A character sheet for the characters that appear in Tsuyokute New Saga series.
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The main character of the series. After the destruction of his hometown at the hands of the Demon Lord, Kail would end up joining the human resistance, and after one year, is able to lead a suicide squad to attack, and kill the Demon Lord at great cost. However, before succumbing to his injuries, Kail manages to touch a Divine Dragon's Heart artifact that the Demon Lord was protecting, and ends up traveling four years into the past; three years before the Demon Lord launched his invasion force into the lands of the other humanoid races.
Now with a chance to start over, Kail, along with a couple of his friends, depart from his home village in order to become legendary heroes that can help better prepare the human resistance for when the time comes that the Demon Lord launches his Great Invasion.
- Anti-Hero: Kail has no problems dirtying his hands to fulfill his goals. Just ask the king who fell from the balcony.
- To be fair, King Remonas was a total bastard who wanted to assassinate his own daughter simply because he was afraid she would overshadow him in the future, and in the original timeline his self-serving political decision led to the deaths of thousands of people. Kail was not exactly sacrificing an innocent person there.
- Battle Harem: In the second timeline he acquires this. Riize does not die and alterations of events in the second timeline inadvertently cause Minagi to have feelings for him (in the original they were platonic friends).
- Beware the Nice Ones: Kail is generally very kind and polite, but is extremely ruthless to those he considers his enemies.
- Chick Magnet: Kail after time-traveling to his younger body. Riize, Urza, Mileina, and Minagi all quickly become fond of him. Though Riize and Urza loved him in the original Riize died too early to show it.
- The Chosen One: A hero that defeated the Demon Lord in the original timeline. Seeks to become an even better one in the second timeline. Furthermore, in the second timeline, a goddess has taken a personal interest in him and wants him to serve her.
- It later turns out that Melra looked into the future and foresaw that Kail's efforts were helping to salvage humanity from the Great Invasion, hence she declared to her followers that he was her Chosen One and to help him.
- Combat Pragmatist: Threatened Ganias with his horn, and set up a trap for him in their fight. It helps that he's a Magic Knight too.
- Death Seeker: In the original timeline the Demon Lord ultimately loses because Kail battled to win, but not to necessarily survive. He undertook rituals and utilized forbidden techniques that shortened his lifespan, and in the final battle attacked in ways that resulted in mortal wounds upon himself. Having a future after defeating the Demon Lord, especially after witnessing the death of his wife, was pointless to him.
- Didn't See That Coming: Frequently, due to Kail assuming some things will work out how they did in his original life. He starts to learn that even his tiny changes had massive effects on the course of history but he still falls into this trap every once in a while. His biggest surprises yet are discovering one of his closest allies in the first timeline, Zentos, was responsible for the assassination of princess Mileina and learning his mother had gotten pregnant again, something that never happened in his previous timeline.
- Glory Seeker: Justified, as he notes that a Hero needs to be famous so people will be more inclined to listen to him when needed, which means he needs to get his name out there. So he intentionally does things that gain him glory while also paying off minstrels to sing of him and such.
- Heroes Prefer Swords: Primarily fights using a sword. Particularly, the Sildonia Zeeles sword.
- I Know Your True Name: Summoners need to keep their names secret. Kail reflexively calls the true name out of the summoner he fell in love with during the original timeline, making this version of her furious.
- It's Personal: If he goes out of his way to kill someone important, it's usually because of this. Killing the king was also motivated by the fact that he had to kill his old mentor to protect the princess. Killing the High Priest was because he orchestrated the death of Goldar by forcing his hand.
- Knight Templar: Kail has very strict beliefs in terms of what he has to do to defeat the Demon Lord ahead of time and he does it so mercilessly, turning even his best friend into his personal hitman on more than one occasion.
- Lazy Bum: Kail was one in past, spending most of his time lazing around and not training. One of first things he does after he returns to past is to start training hard. He DID work hard when he was younger, but stopped after he almost killed Seran by accident.
- Magic Knight: Kail is one. He can also use demon magic, something that should be impossible.
- My Greatest Failure: Despite defeating the Demon Lord, everyone he knew and loved died in the original timeline. He intends for everyone to survive in the redo. Unfortunately, he's had to kill some of them himself.
- He fails to save and kills Zentos after discovering his role in an assassination plot that helped doom humanity in the original timeline. He cries and screams in agony immediately afterward, as Zentos wasn't evil, but compelled by My Master, Right or Wrong.
- Kail kills Goldar, who was another ally that sacrificed himself to save Kail in the original timeline, after he was bought as a slave and given a drug to enhance his abilities.
- Older and Wiser: Kail is an odd case in that he's physically younger but his mind is 4 years older than he should be on his first adventure with a wealth of knowledge and maturity that someone his current age shouldn't have. He frequently lampshades this fact, and the other characters notice.
- New Game+: Pretty much what he goes through. Gives him the edge against opponents he'd faced in the future. But in turn he also massively changes history with every step forward, resulting occasionally in undesired circumstances.
- Pragmatic Hero: He doesn't play fair if he doesn't need to and will kill those who he believes led to the future he came from through assassinations if need be. He'll lie without hesitation and go against his word so long as it pays off and no one can prove otherwise.
- Sole Survivor: In the original timeline, he was the only one to make it through the assault on the Demon Lord, leading to him going back in time. He intends to stop the invasion before it even happens to ensure Everybody Lives. Unfortunately, he quickly learns that kind of ending isn't possible after killing Zentos and Goldar. But he can still try for a Bittersweet Ending.
- Tears of Joy: Sheds these in Chapter 70 when the Goddess Melra reveals that his efforts so far have changed the future so that 1/4 of Humanity will survive the Great Invasion. It was proof that his efforts were paying off.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Changing history has cause and effect, and while most of Kail's actions are genuinely for the better, situations like having to kill Zentos and Goldar were a brutal awakening to the fact that there are unpredictable consequences awaiting some of his choices. He's already completely altered Minagi's future career, which incidentally caused her master Souga to assassinate Prince Eldrand in her place, which might cause severe problems.
Kail's 1st childhood friend who's been trained as a monk, but died in their home village during the initial stages of the Great Invasion in the original timeline. This time around, Riize decides to join Kail's journey upon realizing that he has somehow become friends with a beautiful elf-girl.
- A-Cup Angst: Depending on the Artist, Riize can be somewhat-flat or decently endowed; either way Urza makes her feel this.
- Bare-Fisted Monk: The premier fist-fighter of the group.
- Bare Your Midriff: Her traveling and casual clothes usually expose her midsection.
- Braids of Action: Most of the time she wears her hair on two long braids and is definitely a fighter.
- Character Death: Died in the original timeline. Her death at the start of the demon's Great Invasion is what motivated Kail to go out and join the war.
- Childhood Friend Romance: Thanks to not dying in the second timeline.
- Victorious Childhood Friend: In the manga adaptation, when Kail decides not to pursue a relationship with Urza because he is already in one with Riize.
- First Love: Riize was Kail's, which puts Kail in a strange situation because after her death he fell in love and married Urza Ekses in the previous timeline. Kail decides for the moment that he loves and wants to protect both of them after meeting with Urza, despite this version of her not knowing him very well yet.
- The Lost Lenore: In the original timeline she died when the demons race began their war against humanity. It was a catalyst for Kail becoming The Chosen One. He swears to save her in the new timeline, no matter the cost.
- Odd Friendship: Kail is surprised at how fast she and Urza hit it off, quickly becoming best friends.
- Supreme Chef: A rather good cook apparently.
Kail's 2nd childhood friend who fought alongside Kail to the very end against the Demon Lord in the original timeline. He is considered to be one of the greatest sword fighters of the current era, which is not so obvious at first glance given his foolish-acting persona.
