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This is a list of original characters created by Banpresto that serve in supporting roles to major protagonists or antagonists in the Super Robot Wars games.

Adler KochEdit

Adler Koch is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as an enemy character in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.

Name: Adler Koch
AKA: Dr. Adler Koch
Voice Actor: Keisuke Yamashita
Race
: Human
Rank: Commander-In-Chief (After Bian Zoldark's death)<br&gt {C}Affiliations: The School (Before OG), Divine Crusaders (OG 1/OGs)
{C}Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Unknown
{C}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.

Águila SetmeEdit

Águila Setme is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. She has appeared as an enemy character in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2 and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.

Name: Águila Setme

AKA: Dr. Águila Setme

Voice Actor: Ako Mayama

Race: Human

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.

Albero EstoEdit

Albero Esto is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as an enemy character in Super Robot Wars MX and a playable character Super Robot Wars Original Generations Gaiden.

Name: Albero Est
{C}Voice Actor: Katsuhisa Houki
{C}Group: None (Cry Wolves)
{C}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.

Albert GreyEdit

Albert Grey is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as an non-playable character in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.

Albert Grey was the initial president of Earth in Original Generation. He was involved in negotiating talks with the Aerogaters in Antarctica. Shu Shirakawa attacked the Aerogater ship and destroyed the majority of the EFA's army over at the base and took down the Shirogane. He is willing to negotiate and accept terms even if it would involve submission and surrender to the Aerogaters, which is opposed by Bian. He was injured in the attack but survived. He opposed the Divine Crusaders ideals by Bian Zoldark and would eventually be killed when the Divine Crusader led by Adler Koch attacks Geneva. He was succeeded by Brian Midcrid, who's presidency now unifies the Earth and the autonomous colonies.

Archibald GrimsEdit

Archibald Grims is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as an enemy character in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2 and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.

Name: Archibald Grims</br> AKA: Archibald</br> Voice Actor: Takumi Yamazaki</br> Race: Human</br> Rank: Major</br> Affiliations: Neo Divine Crusaders (OG 2/OGs), Shadow-Mirror(OG 2/OGs)</br> Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Unknown</br> Mecha: Rhinoceras (OG 2/OGs), Guarlion Custom (OG 2/OGs), R Eins M (OG 2/OGs), Ash Saver (OG 2), Giganspada (OGs)</br>

A cruel, bloodthirsty 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,the brothers team up and finish him off with their final attacks

Brian MidcridEdit

Brian Midcrid 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.

President of the Earth Federation in New AD 187 after Albert Grey died during the attacks on Geneva by the DC. He was originally the president of the colonies and did not support the Divine Crusaders unlike the United Colony Corps's head Maier V. Branstein. However, unlike Albert Grey, he was not keen on surrendering to the aliens and generally opposes them but he did not believe in following the banner of the Divine Crusader.

In the wake of the Tokyo Manifest in Original Generation 2, his support began to wane and shift towards the Grusman party headed by Graien Grassman who is more on unifying the Neo Divine Crusaders and the Earth Federation Army. He did try to negotiate a peace treaty with the Neo Divine Crusaders later on and wanted talks with the Inspectors but instead, he was overthrown in a coup d'etat planned by Mitsuko Isurugi and was held hostage. With her support, Graien Grassman took over the presidency.

Cattleya Fujiwara-BransteinEdit

Cattleya Fujiwara-Branstein is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. She has appeared as a non-playable character in the Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation series.

She was the wife of Elzam V. Branstein who died due to Archibald's actions in the Elpis Incident. Because of Elzam's action to save the colony over his wife, Raidiese F. Branstein broke up with his family ties. Both of them would get their revenge on Archibald Grims by preventing him from escaping during the battle in the Earth Cradle and shooting him down.

Celcia FarmEdit

Cuervo CeroEdit

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
Race: Human
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 shut down, 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.

Eita NadakaEdit

Eita Nadaka 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, playable in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2 and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.

Eita Nadaka is the bridge operator for the Hagane. He would later continue Daitetsu's legacy with Tetsuya Onodera on the Kurogane after Daitetsu's demise.

Egret FeffEdit

Egret Feff 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.

