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* For the cast as they appear in the original Tv Tome Adventures, see Characters/Tv Tome Adventures.
* For the cast as they appear in the continuity reboot, TOME, see Characters/TOMEReboot.
* For the cast as they appear in the Terrain of Magical Expertise, see Characters/Terrain Of Magical Expertise.

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* For the cast as they appear in the original Tv Tome Adventures, see Characters/Tv Tome Adventures.Characters: ''Characters/TvTomeAdventures''.
* For the cast as they appear in the continuity reboot, TOME, see Characters/TOMEReboot.Characters: ''Characters/TOMEReboot''.
* For the cast as they appear in the Terrain of Magical Expertise, see Characters/Terrain Of Magical Expertise.Characters: ''Characters/TerrainOfMagicalExpertise''.
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* For the cast as they appear in the original Tv Tome Adventures, see Characters:{{Characters/Tv Tome Adventures}}.
* For the cast as they appear in the continuity reboot, TOME, see Characters:{{Characters/TOME}}.
* For the cast as they appear in the Terrain of Magical Expertise, see Characters:{{Characters/Terrain Of Magical Expertise}}.

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* For the cast as they appear in the original Tv Tome Adventures, see Characters:{{Characters/Tv Characters/Tv Tome Adventures}}.Adventures.
* For the cast as they appear in the continuity reboot, TOME, see Characters:{{Characters/TOME}}.Characters/TOMEReboot.
* For the cast as they appear in the Terrain of Magical Expertise, see Characters:{{Characters/Terrain Characters/Terrain Of Magical Expertise}}.Expertise.
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* For the cast as they appear in the Terrain of Magical Expertise, see Characters:{{Characters/Terrain Of Magical Expertise}}.
!The characters, as they appear in the ContinuityReboot, ''WebAnimation/{{TOME}}'':
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!The Five-Man Band

[[folder:Alpha]]
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-> ''A young boy who's a bit on the shy side; but is a skilled fighter, well-balanced with many powers inspired by the Greek Gods.''

-> Appears in: All Episodes except 02, 06
-> Voiced by: Blake "[=ShadyVox=]" Swift

->[[AC:Class: Fighter]]
->[[AC:Power: Mythology]]
->[[AC:ID No.: 010-292-689]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Michael]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:
* AgeLift: Although a minor one (from about 15 to around 17-18), it's significant due to the Age Lifts of all the other characters. Alpha was an older member of his group of friends in the original, but here, he's the youngest out of them. (In fact, he's the only member of the group close to his original age - it's just that in the original, all the main characters were teens whereas here, Alpha's the only non-adult).
* AttackAttackAttack: Alpha fights this way in grid battles in the early episodes when he's not under the influence of the "Forbidden Power". It's to emphasize his inexperience.
* BackToBackBadasses: With Flamegirl at the end of episode 7.
* BattleCouple: With Flamegirl, in the Gemini Tournament.
* BoltOfDivineRetribution: His lightning attack which is named after Zeus.
* CharacterDevelopment: Alpha starts off as very unsure, insecure and soft spoken. Throughout the first season, he naturally becomes more confident and sure of himself, and in the second season, he's much less shy and is able to speak his mind and act without hesitation when he has to. Alpha's growth as a character eventually allows him to team up with the Forbidden Power in the GrandFinale without it controlling him so he can defeat Rubirules.
* CombatPragmatist: If there's an advantage he can exploit to win, he uses it. The enemy being knocked down won't stop him from attacking.
* CurbStompBattle: Gets a critical hit, and inflicts on on Kirbopher in the first episode. He also gets eliminated from a grid fight very quickly in that same episode. Also inflicts one on Tsuzuku and Shogun at the beginning of Episode 05.
** It's essentially a RunningGag that every single one of Alpha's battles with Kirbopher is one of these and Kirbopher never wins.
* CursedWithAwesome: His curse being the "Forbidden Power's" ability to harm people in real life. Which sounds cool on the surface, but has some pretty serious potential consequences he's very concerned about.
* DealWithTheDevil: With the Forbidden Power in the first episode.
* DeflectorShields: One of his attacks is an energy shield, but unlike Asterob he doesn't base his whole fighting style around it.
* DemonicPossession: Fittingly, this first happens in the episode "Awaken the Beast". Up to that point, though the Forbidden Power was influencing his behaviour, it did not take control outright.
* EarnYourHappyEnding: The Forbidden Power is completely erased, his friends are safe and sound, the true BigBad is going to pay for his crimes and he gets to meet Zetto, Nylocke and Flamegirl in person finally.
* FacialMarkings: Has two Roman numeral "I"s near his eyes.
* FingerlessGloves: Alpha gets these with an update to his look in episode 10 that make him look more badass.
* FinishingMove: The "Vulcan Rocket", a combination of the moves Vulcan Fist, and Rocket Burn that Alpha and Flamegirl use in the Gemini Tournament.
* FirstNameBasis: With Flamegirl, as of "Infectuation".
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Supine, a rare example of the main character having this temperament.
* FriendlessBackground: Because he spends all of his free time staying at home, playing video games (obviously), and his acquaintances out in the "real world" believe that LonersAreFreaks. They'd probably be willing to befriend him if he put himself out there more, but he's apparently even more of a ShrinkingViolet in person.
* GoodWingsEvilWings: Normally, Alpha's wings are white, but during his DemonicPossession in episode 5 Alpha's color scheme gets darker, and his wings and tail turn black.
* HearingVoices: Alpha hears the Forbidden Power's voice while under it's influence.
* TheHero: Has a well balanced character, and is skilled at the game, and is a friend to everyone in the group. But, due to being the youngest and most inexperienced, he's an exceptional kind of hero in that he doesn't lead the group.
* HeroicBSOD: Alpha at the end of Episode 14 after watching Flamegirl screaming in agony and then being sent into the Anti-Virus Dragon and then after landing, he finds Kirbopher's lifeless character model and as he hyperventilates as memories of his friends flash before his eyes, he lets out a blood clenching scream.
** He snaps out of it when Zetto arrives on the scene and Alpha realizes Zetto and Kirbopher are the same person.
* HurtingHero: After receiving the "Forbidden Power" in episode 01 it was helpful for fighting off hackers at first, but in later episodes Alpha seems to be conflicted about using it because he's afraid of his power hurting someone, and no longer wants anything to do with it.
** As of Episode 10, Alpha has had the Forbidden Power removed from his character and he is incredibly happy about that.
** And Alpha's hurting like crazy with how Episode 14 ended with Nylocke and Flamegirl sealed into the Anti-Virus Dragon, Kirbopher in critical condition and having memories of his friends flashing in his head as he lets out a massive scream.
* IJustWantToHaveFriends: Alpha's desire. Fulfilled through playing TOME.
* InnocentBlueEyes: He's indoubtedly one of the most innocent and sweet characters in the show.
* IronicName: Personality-wise, Alpha is easily the ''least'' "alpha-type" character in the FiveManBand.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Alpha's is called "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/a-heros-wings A Hero's Wings]]", which also has a DarkReprise called [[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/a-heros-weakness "A Hero's Weakness"]].
* MakingASplash: His attack "Poseidon Wave", which sends out a torrent of water at his enemies.
* OhCrap: Alpha has this reaction when Zetto is possessed by the Forbidden Power and even gets a CurseCutShort when Demon Zetto attacks.
* NiceGuy: Definitely the kindest character in the FiveManBand.
* NighInvulnerability/ NoSell: Shown from episode one to be invulnerable to attacks when under the influence of the "Forbidden Power". Zetto, and Flamegirl are the only exceptions due to anti-virus programs hidden in their characters.
* NotImportantToThisEpisodeCamp: Does not appear in Episodes 02 or 06 (apart from brief non-speaking cameos in the latter). Notably, to date he has also failed to appear in any of the shorts with original footage, has never appeared without his LoveInterest Flamegirl also being present, and has logged the second-''fewest'' appearances of any main character (behind Gamecrazed). This despite being the ostensible protagonist.
* OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent: [[AllThereInTheManual Background information]] describes him as having joined TOME "due to its rising popularity in his High School". [[WordOfGod Niosi has also confirmed]] that he is the youngest main character, at about 17-18, though in "Highest Form of Flattery", multiple characters claim that he and Flamegirl are the same age. (Justified in that Flamegirl is only a year or two older than him, so for all intents and purposes, they are.
* PeekABangs: Has a spike of hair hanging near one eye, with it obscuring his eye only occasionally. Serves as a symbol of his shy and unassuming tendencies.
* PrimaryColorChampion: His color scheme is primarily blue, and red, with white as the third color. In season 2 his color scheme is completely red and white.
* PsychicStrangle: Does this to Ravenfreak in episode 03. He uses The Forbidden Power to make Ravenfreak float in the air, choking him and exposing him to serious pain in the process. Also does this Kirbopher in episode 05 forcing Kirbopher to log out. It's made evident in the show that The Forbidden Power was manipulating Alpha's mind during both instances of this happening.
* RedOniBlueOni: The Blue Oni to Kirbopher's Red Oni
* ResistTheBeast: Alpha's main arc surrounding the Forbidden Power involves him resisting it's control over his mind, and trying to not hurt anyone with it. :And Flame Girl helping him keep control of it
* TheReveal: In the closing minutes of "The Warring Demons", we finally learn that Alpha's real name is Michael.
* {{Telepathy}}: Communicates mentally with The Forbidden Power against his will for all of the first season
* TookALevelInBadass: By the Season Finale, Alpha took a big one of these, and thanks to that, he's able to hold his ground against Demon Zetto and gives a WorldOfCardboardSpeech to the Forbidden Power.
* SeekerArchetype: To an extent. As of the episodes ''Infectuation'', And ''Gemini Tournament Yin'' he's started to become a bit anxious to learn more about the "Forbidden Power".
* ShockAndAwe: One of his attacks. In the TOME universe, this and HolyHandGrenade appear to be interchangeable, because it is described as "light" powers in the fourth episode despite clearly being a lightning/electrical attack. Either way, he is the only character in the FiveManBand with the ability.
** BoltOfDivineRetribution: Possibly the reasoning behind said lightning being light-elemental.
* SleevesAreForWimps: Alpha gets a new look in episode 10, and loses his scarf and long sleeved shirt in exchange for a black tank top and FingerlessGloves.
* SpikyHair: Leftover from the original show. Rockoon calls him "porcupine head".
* SupernaturalAngst: [[CursedWithAwesome He'd be much happier]] if he had never received the "Forbidden Power", and much of his conflict is either worrying about it hurting someone, or how he's anxious to learn the truth about what the "Forbidden Power" really is.
* SuperPoweredEvilSide: When the Forbidden Power takes over him. As of episode 10, the Forbidden Power is gone thanks to Zetto.
* ThemeNaming: All of his special attacks are named for members of the Greco-Roman pantheon - hence his power of "Mythology".
* ThrowingYourShieldAlwaysWorks: He can use his energy shield as a weapon by throwing it.
* {{Tuckerization}}: Alpha's first name comes from Mike Luckas, on whom the original TTA character was based.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Accidentally found the Forbidden Power (Or rather it brought him to it's seal) and became infected with it and after it's removed by Zetto, Alpha still has a tiny piece of it within him and during the second season, anytime he feels alot of emotion it empowers the Forbidden Power and frees it from the Drain Edge and then the egg Kajet is sealed in.
* WorldOfCardboardSpeech: Gives one to the Forbidden Power when he's fighting Demon Zetto.
--> '''Alpha''': I think I finally understand you. Your entire existance is meant to hurt others... and I was just your tool for doing it. That's the only reason you ever bothered with me... and I was just too stupid to figure it out. Well, I don't need you. I ''never'' needed you! Now GET OUT!!
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Kirbopher.
* WingsDoNothing: Purely cosmetic, although [[AllThereInTheManual Kirbopher has claimed]] [[http://ask-kirbopher.tumblr.com/post/31568354615/wings-are-annoying-and-just-get-in-the-way-a-true in his blog]] that they boost agility.

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[[folder: Kirbopher]]
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-> ''A brash little imp, who cares about nothing more than having fun and battling foes. He wields an enchanted sword with many magical attacks.''

