Brought to its epitome when her "punishment" for a SHOCKER Hopper clone of Tomoe is for her to live with the morality conflict brought upon by her mission parameters conflicting with the Masquerade as THI's Chairwoman of the Board, and thus one of SAUL's ranking officers.
JUNKER's Trooper Commander and our resident Navy Joker. Delivers chocolates personally to her troopers.
Apocalypse Maiden: Being a Joker is kinda supposed to mean Kaoru is liable to scrub the planet clean of life with kaijin should she be the last Undead standing (Class 3a to Class 4 on the Apocalypse How scale). Luckily JUNKER is apparently working on a facsimile to alleviate that...
Hollywood Hacking: Two-thirds averted - there's well-grounded hard-science (or at least hard Cyberpunk) terminology thrown about when she works her magic, and the sphere of influence is well-delineated (if exacerbated by a spot of Everything Is Online)...but it all comes down to her Technopath tendencies being channeled through a customized JUNKER earbud.
Break the Badass: On the other hand, if you want to terrify her... threaten to send her back to THI, who made her like this in the first place.
Broken Bird: The lambasting that life gave her during the Void Hour Incident is shown to have left Kenoko emotionally wrecked. She's improving rapidly with exposure to a Rider team who aren't complete morons/hate her, but the Jade-Colored Glasses resurface around the legacy characters or when the Void Hour Incident is brought up, often as a bitter, sarcastic rant about how crappy it was.
It gets worse once Kenoko admits that it was Tomoe's voice she heard giving her orders, and she just wanted her lover to be happy... and worse still, given her new reveal that it felt "better than anything", and she's not sure what she'd do if that was taken away from her again. And then worse again when it turns out that Nigo's programming was, in fact, erased in the Void Incident, and that the version we see coming out is Kenoko slipping back into the role because she's that scared of it happening. In other words, Your Mind Makes It Real coupled with a pseudo-voluntary Face-Heel Turn.
Retired Badass: Well, she tries her best, still gets in trouble from time to time, so you get things like...
Red Baron: "The Lion", shortened from her older "The Lion of Gekkoukan".
Smoking Is Cool: ... her Establishing Character Moment, which has her telling a robot to get off her junkyard because it's presence is against the rules, hitting it with a lead pipe almost as long as she is, tanking an explosion, punching it in half, and ignoring being set on fire long enough to chain her cigarette off it's burning corpse.
Badass Normal: During the first two weeks in-game, she was the only vanilla human in the bunch. Everyone else was a Showaborg, an Orphenoch, a Fangire, a Worm, and in Kaoru's case an Undead.
By the time week 3 rolled around, Kuuga and KB Den-O both had human users.
Broken Pedestal: While at first glance Becca has proven she's quite skilled, Rebecca has outright admitted she only joined D&P because she needed a job and the only other place that would take her was a bakery.
Face-Heel Turn: When Rebecca is kidnapped by Tenpai, Tenpai managed to unintentionally convince Rebecca to join him.
Fatal Flaw: A one-two-three punch of a missing sense of self-confidence, not getting any attention to the point of non-projecting, and an inferiority complex, all of which were exacerbated to the nth degree thanks to Rio training.
Informed Flaw: Anger issues. Stated to be a problem for her before joining D&P, though it hasn't come up during the actual course of play.
At least until we started to see her as Violent Emotion Decade. The name sounds like it's made of and for anger issues.
The Gambler: Complete with lucky coin she makes her decisions with.
Headphones Equal Isolation: Averted; Akebara is quite outgoing. Of course, it's entirely possible that she's only wearing her headphones clipped to her breast pocket to draw attention to her, well, breasts.
And then revealed to be a subversion when it turns out she's more isolated than anyone else in the cast.
Legacy Character: Sort of - she's Wyll's adopted daughter and is carrying on with his Proto-Decade Driver, but she wants to avoid his legacy. His methods, on the other hand, she's somewhat liberal with.
Self-Made Orphan: Sorta. Her mother died in childbirth, but her father was an abusive dick, and when he beats her bloody she wishes he was dead just as Wyll walks by...
Take That: Appears to be one against KRV proper, via very dark twist on the rampant sex (or, as some of the fandom calls it, "whore lolis") that dominated that game.
Confirmed for one with recent reveals.
Un-Person: A sorta-kinda example. Akebara has so many layers of "mask" that she's completely unused to people referring to her as a person. Which is why Haru's treatment of her as "Ake" (instead of "breasts" like most of the rest of the cast) draws out such a strong emotional response.
What Have I Become?: Played with. It initially looks like Ake bypasses two out of four Stages of Monster Grief, moving right to "Acceptance", but it's more that she went through Denial and Defiance simultaneously during the first few weeks (and her backstory), and Haruka really knows how to give someone a talking to.
Half-Fangire Needs FN-TAU Badly: Akebara is hypermetabolic. Most Fangires can go for about two months without a shot of TAU (or life-force if you're still a bad not!vampire). Ake? Ten-ish minutes.
