Creation and conception

According to director Hideaki Anno, Evangelion was an attempt to make all perspectives into one, creating characters that represent different things to different viewers to make it impossible for everyone to arrive at a single theory. To some viewers, the characters are psychological representations, while to others, they are philosophical, religious, historical, and even themselves.

Anno was influenced by Ryu Murakami’s war novel Fascism in Love and Fantasy (愛と幻想のファシズム, Ai to Gensō no Fashizumu), and the names "Toji Suzuhara," "Kensuke Aida," and the surname "Horaki" come from this story, which was based on Kanji Ishiwara, a Lieutenant General in Imperial Japan. Many of the surnames of the characters in Evangelion are named after Japanese warships in World War II.

Most of Evangelion ‘s charactersages were plotted before broadcasting the TV series, but their birthdays were not settled. After the TV series finished, GAINAX released birthdays which were similar to those of each character’s seiyū, except Rei Ayanami, Toji Suzuhara, Kensuke Aida and Kaworu Nagisa. This time, the charactersbirth years were still not revealed.

Adult charactersbirth years were simply calculated from their age, but there was an additional aspect in determining the children’s ones. According to the Japanese educational system, em 2015 second graders of junior high school (eighth graders) are basically made up of children who were born from April 2, 2001 to April 1, 2002. Children’s birth years were set in proportion to this rule. However these birth years did not change the children’s ages of 14 in year 2015. This is the reason why Asuka Langley Soryu and Toji Suzuhara were born in December 2001 and Hikari Horaki was born in February 2002, despite all children except Kaworu are 14 em 2015.

Children

In the Japanese dialogue for the original anime, the Eva pilots were always referred to as "Children," even when referring to an individual pilot. The English translation referred to the individual pilots as First Child, etc. In the Rebuild of Evangelion series, the expression "(n)th Children" is not used. Instead, the pilots are referred to as Ichibanme no tekikakusha (一番目の適格者, "The First Qualified Person/Candidate") Dai Ichi no Shōjo (第一の少女, "First Girl"), Sanninme no kodomo (三人目の子供, "Third Child"), ou Dai San no Shōnen (第三の少年, "Third Boy").

Shinji Ikari (Ikari Shinji, Ikari Shinji) is the Third Child and the pilot of Unit 01. Megumi Ogata voices him in the Japanese series, and Spike Spencer in the English adaptation. He is the son of Gendo and the "late" Yui Ikari. Abandoned by his father when he was a toddler, Shinji has grown up to be reclusive and withdrawn, choosing to often run away from difficult situations. Over time and with encouragement from Misato, he learns to be less cowardly, more outspoken, and more confident, but his progress is undone near the end of the series. He becomes friends with Toji Suzuhara and Kensuke Aida, something akin to a sibling relationship with Rei, and enters into a confused love-hate relationship with Asuka.

Rei Ayanami (綾波 レイ, Ayanami Rei) is the First Child, and the pilot of Unit 00. She is voiced by Megumi Hayashibara in the Japanese series, English version by Amanda Winn-Lee in the tv series and films, and by Brina Palencia in the Rebuild of Evangelion series. At the start of the series, she is shown to be socially withdrawn, seemingly emotionless, and remote, with her only apparent relationship being with Gendo Ikari. Como a série progride, she and Shinji grow closer. It is eventually revealed that Rei is a vessel for the soul of the Angel Lilith, and was created specifically by Gendo to be used as a tool for accomplishing Instrumentality. Soulless clones of her are kept hidden in the deepest levels of Nerv headquarters to be used as the supposed "cores" of the Dummy Plugs and as replacement bodies for Rei if she should die.

Asuka Langley Soryu (惣流・アスカ・ラングレー, Sōryū Asuka Rangurē) is the Second Child and the pilot of Unit 02. Yuko Miyamura voices her in the Japanese series, and Tiffany Grant in the English adaptation. She is of mixed German and Japanese descent, but her nationality is German. Asuka is brash, egotistical, and often verbally abusive (especially to Shinji), and has a very high opinion of her appearance and her considerable skill as an Eva pilot. She also has a fierce desire for independence. Her attitude, contudo, is a front masking deep-seated insecurities stemming from her traumatic childhood. Asuka is openly infatuated with Ryoji Kaji, but is also attracted to Shinji; contudo, she cannot properly express her affections. In Rebuild of Evangelion series, her name is changed to Asuka Langley Shikinami (式波) and ranked as captain of Euro airforce.

