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Character sheets for various characters in NEEDLESS here. Potential spoilers ahead, you have been warned.

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    Adam Blade 
Voiced by: Takehito Koyasu (Japanese), Andrew Love (English)
The only successful result of an experiment by the Japanese government and the 666 Committee to create a clone of "The Second." Spends his time hiding out in a church, wearing the jacket of a priest even though he has no knowledge of the bible, the priesthood, or anything outside of fighting really. His only weakness is his admitted love of little girls. Adam Blade has the Zero Fragment, which gives him the ability to memorize any power he is hit with and then use it on his own.
  • Anti-Hero: He's pretty much universally recognized as the strongest Needless and the one who will bring humanity to salvation, but he abuses his powers and the perks they give him for all they're worth and is generally a brutish asshole.
  • And This Is for...: Did this to Setsuna; he gave her a series of strikes for his closer friends, grouped everyone together for another round, and then lightly tapped her on the arm for Cruz.
  • Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence: He does this like Saten and Arclight, which leads to open the gate to where the Angels are.
  • Ax-Crazy: Oh god yes. He'd easily be the villain too based on his fights.
  • Badass Longcoat: Which is slightly battered.
  • Badass Preacher: Though it's hard to say he's a preacher.
  • Bishōnen: Was definitely this when he was younger. Nowadays he tends to look much more brutal, though he still occasionally shows signs of it when his sunglasses are off.
  • Cannibalism Superpower: Devours the invading angel and awakens into a God.
  • Characterization Marches On: He acts much more subdued and calm with a bit of a temper in the first episode. From the second episode onwards, he gets gradually more unpleasant, openly perverted, and acting just as inane as the rest of the heroes. He shows bits of his initial traits briefly during the Seto/Solva flashback, but this vanishes when it's back in the present.
  • Cool Shades: Lost them for a while after Arclight blew everything up, but regained them by the Eve's Story arc.
  • Crystal Dragon Jesus: He's supposed to be a Messianic Archetype, but he's more of an anti-anti antichrist
  • Fusion Dance: With Eve in the final chapter, complete with Gender Bender.
  • Gender Bender: With Eve, resulting in a female version of Adam with Eve's body figure
  • Heroic Comedic Sociopath: Has very little empathy for others and is incredibly violent and self centered, though he tends to clean up his act quite a bit when the situation gets more serious.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: Eve comes up to only about half of his torso.
  • If It's You, It's Okay: Though briefly catatonic, he decides Cruz dressed as a girl is cute enough to unreservedly lust after. That said, he'd prefer Cruz to be female, and takes the first opportunity to act on it.
  • Jerkass: Exclusively refers to his allies as minions, sexually harasses the female ones and treats the male ones like garbage.
    • Hidden Heart of Gold: That said, he does show rarely that care deeply for Eve as well as his comrades to an extent.
  • Mega Manning: His Needless Ability allows him to copy the abilities of other Needless after observing them once. While he perfectly replicates them, certain abilities, like Eve's shapeshifting, are too taxing on his body for him to pull off as effectively as the original user.
  • Mr. Fanservice: He's good looking and has a ridiculously chiseled physique, which he shows off in glorious detail in the first opening sequence.
  • Non-P.O.V. Protagonist: Indisputably the main character of the series, though the story is told from Cruz's perspective. As a result, we almost never get to hear his thoughts or learn the reasoning behind his actions and he overall remains a pretty big enigma.
  • Nun Too Holy: He dresses as a priest but isn't one. Why Cruz calls him "Father" still is beyond anyone.
  • Out-of-Character Moment: For the entirety of his adventures with Seto when they first met Solva, while retaining his usual lolicon flaw, Blade acts much more level-headed, supportive and calm. This stands out to his usual Hot-Blooded, completely selfless and often deranged behavior most of the time.
  • Physical God: Awakens to his godly power after devouring a angel in chapter 112.
  • Power Perversion Potential: The first use he makes of his Godly power? Why turn Cruz into a girl! Then after that, resurrect Solva and Seto... NAKED! In the last chapter, he seemingly make his dream that women would wear only socks into a reality as well.
  • Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: Manly Man to Cruz's Sensitive Guy.
  • Tsundere: Towards Eve, Cruz, and his other allies to a lesser extent.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: Implied to be Saten and Cruz's fault for making him a pervert, but he was already getting to be the Blade we know in the Eve's Story Arc.

