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An everyday human dropped into the setting of the story, where his biology makes him a superbeing. He doesn’t seem to talk much, and very little is known of his life before Gwain's kingdom.

  • Author Avatar: Geo is used as such in the creator's other works. He even shares half of the creator's username: GeoExe.
  • Black Bead Eyes: They are his most distinguishing feature among Teorans; they're a strictly human trait in this universe.
  • Butt-Monkey: He takes a lot of Amusing Injuries...
    • Iron Butt Monkey: Like a slab of rock falling right on his head in the pilot episode, which only stuns him as a spiderweb of cracks spreads up through it. Justified in that ordinary people from Earth are Made of Iron in Gwain's kingdom.
  • Chick Magnet: Ami, Deva, Twain, and even Marlow have all expressed some sort of interest in him, though he never explicitly reciprocates their feelings.
  • Cool Mask: A black, angular mechanical visor, complete with a vaguely defined heads-up display!
  • Cool Sword: The EXE Blade. What exactly it does is unclear, but it can slice a heavily armored robot clean in two.
  • Establishing Character Moment: Geo's entrance into Teora highlights his ridiculous endurance and his horrible luck. After falling from the sky, he tumbles down several mountains before getting entangled in vines, whereupon a startled Ami screams in his face.
  • Guys Smash, Girls Shoot: Geo does the smashing, Ami does the shooting.
    • Downplayed in episode 6: since receiving an upgrade for his EXE Blade, he can shoot if he wants to. He still relies on his melee skills 90% of the time.
  • Heroic Mime: He only speaks through gestures, facial expressions, and grunts.
  • Magically Inept Fighter: Has no magic, being human, and instead has to rely on being stronger, faster, and way, way tougher than anything else he fights.
  • Martial Pacifist: He's quite capable in combat and is willing to attack monsters and robots, but against other people, he's far more hesitant to defend himself. Until episode 5, the most he ever does to other people is throw dodgeballs at them.
  • Mystical White Hair: He received this upon entering Teora, though Geo himself is not even close to being a mystic of any kind.
  • Nonstandard Character Design: Geo's eyes are simple dots, ones that contrast with his hair color. His distinct eyes are a plot point: they're the most immediate sign that he's a human, and to blend into Teoran society, he generally keeps them concealed under his visor.
  • Normal Fish in a Tiny Pond: The source of his powerset. For whatever reason, humans are super-powerful in the world he was pulled into.
  • Summon Everyman Hero: He's just a normal guy, if not very talkative. Then he gets pulled off to a fantasy world with physics that makes him more powerful than most of the world's inhabitants.
  • Super Speed: The fact he makes Sonic the Hedgehog sound-effects whenever he gets running should tell you everything you need to know.
  • Super Strength
  • Super Toughness: His defining ability: he can take incredible amounts of punishment. This is shown best in the "battle" against the Water Elemental king — Geo Wins by Doing Absolutely Nothing as the Water Elemental King couldn't even do a damn thing to him and tired himself out.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: Deconstructed. Again, he's only superpowered relative to everyone else because he's human. In confrontations with characters with actual training like Gwain or higher-tech equipment like Luna, his lack of skill bites him hard.
  • Wins by Doing Absolutely Nothing: In Episode 6, Geo defeats King Kaditopez through effortless attrition. While Kaditopez whales on Geo with everything he has, Geo simply stands still — unaffected, even — until the King has exhausted his aggression. Bemused and more than a little tired, Kaditopez concedes defeat and allows Geo to take whatever he wants. It turns out Geo just wanted a book on the water element, not the King's treasure hoard.


The princess of Gwain's kingdom, though she doesn’t seem to have much in common with her mother. She wears a cat-ear headband (rabbit-ear in one flashback) that both sustains her from a fatal illness and transforms into a magical bow. Her magic specialty is the Element of Love.