- Character Death: Died in the original timeline. Kail's suicide squad fought their way up to confronting the Demon Lord where Seran is seen having been defeated moments before Kail and the Demon Lord square off.
- Charles Atlas Superpower: He's always trained very hard...and keeps on training. Partly because he doesn't want to lose to Kail again after he was nearly killed by him in their childhood.
- Combat Pragmatist: His bread and butter. As he puts it, he's the guy who'll grovel at their feet to get them to lower their guard.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Is he ever. Seran is, for the most part, a bumbling, skirt-chasing buffoon... Who ALSO happens to be an extraordinarily competent and talented swordsman who's fairly dangerous even WITH all of his gravity-multiplying bracelets and anklets on. Kail and Riize even point out that it's not really an act, he IS genuinely that much of an idiot (for the most part, SOME of it is an act), but when the chips are down and he can't afford to be reckless or careless, he's suddenly frighteningly powerful.
- I Am Not Left-Handed: Wears bracelets with a Gravity spell to keep his power down.
- Heroes Prefer Swords: Primarily fights using a sword. Seran obtains the Holy Sword of the dwarf hero, Randalf, during the Calen City-State arc.
- Hidden Depths: Despite being an idiot, he's sometimes Too Dumb to Fool with certain things, like how Kail suddenly changed mannerisms and demeanor over night. Even though he brushes it off and accompanies him, he's very much aware of the abnormality but simply doesn't care because it's not his business. He's also more on the ball than Riize gives him credit for, inching into Wild Card territory every once in a while; only Kail knows what to expect at that point, and even he didn't quite expect the tournament incident.
- Implausible Fencing Powers: He was the world's greatest swordsman in the original timeline. He is well on the road to becoming it in the second.
- Master Swordsman: He has absolutely no ability for magic. However, he is the kind of swordsman who only appears once every 1000 years. His own mother, who is considered one of the strongest swordsman in the setting outright admits there's no point in training him since he'll surpass her one day without any help.
- I Lied: After killing 22 of the 30 knights sent to kill princess Mileina in an assassination plot, he talks the others into abandoning the fight rather than risking his life taking down the remaining ones in by explaining that since his job is to prevent them from killing the princess, which they couldn't since they lost their only means of giving chase, not specifically to kill them. They decide to retreat... which is when he then kills the lot of them with an explosive gem while citing at that point he'd told them both his friend's name and where the treasure he found was, so killing them was pretty much on the board one way or another.
- Played with later on, after giving his word he wouldn't intervene in a fight that turned out to be more a spar, he tried to kill Yulriga and only shifted targets when he spotted something else because Kail told him to make sure she didn't leave alive. He kept his word only because there was no point in trying again and because she wasn't as hostile.
- And later on when Kail releases some Hunters after they tell him everything they know, he mixes it in with Exact Words about how they said they'd kill them the next time they saw them and that they never said anything not purposely meeting them again.
- No Guy Wants to Be Chased: He oddly does not reciprocate affection from the Imperial Princess.
- Number Two: To Kail. If Kail wants someone taken out, he does it.
- Obfuscating Stupidity: Sorta. He's not the smartest bulb, and leaves pretty much all of the heavy thinking to Kail and the others. But he's also very attentive when it matters, occasionally hides an ace up his sleeve on his own terms, and is a superior fighter than Kail on pure physical capability yet hides his power for pragmatism almost all the time.
- Stab the Scorpion: Played with. He was actually attempting to attack Yulriga, but changed targets once he spotted an assassination creature instead. The only reason he doesn't try again after that is because it would be awkward and the girls seemed happy enough.
- The Unfettered: Does what it takes to win. Lying, cheating, stabbing in the back, striking down fleeing or surrendering foes, if it works then he'll do it. He doesn't like killing opponents when not necessary, but he will do it once he decides to go all in or Kail gives him the go ahead to kill someone.
An elf-girl summoner mage that became Kail's lover in the original timeline. Upon seeing her again in the new timeline, Kail screws up, and calls Urza by her true name despite elves only revealing it to their loved ones. They decide to create a partial contract that would result in Kail dying if he continues to misuse her name, but can only be done on a full moon, which, due to Kail being in a hurry, forces her to follow along on his journey. However, even after the contract was created, she decides to stick with the group anyway.
- Character Death: Died in the original timeline. Urza was part of Kail's suicide squad that fought their way up to the Demon Lord before she blocked an attack aimed at Kail that resulted in her death.
- Lovely Angels: With Riize, especially during their fight against Yulriga.
- Ms. Fanservice: Her house clothes are little more than a two-piece bikini. Her battle outfit is only slightly more armored.
- Older Than They Look: Elves have a lifespan spanning several centuries and even a young-looking one can be over 50 years old. Urza's age is never revealed but it's implied that she is much older than her companions.
- Odd Friendship: Kail is surprised at how well she and Riize get along, quickly becoming best friends.
- Official Couple: Became Kail's wife in the original timeline, as she didn't have any competition. In the new timeline she's not so official anymore, directly competing with Riize (who died in the original), and to a lesser extent Minagi (who had different preferences in the original). While she has shown some small interest in him, it's much more subdued compared to her previous version and Riize, who is obviously head over heels. Later on in the novel they become a couple again, which causes some issues when she and Kail visit her elven homeland. Is friendzoned in the manga adaptation.
- Pointy Ears: Comes with being an elf.
- Rapunzel Hair: Her hair goes past her waist.
- Sacred First Kiss: Kail accidentally takes hers in after assuming its part of the ritual, only to find out it was only part of it in the original timeline because they were getting married. She was not happy about getting it stolen by a man she only knew for a month, resulting in Urza wondering if she should burn Kail alive before chasing him down with her staff.
- Gnome: A giant creature summon that serves as Urza's muscle and shield. Can manipulate dirt, Hulk Out to become larger, and made stone.
- Salamander: A fire creature summon that serves as Urza's prime damage dealer.
The personality and memories of the late Magic King that has been sealed within a powerful magic-sword. Kail picked up Sildonia as a reward for reaching the treasure room of the Magic King's Great Labyrinth, and fought as Kail's sword and knowledge in the original timeline. This prompts Kail to acquire the sword again in the new timeline in order to have Sildonia remain at his side. Acquiring the sword once more, Sildonia learns of Kail's memories as someone who jumped back in time, and decides to help Kail's quest to prepare for the Great Invasion.
- Big Eater: He's seen eating snacks almost all the time.
- The Confidant: The only being besides Kail that knows of the alternate timeline, and as such she's this.
- Cool Sword: Sildonia is stored in one of the greatest swords that ends up in Kail's possession.
- Dude Looks Like a Lady: Looks very feminine, but Sildonia is indeed a dude.
- Mr. Exposition: Sildonia provides a lot of information to Kail on how he was able to jump back in time 4 years.
- Really 700 Years Old: As a spirit sealed in a sword for 1000 years, it counts.
- Secret Keeper: Thank to reading Kail's mind, Sildonia is the only being in the current timeline that knows about Kail's jump back in time.
The greatest assassin in the world... or at least she was in the original timeline. In the new timeline she has the skills, but lacks the confidence and experience. Kail's changes to the future, inadvertently cause her to not undertake assassinations that led her to become the fearsome person he remembers. Kail takes it upon himself to guide her into a greatest assassin, but without harming the innocents or allies her previous self murdered.
- The Atoner: Became this in the original timeline AFTER the demon race invaded.
- The Gambling Addict: Due to her impoverished state she was in when Kail found her, Minagi started developing a bit of a gambling problem to clear her debts.
- Averted, Kail broke her of this habit before it could become a problem.
- Ninja: Obviously, and not only does she fits the more traditional depiction of Kunoichis, she even wears a Sarashi and Fundoshi as underwear.
