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The son of Asroc Launcher and the youngest member of the Launcher Family, Mag takes after his parents when it comes to exploring ruins. He strives to pay off his family debt and is accompanied by faithful butler Gre and his best friend Linear. He uses the Aeracomet; A hand based cyframe
- An Ice Person: The Ice Hand Parts give the Aeracomet ice abilities.
- Disappeared Dad: His parents went missing while exploring one day. The only communication he's had with them since is a note from his father telling him to protect Linear.
- Dishing Out Dirt: The Rock Parts allow the Cyframe to pick up boulders to throw them at enemies. Additionally, the Dive punch causes the ground beneath the enemies to explode.
- Jack-of-All-Trades: Part of what makes Mag so powerful is the sheer amount of abilities he has. Depending on the parts equipped to his Cyframe, Mag can heal the party, debuff enemies and do large amounts of damage.
- Limited Wardrobe: Justified. It is mentioned that due to the Launcher family debt, the only clothes Mag owns are five pairs of his usual outfit which he even wears to sleep. During the six months in-between games, he buys five more pairs along with a new jacket.
- Playing with Fire: The Flaming Hand Parts give the Aeracomet fire abilities.
- Shock and Awe: The Lightning Hand Parts give the Aeracomet electric abilities.
A mysterious girl who appeared on the Launcher's doorstep one winter night with a letter from Asroc telling Mag to look out for her. Since then she has accompanied Mag wherever he goes. Oh, and she's also Evolutia, the legendary cyframe.
- Ambiguously Human: Considering what she really is, it's hard to tell. Is she a human bestowed with Cyframe powers? An ancient machine? The jury is out.
- Distressed Damsel: Played straight in the first game where she is kidnapped by the 8th Imperial Army after Eugene realizes her true nature but subverted in the second where she's convinced by Yurka to leave Mag to protect him. Notably, as a result of these incidents She cannot be used against either final boss.
- Friend to All Living Things: To the point where her talent is convincing an enemy to flee the battle. As long as they are lower leveled than her, they will always flee. Even after he intends to wipeout humanity and goes insane, she still begs Mag to save Yurka.
- Frying Pan of Doom: Unlike the other characters, Linear's choice of weapon is a simple frying pan.
- Mysterious Waif: Even after it's revealed that she's Evolutia, it is never revealed exactly what happened to her that made her the way she is, much less how she initially reacted during her first weeks at the Launcher residence.
- Shrinking Violet: Becomes this by the second game. She rarely speaks in complete sentences and, unless she's reading a sign, her flavor text rarely contains more than a few words.
- Suddenly Voiced: At the end of the first game. This is actually more noticeable in Evolution Worlds as, aside from grunts, she only uses her speaking voice clips during the Far Off Promise half.
- The Reveal: She is actually the Legendary Cyframe Evolutia. The reason nobody found it for so long was because they assumed it was a machine.
- Walking Spoiler: It is hard to talk about her in the second game without spoiling the reveal that she's Evolutia.
- White Mage: Linear fits neatly into this. She can use magic to heal or buff the party and her ocarina to cause different effects with the enemies. On the other hand, she doesn't have too many attacks that harm the opponents And you lose her by the final dungeon in both games.
The latest member of the Gun family, another family of adventurers, Chain is the self-professed rival of Mag. In-spite of this, she still expects him to take her along on adventures. She uses the Flamingo: A [[Jetpack jetpack]] blade Cyframe.
- Bratty Half-Pint: To the point where Easter and Kashim beg Mag to take her along on adventures.
- Battle Boomerang: The Boomerang parts allow the Flamingo's blade to shoot boomerangs at the enemy.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Shows shades of this. She occasionally shows enjoyment out of violent things (such as the possibility of the country going to war) and uses her Cyframe for trivial reasons (such as trying to bake a potato with it and nearly breaking it).
- Improbable Weapon User: Downplayed and inverted at the same time. It's downplayed as unlike Mag and Pepper, Chain's Cyframe seems more suited towards mobility, despite having some offensive capabilities. In particular, some moves simply have her fly at high speeds towards the opponents and ram them with the bladed portion. It's inverted in that she occasionally uses her Cyframe for more mundane reasons.
- The Rival: Her family to the Launcher family in general and herself to Mag in particular.
- Tsundere: All it takes is for Mag to call her cute to make her flustered and call off their conversation.
Non Playable Characters
The Crown Prince of the Eighth Imperial Army who comes to Pannam Town after the Cyframe detectors onboard his ship detect a large amount of energy. He is one of the many seeking Evolutia.
- Badass Normal: He is the heir to the Imperial Army after all. He puts up a fight for someone who doesn't have a Cyframe and that's before bringing up the giant mech.
- Big Bad: Of Evolution: World of Sacred Device, while he is demoted to Arc Villain in the port.
- Climax Boss: Due to Evolution Worlds combining both games, he is downgraded from final boss to this. Not only that, but he was nerfed heavily to make up for the general state of the first half. His attacks were nerfed, his strongest attack comes out even more rarely and he is not longer perpetually five levels higher than Mag. That said, he's still challenging for that part of the game.
- Cutscene Power to the Max: His pistol attack isn't particularly harmful in his boss battle. It takes only one shot for him to incapacitate Mag during the ending.
- Dirty Old Man: Well, he's not exactly old, but he does fall in love with Linear who is a teenager at most and he has to be in his twenties at least.
- Just Shoot Him: After losing in his mech, Eugene shoots Mag in the back just as he and Linear are about to escape.
- Smug Snake: A smug smirk is almost always on Eugene's face.