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Voiced by: Naoko Watanabe (OVA), Miki Nagasawa (TV series)

  • Adaptational Jerkass: She was made incredibly creepy and smug in the OVA, whereas the manga had established her as only mildly cold, and most of it to mask some inner insecurities.
  • Adaptational Wimp: Perhaps because it focuses on her more vulnerable and human side, the TV series downplays a lot her manipulative skills and array of vampiric powers, and instead has her angsting, using only her fire powers and needing rescue by Larva more often. However, she does not need anymore to spell the name of the Shinma in order to seal them as in the OVA, although it might be more of a thing of the series's dynamics than her own skillset.
  • Adaptation Personality Change: Her personality varies greatly between continuities. In the OVA, Miyu is portrayed as a twisted, whimsical trickster who presents herself in a grandiloquent manner and enjoys toying with people. In stark contrast, the TV series shows her as serious, collected and soft-spoken, as well as much more caring and kind-hearted, and definitively more of a conventional hero. Her original manga personality, finally, could be considered an intermediate step between both, albeit featuring a certain amount of sensitivity and self-doubt that is not present in any.
  • Anti-Hero: She fights for a goal that will make the world safer for humans and other lifeforms, but the events in her life have left her unable to care very much for people.
  • Breath Weapon: In the OVA, she shuts off Raen's Will-o'-the-Wisp lights by blowing at them.
  • Broken Bird: In all continuities, her family life and adolescence were destroyed in the process of becoming a vampire.
  • Cherry Blossoms: Some of her powers in the OVA involve this, although she never uses it as actively as Yui.
  • Crippling Overspecialization: While very nimble, most of Miyu's offensive abilities are psychic in nature, forcing her to trust Larva to handle the physical aspect of the fighting. If her powers fail to work and he's not around, she can only resort to Combat Parkour to wait for a chance.
  • Dark Magical Girl: Toyed with. She's not only the main character, but she's the one who seeks out friendship instead, at least in some versions.
  • Dhampyr: Daughter of a vampire and a human.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: She is barefoot whenever she goes hunting, sporting either just a red ribbon around her right foot or nothing at all down there. The OVA and manga imply she adopted the habit because she had lost her sandals just before waking up as a vampire, while the TV series hints her white hunting kimono without footwear is a sort of uniform for her kind. In any case, she has been this way over both snow and burning sands, so she clearly does not care about it. It may cross also into Undead Barefooter considering she is a vampire.
  • Friendly Neighborhood Vampire: Strictly speaking, she only feeds on people who would benefit to some degree from the Lotus-Eater Machine induced by her bites. The only time she is suspected of being drinking blood at random, she is compared to an animal.
  • Good Is Not Nice: She does what she can, and occasionally feels regret for those she can't help, but in the end her job is to banish Shinma and absolutely not to protect or save people. She's not above using mortals as bait or even killing them to get to Shinma, if necessary. The OVA turns this Up to Eleven and make her almost a Nominal Hero.
  • Guile Hero: The girl is frighteningly manipulative and good at playing people, especially in the OVA and in spin offs like Vampire Yui and Vampire Princess. Very, very few people are able to outsmart her.
  • The Fatalist: A side effect of recovering from her life trauma. She believes the only way to escape fate is death.
  • Healing Factor: Although she rarely needs it, her vampire body gives her one. The most egregious time was when she is stabbed through the torso in the TV series and survives to tell it.
  • Hunter of His Own Kind: Miyu and her mother are as much Shinmas as the enemies they hunt.
  • Improbable Hairstyle: She has an elaborate hairstyle in the shape of a single odango bun with a long lock free.
  • Kiss of the Vampire: Notably because she has no visible fangs. The act itself is usually hidden.
  • Iconic Outfit: Her white short kimono.
  • I Have the High Ground: Loves to do this in all continuities, often over a torii.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: Until she accepted her task.
  • I Know Your True Name: In the OVA, she must first learn the Shinma's name before sealing them.
  • Lady of Black Magic: Extremely elegant and aloof as she uses her ruby-red flames.
  • Limited Wardrobe: In the anime series, we only see her in school uniform or her white hunting uniform. In the OVA series, however, she has a different kimono every episode along with another school uniform.
  • Mind over Matter: She has telekinetic powers, which she employs to levitate around and use objects as weapons. Barely uses them in the TV series, though.
  • Musical Assassin: In the anime series, she plays a small flute when appearing to her enemies. It is only to announce herself, though.
  • Older Than They Look: Justified Trope, since she was granted eternal youth by the Shinma so she could take all the time she needed in catching the runaways.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: She is a rather powerful and atypical kind, as she has several of the classical vampire powers yet apparently none of their usual weaknesses (and given that her mother didn't have them either, it cannot be attributed to Miyu being a Dhampyr). She doesn't have even fangs or an uncontrollable need for blood, and it seems to be impossible to physically differentiate her from a regular human girl if not by her abilities. Additionally, she has the ability to leave her victims in perpetual dream trances, something even less common in vampire lore.
  • Playing with Fire: Her signature attacks. She uses them in all continuities to finish off opponents, and in the TV series, to do most of her fighting.
  • Power Floats: She can levitate, and is constantly doing so in the OVA.
  • Squishy Wizard: While not too squishy given she has superhuman agility and somewhat of a Healing Factor, she is not a hand-to-hand fighter, and instead fights using her dimensional and pyrokinetic magic.
  • The Stoic: Common to all portrayals it is that she doesn't get flustered easily, or at least not noticeably.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: In the TV series.
  • Supernatural Gold Eyes: As a vampire.
  • Tender Tears: In the manga, she's much more emotional than in other media. Justified Trope, as some parts depict Miyu's early days as a Shinma hunter so she still was a Naïve Newcomer to the whole deal.
  • Uncanny Valley Girl: Her calm, somewhat ethereal demeanor is present in all versions of her character.
  • Vegetarian Vampire: Downplayed. Miyu is picky about her victims, does not drink that much quantity (this might be because she is pretty petite) and the side effect of her bites sometimes helps people, but she still drinks blood and has no compunctions about it. Her mother wanted her to become a more proper example, but she rejected it.
  • Violently Protective Girlfriend: Her bond with Larva is sometimes romantic and sometimes not in continuities, but she is always fiercely protective of him.
    Miyu: I won't return you to the Darkness. You, I will burn to ashes!
  • What Have I Become?: She says this word by word after biting and accidentally killing one of her classmates in the fourth OVA.


