Characters / Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Crew Of The Ptolemios

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    Sumeragi Lee Noriega

The closest thing that the Ptolemios has to The Captain. A genius strategist with a shady past, Sumeragi (or, going by her real name, Risa Kujoh) is The Strategist for the group. After being handed missions by Veda, Sumeragi devises their tactics and assumes command when in battle. However, her easygoing nature is a veneer over deep emotional issues, and her past has made her borderline (if not downright) alcoholic. She also was close to Billy Katagiri.

Voiced by Yoko Honna (Japanese) and Lisa Ann Beley (English)

  • Brainy Brunette: The strategist among the team... indeed, one of the best strategists in the world.
  • Broken Bird: She got a number of her soldiers, including her lover, killed when a training exercise became a friendly-fire incident under her command.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Although she has a number of personal problems, she's an excellent tactician/strategist.
  • But Not Too Foreign: Japanese-Spanish born in America, wow!
  • The Chessmaster: Her job.
  • Cooldown Hug: Uses this on Billy towards the end, who breaks down in tears as a result.
  • Dating Cat Woman: With Billy during season 1.
  • Drowning My Sorrows: Her default method of dealing with her personal issues.
  • Expy: Of Neon Genesis Evangelion's Misato Katsuragi, but with bigger breasts and a bigger drinking problem: at least Misato never drank on duty, also Murrue Ramius of Gundam SEED (whom she shares voice actors with), with Kati Mannequin, her former dark haired tomboy ally, as her Natarle Badgiruel.
  • Failure Knight: She's plagued by the memories of her lover Emilio's death, apparently to her and Kati's mistakes.
  • Form-Fitting Wardrobe: So much in season 1 that it even bared her midriff. When she rejoined the crew in season 2, the uniform she first tried on is too small for her. (She gets one with a proper fit later.)
  • Get A Hold Of Yourself Man: Continues the proud Gundam tradition of slapping the fail out of emo people such as Tieria in Season 1, and winds up having this done to her at least once.
  • Guile Heroine: It's one ship and four Gundams against the military might of everyone else in the world, so she rather has to be.
  • Hard-Drinking Party Girl: Always ready to drink.
  • The Leader: Of the Ptolemaios crew.
  • Living with the Villain: Billy was her neighbor and boyfriend of sorts. He works for The Union and later for the A-Laws.
    • And they did live in the same house during the four-year timeskip, although due to CB's status as "in shambles" they weren't actually enemies until Setsuna rang the doorbell.

    Feldt Grace

One of the Bridge Bunnies aboard the Ptolemaios, Feldt is a young girl who has more-or-less grown up with Celestial Being, since her deceased parents used to be Gundam Meisters several years before the start of the anime. She initially has a very reserved, borderline emotionless personality, although thanks to her friendship with fellow bridge bunny Christina Sierra, and the crush she develops on Lockon Stratos, this gradually changes.

In season two, she continues her work as a bridge bunny, with a more open personality.

Voiced by Ayahi Takagaki (Japanese) and Chantal Strand (English)

