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Voiced by: Hiroki Aiba (Japanese), Houston Hayes (English)
- The Ace: Starts acting like an Ace version of himself in episode 15, while his harmonic level is still spiked. Once it drops down again, he starts behaving normally once more.
- Badass Longcoat: Doesn't wear one himself, but Red-5 has long, ribbon-like attachments to its waist that create a similar effect. When it enters its Super Mode, they even become flexible, like cloth, enhancing the effect.
- The Berserker: Hurting his teammates or people he cares about is a way to push him to this. When that happens, RUN.
- Butt-Monkey: Is often getting snarked by his teammates.
- The Casanova: Acts like a stereotypical one for a while in episode 15.
- Chainsaw Good: One of Red 5's signature weapons is a Wave-Motion Tuning Fork with a chainsaw running the length of each "prong".
- Character Development: He takes Randy's advice on how to be a good leader to heart, putting more trust in his team instead of trying to single-handedly protect them.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: For all of his fanboying over heroes, and his tendency to draw bad manga, he's still hands down the best pilot on the team.
- "Do It Yourself" Theme Tune: Sings the 3rd ending theme, "Bokutachi wa Ikiteiru", with Asagi and Suruga.
- Even the Guys Want Him: Played for Laughs in episode 15, with Suruga and Asagi.
- Half-Human Hybrid: He's half-Wulgaru, as the genetic son of Teoria and Simon. This is suggested to be one of the reasons he masters the JURIA-System so quickly.
- The Hero/The Leader: Designated leader of Team Rabbits. He declares his intention to become a Hero, which everyone else thinks is stupidly idealistic.
- Image Song: "Destiny" and "Bokutachi no Team" ("Our Team")
- Japanese Pronouns: He generally uses "boku", which means that when he switches to using "ore" in episode 15, the rest of Team Rabbits is immediately able to tell that something's wrong with him.
- Law of Chromatic Superiority / Red Is Heroic
- Let's Get Dangerous!: When he starts to master his AHSMB controls, he is quite a deadly fighter. Outside of combat, he's still Team Rabbits' Butt-Monkey.
- Long-Lost Relative: Turns out the DNA used to modify him comes from Teoria, Commander Simon is genetically his father and Asagi is his older brother.
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Kei freaks out when she reads his manga and it was actually good. And it was indeed serious, as Izuru's momentary change in personality turns out to be an early sign that the JURIA system is slowly destroying his mind.
- Open Mouth, Insert Foot: Whenever Tamaki complains about not having a boyfriend or every other time he speaks in general.
- Power Gives You Wings: His AHSMB's awakened form sports blue wings of light which act like Combat Tentacles in his fight with Jiart.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Asagi's Blue. Also doubles as Sibling Yin-Yang.
- Super-Power Meltdown: Despite being the best pilot and the most effective at combat for much of the series, later episodes (15 onward) show the after effects of constantly pushing himself to the limits start to catch up with him.
- Terrible Artist: His manga according to everybody else.
- Tranquil Fury: He has moments like this when fighting Jiart. In episode 23, he finally realizes he should stop trying to suppress his ASHMB's survival instinct in dodging, and starts to fight much better against Jiart.
Voiced by: Shintaro Asanuma (Japanese), Corey Hartzog (English)
- Beneath the Mask: Comes off as The Stoic but is constantly worried about how others see him and after a while in combat if he is doing enough to be on par with some of his teammates.
- Big Brother Instinct: Towards Izuru, once their genetic relationship is revealed.
- Butt-Monkey: Even moreso than Izuru. Asagi really can't catch a break, whether it be from his team's antics or his own chronic stomach aches brought on by stress.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Outside of battle, he's a Butt-Monkey, but his inner badass emerges whenever the team ends up in a pinch.
- "Do It Yourself" Theme Tune: Sings the 3rd ending theme, "Bokutachi wa Ikiteiru", with Izuru and Suruga.