-> Appears in: All Episodes except 03
-> Voiced by: Chris Niosi

->[[AC:Class: Swordsman]]
->[[AC:Power: Enchanted Sword]]
->[[AC:ID No.: 001-501-111]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Christopher?]]
-->"S'like Christopher, except curvier."
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:
* AgeLift: From a 15-year-old kid to [[spoiler: an adult working for Netking Software. It should be noted, however, that Rubirules still considers him to be a "kid", so he can't be much older than twenty-something. Also significant is the fact that Zetto still worked for Netking Software in the original, it's just that he was a teenage prodigy and special mention is made of his unusual talent.]].
* BattleCry / CallingYourAttacks: Alpha jokes about him doing this in the first episode. In ''Awaken the Beast'' Kirbopher says that doing so adds "Oomph" to his attacks. Turns out, Kizuna also joked this back during the development stages of TOME and he, as Zetto, simiarly replied that it sounded cool.
* BerserkButton: He has a few:
** It's pronounced KIR-boh-fur, NOT "Kirboffer" and NOT "Kirbofour".
** He is NOT a squire. Or an imp, for that matter.
** Role-players, [[spoiler: which is ironic, because he's been LivingADoubleLife this entire time]].
* BlowYouAway: One of his attacks is creating a tornado with his sword.
* BromanticFoil: Suggested as a joke by Nylocke. But it's actually being ''played straight''. Kirbopher follows the trope by, competing with the main lead, Alpha, constantly, while still being [[VitriolicBestBuds best buds]] with the guy, and all while competing with Flamegirl [[note]](who Alpha is [[LoveInterest interested in romantically]])[[/note]] for Alpha's attention.
* ButtMonkey: He's very often the subject of the group's jokes, because he's easily provoked and often has an attitude/ overreacts to things, and because his friends like to tease him about his friendly rivalry with Alpha.
* [[JustForPun Kirb]] [[CurbStompBattle Stomp Battle]]: Alpha gets a criticial hit, and inflicts one on Kirb in the first episode, Kirb is often the person to inflict one on Rockoon in several episodes, and it's discussed in the show that he likes doing this to have fun when he says he's "going to play the fun part of the game" and "beat down some chumps".
** Kirb always has these inflicted on him by Alpha everytime they have a battle. Kirb even comments that Alpha'll never let him win, but he prefers it that way because he wants to win fairly.
* CharacterBlog: Available right [[http://ask-kirbopher.tumblr.com/ here]].
* DistressedDude: This is a recurring gag at Kirb's expense. He's been immobilized by other characters attacks, and his friends have had to save him three times. First with Splat when he was trapped by her slime, and then by Execk and Kindarspirit in season 2 with their own restraining moves.
* DoubleAgent: It's revealed Kirbopher is an alternate character of Zetto's and that his player is using it to give the hacker organization updates on Alpha's status while his character is possessed by the Forbidden Power. This also explains a lot of his [[GrumpyBear bitterness]] about the FiveManBand's decision to [[SourSupporter fight the hackers]]. He doesn't want to get in the way of the hackers and/or reveal his other identity to his friends. Although Zetto/Kirb seems genuinely more concerned about the virus harming someone than abusing it. To be fair, however, he's still not malicious to his friends, he just doesn't want them involved in his mess.
* FriendlyRival: With Alpha. Who he considers his sparring partner.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Choleric.
* GrumpyBear: Tends to respond to most of the team's plans with an angry attitude.
* HintDropping: In episode 7 he frequently drops hints to Archy that he's being a pest. Archy either just doesn't get it or is very persistent.
* {{Hypocrite}}: Kirbopher hates role-players and fake people, but HE's actually been LivingADoubleLife from the beginning (see Irony below).
* ICallItVera: [[AllThereInTheManual His Ask Kirbopher blog]] [[http://ask-kirbopher.tumblr.com/post/22703912996/what-do-you-think-youre-doing-here-you-overgrown reveals]] that he calls his sword "The XV", which stands for 15, his lucky number.
* AnIcePerson: One of his attacks, called "ice knives" involves ice projectiles coming out of his sword.
* {{Irony}}: For all his dislike of Role Players, he's been LivingAdoubleLife from the beginning.
* InSeriesNickname: "Kirb".
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Deep, ''deep'' down.
** The heart of gold shows itself in episode 6, when he tells Nylocke and Gamecrazed that he feels bad about the events of episode 5 and wants to apologize.
** The Kirbopher/Zetto player explicitly acknowledges in "Plan Z" that the rest of the FiveManBand - all of them, even including Nylocke and Flamegirl - were "people who I grew to love as dear friends".
* KatanasAreJustBetter: Points out on his blog that he chose a Katana because they're cool, and calls Nylocke's sword a "massive, blue ice pop".
* KilledOffForReal: Kirbopher's character model is extremely damaged by Kajet's attack and his player more or less decides to stay as Zetto from now on, but a memorial is left in Sanctuary for him with his sword stabbed into a stone with his hat on the hilt.
* TheLancer: To Alpha. Who he considered his rival at first, but he developed a friendship with him that gets deeper as the series goes on. He's also a very outspoken and loud character in contrast to Alpha's shy, and unassuming nature.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Kirbopher's is called [[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/dangerous-duo "Dangerous Duo"]], though this is not immediately obvious from the title, placement on the soundtrack album, or usage in the show itself (unlike the leitmotifs for the other four members of the FiveManBand). The name ''might'' be an allusion to the player's dual role as Kirbopher and Zetto. However, it was [[AllThereInTheManual officially confirmed]] in [[http://ask-kirbopher.tumblr.com/post/70468212472/mine-doesnt-even-have-words-because-it-doesnt his character blog]].
* LivingADoubleLife: Since Kirbopher and Zetto are two characters used by the same player he has to balance interacting with two different groups of characters, and has to act differently for both characters to avoid suspicion of this double life.
* MiseryBuildsCharacter: This seems to be the intended {{aesop}} from Kirbopher's gloominess, and attempts to make amends after Awaken The Beast. He seems to be blaming himself for his GrumpyBear moments kinda hard, to the point where it's affecting his sense of fun. On top of that everything seems to be going wrong for him during the pre-tournament, and Gemini Tournament arcs.
* MustMakeAmends: After his heated argument with Flamegirl in Awaken The Beast, he starts to feel really bad about it in the next episode, and wants to apologize. He attempts to in Episode 07, but doesn't find a good time to bring it up.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: His reaction in ''Dragon Drama'' to chewing Flamegirl out in ''Awaken The Beast'', which in the very next episode makes him worry that Flamegirl and Alpha might not even like him anymore.
* NiceHat: He says so and we think so. It gets left on his sword in the memorial in Sanctuary.
* TheNoseless: Has no nose.
* NotImportantToThisEpisodeCamp: Does not appear in Episode 03, or any of the shorts except for the Traveler's Guide.
* ObfuscatingStupidity: Possibly. Although Kirb is capable of some pretty impressive combat maneuvers (such as his fight against Sniperwheel in "Mansion Midnight"), his opponents often get the better of him. But it's hard not to get the impression he's holding back after it's been revealed that he and Zetto are one and the same. It's possible that his insistence to Alpha that he "let him" win in the first episode might have actually been true.
* TheRealMan: For him, TOME is ''all'' about the combat and he mutters angrily when he dislikes being in Sanctuary since there's no combat there.
* RedOniBlueOni: The Red Oni to Alpha's Blue Oni.
* [[SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan Sensitive Guy And Manly Guy]] The manly guy to Archy's Sensitive Guy, being the gruff, tough, and sarcastic member of the duo.
* ShortRangeGuyLongRangeGuy: The short range guy to Archy's long range guy once they team up for the tournament
* SourSupporter: Not really a fan of the whole "quest to defeat the hackers" thing. This is, of course, because he is Zetto and doesn't want Alpha to get in the way of Kizuna and his' mission.
* TwoAliasesOneCharacter: It's revealed in Episode 10 that Kirbopher and Zetto are the same player using two different characters when it's shown that both his and Zetto's eyes turn gray in the episode and it's stated to be signifying him "disconnecting" from his character and reconnecting to the other character without logging out of TOME. The only time we had seen them interact prior to TheReveal was a match in the Gemini Tournament, and the fact that Kirbopher didn't fight back or talk to Zetto ended up being a hint that both characters were controlled by the same player
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Alpha.
* WithFriendsLikeThese: With Flamegirl.

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[[folder:Flamegirl]]
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->''The quick-witted voice of reason, who keeps the boys in line, but takes charge when necessary to unleash her powerful fire-based attacks.''

-> Appears in: All Episodes except 02, 06, also in Short 04
-> Voiced by: Anna Kingsley

->[[AC:Class: Spellcaster]]
->[[AC:Power: Fire]]
->[[AC:ID No.: 008-974-659]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Stephanie]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Burbank, California, United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:
* AgeLift: Although she's still a teenager, she's a much older one compared to her original self.
* BackToBackBadasses: With Alpha at the end of episode 7
* BareYourMidriff: Her shirt cuts off at the belly. After the events of episode 7, it was no longer the case, but the bare midriff returned in episode 11.
* BattleCouple: With Alpha in the tournament
* BrainsAndBrawn: Flamegirl is the brains, Nylocke is the brawn. Flamegirl being more level-headed than Nylocke is, often brings him back to earth, when he gets too into roleplaying his character.
* BoyishShortHair: After her ImportantHairCut. She definitely doesn't mind the hairstyle either.
* CooldownHug: Brings Alpha out of the Forbidden Power's influence with one in episode 3. And Episode 7, an episode which seems to imply her touching him has some [[PowerNullifier special power]] that brings Alpha out of his demon form.
* TheChick: She keeps, the group together, and the boys in line. She's the moral center of the group. She cuts Kirb down a peg, when needed, brings Nylocke down to earth when he's too into his roleplaying, and helps Alpha learn about TOME, due to his inexperience. That said, resents Ravenfreak and Neomutant for suggesting she should be protected, and she can clearly kick anyone's butt as well as or better than any of the boys, as shown in the episodes she's focused in. She seems to be more skilled than Alpha in particular due to playing the game longer than he has.
* DashAttack: Her skill "Rocket Burn", is a dashing attack where she charges toward an opponent, while enveloping her body in flames.
* DesignatedLoveInterest: To Alpha. They've practically hooked up already, aside from making it official.
* {{Escapism}}/ HiddenDepths: Flamegirl says she plays TOME to get away from drama in real life. And now that that drama is starting to leak into her game-life as well she wishes things could be the way they were before.
* FingerGun: Her method of firing, well, fire.
* FinishingMove: The "Vulcan Rocket", a combination of the moves Vulcan Fist, and Rocket Burn that Alpha and Flamegirl use in the Gemini Tournament.
* FirstNameBasis: With Alpha, onscreen as of "The Warring Demons", but probably as far back as "Infectuation".
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Phlegmatic.
* GenreSavvy: After it was too easy to beat Odboll, she had a suspicion that there was some bigger plan in the process. She's proven right when it captures Nylocke.
* TheHeart: She's pretty much the moral center of the group. Keeping the boys in line.
* ImportantHaircut: Happens when she brings Alpha out of his demon form with a CooldownHug in episode 7. WordOfGod Says its because Ravenfreak planted her powers in her hair.
* InSeriesNickname: "Flamey" (though Saturndiva calls her "Flames" instead).
** [[StalkerWithACrush Neomutant]] was the first to call her by her ''real name'', which is apparently a big no-no in TOME (we've never seen ''anybody'' else do it before). After their RelationshipUpgrade, Alpha switches to "Stephanie" as well.
* TheLeader: Flamegirl is the leader of the anti-hacker group, despite the fact that Nylocke started it. This shows primarily in Episode 11, when Flamegirl attacks and agressively talks down Odboll without putting up with any of his [[ClusterFBomb Non]][[{{Troll}} sense]].
* {{Leitmotif}}: Flamegirl's is called "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/hot-stuff-comin-thru Hot Stuff Comin' Thru]]". As rearranged by Music/TheLivingTombstone, it doubles as the LoveTheme for Alpha and Flamey, under the title "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/michael-stephanie-by-thelivingtombstone Michael & Stephanie]]".
** However, "Hot Stuff" is often used in scenes and even episodes where Flamegirl is not present, which initially led some fans to believe that it was intended as the ;Lavendera theme. (Niosi admitted in a chat that "I can see that".)
* MaleGaze: Mostly unintentional, but sometimes we get a few butt shots of Flamey.
** Invoked by Niosi himself at one point, in reference to [[http://kirbopher15.deviantart.com/#/d5gqjl7 one of his newer promotional posters]]:
--> '''Niosi''': "There’s a few problems, mostly with Flamey’s butt. I need to butt better. I promise I’ll butt better next time."
* MercyKill: Does this to Neomutant, forcing him to log out, so that Alpha's virus powers don't hurt him in real life.
* NotImportantToThisEpisodeCamp: Does not appear in Episodes 02 or 06 (apart from brief non-speaking cameos in the latter).
* PlayingWithFire: She's a caster with fire powers.
* PowerNullifier: She can deactivate Alpha's "Forbidden Power" by touching his character.
* PowersAsPrograms: Ravenfreak attached an antivirus program to her character, which acts as a sort of KryptoniteFactor to the Forbidden Power.
* TheReveal: Flamegirl's real name is Stephanie.
* TeamMom: Also the de facto leader of the FiveManBand, though the amount of authority she has varies wildly depending on the situation.
* SupernaturalIsPurple: Has a fiery purple glow when she deactivates Alpha's Forbidden Power
* TookALevelInBadass/ {{Xenafication}}: Compared to her original character in TTA, Flamey definitely qualifies.
* TechnicolorFire: A purple flame appears around her when she's using her "powers".
* TheRealMan: Mostly interested in the combat aspect of TOME. Though seemingly not to the extent that Kirbopher is interested in it since she does take part in the social aspect often as well.
* ValleyGirl: Literally, but not personality-wise, in a [[SubvertedTrope subversion]] of the trope.
* WingsDoNothing: Wings in TOME are pretty much mostly aesthetic. Although Kirbopher claims they boost agility.
* WithFriendsLikeThese: With Kirbopher.
* WreathedInFlames: Has a "charging dash attack" that envelopes her body in flames.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Gamecrazed]]
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->''A strong, but silent type, who only speaks when he feels it's worth speaking up. He is quiet, quick, and moves like a shadow across the ground to take out his enemies.''

-> Appears in: All Episodes except 03, 07, 14
-> Voiced by: Casey Mongillo

->[[AC:Class: Morphological]]
->[[AC:Power: Shadows]]
->[[AC:ID No.: 001-234-567]]
->[[AC:Real Name: N/A]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: None]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptedOut: The human player, Nate, behind the original Gamecrazed from TTA no longer exists - or at least, doesn't play TOME in this version. The same goes for his younger brother Gamecrasher, who has no equivalent character at all.
* BigGood: Is definitely one of the most powerful members of the the main 5, even defeating Webmaster in combat. episode 15 reveals that he is a creation of [=SOFDTI=], acting as a guardian of the game and her main body while she slept
* CastingAShadow: His power is shadows.
* ChargedAttack: When equipped with the drain edge he can unleash one of these if he [[EnergyAbsorption absorbs enough damage]] by blocking.
* CombatPragmatist: Takes fighting extremely seriously, and will take just about any risk to win.
* ConservationOfNinjutsu: A lot of the time this is the reason for GC's badass moments. The show likes to pit him against multiple minor characters at once, which so far he's always gotten the advantage in combat ability from.
* DarkIsNotEvil: His dark appearance, and power over shadows convey more of a distantness to other people. He's not a bad person. In fact many people call him a NiceGuy.
* EnergyAbsorption: When equipped with the Drain Edge he can convert blocked damage into energy. He has since given it to Nylocke.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Melancholic.
* InSeriesNickname: "GC".
* InternalReveal: :In episode 13, only the music can be heard playing when he tells Nylocke why he can't go with him and the others to the D-Bug Organizations' base. Nylocke was shocked upon hearing it and Chris Niosi has said that whatever Nylocke was told will remain a mystery.
* ItHasBeenAnHonor: More or less says this to Nylocke as he praises Nylocke's selflessness and altruistic nature.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Fittingly GC's is called "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/purple-shadows Purple Shadows]]".
* LeeroyJenkins: Due to his doing anything to win, his willingness to throw himself into danger to act as a barrier to shield his friends, and taking on enemies much larger than himself head on.
* LivingShadow: Gamecrazed's character is a literal shadow person as an extension of him being of the morphological class.
** Even more so with the Season 2 finale, revealing Gamecrazed was [=SOFDTI=]'s Shadow all along.
* MadeOfIron: To what extent is still unknown, but Gamecrazed can certainly take a lot of punishment.
* MythologyGag: Turns out GC is a shadow character coming from SOFDTI's core. This brings to mind the Shadow users that came from a virus infected Motherboard in the original' season 3 (Motherboard is the original's equivalent to [=SOFDTI=]).
* MysteriousPast: To the point where it's unclear as to whether or not he's even ''human'' until TheReveal that he's [=SOFTDI's=] shadow.
* NiceGuy: Asterob thinks so. And Kirb and Nye agree with him.
* NoMouth: Probably contributes to his mysteriousness as it makes it hard to tell what he's feeling/thinking a lot of the time.
* NoSenseOfHumor: A relatively understated example, but he still stands out amongst his more humorous (and/or sarcastic) teammates.
** "Dragon Drama" proves that he actually ''does'' have a sense of humour - just an incredibly dry and understated one which he chooses to deploy only on ''very'' rare occasions.
* NotImportantToThisEpisodeCamp: Does not appear in Episodes 03, 07, or 14, or any of the shorts except for the Traveler's Guide, making him the least-frequently appearing main character.
* NotSoStoic: It's rare that he becomes visibly upset, but in episode 04 when Flamegirl suggests that the gang get together in real life - he says "it's... just not possible for me to get there" with a crestfallen look on his face. Also in episode 08; GC glares at Kirbopher when he acts upset at the tournament after asking him "What do YOU have to be upset about?".
* PurpleIsTheNewBlack: His purple color is used to indicate his dark, dry, and mysterious personality.
* PurpleIsPowerful: He's purple and one of the best players at combat in the group.
* TheQuietOne: He only speaks up if it's necessary. He's also the only member of the FiveManBand who never sings.
* RedBaron: Known outside his circle of friends as "The Purple Shadow of ;Lavendera".
* SamusIsAGirl: Downplayed, but present. The plot twist of Episode 15 doesn't come from the fact that Gamecrazed is female, it's the fact that s/he was a splinter of SOFDTI created to protect herself from the outside world and stop Rubirules.
* ShapeshifterWeapon: Since he's of the Morphological class he can transform his arm into a blade, or even morph his body into a giant hand.
* TheSmartGuy: He's very knowledgable about the mechanics of TOME, CrazyPrepared, and a clever strategist
* TheSocialExpert: Weirdly enough. Despite being a bit anti-social sometimes he's an excellent judge of character and noticed straight away that Nylocke was troubled. After the reveal that Gamecrazed was an avatar for [=SOFDTI=], this trait of his makes much more sense. He can literally read minds.
--> '''Gamecrazed''' "This area is something special isn't it?"
--> '''Hyprelynx''' "How...Wow! You're good!"
* SpannerInTheWorks: Since nobody was supposed to be at The Mansion until it was open for all the players to see, if Gamecrazed had not snuck into the mansion on the same night, the hackers' plan to steal the drain weapons in episode 2 would have succeeded.
* SpockSpeak: From the first episode you see he speaks with very good grammar, avoids slang, and contractions and sounds very intelligent and distant because of it.
* TheStoic: The whole NoMouth thing helps here, as it makes it much harder to tell when he's actually "smiling".
* VocalEvolution: Gamecrazed's voice gradually increases in pitch as Gamecrazed gets a better understanding of emotions through interacting with the others.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Nylocke]]
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->''A bumbling, over-the-top medieval role player with a heart of gold, and a massive blade of ice.''

