History Characters / ReBoot

28th May '16 8:07:14 PM nombretomado
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* MusclesAreMeaningless: Played with. Megabyte has hulk-like strength and a muscular frame; but it's meaningless compared to the destructive power that is Hexadecimal. Having an army of infected binomes, hundreds of tanks, and stockpiles of weapons doesn't just make it easier to take over Mainframe; it's his primary way of fighting the vast powers of Hex without risking his own life. Although in the PlayStation game Hex herself physically threw Megabyte clear across Mainframe, so super strength might just be a virus trait in general.

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* MusclesAreMeaningless: Played with. Megabyte has hulk-like strength and a muscular frame; but it's meaningless compared to the destructive power that is Hexadecimal. Having an army of infected binomes, hundreds of tanks, and stockpiles of weapons doesn't just make it easier to take over Mainframe; it's his primary way of fighting the vast powers of Hex without risking his own life. Although in the PlayStation UsefulNotes/PlayStation game Hex herself physically threw Megabyte clear across Mainframe, so super strength might just be a virus trait in general.



* TheBlank: She has a series of masks that she quickly swaps out behind her hand to change expressions. Her real "face" is not shown until halfway through the second season, when [[spoiler: Bob removes her mask and reveals that there's absolutely nothing beneath.]] This also happens in the PlayStation game.

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* TheBlank: She has a series of masks that she quickly swaps out behind her hand to change expressions. Her real "face" is not shown until halfway through the second season, when [[spoiler: Bob removes her mask and reveals that there's absolutely nothing beneath.]] This also happens in the PlayStation UsefulNotes/PlayStation game.
29th Apr '16 12:05:34 PM wyattte
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* BrownEyes

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* BrownEyesBrownEyes: Big ones!



* TheHero

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* TheHeroTheHero: For two seasons.



* MyCarHatesMe

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* MyCarHatesMeMyCarHatesMe: His is the type of car that just won't turn over in the most dire of situations.



* EverythingSensor

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* EverythingSensorEverythingSensor: Shows the rules of ''any'' game cube.



* SuperWristGadget
* SwissArmyWeapon

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* SuperWristGadget
* SwissArmyWeapon
SuperWristGadget[=/=]SwissArmyWeapon: Glitch can morph into a ridiculous range of tools and weapons. And a lamppost one time.



* ActionGirl
* BadassBookworm
* TheChessmaster

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* ActionGirl
BadassBookworm: More often than not, the brains of the operations.
* BadassBookworm
* TheChessmaster
TheChessmaster: A counterpoint to Bob's more impulsive approach.



* CoolBigSis

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* CoolBigSisCoolBigSis: For Enzo, until the time skip. Then she doesn't look so big to him anymore.



* TeamMom

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* TeamMomTeamMom: For Enzo on a personal level, and as a guiding force for the rest of the cast.



[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rebootmatrix_5541.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:"Mercy? To a virus? ''Never.''"]]



* {{Badass}}: Both of them. [[spoiler: Especially for the younger Enzo in season four, after defying Dot's orders and winning the game that he was supposed to lose and escape Mainframe from, and convincing his ''infected'' older brother to change his icon. This cured him, and he quickly then cured most of the others including Hexadecimal, who was the only one who stood any possible chance against Daemon. It may not sound like much, but because of this Enzo was instrumental in saving the entire net from complete annihilation, which was only mere moments away if he hadn't intervened when he did.]]

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* {{Badass}}: Both little ''and'' big Enzo.
** By the time he'd done all his game-hopping and went by Matrix, he'd [[HeroicBuild bulked up considerably]] and looked like he was plucked straight out
of them. [[spoiler: Especially a 90s action flick, complete with a sidearm named, uh, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Gun.]] Matrix was such a badass, he willingly brawled with '''''Megabyte.''''' Even Bob didn't have that kind of balls.
** [[spoiler:As
for the younger Enzo in season four, after defying this kid defied Dot's orders and winning won the game that he was supposed to lose and escape Mainframe from, and convincing then convinced his ''infected'' older brother to change his icon. This cured him, and he then quickly then cured most of the others including Hexadecimal, who was the only one who stood any possible chance against Daemon. It may not sound like much, but because of this Enzo was instrumental in saving the entire net from complete annihilation, which was only mere moments away if he hadn't intervened when he did.]]