- Epic Fail: When he dodges his battle armor after it was launched at him in episode 2, the event was being broadcast to the world.
- Ill Guy: Downplayed, his stomach tends get upset when he's anxious.
- Image Song: "DameXDame=" ("No Good times No Good equals") and "Ame no Nioi de" ("With the Smell of Rain")
- Katanas Are Just Better: His AHSMB unit has two, although he usually wields one at a time.
- The Lancer: He's the close-quarters specialist of the team, always on the front lines with Izuru, and is the guy put in charge whenever Izuru can't take command for whatever reason.
- Laser Blade On A Stick: Also serves as his primary ranged weapon.
- The Leader: In The Movie.
- Long-Lost Relative: Turns out Commander Simon is his genetically his father and Izuru is his younger brother.
- No Respect Guy: Despite being the oldest of Team Rabbits and normally being told You Are in Command Now, he usually winds up feeling like such after anything good that happens on the battlefield.
- Number Two: Among Team Rabbits, is often placed in charge when Izuru is not around or able to lead the team. The Movie has Rin explicitly designate him as The Leader, likely do to injuries that Izuru suffered at the end of the series.
- The Protagonist: The trailer for The Movie gives Asagi top billing whilst Izuru is listed last, hinting at the former getting promoted to being the main character.
- Super Mode: Blue 1 gets one in The Movie.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue to Izuru's red. Also doubles as Sibling Yin-Yang.
- Took a Level in Badass: Competently acted as Leader while Izuru was dueling Jiart and when Izuru was unable to sortie in episode 15.
Voiced by: Yoko Hikasa (Japanese), Genevieve Simmons (English)
- Alliterative Name: Kei Kugimiya.
- Clingy Jealous Girl: Heavily implied to be this concerning Izuru. In episode 9, she doesn't seem too happy when Izuru sees Teoria. And in episode 10, she constantly gives him dirty looks anytime he's talking to, or about, Teoria.
- Death Glare: Gives one to Izuru after he describes watching the porn video as "refreshing".
- "Do It Yourself" Theme Tune: Sings the 2nd ending, "Arigatou. Tadaima", with Tamaki.
- Image Song: "Aitai yo ～No one else～" ("I Want To See You ～No one else～") and "Hanashi wo shiyou" ("Let's talk")
- Mission Control: Her unit, Purple-2, acts as this in the battlefield, providing various long range sensor data and issuing commands to the other ASHMB units.
- Relationship Sabotage: In episode 16, she pleads with Toshikazu to go with Izuru when the latter is asked out on a dinner date with Teoria. Luckily for her, Izuru also insists he goes, claiming he'll feel a little more at ease with him there.
- The Smart Guy: Purple-2 plays the role of Mission Control.
- The Stoic: It's noted that she has trouble expressing her real feelings, which is suspected to be a reason the ASHMB doesn't respond quite as well to her.
- Sweet Tooth: She likes her things sweeter than anyone else can stand.Tamaki: Do ants come after you in your sleep?
- Team Chef: She likes to think of herself this way, and enjoys baking cakes and having everyone eat them. Unfortunately, she's a Cordon Bleugh Chef: she doesn't realize that not everybody likes having copious amount of sugar in their sweets. One of her sweets actually nearly kills a recovering Izuru, who was acting weirdly like The Ace version of himself. He seems to have returned to normal after the medical staff revived him.
- Ace Pilot: After getting the hang of the JURIA system, she can pull off some impressive maneuvers with her Rose 3, piloting it in a planet's gravity well just as nimbly as in space.
- Berserk Button: Izuru's insensitivity concerning her nonexistent love life.
- The Big Guy: Due to her AHSMB's large boosters her mech when armored is the largest of Team Rabbits capable of even acting as a transport carrier for some of the others when necessary.
- Cartwright Curse: Patrick dies shortly before he is able to give a Love Confession to her, although he tells others about his plan prior to his final mission.
- Cat Smile: She displays one occasionally.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: She's ditzy and not very bright, but at the same time, she's also apparently has the second-highest sync ratio on the team, after Izuru.