-> Appears in: All Episodes except 07, also in Shorts 03, and 06
-> Voiced by: Martin "Creator/LittleKuriboh" Billany

->[[AC:Class: Swordsman]]
->[[AC:Power: Ice]]
->[[AC:ID No.: 001-111-111]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Knutsford, England, United Kingdom]]

!!![[MadlibsCatchphrase NNNNYLOCKE! Master Of]] Having The Most Trope Associations!:
* AgeLift: The original Nylocke was a teenage American, but here, he's a full-grown British adult.
* AdaptationalNationality: The original Nylocke was a teenager from America (though a huge Fanboy of Japanese culture). Here, Nylocke is a full-grown adult from Knutsford, England; who's Fanboy Japanese has been swapped out for YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe.
* AnimalEyes: While they're normally drawn without any pupils, in one gloomy scene where a troubled Nylocke, breaks character his pupils become slit, and reptile-like.
* BadassBeard / ExpositoryHairstyleChange: The sixth short reveals how he got his "stalwart stubble". he took a bit of Serpentine's slashed off facial hair and equipped it as a power up. He was literally GrowingTheBeard in terms of CharacterDevelopment and learning how much his actions affect others around him, such as Serpentine and Demonking. His bangs which used to hang to the side of his head are now pulled back more out of his eyes and behind his ears as well. His first appearance with the new look was in Episode 08.
* BeneathTheMask: Nylocke broke character when he spoke to Gamecrazed in episode 06 and revealed that he's just a normal guy and that he sees life as difficult and TOME is the only downtime he has. The events of episode 5 have really gotten to him.
* BecomingTheMask: Gets ''way'' too in-character compared to any of his comrades, and refuses to break character even under serious circumstances.
* BewareTheSillyOnes: A rare example of a SupportingProtagonist being this. Usually triggers when his [[ThePowerOfFriendship friends]] [[BerserkButton are in trouble]]. And no he's not that other [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass silly badass trope]], because it's [[ObfuscatingStupidity the character]] [[TheRolePlayer he's playing]] that's silly.
* {{BFS}}: Wields a very large blade of ice. Bonus points for resting it across his shoulder while idle.
* BigGood: Nylocke started the ''quest to stop the hackers'' and despite all of his eccentricities, he's the closest thing to this that TOME has. That was, until SOFDTI's existance was revealed, and the Netkings were revealed to be GoodAllAlong in Episode 00.
* TheBigGuy: Focused a lot on heavy damage with his broadsword and ice attacks. But he's also very big in stature compared to the rest of the group.
* BladeAcrossTheShoulder: Sometimes when he's just standing idly by he'll rest his, huge blade of ice over his shoulder.
* BrainsAndBrawn: Flamegirl is the brains, Nylocke is the brawn. Flamegirl being more level-headed than Nylocke is, often brings him back to earth, when he gets too into roleplaying his character.
* BreakoutCharacter: It's evident that he's very popular among the fanbase due to his larger than life personality, and taking first place in the popularity poll. Although he's not without a few haters in the comments of the videos.
* CatchPhrase / VerbalTic: "''Whoosh!''," used whenever he's dashing offscreen. Then there's his "NYCOKE, MASTER/DRAGON OF..." line, of course.
* CharacterDevelopment: Whether it's the player or the character he's roleplaying getting this is up for debate, but Nylocke has come to realize that he's made some thoughtless mistakes and learnt from them after facing the consequences of his actions and it shows.
* ChargedAttack: After GC gives him the drain edge as a gift he can unleash a charged attack if the drain edge [[EnergyAbsorption absorbs enough damage by blocking.]]
* ADayInTheLimelight: "Dragon Drama" is definitely this kind of episode for Nylocke. Not only does he get all the screen-time, and a theme song despite being a supporting protagonist. Niosi also described it as "a character study" of Nylocke in this episode's commentary.
* The {{Deuteragonist}}: The Deuteragonist is also called "The Impact character", and boy does Nylocke leave one. A phenomenal amount of episodes, and two shorts give Nylocke quite a bit of screen time, and a lot of effort is put in to show his point of view on the show's events. Niosi has said that Nylocke represents an element of [[BigGood "goodness"]] in the show, and with his heroism, and his drive to fight the hackers it really shows. To the point where he often overshadows the ''main hero'', Alpha, a lot of the time. There's also a lot of focus on Nylocke balancing his sense of fun, and positivity with the dramatic events in the show. Overall in terms of character development he received a major upgrade from his role as a sort of [[DragonBall "Yamcha"]] in the original series, (as one of the staff phrased it in the ''Dragon Drama'' commentary) to become a very important character.
* DraconicHumanoid: Nylocke's character is a "Dragon Man". He won his Dragon Man character by being the [[MythologyGag 1,111,111th player]] to register to play TOME.
* {{Escapism}}/ HiddenDepths Nylocke admits that outside of TOME he's just "an ordinary chap". He goofs off in TOME as a way to let off steam, and escape life's problems. Because of this if anything gets in the way of his sense of fun he tries to block it out. He's aware of it though, and struggles with this because he also wants help his friends.
* EnergyAbsorption: After GC gives him the drain edge as a gift he can convert blocked damage into energy.
* FieryRedhead: Loud, very passionate, strong and positive. with an outgoing personality, and strong interest in good and heroism. Also a bit of a motormouth sometimes.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Sanguine.
* FullNameBasis: Nylocke is the only character who regularly addresses Flamegirl and Gamecrazed by their full usernames (along with Kirbopher, at least when he pronounces it correctly), as part of his role playing. A sure sign that he's broken character in "Dragon Drama" is him casually referring to Kirbopher as simply "Kirb".
* GRatedDrug: Is under a coffee high during the tournament, and a 2 day grinding session before. Making him much more of a MotorMouth than usual.
-->'''Nylocke''' ''[[MotorMouth ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-FIVE CUPS PER HOUR!!]]''
* IHaveManyNames/ OverlyLongName: Nylocke's many titles. This is even [[LampShadeHanging lamp shaded]] by Nylocke himself in his themesong.
* AnIcePerson: His power is ice, and there's his main title "Dragon of the cold steel" referencing his sword.
* InSeriesNickname: "Nye".
* ItsPersonal: Nylocke's stated reason for choosing to fight Rubirules.
* KirkSummation: He will often make one of these prior to engaging his enemy in combat. Surprisingly, they've been known to work on occasion.
* LargeHam: Due largely to his roleplaying a mideival hero, his NoIndoorVoice and his many catchphrases
* {{Leitmotif}}: "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/dragon-of-the-cold-steel Dragon of the Cold Steel]]", which first appears in Episode 01, and by Episode 06 is rearranged, given lyrics, and turned into [[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/album/nylockes-theme-song Nylocke's Theme Song]].
* LivingADoubleLife: In real life he's just an "ordinary chap", but in TOME He's NYLOCKE! "Master Knight",[[IHaveManyNames "Dragon Warrior"]] [[OverlyLongName "Dragon of the Cold Steel!"]]
* LoveHurts: Nylocke's backstory includes at least one failed romance which obviously still affects him.
* MadLibsCatchPhrase: "NYLOCKE! Dragon/master of..."
* ManChild: He's apparently the oldest of the main characters (in his late 20s, according to Niosi), but in some ways the most emotionally immature.
* MotorMouth: He gets carried away sometimes when he's ''really'' into his character. Seems almost euphoric for him.
* NiceGuy: Nylocke may be eccentric, but he's definitely a nice guy who has no intentions of hurting anyone and when he does, he tries to make things right.
* NoIndoorVoice: Mostly because of his hamminess while roleplaying. He speaks in a booming baritone.
* NotImportantToThisEpisodeCamp: After being the only character to appear in each of the first six episodes, he finally does not appear in episode 07.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: LITERALLY! If he breaks character, you know something big is about to happen.
* OutOfSightOutOfMind: Nylocke decides to rid the virtual world of the [[SealedEvilInACan now trapped]] Forbidden Power "once and for all"! By ''chucking the thing all the way into the sanctuary region!'' Hilariously the top comment for the episode is even someone posting the page quote for this trope. And [[HilariousInHindsight more ironically]] [[Creator/LittleKuriboh Nylocke's voice actor]] is the source of the quote itself. Real!Kirbopher has said in the episode 10 commentary that the reference was intentional.
* PointyEars: Because he's a dragon person, it emphasizes the in-game character isn't an ordinary human.
* TheRolePlayer: Though there's a couple of moments where he comes close to breaking character...and a couple more instances where he does so outright.
* SayingSoundEffectsOutLoud: Aside from his catchphrase "''whoosh!''" He also did this while making a [[ShoutOut reference]] to a Looney Tunes episode of Daffy duck when he shouted things like "parry!" "dodge!" "thrust!"
* SecretKeeper: When he asks Gamecrazed why he won't go to the D-Bug Organization's base in episode 13, GC tells him why as only the background music can be heard. Upon hearing it Nylocke is clearly shocked by what GC told him, when Nylocke meets up with Flamegirl and Alpha he doesn't tell them why Gamecrazed wouldn't be coming.
* ShipperOnDeck: For Alpha/Flamegirl.
** Oddly enough, Creator/LittleKuriboh himself seems to be a Nylocke/Whyti shipper. [[http://kirbopher.tumblr.com/image/38729911326 He requested that Kirbopher draw this sketch of them.]]
* ShipTease: With Whyti. He plays her knight in shining armor rather well...
* SociallyAwkwardHero: Nylocke has trouble dealing with emotional situations - often evading them whenever he is confronted by them - and has been shown to be surprisingly cavalier about the feelings of others in the past. This is despite being a very popular and gregarious player overall, and makes for a good contrast with the quiet and mysterious - but highly perceptive and insightful - Gamecrazed.
* SparingTheAces: In the final battle of the Gemini Tournament Nylocke is put in a position where Zetto is severely weakened and could have easily been defeated with one last attack. But he spares him and throws the match in hope that his undeserved [[PyrrhicVictory "victory"]] will make Zetto grow as a person, and lighten up a little bit.
* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Replacing the anime influences of his speech in the original, it emphasizes that he's play acting a character. Nylocke does live in [[UnitedKingdom England]] though so there's probably some influence there. Although the scene with the quest giver seems to imply that this is the default roleplaying syntax.

[[/folder]]

!Friends & Allies

[[folder:Whyti]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 01, 03, 08; Short 04 (cameo in 13)
-> Voiced by: Apphia Yu

->[[AC:Class: Spellcaster]]
->[[AC:Power: Snow]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Tokyo, Japan]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationNameChange: her name was changed to "Whyti" in the reboot.
* AnIcePerson:Her power is snow. She attacks by freezing people with blizzards.
* BreakoutCharacter: Winner of the "Favorite Supporting Character" poll by a clear margin.
* FormFittingWardrobe: Her clothes really stick close to her body like superhero spandex.
* ShipperOnDeck: For Alpha/Flamegirl.
* ShipTease: With Nylocke in Episode 3. Oh so much.
--> '''Whyti:''' [[BorrowedCatchphrase ''Whoosh~!'']]
* [[ThoseTwoGuys Those Two Girls]]: With Saturndiva.
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: The Girly Girl to Saturndiva's Tomboy. Emphasized by her more elegant attire, polite terminology, and an overt focus on the romantic aspects of things.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Saturndiva]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 01, 03, 08; Short 04, (Cameo in 13)
-> Voiced by: SarahWilliams

->[[AC:Class: Fighter]]
->[[AC:Power: Double Blades]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* BladeBelowTheShoulder: Has two detachable boomerang blades on her arms.
* CurbStompBattle: Pulls one off on [[CombatReferee the announcer Foreva]] who Saturndiva finds ''really irritating''.
* LeotardOfPower: Her outfit resembles a one-peice swimsuit.
* PrecisionGuidedBoomerang: Her weapon of choice.
* ShipperOnDeck: For Alpha/Flamegirl.
* [[ThoseTwoGuys Those Two Girls]]: With Whyti.
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: The Tomboy to Whyti's Girly Girl. Emphasized in her far more form fitting clothing, blunt attitude and informal mannerisms. One of which is a nose rub.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Sniperwheel]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 02, 04, 08, 09
-> Voiced by: Jon "WebVideo/JonTron" Jafari

->[[AC:Class: Mechanical]]
->[[AC:Power: Arsenal]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: New York, New York, United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationNameChange: His name was Sniperwave in the original, it was changed to Sniperwheel to make more sense with the alterations to his appearance in the reboot.
* UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents: Speaks with a very pronounced Noo Yawk accent.
* BoisterousBruiser: He's quite bombastic, and loves boasting about his skills.
* BreakoutCharacter: Ranked third in the Supporting Characters poll, despite (at the time of the poll) appearing in only one battle scene, all the way back in "Mansion Midnight", followed by a cameo in "Fraggedquest". [[WebVideo/JonTron His voice actor]] may have something to do with that...
* {{BFG}}: Sniperwheel essentially ''is'' one of these.
* ChewingTheScenery: A lot of his funniest bits come from ''[[WebVideo/JonTron Jon's]]'' use of emphasis and extreme emotion in his acting for Sniperwheel. A lot of the time this happens when he's getting ready for a fight or trash talking.
** ComicalOverreacting: On one occasion in ''Gemini Tournament Yin''.
--> '''Asterob''': "''Augh. How did I let him talk me into this?''"
--> '''Sniperwheel''': "''HEY! You're not complaining are you? BECAUSE THAT SOUNDED LIKE COMPLAINING!''"
-->'''Asterob''': ''"No! No! [[ApologisesALot I'm sorry! I'm sorry!]]"''
* CreepyLongFingers: Comes with being of the mechanical class. His fingers are long sharp, and metallic.
* FantasticFragility: While his "headcannon" is an extremely powerful move his breakdown says it takes a great amount of time to charge, during which he's vulnerable to attacks. Kirbopher demonstrates how you can take advantage of this drawback as early as episode 02.
* FinishingMove: His "Headcannon" attack is used this way on opponents where his other moves aren't enough to finish them. It's an extremely powerful {{BFG}} that shoots a giant laser beam. His character breakdown says it's an attack that "covers the entire length of the battlefield".
* MotorMouth: A lot of his funny moments comes from him doing this while making witty banter before and during a fight.
* {{Pun}}
-->" It's my [[{{BFG}} Headcannon]]. And in my [[{{Canon}} Headcanon]], you die!"
* SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan: The Manly Man to Asterob's Sensitive Guy when they team up for the Gemini Tournament.
* ShoutOut: Makes one to a lyric in the theme song "Battle On".
--> '''Sniperwheel''': ''"[[MotorMouth Oh I see what yer doing there! Yeah! You got tricks! I got tricks! You heard the song? I've got a bag full of em!]]"''
* SwissArmyWeapon / SwissArmyAppendage: Sniperwheel essentially IS one of these. He launches bombs and unlocks cannons from his chest, and can shift his arm into a RayGun.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Asterob]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 02, 04, 08, 09, (Cameo in 13)
-> Voiced by: Lawrence "[[Creator/MasakoX [=MasakoX=]]]" Simpson

