! Main Characters


[[caption-width-right:275:"Let's go topside and see what kind of trouble we can get into."]]
[[caption-width-right:275:[[labelnote:Click here to see his appearance in Jak II]][[quoteright:250:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jak_from_jak_ii_concept_art.png]][[/labelnote]]]]
[[caption-width-right:275:[[labelnote:Click here to see his appearance in Jak X.]][[quoteright:250:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jak_from_jak_x_concept_art.png]][[/labelnote]]]]

->Voiced By: Aaron Lohr (The Precursor Legacy), Mike Erwin (Jak II - Combat Racing, Move Heroes), Creator/JoshKeaton (The Lost Frontier, All Stars Battle Royale)
->Voiced By (Japanese): [[Creator/ShowtaroMorikubo Shoutarou Morikubo]]

The hero, chosen by the Precursors to protect the world. He has amazing eco-channeling powers. Due to two years of torturous Dark Eco experiments at the hands of Baron Praxis, he has a monstrous alter-ego called Dark Jak. However, he has been blessed by the Precursors with Light Eco, therefore balancing him out. He can be angry and violent at times, but he is a hero at heart.

* AcePilot: Jak's vehicle skills are top notch, and have been a core aspect of his character since ''The Precursor Legacy''.
* AntiHero: He started out as a fairly standard hero, then became an UnscrupulousHero after two years of torture and Dark Eco experimentation at the beginning of ''II''. He then gradually became a PragmaticHero through the events of that game as his rage against the Baron subsided. By the end of ''3'', he has developed further into a KnightInSourArmor, as he's considerably warmed up to most of his allies.
* BadassAdorable: In the first game, since he was kept intentionally mute.
* BadassBiker: Whenever he's on a Zoomer, at least.
* BadassDriver: In ''3'' and ''X'', Jak's racing skills really come into focus. He even knows it.
-->'''Jak:''' If there's one thing I can do, it's race!
* BeingTorturedMakesYouEvil: The experiments performed on Jak turn him from a CuteMute into someone the good guys are glad they have on their side... only because he'd be a nightmare to deal with otherwise.
* BlackEyesOfEvil: When in his Dark form.
* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: The Brooding Boy to Keira's Gentle Girl.
* BroughtDownToBadass: In ''The Lost Frontier'', he's unable to use his Dark/Light powers due to the world-wide Eco shortage. Doesn't hinder him much.
* TheComicallySerious: He often acts in [[StraightMan stoic and serious manner]] towards Daxter's comical antics.
* CorruptTheCutie: The two years spent in captivity resulted in Jak gaining a more badass attitude, appearance, and a dark form.
* CursedWithAwesome: After two years of torture and experimentation, Jak gains Dark Eco powers. The Baron and the Oracle warn that it will drive him insane and kill him horribly, people who watch him in action are terrified, and Count Veger concludes that because of it Jak is an abomination who deserves only death. Nevertheless, it makes him immensely powerful and exactly what he was intended to be: the only thing capable of taking down the Metal Head leader.
* CuteMute: During the first game only. It's implied in that game that Jak ''can'' talk, but he keeps getting interrupted or chooses not to bother, aside from VoiceGrunting. By ''II'', he's gotten over this.
* DarkIsNotEvil: One of the reasons Jak is banished from Haven is because he is tainted with Dark Eco. While he's rather darker than he used to be, he still has his heart in the right place.
* DeadpanSnarker: From ''II'' onward. A bit angrier than most, though.
* DefrostingIceKing: In ''II'' he starts out aggressive and hostile and doesn't care about the big picture, saving people or making new friends as long as he gets his revenge. As he defrosts he turns into a JerkWithAHeartOfGold and comes to deeply care about people other than himself.
* EleventhHourSuperPower: At the end of the first game Jak gets access to Light Eco to defeat the precursor robot. ''II'' also allows you a chance to transform into Dark Jak during the final boss fight, regardless of your eco meter.
* EmoTeen: He becomes this in ''II'', due to being tortured and imprisonment for two years.
* ExpositoryHairStyleChange: In ''II'', you know Jak is going to be all badass now when you see that he's grown a goatee and now sports long hair. Likewise, you can tell he's matured and mellowed out a bit at the start of ''3'' when he grows out his facial hair into a beard and gets a haircut.
* {{Facepalm}}: A couple times, usually in response to Daxter.
* FriendToAllLivingThings: Well, not to the Metal Heads, or Dark Makers, or Lurkers. But Jak himself has stated more than once that he's "good with animals".
* GlowingEyesOfDoom: Although Light Jak's eyes glow, the "doom" part comes from the fact that he can use the Morph Gun in that mode, not from the Light powers themselves.
* GoodEyesEvilEyes: Starts with eyes that take up half his face in ''TPL''; when he [[TookALevelInBadass takes a level in badass]] in ''II'' they become noticeably smaller.
* GoodIsNotNice: Sure, he is ultimately good at heart, but he is not exactly jovial. That may have to do with being constantly backstabbed and betrayed by everyone except Daxter.
* GoodWingsEvilWings: He has glowing tentacle energy wings in Light form.
* GutturalGrowler: Once he starts speaking, he uses a growling voice, though not nearly as raspy as Torn's.
* HeroicLineage: He is a descendant of [[spoiler:the "great warrior" Damas and the founder of Haven City, Mar.]]
* HeroicMime: In the first game. Careful observations of the cutscenes in the first game shows that, several times, he ''tries'' to start talking before getting interrupted. At some point he just gives up and goes along with everything. (He ''does'' say "Ouch!" sometimes when he takes a hit, but the voice is notably deeper and goofier than his voice in ''II'' onward.) Lampshaded multiple times in the sequel by Daxter:
--> "Say something! Just this once!"
--> "Er, sorry. He's new to the whole 'conversation' thing."
--> "Maybe this guy's a mute, like you used to be."
* HeroWithBadPublicity: Is constantly painted as a bad guy by those in power, culminating in Veger having him kicked out of Haven even though Jak and Daxter saved the city.
* HornedHumanoid: As Dark Jak in ''II'', though strangely enough not in ''3''.
* {{Jerkass}}: At the start of Jak ll due to being cruelly turned into a human guinea pig for two years straight. He slowly mellows out, dips back into it in ''3'' (and for a ''very'' good reason) and then mellows out again.
* JerkassHasAPoint: In ''Jak 3'', Jak coldly rejecting Ashelin's offer to return to Haven may have been extremely unheroic, but he's completely in the right to be angry about how he was made into a scapegoat for the Metal Head invasion and banished to the wasteland for it, [[DudeWheresMyRespect despite saving their asses from the initial invasion and killing the Metal Head Leader.]]
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Is oftentimes rude, unmannered, and pissed off, but his conscience always gets the better of him.
* LightIsGood: Light Jak, which uses Light Eco.
* LimitBreak: Dark Jak is treated as such in ''II''. Less so in the third game, but it does have some very strong abilities capable of wiping out waves of enemies in seconds.
* LongHairedPrettyBoy: In ''II''. In the opening cutscene of ''3''; Jak is [[ImportantHaircut forced to cut it short]] so that he could survive in the desert.
* LukeIAmYourFather: [[spoiler:Subverted. Damas tells Jak to look for his son, Mar. Said son just so happens to be wearing the same amulet that a younger Jak was wearing. Jak puts it together almost immediately... but Damas dies before Jak can tell him.]]
* MulticoloredHair: Jak's yellow hair has green roots. His facial hair and eyebrows are also green.
* MyNaymeIs: Take the very common name Jack and subtract a "c." (As stated in [[http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/10/04/rising-to-greatness-the-history-of-naughty-dog?page=10 this article]], "Jak" is South African, which "in addition to its Japanese-styled art (...) is another example of the series' multicultural slant.")
* NoodleIncident: Who knows what happened with that wumpbee nest on his ninth birthday? We'll never know.
* OneManArmy: Fully capable of taking on endless waves of Krimzon Guards and the Metal Heads by himself.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: [[spoiler:Jak was originally named Mar, after his ancestor.]]
* ParentalAbandonment: As explained in the third game, Jak "never knew [his] father". [[spoiler: His father turns out to be Damas. His mother's fate (or even name) is left unmentioned, though she's likely dead given that Damas is single when met. She might have been killed when Praxis took over, or died out in the wastes.]]
* PerpetualFrowner: Though he is becoming more lively.
* PersonOfMassDestruction: Simply being armed with his morph gun makes him this (the thing has a ''mini nuke''), but his Dark form especially is capable of wreaking havoc and taking out dozens of enemies just by punching the ground.
* PhlebotinumRebel: After being involuntarily experimented on during the two years between the first and second games.
* PowerGivesYouWings: One of the last upgrades Jak gains for his Light Eco SuperMode.
* QuickDraw: Pulls out his morph gun and puts it back in less than a second.
* RedOniBlueOni: Jak is the blue to Daxter's red, while he is the red to Keira's blue.
* SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan: The Manly Man to Daxter's Sensitive Guy.
* TheSpeechless: In ''TPL'', he only occasionally says "ouch" or yells when he falls a long way.
* ShoutOut: Jak's crouch jump animation and spin attack should look extremely familiar if you've played a certain other Naughty Dog franchise.
* SilentSnarker: In the first game, his moods are conveyed through very animated facial expressions.
* TheStoic: He rarely shows any emotion except from the usual teen angst and anger.
* SuddenlyVoiced: From the second game onward, he starts talking. His first line ("I'm gonna kill Praxis!") was treated as especially shocking to Daxter.
* SugarAndIcePersonality: From Jak 2 onwards, as he gradually warms up to his companions.
* SuperMode: His Light and Dark forms. Dark Jak makes him invulnerable while letting him tear enemies to shreds while Light Jak provides him with utility-based powers such as healing and [[TimeMaster time control]].
* SuperpoweredEvilSide: Dark Jak from the second game onwards. The third adds a Superpowered ''Good'' side to contrast.
* TookALevelInBadass: Following the switchover from ''TPL'' to ''II'', though that was because of Dark Eco experimentation. However, even with that, Jak becomes noticeably harder to kill and grittier in his attitude.
* TookALevelInJerkass: In both cases [[JustifiedTrope it's actually justified.]] The first time, Jak spent two years getting tortured and getting injected with Dark Eco which takes a toll on his personality. The second time, he's exiled by the very city he previously saved. Both times he eventually mellows out.
* TriggerHappy: Chiding Krew for his love for weapons comes across as slightly hypocritical considering how much Jak loves his {{BFG}}.
* TroubledButCute: Badass jerkass with a heart of gold facing two years of wrongful imprisonment, experimentation, torture, exile, and [[spoiler:the death of his father]].
* UsedToBeASweetKid: The first game showed that Jak wasn't always the bitter, rude jerk he grew up to be.
* WarriorPrince: Jak 3 reveals that [[spoiler:he's the son of Damas, thus making him the true heir of Haven City]].
* WingedHumanoid: As Light Jak, he gains tentacle wings.
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: Baron Praxis specifically warns Jak that although the Dark Eco has imbued him with great power, it will eventually drive him insane.
* WolverineClaws: Dark Jak can gain these, which increases his melee damage.
* YinYangBomb: Jak gains both Dark Eco and Light Eco powers. Though not referring to him directly, he is even told that "the two types, light and dark, when combined form great energies."
* YoungerThanTheyLook: [[FanWank Many a fan]] was under the impression that he was in his early twenties in the second game, until the official stats in ''Jak X'' revealed he was only 17 then. His bio on the official ''Jak X'' site states that "Jak from ''Jak 3'' is a seasoned hero, with etched lines on his face that show the many challenges he's overcome." About the 19-year-old Jak from ''Jak X'' it's said that "his once youthful face now shows the wear and tear of a hero."
** Also, in the first game, Jak looks and sounds (when he yells) to be at least around 18 years old. Jak X's bio for his first incarnation reveals that he was only 15.

