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A friendly, pipe-smoking giant. Leads the Sustain faction.
- Don't Fear the Reaper: While he seems to be associated with death, and might even be a shinigami, he's a very soft-spoken and gentle person.
- Brilliant, but Lazy: He's pretty capable intellectually, but whether or not he'll take any action is another story.
- Brutal Honesty: All with a usually-smiling face. Why sugarcoat things?
Franceska "Frank" Guerriero
An angry little lady in Spread X who loves movies and monsters.
- Awesome, but Impractical: Used a sword as a crutch after losing her leg, even when more practical options were available.
- Cute Bruiser: Five feet tall, fashion forward, and usually one of the first to punch. Took down an aberrant with the blunt side of an ax (and some arcana assists).
- MacGyvering: Likes to rig contraptions out of whatever they have available around the island. Examples Include:
- Making chalk and a blackboard out of plaster and paint for a Friend.
- Storing her prescription contacts in glass jars with solution put together from a fireside distillery and table salt.
Jean Claude "JC" Gaultier
- Military School: For the majority of his childhood where he basically underwent The Spartan Way mostly because of the financial status label
- Allergic to Routine: What can they say! The world is full of too much to do the same old stuff all the time!
Pippa Mayumi Takemura
- The Fashionista: Played straight. She's someone with a very passionate love of fashion.
- Fashion Model: A supermodel who's been modeling since she was 14.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The foolish younger sibling to her responsible elder sister, Olivia.
- Girly Bruiser: Takes very quickly to solving things physically when it comes to dispatching monsters, all while dressed extremely femininely.
- Power Glows: One of the side effects of becoming an alter is that her hair glows whenever she's happy/excited.
- Power Tattoo: After becoming an alter, she now has yellow, blue, and cyan ribbon-like markings that spiral up from her hands to her elbows.
- Wide-Eyed Idealist: Prefers to see the good in things, and hope for the best.
- Being Personal Isn't Professional: Maintains a strict, detached demeanor around the clock for the sake of professionalism.
- Chekhov's Gun: Made a glass shiv during an arts-and-crafts session with Marinette, initially intended for self-defense. They end up using it to kill Morgan when Lemon's smoke goes horribly wrong.
- Karma Houdini: With the exception of some jabs here and there, they get away with murder relatively scot-free.
- Action Girl: Commonly seen charging straight into battle with nothing but a knife.
- The Alcoholic: Loves to drink. Innocuous enough at the start, but slowly becomes indicative of a greater problem. Also evokes the Lady Drunk. When she's really drunk, she gets a little wild.
- Broken Bird: At the start of Act 1, Rey possesses an extremely black and white, misanthropic view of humanity due to her upbringing. However, forming connections with the other humans helps her change her mind gradually. That is, for a while at least.
- Cannot Spit It Out: Rey with most things involving her feelings. Driven home when she's unable to say anything to a pleading JC after her confrontation with Phoenix.
- Emotion Suppression: Rey's main mode of coping is to pretend she doesn't have feelings to start with. If this doesn't work, well, there's always the bottle.
- Friendship Moment: Lots of them, but most notably the end of Act 2.1 Open, where Rey, who previously spurned many potential comrades, suddenly declares Daniel, Antony, and Ulex her friends. What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Also seen in key moments with both Luce and Svend.
- Functional Addict: Despite being so often inebriated, Rey cares about getting work done and is much more reliable than her party girl persona might suggest.
- Girly Bruiser: She fights in dresses and heels.
- Hidden Heart of Gold: Despite her demeanor, Rey holds more faith in people than she cares to admit. This is obvious in her actions and attempts to keep others out of harm's way, but it's even more obvious in her close relationships.
- Just Friends: Rey's relationship with Luce, despite how close they are. Eventually subverted when she belatedly realizes she has feelings for him.
- Love Epiphany: Happens a few days before Act 2.1 with Luce. Unbeknownst to him, his words have a huge impact on her.
- Manic Pixie Dream Girl: Subverted. Rey has her own share of problems; her outgoing, impulsive nature is merely a distraction.
- Perky Goth: Played straight, then subverted. A tamer example of this trope, Rey's outgoing and expressive nature contrasts with her choice in wardrobe. Subverted when it becomes clear she actually does hate everyone.
- Really Gets Around: Rey loves to flirt and is regularly promiscuous, even after landing on Eden.
- Surrounded by Idiots: A sentiment she tends to express inwardly, if not out loud. It doesn't help her alcohol problem.
- Tragic Keepsake: Luce bought her a dress shortly before his murder. Also, his trademark earring.
- You Are Better Than You Think You Are: Despite her insistence on a dog-eat-dog ideology, Rey has a surprising amount of belief in individuals, from telling Svend he is a good person to telling Luce he is worth something. Ironically, she does not believe this of herself, prompting her friends tell her the same things she's told them.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Her hair is dyed an obnoxious hot pink at the start of Act 1.
- King Incognito: Came to New York incognito to experience common life. She even worked at McDonalds!
Theodore Williams Jr.
- Mad Doctor: He doesnt have the best rep as a doctor, especially when he prefers the dead to the living and is requesting for your corpse in death.
- Necromantic: He really, really, really, really, wants to revive the dead. A corpse held his hand once, and he fell in love with them and the hope they gave him.