History Characters / GravityFallsYouth

17th Apr '18 5:56:00 PM JaCrispy_Jamaine
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* CampStraight: If it weren’t for the fact he shows some interest in Mabel, he could easily be considered AmbiguouslyGay due to his stereotypically effeminate mannerisms and tone of voice.
12th Apr '18 2:39:13 PM AgentSkyblueM7
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* NeverMyFault: Blames Dipper for his [[spoiler: break up with Wendy]] in "The Love God" yet seems to not realize a good chuck of that was from his own selfishness. By the end of the series, while [[spoiler: both Gideon and Pacifica]] have been shown to recognize and regret their failings and try to be better people, Robbie has not had any on-screen moment of him admitting his own failings. All he does is move on and forgive Dipper for things the latter didn't do.

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* NeverMyFault: Blames Dipper for his [[spoiler: break up with Wendy]] in "The Love God" yet seems to not realize a good chuck of that was from his own selfishness. By the end of the series, while [[spoiler: both Gideon and Pacifica]] have been shown to recognize and regret their failings and try to be better people, Robbie has not had any on-screen moment of him admitting his own failings. All he does is move on and forgive Dipper for things the latter didn't do. Though it's implied he may have [[spoiler: gotten the Society of the Blind Eye to erase parts of his memories so he really doesn't remember his own actions.]]
12th Apr '18 9:01:26 AM ButterTub
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22nd Mar '18 11:23:18 AM EatLaserBeams
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-->'''Candy:''' "Maybe we don't have as many friends as Pacifica, but we have each other."
-->'''Grenda:''' "I wanna put her in a headlock and make her feel pain!"
->'''Candy Voiced by:''' Niki Yang
->'''Grenda Voiced by:''' Carl Faruolo

A pair of girls who befriend Mabel.

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-->'''Candy:''' "Maybe we don't have as many friends as Pacifica, but we have each other."
-->'''Grenda:''' "I wanna put her in a headlock and make her feel pain!"
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world's worst chain."]]
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->'''Grenda Voiced by:''' Carl Faruolo

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The most popular girl in Gravity Falls, and great-great-granddaughter
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* TheAce: Pacifica is very rich, the most popular girl of Gravity Falls, an accomplished mini-golfer, and her family has a long history of doing good deeds. [[spoiler:The last one turns out to be a lie. And most of the other stuff is simply a way to please her abusive, selfish, controlling parents]].
* ActionGirl: Shows she has promise in "The Golf War" and "Northwest Mansion Mystery".
* ActionSurvivor: Never the less she's more able at keeping herself alive when facing the supernatural, than actually fighting it. [[spoiler:She's also one of the few citizens who manages to avoid being captured by Bill, and is part of Stan's army.]]
* {{Adorkable}}: She's more socially awkward when she's forced into social situations with more common folk, such as getting a ride back home in Stan's car or hugging Dipper before bribing him to forget about it.
* AllGirlsLikePonies: In "Weirdmageddon 3" she is seen reading a magazine called "Pony Fancy". [[spoiler: When Preston Northwest is forced to sell their mansion to uphold their family's wealth, Priscilla tearfully informs her daughter that she will only be able to keep one pony from now on - much to Pacifica's dismay.]]
* AlphaBitch: The most popular girl in Gravity Falls, despite coming across as thoroughly unpleasant. Sheds this after CharacterDevelopment.
* AnimalMotif: She is associated with the llama in "Northwest Mansion Noir", which is notable as the llama is an ArcSymbol found on Cipher's wheel.
* ArchEnemy: Dipper considers her to be Mabel's, and eventually, so does Mabel. Cools down in "The Golf War", though.
* AscendedExtra: She has become a relatively popular character, which [[WordOfGod Alex Hirsch]] didn't expect because she's such a terror compared to [[NiceGirl Mabel.]] She began getting further character development in Season 2, possibly because of this.
* TheAtoner: "[[BadassBoast Our family name is broken, and I'm gonna fix it!]]"
* BackForTheFinale: Is seen with her parents in Weirdmageddon. [[spoiler:Appears again in Weirdmageddon 2 and Weirdmageddon 3.]]
