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Saya Otonashi

Voiced by: Eri Kitamura (JP), Kari Wahlgren (EN)

Tropes associated with Saya:
  • Action Dress Rip: In the middle of a fight at the Metropolitan Opera House, Saya realizes that the evening gown she wore in is too restrictive and so takes the liberty of tearing most of the lower portion off for more ease of movement, leaving her legs pretty much bare.
  • Action Girl: Was one before the series begins, though she doesn't initially know it. She eventually gets back into the habit of kicking monster tail.
  • Amnesiac Dissonance: Starts out the series amnesiac, and slowly regains her memories over the course of the first two seasons.
  • Angsty Surviving Twin: Even after everything Diva has done, Saya still holds her and cries for her as she dies.
  • Animals Hate Her: Every animal she encounters over the series slinks away at the sight of her.
  • Anti-Heroine: Witness the magic of Character Development as Saya evolves from being a Classical Anti-Heroine to being a Knight in Sour Armor to being a Pragmatic Heroine.
  • The Atoner: The entire series chronicles her attempts to kill Diva and make up for the mistake she made by releasing her in the first place.
  • Badass: Of course. She's Saya.
  • Big Eater: An instance of Fridge Brilliance: Saya only receives just enough blood to keep from getting thirsty, but her body still needs more energy. Human food isn't quite enough to match up to blood, which is why she burns through calories so quickly and has to eat so much.
  • Blinding Bangs: After the Time Skip. It's used to show her new Darker and Edgier personality.
  • Blood Is the New Black/Blood-Splattered Warrior: You can count the number of times she hasn't been drenched head to toe in her enemies' blood or her own on one hand.
  • Boomerang Bigot: Bears considerable disdain for most other chiropterans despite being one of them. See Took a Level in Jerkass below. It's probably justified considering most other chiropterans's disregard for human life and bloodthirstiness. Saya was raised to identify as a human. Other chiropterans kill humans without a second thought. Given that, it's only natural that Saya would cling to her alignment with humans and look at other chiropterans with disdain and distrust.
  • Boyish Short Hair: From at least the Russian Revolution onward. According to the Adagio manga, after having a nightmare of Diva's rampage at the Zoo and mistaking her reflection for Diva, she freaked out, messily chopped off her hair, and then had Haji fix it, resulting in its current style.
  • Break the Cutie
  • Bring My Red Jacket: Starts wearing a maroon coat after the Time Skip.
  • Broken Bird: Once she gets her memories back, she gets broken and bitter. Probably has something to do with three lifetimes's worth of bloodshed, fighting, monsters, evil global conspiracies led by her twisted twin sister who murdered her father-figure along with most of the people she knew and destroyed her home, having condemned Haji to a terrible, endless life as her chevalier, and struggling to cope with the knowledge that she herself is just another monster that caused all of this to happen and needs to die as soon as she kills her sister.
  • But Not Too Foreign: Sort of. She's technically French because of her place of "birth," but can easily pass for Japanese.
  • Cain and Abel: The Abel to Diva's Cain.
  • Cute Bruiser
  • Dark Is Not Evil
  • Death Seeker: Ultimately subverted. Saya only allows herself to live in order to kill Diva, and plans to either die with Diva or have Haji find a way to kill her afterward. Despite this, she secretly does want to live. In the final episode, Haji and Kai persuade her that she doesn't need to kill herself out of guilt or to end the chiropteran threat.
  • Deliberate Injury Gambit: Her final defeat of Karl. When Karl has her at his mercy and is about to kill her, Saya, realizing she has too much to live for, runs herself through with her own sword and skewers Karl as well, killing him.
  • Despair Event Horizon: She hits it when Diva rapes and kills Riku; several characters even remark that she has lost hope.
  • Drama-Preserving Handicap: As the series finale approaches, Cinq Fleches begins putting the Evil Plan into action, which includes transforming the human population into chiropterans and killing Saya to put an end to the threat she poses. Unfortunately, all this is happening at the same time that Saya's body begins preparing for its next thirty-year hibernation—meaning that she suffers from Power Degeneration that hinders her newly-regained fighting capabilities and might not even be able to confront Cinq Fleches in time before she goes to sleep. Awful, awful, awfully convenient timing.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: She goes through over a century of physical and psychological pain, and has to endure thirty years of hibernation first, but she's finally able to live her life in peace.
  • Easily Forgiven: For her actions during the Vietnam War. Granted, she wasn't in her right mind at the time, but still, she killed dozens of innocent people, including women and children, chopped off Haji's arm, and personally slew David's father, and all she gets is a slap on the wrist. Almost makes the Red Shield seem like a bunch of hypocrites for giving her so much slack while they are convinced that Diva is an irredeemable monster. Again, justified by the circumstances: Saya is normally undyingly loyal to humanity, but was in a mindless frenzied state at the time (she didn't even recognize Haji) because she had been taken out of hibernation too soon and woke up in the middle of a war-zone crawling with chiropterans, bombs, and gun-fire. When Saya was herself again later on, she was horrified and remorseful over what she did in Vietnam, even before she consciously remembered it. The only reason the Red Shield continued to ally with Saya was because it was necessary, seeing as how her blood was the only weapon capable of killing the much more pressing threat—chiropterans in general and Diva and her chevaliers in particular. Still, the Red Shield was pretty wary around Saya at this time because they knew what had happened in Vietnam, and David had a hard time forgiving her even though he knew and accepted that Saya was necessary to their mission and that she hadn't been in control of herself in Vietnam.
