History Characters / Noob

25th Feb '18 2:59:41 PM RedScharlach
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The worst guild of ''Horizon'' in Season 1, which gets a little better but keeps a quite bad reputation later on.

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The worst guild of in ''Horizon'' in Season 1, which gets a little better but keeps a quite bad reputation later on.
but maintains a fairly poor reputation.



Master of ''Horizon's'' top guild and team Fantöm's strategist, who's distinctive sign is a white (later gold) mask covering his face. If provoked, he will usually be the first of the team to lose his temper, Saphir being the one who calms him down just as easily.

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Master of ''Horizon's'' top guild and team Fantöm's strategist, who's whose distinctive sign is a white (later gold) mask covering his face. If provoked, he will usually be the first of the team to lose his temper, Saphir being the one who calms him down just as easily.



* [[BigBrotherInstinct Big Sister Instinct]]: Towards Gaea. It's a bad idea to even threaten Gaea if she's around (or at the other side of the game map, for that matter). The free jobs she does for the Noob guild frequently start with her showing up to beat the pulp out whatever is bothering Gaea and forgetting to leave.

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* [[BigBrotherInstinct Big Sister Instinct]]: Towards Gaea. It's a bad idea to even threaten Gaea if she's around (or at the other side of the game map, for that matter). The free jobs she does for the Noob guild frequently start with her showing up to beat the pulp out whatever whoever is bothering Gaea and forgetting to leave.



* NiceJobFixingItVillain: [[spoiler:Killing Sparadrap's pets. In the webseries version of the scene, she pushes Sparadrap's Berserk Button. In the novel version, the bullying of which the killing was part of gave Ystos, Saphir and Heimdäl time to find the Noob guild before her team got around killing them.]]

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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: [[spoiler:Killing Sparadrap's pets. In the webseries version of the scene, she pushes Sparadrap's Berserk Button. In the novel version, the bullying of which the killing was part of gave Ystos, Saphir and Heimdäl time to find the Noob guild before her team got around killing them.]]



* EvilCannotComprehendGood: His stroyline exists in part because it's apparently impossible for him to grasp the idea that a player from another faction is genuinely trying to be friendly to him, though Spardrap's strange mix of clumsiness and luck isn't really helping in the present case.
* FanOfThePast: Implied when putting his early 20th century style interior and the fact that he's palying in the low-technology faction of ''Horizon'' together.
* FreudianExcuse: The YetAnotherChristmasCarol Episode reveals he was mocked by other players at his debuts, leading him to become a Player Killer.

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* EvilCannotComprehendGood: His stroyline storyline exists in part because it's apparently impossible for him to grasp the idea that a player from another faction is genuinely trying to be friendly to him, though Spardrap's Sparadrap's strange mix of clumsiness and luck isn't doesn't really helping help in the present case.
* FanOfThePast: Implied when by putting together his early 20th century 20th-century style interior and the fact that he's palying playing in the low-technology faction of ''Horizon'' together.
''Horizon''.
* FreudianExcuse: The YetAnotherChristmasCarol Episode reveals he was mocked by other players at on his debuts, debut, leading him to become a Player Killer.



* HonoraryTrueCompanion: [[spoiler:Gaea admirers can be considered to be her Coalition guild even after she technically leaves it, as its member are still wrapped around her finger.]]

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* HonoraryTrueCompanion: [[spoiler:Gaea admirers can be considered to be her Coalition guild even after she technically leaves it, as its member members are still wrapped around her finger.]]



A woman Master Zen met during his jail time, who escaped as the same time as him and knows a few tricks to keep his hair-trigger temper under control. According to the comic, she was staying at the pysch ward of his jail. Despite this, she's probably the most normal-acting person in the guild. Her backstory gets revealed in the second movie.

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A woman Master Zen met during his jail time, who escaped as the same time as him and knows a few tricks to keep his hair-trigger temper under control. According to the comic, she was staying at in the pysch psych ward of his jail. Despite this, she's probably the most normal-acting person in the guild. Her backstory gets revealed in the second movie.



* TheLancer: Acts as the guild second in command and has personality radically different from that of her guild master.

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* TheLancer: Acts as the guild second in command second-in-command and has a personality radically different from that of her guild master.



* PlayingGertrude: [[spoiler:We don't know Simon's age, but Sparadrap is hitting mid-twenties by the time he turns out to potentially be her son, and the novels make Ystos only three years younger.]]
* TeamMom: She's quite reactive to calming down Master Zen when he seems about to have an outburst and is seen shutting up Valentin once or twice.

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* PlayingGertrude: [[spoiler:We don't know Simon's age, but Sparadrap is hitting his mid-twenties by the time he turns out to potentially be her son, and the novels make Ystos only three years younger.]]
* TeamMom: She's quite reactive ready to calming calm down Master Zen when he seems about to have an outburst and is seen shutting up Valentin once or twice.



* YouDoNOTWantToKnow: Invokes this when Valentin asks how she managed to [[spoiler:escape the jail's phych ward]] in the comic.

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* YouDoNOTWantToKnow: Invokes this when Valentin asks how she managed to [[spoiler:escape the jail's phych psych ward]] in the comic.



** In his introduction from the third novel, he mentions killing a bunch of people... then teleporting their bodies elsewhere because they tarnished the beauty of the the place. He also gets mad at someone he's figthing for destroying a well-made statue in the process of ''trying to stay alive''.

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** In his introduction from the third novel, he mentions killing a bunch of people... then teleporting their bodies elsewhere because they tarnished the beauty of the the place. He also gets mad at someone he's figthing fighting for destroying a well-made statue in the process of ''trying to stay alive''.



* UnwittingPawn: [[spoiler:Orders were coded into his genetic material when he was made. He's subconsciously following them despite his makers having lost any kind of direct control on him. One of these orders is helping the Empire find more rosaphir, which was a side effect of him opening passages to other planets and moons in the fourth novel.]]

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* UnwittingPawn: [[spoiler:Orders were coded into his genetic material when he was made. He's subconsciously following them despite his makers having lost any kind of direct control on over him. One of these orders is helping the Empire find more rosaphir, which was a side effect of him opening passages to other planets and moons in the fourth novel.]]
15th Feb '18 3:14:26 PM RedScharlach
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* NoHeroToHisValet: In Season 3 and the second novel, he turns out to be [[spoiler:a semi-professional tennisman known to be immune to pressure]]. However, in Season 2, he stated that his father and his grandmother would better have him be in front of the computer than doing anything else when he's at home because it means he's not doing anything foolish (in the real world, at least).

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* NoHeroToHisValet: In Season 3 and the second novel, he turns out to be [[spoiler:a semi-professional tennisman tennis player known to be immune to pressure]]. However, in Season 2, he stated that his father and his grandmother would better rather have him be in front of the computer than doing anything else when he's at home because it means he's not doing anything foolish (in the real world, at least).
15th Feb '18 3:13:04 PM RedScharlach
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* KindheartedSimpleton: Probably the "nice person" trope from the list that fits him best. [[ManipulativeBastard Gaea]] is shown taking advatage of it in the novels and comic.

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* KindheartedSimpleton: Probably the "nice person" trope from the list that fits him best. [[ManipulativeBastard Gaea]] is shown taking advatage advantage of it in the novels and comic.



* BioAugmentation: Being an advancd neomancer and all.

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* BioAugmentation: Being an advancd advanced neomancer and all.
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* LiteralMinded: He often mixes up the real life and MMORPG meaning of terms and sometimes needs a mini english lesson along with the explanation of non-French terms. He also has trouble with figures of speech in general.

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* LiteralMinded: He often mixes up the real life and MMORPG meaning of terms and sometimes needs a mini english English lesson along with the explanation of non-French terms. He also has trouble with figures of speech in general.



* OddNameOut: [[spoiler:She's Saphir and Rubis's older sister, making her alias not only an English word instead of a French one, but not gemstone related.]]

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* OddNameOut: [[spoiler:She's Saphir and Rubis's older sister, making her alias not only an English word instead of a French one, but not gemstone related.gemstone-related.]]



* QuicklyDemotedWoman: Subverted. The first time she's mentioned makes her situation look like this (e.g. her accomplishments have been overshadowed by Spectre's and all three of her successors are male), but she later turns out to have spent her time on other online games and doing quite well for herself.

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* QuicklyDemotedWoman: Subverted. The first time she's mentioned makes her situation look like this (e.g. her accomplishments have been overshadowed by Spectre's and all three of her successors are male), but she later turns out to have spent her time on other online games and doing has done quite well for herself.



* SignificantAnagram: Her original name is an angram of "Maître Zen", the name she's given in the English subtitles an anagram of "Master Zen".

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* SignificantAnagram: Her original name is an angram of "Maître Zen", Zen"; the name she's given in the English subtitles is an anagram of "Master Zen".



* CooperationGambit: [[spoiler: When Fantöm single-handedly beat the Source of Chaos for the second time, he owed his surviving a recently added explosion only to Spectre's help. The explantation given was that he couldn't stand to see him fail so close to his goal. The third novel reveals he was secretly filming Fantöm's progression to be able to show the public that he really is a good player and make his future victory against him even more spectacular]].

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* CooperationGambit: [[spoiler: When Fantöm single-handedly beat the Source of Chaos for the second time, he owed his surviving a recently added explosion only to Spectre's help. The explantation explanation given was that he couldn't stand to see him fail so close to his goal. The third novel reveals he was secretly filming Fantöm's progression to be able to show the public that he really is a good player and make his future victory against him even more spectacular]].



* HyperAwareness: [[spoiler:The fact that it's due to low latent inhibition just like a certain ''Series/Prison Break'' character is a plot point in the webseries storyline. Tenshirock's wife had the same condition and he was able to diagnose it via playing alongside him.]]

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* HyperAwareness: [[spoiler:The fact that it's due to low latent inhibition just like a certain ''Series/Prison Break'' ''Series/PrisonBreak'' character is a plot point in the webseries storyline. Tenshirock's wife had the same condition and he was able to diagnose it via playing alongside him.]]
11th Feb '18 2:58:48 PM RedScharlach
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* SquishyWizard: Probably true of any nuker and healer in the series, but she gets special mention for using it as semi-legitimate excuse to have hiding be her first reflex at any sign of danger and thinking of other players as human shields in the novels.

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* SquishyWizard: Probably true of any nuker and healer in the series, but she gets special mention for using it as a semi-legitimate excuse to have hiding be her first reflex at any sign of danger and thinking of other players as human shields in the novels.



Hired to replace Arthéon in Season 3, she disappears after events of the Wham episode. She eventually reappears [[spoiler: as an Order cartomancer, which was her real character all along; check second Walking Spoiler of Relic Hunter guild for her permanent incarnation]].

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Hired to replace Arthéon in Season 3, she disappears after events of the Wham episode. She eventually reappears [[spoiler: as [[spoiler:as an Order cartomancer, which was her real character all along; check second Walking Spoiler of Relic Hunter guild for her permanent incarnation]].



* GuestStarPartyMember: Appropriatley [[spoiler:seen again as an enemy]] after leaving the guild.

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* GuestStarPartyMember: Appropriatley Appropriately [[spoiler:seen again as an enemy]] after leaving the guild.



The character created by a video game tester trying out ''Horizon 2.0'', that Arthéon accepts into the guild due to the lack of new Empire players at the time. He runs into Ash a short time after that, buys credits from him witout realising that real money trade isn't allowed in the game and gets kicked out by a Game Master.

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The character created by a video game tester trying out ''Horizon 2.0'', that Arthéon accepts into the guild due to the lack of new Empire players at the time. He runs into Ash a short time after that, buys credits from him witout without realising that real money trade isn't allowed in the game and gets kicked out by a Game Master.



* NotSoStoic: His in-game stoic self is implied to be part of him roleplaying as a healer (hence his attitude change when playing his assassin). In the webseries, this has led him to burst into tears over [[spoiler:being reminded of Fantöm's absence]] and be obviously overjoyed when [[spoiler:Sparadrap reaches level 100]]. The few scenes of the comic showing him at home have him wear context-appropriate expressions and just happen to have a calm and composed personality.

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* NotSoStoic: His in-game stoic self is implied to be part of him roleplaying as a healer (hence his attitude change when playing his as an assassin). In the webseries, this has led him to burst bursting into tears over [[spoiler:being reminded of Fantöm's absence]] and be being obviously overjoyed when [[spoiler:Sparadrap reaches level 100]]. The few scenes of in the comic showing that show him at home have him wear wearing context-appropriate expressions and just happen happening to have a calm and composed personality.



