The Crew In General
- Alliterative Name: All of them share the similar alphabets for their first and last names.
- Everyone Is Bi: Everyone in the crew has the potential to become Soul Mate to the Player Character.
- If I Can't Have You...: If you already had a Soul Mate but accept romantic advance of another fellow crewmember, you will get an instant Game Over the next day because your previous Soul Mate threw you out of the airlock.
- Rag Tag Bunch Of Misfits: The apocalypse occured when a station inhabited by an underappreciated genius, a childish brute, a former-athlete washout, an old grandmother, a veteran who probably lied about his deeds and a young mechanic who argued with her family. Four of whom were stuck on an evac pod before the warhead hit the station.
- Badass Bookworm: Downplayed Trope as he may be a brilliant astronaut with the ability to adapt to crises, but his lack of strength tends to have issues in situations that requires muscle.
- Black and Nerdy: He is the only dark-skinned person on the space station, other than April.
- The Chew Toy: He was relegated as less-important by his crews. In fact, he only joined the Astro Citizen program was to get away from his miserable work as a chemistry teacher.
- Science Hero: Not only he is the smartest, but also his main objective for Captain's Goal is to be able to solve 5 intelligence based problems in-game.
- The Atoner: He joined the Astro Citizen program to make up for his criminal past.
- Dumb Muscle: The strongest crew member, but also the least intelligent.
- Gentle Giant: His Captain's Goal is to make friends with three of his crewmates.
- Manchild: Based on the number of toys on one of the beds, he is implied to have childish demeanor.
- Mighty Glacier: In the evacuation phase, he runs slower than other crewmates, but he has an additional item slot, allowing him to carry up to five items rather than four.
- Child Prodigy: She was an able athlete when she was young before her promises was cut short by an injury.
- Career-Ending Injury: She had a hard life adjusting her adulthood after losing her career prospects as an athlete due to her childhood injury. Her main reason for joining the Astro Citizen program is to create a new image for herself.
- Fragile Speedster: Since her agility had more points than her intelligence and strength, though they are at least in the average range.
- Jack-of-All-Trades: Her captain's goal was to solve 7 problems of any attributes, but her stats does not reflect this as her archetype fits as Fragile Speedster above.
- Must Have Caffeine: Never seen without a coffee mug.
- Jack-of-All-Trades: Maegan has the average scores in three of the attributed with a slight increase in her agility and intelligence.
- Never Mess with Granny: She was basically old enough to let her grandchildren run her laundry business, which she joined the Astro Citizen program as a challenge.
- The Stoic: Maegan is the only member of the crew who lacked any fear or emotions in the time of crisis. Of course, she can be Not So Stoic as she can go insane as any crew.
- Team Mom: Basically her main challenge and backstory played on her leadership skills from spending most of her life running a laundromat and a rowdy household.
- You Are in Command Now: Basically theme of her Captain's Goal is this, more so than others since her entire objective is to make sure everyone lives for 30 days.
- Captain Space, Defender of Earth!: His Captain's Goal is to visit 5 successful expeditions on planets.
- Expy: His looks and external image is based on classic Nick Fury, albeit Nick Fury's eyepatch being on his left rather than the right like Tom.
- Eyepatch of Power: Seen donning one on his right eye.
- Fake Ultimate Hero: Heavily implied that his story as a strong-willed and boisterous war hero was entirely made up. This is more pronounced in the "60 Seconds" phase, where he was shown to be nervous in his Captain's role while his "rescuee" role had his leg stuck in a bucket.
- Jack-of-All-Trades: Tom is another crew with well-rounded stats with a focus on strength and intelligence.
- Token Minority: She's one of the only dark-skinned characters in this game, alongside Emmet.
- Dysfunctional Family: To some extent. Her dad and her brothers said that stargazing was a waste of time and laughed at her. She was also only serviced bikes, leading to the argument that caused her to "tinker away into space".