- The Ditz: Tends to ask questions on basic subjects.
- "Do It Yourself" Theme Tune: Sings the 2nd ending, "Arigatou. Tadaima", with Kei.
- Expy: Her mecha, the Rose Three, bears a lot of similarities to the GP03 Dendrobium.
- Fragile Speedster: Her AHSMB is the fastest of all the mechs but is in big trouble whenever something breaks through or gets past her shields.
- Genius Ditz: When it comes to love, she actually studies on it and can quote scientific studies.
- Image Song: "Girls Of Summer" and "Go☆ahead"
- Oblivious to Love: Ironically enough. Later when Patrick of Team Doberman appears to have developed a crush on her and almost tells her he came to Ange's welcome party just to see her, until she sees Giulano and blows past him. She realizes he has a crush on her after he dies.
- Serial Romeo: Much to her dismay.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Fish guts.
Voiced by: Junya Ikeda (Japanese), Tyler Galindo (English)
- Animal Motifs: Very cat-like, to the point that in episode 10, while wearing civilian clothing, he has a belt with a ragged, rear-facing length that resembles a cat's tail.
- Antenna Hair: Has two large horn-like tufts that stick out.
- Badass Boast: Never misses a chance to brag about his sniping skills whenever he starts racking up long-range kills.
- Casanova Wannabe: Constantly tries to hit on women, even though he usually descends into comparing them favorably to military weapons they have no idea about. Despite his talk he is something of a Chivalrous Pervert, when the other male pilots have no problems watching porn, he usually feels uncomfortable and tries to leave the room.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: For all his quirks, he's still incredibly skilled in long-range combat.
- "Do It Yourself" Theme Tune: Sings the 3rd ending theme, "Bokutachi wa Ikiteiru", with Izuru and Asagi.
- Friendly Sniper: He generally provides long-range support from the Gold-4, and keeps his cheery demeanor the entire time.
- Image Song: "Trigger" and "Koi no Sniper" ("Love Sniper")
- Military Otaku: To the point he knows the individual prices for the munitions he uses in combat.
Voiced By: Akeno Watanabe (Japanese), Kalin Coates (English)
- The Ace: Episode 14 basically has a long montage dedicated to Ange destroying Team Rabbits in each of their areas of expertise.
- Broken Ace: As good as Ange is, their split personality means that they are either paralyzed by indecision or a full on berserker, unable to follow orders. While their skills have kept them alive, time will only tell if this will become a liability.
- Ambiguous Gender: The team can't decide if the new recruit is a guy or a girl, and all of them call Ange a "him" and "her" at various points.
- When Izuru asked in episode 14, Ange simply cuts him off and with a hint of emotion, ends the conversation.
- Attack! Attack! Attack!: Ange's default tactic in battle. He/she generally goes on the offensive as much as possible, and doesn't worry too much about defense.
- Awesome Mc Coolname: "Black Angel".
- Beam Spam: Black-6's primary means of attack.
- The Berserker: The masculine personality is this, with most of their lines being screaming or cursing as they charge headfirst into danger.
- Blood Knight: Displays this personality when fighting in their mech. So much so that during their intro battle in episode 13, the rest of Team Rabbits is shocked at Ange's behavior during the fight.
- Character Development: Never loses their berserk Blood Knight personality, but eventually stops screaming at their team mates and superiors to stay out of their way and even becomes protective of the rest of Team Rabbits during the final battle.
- Crippling Overspecialization: The Black-6's impressive firepower makes it perfect for clearing out hordes of the Wulwagu's mindless cannon fodder. This is considerably ''less' effective against any of the Wulwagu's military commanders, who are typically too fast to hit at long range unless outnumbered, and can tank anything that lands.
- Mix-and-Match Weapon: Black Six's primary sidearms are a pair of handguns with bayonets.
