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Adaptational Jerkass: In the first light novel, when Emilia confronts Maou about killing Suzuno passed the level 1 (the highest possible) Kanji Aptitude Test. when Ashiya is "explaining" to Rika about he and Maou's relationship with Emi. Below is the cast of the light novel and anime The Devil Is a Part-Timer!. As a work in progress, beware spoilers. Or don't. This light novel is not exactly . The devil is a part timer Maou, Emi, and Baby. Anime Kiss, Manga Anime, Akagami No Shirayukihime, Manga Cute, Girl Standing, Akatsuki No Yona, Manga.
Hearing that Emi lost her purse, her colleague suggests cancelling the credit cards, and kindly offers to pay for their meals today. They continue talking until their shift begins. While working at her station, Emilia receives a mysterious call from a person threatening to eradicate her along with the Devil King. Believing that Alciel is the only Demon General remaining, she dismisses the stranger's threats as the words of a nobody. While leaving work later that afternoon, her conversation with Rika is interrupted by another phone call, this time from the Yoyogi Police Department.
Learning that Maou and Ashiya are both being held by the authorities due to their suspected involvement in the previous night's attack, she reluctantly heads downtown to post bail for the demons.
Joining them outside, Emi proceeds to chastise them for causing her even more trouble, but the Demon King shrugs off her complaints, claiming that it is only natural for demons to create problems for a hero such as herself. Unable to argue with the logic, she instead falls back on insulting their impoverished lifestyle, driving Ashiya into an exaggeratedly depressed state and annoying Maou.
The bickering disturbs several bystanders, and she quiets down, warning him about the threatening phone call she received at work before leaving. While watching the couple from a distance, she notes Chiho's outfit and salon-fresh hairstyle, quickly discerning that the younger girl is romantically interested in Maou.
Despite Ashiya's assurances that his master was simply helping out a co-worker, Emi follows them to a nearby cafe. She forces him into getting a table inside so that they can spy on the conversation more closely, much to the Demon General's hesitance. Realizing Chiho is beginning to confess her feelings, the Hero confronts them openly, scornfully warning the teenage girl that nothing good will come of her relationship with Maou.
Her words only anger Chiho, who jumps to the conclusion that Emi was his ex-girlfriend. The high school girl remains unaware of Maou's true identity, having only seen the kindhearted personality he developed while on Earth.
Emi and Chiho argue Maou attempts to stop the ensuing argument, but his pleas are interrupted when the underground mall they were in suddenly collapses, burying everyone underneath the rubble. Chiho wakes up to an apologetic Emi, who formally introduces herself before calmly explaining her dislike of Maou. While she does not reveal the existence of Ente Isla or the demons' true identities, the hero makes it clear that she was never on good terms with Maou.
She then uses magic to put Chiho to sleep, hoping to lessen the emotional impact of the incident. Emi subsequently orders Maou to reveal himself, expressing surprise upon seeing that he had regained some of his demonic appearance and powers. Wary that he would use them for evil, Emi prepares to summon her Sacred Sword to cut him down, but cannot bring herself to do so when the Demon King announces his intention to save the others who were injured in the cave-in.
She watches as Maou clears away the rubble with his powers, not able to believe that the Demon King that had thrown Ente Isla into chaos was helping humans. After using up his power, he reverts back to his human form. After the rescue team manages to find them, Chiho leaves with her father, who happens to be among the police officers on the scene. Emi questions Maou to learn how he regained his power, but he remains more concerned about who was behind the earthquake.
The Demon King explains that whoever attacked them before was also responsible for the cave-in, though they most likely fled when his magical powers began to return. Emilia wonders how their mutual enemy can wield such strong magic on Earth while neither of them are able, but Maou refuses to explain despite having several theories concerning the subject. Confident that the enemy will not immediately launch another attack, he and Ashiya decide to leave.
He notices Rika Suzuki calling out to Emi from a crowd of onlookers and jokingly mentions that the Hero "actually" has friends, prompting an angry response. Miki Shiba issues an ominous warning Emi shows up the next morning at "Castle Overlord" to return some money Maou had lent her when she dropped her wallet. She loses her footing on the stairs while leaving, and stays behind to get her wounds treated.
