The Character Sheet for the best-known-in-America Gundam series, Gundam Wing
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As a whole
- The Ace: All five of the pilots are ridiculously talented soldiers, to the point that even without their signature gundams, they're still a threat on any battlefield.
- Color-Coded Characters: Invoked at least once. Heero is white, Duo blue, Trowa red, Quatre yellow, and Wufei green.
- Multinational Team: Heero (Japanese), Duo (American), Trowa (Unknown), Quatre (Middle Eastern), Wu Fei (Chinese). The fact that no one knows Trowa's origin is just one of the many mysteries about him.
- The Team: Heero is The Hero and The Heart of Outer Space, Duo is The Lancer as a cheery foil to Heero's stoicism. The two also have aangels vs devils motif. Trowa is The Quiet One, who prefers to keep his head down and do important work, while occasionally dropping nuggets of wisdom. Quatre is The Heart and The Smart Guy, both traits that eventually make him The Leader when all five get together. Wufei is an Ineffectual Loner and the closest the series has to a Big Guy since he's mostly there to fight.
Heero Yuy alias Odin Lowe Jr.
Voice Actors: Hikaru Midorikawa (Japanese), Mark Hildreth (English), Manuel Campusano (Latin America)
The male lead of Gundam Wing
, and the pilot of the titular Wing Gundam. Known as the "Perfect Soldier", Heero was trained as a soldier since his childhood (and even more after the death of his father, Odin Lowe), and would even risk his life to accomplish his mission. Despite being initially portrayed as The Stoic
, his encounter with Relena Darlian would change his life forever. He pilots Wing Gundam and Wing Gundam Zero primarily, but was also forced to pilot Mercurius by OZ, and briefly used the Gundam Epyon before trading it to Zechs for Wing Zero.
Duo Maxwell aka Father Maxwell
Voice Actors: Toshihiko Seki (Japanese), Scott McNeil (English), Eric Osorio (Latin America)
"I might run and hide, but I never tell a lie."
The pilot of the Gundam Deathscythe. He's cheerful, friendly, and flirtatious, serving as the moodmaker of the Gundam Pilots. He's also the self-proclaimed Grim Reaper
, a title he gave himself after living on while those he cares about die around him. He anthropomorphizes his Gundam more than the others, calling it "buddy" (aibo
- Anti-Hero: The Knight in Sour Armor variant.
- Beware the Nice Ones
- Big "NO!": In the dubbed version, after watching Deathscythe being destroyed by OZ, and it's broadcasted live. Scott McNeil is still asked to replicate the scream at conventions.
- Bounty Hunter: Frozen Teardrop reveals that he became one, putting his money into supporting the Maxwell Church. However, this causes Hilde to see him as unreliable because he's never around, resulting in their divorce.
- Broken Hero: His seemingly self-congratulatory "God of Death" (Shinigami) nickname takes on a new light when it's revealed that he took it on given the fact that anyone he cares about tends to die if they hang around him.
- Dark Is Not Evil: Look at his Gundams, then get to know him.
- Deadpan Snarker: Not that deadpan, but much snarkier than his teammates.
- The Grim Reaper: His nickname and Gundam only.
- Hollywood Atheist: Although he wears Creepy Cool Crosses and the clothes of a priest, Duo stated (at age 7) that he doesn't believe in God because he has never seen a miracle, but believes in Shinigami because he's "sure seen lots of dead people."
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold:
- The Lancer: Loud and affable in comparison to Heero's stoic rudeness.
- Leitmotif: "Black Wind Inviting to Death", also an instance of Long Song, Short Scene since it's never used in the show. The only place to hear it other than the OST is SD Gundam G Generation.
- Long-Haired Pretty Boy
- However, in Frozen Teardrop, he has cut his hair. Cue Big "NO!" from his numerous fangirls!
- Mythology Gag: the end of Endless Waltz's manga adaptation has him wearing a baseball cap with the lines "Gundam 20th Anniversary".
- Numerical Theme Naming: From the Latin duo, meaning "two".
- Orphanage of Love: In Episode Zero, he lives in Maxwell Church. It was rather run down, but Father Maxwell and Sister Helen were lovely people. Too bad they're all killed off in a bomb attack.
- Parents as People: Aknowledges that he hasn't been the best father to Duo Jr.
- Rapunzel Hair: Not as notorious as Dorothy's, but still present through his waist-length braid. Lampshaded when Sister Helen wants to give him an Important Haircut since long hair like that "is unhygienic."
- Red Baron: "The God of Death" (or "The Great Destroyer").
- Shipper on Deck: Seems to ship Heero/Relena. And maybe, Trowa/Quatre.
- Blatantly ships Heero/Relena in Battlefield of Pacifists and Endless Waltz.
Heero: (turning to leave) Relena's been kidnapped...
Duo: *scratches head...Anything at all for the one you love... (Or, in the original Japanese: "Somebody's got a crush.")
- Stepford Snarker: He's the snarkiest member of the cast, but this is at least partially to hide his wounded past.
- Street Urchin: His backstory.
- Will Not Tell a Lie: His catchprase. Though how true this claim is is debatable.
Trowa Barton alias Triton Bloom aka Dokter T.
Voice Actors: Shigeru Nakahara (Japanese), Kirby Morrow (English), Arturo Siann Vidal (Latin America)
"'Those who have laid eyes on a Gundam shall not live to tell about it.' Those are the orders I have been given."
The pilot of the Gundam Heavyarms. Loyal, kind-hearted, and pensively droll, but emotionally stunted after spending a good portion of his life either as a soldier or, worse, outside human contact completely. Interaction with the other pilots and Catherine Bloom helps start warming him up. In addition to Heavyarms, he served as the pilot of OZ's Vayeate while posing as a new recruit.
- Alpha Strike: One of his more famous "attacks" is what Super Robot Wars calls the Full Open Attack.
- Anti-Hero: The Knight in Sour Armor variant.
- Badass: Probably the most physically imposing member of the Gundam boys, and an Ace Pilot to boot.
- Beware the Quiet Ones: The quietest member of the cast, and as a Gundam pilot he's a one-man army.
- Big Brother Mentor: To Heero and Quatre.
- Bottomless Magazines: Averted. His Gundam's Achilles' Heel is its tendency to run out of ammo in extended fights.