- Nothing Personal: In the original timeline she killed people who could have been tremendous assets in defeating the Demon Lord. However it wasn't out of malice, but just because she was a professional assassin.
- Master Poisoner: She's quite skilled at making poisons and so Kail decides to direct that talent by having her use them to kill the High Priest of the Empire under his orders.
- Ms. Fanservice: Almost every time she appears Minagi is very blatantly not wearing a whole lot to hide her figure. Ironically, one of the only major exceptions so far was for assassinating the High Priest, and part of that job was using her charms to get into the right spot.
- Rapunzel Hair: Even in a ponytail it still reaches her waist.
- Skilled, but Naïve: In the new timeline turns out she's this. Her first mission that made her into a renowned assassin doesn't happen because her employer died before she could carry it out. It was the king who Kail killed for trying to assassinate his daughter.
- Stock Ninja Weaponry: Her arsenal.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: In the original timeline, Minagi's actions were a hinderance to the anti-demon coalition given the assassinations she committed for pay. Once Kail realizes that he interfered with her career-making job, he takes it upon himself to set her on a new path that avoids causing this - though he's also fully aware that he may fall onto this trope on her as well.
- Vapor Wear: She doesn't wear anything beneath her chest plate.
Kail's mom, and one of the most powerful magicians known to exist. In the past, Selaia lived in the Galgan Empire as one of its best Court Mages, but she had no drive to step into the shoes of the First. Instead, she chose to settle down at Rimaaze Village to start a family. Selaia ended up dying in the original timeline trying to protect the village during the Great Invasion, but is alive again in the new timeline as she watches her son head off on a journey.
- Brilliant, but Lazy: She was considered skilled enough to become the next Court Mage at the Galgan's Empire, but she rejected it because she didn't wanted to deal with politics.
- Character Death: Died in the original timeline. Selaia fought to protect Rimaaze Village during the initial stages of the Great Invasion, but ended up dying.
- Childhood Friends: With Alzard, who's a fellow mage, as well as the Galgan Kingdom's Second Prince Conrad, who she taught a bit about magic to.
- Good Parents: For Kail and his soon to be born sibling.
- Empty Nest: Selaia gets hit with this hard in the second timeline due to Kail leaving home so young. It ends up making her and her husband get frisky, resulting in them expecting a second child that didn't exist in the first timeline.
- Happily Married: She and Kail's father are very much this.
- Mum Looks Like a Sister: Looks more like her son's older sister.
Kail's dad, who briefly appears in Rimaaze Village to watch his son head off on a journey with his friends.
- The Cameo: His appearance is basically this at the start of the story just to make it clear to the readers that there's no Disappeared Dad for Kail.
- Good Parents: He makes it clear to his son that Kail should take care of his friends during their journey.
- Happily Married: With Selaia.
- No Name Given: Even his son had forgotten his name. It's finally mentioned to be Roerl when Kail's group run into Missus again in the Galgan Empire.
- Strong Family Resemblance : Kail got a lot of his facial features from his father's side of the family.
Seran's mother who used to live in the Galgan Empire, but is now the combat trainer for Rimaaze Village. Missus had taken Seran and Kail under her wing, which she came to realize that the two of them were full of potential. Kail and company later find out that Missus is actually the Galgan Empire's tournament champion.
- Action Mom: Lets just say Kail and Seran and terrified of fighting her seriously.
- Amazonian Beauty: She's tall and has well-defined abs. She also happens to be beautiful.
- Combat Pragmatist: Not that she really needed it to Curb-Stomp Battle Kail anyways, but she distracts him by mentioning that his mother's pregnant.
- The Dreaded: Kail and Seran fear her knowing how powerful of a fighter she is. She's also known as the "Crimson Ogre" in the Galgan Empire.
- Fiery Redhead: Has red hair, and when fighting she's very fierce.
- In-Universe Nickname: As the tournament champion of the Galgan Empire, Missus became known as the "Crimson Ogre."
- The Mentor: Acts as such for Kail and Seran.
- Mom Looks Like a Sister: Similar to Selaia, she could pass for her son's older sister.
- Mysterious Past: Any possibility of Missus living a life in the Galgan Empire was thrown out the window due to a mysterious event 10 years ago where it's said that she ended up embarrassing Emperor Benedix. Instead of dealing with the consequences of whatever happened, Missus chose to settle down away from the empire in Rimaaze Village. Then of course there's the fact that she's apparently been a Melra worshipper this whole time without any of her friends knowing.
- The Plan: Turns out it wasn't Goldar that was Kail's test to see if he's ready to be converted into a Melra worshipper, but his final tournament match against Missus was the true test. Possibly to protect Kail, Missus tries to make it clear to her Melra boss that she defeated him easily, but said boss isn't convinced.
- Red Baron: The "Crimson Ogre" during her days as a gladiator.
- Religion of Evil: She is implied to worship Melra, the setting's God of Evil. Subverted when it is revealed that the goddess herself isn't evil, though she is rather prejudiced against non-humans.
- The Reveal: Shortly after the Galgan tournament, Missus is revealed to be a Melra worshipper.
- Shipper on Deck: Ships Kail/Riize.
- World's Strongest Woman: Neither Kail nor Seran have been able to beat her when serious, and wouldn't have earned the title of The Red Ogre if she wasn't considered this.
The King of Zirgus, and the father of Mileina and Calenas. Kail had met Remonas before in the original timeline where he learned of the King's questionable behavior. This time around, Kail decides to make sure that the King's antics doesn't get in the way of the preparations for the Great Invasion. He is also the primary mastermind behind the assassination plot of his own daughter.
- Always Someone Better: King Remonas felt this way about his daughter and arranged her assassination because he knew her legacy would stamp out his; if he didn't, he would only be remembered as her father. Kail kills him upon discovering this.
- Arc Villain: He was the man behind the Zirgus arc's assassination plot.
- Character Death: Kail pushes him off the palace balcony to fall to his death. He gets away with it due to the king drinking, which makes the scene look like the king stumbled off the balcony himself due to being drunk.
- Death by Irony: Kail makes the King's death look like an accident after he plotted to make Princess Mileina's assassination look like an accident.
- Green-Eyed Monster: The jealousy towards his own daughter and the belief that she would eclipse him is what made him try to kill her.
- The Good King: What he appears as during his introduction when he thanks Kail's group for saving his daughter. A couple scenes later show that him being a good king isn't the case at all.
- The High King: The king of Zirgus Kingdom.
- It's All About Me: The fact of the matter is that he caused his daughter's death in the original timeline by drugging her into helplessness to get torn to shreds by a hydra, solely so she didn't create a bigger legacy than his own. He also tried to assassinate the First Prince of the Galgan Empire and threw the village of Calen to the wolves to emphasize rescuing unnamed human refugees instead, all for his own gains rather than anything else which made him one of the biggest detriments to humanity in the Great Invasion.
- Make It Look Like an Accident: Wanted his daughter's death to look like one, and in a karmic fashion, Kail made his death to look like one.
- Later revealed that he also plotted the assassination of the First Prince of Galgan using Minami.
- The Man Behind the Man: Revealed to be the one pulling the strings of Calenas Remonas.
- No Name Given: His first name is never revealed.
- Offing the Offspring: Realizing his daughter would likely become a far more popular ruler, he was Driven by Envy and made a plot to assassinate her. In the original timeline, he was successful.
- Royal Blood: He's the royal king of Zirgus Kingdom.
- Small Role, Big Impact: The king has a very small role due to Kail killing him off right away. Turned out the king was the one behind his daughters assassination plot, and his death is what allowed her to become Zirgus' new queen.
