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Chris is a major antagonist in the light novel and anime series Is This A Zombie?, making a cameo appearance in the first season and serving as the main antagonist of the second. The most powerful Masou-Shoujo in existence, she is the former mentor of Ariel who was cursed to be stuck in the body of a middle-aged man, though she can temporarily reverse the spell by getting drunk.
She has bright pink curly hair which is tied into three curly tails on her left side with a small steel ball with crimson red ribbons. She has a small nurses hat on the right side of her head connected by a white headband. She has sky blue eyes and a pale heart shaped face which her straight pink fringe slightly covers. She has white nurses clothing.
She was Ariel's mentor but was turned into a plain middle-aged man by the Queen's curse because she was purported to be the leader of a coup that Ariel concocted a century before the events of the series. Since then, she has been plotting her revenge against Ariel for letting her take the fall along with some of the others involved in the coup. Due to her strength and her status as a villain, she is known as "the Masou-Shoujo that all Masou-Shoujo fear". Currently she is able to turn back to a Masou-Shoujo from her cursed form of a middle-aged man while she is drunk; thanks to her friend Naegleria's ability to cancel magic. She makes a cameo in episode 12 of the anime adaptation in her original form, indicating that she was under the influence at the time.
Chris was much more violent in the novel. After escaping from the Queen's curse, she sets out to find the strongest opponent in the vicinity, and determines that Saras is her target. She hunts her down and despite Ayumu Aikawa's interference, she knocks Sara down and while pushing her head to the floor, she drag Sara through the pavement. They were almost defeated but was saved at the last moment by Akuma Danshaku.