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This is a list of minor characters that have appeared or are mentioned in passing in Judgment of Corruption, including its song or other related media.

Bindi FreezisEdit

Bindi Freezis was the second son of the Freezis family and the Minister of Finance in the USE. After the death of his younger brother Loki, he collaborated with the Zeus group to sink the S.S. Titanis. After his crime was discovered by PN, he bribed the presiding judge Gallerian Marlon during the trial and was declared innocent. Bindi then asked Gallerian to make sure that all the members of Zeus were killed so that no evidence would be left behind. He later requested the judge to declare his friend, Jason Jack, innocent, and Gallerian agreed to the task.[1]

In EC 983, Bindi kept the World Police from going after Gallerian after the Tasan Party called for his indictment. After the outbreak of the Leviantan Civil War, he visited Gallerian in his office and, asking for the services of Postman, was transported out of Alicegrad. Taken to a snowy field and witnessing it change from day to night, he was confronted by Gusuma Yarera inside Lunaca Labora. Bindi then heard Gusuma explain that Gallerian never really forgave for the Titanis Sinking Incident and was just using him. Bindi was then torn apart by Jorm Zusco.[2]

BogaertsEdit

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Bogaerts was the financial manager of the celebrity, Scherzer. As Scherzer continued abducting women to satisfy his lusts, Bogaerts learned that his niece had also been captured for Scherzer's personal fancies. Disgusted by his sadism, he set up a meeting with Chief Justice Gallerian Marlon at a bar and revealed the details of Scherzer's crimes. Knowing of the judge's corruption, he arranged for the entirety of the celebrity's fortune to be given to Gallerian if the judge finally convicted him. Gallerian agreed and, after Scherzer was tried and was sentenced to death, Bogaerts gave him his desired wealth.[3]

Eater SabellaEdit

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Eater Sabella was a subordinate of the Demon of Gluttony and a former forest spirit of Held. In BT 528, the god Held created Eater and the other forest spirits in Held's Forest from the spirits of the god kin who died in the creation of Third Period.[4] At some point, he befriended his fellow spirit Lich.

After Lich was banished from the forest due to putting a human's soul inside a mud doll sometime during the EC 470s, Eater followed him out. At some point, he became the subordinate of the new Demon of Gluttony Banica Conchita, remaining dormant inside her wine glass vessel. Later on, Eater was reanimated as a death god by his master and set up the Graveyard restaurant in Levianta along with Lich. Serving as the restaurant's chef, Eater kept the wine glass as well as one of the Four Mirrors of Lucifenia in his possession; at some point, he met Waiter, the restaurant's server.

Later on, Eater witnessed a customer have the restaurant seized by PN, fleeing the scene. Learning that the customer was actually USE Dark Star Bureau Director Gallerian Marlon, Eater broke into the judge's home while wielding a kitchen knife. Demanding Gallerian return his master, the former spirit was met with his confusion and became angered, raising his knife. Shot in the stomach by Bruno Zero, Eater became further enraged and lifted him up by the neck.

Suddenly called by Lich to stop, Eater put Bruno down, listening as Lich requested Gallerian return the wine glass. Handed the glass by Lich, Eater then witnessed his friend get sucked inside before being expelled out of the vessel. After Lich explained that they would serve Gallerian from then on, Eater obeyed as well, becoming part of PN.

Later on, his commander Feng Li spoke with him; as the man commented on his appearance, Eater replied with monosyllabic answers. Told by Feng that he wouldn't judge, Eater was welcomed to the force.[5] After the outbreak of the Leviantan Civil War in EC 983, Eater fled Gallerian's mansion during the conflict.[6]

Feng LiEdit

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Feng Li, codenamed No. 3, was the commander of the officers in PN. Born in Mukoku with the appearance of a tiger, he eventually immigrated to the USE and was hired as a pet by the Freezis family, reluctantly accepting the job for food. Later on, Feng left the Freezises and joined PN, designated as No. 3.

In EC 960, Feng witnessed Shiro take Gallerian Marlon to Lunaca Labora and tended to the young judge's injuries with the help of his colleagues. When the young man awoke, Feng witnessed his shock at his appearance, explaining soon after that he was a human with the body of a tiger.

