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- Absolute Cleavage: Part of her usual outfits.
- A Date with Rosie Palms: Has a habit of touching herself at the sight of Asagi being sexually tortured.
- Arch Enemy: This woman seems to only exist for the sole purpose of making poor Asagi's life a living hell.
- Ax Crazy: Takes sadistic pleasure in raping and tormenting anyone unfortunate enough to be captured by her, all the while laughing at their misery.
- Back From the Dead: No matter how many times Asagi seems to kill her, she just keeps coming back. The secret to her "immortality"; "Oboro" is a series of clones. If one is killed, another one is created (with the memory of the previous clone) as a replacement.
- Big Bad: To Edwin Black's Bigger Bad. She serves as this for the majority of series.
- Bob Haircut: With a long strand of hair added to the back.
- Combat Pragmatist: It's worth mentioning that Oboro can't actually defeat Asagi in a fair fight, so Oboro would often resort to trickery when she is trying to capture Asagi.
- Evil Counterpart: For both Asagi and Oboro Kokawa.
- Evil Knockoff: It is revealed in Taimanin Asagi 3, that this "Oboro" we have come to know is in fact a clone of the heroic Taimanin Oboro Kokawa.
- Fallen Hero: Subverted. Originally, it was believed that Oboro was a former Taimanin that betrayed her comrades to join Edwin Black. It was later revealed that "this Oboro" is just an Evil Knockoff created by Black, meaning she was never a hero to begin with, and was always a horrible person.
- Faux Affably Evil
- Depraved Bisexual: Is shown to be attract to Edwin Black in the OVA and raped Asagi's boyfriend, Kyousuke, but also has a habit of touching herself at the sight of Asagi being raped, and even personal raped Sakura.
- Femme Fatale: Her standard look and attitude.
- The Heavy: While Edwin Black is the driving force for the entire franchise, Oboro is usually the one that confronts and torments Asagi.
- Hijacked by Ganon: A rather odd example. In TA2, Oboro basically reclaimed her position of Big Bad from herself, Clone Oboro. The new Oboro is a supposedly revived version from TA1 (although it later implied in TA3 that she just another clone with TA1 Oboro's memories). After her return she would either kill Clone Oboro or force her clone sister to be a Sex Slave along with Asagi and Sakura.
- I Have You Now, My Pretty: Naturally, she is a villain from a hentai. However, she does to this to both men and woman, with Asagi being her favorite target.
- Joker Immunity: Oboro never seems to stay dead. Following the canon storyline alone, Oboro has died a total of four times. She was killed by Asagi before the first game, then killed by the Igawa sisters during climax of TA1, then her clone is killed by Vampire!Oboro in TA2, and then killed again by Asuka in TA3. Seeing as Black Lilith is far from done with their Cash Cow Franchise, she is likely to return in the next game.
- Knight of Cerebus: Any scenes involving her is enough to make things a lot worse.
- Lady in Red: To contribute to her Femme Fatale appearance.
- Loves the Sound of Screaming: Asagi's in particular.
- Me's a Crowd: Apparently, "Oboro" is a series of clones created by Edwin Black, so there are multiple incarnations of her. The first clone was killed by Asagi sometime before the start of the TA1. The second clone, believing that she is the resurrected first clone, serves as the Big Bad of TA1, before being killed by Asagi and Sakura. The third clone, Clone Oboro, serves as the Big Bad of TA2. It is worth mentioning that Clone Oboro, unlike the previous two clones, was the first incarnation of Oboro that knew about her statues as a clone. Clone Oboro would be killed by Vampire Oboro at the end of TA2. Vampire Oboro claims to the resurrected second clone, however it's implied that she is actually a fourth clone, with the memories of the second clone, that was turned into a vampire after being created.
- Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: More like Ninja Demon Vampire Clone.
- Psychopathic Womanchild: Her overall mindset in making the Igawa sister suffer brings to mind of a child dismantling her dolls.
- Revenge: On Asagi for killing her, twice.
- The Scapegoat: Part of the reason why Edwin Black had her created, so that all of Asagi's hatred for the ones responsible for her misfortunes would be directed at her and not Black himself.
- Sexual Karma: In the first game and the OVA, Edwin Black would force her to endure the same sexual torture that she forced upon Asagi and Sakura, as punishment for over stepping her boundaries. In Taimanin Asagi 2, in one of the bad ending routes, Vampire Oboro would force Clone Oboro to endure sexual torture as part of the clone's original Super Soldier experiments.
- She's Got Legs: Fond of wearing outfits that show off quite a bit of hers.
- Smug Snake: Is prone to lots of overconfidence, especially when she believes she's basically won.
- The Starscream: In Taimanin Asagi 3.
- Vampire: Becomes one in Taimanin Asagi 2.
- We Used to Be Friends: Believe it or not, Asagi and Oboro use to friends, with Oboro being something of The Mentor to Asagi, during Asagi's earlier days as a Taimanin. However, the is subverted when it is revealed in Taimanin Asagi 3 that the real Oboro Kokawa(Asagi's friend) was in fact replaced with an Evil Knockoff, who went on to be Asagi's Arch Enemy and was never Asagi's friend to begin with.
- Wolverine Claws: Oboro's signature weapon.
Edwin Black Edit
Edwin Black is the main, overarching series antagonist, with deep ties to Oboro and the criminal underworld (particularly the supernatural side). He is also a vampire, and while he bears many classic traits of one, his powers are hinted to be much broader.
- Affably Evil: Sure the guy runs an evil organization that indulges in all kind of depraved activates, but Black himself doesn't seems nearly as bad as the other villains listed here. Even when he's trying to take over the world, Black is surprising polite, respectful, and even at times honorable.
- Anti-Villain: See Noble Demon for the details.
- Bad Ass: He's considered the highest class threat in the entire verse, to the point every other demon is smart enough (with a few notable exceptions) to not question his authority. The Taimanins regard him with equal respect as a very dangerous foe.
- The Bad Guy Wins: In final (non-canon) ending of Asagi route in TA3. He succeed in getting rid of most the Taimanins who opposed him, does away with The Starscream Oboro, the US forces are now under his control, and turns Asagi into his loyal vampire mate.
- Technically speaking, also applies to the first two main games in a more subtle way. He won the first game by firmly establishing Oboro as a more depraved and monstrous proxy for himself to deflect blame on, and the second game has a lot of behind the scenes manipulation of political affairs he was involved in, and Oboro's actions were just a very elaborate yet intentional smokescreen to make sure he had no interference from the Taimanin while he achieved his goals. Oboro went a little overboard and forced him to intervene a little to make sure Oboro didn't actually kill Asagi, but he otherwise got what he wanted.