* SixthRanger: A full fledged one for the Noob guild as his assassin.

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* SixthRanger: A full fully fledged one for the Noob guild as his assassin.



* DragonWithAnAgenda: "Closest thing Tenshirock has to a Dragon" would be more appropriate. His customer pool would be drastically reduced if any of Tenshirock's plans ever worked while, in turn, the banishment of his customers by Game Masters serve Tenshirock's cause. The fact that they're old friends seems to be the only reason they don't get in each other's way.

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* DragonWithAnAgenda: "Closest thing Tenshirock has to a Dragon" would be more appropriate. His customer pool would be drastically reduced if any of Tenshirock's plans ever worked while, in turn, the banishment of his customers by Game Masters serve serves Tenshirock's cause. The fact that they're old friends seems to be the only reason why they don't get in each other's way.



* KnowledgeBroker: This aspect of his trade becomes a very plot-relevant in late Season 5 and the movies.

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* KnowledgeBroker: This aspect of his trade becomes a very plot-relevant in late Season 5 and the movies.



A woman Master Zen met during his jail time, who escaped as the same time as him and knows a few tricks to keep his hair-trigger temper under control. According to the comic, she was staying at the pysch ward of his jail. Despite this, she's probably the most normal-acting person of the guild. Her backstory gets revealed in the second movie.

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A woman Master Zen met during his jail time, who escaped as the same time as him and knows a few tricks to keep his hair-trigger temper under control. According to the comic, she was staying at the pysch ward of his jail. Despite this, she's probably the most normal-acting person of in the guild. Her backstory gets revealed in the second movie.



A CasanovaWannabe who was roommates with the guild's leader at some point and has taken a certain interest in Ivy. Also member with the less screentime.

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A CasanovaWannabe who was roommates with the guild's leader at some point and has taken a certain interest in Ivy. Also the member with the less least screentime.



* BeCarefulWhatYouSay: Trying to pick up the series GadgeteerGenius by telling her she must be a bomb in real life: [[TemptingFate Bad idea]].

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* BeCarefulWhatYouSay: Trying to pick up the series series' GadgeteerGenius by telling her she must be a bomb in real life: [[TemptingFate Bad idea]].



* AccidentalMisnaming: A running gag with him, but somewhat justified by his bad memory [[spoiler:and the he has at least three other sons besides Sparadrap and Ystos]].

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* AccidentalMisnaming: A running gag with him, but somewhat justified by his bad memory [[spoiler:and the fact that he has at least three other sons besides Sparadrap and Ystos]].



* BunnyEarsLawyer: Stick Sparadrap's personality on a [[spoiler:mafia big wig passing as a]] priest, and you get this.

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* BunnyEarsLawyer: Stick Sparadrap's personality on a [[spoiler:mafia big wig big-wig passing as a]] priest, and you get this.



* CooperationGambit: [[spoiler: When Fantöm signlehandedly beat the Source of Chaos for the second time, he owed his survival to a recently added explosion only to Spectre's help. The explantation given was that he couldn't stand to se him fail so close to his goal. The third novel reveals he was secretly filming Fantöm's progression to be able to show the public that he really is a good player and make his future victory against him even more spectacular]].

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* CooperationGambit: [[spoiler: When Fantöm signlehandedly single-handedly beat the Source of Chaos for the second time, he owed his survival to surviving a recently added explosion only to Spectre's help. The explantation given was that he couldn't stand to se see him fail so close to his goal. The third novel reveals he was secretly filming Fantöm's progression to be able to show the public that he really is a good player and make his future victory against him even more spectacular]].
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* ParalysisByAnalysis: He's implied to be completly immune to this in the webseries and novels (pressure is mentioned to have no effect on him), [[spoiler:which makes him a great tennis player in real life]].

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* ParalysisByAnalysis: He's implied to be completly completely immune to this in the webseries and novels (pressure is mentioned to have no effect on him), [[spoiler:which makes him a great tennis player in real life]].



* BioAugmentation: A perk her class gets from being part of the Empire, that possesses the secret of technology. The second novel, however, states that it keeps her from using magic (implictly to keep the class from becoming a GameBreaker).

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* BioAugmentation: A perk her class gets from being part of the Empire, that possesses the secret of technology. The second novel, however, states that it keeps her from using magic (implictly (implicitly to keep the class from becoming a GameBreaker).



Top player of ''Horizon'' and Ace of Justice guild, notably famous for beating the top boss of ''Horizon 1.0'' by himself. Admired by many players including Omega Zell, who becomes completly startled when he's around. While perfectly capable of being a OneManArmy, he frequently does dungeons and quests with three other players of his guild.

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Top player of ''Horizon'' and Ace of Justice guild, notably famous for beating the top boss of ''Horizon 1.0'' by himself. Admired by many players including Omega Zell, who becomes completly completely startled when he's around. While perfectly capable of being a OneManArmy, he frequently does dungeons and quests with three other players of his guild.



* AwesomenessByAnalysis: The novels explain that he can beat bosses meant for a full PlayerParty due to figuring out their behaviour patterns and plannning for them no matter how complex they have been made.

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* AwesomenessByAnalysis: The novels explain that he can beat bosses meant for a full PlayerParty due to figuring out their behaviour patterns and plannning planning for them no matter how complex they have been made.are.



* {{Hypocrite}}: What generally comes out of the details about her real life. She has a job running an Internet café with her sisters [[spoiler:and apparently has a boyfriend from whom she got pregnant around Season 5, having given birth by the time the first movie rolls in]].

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* {{Hypocrite}}: What generally comes out of the details about her real life. She has a job running an Internet café with her sisters [[spoiler:and apparently has a boyfriend from whom she got pregnant around Season 5, having given birth by the time the first movie rolls in]].around]].



* OddNameOut: [[spoiler:She's Saphir and Rubis's older sister, making her alias not only a English word instead of a French one, but not gemstone related.]]

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* OddNameOut: [[spoiler:She's Saphir and Rubis's older sister, making her alias not only a an English word instead of a French one, but not gemstone related.]]



* SpannerInTheWorks: Explictly called this in the novel version of the Centralis battle, as he kept Amaras from joining his teammates on an important battle against Fantöm's team.

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* SpannerInTheWorks: Explictly Explicitly called this in the novel version of the Centralis battle, as he kept Amaras from joining his teammates on an important battle against Fantöm's team.



* EmoTeen: In real life. His style is called "{{Goth}}" when he's first seen, but his actual look in both the novels and webseries fits EmoTeen better; the term ended up being used in the webseries Season 5 making-of. He can also be excused for having part of the attitude that comes with it since his job ''has'' to come with quite frustrating moments, [[spoiler: he still misses his dead mother and his father's idea of trying to reconnect with him is besting him in activities that interest him]].

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* EmoTeen: In real life. His style is called "{{Goth}}" when he's first seen, but his actual look in both the novels and webseries fits EmoTeen better; the term ended up being used in the webseries Season 5 making-of. He can also be excused for having part of the attitude that comes with it since his job ''has'' to come with ''does'' include quite frustrating moments, [[spoiler: he [[spoiler:he still misses his dead mother and his father's idea of trying to reconnect with him is besting him in activities that interest him]].



* AmbiguouslyBi: His backstory requires him to be interested in women to an extent. However, one of his big favorites along with forced dancing is stripping male avatars to their underwear. Those who ''really'' piss him off have both happening at the same time. He sometimes stays to watch and seems to quite frequently time things so [[YaoiFangirl Gaea]], known for making videos, can enjoy them.
* AntiVillain: He's a WellIntentionedExtremist with his own standards and has no personnal hate for the protagonists.

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* AmbiguouslyBi: His backstory requires him to be interested in women to an extent. However, one of his big favorites along with forced dancing is stripping male avatars to their underwear. Those who ''really'' piss him off have both happening at the same time. He sometimes stays to watch and seems to quite frequently time things so that [[YaoiFangirl Gaea]], known for making videos, can enjoy them.
* AntiVillain: He's a WellIntentionedExtremist with his own standards and has no personnal personal hate for the protagonists.



** This is restricted to Gaea in the comic and their business partnership is a surprise to the rest of the guild. The fact that Tenshirock has done them no harm so far is due to the fact that Gaea negociated a immunity for everyone except Omega Zell.

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** This is restricted to Gaea in the comic and their business partnership is a surprise to the rest of the guild. The fact that Tenshirock has done them no harm so far is due to the fact that Gaea negociated a negotiated immunity for everyone except Omega Zell.



** Played straight in the comic and novels, where he seems to not regret what he did a single bit and to be completly OK with the decision to [[spoiler:blame everything on Fantöm]].

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** Played straight in the comic and novels, where he seems to not regret what he did a single bit and to be completly completely OK with the decision to [[spoiler:blame everything on Fantöm]].



Keynn's brother and PsychoSidekick. He's in charge of the less savory aspects of running the Empire. While necessary, his position caused him to be disliked by many and to develop personality traits that make him a person unpleasant to be around.

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Keynn's brother and PsychoSidekick. He's in charge of the less savory aspects of running the Empire. While necessary, his position caused him to be disliked by many and to develop personality traits that make him a person an unpleasant person to be around.



* NecessarilyEvil: What he considers himself to be when he acknowledges the fact that some of his actions come accross as evil.

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* NecessarilyEvil: What he considers himself to be when he acknowledges the fact that some of his actions come accross across as evil.



* AccidentalTruth: He wasn't present when Tabris revealed to Helkazard that his cells where in the serum used to make people into neomancers. However, he calls Töne Förk a "Tabris ersatz" upon fiding out he became a neomancer. [[spoiler:Even if Keynn's idea that he's the one who got Tabris to kill Helkazard is true, the trope applies due to the fact that Tabris and Töne Förk are the only neomancers able to use magic.]]

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* AccidentalTruth: He wasn't present when Tabris revealed to Helkazard that his cells where in the serum used to make people into neomancers. However, he calls Töne Förk a "Tabris ersatz" upon fiding finding out he became a neomancer. [[spoiler:Even if Keynn's idea that he's the one who got Tabris to kill Helkazard is true, the trope applies due to the fact that Tabris and Töne Förk are the only neomancers able to use magic.]]



Ruler of Olydri while it was an empty land called Nös that got sealed away by Lys and Ark'hen. ''Horizon's'' MythArc apprently consists of keeping him from returning and turning Olydri back into Nös.[[spoiler:''Horizon 1.1'' has him as its final boss]].

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Ruler of Olydri while it was an empty land called Nös that got sealed away by Lys and Ark'hen. ''Horizon's'' MythArc apprently apparently consists of keeping him from returning and turning Olydri back into Nös.[[spoiler:''Horizon 1.1'' has him as its final boss]].



The habitants of Nös and servants of Dortös who can't survive on Olydri as it currenltly is. They got imprisonned inside the planet when Dortös got sealed away.

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The habitants of Nös and servants of Dortös who can't survive on Olydri as it currenltly currently is. They got imprisonned inside the planet when Dortös got sealed away.
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* AmbiguouslyGay: There's his job, his name, but also his real life behavior, especially his food choices (biological salads according to the first novel). Add Tenshirock who likes punishing him by blocking his avatar in dancing mode and Gaea's insinuations that his hero worship of Fantöm is actually a CelebCrush. He also sides with Sparadrap when he gives liking the way his clothes look as a reason for not changing them (to something with better stats) in a long time. His sister added an extra layer by mentioning he took classical dancing when he was nine.

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* AmbiguouslyGay: There's his job, his name, but also his real life behavior, especially his food choices (biological (organic salads according to the first novel). Add Tenshirock who likes punishing him by blocking his avatar in dancing mode and Gaea's insinuations that his hero worship of Fantöm is actually a CelebCrush. He also sides with Sparadrap when he gives liking the way his clothes look as a reason for not changing them (to something with better stats) in for a long time. His sister added an extra layer by mentioning he took classical dancing when he was nine.



* TheTeamBenefactor: In earlier installments, the guild is stuck with him because they can't find another healer and when it did happen, the girl wasn't much better at the job than him and seldom showed up. In addition to that, he's the only member of the guild that can [[spoiler:enable them to contact Justice Guild directly without having to locate them due to having one of its members playing on the couch behind him in real life]].