Egret Feff was the original research leader for mind-control mechanisms like the GEIM System and is a founder of The School. He's friends with Agilla Setme and envisions a world populated by superior humans with Egret being the sole leader. His role in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2 is shown in more detail and he is the creator of the Machinery Children consisting of Thurisuz, Anthuz and Uruz who is programmed to stay loyal to their leader regardless and resent normal humans as being inferior with the exception of those who are close to them. Out of these, Uruz was an original copy and is a component for the blueprints. Agilla was not as supportive of the children as compared to those that are trained in The School and believes the ultimate method to maximize human potential is to exploit their emotions.

After Vat Van Tran's death, he became the leader of the Neo Divine Crusaders though it seems that as shown in the Moon Cradle route that the Neo Divine Crusaders leader is more likely disputed. He plans next to repopulate the world with more of these children but was stopped shortly after the Kurogane's crew attacked the Earth Cradle. Thurisuz and Anthuz were taken down first and Egret later intervened with Anthuz and copies of Bergelmirs infected with the machine cells that is controlled by Magus. However, Magus or better known as Sophia Nate stopped taking his commands despite the use of removing her personalities due to Wodan Ymir and Wodan commits suicide by exploding his mech on Egret, ending their lives but not before Wodan leaves it to Sanger to take care of Magus.

Eldy MiddiEdit

Eri AnzaiEdit

Eun HyojinEdit

Eun Hyojin is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. She has appeared as a non-playable character in the Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation series.

Eun Hyojin is the bridge operator for the Hiryu Custom. She's a close friend of Lefina Enfield.

Fel GreydonEdit

Filio PrestyEdit

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 {C}AKA: Filio {C}Voice Actor: Unknown {C}Race: Human {C}Rank: Unknown {C}Affiliations: Divine Crusaders (OG 1/OGs), Project Terrestrial Dream (Alpha 2, OG 2/OGs) {C}Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Tsugumi Takakura (Fiance), Sleigh Presty (Sister), Ibis Douglas (Close friend), Elzam von Branstein (Close friend) {C}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 resumed 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. There are indications that Filio is already suffering from a terminal illness, though he does not admit this openly and the exact nature of his illness is not disclosed.

Foglia EstoEdit

Garnet SundayEdit

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

Race: 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 VenerdiEdit

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</br> AKA: Giado</br> Voice Actor: Keiji Okuda</br> Race: Human</br> Rank: Second Lieutenant</br> Affiliations: Earth Federation Army(OG 1/OGs)</br> Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Garnet Sunday (Wife), Alec and Sandy (children), Latooni Subota(Close friend)</br> Mecha: F-28 Messner (OG 1/OGs), Gespenst MK II M(OG 1/OGs/Divine Wars)</br> Theme: Beat And Beat (OGs)</br>

A 26 year-old Jamaican 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.

Gigi LooEdit

Graien GrassmanEdit

Graien Grassman, also known as Graien Grusman is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as an non-playable character in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2 and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.

Graien Grassman is the chairman for the Grusman party. A faction that supports unitary rule, their support greatly increased after the Tokyo Manifest announcement. The current government had been sworn in without democratic elections, leading to poor support from civilians. He became the president after a successful overthrow by Mitsuko Isurugi, CEO of Isurugi Industries. He generally supports Bian Zoldark's ideals though his military allegiance is the Earth Federation Army.

Greg PastralEdit

Hans WeberEdit

Hans Weber is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as an enemy character in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.

Hans Weber dislikes members of the Earth Federation Army even though he joined it at first and had switched over to the Divine Crusaders at some point. He successfully abducts Princess Shine and transferred her over to Adler Koch, who used the GEIM system on her. Later, he ambushes the Hagane and Hiryu's crew when they were fighting Tempest Hawker using the GEIM system and both of them perished in combat with their opponent emerging victorious.

Jonathan KazaharaEdit

Jonathan Kazahara 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.

Name: Jonathan Kazahara</br> AKA: Jonathan</br> Voice Actor: Unknown</br> Race: Human</br> Rank: N/A</br> Affiliations: Tesla Leicht Institute(OG 1/2/OGs)</br> Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Irmgult Kazahara(Son)</br> Mecha: N/A</br>

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.