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    Eve Nueschwanstein/Karin 
Voiced by: Eri Kitamura (Japanese), Brittney Karbowski (English)
Adam Blade's only real friend in this world and terrible with remembering anyone else's name. Eve has the "Doppelganger" ability, which allows her to morph her body into any shape or form. She can heal herself and others from most damage and impersonate other people, but this power is offset by a constant need for calories to balance the drain this power puts on her body.

In reality, she is the younger sister of Gido's assitant Kasumi. She was made part of the Eva Project in order to ensure her survival as she would have died by the Age of ten if she didn't. After a accident that would slowly kill Kasumi, her sister gave half of her brain to her while Blade gave a part of his to her later.


  • Action Girl: One of the biggest ones in the series.
  • Badass in Distress: Got this on her three times; once in the past when she melted and became just a brain, another time during the Simeon Arc (which actually caused the heroes to go there in the first place), and one more when she began to melt again and had to get Eden's Seed injected into her.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her base outfit exposes her skin.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: When she was suffering from Black Attraction.
  • Deuteragonist: The most important character in the series after Blade.
  • The Ditz: She's horrible with names, falls for obvious traps and can't keep up with exposition at all.
  • Fusion Dance: With Adam in the final chapter
  • Gainaxing: Happens a lot, especially in the episodes where the animation takes a massive leap in quality.
  • Healing Factor: Thanks to Doppelganger, she can heal anyone. This skill is handy, as she's the only medic on the team.
  • Losing Your Head: Got her head ripped off by Gido.
  • Morality Pet: Pretty much the only person Blade cares about besides himself. Whenever her life is in danger, Blade is at his most heroic.
  • Ms. Fanservice: She always wears nothing, but a very revealing midriff exposing attire, shows off her legs and is often the victim of losing her clothes to expose to cause her figure to even more more revealing than it's already is.
  • Panty Shot: Suffers this a lot less than the Pretty Girl Squad, but she has her moments.
  • This Is a Drill: Main weapon.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Only with enough calories, though.

    Cruz Schild 
Voiced by: Aya Endo (Japanese), Luci Christian (English)
The only survivor of the short lived Resistance movement in the Black Spot, Cruz is a normal person who lacks any Needless ability. So he makes up for it by talking to and analyzing other Needless. His ability as a Needless allows to repel any attack with his hand and is named Shield of Aegis.
  • Accidental Misnaming: My name is not Yamada, it's Cruz!
  • Action Survivor: He's good at thinking on his feet and staying alive. Chapter 100 reveals he had a Fragment that allowed him to escape danger.
  • Adorably Precocious Child: He acts as the sensible, mature voice of reason to the insanity of his childish and insane colleagues. Justified as being in the Black Spot forced him to mature much more quickly.
  • Attractive Bent-Gender: Just about every member of the cast is attracted to Cruz when he is Dragged into Drag and the whole cast wants for Cruz to stay a girl after he undergoes a Gender Bender.
  • Awesomeness by Analysis: His innate talent is figuring out the enemies' weaknesses through observation and delivering that information to his colleagues. Something he and his sister share.
  • The Chew Toy: He seems to get the worst luck imaginable. He's misnamed by his colleagues, often forced into servitude and being the brunt of abuse. It's not nearly as bad as what happens to him in the manga.
    • Cosmic Plaything: The universe seems to go out of its way to torment Cruz on every opportunity on top of the usual abuse he gets. His sister turns out to not only had faked her death, but is also one of Simeon's Four Great Ones- nearly killing him on the first opportunity post- reveal. It gets worse in the manga. He's then forced to crossdress, which gets the attention of Blade to his horror, leading to him now wearing it all the time. Cruz then sees his sister dies and is then permanently turned into a girl against his will by Blade, with everyone shutting down his decision to reverse it.
  • Dragged into Drag: He initially dons the girls' uniform of St. Rose Academy in order to stay incognito (a plan his allies put into effect before he agrees to it). After leaving there, he continues wearing it for multiple reasons — his old clothes were thrown away, he's wanted and needs a disguise, and everyone prefers that he continue dressing like a girl anyway.
  • Even the Guys Want Him: Blade certainly likes cross-dressing Cruz, even when he's young.
  • Foreshadowing: In order: he stopped his sister from killing him (not Arclight's orders), the PF Zero Blast was stated to have the power to kill anyone not a Needless that was caught in the blast, he stopped a Testament without even touching it, blocked deadly rain, and time after time he not only stayed away from any near death status, save for one time, but he had somehow survived any attack meant to kill him, like Setsuna's slap that should've broken his neck twice.
  • Gender Bender: Is turned by Blade into a girl after he acquires his powers as a god.
  • Girlish Pigtails: He uses hair extensions when dressed as a girl, making him look even more feminine.
  • Heroic BSoD: Upon learning that his sister was a traitor.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Constantly tries to pull this and even gives sappy little lines when he thinks he's about to die. Thankfully, he hasn't fallen yet.
  • I Am Not Left-Handed: Revealed to be a Needless as of chapter 100.
  • Only Sane Man: Up until the Eve's Story Arc, where Saten and he pass this back and forth.
  • Panty Shot: Once he starts cross-dressing, his underwear is regularly made visible, and was racking up as much points as the Pretty Girl Squad.
  • School Uniforms Are the New Black: He started wearing the St. Rose Academy girls' uniform when attending classes there, and never got the opportunity to change into anything else (barring when he was briefly disguised as his sister).
  • Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: Sensitive Guy to Blade's Manly Man.
  • Supporting Protagonist: Despite being the central viewpoint character, the series is really about Blade and Eve.
  • Tritagonist: Despite being the viewpoint character, his plot line is clearly secondary to Blade and Eve's.
  • Took a Level in Badass: After discovering his power.
  • Wholesome Crossdresser: Initially dresses as a girl to survive at a school, but then circumstances conspire to make sure he remains that way.