* BadassAdorable: [[CharacterDevelopment Once her more favorable traits surface]], Pacifica proves that she can step up to the plate and help out on mysteries when she needs to do so.
* BadassPacifist: In "Northwest Mansion Mystery". After she and Dipper spend more than half of the episode trying to capture and exorcise the ghost haunting Northwest Manor, [[spoiler:Pacifica ends up granting it peace and fulfilling her ancestor's broken promise by allowing the common folk into her family's fancy party]].
* BeingEvilSucks: Pacifica discovers this the HARD WAY after discovering that [[spoiler:her entire family have always been liars, cheaters, and sociopaths.]] After this discovery, she's willing to put an end to [[spoiler:her family's legacy.]]
* BerserkButton: She has the following.
** People, ''especially'' Mabel, outdoing her at anything.
** Being called a stereotype.
** Being accused of dyeing her hair.
* BigScrewedUpFamily: [[spoiler: Oh yes.]]
* BlueBlood: Her great-great grandfather founded Gravity Falls. [[spoiler: Except he didn't.]]
* BreakTheHaughty: [[spoiler: When Dipper revealed to Pacifica his and Mabel's findings about the history of Gravity Falls in "Irrational Treasure". This was only one of many lies she's about to find out]].
** Basically the reason Mabel wants to beat her in "The Golf War".
** Finally happens completely in [[spoiler: "Northwest Mansion Noir". When she discovers just how evil her family legacy really is, and gets accused of being just as bad as them, she goes into a total breakdown (see VillainousBSOD), not even caring that she'll probably die in the ghost's rampage until Dipper snaps her out of it.]]
* BrokenAce: The only reason why she acts like an AlphaBitch is to please her parents, and they wanted to mold her into something worse.
* BrokenBird: Underneath all her haughtiness and smugness lies a scared little girl who's spent years being bullied and moulded by her parents into something she honestly doesn't want to be. As she shows in the few moments the veil slips, she's really quite broken.
** In Weirdmageddon Part 3, she is the most cynical and aggressive in the group because both of her parents were captured.
* BrutalHonesty: Out anyone in her family, she's known for this. She makes no apologies for any of her opinions, good or ill and has no problem letting her complaints known to Mabel especially when Mabel had to offer one of her sweaters.
* TheCameo: Can be seen walking with her parents in ''Dipper and Mabel vs. the Future''.
* CerebusRetcon: Her stuck-up and pompous attitude is the result of [[spoiler:''heavily'' implied parental abuse. We also learn that her father basically treats her like a trained animal.]]
* CharacterDevelopment:
** In Season 2, Pacifica starts showing more kindness towards others and a willingness to disobey her parents' controlling nature.
** Throughout the episode "Northwest Mansion Mystery", Pacifica begins [[VocalEvolution dropping her]] [[ValleyGirl regular speech pattern]] which has always been present in the previous episodes, further showing character development.
** It's pretty clear that she still has her head on straight, even calling her dad out for trying to negotiate with Bill, something that's idiotic and outright insane.
** To top it that all off, the finale shows she's willing to rescue even those she deems undeserving.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: She enters the show as a one-note villain for Mabel in Season 1. By Season 2, she goes through a lot of change (mostly brought about by [[BreakTheHaughty humiliation]]) and gets a reasonable FreudianExcuse for the way she acts. [[spoiler: When the facade of her pompousness finally breaks, it breaks HARD.]]
* CompetitionFreak: It may look like Pacifica is obsessed with winning and showing off that she has the skills to do so, but it's more because she's ''afraid'' of losing and the consequences and having to face her parents' wrath, because to them, ''all'' competition is a big deal to their family. The first thing her dad tells her is ''don't lose'', and that made her squirm.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Pacifica was routinely emotionally abused by her parents. They even used the Pavlovian experiment to control her. As a result, she grew up to be a BrokenBird and BrokenAce with hidden insecurity issues.
* DartboardOfHate: One of the cameras in "Gideon Rises" shows her using one with a photo of Mabel on it.
* DefrostingIceQueen: Opens up when she realizes hanging out with Mabel is fun, and even more so when Dipper helps with the haunting in her house.
* DespairEventHorizon: [[spoiler: Upon finding out about her family history, she has a VillainousBSOD and possibly even considers suicide by allowing the ghost to find her (by flashing her light from the hidden room) and kill her in order to end the bloodline, but she is comforted and reassured by Dipper before the ghost can do so.]]
