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Gundam Wing: Glossary of Characters
The information for this glossary was taken directly from official sources and observation of the series. If you find an entry that you believe has an error in it, please write to us (EPYON@ABOUTGUNDAMWING.COM) with the correction and your sources, and we will edit the information. If you are looking for additional images of a specific character, follow the links to the references listed below their their thumbnail pictures, in many instances, you will find more pictures there.

Abdul
One of the Maganac soldiers, usually seen wearing sunglasses and a white shirt with green clothing. Abdul's specialty is strategic planning and electronics, and his mobile suit has distinctive large shoulder armor. (See the cross-listing for Maganac Corps in the Glossary of Locations, Events, and Terminology.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 4 7 9 11 20 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga

Adodera Gloria
The test pilot of the Lemming following Sei's death. During her flight, she encountered Duo, who had borrowed Wing Zero to destroy the machine. The ensuing battle led the two into space, where the Lemming System affected Adodera's mind to the point where she opened the cockpit hatch without wearing a helmet, killing herself.

Appears in: A Scythe in My Right Hand, You in My Left? Sidestory

Ahmed
Ahmed doesn't have a listed specialty, and his mobile suit has little in the way of customization. He is easily identified by his handlebar mustache. (Name is also translated as Ahmad or Afmahd in some sources.) (See the cross-listing for Maganac Corps in the Glossary of Locations, Events, and Terminology.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 3 9 11 20 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga

Alex
Alex, call sign Red Cancer, was an OZ Lieutenant and Cancer pilot who was trained by Noin at Lake Victoria Academy and then joined OZ. He led the Number 33 Independent Troops of Northeast Africa, Somalia front. Along with Muller, he was hunting down former Alliance members and attacking them in the name of Treize Khushrenada. He was killed by Zechs after violating the terms of surrender during an attack on the Mogadishu Fortress.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 13

Aretha Walker
Officer aboard Grand Shario, Aretha delivered the Griepe to Odin, defecting to MO-V shortly thereafter. (Also Arelha in some sources.)

Appears in: Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga

Auda
The Maganac soldier usually seen wearing a yellow shirt, purple pants and a black vest. Auda's mobile suit has a distinctive left claw arm. (See the cross-listing for Maganac Corps in the Glossary of Locations, Events, and Terminology.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 4 7 9 11 36 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga

Blond Student
One of Relena's classmates at the Saint Gabriel Institute, the academy she attended at the beginning of the series. He is a friend of Relena's and seems to see Heero as a rival for her attention. He and Heero meet in fencing class, where Heero bests him. The last time we see him is at Relena's birthday party. His name is given as Kai in the series novelization, but he is never referred to by that name in any of the official series documentation.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 2

Bonaparte
An Alliance commander whose slow-moving zeppelin was moored at the Corsica Base. He ignores warnings of a possible Gundam attack, and dismisses the Specials' aid. After Heavyarms and Sandrock attack, Walker and other Specials officers sacrifice themselves in order to permit Bonaparte's escape from the base. (Also referred to in some sources as Bonapa.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 3

Broden
Captain Broden is a career military officer of OZ, 42 years old, who wanted to use the mobile suit manufacturing facility Vulkanus as a catalyst for human progress. He and his men refused to surrender in the wake of the end of the war, remaining loyal to Treize until the very end. He befriends Wufei, is killed by Klementz during the battle over possession of Vulkanus, and this event  inspires Wufei to join Mariemia's Army.


Appears in: Battlefield of Pacifists Manga

Broom Brooks
Tall and imposing member of the Stardust Knights, totally loyal to Roche's knightly approach. His refusal to accept Farkill's tactics results in his death.

Appears in: Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga

Bundt
An Alliance military Colonel in Central Asia who overthrew the local government and maintained control even after OZ overthrew the Alliance. He eventually betrayed his troops to OZ and was killed by Wufei in Shenlong. (Also referred to in some sources as Bund, Bunto, Boont, or Bunte.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 12

Captain Cage
A Barge officer who ordered Sernan on a top secret reconnaissance mission. After the war, he joined the Preventers.


Appears in: Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga

Catherine Bloom
A talented acrobat and knife-thrower, Catherine is the star performer of the circus troupe Trowa uses as his cover. At first, she finds Trowa's quiet nature somewhat disturbing, but she eventually warms up to her clown comrade and ultimately comes to think of him as a surrogate little brother. (Also translated as Catherine de Bounure in some sources.) (See the cross-listing for Studio Statistics in the Glossary of Miscellany for additional information on her specific hair color, eye color, height, etc.) (source: GundamOfficial.com)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 2 6 7 9 12 13 35 36 38 43 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga | Blind Target Manga

Catherine Winner
Deceased mother of Quatre Raberba Winner who died while giving birth to Quatre. (Also listed as Quatrine or Katherine in some sources.) Quatre was apparently never informed that he was born naturally.


Appears in: Episode Zero Manga

Century Discover's CEO
Head of the Century Discover Corporation. He directs the actions of Sogran.


Appears in: Blind Target Manga

Chang Wufei
Wufei is the descendant of a legendary Chinese warrior clan, who sent him to Earth to fight against OZ. This proud fighter lives by a strict code of honor, punishing evil and enforcing justice as he sees fit. Wufei prefers to operate solo, since he has little patience for lesser warriors. These high standards make him equally contemptuous of his own failings in battle. The only ally he trusts is his Shenlong Gundam, which he has nicknamed "Nataku" after a hero of Chinese mythology. (See the cross-listing for Studio Statistics in the Glossary of Miscellany for additional information on his specific hair color, eye color, height, etc.) (Name translated as Wu Fei in many sources, also  Zhang Wu Fei.) (source: GundamOfficial.com)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 17 18 19 22 23 24 25 27 28 35 37 38 40 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga | Blind Target Manga | Battlefield of Pacifists Manga

Chris Marly
Personal assistant to Relena Darlian during the events that take place in the Blind Target radio drama and manga. A victim of an Alliance attack as a child, during which she was orphaned, she works with her childhood friend, Ralph Kurt, to gain revenge and start a new war by assassinating people vital to the current government.