    Gido (a.k.a. Dr. Rikudou Gid) Adam Z 
Voiced by: Kenji Utsumi (Japanese), David Wald (English)
A scientist who worked on the project that ended up creating Adam Blade and Adam Arclight, he generally tags along with the group and tries to care for Adam Blade but usually gets shoved into the background. However, he reveals that he is in fact the leader of the 666 committee.
  • Adaptational Heroism: Due to the anime never reaching the point in the manga where it's revealed He's actually the leader of the 666 committee, using Blade and everyone for his own ambitions. He's portrayed as a good person and genuinely a caring, if not flawed parent figure.
  • Bald of Evil
  • Evil All Along: In the manga, he's initially portrayed as a wise advisor to the team and Blade's father figure. It's revealed near the end of the manga that he not only is using Blade for his own ambitions, but also is the true leader of the 666 committee behind Arclight.
  • Fountain of Youth: Once he activates his Adam powers his body becomes more youthful.
  • In the Back: Stabs Blade from behind to reveal his role as the leader of Triple 6.
  • Love Makes You Evil: His desire to save Kasumi has led him to join the 666 committee he hated.
  • The Mole: it's later revealed that he used Blade to achieve his own ambitions. Working within Blade's group in order to get his own ambitions as the leader of the Triple Six committee achieved.
  • Parental Substitute: He took care Adam and Eve when they were young. It's later subverted when his real intention where shown.
  • Power at a Price: The price of activating his Adam power is that his body will eventually fall apart. Hasn't happened yet though.
  • Walking Spoiler: Just see how many entries are white.

    Teruyama Momiji 
Voiced by: Kentaro Ito (Japanese), Rob Mungle (English)
The hot-blooded needless with the ability to create and toss large balls of fire at his opponents. He bears a grudge against Adam Arclight, but accidentally gets into fights with Adam Blade over a case of mistaken identity.
  • Back from the Dead: Was resurrected as a clone and then brought back as the original.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: His clone.
  • Butt-Monkey: He's the most frequent victim of slapstick in the series.
  • Came Back Strong: Both his clone and the original as they bear Stigmata.
  • A God Am I: Teruyama is very prideful of his abilities, but never claims he's anything close to a god. Played straight with his clone, however.
  • Hot-Blooded: As befitting of his fiery power, he's very passionate and is able to keep up with the hamminess of the other characters.
  • The One Guy: At the end of the series, Gido and Saten are both dead and Blade and Cruz have both undergone gender bending, making him the only male on the main team.
  • Playing with Fire: His fragment allows control over Fire.

