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Magical boys and girls are conceived from individuals with blossoming determination and hope. These chosen few must fight for their lives to reach the ultimate prize, a single wish, or perish in the attempt. Anima Solus is a Magical boy and girl roleplay group inspired by the popular series Puella Magi Madoka Magica.

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Characters in alphabetical order by first name. You may also link to their pages here.

I want to fly
Andrei Leight

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"My name's Beatrix, but call me Bea!"
I wish my sister was alive
Beatrix Adler

Beatrix had a relatively normal childhood, living with her parents and sister in Suburbia. When she was thirteen, Beatrix's twin sister was involved in a car accident and died. Unable to cope with the grief, Beatrix buried herself in her then-budding career in modelling. She made her wish shortly after her twin's death.

Beatrix prefers to be called 'Bea'. She often hangs out with her older cousin, Vittoria— 'Tori' and her childhood friend Jason. Normally, Beatrix is outwardly happy and easygoing, but can be unexpectedly aggressive in battle. She likes to push people's buttons, and sometimes can actively antagonize someone to see their reaction. However, Beatrix does not go so far as to bully others, and is generally respectful to everyone (except her mother). The topic of Beatrix's twin sister Rebecca is one of the few triggers for her temper— which can range from either mild anger and sarcasm to a volatile rage.

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I want the power to make things I imagine real
Capria Lunas

Capria is a seemingly ordinary sophomore in college. No, really. No traumatic past, no mental disorders, nothing. She's actually very ordinary to the point of describing herself as boring. It is for this very reason that she became a Magi. For the most part, she finds life extremely boring. She made her wish out of a desire to make her life interesting. Despite this, she is good-natured and laid back, almost to the point of indifference. Capria really doesn't distinguish between friends and enemies, rather, she treats everyone she comes across with decency and expects the same in return. Her height makes her a good big sister character, and she is willing to go Mama Bear on people who hurt her "siblings" for any reason; she will, however, deliver said punishment with her usual deadpan expression.

Tropes associated with Capria:

  • Berserk Button: Amazon Mode, a special state that she enters after experiencing extreme amounts of pain or emotional strain, is basically the point where she says screw logic and emotion and attacks full-throttle.
  • Big Eater: Capria seems to always be eating, though is not a glutton by any stretch of the imagination.
  • Cool Big Sis: Particularly to Andrei.
  • Friend to All Children
  • Gentle Giant: Capria is the tallest female character in AS. She's also one of the least crazy.
  • Girlish Pigtails: In her Magi form. She's not too fond of them.
  • Meaningful Name: Her name is derived from Capricorn, which is also her astrological symbol. Her last name, Lunas, denotes the moon, which is Capricorn's detriment.
  • No Guy Wants an Amazon: Capria has yet to be shipped with anyone, which is quite the feat all things considered...
  • Reality Maker: Her wish will literally make her into one.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Her eyes turn red in Amazon Mode.
  • The Chessmaster: Capria is on the college chess team, claiming it as her "sport" after quitting the Volleyball Team. In battle, she tends to account for many different possiblities and plans accordingly.
  • True Neutral
  • Western Zodiac See Meaningful Name above.
  • Zettai Ryouiki
That mask is kind of creepy.
I want to be the commander of Space and Time

There are a number of mysterious people in this world. Some keep their mystery hidden behind a facade of normality, and some parade it off to the world by sporting a very noticable demonic mask and hat while wearing as many layers of clothes as possible. Cecil is the latter.

Cecil is a condescending and angry fellow, who always tries her best to be the posterchild of the Cool Masks trope- sometimes even going as far as to explain to the other person how they should have reacted to her 'coolness.' Though it's obvious she isn't cool at all and is forcing this behavior to shape herself into someone she's not, she continues to adopt this personality and it doesn't seem to help- since in reality it seems that she just wants to have friends.