* DyeHard: InUniverse, Dipper seems to think so. [[BerserkButton She doesn't like him suggesting this]].
* EnemyMine: With Dipper against the Lumberjack Ghost in "Northwest Mansion Noir", in the beginning at least. At the time, Dipper just wanted to help her with the expectation that they be rid of each other for the rest of the summer.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Although she's more of a brat than evil, [[spoiler:Pacifica is averse to lying and cheating to get what she wants, and she was appalled when she discovered a room depicting all the falsehoods and treachery her ancestors had done over the years. Despite finding their actions so despicable, she still suffers a VillainousBSOD when she assumes the same of herself.]]
* EverythingsBetterWithLlamas: She is associated with the llama on the Zodiac wheel, as a painting of one can be seen during "Northwest Mansion Mystery". During "Weirdmageddon 3", [[spoiler: she grudgingly [[GoodCostumeSwitch accepts Mabel's llama hair sweater]] ]], and [[spoiler: confirms her spot on the Cipher Wheel and the bigger prophecy]].
* ExpositoryHairstyles: Her hair is shaped like a '''bell'''. [[spoiler: Her parents have been using Pavlovian conditioning on her.]]
** [[spoiler: In Season 2, when she starts to rebel against her parents' conditioning, her bangs gain a slight part, making her hair look like a chipped or cracked bell.]]
** It also resembles the head and neck of a llama, [[spoiler:the symbol she is associated with on Cipher's Wheel.]]
* ExtremeDoormat: To her parents. She stops rebelling against them as soon as they ring a bell, like she's a dog bound to obey her masters at the drop of a hat. [[spoiler: She eventually breaks this pattern and allows herself to be who she is inside.]]
* FallenPrincess: [[spoiler:Somewhat parodied in the finale, as the Northwest family goes broke but still manages to stay wealthier than most people through selling their mansion... but now Pacifica can only afford to keep "just one pony". The horror! Still, didn't stop her from attending Dipper and Mabel's birthday celebration, and at least she had more than enough that she could spare a few gifts to Dipper and Mabel]]
* FalseFriend: Given her interactions with Dipper in "Northwest Mansion Mystery", her friends in Season 1 ("Double Dipper", "The Time Traveler's Pig") may not have been real friends to her and could have been [[spoiler:hired by the Northwest Family to further control their public appearances, as is revealed in "Northwest Mansion Mystery", or befriended Pacifica because of her wealth.]]
* FatalFlaw: Pride. Pacifica is so utterly convinced of her own inherent superiority that it often blinds her to what other people are capable of. Of course, [[spoiler:her pride also blinded her to the true nature of her family, which ultimately comes back to bite her when a ghost targets the Northwests.]]
* FlatCharacter: Alex Hirsch has said himself that Pacifica was originally not meant to have any character depth and was just there to get on Mabel's nerves. He did, however, say that even she would have some development in Season 2.
** Part of this development ironically included her prior FlatCharacter status {{Lampshaded}} by Mabel and serving as Pacifica's BerserkButton that she took rather personally.
--> '''Mabel''': You walking one-dimensional bleach-blonde valley girl stereotype!
** The rest of the development is that after being rescued by Mabel and teaming up with her against the Lillputtians, she comes to find that hanging with her is actually pretty fun even when she didn't win the golf game, which is a direct contrast to her first appearance, in which she mocked Mabel's attitude of having fun instead of playing to win.
** She gets even ''more'' development in "Northwest Mansion Noir," where we learn that her haughty demeanor is the result of [[spoiler:fear of her AbusiveParents.]]
* {{Fiction500}}: She and her family are the richest folk in Gravity Falls and have enough of a reputation for the most powerful, influential people in the world to show up at their parties.
* FireForgedFriends: How Pacifica ends up friends, or at least friendly, with the Pines twins.
** In "The Golf War" Mabel and Pacifica decide to stop their rivalry after fighting the evil Liliputtians together, Pacifica even mentions that at the end of the day she had fun.
** Starting out as an EnemyMine, she and Dipper seem to have reached this status by "Northwest Mansion Noir" after they team up against a lumberjack ghost and Pacifica acknowledges her family's bad history, thanks to Dipper.
