A Certain Magical Index/Characters/Academy City Residents

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This page is for other residents of Academy City that don't fit into any of the other categories that have their own pages.

Hyouga Kazakiri

(Some people spell her given mane "Hyouka" - these people also spell bimbogami "bimbokami", which is not the romanization system used on All The Tropes.)

The Key to the Imaginary Number District


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Voiced by: Kana Asumi


Index's first "friend" in Academy City. She is gentle, quiet and shy. She has a tendency to cry easily. Not much is known about her aside from the fact that she was an overachiever at Kirigaoka Girls' Academy, according to Aisa. Her ability is "Counter Stop", although its function is unknown. She is actually an aggregation of AIM from espers. A special code from the Radio Noise network allows her to manifest as the Artificial Angel, FUZE=Kazakiri.

Maika Tsuchimikado

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Voiced by: Misato Fukuen


Motoharu's younger step-sister, Maika is a maid-in-training and Touma's next door neighbor.


Maika: "The air conditioner's damaged today, so I'll be coming over. Also, I think my Aniki will be making noise tonight, so please pardon us."

  • Everything's Better with Spinning: Often rides a cleaning bot that spins.
  • Find the Cure: In NT Volume 18, she's hit by a curse by Aleister to prevent her and her brother escaping from Academy City. The curse doesn't do any direct damage, but causes monsters to appear around her endlessly. This forces the group to enter the Windowless Building to find some way of removing the curse.
  • The Gadfly
  • Kawaiiko
  • Last-Name Basis: To show how carefree and uncaring towards authority Maika is, she is characterized as habitually referring to people by their family names without adding the polite "-sama" suffix that a maid is required by professional conduct to do.
  • Meido: Without any of the professionalism that comes with the job, though.
  • Ninja Maid: As revealed in NT Volume 18. She's remarkably unfazed by the prospect of fleeing Academy City or of invading the Windowless Building. She also carries around a number of tools and is frightfully imaginative at using them.
  • Morality Pet: To her brother, Motoharu.
  • Not Blood Siblings: She isn't actually related to Motoharu. When the latter infiltrated Academy City, he was instructed to bring along someone else as an apparent family member, to appear less suspicious.
  • Odd Friendship: Gets along quite well with Himegami.
  • Servile Snarker: Unlike a normal maid, not only does Maika shows absolutely no subservience towards the people she serves, but openly teases them about subjects that might cause discomfort. Nevertheless, she is friendly enough about it to not cause any lasting offence.
  • Strange Girl
  • Trickster Archetype

Erii Haruue

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Voiced by: Kana Hanazawa


A Child Error featured in the final arc of Railgun. She is a Level 2 Esper and a telepath. She gets transferred to Sakugawa Middle School and becomes Uiharu's roommate.

Banri Edasaki

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Voiced by: Satomi Sato


A Child Error and childhood friend of Erii. She is a telepath, similar to Erii, but her level is unknown. She eventually ends up in the care of Kiyama Harumi as a student. However, this was just a cover for the Power Overload experiments by Gensei Kihara, which left her in comatose. Heaven Canceler helps keep her and the other Child Error subjects alive.

Fremea Seivelun

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The younger sister of Frenda of ITEM, and friend of Ritoku Komaba, the leader of Skill-Out, Fremea is introduced in New Testament, where she comes under attack by the Dark Side of Academy City in a plot to force Accelerator and Hamazura to work together.

  • A-Cup Angst: Invokes this to completely own Leivinia Birdway, the leader of a magic cabal who is two years older.

Fremea: And I wear a bra, so I’m essentially the winner.
Leivinia: What are you trying to do!? Are you trying to pick a fight with me, you damn brat!?!?!?

  • Berserk Button: Insulting Hamazura Shiage. This is what made Fremea get into a fight with Levinia Birdway.
    • She even talks back to Shiage's girlfriend, defending him on what a great person he is, and refuses to hear anything bad about him.
  • Damsel in Distress: Plays this role in NT Volumes 1, 5, 6 and 7. However, in 6 she and Last Order actually play a critical role in causing part of Teitoku to have a Heel Face Turn and usurping control of Dark Matter. In 7, it's revealed that this role was deliberately forced on her by Hisako, as part of the Agitate Halation project. However, at the end Fremea actively defies this and is the one who actually defeats Hisako.
  • Dead Little Sister: Inverted. Her older sister is the one who's dead.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Sort of. In the novel she was introduced during New Testament, but a picture of her was shown during SS1. However, the picture of her was not properly described, nor was there an illustration given. In the anime however, her visage is clearly shown on Komaba's phone.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: Is this to both Hamazura and Accelerator's respective harems, who immediately show vicious jealousy towards her.
  • Hair of Gold
  • Has Two Daddies: Hamazura Shiage and Hattori Hanzou, there's even been an official artwork picture of all three of them having dinner together.
  • Morality Pet: In a way, she's this for Shiage and Shizuri.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: Likes her gory horror flicks and zombies.
  • Unwitting Pawn: She is manipulated into meeting both Shiage and Accelerator and getting them to protect her. It later turns out that she was also this to Hisako, but Fremea completely turns the tables on her.
  • Verbal Tic: Essentially!