Seeing his warm and gentle nature for herself, the hero finally loses her composure, sadly questioning why someone capable of kindness had brutally terrorized Ente Isla. Left at a loss for words, Maou apologized for his past actions, claiming that he never truly understood humans until being forced to life as one.
Before Emi could respond, Ashiya returns with Chiho, who becomes distressed upon seeing Maou and Emi in various states of dishevel, and subsequently flees the apartment. The group is then approached by the landladywho openly muses over the situation, dropping a hint that Chiho may have been affected by an Idea Link at some point. Fearing for the worst, the trio follows after the high school student, only to find that she has been taken hostage by the fallen angel, Lucifer.
Emilia is shocked to see him alive after supposedly killing the archdemon during their battle in Ente Isla, but her surprise turns to horror and betrayal when the High Priest Olba emerges from nearby, revealing himself as Lucifer's accomplice.
Before they can act, Alciel is struck down by the devious duo, forcing Emi and Maou to retreat with the injured demon in tow. Emi watches as Maou falls to Lucifer The group is quickly intercepted by Olba, who greets them with gunfire while Lucifer blasts Maou through the shoulder, heavily injuring the Demon King. Emilia expresses surprise that her former companion is using a firearm, but the rogue priest shrugs off the comment, claiming that he has to conserve his magic power in order to return to Ente Isla.
Unwilling to provoke the situation further, Maou teleports them away. Emi rudely calls him a wimp while dismissing his foray into a crowded street as an attempt to find medical treatment. Before their bickering can escalate, Maou is blasted through the chest by an attack from Lucifer, seemingly killing him due to the frailness of his human body.
Emi pleads with him to stand up, but the fallen angel only mocks them while Olba gives the order to finish them off. Seeing that they no longer need a hostage, Lucifer drops Chiho's motionless form into the streets, but her life is saved by Emi, who catches the falling teenager at the cost of breaking her leg.
Lucifer then casts several destructive spells on the nearby bridge in an attempt to crush the Hero and eliminate possible witnesses, but is stopped by the return of Maou. Emilia is initially surprised by his revival, but quickly deduces that Maou had brought them to a crowded area in order to regain his powers by absorbing the panic and fear caused by Lucifer's actions.
Chiho Sasaki awakens in time to witness the Demon King's true appearance, with the other humans bystanders watching in terror. Emilia silently ponders the possibility that her nemesis will terrorize the Earth with his newly restored powers, but her suspicions are put to rest when the Demon King instead pleads with her for help, his powers pushed to their limits just from holding up the bridge. She dismisses his childish complaining and questions how he could still be alive, though he guesses it was a combination of Lucifer's condescension and the fact that his brain remained active when his heart stopped beating.
Bitter that his death had stirred up so many emotions inside of her, Emi refuses to help him, claiming that a Hero would never lend a hand to the Devil King. Sensing Chiho's confusion, Emi comforts the teenage girl before encasing her in a protective barrier, deciding that Chiho had earned the right to know the truth about them while vowing to protect her.
The Hero then calls forth her armor and Sacred Sword and joins the battle, her hair turning silver and her eyes red. She is unable to manifest her Sacred Sword's power past the first level due to her low level of Holy Magic, but shrugs off the handicap and prepares to fight. Maou jokingly marvels at her display of power, causing her to retaliate with a threat.
The Demon King erects a barrier to protect the innocent bystanders in the streets below, freezing time within the immediate area and placing the humans into a state of suspended animation. Lucifer realizes that the situation has escalated beyond his control and attacks with a series of lightning-fast magical blasts, only for the Hero to deflect them with a single wave of her sword. The energy projectiles rebound and hit Satan in the back, earning a half-hearted apology from Emilia, who then propels herself into the air.