 
Appears in: Blind Target Manga

Christ
Commander of Leo MS ground forces (and Heero) referred to during combat as "Blue" (Heero is "Red"). (Also listed as Christo or Kraist in some translations.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series:
30

Colony Representative
The third generation colonist who was impressed by Lady Une during her "peaceful" tour of the colonies and offered to work with OZ. (No character name listed in the series or support documentation.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 17 19

Colony Honorary Advisor
The elder colonist who supports the actions of the Gundam pilots and contests the opinions of the younger Colony Representative while Lady Une was on her "peaceful" tour of the colonies. (No character name listed in the series or support documentation.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 17

Commander Sadaul
Commander of the village forces (and the secret Maganac base below it) where Quatre and Duo take shelter after Heero self destructs. (Name translated as Sadaal in some sources.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 11

Count Townsend
Military officer who holds Heero and Quatre in confinement in a military camp after both pilots land on Earth after their escape from the Lunar Base. He treats them more in the way of guests than prisoners, provides only minimal security measures, and allows them to make their escape into Sanc.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 29

Daigonegell
A Brigadier General within the Alliance who planned the attack and takeover of the Sanc Kingdom. Zechs assassinates him shortly after Operation Daybreak. (Also listed as Digonadelle, Diago Onegel, Diego D'Ongelle, Diego O'Neguil in some sources.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 8

Dekim Barton
Leader and figurehead of the powerful military-industrial complex in L3 known as the Barton Foundation, Dekim was the originator of the plan behind the original Operation Meteor. A White Fang supporter during the events of AC195, he masterminds Mariemaia's attempt to overthrow the ESUN in AC 196. He is eventually assassinated by one of his own subordinates.


Appears in: Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga | Blind Target Manga

Dick Hidasaki
Chief mechanic and engineer on MO-V and expert at repairing the Gundams, Dick can usually be found in the hangar, wearing his baseball cap and working on the G-Units with Lucille Aisley.

Appears in: Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga

Doctor Berg
The inventor of the G-Units, Dr. Berg is a brilliant scientist. He seems more interested in protecting his work than the people of MO-V. Originally one of Duke Dermail's top agents, Dr. Berg was an accomplished mobile suit designer who was placed at the asteroid colony MO-V. However, the colony's chairman Roga Herman chose to develop space travel instead of mobile suits. Enraged, Berg sabotaged the shuttle, killing Mark Barnett and his wife and convincing Herman to allow him to build his mobile suits. The fruits of his labors were the G-Units, mobile suits with the ability to rapidly change their equipment and the powerful but dangerous PX System.


Appears in: Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga

Doctor J
A prior member of the Alliance’s mobile suit development team, all of whom disbanded and fled the project after completing the Tallgeese and designing Wing Gundam Zero, and eventually set up development on separate colony clusters and Earth. Doctor J. (Colony Cluster L1) designed and developed the Wing Gundam and trained Heero Yuy to be its pilot. He also gave Heero his name. Dr.J wears tight-fitting eye lenses, has a prosthetic left hand, wears leg braces, and walks with the aid of a cane. GundamOfficial lists him as a cyborg.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 5 10 17 18 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 47 48 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga | Gundam Evolve 7

Doktor S
A prior member of the Alliance’s mobile suit development team, all of whom disbanded and fled the project after completing the Tallgeese and designing Wing Gundam Zero, and eventually set up development on separate colony clusters and Earth. Doktor S (Colony Cluster L3) designed and developed the Gundam Heavyarms at the request of the Barton Foundation. He has a prosthetic nose.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 17 18 20 23 24 25 26 47 48 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga

Dobert A Romefeller loyalist who was present at the theft of the mass production Gundams. Dobert was assigned to the Sandleon and sent to kill the thieves, but was defeated twice in combat by Tiel Nonbleu and her friends, dying in the second battle.

Appears in: Tiel's Impulse

Dornille A White Fang officer, Dornille was sent to MO-V in an attempt to capture the G-Units for White Fang.

Appears in: Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga

Dorothy Catalonia
Granddaughter of Duke Dermail, cousin to Treize, and Romefeller representative and spy at Relena's Sanc Kingdom school. Though she transfers into the Relena's Institute in order to learn about total Pacifism, she publicly declares that she favors war, arguing that human beings thrive on violence and conflict. She eventually follows Relena back into space where she joins White Fang. (See the cross-listing for Studio Statistics in the Glossary of Miscellany for additional information on her specific hair color, eye color, height, etcetera.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 29 30 31 33 36 38 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 48 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga | Battlefield of Pacifists Manga

Duke Dermail
Leader of the Romefeller Foundation, Dorothy's grandfather, and Treize Khushrenada's uncle. While Treize supports the ideal of chivalry and valor, Demail cares only for the accumulation of money and power. By backing OZ and setting off a worldwide civil war, he hopes to increase the market for his corporation's mobile suits and Mobile Dolls. While working diligently to expand the reach of the Romefeller Foundation, he installs Relena as a figurehead under his control. The members of the Foundation support her instead of him, so he heads into space to take command of Space Fortress Barge. He encounters members of the White Fang's opposition troop en-route and is killed by them.

 
Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 14 18 22 25 26 27 28 31 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Duo Maxwell
Duo is a member of the wandering salvage merchant organization known as the Sweeper Group, which sent him to Earth to battle OZ. Despite the hardships he's suffered in his young life, and the seriousness of his mission, Duo is always cheerful and good-natured. But when he goes into battle as pilot of the Gundam Deathscythe, striking from the shadows with its lethal beam scythe, he truly earns his nickname "God of Death" (a.k.a. Shinigami). (See the cross-listing for Studio Statistics in the Glossary of Miscellany for additional information on his specific hair color, eye color, height, etcetera.) (source: GundamOfficial.com)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 17 18 19 20 23 24 25 27 28 32 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga | Blind Target Manga | Battlefield of Pacifists Manga | A Scythe in My Right Hand, You in My Left Sidestory

Earth Sphere Unified Nation President
The chief executive of the new world (after the events that take place in the Gundam Wing series/AC 195) government. Dedicated to peace and nonviolence, he sponsors the funding of the Preventer intelligence agency.


Appears in: Endless Waltz OVA

Earth Sphere Unified Nation President's Granddaughter
Shown only in two brief cameo scenes of Endless Waltz, the ESUN's granddaughter clutches a teddy bear and watches news footage with her grandfather, and then joins the people of the city in protest at Gundam Altron's feet.