Julia HainkelEdit

Julia Hainkel is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. She has appeared as a non-playable character in the Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation series.

Name: Julia Hainkel</br> {C}AKA: Julia</br> {C}Voice Actor: Unknown</br> {C}Race: Human</br> {C}Rank: Unknown</br> {C}Affiliations: Troye Unit, Divine Crusaders</br> {C}Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Leona Garstein(Subordinate)</br> {C}Mecha: Guarlion Custom</br>

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.

Kaoru TomineEdit

Kar-Wai LauEdit

Kenneth GarretEdit

Kenneth Garret 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.

Kenneth Garret was not too supportive of the Hagane's crew nor the ATX Team and does not work well with Laker either. He had secretly allied himself with Mitsuko Isurugi at some point and wanted to remove any members of the Hagane or the Hiryu's if they are under him. He was involved in the coup by taking control of Izu Base and was made the new commander. After their crew defeated the Einst, Kenneth arranged all the members that participated and is under Izu Base to be transferred over to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky base, ignoring their achievements in the wars.

Kenzo Kobayashi (古林兼三)Edit

Kenzo Kobayashi is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as a non-playable character in Super Robot Wars Alpha and the Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation series.

Name: Kenzo Kobayashi</br> {C}AKA: Dr. Kenzo Kobayashi</br> {C}Voice Actor: Unknown</br> {C}Race: Human</br> {C}Rank: N/A</br> {C}Affiliations: Earth Federation Army (OG 1/2/OGs)</br> {C}Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Aya Kobayashi (Daughter), Mai Kobayashi (Daughter)</br> {C}Mecha: N/A</br>

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.

Kirk HamillEdit

Kirk Hamill is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as a non-playable character in Super Robot Wars Alpha and the Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation series.

Name: Kirk Hamill</br> {C}AKA: Kirk</br> {C}Voice Actor: Unknown</br> {C}Race: Human</br> {C}Rank: N/A</br> {C}Affiliations: Mao Industries (OG 1/2/OGs), SRX Developmental Project (Alpha 1, OG 1/OGs), SRX Team (Alpha 1, OG 1/OGs)</br> {C}Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Marion Radom (Ex-Wife), Robert H. Ohmiya (Close friend)</br> {C}Mecha: N/A</br>

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 AzumaEdit

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</br> AKA: Kisaburo</br> Voice Actor: N/A</br> Race: Human</br> Rank: N/A</br> Affiliations: Extra-Over Technological Institute(Before OG)</br> Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Kouta Azuma (Grandson), Shouko Azuma(Granddaughter)</br> Mecha: N/A</br>

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.

Laker RandolphEdit

Laker Randolph 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.

Laker was the commander for Izu Base and is Daitetsu's superior. They worked well together with vice-commander Sakae. During the coup d'etat, both of them are held hostage. After the Einst were defeated, they remain captured.

Lee Linjun (李林顺)Edit

Lee Linjun, also known as Graien Grusman is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as an playable character and enemy character in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2 and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.

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 Tettuya, who he considers second rate. As a commander, he is obsessed with duty and rank to the point of it becoming a fault, and often treats his soldiers like minions and not listening to reason. He seeks glory, and in general has very little positive traits. Eventually, his snobbish and envious personality became his downfall and he made a poor decision that caused his ship to be overrun and captured by the Shadow-Mirrors. He eventually defected and joined the Shadow-Mirrors, and is responsible for killing Daitetsu. In the end, when the Shirogane is beaten, he attempts to ram Testuya as a last resort, 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 2nd OG, Lee becomes the captain of the Air Christmas battleship under the command of Alteir Steinbeck, a man attempting to regain his "Void Memories". Lee fought in the Battle of Christmas and will follow orders even if it was matters that were not from their world. As Altier transforms in to Adamatron , he will act one last act of redemption by attempting to ram Adamatron with the Air Christmas's Field Blade warping inside as he self-destructs. His sacrifice released Ing Egret from Adamatron with was a benefit of defeating it.

NotesEdit

  • In Original Generations, he escapes with his life, though he does not appear in Gaiden.
  • In the Anime (Super Robot Wars OG: Inspectors) he did not defect to Shadow-Mirror and he was not responsible for Captain Daitetsu Minase's Death.

