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Tsunayoshi Sawada

Tsunayoshi "Tsuna" Sawada (沢田綱吉/ツナ, Sawada Tsunayoshi/Tsuna?)Tsuna is a junior-high student and the Vongola Family's mob-boss-in-training.
The reason Tsuna was recruited is because he is the great-great-great
grandson of the first Vongola boss, who had moved to Japan a long time ago. Also, the other candidates, for the position of the head of the Vongola Family, died. Before Reborn finds Tsuna, Tsuna is known as "No Good Tsuna" (ダメツナ, Dame Tsuna?)
for his poor grades, bad luck, and lack of athleticism. When Reborn
shoots him with the Dying Will Bullet, he is revived as a powerful
mostly-naked warrior with a flame on his forehead.


Reborn (リボーン, Ribōn?)The infant hitman who drags Tsuna into becoming a mob boss and becomes his home tutor.
The current head of the Vongola family sent Reborn to train Tsuna. He
is Vongola IX's most trusted hitman. Despite being a mere one year old
infant, he behaves as a seasoned mafioso. Reborn often says "Ciao-su"
(a mix of the Italian "ciao" and the Japanese "osu", which is a casual male greeting equivalent to the English "Yo!" or "Wassup!").

Hayato Gokudera

Hayato Gokudera (獄寺 隼人, Gokudera Hayato?)A transfer student that was placed in Tsuna's class. Hayato, who had previously studied in Italy, is a dynamite expert nicknamed "Smokin' Bomb Hayato" (スモーキン・ボム 隼人, Sumōkin Bomu Hayato?). He keeps various explosives hidden on his person and uses those explosives liberally by lighting them with a cigarette
(or several) held in his mouth. At one point, when he removed his
jacket to do 'dynamite maintenance', he was revealed to be carrying
several dozen dynamites, much to everyone's surprise.

Takeshi Yamamoto

Takeshi Yamamoto (山本 武, Yamamoto Takeshi?)Takeshi is Tsuna's classmate and the popular baseball
star of the school. He becomes friends with Tsuna, and Reborn tries to
recruit him into the Vongola Famiglia. He hardly takes anything
seriously, and is often "tricked" by Reborn because he thinks that,
"It's a game". Reborn occasionally trains him by putting him in
dangerous situations, but Takeshi still believes it to be just a game
or simple baseball training. His reflexes are unreasonably good, as is
his level of obliviousness; he thinks the various weapons and dangerous
objects he sees Reborn and others use on a regular basis are just
really advanced kid's toys.

Ryohei Sasagawa

Ryohei Sasagawa (笹川 了平, Sasagawa Ryōhei?)Kyoko's older brother who is obsessed with boxing; he even barged
into a zoo, expecting to fight some animals. He is the third to take
the Deathperation Shot, but it has no effect on him since he always
lives "to the limit," and is therefore in Dying Will Mode constantly.
He wants to recruit Tsuna to the boxing club and in response, Reborn
wants to recruit him into the family. Every time he sees Tsuna and his
family doing something strange, he gets fired up and always wants to be
a part of it.

Kyoya Hibari

Kyoya Hibari (雲雀 恭弥, Hibari Kyōya?)Kyoya is the leader of the Discipline Committee, or Prefects,
who all happen to be a group of delinquents loyal to Kyoya. Even so, he
is a violent delinquent who uses his status to harass other students.
He prefers to be alone and cares little for his subordinates. If he is
amongst a crowd, he tends to play violent "games" with rules like "I'll
kill anyone who wakes me up when I'm sleeping," and as mentioned, the
loser often has to pay the price with his life.
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Byakuran(白蘭, Byakuran?)

One boss of the Millefiore family during the future arc. He is originally the boss of the up and coming Gesso Family. He appears to insist that his subordinates call him by his name. His name means "White Orchid". Thus far he is shown to be in charge, however he may be taking orders from Uni behind the scenes.
He is extremely ruthless in his goals and has nearly exterminated the Vongola Family. He has not only targeted the Vongola family but all of their allies as well. Byakuran has also ordered that not only members of the Vongola Family be killed, but all of their family members, their friends, and everyone who would help them; this is known as his "killing sweep." Takeshi's father was one of the first to fall in this manner. Byakuran is in the middle of expanding his "killing sweep" to include even more people.
It has recently been revealed that Byakuran has gathered great amounts of information about Tsuna and his family from the past. He has Shoichi Irie researching time travel by analyzing the ten-year bazooka. His plan is to travel to the past to take the Vongola Rings from Tsuna, as they were destroyed in his timeline by the adult Tsuna.
Byakuran wears the Milefiore ring with outstretched wings, identifying it as the most powerful of the rings. He later battles with Mukuro Rokudo, who was posing as Leonardo Lippi, Byakuran's would-be new subordinate. He was far more than Mukuro could handle in battle, and uses a currently unknown attack that Mukuro was trying to learn about. He has purposefully hidden what he is capable of in order to gain the upper hand in the war. The final outcome of the battle is unknown, however Byakuran had no use for Mukuro as he did not have a Vongola Ring and their battle in the chapter ended with him about to strike. He later appears and tells Irie Shouichi of the spy (Mukuro) and that he was taken care of. He also warns of the high probability of an upcoming Vongola attack.