The following year, Feng visited Jorm Zusco in prison along with Gusuma Yarera and Ma to assess if he was fit for release. Offered a job in the Yarera-Zusco Conglomerate's defense department by Gusuma, Feng considered it. After seeing Jorm's violent behavior, the man asked Ma if his behavior was related to the strange phenomena occurring around the world; hearing the playwright's explanation, Feng left with them.[7] Around EC 978, Feng was hired as Gusuma's bodyguard and eventually became the commander of the officers in the Police Neutrality, treated with respect.[8]

Later that year, Feng met with Bruno regarding the reactivation Père Noël to investigate the Titanis Sinking Incident. Saying he felt that he owed Gallerian, the man agreed. Over the next two months, Feng's learned that the Zeus gang in Aceid had a demon beast user living in the Millennium Tree Forest who used an ziz tiama to destroy the ship. Feng later told Gusuma what he had learned, asked to turn the culprit over to the Yareras. After Père Noël reconvened at a bar in Yatski, Feng reported his findings to Bruno.[9]

Later on, Feng met with one of the new recruits of Police Neutrality, Eater Sabella. Met with the man's short replies, Feng remarked upon his appearance before stating that he wouldn't judge.[10] After learning of Shiro's death in the war in EC 983, Feng went with Hale Jaakko and Bruno Zero to Gallerian's office and explained to the judge that he planned on resigning. Threatened with a gun, Feng implored Gallerian not to shoot him and explained he didn't intend to become his enemy.[11]

Gandalf MarlonEdit

Gandalf Marlon was a judge of the Union State of Evillious and the father of Gallerian. Born during the EC 900s, he eventually became a judge for the Dark Star Bureau, at some point befriending Hanma Balledold. He later met Elluka "Ma" Clockworker, entering a relationship with her. In EC 944, Gandalf sired a son with Elluka, naming him Gallerian and employing Polina Marchef to be his wet nurse.

Later that year, he met with Elluka after her trial, running up to her before being stopped by three guards. Hearing Hanma ask the guards to release Elluka given Gandalf's relationship and right to talk to her, Gandalf accused Hanma of betraying him and taking bribes to convict Elluka of a false charge. Mocked by Hanma for thinking he could get off using his connections to the Levin Church and the Freezis Conglomerate, Gandalf heard the judge state that money was the best lawyer in hell.

Becoming enraged, Gandalf listened as Hanma stated that he wanted him by his side during their law career and that he hid his relationship with Elluka to save him. Gandalf then rebuked the man, stating that he would quit the bureau. Seeing Polina approach with Gallerian, Gandalf talked to Elluka before turning to Hanma, declaring that he would still pursue justice with like-minded people and change the courthouse for the better. He then continued, saying that he would see Hanma and people like him in hell. In response, Hanma left, laughing.

Turning to Elluka, Gandalf stated that it was unfair, to which Elluka replied that they couldn't do anything. Hearing her confess that she did use magic, Gandalf was thanked by Elluka and the two kissed. He then listened as Elluka expressed her wish that Gallerian would grow up to be a good man like him, admitting that he was weak. Crying, Gandalf then watched as Elluka was taken away.[12]

Quitting the Dark Star Bureau, Gandalf later moved back to Marlon.[13] While raising Gallerian, Gandalf told him of his love for Elluka as well as the injustice she died from. In EC 963, he attended Gallerian's wedding with Mira.[14] He is represented by the Vocaloid KAITO.

Heaven JaakkoEdit

Heaven Jaakko was a scholar of the USE. Born into the Jaakko Family, he eventually became a scholar, writing that witches existed in history;[15] at some point, he sired a daughter, naming her Hale. Later on, the man began searching for the Lunaca Labora in Levianta, devoting his entire life to the task.[16] At some point, the Freezis family used Heaven's research to start the witch trials in the Dark Star Bureau.[17] He later died in EC 957.[18]

Heleus GoneEdit

Heleus Gone was the nephew of the millionaire Perse. Born during the EC 900s, he later murdered Asmodean's imperial prince during the royal's trip to Aceid in Elphegort. Tried for the murder under judge Gallerian Marlon, Heleus heard the prosecutor seek to have him executed before being given a reduced sentence by Gallerian, listening as the judge cited his youth and sufficient reflection as reasons.[19]

HöðrEdit

Höðr was an employee of the Dark Star Bureau. Born during the EC 900s, the man eventually became employed at the Dark Star Bureau. In EC 958, he and the other officials met in the courthouse's conference room to discuss those who passed the entrance exam. Listening to the others discuss Gallerian Marlon's entrance into the bureau, the man heard Hanma cite that Gallerian was the great-grandson of Penry Marlon, the bureau's founder.