- Mo Cap Mecha: A downplayed example, but Black-6's primary fire control comes in the form of a pair of Hard Light handguns wielded in the cockpit by Kuroki themself.
- New Meat: Joins Team Rabbits in episode 13.
- Not So Above It All: When Ange spots the guys watching a porn video in episode 19, Randy attempts to turn it off. That only seems to anger Ange, who says watching such videos gives a similar feeling when fighting. Randy agrees, and says watching such videos motivates him to protect the next generation, then promptly forgets the point he was trying to make.
- Shouting Shooter: Lets out a Cluster F-Bomb during his/her Unstoppable Rage.
- Sixth Ranger: In episode 13, they join Team Rabbits. Bonus points for their unit named Black Six.
- Split Personality: Seems to go between a Shrinking Violet and a Jerk Ass Blood Knight which maybe a byproduct of the AHSMB's personality overriding Ange's.
- Unstoppable Rage: Tends to completely flip during combat, especially if they don't get to fight the enemy's Ace.
- Big Brother Mentor: To Izuru, and to the rest of Team Rabbits to a lesser extent.
- Casanova Wannabe: To the embarrassment of many of his teammates since he hits on every woman he comes across.
- Catch-Phrase: Tally Ho!
- Character Death: He sacrifices himself after entrusting Rakesh with the information on the Gate's location.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He acts like an idiot most of the time, but he also led his team through many of the early battles of the war in units which are far inferior to Team Rabbits'.
- Defiant to the End: His unit shredded, bleeding heavily, low on ammo and against a whole Wulguru battle fleet. He flies right at them to give Rakesh time to get back to the ship.
- '80s Hair: With a mullet that would do Michael Knight proud.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Dies protecting Rakesh, and allowing him to escape with the information on the location of the Gate.
- Mentor Occupational Hazard: Is killed off in Episode 19 getting information critical for Earth forces in the war.
- Mr. Vice Guy: He may be an egotistical lecher, but not only does he have many heroic moments under his belt as leader of Team Dobermen, he also is one of the first people who's not a member of the Godinion crew to show Team Rabbits any respect.
- Too Kinky to Torture: He seems to have a thing for the higher ranking female officers, noticing that several of the women in the adult videos they watch resemble them, such as Amane. In episode 19, both Patrick and Rakesh joke that he seems to be the type of guy that likes to be stepped on. He essentially agrees with them.
- Weak, but Skilled: Like the rest of Team Doberman, their AHSMB Rhino units are prototypes for Team Rabbit's suits better then the normal weapons the military has but not as powerful.
Voiced by: Ayumu Murase (Japanese), Johnny De La Cerda (English)
- All Love Is Unrequited: Never got enough nerve to tell Tamaki how he really feels before getting killed.
- Amazon Chaser: Develops a crush on Tamaki after she helped save Team Doberman in Episode 14.
- Genre Savvy: In episode 15, almost smashing through the fourth wall, he hilariously pointed out that it was already a death flag when Randy gets excited after Amane promises to treat them to dinner after their mission"That's a Death Flag!"
- Mistaken for Gay: Tamaki seems to think this in episode 19, asking if he was after any of the guys she was attracted too.
Voiced by: Yuuki Fujiwara (Japanese), Kyle Jones (English)
- Big Damn Heroes: Episode 23, leads a fleet of mass produced Rhino units that help turn the tide Amane's fleet during the Final battle.
- Deadpan Snarker: Constantly snarks at Randy.
- The Lancer: To Randy
- Number Two: On Team Doberman
- Self-Sacrifice Scheme: Tries to do this for Patrick only to wind up surviving and being the only member of his team to make it back with the critical mission information.
- Sole Survivor: By the end of episode 19, he is the last living member of the original Team Doberman.
- The Captain: Originally she was the Team's instructor, but she was chosen as captain of the Godinion when they were called into service, given her experience with them.
- Hot Teacher: When she was an instructor at the Academy. The male students were known to have something of a general crush on her.