Toji Suzuhara (鈴原 トウジ, Suzuhara Tōji) is the Fourth Child. In the Japanese series he is voiced by Tomokazu Seki, and the English voices are Brett Weaver, Joe Pisano, Michael O’Connor and Justin Cook. Toji is a tough boy, the stereotypical "jock," and is in constant conflict with Asuka. His younger sister was injured in the battle between the third Angel, Sachiel, and Unit 01, and he beats Shinji up soon after for being indirectly responsible. Contudo, after witnessing firsthand the suffering Shinji experiences piloting Unit 01 in the battle against Shamshel, Toji comes to respect Shinji and the two eventually become friends. In the Rebuild of Evangelion films, he does not pilot Unit-03; instead Asuka pilots Unit-03.

Kaworu Nagisa (Nagisa Kaworu, Nagisa Kaoru) is the Fifth Child, eo Anjo XVII, Tabris. He is voiced by Akira Ishida in the Japanese version. In the English version he is voiced by Kyle Sturdivant in the anime, Aaron Krohn in the films, Greg Ayres in the "Director’s Cut" episódios, and Jerry Jewell in the Rebuild of Evangelion series. Ele é enviado para Nerv por Seele como piloto substituto para a Unidade 02 after Asuka’s synchronization ratio falls below viability; contudo, his true purpose is to hasten the Human Instrumentality Project’s implementation. He breaks into Terminal Dogma to return to Adam and initiate the Third Impact, but upon discovering that the being there is actually Lilith, he implores Shinji to destroy him. After his death, Kaworu is not seen again until The End of Evangelion, where he appears in the beginning and middle of Third Impact.

Mari Illustrious Makinami (真希波・マリ・イラストリアス, Makinami Mari Irasutoriasu) is an Evangelion pilot strictly introduced into the franchise during the 4-part theatrical remake series Rebuild of Evangelion, in the second installment Evangelion: 2.0 Você pode (Não) Antecedência. She is voiced by Maaya Sakamoto in the Japanese version and by Trina Nishimura in the English version. Little is known about her as of yet except that she is the pilot of the Provisional Evangelion Unit-05 which differs from previous incarnations drastically featuring four mechanical "legs" that end in wheels and a lack of hands which have been replaced with a jousting lance and "claw". Because of its unique design, Mari pilots her Eva wearing a helmet-like contraption and her plugsuit is equipped with several attachments that connect to tubing that apparently help her in moving the Evangelion. Mari’s designation amongst the other Children has yet to be revealed. She self destructs Unit-05 to defeat one of the Angels in the film’s opening but manages to escape unharmed. During the film’s climax she steals Unit-02 to battle the 10th Angel. Unable to defeat the Angel, she finds Shinji and tells him to escape. Shinji, seeing the destruction, makes up his mind about fighting. As Unit-02’s power goes out, Shinji runs to Nerv HQ. She has a fondness for LCL, making a comment to Shinji, "You smell goodSmell of LCL." She seems to have poor vision, wearing glasses at all times and having difficulty finding her glasses when she drops them from the collision with Shinji while parachuting. While piloting Unit-02, her plugsuit features a 5 on the back. This symbolises that she is the pilot of Unit-05. In the preview of the 3rd Rebuild movie, she is seen taking off her glasses while in confinement. She is also shown in a private conversation with an unknown character. She is a confident and eccentric character. Sadamoto designed her to look British, and added glasses as a ‘simple yet effective way to set her apart from the other characters’. The June 2010 issue of Newtype ranked Mari #1 in its monthly top-10-character survey.

Nerv Staff

Gendo Ikari (碇 ゲンドウ, Ikari Gendō) is the commander of Nerv. He is voiced by Fumihiko Tachiki in the Japanese version. In the English version films and episodes he is voiced by Tristan MacAvery, and John Swasey in the "Director’s Cut" episodes and the Rebuild of Evangelion series. He is responsible for the research done on the Evas, Rei Ayanami, and the Human Instrumentality Project. He is the father of the Third Child, Shinji Ikari, and the guardian of Rei. His original surname was Rokubungi, but he changed it to Ikari following his marriage to Yui.[19] At the start of the series, he is the only person having an effective connection to Rei. Como a série progride, his unscrupulous past is revealed, as is the intensity with which he loved Yui.

