The Red Hooded Gunner
Little Red Riding Hood
Scarlet is one of Famiglia Grimm's caporegimes. He's level-headed, polite, and conscientious and has no interest in the constant conflicts, preferring to solve disputes with words rather than combat. He never uses the sniper rifle that he always carries over his shoulder. In fact, it seems to weigh him down in ways far beyond its size...
Despite being a member of the Grimm famiglia, Scarlet is generally calm, and dislikes violence and conflict. He worries a lot about other people, and cares deeply about his family.
Scarlet is insecure about both his appearance and personality. He worries about his height and girlish face, insisting that he will get taller. He also finds his own habit of complaining to be something annoying.
In their first interaction, Fuka calls out to Scarlet, who tells her that they shouldn't be talking familiarly because they are from enemy famiglia. He begins to warm up to her as they interact more. Scarlet also shows concern towards Fuka's habit of trusting people too much, offering her an apple and explaining why it was not smart of her to eat it, as it may have been poisoned. During these interactions, Scarlet also agrees that he wishes for a future where the fighting between the mafia families comes to an end.
Scarlet begins to warm up to Fuka, becoming the one to initiate conversations between them.
At the meteor shower gathering, he takes Fuka out of the town limits when she is questioning him about stars. He lends her his rifle to get a closer look at the stars as they discuss what they are. Their conversation is interrupted when Hansel and Gretel show up to get Scarlet, followed by Axel to pick up Fuka.
Later, after being asked by Hansel and Gretel why they've been spending so much time together, Scarlet and Fuka decide to start meeting outside of the town. They meet on a hill, which Scarlet often goes to to escape the reality of the town they live in. Fuka falls into the forest below, and Scarlet protects her from the fall. They wind up spending the night in the forest, as Scarlet hurt his leg in the fall.
Scarlet realizes that they are in Wolf Gang territory the following morning, and tells Fuka to run back into town without him. He is attacked by them and left unconscious but alive; the Oz family finds him by Fuka's request and brings him to the clinic. Fuka had to take the oath to join the Oz famiglia in order for them to be willing to help Scarlet; she begins to avoid him as much as possible.
Eventally, Scarlet manages to get Fuka to talk to him, and she explains her reasons for avoiding him. He is clearly upset, but asks her to just not take away the chances they do have to talk, saying that being able to speak to her at all makes him happy. It is during one of these talks that Hamelin returns to town.
Visiting the Oz home one night, he tells Fuka that Hamelin was the one who taught him the value of peace over violence.
Scarlet decides to leave because he wants to stop Hamelin's upcoming war on the town. The brand marking him as a Grimm is removed and replaced when he joins famiglia Oz. They infiltrate the Grimm estate while Hamelin is attacking. Scarlet shoots him in the hand, rendering him unable to play his pipe.
The Grimm famiglia is disbanded, and its territory handed over to famiglia Oz.
Scarlet decides to stay with famiglia Grimm, valuing his memories with Hamelin. When Hamelin begins his attack, Fuka and Kyrie infiltrate the Grimm estate. Hamelin tells him to shoot, and he aims the gun at Fuka. However, his aim is redirected to Hamelin's chest by the man's own hands, and those hands also push Scarlet's finger to pull the trigger.
As Hamelin is to be imprisoned for his crimes, Scarlet replaces him as the don of famiglia Grimm.
- Scarlet hates wolves