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Cleopatra Philopator is the main protagonist of the Cleopatra in Space series. She comes from Earth but is transported to the future by the Uta Tablet. She is the prophesized savior of the galaxy and destined to die doing so.
Cleo enjoys action and is quick-witted, often not thinking about potential dangers in doing something. Her recklessness is one of her main faults and causes the most trouble. Still, Cleo is caring and a good friend.
She is a figure of medium height, with purple hair that has horizontal golden streaks. Her eyes are a red violet, as her overall color scheme is purple and gold. The defining trait that she is royalty is her golden crown in the shape of a tiara with an ibis in the center.
Cleo and Akila are best friends, as well as classmates at Yasiro Academy.
When Cleo is in need of technology, she turns to her friend Brian. He is often reluctant to help her because of the chances she will be harmed, but gives in easily to her wishes.
Antony is one of Cleo's closest friends as well as her romantic interest. Their interactions usually involve bounty hunting or one of her missions.
When they first met, Antony was stealing the Sword of Kebechet for the bounty on it placed by Octavian. Cleo, who was at the birthday party thrown for her by Akila, tried to stop Antony. She was unsuccesful due to Khensu stopping her. However, they meet again on Hykosis, and once again are off to a rough start.
Because she and Akila had no leads, they turn to Antony for help. He leads them to the orphanage where they find that Bakari is dying. Antony takes the girls to the location on the flight path, where they find Octavian, Khensu, Zaid, and a few Xerx soldiers.
Cleo finds Khensu boring, as he reminds her of her old math teacher on Earth. Khensu tries to explain to Cleopatra that high standards are being set for her and that she needs to be more careful, but she usually takes his advice with a grain of salt. More recently, however, the two are on better terms.