Appears in: Endless Waltz OVA

Father Maxwell
The priest who accepted Duo and the rest of his street gang of war orphans into his care in Duo's Episode Zero background story. Father Maxwell was killed during the events of the AC187 Maxwell Church Tragedy. Duo later appends his last name, taking it as his own.

Appears in: Episode Zero Manga

Field Marshall Noventa
Noventa is the highest ranking officer of the United Earth Sphere Alliance and a key proponent of peace between the colonies and the nations of earth. He is killed along with a number of other Alliance officials interested in a peaceful resolution to the strife between the colonies and Earth at the New Edwards Base when Heero destroys the outbound shuttle carrying the dignitaries with his Wing Gundam. He is listed as a General in the French version of both the mangas and the anime and the fansub.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 7 14 27

General Septum
One of the highest ranked members of the Alliance, General Septum is the head of the Alliance Forces in space. In the aftermath of the assassination of the pacifist members of the Alliance at New Edwards, he proclaims a declaration of war. Immediately after which, Lady Une kills him by ejecting him from Treize's jet and shooting him. (Also translated as Septem, Ceptim or Septele in some sources.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 1 4 7 27 | Episode Zero Manga

General Septum's Father
Septum's father (like Septum's son, Gwinter) elected to remain in space after the OZ takeover, deciding to stay in a location where the Alliance still retained some authority. No other character name is listed in the series or support documentation. (Also translated as Septem, Ceptim or Septele in some sources.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 22

General Ventei
General Ventei is head of terrestrial forces for the United Earth Sphere Alliance, and, like Noventa, a proponent of peace between the colonies and the nations of earth. He is killed along with a number of other Alliance officials interested in a peaceful resolution to the strife between the colonies and Earth at the New Edwards Base when Heero destroys an outbound shuttle carrying the dignitaries with his Wing Gundam. (Name translated as Benty, Bentz, Vente, or Venty in some sources.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 1 7

Gwinter Septum
Septum's son, like Septum's father, elected to remain in space after the OZ takeover, deciding to stay in a position where the Alliance still had some authority. (Also translated as Septem, Ceptim or Septele in some sources.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 22

Heero Yuy (pilot)
This mysterious youth was sent from the L1 space colony cluster to fight against OZ. Dr.J gave him the code name Heero Yuy, after the martyred leader of the space colonies; his real name, like almost everything else about him, is unknown. Heero has been trained since childhood for his role as pilot of the Wing Gundam, an upbringing that has made him cold and ruthless. But thanks to his years of training, Heero has become a perfect soldier equally skilled in personal combat, explosives, and computer hacking. During the events of the series, he begins to regain his humanity. (See the cross-listing for Studio Statistics in the Glossary of Miscellany for additional information on his specific hair color, eye color, height, etcetera.) (Name translated as Hiiro or Hiro in some sources. Also Yui.) (source: GundamOfficial.com)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 30 31 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga | Blind Target Manga | Battlefield of Pacifists Manga | Gundam Evolve 7

Heero Yuy (politician)
A politician who achieved the near impossible: unified the colonies and negotiated a temporary peace with the military factions from Earth. His assassination on April 7th, AC175, triggered a series of events, including the planning of Operation Meteor, by which the colonies hoped to enact revenge on the Earth nations. (Name translated as Hiiro or Hiro in some sources. Also Yui.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 5 | Episode Zero Manga

Hilde Schbeiker
An OZ volunteer soldier that reports to the Lunar Base that befriends Duo, tries to recruit him, and eventually turns against OZ to works with him and provide him with a cover, working in her salvage yard.. She is injured at the end of the series when fighting against mobile dolls, but appears alive and well again at the end of Endless Waltz. (Name translated as Hirde in some sources; her surname is translated with various and diverse mutilations.) (See the cross-listing for Studio Statistics in the Glossary of Miscellany for additional information on her specific hair color, eye color, height, etc.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 23 32 36 37 38 39 45 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga | Battlefield of Pacifists Manga

Howard
A prior member of the Alliance’s mobile suit development team, Howard is an aging engineer who operates an oceangoing salvage ship. He invariably wears Hawaiian shirts and retro-styled sunglasses. Howard is a member of the Sweeper Group, and his ship serves as a mobile base for Duo and the Gundam Deathscythe. Originally one of team of scientists who developed mobile suits for Romefeller, Howard helped complete the Tallgeese and the spaceship Peacemillion, and later designed and implemented upgrades to Gundam Heavyarms and Gundam Sandrock.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 5 6 19 33 34 35 40 42 43 44 45 47 48 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga

Inspector Acht
The inspector who was sent out to verify that the Wing Gundam that Heero self-destructed, and that Mieser was rebuilding for Zechs, was completely destroyed. Trowa killed him during a mobile suit skirmish outside of the Barclay base during Zechs' and Heero's duel in Antarctica. (Also Ocht in some translations.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 14 15

Instructor H
A prior member of the Alliance’s mobile suit development team, all of whom disbanded and fled the project after completing the Tallgeese and designing Wing Gundam Zero, and eventually set up development on separate colony clusters and Earth. Instructor H (Colony Cluster L4) was befriended by Quatre and constructed the Gundam Sandrock. He is short, with dark hair, a receding hairline, and a thin mustache. For more background information, read Quatre's chapter in the Episode Zero manga.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 17 18 20 23 24 25 26 47 48 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga

Irea Winner
The eldest of Quatre's 29 sisters, Irea works as a medical doctor on an independent resource satellite under the control of the Winner conglomerate. (It's mentioned in the series that all of Quatre's sisters are stationed at different resource satellites.) It is unclear whether she was killed or just injured in Episode 21, as she doesn't appear in the series after that point. (Name translated as Iria in some sources.)

 
Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 21 25 | Episode Zero Manga

Jim
One of the senior chief mobile suit engineers for OZ. He works along with Mieser on both the Tallgeese MS and the project of rebuilding Wing Gundam.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 16

Karl Nonbleu
An OZ mobile suit pilot, Karl was assigned to pilot Gundam Lucifer during its test run. However, the ZERO System 2.0 proved unstable and drove him mad, causing him to believe that he could end all war by destroying those who would perpetuate it. Eventually he encountered his younger sister Tiel, unfortunately, Karl was beyond aid at this point, and when his sister refused to help carry out his mad plan, he attacked her, and the two siblings ended up dying as they fell into Earth's atmosphere. (Also Carl.)

