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|Occultist bank robbers|
|Masked criminals into robbery and rape.|
|Voiced by:||Grant George|
The occultist bank robbers are a group of five male minor characters featured in the first and second episode of the Bible Black: New Testament anime series. They are only briefly heard but not seen in the latter.
Wearing yellow masks and carrying firearms, the group enters a bank to steal an artifact from a safety deposit box and to perform an occult ceremony. They take the bank staff and customers hostage and also capture the Tokken-investigators Aki Ichikawa and Kurumi Imari when they enter the building.
The leader forces the bound and blindfolded customers and staff to have sex with each other. He then brings Aki, Imari and two female bank clerks to the ladies bathroom.
Here he knocks Aki unconscious and ties Imari to one of the stalls. He proceeds to violate the two clerks, murdering one of them with his shotgun. He then starts to pleasure Imari and makes a small cut in her neck while licking up the blood. He starts chanting, causing Imari to suddenly rip apart her restraints, and in one swift motion, break the leader's neck - killing him.
Moments later, police storm the building, killing all the other robbers as well.
- The robbers, or at least the leader, was presumably aware that Kurumi Imari would arrive at the bank and instructed to perform the ceremony on her, since Jody Crowley wanted to revive the soul of Reika Kitami within her to find the woman in red.
- When captured, Imari notes that the robbers have not secured any escape routes. It is therefore possible they were on a suicide mission or simply incompetent criminals.
- The leader's body shows a similar symbol as vice-principal Takeshi Oshima after he is cursed. The robbers may have been similarly compelled to carry out their actions (becoming evil and lecherous in the process) by Jody Crowley's magic.