Lily JunkersEdit

Lily Junkers is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. She has appeared as an enemy character in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.

Lily Junkers served under Maier V. Branstein of the United Colony Corps. She was in love with him, and when he died after being shot down, she joined the Divine Crusaders. She would be shot down by Adler when they disputed over the ideals of the Divine Crusaders.

Maier V. BransteinEdit

Maier V. Branstein is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as an enemy character in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.

Maier V. Branstein is the current patriach of the Branstein family in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation and the commander-in-chief of the United Colony Corps. He supports Bian Zoldark and his Divine Crusaders and both of them created an alliance together. He fought against the Earth Federation Army and was shot down by the crew of the Hiryu. His ship fell to Earth and dissipated in the process.

Marion RadomEdit

Marion Radom is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. She has appeared as a non-playable character in the Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation series.

Name: Marion Radom</br> {C}AKA: Dr. Radom</br> {C}Voice Actor: Unknown</br> {C}Race: Human</br> {C}Rank: N/A</br> {C}Affiliations: Mao Industries (Before OG), Tesla Leicht Institute (OG 1/2/OGs), ATX Team (OG 1/2/OGs)</br> {C}Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Kirk Hamill (Ex-husband)</br> {C}Mecha: N/A</br>

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 TomineEdit

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</br> {C}AKA: Minaki</br> {C}Voice Actor: Unknown</br> {C}Race: Human</br> {C}Rank: N/A</br> {C}Affiliations: Alpha Numbers (Alpha 3)</br> {C}Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Touma Kanou (Love interest), Kaoru Tomine (Father)</br> {C}Mecha: RaiOh</br>

Mitsuko IsurugiEdit

Mitsuko Isurugi is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. She has appeared as a non-playable character in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2 and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.

Mitsuko Isurugi is the current CEO of Isurugi Industries in Original Generation 2 and the daughter of Renji Isurugi. Codenamed "Rose" in secret transactions, she funded Project TD and is the person Nibhal Mubhal pledge his true allegiance to. Despite her innocent, charming looks, she uses it to progress her own ideals, her profits and her company is the one who funded the Divine Crusaders. Interestingly, in Original Generation, Renji Isurugi was killed shortly after he broke his ties with the Divine Crusaders and tried to surrender to the Aerogaters alongside Karl Schtleseman. Nibhal survived Viletta's attack at Antarctica.

Mitsuko shows herself to be able to psychologically manipulate others easily to her side, as shown with Kenneth Garret and Nibhal Mubhal. She makes others see her as an innocent businesswoman, who only cares about her profits even though she did more than just that. When Mao Industries was taken over by the Inspectors, Isurugi took control of the repairs. She was the one who made a pact with the Shadow-Mirrors to repair their units in exchange for their blueprints and planned the coup d'etat to overthrow the current government successfully. Vindel Mauser was supportive of her policies as it is "chaos" to him. The Inspectors also agreed to do business with her in exchange for the Shadow-Mirrors and their technology to be transferred over to their side. She did attempt to make business with the Einst but due to their inability to really speak, she called it off. All in all, she's a supporter of Bian Zoldark's views, and implements it. At the end of Original Generation 2, Mitsuko's faction is the only one that remains unopposed.

Nibhal MubhalEdit

Nibhal Mubhal 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.

Nibhal acts behind the scenes in the political settlements of Original Generation. 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 happened 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.

In Original Generation 2, Wendolo referred to Nibhal as a person sent to Earth by their faction to foresaw their technological advancements with the fall of Meteor 3. However, Wendolo no longer trusts him and believed he is a double agent, either for their enemies or for someone else.

No one really knows where Nibhal's allegiance lays. So far he has accepted 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's likely to be on Mitsuko Isurugi's side and had been so from the very beginning, and it is hinted that Nibhal has used his influence over the Federation to keep projects SRX and ATX up and running. Turns out he was working for Arteil Steinbeck, aka Euzeth Gozzo.

Norman SreyEdit

MurataEdit

Murata is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He first appeared in the Super Robot Wars Dengeki manga has appeared as an enemy character in Super Robot Wars Original Generations.

