List of minor characters

Redirected from Nagato Tohsaka

646pages on
this wiki

This is a list of minor characters appearing in the many series of TYPE-MOON.

Carnival PhantasmEdit

Characters in the Carnival Phantasm.




Grail-kun (聖杯くん, Seihai-kun?) is a parody character in Carnival Phantasm. He is a mascot-styled version of the Great Grail and Avenger that is voiced by Noriko Shitaya, the voice actress of Sakura Matou. He was originally part of the TMitter April Fools' Day site where he was listed as (せいはいくん, ?). His segments in Carnival Phantasm follow characters seeking help with their problems, and Grail-kun giving them a tool like the "Friendmaker" and the "Hero Creation Kit" in a Doraemon-like manner. The tool is always just a simple kitchen knife, and he asserts that they use to solve their problems in violent manners like "show him who is boss" or "you'll become a hero after killing a million people." His last problem -solver was the "Servant Strengthening Kit", which he gave to Kotomine, and Kotomine used it to "strengthen" Lancer in the Hibi - Chika special.

Neco-Arc BubblesEdit

Nasuverse character
Neco-Arc Bubbles
Japanese name: ネコアルク・バブルス
Franchise: Take Moon
Appears in: Carnival Phantasm
Japanese VA: Kumi Sakuma
Character type: Neco
Gender: Female
Hair color: Olive
Eye color: Red

Neco-Arc Bubbles (ネコアルク・バブルス, Neko-Aruku・Baburusu?) is a Neco-Arc featured in Carnival Phantasm. She doesn't speak, and her only dialoge consists of an enthusiastically intoned "Un-Un-Un!!" ("Yeah-Yeah-Yeah!!") as she rapidly nods in agreement to any comment. She is voiced by Kumi Sakuma, who also voices Ciel.

Neco-Arc DestinyEdit

Nasuverse character
Neco-Arc Destiny
Japanese name: ネコアルク・ディスティニー
Franchise: Take Moon
Appears in: Carnival Phantasm
Japanese VA: Atsuko Tanaka
Character type: Neco
Gender: Female
Hair color: Pink

Neco-Arc Destiny (ネコアルク・ディスティニー, Neko-Aruku・Disutinī?) is a pink Neco-Arc featured in Carnival Phantasm. She is voiced by Atsuko Tanaka, who also voices Caster. She is somewhat a drama queen, and often cries about things like 'love and money' or 'we all look the same.

Neco-Arc EvolutionEdit

Nasuverse character
Neco-Arc Evolution
Japanese name: ネコアルク・エボリューション
Franchise: Take Moon
Appears in: Carnival Phantasm
Japanese VA: Kenji Nojima
Character type: Neco
Gender: Male
Hair color: Brown
Eye color: Red

Neco-Arc Evolution (ネコアルク・エボリューション, Neko-Aruku・Eboryūshon?) is a black Neco-Arc featured in Carnival Phantasm. He is an otaku who is particularly obsessed with Phantas-Moon. Unlike the other four Neco-Arcs of Ahnenerbe, he is not part of their group. While he speaks to them with familiarity, they have no idea of his identity. He is voiced by Kenji Nojima, who also voices Shiki Tohno.


Main article: List of minor characters in the Fate series

Characters in the Fate series, including Fate/stay night, Fate/hollow ataraxia, Fate/Zero, Fate/Extra, Fate/Apocrypha, and other related stories.




Amaterasu (天照アマテラス, ?), Golden White Face (金色白面, Konjiki Hakumen?), is the deification of the sun. She is a Divine Spirit of great class, so the time axis has almost no bearing on her. She is the distantly ancient, but still existing source of Tamamo-no-Mae. While Tamamo has reduced her own power to manifest as a Servant in the Moon Cell, she would not become Amaterasu upon returning to her full power. Upon obtaining her Origin Form, Tamamo's mythological formal wear resembles her clothing. She meets Hakuno Kishinami during a dream, and while someone entering her mausoleum would normally be burnt to a cinder, they display their usual "reckless bravery" to converse with her.

She appears as a large, nine-tailed being similar to Tamamo, but those entering the mausoleum while not in a dream would only see a huge sun. She is very powerful being who could only be overcome through the strength of several Servants, and within Fate/Extra and Fate/Extra CCC, Arcueid Brunestud is the about the only one alone capable of bringing her down "to circumstances where its possible to defeat her, however little the chances may be."[1][2] The original design for her was to be a "naked nine-tails spin on the naked apron", but was given formalwear to keep the "ethical barrier" from being breached.[3][4]




Agrippina (アグリッピナ, ?) is the mother of Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, known for causing her daughter's mental instability by slowly poisoning her over her life. She is mentioned in Fate/Extra and appears in visions of Saber's life in the manga adaptation.


