Geez, what's she complaining about? Her signatures right here on all of these documents! If she didn't want her planet to be a prison planet, then why'd she approve of all of this paperwork, huh? No takesies-backsies!
He could kill her pretty easily, but apparently that means the planet would blow up too, and he doesn't have the juice to travel that far through space yet. Besides, ruining all of her hard work is tons of fun! So he'll let her live. For now.
The reason xe left had nothing to do with her. Xe always thought warmly of her, and she has no reason to be apologetic. Xe wishes xe could get her to understand that, but that would mean coming back. And that aside, telling her that the reasons xe left were beyond her control... xe doesn't know if that would be very reassuring.
One of his Representatives who he took in long ago. He wants to help her shine and fully regain autonomy, and his belief in her is endless.
Admittedly, it's sometimes hard to look at her after /that/ happened... but he won't let her know that and he won't let it show. She deserves so much better.
The man who helped her regain her independence and essentially saved her life. Septicemia is really grateful toward him. Hadris has shown her boundless patience, working with her for hundreds of years and never getting mad at her through relapses. Even after Memen used her, he still shows her kindness... Hadris is a really amazing person to her.
Xe couldn't stop her, and it destroyed xem. She was essentially the reason xe left to wander Entirety, and xe wants nothing more than for her to be stopped so Hadris and everyone connected to him can finally be safe.
How this weird purple thing managed to contain he and Celesca long enough to dump them off on some backwoods planet will forever remain a blurry mystery to him. He can't say he's not impressed, but he's still eager to hunt her down and kill her.
A huge pain in the ass, but Hellscream doesn't really think all that poorly of her. She's an equal who can provide a challenge, and he can respect that. That's just more motivation to destroy her, anyway. Their battle banter has to be witnessed to be believed.
Both of them have a mutual understanding that they were created just to be pawns to their makers, but they feel too neutrally to really act on this knowledge and attempt to override their programming to do anything about it. For now.
Celesca almost sees Hellscream as a younger brother. She taunts him relentlessly both in and out of battle, but doesn't actually think little of him at all. She'd really like to eat the souls that power him, but she can't override her coding even when she's starving.
Though she sees him as an equal to some extent, her defeat of him is something she likes to remind him of. Once she finds a way off of Celestella she plans to do it all over again and bring him back to Hell College.
Baldasarre's father and her employer. He's a decent and level-headed person, a good conversationalist, incredibly wealthy, and a fantastic cook who shares often. Needless to say, Hattie doesn't mind him.
Dicro served as his guide on a subconscious subterfuge mission he went on with Hadris that went wrong. In a very short time he learned more about Dicro than most people know. He's concerned, to say the least.
His favorite chef who he managed to befriend! Eeeeeee! They're pretty close friends and tend to talk about their complicated feelings on morality when they aren't talking about souls and demonic stuff. Hadris hopes he'll be able to help Laejizhar's son, but Baldasarre's condition has proven to be remarkably stubborn...
A fan-turned-friend who is certainly his most valuable ally in his quest to save Baldasarre's life. Laejizhar admires Hadris to some extent and often wonders how someone with such power could find themself idolizing someone like himself.
A top priority enemy!! Xe needs to be detained at any cost!! The things xe knows... well, Porphyra doesn't care much, personally, but a bunch of wealthy, powerful people are really mad and therefore xe's an enemy of the law who must be stopped!!!
One of the people he cares for the most out of everyone in Entirety. Xe taught him how to feel, how to learn, and how to grow. Xe's the reason he feels any emotion at all and was the primary driving force behind making Hadris' empire as successful and peaceful as it is. He was devastated when Monaz decided to leave, leaving him alone with all of these developing human emotions he now has to figure out on his own.
He misses xyr dearly, though he seldom talks about xem. He knows Monaz wouldn't want him to linger on xem and instead would want Hadris to focus on building his empire and creating a bright future for Entirety - a bright future Hadris hopes will be safe enough for Monaz to want to come back to someday.
Xyr closest friend and the person xe loves most. They grew so much together, but... Monaz just feels like xe can't protect him or the things he loves. Xe doesn't want to drag him down, and xe doesn't want to get so close to him that xe becomes something Memen could use against him.
Even still, xe's filled with a sense of longing...
That pesky All-Conquering Overlord who keeps... All-Conquering things! There's not much she can do to stop him and it would be more beneficial to just work alongside him, but where's the dignity in that?!
The overlord he decided to join up with, disagreeing with his family that he was evil and a threat to their well-being. Having nothing to lose, he threw himself into Hadris' empire with little hesitation, hoping to be useful. Though he knew Hadris wasn't a terrible person, Orange was surprised to discover just how kind and friendly he really was. Hadris made every effort to make sure Orange was probably cared for and had the opportunity to learn whatever he needed about the empire, which just proved to Orange that he still had something to live for.
Orange has a lot of respect for Hadris and looks up to him almost like a father. Even as he learns about the dark sides of Hadris' work, Orange's trust doesn't waver significantly.
One of his personal assistants on Terre. Orange is sort of remarkable to him; Hadris indirectly and unintentionally ruined his life thanks to the anti-Hadris rally that led to the death of Orange's family and almost Orange himself. Needless to say, it came as a shock that once Orange was conscious he expressed an interest in becoming a part of Hadris' empire. Simultaneously concerned and flattered, making sure Orange is taken care of has become a high priority of Hadris'. He sees him and treats him as his son.
...He worries he's giving himself too big of a weak point, though.