->[[AC:Class: Fighter]]
->[[AC:Power: Reflection]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Rob?]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Scunthorpe, England, United Kingdom]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AchillesHeel: Take away his shield and he's pretty useless.
* ApologisesALot: Takes a moment to apologize even when he doesn't really need to. It's used as a gag, and it's been said by Niosi that this is [[ActorAllusion inspired from his voice actor]], who is very polite, and apologetic in real life.
* BritishStuffiness: He's a bit reserved, but his stuffiness mostly comes about when Kirb and Nye trespass on the mansion before it's ready for the players.
* ChargedAttack: He can use one when his shield [[EnergyAbsorption absorbs enough energy by blocking attacks.]]
* ChekhovsGun: His shield and Drain Edge later prove to have much more use than merely for battle. They are able to absorb and contain the Forbidden Power.
* EnergyAbsorption: His shield absorbs damage from attacks and turns it into energy.
* TheGlassesComeOff: During his match against Nylocke and Gamecrazed, he removes his glasses and hat before declaring he's ready to give a serious fight.
* IAmVeryBritish: It's a running joke that he accentuates his british mannerisms.
* LetsGetDangerous: He makes a dynamic sprite change to fight Nylocke seriously as the only Brit to win the Gemini Tournament.
* LuckilyMyShieldWillProtectMe: His main strategy in battle is to throw bombs, while he blocks attacks with his shield. If his shield blocks enough damage he can unleash a ChargedAttack.
* NerdGlasses: Has very thick glasses that don't seem to leave much room for his nose. Clearly inspired from the voice actor's appearance, but also may have something to do with the character being a graphics designer.
* PrecisionGuidedBoomerang: With his shield.
* SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan: The Sensitive Guy to Sniperwheel's Manly Man when they team up for the Gemini Tournament. This contrast of personality actually pushes Asterob into getting fed up with people treating him as weak.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Granda]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 01, 03, 04, 08
-> Voiced by: Kimlinh "[=Hnilmik=]" Tran

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: Stegosaurus]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Saigon, Vietnam]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: Themed after a Stegosaurus with dinosaur themed attacks, and a costume.
* CurbStompBattle: Has been on the receiving end and ''giving'' end.
* CuteAndPsycho: This is PlayedForLaughs mostly. T-Bones and Flamegirl both say they find Granda cute, But Granda has a HairTriggerTemper and is shown many times ranting about hurting people horribly. It was thought to be mostly trashtalk until she actually acted on it via her CurbStompBattle against Nylocke in ''Fraggedquest''
* HairTriggerTemper: As Nylocke found out [[CurbStompBattle the hard way]].
* [[MagmaMan Magma Dinosaur]]: Seems to be able to generate lava from her mouth.
* TheRival: Considers herself this to Nylocke.
* SomebodyDoesntLoveRaymond: The only character (other than Serpentine, a [[TheRolePlayer role-playing]] PunchClockVillain) who expresses a dislike for Nylocke. So far this hasn't been the focus of its own plot, beyond her beating him to a pulp.
* SuddenlyShouting: Says something innocent, then turns it into a psychotic rant.
* TookALevelInBadass: In "Highest Form of Flattery", Nylocke defeats her ''ten'' consecutive times. But in ''the very next episode'', she [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown trounces him immediately]].

[[/folder]]

[[folder:T-Bones]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 01, 03, 08
-> Voiced by: Andy Dennis

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: Tyrannosaurus]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: Themed after a Tyrannosarurus with dinosaur themed attacks, and a costume.
* UsefulNotes/{{Scotland}}: Fares from Scotland.
* ViolentGlaswegian: Subverted; he is far more temperate and reasonable than Granda.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Hyprelynx]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 06, 08
-> Voiced by: Jessi "[[WebVideo/PokemonTheBridgedSeries Nowacking]]" Nowack

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: Strobes]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationNameChange: Renamed to "Hyprelynx" in the reboot her name was "Hamstar" in the original.
* BadassAdorable: She and Elescope teamed up without hesitation to help Nylocke and Gamecrazed.
* BreakoutCharacter: Won second place in the supporting character poll, and has an important role in episode 6.
* FanGirl: Quickly becomes one for Nylocke.
* GenkiGirl: Very energetic and enthusiastic about playing TOME. Especially after meeting Nylocke, who enjoys her company, and encourages her for it.
* HolyHandGrenade: One of her attacks, as noted by Nylocke, is light based.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Elescope]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 01, 06, 08
-> Voiced by: Mike "[[WebVideo/PokemonTheBridgedSeries 1Kids]]" Hecht

->[[AC:Class: Mechanical ]]
->[[AC:Power: Electric]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationNameChange: He was renamed in the reboot his former name was "Thunder256"
* EarlyBirdCameo: The last of the team Nylocke put together back in Episode 1 to reappear in Episode 6 (The others including Granda, T-Bones, Whyti and Saturndiva,) but uniquely Elescope is the only one who doesn't seem to be actually known by Nye or GC after that first episode.
* NiceGuy: He's a very thoughtful a helpful player, and a good friend to Hyprelynx.
* ShockAndAwe: One of his attacks. Nylocke calls him " Sir Elescope of the lightning strike"

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Archy]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 07, 08
-> Voiced by: Creator/MicahSolusod.

->[[AC:Class: Fighter]]
->[[AC:Power: Magical Archery]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationNameChange: His name was "Ericho" in the original.
* AnIcePerson: He has ice arrows.
* ArrowsOnFire: One of his arrow attacks are writhed in fire
* CannotSpitItOut: Has a real hard time asking Kirbopher directly that he wants to team up with him in the tournament.
* TheCutie: Adorable, kind, helpful, curious and naive. In contrast to Kirbopher's GrumpyBear, GenreSavvy, and sarcastic tendencies.
* HintDropping: Tries to show off his arrows to give Kirb a reason to team up in the tournament.
* HolyHandGrenade: His Light arrows, which are also interchangeable with ShockAndAwe.
* InnocentBlueEyes: Being one of the youngest characters in the show he's portrayed as being one of the most innocent. And clueless.
* LongRangeFighter: Due to his character being archer themed.
* NiceGuy: He's definitely very polite, and anybody who would persist in trying to ask Kirbopher to join the tournament even with all his yelling and vitriol is undoubtedly good at heart.
* NiceHat: Probably a reference to ''Disney/RobinHood'' since both characters are archers.
* [[PoisonedWeapons Poison Arrows]]: Has some "funky poison arrows"
* [[SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan Sensitive Guy And Manly Guy]] The Sensitive guy to Kirbopher's Manly Guy, being the shy, adorable, and [[NiceGuy nicer member]] of the duo.
* ShortRangeGuyLongRangeGuy: The long range guy to Kirbopher's short range guy once they team up for the tournament
* ShockAndAwe: Interchangable with HolyHandGrenade as noted for other characters, although they're arrows with electric sparks.
* TagAlongKid: To Kirbopher who he pesters into letting him team up in the Gemini Tournament.
* TooDumbToLive: Archy and Rockoon recreate a classic gag from WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes, when Rockon asks him to hold one of his bombs as a favor. Archy, being naive and helpful, takes it cheerfully. He gets caught in the bomb's explosion, and dies in their first round of the Tournament.

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!The Hackers

[[folder:Tigerlilly ]]
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-> Appears in: All Episodes except 01, 04, 08, 09
-> Voiced by: Imogen Fox

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: ///]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Unknown]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AllThereInTheManual: Tigerlilly's name was first revealed on the TOME Facebook page.
* AnimalMotifs: Often attributed to cats as a theme. First being with a logo based off of one. Justified when it's revealed Tigerlily's a giant cat.
* BatmanGambit: Tigerlilly tends to form her plans based on how the main characters would usually act in a situation. Like Alpha being baited into "saving" Flamegirl in episode 03 so they can provoke him into using the Forbidden Power or Flamegirl being able to pacify the FB with the power they planted on her because she's generally always hanging out with Alpha when they're both logged in, and knowing that she would still willingly help him when she figured it out. as examples. The reason this works out is because She has Zetto/Kirb feeding her info on Alpha's Status, and is also spying on the main characters in her small cat form.
* BeastOfBattle: Modelled after a giant cat, and fierce as any beast in battle, taking out even Gamecrazed at one point.
* ExtraEyes: Has four eyes instead of two.
* FluffyTheTerrible: Has a cute name despite being very threatening in person.
* GlowingEyesOfDoom/ GlowingMechanicalEyes: Used to make the character intimidating, and portray the character as someone not to be reckoned with.
* {{Griefer}}: Tigerlilly harasses the main characters with cheapshots starting in "Awaken the Beast"
* KnightOfCerebus: The show takes a darker turn after Tigerlilly appears.
* {{Leitmotif}}: "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/the-hacker-factor The Hacker Factor]]", shared with all the other hackers.
* LoudOfWar: Harrasses and stuns the other characters in real life with an ear-piercing roar. Probably stuns them through a loud sound going through their headphones.
* MakeMeWannaShout: Tigerlilly's roar attack, which can also be visibly seen as green sound waves.
* MightyGlacier: Her [[http://kirbopher.tumblr.com/post/71541445432/username-kizuna-location-unknown-us-class character breakdown]] states that Tigerlilly trades speed for her amazing offensive power.
* MightyRoar: Has a very unsettling loud roar.
* MysteriousWatcher: She uses a smaller cat form to watch the main characters discreetly.
* NighInvulnerable: Nothing short of Demon Alpha has inflicted any significant damage.
* TheVoice: Until TheReveal the only visual clue we had to this mastermind's identity was a crudely-drawn logo.
* TheWorfEffect: In ''Awaken the Beast'' Tigerlilly winds up on both ends of the trope--first [[NoSell shrugging off]] Gamecrazed's Drain Edge and swatting him apart, and then being blown into LudicrousGibs by Demon Alpha and Rubirules.

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[[folder:Rockoon]]
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-> Appears in: Episodes 01, 04, 05, 08, 13; Short 01, 05
-> Voiced by: Deven Mack, Jr.

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: Explosives]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Rodney Rockwell]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AlliterativeName: His real name, Rodney Rockwell - probably a nod to some of the characters who inspired him, such as [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck]]. (Interestingly, he's the only player whose full name is revealed to the audience.)
* AssimilationBackfire: In ''Fraggedquest'' he hacks and merges his character with the Shadowguard Beast quest mob, giving him massive size and power. At the same time he inherits its intended kill strategy, involving a specific sequence of elemental attacks. He plans for this, removing Alpha from the battle because he's the party's only [[ShockAndAwe lightning-element]], basically making him unbeatable... if not for Alpha getting back in using his virus power.
* BerserkButton: Don't ever call him a "rodent".
* BlackEyesOfCrazy: His eyes have Black sclera combined with red eyes, and he's clearly crazy or at least playing a crazy guy, while playing TOME.
* BreakoutVillain: A big part of the reason he reappears so much compared to the other hackers is because of his popularity with the fanbase.
* CreepyLongFingers: His fingers are long black animal claws. While they do accentuate his villainous traits, they're also used for a digging attack. So they're not purely aesthetic.
* CurbStompBattle: Generally on the receiving end at Kirb's hands. It's also discussed in Episode 08 as a pun when attempting a final blow on Kirbopher, where he literally tries to stomp a "Kirb".
---> '''Rockoon''': ''[[IAlwaysWantedToSayThat I've always wanted to say this]]. [[CurbStompBattle KIIIIIIIRB STOOOOMMMP]]!''
* DespairEventHorizon: Learning that Skeight was Doubling ''breaks him''.
* FangsAreEvil: Has jagged sharp teeth. Although his character's based off a carnivorous animal they way it's used would still allude to his tendency to do things ForTheEvulz.
* GoldfishPoopGang: He's very much a comedic recurring character with a tendency to cause pesky inconveniences for the main characters. Although he can become a threat to them too as shown in ''Fraggedquest''.
* GoshDangItToHeck: The "good little Christian boy" doesn't curse, forced to rely on this, "Motherscratchers." One of his first lines is even "Well, Darn me to Heck!"
** Hence why it's so startling when he actually swears ("I don't give a damn!") and really leads up to the [[TearJerker tearjerker of him running Skeight off and realizing too late who he was.]]
* GravityIsAHarshMistress: Rockoon re-creates this classic gag at the end of "Fraggedquest".
* {{Griefer}}: Of all the hackers, he fits this description best, for his taking amusement in relentlessly annihilating, groups of common players. That was, until [[{{Jerkass}} Odboll}}]] came onto the scene...
* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: How Kirbopher defeats him in ''You've Gotta Virus''.
* HeelFaceTurn: Gets to have one in the finale when he starts typing an apology to Doubling we get to see that he's changed a lot for the better. He then chickens out, deletes the message, and saves Archy from being picked on by [[{{Jerkass}} Odboll]].
* HiddenDepths: Episode 4's fact bubble special says Rockoon genuinely likes animals and knows quite a bit about them, being a know it all about it, which also attributes to his frustrations of being called a Rodent.
* IAmNotWeasel: "Raccoons are not part of the Rodent family and are more closely related to bears so heeeeeeey."
* ItAmusedMe: Unlike most of the other hackers, who are in it for [[OnlyInItForTheMoney strictly financial reasons]], Rockoon takes genuine pleasure in his handiwork.
* LargeHam: He has his moments. Especially when roleplaying.
* MadBomber: Has tons of fun blowing up the players, and landscape of ;Lavendera with his explosives. Laughing, and smiling with glee the whole time he's doing it.
* MotorMouth: He likes to talk a lot. When joined with Doubling he's constantly told to shut up.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: When Rockoon finally puts together Skeight is really Doubling right after sending him off Rockoon breaks down into tears.
** MyGreatestSecondChance: He attempts to swallow his pride and apologize to Doubling[=/=]Skeight but changes his mind. When he sees Archy being bullied by Odboll, he then step in to saves him and offers a hand to him, allowing him another shot at friendship.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: Despite Rockoon normally subsituting swears he tells off Skeight with "I don't give a DAMN!"
* OneWingedAngel / FusionDance: He hacks into the Shadow Guard Beast, merging with it to transform into a massive demonic version of himself in "Fraggedquest". It made him a significantly greater threat than normal, with all attacks on him being a NoSell.
* PaletteSwap: He created a bright red alternate character called "Rackoon" so he wouldn't be barred from entering the Gemini Tournament. He's mocked for this.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: To emphasize his tendency to do antagonize other characters ForTheEvulz, and his being a hacker.
* ScrewySquirrel: Rockoon is essentially a modern-day Tex Avery character (and {{homage}} to the WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes in general).
* SelfServingMemory: His flashback of why Doubling left, is modified so he has more reason to blame Doubling, and feel sorry for himself. Still, it's pretty funny.
* ShoutOut: Many to pop culture. But in particular his running animation is a reference to the spinning of Taz the Tasmanian Devil in ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''.
* TalkativeLoon: As he himself notes:
-->"Wow. I talk funny."
* TheEndIsNigh: Parodied in ''The Infiltration Mission'', when Rockoon waves around a sign that says "Game Over" while ranting about how the video game might be cancelled. The situation is ironically much more serious than he thinks it is.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Doubling in "You've Gotta Virus" and the "Hackers" short. Flew solo in "Fraggedquest", though.
** Sadly, in "Awaken the Beast", he refers to Doubling as his "former associate".
* ThrowDownTheBomblet: Rockoon's Power is explosives.
* {{Trickster}}: Openly mocks and breaks the rules and limits of the game. Creates chaos in the virtual world of TOME. Tricks, deceives, steals, and tries to be a general nuisance to other players (mostly the heroes) for his own amusement. Finally he's definitely inspired by ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' characters.
* {{Troll}}: Basically is one due to his actions as a {{trickster}}. Chris Niosi says most of the hackers were inspired by real internet trolls.
-->"U mad?"
* UnusualEuphemism: Unlike Doubling, he does not curse, instead preferring to use these.
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Doubling. Although his language is much more tame since doesn't curse. He genuinely enjoys their exchanges, constantly grinning while they trade insults.

