Take a Stand
- Bi the Way: This becomes a major plot point with massive consequences in Star of Ceartais.
- Dating Catwoman: Andraste has an affair with Ronin, without Luna's knowledge, initially. Which starts to lead to them forming an actual relationship, and Ronin begins to help Team Ceartais secretly.
- Domino Mask: Until she begins going as "The Maiden" in The Broken Mirror.
- Grade Skipper: She is a surgeon by 22, suggesting she started college very early.
- Number Two: Of Team Ceartais.
- Talking Down the Suicidal: In Ch. 6 of The Broken Mirror, she talks Retsuko, who at the time though her boyfriend Haida was dead, into not jumping off a building.
- That Man Is Dead: Her attitude towards her former vigilante persona, Andraste, a stance her therapist considers unhealthy. Which leads to Andraste developing into a Split Personality when Luna is forced to take up the bow again.
Olivia Dawson / Spitfire (Code Name)
- Expy: She has more than a few traits in common with Tony Stark.
- Gadgeteer Genius: She runs a tech company that experiments in nanotech and built a mech-suit. She'll also admit to being a Mad Scientist.
- Happily Adopted: After her birth parents' deaths she was adopted by Dr. Dawson and Basil.
- Humongous Mecha: Spitfire would be one for a mouse, making it about the size of a Mobile-Suit Human.
- The Leader: Of Team Ceartais.
Star of Ceartais
Robyn Heather Wilde-Savage / The Undying Scarlet (Code Name)
- Action Mom
- All Genes Are Codominant: She looks mostly like a tall orange rabbit with a fox tail and a mix of canine and bunny teeth.
- Bi the Way
- Expy: Scarlet is inspired from Jessica Jones and Wolverine.
- Good Thing You Can Heal: She relies a lot on her near-immortality, and her grandpa uses normal arrows when training her.
- Healing Factor: Her wounds can heal in seconds. In The Broken Mirror, Ironheart makes her a suit that regenerates along with her.
- Magical Defibrillator: Her heart stops from septic shock in Ch. 5 of Star of Ceartais, but the defibrillator manages to revive her after the second shock (and the Steel Blood injection).
- Nanomachines: She was injected with nanite (named "Project Steel Blood") prototypes to cure her gut wound and the sepsis contracted from it. This is what gave her her Healing Factor and Super Strength.
Hannah Marian Savage (Wilde-Savage since the epilogue of Star of Ceartais) / Bullet (Code Name)
- Action Mom
- All Genes Are Codominant: She looks like a vixen, but has her rabbit father's unique pigmentation.
- Abnormal Ammo: The first time she and her friends try to be vigilantes, she takes a shotgun loaded with rock salt. After being recruited into Ceartais, she's given special bullets with gel tips that deliver contact tranquilizers.
- Affectionate Nickname: "Blind Badass", by Robyn.
- Blind Weaponmaster: Was a skilled marksmammal before she was blinded. Afterwards, her new senses can compensate.
- Disability Superpower: The Steel Blood didn't repair her eyes, but it did enhance her other senses and generates electrical pulses that give her a radar-like sense.
- Domino Mask: Complete with opaque plastic lenses to cover up her blindness.
- Expy: Bullet is inspired from Daredevil and Bullseye.
- Eye Scream: During the Wave, she's blinded by an exploding gas canister, burning out her retinas.
- Handicapped Badass
- Healing Factor: Has a minor one herself, able to recover from a broken wrist in a couple hours.
- Lipstick Lesbian: In the dance team, and gay as a double rainbow.
- Nanomachines: Was, too, injected with Steel Blood prototypes. Though they didn't cure her eyes, they amplified her other senses.
Kodi Jones / The Mage (Code Name)
- Domino Mask: Complete with Heads-Up Display.
- Gratuitous Latin: Activates a light-bending gadget and a Deflector Shield (both on his belt) by shouting "Evanescet!" and "Praesidium!", respectively.
- Magic from Technology: The light-bending gadget, Deflector Shield and HUD mask mentioned above, but also a set of playing cards with different functions, and a wand that controls electronics. All made by Olivia.
- Not That Kind of Mage: In Ch. 22 of The Broken Mirror, Doctor Strange initially has the impression that Kodi is an actual mage, and berates him when finding out he isn't.
- Strange does begin training him in Ch. 25, though.
- The Big Guy: Of Team Ceartais.
- Hulking Out: He's kidnapped by a government agency that injects him with a Super Serum — which causes him to temporarily grow 11 feet tall, muscled, and bulletproof — and implants the drug delivery system at the base of his spine. He escapes before they implant the control device though.
- Interspecies Romance: He's dating Jasiri Outlander, a hyena.
- They even have a child: Mufasa.
- The Runaway: In Star of Ceartais, he runs away from home after an argument with his parents and a punch to the nose by an angry Nala. This is how he meets Jasiri.
Alice Kirabito (Wilde in The Broken Mirror) / Ronin (Code Name in Star of Ceartais) / Yurei (Code Name in The Broken Mirror)
- Alice Allusion
- Depraved Bisexual: Pan, but definitely depraved. She acquires a bit of an obsession with Andraste in Star of Ceartais.
- Life-or-Limb Decision: In Ch. 50 of Star of Ceartais, having her arm crushed under a cargo container by the Drowned, she hacks it off with her katana and cauterizes the stump with a flare.
- Love Redeems: Her relationship with Luna ends up leading her to give up her life of crime and join up with Ceartais.
- Multi-Ethnic Name: Alice (French) Kirabito (Japanese)
- Swiss Army Appendage: In The Broken Mirror, she now has two interchangeable arm prostheses. A normal one for her civilian life, and one with multiple weapons and grappling hooks for her work as Yurei.
- Yakuza: She was trained by them. As Ronin, she was originally an enforcer/assassin for them. But, as her nickname suggested, she's since gone freelance.
- Adaptational Villainy
- Better to Die than Be Killed: In Ch. 54, she blows herself up with a grenade on a rooftop after being incapacitaded by Spitfire and having the location of the last Styx bomb revealed.Andraste: SPITFIRE, LOOK OUT!
Fuli: For the Wave.
- Named by the Adaptation
- A Lizard Named "Liz": "Duma" is the Swahili word for "cheetah".
Wendell Pinkerton / TNTiger
An assassin couple sent to kill Andraste in Ch. 30. They are killed in that same scene by Ronin, however.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: How Goigoi dies.
- I Can't Feel My Legs: Said by Reirei upon getting a shuriken to the base of her spine.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Reirei has her head impaled by Ronin's sword.
- Named by the Adaptation: The surname comes from Phil LaMarr, Goigoi's voice actor in The Lion Guard.
- Unholy Matrimony