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She pierces Haruna with the tip of Saika, and Saika's words of love resound through Haruna's mind. In a flashback, Anri's happy dreams of times with her parents are replaced by the reality of her father abusing her and her mother, and she sees the day five years prior when her mother, Saika's previous host, killed her husband and herself.
In the park, the cuts Shizuo receives from Saika's army have no effect on him. The slashers wait for him to open up to them, but his lack of fear keeps their thoughts from entering his mind.
To himself, Shizuo admits to feeling fear, but he is afraid of himself losing control. He decides to give this fight his all, rejecting the notion of going down in front of people who love him.
Haruna asks how Anri can bear Saika's voice. Anri responds that because of her inability to love, due to closing off her heart when her father abused her, she leeches off of others to compensate for the qualities she lacks, and this allows her to bear Saika's words of love.
Haruna picks up her knife and cuts Anri several times, but the cuts do not effect her. Anri takes the injuries as her consequence for what she is about to do to Haruna in order to protect the peace in her life. As Anri takes over Haruna's mind, Haruna and all of the people in the park awaken from their possessed state.
Shizuo manages to stop himself in action is delighted to discover that he didn't kill anyone in the fight and was finally able to control his body. Celty catches up to Anri, and Nasujima tries to take Anri away. Anri explains that she has already repaid him for the times he looked out for her at school by protecting him when Celty chased him. Celty remembers the night six months earlier when she chased a man carrying a case and was attacked by the Slasher.
She identifies the man she'd been chasing as Nasujima. Anri promises that she won't hurt him, because she isn't like Haruna, and Nasujima runs away. Kyouhei's gang are riding in their van elsewhere in the city. Saburo is seething because the door Walker found to replace the one Shizuo tore off has a large image of an anime girl on it.
Kyouhei warns them that they can't get into trouble in their van anymore because of how much the door makes it stand out. Mikado checks on Anri at the hospital and she tells him about the night she had, in which she encountered the Slasher twice and was twice saved by the Headless Rider. Mikado forces himself to keep from telling Anri that Celty is a woman and that he knows her.
Anri thinks over the night's events, ending when Celty took care of Haruna and told Anri to stop doubting herself but use her power for good.
When Celty took responsibility for Haruna and the Saikas she had created, Anri took Haruna's memories and discovered the name of the person behind Haruna's actions, determined to remember the name Izaya Orihara and protect her friends from him. Nasujima had owed money to the Awakususo he tried to extort money from Haruna Niekawa's parents.
Celty agrees to be vivisected by Shinra's father, Shingen, in return for a place to stay. Turns out human anaesthetics don't work on Dullahans. When she gets her head back, she puts a stop to Nasujima's Zombie Apocalypse without any real difficulty.
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Though in fairness, if Celty hadn't fixed the problem, Anri would have; Nasujima was much less of a threat than he thought. Strong Girl, Smart Guy: Celty is a Badass Biker with Super Strength and shadow powers. Shinra is a Back-Alley Doctor who is always eager to analyze and dissect the strange people he encounters. She comes up with a lot of creative uses for her shadow-stuff.
This serves as her primary means of communication. When this isn't possible, she relies on a Hand Signals.
She can communicate this way, but without her head she doesn't know how to do it consciously. She decides to cook something for Shinra to thank him for letting her live with him. It doesn't go as expected when Shinra says he likes her food, but Celty is convinced that she screwed it up and forces him to stop eating. Walker gets into a big argument with Erika over whether Celty is a "true" Tsundere. Celty is not amused. Walker feels that Celty is too even-tempered, and that Shinra mostly deserves the ass-kickings he gets.
She would count as a Type B Tsundere, for those curious. Izaya has a theory that the legend of Dullahans and the legend of Norse Valkyries are based on the same thing; and one can somehow "trigger" Valkyrie Mode and Ragnarok. Uses it to store a wad of money from Izaya in episode 4. She's started to fall into this after Shinra got attacked by Ruri's stalker. The event caused her to become very protective of him.
Also, in episode 14, she threatens Izaya for insulting Shinra. Celty uses her helmet to strike foes or parry their attacks, when she doesn't want to use her Sinister Scythe. What the Hell, Hero? Celty gets pissed when she discovers that Shinra knew exactly where her head was, but deliberately withheld the information. Even after he explains his actions to her and they get something of a resolution to the argument, Celty punches him into a wall before she lets herself forgive him. Her fear of aliens and, thanks to Kinnosuke, motorcycle cops.
Shizuo implies her to be this in episode 3.
Mikado Ryugamine Voiced by: I felt my body tremble as I sensed that a new world was opening up to me. Mikado decided to come to Ikebukuro on his own to seek something new from his boring life in the country. Initially, he isn't a very courageous fellowbut as the story progresses, he learns to become more determined and strong. The first anime paints him as meek guy who just wants to do the right thing.