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* TheTeamBenefactor: In earlier installments, the guild is stuck with him because they can't find another healer and when it did happen, they eventually did, the girl wasn't much better at the job than him and seldom showed up. In addition to that, he's the only member of the guild that can [[spoiler:enable them to contact Justice Guild directly without having to locate them due to having one of its members playing on the couch behind him in real life]].



* VagueAge: It's hard to tell if she's in her early teens or older but short and childish for her age. Manon Morand herself is actually a short adult (The actor playing Sin in the movies is the current junior of the cast).

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* VagueAge: It's hard to tell if she's in her early teens or older but short and childish for her age. Manon Morand herself is actually a short adult (The (the actor playing Sin in the movies is the current junior of the cast).



* AccidentalMurder: In a fit of rage after Sparadrap's screw-up, he actually threw his computer out of his apartment's window... which landed on an old lady a few floors below and killed her.
* AxCrazy: Or at least he claims to be so; while he is definitely crazy and does regularly threaten others to find them in real life and kill them, he has yet to actually do it. He still does kidnap and sequester people though.

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* AccidentalMurder: In a fit of rage after Sparadrap's screw-up, he actually threw his computer out of his apartment's apartment window... which landed on an old lady a few floors below and killed her.
* AxCrazy: Or at least he claims to be so; while he is definitely crazy and does regularly threaten others to find them other people in real life and kill them, he has yet to actually do it. He still does kidnap and sequester hold people prisoner, though.



The character created by a video game tester trying out ''Horizon 2.0'', that Arthéon accepts into the guild due to the lack of new Empire players at the time. He runs into Ash little time after that, buys credits from him witout realising that real money trade isn't allowed in the game and gets kicked out by a Game Master.

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The character created by a video game tester trying out ''Horizon 2.0'', that Arthéon accepts into the guild due to the lack of new Empire players at the time. He runs into Ash little a short time after that, buys credits from him witout realising that real money trade isn't allowed in the game and gets kicked out by a Game Master.



* AttackAttackAttack: A rough equivalent of the trope name even happens to be her CatchPhrase. This tends to be a side effect of the LeeroyJenkins and BloodKnight combo, but a pure case of this can be found in the fourth comic where she doesn't let multiple deaths a row stop her (remember ContinuingIsPainful in ''Horizon'' and the healer to which she has easiest access is the most incompetent of the game).

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* AttackAttackAttack: A rough equivalent of the trope name even happens to be her CatchPhrase. This tends to be a side effect of the LeeroyJenkins and BloodKnight combo, but a pure case of this can be found in the fourth comic where she doesn't let multiple deaths in a row stop her (remember ContinuingIsPainful in ''Horizon'' and the healer to which she has easiest access is the most incompetent of in the game).



* DemotedToExtra: In the novels. She gives the Noob guild a freebee ''and'' gets mentioned in Gaea's backstory in the first one. Her appearance in the second one boils down to "Remember Golgotha? She still likes giving people nicknames and lives with Gaea now". The third one isn't much better, as she's mentioned a few times in the part adapting Season 3 and only randomly appears near the end in the novel-only half of the story. In the fourth, she's seen sleeping in Gaea's appartement and later noticed by Fantöm during the climax. "Demoted to recurring OneSceneWonder" may be more appropriate, however.

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* DemotedToExtra: In the novels. She gives the Noob guild a freebee ''and'' gets mentioned in Gaea's backstory in the first one. Her appearance in the second one boils down to "Remember Golgotha? She still likes giving people nicknames and lives with Gaea now". The third one isn't much better, as she's mentioned a few times in the part adapting Season 3 and only randomly appears near the end in the novel-only half of the story. In the fourth, she's seen sleeping in Gaea's appartement apartment and later noticed by Fantöm during the climax. "Demoted to recurring OneSceneWonder" may be more appropriate, however.



* SignificantAnagram: Her original name in an angram of "Maître Zen", the name she's given in the English subtitles an anagram of "Master Zen".

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* SignificantAnagram: Her original name in is an angram of "Maître Zen", the name she's given in the English subtitles an anagram of "Master Zen".



* ShoutOut: His name and behaviour are an obvious spoof of ComicBook/JudgeDredd. He even said "I am the law" at some point in the webseries.

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* ShoutOut: His name and behaviour are an obvious spoof of ComicBook/JudgeDredd. He even said says "I am the law" at some point in the webseries.



* CanisLatinicus: Whenever they talk about plants, they designate them with latin-sounding names (as a parallel to real-life scientific names).

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* CanisLatinicus: Whenever they talk about plants, they designate call them with latin-sounding by Latin-sounding names (as a parallel to real-life scientific names).
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* ScrewTheRulesIHaveConnections: Tenshirock was great help the two times Games Masters got on her case.
* TheScrooge: Maximal hoarding of both credits and expensive items, yet acts a if she were in PerpetualPoverty.

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* ScrewTheRulesIHaveConnections: Tenshirock was a great help on the two times occasions Games Masters got on her case.
* TheScrooge: Maximal hoarding of both credits and expensive items, yet acts a as if she were in PerpetualPoverty.



** Later, Ivy changes it in TwoGirlsToATeam.

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** Later, Ivy changes it in to TwoGirlsToATeam.



* MyBelovedSmother: His mother is very meddling, so he had to give up any social occupation like sports according to novels. She also used to make Artheon stop playing at 8.00 PM every night. She also sent him to a BoardingSchoolOfHorrors in Season 3.

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* MyBelovedSmother: His mother is very meddling, so he had to give up any social occupation activities like sports according to the novels. She also used to make Artheon stop playing at 8.00 PM every night. She also sent him to a BoardingSchoolOfHorrors in Season 3.



* ImprobableAimingSkills: Inverted. He frequently either hits the wrong target (enemies with healing, allies with attack) or misses entirely. The only consolation is that ReviveKillsZombie exists in ''Horizon''.

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* ImprobableAimingSkills: Inverted. He frequently either hits the wrong target (enemies with healing, allies with attack) attacks) or misses entirely. The only consolation is that ReviveKillsZombie exists in ''Horizon''.



* MadLibsCatchPhrase: "It's ____ (insert adjective) of the dead!". The "of the dead" part is GratuitousEnglish in the original language.

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* MadLibsCatchPhrase: "It's ____ (insert adjective) of the dead!". dead!" The "of the dead" part is GratuitousEnglish in the original language.



* NaiveAnimalLover: A running gag with him is his inability to understand that if something attacks him, he can't make it into a pet.

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* NaiveAnimalLover: A running gag with him is his inability to understand that if something attacks him, he can't make it into a pet.



* TheTeamBenefactor: In earlier installments, the guild is stuck with him because they can't find another healer and when it did happen, the girl wasn't much better at the job than him and seldom showed up. In addition to that, he's the only member of the guild that can [[spoiler:enable them to contact Justice guild directly without having to locate them due to having one of its members playing on the couch behind him in real life]].

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* TheTeamBenefactor: In earlier installments, the guild is stuck with him because they can't find another healer and when it did happen, the girl wasn't much better at the job than him and seldom showed up. In addition to that, he's the only member of the guild that can [[spoiler:enable them to contact Justice guild Guild directly without having to locate them due to having one of its members playing on the couch behind him in real life]].



SleepyHead par excellence, she frequently loses track of what happens in the game. ''Very'' laid back and puts both her gunslinger and bomb builder talents in good use when awake. She's frequently the one who fills in the rest of the guild on game features and facts that they encounter for the first time, making her the ''Horizon'' expert in Arthéon's absence.

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SleepyHead par excellence, she frequently loses track of what happens what's happening in the game. ''Very'' laid back and puts both her gunslinger and bomb builder bomb-builder talents in good use when awake. She's frequently the one who fills in the rest of the guild on game features and facts that they encounter for the first time, making her the ''Horizon'' expert in Arthéon's absence.



* BewareTheQuietOnes: Despite her almost catanonic attitude, she is one of the most effective fighters in the guild.
* BioAugmentation: A perk her class gets from being part of the Empire, that possesses the secret of technology. The second novel however states it keeps her from using magic (implictly to keep the class from becoming a GameBreaker).
* CharacterExaggeration: Just read the novel in which she's introduced. Yes, that's her building something else than a bomb in the underground forest scene.
* CompositeCharacter: [[spoiler:On a Meta level. After Arthéon, Omega Zell and Gaea leave, she's both the member of the team with the most mental sanity and game background knowledge (a trait of Arthéon's) and the Lancer who's following the footsteps of a famous player (a trait of Omega Zell's). In addition to these, her personality in general is basically how Gaea would turn out if she had better moral standards]].

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* BewareTheQuietOnes: Despite her almost catanonic catatonic attitude, she is one of the most effective fighters in the guild.
* BioAugmentation: A perk her class gets from being part of the Empire, that possesses the secret of technology. The second novel however novel, however, states that it keeps her from using magic (implictly to keep the class from becoming a GameBreaker).
* CharacterExaggeration: Just read the novel in which she's introduced. Yes, that's her building something else other than a bomb in the underground forest scene.
* CompositeCharacter: [[spoiler:On a Meta meta level. After Arthéon, Omega Zell and Gaea leave, she's both the member of the team with the most mental sanity and game background knowledge (a trait of Arthéon's) and the Lancer who's following the footsteps of a famous player (a trait of Omega Zell's). In addition to these, her personality in general is basically how Gaea would turn out if she had better moral standards]].



* {{Fangirl}}: Towards Mist, who's the reason she's palying a neomancer and wants to reach their legendary class according to the comic.

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* {{Fangirl}}: Towards Mist, who's the reason she's palying playing a neomancer and wants to reach their legendary class according to the comic.



* GadgeteerGenius: Aside from one occurrence in the second novel, she uses to build bombs.

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* GadgeteerGenius: Aside from one occurrence in the second novel, she uses it to build bombs.



* InformedFlaw: Happened twice. Upon her introduction, Arthéon mentioned she didn't show up much. However, aside from the three first episodes of Season 3 during which only novel readers would know she's supposed to be part of the guild, she ended up being present so often that she functionnally became a full-time member of the guild while Couette and Golgotha were both seen less frequently than her. In Season 4, Gaea mentions that she's sleeping even more than before because she stopped taking her narcolepsy medication; she's not seen falling asleep much more on screen, but it happening off screen is supposed to be the reason the guild breaks its record of failed quests during Season 4.

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* InformedFlaw: Happened twice. Upon her introduction, Arthéon mentioned she didn't show up much. However, aside from the three first episodes of Season 3 during which only novel readers would know she's supposed to be part of the guild, she ended up being present so often that she functionnally functionally became a full-time member of the guild while Couette and Golgotha were both seen less frequently than her. In Season 4, Gaea mentions that she's sleeping even more than before because she stopped taking her narcolepsy medication; she's not seen falling asleep much more on screen, but it happening off screen is supposed to be the reason the guild breaks its record of failed quests during Season 4.



* HoistByHisOwnPetard:[[spoiler:In the Season 2 finale, he asks for a Game Master right when Sparadrap and Arthéon reach the place that could get them rid of the hacked staff and decides to keep them busy until he shows up, expecting the possession of the staff to get them kicked out of ''Horizon''. When Judge Dead finally arrives, he's quick to reveal that possession of hacked equipement is no longer punished since it had been discovered that Tenshirock was the actual guilty party. Master Zen's first reaction to that news is to try using the staff to destroy his former colleague's avatars, causing him to get banned by someone he had summoned in the first place]].
* IronicName: He's probably the ''less'' zen character of the whole franchise.
* KnightOfCerebus: His appearance contributes a lot to the series's CerebusSyndrome as previous villains where no longer dangerous once one logged off of the game. His absence from the comic outside Arthéon's flash back [[spoiler: until comic number 7]] seems to contribute to it starting out both with a LighterAndSofter tone and chronologically after Season 2.
* MeanBoss: He's hinted in Season 1 to have been quite a tyrannical Guild Master, Omega Zell was unwilling to see him replace Arthéon in Season 2, and those who know him were surprised when he seemingly accepted their refusal of having him as leader again.