Princess Mileina Remonas
The beautiful princes, and pride of Zirgus, with the potential to send the kingdom to greater heights. Princess Mileina was killed in the original timeline by a Hydra attack. However, in order to raise their reputation, Kail's group travels to Zirgus to make sure that the princess lives this time around, and uncover an assassination plot revolving around her family.
She becomes the new queen of Zirgus after the assassination plot is dealt with, and sends Kail's group on an envoy quest for her to the City-State of Calen.
- Arranged Marriage: It was planned for her to marry Prince Maizar Leng of the Galgan Empire in order to settle a dispute over the Calen City-State. She calls it off after becoming Zirgus' new queen.
- Cain and Abel: The good Abel to Calenas' evil Cain.
- Character Death: Died in the original timeline. Her father's plan to kill off his own daughter succeeded when a giant Hydra attacked her carriage in the wilderness after the king's spies drugged her, Ninos and Alca to put them to sleep.
- Damsel in Distress: Basically what she was during the Zirgus arc. Particularly after being put to sleep by assassins only to be rescued by Kail's group before the princess died to a Hydra.
- The High Queen: After her father's death/assassination, she becomes queen.
- Politically Active Princess: She's very involved with politics and even likes to know her subjects.
- Royal Blood: She's a royal princess of Zirgus Kingdom. And later becomes the queen after her father's death.
- Rule of Glamorous: Wears a pretty dress standard for a princess.
- Silk Hiding Steel: Despite looking like a Princess Classic, she's quite versed in politics and certainly not above using publicity stunts or manipulating people.
- The Tease: Before Kail departs for the Calen City-State, she teases Kail in a seductive way to see if he will stay by her side.
Prince Calenas Remonas
Mileina's lower ranked brother who's behind the assassination plot to kill off his sister. He allies with Zentos' Knight Company in order to accomplish the goal.
- Annoying Younger Sibling: The loud younger brother of Mileina.
- Bastard Bastard: The son of a concubine, and as far as we can tell, a piece of work.
- Cain and Abel: The evil Cain to Mileina's good Abel.
- The Evil Prince: Tries to take on this role against his sister, Mileina. Turned out he failed quite hard.
- Flat Character: Nothing about him is delved into after he's introduced ordering Zentos to kill his enemies. And his character gets quickly pushed to the side after Zentos is defeated, which results in him getting captured by Captain Kirulen and her guards.
- Royal Blood: He's a royal prince of Zirgus Kingdom.
- Unwitting Pawn: He was used by his father to kill his sister.
Captain Zentos Ordy
The leader of the 2nd Royal Guard Knight Company of Zirgus, and considered to be kingdom's greatest knight. In the original timeline, he became one of Kail's most trusted friends in the war against the Demon Lord. However, in the new timeline, he is discovered to be an enemy involved with the assassination plot to kill Princess Mileina.
- Anti-Villain: He didn't want to kill the Princess, but those were direct orders from the king, and as such he couldn't refuse.
- Badass Cape: Wears a massive cape.
- Character Death: What happened to him in the original timeline isn't explained, though it's assumed that he probably died when Kail led his suicide squad against the Demon Lord. In the new timeline, Kail kills him in a one-on-one duel due to Zentos making it clear that he's not going to surrender until his Prince's enemies are defeated.
- The Dragon: He was basically Prince Calenas' top fighter during the Zirgus arc.
- Heroes Prefer Swords: Fights using a sword.
- The Leader: Leads the Zirgus Kingdom's 2nd Royal Guard Knight Company.
- The Mentor: He served as this role for Kail in the original timeline where Zentos taught Kail everything he knows when it comes to using the sword.
- My Master, Right or Wrong: Zentos to King Remonas. Which tips off Kail on who the head of the conspiracy is when he sees that Zentos is attempting to assassinate Princess Mileina.
- Undying Loyalty: To King Remonas, which extends down to Prince Calenas.
One of Princess Mileina's trusted retainers who leads the 5th Royal Guard Knight Company of Zirgus, and also happens to be Mileina's cousin. Once the Mileina assassination plot is dealt with, Kirulen is tasked to go on a diplomatic mission to the Galgan Empire with Kail's group and Minister Orgis.
- Amazon Brigade: The 5th Royal Guard Company is formed by only women.
- The Bus Came Back: Kirulen played a short role during the Zirgus arc helping to end the assassination plot against Princess Mileina. She then comes back later on for the Galgan arc journeying alongside Kail's group for a diplomatic mission to the Galgan Empire.
- The Leader: Leads the Zirgus Kingdom's 5nd Royal Guard Knight Company.
- Peek-a-Bangs: Her hair usually covers her right eye.
- Sit Com Archnemesis: She and Minister Orgis seriously don't get along. This mostly stems from the fact that Kirulen is a low servant that doesn't wish to take advantage of being Mileina's trusted retainers, but Orgis chose to do so through King Remonas in order to be promoted up to Minister.
- Undying Loyalty: To Princess Mileina, especially since they're cousins by blood.
An old minister of Zirgus who deals with his kingdom's diplomatic relations with other nations. He journeys with Kail's group to the Galgan Empire in order to help sort out what happened to the men Galgan sent to the Calen City-State that ended up dying to a demon.
- Berserk Button: Kirulen strikes a sore spot when she calls out Orgis as someone who got his job only because of his friendship with King Remonas.
- Crazy-Prepared: During the diplomatic meeting with the Galgan Empire, Orgis kept quiet about the evidence he's put together on the Calen demon attacks in order to take all the credit for himself.
- Cool Old Guy: He's an old man that's still willing to go about performing his duties for his kingdom.
- Eyes Always Shut: Orgis is never seen with his eyes open.
- Sit Com Archnemesis: He and Captain Kirulen don't get along. This mostly stems from the fact that Kirulen is a low servant that doesn't wish to take advantage of being Mileina's trusted retainers, but Orgis chose to do so through King Remonas in order to be promoted up to Minister.
One of Princess Mileina's trusted retainers who helps the princess perform publicity stunts, and serves as her closest servant.
- Character Death: Implied heavily to have died in the original timeline. Given how she was drugged asleep in a carriage with Mileina and Alca, it can be assumed that Ninos also died to the Hydra that killed the princess.
- Deliberately Cute Child: Plays the part in public.
- Flat Character: Other than being one of Mileina's loyal retainers, there's not much to Ninos and she doesn't appear much.
- Undying Loyalty: Serves Princess Mileina.
One of Princess Mileina's trusted retainers who appears to have some skill in using fire magic.
- Character Death: Implied heavily to have died in the original timeline. Given how she was drugged asleep in a carriage with Mileina and Ninos, it can be assumed that Alca also died to the Hydra that killed the princess.
- Fiery Coverup: Uses her spell to burn corpses, making them harder to identify in an effort to buy time.
- Flat Character: Other than being one of Mileina's loyal retainers, there's not much to Alca and she doesn't appear much.
- Playing with Fire: Can create a very large Fireball near instantly.
- Undying Loyalty: Serves Princess Mileina.
The current governor of Calen who stays secluded to his room in Calen's Galgan Embassy due to coming down with an illness that has put the governor on a very limited time to continue living. As it turns out, he had formed a partnership with the Demons that snuck into Calen as his way of keeping the city alive; sacrificing his own people for the Demon's goal so that there would be less people around that would attempt to live off Calen's depleting resources.
- Character Death: Bax eventually succumbs to his disease shortly after Kail's group deals with Calen's demon problem.
- Deal with the Devil: In order to save his city from running out of resources, Bax made a deal with Demons to decrease Calen's population numbers by having them kill the city's people for their mana.
- Jerkass: Has no issue killing humans as long as his city doesn't fall apart due to the resources running out.
- The Leader: Leads the people of the Calen City-State.
