Characters appearing in the Spiral Chaos spin-off of Queen's Blade.
NOTE: Only tropes used in the game books and the video games should be mentioned when we're talking about the non-original characters. For more detailed tropes about them, check in the respective links about the series they belong.
- A-Cup Angst
- The Cutie: Well, that's her name. No, really.
- Expy: of Komugi Nakahara, also designed by Akio Watanabe. Her design includes includes some visual cues from Nia Tepellin.
- She also gets an expy in the shape of Hibari.
- The Ojou: Though she doesn't act like one, Jean is insistent on addressing her as Ojou-sama.
- Original Generation
- Shout-Out: She uses moves based from "Goldion Hammer" (Magical Hammer) Arado Balanga's "Stag Beetle Crusher" (Sword Break) and Justice Gundam's Fatum-00 flight pack ramming attack (Ground Impact).
- Superpowered Evil Side - Her real name is Michel, older sister of Ranchel and Suchiel, the Twin Dragon Goddesses, and she's able to take over Cute's body at will, not to mention able to control or tame powerful beast like dragons with ease. Subverted later, while she's not so kind as Cute is, she's still one of the heroines until the end.
- Wingding Eyes: Her pupils are shaped like stars.
- All Just a Dream: It turns out all the kissing scenes in the Free Talk option are part of Jean's lewd imagination and never happened for real, albeit the girls still care and change their mind about him.
- Chivalrous Pervert
- Cowardly Lion
- Expy: If Cute is based on Komugi, Jean is based in her love interest, Kyosuke Date.
- Imagine Spot: All the damn time.
- Lethal Joke Character: He's a coward with very low stats, but he's the only person who can capture Cute Monster Girls (e.g. harpies, arachnids, dinosaur girls, etc.) and recruit them; developed well, he can even rip female armor off like a TRUCK, indicating the kind of personality he has.
- The One Guy: He's the only playable male character in both games.
- Original Generation
- Shout-Out: His entire Super Mode scene is a giant Shout-Out towards the Super Saiyans from Dragon Ball Z
- Summon Magic: A secondary skill of his in the original game, which was used to summon captured Gal Monsters to the battlefield. This was removed in the sequel, allowing the player to just add the Gal Monsters in themselves without using a turn and spending SP.
- Super Mode: In Queen's Gate Spiral Chaos, after Ranshel, Sushel and Mishel/Cute combine into a giant superdragon to fight off the dimensional monster Weiss and then leave, unable to return to normal, Jean is in a blue funk for a stage or two. After Original Generation baddie Hyumina mocks him, he tells her to get stuffed, his hair suddenly turns gold, and his battle quotes go from him being timid, cautious and apologetic to angry and aggressive. Possibly subverted in that he doesn't actually become any better at fighting, just more confident and less frightened.
- Actor Allusion: Some of her attacks and cut-ins allude to her voice actress's other roles, including Gravion and Higurashi: When They Cry.
- Berserk Button: Any time Jean points out her bust will elicit a pretty scary reaction.
- Chef of Iron
- Combined Energy Attack: A very literal one during her Combination Attack with Cute.
- D-Cup Distress: Unlike Cute, she hates her rack, due to all the attention she gets from everyone, especially Jean, despite her buxom looking normal-sized compared with the rest of the cast and especially compared with Cattleya. Naturally, this presents problems when she wants to become an idol, but refuses to participate in any gravure activities.
- Dull Eyes of Unhappiness: In a continued reference to her voice actress's most famous role as Rena Ryuguu, some of her attacks show her with Rena's trademark Cute and Psycho empty eyes.
- Expressive Accessory: Her hat mimics her face expressions sometimes.
- Expy: Has a passing resemblance towards Nadeko Sengoku.
- Mythology Gag: In Super Heroine Chronicle, following the events of Spiral Chaos, Maron has become a legend in her school. The Original Generation characters in that game are her classmates and consider themselves the second-strongest after Maron, and constantly bring up comparisons to her.
- It even carries to their Free Talks, where the aspiring idol tries to follow in Maron's footsteps... but is horrible at singing, dancing, cooking, or any of the skills needed to be a successful idol.
- Original Generation
- Rocket Punch: Except that it looks more like the Sol Gravity Pressure Crusher Punch.
- Shout-Out: Her hat looks like a Pooka, and her final attack (Starlight Shooter) is a combination between Gilgamesh's Gate of Babylon and Nanoha's Starlight Breaker.
- Verbal Tic: Desu-no~
- Vitriolic Best Buds: To say this is her relationship with Jean would be a compliment. It seems Maron sees Jean as nothing more than a meat shield. On the other hand, she's noticeably friendlier with most of the rest of the cast, especially Alice and Lili.
- Wolverine Claws: One of her attacks even looks like the Wolverine's "Berserker Barrage".