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* HoistByHisOwnPetard:[[spoiler:In the Season 2 finale, he asks for a Game Master right when Sparadrap and Arthéon reach the place that could get them rid of the hacked staff and decides to keep them busy until he shows up, expecting the possession of the staff to get them kicked out of ''Horizon''. When Judge Dead finally arrives, he's quick to reveal that possession of hacked equipement equipment is no longer punished since it had been discovered that Tenshirock was the actual guilty party. Master Zen's first reaction to that news is to try using the staff to destroy his former colleague's avatars, causing him to get banned by someone he had summoned in the first place]].
* IronicName: He's probably the ''less'' ''least'' zen character of in the whole franchise.
* KnightOfCerebus: His appearance contributes a lot to the series's CerebusSyndrome as previous villains where were no longer dangerous once one logged off out of the game. His absence from the comic outside Arthéon's flash back flashback [[spoiler: until comic number 7]] seems to contribute to it starting out both with a LighterAndSofter tone and chronologically after Season 2.
* MeanBoss: He's hinted in Season 1 to have been quite a tyrannical Guild Master, Omega Zell was unwilling to see him replace Arthéon in Season 2, and those who know him were surprised when he seemingly accepted their refusal of having to have him as leader again.



* CombatAestheticist: That aspect of him comes up when he finds out about his future as a berserker, which happens to be more damage-resistant than an assassin. One of his very first reactions to the news can be paraphrasedd as "Hey, does that mean I'll be able to take my charismatic poses without risking getting killed on the spot?".

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* CombatAestheticist: That aspect of him comes up when he finds out about his future as a berserker, which happens to be more damage-resistant than an assassin. One of his very first reactions to the news can be paraphrasedd paraphrased as "Hey, does that mean I'll be able to take my strike charismatic poses without risking getting killed on the spot?".spot?"



* TookALevelInBadass: His status as The Load only lasted until the end of the Dungeon of Chaos arc in the webseries. The stat bonuses he gets just for being part of Justice and his new equipment help a little also. Taken even further when [[spoiler:he gets a Twilight class]].

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* TookALevelInBadass: His status as The Load only lasted lasts until the end of the Dungeon of Chaos arc in the webseries. The stat bonuses he gets just for being part of Justice and his new equipment help a little also. Taken even further when [[spoiler:he gets a Twilight class]].



* WhamLine: She has a quite high ratio of these given her screentime. The first was at the end of Season 5 when she tells Omega Zell [[spoiler:that she and Saphir are Mist's younger sisters]] within moments of meeting him for the first time. The second is her single scene in the first movie, when she explains Saphir's absence: [[spoiler:miss "no relationships in real life" is on maternity leave]].

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* WhamLine: She has a quite high ratio of these given her screentime. The first was at the end of Season 5 when she tells Omega Zell [[spoiler:that she and Saphir are Mist's younger sisters]] within moments of meeting him for the first time. The second is her single scene in the first movie, when she explains Saphir's absence: [[spoiler:miss [[spoiler:Miss "no relationships in real life" is on maternity leave]].



* AdaptationalEarlyAppearance: Comic ten has an important pre-Centralis battle conversation between Roxxor higer-ups being overheard by a hooded figure wearing familiar black gold-trimmed robe and bearing a familiar OnlineAlias.

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* AdaptationalEarlyAppearance: Comic ten has an important pre-Centralis battle conversation between Roxxor higer-ups higher-ups being overheard by a hooded figure wearing a familiar black gold-trimmed robe and bearing a familiar OnlineAlias.



* PunnyName: The "Jibe" part can have the same prononciation as "JB" in French and "dix" is the French word for "ten" (X in roman numerals).

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* PunnyName: The "Jibe" part can have the same prononciation pronunciation as "JB" in French and "dix" is the French word for "ten" (X in roman numerals).



* VitriolicBestBuds: Her general attitude towards people she likes. It can even be hard to tell if she likes someone or not until she slips in something along the lines of "happy to see you !".

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* VitriolicBestBuds: Her general attitude towards people she likes. It can even be hard to tell if she likes someone or not until she slips in something along the lines of "happy to see you !".you!"



Arthéon's girlfriend in Season 4. Little is known of her aside from the fact that she shares his interest in the game's background and his dream to discover a unique object. Sparadrap hates her for keeping Arthéon away from the guild.

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Arthéon's girlfriend in Season 4. Little is known of her aside from the fact that she shares his interest in the game's background and his dream to discover of discovering a unique object. Sparadrap hates her for keeping Arthéon away from the guild.



* InnocentlyInsensitive: [[spoiler:Given that she viewed the weddding as just a fun way to celebrate finding Sourcelame, chances are that she doesn't realize how much she hurt Arthéon by leaving the ceremony to attend another event.]]

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* InnocentlyInsensitive: [[spoiler:Given that she viewed the weddding wedding as just a fun way to celebrate finding Sourcelame, chances are that she doesn't realize how much she hurt Arthéon by leaving the ceremony to attend another event.]]



* RunawayBride: [[spoiler:More like left Arthéon at the altar because she preferred discovering new game content over finalising the in-game marriage that she was taking less seriouly than him]].
* SatelliteLoveInterest: Downplayed, as she bonded with Arthéon over common interest in the game background and dreams of finding a unique item. However, nothing of her life before meeting Arthéon is known, outside of the fact that she somehow knows Spectre. And again, he could have been the one who approached her given the circumstances in which it's revealed.

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* RunawayBride: [[spoiler:More like left Arthéon at the altar because she preferred discovering new game content over to finalising the in-game marriage that she was taking less seriouly than him]].
* SatelliteLoveInterest: Downplayed, as she bonded with Arthéon over a common interest in the game background and dreams of finding a unique item. However, nothing of her life before meeting Arthéon is known, outside of the fact that she somehow knows Spectre. And again, he could have been the one who approached her given the circumstances in which it's revealed.



* JumpedAtTheCall: He got the job offer just around the time he was realizing that giving up on his previous commitements also left him with not much to do during the day.

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* JumpedAtTheCall: He got the job offer just around the time he was realizing that giving up on his previous commitements also commitments left him with not much to do during the day.



* ThatManIsDead: An in-game equivalent. His avatar is actually a extremely enhanced version of the one his controller was using when he got "chosen" by Fargöth. Reinforced by the fact that his controller is acting differently than before, since permanent roleplaying is required of him and he's a post-Rage Breaking Point Arthéon.
* TookALevelInBadass: Compared to his original player avatar, due to now having stats fit a for a boss. His HitPoint count alone is stated to be bigger than those of Fantöm, Amaras and Spectre taken together.
* TookALevelInCynic: Between the way Kary left him, lingering bitterness towards Justice guild and the feeling that his investment in the Noob guild yielded little to no returns, his outlook has gotten much more pessimistic.

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* ThatManIsDead: An in-game equivalent. His avatar is actually a an extremely enhanced version of the one his controller was using when he got "chosen" by Fargöth. Reinforced by the fact that his controller is acting differently than before, since permanent roleplaying is required of him and he's a post-Rage Breaking Point Arthéon.
* TookALevelInBadass: Compared to his original player avatar, due to now having stats fit a for a boss. His HitPoint count alone is stated to be bigger than those of Fantöm, Amaras and Spectre taken added together.
* TookALevelInCynic: Between the way Kary left him, lingering bitterness towards Justice guild and the feeling that his investment in the Noob guild yielded little to no returns, return, his outlook has gotten much more pessimistic.



* TheDividual: Meant to be that, but Florence Torta not being available for shooting made Bartémulius appear alone twice in the weberies. Played straight in the novels and comic.
* EntitledBastard: Their dialogue when accosted can be summed up as "What are you waiting for to help us, you bunch of idiots? We are too important to be ignored! ".

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* TheDividual: Meant to be that, but Florence Torta not being available for shooting made Bartémulius appear alone twice in the weberies.webseries. Played straight in the novels and comic.
* EntitledBastard: Their dialogue when accosted can be summed up as "What "Why are you waiting for to help us, you bunch of idiots? We are too important to be ignored! ".ignored!"



* ContinueYourMissionDammit: When Ystos starts chatting with other people in the middle of a questline involving her, she reapeats that the world is in great danger multiple times. When this fails, she goes silent and starts playing with the fake vines on his armour instead.

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* ContinueYourMissionDammit: When Ystos starts chatting with other people in the middle of a questline involving her, she reapeats repeats that the world is in great danger multiple times. When this fails, she goes silent and starts playing with the fake vines on his armour instead.



A technology-created experiment who escaped Centralis during the energy strain caused by the Empire-Coalition war of Season 3 finale. He now seems to be pursuing an obscure plan, that is known to involve killing off a quite powerful [=NPC=] and [[spoiler: setting the being that was the ''Horizon 1.0'' ultimate boss free]].

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A technology-created experiment who escaped Centralis during the energy strain caused by the Empire-Coalition war of Season 3 finale. He now seems to be pursuing an obscure plan, plan that is known to involve killing off a quite powerful [=NPC=] and [[spoiler: setting [[spoiler:setting the being that was the ''Horizon 1.0'' ultimate boss free]].
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* DirtyCoward: One of the few female cases.[[spoiler: Reaching level 100, however, stimulates her to willingly challenge Omega Zell to a duel]]
* DoublePlay: Has an archer on a different account. [[spoiler:Becomes quite literal when she keeps said archer active in the Empire while her summoner joined the Coalition]].

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* DirtyCoward: One of the few female cases.[[spoiler: Reaching level 100, however, stimulates her to willingly challenge Omega Zell to a duel]]
duel.]]
* DoublePlay: Has an archer on a different account. [[spoiler:Becomes quite literal when she keeps said archer active in the Empire while her summoner joined joins the Coalition]].



* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler:Some fans also speculate that she was [=TheMole=] since the beginning of the series, but this is Jossed in the fourth novel.]]

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* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler:Some fans also speculate speculated that she was [=TheMole=] since from the beginning of the series, but this is Jossed in the fourth novel.]]



* GenderBlenderName: Possibly not as intentional as for Morgan/Omega Zell, but her real name is homophone to the masculine "Gabriel".

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* GenderBlenderName: Possibly not as intentional as for Morgan/Omega Zell, but her real name is homophone homophonous to the masculine "Gabriel".



* ItAmusedMe: It seems like only one other thing besides money can make her do someting: the opportunity to humiliate Omega Zell. Even better if she can to both at the same time.

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* ItAmusedMe: It seems like only one other thing besides money can make her do someting: something: the opportunity to humiliate Omega Zell. Even better if she can to do both at the same time.



* IWasHavingSuchANiceDream: She was quite mad when she had to wake up from the aforementioned dream of Omega Zell and Fantöm having a romantic moment.

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* IWasHavingSuchANiceDream: She was quite mad when she had to wake up from the aforementioned a dream of Omega Zell and Fantöm having a romantic moment.



* MoneyFetish: {{Greed}} is with no doubt her deadly sin.

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* MoneyFetish: {{Greed}} is with no without doubt her deadly sin.



* [[OffScreenVillainy Off-Screen Scamming]]: The blackmail and scams she pulled on Fantöm, Omega Zell or Sparadrap (novel and comics) are implied to be the tip of an enormous iceberg. She's seen scamming random passer-bys two or three times in the comic, but that's about it.

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* [[OffScreenVillainy Off-Screen Scamming]]: The blackmail and scams she pulled on Fantöm, Omega Zell or Sparadrap (novel and comics) are implied to be the tip of an enormous iceberg. She's seen scamming random passer-bys passers-by two or three times in the comic, but that's about it.



* LoveBeforeFirstSight: He's implied to have never met Kary in person, or to have even seen a picture of her. [[spoiler: This does not prevent Arthéon from "really loving her".]]

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* LoveBeforeFirstSight: He's implied to have never met Kary in person, or to have even seen a picture of her. [[spoiler: This [[spoiler:This does not prevent Arthéon from "really loving her".]]



* MyBelovedSmother: His mother is very meddling, so he had to give up any social occupation like sports according to novels. She also used to make Artheon stop playing at 8.00 PM every night. She also sent him to BoardingSchoolOfHorrors in Season 3.

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* MyBelovedSmother: His mother is very meddling, so he had to give up any social occupation like sports according to novels. She also used to make Artheon stop playing at 8.00 PM every night. She also sent him to a BoardingSchoolOfHorrors in Season 3.