- Character Name Alias: Takes the name of the original Trowa - a Jerkass from the Barton Family - after the latter gets killed
- Cold Sniper: Trowa is able to remain weirdly detached whilst murdering people or contemplating a suicide strike, despite being one of the most compassionate characters in the series.
- Cool Mask: both Trowa and Heavyarms have a half-clown mask they can wear.
- Dark Green Eyes
- Dead Person Impersonation (Sort of. He took up the "Trowa Barton" name after the real one was murdered in front of his eyes, to cover up for the guy's death.)
- Fake Defector: His recurring schtick of disguising as the enemy.
- Friend to All Living Things: He gets his circus gig by befriending the lion and simply putting his hand in the cage.
- Gatling Good: The running theme of his mecha. The original has a beam gatling and two gatling guns hidden in its chest, the upgrade turns the beam gating into a double. The movie version doubles all of it, with four gatlings in the chest, and two double beam gatlings.
- Genius Bruiser: He is absolutely ripped... but really quite quiet and analytic.
- Heroic Build: Revealed in Endless Waltz when he beats up several thugs from The Barton Foundation whilst topless. Apparently those turtlenecks are very unflattering. He probably gained a lot more visible muscle after working for the circus. Being an acrobat will do that to you.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Heero, during the end of the first half of the series.
- Improbable Aiming Skills: In the extended battle scene from the theatrical version of Endless Waltz, a group of Serpents barrages him with missiles and he shoots every one of them down with his Gatlings.
- Kuudere: Looks and acts like The Stoic, but is one of the gentlest and most caring characters.
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: survives the incident with Quatre, but is amnesiac for a long while.
- Leitmotif: "In the Returned Scent of Blood and Gunpowder", which has a more somber remix called "That Clown Doesn't Need Makeup for Tears".
- More Dakka: The basic idea behind his mecha.
- Named After Somebody Famous: Tim Burton, of whom director Ikeda is a big fan.
- The Nameless: As revealed in Endless Waltz, Trowa is not his real name. He's only known as "Nanashi" (No-Name), but Episode Zero implies that he might be Triton Bloom, a young boy who was thought to have been killed after an Alliance attack that killed Catherine's parents.
- This is foreshadowed in episode 5:
Trowa: I have no name. But if you must call me something, then Trowa. Call me Trowa Barton.
Trowa: Battle record 001. Pilot's name...let's go with Trowa.
- And in Frozen Teardrop it's confirmed. He tells his protegé Trowa Phobos that the "T" in Dokter T means "Triton", not Trowa.
- Nonspecifically Foreign: Only member of the Multinational Team without even a confirmed ethnicity. The fandom often considers him hispanic, which would make him STILL an example. He's also sometimes considered "European," or occasionally Russian.
- Numerical Theme Naming: From the French trois, meaning "three".
- Peek-a-Bangs: His impressive bangs almost always covers just one eye, depending on the angle.
- Shipper on Deck: Another possible Heero/Relena fanboy.
- Sparkling Stream of Tears: After destroying Duo's Deathscythe.
- The Stoic: Quietest member of the team.
- Taking the Bullet: For Heero during Quatre's fight with Heero. He survived, but was left with amnesia.
- Teen Genius: While the other pilots also qualify, he's the only one who manages to infiltrate Oz and Mariemeia's Army succesfully, probably because unlike the other four boys he doesn't have a massive case of Chronic Hero Syndrome to screw things up for him.
- That Man Is Dead
Quatre Raberba Winner aka Instructor Q
Voice Actors: Ai Orikasa (Japanese), Brad Swaile (English), Luis Tenorio (Latin America)
"You're afraid to die, aren't you guys? Well, then you shouldn't be fighting at all!"
The pilot of the Gundam Sandrock, Quatre is the heir to the Winner industrial magnate. He is also the co-leader of the Maganac Corps. Despite being a Gundam pilot, he is actually a very kind-hearted young man, and exhibits a form of empathy he refers to as the "Heart of Space".
- All-Loving Hero: By being the Apologetic Attacker, then by keeping the team together when they go into space.
- Apologetic Attacker: Often asks his foes to surrender, then apologizes for defeating/killing them.
- The Atoner: After almost killing his
boyfriend best friend.
- Badass: He has to be, to survive as long as he did.
- Badass Beard: While the boy himself is too young for one, the TV version of his Gundam Sandrock is notable for having an extremely large "beard" compared to the small goatee design usually found on Gundams, appropriate to its Arabian themed design. According to some sourcebooks, the Gundams "beards" are actually coolant reservoirs for the head's various sensor and computer systems, so this would serve a practical purpose as well on a machine designed for desert combat.
- Beware the Nice Ones: He only snaps once...but SNAP he does.
- Bishie Sparkle: Episode 26.
- Crossdressing Voices: In the Japanese version. Generally averted in the dubs except probably the Filipino dub.
- Crossing the Desert
- Death by Childbirth: What happened to Quatre's mother when she insisted on giving birth to Quatre naturally, when all of the Winner children before him were test tube babies and she was a very delicate Ill Girl..
- Dual Wielding: Sandrock dual wields its heat shortels.
- The Empath: Very slightly.
- Four Is Death
- Goggles Do Nothing: Subverted, as in Episode Zero, Quatre's goggles served as a symbol of the leader of the Maganac Corps.
- The Heart: Of the five Gundam pilots. He's by far the most optimistic and moral of the pilots, always believes in the others, and in the last arc of the show, he's responsible for gathering the other pilots together. Without them, they might have just stayed apart.
- Heroic Self-Deprecation: He doesn't seem to think much of himself; given an interesting twist late in the series where Zechs fights the Gundam Pilots (minus Heero) all at once and guns for Quatre; he thinks it's because Zechs sees him as the weakest, when in fact it's because Zechs knows he's The Leader.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Heero, in the second part of the series.
- Implausible Fencing Powers
- I Owe You My Life: His devotion to Trowa starts like this.
- The Leader: Heero may be The Hero, but he readily passes leadership of the Gundam Team onto the more charismatic Quatre.
- Not to mention Quatre has a personal army at his disposal in the Manganac Corps
- Leitmotif: "Looking for Peace Hiding in the Corpse", which like Trowa's theme has a somber remix ("Sandy Clock of a Sad Color").
- Made of Iron: Dorothy stabs him through the lung yet he still manages to stand there and make a very long speech at her, then pilot his mobile suit out of the Libra again.
- Martial Pacifist: Doesn't like fighting if he can help it, but he WILL do so if he's got no other choice.