- Cat Girl: And she is able to transform in a very nasty one!
- Chef of Iron
- Original Generation
- Evil Counterpart: Of Maron, though she's more of a Punch-Clock Villain and clueless to the actual evil deeds of whoever she teams up with.
- Expy: Azu-nyan, why did you become evil?
- Girlish Pigtails
- Meaningful Name: Her last name "Catus" means "Cat" in Latin.
- Mythology Gag: Like Maron, she's remembered in Super Heroine Chronicle as well, though to a much smaller extent. Meru mentions receiving cooking lessons from her, though they don't seem to help.
- The Rival: Towards Maron.
- Tsundere: Her bio and interactions with Maron are more in line like this.
- Shout-Out: In QG Spiral Chaos' Stage 11: Come on, Monsters!, COME HERE!
- Spell My Name with an "S": Aruta or Aryutta?
- Whip It Good
- Adventurer Archaeologist: She's practically the Indiana Jones of the Queen's Blade universe.
- Casting Gag: Her voice actress is a big fan of Western First Person Shooters like Halo; Alice uses handguns, unlike almost everyone else, not to mention she uses vampiric clothing, just like another vampire girl from a very-well known fighting game.
- Dimensional Traveler
- Does This Remind You of Anything?: Her suit is filled with a special protective liquid which has a yellowish-transparent color. If the suit ever breaks in some way, the liquid leaks...
- Expy: From the gamebooks, of The Gunslinger (Except he use a single revolver and a whip). Character design-wise, of Al-Azif.
- Guns Akimbo: Wields two customized Mauser C96s. Her black gun is called Angra Mainyu, and her white gun is called Aeshma.
- Guns Are Worthless: Averted: she's the only Original Generation (of the sorts) character who can use firearms (counting out Rebellion's Vingt and Noel Vermillion.)
- Hero of Another Story: She's the main heroine of the Queen's Gate novels.
- Improbable Age: Has a PhD in the subject of ancient civilizations, and is practically a genius at using artifacts from other worlds. She's basically a younger, female Indiana Jones.
- It Amused Me: Uses Jean as target practice for calibrating her guns in one of her Free Talks. Her reason? Entirely just to stir a reaction out of Jean.
- Meaningful Name: Maybe this is pretty obvious. And the name of the first stage of QG Spiral Chaos when she appears for first time is named Stranger in Wonderland to boot.
- Heck, even her mother is named Lewis!
- Missing Mom: Her mother, Lewis. It's also implied she also has a father, but he never appears anywhere other than being mentioned in the novels.
- The Ojou: She's very rich and attends the school on her limousine, but she never brags about her fortune. She does have servants in her employ to do much of the heavy lifting in dealing with ancient ruins, such as disarming traps.
- Older Alter Ego: She's able to change her size to a beautiful adult woman when she needs extra power.
- Only One Name: Played with: While she's named by everyone as Alice, since she's the daughter of the owner of the Dodgson Foundation, her full name should be Alice Dodgson.
- Original Generation: Sort of. She originally belongs to nitro+.
- Shout-Out: One of her specials has her imitate Gundam Dynames', sniping pose, except she uses the Revolver Bazooka from Dynames' predecessor unit, the Gundam Sadalsuud.
- Sweet Tooth: Loves sweets, especially donuts. She even sneaks away from the group in her free talks to get a supply of treats from her mothership via air transport. Jean eventually becomes her servant in fetching the sweets that land.
- The Tease: Well aware of Jean's perverted streak, and uses it to motivate him in doing manual labor.
- Title Drop: She's capable of operating the Queen's Gate, along with other OOPAR Ts (Out-Of-Place Artifacts).
- Whip It Good: She can use her tail as a whip, mostly in her first attack, Pendulum Arrow.
Wonder Momo (AKA Momo Kanda)
- Actor Allusion: Her voice actress did a single named Wonder Momo-i based on that game.
- Guest Fighter: More as a Replacement Guest Fighter since probably the only reason she appears in this game is for replacing Kasumi and the fact she doesn't have a gamebook yet.
- Henshin Heroine
- Punny Name: Momo is a letter short of sharing her name with the last name of her voice actress.
Emilie "Lili" Rochefort
- Covert Pervert: Like Jean, she enjoys the sight of the other girls in ecchi-tastic situations. In one skit she and Jean even shared a forearm clasp at the sight of Nanael and Katja drenched with the spilled holy milk from Nanael's bottle.
- But it doesn't stop her from kicking his ass when Jean tries to do something perverted towards the other girls.
- Face Palm Of Doom
- Finger Poke of Doom
- Good Old Fisticuffs
- Kick Chick
- Panty Shot: Notable in that she's the only one who's trying to cover 'em, to no avail.
- Took a Level in Badass: Surely she can't really do all those crazy juggles that goes to space in Tekken.