** He gets it on two noticeable occasions in the webseries. In Season 1, when Arthéon and Omega Zell have to explain him how the Galamadriabuyak tower works, he asks why it has ten floors when nine should be enough for it to fill its role of unlocking 10 new levels per floor if 100 is the maximum and players who have never entered it are stuck at level 10 (but still shows to be bad at math in the process). In Season 3, in retaliation to Omega Zell's insults, he threatens to [[spoiler: tell Ystos, points out that it would make Fantöm know about it before long, and even lets Omega Zell think that Ystos can hear him... when he's actually asleep on the couch right behind him]]. The second one alone can give the impression that Dark Avenger actually figured him out quite well.

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** He gets it on two noticeable notable occasions in the webseries. In Season 1, when Arthéon and Omega Zell have to explain him how the Galamadriabuyak tower works, he asks why it has ten floors when nine should be enough for it to fill its role of unlocking 10 new levels per floor if 100 is the maximum and players who have never entered it are stuck at level 10 (but still shows to be bad at math in the process). In Season 3, in retaliation to Omega Zell's insults, he threatens to [[spoiler: tell Ystos, points out that it would make Fantöm know about it before long, and even lets Omega Zell think that Ystos can hear him... when he's actually asleep on the couch right behind him]]. The second one alone can give the impression that Dark Avenger actually figured him out quite well.



* StockYuck: When he resorts to a badly planned attempt to kidnap Stanislas/Arthéon to get him to care for the guild again, he admits to have planned all sorts of tortures that include forcing him to eat vegetables.

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* StockYuck: When he resorts to a badly planned attempt to kidnap Stanislas/Arthéon to get him to care for the guild again, he admits to have having planned all sorts of tortures that include forcing him to eat vegetables.
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--> ''"I need lots of slaves... I mean, guildmates to acheive my final goal."''

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--> ''"I need lots of slaves... I mean, guildmates to acheive achieve my final goal."''



->Guild position : Nuker (Gaea) and Distance DPS (Gaëa)
->Real life name : Gabrielle Jolivet


-->Played by : Anne-Laure Jarnet (Season 1, 2, 4 and 5 credits)/ Gabrielle Jolivet (Season 3 credits)

Latest addition to the guild for the two first seasons, she joined only because ''Horizon'' cannot be played solo. She's set on cumulating as many credits (game currency) as she can, to the point that looting dead enemies behind her guildmate's backs, charming her way out of contributing to the guild's common funds, refusing to engage in a battle under the pretext that expensive repairs are sure to be needed, scamming and blackmailing are not beyond her.

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->Guild position : position: Nuker (Gaea) and Distance DPS (Gaëa)
->Real life name : name: Gabrielle Jolivet


-->Played by : by: Anne-Laure Jarnet (Season 1, 2, 4 and 5 credits)/ Gabrielle Jolivet (Season 3 credits)

Latest addition to the guild for the two first seasons, she joined only because ''Horizon'' cannot be played solo. She's set on cumulating accumulating as many credits (game currency) as she can, to the point that looting dead enemies behind her guildmate's guildmates' backs, charming her way out of contributing to the guild's common funds, refusing to engage in a battle under the pretext that expensive repairs are sure to be needed, scamming and blackmailing are not beyond her.



* AdaptationalHeroism: In the novels and series, Tenshirock decided that all/most of the guild was off the hook during novel / Season 3 due to them indirectly serving his cause. In the comic, Gaea negociated that immunity as part of their business relationship, while the extent to which she cares about her guildmates is usually ambiguous. The only part of the deal that doesn't make the trope too strong is Omega Zell's non-inclusion.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: In the novels and series, Tenshirock decided that all/most of the guild was off the hook during novel / Season 3 due to them indirectly serving his cause. In the comic, Gaea negociated negotiated that immunity as part of their business relationship, while the extent to which she cares about her guildmates is usually ambiguous. The only part of the deal that doesn't make the trope too strong is Omega Zell's non-inclusion.



* TheBeastmaster: In the novels and comic. Two creatures have been seen : a giant pig-like creature and a bird that she actually stole.

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* TheBeastmaster: In the novels and comic. Two creatures have been seen : seen: a giant pig-like creature and a bird that she actually stole.



* DreamSequence: Of Fantöm and Omega Zell having a romantic moment. The way it's depicted is quite unrealistic since Omega Zell tends to go almost mute in the presence of Fantöm who either ignores him or looks at him as if he's crazy. [[spoiler: The dream ended up being semi-accurate : it had Omega Zell promise to still love Fantöm despite the aftermath of the Wham Episode, help him clear his name, and assist him in getting back to level 100. Omega Zell turned out to be so superficial that he only gets in "mute mode" in front of a level 100 and part of a Prestige Class Fantöm, making him perfectly capable of talking normally to Elementalist!Fantöm while he was getting levelled up by the Noob guild]].

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* DreamSequence: Of Fantöm and Omega Zell having a romantic moment. The way it's depicted is quite unrealistic since Omega Zell tends to go almost mute in the presence of Fantöm who either ignores him or looks at him as if he's crazy. [[spoiler: The dream ended up being semi-accurate : semi-accurate: it had Omega Zell promise to still love Fantöm despite the aftermath of the Wham Episode, help him clear his name, and assist him in getting back to level 100. Omega Zell turned out to be so superficial that he only gets in goes into "mute mode" in front of a level 100 and part of a Prestige Class Fantöm, making him perfectly capable of talking normally to Elementalist!Fantöm while he was getting levelled up by the Noob guild]].



** With Couette's official membership, the guild is technically a GenderEqualEnsemble in later episodes [[spoiler: ... before people start leaving in Season 4, at least]].

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** With Couette's official membership, the guild is technically a GenderEqualEnsemble in later episodes [[spoiler: ... before people start leaving in Season 4, at least]].



* UnspokenPlanGuarantee: In Season 3 :

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* UnspokenPlanGuarantee: In Season 3 :3:



* WelcomeBackTraitor: [[spoiler:Shown to happen in the fourth novel and implied in the webseries. Played with as Sparadrap asked her if she acutally considers the rest of the guild friends in the novel and the webseries hints she had to promise to straighten up her act if she wanted to come back.]]

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* WelcomeBackTraitor: [[spoiler:Shown to happen in the fourth novel and implied in the webseries. Played with as Sparadrap asked her if she acutally actually considers the rest of the guild friends in the novel and the webseries hints she had to promise to straighten up her act if she wanted to come back.]]



* WithFriendsLikeThese: Her arguments with Omega Zell are countless, since the very first time they meet.

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* WithFriendsLikeThese: Her arguments with Omega Zell are countless, have been countless since the very first time they meet.met.



->Class : Warrior
->Guild position : Tank / Guild Master
->Real life name : Stanislas 'Stan' Châtelain

-->Played by : Jonathan Fourcade

After getting his account reset as punishment for RealMoneyTrade and finding no other guild that would accept him at level 1, he was chosen as successor to Master Zen when he ended up in jail. Team parent without completley falling into TeamMom or TeamDad, he's both the glue holding the guild together and its mentor. As a level 100 character, he was part of Justice guild, the top guild of ''Horizon''.

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->Class : ->Class: Warrior
->Guild position : position: Tank / Guild Master
->Real life name : name: Stanislas 'Stan' Châtelain

-->Played by : by: Jonathan Fourcade

After getting his account reset as punishment for RealMoneyTrade and finding no other guild that would accept him at level 1, he was chosen as successor to Master Zen when he ended up in jail. Team parent without completley completely falling into TeamMom or TeamDad, he's both the glue holding the guild together and its mentor. As a level 100 character, he was part of Justice guild, the top guild of ''Horizon''.



* AdaptationalAngstUpgrade: His comic version has more visible {{Foreshadowing}} of his upcoming RageBreakingPoint. His debut in comic one shoes him have a moment of doubt when alone, but brush it off for the sake of maintaining his role of OnlySaneMan. In comic 7, he releases a LimitBreak he intended for a boss on bunch of {{Mook}}s while yelling at them (actually suprising Gaea) because he needed to blow off steam.

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* AdaptationalAngstUpgrade: His comic version has more visible {{Foreshadowing}} of his upcoming RageBreakingPoint. His debut in comic one shoes him have a moment of doubt when alone, but brush it off for the sake of maintaining his role of OnlySaneMan. In comic 7, he releases a LimitBreak he intended for a boss on bunch of {{Mook}}s while yelling at them (actually suprising surprising Gaea) because he needed to blow off steam.



* RageBreakingPoint: [[spoiler:At the end of season 4: after years of taking care of the "Noob" Guild, having to deal with Sparadrap's incompetence, Omega Zell's misoginy and opportunism, and Gaea's cupidity, and after enduring Master Zen's manipulations and in real life kidnapping, Arthéon completly ''snaps'' after he was more or less left at the in-game altar by the one girl he fell in love with. See UnstoppableRage for the consequences.]]

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* RageBreakingPoint: [[spoiler:At the end of season 4: after years of taking care of the "Noob" Guild, having to deal with Sparadrap's incompetence, Omega Zell's misoginy misogyny and opportunism, and Gaea's cupidity, and after enduring Master Zen's manipulations and in real life kidnapping, Arthéon completly completely ''snaps'' after he was more or less left at the in-game altar by the one girl he fell in love with. See UnstoppableRage for the consequences.]]



** When he tells about Tenshirock whiping out his former guild's accounts, he mentions that some players "killed themselves or worse, stopped playing ''Horizon''".
** After getting kidnapped and detained in a garage for a whole week and manging to escape, the first thing he does is go back on ''Horizon''. Somewhat falls into ThisIsNoTimeForKnitting in that case since Master Zen [[JustInTime was just about to get Judge Dead to give the Noob guild's leadership back to him under the pretense that Arthéon hadn't shown up in a week]].

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** When he tells about Tenshirock whiping wiping out his former guild's accounts, he mentions that some players "killed themselves or worse, stopped playing ''Horizon''".
** After getting kidnapped and detained in a garage for a whole week and manging managing to escape, the first thing he does is go back on ''Horizon''. Somewhat falls into ThisIsNoTimeForKnitting in that case since Master Zen [[JustInTime was just about to get Judge Dead to give the Noob guild's leadership back to him under the pretense that Arthéon hadn't shown up in a week]].



** While the name of his former guild is still unknown and the existence of Justice has been revealed by Omega Zell, Arthéon gets asked by him to send a message to one of his old friends that has information they need :

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** While the name of his former guild is still unknown and the existence of Justice has been revealed by Omega Zell, Arthéon gets asked by him to send a message to one of his old friends that has information they need :need:



** And in Season 4 finale :

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** And in Season 4 finale :finale:



->Class : Assassin
->Guild position : DPS / Self proclaimed ace
->Real life name : Morgan Lavande

-->Played by : Julien Guellerin

Reporter for a GirlShowGhetto channel by day, Olydri's most sexist and egocentric assassin by night, his dream is to join Justice guild and be good enough to beat Fantöm. The main obstacles on his way as far as he's concerned ? The presence of a Noob and a girl (later three of them) that drags his guild's level down and his tendency to get in embarassing situations while trying to be well seen by his ideal colleagues... or just because Tenshirock needs a lab rat.

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->Class : ->Class: Assassin
->Guild position : position: DPS / Self proclaimed ace
->Real life name : name: Morgan Lavande

-->Played by : by: Julien Guellerin

Reporter for a GirlShowGhetto channel by day, Olydri's most sexist and egocentric assassin by night, his dream is to join Justice guild and be good enough to beat Fantöm. The main obstacles on his way as far as he's concerned ? concerned? The presence of a Noob and a girl (later three of them) that drags his guild's level down and his tendency to get in embarassing into embarrassing situations while trying to be well seen liked by his ideal colleagues... or just because Tenshirock needs a lab rat.



* AmbiguouslyGay: There's his job, his name, but also his real life behavior, especially his food choices (biological salads according to the first novel). Add Tenshirock who likes punishing him by blocking his avatar in dancing mode and Gaea's insinuations that his hero worship of Fantöm is acutally a CelebCrush. He also sides with Sparadrap when he gives liking the way his clothes look as a reason for not changing them (to something with better stats) in a long time. His sister added an extra layer by mentioning he took classical dancing when he was nine.

