Name: Adler Koch AKA: Dr. Adler Koch Voice Actor: Keisuke Yamashita Status: Human; deceased Rank: Commander-In-Chief (After Bian Zoldark's death) Affiliations: The School (Before OG), Divine Crusaders (OG 1/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Unknown Mecha: Rhinoceras (OG 1/OGs), Gray Stork (OGs), Killer Whale (Divine Wars), Valsion Custom (Divine Wars)
70 year-old Alder Koch was the founder and former instructor of The School, and was partly responsible for the brutal training and conditioning the children there were put through. When the facility was shut down, he headed to the Extra-Over Technological Investigative Institute, and helped Bian Zoldark establish the Divine Crusaders. While Bian had his goals to reform the Earth Federation government, Adler had his own agenda of world domination, with plans to create vast unmanned mobile weapons, in order to combat the alien invaders. An arrogant man, but a brilliant scientist, he was the one who saw potential within Tenzan Nakajima, recruiting him into the Divine Crusaders' ranks, although Adler was somewhat embarrassed by his decision, after witnessing Tenzan's recklessness and behavior on the battlefield.
When Bian was killed at Aidoneus Island, Adler assumed full command of the Divine Crusaders, heading along his path of world domination. He ordered Tempest Hawker and Tenzan to kidnap Princess Shine Hausen, after he finished creating the GEIM System and mass-producing the new Valsion Custom. Leading the remaining Divine Crusaders to Geneva, Alder would attempt to take the Earth Federation capital with the Valsions, but after seeing his crazed ambition and unyielding for power, his subordinates would desert him in the battle, and he dies when his Rhinoceras battleship is destroyed.
In Original Generations, it is discovered that Adler was the one who stopped funding Wilhelm von Jürgen's ODE System, after he assumed command when Bian died, since he wanted the research to go towards his GEIM System. In the animated Super Robot Wars Original Generation: Divine Wars, Adler escapes in a Valsion Custom, just before his Killer Whale battleship is destroyed, but was killed by Sanger Zonvolt and his Grungust Type-0.
Name: Águila Setme AKA: Dr. Águila Setme Voice Actor: Ako Mayama Status: Human; deceased Rank: N/A Affiliations: The School (Before OG), Neo Divine Crusaders (OG 2/OGs), Shadow-Mirror (OG 2/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Kenzo Kobayashi (Former lab assistant) Mecha: Rhinoceras (OG 2/OGs), Bergelmir (OG 2/OGs)
Águila Setme was a former lab assistant for Dr. Kenzo Kobayashi, helping him design and create the T-Link System. Águila is known to have a skill in fabricating false memories, and did so for Kenzo's test subjects, so as to advance his research. However, a lab explosion would force her to relocate to the Earth Federation Army facility, known as The School, in order to train its new recruits. Some of the trainees under her would be Latooni-11, Bronzo-27, Bronzo-28 and Aurum-1. When The School was shut down by the Federation, Águila and her "students" relocated to the Earth Cradle and continued their "training".
A cruel, harsh woman, Águila merely used her School trainees for war purposes, and to fulfill her own ambitions -- even the loss of Latooni-11 didn't matter much to her, after considering the Latooni-class a failure. When the Divine Crusader Remnants needed soldiers, she sent Bronzo-27 and Bronzo-28 to assist their forces, while enhancing Aurum-1's combat capabilities. The appearance of the Shadow-Mirror would force her to defect from the Neo Divine Crusaders, as their technology could be put to good use for Águila's own desires. During this time, she would develop a new GEIM System, one far superior to the one Adler Koch had designed, using Aurum-1 as its base user.
When she discovered Latooni-11 was still alive and Bronzo-28 had defected to the Earth Federation Army, after he was captured when his machine was shot down, Águila would attempt to manipulate Bronzo-27's memory and have her attack Bronzo-28, but the memory alteration would fail, ending with Bronzo-27 siding with her partner instead. Things would almost go her way when a confused Mai Kobayashi had fled from her comrades and an ailing Aya Kobayashi went to retrieve her. Águila would reveal to the sisters they were never biologically related to each other, nor to their father, Kenzo -- their memories were fabricated by her when they were Kenzo's test subjects for his T-Link System research. It would seem she had the upper hand, but an intervention by Ryusei Date and the Original Generation cast stopped her from successfully manipulating the sisters. As the Earth Federation Army closed in on the Earth Cradle, Águila would make a last ditch effort to have Aurum-1, now totally purged of her memories (no thanks to Águila, of course), destroy the crew of the Kurogane. However, her memory alteration on Aurum-1 proved to be her last attempt to do harm, as she turned on Águila, having been convinced of her evil. As a final act, Aurum-1 would self-destruct her machine, destroying Águila in her Bergelmir, sacrificing herself to put an end to the mad woman once and for all, much to the sorrow of her School friends.
Águila's name is Spanish meaning Eagle.
Name: Albero Est
Voice Actor: Katsuhisa Houki
Group: None (Cry Wolves)
Mecha: Gespenst MK-II M, Gespenst MK-II M Kai (OG gaiden);Medius Locus, Medius Locus (Second Form), Medius Locus (Third Form) (MX)
Albero is the leader of the Cry Wolves squadron, a mercenary-like squad that performs various tasks. He had a son named Foglia Esto, and is the combat instructor of Hugo Medio.
In the MX Timeline, when the Cry Wolves squad was decimated by the Devil Gundam, Albero was forced to kill Foglia, as he became a zombie possessed by Devil Gundam Cells. This event led Albero bitter and he made it his personal mission to avenge his dead comrades. To that goal, he collaborated with Eldy Middi to steal the Medius Locus and wreaks havoc throughout the world, with Hugo and Aqua Centrum pursuing on his trail. It turns out that Albero also planned his betrayal to be a driving point to get Hugo to be stronger. After he accomplished his revenge, Albero perished in the battlefield, but he reminded Hugo to keep on living in his dying breath.
In the Original Generation timeline, Albero's story began when the squadron was in their prime. He, along with Hugo and Foglia has been sent into various missions to retrieve samples of Einsts as well as the Zweizergain, although he could only recover Soulgain. Later, Kai Kitamura gave him and Hugo customized Gespenst units that he would use throughout the Original Generation Gaiden saga.
The captured Einst, later known as Jetzt, eventually wreaks havoc and escaped. Albero gave pursuit, but in turn, the Jetzt Regisseur destroyed the whole squadron. As it tried to kill Albero, Foglia bravely covered his father and was killed in turn, though he did not get possessed unlike in the MX Storyline. To make matters worse, the creature heavily wounded Hugo. Thanks to the interruption of Axel Almer and Einst Alchemie, Albero managed to escape with Hugo, and Original Generation Gaiden later concludes with Albero learning that Hugo lost his body due to the wound.
Name: Archibald Grims AKA: Archibald Voice Actor: Takumi Yamazaki Status: Human; deceased Rank: Major Affiliations: Neo Divine Crusaders (OG 2/OGs), Shadow-Mirror (OG 2/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Unknown Mecha: Rhinoceras (OG 2/OGs), Guarlion Custom (OG 2/OGs), R Eins M (OG 2/OGs), Ash Saver (OG 2), Giganspada (OGs)
A cruel, bloodthirstly terrorist, 34 year-old Archibald Grims was the man involved in the Elpis Incident, which took the life of Elzam V. Branstein's wife, fueling the Branstein family's anger towards him. Following the incident, Archibald went into hiding, and reappeared six months after the L5 Campaign, now part of the Neo Divine Crusaders, under the command of Colonel Van Vat Tran as a Major. According to Archibald, his clan, the Grims, comes from an aristocratic background, rich in their influence and power to their nation's government. However, due to an altercation with the legendary Chōkijin, his family lost all their wealth and fled from the face of the public, for fear of shame. As such, Archibald has developed a strong resentment to the Chokijin.
Archibald's merciless, relentless acts of terrorism would garner him the attention of the Original Generation cast, especially Raidiese F. Branstein, who swore to kill him for bringing much sorrow to his family. During Operation Plantagenet, Archibald would defect from the Neo Divine Crusaders and side with the Shadow-Mirror, knowing they would be the ones who can bring him the carnage he so desires. His last stand occurred in the Earth Cradle, having been driven into a corner by the Branstein brothers. As he attempts to escape from his machine, the self-destruct sequence is accidentally activated and destroys it, along with Archibald.
Bian Zoldark is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as an enemy character in Super Robot Wars 2, Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation and Super Robot Wars Original Generations and briefly appeared in Super Robot Wars 2G, Super Robot Wars 3, Super Robot Wars EX, Super Robot Wars 4 and Super Robot Wars F Final.
Name: Bian Zoldark AKA: Dr. Bian Zoldark Voice Actor: Shozo Iizuka Status: Human; deceased Rank: Commander-In-Chief Affiliations: Divine Crusaders (2, OG 1/OGs), Extra-Over Technological Investigative Institute (OG 1/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Lune Zoldark (Daughter) Mecha: Valsion (2, OG 1/OGs) Themem Music: Valsion (Renamed The Valsion in the English-language localization of Original Generation 2) - Default theme in all appearances
At 44 years-old, Bian Zoldark is one Earth's most brilliant scientists. Prior to Original Generation, he sent his only daughter, Lune, to live at a space outpost in Jupiter for training to become a pilot. When Meteor-3 crashed to Earth, Bian founded the Extra-Over Technological Investigative Institute, after discovering alien technology inside the meteor. Through extensive research of Meteor-3, he theorized that it was sent by extraterrestrials who had a desire to conquer and subdue humanity, and brought his results to the world government. Heeding his warning, plans to create Personal Troopers and Real Troopers were in the works, but Bian knew this was not going to be enough. As such, he would secretly create a new faction beneath the Extra-Over Technological Investigative Institute's surface, whose sole purpose was to combat the extraterrestrial threat. However, the first obstacle would be to subjugate the current Earth Federation Army, then effectively bring down the Earth government, so as to let all humanity know the seriousness of the incoming threat, thereby allowing stronger weapons to be built.
Bian would recruit maybe talented officers into his newly created faction, the Divine Crusaders, as well as capable soldiers to lead his forces into battle. By mass-producing the new Lion units and their successive series, his army was now well-equipped to fight the Earth Federation Army. Bian would also create the Valsion for his own use, should he ever take to the field of battle. At the same time, on request from Lune, he had the Valsione built to her specifications. After allying with Maier V. Branstein and the United Colony Corps, he was ready to initiate his plans. When fellow scientist and friend, Shu Shirakawa, attacked and destroyed the alien delegation at the Antarctic with his Granzon, Bian publicly announced the existence of his Divine Crusaders, finally declaring war on the Earth government. His forces would completely overwhelm the Federation Army and was close to achieving world domination. Unfortunately, the crew of the Hagane had fought their way through to the Extra-Over Technological Investigative Institute, where Bian was located. As such, he would sortie out in his Valsion and meet them in battle. Bian would be defeated, but not before entrusting them the duty to protect the Earth, as they proved they were strong enough to combat the incoming threat.
Cuervo Cero is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as a non-playable character in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2 and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.