- Name's the Same: His name almost sounds similar to Quattro Bajeena, despite not being the resident Char Clone of the series. This came about because the names have the same numerical origin (the name "Quattro" comes from the fact that it's Char's fourth alias).
- Numerical Theme Naming: From the French quatre, meaning "four".
- Real Men Wear Pink: Prefers art and music to things like sports.
- Reluctant Warrior: Doesn't want to fight, but does it for the greater good.
- La Résistance: Aside from being a Gundam Pilot, he's also the co-leader of the Maganac Corps.
- Sheltered Aristocrat: His backstory, his family is incredibly wealthy and as a child he didn't realize the implications of the wars going on around him.
- Shipper on Deck: When Heero goes to save Relena and Duo suggests following, Quatre's response is basically "Leave The Two Love Birds Alone".
- The Smart Guy: On the team. Which eventually turns him into The Strategist, directing the team in their battles.
- Sparkling Stream of Tears: After destroying a colony with Wing Zero, and in episode 38, when he tried to meet Trowa, only to be turned away by Catherine.
- The Strategist: In the later episodes.
- Telepathic Spacemen: The AC-verse's only known Newtype. Maybe. He temporarily has a copy of the ZERO system installed in Sandrock, so that he can coordinate the five Gundams in battle. Before the finale, he removes the ZERO system...and performs just as well without it.
- Waistcoat of Style
- Warrior Prince: More of an aristocrat than a prince, but the same basic idea.
- You Killed My Father: The reason for his Freak Out.
- Laughing Mad: Sounds creepier in the dubbed version, although both versions are great.
- What Happened to the Mouse??: In the anime, Quatre's older sister, Iria, gets a head bump and is knocked unconscious after their father was killed. She was never seen again after that. Subverted in the manga adaptation, in which she was killed along with their father. And now officially averted as of Frozen Teardrop, where she's shown to be alive and well in the future.
Chang Wufei aka Master Chang.
"Fighting a weak enemy always makes me feel so empty afterwards."
The pilot of the Shenlong Gundam, Wufei has a strong sense of warrior's pride, which conflicts with his need to be a terrorist in order to accomplish his goals. He always refers to his Gundams as "Nataku", the name his wife Mei Lan took on shortly before dying. He tries to live up to her ideals, but finds himself chaffing under the approaching peaceful era and defects to the Mariemaia Army in Endless Waltz
to fight for all the soldiers who would be "thrown away" by the pacifism espoused by Relena.
- Antagonist in Mourning: For Treize.
- Anti-Hero: The Unscrupulous variant.
- Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: Rude and condescending to those he deems weak... which (rightfully) is most people compared to him.
- Badass: Both in and out of his suit.
- Badass Bookworm: Episode Zero reveals that before Operation Meteor, he was a scholar and still kicked ass.
- The Big Guy: Contributes relatively little to the team other than pure combat skill.
- Desperately Looking for a Purpose in Life: Wu Fei goes through this a lot, which seems to be the source of confusion about his character. Initially he just follows his dead wife's ideals to honor her memory, despite the fact that he didn't believe in them himself. His role in Operation Meteor greatly conflicts with his sense of honor and fairness. Upon losing his home colony, he takes up the ideal of justice (urged upon him by Master Long before he died) In Endless Waltz he rejects the notion of true peace because it would destroy people like himself who can't live without fighting. In the end he finds his niche with Preventer, still fighting, but this time in order to protect peace and the innocent.
- Face-Heel Turn: In Endless Waltz, when he joined the Mariemaia Army because warriors like him are being cast aside in a changing world.
- Hey, You!: Calls Noin "woman" in their first battle, because he doesn't know her name.
- Hidden Depths: In Episode Zero, we find out why exactly he doesn't like girls in combat. He lost his Cute Bruiser wife Meiran very tragically.
- This was explained more thoroughly in the Glory of the Defeated manga: both of them, with Meiran in a Tallgeese prototype (and eventually suffering from internal bleeding as a result of extreme G-forces), were defending one of the L-5 colonies from a biological weapon attack from the Alliance space force; instead of letting the enemy seize the colony and Wufei's Gundam, she charges the enemies head-on, killing herself in the process.
- Battlefield of Pacifists offers another explanation for why he made his Endless Waltz Face-Heel Turn: He met a former OZ soldier who believed conflict should be used to bring out humanity's best, in this case encouraging deep space exploration. The soldier dies asking Wu Fei how far humanity will go, and as he flies off after the final battle, Wu Fei promises him that he'll be the threat that makes humanity advance.
- Honor Before Reason: He had the golden opportunity to turn Treize into a greasy smear with his Gundam, but instead got out and had a fair Sword Fight — which he lost, triggering his Heroic BSOD. It spirals from there; many of his actions are dictated more by honor and wild emotion (as well as a dose of stubborn pigheadedness,) rather then solid reason, including both refusing to team up with the Gundams on most occasions, as well as trashing both sides of a later conflict between two opposing factions. (Romefeller and White Fang.)
- I Call It "Vera": His Gundam's nickname is "Nataku", named after his deceased wife.
- Justice Will Prevail: If you ask the fandom, 1/4 of his vocabulary is "justice."
- Leitmotif: "When the Dragon Submerges, Everything Ends", which tends to get used as a generic tune for all the Gundams and thus gets the most playtime next to Heero's theme.
- Not Good with People: That's such an understatement.
- Numerical Theme Naming: His name is written with the Chinese character for "five".
- Ship Sinking: Based on what we know of Sally's Po daughter Kathy Po, it's likely that Sally and Wufei did not get together in the end.
- Sparkling Stream of Tears: After Treize allowed Wufei to kill him.
- Stay Inthe Kitchen:
- His disparaging remarks towards Noin can be interpreted this way.
- In Episode Zero he didn't want his wife to be a warrior and thought it was unladylike.
- He seems to have gotten better by the time Frozen Teadrop rolls in, since he's the mentor of Sally's daughter Kathy.
- 10-Minute Retirement: Wufei experienced this after Treize defeated him in a Sword Fight, as he felt unfit to pilot his Gundam.
- Wild Card/Spanner in the Works: Whenever he shows up, the situation is pretty much guaranteed to get exponentially more complicated.
Other Major Characters
Relena Darlian (Princess Relena Peacecraft)
Voice Actors: Akiko Yajima (Japanese), Lisa Ann Beley (English), Mireya Mendoza (Latin America)
"My name... my name is Relena Darlian. What's yours...?"
