List of Utawarerumono characters
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- 1 Main characters
- 2 Tusukuru
- 3 Kenashikourupe
- 4 Onkamiyamukai
- 5 Kunnekamun
- 6 Other country leaders
- 7 Misc
- 8 Characters added from consumer version
- 9 See also
- Voiced by: Rikiya Koyama (Japanese), John Gremillion (English)
- Hakuoro wears an irremovable half mask that covers his forehead and extends below his eyes. Erurū, Arurū and their grandmother find him, badly injured, in the forest near their home and nurse him back to health. It is soon apparent that he has lost all of his memories, and he he finds that the state of the world varies significantly from his expectations (e.g. anatomical attributes such as ears and tails are now considered normal). In place of his forgotten name, he is given the name Hakuoro (白皇, meaning "White Emperor" in Ainu, which was also the name of Erurū and Arurū's father). His weapon of choice is a large metal fan that is given to him by Tusukuru. He quickly captivates and gains the trust of those around him, and soon finds himself in a growing position of leadership. Although it seems for a time that his identity is Rakshain, a murderous traitor, he is eventually revealed to be the embodiment of the good half of the god Witsarunemitea and he recalls his memories as Iceman. After Hakuoro's final battle with the darker half of Witsarunemitea, the halves join together once again, with Hakuoro's side straining to maintain dominance. He decides to seal himself away so that his other side will not cause any more destruction, and bids farewell to each of his comrades. Eruru confesses her love for Hakuoro and, in the anime, the two share a kiss. Hakuoro says that he will return and Eruru says that she will wait for him. The final scene hints that does Hakuoro return to Eruru, and this hint is especially strong in the anime.
- Iceman (アイスマン?)
- In the earliest of Hakuoro's memories, he is seen as an unnamed archeological researcher who stumbles upon Witsarunemitea's fossil hidden in an advanced laboratory. An unknown scientist catches him and explains that he did not want anyone to know of this forgotten deity; the "missing link" in human evolution -- for he felt that it should not exist. To protect the secret, he shoots the archeologist whose blood lands on the fossil. This awakens Witsarunemitea who restores him to life in exchange for taking his body as a vessel. As a symbol of the contract, he wears the mask which represents Witsarunemitea. Centuries, or possibly millennia, later his frozen body is found by researchers who thaw him and dub him 'Iceman'. Under the pretense of helping him, the scientists are investigating his ability to survive in the world outside of their enclosed environment (which has become uninhabitable by humans while he was hibernating). They are also interested in further increasing their longevity. They create numerous artificial beings based on his DNA for further study, including subject #63 whom he names "Mutsumi". A sympathetic researcher allows Iceman to escape along with numerous subjects including subject #3510, whom Iceman had previously named Mikoto. They have a child together but are both eventually recaptured. Having reproduced, Mikoto is of particular interest to the scientists who dissect her. On learning of this, Iceman goes berserk and his abilities as Witsarunemitea awaken (he turns the scientists into near immortal amoeba-like entities, fulfilling their wish for longevity). Realizing what he is doing, he asks Mutsumi to destroy him; but she is unsuccessful. Instead, she manages to seal him, but he is separated into two entities: Hakuoro, possessing his good side and his human form; and a formless evil side that must possess a host body to act physically. However, the seal cannot hold indefinitely and the two halves periodically break free. In the current timeline, Hakuoro awakens with no memories, and the darker side possesses the Onkamiyamukai scholar, Dii.
- Voiced by: Ryōka Yuzuki (Japanese), Kira Vincent-Davis (English)
- Eruruu is the first person Hakuoro sees when he wakes up after being found by her and her family. She nurses Hakuoro back to health until he regains his strength. Eruruu has a forceful, but caring, personality. She is named after a fictional flower and has dog-like ears and a tail. In the game and manga, she is often states her displeasure with her small bust.
- Eruruu is the reincarnation of Mikoto, as shown by her ring hair ornament. Like her forebear, she falls in love with Hakuoro and confesses her love for him and kisses him just before he is sealed, stating that she will be wait for his return. At the end of the anime, she continues working as a healer as she waits for Hakuoro's return. In the last scene of the anime she turns around and sees someone or something, however who or what is not shown. Based on her reaction, a joyous smile, it may be presumed to be Hakuoro. In the game version, this is implied even more strongly as prior to that scene, Kūya, Kamyu and Arurū are all shown acting as if they had seen Hakuoro again.
