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  • Can't Live Without You: Evermillion says that if Honoka were to die, Ayaka would die as well. This is because Ayaka lacked the will to live when Honoka tried to resurrect her and Evermillion's magic could only bring her back by making Ayaka into Honoka's vassal.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: It's frequently hinted that Takamiya and Kagari knew each other when they were children, but they had their memories erased for some reason. When they meet again in the present, their strong feelings for each other become very obvious.
  • Couple Theme Naming: Both of their given names, Honoka and Ayaka, end in -ka. This is important because Ayaka having part of Honoka's name in her own is symbol of her being his vassal because of the ritual that saved her life.
  • Eye Colour Change: When tapping into Evermilion's powers, their eyes turn red like the demon's.
  • Forgotten First Meeting: Takamiya feels comfortable around Kagari and says that he has the feeling that he has met her before and they used to be close. Kagari affirms his suspicion to be true but unfortunately, she also can't remember their past, claiming their memories together were erased. She still had a recurring dream of them meeting in a field as kids.
  • Innocent Cohabitation: When Kagari's house is destroyed, she comes to live with Takamiya to his house.
  • Lady and Knight: Gender Inverted. He's Kagari's precious "princess" and she's his brave knight who will protect him at all costs. Kagari was raised specifically to protect Honoka from the world in exchange for the immense power that he possesses.
  • Last-Name Basis: They only call each other by their surnames.
  • Magic Contract Romance: They're bound by a master-servant magic contract because Honoka used Evermillion's power to bring Ayaka back to life when they were children. Ayaka is single-mindedly devoted to Honoka for saving her and Honoka loves her as a person despite her being his vassal according to the pact.
  • Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: Downplayed. Takamiya isn't really feminine and Kagari isn't really tomboyish, but he's a Non-Action Guy and she's a powerful fire witch acting as his protector so they give off the vibe of this trope. Also, Takamiya is a more openly emotional Nice Guy while Kagari is very much The Stoic who only cares about Takamiya's safety.
  • Perfectly Arranged Marriage: They were set up to eventually get married by their mothers. Their genuine mutual feelings are pretty obvious, though.
  • Power Dyes Your Hair: The two's black hair becomes a lighter color when they tap into Evermillion's power.
  • Rescue Romance: Ayaka has more than ample justification for being so devoted to Honoka, even if her memories of the event have been magically erased. Honoka was the one who freed her from the imprisonment of her mother and became the vessel of Evermillion in order to save Ayaka's life.
  • Sleep Cute: When they're driving a Flying Broomstick together during Kagari's magic lesson, Takamiya falls asleep in Kagari's shoulder and she quietly enjoys the moment.
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    Honoka Takamiya 

Honoka Takamiya

Voiced by: Yuusuke Kobayashi

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A seemingly ordinary boy who sits next to Ayaka Kagari, the school Chairwoman's daughter and the most popular girl in school. This position is a lot more trouble than it's worth, as those envious of him are not above physical assault. One day, while getting chores for the school done, he's nearly killed by a falling clock tower. This is when Kagari reveals the fact that she's a witch to him and saves his life. Takamiya soon finds out that there's something powerful sealed within him, and that dangerous witches known as the Tower Witches who will stop at nothing to capture him and steal it.


  • Animal Motifs: His room is decorated with penguin related stuff, his pajamas have penguin patterns and he carves wooden penguin figures. Even his familiar is a penguin.
  • Barrier Maiden: When Kazane is left powerless, Honoka performs the same pact as her so as to protect the city and enable the Workshop Witches to use magic again. It only works because he actually has enough power to do so.
  • Berserker Tears: At the end of chapter 55, when he angrily confronts Ayaka's birth mother for abusing the poor girl and forcing Evermillion's spirit, or something like it into her in the first place.
  • Big Brother Instinct: For Kasumi, despite the latter being a full-fledged Witch.
  • Boy of My Dreams: Before they met, Kagari had a recurring dream in which she saw Takamiya talking to her in a field. She was actually remembering their time together as children.
  • Calling the Old Man Out: In the pendant arc, he repeatedly calls out Ayaka's birth mother on the cruel treatment she inflicted on her daughter. The bitch couldn't care less.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: If Honoka has the means to help someone he feels he should do it.
  • Covert Pervert: When Ayaka tells him to picture a "strong mental image" to create a familiar, Honoka recalls the Ayaka in a swimsuit that he saw in his dream last night and the familiar he creates takes the form of a giant Ayaka in a Naughty Nurse Outfit.
  • Disappeared Dad: His father has never been shown in the series once. Oddly, he has been mentioned...but only in dreams.
  • Distressed Dude: He's the target of the Tower Witches, and they often end up capturing him, only for Ayaka or Kasumi to come in.
  • The Dulcinea Effect: This turns to be the reason why he got Evermillion sealed inside him. Just shortly after meeting Ayaka, Honoka decided to save her from her prison and became the vessel of Evermillion in order to save Ayaka's life.
  • Everything Is Better With Penguins: He adores penguins!
  • Facial Markings: After the seals start breaking different kinds of marks appear on his face when he uses his magic.
  • Friendless Background: He doesn't have any friends at the start of the story.
  • Gender-Blender Name: Honoka is a Japanese girl's name. This is because Honoka was originally written as a girl. He was changed to a boy in the final version, but the feminine name was kept.
  • Healing Hands: As is revealed in chapter 56, he used to know healing magic that he applied by touch.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: Honoka is Ayaka's reason to live, in more than one sense. When Ayaka was about to die when she was a child, she had no will to live on her own. However, Honoka wanted to save her so he shared some of Evermillion's power with Ayaka to revive her in exchange of Ayaka living for the sake of protecting him.
  • The Load: Acts like this for the most part, largely against his wishes, however. He wants to study magic so he can protect Ayaka and others he cares for, but she largely refuses to train him in it.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: He spent most of his life unaware of witches or the power inside of him. Kagari herself would have preferred that he lived in happy ignorance of all the magical events surrounding him.
  • MacGuffin Super Person: The Tower Witches are after him because he is the container of the "White Princess".
  • Magic Kiss: Several of the rituals to heal Ayaka with Evermillion's magic require Honoka to kiss her, but he chooses a peck on the cheek or the forehead because he won't steal a kiss in the lips from an unconscious girl and luckily that's enough for it to work.
  • Morality Chain: He's the only thing keeping Kagari's excessively violent tendencies in check.
  • Morality Pet:
    • Ayaka is friendly only towards Takamiya due to her everlasting love for him, as well as being understanding to his family. To everyone else, she will, at best, ignore them as irrelevant and, at worst, be hostile or insulting towards them.
    • Shiori has a reputation as a very cold and scary witch who is feared even by her own daughter. Shiori becomes super nice and doting around Honoka because his mother was a very important friend who defended her from bullying in high school.
  • Nerves of Steel: In Chapters 54 and 55, he's shown walking up and talking to a fire kitsune, over twice his size, and a girl chained to a wall, through the back of her neck without showing a hint of fear and doing an exemplary job of demonstrating himself to be completely non-threatening.
  • Nice Guy: A very polite and kind-hearted guy.
  • Non-Action Guy: He has no combat skills or any magic powers, although not by choice. He wants to learn how to fight, but Kagari won't train him for some reason, and instead only focuses on showing him techniques to escape. By episode 9, she relents, although only because Kasumi was planning to teach him in secret, which she isn't too fond of.
  • Ordinary High-School Student: He describes himself as an average student with no real talents or special abilities within thirty seconds (discounting the title sequence) of the start of the series. It turns out that in fact, there are a number of witches out to kill him for some reason, and the School Idol is a Lady of Black Magic whose mission is to protect him.
  • Power Incontinence: After the events with Weekend in the manga, Takamiya begins displaying enhanced physical and mental capabilities. There's also the matter of a giant penguin showing up out of nowhere in full view of everyone - witches and muggles alike.
  • Protectorate: Kagari's sole motivation is to protect Takamiya at all costs.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: After the second seal is broken when using his power his eyes turn red just like Evermillion's.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: In chapter 55, he does this to Kazane! She goes on to congratulate him for it.
  • Secret Keeper: He is told not to tell others about the existence of witches. So naturally, he tries not to tell his sister about it, until he finds out she's a witch as well, and the one secretly protecting him whenever Ayaka isn't.
  • She Is Not My Girlfriend: Several characters make a point of how he's very close to Ayaka in their interactions, although he's quick to point out there's nothing romantic going on between them.
  • Shown Their Work: The way he delivered first aid to Ayaka in chapter 56 is spot on. 1.) Remove the patient from imminent danger. 2.) Do whatever you can to stop the bleeding with bandages and direct pressure (provided the wound isn't penetrated by foreign objects). 3.) Assess the full extent of the injuries. 4.) Call for emergency services. (Although 4 wasn't possible due to the threat of the Kagari matriarch who was trying to kill both of them.)
  • Staring Down Cthulhu: He glares down Ayaka's birth mother.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: He has the same face as his mother.
  • Student Council President: The student council president (and most of the student body) oppose Ayaka Kagari getting close to Honoka Takamiya. In response, Ayaka uses her power as Princess to depose the president and install Honoka as her replacement. She also takes over the post of vice president and demotes the original vice president to "Vice-vice president."
  • Walking the Earth: It's later revealed that he traveled all over the world when he was younger, under the tutelage of Kazane. However, he had the memories of his travels erased at some point.
  • Willing Channeler: He willingly chose to enter a contract with Evermillion and have her reside inside his body in order to save Ayaka's life.
  • Wouldn't Hit a Girl: He can't bring himself to hit a woman, even in self-defense.
  • Wowing Cthulhu: His bravery and kindness impresses even Evermillion in chapter 56.

