A seventh progenitor residing in Japan. Unpredictable, secretive, and often cold to Crowley, but Crowley follows and supports him anyway. A sadistic who always appears to be happy. He leads the attack against Shinjuku. Like Chess, Horn thinks of Lord Ferid as sneaky and tricky, and she never knows what he is thinking. She does not like him, and agrees with Chess's assessment of not liking him on account that they don't understand him.
One of Crowley's servants. Immature, childish, and jealous. Horn's opposite. She is almost always with Crowley and Horn. When Chess drains a hostage of his blood, Horn scolds her action and says she should control her urges and act more like a noble. Otherwise they are rarely seen apart and work well together in combat.
A member of Ferid's political sect. Currently residing in Nagoya. A very laid-back and powerful vampire. Horn serves him with Chess Belle. Horn seems to have developed minor romantic feelings towards him as seen by her expression when Crowley offers her to drink his blood. She stands attentive and obeys Crowley's orders in battle, and will be the first to stop unwelcome participants from backing up their comrades in fights against Crowley.
Currently a city guard working with Lacus Welt and René Simm. A very young vampire. Ferid's favorite servant and Krul's favorite pet. He knows Yuichiro Hyakuya.
Currently a city guard working with Mikaela Hyakuya and Lacus Welt. Ferid gives orders to him on the Shinjuku battlefield.
The vampire queen of Japan and a third progenitor.
Currently a city guard working with Mikaela Hyakuya and René Simm. Ferid gives orders to him on the Shinjuku battlefield.
Guren Ichinose experimented on him and can turn him into a powerful one-winged monster. He knows Mikaela Hyakuya. She uses her whip to hoist Yu into the air by his leg and allow Chess to attack him in this vulnerable state.
The leader of the human resistance in Shinjuku and the one who turned Yuichiro Hyakuya into a monster. He is in command of the attack against the vampires in Nagoya and sent six squads to kill Horn and Chess. She watches when Chess interrogates Guren on how humans has managed to acquire the power they had. Both Horn and Chess pinned a captive Guren to the floor to stop him from interfering with the battle between Crowley and an increasingly demon possessed Yu.
Horn defeats him and drinks his blood during the battle at Shinjuku.