List of Sekirei Characters - Other Characters - Video Game Characters

Video Game Characters

Kuruse (来瀬?, Sekirei #54)
Voiced by: Haruka Tomatsu
A young Sekirei who is a trident-based fighter. She has the ability to use multiple tridents by conjuring them in order to launch them as projectiles. Eventually becomes an ally of Minato and his Sekirei.
Yahan (夜半?, Sekirei #57)
Voiced by: Ayahi Takagaki
A black-haired, dark-skinned Sekirei who uses teleportation to help her fight as her unarmed combat skills are considered to be average. She uses a dagger when fighting in conjunction with her abilities. Her Ashikabi is Reiji Koya (甲屋 玲治, Koya Reiji?, Voiced by Yuichi Nakamura).
Aka-chan (赤ちゃん?)
Voiced by: Haruka Tomatsu
An abandoned baby found by Minato and his Sekirei, she is the target of the two Sekirei due to an unknown ability.

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