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Characters from the fifth round of Trustfell.

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Albert Wesker

Undying

"I always come back..."

The victim of Week 5 (Case 5).


  • Badass Longcoat: He originally thinks his outfit looks stupid, but he decides to own it around Week 3.
  • The Cynic: Doesn't seem to have an ideal view of much of anything.
  • Hell-Bent for Leather: Which makes some of the Patients start to suspect things about him...
  • Identical Stranger: Krauser assumes that he's this to his own universe's Wesker.
  • Sinister Shades: They hide his zombie eyes.
  • Sunglasses at Night: Wesker is always depicted with them, even though the story takes place indoors.
  • Zombie Infectee: A one-in-ten-million case who isn't Secretly Dying. Once he's killed, his corpse reanimates and Krauser has to re-kill him.

Arietta the Wild

Beholden

"You should have the right to get vengeance!"

The culprit of Week 1 (Case 1).


  • Church Militant: Arietta fights in service to the church in her world.
  • Lonely Doll Girl: She carries a weird doll with her and clings to it once it comes out of the vending machine.
  • The Magnificent: What "the Wild" is in her name.
  • Older Than They Look: Yes, she's sixteen. Not six. Seriously.
  • Raised by Wolves: She views a pack of ligers as her family and wants revenge for their deaths.
  • Revenge: Arietta's main motivation. She's also surprised and unsure when people who would have a good reason aren't after revenge.
  • Wild Child: Arietta was raised by monsters and is uncomfortable with society functions.

Asgore Dreemurr

Inspiring

"Maybe that is foolish, but it seems more foolish still to give up hope."

Made it to the survivor pool.


  • Adorkable: He may be regal, but he's also very kind and gets excited about little things.
  • The Ageless: He's very Long-Lived and hasn't aged since his son died.
  • Anti-Villain: Despite George's misgivings, some of which are proven true, Asgore never wanted to Kill All Humans, he just said he would in his grief and had to go through with trying for the sake of his people. He makes survivor pool because he can't even think of hurting them.
  • Good Parents: His children are gone, but when they were alive, he was kind to them, and he still thinks about them constantly.
  • Large and in Charge: A towering monster king.
  • Living Lie Detector: Asgore can tell when someone's lying, which he demonstrates in the third trial. Which is actually a lie, a ruse by Rin to draw out the culprit.
  • Spot of Tea: Asgore's favourite drink is tea, which he likes to share with the others.
  • Would Hurt a Child: He's been very reluctant, but he still killed human children and intended to do it again, for the sake of his people.

Corrin

Sororal

"I just wish there was some way I could resolve it without having to resort to fighting."

One of the victims of Week 6 (Case 6).


  • Abusive Parents: Her father locked her up for pretty much her entire life and used her as a political pawn, and she freely admits that he's only her father in the first place because he kidnapped her.
  • Child of Two Worlds: Due to being stolen from one country and taken to another. This is underlined by how Felicia's from a different route than Corrin is.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: Corrin goes around without shoes because of this, even though the floors are badly damaged and it risks her health.
  • The Ingenue: Sheltered, good-hearted, and thinks that bonds will fix everything.
  • Royalty Superpower: Hers is being part dragon, apparently.
  • Sheltered Aristocrat: More than most — she was actually locked away in a tower.
  • Unusual Ears: Corrin has pointed ears, leading Pizzazz to call her an elf.

Damon Gant

Eccentric

"I wish things had all gone a bit more swimmingly, haha..."

The culprit of Week 3 (Case 3).


  • Manchild: He acts immature and puts fun before sense, but sometimes he hints at Hidden Depths.
  • The Nicknamer: Gant makes silly nicknames out of everyone's first or last names.
  • Skewed Priorities: Just been kidnapped? Start talking about how you should go swimming once the weather clears up.

Daniel Dickens

Beguiled

"I'll continue to do my best to take care of you all despite these trying times."

The culprit of Week 7 (Case 7).


