Casanova Wannabe: If he's lucky, the least he tends to get is a slap around the face for his efforts. If he's unlucky, he's been known to receive a mace to the face instead. And he's not talking about the kind that's a type of spray, either.
Fantastic Racism: His first reaction to meeting Rogue was assuming he was part of a Daemon worshipping sect simply because he was a cat. His attitudes towards other cultures and societies are also... not exactly politically correct. However, Virus points out that Eastwood's behaviour isn't out of any genuine hatred on his part, far from it. He's just really ignorant and stupid.
Informed Attribute: He claims that people call him "Dirty Harry" due to his unorthodox methods, his large collection of porn, and that he smells like he hasn't washed in over a week. They're all right, of course, except that no-one has actually called him that throughout the comic.
Let's Get Dangerous: Whenever Morth becomes involved in the plot, East gains a sudden burst of competence.
Or anything stands between him and his coffee.
Must Have Caffeine: Being reminded that standing between him and his coffee supply is an army of giant spiders is enough to convince Eastwood to charge straight on through. He refers to Nescafe as "her", and when Lothar suggests that he take away his coffee to give Eastwood a chance to give up, he threatens to break Lothar's arm. His cybernetic arm. Said incident was also one of the few times Lothar was visibly scared.
Not So Different: To Silas Morth. First noted in the most deadpan way possible, however.
Virus: [describing Morth] A vile wretched creature, who only associates with the most evil and depraved things of this world. Eastwood: He's also my oldest and dearest friend. Rogue: Oddly enough, that revelation makes complete sense. Lothar: Hey, I was about to make a joke along those lines, but he beat me to it.
Psycho Ex-Boyfriend: While Eastwood has probably had to dodge these, he himself became one, when his former girlfriend (who still sends him gifts ironically enough) got together with someone else. He had the new beau declared a heretic and executed on false pretenses in response. Of course, it turns out said beau was, indeed actually a dangerous heretic, but that was only found out after the fact.
Smooch of Victory: He hoped to have one of these from Jamilla after their first major conflict against Silas Morth. Unfortunately for him, saving her involved himself accidentally shooting her in the arm, so he ends up receiving a punch to the jaw instead.
However, he did get one from her earlier when he distracted the assassin holding her hostage long enough for the retiring Inquisitor to perform a Click Hello on him.
Trigger Happy: Once shot a suspect four times, though he claims it was only three (the second shot just grazed him), whilst he was in the process of surrendering. According to Harry, they were supposed to be warning shots. Supposed to be.
Drives Like Crazy: No-one will let him even think about driving a vehicle. Even the Black Guard, whom are trained to combat Daemons head-on, are terrified at the thought of Virus being granted driving privileges.
A trigger-happy genetically-engineered cyborg echidna who'd have a criminal record spanning pages and pages if he weren't recruited by the Inquisition as a mercenary. Nice Hat, though. Pretty much is The Big Guy of the group (or perhaps more accurately The Brute, since he is a lot more ruthless than most big guy heroes).
Big Brother Instinct: By the gods, do NOT mess with his family. Not even your soul will make it out in one piece.
Big Eater: His new cybernetics run on his own metabolism, so he needs to eat a lot to keep his blood sugar up. During the Red Herring arc, Lothar is desperately looking for sugary food and drink since the war going on between soft drink companies at the same time has cut him off from his favorite source of sugar and caffeine.
Extreme Omnivore: As a Big Eater he's not picky. He'll even drink a vat of Cool-Ade with a dead guy floating in it that is made of more dead people, his only complaint being that there wasn't enough sweetener.
Hidden Depths: he is interested in TV shows for kids. Justified in-universe as trying to make up for his nonexistant infancy, and then Zigzagged when you hear his "theories".
Jerkass: All of the main characters are dicks, but this guy is easily the meanest of the group.
Last of His Kind: Lothar, as an echidna, has stated more than once that he is the last of his kind (being a cyborg to boot, it really doesn't help him blend into a crowd). Considering that in the various Sonic-based continuities, echidnas as a race generally are absent and/or extinct until their presence is required for storylines, and that there's been absolutely no references to Knuckles or any other echidnas existing in the same world as the group (and most likely never will be), Lothar could very well be the absolute only echidna left in-universe.
Lightning Bruiser: While not as agile as Rogue, Lothar is faster than both Eastwood and Virus and the physically strongest of the four.
Multiple Choice Past: The original backstory was that he was created by an Overlander genetic lab, from which he escaped, and later was captured by Robotnik and partially roboticized. When the comic started, the part about being a genetic experiment was kept (though it was no longer an Overlander experiment), but the origin of his bionics was changed to that listed on the "Does That Sound Like Fun To You?" page. However, Eastwood and Virus thought it odd that he was experimented on twice, so they asked his adoptive father for the real story and found out he stepped on a land mine.