Name: Murata</br> {C}AKA: Murata</br> {C}Voice Actor: Unknown</br> {C}Race: Human</br> {C}Rank: Unknown</br> {C}Affiliations: Neo Divine Crusaders (OGs)</br> {C}Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Rishu Togo (Former teacher)</br> {C}Mecha: Guarlion Custom "Mumyou" (OGs)</br>

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.

Raji MontoyaEdit

Renji IsurugiEdit

Renji Isurugi is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as a non-playable character in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.

Renji Isurugi is the CEO of Isurugi Industries in Original Generation and his company was the one funding the Divine Crusaders. However, after the attack on Geneva by the DC, the Aerogaters began their plan to take Earth. Later, he tried to surrender to the Aerogaters after breaking his ties with the Divine Crusaders only be to killed by Viletta Vadim alongside Karl Schtleseman. Nibhal however, survived.

Rick WongEdit

Rishu TogoEdit

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</br> {C}AKA: Master Rishu Togo</br> {C}Voice Actor: Masaharu Sato</br> {C}Race: Human</br> {C}Rank: N/A</br> {C}Affiliations: Tesla Leicht Institute (OG 1/2/OGs/OG Gaiden)</br> {C}Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Sanger Zonvolt (Pupil), Brooklyn Luckfield (Pupil), Murata (Former pupil)</br> {C}Mecha: Grungust Type-0 (OGs/OG Gaiden)</br>

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. OhmiyaEdit

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</br> {C}AKA: Rob</br> {C}Voice Actor: Takuya Kirimoto</br> {C}Race: Human</br> {C}Rank: N/A</br> {C}Affiliations: Earth Federation Army (OG 1/2/OGs), SRX Developmental Project (Alpha 1/2/3, OG 1/2/OGs)</br> {C}Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Filio Presty (Close friend), Kirk Hamill (Close friend)</br> {C}Mecha: N/A</br>

Russel BergmanEdit

Race: Human
{C}Affiliations: Octopus Squad (OG 1/2/OGs)
{C}Units Piloted: F-28 Messer (OG 1/OGs), Gespenst MK II M (OG 1/2/OGs)

Ryoto HikawaEdit

Main article: Ryoto Hikawa

Sakae TakanakaEdit

Shouko AzumaEdit

Siebel MistrelEdit

Siebel Mistrel 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.

Siebel Mistrel was part of the United Colony Corps. He's an opportunist who'll use anything to win a fight, even if it means destroying or murdering those on either side. He would later join the Divine Crusaders under Adler and perish in a Rhinoceros.

Sophia NateEdit

Sophia Nate is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. She has appeared as a non-playable character in the Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation series.

Sophia Nate, also known as Magus by Wodan Ymir was the leader of the Earth Cradle, a facility hidden deep underground that is built for cryogenic sleep when the aliens come. It became the headquarters of the Divine Crusaders after the fall of Aidonous Isle. After the Divine Crusaders are defeated at Geneva, she forced the Divine Crusaders out of the Cradle and sent herself and her associates to sleep. During the 6 months interlude, her personality is believed to be erased from the Earth Cradle while she's asleep by Egret Feff and he uses her for his own ambitions to create the Machine Cells. She would later be saved by Sanger Zonvolt in the attack on the Earth Cradle and later resumes to handle the aftermath of the Earth Cradle.

Tempest HawkerEdit

Tempest Hawker 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.

Name: Tempest Hawker</br> {C}AKA: Tempest Hawker</br> {C}Voice Actor: Unknown</br> {C}Race: Human</br> {C}Rank: Major</br> {C}Affiliations: Divine Crusaders (OG 1/OGs)</br> {C}Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Unnamed wife and daughter</br> {C}Mecha: Guarlion Custom (OG 1/OGs), Valsion Custom (OG 1/OGs)</br>

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.

Tenzan NakajimaEdit

Tenzan Nakajima is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as an enemy character in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.