  • Alliterative Name: As QQ says, "that's a lot of D's."
  • The Coroner: Danny examines most of the bodies with his medical knowledge.
  • Deadly Doctor: Considering that this is a murdergame, he was brought in with the chance that he'd be this. That's not just out-of-universe reasoning, either; the Risen selected him to be their killswitch.
  • Dissonant Serenity: Smiles even when everyone's getting upset, until Kougami dies, anyway.
  • Exotic Eye Designs: The false eye Danny wears in his trial, which has pupula duplex.
  • Mad Doctor: If the creepy eye fetish wasn't enough of a clue, the torture he puts Osomatsu through and the additional damage to his body once he's dead should be.
  • Mismatched Eyes: His renewable regain is false eyes, which he can swap out with his fake one, in all different colours.

Doug

Diligent

"What, you seriously want me to drop the pants too? C'mon, dude."

The culprit of Week 2 (Case 2).


Felicia

Unwavering

"I'm not exactly good at a lot of things..."

The victim of Week 1 (Case 1).


  • Battle Butler: She could very easily defend herself, and do it better than her maid work. She just doesn't because she wants to live a peaceful life.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: Constantly tripping and dropping plates.
  • Icy Blue Eyes: Because Felicia's got ice powers, naturally, even if they're dampened in here.
  • Meido: A cute servant in a stereotypical maid outfit. Rin assumes that her employer has a thing for maids.
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie: Pink-haired and never wants to hurt anyone, and she didn't even fight back when Arietta killed her, though she very much could have.
  • Undying Loyalty: Felicia is completely devoted to Corrin, the princess she serves.
  • Wouldn't Hurt a Child: Which inevitably leads to her death when Arietta attacks her.

George Ace

Confident

"Everyone has a breaking point. You've demonstrated as much ever-so-nicely."

Made it to the survivor pool.


  • Animal Motifs: George is associated with ducks. Naturally, his organization is also called D.U.C.K..
  • Fail O'Suckyname: His real name, which is why he changed it.
  • Fantastic Racism: George treats all nonhumans with suspicion and believes they're a danger to his people.
  • In Touch with His Feminine Side: A man who dresses flamboyantly and wears lipstick and jewelry.
  • Reckless Pacifist: Many of the others cast his initial refusal to vote as this, since they need a majority to live and voting is mandatory.
  • Sunglasses at Night: Wears shades 24/7 indoors. He takes them off after Wesker's trial to show that, unlike Wesker, he isn't hiding messed-up zombie eyes.

Grace Makutsi

Systematic

"Violence in a hospital? Even an asylum?"

The victim of Week 2 (Case 2).


  • Good Old Ways: Extremely proper and likes "traditional values."
  • Nerd Glasses: An uptight, organized glasses-wearer.
  • Private Detective: She works with them, which makes her an asset to the group early on and puts a target on her head.
  • Sassy Secretary: Grace is done with most things and isn't afraid to say so.
  • Spot of Tea: Likes normal tea, not bush tea, as she says.

Greed

Authentic

"Oh, believe me, souls are very, very real. "

Made it to the survivor pool.


  • The Bartender: Though he doesn't remember being one at first.
  • Greed: It's his name. He tries to live up to it at first, saying that all he wants is everything for himself. Later, he says that his name was chosen for him and he's not interested in being what he was made to be, but wants to be himself.
  • Long-Lived: He's over 300 years old.
  • The Power of Friendship: While he's a villain from a shounen anime, he believes in this, and says so during Old Sakura's MTB when she questions if bonds mean anything.
  • Secretly Dying: While Greed looks like he's wasting away from the beginning, he only admits it late in the game.
  • Villains Never Lie: Say this about him, he's very upfront with his intentions.

H.P. Lovecraft

Unfettered

"The very idea of wanting to remember me... I am someth— someone that most would be better off forgetting."

Made it to the survivor pool.