[[quoteright:306:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rebootmatrix_5541.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:306:"Mercy? To a virus? ''Never.''"]]



* CloningBlues: Averted with the back-up Enzo he shows zero angst at being a copy. He even tries to reassure Bob when it might be that he's not the original.

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* CloningBlues: Averted with the back-up Enzo Enzo; he shows zero angst at being a copy. He even tries to reassure Bob when it might be that he's not the original.



* ShapedLikeItself: Matrix nicknamed his gun Gun. Yeah.



* MissionControl

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* MissionControlMissionControl: His main function for the good guys.



* BareYourMidriff

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* BareYourMidriffBareYourMidriff: Grown-up [=AndrAIa=].



* HellBentForLeather

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* HellBentForLeatherHellBentForLeather: Again, adult [=AndrAIa=].



* CoolShip
* CuteLittleFangs

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* CoolShip
CoolShip: Not like Capacitor's, hers is more an airborne warship.
* CuteLittleFangsCuteLittleFangs: Odds are if you're seeing these, Mouse is pretty pissed off.



* EvilDetectingDog
* MadeOfIron

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* EvilDetectingDog
EvilDetectingDog: Goes with his incredible sense of smell.
* MadeOfIronMadeOfIron: Frisket's tougher than any of the other heroes.



* AwesomeAussie

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* AwesomeAussieAwesomeAussie: Where he got the accent isn't explained.



* SkySurfing

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* SkySurfingSkySurfing: Has flown his surfboard all over the Net and even through dangerous corners of the Web.



* KentBrockmanNews

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* KentBrockmanNewsKentBrockmanNews: Way too eager for ridiculous dramatics to take seriously as a reporter. But they let him do it anyway.



* SmallNameBigEgo

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* SmallNameBigEgoSmallNameBigEgo: He knows Bob, you know!



* XanatosSpeedChess: One such example: in "The Great Brain Robbery" from season 1, he's aghast to find that his plan to shrink down Mouse, Hack & Slash to get into Bob's brain (so he can have access to the Supercomputer) has gone awry when they wind up in Enzo's brain instead. But once he realizes Enzo was brought into the Principal Office, past all the security, he immediately initiates plan B: getting into ''Mainframe's central system core.''
-->'''Megabyte:''' It's no Supercomputer, but not a bad catch either.



* TheDitz

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* TheDitzTheDitz: Yeah, uh, if it hasn't already been established yet, they're ''idiots.''



* JetPack

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* JetPackJetPack: This makes them ''slightly'' more useful.



* MinionWithAnFInEvil

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* MinionWithAnFInEvilMinionWithAnFInEvil: Especially apparent come season 3 when their conscience catches up with them.



* RedOniBlueOni: Hack is the red to Slash's blue.

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* RedOniBlueOni: Hack is is, quite literally, the red to Slash's blue.
22nd Apr '16 11:19:44 AM Bartzv
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* ChickMagnet: Dot, Mouse, Hex, and at least one female binome have expressed interest in him.

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* ChickMagnet: Dot, Mouse, Hex, and at Hex have all expressed interest in him; though Mouse and Hex are far more aggressive than Dot. At least one female binome have expressed interest in him. has come on to him too.
22nd Apr '16 4:55:27 AM Bartzv
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Added DiffLines:

* ChickMagnet: Dot, Mouse, Hex, and at least one female binome have expressed interest in him.
16th Apr '16 2:25:43 AM AngelArlia
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[[/folder]]
9th Apr '16 10:14:04 AM wyattte
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* CoolAndUnusualPunishment[=/=]FateWorseThanDeath: From "''Wizards, Warriors And A Word From Our Sponsor'':

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* CoolAndUnusualPunishment[=/=]FateWorseThanDeath: From "''Wizards, Warriors "Wizards, Warriors, And A Word From Our Sponsor'':Sponsor":


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* ADayInTheLimelight: "Wizards, Warriors, And A Word From Our Sponsor" sees Mike get trapped in a game with the main cast. To their surprise, he actually shows some ingenuity and becomes TheHero for once.
1st Apr '16 5:12:06 PM wyattte
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* ABoyAndHisX: and his super-powered, tank-chewing dog.

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* ABoyAndHisX: and And his super-powered, tank-chewing dog.



* BrattyHalfPint

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* BrattyHalfPintBrattyHalfPint: Little Enzo was this, to the point that when we got the PlotRelevantAgeUp, it was a pretty big shock.



* ActionGirl

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* ActionGirlActionGirl: She was already this in the game where she originated, but growing up with Matrix made her even more this trope.



* LiteralMinded: "Now all we can do is sit and wait". "I will stand, if that's okay with you." Grew out of it over the timeskip.

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* LiteralMinded: LiteralMinded[=/=]SpockSpeak: "Now all we can do is sit and wait". "I will stand, if that's okay with you." Grew out of it over the timeskip.



* SpockSpeak: As a child. She grew out of it during the timeskip.
* {{Stripperiffic}}

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* SpockSpeak: As {{Stripperiffic}}: Adult [=AndrAIa=]'s skintight outfit has gotten a child. She grew out fair bit of it during the timeskip.
* {{Stripperiffic}}
MaleGaze.



* SexyWalk: Which [[MaleGaze Megabyte takes note of.]]



* TeamPet

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* TeamPetTeamPet: Possibly one of the most intimidating examples of this trope ever.



*** And that his powers were plot breaking in the Daemon struggle.

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*** ** And that his powers were plot breaking in the Daemon struggle.



* ButtMonkey

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* ButtMonkeyButtMonkey: He often gets scared out of his wits to put over the threat(s) of the episode.



* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In his first appearance, in "The Tiff," his voice sounds filtered like an old radio. It was dropped for all subsequent appearances.



* MotorMouth

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* MotorMouth'''MotorMouth''': Mike talks at a thousand miles a minute when he gets a good head of steam. So ''don't let him.''



* OutOfFocus: For the DarkerAndEdgier Season 3.



* CampStraight

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* CampStraightCampStraight: Very prim, proper and finicky.



* FrenchJerk
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold
* NationalStereotypes

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* FrenchJerk
FrenchJerk: Towards ''everybody.''
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold
JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He's a prick, but he's loyal to Dot.
* NationalStereotypesNationalStereotypes: Specifically, French ones.



* EvilSoundsDeep

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* EvilSoundsDeepEvilSoundsDeep: ''Very'' deep, and he wields it well.



* LargeHam: Has his moments.

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* LargeHam: Has his moments. moments - with a voice like that, how can you not - though he can't quite compete with Hexidecimal.



* PetTheDog: As horrible a being he is, his rock-off at Enzo's birthday was nice and awesome. He even gave Enzo his guitar as a birthday gift.
** He even turned the amp UpToEleven!

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* PetTheDog: As horrible a being he is, his rock-off at Enzo's birthday was nice and awesome. He even gave Enzo his guitar as a birthday gift.
**
gift. He even turned the amp UpToEleven!



* [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn]]
* [[spoiler: HeroicSacrifice]]

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* [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn]]
[[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn: By the end of season 3, much to Phong's discomfort.]]
* [[spoiler: HeroicSacrifice]]HeroicSacrifice: In order to take down Daemon in season 4.]]



* LargeHam
* [[spoiler:LoveRedeems]]
* MaskPower: Inverted; according to "Painted Windows," her mask actually keeps her transfinite power in check so she doesn't overload, making it a...
** PowerLimiter

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* LargeHam
LargeHam: Even static faces don't keep her from chewing scenery to bits.
* [[spoiler:LoveRedeems]]
[[spoiler:LoveRedeems: For Bob, who despite all her madness, she never stopped having feelings for. It's what gives her incentive for her HeroicSacrifice.]]
* MaskPower: Inverted; according to "Painted Windows," her mask actually keeps her transfinite power in check so she doesn't overload, making it a...
** PowerLimiter
a PowerLimiter.



-->"Ohhh, Bob. I don't know if I should talk to you or '''''kill you!'''''"

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-->"Ohhh, -->'''Hex:''' Ohhh, Bob. I don't know if I should talk to you or '''''kill you!'''''"



* SexyWalk

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* SexyWalkSexyWalk: Even moreso than Mouse!



* {{Telekinesis}}

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* {{Telekinesis}}{{Telekinesis}}: Enough to toss Bob around like a rag doll if she so chooses.
1st Apr '16 4:06:56 PM wyattte
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'''Main Characters'''

'''Bob'''

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\n'''Main Characters'''\n\n'''Bob'''\n[[foldercontrol]]

!!!Main Characters

[[folder:Bob]]




'''Glitch'''

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\n'''Glitch'''\n[[/folder]]

[[folder:Glitch]]




'''Dot Matrix'''

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\n'''Dot Matrix'''\n[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dot Matrix]]





'''Enzo Matrix'''

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\n\n'''Enzo Matrix'''\n[[/folder]]

[[folder:Enzo Matrix]]



* WorldOfCardboardSpeech


'''Frisket'''

''Format'': Sprite/Dog
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rebootfrisket_6407.jpg]]
--> ''(Bob enters through a window)''
--> ''Dot: Ever hear of a door?''
--> ''(Bob's mangled hover board is tossed through the window.)''
--> ''Bob: Ever hear of a Frisket?''

Enzo's dog. He has been known to chew tanks and growl at Bob.

!!Tropes associated with Frisket:

* AmplifiedAnimalAptitude: Frisket can't speak at all (the closest he ever comes is a human-like snicker once in a while) and acts like a dog in most respects, but occasionally displays problem-solving abilities comparable to the humanoid sprites. For instance, there's the below example of him driving a car through a minefield in "Bad Bob".
* EvilDetectingDog
* MadeOfIron
* TheNoseKnows: Can sniff out a virus under any circumstances.
** In ''Bad Bob'', he sniffs out land mines, and steers around them. '''''At the same time.'''''
* SuperStrength: He once got a hold of an Armored Binome Carrier and repeatedly smashed it around like a chew toy. On more than one occasion he anchors ABCs from taking off by sinking his teeth into the bumper, up until it tears right off. He also caught a cannonball with his teeth once.
* TeamPet
* UndyingLoyalty: Enzo once referred to him as feral, and he really does do as he pleases in general, but when it comes to Enzo? Not only would he face Megabyte, he'd face his superpowered upgrade, Gigabyte.

'''Phong'''

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* WorldOfCardboardSpeech


'''Frisket'''

''Format'': Sprite/Dog
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rebootfrisket_6407.jpg]]
--> ''(Bob enters through a window)''
--> ''Dot: Ever hear of a door?''
--> ''(Bob's mangled hover board is tossed through the window.)''
--> ''Bob: Ever hear of a Frisket?''

Enzo's dog. He has been known to chew tanks and growl at Bob.

!!Tropes associated with Frisket:

* AmplifiedAnimalAptitude: Frisket can't speak at all (the closest he ever comes is a human-like snicker once in a while) and acts like a dog in most respects, but occasionally displays problem-solving abilities comparable to the humanoid sprites. For instance, there's the below example of him driving a car through a minefield in "Bad Bob".
* EvilDetectingDog
* MadeOfIron
* TheNoseKnows: Can sniff out a virus under any circumstances.
**
WorldOfCardboardSpeech: In ''Bad Bob'', he sniffs out land mines, and steers around them. '''''At the same time.'''''
* SuperStrength: He once got a hold of an Armored Binome Carrier and repeatedly smashed it around like a chew toy. On more than one occasion he anchors ABCs from taking off by sinking his teeth into the bumper, up until it tears right off. He also caught a cannonball with his teeth once.
* TeamPet
* UndyingLoyalty: Enzo once referred to him as feral, and he really does do as he pleases in general, but when it comes to Enzo? Not only would he face Megabyte, he'd face his superpowered upgrade, Gigabyte.

'''Phong'''
"Number 7."
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Phong]]




'''[=AndrAIa=]'''

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\n'''[=AndrAIa=]'''\n[[/folder]]

[[folder:[=AndrAIa=]]]




'''Mouse'''

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\n'''Mouse'''\n[[/folder]]

!!!Supporting Cast
[[folder:Mouse]]




'''Ray Tracer'''

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\n'''Ray Tracer'''\n[[/folder]]

[[folder:Frisket]]

''Format'': Sprite/Dog
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rebootfrisket_6407.jpg]]
--> ''(Bob enters through a window)''
--> ''Dot: Ever hear of a door?''
--> ''(Bob's mangled hover board is tossed through the window.)''
--> ''Bob: Ever hear of a Frisket?''

Enzo's dog. He has been known to chew tanks and growl at Bob.

