Befriending the Enemy: Tries to befriend Mythos after he was arrested at the start of Season 2, mostly to get him to interact and others, to just use his knowledge. He doesn't mind.
Broken Pedestal: He certainly didn't took the reveal of Inagi's corruption very well.
Good Scars, Evil Scars: Has a scar on his left cheek. Season 2 reveals he got it back when he was a teenager and a criminal slashed him with a knife when he refused to join a criminal gang. The scar reminds him of his bad decisions in his youth and his decision to turn over a new leaf.
Heroic Sacrifice: Hilariously subverted in the finale. It appears Takeru will sacrifice his life to stop Hachijou's plan but Mythos had earlier warned him that Hachijou would have Willwears guarding the satellite and given information on how to return to Earth safely.
Hot-Blooded: A lot more enthusiastic about his job than Sena.
Jetpack: The Oscar II is equipped with one, complete with a set of wings. In the series finale, it's the only Willwear capable of flying into space.
Friendly Sniper: Shooting was the one skill he consistently performed better at than Miho. The second season begins with Unit 8 having to more or less conscript his services again due to their lack of a sniper.
Hidden Depths: According to Miho, he's knowledgeable on Italian cuisine, including wines.
10-Minute Retirement: In season 2, he has left the police for a career in the private sector heading a garbage disposal company. However he's quickly roped back into Unit 8 when they need his sniping skills to take out an enemy Willwear, as well as the fact that legislative changes have given the police much more flexibility in working with civilian consultants, which is what he legally is now.
Ms. Fanservice: In episode 5. Aside from Asami wondering if she really needs "any more female hormones" while looking her bust, she dresses as a bunny girl at the casino; quite fitting for her rather playful personality.
Action Girl: She uses the Oscar VII Willwear, though she's too traumatised to use it effectively until Takeru helps her out.
Dark and Troubled Past: Suffered from PTSD while participating in trial operations for the Centaur-type Willwear being trapped in the suit for three whole days before finally being rescued. It was bad to the point that the Policja considered dumping her to Japan to prevent her condition from making things worse in Poland.
Berserk Button: Do NOT publicly humiliate Asami. You (and a good chunk of Tokyo) probably won't survive the outcome.
By-the-Book Cop: Wants to be this, but Unit 8's reputation and actions to take down criminals/terrorists results in her being treated like a Cowboy Cop. However, after gaining command of her own unit, she has now graduated to a full-on Cowboy Cop.
Butt-Monkey: Despite Asami's arrogance of her own skills and her beliefs of Unit 8's incompetence, so far in the first three episodes she's been the center of many terrible public screw ups, like destroying a school and being videotaped dancing to a J-Pop song in her Willwear (in context it was to distract a disturbed criminal while the other units' willwears were repaired). As a result she has to repeatedly write various apology letters.
Demoted to Extra: She starts off in Season 1 as arguably the POV character, but near the tail end Kuroki and Sena start taking the main focus. By Season 2, Kuroki takes Asami's place as the main character and Asami herself becomes a minor supporting character.
Destructive Savior: Ironically enough, her own Unit 9 causes way more damage than Unit 8 ever did as they perform their duties. She even is willing to use deadly force just to go after a peeping tom in "Absolute Peeping Declaration".
Hypocritical Humor: As leader of Unit 9, she engages in the same nutty behavior she couldn't stand when she was liaising with Unit 8. It gets lampshaded in episode 7 of season 2 when she furiously declares that she's going back to "old-school Unit 8."◊
Internal Affairs: It's implied that she was with Unit 8 to straighten up the unit so that they don't do their job recklessly.
Jerkass Realization: In the final episode, she realizes how arrogant she has been and how unprepared she truly was to lead Unit 9.
In episode 3 of Season 2, she tells Emilia, to "Shut up you little shit". Again in episode 7 to one of her Fingers.
Put on a Bus: As of season 2, she's gotten the promotion she long coveted and now leads Unit 9 working in Western Japan, based in Osaka. However, she and her squad show up in the 4th episode to deal with a case in place of Unit 8 (as everyone save Funasaka caught the flu). and they continue to make regular appearances after that.
Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": Again, he's in the same boat as Unit 8's 'Kyokai', though he makes it worse by having almost the same designation as the former, with only the honorifics to differentiate them.