Kozo Fuyutsuki (Kouzou Fuyutsuki, Fuyutsuki Kozo) é o braço direito de de Nerv Vice-Comandante e Gendo Ikari. Ele é dublado por Motomu Kiyokawa na série japonesa. Seus atores de voz em inglês são Guil Lunde na série, Michael Ross nos filmes, e Kent Williams na Rebuild of Evangelion série. Ele não gosto especialmente Gendo, mas ele é a coisa mais próxima de um confidente que Gendo tem na série. Uma vez que um professor de meta-biologia da Universidade de Kyoto, Fuyutsuki tornou-se interessado na pesquisa e teorias realizada por Yui Ikari, e tornou-se seu patrocinador e mentor. Pouco depois, ele foi dirigido por seus superiores para iniciar um acordo semelhante com Gendo Rokobungi. Mais tarde, depois do Segundo Impacto, Fuyutsuki viajou com Gendo para as ruínas da Antártida, e começou a suspeitar que Gendo e seus associados em Seele eram mais poderoso e perigoso do que ele originalmente percebeu. Dentro 2003, Fuyutsuki descobriu por si mesmo a verdadeira natureza dos acontecimentos que levaram ao envolvimento do Segundo Impacto e Seele em iniciar essa catástrofe. Gendo o levou para o GeoFront e Central Dogma, and asked Fuyutsuki to join him in "creating a new future for mankind." Durante uma cena de flashback em The End of Evangelion, Fuyutsuki mentions that Seele had threatened to make him "disappear", o que implica que o seu recrutamento podem ter sido extorsivos.[19] Embora Fuyutsuki nunca foi mais do que um mentor e amigo para Yui, fica implícito que ele estava apaixonado por ela em algum grau, como ele ficou chocado ao saber que ela estava se casando com Gendo. Dentro The End of Evangelion Lilith / Rei toma a forma de Yui para alcançar Instrumentalidade do Fuyutsuki.

Misato Katsuragi (葛城 ミサト, Katsuragi Misato) is the chief operations officer at Nerv. Kotono Mitsuishi voices her in Japanese, and Allison Keith in English. In the series, she initially holds the rank of Captain, with a later promotion to Major; in the first new movie in the Rebuild of Evangelion project, she holds the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and then Colonel in the second movie. She is the field commander for the Eva pilots, issuing orders and giving battle strategies as well as handling some bureaucratic matters. She is also Shinji and Asuka’s guardian; letting them live in her apartment rather than have them live alone. While she is professional and diligent in her duties, she is a slob and a drunkard while off-duty. She is the only survivor of the Katsuragi Expedition, the scientific study led by her father which triggered the Second Impact; the cross pendant she wears was given to her by her father just before his death. She and Ryoji Kaji were lovers during college, and slowly rekindle their romance over the course of the TV series.

Ritsuko Akagi (Akagi Ritsuko, Akagi Ritsuko) is Nerv’s head scientist and, along with Gendo and Fuyutsuki, is the only person at Nerv fully aware of the Evastrue nature and the purpose of the Instrumentality Project. Yuriko Yamaguchi voices her in Japanese, Sue Ulu in the English series, and Colleen Clinkenbeard in the English Rebuild of Evangelion series. She is a workaholic and heavy smoker, and has been friends with both Misato and Kaji since college. She is also romantically involved with Gendo but feels betrayed by Gendo when she realizes that he was using her in the same way that he used her mother. As revenge, she destroys the Dummy Plug system. She is shot dead in The End of Evangelion, when she tries and fails to activate Nerv’s self-destruct mechanism to stop Gendo from initiating Third Impact.

Ryoji Kaji (Ryoji Kaji, estudo Ryoji) appears to be a triple agent, trabalhando como inspetor especial para Nerv (Internal Affairs) while secretly investigating Nerv for the Japanese government, e às vezes aparentemente agindo como um joguete a favor e contra Gendo Ikari e Seele – in addition, he appears to have his own personal agenda independent of any organization, searching for the "truth" behind Nerv, Seele and the Human Instrumentality Project. During college, he and Misato were lovers, but broke up at Misato’s insistence. Years later, they are reunited on the UN fleet ferrying Unit 02 and Asuka to Japan. Depois ele retorna para a sede da Nerv, Kaji and Misato rekindle their romance following a period of teasing and insults, when Misato confesses that she broke up with him because she realized that he reminded her of her father. He is eventually shot and killed by an unnamed assailant after defying his employers one time too many, but not before giving Misato information regarding the truth of the Instrumentality Project. His Japanese voice actor is Kōichi Yamadera, and his English voice actors are Aaron Krohn for the original TV series and movies, and J. Michael Tatum in the Rebuild of Evangelion series.