Appears in: Tiel's Impulse

Katrina Peacecraft Presumably the name of the deceased Queen of the Sanc Kingdom and Relena and Milliardo's mother. Marquis Weridge initially addresses Relena as such when he first sees her at the formal assembly in Moscow. (Also Katerina or Catherina.)

Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 11

King Peacecraft
King of the Sanc Kingdom and associate of Heero Yuy. Known for his pacifist stance, he was killed during the events that took place as his country was forcibly occupied by Alliance forces in AC182. During the occupation, the whereabouts of Prince Milliardo and Princess Relena were thrown into question.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 9 28

Klementz
Lieutenant who reports to Captain Broden. He is a undercover agent for the Perfect Peace People and eventually kills Broden.


Appears in: Battlefield of Pacifists Manga

Kratz Silvy
One of the Stardust Knights and a leader of OZ Prize, Kratz betrayed Roche before an extended MS battle with Odel using the PX System destroyed both him and his Gundam.

Appears in: Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga

Krung Ponramaai
A childhood friend of Tiel Nonbleu, Krung was part of the team that broke into Romefeller's secret factory and stole their mass production Gundams. In particular, Krung ended up with the T'ien-Lung Gundam. However, the entire plan was simply a ruse by Krung, who wanted the Gundam so that she could join up with the Mariemaia Army, believing in the ideals it espoused. Upon reaching the Graveyard of Soldiers, Krung revealed her deceit, using T'ien-Lung's ZERO System to activate a pair of Capricorn Mobile Dolls and attempting to kill Tiel. Unfortunately for her, Wing Seraphim's own ZERO System activated, allowing Tiel to (unwillingly) kill her former friend with one attack.

Appears in: Tiel's Impulse

Lady Une
Lady Une is Treize's loyal aide and agent, whom he often assigns to assassinate enemies or command important field operations. While she is passionately devoted to Treize, and often compassionate and nurturing in his presence, Lady Une shows no mercy to her master's foes, and is infamous for her overzealous cruelty. These two contrasting natures lead to her developing a split personality. Ultimately, it is her devotion to Treize that wins out, and she becomes a balanced and fair director of Preventers during the early days of the ESUN. There is some debate over whether or not she is also the Middie Une that is a main character in Trowa's Episode Zero chapter (read his chapter in the Episode Zero manga for more information); and it should also be noted that she is capable of piloting Wing Gundam, which she does in order to save Treize's life. (Name translated as Lady Anne in some sources.) (See the cross-listing for Studio Statistics in the Glossary of Miscellany for additional information on her specific hair color, eye color, height, etc.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 42 46 47 48 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga | Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga | Battlefield of Pacifists Manga

Leia Barton
Daughter of Dekin Barton and employed as a nurse on L3's colony X18999. In AC188 Leia cares for Treize after he in injured while defending an Alliance military installation on the colony. She had a daughter, a daughter, Mariemeia Barton, born in AC189. She died in AC191 of an illness. (Name translated as Leah or Rheia in some sources.)

Appears in: Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga

Little Girl and Puppy
A key moment in the training of a younger Heero Yuy, the accidental death of a little girl and her puppy in AC 194 due to his terrorist attack on an Alliance base causes Heero to rethink his training. Dekim Barton, a key sponsor of the training, instructs Dr.J to re-train the emotionalism from his "weapon." We are never told the name of the little girl, but she addresses her puppy as "Mary." According to Heero's Episode Zero chapter, it is her teddy bear that Relena touches in the opening segment of the series.


Appears in: Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga

Lon Sernan
An OZ Special Lieutenant and mechanic who was present at Lake Victoria base when it was attacked by the Shenlong Gundam and was later assigned to Barge, Sernan was under Lady Une's orders when he received word that the colony MO-V was under Prize jurisdiction. Lieutenant Nichol, hiding this from Une, ordered Sernan to investigate MO-V and find out what was so important about it. As he neared the colony, he was attacked by Broom Brooks, but was fortunately saved by the Bernett brothers. After explaining his situation, Sernan joined MO-V's staff as a mobile suit mechanic. Sernan joined Preventers after the conflict. (Name translated as Lowe in some sources.)


Appears in: Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga

Lucille Aisley

Lucille is a mechanic and the lead programmer at MO-V; her computer skills are invaluable in the development of the new G-Units. She's also Odin's girlfriend, although it's hard to tell sometimes, as they are always bickering.


Appears in: Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga

Lucrezia Noin
Noin is a good friend of Zechs from his days at the Lake Victoria military academy. After graduation, she joined the academy's staff, and now trains new Specials recruits in the art of space combat. Though Noin is a formidable mobile suit pilot, she doesn't much care for fighting, and she often uses her influence with OZ's leader [Treize Khushrenada] to try to resolve crisis situations peacefully. She is deeply loyal to Zechs, and protective of him and his younger sister, eventually becoming a Special Guard of the Sanc Kingdom in order to protect Relena. (Name translated as Lucretia Neun in some sources.) (See the cross-listing for Studio Statistics in the Glossary of Miscellany for additional information on her specific hair color, eye color, height, etc.) (source: GundamOfficial.com)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 14 15 16 27 28 29 31 33 35 36 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 47 48 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga | Battlefield of Pacifists Manga

Luna Armonia
A war orphan, younger sister to Soris, and mobile suit pilot, eventually serving with her sister under Valder Farkill.

Appears in: Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga

Madam L / Louisa Lovecraft An eccentric engineer who created the Lemming, a mobile suit with performance levels nearing those of a Gundam. The Lemming's main feature, the Lemming System, affects the mind of anyone within its effect radius, forcing them into a sort of berserker rage. Madam L apparently cared more about research than family, since she allowed her daughter Sei to pilot the dangerous machine, which cost her her life.

Appears in: A Scythe in My Right Hand, You in My Left? Sidestory

Manager
Ringleader of the circus that employs Catherine Bloom and provides cover for Gundam pilot Trowa Barton. Also often listed or referred to simply as the manager of the circus. No character name is listed in the series or support documentation, but in the novelization of the series, his name is given as Hawthorne.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 2 6 7 12 13 35 36 43 | Endless Waltz OVA

Mariemaia Khushrenada
Daughter of Treize Khushrenada and Leia Barton. Born AC189 in the L3 colony cluster on Colony X18999, and only seven years old during the events that take place in Endless Waltz. After the death of Dekim Barton, she is taken in by and becomes a ward of Lady Une. (Name translated as Marimeiya in some sources.)