- Peek-a-Bangs: Her hair hides one of her eyes.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: She tries to look out for the best interests of Team Rabbits, and usually gives them a surprising amount of freedom to accomplish their missions however they see fit.
- Sweet Tooth: Is seen with sucking on lollipops in about half her scenes and gives them out to Team Rabbits when their down. She even tries to put them in sake!
Voiced by: Hiroki Tochi (Japanese), Jay Hickman (English)
- Big Good: Or at least the closest thing the setting has to one. As the head of the MJP, he was the person who spearheaded the development of the AHSMB and was responsible for training the recruits to pilot them.
- Cool Shades: He's never seen without... whatever that thing is over his eyes.
- Death Seeker: According to his monologue at the end of episode 24.
- Good Scars, Evil Scars: A massive one over his left eye.
- Luke, I Am Your Father: He is the genetic donor to Asagi and Izuru.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: He tends to make calm, calculated decisions, unlike General Komine. He is also largely responsible for humanity simply not being wiped out by the Wulgaru thanks to access to certain technology, as well as the training of the AHSMB pilots.
Voiced by: Toshiharu Nakanishi (Japanese), John Swasey (English)
- Attack Attack ATTACK: He refuses to retreat because of his pride.
- General Failure:
- He thought he had found an Urgal supply route and sent Team Rabbits to destroy it. It turned out, it was a group of heavily-armed recon units.
- In episode 7, he steals Lt. Amane's battle plans and passes it off as his own only to even wreck those when the sudden appearance of the enemy causes him to launch the attack fleet before Lt. Amane believed they were prepared for to counter.
- Hate Sink: He has no real redeeming qualities, and is such a moronic leader that when he finally gets the boot, no one misses him.
- Idiot Houdini: He is never shown being punished for his idiotic decisions, but he does disappear from the show following the disaster at Ceres.
- Jerkass: He's pretty much just a terrible person overall, with no real redeeming qualities.
- Lethally Stupid: To put it nicely, the man's just an overall incompetent moron.
- Never My Fault: Due to his pride and ego, any and all failures on his part are due to someone else. Fortunately for those surviving under his command, he's removed from his post after a few disastrous battles that cost countless lives.
- Pride: His ego is probably the biggest one in the show.
- Beleaguered Assistant: To Komine.
- Dude, Where's My Respect?: Eventually averted, after suffering under Komine's command for long enough her efforts are recognized by the GDF who promotes her not once, but twice. She is given her own ship as well as command of Team Doberman.
- Field Promotion: Due to being rather competent (compared to Komine anyway), and the sheer losses of leaders suffered during various engagements with the Wulgaru, she is given some promotions (yes, plural) in episode 15.
- Only Sane Man: At least regarding the GDF military leadership. Aside from Simon and Team Rabbits, she's the only one that has some luck fighting against the Wulgaru and attempts to form tactics that could stand a chance against them.
- Perpetual Frowner: Well when you're an assistant to General Komine, you'd stop smiling too. Post-promotion, she smiles a couple of times.
- The Strategist: Unlike Komine, her plans are actually fairly well thought out. While they don't always hold up in actual combat, she is also smart enough to realize when they may need to try something different during the fighting as conditions change on the battlefield.
- Bridge Bunnies: One part of a male pair version along with Siegfried.
- The Nicknamer: Refers to the Team in general, and Tamaki in particular, as "kitten". Tamaki responds very well to this.
- The Tease: Part of his natural personality but later ordered to do so with Tamaki especially as part of a experiment to get her harmonics to rise.
- The Medic: She does the physical exams on Team Rabbits.
- Ms. Exposition: Normally provides it in regards to the pilots health or their harmonics outside of battle.
Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita (Japanese)
- Blood Knight: He refuses to take part in overall strategy, preferring to focus exclusively on his chosen "prey". He even refuses to retreat despite his only way home about to explode forever because he was just that into his fight with Izuru.
- Char Clone: He's Dragon with an Agenda, he's The Rival, he pilots an Ace Custom mecha, and his sister is working for the opposed faction.