She fearlessly engages Lucifer in the skies above Shibuya, but is unable to severely wound him due to her waning Celestial Forceher speed no match for his. Pushed back by the enemy onslaught, she is rescued by the reappearance of Alciel, whose life had been saved by a small bit of magic given to him by Maou following his supposed death. Although reluctant to go into battle as allies, the two agree to cooperate long enough to stave off the enemy.
Emilia uses her blade to deflect a bullet shot by Olba from behind before disarming him, though Alciel claims it would never have harmed him while sending large amounts of rubble hurtling towards their enemies. Emi uses one as a platform before releasing a horde of flaming blades from her Sacred Sword and into Lucifer's shoulder, mildly wounding him.
Olba then berates her for siding with the demons, claiming that the church would never forgive her, but his painstakingly hypocritical remarks only earn scathing comments from everyone present. Stunned by their critical response, he is smashed by a piece of Alciel's floating debris, forcing the priest to use his own holy magic to guard and fight back.
Using the power of her "Heavenly Ice Dance", Emilia manages to freeze and dispel Lucifer's defensive magic while coating his wings with a layer of frost, rendering his speed useless. Slicing through his barrier, she slashes him across the chest, forcing him to flee. The Fallen Angel attempts to repel her advance with bolts of black flame, but his assault is neutralized by her Cloth of the Dispeller. Having forced the devious duo into a corner, Emilia and Alciel are interrupted by the emergence of King Satan, who congratulates himself for safely guiding the expressway bridge down safely, while displaying annoyance at having been left out of the fight.
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The Demon Ruler then sends a quivering Olba smashing into the side of a building with a single stare, rendering him unable to move. Maou humorously asks the Hero what she believes they should do to Lucifer, her suggesting that they force him to take responsibility for wrecking the city.
Emi, Chiho, and Ashiya then watch as the Demon King blasts Lucifer into submission with a multi-layered series of offensive spells. Emi reunited with her fellow heroes! With the fallen angel grounded and Olba beaten unconscious, Maou drains Lucifer of his magical power, leaving him sitting helpless on the streets of Tokyo.
After berating him for his actions, the trio turns their attention to Chiho, who in the moments following the battle, politely questions their true nature. Maou declares his true identity as a Demon King from another world, but Emi shrugs off the question, claiming she is a human, though she possesses half-angel blood.
This last revelation surprises the demons present. Maou questions why she didn't kill him sooner if she possessed so much residual magic, but Emi remains cool-headed as ever, claiming she had no way of knowing if he was only pretending to be powerless, and had wanted to conserve power to return to Ente Isla.
After some playful bickering and Ashiya's faileded attempts to convince Maou to return to their own world, the Demon King expresses a desire to instead repair the destroyed neighborhood with his magic. Emi then scornfully deduces that Lucifer was the one behind the threatening phone call she received at work, to which he apologizes, returning her lost wallet that he had used to find her contact information.
Everyone reacts with disgust at the idea that Lucifer would actually look through a woman's personal possessions. Their conversation is interrupted by the timely arrival of Emeralda Etuva and Albert Ende.
Emilia happily embraces her fellow heroes as they step through the Gate, only stopping when they question the identities of her two companions. Maou and Ashiya confirm they are indeed the Demon King and General Alciel before telling the humans to wait for them at the "Devil's Castle" later on.
Once they have departed the scene, Maou uses the majority of his power to fix the city and erase the memories of those who witnessed the battle, ruling that as the Demon King, he must take responsibility for Lucifer's actions. Emeralda and Albert bid her farewell Back at the apartment complex, their new visitors react with surprise upon seeing the Demon King's lackluster living arrangements. During the ensuing conversation, Emi explains the recent events to her friends, also learning that the voice Chiho had been hearing due to the Idea Link belonged to Albert.
While her friends wish for her to return to Ente Isla to help them tend to the problems that have arisen in her absence, Emi refuses on the grounds that she must stay to keep tabs on the Demon King. Before they depart through the Gate, Albert warns her that the Church has been up to shady dealings since Satan's defeat.
Emilia sees them off before returning home, knowing that the escalating problems back in Ente Isla would eventually reach the rest of them on Earth.
