One of Jak and Keira's twins, Wes is the scholar and mechanic, a racing fan and has some emo tendencies.
- Emo Teen
- Gadgeteer Genius
- Sibling Yin-Yang - With Damas, of course.
- Superpowered Evil Side - He got Jak's dark alter-ego.
- Twin Switch - Done twice.
Out of the twins, Damas is the adventurer and marksman, relatively popular with his peers and is something of a lech.
- Battle Couple - With Ava
- Dead Guy Junior - Named for his paternal grandfather.
- Sibling Yin-Yang - With Wes, of course.
- Superpowered Good Side - He got Jak's light alter-ego.
Daxter and Tess's son, who they named after Jak. He is a lot like his father: quick-witted, brave, and fiercely loyal.
- Battle Couple - With Riona
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass - Just like his father.
- Noodle Incident - What he did in first grade to have his powers sealed away is never elaborated on.
- Power Trio - The id, with Riona and Tancredo.
- Vitriolic Best Buds - With Cayo.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting - He can turn into a human at will.
Torn and Ashelin's daughter. She is a gymnast and martial artist, and was a tomboy in her youth, though she had become more feminine with age.
Pecker and Berri's son. Cayo is almost a carbon-copy of his father: brash and obnoxious, but courageous and loyal.
- Gratuitous Spanish
- Vitriolic Best Buds - With Jak.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting - Of a sort: he often has one of the local Precursors turn him into a human.
Pecker and Berri's daughter. Sorea is smart and is usually soft-spoken, but hurting the innocent will seriously set her off.
- Berserk Button - The aforementioned bullying.
- Gratuitous Spanish
- Interspecies Romance - With Caton; they usually only meet when Sorea is in human form, and have yet to do anything sexual.
- Small Girl, Big Gun - Sorea was once goaded by Damas into trying out the Blaster.
- Token Mini-Moe - Sorea is the youngest of the main group.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting - Same as her brother.
Sig and ex-wife Aaralyn's daughter. Scout is strong-willed, fiercely independent, and strong.
- Action Girl
- Attempted Rape - Jary saves her, though.
- Battle Couple - With Jary.
- Dark-Skinned Blonde
- Morality Chain - For Jary.
- Rescue Romance
- Twofer Token Minority - Scout is black and in a wheelchair.
Jary started out as the school bully, but eventually grew out of it. He had a hard time growing up, but with the help of his friends, he's starting to heal.
- Abusive Grandparents - They blamed him for their daughter's Death by Childbirth, and so were very cold to him as he grew up. They eventually try to reconcile, but it's too little too late.
- Ascended Extra
- Badass Normal
- Battle Couple - With Scout.
- Final First Hug - Jary and his grandmother embrace for the first time after he's bailed out of prison. In the next chapter, he skips town and falls to his supposed death. He never returns to Haven, and we don't even know if he's contacted his grandparents and told them that he's still alive.
- Glorified Sperm Donor - His father might be a subversion, as he wasn't glorified at all.
- Good Girls Avoid Abortion - His mother refused to abort him. It cost her her life.
- Good People Have Good Sex
- HeelFace Turn
- Loser Son of Loser Dad - Part of the reason Jary's grandparents treated him so horribly.
- Love Redeems
- Morality Chain - He really needs Scout.
- No One Could Survive That! / Not Quite Dead - After Jary falls off the Interstate, he is presumed dead. However, he survived the fall and managed to make it the rest of the way to Spargus.
- Mr. Fanservice - His muscular build is almost always mentioned by the author.
- Parental Abandonment - Leading to him being Raised by Grandparents.
- Rescue Romance
- Scars Are Forever
- Second Love - He was Scout's.
- Self-Made Orphan - A tragic, unintentional one: Jary's mother died giving birth to him and he had to kill his own father to protect Scout.
- Spotlight-Stealing Squad - If the number of tropes here is any indication, he's definitely the most developed character.