Name: Cuervo Cero AKA: Cuervo Voice Actor: N/A Status: Human; deceased Rank: Unknown Affiliations: The School (Before OG), Neo Divine Crusaders (OG 2/OGs), Shadow-Mirror (OG 2/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Radha Bairaban (Former assistant) Mecha: N/A
Cuervo Cero was a former School instructor, prior to the events in the Original Generation universe. One of the first trainees for the program would be Radha Bairaban, but seeing the difficulty and the stress the School had to offer, he opted Radha out, having her as an assistant, instead. Years later, he would encounter Latooni-11, Bronzo-27, Bronzo-28 and Aurum-1. To them, he was like a surrogate father, treating them with kindness and respect, even giving them full names, rather than addressing them by their designation.
When the School was shutdown, Cuervo stayed with Águila Setme to continue the program in secret, by joining with the Divine Crusaders. However, Radha would not come along with him and went to Mao Industries instead. When the events of Original Generation 2 unfolded, Águila has Cuervo sends Bronzo-27 and Bronzo-28, now known as Seolla Schweizer and Arado Balanga, to the aid of the Divine Crusader Remnants. Unfortunately, the sudden loss of Arado would force Cuervo to alter Seolla's memory, albeit reluctantly. Along with Águila, he would defect from the Neo Divine Crusaders to the Shadow-Mirror, and relocate to the Earth Cradle. Once again, unforeseen circumstances would have him alter both Seolla and Aurum-1's memories again, further fueling his guilty conscience.
When the Earth Federation Army successfully infiltrated the Earth Cradle, the supercomputer Magus made an attempt to restore the facility using Machine Cells, but it was too late. Cuervo would be trapped under the rubble, and though Radha, who was with the Federation forces, would try to save him, Cuervo would urge her to escape the Earth Cradle. In his dying breath, he asked Radha to forgive him for not following her and for what he did to the School children.
Cuervo's name is Spanish meaning crow.
Filio Presty is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as a non-playable character in Super Robot Wars Alpha 2, Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2 and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.
Name: Filio Presty AKA: Filio Voice Actor: Unknown Status: Human; deceased (Alpha timeline only) Rank: Unknown Affiliations: Divine Crusaders (OG 1/OGs), Project Terrestrial Dream (Alpha 2, OG 2/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Tsugumi Takakura (Fiance), Sleigh Presty (Sister), Ibis Douglas (Close friend), Elzam von Branstein (Close friend) Mecha: N/A
A brilliant scientist and engineer, Filio Presty worked at the Tesla Leicht Institute and was involved in the creation of the Tesla Drive. Prior to the events of Alpha 2 and Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation, he was recruited by Bian Zoldark to help design the Lion series of mecha for mass-production, although the decision would be one he would regret, as these machines would be used during the Divine Crusaders War. However, once the L5 Campaign was over, Filio subsequently formed Project Terrestrial Dream, his original project, dedicated to deep space exploration. Working alongside his fiancee, Tsugumi Takakura, he began to design and test the new Series-77 prototype machines. His younger sister, Sleigh Presty, was one of the test pilots, as was Ibis Douglas.
Filio's fate would be branched off differently: in the Alpha timeline, during a test flight of the new Altairion machine, Ibis would attempt the Maneuver GRaMXs, but would lose control and crash the mech into the testing zone, where Filio was. He would succumb to his injuries and die; this point served as the beginning of Ibis and Sleigh's internal rivalry with one another. Although Filio would not live to see Project Terrestrial Dream completed, his legacy remained in the completion of the Vegalion, and eventually, the Hyperion. In memoriam of her fiancee, Tsugumi would hold onto Filio's eyeglasses as a keepsake, wearing them even in combat.
In the Original Generation timeline, Filio continues Project Terrestrial Dream after the Divine Crusaders War and L5 Campaign, by relocating to Isurugi Industries, and subsequently returning to the Tesla Leicht Institute, after Divine Crusader Remnants attacked their testing area and attempted to steal the prototype Calion machines. At Tesla Leicht, he works alongside Jonathan Kazahara to produce the Fairlion units, using his knowledge as an idol singer otaku to produce their motion pattern data. After the institute is captured by the Inspectors, Filio helps out with the emergency roll-out of the Dygenguard and Aussenseiter, when Major Sanger Zonvolt and Rätsel Feinschmecker proceeded to liberate the institute and retrieve their new machines.
His style and supportiveness to Ibis as a mentor makes him similar to Koichiro "Coach" Ohta from Gunbuster. Interestingly enough, at the end of Original Generation 2, Filio mentions that he might not see Project Terrestrial Dream come to fruition. It is possible that Filio foresees his demise, like his Alpha counterpart.
Garnet Sunday is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. She has appeared as a playable character in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation and Super Robot Wars Original Generations and made appearances in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2 and the bonus segment of Original Generations.
Name: Garnet Sunday AKA: Garnet Voice Actor: Kumi Sakuma Status: Human Rank: Sergeant Major (Before OG), Second Lieutenant (OG 1/OGs) Affiliations: Earth Federation Army (OG 1/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Giado Venerdi (Husband), Alec and Sandy (children), Latooni Subota (Close friend) Mecha: F-28 Messner (OG 1/OGs), Gespenst MK II M (OG 1/OGs, Divine Wars) Theme: Beat And Beat (OGs)
A former model, turned fighter pilot, 23 year-old Garnet Sunday has a habit of getting involved in the love lives of her friends and comrades. An attempt by her to help Kusuha Mizuha get SRX Team member, Ryusei Date's attention, ended up in the gothic lolita-style of clothing Latooni occasionally wears.
Prior to the events of Original Generation, Garnet and her boyfriend, Giado Venerdi, found a young girl stranded, after her mech crashed during a training session for The School. Upon bringing the child to a hospital, she and Giado decided not to send her back to the facility, in fear that the same thing might happen to her again. Although the girl was without a name, Garnet and Giado gave her the identity Latooni Subota, and quickly befriended her. Latooni would stay by Garnet and Giado's side, joining up with them in the Earth Federation Army. Although they never officially adopted her, they treated Latooni as if she was their own daughter. After the L5 Campaign, Garnet and Giado would retire from the army to get married, while keeping close contact with Latooni and the rest of their friends. In the OGG ending, Garnet has given birth to fraternal twins named Alec and Sandy.
Giado Venerdi is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as a playable character in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation and Super Robot Wars Original Generations and made appearances in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2 and the bonus segment of Original Generations.
Name: Giado Venerdi AKA: Giado Voice Actor: Keiji Okuda Status: Human Rank: Second Lieutenant Affiliations: Earth Federation Army (OG 1/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Garnet Sunday (Wife), Alec and Sandy (children), Latooni Subota (Close friend) Mecha: F-28 Messner (OG 1/OGs), Gespenst MK II M (OG 1/OGs/Divine Wars) Theme: Beat And Beat (OGs)
A 26 year-old Italian singer, who decided to join the Earth Federation Army instead of going professional, Giado Venerdi and his significant other, Sunday, found a young girl stranded, after her mech crashed during a training session for The School, prior to the events of Original Generation. Upon bringing the child to a hospital, he and Garnet decided not to send her back to the facility, in fear that the same thing might happen to her again. Although the girl was without a name, Giado and Garnet gave her the identity Latooni Subota, and quickly befriended her. Latooni would stay by Giado and Garnet's side, joining up with them in the Earth Federation Army. Although he never officially adopted her, Giado treated Latooni as if she was his own daughter.
After the L5 Campaign, Giado would retire from the army with Garnet to get married, while keeping close contact with Latooni and the rest of their friends. As of OG2/OGs, he is the father of Garnet's twins.
Name: Jonathan Kazahara AKA: Jonathan Voice Actor: Unknown Status: Human Rank: N/A Affiliations: Tesla Leicht Institute (OG 1/2/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Irmgult Kazahara (Son) Mecha: N/A
54 year-old Jonathan Kazahara is one of the researchers at the Tesla Leicht Institute. The creator behind the Grungust series of super robots, he also helped developed the Tesla Drive, and in Original Generation 2, developed the Fairlions for Princess Shine Hausen and Latooni Subota to use. The single father to Irmgult Kazahara, Jonathan still flirts with women for his age, thus is the source of where Irmgult's flirting habit comes from. In the past, he would make odd presents for his son, such as a transforming tricycle, with an attached booster. However, the misuse of the booster lead to an injured Irmgult. When the Grungust was finally completed, he would unveil the machine to his son, giving it to him as a birthday gift.
In Original Generation 2, having been held hostage inside Tesla Leicht by the Inspectors, he, Filio Presty and Master Rishu Togo would buy as much time to stall the Inspectors from acquiring the latest technology and machines in the facility. When Sanger Zonvolt and Ratsel Feinschmecker arrived to liberate the institute, Jonathan and Filio hurried to the lower levels and release the hidden Dygenguard and Aussenseiter machines for Sanger and Ratsel to use, successfully driving the Inspectors away from Tesla Leicht.
Name: Julia Hainkel AKA: Julia Voice Actor: Unknown Status: Human; deceased Rank: Unknown Affiliations: Troye Unit, Divine Crusaders Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Leona Garstein(Subordinate) Mecha: Guarlion Custom
Leader of the Troye Unit. At the end of the DC War she chooses to stay by the side of Maier Branstein when his flagship is shot down by the ATX Team and bids farewell to her subordinate, Leona Garstein.
Name: Kenzo Kobayashi AKA: Dr. Kenzo Kobayashi Voice Actor: Unknown Status: Human Rank: N/A Affiliations: Earth Federation Army (OG 1/2/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Aya Kobayashi (Daughter), Mai Kobayashi (Daughter) Mecha: N/A
The father of Aya and Mai Kobayashi, 49 year-old Kezno Kobayashi is the head of the Earth Federation Army's research department on telekinetic abilities. He was the one who designed and created the T-Link System, with the help of Águila Setme. Yukiko Date, mother to Ryusei Date, would be his first test subject for the system, but unforeseen circumstances forced him to stop experimenting on her. In order to advance his research, he had Águila alter Aya and Mai's memories to respond to Kenzo as a daughter would to a father, so as to enhance their emotional output for the T-Link System to be used at its maximum. A lab explosion in his research facility would end up with a missing Mai, presumed to be dead, forcing Kenzo to focus on his research with Aya only.
As the Divine Crusaders War escalated, Kenzo continued to improve on the T-Link System, in order to roll-out the eventual SRX machine, against the incoming Aerogaters. When Ingram Prisken defected to the Aerogaters, after the Divine Crusaders War, he was put into Federation custody, after suspicion arose that he was conspiring with Ingram. However, no evidence of such a conspiracy was found, and he was released. After the L5 Campaign, Kenzo returned to his lab with Aya and Viletta Vadim. When the core of the Judecca was found and extracted, a still-breathing Levi Tolar remained inside the machine. Using the Psychodriver to his advantage, he covered up her identity, and had her treated as Mai once again, joining her up with the SRX Team to become the eventual pilot of the R-Gun Powered.