  • Even the Girls Want Her: Saya seems to have girls crawling into bed with her with alarming frequency: Kaori, Minh, Sonya (though the last wasn't actually a girl)...
  • Friendly Neighborhood Chiropteran Queen
  • The Glorious War of Sisterly Rivalry: With Diva, Saya is the "smart" sister.
  • Good Thing You Can Heal
  • Hallucinations: Experiences several early on in the series, mostly about what she did in Vietnam.
  • Happily Adopted/Interspecies Adoption: Too bad it doesn't last.
  • Heroic BSOD: A big one after Riku's death.
  • Heroic Neutral: Initially.
    • Neutral No Longer: Having previously been extremely hesitant to jump into the fray against chiropterans, Saya decides to go with Haji and the Red Shield after she loses George.
  • Hunter of Her Own Kind: A chiropteran who hunts other chiropterans. Saya doesn't seem to like to dwell on the fact that she belongs to the same species as the creatures she hunts.
  • I Work Alone: Develops this attitude after the Time Skip because she doesn't want to suffer the loss of any more of her loved ones and friends. She eventually snaps out of it.
  • Immortality Begins at Twenty: Stopped aging when she turned sixteen.
  • It's All My Fault: Her word-for-word reaction when she remembers that she was the one who originally freed Diva.
  • Kiss of Life: Thrice with Hagi: the first time (chronologically), it was so that she could give him her blood to recuperate, accidentally turning him into a chevalier when he was on the brink of death but saving his life; the second time (chronologically), it was so that he could give her his blood to trigger her latent memories and powers, enabling her to kill an attacking chiropteran and save the day; the third time (chronologically), they share an emotional kiss after Haji convinces Saya not to kill herself.
  • Lightning Bruiser
  • Locked Out of the Loop: When she is recruited back into the Red Shield while amnesiac, both Haji and David repeatedly refuse to tell Saya anything about her past or mission, insisting that she has to remember on her own. Of course, this results in Saya being forced into horrific bloodshed and countless Break the Cutie moments without even knowing why, but either way...
  • Mistress and Servant Boy: With Hagi.
  • Muscles Are Meaningless: She's tiny, but can easily overpower and chop chiropterans in half. Since she's a Chiropteran Queen, this makes sense.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Her reaction to killing some of her allies while in her Berserk Mode and after being forced to turn Riku into a chevalier to save his life.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: There surely could never be a reason why that girl with the beautiful voice is locked away in a tower on your foster father's property...
  • Oblivious to Love: She had no idea that Haji was in love with her throughout the past hundred-plus years of their association.
  • The Only One Allowed to Defeat You: Saya sees the task of killing Diva as her personal duty, and tries to dissuade others from joining her in her quest. This isn't just a matter of It's Personal as it usually is with other examples (though considering the grief Diva has caused her, that certainly figures into it as well), but out of pragmatism and a sense of responsibility—Saya's blood is the only thing that can kill Diva.
  • Ordinary High-School Student: What she starts the series out as.
  • Out, Damned Spot!: During the Vietnamese boarding school arc, Saya is washing her hands when she hallucinates that they are covered in blood, symbolizing her subconscious guilt over all the innocent blood she spilled in Vietnam the last time she was there.
  • Power Degeneration: A non-fatal variation. As Saya nears her next hibernation period, she suffers from bouts of fainting spells and her Healing Factor begins to lose its potency.
  • The Promise: She made Hagi promise her that he would kill her after she kills Diva. Fortunately, he instead manages to talk her out of it and persuade her to live on.
  • Punched Across the Room: Happens to her while fighting Diva in episode 24.
  • Raven Hair, Ivory Skin: Not to the extent of Diva, but it's there.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Though with all her long naps and amnesia, she doesn't have much built up wisdom.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Inverted. The red-eyed Saya is the hero pitted against blue-eyed Diva.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue to Kai, Mao, and (ironically) Diva's Red.
  • Reluctant Warrior: Big time during season one.
  • Romantic Two-Girl Friendship: With Kaori and Minh.
  • Scarf of Asskicking: A pink scarf is part of her evening gown ensemble at the Metropolitan Opera House fight, but she loses it almost mmediately in the battle.
  • School Uniforms are the New Black: Played with. Though most promotional materials and video games depict her in her school uniform, she mostly wears casual clothes in the series itself.
  • Spoiled Brat/Spoiled Sweet: Starts out as the former due to her upbringing under the first Joel Goldschmidt, but mellows out into the latter through her friendship with Haji.
  • Star-Making Role: Eri Kitamura's first famous role.
  • Sympathy for the Devil: Despite her long-running mission to kill Diva, Saya still feels sorry for her due to her Freudian Excuse. When she finally succeeds at killing her, she considers it a hollow victory and breaks down in tears.
  • Talking To Herself: With Diva in the dub.
  • Tomato in the Mirror: Her reaction to realizing she's a chiropteran.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: After regaining her memories in the manga. She even flatly tells Riku she's going to kill him because he's a chiropteran. Considering what she was going through, it's understandable, and she seems to be uncertain about it afterwards. (Still pretty mean, though, Saya.)
  • Unstoppable Rage: Occasionally falls into this in the first part of the series.
  • Vegetarian Vampire: Sort of. Saya largely refrains from drinking any kind of blood, human or animal, and gets the blood she needs through blood transfusions instead.
  • Weak, but Skilled: Since Saya refrains from eating people, she is barely stronger than ordinary humans, but is able to hold her own against other chiropterans due to martial arts skills.
  • What Have I Become?