- Paper Fan of Doom
- Playing with Fire
- Shout-Out: Her alternative waitress outfit is taken out from Yuka Takeuchi.
- Antiquated Linguistics: Since she hails from Ancient Japan, she doesn't use katakana for loanwords like maid (normally rendered as メイド), she used hiragana for those words instead (in her case, maid is rendered as めいど)
- Grand Theft Me: During a Combination Attack with Airi, the demon maid swaps bodies with her and they use each other's attacks. Yes, even as Airi, she strips her clothes!
- Ninja Maid
- Apologetic Attacker
- Good Wings, Evil Wings: Has both of them and they're alive.
- Sailor Fuku: Her alternate outfit.
- Early-Bird Cameo: She appeared in the Queen's Gate Spiral Chaos game before her gamebook was published.
- In an early map where you're outnumbered, if you do well, she'll show up and lend a hand for that map.
- Hartman Hips: Similar to how her home series had a lot of Male Gaze on her butt and thighs, her official measurements for Queen's Blade gives her a 93cm hip size; one of the largest hip measurements in the series, beaten only by Melissa and Cattleya(and Melona if she decides to shapeshift), and tied with Dora. But even then Noel has a higher Waist-to-Hip ratio than Cattleya.note
- Special Guest: Like Momo, Noel gets in here as the replacement for Kasumi.
Isabella "Ivy" Valentine
Ink Nijihara/Pastel Ink and A-kun
- Hero of Another Story: She's one of the few characters in Queen's Gate who is the main character of their own series and not a sidekick or partner of someone else.
- Gratuitous English: Used in many of her attacks, sometimes literally.
- Shout-Out: Her Gratuitous English attack (Let's Study!) seems to be taken out from the Unlimited Blade Works and her Final Attack (Magical Climax) looks a lot like the Shine Spark.
Ekaterina "Katja" Kurae and Hana Katsuragi
- Token Evil Teammate: While not being exactly evil, her antics from Seikon No Qwaser (the original series she came from) manage to disgust even the villains. Even Lamica had to run for her life when Katja wants her Soma.
- Yes-Man: Hana
- Back from the Dead: In Queen's Gate Spiral Chaos, if she was really dead in first place
- Expy: She's basically a nastier Nahga. Also shares some visual elements from Xine Espio.
- Also, she also an expy from Shakuren from Injuu Genmu, an H-game Hiroshi Kajiyama worked previously.
- Kung-Fu Wizard
- Noblewoman's Laugh: Spends much of her Free Talks practicing this.
- Original Generation
- Shout-Out: She's possibly the character with most Shout Outs in the game: Many of her attacks are taken from Mobile Fighter G Gundam, Mobile Suit Gundam SEED and also Darkstalkers.
- Back from the Dead: In Queen's Gate Spiral Chaos, if she was really dead in first place
- Cluster F-Bomb: For a princess, she's very foul-mouthed.
- Enemy Mine: In Queen's Gate, both she and Dora teams up with Jean/Michel's group once Luna and Hyumina betray them and attack Ranshel/Sushel. Later on, she will permanently join if you take Lili's path, along with Airi if you went after Lamica in the first split., even being featured in the same cutscene with Cham-Cham that copies Junko's beach incident.
- Even Evil Has Standards: Let's just say she doesn't want her "Soma" being sucked from Katja in QG Spiral Chaos.
- Expy: She looks like a combination between Etna and Remilia Scarlet.
- Or Void Princess Aisha from Elsword.
- Hidden Depths: According to her Free Talks, she loves to make dolls about the people she cares about. Completing her Free Talks has her give Jean a doll made of his likeness as thanks for helping with her issues.
- Little Miss Badass
- Meaningful Name/ Significant Anagram: She shares a similar name with a vampire named Lamirca from Vampire Hunter D, whose name is an anagram from Carmilla, also the name of a lesbian vampire from an story of the same name written by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu.
- Mistaken For A Lesbian: Oh boy, the programmers seems to love to tease her about that, due of her Ironic Name, esoecially in the opening sequence, during the game and in the Free Talk mode. It turns out, while she does cares for Dora, she hates her for stealing her food and she use a doll to unleash her contained wrath on it, but Jean thinks that doll is used by Lamica for trying to show her feelings about Dora, when it's the opposite and it turns out she's straight as she gives another doll shaped like Jean to him after the kissing scene.
- Not So Different: Both she and Jean are servants to two (occasionally) selfish mistresses. When Lamica gets into fights with Dora and doesn't know how to deal with the stress, Jean shares his experiences with his arguments with Cute, and Lamica takes his advice to heart.
- Our Vampires Are Different: Judging with her appearances during all the game, she doesn't fit with the classical vampire stereotype. In the first place, she is able to fight in the sun. In fact, in the Free Talk mode, it's later revealed that, besides blood, she also eats normal food like any other living being.
