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"Little Rock Beast" Girl

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Sladder Honeysuckle

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Voiced by: Yoshimasa Hosoya (Japanese); Ricco Fajardo (English)
Head Object designer for the Mass Driver Conglomerate.

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Anti-War Group Member

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A woman encountered in the Kamchatka Peninsula mine following Nutley's betrayal.

  • Big Damn Heroes: Comes to Qwenthur's aid by striking Nutley's powered suit with a pickaxe, allowing the former to escape the latter's grasp.
  • No Name Given
  • Powerful Pick: Uses a pickaxe to save Qwenthur from Nutley.

Kidnapped Girl

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One of the people kidnapped by Blue Bottle's trafficking group.

Kicker (Terrorist)

Nexa

Alaska 49

Texas 28

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Nevada 36

Blue Bottle

  • Artificial Limbs: He's described with a false finger on his right hand.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: He's described with having a scar on his cheek.
  • Human Traffickers
  • I Have Your Daughter: Kidnappers from his group call Frolaytia on her private line, declaring they've kidnapped her daughter. This manages to push every one of Frolaytia's buttons, even though she doesn't have a daughter, and promptly sends her unit to wipe them out.
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  • Large and in Charge
  • Mugging the Monster: A group of kidnappers from his organization call the wrong number while trying to ransom a girl. This not only pisses off Frolaytia but also gives her justification to bring the full might of her military down on them as they were threatening a military officer.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname
  • Would Hurt a Child: Children aren't exempt from his human trafficking.

Acres Kiss-of-Rose(AKA Azathoth)

The former leader of the Capitalist Enterprise intelligence group Outer Gods turned president of Salem Logistics and member of the 7th Core which governs the Enterprise.

  • A Father to His Men: Originally he wanted to make life easier for his fellow spies, but when he became the CEO of Salem Logistics, this redeeming trait was lost.
  • Asshole Victim: He was greedy to the point that he was willing to put innocents to the slaughter, thus his death at the hands of Nyarlathotep, one of his former spies, goes unmourned.
  • Beard of Evil: Was described with a beard, and by the time he appears, every redeeming quality he had was dead as a doornail.
  • Code Name: He was Azathoth when he led the Outer Gods.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: He invaded a peaceful blank area and enacted a scorched earth policy on the defenseless populace while claiming it was to combat terrorism.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: Acre is sealed in a barrel filled with pebbles and an adhesive with his head above the surface. As the adhesive set it expanded, gradually squeezing his body until he died of shock.
  • Evil Is Petty: After the Gigant Hustler ended in an embarrassing defeat for the Capitalist Enterprise, Acres's first thought was to stage a large-scale disaster which would restore his reputation.
  • Humiliation Conga: It starts when one of his objects get destroyed, leading to him to flee to his car in an attempt to kick start a False Flag Operation to try and restore his reputation, only to find a vengeful Nyarlahotep driving the car. He gets knocked out cold by the latter and trapped in a barrel filled with pebbles and an adhesive that expanded until he died of shock.
  • Not My Driver: On the receiving end of it from Nyarlahotep.
  • Oh, Crap!: He has this reaction when his driver reveals himself to be a vengeful Nyarlahotep.
  • Undignified Death: Following the above, slow death, his hair fell out and his face was grossly bloated with the tongue hanging out.
  • Villain with Good Publicity: Acres put in a lot of work to come off as the good guy in his war to capture the Panama Canal.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: He was described with white hair. When he became CEO of Salem Logistics, every redeeming quality he had was lost.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Children died as part of the scorched earth campaign he started.

Nyarlathotep

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A former spy for the Capitalist Enterprise intelligence group Outer Gods.

  • Anti-Villain: Desired revenge on his former boss, Acre, for the murder of his family.
  • Assassin Outclassin': He was ready to die, but the assassin sent to kill him was so pathetic he ended up escaping anyway.
  • Batman Gambit: Nyarlathotep's preferred method of doing business is by indirectly setting up other people to do his dirty work, such as feeding flawed plans for a reactor to a foreign nation's engineers so they'll blow themselves up. The events of the first two chapters of Volume 10 are all part of his plan to lure Acre to a place where he'll be vulnerable.
  • Code Name: And that's all we can call him.
  • Faking the Dead: This is his specialty, he has been "killed" roughly thirty times. He does it again at the end of Volume 10.
  • Famed In-Story: He's a bogeyman to the intelligence community thanks to all the chaos he generated during his career. The Legitimacy Kingdom's own counter-intelligence service exists almost solely in an attempt to clean up the messes he caused.
  • Kangaroo Court: He was found guilty of kidnapping and murder after a thirty second trial, whose documents had all been arranged in advance. The fact that this is the preferable outcome to the situation highlights how crappy the world really is.
  • Magic Plastic Surgery: Averted. After undergoing multiple surgeries during his career, Nyarlathotep's face has an unnatural, rubbery appearance.
  • Not My Driver: subjects Acres to this.
  • The Call Knows Where You Live: He retired from the spy business to raise a family in peace, even going so far as to hypnotize himself to forget his skills. Then his old employer invaded the country and Nyarlathotep's wife and son died in front of him, dragging him back into the war.
  • Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: He was formerly a member of the Capitalist Enterprise intelligence group Outer Gods, a cabal of spies who treated each other like family. As a spy, he has gotten multiple plastic surgeries, and has faked his death numerous times. Once their leader/former friend, Azathoth, retired to become a member of the 7th Cores ruling the Capitalist Corporation, Nyarlathotep decided become a family man residing in the peaceful Soberania District. Nothing can go wrong. Well, that is until his wife and son are killed when Azathoth destroys his town. As a result, Nyarlathotep no longer cared about anything except avenging his family. Starting psychological warfare between various factions in order to start the Gigant Hustler, an event showcasing Objects fighting each other. During the Hustler, Nyarlathotep infiltrated the battlefield and sabotaged the Baby Magnum to lure Azathoth to the event. Once the event is canceled, Nyarlahotep impersonates Azathoth's driver and takes him to the remains of the Soberania District, showing him what he's done to his once great city and family before killing him. Once this was discovered, Nyarlathotep is subjected to a farcical military trial by the Legitimacy Kingdom in order to avert a war that almost started between every faction. He then killed the assassin sent to silence him in his cell and faked his death once again, before departing to elsewhere.