Uni(ユニ, Yuni?)

Uni is the leader of the Giglionero ("Black Lily") mafia family. The Giglionero family is a family that is as old as the Vongola family. This family is one half of the Millefiore family.
She also bears a resemblance to the previous 8th Vongola Boss, Daniela, though it could purely be coincidence.

Shoichi Irie
(入江 正一, Irie Shōichi?)

Shoichi Irie in the Future arcTsuna had previously met Shoichi early on in the series (chapter 13); Lambo had stumbled into Shoichi's house, so he was forced to deliver the child back to Tsuna's house. Upon his arrival, Shoichi experienced first hand just how crazy things are at Tsuna's home. At the time, Shoichi was a middle school student. However, when Tsuna travels nine years and ten months into the future by way of the Ten-Year Bazooka, he is immediately told by an adult Hayato to kill Shoichi when he returns to the past. Although unknown at this moment, it suggests that Shoichi will do something that will lead to Tsuna and Reborn's death.
Shoichi is now part of the Millefiore Family and is captain of the White Spell 2nd Rose Squad, and one of the six A rank members in the Millefiore. It seems that Byakuran and Shoichi have a somewhat close relationship; Byakuran calls Shouichi "Shou-chan" and seems to trust him the most. He is currently involved in some very important research for the family. His project has been revealed to be research about the ten-year bazooka and time travel, however it appears to be very top secret and few others in the family know about it. In chapter 153, the box which was given to him in the past to return to Lambo can be seen on his shelves.

Irie in chapter 172 is seen talking with Byakuran and predicting that the Vongola family is going to make a huge-scale attack on the Millefiore base, then showing his true self. He then takes over the entire base from both Black and White spell squads, and they are now under his command. During the attack he is very concerned with the safety of the contents of his research lab.

Tric Gamma (γ)

Tric Gamma (γ)Gamma is an A ranked member of the Millefiore Family, who leads the 3rd attack squad of Blackspell, and specializes in electrical attacks. He appears to be a merciless guy, drinking during his first appearance and also acts arrogant toward Shoichi. He seems to be waiting for Shoichi's 'special' project to be done before he and the Black Spell act. Lal Mirch reveals that he is responsible for wiping out many of the allies of the Vongola Family.
While searching for Kyoya Hibari, he runs into Hayato Gokudera and Takeshi Yamamoto, and proceeds to battle them. Before he was able to finish off the two, however, Kyoya appears and disposes of him in a fight, supposedly killing him.
Surprisingly enough, he later appears in Chapter 172, objecting to Shoichi Irie when they are in the hanger bay, though it is interrupted by an unknown member from one of the Black Spell squads under Byakuran's orders to protect Irie. He has currently been sent with Tazaru and Ginger Bread to guard the bases control room.
He uses a lightening series ring that appears to be similar in strength to the main Vongola rings. He calls it a Mare ring. He can create an electromagnetic barrier for defense with his ring. His special box releases billiard balls that carry electricity. His main weapon appears to be a billiard cue. Another of his boxes, when opened, creates electricity in the shape of foxes.

Glo Xinia

Glo XiniaGlo Xinia was first introduced during a Millefiore family meeting, transmitting from a remote location via hologram while hunting down the rings. At the meeting, he appears confident and quick-witted, catching on to Byakuran's plans almost instantly, where others at the table do not catch on so quickly. According to Byakuran, his inappropriate methods have caused him to clash with Shouichi in the past.
Glo Xinia is a captain of the White Spell's 8th Wisteria squad. Byakuran trusts his strength enough to send him out in retaliation of a possible appearance of the Varia. During this, he encounters the younger Chrome Dokuro, recently brought to the future by way of the ten-year-bazooka, in the abandoned Kokuyou Healthy Land building and proceeds to explain to her how he had defeated the future Mukuro and caused her future self to retreat.
He takes an almost sadistic pleasure in fighting and takes joy in explaining to her that her fighting methods are obsolete, while fighting with a box of the rain element, a riding crop, and an owl covered in the Dying Will Flame, later revealed to be playing host to Mukuro. His remarks during his fight with Chrome are often inappropriate, alluding to her supposed sexual prowess and his preference of her future body type. After his battle with Chrome and Mokuro he is hospitalised with severe injuries and a broken jaw, but it is later discovered that he planted a tracking device on Chrome. He also appears to know of a traitor within the Millefiore Family but due to his injuries, cannot tell Shoichi the information he has.
His name refers to the Gloxinia (or Shinningia) flower.


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