Heartbroken Badass: She temporarily quits the Knight Sabres, after being forced to kill Sylvie. And later apologizes to Anri, for not being able to save her, while embracing the latter, whose knife was buried in her abdomen.
Made of Iron: In OVA episodes 6 and 7 and Crash episode 3, she survives multiple blunt force injuries and severe stab wounds, as well as a Kill Sat strike and getting her arm broken by the GD-42 Battlemover.
Ms. Fanservice: The series begins by showing Priss in her dressing room.
Palm Cannon: Though a standard feature of the Knight Sabres' hardsuits, Priss's is unique, by firing needle-like projectiles designed to short circuit the target's systems; making them easier to dispose of. See: Knuckle Bomber.
Brainy Bluenette: She has a genuis level IQ, and personally designed all of their equipment, due to her father augmenting her with a cyberbrain implant containing all of his research data, which included the designs for the Knight Sabres' hardsuits.
Secret Keeper: A variation. In episodes 5 and 6, it was made blatantly clear that Sylia was aware that Largo was Brian J. Mason back from the dead, and confirmed it at the end of episode 6, but she never mentioned it to anyone else.
The Team Benefactor: She designs all of their equipment, including their hardsuits, and finances their operations, using her family's wealth, and by lining up assignments with high paying officials and businessmen.
Ms. Vice Guy: Linna is the most vocally concerned about how much money the Sabers make from each mission, would cheerfully dump a boyfriend with low earning potential, and levelled up into a yuppie stockbroker in Crash!.
Plucky Girl: Is the most cheerful and upbeat member of the team next to Nene.
Razor Floss: Uses the microfilament hair ribbons from her suit's helmet to cut through her enemies.
Spell My Name with an S: Though "L" is pronounced "R" in Japan, the anime had her English-letter name beginning with "L".
Women Are Wiser: While Linna is openly concerned about worldly matters like money and relationships, that isn't to say she doesn't have her priorities straight when it comes down to it, and proves to be a good friend multiple times.
Action Girl: Same as the rest of the group, but isn't as skilled in direct combat. So she makes up for it by hacking the target's systems instead.
By-the-Book Cop: Her civilian job is with the A.D. Police. She'll occasionally bend rules for her team mates though, like letting Priss run red lights, or allowing her through roadblocks during a Boomer attack so she can get to base and suit up.
Genki Girl: The perky, cheerful, upbeat member of the team.
Hackette: It's how she got her job as a member of the A.D. Police. They caught her after she had hacked their computers several times to get information on every case involving the Knight Sabres in order to uncover their identities. The A.D. Police considered her a potential asset, and chose to hire her rather than arrest her. It's also how she became a Knight Sabre, see directly below.
The Smart Guy: She knows her way around computers, which is how she became a Knight Sabre, by acing a cyberspace challenge from Sylia, who had been scouting her, after becoming aware of Nene's attempts to find them. So Sylia designed the challenge specifically for Nene, to test her. When Nene completed it, it revealed a simple two word message: "You're hired".
Sweet Tooth: This is the main reason she's always worried about her figure. In Crash!, Leon bribes her into snooping for him, with a gift certificate for a free dessert.
Corrupt Corporate Executive: The guy's a douche. He bought a housing complex, evicted all the residents (including Priss) and leveled it so Genom could develop the property into another of their research facilities, even after being told someone was still inside at the time. Oh, and years prior to that, he murdered Sylia's Father too.
Eviler than Thou: He left Quincy utterly horrified when he used the satellite particle beam to destroy numerous Genom towers and research centers around the world, including the research center in Tokyo.
Game Face: By dramatically taking off his shirt, he instantly gets white skin, black armor on his chest and shoulders, purple hair, simultaneous Black Eyes of Crazy and Red Eyes, Take Warning, and red veins on his face. However, Largo's game face doesn't really look all that scary compared to most other Boomers in the series, and the transformation isn't extensive enough to qualify as a One-Winged Angel.
The Dragon: Replaces Mason, if only for the sixth OVA.
Hyper Competent Sidekick: She immediately figured out that "Milly Jackson" (Anri) was suspicious, and through investigation, learned she had access to top secret information. How did she know Anri was suspicious? She hadn't seen her before.
Made of Iron: He had to be, to survive the beatings he got from the DD Battlemover and Lando. Although it helped that he bore a resemblance to one of Lando's former soldiers, which triggered a flashback that prevented Lando from finishing him off.
Real Men Wear Pink: He's sometimes seen eating elaborate ice cream parfaits, which would have been considered effete by 1980s anime standards (also discussed in Ranma ½).
Secret Secret Keeper: Becomes this in the sixth OVA, where it's revealed that he managed to see Priss's face during the fight in the previous episode. This becomes awkward, since this is the episode where Largo has a team of Evil Knockoff Sabers wreaking havoc.
Covert Pervert: When he gets caught using the security camera in the Knight Sabres' changing room to sneak peeks at them while they're suiting up, Priss throws her shirt over the camera lens.
The guy even pervs on his sister. She caught him staring down her robe while she was reading the morning paper; which she promptly whapped him with.
Geek: Mackie's a major techie. He even helped Sylia design the Motoslaves.
Handsome Lech: Slightly subverted, since he isn't as forward about it as other people on the list, preferring to do his perving on the sly when possible. Even so, it's implied that he might have genuine feelings for Nene.
Informed Attractiveness: In spite of Nene gushing about how Sylvie is "hot" and has "a body to die for", she doesn't look that much different from any other female character in the series.
Our Vampires Are Different: They aren't vampires, but Sylvie replaces Anri's blood by using supposedly retractable fangs in order to open a nerve in her neck. The media dubbed Sylvie's killings as possibly caused by a vampire-like serial killer.
SexBot: The girls are part of a discontinued line of sexaroid boomers that were later put to use as operators of heavy machinery. Statistically speaking, they're more human than other boomers due to their synthetic blood. This is a subversion though, since the girls are never seen engaging in sexual activity, though there's a lot of Les Yay subtext.
Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: As well as an Anti-Villain, Sylvie has to resort to killing people to supply Anri with blood after she's injured in their escape. And then the battle mech she's been using goes into auto pilot after it believes Sylvie has died in combat, which leaves Sylvie helplessly begging the machine to stop fighting Leon and the Knight Sabers. The only way to stop the mech from overheating and eventually self-destructing was for Sylvie to actually die. And Priss was the one who put Sylvie out of her misery.
Triad Princess: In name only until she begins her quest for vengeance against Genom for murdering her sister, Irene. She was even planning to give up her career for it, until Linna slapped some sense into her.
What Could Have Been: It was originally planned for Reika to be Priss's replacement, after the latter was to be killed off at the end of the 6th OVA. But the studio changed their minds, due to Priss's popularity, and left Reika as a one-off character. The video, "Say Yes!", contains scenes from what would have been Priss's death.