    Ayaka Kagari 

Ayaka Kagari

Voiced by: Asami Seto

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The daughter of Kazane Kagari. She's wealthy, beautiful, and intelligent, and has sworn her life to protecting Takamiya from anyone who would harm him or take him away from her.


  • The Ace: While she is a bit odd, she is the top student at Tougetsu Academy, admired for both her beauty and intellect, knows various forms of martial arts, and is quite a powerful witch as well.
  • Action Girl: One of the strongest witches in the series. Even without her magic, she can still outmatch several opponents with just her monstrous physical strength, all thanks to a massive Training from Hell from her mother.
  • Action Girlfriend: Ayaka is a powerful witch who suddenly enters Takamiya's life and for some reason is devoted to protecting him at all costs.
  • Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: She has long black hair, is at least a head taller than the protagonist and most of the other students at her school, displays an aloof and reserved personality and is the most popular person in her school and even has her own fan club. She even provides the trope picture!
  • Always Save the Girl: For Ayaka, Takamiya's safety comes first. No ands, ifs, or buts.
  • Back from the Dead: She was killed by Kazane when she was eleven years old because Ayaka's birth mother Kagoyu had turned Ayaka into Evermillion's vessel with the intention of using her as a magic weapon. Honoka made a contract with Evermillion in exchange for the demon resurrecting Ayaka.
  • Berserk Button: Don't even try to touch her hair. Ayaka knocked out a group of seniors who tried to cut it by raising their body temperature.
  • BFS: Summons one when things get serious.
  • Bodyguard Crush: Her mission in life is to protect Takamiya. Not only she seems quite pleased to perform the task, but she also won't allow anybody to separate them.
  • Boobs of Steel: She has G-cup breasts and she's the most prominent Action Girl in the series.
  • Bridal Carry: Her favorite method for carrying Takamiya.
  • Brought Down to Badass: Even without her magic, she's still nearly unstoppable, which bites the Tower witches in the ass multiple times.
  • Bullying a Dragon: Despite Ayaka defeating them several times before, Tanpopo's group continually tries to fight her. In fact, even older, more seasoned witches take care when treading around her.
  • The Champion: Kagari is Takamiya's knight. For Takamiya's sake, Kagari will do anything. When she almost died as a child, Evermillion performed a ritual to turn Ayaka into Honoka's vassal so she would live to protect him.
  • Charles Atlas Superpower: Thanks to her mother's Training from Hell, Ayaka has superhuman strength and can easily defeat witches without needing to use magic.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: Although more subtle about it than Kasumi, she doesn't like other girls stealing Takamiya's attention. That and she will visit Disproportionate Retribution upon anyone who makes any sort of move on Takamiya in her presence.
  • The Comically Serious: Due to her monotone voice and reactions, she often comes off this way when replying to others, especially Takamiya.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: The Kagari household had her chained to a wall in a dark, cubed room, with no contact with the outside world, and specifically raised her as a Living Weapon which the Matriarch was just itching to "show off."
  • Deadpan Snarker: She doesn't joke too often, but when she does her effect is so dry Takamiya often can't even tell.
  • Declaration of Protection: To Takamiya.
  • Determinator: She will protect Takamiya, even if she has to go against her own mother.
  • Deuteragonist: The plot is about Ayaka as much as it is about Honoka and the main mystery is revolved about the relationship between the two.
  • Devoted to You: Kagari is utterly devoted to Takamiya. She went to every middle school to search for him until she located him, completely ignores her fangirls at school in favor of him, and she's willing to do anything to protect him and ensure they can be together.
  • Effortless Amazonian Lift: She bridal carries Honoka even without the use of magic all the time, signifying her strength and Violently Protective Girlfriend status.
  • Emotional Powers: Often her fire magic flares up depending on her mood. This leads to hilarious situations where while Ayaka is completely deadpan, things in the background are being lit on fire.
  • Empathic Healer: Any wounds done to Honoka are instantly transferred to Ayaka.
  • Even the Girls Want Her: She's the tall, cool type, constantly surrounded by a huge female fan club. So when she decides to stop guarding Takamiya from the shadows and spend the day by his side, he is instantly hated.
  • Every Scar Has a Story: She has a mysterious scar on her belly that even she can remember how she got it. In chapter 56, it's finally revealed that Kazane was the one responsible for the scar, when she fatally injured Ayaka to destroy Kagoyu's experimental vessel for Evermillion.
  • Extreme Doormat: When she was a child, she was so traumatized by her birth mother that she was physically and mentally unable to resist any of her birth mother's orders, no matter how cruel or unreasonable. Evermillion, who was sealed inside her at the time was pissed as a direct result.
  • Facepalm of Doom: One favorite non-magical move of hers is the iron claw.
  • Flaming Hair: When she activates her witch powers over fire, her hair is correspondingly Wreathed in Flames.
  • Form-Fitting Wardrobe: Her school uniform accentuates her voluptuous figure.
  • Fun with Homophones: Honoka had to change Ayaka's name in order to form a contract with her and save her life but was adamant that she have the same name; So Evermillion cleverly exchanges the 香 (-ka, meaning "aroma") in her name with 火 (also -ka, meaning "fire", which is coincidentally also in Honoka's name).
  • Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak: She's a beautiful and elegant Ojou whose hobby is pro wrestling.
  • Good Is Not Nice: She is one of the heroes, but is also not very friendly to most people.
  • Happily Adopted: Chapter 53 of the manga reveals that Kazane Kagari is not Ayaka's birth mother, and isn't even really a Kagari, she's a Houzuki, and only became involved with the Kagari family when the Family head, a powerful witch in her own right, hired her to deal with a "fire Kitsune" that was harassing the head house which she couldn't deal with, due to having a "medical procedure" done.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: When Honoka offers his life to Evermillion to restore the city that Weekend destroyed, Ayaka uses her past pact with Evermillion to have the demon use her life instead. Honoka can revive her later.
  • Hime Cut: She has symmetrical straight bangs, bra strap length sidelocks, and classic-length straight hair. She's an Aloof Dark-Haired Girl and an Ojou.
  • Hot Witch: She is revered by nearly everyone in her school as the ideal beauty, being an Aloof Dark-Haired Girl with green eyes, Boobs of Steel, a skin-tight uniform, and Zettai Ryouiki. In a literal sense, her magical powers mainly revolve around fire.
  • Huge Schoolgirl: She stands at 197 cm (or around 6 feet 6 inches), which allows her to tower over her love interest Honoka and just about everyone else.. This was actually toned down in the anime adaptation, where she's "merely" half a head higher than Honoka, rather than his barely reaching her shoulders.
  • Human Pincushion: Chapter 2 has Ayaka getting stabbed by dozens of swords from Tanpopo's bunny familiar army when Ayaka protects Honoka. She comes out unharmed because she can change her body into fire.
  • Idiot Hair: She has a strand of hair sticking up atop her head. It's more notable in the anime.
  • Indifferent Beauty: She's considered the most beautiful person in her school, she even has her own fan club. However, due to her aloof personality and her devotion to Takamiya, she's apathetic towards admiration she gets.
  • Innocent Fanservice Girl: In episode 8, she wears a Naughty Nurse Outfit to do a check up on Takamiya. And is quite persistent on laying on top of him while doing so. This doesn't sit too well with Kasumi, who happens to walk in on them.
  • I Owe You My Life: Takamiya once saved their lives when they were both children. The incident was so traumatic, the Workshop witches under Kazane locked up both hers and Takamiya's memories of it. However, Ayaka still retains her devotion to Takamiya due to the event.
  • I Will Find You: A dream that Takamiya has in the first part of episode 8 has Kagari, when she was in middle school, go to every other middle school in order to find him. She finally locates him leaving school one day, and approaches him, only to find Kasumi walking with him with her arms around his.