Feline member of a daemon-hunting order who seems to be the most well-balanced person on the entire team. Not that that's saying much. (And he has a lot of arrogance and overconfidence to make up for it.) He was temporarily cycled out, but soon returned to the team (and by "soon", we mean "two arcs".) His common sense and lack of idiotic behavior have him function as The Lancer.
Badass: The most genuinely competent member of the team.
A bear who serves as the cast's superior and Commander-In-Chief of the Meridian Sector of the Mobian Inquisition. Likes to think of himself as an all-seeing, all-knowing, calculating chessmaster, when in reality he is a blustering, incompetent pervert who only manages to get anything done thanks to his eternally put-upon adjutant, Inquisitor Riktor Simmons.
Bad Boss: He regularly, and persistently, sends the team on missions which he hopes will lead to their deaths. Unfortunately for him, they have a pesky tendency to survive every single time.
Bestiality Is Depraved: Schaefer has something of a (not-so) secret chicken fetish. Harry and Syrus have been blackmailing him about this for years.
Word of God went on to further state that they see Schaefer as an amazing field agent that ended up falling victim to The Peter Principle and thus became an incompetent bureaucrat.
Fantastic Racism: When he finds out all of Silas Morth's followers have black and white markings, he attempts to have every single Inquisition member that also has this trait removed from service. This does not go over well with his staff, nor his legal department.
A stoat acting as Schaefer's Aide and right-hand man. Summed up as essentially being very good at his job, but otherwise a snarky git. Has more faith in the team's abilities than Schaefer does, even if that faith is based more on considering them incredibly lucky rather than being legitimately good at their jobs (which admittedly has quite a bit of truth to it).
Reasonable Authority Figure: His brief stint commanding the Inquisition whilst Schaefer recovered from being shot showed him to be mostly this.
Servile Snarker: He puts up with Schaefer because of the job. That doesn't mean he likes him.
Jamilla "The Elusive Camel" Townsend
A penguin spy working for the Inquisitors, though she has worked with the main characters before. Though she was offered a chance to join the group, she declined, citing that she didn't want to end up being a cliche. She had a little something for Eastwood, but after being shot by him (accidentally), their relationship has hit a snag.
Non-Indicative Name: Her codename is "The Elusive Camel", but she's actually a Penguin. When asked if she couldn't have picked a better one, she explains all the good code names were taken, and it was either that or "Urinating Flounder". She made the right choice, it seems.
Only Sane Penguin: Frequently the voice of rationality when in the company of the four main characters.
Rescue Romance: Eh, kinda. She warmed up to Eastwood much more after his actions helped save her from one of Morth's assassins, even kissing him on the cheek (described by Simmons as "the only woman who had ever kissed him without the influence of excessive amounts of alcohol", no less). Unfortunately, him accidentally shooting her in the arm when it came time to rescue her from Morth himself (whom was Eastwood's actual target) seems to have ruined his chances with her for now.
A badger who turned to becoming a rogue Inquisitor and daemon-worshipping cult-master. Once Eastwood's best friend and partner, Morth went rogue and is considered one of the most dangerous heretics on the planet. A villain of the old school, he has been defeated by the cast once, but escaped before they could finish him off.
Big Bad: He's the biggest villain the cast have faced so far. All the others were small-time cults and rogue scientists.
I Have You Now, My Pretty: Displays this behaviour around Jamilla. After he's successfully drugged her and she's passed out, he even gropes one of her breasts. The Greater Daemon he's supposed to be sacrificing her to, Kevin, was not particularly happy about that last part.
No, Mr. Bond, I Expect You to Dine: Has dinner with Jamilla before attempting to sacrifice her. As he reasons, a diabolical villain can still have some civility. Turns out, it also made it far easier to prepare her for the sacrifice, with drugs hidden in her wine.
Surrounded by Idiots: On purpose; Morth reasons that anyone with any intelligence would object to being sacrificed to the Dark Gods, so he intentionally surrounds himself with people too stupid to catch on.
A top flight Inquisitorial warband made up of a bunch of consummate professionals that represent the opposite of the main heroes in every way.
The Ace: An entire team of this, to the point where they are able to get away with ignoring their superiors.
Badass Crew: Are seen as this in-universe, and every storyline featuring them confirms this.
Cowboy Cop: How they are usually portrayed, or at least Inquisitor Damien. However, they are so successful, they can get away with it.
Famed in Story: Well respected by their superiors and other Inquisition teams.
True Companions: As opposed to the main characters who are Vitriolic Best Buds at best and constantly at each other's throats, Team Damien are real friends and comrades, and are intensely loyal to each other.
The leader of the B-team, and its true leader, as opposed to designated hero. The exact opposite of Harry, he is a consummate lady's man and a very successful inquisitor who has become the poster boy for the Inquisition. Just who trained him to be that good?
The Ace: And he has the arrogance to go along with it.
