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Asap Suzuki

Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama

Pilots: Nanajin

A student attending college in Tokyo, he is dragged into the underground world of Byston Well through a chance encounter with Lyukusu and the Wings of Rean.

  • But Not Too Foreign: His mother is Japanese, whilst his father is American.
  • Heroic Bastard: Being born of an affair between his mother Tokiko and his father Alex doesn't stop him from being heroic.
  • Phenotype Stereotype: The blond hair he inherited from his American father is proof of him being biracial.
  • Nom de Mom: Instead of being named Asap Gorem, he uses his mom's surname Suzuki, possibly due his own issues with his dad.

Lyukusu Sakomizu

Voiced by: Yu Shimamura

Pilots: Gim Genen

Princess of the Byston Well's Houjou nation, she steals the Wings of Rean in rebellion against her father, which leads her to meeting Asap in the surface world.

  • Ace Custom: The Gim Genen she is seen piloting has highlights that are green instead of the usual turquoise.
  • But Not Too Foreign: She was born and raised in Byston Well, but her father is Japanese.
  • Rebellious Princess: She goes against her father to show how she disapproves of his ambition.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Her given name can also be romanized as "Luxe, Ryuks, Ryukus," ect.


Voiced by: Yui Horie

A Mi Ferario ordered by Jacoba to assist Asap, she rides alongside him in his Aura Battler.

    Byston Well 

Shinjiro Sakomizu

Voiced by: Rikiya Koyama

Pilots: Oukaou

King of the Houjou Nation, he was originally a fighter plane pilot from World War 2-era Japan who fell into Byston Well. He seeks to one day return to his home nation, and meeting Asap gives him hope that he can do just that.

  • Big Bad: The main conflict of the series is caused by his desire to return to Japan and defeat America.
  • Samurai: He certainly styles himself as one, which also shows in the design of his Oukaou.

Codorre Sakomizu

Voiced by: Marika Hayashi

Wife of King Sakomizu and Lyukusu's stepmother, she is often less seen as less than happy with her family.

  • Fantastic Racism: She has little to no real love for her surfacer husband, and this also applies to her stepdaughter that inherited his blood.
  • Your Cheating Heart: She's having an affair with Kotto, likely to secure his loyalty.

Kotto Hin

Voiced by: Shin-ichiro Miki

Commands: Fugaku

A general of the Houjou nation, he is of the same clan as Codorre.

  • Cool Ship: He serves as captain of one, the Fugaku.
  • Number Two: Serves as Codorre's go-to guy when she wants something done.

Kasumi Sugai

Voiced by: Keiji Hirai

Pilots: Raiden

A general of the Houjou clan.

Murassa Men

Voiced by: Mayumi Asano

Pilots: Raiden

A general of the Houjou clan.

Amalgam Rudol

Voiced by: Yutaka Nagano

Pilots: Gim Genen

A former comrade of Sakomizu, he now leads a Rebel Army against him.

  • Ace Custom: His Gim Genen's has highlights are orange-red.
  • Old Soldier: Getting on in the years won't stop him from fighting in an Aura Battler.
  • We Used to Be Friends: While he once called Sakomizu his friend, he cannot stand by and watch him misuse his power.

Jacoba Aon

Voiced by: Yuko Kaida


    Surface World 

Rouri Yahan

Voiced by: Hiroshi Tsuchida

Pilots: Shinden

One of Asap's roommates, he ends up joining Sakomizu's army for the chance to pilot an Aura Battler.

Heiji Kanamoto

Voiced by: Shingo Tanabe

Pilots: Shinden

Another of Asap's roommates, he joins Rouri piloting Aura Battlers for Houjou.

Alex Gorem

Voiced by: Toru Okawa

An American colonel stationed in Japan, he is Asap's father, but the two have not spoken in a while.

  • Phenotype Stereotype: You can tell he's American from his blond hair.
  • The Maiden Name Debate: In a variation, he introduces himself to Lyukusu as "Alex Suzuki," as proof to Asap that he's coming to Japan to live with him and Tokiko.
  • Your Cheating Heart: Despite already being married at the time, he fell in love and had Asap with Tokiko Suzuki. He tells Tokiko that he will divorce his wife and come back for her and their child and at the end of the series, he does just that.


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