Name: Kirk Hamill AKA: Kirk Voice Actor: Unknown Status: Human Rank: N/A Affiliations: Mao Industries (OG 1/2/OGs), SRX Developmental Project (Alpha 1, OG 1/OGs), SRX Team (Alpha 1, OG 1/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Marion Radom (Ex-Wife), Robert H. Ohmiya (Close friend) Mecha: N/A
32 year-old Kirk Hamill is the director of the development department of Mao Industries and was one of the team behind the creation of the first Personal Trooper, the Gespenst. Robert H. Ohmiya is his closest friend and co-worker. Prior to Original Generation, he was married to Marion Radom and worked alongside one another at Mao Industries. However, they would later get a divorce, after an argument of whether to use Extra-Over Technology or not. Kirk would stay at Mao Industries, while his ex-wife moved to Tesla Leicht Institute. When he was testing the RTX-008-R Huckebein 008 R's Black Hole Engine, an accident would occur, levelling the entire installation. Only he, Irmgult Kazahara and Raidiese F. Branstein were the only survivors.
Kirk would be brought to the SRX Team and lend Robert a helping hand with the SRX Developmental Project, during the last days of the Divine Crusaders War. After the L5 Campaign, he returned to Mao Industries and worked on the development for the Wild Wurger and the Wild Falken with Marion.
Kisaburo Azuma is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He first appeared as a non-playable character in The Great Battle IV, and makes an appearance in Super Robot Wars Original Generations and Super Robot Wars Original Generation Gaiden.
Name: Kisaburo Azuma AKA: Kisaburo Voice Actor: N/A Status: Human Rank: N/A Affiliations: Extra-Over Technological Institute (Before OG) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Kouta Azuma (Grandson), Shouko Azuma (Granddaughter) Mecha: N/A
A former member of the Extra-Over Technological Institute, Professor Kisaburo Azuma is the grandfather to Kouta and Shouko Azuma. When a spiritual being known as Warrior Roar gave his grandson the powers to become Fighter Roar, the machine that came with it, the Compatible Kaiser, was heavily damaged. Using his knowledge behind Bian Zoldark's blueprints for the Dynamic General Guardian series, Kisaburo would recover and rebuild the Compatible Kaiser, should Kouta ever need to use it, when he becomes Fighter Roar.
Voice Actor: Kae Araki
Status: Human; deceased (Alpha universe only)
Affiliations: Jamadai Oukoku (Alpha 2)
Personal Relatives And Affiliations: N/A
Mecha: Magarga (Alpha 2)
Kukuru is a stern and serious woman, devoted to her duty as a warrior. A skilled dancer who dazzles her enemies before striking, she translates this skill to her mecha, the Magarga, which can follow her every move. Although she fights fiercely no matter who is commanding her, Kukuru is driven by the unresolved issues of her past. Much like her rival, Sanger Zonvolt, Kukuru makes a habit of announcing herself with the title, Youmi no Miko (Priestess of the Underground Spring), and repeating dramatic phrases, such as "I'll be your guide on your trip to Hades!"
Kukuru began her life as the princess of a small kingdom in ancient Japan that was overrun by forces of the Jamadai Oukoku (Great Evil Kingdom), the villains of Steel Jeeg. She could only watch as her home was destroyed and her family put under a curse by Himika, sending them into a deep slumber. With no other choice, Kukuru then devoted herself as Himika's servant, developing her skills in battle in order to one day have her family's curse broken. Despite proving herself a valuable asset to her new queen, Himika's other underlings held her under constant scrutiny as a mere human that was granted agelessness in order to serve.
When the Jamadai Oukoku revives itself in the modern era, Kukuru's first mission is leading a force of the Haniwa Genjin to destroy the Earth Cradle, seen as a great insult to the subterrenian empires. Her force quickly destroys a portion of the facility's outer shell and disables the supercomputer Magus. But before going offline, it launches Sanger Zonvolt in his Grungust Type-3. Sanger confronts Kukuru, damaging the Magarga. In reprisal, Kukuru dashes back to the Earth Cradle and attacks Sophia, making it look like she had killed her, but actually captured her, instead. Subsequently, Kukuru would find herself constantly pursued by Sanger, until she temporarily disables his Grungust.
In Himika's pursuit of the Bronze Bell, she revives General Takeru to fight Jeeg. Kukuru notes a great many similarities between herself and Takeru, whom Himika had promised the revival of his wife, Miyazu, in exchange for his victory. Takeru's defeat and recruitment into the Alpha Numbers (if in-game conditions are met) prompts Himika to cast out Kukuru as well, but Archduke Gorgon interrupts, saying that Kukuru, as well as Sophia, could still be useful to the Mikene Empire. Himika agrees, thinking that having someone on the inside of the Mikene forces could also be useful for her. When the Alpha Numbers assault the Great Evil Kingdom's main base, Himika is defeated, giving her life to perform the ritual that would revive the Jigoku no Teiou, but instead, revives the Mikene's ruler, The Emperor Of Darkness. Gorgon absorbs the remaining Haniwa Genjin into the Mikene Empire, on the promise that The Emperor Of Darkness could revive Himika. As only Himika can undo her own curse, Kukuru continues to serve the Mikene. Working under duress, Sophia produces Machine Cells, which Kukuru incorporates into her Magarga, granting it regenerative abilities. Using her enhanced machine, Kukuru attacks the Alpha Numbers as they prepare to launch into space from G-Island City. Sanger remains behind to ensure his comrades' successful launch, but finds the Magarga far more than his Grungust can handle. Transferring to the new Dygenguard machine, with the help of Rätsel Feinschmecker, Sanger defeats Kukuru once more.
With the Mikene viewing the Jamadai Oukoku remnants as excess baggage, Archduke Gorgon tells Kukuru to leave and not return until she has defeated the Alpha Numbers. Before she leaves on her mission, Kukuru visits Sophia one last time, reaffirming that she will defeat Sanger for the sake of her family. Sophia says that the two of them are alike and, under different circumstances, could have been friends. Kukuru gives Sophia the mirror she wears on the center of her kimono, an heirloom of her long-lost home, saying that this way she would have something to return to. With that, she heads into space, confronting Sanger in a last, one-on-one duel. Sanger emerges victorious, and he tells her she should live for her own future, rather than be tied down to the past, as he had done. The moment is broken when the Custos, acting on Irui Ganeden's desire to protect Sanger, appear and viciously attack the Magarga, mortally wounding Kukuru. Kukuru tells Sanger that Sophia is still alive before she passes on, content that she could finally reunite with her mother and father, even through death.
In Super Robot Wars Original Generation 2 he is the captain of the Shirogane. Due to the death of his family and his fiancee/wife Cynthia, he holds a great grudge against the heroes, especially Testuya, who he considers second rate. He is not a good commander, treating his soldiers like minions and not listening to reason. He seeks glory, and in general has very little positive traits. He eventually defects to the Shadow-Mirrors, and is responsible for killing Daitetsu. In the end, when the Shirogane is beaten, he attempts to ram Testuya, who is piloting the Kurogane. Tetsuya's response is to simply try to ram Lee. Lee forgot about the Titanic Drill, and is killed by a drill to the face. In Original Generations, he escapes with his life, though he does not appear in Gaiden.
Name: Marion Radom AKA: Dr. Radom Voice Actor: Unknown Status: Human Rank: N/A Affiliations: Mao Industries (Before OG), Tesla Leicht Institute (OG 1/2/OGs), ATX Team (OG 1/2/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Kirk Hamill (Ex-husband) Mecha: N/A
An extremely skilled mech developer, 30 year-old Marion Radom is currently the lead developer behind the ATX Team's mechs. Originally married to Kirk Hamill, another mech developer, Marion was employed at Mao Industries, but decided to leave the company, after stubbornly refusing to utilize Extra-Over Technology into her mech designs, preferring Earth-based technology, instead. While Kirk stayed at Mao Industries, Marion relocated herself to the Tesla Institute. Not long after her relocation, she and Kirk would get a divorce.
At Tesla Leicht, Marion would come up with the designs for the PTX-003C Gespenst MK III and the PTX-007-03C Gespenst MK II Custom, the next generation Personal Troopers that would replace the ailing Gespenst MK II M as the Earth Federation Army's main unit. However, both the MK III and MK II Custom were too expensive to mass-produce, thus, they would end up in the hands of ATX Team members Kyosuke Nanbu and Excellen Browning, respectively, having their machines renamed the Alt Eisen and Weiss Ritter (though Marion stubbornly refused to use their codenames). Marion would also repair and refit the Giganscudo properly, during the middle of the Divine Crusaders War. In Original Generation 2, she would give Tasuku Shinguji, pilot of the Giganscudo, mechanical parts and designs for the Giganscudo Duro upgrade. Marion would also cooperate with Kirk at Mao Industries to produce the PTX-015 Wild Wurger and PTX-016 Wild Falken. Her latest creation would be the upgraded Alt Eisen, the PTX-003C-SP1 Alt Eisen Riese, after being heavily damaged from a sortie against Shadow-Mirror Axel Almer's Soulgain.
Minaki Tomine is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. She has appeared as a non-playable character in Super Robot Wars Alpha 3 only, but made a brief, playable appearance in the same game.
Name: Minaki Tomine AKA: Minaki Voice Actor: Unknown Status: Human Rank: N/A Affiliations: Alpha Numbers (Alpha 3) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Touma Kanou (Love interest), Kaoru Tomine (Father) Mecha: RaiOh
Nibhal acts behind the scenes in the political settlements of Original Generations and Original Generations 2. In the first game, he is seen making contact with the Federation Committee, presenting himself as a bridge between the Aerogators and the Council. His attempts to get into negotiation with the Aerogator leaders failed twice. First thanks to the Granzon attack on the Shirogane which led into the Divine Wars and then by Viletta Vadim, who kills the head of the Federation Committee. Cryptically, he mentions that the deaths caused by Viletta occurred "just like last time", implying he has watched this man die before.
After the SRX and ATX teams defeats the Aerogators, Nibhal resumes his duties as a councilor, now working alongside the newly elected Federation President Brian Midcrid on Project Aegis. Behind the scenes he once again acted as a double agent, this time succeeding in becoming the chain between the Shadow Mirror and the Inspectors. Wendolo, leader of the Inspectors, refers to him as an agent working for the Balmarians, though it seems Nibhal has his own agenda.
No one really knows where Nibhal's alligence lays. So far he has acepted and joined three different governments (The Federation Committee, Brian Midcrid's Republic and the new Military state let by Graien Grassman), and has made contacts with two different extra terrestrial factions. He also seems to have a close professional relationship with the head of Itsurugi Industries Mitsuko, and it is hinted that Nibhal has used his influence over the Federation to keep projects SRX and ATX up and running.
Name: Murata AKA: Murata Voice Actor: Unknown Status: Human Rank: Unknown Affiliations: Neo Divine Crusaders (OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Rishu Togo (Former teacher) Mecha: Guarlion Custom "Mumyou" (OGs)
A mercenary under the employ of Neo Divine Crusaders commander, Lorenzo Di Montegnacco, Murata was a former candidate for the elite Aggressors. His only desire is to slay and destroy any human or machine in battle with the Shishioh Blade he stole from his former master, Rishu Togo, head of the Jigen-Ryu school of swordsmanship. It is his belief that the sword is wielded not to protect, but only to kill. His Guarlion Custom machine is decorated to resemble a samurai, much like Sanger Zonvolt's Dygenguard appears as one.
