Fujiwara Naeka, a 17 year-old high school student looks like any other student, but the truth is she is one of two surviving heirs of a extremely big fortune, but she has to wait until she turns 18. During that time she has been assigned two people who will protect her and her brother from people who want the money she is to inherit.
Runtime: 25 minutes
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Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid (Japanese: 小林さんちのメイドラゴン, Hepburn: Kobayashi-san Chi no Meidoragon) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Coolkyoushinja. The series began serialization in Futabasha's Monthly Action magazine in May 2013, and is licensed in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment. A spin-off manga by Mitsuhiro Kimura began serialization in Monthly Action in December 2016. An anime television series produced by Kyoto Animation aired in Japan between January and April 2017.
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Elma (エルマ, Eruma) / Elma Joui (上井 エルマ, Jōi Eruma) Voiced by: Yūki Takada (Japanese); Rachel Glass (English) A water dragon belonging to the Order faction, rival to Tohru's Chaos faction, who ends up working alongside Kobayashi at her office after getting stuck in the human world. She is as powerful as she is diligent and driven, but also naive, indecisive, and easily swayed by food (primarily sweets) due to her low income. Her human form is distinguished by purple hair, a horn, and wielding a trident; “Elma Joui” is the identity she uses while in Kobayashi's workplace. Quetzalcoatl (ケツァルコアトル, Ketsarukoatoru) / Lucoa (ルコア, Rukoa) Voiced by: Minami Takahashi (Japanese); Jamie Marchi (English) An Aztec dragon goddess and another friend of Tohru, who lost her divine status centuries ago after getting drunk and causing a scandal involving her younger sister, much like the Quetzalcoatl of the original mythology. She is often referred to as Lucoa (from “lcoa” of the deity's name presumably because it is easier to say) and Tohru sees her as a source of wisdom but will sometimes casually reference the events in her past, much to Lucoa's embarrassment. She lives with Shouta after she interrupted his summoning spell to prevent him from summoning a dangerous demon, causing him to mistakenly believe she is a succubus. Lucoa appears in her human form as a tall, well-endowed woman with striking heterochromia. She often becomes overly affectionate with Shouta, scaring him, and having others mark her as a pervert. Fafnir (ファフニール, Fafunīru) / Takeshi Ooyama (大山 猛, Ōyama Takeshi) Voiced by: Daisuke Ono (Japanese); Garret Storms (English) Another old friend of Tohru, he is a male dragon with a strong distrust for humans which leads to him questioning much of Tohru's actions and ideals in his earlier appearances. He shares some resemblance to the traits of his namesake, such as his cold demeanour and disdainful mentality. He appears as a refined young man with long black hair and red eyes in his human form. After Tohru's attempts to find him a place to stay (under the name Takeshi Ooyama), Fafnir eventually comes to live with Takiya, becoming obsessed with video games and popular culture. Ilulu (イルル, Iruru) A Chaos faction dragon who targets Tohru because of her relationship with a human, attempting to destroy the city in the process. She then turns her eye to Kobayashi, trying to drive her and Tohru apart to prove her beliefs, but after Kobayashi and Tohru save her from an Order dragon she has a change of heart and ends up living with them. Ilulu appears in her human form as a petite girl with a very ample bust. Her mental growth was somewhat impaired due to various beliefs that were forced on her by other chaos dragons. When she was younger, she enjoyed playing with human children, and since coming to Earth, she has taken up a job at a candy store, so that she can still see children when they are happy. Emperor of Demise (終焉帝, Shūentei) Voiced by: Takayuki Sugō (Japanese); John McCalmont (English) Tohru's father, who disapproves of Tohru's relationship with Kobayashi due to their beliefs as Chaos dragons and because of a non-interference rule about Earth. He attempts to force Tohru to leave with him but decides to let her stay after Kobayashi stands up to him, despite knowing how easily he could kill her. In the manga, he leaves Kobayashi alive, as he does not want to risk angering Tohru, who he recognizes as stronger than him.
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