- Barrier Warrior: See Gravity Master below.
- Big Bad: For Taimanin Asagi 3 and the series as a whole. However, he usual plays the role of Bigger Bad in other installments outside of TA3.
- Bigger Bad: Serves as this for most of the visual novels and OVA series, while Oboro and other more direct villains act as the Big Bads. It wouldn't be until Taimanin Asagi 3 does he finally take on the role of Big Bad.
- The Corrupter: Serve as one for Asagi. Apart from world domination, one of his main goals is to get Asagi on his side. He has been manipulating the events of the entire series with the endgame goal of having Asagi given in to her Super-Powered Evil Side, so he can turn her into his vampire mate, all the while using Oboro as a scapegoat for every horrible occurrence that happened in Asagi's life.
- Evil vs. Evil: Has his fair share of The Starscream that he has to deal with, namely Kiryuu and Oboro.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He seems to hold deep affection for Ingrid, to the point of saving her from a Complete Monster, even allying willingly with the Taimanins to do so.
- Even Evil Has Standards: He is utterly disgusted by most of Oboro's more depraved acts, allied with the Taimanins to take down Kiryuu, and utterly refuses to backstab even his enemies when circumstances force them to work together, allowing the Taimanins to leave peacefully in gratitude for their help against Kiryuu, which is reciprocated.
- Gravity Master: Can manipulate gravity to create a barrier.
- The Heavy: For the series as a whole. He has been directly or indirectly responsible for the advents of nearly every installment in the franchise (with the exception of the Taimanin Yukikaze games, which seemed to have occurred outside his control). Nearly every Big Bad in the series was one of his subordinates, or have some connection to Black.
- Load-Bearing Boss: NOMAD is heavily implied to only succeed because he's the driving force behind it. The true ending of TA3 reveals it quickly self destructs without him.
- Luke, I Am Your Father: It is revealed in Taimanin Kurenai that he had two daughters, Felicia and the titular character herself, Kurenai.
- Noble Demon: He is no hero, and never has any plans to Heel Face Turn, but he does have standards, which include showing disgust for most of Oboro's more cruel tendencies, being willing to join forces with his enemies to deal with even more depraved monsters, and is fairly serious about keeping his word and repaying debts.
- Off with His Head!: Is on the receiving end of this thanks to Asagi.
- One-Winged Angel: More like four armed angel.
- Our Vampires Are Different: The series doesn't really go into detail whether Edwin is a demon with the characteristic of a vampire or a full fledged one, though it's confirmed he lacks many traditional vampire weaknesses.
- Monster Progenitor: It's stated that Edwin Black is the oldest and progenitor of his kind.
- Pragmatic Villainy: While this guy has enough positive traits to be considered a Noble Demon, he is still the leader of an organization that is filled demons and rapists, and is responsible turning the "Taimainverse" into a Crapsack World. Even many of his more noble endeavors are motivated by goals that would eventually benefit him in the end. For example, his acts of mercy towards Asagi are just his way of trying to convince her to join his side.
- Really 700 Years Old
- Shadow Dictator: His organization control most of Japan in Taimanin Asagi 1 and 2. He ends up controlling most of the world in Taimanin Asagi 3.
- Shapeshifting: Demonstrates this in third game by disguising himself as Prime Minister Kojiro Asai. Also uses this in the Hell Knight Ingrid OVA.
- Super Smoke
- Tall, Dark, and Handsome
- Took a Level In Jerkass: He was more-or-less a Noble Demon for most of the series, however Taimanin Asagi 3 really showed ruthless and unforgivable he can be.
- Villainous Crush: On Asagi. Interestingly, it can be ultimately subverted if Asagi does become utterly broken by his subordinates, as his intended goal is to make her realize the foolishness of resisting him and join him willingly (or utterly give in to her demonic side, which amounts to the same thing for all intents and purposes), and watching her go mad from all the crap she endures rather than doing so is actually a turn off for him.
- We Can Rule Together: One of his main goals is to get Asagi on his side.
Edwin Black's right hand woman, the Makai Kishin Ingrid, or "Hell Knight" Ingrid is utterly loyal to Black, not to mention has barely concealed feelings for her boss.
- Absolute Cleavage: In her business suit attire.
- Action Girl: Best showcased in the first half of Episode 1 of her OVA.
- Affably Evil: Even with her stern personality, she is by far the nicest villain on this list.
- Ambiguously Brown: Her skin tone.
- Anti-Villain: To the point the only reason she's a villain is because of the side she's on.
- Ascended Extra: Goes from being a side character in Taimanin Murasaki to getting her own OVA series. She was also given a large supporting role in Taimanin Asagi 3.
- Baby Factory: Almost suffers this fate with Murasaki at the end of her OVA series, but they spared from this thanks to the timely rescue of Edwin Black and Murasaki's brother.
- Balloon Belly: Suffered this in the first 2 episodes of her OVA and in Taimanin Asagi 3, all of which were caused by cum inflation.
- Big Ol' Eyebrows: Her eyebrows are incredibly pronounced, and she's one of the very few characters with this particular trait. They are slightly toned down in the OVA.
- Brainwashed: Was brainwashed to be Oboro's slave at the near end of Taimanin Asagi 3, and remained as her slave by the end of the visual novel. Though since Oboro is canonically dead by this point, it's up in the air as to whether it's still in effect.
- Breakout Character: Due to her immense popularity, she went from being the third billing character in Taimanin Murasaki to having a larger role in one of the main game and given an entire OVA series dedicated to her.
- Christmas Cake: In the canon story line of the visual novels, Ingrid is still a virgin in Taimanin Asagi 3, apparently saving herself for Edwin Black.
- Cute Monster Girl: She is stated to be a demon in visual novels, however she has the appearance of a beautiful human woman.
- Dark-Skinned Redhead: Though her hair is more rose pink, but otherwise fits.
- The Dragon: Acts as one for Edwin Black.
- Even Evil Has Standards: Despite being a "villain" from a Hentai, Ingrid actually deeply despise the practice of raping and/or torturing people. She has shown open distaste to the villains who commute these vile actions. A few times, she would even try to prevent the other villains from committing these crimes, unless Black says otherwise.
