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This is a list of minor characters that have appeared or are mentioned in passing in Evil Food Eater Conchita, including its song, light novel, or other related media.

AngEdit

Ang was the emperor of the Tasan Empire during the first century EC. During his reign, he had the delicious baemu pig hunted in abundance for his Empire. However, the country later suffered from infighting and soon after split apart under his rule. Long after his death, the baemu was labeled a cursed pig and the creatures were banned from being eaten by the Levin religion.[1]

Banica's SonEdit

The son of Banica Conchita and Carlos Marlon.[2] Conceived during the affair between Banica and her former fiancé, the baby was left in the mansion after the noble devoured herself. The newborn was found alone on a dish by Elluka Clockworker and Platonic when the two were sent to investigate the mansion and was subsequently adopted by a servant of Juno Beelzenia. The boy is an ancestor of Germaine Avadonia.[3]

Bruno (EC 325)Edit

Bruno was a member of the Association and an associate of Platonic. At some point he joined the organization and took up the alias of "Bruno", helping provide information for those in the criminal underworld that were interested. Around EC 325, Bruno supplied Platonic with the layout of the Conchita Family mansion for her planned heist.[4] His real name is unknown.

Burglar DonaldEdit

Burglar Donald was the Emperor of the Asmodean empire. Born into the Asmodean Imperial Family in the third century EC, the belligerent Burglar eventually succeeded the previous Emperor and began having his armies constantly skirmish with the Beelzenian forces along the border.[5] In EC 325, Emperor Burglar had his forces prepare for full-scale war with Beelzenia, later invading the Red Country outright. Decades after his death, Asmodean and Beelzenia exhausted themselves from their constant warring, leading to Lucifenia's independence and the Red Country's swift decline.[6]

Charon MarlonEdit

Charon Marlon was the King of the Kingdom of Marlon. At some point, he married Milkicent and had three children with her: Kirk, Cult, and Carlos. In June of EC 311, Charon betrothed his youngest child, Carlos, to the Beelzenian Empire's Banica Conchita, a member of the Conchita Family descended from the Beelzenian Imperial Family. After Banica's disgusting display of table manners in February of EC 312, the Marlon king canceled the engagement.[7]

Conchita CookEdit

The head chef on the Conchita estate. In November of EC 296, the head cook was put in charge of preparations for the feast to celebrate Banica Conchita's birth. During the preparations, the baemu pig was brought into his kitchen; recognizing the beast, the wide-eyed servant asked if it was really baemu. When Muzuri confirmed, asking if he could use it for dinner, the cook approached and measured the animals' perimeter before nodding. He noted that, aside from the red fur, horns, and larger size it was the same as a Tasan pig, and that it shouldn't be a problem.

When he began to express concern about the taste, Muzuri cut him off to declare he decided it was delicious and the cook conceded, asking if he should cook it like a regular Tasan pig or only use the internal organs. As Muzuri told him not to get more out of the meat, the cook then inquired about the pig's stomach, sniffing. As Muzuri brushed off his question, the cook watched the baemu go wild, falling onto the floor in a panic as the animal strained against its rope and was killed by Muzuri. The man praised his employer and applauded before being left alone with the dead animal.

Preparing the baemu's internal organs for the supper, the cook prepared the pig's liver and had a precautionary taste. Later, he prepared its stomach and discovered an ornate wine glass inside, intact. Rushing out to the dining hall, he whispered in Muzuri's ear that there was a story with the baemu. When the Duke asked if there was a problem, the cook affirmed and asked him to come to the kitchen. Once inside, he showed him the glass and, when asked if the pig swallowed it, said he guessed but then went on to note how strange it was that the glass wasn't damaged.

As Muzuri mused the pig may have really been a gift from God, the cook expressed his confusion. Asked what his problem was, the cook related the possibility that more debris was hidden inside the stomach. Asked if they wouldn't eat the baemu as a result, the cook clarified they at least shouldn't eat the stomach, warning he could get hurt or killed if he ate any debris. Cut off, the Duke asked him if it wasn't his job to prevent that and the chef reiterated he would cook it with great care before beginning again, only for Muzuri to exclaim he'll die to complete his cherished ambition.