Name: Tenzan Nakajima</br> {C}AKA: Gaza Haganer</br> {C}Voice Actor: Yasuhiko Kawazu</br> {C}Race: Human</br> {C}Rank: Unknown</br> {C}Affiliations: Divine Crusaders (OG 1/OGs), Aerogaters (OG 1/OGs; as Gaza Haganer)</br> {C}Relatives and Personal Affiliations: N/A</br> {C}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)</br>

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, ending Tenzan's life.

Tenzan's name as Gaza Haganer is probably derived from the city of Gaza, in accordance with the Aerogater system of naming.

Thomas BrightEdit

Thomas Bright is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as an enemy character in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation and Super Robot Wars Original Generations.

A member of the Divine Crusaders, he crossed paths with the Hagane numerous times. He joins in for the pleasure of strategy and combat. He put a bomb into Ryoto's Lion that would explode when the Hagane retrieves it when he is captured though it fails. Over time, he did wonder if he was just a soldier who is going to fight for their cause and to the death and subsequently, he quits the Divine Crusaders.

Van Vat TranEdit

Van Vat Tran is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. He has appeared as an enemy character in the Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation series.

First appearing as a commander in the Divine Crusaders forces, Van Vat Tran would rise to power after the DC's destruction and the defeat of Adler Koch, becoming a unifying figure for the remainder of the DC's forces. By the events of Original Generation 2, he has managed to unify the DC Remnants under the banner of the Neo Divine Crusaders, declaring that they will be the ones to stop the threat of the Einst and the Inspectors, rather than the defense-focused EFA. Van is portrayed as a charismatic yet human commander, distrustful of Vindel Mauser and the Shadow-Mirrors even though he is forced to accept their aid. He allies with the EFA following its military coup by Graien Grassman in order to participate in Operation Plantagenet in an effort to drive off the Inspectors, and is one of the major casualties at the operation's climax. After the betrayal of the Shadow-Mirrors and Archibald Grims, along with an attack by Mekibos of the Inspectors that greatly damages everyone at the battle, Van rams his battleship into the Inspectors in order to prevent them from destroying the Hagane, buying the time needed to fire the Tronium Cannon. Moments before his demise, he orders Yuuki Jegnan and Ricarla Borgnine to join the Hagane and Hiryu Kai's crew in protecting the Earth.

Name: Van Vat Tran</br> {C}AKA: Van</br> {C}Voice Actor: Unknown</br> {C}Race: Human</br> {C}Rank: Colonel</br> {C}Affiliations: Divine Crusaders (OG 1/OGs), Neo Divine Crusaders (OG 2/OGs)</br> {C}Relatives and Personal Affiliations: </br> {C}Mecha: Rhinoceras (OG 2/OGs)</br>

Warrior RoarEdit

Wilhelm V. JürgenEdit

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</br> {C}AKA: Jürgen</br> {C}Voice Actor: Shigeru Ushiyama</br> {C}Race: Human</br> {C}Rank: Unknown</br> {C}Affiliations: Divine Crusaders (OG 1/OGs), Wong Heavy Industries (OG OVA/OGs)</br> {C}Relatives and Personal Affiliations: N/A</br> {C}Mecha: Bartoll (OG OVA), Valsion Custom Type-CF (OGs)</br>

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.

Yuan Mei LongEdit

Yuan Mei Long 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.

Name: Yuan Mei Long</br> {C}AKA: Yuan</br> {C}Voice Actor: N/A</br> {C}Race: Human</br> {C}Rank: N/A</br> {C}Affiliations: Mao Industries (OG 1/2/OGs)</br> {C}Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Rio Mei Long (Daughter)</br> {C}Mecha: N/A</br>

Yuan Mei Long is the father of Rio Mei Long. He initially did not want Rio to participate in battle and is a director in Mao Industries. Eventually, he showed his support for Rio's decision.

Yukiko DateEdit

Yukiko Date is a fictional character in the Super Robot Wars series. She has appeared as a non-playable character in the Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation series.

Name: Yukiko Date</br> {C}AKA: Yukiko</br> {C}Voice Actor: Rei Sakuma</br> {C}Race: Human</br> {C}Rank: N/A</br> {C}Affiliations: N/A</br> {C}Relatives and Personal Affiliations: Ryusei Date (Son)</br> {C}Mecha: N/A</br>

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.

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