- Punny Name: Her battle name is a pun of the Japanese word for "Vampire" (吸血鬼 Kyuuketsuki/Blood-sucking Demon) since Blood-sucking Princess (吸血姫) is homophonous with that word.
- Shout-Out: Her final attack is a Shout Out from Neon Genesis Evangelion, when the EVA-01 goes berserk and starts eating it's enemy, except she sucks her enemy's blood instead. The fact she wears purple clothing reinforces the fact.
Bunny Idol Luna
- Macross Missile Massacre: With carrots, and even rabbits.
- Meaningful Name: Her name is an allusion of the Japanese legend of the rabbit who pounds rice cakes (or mochi) in the moon.
- Actor Allusion: Those two tentacle-like appendages on her back could be an allusion to her voice actress's breakout role as a certain Cute Monster Girl.
- Evil Counterpart: To Alice. Both are Dimensional Travelers that tote firearms.
- Kansai Regional Accent: Along with Tenko, she's one of the few characters who speaks with that accent.
- Original Generation
- Shout-Out: One of her attacks, Gravity Ball, looks like a combination between Pierre Vieira's Fire Goal and Tsubasa Ohzora's Drive Shoot. Another of her attacks, Penetration, looks like the iconic Last Shooting scene.note
- Original Generation
- Shout-Out: She's a walking shout-out from many Mecha series, since she uses attacks and moves from a Scopedog, Knightmare Frames, Kyosuke Nanbu's Alteisen and even her MAP Weapon is taken out from Gundam Virtue's GN Bazooka.
All of the Gal Monsters are examples of:
- Cute Monster Girl: Duh.
- Defeat Means Friendship: Though the conditions are a little stricter than expected. Jean must score a Perfect Knockdown on them (defeat by breaking all of their armor). While other characters can help damage or break a few pieces, Jean must be the one to break the last armor. While this doesn't sound too difficult on paper, you also have to keep their HP from falling to 0 before the armor breaks, so Jean must sometimes use his turn up by healing the Gal Monster instead.
- Gotta Catch Them All: Captured Gal Monsters stay in your party across playthroughs. There are ten different Gal Monsters (in the original, only the first three listed below are present), and...
- Inconvenient Summons: In the first game, some of the Gal Monsters complain about being summoned. In particular, Arane and her relatives always snark about this.
- Palette Swap: There are three different versions of each species. There are no differences between them except special skills and level/affinity/stat differences, the latter of which is dependent more on Jean anyway, since the level of a captured Gal Monster changes depending on what level Jean was at the time of capture.
- She Cleans Up Nicely: Happens to a few Gal Monsters during their kiss scenes. For those who don't apply, they end up pandering to some other fetish instead.
- Stockholm Syndrome: Jean is technically capturing them, after all. While their various reactions to being forcibly recruited range from annoyance to admiration, all of them can grow closer to Jean in their Free Talks, resulting in this.
- Actor Allusion: It's not the first time that Ayumi Fujimura voiced both a winged girl or a girl who use flying kicks as her main attack.
- Cool Big Sis: Considered the big sister type among Gal Monsters.
- Cute, but Cacophonic: You can bet that she'll screech your ears off in battle.
- Harping on About Harpies
- Hard-Drinking Party Girl: Not so much on the alcohol, but her love of festivals gives her this image.
- Palette Swap: The pink-haired "Harpy" Puia is the original, who can raise her accuracy or her movement. Her other forms are:
- "High Harpy" Rio, with red feathers and orange hair. She can lower defense.
- "Wild Harpy" Meis, with grey feathers and red hair.
- She's Got Legs: In fact, one of her battle quotes duting the game says: Do you like my legs?
- Winged Humanoid
- Ambiguously Bi: She shows interest in both Jean and other girls. Both her likes and hobbies include "watching other girls".
- Artistic License Biology: Her race, and presumably other dinosaur gal-monsters, are specifically stated to hatch from eggs. This raises some obvious questions with how they reproduce.
- Cute Bruiser: Acts this way in battle.
- Genki Girl: Acts this way outside of battle.
- Meaningful Name: Cerate = Triceratops
- Palette Swap: The original triceratops Cerate has blonde hair, and can ram opponents hard enough to push them a few squares across a map, or search for hidden treasure, just like Nowa. The other forms are:
- "Dinos" Kayla (red hair)
- "Tyranos" Montsouris (white hair)
- Ramming Always Works: She is a triceratops, after all. Note that this does NOT actually always work, as Cerate has a low accuracy to balance out her high attack power. On the other hand, one of her skills forcibly pushes a unit away while dealing damage.
- Shout-Out: One of her attacks looks like the Musashi Tomoe's Daizetsuzan Oroshi.
