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    Sayoko Minase 

A schoolgirl from the Amano-Mihashira Academy City, she asks Kuroumaru to help Santa because the latter is unaware of the fact that he is dead. In truth, she's a necromancer that revived Santa and is the one behind the murders in Mahora.

  • Adapted Out: She and the arc surrounding both her and Santa are completely omitted from the anime.
  • Alas, Poor Villain: When the time arrives for Sayoko to fade away, Santa weeps for her because even though she was an insane Yandere who tried to commit omnicide, she was the girl he liked.
  • Arc Villain: The true antagonist for Santa's recruitment arc, after which we don't see her.
  • Ax-Crazy: She's a deranged psycho who murders her victims in gruesome ways. Turns out hosting thousands of evil spirits has destroyed her sanity.
  • Bathroom Stall of Angst: Santa first met her when he found her crying in a bathroom stall of the Old School Building.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: Her attachment to Santa originates from how he wasn't afraid to approach her and become her friend.
  • Body Horror: Kuroumaru cuts her in half, along with her left arm, with a technique made to bifurcate ghosts without harming those they possess, but Sayoko simply uses the miasma in the atmosphere to turn the missing parts of her body into monstrous, spider-like legs and multiple Creepily Long Arms. Kuroumaru can only describe that transformation as an abomination. She changes them into normal-looking jet-black limbs when she realizes Santa is watching her. During her fight with Santa, the lower half of her body degenerates into a grotesque Blob Monster-like mass growing tentacles with Lamprey Mouths.
  • Bully Hunter: In every of her murders, she always targeted privileged students who abused their power and bullied others. When Karin confronts her, Sayoko claims she only kills scumbags that are basically asking to be killed. That's until her short time left and the influence of thousands of evil spirits push her into going full-on Omnicidal Maniac.
  • Chastity Couple: With Santa. They're the closest thing the manga had to an Official Couple for a long time, but the most physically intimate they ever got was a hug before Sayoko leaves him behind to go to the afterlife. Sayoko did try kissing him once only for Santa to pull away in embarrassment.
  • Create Your Own Hero: She empowered Santa originally, and he ends up being the one who managed to stop her in the end.
  • Creepy Shadowed Undereyes: She gets dark circles around her eyes when she's under the influence of evil spirits.
  • Cry Cute: The moments where she breaks away from psycho mode have her crying in such a cute way that you could forget she's a mass-murderer.
  • Cute and Psycho: She can smile like a sweet girl one minute and go full-on homicidal maniac the next. Santa feels conflicted by this because he's attracted to Sayoko's cute side, but finds her psycho side terrifying. Before Sayoko vanishes, Santa figures out her cute personality was an act, but turns out he still likes her when she's scary.
  • Dark Action Girl: Within the span of Santa's introductory arc, Sayoko zombified most of the campus, and used various clever tactics to ensure a swift victory over Touta, Kuroumaru, Ikkuu and Kirie.
  • Dark Is Evil: Not only is she a necromancer so potent she can turn nearly the entire campus into ghouls, but it's also clear her motives are far less savoury than she suggests to Santa.
  • Dating Catwoman: She loves Santa very much and he cannot help to still have feelings for her even though he finds what she does horrifying and agrees she must be stopped at all costs.
  • Died in Your Arms Tonight: After Santa releases her from the control of the evil spirits, Sayoko Disappears into Light in his arms. She's briefly brought back by Kirie's reset power so she can say goodbye to Santa while in her right mind.
  • Disappears into Light: She vanishes in a rain of flower petals.
  • Dull Eyes of Unhappiness: All shine disappears from her eyes whenever the corrupted souls take control over her.
  • Dying as Yourself: She dies happy once Santa succeeds in talking her back to her senses, as she is now freed of all those hateful spirits.
  • Dying Declaration of Love: Before passing on, she tells Santa that she loved him.
  • Even Evil Can Be Loved: Santa deeply cares about Sayoko despite her sheer madness and ambitions of omnicide, as he can understand the cruelty of humankind made Sayoko into an insane monster.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: She's a nutjob who wants to get rid of all the scum of the Earth indiscriminately, but her attachment to Santa is the real deal.