Appears in: Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga | Blind Target Manga

Mark Bernett
Odin and Odell's late father. He developed a new type of engine that would go on to be used in the Gundam Griepe. He and his wife were killed in a shuttle explosion that was thought to be an accident, but had actually been planned by Doctor Berg. (Name translated as Barnett in some sources.)

Appears in: Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga

Marquis Weridge
Marquis Weridge is a high ranking member of the Romafeller Foundation that supports Treize's rise to power. He is also Relena's grandfather. (Also Marquise in some sources.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 11 39 40 41

Master Long
Family elder of Wufei's family, he guides Wufei in his training. He is very proud, and is instrumental in making the decision to destroy his colony instead of allowing it to be used as a pawn during the war. (Also listed as Ron Shirin, Supreme Master Long Zi-ling, or Master Ran in some sources.)

 
Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 35 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga

Master O
A prior member of the Alliance’s mobile suit development team, all of whom disbanded and fled the project after completing the Tallgeese and designing Wing Gundam Zero, and eventually set up development on separate colony clusters and Earth. Tall, bald, and skilled in martial arts, Master O (Colony Cluster L5) is the Gundam Engineer who designed and constructed the Gundam Shenlong, and who directs the actions of Wufei Chang.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 17 18 20 23 24 25 26 47 48 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga

Meiran Chang
Granddaughter of Master Long and heir of the Long Clan. Wed by arranged marriage to Wufei Chang in AC194 (at the time training as a scholar) at the age of fourteen. She nicknamed herself Nataku, something that angered Wufei, as he didn't see her worthy of the name, and she battled against the Alliance forces that attacked her colony and died of mortal wounds. Wufei sometimes refers to his Gundam as Nataku (see entry in Events Glossary) out of respect for the memory of his wife. (Name translated as Meilan and also as Long Mei Lan in some sources. It is also worth nothing that apparently only the US release of the manga lists her as Meiran Chang, and most other versions list her as Long Merian / Meilan.)

Appears in: Episode Zero Manga

Middie Une
The young civilian girl who betrayed No-Name's (Trowa's) band of mercenaries in his Episode Zero chapter. She served as the group's cook and befriended Trowa while working undercover as an Alliance spy in return for funds to take care of her sick father and brothers. It is unclear if she is the same person as Lady Une in the Gundam Wing series and Endless Waltz. (Name translated as Midii, Midy, or Midi in some sources.)

Appears in: Episode Zero Manga

Milliardo Peacecraft Birth name of Zechs Merquise. He uses this name during his brief time as an ambassador of peace from Sanc (episodes 21-23), and again later in the series (episodes 40-49). (Name translated as Millardo or Milliard in some sources.) See main listing under Zechs Merquise for full episode references and images.
Mieser
An OZ soldier stationed at the Lake Victoria Base, Mieser is the man Zechs places in charge of restoring the Tallgeese to its full operating capacity after the death of Otto. He is also in charge of rebuilding the self-destructed Gundam 01 (Wing Gundam) for Zechs' duel with Heero at the South Pole. (Also Miser, Maser,  or Meiser in some translations.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 13 14 15 16 27

Mogadishu Commander
Unnamed commander of the Alliance Mogadishu Base that was attacked and destroyed by Alex, Mueller, and Zechs.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 13

Mr. Winner
Quatre's father, head of the Winner family, pacifist, and owner of the Winner Company. Referred to in the series as both "Mister Winner" and "Master of the Winner Family." He was a devout follower of Heero Yuy's philosophy of pacifism, believing that violence only begets more violence. As a result, he and Quatre separated when Quatre became a Gundam pilot. When the leaders of the colony voted to support the war effort in space, Mr. Winner disconnected the resource satellite from the colony in protest. The colony fired upon the satellite, killing Mr. Winner. (In the Series Novelization, he is also called Zayeed Winner.)

 
Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 21 | Episode Zero Manga

Mrs. Darlian
Wife of Vice Foreign Minister Darlian and Relena's surrogate mother.  (Name translated as Dorlan or Dorlian in some sources.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 2 5 6 | Episode Zero Manga

Mrs. Noventa
Wife and widow of Marshal Noventa, the Alliance's Chief Commander. She lives in Marseilles, and her mother lives in Sicily. Mrs. Noventa writes a letter to Heero, encouraging him to use his life, not his death, to redeem the death of her husband. It is this letter that Relena delivers to Heero in Antarctica.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 15 16

Muller
Muller, call sign Blue Angel, was an OZ Lieutenant and Aries pilot who was trained by Noin at Lake Victoria Academy and then joined OZ. He was a member of the Number 33 Independent Troops of Northeast Africa, Somalia front. Along with Alex, he was hunting down former Alliance members and attacking them in the name of Treize Khushrenada. He was killed by Zechs after violating the terms of surrender during an attack on the Mogadishu Fortress. (Also listed as Mueller in some sources.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 13

Nanaki
Nanaki was an Alliance Major stationed in an independent country taken over by Alliance forces led by Colonel Bundt. He, like his fellow comrades, wished to maintain as much independence and autonomy as possible and refused to accept help from OZ in defeating the local guerilla forces (led in part by ex-Alliance Officer Sally Po), but Bundt secretly sells out to OZ and Nanaki and the soldiers loyal to him are killed by OZ.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 12

Nichol
OZ Lieutenant and Lady Une's aide who took a distinct dislike of Trowa when he worked undercover and infiltrated OZ. Although Nichol was eventually imprisoned for jeopardizing Lady Une's safety, he returned to bring Lady Une to Earth after Barge was destroyed. He eventually sacrificed his life to help defeat White Fang troops. (Name translated as Nicols in some sources.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 17 18 19 20 21 22 42 | Last Outpost (G-Unit)

No-Name
The young mercenary soldier and mobile suit technician who would later assume the identity of Trowa Barton and become the pilot of the Gundam Heavyarms.


Appears in: Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga

Odel Bernett

The older of the Bernett brothers, Odel is the top MS pilot at MO-V. He is distrustful of the OZ delegates who come to his home. Odel had to help raise his younger brother after the loss of their parents. With Berg's help, he adopted the identity of Silver Crown and secretly aided MO-V from within OZ. Unfortunately, Prize's new leader Valder Farkill realized what was happening and attacked Odel as he attempted to send the Gundam Griepe to Odin. After getting away from OZ, Odell returned to MO-V. He participated in the final battle, helping to defeat Kratz and personally finishing Berg. (Name translated as Odell or Barnett in some sources.)