- Evil Counterpart: Maybe not exactly "evil", but she seems to be one for Murasaki. Both do share several personality traits, like being stern and confident, but can be a bit cocky in battle. There is also the fact that both expressing nothing but Undying Loyalty for the leaders of their organization, Asagi for Murasaki and Edwin Black for Ingrid, due to being in love with them.
- Flash Step: She faster than most Taimanin.
- Friend to All Children: She has a big soft spot when it come to children. Kiryuu was able to use this to capture her in the OVA.
- Hidden Depths: She actually does do real secretarial work for Edwin Black, so her business suit female attire isn't just a civilian disguise.
- Hopeless Suitor: While Black does care about her, it's pretty clears that he was his eyes set for Asagi.
- Kill It with Fire: Anything that is cut by her blade while spontaneously combust into hellfire.
- Mythology Gag: In the Hell Knight Ingrid OVA, was given a Balloon Belly due to cum inflation on two occasions, neither of which did not occur in Taimanin Murasaki. However, a similar scene was used in TA3, where Ingrid suffer a Balloon Belly in the same manner as the OVA series.
- My Master, Right or Wrong: Given how much honor and innate decency she shows of her own volition, this is basically the only reason she serves Edwin Black.
- Noble Demon: She is a Friend to All Children, hates seeing Taimanin (who are technically her enemies) being tortured and raped, and is a genuinely nice person, who just happen to be The Dragon for the series Big Bad. Honestly, she can easily pass off as one of the heroes if it wasn't for that last part.
- Noble Top Enforcer: She is The Dragon to Black, but she still the most noble villain in the entire franchise.
- Older Than They Look: The fact that she doesn't visible age after the 8 years time skip between Taimanin Murasaki and Taimanin Asagi 3, is a clear indication that she is much older than she looks.
- Sex Slave: Becomes one in the canon ending of Taimanin Asagi 3, thank to Oboro brainwashing. Only time will tell if she will be able to escape this fate in a future installment.
- Sexy Secretary: When she isn't out slaying demons or fighting the Taimanin, she is Edwin Black's secretary. As you can see from her profile image, she is certainly looks good in her uniform.
- Subordinate Excuse: The only reason she works for Black is due to her feelings for him.
- Thong of Shielding: The black thong that's a part of her "hell knight" outfit.
- Token Good Teammate: The only "villain" in the series that does not advocate raping or torturing people, even if they are her enemies. Naturally, this makes her a target among the other villains. She's also the only subordinate of Black whose loyalty never changes to him of her own volition, further highlighting how much more noble she is despite her choice of allegiance.
- Underboobs: When she is wearing her "hell knight" outfit.
- Undying Loyalty: Toward Edwin Black.
- Vapor Wear: Even in her civilian garb, she clearly isn't wearing a bra.
- Villain Protagonist: Serves as the main protagonist in the spin-off Hell Knight Ingrid OVA.
Kiryuu Sabato Edit
The Chief-Scientist for Edwin Black's organization, NOMAD. Originally a human scientist who study the "dark arts", he was killed by Murasaki, but was revived as a demon thanks to his underlings. Kiryuu now plans to overthrow Black for leadership.
- Ascended Extra: Was mention by name as the scientist that performed the body modifications on Asagi and Sakura in Taimanin Asagi, but at the time he didn't even have a character sprite. He is now a major recurring character in the franchise.
- Asshole Victim: In the OVA. Both Edwin Black and Ingrid feel no guilt in disposing him. Granted, Black already knows that Kiryu's been scheming behind his back, and Ingrid pays him back for all the pain he inflicted on her.
- Awesomeness By Analysis: Utilizes this to learn the demonic equivalent of optic camouflage from Ingrid.
- Big Bad: For Taimanin Murasaki (even though most of it was told through his point of view) and the Hell Knight Ingird OVA.
- Complete Monster: He's almost like the male equivalent to Oboro, pretty much. Although he is "slightly" more redeemable in TA3 onwards, since he now the good guys' side, but he has admitted that he still be a villain if circumstance hasn't forced him to join their side.
- Combat Tentacles: When he is not using them as Naughty Tentacles.
- Death by Adaptation: Was killed off at the end of Hell Knight Ingrid, but is still alive and well in the visual novel series (being forced to work under the employment of the Taimanin organization).
- Enemy Mine: Even though he's on the good guy side in the third game, he's basically been press ganged into it after surviving his debut game, where he lost his bid for power and was captured by the Taimanin. However, they needed his skills, and he needed their protection since his failure meant he was nothing but a target for his former employers, and he's smart enough to realize pissing off his only remaining source of protection is far too dangerous.
- Expy: Cast in a similar mold as Professor Hojo for being both amoral, bispectacled mad scientists who have no qualms in experimenting both humans and monsters alike to further their plans, fantasies of godhood, and transforms into a monstrous form once confronted by their respective adversaries.
- Faux Affably Evil: Tries to present himself as a respectable scientist and aristocrat, but it never last as his sadistic nature and Jerkass tendencies tend to get the better of him.
- Half-Human Hybrid: Technically, his body is still human, but demonic power has reanimated him and he's now a semi-immortal demon who still retains his human form by default.
- Hate Sink: Even worse than Oboro.
- Healing Factor: It's possible to kill him even as a demon, but his healing power as a demonic being is high enough he's have to be utterly obliterated in one shot to make sure the death took, as he takes a punch that caves in half his skull at the beginning of the third game and heals back completely from it, shrugging it off as mild injury.
- Hellish Pupils
- H-Game POV Character: Type VI; A for Taimanin Murasaki.
- I Have You Now, My Pretty: Murasaki tends to be his favorite target.
- Karma Houdini: In the visual novel. Considering that this guy is a rapist how subjugated countless woman to be Sex Slaves, being forced to work for the good guys and being put under house arrest at their headquarters seems like just a slap on the wrist.
- The writers of the series apparently realized this, which is why before the end of the first act his former mentor Furst subjects him to a horrifically slow death he only escapes due to a hidden backup plan and redeems himself further by foiling the attempt to take Asagi out, now having even more reason to never try going back to the bad guy side.
- Mad Scientist
- Jerkass: At his best. Even being on the good guy team doesn't do much aside from water down his sadism.
- Organic Technology: Many of his inventions tends to be this.
- Slap Slap Kiss: How he sees his and Murasaki's "relationship", even though she has no intention of getting beyond the beating the crap out of him part (which he enjoys).
