The princess of DeLuxia who was tasked to take the DeLuxcalibur from the invading Distron Army.
- Apologetic Attacker: She can be heard frantically apologizing to her enemies ("Sorry, everyone!") while smiting them with her BFS.
- Ancestral Weapon: Her family's sword DeLuxcalibur
- Bare Your Midriff
- Beauty Equals Goodness: Solange is a beautiful and sexy princess who would rather not resort to violence.
- BFS: DeLuxcalibur.
- Boobs of Steel: The most stacked of all the female characters and wields the seven foot BFS (albeit with some difficulty).
- Chainmail Bikini: As pointed out both in the meta and in-game. At one point, two soldiers mistake her for a prostitute. In her defense, she says it's a "designer gown."
- Disappeared Dad: Her dad croaks right after the prologue is over.
- Impossible Hourglass Figure: Her midsection looks too small compared to her chest and hips.
- Noble Fugitive: She's on the run after the royal family was set up.
- Pretty Princess Powerhouse: Lived a sheltered life, but can't get more badass than swinging a sword that is longer than your height and demolishing monsters with it.
- Reluctant Warrior: She would rather give her enemies a hug than strike them down. This doesn't stop her from sticking up for anyone she perceives as being bullied, as you see when you first meet Lady Zozo.
- Stripperific: Really, only her forearms down are completely covered compared to the rest of her body. She argues what she wears is a designer gown, though.
- Stuff Blowing Up: Some of her attacks involve sending explosions. If not careful, she may end up getting caught in a very long chain reaction.
- Unskilled, but Strong: Justified because she's a sheltered princess wielding a sword longer than she is tall.
A thief who had a falling out with her old gang. She happens to find Solange and, without question, decides to accompany her.
- Bare Your Midriff
- Bifauxnen: Raise your hand if you thought she was male when you first saw her.
- Childhood Friend: To Solange. Before, Ali went by the name "Alcena" and was about to be executed for stealing a royal heirloom until Solange appeared and vouched for her by calling her a friend who was given the heirloom as a gift. This act is the reason why Ali decides to stick with Solange at the start of the story.
- Lightning Bruiser: To the point of almost being a Game-Breaker.
- Only Sane Woman: Not hard to be this, when the rest of your team is a) a rather spacey princess, (b) a deadpan necromancer, (c) a bard which doesn't seem all quite there, (d) a blind swordsman who has the hots for the deadpan necromancer, (e) a big guy into little animals, and (f) an Ax-Crazy nun. Then again, she used to be Baku's girlfriend...
- Stuff Blowing Up: She can use bombs in battle. Unlike other characters, her bombs can't hurt her.
- Tomboy: Compared to the more girly Solange.
- What Does She See in Him? / No Accounting for Taste: For reasons unknown to man or beast, she used to find Baku attractive and was his girlfriend, which shocks the whole party. And she still seems to carry a torch for him, much to her embarrassment.
- When She Smiles: Rarely does she smile in her in-game portraits. She only does it when after she reveals that she was Alcena; whom Solange saved her life from execution.
A somewhat unenthusiastic necromancer who has had to reconstruct her body with different spare body parts, which has given her an infamous reputation of being called a zombie, much to her chagrin.
- Body Horror: Albeit she doesn't look that bad, she states that she's used to her body parts falling off so much that she has stopped putting a tongue back on, so her skull staff pronounces her words. Then there's the fact some of the body parts came from men.
- Contralto of Danger: When the party finds out that Alchemia's body is hers, it's rather...surprising that her older sister has the sweet voice in a tall lady's body while Zozo's rather deeper voice belongs to a little kid's body.
- Embarrassing First Name: Her parents named her Milk because she had pale skin in her real little body.
- Foreshadowing: Unlike Tsukikage and Master T, she is not as aware of her aura as they are. Later, when Distiny summons Distille, Distille is unable to come back at full power because of Zozo having replaced her body parts too many times, losing a part of Distille's Code, allowing the team to fight her on equal grounds.
- Hoist by Her Own Petard: Her spells can be extremely chaotic due to how they can inflict long chain reactions against mobs of enemies. Unfortunately, if she's not careful, it's very easy for her to get caught in the crossfire.
- LEGO Body Parts: Though she is a necromancer and Totally Not A Zombie, she's currently controlling a zombie body, and in her prologue she loses her left arm and replaces it.
- Necromancer: She is quick to point out that she is one when mistaken for a zombie.
- The Reveal: Several. One, she's the younger sister to Alchemia. Two, her real name is Milk Macchiato. Three, Alchemia stole her body from her after Distiny took Alchemia's own body. Four, she carries one of the Codes needed for Distile to return (which resonates with Master T's and Tsukikage's Codes)...except because of Zozo's constant body part swapping, she lost part of it, which causes Distille's resurrection to be incomplete, allowing the party to fight her.
- Spanner in the Works: Due to replacing body parts a lot, Distille's full resuscitation is botched because Zozo inadvertly lost a piece of her Code.
- Status Effects: She can immobilize enemies within a large glyph.
- The Stoic: Her unenthusiastic behavior is the source from some Black Comedy comments she says whenever death or getting cursed is a good route to take to lessen whatever extreme lethal pain the party will suffer.
A carefree bard/sage(?) elf who decides to follow Solange in her quest (most likely because he was turned on by the all-female party saving him). He is a coward by nature and constantly on the run from Marco Neko trying to get him to pay his debt.
- Casanova Wannabe: To the exasperation of all female party members.
- Cowardly Lion: Many times he wants to bail out from some of the most dangerous enemies the party comes across.
- Informed Attribute: He claims that he is a sage (short of a few EXP points), but he hardly has any wisdom to impart.