Nasuverse character
Auguste FateKaleid
Japanese name: オーギュスト
Franchise: Fate
Appears in: Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA 2wei!
Japanese VA: Tesshō Genda
Gender: Male

Auguste (オーギュスト, ?), is the personal butler of Luvia Edelfelt in Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA. He is very dutiful, undertaking a number of tasks, including less reputable responsibilities such as forging documentation for Miyu Edelfelt and Chloe von Einzbern. He has taken a specific interest in appraising Shirou Emiya due to Luvia's attraction to him, checking his physique, asking about how Shirou feels about his mistress, and asking him if he is "prepared." He has a muscular physique covered in a number of scars, displays prowess in hand-to-hand combat against Bazett, and shows skill with various weapons like firearms, explosives, and knifes. His fight was only briefly depicted in the manga, but extended in the anime adaptation at the author's request.[5]

Bram Nuada-Re Sophia-RiEdit

Bram Nuada-Re Sophia-Ri (ブラム・ヌァザレ・ソフィアリ, ?) is the brother of Sola-Ui Nuada-Re Sophia-Ri and the successor of the head of the Department of Evocation in the Mage's Association. He is considered to be one of the first-class instructors employed by the Clock Tower. He is noted to be young and handsome with red hair, and a single glance shows a strong, high-minded gaze, refined features, and strong sense of duty in his words that place him as a member of the elite. In Fate/Apocrypha, he is confident in his ability to acquire powerful catalysts in a short time for the Red Faction Masters in the Great Holy Grail War.

Chishiki MabiEdit

  • Chishiki Mabi

Chishiki Mabi (間目智識, Mabi Chishiki?, localized as Sharon Tipps) is the Librarian NPC of the Moon Cell.

Claudia HortensiaEdit

Nasuverse character
Claudia Hortensia
Japanese name: クラウディア・オルテンシア
Franchise: Fate
Appears in: Fate/complete material II
Character type: Human
Gender: Female
Bloodline: N/A

Claudia Hortensia (クラウディア・オルテンシア, Kuraudia Orutenshia?) is the deceased wife of Kirei Kotomine and mother of Caren Hortensia. She was a terminally ill woman with no future who fell in love with Kirei in his attempt to establish a normal life. While she loved him, his disposition could not allow him to truly care for her, as he derived pleasure from both her suffering and Caren's despair. She was able to see this, so she tried to cure him while only making him wish to see her grieve even more. When he reached the point where he could no longer go on living, he told her that the results of his "experiment" were "I could not love you."

She was on her deathbed at the time, after only two years together, nothing more than skin and bone and unable to stand up on her own. In her last attempt to prove that he could love and deserved to live, she took her own life after responding with "No. You do love me." She smiled at him right before her death, believing that he was crying for her. That was only what she thought she saw, and in reality, she drove him away from the teachings of God. Her last attempt had brought about sadness, but only that of not being able to kill her himself. He still thinks of having wanted to kill her, but doesn't know if it is for his own pleasure or guilt for wanting to kill the one he loved with his own hands.

Claudia was an albino and immune deficient, making it so that she could die from even a tiny wound. Her body always appeared tattered as a result. Caren inherited the aspect of "prone to be plagued by illnesses."[6]


Dilo (, ?) is a bishop of the Church who is sent to Fuyuki to act as overseer after Kirei Kotomine's death. After the Heaven's Feel route, he is referred to as Kirei's successor and stays for at least two years, while he only stays for six months during Fate/hollow ataraxia and notes he is only a temporary overseer until a more appropriate replacement priest for such a small church is decided. He described as a kind old man who is very fond of Sakura, and he teaches her magecraft during the two years after the end of the Heaven's Feel route.[7][8]

Darius IIIEdit

Darius III (ダレイオス三世, ?) was the emperor of Persia in the time of Alexander the Great. His land was eventually conquered by Alexander, who notably could not have his feet reach even Darius' footstool upon sitting on his throne and had to swap it out with a table. Although it is told in history books that Alexander was a short man, the reality was that Darius simply towered over the 212cm man at over three meters in height. Alexander holds him in high regard, his expression at hearing Darius' name showing reminiscence akin to remembering an old friend. He describes both Darius' caliber as an emperor and his figure as a person as majestic, and tells that Darius was a fitting ruler for the mighty Persian Empire.