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* AmbiguouslyGay: There's his job, his name, but also his real life behavior, especially his food choices (biological salads according to the first novel). Add Tenshirock who likes punishing him by blocking his avatar in dancing mode and Gaea's insinuations that his hero worship of Fantöm is acutally actually a CelebCrush. He also sides with Sparadrap when he gives liking the way his clothes look as a reason for not changing them (to something with better stats) in a long time. His sister added an extra layer by mentioning he took classical dancing when he was nine.



* BerserkButton: According to th first novel, the best way to make him angry is to adress letters meant for him to "Mrs. Morgane Lavande". The thing may get torn into too many pieces to be readable.

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* BerserkButton: According to th the first novel, the best way to make him angry is to adress address letters meant for him to "Mrs. Morgane Lavande". The thing may get torn into too many pieces to be readable.



* CultureBlind: Despite being TheTeamWannabe to Justice, he was several times shown to know very little about the requirements to join them aside from reaching level 100. To add insult to injury, ''Gaea'' seems to know more about these requirments than he does.

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* CultureBlind: Despite being TheTeamWannabe to Justice, he was several times shown to know very little about the requirements to join them aside from reaching level 100. To add insult to injury, ''Gaea'' seems to know more about these requirments requirements than he does.



* DreamSequence: The first has him winning a duel against Fantöm... using powers an assassin can't possibly have. The second one has him confronting Tenshirock after being given the combined powers of Fantöm and Judge Dead and asking him to put an end to what he assumes to be his current "getting people off MMORPG" plan : having girls start playing them.

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* DreamSequence: The first has him winning a duel against Fantöm... using powers an assassin can't possibly have. The second one has him confronting Tenshirock after being given the combined powers of Fantöm and Judge Dead and asking him to put an end to what he assumes to be his current "getting people off MMORPG" plan : plan: having girls start playing them.



* SourSupporter: He pretends to be an enthuiastic feminist around his coworkers and in front of his boss.

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* SourSupporter: He pretends to be an enthuiastic enthusiastic feminist around his coworkers and in front of his boss.



* WhamLine : In Season 4 premiere :

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* WhamLine : WhamLine: In the Season 4 premiere :premiere:



** [[spoiler: It turns out Arthéon only made him interim first officer, which that enables him to manage the guild in his absence, but some Master-only actions are not allowed, such us kicking people out. And he did it mostly because Omega Zell had been pestering him about it for a while.]]
* YaoiGuys: With Fantöm, in [[YaoiFangirl Gaea's]] imagination

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** [[spoiler: It turns out Arthéon only made him interim first officer, which that enables him to manage the guild in his absence, but some Master-only actions are not allowed, such us as kicking people out. And he did it mostly because Omega Zell had been pestering him about it for a while.]]
* YaoiGuys: With Fantöm, in [[YaoiFangirl Gaea's]] imagination imagination.



->Reroll : Spärädräp, warrior
->Guild position : Healer / Self-appointed recruiter (Sparadrap), back-up tank (Spärädräp)
->Real life name : Kevin Lepape


-->Played by : Frédéric Zolfanelli

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->Reroll : ->Reroll: Spärädräp, warrior
->Guild position : position: Healer / Self-appointed recruiter (Sparadrap), back-up tank (Spärädräp)
->Real life name : name: Kevin Lepape


-->Played by : by: Frédéric Zolfanelli



* CatchPhrase: "Do you want to join my guild ?".

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* CatchPhrase: "Do you want to join my guild ?".guild?"



* MissingMom: His mother is quite conspiciusly absent from his ramblings about his family and conversations with his brother.

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* MissingMom: His mother is quite conspiciusly conspicuously absent from his ramblings about his family and conversations with his brother.



* {{Noob}}: Duh.[[spoiler: Even after he reaches level 100]]

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* {{Noob}}: Duh.[[spoiler: Even after he reaches level 100]]100.]]



* RaisedByGrandparents: He often mentions his grandmother and his dad (who dosen't live with them according to the second novel), but never his mother, implying that she's [[MissingMom missing]].

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* RaisedByGrandparents: He often mentions his grandmother and his dad (who dosen't doesn't live with them according to the second novel), but never his mother, implying that she's [[MissingMom missing]].



** He also does suprisingly well when he ends up on his own with no other company than [[NonPlayerCharacter Saryahblööd]] in the second novel. When short on time (albeit partly by his own fault), he states out loud a string of key words likely to make [[spoiler:Sin]] react rather than trying to have a real conversation with him.

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** He also does suprisingly surprisingly well when he ends up on his own with no other company than [[NonPlayerCharacter Saryahblööd]] in the second novel. When short on time (albeit partly by his own fault), he states out loud a string of key words likely to make [[spoiler:Sin]] react rather than trying to have a real conversation with him.



->Class : Elementalist (affliated primarily to water, secondarily to earth)
->Guild position : Second healer
->Real life name : Angélique Fleur

-->Played by : Manon Morand

A teenage beauty queen who pretty much fufills Omega Zell's idea of female video game players. The second Noob of the guild while not having it as bad as Sparadrap, her main flaw is a mild case of AttentionDeficitOohShiny that accompanies her frequent girl talk. Combat wise, she's much better at aiming than Sparadrap, but also shows up much less often than him.

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->Class : ->Class: Elementalist (affliated primarily to water, secondarily to earth)
->Guild position : position: Second healer
->Real life name : name: Angélique Fleur

-->Played by : by: Manon Morand

A teenage beauty queen who pretty much fufills fulfills Omega Zell's idea of female video game players. The second Noob of the guild while not having it as bad as Sparadrap, her main flaw is a mild case of AttentionDeficitOohShiny that accompanies her frequent girl talk. Combat wise, she's much better at aiming than Sparadrap, but also shows up much less often than him.



** She started out as one for Sparadrap and it stuck a little longer in the comics and novels than in the series. Even if DivergentCharacterEvolution took place personnality-wise, she keeps quite a few common features with him : healer that seldom switches to tank, questionable talent for said healing, a naive yet charming personality, great real-life success in a highly competitive domain, enough of a {{Noob}} to be part of Tenshirock's Season 2 plan, only other member of the guild given a pet in the comic... even her outfit colors somewhat match Sparadrap's starting Season 4.

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** She started out as one for Sparadrap and it stuck a little longer in the comics and novels than in the series. Even if DivergentCharacterEvolution took place personnality-wise, she keeps shares quite a few common features with him : him: healer that seldom switches to tank, questionable talent for said healing, a naive yet charming personality, great real-life success in a highly competitive domain, enough of a {{Noob}} to be part of Tenshirock's Season 2 plan, only other member of the guild given a pet in the comic... even her outfit colors somewhat match Sparadrap's starting Season 4.



->Class : Neomancer (used to be translated as neogician)
->Guild position : Second nuker / Distance DPS
->Real Life Name : Fanny Blanchet

-->Played by : Johanna Fournier

SleepyHead by excellence, she frequently loses track of what happens in the game. ''Very'' laid back and puts both her gunslinger and bomb builder talents in good use when awake. She's frequently the one who fills in the rest of the guild on game features and facts that they encounter for the first time, making her the ''Horizon'' expert in Arthéon's absence.

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->Class : ->Class: Neomancer (used to be translated as neogician)
->Guild position : position: Second nuker / Distance DPS
->Real Life Name : Name: Fanny Blanchet

-->Played by : by: Johanna Fournier

SleepyHead by par excellence, she frequently loses track of what happens in the game. ''Very'' laid back and puts both her gunslinger and bomb builder talents in good use when awake. She's frequently the one who fills in the rest of the guild on game features and facts that they encounter for the first time, making her the ''Horizon'' expert in Arthéon's absence.



* InformedFlaw: Happened twice. Upon her introduction, Arthéon mentioned she didn't show up much. However, aside from the three first episodes of Season 3 during which only novel readers would know she's supposed to be part of the guild, she ended up being present so often that she functionnally became a full-time member of the guild while Couette and Golgotha were both seen less frequently than her. In Season 4, Gaea mentions that she's sleeping even more than before because she stopped taking her narcolepsy medication ; she's not seen falling asleep much more on screen, but it happenning off screen is supposed to be the reason the guild breaks its record of failed quests during that Season 4.
** Her tendency to not show up briefly became relevant in Season 4, where she was absent during the whole Dungeon of Chaos arc and the two first thirds of the finale.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: When she judges a situation desperate enough, she may decide to leave the scene before the thought even crosses ''Gaea's'' mind. One of her webseries lines that ended up on other official material can be paraphrased as "Oh, looks like we're going to be harassed by player killers. I'm going to the movie theater, see you guys in two or three hours.".

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* InformedFlaw: Happened twice. Upon her introduction, Arthéon mentioned she didn't show up much. However, aside from the three first episodes of Season 3 during which only novel readers would know she's supposed to be part of the guild, she ended up being present so often that she functionnally became a full-time member of the guild while Couette and Golgotha were both seen less frequently than her. In Season 4, Gaea mentions that she's sleeping even more than before because she stopped taking her narcolepsy medication ; medication; she's not seen falling asleep much more on screen, but it happenning happening off screen is supposed to be the reason the guild breaks its record of failed quests during that Season 4.
** Her tendency to not show up briefly became relevant in Season 4, where she was absent during the whole Dungeon of Chaos arc and the two first thirds two-thirds of the finale.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: When she judges a situation desperate enough, she may decide to leave the scene before the thought even crosses ''Gaea's'' mind. One of her webseries lines that ended up on other official material can be paraphrased as "Oh, looks like we're going to be harassed by player killers. I'm going to the movie theater, see you guys in two or three hours."."



->Class : Mage
->Guild position : Former nuker[=/=]Guild Master

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->Class : ->Class: Mage
->Guild position : position: Former nuker[=/=]Guild Master



-->Played by : Lionel Tagliavini

The {{Hair Trigger Temper}}ed Noob guild founder and former master who ended up in jail after an appliance defenestration gone horribly wrong. He eventually escapes only to get the guild back, then to make its member's life hell when it fails.

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-->Played by : by: Lionel Tagliavini

The {{Hair Trigger Temper}}ed Noob guild founder and former master who ended up in jail after an appliance defenestration gone went horribly wrong. He eventually escapes only to get the guild back, then to make its member's life members' lives hell when it fails.



* TheChessmaster: [[spoiler:Subverted in the Season 2 finale. When he shows up, Arthéon assumes he was this. Master Zen, however, immediatly admits he ''hasn't'' planned everything from the beginning ; he just happened to be spying on them and had the idea of calling Judge Dead on the fact they had an illegal item on the spot.]]
* DisproportionateRetribution: Granted, one can't blame him for hating Sparadrap (even if it wasn't intentionnal, Sparadrap ''did'' cause him to accidentally commit murder and go to jail). On the other hand, kidnapping Arthéon and trying to get all the guild banned merely because they didn't want him to take his Guild Master title back seems a bit overreacting.

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* TheChessmaster: [[spoiler:Subverted in the Season 2 finale. When he shows up, Arthéon assumes he was this. Master Zen, however, immediatly immediately admits he ''hasn't'' planned everything from the beginning ; beginning; he just happened to be spying on them and had the idea of calling Judge Dead on the fact they had an illegal item on the spot.]]
* DisproportionateRetribution: Granted, one can't blame him for hating Sparadrap (even if it wasn't intentionnal, intentional, Sparadrap ''did'' cause him to accidentally commit murder and go to jail). On the other hand, kidnapping Arthéon and trying to get all the guild banned merely because they didn't want him to take his Guild Master title back seems a bit overreacting.



->Class : Berserker
->Guild position : Second tank

-->Played by : Floria Noel

Hired to replace Arthéon in Season 3, she disappears after events of the Wham episode. She eventually reappears [[spoiler: as an Order cartomancer, which was her real character all along ; check second Walking Spoiler of Relic Hunter guild for her permanent incarnation]].

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->Class : ->Class: Berserker
->Guild position : position: Second tank

-->Played by : by: Floria Noel

Hired to replace Arthéon in Season 3, she disappears after events of the Wham episode. She eventually reappears [[spoiler: as an Order cartomancer, which was her real character all along ; along; check second Walking Spoiler of Relic Hunter guild for her permanent incarnation]].