Voiced by: Kaneto Shiozawa (OVA and CD dramas), Shin-ichiro Miki (TV series)
  • Abled in the Adaptation: Inverted. The OVA states his face and voice were sealed away, so he cannot speak nor remove his mask. In the TV series and original manga, he can do both, although still rarely does.
  • Absurdly Sharp Claws: His main weapons are his red long fingernails, which can cut even through energy attacks.
  • Adaptational Badass: In the TV series, he has a large scythe aside from his claws and Miyu's fire. In turn, however, he actively dislikes using the latter.
  • Badass in Distress: When captured by Lemures in the third OVA.
  • Battle Butler
  • Becoming the Mask: Became Miyu's servant after losing to her, but developed empathy towards her plight.
  • Big Damn Heroes: His trademark (and almost only) way to appear is in a Dynamic Entry to help Miyu.
  • Bodyguard Crush: Depending on the continuity, his bond with Miyu is sometimes portrayed as romantic in nature.
  • Facial Markings: Mask example. Tear drop shaped ones on his cheeks.
  • Femme Fatalons: A rare male example.
  • Playing with Fire: He shares Miyu's fire powers due to his servant bond with her, but doesn't like to use it because it brings him bad memories.
  • Power Floats: Although not as much as Miyu, among other things because he moves little and has a cloth that obscures his body, he can basically levitate.
  • The Quiet One: In the TV series and manga, where it is by choice that he doesn't talk much.
  • Mask Power
  • Tall, Dark, and Handsome
  • The Voiceless: In the OVA, his voice was sealed upon having the mask placed on his face.
  • Your Size May Vary: His height is not easy to measure due to his long robe and levitating powers, but it varies between continuities and even scenes judging for whenever he stands behind Miyu. He is sometimes just relatively tall by western standards, while other times he genuinely looks like a 8 ft giant.