- Stockholm Syndrome: Unlike the other Gal Monsters, Cerate quickly develops an interest in Jean from the moment she's captured. May be justified, as she's trying to start a family to let her tribe live on.
- Unskilled, but Strong: She has a high power stat and is slightly durable, but she has noticeably weak accuracy. Expect quite a few of her attacks to be completely hit-or-miss.
- What Is This Thing You Call "Love"?: She seems to exemplify this trope the most. She wants her tribe to thrive, but doesn't know how to go about doing so, and acts clueless about how reproduction works. Although she's mostly interested in other girls, she also takes an interest in Jean in Free Talks.
- Boring, but Practical: Her attacks generally look plainer compared to other Gal Monsters, and all of them only deal 1-4 hits. However, Arane has one of the highest accuracy stats of the game (in stark contrast to Cerate above), and is typically ideal in dealing damage to the right places, particularaly her first two moves, which always deal uniform damage across multiple body parts, similar to Jean's Tackle. As she is the first available Gal Monster to be captured in the second game, she can make it quite a bit easier for you to capture other Gal Monsters in the future.
- She specifically learns skills to decrease the enemy's evasion, which in turn makes it easier for others to hit or take less damage from. She's also one of the few characters that learns tension-reducing skills, which allows her to outright cancel finishers.
- Deadpan Snarker: One of her listed hobbies is "making snide remarks." Her snarks are more noticeable in Queen's Blade than Queen's Gate, where she gets easily annoyed by Jean's perverted behavior.
- For whatever reason, when facing her as an opponent in training, she'll act like she wants to get it done and over with quickly. However, if you choose to play as her, she'll use her regular battle quote.
- Elegant Gothic Lolita: The Japanese version: She's basically a cute girl with a purple yukata and a spider motif.
- And in her kiss scene, she will dress like a Western one. Though she doesn't look amused wearing the outfit at first.
- Everything's Better with Spinning: Her second and fourth attack.
- Extra Eyes: Subverted, she wears red jewels resembling eyes as part of her spider image, but it's meant to be used for intimidation.
- Forced into Evil / Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Her backstory in the first game states that she accidentally wound up on the Continent and recruited by Dora and Lamica, with the promise that they'd send her back after she helped them. Despite not trusting them, she reluctantly agrees. When captured by Jean instead, her sentiments don't change much, but this plot point is never brought up again, even in the second game.
- Fragile Speedster: Not as extreme as others, but she does have a pitifully low defense stat to make up for her decent evasion and attack. And again, her accuracy stat is top-notch.
- Friendly Tickle Torture: Subjected to Arane in BOTH games.
- In Queen's Blade, Jean ambushes her for seemingly no reason other than wanting a little physical contact, but upon noticing Arane's subdued reaction, he proceeds to do this despite her pleas. Arane ends up getting stimulated to the point of releasing web all over them, forcing them to be stuck together overnight. Needless to say, Arane wasn't pleased, while Jean was overjoyed.
- In Queen's Gate, Jean does this in an attempt to cheer her up. This time, Arane manages to only get Jean tied up, but still gets flustered by his actions and her own feelings.
- Irony: Specifically dislikes perverts. Guess who she has to hang out with?
- Meaningful Name: Named after Arachne, from Greek Mythology, despite her Japanese motifs.
- No Social Skills: Her species is noted for being the least friendly gal-monster tribe, preferring to stay in the corners of rooms and avoid mingling with people, as well as always speaking with a foul mouth and wearing hair ornaments resembling extra eyes to intimidate others. However, outside of battle, she's rarely malicious in her behavior, just antisocial. Jean is able to get Arane to open up to him in Free Talks, especially in Queen's Gate.
- Palette Swap: "Silk Spider" Arane is the original purple-haired version, who specializes in reducing her opponent's evasion and dropping an enemy's tension to zero.
- "Spider Princess" Kaoruko is the red version, who specializes in reducing her opponent's accuracy and dropping the tension of any enemies within a three-unit range by 50%.
- "Spider Oni" Rakune is the green version, who's the odd one out and specializes in paralysis and invisibility.
- Prehensile Hair: Uses her spider-like hair to impale or slash in many of her attacks. Or simply just to stand and walk, when she doesn't feel like using her actual legs.
- Rescue Romance: In Queen's Gate, poor Arane gets attacked not once, but twice by bandits in her Free Talks. Jean manages to save her both times, eventually leading Arane to open up to him, as opposed to the usual Stockholm Syndrome with the other girls.
- Shrinking Violet: Both literally (due to the color of her yukata and her size) and figuratively, after getting to know Jean enough.
- Shout-Out: The name of her fourth attack is Kumo Shi Ju-on.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Not her specifically, but her green self. It's either Rakune or Racune.