Appearing in Original Generations, he and Lorenzo attacked and occupied an Earth Federation Army testing facility of the new mass-production Valsion Custom Type-CF. The ATX Team would quickly arrive at the location, but the rash Brooklyn Luckfield, pilot of the Huckebein MK II would attempt to intercept Murata, demanding to know why his Guarlion Custom carries the same Shishioh Blade as the one his master, Rishu Togo, created. Easily dodging Brookyln's attack, Murata moves in and destroys his MK II, while Lorenzo hijacks the Valsion Custom Type-CF, threatening the safety of the facility's hostages, including Kusuha Mizuha, who was sent to the testing site. However, Brooklyn, who escaped from the MK II, managed to get himself into the seat of Kusuha's Grungust Type-2 in the facility's hangar bay and engages Murata again. As their forces dwindled down from the assault by the ATX Team and the newly arrived Aggressors, Ryoto Hikawa and Rio Mei Long, Lorenzo and Murata fled the area.
Rishu Togo is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as a non-playable character in the Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation series, but made a brief, playable appearance in Super Robot Wars Original Generations and Super Robot Wars Original Generation Gaiden.
Name: Rishu Togo AKA: Master Rishu Togo Voice Actor: Masaharu Sato Status: Human Rank: N/A Affiliations: Tesla Leicht Institute (OG 1/2/OGs/OG Gaiden) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Sanger Zonvolt (Pupil), Brooklyn Luckfield (Pupil), Murata (Former pupil) Mecha: Grungust Type-0 (OGs/OG Gaiden)
An advisor for the Tesla Leicht Institute and current head of the Jigen-Ryu school of swordsmanship, 66 year-old Rishu Togo is Sanger Zonvolt and Brooklyn Luckfield's master. A good, natured man, he is extremely strict with matters concerning the proper use of the sword. Rishu is the one who assisted in the development of the Grungust Type-0's Colossal Blade, producing the motion data for the weapon, as well as the Colossal Blade for the Grungust Type-3, which would eventually be handed down to Sanger's Dygenguard and the Shishioh Blade, a mecha-sized katana given specifically for Brooklyn to use. However, Rishu is not to be taken likely for his age, for he can cleanly slice incoming bullets into two easily, with the help of a hidden sword inside the cane he carries around.
In Original Generation 2, when the Inspectors occupied the Tesla Leicht Institute, Sanger and Ratsel Feinschmecker were sent to liberate the facility and its staff. As Sanger was busy outside fighting Inspectors member Vigagi, Ratsel, Rishu, Jonathan Kazahara and Filio Presty hurried to the lower levels, to unveil the Dygenguard and the Aussenseiter. Upon driving the Inspector forces away, the Original Generation cast returned to the institute. Brooklyn, with Kusuha Mizuha, having reunited with his teacher, shows him the RyuKoOh machine that have chosen and helped them in their trials. Seeing the legendary Chōkijin that have helped his ancestors long ago, Rishu asks that the Chōkijin now move on to protect their new masters, having fulfilled their commitment with him and his clan in the past.
In the bonus segment of Original Generations, when Kyle Bean attacked Tesla Leicht with his group of Bartolls, Rishu launched out in the Grungust Type-0, providing reinforcements for Ibis Douglas and Lune Zoldark.
Robert H. Ohmiya is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as a non-playable character in the Super Robot Wars Alpha series and the Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation series. It's one of the lead developers of SRX Team's R-Series.
Name: Robert Hajime Ohmiya AKA: Rob Voice Actor: Takuya Kirimoto Status: Human Rank: N/A Affiliations: Earth Federation Army (OG 1/2/OGs), SRX Developmental Project (Alpha 1/2/3, OG 1/2/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Filio Presty (Close friend), Kirk Hamill (Close friend) Mecha: N/A
Name: Tempest Hawker AKA: Tempest Hawker Voice Actor: Unknown Status: Human; deceased Rank: Major Affiliations: Divine Crusaders (OG 1/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Unnamed wife and daughter Mecha: Guarlion Custom (OG 1/OGs), Valsion Custom (OG 1/OGs)
Lost his family in the Hope Incident. Joins the Divine Crusaders to seek out revenge. Clashes with Team SRX frequently. Seems to prefer targeting Latooni Subota due to her likeness to his deceased daughter. Later he is shot down in a Valsion Custom when he loses his sanity to the GEIM System and finally perishes.
Name: Tenzan Nakajima AKA: Gaza Haganer Voice Actor: Yasuhiko Kawazu Status: Human; deceased Rank: Unknown Affiliations: Divine Crusaders (OG 1/OGs), Aerogaters (OG 1/OGs; as Gaza Haganer) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: N/A Mecha: Lion F (OG 1/OGs), Guarlion Custom (OG 1/OGs), Barrelion Y (OG 1/OGs), Barrelion Custom (OG 1/OGs), Heavy Barrelion (OG 1/OGs), Valsion Custom (OG 1/OGs), Ezekiel Adom (OG 1/OGs), Vaikul Ben (OG 1/OGs)
An avid Burning PT player, Tenzan Nakajima is an easy-going person, with a very straightforward set of beliefs. Like Ryusei Date, he too is an otaku, and obsesses over video games. Even when drafted into the Divine Crusaders as a soldier, he still sees the battlefield as a simulated reality; as long as he destroys his enemiess down and advance into the next battle, he'll eventually reach the end and win.
Tenzan participated in the same Burning PT Tournament as Ryusei Date. However, Tenzan would not appear in the finals of the tournament, as he was already recruited by the Divine Crusaders (in the animated Super Robot Wars Original Generation: Divine Wars, Tenzan would face Ryusei in the finals, defeating him easily, and win the tournament. He would join the Divine Crusaders after a Megillot attack), courtesy of Adler Koch, who saw a piloting potential in the young man. Tenzan would serve the Divine Crusaders throughout the Divine Crusaders War, often meeting Ryusei in battle. Although Ryusei would attempt to convince him to stop, Tenzan refused, proclaiming that this was far too addictive of a "game" to stop playing.
When Adler assumed command of the Divine Crusaders, following Bian Zoldark's defeat, Tenzan would pilot a GEIM System-equipped Valsion Custom. However, during the middle of a sortie, the system would overwhelm Tenzan's mind; in mere moments, he was driven mad and proved to be a threat to ally and foe alike. It wouldn't take long for the crew of the Hagane and Hiryu Custom to shoot him down, destroying his Valsion Custom. His last moments were spent taunting Ryusei, claiming that he too would someday meet the same fate.
Tenzan would survive the crash, as the Aerogaters secretly retrieved him, brainwashing him into their ranks and having him pilot an Ezekiel Adom. Now as Gaza Haganer, he would serve the Aerogaters without question and participate in the L5 Campaign, with his final battle within the White Star (this event only occurs in the Original Generation games; Tenzan would be officially killed in action in Divine Wars). Tenzan's memories repeatedly resurfaced within Gaza upon seeing Ryusei, causing him headaches - moments before his demise, Tenzan broke through, believing it to be the day before the Burning PT Tournament. Moments later, the Vaikule he was in exploded, Tenzan finally achieving Game Over for real.
Tenzan's name as Gaza Haganer is probably derived from the city of Gaza, in accordance with the Aerogater system of naming.
Name: Van Vat Tran AKA: Van Voice Actor: Unknown Status: Human; KIA Rank: Colonel Affiliations: Divine Crusaders (OG 1/OGs), Neo Divine Crusaders (OG 2/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Mecha: Rhinoceras (OG 2/OGs)
Wilhelm V. Jürgen is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He first appeared in the animated Super Robot Wars Original Generation: The Animation OVA and has appeared as an enemy character in Super Robot Wars Original Generations.
Name: Wilhelm V. Jürgen AKA: Jürgen Voice Actor: Shigeru Ushiyama Status: Human; deceased Rank: Unknown Affiliations: Divine Crusaders (OG 1/OGs), Wong Heavy Industries (OG OVA/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: N/A Mecha: Bartoll (OG OVA), Valsion Custom Type-CF (OGs)
Professor Wilhelm V. Jürgen was a brilliant scientist working within the Extra-Over Technological Investigative Institute, before joining up with the Divine Crusaders. According to Guiliam Jeager, Juerger developed the networking ODE System, in hopes of utilizing it before extraterrestrial invaders would attack Earth. Unfortunately, the Aerogaters arrived earlier than he anticipated. As a result, Jürgen would lose his entire family after a Megillot attack. Following the L5 Campaign, Jürgen would completely redesign the ODE System. He would bring the technology to Wong Heavy Industries, using it as a basis for the soon-to-be rolled out VTX series of mecha. Believing that if the rest of the world were united as a single consciousness, by means of the ODE System, future wars with extraterrestrials would spare the pain of people losing their loved ones.
In the OVA, Jürgen would use his own body to act as the living core of the mainframe for the ODE System, installed inside a single Bartoll unit. The system, having completely fused with Jürgen's consciousness, would slowly assimilate other people into its collective, eventually leading the mass-production machines in subjugating all of humanity. However, the Earth Federation Army would successfully locate Jürgen and disconnect his uplink with the system. Jürgen would perish from the Earth Federation's retaliation, but not before the ODE System released a stream of data, sending it into the far corners of space.
In Original Generations, it is revealed that before the Aerogaters arrived, funding for the ODE System would be halted by Adler Koch, after he assumed command of the Divine Crusaders. It is safe to assume the ODE System was not fully completed yet, which was why after the L5 Campaign, he would relocate to Wong Heavy Industries and have the system completed there, instead. In the bonus segment of the game, Jürgen's consciousness would remain separate from the ODE System. Rather than act individually in his quest to unite all humanity, he would acquire the helping hand of Kyle Bean and Selcia Farmu. Although the bonus segment shares some similarities with the story from the OVA, Jürgen would pilot a Valsion Custom Type-CF, and meet the Original Generation cast head-on in battle inside the Hellgate facility. As well, Jürgen would seemingly destroy Lamia Loveless, after she was rescued by Kyosuke Nanbu. This act was enough for Lamia's allies to put an end to his plans. As Jürgen was losing the upper hand, it was revealed he had another accomplice, the enigmatic being known as Duminuss, the main antagonist from Super Robot Wars Reversal. However, it seemed that Jürgen was the one who served Duminass, and seeing that he had served his purpose, Duminuss destroyed him and his Valsion Custom Type-CF.
Yukiko Date is the mother of Ryusei Date. In the Original Generation timeline, she is possibly the first human Psychodriver, thus was the first test subject for the experimental T-Link System, developed by Kenzo Kobayashi and Águila Setme. It is said that Yukiko possessed one of the highest telekinetic abilities of all known Psychodrivers, surpassing existing Psychodrivers, such as Aya Kobayashi and Kusuha Mizuha. When she gave birth to Ryusei, Yukiko would lose her powers, but it can be assumed this was genetically inherited by Ryusei, as he had high telekinetic powers, although not as potent as his mother's. However, in Super Robot Wars Original Generations, while the protagonists were stranded in Einst space, Yukiko briefly sensed Ryusei, even though he was in another dimension, thus her powers may not have fully disappeared after all.
Before the Divine Crusaders War, she resided at the local hospital, strickened with an unknown illness, and awaiting surgery. Due to the increasing hospital bills, Ryusei was unable to pay for the operation, until he agreed to join the Earth Federation Army, under the condition they cover his mother's hospital bills. By the end of Original Generation, she makes a full recovery and returns home.