     Characters from several continuities 

Miyu's parents

Voiced by: Masako Ikeda (OVA, mother), Mayumi Shou (TV series, mother), Kiyonobu Suzuki (OVA, father)
  • Adaptation Expansion: The plot point that they are sealed away by the Japanese Shinma first appeared in the OVA, which aired after the manga's first volume. In the latter, it was implied she was fighting Shinma entirely by her own will instead.
  • The Ageless: This is what leads to the whole crisis in the OVA in the first place, even though they're Shinma themselves, their particular bloodline is fully mortal and Miyu's mom is getting on years so Miyu should have been groomed to be the next Guardian.
  • Big Fancy House: In the original OVA, they owed a very pretty traditional Japanese home. It was located atop of a hill near Nara... the place where the fourth OVA takes place.
  • Broken Bird: Miyu's mother
  • Empty Shell: Miyu's dad, since Miyu's mom drank his blood before marrying him, which she regrets due to the terrible effects. It's actually so bad that when the Shinma came to claim Miyu as the Guardian and both his wife and daughter ran away, he simply stood there quietly, allowing the Shinma to capture him.
  • Mama Bear: Miyu's mother tried to save her from becoming the Guardian by force. By either considering to kill her (manga) or giving her her own blood (OVA). It didn't work, obviously.
  • Parents in Distress: They're now hostages of the Japanese Shinma, frozen in time and in an eternal sleep in an alternate dimension between the Darkness and Earth. Miyu has to catch all the runaways to get them free.
  • The Voiceless: Miyu's dad, with the OVA being the only exception.


Voiced by: Mika Kanai (TV series)
  • Anti-Magic: His eye can nullify enemy spells.
  • Canon Immigrant: He was an addition to the TV series, likely to capitalize the Mons Series fad of the nineties. However, after the series aired, he "appeared" in the manga in the form of a key chain with his exact shape, with Miyu commenting it looked like a plushie named Shiina she used to have. He finally ended up making proper appearances as himself.
  • Forgot About His Powers: It's shown that he has a form of offensive Anti-Magic spell, but he only does it exactly once in the TV series, despite it would have been pretty useful at several other instances.
  • Mad Eye: His right eye, which gives him scrying powers, is huge, bloodshot and usually hidden behind one of his bunny-like ears.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter
  • Seers: More exactly, if you look into his sort-of Evil Eye, you can see stuff that is normally invisible.

Reiha and Matsukaze

Voiced by: Megumi Ogata (TV series)
  • Adaptational Attractiveness: Matsukaze. In the TV series, he is a traditional Japanese doll which can only levitate, while in the manga he looks just like a human child and can move naturally.
  • Adaptation Origin Connection: Inverted. In the anime series, she was the daughter of a yuki-onna and a human guardian of Miyu's bloodline, and knew her back when they were children. In the manga, she is a ruler of a boundary of the Shinma world who only meets Miyu due to a fleeing subject of her.
  • Affably Evil: Reiha is soft-spoken, calm, always has a cold smile on her lips... and is a frightening opponent.
  • Always Someone Better: While neither Miyu nor Reiha acknowledges it explicitly, the latter has proved to be able to overpower consistently the former.
  • An Ice Person: She is a yuki-onna.
  • Anti-Hero: Bordering nominal hero.
  • Canon Immigrant: She appeared first in the TV series and later in the manga.
  • Creepy Doll: Matsukaze, who seems to be a mouthpiece for Reiha's hate for Miyu.
  • Lady of Black Magic: Reiha is even more aloof than Miyu and mercilessly attacks others using ice.
  • Facial Markings: A sign on her forehead, which appeared after her powers woke up.
  • Good Is Not Nice: Reiha fights the runaway Shinmas and all, but she's not concerned with the bystanders at all (whereas Miyu sometimes gets Pet the Dog moments towards them and values the few human friends she does have) and openly antagonizes Miyu.
  • Harmless Freezing: Averted. It looks harmless, but it's just as deadly.
  • Losing Your Head: She calmly picks up her own head after being decapitated and swears revenge as she returns to the Darkness.
  • The Rival: To Miyu, complete with thematically opposite powers.
  • Squishy Wizard: Even more than Miyu, as she remains mostly stationary when fighting and her ice magic seems to be stronger than Miyu's fire powers (or at least to be used more liberally).
  • Uncanny Valley Girl
  • The Unfavorite: Reiha hates Miyu to death because her father, one of her collaborators, died protecting Miyu and called out to her in his last breath instead of recalling his own daughter.
  • Winter Royal Lady: In the manga.


