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    Aldo/Kyros Chronos/Sorik 
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Voiced by: Kouki Uchiyama (Japanese), Jared Zeus (English)
The main character of Another Eden. Aldo and his sister, Feinne were raised by the mayor of Baruoki after being found in the Moonlight Forest. He always means well, although he doesn't always think things through to the fullest.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: Aldo is always willing to help anyone he meets with whatever they need help with, no matter how unimportant it may seem. Isuka lampshades it by calling Aldo a "busybody" to rib him a bit.
  • Foreshadowing: The bell collar and the cat on his character illustration. It's a hint about the fact that he's not Professor Chronos' son, but his cat.
  • For Want of a Nail: If Sorik the Baruoki cat didn't wander into a spacetime tear, he wouldn't have been adopted by the Chronos family as Kyros and turned into Aldo by the Geo Prisma. Without this turn of events, the whole plot would've been very different since Phantom's plan wouldn't have been kickstarted and Feinne would still be Guildna's prisoner..
  • Heroes Prefer Swords: He uses a sword, as is common for the main character in an RPG.
  • "I Know You're in There Somewhere" Fight: In Ogre Wars Part 2, Ogre Rancorem takes over Aldo's body. You have to beat the tar out of him to free him.
  • Magnetic Hero: He's able to attract a lot of allies to join him in his quest, especially once you count the player characters gotten through dreams. This includes people who would be on bad terms (Deirdre before The Reveal and Anabel), bitter rivals (Krervo and Nonold) or mortal enemies (Miyu and Shion)
  • Nice Guy: Always willing to help out those in need. He's known as his hometown's golden boy for a reason.
  • Oblivious to Love: Fan pairings aside, Aldo is none the wiser to the girls who fall for him throughout the game such as Azami and Shanie.
  • Only the Chosen May Wield: He's the only one that can draw Ogre Rancorem, the weapon that provides the ability to use Another Force.
  • Primary-Color Champion: Wears a blue tunic and red cape.
  • Straight Man: Usually serves as this to the more eccentric party members' antics, such as Suzette.
  • Super Move Portrait Attack: As Aldo is the only character with the Protagonist personality type, he gets his own finisher if nobody else in the party is capable of a Combination Attack at the end of a fully charged Another Force.
  • Time to Unlock More True Potential: The Ogre Wars Part I arc has Aldo obtain the powers of the Dragon God, gaining a 5-star Ability Board in the process.
  • Tomato in the Mirror:
    • Aldo learns from the phantom that he's related to Professor Chronos of the future. Further investigation reveals that the Chronos's son is actually named Eden, not Aldo.
    • Aldo later learns that he misunderstood the phantom, and he's not actually Eden. He was actually the professor's cat, transformed into a replica of Eden. And then he learns he was actually Sorik, the cat one of the children in Baruoki lost at the beginning of the game, who walked into a spacetime tear and ended up with the Chronos family.
  • Unexplained Recovery: After reverting back into a cat and merging with Eden, who then fades away, Aldo manages to return home and regain his human form.
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    Feinne/Cecile Chronos 
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Voiced by: Ai Kayano (Japanese), Julie Rogers (English)
Feinne is Aldo's younger sister. She is kind, but perfectly willing to be forceful when she thinks it's needed. She's kidnapped near the start of the game by the Beast King, due to the mysterious power she has.
  • All-Loving Hero: Feinne believes in showing kindness to everyone, and will befriend beastfolk (a traditional enemy of humans) without batting an eye. Reading journals in the Beast King's castle reveal that she pleaded for mercy for a beast man that hit her.
  • Damsel in Distress: The Beast King kidnapping her sets Aldo's quest in motion.
  • Feminine Women Can Cook: The very first food item you get in her homemade sandwiches and she'll give you more if you don't have food in your inventory after rescuing her and she's much more feminine than Amy, Riica or Helena.
  • Flower in Her Hair: She wears a single flower in her hair.
  • Forbidden Friendship: She became friends with Altena when they were children, even though their races are at war with each other.
  • Fusion Dance: She fuses with the Beast King's sister Altena, creating the monstrous Beast Angel Geo Anguirus.
  • Late Character Syndrome: Feinne suffers the most from this trope because she only joins the roster after Chapter 25 and the tome to upgrade her is obtained from a Very Hard Another Dungeon. In comparison, the rest of the story cast have upgrade tomes that can be found in Hard Another Dungeons or Side Episodes, meaning they're likely already competent before the endgame. A player who has made it this far would likely already have a better healer (like Riica) and Feinne's kit doesn't offer enough to compensate for her shortcomings. Future updates promise 5-star upgrades for storyline characters, but Feinne is the only one who hasn't had that perk yet.
  • Moses in the Bulrushes: Feinne was found abandoned in the woods as a baby. Professor Chronos was planning on rewriting time, so he sent her back in time to prevent her from being erased with the rest of the future.
  • Mystical White Hair: She has unusual story-relevant powers (the prototype of the Geo Prisma) and silver hair that makes her stand out.
  • Sixth Ranger: After the conclusion of part 1, she permanently joins the playable roster, functioning as such to the story's cast.
  • White Magician Girl: She's kind, wields a staff, is specialized in healing magic, and shows a distinct domestic side.