Father SimonEdit



Father Simon (シモン神父, ?), voiced by Shinya Fukumatsu, is the local priest living on Alimango Island. He has known Shirley for a number of years, having taught her reading and writing in the stead of actual schooling. It is unknown if he has a connection to the supernatural side of the Church, but he is extremely weary of Norikata Emiya, warning Shirley to stay away from him or lest be "ensnared by the devil" by working at his house. He gives her a silver knife for her own protection. Upon the outbreak of ghouls on the island, Kiritsugu Emiya goes to him for help, and Simon contacting others eventually leads to the Enforcers of the Mage's Association and Executors of the Church purging the island. He later becomes a ghoul as he moves to warn the villagers, and he is killed by Natalia Kaminski.

Fionn mac CumhaillEdit

Nasuverse character
Fionn mac Cumhaill
Fionn shot
Japanese name: フィン・マックール
Franchise: Fate
Appears in: Fate/Zero
Japanese VA: Naomi Kusumi
English VA: Patrick Seitz
Gender: Male
Hair color: Brown

Fionn mac Cumhaill (フィン・マックール, ?) is the leader of the Fianna knights of legend and lord of Diarmuid Ua Duibhne. He was betrothed to Princess Grainne until one of his knights, Diarmuid, stole her. Enraged by jealousy, he sent many pursuers after them.

They were pursued relentlessly by Fionn, but after much blood was shed, he decided to acknowledge their marriage, granted Diarmuid a proper title and land, and welcomed them back as subjects.

Sometime later while hunting with Fionn, Diarmuid was fatally injured by a wild boar's tusks. Fionn, who had the ability to transform spring water in to a powerful healing agent was with him, so he had no fear of death. Fionn only needed to walk a few steps to the nearby spring, but with jealousy and hatred towards Diarmuid on his mind, he spilled the water twice. By the third time he went to scoop water, Diarmuid had already succumbed to his wound.

Gai GotouEdit

Nasuverse character
Gai Gotou
Japanese name: 後藤 劾以
Franchise: Fate
Appears in: Fate/stay night
Japanese VA: Masanori Katsuragi [Note 1]
Mitsuhiro Ichiki [Note 2]
Character type: Human
Gender: Male
Hair color: Blond and Brown
Eye color: Brown

Gai Gotou (後藤 劾以, Gotō Gai?) is one of Shirou Emiya's classmates in class 2-C at Homurahara Academy. He is a happy-go-lucky person who is easily influenced by TV, favoring the period drama Abarenbō Shōgun, changing his behaviors daily simply because of what he watched the previous night.[9] He only briefly appears in the Unlimited Blade Works route after Shirou and Rin Tohsaka form their official alliance. Along with other students, he notices Rin waiting in the hallway, and he describes her feelings of frustration of Shirou not noticing her from her expression and posture in such an overly-accurate and ridiculous way that Shirou questions if he was a general in his previous life. If Shirou hides from her, Gotou and the other students continue to narrate her actions until she attacks Shirou with an eraser that flips Shirou over his desk, causing Gotou to think Shirou was performing a "ninja move" and asks to be able to learn it from him. He did not have a design in the original visual novel, and he only obtained one in the first anime adaptation.


Gazamy (ガザミィ, Gazamyi?) the Evil Spook (悪霊, Akuryō?, Evil spirit) is a Magus that is considered to be the greatest disaster of the Mage's Association. While he is not that dangerous as a person, he has a magic attribute that is more troublesome to magi than any other ever recorded. He has been locked away in the bottom of London Tower due to this reason. While he has not appeared in any Type-Moon works, Fate/complete material III suggests he will have a role eventually.[10]


Nasuverse character
Grainne shot
Japanese name: グラニア
Franchise: Fate
Appears in: Fate/Zero
Japanese VA: Rie Nakagawa
English VA: Wendee Lee
Gender: Female
Hair color: Brown

Gráinne (グラニア, ?) is a princess and the daughter of Cormac mac Airt. Grainne was arranged to be the bride of Fionn mac Cumhaill but Gráinne having fallen in love with Diarmuid Ua Duibhne at her wedding party, placed a geis upon him to run away with her. The tragic love story of Diarmuid and Grainne later became the story model of Guinevere and Lancelot.[11]

In Sensha Otoko, she is one of the local stalker in the neighborhood. She is seen stalking El-Melloi girl older brother.

Ikuyo YuutouEdit

  • Ikuyo Yuutou

Ikuyo Yuutou (有稲幾夜, Yuutou Ikuyo?, localized as Arina Savant) is the Manager NPC of the Moon Cell.