[[caption-width-right:250:"You can call me ''Orange Lightning!'' Za-za-zing!" ]]
->Voiced By: Max Casella (English), Teiyuu Ichiryuusai (Japanese)

The sidekick, at least at first. His ego is enormous, and he is always telling tall tales, mostly about his adventures with Jak, although he stretches the truth to make him seem like the hero. His friends seem to like Jak better than him (for the most part), but they just can't resist his unique charm... though he still irritates them to some degree. Most consider him to be a nuisance and a coward, but they're wrong (well, at least about the coward part).

%%* AllMenArePerverts: Hits on or flirts with pretty much every woman he meets. Even in the the first game there's cut dialogue of him calling Kiera a "sweet lookin' babe."
* AndYourRewardIsClothes: In universe. [[spoiler:What do ThePrecursors grant him? Pants.]]
* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: After changing into an ottsel, only his gloves and goggles are left of his original outfit.
* BadassBoast: Too bad he's a two-foot-tall mustelid, otherwise people might believe him.
* BadassDriver: The Class Two Race in ''Jak II'', and after buying him from the Secrets Shop in ''Jak X''.
** There's also a mission where he rides ''a missile'' in Jak 3.
* BalefulPolymorph: If you didn't play the first game, you probably don't know that Daxter was once human, and the whole point of the first game was changing him back... which obviously didn't happen, to the joy of fans everywhere.
* BeastAndBeauty: Obviously the "beast" part of his relationship with Tess, though since ''she's'' the protective one, it's a subversion.
* BerserkButton: Daxter will get really mad with anyone who hurts Jak, whether physically or mentally, and lives to brag about it (such as Veger). This is even lampshaded in-game.
* BlessedWithSuck: [[spoiler:At first. He eventually accepts his ottsel state, if not because he's essentially taken the form of a god.]]
* ButtMonkey: This is lampshaded in the second game, when Daxter refuses to climb up a totem pole and get an artifact. Of course, when Jak manages to grab it, the pole collapses, and one piece falls onto the poor ottsel.
-->'''Daxter:''' It's a curse, isn't it!?
* CantHoldHisLiquor: Daxter gets drunk off his ass in Jak II. Possibly justified since 1) he's small, and 2) he chugged a lot of booze in less than a minute. He seems to have learned his lesson, as we don't see him get drunk again. He also gets props for sobering up pretty quickly (and with no hangover, either).
** He gets an AlcoholHic while intoxicated as well.
* CaptainObvious: Noted in ''TPL'', often stating how to defeat enemies ''after'' the player has tried for the first time.
* CowardlyLion: In spite of his usual desire to leave the conflict entirely, he never leaves Jak's side even though he's terrified of dying.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: while quick to boast and equally quick to shrink from any actual danger, he's never left Jak's side and even has a few moments of his own to shine.
* DeadpanSnarker: On occasion. Normally, he's all snark with a [[LargeHam side of ham.]]
* {{Deuteragonist}}: He is half of the first game's title after all.
* {{Expy}}: He's an orange animal creature with fingerless gloves in a Naughty Dog game. He's basically Franchise/CrashBandicoot if he could talk.
* FunnyBackgroundEvent: A frequent case for him in terms of OutOfFocus as seen below, but it also applies to Jak whenever he enters either of his two forms; When Jak enters his dark form, Daxter gives takes up a feral posture; Light Jak however makes him puts his hands together in a serene prayer stance.
* GameOverMan: Has a line for every game over except for falls, lava, and drowning.
* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: At the end of ''Jak 3''.
* IAmNotWeasel: Though he actually ''is'' part-wessel, Daxter has been mistaken for different kinds of rodents.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Mostly this in the first game. He spends a lot of time pulling witty wisecracks and jerkish behaviour but is generally a loyal and good friend, especially towards the end where he chooses to save the world instead of changing back to his original form.
* KillerRabbit: Daxter can kick some serious ass when he needs to. He even has floppy ears like a bunny!
%%* LargeHam
%%* LovableSexManiac
* MaleGaze: Daxter looks at Tess' boobs when they meet at the bar. At least he looked her in the face first, though.
* ManHug: An incredibly inebriated Daxter hugs Jak while slurring "I love you, man!" (Which earns him a disturbed look from Jak.)
* MarsNeedsWomen: Daxter does have an excuse, being that he used to be human.
%%* MascotWithAttitude
* MilesGloriosus: Usually.
* MixAndMatchCritter: He's an ottsel, an otter/weasel hybrid.
* MomentKiller: Little bastard has horrible timing.
* MoralityPet: He's Jak's.
* NonActionGuy: At first.
* OutOfFocus: In TLF. He's still there, but contributes surprisingly little to the plot and gets far less dialogue -- especially noticeable in the many cutscenes where he's reduced to standing around doing nothing, or providing the odd FunnyBackgroundEvent while Jak does all the talking. This is, of course, a complete reversal of their original roles.
* PhysicalGod: [[spoiler:Considering he's taken the form of a precursor.]]
* PlayfulOtter: A clever character who's half-otter.
* QuickDraw: Whenever Jak is on a Zoomer.
* RedOniBlueOni: The red oni to Jak's blue oni.
* RidingTheBomb: One of his more badass moments.
* SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan: The Sensitive Guy to Jak's Manly Man.
%%* SideKick
* SirSwearsALot: Starting with the DarkerAndEdgier (and T-rated) sequel.
* SlasherSmile: Oddly enough.
* SnarkyNonHumanSidekick
* SuperpoweredEvilSide: In ''TLF''. [[spoiler:He becomes about eight feet tall and has unbelievably {{Narm}}y bunny ears.]]
%%* TalkingAnimal: Duh.
* TookALevelInBadass: Daxter's change is subtle and usually ignored, but it's there.
* TriggerHappy: Whenever he gets a chance to use the damn thing.
* UndyingLoyalty: To his HeterosexualLifePartner Jak (albeit not without complaints).
* WeaselMascot: He's technically half-weasel and an otter, but serves this purpose for the franchise.