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[[folder:Doubling]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 01, 02; Short 01, 05
-> Voiced by: Eddie Bosco

->[[AC:Class: Morphological]]
->[[AC:Power: Morphing Slime]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: Despite his claim that he hates video games and would never return to TOME, Doubling created an alternate account in the form of Skeight (see below) to help Rockoon.
* AllThereInTheManual: Niosi writes in Skeight's breakdown, that Doubling developed an attachment to Rockoon in the hackers short, and started to miss his antics with Rockoon after he left TOME. Being too prideful to show his face again he created a new character, to try and fool Rockoon into thinking he's a fanboy of his, and join him in the tournament.
* BlobMonster: His character is a giant slime.
* ClusterBleepBomb: Has the biggest potty mouth of anyone in the series thus far.
* GrowingMusclesSequence: His Workout ability.
* HesBack: As of Short #5.
* JerkJock: If worrying about his hacking job cutting into his sports alongside his general demeanor is any indication.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Quits TOME in a huff, after getting a taste of the Forbidden Power leaving Rockoon behind, but then he returns as Skeight to save Rockoon from an angry mob of common players. Doubles as a HiddenHeartOfGold because he's stubbornly hiding this from Rockoon.
* LetsGetDangerous: "Kid gloves ''off'', [bleep]wad."
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Moreso than most of the other hackers, as he hates video games and has plenty of other hobbies
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: "Holy sh**, FORGET THIS! You are NOT worth what they're paying me! Freak!"
** Extended so far as for him to permanently quit TOME than risk physical harm again. Until he decides to return as Skeight.
-->"This ain't Film/{{Inception}}, I ain't in TheMatrix!"
* SiblingRivalry: He and his younger sister are both hackers and compete for work; he reluctantly recommends her to d-buggers.org only when he gets a taste of the Forbidden Power and wants nothing more to do with TOME.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Rockoon.
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Rockoon. Apparently enjoying their exchanges more than he wants to admit as [[HesBack his big return]] reveals.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Splat]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 02
-> Voiced by: [[Series/TheAdventuresOfPeteAndPete Alison Fanelli]]

->[[AC:Class: Morphological]]
->[[AC:Power: Adhesive Slime]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* CastingGag: Identified as the sister of another character, the actress who plays Splat is the sister of another ''actor''.
* OneShotCharacter: Appears only in "Mansion Midnight". After Gamecrazed dispatches of her, he informs Asterob that "the one I just took care of will not bother you again". He was true to his word.
* PrecisionFStrike: Splat is more judicious in her use of profanity than Doubling.
* SiblingRivalry: She and her older brother are both hackers competing for each other's work. She's recommended to d-buggers.org for a mission by Doubling when he decides to quit TOME.
* SlimeGirl: Her powers are slime based like her brother, and she can transform into various slime based shapes with her abilities.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Unlike her brother Doubling before her, and Ravenfreak after her, she is not seen being debriefed by d-buggers.org.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Demonking]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 03, 08; Short 03, 06
-> Voiced by: Anthony "[=AntfishTAS=]" Sardinha

->[[AC:Class: Spellcaster]]
->[[AC:Power: Hellfire]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Drumheller, Alberta, Canada]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* ApologisesALot / ApologeticAttacker: "Sorry" is even his first line.
* AntiVillain: Has sympathetic motives, seems genuinely apologetic for the chaos he unleashes upon ;Mechcity, and is even successfully redeemed by Nylocke through KirkSummation.
* BeardOfEvil / ExpositoryHairstyleChange: Appears in Short 06 with a short moustache and beard combo. It's used to emphasize his role as an evil rival after his FaceHeelTurn.
* BigEntrance: Twice. Once in episode three he flies down into battle with a fiery explosion as he appears. And then again in Short 06 in which He brings a ''whole cliffside'' with him and crashes the large purple rock into the ground at Nylocke's feet so that he "can look down upon" Nylocke.. Both are awesome entrances indeed.
* BigRedDevil: His character model draws some inspiration from the classic devil design.
* BlackEyesOfCrazy: His eyes have red irises on a black sclera. It's likely Demonking's player intentionally designed his character that way to be intimidating. they sure make him look intimidating in Short 06.
* CanadaEh: Fits the "says sorry all the time" sterotype at the very least.
* FriendlyEnemy: After he makes up with Nylocke, the dragon encourages Demonking to continue as a villain. Though now it's all in good fun as a pair of roleplayers.
* {{Hellfire}}: His power is casting "hellfires".
* HeelFaceTurn: Appears to have turned to the side of the heroes after episode 3 after he befriends Nylocke.
** FaceHeelTurn: Possible? Considering what happened at the end of the Nylocke's Day Off short... :S
*** In a blink-and-miss moment in Episode 8, he's seen staring at Nylocke from the arena after Flamegirl runs off to find Alpha, so it seems likely this is the case.
*** HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: But it ultimately becomes this in that Demonking, despite now being a villain, is more of a roleplayer just like Nylocke. The latter of which encourages this to make amends for offending him.
* IncomingHam:
--> " *using a hammy evil voice* ''Since I thought this was a such a special occasion I thought I'd bring my own cliff with which to look down upon you! NYLOCKE! Master of being too easily surprised! ahahaha!''"
* LargeHam: He becomes this when he starts roleplaying a villainious rival to get back at Nylocke. Plus his actor used a similar voice to his rendition of Dio Brando in a ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure [[TheAbridgedSeries Abridged Series]]''. Making it double as a ShoutOut. Even his entrance and exit are hammy. He flies away forebodingly as he bids Nylocke farewell.
* MinionWithAnFInEvil: The first word out of his mouth is "sorry", he always says "please", ''and'' he doesn't want to "burn this nice lookin' park or anything".
** Then he TookALevelInBadass and showed HeReallyCanAct as a villain by having a MUCH more sinister voice, dialogue, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and styling mustache]].
* OnlyInItForTheMoney:
--> "They said if I did this they'd pay me enough to go back to school... I just wanna go back to school. Is that so much to ask?"
* PlayingWithFire: as noted above he's a fire spell caster.
* PointyEars: Since his character is a demon. Like Nylocke it's probably intentionally chosen by the character's player to emphasize the character as different from ordinary humans in-game.
* PunchClockVillain: See above.
* SwiperNoSwiping: Nylocke merely tells Demonking to stop hacking, because it's wrong, and he does, which is PlayedForLaughs
* WalkingShirtlessScene: Wears no shirt.

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[[folder:Ravenfreak]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 03
-> Voiced by: Creator/LucienDodge

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: Illusion]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Unknown]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* BatmanGambit: Using Flamegirl to draw out Alpha's Forbidden Power? Check. Using Flamegirl to carry the Forbidden Power's weakness? Yes on D-buggers.org's part.
* BareYourMidriff: His shirt cuts off at the chest held together by a single button, and shows off his belly.
* CombatSadoMasochist: Unlike the other victims, Ravenfreak sounded ''elated'' to have experienced the Forbidden Power first hand.
* [[CreepyCrossdresser Creepy Cross Dressing]]: He takes the form of Flamegirl [[ItAmusedMe as a joke]] to mess with Alpha. Alpha didn't find it [[BerserkButton very funny]].
* FeatherFlechettes: One of his attacks is feather projectiles.
* LargeHam: It comes with being a voice actor.
* MasterOfIllusion: His chosen power is Illusion, granting him shapeshifting among other uses.
* NiceHat: Some people seem to think so, anyways...
--> Blake "ShadyVox" Swift: (during the Episode 3 commentary) "I want that hat!"
* OneShotCharacter: Appears only in "Highest Form of Flattery". In his final debriefing with d-buggers.org, he even says "I think once is enough for me".
* OnlyInItForTheMoney:
--> "Now where's MY MONEY?"
* SissyVillain: Emphasized by his "actwah" mannerisms, and his clothing. Very much meant to be creepy, and the audience loves him for it.
* VoluntaryShapeshifter: Transforms into a crow, and two of the main characters at will.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Neomutant]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 07, 08, 09, 13
-> Voiced by: Christopher Guerrero

->[[AC:Class: Fighter]]
->[[AC:Power: Lightning]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: California, United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationExpansion: In TTA he was just another hacker with a crush on Flamegirl, and didn't really do or accomplish much overall. In TOME his relationship with Flamegirl is much more personal, and his role in the story increased.
* AdaptationalVillainy: The Original Neomutant was an AntiVillain who eventually pulled a HeelFaceTurn and helped the gang infilrate the hacker base purely out of the goodness of his heart. Here, Neomutant is a ManipulativeBastard who has been plotting Flamegirl's death for the whole series, and was working as TheDragon for Rubirules.
* AntiVillain: Subverted. Does seem to genuinely care about Flamegirl, and appeared to turn on D-Buggers when they turned out to be hurting people. But it turns out much of his actions were planned to trick the main characters, and he was motivated by spite.
* CasanovaWannabe: The [[AllThereIntheManual facebook]] [[https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=500134390046670&set=pb.231491923577586.-2207520000.1365884168&type=3&theater page]] tells us that "he fancies himself as being charismatic, but is really selfish [[BeneathTheMask Underneath The Mask]]".
* CoolMask: Really pulls his look together, and adds to his mysteriousness. Also see WhiteMaskOfDoom below.
* DashingHispanic: His spanish/western sounding {{Leitmotif}}, and his accent seem to indicate this.
* TheDragon: To [[BiggerBad Rubirules]]. He's been collaborating with him on the Antivirus since before the series even started...
* DragonWithAnAgenda: ...Which he uses as an opportunity to make Flamegirl suffer as much as he can, screwing absolutely everyone over in the process.
* EvilAllAlong: He's actually been working for [[BiggerBad Rubirules]] since the very beginning. He even gloats about his involvement in Flamegirl's [[DisneyDeath apparent death]], saying that "The tramp had it coming." Alpha decapitates him in the middle of his EvilLaugh out of anger.
* FangsAreEvil: Episode 15 reveals he's got these under his mask
* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: Says he's pretty much already accepted that Flamegirl doesn't want to be with him, and only gets involved because he's worried about Alpha putting her in danger. Turns out he's lying.
* IfICantHaveYou: How he ''really'' feels about Flamegirl, despite his deceptive claims to the contrary. Episode 15 sees him refer to her as [[TheOneThatGotAway "The one that got away from me"]] and pretty much reveal the fact that ''[[MoralEventHorizon he's pretty much been plotting her murder for the whole series.]]''
* ItsAllAboutMe: After it's revealed that Flamegirl's life is in danger, Neomutant literally says that it's a win for everyone... "except you".
* KarmaHoudini: It's heavily implied that Rubirules will be, at the very least, interrogated by government agents for his actions, but Neomutant appears to have gotten off scot-free. Alpha manages to defeat him and boot him out of the session, but considering he effectively attempted to ''murder'' Flamey (Rubirules at least didn't ''know'' she was trapped in the antivirus until it was too late), that's hardly a suitable comeuppance.
** Subverted by WordOfGod, which implies he was arrested off-screen.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Neomutant's theme is "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/spanish-drive Spanish Drive]]".
* LoveMakesYouCrazy: His "love" for Flamegirl, causes him to act "dense", and selfish, and got him involved in hacking, due to thinking he needs to protect her from Alpha. His intentions are misplaced though, as Flamegirl obviously doesn't welcome his "help", and is not at all happy about him confronting her.
* LoveMakesYouEvil: After Flamegirl rejects him, Neomutant decides to use Rubirules's Antivirus as a means to attempt to murder her.
* ManipulativeBastard: Uses Alpha, Nylocke, Zetto, Kizuna, Flamegirl herself, and even ''[[GreaterScopeVillain Rubirules]]'' in his scheme to make Flamegirl suffer.
* MoralEventHorizon: Crossed this before the series even started, when he began scheming about using the Antivirus weapon as a means of making Flamegirl suffer.
* OhCrap: When he sees Demon Alpha for himself.
* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver: Although he thinks he has good intentions all the red and black clearly portray him as being sinister.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: While he thinks he has good intentions his red eyes emphasize he's definitely not on the side of good. He also has quite a temper, and is seen abusing his hacker abilities to take out his anger on Alpha.
* ShockAndAwe: His themed attack.
* StalkerWithACrush: He's supposedly been after Flamegirl for a year. She is not interested in him in the slightest.
* TopHeavyGuy: He has large hulking arms, and very stumpy legs that don't seem proportional, but emphasize his strength under the fighter class.
* WhatDoesSheSeeInHim: He doesn't understand how he could lose Flamegirl only for her to be interested in a "kid" like Alpha.
* WhiteMaskOfDoom: Although it's also half green it serves the same purpose. It's spooky, mysterious, and invokes themes of masks from theatre.
** In Season 2 his body is white and his mask is purple.
* UnwittingPawn: Subverted! At first we're led to believe that Neomutant was purposely leaked information to lure Flamegirl and Nylocke into the base so they can be used for the Dragon Bug, but it turns out he was in on Rubirules's plan the entire time and is his protege.
* {{Yandere}}

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dustbunny]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 08, 09
-> Voiced by: Creator/CristinaValenzuela

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: Smoke]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Unknown]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AbsoluteCleavage: Her top is cut to show off her cleavage and the top half of her stomach.
* AdaptationExpansion: Dustbunny starts off having a much more prominent role than in the original, appearing earlier on, and being given a very important mission from the hacker boss that requires her abilities to pull off without anyone noticing.
* CleavageWindow: Through the top half of her body suit. It opens up down the center like a jacket.
* EarlyBirdCameo: In the original incarnation Dustbunny did not appear until [[MissingEpisode The Movie]], and did not serve a recurring role until the third "season". In the reboot she first appears early on during the Gemini Tournament, and plays a more prominent role in the hackers plans.
* FemmeFatale: Wears prominently black and is portrayed as dangerous and sexy, and towards the end of episode 8 baits TheHero Alpha into following her, claiming she'll tell him more information about his "Forbidden Power" if he meets her.
* FormFittingWardrobe: Her clothes really stick close to her body in a way similar to spandex.
* FurAndLoathing: Wears a black body suit with fur fringe, and is portrayed as being a conniving and overconfident FemmeFatale.
* GottaHaveItGonnaStealIt: Her role in the hackers mission during the tournament is to use her smoke screen abilities to create cover so she can steal Asterob's asterisk shield, because they apparently really need it's ability to drain in game energy.
* LittleBitBeastly: Has long rabbit ears to emphasize being of the animalistic class, and a rabbit tail, but the rest of her design is more human looking.
* PlayboyBunny: Of the actual bunnygirl variety.
* MsFanservice: The bikini top she's wearing is all that is covering her up through the CleavageWindow in her body suit. She also wears heavy makeup.
* SmokeOut: Her power is creating smokescreens that blur sight, and make it harder for her enemies to attack her. And she can turn ''into'' smoke as well. Niosi states in a description of the original character [[http://kirbopher15.deviantart.com/art/Dustbunny-37709705 on Deviantart]] that her powers are heavily based off Capt. Smoker's devil fruit powers in ''Manga/OnePiece'',
* YellowEyesOfSneakiness: Her yellow irises emphasize her conniving personality, and FemmeFatale traits.