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While working at the Call Center some time later, Emi receives a suspicious call from Maou, who claims that they were performing a hacking experiment with their new computer and had subsequently tapped into her phone line via the internet.
She questions why they allowed the Fallen Angel to move in with them, but they hang up without much comment, prompting her to visit Maou at MgRonald's later that day. He expresses annoyance that she would bother him at his workplace, but she counters by mentioning their earlier phone call, then angrily demands to know why he allowed Lucifer to live in the apartment.
The former Demon King mentions that Olba was arrested for their violent actions, rationalizing that Lucifer was involved, and would have joined the rogue priest in police custody had he no place to hide. Confused by the odd delivery, the Hero notices that Emeralda's name is on the package and uses her cell phone in conjunction with Idea Link magic in order to contact her friend in Ente Isla.
Emeralda is surprised to learn that her gift arrived so quickly, explaining that the bottles contain a liquefied form of Celestial Force that can be drunk to replenish her magical energy on Earth. The green-haired magician explains that it must be taken in doses twice a day, though not in quick succession.
The Hero lands in the arms of her nemesis Emi then leaves in order to check on the demons, though she is quickly discouraged by the hot weather, grudgingly admitting to herself that Maou and his companions never really do anything noteworthy to begin with, let alone evil.
While spying on Villa Rosa Sasazukashe notices a new female tenant helping Lucifer with the daily chores. Suspecting their new accomplice is another demon, the hero sneaks into the apartment building in an attempt to get a closer look, becoming flustered upon realizing that the neighbor is simply teaching them how to cook. She promptly flees the scene for fear of getting caught, but ends up tripping down the stairs in her panic, landing safely in Maou's arms.
The Demon King mocks her for falling down the steps again, only to receive several blows to the face in retaliation. He then drops her, causing both of them to collide painfully with the ground.
As they reconvene in the Devil's Castlethe stranger apologizes to Emi for surprising her, but the hero shrugs it off, saying that she wasn't being careful to begin with. Urushihara returns the belongings she had dropped during her tumble down the stairs while taking note of her new energy drink.
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When the group takes note of Ashiya lying sick on the floor, the newcomer claims her udon noodles might have been the culprit for his current state, but he kindly refuses to let her take the blame. The girl then introduces herself to Emilia as Suzuno Kamazuki, claiming to be from an old-fashioned foreign family to explain her lack of familiarity with Japanese society. Emi notes the new tenant's similarities to herself before respectfully returning the introduction with one of her own.
Emi gives Suzuno her contact info The hero then pokes fun at Maou's job, but he proudly declares that MgRonald's employees can be given full-time positions, announcing that he personally received the title of shift manager a short time ago. Undaunted by Emi's lack of intrigue, he dramatically declares that this new position will lead him to positions higher than she could ever imagine, much to her annoyance.
Interested by their candid interactions with each other, Suzuno questions whether or not she has an intimate relationship with Sadao, but the hero is outraged by her assumptions, her reactions prompting a look of relief from their new neighbor. At first she claims it's because she wasn't sure that he was really as weak as he seemed, but later says it would be dishonorable to kill someone who can't fight back and that he deserves a better death.
Subverted at least once. When Suzuno tries to offer her an alliance, she says she refuses to work with the church anymore after Olba. Suzuno tries to argue that she gave her word to help the church whenever they needed it, but Emi retorts that that offer was given before she knew that they were lying corrupt scumbags and is no longer valid.
Emi gets rather worked up from time to time regarding Maou. Human Mom, Non-Human Dad: A gender flipped version, her father is the human while her mother is an archangel. Trained by the Church for the specific purpose of eliminating the Devil King. Emi's goal after finally defeating Maou is to return him and plant wheat in her father's house.
Olba took advantage of this and threatened to destroy her old home unless she came with him. And self aware enough to know it too. After sneering at Maou for being broke and with a mundane life and job, we then cut to her next day at work at a call center, after which she buys some chicken that's on sale and goes home to her normal apartment and watches bad TV before exploding that she's doing the exact same thing Maou is. I Choose to Stay: After the first arc, she opts to stay in Japan under the pretense of keeping an eye on Maou.