[[folder:Keira Hagai]]
[[caption-width-right:222:"I can win it all!"]]
->Voiced By: Anna Garduno (The Precursor Legacy - Jak II), Creator/TaraStrong (Jak 3 - The Lost Frontier)
->Voiced By (Japanese): Kyouko Hiyami

A gifted mechanic, inventor, and racer, Keira is an invaluable help. She invents both the Zoomer and the Jet-Board. She is courageous, kind and independent, though she exhibits some jealousy whenever a rival for Jak's affections shows up. She's not a fighter in a "bash-your-skull-in" sense, but she's willing to get out on the track and blow things up.

* AdrenalineMakeover: She ''finally'' gets a new outfit in ''TLF'', where she accompanies Jak and Daxter on their newest adventure. Somewhat an [[InvertedTrope inverted example]] of the usual trope as it's much ''less'' revealing than the outfit she'd worn for the previous 4 games.
* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Keira develops a crush on Erol in the second game. Subverted as she [[spoiler:refuses to believe that he is actually evil, causing her to nearly break up with Jak]].
* AllThereInTheManual: Her surname, Hagai.
* BadassDriver: ''Jak X''.
* BareYourMidriff: Her standard outfit until ''The Lost Frontier''.
* BettyAndVeronica: The Betty.
* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: The Gentle Girl to Jak's Brooding Boy.
* DaddysGirl: And she's not happy about it.
* DemotedToExtra: Briefly in ''3''. She returns to prominence in ''X'' and ''especially'' in ''The Lost Frontier''.
* FanserviceCover: She appeared on an issue of ''Playstation Magazine" in a SexySantaDress. Kinda creepy when you consider the fact that she was fourteen at the time.
* FauxActionGirl: In ''The Lost Frontier''. Ashelin she ain't.
* FirstGirlWins: She was Jak's love interest from the very beginning, though the role was given to Ashelin in ''Jak 3''. ''Jak X'' fixed this, possibly due to fan outrage.
%%* GreenEyes
* GunsAkimbo: After her aforementioned AdrenalineMakeover.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: When it comes to Erol.
%%* MadScientistsBeautifulDaughter
%%* MsFanservice
* NerdsAreSexy: Erol to Keira.
* OneOfTheBoys: Her oldest (and presumably closest) friends are Jak and Daxter, and she likes to tinker with machines.
* RedOniBlueOni: Keira serves as the blue to Jak's red.
* WrenchWench: For vehicles.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Her green and blue hair.

[[folder:Samos Hagai]]
[[caption-width-right:144:"Be watchful of those in front of you, but beware of those behind."]]
->Voiced By: Warren Burton (English), [[Creator/IchiroNagai Ichirou Nagai]] (Japanese)

The Sage of Green Eco and one of the wisest men on the planet (if he does say so himself), he acts as a father figure for Jak and Daxter. He applauds Jak's heroism while scolding Daxter's ridiculous antics, though he does realize that Daxter is a big help to Jak. He is very protective of Keira, his only child. He is absolutely enthralled with the mystery of the Precursors.

* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: Has green skin.
* BigGood: Although this role is reduced in the later games.
%%* CynicalMentor
* EccentricMentor: Although not as nice as the former trope namer (Dumbledore).
* FutureMeScaresMe: Averted, as he and his younger self just bicker all the time.
* GuestStarPartyMember: Twice in the second game as his younger self. His older self also serves as a guest in one of the missions.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He insults Daxter all the time, but he is overall a good guy.
* OverprotectiveDad: Though, it's perfectly reasonable: he wants his daughter to stay in the garage fixing cars, not out on the track getting shot at.
* ParentalSubstitute: He is a father figure for Jak and Daxter.
* RebelLeader: As the Shadow.
* TeamDad: His age makes him more like the Team Grandpa, though.

->Voiced By: Cutter Mitchell (English), Creator/RikiyaKoyama (Japanese)

A higher-up in the Underground, a resistance movement against Baron Praxis. He is normally calm, cool, and collected, but he also has a hint of rage in his personality that tends to come out when he's anxious. While he at first was distrustful of Jak and Daxter, they both eventually earn his respect.

* BadassNormal: He only takes part in one mission in the series.
* BadassDriver: ''Jak X''.
* BetaCouple: With Ashelin.
* DaChief: Of the New Krimzon Guard and its successor, the Freedom League.
%%* FacialMarkings
* EscortMission: Near the end of the third game, you're required to protect Torn (who joins as a GuestStarPartyMember) from a horde of enemies until he reaches the Metal Head nest.
%%* GoodIsNotNice
%%* GunsAkimbo
* GutturalGrowler: He has an intensely gravelly voice.
%%* {{Handguns}}
* HeelFaceTurn: He was a Krimzon Guard before the events of ''Jak II''.
* KnightInSourArmor: Subverted. He's certainly rough around the edges and is far from the WideEyedIdealist, but he's ultimately a part of the Underground simply because he believes in the cause.
* MissionControl: For Underground and Freedom League missions in ''Jak II'' and ''Jak 3'' respectively.
%%* PermaStubble
* SadisticChoice: Okay, Torn: Ashelin or the Underground? Pick one.

[[caption-width-right:200: "Keep talking and I'll raise your voice a couple of octaves."]]
->Voiced By: Creator/SusanEisenberg (English), Creator/YuuAsakawa (Japanese)

The daughter of Baron Praxis is a fiery redhead who takes nothing from nobody. She has always relied solely on herself, and doesn't like to trust her life to anyone else, but once Jak and Daxter enter her life, she finds herself making more friends.

%%* ActionGirl
* BadassDriver: In ''Jak X''
%%* BadassNormal
* BareYourMidriff: Ashelin never met a full shirt she liked, although the racing jacket she wears in ''Jak X'' covers a ''bit'' more at least.
* BetaCouple: With Torn.
* BettyAndVeronica: The Veronica, for one game anyway.
* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler:Subverted. Ashelin temporarily sides with her father after he obtains the Precursor Stone, but when Vin reveals to her that it would destroy everything, she rejoins Jak.]]
* FacialMarkings: Facial tattoos that mark her as a member of the Krimzon Guard.
* FieryRedhead: Very fiery. Also very red.
%%* FiringOneHanded
* GuestStarPartyMember: Ashelin fights alongside you in several battles, making her among the most active guests.
%%* {{Handguns}}
* {{Ojou}}: She's the Baron's daughter. She may not exactly be ''refined,'' but she's certainly stoic and dignified, if coarse.
* MsFanservice: Between her [[BareYourMidriff bare midriff]], impressive bust, exposed thighs and obvious thong strings visible above her beltline, Ashelin is absolutely unchallenged as the sexiest girl in the series.
* PromotedToLoveInterest: In the third game, so some degree; this was left behind in ''Jak X'', though.
** She did flirt with Jak in the second game a few times, so the promotion didn't come [[StrangledByTheRedString out of nowhere]].
* RebelliousPrincess: She takes this to extremes by being a double agent for the Underground, who is working to topple the Baron's rule.
* SexyWalk: Mixed with MaleGaze as the camera tends to focus on her butt while she's doing it.
* SignificantGreenEyedRedhead: Probably the second-most important female character in the series after Keira, and [[OutOfFocus sometimes]] even more than her.
* StatuesqueStunner: 6 foot exact.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: The only female Krimzon Guard we see, she wears a "uniform" like this. ''Jak X'' adds some more cloth to her outfit.