  • Evil Wears Black: She dresses in a black Sailor Fuku, is the Serial Killer that has been targeting students at the academy for about 80 years and later attempts to destroy the world with a Zombie Apocalypse.
  • Exorcist Head: Her head turns 360 degrees as she recites a Madness Mantra when Santa asks her why she's trying to kill all mankind.
  • Faux Affably Evil: She puts on a charming demeanor and speaks politely when addressing the Numbers, but she's a totally Ax-Crazy psycho who starts a Zombie Apocalypse to kill everyone on Earth.
  • Flower in Her Hair: She has a headband with flowers decorating her hair.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: It seems she was a regular girl with some talent for magic. Then she died somehow and returned as a Vengeful Ghost to kill bullies, becoming the host of thousands of evil spirits to obtain more power. Now, she's horror personified.
  • Go Out with a Smile: She smiles happily as she bids her final goodbye to Santa before passing on to the afterlife.
  • Gory Discretion Shot: Whatever she did to Santa's killers was so bad he ran away and she had to change his memories. We are not allowed to see this.
  • Graceful Loser: After Santa manages to stop her and Kirie turns back time to undo the Zombie Apocalypse, Sayoko dignifiedly accepts her defeat and leaves to the afterlife without causing more trouble (although not without pretending to start the apocalypse all over again as a joke).
  • Humanoid Abomination: She was human once and still looks like it most of the time. Her current self, however, is practically nothing but the representation of countless corrupted souls.
  • Innocently Insensitive: A rather dark take on it. She goes after Santa's killers and does something to them, but leaves them alive for Santa to finish them off. Instead of being happy about her "gift", Santa runs away from her and asks her to erase him, now thinking of her as a crazy monster.
  • Intangibility: As a ghost like Santa, she also has the ability to make herself and anyone she touches intangible. This is how she murdered all the students by phasing their bodies through concrete and making them fuse with it.
  • Knight of Cerebus: While the series started out somewhat bloodier than its predecessor, she ramped up the threat and violence level.
  • Last Request: As she begins to fade away, Sayoko pleads Santa to not go to the afterlife with her yet and stay in the world of the living "in her place".
  • Many Spirits Inside of One: She is classified by Karin as an "Onryou", a vengeful god-like being who has become an amalgam of the spirits of at least 340,000 people who died in torment. Her original personality is all but gone as a result. All that is left is the hate.
  • Mask of Sanity: She tries her best to appear sane and understanding in front of Santa, even though the latter becomes increasingly terrified by the amount of chaos she causes.
  • Memory-Wiping Crew: After a very bad fallout, she altered all of Santa's memories of their meeting and his death.
  • Mysterious Past: Whatever her past was before she met Santa is a complete mystery. All we get is Karin speculating that Sayoko was a young girl with an affinity for magic who died somehow and became the vessel for thousands of evil spirits.
  • Necromancer: She identifies herself as one, and has in fact used her powers to revive Santa after the latter committed suicide. She also turns most of the campus into ghouls following her reveal, and the end of Chapter 55 has a news channel announce that various parts of the world have been infected as well. Later in the series, Ku:Nel and Dana comment on the fact that Santa was made so well that she must have been among the best in the world.
  • Non-Human Lover Reveal: She didn't tell Santa that she was a ghost until he died and she made him into a ghost too. Santa was actually happy about it because if both were ghosts, they could be together forever.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: She unleashes a world-wide Zombie Apocalypse to destroy all of humanity.
  • People Puppets: She bites Kirie to make sure she's under her control, at one time talking in unison. Then, when Touta and Kuroumaru try to attack her together, she reveals that she developed a particular strand of hair that zombifies an immortal like Kuroumaru, stabbing Touta in the process.
  • Please Don't Leave Me: Santa ran away from her and asked her to erase him after she did something horrifying to his murderers. Sayoko begged him to stay with her because she wouldn't bear to spend the last few years she had left all alone, but Santa still wanted to disappear. Not wanting to erase Santa, Sayoko altered his memories so he would forget about his own death.