- Spear Counterpart: Seems to be a male version of Oboro. Similarities include an obsession with a Taimanin that killed them in a previous life, being resurrected as a demon, and doing everything they can to make that Taimanin suffer.
- Stalker Shrine: You can see he's plastered a small one to the wall in his lab with a bunch of Murasaki pictures in the third game, though he doesn't have to actually stalk her.
- The Starscream: Plan to overthrow Edwin Black in both visual novel and in the OVA series, it doesn't work.
- Tall, Dark and Handsome: Once you get past his Slasher Smile and Combat Tentacles, is actually a fairly decent looking man.
- Token Evil Teammate: For the Taimanins after his capture in the canon ending for Taimanin Murasaki. He was the one who undoes all the body modification done to the Taimanins from previous installments, and is forced to work under them in exchange for his life and protection from Edwin Black. He also seems happy with the fact that he gets to work along side Murasaki, much to her dismay.
- Too Kinky to Torture: To the point that he'd be fine with Murasaki vivisecting him if she was the one doing so.
- Villainous Crush: On Murasaki, despite the fact she killed him when he was human.
- Villain Protagonist: Taimanin Murasaki was told mostly from his point of view, despite technically being the Big Bad of that story.
Originally one of several Taimanins that went missing while investigating Tokyo Kingdom, she was apparently captured and turned into a Super Soldier by Oboro's clone. She now serves the clone, and helps Oboro in her plans to mentally break Asagi and Sakura so they can turn them into living weapons just like her.
- Adaptational Sexuality: She is portrayed as a Psycho Lesbian in Taimanin Asagi 2, however in Taimanin Asagi: Battle Arena she portrayed as a Depraved Bisexual.
- Affably Evil: She is a genuinely polite person that doesn't hold any real malice toward the Igawa sisters. She even admits that she actually likes them. However, between her insanity cause by Oboro's experiment, and her desire to have a "sister" just like her, Saya isn't above tormenting them.
- Alas, Poor Villain: Her final moment are surprisingly pitiful, even Asagi (her killer) felt bad for her, even after everything Saya has done to both her and Sakura.
- Beware the Silly Ones: Sure she might act like a goofy, yet polite, child most of the time, but she is still a depraved rapist.
- Creepy Child
- Combat Tentacles: Like Kiryuu's, they also have other... "uses" outside of combat.
- Cute and Psycho: She has the appearance of a cute teenaged girl, but is clearly insane.
- Cute Monster Girl: Even in her One-Winged Angel form, well the "human parts" anyways.
- Dark Action Girl: One of the few villains on this list that can actually defeat Asagi in a fair fight.
- The Dragon: To Oboro's clone.
- Evil Counterpart: She's clearly one for Sakura, due to their similar personalities. Saya's habit of referring to Asagi and Sakura as "Onee-sama" or "Onee-chan" ("Big Sister") was likely given to her to reflected Sakura's status as Asagi's younger sister.
- Fallen Hero: She was a Taimanin before being experimented on by Oboro's clone.
- Genki Girl: Much like Sakura, however her energetic personalty comes off as more creepy than charming.
- Go Out with a Smile: She was actually happy that Asagi used her Super-Powered Evil Side, even though Asagi used this power to kill her. Saya spends her final moments telling Asagi that she was happy to have met someone who can now truly understand her, even if it was just for a few seconds. True to form, Asagi did in fact feel bad for her, and saw Saya as just another victim to Oboro's clone.
- Hellish Pupils
- I Have You Now, My Pretty: Has done this to both Asagi and Sakura. Although it would seem that Sakura is her favorite target.
- One-Winged Angel: Can turn into a powerful arachnid-like creature, complete with Combat Tentacles and Spider Limbs.
- Pointy Ears: A big indicator that she is a demon.
- Psycho Lesbian: Is only seen raping Sakura and Asagi in Taimanin Asagi 2, however her sexuality is changed in Taimanin Asagi: Battle Arena.
- Psychopathic Womanchild: She is around the same age as Sakura, but acts much more childish than her, which is saying something considering Sakura is already a Woman Child herself.
- Shadow Archetype: Represents what Asagi and Sakura might become if they give in to their inner demons.
- She's All Grown Up: "Saya Neo" in Taimanin Asagi: Battle Arena.
- Spared by the Adaptation: Although she was killed by Demon!Asagi near the end of Taimanin Asagi 2, she is still alive in the Taimanin Asagi: Battle Arena continuation. She is given an older appearance referred to as Saya Neo.
- Submissive Badass: Even though she is much stronger than Oboro's clone, she still chooses to be her underling. This is likely caused from the "conditioning" Saya had to go through when she was turned into the Oboro's Super Soldier.
- Super Soldier: Becomes this as a result of Clone!Oboro's experiments, and giving in to her hidden demonic powers.
- Tragic Monster: Was originally a Taimanin before she was captured, mentally broken (likely from sexual torture), and turned into a monster. Also, her desire to turn Asagi and Sakura into living weapons wasn't necessarily formed out of malice, but instead a desire of wanting connect with someone who can truly understand her. Which would explain why she desperately wanted to turn Asagi and Sakura into her "sisters". Asagi even points out that she was just another victim.
The muscle-bound champion of the Chaos Arena.
- Adaptational Attractiveness: Inverted in the OVA. In the visual novels, her appearance is that of a Hot Amazon, however her character design was slightly altered in the OVA so that she would have a Face of a Thug.
- The Brute
- Cleavage Window
- Facial Markings: All one has to do is closely inspect her face to see that her "mask" is in fact several facial tattoos.
- Hot Amazon: The most muscular woman in the series so far, and is consider fairly attractive both in and out of series.
- Laser-Guided Karma/Sexual Karma: During the advents of TA1 and in the OVA seres, Power Lady forced Asagi to take in a enormously large dildo as a "penalty game" after Asagi lost to Power Lady during her match in the Chaos Arena. During their rematch in TA3, Asagi can force Power Lady to endure the same "penalty game" that she forced upon Asagi. Additional, Edwin Black sentence Power Lady to be a Sex Slave for a group of orcs as punishment for her failure.
- Leotard of Power
- Mythology Gag: While Power Lady forced Asagi to take in a large dildo in both the visual novel and the OVA, the dildo in the OVA was enormously larger than one in the visual novel. In TA3, the dildo this time is know the same size as it was in the OVA.
