Dreaming of changing the world for good, Akuto Sai transfers to Constant Magic Academy where he befriends a virtuous ninja clan member, Junko Hattori. On the way to the academy, they vow to make the world a better place together; however, the situation suddenly takes a turn for the worse upon his arrival—it is prophesied that he will become the Demon King! As word of his destiny spreads, the school begins to fear him, and Junko's trust in him falters. While Akuto is determined to not let his predicted future control his fate, it seems as though everything he says and does only serve to reinforce the fact that he is destined to be the Demon King. Moreover, he is surrounded by a harem of beautiful girls who each have their own plans for him, ranging from bringing him to justice to simply showering him with love.
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Akuto has brown hair and purple eyes. And notable markings below them. Possibly symbolizing his role as "The Demon King" When his personality changes his eyes become red and the marks under his eyes enlongate and become red as well. Akuto is seen as very kind.
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Here you can learn more about the characters , anime, and the manga of Demon King Daimao. We would appreciate it if you help and contribute on the stub pages on this wiki. Junko Hattori is a student of class 1-A and the class representative. She is a disciple of the god Suhara and a member of the Hattori Clan, a samurai-like clan of ninja warriors charged with protecting the Empire for generations.
The first volume was published on February 1, , and was completed with a total of 13 volumes available on March 29, A manga adaptation began monthly serialization in the September issue of Akita Shoten 's magazine Champion Red , and a episode anime adaptation by Artland aired between April and June on Tokyo MX and other channels. This story of "love, magic, and battles" revolves around Akuto Sai, a boy who aims to become part of his country's highest order of magicians and contribute to society as one of its clergy.