Hagi

Voiced by: Katsuyuki Konishi (JP), Crispin Freeman (EN)

Tropes associated with Hagi:

George Miyagusuku

Voiced by: Hochu Otsuka (JP), Wally Wingert (EN)

Tropes associated with George:

Kai Miyagusuku

Voiced by: Hiroyuki Yoshino (JP), Ben Diskin (EN)

Tropes associated with Kai:

Riku Miyagusuku

Voiced by: Akiko Yajima (JP), Kamali Minter (EN)

Tropes associated with Riku:

David

Voiced by: Jurota Kosugi (JP), Christopher Nissley (EN)

Tropes associated with David:

Julia Silverstein

Voiced by: Yuko Kaida (JP), Abby Craden (EN)

Tropes associated with Julia:

Lewis

Voiced by: Takashi Nagasako (JP), David Rasner (EN)

Tropes associated with Lewis:

Joel Goldschmidt VI

Voiced by: Akira Ishida (JP), Crispin Freeman (EN)

Tropes associated with Joel:

Aston Collins

Voiced by: Hideyuki Umezu (JP), Steve Blum (EN)

Tropes associated with Collins:
  • Ambition Is Evil: The whole reason he betrayed the Red Shield for Diva's group in the first place is because he wanted to make his research on chiropterans public, which the Red Shield forbade him from doing.
  • Face-Heel Turn
  • Green-Eyed Monster: After Amshel appoints Julia to be Diva's personal physician over him, Collins loses his shit and tries to shoot her in a jealous rage.
  • Villainous Breakdown: See Green-Eyed Monster above.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Halfway through season four, he shoots David, gets shot in the arm in return, and... never appears again.

