|Human • Demon Weapon • Witch • Mystical Sword • Sorcerer|
A list of tertiary, inconsequential, and/or unnamed characters who have appeared in Soul Eater and Soul Eater Not!. All names on this page are descriptions due to lack of names in the stories.
The Hero-hating student is an EAT student who got peeped on by Hero when he entered the girls' locker room with Excalibur's aid. She acted as spokesperson of the girls who went to complain to Sid Barrett about Hero's behavior. Despite Kim's backup with a complaint of her own, Sid made clear that the teachers wouldn't help and that the girls had to become stronger if they wanted Hero to cut it out. The student tried to protest, but it was in vain. It is unknown if she is a Meister or a Demon Weapon.
A girl identical but for the long sleeves on her shirt sat in front of Hero during class once.
Masked Evil HumanEdit
The Masked Evil Human was an evil Human and was also one of the opponents in which Death the Kid and the Demon Twin Guns Liz and Patty fought during their earlier adventures as partners. As indicated, he uses a shinai as a weapon and wears a mask to conceal his face.
NOT Student BEdit
NOT Student B is a NOT Class Meister who's in the same class as Tsugumi Harudori. He met NOT Student A, a Demon Weapon, during the introduction meeting held by Sid Barrett and immediately hit it off with him. The two apparently became partners, training, sporting, and attending lectures together. Because it is not known what weapon NOT Student A transforms into, it is unknown what kind of Meister NOT Student B is.
Traitor (Prototype 3)Edit
The Traitor appears to be put to use as an indoors assistant rather than a field one like his colleagues. He's with Shaula Gorgon and another Traitor inside Shaula's Office at one point to tell his mistress that "[e]verything is ready."
Watson (DWMA Student)Edit
Not to be confused with Sherlock Holmes's partner John Watson, this student, not yet confirmed to be either a meister or a weapon, is one of the list of meisters and weapons that was stolen from the Death Weapon Meister Academy by Meme Tatane on behalf of Shaula Gorgon.
The Arachnophobia Fighter was the Arachnid who warned Arachne to leave Baba Yaga Castle while she can, though was surprised to find his advice rejected by her, with his mistress proclaiming she will await for Asura. He is credited as "Arachnophobia Fighter" in the end credits for Episode 48 in Funimation's Dub.
Chief was the higher ranking Arachnid in charge of a post at Baba Yaga Castle. He appears twice. During one of his routines, he found a disguised Free and Mizune Family, inquiring on their identity as the latter stood out. Free in reponse informs him that he himself and the five other are new, however, Chief points out that he's missing a member. Later, it was he whom assigned Maka (disguised) to cleaning Giriko's room. He is noteworthy in the fact that he wears a lightly colored vest with "Chief" written on the upper right chest and the back of his vest and lightly colored jeans 
King & Queen YnglingEdit
King and Queen Yngling refers to both the royal heads of the House Yngling. They are both Anastasia Yngling (commonly known as Anya Hepburn) parents that requested the aid of the DWMA Intelligence Agency and entrusted the branch to look and watch after Anastasia in their stead. She later visits them after the defeat of Shaula Gorgon.
Kid's Partner CandidatesEdit
When Death the Kid indicated he wanted Demon Weapon partners of his own, Death, with the aid of Spirit Albarn, attempted to help him by selecting and contacting candidates for him to pick from. At least eight candidates were approached, as that many sent their photo in response. The weapon forms of these eight are an axe, a fire-based weapon, a morning star, a gatling gun, a scythe, a trident, and two unknown ones. Two of the candidates are women for certain and it is implied the six other candidates are too. Kid rejected all of them because they did not offer him symmetry.
NOT Student AEdit
NOT Student A is a NOT Class Demon Weapon who's in the same class as Tsugumi Harudori. He met NOT Student B, a Meister, during the introduction meeting held by Sid Barrett and immediately hit it off with him. The two apparently became partners, training, sporting, and attending lectures together. It is not known what weapon NOT Student A transforms into.