* FreudianExcuse:
** Her parents would rather go to a party than stay and cheer on their daughter, and Mr. Northwest's idea of words of encouragement is "Don't lose."
** On top of that, her parents have done nothing to teach her how to interact with others except raise her to keep up appearances. For example, the word "sharing" is completely foreign to her. (No, that's NotHyperbole; she doesn't even know the right way to pronounce it.)
* GodzillaThreshold: She'd never want anything to do with Dipper and Mabel unless something serious really happens that she can't handle. She even lampshades it after Dipper begrudgingly asked for three invitations to her family's party:
-->'''Pacifica:''' You're just lucky I'm desperate.
* GracefulLadiesLikePurple: Her usual outfit is colored purple.
* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: During "Northwest Mansion Noir", Pacifica begins being nicer and ultimately fulfills this trope.
* HateSink: In season one she never thinks of anyone other than herself and is needlessly cruel to Mabel. She does, however, get CharacterDevelopment in season 2, while the HateSink position ends up going to [[AbusiveParent her parents]].
* HeelFaceTurn: When Pacifica accepts the hard truth about her family and what she's become, she fully redeems herself by opening the gates and letting all the townsfolk into the mansion. By Weirdmageddon Part 2, she's firmly on the Pines' side in the fight against Bill Cipher, joining the resistance.
* HeelRealization: Gets one in "Northwest Mansion Noir", and realizes that her family is a lot crueler than she thought, but also comes to terms with how terrible she's become as a result of it.
* HiddenDepths:
** A legitimately skilled mini-golfer with a global rank and has- ''had'' a gold-medal winning trainer.
** She definitely gets so much more in "Northwest Mansion Mystery". She shows a desire to embrace her own preferences over what her parents have chosen for her, only being kept from doing so by her own fear of them. Not to mention that when she discovers just how twisted her family history really is she is ''disgusted'' by it.
** According To Alex Hirsch, "Pacifica is a very insecure person."
* IAmNotMyFather: Or in her case, her entire family.
* ImpliedLoveInterest: At this point, what with Dipper mostly getting over Wendy, as well as their ShipTease in "Northwest Mansion Mystery", she's the closest thing Dipper has to a LoveInterest.
* InferioritySuperiorityComplex: WordOfGod reveals that Pacifica is actually a very insecure person.
* IronicName: At first. Pacifica means "peaceful" and pre-CharacterDevelopment Pacifica was a very ''confrontational'' person. Becomes [[MeaningfulName meaningful]] after her development in "Northwest Mansion Mystery".
* ItsAllAboutMe: Enjoys being the center of attention; probably best shown in "Irrational Treasure." The one time she goes outside her usual shtick, it comes off as a surprise, as Dipper notes.
--> '''Pacifica''': Now who wants to hear more about me?
* {{Jerkass}}: {{Enforced}}. A standard bully to the protagonists (mostly to Mabel), but it's later revealed that her parents, especially her father, were molding her into one, and then something worse.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: What she truly is. Pacifica is truly disgusted over her family's dark past and vows to restore honor to their family name. Even the lumberjack ghost (that swore vengeance on her family) stated that she was different from the rest.
* KickTheDog: Is briefly implied to be cruel to the titular pig in "The Time Traveler's Pig".
* LaserGuidedKarma: Happened in "Irrational Treasure" and "The Time Traveler's Pig". In the former, she learns that her ancestor Nathaniel Northwest was not the founder of Gravity Falls, but was really [[spoiler: a waste-shoveling village idiot]]. In the latter, she is seen being repeatedly pecked by a chicken by the end of the episode. Both can be considered fitting punishments for her rude and disrespectful behavior.
* LaughOfLove: In a ShipTease moment with Dipper, they laugh together after capturing the ghost, and she then hugs him. Happens again later while they trash her parent's favorite carpet.
* LittleMissBadass: [[spoiler:In "Weirdmageddon 3", where she risks her life during a rescue mission into Bill Cipher's lair.]]
* LittleMissSnarker: Pacifica is quick to get lippy. In "Northwest Mansion Mystery" it's shown she can even go back and forth with the likes of Dipper.