Voiced by: Yūji Mitsuya (OVA)


Voiced by: Yuri Shiratori (TV series)
  • Adaptation Origin Connection: In the anime series, she was merely a mook of Garline. In her incorporation to the manga in 1998, she became a relative to Larva, specifically a cousin to him and sister to Carua.
  • Canon Immigrant: She appeared first in the TV series, appearing as an ally to Garline, and later in the manga, where she worked with Carua and Lemnia (the latter being the younger brother of Lemures, the manga character Garline was based on).
  • Fille Fatale: Looks like a highschooler, yet behaves like her namesake.
  • Musical Assassin: In the TV series, she plays an ocarina which can cause pain to her victims.


Voiced by: Mayumi Shou (OVA)


     Characters from the OVA 

Characters from the OVA

Himiko Se

Voiced by: Mami Koyama
  • Audience Surrogate: We witness the story through her eyes
  • Beauty Mark: Under her right eye
  • Canon Foreigner: Created especially for the OVA's, though Mami Koyama also is the narrator of the CD dramas.
  • The Cynic: Implied to be due to everything she has seen
  • Functional Magic: She uses Onmyōdō spells.
  • Inspector Javert: She wants to hunt down Miyu, believing her to be a threat to humanity. She's not exactly wrong, but the thing is that humanity would be even more screwed without Miyu.
  • Plucky Girl: While she might look sour and jaded, she has not given up in her life.
    My happiness isn't so trivial that it can be found in a dream!
  • Unlimited Wardrobe: Changes her clothes in every OVA.


Voiced by: Katsumi Suzuki


  • The Cutie: Was a very sweet young girl, planning a date with her boyfriend as they walked home...
  • The Gwen Stacy: For Miyahito.
  • Kill the Cutie: And of course, she was the first one to go.
  • She's Got Legs: She had a nice set of legs and showed them off with a cute miniskirt.


  • Big Fancy House: Where she lives.
  • Convenient Coma: Is in this state in the OVA.
  • Cute Mute: When she "wakes up", she doesn't say a single word.
  • Creepy Child: She is seen as one of these. When she wakes up, she's among the cutest and most pitiful examples of this.
  • Deal with the Devil: She let Ra-en possess her body and use her for his plans, in exchange for creating an illusion in which her beloved parents are still alive.
  • Despair Event Horizon: Her parents's deaths. Since they died after giving her their blood so she'd survive, poor Aiko blamed herself and called herself a vampire, biting the neck of her doll in the orphanage she was placed in much to the horror of the other kids. Then Ra-En came in...
  • Ill Girl: Horrible, heartbreaking subversion. She was thought to be in a Convenient Coma, but she actually was under Demonic Possession and a Deal with the Devil

Aiko's parents

  • Creepy Monotone: They speak like this. Brrrrrr!
  • Dead All Along: They actually died in a car crash a while before the OAV's take place. The ones that Himiko met are illusions summoned by Ra-en as a part of his deal with Aiko.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: Both are shown either fully barefoot (the father) or wearing only tabi socks (the mother). Justified, not only they're only seen inside a very traditional house where being barefoot is a requirement, but they're wearing kimonos.
  • Good Parents. Or so they seem. They were this to a T when alive, see the trope below to know more.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: They knew that their injuries from the accident would eventually kill them, so they begged their treating doctor to let them donate their own blood (of a pretty rare type) to their beloved daughter Aiko so she'd survive. He couldn't refuse such a request since they had no blood of said type left in the hospital and there was no time to ask for donors: in the end Aiko survived, but Mom and Dad died.

