Here are the chracter features in the anime/manga series Linebarrels of Iron. Beware of spoilers.
Contributions are most welcome.
The Hero of the story, a bullied 14-year old kid who becomes Linebarrel's Factor.
- Accidental Pervert
- Break the Haughty: And boy, does he get broken. Hard.
- Cannot Spit It Out: His feelings for Emi
- Clueless Chick Magnet: The guy has four beautiful girls all after him... and yet, he only appears to be romantically interested in Emi.
- Declaration of Protection: Towards Emi, mostly. But despite not noticing the other girls' crushes, he's still quite protective towards all of them.
- First Episode Resurrection: In the anime.
- The Hero: Is clearly this among JUDA after his character development with his concern for allies and innocents get the respect of his allies and even Reiji comes to see him as one, particularly when he sets up Kiriyama to fight "a real hero", but saying it's not Reiji himself. His absence during the timeskip marks some dark moments for the cast
- Heroes Prefer Swords: The main weapons of Linebarrel being two Katanas.
- Idiot Hero
- Jerkass: Before Character Development (though with touches of Jerkass Woobie)
- Jumped at the Call: Deconstructed. His behaviour in his first battles caused lots of property damage, as he lashes out towards anyone.
- My God, What Have I Done?
- Ordinary High-School Student: At first anyways.
- Shut Up, Hannibal!: To Kato and, in the anime, to Masaki.
- Unskilled, but Strong: For the most part he just uses Linebarrel's extreme power to win. Although he can hardly be called a poor fighter, compared to Reiji's skillful swordsman ship he basically just wacks people with his swords as hard as he can and can't really use the Executor as anything other than a wide area single shot blast. He pretty much could not beat Reiji straight up, without using modes B and C to overpower him. In the manga he's shown to be a flat out terrible pilot if he can't use Linebarrel. In one fight he needs to use a Jinrai (an Mass produced Arma that can match a Machina in the right hands), and he does more damage to the enemy by jumping out and punching it with his Factor enhanced strength than the Jinrai's weapons.
- He gets better after dealing with Amagatsu as he's shown to be able to use Linebarrel better and access more of its powers.
- This is true of him outside of the suit as while his Factor-enhanced strength is enough against most people, against a truly skilled fighter like Domyouji, his blows are dodged quite easily.
- Unstoppable Rage: In response to Yajima's death. And, towards the end of the anime, in response to Emi's.
- The Mentor: To Miu in the manga. After seeing her in action he soon realizes he has his work cut out for him and his efforts ultimately fail due to vanishing during the timeskip, where things go to hell for her
- What the Hell, Hero?: He receives quite a lot of these, especially at first.
A mysterious girl of about 14, who gives Koichi the power to use Linebarrel. Somehow, she is also one of its Factors.
- Badass Adorable: A sweet girl who cares about her friends & Hayase who also happens to be an even more experienced Factor than the hero, not to mention being the 2nd Factor of Linebarrel.
- Cannot Spit It Out
- Catch-Phrase: "You're the worst!" / "You make me sick!"
- Chainsaw Good: Episode 6, though it's Played for Laughs
- Clingy Jealous Girl: She's just as clingy and jealous as Risako. She just does a (slightly) better job at hiding it.
- Cute Clumsy Girl: In the first few episodes.
- Fish out of Water: "What's a Christmas party?"
- However in the Manga, she's aware of things like that, due to living in this era longer.
- It's All My Fault: Mostly in Episode 15, as she thinks that it's her fault if Juda has been scattered and people are dying to protect her.
- Naked on Arrival: Only in the anime.
- Really 700 Years Old: Around 650+ years old.
- Took A Levelin Badass: Post timeskip she's sporting a shorter haircut, calling herself a "heroine of justice" and piloting Katou's Tsukyomi Arma.
25-year-old Commander of JUDA's Special Task Force and Vardant's Factor.
- The Ace: In the manga, Hayase even stated that Moritsugu is the role model the he want to become.
- Ace Pilot: And how!
- Blood Knight: As a kid he would used to get into fights under the pretext of "being an ally of justice". A recent battle in the manga hints that he still has that tendency.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: His first two fights with Koichi consist of nothing but him beating the crap out of the poor kid. However, he gets on the receiving side of this trope in the anime when Emi gets in Linebarrel's cockpit.
