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    Takuma Kugayama 

Takuma Kugayama
Voiced by: Susumu Chiba (JP), Spike Spencer (EN)

  • Ax-Crazy: Simply put, what his little idea of morality is lacking sanity.
  • Child Soldier: He is still in his early teens when he completed his training and currently in the the series, yet he has natural talent to drive massive mecha.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Whatever it is, it results with Takechi adopted him and other kids. The military training take its toll to him and then mass media found them.... The novels also implied that he did something that somehow got his actual older sister killed accidentally.
  • Law of Chromatic Superiority: The Behemoth, like the Venom I and Venom II, and Zaied's Shadow, is of course, red.
  • The Dragon: He is Seina's most powerful combatant and she spends much time with her.


Voiced by: Mayumi Asano (JP), Kelli Cousins (EN)

As a young girl without any family, Seina found sanctuary in the A21 juvenile assistance group under the leadership of ex-mercenary Takechi Seiji. The leader was the only father she ever knew and her dedication to the group was unmatched by any other for this simple fact. When the A21 was discovered by the mass media it was assumed to be a terrorist training camp, affecting Seina greatly. Once the great leader Takechi fell to suicide, Seina took it on her own shoulders to continue the name of the group.

  • Arc Villain: Of the Behemoth arc. Takuma is most featured but she is the running the show and the organization's leader.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Whatever it is, it results with Takechi adopted her and other kids. Then mass media found them....
  • Far East Asian Terrorists: Ironically turns A21 into a terrorist group after the media accused them of being in a terrorist camp.
  • Hoist by Her Own Petard: Dies when Takuma takes off in the Behemoth, the mech she forced him into flying. The roof falls on her as he makes his escape.
  • Manipulative Bastard: At least towards Takuma, pretending to be his sister in order to get him to fly the Behemoth. Her talk with Kalinin suggests that she's ashamed by it, but has no choice but to carry the masquerade in order to wreck havoc in Tokyo.
  • Noodle Incident: Whatever happened with the camera crew investigating A21, and the 'atrocity' that most of the delinquents were involved in before Takechi found them.
  • Parental Substitute: To Takuma and their "younger siblings" and she is an unpleasant one at that.
  • Save the Villain: Kalinin risks his life to go back and save her, but she tries to shoot him instead, only to be injured when a beam falls on her. She carries Kalinin to safety, then dies.
  • The Spartan Way: Takechi's training camp. It gives them pride and self-confidence, but doesn't prepare them for coping with the outside world when it intrudes. A21 therefore becomes the terrorist group they were accused of being.
  • You Remind Me of X: She spares Kalinin's life because he reminds her of her own Parental Substitute.

    Keith Fang 

Keith Fang

A bad guy from the Surplus manga. A promising Mithril SRT recruit who washed out in his training in Belize, he's the Arc Villain responsible for stirring up up tensions in the Taiwan Strait.

  • Fallen Hero: A Mithril SRT recruit who becomes a mercenary.
  • Revenge: He partly cause chaos in the Taiwan Strait so that he can take on Sousuke and kill him.

    Colonel Maress 

Colonel Maress

The military dictator of Balic, he's the main target of Mithril's WPF op in The Second Raid. He uses Amalgam-modified Patriots to take out Teiwaz 12.

  • Asshole Victim: Maress gets killed by Gates after refusing to pay up, seeing that their weaponry didn't deter Mithril from saving the refugees.
  • Canon Foreigner: Gatou conceptualized him for The Second Raid.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: His use of the modified Patriots on Mithril's choppers alerted the leadership that Amalgam was supplying him with them alongside the Mistral-I Is.
  • Would Hit a Girl/Would Hurt a Child: He doesn't care if the minorities he wipes out are all women and children.

    Quang Van Dao 

Quang Van Dao

The brutish arena combatant of Namsac, who pilots the customized Mistral-II called "Ogre". He's not quite the friendliest person around town, but has a little bit of more hate in his heart reserved for the Crossbow team and any who ally with them.

  • Ax-Crazy: He's rather brutal in general, but can reach unhinged limits when his pride is wounded.
  • Combat Pragmatist: He resorts to murdering his opponents more than one time, and of course being in a corrupt and undeveloped town that is merely recovering from a war helps him get away with almost anything.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Nami threatens him with a revolver (non-functional at that) at one point. His revenge? Literally stabbing her AS pilot in the back while he was drunk.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: He has two huge scars, and he is a jerkass.
  • The Brute: He's quite tall and muscular, and his AS isn't less scary...but Sousuke on the other hand defeats him in the Arena without breaking a sweat.
  • Would Hit a Girl: A vicious piece of work he is. He is not above going after Nami after the match and smacking her with his fists repeatedly while taunting her for his friend's death.

    Namsac Chief 

Namsac Chief

The head of the Royal Thai Police's Namsac HQ, he's very corrupt and leads a bunch of them to maintain the town's Wretched Hive. He also works on behalf of Amalgam after he learns of Sousuke's Mithril affiliations.

  • Asshole Victim: He died when a falling AS assault rifle squashed a RTP cruiser he was using to hide from the gunfight.
  • Dirty Cop: In fact, he heads a bunch of them in Namsac.
  • Would Hit a Girl: He did take Nami hostage to be used as a bargaining chip just in case.


    Killy B. Sailor 

Killy B. Sailor

Commander of the USS Pasadena and general pain in the ass to everyone around him. While not actively malicious, his one-sided rivalry with the mysterious Toy Box submarine (i.e. the Tuatha de Danann) and apparent assumption that he's the protagonist of some real-life action movie has made him a regular thorn in Mithril's side.


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