The female lead of Gundam Wing
, Relena Darlian is the daughter of Vice-Foreign Minister Darlian, an influential politician from the United Earth Sphere Alliance. Her real identity however, is the Princess of the fallen Sanc Kingdom monarchy, rescued from the destruction of the country at a very young age. At the beginning of the series, she was portrayed as a reserved and shy girl who was only seen among her peers as "the richest girl in school", until a chance encounter with Heero Yuy changed her life forever.
Zechs Merquise (Crown Prince Milliardo Peacecraft)
"My hands are too stained with blood. I'm completely unfit to head the Peacecraft monarchy. But I'm sure she would be able to head the country... as you'd intended."
Zechs Merquise is a high-ranking OZ soldier and the main rival of Heero Yuy. He is known among OZ as the "Lightning Baron" (later the "Lightning Count"). His mask actually hides his secret past: he is actually Milliardo Peacecraft, Relena's older brother and King Peacecraft's son. He pilots Tallgeese, Wing Zero (briefly), Epyon, and Tallgeese III in Endless Waltz
- Ace Pilot
- Aloof Big Brother
- The Atoner: In Endless Waltz.
- Badass: There's a reason he's Heero's rival.
- Battleship Drop:
Zechs: Libra will fall to Earth! It's the only way we'll achieve Total Pacifism!
- Blond Guys Are Well Intentioned Extremists
- Broken Ace: He's the Char Clone. What did you expect?
- Char Clone: Probably the most obvious Expy of Char Aznable ever.
Otto: The revolution speed applied by the verniers allows it to reach more than three times that of the Aries.
- Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: Switches sides at least six times over the course of the series. More justified at first as Oz becomes splintered, but later on it becomes obvious it's just a result of trying to cram Char's long and complex character-arc, comprising two TV series and a movie, into a single show.
- Decoy Getaway: Frozen Teardrop first says that Martian President Milliardo Peacecraft was assassinated by Trowa Phobos, but several chapters later reveals that "Milliardo" was Noin's older brother Dix-Neuf Noienheim, while the Milliardo we know and love has re-assumed the Zechs Merquise identity (before changing his name yet again to 'Cyrene Wind' and is currently in hiding with his daughter Naina.
- Discard and Draw: During a battle with OZ, he self-detonated his Tallgeese, and then Gundamjacked the Wing Zero before OZ got a chance to destroy it.
- Fallen Prince
- Full Potential Upgrade: Zig-Zags with Zechs' experiences with the Tallgeese.
- Heroic Sacrifice: In the final episode, when he destroyed Libra's main power generator in Heero's stead, despite the latter's pleas. He returned in Endless Waltz. The latter is foreshadowed by Noin:
Noin: I know he's still alive out there.
- Implausible Fencing Powers: It's his specialty.
- Law of Chromatic Superiority: His Gundam Epyon, as well as his OZ uniform being red.
- Lightning Bruiser: Like his rival, all the suits he pilots are both really fast & capable of cutting through entire enemy squads like a hot knife through butter.
- Long-Haired Pretty Boy
- Mask Power: Wears a silver helmet like mask for the first half of the series. He stops wearing it after it's broken during battle, and dons it again after his secret identity was discovered.
- No Place for Me There: He restores the Sanc Kingdom through warfare, but believes that he cannot stay there let alone rule in his father's stead because he has too much blood on his hands.
- He also does this at the end of Endless Waltz, as he feels Relena's new, peaceful Earth has no place for an old soldier like him, with him going to Mars to help the terraforming.
- Not So Different: His motivation for trying to stop Mariemaia was so that she didn't end up like him.
- Numerical Theme Naming: From the German sechs, meaning "six". Also, his real name, Milliardo, is Italian for "million".
- Zechs's name also has another meaning: he was only six years old when the Sanc Kingdom fell in AC 182.
- One-Man Army
- Paper-Thin Disguise: Inverted. At one point, Zechs disguises himself as Milliardo Peacecraft, ambassador of the Sanc Kingdom, but one of Lady Une's men instantly recognizes him as Zechs. In effect, he disguises himself as his true identity, but is recognized by his disguise identity.
- Red Baron: is known by the nickname of The Lightning Count (previously "The Lightning Baron") do to his lightning fast skills as a pilot.
- The Rival/Worthy Opponent: To Heero.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something
- Sixth Ranger: Which is quite appropriate.
- That Man Is Dead:
Zechs: May you rest in peace, the betrayed and outraged Milliardo Peacecraft.
- Transforming Mecha: Piloted the Epyon and for a while, Wing Zero.
- Warrior Prince
- Whip It Good: The Gundam Epyon and the Tallgeese III.
- You Killed My Father: Zechs joins OZ to avenge the deaths of his family.
"I believe that true beauty and nobility comes only in battles with others, and human life should be given the utmost respect. I truly love and respect every person who have died in battle. I don’t believe an absolute and crushing victory is what we humans need. I believe that the fight itself and the attitude of warriors are what we need."
The charismatic leader of OZ and Zechs's best friend. He believes in the idea of war and conflict as noble, and thus welcomes the Gundams and their pilots as a challenge
(apparently even hiding their existence from the Alliance in order to ensure they weren't stopped). He ends up splitting with the Romefeller Foundation when they introduce the Mobile Doll, believing that removing the human factor from war is a terrible idea.
During his imprisonment, Treize created the Gundam Epyon, and during the final arc, he would pilot the Tallgeese II.
- Ace Custom: Tallgeese II, which is little more than the original Tallgeese with a new head, a blue and gold color scheme and a more powerful dober gun.
- Ace Pilot
- Affably Evil
- Big Bad: He alternates this role with Dermail, Quinze, and Zechs. He's probably the closest thing the series has to an overall villain though. Despite probably being the nicest of the antagonists.
- Big Ol' Eyebrows: Not as big as Dorothy's though.
- Blood Knight
- Born in the Wrong Century: Treize is an anachronism. Worse still, he seems to be aware of it.
- Broken Ace:: He's got all the ability of The Ace and the personality of a Type A Stepford Smiler.
- The Chessmaster
- Contemplate Our Navels
- Death Seeker: See Suicide by Cop.
- Even Evil Has Standards: Treize is the only person opposed to the use of Romefeller's Mobile Doll system.
