A Certain Magical Index/Characters/Other
This page is for rest of the cast who cannot be classified as being in the Magic side, Science side, or human.
Voiced by: Emi Shinohara
Mikoto's mother, who first appears in Volume 9. Currently studying at a university. Mikoto often comments her mother acts more like a child than she herself is.
- Adult Child: Her immaturity is a constant source of exasperation for her more-mature fourteen year old daughter.
- Amazingly Embarrassing Parents / Doting Parent / Shipper on Deck: She's overly happy about Mikoto "seeing" Touma (whom she calls "the boy you care about so much"), much to Mikoto's embarrassment.
- Can't Hold Her Liquor
- Hammerspace / Bag of Holding: How the hell does the ingredients for cheese fondue fit in her bag in Season 2 Episode 11?
- Beautiful Lech
- Hot Mom / Uncanny Family Resemblance: Of Mikoto; Also source of confusion for Touma and his dad, both of whom mistook her for Mikoto's older sister.
- Hey, It's That Voice!: Sailor Jupiter is now a mom of another electrokinetic!
- Older Than She Looks: Though it doesn't come quite naturally. She's envious of Shina, who manages to look youthful without any apparent effort.
Mikoto's father, who first appears in Volume SS2. His self-created job description is "Finding the flaws in this world and correcting them". He seems to be interested in gemstone espers.
Tabikake: "It's true that there may not be anything in this world that can take you [Aleister] out in one blow. However, my job is to point out what this world lacks. If the world is lacking such a thing, then the ball's in my court. That is why I gave you that warning. So keep that in mind."
- Mysterious Watcher: He has contacts all over the world and is strangely interested in gemstone espers.
- Nice Guy
- Papa Wolf: He has the guts to threaten the most powerful man on the planet if he ever tries to use his family.
- Walking the Earth
Voiced by: Kenji Nomura
Touma's father, he is a traveling businessman who has a habit of collecting dozens upon hundreds of good-luck charms in an attempt to alleviate Touma's own bad luck. The good luck charms end up biting everyone in the ass as he unwittingly activates "Angel Fall" due to uniquely arranging them.
- Badass Bystander: In SS2, he saves the Gemstone Girl from the thugs chasing her.
- Chick Magnet: Now we know where Touma got it from. Unlike Touma, he's prone to flirting back, even if his wife is standing right next to him.
- Give Him a Normal Life: Inverted. Due to Touma's misfortune, the people around him treated him like a plague, and he was even abducted and brutally beaten. Touya, completely terrified at the prospect of Touma actually being killed by these overly superstitious people, sent Touma to Academy City, where "superstition doesn't exist", immediately after he graduated from kindergarten.
- Hot Dad
- Male Gaze: Ogles any attractive girl he meets, much to his wife's chagrin.
- Mike Nelson, Destroyer of Worlds: Cast Angel Fall by accident.
- Red Herring: In the Angel Fall incident.
- Unwanted Harem: Similar to Touma, he seems to attract nearly any girl he meets, which enrages his wife and his jealous coworkers.
Voiced by: Kikuko Inoue
Touma's mom and Touya's wife. She is a famous paraglider.
- Clingy Jealous Girl: Really hates it when her husband attracts other girls.
(In a disturbingly sweet and gentle voice) "Touya-san, you're doing it again!!"
- Hot Mom
- Older Than She Looks: Misuzu is annoyed because while they both look younger than their actual ages, Misuzu has to work at it and it therefore doesn't work as well.
- Yamato Nadeshiko: As long as she's not mad.
An Iga Ninja who seems obsessed with bringing Hanzou Hattori back into the ways of the Ninja in order to create a ninja troop.
- Combat Pragmatist: Uses handguns and automatic weapons, believing that ninjas should keep up with the times.
- Fashionable Asymmetry: Her left arm is sleeveless up to the shoulder, and she has a metal shackle on her left leg.
- Ms. Fanservice: Which she uses to distract Shiage.
- Unwitting Pawn: Hanzou speculates this about her, since she has a list of Gemstones in her possession, someone might be trying to manipulate her from the shadows.
