This is a partial character sheet for Kamen Rider 555. Visit here for the main character index. Subjective trope and audience reactions should go on the YMMV page.
Leo/Kamen Rider Psyga/Lion Orphnoch
Portrayed by: Peter Ho (live), Naoki Nagase (suit)
- Blood Knight: Battle is just a "game" for him to win.
- Dragon-in-Chief: To Murakami, considering Murakami is a head in a jar and can't really do much he relies on Leo to be his enforcer.
- Dual Wielding: Psyga uses dual tonfas called the Psyga Tonfa Edge, which are also Laser Blades. He also uses the Flying Attacker's Blaster Rifles, which are the two engines of the Flying Attacker that are converted laser cannons in Blaster Rifle Mode.
- Expy: Leo is basically a much more mature Kitazaki.
- Finishing Move:
- Psyga Slash: Psyga inserts the Mission Memory into his Tonfa Edge and performs an energy-charged slash. The only finisher Psyga actually uses in Paradise Lost.
- Side materials revealed that Psyga has his own versions of the Rider Kick and Rider Punch, named Cobalt Smash and Sky Impact respectively, which use the Flying Attacker to enhance their power.
- Glass Cannon: Psyga's got strength that matches the main Riders and has good combat experience, also mentioning that he has incredible speed from his Flying Attacker. But, simply damaging it will leave him without his flight capabilities, which helped his evasiveness, and leaves him with just his Psyga Phone and Psyga Tonga Edge in his arsenal.
- Handguns: Similar to the main Riders, the Psyga Phone can also switch to a small blaster.
- The Heavy: The one who spearheads the Orphnochs' hunt of the remaining humans.
- Hero Killer: Murdered Kusaka, reducing him to dust.
- Jet Pack: As Kamen Rider Psyga, he wears one called the Flying Attacker to fly around in battle. It also holds his weapons the Psyga Tonfa Edge and Flying Attacker's Blaster Rifles.
- Light Is Not Good: Psyga's suit is in bright colors, but he's far from being anything close to goodness.
- Mook Lieutenant: Leads the Riotroopers in Paradise Lost and acts as Murakami's top enforcer.
- Psycho for Hire: Feels no compassion for the lives of humans and Orphnochs, and works for Smart Brain.
- The Sociopath: Leo shares the same impulses as Kitazaki, but is just better at hiding it from others.
- Sociopathic Soldier: A mix of Type 1 and 2. Leo feels superior to humans, but enjoys fighting and killing other Orphnochs for the sake of it.
- Surprisingly Good English: He speaks it fluently in character (and out, considering Peter Ho is an American).Leo (speaking in English): Good to see you guys! Taking care of all of you... is also part of my job. Henshin! Let the game begin.
Wirepullers of Smart Brain
Portrayed by: Gorō Naya, Seizō Katō and Shōzō Iizuka
Another trio of movie exclusive characters, they are the secret leaders of Smart Brain and The Man Behind the Man to Kyouji Murakami.
- Greater-Scope Villain: The true leaders of Smart Brain, though they let Murakami run most of the day-to-day stuff.
- Hijacked by Ganon: Notably, one of the Wirepullers is voiced by Gorō Naya which is interesting given how it's been stated that every "Great Leader" voiced by Naya is the same character.
- Minor Major Character: Despite being the true leaders of Smart Brain they only get one very short scene in Paradise Lost.
- You Have Failed Me: After Murakami fails to kill Faiz, they have Smart Lady execute him.
Portrayed by: Mirai Shida
Portrayed by: Mokomichi Hayami
- Jerkass: Quite an extremely unpleasant person. He not only acts extremely rude to others, but also shot Mina when she guarded Takumi from him and arrogantly attacked Kiba when the latter asked him to return the Faiz Gear to Takumi.
Portrayed by: Hiroo Ohtaka
- It Only Works Once: True to its name, the Transform One-Shot serum invented by him allows a user to transform with any of the drivers for one session with a couple of doses. While Keitaro doesn't disintegrate from using the Kaixa Driver, the Driver itself disintegrates.