The Captain: Subverted, though he carries himself around as the leader of his group, his rank is no higher than any other inquisitor's, unless there are other ranks we are not yet aware of.
The Casanova: Unlike Harry, he is quite successful and doesn't need to be underhanded, but apparently doesn't like keeping the same woman for extended periods of time and considers them expendable, making him an exaggeration of Eastwood in this sense.
The Charmer: And unlike Harry, he is legitimately charming. His official profile even lists "Charm, wit, and sexual magnetism" as his primary weapons!
Chick Magnet: Also as opposed to Harold, the women are drawn to him.
Expy: Of Various Cowboy Cop archetypes, but also has the makings of classical casanova's like James Bond (such as bedding intelligence agents).
Ideal Hero: A subversion. He is treated like this in-comic, and he does have most if not all the traits of a classical hero. But this isn't Ancient Greece and his personality leaves something to be desired...
The Leader: Unlike Harold, he is completely in command of his warband. He is a definite Type IV.
Another alternate team for the main cast, they are the exact opposite of both other teams. For one, they are mostly female (only one of the four members is male). And also, while the "A-team" are known for their luck, and the "B-team" are known for their skill, the "C-team" are carving their own niche for themselves being lovers of excessive violence.
Final Solution: Use Exterminatus to wipe out every single heretic in existence, or barring that, surround yourself with mass murdering Leeroy Jenkins warrior women.
Foreshadowing: Possible one in the character bios. It's mentioned in Syrus's bio that Schaeffer hopes he'll "cross paths with an intolerant Tyrusian inquisitor who will remove him from our concerns." Guess how Nadia is described (in very exact words). Deket was also mentioned by name in the Coca-Cola-Pepsi War Arc (see Hollywood Personality disorders below) and was seen briefly during Wildfire's last arc with her first inquisition team
Godzilla Threshold: Apparently, even the mere existence of a heretical cult is cause for this.
Hollywood Personality Disorders: Possibly Paranoid Personality Disorder. Remember that whole arc where the main characters had to go behind the battle lines of the Coke-Pepsi War to investigate the idea that the war was the cover for some kind of daemon plot? Yeah... she was the one who first proposed that idea, because apparently, to her, a war isn't just a war. That being said, being an Inquisition member, she's probably Properly Paranoid more often than not.
Knight Templar: To put it bluntly, in an organization that prides itself on being zealous in its pursuits to one extreme or another, she is too extreme for them. They had to pass a law because she called Exterminatus too much!
Military Maverick: Back when she was still military. They eventually kicked her out because she was too much to handle. Strangely, she was only discharged despite hitting a record for the largest number of disciplinary offences racked up during a tour of service.
More Dakka: carries two guns for the sher purpose of blowing people full of lead even when it's unnecessary.
Nice Guy: Seems to be a very nice person, aside from the whole "brutally murdering people as part of her job" bit.
Nominal Hero: The only reason she is fighting these cultist is because she is being paid to do it. No more, no less.
A new female feline character that was introduced in Rogue's absence, who doesn't appreciate Eastwood's misogyny/constant flirting and doesn't appear to be the best at listening to instructions. By which we mean considers "Instruction" to mean "Gentle suggestion". If her team is lucky. Impetuous and inexperienced, with no patience for complex plans and ideas, she is prone to making hasty decisions that make the rest of the team look positively wise in comparison. Returned to Taika in a body cast.
Sacrificed Basic Skill for Awesome Training: Yuri is probably one of the best melee fighters in the world. Unfortunately, she has abysmally bad common sense, tactical skills, and considering she's a daemon hunter, ability to recognize daemons.
The Brute: Looks the part, anyway. His demons certainly are.
Later makes an effort to update his image to that of the modern day Armchair Military general, as his old image sooner brought to mind "drunken slapfights in pub car parks" rather than "war".
Dumbass No More: Fernex notes that he's become a lot more eloquent since his change to an embodiment of an Armchair Military general. It seems to be a result of his worshippers now consisting primarily of military officers, historical re-enactors and angry nerds, all of which would be slightly more intelligent than your average Berserker.
Not-So-Harmless Villain: He manages to come dangerously close to wiping out both the Inquisition and the Daemon Hunters in the Taika arc.
Overall, his minions tend to be among the more grandiose and successful villains shown in the comic. This may have something to do with his whole being an evil god of technology, and in an age of technology would truly be powerful.
Animal Motifs: Spiders. His demons are quite spider-like and his body (though mostly off-panel) seems to have a spider's abdomen.
Berserk Button: The Patterner doesn't appreciate the suggestion that he has a tell.
Religion Is Wrong: Not entirely, but he does rip apart his own holy book due to mistranslations, bad context, someone putting in stuff he never approved, or simply because he was in a weird mood when he wrote some of the passages. And when he tried to get the thing edited, he's somewhat surprised to hear how his prophets were executed as heretics. It does fit his prior characterization as a pedant.