- Dark and Troubled Past: He grew up being raised by his sister and upon finding out he can't feel pain, starts getting into fights, and that eventually ends up getting him in trouble with the law.
- Fake Defector
- Feel No Pain
- Four Eyes, Zero Soul: Because of his past, he has trouble empathizing. In both stories, Kouichi remedies that, though Character Development goes further in the manga.
- Genius Bruiser: He's well educated about things, and quite a mastermind in the manga.
- I Am Not Left-Handed: One of Verdant's eyes appears damaged and when Koichi attempts to attack him from his "blind side", Reiji has the eye heal at that moment.
- Mundane Made Awesome: In the manga, he makes having a bunch of bags along his arms look quite dramatic. Koichi attempts to do the same and fails.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold
- The Stoic
- Stoic Spectacles
- Tall, Dark, and Snarky
An eccentric old man and CEO of the JUDA company, as well as the Factor of Juda in the manga.
- Big Good
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Yes, the perverted guy who likes pranking people is the boss of a world-protecting organization, why do you ask?
- Cool Old Guy
- Defector from Decadence: From the Katou Organization
- Heroic Sacrifice: In the manga, to close the gate to the other world while the Human-Machina were trying to come out of it.
- It Amused Me: The reason for many of his pranks.
- Killed Off for Real: In anime, by Reiji, and in the manga due to a Heroic Sacrifice.
- Really 700 Years Old: Around 70+ years old, old enough to have participated in World War II.
- Sacrificial Lion: Again, in the anime.
Ishigami's 26-year-old secretery.
- Beware the Nice Ones: She's the one who punishes Ishigami for his pranks going too far.
- Gag Boobs: Anime only, but not that flat in the manga.
- Team Mom
A 16-year-old member of the JUDA STF and Factor of Hind-Kind
- Berserk Button: Don't you dare suggest Moritsugu-sempai is a traitor! Or insult Hind-Kind in any way.
- Dude Looks Like a Lady: It doesn't help that he's voiced by women.
- Hero-Worshipper: For Reiji. So of course the poor kid goes in a complete Heroic BSoD when Reiji turns traitor...
- Heroic BSoD: In addition to the above moment he suffers one upon finding out in taking down Apparition, he killed someone. Also doubles as Break the Haughty as before hand, he was bragging about being his machina's killing factor. Eventually recovers from it with some advice.
- Ill Boy: When he was younger. He got better after becoming a Factor.
- Nice Guy
- She's a Man in Japan: A very odd example. In the manga, Yamashita was without a doubt a male. He has a suit design that is masculine, but he still was made fun of for looking like a girl. However in the anime, it's the exact opposite. In the anime adaptation, Yamashita is an androgynous woman that looks like a boy. This change might have been made because Gonzo didn't like the idea of a boy possibly having romantic feelings for a man (In this case, Reiji) when Linebarrels of Iron seem to be pandering at a male crowd.
A 16-year-old girl who is the Factor of Painkiller. In the anime, she is already a member of JUDA, whilst in the manga, she is an idol singer, who decided to join in the middle part of the storyline after Koichi saves her.
- Action Girl: More so in the manga as Painkiller's far more combat able in it.
- Badass Adorable
- Beware the Nice Ones: In the manga, easily shocking those only familiar with her anime rendition.
- Broken Bird: She was already being bullied to the point of committing suicide, but after the timeskip she gets fired from her job as an idol singer because the factors joined with Katou, her fans turn on her, and her wanting to kill them ended up turning Deceive into a humanioid, leading to Izuna's death.
- Canon Immigrant: Originally a character created for the anime, who eventually made it into the original manga, albeit with a completely different story and personality.
- Subverted: She was originally made for the manga, but the anime decided to introduce her much much earlier, using only the bare-bone early manga design notes as a base.
- Decapitation Presentation: In the manga.
- Every Girl Is Cuter with Hair Decs: Her huge pink ribbon.
- Gag Boobs: Anime only, but she's no way lacking in the manga.
- Heroic BSoD: In the anime, after Masaki gives her a nasty "The Reason You Suck" Speech, telling her that she's too weak to be a Factor.
- She fakes one in the manga in her first fight before revealing that this version of Painkiller uses a pair of Attack Drone mechanical beasts.