Ionioi Hetairoi soldiersEdit

  • "Long Hair"
  • "Bright Forehead"
  • "Mid-Length Hair"
  • "Erect Member"

Four unnamed soldiers of Rider's Ionioi Hetairoi, given the parody names Long Hair, Bright Forehead, Mid-Length Hair, and Erect Member in Sensha Otoko, are given specific detail during the deployment of the Reality Marble along with Mithrenes. They appear as the household employees in Sensha Otoko.


Kobayashi (小林, ?), voiced by Sho Okumura, is a Third Class Lieutenant in the JSDF. His call sign is Diablo II, and he pilots a Mitsubishi F-15J. Along with Ougi, he is called back from border patrol for a requested disaster relief operation, and he is unnerved by the report of it being a monster. He requests permission to fight if the report is true, and is unnerved by Ougi's death flag remark. Upon reaching the monster, he makes a descent to better see it through the mist. With an opponent not of modern technology, he is unable to even gauge or react to its tentacles instantly reaching for him. He is only able to scream as he loses control and his jet is absorbed into the body of the creature.

Little Red Riding HoodEdit


Little Red Riding Hood

Little Red Riding Hood (赤ずきん, ?) is a resident of Fuyuki City who died in a family suicide in Semina Apartments, whose death has become a ghost story involving Mr. A told by Ayako Mitsuduri. Only referred to as "*# XX" in the ghost story, she was a three year old girl who moved into Semina Apartments with her parents a month before their family suicide. She was abused, wearing a red hood to hide the bruises on her face as instructed by her father and unable to raise her arm above her shoulders due to him neglecting to care for a bone fracture. Her abused mother later killed her father, stabbed her, and then killed herself. It is said in the ghost story that she escaped from the scene and was never found, but the only confirmed fact is that a family suicide did take place. The story later become an told as a ghost story by Ayako Mitsuduri with an unknown amount of embellishment.




Master of Copenhagen (コペンハーゲンのマスター, Kopenhāgen no Masutā?) is the owner of the Copenhagen, a liquor store and bar that has employed Shirou Emiya for five years. He is the father of Otoko Hotaruzuka, who is also employed there. He is very generous to Shirou when paying him, willingly paying him a weeks worth of pay for only three hours of work, and he was the only person to hire Shirou after Kiritsugu's death made him feel a responsibility to pay for his own expenses. He likes sweet foods while his daughter likes spicy food, making Shirou see them as a well balanced family.

Morgan le FayEdit

Morgan le Fay, also called Morgana, is the sister of Artoria, King Arthur, and the mother of Mordred. She was a plotting magus as powerful as Merlin who wished to bring down her sister on the throne. Though Artoria is her sister, Merlin's magecraft temporarily made her into a pseudo-male, allowing Morgan to enchant Artoria with a spell to obtain sperm from her. She developed it within her own ovary to give birth to Mordred. She plotted to have Mordred become part of the Round Table while hiding her identity in order to one day have her overthrow the king. She eventually told Mordred of her birth, leading to her rebellion and the destruction of the kingdom.

When presented with Semiramis, Mordred describes her to have the same "smell" as her mother.


Nasuverse character
Japanese name: ミトレネス
Franchise: Fate
Appears in: Fate/Zero
Japanese VA: Tomohisa Hashizume
Character type: Servant
Gender: Male

Mithrenes (ミトレネス, ?) is a Heroic Spirit who was part of Alexander the Great's army during his life. As one of the many soldiers who pledged eternal loyalty to his king, he can be summoned with the Noble Phantasm Ionioi Hetairoi, Alexander notably using him as a scout outside of the Reality Marble during the Fourth Holy Grail War.




Moses (モーセ, ?) was a prophet who was a friend of Ramesses II and Nefertari. The staff he used to split the Red Sea shares the same origin as the cruciform snake staff originating from Leviathan.[12]

Nagato TohsakaEdit


Nagato (center) with Zoken and Justeaze

Nagato Tohsaka (遠坂永人, Tōsaka Nagato?) was the founder of Tohsaka family of magi that began two hundred years ago during the founding of the Holy Grail War.[13] He was considered to be a mage apprentice of Kischur Zelretch Schweinorg, but their overall relationship was odd. He was a hidden Christian despite it being banned in the Japan at that time, but was led astray by his master to become devoted to thaumaturgy.[14] He was a mediocre, cold, bipolar, and much like his descendant, Rin Tohsaka, a goof-up, who could even make Zelretch exclaim "Hey, are you crazy or something?", but he was fundamentally good at heart. Zelretch considered him to be a man "willing to sacrifice himself for a better future."

