Blatant Lies: Lars tries to take credit for punching the owner of the bar despite Addie doing it. He also claims the guy's jaw popped from the hit and Scott agrees, but Addie says that's not true either.
The Charmer: He's flirtatious and loves spending money on people.
Coattail-Riding Relative: Though he does work as a Griefer, it's his family fortune that's funding his expensive tastes.
Conspicuous Consumption: Lars loves flashing his cash, flaunting with expensive clothing, and has a knife with a gold blade that he uses while working.
Creepy Souvenir: Lars has a couple, including a human skull and a jar of teeth.
Custom Uniform: Lars has a uniform jacket that's different from the other Griefers because of course he does. The notable differences are round patches on the elbows and that the jacket reaches almost to his knees instead of his waist, though the zipper itself still stops at the waist. It also lacks the red trim at the bottom.
Destructo-Nookie: There's no raging fight involved, but when he has sex with Scott, they trash Lars's room and both of them are covered in bruises and scratches.
Even Evil Has Standards: Lars doesn't like Cowan despite him being a regular customer. It's probably more to do with Cowan being creepy and gross than technically a matter of moral standards. Lars definitely looks down on people that take hostages, though.
Feather Boa Constrictor: So far only shown on his Twitter account and additional sketches, but he owns a python named Princess.
Handsome Lech: Lars sleeps around often and always without commitment, but he does have some charm.
The Hedonist: His mum criticizes him for spending more on his lifestyle than The Belt. Mixed with his habit of sleeping around, Lars definitely looks like this. Word of God is that he's a reckless thrill-seeker, supported by the fact that he knowingly walked into and partied in that bar he was banned from, inciting a fight.
I'm a Humanitarian: While Lars seems to find it distasteful to eat human organs, he has to eat dinner while visiting Cowan against his will and it's the same dish Cowan is eating.
In Love with Your Carnage: While not obsessed with him, Lars did apparently hire on Scott after Scott beat up his last partner.
Tattooed Crook: Lars is the leader of The Belt and he has a stylized spine design tattooed on the back of his neck.
Troll: He's a master at trolling people. In one scene, he brings Scott and Addie to a bar he's banned from, prompting the owner to physically threaten him. The bar owner gets punched by Addie in response, inciting a bar fight. Lars's immediate response is watching with interest for a moment while sipping his drink.
Upperclass Twit: Lars has no idea how to run a business despite being the heir to The Belt. He typically solves things with lots of money.
Genre Savvy: Scott may be this to an extent when Lars is making the drop with Cowan's crew since he asks if he should go with Lars instead of waiting in the truck. Lars, being less sensible in the situation, insists to go on his own and is about to be strong-armed into accepting Cowan's dinner invitation for once.
Only One Name: Scott is one of the few people listed on the webcomic's character sheet that doesn't have a last name shown.
What Did I Do Last Night?: He has a brief moment of this, waking up covered in bruises and scratches with a human skull lying nearby, before remembering that he's in Lars's bed.
Adelaide "Addie" Finch
Bar Brawl: She starts one when sticking up for Lars by punching the owner in the face.
Dark-Skinned Redhead: Considering the pattern with Lars and Scott, she may dye her hair or at least the lighter streaks in the front, but she still does have both the dark skin and red hair to fit.
Evil Redhead: Even more towards morally ambiguous than Scott since she isn't shown killing anyone and isn't a Griefer, but she's definitely an accomplice to the Griefers and she doesn't show much sympathy for people that turn on them.
Fingerless Gloves: Addie wears a pair of black fingerless gloves for the entirety of Chapter 1.
Unusually Uninteresting Sight: It comes from knowing Lars so long, but she doesn't bat an eye at the stunts he pulls. Her reaction to an ex-coworker walking back into the thrift store, his arm having been amputated by Lars, is to yell at him to get out since he's making a mess that she'll have to clean up.
I Was Quite a Looker: While she's described as currently being an "old hag", from what we can glimpse of an old photo of her and Cowan at a party, she was pretty in her youth, to the point where it is heavily implied that Cowan was/is in love with her.
My Beloved Smother: She's Lars's mom and she allegedly loves to nag him. Lars also has to be civil (at least not rude) to Cowan because of her.
Bathe Her and Bring Her to Me: David, an employee of Cowan's, makes sure Lars is cleaned up before meeting with Cowan for the forced dinner invitation.
Conspicuous Consumption: Almost to a pun level, at least if someone knows what it is he's consuming. A text from Cowan to Lars simply states "50k" for presumably the usual drop. However much this particular drop consists of ends up being able to fit in one modestly sized cooler.
Consummate Professional: David handled the drop for Cowan's order from The Belt and has managed Lars's shenanigans about as well as can be expected. Despite clearly being agitated by Lars's attempts to weasel out of the forced dinner invitation and annoying comments on the way, David hasn't lashed out or complained.
No Name Given: So far, he hasn't been named in the comic, but he does have an official name given to him in an art stream and tagged on the first page showing him.