- She gets a real one every time she is faced with bullies or angry fans; especially after the time skip, which starts a nasty series of events
- Hopeless Suitor: Towards Koichi.
- Interrupted Suicide: In the manga, she was ready to jump off a building, until Koichi saw her and talked her out of it.
- Killed Off for Real: In the manga.
- Nice Girl: At least in the anime.
- Parental Abandonment
- Rescue Romance: About the one thing her anime self and manga self have in common is her falling in love with Koichi after he saved her (though in different ways).
- Senpai Kohai: After Koichi gets into high school, Miu turns out to his senpai. Ironically, some time after they find this out, Miu becomes Painkiller's Factor, and she noted that this time, he's her senpai.
- Start of Darkness: Izuna's death in the manga.
- Yandere: The manga version of her is... different. In fact, she's so fucked up in the head that Painkiller made her its factor believing she was dying. She finally snaps after Kouichi disappears when the Time Skip happens.
The Endou twins
A pair 14-year-old twins who are both Factors for Deceive.
- Brother-Sister Team
- Half-Identical Twins
- Parental Abandonment
- Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl
- Self-Made Orphan
Izuna's loud and energetic older twin sister and a member of JUDA. She controls Deceive's movements. When the Deceive is destroyed, she does the same in Deceive V, a Kiriyama-made Arma mimicking the functionality of the original Machina, with Domyouji taking Izuna's place.
- Accidental Hero: Her surviving the destruction of Deceive in the manga means she is not a Factor.
- Action Girl
- Berserk Button: Do not call her "bobcut".
- Butt-Monkey: Whenever the mood of the show turns comedic, it's often at her expense.
- Cry Cute: Normal Shizuna - a tough, aggressive tomboy who takes crap from no one. Crying Shizuna - a total and complete Woobie.
- Every Girl Is Cuter with Hair Decs: Actually invoked when Koichi gives her his necktie holder as an hairpin. Shizuna's response is... quite spectacular. This also sets her apart from her brother easier.
- Notably, she stops wearing it once she becomes Domyouji's co-pilot in the manga, signifying the end of her Betty and Veronica choice.
- Genki Girl: Aw yeah!
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Beneath all that arrogance and bluster, Shizuna is actually a very warm person.
- Kansai Regional Accent
- My Brother Is Off Limits
- Tsundere: Bonafide Type A
Shizuna's more reserved younger twin brother, also with JUDA. He controls Deceive's Never Crack cables.
- Ax-Crazy: In the anime, when trying to link with Central's Hive Mind.
- Beware the Nice Ones: After all, he's the one who controls the Deceive's Nerve Crack cables...
- Also has a pretty dark side in the manga.
- Dude Looks Like a Lady
- Expository Hairstyle Change: After the timeskip, he gets a haircut that finally sets him aside from his sister. And makes him look similar to how Masaki looks post-timeskip.
- Killed Off for Real
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: Thanks to Deceive's ability he doesn't remember his powers or how his father died.
- Nice Guy
- Teen Genius: He does work with the Juda scientific personnel, after all. Though Rachel still outclasses him...
- With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: He's a Seer but the fact that he can only see bad futures seem to have affect him mentally. Deceive disabled this ability allowing him to live rather normally.
JUDA's 12 year old Chief of Research and Development. She mainly handles the Machina's maintainance.
- A Day in the Limelight: Episode 25 and a few pages in the Manga.
- Adorably Precocious Child
- Canon Immigrant: Subverted, along with Miu. The anime used things much earlier then they showed up in the manga with no real explaination.
- Cry Cute: After Ishigami's death in the anime.
- Genki Girl
- Girlish Pigtails
- Improbable Age
- Insufferable Genius
- Little Miss Snarker
Terror syndicate Katou Organization's mysterious leader. He pilots the Arma Tsukuyomi. Factor of the Shangri-La.
- Affably Evil: Always polite and respectful, even to a bitter enemy.
- Anti-Villain: Type III on the sliding scale.
- Big Bad
- Big Good: After Ishigami's death.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: A villainous example.
- The Chessmaster
- Cool Ship: The Shangri-La is pretty much a huge spaceship.
- Creepy Shadowed Undereyes
- Easily Forgiven: Subverted in the anime, as Koichi does not forgive him for his crimes, but accepts to put his resentment aside and work with him for the greater good. Played straight in the manga, where Koichi does forgive him, and even offers to help him. Admittedly, his goals in the manga are different from the anime.