->Voiced By: Britton A. Hill (English), Creator/YumiTouma (Japanese)

This member of the Underground specializes in gun design and runs the shooting range. She's courageous, feisty, and willing to help on the front lines however she can. She's a true-blue blonde, absolutely in love with cute fuzzy things, especially Daxter, and seems to believe all of his outlandish tales.

* BarefootCartoonAnimal: [[spoiler:As an Ottsel.]]
%%* BareYourMidriff
* BeastAndBeauty: The "beauty" component of her relationship with Daxter. Subverted because ''she'' is the protective one.
* DirtyHarriet: Slight aversion: Tess works as a barmaid (and ''nothing else'') at Krew's bar in order to pass his secrets to Torn and the Underground.
* DumbBlonde: Usually.
%%* MsFanservice
%%* GeniusDitz
%%* SmallGirlBigGun
* TookALevelInBadass: She goes from {{Fanservice}} to an expert weapon designer.
%%* WhoWearsShortShorts
* WrenchWench: For weapons.

->Voiced By: Creator/PhilLaMarr (English), [[Creator/JojiNakata Jouji Nakata]] (Japanese)

This Wastelander hunts Metal Heads for fun and uses their trophies for his armor. Even though he's a hardcore fighter, he has a sensitive side, but it's well hidden from outsiders. He's more than ready to rumble, especially if his friends need help. When Jak impresses him with his sharp-shooting, it signals the beginning of what becomes a good friendship. He even comes to respect Daxter, complimenting his story-telling prowess.

* AwesomeMomentOfCrowning: [[spoiler:At the end of ''3'', he becomes the new king of Spargus City.]]
* BadassDriver: In ''Jak X''.
%%* BadassNormal
* EscortMission: Always takes place in these.
%%* GreenEyes
* GuestStarPartyMember: Sig is more likely to serve as a guest than any other character.
* IWantThemAlive: [[spoiler:About Krew, who Jak has already killed. Sorry, big guy.]]
* MommasBoy: Possibly. "She'd give me a warm glass of yakow milk... and my little Poopsie Bear..."
* NotQuiteDead: [[spoiler:Sig seems to be killed by a Metalpede at the end of Jak II. He reappears triumphantly at the party in the outro, in perfect health. Which, in hindsight, makes Vin's serious offscreen death even ''more'' depressing than when the player was made to think both he and Sig were dead.]]
* PhraseCatcher: Whenever Sig makes his entrance (or, at one point, exit), Jak and Daxter tend to [[SayMyName shout "Sig!"]] in unison.

[[caption-width-right:239:"Birds do not school. They flock. [[PrecisionFStrike So]] [[FlippingTheBird flock]] [[JustForPun off]]!"]]
->Voiced By: Chris Cox (English), Creator/WataruTakagi (Japanese)

This monkaw is wise, but at times can act like an idiot. A rather odious individual, he often twists Onin's words to his own liking, summarizing them in an impolite manner. He's cowardly, only looks out for himself, and is constantly changing alliances.

* BadassDriver: In ''Jak X''. Only after buying him from the Secrets Shop, though.
* EmbarrassingFirstName: Duh. Even Jak started to crack up when he first heard that. To Daxter's credit, he hasn't made any dick jokes... yet.
* PollyWantsAMicrophone: He actually gets one in ''Jak X''.
%%* SourSupporter

Onin is a blind soothsayer who speaks in hand gestures, interpreted by Pecker, who sits in her bowl-like hat. She is very wise, but sometimes "speaks" in riddles.

%%* BlindSeer
%%* ProphetEyes
* SilentSnarker: Especially when Pecker is attempting to translate her messages.
%%* TheVoiceless

!The Precursor Legacy

[[folder:Blue Sage]]
[[caption-width-right:320:"Good work, fellows! Old Samos was right about you!"]]
->Voiced By: John Di Crosta
The Blue Sage is a master of blue eco, he lived in and watched over Rock Village until he was captured by Gol Acheron and Maia Acheron along with the other sages to power an ancient Precursor robot. After he was rescued by Jak and Daxter he helped by using his powers with the other sages to break the force field surrounding the robot. After the final battle, the Blue Sage thanked Jak for saving him and made a note of his "amazing talent for channeling eco."

* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: Has blue skin.
* BadassMustache: Sports a ''lightning-shaped'' white mustache.
* GadgeteerGenius: Created a levitation machine to lift a boulder blocking the pathway to the evil Lurker Klaww. The warrior of the village even refers to him has a mechanical genius.
* HighClassGlass: Wears a monocle.
* MagicStaff: He channels blue eco through a metal staff with a glowing blue glass ball on the end.
* MotorMouth: His rapid-fire manner of speech and excitable personality reflect the characteristics of the eco he studies.
* NiceGuy: Out of the four sages, he's the most appreciative of Jak's efforts in rescuing him.
* NiceHat: Wears a large overturned bowl-shaped hat with several antennae sticking out, said bowl is connected to a small barrel on his left wrist by a tube.
* TheProfessor
* RubeGoldbergDevice: His lab is full of them.


[[folder:Red Sage]]
[[caption-width-right:320:"Heh heh heh heh...! You've finally come to rescue me! Do you know how long I've been in here? Heh heh heh...! What are your names?"]]
->Voiced By: Sherman Howard
The Red Sage is a master of red eco who lived in the Volcanic Crater until he was captured by Gol and Maia to power their Precursor robot. According to Maia the sage did not resist at all when he was captured (although the state of his lab would imply a brief scuffle). After Jak freed him eventually he congratulated them on their success and combined his power with the other three sages to break the force shield surrounding the Precursor Robot. At the end of the game, he commented on Keira's potential to become a sage...

* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: It's hard to tell except for his face, but he has red skin.
* BadassMustache
* BigFun
* MellowFellow: Despite specializing in red eco (one of the more aggressive types of eco)the Red Sage seems to be a rather calm laid-back person.
* OldMaster: He is shown to be wise and courteous, giving credit to Daxter and Keira for their efforts.
* SuperStrength: Possibly considering he's the master of red eco.


[[folder:Yellow Sage]]
The Yellow Sage is a master of yellow eco who lived next to Gol and Maia's citadel until he was captured by them to power their Precursor robot. He doesn't seem very grateful to Jak rescuing him, simply embarassed that a boy and his rat had to rescue him, as well as contemplating to eat Daxter.

* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: Has yellow skin.
* {{BFG}}: Carries a yellow eco powered rifle.


[[folder:Gol and Maia Acheron]]
[[caption-width-right:320:"Enjoy your front-row seats to the re-creation of the world!"]]

These siblings are '''''THE''''' advertisement as to why you should keep ''as far as is humanely and sanely possible'' from Dark Eco. Gol Acheron, the Sage of Dark Eco, and his sister, Maia, are the villains of the first installment.

!Tropes pertaining to both siblings:
* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: Both siblings have blue skin and white hair.
* BigBadDuumvirate: They seem to get along quite well.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Quite probably because [[spoiler:they're dead. Even if they did survive being submerged in Dark Eco, they were left at a point where they would have to contend with hordes of Metal heads while the main plot moved centuries into the future.]] Still, they're never even mentioned again.
* DisneyVillainDeath: Both get thrown into the Dark Eco silo and are sealed forever.
* HumongousMecha: Their master plan involves getting one of these made from Precursor technology. The FinalBoss is the one they finally get their hands on.
* InformedAttribute: How powerful they are in person. They apparently beat the other four sages without much difficulty, but we never get to see how much trouble they are on their own.
* InTheirOwnImage: Their master plan is to beak open the Dark Eco silos and use the massive amounts of the stuff within to remake the world as they see fit.
* HalfIdenticalTwins: Although not revealed in-game, according to the old Naughty Dog website, they are twins.
* PowerFloats: They seem to be the only sages besides Samos capable of sustained levitation; they're never seen touching the ground once.
* StarterVillain: Of the series.
* {{Teleportation}}: Both are capable of this.
* ThisIsYourBrainOnEvil: Gol and Maia were performing Dark Eco experiments, and exposure to the stuff eventually [[FaceHeelTurn twisted them mad]]. They had apparently [[EvilFormerFriend lived in harmony with the other sages until this point]].
* UncertainDoom: Although Gol and Maia were presumed dead as the robot's remains sunk into the silo, this remained somewhat ambiguous as Samos stated that "the dark eco ''probably'' destroyed them....''probably''..."
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: The two ''really'' shouldn't have been messing around with Dark Eco.