- A Father to His Men: As much as anyone else in the series—aside from thanking those under his command (to Une's displeasure), Treize can recall the precise number, to the digit, of OZ officers and soldiers killed in pursuit of his goals, to everyone else's surprise.
- In one of the show's most brilliant moments, he challenges Chief Engineer Tsubarov and his Mobile Dolls to a showdown—and then orders the OZ soldiers in the command center to assassinate Tsubarov. Every single soldier in the room pulls a gun and makes ready to shoot him, without hesitation.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Is averted in the series, where Une jumps in the way of his, though he still dies later by similiar means.
- Hey, It's That Voice!: Considering his English VA, he could be another Magnificent Bastard - Megatron, to be more precise... he resembles Sosuke Aizen from Bleach or more to say Sosuke Aizen LOOKS LIKE Treize Khushrenada!
- Hidden Agenda Villain: Wants both to prove the nobility of the soldier's spirit while creating a conflict that will force both the Earth and the Space Colonies to stop fighting each other and embrace true peace as equals.
- Honor Before Reason
- Icy Blue Eyes: Of the icy variety.
- Implausible Fencing Powers: Wufei challenges Treize to a sword duel in the first encounter between the two, and Treize defeats Wufei without breaking a sweat.
- The Leader: Type I & IV combo, with shades of III.
- Let's Fight Like Gentlemen: A big believer in old-school honor and chivalry in combat, despite being a mean chess player. This is the reason the Epyon Gundam was built without any long-range weapons.
- Love Epiphany: Realises he actually cares about Une right after she's shot and almost killed.
- Manipulative Bastard
- Man of Wealth and Taste: By Gundam Wing standards of fashion, absolutely.
- Numerical Theme Naming: From the French word for "thirteen".
- Officer and a Gentleman: Probably the most outstanding example in the whole franchise, which is populated heavily by immoral military leaders (when they're effective at all), Treize lives the part: he abides by a strict code of conduct, woos the ladies (for no apparent reason besides being charming, with one notable exception), strongly opposes civilian casualties, is cultured as hell and holds those under his command to the same standard.
- Real Men Wear Pink: Rose. Scented. Bubble. Baths. He also enjoys opera music.
- Something About a Rose: Treize wouldn't be Treize without an abundance of these.
- The Stoic: Most of the time.
- Suicide by Cop: Allows Wufei to kill him in the final battle as he saw himself no longer necessary for the coming era of peace.
- Sword Fight: With Wufei.
- Taking the Bullet (for a 12-years-old Noin, in the backstory.)
- Tall, Dark and Snarky
- Thirteen Is Unlucky: He's named after the French word for thirteen, he's a major villain, and the only member of the main cast to die. Pretty unlucky.
- Übermensch: Though he himself seems to believe that the Gundam pilots are the real Ubermensches.
- Unwitting Pawn: Everyone else is his. No exceptions. You, reading this page right now? All According to Plan.
- War Is Glorious: Expresses this belief; whether he believes it is up in the air. He's clearly offended by the idea of Mobile Dolls turning war into a game without consequences for the side that uses them.
- The War to End All Wars: His goal is to trigger this.
- Warrior Therapist
- Wicked Cultured: He's described as an aristocrat and video-chats with Zechs while he's at the opera, practicing his marksmanship... taking a bath....
- Worthy Opponent: To Wufei, but also applies to the rest of the Gundam pilots as well.
"Zechs Merquise, or rather, Peacecraft. Come here and lean on me."
OZ's pilot instructor, based out of the Lake Victoria Base in Africa. Extremely skilled and competent, she serves as a stern but caring figure to her trainees. When Wu Fei slaughters them early on, she moves into the field to fight alongside Zechs. She's also Zechs' Secret Keeper
, and is deeply in love with him.
Noin initially piloted the Aries, but after joining the Sanc Kingdom, she pilots her white Taurus mobile suit, which she keeps through Endless Waltz
- Ace Custom/Transforming Mecha: Her white Taurus mobile suit.
- Action Girl
- Anguished Declaration of Love: Subverted. Noin actually admits her love for Zechs not to let him know her feelings, but after she reveals to Relena that he's her brother so she can stop wishing for his death.
- Go Through Me: In episode 47, Noin takes aim at Zechs when the latter is about to attack Peacemillion, and Zechs is about to attack Noin. However, Zechs backs out of attacking her at the last minute.
- I Am Not Left-Handed: Zechs insists that Noin always held herself back in order to make him look better. Considering he graduated top of their class, and is one of the few pilots to go toe-to-toe with the Gundams and live, this could go a long way towards explaining how she keeps up with the team despite never receiving a Gundam or Super Prototype of her own.
- Ironic Echo: "You should be more graceful, Lady Une."
- Lady of War
- Last Name Basis: She's the only character who routinely goes by her last name, even being referred to as such by her lover, Zechs. This is at her own insistence, as she explains that gender has no place in the battlefield during Episode Zero.
- Lovely Angels: With Sally.
- Neutral Female: In the final battle, Noin doesn't fight Milliardo because of her love for him, but at the same time she refuses to abandon her ideals just for the sake of being with him, and thus spends most of the battle doing nothing before she goes over to MO-II.
- Numerical Theme Naming: From the German neun, meaning "nine".
- Official Couple: She and Zechs are the closest to it, even with the No Hugging, No Kissing policy of sorts. Confirmed in Frozen Teardrop, where she not only married him but became the mother of his children, the Half Identicaltwins Naila and Milou.
- Peek-a-Bangs: To a lesser extent.
- Plucky Girl
- Purple Eyes
- Raven Hair, Ivory Skin: A beautiful and pale-skinned woman with dark hair...
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: Word of God says she's descended from Italian nobility.
- Stern Teacher: To the Academy cadets. She was a borderline Drill Sergeant Nasty to them in training, but also comforted a dying young man when Wufei bombed their dorms and took the attack on them very, very seriously.
- Team Mom: To the Gundam pilots (specially to Quatre) and Relena, in the second part of the series.
- What Could Have Been: In a 2005 interview with the creators, Noin was originally a male, and was going to be the Garma Zabi to Zechs's Char. The only vestige of this in the final series is the Taurus, which was designed to be "sleek" in order to match up with her original personality.
Voice Actors: Sayuri Yamauchi (Japanese), Enuka Okuma (English) To see her Saint Une persona, click here
Treize's fiercely loyal second-in-command, Lady Une is a stern, uncompromising woman who even other members of OZ refer to as "Iron Une".