Appears in: Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga

Odin Bernett

The younger Bernett brother and main character of the series, Odin is frustrated at living in the shadow of his brother. Impulsive and brash, Odin hasn't been able to master the self-control needed to take full advantage of the new G-Unit and its PX system. At first Odin has difficulty using the PX System, but following Odel's apparent death he begins training, and uses it to drive back Roche Natono when he appears with the new Gundam Aesculapius. Later on, Odin receives the Gundam Griepe and learns of his brother's true fate, using the Griepe to drive Farkill off. When Doctor Berg's doomsday plan sends Grand Shario on a rampage to destroy the colonies and Earth, Odin is the one to pilot the combined G-Unit and destroy the battleship, bringing an end to the conflict for good. (Name translated as Adin in many sources.)

Appears in: Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga

Odin Lowe
The professional assassin who was hired to kill the politician Heero Yuy in AC175, and who raised and trained the future Gundam pilot Heero Yuy. In AC187, Odin was hired by Dekim Barton to assassinate General Septum, Dekim then took his revenge on Odin and killed him, leaving Heero to find Dr. J and begin his training as a Gundam pilot.


Appears in: Episode Zero Manga

Otto Richter
An OZ soldier loyal to Zechs Merquise, Otto is the lead mechanic put in charge of returning the Tallgeese to full functionality. He is injured during a test flight phase of the reconstruction, and ultimately sacrifices his life for Zechs in re-taking the Sanc Kingdom from the Alliance.

 
Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 1 3 4 5 7 9

Pagan
Man of multiple skills: chauffeur, swordsman, computer specialist, jet pilot, and Relena's butler. He is shown as a longtime associate of both Peacecraft children, as he spars with a much younger Zechs in a fencing contest in episode 15. (Also Pargan in some translations.)

 
Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 2 9 15 16 27 29 30 31 33 34 35 36 41 | Episode Zero Manga

Professor G
A prior member of the Alliance’s mobile suit development team, all of whom disbanded and fled the project after completing the Tallgeese and designing Wing Gundam Zero, and eventually set up development on separate colony clusters and Earth. Professor G (Colony Cluster L2) is the Gundam engineer who designed and constructed the Gundam Deathscythe and gives orders to Duo Maxwell. He has an unusually long nose, a prominent scar on his left cheek, a mustache, and wears his hair in a thick, mushroom shaped hairstyle.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 17 18 20 23 24 25 26 47 48 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga

Quatre Raberba Winner
Quatre is a young aristocrat, the thirtieth child - and only son - of a wealthy family of pacifist-minded space colony developers. Though he's the most tender-hearted and gentle of the Gundam pilots, Quatre is just as brave and determined, and has defied his family's wishes in order to join the battle against OZ. Quatre is aided by a troop of forty loyal soldiers and can draw on the Winner family's vast resources, assets which more than make up for his relative lack of fighting skill. (See the cross-listing for Studio Statistics in the Glossary of Miscellany for additional information on her specific hair color, eye color, height, etcetera.) (Sometimes also: Quatera or Rababa.) (source: GundamOfficial.com and Series)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 17 18 21 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 33 35 36 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga | Blind Target Manga | Battlefield of Pacifists Manga

Quatre's Butler
A man shown only once, in the company of Quatre and the Maganacs in a desert encampment shortly after Quatre's arrival on Earth.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 2

Quinze
Quinze, a former compatriot of the politician Heero Yuy, was present at the assassination of Heero Yuy in AC 175. He is the leader of White Fang, and the man who initially planned Operation Meteor with Dekim Barton and arranged for the development and construction of the Gundams. He leads the Artemis Revolution in order to take control of the Battleship Libra and the Lunar Base, after which, he forms the White Fang, a group of rebel colonists who team up to defeat the Earth forces. He manages to convince Zechs to join them as their figurehead, and demotes himself to second-in-command. (Name listed as Quinze Barton on IMDB.com, also Kanz, and other phonetic variations.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 37 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 | Episode Zero Manga | Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga

Ralph Kurt
A victim of an Alliance attack as a child, he works with his childhood friend, Chris Marley, to gain revenge and start a new war by assassinating people vital to the current government. He uses his background as a member of the mercenary group that included Gundam pilot Trowa Barton prior to the events of AC195, to attempt to buy Gundam Heavyarms for their new war.


Appears in: Blind Target Manga

Rashid Kurama
Commander of the Maganac Corps, a private army/self-defense unit of a Middle Eastern nation that is resisting the Alliance. Abdul, Ahmed and Auda act as his lieutenants within the group of forty soldiers. Rashid is very protective of Quatre, and he and the other Maganacs aid him (and eventually the other Gundam pilots) in any way they can. His mobile suit is customized with head mounted vulcan guns, shoulder armor similar to Sandrock's in design, and a command antenna mounted on the head of the suit. (Name translated as Rasid, Rasheed, or even La Sheed in some sources.) (See the cross-listing for Maganac Corps in the Glossary of Locations, Events, and Terminology.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 1 3 4 5 7 9 10 11 27 36 48 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga

Relena (Peacecraft) Darlian
Relena is the pampered daughter of the Earth Alliance's vice minister for foreign affairs. Her father, a former statesman of the Sanc Kingdom, is responsible for the negotiations with the space colonists, an assignment which leaves Mr. Darlian little time for his wife and child. Her family's wealth and status make Relena the star of her private school's social scene, but do little to reduce her boredom and loneliness. When her quiet existence is disrupted by the Gundam pilots, this poor little rich girl discovers her own, previously untapped, reserves of strength and courage. Later revealed as the missing princess of the Sanc Kingdom, she pursues ideals of Pacifism, is installed as a figurehead for the World Nation and titled "Queen of the World" before the collapse of the temporary government. She eventually adopts the name of her foster father and is working as a diplomat during the events in Endless Waltz. Her birthday is April 7, 180. (See the cross-listing for Studio Statistics in the Glossary of Miscellany for additional information on her specific hair color, eye color, height, etc.) (source: GundamOfficial.com)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 14 15 16 27 28 29 30 31 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga | Battlefield of Pacifists Manga | Blind Target Manga | Gundam Evolve 7

Roche Nattono

Former leader of OZ Prize's Stardust Knights, Roche was rescued by MO-V after his own people betrayed him. Now he fights alongside his former enemies. His assistant, Aretha, left OZ to join him. (Name translated as Rosshe in some sources.)