Tom's Partner is the Demon Weapon, a Foil, wielded by the Meister Tom. The two of them participated in the Death Festival. It is unclear if, like Tom, they were injected with Shaula Gorgon's Scorpion Poison, but in any case they cooperated with their partner when the latter was and subsequently became a danger to other students. Like Tom, it is unclear if they survived the battle with Ox Ford and Harvar D. Éclair, but it is the likelier scenario.
Like her husband, Sanjuro Nakatsukasa, Tsubaki's Mother understood that Tsubaki had no choice in killing Masamune and was happy when her daughter returned home. She also immediately took a shine to Black☆Star.
19th Century WitchEdit
When the DWMA Intelligence Agency investigated the Traitors, they singled out three witches whose speciality is Mind Control. These three were the Tree Witch, Shaula Gorgon, and the 19th Century Witch. Because Arachne Gorgon was ruled out because she disappeared 800 years prior, it would seem the 19th Century Witch is still active in the present to make the list, although she was not the one behind the Traitors. The 19th Century Witch dresses in Late 19th Century fashion. She has no distinct animal theme, but seems to go in the direction of either birds due to the large amount of feathers or reptiles due to her pointy appearance.
There is a possibility the 19th Century Witch is Skoya, who was also under investigation. However, Skoya's data is categorized alongside Arachne's, who's not on the suspect list, which suggests against it.
Assumed to be a monarch figure in Paraponera, she was the parent of Ponera and some sort of significant other to Ponera's Father. Her death along with Ponera's Father left her to take the sole leadership of the can. Most like her daughter and the rest of the clan, she may have been an Ant Witch.
When the DWMA Intelligence Agency investigated the Traitors, they singled out three witches whose speciality is Mind Control. These three were the Tree Witch, Shaula Gorgon, and the 19th Century Witch. Because Arachne Gorgon was ruled out because she disappeared 800 years prior, it would seem the Tree Witch is still active in the present to make the list, although she was not the one behind the Traitors. The Tree Witch noticably does not seem to possess an animal theme but rather uses tree symbolism. Her hair flows like roots or branches and the eyes on her cloak have tree ring qualities.
There is a possibility the Tree Witch is Skoya, who was also under investigation. However, Skoya's data is categorized alongside Arachne's, who's not on the suspect list, which suggests against it.
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Excalibur's children are the children of Excalibur and presumably a Human, as indicated on the family photo. Thus, this makes them a hybrid between that of a Mystical Sword and that of a Human. However, they were implied to have passed away for unknown reasons. Excalibur described them (along with the woman) as being a great family and showcased actual sadness for a moment, contrasting to his normally selfish and obnoxious personality.
Ponera's Father was the father the late princess, Ponera. He's assumed to be a monarch figure in the Paraponera until his death, which had a profound effect on her and made her the leader of the clan. It's possible that like her daughter and the rest of the clan, he was an Ant Sorcerer.
- ↑ Soul Eater Manga: Chapter 32.5
- ↑ Soul Eater Anime: Episode 4
- ↑ Soul Eater Manga: Chapter 78
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Soul Eater Not! Manga: Volume 4.5
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 Soul Eater Not! Anime: Episode 1
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Soul Eater Not! Anime: Episode 3
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 Soul Eater Not! Anime: Episode 4
- ↑ 8.0 8.1 Soul Eater Not! Anime: Episode 6
- ↑ Soul Eater Not! Anime: Chapter 6
- ↑ Soul Eater Not! Manga: Volume 4, Chapter 25, Yen Press English eBook, Page 160
- ↑ Soul Eater Anime: Episode 48
- ↑ Soul Eater Manga: Chapter 30
- ↑ Soul Eater Manga: Chapter 47
- ↑ Soul Eater Not!; Volume 5, Chapter 31
- ↑ Soul Eater Anime: Episode 15
- ↑ Soul Eater Not! Manga: Chapter 38
- ↑ Soul Eater Not! Manga: Chapter 46
- ↑ 18.0 18.1 Soul Eater Not! Anime: Episode 7
- ↑ 19.0 19.1 Soul Eater Not! Manga: Chapter 13, page 168
- ↑ 20.0 20.1 Soul Eater: Monotone Princess
- ↑ Soul Eater Anime: Episode 17