  • Poisonous Friend: She will make sure anyone who threatens or hurts her dear Santa pays for it. Taken Up to Eleven when she unleashes a Zombie Apocalypse to destroy the world that allowed Santa to die so tragically since that's what he said he wanted (even though he clearly wasn't in his right mind at the moment).
  • Powered by a Forsaken Child: She's empowered by tying herself to thousands of corrupted souls of people who died in agony and misery.
  • Prehensile Hair: She can freely manipulate the growth and movement of her hair, using it to immobilize and attack her enemies.
  • Satellite Love Interest: Her character is entirely linked to Santa and his backstory. She exited the plot as soon as Santa's story arc was over.
  • School Uniforms Are the New Black: She's always seen wearing a Sailor Fuku.
  • Serial Killer: She's the one behind the series of murders on the campus for the past 80 years.
  • Shadow Archetype: Sayoko is essentially what Santa would be if he took his hatred of bullying and social inequality to the most gruesome extreme possible.
  • Slasher Smile: As much as killing intent as she possesses, her expression appropriately contorts into a psychotic grin whenever she's in control of the situation.
  • Stepford Smiler: The mentally unstable type. She often has a smile in her face when she's completely insane and murderous.
  • Stringy-Haired Ghost Girl: A variation. Sayoko is clearly meant to be an onryou-type ghost, but her hair doesn't obscure her face which lets her pass off as a Cute Ghost Girl when not in psycho mode. That said, her thirst for revenge and bloodlust are still something to be greatly feared.
  • Suicidal Cosmic Temper Tantrum: Sayoko feels sick at all the injustice and suffering in the world. Knowing she will vanish soon anyway, she attempts to wipe out Earth's population with a global Zombie Apocalypse.
  • This Is Unforgivable!: She made clear she wouldn't let Santa's bullies get away with the crime of murdering him. When she caught them, she did something so horrifying to them that we aren't allowed to see it.
  • Too Powerful to Live: She managed to bypass Karin's immortality with mental attacks and then bury her 1000 meters below ground, rip Ikkuu apart, infect Kirie and Kuroumaru, and keep Touta down for an extended period of time. Had she not been stopped by Santa at the end of their arc, Sayoko would've carried on the infection of the entire world. No wonder she was offed as soon as her arc was over.
  • Troll: After Santa manages to stop her and time gets rewinded by Kirie, Sayoko makes it look like she's going to start the Zombie Apocalypse all over again. As everyone is freaking out, Sayoko goes "Just kidding!" and leaves to the afterlife.
  • Violently Protective Girlfriend: Horrifically so. She mutilated Santa's bullies after they killed him and wants to eliminate anyone who tries to hurt him. Even Santa is freaked out by her protective efforts.
  • Walking Spoiler: Talking about her role in the school arc is difficult since we were led to believe that Santa was the serial killer.
  • Winged Humanoid: When fighting, she turns several strands of her hair into pitch-black wings in order to fly around.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: Sayoko apparently used something like a downgraded version of the Life-Maker's Resonance to gather power from thousands of evil spirits and make herself into a god-class Vengeful Ghost. In exchange, her mind has been completely consumed by the hatred of the spirits and there's probably nothing of her original self left.
  • Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: Her mind and spirit were utterly broken by carrying the hatred and suffering of thousands of tormented human souls. Since she's screwed anyway, Sayoko unleashes a Zombie Apocalypse into the world to bring everyone down with her.
  • Yandere: A grossly exaggerated example towards Santa. Despite her methods, she's quite dedicated to him, basing many of her whims on Santa's condition; when she thinks Santa is being mistreated at school ever since he got resurrected, she slowly started hating the world, and when he himself started loathing the campus for shunning him, Sayoko begins a sinister plan to infect the rest of the world, with the rationale that this is what Santa wished for.
  • Your Days Are Numbered: She states several times that her time is running out for some reason. So, she decides to take the whole world down with her before she vanishes.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: She wears black thigh high stockings with her school uniform.