Makoto Hyuga (Hinata Makoto, Hyūga Makoto) é um primeiro-tenente na Nerv e um dos três principais técnicos de informática que servem diretamente sob comandantes Ikari e Fuyutsuki no cargo de Central Dogma comando, sendo os outros Aoba e Ibuki. Hyuga em primeiro lugar dá a impressão de ser algo de um nerd, lendo mangá, enquanto em seu tempo de pausa, mas é um técnico altamente qualificado. Seu pensamento e bravura rápida ajudar a salvar sede Nerv do ataque por Matariel, e ele age como um espião para Misato, ajudá-la a obter informações sobre as maquinações de Nerv. A verdadeira extensão de seus sentimentos por Misato é mostrado na The End of Evangelion como Rei / Lilith toma a forma de Misato durante Instrumentalidade e apaixonadamente o beija; seu corpo reverte para LCL. Hiro Yuuki é o seu dublador japonês. Seus atores de voz em inglês são Matt Greenfield na série, Keith Burgess nos filmes, e Mike McFarland na Rebuild of Evangelion série.

Maya Ibuki (Ibuki Maya, Ibuki Maya) é um primeiro-tenente na Nerv e um técnico de informática que trabalha principalmente com Ritsuko Akagi. Seu principal papel durante as batalhas contra os Anjos é monitorar constantemente relações de sincronização os pilotos Eva e enviar vários comandos de emergência para o Evas como ordenados por Misato ou Gendo. Apesar de sua profissão, Maya despreza violência de qualquer tipo, e é freqüentemente mostrado tornando-se enjoada e desviando os olhos durante as batalhas com os anjos. Dentro The End of Evangelion, Maya é o único oficial Nerv que é mostrado recusando-se a lutar contra os invasores JSSDF. Maya detém Ritsuko em conta muito alta, and always refers to her as "senpai" no original anime; The End of Evangelion fortemente implica que Maya é realmente apaixonado por Ritsuko. Rei / Lilith penetra campo AT da Maya, assumindo a forma de Ritsuko. Maya exclaims "Ritsuko!/senpai!", eagerly returns "Ritsuko"’s embrace, e imediatamente reduz em LCL. Ela é dublada por Miki Nagasawa na série japonesa. Sua Inglês atriz de voz são Kendra Benham durante a série, Amy Seeley nos filmes, Monica Rial in the "Director’s Cut" episódios, e Caitlin Glass na Rebuild of Evangelion série.

Shigeru Aoba (Aoba Shigeru, Aoba Shigeru) é um primeiro-tenente na Nerv e um técnico de informática. Às vezes um metalhead estereotipada, ele é um niilista cínico e toca guitarra (ele às vezes também pode ser visto tocando air guitar). Dos três técnicos visto regularmente em Central Dogma, seu personagem é explorada a menor da série. Dentro The End of Evangelion, durante Instrumentalidade, Rei / Lilith aparece para ele não como qualquer ente querido, mas sim como um bombardeio de Reis que força o seu caminho através de seu campo AT enquanto ele se encolhe e grita de horror em sua mesa. Na série japonesa, ele é dublado por Takehito Koyasu. Seus atores de voz em inglês são Jason C. Lee nas séries e filmes, Vic Mignogna during the "Director’s Cut" episódios, e Phil Parsons na Rebuild of Evangelion série.

Gehirn Staff

Naoko Akagi (Akagi Naoko, Akagi Naoko?) era a mãe de Ritsuko. Ela foi o criador do sistema MAGI eo ex-técnico de cabeça Gehirn. Naoko foi envolvido em uma relação romântica com o Gendo Ikari recentemente-viúva ao trabalhar em Gehirn. Contudo, after Rei I called her an "old hag" e disse que o próprio Gendo chamado Naoko que freqüentemente, ela percebeu que ele apenas estava usando suas afeições para garantir seu desempenho para ele. Em um ataque de raiva, Naoko estrangulado Rei até a morte e depois se suicidou. Logo após, Gehirn foi dissolvida ea organização Nerv foi formada em seu lugar. em vol. 10 do mangá, Naoko é mostrada a cometer suicídio depois de matar Rei I. testemunhas Ritsuko ambos assassinato do Rei e do suicídio de Naoko. Sua dubladora japonesa é Mika Doi, e seu Inglês atriz de voz é Laura Chapman.