    Riica 
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Voiced by: Rie Kugimiya (Japanese), Rebecca Kiser (English)
Riica is an all-purpose KMS android, whom Aldo meets during his first trip to the future.
  • Combat Medic: She can use a mid-level healing spell, in addition to blunt and magical attacks. Her personal weapon improves this healing strength to let her contend with 5-star healers.
  • Deus ex Machina: Literaly. Her combat routine is called Deus Ex Machina Program.
  • Flawed Prototype: She was built to be a helpful android at first, but KMS decided to turn her into a fighting unit instead. Madoka Chronos tampered with her combat protocols to protest her being made into a weapon, causing various errors.
  • Insistent Terminology: She is not a robot made of metal, but an all-purpose KMS android made of high-quality alloys, thank you very much.
  • Mega Twintails: The two large antennas on each side of her head evoke this.
  • Nature-Loving Robot: She has the cat-lover trait, while being a robot.
  • No Sense of Direction: Riica's GPS module tends to malfunction which wrecks havoc on her navigation abilities.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Her eyes are normally pink, but they turn red whenever she's angry or in combat mode.
  • The Smart Guy: Her massive database allows her to pull intel about almost everything.
  • Time to Unlock More True Potential: One Other Ordeal (v2.0.4) introduces a series of boss fights that unlocks Riica's 5-star board and gives her personal weapon.

    Amy 
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Voiced by: Rina Sato (Japanese), Janine Harouni (English)
Amy is a hunter from the future, who lost her mother when the synth-humans first declared war on the humans. She helps Aldo get his bearings after he gets stranded in the future.
  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: Her second quest has Amy and her father being interviewed by a journalist. Amy can only protest as her dad narrates all sorts of embarrassing moments of her childhood.
  • The Big Guy: She uses fists as her weapons and is the quickest to anger or suggest direct action.
  • Feminine Women Can Cook: Her profile mentions that she burns half the food she cooks, which emphasizes her lack of femininity.
  • It's Personal: She makes it a personnal matter to deal with the Neohumans as two of their members are her teenage crush and her former best friend who stole him away. Coming to terms with how she feels about them and their past unlocks her 5-star board.
  • Power Fist: Her weapon of choice. During her introductory chapter, all available fist weapons even look distinctly mechanical.
  • Time to Unlock More True Potential: The Ogre Wars Part II arc leads to her eventually unlocking her 5-star ability board.
  • Tomboyish Ponytail: Wears her hair in an unkept ponytail, and is an Action Girl specialized in martial arts.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: She's terrified by ghosts, which makes the crossing of the Haunted Chateau very difficult for her.
  • You Killed My Father: The war against the synth humans is personal to her, because of her mother's death.

    Cyrus 
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Voiced by: Shigeru Chiba (Japanese), Tim Watson (English)
Cyrus is a swordsman from antiquity who looks like a frog. He hid away in a swamp due to his cursed form, but Aldo persuades him to join his quest.
  • Antiquated Linguistics: His speech is very ornate even compared to characters of noble stock.
  • Blood Brothers: He was this with Varn, the other top student of their master. They had a fallout when Cyrus was entrusted with one half of the scroll containing the secret techniques of their fighting school, but were briefly reunited before Varn's death.
  • Blood Knight: His quote when facing a Horror is "I tremble with excitement!". And he is notably excited to see IDA School's sword training classes and to fight Anabel and her Holy Sword.
  • Expy: A very clear one to Frog from Chrono Trigger. Cyrus even shares the name of Frog's fallen comrade.
  • Katanas Are Just Better: Well he is a frog samurai, after all.
  • The Lancer: Following's Amy's disappearance after defeating Galliard, he fills this role in Aldo's group.
  • Large Ham: Some of his play reviews mention his overacting.
  • Oblivious to His Own Description: His first quest has him surprised to hear about a strange green monster in the swamp. While it turned out to be someone impersonating him and not actually himself, Cyrus fails to notice any resemblance of the description to him.
  • Time to Unlock More True Potential: The Devilishness Revived update (v1.8.6) unlocks his 5-star board after settling the score with Reptires, the witch behind his transformation.
  • Vague Age: It's hard to tell due to his transformation, but he's estimed to be around 37 years old.
  • Verbal Tic: He croaks whenever he speaks.