He met with Zelretch while both were journeying, and as repayment for picking up the hotel bill, Zelretch taught him something in return. He can't truly be called an apprentice because Zelretch's role was more like that of a supervising teacher who is observing the students doing experiments from afar.[15] The level of their relationship was that of a follower whom Zelretch looked out for every now and then. Despite this, he did leave Nagato the plans for the Jeweled Sword of Zelretch over more promising students like the Einzberns and Makiris due to them being fundamentally evil. Nagato's good nature made Zelretch think "this House will probably never accomplish anything great, but at least they will never stray from the righteous path." He then gave the design to Nagato and told him "alright, it will be a struggle, but work towards this goal". Surprisingly to him, it only took six generations to make it.[16]

Nagato worked together with Makiri Zouken and Justeaze Lizrich von Einzbern to found the tradition of Holy Grail Wars. The Tohsaka family was, at the time, a family of martial artists, and Nagato believed that attaining emptiness through perfection of body was a way of reaching The Root. He eventually gave up that idea and dreamt of attaining the Root through the Holy Grail. They performed the initial ceremony with Zelretch present. His family maintained good relations with the Church, and also received fine treatment from the Mage's Association. Ties with both organizations are what allowed them to start managing Fuyuki, the land used to run the Holy Grail Wars. It is noted that his daughter contributed more in the construction of the Great Grail.




Nefertari (ネフェルタリ, ?) was one of the wives of Ramesses II and friend of the prophet Moses. Her necklace is used as a catalyst to summon him as a Servant.

Odd BorzakEdit

Nasuverse character
Odd Borzak
Japanese name: オッド・ボルザーク
Also known as: Demonic Bee User
Franchise: Fate
Appears in: Fate/Zero
Character type: Dead Apostle, Magus
Gender: Male

Odd Borzak (オッド・ボルザーク, also romanized as Odd Vorzak?), the Demonic Bee User, is a Dead Apostle and magus. He manipulates Demonic Bees (死徒蜂, Shitohachi?), familiars that use poisonous stingers to increase the number of Ghouls under his power. Considered to be very dangerous, he brings destruction where he travels, having wiped out a town once. He was once sought by Natalia Kaminski, but she failed to capture him. He later changed his name and face to conceal himself as an ordinary person without leaving an information trail. The Association later obtains information that he is taking Flight A300 from Paris to New York to meet with allies, and puts out a large bounty for him. Natalia and Kiritsugu Emiya accept it, with Kiritsugu traveling to New York to investigate his false identity and kill his allies.

Though his identity and face are unknown, Natalia accepts the task of finding him on with plane among 287 passengers. Natalia finds and neutralizes him from behind without issue, and manages to destroy the bees placed into his luggage. Her plan fails after it turns out that he had kept more bees inside his body, which proceed to turn the passengers into Ghouls. Though Natalia manages to survive and take control of the plane, it is shot down by Kiritsugu to remove any possibility of the bees escaping into New York.


Ougi (仰木, ?), voiced by Go Inoue, is a First Class Lieutenant in the JSDF. His call sign is Diablo I, and he pilots a Mitsubishi F-15J. Along with Kobayashi, he is called back from border patrol for a requested disaster relief operation, and he is bewildered by the report of it being a monster. Having to follow orders no matter the validity, they head towards the operation, with Ougi saying “If this is a monster film, we are surely the roles which will be killed. The underdogs from Ultraman.” Upon seeing the monster and a strange UFO, he lacks the understanding to explain the situation.

With Kobayashi's jet being swallowed, he loses his mind, left "solely with a perception alien to common sense." Feeling the "eyes" of the monster upon him, he engages it to kill it before it can kill him. Having lost all sense of himself, he cuts off communication and prepares to become a "God of Death" to avenge Kobayashi and fire all of his weapons at the enemy. Before he can act, his battle instincts that are pushed to the limits tell him that there is something behind him, but that delivers the final blow to his shattered psyche in seeing Berserker's hatred filled gaze staring into the cockpit. He lets out a final scream that reaches no one as Berserker takes it over, and later dies during the intense force of Berserker battling the Vimana.

Rocco BelfabanEdit

Rocco Belfaban (ロッコ・ベルフェバン, ?) is the head of the Department of Summoning in the Mage's Association. He is a short old man, straight-backed and the creases on the skin of his face gleam as if he were a statue carved of wood. He is said to have held his position for over fifty years, but no one is certain of the fact. He has a number of items in his collection, including a skull that looks like a chimera of ape and elephant, a scroll over one thousand years old, and a preserved juvenile hydra. In Fate/Apocrypha, he personally hires Kairi Sisigou, and although he tries to pass it off as a forgery, reluctantly parts with the hydra as part of the payment.