!Gol Acheron
[[caption-width-right:320:"You were wrong, Samos. Dark eco can be controlled! We've learned its secrets. And now we can reshape the world to our liking!"]]
->Voiced By: Dee Snider (English), Masa'aki Tsukada (Japanese).
More calculated than his sister, Gol disregarded the advice of Samos concerning Dark Eco, which inevitably led to his own downfall. Despite the obvious devastating effects of dark Eco, he believes that the twisted world he envisions will be a beautiful one, because he "has seen the true powers of dark Eco"

* DrunkOnTheDarkSide
* EvilIsHammy: Gol has his moments.
* EvilIsNotAToy
* EvilMakesYouUgly: Much less attractive than his sister, possibly due to him being more corrupted than her.
* EvilOldFolks: Gol appears to be an elderly man, though whether he was already this old his age or if it was due to his long exposure to dark eco is unknown.
* OffstageVillainy: He and Maia were able to capture the other sages rather easily.
* RedRightHand: He wears a glove on his right hand which has several tubes entering his skin, its purpose is unknown.
* ShoutOut: Gol is voiced by Music/TwistedSister frontman, Dee Snider. This is referenced in the final boss fight when Gol exclaims: "We're not gonna take it!"
* VaderBreath: All that Dark Eco experimentation doesn't look like it was any good for Gol's lungs.
* VoiceOfTheLegion: Unlike Maia, Gol has a heavily distorted voice, and his breathing is labored, suggesting his exposure to dark eco could have been more severe or more prolonged.
* YouDontLookLikeYou: His appearance prior to his exposure to dark eco is not known, but Samos barely recognized him at first, suggesting that the changes that he underwent were quite substantial.

!Maia Acheron
[[caption-width-right:320:"The Red Sage gave up with so little effort. No fun at all."]]
->Voiced By: Jennifer Hagood (English), [[Creator/YokoSoumi Youko Soumi]](Japanese).
Like her brother, she did not heed Samos' advice and assisted Gol in experimenting with Dark Eco and was driven insane with him, though their affectionate sibling relationship remained. While she may not have been exposed to dark eco as long as him; however, she is just as mentally infected as him.

* AbsoluteCleavage: Have you ''seen'' her outfit?!
* BloodKnight: Maia appears to be a little more sadistic than her brother (though Gol was more corrupted than Maia), encouraging the Lurker army to "deal harshly with anyone that strays from the village" as well as making numerous remarks about the kidnapping of the sages, noting that the lack of resistance from the Red Sage was "no fun at all".
* DrunkOnTheDarkSide
* EvilBrit: In accent, if nothing else.
* EvilLaugh: Gives a rather chilling one after saying she and her brother "have big plans for [Samos]".
* EvilIsNotAToy
* EvilIsSexy: Unlike her brother, she's still quite attractive.
* FacialMarkings: She has two patches of a darker color on either side of her face, whether this is face paint or a result of the dark eco corruption is unknown.
* OffstageVillainy: She and Gol were able to capture the other sages rather easily, although Maia mentions that the Red Sage, who is the strongest of the four, gave up with little effort.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: She wears a Precursor metal corset on her upper body and nothing else.


!Jak II

[[folder:Baron Praxis]]
->Voiced By: Creator/ClancyBrown (English), [[Creator/DaisukeGori Daisuke Gouri]] (Japanese)

The ruthless, tyrannical ruler of Haven City. Ashelin's father.

* AbusiveParents: At one point, he outright threatens to [[OffingTheOffspring kill Ashelin]] if the Underground doesn't hand over the Precursor Stone; Torn, Jak, and Daxter are in agreement that had Torn not handed it over, Praxis would've done it.
%%* AristocratsAreEvil
* BigBad: ''Jak II'' is about your RoaringRampageOfRevenge against him, with the greater threat of the Metal Heads (initially) taking back stage.
* BigBadWannabe: Plans to best the Metal Heads, who put him in his place when it hit the fan.
%%* BadassMoustache
* DespotismJustifiesTheMeans: All he cares about is staying in power, even if he has to bribe the Metal Heads into attacking the city to justify his tyranny.
* TheEmpire: He and his Krimzon Guard.
* EyepatchOfPower: His bionic eye.
* FacialHorror: Had half of his face replaced after a failed attack on the Metal Head nest left him injured.
* KnightTemplar: The Metal Heads won't win, even if he has to arrange for everyone to lose.
%%* LargeHam
%%* LordErrorProne
* MonsterProtectionRacket: Bribes the Metal Heads into attacking the city ''just'' enough to justify his tyrannical means.
* NotSoWellIntentionedExtremist: He claims his tyrannical rule is necessary to protect against the Metal Heads, only to have it revealed he's bribing them into attacking the city to justify his rule. Even his ultimate plan to backstab them is because [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness the deal's about to fall apart]].
* PragmaticVillainy: His concern for protecting the city is for the sole sake of holding on to power.
%%* RedEyesTakeWarning
%% * TheSociopath:
%%* TacticalSuicideBoss
* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: He wanted to use a bomb that can ''destroy the universe'' to blow up the Metal Head Nest... yeah.
* TheUnfettered: No quams about doing anything, including threatening to kill ''his own daughter'', to get what he wants.
%%* TheUsurper

->Voiced By: David Herman (English), Creator/DaisukeKishio (Japanese)

The commander of the Krimzon Guard and Praxis's right-hand man, this ruthless KG was the best racer in the city until Jak came along.

* BackFromTheDead: [[spoiler:Returns as a cyborg in the third game]].
* BigBad: [[spoiler:In the third game]].
* CyberneticsEatYourSoul: [[spoiler:In the third game, the only parts of him that ''aren't'' machinery are his right hand and the left side of his face.]]
* TheDragon: To Baron Praxis [[spoiler:and later to the Dark Makers]].
%%* DragonAscendant
* DrivenByEnvy: His envy towards Jak for [[spoiler:winning back Keira's respect after a nasty near-break up]] causes Erol to attempt to run over Jak with his bike, which [[spoiler:results in him crashing into barrels of Dark Eco and becoming a cyborg]].
%%* GreenEyedMonster
* EvilCounterpart: To Torn. To a slightly lesser extent, Jak too.
%%* EvilRedhead
* {{Jerkass}}: Particularly the charming, handsome, arrogant dickish type.
* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler:He crashes into a stash of Eco and explodes when trying to run Jak over with a zoomer. Subverted because he is revealed to be alive in the third game.]]
* OmnicidalManiac: [[spoiler:In ''Jak 3''.]]
* TheRival: Is this to Jak in racing and winning Keira's affections.
%%* SmugSnake
* {{Sadist}}: [[spoiler: He hopes to have Keira's heart and eventually kill Jak.]]
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: [[spoiler:In ''Jak II'' it's spelled Erol, in ''3'' Errol.]]
* TookALevelInJerkass: He's a massive tool in the second game, [[spoiler:but he's much worse in the third]].
%%* VillainousBreakdown
* VillainousCrush: Implied to have one for Keira.

->Voiced By: Sherman Howard (English), Hiroshi Naka (Japanese)

This wise old man is a member of the Underground and guardian of The Kid. He is very knowledgeable in regards to Metal Heads, as he ''is'' the leader of the Metal Heads.

