Profile[edit | edit source]
Background[edit | edit source]
Jean-Mario is the host of a zombie cooking show, where he teaches cooking while fighting a horde of actors dressed as zombies.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Role[edit | edit source]
Lord El-Melloi II Case Files[edit | edit source]
case. Mystic Eyes Collection Train[edit | edit source]
Jean-Mario is a passenger aboard the Rail Zeppelin. Using the wealth procured from his television show, he hoped to purchase a set of Mystic Eyes from the Rail Zeppelin with which he would get back on the easy path for magecraft, but alas it was not to be.
Apparently, having used his new connection with Hishiri Adashino, he continued to pop up here and there around the Clock Tower after the incident.
Grace note[edit | edit source]
In the anime adaptation of Lord El-Melloi II Case Files, Jean-Mario is instead shown to be recording an episode of his cooking show. While visiting the the television set, Kairi Sisigou introduces him as an old friend to Luviagelita Edelfelt during their investigation behind who lured Lord El-Melloi II to the Rail Zeppelin. They ask him about a series of murders in London some years prior where seven people with Mystic Eyes were found decapitated, as has currently happened with Trisha Fellows. Jean-Mario explains that the Clock Tower and Holy Church both investigated but then covered up their findings, enough that there were only a few local broadcasts about the murders, and that the Clock Tower even confiscated the broadcast tapings. He reveals that Trisha had also questioned him about the same incidents recently, to Kairi and Luvia's surprise.
Abilities[edit | edit source]
Jean-Mario uses spider familiars to gather information and for monitoring purposes. In addition, he is unusually adept at understanding modern media for a mage, and as such is privy to news that the Mage's Association and Holy Church have covered up in the past.
Despite the unusual premise of his cooking show, his food is actually top-notch, as Luvia herself calls it delicious.