    Gravity Blade / Kurobo 

Voiced by: Ryota Takeuchi (JP)

The Gravity Blade created by Albireo Imma. It is found by Touta in the underground cave beneath UQ Holder's headquarters.

  • Black Swords Are Better: Its blade is colored black.
  • Cool Sword: The Gravity Blade is a black katana that is able to alter the effect gravity has on it. It can be rendered completely weightless for effortless wielding, or it can increase its own mass to insane levels, giving it enormous striking power. The highest setting Touta has used thus far is the "10,000x" gravity multiplier, giving the sword an apparent weight of 500 tons. It was created by Albireo Imma, a master of gravity magic.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: It doesn't like the name "Kurobo/Sidestick" given to it by Touta.
  • Excalibur in the Stone: Parodied. Touta finds it impaled in a stone at what looks like Albireo Imma's old residence. Jinbei stated the sword belonged to any who could pull it out, but no one has been able to. Turns out the sword has a weight-modifying dial that had been set to several tons. Touta just has to turn it back down, and the sword slides right out.
  • Gravity Master: It can manipulate gravity to change its weight according to its dial.
  • I Call It "Vera": Touta names the Gravity Blade Kurobo after he learns it can talk.
  • Katanas Are Just Better: It's a katana.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Touta nicknames the Gravity Blade "Kurobo/Sidestick" the moment he learns it can talk. The Gravity Blade claims to have a formal name, but Touta isn't interested in hearing it.
  • Talking Weapon: After over 50 chapters of being wielded by Touta, the sword turns out to be capable of speech, but doesn't reveal this until Touta is speaking to it when nobody else is around. In the anime, however, Touta finds it because he heard it talk.

    Laszlo / Afro the Forever 

Voiced by: Kenjiro Tsuda (JP)

A junk shop owner and participant of the Mahora Martial Arts Tournament Preliminaries, he tries to recruit Touta into his team.

  • Demoted to Extra: His role in the anime is reduced to a cameo in the final episodes.
  • Funny Afro: A big poofy one.
  • Hidden Depths: He first appears a bit ungrateful and manipulative in dealing with Touta, but he turns out to be able to peg Touta as a runaway in a glance and only wants to win the tournament to prove the effectiveness of his friend's magic apps.
  • Kill Steal: How he and Touta met. Touta accidentally intervened to save him while he was in a preliminary fight, taking all the points he could have gotten.
  • Powers as Programs: He not only uses, but develops Magic Apps.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The loud and braggart red to Ray's friendly blue.

    Ray Chikage 

A magic app developer, who runs the junk shop with Afro.

  • Adapted Out: He didn't get to appear in the anime.
  • Dark-Skinned Blond: His skin is noticeably tan and his hair is noticeably light.
  • Genius Cripple: He's bound to a wheelchair, and Afro praises him as being much more talented at developing the apps Afro uses.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The sociable and collected blue to Afro's brash red.
  • Supreme Chef: He's a decent cook if his stew is anything to go by.


Voiced by: Yuki Matsuoka (JP), Shanae'a Moore (EN)

A younger version of Yukihime Touta meets when training under Dana. She comes from the time where Evangeline had just recently been made an immortal vampire and Dana took her to her castle to train her.