* BigBad: [[spoiler:The true big bad in ''Jak II'', Baron Praxis never had a chance once he got serious.]]
* BitchInSheepsClothing: [[spoiler:Or more specifically, Metal Head in human's clothing.]]
* EvilerThanThou: [[spoiler:Kills Baron Praxis, usurping his role as big bad right before the finale of ''Jak II''.]]
* GrayEyes: [[spoiler:Subverted. He seems to be perfectly innocent until he's revealed to be the Metal Head Leader.]]
* GreaterScopeVillain: [[spoiler:He's the reason for the crapsack state of the world, provides the motive of the big bad throughout ''Jak II'', and the reason Jak was sent back in time for the first game, and the reason he was sent into the future at the start of the second. It takes until the finale to personally threaten Jak and company.]]
* MeaningfulName: His name sounds like the word "Core". [[spoiler:This is an early hint toward his leadership of the Metal Heads.]]
* RedRightHand: His facial hair and the gem on his forehead hint at his true identity.
* TheReveal: [[spoiler:He's really the Metal Head Leader in disguise.]]
%%* TreacherousAdvisor
* VoiceOfTheLegion: [[spoiler:Lighter than most examples, but it's there.]]
* WalkingSpoiler: '''''Far''''' from the nice guy he first seems.

[[folder:The Kid]]
The heir to the throne of Haven City, this adorable child doesn't go anywhere without his pet crocadog, who likes no one but the boy.

* ChekhovsGunman: The Kid is the heir to the throne of Haven City, but that's not why he's important. It's because [[spoiler:he's Jak]].
* EscortMission: At one point, you are required to take the boy to Vin. Due to his young age, he does not become a GuestStarPartyMember.
* FriendToAllLivingThings: The snarling, unpleasant crocodog he keeps around seems to adore him [[spoiler:and Jak]].
%%* FutureBadass
* FutureMeScaresMe: [[spoiler:Averted: he takes a shine to Jak.]]

->Voiced By: Willliam Minkin (English), [[Creator/{{Chafurin}} Chafuurin]] (Japanese)

This Jabba the Hutt look-alike runs the Hip Hog Heaven Saloon. He was a gang lord in Kras City before he came to Haven. He is obsessed with weapons.

* AffablyEvil: Downplayed. He's a unscrupulous dude but relatively honest about it, and while he doesn't get along with Daxter (he's hardly alone there), he treats Jak well enough and seems LaughablyEvil most of the time. Notably, it's Jak who provokes a fight with ''him'' in the end; he was perfectly fine with bribing you to look the other way with his EvilPlan.
* TheChessmaster: In ''Jak II'', he's manipulating the Underground, the Baron, ''and'' the Metal Heads for his own profit. [[spoiler:He's giving the Underground information about the Baron's dealings with the Metal Heads in return for favours, among which he has Jak retrieve the ruby key from the statue of Mar. The key he uses to sell the entire city out to the Metal Heads by opening a tunnel to the city through the underport. However, at the same time, he's helping the Baron build the Piercer Bomb and planning to use it along with the Precursor Stone to destroy the Metal Head nest, suggesting that he didn't really plan on letting the Metal Heads take the city. Even if they had destroyed the city, Krew's crime empire extended itself to Kras City, making it probably easy for him to recover from Haven's potential destruction]]. He also shows an impressive posthumous talent for scheming in ''Jak X'', one that [[spoiler:destroys Mizo's empire and places Krew's daughter Rayn on top of the Kras City underworld]].
* CompanionCube: Krew likes weapons a ''little'' (okay, a '''''lot''''') too much.
* TheDragon: Krew becomes one to Praxis following [[spoiler:Erol's DisneyDeath]], but Krew [[TheStarscream has other ideas]].
* EvilBrit: He speaks with a distinct Cockney accent.
* FatBastard: He's so fat that he needs a personal hovercraft to move around.
* ImAHumanitarian: The credits for ''Jak II'', where the characters speak like they're actors. Krew proudly says he "slimmed down" to 520 for his role, and it was thanks to his personal trainer. Krew then admits that he ate him, as if it were a slip in his otherwise strict diet.
* JerkWithAHeartOfJerk: Although Krew does treat Jak well throughout the game, in the end, he only cares about the profits from his shady deals.
* LackOfEmpathy: When five of his mercenaries were swept away with an artifact he wants, he laments that it was a great loss... Because the artifact was incredibly valuable, not at all caring about the mercenaries, who presumably drowned in the process.
* MeaningfulName: At least for the Japanese dub. The onomatopoeia "kuru-kuru" means for something to go round and round. And considering [[FatBastard what Krew is]]...
* MurderIsTheBestSolution: Averted. He tells Jak the ins and outs of his EvilPlan when confronted, and tries to pay him off with a bribe rather than resort to violence. Unfortunately for him, Jak is having none of it.
* ObiWanMoment: When he's left behind with the set-off Piercer bomb, he just mutters a calm: "Oh, well."
* TheQuisling: He sells out Haven City to the Metal Heads, though since he was also helping Praxis build the piercer bomb to destroy the Metal Head nest, he may just have been trying to profit off the Metal Heads before doublecrossing them.
* PosthumousCharacter: In ''Jak X''.
%%* TheRat
%%* RedEyesTakeWarning
* ResignationsNotAccepted: Jak finds out about the Piercer Bomb, and Krew tries to bribe him off with a gun upgrade to silence him. Jak refuses and proclaims he is done being a lackey, causing Krew to attack him to avoid being exposed.
* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: In ''Jak X'', the holographic will he left Jak after his death knows full well that they'd refuse to help Rayn and tells them that he poisoned their wine, even giving them a moment to be outraged.
* VaderBreath: Due to being horrifically out of shape.
* VerbalTic: 'ey?
* VillainousGlutton: Being a Jabba expy, he's a crime lord whose overindulgence has led to him being unable to move on his own weight.
* VillainousLegacy: In ''Jak X'', his influence kicks off the plot of the game.
* VideoWills: Krew's holographic will in ''Jak X''

[[caption-width-right:200:"Actually... ah, ahh, I think everybody's trying to kill me!"]]
->Voiced By: Robert Patrick Benedict (English), Hiroshi Yanaka (Japanese)

This computer whiz is paranoid of everything and suffers from Hora-quanophobia (fear of Metal Heads). He works for the Baron as the foreman of his eco-mining operations, but he relays information to the Underground.

* BrainUploading: [[spoiler:Vin "survives" a Metal Head attack by doing this.]]
* CoolGuns: Has his own little high-tech [[FrickinLaserBeams laser pistol]]. He's... not such a good shot.
* DemotedToExtra: In ''Jak 3'', [[spoiler:even with his prior death.]]
%%* DisneyDeath
* DistressedDude: And it's up to Jak to save him.
* GrenadeHotPotato: Thrown to him by Daxter. He promptly throws it back. Who throws it back again, [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment and so on]].
%%* HollywoodHacking
* ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: When he first meets Jak and Daxter, he shoots wildly at them, with predictable results.
* TheLoad: At least, the Baron and everyone else think so. They left him to die at the Mining Facility.
%%* NonActionGuy
* ProperlyParanoid: [[spoiler:Metal Heads proves to be ''not'' such a bad thing to be terrified to death of.]]
* ShooOutTheClowns: [[spoiler:Things start taking a turn for the dark around the time he's killed.]]
* SoundOnlyDeath: [[spoiler:Lives long enough to scream over the radio to Jak who the real BigBad is, before the Metal Heads cut him off permanently.]]

->Voiced By: Alan Blumenfeld (English), Hiroshi Iwasaki (Japanese)

Brutter owns a trinket stand in the bazaar, and tries to free his Lurker brethren from captivity. He also owns a fish cannery, and Daxter met him when on the job before he got around to releasing Jak from prison.

* BrotherChuck: See above.
* TheDitz: Though he seems fairly intelligent by Lurker standards.
* TheDreaded: Meta-example -- savvy players dread having to do ''anything'' for Brutter, because he's usually connected to missions that make the difficulty of ''Battletoads'' look forgiving!
%%* HulkSpeak
* MeaningfulName: His name is one of many Norwegian words for "brother" - appropriate, as he treats other members of his species like close siblings.
* NiceGuy: He acts very nice to almost everyone he meets, and is quick to give help after you're an honorary Lurker.
%%* ThirdPersonPerson
* WhatMeasureIsAMook: All those CannonFodder Lurkers you beat up in the first game don't seem like such bad guys now, eh?