- HeelFace Turn: In the manga, he decides to try things the way his old friend Ishigami did, and leads the rest of his organization with the members of JUDA.
- Heroic Sacrifice: In the anime.
- Killed Off for Real: Again, in the anime.
- Emi, I Am Your Older Brother: Anime-only. In the manga, he was her father's live-in assistant, though it is mentioned that a young Emi did see him as a brother of sorts (as well as considered part of the family) with the feeling being somewhat mutual.
- Non-Action Guy: Anime mainly, in the manga he's more a Retired Badass
- Red Eyes, Take Warning
- Self-Made Orphan: At Amagatsus' request, no less.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: He wants to save the Earth from the other world's invasion by stirring people's imagination. The means he uses to do that, though, are quite debatable.
Factor of Glein-Neidr, and, by extention, Naked, and Captain of Katou's 1st Squad.
- Authority Equals Asskicking: He's the top ranking captain of the Kato Organization, and also the best pilot.
- Breaking Speech: He becomes fond of these as the ending of the anime comes close. They work on Miu but not on Koichi.
- The Dragon: To Katou in the manga. In the anime, he acts like he is, when in reality, he is this to Central.
- HeelFace Turn:In the manga, with the rest of the Katou Organization.
- Never Got to Say Goodbye: The reason why he's so pissed off with Ishigami in the manga; he literally treated him like his own father, and is justifiably upset when he left them with no explanation immediately after mounting Juda.
- Nice Hat
- Peek-a-Bangs: Justified in the anime. He needs it to hide his cybernetic eye, which would reveal that he's a Machina Human. Not quite explained in the manga.
- Superpower Lottery: The beam spamming heavily armored Glein Nieder is much much better than all the other Machina. Even Linebarrel can't dent it without help. AND it has Naked inside it.
Captain of Katou's 2nd Squad. An old man who appears only the manga. He pilots the custom Arma, Tsuranagi.
17-year-old Factor of Talisman whose story (and indeed, personality itself) depends on the medium. In the anime, he captains Katou's 2nd Squad in place of the manga-exclusive Sanada, who loves inflicting pain on others. In the manga, he is the 72-year old leader of his village (having stopped aging at 17 due his being a Factor), who eventually decides to join JUDA's Special Task Force.
- Adaptational Villainy: In the anime, not only is he with Katou, but also has a sadistic personality, contrasting his Manga self, who joins JUDA and is a more pacifistic sort.
- Martial Pacifist: In the manga. He has a distaste for combat, but if he must fight to protect something, he will do so to fullest of his abilities
- Really 700 Years Old: In the manga.
- The Rival: In the anime, he's sort of one to Miu... or at least, he tends to single her out in battle. Miu doesn't reciprocate the enmity.
- Shock and Awe: His Talisman's main weapon is an electrified lance.
- Sixth Ranger: In the manga.
- Who Wants to Live Forever?: Again, in the manga.
31-year-old captain of Katou's 3rd Squad. He pilots the custom Arma, Kagutsuchi.
- Badass Trenchcoat: The armor on Kagutsuchi sort of resembles this.
- Blank White Eyes: They're actually pretty scary.
- The Comically Serious
- Stuffed in the Fridge: He's killed rather uncerimoniously in order to draw out Sawatari's rage.
- More Dakka: Kagutsuchi's seeming specialty having a mix of firearms
- Villainous Friendship: With Sawatari.
22-year-old captain of Katou's 4th Squad. Pilots the custom Arma, Idaten. Eventually betreays Katou, and becomes the Factor of the Machina, Lostbarrel.
- Badass Normal: Like most members of the Kato Organization.
- Empowered Badass Normal: In the manga, once he gets into Lostbarrel, becoming a factor
- Blood Knight
- Hot-Blooded: Complete with Hot Blooded Sideburns. That is until Dimitri is killed off in the manga, which changes his disposition significantly
- Evil Counterpart: Lostbarrel to Linebarrel. Practically identical, but has one key feature different: unlike Linebarrel, Lostbarrel uses dual laser blades.
- Expository Hairstyle Change: In the manga, he stops spiking his hair up after Demitri's death, ultimately signifying being no longer faithful to Katou
- Karma Houdini
- Pet the Dog: His interactions with Demitri (and Soubi in the anime) bring out his better side.