Vindel Mauser is the supreme commander of the Shadow-Mirrors, who in his own dimension, were a special missions task force in the Earth Federation Army. Vindel believes that peace causes stagnation and decay in humanity, and, using the takeover of his universe's Earth by aliens (Explicitly stated to be the Zuvorg Alliance's Inspectors in Original Generation canon) as an example, managed to convince a large number of military personnel to follow him in his mission to create an endless war so that humanity can rapidly evolve and develop new technology. After gathering enough military force, he attacked the Tesla-Leicht Institute, which had created the System-XN dimensional teleporter as part of his master plan to attack other dimensions, conquer them, and use the acquired military force to return to his own world and do the same, repeating the process to create his desired infinite conflict. However, Helios Olympus, the project's head and also the core to both of the System-XN units, had escaped to the Original Generation universe ahead of Vindel's arrival.
Vindel found that he was still able to use the System-XN without Gilliam, but to a very limited degree. He had one of the two System-XN units, the Argeius, built into his personal mecha, the Super Robot Zweizergain, and warped his followers to, depending on the game, either an offshoot of the original SRW timeline (As chronicled in Super Robot Wars Advance), or the Original Generation timeline, where he continued to chase after Gilliam and use him to fuel his ambition. Using the Shadow-Mirror's already established tactic of blending into enemy society so as not to arouse suspicion, he joined up with Van Vat Tran and was instrumental in providing manpower and military equipment to Vat Tran's Neo Divine Crusaders while secretly conducting his search for Gilliam as well as inducting both Neo DC and EFA officers into the Shadow-Mirror, slowly building up his power once again.
During Operation Plantagenet, the Shadow-Mirror finally broke away from the Neo DC and allied themselves with the Inspectors, taking control of the Earth Cradle facility in the process. However, a surprise invasion by the Einst caught his army off guard, allowing the forces of the Hagane and Hiryuu Custom to reclaim both the Earth Cradle, and the Inspector-occupied Moon Cradle, eventually cornering them at the Inspectors' base of operations, the former Balmarian super weapon Neviim. After the defeat of the Inspectors, Vindel and the remaining Shadow-Mirror forces engaged the EFA in Neviim's central core. Despite all his plotting and scheming, Vindel was unable to overcome the Hagane and Hiryuu crews' will to create a peaceful future, and the Shadow-Mirrors were obliterated. Following this, Vindel attempted to escape by using the System-XN, but was disabled by the Shadow-Mirror defector, Lamia Loveless, and sent into a rift between the dimensions due to Gilliam fulfilling his intended role as System-XN's core. He has not been seen since and is presumed dead.
According to Mugen no Frontier, due to the trap set by Gilliam, Vindel was thrown to the Mugen no Frontier universe, and his body mutates or becomes the core of the sentient Arkgain, which resembles Axel Almer's Soulgain.
Echidna Iisaki is the 16th in Shadow-Mirror scientist Lemon Browning's W-series of artificial humans. Much like other members of the W-series, she displays a cold, emotionless demeanor and follows orders blindly, prompting Shadow-Mirror ace Axel Almer to label her a "Puppet" and express his distaste for her.
Echidna was sent to infiltrate Archibald Grims' squad in the Neo Divine Crusaders, under the guise of bringing him new mechs to use. In fact, her objective was to disable the EFA's Izu Base, as well as to locate fellow W-series member Lamia Loveless, who had been separated from the rest of the Shadow-Mirror and wound up infiltrating the ATX Team. Upon finding Lamia, whom Echidna refers to by her model number, W17, she relays new orders to keep watch on the Hiryuu Custom and Hagane crews, and be on the lookout for Helios Olympus, whom the Shadow Mirror wished to use to complete the System-XN and fuel their ambition to create a multi-dimensional war without end. She also supplies Lamia with a new transceiver, as the one on Lamia's Angelg mech had been damaged.
Echidna spent the remainder of the war blindly following orders and participating in missions as ordered by Lemon and Vindel. She was one of the first to observe that Lamia had begun to develop a sense of self, believing it to mean that the fellow W-series had some sort of defect. During the EFA and Einst assault on Neviim, Echidna sacrificed herself to save Axel from an attack by Kyosuke Nanbu. While Echidna stated that she was simply following orders from Lemon not to allow Axel to die, Axel pointed out that those orders did not say anything about throwing her own life away to do so, leading towards the possibility that, like Lamia, Echidna was beginning to develop her own sense of self at the time of her demise.
Name: Atad Shamran AKA: Jennifer Fonda Voice Actor: Unknown Status: Human; deceased Rank: Sub-Commander Affiliations: Aerogaters (OG 1/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: N/A Mecha: Ezekiel Sagol (OG 1/OGs), Vaikul (OGs)
Atad Shamran is Levi Tolar's second-in-command of the Aerogater invaders, usually staying inside the White Star, issuing orders to their mechanized units for their invasion of Earth. She was also in charge of monitoring Galuin Mehabel and Gaza Haganer's condition and stability.
Atad was once Jennifer Fonda, a researcher in Kenzo Kobayashi's lab for the development of the T-Link System, prior to the events of Original Generation. However, an accident occurred that would seemingly take the life of Mai Kobayashi and herself; in reality, both would be abducted by the Aerogaters and have their memories altered, becoming Levi Tolar and Atad Shamran, respectively. During the L5 Campaign, Atad began to suspect that Ingram Prisken had an agenda of his own, even though he defected from the Earth Federation Army. Sure enough, she discovered it was him who provided the SRX Team with the materials needed to combat the Aerogaters, allowing them to successfully push the Aerogaters out of Earth airspace. However, she dug in too deep and Ingram was forced to kill her at gunpoint for knowing too much.
Name: Baran Doban AKA: Baran Voice Actor: Tadashi Miyazawa Status: Balmarian Rank: Commander Affiliations: Golar Golem (Alpha 3), Alpha Numbers (Alpha 3) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Ruach Gan Eden (Former liege), Armana Tikvah (Bodyguard of), Hazal Gozzo (Former apprentice) Mecha: Bemidoban (Alpha 3) Theme Song: Ware Koso Wa Baran Doban (I Am Baran Doban)
Baran Doban is the Commander of Balmar's Imperial Guards, as well as the protector of Princess Armana Tikvah. He hails from one of the 12 Balmar royal houses, the house of Doban. He was also the mentor of the head of the Golar Golem army, Hazal Gozzo. Despite his old age, Baran is almost as hot blooded as the other pilots in Super Robot Wars Alpha 3.
Baran started out by conducting the attack on Earth, alongside other Balmarians and collborators, such as Son Ganlong, Calico McCready and Spectra McCready. But eventually, as the war waged on, Baran began to doubt Balmar's actions, as well as his superiors, both Ruach Gan Eden and Shiva Gozzo. Baran plotted with Luria Kayitz to free the imprisoned Aya Kobayashi, leading the Alpha Numbers to discover the Balmar world. Eventually, Baran defected from the Balmarian army and fought alongside Luria and the Alpha Numbers, from overthrowing Ruach Gan Eden to destroying Keisar Ephes, whose presence he did not even realize until Keisar Ephes' appearance. After the war, he returned to Balmar to rebuild it and serve its new ruler, Armana.
Baran Doban is also the combat rival of Touma Kanou, if he is picked as the protagonist of the game. In that case, Baran becomes the one responsible of damaging the RaiOh, ultimately evolving it into DaiRaiOh, and later still managed to leave a scar on the upgraded robot. If the protagonist is not Touma, then Sanger Zonvolt becomes Baran's rival.
Name: Calico McCready AKA: Gimel Balshem Voice Actor: Ken Narita Status: Balmarian; deceased Rank: Captain Affiliations: Imperial Guard (Alpha 3) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Euzeth Gozzo (Origin), Ingram Prisken (Clone), Spectra McCready (Subordinate) Mecha: Varuch Baal (Alpha 3)
The captain of the elite, Balmarian Golar Golem squad, Calico McCready is always seen wearing a mask, as if there is something that he needs to hide from his enemies. Indeed, when his mask is destroyed, the Alpha Numbers discover he is the third clone of Euzeth Gozzo, and the direct clone of the Originator, Ingram Prisken, the first clone of Euzeth, bearing his physical appearance. Calico possesses an extreme dislike for his other name, Gimel Balshem, mainly because it identifies him as just another by-product of Euzeth's cloning. However, what lies behind Calico's looks is his ambition to become the new Originator, thereby ridding his status as just another clone of Euzeth's Balshem series.
When Hazal Gozzo led the second invasion of Earth, Shiva Gozzo, who Calico directly reports to, orders him and Spectra McCready to follow his son and report any unseen circumstances that might follow. Much to Calico's dismay, when he discovered that Cobray Gordon was chosen by Ingram to become his vessel, he becomes bitter and extremely hostile towards the pilot, seeking only to destroy him and his mysterious Werkbau. However, Calico's continuous rivalry with Cobray would lead to the birth of Cobray's new Dis Astranagant machine, making it even more difficult for Calico to defeat him. Calico would meet his end on Balmar, defending Shiva in the imperial palace, when the Alpha Numbers arrived on the planet.
Name: Ephesus Judecca Gozzo AKA: Ephesus Voice Actor: Show Hayami Status: Balmarian; deceased Rank: Fleet Commander Affiliations: The Ze Balmary Imperial Galactic Frontier Inspection Army (Alpha 3) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Euzeth Gozzo (Origin) Mecha: Hermóðr Echad (Alpha 3), Zfylud Eved (Alpha 3)
Ephesus Judecca Gozzo is the commander of the Ze Balmary Empire's first fleet, commonly referred to as the Ephesus Fleet. Like the rest of his Judecca Gozzo brothers, he is the first Judecca Gozzo clone of Euzeth Gozzo, and takes after him in appearance. The only recognizable difference between him and his brothers is that Ephesus' hair is green.
Roughly one month after the Sealing War in Super Robot Wars Alpha 2, Hazal Gozzo, the son of Shiva Gozzo, became the general commander of the army. He ordered Ephesus to begin the second invasion of Earth, appearing at the Earth's own constructed Crossgate, while succeeding in capturing and securing it. However, the Alpha Numbers would push Ephesus and his fleet back, forcing them to retreat to Mars, where he would unveil the Zfylud Eved for the first time. Regardless, the Alpha Numbers' assault would be too much for him, and he returns to Balmar. When the Alpha Numbers arrive to his homeworld, he would be one of the defenders for the Neviim satellites orbiting Balmar, but would lose his life in the defense.
Name: Hazal Gozzo AKA: Hazal Voice Actor: Hiroyuki Yoshino Status: Balmarian; deceased Rank: General Commander Affiliations: The Ze Balmary Imperial Galactic Frontier Inspection Army (Alpha 3), Golar Golem (Alpha 3) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Shiva Gozzo (Father), Baran Doban (Former teacher) Mecha: Vayikra (Alpha 3), Gador Vayikra (Alpha 3)
The newly appointed general commander of the Ze Balmary Army and head of the Golar Golem forces, Hazal Gozzo is the son of current prime minister of Balmar, Shiva Gozzo. He grew up with fellow Balmarian Luria Kayitz and was a former pupil to Baran Doban. Prideful and arrogant, Hazal looks down on most people, due to his nobility status.