Cecil has an odd curiosity with Orion, going as far as to mask her gender just to be able to communicate with him. Either there is something she isn't telling us, or she just wants to try and befriend someone as socially awkward as her.

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Meet Charty
I wish to be a ringleader...
Chartreuse Delmington

Born to a workaholic mother and a stay at home, reclusive father; Chartreuse often found herself playing in a world of fantasy. Her family use to go on excursions to many places when she was younger and one of her fondest memories was the circus. The circus became her obsession and ultimate dream.

As she grew up, unlike most children, her fantasy world did not leave her nor did her fantasy friends. Although she is a creative and free-hearted spirit she is also extremely far gone. Delving into her mind, she sees the world as she wants it to be, that of Knights, Kings, Queens, Dwarfs, Fairies, and so on, therefore making her a hard character to socialize with.

During battle she is essentially heartless though playful. She will play it nice and try to converse with her enemy and even help another to a certain point but when it's down to the end of the line, she will do what ever it takes to come out on top.

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I want to bring joy to the suffering. That is my wish.
Corelle Evelyn

A sweet, optimistic, somewhat naive girl who wants to help others and help make the world a better place. Being a Magi seemed like a viable option to fulfil that want. Too bad being Magi is suffering...

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I wish to be cuter
Corin Ellery

Corin had been idolized ever since she was little because of her height and boyish good looks. The girls in her class treated her as an object, the "prince" of their grade. The boys in the school also dislike Corin because of this. Although Corin wanted to make friends, the girls in the class never attempted to get close with her. They fawned over her as one would over a kitten. In turn, Corin did the best she could to please them and keep them happy, though she secretly hated how they treated her like a boy.

Corin had one childhood friend. He was the only one who treated Corin like a girl rather than a "prince". Corin quickly developed a large crush on her childhood friend, but was devastated when she overheard that he only liked "cute" girls. Corin wants to be a normal, cute girl, so that she can make friends and so that her childhood friend would finally notice her.

Tropes associated with Corin:

  • Bifauxnen Though unintentional, many people mistake Corin for a male. Lady Looks Like a Dude also applies here.
  • Childhood Friend Romance Averted heavily, much to Corin's dismay.
  • Crazy Cat Lady Her cat's name is "Princess Nyako" and Corin dotes on her excessively.
  • Fangirl Corin is an avid fan of her favorite romance series.
  • Inferiority Superiority Complex She uses this with the girls in her class. She tries to make up for the fact that she isn't girly by acting tougher for them.
  • Meaningful Name Corin means spear. Guess what weapon she uses. Also, Corin is a unisex name, so it does nothing to distinguish her gender for others.

I want to be loved
Daehyun Kim

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I want the voices and visions to stop
Elinor Duboise

Tropes associated with Elinor:

I want to devour everything
Freya Euxine Callisto R. Nifleheim

Tropes associated with Freya:

  • Bare Your Midriff: Notably one of two characters who does this in her Magi form, but Freya does it to a much greater extent than the other.
  • Big Eater: Her Magi wish is to devour everything, and her appetite is nothing to sneeze at.
  • Action Girl: She /is/ the only Rank 1 Female Magi, after all.

The Loves always die.
I wish to have my left arm back.
Jackie Love

A nice girl with a capacity for great patience and understanding, she also enjoys poorly written rap music.

Tropes associated with Jackie:

  • Socially Awkward Hero: Can hold her own in Forlorn battles, but only made it to the doorstep of Pier’s rager party.
  • Parental Substitute: Currently raising her nephew.
  • You Taught Me That: Misunderstanding her grandmother has her going down a path where she assumes friendships are only achieved through endless giving of herself.
  • {{Is This What Anger Feels Like?}}: Pushed too far she’ll go berserk with repressed anger over her trauma.
  • Loony Fan: Runs a tumblr devoted to her favorite model, Bea.
  • Magical Differently Abeled Person
"Let's just get this over with."
I want to rewrite memories
Mikael Leroy

Mikael is one of the lesser known magi as he does not stand out nor does he particularly want to stand out. Generally passive, he's not too much of a threat since he's much too apathetic to do anything else. Usually misses out general events since he's either lost or asleep or both.

