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Characters: Undocumented Features
This sheet is for the central and recurring characters of Undocumented Features; because of the scope of UF, listing all its characters is neither practical nor possible if we don't want to break the wiki. Also note that UF is a very dynamic setting; all its characters continuously grow and change. These bios may simultaneously be both spoilers for earlier stories and obsolete relative to those written afterward.

Let us repeat that, as it bears repeating: These biographical sketches will in many cases constitute spoilers for readers new to UF. In some cases simply the category they are listed under will be a spoiler. Peruse them at your own risk.

That said, go and enjoy.

This page is a stub, under construction at the moment. Yes, a page with more than 100 characters is still a stub.

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    Wedge Rats and Their Contemporaries 

Practically all the Wedge folk, and many of their friends and neighbors, became immortal in the late 20th century; they (and their children) all have Living Forever Is Awesome. They're also proven Eternal Heroes.

Ben "Gryphon" Hutchins

MegaZone

John "Truss" Trussell

Kei Morgan

  • Action Girlfriend
  • Action Mom: In the Future Imperfect era. Don't call her a Hausfrau, though.
  • Fake Memories: Played with. Kei and Yuri remember their life as the, um, Lovely Angels before being created in the HoloDECStation, but also know that those memories can't be true from the very beginning. They're not at all bothered by this, and go on to establish the 3WA that they "remember".
  • Fiery Redhead
  • Functional Addict: During the Exile, at least part of the Idiot Ball carrying was done by stims.
  • Idiot Ball: During and after Gryphon's court-martial at the end of Manhunt she effectively admits to carrying the idiot ball during her entire Inspector Javert phase.
  • Inspector Javert: She becomes Gryphon's most determined, unforgiving pursuer during the Exile.
  • Line-of-Sight Name: Took her last name from Morgan Hall at WPI.
  • Refugee from TV Land: Subverted; the universe becomes much more like their world, and the Wedge Rats become the fish out of water.
  • Triang Relations: Is "B" in a stable (and fully informed) type 7 relationship with Gryphon ("A") and Skuld ("C").

Yuri Daniels

Rob "ReRob" Mandeville

Deedlit Satori Mandeville

Maximillian Largo

Vaughn Gross

John Todd a.k.a. Macquivr/q

Derek Bacon

Martin "PCHammer" Rose

Noriko Takaya

  • Affectionate Nickname: PC Hammer calls her "Riko"
  • Break the Cutie
  • Calling Your Attacks: Explicitly noted that she doesn't have to do so, because of a neural interface, but she does so anyway because Gunbuster was voice activated.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: Everything that could go wrong in her life already has, and she still ends up in charge of the WDF Navy.
  • Iron Woobie: Survives an astounding amount of emotional damage, but there's a point at which iron itself will break.
  • Mayfly-December Romance: Part of the reason she and Martin Rose's avatar part ways is because of the spectre of this trope, since he refuses to become a Detian and he didn't want her to start aging for his sake.
  • Sexy Mentor: She was assigned as PCHammer's trainer once he joined the WDF.
  • Sole Survivor: Unlike Gunbuster canon, she and Kazumi had their Buster machines separated during their final mission — and Kazumi didn't escape the black hole bomb's blast.
  • Trauma Conga Line

Eiko Magami Rose

Dund Wollern

  • The Big Guy: Fills this role in Thunder Force, even though Hammer is actually bigger and stronger.
  • The Speechless: Well, he talks through sign language.

