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Entries from Character material and the Prelude stories. Credits to food English translations for the Tsukihime II Prologue Dictionary.

Characters[edit | edit source]

Ado Edem[edit | edit source]

[v] Character Material - Ado Edem, p.030-031

Ado Edem, Ether Liner, Knight.
A child born tainted by Grain, but instead of dying, he condensed it into an organ, like an extra bone. The organ is called Knight Arm. Bearer of Knight Arms are called Knights.
Each Knight Arm is different, Ado Edem's consumes chunks of the Earth and converts it to energy. The Knight Arm grows in proportion with the opponent and radiates Grain.

Arika Ishizue[edit | edit source]

[v] Character Material - Arika Ishizue, p.047

Introduction: Arika Ishizue
A demon user who is always listless, and self-tormenting, yet positive.
Has chronic memory defects. A protagonist who isn't in the centre of things. A weak being who can't live unless he's alone.
He'll approve of most things, but shows disapproval towards the act of dividing one thing into two.
After his arm was eaten, he lost the psychological reaction of "intimidation", so he goes wandering into situations that anyone could tell are dangerous.
Basically, he has the stereotypical protagonist disposition that causes him to wind up involved in trouble that he doesn't need to be concerned with.
In every chapter, he is the key to the beginning of the incidents.
After he's been used we're finished with him, so let's put him back in the pocket and forget about him-----

Source: DDD
Protagonist of DDD. Not the protagonist of every chapter.
Aiming for a pleasant sulkiness, he still lives day-to-day while spewing insults.
His basic concept is the same as Avenger, one of the main characters of Fate/hollow ataraxia, but they aim in completely opposite directions. If Angra is a person who aims outward, then Arika aims inward.

Aoko Aozaki[edit | edit source]

[v] Character Material - Aozaki Aoko, p.008-009

Introduction - Aoko Aozaki

A currently living Magician.

Aloof and clumsy, yet free spirited, somehow managing to come together in this 16 year old girl.
She takes her life as a mage simply, while loving her life as a respectable, strong young woman.
By day she is a boarding schooler, a genius who doesn't seem to realise things that are perfectly natural.
She's only just begun learning sorcery, and so her abilities are way below par.
By night, she's growing up at her own pace under the guidance of her friend and accomplice, Alice Kuonji.
At 16, entrusted with the pulse of the city's spirit, she begins to confront the foreign invaders showing up every now and then.
She's busy every day, but she seems to be enjoying herself with no complaints.
It could be a perfectly natural reason, or something like it.
She isn't afraid at all of her grandfather, who is labelled a monster, and only thinks of the great mage who called up Magic as "a terrible old man who's lived for a long time through questionable means".
Until a certain time, her style was based purely on sorcery, but after a new boarder stumbled in, she got in a number of fights, and from there on she changed to a more close-combat style of sorcery.

Brainwashing-Detective[edit | edit source]

[v] Character Material - Brainwashing-Detective, p.026-027

A famous detective who resolves difficult cases beyond the reach of normal deduction, also referred to as "the Locked-Room Detective" -- piercing to the very heart of incidents with her dark, blue eyes. She resides in a place called Tohno City, which exists in a world of despair wherein the very concept of maids has been destroyed. Silently judging the world with an emotionless countenance, she is a cold, logical preserver of the law whose case resolution rate is 100% -- and feared both by the perpetrators and victims of crimes. It could be said that she is a bizarre individual who pursues justice with a crazed intensity, whose odd manner of verbalized deduction -- saying things like "motive from alibi" or "deductive perfection" -- is nevertheless strangely compelling.

Similar but different from a Magical Girl, the nature of her existence within the night-shadowed metropolis is more accurately that of a "Dark Hero." Her main skills are psychological modification, narrative correction, and confession enforcement. Per her cool character, when her ability "Locked-Room Detective" is active, her sitting posture takes on an air appropriate to that of an "absolute dictator of logic." She continues her involvement in criminal investigation because she has judged it the most efficient method of locating her beloved long-lost twin. Incidentally, her true identity is unknown.

For the sake of finding her sister, she patrols the streets of Tohno City tonight as well.

Special Ability: "Locked-Room Detective"

The name of Brainwashing-Detective's ability does not refer to specialization in locked-room mysteries. Rather, in the condition that she and one suspect of her choice are confined to a locked room alone, a bizarre phenomenon occurs whereby -- within minutes -- the suspect is induced to make a full confession to the crime, and confirms themselves as the perpetrator. Though her method to her deductive reasoning is presumably amazing and brilliant, none besides herself and the suspect of her choice bear witness to it.