As far as obtaining his wish, this university freshman is more than happy to quietly amass aurora without attention. A huge pushover, it's more than likely that he will offer compliance without complaint. However, as neutral as he may come across as, his life comes first and survival is absolute key. Despite his casual methods, he is more than efficient in a fight.

It would just be easier for all of us if you forgot about him.

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The face of insanity. Or something.
I want to live in the world I see in my head
Orion Elliott

Outside of Magi duties, Orion is a completely normal boy. A bit quiet, he generally seems like your typical high school student. Sometimes he cracks a concerning smile every now and again, but it's not evidence enough to make you think he's some kind of insane scythe-wielding mass murderer.

Of course though, when he transforms, that suspicion comes true. He loses most traces of his former being and becomes a brainwashed murdering machine. The slight of blood (his own or otherwise) sends him into a fit of maniacal laughter, and the only thing that satisfies him is some form of pain either on his end or the other. Once he finishes his duty (or dies), he reverts back to normal and has only a twisted recollection of the episode.

Generally, he is manipulative and only makes certain social connections based on the benefit he will receive. In his mind he harbors some concerning thoughts (but nothing as brutal as like what his Magi self would ponder about), and he has no problem betraying people for his own benefit. Even though he is riddled with malicious intent, he is a very childish teenager and finds amusement in cartoons and things directed towards the younger audience. Towards people he is comfortable around, he just comes off as plain naive and silly.

He also can't talk to girls.

Tropes associated with Orion:
Probably his face before being impaled mercilessly by frozen piss. Just another day in the life of a magi.
I want my loved ones' hopes and dreams to become a reality
Piers Odin

Piers is a hot-headed, aggressive red-head with a hairband being his more defining feature. He's also known to have horrible luck, and an affinity for having those he cares about end up in horrible situations, which is how his wish came about in the first place. This magi comes off as abrasive and rude on the surface, but underneath he really just never wants to be alone, and is both sympathetic and a great shoulder to lean on. In short he has a Sugar and Ice Personality. On a less serious note, he is known for dying first in completely unorthodox ways, cross dressing, being generally the butt of all the jokes OOC, setting fire to shit, and being assaulted by everyone.

Tropes associated with Piers:

  • Anime Hair: Not even his own creator knows how it works.
  • Born Unlucky
  • Butt-Monkey: Notorious for dying first, in unsuspecting ways, or both.
  • Cordon Bleugh Chef: Piers has been cooking for himself since high school, and makes some decent food. It's just that everything ends up being inhumanely spicy because that's just the way Piers likes his food.
  • Dragged into Drag: Portrayed cross dressing OOC. (April Fool's, etc.)
  • Fiery Redhead: Somewhat literally, since he can summon flames and he's been drawn on fire several times.
  • Good Neutral
  • How Is That Even Possible?: He questions almost everything magical that happens. Even when he becomes a magi, he still questions the plausibility of weird shit happening.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Do I even need to explain this one.
  • Punny Name: Not the worst case of this by far (see below), but his name is commonly used in puns with "pear, pears, pair, pier, peer, and pierce".
  • Stopped Caring: After a while, Piers just welcomed all the bullshit that ensued from being a magi.
  • The Worlds Expert on Getting Killed
  • They Killed Kenny
  • Undignified Death: Examples include being impaled by whale piss, and by being thrown multiple times at a giant poisonous monster engulfing the city.
  • Western Zodiac: Piers is based off the Aries horoscope sign. His solus gem is located on his head, the area of the body represented by Aries. Additionally, his personality is close to that of what is typically an Aries. There's quite a few more connections, if you're into looking into that kind of stuff.
  • Who Names Their Kid "Dude"?: Because naming your child after a boat dock seems like a really good idea.

