This page is for the Protagonists of volumes 6 through 9 of Zekkyou Gakkyuu.
The Protagonist of The Slit Mouthed Woman. Miya Maeshima is known for the scary stories she tells. Like the rest of the girls in her class she dislikes her pretty new substitute teacher, and suspicious of her past she attempts to learn more about her.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: She accuses her teacher of this but it's eventually revealed that she herself is a very light example of one.
- Continuity Nod: Apparently she knows the story of The Girl Under the Bed.
- Death of a Child: At the end of the story the Slit Mouthed Woman confronts her.
- Girlish Pigtails: Really thin, short ones by the ear.
- Lack of Empathy: After all the damage her lies caused -Akamiya being hospitalized, all but a few students removed from her class and some being put in therapy- she doesn't appear to feel bad. The only thing bothering her is how quiet and lonely her class has become.
- Love Makes You Crazy: She dislikes Akamiya for a variety of reasons, but her main problem was seeing her crush spend time with her. Throughout the chapter she is shown to think about him and his opinions and it's implied this played a large part in her actions.
- Manipulative Bastard: In the latter half of the story she confronts her class with the evidence she and her friends discovered. After seeing everyone believe her it's revealed she was the one to plant said evidence and start the rumors.
- Nightmare Fetishist: She loves telling scary stories and knows many, although her friend teases her by saying she does it to get attention. She was distraught after the boys decided she shouldn't tell anymore because of Akamiya being afraid of them.
- Poor Communication Kills: After she leaves Akamiya on a good note, Miya witnessed her female classmates walking down the hall wielding bats and other blunt objects. But thinking they would hate her if she told the truth she ran away, resulting in her Karmic Death.
Nana is the protagonist of The Land of Mermaids. In elementary school she was regarded as the prettiest girl in class, but now that she's in middle school she wants to reclaim her popularity. Especially after hearing about the land of mermaids rumor.
- Artistic License Biology: Realistically, there is no way Nana could have become so beautiful just after having surgery. Her body would have been bruised and swollen and needed weeks to recover.
- Buxom Is Better: She stresses out when reminded of this because she is flat, and the reason she was popular in elementary school was for being thin, so now in Middle school it's popular to have a figure. One of her plastic surgery changes involved adding curves.
- Determinator: Unfortunately this leads to her horrific discovery...
- I Just Want to Be Beautiful: She is very self-conscious over her body image now that she isn't popular anymore, and she believes the effort she puts into it and Hatsuki's praise means nothing if nobody else agrees.
Kana Araki is the protagonist of The Day I Became a Demon Part 1 & 2. Her best friend is Erika Katori, who she tries to convince to check out the abandoned classroom rumor she heard. But a day later she suddenly becomes the victim of bullies and finds Erika has turned against her.
- Break the Cutie: Not only does her best friend turn on her, but she's bullied and ignored by the girls in class to avoid being bullied too. She puts up with it until she comes across her destroyed bag charm that she got with Erika, who proceeded to tell her off for being upset.
- Earn Your Happy Ending: After everything she's been put through, Kana returns to save Erika from the out of control fire after she confronts her with her discovery. Then she throws the abandoned classroom's book into the flames to erase her wish and they are taken back to their current time, where they reunite and become friends again.
- Kill It with Fire: This wasn't Kana's official plan, but she decided to take advantage of the fire that got started by boarding up the door so that Erika couldn't escape.
- Stock Shoujo Bullying Tactics: She had mean images drawn on her things, property destroyed, girls ignoring and insulting her. She also returns the favor to Erika after going back to the day prior to the bullying so that she was the victim instead.
- With Friends Like These...: Erika for a portion of the story.
Aki Nakajima is the protagonist of Friendly Apartment Complex, a socially awkward girl who moves into an apartment with her mother after her parents split up. She quickly takes to the kindness everyone shows her, but the longer she stays the more she begins to notice.
- All of the Other Reindeer: Possibly. She was a victim of bullying from prior friends who turned on her for unknown reasons and it's implied she may have social problems. It got so bad that she was afraid to go back to school, and the adults near her old home began to gossip.
- Companion Cube: Her phone that she wore around her neck, which she would use to talk to her dad.
- Gilded Cage: Incidentally moves into one.