- Spanner in the Works: Once he gains Lostbarrel, he goes rogue as the rest of Katou Organization merges with Juda. He works with criminal groups, he works with some of the Human-Machina factions, he even helps Kouichi out in a fight or two. He's also the one who puts down Miu when she crosses her Moral Event Horizon.
- The moment he recognizes Katou's new Jinrai pilots as being Demitri's killers could be counted as a minor one as his vengeance disrupts the plan for the battle to some degree.
- Villainous Friendship: With Soubi in the anime, and with Demitri in both continuities.
- Wild Card: In the manga, [[spoiler, after his betrayal of Katou, he goes about working for a number of other groups, but all that is known is that he has Hayase on his list of targets]]
Captain of Katou's 5th Squad who, like Sanada, only appears in the manga. He pilots the custom Arma, Kagaseo.
- HeelFace Turn: With the rest of the Katou Organization.
- Hugmongous Mecha: He pilots a massive arma in Katou's last major battle before the merger. Unfortunately for him, his opponent is Reiji, who disables it rather easily.
32-year-old captain of Katou's 6th Squad. A samurai who needs to no Arma to fight: his body literally is an Arma!
- Anti-Villain: Type IV on the sliding scale.
- Book Dumb: While he's certainly not stupid, and even seems to be well learned, a few scenes in the manga suggest he's barely literate in the Japanese language, though he speaks it just fine. Seeing as he's clearly a western man that's understandable.
- HeelFace Turn: In the anime, motivated by his desire to fight Reiji, and in the manga, when Katou and JUDA joined together.
- Hollywood Cyborg
- Know When To Fold Them: In the manga, upon seeing Reiji rather easily taking down Reznor's massive arma, he gives up without fighting anymore
- Noble Demon
- The Comically Serious: He has quite an reaction to someone drinking his bottle of milk in the manga after Katou and JUDA join forces
- The Rival: Considers himself to be Reiji's.
- Ridiculously Human Robot
- Robosexual: In the anime, he gets a huge crush on Risako.
- Scary Black Man
27-year-old captain of Katou's 7th squad. She pilots the custom Arma, Tsubakihime.
- Badass Normal: Can fight against with the best of the Machina in a technically weaker machine.
- Best Beer Ever
- Boobs of Steel: One of the curvier women in the manga and is quite competent in a number of fields.
- Chainsaw Good: Her Arma, the Tsubaki-Hime, has a couple of arm-mounted buzzsaws.
- Dark Action Girl
- Evil Redhead
- Flash Step: Her arma is able to do this, being the main arma to do so (as it's seen on Machinae like Linebarrel and Naked)
- High-HeelFace Turn.
- Mysterious Woman
- Spanner in the Works: In the manga, she ends up tossing a few small wrenches into Reiji's plans for Kiriyama by sharing files with Hayase, causing Kiriyama to accelerate his timetable when he finds out. This is somewhat offset by the fact doing so put Hayase on the same page as Reiji quickly, enabling them to save the day.
- The Vamp: Just ask Izuna... or in the manga Hayase, causing her to lend assistance in a couple of cases (overlapping with Friendly Enemy)
Psycho captain of Katou's 8th squad. He pilots the custom Arma, Yaoyorozu.
- Berserk Button: Don't make fun of his funny appearence... or, worse yet, say that he lacks imagination.
- Fat Bastard
- For the Evulz: He wants to show the world his capacity for imagination - which translates to blowing up major cities and killing as many people as he can.
- Killed Off for Real: In the manga after being defeated by Emi as Satawari calls him saying that he's stepped out of line by Katou's standards right before Satawari's men finish him off. Becomes real clear once it's revealed that Emi is like a little sister to Katou.
- Mad Bomber
- The Napoleon
- Smug Snake
- The Sociopath: God, yes.
- Villainous Breakdown: In the manga, he gets a pretty huge one when Kouichi presses his Berserk Button. And an even bigger one when Emi defeats him in a Curb-Stomp Battle.
- Villainous Glutton: Even when he's fighting Kouichi.
- Armor-Piercing Slap: Koichi often gets on the receiving end; mainly in the anime.
- Childhood Friend Romance: She has had a crush on Koichi for long time. Koichi cares a lot about her, but not the way she wanted. After the Time Skip, we find out she started going out with their other Childhood Friend, Yajima.