  • Hopeless Suitor: As sweet as her crush on Lockon was, he only saw her as a substitute younger sister at best... and then he died. Between Feldt and Tieria, the moral of the story is probably this: Don't develop strong feelings for Neil Dylandy. And then she develops feelings for Setsuna, who is more or less asexual. Though there is no outright confirmation as to whether or not it was unrequited.
  • Implied Love Interest: To Setsuna, do to his feelings with Marina being platonic.
  • Improbable Age: She's only 14 in season one, and even after the timeskip is still 19. Justified by the fact she's been with Celestial Being her entire life, though.
  • Loving a Shadow: Towards Neil in the early parts of season 2. Lyle notices and dissuades her brutally by putting on a Jerk Ass Facade.
  • Mama Bear: Given that she views everyone in CB as her family, Feldt was rather unhappy to say the least when Allelujah came back with Soma, who was part of the original UN taskforce which was responsible for the deaths of Christina, Lichty, Dr. Moreno and Lockon I. She does apologize later.
  • Military Brat: Literally grew up in Celestial Being, since her parents were Gundam Meisters.
  • Not Good with People: Most prevalent in season 1 where she preferred to interact with computers and Haros as opposed to people. Season 2 has her growing out of this.
  • Onee-sama: Acts like one towards Mileina.
  • Parental Abandonment: Both her parents died when she was very small, and because of Celestial Being's strict rules on confidentiality, she doesn't even know how they died. The 00P photonovel sidestory tells their story and explains that they were vapourised in an accident involving Virtue/Nadleeh's predecessor unit; in a way, it might've been for the better that poor Feldt didn't find out about that.
    • Later on does this sometimes for Setsuna.
  • Ship Tease: Just watch episode 22 of season 2. She'll give a flower to someone. Someone who happens to be the main character of the story.
    • And in the 4 months for 2312 drama CD, they have a rather in depth conversation, part of it involving Neil Dylandy.
    • In the movie this ship is pushed quite hard, but whether or not it was reciprocated was deliberately made up for interpretation by the director.
    • Word of God has stated the director pushed for as many romantic scenes as possible between her and Setsuna. Also despite the movie being open to interpretation, he seems to personaly support the ship.
  • Smitten Teenage Girl: To Lockon. Five years after his death and near the end of S2, to Setsuna.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: She almost seems like an Emotionless Girl in Season 1 because she's so quiet and withdrawn, but she does have some Not So Stoic moments.
  • Too Many Belts: Her first season outfit had these.
  • Unkempt Beauty: Still, it doesn't stop Christina from nagging her to dress-up and be fashionable.
  • Walking the Earth: With the rest of CB in the finale.
  • Wrench Wench: Her background info implies she is one, stating that she has a wealth of mechanics related knowledge, and can troubleshoot a GN drive. Pity we only get to see her use said knowledge a few times, also implied though her finding more comfort in dealing with machines (Haros mainly) rather than people.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Not sure, but her boots are pretty high in the first season.

    Christina Sierra

One of the Bridge Bunnies in Ptolemios, Christina ran away from her adopted mother before being discovered by Celestial Being. She becomes good friends with fellow crewmate Feldt.

Voiced by Arise Satou (Japanese) and Shannon Chan-Kent (English)

  • The Fashionista: She likes to go on shopping trips whenever CB gets some downtime and drags Feldt along with her.
  • Forgotten Fallen Friend: She isn't mentioned often in the second season, but she does get a significant scene in The Movie.
  • Let Them Die Happy: When Licthy confesses his feelings before he dies, she tells him that she returns them... and also lets him believe that he actually did save her life.

    Lichtendahl Tsery

Lichtendahl, or Lichty for short, is the Ptolemaios helmsman. Lichty's parents were technicians on one of the orbital elevators and killed during the Solar Wars while he lost a large portion of his body, which was replaced with machinery. Although Lichty has a romantic interest in crewmate Christina, she maintains a friendly and professional relationship.

Voiced by Masataka Azuma (Japanese) and Davide A. Kaye (English)

  • All Love Is Unrequited: Unfortunately, Christina realized her feelings for him after he died and before she dies..
  • Artificial Limbs: His entire right part is replaced with cybernetics due to an attack in the past that killed his parents.
  • Dogged Nice Guy: To Christina. Unfortunately, Christina only says she likes him back right before they die.
  • Foreshadowing: If one pays really close attention during certain scenes it can be seen that his arm and leg on one side is a different shade that on the other hinting of his cybernetic parts.
  • Forgotten Fallen Friend: He isn't mentioned often in season 2, but he gets a significant scene in The Movie.
  • Informed Ability: In season 2, Lasse commented that Lichty is the best gunner the Ptolemaios ever had. Ignoring the fact that the Ptolemaios didn't have any weapons on it to begin with, he didn't even bother to fight at all when they were put in tough and inevitable battles in season 1, while Lasse, the gunner of the ship, left his post to join the meisters in action piloting the GN-Arms.

    Lasse Aeon
Main mecha: GN Arms, 0 Gundam

Initially, Lasse served as the gunner for the Celestial Being mothership Ptolemaios. He also piloted the GNR-001 GN Arms, a transformable weapon docking system for the four Gundams. In the second series, he remained with Celestial Being even when his health decayed quite a bit after the the season 1 final battle. During the assault on Veda, Lasse briefly piloted the 0 Gundam in defence of Ptolemaios II. At the end of the series Lasse remains part of Celestial Being.

Voiced by Hiroki Tochi (Japanese) and Andrew Francis (English)

    Ian Vashti

The head of Celestial Being's mobile suit development along with his wife and daughter. On the Ptolemaios, Ian works as the ship's main engineer. He is a kind hearted man but gets angry when his machines are damaged.