Höðr then rebutted that Gallerian was also the son of a witch, met with Hanma's surprise. Asked about what he knew, the man revealed he knew that Gallerian was the son of Elluka Clockworker. Hanma then argued that being related to Elluka should not affect Gallerian, and that it would only matter if he learned magic from his mother. Grumbling in response, Höðr was called out by Hanma and began stuttering. He then heard Hanma decide that all the applicants were being accepted.[20]

Jason JackEdit

Jason Jack was a professor at Levin University. At some point, he befriended his student Bindi Freezis. In EC 978, he availed of the services of the prostitute Medea Col before stabbing her to death with a Jakokuese sword. He was then arrested by the World Police, but later set free after another person was framed for his murder.[21] During the initial outbreak of the Leviantan Civil War, Jason was killed by the rioters, becoming the first casualty of the conflict.[22]

Jorm ZuscoEdit

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Jorm Zusco was a serial killer and a HER. Born the son of the president of the Yarera-Zusco Firm, Jorm grew up a member of the Zusco family. The child was later caught in a blimp accident, surviving the ordeal while the rest of his family was killed. He was later taken in by his real mother. At some point, Jorm murdered several young women and was tried for his crimes, put on death row.

In EC 961, he heard a knock from outside his cell and became enraged, screaming and tearing apart his doll. Noticing a woman at the window, Jorm became excited, running to the door and pounding at it. Demanding she give him her body, Jorm wounded the woman.[23] Years later in EC 978, Jorm escaped from his cell and killed 20 members of the Zeus organization inside the prison before disappearing from the public eye. He was later sent to Lunaca Labora by Ma and was put on brainwashing medication.[24]

Afterwards, Jorm began serving Gallerian, used to assassinate the judge's enemies.[25] In EC 983, Jorm was loaned out to his half-brother Gusuma. Hiding in the shadows inside Lunaca Labora, the man witnessed a man enter and converse with Gusuma. He later called out to his "big brother", stating he was itching to do something since he was almost off his medicine. Grabbing the man, Jorm tore him apart.[26]

KacherinaEdit

Kacherina was a maid of Gallerian Marlon. When knocking, she would be much stronger and less clear than the other servants, a trait Gallerian noted when she would knock before disturbing him.[27]

Lana RayEdit

Lana Ray was a member of the Held sect. In EC 958, she was put on trial for allegedly obtaining an ancient magic charm while communing with the spirits in Held's Forest.[28]

LarisaEdit

Larisa was a maid of Gallerian Marlon. When knocking, she would distinctly knock three times, a trait Gallerian noted when she would knock before disturbing him.[29]

MarsEdit

Mars was a colonel of the USE military. Born during the EC 900s, he eventually entered the military and achieved the rank of colonel. After the outbreak of the Evillious War, Mars joined the USE forces headed to Asmodean in February of EC 983. Riding with General Tony Ausdin in an armored vehicle through a snow field in Samadin, Mars asked what was the matter before listening to General Shiro Netsuma explain that they would need to stop for an hour due to the deep snow. As Tony decided they were resting at the nearby Zenosai village, Mars noted Shiro's reaction, told by the Netsuma that she was originally from there.[30]

Mata CorpaEdit

Mata Corpa was a resident of the Union State of Evillious. At some point, he came into possession of the Marlon Spoon, keeping it in his mansion. On April 4, EC 944, he was killed by Elluka "Ma" Clockworker in his home. Following his death, Elluka was tried for her various crimes, including his murder.[31]

Medea ColEdit

Medea Col was a prostitute in the USE. In EC 978, she serviced her client Jason Jack before the man stabbed her to death with a katana. Following her death, Jason was arrested the World Police, although another man, Nyoze Octo, was eventually framed and convicted for her murder.[32]

Midas TouchEdit

Midas Touch was a millionaire living in Aceid, Elphegort. Originally sponsoring the Freezis Conglomerate, he abandoned them once he discovered their decline. In EC 978, he boarded the S.S. Titanis, bringing his wealth with him; he was later killed after ziz tiama sank the ship on its return trip. At some point, the Zeus group began searching for his riches.[33]

