A team made out of former villains and criminals, organized by persons unknown to hunt down dangerous criminals and battle the Illuminati Society.
Hunter/Robyn CanmoreThe middle child of the modern-day Canmore siblings, and the former second-in-command of Jason's band of Hunters. After Jason's apparent death during the Hunt, she came to realize the pointlessness of the vendetta, and eventually made a full HeelFace Turn and became the leader of the Redemption Squad.
- The Atoner: For a lifetime of hunting gargoyles.
- Badass Normal
- Belligerent Sexual Tension: With Dingo.
- Boxed Crook: For blowing up the NYPD's clocktower station.
- Dark Action Girl
Dingo/Harry MonmouthA former mercenary, raised by professional thief and Illuminatus John Oldcastle from youth. After years as a mercenary, including as an inaugural member of The Pack, he tried his hand at becoming an old-fashioned Superhero. When his criminal past came flying back to him in the form of Hunter, however, he saw little choice but to join the Redemption Squad.
- Awesome Aussie: And damn proud of it, mates!
- The Atoner: For his time as a mercenary, particularly as a member of the Pack.
- Belligerent Sexual Tension: With Hunter.
- Boxed Crook
- Weapon of Choice: He's pretty versatile, using everything from guns to bolos with incredible proficiency. But as the resident Awesome Aussie, is there really anything more appropriate than a good ol' Battle Boomerang?
MatrixA Xanatos Enterprises nano-tech project that developed into a full-blown Artificial Intelligence. While it was initially created to "pursue order," and judged that it needed to spread itself across the planet Earth in order to do so, Dingo was able to convince it to stop and join forces with him.
- Achilles' Heel: While it's one of the most powerful non-magical entities around, it can be disabled completely with an EMP.
- Catchphrase: "Law and order." Dingo only stopped it initially because his request to pursue "law and order" instead convinced Matrix that its programming parameters were incomplete. As such the AI pursues a greater understanding of the phrase with just as much vigor.
- Instant A.I.: Just Add Water!
- No Sense of Humor: Comes with the territory of a mechanical mind. It does appreciate "musical rhythms," however.
- The Symbiote: When joining with Dingo in battle, Matrix acts something like this.
YamaFormerly the Second-in-Command of the Ishimura Clan, he was banished after betraying the Clan by enacting a secret plan with Taro. He will be allowed back only when he has determined he's earned redemption... and unfortunately, there is no harsher judge of Yama's actions than Yama himself.
- The Atoner: For betraying his Clan to Taro, as he initially believed that Taro's Gargoyles Theme Park was the best way to take initiative toward the inevitable reveal of the Ishimura Clan to the public.
- Everything's Better with Samurai
- Honor Before Reason: Shades of this, especially in his lapsed relationship with his mate Sora; she offered to join him in exile, but he refused to return to her until he found redemption.
- Katanas Are Just Better: His preferred Weapon of Choice.
- Ronin: Has explicitly referred to himself as this.
Fang/Fred SykesOne of Sevarius' first round of mutates. Initially a homeless man named Fred Sykes, he tried to wrest control of the Labyrinth from Talon, but ended up imprisoned there as a result. After fighting the Redemption Squad on their first real mission, he ended up joining the team.
- Boxed Crook
- Half-Human Hybrid
- Jerkass: The vast majority of the time.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: This shows up, however, when the subject turns to his old friend Flint Marko. The fact that they still haven't been able to separate "Mud-Thing" frustrates the hell out of Fang.
- Shock and Awe: Has the ability to fire bolts of electricity from his hands.
The Director]]A mysterious civil servant to whom the Redemption Squad reports.