->Voiced By: Cutter Mitchell (English), Keijin Okuda (Japanese)

Not much is known about this pyromaniac, except that he's a smoker and he loves explosives. He is quite the sarcastic guy.

%%* CigarChomper
%%* DeadpanSnarker
%%* EscortMission:
%%* FlatCharacter
%%* GreenEyes
* GuestStarPartyMember: Twice
* TheNicknamer: Calls Jak "Blondie," "Goldilocks," "Sugar," and "Pretty Boy" (among others.)

!Jak 3

[[folder:Count Veger]]
->Voiced By: Creator/PhilLaMarr

Count Veger is obsessed with "destroying all shadows" and likes everything neat and tidy, but just can't accept that life is messy. He strongly distrusts Jak and his Dark Eco abilities. In some ways, Veger means well, but he's doing things the wrong way and for all the wrong reasons.

%%* AristocratsAreEvil
* BaldOfEvil: Well, balding, but as a pretty despicable person who's going bald, he fits.
* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: He wishes to become a Precursor. [[spoiler:There were [[WeaselMascot aspects of this]] he was not expecting. Along with Kleiver taking him in as a sidekick.]]
* BigBadWannabe: He positions himself to be the biggest thorn in Jak's side, but is mostly upstaged by [[spoiler:Errol and the Dark Makers]]. Still, he [[spoiler:did set the entire plot of the trilogy in motion by kidnapping young Jak from Damas -- not half bad.]]
* ChekhovsGunman: Count Veger was mostly responsible for kicking Jak out of Haven City, but there's nothing really personal between them... [[spoiler:except for the fact that Veger knew all along that Jak was Damas's son, and in fact separated the two of them in the first place]].
* ClickHello: He pulls one of these in ''Jak 3'', though we don't hear a ''click'': he announces his presence by shouting at Jak.
* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: [[spoiler:He [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor is transformed into a tiny, furry precursor]].]]
* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: Early concept art for Count Veger shows him sporting a mustache that greatly resembles that of a [[UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler certain dictator]].
* EvenEvilHasStandards: A scene in ''Daxter'' has him arguing against the Dark Warrior Program, saying straight-up that it is a bad idea.
* FiringOneHanded: The former trope image was taken from a scene near the end where he threatens Jak.
%%* Handguns
* HateSink: He's arrogant, condescending, throws around his weight until he's disbarred, and gloats that [[spoiler:Damas never realized Jak was his son as he died]].
%%* ItsAllAboutMe
* KarmicTransformation: [[spoiler:He hates Daxter and eventually gets turned into an ottsel like him.]]
* KickTheDog: His gloating to Jak immediately after [[spoiler:Damas' death]].
* KnightTemplar: He practically ''is'' this trope: a strong supporter of [[LightIsNotGood Light Eco research]] and revealed to be [[spoiler:one of the main villains of the overall series]].
* LargeHam:
--> '''Veger''': I will rid the planet of this scourge soon enough. Pure light will rule the universe, and I will be the bright light that shines to every corner of the world and destroys all shadows!
--> '''Daxter''': Uh, excuse me, Count Vulgar...
--> '''Veger''': '''''[[MaliciousMisnaming It's Veger!]]'''''
* LastNameBasis: Maybe.
* LightIsNotGood: Thinks [[LightIsGood the opposite]], but takes it way too far.
* MaliciousMisnaming: Daxter's favorite method of annoying him.
* NotSoBadassLongcoat: While his long blue coat looks quite cool, Veger [[NonActionBigBad is not]] [[BigBadWannabe a badass]].
* ObstructiveZealot: Oh, yeah.
* SelfFulfillingProphecy: [[spoiler:The little kid he abducted from Damas for his own greedy purposes was saved from his clutches, thrust into a StableTimeLoop in which he grew up, came back to his own time, and became a grown up badass extraordinare, and had a hand in seeing all of Veger's plotting explode in his face. Now that's bad karma.]]
%%* SmugSnake
* TheChessmaster: A little, although not that great at it. [[spoiler:He was the one who had Jak taken from his father and later lost him to the Underground.]]
* TheUnfought: As much as he might like to, Jak never lays a finger on him. [[spoiler: The closest times he comes to fighting Veger are when Veger sics a Precursor robot on him (and even then, Veger doesn't stick around to watch the fight), and much later when Veger holds him up at gunpoint, but ends up being too blindsided by learning the Precursors are all Ottsels (and [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor turned into an Ottsel himself]] to do anything]].
* TwitchyEye: He gets one after TheReveal.
* VillainWithGoodPublicity: He had enough influence to get Jak removed from the city and practically blamed for everything. Unfortunately for him, the publicity doesn't last forever.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: He really wants to destroy the Metal Heads, and the Dark Makers, but does a lot of terrible things to meet that end.

->Voiced By: Creator/BumperRobinson

[[caption-width-right:200:"In the unforgiving Wasteland we value strength and survival above all."]]

The king of Spargus City, the home of refugees who were cast out of Haven City and left to die.

%%* AsskickingEqualsAuthority
* BaldOfAwesome: You know you're a badass when you lose your hair and wear bones to decorate your scalp instead.
%%* BigDamnHeroes
* DiedInYourArmsTonight: [[spoiler:He dies in the arms of his son.]]
* AFatherToHisMen: Damas truly does care for Spargus City's refuges; the best example [[spoiler:pre-climax]] is when four men are missing during a powerful sandstorm, and he sends Jak to save them. [[spoiler:One gets killed by a Dark Maker boss before Jak could reach him, however.]]
%%* TheGoodKing:
%%* GutturalGrowler
* LukeIAmYourFather: [[spoiler:Damas is Jak's father, but he doesn't live to find out.]]
* PoorCommunicationKills: [[spoiler:Damas [[LockedOutOfTheLoop never knew about the whole time travel thing]] and Jak had no reason to bring it up. Thus, neither realized that they were father and son until Jak connected the dots during Damas' LastRequest. He died before Jak could say anything.]]
%%* PurpleEyes
* RedOniBlueOni: Damas is the blue to Kleiver's red.
%%* ShouldersOfDoom
%%* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething
%%* WastelandElder

[[caption-width-right:200:"This Wastelander is gonna waste you!"]]
->Voiced By: Creator/BrianBloom

Damas's second-in-command and the self-described "guy who runs Spargus". He immediately develops an unpleasant rivalry with Jak upon meeting him.

* ExtremeOmnivore: He'll eat just about anything, but what he's really interested in is eating Daxter... [[spoiler:Or maybe Veger.]]
* FatBastard: Not as much as Krew, but still.
* {{Jerkass}}: He likes to antagonize Jak for no good reason other than to be a dick, and often sends them off on missions without context as to what they're in for, which is usually nothing good.
%%* JerkWithAHeartOfJerk
* JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope: Goes from being an unpleasant ally in ''Jak 3'' to working for Mizo in ''Jak X''.
%%* MyNaymeIs
* RedOniBlueOni: Kleiver is the red to Damas's blue.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: His shtick of giving Jak new vehicles that he can gradually use as the game goes on, antagonistic behavior toward Jak when he doesn't get his way, and [[{{FatBastard}} stature]] are fairly similar to Krew.

->Voiced by: Creator/TaraStrong

Head of Spargus' Precursor Monks. Seem is quite skeptical of Jak's status as a hero and distrusts him for his Dark Eco abilities, but comes to respect him.

* AmbiguousGender: Even Creator/NaughtyDog can't seem to be able to [[FlipFlopOfGod make up their minds]].
** Pointing towards male: Daxter refers to Seem as 'monk boy' and Seem never corrects him; the trophy for rescuing Seem at the temple is titled "dude in distress"; in the Spanish, Italian, German and French versions of the game Seem is stated to be male and is voiced by a male actor; a fan emailed Naughty Dog and the answer received was "Seem is male"; the official ''Jak 3'' website gives Seem's gender as male.
** Pointing toward female: In the English version Seem is voiced by Tara Strong; the URL showing the final concept art on Bob Rafei's website contains "Seem girl merged"; another fan emailed Naughty Dog as well and the answer they received was "Seem is a girl"; the creator commentary and official guide refer to Seem as female.
* DefrostingIceQueen: Seem despises Jak at first because of his dark powers and doesn't believe he is the true hero, but over time comes to see he is and begins to respect him.
* FacialMarkings: The red and yellow face paint resembles the head of a Precursor oracle.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: A subversion.
* TheStoic: Seem is quite no-nonsense and doesn't show much emotion.
* ThisIsReality: The second time you approach Seem, Jak is being flippant towards Seem's warning, causing Seem to snap, "This isn't a game", to which Jak and Daxter [[AsideGlance look at the player]].

