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Pyro Maniac: While not necessarily Ax-Crazy, he does have to hold off of staring in awe at flames when they haven't even been caused by someone with good purposes.
Why Did It Have To Be Heights? So much as hanging and looking down from 15 feet in the air is deathly scary to him, and falling from a high height (usually in a avian vehicle) only accelerates this fear.
Butt Monkey: The official one of the roleplay. Even ''he'' hurts himself at times when he does something wrong (although considering what happened to his wife when he crossed the line, this has thankfully become downplayed).
Insufferable GeniusWith a Heart of Gold: She's definitely intelligent and excellent at what she does, but she is also a huge Jerkass even to people she does like, including calling some stupid. Nonetheless, she is caring about her friends, even if she makes jokes at their expense/openly insults them
Knight Templar: She clearly has no problem attacking someone for misinterpreted discrimination.
One of the first anti-saboteurs, Valka is a trainee with Team Roo Island. She seems to be a tough and cool type, but really has quite a bit of inner insecurities. She was kidnapped by Star Corporations as a child and was genetically altered by them (in addition to being essentially split in half...long story). The anti-saboteurs are some of the only friends she has, due to the fact that many ostracized her for her magical abilities. Her past is never far from her, especially due to the fact that her bully of an ex-boyfriend tried to get on a team and Hassow Tsukimura is still out for her. Due to this, she's somewhat prone to depression. However, she's very protective of her husband and friends, and brings it upon herself to end Hassow's reign of terror. She fights using light magic.
I Just Want to Be Normal: Understandable when you're still scarred from your magic-hating ex-boyfriend finds out about your magical abilities and dedicates his life to turning everyone against you.
Living Battery: Those in Star Corporations see her as merely one for Kaine. The anti-saboteurs, on the other hand, view her essentially like a regular human being.
Only Known by Their Nickname: Her real name is Valkaine (and is normally referred to by enemies as 'the Valkaine Project' or 'Trainee 19'), but the anti-saboteurs call her Valka since it sounds more 'humanlike.'
Evil Counterpart: Never really brought up in story, but the lengths he is willing to go to ensure safety for the one he loves and his high Yooyuball position could make him one for Layton. It really doesn't help that he's married to Kaine'sGood Counterpart.
Kick the Dog: Kicking Valka seems to be his sole purpose in life. To make matters worse, he also does this to his infant son, even to the point where he practically starves himjust because he wanted a girl.
Unholy Matrimony: Subverted. Was in love with his Dragon, Kaine, but she spent more time pursuing Layton and is now dead. He's still working to avenge her, even though she never technically returned his love.
The team of Star Trainees created to replace Team Darigan Citadel.
"As long as Valka's dead, I'm fine with anything."
—pretty much Clay's motto for life
Captain of Team Starmoon. The only reason he is still allowed in the Cup is due to a loophole Hassow created that fallen trainees could become Star Trainees. While he feigns loyalty to Hassow, he secretly hates magic and only joins the team so that he can have his dream job and fulfill his desire for revenge. In his opinion, those with magic are nonhuman and do not deserve to live. Was kicked out originally for brutally assaulting Valka. He's a notorious fanboy of Layton's, but at the same time does everything he can to make his idol's wife, Valka, into even more of a Broken Bird.
Embarrassing Nickname: Layton always calls him 'Playdough.' Clay never points this out, though, since he sees him as a role model.
Another member of Team Starmoon. She has been targeted as a candidate to be a Faerie Star since she joined Star Trainees. The only problem is that she was forced to all along. No matter how much she wants to leave the team, Hassow refuses to let her. Strangely enough, despite being a Starmoon member, she is friends with Mirsha.
Cowardly Lion: She's actually a relatively confident person compared to some of the other characters, she just lacks assertiveness and seems has many fears.
Meaningful Name: In animals, an 'omega' is the lowest-ranking member of the society. While Hassow values her for her potential as a Faerie Star, her submissive personality makes her seem like the omega of Team Starmoon (with Clay as the alpha).
Spoiled Sweet: She comes from a rich family, but you'd never know it from her demeanor.
What Could Have Been: Alexandria originally intended her to be an Emotionless Girl, but after rereading Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, she wanted to write a character like Neville Longbottom, hence Omega's current personality.