Mao Jahana

Voiced by: Ami Koshimizu (JP), Olivia Hack (EN)

Tropes associated with Mao:
  • Armor-Piercing Slap: Delivers one to Saya after discovering that Saya's next hibernation period is coming and Saya didn't think it important to tell anyone.
  • Demoted to Extra: Only appears as a very minor character in the manga, first bullying Saya because she's jealous that she lives with Kai, then recruits Saya to be in the school play in hopes that Kai will come and watch.
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: To Kai.
  • Odd Couple: With Okamura.
  • Shipper on Deck: Makes a couple of attempts to set Saya and Kai up during season four.
  • Spoiled Sweet: She's remarkably nice considering her dad's status and wealth
  • Stalker with a Crush: Mao steals four million yen from her mob boss father's untraceable cash stash to follow Kai across the world.
  • Tsundere: Dere for Kai, tsun for everyone else, especially Okamura.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Along with the Armor-Piercing Slap moment mentioned above, Mao also chews Saya out for not bothering to tell anyone her next hibernation cycle is approaching when they've been working their butts off to help her.
  • Yakuza Princess: Her dad's a mob boss and she certainly carries herself like a princess.

Akihiro Okamura

Voiced by: Kentarō Itō (JP), David Rasner (EN)

Tropes associated with Okamura:

    Cinq Fleches 

Diva

Voiced by: Akiko Yajima (JP), Kari Wahlgren (EN)
Click here to see Diva's face (a major spoiler). 