Cap Girl[edit | edit source]

[v] Character Material - SISTER&CHINESE HONEY: Cap Girl, p.047

Cap Girl
Class: First-year, class B.
Affiliated to: Super Aikido Club, Unexplored Cuisine Research Society
Likes: Club activities, Old Kung-fu movies
Dislikes: Discussing about love, seniors.
Favorite foods: Chinese dumplings, Bright-red Mapo that she ate someday, somewhere
Dislikes: Supplements, Bright-red Sandwich that she ate someday, somewhere
Hobbies: Baseball, Soccer, Kung-fu
Aspirations: Open a shop of delicious chinese food
Respected/worthy people for her: Master Panda
Blood type: O
Birthday: May 4.

Source: Spinning Type-Moon



Lord El-Melloi II[edit | edit source]

[v] Character Material - Lord El-Melloi II, p.040-041

Introduction - Lord El-Melloi II
Professor Charisma.
Master V.
Great Big Ben Londonster.
The man that female students named as the #1 man they'd like to get laid by, and so on.
A famous lecturer in the Clock Tower with many nicknames.
He doesn't have any problems in declaring he's an archmagus, but he's hopelessly average as a magus.
But, his skill as a lecturer dominates the rest, and is the best person at detecting the hidden talent of others and training it.
There are no magi that were his students that hadn't obtained the rank of Grand, and it's even been said that if he gathered his students together, the power chart in the Clock Tower would change.

But he himself isn't the ambitious sort and has said,
"What a load of codswallop. Why should I, stuck at the 4th tier I still be, have to bloody look after other people?"
Well, so, in that sense, he doesn't really want to get involved with his students.
Back when he was an apprentice, he'd been the very embodiment of the "narcissist that doesn't doubt he's a genius", but an incident some ten years ago had led him to change his attitude, and since then, the result of persistent effort for a spoiled brat led him to be called the professor.

As far as being a talent production, his works are regarded as the greatest masterpieces of their time, but El-Melloi II doesn't really seem to care about that, probably because he's more interested in being a successful magus himself.
So anyhow, as a lecturer, he has zip interest in his mega popularity.
...Rather, he's irritated by that fact and so has for several years has been walking inside the institute with a constantly cranky look to him. Or so they say.

Speaking of which, El-Melloi II isn't his real name but a name given to him by the current head of the Archibald house.

Source: ???
The custodian (sponsor) of Rin after she went to study in London. The condition being "I will not give you one ounce of instruction. Eh well, I will at least send letters of recommendation to the other departments".
He really hates Japan and Japanese, but his sole pleasures are Japanese games. A petit bourgeois that you really can't hate.
And so, while being internally excited, he tried to bring this up to the complete game dunce Rin,
"Maybe you might..... You know, you should be familiar with that town. That place right between Ueno and Asakusa...."
Only to be given an instant answer from Rin that not only did she have no interest in Akihabara, but she had no interest in even Nihonbashi.
And so he got pissed off instead.
"Fuck! You're the worst Japanese in the world."

The person that took down the Fuyuki Holy Grail war.

Introduction - ロード・エルメロイⅡ世

Explanation -

Explanation 02 -


Merem Solomon[edit | edit source]

[v] Character material - Merem Solomon

Introduction - Merem Solomon
The Fifth of the Burial Agency. Number 20 of the 27 Dead Apostle Ancestors. In Ciel’s opinion, an annoying senior. Collects treasures from all ages and places.

The reason he affiliates with the Burial Agency is supposedly in order to get closer to the sealed treasures of the Church.

Originally, he was a divine child (planet terminal) that could manifest peoples’ wishes and communicate with animals. His arms and legs were torn off and worshiped in order to prevent him from ever leaving the village.

The reason his limbs were cut off is because of the religious belief that a divine child must not take on a mortal’s form, and also qutie simply to prevent such a convenient tool from escaping.

(His circumstances resemble those of a certain Angra Mainyu, but Merem actually is a divine child.)

Merem would have simply lived the rest of his life as the villagers’ plaything, but was noticed by the Crimson Moon, who was coincidentally passing by.

The Crimson Moon, who thought that “the power to put into shape the wishes of the people” was quite amusing, declared to the villagers that he would slaughter them all at dawn. “If you want to live, then use your wishes to try and kill me,” he said, and the game began.

The villagers’ wishes, “We don’t want to die”, were truly ugly but strong.

