Angst? What Angst?: Though this is the first time Clain has witnessed people getting killed in Episode 3, Clain is only mildly bothered by the events of the previous episode and quickly regains his composure in Episode 4.
Base-Breaking Character: Applies to several of the characters. In Fandom, Nessa is either loved or hated. On a lesser note, fans either see Clain as a decent audience surrogate or annoying in general, and Phryne as an interesting character or a bitch. And then there are viewers who just despiseEnri for constantly mouthing off that Clain is a pervert, only suddenlyshow concern for him in Episode 8.
Complete Monster: Barrot is one of the highest-ranking figures of the Temple, a society which has enslaved the world to the Fractal System, and is the second-in-command to Archpriestess Moeran. By nature a perverted sociopath, Barrot is the current head of the Temple's cloning project, which has manufactured hundreds of thousands of identical clones all under the name of Phryne for the purpose of experimenting on them to see if they are worthy to become the key to restarting the Fractale System; any that do not meet the qualifications are disposed of. Barrot has defiled and disposed of these clones over and over, and fixates on one particular Phryne clone, raising the Phryne as his own daughter and subjecting her to sexual attentions. After Phryne escapes from the Temple, Barrot orders a wide search for her, fully willing to assault a village linked with Lost Millennium and pay immoral clients should they be capable of turning Phryne in. Barrot later retrieves Phryne, and forces her into a virginal check under the threat of Clain's life, and later boasts that he himself raped Phryne in order to emulate the experiences of Phryne's first body and make her suitable to become the key, gloating that she was "the finest vintage I ever matured." Barrot is narcissistic enough to view himself as the world's savior for his immoral research, and takes in any opportunity to soak in his own ego and sick sense of self-satisfaction.
Ensemble Dark Horse: Nessa. Sunda also gained an increase of fans after a particular badass moment in Episode 10.
Moral Event Horizon: Pretty much everyone hatesBarrot for attempting to force a virginity check on Phryne and wants him dead for embracing/fondling Phryne and licking her cheek in front of Clain and Nessa, no less.
Nessa in Episode 4 when it appears Clain accidentally leaves her behind. Subverted in that Nessa turns up on the Lost Millennium airship in Episode 5, and she easily gets over her disappointment in Clain and her anger towards Phryne during a game of hide-and-seek.
Phryne, Phryne, Phryne. She almost gets raped by Gail in Episode 7, and who knows how long her father-like figure Barrot has been acting all touchy-feely around her and just what exactly he has been doing to her prior to her escaping the temple.