Holy crap a Kuuga who didn't learn his trade from being shot by Faiz.
The Apprentice: Kouta is one of the only cast members with no battle experience, though it's been implied he's not unused to hand-to-hand combat. Recently apprenticed himself to Kenoko for learning about how to use his weapons.
Rookie Red Rider: Because the events of Hour of the Void took place nearly forty years before he was born, Kouta is one of the only cast members not jaded about it. He also doesn't know much about how JUNKER operates as a result.
Lemony-fresh proprietor of the resident Good Guy Bar, Irish Mist, and now R&D lackey (confined to such due to causing a mess as Mahjong Rider Tenpai). Seems significantly less of a Jerk Ass than his KRV incarnation.
Child Prodigy: Shows shades of it - such as absorbing virtually all the Shinkenger-related information in a matter of minutes. All while demanding fortune cookies. Which she doesn't know how to eat properly.
Innocent Prodigy: On the one hand, Lexi's guardian trusts her enough to wander about on her own and make her own decisions. On the other hand, she tends to lock people into an Infinite Why Loop and doesn't seem to have a solid concept of friendship, and still acts childish (she drinks her soda with a sippy-straw and attaches herself to Korin like a little sister).
Opposite-Sex Clone: Of Vincent, genetic modification into an Undead notwithstanding. This explains why they share hair and eye colour.
Odd Couple: As referenced above, it's unclear exactly how two girls of such exceedingly different personalities and tastes became such fast friends.
Omniscient Database: Both averted and played straight - while Tricia can't simply look up where someone like the villain is hiding out without extensive time and effort, her enormous Gather Information is such that she can effectively read people's wiki pages upon meeting them.
Techno Wizard / Technopath: Thanks to Leo's many alterations and upgrades to her mind, she's capable of tracking down nearly any information and breaking into nearly any database. She seems to prefer an Unusual User Interface not unlike the Gaia Library.
Layered Electronic Organism "Leo"
The nanite colony responsible for giving Lydia and Tricia their powers.
Friends with Benefits: Bizarre variation with Auto, who Leo partners with over both being robots and a shared love of porn.
Canon Immigrant: from Viewtiful Joe. Hardly the first to come straight out of a work, but definitely the first wholesale lifting of a non-RP character.
Genius Bruiser: He knew the toku genre well enough to know that scrawny wimpy kids would be at a disadvantage, even with super-powered bug suits. Time will tell whether this equates with him Taking A Level In Badass.
Hot-Blooded: Not the biggest example of one you'll ever meet, especially with Silvia being who-knows-where, but one nonetheless.
Mr. Fixit: At least in the sense that he applied his knowledge to his love of the toku genre (see Otaku trope below), and ended up doing a whole lot of good with it.
Otaku: of the toku genre. In fact, so much so, that when he found some schematics at Silvia's house, he Jumped At The Non-Existent Call and built a functional henshin device with them.
Power Trio: Part of Jackpot Squadron, along with Gary and Xander.
Zu-Gara-Da "Gary" Oku
Another of Rebecca's subordinates (and later GetterTrooper 7). Set the "Grongi = Bad Cockney" precedent the campaign is following.
Fake Brit: Bad Cockney when Haken is playing him, and better Cockney (complete with Rhyming Slang) when Axel is playing him (though Axel is Australian, so he's closer to Real Brit than anyone except Raven, who is actually British).
Power Trio: Part of Jackpot Squadron, along with Xander and Akemi.
Squad leader and wheelman of 10th ZECT. His childishness is matched only by his competence.
Child Soldier: Apparently rescued from a Lucky Clover lab that bred him for "rent-a-jihad in some hellhole on the Equator."
Currently operating just outside of JUNKER jurisdiction as one of Riderdom's most reviled belts.
Jumped at the Call: Given some of the other personality traits that he has, no one should be surprised by his reaction to being offered the Masked Rider belt for no reason that's apparent to him.
Hot-Blooded: Given that he's based off of Anime Tenchou, a.k.a. the hat-wearing fellow seen here, does this really come as a surprise?
Large Ham: Once again, he has enough energy in his thoughts, words, and actions for at least two other people, thanks to his personality template. See the above link.
For example, he has transformed or almost transformed when JUNKER higher-ups haven't wanted him to do so on two separate occasions. One of those times was almost immediately after being granted his belt.
Ake will never be amused by him. Ever.
Lethal Joke Character: There's a slight possibility of things panning out this way. Haruka seems to think it will.
Otaku: Specifically, towards Rider-tech. It's hard to tell whether he's more or less of one than Joe.
Shout-Out: To Anime Tenchou, the man who works behind the counter of a Japanese equivalent to a bookstore, and always tries to make Konata buy stuff.
Make Wrong What Once Went Right: This new breed of SHOCKER goons hails from the KRV timeline as it was "supposed" to progress (so far as Ace and Sieg know), but couldn't invade Void Hour to ensure their own existence due to a TSPD lockdown.