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These characters have two or more personalities that inhabit the same body through some form of fantastical means, such as possession. Unlike a character with a Split Personality, these consciousnesses are two entirely different 'people' sharing the same body.



Instead of a regular toothy grin, these characters have pointy, shark-like teeth.


These Animals are scientifically classified as sheep: fluffy creatures known for their soft, wooly fleece.


Shinigami, also known as death gods, are mysterious figures that interact with the dead or the soon-to-be deparated. These beings may assist souls in passing to another world by arriving to lend a helping hand at the moment a person dies, or might maliciously divert a passing soul for their own motives. Shinigami are Agents of the Afterlife.


In Feudal Japan, the Shinsengumi were members of a specialized Police force, made up of "ronin" - masterless Samurai.


These male characters are priests of the Shinto religion, known as kannushi (神主) in Japanese. They are responsible for maintaining Shinto shrines and leading worship during services. Their female counterparts are Shrine Maidens.


Shipwrights enjoy building, repairing, or outfitting ships.


Shogun is the hereditary title of the sovereign military ruler of all Japan, and liege lord of the Daimyo feudal warlords. Symbolically appointed by the Emperor, these characters exercise absolute authority over all of Japan's worldly matters.


Shrine Maidens are women who maintain and act as a caretaker for Shinto shrines. They typically wear red and white outfits.


These characters are quiet, reserved, and don't handle social interactions well. They can be easily flustered and will often run and hide from overwhelming encounters.


These characters tend to be weak, or chronically ill, and can often be seen in the hospital.


These characters are singers in a Band, as an Idol or other solo act, or in a choir.


These characters are the sole caregivers of a child. They might be the biological parent, an adopted parent, or simply a primary caretaker.


These siblings want nothing more than to ensure the well-being and happiness of their beloved sister, often to an unhealthy or even romantic degree. They're known to be over-protective and jealous of their sister's suitors.