The sister of Leivinia Birdway, who's completely Locked Out of the Loop with regards to magic. Despite her young age, she is a world-renowned scientist. She first has a major appearance in New Testament Volume 14.
- Bodyguard Crush: Implied with Stiyl because of Rescue Romance.
- Body Horror: In NT Volume 14, she's possessed by Sample Shoggoth. It replaces her body fat, making it difficult to remove without killing her, and frequently writhes around visibly under her skin. It's removed by the end of the volume.
- Different As Night and Day: Her and her sister look identical, but their personalities are completely opposite of each other.
- Genius Ditz: She's very intelligent, to the point she's skipped grades and has been invited as a guest researcher on several fields, but she just doesn't get magic.
- Somewhat justified considering that most of what she hears about magic comes in the form of the magic equivalent of Techno Babble completely lacking in context.
- Locked Out of the Loop: Everyone, especially her own sister, goes out of the way to ensure that she doesn't know about magic. This becomes a problem in NT Volume 14, where Leivinia needs to use magic to remove Sample Shoggoth from Patricia, but is unable to explain the situation.
- Morality Pet: Her sister doesn't treat others like humans the majority of the time, but messing with Patricia is one way to get your whole organization destroyed, treaty between Science and Magic or not. Not to mention whatever she did to Richard Brave.
President of the United States of America. Introduced in New Testament Volume 3.
- Badass Normal: He's a decent shot with a rifle, and can talk would-be assassins out of killing him.
- Big Damn Heroes: He saves Accelerator of all people from GREMLIN agents.
- Expy: Fans can't help but compare his appearance with Rider from Fate/Zero. The fact that they both have a bolsterous personality reinforces the point.
- In-Series Nickname: Mr. Scandal.
- National Stereotypes: Boasts about America being the land of guns.
Roberto Katze: Don’t even hold a gun if you can’t hit. Are you trying to get yourself killed!? This is the world’s largest gun country!!
- Nerves of Steel: Even holding a gun to his head doesn't make him flinch.
- Our Presidents Are Different: More specifically...
- President Action: When he determined that some organization was subverting Americans, including members of the White House and various defense agencies, he took it upon himself to personally investigate, ditching his bodyguards.
- President Minority: In the Raildex-verse, he's the third President of Latino descent elected to the office.
- President Playboy: Shades of this. And yet he makes Bill Clinton look tame, considering he's currently engaged to be married, but yet is still a flirt and openly talks of his sexual prowess.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: In NT Volume 10. He has his soldiers capture Touma and Othinus, keeping the latter unconscious to prevent her using magic. However, he's willing to negotiate with Touma. Eventually, he agrees to let them go, provided that Othinus gives up her power, surrenders, and provides information on the remnants of GREMLIN. Notable in that he's the only one of the world leaders taking part in the manhunt that offers them mercy.
- Recognition Failure: He's almost never recognized at first glance, to the point of having a complex about it. When Lindy Blueshake does recognize him immediately, he's overcome with joy.
- Running Gag: People not recognizing him as the US President, to his annoyance.
A mysterious entity whose identity is unknown, except for the fact that it is the former mentor of Aleister Crowley and the one who provided him the knowledge to write the Book of Law. It is currently the most powerful entity introduced in the series.
- Above Good and Evil
- Always a Bigger Fish: Inverted. As far as we know, Aiwass is the biggest fish.
- Ambiguous Gender: Described as being more feminine than masculine in appearance, generally referred to with male pronouns. Most likely cannot be considered as actually having a gender.
- Bigger Bad: Probably not truly bad, but definitely morally ambiguous. It's currently in a position of non-interference though, unless something interests it.
- Blue and Orange Morality: As a being from the Aeon of Horus, its morality is radically different from those of the Aeon of Osiris. It appears to understand human morality but is fundamentally uninterested by its very nature. Instead, its actions are guided entirely by what it finds interesting.
- Bunny Ears Lawyer: A little bit. After beating down Accelerator in Volume 19, how does the nigh omnipotent angelic being choose to contact and converse with Aleister...? With a cell phone of course.
- Chekhov's Gunman: "DRAGON" was first mentioned at the end of Volume 15. It becomes the driving force of Volume 19.