  • Cloudcuckoolander: Some of the stuff Lovecraft says is pretty out there.
  • Eldritch Abomination: It's implied that he has the ability to summon these, until it's revealed that, actually, he is one himself.
  • Evil Wears Black: Though he makes survivor pool, so even if he's a villain in canon, he loosens up here.
  • Lovecraftian Superpower: You think? It's nullified in here, though, which is good, since it's implied that his real form wouldn't fit into the hospital anyway.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Apparently, he doesn't do anything special to his waist-length hair, or even use conditioner. Rin rates him as having the best hair out of everyone in the hospital.
  • Sweet Tooth: Lovecraft has a weakness for any type of dessert.

Jack Krauser

Mercenary

"I don't know if he's a clone or if this one was a clone or what, but clones were probably involved somehow."

One of the culprits of Week 5 (Case 5).


Madison Montgomery

Ostentatious

"I'm only impatient because you're all idiots who can't do basic fucking thinking!"

One of the culprits of Week 6 (Case 6).


  • Alliterative Name: Two M's.
  • Bigger Is Better in Bed: Her profile shows that she thinks so.
  • Camera Fiend: Films and photographs people on her phone in hopes that she can create some viral videos when they get Internet.
  • Gorgeous Gaijin: From Nozomi's perspective; she goes on about Madison's "great western ass."
  • It's All About Me: Everything she does is for her own benefit, including killing two people on bloodbath week.

McGillis Fareed

Composed

"No, I'm certain that an underwear collection isn't amongst any of my possessions, even with the revelation that we have all seemed to have suffered some sort of amnesia. Truly."

One of the victims of Week 6 (Case 6).


Mikoto Suoh

Reserved

"Since I've asked everyone else up to this point—- did you kill him?"

Made it to the survivor pool.


  • Lazy Bum: If there's something to be done, Mikoto will search for a way to make someone else do it.
  • Reluctant Ruler: He may be a king, but he's visibly uncomfortable with the idea.
  • Royalty Superpower: When Old Sakura tells him that he talks like a superhuman, Mikoto says that's probably because he's a king, indicating that the two things are related.
  • The Unfettered: When he's motivated, don't get in his way or you'll get burned.

Nachetanya Loei Piena Augustra

Assertive

"It won't be fear. It will be compassion."

The culprit of Week 4 (Case 4).


  • Absolute Cleavage: The armour she fights in. It helps with distraction, apparently.
  • Ambiguous Innocence: Honestly appears to think that her love is genuine even as she plots to kill her girlfriend.
  • Ambition Is Evil: Nachetanya always talks about how ambition is important to her. She's just a little... single-minded and ruthless about it.
  • Animal-Eared Headband: Wears and constantly regains bunny headbands.
  • Knight Templar: She wants to kill five hundred thousand people and brainwash the rest to create a peaceful utopia.
  • Little Bit Beastly: She appears to be this, but actually, the bunny ears turn out to be just a costume.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Nachetanya wears skimpy outfits and the narration emphasizes her looks.
  • Overly Long Name: Some people can't even remember or pronounce the first name, much less the rest.
  • Pure Is Not Good: Just look at this entry. A "saint" and a princess who wears white, seems innocent, and wants to spread love and compassion around the world. By force. With a huge projected death toll.

Nozomi Kaminashi

Assiduous

"It's... Well, it's not really okay, no. Not at all, actually. This really sucks, doesn't it?"

One of the culprits of Week 5 (Case 5).


  • Charles Atlas Superpower: Dedicated training has made her Keijo moves pretty much superhuman. Which is how she manages to kill Wesker in self-defence. Yes, with her butt.
  • Determinator: Nozomi doesn't want to give up on survival even when death is staring her and the rest of the hospital in the face. It's what moves her to try and defend herself in the trial for Wesker's murder, even though she was slowly dying anyway.
  • Genki Girl: Happy, silly, and always has something to cheer the others with.
  • Hair Antennae: Has double ahoge, and she's a bit of a ditz, fittingly.
  • Money Fetish: Because her dream is to support her family, her athletic career has always had her choose money over glory. Gant's dead renewable regain is money, which overjoys her.
  • Passionate Sports Girl: Even if her sport is a little... strange.
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: Others call her this for going around in the nurse outfits proudly and happily pursuing a career in a sport made for titillation.
  • Victoria's Secret Compartment: Nozomi stores stuff in her bra. It impedes the pocket check in her trial.