- Happily Ever After: Living in ignorance or not, she's happy now.
- No Social Skills: Initially a Shrinking Violet recovering from what happened at her old home, she wasn't used to the kindness shown towards her at first.
- Tomboy: She has short hair and wears gender neutral clothing, giving this effect.
- You Are Not Alone: She eventually learns this.
Miu Akino is the protagonist of Scarecrow Teacher. After her teacher accidentally offends her and the rest of her female classmates she comes up with a prank to get back at her.
- Asshole Victim: She is very cruel over advice that came off the wrong way and crosses the line with her mean-spirited prank. Was it any surprise she was punished?
- Improbable Weapon: A desk chair
- Lack of Empathy: Only towards their teacher until the very end of the chapter after she accidentally hurts her.
- Protectorate: Doesn't necessarily make one, but she has this attitude regarding Yuri.
- Sci Fi Bob Hair Cut: Her hairstyle loosely resembles this with a very small Hair Intakes.
- Stock Shoujo Bullying Tactics: She ropes the other girls in her class into pulling the Silent Treatment on a teacher.
Haru Okamoto is the protagonist of Make-Believe Sisters. She is the older sister of Mina, who is frequently spoiled by their parents, causing Haru to feel neglected. Then one night she makes a wish that she could regain their favor and awakens to see she is now in Mina's body.
- Hair Decorations: A ribbon to tie her ponytail.
- Infant Sibling Jealousy: Haru still harbors these feelings even though Mina's three now.
- "Freaky Friday" Flip
- Parental Abandonment: She feels this way because of her parents only seeming to have time for Mina when they're not working and is convinced she's The Unfavorite.
- Sibling Murder: Nearly killed by Mina at the end of the story, but they switched back to normal at the last second. Resulting in what looks like she killed Mina, instead.
- Sibling Rivalry: Although it's pretty much one-sided on her part.
- Wish Upon a Shooting Star: What kicked off the plot and quickly became a case of Be Careful What You Wish For.
Kaho Masumoto is the protagonist of The Do-Gooders Club. After getting her friend together with her crush she searches for a way to fill her free time by seeking out an after-school club.
- Boyish Short Hair: She could pass off as a boy with eyelashes.
- Determinator: To help Risa hook up with her crush she not only spoke to various students to learn more about him, but she helped her cheer at his basketball games, and helped her meet him to begin with.
- Good Samaritan: Even before joining the Do-Gooders Club, she was shown to enjoy helping out and is very happy when she can help Risa or others in need.
- Karma Houdini: One of the only Protagonists with evil intentions who gets away with it.
- Only Friend: Risa appears to be hers, which is why she takes her sadness and avoidance so harshly.
Yuri Shirakura is the protagonist of The Requirements of a Belle. A popular and beautiful girl who is admired by everyone until her place is taken away by a heavyset classmate who was made fun of in the past after returning from winter break to reveal she had a complete makeover. Envious, she attempts to reclaim her place.
- Attractiveness Discrimination: she firmly believes that pretty people have it easier.
- Berserk Button: Atsuko was one prior to the end of the story.
- Diet Episode: The star of one.
- I Just Want to Be Beautiful
- Long Hair Is Feminine
- Relationship Upgrade: With Shun at the end of the story.
- Self-Harm: Finally snapping, she runs into the girls restroom with her personal grooming items. Initially she just cuts off a segment of hair, but then she begins cutting her nails down enough to make them bleed, and she horrifies her friends when she suddenly stabs herself in the stomach with her scissors.
Sakura Moeno is the protagonist off Last White Day. The "school idol" due to her sweetness and giving out tons of Valentines Day. But after receiving a box of cream puffs from a mysterious person, she eats them and begins to find weird messages from an unknown source.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Sakura is very cute and well-aware of it, so she manipulates others -mainly boys- by acting sweet and friendly, and for Valentines Day she hands out a lot of chocolate in order to get a bunch back on White Day. She enjoys watching the boys reactions and refuses to date one guy at a time. Her friends and a few other people are aware of this.
- Crush Blush: Around Kamiya after he shows her genuine kindness.
- Girlish Pigtails: Long, curly ones
- Gory Discretion Shot: Her death by stabbing had the image pan away to the cookies she got from Kamiya, showing blood splatter on them.