- Sugar-and-Ice Personality: She's usually cold and antisocial, only speaking in one-to-two word sentences. She's not completely cold or unemotional though, as she does get annoyed with Jean in Queen's Blade, but gets along with him pretty quickly in Queen's Gate.
- Token Mini-Moe: The smallest (not counting Fairy Companion Charlotte) of the Gal Monsters, being barely over four feet tall. Possibly because of this, she's one of the few characters Jean addresses with -chan, and not -san.
- Took a Level in Kindness: Compare her from her Queen's Blade version to her Queen's Gate version. The former is very tsun towards Jean, constantly calling him an idiot and not wanting to have anything to do with him. The latter is more withdrawn at first, but opens up to Jean more easily after her Rescue Romance Free Talks.
- BeastWoman: Out of all the Gal Monsters, she most closely resembles an animal.
- Canis Major: When she's transforms into the mythological Nine-Tailed Fox in her final attack.
- Expy: Possibly from both Ran Yakumo and Kurama.
- Hard-Drinking Party Girl: Seems to enjoy the traditional festival delicacies like Puia, but given her age, she's much more prone to winding up drunk.
- Kansai Regional Accent: She is, along with Aine, one of the two characters from the Queen's Blade universe who use that accent.
- Kitsune: Oddly enough, not only does she have multiple tails on her rear, but her HAIR is made up of more tails. Not exactly Nine-Tailed, is she...?
- Meaningful Name: Tenko mean Celestial Fox in Japanese.
- Palette Swap
- "Spirit Fox" Kuramai (violet)
- "Hermit Fox" Yamabuki (yellow)
- Really 700 Years Old: She's a spiritual fox that's lived for thousands of years. It's reflected in her accent.
- Shout-Out: Just like Hyumina, her attacks are taken mostly from Naruto: Not only her energy ball attack looks like Naruto's Rasengan, but in her final attack she transforms in not only the mythological monster she's based of, she looks a lot like Kurama.
- The Trickster: Likes using her spiritual powers to pull pranks on others. Even in battle, a few of her attacks clearly show her toying with her opponent, like performing a Flash Step or hiding in their shadow.
- Berserk Button: Calling her small. Or interacting with humans in general. Poor Jean can't catch a break if she's around and in a bad mood.
- Bratty Half-Pint: Can act like this towards her enemies or Jean, as she presumes she'll be underestimated because of her small size.
- Cute and Psycho: Has shades of this in a few of her moves.
- Her third attack, Mike Bomblet, overlaps with Mad Bomber as she drops a small bomb on her opponent, then the screen cuts to her face, with a straight face but an almost psychotic look, as she simply whispers "...boom" before the huge explosion.
- In her last move, Havoc Strike, after possessing her opponent with a relatively smooth entry, she chooses to leave her host by flying straight into the sky, carrying her host with her, then forcefully exiting out, leaving what should be a bloody mess.
- Delayed Explosion: Happens to one of her bombs in her second free talk. Jean still isn't safe.
- Expy: She looks a bit like Yukina Shiratori, not surprisingly, since both characters were designed by the same charater designer.
- Fairy Companion: ... Yeah.
- Fragile Speedster: Don't be fooled by her size and cuteness: She's one of the most powerful Gal Monsters you can capture during the game, due of having both great evasive and offensive stats, not to mention a skill that increases her speed further, making her near-impossible to hit. She does, however, have one of the lowest defensive stats in the game, and WILL go down quickly if hurt.
- Idol Singer: Wants to become a fairy one.
- Improbable Weapon User: A microphone. And its tip is detachable. Said tip is actually a bomb.
- Palette Swap: "Fairy" Charlotte is the original red-head fairy, who can raise her movement, similar to Puia and Nanael.
- "Twinkle" May is the yellow version.
- "Pixie" Emily is the blue version.
- Puppeteer Parasite: Does this with Havoc Strike. She enters her opponent's body and flies around inside, causing them to bounce uncontrollably all over the screen.
- Shout-Out: One of her attacks seems to be taken out from the Gundam Double X's G-Bit drone attack.
- Tsundere: In contrast to her Cute and Psycho personality in battle, she comes across more like this in her Free Talks with Jean, mainly because she has the tendency to comically blow him up with her bombs.
- Badass Adorable: She's the only Gal Monster with a finisher, Wild Card, as crazy as it looks.
- Combos: Whereas some Gal Monsters (or even regular characters) got the short end of the stick by having 1-4 hit skills, ALL of Annie's skills do over 20 hits EACH.
- Dimensional Traveler: While none of the Gal Monsters appear to be native to the Continent, Annie is the only one explicitly stated to be this.
- Genki Girl: Overlaps with The Trickster as she likes to giggle or have otherwise goofy expressions as she gleefully pummels her enemies... or Jean.