  • Kung-Fu Wizard: She is well versed in hand to hand combat thanks to her mother's insane training.
  • Lady of Black Magic: The beautiful and reserved princess of the school, and a Fire Witch able to cast powerful flames. However, she's also more than capable of physical combat.
  • Living Weapon: Chapter 54 of the manga reveals that she was "created" to be one.
  • Meaningful Rename: While her name has always been read as Ayaka, the "ka" in her given name was originally written with the kanji for "incense". Honoka changed it for the "fire" kanji in order to resurrect Ayaka as his vassal due to Evermillion being a fire demon.
  • Mentor Archetype: She takes Takamiya as her disciple.
  • Minor Injury Overreaction: Freaks out when Honoka scrapes his elbow during training.
  • Mrs. Hypothetical: She once spent a whole night writing out "Takamiya Ayaka" (and at least one "Kagari Honoka") while watching over Honoka.
  • Mugging the Monster: In middle school, a trio of bullies resented her popularity and tried to deface her hair while hiding behind Sempai/Kohai custom. She raised their body temperatures until they collapsed, with the explicit threat that if they tried again, she would literally make their blood boil.
  • Muscles Are Meaningless: Her cloak allows her to do this, but even when she was drained of magic she's still absurdly strong despite her slender, feminine build. She is capable of ripping a large tree out of the ground.
  • Nobody Touches the Hair: Although Takamiya doesn't remember due to magical Laser-Guided Amnesia, he once risked his own life, as a child, to save her, and all he asked in return is for her to let her hair grow longer, so she'd be pretty. So messing with it is the one thing, aside from threatening Honoka that will piss her off.
  • Nominal Hero: Despite being a main character, she doesn't care about anything but protecting Honoka. During Weekend's bomber attack on the city, Ayaka wanted to focus on doing her test with Honoka and only went after Weekend because her attack almost ruined her precious school life with Honoka. She wouldn't have done anything to save the city or the Workshop Witches otherwise.
  • No Sense of Personal Space: With Honoka, often sleeping in his bed without his knowledge and even tries sitting on his lap during breakfast at one point.
  • No Social Skills: In the Flashback during the first part of episode 8, Kagari seems pretty awkward at everything, until Kanae tells her how to react, such as solving a problem on the chalkboard after being called up, or hitting the ball back during tennis. Due to how good she is at those things once she realizes how to react however, she starts gaining her fan club.
  • Not So Stoic: Especially if someone tries to harm Takamiya.
  • Ojou: Being not only the 'Princess' of the school they attend but also the daughter of the Head Workshop Witch leads to this.
  • One Head Taller: Kagari is at least a head taller than Takamiya.
  • Playing with Fire: Her default magical attacks are all fire-based.
  • Power Incontinence: Kagari, while generally stoic and in control, will spontaneously set things on fire or raise the temperature around her when angry or excited. This happens most often when people bring up Takamiya around her, especially in a romantic context.
  • The Power of Love: The more intimate she is with Honoka, the more powerful she becomes. A humorous example is when she had him lay his head on her lap while cleaning his ears, making her power skyrocket.
  • The Quiet One: When not instructing Takamiya, she almost never speaks.
  • Raised as a Host: She's one of Kagoyu's daughters that were birthed with the sole objective of creating the perfect vessel for Evermillion.
  • Rapunzel Hair: She has classic-length hair. It's implied that she grew it out because Honoka said she'd look pretty with it long.
  • Repetitive Name: Her given name and family name contain the kanji 火, meaning fire. Originally, her given name didn't include that kanji, but Honoka changed it to save her life by making her his vassal.
  • Sacrificed Basic Skill for Awesome Training: Her mother trained her from a young age in everything from magic to hand-to-hand combat (the latter apparently involving Ayaka having to defeat vicious animals unarmed). This made Ayaka clueless about everything involving a normal school life when she first attended middle school.
  • Satellite Love Interest: She has little to no personality outside of her devotion to Honoka and every single of her actions are motivated by her desire to protect him. This turns out to be justified because Ayaka had nothing in her life before she met Honoka due to being raised as an experiment by her evil birth mother. Since Honoka didn't want to let the poor girl die, he resurrected her as his vassal so that she would live for the sole purpose of protecting him.
  • Scar Survey: What truly motivates both Honoka and herself to rediscovered their lost memories is that Ayaka's abdominal scar is revealed when her swimsuit is torn.
  • School Idol: Though she didn't do this intentionally, she's the "Princess" of her school, with an adoring fan club that schedules mass lunches with her and an extremely enthusiastic self-proclaimed guard squad. They try to interfere with her relationship with Honoka Takamiya until she puts her foot down.
  • School Uniforms Are the New Black: She rarely wears anything besides her school uniform.
  • Sexy Mentor: Takamiya asks her to be his magic teacher because he wants to become a wizard and fight alongside her. Ayaka being an Aloof Dark-Haired Girl beauty and his love interest can distract him a little when she teaches him some magic, though.
  • Single-Target Sexuality: She loves Honoka only.
  • Stalker Shrine: Exaggerated. She built an underground museum dedicated to Honoka at the Takamiya residence. There, she keeps thousands of pictures, albums, and handmade dolls of Honoka.
  • Stalker with a Crush: More sympathetic than other examples, but her single-minded obsession with Honoka and her insistence to watch over him 24/7 definitely throw her into stalker territory. When Kasumi and Tanpopo inspect her bedroom to search for evidence that Ayaka is a stalker, they almost immediately find Ayaka's "Takamiya Observation Journal, Vol. 1,053" and Ayaka's secret cellar of Honoka stalker photos.
  • Stalking Is Love: Takamiya once finds Kagari's secret basement with the walls covered with photos of him. All Takamiya says to Kagari is that he's happy to see how hard she works to keep an eye on him.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She stands at 197 cm (or around 6 feet 4 inches), towering over everyone and Honoka barely reaching her chest (although the size seems to change from chapter to chapter). She's also an Aloof Dark-Haired Girl with G-cup breasts, classic-length hair (except when she is in battle, where it becomes fire-like), and a very nice body. It shows in the many, many, many instances where she carries Honoka bride style.
  • Steven Ulysses Perhero: The "ka" in her given name and surname means "fire". Perfect for a fire witch.
  • The Stoic: Her seemingly cool disregard for anything mundane only makes her even more popular.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: She looks almost exactly like her birth mother Kagoyu, but with a different hair color.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Despite being a fire witch, she's usually cold as ice and rarely even acknowledges others. With Honoka, however, she dotes on him constantly and is as sugary sweet as she can manage (i.e. still very serene but clearly affectionate).
  • Supreme Chef: She is an amazing chef who at one point made Honoka fugu hotpot.
  • Sweet Tooth: Like mother, Ayaka likes having sugar with tea instead of tea with sugar.
  • Touched by Vorlons: The origin of her powerful fire magic is her connection to the fire demon Evermillion, both as the previous host before Honoka and having been brought back from the brink of death by Evermillion's power.
  • Training from Hell: Apparently, Kazane had her fight bears and other large animals as a child. Though it looks cruel, this training does help her deal with the Tower witches that attack the town, and Honoka.
  • Tranquil Fury: She is often strangely calm whenever fighting.
  • Tsurime Eyes: She has narrow, upward arching eyes, fitting her personality as an Aloof Dark-Haired Girl.
  • Tyke Bomb: The patriarch of the Kagari family brags that she was "created" for the express purpose of being a weapon, and she's ecstatic that Honoka and Kazane stumble upon her because she gets to "show her creation off".
  • Violently Protective Girlfriend: When something interrupts her precious school life with Takamiya and/or comes between them, Tranquil Fury and Disproportionate Retribution abound. Not even family is safe.
  • When All You Have is a Hammer…: It seems that burning and blowing things up is her method of dealing with trouble. And when that doesn't work, there is always Good Old Fisticuffs.