Voiced by Hideyuki Umezu (Japanese) and Peter New (English)

  • Can't Hold His Liquor: Implied in the drama CD 4 months for 2312 where he gets drunk on one (possibly two) glasses of wine to which he promptly passes out.

  • Mr Fix It: A rather beleaguered one, thanks to the Meisters never listening when he tells them not to do something.
  • Open-Minded Parent: Apparently has no problem with his fourteen-year-old daughter serving as bridge crew on an active battleship.

    Mileina Vashti

Mileina is Ian and Linda's daughter. She joins the crew of the Ptolemaios II before the beginning of the second series and takes Christina's place on the bridge. Despite her young age, she is a gifted technician, learning much about engineering, GN Technology, and programming from both her parents.

Voiced by Haruka Tomatsu (Japanese) and Andrea Libman (English)

  • All Love Is Unrequited: She seems to have a crush on Tieria, who doesn't seem to notice. Makes her confession in the movie.
  • Military Brat: Bonus points that her father's formerly an AEU soldier.

    Linda Vashti

Ian's wife and mother to Mileina. She is the second lead engineer next to Ian. As Ian is often sent to perform field operations, She's left in charge of managing and developing new GN-technologies. She's also seen capable of fully utilizing a shuttle and the secondary bridge of Ptolemaios II, suggesting additional skills in ship piloting and use of artillery weapons.

Voiced by Risa Hayamizu (Japanese) and Jillian Michaels (English)

    Joyce B. Moreno

The doctor on board Ptolemaios, and a longtime friend of fellow crewmate Ian Vashti from before joining Celestial Being.

Voiced by Go Shinomiya (Japanese) and Brian Drummond (English)

  • The Medic: Celestial Being's doctor, patching up the pilots after missions.

    Anew Returner
Main mecha: Gaddess

Anew Returner is an Innovade who joins the group in Season 2, and is Revive's genetic twin who serves her group as a sleeper agent in the guise of a mechanic who Liu Mei scouted after the activation of the 00 Gundam and assisting with development of the 0 Raiser and GN Archer support vehicles. When the Ptolemaios II arrives at Celestial Being's L3 base and on Ian's suggestion, she joins the crew as the pilot and resident medic. Over time, Anew develops a romantic relationship with Gundam Meister Lyle Dylandy.

Voiced by Ryoko Shiraishi (Japanese) and Lalainia Lindbjerg (English)

  • Artificial Human: As of all Innovades.
  • Anti-Villain: Sort of. Her true personality is villainous, but Lyle and the crew's influence changes her mind.
  • Death Equals Redemption: If one consider the theories that the Innovades' names were corruption of such "good words", it happened in season 2 episode 20 called Anew Return.
  • Death Is Dramatic: Like any dead Newtype girlfriend, she gets slow-motion, a song montage, and flashbacks.
  • Distaff Counterpart: Possibly of Revive Revival (hard to tell with Innovades and genders).
  • Dying as Yourself: She has one last moment with Lyle after Setsuna destroys her mobile suit, courtesy of the GN field.
  • Expy: To Rosamia Badam from Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam . Lavender hair ? Check. Secretly a mole to enemies side ? check. Having Split Personality due being reprogrammed ? check. Being love interest with the protagonist ? check. Forced to be killed to save the other protagonist ? check. except Anew is killed not by Lyle but Setsuna, while Rosamia is killed by Kamille.
  • Fatal Attraction and Star-Crossed Lovers: With Lyle.
  • Four Is Death: She is the fourth woman to appear in the fourth and last OP. She is part of the Innovades which consist of four pairs. And she ends up dead.
  • Split Personality : Thanks to Ribbons, she was being programmed have two different persona. While her Innovator persona is not activated, she is kind-hearted, gentle, multi-talent, and curious woman. When her Innovator persona is activated, she become less conscientious, more harsh and will do anything for the sake of the Innovators but still she have soft-side toward Lyle Dylandy, even she willingly decide to betray the Innovator to rejoin his side. Sadly, it's fail.
  • Statuesque Stunner: Measuring 170 cm, she is the tallest female in the cast, beating Kinue (164 cm), Sumeragi (163 cm) and Marina (162 cm).
  • Stuffed in the Fridge: A-yup. Proud Gundam tradition, that.
  • Temporary Love Interest: To Lyle. Their Relationship Upgrade happens over a four-month timeskip.
  • Token Non-Human: Alongside Tieria, as an Innovade.