- I Ate WHAT?!: The blood of the Loner student was baked into the cream puffs. She tried to throw up after learning this.
- Lack of Empathy: Besides her having this, her female classmates are extremely callous about her being stalked, saying she deserves it for being so friendly on Valentines Day.
- The Fake Cutie
- Yandere: After her death she appears to be one for Kamiya, resulting in Here We Go Again! when she leaves him a wrapped chocolate.
Mana Hibino is the protagonist of My Older Brother and I. Mana has a troubled relationship with her mean older brother, but after she comes across a "Dream Person" charm she attempts to make a Dream Brother to take his place.
- Big Brother Bully: She views Ikumi as a tame example of one, while he treats her like an Annoying Younger Sibling.
- Tomboy: She's implied to be one, which likely plays a part in why Ikumi's relationship with her tends to struggle. He wants a cute little sister he can dress-up.
- Yank the Dog's Chain: After things return to normal and Mana is shown to have a better bond with her family, she is shoved into the sand by Ikumi's Dream Sister.
Kumi Mizumoto is the protagonist of The Queen's Trick, a tomboy who enviously desires to be seen as cute like her classmate Mirei. After accidentally inhaling pollen from a beautiful flower, she discovers she has suddenly become desirable to men.
- Be Careful What You Wish For: More than anything she wanted to be seen as cute and girly, and after inhaling the pollen she was getting everything she wanted. But eventually her Pride got the better of her and she abused her flower, eventually resulting in her death.
- Berserk Button: being called non-cute.
- Boyish Short Hair
- Death of a Child: Falls from the school roof.
- I Have Brothers: She cites this as the reason she's a Tomboy.
- Yank the Dog's Chain: Kumi desperately pulls on the flower to try to get it off of her head and cries out for help. After a Hope Spot, she suddenly finds the boys beginning to get closer and attempts to step back, which causes her to lean over the railing and fall.
- Single Tear: Prior to her fall.
Suzu Oono is the protagonist of The Toilet Goddess. Before entering middle school she was always surrounded by friends, but now that everyone has split up she is very lonely and often hides in the restroom to pass time. Then one day she hears about the Toilet Goddess and begins finding messages are being left for her.
- And I Must Scream: Suzu is forced into the toilet by the Goddess at the end of the story. However, in doing so she reunites with Rena.
- Be Careful What You Wish For
- Break the Cutie
- Death of a Child
- I Just Want to Have Friends: Like Miho from several lessons earlier, Suzu's problem is that she had friends until reaching Middle School, but they began to branch out and she wasn't able to adjust. Unlike Miho, she blames her past friends for abandoning her and actively tries to avoid being seen.
- Set Right What Once Went Wrong: After Rena disappears and Suzu learns the truth behind what she did, she attempts to get her back.
Rui is the protagonist of Hell's Clock part 1 & 2. After her confession to her childhood friend Kei ends in disaster she attempts to use the clock to restore their relationship by going back in time.
- Be Careful What You Wish For: She's forced to learn this the hard way in her attempts to Set Right What Once Went Wrong
- Break the Cutie
- Deal with the Devil: Each time she uses the clock she essentially makes one.
- Earn Your Happy Ending
- Heroic Sacrifice: She asks Yomi to spare Kei's life and jumps off of the nearby hill to take his place. However, Yomi was so touched by her earnest feelings that she only takes five years from her life, rather than all of it.
- Misery Builds Character
- Relationship Upgrade: it's heavily implied with Kei at the end of the story.
Rie Ootsuka is the protagonist of The Fish Family. A young girl who dislikes her strict household and would rather watch television and go on vacation like her friends; she accidentally kills one of her pet fish and begins to notice strange things beginning to happen with her parents.
- Children Are Innocent: Most-likely why she didn't know that a fish couldn't survive outside of water just yet...
- Failed a Spot Check: After confessing what she did to one of their fish, she fails to notice the gills on her parents necks as they console her.
- Girlish Pigtails: Like Miya she wears them by her ears and they're on the small side.
- The Slacker: A little bit of one, but with the warm weather it's probably understandable that she wouldn't want to do much.
- Transformation Horror: If the credits page means anything, she eventually became a fish.