The character sheet for Kill la Kill, the first full anime series created by Studio Trigger. Oh, and these characters are straight from the minds behind Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann, so expect copious amounts of pure, unadulterated badassery.WARNING: Unmarked spoilers ahead! Do not read if you've only begun watching the series.
Main CharactersCharacter List Ryuko Matoi, Senketsu, Mako Mankanshoku, Satsuki Kiryuin
Elite FourCharacter List Ira Gamagoori, Uzu Sanageyama, Houka Inumuta, Nonon Jakuzure
Club PresidentsCharacter List Shiro Iori, Takaharu Fukuroda, Omiko Hakodate, Kusanosuke Yaguruma, Kusatao Uwabami, Mako Mankanshoku
Ryuko and Mako's classmate, an injured No-Star student who they help on No-Late Day. In truth, she is the Head of Trap Development for the Disciplinary Committee, who plots to steal Senketsu for her own ends.
Back for the Finale: Surprisingly, she can be vaguely made out in the background alongside a few club presidents.
Handicapped Badass: She does all this with her arm in a cast! Except the "handicapped" part is fake.
Better to Die than Be Killed: Hilariously subverted; she throws herself off a highly elevated rolling platform after setting off one last trap for Ryuko, claiming she'll at least die with her dignity as a member of the Disciplinary Committee intact, only to open a parachute at the last second.
Contrived Clumsiness: Clumsily falls into Ryuko repeatedly while they're trying to get back to the Academy, constantly causing the Mankanshoku family to be Distracted by the Sexy and screwing up their attempts to give Ryuko her uniform. Yeah, that was exactly the plan.
Custom Uniform: Subverted; despite being a club president, she's a No-Star like Mako. This is probably intended so that she can better blend in with the crowd, since part of her role is to lure the students into her traps.
The Millstone: On top of dragging Ryuko down, she accidentally pulls down her pants her whenever Mako's family (carrying Senketsu) catches up with her, causing them to crash while distracted. It later turns out this is intentional.
Monster of the Week: For the one and only episode she appears in, she stirs quite a commotion, mainly because of her true identity.
The Mole: Her job entails going undercover as an ordinary student and setting up traps based on their behavior.
The Starscream: After growing sick and tired of their job, she concocts a plan to overthrow Satsuki as Student Council President using Senketsu. Once her treachery is exposed, Gamagoori expels her for good.
Trap Master: Helped build an entire amusement park of traps throughout the city!
The Unchosen One: Subverted when she puts on Senketsu and easily activates his power. However, just because she is shameless enough to master the skimpy power of Senketsu within seconds, that doesn't mean that Senketsu will let her use him for her personal gain.
Walking Spoiler: In case the blanked out entries didn't tip you off, he is really Nui in disguise.
Wide-Eyed Idealist: He cherishes freedom of speech in a world oppressed by Satsuki, and is passionate in his belief that Ryuko can save their school, which has gotten him in trouble with the Student Council many times.
Wounded Gazelle Gambit: His helpless fight against the Student Council is part of an elaborate gambit to get Ryuko to take pity on him and put Senketsu on again.