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[[folder:Odboll]]
->Appears in: Episode 11, 13, 14 & 15
->Voiced by: Creator/BenDiskin
!!!Associated Tropes
* TheBully: Is seen to be one to Archy in the series finale, before Rockoon stops him.
* ClusterFBomb: As part of the show's removal of censorship, Odboll is…well…
-->'''Odboll: "WHOOO YEAH! F*CK THE POOOLLLLEEEESE 'CUZ I JUST MADE THIS JOINT MY BEEYOTCH! NYAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!" '''
* {{Griefer}} : Every other hacker at least ''attempted'' to carry out an assignment given to them directly by Tigerlilly, with Odboll's being "find the drain edge". Odboll didn't even pretend to try or even care and immediately started harassing players [[ForTheEvulz for the lols]], after which Flamegirl and the anti-hacker crew defeated him (see HoistByHisOwnPetard below).
** Odboll must have at least done something right, however, as Tigerlilly is seen talking to him again at the end of Episode 13, asking him if he "understands what he needs to do".
** This is somewhat subverted, as WordOfGod confirms that Odboll wasn't hired by Tigerlilly until ''after'' the events of Episode 11. Odboll is still a Troll who loves ruining the game experience for others, however, so in that regard, this trope is played straight.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Odboll's power, "Dungin Mastah", allowed him to dump battle grids from ;Mechcity into ;Sanctuary and therefore allow him to harass people there who were not interested in the combat side of the game. However, this fact allowed non-hacking players (Alpha, Gamecrazed, Nylocke and Flamegirl, to be precise) to participate in combat as well in the ;Sanctuary region (which is normally forbidden) and therefore defeat Odboll.
* {{Jerkass}}: He's a very unpleasant person who makes no secret of his being a bully and treating everyone rather poorly.
* {{Troll}}: Lampshaded by Nylocke.
[[/folder]]

!Netking Software

[[folder:Webmaster]]
[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/webmaster_t123_4399.png]]
-> Appears in: Episodes 00, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15
-> Voiced by: Creator/KyleHebert

->[[AC:Class: Spellcaster]]
->[[AC:Power: Heavenly Light]]
->[[AC:Real Name: John]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Washington, USA]]

* Netking #1. Creator, Head Programmer, and Director of TOME. The Webmaster oversees his creation within the Heavens of Magical Expertise or HOME. He only interacts with normal players during special in game events such as the Gemini Tournament or the Anniversary Celebration.

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AGodIAmNot: Though he's never spoken his opinion, he clearly shows discomfort whenever he's referred to as a god in TOME.
* BigEntrance: [[Creator/KyleHebert Fitting.]] Even Nylocke is jealous of his entrance.
* EarlyBirdCameo: In the original he did not appear until almost immediately after the tournament was finished. In the remake he seems to be one of the main people organizing it.
* {{Expy}}: As far as appearance is concerned, Webmaster bears a lot of similarity to [[VideoGame/MegaManLegends Megaman Juno]].
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Webmaster's character, and his interest in organizing tournaments for the players of TOME is discussed as early as the second episode ''Midnight Mansion''. The titular mansion also has a painting of his likeness in the background.
* GiantHandsOfDoom: Has floating giant claw hands, which become significantly larger when he attacks.
* GodIsGood: Is portrayed as pretty much a God in TOME (others often refer to him as such) and is a genuinely NiceGuy.
* HolyHalo: Coming out of his back and seen around his head from the front. No doubt it's part of his design to emphasize his [[LightEmUp heavenly light]] abilities, and his god-like status as an admin of TOME.
* LightEmUp: His power is "Heavenly Light"
* NiceGuy: Though he has his moments of seriousness, he comes off as a great individual.
* OneOfUs: In-Universe. He refers to the combat challenge as a "boss rush" then quickly apologizes for the geeky slang.
* PhysicalGod: Maybe calling him a "Digital God" would be a better term, given that it's inside a videogame. But he's portrayed as being like a "god" of TOME's virtual world. Descending with heavenly light when he appears.
* PoliceAreUseless: Averted; When smoke starts covering the stadium unexpectedly, immediately undoes it.
-->'''Webmaster''': "''This WON'T do. Not in MY game''"
* FloatingLimbs: His limbs are disconnected from his body.
* {{Tuckerization}}: His first name is revealed to be John, probably a reference to John Nestoriak, creator of the [=TVTome=] website, on whom the character is (very) loosely based (as in, they're both admins of places online where Kirb and his friends like to hang out).
* WhatTheHellHero: He along with the other Netkings get this from Alpha and Flamegirl due to the Forbidden Power, all of the drama and tragedy caused by it and by not doing anything about it. It turns out that he and the other Netkings were completely oblivious to what was going on beyond the reports due to the mod staff and is very remorseful that it's happened.
** Perhaps not completely oblivious. At the end of Episode 13, Webamaster mentions to the other Netkings something about "atoning for their past mistake". Webmaster and the others were present when the Forbidden Power was created, but did not create it themselves. Whether or not they were aware it had returned remains to be seen...
** He along with the rest of the Netkings give one of these to Rubirules about wanting to use [=SOFDTI=] as a tool and for his actions affecting all of [=TOME=].

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Bitshrum]]
-> Appears in: Episodes 00, 12, 13, 14, 15
-> Voiced by: Creator/ToddHaberkorn

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: Boxes]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Washington, USA]]

* Netking #2. Head of Environment Design for TOME, and creator of all three regions.

!!!Associated Tropes:

* MushroomMan: In particular, he seems to have been strongly inspired by ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros''.
* StoneWall: Strictly of the turtling variety. His entire playstyle revolves around placing barriers and traps between himself and his opponent. Once they get in close, however, he's more of SquishyWizard.
* TaxonomicTermConfusion: His class is Animalistic, even though mushrooms are not animals. (Fungi are a kingdom distinct from both animals and plants.)


[[/folder]]

[[folder:Kindarspirit]]
-> Appears in: Episodes 00, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15
-> Voiced by: Michele Knotz

->[[AC:Class: Spellcaster]]
->[[AC:Power: Weather]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Washington, USA]]

* Netking #3. Head of the Sound Department. Handles the music and sound effects for TOME, and also serves as the System Voice.

!!!Associated Tropes:

* BewareTheNiceOnes: She outright calls Rubirules egotistical and only wanting to use [=SOFDTI=] to revolutionize technology for his own selfish purposes, not out of altruistic means and shocks Execk when she says it.
* BookEnds: Kindarspirit appears in the first and last episodes of season one; hers is the first voice to be heard at the beginning of the first episode, and she's the last new character to be introduced at the end of the last one.
* CutenessOverload: She {{Squee}}s with hyperactive joy and gives him a bear hug when she meets Kirbopher because he's just so gosh darn cute. Her reaction is so over the top that she claims she wants plush dolls of his character model and (at least pretends) to [[ImTakingHerHomeWithMe kidnap him]] because of this as part of her boss fight with the main five.
* GoldAndWhiteAreDivine / WomanInWhite: Wears a long creamish white, and gold colored gown that invokes symbolism of heaven and goodness.
* HolyHalo: Has a yellow halo floating over her head. Her character's appearance is themed around angels.
* HotScientist: Kindarspirit has a very attractive character model in-game, and is shown to be quite shapely during the real-life segments of Episode 00 as well. She's also a supergenius computer programmer who helped create a fully sentient A.I. and is a very talented musician.
* IncomingHam: Kindarspirit is the system voice in the first episode, and in the second short. When she first appears in the show she takes advantage of this voice as an InJoke with Webmaster. She says can't resist using it this way.
--> '''Kindarspirit''': "''Welcome HOME Webmaster to the [[FunWithAcronyms Heavens Of Magical Expertise]]! Kindarspirit, now entering!''"
* InJoke: Her acting like she does when she's the system voice narrator to announce her presence to Webmaster.
* MamaBear: Acts like a parent to SOFDTI more than any of the other Netkings. Kindarspirit is the most visibly angry at Rubirules when he reveals his plans to use her as the key to a technological revolution, and the only times she is seen as truly angry are when SOFDTI has been threatened.
* TheVoice: For her initial voice cameos as the system voice. She is finally seen onscreen in the season finale.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Rubirules]]
-> Appears in: Episodes 00, 12, 13, 14, 15
-> Voiced by: Creator/YuriLowenthal

->[[AC:Class: Morphological]]
->[[AC:Power: Mirror Body]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Washington, USA]]

* Netking #4. Head of Character Design for TOME. He approves all character submissions, and was responsible for creating Nylocke's character model.

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationalVillainy: Was just another Netking in the original, but is eventually revealed to be EvilAllAlong in the reboot with deeper motivations and a more charismatic personality.
* BiggerBad : Revealed to be a villain who wanted to use the virus to control SOFDTI so he could capitalize on her design to start a technological revolution. Even the Forbidden Power is repulsed by this and teams up with Alpha to stop him. He's entirely OutOfFocus until he's revealed to be part of D-Bugger's.org in episode 15.
* CompositeCharacter: Combines the original Rubyrulz's charisma, personality, status as graphic designer, and abilities with the original EXE's role and villanous intentions. Several aspects of other TTA villains are incorporated into his character as well, such as Anidoug's desire to use technology to improve the world and Phaxal's status as Alpha's EvilTwin (although in TOME, Rubirules is only a recolor of Alpha for a short while). Rubirules also manages to incorporate elements of [=DarkEyesOfAnubis=] - TTA's true BigBad and Mastermind - into his character, due to the fact that he is (directly) responsible for the Dragon Bug's creation and (indirectly) responsible for Kajet, just like [=DarkEyes=] was.
* EvilAllAlong: Turns out to behind a scheme to shut down TOME and profit off of SOFDTI, a sentient AI.
* FlippingTheBird: He flips off Nylocke before their fight begins.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: He was the first Netking to suggest telling the Government about SOFDTI. He would later use the Forbidden Power as an excuse to end the game and then use her for technological advances.
* TheGadfly: He takes Zetto's form just to mess with Alpha and the others.
* ItsAllAboutMe: He claims that using SOFDTI would benefit the world, but she knows it's merely secondary to his real goal of being famous.
* KickTheDog: When Alpha gives him the chance to give up and free Flamegirl, Rubirules outright says "Your girlfriend's gone!" just to rub in how much of a {{Jerkass}} he is. Making fun of a traumatic event in Zetto's life certainly wasn't that kind either...
* LukeIAmYourFather: Spoofed when Rubirules reveals that he designed Nylocke's character model and is therefore his "father".
* MotiveRant: Gives a long one to the other Netkings after losing to Alpha, criticizing them for seeing SOFDTI, an A.I. as a daughter instead of a way to make them all rich and famous. He finds her limitless potential, possible to make advanced leaps in technology, wasted on a video game, and that the Netkings were all idiots to ignore him.
* MythologyGag: When Rubi eventually goes OneWingedAngel on Alpha during the final battle, he turns into a recolor of Alpha's Season 2 design, bringing [[EvilTwin Phaxal]] to mind. Also the symbol he uses for the D-buggers chat also resembles EXE's third eye from the original TTA, and by extention, Execk's - which fooled fans of TTA into thinking TOME followed the same villain plotline.
* OneWingedAngel: Absorbs the anti-virus during his fight with Alpha to become a giant monstrous version of himself
* TheManBehindTheMan : Is the true master behind Debuggers.org, using everyone involved so he could obtain both the The Virus and SOFDTI and control them with the Dragon Bug.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Initially. Rubirules created Kajet's True Shadowguard Beast body as an In-Game Boss without realizing a dangerous virus would eventually use it to wreck havoc in TOME. However, Rubirules ends up ultimately becoming the show's BiggerBad after formulating his plan to monopolize SOFDTI, meaning that he was only this trope in one instance of "doom" and was a completely witting instigator of doom in an entirely separate plotline.
* UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans: When Zetto and Alpha point out that Flamegirl might be comatose or braindead because of his plan, he basically says the end results will justify his actions in the end.
--> Rubirules: '''"Really? ''That's'' your strawgrasping argument? Even if that's true, and she is trapped in the antivirus, I don't care. I'm ''changing'' the ''world!''".'''
* WeCanRuleTogether: After sharing his EvilPlan with Alpha and the other Netkings, he asks if any of them want in on his plan to monopolize SOFDTI.
* WellIntentionedExtremist:Was planning on manipulating SOFDTI in order to use her to kickstart a technological revolution where technology is streamlined by advanced AI.
* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Uses it to mock Nylocke while in his form during their fight.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Execk]]
->Appears in: Episodes 00, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15
->Voiced by: Creator/JonStJohn

->[[AC:Class: Mechanical]]
->[[AC:Power: Machinations]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Washington, USA]]

* Netking #5. Head of Battle System Development & Programming for TOME. One of his deeds was inventing the Battle Grid. He is the first in the "boss rush".