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Nearly all of Asagi's encounter with her would normal lead to his, with Asagi on the receiving end. However, Asagi was able to get her revenge on Power Lady in Taimanin Asagi 3.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Like will all fighters at the Chaos Arena, she is only known by her stage name, "Power Lady".
- Psycho Lesbian: Implied.
- Sex Slave: In Taimanin Asagi 3, she was forced to be this for a group of orc as punishment for losing to Asagi in the Chaos Arena.
- Zettai Ryouiki: Grade B.
Another fighter from the Chaos Arena and a henchwoman for Oboro.
- Animal Motifs: Snakes, obviously.
- Breakout Character: Due to her increasing popularity, it's heavily implied in the advertising that she will be a major character in Taimanin Asagi Zero.
- The Bus Came Back: After being absents for most of the franchise, except for cameos, she returns in Taimanin Asagi Zero.
- Cool Mask: Part of her new outfit in Zero.
- Hermaphrodite: A classic futanari example. Although you can't really tell when she is clothed, even in her revealing outfit.
- Karma Houdini: One of the few villains that has yet to suffer any consequence for her actions toward Asagi. This is finally subverted, after many years, in Taimanin Asagi: Battle Arena and possible in the upcoming Taimanin Asagi Zero.
- Lecherous Licking: Does this to Asagi.
- Mud Wrestling: Mostly fights in these, but with oil instead of mud.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: As a fighter from the Chaos Arena, she is only known by her stage name, "Snake Lady".
- Overly Long Tongue: Fits well for her Animal Motifs.
- Psycho Lesbian: Although she is a Hermaphrodite, she is mostly female, and still has her way with Asagi.
- Stripperiffic: Revealing even by this series standards. Although her new outfit in Zero is a little more concealing.
Fukumen Sugata no Onna Senshi Edit
A cat-themed fighter from the Chaos Arena.
- Animal Motifs: Seemed to be one for cats.
- Bit Character: Out of all the fighters from the Chaos Arena, she has by far the least amount of screen time. Her only major scene in TA1 was strangling Asagi when she had her in a headlock. She appears again in TA3, but only as a background character during the Chaos Arena's "opening ceremony".
- Cool Mask: Wears a black leather mask. It give her a cat-like appearance.
- Expy: She is clearly based on Catwoman, but with a much more revealing get up.
- Hot Amazon: She much more muscular than Asagi, but not as buff as Power Lady.
- Karma Houdini: Has yet to suffer any punishment for her actions, although this is largely due to being put Out of Focus.
- Psycho Lesbian: Implied.
- Stripperiffic: Her wrestling outfit in basically just a black bikini, stockings and gloves.
- Zettai Ryouiki: Grade A.
A Mad Scientist and former mentor to Kiryuu. In Taimanin Asagi 3, he takes over his former student's position as the chief scientist of NOMAD after Kiryuu's capture in Taimanin Murasaki. Like Kiryuu, Furst plans to overthrow Black for leadership.
- Asshole Victim: Was seemly killed by Oboro after his attempted double-cross, and nobody shed a tear.
- Big Bad Wannabe: He wanted to be the main villain of TA3, and while he was indeed a creditable threat, Oboro and Edwin Black have him beat in terms of cunning and powers.
- Bullying the Dragon: Trying to double-cross Oboro wasn't his smartest move.
- Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: He's worse than Kiryuu in this regard.
- Evil Counterpart: Technically, "eviler counterpart" for Kiryuu.
- Fat Bastard
- Mad Scientist
- The Mentor: Was one for Kiryuu.
- Organic Technology: Much like his former student, Furst specialized in creating these.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Pretty much takes over Kiryuu's role now that his former student is working for the Taimanins.
- The Starscream: Helps Oboro with her plans to brainwash Ingrid and eventually overthrow Edwin Black. Later he tried to double-cross Oboro, but that didn't end well for him.
The operator of the most popular brothel in Yomihara, Under Eden. He is also the leader of a major prostitution ring, that is also named Under Eden. His brothel specializes in slave prostitutes, where the woman are forced to undergo body modifications to increase sexual pleasure and have magical brands placed on their tongues (lower abdominal in the OVA) that force them to obey his orders. These brands can cause pain, or in the worse case scenario, can cause the branded's limbs to exploded. He is also the one responsible for the disappearance of Shiranui Mizuki. In the bad ending routes it is revealed that he is Yazaki's brother.
- Adaptational Attractiveness: In the OVA, he shown to be fairly muscular with an average looking face, which is a sharp contrast to the visual novel, where he is an overweight Gonk.
- Big Bad Ensemble: Of Taimanin Yukikaze with Yazaki, his brother.
- Big Bad Wannabe: In the canon route, his plans are foiled by Asagi and Sakura before they even begin.
- Bigger Bad: Of the Lilith-Soft game, Ochiru Hitozuma, which takes place in the same universe as Taimanin Asagi. While Real, himself, doesn't actually make an appearance, his organization serve as the main villainous force of that game. They assisted the game's Villain Protagonist, Haruki Nagisa, with his goals to turn both his adoptive mother, Sayoko Natsume, and his teacher, Reiko Fuyuno, into slave prostitutes.
- Demoted to Dragon: In TY2, it is revealed that Real has a boss, and was acting on his orders during the advents of TY1.
- Dirty Coward: In the canon, he released Yukikaze and Rinko from there magical Slave Brand when in the presence of Asagi and Sakura. This is a sharp contrast to smug attitude to the captive Yukikaze and Rinko.
- Dirty Old Man: Naturally, has to have at least one in any hentai franchise.
- Faux Affably Evil: Tend to act like a respectful business man when Yukikaze and Rinko first met him. He try to make the concept of the girls agreeing to be his Sex Slave sound like they were signing up for an extravagant job position. Naturally, his vile nature began to show the moment they sign the contracts.
- Flat Character: Compare to the other villains, he's pretty generic. Unlike most of the villains on this list, he doesn't have a personal vendetta against one of the Taimanins, or an overarching goal in mind, other than "breaking in" Yukikaze and Rinko for his business.
- Gonk: Compare to the other rather attractive villains before him, this guy is downright ugly. Although this can be partly subverted depending on the adaptation.
- I Have You Now, My Pretty: Rinko seems to his favorite target.
- Non-Action Guy: Unlike most of villains list here, Real doesn't seem to have any combat abilities.