    Disk 
Voiced by: Emiri Katou (Japanese), Serena Gonzalez (English)
A robot that contains many centuries of knowledge stored in the form of a little, white-haired girl. An information broker who joins Blade and his crew early on.
  • Covert Pervert: Initially. After becoming nothing but a head for a while and regaining her body she stopped hiding it.
  • More Dakka: Along with BFG, she had once use this.
  • Mr. Exposition: More or less her main role.
  • Older Than They Look: Despite having an artificial body resembling a young girl, she's actually 100 years old.
  • Panty Shot: Though she has her moments, her dress is long enough to usually prevent this. As well, since she's not a fighter, her clothing is rarely ever torn.
  • Robot Girl: Apparently a Cyborg, but she's managed to survive with only her head.
  • The Smart Girl: she's the most tech savvy and knowledgeable of the group. Justified as she had a century and the ability to gain information to become that knowledgeable.

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    Seto 
Voiced by: Kaori Fukuhara (Japanese), Maggie Flecknoe (English)
One of Adam Blade's old comrade's who wields a BFS and calls herself a "shinigami" (God of Death). She has a love of money. Her Needless power is Graviton, the ability to manipulate gravity.
  • Anti-Hero: She's not too bad of a person, but she's completely selfish and greedy and is willing to do whatever it takes to make a quick buck.
  • Gravity Master: Her Fragment allows gravity control.
  • Greed: Big time, yet downplayed. Her dream is to be rich, and the only reason she met Kana was because she was promised money. Even then though, she barely mentions being greedy during her appearances, and you'd only know this if you read Chapter 0.
  • Shinigami: Subverted. She is actually playing that role base from her powers itself.
  • Those Two Guys: Is always around Solva, serving as a duo that are almost never seen apart.

    Solva 
Voiced by: Asami Imai (Japanese), Elizabeth Bunch (English)
Another little girl and comrade of Adam Blade who dreams of being an Evil Overlord of Black Spot one day. Her Needless ability is "Magnetic World," which can be used to attract or repel objects and people alike.
  • Anti-Hero: She's the only unambiguously evil character on Blade's party with ambitions to rule as a tyrant over the Black Spot. She is on the heroes' side due to Simeon being worse than her and needing them to be gone to achieve her own ambitions.
  • Bait the Dog: Cute, up until she reveals her Fragment.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Even with being the ambitious, deceptive and evil, even she finds Simeon to be worse than her.
  • Hollywood Magnetism: Her fragment.
  • Magnetism Manipulation: Solva has Magnetism as her power, which works likes the Half-Life 2 Gravity Gun, except it allows her attract/repel anything since it's specifically the power to create a "unique magnetic field".
  • Those Two Guys: With Seto, being always with her in spite of their differing ideologies. They're almost never seen apart from each other.
  • Token Evil Teammate: Especially her alternate personality. Not that the heroes are much more heroic.

Simeon Pharmaceuticals

    Adam Arclight 
Voiced by: Hiroki Tochi (Japanese), David Matranga (English)
The Evil Counterpart of Adam Blade, who was considered the last failure of the same project that produced Adam Blade. Even though he carries the same ability to absorb any other Needless ability in the vicinity, Arclight's body has been decaying due to a genetic defect. So he has taken control of the pharmaceutical company Simeon in Black Spot to find a way to keep his body from literally falling apart.
  • Anti-Villain: Surprisingly enough, while he is by no means a heroic person and does many cruel things he does want to ensure the survival of the human race by evolving as many as he can to prepare for the eventually Angel Invasion.
  • Big Bad: Though there's the organization assisting him, Arclight's the main focus.
  • Bishōnen: Noticeably leaner and softer-featured than Blade, though he's still incredibly tall and muscular.
  • Body Horror: Far too frequently, from originally being wrinkled and skinless to being to produce tentacles that look like organs.
  • Clone Jesus: almost literally.
  • Evil Counterpart: Pretty clearly set up as Blade's.
  • Expendable Clone: His purpose as a clone of Adam Aclight.
  • Fake Memories: Only some of his memories come from the original Adam Arclight.
  • A God Am I: He believes due to having the power of Adam and possessing the Zero Fragment, it allows him to rule as a god over the masses. In his case, he also views it in terms of being the Ultimate Life Form as well.
  • Gorn: Constantly causes this.
  • Healing Factor: Unlike Blade, Arclight can heal himself from virtually any wound.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: In one memorable instance, he devours a would-be group of rebels into his body after impaling them via tentacles.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: People think they can kill him this way.
  • Kill It with Fire: What he does to Aruka.
  • Mega Manning: he can copy others' fragments and make them even more powerful.
  • One-Winged Angel: Absorbs a alien/angel in the manga to become closer to God.. Becomes a Clipped Wing Angle when his body starts faling apart
  • The Rival: To Blade.
  • Straight Man: He has participated in gags, but he's useless when telling one. He's often reacting to the insanity of the quirky cast with stoic tolerance or annoyance.
  • Visionary Villain: Though he argues he's already become God, he wants to collect all the Fragments there are to become the Second Christ.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: He wants to ensure mankind will survive and be able to fight against the Angels, which has the unfortunate side effect of killing off most of mankind. Though if they don't do this the Angels will spread the Eden's seed and kill off most of mankind anyways.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Has this inflicted upon him by Gido and Saten in chapter 109. His body then starts falling apart.