- Obviously Evil: Kail's group pretty much know something is fishy with him as soon as they meet him. The real surprise is just what he'd been doing with the missing people.
- Rapid Aging: Possibly as a result of his illness, Bax's body looks old, drained and wrinkly.
- Soap Opera Disease: He's dying of an unknown illness.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Wanted to keep his city alive, but the way he used was pretty horrible since it required him to sacrifice his own people.
The ambassador of Calen who had helped educate Zirgus' Princess Mileina in the past. Kail had befriended Miranda in the original timeline where, despite being invaluable support when called upon, she had been reduced to a miserable wreck due to the death of the man she loved, Gazas. Seeing Kail's group arriving at Calen in the current timeline, Miranda comes before them to help complete their envoy mission between Zirgus and the Galgan Empire.
- Hot Teacher: Has the looks, and is said to have educated Princess Mileina in the past.
- In Vino Veritas: In the original timeline, this is how Kail found out she regretted not being able to save her lover Gazas.
- Interspecies Romance: Human Miranda with Dwarf Gazas.
- Office Lady: A medieval version of the trope that supports Kail's group around Calen.
- Official Couple: With Gazas.
- Stoic Spectacles: Wears glasses, and most of the time is calm and no-nonsense, although she has a softer side.
- When She Smiles: Kail certainly thinks her smile is beautiful.
A dwarf that is Calen's number-one blacksmith, and the top candidate to take over as the cities governor if Bax passes away. Kail offers him a large Mithril ore from Sildonia's Labyrinth in order to have a sword crafted by the great blacksmith. He also happens to be Miranda's lover, and knew of Bax's plan regarding the sacrificed Calen citizens.
- The Atoner: After being given a large mithril ore from Kail, Gazas plans to make many mithril items and weapons as atonement for knowing about Bax sacrificing the people of Calen, but not being able to do anything about it.
- Badass Beard: He wouldn't be a dwarf and a blacksmith without one.
- Character Death: Died in the original timeline, which Miranda regretted every day of her life from then on. It turned out that the reason Gazas died in the original timeline was because he was sacrificed to the Demons that Governor Bax made a deal with.
- Interspecies Romance: Dwarf Gazas with human Miranda.
- The Leader: Due to Bax's death, Gazas becomes the new governor of the Calen City-State.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He may be rough around the ages, but once you get to know him, he's a pretty nice guy.
- Official Couple: With Miranda.
- Ultimate Blacksmith: As The Blacksmith, he's considered to be the greatest that Calen has ever seen.
Gazas' son, a magic engineer of Calen that can easily be mistaken for a woman. Kail soon discovers that Gou was the leading engineer of the Golem prototypes of Galgan that helped turn the tide of the war against the Demons in the original timeline. This time around, Kail offers Gou all the funding he needs, as well as Sildonia's knowledge, in order to have the Golems ready in time for the Great Invasion.
- Distressed Dude: How he's introduced. Seran had to save him from a couple Calen thugs.
- Dude Looks Like a Lady: Much to Seran's disappointment.
- Gadgeteer Genius: Gou has a niche for fixing mechanical things. He also turns out to be the engineer that built the golems that helped humanity turn the tide against the demons in the original timeline. In the current timeline, Kail finds out about this much earlier, and provides Gou the funds to make sure that the golems are ready this time around for the start of the Great Invasion.
- Happily Adopted: By his step-father Gazas.
- Teen Genius: He's skilled enough that Sildonia takes him as apprentice.
RandalfA legendary dwarf hero that slew the previous Demon Lord 300 years ago. His weapon, the "Holy Sword Rand", was passed down over the years, and ended up in the hands of the Calen City-State. The Demons learn of this as well, and infiltrate the city in an attempt to find it. Eventually, Seran comes across the sword during a battle against said demons, and takes the weapon as his own.
- Cool Sword: Was the owner of the legendary "Holy Sword Rand," which Seran managed to obtain in the current timeline.
- Hidden in Plain Sight: Turned out that Bax hid Randalf's Holy Sword in the couch chair he's been using to sit on.
- Long Dead Badass: His deeds are still remembered 300 years later.
- Plot Device: Trying to find his sword drove the plot of the Calen arc.
The emperor of the Galgan Empire who's been bedridden due to an illness. Before succumbing to his illness in the original timeline, Benedix names Maizar to be his successor despite not being the next in line to the throne. The result of the choice was a civil war erupting between 3 factions led by Third Prince Maizar, Eldrand's son, and Second Prince Conrad.
- Character Death: The emperor succumbs to his illness in the original timeline. In all likelihood, the same result will happen to him in the new timeline. Kail also claims that from where he is currently, the emperor will die to his illness after a year.
- The Emperor: The current ruler of the Galgan Empire.
- Royal Blood: He's the royal emperor of Galgan.
- Soap Opera Disease: He's dying of an unknown illness.
First Prince Eldrand Ova Galgan
The first prince of the Galgan Empire. Eldrand is said to be a great person in the eyes of the people, who believe their future will be secure under Eldrand's new rule. However, Eldrand's sudden death in the original timeline sent the empire into chaos due to a 3-way civil war erupting between his son and the other two princes, Conrad and Maizar.
- 100% Adoration Rating: The people of Galgan absolutely adore him to the point that they feel that the empire will be in great hands once he becomes the new emperor.
- Beneath the Mask: His conversation with Maizar following the Galgan tournament opens up a lot of questions due to him wishing for the Melra worshippers to continue hiding in the shadows until the world ends. It really brings to question if there's more to Eldrand than meets the eye.
- Big Brother Mentor: He knows full-well how to put his younger siblings in their place.
- Character Death: The cause of his death in the original timeline remained a mystery. Kail learned that Eldrand was officially announced to have died from a heart attack, but due to being in perfect health leading up to it, a popular rumor was that Maizar may have had him assassinated.
- In actuality, Eldrand's death in the original timeline was a result of King Remonas hiring the master assassin, Souga, to perform the kill, but due to Souga's old age, his apprentice, Minagi, took on the job to kill Eldrand.
- In the end, he gets assassinated anyway.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: He keeps a close watch over his siblings as the one in charge, and is nice enough to provide Kail and company a reasonable stay during their diplomatic mission with the Galgan Empire.
- Royal Blood: He's the royal First Prince of Galgan.
Second Prince Conrad Faulk Galgan
The second prince of the Galgan Empire who's an old friend of Selaia. In the original timeline after the deaths of his father and older brother, he winds up in a 3-way civil war against Maizar and Eldrand's son under the belief that he was deserving to be the next emperor. In the current timeline, Conrad's been keeping an eye on the movements that involve the evil Melra worshippers.
- All Love Is Unrequited: Kail catches on that Conrad may have had feelings for Selaia when the two spent time together in the past, which is why he was trying to protect Kail when he arrived in the Galgan Kingdom. Conrad of course tries to deny it.
- Beneath the Mask: Conrad looks like someone that could be a jerk at first glance, but upon getting to know him better, he's actually a lot kinder, and actually tries to look out for those he cares about.
- Big Brother Instinct: Due to his past friendship with Selaia, Conrad spends most of the Galgan arc trying to warn her son, Kail, that the Melra worshippers have set their sights on him.
- Butt-Monkey: Conrad keeps getting interrupted when he tries to start a conversation with Kail to discuss something important, which turns out to be trying to warn Kail that the evil worshippers of Goddess Melra have set their sights on him.
- Childhood Friends: Was this with Selaia where Kail's mother taught him a bit about magic in the past.
- Royal Blood: He's the royal Second Prince of Galgan.
- Sibling Rivalry: Doesn't get along with his brother, Maizar.