Workshop Witches

A group of witches largely dedicated to protecting humans.
    Kazane Kagari 

Kazane Kagari

Voiced by: Sayaka Ohara

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Ayaka's mother, head of the Workshop Witches in the city, and the chairwoman of Togetsu High School.


  • The Ageless: She doesn't look like she has aged a day since she met Komachi at high school. If her claims about her past are to be believed, she has been around for centuries without ever aging.
  • Alliterative Name: Kazane Kagari.
  • Apologetic Attacker: She apologizes in advance for attacking Ayaka with a magical blade in chapter 56.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: Her daughter Ayaka is one of the strongest, if not the strongest, of the student witches. And yet Kazane has absolutely no problems beating her down/disciplining her if needed. Even when Ayaka merged with Medusa, their combined power still wasn't enough to overcome Kazane, who simply broke through the stone spell and forcefully ejected Medusa from her daughter.
  • Badass Teacher: She was very protective of her apprentice Honoka, to the point of punching someone in the face if they as much tried to stop her from getting him out of danger. Even now, she's still willing to go against all the Workshop witches if they ever try to harm Honoka in case all of Evermillion's seals are broken.
  • Barrier Maiden: She maintains a city-wide magic field that prevents civilians from being injured or killed by magical attacks. While this does drain her magic whenever this happens, it has been noted that Kazane has such vast magical power that even if a few buildings got blown up, it would barely faze her. When a massive magic explosion that damages much of the city is caused by the witch Weekend, it ultimately renders her powerless for a week... Which means that the other Workshop Witches are unable to perform magic as well. Then in episode 12, Chronoire reveals that Kazane managed to recover her full strength in a mere 20 hours, rather than a week as Weekend had predicted. Kazane simply waited it out because she wanted to see what the other witches, particularly her daughter Ayaka, would do during this crisis.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: She is furious when her mansion is destroyed and goes after Chronoire Schwartz VI, whom she deems responsible, to have "a little talk" with her.
  • Big Good: The closest thing to one in this series. She keeps an eye out for Tower witches in her town, and regularly fixes the damage caused by witches, especially ones caused by Ayaka and Kasumi.
  • Boobs of Steel: The strongest of the Workshop Witches in her area, both in magical and physical capabilities, and has a chest that rivals Ayaka's.
  • Boyish Short Hair: She has short hair to show she's a masculine and strong witch.
  • Bully Hunter: Back in high school, Komachi was picked on by their classmates and Kazane didn't let them get away with it. Let's just say her class didn't bug Komachi after Kazane almost destroyed the classroom while beating the crap out of the bullies.
  • Former Teen Rebel: She was the leader of a gang during high school.
  • Friendly Enemy: Chronoire introduces herself when she comes to Kazane's town as the two share a drink together.
  • Good Is Not Nice: She orders a witch hunt for Chrono after her mansion is destroyed. Later, when Chronoire is seen again, she's heavily bandaged up, and Kazane seems a bit too eager to torture information out of Medusa before she's taken away by other Workshop witches that have jurisdiction over her. She also put the smackdown on her daughter Ayaka after the latter merged with Medusa.
  • Good Old Fisticuffs: What she tends to resort to, regardless of using her magic or not. As evidenced by her punching Chronoire rather far away in episode 12, she is quite a deadly hitter.
  • Hero of Another Story: In an omake, Kazane reminisces about having taken part in the Crusades and the French Revolution. Ayaka also says Kazane claims to have been a member of the Shinsengumi, though Ayaka is hesitant to believe her.
  • Hidden Depths: Is an amateur doll maker, carving them to kill time while she was put out of commission by Weekend. Her house is littered with the things.
  • Horned Humanoid: When she gets angry, a horn grows out of her forehead.
  • Kung-Fu Wizard: She apparently prefers hand to hand combat instead of magic. Her magic is being used to protect the city and its inhabitants from harm so she doesn't have much of a choice in that.
  • Like a Son to Me: She tells Ayaka that she thinks of Honoka as her own son because he was her apprentice for some time in his childhood.
  • Manipulative Bitch: A sympathetic example. When she was in high school, Komachi was fatally injured in an accident. Panicking, Kazane took her to Shiori Mikage's home and proceeded to give Komachi a blood transfusion which would speed up her recovery. However, doing so meant Komachi was at risk of literally being erased from the world. Which is why Kazane went to Shiori instead of the hospital as she knew Shiori would never, ever risk Komachi's life and thus would erase the event from the memories of the city.
  • Multicolored Hair: Half of her hair is red, the other half is white with a reddish tint.
  • Mum Looks Like a Sister: She can easily be mistaken for Ayaka's older sister.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast:
    • Her nicknames were "Dragon Tooth" and "Torturer". She asks Chronoire if the latter remembers that at the very end of episode 5 after her mansion is destroyed. Later in episode 7, Chronoire is seen with bandages, implying Kazane did things to her.
    • She has the distinction of being labeled End Witch - her particular title is Bad End as she has killed quite a few witches during her years.
  • Neck Lift: In the memory tour during chapter 55, she lifts Takamiya by the throat because he disobeyed her orders, then smirks, puts him down, and congratulates him for doing it, because he was right.
  • The Nose Knows: In the pendant arc, she tracks Honoka by his scent.
  • One-Woman Army: In a flashback, when she noticed Komachi being bullied by an entire classroom, teachers absent or completely unconcerned, she only gave a quick one-liner about "horrible people," the bullies barely even having a chance to verbally respond, before she single-handedly trounced the entire classroom, barring Ms. Honoka. Some of the thugs even wound up head-first in the ceiling.
    • In the world of the witches, she has killed quite a few in her heyday, both in her quest for more power and later on as a 'cleaner'.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Her bangs cover the right half of her face.
  • Play-Along Prisoner:
    • In the Weekend arc, Kazane is put out of action by a massive magical attack that Weekend estimates would leave her powerless for a week. At the end of the arc, she reveals that she'd actually regained her power in a day and was just hanging around her cell to see how the younger generation of witches, including her daughter, Kagari, would handle the crisis. And to spend some time indulging in her hobby of crafting kokeshi dolls.
    • In the latest arc, she does it again when Honoka is being tried as being a traitor to the Workshop. She makes a little show of not being able to get out of the holding cell that was placed around her to keep her from taking Honoka. It doesn't last very long as her arch-nemesis showed up and she ripped through the bars in a flash to try to save Honoka.
  • Really 700 Years Old: She looks slightly older than her daughter Ayaka who is attending high school, but if her comments about having being around during the French Revolution are to be taken seriously, she has lived for a long time.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: She doesn't try to stop Ayaka despite the latter's tendency to cause a lot of destruction around the city while protecting Honoka.
  • Shared Family Quirks: When she and her daughter Ayaka drink tea, their teacups have more sugar cubes than tea.
  • Shipper on Deck: For Kagari and Takamiya, due to an agreement with his mother years earlier that their kids would marry each other.
  • Shoot the Dog: She cuts Ayaka with a magical blade to disrupt the ritual the Kagari matron was using to summon and abuse Evermillion, which would have killed Ayaka anyway.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: She is a witch who has dark red hair and green eyes.
  • Smoking Is Cool: Rarely seen without a cigarette in hand. Even when she's kept under prison by Weekend, all she can think of is taking a smoke to kill time.
  • So Proud of You: To Honoka Takamiya, and she should be. In chapter 55, he was willing to defy her and come to Ayaka's rescue by cutting the chain holding Ayaka to the wall. She only made certain he knew full well what he was getting into, and was prepared for the consequences.
  • Statuesque Stunner: One of several things Ayaka inherited from her. She's at least as tall as her daughter, and wear heels on top of that.
  • Sweet Tooth: Rather than drinking tea with sugar, she has sugar with tea...
  • Would Hurt a Child: She killed Ayaka when she was 11 to seal off Evermillion, though she viewed it as much a Mercy Kill as anything. As noted above, Kagoyu was planning to kill Ayaka anyway.

    Kasumi Takamiya 

Kasumi Takamiya

Voiced by: Ai Kayano

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Honoka's younger sister, who also happens to be a Workshop Witch. She has an extreme brother complex with Honoka.


