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From the movie

    Mark Curran 
  • Put on a Bus: By time of the PS2 game, he left Gaia for Earth and was replaced with by Fox.


  • Disappointed by the Motive: Turns on Garneaux upon finding out he plans to destroy the formula just for the sake of power.
  • Face Death with Dignity: Mimi when the ship she and Garneaux boarded gets shot down by CONSENT Rais.
  • False Flag Operation: Mimi pulls this off by hacking Gaia's defense systems and firing them on a CONSENT ship.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Does this after learning of Garneaux's real motives.
  • The Mole: Mimi is working for Garneaux; she'll do whatever it takes to steal the formula and hand it over to Garneaux, including dragging Gaia into war against CONSENT.


    Chief Councilor Graves 


    Jack Halle 
  • Char Clone: sort of. He serves as Mark's rival and former superior officer. Sans a mask or a red mobile suit.
  • Colonel Badass: He is a Lieutenant Colonel and an ace Mobile Suit pilot, as one might expect from a Char Clone.
  • The Dragon: He serves as Garneaux's adjutant/right-hand man throughout the movie.
  • Evil Laugh: He has his moments, such as when he was defeated by Mark. As if he wasn't evil enough.
  • Frameup: He kills a prison guard, framing Mark for the murder.
  • Putting on the Reich
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: After being defeated by Mark (he only managed to disable Jack's Rai), Jack wasn't seen again after the Illuminati reinforcements arrive.

From the Game

    Reed Fox 



  • Actually a Doombot: Possibly. We don't know for sure if the Rysis that Reed was fighting from the start was a MW unit the entire time, or only just the final boss.
  • Char Clone: Reed Fox's rival and the pilot of Project Raven.
  • The Heavy: While Bais is the Big Bad, Rysis gets all the screentime, and carries out Bais' plans.

    Bais Bashing 

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