  • Adapted Out: She doesn't appear in the anime as a result of Dana's training arc being omitted. Most of her meetings with Touta were adapted into a non-serial OVA, though.
  • Affectionate Nickname: Dana and Touta call her "Kitty". It apparently was her mother's pet name for her.
  • Beautiful Dreamer: Touta blushes as he contemplates Kitty's sleeping face.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: Touta was the first person who treated her with kindness ever since the Life-Maker turned her into an immortal and his words of encouragement helped her find the will to live. He became her First Love and she wanted to see him again no matter how many years passed for her.
  • Being Evil Sucks: She becomes the universally hated Demon Queen after she continually massacred the enemies she attracted to herself. And she hates herself for it. Touta even points out she's acting like a pathetic loser instead of a great villainess.
  • Break the Cutie: Touta gave her the courage to have hope in her future again. 287 years of having to kill people in self-defense drove her to despair again.
  • Broken Bird: She was orphaned and wandered starving in the cold until Dana picked her up. It's unsurprising that Kitty believes her future holds nothing but despair. She temporarily recovers thanks to Touta's pep talk. 287 years later, Kitty is even more miserable than before as the result of becoming a persecuted mass murderer.
  • Bullying a Dragon: How she became The Dreaded. Because of the Life-Maker's experiments and Dana's Training from Hell, Kitty was made into an uber-powerful immortal mage. After she freed a town from the control of some evil mages, people started persecuting Kitty because No Good Deed Goes Unpunished and any person who attacked her got killed by her. Nobody seemed to learn it was a terrible idea to mess with Kitty and this went on for centuries. As Dana pointed out, Kitty's torment would have ended if she hasn't been too powerful for anyone to kill her.
  • Cry Cute: She tearfully asks Touta to not make her wait for them to meet again, knowing several years will pass for her before she can see him again.
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: While she initially tries to keep her distance from Touta, she opens up to him as they interact.
  • Do Not Call Me "Paul": She doesn't appear to like being called Evangeline and only gives Touta permission to call her "Kitty".
  • Does Not Like Shoes: She's barefoot the first few times Touta meets with her, but she shows up wearing shoes later.
  • Don't You Dare Pity Me!: When Touta peeks at her sad memories by accident, Kitty gets so pissed that she physically attacks him and runs away from him, telling him she doesn't want his pity.
  • Evil Wears Black: Invoked. During her final meeting with Touta, she wears a gothic black dress to fit the image of the evil Demon Queen she built for herself after she killed countless people (even if she did it because they tried to kill her first).
  • The Fog of Ages: She completely forgot all about Touta and their promise to meet again after 287 years of killing the people hunting her down. She does remember everything when Touta goes to see her in the past.
  • Good Girl Gone Bad: She starts off as a good-hearted and sweet girl who helps Touta with his training. Then she made herself into the enemy of the magic society and began killing anyone who attacked her, which only earned her more and more enemies. A few hundreds of years later, she has become an infamous villainess and a shell of her former self.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She's an even better example than her present-day self, being far younger, more openly helpful and less distant while also having Eva/Yukihime's extremely long blonde hair.
  • Hair Reboot: When an assassin cuts off her head, her hair grows back to its original length once she reattaches her head.
  • Horror Hunger: As a (fake) vampire, she gets cravings for blood, as seen when she sucks Touta's blood out of hunger. When he sees her do this, Touta wonders why he never gets the urge to drink blood.
  • I Am a Monster: She thinks the treatment she gets as the evil Demon Queen is all well-deserved since she never stopped killing those who attacked her and ended up creating her own hell as a result.
  • I Will Wait for You: Every time Touta met with her, Kitty had to wait several years for the next chance to see him again due to the time intervals at Dana's castle being so random. For their final meeting, she promises to wait 287 years for Touta to finish Dana's trial in four days just so they could see each other one more time. Although Kitty forgot about their promise after so many years passed for her, she remembered it the moment Touta literally punched his way into the past to see her. Sadly, they couldn't have a happy reunion because Kitty was too ashamed of her murderous actions as the Demon Queen to face Touta. After he was forced to leave the past, Kitty apparently spent the following centuries waiting for her next chance to see Touta again.
  • An Ice Person: As expected from a younger Yukihime, Kitty is an ice mage.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: She's still young, inexperienced, and not yet as cynical as her also blue-eyed present-day self. That is until she becomes the Demon Queen.
  • Kid from the Future: Inverted. Because Dana's castle is a Place Beyond Time, Kitty keeps running into Touta, unaware that he's her foster son from the future. It only gets weirder when they find themselves in a peculiar Time-Travel Romance.