- Voiced by: Miyuki Sawashiro (Japanese), Sasha Paysinger (English)
- Arurū is Erurū's shy, quiet younger sister, and a friend to Yuzuha and Kamyu. Like Erurū, she is also named after a fictional flower. It is said that the Erurū and Arurū flowers grow together. When she first meets Hakuoro, she is shy and reticent, running and hiding from Hakuoro whenever she encounters him and speaking very little. Hakuoro eventually wins over Arurū's affections, and she starts calling him otōsan (お父さん?, meaning "father"). How Hakuoro does so depends on whether one is playing the game or watching the anime. In the game, Arurū warms up to Hakuoro after he shares some freshly harvested honeycomb with her. In the anime, Hakuoro wins over Arurū by sparing the life of a baby white tiger, even though its mother, Mutikapa, a large white tiger with special traits, had killed many innocent people (and despite the fact that almost all the villagers wanted the baby tiger killed; they were, however, willing to defer to Hakuoro's judgment since his plan had saved their lives). Regardless, in both the game and the anime, Arurū raises baby tiger, naming it Mukkuru. After it grows (in an astoundingly short period of time), she rides him into battle, often in spite of orders or warnings to stay away from danger. This results in her being heavily wounded and presumably dying while trying to protect Hakuoro from Hauenka and she is revived by Hakuoro/Witsuarunemitea. It is later revealed that Aruru had been severely injured in an earthquake prior to meeting Hakuoro and that Eruru was unable to do anything for her. Witsuarunemitea happened to be passing by and healed her in exchange of Eruru's body, heart and soul.
- Voiced by: Daisuke Kirii (Japanese), Chris Patton (English)
- Oboro was in the beginning an impulsive and somewhat egotistical bandit chief of a village near the one which Hakuoro dwells in. Overpowering these traits, however, is his care for his younger sister, Yuzuha, to whom he would bring Tusukuru to oversee her health. When Hakuoro becomes the leader of the country's rebellion, Oboro joins forces with Hakuoro and swears eternal allegiance, with revenge for Tusukuru among his reasons, calling Hakuoro his brother. Oboro's main weapons of choice are two long, light swords, which he uses to execute swift fighting techniques. Oboro has stayed with Hakuoro since the establishment of the nation Tusukuru, aiding in battle and any other way which he can. The name Oboro (朧) means haziness, gloominess, and dreariness in Japanese. In the conclusion to the series, he is entrusted with the title of Emperor but he realizes that he is not ready to become a ruler and leaves Tusukuru to train himself. In the game, Oboro forsakes the duties of Emperor and entrust the title to Benawi instead. He then leaves on a journey with Yuzuha's child to show it the world.
Dorī & Gurā
Dorī & Gurā (ドリィ & グラァ?)
- Voiced by: Akeno Watanabe (Japanese), Brittney Karbowski, (Dori) & Nancy Novotny (Gura) (English)
- Dori and Gura are twin archers serving under Oboro. There are several ways to tell them apart: Dori has purple eyes while Gura's are blue, and the bottom part of Dori's clothes is blue while with Gura they are red. Their gender is difficult to ascertain, even by other characters. In the game, Oboro and the twins themselves state that they are male. This scene was not adapted in the anime version, and no mention of their gender can be found in the anime itself. However, in the DVD Q&A segment "The Hows and Whys of Utawarerumono", Hakuoro directly addresses the question of their gender, openly stating that the twins are male and heavily implying that their feminine behavior is a result of their traumatic past. In both versions of events, Dori and Gura get their lord Oboro drunk, resulting in Oboro waking up with the twins in his arms and finding that all three of them are naked. In the conclusion of both the game and anime, they stay with Oboro as he travels the world.
- Voiced by: Daisuke Namikawa (Japanese), Vic Mignogna (English)
- Benawi is a mononofu of Kenashikourupe. When Hakuoro's rebellion overtakes Kenashikourupe, Benawi realizes defeat and kills the emperor, Inkara, to spare him from possible torture and humiliation. Benawi then attempts suicide, but Hakuoro stops him, convincing Benawi to join him. Benawi has a strong sense of responsibility to his country. He has a calm and logical personality, but gets irritated when Hakuoro ignores his duties as a ruler. Benawi's main weapon of choice is a polearm much like a voulge, which he uses most effectively while riding. In the conclusion of the game and anime, Oboro passes the title of Emperor to him before leaving to see the world. The two promise to meet again "sometime".
