CeciliaA lazy priestess who is revealed to be the Maiden of the Staff and is tasked with stopping the unsealing of the God of Destruction. She wields the divine ragnafact on the side of light. She has the Divine Force of Palfina.
- Beam Spam: Her Limit Break.
- Combat Medic: Cecilia can heal allies as well as lay the smackdown on monsters.
- I Just Want to Be Normal: Part of the reason why she's so reluctant to fulfill her destiny as one of the Pillars.
- Nice Hat: It comes with her job as a cleric.
- Parental Abandonment: Her mother, Therese, was killed by Azul.
- Redheaded Hero: She's a redhead who leads her team to save the day.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Against Azul, for murdering her mother in the past and gloating about it to Cecilia's face. Doesn't quite work out for her in their first encounter, but by the time her party's strong enough to beat him, she's already cooled down, though she hasn't quite forgiven him for it.
- The Slacker: Tends to slack off in her duties, whether it be cleric work, or you know, saving the world, and would rather choose the easiest way out whenever possible. Character Development changes her somewhat and she becomes more motivated to fulfilling her destiny as one of the Pillars during her journey.
RafaelA swordsman who is the brother of Luffina; after Faust kidnaps her, he joins with Cecilia to go after him. He has the Divine Force of Dualis.
- Big Brother Instinct: Though they're twins, he displays this around Luffina and is protective of her as a result.
- Fire-Forged Friends: Though he doesn't let her notice it, Rafael is annoyed at first by Cecilia's laziness, making him wonder how she could be the Maiden of the Staff. Eventually, Cecilia starts taking her mission seriously and earns his respect (and he falls in love with her).
- Interrupted Declaration of Love: In more than one occasion, he tries to confess to Cecilia... only for someone else to interrupt him.
IgnusThe chief of the Drake people, who meets Cecilia's party inside the stomach of a giant worm. He has the Divine Force of Skolg.
LuffinaRafael's twin sister, a young girl with precognitive abilities. She has the Divine Force of Palfina.
A flying, talking creature made by Philia, that accompanies Cecilia and later the group. Older brother of Ulu.
The oldest member of the renowned Schweitzers family, he's a young man who has served faithfully the Empire of Rosenbaum until a change in his emperor's behavior leaves him at odds and he is declared a traitor. He decides to work for Argent as a mercenary in order to find the true cause. He inherits the force of Argent, the Pillar of Crimson Lotus and becomes one of the Three Divine Pillars.
- Badass Longcoat: Dons a white long coat as part of his uniform.
- Blow You Away: His Gust Thrust uses wind to attack the enemy.
- Childhood Friends: With Axel, Bahn, and Irene, who call him Leon for short.
- The Chosen One: The one who wields Krauvando is considered a great hero to the Elves.
- Cool Sword: Holy Blade Krauvando.
- Heroes Prefer Swords: Levant's Ragnafact is the Holy Blade Krauvando.
- I Owe You My Life: The reason he's originally hesitant to deal with Faust.
- Make an Example of Them: Axel has him arrested, stripped of his rank, and plans to execute him at a later date as an example of what happens when you go against him, classifying it as treason.
- Scarf Of Ass Kicking: A blue one.
- Spotting the Thread: He notes that if agents of Argent were responsible for the assassination of Natulle, they could have easily have killed Axel. This leads to him trying to get the full story and then deciding against Axel's current path.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Levant's very afraid of heights, which becomes the running gag in the series. It even hinders him in combat on the floating city.
Irene von Rosenbaum
First princess of Rosenbaum, though unable to inherit the throne due to her last name not being that of the Faulken. She inherited the Force of Verse of the Healing Light and wields the Divine Sabre Shinecrail.
- Because You Were Nice to Me: A large part of why she was so fond of her brother, Bahn, and Leon was because they never held her birth against her.
- Heroic Bastard: Irene is a female example as the former emperor's illegitimate daughter.
- High Class Gloves: Irene wears white gloves with both her fancy dresses. The pair in her adventuring outfit also have blue edging.
- Noblewoman's Laugh: Lets one out at times, like when she level ups.
- Pimped-Out Dress: She wears a very fancy dress in court, and even her battle dress is fancy.
- Pretty Princess Powerhouse: She's royal, but not delicate.
- Rebellious Princess: The moment her brother sends Levant to be executed and dismisses her, she goes straight to the enemy and arranges a prison break for him, literally rebelling against him.
- Regal Ringlets: Her hairstyle is this, in court or in battle.
- Royal Blood: Her name isn't that of the ruling family, but her blood is that of the kingdom.
- Royal Rapier: Irene's Ragnafact, Shincrail, is in the form of a rapier which can turn into a Whip Sword on its Force Burst.
