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Volume 10

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    Riri Itou 

Riri Itou is the Protagonist of The Witch of the Library Room. She and her best friends Misao and Mako are part of the "Hijiri Alliance" out of adoration for one of their classmates. But she would give anything to be closer to him.


  • Beware the Nice Ones: She starts off as very friendly and kind, if insecure.
  • Fangirl
  • Gory Discretion Shot: She isn't shown being crushed by the book case, nor is the aftermath of her shoving her friends down the stairs.
  • Lack of Empathy: After realizing she killed/harmed her friends under the false belief they had the book, she only lingers on it for a second, having been too far gone by this point.
  • Relationship Upgrade: She really wants this with Hijiri, but out of loyalty to her friends she tries to ignore it until she believes she might actually have a chance with him.
  • With Friends Like These...: She has this opinion regarding Mako and Misao after she begins to think they want her dead.
  • Yandere: It isn't fully explored before her death, but she shows minor traits of one near the ending of the story.

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    Uta Kondou 

The overly shy Protagonist of Soprano of Miracle who is given the solo for an upcoming competition. She has little to no confidence in her abilities until she finds a strange lump that gives her an amazing voice.


  • Disproportionate Retribution: when she's extremely stressed out she is shown to become violent. She not only attempted to stab the lump with a ''led pencil'', but she came within inches of stabbing Miyu after overhearing what sounded like her and her friend making fun of her.
  • Meaningful Name: Mixed with Ironic Name, Uta means song.
  • Shrinking Violet: She's so fragile that she can barely speak to others, and she frequently comes close to tears.
  • Yank the Dog's Chain: After realizing the lump has vanished, she was shocked to realize she could still sing amazingly well. But to her choir mates horror, they find it now growing out of her head. According to Yomi it will eventually cover her entire body.
  • You Are Not Alone: She gains a newfound confidence after realizing her classmates support her and has fun singing with them.

    Yukio Shimoda 

The protagonist of At Emily-chan's Home who -along with her friends- gets invited to a new classmates home for a Christmas party. But while there, she happens to find an old doll...


  • Be Careful What You Wish For: Yukio got the Christmas she wanted, at the cost of her friends lives and a Yandere doll. But unlike most cases, she is shown to be very happy with how things turned out.
  • Deal with the Devil: In a way accepting Emily-chan could be seen as this. She kills anybody who gets close to her owner, and she will turn on them if they push her away or if she finds someone new.
  • Here We Go Again!: she takes Noelle's place as Emily-chan's favorite person.
  • Parental Abandonment: Both of her parents are forced to work a lot to get by as they don't have much money, leading her to feel this way. Even when she comes home Christmas morning she finds them having left already. It was this that causes her to accept Emily's gesture of friendship.
  • With Friends Like These...: Noelle wasn't exactly her friend yet -nor did she plan what happened- but she still counts. She happily tells Yukio that her friends were nosy and deserved to be killed by Emily, then tries to sic the doll on her.

Volume 11

    Yuna 

Yuna is the selfish protagonist of Midnight Kotatsu. She loves getting New Year's money, but after discovering her younger cousin received more than her, she decides to hide it from him as a prank.


  • Death by Materialism: It was her Greed that caused her to resort to a childish prank, which eventually led to the spirit of her Grandfather finding her.
  • Lack of Empathy: It's not her fault if Sora didn't listen to their grandmother. Her uncaring behavior as they try to search for Sora leads to her mother slapping her.
  • The Scrooge: Yuna clearly doesn't care about anything unless money is involved. She's a Spoiled Brat who for fun likes comparing money amounts with her friends, she spends it on frivolous things, skips formalities and courtesy to count it, and she gets envious if someone has more than her. She was even shown to only miss her deceased Grandfather because he would give her more money in secret.

    Kaori Matsumoto 

Kaori Matsumoto is the protagonist of The Erasing Blackboard, an easily bored girl who learns about the rumor of an abandoned classroom chalkboard and decides to test it out. Realizing it's true, she decides to use it for good deeds... at first.


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    Hina Okamoto 

Hina Okamoto is the protagonist of Best Friend Chocolate. She loves her best friend Mari more than anything, but after a strange confrontation with an older girl who gives her chocolate, she is alarmed when Mari begins to avoid her.


  • Name's the Same: She shares her surname with the Protagonist from Make-Believe Sisters. Additionally, they both have 4-letter first names beginning with an H.

    Lala Nishino 

Lala Nishino is the protagonist of Marionette's Lover. A selfish girl who doesn't like how distant her boyfriend has become lately. One day she finds a strange doll said to control anyone the owner loves.


    Hikari 

A young, childish girl and the protagonist of Ding-Dong Lady. She often bickers with her mother over trivial things- but one day she is frightened after hearing the story of a deceased woman's spirit who visits the homes of children left alone.


    Lulu Naitou 

Lulu Naitou is the protagonist of Mei-chan's Texts, a lonely elementary student who longs for a friend and suddenly finds one through a random text she receives.


    Asami 

Asami is the protagonist of Yomi-sama's Facts -Prequel- and -Sequel-. She is very popular for being a sweet and cute first-year student; but after a divination names her the person with the worst personality in class she finds her perfect world turned upside down.


  • Break the Cutie: Like other protagonists in two-parters before her, she gets put through a lot. Not only did everyone in class turn against her, but everyone in the school as well. She was also dumped by her boyfriend, then attacked by girls older than her. When she finally gave up and quit going to school she still got harassed. But she manages to earn a Happy Ending for herself.
  • Sanity Slippage: Momentarily lapses into this around the middle of the story, after everything she's been put through at school she sits by herself and a box cutter falls out of her pack. Her reaction as she picked it up implied she was going to harm herself or her classmates.
  • The Fake Cutie: What she gets accused of after the bad reading. She admits that she does at times have unpleasant opinions but she never openly says and otherwise appears to be as sweet as she looks.
  • With Friends Like These...: Miki and Shio, her best friends who one day decided to turn everyone in school against her and start bullying her because she was dating a guy they had crushes on. A flashback implies that they bossed her around in the past.
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