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* GoodColorsEvilColors: Her beams are a different color than Moura's.

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%% * GoodColorsEvilColors: Her beams are a different color than Moura's.


->Voiced by: Ayaka Ohashi

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->Voiced by: Ayaka Ohashi
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->Voiced by: Creator/YusukeKobayashi

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->Voiced by: Creator/YusukeKobayashi
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->Voiced by: Yusuke Kobayashi

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->Voiced by: Yusuke Kobayashi
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->Voiced by: Inori Minase

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->Voiced by: Inori Minase
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->Voiced by: Rie Takahashi

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->Voiced by: Rie Takahashi
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->Voiced by: Ayaka Suwa

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->Voiced by: Ayaka Suwa
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* PeekABangs: His hair hides his left eye.



! Black Moura: "Anatolia"

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! Black Moura: "Anatolia""Lilian Anatolia"
->Voiced by: Tomo Muranaka



! Malvina:

A cute shopkeeper that lives near Sogo and Do Mon. She's been friends with them for years. [[spoiler: or so it seems.]]

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! Malvina:

!Malvina Aniance
->Voiced by: Creator/SuzukoMimori

A cute shopkeeper that lives near Sogo and Do Mon. She's been friends with them for years. [[spoiler: or so it seems.]]
years.


* {{Lolicon}}: Subverted. He is still obsessed with Felia even after her PlotRelevantAgeUp.

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*BareYourMidriff


* GenreSavvy: He suspected Gus was lying about freeing Felia in episode 9, and knew better than to deliver a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech or a ShutUpHannibal until he was in a mech of his own.



* IdiotBall: He seems to juggle it throughout the series. On the one hand, he's GenreSavvy enough to spot a mole, and he knows who trashed his establishment in episode 4. On the other, he's done some really stupid things like leave a child with the mental capacity of a five year old completely unattended in a large house/cafe with no way to call for help if anything went wrong while a typhoon was bearing down on them. Even if people weren't after Felia, there's a lot that could have happened to her.

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* IdiotBall: He seems to juggle it throughout the series. On the one hand, he's GenreSavvy smart enough to spot a mole, and he knows who trashed his establishment in episode 4. On the other, he's done some really stupid things like leave a child with the mental capacity of a five year old completely unattended in a large house/cafe with no way to call for help if anything went wrong while a typhoon was bearing down on them. Even if people weren't after Felia, there's a lot that could have happened to her.


* DidNotGetTheGirl: [[spoiler: Felia leaves him to go make Earth viable for life again.]]



* DaydreamSurprise: Suffers one in episode 12 as [[spoiler: Black Moura abducts her and tries to steal her powers.]]



* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: How she lost the battle in episode 10.

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* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: How she lost the battle in episode 10. [[spoiler: She returns the favor in episode 12.]]



* BabiesEverAfter: In the end credits, there's a picture of her, Roman, and three children.



* EasilyForgiven: The ending credits have him [[spoiler: running Do Mon's restaurtant.]]



* EasilyForgiven: He doesn't even face criminal charges for what he did in episode 3.




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* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: Quite literally. [[spoiler: The death of her angel killed her planet, Earth, and after centuries of solitude, watching no less than three civilizations rise and fall on Gift, she went mad with envy, deciding the only way to create Utopia is to slam the two planets together.]]


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* CallToAgriculture: In the ending credits of episode 12, she's working on a dairy farm.


! Black Moura:

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! Black Moura:Moura: "Anatolia"


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* BattleAura: She shows one before transforming in episode 11, [[ObviouslyEvil and it's all black.]]

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* OffscreenVillainDarkMatter: Gus shows up in episode 11 with a ''second'' Ifrit. We are never shown where he got it.

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* ShoutOut: Having the ability to shapeshift into other people as well as transform her arms into blades may be a reference to the T-1000 from the ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}'' franchise.


* IndividualityIsIllegal: Is firmly of the opinion that all the traits that make people people are a hindrance to Utopia.

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* IndividualityIsIllegal: Is firmly of the opinion that all the traits that make people people are a hindrance to Utopia. Especially when Felia expresses them.




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* WhatMeasureIsANonhuman: Spends almost the entirety of his appearance in episode 11 derisively calling Felia "a stone."



* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: The preferred method used to kill people.

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* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: The Her preferred method used of killing people.
* KickTheSonOfABitch: After everything Krone's done in the story, he can't complain about what she did
to kill people.him.


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* SacrificialLion: Word of his death in episode 10 gives Gus a much-needed HeelRealization.


* HumansAreInsects: Was truly confounded as to why Felia cared for Sogo. Takes it up a notch in episode 11, showing nothing but disgust and disdain, if not outright hatred, for the people of Gift.

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* HumansAreInsects: Was truly confounded as to why Felia cared for Sogo. Takes it up a notch in episode 11, showing nothing but disgust and disdain, if not outright hatred, for the people of Gift.Gift, not for anything they've done, but simply because they're there.



* UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans: Just like Councilor Krone, she claims she's doing what she's doing "to make the world better." [[spoiler: Unfortunately, the "world" she's talking about is '''not''' Gift.]]]

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* UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans: Just like Councilor Krone, she claims she's doing what she's doing "to make the world better." [[spoiler: Unfortunately, the "world" she's talking about is '''not''' Gift.]]]
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* IWasJustPassingThrough: Played with in episode 11. While his actions are ultimately of benefit to Sogo and Moura, he is really only interested in avenging Do Mon.


* UnwittingPawn: He could well be this, as episode 9 implies he's taking the "advice" of a murderous shapeshifter.

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* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: His actions in capturing and "purifying" Felia directly lead [[spoiler: to putting the entire planet of Gift and its population in mortal danger, and his final orders to the military actually has them fighting the very people trying to save the world.]]
* UnwittingPawn: He could well be this, as episode 9 implies he's taking the "advice" of a murderous shapeshifter. Episode 11 confirms it.



* HumansAreInsects: Was truly confounded as to why Felia cared for Sogo.

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* HumansAreInsects: Was truly confounded as to why Felia cared for Sogo. Takes it up a notch in episode 11, showing nothing but disgust and disdain, if not outright hatred, for the people of Gift.

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