  • Kill It with Ice: When some assassins come after her, Kitty uses a spell that freezes their bodies solid and then has them explode into ice shards.
  • Killing in Self-Defense: Kitty killed many people in the 287 years she was separated from Touta, but they all kind of asked for it by picking a fight with her first.
  • Marionette Master: She already knows some doll magic, as seen when she performs a dance show with an inanimate Chachazero. Later on, she can control a small army of human-sized dolls.
  • Merlin and Nimue: She helps Touta control the ki and mana inside him. Touta falls in love with Kitty and due to time travel, he becomes Eva's First Love.
  • Ms. Exposition: She informs Touta that he's some sort of homunculus with the power of Magia Erebea and Magic Cancel inside his body. She also explains his training with hula hoops will help him bring out the two Mutually Exclusive Magics inside him and teaches him about kanka so he can get off his Training from Hell more easily.
  • No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: When Touta sees how she's doing 287 years later, Kitty has become The Dreaded with many enemies hunting her down. According to Dana, Kitty freed a town from the control of a group of evil mages. That earned her quite a few enemies who tried to kill her. With every one she killed in self-defense, more and more swore vengeance against her.
  • An Odd Place to Sleep: Touta one time finds Kitty sleeping on a railing at Dana's floating castle.
  • Older Than She Looks: She's 16 when Touta first meets her and keeps getting older every time Touta sees her again, but it's hard to notice because she always looks like a ten-year-old.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Touta and Dana only call her Kitty and her real name Evangeline is used just once in one of her flashbacks. This is to differentiate her from her present-day self.
  • Perspective Flip: Her OVA shows her meetings with Touta from her point-of-view.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair is as long as she is tall.
  • Red Baron: After a few centuries of murdering hundreds in self-defense, people started calling her "Demon Queen".
  • Relatively Flimsy Excuse: Kitty lies to Touta by claiming to be a distant relative of the Evangeline he knows. Touta realizes Kitty really is Evangeline from 700 years in the past when he spies on her memories by accident.
  • Satellite Love Interest: She only appears in one arc where the main focus is on the Time-Travel Romance between her and Touta. She never even interacts with any other characters aside from Touta because her single function is to influence and be influenced by him.
  • Shana Clone: An eternally ten-year-old little girl with blonde Rapunzel Hair who gets Tsundere around the protagonist and becomes his Love Interest.
  • She Cleans Up Nicely: The first time Touta sees her, she's wearing nothing but a ragged cloak. She later discards it for a fancy dress and Touta says she looks cute in it.
  • Spirit Advisor: She leaves a mental copy of herself inside Touta's mind so she can give him advice to figure out how to properly use Magia Erebea.
  • Stepford Smiler: When Touta sees her as the Demon Queen, Kitty forces herself to look happy about their reunion despite obviously being miserable at the moment. Touta hates how fake her smile is.
  • Street Performer: She says she made a living as a street dancer while she was on the run.
  • Sympathetic Murderer: When Touta watches her brutally freezing and shattering her attackers into pieces, the one who looks the most miserable is Kitty. She obviously hates the things she has to do to defend herself from the enemies she has earned through the centuries.
  • These Hands Have Killed: She couldn't bare to face Touta after he sees her in the middle of her reign as "Demon Queen" due to the massive amount of death and destruction she caused.
    Kitty: I've killed too many people. I will never be forgiven.
  • Through His Stomach: She prepares a feast for Touta to express her gratitude to him for encouraging her to live on.
  • Time-Travel Romance: She keeps meeting with Touta during his training at Dana's extradimensional castle and the two fall for each other. She later figures out he comes from a different time period from her and is saddened by the fact they cannot be together like that. For Squick side effect, Kitty crushed on Touta unaware that he's her future adopted son.
  • Took a Level in Badass: She's fairly weak when Dana has just brought her to the castle. As years pass and she trains, Kitty grows stronger until she reaches the all-powerful level her present-day self is known for.
  • Tsundere: She acts unfriendly around Touta at first because she thinks she shouldn't accept anyone's help. Once he befriends her, Kitty becomes nicer and helps him out a lot.
  • Unlimited Wardrobe: She's seen in a different dress in every of her encounters with Touta.
  • Vampire Dance: She performs a little ballet show for Touta who is so entranced by it that he thinks Kitty looks like an angel instead of a vampire.
  • Who Wants to Live Forever?: Kitty claims her life has been a never-ending nightmare ever since she was made immortal. She outright tells Touta the best thing he could do to help her is to kill her. Touta instead tells her that many good things will happen to her if she lives long enough, which motivates Kitty to try and enjoy her immortality. 287 years of massacring her enemies once again convinces Kitty that being immortal is an eternal hell.