When the second invasion by Balmar began, Hazal sent the army to the surface of Earth, while he personally dealt with the SRX Team, who had previously destroyed the Aerogaters, in their first invasion. Thanks to the data gathered by Euzeth Gozzo, Hazal was able to destroy the SRX machine with ease, while kidnapping Aya Kobayashi and stealing the Tronium. When news that Princess Almana Tiqvah was on Earth, Hazal was ordered by his father to retrieve her, and with the help of the Golar Golem, he imprisons Almana on his command ship, but with the help of Luria, she escapes. Hazal would continue his pursue, while challenging the SRX Team (and Kusuha Mizuha, if the player selects her as the protagonist) and their newly acquired SRX Altered Banpreios, due to their strong Psychodriver abilities.
Hazal's conflict with the Alpha Numbers would come to an end when he attacks them after they return to normal space, following the events with the 11 Planetary Masters Of Sol. Even with the combined power of Ace Gozzo's Devarim, turning Hazal's Vayikra into the Gador Vayikra (once again, due to Euzeth's data on the SRX), he is pushed back, until Ace suddenly fires on Hazal's Vayikra, stating how useless he is. Ace finally reveals to Hazal that he's not Shiva's biological son, but actually an artificially created Psychodriver, similar to Euzeth's Balshem series of clones, but placed and grew up in an environment where his emotions can develop like a normal Balmarian would. It was Shiva who engineered this plan, as he was plotting to revolt against Ruach Ganeden and take the throne for himself, using Hazal as a means for his own ambitions by drawing out his Psychodriver abilities. As Hazal laments over the fabrication of his existence, Ace activates a fail-safe switch and destroys Hazal's mind, permanently killing him, while commandeering his Vayikra.
Name: Laodicea Judecca Gozzo AKA: Laodicea Voice Actor: Show Hayami Status: Balmarian; deceased Rank: Fleet Commander Affiliations: The Ze Balmary Imperial Galactic Frontier Inspection Army (Shin, Alpha), Aerogaters (Alpha) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Euzeth Gozzo (Origin) Mecha: Hermóðr Shiv'a (Shin, Alpha), Zfylud (Shin, Alpha)
Laodicea Judecca Gozzo is the commander of the Ze Balmary Empire's seventh fleet, commonly referred to as the Aerogaters. Like the rest of his Judecca Gozzo brothers, he is the seventh Judecca Gozzo clone of Euzeth Gozzo (though he was the first to be introduced into Alpha's storyline), and takes after him in appearance. The only recognizable difference between him and his brothers is that Laodicea's hair is gray.
In the Alpha timeline, Laodicea was sent to Earth by Euzeth to inspect the Earthlings' war potential. When Euzeth himself arrived and ordered the invasion of Earth, Laodicea's fleet swarmed the planet, engaging the Londo Bell battle after battle. When the Aerogater fleet was pushed back away from Earth territory, Laodicea launched in his Zfylud, but was swiftly defeated, when Ingram Prisken turned against Euzeth and destroyed most of the Aerogaters.
Like many Balmarians, whose names are of Hebrew origins, Laodicea's name is derived from the church of Laodicea, one of the seven churches mentioned in the Book Of Relevations. Interestingly enough, in the Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation series, the Aerogaters would be under the command of Levi Tolar, instead. Therefore, Laodicea may yet have a part to play in future Original Generation titles.
Name: Philadelphia Judecca Gozzo AKA: Philadelphia Voice Actor: Show Hayami Status: Balmarian Rank: Fleet Commander Affiliations: The Ze Balmary Imperial Galactic Frontier Inspection Army (Alpha 3) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Euzeth Gozzo (Origin) Mecha: Hermóðr Shisha (Alpha 3), Zfylud Eved (Alpha 3)
Philadelphia Judecca Gozzo is the commander of the Ze Balmary Empire's sixth fleet, commonly referred to as the Philadelphia Fleet. Like the rest of his Judecca Gozzo brothers, he is the sixth Judecca Gozzo clone of Euzeth Gozzo, and takes after him in appearance. The only recognizable difference between him and his brothers is that Philadelphia's hair is blue. However, unlike most of his brothers, Philadelphia knows the empire is collapsing within itself, through the corruption of its politicians, and is willing to go to any length in order to prevent such an outcome. While he detests most of the empire's leaders, he holds great respect for Baran Doban.
When the Alpha Numbers make their way to the Balmar homeworld, hoping to seek an audience with Ruach Ganeden at the imperial city, Philadelphia would be one of the city defenders. Ruach would be defeated, along with Shiva Gozzo, inside the imperial palace. Though it would seem the Balmarian threat was over, a massive meteor shower was headed directly for the planet. Philadelphia would have his fleet evacuate the citizens and flee Balmar with the Alpha Numbers, just as the catastrophic shower destroyed the planet. He, his brother Sardis, Baran, Princess Almana Tiqvah and Luria Kayitz would now be the ones to lead the survivors and restore the empire to its former status, before its corruption crippled it.
Name: Sardis Judecca Gozzo AKA: Sardis Voice Actor: Show Hayami Status: Balmarian Rank: Admiral Affiliations: The Ze Balmary Imperial Galactic Frontier Inspection Army (Alpha 3) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Euzeth Gozzo (Origin) Mecha: Hermóðr Chamisha (Alpha 3), Zfylud Eved (Alpha 3)
Sardis Judecca Gozzo is the commander of the Ze Balmary Empire's sixth fleet, commonly referred to as the Sardis Fleet. Like the rest of his Judecca Gozzo brothers, he is the fifth Judecca Gozzo clone of Euzeth Gozzo, and takes after him in appearance. The only recognizable difference between him and his brothers is that Sardis' hair is red. Both he and his brother, Philadelphia Judecca Gozzo knows the empire is collapsing within itself, through the corruption of its politicians, and is also willing to go to any length in order to prevent such an outcome.
When the Alpha Numbers make their way to the Balmar homeworld, hoping to seek an audience with Ruach Ganeden at the imperial city, Sardis would be one of the city defenders. Ruach would be defeated, along with Shiva Gozzo, inside the imperial palace. Though it would seem the Balmarian threat was over, a massive meteor shower was headed directly for the planet. Sardis would have his fleet evacuate the citizens, alongside Philadelphia's fleet, and flee Balmar with the Alpha Numbers, just as the catastrophic shower destroyed the planet. He, Philadelphia, Baran Doban, Princess Almana Tiqvah and Luria Kayitz would now be the ones to lead the survivors and restore the empire to its former status, before its corruption crippled it.
Name: Shiva Gozzo AKA: Shiva Voice Actor: Yuusaku Yara Status: Balmarian; deceased Rank: Prime Minister Of Balmar Affiliations: Golar Golem (Alpha 3) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Hazal Gozzo (Son) Mecha: Gebel Guneden (Alpha 3)
Shiva Gozzo is the current head of the Gozzo house, one of the twelve royal houses of the Ze Balmary Empire. Aside from being the prime minister, he is also one of the planet's leading scientists, having created an entire line of clones that were derived from him. He frequently dons a mask, but it breaks away during his final battle with the Alpha Numbers. Ambitious and ruthless, he sets his eyes on becoming the ruler of his people, and will use any means necessary to achieve his goals.
Shiva would designate his son, Hazal Gozzo, as the general commander of The Ze Balmary Imperial Galactic Frontier Inspection Army, having him begin the second invasion of Earth. He would also send out squads of the elite Golar Golem forces to reinforce the army, while having Calico McCready and Spectra McCready keep an eye on Hazal and his activities. He would send Ace Gozzo to deal with his son, when he decided to discard Hazal from his plans, having fulfilled his part in strengthening his enemies' powers, specifically those with Psychodriver abilities. When the Alpha Numbers retaliate by engaging the Balmarians on their home planet, Ruach Ganeden heads out from the imperial palace to face them. In the meantime, Shiva, now having gathered most of the Golar Golem forces to him, begins his rebellion against Ruach, after his retreat from battle.
Catching the weary Ruach off-guard, Shiva brutally tortures and kills him in the lower levels of the palace, while commandeering the Gebel Guneden, using the captive Irui Ganeden to fuel the mobile weapon with her Psychodriver powers. The Alpha Numbers finally meet Shiva and his Golar Golem forces in battle, and successfully defeats him. However, the moment couldn't have come at a worse time, as a meteor shower was headed straight for the planet, which would effectively destroy Balmar. As one final selfless act, Shiva buys time for the majority of the population on Balmar to escape, believing this one selfless act will redeem him for his sins and the suffering he has caused.
Name: Spectra McCready AKA: Dalet Balshem Voice Actor: Naoko Nakamura Status: Balmarian; deceased Rank: Vice-Captain Affiliations: Golar Golem (Alpha 3) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Euzeth Gozzo (Origin), Ingram Prisken (Clone), Calico McCready (Superior) Mecha: Varuch Ishar (Alpha 3)
The vice-captain of the elite, Balmarian Golar Golem squad, Spectra McCready also frequently wears a mask, like her superior, Calico McCready does, hiding her true identity, for she is the fourth clone of Euzeth Gozzo, and the direct clone of the Originator, Ingram Prisken, the first clone of Euzeth. Unlike Calico, she does not seem to hate being identified as Dalet Balshem, but like him, she wishes to replace Viletta Vadim, Ingram's own clone, who Spectra physically resembles, as the partner to the Originator, which Calico desires to become. When provoked to fight, Spectra can become very emotional and extremely hostile.
When Spectra and Calico were sent to Earth by Shiva Gozzo, in order to watch over his son, Hazal Gozzo, Spectra encountered Selena Recital and her unit, Team Jelba. She would destroy the unit, but left Selena alive -- a mistake that would be Spectra's undoing. Using her appearance, she would deceive Selena into thinking it was Viletta who killed her teammates, until the Alpha Numbers revealed the truth to Selena, halting her assault. Throughout the events of Alpha 3, she and Selena would be at each others' throats, until Spectra dealt a devastating blow to Selena's AS Soleares. Selena would eventually return to face her in the upgraded AS Alegrías, forcing her to retreat to Balmar, where her last stand would be defending Shiva in the imperial palace, when the Alpha Numbers arrived on the planet.
In Alpha 3, if the player does not select Selena as the main character, then Viletta will become Spectra's rival for the duration of the game.
Aguija is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. She has appeared as an enemy character in Super Robot Wars 3, Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2 and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.
Name: Aguija AKA: Aguija Voice Actor: Shinobu Adachi Status: Zuvorg; deceased Rank: Unknown Affiliations: Inspectors (3, OG 2/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Sikalog (Lover) Mecha: Silverwind (3, OG 2/OGs) Theme: Violent Battle
The only female Inspector, Aguija dislikes that everyone, ally or foe alike, refer to her as "old", when in fact, she appears to be in her mid-twenties. An utterly vain woman, she is a deadly combatant, skilled in aerial attacks with her lightning fast Silverwind, which can reach up to speeds that are on par with Masaki Andoh's Cybuster and Ibis Douglas' Astelion. In the Original Generation universe, both she and her lover, Sikalog, and Mekibos would invade the Earth Federation Army-occupied White Star first, before occupying North America. However, the Inspector forces would be pushed back to the White Star, where Aguija would make her last stand against the Federation Army.
