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The characters of the anime series Star Driver:

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Takuto Tsunashi

Protagonist of the series. He pilots the Cybody Tauburn, one of the mechs that was formerly hidden in the island's ancient ruin. He is a Star Driver and is directly opposing the Glittering Crux Brigade to protect Wako from them.

Voiced by: Mamoru Miyano

Wako Agemaki of the series. A member of the school drama club, "Midnight Flight." She is the South Maiden, who can unlock the seal of Southern Cross Island. She is pursued by the Holy Order of the Glittering Crux.

Voiced by: Saori Hayami

Sugata Shindō member of Midnight Flight club along with Wako. He is engaged to Wako, but doesn't seem to mind that Wako takes an interest in Takuto.

Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama

  • Absolute Cleavage: His Emperor outfit has a V-neckline that shows off his abs and goes down to where his pubes would be.
  • Alliterative Name
  • Age-Appropriate Angst: Keep in mind that he's a first-year high school student. And that he's fighting against an evil organization that wants to use the islands secrets for some sort of dastardly scheme. And that he can't leave the island under penalty of death. And that whenever he falls into a deep slumber, Keito has to do something involving getting naked to wake him up... Yeah.
  • Ambiguously Bi: He does love and care for Wako, but his professed "curiosity" about Takuto and his gay subtext-dripping conversations with Head are signs that are too big to ignore...
  • Arranged Marriage: With Wako.
  • Bishounen
  • Blue Oni: To Takuto's red, quite obviously.
  • Came Back Wrong: Initially came back as a Type I Soulless Shell until Benio used her First Stage (and Takuto delivering an Armor-Piercing Slap in an attempt to wake Sugata up).
  • Childhood Friends: with Wako and Keito.
  • Chick Magnet
  • Deadpan Snarker: Nonchalantly asking if Takuto had his first kiss and saying "he'll do her" in the drama club meeting when Takuto declared he would confront the mysterious girl Hina (aka Okamoto-sensei).
  • Driven to Suicide: Takuto seems to imply that he believes Sugata carries a knife around him because he may be contemplating suicide, but Sugata really carries a knife to protect Wako.
  • The Eeyore: In episodes 6 and 8.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Subverted. At the end of episode 7, it seemed like this would be the case, but he was completely unaffected by Benio's first phase and only fought Takuto because he was pissed off.
    • He became the Crux's Emperor in episode 23... but subverts the trope again; he only did it to get to Samekh so he could seal it for good.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Subverted. It seemed like this would be the case in Episode 6, since nobody has ever awakened after using the King's Pillar as well as Takuto's words at the end, but in Episode 7, we see that he's Not Quite Dead.
    • Attempted again in the final episode, but averted yet again thanks to Takuto.
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy:
    • Since he doesn't seem to mind the fact that there's something going on between Takuto and Wako. He will also willingly lay down his life for her, going so far as carrying a knife everywhere he goes to protect her.
    • All long he planned to have Samekh sealed—thus, sacrificing himself in the process—and for someone to protect Wako while he's gone.
  • The Mentor: To Takuto.
  • Nice Guy: It's quite hard to piss Sugata off. When it happens, though... RUN.
  • Parental Abandonment: We have a mention of his father being the cause of his birthday-hating issues, but we never see him and the only people living in his mansion are Tiger, Jaguar and himself.
  • Rebel Leader: Even if he's not the head of the Midnight Flight club himself, everyone on the island seems to consider him head of the local resistance movement.
  • Refusal of the Call: Capable of piloting the most powerful Cybody in the series, according to Sarina, but refuses to do so for reasons yet to be revealed. Episode 6 reveals that as the candidate pilot of King Cybody he is forbidden to use it, not only because of the devastating power of his first phase ability, King's Pillar, but activating it would lock him into a coma, just like every other candidate before him. He wakes up right in the following episode, presumably (as of Episode 18) because Keito is keeping his libido active every night.
  • Single-Target Sexuality: His complete disregard for Benio after she used her First Phase on him shows that he's incapable of loving anyone... except Wako.
  • Supporting Leader: As Enokido puts it, "he'd be the main character of this world if Takuto hadn't come to Southern Cross Island", being the heir to a prominent family and is bonded with the strongest Cybody. He spends time training with Takuto to help the latter become stronger and after some initial frictions, has a lot of faith in Takuto's ability.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: He was a massive dick in episode 8, though probably for good reason. It didn't last.
  • Tsurime Eyes
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair

    The Order of Glittering Crux 
All or most of them provide examples of:
  • Affably Evil: Most of it's members don't really seem like bad guys outside of work, and sometimes even during work.
  • Anime Hair: Nearly all of them naturally have this.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: With the exception of Keito, all of the department heads are... eccentric, to say the least. However, they all seem to be extremely competent when it comes to the work done by the Glittering Crux. Except when trying to defeat the Galactic Pretty Boy, at least.
  • Cool Mask: Hell, they enable them to pilot Humongous Mecha.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: The only consistency in their outfits, aside from the masks, is that each section's uniforms have collars that coincide with playing cards (Spades for Vanishing Age, Hearts for Bouganville, Clubs for Filament, Diamonds for Adult Bank, and Joker for the Science Division.)
  • Five-Man Band: The five leaders of their respective divisions.
  • Large Ham: "KIRABOSHI!"
  • Mildly Military: Just as bad at coordination and discipline between as well as within factions as one would expect from an organisation run primarily by libidinous schoolkids (not that the adults are much better, mind).
  • Necessarily Evil: In their eyes.
  • Slasher Smile/Psychotic Smirk: Being able to pull off a good one of these is practically a Crux entry requirement.
  • Smug Snake: At least before they actually fight Takuto. The sole exception is the ever Crazy-Prepared Kanako Watanabe/President.
  • Theme Naming: Each section is a reference to a planet that the titular prince from Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's The Little Prince visits.
  • Unwitting Pawn: All of them to Head.

Head (Reiji Miyabi, originally Tokio Tsunashi)

Leader of the Vanishing Age section, Head acts as the head of the Glittering Crux while waiting for someone to defeat Takuto and Tauburn to take leadership. Eventually he runs a coup and takes over the Crux himself with support from his branch. He pilots the Cybody Reshbal & later, The Cybody Sinpathy and wields the Star Sword Diamant & Turquoise.

Voiced by: Akira Ishida

  • Anything That Moves
  • Archnemesis Dad: Takuto is thankfully unaware of this. Or not.
  • Attack Drone: His first Cybody Reshbal comes with Piles that look and work almost identical to Tauburn's. His second one, Synpathy, has them too, and they enable him to take control of any other Cybody.
  • Bastard Boyfriend
  • Big Bad
  • Bishōnen: Despite having a teenage son.
  • The Casanova: Perfectly willing to seduce anyone, male or female, in order to get what he wants.
  • Curtains Match the Window
  • Depraved Bisexual: A classic Type 2, seeing sex as just another tool for manipulation.
  • Dual Wielding: He learned it from his father, just as Takuto did.
  • Evil Counterpart: Head's Cybody is very similar to Takuto's Tauburn, even using similar weapons like Piles.
    • Surprise, surprise, he's Takuto's dad who was passed over for his family's mark.
  • Evil Plan/Gambit Roulette: His plan to become a time traveler.
  • Family Eye Resemblance: He has the same additional ring around the irises as Takuto and Icaro do. This is the first clear hint at him being Takuto's father.
  • It's All About Me: In SPADES. His ultimate plan is to take control of Samekh, power it up to the fullest, and move outside of time so he can relive the "glorious past" forever. This plan requires that the world be destroyed. He doesn't care.
  • Lima Syndrome/Stockholm Syndrome: Head and the North Maiden(Sakana-chan).
  • Meaningful Name: His Cybody is marked by the letter rēš, which indeed stands for "head".
    • However, that mark is borrowed, seeing as his father Icaro didn't give him his family's mark.
    • In addition, "Reiji," while figuratively "midnight," literally translates as "Zero Time."
    • When written in kanji, his real name (Tokio) can literally mean "consort of time", which hints at his ultimate plan.
  • Manipulative Bastard
  • Older Than They Look: Sugata confuses him for a student of Southern Cross Academy when wearing a school uniform, but he's actually old enough to be Takuto's father.
  • Orcus on His Throne: Responsible for the Crux's curiously half-hearted approach towards breaking the South Seal and taking down Tauburn. He doesn't want to move until Shingo's woken up and he's received his old lover's mark.
  • Pet the Dog:
    • Seems to have a brief one in episode 21, considering his wistful reminiscence of the women in his life, both of whom he lost due to his pursuit of the Cybodies' power.
    • He treats Fish Girl, the North Maiden, exceptionally well, having polite exchanges with her, taking great interest in her recurring story, and even letting her go free from the cage he'd had her in once he felt he was done with her stories and didn't need her around anymore, even later telling Ryonosuke that he'd never locked her up against her will, so she could have left any time she chose to. The only reason she'd stayed to tell her story and sing for him for as long as she did was because he was nice to her and she liked him.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: His lax immaturity and youthful qualities are apparent from the start. The "psychopathic" part becomes much more apparent later on.
  • Purple Eyes
  • Purple Is Powerful: It's his hair, eye and character color and his strength rivals Takuto's.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: The last episode had him delivering incredibly short ones to anyone present.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Blue to Takuto's red. Additionally, Tauburn and Reshbal embody this principle in their color schemes.
  • Shadow Archetype: To his son,Takuto. He's a callous, withdrawn, and thoroughly manipulative The Casanova, where our hero is a Hot-Blooded, kind-hearted, and gregarious Chick Magnet. Particularly notable in Episode 20's Whole Episode Flashback, where we get to see how he managed to comprehensively wreck his own set of ¡Three Amigos!.
  • Starcrossed Lovers: With the North Maiden.
    • Also with Sora, Takuto's mother.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: His father refuses to give him the Tau mark, and he becomes obsessed with Cybody's power
  • You Gotta Have Purple Hair: Bizarre hair color seems to run in the family.

Kanako Watanabe

Takuto's married classmate and member of the Glittering Crux Brigade under the name, "the President." She's in charge of the Adult Bank, with her section providing most of the monetary funds for the Crux. Her Cybody is Betraida.

Voiced by: Ayano Niina

  • Affably Evil
  • Ahoge
  • Anti-Villain
  • Artistic Age: She looks like she's in her late twenties or early thirties. She's actually fifteen.
  • Badass Adorable: Air-headed lonely rich girl? Think again. Her skill in the boxing ring more than proves that she's capable of handling herself in a fight.
  • Bi the Way: Has a history with Madoka. Unsurprisingly, it didn't end well.
  • Brutal Honesty: Bluntly states that her marriage is based on her husband being a Dirty Old Man and her being a greedy Gold Digger.
  • Crazy-Prepared: We learn in Episode 24 that she doesn't have a yacht just to show off how rich she is; it's supposed to be an escape vessel for all the islanders in case the volcanoes connected to Zero Time erupt. Simone and Takeshi are reasonably impressed.
  • Dark Action Girl: She's got a mean straight in the boxing ring.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Do Unto Others Before They Do Unto Us: Wants to seize the Cybodies for her own section in order to control them, since she believes their release is inevitable.
  • Hair Decorations
  • Gold Digger: As Kanako puts it, her marriage is held together "by the unbreakable bonds of greed."
  • Heel–Face Turn
  • Hidden Depths: You definitely wouldn't think 'World-Champion Boxer' the first time seeing her.
  • It Amused Me: When Simone asked her why she helped her recover from the accident by approivising her Cybody and pretended not to know that "Simone" was only pretending to be loyal as part of a scheme to strike at her illegitimate father's new wife, Kanako responded with this trope. This trope covers pretty much everything else she does in the series.
  • Jerkass: Played for Laughs.
  • Boobs of Steel: Having one of the largest bust sizes in the cast has paid off well for her — she's an expert Star Driver and champion-level boxer.
  • Ms. Fanservice
  • Mundane Utility: She speculates that her first phase may be her beauty and business sense.
  • Necessarily Evil: Her perspective on the Crux's actions - as she sees it, any action is justified in order to preserve the world and regulate the vast power of the Cybodies, no matter how personally regrettable it might be.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: Comes across as the biggest floozy who ever lived... until you realize how competent she really is.
  • Pet the Dog: She apprivoised to heal Simone's coma, brought on by an accident, and then took her on as a maid even though she knew Simone had ulterior motives in doing so. While the manner of the act is questionable (see It Amused Me), it does not change the fact that (a) it was a good thing to do that (b) Kanako didn't have to do, but (c) did anyway at personal cost.
  • The Tease
  • Whip It Good: Carries a whip around as part of her Kiraboshi getup, but never really uses it for anything.
  • Wise Beyond Their Years: From the way she acts, it can be hard to believe that she still attends high school.
  • You Gotta Have Green Hair

Keito Nichi

Leader of Bouganville under the name "Ivrogne," Keito holds a secret that most of the Crux doesn't know. She is really the East Maiden, whose seal the Crux has to break in order to release the next phase for the Cybodies.

Voiced by: Ami Koshimizu

Benio Shinada

Campus Resident Advisor and member of the Glittering Crux Brigade under the name, "Scarlet Kiss." Benio leads the section called Filament. She pilots Peshent and owns the Star Sword Rubis.

Voiced by: Chiemi Chiba

Midori Okamoto

Leader of the Crux's Science Guild, she is also known as Professor Green. She's the school nurse and owner of the Cybody Yoddock.

Voiced by: Houko Kuwashima

Takeo Takumi

Known as Sword Star of Vanishing Age. His Cybody is Zayinth which wields the Star Sword Grenat. After Head's coup, it's revealed he has a true mark.

Voiced by: Yuuki Kaji

Ginta Ryou

A rather callous, self-centred Vanishing Age Star Driver codenamed 'Camel Star' who resents his organisation's continued lack of progression to the fourth phase and the invasion of the real world, creating considerable friction with his leader, Head. Like the rest of his faction, has a true mark that allows him to pilot Cybodies in the third phase.

Voiced by: Ryohei Kimura

Madoka Kei

Known as Window Star, she's a member of the Adult Bank until switching to Vanishing Age after the Crux reaches phase three. She pilots the Cybody Hegent and has the Star Sword Perle.

Voiced by: Yukana

  • Ax-Crazy: Has a nasty habit of confronting people for little reason other than that she feels bored, and has difficulty seeing any difference between, say, a competitive volleyball match and going after an enemy outside of school with a Star Sword.
  • Catchphrase: "How exciting!"
  • Cute and Psycho
  • Depraved Bisexual: Willing to go for just about anyone, and prepared to use some rather... disturbing methods to accomplish it.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Back in episode three, with Kou.
  • Expy: She and Kou are psycho versions of Sailors Neptune and Uranus, a lesbian couple who appear partway through the series with personal motives differing from those of either the heroes or the main antagonists, and who simultaneously antagonize and make romantic/sexual overtures toward the lead character. As the more feminine and more amoral of the pair, Madoka resembles Michiru Kaioh aka Sailor Neptune, albeit with hair color and some other traits switched.
  • Graceful Loser Proved she can be one, surprisingly enough, in Episode 21.
  • Godiva Hair: In episode 19, unsurprisingly enough.
  • Interplay of Sex and Violence: Even when you consider that it involves playing around with awesome giant robots in a Scenery Porn-eriffic alternate reality, she enjoys Cybody combat way too much. Episode 21 nearly took it Up to Eleven.
  • It Amused Me: Volleyball competition? Exciting! Giant robot battle? Exciting! Potentially lapsing into a coma and dying? Exciting!
  • Lipstick Lesbian
  • Manchild: has dashes of this. She uses third person to refer to herself and wants to be entertained constantly
  • The Ojou
  • Ojou Ringlets: With the imperious personality to match.
  • Orgasmic Combat: She spends all of episode 21's fight on the knife's-edge of climaxing, if her panting and tone are anything to go by.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: With Kou. She's an energetic and somewhat bloodthirsty red.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Along with Kou, she leaves the island in episode 21 once she figures that Takuto and his friends will now know that she's a member of the Glittering Crux.
  • Those Two Bad Guys: With Kou.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The girly girl to Kou's Tomboy. Her psychological state seems to make her more of a threat to others, however.
  • Wild Card: Far too unpredictably psychotic to reliably be on anyone's side - the Crux are already starting to have second thoughts about bringing her in to deal with Takuto.

Kou Atari

A member of Adult Bank under the name Needle Star. As a true mark holder, she switches to Vanishing Age once the Crux reaches the third stage.

Voiced by: Mitsuki Saiga

  • Bifauxnen
  • Butch Lesbian
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Back in episode three, with Madoka.
  • Expy: She and Madoka are psycho versions of Sailors Neptune and Uranus, a lesbian couple who appear partway through the series with personal motives differing from those of either the heroes or the main antagonists, and who simultaneously antagonize and make romantic/sexual overtures toward the lead character. As the more butch of the two and the one whose Cybody has a flying mode she can pilot, Kou resembles Haruka Tenoh aka Sailor Uranus, albeit with hair color and some other traits switched.
  • Grand Theft Me: Her first phase.
  • Morality Pet: Astonishingly, Madoka serves as hers - at least, enough for her to stop Wako's seal getting broken because her partner's Cybody wasn't sufficiently repaired to hold out against the inevitable international counterattack when the mechs emerged into the real world.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: With Madoka. She's the calm one.
  • Those Two Bad Guys: With Madoka.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The tomboy to Madoka's girly girl. As dangerous as Madoka, if not as...excitable.
  • Tomboyish Voice
  • Transforming Mecha: Kophrite can turn into a form that's less humanoid and more akin to a fighter jet, complete with projectiles and all.
  • Villainous Rescue: Sabotaged Camel Star's attempt to break the South Seal in order to protect Madoka.
  • Wild Card: Only really cares about Madoka's wellbeing. Everything else, including the overarching goals of the Crux's various factions, is strictly optional.

Simone Aragon Pamela Watanabe

Member of the Adult Bank, Simone is Kanako's servant in the Crux and in her "civilian" job also. Codenamed Secretary, she is the pilot of the Cybody Daletos.

Voiced by: Ayana Taketatsu

  • Anti-Villain
  • Disappeared Dad: In a way. Leon Watanabe, Kanako's husband, is Simone's real father, and Simone herself didn't know the circumstances of her birth until one year before the events of the series. And even currently, despite her knowing, nothing indicates that she sees him regularly.
  • The Dragon: Kanako's personal example, at least, being her 'secretary', though she has her own motives.
  • Heel–Face Turn
  • Meaningful Name: Her actual name, Pamela, often intended to mean 'all sweetness', deliberately contrasting with the hatred she feels towards Kanako underneath her facade of politeness...until episode 11, anyway.
  • Official Couple: According Word of God she is dating Takashi.
  • Phenotype Stereotype: Judging from her conversation in the background with Kanako's husband in the third episode, it appears as though she's French.
  • Tsundere: Toward Kanako past episode 11, whom she refuses to admit that she actually likes.
  • Unresolved Sexual Tension: As of the eleventh episode, some people certainly do believe a fair bit of this exists between her and Takashi.

Takashi Dai

A member of the kendo club, Takashi is also known as Banker. He works a Kanako's servant in the Adult Bank and his civilian life like Simone. He pilots the Cybody Tzadikt and controls the Star Sword Amethyste. After the cybercasket is destroyed and only true mark users can approvise, Takashi transfer to Vanishing Age as he also has a true mark.

Voiced by: Kenji Akabane

Mami Yano

Also known as Undine, member of Bouganville. She pilots the Cybody Kaphrat.

Voiced by: Chiwa Saito

  • Meaningful Name: Her alias is "Undine". Undines are mythological water nymphs, and Mami makes a living as a shell-diver.
  • Of the People: Notably less extreme than several other examples of the trope, but she still hates outsiders, especially since one of them is the source of all their problems.
  • Pet the Dog: She's nice to people who are natural islanders, as shown by a friendly interaction with Mizuno in episode 15.
  • Psychic Powers: Can summon a humanoid entity called the "Mermaidoll", which she can control from afar by thought. However, despite being a potent weapon, it also has its drawbacks; Nichi tells her she hasn't perfected it yet, and the Mermaidoll is prone to going out of control.

George Honda

The member of Filament known as Raging Bull. George is also a member of the school's boxing club and is constantly seen working out. His Cybody is Alephist, which resembles his Crux name.

Voiced by: Shun Takagi

Tetsuya Gōda

Another member of Filament, Tetsuya is also known as Speed Kid. Owner of the Cybody Tetrioht, who turns into a motorcycle.

Voiced by: Ooki Sugiyama

Marino You

A member of Vanishing Age, Marino's code name is Manticore. She's the older twin sister of Mizuno, the West Maiden. Also drives the Cybody Ayingott.

Voiced by: Ryo Hirohashi

Ryousuke Katashiro

A middle-aged man who is often seen by Head's side. He opens the meetings of the Crux and seems to be in charge of Vanishing Age when Head is not around. He is the original owner of the rēš mark and has already been involved in the research of the underground ruins even before Head came to the island.

Voiced by: Shin-ichiro Miki

Hideki Shibuya

Known as Professor Silver, he is one of the oldest members of the Order, currently working for the Science Guild under Professor Green. Had a hand in designing much of the Crux's technology, including the Cybercasket and the Overphase System.