- Showgirl Skirt: Irene's adventuring outfit has a long skirt over her frilly mini skirt. So she wears a fancy dress that allows Kicking Ass in All Her Finery.
A warrior of the Lygar Race and captain of Argent, he and Irene break Levant out of prison. He inherited the Force of Grepes the Red-Bearded and wields the Divine Claw Runeslave.
- An Axe to Grind: He can use the Ragnafact, Devasti.
- Beast Man: He's a member of the Lygar race.
- The Big Guy: The tallest and strongest in terms of physical strength.
- Boisterous Bruiser: Hits hard and he's loud.
- Doomed Hometown: His home and family were destroyed by Faust's Phantasma Alpha.
- Nerves of Steel: As he puts it, Lygers have no sense of dread or fear.
- Never Learned to Read: He never learned to read the Human language. However, he's fluent in Lygerscript, which happens to be close to the ancient language script and makes him essential in the Sealed Library.
- Wolverine Claws: The Divine Claw, Runeslave.
An elf who meets with Levant and later joins him after vouching . She's the younger sister of Natulle. She inherited the force of Ellge the Loving and wields the Divine Bow Luftshetelune.
- Doomed Hometown: Her home in the Spirit Forest was burned down by Axel.
- Guys Smash, Girls Shoot: Of the other members of Levant's group, she is the only one whose Divine Weapon is a bow.
- Older Than They Look: She's 18, despite her young looks.
- Sacred Bow and Arrows: The Divine Bow Luftshetelune.
- The Quiet One: She doesn't speak often.
- Token Mini-Moe: Of Levant's party.
A flying, talking creature made by Philia, that accompanies Irene and later the group.
Goddess of Creation Norvia
The Master of the Vessel that presides over Creation and Destruction, the mother of all life.
- Big-Bad Ensemble: With Delgaia, Faust, and Azul/Galiza.
- God Is Evil: Hinted to be this in the Neutral ending.
- Herald: She is the one who tells Levant and Cecilia that the time of destruction is nearing, telling them to put a stop to the cycle of the eternal Vessel. She also guides the rest of the Hexyz in finding their Ragnafacts.
- Light Is Not Good: Has Blonde hair and wears a white dress, but is as bad as Delgaia.
The God of Destruction Delgaia
The God of Destruction, whose war against the Divinities resulted in the destruction of Berge and the journey towards the Hour of Judgment.
- Big-Bad Ensemble: With Norvia, Caust, and Azul/Galiza.
- Satanic Archetype: To contrast with Norvia.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: He's currently sealed away.
The God of Genesis Norgaia
- Final Boss: In the routes for Cecilia's and Levant's Destruction endings.
- Literal Split Personality: Norgaia was the first existence on Berge, before it split itself into Norvia and Delgaia.
- Portmanteau: Its name is one of Norvia and Delgaia.
- Two Beings, One Body: Resulting from the merging of Norvia and Delgaia.
- Walking Spoiler
Emperor of Rosenbaum, he once sought to bring an end to the constant generations of war between the different factions in their realm. But the sudden assassination of his wife leads to him stirring up even more conflict in an attempt to conquer all the lands. He inherits the force of Brave of the Spear and becomes one of the Three Divine Pillars.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: Why he suddenly changed his stance from peace to war and serves as an antagonist. He's brainwashed by his mask to work towards Destruction.
- Bifurcated Weapon: Axel's spear can be split into two short swords.
- Big Bad: Leads Rosenbaum in a campaign to conquer the world, and is the main enemy of the heroes until it turns out he is Brainwashed and Crazy.
- Childhood Friends: With Levant, Irene and Bahn.
- Crusading Widower: After the death of Natulle.
- Disc-One Final Boss: He is actually a pawn of Faust.
- Hopeless Boss Fight: Cecilia's party never stands a chance against him whenever they encounter him. Ever.
- The Idealist: Wanted to bring an end to the wars with the other races, to the extent of arranging a marriage with an Elf named Natulle.
- Love Makes You Evil/Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: Losing his wife makes him decide to wage war and eradicate the rest of the Halbs for harboring the ones responsible. The truth is a little more complicated.
- With Us or Against Us: Takes this stand when he decides to conquer the realm. Anyone who goes against him is imprisoned or killed.
An elf who was the fiancee to Axel, meant to bring peace between their races. Her assassination renews the conflict between the different factions. She is then revived as Velvet until her brainwashing is broken.
- Back from the Dead: She's revived and turned evil by Faust until they break the brainwashing.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: She's actually Velvet, brainwashed by Faust.
- Posthumous Character: Assasinated in the backstory, but brought back to life by Faust.