While this rings true, in the light novel, he never really bothered that much in hiding that he has some really dark tendencies hidden away and implied that he created The Dollars For the Lulz due to a boring everyday life, showing signs of his true colors very early on, instead of way later. He's very shy, awkward and easily flustered.
Erika gives him the cutesy nickname "Mika-pon". Judging from his point of view about humans, what he apparently wants from all of this is power. And Then John Was a Zombie: It's revealed in SH that he's become a Saika child after being stabbed by Nasujima in the previous series, but the curse has faded over time and has little influence over him.
He and Anri could both take first place for the amount of sorries they said in their lifetime. Awakening the Sleeping Giant: Aoba experiences firsthand the fury that Mikado can unleash when he threatened the existence of Dollars and Anri. Orihara Izaya, have you realized this?
You and I, we've probably both underestimated Mikado-sempai. Even with what you and I already know about him Lampshaded by Walker, who asks if it's a pen name and remarks that it sounds like it was pulled from some manga. He looks damn cute when screwing with Namie and making the Dollars gang up on her. After making a deal with Mikado, Aoba fears that there's more to Mikado than he thought.
Beware the Nice Ones Namie acknowledges this in episode You're a much quieter kid than I imagined.
Or maybe kids like you are much more dangerous nowadays. Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: This is what he really is. As the series progresses, he borders on Faux Affably Evil. He went through loads and loads of confusion and painful struggles, starting from novel vol. The result of it, as shown in vol. Cannot Spit It Out: And when Mikado works up the courage to do so in Episode 12, he finds Kida flirting with Anri and roundkicks him.
Starts off as a meek, shy, and awkward kid who just wants to be awesome until it's revealed that he's actually a very capable guy, as well as the leader of the Dollars. Afterwards, he becomes more and more sure of himself, and he slowly but gradually becomes a power hungry Yandere with little empathy for people who have hurt him or his friends. Aoba outright states that he hasn't even shown his "true colors" yet.
Considering that he sometimes puts himself in his plan, he may even come across as a Magnificent Bastardthough he himself likes to think he's a Guile Hero. Basically, by the later books, he starts to act scarily similar to Izaya in his operations He's assigned to be the representative of his class along with Anri.
Mikado gets a window seat that's in the second-to-last row. Despite his Nice Guy appearance on the outside, Mikado is pretty fucked up. Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He's an all around nice guy and even a bit shy In the final episode after waking up from his coma and finally reuniting with Masaomi and Anri.
Despite the story opening with his arrival to Ikebukuro, and the subsequent hijinks he got involved into as he tried to fit in, Mikado is not the primary protagonist. After the final novel, he decided to step back from any kind of extraordinary events and is in the background for the majority of Durarara!! When Kida finally reunites with him in volume 8, he's smiling peacefully A Downplayed one to Anri. He is compelled to save Anri from the delinquents harassing her.
He just wants to make his life beyond mundane to such an extent that it ultimately results in gang warfare, chaos in the streets, his allies in the Dollars suffering in the process, shooting his best friend and eventually attempting to commit suicide. When he does recover, he now wants to live a normal life away from the chaos. It's relatively easy to miss if you don't already know what happens, but the manga puts a lot of emphasis on his suspicious smiles throughout the series.
He desperately wants to break out of the ordinary. Held Back in School: After his injuries from the final episode of x2, he had to stay in the hospital to recover, so he missed a large portion of his third year and had to repeat his final year in school. In episode 22, he disbands the Dollars by means of denying access to the site and seems to have become a recluse after seeing the escalating gang violence from the Yellow Scarves in response his scheme to rescue Anri.
They have been best friends ever since they can remember and both will do anything to protect each other. Seems like an ordinary Nice Guy until you piss him off. He has a crush on Anri, the girl who claims to be incapable of love. Subverted by the time of Durarara!! SH, where he and Anri are now dating. As the series progresses, it becomes clear that he was a badass all along. I Just Want to Be Special: The later novels are starting to show that.
I Just Want to Be Normal: His attempts to have his life become extraordinary result in gang warfare, chaos in the streets, his allies in the Dollars suffering in the process, shooting his best friend and eventually attempting to commit suicide.
When he recovers from the whole ordeal, he resolves to live a quiet and peaceful life with Masaomi and Anri. Mikado's 'inner puppet theatre' — the results are quite hilarious. They are actually Icy Blue Eyes.
With Celty, and to a lesser extent, with Shinra. He tries to kill himself with a headshot, only for Celty to save him. He's a type I: Few dollars have any idea he's the one sending orders to their cell phones.
Mikado Ryugamine roughly means "Emperor of the Dragon's Peak. Mikado is capable of switching between "Mikado unassuming student" to "Mikado, leader of the Dollars" at the drop of a hat. Izaya admits that he's envious of how Mikado is able to balance the two while someone as Ax-Crazy as Izumi is completely unnerved by him.
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Names to Run Away from Really Fast: It gets worse in the novels. His name means Emperor of the Dragon's Peak.