    Rira Roukakouji 
Voiced by: Megumi Toyoguchi (Japanese), Taylor Hannah (English)
A Needless with the power of "psychokinesis" who was a gang leader somewhere in Black Spot until she was defeated by Arclight. Since that day, she has become fanatically devoted to him. She also leads Simeon's "Pretty Girl Squad." One of Simeon's "Elite Four."
  • Alliterative Name: Rira Roukakouji
  • Co-Dragons: Alongside Saten.
  • Eaten Alive: At the end of the manga, she by her own Pretty Girl Squad, controlled by Saten.
  • Psychic Powers: Her fragment allows her the most potent psychic powers in the series.
  • The Reveal: Revealed to be a Eve and the counterpart to Arclight.
    • Retcon: Though that doesn't explain how, in a bonus chapter, she was a normal, though powerful, Needless who had a cult following and never even heard of Arclight before he found her.
  • Superpower Lottery: Her power makes it impossible for any of Team Blade except Cruz to fight her.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Adam Arclight.
  • Vapor Wear: In not one of her costumes does she seem to wear underwear.

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    Saten /Real Adam Arclight 
Voiced by: Kishow Taniyama (Japanese), Leraldo Anzaldua (English)
A Needless with the power of the "Fourth Wave," or the ability to suck up heat from his surrounding area and then unleash it in a focused blast from his arms. Technically one of Simeon's "Elite Four," though he has been hiding information from Arclight for his own secret reasons.
  • Anti-Hero: He's still on the side of Simeon, but he's shown he's not that bad a guy. He held back against Eve, allowed her to knock him out and heal her dying friends, and without his help, the Eve Story Arc probably would've ended with either Cruz or Blade dying.
  • Big Bad: At the end of the anime. In the manga, he shares the role with Gido.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: Of the Unlucky kind: Eve completely forgot about him despite her best efforts and ultimately killed him.
  • Co-Dragons: Alongside Riru.
  • Clone Jesus: The Real Adam Arclight in the manga.
  • Dragon with an Agenda: His loyalty lies with Gido, rather than Arclight
  • Elemental Absorption: The Fourth Wave ability. He's learned how to not only absorb heat, but he can cast it in such a way that looks like he has four Fragments.
  • Enigmatic Minion: It's hard to tell whose side he is on.
  • Godhood Seeker: After revealing himself to be the real Adam Arclight, he then reveals he plans on going directly to the Angels Galaxy in order to become a complete God.
  • Heel–Face Revolving Door: Switches sides constantly later on in the series, though ultimately his only allegiance is to himself.
  • I Am Not Left-Handed: His strongest power is the "Fifth Wave".
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: Or at the very least he created Arclight just so he could fall apart when him and Gido act on their plans.
  • Monochromatic Eyes: More often than not his eyes are blank, but when he's in deep thought or on some close-ups, he'll magically gain irises and pupils. Averted in the anime; turns out he has red eyes.
  • Pointless Gauze: Lampshaded in the Eve's Story Arc