Kei Yuzuki

Voiced by: Ryo Horikawa

  • Anguished Declaration of Love: On Ranka, with a Forceful Kiss.
  • Broken Ace: Except for being at least a bit Book Dumb, he acts completely perfect at school. He's polite, handsome, popular... As well as selfish, indifferent, and disenchanted with life.
  • Book Dumb: What their parents believe, as they berate him because his grades are not as good as his siblings' and his mother thinks he might even need extracurricular classes. It is unclear how much truth there is in this, however, as his actual grades are not revealed; considering that his siblings seem to be overachievers, he might not be that bad himself if not compared to them. Also, considering he looks seriously depressed, it might even be due to a lack of motivation rather than talent.
  • Chick Magnet: Possesses a practically unearthly beauty, and even Himiko can't help but comment on how hot he is.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: He falls in love with an Uncanny Valley Girl, that's all.
  • Playing Against Type: Quite the jump in regards to Vegeta or Shun, huh?
  • Princely Young Man: The Ice King type, with some traits of the Gentleman.
  • Star Crossedlovers: With Ranka. They find a way to stay together.
  • Stepford Smiler: He hides his boredom with life in general, his feelings of inferiority towards his more academically-succesful siblings and his apathy towards his Education Mama's constant pressure under a polite, soft-spoken, beautiful mask.

The Shinma Armor

Voiced by: Tessho Genda


Voiced by: Yumi Takada
  • The Cutie
  • I Just Want to Be Special
  • Immortality Seeker: Asks Miyu to make her a vampire so she can be young and pretty forever. Miyu's mom stops them and sends her back home.
  • Red Herring: We're led to believe that Miyu's mom drained her of blood to feed Miyu her first blood "meal". It wasn't like that.
  • Secret Keeper: Knows what her best friend Miyu is because she saw her bite one of their classmates and accidentally kill her by draining her of blood.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Contrary to what it looked like, no, Miyu's mother didn't kill her for blood, but Akiko never appears again either after that.

     Characters from the TV series 

Characters from the TV series

Nobuhiro Machiyama

Voiced by: Tetsuya Iwanaga

Chisato Inoue

Voiced by: Maiko Shirakura

Hisae Aoki

Voiced by: Kokoro Shindou

Yukari Kashima

Voiced by: Chiharu Tezuka

Miho Arisawa

Voiced by: Hiroko Kasahara

Yui Lee

Voiced by: Akemi Okamura


Voiced by: Ryotaro Okiayu


     Characters from the manga and/or Drama CD's 

Characters from the manga and/or the Drama CD's


  • Orphan's Ordeal: Has just lost her whole family (Mom, Dad, little sister) to Shinmas

Sho Kiryuu



Fumiya /Kaoru

  • The Gwen Stacy: It's not exactly clear who Kaoru was for Miyu, but she clearly feels bad when she meets him as "Fumiya".
  • Demonic Possession.
  • Waif-Fu: Male example, as the human body he possessed was one of a highly-trained gym practitioner.

Rima and Mari Minami

Dr. Minami

  • Hot Scientist: In charge of the local aquarium and some experiments. Not really.
  • Graceful Loser: Escaped years ago from Miyu, so when she finds him again, he at first tries to cover for his girls and help them escape, but once he loses he doesn't put up much of a fight and lets Miyu vanish him.
  • Inter Species Romance: With the twins's mom, a mermaid.

Kyou Kitami


Ruri and her family

  • Animals Hate Her: Ruri the bird reacts strongly to Miyu's presence.
  • Brother–Sister Incest: Implied between the real Ruri and her brother, Little Ruri's "father". It was at least one-sided canon from his side.
  • Half-Human Hybrids: The real Ruri and her brother.
  • Happily Adopted: After her "Papa" is banished to the Darkness, Little Ruri is adopted by the Hiyama family.
  • Name's the Same: Ruri is the name of both a little girl and her pet bird, given to her by her "papa". And of "Papa"'s dead younger sister.
  • Parental Substitute: Ruri's "father"
  • Sole Survivor: In an odd incident, Little Ruri was left all alone in her hometown. A handsome stranger saw her and took her in.
  • Wife Husbandry: Miyu believes this is what Ruri's "dad" want to do to her, and she calls him out on it. It's more of a Replacement Goldfish deal, tho.
  • You Killed My Younger Sister: Ruri's "dad" accuses Miyu of letting the real Ruri die by not biting her and thus not giving her eternal life.

