For the character in the first two games, see: C; For the character in Heaven's Gate, see Charles Eyler (Heaven's Gate).

Charles Eyler was properly introduced in Hello Charlotte Episode 3, but has appeared using the C vessel in both Episode 1 and Episode 2.


Charles is a very distant individual who prefers time to think by himself or with the few people he has become close with over less thought or creativity-based activities. On a surface level, he is an organized and methodical person, but it becomes clear overtime that he has a far less controlled side to him. A large part of the reason for Charles being so distant is most likely due to his belief that the entire world is contaminated (save for Vincent, whom he idolizes), which is both outright stated by Charles himself and visually implied by how all strangers, his mother, Scarlett, and Anri have all appeared distorted at least once. Despite how thoughtful he is in a logical sense, Charles has some difficulty in understanding certain perspectives that stray too far from his own. This can be seen first and foremost when he attempts to overdose with Anri and is taken aback by her unsettled and insulted reaction. Outside of his general disdain for the world, he also holds a great deal of hatred and criticism towards himself which manifests as Scarlett, who he describes as an "ugly reflection of [himself]." She always appears during his episodes with numerous insults and various ways for Charles to hurt himself under the guise of "betterment" and passing the trial. However, these efforts to prepare for the trial had very little merit to them since Charles killed himself in the end.

Role in plot


Charles is the God of the House, and therefore all characters and concepts in it are born from his mind. All events in the Hello Charlotte series take place in the world born from Charles' soul after his death.

Hello Charlotte

Charles’ first appearance occurs when Seth leaves Charlotte and controls Felix through a maze. Disguised as an Executioner, he warns Charlotte that she and Felix will be dead in ten minutes, but she can prevent this if she allows him possess her body. She agrees, and while possessed they kill the Pythia wanting to play hide and seek. This is what caused Charlotte to remember her past as Scarlett, and her failure to prove V19 wrong by killing the Pythia.

Hello Charlotte 2

In episode 2, Charles takes the vessel of Vincent Wordsworth and goes by the alias of C. He calls himself the god of their world and is often bullied by his classmates. Charlotte is kind to him and sees him as a savior. They run away from The House to find a place to belong, but to no avail. He suggests a double suicide, which the player can refuse. At the end of the game Charlotte can choose to save him or let him die during the trial, leading to different endings.

Charles explains in the ending of episode 3 that he had went there in order to get revenge on Scarlett and cause her to remember their past. Despite all his efforts to cause her memory to return, it did not. He understood now that she became different then how his tulpa was while alive, and ended up forgiving her. He could not save nor harm her during his time there, and could only leave her to her fate instead.


  • As revealed in the bonus room, his special talent is observation, and his passive skill is cleaning.
  • He doesn't like sweet things.
  • His worldview is nihilistic.[1]
  • His favorite genres are sci-fi, medicine, and popular science.[1]
  • His favorite philosopher is Friedrich Nietzsche.[1]
  • His book recommendations include The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams, and A Road Back from Schizophrenia: A Memoir by Arnhild Lauveng.[1]
  • The books in his bookshelf in True Realm include: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams, Physics Of The Future by Michio Kaku, and Time Machine by H.G Wells.
  • He does not celebrate his birthday.[4]
  • His original body can not leave the 11th Floor of the House, so he has to use vessels on every other floor.[5]
  • In a university AU, Charles (along with Anri) would major in Graphic design.[6]
    • Charles and Anri would both share a dorm, as they are both uni art majors who find it convenient since they find it uncomfortable living with strangers.[6]



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  3. 3.0 3.1
  6. 6.0 6.1
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