- Musical Assassin: Fights with a magical electric guitar.
- Older Than They Look: Due to being an elf, he's over 1000 years old but yet looks like a preteen. His attitude does not reflect that, though.
- The One Guy: The only male playable character of the Campaign mode.
- Shock and Awe: Can send electric spheres towards his targets.
- Slept Through the Apocalypse: He was alive when the conflict between the gods and Distille happened. However, he claims he didn't see it because he was napping back then.
- Spoony Bard: Story-wise at least. Lampshaded after he tries to join the party:Ali: "It's nothing personal, but you're a bard. And also yeah, it is personal."
A UMA master seeking to avenge his fallen kingdom from the Distron Army. He borrows his power from beasts.
- Bare-Fisted Monk
- Cuteness Proximity: Due to being an Animal Lover, he finds Marco Neko irresistible, much to Neko's disgust.
- Mundane Utility: For being the hulking party member, the power he borrows from beasts are...from this kind of beast:
- Master T: Stance number 48... Lend me the might of the Heartbroken Badger!
A wandering blind samurai who accompanies Master T for the same reasons: to avenge his own fallen kingdom.
A nun from an orphanage who has a reputation for being strict so much that she has earned the ironic nickname "Sister Hel."
- Ax-Crazy: Enjoys the mere thought of punishing evildoers using violent methods. Her heart is in the right place...maybe.
- Carry a Big Stick: She wields a mace.
- Church Militant: Is rather dogmatic on religious issues.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Her nickname "Sister Hel", which denotes her strict personality and creepy gleeful fondness on how to smite her enemies.
Queen of the Distron Army. She invades kingdoms in an effort to extend her control.
- Big Bad
- Failed a Spot Check: When she stole Alchemia's body, she failed to learn that Alchemia had a younger sister and was using her younger sister's body in place, allowing Alchemia to get close to her as a captain of her army so that Distiny would lower her guard once she was done summoning Distille so Alchemia would reclaim her body back after Distiny had spent her magic power in the ritual.
- Villain with Good Publicity: Her modus operandi when conquering kingdoms is this: summon monsters to wreak havoc in a kingdom, wait for those monsters to overthrow and kill the kingdom's royal family, and then swoop in with her army (none the wiser about her demonic summoning) and convince troubled citizens that the royal family forsook them. Needless to say, this proves very effective.
- Xanatos Gambit: Her plan to get the DeLuxcalibur. She would either kill Solange and reclaim the sword, or simply wait for Solange herself to come with it and several fragmented Codes inside Zozo, Tsukikage, and Master T to summon Distille into the world.
A wandering salesman who pursues Allegro to get him to pay his debt. To his chagrin, his constant stalking on his customers makes people unnerved.
One of the main captains of the Distron Army. A mysterious masked man.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: Distiny inserted a Code into him and turned him into her servant. It's only until Solange destroys the Code using the DeLuxcalibur that he is freed from the brainwashing.
- Char Clone: Liongate seems to be designed with this in mind. He's even Solange's brother, Schwartz.
- Cool Mask: Which obscures his eyes. When it's cleaved in two, Solange immediately learns it's her brother.
- The Dragon: Distiny's top enforcer. Everyone who knows about Liongate knows he's a powerful swordsman and fears getting on his bad side.
- Only Sane Man: Next to his sister dressing like a prostitute. He implores Solange to Please Put Some Clothes On quickly. In one ending, this earns him a Dope Slap that knocks him away.
- The Reveal: Oh boy, does he reveal a lot of stuff when the party confronts and defeats him. He turns out to be Solange's lost brother Schwartz (whom the player will just learn about), who left without a word ever since he got word of the Distron Army's attempts to resuscitate Distille, so he posed as Liongate to infiltrate their ranks in order to stop the resuscitation. However, Distiny caught him in the act and inserted a Code into his head to brainwash him into becoming her servant.
A rather enthusiastic ninja/martial artist/actor captain of the Distron Army seeking glory through flair.
- Bolivian Army Ending: It's unknown whether he survived going up against dragons trying to kill the party as they infiltrated the castle.
- Evil Costume Switch: His ridiculous headpiece is this. Once he removes it, he looks a bit more decent.
- Evil Former Friend: For Ali, though it's more like Evil Former Boyfriend.
- Large Ham: Juppongi lives this trope. He cannot seem to calm down for extended periods of time. His flair for the dramatic is simply part of his job as an actor.
A mysterious little girl, one of the captains of the Distron Army.
- Enfant Terrible: She employs the undead to do her bidding, and she has skull monster (wearing a ribbon) that serves her. And yet, she looks like a happy little girl.
- Familial Body Snatcher: The body she has isn't hers. It's Zozo's real body. Alchemia had to take her younger sister's body due to Distiny taking over Alchemia's own body to have a chance to take it back. Zozo didn't know that, though, and thought Alchemia had betrayed her when Alchemia joined the Distron Army.
- The Reveal: Multiple ones. One, she is Zozo's older sister. Two, her name is not her real name, her real name being Cocoa Macchiato. And three, she took Zozo's body and then went as Alchemia in an effort to reclaim her old body from Distiny, who took it from her from the beginning.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: In the alternate ending of the game, she doesn't show up to return Zozo's body back, unlike how the true ending has her return it as soon as possible after Zozo's soul is released from her mixed body parts due to magic being destroyed for good. It's her strange disappearance that prompts Solange and the others to look for her in the alternate ending.
- Emble voiced by: (3DS Version)Semble voiced by: (3DS Version)
Two quirky soldiers who follow Liongate. They aren't exactly the sharpest tools in the shed.
- Bumbling Henchmen Duo: Liongate's comedic minions who can't even remember which of them is which.