Osomatsu Matsuno

Fraternal

"I guess people are just waiting to pick me off 'cause I'm the weakest."

The victim of Week 7 (Case 7).


  • Cannot Talk to Women: He gets very nervous when he's pushed to talk to Corrin about their matching titles and promptly screws it up.
  • Cool Big Bro: Osomatsu wants to be seen as this. Even though he's kind of a jerk, he does still care about his brothers, and one of them is held hostage during the "other hospital" motive.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Dark brown hair and eyes, making him look ordinary among the Patients, which emphasizes how he feels out of his league and afraid he's an easy target.
  • The Gambler: Pachinko is a hobby listed on his profile and one of his regains is a ticket to go bet on horse races.
  • Lazy Bum: Doesn't actually want to stop being a NEET, because he'd rather just laze around.
  • Money Fetish: Obsessed with money, probably because he doesn't have steady income at home.
  • NEET: Listed as his occupation (or lack thereof).
  • Token Human: While Osomatsu isn't the only normal person around, he's one of the few, and he doesn't see anything special about him. He became a mole because he feared that this made him an easy target.

Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor

Hardcore

"Family is whoever the hell you choose it to be. No one has the right to try to make you feel like shit over that choice."

Made it to the survivor pool.


  • The Bartender: Once she finds the hospital's bar, she takes ownership of it and names it after herself.
  • Delinquent Hair: Usually spiked up, always dyed bright green.
  • Do Not Call Me "Paul": Will only answer to "Pizzazz."
  • Exotic Eye Designs: Her eyes are green on the outside, yellow on the inside.
  • Informed Judaism: Pizzazz mentions it offhand early in the game.
  • Lonely at the Top: Specifically tries to avoid this by caring about her friends. Late in the game, Pizzazz says that just because she's a celebrity doesn't mean she wants to be alone and that even solo acts have producers.
  • Lonely Rich Kid: She was this as a child, and it led to her trying to strike out on her own and having trust issues.
  • Stage Name: "Pizzazz" is this.
  • Trademark Favourite Food: Curly fries.

QQ Selezneva

Exploratory

"A little beyond the comprehension of a normal village girl like QQ."

Made it to the survivor pool.


Rin Tohsaka

Courageous

"I'm still a girl, aren't I? Don't call me unfeminine."

One of the victims of Week 6 (Case 6).


  • Aloof Big Sister: Rin acts like a stranger to Sakura because they're expected to be like this and she wants to protect her. Slowly, this starts to chip away, and Rin even tells some of her secrets to the others to try and keep Sakura safe.
  • Born Winner: Sakura comments that Rin has everything, money, magic, popularity, you name it. Of course, Rin's very troubled herself, and Sakura's point of view is skewed because everyone's life is better than hers.
  • Hair Decorations: Rin's hair ribbons are her regular renewable regain. She ends up putting them on the doors of the dead, matching victims and culprits with the same colour.
  • Hidden Heart of Gold: Tries to be a pragmatic, uncaring "proper mage," but her soul is green, representing kindness.
  • Not a Morning Person: If you wake her up early, don't expect anything but sleepy grumbling.
  • Trash of the Titans: She doesn't exactly keep her room clean when she's working.
  • Would Hurt a Child: "She's not a child," Rin says of a young culprit. "She's just younger than you are."

Rose Sheedy

Gracious

"If you need anything or if you need someone to talk to, I'll be here, okay?"

One of the victims of Week 6 (Case 6).


Ryoji Mochizuki

Amiable

"Eventually it will end, as all things in the universe have a beginning and an end."

The victim of Week 8 (Case 8).