Voiced by: Nobuo Tobita

  • All There in the Manual: His real name is never mentioned in the series proper.
  • Karma Houdini: All members of the Crux either undergo a Heel–Face Turn in the end or get dealt some comeuppance by Takuto at some point in the series...except for him, who's given neither by the time the show has ended.
  • Mad Scientist: Just one look at the guy and you can tell he's one.
  • Morally Ambiguous Doctorate: Well, professorship.
  • Omnidisciplinary Scientist: He studies the ruins, develops Cybody technology and also works for the island's hospital, being responsible for Shingo's monitoring and treatment.
  • The Starscream: To Professor Green. When Vanishing Age takes control of the Glittering Crux, he's shown to be involved with it due to having worked behind Professor Green's back. While Professor Green stays the head of the Science Guild by technicality, Professor Silver is then in charge of the more important scientific work for Head himself.

Shingo Makiba

A youthful-looking man, currently in a coma. First seen at the hospital when Head comes to visit in episode 17, where his condition seems to be heavily monitored. In Katashiro's flashback, it's shown that Shingo is the bearer of the Šin mark, a mark he had meant to pass on to Head. Head supposedly seduced Shingo for this very purpose, hungry to pursue the power of the Cybodies. However, before he could give Head the Šin mark, Shingo fell into a comatose state for a reason and manner so far unexplained, and now, Head and the research division are watching his vital signs carefully, as it seems that he is resurfacing from the deep sleep he was trapped in.

Voiced by: Shintaro Asanuma

  • Ambiguously Gay: Though he's only ambigous because we don't know what people he prefers outside of Head, with whom he's very obviously in love. His looks and husky voice are rather stereotypical hints at him being gay, but ultimately, we don't really know.
  • Bishounen: To the point of Dude Looks Like a Lady. He first appears as a comatose patient with a sheet more or less covering him, making more than a few people have to rewind to verify his maleness. It becomes clear when we see his flat, shirt-hugging chest. Or to some, hear his voice.
  • Convenient Coma: So convenient that most of the second half of the series wouldn't exist if he didn't sleep during that time. He even wakes up very conveniently to Head's plans.
  • Curtains Match the Window
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy
  • Love Martyr: Appears to care deeply for Head, despite the fact that the other man is clearly only interested in him for his mark.
  • Older Than They Look: His actual age is unknown, but it appears to be around the same as Head's and when we see him in present day episodes he doesn't look a single day older than when he met Head and later fell into coma fifteen years ago. It's implied that this is an effect of his first phase, but is ultimately not confirmed.
  • Rapunzel Hair: In present days, his hair is long enough to go all the way down his back, maybe even a bit more. It's hard to see most of the time, but very visible in episode 21.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: He has maybe about ten minutes of overall screentime, but has significant importance to the plot. His coma is the reason for Head's Orcus on His Throne tendencies as he is waiting for Shingo to wake up and give him his mark and his Cybody plays a big role in the finale because it can possess other Cybodies.

    Other Characters 

Mizuno You

The West Maiden and twin of Marino.

Voiced by: Rina Hidaka

Sarina Endō

President of Midnight Flight and leader of the resistance opposition against the Glittering Crux Brigade.

Voiced by: Maaya Sakamoto

Tiger Sugatame

One of Sugata's maids.

Voiced by: Nao Touyama

Jaguar Yamasugata

One of Sugata's maids.

Voiced by: Hiroko Ushida

"Fish Girl" (Sakana-chan) Matsuri Hyou

The North Maiden. Her seal was broken and was imprisoned in a cage by Head, but was let go and went on a journey.

Voiced by: Haruka Tomatsu

Ruri Makina

Wako's best friend.

Voiced by: Emiri Katou

Natsuo Komori

Takuto's childhood friend, he is the original owner of the "hearing the voice of the world" catch phrase.

Voiced by: Miyu Irino

Hana Okada

Takuto's childhood friend and his first Love.

Icaro Tsunashi

Takuto's grandfather


A girl who befriended Head Tokio the first time he came to the island, she was Katashiro's fiancee. While she was in love with Katashiro she always felt that her feelings were unrequited. As time went by she fell in love with Tokio and got pregnant, resulting in Takuto's birth.

Voiced by: Fumiko Orikasa


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