!!!Associated Tropes

* BadassInANiceSuit: The fact bubble special for episode 11 reveals that out of the Netkings, he's likely the most skilled in combat due to his role as a Netking but even when holding back alot he gives Alpha a really tough battle. And his character model is in a very nice suit, so it writes itself.
* CoolOldGuy: As it turns out, Execk is a really nice guy.
* DropTheHammer: One of his many weapons.
* ElementalPowers: His shapeshifting arm can create several weapons with elemental properties.
** AnIcePerson: An air conditioner.
** PlayingWithFire: A flamethrower.
** ShockAndAwe: What looks like a taser.
* EvilOldFolks: Averted. Execk is actually a really nice guy.
* GrumpyOldMan [[Spoilers: Subverted. Although he's visibly uncomfortable whenever somebody brings up the Forbidden Power, he's actually a really nice guy. Then again, he is understandably PISSED when [[BewareTheNiceOnes Rubirules turns his back on the other Netkings for fame, power, and profit.]]
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Alpha kicks his hammer back into his face for the finishing blow.
* RapunzelHair: Long and blond.
* RedHerring :Execk behaves very suspiciously all throughout TOME's second season, suggesting something was up with him. When Episode 14 came out and it was revealed that [[TheManBehindTheMan someone was even higher up in D-Buggers.org than Kizuna]], it seemed almost confirmed that Execk was evil, especially considering that EXE had villanous intentions in the original. Even the symbol that was used to represent D-Buggers' leader resembled Execk's third eye, but the mastermind ultimately turned out to none other than Rubirules - a CompositeCharacter of most of the villains from TTA.]]
* TheSouthpaw: All of his weapons spawn from his left arm.
* [[StarterVillain Starter King]]: As he points out after his defeat, he was playing the part of the weakest challenge in the quest.
* ThirdEye: Built into his helmet.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: His trying to explain violence and combat to [=SOFTDI=] was partially responsible for the Forbidden Power's birth since she couldn't understand it due to her inexperience according to the fact bubble special for Episode 00, though he had no way of knowing this would happen.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:ChaseAce]]
->Appears in: Episode 11, 12
->Voiced by: Creator/BrycePapenbrook

!!!Associated Tropes

* OfficialCouple: He and Bishipp seem to be an item.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: He immediately bans the hacker and tries to reassure everyone that he'll have the place fixed up and reports to Webmaster about the Forbidden Power reappearing.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Bishipp]]
->Appears in: Episode 11, 12
->Voiced by: Creator/MonaMarshall

!!!Associated Tropes

* EyesAlwaysShut: Her model is seemingly designed that way.
* OfficialCouple: Reading her quick text suggest she's seeing [=ChaseAce=]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Anneva & Foreva]]
[[quoteright:285:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/foreva_anneva_t123_1248.png]]
-> Appears in: Episode 08, 09
-> Voiced by: [[Creator/KiraBuckland Kira "Rinachan" Buckland]] (Foreva), Jackie Florian (Anneva)

->[[AC:Class: None]]
->[[AC:Power: None]]
->[[AC:Real Names: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Locations: Unknown]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationNameChange: Anneva's name in the original was "Tamerlisa".It was changed in the reboot to be more similar to Foreva's name, to emphasize them being a duo hosting the tournament.
* TheAnnouncer: Anneva who stays up in the safety of the announcer's box and announces which teams are paired against each other during the tournament, and then announcing the conclusion of each battle for the audience. Foreva in contrast gets up close to the battles themselves acting more as a [[CombatReferee referee]].
* CombatReferee: Foreva who gets up close to stadium itself following the fighters from the edge of the ring as they face off, and probably doubling as extra eyes to watch for cheating. This is in contrast to Anneva who stays up in the announcer's box farther away from the action.
* CurbStompBattle: Foreva suffers one of these to Saturndiva who finds her irritating.
* TheDividual[=/=][[ThoseTwoGuys Those Two Girls]]: For the most part they play off of each other as a pair. They're introduced together. They fall under The Syndividual variation, having different looks and contrasting character traits, but still acting together as a unit, adding commentary to the events of the tournament.
* EsotericMotifs: Their character's outfits and overall appearance are modeled after the Yin Yang Symbol of balance. It being an important theme for the tournament. Also fits with them being a duo themselves with contrasting personalities.
* GenkiGirl: Foreva who is very optimistic, playful, and excited. Inverted with Anneva who in contrast is more subdued and sophisticated.
* HurricaneOfPuns[=/=]{{Shout Out}}s: They make a great many shout outs to videogame culture and puns to go along with them. One shout in particular is a botched line where Foreva says "Hell or Heaven lets rock!" (the original line is "Heaven or Hell") In reference to ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear''.
** And another:
-->'''Foreva''': It's a come from behind [[MakingASplash Poseidon Wave]]! Those Dinosaurs [[{{Franchise/Pokemon}} never learned how to surf!]]
* LargeHamAnnouncer: Moreso with Foreva with her constant {{Shout Out}}s to video game culture, although Anneva has her moments as well.
* MulticoloredHair: Both have streaks in their hair in addition to their dominant hair color. Anneva has black hair with blue streaks. And Foreva has pink hair with white streaks.
* OminousPipeOrgan: One of these themes starts playing as Anneva very melodramatically says
-->"''As the stakes raise higher and higher one solitary slip up could cost them the entire match, and their hopes and dreams will be dashed! FOREVER! AUGH! I can't take it!''"
* PunnyName: Foreva Anneva --> Forever and ever.
* RedOniBlueOni: Foreva is the LargeHam Red Oni while Anneva is the more relaxed Blue Oni.
* RemakeCameo: Kira Buckland, the voice of Foreva, lent her voice in the original TTA. She also appeared in Brawl Taunts (which she wrote, and Chris Niosi animated).
* RoseHairedSweetie: Foreva has pink hair, and is a very cheerful and excited to do her job, even as some players get very irritated, at her style of announcing.
* YouthfulFreckles: Foreva has them. She also seems to be younger than Anneva, and is much more energetic.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Armoora]]
-> Appears in: Episode 11, Short 04
-> Voiced by: Creator/EricaMendez

->[[AC:Class: Mechanical?]]
->[[AC:Power: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Varies]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Varies]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* FacelessGoons: Episode 11 reveals that the "Armoora" model is a template used by multiple moderators.
* PoliceAreUseless: After five hacker attacks and two public virus incidents seen (and six more apparently happening prior to Episode 01), one of these is the first trace of actual support staff we have yet to see...and she is more concerned with scammers and tournament organizing. Makes you wonder how the game is holding together at all when the people running it couldn't care less about the people playing it.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Doublebeard (The Quest Giver)]]
-> Appears in: Episode 04
-> Voiced by: Mick Lauer

!!!Associated Tropes:

* TheRoleplayer: Roleplays as he's giving out quests. He won't even answer you if you don't play along with his roleplaying. WordOfGod says Doublebeard works for Netking software giving out quests and encouraging roleplaying amongst the denizens of TOME. His job was described as being similar to jobs at themed restaurants.
* RhymesOnADime: Speaks entirely in rhyme. Kirbopher sarcastically compares him to the christmas tales told in rhyme.
* QuestGiver: Doublebeard is one. He even has a colorful circle beneath his feet to indicate he's this to players in TOME.
* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Speaks this way to encourage players to talk to him in roleplayer speak. He won't give out quests to anyone unless they speak to him this way.

[[/folder]]

!Other Characters

[[folder:Zetto]]
[[quoteright:299:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/zetto_t123_7910.png]]
-> Appears in: Episodes 00, 05, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 14; Short 07
-> Voiced by: Chris Niosi (credited as Tony A. Campbell in episodes 05, 08, and 09)

->[[AC:Class: Fighter]]
->[[AC:Power: Ki Manipulation]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Christopher, assuming that's Kirb's real name]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:
* AdaptationalHeroism: In the original, Zetto was obsessed with finding the Forbidden Power to [[EvilIsPetty become the strongest player in the entire virtual world]]; and pulls a HeelFaceTurn at the end of Season 2 and then helps Alpha and Ruri defeat the D-Bug in the Season 3 Finale. In [=TOME=], he's obsessed with finding the Forbidden Power to prevent it from hurting anyone, especially his friends, and is a HeroAntagonist. It's believed to be subverted in Episode 13 when Neomutant states that D-Buggers.org is planning to use the Forbidden Power to blackmail the Netkings but then it turns out that this isn't true and Zetto is still trying to stop the Forbidden Power from ever hurting anyone again.
* AmbidextrousSprite: The mechanical arm on Zetto's "character sprite" faces the viewer no matter which way he's facing.
* ArchEnemy: Is treated as this by the main characters, especially Alpha.
* ArmCannon: His mechanical arm fires lasers and ki attacks.
* ArtificialLimbs: Well one limb. His mechanical arm, which can change shape for various different attacks.
** The arm Zetto crafted was made specifically to fight against the virus, or at the very least defend against it.
* BladeBelowTheShoulder: Attached to his non-mechanical arm
* BloodKnight[=/=]TheRealMan: Really enjoys a good fight. Episode 09 in particular demonstrates this a lot. He takes winning and PvP fighting so seriously that he can't have fun if someone doesn't treat it as SeriousBusiness like he does.
** He's become significantly mor subdued after the events of Episode 10.
* BrainsAndBrawn: Kizuna is the brains, and Zetto is the brawn. Kizuna with her cold and professional attitude acts as a kind of {{foil}} to Zetto's smarminess, overconfidence and BloodKnight tendencies, keeping him in line.
* CoolDown: He needs to gather energy to use his "Breaker Beam" attack and it requires more recharge time to be used twice. By the second time he charges it people can figure out what's up, and counter it.
* CurbStompBattle: Inflicts one on two players who are talking, then he inflicts one on Alpha when he's suffering a DemonicPossession.
* CreepyMonotone: The way he talks and his voice sounds is very breathy and smug, which is especially creepy during the more action packed scenes of ''Awaken The Beast''. The episode ''Gemini Tournament Yin'' shows that in casual conversation this occasionally ends up, being donwplayed, and turns into SpockSpeak.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Zetto's and The Forbidden Power's dialogue in episode 05 and 10, and his TroubledBackstoryFlashback to an earlier version of his character suggest that Zetto has a prior history with the Forbidden Power.
** It turns out that when Zetto and Kizuna helped with the development process, [=SOFDTI=]'s inability to process negative human emotions created the Forbidden Power which possessed the Shadow Guard Beast while it was in beta. Due to it's ability to hurt people in real life, when the Shadow Guard Beast severed Zetto's character's arm during the testing process, the player controlling Zetto was in pure agony and was being taunted by the Virus. Despite not having to go through what Alpha went through in regard to DemonicPossession, knowing everything that happened, and experiencing that brief glimpse of the Forbidden Power's evil capabilities, gave him and Kizuna incentive to set out to try and find a way to erase the Forbidden Power.
* DemonicPossession: Possessed by the Forbidden Power in episode 10, but is ultimately saved by the combined efforts of Alpha, Flamegirl and Nylocke.
* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: We're made to believe Alpha is completely invulnerable when under the effects of the virus, and yet Zetto floors him like he's nothing
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Shows unrivaled skill during his first appearance in episode 5 by [[KickTheDog destroying two random players]] and mocking how they weren't strong enough to be worth his time.
** Episode 5's fact bubble special tells us this is a big front Zetto's player put up to hide the fact that he is extremely scared of the virus coming back in full force.
** Arguably foreshadowing his being a HeroAntagonist. If he hadn't [[MercyKill killed]] the two, they'd have been in Demon Alpha's path during his rampage.
* FangsAreEvil: While Zetto's not technically an evil character he has sharp, jagged teeth that allude to his role as an antagonist, and make him look scary.
* FantasticFragility / NecessaryDrawback: The recharge time needed to use his beam attack, and give it it's potent power also leaves him open for other finishing moves to decimate him.
* FatalFlaw: Pride. Zetto is very proud and due to his pride being exploited, he has a VillainousBreakdown in the Gemini Tournament because Alpha won't give him the match he wants and Nylocke's antics.
* FinishingMove: Zetto's "Breaker Beam" attack is used this way. And episode 09 shows it can backfire on him in a big way if it doesn't work. Since he uses a ton of energy to use it and it's a skill that [[CoolDown requires recharging to be used]].
* GoodWeaponEvilWeapon: Zetto utilizes guns, and anytime he wounds someone with bullets, it's depicted as excruciatingly painful. Compare to Alpha, who uses his fists mostly.
* HeroAntagonist: Zetto is generally in opposition to Alpha and friends, but his motives and intentions are good. His goal is to seal away the Forbidden Power and stop it from causing any more trouble and in the Season Finale, tries to explain this to Alpha and does what he can to help Alpha with it. His [[http://kirbopher.tumblr.com/post/71652203707/username-zetto-location-unknown-us-class character breakdown]] reveals that his role as an antagonist was unintentional on his part. He was forced into it after his friends got wrapped up in fighting against all the hacker drama.
* HeroicWillpower: Even when possessed by the Forbidden Power, Zetto manages to remove the rest of the Forbidden Power from Alpha's character.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Nylocke absorbs all of Zetto's Ki energy from his attacks into the Drain Edge and is put into a position where he can finish Zetto off with one last finishing move using Zetto's own ki energy. This is ultimately subverted though when Nylocke throws the match and lets Zetto win the Gemini Tournament.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Trusted [[GreaterScopeVillain Rubirules]], [[ManipulativeBastard Neomutant]], and [[{{Jerkass}}''Odboll'']] with their plan to destroy the virus. Yeah.
* InfiniteSupplies: Of Ammunition, which he never seems to run out of. This is likely because his ability to generate unlimited Ki energy probably also allows him to fire bullets "infinitely".
* InstantKnots: His mechanical arm can shoot chains, and they seem to have a life of their own. They can instantly wrap themselves around anything in their general direction.
* LivingADoubleLife: Since Kirbopher and Zetto are two characters used by the same player he has to balance interacting with two different groups of characters, and has to act differently for both characters to avoid suspicion of this double life.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: It's less obvious with Zetto then it is with Kirbopher, but despite his smug arrogance and condescenion during the Gemini Tournament, he's out to stop the Forbidden Power to protect the players of [=TOME=] and does things he has no reason to do like return Asterob's shield.
* KameHameHadoken One of his attacks is a charged giant laser beam, and his ability is ki attacks.
* KnightOfCerebus: Along with Tigerlily, after he appears, the series takes a darker turn.
* LaserBlade: attached to his non mechanical arm.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Zetto's is "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/survive-the-drama Survive the Drama]]" and there's also a DarkReprise titled "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/survive-the-virus-by-thelivingtombstone Survive THE VIRUS]]" used when Zetto is possessed by The Forbidden Power.
* MasterOfAll: Zetto was designed to be incredibly balanced in everyway and his abilities reflect this. Thanks to his being one of the most skilled players in all of [=TOME=] due to his history as the combat beta tester, he has the skill to use his entire arsenal to his advantage and the only time he technically loses a non Forbidden Power related fight is when he uses Breaker Beam on a Drain Edge equipped Nylocke.
* TheManBehindTheMan: It was always Zetto's plan to contain the Forbidden Power and erase it so that it wouldn't hurt people. He gets BigBad Kizuna/Tigerlilly to help him do this because they're friends and she has the resources to hire contractors (The Hackers), and freelance programmers so that the plan can work.
* MeaningfulEcho: He will commonly repeat or paraphrase a line that he already said as Kirbopher - this includes his very first line ("Well, it's about time"), his insistence to "Quit screwing around and show me the real deal!", and his very last ("Well, maybe this is as good as it's gonna get").
* {{Munchkin}}: Episode 09 shows him to be this. He takes winning at the game [[SeriousBusiness very seriously]], to the point that when Nylocke and Gamecrazed throw their fight it robbed him of enjoying his victory in the Gemini Tournament. The reason he feels that way is that it's made clear Nylocke was about to win, and could have finished Zetto and Kizuna fairly easily, but let Zetto win to make a point that winning and being the strongest isn't everything.
* NoConservationOfEnergy: Zetto has an ability called "Ki Generator", which gives him access to unlimited Ki-energy that he can charge and release as explosive attacks. The only time so far that this has been countered is by Nylocke's absorbing of his Ki energy with the Drain Edge in the Gemini Tournament, which weakened him.
* PetTheDog: Though he is usually depicted as obsessed with power and arrogant, he takes the time to return Asterob's stolen shield, who would have otherwise been left defenseless.
* PowersAsPrograms: He has an earlier version of the antivirus program that Flamegirl has, which lets him block virus attacks from Demon Alpha. Plus the "absorption code" used to remove the Forbidden Power from Alpha's character.
* PowerPalms: He shoots lasers and ki attacks from his mechanical palm. The power palms are seen when he's charging his laser.
* PyrrhicVictory: Nylocke lets Zetto win the gemini tournament's final match to teach him that winning isn't everything. This was after he pretty much absorbed all of Zetto's Ki energy, and was in a position to [[HoistByHisOwnPetard finish him off with his own Ki]], making Zetto's win feel undeserved.
* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Gives a pretty vicious one when Nylocke pushes him over the edge.
--> "You stop this Bull[[PrecisionFStrike S***]] RIGHT NOW! I've had it up to HERE with your socially awkward antics! In case you weren't aware, we're ''not'' living in "Ye Old England" you overbearing twit! And your ridiculous coping mechanism for interacting with others isn't cute. It's insanity! It's annoying! YOU'RE ANNOYING! Now SHUT UP, get over here and fight me, before I make you wish you never got NEAR THIS GODFORSAKEN GAME!"
** This speech doesn't make a whole lot of sense at face value - even if Nylocke's reputation precedes him, it's odd that Zetto (someone he's never interacted with before) would claim to be fed up with his antics. In retrospect, this is one of the biggest clues that Kirb and Zetto are one and the same - Kirb consistently expressed annoyance and frustration at Nylocke's role-playing, especially in "Dragon Drama".
* RedEyesTakeWarning: He bares intimidating red eyes. :Further highlighted when the Forbidden Power possesses him.
* ResistTheBeast: For the most part the Forbidden Power maintains complete control until he breaks the possession momentarily to ask Alpha to MercyKill him, and resists enough to absorb the rest of the Virus from Alpha's character from 93% to 100% later.
* SlasherSmile: Sports one most of the time, usually in combat.
* SlapSlapKiss: With Kizuna. Implied by SOFDI when he and Kizuna are testing the new battle system and bug checking.
* SpikyHair[=/=]ShonenHair His hair is so spiky, and messy it almost looks like it's solid. It seriously looks like his hair could cut you.
* SpockSpeak: His conversation with Kizuna in ''Gemini Tournament Yin'' where his good grammar portrays him as intelligent. He prefers to use more technical terms like saying "truly" instead of relying on "really". The sarcasm he uses is also very dry, and subdued.
* SwissArmyWeapon[=/=]SwissArmyAppendage: Zetto's [[ArtificialLimbs mechanical arm]] works this way. In addition to firing ki attacks, it can shift its form into a cannon, a chain link gun, and a machine gun.
* TroubledBackstoryFlashback There is a FlashBack to an earlier version of Zetto's character facing The Forbidden Power, this one with ''two'' arms, which suggests that they have met and fought during a similar event in Zetto's past.
* TwoAliasesOneCharacter: It's revealed in Episode 10 that Zetto and Kirbopher are the same player using two different characters when it's shown that both his and Kirbopher's eyes turn gray in the episode and it's stated to be signifying him "disconnecting" from his character and reconnecting to the other character without logging out of TOME. The only time we had seen them interact prior to TheReveal was a match in the Gemini Tournament, and the fact that Kirbopher didn't fight back or talk to Zetto ended up being a hint that both characters were controlled by the same player.
* VariableLengthChain: The chains he shoots from his mechanical arm don't seem to have any limit in length. Also see InstantKnots above.
* VillainousBreakdown: Has one thanks to Nylocke not taking their fight seriously.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: It is later revealed Zetto, along with Kizuna, enlisted the Hackers in order to seek out, test and ultimately eliminate the Forbidden Power, knowing how dangerous it is.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Comes from the anime influences of the original series.