Without thinking of the burden on Merem, who manifested them into reality, the villagers kept on imagining “convenient divine beasts” to challenge the Crimson Moon.

Of course, those kinds of beings could never win against the Crimson Moon.

There was no end to the villagers’ wishes, but with only a little time left before daybreak, Merem reached his limit and died. The remaining villagers died, cursing Merem and the Crimson Moon.

…After that.

When the sun rose above the horizon, the Crimson Moon gave the dead Merem a big fat kiss, and revived him as a Dead Apostle.

“How amusing. You may live as you see fit. You have drawn many pictures of what could replace your arms and legs, correct? The wishes of those others were ugly, but yours were masterpieces.

―――Idols like that would be adequate to bear the burden of being your limbs.”

Entranced by the Crimson Moon’s words, Merem imagined four idols from the religious temple that the villagers built, gave them the power to be his limbs, and stood on the ground like a person for the first time.

Afterwards, he held a kind of adoration towards the Crimson Moon, and became a Dead Apostle who swore his allegiance only to the Crimson Moon --- Brunestud.

After the 27 Ancestors’ separation from the True Ancestors and the Crimson Moon’s demise, it was assumed that he went into reclusion, but for some reason he began to affiliate with their enemy, the Holy Church .

Introduction: Demonition
Merem’s special power. A first-ranked spiritual evocation power.

It is able to embody others’ wishes, but interestingly enough, not his own. Merem possesses a truly strong power, but can’t do anything by himself. In all senses, he’s like a demon himself.

While it resembles the manifestation of fantasies, Merem’s demon summoning takes the wishes of people as a model, and makes something similar after applying his own dreams.

The demons’ powers are warped by peoples’ images, but the mold itself is done by Merem’s image of it. Also, the magnitude of their power changes based on Merem’s prana input.

Given Merem’s personality, he’s not good at manifesting realistic or calculating demons.

In the end, he’s just a Peter Pan living in a fantasy world. The drawings he’s good at and the fantasies that he wants to draw are “the type of demons that you’d see in a fairy tale”.

Source: Tsukihime Dokuhon “talk”

He appears in a small episode several years after Tsukihime.

A one-man monster battle. He’s related to King Solomon in name only.

Although it’s just a plan, he’s planned to appear in “the dark six”. …Really, I wonder what kind of story it’ll become…


出典/月姫、Tsukihime Dokuhon “talk”

Miyako Arima[edit | edit source]

[v] Character material - Miyako Arima, p.072-073

Miyako Arima


Source: Tsukihime, Melty Blood



Mordred[edit | edit source]

[v] Character material - Mordred, p.042-043

Note: All references to gender are neutral in the original text.

Introduction - Mordred
"You must never remove that helmet."

The child of Artoria's sister, Morgan.
A masked knight that came to Camelot with only the recommendation of Morgan and by presenting his awesome swordsmanship became one of the knights of the round table. He was given his sword despite his unknown origins because of his abilities and his straightforward mental chivalry.

In Fate, actually a clone created by Morgan from Artoria. A homunculus, but also a rather complete son of Artoria. Morgan used sorcery to enchant Artoria, who had become a pseudo male, extracted sperm and developed it in her own ovary.

"My son, you have the right to inherit the throne, but for now, hide your status and obey the King. And one will defeat the King and take his place." He bore that obsession of his mother, but before that ambition, was Mordred's adoration of King Arthur.

Being a homunculus, his speed of growth was faster than a human being, and his life span far shorter. Feeling shame at his twisted birth, he was unconsciously jealous of normal people and due to the special innocence that children have, worshiped King Arthur, the "perfect king".

While hiding his dislike of others, he protected the way of the knights in such a way that could only be found in picture books and worked hard daily in being the ideal knight.

But, even that innocence was shattered by Morgan.
Not having the slightest feelings of rebellion on him, he was spurred on by Morgan who told him the truth of his birth.

That Mordred was a child born between Artoria and Morgan.

That King Arthur didn't know that Mordred was his own child and that even if he did, he would never accept such a filthy child.

While shocked by this, he was at the same time wrapped in joy.

Despite not being a proper human, he was a child having the same blood as the King. No, as the son of a king that was superior, he should be proud of the fact that he was not human. In name, reality, mind, and body, he was fit to be the successor of the King.

Mordred approached the King with delight. This was because to Mordred, who had no father, King Arthur was the very form of godlike "father".

However, Artoria rejected Mordred very clearly.

"I see. Even if you were born my sister's plotting, you were certainly born from me. However, I will not recognize you as my son nor will I give you the throne."