MidoEdit

Mido was a villager of Zenosai and a friend of Shiro. Born in the EC 900s, she eventually befriended Owa and Shiro, living with her fellow Netsumas in Zenosai village. She later married and started a family, becoming busy. In EC 983, Mido witnessed USE army forces stop by the village, recognizing Shiro and approaching her with Owa at the riverside. Asked how she was doing, Mido explained that she was busy with her family, asking Shiro in turn if she was married and laughing at her usual response. After a villager detonated a stick of dynamite, Mido disappeared from the scene.[34]

Mira MarlonEdit

Mira Marlon was the wife of Gallerian Marlon.[35] Born in the EC 900s, Mira later met and married the young Gallerian and bore him a daughter, Michelle. In EC 978, she went on a trip with her daughter on the Titanis. While sailing back from the trip, a freak giant octopus attacked the ship and Mira was killed during the apparent accident.[36] Following her death, her grieving husband decided to collect the vessels of sin, believing a doll to be their surviving daughter from the accident.[37]

OwaEdit

Owa was a villager of Zenosai and a friend of Shiro. Born in the EC 900s, she eventually befriended Mido and Shiro, living with her fellow Netsumas in Zenosai village. She later married and started a family, becoming busy. In EC 983, Owa witnessed USE army forces stop by the village, recognizing Shiro and approaching her with Mido at the riverside. Asked how she was doing, Owa explained that she was busy with her family, asking Shiro in turn if she was married and laughing at her usual response. After a villager detonated a stick of dynamite, Owa disappeared from the scene.[38]

Penry MarlonEdit

Penry Marlon was the founder of the USE Dark Star Bureau and the son of Perrié Cutie Marlon. Born sometime during the EC 800s, he later expressed to his mother that he wanted to start an international court.[39] He eventually founded the Dark Star Courthouse in Levianta.[40]

PerseEdit

Perse was a millionaire and the uncle of Heleus Gone. Born sometime during the 10th century EC, Perse eventually became a millionaire.[41]

Polina MarchefEdit

Polina Marchef was a servant of the Marlon family. Born during the EC 900s, she was later employed by the Marlons. Becoming familiar with her employer Gandalf and his lover Elluka, Polina began serving as a wet nurse to Gandalf's infant son Gallerian. In EC 944, Polina posed for a picture with Gandalf, Elluka and Gallerian. Polina later accompanied Gandalf to Elluka's trial, holding Gallerian and witnessing Gandalf say goodbye to Elluka.[42]

At some point, she married and moved into a mansion along Nelsky street, placing her picture with the Marlons in the living room. Gallerian later began boarding at her residence.[43] In EC 960, she was called for by Gallerian and shown a picture of Kayo Sudou, shocked by the woman's resemblance to Elluka. Asked to bring a picture of Elluka, Polina retrieved her picture with the Marlons from the mansion's living room, hearing Gallerian note that Elluka and Kayo were identical.

After confirming that Elluka was indeed dead, the woman noted that neither she nor Gandalf actually saw Elluka get executed. Hearing Gallerian speculate that Kayo was actually Elluka, Polina countered that she should look older since sixteen years had passed. She then suggested that Kayo changed her appearance to match Elluka's due to being her follower before dismissing the notion. Interrupted and told not to tell anyone she saw the picture, the woman agreed and told the young man to rest.[44]

PostmanEdit

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Postman, also known as No. 4, was a member of PN and a subordinate of Ma. At some point, they encountered Ma and became subservient to her. Later on, Postman was brought into Bruno's faction working to undermine Loki Freezis by Ma, being designated as "No. 4".[45] After Gallerian Marlon was rescued and brought into Lunaca Labora, Postman entered and was asked by Hale to fetch Ma, complying with the request.[46]

In EC 961, Postman delivered a pistol to the imprisoned Loki Freezis, having him sign for it before leaving.[47] Later on in EC 978, Postman delivered a letter from Ma to Gallerian's residence. They later accompanied Ma as she waited for Gallerian and the others at the Misty Mountains, letting her know that they would walk back to town on their own. After the others arranged Ma's return, Postman left.[48]

Later that year, Postman joined the other members of PN during their investigation into the Titanis Sinking Incident. Arriving at a cabin inside the Millennium Tree Forest, Postman noticed the Clockworker's Doll and picked it up, hearing the others note its resemblance to Michelle and that Michelle may have been the Demon Beast User's target. Told to deliver the doll to Hale, Postman instead delivered it to Ma at the garrison, thanked by the mage.[49] Later on, Postman oversaw Jorm Zusco's stay at Lunaca Labora, carrying out Ma's instructions to have him brainwashed via medication.[50]

In EC 983, Postman was tasked by Gusuma Yarera to deliver Bindi Freezis to Lunaca Labora. They were later called by Gallerian and asked to go to his office, arriving there after four hours. Postman then transported Bindi out of Alicegrad using a red postman's car; during the journey, Bindi attempted to make conversation before remembering that Postman couldn't speak.