Yui Ikari (Ikari Yui, Ikari Yui) was a student of genetic engineering at Kyoto University, where she met her future husband Gendo and her mentor and trusted friend Kozo Fuyutsuki. Depois, she joined the UN Artificial Evolution Laboratory (the future Gehirn) em Hakone, Japão, and played an integral role in the E Project. She served as the test subject for the Contact Experiment of Unit 01 em 2004, but "disappeared" during testing. Though proclaimed dead, a part of her (her "soul") lives on within Unit 01. Her Japanese voice actress is Megumi Hayashibara, who also voices Rei. Her English voice actresses are Kim Sevier in the series, Amanda Winn-Lee in the films, and Stephanie Young in the Rebuild of Evangelion series.

Kyoko Zeppelin Soryu (Soryu Kyoko Zeppelin, Kyoko Soryu Tsepperin), A mãe de Asuka, era um cientista chave na divisão alemã da Gehirn (o que mais tarde se tornaria terceiro ramo da Nerv) eo desenvolvimento de Unidade 02, O primeiro tipo de Produção (o segundo eo terceiro dos quais foram produzidos mais tarde pelos dois ramos americanos de Nerv). Ela foi o assunto do Contato Experiência com Unit 02, mas durante o experimento sua alma ligada com o EVA, causando danos mental grave para Kyoko. Ela tornou-se mentalmente instável, acreditando que um dos bonecos de Asuka era sua filha, em vez de Asuka. Ela foi internada em um hospital psiquiátrico logo após o experimento. Seu marido entrou um caso com próprio médico de Kyoko, que eventualmente solicitado o suicídio de Kyoko em 2005. No mangá, Kyoko e seu marido foram incapazes de conceber uma criança, e se divorciaram depois que ele teve um caso. Ele re-casado e tinha uma filha, enquanto Kyoko visitou um banco de esperma e foi impregnada. Ela tentou envenenar Asuka contra a filha de seu ex-marido, referring to her as "that girl," mas após a experiência de contacto essa dissociação foi transferido para a boneca de Asuka. Em um ponto, Kyoko tentou estrangular Asuka. Sua dubladora japonesa é Maria Kawamura, e seu Inglês atriz de voz é Kimberly Yates.

Other characters

Keel Lorenz (キール・ローレンツ, Kīru Rōrentsu) is the leader of Seele, represented as Seele 01 in the monoliths. Among his most defining characteristics are his ancient appearance and the futuristic visor that he wears throughout the series. Little is revealed about him in the series, but he is believed to hold great political power in the UN. At some time between Second Impact and 2015, most of his body below the neck was replaced with cybernetic implants. Although he uses his visor to see, production drawings show that he still has eyes. The inspiration for his name (e, arguably, his character) originates from Konrad Lorenz, a zoologist known especially for his research on animal psychology. No mangá, his name is given as Lorenz Kiel. He is voiced by Mugihito in the Japanese series. His English voice actors are Richard Peeples during the series, Tom Booker in the movies, and Bill Jenkins in the Rebuild Of Evangelion series.

Kensuke Aida (Aida Kensuke, Aida Kensuke) é um otaku, um lustre militar, O melhor amigo de Toji, and one of the "Other Children," Eva candidatos a piloto na mesma classe como Shinji, Que, Rei, Asuka, e Hikari. Seus hobbies incluem acampar nas montanhas que cercam Tokyo-3 e jogando em reenacting guerra simulada – sozinhos. Kensuke solidifica sua amizade com Shinji após Shinji salva-lo e Toji durante a luta contra o quarto anjo, Shamshel. Kensuke sonha em se tornar um piloto de Eva e incessantemente pede Shinji para puxar cordas em Nerv então ele pode ser selecionado como um piloto, apesar Shinji dizendo-lhe que ele não tem nenhuma palavra na matéria. Ele também parece alheio ao intenso sofrimento físico e psicológico sofrido pelos pilotos Eva. mesmo assim, Kensuke goza dos privilégios de ser amigo de um piloto de Eva. como Toji, Kensuke tem uma queda por Misato Katsuragi. Ele raramente é visto sem a sua filmadora na mão. No PS2 Orquestra de batalha jogos, Kensuke é o piloto designado para a Unidade de EVA 04, vestindo uma plugsuit verde. Ele é dublado por Tetsuya Iwanaga em japonês, Kurt Stoll na adaptação Inglês, e Greg Ayres na Rebuild of Evangelion série.