    Helena 
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Voiced by: Rie Tanaka (Japanese), Rebecca Boey (English)
Helena is a Synth Human, a special model designed by Professor Chronos himself. While she is Galliard's supporter, at heart she is a pacifist who wishes to co-exist with humanity.
  • A Day in the Limelight: "The Closed-off Open World and the Azure Rebel" (v1.9.0) is an entire Side Episode dedicated to her and her partner Galliard. It culminates unlocking her 5-star Ability Board.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: You have to fight her in a boss battle first before she joins you.
  • Desperately Looking for a Purpose in Life: She decides to seek new meaning in her life after the death of Galliard and joins the party to do so.
  • Gratuitous French: Randomly peppers in French in her speech and has a very pronounced French accent.
  • Lady of Black Magic: She's elegant, mature, and primarily deals magical damage.
  • Late Character Syndrome: As the final party member to join before Chapter 25, the player is likely to not even field her as they lack the resources to upgrade her right off the bat. One of her skills is even gated behind a character quest that doesn't unlock until after the player's finished Chapter 44.
  • Midair Bobbing: Helena floats all the time, and when she's not moving she'll bob up and down in place.
  • Sixth Ranger: She's the last character to join your party save for the Episode protagonists and the only one not mentioned in the ads and trailers.
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    Guildna 
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Guildna is king of the beast folk, a people descended from the elemental spirits. He kicks off the main plot by kidnapping Feinne, believing her to have the power that will allow him to destroy humanity. After the power of the Geo Prisma resurrects him in his younger form, he decides to find peace with the humans with the help of Altena.
  • The Atoner: After being resurrected by the Geo Prisma and told by Feinne to give up his warring ways, he decides to work towards peace between beastfolk and humanity with the help of Altena.
  • Climax Boss: He is fought properly in Chapter 13, and his defeat concludes an important arc for Aldo.
  • Defeat Means Playable: A very delayed version of this trope, as Guildna is defeated in Chapter 13 but doesn't even join the roster as a guest until Chapter 28.
  • Duel Boss: In Chapter 32, the revived Guildna is forced to confront his past warmongering self. His victory unlocks a new Personality Trait that lets him perform his own finishing move.
  • Fountain of Youth: When he is resurrected by the Geo Prisma, Guildna appears as his younger form from when he met Feinne as a baby. This causes confusion among his people as well as when he meets Altena again on Snake Island.
  • Hopeless Boss Fight: The very first confrontation with him cannot be beaten. He knocks Aldo senseless but backs down once he notices the Ogre Rancorem.
  • HP to 1: He has a move in the second phase of his boss fight that drops one party member's HP to 1% of their base health.
  • Kill All Humans: His goal for his war against humanity.
  • Mighty Glacier: Guildna has significantly higher Endurance than most other units, at the cost of some Speed. His unique weapon also amplifies his high physical resistance. His skill set is also more focused on powerful singular hits than striking multiple times in quick succession.
  • One-Winged Angel: Goes into this form for the second phase of his boss fight.
  • Pet the Dog: He plays with an abandoned baby Feinne, even before noticing she could useful to him.
  • Time to Unlock More True Potential: The Rebirth of the Beast King update (v1.7.5) introduces a side quest chain that eventually unlocks Guildna's 5-star board and gives him his own personal weapon.
  • Wave Motion Gun: His personal Another Force finisher has him switch to his Beast Form and fire a gigantic magic laser beam, just like when you face him in Chapter 13.

    Galliard 
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The commander of the Synth Human army, before his defeat. He was built along with Helena by Professor Chronos as a pair of twin units.
  • Back from the Dead: He gets resurrected during Helena's Side Episode. Only for him to die and need to be ressurrected again.
  • Badass Biker: Chases you down on a motorcycle for his boss fight. And then later he uses the motorcycle to rescue Helena from Leo.
  • Heel–Face Turn: His "ghost" appears to help Helena, now firmly on the humans' side, prevent the Riftbreaker from crashing down, giving her a boost so she don't destroy herself in the process. Several chapters later, he gets revived as part of Helena's Side Episode and joins the roster.
  • In a Single Bound: Has an attack where jumps in the air, and then lands on the enemies a round later.
  • Motorcycle Jousting: Once he takes enough damage, he rips off the machine gun on his bike and pulls out a giant electro lance to fight the player, while still riding his motorcycle.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: He declared war on the humans, but only because he blames the humans for the time quakes and thinks violence is the only thing humans will listen to.
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