->Class : Archer

-->Played by : Marcus

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->Class : ->Class: Archer

-->Played by : by: Marcus



->Class : Elementalist

-->Played by : Fabien Fournier

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->Class : ->Class: Elementalist

-->Played by : by: Fabien Fournier



* TemporarySubstitute: During that period, his situation was strangely close to Arthéon's : Tank, former level 100 Justice guild member, back to level 1 because of cheating, most experienced player of the guild, joined due to a lack of options. He showed up right when Arthéon was having exams and was temporarily going from playing an hour per day to not playing at all. The "replacing a character whose actor isn't available" aspect is somewhat present, given that the "Arthéon in boarding school" plotline exists because the actor playing him moved far away enough to be less available than in the two first seasons. The only difference is that Fantöm didn't appear just to replace him.

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* TemporarySubstitute: During that period, his situation was strangely close to Arthéon's : Arthéon's: Tank, former level 100 Justice guild member, back to level 1 because of cheating, most experienced player of the guild, joined due to a lack of options. He showed up right when Arthéon was having exams and was temporarily going from playing an hour per day to not playing at all. The "replacing a character whose actor isn't available" aspect is somewhat present, given that the "Arthéon in boarding school" plotline exists because the actor playing him moved far away enough to be less available than in the two first seasons. The only difference is that Fantöm didn't appear just to replace him.



->Class : Twilight Warrior
->Guild position : Tank / Ace
->Real life name : Max Middle

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->Class : ->Class: Twilight Warrior
->Guild position : position: Tank / Ace
->Real life name : name: Max Middle



* TheNotLoveInterest: To Omega Zell, who tends to act like someone with a CelebCrush around him. Omega Zell stated to have chosen to be a CelibateHero to explain his lack of interest in relationships (with women at least) in Season 4, but Gaea's YaoiFangirl antiques mixed with a drive to humiliate him have made the waters ''really'' muddy prior to this. There's also Spectre's general WorthyOpponent attitude towards him.
* TheQuietOne: He doesn't speak much, and his "I see" VerbalTic seems to has developped as a way to tell people "Yes, I heard what you told me, but I have nothing special to say about it".

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* TheNotLoveInterest: To Omega Zell, who tends to act like someone with a CelebCrush around him. Omega Zell is stated to have chosen to be a CelibateHero to explain his lack of interest in relationships (with women at least) in Season 4, but Gaea's YaoiFangirl antiques mixed with a drive to humiliate him have made the waters ''really'' muddy prior to this. There's also Spectre's general WorthyOpponent attitude towards him.
* TheQuietOne: He doesn't speak much, and his "I see" VerbalTic seems to has developped have developed as a way to tell people "Yes, I heard what you told me, but I have nothing special to say about it".



* UnPerson:[[spoiler: How Judge Dead deals with the public discovery of the enhancements given to him behind his back. He not only actually erases his avatar (the biggest punishment is usally permanent ban that keeps the avatar from being used but still in existence), but also erases any trace of what he ever accomplished. In a nutshell, players will remember he existed, but from the game's point of view, Judge Dead puts it quite well : "The famous Fantöm no longer exists. He has never existed.".]]

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* UnPerson:[[spoiler: How Judge Dead deals with the public discovery of the enhancements given to him behind his back. He not only actually erases his avatar (the biggest punishment is usally permanent ban that keeps the avatar from being used but still in existence), but also erases any trace of what he ever accomplished. In a nutshell, players will remember he existed, but from the game's point of view, Judge Dead puts it quite well : well: "The famous Fantöm no longer exists. He has never existed.".]]"]]



** Another in Season 5 finale, in the midst of his battle against Spectre and Amaras :

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** Another in Season 5 finale, in the midst of his battle against Spectre and Amaras :Amaras:



'''Amaras:''' What ?\\

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'''Amaras:''' What ?\\What?\\



->Guild position : Preemtive healer / Buffer / Admissions
->Real life name : Eléna Pénélope Gonagal

-->Played by : Amandine Train

In charge of the Justice guild's admissions, she will only let the very best join, going up to bashing anyone who dares to apply without fitting her criteria. She has a general disdain for low-level players and considers Arthéon starting again from level 1 as a cruel punishment. Her helpful side tends to show up only when her teammates are in danger.

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->Guild position : Preemtive position: Preemptive healer / Buffer / Admissions
->Real life name : name: Eléna Pénélope Gonagal

-->Played by : by: Amandine Train

In charge of the Justice guild's admissions, she will only let the very best join, going up to as far as bashing anyone who dares to apply without fitting her criteria. She has a general disdain for low-level players and considers Arthéon starting again from level 1 as a cruel punishment. Her helpful side tends to show up only when her teammates are in danger.



->Reroll : Ystös, assassin (Noob guild)
->Guild position : Healer (Classic) (Ystos; Justice) and DPS (Ystös; Noob)
->Real life name : Thomas [[spoiler:Lepape]]

-->Played by : Matthieu Zecchini

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->Reroll : ->Reroll: Ystös, assassin (Noob guild)
->Guild position : position: Healer (Classic) (Ystos; Justice) and DPS (Ystös; Noob)
->Real life name : name: Thomas [[spoiler:Lepape]]

-->Played by : by: Matthieu Zecchini



* FacePalm: In Season 2 premiere, [[spoiler:upon seeing Sparadrap convinced that ''Horizon 1.1'' installed itself on their home computer on its own, right after kicking him off it under pretense that he doesn't know how to play]].

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* FacePalm: In Season 2 premiere, [[spoiler:upon seeing Sparadrap convinced that ''Horizon 1.1'' installed itself on their home computer on its own, right after kicking him off it under the pretense that he doesn't know how to play]].



->Guild position : Nuker / Guild Master
->Real life name : Stéphane Agenthomme

-->Played by : Benjamin Masnières

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->Guild position : position: Nuker / Guild Master
->Real life name : name: Stéphane Agenthomme

-->Played by : by: Benjamin Masnières



* BlackMage : Literal during Season 2 and in the openings.

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* BlackMage : BlackMage: Literal during Season 2 and in the openings.



** The act may have been a least partly reason-oriented : according to the novels, Fantöm was in another guild than Justice during his time as an assassin, but eventually left it because its members had no regards for his wishes (the leader notably wouldn't let him get the Twilight warrior class if the opportunity came). Not letting Fantöm pay his debt may hence be akin to getting on his bad side. And in a way, Heimdäl owes [[spoiler:the Noob guild]] also for [[spoiler:their part in Fantöm's return in Justice]]. He could have been invoking his sense of honor just to avoid a long explanation in an already slow-paced episode.

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** The act may have been a at least partly reason-oriented : reason-oriented: according to the novels, Fantöm was in another guild than Justice during his time as an assassin, but eventually left it because its members had no regards regard for his wishes (the leader notably wouldn't let him get the Twilight warrior class if the opportunity came). Not letting Fantöm pay his debt may hence therefore be akin to getting on his bad side. And in a way, Heimdäl owes [[spoiler:the Noob guild]] also for [[spoiler:their part in Fantöm's return in Justice]]. He could have been invoking his sense of honor just to avoid a long explanation in an already slow-paced episode.



->Real life name : Castorga

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->Real life name : name: Castorga



->Guild position : DPS

-->Played by : Julien Guellerin

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->Guild position : position: DPS

-->Played by : by: Julien Guellerin



* TheLoad: Played with depending on the storyline :
** In the webseries, Saphir's words right after reluctantly letting him into the guild say it all : "You know having him with us will lower our statistics, right?". He proves to be at least a little bit useful in the Dungeon of Chaos arc.

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* TheLoad: Played with depending on the storyline :
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** In the webseries, Saphir's words right after reluctantly letting him into the guild say it all : all: "You know having him with us will lower our statistics, right?". right?" He proves to be at least a little bit useful in the Dungeon of Chaos arc.



* SoreLoser: [[spoiler:How could he take losing to Gaea well ?]]

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* SoreLoser: [[spoiler:How could he take losing to Gaea well ?]]well?]]



->Real life name : Anna Gonagal

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->Real life name : name: Anna Gonagal



->Real life name : Linda [[spoiler:Gonagal]]

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->Real life name : name: Linda [[spoiler:Gonagal]]



* DecompositeCharacter: She's absent from most of Season 5 in the webseries, so her role in helping Fantöm with Spectre is divided among other players that knew Spectre's Coalition incarnation : Heimdäl, [[spoiler:Ash and Tenshirock]]. Saphir can be added to the list, as Mist is the one who [[spoiler:fills in for Fantöm]] instead of her in the comic version.

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* DecompositeCharacter: She's absent from most of Season 5 in the webseries, so her role in helping Fantöm with Spectre is divided among other players that knew Spectre's Coalition incarnation : incarnation: Heimdäl, [[spoiler:Ash and Tenshirock]]. Saphir can be added to the list, as Mist is the one who [[spoiler:fills in for Fantöm]] instead of her in the comic version.



* TheGhost: There isn't even an actor casted for her yet, limiting her late Season 5 and first movie appearances to people talking about her.

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* TheGhost: There isn't even an actor casted cast for her yet, limiting her late Season 5 and first movie appearances to people talking about her.



->Class : Warrior
->Real life name : Catherine Mourru

-->Played by : Amandine Tagliavini

A mercenary and Gaea's childhood friend who's mainly interested in the game's killing enemies aspect. Fifth (up to eigth with Ivy, Couette and non-overlapping temporary members) member of the Noob guild at heart, she frequently joins the party for free, sometimes without being asked, to be able to spend time with Gaea and other members to whom she's warmed up.

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->Class : ->Class: Warrior
->Real life name : name: Catherine Mourru

-->Played by : by: Amandine Tagliavini

A mercenary and Gaea's childhood friend who's mainly interested in the game's killing enemies aspect. Fifth (up to eigth eighth with Ivy, Couette and non-overlapping temporary members) member of the Noob guild at heart, she frequently joins the party for free, sometimes without being asked, to be able to spend time with Gaea and other members to whom she's warmed up.



* [[DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength Does Not Know Her Own Strength]]: In the two visual media, her friendly gestures towards Gaea seem to [[SmackOnTheBack genuinely harm the latter]]. Gaea lampshaded it in the comic, with such lines as "you almost killed me just saying 'hi'" and "she would have probably killed me for real if she weren't canalizing her energy in video games.".

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* [[DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength Does Not Know Her Own Strength]]: In the two visual media, her friendly gestures towards Gaea seem to [[SmackOnTheBack genuinely harm the latter]]. Gaea lampshaded it in the comic, with such lines as "you almost killed me just saying 'hi'" and "she would have probably killed me for real if she weren't canalizing channeling her energy in into video games."."



->Class : Assassin
->Real life name : Camille Lavande

-->Played by : Audrey Garotte

Omega Zell's sister who took over one of his old CrossPlaying attempts and seems to get along with Gaea quite well. Has so far only appeared in Season 3's triple length finale and the episode right before it.

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->Class : ->Class: Assassin
->Real life name : name: Camille Lavande

-->Played by : by: Audrey Garotte

Omega Zell's sister who took over one of his old CrossPlaying attempts and seems to get along with Gaea quite well. Has so far only appeared in Season 3's triple length triple-length finale and the episode right before it.



* [[RememberTheNewGuy Remember The New Girl]]: Doesn't get any appearance or mention in portions of the comics and novels in which Omega Zell's family life is touched upon. Averted in the ''Le Blog de Gaea'' comic, where Camille in briefly seen.

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* [[RememberTheNewGuy Remember The New Girl]]: Doesn't get any appearance or mention in portions of the comics and novels in which Omega Zell's family life is touched upon. Averted in the ''Le Blog de Gaea'' comic, where Camille in is briefly seen.



->Real life name : Nadir Rafale

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->Real life name : name: Nadir Rafale



->Class : Twilight Warrior
->Guild position : Tank / Guild Master

-->Played by : Mikael Berthet

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->Class : ->Class: Twilight Warrior
->Guild position : position: Tank / Guild Master

-->Played by : by: Mikael Berthet



->Class : Assassin
->Guild position : DPS (team Amaras) / Guild Master (unseen Howling Shadow guild)

-->Played by : Jacky Fasel

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->Class : ->Class: Assassin
->Guild position : position: DPS (team Amaras) / Guild Master (unseen Howling Shadow guild)

-->Played by : by: Jacky Fasel



->Class : Druid
->Guild position : Healer (team Amaras) / Guild Master (unseen Dead Wood guild)

-->Played by : Florian Beaume

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->Class : ->Class: Druid
->Guild position : position: Healer (team Amaras) / Guild Master (unseen Dead Wood guild)

-->Played by : by: Florian Beaume



* DroppingTheBombshell: When he, Roxana and Decklan decide to confront the Justice main roster about [[spoiler:Fantöm being cheated]] in the webseries version, they start off with a YouKnowWhatYouDid-like speech. At this point, the audience knows that Amaras discovered something that made him furious and nothing more. Since the Justice main roster is LockedOutOfTheLoop on the subject, their response is basically "What the hell are you guys talking about ?". Battos is the one who let Justice know that the conversation wasn't pure taunting by uttering verbatim "Strange, they don't seem to know.".
* TheRoleplayer: He turns out to have at least a smudge of it in the first movie, by preferring having messengers bring him news rather than using the guild chatroom.