Hikari Horaki (Horaki Hikari, Horaki Hikari) é o representante de classe da classe que Shinji e os outros pilotos Eva participar. She has a by-the-book demeanor and takes her responsibilities as "class rep" a sério. Embora ela frequentemente bickers com Toji, ela revela a Asuka que ela tem uma enorme paixão por Toji mas é incapaz de expressar abertamente seus sentimentos a ele. Ela também parece ser apenas amigo de Asuka. Hikari é um cozinheiro realizado que aparece para cuidar de suas duas irmãs. Como presumivelmente cada um dos colegas de Shinji, A mãe de Hikari está morto. Contudo, há referências já foram feitas para saber se seu pai é, ou. Seu nome dado, e que de sua irmã mais nova invisível, Nozomi, e irmã mais velha, Kodama, é também em referência aos nomes dos comboios da linha Tokaido Shinkansen. Em uma imagem artwork Gainax ela é mostrada em uma plugsuit laranja como o piloto da Unidade EVA-05. She is also featured in a live action deleted scene in The End of Evangelion. Ela é dublado por Junko Iwao em japonês, por Carol Amerson na adaptação Inglês, and Leah Clark in the Rebuild of Evangelion series.

Pen Pen, or Pen² (ペンペン, Penpen) is a "hot spring penguin" and Misato’s pet. He lives in a custom refrigerator in Misato’s apartment, enjoys taking warm baths, eating whatever food he can get his hands (or wings) on, and going to hot springs. He also appears to have a relatively high degree of intelligence, as he is also shown watching TV and reading newspapers. He is voiced by Megumi Hayashibara in the Japanese series. His English voice actors are Amanda Winn-Lee during the series and movies, Mandy Clark in the "Director’s Cut" episódios, and Monica Rial in the Rebuild of Evangelion series. No mangá, he is the result of a genetics experiment at Misato’s former workplace, and she adopted him after the experiment’s conclusion rather than let him be euthanised. His wingtips have retractable claws, which normal birds do not have.

Mana Kirishima (霧島 マナ, Kirishima Mana) is the main focus of Girlfriend of Steel, a game that is like an episode of the series. She appears as a transfer student at the Children’s school, and becomes the focus of Shinji’s interest and Asuka’s jealous ire. She is the pilot of another man-made replacement for the Evas, the Trident, whose combat skills are somewhat more on par with the Evangelions’, to whom they bear a resemblance in design compared to the Jet Alone robot. She also appears in Shinji Ikari projeto Raising. Like many Evangelion characters, Mana’s family name, Kirishima, is taken from a World War II battleship. A shy female character, Mana Kirishima, starts at Shinji Ikari’s school and immediately admits to finding him cute. Gradually, a relationship unfolds and they end up going on a date where they kiss. It turns out, contudo, that she is one of three test pilots of TRIDENT, a new competitor to the Evangelions, similar to Jet Alone (thus the name "Girlfriend of Steel"). Eventualmente, the other robot goes berserk and the Evas have to destroy it. Throughout the game, Asuka is constantly jealous of Shinji and Mana’s relationship, consistent with her widely-speculated romantic feelings for Shinji. Rei is present but plays a rather background role in the story. She is voiced by Megumi Hayashibara.

Other Characters from Girlfriend of Steel
  • Musashi Lee Strasberg (ムサシ・リー・ストラスバーグ, Musashi Rī Sutorasubāgu) (Seiyu: Hiro Yuki)
  • Keita Asari (浅利 ケイタ, Asari Keita) (Seiyu: Tetsuya Iwanaga)

These two boys are test pilots for the Trident alongside Mana Kirishima.

Mayumi Yamagishi (山岸 マユミ, Yamagishi Mayumi) is the new character introduced in the Sega Saturn game Evangelion 2nd Impression. In the game, Mayumi is a bespectacled bookworm who somehow has the core of an Angel inside her body. She joins Shinji’s class and befriends him, and like many of the Evangelion cast, has a dark history (her mother apparently committed suicide while Mayumi was a girl, much like Asuka’s mother). She is voiced by Kyoko Hikami.

Miscellaneous Nerv Technicians

In both the game and manga of Shinji Ikari projeto Raising (碇シンジ育成計画, Ikari Shinji Ikusei Keikaku), three new female Nerv technicians are introduced:

  • Kaede Agano (阿賀野 カエデ, Agano Kaede) Seiyu: Ai Shimizu
  • Satsuki Ooi (大井 サツキ, Ōi Satsuki) Seiyu: Maria Yamamoto
  • Aoi Mogami (最上 アオイ, Mogami Aoi) Seiyu: Yui Horie
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