- Voiced by: Tsuyoshi Koyama (Japanese), Jason Douglas (English)
- He is the fiercely loyal second-in-command of Benawi's cavalry men, and the former samurai leader over the country of Kenashikourupe, though neither he nor Benawi seem to care for the emperor so much as they do for the empire. When the emperor falls, he remains loyal to Benawi, and, in turn, to Hakuoro, to whom Benawi swears allegiance. Kurou tends to be a source of comedic relief of the anime. He is usually seen either arguing with Oboro, due to Kurou's teasing of Oboro, helping to plan military actions, training with his men, or using a thick, long sword with immense skill, cutting down his opponents. Even without his steed or any weapons, he is shown to be capable of defeating a small army with his bare hands, alone. At the game's conclusion, he remains loyal to Benawi and most likely becomes his Retainer.
- Voiced by: Mai Nakahara (Japanese), Monica Rial (English)
- Yuzuha is Oboro's younger sister and friend to Arurū and Kamyu. She is blind and has been very sick with an unknown illness all her life. Although bedridden most of the time, her senses of smell and hearing have been whetted by her lack of sight, enabling her to recognize a person by their scent or even the sound of their footsteps. Yuzuha possesses a gentle persona, which she made especially apparent when dealing with her older brother, and in the fact that she refuses to let an animal die in the hope of obtaining a cure for her. Sadly, at the ending of the last episode (set an unknown time after the events of the main series, but with the characters of similar age and appearance) she is presumed to have died as her brother, Oboro, is seen visiting her grave and leaving behind the bell that she liked.
- In the game, she bears Hakuoro's child which is healthy by virtue of his divine blood. Oboro cares for the child in place of his late sister and leaves on a journey to show it the world.
- Voiced by: Kaya Miyake (Japanese), Sofia Mendez (English)
- Touka is an Evenkuruga mononofu (warrior) who serves Lord Orikakan. After Orikakan is murdered by Yue, she swears vengeance. After seeing the respect which Hakuoro pays to the fallen emperor, she pledges fealty to Hakuoro to serve as his bodyguard and, omitted from her spoken oath but firmly kept in her mind, bear him a child. In the game, she pledges fealty because Aruru and Eruru convince her that Hakuoro is a good person. True to her clan's nature she obsessively follows this oath. However, even though it was part of her oath, she fails to have a baby with him because Karura tricks her into thinking that she would become pregnant by drinking Hakuoro's semen (this only happens in the game). She fights using a slim sword which she combines with her astonishing agility to execute swift and deadly attacks.
- Touka is a member of the Evenkuruga tribe, a small clan living near the steppes, who are blessed with such extraordinary fighting abilities that many of them have carved their names in history. They are a deeply moralistic people and side with good and fight evil in the name of justice and honor. This is mentioned several times during the anime. At the end of the series she works with Karura as a wandering mercenary and follows Hakuoro's request to act as a protector of the weak.
- She is sometimes seen as the comic relief, mostly due to her over-protectiveness of Hakuoro (as seen when she picks through every piece of a fish, searching for poison, before letting the new Emperor eat it) and her feminine side, which conflicts with her warrior-like persona.
Karurauatsurei (Karura) (カルラゥアツゥレイ（カルラ）?)
- Voiced by: Atsuko Tanaka (Japanese), Shelley Calene-Black (English)
- Karura was once princess of Na-Tunku before the Shakukoporu deposed her and placed a puppet leader at the head of the state. She joins Hakuoro after she is found having slaughtered many soldiers from another country who were holding her prisoner. Despite showing concern for her country (which she conceals), she has forsaken her past as royalty and decided to live her life as Karura, a simple woman, and as a sign of this vow continues to wear a large metal collar around her neck placed there in her captivity. She is one of the last two Giriyaginas on Earth, along with Derihourai, her younger brother. She is often seen drinking sake, even on the battle field (She could drink several barrels of sake in one day). Karura wields a massive black blade (personally designed to not break, not dull and not need resharpening), which is so ridiculously large and heavy that no one else can lift it. She uses it in conjunction with her superhuman strength to deal tremendous damage to her enemies. The name Karura (迦楼羅, 迦樓羅, or 迦留羅), also known as Garuda and Garua, comes from the Hindu and Buddhist myth of the man-bird deity. Her weapon, can be said to be a powerful limiter on her body. For when she throws it down to fight under her own power, she is blindingly fast. At the end of the series she and Touka become famous wandering mercenaries.