* LivingMacGuffin: We find out exactly why she's important in the finale: [[spoiler:she's one of the Chosen Ten who can defeat Bill]].
* TheLoad: She goes back and forth with this anytime she finds herself involved in the twin's missions, such as in "The Golf War" and "Northwest Mansion Mystery". On one hand, she doesn't initially lift a finger on anything, not to mention her tendency to insult Dipper and/or Mabel. On the other hand, she does rise to the occasion when it really matters, and ends up accomplishing what needs to be done.
* LovableAlphaBitch: Through character development and more focus on her "parents" in Season 2 Pacifica moves into this trope.
* MakeupIsEvil: Despite being a preteen, she's always wearing dark purple eyeshadow (and possibly more), which is pretty blatantly meant to indicate excessive care about her appearance.
-->'''Stan:''' Is it ''legal'' for a child to wear that much makeup?
* ManipulativeBitch: Downplayed. In her debut appearance she tries this, but proves not to be very good at it, so afterward just sticks to solving her problems with money. Full-on manipulation (i.e. lying and cheating) however, is beneath her.
* MeaningfulName:
** Her name is a pun on the "Pacific Northwest" region of America, a region containing Oregon, the state in which the show is based and where creator Alex Hirsch spent his summers.
** "Pacifica" is a Spanish/Portuguese word that translates to “someone that brings peace” and she was the one to [[spoiler:cease the conflict between the Northwest family and the poor people of Gravity Falls. She's also sworn to fix her family's name]].
* NoblewomansLaugh: While not exactly annoying or booming, she has the tendency to raise her wrist to her mouth as she laughs.
* {{Ojou}}: Richest girl in town.
* PetTheDog:
** At the end of "The Golf War".
--> And Mabel, I can't believe I'm saying this, but... I had fun.
** Pacifica gains a healthy amount of respect for Dipper in "Northwest Mansion Mystery", not to mention that she saves his life at least a few times.
** To top it all off, [[spoiler:she wrapped presents for Dipper and Mabel, and signed Dipper's farewell card]].
* PinkIsFeminine: Her favorite color is hot pink, despite purple being her signature color.
* PrincessInRags: Inverted. [[spoiler:By Weirdmageddon 2, her fashionable clothing is swapped out for a raggedy outfit. However, she isn't as snotty anymore save for in a {{Tsundere}} way and has adapted quite enthusiastically, though she's become a little more trigger-happy with her emotions]].
* PunnyName: A play on the Pacific Northwest region of the United States where Oregon is located.
* RapunzelHair: Might be even longer than Mabel's.
* RefuseToRescueTheDisliked: Defied. Pacifica knows her parents are bad, but doesn't think her parents deserve a fate of being [[spoiler:cast in stone by Bill, despite the fact that her father got himself into that mess]].
* RescueRomance: Downplayed to ShipTease, but Pacifica is much nicer to [[spoiler: Dipper]] after he saves her from the Lumberjack ghost, even wanting him to stay afterwards.
* RichBitch: Her family is extremely wealthy, which leads into...
* SarcasticDevotee: In Weirdmageddon 3, Pacifica spends much of her time snarking, but she still pulls her weight and remains loyal to her friends.
* ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney: Says about as much in "The Golf War", stating that her family was able to use their wealth to cover up their [[Recap/GravityFallsS1E8IrrationalTreasure less-than-noble heritage]], not to mention buying a spot on the front page of the local newspaper to spite the Pines family.
* ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight: [[spoiler: In "Northwest Mansion Mystery", she ignores her father's order not open the gates, so that the ghost's victims can return to normal.]]
* ShipTease: With [[spoiler:Dipper]] in "Northwest Mansion Mystery". Not helped at all by [[WordOfGod Alex Hirsch's]] [[TrollingCreator deliberately vague but provoking answers]] to questions regarding the nature of their relationship along with the balanced comments about the two's relationship during ''VideoGame/GravityFallsLegendOfTheGnomeGemulets'' and Conspiracy Corner meaning that there would be moments of an implied crush but it would be quickly discarded or discredited by her or Dipper. [[spoiler:On the note Dipper receives from Wendy at the end of the series, Pacifica's signature features a heart replacing the dot for the "i" in her name]].