  • Action Girl: Though not shown right away, she is one of the more powerful witches, and takes out two Tower witches at the same time. Only Ayaka and Weekend's minions prove to be more than she can handle.
  • Affectionate Nickname: Her friend calls her "Miya".
  • Animal Motifs: She's closely associated with bears as her main Familiar is a giant teddy bear.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: She largely seems harmless at first. But once Takamiya comes under attack or she sees some bullies tormenting someone, she delivers a beatdown on the attackers.
  • Big Brother Attraction: Zig-Zagged. She denies that her feelings towards her older brother Honoka are anything but sibling affection... even though she insists in sleeping together and bathing together and gets jealous of his brother's almost-girlfriend... In chapter 31, however, it is revealed that she views sexual love between male and female to be disgusting. She still wants to marry her brother and have his babies, but doesn't believe having sex with him is required to do any of that.
  • Big Sister Instinct: Inverted. She became a witch so she could protect her older brother from danger.
  • Broken Pedestal: Played With. When she and Yoshiko first met, Yoshiko thought of Kasumi as an angel or a perfect hero who saved her staying friendless and stood up to bullies. She started to realize Kasumi isn't all that wonderful when Kasumi casually admitted she only became friends with Yoshiko because the latter's Anime Hair is funny. Learning of Kasumi's borderline incestuous obsession with her older brother shattered her ideal image of Kasumi even more. Yoshiko still thinks of Kasumi as her dear friend despite all this though.
  • Brutal Honesty: When Yoshiko asked her why she became friends with her, Kasumi answered point-blank that she thought Yoshiko's hairstyle was funny.
  • Bully Hunter: She despises bullies and whenever she sees people bullying she fights them, it's partly because she knows her mother was bullied when she was a teenager, and partly because her master is "Bear-Killer Rinon" who is implied to beat her down if she doesn't beat down bullies herself.
  • By "No", I Mean "Yes": When Tanpopo calls her a brocon for being so obsessed with her brother, Kasumi denies her feelings for Honoka are anything more than normal familial love... She just wants to make Honoka her husband and have three children with him.
  • The Champion: Same as Ayaka, Kasumi became a Workshop Witch not in order to protect the city, but to protect the city her brother lives in.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: Her brother is just hers! She also didn't take it well when Ayaka said she was going to watch over him 24/7 when they had previously agreed to let Kasumi watch over him everywhere other than at school.
  • Covert Pervert: Kasumi wraps herself in her older brother's unwashed school uniform every night. When she starts thinking that's not enough, she asks Alciana to transform her into her prother's uniform so he can wear her. When Alciana calls her a pervert, Kasumi can only give unconvincing denials.
  • Curtains Match the Window: She has pink hair and pink eyes.
  • The Dog Bites Back: In middle school, some Alpha Bitches doodled over Kasumi's desk because she chose to hang out with the unpopular Yoshiko over them. Kasumi went to give them a lesson and they never tried to mess with her again.
  • Expressive Hair: Her Idiot Hair can take the shape of a heart when she's with Honoka.
  • Father, I Want to Marry My Brother: Kasumi openly states she wants to marry her brother and have babies with him... Yet she denies she has romantic or sexual attraction for him because two people can get married without being romantically in love and her mother told her the stork will deliver babies to a couple who has reached the peak of their happiness, so she won't need to have sex with Honoka to have his children. It's up to interpretation if Kasumi is really that innocent or if she's deluding herself to deny her incestuous feelings for her brother.
  • Girls Love Stuffed Animals: Her bedroom is filled with stuffed animals given to her by Honoka. Although, the real reason why she asked Honoka to give her so many is because her magic allows her to turn them into her Familiars.
  • Girly Bruiser: She loves pink, stuffed animals, sweets, and her ideal world is made of all sort of girly things. Her master is Bear-Killer Rinon - leaving no doubt from where Kasumi learned her "strongarm tactics".
  • Hypocritical Humor:
    • When she and her friend Yoshiko watch an anime with Brother–Sister Incest, Kasumi says siblings falling in love is gross. This shocks Yoshiko because Kasumi is very open about her desire to marry her own older brother. Kasumi tries to deny her love for her brother has any impure meaning because she claims she doesn't want to have sex with him.
    • She wants to show Honoka proof that Ayaka is a Stalker with a Crush, hoping that'll turn him off. Tanpopo comments that if Honoka really had a problem with stalkers, he would have gotten sick of Kasumi long ago.
  • Idiot Hair: She has a curly lock of hair standing atop her head.
  • Insane Troll Logic:
    • She insists that wanting to sleep in her older brother's bed, take baths with him, marry him in the future, and become his school uniform doesn't mean she's a brocon pervert. It's all part of her rights as his little sister because siblings must naturally do everything together from cradle to grave.
    • When Yoshiko tries to make Kasumi understand getting married to Honoka would be Brother–Sister Incest, Kasumi argues that two people can get married without being in love and she won't need to have sex with her brother because her mother told her a stork will deliver babies to a happy married couple. After that, Yoshiko gives up on making Kasumi see the obvious incestuous implications of two siblings getting married.
  • Jerkass to One: Kasumi is a pretty nice girl. She's only antagonistic to Ayaka because the latter stops her from spending all her time with her brother.
  • Little Sister Heroine: She's Honoka's cute little sister who adores him so much that she wants to marry him. This puts her at odds with Honoka's love interest. Curiously, Kasumi denies wanting her brother all to herself means she has romantic or sexual feelings for him.
  • Marionette Master: Her magic allows her to control the stuffed animals given to her by Honoka.
  • Miss Conception: Played With. She did learn about how babies are made in health class, but she still insists she doesn't need to have sex with her brother to have his children. She was told by her mother that when two people "reach the climax of their happiness" the stork will deliver a baby. She thinks that sex is a different method of having a baby and she finds it gross.
  • Odd Friendship: She unexpectedly becomes close friends with the Tower Witch Tanpopo because they bond over their mutual enmity for Ayaka.
  • Romantic Asexual: Despite her denials, it's obvious she does have romantic feelings for her brother. However, she claims to think the natural way of making babies is gross, so she's going to wait until the stork delivers her Honoka's babies.
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie: She has dark pink hair and is very energetic and affectionate towards her brother. She's also a quite nice person to anyone who isn't Ayaka or a bully.
  • Self-Proclaimed Love Interest: She claims her brother is her future husband. Strangely, she still denies it when people say she has a brother complex because of it.
  • Stalker with a Crush: She has a habit of stalking Honoka when he's hanging out with Ayaka instead of her.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Despite her different hair color, she looks a lot like her mother.
  • Sweet Tooth: In her ideal world, Kasumi can have all kinds of dessert for breakfast.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has pink hair.
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    Touko Hio 

Touko Hio

Voiced by: Kana Asumi

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A Workshop Witch who specializes in ice-based magic. Touko was a childhood friend of Ayaka, being asked by Kazane herself (along with Houzuki, Ayaka's fan club leader) to watch over her as Ayaka had almost no social intelligence to speak of, and continues watching her into the present.


  • Childhood Friends: She has known Kagari since middle-school.
  • Elemental Hair Colors: She's an ice witch with ice blue hair.
  • An Ice Person: Just from a mere touch she can freeze objects. Like Ayaka, she also can manipulate the temperature around her.
  • Nice Girl: She's very polite and friendly.
  • Power Incontinence: She seems to have no conscious control over her ice powers and they mostly manifest when she feels threatened, though not necessarily in a way that would help. Examples include tripping onto a parfait and freezing it solid, spontaneously creating a snowman to hide behind, freezing herself into a block of ice when bullied by Kagari, and creating a glacier when Kagari throws her into a pack of Tower witches.
  • Steven Ulysses Perhero: Touko means "frozen child" and Hio means "ice tail". She's a witch with ice powers.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: She loves ice-cream. It's all she has for lunch.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has ice-blue hair.

    Rinon Otometachibana 

Rinon Otometachibana

Voiced by: Noriko Shitaya

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A Workshop Witch and Kasumi's teacher in the Workshop hierarchy, who also runs a gang of delinquents that dress up in hamster-themed costumes.


    Kyouichirou Mikage 

Kyouichirou Mikage

Voiced by: Kazuyuki Okitsu

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A chemistry teacher at Honoka's high school. He also recruits witches throughout the city for the Workshop.


  • Ambiguously Evil: He seems to be conspiring with Chronoire to break all the seals on Evermillion for some yet unknown reason. Despite this, he's still considered a Workshop witch as he does help out Honoka and Ayaka.
  • Ambiguously Gay: He asks Takamiya if he would be his "prince"... Though it at first seems that he was joking and trying to mess with both him and Kagari, Chapter 38 revealed that his sister had Touko brainwash him in his sleep into seeing Honoka as his prince.
  • Cool Uncle: His niece Natsume adores him, if having a giant poster of him in her apartment is any indication. She understands why Ayaka thinks Kyouichirou is a weirdo for calling Honoka a prince, but she blames it on her mother's brainwashing and wants to help her uncle be normal again.
  • Labcoat of Science and Medicine: At school, he wears a labcoat because of his job as a chemistry teacher.
  • Memory-Wiping Crew: He helps manage the memories of the non-witch population whenever parts of the city get destroyed by magic.
  • Mission Control: While the Worshop witches are fighting Weekend and her minions, he stays at the Pocket Dimension where all the civilians have been evacuated in the form of stars.
  • Non-Action Guy: He doesn't do much fighting, although he states to Honoka that male witches don't have nearly the same power or social status as the female ones in witch society, hence why he doesn't do nearly as much as the female characters do.
  • Squishy Wizard: He isn't a combat-oriented wizard. His spells are focused on memory manipulation and transferring people's consciousness into another dimension.

    Natsume Mikage 

Natsume Mikage

Voiced by: Mai Ishihara

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The leader of five Workshop Witches from Tougetsu Junior High School assigned to protect the city.


  • Awesomeness by Analysis: She's an expert at analyzing her enemies and dismantling their strategies.
  • Hide Your Otherness: She wears gloves to hide the marks on her hands that she got because of her mother's contract with a spider demon.
  • Incest Subtext: She seems to have the hots for her uncle or at the very least, she is really devoted to him, given that she always tries to defend him when Ayaka calls him a creep for calling Honoka his prince as that's the result of her mother brainwashing him. She also keeps a giant poster of her uncle in her apartment. This may stem from the fact that he gives her the care and attention her mother doesn't.
  • Meganekko: She's a cute and friendly girl with glasses.
  • Monochromatic Eyes: Her eyes are completely blue with no white nor pupils.
  • Nice Girl: While a pushover around her mother, Natsume is a polite and affable girl.
  • Red Herring Mole: The story leads the reader to think Natsume is a traitor as she manipulates Kasumi into creating a fake world so she can show Honoka more of Kazane's secret memories and later attacks her mother Shiori as she reveals she's working for Ayaka's evil birth mother, Kagoyu Kagari. Then it turns out it wasn't really Natsume, but a shapeshifter who works for Kagoyu.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: She closely resembles her mother, just younger and less stern-looking.

    Atori Kuramine 

Atori Kuramine

Voiced by: Ikumi Hayama

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A soft-spoken witch with cat-like ears.