!Jak X

->Voiced By: Jeannie Elias

Rayn is Krew's daughter in Kras City and the heir to his criminal empire. She befriends Jak after they are poisoned by the toast in the late Krew's honour.

%%* EvilBrit
* FamilyBusiness: Rayn can't escape her father's criminal dealings.
%%* KarmaHoudini
* ManipulativeBitch: [[spoiler:She was never actually poisoned and was manipulating Jak ino helping her build her criminal empire.]]
%%* MeaningfulName
%%* MyNaymeIs
%%* UglyGuysHotDaughter
* YouKilledMyFather: Jak killed Rayn's father and she becomes quite upset when she finds out, though she forgives him later.

[[folder:G. T. Blitz /Mizo]]
->Voiced By: Creator/PhilLaMarr

[[caption-width-right:200:"How does he keep that shine in his hair? I must know!"]]

G. T. Blitz is the less than pleasant announcer for the Kras City races. His father was one of the best racers on the planet before being murdered by the Kras City crime lord Mizo.

%%* AnnouncerChatter
* BaldOfEvil: [[spoiler:As Mizo.]]
* BigBad: [[spoiler:Mizo is the big bad of Jak X.]]
%%* spoiler:EngineeredPublicConfession
%%* {{Jerkass}}
%%* RealMenWearPink
* TheReveal: [[spoiler:G. T. Blitz and Mizo are actually the same person; the latter does not have a wig.]]
%%* SelfMadeOrphan
%%* TattooedCrook
%%* WalkingSpoiler

->Voiced By: David Herman

A champion racer turned street thug working for Mizo.

* AmbiguouslyGay: He uses flamboyant statements often.
%%* BadassDriver
* TheDragon: To Mizo
%%* KnifeNut
%%* MyNaymeIs

!The Lost Frontier

[[folder:Captain Phoenix]]
->Voiced By: Creator/RobinAtkinDownes (English), Creator/HiroakiHirata (Japanese)

The leader of the [[SkyPirate Sky Pirates]], and the first antagonist Jak meets upon reaching the [[TheWallAroundTheWorld Brink]]. He spends his time [[GentlemanThief stealing eco]] from anyone who crosses his path, and tries to steal the eco right out of the heroes [[CoolAirship Hellcat]]. He and Jak fight, but he escapes while their ship crash-lands on an island.

* TheAtoner: [[spoiler:Worked on the Aeropan's own Dark Warrior Project, but realized it was wrong. He spends the game trying to make up for past mistakes and stopping Skyheed.]]
* CoolAirship: His very own flying pirate ship, the Phantom Blade.
* EnemyMine: [[spoiler:Against Skyheed]].
* FireForgedFriends: [[spoiler:With Jak.]]
%%* HeroicSacrifice
* LoveableRogue
%%* RedemptionEqualsDeath
* SkyPirate: Well, yeah.
* TheRival: For Keira's affection.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler:To prevent the completion of their own Dark Warrior Project, he abandons the lead scientist Tym on an island.]]

->Voiced By: Creator/BrianBloom (English), Dai Matsumoto (Japanese)

Captain Phoenix's right hand man, and the muscle of the Phantom Blade.

%%* BaldOfEvil
* TheDragon: [[spoiler:Since it's ''not'' Ruskin, Klout is probably the closest thing Skyheed has.]]
%%* DumbMuscle
%%* FaceHeelTurn
* Jerkass: Spends a lot of his time harassing Jak.
* MauveShirt: [[spoiler:He only seems to exist to betray the heroes, then die.]]

[[folder:Duke Skyheed]]
->Voiced By: Creator/PhilLaMarr (English), [[Creator/JurotaKosugi Juurouta Kosugi]] (Japanese)

The monarch of Aeropa, he offers Jak and the gang protection from the pirates. His main goal is finding the Eco Core, the source of all the world's eco, to try and SaveTheWorld. The truth is he's only trying to find the Eco Core so he can control all of the world's eco, and rule over the entire planet... Or destroy it if things don't go his way. He's also responsible for Aeropa's Dark Warrior Program.

%%* AffablyEvil
* AcePilot: He's nothing if not a good pilot.
* BigBad: [[spoiler:Of ''The Last Frontier''.]]
* BlackEyesOfEvil: [[spoiler:After he transforms.]]
* CoolAirship: The ACS Behemoth.
* DrunkOnTheDarkSide: [[spoiler:When in his Dark Eco form.]]
%%* EvilAlbino
%%* EvilAllAlong
%%* EvilChancellor
* EvilSoundsDeep: [[spoiler:After his transformation.]]
* FakeLongevity: [[spoiler:During one of his boss battles, you have to AttackItsWeakPoint, then fight the {{Mooks}}, then AttackItsWeakPoint, then fight the {{Mooks}}, and then AttackItsWeakPoint, and then...]]
* GenericDoomsdayVillain: [[spoiler:Does Skyheed want to rule the world, or does he want to destroy it? Or does he want to use the power of Dark Eco to remake the world to his liking? It's... not entirely clear. All we know is that he's [[ForTheEvulz evil]].]]
%%* ManOfWealthAndTaste
* OmnicidalManiac: [[spoiler:He goes from wanting to rule the world, to trying to destroy it.]]
* OneWingedAngel: [[spoiler:In his Dark Eco form.]]
* RedEyesTakeWarning: [[spoiler:Again, after he transforms.]]
* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething
* SequentialBoss: [[spoiler:You have to fight him ''four'' times in a row. Three times in a ship.]]
%%* VillainTeleportation
%%* WalkingSpoiler

[[folder:Chancellor Ruskin]]
->Voiced By: Chris Cox (English), Jin Urayama (Japanese)

Skyheed's right-hand man. He immediately takes a dislike to Jak and Daxter, and makes them prove themselves worthy of protecting the Eco Seeker, the only device capable of finding the Eco Core. Even then, he still doesn't trust them. As it turns out, he was well aware of Skyheed's plan all along, and was secretly helping Jak the entire time.

* BadassBoast: [[spoiler:He threatens to kill Skyheed even ''while'' he's in his Dark Eco form. [[KilledOffForReal Too bad he doesn't get a chance]].]]
* EvilAlbino: [[spoiler:Subverted, unlike Skyheed, he actually does want what's best.]]
* ObviouslyEvil: [[spoiler:Subverted. He's actually one of the good guys.]]
* ReverseMole: [[spoiler:He's actually been helping the heroes all along.]]
* SacrificialLion: [[spoiler:He's killed off by Skyheed once he reveals his true alliance.]]
%%* SharpDressedMan

->Voiced By: Creator/PhilLaMarr (English), [[Creator/KenichiOgata Ken'ichi Ogata]] (Japanese)

An AbsentMindedProfessor who spends his time building robots on an island that Jak crash-lands on. He repairs Jak's ship, and joins him on his quest for the Eco Core. He's actually the Dark Eco Sage who headed the Aeropa Dark Warrior Project.

%%* CloudCuckooLander
* ContinuityNod: [[spoiler:His mechanical glove looks almost exactly the same as the one worn by another Dark Eco Sage, Gol Acheron. His glasses look very similar to the other [[AbsentMindedProfessor Absent Minded]] MadScientist, Vin.]]
%%* EasyAmnesia
* HumongousMecha: He built one, but unfortunately it has the one thing Jak needs to get off the island. [[HilarityEnsues Battle Ensues]].
* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler:Tym was responsible for the development of the Eco-Chair that was used to pump Jak full of Dark Eco during his two years in prison. The fact that Jak DIDN'T rip him to tiny pieces like he tried to do with Errol and Praxis was VERY surprising.]]
%%* MadScientist
%%* MyNaymeIs
%%* TalkativeLoon
* TheMagicTouch: [[spoiler:At least when it comes to the Eco Core.]]