Larry "R-Type" Mann

Kris "Redneck" Overstreet

Washuu Hakubi Overstreet

Asrial Arconian of Salusia

Jeremy Feeple

Leeanna Zard'al

Pearson "Doc" Mui

Chris "Mako" Meadows

Katie "Temper" Tanner

Patricia M. "Terror" Currier

Danilia Santova M'krelth'nyr'knet

Tom M'krelth'nyr'knet

Baron Lord Wolfgang Amadeus Fahrvergnugen

Edison Bell

Eve/Enhanced Video Emulation

Iczer-2 / Selene Sanjiyan

    Exile Era characters 

Priscilla "Priss" Asagiri

  • Samurai: Teaches Gryphon the Asagiri Katsujinkenryuu

Nene Romanova

Sylia Stingray

Tali'Shukra nar Kythera/Tali'Shukra vas Archangel

Mordin Solus

Nadia Davion

  • The Engineer
  • Precursor: One of the two last survivors of Atlantis. The other is her brother, Darth Vader.
    • There is no indication yet that either is aware that the other is alive.
  • Tsundere: Almost an Informed Ability (don't mess with her engines!), but honestly we got quite enough of her Jerkass side in the anime's Filler Arc.
  • Wrench Wench

Hanson Davion

Korren

Vision

Sumire Kanzaki

Li Kohran

Kanna Kirishima

Sakura Shinguuji

Dr. Raoul Duke

  • Erudite Stoner: More emphasis on the erudite and less on the stoner, but still...
  • Fantastic Drug: Has a bag full of them, but they all have legitimate medical uses. Of some sort.

Valeris

  • Granola Girl: Although she started out a standard, maybe even extreme, Vulcan, an encounter with Raoul Duke and the contents of his medical bag in the wake of a personal emergency left her with a rather... different outlook and philosophy, as well as a radically altered personality.
  • Mushroom Samba: Her time under the care of Raoul Duke.
  • The Stoner. If you can imagine a Vulcan stoner.

Aki and Jilehr

Ayami Nakajima

Rianna Santova

Mayl Popp'fl

    Late-comers to the Insert Game 

Geoff Depew

Chad Collier

Janice Barlow

  • Action Girl
  • Author Avatar
  • Nonhuman Sidekick: Mitra, a flying drone-thing that looks like a "chitinous football", and which seems to be something halfway between a robotic tool and a genuine pet.
  • Small Girl, Big Gun: Owns a Varista photon weapon and assorted other potentially hostile equipment, as a legacy of being a Hunter on her home world, Ragol. (And she's not all that small, so the gun is proportionally bigger.)

Anne "Juniper" Cross

    Future Imperfect Characters 
These are characters active in the Future Imperfect era, but older than the Ragnarok Wave generation.

Ayanami Rei shar Atrados tal Vader

  • The Ageless: Permanently stuck at a physical age of 14.
  • Artificial Human: A (failed) Big Fire genetic engineering experiment, rescued by the WDF and raised by Marty and Eiko Rose for several years before she struck out on her own.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Apprentice (and judging from the name she uses, possibly heir) to the UF version of Darth Vader.
  • Samurai: Trained in Gryphon's Asagiri Katsujinkenryuu kenjutsu.

Darth Anakyn shar Atrados tal Vader

  • The Atoner
  • Cyborg but after he revives, he gets flesh replacement parts for his metal replacement parts.
  • Dark Is Not Evil
  • Human Popsicle for thousands of years; revived during the Future Imperfect era by a Sith who thought he was waking up a compliant servant of evil.
  • Precursor: One of the two last survivors of Atlantis. The other is his sister Nadia Davion.
    • There is no indication yet that either is aware that the other is alive.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: subverted. Darth Sidious thought he was going to get a great ally in his conquest, but Vader had sealed himself away in the middle of his Heel-Face Turn.
  • Tall, Dark and Handsome: once desuited. Possibly an Expy of Nemo, his father.

O'bi-Wann Kyn'o'bi / Obi-Wan Kenobi

Roger Tremayne a.k.a. Darth Venger

  • Big Bad: One of the early ones in Symphony of the Sword. Initially appears as the Psi Cop in charge of capturing Devlin Carter, but later we find out he's also a Sith.
  • Reassigned to Antarctica: After his WPI operation to capture Devlin Carter failed spectacularly, he was demoted and transferred to a post on the Moon. ("Worse pay, better hours... worse pay, better fellow workers.")