- Death Seeker / Thanatos Gambit: He wants Accelerator to kill him in order to force Aleister to recalculate his plans. However, Accelerator fails to do so since Aleister made Aiwass's defenses too powerful.
- Enigmatic Empowering Entity: To Aleister.
- Guardian Entity: Possibly one for Aleister.
- Hair of Gold
- Holy Halo: As seen in the picture.
- Humanoid Abomination: It's been implied. At the very least, Aiwass gives off the feel and description of one.
- I Cannot Self-Terminate: Not that it expressed interest in doing so, but Aleister put an automatic self defense system on it so that it can't even try.
- Intrigued by Humanity: A reason Aiwass claims for doing the things it does. At one point, Hyouka warns that if Aiwass continues to screw with humanity, they will eventually rise up and destroy it. Aiwass responds that if humanity has the potential to be capable of that, then humanity is truly interesting.
- It Amused Me: The reason for everything it does.
- Nigh Invulnerable: At least, to beings from the Aeon of Osiris.
- One-Winged Angel: After defeating Accelerator, Aiwass comments that Aleister programmed a "transformation" option into its physical form -- no doubt it will be this.
- Our Angels Are Different: Although how different is a matter of debate. No one is even sure if it's an angel in the first place.
- Physical God: The most powerful character yet introduced.
- Power Gives You Wings
- Public Domain Character: Aiwass is the name of the voice that the real-life Aleister Crowley claimed to have dictated the Book of the Law to him.
- Rapunzel Hair: Again, see the picture.
- Starfish Aliens: A possibility. Aiwass mentions that even if it vanishes, it'll be back in another 10, 000 or 100, 000 years, since it's not of this world in the first place.
- Starfish Language: Aiwass is momentarily confused by the language of humanity not being able to express several concepts it is trying to convey. This is generally translated as a bunch of gibberish surrounding a word that is close to what it means but not quite right.
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Without malice, Aiwass points out that the three main irregularities in Aleister's plans are all more heroic and determined. Touma is a hero by doing what comes naturally to him, Accelerator is The Atoner and Shiage achieves the status of a hero by protecting someone important to him. Aleister, on the other hand, merely fell into darkness. Aleister is clearly rattled by this declaration.
- Things Man Was Not Meant to Know: One of the members of Academy City's Board of Directors stated he wished he never knew of Aiwass in the first place.
- The Worf Effect: Instantly defeats Accelerator in its first appearance, then Touma and the Invisible Thing during NT Volume 18.
- You Cannot Grasp the True Form: Accelerator can't quite grasp what Aiwass even is and that its wings look bizarre and unworldly, but not in a way he can even explain.
A Christian Archangel and one of the most powerful beings (note not "characters") in the series, Gabriel rules over the attribute of water, as well as the moon. It first appears in the Angel Fall arc, as the eponymous angel disguised as Sasha Croitsef. During the World War III arc, it appears again in a more complete form when Fiamma summons it to restore the balance that was altered by the Star of Bethlehem, as well as act as some muscle.
- Above Good and Evil
- Ambiguous Gender: The narration refers to it as female, due to its body being modeled after Sasha Croitsef.
- Chekhov's Gunman: Its first appearance is in the Angel Fall arc.
- Curb Stomp Battle: The entire might of both France and England couldn't do shit to him... er, her... whatever.
- Guardian Entity: For Fiamma.
- Holy Halo
- Manipulative... Something or Other...: Mostly shown during the Angel Fall arc.
- Nigh Invulnerable
- Our Angels Are Different
- Physical God
- Starfish Language: Apparently sounds like complete gibberish/static and contains concepts that cannot be translated. Hyouka can basically understand it, though. Gabriel seems to be under the impression that she's an actual angel and tries to get her to help!
- There Is No Kill Like Overkill: Upon seeing it on the battlefield, Elizalina wonders why on Earth Fiamma would summon something with such massive power for any threat humans could possibly face. Note: Archangels are perfectly capable of destroying the Earth not only without trying, but as side effects to goals they feel are more important. This puts Gabriel's very summoning in this category.