The cook began imploring him to be careful for his new daughter, only for the Duke to again brush off his protests. Giving up, he answered Muzuri's next question about the wine for dinner and then related how he had tasted and enjoyed the baemu's liver after being asked if he'd tasted any of it. Sometime after, he finished cooking the meal and served the pig to Muzuri, watching anxiously as he had first taste; after the Duke declared it delicious, he smiled with relief. When he ordered the cook to make more, the chef agreed, adding it was too big a pig for one person, and then served it to the rest of the staff and family. The day after the feast, suffering from the Gula disease, the cook swallowed a kitchen knife and died, his corpse later discovered by Ron Grapple. [8]

Conchita DoctorEdit

The family doctor in the Conchita household. In EC 296, he was called out to the main estate to investigate the death of the family's head cook, who was found pale-faced and having vomited blood. Finding no certain cause of death, the doctor informed the grand chamberlain, Ron Grapple. Duke Muzuri then instructed him to examine all the members of the household for any poison or disease. After finding no suspicious symptoms among anyone, he told the household they'd just have to wait and see, reassuring them he'd stay overnight due to the suspicious circumstances and pleaded they tell him if anything happened.

After the stockman died the next day, the doctor left for Gasto with the two corpses to study. Examining the bodies, the doctor cut open the bellies of the first two and discovered that their stomachs were inflated; dissecting further, he found that the head cook had eaten his own cutlery, while the stockman had eaten hay from the barn. At some point, the doctor learned of a seemingly famous mage coming through town. Three days later, he returned to the mansion. Timidly approaching the Duke, he asked Muzuri how he was and the Duke related his worries, screaming at the doctor to tell him the cause.

The doctor shared his findings and concluded that they suffered a disease that made them eat the impossible, before adding there shouldn't be such a disease. Covering his face with his hands, the doctor speculated that the disease's symptoms manifested in an obsession with eating anything available. The doctor then said that, even if the staff were ill, he was unable to treat them, and apologized for his failure. As Muzuri questioned what he was supposed to do, the doctor began to suggest the Duke rely on the wisdom of a mage down by the foot of the mountain, even if he wasn't skilled in medicine. Before he could finish, the enraged Muzuri cut him off and threw a candlestick at him; as the Duke ordered him to get out, brandishing his sword, the man screamed and fled.[9]

Conchita GardenerEdit

The gardener for the Conchita household. A young man and a heavy drinker, the man celebrated Banica Conchita's birthday and ate part of the baemu with the rest of the servants in November of EC 296. Four days later, he died of the Gula disease and his body was found soon after. Following his discovery, the family initially blamed his alcoholism for his death.[10]

Conchita LaundressEdit

One of the servants charged with laundry on the Conchita estate and a member of the Netsuma Clan. The woman celebrated Banica Conchita's birthday and ate part of the baemu with the rest of the servants in November of EC 296. Five days later, she died of the Gula disease and her body was discovered by the rest of the staff.[11]

Conchita MaidEdit

A maid on the Conchita Estate assigned to take care of Megour's personal belongings. The woman celebrated Banica Conchita's birthday and ate part of the baemu with the rest of the servants in November of EC 296. Three days later, she died of the Gula disease at the age of sixty, vomiting blood, and her corpse was discovered by the rest of the staff. Her death was then initially attributed to her old age.[12]

Conchita StockmanEdit

A servant put in charge of livestock on the Conchita estate. Watching over the various animals on the estate, in November of EC 296, he received a rare red pig that was delivered among other gifts for Banica's birthday celebration; asking the cartman who sent the beast, he heard him reply that he didn't know, saying that the creature having showed up without his notice and that, with Banica's gifts already loaded on the cart, he had went with it as is. When Muzuri Conchita entered and asked to see the gift, the man related how he had never seen such an animal before as he pointed it out to the Duke.

When Muzuri exclaimed it was a baemu, the man repeated the name in surprise and, after Muzuri noted he didn't expect him to recognize it, asked him if he knew about the pig. As the Duke then explained about the legendary pig the man, surprised, replied that it was to be expected of Muzuri to know such details. He then ventured to guess that the taste was pretty delicious, only to hear his employer state he didn't know. After Muzuri explained how rare it was, the servant mused on it and wondered who sent it. He was asked what the cartman said and he related that he didn't know either. Hearing Muzuri exclaim it was a gift from God, the servant questioned this and listened in confusion as the Duke asserted the pig was a reward for his daily deeds on Banica's birth.