Arthur hated his sister Morgan. How could the son of that person be accepted.
"It makes sense.... I finally understand why my title was the weakest."

Despite how hard he tries. Even if he excels over anyone, the moment he was born from Morgan, the King would look down on him as a forever as a dirtied child.

Because of the love he had up until then had been so great, the hate of the rejected Mordred burned.

As a result, the distrust of the Round Table towards King Arthur spread and the reigns of power of Camelot were seized once Arthur departed for the Rome expedition.

He would become the leader of the rebellion representing the national discontent towards King Arthur, after finally returning after a long and tiresome battle.

Mordred raged, claiming that he hated King Arthur, that he was fit for the throne, but the truth was that he only wanted to be accepted by Artoria. He only wanted to be called "son" by the King.

The final fight.

With both armies dying, the two faced each other on a hill of swords.

"Look around you King Arthur. Your country has ended. Which ever one of us emerges the victor, it matters not. As you see before you, everything is gone. You should have known it would come to this. Had you given to me the crown, this would not have happened. Did you hate me, the son of Morgan, that much?!"

King Arthur emotionlessly replied back.
"Not once did I despise you.

There was only one reason I would not give you the throne.

You didn't have the capacity of a King."

Mordred ran forward, driven on by passion.

Defeated in single combat, Mordred collapsed while still impaled by a spear.

"Never remove it before other people."
Freed from that mask his mother forced on him, and with a face identical to Artoria exposed, he said,


He reached out to touch the King with his blood-soaked hands at least once, but not even that wish was granted as he fell.

ORT[edit | edit source]

[v] Character Material - ORT, p.070-071

Introduction - ORT
Details unknown. Apparently landed in South America before the Common Era. As an attack-type lifeform, boasts power on a level far beyond anything else. The former 5th Ancestor attempted to capture it and was killed in seconds. Afterwards, treated as an Ancestor when it was discovered to have vampiric like properties.
Alien entity some 40 meters tall covered with outer skin that is harder, more flexible, more temperature resistant, and sharper than any other substance on the surface.
Said that as long as the battleground is earth, it has no weakness.
In addition to the ridiculously high attack parameters of the main body, it also possesses a special ability similar to Reality Marbles - Crystal Valley.

Explanation - Crystal Valley
Invasion by a horrifying but beautiful landscape.
While some magi and the 27 Ancestors control internal worlds called "Reality Marbles", the one that ORT has is on a completely different level.
ORT is a "visitor from another planet".
By just him (?) being there, the Earth is changing to the environment he lived in. That is, the rewriting of physical laws, a leaking of his "alien order/system".
If man is that which destroys the planet, then ORT is an invader that paints the earth world into an alien planet.
Well, thankfully ORT's a good-for-nothing spider that doesn't intend to hurt the planet...but....well, it might just be because he's (?) not interested in invading
But alas, of course nobody would understand the circumstances of ORTy, so bigshots from a lotta agencies try messing with (him) thinking that they'd better do something about Mr. Dangerous Lifeform as soon as possible......and end up getting annihilated instead.

Explanation 02 - Memorandum
Base concept being "hopeless despair". If this was an RPG, ORTy would be the hidden boss that's stronger than the last boss. "WTF man, did you losers bother to think about game balance omgwtflolz?" No, no, it's your fault for messing with him (?).
ORT just can't learn the culture of earth, but it's thought that he(?) has the ability to partially simulate the creatures he preys on. But since this is just a simulation, even if he (?) said something humanish, that'd just be a repeat of something else. If you're searching for romance, it's your personal business.
Oh, and ORT thinks that the Earth life form that had the strongest flavor to it (in an ORTish sort of way) was the former 5th Apostle.
Just movement by ORT will cause the trees around him to crystallize, forming a crystal valley (spider web).
(Design details)

Source: ???
Ultimate One of Mercury(?).
One of the pals of the Ultimate Ones appearing in Notes...but is more like one of those clumsy girls you see on anime in that it landed on Earth just one step earlier (around 5000 years) by accident. It's thought that he's closed himself off in his Crystal Valley until the promised time.
...Actually, might not really be the strongest life form that received Earth's SOS sign.
Can't be killed by Eyes of Instant Death. Doesn't have the concept of death so you'll have to destroy it physically.