Ryuudou FatherEdit

Ryuudou Father

Ryuudou Father

Ryuudou Father (柳洞父, ?) is the unnamed father of Issei Ryuudou and Reikan Ryuudou and the high priest of Ryuudou Temple. He is an acquaintance of Raiga Fujimura, said to be trying to "not lose to him" by taking a spiritual journey to another mountain temple, and their relationship is described as "downright murderous." Like Raiga, he is fond of Shirou Emiya.[17] Along with Raiga, he put a great deal of effort into Kiritsugu Emiya's funeral plans and chose the temple graveyard for his tombstone.[18]


Scathach (スカサハ, Sukasaha?) was the witch of the Land of Shadows, called a "scarier version of Tohsaka Rin", and Cu Chulainn's teacher. She was a person who became too close to the gods with a mortal body, and her existence began to be turned into a concept in the same way as Souren Araya. She was too skilled in the art of battle, too well versed in the arcane, and killed too many people, wraiths, and gods, which made her reach the point where even she could not take her own life. Her realm was essentially a land of the dead that is neither in the plane of the ethereal nor the plane of the living. She wished to die as a human being, and this situation is paralleled by Bazett's situation in the looped world. She is one of the ten Servants who can be summoned by the Player.




Seneca (セネカ, ?) was the tutor of Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus.

Sialim Eltnam Re-AtlasiaEdit

Nasuverse character
Sialim Eltnam Re-Atlasia
Japanese name: シアリム・エルトナム・レイアトラシア
Franchise: Fate
Appears in: Fate/EXTRA material
Character type: Human, Magus
Affiliation: Atlas Academy
Gender: Female
Hair color: Bright Purple
Eye color: Purple
Bloodline: Eltnam

Sialim Eltnam Re-Atlasia (シアリム・エルトナム・レイアトラシア, Shiarimu Erutonamu Reiatorasia?) is the last alchemist of the Atlas institute in the world of EXTRA. She has a twin elder sister who died at birth. As an Atlasian alchemist she was devoted only to her own research, her goal is to avoid the future of destruction. Essentially, this means that it's okay for humanity to change or decline as a species if it means surviving. She created the homunculus known as Rani VIII with the intention to see if it was possible for not just alchemists but for humanity to continue existing in the cyber world, which would mean having to give up their physical bodies. After sending Rani to the moon, she succumbed to a terminal disease and passed away in a month.[19]


Nasuverse character
Japanese name: トーサカ
Franchise: Fate
Appears in: Capsule Servant
Japanese VA: Kana Ueda
Character type: Heroic Spirit
Gender: Female

TOHSAKA (トーサカ, TŌSAKA?), also known as TO-SAKA, is a parody version of Rin Tohsaka appearing in Capsule Servant, acting as an enemy Master. She is a "miraculous" Heroic Spirit born in a world line in which Shirou Emiya did not become the Heroic Spirit EMIYA. She made a pact with the world because of her never-ending debt.

  • Shirou and TOHSAKA ending.

Victor FrankensteinEdit

Victor Frankenstein (ヴィクター・フランケンシュタイン, ?) is the creator of Frankenstein. He was a student of the science of nature who was obsessed with the delusion of creating the "ideal human." He spent two years on a patchwork of lifeless flesh, seeking to give birth to a "wise and beautiful human being, perfect in every way." He succeed in giving life to the flesh, but found his result to be a repulsive monster. Hearing of this, Caules Forvedge Yggdmillennia cannot tell if he had a twisted sense of beauty or if she truly displayed an inconcealable foulness despite her external beauty. He disassembled her in terror and left it all behind, but she later repaired herself and pursued him to Geneva, Switzerland. She begged him for a mate like herself, but he refused.

Creating another like her was not a matter of can or can not for him, having placed his entire focus on creating her and witnessing the birth of the hideous creature before his eyes. Being unthinkable to even consider creating a second, he denied her again and again. After she decided that he must create another, she killed those acquainted with him, those who had no relation, and even his beloved fiancee in the end. Previously a young man overflowing with livelihood and brilliance, he continued to flee from her and deny her, dying in madness with the frailty of an old man bitterly regretting it all until his last breath. He was watched over by Walton in his final moments, and the monster, with no one left to hate, burned herself in a pyre.

Kara no KyoukaiEdit

Characters in the novel and film series Kara no Kyoukai.