  • Amnesiac God: Thought he was a regular person, but he's the avatar of Death.
  • Anti-Antichrist: Ryouji wants life on Earth to continue, but was born to kick off The End of the World as We Know It.
  • Dating Catwoman: Ryoji's dating the Transmitter, this round's mastermind. Whatever "dating" means, since they can only interact over the phone or text messages.
  • Hair Antennae: Just like Nozomi, it shows his silly personality.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Though he can become a lot less humanoid.
  • Scarf Of Asskicking: He has a long scarf just like QQ's. Unfortunately subverted when getting it caught on something leads to him being trapped long enough for Kashima Sakura to shoot him.
  • Winged Humanoid: Grows wings when trying to escape his killer.
  • You Can't Fight Fate: Something he struggles with throughout his character arc. He ends up deciding that fate might not be that bad if it gave him the chance to meet the Transmitter.

Sakura Kashima

Enlightened

"There are those whose suffering makes them blame the world, those who decide to change themselves, and those who are ordinary in the middle."

The culprit of Week 8 (Case 8).


  • The Beastmaster: She's a summoner, the most powerful one in her world, who creates her monsters mainly from dinosaur fossils. Some of the end products look more like dinosaurs, others... don't.
  • Cherry Blossom Girl: Old Sakura isn't exactly innocent, but she does have the name, caused a near-apocalypse and (unwillingly) rebirth of life, has Healing Hands, and her character arc and especially her MTB focus on what love actually means.
  • Evil Old Folks: Sakura's started to let slip that she would be perfectly fine with causing the end of the world.
  • Evil Sounds Raspy: If only because, well, she's old.
  • Grandma, What Massive Hotness You Have!: A few of the characters, plus their narration, make comments like this. Greed's narration compares her to the page image.
  • Last-Name Basis: Uses this with everyone. A few return the favour to differentiate her from the young Sakura.
  • Older Than They Look: Since she's from the Terra route, she's in her seventies, but she looks a few decades younger. According to the anime, her age will catch up with her in about ten years.
  • Transferable Memory: Sakura has the memories of every Saint of Gaia before her, and since none of them had very happy lives, she was driven to despair herself.

Sakura Matou

Committed

"But there's something beautiful in trying to fight the inevitable, or fighting despite it, yes?"

One of the culprits of Week 6 (Case 6).


  • Broken Bird: Sakura's backstory is a mess and she's only recently started to actually fight back for herself. Which involved a whole lot of innocent victims in addition to her family, but you've got to feel bad for her.
  • Cherry Blossom Girl: Young Sakura is feminine, associated with death and tragedy, pulled from the route where she dates the protagonist of her canon, and tries to be a Yamato Nadeshiko.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Purple hair and eyes, though she wasn't like that originally.
  • Feminine Women Can Cook: She's a sweet girly girl (with a lot of hidden bitterness) and an amazing cook.
  • Hair Decorations: Sakura usually has a hair ribbon. Waking up without it distresses her more than she'd like to admit.
  • Insecure Love Interest: Which makes it painful that she and Rin are each pulled from their own heroine routes and therefore essentially dating the same guy. The hostage motive shows both versions of Shirou next to each other, which helps a little in reminding her that it's an Alternate Self, but...
  • Raised as a Host: The worm story that's eventually shared with her close CR. She was adopted by the Matou in order to basically be possessed by the evil of the world.
  • Revenge Before Reason: Her reaction to Kogami's confession is to flat-out murder him right there, even though he'd be executed anyway and this just makes her life forfeit.
  • What Have I Become?: Her memory regains slowly break her this way.

Shinya Kogami

Deductive

"We need to know what happened or at least another lead. It's best to force it out of her while she's riled up."

One of the victims (and culprits) of Week 6 (Case 6).


  • Animal Motifs: He's often compared to a dog and sometimes does it himself.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: Often seen in formal suits, and definitely a strong fighter and investigator.
  • Bat Deduction: Kougami is one of the best investigators in the group because he notices and strings together small, seemingly meaningless clues.
  • Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: He's resigned himself to throwing away any and every bond he has to follow what he thinks is the greater good.
  • Consummate Liar: Admits that he's very good at lying to people and does it a lot.
  • Made of Iron: Seems to be this when fighting with Rin. Still not immune to a single crossbow shot, though.
  • Smoking Is Cool: He sure thinks so, though his addiction to cigarettes is one of the many things wearing on his psyche, since they're hard to come by in the hospital.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Betrays everyone around him just to try and erase a truly evil person from his own world.