- Clingy Jealous Girl: Anime only; she's more patient in the manga.
- Gag Boobs: Anime only, in the manga while not flat, her chest only gets attention during an argument with Hayase which ends the moment he sees her bra and nosebleeds.
- I Want My Beloved to Be Happy
- Locked Out of the Loop: And rather pissed about it.
- Misery Poker: In the manga, though it's mostly Played for Laughs.
- Plucky Comic Relief: In the manga, her role in the story declines to this.
- Tsundere: She's a Type B in the anime - mostly sweet and nice, but don't make her angry.
Childhood Friend of Koichi and Risako, who's protected the former from bullies since they were kids. His death was a major turning point for Koichi. He eventually comes back to life as the Factor to the Machina Apparition, and eventually joins up with his best friend.
- Adaptational Villainy: In the anime, he initially joins Katou while in the manga he's been with JUDA for a while operating in other areas until his return.
- Back from the Dead: As Apparition's Factor.
- Bully Hunter: He's the one who protected Kouichi from bullies when they were little. Deconstructed in the anime, as he was doing that mostly to look good in Risako's eyes.
- Canon Immigrant: Not him, but rather, his piloting Apparition.
- Childhood Friend Romance: He has a crush on Risako. While it was unrequited in the anime, the two do start dating in the manga after the Time Skip.
- Friendly Sniper
- The Gwen Stacy: A rare male example.
A student at Koichi's school who is good at fighting and loves to flirt with cute girls. After being amazed at Linebarrel, he decides to join Hayase's group of friends (dragging along Furuya, who used to bully Koichi), dubbing them the "Hayase Corps." Eventually pilots a custom Jin-Rai (a production model machine created by Kiriyama Heavy Industries intended to replace Arma, and possibly, JUDA's machina) and joins up the members of JUDA.
- The Ace: He's the best non-Factor pilot in the story, second only to Sawatari. And when Sawatari becomes a Factor...
- Anime Hair
- Badass Biker: Though the bike is borrowed from his dad...
- Badass Normal: Defeated an enhanced Kouichi without breaking a sweat. And proves able to keep up with Machina easily in a Jinrai
- Casanova Wannabe
- Chivalrous Pervert
- Hilariously Abusive Childhood
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold
- Large Ham
- Lonely Together: In the manga, he eventually hooks up with Shizuna, becoming the co-pilot to Deceive V.
- Preacher's Kid: His father is a priest. He lives in a temple, takes good care of Yajima's grave, which is what makes them good friends and knows a ton of mythology and lore.
- Weak, but Skilled: Only in regards to Factors and mecha combat. Compared to most people his age, he's both Strong AND Skilled.
Director of Kiriyama Heavy Industries, who as known Reiji since they were kids. He is the Factor of Pretender.
- The Atoner: In the manga.
- Big Bad Wannabe
- Death by Adaptation
- Expy: Comes off as one of Balzac after his return with his more rugged appearance and atoning tendencies.
- Faux Affably Evil
- HeelFace Turn: In the manga, he ends up joining the heroes after some offscreen character development to make up for all he's done.
- Not So Different: Eiji is childish, arrogant and has a pathological need to be always right: pretty much how Koichi might have turned out had he not realized his mistakes.
- Redemption Equals Death: What his fate would've been in the manga had Koichi not saved him at the last second. It's implied he was intentionally seeking this outcome.
- Friend Turned Evil: For Reiji.
- Smug Snake
Emi's father and Katou's master. The creator of Machina and nanomachines. Was the original Factor for Linebarrel, and created the current Linebarrel and Lostbarrel.
A Humanoid-type Human-Machina with the appearance of a teenage Japanese girl, she starts out fighting the Human-Machina on her own, before joining Juda because of her attraction to Moritsugu. Being a Machina herself, she does not pilot one, but an exo-skeleton called Ravbarrel.
- Artificial Human
- Badass Adorable
- Defector from Decadence: She fights against the Human-Machina for reasons she is not willing to divulge.
- Dude Magnet: Inverted, she seems easily attracted to guys, particularly those doing heroic actions as Furuya (a sort of chubby geek at this point) got some notice from her when he risked his very normal human life to save her from some falling Debris.
- Power Armor: The Ravbarrel is an exo-skeleton.