Akitaka SuzurigiEdit

Akitaka Suzurigi (硯木秋隆, Suzurigi Akitaka?) is a loyal servant of the Ryougi family. He is described as a former Yakuza but he's a butler entrusted with handling all the household affairs.[20] He's only in mid 30's but does his job tidily. He's been looking after Shiki Ryougi and believes she's the successor of the Ryougi family. A companion who was kept constantly busy by Shiki's willfulness and lack of common sense.[21] When Shiki needs more money, she casually puts out an “I wanna go shopping” sort of aura, and the ever-perceptive Akitaka will make arrangements.[22] Shiki's kimono costs about two months of his wages.[23] He got along quite well with Mikiya Kokutou. His wardrobe consisted entirely of black suits. [21] In "A Study in Murder (Part 1)", Akitaka was the one who washed off all of the blood stains from Shiki's kimonos.[24] Shiki's parents had already heard from Akitaka that Shiki was acting strangely.[25]

Black catEdit

The unnamed black cat is the pet of Mikiya Kokutou.


Gakuto (学人がくと, ?) was Mikiya's friend from high school. He wondered why Mikiya would like a scary girl like Shiki, to which Mikiya simply answered that she isn't that scary. He later appeared when Mikiya was having a financial crisis and gave him some money in exchange for making him look for Minato Keita, who had seemed to have gotten involved in something dangerous.

Hideo HayamaEdit

Hideo Hayama (葉山英雄, Hayama Hideo?) is the teacher who got replaced by Satsuki Kurogiri. He was hired as a teacher just because he was a relative to the chair person of the school. He's a criminal who was taking his students out of school for relationship money. After Kaori Tachibana died, he was questioned by Misaya Ouji, got in a quarrel, and was accidentally killed.

Kaede EnjouEdit

Kaede Enjou (臙条楓, Enjou Kaede?), voiced by Miki Itou, is Tomoe Enjou's mother. In Tomoe's recollections, he stabbed and disemboweled her. However, in his nightmares, he sees her killing her husband, and then him.

Kaname RyougiEdit

Nasuverse character
Kaname Ryougi[26]
Ryougi Kaname
Japanese name: 両儀要
Franchise: Kara no Kyoukai
Appears in: Murder Speculation (Part 2)
Character type: Human
Gender: Male
Bloodline: Ryougi

Kaname Ryougi (両儀要, Ryōgi Kaname?) is the firstborn son of the Ryougi family, but he was unable to manifest a second personality within himself. This made him ineligible to succeed as the head of the family. Around the time when Shiki woke up form her coma in The "Hollow Shrine", Kaname is living away from home. He is described to have a Gackt like personality.[27]

Keita MinatoEdit

Keita Minato (湊啓太, Minato Keita?) is a member of the gang who frequently abused Fujino Asagami, doing many cruel things to her like hitting her from behind with a bat as well as periodically raping her. Out of all the members of the gang, Keita was the only survivor. As Kokutou would put it, simply having to continue living after everything that happened is punishment enough. It is said that his penis got torn off in some kind of accident.[28] He was an underclassman to Mikiya, and was quite attached to him.

Kaori TachibanaEdit

Kaori Tachibana (橘佳織, Tachibana Kaori?) is a high school freshman from the Reien Girl's Academy, who died in the fire incident. She was a friend of Misaya since they were in the elementary level classes. She was pimped, alongside the majority of her classmates, by her homeroom teacher Hideo Hayama which lead to her becoming pregnant. Unable to tell others nor get an abortion due to her Catholic beliefs; with nowhere left to turn she consults Satsuki Kurogiri who drives her to commit suicide. She kills herself hoping that it would be a way to save the souls of her guilty classmates and herself.  

Mother of MifuneEdit

Nasuverse character
Mother of Mifune
Mother of mifune
Japanese name: 観布子の母
Franchise: Kara no Kyoukai
Appears in: Kara no Kyoukai: Mirai Fukuin
Japanese VA: Kujira
Character type: Human, Psychic
Gender: Female

Mother of Mifune (観布子の母, Mifune no Haha?)

Risu MiyazukiEdit

Risu Miyazuki (宮月理々栖, Miyazuki Risu?) is Yuuko Andou's friend.

Takayuki EnjouEdit

Takayuki Enjou (臙条孝之, Enjou Takayuki?) is Tomoe Enjou's father.

Yuuko AndouEdit

Yuuko Andou (安藤由子, Andō Yūko?) is a friend of Miyazuki, and a victim of Fujou Kirie.


Characters in the short story Notes.


Angel (天使 , tenshi?) is an unnamed A-Ray that is part of the angel species, classified as "No.20 Guardian Angels", who has a romantic interest in Gun God. Other A-Rays believe it is below them to interact with a weak human that would be unable to strengthen their species genetically, but she states she finds him attractive and there are not many A-Rays close enough to the angels in physical appearance in the first place. They often go out to drink together, and she takes a great interest in his state of mind. Though she is a humanoid with wings, she does not use them for flight. They are actually used as a dish to collect heavy particles from her surroundings, allowing her to fly and output enough energy to equal a nuclear bomb.[29] This places the angels on the same level as the top ten A-Ray species and the Knights. She takes part in the battle against Type Saturn, though she is seriously injured, and she is saved by Gun God. She speaks with him for a final time before leaving him to die as he wishes.

