History Characters / ReBoot

12th Mar '17 1:36:21 PM Nintendoman01
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* HeWhoFightsMonsters: He never took the presence of Megabyte too seriously, until Megabyte finally took over Mainframe, exiled Bob, into the Web, and pushed Enzo into despair until he was trapped in the games. When Enzo came back much older and much more serious, killing Megabyte was all he could think of. In the episode "Number 7," he ended up in a simulation of Mainframe, where he rebooted in Megabyte's body and easily played the part unconsciously.
9th Mar '17 1:58:49 PM Ghilz
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rebootglitch.jpg]] Glitch is Bob's keytool. It has the ability to become any object on command, as well as other powers such as analyzing the rules of a game. The exact limitations of Glitch's ImaginationBasedSuperpower abilities: it can only do one thing at a time, it's implied it cannot duplicate some of the rarer weapons Bob requisitions from Phong, it doesn't seem capable of turning into a sophisticated or large vehicle (though it can manage a hang-glider or a helicoptery thing to pull Bob out of a fall), and it does not have unlimited energy. Glitch is sentient, though it seems only a Guardian can understand its beeping language. Glitch was damaged at the end of season 2, making it unable to morph and project energy but still capable of [[EverythingSensor scanning anything and everything]]. Later it merged with Bob, and was later unmerged and upgraded into Glitch 2.0 (whose exact capabilities are unknown).

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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rebootglitch.jpg]] Glitch is Bob's keytool. It has the ability to become any object on command, as well as other powers such as analyzing analysing the rules of a game. The exact limitations of Glitch's ImaginationBasedSuperpower abilities: it can only do one thing at a time, it's implied it cannot duplicate some of the rarer weapons Bob requisitions from Phong, it doesn't seem capable of turning into a sophisticated or large vehicle (though it can manage a hang-glider or a helicoptery thing to pull Bob out of a fall), and it does not have unlimited energy. Glitch is sentient, though it seems only a Guardian can understand its beeping language. Glitch was damaged at the end of season 2, making it unable to morph and project energy but still capable of [[EverythingSensor scanning anything and everything]]. Later it merged with Bob, and was later unmerged and upgraded into Glitch 2.0 (whose exact capabilities are unknown).



** It can also detect viruses.



* LoyalPhlebotinum: It is extremely loyal to Bob. It accepts to merge with him so they can return to Mainframe and stop Daemon. Glitch' decision to abandon Bob to join the other Bob in ''My Two Bobs'' seems to seal the deal on which Bob is the original. [[spoiler:Glitch is actually knowingly joining the fake Bob because in doing so it can retrieve the real Bob's missing code, and repair him, while revealing the fake as Megabyte]].
* NoSell: Like all keytools, Glitch is immune to viral infections, including Daemon's. When merged with Bob it confers its immunity to Bob. The rest of the Keytools abandonned their guardians when they became infected.



* WreckedWeapon: Glitch is crushed by Megabyte at the end of season 2, rendering most of its functions useless.

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* TakeUpMySword: Glitch was Dixon Green's (Bob's partner and mentor) keytool. It passed to Bob when an upgrading Kilabyte killed her.
* WreckedWeapon: Glitch is crushed by Megabyte at the end of season 2, rendering most of its functions useless. [[spoiler:Until repaired by the other Keytools after unmerging with Bob]].


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* NoSell: In her viral form, she's immune to Daemon's infection.
8th Mar '17 11:41:29 PM Nintendoman01
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* PutOnABus: At the end of Season 2, he's rocketed into the Web by Megabyte; he's absent for most of Season 3 as a result, and Matrix and [=AndrAIa=] make it part of their mission to find him.



* LastNameBasis: Matrix is so ashamed of the goofy kid he used to be that he insists that everyone refer to him by his last name rather than Enzo.



* MusclesAreMeaningful: Matrix is big and buff, and it shows when he takes on [[LightningBruiser Megabyte]] and ''wins''.



* SuperStrength: For starters, he punches Megabyte with enough force to send him flying across the room and bash a big dent in his chest.



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: While it was very satifying seeing her send Megabyte [[spoiler: into the web]], instead of letting him infiltrate the Super Computer, this allows him to come back [[spoiler: disguised as Bob and with Trojan Horse abilities.]]

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: While it was very satifying satisfying seeing her send Megabyte [[spoiler: into the web]], instead of letting him infiltrate the Super Computer, this allows him to come back [[spoiler: disguised as Bob and with Trojan Horse abilities.]]


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* {{Egopolis}}: His ultimate plan is to turn Mainframe into "Megaframe."
15th Feb '17 5:59:49 PM malias
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* BrownEyes: Big ones!
8th Jan '17 10:46:24 AM nombretomado
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** It's also a ShoutOut to TheLastStarfighter.

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** It's also a ShoutOut to TheLastStarfighter.Film/TheLastStarfighter.
30th Nov '16 8:37:45 PM wyattte
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Cécil is a stereotypical French waiter at Dot's Diner. He is a video screen with arms and very French-looking facial features, although he has no legs. Instead he movies around on a pole attached to slide tracks in the ceiling. That is, until the diner is destroyed and his pole gets attached to a zipboard, allowing him to move more freely. He tends to be rude but is nevertheless loyal to his boss Dot.

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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rebootcecil.gif]] Cécil is a stereotypical French waiter at Dot's Diner. He is a video screen with arms and very French-looking facial features, although he has no legs. Instead he movies around on a pole attached to slide tracks in the ceiling. That is, until the diner is destroyed and his pole gets attached to a zipboard, allowing him to move more freely. He tends to be rude but is nevertheless loyal to his boss Dot.



Turbo is the Prime Guardian, the leader of the Guardian collective operating out of the Super Computer and head of the Guardian council. Turbo's keytool is Copland.

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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rebootturbo_council.jpg]] Turbo is the Prime Guardian, the leader of the Guardian collective operating out of the Super Computer and head of the Guardian council. Turbo's keytool is Copland.



* HeroicBuild: A bit more muscular than Bob.



Gigabyte is the combined form of Megabyte and Hexadecimal forced together by the Web creature. When he first appeared, his only stated goal was to absorb energy and reach his full potential. It's revealed much later that [[spoiler:Gigabyte came ''first'', and an accident split him into Megabyte and Hexadecimal. Originally a virus named Kilabyte who had failed to take over the supercomputer, he was set to be deleted before receiving a "viral upgrade" into the monster he is now. Dr. Matrix's experiment to contact other systems pulled Gigabyte into Mainframe, which had the effects of destroying the twin system into Lost Angles, and splitting him into his two composite pieces]].

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Gigabyte [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rebootgigabyte.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:oh we are so deleted WE ARE SO DELETED]]Gigabyte
is the combined form of Megabyte and Hexadecimal forced together by the Web creature. When he first appeared, his only stated goal was to absorb energy and reach his full potential. It's revealed much later that [[spoiler:Gigabyte came ''first'', and an accident split him into Megabyte and Hexadecimal. Originally a virus named Kilabyte who had failed to take over the supercomputer, he was set to be deleted before receiving a "viral upgrade" into the monster he is now. Dr. Matrix's experiment to contact other systems pulled Gigabyte into Mainframe, which had the effects of destroying the twin system into Lost Angles, and splitting him into his two composite pieces]].



* BigNo: [[spoiler: The defeat he suffers in his eponymous episode leads him to make one of these.]]



Scuzzy is Hexadecimal's familiar. He is a small, cat-like creature who lives with his mistress in her lair, and serves as her pet and spy. He has a domed view screen on top of his head that can record anything he has witnessed, and is small enough to sneak into any area undetected (even Silicon Tor). He is very cunning, sly, and extremely loyal to Hex - although he isn't ignorant of the fact that she's crazy.

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[[quoteright:282:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rebootscuzzy.png]] Scuzzy is Hexadecimal's familiar. He is a small, cat-like creature who lives with his mistress in her lair, and serves as her pet and spy. He has a domed view screen on top of his head that can record anything he has witnessed, and is small enough to sneak into any area undetected (even Silicon Tor). He is very cunning, sly, and extremely loyal to Hex - although he isn't ignorant of the fact that she's crazy.



* OutOfFocus[=/=]WhatHappenedToTheMouse: He seems to completely disappear after "Game Over", until he appears as the [[FollowTheBouncingBall bouncing ball]] during the musical number of the Season 3 finale. He also doesn't appear in Season 4 at all.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: He seems to completely disappear after "Game Over", until he appears as the [[FollowTheBouncingBall bouncing ball]] during the musical number of the Season 3 finale. He also doesn't appear in Season 4 at all.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: He seems to completely disappear after "Game Over", until he appears as the [[FollowTheBouncingBall bouncing ball]] during the musical number UndyingLoyalty: For Hex, even though she's a particularly ''special'' kind of the Season 3 finale. He also doesn't appear in Season 4 at all.crazy.
30th Nov '16 8:15:36 PM wyattte
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Glitch is Bob's keytool. It has the ability to become any object on command, as well as other powers such as analyzing the rules of a game. The exact limitations of Glitch's ImaginationBasedSuperpower abilities: it can only do one thing at a time, it's implied it cannot duplicate some of the rarer weapons Bob requisitions from Phong, it doesn't seem capable of turning into a sophisticated or large vehicle (though it can manage a hang-glider or a helicoptery thing to pull Bob out of a fall), and it does not have unlimited energy. Glitch is sentient, though it seems only a Guardian can understand its beeping language. Glitch was damaged at the end of season 2, making it unable to morph and project energy but still capable of [[EverythingSensor scanning anything and everything]]. Later it merged with Bob, and was later unmerged and upgraded into Glitch 2.0 (whose exact capabilities are unknown).

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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rebootglitch.jpg]] Glitch is Bob's keytool. It has the ability to become any object on command, as well as other powers such as analyzing the rules of a game. The exact limitations of Glitch's ImaginationBasedSuperpower abilities: it can only do one thing at a time, it's implied it cannot duplicate some of the rarer weapons Bob requisitions from Phong, it doesn't seem capable of turning into a sophisticated or large vehicle (though it can manage a hang-glider or a helicoptery thing to pull Bob out of a fall), and it does not have unlimited energy. Glitch is sentient, though it seems only a Guardian can understand its beeping language. Glitch was damaged at the end of season 2, making it unable to morph and project energy but still capable of [[EverythingSensor scanning anything and everything]]. Later it merged with Bob, and was later unmerged and upgraded into Glitch 2.0 (whose exact capabilities are unknown).
25th Nov '16 10:42:17 AM nombretomado
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* WhyDontYaJustShootHim: His favored response to most situations, though he doesn't get to actually do it most of the time. This is used to set up an ''AustinPowers''-themed Game where Matrix, in the form of Dr. Evil, decides to forgo the deathtrap and just put a bullet in the User.

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* WhyDontYaJustShootHim: His favored response to most situations, though he doesn't get to actually do it most of the time. This is used to set up an ''AustinPowers''-themed ''Film/AustinPowers''-themed Game where Matrix, in the form of Dr. Evil, decides to forgo the deathtrap and just put a bullet in the User.
25th Nov '16 8:53:31 AM qx100
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* AllPowerfulBystander: She's able to do things that Megabyte strides for the entire series, such as invading the Principal Office or Finding the Supercomputer with just ''[[ChaoticEvil Her Whim]]''.

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* AllPowerfulBystander: She's able to do things that Megabyte strides for the entire series, such as invading the Principal Office or Finding the Supercomputer with just ''[[ChaoticEvil '''[[ChaoticEvil Her Whim]]''.Whim]]'''.
25th Nov '16 8:52:51 AM qx100
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* AllPowerfulBystander: She's able to do things that Megabyte strides for the entire series, such as invading the Principal Office or Finding the Supercomputer with just ''[[ChaoticEvil Her Whim]]''.
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