- Spare to the Throne: Conrad is third in line to the throne after Eldrand and Eldrand's son. A civil war erupts shortly after his father, Emperor Benedix, chose Maizar to be the emperor over him despite Conrad being ahead in the succession line.
- Tsundere: He shows a rough persona on the outside, but deep down, he actually cares for Kail due to the prince's past friendship with his mother.
Third Prince Maizar Leng Galgan
The third prince of the Galgan Empire who was set to marry Princess Mileina of Zirgus. Due to a territorial dispute over the City-State of Calen, a non-aggression treaty was created to make sure that war didn't erupt between Zirgus and Galgan; one of the treaty's terms being that Princess Mileina had to marry Prince Maizar.
In the original timeline, Benedix named Maizar to be the next emperor over his older brother and nephew, which resulted in a civil war between 3 factions led by said respective leaders. Maizar ended up winning the civil war after a year of fighting, which he became friends with Kail when the two of them met, and Kail came to view Maizar as the greatest ruler he ever met. However, Maizar and the empire ended up falling during the Great Invasion due to the civil war leaving them unprepared for the demon onslaught. Now that the situation in Zirgus has changed with Mileina becoming the new queen in the current timeline, she is able to reject the marriage term, and sends Kail's group to Calen to close the territorial dispute for good.
- Arranged Marriage: With Princess Mileina of Zirgus. She calls it off after becoming Zirgus' new queen.
- Bash Brothers: In the original timeline he was this with Kail.
- Beneath the Mask: His conversation with Eldrand following the Galgan tournament opens up a lot of questions due to his older brother wishing for the Melra worshippers to continue hiding in the shadows until the world ends. It really brings to question if there's more to Maizar than meets the eye. Though not so much for Maizar given how his persona is already a lot more questionable than Eldrand looking like the perfect person.
- Character Death: In the original timeline, Maizar died at some point during the Great Invasion that also resulted in the Galgan Empire falling. Kail considers the moment he was unable to save Maizar and the Galgan Empire to be one of his greatest failures.
- The Emperor: In the original timeline, he became the ruler of the Galgan Empire after winning against his nephew and Conrad in the Galgan civil war.
- Royal Blood: He's the royal Third Prince of Galgan.
- Sibling Rivalry: Doesn't get along with his brother, Conrad.
- Spare to the Throne: Maizar is fourth in line to the throne after First Prince Eldrand, Eldrand's son and Second Prince Conrad. His father, Emperor Benedix, ends up picking him as a successor anyway.
- Tsundere: Claims that he's going to kill Kail if he chooses not to become a retainer for the Galgan Empire. He backs off after being impressed by Kail's goal of wanting to become a hero.
- Unexpected Successor: In the original timeline, his father named him heir on his deathbed, skipping his nephew and older brother, which soon enough devolved in a Civil War.
First Princess Angela Ines Galgan
The first princess of the Galgan Empire. Angela ends up taking a liking to Seran, and even names him as her champion so that he can be a fighter in the Galgan tournament.
- Action Girl: Darius has been training her up in sword combat.
- Arranged Marriage: Made a deal she couldn't refuse with one of Galgan's statesmen Dukes claiming that she will marry the Duke's son, Godfrey, if he beats her champion in the Galgan tournament. Godfrey ends up losing to Seran during their tournament duel, which cancels the marriage attempt.
- Determinator: After taking a liking to Seran, she becomes highly motivated to not give up on wanting him by her side, even after Seran rejects her offer to become the Princess' personal knight.
- Outnumbered Sibling: She has three older brothers.
- Royal Blood: She's the royal First Princess of Galgan.
- Rule of Glamorous: Wears a pretty dress standard for a princess.
- Ship Tease: Gets a lot of moments with Seran, who she takes a liking to, and names him as her champion.
- Spare to the Throne: It can be assumed that she's fifth in line to the throne after First Prince Eldrand, Eldrand's son, Second Prince Conrad, and Third Prince Maizar.
- Yandere: A low-key one towards Seran.
High Priest Bahrel
The High Priest of the Galgan Empire. Bahrel is actually a worshipper of the evil Goddess, Melra, who hates all non-human races, which in turn makes him a racist towards non-humans as well. He attempts to convert Kail over to the Melra worshippers side though his slave, Goldar.
- Arc Villain: Could be seen as such for the Galgan Empire arc.
- Beneath the Mask: On the outside, Bahrel acts as the kind-hearted Galgan High Priest. On the inside, he's a racist prick that worships an evil goddess.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Behind his friendly facade is a hatred for non-human races.
- Character Death: Kail hires Minagi to assassinate him. She does so by managing to get up close to him, and stabs him with a poisoned fragment left behind by Goldar's sword.
- Eyes Always Shut: When he acts friendly, his eyes are closed.
- Fantastic Racism: As a worshipper of the non-human race-hating Goddess Melra, he only cares about the human race, and would prefer to not see other races within the Galgan Empire.
- High Priest: Bahrel's profession for the Galgan Empire.
- Jerkass: He's a racist dick to beings that aren't human. Especially the elf, Urza, which Bahrel constantly tries to convince Kail that he needs to get rid of her.
- Laser-Guided Karma: His death came from a sword fragment owned by the lizard-man that he treated like trash.
- Oh, Crap!: Has this reaction when Kail gives the High Priest a calm but sinister smile following his duel with Goldar that resulted in the lizard-man's death.
- The Plan: To try to convert Kail over to worshipping Goddess Melra, Bahrel puts his lizard-man slave, Goldar, up against the former in the tournament to show Kail how great it is for humans to stand above the other races.
- The Reveal: While it didn't take long for him to reveal who he is, Bahrel shows his true self to Kail since it turned out that the one who leads the Melra worshippers desires for Kail to join their cause having been impressed by what the boy has accomplished so far.
- Religion of Evil: He's a worshipper of Melra, the Goddess of Darkness.
A loyal retainer to Eldrand who acts as the First Prince's second-in-command. Darius is considered to be one of the empire's top fighters, and managed to win the Galgan tournament in a previous year. He enters into the same current day tournament as Kail and Seran, but he ends up with the misfortune of having to face off against the "Crimson Ogre" as his first opponent.
- Fight Unscene: Lost in a duel against Captain Zentos in the past.
- The Mentor: Serves as a trainer for Princess Angela.
- Master Swordsman: Primarily fights with a sword.
- Number Two: He's Eldrand's second-in-command.
- Undying Loyalty: To Eldrand.
- The Worf Effect: Darius is built up to be a possible tough match-up as a previous Galgan tournament winner, but he ends up getting destroyed in the first match by Missus (the "Crimson Ogre") when she decides to take on the tournament again.
The Galgan Empire's first Court Mage who's also an old woman. It's said that she trained Selaia in the past.
- Cool Old Lady: She's an old woman who happens to be the most powerful Galgan Court Mage.
- The Leader: She's the First Court Mage of the Galgan Empire.
- The Mentor: Trained Selaia in the past.
- My Greatest Failure: Being unable to establish her First Court Mage successor hits Beadolra pretty hard due to Selaia choosing to settle down in Rimaaze Village despite her talent, and Alzard's unexpected death, which were the Galgan Empire's top two mages after Beadolra.
- No Hugging, No Kissing: Beadolra is mentioned by Selaia to be someone who stayed single her whole life.
The Galgan Empire's second best Court Mage who had studied magic with Kail's mother, Selaia, in the past. He arrives at Calen in the hopes that he can talk with Governor Bax to bring the City-State into the Empire, and is also ecstatic to find out that Kail is currently at the city.
- Character Death: In the new timeline, he's killed by Ganias within the Calen embassy.
- Childhood Friends: With Selaia, who's a fellow mage.
- Off with His Head!: Decapitated before he had a chance to do more.
