Walking Shirtless Scene: On arriving at the town, he wears three things above his waist, one is the aforementioned cape and the other two are his gloves. After dealing with the bandits, his new outfit includes an open waistcoat (which, as his large sprite shows, still exposes impressive abs).
The second protagonist. A snarky young man who lives in the city of Gloria, in The Empire. He's in Class F at Great Justice High, slightly aloof...and has magic powers in a society where they're strictly controlled.
Bishōnen: His light build and ponytail make him look very feminine, even in the comic's pixel based artwork.
Brilliant, but Lazy: He's intelligent enough that a kid who gets higher grades than him wants to sit nearby to catch his "Smart beams", but doesn't study.
Hand-Hiding Sleeves: Both have large sleeves as part of their armour, combining this trope with Tin Tyrant. They seem to hide their weapons up them and their magic is projected from the cuffs.
I Gave My Word: They've agreed not to harm any of the townsfolk (although outsiders are fair game). Of course this is more out of fear of the hero who made them promise not to than any sincerity on their part. One also agrees not to use magic if he's defeated by mundane means (although it's left ambiguous if he'll keep to it).
Tin Tyrant: They both wear heavy armour with face concealing helms.
Variable-Length Chain: The aforementioned chain the first bandit to be defeated uses seems to expand from his sleeves.
Logan Alexander/"Sky Cleaver"
The "Professional Hero" assigned to the town. A mysterious figure who was content to let the bandits harass the town, as long as they only killed outsiders. Has a feud with Daryl which he considers "petty".
Logan Alexander's "secretary". Some sort of automaton who screens visitors to his house.
Electronic Eyes: Pale grey eyes which are capable of glowing different (mismatched) colours when she's doing something...robot-y?
Fashionable Asymmetry: Her arms are mismatched green and blue. Her eyes have the same colour scheme when they light up, but reversed (although they can also turn red and orange).
Robot Girl: Her appearance is closer to a Fembot, but she was clearly designed to resemble (and acts like) a female secretary. Lampshaded when one of the guards asks about this and she thinks he's hitting on her.
Guard: W-what's up with her? Is she some sort of human doll?
Punched Across the Room: For all his arrogance, his "Destiny Punch" is more than enough to defeat a heavily armored bandit.
The City of Gloria
Great Justice High
The students and teachers at Noah's school.
A schoolgirl seen in the opening of the first Noah chapter. She's sickly looking and apparently has magic powers (with the two possibly being connected), which she is subsequently arrested for having. She is in Class C, so he doesn't know her personally.
Black Magician Girl: The exact nature of her powers hasn't been revealed, but she certainly has the personality (and at least some them are offensive in nature).
Another student in Class F. He seems to be on friendly terms with Noah (or as friendly as he gets).
Ditzy Genius: His grades are good, but he's first seen panicking about a test and looking for someone clever to sit near and pick up "smart beams" from and insists on calling the subway the "Super Awesome Subway".