Silk Hiding Steel: The sweet and gentle maid of an inn, who works as a Reverse Mole and fights with the party. She's also got a cooperative attack with her dad where she runs up and whacks an enemy upside the head with a broom.
Blatant Lies / Suspiciously Specific Denial: When Sieg has just returned after being thrown to the Ravine of Infinity along with Liu and Chrodechild, Roberto tells him how angry he is and that he is not happy to see him. With a completely cheerful face.
Redemption Demotion: Divine Edge got seriously nerfed between the initial Hopeless Boss Fight and her duel with Chrodechild. Even with both sisters working together, you can't replicate the full-party-heavy-damage attack she initially uses.
Blessed with Suck: She's a Reader, capable of transcribing information from Chronicles, which takes a huge toll on her body and is obviously extremely painful. According to Rizwan, Readers rarely survive more than a few years of work.
Save the Princess: Double subverted. Sieg's initial reaction to finding out she's being locked in the basement and worked to death is to try to get her out, but Taj talks him out of trying anything right then. But once the Company is about to split with the Magedom anyway, the first thing he does is rescue her.
Badass Boast: When confronted by Magedom troops, they say he shouldn't bother resisting since he doesn't have any weapons aside from a carving knife. He replies that he wouldn't ruin his best tool by fighting someone with it, and that he can take them on with just his fists.
Berserk Button: People who are insufficiently appreciative of his food.
Villains Out Shopping: He was sent to keep an eye on Icas, but since Icas is pretty much contained, Ouragan winds up spending most of his time sightseeing instead. He thinks the order to assassinate him was stupid anyway.
Blood Knight: Mildly. She really wants to fight Chrodechild and Mourgent, but she's not out to kill anyone.
Tickle Torture: Gives one to Buchse near the end of the game. Buchse is not pleased.
Obfuscating Stupidity: Like Yula, he insists that it is just coincidence that he has a lot in common with a certain noble of Ritterschild.
Brown Note: It's unknown which has the effect of making people angry - the music, the instrument, or Ramin himself.
Ham-to-Ham Combat: There's a sidequest involving a version of him from another world. They quickly wind up yelling various insults at each other, apparently unaware that calling your alternate-universe self "low-born" implies the same thing of you. Funnily enough, when they start fighting, their music cancels each other out, resulting in BGM failure...
Too Dumb to Live: Sieg has to haul him bodily out of Cragbark before he starts trying to rile up the Furious Roar and gets himself ripped to shreds.
Subverted in a sidequest. Sieg panics because alternate-universe Ramin decided to drop by Pharamond, which is, as he puts it, "chock-full of people with swords." Turns out other!Ramin's music just makes people laugh really, really hard instead of making them angry.
Chekhov's Gunman: He's first seen just after the Company allies itself with the Magedom, but isn't recruitable until after the Magedom gets erased.
Psychotic Smirk: Even when she's sincerely happy, she has one hell of an evil smile.
Redemption Demotion: She has the power to create Gateways to anywhere she's been before. Can you use this to summon monsters like she did before joining you or create a Portal Network to every city on the map? Of course not.
Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: At first, she seems the nicest of the three Consorts, until she uses the Blades and the Company as bait in an attack, with the goal that they'll take most of the damage and her own Mage Corps will get all the glory.
Lady Drunk: According to Wustum, who found it rather appalling.
Break Her Heart To Save Her: She says a lot of really nasty and callous things when the gang shows up to rescue Manaril, thereby assuring that she'll leave with them instead of continuing to be a Love Martyr.