- Satellite Character: The whole point of Alzard's character was basically to be killed off just to show the readers that the demons are going to be tough opponents.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Killed by Ganias before we even get to know more about his relationship with Selaia.
A lizard-man who fought against the demons alongside Kail in the original timeline. In the current timeline, he serves as Kail's third opponent in the Galgan tournament as a war slave. Goldar's owner turns out to be High Priest Bahrel, who plans to use his slave's fight as a way to try to convert Kail over to worshipping Goddess Melra.
- Blood Knight: The lizard-men in general are said to be beings that love to fight. Goldar ends up believing that Kail will make for a great opponent since Kail let it slip that he knew about the lizard-men's God of War, Azaul, which means that whichever lizard-man revealed Azaul's existence to Kail recognized the latter's strength.
- Breath Weapon: His trump card is to shoot fire from his mouth, which is implied to be an ability that all lizard-men have.
- Character Death: During their tournament duel, Kail strikes a spot on Goldar's stomach that reverses the flow of the lizard-man's breath attack, which causes the lizard-man's gas pouch to blow up, and destroys the body. Goldar dies shortly after.
- Lizard Folk: He's a lizard-man.
- Made a Slave: In the past, the Galgan Empire invaded the continent's southern region where they captured many beings to be their war slaves. Goldar is one of such slaves that ended up in the hands of High Priest Bahrel, and is now being forced to take part in the tournament where he must use the Blood Eye drug, or else he would get sent off to work at a mine.
- Master Swordsman: Primarily fights with a sword.
- Psycho Serum: For his match with Kail, Goldar ended up drinking a powerful drug known as Blood Eye which increases one's combat abilities, but ruins the mind, which results in shaving away at the user's life. In addition, several weaknesses counteract the increased combat abilities, such as being more sensitive to sounds, smells, and the sunlight, which Kail takes advantage of during their fight.
- Religious Bruiser: Before battle, he prays to the lizard-man's God of War, Azaul.
- Satellite Character: The whole point of Goldar's character is to show that those who worship Melra are evil bastards.
- Suicide Attack: After exhausting all options, lizard-men have the ability to reverse the flow of their fire-breath attack towards the gas pouch inside their body that allows for the user to try a last ditch suicide explosion to kill their opponent. Kail knew about this from fighting a lizard-man in the past, which he took advantage of to force Goldar to self-destruct.
- Super Senses: Thanks to lizard-men having good hearing, Goldar was able to hear Kail namedrop their God of War, Azaul, from far away.
- Unwitting Pawn: He ends up being this for High Priest Bahrel and the Melra worshippers in a plan to try to convert Kail over to their cause. The result is Goldar dying.
Kail's first opponent in the Galgan tournament. The announcer claims Rowdy to be one of the best martial artists whenever he appears in the tournament.
- Alliterative Name: Rowdy Rockelt.
- Bare-Fisted Monk: Specializes in close-range martial arts.
- One-Shot Character: Serves as one of Kail's Galgan tournament opponents, and then disappears from the story.
- Satellite Character: Rowdy exists just to make it clear to the audience watching the tournament that Kail is for real.
- The Worf Effect: Despite the initial hype as one the tournament's best martial artists, Kail easily defeats him using a monk punching technique that he learned from Riize.
Seran's first opponent in the Galgan tournament who's also the son of a Duke. The announcer claims Godfrey to be one of the better fighters that managed to be the runner-up in the previous tournament.
- Arranged Marriage: As the son of a high ranking Duke, Godfrey was set to marry Princess Angela if he managed to beat her champion in the Galgan tournament. It gets called off due to Godfrey's quick loss to Seran.
- Bishōnen: The reason Seran kicks his face during their duel is because he thought that Godfrey was too pretty.
- Master Swordsman: Primarily fights with a sword.
- One-Shot Character: Serves as one of Seran's Galgan tournament opponents, and then disappears from the story.
- Satellite Character: Godfrey exists just to make it clear to the audience watching the tournament that Seran is for real.
- The Worf Effect: Despite the initial hype as the guy that was good enough to be the runner-up in the last tournament, Seran easily overpowers him with better sword skills.
The announcer that hypes up the matches for the Galgan tournament.
- The Announcer: Her profession for the Galgan tournament.
- Flat Character: There's not much to her character other than being the announcer that appears from time to time for each of the tournament matches. Her name isn't even mentioned.
- Genki Girl: She tries her best to get the crowd hyped up for each of the tournament duels.
- No Name Given: Her name is never revealed.
- Stunned Silence: Some of the fights leave her stunned in disbelief, and unable to say anything right away, due to the current tournament having monsters, such as Kail, Seran and Missus involved.
Land of Eddos
A young half dark-elf girl who volunteers for Kail's request to act as their guide to reach the Dragon nest, because she desperately needs money to purchase expensive medicine for her sick mother. Due to only being a half-elf, Elina's been exiled from being allowed to enter Eddos' dark elf village.
- Dark-Skinned Blonde: Although her skin tone is lighter by virtue of being half-human.
- The Exile: Possibly because she's not a full dark-elf, Elina is not allowed to enter their village.
- Half-Human Hybrid: Elina is half-human and half-elf.
- Healthcare Motivation: Desperately in need of money for medicine to cure her sick human mother, Luctera, Elina takes on the job offer to guide Kail's group to the Dragon nest. This was invoked by Melra worshipers. Luctera's doctor was actually one of them and he poisoned Luctera to ensure Elina would be desperate to take a job right when Kail's group needed a guide.
- Ms. Exposition: Given how she's the first character introduced when Kail's group arrives in Eddos, Elina provides a lot of the early exposition as to what makes up the lands.
- Multicolored Hair: The ends of her hair are a black color.
- Pointy Ears: Has dark elf ears that she tries to keep hidden using a head cloth.
- The Reveal: Urza catches on that Elina has been hiding from the group that their guide is actually a half-elf. Elina's father was a dark elf while her mother was a female human adventurer.
- Super Senses: Elina has good hearing, such as being able to hear the buzzing of large bees from far away.
- Token Mini-Moe: Smallest, and quite possibly the youngest, in Kail's group when she joins their party as their Eddos guide.
A female dark elf that Kail's group encounter along the path to the Dragon nest.
- Action Girl: A dark elf woman that can fight with a bow.
- Amazonian Beauty: She's a beautiful female dark elf that can fight with a bow-and-arrow.
- Archer Archetype: Her primary means of combat appears to be using a bow.
- Cool Big Sis: She treated Elina far more kindly than the rest of the village, and even now she deeply cares about her.
- Damsel in Distress: The poachers she's been hunting end up managing to turn the tables on her and capture Paserane, which causes Kail's group to save her.
- Dark-Skinned Blond: Not exactly a blond, but Paserane's white-hair on brown-skin is pretty similar.
- Horned Hairdo: Her hair seems to be arranged like the ears of a wolf.
- Mystical White Hair: As seen on the light novel cover, she has long beautiful white hair.
- Our Elves Are Different: Paserane is a dark elf.
- Pointy Ears: Comes with being a dark elf.
- Revenge: She's hunting poachers in the forest Kail's group are going through out of revenge for them killing a couple dark elves and unicorns.
- Stripperiffic: Besides her obvious Underboobs, she doesn't wear much bellow.
A talking, women-loving, unicorn that acts as Paserane's steed.
- Chivalrous Pervert: Upon meeting Riize and Urza, he makes it quite clear that he loves the ladies.
- Does Not Like Men: Roas hates men, because he desires for all maidens to be his.
- Funny Animal: He happens to be a talking unicorn who goes around boosting to everything his love for women no matter what race it is.
- Harem Seeker: He seeks to be a creature that is one day surrounded by beautiful maidens.