!!Tropes associated with Frisket:

* AmplifiedAnimalAptitude: Frisket can't speak at all (the closest he ever comes is a human-like snicker once in a while) and acts like a dog in most respects, but occasionally displays problem-solving abilities comparable to the humanoid sprites. For instance, there's the below example of him driving a car through a minefield in "Bad Bob".
* EvilDetectingDog
* MadeOfIron
* TheNoseKnows: Can sniff out a virus under any circumstances.
** In ''Bad Bob'', he sniffs out land mines, and steers around them. '''''At the same time.'''''
* SuperStrength: He once got a hold of an Armored Binome Carrier and repeatedly smashed it around like a chew toy. On more than one occasion he anchors ABCs from taking off by sinking his teeth into the bumper, up until it tears right off. He also caught a cannonball with his teeth once.
* TeamPet
* UndyingLoyalty: Enzo once referred to him as feral, and he really does do as he pleases in general, but when it comes to Enzo? Not only would he face Megabyte, he'd face his superpowered upgrade, Gigabyte.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Ray Tracer]]



* DemotedToExtra: Season 4. Seriously, the only times he appears on-screen are brief, silent cameos.
** This was largely due to his voice actor being unavailable.

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* DemotedToExtra: Season 4. Seriously, the only times he appears on-screen are brief, silent cameos.
**
cameos. This was largely due to his voice actor being unavailable.




'''Megabyte'''

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\n'''Megabyte'''\n[[/folder]]

[[folder:Mike The TV]]

[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/reboot_mike_8911.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:The Creator/RobinWilliams of Mainframe.]]''Format:'' Appliance
->"For only ninety-nine, ninety-nine, ninety-nine!"

Mike is Bob's TV. Bob could never turn him off because the remote ran away. Mike talks a ''LOT''. All the time. Usually reciting StockPhrases, or advertisements he used to show. Around Mainframe, Mike is the closest thing to a news anchor, presenting news, narrating documentaries, and other such jobs in the visual medias (including speaking with the drawl often associated with televangelists, while infected by Daemon). Mike has a great talent at annoying other characters (although the Supervirus Daemon seemed to enjoy his company). He's a coward who will constantly remind people that he's a personal friend of Bob.

!!Tropes associated with Mike:

* AndNinetyNineCents: The Bucket'O'Nothing!
* ButtMonkey
* CoolAndUnusualPunishment[=/=]FateWorseThanDeath: From "''Wizards, Warriors And A Word From Our Sponsor'':
-->'''Mike''': Don't touch that dial! You're tuned to the Commercial Channel! All commercials, all the time. (Darkly) An eternity of useless products to rot your skeevy little mind '''''forever'''''.
-->'''Mirror Bob''': Aaaahhhhh!!!
* CowardlyLion: Mike can actually be braver than most people give him credit for. Whether it's willingly helping Bob with his plan to stop Hexadecimal from wrecking Mainframe with the system's paint program, staying in Lost Angles to provide her with "therapy" for her after Bob removed her mask, or destroying a shadow monster, getting rid of Bob and Dot's {{Evil Counterpart}}s and eventually winning the game of A Dungeon Deep, Mike's come through for the heroes more times than you'd think.
* KentBrockmanNews
* LargeHam: "Surprise your friends! Amaze your family! ANNOY PERFECT STRANGERS!!!!!!... it's obviously nothing." Bob can't turn the volume down either.
* MotorMouth
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Often speaks in different impressions when doing {{Shout Out}}s. His regular voice also appears based on Phil Silvers.
* PhraseCatcher: '''MIKE!'''
* SmallNameBigEgo
* UnwittingPawn: As part of her larger plan to infect the Net, Daemon [[spoiler:arranged for a Web creature to enter Mainframe through Hexadecimal's looking glass. Mike accidentally shattering it with a loud opera show gave Daemon the opportunity she needed]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Cécil]]

''Format'': Dedicated Server

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.

He resembles an old Macintosh computer, complete with a rainbow-coloured icon.

* {{Catchphrase}}:
** "Wait at ze bar, wait at ze bar."
** "I am not a nanny."
** "That's ''Ceh-cil''!" (After someone pronounces it Cee-cil).
* CampStraight
* DeadpanSnarker: He is especially snide towards Bob.
* FrenchJerk
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold
* NationalStereotypes
* PluckyComicRelief: Usually serves as this, despite being a sprite of few smiles.
** He lights up the mood during the otherwise devastating system crash in End Prog. While others are comforting each other and just watching the chaos, a furious Cécil tries to deal with the drunken pirates.
[[/folder]]

!!!Villains
[[folder:Megabyte]]




'''Hack and Slash'''

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\n'''Hack [[/folder]]

[[folder:Hack
and Slash'''
Slash]]



* BashBrothers

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* BashBrothersBashBrothers: Their raison d'etre.