Appears in: Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga

Roga Herman

The elected official of MO-V, Roga is a humble leader who relies stongly on the advice of his communications officer, Tricia Farrell.


Appears in: Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga

Sally Po
Sally is a honest and well-meaning major in the Alliance, assigned to the UESA's intelligence bureau. While working at one of the Alliance's medical facilities, she meets Heero and is intrigued by the mysterious young Gundam pilot. After the collapse of the Alliance, and opposed to OZ and the Romafeller Foundation, she elects to aid the Gundams. She eventually joins the Preventers, adopts the codename "Water," and works closely with Wufei, and then with both Lady Une and Lucrezia Noin. (See the cross-listing for Studio Statistics in the Glossary of Miscellany for additional information on her specific hair color, eye color, height, etc.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 3 8 12 20 23 28 29 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga | Battlefield of Pacifists Manga

Sedici
A high ranking member of the White Fang who secretly infiltrated OZ (rank of Colonel) and worked on the construction of the Battleship Libra. He was instrumental in capturing Tsuberov and the Libra. He is sent to attack Barge along with Zechs, but is killed when Barge fires its cannon. (Also referred to in some sources as Sedichi.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 37 38 39 40 41

Sei
A young woman who had a chance encounter with Duo Maxwell at the colonies one day. What he didn't realize is that Sei's mother, Madam L, is an engineer who had designed the deadly and powerful Lemming mobile suit. During a test flight of the Lemming, Sei is killed by its special Lemming System.

Appears in: A Scythe in My Right Hand, You in My Left? Sidestory

Semis
A Romefeller loyalist, Semis was present at the theft of the mass production Gundams and was assigned to track down and kill the thieves. She piloted the Deathscythe Guilty, but was defeated once thanks to a surprise attack by Krung Ponramaai's T'ien-Lung Gundam. Even though her machine was upgraded with parts from the wreckage of the Hydra Gundam, Semis was killed in combat with Trinoi Levinsky's Gundam Dellinger Arms at the Graveyard of Soldiers.

Appears in: Tiel's Impulse

Sister Helen
From Duo's story in the Episode Zero manga, Sister Helen is a nun at the Maxwell Church that adopts Duo and provides him with foster care.

Appears in: Episode Zero Manga

Sogran
A former commander of White Fang, Sogran makes a deal with the CEO of the Century Discover Corporation to capture the Gundams for weapons research.


Appears in: Blind Target Manga

Solo A virus breaks out at L2's V08744 colony in AC187. While an antidote is eventually developed, it is not provided to the poor, including children orphaned by the war with the Alliance. Among these is a gang led by a boy named Solo; a member of whose gang steals the antidote from an Alliance base, but too late to save his friend, and he adopts the name "Duo" in memory of him.

Appears in: Episode Zero Manga

Soris Armonia
War orphan, older sister of Luna, and Valder's bodyguard. Dedicated mobile suit pilot.


Appears in: Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga

Sylvia Noventa
Granddaughter of Field Marshall Noventa; she lives in Marseilles. Heero goes to visit her and begs for her forgiveness for the accidental death of her grandfather.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 14

Tiel Nonbleu
A 14-year old choir girl and the protagonist of Tiel's Impulse. Her older brother was an OZ test pilot who was driven mad by the Gundam Lucifer's ZERO System Ver 2.0. In order to find him, she came up with the plan to sneak into the colony where Romafeller built their mass production Gundams, all under the auspices of a choral performance. During the Gundamjack, she stole a Wing Gundam Seraphim, whose ZERO System Ver 2.5 would be used to help her track down older brother. However, the race to find her brother results in her losing her two best friends before finally encountering him. Unfortunately, older brother is completely mad thanks to the ZERO System and, when his sister refused to join him, the two fought and ended up falling into the Earth's atmosphere, dying in the process.

Appears in: Tiel's Impulse

Trant Clark
The OZ Lieutenant who went against Tuberov's orders and persisted in investigating a practical use for Wing Zero's cockpit system. After collecting data from test subjects Heero and Duo, he went insane and died while piloting Wing Zero. In the manga adaptation of the series, he is friends with Hilde and spends time on the same colony where she operates her salvage company.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 26 32

Treize Khushrenada
Treize is the charming, charismatic leader of OZ--and of the Specials, the elite Earth Alliance taskforce which serves as OZ's disguise. He is a pure aristocrat, who lives by a code of chivalry and conducts himself as a gentleman even while plotting cruel treachery and bloody revolution. Treize's wicked schemes are rooted in a nobleman's conviction that conflict and war serve to strengthen and improve the human spirit. He is admired by OZ's soldiers; feared by his Alliance superiors; and a close, trusted friend to ace pilot Zechs Merquise. He guides the actions of Lady Une, and later motivates her to seek balance in her emotions. Trieze is also the father of Mariamaia Khushrenada. (See the cross-listing for Studio Statistics in the Glossary of Miscellany for additional information on his specific hair color, eye color, height, etc.) It is mentioned in the series (ep 22) that Treize "has had ties with the Sanc Kingdom since his youth" and Dorothy specifically mentions that she remembers how she and Zechs played with Treize "when they were children" (ep 42). Treize is killed in a mobile suit duel by Wufei during the final battle of Earth versus the White Fang forces in space. (source: GundamOfficial.com and Series)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 1 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 18 22 26 27 28 33 34 36 38 40 41 42 45 46 47 48 | Episode Zero Manga

Treize Loyalist
The soldier from Mariemaia's Army that remains loyal to Treize and assassinates Dekim Barton after Dekim shoots Mariemaia Khushrenada.


Appears in: Endless Waltz OVA

Tricia Farrell
Communications officer for MO-V. Her chief duties are operating the colony's communications and tracking equipment. She is Odel's fiancée.