- Yamato Nadeshiko: She's pretty much the ideal wife, nice and kind and soft spoken.
A member of the Cerulean Knights who was Childhood Friends with Levant. He was a commoner who was elevated to nobility upon being knighted, but remained loyal to Axel. He becomes the leader of the Cerulean Knights after Levant is ousted, taking his position.
- BFS: Uses a sword that's as tall as he is. It's actually the Divine Weapon Dark Revalens.
- My Country, Right or Wrong: As he puts it, his oath to serve Rosenbaum and Axel are his reason for everything. If he's told to fight, he will.
- Ragsto Royalty: Being promoted to a Cerulean Knight raised him from commoner to nobility.
- Red Baron: The Storm Wolf.
- Weapon of X-Slaying: His weapon has attacks specifically designed to do more damage to specific categories of enemies.
Faust Schnizer/Force Necrious
The leader of all Force Scholars in Rosenbaum, a position rivaled only by the leader of the Cerulean Knights, and a doctor. He has been looking after Levant after his accident as a child.
- Arch-Enemy: To Griek, as it was his Robot Soldier who killed his family. And Rafael, for kidnapping his sister.
- The Arch Mage: Known as the best Force Scholar in Rosenbaum.
- Big Bad: He pretty much orchestrates everything to move the world along the path of destruction.
- Big-Bad Ensemble: With Azul/Galiza, Norvia, and Delgaia.
- Final Boss: In the routes for the Neutral ending, after merging with the Holy Vessel to become Force Necrious.
- Necromancer: He has the ability to raise people back from the dead. He has done this to Natulle, Bahn, and Levant.
- Red Baron: The Cerulean Force Scholar.
- Straw Nihilist: His goal is to return all life to a single Force, existing in everlasting peace as a single entity. He is willing to commit the most atrocious things to achieve this goal.
- Obviously Evil: He pretty much looks the part, but Irene and Levant note that all Force Scholars are a little odd and they owe him for saving the Levant's life when he was young, so it could be excused as them passing his behavior off.
A Drake brought in to replace Levant in the Cerulean Knights. Has a deep hatred towards Ignus, who he tries to overthrow as the leader of their people.
- Murder Is the Best Solution: His train of thought when it comes to about everything.
A strange woman who appears to challenge Levant after destroying the monolith in the Spirit Forest and later joins the Cerulean Knights as a commander, she is another Hexyz who inherited the Force of Corneo the Steel Blade and wields the Divine Scythe Montklein. She's actually Natulle, revived from the dead and brainwashed.
- An Ice Person: Her skills mostly draw from ice attacks.
- Hopeless Boss Fight: The first time she attacks Levant. The only reason he walks away is because he still has a use so she can't kill him without permission.
- Sinister Scythe: Montklein.
- Stripperific: Velvet's outfit is basically panties and some strips for a top held together by wide threading.
A witch responsible for Ulu and Ralu's creation, she seems to reside in the Chamber of Guidance. She acts as a guide to the Hexyz.
- Cleavage Window: Her outfit leaves very little to the imagination.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Her thought process is enough to leave everyone out of the loop.
- Hot Witch: With a very buxom appearance.
- They Call Me Mister Tibbs: She insists that she be called "The lovely and cute girl, Philia".
A mysterious child related to Philia, he was responsible for the war between the God of Destruction and the Divinities that resulted in the destruction of Berge. He has his own plans concerning the Hour of Judgment.
- Big-Bad Ensemble: With Faust, Norvia, and Delgaia.
- Greater-Scope Villain: Azul is behind every bad thing that happened throughout the game, and even before.
- Two Beings, One Body: Shares his body with Galiza, an entity from the void inside the Holy Vessel.
- Unrequited Love: Towards Philia.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: The Neutral ending implies his goal is to end the never-ending cycle of creation and destruction perpetuated by Norvia and Delgaia.
- You Killed My Father: He murdered Cecilia's mother.
A mysterious entity that formed a contract with Azul, allowing both to return to Berge after their exile.
- Big-Bad Ensemble: With Faust, Norvia, and Delgaia.
- Final Boss: In the routes for Cecilia's and Levant's Creation endings.
- Greater-Scope Villain: Helped Azul to escape from exile, and both have been working together ever since.
- Small Role, Big Impact: Only appears near the end of the game, yet not only has been involved with every villainous action, but also becomes the Final Boss in the Creation endings routes after forcefully merging with Norvia.
- Two Beings, One Body: Shares Azul's body and even identifies itself as his other self. In the routes for the Creation endings, Galiza and Azul forcefully merge with Delgaia and Norvia, while still retaining their consciousness.