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* DroppingTheBombshell: When he, Roxana and Decklan decide to confront the Justice main roster about [[spoiler:Fantöm being cheated]] in the webseries version, they start off with a YouKnowWhatYouDid-like speech. At this point, the audience knows that Amaras discovered something that made him furious and nothing more. Since the Justice main roster is LockedOutOfTheLoop on the subject, their response is basically "What the hell are you guys talking about ?". about?" Battos is the one who let Justice know that the conversation wasn't pure taunting by uttering verbatim "Strange, they don't seem to know.".
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* TheRoleplayer: He turns out to have at least a smudge smidge of it in the first movie, by preferring having to have messengers bring him news rather than using the guild chatroom.



->Class : Warrior

-->Played by : Guillaume Durand

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->Class : ->Class: Warrior

-->Played by : by: Guillaume Durand



->Class : Elementalist (affiliated primarly to fire, secondarily to water)
->Guild position : Nuker (team Amaras) / Guild Master (Player Killer Guild)

-->Played by : Laure Mattei

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->Class : ->Class: Elementalist (affiliated primarly to fire, secondarily to water)
->Guild position : position: Nuker (team Amaras) / Guild Master (Player Killer Guild)

-->Played by : by: Laure Mattei



->Real life name : Antoine Gibbs

-->Played by : Rodolphe Toucas

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->Real life name : name: Antoine Gibbs

-->Played by : by: Rodolphe Toucas



->Class : Mage

-->Played by : Xavier Picchi

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->Class : ->Class: Mage

-->Played by : by: Xavier Picchi



-->Played by : Yves Jarnet

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-->Played by : by: Yves Jarnet



* BadassGrandpa: Supplementary material hints that he's bouncing in and out of the end of the top ten player list.

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* BadassGrandpa: Supplementary material hints that he's bouncing he bounces in and out of the end of the top ten player list.



->Real life name : Hector Cow
->Class : Assassin (novel 4) or warrior (Season 5 equipment)

-->Played by : Serwan Melk

The player who frequently shows up to (quite inefficiently) help Gaea in early Season 4. According to the ''Le Blog de Gaea'' comic, his player is part of Gabirelle's close circle as well.

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->Real life name : name: Hector Cow
->Class : ->Class: Assassin (novel 4) or warrior (Season 5 equipment)

-->Played by : by: Serwan Melk

The player who frequently shows up to (quite inefficiently) help Gaea in early Season 4. According to the ''Le Blog de Gaea'' comic, his player is part of Gabirelle's Gabrielle's close circle as well.



[[folder:Other proeminent member (Spoilers)]]

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[[folder:Other proeminent member prominent members (Spoilers)]]



->Class : Summoner
->Guild position : Guild Master

-->Played by : Anne-Laure Jarnet

After a too big reputation deficit made her lose her Empire affiliation, she decided to join the guild and made the Coalition her new faction in the process. The Coalition ends up being the faction in which she excecutes the plan for which she has been saving credits for most of the webseries.

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->Class : ->Class: Summoner
->Guild position : position: Guild Master

-->Played by : by: Anne-Laure Jarnet

After a too big reputation deficit made her lose her Empire affiliation, she decided to join the guild and made the Coalition her new faction in the process. The Coalition ends up being the faction in which she excecutes the plan for which she has been saving credits for most of the webseries.



->Real life name : Definitely ''not'' something Chinese

-->Played by : Phanat Pak

The clearly asian gold famer from whom Arthéon bought credits before being banned and an old friend of Tenshirock, whose plans he somethimes has trouble understanding. When called a "Chinese farmer" (litteral meaning of the French equivalent to "gold farmer"), [[ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne he takes offense to the "chinese" part]], because he isn't actually Chinese.

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->Real life name : name: Definitely ''not'' something Chinese

-->Played by : by: Phanat Pak

The clearly asian Asian gold famer from whom Arthéon bought credits before being banned and an old friend of Tenshirock, whose plans he somethimes has trouble understanding. When called a "Chinese farmer" (litteral (literal meaning of the French equivalent to "gold farmer"), [[ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne he takes offense to the "chinese" "Chinese" part]], because he isn't actually Chinese.



->Class : Mage
->Guild position : Nuker / Guild Master

-->Played by : Lionel Tagliavini

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->Class : ->Class: Mage
->Guild position : position: Nuker / Guild Master

-->Played by : by: Lionel Tagliavini



->Class : Cartomancer

-->Played by : Floria Noel

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->Class : ->Class: Cartomancer

-->Played by : by: Floria Noel



->Class : Druid
->Guild position : Healer

-->Played by : Alexia Sireuille

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->Class : ->Class: Druid
->Guild position : position: Healer

-->Played by : by: Alexia Sireuille



->Class : Warrior
->Real life name : Valentin

-->Played by : Nicolas Curty

A CasanovaWannabe who was roomates with the guild's leader at some point and has taken a certain interest in Ivy. Also member with the less screentime.

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->Class : ->Class: Warrior
->Real life name : name: Valentin

-->Played by : by: Nicolas Curty

A CasanovaWannabe who was roomates roommates with the guild's leader at some point and has taken a certain interest in Ivy. Also member with the less screentime.



* BeCarefulWhatYouSay: Trying to pick up the series GadgeteerGenius by telling her she must be a bomb in real life : [[TemptingFate Bad idea]].

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* BeCarefulWhatYouSay: Trying to pick up the series GadgeteerGenius by telling her she must be a bomb in real life : life: [[TemptingFate Bad idea]].



* TheLoad: Hinted to be this to the guild, due to constantly trying to pick up female players and [[spoiler:being the only member capable of making Master Zen angry on a daily basis]], possibly making him Relic Hunter's equivalent to Sparadrap. Intertingly, a couple of incidents imply that the latter lacks some knowledge in the matters of love.

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* TheLoad: Hinted to be this to the guild, due to constantly trying to pick up female players and [[spoiler:being the only member capable of making Master Zen angry on a daily basis]], possibly making him Relic Hunter's equivalent to Sparadrap. Intertingly, Interestingly, a couple of incidents imply that the latter lacks some knowledge in the matters of love.



->Class : Necromancer of the Eternal

-->Played by : Patrice Blanc

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->Class : ->Class: Necromancer of the Eternal

-->Played by : by: Patrice Blanc



* ChekhovMIA: In the novels : mentioned in the second, showed up the third.
* CooperationGambit : [[spoiler: When Fantöm signlehandedly beat the Source of Chaos for the second time, he owed his survival to a recently added explosion only to Spectre's help. The explantation given was that he couldn't stand to se him fail so close to his goal. The third novel reveals he was secretly filming Fantöm's progression to be able to show the public that he really is a good player and make his future victory against him even more spectacular]].

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* ChekhovMIA: In the novels : novels: mentioned in the second, showed up the third.
* CooperationGambit : CooperationGambit: [[spoiler: When Fantöm signlehandedly beat the Source of Chaos for the second time, he owed his survival to a recently added explosion only to Spectre's help. The explantation given was that he couldn't stand to se him fail so close to his goal. The third novel reveals he was secretly filming Fantöm's progression to be able to show the public that he really is a good player and make his future victory against him even more spectacular]].



->Class : Druid

-->Played by : Laura Fondacci

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->Class : ->Class: Druid

-->Played by : by: Laura Fondacci



->Real life name : Théodore Saquebien

-->Played by : Lucas Robert (for portrayal of Théodore and all versions of Dead)

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->Real life name : name: Théodore Saquebien

-->Played by : by: Lucas Robert (for portrayal of Théodore and all versions of Dead)



* ByTheBookCop: His judgement of player's actions is based on a simple dichotomy : whether they respect the game chart or not. It leads to hilarious situations such as letting Golgotha insult Master Zen because the name she calls him isn't a chart-recognized insult. This is subverted in the overall story given the presence of SecretKeeper a little further down.

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* ByTheBookCop: His judgement of player's actions is based on a simple dichotomy : dichotomy: whether they respect the game chart or not. It leads to hilarious situations such as letting Golgotha insult Master Zen because the name she calls him isn't a chart-recognized insult. This is subverted in the overall story given the presence of SecretKeeper a little further down.



->Real life name : [[spoiler:Philippe Saquebien]]

-->Played by : Pierre-André Grasseler

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->Real life name : name: [[spoiler:Philippe Saquebien]]

-->Played by : by: Pierre-André Grasseler



** This is restricted to Gaea in the comic and their business partnership is a suprise to the rest of the guild. The fact that Tenshirock has done them no harm so far is due to the fact that Gaea negociated a immunity for everyone except Omega Zell.

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** This is restricted to Gaea in the comic and their business partnership is a suprise surprise to the rest of the guild. The fact that Tenshirock has done them no harm so far is due to the fact that Gaea negociated a immunity for everyone except Omega Zell.



-->Played by : Fabien Peres

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-->Played by : by: Fabien Peres



--> Played by : Jonathan Fourcade

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--> Played by : by: Jonathan Fourcade



-->Played by : Stéphane Beretti

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-->Played by : by: Stéphane Beretti



* SuperStoicShopkeeper: A variation is seen in the comic. His reaction to having a stuffed monster resurrected in his shop and said monster attacking his customers ? Trying to sell the customers healing items. When Omega Zell points it out, his aswer is that [[NoodleIncident he already sold to worse]].

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* SuperStoicShopkeeper: A variation is seen in the comic. His reaction to having a stuffed monster resurrected in his shop and said monster attacking his customers ? customers? Trying to sell the customers healing items. When Omega Zell points it out, his aswer is that [[NoodleIncident he already sold to worse]].



-->Played by : Philippe Cardona (Batémulius) and Florence Torta (Nostariat)

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-->Played by : by: Philippe Cardona (Batémulius) and Florence Torta (Nostariat)



-->Played by : Carmen N'Guyen

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-->Played by : by: Carmen N'Guyen



** He seems set on destroying Olydri and the total war that started in Season 4 finale is part of it according to the third novel. In the meantime, how about a HopelessBossFight or two and giving some players powerful new armour ?

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** He seems set on destroying Olydri and the total war that started in Season 4 finale is part of it according to the third novel. In the meantime, how about a HopelessBossFight or two and giving some players powerful new armour ?armour?



-->Played by : Brice Lemaire

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-->Played by : by: Brice Lemaire



* PunnyName: His last name is a homophone of "C'est par où ?" an informal way of saying "Which way is it ?" in French.

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* PunnyName: His last name is a homophone of "C'est par où ?" où?" an informal way of saying "Which way is it ?" it?" in French.



* BitchInSheepsClothing: Over the course of the second novel, the impression he gives shifts from "Poor guy, his students let the Coalition capture him so they could escape" to "Oh, ''this'' is where Bartémulius and Nostariat got that attitude of theirs.".

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* BitchInSheepsClothing: Over the course of the second novel, the impression he gives shifts from "Poor guy, his students let the Coalition capture him so they could escape" to "Oh, ''this'' is where Bartémulius and Nostariat got that attitude of theirs."."



-->Played by : Anne-Laure Jarnet

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-->Played by : by: Anne-Laure Jarnet



-->Played by : Benjamin Masnières

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-->Played by : by: Benjamin Masnières



-->Played by : Manon Morand

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-->Played by : by: Manon Morand



-->Played by : Pierre Zecchini

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-->Played by : by: Pierre Zecchini



The four other people from the Syrial exploration party the Noob guild was part of in the second novel : Görth the warrior, Alaskia the assassin, Athreyü the Necromancer and Shaadö the neomancer.

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The four other people from the Syrial exploration party the Noob guild was part of in the second novel : novel: Görth the warrior, Alaskia the assassin, Athreyü the Necromancer and Shaadö the neomancer.
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