Tsubasa Hanekawa

Assimilated

"It may not be wise to trust it at first glance, but I do think we'll be okay, if we use our better judgement."

The victim of Week 4 (Case 4).


  • Catgirl: Black Hanekawa, her cat personality.
  • Demonic Possession: Possessed by a youkai, though they're more like equals than one taking over the other.
  • Meganekko: A cute girl wearing understated glasses.
  • Pure Is Not Good: Just like her girlfriend, Nachetanya. In Tsubasa's case, she allows herself to be possessed by a youkai that pretends to be roadkill because of her pure intentions, has major repression issues, and lets people walk all over her.
  • Verbal Tic: Black Hanekawa makes "nya" puns in her words.

Wheatley

Creative

"Why'd something be wrong? Does it look like there's something wrong? Not me, that's for sure."

Made it to the survivor pool.


  • Affably Evil: Wheatley is a fun, good-natured robot who tried to be evil because he thought it was interesting.
  • Artificial Stupidity: He was built to be this intentionally in-universe, made to balance out an evil AI by supplying stupid ideas.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Who else would build top-heavy robots that can't even walk and thinks the only reason you don't drive on the table is because it's impolite?
  • Cute Machines: Mostly because of his silliness.
  • The Ditz: Not always logical and definitely not sensible.
  • Motor Mouth: Wheatley goes on tangents and doesn't seem to understand anything he's talking about.

Yusuke Kitagawa

Stylistic

"I usually focus more on the visuals than the plot."

The victim of Week 3 (Case 3).


  • Big Eater: Due to being bad with money and thus not having much to eat back home, he makes himself too much food in Beacon.
  • Blatant Lies: He knows full well that he's a Phantom Thief, but denies it even when his profile says he's one.
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Alex Renee H.

The Transmitter

"Well... things are kinda weirder than normal right now."

  • Ambiguously Brown: When we finally get to see her.
  • Cynicism Catalyst: Her brother's death broke her in her past. Then there was the unknown number of years in the Void. Then the murdergame wore her down enough to agree to help the Risen.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: She used to be a normal girl and misses those times.
  • Psycho Electro: Carries out executions with electric powers and isn't the most stable of people. Though that's actually Michaela doing the executing.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: When she's possessed by the Risen.

Those previously known as the Sunken

The Risen

"Those with the most bonds inspire the most darkness in those remaining."

  • Hive Mind: They originally had individual identities, but those have been lost to time.
  • I Just Want to Be Free: Their motivation. Too bad they want to do so by driving people to despair and then stealing their bodies.
  • Loophole Abuse: In the final trial, because they're possessing the Transmitter, they claim that the rule about not engaging her applies and no one can touch them.
  • Meaningful Rename: They were known by another name once, but became "the Risen" before the start of the round.
  • Power Glows: When they possess Alex, her eyes glow red.

Michaela

"I AM ALMOST ALWAYS HERE."

  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Turns out she was working to help survivors and hated masterminds even before Round 2.
  • Cryptically Unhelpful Answer: She's really good at dodging the question whenever anyone asks anything important.
  • Dead Guy Junior: Alex named her after Michael, her deceased brother.
  • Flower Motifs: Associated with the spider lilies often used to symbolize death.
  • Robo Speak: She always uses all caps with no indication of emphasis.
  • Stealth Mentor: Just like she did in Round 2, despite refusing to give simple helpful answers, she'll encode hints in them if you look. See: "I am not keeping you in a jar," among others. She also picked the pool of game candidates and erred heavily on the side of people who were already not human, possessed, or otherwise no one the Risen would want.
  • Two Aliases, One Character: She's actually Round 2's Glory.

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