When these actions cause her to almost set off some ICBMs in order to destroy the Gundams
, Treize encourages her to act more gracefully, which results in her developing a Split Personality
"Saint Une", who is soft-spoken, sweet-natured, and a peace advocate
. This ends up creating a personality conflict when "Saint" is confronted with "Iron"'s actions. At the end of the series she resolves the conflict and comes out of with the best of both sides, being compassionate but also badass.
- Armor-Piercing Slap: Used on Noin, most famously.
- She was about to do the same to Mariemaia, but Relena beat her to it.
- Axe Crazy: Arguably her "Iron" Une persona.
- The Baroness: In her militaristic personality.
- Berserk Button: Don't tell her she doesn't understand Treize's ideals. Noin got slapped for that reason. Subverted though as Noin got the last word when Treize called off the mass bombing of the colonies.
- Bishoujo Sparkle: episode 19; as "Saint Une".
- Colonel Badass
- Cry Cute: When Relena refuses to kill her.
- Dark Action Girl: Before personality merge & subsequent Heel-Face Turn.
- Everyone Calls Him Barkeep: Subverted; her first name might actually be "Lady" (as seen when a colony representative calls her "Miss Lady".
- Four Eyes, Zero Soul: An unusual female version. When Lady Une puts on the glasses, it means that the ruthless "Iron Une" is in command.
- Ironic Name: Her name means "one." She has a split personality.
- Her number is 11. Two 1s.
- Iron Lady
- Kick the Dog: In episode 10, when she threatened to shoot down the colonies unless the Gundam pilots surrender, forcing Heero to Take a Third Option.
- She punts the pup twice in a row, when Noin objects openly to the slaughter of civilians and she slaps her as a reply.
- Letting Her Hair Down and The Glasses Come Off: Her transition into Saint Une.
- Meganekko: Huge subversion. She wears glasses and looks good with them... but as Colonel Une. The kindness and gentleness associated with the archetype go all to the glasses-less Saint.
- Numerical Theme Naming: From the French word for "one".
- Parental Substitute (maybe, for Mariemeia)
- Proper Lady: As Saint Une
- Psycho Supporter: As Lady Une, again.
- Silk Hiding Steel: Where Colonel and Saint meet.
- Split Personality: As Lady Une, she's a ruthlessly efficient bitch. As Saint Une, she's a sweet young lady. At the end, she reconciles both of her personalities and keeps the best of them.
- Subordinate Excuse: Towards Treize.
- Team Mom: In Endless Waltz
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: Lady and Saint Une can be seen as the two in one body.
- What Could Have Been: In a 2005 interview with the creators, Une was going to be a clumsy country girl who was nice to Treize.
- Younger Than They Look: From her voice, rank, face, and bearing, she appears to be at least thirty. But official sources set her in-series age at nineteen.
Voice Actors: Naoko Matsui (Japanese), Cathy Weseluck (English), Angelica Diaz (Latin America)
"Hurry up and start a war!"
The granddaughter of Romefeller Chairman Duke Dermail, Dorothy Catalonia is the polar opposite of Relena; while Relena follows her family's philosophy of total pacifism, Dorothy fully embraces war. She first appears when Relena revives the Sanc Kingdom, being sent by Romefeller to spy on the young princess, and quickly steps into the big game.
Voice Actors: Rei Sakuma (Japanese), Maggie Blue O'Hara (English)
"History is much like an endless waltz. The three beats of war, peace, and revolution continue on forever. However, history will change upon the day of my coronation.
The daughter of Treize Khushrenada, Mariemaia is one of the main antagonists of Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz
, who believes that she's the rightful heir to the Earth Sphere Unified Nation. She is also the co-leader of her namesake army, the Mariemaia Army.
A former associate of the original Heero Yuy, Dekim Barton is the main villain of Endless Waltz
. He is the co-leader of the Mariemaia Army, as well as the leader of the Barton Foundation.
Voice Actors: Saori Suzuki (Japanese), Moneca Stori (English, 1st), Cathy Weseluck (English, 2nd)
A professional knife-thrower who works for a traveling circus, Catherine developed a hatred for war, since her family was killed during an Alliance attack, which she witnessed as a child.
- Armor Piercing Punch: To Trowa.
- Cool Big Sis
- The Danza: voiced by Cathy Weseluck in English, her full name's Catherine. This won't be her last.
- Knife Nut: Works as the circus's knife thrower. In Frozen Teardrop, she trains Trowa Phobos in knife use.
- Luke, I Am Your Father: According to Episode Zero, she's very likely to be Trowa's long lost older sister.
- Mama Bear: She is very overprotective of Trowa, after he survived Quatre's attack.
- The Other Darrin: Played by Moneca Stori for the first 13 episodes, then replaced by Cathy Weseluck from then on.
- Parental Abandonment: She lost her parents and her baby brother Triton, who has been confirmed in Frozen Teardrop to be Trowa during an Alliance attack, then was adopted by the circus people.
- Plucky Girl
- Sparkling Stream of Tears: Also in the aptly-titled episode, "Catherine's Tears".
- Stern Teacher: To Trowa Phobos in Frozen Teardrop.
- What the Hell, Hero?: On Trowa, when he almost self-detonates. Later on Quatre, when he wants Trowa to remember him, despite all the risks it will bring.
Voice Actors: Yumi Touma (Japanese), Moneca Stori (English, first), Samantha Ferris (English, second)
An Alliancer medical officer, she was on duty when a badly injured Heero was brought into a hospital. This chance encounter lead to her quitting the Alliance and joining up with anti-OZ rebels, now considering the Gundam Pilots to be the Earth's best hope for real peace. She serves as the Team Mom
and helps out whenever she can, but doesn't do a lot of piloting.
Voice Actors: Kae Araki (Japanese), Marcy Goldberg (English)
An OZ volunteer from the space colonies, she meets Duo on the moon and helps chase him down when he attempts to escape. However, his words convince her that OZ isn't interested in the colonies' wellbeing at all, leading her to resign and start working with Duo.
- Affirmative Action Girl
- Badass Normal: Well, she is a trained soldier & pilot. She even manages to survive an encounter with the Mobile Doll versions of the Vayeate & the Mercurius to bring some important info regarding the enemy, albeit suffering some serious injuries before Duo pulls a Big Damn Heroes to save her.
- Went one on one with Duo once in an equal suit. The fight was a draw.
