- Attacker: Fidel Camuze, Cliff Fittir, Anne Petriceani, Daril Camuze, Roddick Farrence, Claude C. Kenny, Phia Melle, Albel Nox, Ilia Silvestri, Fayt Leingod, Michael, Meracle Chamlotte, Mirage Koas, Ashton Anchors, Precis F. Neumann, Crowe F. Almeido, Chisato Madison, Pericci.
- Vanguard: Victor Oakville, Dias Flac, Edge Maverick, Cyuss Warren
- Sharpshooter: Maria Traydor, Nel Zelpher, Emmerson T. Kenny, Reimi Saionji, Clair Lasbard, Opera Vectra.
- Invoker: Myuria Tionysus, Ronyx J. Kenny, Lymle Lemuri Phi, Faize Sheifa Beleth, Sophia Esteed, Celine Jules, Fiore Brunelli, Mavelle Froesson, Leon D. Geeste, Lucifer.
- Healer: Miki Sauvester, Millie Chilette, Rena Lanford, Sarah Jerand, Relia.
The GFSS-3214F Crew
CaptainThe Player Character and protagonist of the game. The commanding officer of the Pangalactic Federation starship "GFSS-3214F". During a mission, the captain is ambushed by pirates, who then orders their crew to evacuate the ship. After a failed hyperspace drive they end up in a region of space outside the Federation's borders. They rescue a woman named Evelysse, who soon after, joins them on their journey back to Earth.
- The Faceless: The few times the Captain is ever seen, his face is obscured. In Episode 2 chapter 6, an anime cinematic includes the Captain, but portion of the building is covering his face. The only other time he made an appearance was in the 2019 April Fools event stamp, but the Captain's face is a Banana.
- Featureless Protagonist: Reinforcing the fact that the player is the Captain, there's no telling what they look like.
- Hello, [Insert Name Here]: You get to name Captain when you start the game.
- He Who Must Not Be Seen: Some of the Anime cutscenes for Episode 2 and Manga side-stories (for episode 2) follow this. The Captain is obviously present in some of the scenarios, but they never show them.
- Mysterious Past: The Captain's past is completely unknown, however, the novel adaptation does give a bit of information. Your parents were part of the Pangalactic Federation so you spent your childhood in Theta Sector (specifically on planet Earth). Some time after, you became a soldier belonging to the 22nd Space Station, the same space station you used to live with your parents you were younger.
- Non-Action Guy: In terms of actual gameplay, he or she does not fight. Story-wise (and other events out of the main story) does state, that the Captain does indeed fight, with the novel and manga mentioning he does have a Phase Gun.
Voiced by: Sumire Uesaka (Japanese), Julie Rogers (English)
The heroine of the game. A mysterious girl that you encounter when a malfunctioning warp drive teleports you to a deserted planet. After being saved by the captain she decides to help the captain on his/her journey to return to Earth, while hoping to regain her own memories. She posesses a mysterious form of symbology which, allows her to summon warriors from across space and time.
- The Heroine: With a stamp and quote stating it.Evelysse: "Just as I thought! I'm the Heroine."
- Kiss of Life: Averted. During the 2018's summer event, the Captain ends up drowning when they get attacked by a monster underwater while racing Eve. They get the monster's attention thus allowing Eve to Escape. Despite getting nervous, she decides to do it, only to get interrupted by Coro who was called by Michael when trying to get help, which Coro then proceeds electrocute the Captain who regains consciousness.
- Lethal Chef: The "Surprise Christmas Party" event for Christmas, has shown us that Eve is not the best Cook and that food should be left for someone else in the ship to take care of. Even her "Winter Evelysse" unit mentions how bad she is. In the event however, she still proceeds to secretly cook a Banana Cake for the Captain.
Voiced by: Ryusei Nakao (Japanese), Unknown (English)
An AI robot in charge of handling all of your ships operations. His official model name is OCAI-880-56, but the crew calls him Coro for short. This model was designed to communicate in an efficient and speedy manner, but has a tendency to develop an overly expressive personality, leading to a high rate of returns to the manufacturer. You, however, chose to keep Coro on your ship, and by doing so youve earned his undying loyalty and gratitude.
Voiced by: Shiori Izawa (Japanese), Jennifer Woodward (English)
A young girl who is doing her best to put an end to the chaos caused by the outbreak of the Devil's Plague on planet Leverance. Verda is a child genius who has been named a leading research expert on the Devil's Plague.
Voiced by: Aoi Yuuki (Japanese)
Voiced by: Masako Nozawa (Japanese)
Voiced by: Toshiyuki Toyonaga (Japanese)
The youngest of five sons of an aristrocrat, belonging to the Luxter family. He travels alone, in order to stop a war that's been ocurring between neighbouring countries. Makes his first appearance in the second season of Star Ocean: Anamnesis -Twin Eclipse-.
- Affectionate Nickname: He's called "Yri-boy" by Welch.
- Bishōnen: He's very good-looking.
- Childhood Friend: With Welch.
- Dual Wielding: His fighting style, with swords made specifically to him by Welch. Of course, the weapons can be changed.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Despite not being the Protagonist, his design is based on one following the series tradition. So considering Evelysse has yellow hair, the next one would have blue hair.
- Ship Tease: 5 chapters into the second season, and there's plenty of it with Welch. Fanbase in Japan was quick enough to ship them too.
Tropes about her are listed in the main page.
Voiced by: Chinatsu Akasaki (Japanese)
A young woman who leads Basshern army's main force. She joins the search for Tika's parents. She makes her first appearance in the second season of Star Ocean: Anamnesis -Twin Eclipse-.
- Boobs of Steel: She has a huge bust size, not mention she's feared by a whole nation. Her unit, while giving the part ATK buffs and AP reduction, made her one the best characters in the game.
- The Dreaded: Belonging to Basshern army, she's known as the "Witch of Beasts" and is feared by the people of Lubarica.
- Ms. Fanservice: With an oufit which doesn't cover a lot of her body and artwork makes sure you notice her rather large bust and long legs.
- She's Got Legs: Her skirt shows off a lot of leg.
Voiced by: Mutsumi Tamura (Japanese)
Henri un Loup
Voiced by: Yoshimasa Hosoya (Japanese)
Masked Man/Ricardo Blunche
Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita (Japanese)
The Masked Man is of mysterious origin and is met on the planet Daftine, joining the search for Tika's parents. The team is not sure if he is friend or foe. He's actually Tika's older brother. Makes his first appearance in the second season of Star Ocean: Anamnesis -Twin Eclipse-.