Giving up, he then heard the Duke declare they'd eat the pig for the banquet and he suggested they wait for the other nobles when they come to see the young Banica's debut. After Muzuri refused, the servant followed the Duke's orders to carry the baemu into the kitchen for tonight's banquet. That night, the man celebrated Banica Conchita's birthday and ate part of the baemu with the rest of the servants. Two days later, overcome by the Gula disease, he ate the hay in the barn and died, his corpse later discovered by the staff.[13]

Cult MarlonEdit

Cult Marlon was the Second Prince of the Kingdom of Marlon. Born into the Marlon Royal Family, Cult was raised by his parents, Charon and Milkicent, along with his older brother, Kirk, and later his younger brother, Carlos in Marlon Castle. Over the years, the prince attended multiple public service events and diligently trained his skills with a sword. Once he came of age, Cult was given command of the Marlon army and began directing the Blue Country's forces against the armies of the Kingdom of Lioness.

In February of EC 312, Cult's forces successfully captured Lord Hedgehog's court mage AB-CIR, hoping to gather useful intelligence about the second army. One evening later that month, Cult attended a formal dinner with his family and several members of the Beelzenian imperial government. As he ate, Cult grew annoyed with Empress Juno's ranting about Carlos' marriage to Banica Conchita.

A Marlon officer then interrupted and, seeing an opportunity to escape Juno's conversation, asked why he was disturbing his dinner. As the soldier reported that the mage was imprisoned in Middle Tower's dungeon, Juno interrupted to ask about the sorcerer and Cult recounted the man's recent capture. When Juno expressed her disappointment that it wasn't the same mage she knew, Cult confirmed her family were well acquainted with another mage. Prince Cult then explained Lord Hedgehog's military rank and that his court mage could give them an edge in the war.

Afterward, the officer dumped the bag of AB-CIR's belongings before the second prince. Seeing the peculiar sword and wine glass, he remarked about the oddities and the curious Juno suggested they might be magic tools. Annoyed by the Empress' intrigue, Cult reiterated they were eating before sending the officer away. Once the soldier left with the items in tow, Cult continued to eat while Juno ranted as she pleased, occasionally faking a smile when she involved him in the conversation.

Once Juno and his parents finished, Cult left his half-done steak unfinished and watched the servants collect their dishes. The party then saw Banica suddenly steal and devour his large steak easily. Horrified, Cult and the others watched the noble continue devouring their leftovers like an animal. Afterward, the furious King Charon broke off the engagement and the Beelzenians left.[14]

Donald (duke)Edit

The Duke of the Asmodean region and later its first Emperor. Born into the Donald family in the second century EC, the aggressive man grew up in Asmodean and eventually became the family head, inheriting the title as one of the Five Dukes. Around EC 199, Duke Donald entered a quarrel with the Beelzenian Imperial Family over the criticism his family received for typically having a weak and unready military for Beelzenia's needs. Soon after, the Duke broke away from the Beelzenian Empire, establishing Asmodean's independence, and crowned himself Emperor; successful in his treasonous actions, Emperor Burglar ruled Asmodean for a time.[15]

GastolleEdit

Gastolle was a Duke of the Beelzenian Empire. Controlling the Retasan territory, Duke Gastolle became directly involved in the civil war between Beelzenia and its Asmodean region. During the conflict, Gastolle was killed and his territory fractured without an heir. After his death, the Beelzenian Imperial Family took control of his western territory while delegating the eastern half to the Conchita family, elevating them as Dukes in his place.[16]

Hedgehog (lord)Edit

A noble lord of the Blood Pool region of the Kingdom of Lioness and general of the second army. Born sometime during the second century EC, he eventually became the head of the Hedgehog family, residing in Castle Hedgehog. Also becoming general of the second army, the man led his forces in battle against the neighboring Kingdom of Marlon. Over the years, the sadistic lord tortured many of the war prisoners he captured.[17]

Around the turn of the fourth century EC, he met AB-CIR and kept the sorcerer as his court mage.[18] As the war with Marlon went sour, the Lioness royal family disposed of the noble and removed any evidence of his dark hobby. Centuries after his death, his rumored love for torture was known all throughout Marlon. Likewise, it was rumored that a descendant of the mage that served him resided there in the Blood Pool region, going by the name Abyss I.R.[19]

IldebrandoEdit

Ildebrando was the fourteenth cook in the service of Banica Conchita. Hired to work at the Conchita Mansion, Ildebrando quickly became disgusted with Banica's peculiar appetite. Soon after annoying the Duke, Banica had Arte and Pollo brutally murder him, the twins crucifying him for their amusement. Shortly after, the thief Platonic stumbled upon Ildebrando's mutilated corpse. Accidentally spilling some of the liquid in the Glass of Conchita on his foot, the former cook was revived and, crying as his eyes fell out, pulled against the chains binding him while Platonic fled the floor.