Ephrem Broadbank

  • Corrupt Corporate Executive of AzTechnology
    • In sharp contrast to his father, Charles Broadbank, founder and CEO of AzTechnology, by all accounts a Cool Old Guy Honest Corporate Executive who is completely bewildered by his son's obsession with the Wedge Rats and would prefer that he drop his silly little vendetta and concentrate on business.
  • The Resenter: According to Word of God, cannot believe that Gryphon and the other immortals are as good and heroic as they appear, and expends a great deal of energy on deliberately trying to make their lives harder — to the point that all three of his daughters were conceived solely so that Gryphon's children would have their own nemeses as they grew up.

Zargh Thalekh

Lore Soong

Charles Kallon

Don Griffin

Durandal

Marceline the Vampire Queen

Avatar Korra

  • All Your Powers Combined: As the Avatar, she can manipulate all four of the elements, but she has now also learned to veilbend, or travel between her home dimension and the "Big Universe".
  • Boisterous Bruiser: Anthy describes her personality as "two-fisted how-much-fun-ness."
  • Character Development: The UF version of Korra is rather more mature than she is in canon.
  • Cool Big Sis: Played this role for Corwin when he was a kid.
  • Living Forever Is Awesome: She's 138 years old, but no one, not even her, is sure how that happened or how long the effects will last. It may have something to do with repeatedly using her waterbending abilities to heal herself.
  • Remember the New Guy: Her backstory with Corwin and the entire existence of her world are quickly retconned into place when she first appears as one of Utena and Corwin's wedding guests.

Princess Azula (a.k.a. The Phoenix Queen, Captain Sarah Inazuma)

    The Ragnarok Wave, "Second Generation" Characters, and Their Contemporaries 

Strictly speaking, the "Ragnarok Wave" are those children of Wedge Defenders conceived in the days and weeks immediately following the averted Ragnarok, and born in and about 2390. However, as a category on this page it also includes pretty much anyone else from Midgard who is within a few years of their age and who plays a major role in Symphony of the Sword or Warriors of the Outer Rim. Also, as noted above, the children of Wedge Defenders and certain others are all immortal, of the Living Forever Is Awesome variety.

Kaitlyn Hutchins

  • Animal Motif: Tigers. Much of her clothing is tiger-striped or black with orange accents.
  • Girls Love Stuffed Animals: Her threadbare stuffed tiger, Seven.
  • Heir to the Dojo
  • The Leader
  • Minored in Asskicking: First exhibited when she stomps the ever-living daylights out of Saionji in a live-steel duel in the WPI quad. Later taken to truly epic levels in the Duelists' Society.
  • Not What It Looks Like: Used verbatim in a note to her lover, when sleeping next to someone else. Though it was obvious to everyone that the relationship was heading towards what it looked like anyway.
  • The Power of Rock: Jamming enemy communications with a live version of "Rockin' in the Free World", along with the rest of The Art of Noise.
  • Samurai
  • Scary Shiny Glasses: Kaitlyn when she confronts Garcia in Hunter Rose.
  • Speech Impediment: In the UF "present day" she no longer has it, but since she could speak Kaitlyn had a truly epic stutter whose severity depended on how well she knew and trusted whoever she was talking to.
  • Training from Hell: The promotion ceremony to master of the Asagiri style, a long series of Rose Duels, was a little on the extreme side (while still being, of course, awesome). Justified in that it's her very last action as a student, and she'd face much harder real battles in the future. It works under essentially the same theory as Ph.D. oral exams — you don't have to win every time, you just have to show your skill and survive.
  • Triang Relations: by the end of the Symphony is in a type 8 relationship with Miki and Juri.