Introduction - オルト

Explanation - 水晶渓谷

Explanation 02 - 覚書

ちなみに直死の魔眼ではコイツは殺せません。 死の概念がないので物理的に破壊するしかないのである。

Touko Aozakai[edit | edit source]

[v] Character Material - Aozaki Touko, p.024-025

Introduction - Touko Aozaki

Explanation - Touko Aozaki's Circumstances

Explanation 02 - After

Source: Kara no Kyoukai, Mahoutsukai no Yoru (Unpublished)

Introduction - 蒼崎橙子

Explanation - 蒼崎橙子の事情

Explanation 02 - この後


Prelude[edit | edit source]

Burial Agency[edit | edit source]

[v] Character material - Prelude II: Burial Agency [Organization], p.038

Burial Agency [Organization]
A branch of the Holy Church. A group of Executor responsible for the inquisition of heretics.
They were not Exorcists who repelled Demons, but executioners of the Demonic.
They never worked with Demon hunting organizations of any nations, and its members frequently operated alone.
The Burial Agency favoured raw power above all. If an individual possessed powers that could vanquish difficult foes of the Church, he/she would be welcomed without any consideration of his status. The Agency consisted of eight members. This included seven members led by Chief Narbareck, as well as one reserve member.

Dead Apostles[edit | edit source]

[v] Character material - Prelude I: Dead Apostles [Term], p.018

Dead Apostles [Term]
Creatures that made up the majority of the Blood Suckers. Considered to be the prototypical Vampires.
They were originally the emergency rations of the True Ancestors. The Dead Apostles served as living blood bags when True Ancestors could not curb their vampiric impulses.
These creatures whose blood was drained by True Ancestors and bound as servants were called Dead Apostles.
Within the ranks of Dead Apostles, there were those who were unrelated to True Ancestors. They were the ones who acquired immortality (as Vampires) at the end of their quest for magic. They also joined the secret society of Dead Apostles. Although their origins differ, they were still considered Blood Suckers.

Dead Apostle Louvre[edit | edit source]

[v] Character material - Prelude I: Dead Apostle Louvre [Person's name • Dead Apostle], p.019

Dead Apostle Louvre [Person's name • Dead Apostle]
Dead Apostle of the Lake. Even among the Dead Apostles, his lineage was an ancient one. Because Louvre was created by the True Ancestor as a form of amusement, namely to appreciate the "beauty" of mankind, he did not possess any exceptional powers.
A few centuries ago, he was pursued by the Executor of the Church to a lake and subsequently destroyed, but somehow he miraculously survived.
Since then, he became dedicated in enlarging his "coven" which he previously did not care about. Currently he was the subordinate of White Wing, who led the largest faction of Dead Apostles.

Death[edit | edit source]

[v] Character material - Prelude I: Death [???], p.023

Death [???]
Assassin. One who could slice the unbreakable like butter, and dismember the indestructible Dead Apostles. As the name suggested, a shadow who was like a Death God.
Like the Avenger, he was deemed an elusive calamity in the world of Dead Apostles.
.... running around doing errands with no pay, what a hard working guy.

Enhance[edit | edit source]

[v] Character material - Prelude I: Enhance [Person's name • Dead Apostle], p.022

Enhance [Person's name • Dead Apostle]
Avenger. A member of the Twenty Seven Dead Apostle Ancestors. Number Eighteen.
He was given the title Blade (Enhance Sword) by those despised him. A Vampire who recently joined the ranks of Ancestors.
It was not unusual for Dead Apostles to wage wars against each other, and the purpose was to wrestle for power within the organization.
Usually the subordinates fought for the right to inherit the title of an Ancestor. Fighting against the other Ancestors was almost unheard of.
Enhance broke this rule, as he actively hunted for the other Ancestors.

Holy Church[edit | edit source]

[v] Character material - Prelude II: The Holy Church [Organization], p.036

The Holy Church [Organization]
The organization that ran contrary to the "universal tolerance" of the religion.
Preaching the word of God, they absolutely did not tolerate anything against the doctrine. Although on the surface they denied the existence of "heretics", within the ranks there existed some who rejected heretics with unmatched fervor. They turned "heretic hunting" into a profession, and a immense department was established for this purpose.
"Executors" were individuals with the power to vanquish Demons. They physically eliminated things that did not exist in the Lord's teachings. On the other hand, Exorcists were individuals in the clergy who tolerated the existence of Demons, but merely temporarily repelled them.

Mages' Association[edit | edit source]

[v] Character material - Prelude I: The Mages' Association [Organization], p.021

The Mages' Association [Organization]
A self-preservation agency formed by practitioners of magecraft, regardless of nationality or race (of course, in name only).
Its directive was to control, conceal, and further develop magecraft.
The Association had the martial power to protect itself from those who threaten its existence. It also possessed facilities for the further development of magecraft. The Association enforced a set of laws that prevented the criminal use of magecraft.
At the moment, the centre of the Association resided in London.