* SilenceIsGolden: Her relationship with her parents was explained by her reaction towards the ringing of a bell.
* SitcomArchnemesis: To Mabel, though after "The Golf War" that might be moving towards friends, or at the very least [[VitriolicBestBuds more respectful rivals.]] She's more or less pulled a complete HeelFaceTurn on this trope as of "Northwest Mansion Noir" [[spoiler: after she discovered her family's ''extremely'' shady and duplicitous past, and vowed to fix their broken family name by saving Dipper, Mabel, Candy, Grenda, and the party guests from the Lumberjack's vengeance.]]
* SpoiledBrat: The usual kind, though not at the level of Gideon.
* SpoiledSweet: Eventually gets her head on straight, to the point of wanting to do what's right.
* StepfordSmiler: Well, a ''cocky'' smile, Type A. It turns out she's not treated very well by her parents in "Northwest Mansion Noir", and is in fact insecure and thinks lowly of herself once she finds out about what jerkasses her family and ancestors have been.
* SugarAndIcePersonality: Beneath her persona lies a lost, sad and confused girl manipulated by her family and her legacy.
* TheRival: Was initially this to Mabel, the two would commonly compete in a variety of activities.
* TokenGoodTeammate: [[spoiler: Eventually becomes one for the Northwest family]].
* TookALevelInBadass:
** Pacifica learns to stand up to her abusive, controlling parents.
** She starts off as a SpoiledBrat who can't stand to get dirty. [[spoiler:During Weirdmageddon, she has become a full on ActionSurvivor -- complete with tattered clothing and a battle cry, and who even risks her life to save her unworthy parents.]]
* TookALevelInCheerfulness: In Northwest Mansion Mystery Pacifica begins to become happier after befriending Dipper and in the end of Weirdmageddon Part 3 she became cheerful again during Dipper and Mabels birthday party.
* TookALevelInCynic: At the start of "Weirdmageddon Part 3", while this was the case with everyone, she is most cynical and aggressive of the resistance because both of her parents were captured by Bill, she threatens to the sue the resistance if she is killed in the battle, is mean to Mabel by initially refusing to wear the sweater and saying that she still dresses better than Mabel despite wearing a potato sack and finally she does nothing to contribute to the creation of the robot. [[spoiler:She does however become happy again when she is reunited with her parents and she even buys and wraps gifts for Dipper and Mabel's birthday while also signing a note for Dipper to remember all of his friends when he returns home]].
* TookALevelInKindness: At first, she was nothing but a standard bully to the protagonists (mostly to Mabel), but it's later revealed that her parents, especially her father, were molding her into one, and possibly something worse. Thankfully, she finds a MoralityPet in Dipper, which leads to her discovering hard truths she never knew about, and Dipper believing in her enough to give her a second chance.
* TragicVillain: Pacifica's backstory is rather tragic; Her parents set high standards and expectations for her, constantly pressure and abuse her into upholding the "greatness" of the Northwest family. [[spoiler:The moment she realized how terrible her family legacy is, Pacifica felt she had no choice in what she became, and believed there could be no redemption for herself. However, Dipper believed in her enough, and convinced her it's wasn't too late]].
* {{Tsundere}}: Her way of being nice. She's clearly trying, but she's still a little rough while doing so (like calling Soos a "servant" even when she's giving him a genuine compliment). ''VideoGame/GravityFallsLegendOfTheGnomeGemulets'' makes her even more of one, as she keeps ''trying'' to act egotistically superior to the Pine twins like she used to but keeps slipping and exposing or even outright admitting that she "doesn't totally hate them" ([[ShipTease an understatement as far as Dipper is concerned.]]) [[spoiler: She shows more of this in "Weirdmageddon 3", accepting Mabel's llama sweater while saying "Fine, I'll wear it, but I won't like it!", plus insulting Mabel's fashion sense earlier, but at the end not only attending Dipper and Mabel's birthday, but getting them presents and going through the trouble of gift-wrapping them herself as well as signing a farewell card for Dipper. Also, she was the ''only'' one who kept wearing Mabel's sweater on the day of the battle, despite her previous statement about it.]]
* UnknownRival: To Mabel in "Double Dipper", but Mabel wises up in "Irrational Treasure" and returns the ArchEnemy sentiment.