- Organic Technology: His "flesh vessel" which can release and disperse sperm, is filled with Naughty Tentacles (which was the only time this trope was used in Taimanin Yukikaze), and can endlessly rape someone for weeks, while keeping them alive by Force Feeding them with monster sperm. In one of game routes and in the OVA, Rinko had the misfortune of being placed in here for 2 week, which apparently drove her to madness, turning her into a submissive slave.
- Slave Brand: Not on him, he's the guy who brands his prostitutes with magical curse seals, forcing them to obey him.
- Soft Spoken Sadist: In the OVA series at least. Unlike Oboro and Kiryuu, who come off as Large Hams that take visible glee in tormenting the Taimanins they capture, Real usually talks in a compose, almost monotone, manner. Even when taunting and having his way with Rinko throughout the second episode, his expression almost looks bored throughout the whole thing.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Depending on the translation, his name could be spelled out as either "Rial" or "Ryal".
Muneichi Yazaki Edit
The Chief Secretary of Civilian Affairs of the political party in control of the country. Influential in the criminal underground world of humans and demons. A corrupt politician that has been known to do secret under-the-table dealings with the demons. He is also a VIP customer for the Under Eden brothel. It later reveal that Real is his brother.
- Abusive Parents: In a non-canon bad ending of TY1, the guy is perfectly fine with selling his own daughter(s) that he had with Shiranui and Yukikaze into sex slavery once they become of age.
- Arch Enemy: To Yukikaze. Although he see himself as one for Asagi.
- Big Bad Ensemble: Along with Real, his brother, in Taimanin Yukikaze.
- Big Bad Wannabe: See himself main villain toward the Taimanin, however it was only through Real's manipulation were Yukikaze and Rinko captured. He later pales in comparison to the villains of Taimanin Yukikaze 2.
- Corrupt Politician: Pretty much his entire shtick.
- Demoted to Extra: Goes from being the secondary antagonist of Taimanin Yukikaze 1, to being only an extremely minor villain in Taimanin Yukikaze 2. He is also complete removed from the manga adaptation of Taimanin Yukikaze.
- Dirty Coward: Was only willing to confront Yukikaze, after Real placed a Slave Brand on Yukikaze, forcing Yukikaze to obey all of Real's orders.
- Dirty Old Man
- Fat Bastard
- Gonk: The guy is arguable uglier than the demon villains on this list.
- Harmless Villain: Even with all his political power, he is no real threat to the Taimanins. Yukikaze and Rinko chose to spare him in the Action Prologue because of this. The only reason he was able to have his way with Yukikaze in the Bad Ending Route(s) and in the OVA was because of Real.
- Not-So-Harmless Villain: That being said, he still does many deplorable things to Yukikaze when she was forced to work for Under Eden. In the Bad Ending Route(s) it revealed that he arranged for Yukikaze and Rinko to be sent to Under Eden. However, in the canon route, his plan failed before it even began.
- I Have You Now, My Pretty: Yukikaze tends to be his favorite target.
- Non-Action Guy: Justified, seeing as he is a normal human.
- Revenge: Wants revenge on Yukikaze, and to a lesser extend Rinko and Tatsurou, for ruining the meeting he was having with a group of demons during the prologue of the story.
- Smug Snake: Sees himself as Arch Enemy to Asagi, even though that position belong to Oboro and Edwin Black.
Slaver Zokuto Edit
A slaver who enslaves humans engages in human trafficking. A member of the demon race. Cooperates with the Taimanin in exchange for not being persecuted. He was commissioned by Asagi to smuggle Yukikaze and Rinko past the borders of Yomihara, and have the young Taimanins disguise themselves as prostitutes. However, he planned to betray them by selling them out to Real.
- Card Carrying Villain: He does not even try to hid his love for his "profession" and even openly describes himself as a "cheap bastard".
- Demoted to Extra: In the OVA adaptation. He doesn't even have a single line.
- Eye Scream: He is missing his left eye.
- Exact Words: Technically speaking, he never actually lied to the Taimanins. He inform the Taimanins that he could get them into Yomihara, but they would have to "act" like prostitutes once they are there. He also did get them to the man responsible for the disappearance of Shiranui Mizuki. The problem was that he left out some pretty crucial information, like that Yukikaze and Rinko would have to be slave prostitutes, as a opposed to willing ordinary prostitutes. In addition, they would be force to branded with magical Slave Brands that prevents them from rebelling, and that they would have to undergo body modifications.
- Gonk: Like every other "Yukikaze villain".
- Jerkass: Even when he was acting as their ally, Zokuto couldn't help humiliating Yukikaze and Rinko any chance he got.
- Our Orcs Are Different
- Paper Tiger: He might look intimidating, but he can't actually defeat a Taimanin in an actual fight.
Shigeru Washizu Edit
The headmaster of HijiriOsamu academy and an associates of Real. In reality, he is a demon that forces both unsuspecting students and staff into sex slavery. He has some connection to Shiranui's disappearance.
- Big Bad: Serves as this for most of Taimanin Yukikaze 2. However, this is later subverted when it is revealed that he is actually just The Dragon.
- Beard of Evil
- Decoy Leader: Although he is the headmaster of the academy, he is only just a decoy for the true leader.
- Dean Bitterman: Unlike most example, this guy is genuinely evil.
- Dirty Old Man
- Disc One Final Boss: He was defeated by the Taimanins near the end of TY2, only for heroes to find out that he was nothing more than a figurehead for the true leader of the demons controlling the academy.
- The Dragon: In actuality, he was this for Ryuji.
- Gem Heart: His demon form seems to have one.
- Humanoid Abomination: To put it bluntly, his true demon form is downright TERRIFYING!!
- Oddly Overtrained Security: The Taimanins realized how suspicious the academy really is after seeing that Shigeru's security includes Robot Spiders and Cyborg Security Guards.
- One-Winged-Angel: When he transforms into his bizarre demon form.
- Overly Long Tongue: Part of his demon form.
- Shapeshifter Weapon: While in his true demon form, he can protruded blades from any part of his body.
Ryuji Kuroi Edit
He was introduced as a third year student at HijiriOsamu academy who is a part of the scholarship department. He is stated to be a delinquent and is apparently related to the school's headmaster, Shigeru Washizu. During the advent of Taimanin Yukikaze 2, Rinko (who was undercover at time) was assigned to be his maid, as students from the scholarship department are given a maid or a butler. It is later revealed that he is in fact an extremely powerful demon and the true main antagonist in the Yukikaze series.