Amanda Dessler

Azalynn dv'Ir Natashkan

  • Barehanded Blade Block: Does this to Saionji the first time she meets him.
  • Bi the Way
  • Dark-Skinned Blonde: Wiry gray hair, actually.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: But will wear them when necessary — such as to trudge through the snow of a Massachusetts winter.
  • The Empath: It's not a psychic power, though — just being unusually sensitive to her friends' moods and feelings.
  • Ethical Slut: This seems to be the Dantrovian religion. And as a devout practitioner, she never hesitates to use sex to improve the lives of her friends.
  • Expy: Not exactly. Azalynn's appearance is based on a picture of Kaolla Su from Love Hina, before Gryphon actually saw the anime.
  • Foe Yay: With Liza Broadbank; after Liza undergoes her Heel-Face Turn, they become a couple.
  • Four-Fingered Hands: But not because she's a cartoon. Oddly, this seems to be the first thing about her — instead of her hair, her eyes, her copper skin, or her tail — that clues people in that she's an alien.
  • Genki Girl
  • The Matchmaker: Gleefully shipping everyone with everyone.
  • Motor Mouth: Azalynn has on occasion been described as talking too fast for anyone to understand her.
  • Natural Weapon: Dantrovians are an arboreal species, but those claws aren't just for climbing.
  • The Nose Knows
  • Prehensile Tail
  • The Sleepless: She only sleeps two hours a night; this is apparently a Dantrovian racial trait. To make matters worse (for her roommates and friends, at least), she is apparently able to "bank up" by sleeping for longer, and then stay awake for days without ill effects.
  • Speed Blitz: The Dantrovian "fight-or-flight" adrenaline overdrive, which basically turns her into the Tasmanian Devil for several minutes, after which she falls over, exhausted and unconscious.

J. Maurice "Moose" MacEchearn the Fourth

  • Bald of Awesome
  • The Big Guy: Moose is from the planet Hoffman, whose inhabitants were genetically engineered to withstand its high gravity.
  • Gentle Giant
  • Religious Bruiser: He just changes religions every so often in a search for spiritual truth.
  • Scary Black Man
  • Super Strength: In Wounded Rose, Moose effortlessly picks up a crated upright piano and carries it on his shoulder; later he carries it for an extended distance held out in front of him at arm's length.

Devlin Carter (or Carter Devlin, take your pick)

  • Catch Phrase: "I'm not very X, but I am Y", with X and Y being situationally-determined qualities; this is often self-deprecation, as Devlin frequently displays both qualities. A few examples:
    "I'm not very smart, but my memory's good."
    "I'm not very good with computers, but locks like me."
    "I'm not very rich, but I am a gentleman."
    "I'm not very strong, but I'm dext'rous."
    "I'm not very brave, but I am loyal."
  • Cowardly Lion: Repeatedly insists he is a coward, but his actions argue otherwise.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: With regard to his psionic abilities, which he's kept hidden for years to avoid the Psi Cops.
  • It's Not You, It's My Enemies: Tries to play this with Amanda. Fails spectacularly.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity
  • Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: It's noticed that once Dorothy joins the group at WPI, Devlin's "comic-opera Lord Peter Wimsey" accent tends to lighten around her.
  • Upper-Class Twit: As his cover story

Kitarina Dragonaar

Liza Broadbank / Liza R'tas Shustal

Clarissa Broadbank

Marietta Broadbank

  • Daddy's Little Villain: Averted. See Tykebomb, below.
  • Lonely Rich Kid: Because she refused to act as a nemesis/tormentor for the youngest Hutchins/Morgan/Daniels children, her parents ignored and isolated her, and eventually all but disowned her. Fortunately, it's noticed, her guardianship is taken away from her parents, and Belldandy practically adopts her.
  • Spoiled Sweet: despite the best efforts of her parents to turn her into a clone of Liza and Clarissa.
  • Tykebomb: Averted. Although Marietta was deliberately conceived and raised by her parents to torment Gryphon and MegaZone's children, as part of her father's obsession with proving that Gryphon wasn't as good and heroic as he appears to the galaxy at large, she refused to go along with her father's agenda.