Mekibos is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as an enemy character in Super Robot Wars 3, Super Robot Wars 4, Super Robot Wars F Final, Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2 and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.
Name: Mekibos AKA: Mekibos Voice Actor: Akira Ishida Status: Zuvorg Rank: Unknown Affiliations: Inspectors (3, 4, OG 2/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Wendolo (Brother) Mecha: Graterkin (3, 4, OG 2/OGs), Liege Geios (F Final), Graterkin II (F Final) Theme: Violent Battle
Mekibos is one of the five Inspectors who were sent to Earth to subjugate its inhabitants from becoming a future threat to the Zuvorg Alliance. He, along with Aguija and Sikalog, would invade the Earth Federation Army-occupied White Star, then made his way to Mao Industries, hoping for a chance to hijack the prototype Huckebein MK III, only to have the staff escape with the machine.
After fighting in multiple battles with the Earthlings, and through the persuasiveness of one Irmgult Kazahara, he slowly realized that they didn't pose as great a threat as the Zuvorg originally thought. As such, he would side with the Original Generation protagonists, after failing to persuade the leader of the Inspectors, Wendolo, who was also his younger brother, to call off the invasion. Unfortunately, Wendolo anticipated his betrayal and rigged his Graterkin with an explosive device, which seemingly killed Mekibos. In the Original Generation universe, this event would occur during the protagonists' assault on the White Star.
In the Classic Timeline, the Zuvorg Council would retrieve Mekibos' body, reviving him using their advanced cybernetics. In Super Robot Wars F Final, he would be sent back to Earth to stop the Guest forces, led by Teniquette Zezernan, as the Zuvorg Council was considering to agree on an alliance with the Earth. Mekibos would succeed in his mission, and returned to report to the council. Whether this event will be carried on in the Original Generation universe is currently unknown.
Sikalog is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as an enemy character in Super Robot Wars 3, Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2 and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.
Name: Sikalog AKA: Sikalog Voice Actor: N/A Status: Zuvorg; deceased Rank: Unknown Affiliations: Inspectors (3, OG 2/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Aguija (Lover) Mecha: Drukin (3, OG 2/OGs) Theme: Violent Battle
One of the five Inspectors sent to Earth, Sikalog is a purely bald and mute man. In order for him to communicate with is fellow Inspectors, he utilizes a special thought pattern device, installed in his Drukin machine, in order to avoid complications during conversations. In the Original Generation universe, both he and his lover, Aguija, and Mekibos would invade the Earth Federation Army-occupied White Star first, before occupying North America. However, the Inspector forces would be pushed back to the White Star, where Sikalog would make his last stand against the Federation Army.
Vigagi is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as an enemy character in Super Robot Wars 3, Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2 and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.
Name: Vigagi AKA: Vigagi Voice Actor: Takeshi Kusao Status: Zuvorg; deceased Rank: Unknown Affiliations: Inspectors (3, OG 2/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: N/A Mecha: Galgau (3, OG 2/OGs) Theme: Violent Battle
A seemingly pupil-less, bald (though he claims he only shaved off all his hair) individual, Vigagi is one of the five Inspectors sent to Earth to subjugate its inhabitants from becoming a future threat to the Zuvorg Alliance. Out of the five, he is known as one of the more violent Inspectors, and deeply believes, or rather, stubbornly believes in the Inspector leader, Wendolo's, ideals: the Earthlings are barbaric in nature, and will end up destroying themselves. Thus, they must either be controlled or be exterminated.
In the Original Generation universe, he attacks the Earth Federation Army several times, first seizing the Tesla Leicht Institute, holding its staff hostage, until Sanger Zonvolt and Ratsel Feinschemcker liberated the facility, forcing Vigagi to retreat to the Moon Cradle. When Mekibos issued an order to withdraw after the Federation forces liberated Mao Industries on the moon, Vigagi opted to fight, defending the captured Moon Cradle to the very end.
Vigagi's role somewhat mirrors Kukuru in Super Robot Wars Alpha 2, where he is the one responsible for breaking apart Sanger's Grungust Type-3, only to witness the unveiling of Sanger's new unit, the Dygenguard. An interesting note in the North American localization of Original Generation 2 is that he broke the fourth wall, by exclaiming, "What does Episode 30 mean!?", after the episode title comes to the screen.
Wendolo is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as an enemy character in Super Robot Wars 3, Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2 and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.
Name: Wendolo AKA: Wendolo Voice Actor: Makoto Takasaka (Classic Timeline), Yuki Kaida (OGs) Status: Zuvorg; deceased Rank: Unknown Affiliations: Inspectors (3, OG 2/OGs) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Mekibos (Brother) Mecha: Dikastes (3, OG 2/OGs) Theme Song: Armageddon (3), Violent Battle (OG 2), Sabaku Mono, Sabakareru Mono (The Judge And The Judged; OGs)
The leader of the five Inspectors, Wendolo is the younger brother to Mekibos, another member of the group. Appearing like a child, Wendolo keeps up a sinister smile, even during hard times, and rarely opens his eyes, similar to Bleach's Gin Ichimaru and Berserk's Serpico. His stubborn attitude and belief that humans are barbaric in nature and their own technology will one day be their downfall is what motivates him and his goal to subjugate the Earth. In Super Robot Wars 3, Wendolo stayed behind the scenes, appearing only when the protagonists have pushed back the Inspectors' army. In the Original Generation universe, he would relocate to the White Star and set up a base of operations there, after the sudden appearance of the Einst forced the Inspectors out from their North American occupation. Wendolo would also strike a bargain with the Shadow-Mirror, in order to deal with the extraterrestrial Einst.
When the Earth Federation Army met with Wendolo and his Dikastes inside the White Star, Mekibos showed up with his Graterkin, attempting to dissuade his brother from continuing his campaign against the Earthlings, even trying to disable his machine. However, Wendolo anticipated Mekibos' betrayal, and had his Graterkin rigged with an explosive device, effectively killing his brother without mercy. Wendolo would be defeated, but not before echoing his statement that humans would eventually destroy themselves, rather than extraterrestrials doing the deed, instead.
Killed during the second last scenario of the game.
Name: Altis Tarl AKA: Altis of the Flash, Al Voice Actor: Yasunori Masutani Status: Shura; deceased Rank: Shura General Affiliations: Shura Army (Compact 3, OG Gaiden) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Folka Albark, Phernand Albark (Sworn Brother), Maythis Mark (Possible lover), Alkaid Nassh Mecha: Mardikt (Compact 3)
Altis Tarl is a general of the Shura Army, regarded as one of the most powerful between the ranks of the Shura. Despite his status and strength, he is an honorable man and dislikes underhanded tactics, unlike Mizal. He forms a close bond with his fellow general, Maythis Mark, and is known as the sworn brother of both Folka and Fernando Albark.
In Compact 3, Altis found out about Mizal's foul play about brainwashing Fernando, and he collaborated with Maythis to wake Fernando up from the hypnosis. His part was to play along with Mizal's schemes to buy Maythis some time to find the cure. This pitted him against Folka, who defeated him in a fair match. With his dying breath, Altis inherits his will to stop Mizal and save the Shura race to Folka.
Altis reappears in Super Robot Wars Original Generation Gaiden, seen directly advising Folka, something he has never done in Compact 3. He was not killed in a fair fight, however, Altis was slain when protecting Folka from an attack by Duminuss' homunculi Tiz, which is later revealed as Arco in disguise.
Name: Alkaid Nassh AKA: Shura King Voice Actor: Chafurin Status: Shura; deceased Rank: Shura King Affiliations: Shura Army (Compact 3, OG Gaiden) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: - Mecha: Extim, Raha Extim (Compact 3)
Alkaid Nassh is the leader of the Shura race. As his race was dying, he was struck with the decision to jump between dimensions, to find a new place for the Shura race to live the way it used to be: to continue fighting, as per their lifestyle and customs. He sets his sights on Earth, but as the former Shura home was dying, his power was diminishing. Upon arriving on the world, Alkaid allocated the command of the army mostly to his advisor, Mizal Touval. Though he was aware of Mizal's traitorous scheming, he didn't mind so much, as it also went along with the Shura's customs, creating more fights in the realm.
Eventually, Alkaid found Mizal dead by the hands of Folka Albark, Fernando Albark and Maythis Mark, the three having turned against their own society. Enraged, Alkaid prompted to slay them all, but only managed to kill Fernando and Maythis. When he encountered Folka again, Alkaid was totally defeated, as Folka has gained a new meaning and strength in fighting within his Londo Bell allies. After hearing his reasons, Alkaid felt satisfied that he could see how their race was going, and as he Alkaid perished, the strife between dimensions created during the battle was repaired and everyone returned to their respective worlds.
Name: Arco Katwor AKA: Arco of the Transformation Voice Actor: Asou Tomohisa Status: Shura; deceased Rank: N/A Affiliations: Shura Army (Compact 3) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Mizal Touval (Superior) Mecha: Valefor copy (Compact 3), Mironga (OG Gaiden)
Arco Katwor is a Shura subordinate of Mizal Touval. Instead of specializing on a certain Shura God, Arco relies heavily on his doppleganger abilities, which allows him to meld with the enemy ranks and disrupt their actions. Arco's final act was to impersonate Phernand Albark and he made his last stand against Folka Albark. In his dying breath, he wishes that he could have been born in a smarter body.
He reappears in Super Robot Wars Original Generation Gaiden, where he did most of Mizal's ploy, including the kidnapping of Shouko Azuma. He is later given a Mironga and killed Altis. He later tried to do the same on Maythis, but Alion interrupted his attempt and he made his last stand together with Mizal.
Name: Alion Lucada AKA: Freedom Knight Voice Actor: Shibuya Shigeru Status: Shura; deceased (Compact 3 only) Rank: Shura General Affiliations: Shura Army (Compact 3, OG Gaiden) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: N/A Mecha: Agares (Compact 3, OGs/OG Gaiden)
Alion Lucada is a self-styled Freedom Knight, but serving as a Shura General. He has a pragmatic, realistic view in life and battle, but tends to be laid back and enjoys fighting very much. He would constantly battle Folka Albark, only to be defeated soundly each time. In his last battle, Alion admitted that Folka cheated with the help of his Londo Bell allies, yet this enabled him to become stronger. Alion's last farewell was that he will be waiting for a rematch with Folka in the great beyond of the afterlife, confident that he'll win during their next duel.
Alion also appears in the bonus segments of Super Robot Wars Original Generations, being one of the earlier Shura to face the Earth Federation Army and reappears in Super Robot Wars Original Generation Gaiden. Unlike in Compact 3, however, Alion remains and allies with the Earth Federation Army.
