- Fingerless Gloves: She wears fingerless gloves similarly to her daughter.
- Goggles Do Nothing: Like mother, like daughter.
- Hair Decorations: The two beads at the ends of her hair.
- The Unseen: In Trouble Witches NEO!. There's a few sketches and an artwork that depict her appearance though.
Tropes relating to Sowah:
- Workaholic: He spends more time at his work than spending time with his only daughter.
- Non-Player Character
- Parental Neglect: See above.
- Where Did He Go Wrong?: Not being a proper father figure to his spoiled brat of a daughter.