    Nagi Springfield 

Voiced by: Takehito Koyasu (Japanese), Alan Brincks (English)

Touta's great-grandfather and Negi's father. Yukihime was in love with him and he was responsible for trapping her inside Mahora during Negima.

  • Demonic Possession: He was the Mage of the Beginning's host before Negi. He's freed from her control in both timelines, but ended up dead in the one without Asuna.
  • Has a Type: In the timeline with Asuna, Nagi gets remarried to Eva who is a blonde Tsundere with a misconceived criminal reputation like his first wife Arika.
  • Mayfly–December Romance: The immortal (fake) vampire Eva had a crush on Nagi, a mortal man about 700 years younger than her. The feeling didn't appear to be mutual, but they got married at some point in the timeline with Asuna. Still, Eva most definitely will outlive Nagi unless he also becomes immortal.
  • Offscreen Romance: According to a picture from the timeline A Prime, Eva and Nagi got married there. Like Negi and Chisame, it's never shown or explained how that came to be. The marriage is especially strange in this case because Nagi only ever seemed annoyed by Eva's stalking, so one has to wonder what changed his mind so drastically.
  • Posthumous Character: He's long dead in the timeline where UQ Holder takes place.
  • Replacement Goldfish: Retroactively. It seems Yukihime felt attracted to Nagi because of his similarities to his great-grandson Touta, who she fell for hundreds of years before Nagi because of Time Travel shenanigans.
  • Second Love: Contrary to what was initially believed, Nagi was actually the second man Eva ever loved. Before him, there was Touta, his great-grandson from the future. A picture from the timeline where Asuna is around shows Eva becomes Nagi's second wife there. It's never mentioned what happened to Nagi's first wife Arika. Meanwhile in the timeline with no Asuna, Nagi couldn't be saved and Eva moved on from Nagi to Negi. Eva thinks it's ridiculous that another version of her managed to get Nagi.
  • Teacher/Parent Romance: Eva was Nagi's son's magic teacher and she was in love with Nagi. Although, he never seemed interested in her that way and trapped her inside Mahora just to put a stop to her stalking. According to Dana, however, Nagi married Eva in the timeline A Prime.
  • Unexplained Recovery: Negi rips his heart out to get the Life-Maker out of his body. In the timeline A Prime, Nagi inexplicably survives by a miracle and fully recovers a couple of years later. That timeline's Fate and Dana have a hunch the Life-Maker may have something to do with it. Nagi wasn't so lucky in the Asuna-less timeline, though.
  • Walking Spoiler: It's difficult to talk about his role in UQ Holder without giving away his fate in both timelines.

    Albert Chamomile 

The perverted ermine who was once Negi's sidekick. He comes back now with the form of a mustached old man.

  • Black Bead Eyes: He has a pair of black dots for eyes even in his human form.
  • Cool Old Guy: While still a panty-stealing pervert, this elderly Chamo is an amicable fellow.
  • Dirty Old Man: Old age didn't make any less of a pervert at all.
  • High-Class Glass: He wears a monocle now he's in elderly age.
  • Humanity Ensues: He now spends most of the time in the form of an old man, only going back to his true ermine form occasionally.
  • Impossible Theft: At some point, he mastered Rakan's skill for stealing a girl's panties while she's wearing them.
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: He's still the same Dirty Old Man obsessed with female underwear and his perverted antics are played for comedy like before.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: His human form's design stands out as more skinny-looking, big-nosed and cartoonish next to the rest of the cast.
  • Panty Thief: The first thing he does when he's reintroduced is to steal the panties of all the girls in Touta's harem.

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