- Big Bad: The hidden true main antagonist of Taimanin Yukikaze 2. He will likely be a more direct threat to the Taimanins in a future Yukikaze game.
- Bigger Bad: Of Taimanin Yukikaze 1. He also one for the Lilith-Soft game, Ochiru Hitozuma, due to his connection with Under Eden.
- Bishonen: As opposed to the usual Gonk villains in the Yukikaze series. But only in his human form.
- The Heavy: He is the mastermind behind Shiranui's disappearance, Under Eden, and HijiriOsamu academy, making him responsible for all the advents that occurred in TY1 and TY2.
- Hot Guys Are Bastards: He is by far the most attractive villain (unless you you count the Brainwashed and Crazy Shiranui) introduced in the Yukikaze series and he is by far most the powerful and evilest of them all.
- Humanoid Abomination: His demon form.
- I Have You Now, My Pretty: Rinko was his primary target in TY2, but he also does this to Shiranui in Bonus Material.
- Karma Houdini: Although his organization has taken some blows due to the loss of many of its key members, Ryuji himself has yet to suffer any real punishment for his crimes, and is currently still at large. Only time will tell if karma will finally catch up to him.
- Long-Haired Pretty Boy/ White-Haired Pretty Boy: His human form.
- Man Behind the Man: It's revealed in TY2 that he has been the one controlling both Real and Shigeru's actions. He was the one who commissioned Real to cause Shiranui's disappearance, and has kept the woman as his personal slave ever since.
- Nepotism: At first glance. Despite being a delinquent, Ryuji is part of the scholarship department, which was only reserved for student who had done exceptionally well on their academics. Many assume Ryuji got in because he was apparently related to the headmaster. In reality, he was Shigeru's boss.
- One-Winged-Angel: When he transforms into his true demon form, which is kind of looks like a hulking-winged Cthulhu.
- Properly Paranoid: Unlike Edwin Black, Ryuji tried to keep his existence hidden from the Taimanins as long as possible, by using Decoy Leaders, Real and Shigeru.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Both his human and demon forms have red eyes.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: He's basically Yukikaze's equivalent of Edwin Black, just with all the Noble Demon traits removed.
- Walking Spoiler: It's really hard talking about this guy without revealing that he is the villain that Yukikaze has been looking for.
Kazuma Tendo Edit
The leader of the House of Greed, a criminal organization that specializes in human trafficking.
- Beard of Evil
- Big Bad: For most of Taimanin Kurenai.
- Disc One Final Boss: He is ultimately killed by Felicia just before the final act.
- I Have You Now, My Pretty: Does this to all the girls in Taimanin Kurenai, including Felicia. However, Kurenai seems to be his favorite target.
- Off with His Head: How Felicia kills him.
- Sharp-Dressed Man: He is often seen wearing a pinstripe suit.
A scythe-weilding demon girl that works for the House of Greed. It would later be revealed in Taimanin Kurenai that she is the daughter of Edwin Black and biological sister of Kurenai.
- Cain and Abel: The Cain to Kurenai's Abel.
- Cute Monster Girl: A demon/vampire girl.
- Daddy's Little Villain: She is the daughter of Edwin Black.
- Depraved Bisexual: Engages in sex with Tendo, but she also seems to be sexually attracted to Kurenai.
- The Dragon: For Kazuma Tendo, the leader of the House of Greed.
- Dragon with an Agenda: Clearly has her own plans in mind.
- Evil Counterpart: Is clearly one for Kurenai, especially after it is revealed that they are sisters.
- Girlish Pigtails
- Half-Human Hybrid: Although she sees herself as a demon, its implied that she is half-human like her sister.
- Mini-Dress of Power: Wears a white mini dress.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning
- Sinister Scythe: Her weapon of choice.
- The Starscream: For Tendo.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: A youthful pink-haired Cute Monster Girl that acts as The Dragon for a Big Bad. She seems to be one for Saya.
- Villainous Incest: Does show some signs of attraction toward Kurenai, who is later revealed to be her sister.
Asagi's childhood friend and long time boyfriend. Asagi originally retired as a Taimanin just before the advents of the first game in hopes of marrying him, and living a normal life, sadly it was not meant to be.
- And Then Kyousuke Was a Monster: Thank to Oboro mutating his body.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: Once again, thank to Oboro.
- Childhood Friend Romance: With Asagi.
- Distressed Dude: For much of the first game.
- Killed Off for Real: Asagi was forced to kill him near the end of the first game after he became a monster. However, unlike most characters who were either "revived" or Spared by the Adaptation (e.g. Taimanin Asagi Battle Arena), Kyousuke remained dead in ever story continuation and adaptation thus far.
- The Lost Lenore: For Asagi after his death.
- Love Interest: For Asagi, the two were planning on getting married until Oboro made her return.
- Promoted to Parent: He had to raise his younger brother, Kousuke, after they were orphaned at a young age, much like how Asagi was left to raise Sakura.
- Unlucky Everydude: A completely normal guy, who just happens to be dating a Demon Slaying Ninja. As the "unlucky" part, the guy had his body taken over by Oboro, was raped by her, and was turned into a monster all for the purpose of further tormenting his girlfriend.
Kousuke Sawaki Edit
The younger brother of Kyousuke. After his brother death, Asagi decide to raise the boy in honor of her late boyfriend. During the advents of Taimanin Asagi 3, he actually began to form a romantic relationship with Asagi.
- All of the Other Reindeer: Kousuke isn't particularly well liked by the students at Goshu academy. Probably because many of the them think that Kousuke is only there due to getting special treatment from Asagi.
- Ascended Extra: Was only mentioned a few times in the early games, but later gets to be a major character in TA3.
- Bishonen: The guy is the spitting image of his older brother.
- Blinding Bangs: Sometimes featured with this hair style.
- Butt Monkey: Was transformed into a floating meatball, and spend most of TA3 in this form. No, seriously, this actually happened in the game.
- Cursed with Awesome: Being turned into a floating, talking meatball does have one perk, he can protruded blades all over his body for offensive use while in this form.
- Distressed Dude: Doesn't get anymore distressful than being turned to a floating ball of flesh.
- Expy: Of Ichirou Tachibana from Lilith-Soft's Tentacles and Witches. Both are young men who develop an attraction towards the Green Eyed, purple bodysuit wearing women that raised them. Also, his character design in the TA3 OVA give him a stronger resemblance to Ichirou.
- Likes Older Women: Ends up in a relationship with Asagi, who is more than a decade older than him.