  • Blithe Spirit: Geo only encounters her because she decided to leave the castle and go exploring unattended. She also practically squees over being permitted to leave.
  • Cast from Hit Points: In Episode 8, she demonstrates an ability to repel the ghost monster's People Puppets ability, deliver a stacking stun effect through punches, and perform Celeste-tier acrobatics, all while a meter resembling a health bar or Mana Meter slowly depletes. Whether it's cast from magical reserves or her own life (or both,) she's clearly very physically exhausted by the end of it.
  • Combat Medic: She is a good shot with her headband bow, whose arrows can inflict status effects on enemies and heal or revive allies.
  • Death Glare: She gives one to Gwain in Episode 2; for that, the queen reluctantly spares Geo's life.
    • She also gives several to the ghost monster in Episode 8 once she gets serious.
  • Expressive Ears: Her headband's ears seem to function as a mood ring.
  • Guys Smash, Girls Shoot: Geo does the smashing, Ami does the shooting.
  • Happily Adopted: On twitter, it was revealed that Gwain adopted Ami but she doesn't seem too bothered by it.
  • Heroic Mime: In a similar manner as Geo. Her only "voice" being Princess Peach sound clips.
    • She actually has a new voice actor in episode 8, no longer using Peach soundclips but she still doesn't say much regardless.
  • Handicapped Badass: She has a condition that causes her life energy to quickly deteriorate, so she almost always wears a headband to sustain her health. That same headband has some enormous utility, chiefly transforming into a bow that she uses exceptionally well.
  • Immune to Mind Control: Thanks to being a healer, she's immune to Savien's Hypnotic Eyes ability.
  • Life Drain: She uses this on Geo to win an arm-wrestle in which she would otherwise be hopelessly outmatched.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Ay-mee? Am-ee? Ah-mee?
  • No-Sell: As a healer, she's immune to condition spells. This includes Savien's Hypnotic Eyes.
  • Omniglot: She's proficient in many languages, at least in writing. Among them are Aurebesh and Dovahzul.
  • Rebellious Princess: It's implied through their conversations that she doesn't have the best relationship with her mother. As such, she often sneaks out of the castle into the wild and remains defiant against Gwain's bigotry towards Geo.
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie


One of Ami's friends and cousin to Deva, he's your classic anime pervert and usually serves as the comic relief for the group. His magic specialty is the Element of Fire.

  • Book Dumb: He barely applies himself in school and his magic skill is pretty flimsy, but in a few instances, he's demonstrated better emotional intelligence than his cousin.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: (see also The Peeping Tom)
  • Butt-Monkey: He gets a lot of crap from people, to put it lightly. It's not as bad as Geo's luck, however, since Agni doesn't involve himself in combat nearly as often.
  • Farts on Fire: Implied to be an attack he improvised. While powerful, it drains too much magic to use consistently.
  • Mr. Vice Guy: Very lustful, but otherwise a pretty nice guy.
  • Playing with Fire: In contrast to Deva's ice powers; he never stays in a fight long enough to use them.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Him being red and Deva and Geo both being blue respectively.

Agni's cousin. A hot-headed water/ice magic user who has an unsubtle crush on Geo. She's pretty quick to take action in combat and to stick up for her friends. Her magic specialty is the Element of Ice.

The class president of Gwain University and one of the most popular students. She initially suspects Geo of not being a Teoran. She's right, of course, but for the wrong reasons. Her magic specialty is the Element of Leaf.
  • Class Representative: As mentioned above, she's the class president of Gwain University. She also tries pushing her friends to do their schoolwork in hopes that they improve. Her seniority compared to the other main characters certainly helps her position.
  • Kick Chick: Marlow is quite fond of using wind-boosted kicks.
  • Blow You Away: Her leaf magic seems to encompass wind-based abilities as well. However, they are not quite as explicit as most examples; she mostly uses them to increase her speed and agility.
  • The Mentor: Ostensibly for Geo, starting with episode 4. It's just an excuse for Gwain to not have to deal with him, though Marlow takes it seriously regardless.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: The moment Gwain prepares to execute Geo by magical beam once his (supposed) secret is revealed, Marlow immediately regrets her actions. She promptly intercepts the shot and pleads with the queen to spare the boy.
  • Nice Girl: Despite the rocky start, Marlow establishes herself as a thoughtful friend. Even before her friendship with the group, she nearly sacrificed herself to keep Geo alive.
  • Inspector Javert: During episode 4, where she doggedly pursues and pressures Geo into revealing his secret.
  • Super Mode: Achieves this in episode 7.

A friend of Ami's. A shy and reserved girl who has yet to discover her magic powers. Her family makes bread. Her magic specialty is the Element of Earth.

  • Let's Get Dangerous!: Despite her self-consciousness about her element, when she gets a chance to use it, she's a surprisingly good fighter.
  • Nice Girl: Kind, if a bit timid.
  • Nice Hat: One vaguely shaped like a loaf of bread.
  • Non-Elemental: A trait that contributes to her lackluster popularity at Gwain University, according to Agni in episode 5. However, as episode 7 proudly showcases, she does have an element - Earth - she's just incredibly self-conscious about it.
  • Precision F-Strike: When Gwain initially refuses to allow Ami to go to Electra's party.
    "Why the hell not?!"
  • Shrinking Violet

One of the students at Gwain University who is quite the charmer. Has Hypnotic Eyes.