- Voiced by: Hisako Kyōda (Japanese), Marcy Bannor (English)
- Tusukuru is Erurū's and Arurū's grandmother and village elder, the leader of the village. She is a very kind person and is respected by everyone in the village and even some out of it. She is fatally stabbed while protecting Aruru from an attack by one of Nuwangi's soldiers (although it should be noted that Nuwangi did not actually order the attack, and in fact scolded the soldier afterwards for hurting Tusukuru since Tusukuru nursed Nuwangi as a very small child [Tusukuru had publicly embarrassed Nuwangi earlier by reminding him of that]). After Kenashikourupe falls, Hakuoro renames the country Tusukuru in her honor.
- Voiced by: Hiroaki Ishikawa (Japanese), Mike Vance (English)
- Teoro is a villager who quickly becomes friends with Hakuoro (who he refers to as 'An-chan'). His weapon of choice is an axe. His wife is a bossy blonde woman named Sopoku (ソポク), (Voiced by: Satsuki Yukino), who is always scolding him for skipping out on work or being drunk. He returns to his home with his wife and neighbours after Kenashikourupe falls, which becomes their downfall when Kuccha Keccha invades. Although fatally wounded, he is able to make the journey to warn Hakuoro. He is so successful in hiding his wounds that Hakuoro and his court do not learn that he was injured until they discover his body slumped at the foot of a bloodstained pillar when they return after the battle.
- Voiced by: Tetsuharu Ohta
- Chikinaro is a somewhat shady merchant with a habit of mysteriously appearing when called. He makes his first appearance as a spy paid by Benawi to infiltrate the rebellion's headquarters. He later assists Hakuoro in obtaining the ingredients needed to make the explosives used to repel Shikerpecim's initial attack. He is also the one responsible for procuring Karura's unique sword, as well as Aruruw's pet Gacatar.
- Voiced by: Hiroyuki Yoshino (Japanese), Greg Ayres (English)
- Nuwangi is a white haired youth and childhood friend of Erurū. Nuwangi, now older, is exceedingly arrogant, abusing the power of his higher rank, given by his father. Nuwangi is first seen trying to gain more supplies from the village. Nuwangi personally likes to go to this village so he can meet Erurū, though after his shameful departure, he knocks over an altar, angering the being to which it was dedicated. Nuwangi is rather protective over his nonexistent relationship with Erurū and is quick to jump to conclusions.
- Nuwangi exhibits some cowardly traits, fleeing for his life upon seeing Hakuoro invading in retaliation for Tusukuru's death. After Nuwangi's father is slain due to this negligence, he flees to his uncle for further protection. In the game it is revealed that his father is associated with the death of his mother, and he kills his own father sadistically. After Nuwangi himself repeatedly fails and his uncle, the emperor, is killed as well, Nuwangi is captured by Hakuoro. To his surprise, he is freed from his bonds from Erurū, effectively allowing him to leave without harm. Nuwangi seems to be devastated by this, in which he vanishes off into the mist, never to be heard of, or seen again.
- In the game, he is killed by bandits and beheaded to bring to the rebellion forces.
- Voiced by: Tōru Ōkawa (Japanese), John Swasey (English)
- Nuwangi's father, a local Feudal lord that governs the village in the province where both Erurū and Arurū live during his time as lord. Hakuoro was already living at the village in the anime when he arrives at the village searching for a thief who broke into their mansion. He and Nuwangi demand the village to turn the thief over, at this point Tusukuru confronts them which led to her death at the hand of his bodyguards. With this, they were attacked by the villagers at the station where he was killed by Hakuoro.
- In the game it is revealed that he had a hand in the death of his wife and Nuwangi's mother and that Nuwangi killed him for it, sadistically.
- Voiced by: Tōru Ōkawa (Japanese), Andrew Love (English)
- Emperor of Kenashikourupe, and Nuwangi's uncle (Sasante's elder brother). During his time as Emperor of Kenashikourupe, he oppress his people without even caring about them to the point of rebellion that Hakuoro led against him. He believes it to be a minor nuisance easily exterminated, even ordering Benawi to show no mercy to the rebels, even women and children, and demands revenge for the murder of his brother.
- In the end, his armies were defeated, and the rebellion grew too large to the point of his palace being surrounded. He was killed by Benawi to spare him from possible torture and humiliation.
- Voiced by: Sayaka Ohara (Japanese), Kelly Manison (English)
- Urutori is the first princess of Onkamiyamukai. She decides to become the yomoru (priest sent to look out for a country's welfare) of Tusukuru. She quickly gains great respect and admiration for Hakuoro, after seeing how kind and wise he is. Near the end of the anime, she is given the title of Head Priestess, and vows to watch over Hakuoro's resting place.