    Uten 
Voiced by: Mayumi Yamaguchi (Japanese), Greg Ayres (English)
A little boy who's obsessed with magic. His Fragment is "Bermuda Athport", which allows him to turn things invisible. Another of Simeon's "Elite Four", though the title "Uten" is actually passed down from person to person,
  • Ax-Crazy: His clone is really unhinged since getting a stigmata.
  • Back from the Dead: As a Clone.
  • Came Back Strong: His clone.
  • Catchphrase: "It's magic~!"
  • Disc-One Final Boss: In the anime, he's the first of Simeon's Shitennou they faced and had a power that essentially made him a Puzzle Boss compared to the more direct combat applications of the other three's fragments.
  • Smug Snake: Compared to the other members of the Elite Four, he relies heavily on the fact that people can't figure out the true nature of his Fragment, being overly smug about it and becomes cowardly once he's exposed, with nothing else he can defend himself with.
  • Stage Magician; his schtick, using invisible trickery to pretend he's a reality warping god. Eve and Cruz even refer to him as this when his trick is exposed.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: Naturally for most of those who bear Stigmata.

    Aruka Schild 
Voiced by: Mariya Ise (Japanese), Carli Mosier (English)
Cruz's older sister who sacrificed herself to save him from a Testament robot at the beginning of the story. Later turns out to be a ruse. She's a Needless with the power of "Fire God's Breath" who can affect people, objects, and even other Needless powers at the subatomic level, and she's not above killing her own brother to complete her mission. The last of Simeon's "Elite Four."

Pretty Girl Squad

The Quirky Miniboss Squad. They are three students who follow Riru directly, and are in charge of getting Blade's body to Arclight so he may survive. There's more like an entire army of "Pretty Girl Squad" members, but we see the most action from these three.

    Mio 
Voiced by: Yui Makino (Japanese), Hilary Haag (English)
One of the recurring characters from Simeon's "Pretty Girl Squad." She carries around a deceptively-heavy teddy bear and has the Needless power of "Power". Just like it sounds, she has the power of super-strength.
  • Affably Evil: Out of the trio, she's the most genuinely friendly in spite of being a loyal killer of Simeon. She even aids Cruz for a decent while, and develops a friendship with him that causes her to feel conflicted on her duties and her newfound bonds.
  • Ass Kicks You: Her most common move, Mio-chan Hip Attack.
  • Children Are Cruel: She acts like and seems to be a little child, but in the manga, she eviscerated a fellow girl squad member because she started a fight.
  • Cute Bruiser: She's as cute as a button, but can also easily crush you.
  • Enemy Mine: After the events at the Simeon building, she stumbles across Cruz and walks the wastelands with him.
  • Face–Heel Revolving Door: As a result of befriending Cruz, she has a hard time choosing between being with him and being with her friends. In the end, she joins Adam Blade's side.
  • Genki Girl: She's almost always happy and energic.
  • Iconic Outfit: In-universe: Her bear panties. This stops Mio and Disk from attacking the cross-dressing Cruz, since Setsuna gave him several pairs to give to Mio.
  • Little Miss Badass: She's not in the girl squad without a reason.
  • Nice Girl: Despite being enemies, she is sweet to a fault. She even helped Cruz recover after the Simeon building was destroyed.
  • Super Strength: Her fragment.

    Setsuna 
Voiced by: Saori Goto (Japanese), Jessica Boone (English)
The leader of her trio of "Pretty Girl Squad" with Mio and Kuchinashi, Setsuna uses her "Speed" power to attack fast and hard before the opponent has time to react.

    Kuchinashi 
Voiced by: Minori Chihara (Japanese), Hilary Haag (English)
A girl who never speaks except to bring out her ultimate attack (her name literally means "no mouth"), Kuchinashi uses a fan strapped to her wrist for her Needless ability of "Fragrance," which can paralyze opponents or even partially control their bodies. She communicates her thoughts with a sketchpad and a sharpie that she pulls out of hammerspace.
  • Cute Mute: Though she can speak, she prefers not to.
  • If It's You, It's Okay: Like Blade she feels this way towards Wholesome Crossdresser Yamada.
  • Lipstick Lesbian: She's very open about her affections toward women.
  • Lotus-Eater Machine: Her ultimate attack, which allows people to see their greatest and/or happiest dream. Eve dreamed of correctly guessing everyone's name, Cruz dreamed of seeing his (nicer) sister, Teruyama dreamed of defeating both Blade and Arclight, Gido dreamed of seeing his long-lost assistant who he loved, Seto dreamed of being rich, and Solva dreamed of ruling the world. Disc wasn't affected due to being a Cyborg, and Blade "was already in paradise".
  • Talking with Signs: She never says a word. Except when she uses her ultimate attack.

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