Len Hutchins

Achika Shannon

M'yl'ya "Emmy" Kyn'o'bi

Priss Morgan

Sylvie Daniels

Edward Wong Hau Pepelu Tivrusky IV

Ein

Hiroshi Morisato

Mirai Morisato

  • Divine Parentage
  • Friend to All Living Things
    The door swung open to reveal a young blonde woman with a bright smile on her face. "Hi, Logan!" she said, leaping to give the shorter man a hug, then repeated it on Geoff with a cry of "Hello, person I don't know!" before dragging the two men in the door.
  • Genius Ditz: Although she initially gives every impression of being nothing more than a fashion-obsessed airhead, as of the events of Code-Name Ultra it's clear that Mirai is a genius at public relations and managing media — to the point where her airhead persona may actually be little more than Obfuscating Stupidity.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: If she's not a Genius Ditz.
  • Refusal of the Call: Like her brother Hiroshi, appears to have declined the benefits of her divine heritage.

Theodora "Buttercup" Utonium

Theresa "Bubbles" Utonium

Blossom Utonium

Fuu Hououji

Uum'y R'yuu-z'ky

Hikaru Shidou

R. Dorothy Waynewright

  • All Drummers Are Animals
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Replacement Goldfish: Dorothy was built to replace her creator's late daughter.
  • Ridiculously Human Robot: It takes one of her professors a few weeks of class to even notice.
    • Dorothy can avert this at will, having the conscious ability to make her normally-silent mechanical actuators audible while at the same time changing her body motions from lifelike to inhumanly mechanical. It's stated that she employs this almost useless ability solely to taunt those who already react negatively to her robotic nature.
  • Robosexual: Is in a serious relationship with Miki for an unspecified length of time.
  • Robot Girl
  • Sexbot: Subverted. Although she is "anatomically complete" and capable of sexual relationships, she was not designed nor used by her creator for that purpose. He was probably just trying to design the most complete Replacement Goldfish he could.
  • Step Up to the Microphone: The concert at the Majestic on Kane's World.
  • Super Strength
  • Three-Laws Compliant: Definitely averted, though she did pretend to follow the laws to fool the mooks.

Mia Ausa

"Sky" T'skaia Vorokoshiga'ar Ixtixtaaqitl't'chl'Vraihelt Ishkarat

Harcourt Mudd "Mac" McKenzie

Charles Philip "Chip" Mui

B'Elanna Torres O'Brien (by adoption)

Koriand'r of Tamaran

Alaia ner Ronor

    Cephirans 
Most of these have some color of You Gotta Have Blue Hair, by virtue of being from Revolutionary Girl Utena.

Utena Tenjou

Anthy Himemiya

Kyouichi Saionji

Wakaba Shinohara

Juri Arisugawa

Shiori Takatsuki

Miki Kaoru

Kozue Kaoru

Raven

Gar Logan

    Celestial and Infernal Entities 

Includes basically everyone who is not from Midgard, the Tenth World, or Parallel Universe versions of Midgard.

Gods and Devils get Facial Markings, ā la Ah! My Goddess.

Skuld Ravenhair

Corwin Ravenhair

Verthandi/Belldandy Wishbringer Morisato

Urdr/Urd Snowmane

Eris / Peorth Charmsinger

Baldr/Balder Goldenlight

Freyja Lightwalker

Akio Ohtori / Trigon

Touga Kiryuu

Nanami Kiryuu

Vigdis Brightblade

Gunnr Brynjelfr

Nall Silverclaw

Surtur

Teleute

  • Dark Is Not Evil
  • The Grim Reaper
  • Perky Goth
  • Physical God: of Death. after Twilight, she's co-ruler, with her partner Forseti, of Hel (one "l", not two - Nilfhelm, Surtur's realm, is Hell in UF), the domain where all those who have led good lives but who don't make the cut for entry into Valhalla go in the afterlife. Gryphon once described UF-Hel in the forums as being a lot like Minneapolis - mighty cold in the winter, but otherwise a very nice place.

The Doctor

Vinzanthaxatobernel (Tobernel)


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