Crossbow Lady, an unnamed commoner, who shoots Maki with her crossbow and pulls off her one line in the series, which is amazingly awesome.
" Get out of my street. Punks."
Sarnel also has one because he kept chasing Maki around the sewers and didn't stop until he was unconscious due to getting hit by fire one time too many. Determinator clearly runs in the Sarghress/Tions family.
Ariel calling out her fellow soldiers for their disgraceful behaviour in Chapter 40 over here. Even though she's come to realize that the Sarghress aren't perfect, she's still willing to fight for the ideals the clan represents. And she manages to diffuse the situation by offering the slaves her freedom in exchange for helping them take back the district, proving that what she learned from Vaelia stuck with her.
Later in the chapter she successfully assassinates Nihi'liir while disguised. Besides the entire infiltration being quite impressive and showing the growth of her abilities, this kill was especially satisfying since the victim was an Alpha Bitch par none.
Shinae by virtue of the fact that she's even up and walking after the horrific birth she went through the previous chapter, even if it requires a walking cane and medical attendant. As if that wasn't enough, she then goes on to curb stomp Ariel in two seconds flat after Ariel had spent the chapter building up her badass credentials.
And shortly after He gets stabbed and then chucked out a window onto a very sharp statue that represents purges in the main courtyard, by the very people he intended to use as a Red Herring. Fifty points to the Order of Twin Eyes for sheer style.
Quain'tana has been up to a lot, with brief glimpses of what she's been doing, but hasn't actually appeared fully on panel after the timeskip. Until now.
Filfrae goes out like a true Sarghress when she and her squad are being sadistically executed by Snadhya's airship. Besides barely reacting to her own hand dangling by a thread off her wrist after the first hit and being more concerned by the gruesome sight of what's happened to her companions, when she sees the ship powering up for round 2 her only reaction is to attempt to shield their youngest member, who's still alive, and actually manages to save her at the cost of her own life.
In chapter 46, Zhor, whose body is still so weak he needs a wheelchair, pins down Kalki after she chops off Ariel's arm.
To put this in perspective, Ariel had just been abruptly and brutally crippled less than minute ago. Yet even though she's in shock, severe pain, and is probably frightened out of her wits, she still has the strength of will to reject an opportunity to become whole again at the cost of her fellow soldier. Now that is loyalty towards one’s ideals.