- Green Thumb: Her first attack, Flower Garden. One wonders what would happen if she would team up with fellow flower Gal Monster Plum.
- Magic Versus Science: Harbors a dislike for scientists, physicists, and barbers.
- Mundane Utility: Uses her hair as an umbrella at one point in her final attack, to protect her from a shower of coins. Instead of, y'know, attacking the enemy directly.
- Our Monsters Are Weird: What kind of time and space witch uses arrow-shaped twintail hair like that?
- Palette Swap: "Labrilla" (or "Lovlila") Annie's original form has pink and purple hair, who can find more money after battle.
- "Igdra" (or "Yggdra") Beth has an orange/blue look.
- "Jaglila" Serene has a blonde/green look.
- Prehensile Hair: Uses her arrow-like hair to form many different shapes, which seem to be involved in her magic attacks. Such is the case as in Flower Garden, where she forms her hair in the shape of a flower and makes it shine like the sun, cause actual flowers to sprout up. Or, in Mana Stream, where she uses it as a surfboard (seriously). She'll also simply use them to grab and punch or toss the opponent, like in Giga Throw or Meteo Light.
- Really 700 Years Old: At least 3000, actually. She mentions her age in her first free talk, when Jean tries guessing her age at 10. Annie starts by saying "three thousand," but quickly tries to go back and say that she's actually 12. Jean doesn't buy it, which is partly why he insists on calling her Annie-san and not Annie-chan, despite her complaints.
- Reluctant Warrior: Surprisingly, a lot of her battle quotes imply that she doesn't like fighting. It tends to show in that her attacks are usually silly in nature instead.
- Shout-Out: One of her attacks, Mana Stream, seems to be taken from the Nirvash's diving attack, another one who looks like the Ippo Makinouchi's Dempsey Roll and one who seems taken from the Rafflesia's Bugs drones.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Annie? Ani? And what the hell is a Lovlila?
- The Trickster: She's not above pulling pranks on Jean while showcasing her magic.
- You All Look Familiar: According to her bio, there used to only be one Annie. Due to a freak accident with a botched magic circle, she was cloned and her copies scattered across different dimensions. She averts Cloning Blues, however, as she considers them all sisters.
- Berserk Button: The number 30. See below.
- Christmas Cake: Jean *thinks* she's this, initially (see Shout-Out below). Unsurprisingly, Plum gets understandably upset.
- Everything's Better with Spinning: It's literally her hobby.
- Extreme Omnivore: Her second head (particularly in her fourth attack) lets her chomp on anything. Also, one of her intro battle quotes is literally "Time to eat!"
- According to her bio, a combination of photosynthesis and eating like a human is how she became like a human.
- Green Thumb: Well, she IS a flower herself. Although...
- Making a Splash: She summons a geyser in her last move.
- Me's a Crowd: Grows a duplicate of herself in her Doppelgänger Attack, Flower Dance. Another one of her hobbies is listed as "growing other Plums through seeds".
- Palette Swap: Pink-haired "Audrey" Plum is the original, who has a self-heal skill that recovers 30% of both HP AND armor, making her a rarity amongst other WhiteMage-type units (most units can only self-heal HP or armor, or heal one type but not the other towards other characters; Jean and Kotone are the only notable exceptions, since they are both White Mage and The Medic respectively). She can also raise her own critical rate. There's also:
- "Rafflesia" Marm (blue)
- "Man-Eater" Yoko (orange)
- Shout-Out: One of her attacks looks like being taken out from Andromeda Shun's Nebula Chain.
- Also, her name of her species is a reference towards Audrey (and also Audrey II, the plant) from Little Shop of Horrors
- Her first Free Talk with Jean has her being addressed as Senpai and mentioning Lili and Wonder Momo congratulating Plum on her 30th anniversary, much to her confusion (and annoyance, due to the Christmas Cake implication). It starts making sense when you realize that her Verbal Tic is "pakkun", which sounds like "pakku", and how she seems to like eating. Now, who else does that sound like?
- It comes up again in her fourth Free Talk, where the discussion of Plum's diet prompts Jean to say, "You eat those things that look like "O", right? And they let you power up so you can eat ghosts and stuff?" Plum is still confused, wondering who the hell would eat like that.
- The Trickster: Not to the extent of some other characters, but she does like to surprise Jean in her Free Talks by popping up out of nowhere and going "pakkun". It freaks him out every time. Even when Jean tries to turn the tables on her, Plum manages to one-up and prank-scare him.
- Whip It Good: Her Pakkun Whip, used in many of her attacks, including her map move.
- Awesome, but Impractical: Her Hyper Guard skill lets her reduce all damage to 1 for one BATTLE. Not even a turn. One battle. It's also got a hefty SP cost, making it very situational to use.
- Badass Boast: Many of her battle quotes like to boast about her speed. She isn't joking.