* DumbMuscle

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* DumbMuscleDumbMuscle: They're not exactly the sharpest tools in the shed, but they can punch someone the size of Gigabyte a significant distance.



* HeelFaceTurn

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* HeelFaceTurnHeelFaceTurn: In season 3.



* VitriolicBestBuds

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* VitriolicBestBudsVitriolicBestBuds: Hack and Slash bicker ''constantly''. The sad thing is, that's just ''one'' reason they aren't so great at being henchmen.



'''Hexadecimal'''

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'''Hexadecimal'''
[[folder:Hexadecimal]]




'''Gigabyte'''

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\n'''Gigabyte'''\n[[/folder]]

[[folder:Gigabyte]]




'''Mike The TV'''

[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/reboot_mike_8911.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:The Creator/RobinWilliams of Mainframe.]]''Format:'' Appliance
->"For only ninety-nine, ninety-nine, ninety-nine!"

Mike is Bob's TV. Bob could never turn him off because the remote ran away. Mike talks a ''LOT''. All the time. Usually reciting StockPhrases, or advertisements he used to show. Around Mainframe, Mike is the closest thing to a news anchor, presenting news, narrating documentaries, and other such jobs in the visual medias (including speaking with the drawl often associated with televangelists, while infected by Daemon). Mike has a great talent at annoying other characters (although the Supervirus Daemon seemed to enjoy his company). He's a coward who will constantly remind people that he's a personal friend of Bob.

!!Tropes associated with Mike:

* AndNinetyNineCents: The Bucket'O'Nothing!
* ButtMonkey
* CoolAndUnusualPunishment[=/=]FateWorseThanDeath: From "''Wizards, Warriors And A Word From Our Sponsor'':
-->'''Mike''': Don't touch that dial! You're tuned to the Commercial Channel! All commercials, all the time. (Darkly) An eternity of useless products to rot your skeevy little mind '''''forever'''''.
-->'''Mirror Bob''': Aaaahhhhh!!!
* CowardlyLion: Mike can actually be braver than most people give him credit for. Whether it's willingly helping Bob with his plan to stop Hexadecimal from wrecking Mainframe with the system's paint program, staying in Lost Angles to provide her with "therapy" for her after Bob removed her mask, or destroying a shadow monster, getting rid of Bob and Dot's {{Evil Counterpart}}s and eventually winning the game of A Dungeon Deep, Mike's come through for the heroes more times than you'd think.
* KentBrockmanNews
* LargeHam: "Surprise your friends! Amaze your family! ANNOY PERFECT STRANGERS!!!!!!... it's obviously nothing." Bob can't turn the volume down either.
* MotorMouth
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Often speaks in different impressions when doing {{Shout Out}}s. His regular voice also appears based on Phil Silvers.
* PhraseCatcher: '''MIKE!'''
* SmallNameBigEgo
* UnwittingPawn: As part of her larger plan to infect the Net, Daemon [[spoiler:arranged for a Web creature to enter Mainframe through Hexadecimal's looking glass. Mike accidentally shattering it with a loud opera show gave Daemon the opportunity she needed]].

'''Scuzzy'''