- The Medic: Unicorns are known in general as beings that can heal others. Roas claims that he would gladly heal Elina's sick human mother, but isn't allowed to do so due to the Dark Elf Covenant.
- Sapient Steed: Roas is a unicorn that's able to talk, and he acts as Paserane's steed.
- Unicorn: What Roas is.
A female human adventurer who fell in love with a dark elf, and eventually gave birth to the half-elf, Elina. In the original timeline, Luctera was a friend of Kail who fought alongside him against the demons, but he made the hard choice to have his remaining forces retreat from a losing battle instead of saving her against the overwhelming enemies. In the current timeline, Luctera's suffering from an illness, which forces Elina to go out and find some money to purchase the medicine needed to cure her mother.
- Archer Archetype: A brief moment in Kail's flashback shows Luctera with an arrow quiver on her back, which implies heavily that she's a bow user.
- Big Damn Heroes: In the original timeline, she saved Kail's life during one of their battles against the demons, which she asks for Kail to repay the debt by doing the same for her somewhere down the line. When that time finally came, he chose not to do so.
- Character Death: Implied heavily to have died in the original timeline when Kail left Luctera's party for dead against an onslaught of demons, because he chose to save what was left of his forces by having them retreat from the battle rather than rush back in to try to save her group.
- Interspecies Romance: She's a human who fell in love with a dark elf, and they ended up having a child together.
- Official Couple: With Elina's father, who was a dark elf.
- Soap Opera Disease: In the current timeline, she's suffering from a serious illness that's said to require expensive medicine to possibly cure it. Later revealed to be poisoning from her own doctor. Said doctor was a Melra worshiper who did it to force Elina to become a guide right when Kail needed one. This would eventually lead to Kail successfully defeating a dragon, news of which Melra worshipers spread to increase Kail's heroic reputation. Kail wonders if everything so far was part of their plot.
The Demon Lord
The future leader of all demons. In the original timeline, the Demon Lord ended the peace made by his predecessor and launched the Great Invasion to wipe out the rest of the humanoid factions who opposed him, but was killed a year later when a suicide squad led by Kail Lenard was able to reach his location. It is then discovered that the Demon Lord had been using the mana of his dead enemies to power up a Divine Dragon's Heart artifact that Kail ends up using in the Demon Lord's place to go back four years in time. The purpose as to why the Demon Lord's overall goal was to go back in time remains one of the stories biggest mysteries.
- Big Bad: Pretty much responsible for the plot.
- Character Death: Died in the original timeline. Kail's suicide squad pushed through the demons to reach the lord's location where Kail defeated the Demon Lord in a one-on-one duel.
- The Faceless: His face was covered by a dark helmet.
- Hidden Agenda Villain: He launched a massive invasion to charge a gem full of Mana via Human Sacrifice and prepared a spell to travel through time, but his reason for doing so remains unknown.
- Horned Humanoid: Noted for being an aversion. All Demons have horns, except him.
- Winged Humanoid: He has black feathered wings, which Louisa notes is rare among Demons.
One of two Demons that infiltrated the Calen City-State. He and Yulriga had been ordered to search for Randalf's holy sword, and return it to the Demon Lord. Ganias' method being to create an explosion using the mana of Calen's dead citizens in order to force the resources within Calen's nearby mountain to the surface (not knowing that Calen's resources have already been used up) in the hopes that it will reveal Randalf's sword to them.
- Arc Villain: He's the primary enemy that Kail's group faces for the Calen arc.
- Character Death: During their one-on-one duel, Kail pushes him into a pool of lava.
- The Dragon: In the original timeline he was one of the Demon Lord's senior lieutenants, and knew information that allowed Kail to successfully assault his castle.
- Mr. Exposition: We learn more about the Demons because of him.
- Leave No Witnesses: He tries to kill Kail and group because they learned of their dealings with the governor, and then tried to kill Yulriga because he wouldn't risk her telling anyone that he lost his horn out of Pride.
- The Plan: His entire plan of locating Randalf's lost sword hinges on killing humans to gather up enough mana from the corpses so that he can create a big enough explosion on Calen's resource mountain.
- The Starscream: In the original timeline Kail considered him to be one, but upon meeting him the second timeline, realized that the first Ganias was a lot more secretive and with held specific knowledge about the Demon Lord out of fanatical loyalty.
- Torture Always Works: Played with. He did reveal information when tortured by Kail in the original timeline, but refused to reveal the most important secrets and took them to the grave.
One of two Demons that infiltrated the Calen City-State to search for Randalf's holy sword. Unlike her partner, she doesn't wish to fight against the humanoid races due to the current Demon Lord wishing to avoid having to resort to violence.
- Badass Pacifist: Possibly due to her orders, she doesn't really bother fighting others and merely lets them wear themselves out the first time. The second time, she doesn't keep fighting seriously because of it.
- Bare-Fisted Monk: She seems to prefer using her body to fight, transforming her skin into scaled armor.
- The Bus Came Back: After Calen, Yulriga was out of the story for the Galgan arc, but reappears in the following Eddos arc as an envoy sent by the Demon Lord to talk with the Dragons.
- The Dragon: Even though she didn't agree with his methods, she assisted Ganias' plan for the Calen arc.
- Friendly Enemy: Her new relationship with Urza and Riize can be considered this.
- Know When to Fold 'Em: She promptly surrenders to Urza and Riize after they land some solid hits on her. Not because she possibly couldn't win, but because she was ordered to return alive and didn't want to kill humans. Since there was no need to prolong things, she simply told them what they wanted to know and tried to leave.
- Miss Exposition: It's because of her that we learn the current Demon Lord didn't want any deaths.
- Stripperiffic: She's wearing even less than Riize and Urza.
- Unskilled, but Strong: Taken advantage of by Riize and Urza during their second fight because she doesn't want to seriously hurt them and she doesn't have experience in fighting on the front-lines. As Kail puts it, 300 years of relative peace have affected the demons too.
- Worthy Opponent: Comes to respect Riize and Urza after their second fight.
LouisaThe current Demon Lord before the demon lord that Kail deals with in the future.
- Doomed by Canon: This is bound to be the case for the demon lord Kail encountered to exist. How it happens has yet to be seen.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: She wants peaceful coexistence between the races. To prove she's serious about this, she has ordered her subordinates not to kill humans.
- Royal "We": Speaks to herself in this form.
- She Is the King: The current Demon Lord is a woman.
The owner of an equipment store that Kail's group makes purchases from when they're passing through the city of Maradd.
- Eyes Always Closed: For the most part. He only opens his eyes when he's shocked by the amount of money Kail and company have.
- Nice Hat: Wears a shopkeeper hat.
- One-Shot Character: He only appears for a brief portion of one chapter where Kail purchases equipment for his comrades using the gold he picked up from the Magic King's Great Labyrinth.
- Open the Iris: Fespa is visibly shocked in disbelief by the sight of the money that Kail is providing him in order to purchase equipment for himself and his comrades.
- Shopkeeper: Runs an equipment store in Maradd.
An old assassin that took in and trained Minagi in the past. Souga was someone who Kail befriended in the original timeline, which comes into play when Kail encounters Minagi again in the new timeline.
- Parental Substitute: Souga took in Minagi to take care of her as if she was his own daughter, and trained her up as his successor.
- Professional Killer: Souga made a name for himself as a master assassin, which impressed King Remonas to give him a job to kill a high-rank noble of the Galgan Empire. It's implied heavily that the job he received was to kill First Prince Eldrand, which Minagi managed to pull off in the original timeline.
- Old Master: Even at 60 years old, he's a good enough assassin capable enough to train up Minagi. However, even he realizes that his age is finally catching up to him.
- The Mentor: A master assassin that trained Minagi in her past.