Escaping his confines, the undead Ildebrando made his way towards Platonic upstairs with Banica, but the thief escaped. As he moaned incoherently, Banica noted how the dead man still annoyed her, pulling him towards her before pinning him to the wall. In response, Ildebrando bit into Banica's neck, only for her bleeding to stop shortly after. Saying he needed to be punished for that, Banica questioned what he tasted like before devouring the former chef.[20]

JosephEdit

Joseph was a famous chef in the Evillious region. Well known in Beelzenia, he was killed by AB-CIR in order for Carlos Marlon to impersonate him. Due to Joseph's fame as a cook, the disguised Carlos was hired and easily infiltrated the Conchita estate.[21]

Kirk MarlonEdit

Kirk Marlon was the First Prince of the Kingdom of Marlon. Born into the Marlon Royal Family, Kirk was raised by his parents, Charon and Milkicent, and later his younger brothers, Cult and Carlos, in Marlon Castle.[22] Over the years, the crown prince attended multiple public service events and diligently trained his skills with a sword.

One evening in February of EC 312, Kirk attended a formal dinner with his family and several members of the Beelzenian imperial government. As Juno ranted about Carlos' marriage to Banica Conchita, Kirk silently ate, leaving aside the dessert pudding. Once Juno and his parents finished, the reserved prince left what remained of his meal unfinished and watched the servants collect their dishes.

The party then saw Banica suddenly steal and devour Cult's large steak easily before drinking his pudding in one gulp. Horrified, Kirk and the others watched the noble continue devouring their leftovers like an animal. Afterward, the furious King Charon broke off the engagement and the Beelzenians left.[23]

Lionel CorpaEdit

Lionel Corpa was a merchant of Lucifenia in the Beelzenian Empire and a member of the Association. Born around the turn of the fourth century EC, Lionel eventually became the head of the Corpa Firm, living in his mansion in Rolled. At some point, he joined the Association and became the organization's "Bruno" for its Lucifenia branch, trading the group's intelligence for money from a barn on the outskirts of Rolled. Around EC 324, he was visited by Phantom Thief Platonic and provided her information on Elluka Clockworker.[24]

Lucifenia IEdit

Lucifenia I was a Duke governing Beelzenia's Lucifenia region and the founder of the Kingdom of Lucifenia. Born into the d'Autriche Family, the man eventually became the family head, inheriting the position as one of the Five Dukes. Following Beelzenia's war with Asmodean, Duke d'Autriche decided to take a chance and broke away from the weakened Empire in EC 399, crowning himself "King Lucifenia" of the new Kingdom of Lucifenia. With both Beelzenia and Asmodean exhausted from their war, the new King maintained his rule over the territory.[25]

At some point, he sired children, creating the Lucifenian Royal Family. He is the direct ancestor of King Arth, Prince Alexiel, and Princess Riliane, who adopt his cognomen as their surname. Like his descendants, he is assumed to be an Orthodox Lucifenian with pale skin, blond hair, and blue eyes.

Milkicent MarlonEdit

Milkicent Marlon was the wife of Charon and the Queen of the Kingdom of Marlon. After marrying her husband, Milkicent bore three children with him: Kirk, Cult, and Carlos.[26]

Oruhari (EC 323)Edit

One of the Five Dukes in the Beelzenian Empire, governing Grabia. On November, EC 323, the Duke organized a party to be attended by the aristocracy.[27] He, along with the rest of the participants, were shocked by the sudden appearance of Banica Conchita, returning with a slender figure after suffering a near-fatal disease and eating insects during the event. At some point, he met Yocaski Ausdin and grew to hate him because of his rude manner of speaking.[28] His descendant would become an expert on Banica and relate the story to a curious Yukina Freezis.[29]