Appears in: Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga

Trinoi Levinski
A former OZ soldier, Trinoi was forced into retirement due to combat injuries sustained to his left hand. Some time after this, Trinoi met Tiel Nonbleu and was convinced to aid in her plan to find her brother. After training her and her friend Krung in mobile suit piloting, he lead the infiltration of Romefeller's hidden Gundam plant and stole a Gundam Dellinger Arms. When the trio finally reached the Graveyard of Soldiers, they ran into Romefeller's pursuit force, and Trinoi was able to destroy both enemy Gundams, though at the cost of his own life.

Appears in: Tiel's Impulse

Triton Bloom
Cathrine Bloom's missing younger brother, revealed in the Endless Waltz novel to be the Gundam pilot Trowa Barton. This reveal is apparently mentioned only in the novel, as she does not refer to him as such in either the official manga or anime release.


Appears in: Episode Zero Manga

Trowa Barton (Dekim's son)
Twenty-year-old son of Dekim Barton, member of the Barton Foundation, and influential member of the Barton family. Trowa was the original pilot intended for Gundam 03, Heavyarms, during Operation Meteor. After an argument with Doktor S, he was shot and killed by the scientist's assistant, and the mobile suit mechanic known as No-Name adopted his name and an altered mission plan instead.


Appears in: Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga

Trowa Barton (pilot)
The most mysterious of the Gundam pilots, the young man who calls himself Trowa was sent to Earth as the pilot of the Gundam Heavyarms. The cool, quiet Trowa has nerves of steel and superb reflexes, qualities which serve him well in his cover identity as an acrobatic clown in a traveling circus troupe. He also has soldiering experience far beyond his years. When combined with his heavily-armed Gundam, Trowa's tactical skill and combat ability make him a veritable one-man army. (See the cross-listing for Studio Statistics in the Glossary of Miscellany for additional information on his specific hair color, eye color, height, etc.) Depending upon the translation or the source material, Catherine Bloom is sometimes referred to as his sister. (source: GundamOfficial.com)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 29 35 36 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga | Blind Target Manga | Battlefield of Pacifists Manga

Tubarov
The Chief Engineer of Romefeller, Tubarov (military rank of Colonel) is responsible for constructing the Mobile Dolls on the moon base and is Lady Une's second in command during the time she is in space. He develops a conflict of interest with Lady Une over the treatment of the Gundam pilots, and he shoots her. During the Artemis Revolution, Tubarov mobilizes the mobile dolls on the Lunar Base. When Wufei arrives with the Alton Gundam, he destroys the MD hanger that Tubarov took control over, killing him as well as his creations. (Name translated as Tsubarov in some sources.)

 
Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 18 22 23 24 25 26 32 33 34 35 36 37

Valder Farkill
A member of the Specials and a member of Zechs Merquise's unit. During the rebellion against the Alliance, he scored more kills than the rest of his team combined, earning him the nickname "Dark General of Destruction." He believed that the only person worthy of his skill was Treize Khushrenada, whom he hoped to defeat in combat before taking over leadership of OZ. During the final battle at MO-V, Valder was stunned by the news of Treize's death and was easily killed by Odin Barnett.


Appears in: Last Outpost (G-Unit) Manga

Vendor
The street vendor that Quatre befriends in episode 30 of the series.


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 30

Vice-Minister Darlian
Vice Foreign Minister of the Alliance and Relena's surrogate father. Primary representative of Earth to the colonies. Prior to his position as Vice Foreign Minister, he served as member of the senate in the Sanc Kingdom. He adopted Relena as his daughter when he made his escape in the wake of the Alliance attack of AC 182. He was assassinated by Lady Une in (April-May) AC195. (Name translated as Dorlan or Dorlian in some sources.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 1 2 4 5 6 27 | Episode Zero Manga

Victor Gaintz
Leader of Perfect Peace People, 31 years old, theorist and pacifist, and former member of White Fang. Victor disagreed with Quinze over the decision of Zechs as the White Fang's leader, and quit the White Fang in protest. He emerged as the leader of a new splinter group calling themselves the Perfect Peace People. In his quest to eliminate all obstacles in his route to domination, he demands the elimination of the Gundams, claiming that the pilots could lose control and take over. He finds Vulkanus and Scorpio, and Heero eventually kills him by using Gundam Wing Zero – after using the Zero System to determine Victor's eventual goals. (Last name translated as Guentz in some sources.)


Appears in: Battlefield of Pacifists Manga

Walker
Alliance soldier from the Corsica Base who was loyal to Zechs. He brought the Tallgeese to the attention of Zechs, and then defended it from Trowa's attack by sacrificing his life to both protect it and cover Commander Bonaparte's retreat from the base airspace. Quatre kills him in Gundam Sandrock, but Walker makes a last attempt to gain data for the soldiers who will have to fight the Gundams after him. (Name translated as Berker in some sources.)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 3

Yuda
Traitor from the Maganac Corps and spy for the Alliance, uncovered by Quatre during his Episode Zero story. He was killed by Auda. (Name translated as Judas in some sources, and he refers to himself as Iscariote during his transmission to the enemy.)

Appears in: Episode Zero Manga

Zechs Merquise
This masked warrior is OZ's top mobile suit pilot. Up until now, OZ has disguised itself as the Earth Federation's elite "Specials" taskforce, and Zechs has accumulated numerous distinctions during his career in the Specials. He earned the highest marks in the history of the Lake Victoria military academy, received the first two-rank promotion in the history of the Specials, and acquired the nickname "Lightning Baron" for his exploits. Zechs's accomplishments have made him a hero among OZ's soldiers, but this master soldier is cunning enough not to overestimate his own abilities or underestimate those of his enemies. Zechs is also an alias for Milliardo Peacecraft, the prince of the Peacecraft monarchy and brother to Relena Peacecraft. He eventually parts from OZ, changes allegiances and leads the White Fang. He suicides by destroying the power core in Libra in order to destroy it before it impacts with Earth, but apparently survives, as he approaches Lady Une after Relena is abducted by the Mariamaia Army. After peace is restored once more, he and Noin leave for the terraforming project on Mars. (See the cross-listing for Studio Statistics in the Glossary of Miscellany for additional information on his specific hair color, eye color, height, etc.) (Name translated as Marquis, Marquise, or other variations in some sources.) (source: GundamOfficial.com and Series)


Appears in: Gundam Wing Series: 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 18 19 21 22 27 28 33 34 35 37 39 40 41 42 43 44 46 47 48 49 | Endless Waltz OVA | Episode Zero Manga | Blind Target Manga

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