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\n'''Mike The TV'''\n\n[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/reboot_mike_8911.jpg]]\n[[caption-width-right:350:The Creator/RobinWilliams of Mainframe.]]''Format:'' Appliance\n->"For only ninety-nine, ninety-nine, ninety-nine!"\n\nMike is Bob's TV. Bob could never turn him off because the remote ran away. Mike talks a ''LOT''. All the time. Usually reciting StockPhrases, or advertisements he used to show. Around Mainframe, Mike is the closest thing to a news anchor, presenting news, narrating documentaries, and other such jobs in the visual medias (including speaking with the drawl often associated with televangelists, while infected by Daemon). Mike has a great talent at annoying other characters (although the Supervirus Daemon seemed to enjoy his company). He's a coward who will constantly remind people that he's a personal friend of Bob.\n\n!!Tropes associated with Mike:\n\n* AndNinetyNineCents: The Bucket'O'Nothing!\n* ButtMonkey\n* CoolAndUnusualPunishment[=/=]FateWorseThanDeath: From "''Wizards, Warriors And A Word From Our Sponsor'':\n-->'''Mike''': Don't touch that dial! You're tuned to the Commercial Channel! All commercials, all the time. (Darkly) An eternity of useless products to rot your skeevy little mind '''''forever'''''.\n-->'''Mirror Bob''': Aaaahhhhh!!!\n* CowardlyLion: Mike can actually be braver than most people give him credit for. Whether it's willingly helping Bob with his plan to stop Hexadecimal from wrecking Mainframe with the system's paint program, staying in Lost Angles to provide her with "therapy" for her after Bob removed her mask, or destroying a shadow monster, getting rid of Bob and Dot's {{Evil Counterpart}}s and eventually winning the game of A Dungeon Deep, Mike's come through for the heroes more times than you'd think.\n* KentBrockmanNews\n* LargeHam: "Surprise your friends! Amaze your family! ANNOY PERFECT STRANGERS!!!!!!... it's obviously nothing." Bob can't turn the volume down either. \n* MotorMouth\n* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Often speaks in different impressions when doing {{Shout Out}}s. His regular voice also appears based on Phil Silvers.\n* PhraseCatcher: '''MIKE!'''\n* SmallNameBigEgo\n* UnwittingPawn: As part of her larger plan to infect the Net, Daemon [[spoiler:arranged for a Web creature to enter Mainframe through Hexadecimal's looking glass. Mike accidentally shattering it with a loud opera show gave Daemon the opportunity she needed]]. \n\n'''Scuzzy'''\n[[/folder]]


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'''Cécil'''

''Format'': Dedicated Server

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.

He resembles an old Macintosh computer, complete with a rainbow-coloured icon.

* {{Catchphrase}}:
** "Wait at ze bar, wait at ze bar."
** "I am not a nanny."
** "That's ''Ceh-cil''!" (After someone pronounces it Cee-cil).
* CampStraight
* DeadpanSnarker: He is especially snide towards Bob.
* FrenchJerk
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold
* NationalStereotypes
* PluckyComicRelief: Usually serves as this, despite being a sprite of few smiles.
** He lights up the mood during the otherwise devastating system crash in End Prog. While others are comforting each other and just watching the chaos, a furious Cécil tries to deal with the drunken pirates.

'''Daemon'''

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\n'''Cécil'''\n\n''Format'': Dedicated Server\n\nCécil 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.\n\nHe resembles an old Macintosh computer, complete with a rainbow-coloured icon. \n\n* {{Catchphrase}}: \n** "Wait at ze bar, wait at ze bar." \n** "I am not a nanny." \n** "That's ''Ceh-cil''!" (After someone pronounces it Cee-cil).\n* CampStraight\n* DeadpanSnarker: He is especially snide towards Bob.\n* FrenchJerk\n* JerkWithAHeartOfGold\n* NationalStereotypes\n* PluckyComicRelief: Usually serves as this, despite being a sprite of few smiles.\n** He lights up the mood during the otherwise devastating system crash in End Prog. While others are comforting each other and just watching the chaos, a furious Cécil tries to deal with the drunken pirates.\n\n'''Daemon'''\n[[/folder]]

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'''The User'''

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\n'''The User'''\n[[/folder]]

!!!Other Characters
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'''Captain Gavin Capacitor (and his crew)'''

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\n'''Captain [[/folder]]

[[folder:Captain
Gavin Capacitor (and his crew)'''
crew)]]




'''Binomes of Note'''

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\n'''Binomes [[/folder]]

[[folder: Other Binomes
of Note'''
Note]]


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* TheSmartGirl: As an Artificially Intelligent Game Sprite, she's designed to learn and adapt quickly.


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* NiceGuy: In sharp contrast to Matrix.
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* CutLexLuthorACheck: He could make more money as a legitimate merchant than as a pirate. When Dot points this out to him, he immediately gives up piracy for honest work.

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* CutLexLuthorACheck: He could make more money as a legitimate merchant than as a pirate. When Dot points this out to him, him and backs it up with her business savvy, he immediately gives up piracy for honest work.
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