Sanan JaakkoEdit

Sanan Jaakko, born Sanan Noi, was the author of the famous fairy tale "Vampiress Vanika". She had written and popularized the story of Banica Conchita, while creating the myth that Vanika was a vampire who was possessed by a glass vessel of sin that turned her into an Evil Food Eater, cursed the dead to become her eternal servants via the red glass, and would wither and die if she didn't drink human blood for three days. In EC 388, she married the historian Will Jaakko.[30]

Tetippea ConchitaEdit

Tetippea Conchita was a Duke of the Beelzenian Empire and the fourth head of the Conchita Family. Born into the Conchita household, Tetippea eventually became the head of the family, appointed as the Marquis; at some point, he sired a son, Tosuite. After Duke Gastolle's death in the early third century EC, Marquis Conchita was appointed to replace him as one of the Five Dukes. Given control over the eastern part of Gastolle's Retasan territory. Sometime after, Tetippea died and was succeeded by his son.[31]

Tosuite ConchitaEdit

Tosuite Conchita was a Duke of the Beelzenian Empire and the fifth head of the Conchita Family. Born the son of Tetippea Conchita, Tosuite inherited his father's title as one of the Five Dukes in the wake of his death in the third century EC. Afterwards, Tosuite requested that the former Duke Gastolle's eastern Retasan territory they controlled be renamed as the "Conchita territory" and the imperial family approved of the change. Sometime afterward, Tosuite died and he was succeeded by Muzuri Conchita.[32]

Unknown d'AutricheEdit

A Duke of the Beelzenian Empire, governing the Lucifenia region. Governing the territory in the early EC 300s, the Duke went to and from Marlon during its war with the Lioness country and had Yocaski Ausdin and the rest of the Coast Guard escort him along the shores of the Hark Sea.[33]

Unknown DemilambEdit

A Duke of the Beelzenian Empire, governing the western territory of the Empire. Around EC 325, the Duke's daughter became bed-ridden due to a disease and the Duke watched over her. During this time, the thief Platonic attempted to steal the black crystal ball he owned but failed.[34]

Unknown SubordinateEdit

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A man that served as part of I.R.'s information network. Serving under her during the second century EC, the man was set-up into a battle with the sorceress due to the interference of Haru Netsuma's resurging consciousness.[35] With his right hand severely burned by the mage, I.R. possessed the man and used him as her medium, taking on the persona of "AB-CIR", a benevolent and powerful mage who defeated the evil fire-wielder, I.R. The man had black hair and dark eyes with medium-toned skin. After his battle with I.R., his right hand wore a black glove at all times to hide the burns.[36]

VincentEdit

Vincent was an Earl of the Beelzenian Empire. After inheriting his noble title toward the end of the third century EC, Earl Vincent governed a territory within the Empire as a vassal for one of the Five Dukes. At some point, he became acquainted with Duke Muzuri Conchita. In anticipation of the birth of Muzuri's child in November of EC 296, Vincent sent gifts along with the other feudal lords to celebrate.[37]

Will JaakkoEdit

Will Jaakko was a historian in the Evillious region. Born in EC 353, he was told stories of Banica Conchita by his grandfather, Xenos, during his childhood.[38] In EC 388, he married the novelist of "Vampiress Vanika", Sanan Noi.[39] In his later life, Will decided to research Banica and her life, becoming acquainted with Elluka Clockworker in the process. Learning the details of Banica's connection to the vessels of sin, Will continued studying the artifacts.[40] At some point, he learned of the mage AB-CIR and that he had actually been a sorceress.[41] He later wrote about Pale Noël and that he was the first HER.[42]

He then wrote a book on the vessels and their connections to past events. Soon after he published his findings, he was discredited by contemporary scholars as being too influenced by his wife's fairy tales. He died in EC 405.[43] About a century after his death, Will's historical accounts were still regarded as fictitious and he became notorious as their author.[44]

Yocaski AusdinEdit

Yocaski Ausdin was a knight in the service of the d'Autriche dukes of the Beelzenian Empire, residing in the Lucifenia region. Around EC 325, he was assigned as the captain of the coast guard forces and acted as the entourage for Duke d'Autriche. While at the coast, he stared down at the enemy, the Lioness country. Yocaski spoke plainly and without much concern for those he spoke to, even nobility, earning him disfavor with Duke Oruhari.[45] He is an ancestor to General George Ausdin and his family.

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