Name: Fernando Albark AKA: Fernando Voice Actor: Takagi Wataru Status: Shura; deceased (Compact 3 only) Rank: N/A Affiliations: Shura Army (Compact 3, OG Gaiden) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Folka Albark, Altis Tarl (Sworn Brother) Mecha: Valefor (Compact 3, OGs/OG Gaiden), Valefor (Apotheosized) (Compact 3)
Fernando fought against Folka in a holy death match to decide who would be promoted to the rank of Shura General. Fernando lost and was sure that Folka would kill him. To his shock, Folka instead spared his life and ran off being a fugitive. This humiliated Fernando and he swore to hunt down Folka and make him pay for his lost honor. He would encounter Folka many times, and was still defeated, and every time he demanded Folka to kill him, but was not given such a death. When Fernando returned to the Shura base, he was subjected into an experiment by Mizal Touval, which altered his strength, given him new capabilities. However, this left him in a berserker-like state, which was amplified by his hatred towards Folka. It also caused his Valefor to evolve into its true form, allowing the Shura God to be equally on par with Folka's Apotheosized Ialdabaoth. However, when Mizal had Altis killed, Fernando's hatred towards Mizal to allow one of his brothers killed surpassed his burning rage towards Folka and he attacked Mizal instead. Fernando was later brought back to his senses, thanks to a cure developed by Shura General, Maythis Mark, and together with her and Folka, he destroyed Mizal for good.
Fernando was contemplating to join Folka in his crusade to find a new way of life for Shura, until Shura King Alkaid Nassh emerged. Fernando opted to buy some time for Folka and attacked the Shura King, but was killed in retaliation, leaving his will to Folka, and finally dying with no regrets.
Fernando appears in the bonus segments of Super Robot Wars Original Generations and was briefly playable (he was a non-playable character in Compact 3, during the short time he allied with Folka) and reappears in Super Robot Wars Original Generation Gaiden. Here, Fernando is spared his Compact 3 fate and joins Folka in facing Alkaid.
Folka is the protagonist of Super Robot Wars Compact 3, a member of the humanoid race Shura who live only to fight. He is stern, serious and cold, but he eventually warms up to his friends. He is also an expert of the fighting style .
In Compact 3, Folka was pitted against Phernand in a holy death match to decide who will earn the right to be a Shura General. Folka was victorious, but couldn't bring himself to kill Phernand as ordered and questioned why the Shura only live to fight and why couldn't they find any alternatives. With this in mind, Folka spared Phernand's life and indirectly humiliated him, and deserted the Shura, ending up in the dimension of Earth, where he found another Shura, Alion, laying waste to the city of Jaburo, with the Londo Bell fighting to defend the city.
Folka decided to find the meaning of the lifestyle he sought within Londo Bell and joined them. He was faced by his Shura companions but his will never faltered. Despite losing his big brother Altis Tarl, and later Phernand himself, Folka moved forward and eventually defeated the Shura King Alkaid. He later realized that the Shura race is just like the humans, they can find a way of life other than fighting, but the Shura just does not know how. At the death of the King, Folka was transported back to the Shura world, leading his men with the new lifestyle he discovered.
In Original Generation Gaiden, Folka first appeared alongside Phernand and Alion ravaging the town of Asakusa. He faced Kouta Azuma in form of Fighter Roar and his Compatible Kaiser, whom he finds worthy as an opponent. To drive Kouta further, Folka abducted his sister Shouko Azuma and took him to the Shura fortress. Upon arriving there, Folka was instead chastised by Shouko, which caused him to doubt the current lifestyle of Shura. After a few more encounters with the Earth Federation Army, Folka decided to defect and take Shouko along with him to the Earth Federation Army. He would, however, lose her due to a plot by his fellow Shura men, and later met her again brainwashed as Emi. Later, Folka also leads the attack against Alkaid, but this time he's also joined by Phernand and Alion. After the battle is over, Folka decided to return to the Shura world and find a new place to live.
Name: Magnaz Ald AKA: Magnaz of Heavy Quake Voice Actor: Miyazawa Tadashi Status: Shura; deceased Rank: N/A Affiliations: Shura Army (Compact 3, OG Gaiden) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Mizal Touval (Superior) Mecha: Andras (Compact 3, OG Gaiden)
Magnaz Ald is one of the Shura Generals of the Shura army, and works under Mizal Touval. He is very aloof and underestimates his opponents easily, placing himself on a high position. However, when defeated, it is not seldom that he instead blames it to the power of his own Shura God. Magnaz continually battled against Folka and was humiliated with each defeat every time. While he thought he was fighting on his own accord, during his last battle, Folka revealed that he was only Mizal's pawn all along. As he died, Folka told him to head for the underworld, carrying the knowledge about him being just a mere tool.
Magnaz reappears in Super Robot Wars Original Generation Gaiden. He was involved in a small rivalry with Sanger Zonvolt. At one occasion, he also harasses Touma Kanou, who made a cameo in the game. Interestingly, Magnaz shares the same seiyuu as Touma's future rival, Baran Doban.
Name: Maythis Mark AKA: Maythis of the Ice Spear, May Voice Actor: Yamaguchi Yuriko Status: Shura; deceased (only in Compact 3) Rank: Shura General Affiliations: Shura Army (Compact 3, OG Gaiden) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Altis Tarl (Lover) Mecha: Peirines (Compact 3, OG Gaiden)
Maythis Mark is the only female Shura General introduced to the story, and as her nickname concluded, she uses a Shura God that controls ice, Peirines. Her hairstyle somewhat resembles the hairstyle of Haman Karn, of Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ's fame. She is deeply attached to Altis Tarl and somewhat loved him.
Maythis is first introduced as a constant foe to Folka. However, when she learned from Altis about Mizal's scheming, while brainwashing Phernand Albark, she was infuriated with the Shura advisor. However, Altis recommended that she quickly finds a cure for Phernand's unbending rage. Maythis was successful in her task, but was too late to prevent Altis' death. Enraged that Mizal was behind that also, Maythis confronted him while he was facing the Londo Bell, Folka and Phernand. She shoved the antidote to Phernand, curing him, and worked together with him and Folka to finish Mizal once and for all. Just like Phernand, Maythis also reconsiders to join Folka in his quest for a new lifestyle of Shura, but the arrival of Shura King Alkaid Nassh put that consideration in an abrupt end. Maythis joined Phernand in an attempt to buy some time for Folka and the Londo Bell to escape, but it resulted in her death. Even so, she was glad that she could meet Altis again in the afterlife.
Maythis reappears in Super Robot Wars Original Generation Gaiden. Like Phernand and Alion, Maythis was spared from her death fate, but she did not join the protagonist group.
Name: Mizal Touval AKA: Mizal of the Severe Earthquake Voice Actor: Tōru Ōkawa Status: Shura; deceased Rank: N/A Affiliations: Shura Army (Compact 3, OG Gaiden) Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Arco Katwor, Magnaz Ald (Subordinate), Alkaid Nassh (Liege) Mecha: Glasyalabolas (Compact 3)
Mizal Touval is the main strategist of the Shura Army and advisor to the Shura King Alkaid Nassh. He was given the command of the army while Alkaid was restoring his strength, after the Shura jumped through dimensions to reach Earth. However, Mizal had plans of his own. His ambition was to usurp the power of the Shura and overthrow Alkaid, establishing himself as King. In the process to do so, he manipulated the links between various dimensions to gather the strengths of the dimensions there and make it his own. To that end, he conspired with various enemy factions, even his own Shura army, indifferent about the casualties that occur on both sides.
Mizal was also responsible for brainwashing Phernand Albark. After doing that, he attempted to coax Folka to join him in ridding of Alkaid, but in turn, revealed to Altis and Maythis of his own traitorous schemes, infuriating the latter. Mizal would set Altis up to fight against Folka, with Folka emerging victorious and killing Altis. It was his miscalculation that caused Phernand to turn his rage towards him, instead. Mizal retreated and requested more soldiers from Alkaid, but was later confronted by Folka, Maythis and a recovered Phernand. Their combined strength overwhelmed and killed Mizal, destroying the traitor for good.
Mizal reappears in Super Robot Wars Original Generation Gaiden, where he contacted Duminuss to further his plan to overthrow Alkaid, so much he was given a squad of Bartoll. Unlike in Compact 3, however, Mizal lived longer than Alkaid, he was killed after the latter was dead.
It is important to note that some of the members of the Database are based upon data from the Ardygun Family, Super Robot Wars W's protagonists.
Inference is the program in charge of inferring data into the network. Although he is the head villain in the first playthrough of the game, subsequent playthroughs reveal that he is just a puppet; the true villain is his right-hand man, Critic. He survives the events of the game, planning to start over with more emphasis on memories than pure data.
Inference is based upon data gathered from Kazuma, the only male child in the Ardygun Family.
Critic is the program in charge of making critical decisions based on the data collected, though it seems that Inference is the one who hold all the power in the network. Critic manages to control Inference by taking advantage of his feelings. Although Critic is terminated by Inference in the first playthrough, in all subsequent playthroughs, he reveals his true nature and betrays Inference, only to be terminated by the Ardygun Family.
Regulate is in charge of regulating the systems that keep the Database running smoothly. When she detects that something is wrong, she defects from the Database with Aria and joins the Ardygun Family to restore the network to its normal state.
She is based upon data gathered from Blessfield's deceased wife, Yuumi.
Applicant is the program in charge of applying enforcement to races that defy the system. He tries and fails to stop the Ardygun Family from breaching the final defenses to the Database's stronghold.
He is based upon data gathered from Blessfield, the head of the Ardygun Family.
Dark Brain is the main antagonist of the Great Battle series, he is later turned into the main antagonist of Super Robot Wars Original Generation Gaiden.
Dark Brain is widely known as a being of negative emotions, in a way that as long as negative emotions existed, he would still be alive. He is the arch-nemesis of Warrior Roar and his sister, Warrior Emmy. It was known that he resided in another universe before moving on to the Original Generation universe. He was also noted to be the creator of Duminuss, both the Original Generation version and the Super Robot Wars Reversal version. As hinted in the Reversal storyline, Dark Brain might have used several methods to trick the Duminuss of that universe to think that she killed its creator.
After a fatal battle against Roar and Emmy, Dark Brain stumbled onto the Original Generation Universe. With Roar weakened as a spirit form, and Emmy nowhere to be seen, except her armor and her jet ship G Thunder Gate, Dark Brain decided to make his move. He sent out one of his creations, Duminuss, to claim Emmy's Armor and the G Thunder Gate, and then discover the 12 Keys to make him materialize into the world. Two of them includes the Compatible Kaiser's Over Gate Engine and the Excellence's Time Flow Engine. In the meantime, Dark Brain took over the mobile fortress Swordian and converted its guards into his minions, this was done long before the Shura Army took over the fortress, thus they were unaware of Dark Brain's presence all along.
Duminuss succeeded in obtaining the Time Flow Engine by capturing Raji Montoya and Mizuho Saiki and had them create a new Engine from scratch, and she moved to the Swordian Fortress, knowing that Warrior Roar, now inhabiting the body of Kouta Azuma, would bring the Compatible Kaiser to her, and it would open the gate to summon Dark Brain. However, she was badly defeated by the Earth Federation Army, new allies of Warrior Roar. When Dark Brain appears, he dubbed her Dynamis3 and called her a failed product, and proceeded to eliminate her. When Dark Brain attempted to destroy Duminuss' last homunculi, Despoiniz, he was intercepted by the Earth Federation Army, and after a long battle ensued, Dark Brain was defeated. However, he did not completely die and it was speculated that he would one day return.