Of course, she's probably not in any hurry to return to Ente Isla, since she'd likely come into conflict with her former allies.
She's not stupid, but she's rash, aggressive, and overly emotional. She is also appallingly ignorant when it comes to theology: Maou takes Emi about as seriously as an abandoned kitten, all pity and no fear, despite the fact that Emi was the one who defeated him and drove him out of Ente Isla in the first place.
Though motivated in part by revenge, she refuses to seek it when she sees her targets aren't actually doing anything wrong. Further, her purity serves as an example to the better parts of the human side and caused the Church to see her as a liability since she'd be appalled by their scheming and corruption.
When confronted by the complexity of the situation she refuses to side against Maou Seems to think Maou is up to something evil and continues to stalk him daily on her free time despite the fact he hasn't been anything but an upstanding citizen since day one of being on Earth. Emi summons her armor and sword via magic. Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She treats Maou's group with little to no respect and stalks them in her free time, but no matter how much she doesn't want to admit it, she trusts and cares for them.
After Maou makes it clear that he's willing to die for his adoptive daughter Alas Ramus and how much she means to him even apart from that, Emi lets him think that she's been taken by Gabriel just to screw with him. He's absolutely broken up about it and actually cries when Emi is forced to reveal that she's still safe.
She says it was to teach him what it means to lose something, but it's Emi. She was just trying to hurt him. Like an Old Married Couple: The kind of scene she instigates every single time she talks to Maou.
Reacts this way in episode 12, when Maou says he can see her breasts after he rescues her. Her entire head is red. She favors direct melee combat, but knows a fair amount of magic as well. When she doesn't have enough power to rely on she can't use her sword to its full extent nor materialize all of her magic armor.
Emilia The Hero or Hero Emilia. She always believed that her mother, Laylah, died when she was a baby, but before the church came to take her away her father revealed that Laylah is in fact alive. When Emeralda and Albert visit Japan they pass along one of her feathers, saying they were sent to help keep her safe since her mother is worried about her. Emi didn't even know her name. Emi sure does get a generous amount of Shower and Lingerie Scenesdoesn't she?
When manifesting her angelic abilities, her hair turns white starting at the roots. Not What It Looks Like: Emi has a good deal of trouble convincing people that she's not Maou's stalker ex-girlfriend. Emi's new job is less impressive than her old one but it pays better than Maou's. Though due to the events of volumes 8 through 10, she was fired. Emi is so skilled with languages that it might as well be magic. When greeted in a language she's never heard before she's capable of responding in kind.
Emi tells Maou about a demon that called her because she insists on being the one to defeat him. An unimpressed Maou points out that she probably shouldn't be talking about that in public. When Suzuno tries to offer an alliance to take him down, Emi refuses partially on the grounds that it's something she wants to do herself. It's her responsibility and she doesn't want the corrupt church to profit off his demise.
After she learns that her father isn't dead she lightens up towards Maou despite her best intentions, which freaks him out.
When she stops trying altogether and begins interacting with him normally he does his best to avoid her because of how weird she's being, but can't. As the great hero of human and archangel blood destined to slay evil.
Emi can summon holy flames to strike her opponent. Power Dyes Your Hair: When in battle mode, Emi's hair turns silver. Her holy powers are implied to require this to recharge Emi's and apparently this is harder to get than Maou's requirements of restoring his, so Emi has to settle for a special magical supplement made by Emeralda to recharge them in a reasonable timeframe.
Emi's hair reaches to nearly her knees. In the second episode, she knocks on Maou's door, threatening them with divine punishment. They simply lock the door. They only open it for her after hearing her cry. Catching Chiho after she's thrown by Lucifer from pretty high up ends up breaking her legs.
She gets fired from her old job due to being AWOL. Really 17 Years Old: She's 17 years old, but has ID papers stating she's over Part of why she has a slightly better job than Maou. The church has been saying that Emi is dead to use her legend to strength their influence over Ente Isla.