Tropes associated with Diva. Beware of spoilers:
  • Absurdly Youthful Mother: Played with. Chronologically, she's old enough to be at least a great-grandmother, but physically, it looks like a Teen Pregnancy.
  • Alas, Poor Villain: An in-universe example. Saya starts bawling her eyes out after killing her.
  • All Women Love Shoes: Rare anime example. She sees a guy with cute sneakers, kills him, takes said shoes and wore them for the rest of the episode.
  • Anti-Villain: Diva is on par with Lucy herself when it comes to sympathetic anime villainesses: from the moment she was born, baby Diva was separated from her twin sister and locked up in a lonely cage at the top of a tower for decades, with her only human contact being men who saw her as nothing more than an experiment or an animal. All she ever wanted was to have a family, but she was denied even that, and died right on the cusp of realizing her dream. Diva's story is so saddening that it makes you want to give her a hug. Except then she'd bite your neck and suck you dry, at which point you'd remember that there's a reason why she's an Anti-Villain.
  • Ax-Crazy
  • Being Tortured Makes You Evil: Let's face it: if you were locked up in a tower room and used as a lab rat for the first fifty years of your life, you'd most likely be as screwed up as Diva.
  • Bifauxnen: After the timeskip, when she changes her face and her body to look like Riku.
  • Big Bad
  • Brown Note: Her singing activates Delta 67, a chemical agent Cinq Fleches works on infecting most of the population with. When it activates inside people, it transforms them into mindless, low-level chiropterans. Diva becomes a famous singer whose performances are broadcast across the world.
  • Cain and Abel: The Cain to Saya's Abel.
  • Cute and Psycho
  • Cute Psycho in the Tower
  • Dead Person Impersonation: Tries this on Kai by creepily imitating Riku as a way to convince him to join her.
  • Double Standard: Rape, Female on Male: Completely averted in-story, as her rape and murder of Riku is shown as her Moral Event Horizon crossing.
  • The Dreaded: Is this to the Red Shield to the extent that, when he meets her face-to-face, Lewis is so thoroughly intimidated by her that he falls back on his ass in fear, and is extremely relieved when she chooses to pursue Saya over eating him.
  • Evil Counterpart: Diva is what Saya would've been like if she had been the one locked in the tower instead of raised like a human. (Compare Zoo!Saya to Modern!Diva, for example.) After Diva's death, Saya even holds her hand and calls her "my other half" in the Japanese dub.
  • Evil Diva: Duh.
  • Evil Is Hammy: In the English dub, anyway.
  • Evil Laugh
  • Evil Twin: To Saya.
  • Face Stealer: Spends much of Seasons 3 and 4 masquerading as Riku.
  • Fan Disservice: She gets a Toplessness from the Back shot right before raping and killing Riku.
  • Faux Affably Evil
  • Freudian Excuse
  • The Glorious War of Sisterly Rivalry: With Saya, as the "pretty" sister.
  • Go Out with a Smile: In both the anime and manga series. Anime-wise, the last thing Diva does before she dies is smile at the cocoons of her babies and caress them. In the manga, it's to give Saya a smile when the latter is about to commit suicide, and use her last breath to tell Saya to live.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Her rape and murder of Riku got her pregnant like she wanted, but the pregnancy sapped the poison out of her blood, thus disabling the only thing that could kill Saya. Therefore, when the sisters finally got their fight, Diva had absolutely nothing to kill Saya with and, after what Diva did to Riku (not to mention other people), Saya has every reason in the world to want her dead. It was only a matter of time before Saya succeeded in killing Diva.
  • Immortality Begins at Twenty: Like Saya, she stopped aging at sixteen.
  • Implacable Girl: She's bent on finding and raping Riku. And she's not going to let anyone get in her way to achieve this goal.
  • Large Ham: Especially in the English dub.
  • Light Is Not Good
  • Lightning Bruiser
  • Meaningful Name: Because she, you know, she sings really well.
  • A Million Is a Statistic: Quite a few people lost sympathy for Diva after she raped and killed Riku. Sure, never mind that she's filled entire graveyards over the past century. Even then, she won back some favor because of her love for her unborn babies... even though the way she expressed her motherly love was by planning to wipe the human race off the face of the Earth for them.
  • Motive Rant: Gives one to Saya right before they fight at the opera house, in the hopes that her sister would agree and they wouldn't have to kill each other.
  • Muscles Are Meaningless: She is the exact same size and weight as Saya, but is shown to be powerful enough to punch David across a room and then toss Saya clean through a brick wall without even trying. As the other Chiropteran Queen, and a well fed one to boot this is justified.
  • Not So Different: She feels that she and Saya are the same, being not only chiropterans but also twin sisters. The similarities run even deeper than either of them realize: they both want to have a family, they both want to have a happy life, and they are determined to wipe out an entire race in order to preserve their own. At first, Saya vehemently argues against the idea that she is anything like Diva, but after killing Diva she rather solemnly acknowledges Diva as her "other half" in the original dub.
  • The Ophelia and Psychopathic Womanchild
  • Pimped-Out Dress: Diva loves to dress up in beautiful dresses, the weirder, the better. Of particular note are the dress... thing she wears when she attacks Riku and destroys the Red Shield's headquarters that is just a frilly white cape clasped at the throat, with evening gloves and sneakers, and the black-and-blue gown she wears to her fight with Saya at the Metropolitan Opera House. Going by the latter's oufit's tiara and bat-like wings, it's supposed to show Diva's status as the queen of the chiropterans, but it just looks... odd. (Makes sense if Diva dresses herself, though.)
  • Power Degeneration: Nathan explains that as a result of Diva's pregnancy, her blood lost its toxic property. She never realized this, since there was so little information on her species and none at all on what happened when queens became pregnant. When Diva faced off against Saya in their final duel, she effectively went into a gunfight with an unloaded gun.
  • Raven Hair, Ivory Skin: Black-haired, white-skinned Diva is described as "the most beautiful and dangerous woman" by one character. The crowning example of the series.
  • Really 700 Years Old
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Childish Diva is the Red Oni to withdrawn Saya's Blue Oni.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: The very first thing that Diva does when Saya releases her from the tower is butcher Joel I and the patrons at his birthday party in retribution for all of the pain and suffering Joel put her through.
  • Stalker with a Crush: Poor, poor Riku.
  • Talking To Herself: With Saya in the English dub, and with Riku in the Japanese dub instead of Saya. Made weirder when she rapes and kills him.
  • The Vamp: Diva is not shy about using the art of seduction to get what, and who, she wants.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: To contrast Saya's Weak, but Skilled. Diva is nowhere near as skilled as Saya with a sword, but her raw strength and speed more than makes up for it.
  • Voice Changeling: See Dead Person Impersonation above.
  • Walking Spoiler: Trying to find out anything about her prior to watching Episode 24 is a perfect way to spoil the first half of this series.
  • Woman in White: Nearly every outfit she wears is all-to-mostly white, playing up the Light Is Not Good aspect of the character.
  • Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: See Anti-Villain.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Not only would she hurt a child, she'd take pleasure in doing it. Just ask twelve-year-old Riku. Whom she killed. And then raped. And then killed again.

