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Some or all of these characters need descriptions. A list of tropes is not a description.

The Summoners are a guild led by the Protagonist and follow the belief of being inclusive. This reason is why the guild has a generalized name while also keeping towards their common goal.


Protagonist

Heir of the Dragon

World: Tokyo
Origin: Aztec Mythology,Cthulhu Mythology,Egyptian Mythology,Hindu Mythology,Norse Mythology
Rarity: 3*(All), 4*(All)
Artist: Bombom
Voiced by: Kappei Yamaguchi, Naoko Matsui, Toshiyuki Hosaka, Yuu Amano, Toshimitsu Oda

The main character summoned into Tokyo with no memories before being transported. The Role they are summoned with is "Wanderer". As a Transient, they wield a Divine Sword Sacred Artifacts made from a dragon's tail. The Sacred Artifact's Rule is Rending which allows him to sever anything with a slash of the sword.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Acrofatic: Protagonist 5 is notably more heavyset than the others, but that doesn't make them any less efficient in combat and swordsmanship.
  • Absurd Cutting Power: Their Rule of Rending allows them to cut anything with their sword Sacred Artifact. The reason he has this power is due to the 24 souls combined to make him who also had Rules to cut certain attributes:
    • Susanoo from Takamagahara had the Rule to cut authority.
    • Yoshitsune from Wa no Kuni had the Rule to cut distance.
    • Aynurakkur from Kamuy Kotan had the Rule to cut stasis.
    • Nuwa from Hourai had the Rule to cut the heavens or skies.
    • Shaytan from Eden had the Rule to cut gravity.
    • Eurynome from Olympus had the Rule to cut bloodlines.
    • Quetzalcoatl from El Dorado had the Rule to cut the ground.
    • The Implied Nameless Mist from Old Ones had the Rule to cut dreams and reality.
  • Animal Motifs: Dragon
  • Ambiguous Gender: The player has an option to not set their gender as either male or female.
  • Anti-Magic: Their Sacred Artifact's Rule can sever concepts; represented in-game by removing buffs and debuffs on enemies and allies respectively.
  • Big Little Brother: They are technically this to Kagutsuchi given that one of their souls is Susanoo.
  • Bishonen: Protagonist 4 is the closest to this, as far as the game goes.
  • Chick Magnet: Well, also Dude Magnet where people from different species are attracted to them.This attraction stems from how they are an amalgam of 24 souls from the 24 worlds especially Transients that can sense a soul from their respective world.
  • Did You Just Romance Cthulhu?: They can flirt with various beings from the 24 worlds even from the Old One's world. He also implied to carry the soul of the Nameless Mist!
  • The Hero: Duh.
  • Heroes Prefer Swords
  • Everyone Has Standards:
    • While the protagonist can throw out several suggestive lines to many of the characters (and in some cases, implied to have a "romantic night" with them), they do not do the stated thing to child and preteen characters and act more appropriate toward them, with innocent hand-holding and hugging being as far as they go. They even outright disapprove those such as Hougen when the latter teasing of Nobuharu goes beyond what is acceptable.
    • They also don't ogle the Exceptions despite 4 out of 5 being very Stripperiffic males due to the situations' intensity.
  • Failure Is the Only Option: Due to the rule of Representative > Exile, the protagonist cannot hope to win against those who once banished their souls from their original world. By Chapter 10, they've found a way around this from Musashi by utilizing two rules at the same time in order to bypass the opposing Representative's rule.
  • Idiot Hair: Protagonist 4 has one on the back of his head.
  • Identity Amnesia: They have no memories of what their life was before coming to Tokyo.
  • Hunk: Protagonist 1 is the shorter guy variant, while protagonist 3 is more of the traditional variant.
  • Older Than They Look: Appearance-wise, Protagonist 1 looks a few years younger than the others due to his smaller body structure. Addtionally, if you add the number of years that each of their souls spent in their home world prior to being exiled...
  • Out of Continues: Zigzagged. While the game will continue to loop on for eternity each time they're killed, the protagonist will never be able to save Salomon and Mononobe if they let this loop comes to pass as the two will forever be erased the moment that it happens.
  • Reincarnation Romance: Some of the love interests, such as Ophion were the lover/husband/wife of the 24 souls of the protagonist in their original world.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Of the Summoners Guild, if the player chooses to be a girl.
  • Shonen Hair: Protagonist 1, 3, and 5.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: They're an amalgamation of the 24 souls that was banished from each of the 24 worlds that participate in the game.
  • Younger Than They Look: They're physically 16-18, judging from the fact that they're in the 2nd year at High-school, but they shouldn't be older than 1 year old, given they only came into existence shortly at the start of the game.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Protagonist 2 sports a Grade A one.

Lil' Salomon

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World: ???
Origin: Israel, The Old Testament (11th century BC)
Voiced by: Kappei Yamaguchi

A mysterious familiar who aids the protagonist in the non-battle zone portion of the game and is generally unseen by everyone except for a selected few.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Butt Monkey: His existence early in the story is to be chewed (or rewarded) by the protagonist.
  • Dub Name Change: His nickname is changed from "Salomon-kun" to "Lil' Salomon" in the English version.
  • Exposition Fairy: Provide gameplay information to the protagonist at the start of the story.
  • Familiar: He acts as the personal one for the protagonist where he explains the mechanics of the app and manifesting whenever the main character is alone. It is later revealed that he is an Exception connected to the MC's Sacred Artifact which gives him the memories of the various souls the Protagonist is made of through his Ring Sacred Artifact on his horn.
  • Meaningful Name: Is named after "Ars Almadel Salomonis".
  • Non Action Guy: As he cannot enter the battle zone, Lil' Salomon cannot provide the protagonist any form of combat assistant.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: To put it simple, he knows about the game and its situation more than his silliness would tell you.
  • Ret-Gone: This will be his fate if the current loop is reset, as his power to survive the loop after loop along with the protagonist has finally reached its limit.
  • Shoo Out the Clowns: Whenever the story kicks into tension, don't expect him to be there. This, among other things, is heavily deconstructed from Chapter 9 onward.
    • Took a Level In Badass: After the protagonist obtains the mysterious ring from the abandoned school building, Salomon is now able to assist the protagonist in the App Battle Zone, providing stealth assistance and moral support to the protagonist when needed.
  • Wham! Line: Him casually calling Mr.Mononobe "father" turning what the player knew so far upside down.