  • BFS: She wields a large sword.
  • Cat Girl: She has cat ears.
  • Cute Mute: She never talks herself. Instead, she utilizes a Hand Puppet that does the talking for her.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: She can be seen sitting in the class that Ayaka, Touko, and Kanae are late for at the beginning of episode 8.
  • Hand Puppet: She utilizes one that also does the talking for her. It can also be used as a two-way radio to communicate with other witches.
  • Ore Onna: When talking through her Hand Puppet, she uses the "ore" masculine first-person pronoun.
  • Pretty Freeloader: It's revealed that she gets to live in the crawlspace above Honoka's room in exchange for constantly surveilling him and giving Ayaka pictures of him for her Stalker Shrine.
  • Shipper on Deck: She was very disappointed when Honoka didn't kiss Ayaka on the lips and tried to make him do it forcefully.
  • Shrinking Violet: Implied to be one due to her inability to speak without her puppet.
  • The Sneaky Gal: She's fairly stealthy, and is good at finding information and eavesdropping on the villains. Ayaka has her keep constant tabs on Honoka as a secondary layer of protection.
  • Ventriloquism: Atori prefers to talk through a small, magical ventriloquist doll she keeps nearby at almost all times.
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    Shiori Mikage 

Shiori Mikage

Natsume's mother and Kyouchirou's older sister. An old friend of Komachi and Kazane.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: Back in high school, Komachi was the only classmate who treated her kindly and defended her from bullying. Because of this, Shiori adores Komachi and her children.
  • Bully Magnet: Back in high school, her being an Ill Girl attracted bullying from her classmates. Komachi was the only one who befriended her.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: She has a cold personality, wears a black dress, her gloves have creepy-looking claws, her eyes look like Black Eyes of Evil, and her magic is controlling spiders. While she's something of a jerk to anyone who isn't Komachi or Honoka, Shiori isn't a villain and is an ally of the Workshop Witches.
  • Doting Parent: While she's cold to her actual daughter, but she acts like a pampering parent towards Honoka who she adores for being the son of her dearest friend Komachi.
  • Hide Your Otherness: She wears gloves to hide the marks on her hands that are proof of her contract with a spider demon.
  • Honorary Aunt: Ayaka and Kasumi call her "Auntie" because their mothers were friends with Shiori in high school.
  • Ill Girl: When she was young, she was very sickly and frail.
  • Mind Control: She specializes in brainwashing spells and curses.
  • Monochromatic Eyes: Like her daughter, she has entirely dark-colored eyes with no visible scleras nor pupils. They're meant to look like spider eyes.
  • Parental Neglect: She is a bit cold towards her daughter and doesn't spend that much time with her.
  • Shipper with an Agenda: She birthed and raised her daughter Natsume to groom her into Honoka's bride because he's her dear friend Komachi's son and she believes their children getting married will "bring happiness to them all." Obviously, Shiori is very unhappy about Ayaka's devotion to Honoka ruining her plans.
  • Stoic Spectacles: Like her daughter, she wears glasses. In Shiori's case, her personality is stern and cold...unless you're someone of the Takamiya family.
  • Tsundere: Harsh type. She's domineering, strict, and irritable towards almost anyone. She's only ever kind to Komachi and Honoka, even wanting to spoil the latter to the point that Ayaka gets jealous.
  • Undying Loyalty: Towards Komachi and by extent her children, though she is more vocal in her adoration for Honoka than Kasumi (though it may be because we haven't seen Shiori interact with her). More disturbingly, she openly claims she gave birth to Natsume primarily so she could be of use to Honoka, including as an outlet to his lust... apparently the only reason she doesn't consider herself valid for such role, is that she thinks of herself as "an old lady", but when due to misunderstanding it looks as if he's making move on her, she's rather pleased.

    Alciana 

Alciana

A new "student" who transfers into Takemiya's school.
  • Arch-Enemy: Of Evermillion. The two of them loathe each other. The only reason the two of them allow each other to exist is that a direct confrontation would destroy the world in the collateral damage.
  • Brutal Honesty: She bluntly tells Kasumi that if she hasn't realized she's a pervert for wanting to become her older brother's uniform, her head must be a special kind of skewed.
  • Character Tics: She's almost always touching the tip of her hair.
  • Compliment Backfire: She calls Kasumi a pervert when she hears about the latter's desire to be transformed into her brother's school uniform. Not that Alciana means it in a bad way since she likes perverts. Still, this doesn't sit well with Kasumi who is in extreme denial about her Big Brother Attraction.
  • Compulsory School Age: She's one of the oldest witches, likely being several hundreds of years old. Because she looks like a teenager, she can enroll at the same high school as Takamiya and Kagari to monitor them.
  • The Dreaded: She's so powerful she can terrify Kazane! Think about that for a minute.
  • Exotic Eye Designs: She has two concentric circles around her pupils.
  • Freaky Is Cool: She loves perverts. When Kasumi asks her to turn her into Takemiya's uniform, Alciana gets starry-eyed and almost drools in anticipation, elated at Kasumi's deviancy. Upon getting a look at Ayaka's Stalker Shrine, she goes over the moon.
  • Hide Your Otherness: According to Evermillion, Alciana is an albino. Her blonde hair is dyed.
  • An Ice Person: Her public powers may be transforming others into inanimate objects, but her real power, as seen in the core of her soul, is ice and snow.
  • Idiot Hair: She has a strand of her standing atop her head.
  • Irony: She is one of the founders of the "workshop witches" organization and hates the tower witches, yet the core of her personality is a tower.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: She's a "witch of the beginning" which means she's one of the first witches in existence and the founder of the "Workshop" movement. Witches only grow stronger with time...
  • New Transfer Student: She's introduced as a transfer student at Takemiya's school, but she's really a witch who is there to confirm whether Takamiya is using Evermillion's power for evil.
  • Really 700 Years Old: She may be able to pass herself off as a high-school student, but she's one of the first witches to have ever existed and is old enough to call Kazane, who has been around for centuries, "a little girl."
  • The Transmogrifier: Her go-to magical ability turns people into inanimate objects. She turned Kasumi and the Tower Trio into furniture for her own exclusive use and amusement.
  • Troll: She loves to rile people up for her amusement and should they retaliate, turns them into literal objects.

Tower Witches

Unlike the Workshop witches, the ones in this group tend to use their powers for selfish gains and like to wreak havoc.

KMM Gang/Ivory Quintet

    General 
  • Goldfish Poop Gang: The KMM Gang are five Tower Witches who recurrently appear to try and kidnap Honoka, only to be burned to a crisp by Ayaka. They're so pathetic that Honoka and Ayaka can live under the same roof as them without any sense of danger.
  • Living with the Villain: After Medusa is defeated, the KMM Gang start to live at the house of the Takamiyas. They eventually move out... and become the Takamiya's neighbors.
  • New Transfer Student: They join Honoka's and Ayaka's class as transfer students early in the series. From the moment they arrive, Honoka figures out they're witches targeting him.

    Tanpopo Kuraishi 

Tanpopo Kuraishi

Voiced by: Shiori Izawa

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One of the Tower Witches who transferred to the same school where Honoka and Ayaka are studying. She is a "Shikigami User" and her familiars are an army of paper rabbits which she can magically turn into mechanized soldier bunnies. She is the unofficial head of the "KMM Gang".


  • Accidental Misnaming: Honoka always says her name wrong, to her annoyance.
  • Big Ol' Eyebrows: She has thick eyebrows. They look normal in the anime, though.
  • Bunnies for Cuteness: Her familiars are some kind of robotic rabbits, despite her physically being catlike.
  • Butt-Monkey: Out of the five Tower witches that regularly attack Ayaka and Honoka, she's the most prone to receiving the brunt of everyone's antics.
  • Cat Girl: She has cat ears.
  • In-Series Nickname: Kasumi calls her "Kemonomimi/Furry-Ears".
  • The Leader: She almost always makes the decisions for her group, and is always at the forefront when they're together.
  • Odd Friendship: She bonds with the brocon Workshop Witch Kasumi during their time living together as both are frustrated by constantly losing to Ayaka. The KMM gang later claims that Tanpopo has been "domesticated" by Kasumi.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: Zigzagged. She can understand her rabbits, but not Kasumi's bear. So she ends up using it to help translate for her in episode 12.
  • That Came Out Wrong: Subverted. When she's introduced and asked by Takamiya why he's being targetted, she replies that they're not targeting him, but specifically, "the white stuff" inside his body. When her fellow tower witches point out how that can be misunderstood, she still doesn't get it.
  • Villain Decay: While she was never able to defeat Ayaka in the first place, she was at her most dangerous when she's first seen attacking Honoka. Afterward, her plans gradually get less and less effective, to the point that Ayaka and even Kasumi simply stops her within one or two moves.

    Mei Minowa 

Mei Minowa

Voiced by: Yuuko Iida

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One of the Tower Witches that form the Ivory Quintet. She has the ability to pass through walls and create a defensive barrier. She wears a complete wolf pelt called "Coast Fenrir".


    Kotetsu Katsura 

Kotetsu Katsura

Voiced by: Natsumi Hioka

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A member of the KMM Gang and Togetsu High School's Kendo club.


    Rin Kazari 

Rin Kazari

Voiced by: Momo Asakura

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A soft-voiced member of KMM Gang, who wields a scythe. She has a power called "Bone Animator", which can only be used to revive dead skeletons of any size.


  • The Quiet One: The least vocal member of her group, and sometimes struggles to speak out what's on her mind.
  • Skeletons in the Coat Closet: Her witch costume has a small skull collar and a large dragon-like skeleton going from her back to her shoulder.

    Kanna Utsugi 

Kanna Utsugi

Voiced by: Shiina Natsukawa

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A member of KMM Gang. Her power is to summon and use demons by the book called "Black Vice" that she carries on her back, though this power is rarely shown.


  • Blank White Eyes: She has these as her default appearance. Combined with her usually hunched stance, it makes her look exasperated, but isn't, and is rather calm and composed as opposed to Tanpopo.
  • Four Eyes, Zero Soul: The other bespectacled member of the five Tower witches, though it's less prominent than her default expression.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Her hair is tied into twin-tails.