Mamoru Hiyama

     Characters from Shin Vampire Princess Miyu 

Characters from Shin Vampire Princess Miyu




Water Lipper

Caith Sith

Caith Sith's mother aka the Quarl Queen



Yui, Nagi and Senryu

     Vampire Princess Yui characters 

Vampire Princess Yui characters


  • Bad Dreams: Sorta. Yui first saw Miyu in a dream, in which she started telling her about their bonds. Then Yui is woken up by her Old Retainer and starts her usual day... and then Miyu appears in her school...
  • Big Fancy House: She lives in an old traditional complex.
  • Break the Cutie: Specially when she can't control her urge for blood and ends up draining one of her school friends, then runs away in horror and when she arrives near Yuki's "Pool of Illusions" and Nagi tells her who she truly is without any filter. Not to mention the borderline Mind Rape effect that Yuki's voice has on her.
  • Cherry Blossoms: Weaponised, since Yui can manipulate and bend them to her will. It comes from Yuki, whose powers sorta can manifest through Yui.
    • Shouji reveals to Kyouko that Yui had always been fascinated by the massive cherry tree in her garden. She actually hates it, as she thinks that whenever sakura trees bloom, someone she loves will die.
    • By the end of the first volume, all that's left of Yui's old home are the sakura trees.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: Like Miyu, her attire doesn't include footwear. She even wears shin wraps in a sort of reference to Miyu's foot ribbon.
  • Half-Human Hybrids: One of the oddest examples ever in this franchise. Mother is human, father is a Shi (another kind of demon, described as "the anti-Shinma"), and she also is half-vampire as her mom Sayuri was given Miyu's Kiss of the Vampire when still pregnant with Yui. That's not counting her connection with Yuki, the former Guardian of the Lake and leader of her clan, whose succesor and twin sister Saki was Yui's ancestor.
  • Foil: To Miyu. Miyu is mysterious and reserved, whereas Yui is plucky and emotional.
  • Ill Girl: Subverted. Peple think that Yui has severe anemia, but the truth is that her Guardian powers have just awakened and, since she had no real idea of what was going on, she lacked of the blood she needed. (It's not helped by how Yui refuses to drink blood from humans if she can help it, so her Battle Butler Nagi gives her his blood instead.)
  • Naïve Newcomer and Naïve Everygirl: Contrasting with Broken Bird Miyu.
  • The Ojou: At the start of her story, Yui lives in a traditional Japanese Big Fancy House with her grandmother.
  • Psychic Link: She has one with the sleeping Yuki.
  • Raised by Grandparents: Her father was banished away, her mother died when she was tiny, so her grandmother has raised her.
  • Stepford Smiler: While taking to her sempai Shouji and her friend Kyouko, Yui acts like a Genki Girl and a Shipper on Deck for them both. In reality, she's thinking of how she won't be able to keep up with them.
  • Weak, but Skilled: Sorta. She wins her first fight via relaying on trickery and pure sheer pluck.
  • Thou Shall Not Kill: Sorta, as for quite a while doesn't like the idea of feeding from humans. Nagi then lets her feed from him.
  • Un-person: After the funeral of Yui's grandmother, it's strongly implied that Miyu and Larva erased Yui's presence from the memories of her few remaining friends.
  • Violently Protective Girlfriend: Don't harm Nagi. Seriously, DON'T. When Nagi once took a spear for her, Yui was pissed.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: After Yui's grandmother dies, she definitely abandons her old life.


Yui's grandmother



  • Empty Shell: After Miyu gave her a Kiss of the Vampire... while pregnant with Yui.
  • Missing Mom: In Yui's words: "After Dad died, Mom became a dreamer... and she died of a heart attack.". It's kinda odd, as Sayuri was supposed to be in "eternal happiness", but all of a sudden it was broken and then Sayuri died of grief.
  • Odd Friendship: Played with. After getting bitten by Miyu, Sayuri sorta continued her life and Miyu dropped by sometimes to check on her well-being. This being Miyu, her main interest was the baby still within Sayuri, the future Yui, whose potential she wanted to awake. (It's implied, however, that Miyu might have cared for Sayuri in her own way.)
  • Widow Woman: Sorta. It's all but spelled that, since her husband was a Shi, Miyu either killed or banished him and then bit Sayuri to both have her blood and relieve her from pain. People believe that he died in an accident, however.

Shouji and Kyouko


     Characters from the Vampire Princess manga 

Yuu Kamui

Yui Shougakuin



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