The Ace: She was the top of her class in the USDF academy. The only thing she wasn't the best at was at shooting: that honor went to her boyfriend Souichirou.
Action Girl: Come with the territory of being a USDF soldier And the lone pilot of the USDF's Willwear "Senbukai" unit.
Break the Haughty: After spending the entirety of episode 8 upstaging and badmouthing Unit 8, Miho ends up biting more than she can chew when Logos hijacks her Willwear and forces her to attack Sena, jeopardizing her career in the military. The episode ends with her fending off questions from reporters with a concerned Sena watching from a TV screen.
The Masochism Tango: Season 2 indicates that she would really like to get back together with Souichirou again, despite the fact that they've gone through 4 breakups with each other already. Souichirou so far doesn't want to do it.
Working with the Ex: Miho worked together with Sena to take out a bomb planted in an abandoned building.
Crazy-Prepared: Destroyed his apartment safehouse to prevent the TMPD from finding incriminating evidence on him.
He also changed his name several times to avoid being tracked.
The Cracker: Mythos in particular is noted as an absurdly fast typist when remote-controlling a Willwear and countering Unit 8's attempts to block his access at the same time.
Dark and Troubled Past: His parents instigated a mass suicide when he was a young boy. He wasn't able to see his sister due to the cult's influence. It was so bad that he got rid of any info related to his family. Averted with the latter part when Unit 8 got word that his sister is still alive.
Disc-One Final Boss: He's set up as the major villain, but he's apprehended the moment he got info on his sister who was alive and well.
Do Not Call Me "Paul": Doesn't like any of the names Unit 8 comes up for him and insists to be called "Mythos."
The Informant: In Season 2, Unit 8 uses his knowledge on crack down on Willwear criminal activity in Tokyo. He agrees since he's bored from reading the books provided and he can't access the internet from his isolated cell/safehouse.
Jerkass: He seems only interested in causing chaos.
You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: He get kicked out of Logos because of his recklessness in providing Willwears without their approval, and they sent the yakuza after him. Though Mythos wanted them to not try and kill him.
Voiced by:Ai Kakuma, Taishi Murata (his real life voice)
Karma Houdini Warranty: His Karma Houdini credentials wear off in the finale, when the police arrests and Hinata, the girl he lied to, punches him with a Willwear arm, leaving him in the ground with a huge facial injury.
Non-Action Big Bad: He's more of a schemer than a fighter. This is notable in the Final Battle as he uses remote-controlled, unmanned Willwears to fight Takeru at the satellite rather than take control of a Willwear manually.
Psychopathic Manchild: How the TMPD interpreted his actions with Mythos in seizing control of most of Orochi. According to him, Tomoki did what he did 'cause he was bored.
All According to Plan: A screenshot taken by a compact drone shows his smirk in "Absolute Peeping Declaration" in the aftermath of a bombing, suggesting that he plans to use the attacks against him as a means of raising his popularity with the public.
Big Bad Ensemble: With Bird, though the latter is reluctant to keep it that way.
Big Damn Heroes: Risks his life to secure incriminating data from Dog with evidence of Logos "collaborating" with corrupt officials. Averted since Dog got it from him, but it was secured eventually.
Chekhov's Gun: His unarmed combat skills. He uses it to deck Kuroki near the end of "The Stranger in the Wind".
Villainous Breakdown: The moment Mythos exposes a video of him blackmailing a doctor to label his mentor's death a suicide, in front of everyone, he loses it and futilely tries to attack Takeru, despite beating him in their previous confrontation.
Walking Spoiler: Some of the spoilers are significant later in the second season that you need to watch episode 10 first to understand them.
Hidden Depths: Her familiarity with Latin allows Unit 8 to unmask the hidden message done by Bird, which was "Redire".
Locked Out of the Loop: She's unaware of her sister's real job, figuring it's just some low-level bureaucratic position with the police. She doesn't take it well when Rin finally comes clean to her in episode 10 and reveals she's actually the head of the infamous Eighth Unit.
Uncanny Family Resemblance: The only difference between her and her elder sister, is their eye color (and that she is bustier). Despite the fact that she is the one in high school, while her older sister is a police officer.