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Ruri-chan is the main protagonist of an anime called "The Magical Ruri Hana: Demon Girl", which is one of Leviathan's favorite animes.

She's a demon who moves to the human world in order to learn more about it. However, in doing so, she loses some of her magical powers and turns into a young girl, only regaining her original form when she returns to the Devildom. She has a companion called Azuki-tan, who's an imagawayaki (pancake filled with red bean paste).

Leviathan admires how she's given up her true form just to learn more about humans, and states that he'd support her regardless of which form she's in. Asmodeus prefers Ruri-chan in her true, grown-up form.

Her fandom seems quite small in the Devildom, as seen in the Devilgram Offline Ruri-Chan Meetup!


According to Leviathan's Rainy Season dialogue, in the episode "Ruri-chan and the Tree Frog" Ruri-chan makes a magic doll to pray for fine weather.

According to Leviathan's Dango Over Flowers Fair dialogue, episode 32 is known as the hanami episode. In this episode, Hiro-kun nearly accidentally eats Azuki-tan. At the 12 minutes and 44-second mark of the episode, there is a scene of Ruri-chan running through the cherry blossoms.

As mentioned in the chat Tough Decisions, some other characters from the anime include Taichi-senpai, Miyabi-senpai, and Hiro-kun. All of these characters had the potential to rank 5th place in a character popularity poll. In Lesson 24, it's mentioned that Taichi-senpai is a fish-shaped cake about a year or two older than Azuki-tan. Azuki-tan has a crush on Taichi-senpai.

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