I want my definition of immortality
Raycer Athnai

Tropes associated with Raycer:

  • Sour Outside, Sad Inside: Outwardly cold or rude to others to hide his crybaby personality and depression.
  • Unfortunate Names: No commentary needed.
  • No Name Given: Freya refers to him as "Raymundo" due to the fact that he never gave her his name. Piers also calls him this, even though he DOES know. Ray is generally reluctant to tell people his first name, and with good reason.
  • Immortality Seeker: His wish to be immortal on his terms. If wish is attained, becomes Who Wants to Live Forever?.

I want to be accepted for who I am.
Samuel Carter

The son of a rich entrepeneur, Samuel is the second of three children, with a younger and older sister.

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To have the biggest harem ever.
Scott Love

A self-proclaimed protector of ALL WOMEN EVERYWHERE.

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I wish I could just be happy
Vittoria Adler

Tori is a wild child, who takes nothing personally. She's a bad influence, especially to her cousin Beatrix. She is always up for a fight, no matter who challenges her. She is extremely generous, and usually very patient. She wants to become a psychiatrist. She'll often do favors for people, even total strangers without expecting anything in return— something that has gotten her in trouble before. She doesn't like seeing others sad and will actively try to help them, even if they at first refuse help. She also has a bad habit of psychoanalyzing people to their face.

Tropes associated with Tori:

I want to become the world's Champion
Lucien Ansberry

A proud Englishman with a fairly stable moral compass. Always willing to help others, he continuously attempts to pursue the image of sincerity, patience, and general good. Despite this, he is actually quite close to inverting almost completely from his seemingly benevolent personality due to his slight emotional instability. He is a master of several fighting styles and only uses them at his own discretion.

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    Group Tropes 

For tropes that apply to groups of three or more Magi.

  • Can't Live With Them, Can't Live Without Them: RGB ship (Raycer, Freya, Piers). Piers hates Ray, Ray hates both the other two, but they're all friends in the end. But just barely.
  • Chromatic Arrangement: Piers (red), Racyer (green), and Freya (blue). The first and last two enjoy bothering the middle one.
  • The Last Dance: Let's just face it: just about EVERYONE'S done one of these, if not multiple times.
  • One True Threesome: Pierniture. (And trust me I've tried to find a better trope for this already.) With Piers, Mephiste, and Colette. It's like Spicy Bread but ten times deadlier and with 200% more furniture and Piers being thrown around.
  • Power Trio: Orion as Fire, Andrei as Lightning, and Scott as Ice.


For relationships between Magi- romantic, platonic, or otherwise.

  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: Capria and Andrei. Platonic. Made comical by Andrei's ability to make himself weigh only ten pounds. Capria is known to just pick him up and carry him off at times. (Note that this trope also applies to her and every guy she meets with only three exceptions)
  • Everyone Can See It: Corelle and Andrei
  • Rescue Romance: Corelle and Andrei met when Corelle saved Andrei from being bullied by Mephiste.
  • Twice Shy: Andrei's awkward and Corelle doesn't want to jeopardise their friendship.
  • Gender-Bender Friendship Cecil's actually a girl, but is keeping it a secret. Assumed to be because of Orion's Cannot Talk to Women status.
  • She Is Not My Girlfriend:
    • Freya and Raycer, from Ray.
    • That's what Piers keeps telling everyone about Colette, because he honestly has a girlfriend. But everyone ignores him anyways.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl Mephiste is like 100ft and Trefle is around an ich.
  • Theme Pairing Piers and Colette is called Spicy Bread, the bread part coming from an OOC comment that eventually evolved into this, and the spicy part from the fact that both parties like god-awfully spicy food.
  • The Rival: Raycer and Piers. Platonic(?) hate. Despite despising each other, they don't want the other permanently dead.


Tropes about the USERS of Anima Solus. Alphabetical order please!


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