- Disk One Final Boss: He is the main antagonist for most of the anime, and he ends up being the last enemy Izuru faces in the story. However, at the same time, the ending shows that while the Wulgaru have been bloodied, they are far from broken, and Galkie implies that he's going to be attacking Earth personally soon enough, which puts him into this territory.
- The Dreaded: All of the members of Team Rabbits and even some Wulgaru are terrified of him. And with good reason, too.
- Duel Boss: Every time Izuru ends up fighting him, it turns out this way, primarily since none of the other members of Team Rabbits seem to be able to keep up with the two of them.
- Expy: He looks like a demon fusion of Rau Le Creuset from Mobile Suit Gundam SEED and Griffith from Berserk.
- Hidden Depths: He's far more than just a brainless brute who knows only how to fight. Jiart has also shown to be extremely skilled at playing politics, and has demonstrated incredible foresight in his plotting.
- Long-Lost Relative: He is Izuru's biological uncle, though we never see if either of them learn this fact.
- The Sociopath: Like most of the Wulgaru, he trusts his instincts and desires above all else.
- Worthy Opponent: Sees all of humanity as this, due to how long they have held out against the Wulgaru invasion, to the point where he insists that the other commanders address them as "humans", the name that they chose for themselves, rather than just as the "inferior species". However, this attitude is especially pronounced towards Izuru, since he is the only person who seems to be able to fight on par with Jiart.
- The Baroness: Very much understands and enjoys the thrill of Wulgaru's Hunt even when implied the one being hunted is one of their own as shown in episode 18 with Radha clearly being set up.
- Blood Knight: shown back in Episode 8, she was grinning like the devil as she fought. Shows off her blood lust again in Episode 19.
- Dark Action Girl: Her combat skills and speed seem superior when fighting against a Team Rabbits member individually. She even manages to fight a few of them at once for a short while.
- Face Death with Dignity: Takes her soon to be death with great dignity and her only complaint being that it's not beautiful.
- Hero Killer: Her personal fleet is responsible for killing at least 2/3s of Team Doberman.
- Light Is Not Good: Lutiel's Wulgaru unit and her entire fleet is made of Golden colored units.
- Rasputinian Death: Hers consisted of Tamaki catching with a rope, followed by Asagi and Ange bombarding her with More Dakka before being fried by a Wave Motion Gun.
- The Smurfette Principle: So far, she is the only female commander in the Wulgaru army.
- Winged Humanoid: Her personal Wulgaru unit is one with wings.
- Attack! Attack! Attack!: It seems to be the only strategy he knows.
- Blood Knight: Always seems eager to jump into battle.
- Rasputinian Death: It takes quite a bit to kill him, from Suruga's Death from Above attack twice, combined with Izuru and Toshikazu stabbing him repeatedly and Tamaki ramming parts of her unit into him.
Voiced by: Chihiro Suzuki (Japanese), Patrick Poole (English)
- Big Bad Wannabe: The first Wulgaru to appear and only really shows any back bone when he is leading the charge against helpless GDF forces before Team Rabbits arrives.
- Dirty Coward: Runs once the fight starts to turn away from him in most cases.
- He Knows Too Much: When he overhears a secret conversation between Jiart and Lumes, he knows they're going to kill him for it. He's right.
Voiced by: Junichi Suwabe (Japanese), Ricardo Contreras (English)
- My Master, Right or Wrong: His family has served the royal family for generations and is so loyal that when a member of the family asks him to do something even if it conflicts with what another one says he will do it including hiding the knowledge of Teoria being on Earth from King Galkie at Jiart's request. And in fact, when Teoria gives the order to leave during the battle to protect the Gate, both him and his fleet leave.
- The Strategist: Came up with a strategy that allowed his forces to land on a GDF planet, hack into their systems and disappear before the Earth forces were the wiser.