- Promoted to Love Interest: Was given the role of Asagi's love interest in TA3, even though he was a Bit Character in earlier entries. On an interesting note, Kousuke was originally planned to be Sakura's love interest in latter installments, but this was latter dropped in favor of having Sakura being Ship Tease with Murasaki, instead.
- Replacement Goldfish: Pretty much Asagi's replacement for Kyousuke.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: He's basically Kyousuke 2.0, but younger.
- Wife Husbandry: Forms a romantic relationship with Asagi, who has basically been his adoptive mother for roughly 9 year prior to the advents of TA3.
The inner demon of Asagi Igawa. During Asagi's investigation of Tokyo Kingdom she encounters a very powerful demon and during their battle the demon hits Asagi with a needle. Due to the extreme circumstances at the time she's in to big of a rush to find out if the needle was some sort of demonic poison(it's never mentioned if the needle was poison or something else entirely). Eventually Asagi and her sister are captured by the Ryuumon, an organization under the control of a cloned Oboro. The clone reveals that Taimanins have demon ancestry and that the Ryuumon want to use them to create an army of super soldiers(like Saya above). Of course this process involves repeated emotional and physical abuse, that of which cause Kage to awaken within Asagi. Asagi and Kage get off to rocky start but eventually Asagi realizes that she needs Kage's power to save Sakura and escape Tokyo Kingdom. During moments of severe duress Kage will appear before Asagi and offer her help.
- The Berserker: Will relentlessly attack any and all of Asagi's opponents, even if they happen to be Asagi's brainwashed loved ones.
- Black Eyes of Crazy
- Chekhov's Gun: Her and Asagi have a brief conversation about Black's true goals that plays a part in the true ending to Asagi's route. Specifically, Black seeks to unite with Asagi's demonic half because their lineage of the same origins and they are attracted to one another in that sense like gravity. The twist is that while Kage isn't planning on helping Black should Asagi refuse to join him, neither will she object should Asagi decide to do so.
- The Corruption: Odd case in which the corruption is the demonic lineage inherent to all Taimanin, Asagi just has a stronger grasp of it's potential benefits and downsides. The benefits are a massive power boost in all categories, and the downsides are that she could completely become her demonic half as well as a small chance of destroying her human body due to the stress letting Kage out puts on Asagi.
- Cute Monster Girl: Even though her physical appearance is a demonic Asagi, she is still pretty hot. However, the appearance changes slightly between the second and third game, with the TA2 appearance depicted above, and the TA3 version has Asagi's skin turn a muted purple as well.
- Depending on the Artist: Kage's physical appearance varies depending on the installment. Her TA2 appearance can be seen here on her profile image. Her design in TA3 is changed so that she has purple skin, and white hair with a violet tint.
- Emotion Eater: The more Asagi sinks into despair, the stronger she will become. However, she will use that power to destroy the source of Asagi's despair.
- Enemy Within: Somewhat subverted as Kage doesn't mean Asagi any harm and tells her she just another side of her, it's just Asagi constantly refusing the fact that causes fraction between the two.
- Evil Counterpart: She is the manifestations of Asagi's hidden demonic powers. So naturally she is this for Asagi.
- Expy: Seems to be one for Hollow Ichigo from Bleach. And to an extent, Yubel from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX.
- Gone Horribly Right: Well the Oboro clone did want to turn Asagi into monster.
- Sociopathic Hero: While she truly does want to act in Asagi's best interest, that only applies to keeping Asagi alive, she doesn't give a damn about Asagi's allies, innocent people, or anything else in the way Asagi doesn't want brutally murdered.
- Slasher Smile
- Split Personality Takeover: However, she can only takeover Asagi's body if Asagi allows it.
- Super-Powered Evil Side: Serve as this for Asagi.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Kage truly does want to help Asagi defeat her opponents, but her methods tend to be a little extreme. This is usually why Asagi would normally refuse her help.
Oboro Kokawa Edit
The true Oboro. A former Taimanin, a friend of Asagi's, and blood relative of Asuka. At some point before the first game, Oboro left the Taimanins and joined the US Forces. During her absents, Edwin Black had created several clones of Oboro that would go on masquerading as her for the majority the series. These clones are the "Oboro" that has become Asagi's Arch Enemy, while the real Oboro still sees Asagi as her friend. Oboro makes her first true appearance in Taimanin Asagi 3, as mysterious masked figure.
- Beauty Equals Goodness: Her face is more attractive than her Evil Knockoff, even though they are technically the same person, mostly due to being rendered in a softer style and lacking in the evil version Oboro's more unpleasant facial expressions. she does have one Slasher Smile expression, but no worse than regular Asagi's face while uncorrupted.
- Breakout Character: In Taimanin Asagi 3, she is given rather limited screen time, doesn't have a single H-scene, and is killed off (Much to the disappointment of fans). Luckily, she is given more screen time, and H-scenes, in Taimanin Asagi: Battle Arena.
- Cool Mask: Serves as a tactical purpose as well makes her look different from her clone and made it easier for her and Asagi to talk without Asagi assuming the worst.
- Good Counterpart: For her Evil Knockoff, who was introduced before her.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Courtesy of Edwin Black.
- The Mentor: It was implied that she was this for Asagi, when Asagi first joined the Taimanins. She also act as this towards Asuka during her route in Taimanin Asagi 3.
- Mentor Occupational Hazard: Naturally, she doesn't last very long...
- The Obi-Wan: Was The Mentor for both Asagi and Asuka, and was apparently killed by the Big Bad while protecting Asuka and allowing her to escape. She spends her final moments believe that Asagi and Asuka would defeat Edwin Black, which they did. And she even set up the circumstances for Black's defeat by goading him into believing this, which played a part in changing the original history of Asagi's route so he would take on Asuka and Asagi simply to prove he'd win over them as posthumous spite.
- Older Than They Look: Arguable, she looks even younger than her clone, who would physically be 8 years younger than the original after Evil!Oboro became The Ageless after being turned into a vampire.
- Sacrificial Lion: She is seemly killed by Edwin Black at the mid-point of Asuka route. However, only time will tell if her death sticks.
- Spared By Adaptation: Is still alive in Taimanin Asagi: Battle Arena.
- Walking Spoiler: Just mentioning that she is the true/original Oboro is spoiler enough.
- Worf Effect: Despite being strong enough to fight off Ingrid, she is ultimately defeated by Edwin Black, just to show powerful he is.