Six SistersEdit

The Six Sisters (六人姉妹, rokunin shimai?), referred to as the "No1 Earth's saving system", are six being that ruled over all of the A-Rays during the war. They each carried an ability allowing them to surpass all of the one hundred species, and they were users of Magic. Their appearances were those of humans that looked like witches, who wore black hats and rode on broomsticks, from a fairy tail. The youngest sister, Judgment (審判, ?), was defeated by one of the Knights near the end of the war, and her death cry was powerful enough that it tore apart an entire continent. The Sisters are said to have killed Type-Pluto, possibly in a mutual destruction, but there are conflicting reports. The blood of Type-Pluto created the blood sky above the clouds, and it is said the clouds themselves are actually a barrier designed to keep the two remaining Aristoteles from entering the world.[30]


Characters in the visual novels Tsukihime, Kagetsu Tohya, in the fighting game Melty Blood series, and other related side stories.

Main article: List of minor characters in the Tsukihime series

Curry de MarcheEdit

Nasuverse character
Curry de Marche
Japanese name: カリー・ド・マルシェ
Franchise: Tsukihime
Appears in: Plus Period
Character type: Dead Apostle
Gender: Male
Hair color: White
Eye color: Red

Curry de Marche (カリー・ド・マルシェ, Karī do Marushe?), formerly known as Killshtine (空柩のキルシュタイン, Sora Hitsugi no Kirushutain?), is a Dead Apostle who is said to have started Ciel's obsession with curry. Ciel was sent on her first assignment to India where she fought him. Before he was killed by Ciel, he wanted to have her eat the curry he prepared before it got too cold. He said that it was the "supreme dish that can be called a treasure of our planet", and having ate it, she developed her love for the food and didn't kill him. The Church doesn't really care about his existence, taking the stance "It won't hurt to just let him be", so he cooperates with them in terminating other vampires. He appears in the "Tsukihime of the Day" manga that was later collected in Plus Period. The manga, described as "probably about half true", is meant to explain Ciel's love of curry.[31] Nasu once mentioned that Curry's involvement is totally a joke and responded to another interviewer asking about his canonicity with "Yeah, pretty much. (Laughs)."[32][33]

His great love of curry makes it so he doesn't want to drink blood anymore, so he only takes in the minimum amount in order to survive. He has a strange special ability that can change the nature of an object, and his true intention is to use it to make human blood taste like curry. While he hasn't achieved the power, he wishes to overcome the Twenty-seven Dead Apostle Ancestors. When driven away, he promises to make Shiki Tohno taste like curry first.

Tsuki no SangoEdit

Characters in the short story Tsuki no Sango.




Ise (イセ, ?) is one of the fifty Islanders, and she serves the Princess as an attendant, helping her prepare for things like meeting suitors. She only appears in the manga adaptation, shown to be apologetic to the Prince of Arishima about the princess' actions.

Prince of ArishimaEdit

Prince of Arishima

Prince of Arishima

The Prince of Arishima (アリシマの君, Arishima no Kimi?) is an unnamed suitor seeking marriage with the Storyteller Girl due to the island she inhabits being the "hope of humanity." As with the previous fifteen suitors, he is given an impossible task used to define her view of love, so he leaves angrily without even attempting it. Even more impossible than normal, she asks for a fish from the Moon that obviously does not exist, and it would involve taking the one-way journey to the Moon without a method of return. She justifies it in that him showing up on a full moon without any tact makes it his fault. He is more humble towards the rejection in the manga adaptation, understanding that she has her own circumstances. He envies the peacefulness of the island, wishing that the world could reflect it.




Sui (, ?) is one of the fifty Islanders, and she serves the Princess as an attendant, helping her prepare for things like meeting suitors. She only appears in the manga adaptation, shown trying to convince her to take a spouse at the behest of the Island's committee.


  1. Hiroshi Hiroyama Tweet
  2. Fate/stay night Heaven's Feel route - Epilogue: Return to the Spring
  3. Fate/hollow ataraxia - Visitor
  4. Fate/hollow ataraxia - Praying Fuji-Nee
  5. Fate/hollow ataraxia - Visit to the grave
  6. 21.0 21.1
  7. Staff Roundtable - The Second Night
  8. TYPE-MOON Long Interview - Kanwa Tsukihime - The Indian Dead Apostle

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki