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UX (Unknown X-trikers)

    Agnes "Agni" Berge 
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Voiced by: Chihiro Suzuki

A 19-year old ensign-ranked pilot belonging to the EFF forces in North America. Raised with his parents, Agnes grew up in the facility and treats them all as his family. He’s a serious and gentle character but shows his strength and determination when the lives of others are in danger. Agnes also values the lives of others more than anything and will do everything he can to protect those around him, even if it means standing up against much stronger foes. He pilots the Riot B, a customized unit used in close combat and later inherits the Orphes from Richard.


  • BFS: The Riot B's Proton Saber (Maximum Output) and the Odyssea's sword during the End of Rebirth attack.
  • Badass Baritone: He has a slightly deeper voice in Act 3, signifying his more serious and professional attitude at this point.
  • Character Development: Arnie started out somewhat of a douchebag, but after being captured by UX and seeing Richard, he realized there needs to be a justice outside of laws like UX and aspires to become like Richard. The fact that he was willing to pilot the Orphes, knowing what it could do to his body is telling. After Richard's death, he immediately inherited Richard's role to honor his legacy and he has the same characteristics as him in Act 3, let alone being more carefree and cautious in battle.
  • Childhood Friends: He grew up with Jin, making their eventual confrontations even harder for him.
  • Curtains Match the Window: He has red eyes and reddish-brown hair.
  • Decoy Protagonist: Not him, but rather his initial machine, Riot B. Despite what the promotional material and the first two stages suggest, it isn't the official MC mech of UX; Richard's Orphes is, and Agni doesn't start piloting that until Stage 11.
  • Determinator: He will rush in to protect his allies whenever they get into a bad situation, and he won't back down even when the enemy is significantly more powerful than him.
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: His portrait as of Act 3 makes him look like more like a woman than previously.
  • Expy: Of Luke fon Fabre due to having the same seiyuu and the stance of the Riot B's Proton Saber (Maximum Output). Somewhat in personality as well, after their Character Development later on.
    • Orphes and Odyssea, on the other hand, is one to Hissatsu series, a Japanese Jidaigeki title, where assassins use a variety of weapons to kill criminals. Lots of Agnes's combat lines are also taken from that series; and don't even mention the BGM used during End of Rebirth.
  • Fiery Redhead: Subverted. Despite his reddish shade of hair, he's more mild-mannered compared to his aggressive blue-haired friend Jin.
  • Gender-Blender Name: "Agnes' is usually a name you see on girls.
  • Hello, [Insert Name Here]: You can name him what you want, as nobody has voiced lines where they say his name; whenever Saya supports him during gameplay, she simply refers to him as "Ensign."
  • In-Series Nickname: "Agni," which is always what people refer to him as if they're not calling him "Ensign Berge."
  • Katanas Are Just Better: Odyssea wields a glowing energy katana during End of Rebirth attack.
  • Leitmotif: Changes based on the situation:
    • "Fighting Spirit to The Future" (when piloting the Riot B)
    • "The Shadow-Cutting Darkness" (when piloting Orphes)
    • "To Awaken is the Will of Man" (when piloting Odyssia)
    • "The Howling Deathblow" (when using the final attack for the Orphesor Odyssea).
  • Mid-Season Upgrade: He gets two in the form of the Orphesand the overpowered Odyssea.
  • Naïve Newcomer: When he first meets Richard and Saya, they act like a bunch of comedians to fool him, and even after finding out they're with the UX, he still believes they're better off living as actors/comedians (comic story tellers) than mercenaries.
  • Nice Guy: In contrast to Jin, he's kind and accepting.
  • Ninja Mech: The Orphes, and later the Odyssea, has noticeable ninja traits.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Played with; The Riot A is red while the Riot B is blue. However, Jin has the calm blue eyes whereas Agnes has the red eyes.
  • Spell My Name Withan S: Arnie or Annie? Well he is a male...
  • Super Prototype: The Riot B (along with the Riot A) are the basis for the mass-produced Riot Cs.
    • The Orphes and later the more overpowered Odyssea are equipped with the powerful Lepton Vector Engine.
  • Supporting Protagonist: He might be the primary viewpoint character, but Saya is more important to the overall story.
  • Vocal Evolution: His voice is significantly deeper by Act 3.

    Saya Krueger 
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Voiced by: Ai Kobayashi

Saya is an 18-year-old mercenary working with the organization called Unknown Strikers. she’s a pro among pros that never lets her emotions interfere with any given mission, often sent on undercover missions but her weakness is not being able to express non-combat related feelings. She pilots the support fighter Lyrath, which is equipped with the Lepton Vector Engine.


  • Ace Custom: The Lyrath is her personal machine.
  • Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: She has black hair and a generally stoic dispostion.
  • Artificial Human: Saya is an artificial life-form created to control both Orphes and Lyrath' "Particle Acceleration Reactor".
  • Leitmotif: "The Shadow-Cutting Darkness" and "The Radiance of Life" in the stages following Odyssia's debut.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: Due to Richard not wanting anyone to find out their identity during undercover missions, she acts like a foreigner who speaks bad English and a comedy gag to make sure they aren't found suspicious by being so serious.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Saya is serious during battle, but has a hard time conveying her personal feelings properly.
  • You Are Better Than You Think You Are: At one point, She mentions she's a failure since she's incapable of fully controlling it which resulted Richard and even Agnes's life depletion. Seeing her in pain, Agnes still comforts her that "it's alright".

    Richard Krueger 
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Voiced by: Jurota Kosugi

Saya's father and also a member of the Unknown Strikers Mercenary group. Considered as a patriot in the battlefield, Richard does countless unrecognized jobs for his country that cannot be seen by the public. He pilots the mysterious unit Orphes, a close combat unit equipped with the Lepton Vector Engine.


  • Ace Custom: Orphes
  • Dangerous Forbidden Technique: The Hell Stringer Technique is basically a combination attack with the Lyrath that uses the Lepton Vector Engine. He uses it to bent the space & time, so he could survive. His body was already screwed up by then and that use pretty much was the final nail.
  • Forbidden Chekhov's Gun: The Orphes' Lepton Vector Engine which is a portable "Particle Acceleration Reactor". Basically what it can do is bypass space and time but the problem is that it damages human organs through continuous use. Think of it kinda like a semi-time machine but the pilot's getting microwaved.
  • Game-Breaking Injury: During Scenario 10, Richard gets hospitalized because he took damage when being out in the field to defend the ship. The ships took damage to the departure hatches and robots as well got hit by the Magnetic storms, and he was probably one of the only ones that could sortie.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Richard sacrifices himself during the Mazinkaiser SKL finale, in the stead of Kaidou and Magami who would most likely have survived like in the OVA.
  • Heroic Self-Deprecation: He considers himself to be good-for-nothing and can be rather hard on himself, one such example is how he would accept a meal only after completing a mission which he considers worthy.
  • Leitmotif: "The Shadow-Cutting Darkness". "The Howling Deathblow" is also associated with him due to the cutscenes in which he uses the Hell Stringer.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: He takes up a foreigner act and starts talking mixture of easy words from languages to pretend he's not a serious mercenary when he's on cover missions with Saya, Agnes is completely fooled by this and thinks they are comedians (comic story tellers).
  • Set Right What Once Went Wrong: Apparently, Richard came from the past 200 years back part of the victim of the "Odeusight" test which transferred him not in the present era but in the 30 years future (the Future where he meets Katou Kikan [Linebarrel]) and Prof. Noble again and she gave her Orphes and Lyrath plus Saya which while using "Lepton Vectra" brought them to the present era. And so since he saw the outcome of the future (which apparently the world ends from what Katou Kikan mentions), Richard was trying to change the future.