- Voiced by: Rie Kugimiya (Japanese), Serena Varghese (English)
- Kamyu the second princess of Onkamiyamukai, and also the younger sister of Urutori. She befriends Arurū, Yuzuha, and Mukkuru and is often seen playing with them. Previously, she had no friends (apart from her sister) and everyone in the mediators considered her to be a monster because she was born with black wings.
- Mutsumi (ムツミ?)
- Mutsumi is Witsarunemitea's "daughter". The one who sealed him and now lives on inside Kamyu like a split personality inherited through blood lines. Her name is derived from the number 63.
Amururineuruka Kūya (アムルリネウルカ・クーヤ?)
- Voiced by: Akira Tomisaka (Japanese), Luci Christian (English)
- Kūya is the young ruler of Kunnekamun. She arranges a secret meeting with Hakuoro prompted by her curiosity about his seemingly supernatural success. The secret meetings continue for some time and they eventually become friends. She pilots a silver Avu-Kamuu. Kūya cares for the welfare of her people, but is unsure of the best course of action. Swayed by the more vocal of her advisers, her subsequent decisions lead to a war on all fronts with all other countries allying against her. She takes part in the first battles and, not used to war, is greatly affected by her own actions and those of her compatriots. Later in the series, after witnessing Genjimaru's death and Hakuoro's true form, she suffers a psychotic break and reverts to the mentality of a young child. Hakuoro takes her into his household where she is well looked after.
- Voiced by: Shōzō Iizuka (Japanese), Charles Campbell (English)
- Genjimaru is an old, but extremely powerful mononofu serving under Kūya. He is also Hien and Sakuya's grandfather. His main weapon of choice is a long sword. He was instrumental in helping the other nations defeating the Avu-Kamuu, by revealing their weakness. He would later be killed by Dii as "payment" in canceling Kūya's contract.
- Voiced by: Kaori Mizuhashi (Japanese), Allison Sumrall (English)
- Sakuya is one of Kūya's attendants and Genjimaru's granddaughter. Kūya offered her to Hakouro as a concubine, stating that she was "good in bed", an offer he declined. What Kūya meant to say was that Sakuya was "good at making beds", which would have caused much less embarrassment for Sakuya, Eruru and Hakuoro.
- Voiced by: Hirofumi Nojima (Japanese), Clint Bickham (English)
- Hien is Sakuya's brother, and Genjimaru's grandson. He pilots a blue Avu-Kamuu armed with a massive blade. He is the more level headed one between him and Hauenkua. He also advocated that Kūya should unite the nations in peace, but under their rule. In the game, he advocates starting global war and destroying all enemy villagers just like Hauenkua, except unlike Hauenkua, he believes that he is doing it for a good cause rather than for pleasure. When Dii revealed himself, Hien willingly joined him. He is killed by Hakuoro/Witsuarunemitea who was trying to end the war.
- Voiced by: Akeno Watanabe (Japanese), Blake Shepard (English)
- Hauenkua serves under Kūya Amururineuruka and has roughly the same status as Hien. He pilots a red Avu-Kamuu, with customized claws on each arm. He is psychopathic and is greatly entertained by war and suffering as long as someone else is suffering. When confronted by his own mortality, as when Hakuoro/Witsuarunemitea destroyed his Avu-Kamuu, he flees in a sobbing panic. He meets his end at the hands of Hakuoro/Witsuarunemitea after Hakuoro tries to end the conflict with Kunnekamun by trying to reason with Kūya.
Other country leaders
- Voiced by: Mitsuru Ogata (Japanese), John Swasey (English)
- Orikakan is the lord of Kucca Kecca, a small country renowned for the skill and zeal of its cavalry, and is an excellent tactician.
- Orikakan is obsessed with gaining revenge against Hakuoro, believing him to be "Rak Shine", a traitor to Kuccha Keccha, who murdered his wife, children, and hundreds of other people. The murdered wife was Orikakan's sister, whose death is the primary reason for his zeal in pursuing revenge. He seeks to attain his revenge by attacking Tusukuru. He personally leads the attack on Yamayura, slaying all the inhabitants and prompting Hakuoro to declare war on Kuccha Keccha. While initially Hakuoro believes he might indeed be "Rak Shine" (since Hakuoro lost all of his memories and cannot remember who he was, traitor or not, before Eruruu found him injured in the woods), Orikakan turns out to be mistaken, manipulated by another agency into falsely believing that Hakuoro was "Rak Shine." He was eventually killed by Niwe when his purpose was fulfilled, before Hakuoro is able to hear all he has to say.
