The Dulcinea Effect: Before she even has a single line, Kiba vows to protect Cheza and bring her with them. This is justified, because wolves and the Flower Maiden has an instinctual connection anyway.
Dirty Coward: His back story has him being one of these, with him running away leaving his friends to die. He's a unusual example in that he's portrayed as ultimately a good person, having grown out of his cowardice by the time the show starts.
Hidden Depths: Turns out his Jerk Ass behavior is a defense mechanism for himself to protect himself from getting close to others because he doesn't want to get close to others in fear of betraying and losing them again.
Rugged Scar: His distinctive chest scar. It turns out he did not get it through badassery as you would expect. He got it while being punished for leaving his friends to die.
Scars Are Forever: He has two, the scar on his chest and the mental scar he received while receiving the physical one. The reason he has the physical one is because he left his friends to die and it was his punishment before his exile, the mental scars he has is that he doesn't want to get close to others in fear of another situation coming up where he will betray and lose them again.
Break the Cutie: He's been through a lot. Since the death of his caretaker, he has developed into a braver, more independent character, but there seemed to be no letting go of the natural innocence that came with his youth.
The Cutie: His naivete and childish determination is absolutely endearing.
Determinator: During the walrus battle, not only does Toboe Go for the Eye and actually hurt the beast, but despite all the walrus' thrashing, despite the walrus diving into the freezing water and smashing through giant ice floes to try to dislodge him, Toboe does not let go until the walrus dies.
Died in Your Arms Tonight: Of sorts, Quent comforts the dying Toboe by petting him, he continues to do this even after Toboe dies and Quent dies with his arm around Toboe's body.
No Social Skills: She has grown up in a laboratory, spending most of her time semi-comatose in a glass vessel. As a result, she has little to no knowledge of the real world, less of how to interact with other people.
People Jars: Cheza was in a jar being studied by Cher Degre before she got busted out by Darcia. In this case, she's not being imprisoned — just studied and kept alive. The second time she gets put in a jar, it follows the trope much more closely because 1) she's been forcibly taken, 2) her most zealous bodyguard Kiba has also been locked in a nearby jar and is having his blood drained out, and 3) Jaguara and her guests are drinking WOLF BLOOD in front of her, which may or may not be Kiba's.
Plant Person: While she looks like a human girl, she's still technically a flower. She can communicate with plants, becomes weak when deprived of water and sunlight, and her blood is green and poisonous when ingested. At the gates of Paradise, she "blooms" into an elongated, tree-like form before dissolving into thousands of spherical seeds which begin sprouting more lunar flowers.
Rei Ayanami Expy: She's an Artificial Human with short pink hair and red eyes. She's also weak-bodied and a quite emotionless Mystical Waif, although she does perk up quite a bit in the presence of wolves. Her outfit even resembles Rei's plugsuit.
Rose-Haired Sweetie: The sweet, low-key romantic subtype. For bonus points, the guy who created her has blue hair.
The Scream: Upon seeing or just sensing spilled wolf's blood nearby, she gives an unnervingly loud and high-pitched scream.
Meganekko: Though her glasses get lost relatively quickly.
Motherly Scientist: She is fascinated by Cheza and desires to understand her and her purpose. When Cheza escapes, she tries to follow her. Later she learns about the wolves and helps them escape, at the cost of her own life.
The Alcoholic: He's usually seen drinking, and seems to have developed a Delirium Tremor from it. In combat the liquor can sometimes make him see through the Wolves' disguises but it also makes his shot hard to line up.
Dragon Ascendant: After Orkham's passing, he becomes the commander of all the remaining troops.
Dragon-in-Chief: He's the one who leads Orkham's soldiers against the wolves, while Orkham's back in his castle.
Dropped a Bridge on Him: He leads his troops off to fight Jaguara's soldiers and is never seen again. Later on a few are drinking in a bar and remark to Quent that they mopped up the last of the resistance, implying that he was killed, but we never find out considering the ending it's likely he was killed one way or another.
Mauve Shirt: He appears the most out of all the soldiers and one off characters, he even made it onto the image on the main page.
Men of Sherwood: His soldiers while out numbered and out gunned make a pretty successful stand against Jaguara's army, blowing up airships and routing their soldiers from an occupied City.
Mook Lieutenant: He commands Lord Orkham's troops and, as befitting the trope, has a uniform that distinguishes himself from the others.
Noble Top Enforcer: Especially when compared to Jaguara's soldiers. The Commander is rough, but willing to fight for his home. When the wolves save him he gladly points out Jaguara's keep, and has no real grudge against them.
No Name Given: He's only called The Commander or Retrieval Squad Commander.
The Remnant: He ends up leading the last groups of organized resistance against Lady Jaguara.
Rousing Speech: When asked why he's still fighting in-spite of Orkham's death he gives one that puts the vigor back into his soldiers.
"We're going to Freeze City... This may prove to be the one battle that determines our fate as men. That's why I'll fight, not for the glory of the nobles, but for the honor of protecting our very existence. We'll stand together and we'll fight to save what is ours!"
Determinator: Even when poisoned, he still nearly succeeds in ending the world.
Duality Motif: He has one blue eye and one golden wolf's eye, to show that he's found a way to turn himself into a wolf so that he can enter the Paradise forbidden to humans. Fortunately his plan is thwarted by Kiba and Cheza, but his evil wolf eye lives on...
The Juggernaut: The destruction of his Fortress, being impaled by a poinsoned sword, being shot at point blank and being viciously mauled the protagonists. None of this killed him. Only when he tried to enter in Paraside that he meet his death.
Jumping Off the Slippery Slope: After his lover's death, he becomes extremally mentally unstable and, by the end of the series, he doesn't give a damn to anything other than himself.