Shiro Motoori

World: Tokyo
Origin: Cthulhu Mythology
Rarity: 3*(Nether), 4*(Fire/Nether), 5*(Aether)
Artist: Bombom
Voiced by: Hiroki Goto
A diligent student and his class' representative from Shinjuku academy. He is highly intelligent with a wide range of knowledge but is rather stubborn. His Sacred Artifact comes in the form of a tome with a face on it and looks like its cover is made from rotten human flesh. The book's Rule gives him the power to summon Devils, Imp creatures under Shiro's control.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Childhood Friend: Shiro is a childhood friend to Kengo despite their contrary personalities.
  • Lovecraftian Superpower: His Sacred Artifact is an eldritch grimoire with the Rule of Resurrection. It gives him the ability to summon Devils, little imp-like creatures to do his bidding.

Ryota Yakushimaru

World: Tokyo
Origin: Arthurian Mythology
Rarity: 3*(Wood), 4*(Wood), 5*(Wood)
Artist: Bombom
Voiced by: Yoshihito Oonami
A second-year student at Shinjuku Academy and has many friends around Tokyo due to his elegant demeanor. He is in the same social group as Shiro and Kengo due to being classmates. His Holy Grail Sacred Artifact has the Rule to create miracles if he can fuel it with love.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Holy Grail: His Sacred Artifact is a golden grail with the Rule of Abundance. This Artifact can create miracles from making pudding to healing wounds.
  • Knight in Shining Armor: As fitting his role as Paladin, just like Sir Galahad from the mythology his grail came from.
  • Meaningful Name: His surname is a reference to the Healing Buddha Yakushi or Bhaisajyaguru.

Kengo Takabushi

World: Tokyo
Origin: Norse Mythology
Artist: Bombom
Voiced by: Yuuhei Iwanaga
The second-year martial artist who attends Shinjuku Academy. He often skips school to fight in the Ikebukuro Colosseum. His hobbies include training in the mountains along with a soft spot for those who also like the mountains. The Sacred Artifact he wields a belt of power that can enhance his body to superhuman levels with its Rule of Infinitude.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Amplifier Artifact: Kengo's Sacred Artifact is a belt wrapped around his right arm. His Rule is Infinitude which can amplify his physical speed and power on an infinite scope but takes a toll on his body.
  • Carpet of Virility: Being the manliest of the group, he rather hirsute as well; giving more emphasis to his masculinity.
  • Shock and Awe: One aspect of his Artifact allows electricity to run through his body which helps increase his reaction speed.

Toji Sakimori

World: Tokyo
Origin: Ancient Japan
Artist: Bombom
Voiced by: Junya Inaba
A high school student who wields two cursed blades and trained as a kannushi in training. He has the blood of oni and human in his veins. He tries to suppres his power by creating barriers along with controlling his cursed blades.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Horned Humanoid: He Has two blue orbs shaped like horns on his head, reflecting his (mostly recessive) orge heritage.

Hanuman

World: Deva Loka
Origin: Hindu Mythology
Artist: Bombom
Voiced by: Kappei Yamaguchi
A Monkey Therian with a penchant for pulling pranks and stealing valuables. After being summoned into modern Tokyo, he has fallen in love with pop culture such as anime, manga, and games along with a particular interest in ninjas. His staff is a Sacred Artifact that can stretch its length with the Rule of Elongation.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Morph Weapon: This Transient's Sacred Artifact holds the Rule of Elongation. It has the power to stretch an infinite length but its power is currently limited.

Moritaka

World: Wa no Kuni
Origin: Ancient Japan
Artist: Kinoshita Jiroh
Voiced by: Kappei Yamaguchi
A Transient from the Land of Wa and also a second-year in Shinjuku Academy. He is a young teen who swore on his late warrior family to be a great samurai and tries to make a name in Tokyo. He is adept with a sword due to war being common in Wa. His Sacred Artifact is a Spirit Sword inherited from his father and lord with a blade made of ice.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • An Ice Person: The Canis Therian's Sacred Artifact is a katana with a blade of ice and inherited by his lord and father. It has the power to use water that wards evil and weakens monsters.
  • Raised as the Opposite Gender: His mother raised him as a girl which led to him crossing dressing from time to time along with liking those who do it too.

Agyo

World: Wa no Kuni
Origin: Ancient Japan
Artist: Kinoshita Jiroh
Voiced by: Maiko Ito
A shrine guardian from the Land of Wa who worked with his partner, Ungyo before being buried after completing his duty. He currently searching for a new partner and has a strong desire to become the best guardian dog.

Gullinbursti

World: Yggdrasil
Origin: Norse Mythology
Artist: WAKU+LW
Voiced by: Satoshi Hino
A Transient who was create by dwarves in the word of Yggdrasil. He trains everyd ay to become a guardian for his master who created him and granted him his sword. He is rather modest about his weapon but still trains to become worthy of wielding it. He carries a sword Sacred Artifact that can kill a giant with a single slash along with the Rule to grant victory.



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