* UsedToBeASweetKid: A family portrait in the mansion depicts a younger Pacifica with a [[NotSoDifferent Mabel-like]] goofy smile.
* ValleyGirl: Her spoiled demeanor can make her come off as this.
* VillainousBSOD: [[spoiler: After discovering her family's terrible history and the curse brought about by it, she drops her snooty demeanor (for the most part) and becomes a lot more friendly towards Dipper and company.]]
* WellExcuseMePrincess: Her relationship with Dipper has shades of this in "Northwest Mansion Mystery". For the first half of the episode, they [[SnarkToSnarkCombat argue and exchange catty behavior]] while trying to rid Northwest Manor of a homicidal ghost. However, once the ghost is dealt with, their opinions of each other change and they eventually become friends.
* WhenSheSmiles: A kind one that is.
* WhiteSheep: In season 2 she finds out her family has long history of being terrible villains. Pacifica is devastated to learn of their history and decides to work at fixing it.
* WorthyOpponent: While she spent most of her time trying to be better than Mabel, or anyone for that matter, she seems to have more respect for Dipper's skills. If anything, Dipper is perhaps the first person she considered as her equal. It shows in "Northwest Mansion Mystery", as she placed more emphasis on wanting Dipper to help or for Dipper to stay at the party.
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-->'''Candy:''' "Maybe we don't have as many friends as Pacifica, but we have each other."
-->'''Grenda:''' "I wanna put her in a headlock and make her feel pain!"
->'''Candy Voiced by:''' Niki Yang
->'''Grenda Voiced by:''' Carl Faruolo

A pair of girls who befriend Mabel.
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20th Feb '18 10:48:54 PM ImaginaryMetroid
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* RedShirt: He literally is eaten by the Summerween Trickster ''seconds'' after he appears onscreen. [[spoiler:{{Subverted}} in that he doesn't actually die. Since the Trickster is just made of candy, Gorney emerges from the candy at the end none the worse for wear, which is when he says the above line.]]

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* RedShirt: He literally is eaten by the Summerween Trickster ''seconds'' after he appears onscreen. [[spoiler:{{Subverted}} in that he doesn't actually die. Since the Trickster is just made of candy, Gorney emerges from the candy at the end none the worse for wear, which is when though he says the above line.does say he's been traumatized.]]
28th Jan '18 5:46:04 PM Sakubara
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* EducationMama: Implied to be the case with her parents who apparently send her to music camp towards the end of each summer.
28th Nov '17 9:29:21 AM H2SO4
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* NeverMyFault: Blames Dipper for his [[spoiler: break up with Wendy]] in "The Love God" yet seems to not realize a good chuck of that was from his own selfishness. By the end of the series, while [[spoiler: both Gideon and Pacifica]] have been shown to recognize and regret their failings and try to be better people, Robbie has not had any on-screen moment of him admitting his own failings. All he does is move on and accept Dipper.

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* NeverMyFault: Blames Dipper for his [[spoiler: break up with Wendy]] in "The Love God" yet seems to not realize a good chuck of that was from his own selfishness. By the end of the series, while [[spoiler: both Gideon and Pacifica]] have been shown to recognize and regret their failings and try to be better people, Robbie has not had any on-screen moment of him admitting his own failings. All he does is move on and accept Dipper.forgive Dipper for things the latter didn't do.
28th Nov '17 3:06:36 AM jormis29
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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/ScottMenville (Nate), Michael Rianda (Lee/Thompson), Jessica [=DiCicco=] (Tambry)

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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/ScottMenville (Nate), Michael Rianda Creator/MichaelRianda (Lee/Thompson), Jessica [=DiCicco=] Creator/JessicaDiCicco (Tambry)
11th Nov '17 5:34:46 AM luiz4200
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* RequisiteRoyalRegalia: Is visibly dressed like a noble, with a fancy coat, cravat, and epaulets.

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* RequisiteRoyalRegalia: Is visibly dressed like a noble, with a fancy coat, cravat, and epaulets. The cravat and the epaulets are particularly justified in this case because, according to his guestbook profile, he inherited a factory that makes them.
11th Nov '17 5:29:22 AM luiz4200
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* FiveFiveFive: Marius' phone number is 555-0176.
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