- Voiced by: Yōsuke Akimoto (Japanese), Christopher Ayres (English)
- Niwe is lord of Shikerpecim, a country of vast strength that was three times bigger than Tuskuru, and had ten times the military power. Niwe initiates numerous and lengthy attacks against Tuskuru in an attempt to draw out Hakuoro's inner beast. It is later revealed that he was working with Dii, from whom he learned Hakuoro's true identity. In their final confrontation, Niwe finally succeeds in drawing out the demigod slumbering within Hakuoro. His amazement is cut short however, as the raging beast tears Niwe to pieces, signaling the downfall of Shikerpecim. Niwe, however despite his gruesome death, continues to harass Hakuoro through nightmares later on.
- Voiced by: Masayuki Katou (Japanese), Nomed Kaerf (English)
- Derihourai is Karura's younger brother. He later becomes the lord of the newly created country, Karurauatsuurei, which is named after Karura. Derihourai's main weapon of choice is the tonfa.
- Voiced by: Takayuki Kondo (Japanese), Josh Grelle (English)
- Suwonkas is the emperor of Na Tunk. He is somewhat insane and extremely sadistic, with an entire garden of flowers grown on the bodies of live humans. He was apparently infatuated with Karura, who apparently castrated him in the past, an action that, oddly enough, he expresses gratitude for. He is killed by Derihourai during the Karurawaturei's rebellion.
- Voiced by: Tsuguo Mogami (Japanese), John Swasey (English)
- Kanhordari is the despotic emperor of Noseshecika, one of the three great countries alongside Onkamiyamukai and Kunnekamun. Large and physically dominating, he seems to hold a grudge against Kunnekamun and finally attempts to conquer them, although this attempt backfires horribly when Kunnekamun counterattacks with the Av Kamiw, conquering Noseshecika and killing Kanhordari. His body is eventually reanimated by Dii and destroyed for good by Hakuoro's forces.
- Voiced by: Shūichi Ikeda (Japanese), Nomed Kaerf / John Gremillion (English)
- Dii was an Onkamiya scholar that wandered inside the cave where Witsuarunemitea's soul was sealed. Just as Hakuoro is the Iceman's 'good' side, Dii is now possessed by Witsuarunemitea's darker side. He instigates and catalyzes wars far and wide so that Witsuarunemitea's children (all races are descended from beings created from Iceman, Witsuarunemitea's avatar) could, via natural selection, reach greater heights. Dii, unlike Hakuoro, has complete conscious control of his abilities and is able to dispense with the powerful Genjimaru without visible effort. At the conclusion of his final battle with Hakuoro, Dii's mortal form is destroyed, and the dark half of Witsuarunemitea's soul that dwelled within him is reunited with Hakuoro.
- Voiced by: Ryōka Yuzuki (Japanese), Kira Vincent-Davis (English)
- Mikoto was an artificial being presumably created from Iceman's DNA. Initially called by her experiment number, 3510, she was named Mikoto by Iceman. She and Iceman were allowed to escape from the laboratory by a sympathetic researcher and had a child together. They were later recaptured and she, having given birth to a child, was dissected by scientists for research purposes. She is eventually reincarnated as Eruru. The word Mikoto can also be written as 命, which can also be pronounced as 'inochi', meaning 'life'.
- Mizushima is a faceless researcher responsible for working with Iceman. Although he maintains a professional relationship with Iceman, upon learning that the research team plans to permanently refreeze Iceman, he betrays his fellow humans and helps Iceman escape to the surface, giving him the master key which would later become Erurū's hair ornament. It is implied that he was eventually found out by the humans, although his fate is unknown.
Characters added from consumer version
- Voiced by: Hiroko Taguchi
- Inkara's daughter who only appears in the OAV series and PS2 version of the game. She is a long-time acquaintance of Benawi and Kurou because they served her father. She also runs a bar in a fairly seedy district of the capital city and has a one-sided crush on Kurou. In the PS2 game she seeks revenge against them after the Tuskuru nation is established.
- Voiced by: Yoshimitsu Shimoyama
- An apostate priest of Onkamiyamukai who serves Kamuchatāru with unshakeable loyalty. Frequently proclaiming himself to be a genius, he is surprisingly knowledgeable of very advanced bishop-level magics. Has a scruffy, generically villainous appearance.
- Voiced by: Junji Majima
- A super-intelligent kimamau (monkey-beast) capable of understanding human speech, though still no stronger than other kimamau.