Other Tower Witches

    Chronoire Schwartz VI 

Chronoire Schwartz VI

Voiced by: Rie Kugimiya

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A powerful Tower Witch who specializes in crafting potions and often walks around with a well-dressed crocodile familiar named Sebastian. She has her own plans for Honoka's "white stuff."


  • Affably Evil: When it doesn't come to fighting, she's polite and friendly despite technically being an antagonist.
  • Antiquated Linguistics: Her entire speech in Japanese is very old-fashioned.
  • Bad Guys Do the Dirty Work: She's the one who takes down Weekend at the end of the "Takamiya-kun and the Weekend" arc.
  • Blood Knight: She regularly goes after other Tower Witches just because she wants to have a good fight. She inadvertently helps the Workshop witches in the Weekend arc because of this, by taking out Weekend's minions who were attempting to attack the town while the Workshop witches were distracted. And in episode 12 she even takes out Weekend fairly quickly, much to the latter's surprise.
  • The Dreaded: Though she appears largely harmless in the series due to Kazane being able to easily defeat her, over the years she has built a reputation. Even Ayaka seems a little afraid of her on their first encounter.
  • Evil Redhead: An antagonist Tower Witch with red hair.
  • A Form You Are Comfortable With: She looks like a regular human, but in episode 12 her disguise wears off a bit, and her face strongly resembles her alligator minion right before she attacks Kazane.
  • Go-Karting with Bowser: She hangs out with Workshop witches like Kazane and Mikage regularly.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Her actual Witch Title is Dead End - put bluntly, an 'End Witch' means one who can cause the "end of the world".
  • The Plan: Seems to be conspiring with Mikage to break all the seals on Evermillion for some yet unknown reason.
  • Punny Name: Sounds like "kuro noir schwarz", the word "black" repeated in Japanese, French, and German.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Looks like an adolescent, while actually being around 700 years old.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: A major Recurring Character with red hair and green eyes.

    Medusa 

Medusa

Voiced by: Miyuki Sawashiro

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A high-ranking Tower Witch who controls the KMM Gang and their associates in order to steal Honoka's "white stuff" for herself.


  • Achilles' Heel: She cannot take care of herself with her arms bound in a straitjacket. Her Quirky Miniboss Squad is shown helping her eat and drink on at least one occasion.
  • Anti-Villain: She's one of the Tower Witches who are after Evermillion's power within Honoka, but other than her attack on Honoka and Ayaka at the Kagari mansion, she never acts villainous and is actually quite friendly to witches and civilians alike.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: She really appreciates that Komachi isn't afraid of her and treats her and the KMM Gang like family.
  • Blindfolded Vision: Despite being forcibly blindfolded at all times, she seems to have no issues navigating her surroundings, keeping track of where people are, and fighting despite not being able to see what she's doing.
  • Deal with the Devil: After Ayaka defeats her, the two form an alliance which allows Ayaka to use her power. Though as Medusa admits, it's only temporary and she breaks it when she gets bored. Despite this, Kazane is still able to easily defeat Ayaka even with using Medusa's powers.
  • Graceful Loser: She's quite friendly with Honoka and Ayaka after they defeat her.
  • Keigo: She speaks in very polite Japanese.
  • Medusa: She's a witch version of the mythological Medusa, coming with the snake hair, petrifying powers and the same name.
  • Power Limiter: She's wearing two at all times: a blindfold to prevent her from using her vision powers and a straitjacket that keeps her from invoking her stronger spells. They were locked and sealed on her by extremely powerful witches, and even when she escapes from prison, neither she nor her superiors can remove them. Even when she reverts to a human form, she's still wearing the blindfold and her sleeves are strapped together straitjacket-style. The fact that she is so strong even when blind and physically restrained says a lot. Alciana eventually removes her straightjacket in return for her assistance.
  • Scary Teeth: She has rather sharp teeth in her mouth.
  • Stern Teacher: She's mad at seeing how the KMM Gang couldn't take out even one of Weekend's Mooks and puts them through some Training from Hell to get them into shape.
  • Taken for Granite: As befits her name Medudsa, she can turn her enemies into stone.
  • Team Mom: She plays a motherly role for the KMM Gang who are all her apprentice Tower Witches. She doesn't correct Komachi when she calls the KMM Gang Medusa's daughters.
  • Training from Hell: She tells Takamiya that her sending Tanpopo and the others after him is purely for the sake of making those Tower Witches stronger, by using Ayaka as an unwitting sparring partner.
  • Villainous Rescue: She saves Kasumi from being taken out by one of Weekend's minions.
  • Worf Had the Flu: The reason she was so easily defeated is that she has most of her body restrained and is unable to use her powers to the fullest.
  • Worthy Opponent: Medusa only went after Honoka in the hopes she could have a match with the powerful demon inside him.

    Weekend 

Weekend

Voiced by: Aya Hirano

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A Tower Witch whose main strength is meticulous planning and preparation as opposed to any overtly magic power.


  • Arc Villain: She's the villain of the "Takamiya-kun and the Weekend" arc.
  • Boring, but Practical: In addition to being Crazy-Prepared, she also packs regular bombs and wears a bomb suit, and also has a kitchen knife on hand, which she uses on Honoka in episode 12. Not that it stops him though.
  • Crazy-Prepared: In episode 11, she reveals to Ayaka, whom she just defeated, that she's a meticulous planner and planted the bombs a few months in advance. Since her magic reserves aren't too high, she relies on the bombs to weaken her opponents, while focusing her magic mostly on healing herself in fights. Ayaka then tries to exploit this, but doesn't quite succeed until Honoka shows up at the end to lend her some of his power.
  • Eyes Always Shut: She keeps her eyes closed all the time.
  • Heel–Face Turn: She ends up working for Kazane after getting captured in return for a lighter sentence. She notes that, while it is degrading, suffering that indignity is much better than facing banishment, execution, or worse.
  • Living with the Villain: She ends up becoming Honoka and Ayaka's homeroom teacher while Kyouichiro's out nursing his sister.
  • Mad Bomber: Weekend's specialty involves setting up explosives of both magic and non-magic varieties.
  • The Man Behind the Man: She was the one who sent Medusa and Chronoire off on their missions to find Takamiya.
  • Perpetual Smiler: She's always wearing a smug grin, even when she's otherwise furious.
  • Squishy Wizard: She states repeatedly that she's not a fighting type. Therefore she instead meticulously plans her moves far in advance and tries to manipulate others into doing what she wants them to do for her. As seen in episode 12, Chronoire, a fighting witch, easily delivers a Curb-Stomp Battle, which didn't last very long as Weekend is seen tied up in the very next scene after the fight starts.
  • Strapped to a Bomb: She makes quite good use of this trope. First, she puts some on Workshop witches she's captured and uses them as an ultimatum to get Takamiya. After that one fails, she reveals later she has some real explosives set on herself, rather than magical ones, and sets them off to knock out Rinon and her friend.
  • Xanatos Gambit: Although she only provided minor hints to the two, both Medusa and Chronoire end up doing things that helped Weekend find Takamiya. She also planned a big magical bomb designed to severely damage the city forcing Kazane to use all of her magic to protect the humans in order to take her out of the picture. And in episode 10, she has several plans in place to ensure that her goals succeed, even if it involves her getting captured and setting off some regular explosives while wearing a bomb-suit vest. She even tries to devise plans to stop Ayaka and steal Evermillion from Honoka, but a Spanner in the Works prevents her from achieving her goal. And when all of that fails, she attempts to simply stab Honoka, but it doesn't work either.

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    Komachi Takamiya 

Komachi Takamiya

Voiced by: Ayako Kawasumi

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The mother of both Honoka and Kasumi. She was the best friend of Kazane Kagari in school.


  • Amazon Chaser: When Kazane nearly destroyed the classroom as she beat the crap out of Komachi's bullies, Komachi is shown getting smitten over how cool and strong Kazane looked.
  • Apologizes a Lot: Does this quite a bit when first telling Takamiya about his Arranged Marriage with Kagari. She also apologizes towards the latter after he decides to move her into their house instead, probably because her mansion was destroyed.
  • Beauty Mark: She has a mole below her left eye.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: She befriended Kazane after she defended her from bullies.
  • Bully Magnet: She was mercilessly bullied in high school because she befriended Shiori when the latter was being bullied for being sickly. The bullying quickly stopped after Kazane went on a rampage at their classroom to defend Komachi.
  • Every Scar Has a Story: She has a rather large one across her back. She refuses to tell anyone about it though. The only clue is that it looks exactly like the one that's on Ayaka's stomach. Honoka later sees a flashback that shows Komachi got a scar from a fatal injury she got in an incident with Kazane. Komachi only survived thanks to Kazane making a blood pact to save her.
  • Eyes Always Shut: Zigzagged. She's normally seen with her eyes closed but will open them if she gets serious about something.
  • Mum Looks Like a Sister: She could pass for her children's older sister.
  • Older Than She Looks: In fact, she appears to have barely aged up since she was in high school which is lampshaded by Honoka.
  • Prone to Tears: She considers herself to be a crybaby as she starts crying when her children so much as raise their voice at her.
  • Rescue Romance: She has a big crush on Kazane that persists to this day, which stems from Kazane beating the crap out of Komachi's bullies in high school.
  • Shipper with an Agenda: When Komachi was younger, she wanted to marry Kazane (and still wants to). Since Kazane said no because they're both women, Komachi wants her son Honoka and Kazane's daughter Ayaka to get married.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Her kids look a lot like her.