After the two of them arrived at the field above Lunaca Labora, Postman had Bindi exit the car and touch a metal plank. Entering the laboratory, Postman witnessed Gusuma's forces reveal themselves, pressed for answers by Bindi. Ignoring him, Postman was then given documents by Gusuma before exiting Lunaca Labora.[51]

RennertEdit

Rennert was a butler of Gallerian Marlon. In EC 978, Rennert informed Gallerian that Ma had come to visit him. Later that night, he learned that Gallerian's wife and daughter were in an accident and swiftly entered the judge's study without permission. Shaking his sleeping master awake, Rennert informed him of the grim news. Rennert had a moustache and, when knocking, he would knock twice, a trait Gallerian noted when he would knock before disturbing him.[52]

Unknown Deputy HeadEdit

The deputy head of the Dark Star Bureau. Born sometime during the EC 900s, the man was eventually employed at the Dark Star Bureau and achieved the rank of deputy head. Working as Hanma's second-in-command, the man later presided over trial number YTK468. During the trial, he was saved from making a major blunder by his aide Gallerian, favoring the young man as a result.[53] After Hanma's disappearance, the deputy replaced him as head judge.[54]

Waiter (Graveyard)Edit

Waiter was the waitron of the Graveyard restaurant. At some point, the young woman was was hired to work at the restaurant and became acquainted with the restaurant's chef, Eater Sabella.[55] Later on, the woman learned about the true story of Banica Conchita, deciding to tell the tale to the customers while they ate their meals. In EC 982, Waiter welcomed a new customer, explaining that restaurant had a pre-set menu for its guests. She then inquired whether the customer wanted red or white wine. Told red, the waiter decided on Blood Grave and described its connection to Vampiress Vanika and her inspiration, Banica.

Once Waiter explained the "Old Blood Grave" was said to be made from human blood, she questioned if the guest was interested in Blood Grave or Banica. Noticing the appetizer was ready, the waitron offered to tell the story while they ate. When the customer said they came there for that purpose, Waiter expressed gratitude and told the guest to enjoy the meal. She then told Banica's story between serving the customer each meal.[56]

After finishing the tale, the waitron described the aftermath of the events until the start of Beelzenia's decline. Saying the story ended with the dessert, Waiter asked if the customer enjoyed the meal and elaborated that they would only accept hard cash as payment. Shortly after, the customer approached her and asked for the Graveyard's business license. Surprised, the waitron asked why they needed to see their papers and the customer revealed his identity as Judge Gallerian Marlon of the USE Dark Star Bureau.

Shocked, the woman exclaimed they weren't doing anything illegal when more officers came in and began to arrest the waiter. Telling them to stop and not to tear apart the establishment, Waiter iterated they didn't know about a glass or mirror there. Asked about the owner, the waitron iterated it wasn't them and noticed Eater was missing. Realizing the owner had abandoned them, Waiter cursed at the chef and reiterated she didn't know anything, being only a simple waitron.[57]

Later on, the woman was tried by Gallerian for the restaurant's lack of business permit, tax evasion and serving of dubious dishes. Sulking at the defendant's stand, Waiter insisted she wasn't related to the management. Asked by Gallerian if she had any last words, the woman yelled at him to pay his bill. Ignored, she then heard the judge adjourn the court and was sentenced to six months of penal servitude.[58]

Yarera (president)Edit

The president of the Yarera-Zusco Conglomerate and the head of the Yarera Family. Born sometime during the 10th century EC, the woman eventually sired a son with a member of the Zusco family, naming him Jorm. After Jorm's entire family died in a blimp accident, the woman took him in. Later on, she married into the Yarera family, siring two children, Gusuma and Mira. At some point, she became president of the company. After Jorm was released from execution in EC 961, she consented to Gusuma bribing Hanma in order to rule against Loki.[59] Later on, she was succeeded by Gusuma as the company head.[60]

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