- Demoted to Extra: In Endless Waltz, Hilde only appeared in the closing credits of the final OAV and the movie, presumably done to show that she survived the Eve Wars. This is kunderstandable, given that the last time we saw her in the series, she was badly injured in combat and being taken to Peacemillion's sick bay, making it a case of What Happened to the Mouse? until EW.
- She briefly appeared in the Battlefield of Pacifists manga, where it seems Duo's in the doghouse for some reason. She was talking with Trowa.
- Genki Girl
- Nice Hat: Has a cute pink beret. She wears a teal-green beret in the ending for Endless Waltz: Special Edition.
- Official Couple and Ship Sinking: Frozen Teardrop says that she and Duo were married, but not before a tumultuous on-and-off relationship. They end up divorcing because of what she thought Duo was irresponsible. Duo Jr., a child "adopted" by their orphanage, is implied to be their biological son: Hilde claims she thinks him to be a lovechild of one of Father's women, however Duo Sr. muses that the child would have been born while he and Hilde were still together...
- Playful Hacker
- Plucky Girl
- Team Mom: After the war, she works in an Orphanage of Love.
- Why Do You Keep Changing Jobs?: Let's see: MS pilot for OZ, a junk dealer with Duo, a spy, a hacker. In Frozen Teardrop, she's becomes a Hospital Hottie, a librarian, an expert in nano technology and a nun.
- Wrench Wench: With her own scrapyard. She's good enough to pass as one of the Libra's mechanics.
Doctor J voiced by: Minoru Inaba (Japanese), Dave Ward (English)
Professor G voiced by: Yuzuru Fujimoto (Japanese)
Doktor S voiced by: Shinya Ōtaki (Japanese), David Mackay (English)
Instructor H voiced by: Takashi Taguchi (Japanese)
Master O voiced by: Masashi Hirose (Japanese)
The five Gundam Scientists, Doctor J, Professor G, Doktor S, Instructor H, and Master O, were known as the creators of the five Gundams. Before that, they were the creators of the Tallgeese, the first mobile suit, and the Wing Zero, the mobile suit that the five Gundams were based on.
An engineer who worked on the Tallgeese alongside the Gundam Scientists, meaning he's an expert mobile suit mechanic but more laid back. He's fond of the oceans, so he operates his own mobile dock ship. He works with the good guys, first supporting Duo early on, and then Zechs following his "death".
The leader of the Romefeller Foundation, Duke Dermail seeks to control the United Earth Sphere Alliance for himself. He is The Man Behind the Man
to OZ and Treize Khushreneda.
Chief Engineer Tsubarov
Voice Actors: Yuji Mikimoto (Japanese), Richard Newman (English)
- All There in the Manual: His first name is Ken. Who knew?
- Axe Crazy: Big time. With his Hair-Trigger Temper, obsession with his mobile dolls, and epic Villainous Breakdown this is pretty much a given. He's arguably the craziest person in Wing.
- Blood Knight/Psycho for Hire: By proxy. He wants to turn his mobile dolls into the perfect weapon, and thus loves a good war.
- Evil Genius: Of the Romefeller Foundation, although interestingly his personality is closer to what you'd expect of The Brute. Still, he's not only a brilliant engineer and technician, but one of the few people in the colonies to recognise that trusting the captured Gundam pilots and scientists is probably a stupid thing to do.
- Evil Is Not Pacifist: Hell no.
- Hair-Trigger Temper
- Karmic Death: Slain in the very rebellion he triggered, as his precious mobile dolls destroy everything around them.
- Kick the Dog: Shoots Une, tries to suffocate the Gundam pilots, unleashes his mobile dolls against civillians...pretty much all his time on-screen is spent kicking dogs.
- Lack of Empathy: His betrayal of Lady Une, desire to murder the Gundam pilots, and the fact that he looks on warfare and bloodshed as nothing more than a way to show off his inventions cement his status as a completely amoral and empathyless individual.
- Mad Scientist
- No Indoor Voice: Very, very loud.
- No-Nonsense Nemesis: He's an Axe Crazy lunatic, but Tsubarov understands something that the rest of Romefeller never does—namely that the Gundam pilots are dangerous and should simply be killed the moment they enter captivity. He expresses similar sentiments about Treize if memory serves.
- Psycho Supporter: Of Dermail. He wants a chance to test out his mobile dolls, and Dermail's belief that War Is Glorious provides it.
- Robot Master
- Smug Snake
- This Cannot Be!: More or less his reaction to the White Fang rebellion. It leads directly into his Villainous Breakdown.
- Villainous Breakdown: Is left ranting about how he is invincible as the complex collapses around him.
- War for Fun and Profit: As a Blood Knight-by-proxy, Tsubarov wants to get a war going so that he can demonstrate the superiority of his mobile dolls. Unlike Duke Dermail, he's not operating under the delusion that War Is Glorious either—he just wants to show off his creations.
A former associate of the original Heero Yuy, Quinze is the co-leader and founder of the colonial rebel faction, White Fang, who seeks to declare war on Earth.
"Long live... KING ZECHS!"
Zechs' right-hand man, Otto Richter was the test pilot of the Tallgeese before Zechs piloted it himself. He was one of three people who knew Zechs's true identity as Prince Milliardo Peacecraft, hinting that he may have been from the Sanc Kingdom.
- A Good Way to Die Not exactly happy about being killed about Sandrock, but by his own words, he wanted to see what his mobile suit could do...
- Badass Bookworm: One of OZ's numerous warrior-engineering types. In The Glory of Losers, he's presented as one of Epyon's designers when Treize first first reviews the design.
- Battle Butler: Another in Zechs' retinue.
- I'm Dying, Please Take My MacGuffin: Finds, and recommends, the Tallgeese mobile suit to Zechs right before dying in battle (arguably his quiessential weapon for the series).
- Mauve Shirt
Vice-Foreign Minister Darlian and Mrs. Maureen Darlian
Voice actors: Akio Ohtsuka (The Vice Foreign Minister, Japanese), Yumi Touma (Mrs. Darlian, Japanese)
Young Relena's parents, who are kind and affectionate despite the Minister being rather absent from her life. It turns out they're not her biological parents: they were a part of the Sanc Kingdom royalty, and the Minister was entrusted with baby Relena by the dying King Peacecraft as it fell. More than a decade later, the Minister would be murdered, which thrust Relena fully into the plot...
