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The headmaster of Waldstein Academy's daughter, Maya Kumashiro claims to hate the myths that her father loves.
Maya Kumashiro comes to Waldstein Academy after her father, the headmaster, died. At his funeral, in the recorded message to the students, he summons an ancient ghost by mistake, which Maya beats with her suitcase and kicks it into the coffin again. She then makes an announcement that it was staged and expresses hatred for myths.
Despite this, later on in the episode, she recognizes that the being is a Lamie and knows what it is and how to stop it.
She says that even knowing about myths, she still hates them due to the fact her father, who was previously very loving and caring, became obsessed with them and caused him to ignore her and become rough and violent.
At the end of the first episode and the beginning of the second, she meets a man named Fumiaki Uchida as he descends from the sky, and mistakes him for a pervert, obtaining his cellphone in the process.
After a rocky encounter with Uchida, Maya returns to the school and proceeds to use her father's will in order to gain the position of Principal so that she can destroy Waldstein Academy more easily.
She is later informed by a teacher that Uchida will be working in her school, which angers her due to his strange entrance, and begins to attack him as soon as the teacher left, due to his strange and obviously "occult" related entrance in the earlier episode.
She is later attacked by a ghost of unknown description and saved by a book her father wrote before his death, though Uchida himself attempts to help her. The book claims Maya's father saw his death coming, and also reveals that he did not die of natural causes. Maya also shows she does care for her father in which she claims it "upsets her" when other people call his work, like the book, useless.
Maya then decides to resign as Principal due to her newfound course in discovering who killed her father and why, almost enlisting Uchida's help before he annoys her by claiming she does like myths.
She has been called a tsundere by Uchida, which she counters with the fact that term didn't exist in 1999.
After discovering Uchida's neglectful childhood, she relates to him and has recently been treating him more seriously.