|Tanaka Gundham (田中 眼蛇夢)|
The Underworld (not really)
Owner/operator of (former) Count D's Pet Shop
Tanaka, The Forbidden One, Super High School Level Animal Breeder
Son of an angel and a devil (not really)
Black and white
Occult and black magic knowledge, animal taming
Future Foundation, Big Grocery Pet Supply
Gundham Tanaka was a former member of Class 77-B, Hope's Peak Academy, before apparently dropping out (the entire story of this event still classified, and has to do with Junko Enoshima).
He was recruited to Hope's Peak as the Super High School Level Animal Breeder, for his rapport with both wild and domesticated animals. He has several pets, including the four hamsters that he has dubbed The Four Dark Divas of Destruction (San-D, Jum-P, Mag-Z, and Cham-P) which camp out in his voluminous dark red scarf, which he claims was woven from infernal silk.
He is the owner and operator of a pet supply store and adoption center next to Big Grocery. The pet store used to sell exotic breeds and was owned by an androgynous looking Chinese citizen calling themselves Count D before they mysteriously vanished. Now, it's partnered with a local animal welfare group to offer puppies, kittens, and other small animals for adoption. The shop offers food for all stages of life, toys, habitats and treats for cats, dogs, birds, fish, rodents and small reptiles, and Gundham hopes to one day operate a veterinary practice there as well.
Gundham wears a dangling yellow orb earring from one ear, which he calls the Hellhound Earring, and his left arm is usually swathed in bandages due to injuries from animal handling. He also has one red eye and one gray eye, but the red eye is thanks to a contact lens (he calls it a filter to protect himself from emitting dangerous poison auras).
Gundham avoids eating animal flesh unless it matters for his survival; he's OK eating eggs and milk but makes his purchases based on brands with strict animal welfare guidelines.
According to many members of the box, he's got the worst case of chunibyou ever seen in someone over the age of 20.