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    Fray 
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The main protagonist. A local mercenary who is widely recognized for his skills.

  • Big Brother Instinct: At the start of the game, he's hesitant in allowing Aurra to join the investigation team.
  • Conveniently an Orphan: He mentions that his and Aurra's parents died when they were young.
  • Dual Wielding: Wields twin swords as his weapons of choice.
  • Heroic BSoD: Fray has a good reason for one when Sieger kills Corone in front of him.
  • Jerkass Realization: Has one after Enah gives him a What the Hell, Hero? speech related to his treatment of Corune.
  • Nice Guy: Fray often agrees with Walter's points even when he's insulting him at the same time. Aurra begins to think it's more of a case of Too Dumb to Fool.
  • No Sense of Direction: Fray admits that he has this problem and spends several hours poring over maps before leaving on an assignment just to make sure he doesn't get his team lost.
  • Stepford Smiler: Aurra knows Fray is acting like one just one morning after Corone's death. His anger and frustration surface again when Corune offers to join the party.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: Fray, still mourning over Corone, doesn't quite know how to react when Corune appears and ends up speaking rather harshly to her, which is pretty out of character for him.
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    Aurra 
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Fray's younger sister, renowned for her research of Energi.

  • The Gunslinger: Wields a pistol as her weapon.
  • I Invented X: Aurra is not only proficient with Energi-based firearms, but a few lines of dialogue also mention that she's the one who invented them.
  • Teen Genius: Aurra is a well-renowned clone researcher and earned her position by studying her butt off to get a job after her and Fray's parents died.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Aurra preaches the gospel of dried liver bits.

    Enah 
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A 2000-series clone that imprints on Fray during his investigation.

  • Death Glare: She is capable of giving one that's good enough to unnerve even Aurra.
  • Legacy Character: She is present and playable in the original Alphadia and even has the same character portrait. While this game takes place before it, it was made first.
  • Shy Blue-Haired Girl: She hardly speaks after being first awakened and tends to hide behind Fray.
  • You Are Number 6: Enah is given her name rather than be referred by her serial number.

    Corone 
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A knight from a neighboring kingdom, called to investigate the rogue clone case alongside Fray.

  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She is both kind and very modest when it comes to being recognized as one of the most powerful magicians where she lives.
  • Why Did It Have To Be Slimes?: Corone's biggest fear. While she says she has no trouble with small ones, facing a larger one causes her to freeze up.

    Walter 
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Corone's stalwart, and headstrong, protector.

  • Blade on a Stick: Walter's weapon of choice is a spear.
  • Butt-Monkey: The game events go out of its way to embarrass Walter or make him look as bad as possible. Since he's a massive Jerkass, it comes off as negative karma catching up to him.
  • Extreme Doormat: But only when it comes to Corone.
  • Honor Before Reason: Walter wants a rematch against Fray and he wants it now! Despite the fact they're in the middle of a crowded tavern and drawing his sword in an area full of civilians and while in a neighboring kingdom would have done much more to tarnish his honor as a knight than losing fairly in an official tournament match.
  • Jerkass: Walter does not leave good first impressions with people. He also has a grudge against Fray for losing to him at the inter-kingdom tournament.
  • Never My Fault: Every time Walter makes himself look like an idiot in front of Corone, he blames Fray.
  • Smug Snake: A heroic version, as he tends to brag about his superior abilities, but usually just puts his foot in his mouth when he fails to deliver.
  • Sore Loser: Walter was not happy about losing to "a piece of Guild scum" like Fray in the inter-kingdom tournament.

    Grande 
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The leader of the Crimson Wolves gang.

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NPCs

    King Clarence 

    Nils 
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  • Fiery Redhead: A perfectly straight example. Even in battle, he enters a berserker rage once his HP drops far enough.

    King Augustine 

  • I Did What I Had to Do: Believes this on his actions during the Energi War in order to help bring it to an end. He's been working to rectify them since.

    Gale 

  • It's All My Fault: He blames himself for the events that drive the foundation of the plot. Sieger uses this insecurity to easily manipulate him.
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    Sieger 
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  • Utopia Justifies the Means: He claims that humans and clones cannot be equal in society so long as humans significantly outnumber clones.
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