Pepper Powder[edit | edit source]

[v] Character material - Prelude II: Pepper Powder [Spice], p.037

Pepper Powder [Spice]
Hua Jiao Fen.
The product of grinding cooked peppers with mortar and pestle. It was the spice that represented Chinese cuisine. It was said the pepper powder of Sichuan was exceptionally hot, spicy, and aromatic. It could burn through your tongue.
Needless to say, it was an essential ingredient of Mapo Tofu.

Princess[edit | edit source]

[v] Character material - Prelude III: Princess [Ruler of virtue • Colloquial term], p.069

Princess [Ruler of virtue • Colloquial term]
Loved gold colour, despised black.
The Princess that the Priest (Merem) spoke about, of course it was that person. The kid only talked about her, it seemed that he never grew up.
On the one hand, the Princess was not very good at dealing with the Priest, making his friendly gestures seemed unacknowledged. On the other hand, the Black Princess loved the Priest very much. She loved him so much that she was hesitating whether or not to just eat him.

Sister[edit | edit source]

[v] Character material - Prelude II: Sister [Term • Person name], p.039

Sister [Term • Person name]
The Executor who arrived at Aylesbury before the party of Mr. Dawn. She had a friendly smile and the communication skills to quickly adapt to any environment. The most virtuous member of the Burial Agency.
In terms of diplomacy and intelligence, she was considered number one in the Agency. However, she really took the Agency's motto "Endure all trials, consume all humiliations" to heart, and showed off her dazzling dance steps in her laced-up boots at every opportunity.
...However, her performances were really sloppy.

Temple[edit | edit source]

[v] Character material - Prelude III: Temple [Term], p.066

Temple [Term]
A previously isolated world.
It was a prison, but for Merem it was also a place of comfort like the womb. After acquiring his freedom, he peered at the outside world through this place.
In the past, many of his "wishes" in his imaginations were born from the theme of the Temple.
The only thing he loved and longed for from the outside world was the Crimson Moon, as a result, since then he purposefully avoided imagining things with Moon themes.

The Twenty Seven Dead Apostle Ancestors[edit | edit source]

[v] Character material - Prelude I: The Twenty Seven Dead Apostle Ancestors [Term], p.020

The Twenty Seven Dead Apostle Ancestors [Term]
The twenty seven ancestors, the greatest beings among the Dead Apostles. More than half of them had been sealed by the Church.
Among the most ancient Dead Apostles, some of the Ancestors had been slain. The reason that the Twenty Seven seats still existed was that the subordinates of the slain Ancestors inherited their seats.
The sealed Ancestors were locked within sarcophagi by the Holy Church. Since they could not be completely destroyed, they were essentially permanently imprisoned. The covens of the sealed Ancestors still existed today. They were working hard either attempting to save the Ancestors or destroy them.

White Wing[edit | edit source]

[v] Character material - Prelude III: White Wing [Person's name • Dead Apostle], p.067

White Wing [Person's name • Dead Apostle]
Trhvmn Ortenrosse.
The eldest Dead Apostle. A member of the Twenty Seven Dead Apostle Ancestors. Number seventeen.
A Blood Sucker evolved from a magus. He was the first follower of Crimson Moon.
The classic Vampire, currently ruling as the Lord of Dead Apostles. He supposedly represented the Twenty Seven Dead Apostle Ancestors, but acted as their voice in name only.
White Wing was the Dead Apostle formulated the game of True Ancestor Hunting, and the cause of Nero Chao's death in the Far East.
He despised the True Ancestors who reigned, with the only exception being the absolute True Ancestor Brunestud, to whom he demonstrated respect ----

Van Fem[edit | edit source]

[v] Character material - Prelude III: Van Fem [Person's name • Dead Apostle], p.068

Van Fem [Person's name • Dead Apostle]
Valery Fernand Vandelstam.
A member of the Twenty Seven Dead Apostle Ancestors, number fourteen. Demon Lord of Financial Sector. He was a puppet master who materialized seven golems that people referred to as "fortresses".
Van Fem had an intense interest in human society. He was an eccentric Vampire who attempted to increase his influence through non-Vampire method after the First World War.
Rumour had it that recently he constructed buildings in the celebrity town Monaco, and every week he would visit casion boats where he challenged other visitors.

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