- Bare Your Midriff: Sports this look with her bone armor.
- Blown Across the Room: Her attacks are more than capable of this.
- Boobs of Steel: The only gal monster bustier than her is Melissa.
- The Fashionista: Noted for being the most stylish and fashion-conscious of the dinosaur gal-monsters.
- Flash Step: Done for the hell of it in her second attack, Sidestep. The sidesteps are actually pointless, since she isn't dodging at all during them, but rather, she's simply catching up to the enemy she already sent flying just moments before.
- Lightning Bruiser: In stark contrast to her Unskilled, but Strong dinosaur relatives. While she's not quite as sturdy as you'd expect from a stegosaurus Gal Monster, she still has a passable defense stat, coupled with high attack and evasion, making for above-average stats overall. This is also reflected in her moves, as she moves extremely quickly in every one of them.
- Meaningful Name: Stella = Stegosaurus
- Punny Name: Her title, "Kenryuu Oni" can be translated as "Stegosaurus Demon", but could also refer to the fact that she wields a sword in battle.
- Palette Swap: The original "Stegosaur Oni" Stella is blonde, who can reduce evasion or, as noted above, she can reduce the damage she takes to 1 per hit for one battle only. The other two are:
- "Stego" Eri (red)
- "Rainon" Sasha (brown)
- Serrated Blade of Pain: Her Stego Sword is this.
- Shout-Out: Her last move, Acceleration, has her roar and drop her sword before removing her scale armor, similar to removing weights. This drastically increases her speed, allowing her to pummel her enemy senseless in midair, similar to most shonen anime like DBZ or Naruto.
- Tsundere: Probably the most classic example out of all the Gal Monsters. She constantly berates Jean in her free talks while blushing furiously, but ultimately means well.
- Undying Loyalty: Noted for being extremely loyal to her master, though her affection isn't as blatant compared to Cerate. Combine this with Bodyguard Crush if the player chooses to complete her Free Talks.
- Apologetic Attacker: Usually while crying cute.
- Beware the Nice Ones: While normally timid and easy to bully, if she should lose her cape, she'll go into a berserk frenzy before transforming into her true form, a giant T-rex. The screen then cuts to a Gory Discretion Shot as she tears open her enemy.
- Cute Bruiser: More pronounced than Cerate, though Tino is also squishier in battle.
- Cute Clumsy Girl: In stage 6A, after Nowa frees her and Cerate from the bandits, she trips as she escapes. This is given a CG as Cerate yells at her for her clumsiness. Tino can only apologize at this.
- Drop the Hammer: Her main weapon, the Tyranno Hammer. Also the name of her third attack, which also utilizes her Forehead of Doom. Amusingly, one of her listed likes is "whack-a-mole".
- Fantastic Arousal: In the first free talk alone, Jean asks Tino if he can caress her tail. She AGREES, resulting in a mild version of this.
- Forehead of Doom: Can create a blinding flash with her forehead, greatly reducing the opponent's accuracy. It helps her counteract having a low defense/evasion, but unfortunately, it also has a fairly high SP cost, and Tino doesn't have much to spare.
- Meaningful Name: Tino = Tyrannosaurus
- Palette Swap: "Ghost Dragon Demon" Tino is the original, blue version.
- "Rex" Ral (green)
- "Tiggel" Runa (red)
- Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Her hammer is as big as she is. She can lift it effortlessly, while Jean has a harder time wielding it.
- Shrinking Violet: Her default personality.
- Unskilled, but Strong: Like Cerate, she's got good power, but low accuracy. Unlike Cerate, she's not very durable either.
- Gorgeous Gorgon
- Expy: Of Rider, except she's more Medusa-like than the character she's based of.
- Hartman Hips: Has the one of the largest hip measurements (tied with Cattleya, and Melona if she shapeshifts), and has the largest Waist-to-Hip ratio in series at W58 to H99.
- Meganekko: Subverted in that she doesn't actually need them; she's just trying to use them to adjust her gaze, so that she doesn't accidentally petrify everyone she talks to.
- More Teeth than the Osmond Family: When using her final attack.
- Palette Swap: "Medusa" Melissa is the original.
- "Gorgon" Ema (green)
- "Hydra" Sumeragi (pink)
- Power Incontinence: She can't control her petrifying gaze.
- Shout-Out: Her final attack looks like a combination between Gaara of the Desert's Sand Burial technique and Legend Gundam's DRAGOON drones used at close range.
- Shrinking Violet: Invoked and somewhat justified. She can't open up to others easily due to her petrifying gaze.
- Too Hot for TV: Unlike the rest of the Gal Monsters and due to her... suggestive design, she doesn't appear being mentioned in the QG Spiral Chaos's homepage, nor she's mentioned anywhere until she appears later in the game. (Although she appears in the trailers, anyway.]