She's the most frequent victim of the rickety and apparently cursed staircase outside Maou's apartment, which everybody falls down at some point or another. Samus Is a Girl: The Hero is revealed to be Emi in the end of the first episode. Reinforced by the fact we never see her face under the armor and that the narrator uses gender neutral language like 'hero' rather than stating a name.
The manga was less subtle. Even though extravagant hair colors are common in this series, this color combination indeed marks her as an important character. She's very powerful and charismatic, but is genuinely shocked to discover that the Church of Ente Isla, which she had worked for for years, was corrupt.
Maou and her former companions seem to be much savvier than her: Neither Albert nor Emeralda seem all that surprised that the Church was corrupt and Maou picks apart the enemy plot in seconds. Furthermore, she was unaware that Suzuno was another Ente Isla native, which Maou's group knew from the minute they saw her, until Suzuno point-blank told her so; Suzuno herself is absolutely shocked that Emi didn't figure it out herself.
Further, she later realizes that she doesn't even really know how her own powers work. Stalker Without a Crush: Emi does regular stakeouts outside of Maou's apartment and frequently shadows him around town on the off chance that one of his daily errands does turn out to be a nefarious misdeed. She is aware of how bad this looks. And, once again, I spent today being a stalker. Stock Light Novel Hero: The parody is that she's the Hero Antagonist of the story and, thus, an inversion.
But otherwise, Emilia fits the role of a Stock Light Novel protagonist including her massive fighting power that allowed her to almost single-handedly defeat Maou's forces. However, because she lacks the main character status, she lacks the rest of the trope's requirements, such as a harem.
Sympathy for the Devil: Which is why she's having trouble with the whole slaying business. Thou Shalt Not Kill: She shows her change in attitude towards demon by not killing a single invading demon in volume 4. Took a Level in Badass: Due to Alas Ramus fusing with her holy sword, not even Archangels are a match for Emi anymore.
Took a Level in Kindness: Due to dropping most of her hatred towards Maou and realizing that demons are more complex than she originally thought, she much more calm around the three demons. Emi is conflicted because she remembers the brutal war, but sees Maou being genuinely kind and helpful. It makes it hard to know how to treat him. She has a perfectly legitimate grievance and almost feels betrayed that he's not acting like a villain. What's more, the tsun side of the personality is exaggerated in the anime, leaving her very unlikely to admit that she at least trusts Maou, even if she doesn't like him.
When she learns that her father isn't even dead, she drops most of her personal issues against him, though she feels it's still her duty as a hero to oppose him. Curry, she grew obsessed with the food during her one year stay away in Japan before she met Maou again. Emi was raised by the church to be their weapon against the demons, given a skewed picture of the world and lied to as convenient in order to make her more obsessive about fulfilling her goals of defeating the overlord.
However, when she's out from under their thumb and gets a chance to actually interact with demons on a personal level she sees that they are if not good then at least people. The contrast between her upbringing and her actual morality frustrates her because it leaves her unable to pursue revenge, but she doesn't know what else to do with herself without that driving force.
Used to Be a Sweet Kid: Before she was taken in by the church she lived with her father and was very sweet and affectionate. Then Lucifer's army burned down her village, causing her to swear vengeance on the demon army. Apparently, this seems to happen to her a lot. Either it's Maou letting her stay the night at his home, and give her money for train fare when she loses her wallet, to having Alciel saving her from taking a fatal blow in Episode 5. In volume three she gets to return the favor by driving off Gabriel after he incapacitates and nearly kills Maou.
Why Can't I Hate You? Having spent the majority of her life either preparing or actively attempting to slay him and avenge her fatherEmi is very annoyed that Maou isn't acting remotely evil enough to justify slaying. And it turns out that not only did Maou not kill her father, he isn't actually dead at all. When she said she could kill Maou at any time during their first confrontations, she meant it. However, doing so both seems morally unjustified and would leave her stranded, so she resolves to keep an eye on him until he does do something wrong.