    White Princess Evermillion 

White Princess Evermillion

Voiced by: Mamiko Noto

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An entity of unknown origin sealed inside Honoka Takamiya. She is addressed as the White Princess by various characters. A total of five seals were placed on her.


  • Because You Were Nice to Me: In chapter 57, it's revealed that she was willing to rescue Ayaka in the backstory because Honoka was nice to her.
  • Classy Cravat: Her Pimped-Out Dress makes her look like a princess and the cravat that comes with it helps.
  • Cool Crown: She has a small, cartoon-ish crown on her head.
  • Deal with the Devil: In chapter 55, it's revealed she'd offered Honoka the chance to save Ayaka's life in exchange for his soul. She fully intended on devouring his soul, but Honoka ended up being a lot more powerful and interesting than she imagined though, so the entire thing soon falls apart. Surprisingly, she doesn't seem too bothered by the reversal and didn't bother trying to collect on her end of the bargain a second time.
  • Demonic Possession: Her initial plan was to eat Honoka's soul so she could reincarnate (Type 1), but a wrench was thrown in her plans when he turned out to have a more powerful soul than even her, and switched to a Symbiotic Possession instead.
  • Elemental Eye Colors: She's a fire demon with red eyes.
  • Everything's Better with Penguins: She has penguins in her inner world surely because her host adores them.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: She was confused as to why Takamiya was putting so much effort into saving Ayaka, despite the latter being a complete stranger to him. She was then impressed when he told her that he did so, not because of any personal feelings, but because Ayaka was a person in genuine distress.
    Evermillion: I see. You are a truly kind child.
  • Evil Costume Switch: Her white fairy tale dress is changed into a completely black dress when Honoka is brainwashed by Kagoyu.
  • Femme Fatalons: While not exactly evil, to help illustrate her identity as a magical demon, Evermillion has nails as long as the rest of her fingers.
  • Friendly Address Privileges: She insists Takemiya calls her "Eva-chan."
  • Giant Waist Ribbon: Her Pimped-Out Dress has a big bow on the back of her waist.
  • Good Costume Switch: Her appearance changed from ash covered woman wearing gray and black furs to a pure white princess costume when she contracted with the pure-hearted Honoka, much to even her surprise.
  • Insult Backfire: Honoka called her a liar for admitting she didn't intend to keep her promise of saving Ayaka's life when they first made their contract. Evermillion said she took being called a liar as praise because she's a demon after all.
  • Light Is Good: She has the appearance of a beautiful white-haired woman dressed in a white dress that seems out of a fairy tale. She was originally a malevolent demon, but after Honoka became her host, his kind soul influenced her and turned her into a benevolent being.
  • Mystical White Hair: She has stark white hair, to help illustrate her identity as a magical demon.
  • Navel Window: The black dress from her Evil Costume Switch has a diamond-shaped cutout around her navel.
  • The Nicknamer: Calls Takamiya "Honoka-kyun" and Kagari is "Ayakacchi".
  • Noble Demon: She warns Honoka not to rely on her too much, as that could be bad for him.
  • Of Corsets Sexy: She wears an underbust corset as part of her white Pimped-Out Dress.
  • Pimped-Out Dress: She wears a extravagant ballroom gown that makes her look like fairy tale princess.
  • Playing with Fire: Her base element is fire and in her words, is the embodiment of destruction and rebirth. In fact, her name before meeting Honoka is "Evermillion Firecraft".
  • Pointy Ears: As a demon, her ears are slightly pointed, instead of fully rounded.
  • Power at a Price: Being a neutral party to the Workshop and Tower witches, she adopts this as her modus operandi when someone asks for her help. Not even Honoka, whose soul she resides in is free from this. In return for restoring the city to normal and everyone's lives back, Evermillion asked for Honoka's life.
  • Pretty in Mink: Her white Pimped-Out Dress is trimmed with fur around the shoulders.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair is as long as her body.
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie: Her hair is white with a pinkish hue and despite her nature as a demon, she's cheery, playful, and friendly to her host.
  • Scary Teeth: She has extremely long canines compared to a human, as she's a demon.
  • Sealed Inside a Person-Shaped Can: She is sealed within Honoka. She really doesn't seem to mind and actually seems fond of him in a way. She was sealed inside Honoka because his own innate magic was enough to subjugate her when she tried to take his soul. That and he was so kind and nice that she became incredibly fond of him, going so far as to go the extra mile to resurrect Ayaka without asking for anything in return just to make him happy.
  • Secret Test of Character: When she asks Honoka to sacrifice his life to restore the city from Weekend's attacks, she doesn't have any intention of actually collecting, she just wants to see if Honoka is still the kind, selfless boy he was when she first contracted with him.
  • Sexy Backless Outfit: It's hard to notice because of her Rapunzel Hair, but her dress is backless.
  • Showgirl Skirt: The skirt of her dress is split at the front, showing some of her legs.
  • Statuesque Stunner: By far, the largest member of the cast. Kagari (both mother and daughter) looks like mere children next to her.
  • Symbiotic Possession: When she first met Honoka, she only wanted to devour his soul and escape. Then she realized Honoka's great magic power was enough to subdue her and his kind heart made her found of him so she accepted him as her host and master. She is actually a happy tenant being inside Honoka.
  • You Monster!: She angrily calls Kagoyu Kagari a bitch, and with good reason. In fact, she's so enraged, she can barely speak properly.
  • Your Soul is Mine!: She made Honoka sign away his soul in a bid to get enough power to escape Kagoyu's clutches. It didn't work because Honoka's magic is so much more powerful and his kindness won her over.

    Kanae Hozuki 

Kanae Hozuki

Voiced by: Yo Taichi

The seeming leader of Ayaka's fan club and one of her caretakers during middle school.


    Yoshiko Tanuma 

Yoshiko Tanuma

Voiced by: Kana Akutsu

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Kasumi's closest friend.


  • Affectionate Nickname: Kasumi calls her "Tanutanu".
  • Anime Hair: Her hairstyle is highly unusual. She's got two giant "doughnuts" on her head.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: She and Kasumi became close friends because Kasumi was nice enough to befriend her when she had no friends back in middle school.
  • Best Friend: To Kasumi. They have been friends since middle school and rarely hang out with anyone but each other.
  • Loner-Turned-Friend: She was lonely at middle until she met Kasumi because all of her friends from elementary school went to different schools. She even thought of Kasumi as an angel who was sent to save her from her lack of friends.
  • Nice Girl: So nice that she can't bring herself to call Kasumi out on her deviant obsession with her older brother.
  • Satellite Character: Her only role is "Kasumi's Unwitting Muggle Friend" and she's never seen without Kasumi.
  • Unwitting Muggle Friend: She's a regular human with no knowledge that her friend Kasumi is a witch.

    Kagoyu Kagari 

Kagoyu Kagari

The head of the Kagari household.


  • Entitled Bastard: She believes it's her god-given right to abuse, torture, and force her daughter to be an "artificial vessel" for all manner of spiritual and magical beings, so she can then kill the poor child to extract the end result for her own exclusive use.
  • Evil Laughter: Which un-nerves the staff in the Kagari house as she relishes "showing off" her Living Weapon.
  • Evil Matriarch: She's the matriarch of the Kagari family who abused, tortured and wanted to murder her own daughter to make her into a Living Weapon and extract the resulting Eldritch Abomination for her own exclusive use.
  • Faux Affably Evil: She speaks in polite phrases, but she looks upon everyone else with undisguised contempt.
  • Hate Sink: She's unquestionably the evilest and most loathsome villain in the series. She treated Ayaka as a lab rat and makes disturbing passes at Honoka who she wants to make her husband against his will to gain Evermillion's powers. She's designed so the audience feels nothing but revulsion at her.
  • Green Thumb: In addition to her fire-based magics, she can summon large, thorny branches to attack or restrain her opponents. When she does this to Kazane, it does not go well for her.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: Kazane is not Ayaka's birth mother; Kagoyu is.
  • Obviously Evil: In her introduction, she's sporting an Evil Grin and a dark aura around her that lets both the audience and Kazane know this woman is an evil villain.
  • Offing the Offspring: She uses a magic ritual that would kill her daughter in order to extract and seal Evermillion, for her own exclusive use.
  • Playing with Fire: As is the hallmark of the Kagari household, she specializes in fire-based magic.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair is shown reaching past her waist.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Connections!: Kazane lampshades that Kagoyu has so much magical power and political influence that she can effectively ignore law enforcement whenever she wishes, even if that includes felony child abuse.
  • Smug Snake: She thinks she's superior to Kazane, despite knowing Kazane is bad end, an End Witch.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Her face looks a lot like her daughter's.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: She can turn into a giant kitsune at will.
  • The Unfettered: She believes her goal of making the pinnacle of fire-based spirits and magics justifies any nasty thing she does, including abusing, exploiting, and murdering her own daughter.
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