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    Jin Spencer 
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Voiced by: Masaya Matsukaze

  • Ace Custom: The Riot A and later the Vijaya.
  • Anti-Villain: As of Act 2, where he's working towards a noble goal through questionable means.
  • BFG: Wields one when piloting the Riot A and the Vijaya.
  • Childhood Friends: He grew up with Agnes, which only added to his feelings of betrayal upon first seeing him with the UX.
  • Dead Person Conversation: Jin gives Agnes a pep-talk during the final stage after his death in a previous stage.
  • Enemy Mine: Jin may be opposed to UX, but he nonetheless decides to join forces with them in Scenario 45 to help fight the Human Machina.
  • Evil Counterpart: Vijaya is one for Orphes.
  • Good All Along: Arnie and Saya get to have a conversation with Jin and Ayul where Arnie fully realizes that Jin truly has no ill intent. Jin just really, really wants to stop the apocalypse from coming about and will do anything to defeat you to make that happen.
  • Leitmotif: "Fighting Spirit to The Future" (when piloting the Riot B) and "The Proud Challengers" (when piloting Vijaya).
  • Mercy Kill: If anyone defeats the Red Riot in Scenario 45, the Particle Accelerator Reactor in it becomes unstable. Jin, acting quickly, shoots down his subordinate so that he doesn't have to suffer. Because this would also kill many others in the vicinity.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Played with; The Riot A is red while the Riot B is blue. However, Jin has the calm blue eyes whereas Agnes has the red eyes.
  • The Rival: For Agnes.
  • Super Prototype: The Riot B (along with the Riot A) are the basis for the mass-produced Riot Cs.

    Ayul Dylan 
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Voiced by: Ai Nonaka

Professor Noble's 17-year-old daughter. She becomes Jin's partner as the pilot of the Trauba.


  • Anti-Villain: Even moreso than Jin, as she never shows any animosity towards the heroes even when she helps villainous groups.
  • Artificial Human: She artificially created by Professor Noble.
  • Leitmotif: "The Proud Challengers".
  • The Rival: Serves as a rival to Saya. Technically doubles as a Sibling Rivalry.

    Noble Dylan (UNMARKED SPOILERS) 
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Voiced by: Yukana

A scientist for the Earth Federation, responsible for the creation of the Riot series of machines.


  • Ace Custom: The Avatara serves as her one-of-a-kind machine.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: She grows to immense size upon becoming the physical embodiment of Kali Yuga.
  • Big Bad: It's revealed that she's behind most of the game's events.
  • Demonic Possession: She gets taken over by Kali Yuga during the final mission.
  • Leitmotif: "The Proud Challengers".
  • Meaningful Name: Avatara is a pun of the word Avatar.
  • Past-Life Memories: Professor Noble retains memories from the previous life of the universe, and is trying to find a way to overcome the end of the universe.
  • Taking a Third Option: After the heroes broke the time loop, their combined possibilities threatened to spread out and attract corruption from outside the universe. Kali Yuga attempted to stop this by returning all of their possibilities to chaos. However, Noble found a third way: combining all of the possibilities into one.
  • Walking Spoiler: It becomes clear that she's more than just an attractive Federation scientist, to the point where it's hard to talk about her without spoiling some major event.
  • Wave-Motion Gun: The strongest weapon of her Avatara are a pair of shoulder-mounted cannons.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Her ultimate goal is to free the universe from its endless cycle, and she's willing to do whatever it takes to do it.

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Kali Yuga

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Voiced by: Naoko Matsui

A system designed to return all possibilities to chaos when they become too much for the universe to bear, allowing another Yuga to begin. She is both the goddess who saves the universe and a devil of destruction.


  • Above Good and Evil: Basically speaking, as she is summoned into the chaotic world, she'll bring about The End of the World as We Know It and wipe out all life, both good and evil.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: She is the biggest unit in the game at a Size 3L. Due to this, she gets massive size attack damage mods on most of your units and even gets them against the battleships in the game.
  • Buxom Is Better: To an absurd level; just by her size scale alone, she has the biggest chest out of all the SRW originals gals, even if she is kinda cheating by virtue of being a 1999.0M tall Physical Goddess.
  • Leitmotif: "The End of Yuga."
  • Light Is Not Good: Despite her holy appearance, she's trying to bring about the end of the universe.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: Her duty is to end any given universe at a certain point so it can restart.
  • Physical Goddess: She's referred to by most of the characters as a god, and given that she's ended the universe multiple times in the past, the title isn't just for show.

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