Klondike

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Voiced by: Shinpachi Tsuji (Japanese); Mark Stoddard (English)
A religious pacifist, originally from the Faith Organization.

  • Actual Pacifist: He's said to practice a philosophy that espouses "non-violence, non-compliance, and non-resistance". Though outwardly easygoing, he mildly chides Qwenthur and Havia for not also saving the Elites who piloted the half-dozen Objects they and the Princess have destroyed to this point.
  • Canon Foreigner: He appears in the two-part anime finale, which is an original story rather than being based on the novels like the rest of the series.
  • Interfaith Smoothie: He's dressed similarly to a Buddhist or Jain priest. Mentioned tenets of his faith also resemble Jehovah's Witnesses.
  • Living MacGuffin: For the super-nations, he's too annoying to keep around, but his popularity and staunch non-violence mean simply imprisoning or assassinating him isn't a feasible option either. Which leads to Councilor Flide trying to assassinate him with a Brainwashed and Crazy Princess and Baby Magnum, while Objects from the three other super-nations are also present, in order to start World War Whatever. All to punish Qwenthur and Havia for getting him arrested for his shenanigans in Oceania.
  • Obstructionist Pacifist: Well, he tries. We're informed during his introduction that he leads antiwar protests against the super-nations and has a considerable number of followers worldwide. This leads the super-nations to pass him around like a hot potato to keep any given local following from getting big enough to actually cause them problems (in this case from the Legitimacy Kingdom to the Intelligence Union).
  • Only One Name: And likely his last name given the Theme Naming.

Valhalla Destruction Quartet

The masterminds behind the plot to destroy Valhalla, a city located in the Northern Restricted Zone, during the events of volume 13.note 

  • Evil Is Petty: Many aspects of their plan, such as using the child of anti-war activists to perpetuate war, feel more vicious than necessary. This is only reinforced by their plans to getting revenge at the end leading to a group evil laugh.
  • Failure Gambit: The group ensures that all of their prototype weapons fail due to one problem or another. The supernations use these failures as evidence that Objects cannot be supplanted, which is the main reason they continue to funnel money into the Zone.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: To avoid revealing their connections to one another, the four meet in a distant battlefield country. As such there was no Object with anti-air in the vicinity to stop Mariydi bombing them.
  • Multinational Team: Each member comes from a different faction:
    • Mike Nightcap comes from the Legitimacy Kingdom.
    • Recess Bloodhound comes from the Information Alliance.
    • Hayato Blackrose comes from the Capitalist Enterprise.
    • Uver Derbyfizz comes from the Faith Organization.
  • Only in It for the Money: They personally profit from the continued warfare in the Northern Restricted Zone and carry out their various crimes in volume 13 for the sole purpose of keeping government money flowing.

Cassandra Martini

The deceased mother of Katarina Martini.

  • Missing Mom: Was this to Katarina Martini during the chaos when Objects first appeared. The Martini series was her attempt to recreate Cassandra's unique and brilliant mind.
  • Posthumous Character: Died long before the formation of the Information Aliance.

Hina Liqueurball

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Dora Blue-Hawaii

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  • Kill Me Now, or Forever Stay Your Hand: She taunts Hina with this, pointing out that this is her one chance of revenge but taking it will result in her death to the Capitalist Enterprise.
  • Not So Different: She claims that both she and Hina were betrayed and abandoned by everyone and thus can only rely on themselves.

Grinov Quarterdeck

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  • Arms Dealer: He leads Woodstock, the main enemy of Volume 16, a criminal syndicate that manufactures weapons. Starting with basic guns crafted with the titular woodstocks, they eventually upgrade to unique weapon systems and even tweaks to Objects.
  • Better to Die than Be Killed: He would rather kill himself than be captured and allow Woodstock's operations be compromised. After stabbing himself in the neck fails, he signals the Gangster to fire on his position.
  • Tragic Villain: The founding of Woodstock was motivated by the destruction of a village in eastern Europe with the goal of finding the truth. Despite all of his work to ingratiate himself to the supernations, Grinov was never able to learn what happened.

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