Louisa May Alcott

Louisa pro


Kanji ルイーザ・メイ・オルコット
Rōmaji Ruīza Mei Orukotto
Personal Information
Birthday 29th November (Sagittarius)
Age 18
Gender Female
Height 165 cm
Blood Type O
Hair Color light brown
Likes the country, nature, printed type, books
Dislikes cities, discrimination, being in public
Professional Information
Status Active
Ability Little Women
Occupation Guild member
Affiliation The Guild
Manga Debut Chapter 26
Anime Debut Episode 19
Voice Actors
Japanese Voice Hikaru Ueda
English Voice Erica Mendez
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Louisa May Alcott (ルイーザ・メイ・オルコット, Ruīza Mei Orukotto?) is a member of The Guild whose ability is named Little Women.


Louisa has short, light hazel bobcut-like hairstyle, which ends above her shoulders. On her head she wears a light mahogany headband with small bows (ribbons in the manga) at the ends.

She has green eyes surrounded by round glasses.

Louisa wears a white shirt with buttons and a cream-colored, blanket-like poncho over it. She wears a long, light mahogany dress, black leggings/tights, and low gray boots.


A shy, introverted woman, Alcott has been shown to have a bit of social anxiety, having been afraid of a stranger attempting to talk to her. She does seem to be quite intelligent, however, as she is the only and most notably, greatest tactician for The Guild.

She is such a great tactician that she seems to be able to understand what the Armed Detective Agency would do with the information given by Edgar Allan Poe without knowing anyone among the said organization.


Little Women (若草物語, Wakakusa Monogatari?) is an ability that allows Louisa to make time pass at 1/8000th of regular speed, but only while thinking alone in a private room.


Not much is known about Alcott's past, the two things being that she has a mother and father at home and that something in her past has caused her to have low self-esteem.


Alcott is first introduced in Chapter 26 while making her way to Fitzgerald's office. One of the guards approaches her asking whether or not she needs help which gives her a shock. She then hurries on into Fitzgerald's room to discuss a plan regarding the war.

In Chapter 27, Alcott is seen to be working until Fitzgerald bursts into her room demanding the Emergency Plan.

In Chapter 33 she is seen along with Steinbeck, Twain, and Montgomery driving away in a car.

In Chapter 37, she is seen along with the other Guild members discussing the organization's fate.

She, later on, returns in Chapter 44 in the slums of a foreign country searching for Fitzgerald.

In Chapter 45, show Alcott and Fitzgerald trying to obtain the Book and re-build The Guild.


  • Her ability name and what it supposedly does may be a reference to the many books written under the title of 'Little Women'.

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