  • Bag of Holding: His pointed hat acts like this, allowing him to store weapons and other stuff inside.
  • Hypnotic Eyes: This is his power, which allows him to mind-control those who look at his eyes when he activates it. He uses this to grab a free drink from a girl and make her act like a chicken. However, it fails on Ami, who, being a healer, is immune to condition spells.
    • One notable spell is "Automatic Breathing Deactivate," which is exactly what it sounds like: it disables a target's lungs' autonomy, forcing the person to breathe manually. In battle, this is translated into the confusion status.
  • Manipulative Bastard: He manipulated Geo into fetching an elemental scroll so that Geo would be busy while Savien goes out with Ami. His power of Hypnotic Eyes even fits this motive. At the end of the episode, however, he learns that The Power of Love/The Power of Friendship is far stronger than manipulation magic.
  • Nice Hat: Wears a nice pointed hat. It's revealed that it acts as his Bag of Holding that allows him to store weapons and stuff inside.
  • Sniper Rifle: His ranged weapon of choice is this.



The apparent Big Bad of Gwain Saga. A dark-haired scientist and owner of Moon Tech, supplier of everything electronic in Gwain's kingdom. With her seemingly endless selection of machines, Luna enjoys visiting pain upon Geo and his friends.

  • Awesomeness by Analysis: Her main goal for the first few episodes is to study Geo very extensively, almost to the point of obsession. Aside from constant surveillance, it's shown in The Stinger of episode 2 that the robots she employs can gather information on Geo's fighting ability. Combined with her sparing him each time she gets the upper hand, she is getting exactly what she wants each time they encounter each other. Her curiosity leads her to discover Geo's humanity, something she reveals in episode 6.
  • Affably Evil: She's fairly polite and playful in a warped way. After a while, she starts getting flirty with Geo.
  • Not So Above It All: After her first encounter with Geo, where she was fairly serious, Luna grew very cheeky during her exploits:
    • In episode 3, she interrupts an impromptu dodgeball game while still disguised as a math teacher. Then she offers to "play ball" with the kids before unleashing a squadron of spherical robots onto the field.
    • Episode 4 shows that Luna spies on the kids in her free time. When Deva mentions the lack of evil robot attacks, a brief cut shows Luna lampshading to the viewers how she doesn’t have to be a constant threat. Then, when an evil robot does attack later, she flashes a mischievous Aside Glance during another cutaway.
  • Leitmotif: "X, the Legend"
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: When she pretends to be Geo and company's math teacher in Episode 3. The only changes are a school uniform and the fact she tied some of her hair back.
  • Sigil Spam: Her logo is a cutesy drawing of a girl's head wearing a bow. It's used in some way on nearly every piece of technology Luna has created.
  • Sinister Surveillance: She constantly spies on Geo and company, whether or not she intends to antagonize them. She's rather casual about it, at that.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Downplayed, but her undignified exit in Episode 6 wounded her pride by Episode 7. She starts openly insulting others and is even visibly offended when Marlow mentions wrecking her car.
  • Wrench Wench: Nearly every piece of technology seen was made by her. Robots, vehicles, bodysuits, computers...


Other Characters

The titular queen of Gwain Saga. Extremely powerful and distrusting of humans, though for her daughter's sake, she has assigned Geo as Ami's bodyguard. However, should anything go wrong, Gwain would just kill him outright. A stern, stoic, but well-meaning woman, though she can be downright nasty towards Geo. Her magic specialty is the Element of Light.

  • Authority Equals Asskicking
  • Fantastic Racism: Hates humans and liberally mistreats Geo. It’s implied something happened in the past to garner her extreme distrust. The only reason she leaves Geo alive is that her daughter likes him so much.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: While not necessarily rude, Gwain isn't terribly personable towards anybody, not even her own daughter. Even so, she still cares for Ami and the kingdom regardless.
  • Light 'em Up: Her style of magic involves golden yellow hard-light projections.
    • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Her favorite magical attack appears to be pinning a target (re: Geo) through the chest and against a surface with a ray of piercing light.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Easily one of the toughest, fastest, and strongest Teorans. Alarmingly, she's attained such strong battling prowess without using technology to assist her, unlike Luna.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Despite her bigotry against humans, she understands that her feelings against Geo do not take priority over what other people, like Ami and Marlow, want for him. Also, she is at least willing to give Geo helpful advice, even after she decides to cease training him herself. When Geo is briefly incapacitated during his fight with the Elite Captain in episode 5, he remembers Gwain reminding him to seek out Ami if he's seriously hurt.

     The Delivery Guy 

A person with purple hair who appears to be the one and only postal worker in the kingdom. Has no current name or identification.

  • Me's a Crowd: Why he's the only postal worker; his magic power seems to be splitting himself into multiple people and recombining at will.


A mysterious woman who provides Geo with the EXE Blade and his visor. She was also shown briefly in the intro of episode 1, where she was imprisoned for a time.


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