- The Unfought: He was shown to be one of the most crafty and tactical of the Wulgaru leaders but never directly challenges anyone while completing most of the missions he was given. At the end of series he withdraws his forces along with a good chunk of the Wulgaru armada without ever going into battle himself.
Voiced by: Kiyoyuki Yanada (Japanese), Marty Fleck (English)
- Big Bad: The leader of the Wulgaru and the main antagonist of the series.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: At least compared to how the other Wulgaru commanders tend to act.
- The Unfought: He doesn't take part in the final battle of the anime. It also means he's still around to pose a threat to Earth despite their hard earned victory.
Voiced by: Masanori Machida (Japanese), George Manley (English)
- Blood Knight: Though it's been a long time since he's ever felt like it. That is until the battle to destroy the Gate where he gets into his personal unit.
- Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: He is puzzled by the earthlings' desire to help each other out, but decides to ignore it since hunting genes is the Wulgaru way of life.
- Good Scars, Evil Scars: Two of them on his face.
- Old Soldier: He's said to be the Wulgaru's greatest general, and is older than all the other Wulgaru commanders, with the possible exception of King Galkie.
- Red Ones Go Faster: His personal Wulgaru unit is fast enough that Ange can't even hit it.
Voiced by: Misaki Kuno (Japanese)
Voiced by: Sayaka Ohara (Japanese), Molly Searcy (English)
- Absolute Cleavage: She keeps her jacket halfway zipped.
- Childhood Friends: With Rin.
- Gag Boobs: Her mechanic uniform barely contains it.
- Hard-Drinking Party Girl: Loves to drink whenever off duty.
- Non-Idle Rich: Comes from a rich family but does the mechanic job regardless. Much to her family's dismay.
Voiced by: Soma Saito (Japanese)
- Composite Character: His Green 9 takes Black 6's basic design and combines it with Purple 2's sensory equipment.
- Foil: To his senior Control, Kei. While she is The Stoic, he loves to talk.
Voiced by: Tsubasa Yonaga (Japanese)
- Composite Character: His Magenta 10 takes Black 6's basic design and combines it with Rose 3's acceleration equipment.
- Real Men Wear Pink. As its name implies, his AHSMB is colored magenta.
Voiced by: Sora Amamiya (Japanese)
- Composite Character: Her Silver 8 takes Black 6's basic design and combines it with Gold 4's sniping equipment.
- Foil: To her senior Gunner, Suruga. He's a goofy flirt, while she's cool-headed and more than a little snarky.
Voiced by: Aina Suzuki (Japanese)
- Composite Character: Her Orange 7 takes Black 6's basic design and combines it with Blue 1's close-ranged equipment.
Voiced by: Shizuka Ito (Japanese), Maggie Flecknoe (English)
- Defector from Decadence: She ditched her fellow Wulgaru and takes some of their technology with her to warn humanity of the invasion.
- Expy: Her design, personality and role in the series is similair to Lacus Clyne from Gundam SEED and Gundam SEED Destiny, And then it's subverted when we find out that she's the protagonist's mother, not his love interest.
- Forgotten First Meeting: Izuru "remembers" her for some reason, despite his memories having been wiped. It turns out they knew each other prior to the memory wiping, and Teoria says they were close friends.
- Luke, I Am Your Father: She is the genetic donor to Izuru.
- Older Than They Look: Despite looking about the same age as the members of Team Rabbits, she is the genetic donor for at least Izuru, implying she's at least in her thirties, but is likely even older.
- Pink Means Feminine: Her personal Wulgaru unit is pink and white.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: She's a Princess and sister of Jiart, who has been aiding mankind ever since she defected. In episode 20, she demonstrates that she is a fully capable pilot, and will be joining the assault on the Gate.
- Blinding Bangs: Played straight for the most part. Her eyes can be seen near the end of episode 24 after Earth barely manages to close off the Wulgaru warp gate.
- Drives Like Crazy: Understatement of the century.
- Gratuitous English:Okay I have control
- Team Mom: Is Team Rabbits caretaker and schedule keeper.