- Number Two: The Minister was this to King Peacecraft
- Parental Substitute: Darlian was a high-ranked nobleman from the Sanc Kingdom when it collapsed, and he and his wife took little Princess Relena in after it fell.
- Parents as People: Relena loved her father, but there was a lot of friction over the fact that his work kept him away.
- Sacrificial Lamb (poor Vice-Foreign Minister Darlian)
- Secret Keeper (both of them knew who Relena and Zechs truly are)
- Tall, Dark and Handsome: Premier Darlian
Zayeed "Master" Winner
Voiced by: Kinryuu Arimoto (JP)
Quatre's father and the patriarch of the Winner family. He has a strained relationship with Quatre, when he forgoes his family's pacifist beliefs to become a Gundam pilot.
Dr. Iria Winner
Field Marshall Noventa
The Maganac Corps
A team of Arab mercenaries, based out of Baghdad. They form a close-knit, familial group, bonding over their common origin as test tube babies. They serve Quatre loyally, following their original meeting in AC 193
where the young man helped them escape the Alliance while putting himself at great personal risk. The overall commander is Rashid Kurama, along with sub-commanders Abdul, Ahmad, and Auda.
- Ace Custom: All of them. Each Maganac is given free reign to customize his mobile suit however he sees fit, meaning that all 40 of their MS are unique and different.
- Anime Hair: Rashid, coupled with a Badass Beard.
- Badass Moustache: Ahmad
- Bottomless Magazines
- Cool Shades (Abdul, one of the younger members)
- Designer Babies: According to Episode Zero, all of the members are test-tube babies.
- The Family That Slays Together: They're not blood-related, but... (see Designer Babies above)
- A Father to His Men: Rashid
- Gentle Giant: Rashid.
- Meaningful Name: According to Episode Zero, "Maganac" means family. It's based on one of the Tagalog words for family, "mag-anak".
- The Mole: Yuda in Quatre's chapter of Episode Zero. If you missed the symbolism, his codename with the Alliance is "Iscariot".
- Nice Hat: Fez!
- Numerological Motif: There are 40 of them. And only 40.
- Parental Substitute: Especially noticeable in the episode where the four main commanders chew Quatre out for going off on his own.
- La Résistance
- Rousing Speech: Rashid gives one when he addresses the Maganac and their town in episode 11.
- Team Dad (Rashid, also a Cool Old Guy)
- True Companions
- Waistcoat of Style: They all have one, which might also be Bullet Proof Vests...
- Weapon of Choice: Abdul's Maganac has an Arm Cannon, while Auda's has a Power Fist in the form of a giant Gundanium claw hand.
The Little Girl And Her Dog
The Real Trowa Barton
Sister Helen and Father Maxwell
The man who actually kickstarted the whole plot by murdering the real Heero Yuy.
- Disappeared Dad - Mysterious Parent: Toyed with. Episode Zero hinted at Lowe being just a Parental Substitute for young Heero... and then Frozen Teardrop revealed that he was Heero's biological father. He left baby Heero in the care of Heero's Action Mom, his ex-girlfriend Aoi Clark, then took him back in after the murders of Aoi and her second husband Seis.
- Give Him a Normal Life: He intended to let go of his son Heero after his last work (assassinating Septem). Said last work failed, and he died.) And even earlier than that, this was part of the reason he'd left Aoi, pregnant with Heero, in the first place.
- Hitman with a Heart
- Ret Irony
Long Meiran aka Nataku
King Peacecraft (Marticus Rex)
The monarch of the Sanc Kingdom and the father of Princess Relena and Prince Milliardo (AKA Zechs Merquise). He adopted Heero Yuy's Total Pacifism beliefs for Earth and developed a diplomatic relationship with Heero. On AC 182, King Peacecraft was killed along with the royal family during the Alliance's invasion of the Sanc Kingdom, except for the two children: young Milliardo was taken in by the OZ group, while little Relena was adopted by the King's Number Two
. His real name is Marticus Rex, and he directly got into the Peacecraft family through marrying Queen Katrina's daughter of the same name.
The Real Heero Yuy
The charismatic leader of the colonies, the original Heero Yuy was the creator of the Total Pacifism philosophy, encouraging its citizens it peacefully oppose the United Earth Sphere Alliance. His philosophy was later adopted on Earth by the Peacecraft family, who would later develop a diplomatic relationship with Heero Yuy. Yuy's assassination on April 7, AC 175 would throw the colonies into chaos.
Characters from Frozen Teardrop (SPOILERS!)
Sally's daughter from the Frozen Teardrop
Duo Maxwell Jr.
The son of Father Maxwell, member of the Preventers. It's not known who his mother is, but it's implied she may be Hilde. She denies it by the time being.
- Generation Xerox: Looks like his dad, acts like his dad, sounds like his dad, his actual partner used to be his dad's partner... In a possible subversion, it turns out that Duo may be only his adoptive dad, no blood relation.
- Mouthy Kid
- Sempai/Kohai: Refers to his partner Heero Yuy as senpai, implying he had quite a degree of respect for him.
Katherine Oud Winner
The youngest of the Winner siblings, and Quatre's younger sister. Presumed to be another test-tube baby.
Trowa Phobos aka No-Name.
The guy who murdered Dix-Neuf Noinheim. He's later caught and trained by Dokter T (Trowa), Instructor W (Quatre) and Catherine Bloom.
One of Treize's earliest supporters and his younger half brother.
Treize's unfortunate mother.
The nephew of the real Heero Yuy and Treize's Disappeared Dad
Angelina's husband. Actually, her second one. He's also the father of Vingt Khushrenada, the brother of Chilias Catalonia, and
Treize's grandfather. As well as Vingt's.
A mysterious woman who worked with Odin Lowe. And the mother of his son, whom we know as Heero Yuy.
Aoi's husband. His brother Trant Clark is a member of OZ.
Noin's older brother.
Milou and Naina Peacecraft
Two young twins from Mars. The children of Zechs and Noin. After the "murder" of their dad, Naina stays in Hilde's orphanage for some time and then goes to her aunt Relena's side, while Milou stays with their mother Noin and befriends Kathy Winner.
Brigadier General Chilias Catalonia
Dorothy's father and Treize's mentor.
Katrina and Sabrina Peacecraft
Two beautiful twin sisters who were born in Earth. They're the princesses of the Sanc Kingdom, and Katrina is the maternal grandmother of Relena and Zechs.