Diva's Chevaliers

Amshel Goldsmith

Voiced by: Joji Nakata (JP), Wally Wingert (EN)

Tropes associated with Amshel:
  • Ambition Is Evil: And how. Everything he does is because of his desire to find out everything he possibly can about chiropterans, and if that means overstepping all kinds of moral bounds and nearly causing The End of the World as We Know It, it's a small price to pay.
  • Bigger Bad: He's the one who turned Diva into the monster she is, and has spent the last century planning to convert humanity into chiropterans using Diva. He is the only one of Diva's chevaliers to outlive her... for a minute or two.
  • The Chessmaster
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive
  • Creepy Crossdresser: First appears disguised as an old woman, then kills a Red Shield operative and spends the next few episodes disguised as her. And in the last few episodes, he arrives for the final battle disguised as Diva to buy time against Saya.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: His initial battle with Saya in the present day. It ends with Amshel crushing Saya's arm and breaking her sword.
  • The Dragon: Diva's number one chevalier.
  • Evil Genius
  • Evilutionary Biologist: Is responsible for the creation of chiropterans and the Schiff.
  • Face Stealer
  • Harmless Electrocution: Averted. After being impaled on the Chrysler Building's spire, Amshel is fried by a lightning bolt attracted by the spire's point. He survives (barely) but his healing factor has him stuck between his human and chiropteran forms when he returns to finish his fight with Haji.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: He has this done to him by Haji during the climactic battle with Diva
  • Mad Scientist: He wants to know everything there is to know about chiropterans and will do anything to learn. Anything.
  • Rasputinian Death: See Harmless Electrocution above.
  • Taking You with Me: When Haji uses Saya's sword to kill him for good just before the MET is bombed, right before he completely crystallizes, he impales Haji with his claws and traps him, rendering him seemingly unable to escape the bombings.
  • Talking to Himself: With Nathan in the English dub.

Solomon Goldsmith

Voiced by: Kouji Tsujitani (JP), Dave Wittenberg (EN)

Tropes associated with Solomon:

Karl Fei-Ong

Voiced by: Nozomu Sasaki (JP), Quinton Flynn (EN)

Tropes associated with Karl:

James Ironside

Voiced by: Tōru Ōkawa (JP), David Rasner (EN)

Tropes associated with James:
  • Commanding Coolness: As a high ranking Naval officer, he is responsible for Cinq Flèches military contracts and later the leader of the Corpse Corps.
  • Irony: After an encounter with Saya leaves him fatally wounded and unable to regenerate, he's forced to get Schiff implants to stay alive. This means Diva loses interest in him for the same reason he scorned the Schiff.
  • Instant Armor/Made of Iron: His skin in Chiropteran form is tough enough to render swords and gunfire ineffectual.
  • Lack of Empathy: Toward the Schiff. He even mocks Moses in front of Karmann for falling for a false promise for a cure for the Thorn in exchange for hunting down Kai.
  • Karmic Death: Dies when he get's struck by the same disease as the Schiff he tried to slaughter.
  • Monster Knight
  • The Brute: In chiropteran form.
  • The Strategist
  • Tragic Bigot: His hatred of the Schiff, especially when after Diva rejects him for having most of his body replaced with their parts.
  • Tragic Villain: Perhaps the only one of Diva's chevaliers to be genuinely devoted to her, Diva casts him off when he's grafted with Schiff body parts following his first defeat by Saya.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Diva.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Following his rejection by Diva.

Nathan Mahler

Voiced by: Keiji Fujiwara (JP), Wally Wingert (EN)

Tropes associated with Nathan:

Van Argiano

Voiced by: Junichi Suwabe (JP), Crispin Freeman (EN)

Tropes associated with Van:

    The Schiff 

Moses

Voiced by: Naoki Yanagi (JP), Steve Blum (EN)

Tropes associated with Moses:

Karman

Voiced by: Kenji Nojima (JP), Dave Wittenberg (EN)

Tropes associated with Karman:

Lulu

Voiced by: Chiwa Saito (JP), Lara Jill Miller (EN)

Tropes associated with Lulu:

Irene

Voiced by: Megumi Toyoguchi (JP), Olivia Hack (EN)

Tropes associated with Irene:

Ghee

Voiced by: Kamali Minter (EN)

Tropes associated with Ghee:

Darth


Tropes associated with Darth:

Gudrif


Tropes associated with Gudrif:

    other characters 

Kaori Kinjou


Tropes associated with Kaori:

Minh


Tropes associated with Minh:

Mui


Tropes associated with Mui:

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