This is a bit of a Dub-Induced Plot Holesince its not translated into English, so English viewers are left confused as to why everyone keeps commenting on his name. Even with being a major gang ringleader, Mikado is still very much a terribly nice guy who puts others before himself. The Dollars as a whole are also composed of generally decent guys. He appears to be a kind and helpful guy. Subverted later on where he's revealed to be a very cold person. Though not quite in the same way as Shinra.
Subverted later on in the novel. SH reveals they have officially began dating. The Pen Is Mightier: Mikado used a ballpoint pen to stab Aoba in the hand.
Protagonist Journey to Villain: As the Dollars continues to get rowdier, Mikado decides that the only way to make the Dollars great again is to forcibly kick out the unfavorable members. He even accepts that the resulting violence will eventually cause a gang war with Kida's Yellow Scarves since he's using the Blue Squares to purge the group. He eventually loses his mind to the point of attempting suicide in the final episode of the anime. He shows himself as meek and insecure.
This is apparently a front that he shows to humanity. Performed in Episode 11 to Namie, when he reveals he has power in numbers. He acts as the main viewpoint character especially early in the series, but it's stated by Word of God that Celty is the real main character. Mikado, Masaomi, and Anri quickly establish this dynamic. Since he isn't a kind of person who likes to express their emotions much, his anger always results in this. Yes, even that scene with Namie.
The anime altered it a bit in order to make him look like an awfully nice person. In the novel, however With Kida and Anri. After shooting Masaomi, Mikado realizes that he's taken things way too far and decides that suicide is the best option, reasoning that if he could hurt his best friend, nothing could stop him from doing the same to himself, Anri or other people. Thankfully, he's stopped from going through with it.
Mostly revolving around the fact that he's the leader of the Dollars. Later in the series, he allies himself with Aoba and his Blue Squares and decides to take extreme measures to take a better control of the Dollars and make Ikebukuro a more safe place for Masaomi and Anri.
His ultimate goal is to turn the Dollars into an urban legend, creating chaos too widespread that the group will be forced to disband. He's the master of them in the series. You won't even give me time to try. I'll rely on numbers! In a world without rules His own impression of his Awesome Mc Coolname.
Towards Masaomi and Anri. To sum it up, threaten to involve Anri in any danger will result in you getting stabbed with a pen Aoba learned that first hand. Later on, being a disruptive element in Ikebukuro at all will get you targeted, in the name of cleaning the neighborhood to make it safe for Kida's return. Masaomi Kida Voiced by: Masaomi is an extremely hyper fellow who loves sprinkling English in his sentences and hitting on older girls.
He claims there is a love triangle between Mikado, Anri, and himself, and he's not above flirting with Anri, much to Mikado's chagrin. Authority Equals Ass Kicking: The leader of the Yellow Scarves gang, and is the strongest of them all.
He's street smart, clever, surprisingly good in a fight and a natural leader. He's not nearly as powerful as Shizuo or smart as Izaya, and unlike Celty he's a powerless human, but for an average highschooler with a pretty face and chipper personality, orchestrating gang wars and cracking delinquent skulls is pretty damn impressive. Alongside Dotachin and Chikage, he's one of the only humans in the cast who is genuinely dangerous without any freakish quirks or elite training.
Izaya intentionally misled Kida, which resulted in somebody important getting hurt. The results weren't pretty. Subverted in the novel where Kida is pretending to be Mikado's foil. Cannot Tell a Joke: Not that it stops him from trying. He often flirt with girls, and many of his interactions with Mikado involve him inviting the latter to "pick up chicks" together. Despite behaving like a silly guy who thinks of nothing but girls, Kida is one of the stronger fighters in the series.
At least early on, he loves getting extra cuddly with Mikado. It's as adorable as it is hilarious. Curtains Match the Window: He has blond hair and yellow eyes, although his hair is dyed. When he decides to take down Horada, welcoming death in the process. Thankfully, he snaps out of this just in time. Anime only, since in the novels he never contemplates it.
He hasn't made an appearance in Durarara!! SH with his only mention in Mikado's thoughts, revealing that he pulled out of high school and entered the workforce. He dyed his hair blonde at some point in middle school. Mikado almost didn't recognize him because of this. A mild example and justified. He was going through a Heroic BSoD when he found out that Mikado was the leader of Dollars and when he decided to kill Horada, he was ready to die. Kida is very bad with handling shame and guilt.
Part of the reason he drops out of school and disappears from Mikado's life is because he can't bear to face him after the whole fiasco with the Yellow Scarves. Izaya is fully aware of this and sometimes rubs salt in the wound by deliberately making plans that Kida could easily foil if he could only own up to his past failings and spit it out.
A Father to His Men: As the leader of the Yellow Scarves, he deeply cares for his members. Hell, he sometimes feels guilty for putting them out there in danger. Although he doesn't say it often enough for it to be a catchphrase, at one point he says "What's your answer? I win, you lose! The question was "What bone did we just break? He tends to sprinkle in English words when he's his happy-go-lucky self.