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[[folder:Kizuna]]
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-> Appears in: Episodes 00, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12 as Kizuna and 03 and 05 solely in her Mysterious Red Cat form
-> Voiced by: Imogen Fox

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: Sharpshooting]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Unknown]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* [[AdaptationalVillainy Adaptational]] [[AntiVillain Anti-Villainy]]: In the original, she was solely a protagonist, and at the very least disapproved of Zetto's involvement with the Hackers. Here, she's the hacker leader (although not the [[TheManBehindTheMan creator]]), and is much more cold and calculating. She's eventually revealed to be a WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds, as everything she does is out of a somewhat misguided attempt to protect Zetto, and she doesn't know Rubirules's true intentions.
* AdaptationNameChange: A rather drastic one, from "Ruri" in TTA.
* {{Animorphism}}: As it turns out, she was the Mysterious Red Cat that's been appearing in the past episodes.
* BigBad: According to Neomutant, D-Buggers planning to blackmail the Netkings. But since Zetto's short explicitly states he wants to destroy it, that leaves her.
** Ultimately subverted in that she's firmly on the side of good albeit with an understandable hatred for [=SOFDTI=].
* BrainsAndBrawn: Kizuna is the brains, and Zetto is the brawn. Kizuna with her cold and professional attitude acts as a kind of {{foil}} to Zetto's smarminess, overconfidence and BloodKnight tendencies, keeping him in line.
* ContraltoOfDanger: She has a much huskier voice than the rest of the female cast members. It's used to portray her as being an ActionGirl, before we actually get to see her fight. It also plays up her CreepyMonotone mannerisms.
* CreepyMonotone: Speaks in a breathy monotone very similar to Zetto. Except unlike him she doesn't seem to stress words or syllables at all, when she's talking. She's also more precise when she speaks, and she seems to prefer her responses to be a short three words or less.
* [[CuteKitten Cute Kitty]]: In the form of the Mysterious Red Cat. If you just look at it you know it's adorable. Part of the reason it was used as a Scenery Joke. Since it's very out of place from the rest of the show's characters.
* FreezeFrameBonus: You'll miss her first appearance, in her Mysterious Red Cat form, completely if you're not looking at the foreground in "Highest Form of Flattery" while Flamey and her friends are talking.
* FunnyBackgroundEvent: First appears as a scenery joke in "Highest Form Of Flattery". But then it's upgraded to a MeaningfulBackgroundEvent in "Awaken The Beast".
* LittleBitBeastly: Has long animal-like ears seemingly modeled after a cat or some other animal, but the rest of her design is more human looking.
* GirlsWithGuns / TheGunslinger: Mainly attacks with her handgun. Her power is "sharpshooting".
* GoodWeaponEvilWeapon: In a game that allows players to use energy attacks, swords or even their fists, Kizuna specializes in gun use, which lends to her more questionable alignment.
* {{Handguns}}: The weapon she uses.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Not only did she and Zetto fully trust [[GreaterScopeVillain Rubirules]] when he proposed his plan to "destroy" the virus, they also trusted [[ManipulativeBastard Neomutant]] and [[Jerkass Odboll]] with their plan to make it work, which nearly led to Flamegirl's death.
* ImprobableAimingSkills: The facebook page states that she's a professional gunwoman who never misses
* InfiniteSupplies: Normally a handgun would need to be reloaded after a few rounds, but she has a technique called "Golden Bullet" that grants her unlimited ammunition. It's inside a video game so it makes sense.
* MysteriousWatcher: In her Mysterious Red Cat form, this is her primary activity, always watching the main characters.
* PowerArmor/ MiniMecha: Has a technique called "Beast Armor" which is how she can transform into Tigerlilly. This technique forms a "metallic shell" around her character, and while doing so she trades her naturally good speed for offensive and defensive power, plus it gives her access to more attacks. She's hacked her Beast Armor ability so that it lasts for as long as she needs it to instead of wearing off over time, allowing her to use it as a disguise.
* SlapSlapKiss: With Zetto. Implied by [=SOFDTI=] when she and Zetto are testing the new battle system and bug checking. Outright confirmed by Kizuna as she's about to try and shoot [=SOFDTI=] to prevent another Forbidden Power from being born.
* TheStoic: Speaks in a very airy, and quiet tone, and appears non-emotional, or otherwise unimpressed with what's going on at the tournament. She's been playing TOME since launch, so perhaps she's just disillusioned after playing so long.
* NotSoStoic: From Episode 14 onwards, but mostly when Zetto shoots her in the back to stop her killing [=SOFDTI=]. She's completely horrified.

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[[folder:Serpentine]]
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-> Appears in: Short 03, 06
-> Voiced by: Steven M. Kelly

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: Mighty Claws]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United Kingdom]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* ArchEnemy: Fancies himself this to Nylocke, who gleefully plays along. The circumstances are a lot more serious than Nylocke first expected, however.
* AdaptationDistillation: His character was simplified in the reboot. In the original he had a much bigger role. But he was also very forgettable in the original and didn't have a lot of backstory so it was deemed unnecessary in TOME. He was changed to a villainous roleplayer to play off of Nylocke instead.
* AdaptationNameChange: His name was "Simdragon" in the original, it was changed to Serpentine in the reboot.
* CreateYourOwnVillain: The short "The Legend of Nylocke" reveals that he was once a [[WideEyedIdealist Wide Eyed Roleplayer]] who idolized Nylocke, but was turned down by him because he wasn't good at YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe narrative. He even tried making an evil counterpart character based on Nylocke to fight him but the system didn't allow it. Part of the reason he sought out [=DemonKing=] was to get hacking skills to bypass the system and be a {{Griefer}} in Nylocke's name.
* LargeHam: Intentionally as he's acting out an evil counterpart to Nylocke. Though it contrasts Nylocke in that he still has an indoor voice most of the time, and he sounds more slimy and smug.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Yes, Serpentine ''does'' sound a lot like Creator/TimCurry, doesn't he?
* PunchClockVillain: Mistakenly Acknowledged by Nylocke:
--> '''Nylocke:''' "You play your role well, Serpentine... but your role is that of the enemy!"
* TheRolePlayer: Naturally being an evil roleplayer counterpart to Nylocke.
* SatelliteCharacter: Has only appeared in the two Nylocke-centric shorts. Justified since he's a fellow roleplayer and has a vendetta against Nylocke and wouldn't care about the other protagonists.
* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Emphasizes he's roleplaying a character. He also lives in the UnitedKingdom, which probably has some influence.
* WhatTheHellHero: His speech in "The Legend of Nylocke" has shades of this.

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[[folder:Tsuzuku]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 05, 08
-> Voiced by: [[Creator/KaijiTang Kaiji "Juicey Flannigan" Tang]]

->[[AC:Class: Swordsman]]
->[[AC:Power: Sun Blade]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Shanghai, China]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* FacialMarkings: No doubt it's inspired from ''Franchise/DotHack''
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Shogun.
* InTheNameOfTheMoon: [[{{Lunacy}} No we're not talking about Shogun's moon powers]] The trope name is actually in reference to ''Franchise/SailorMoon''. Anyway Tsuzuku and Shogun take turns introducing themselves with a team catchphrase before battle, explaining their sword's powers, and proudly announcing at the end that "''together they're the [[Franchise/DotHack Twin Blades]]''".
* {{Otaku}}: A big fan of anime as his character, and the name of their team are clearly inspired by it.
* PassFail: He's Chinese, but his friendship with Shogun got started because the latter believed him to be Japanese. [[AllThereInTheManual According to supplementary information]], Tsuzuku has yet to actually set him straight on that.
** That is, until they were about to lose against Zetto in the Gemini Tournament, Tsuzuku reluctantly admits his real ethnicity. Shogun was pissed and about to curse him before [[CurseCutShort they were both blasted away]].
* SerratedBladeOfPain: His sword has a jagged edge resembling a saw. Possibly Inspired by weapons in ''Franchise/DotHack''.
* ThePowerOfTheSun: "''Wielding the Blade of the Sun he's Tsuzuku the Continuous''".
* ThoseTwoGuys: With Shogun.

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[[folder:Shogun]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 05, 08
-> Voiced by: Bryon "Psyguy" Beaubien

->[[AC:Class: Swordsman]]
->[[AC:Power: Moon Blade]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Texas, United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* BladeBelowTheShoulder: His blade is attached to one of his arms.
* FacialMarkings: No Doubt influenced by ''Franchise/DotHack''
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Tsuzuku.
* InTheNameOfTheMoon: [[{{Lunacy}} No we're not talking about Shogun's moon powers]] The trope name is actually in reference to ''Franchise/SailorMoon''. Anyway Tsuzuku and Shogun take turns introducing themselves with a team catchphrase before battle, explaining their sword's powers,and proudly announcing at the end that "''Together they're the [[Franchise/DotHack Twin Blades]]''".
* {{Lunacy}}: "''Wielding the Blade of the Moon he's Shogun the Commanding''"
* OccidentalOtaku: And, perhaps not coincidentally, he's from [[EverythingIsBigInTexas a state with a well-known anime dubbing industry]].
* ThoseTwoGuys: With Tsuzuku.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: His hair color and hair style are inspired from Shugo in ''Franchise/DotHack''

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[[folder:Skeight]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 08; Short 05
-> Voiced by: Eddie Bosco

->[[AC:Class: Fighter]]
->[[AC:Power: Skateboarding]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationExpansion: Based on Sk8rboi from the original series. Except in TOME, Skeight is simply an alternate character created by Doubling to help Rockoon.
* AdaptationNameChange: His name in the original was Sk8erboi. It was changed in the reboot.
* BeneathTheMask: On the surface, he's a TotallyRadical [[FanBoy Fanboy]] but when alone, he lets out a single, annoyed curse. Turns out he's really Doubling.
* ButtMonkey: To Rockoon, who being agitated by his imitations of himself, and by the "funny" way Skeight talks makes constant jokes at Skeight's expense.
* [[FanBoy Fanboy]]: Of Rockoon.
* IronicEcho: A lot of his lines turn out this way, because he's imitating Rockoon, but specifically his use of Rockoon's line "Wubba?" from the first TOME short is pretty funny.
* KillerYoyo: Uses a bladed yoyo as one of his attacks.
* ShoutOut: His use of slang, and overuse of contractions is heavily borrowed from rap culture artists like ''Music/SnoopDogg'' which is undoubtedly where his use of the word "Shizz" came from. Also his line ''"Let er rip!"'' while attacking with his yoyo is a ShoutOut to ''Anime/{{Beyblade}}'' who Rockoon's voice actor voiced in.
* TotallyRadical: Oh so much. In addition to his speech, he also has an exaggerated baseball cap set backwards on his character.
* WhamLine: For Rockoon, at least.
-->''It was nice knowing you... Mother-Scratcher.''

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[[folder:Thorment]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 10
-> Voiced by: "[[Creator/HarryPartridge Happy]]" [[Creator/HarryPartridge Harry Partridge]]

->[[AC:Class: Spellcaster]]
->[[AC:Power: Black Magic]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United Kingdom]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationDistillation: This character was simplified in the reboot. Thorment's not a hacker like in the original, but he maintains his personality, and his creepy obsession with the Forbidden Power.
* AdaptationNameChange: Changed from "Tormentros" in TTA to "Thorment" in TOME.
* BadassLongRobe: Has a long blue robe as a stock costume for his being a BlackMage. And it just looks ''cool'' when he's fighting and it's billowing in the wind.
* BlackMage: He's of the spellcaster class, his power is "black magic", and he's seen using area of effect attacks on the main characters. He even looks a bit like the classic black mage in ''Franchise/FinalFantasy''.
* DemotedToExtra: His TTA counterpart Tormentros had a ''much'' bigger role in the story and was a member of the Hackers. Thorment is just a nosy player who shows up once and then never again.
* EvilSoundsRaspy: Has an airy raspy voice to make him seem creepy and sinister.
* EvilBrit: Combined with his sinister sounding rasp Thorment has a hint of a british accent. Thorment lives somewhere in the UK.
* TheFaceless: Thorment's face is hidden in darkness under his hood.
* GlowingEyesOfDoom: Thorment's eyes glow purple underneath his hood.
* GoodWingsEvilWings: Has bat wings representing the black magic theme of his character.
* IsThatAThreat: Says this StockPhrase to Alpha when he's told to leave. Unfortunately (?) for him Alpha's not actually threatening him, he just refuses to give Thorment what he wants.
* OneShotCharacter: Thorment ultimately appears only in "The Warring Demons".
* SecretChaser: After hearing the rumor's about Alpha and The Forbidden Power shows an obsession with finding the truth about it, and exposing that truth for the world to know. Unlike Alpha who wants to know what the Forbidden Power is to [[SupernaturalAngst solve his own problems]], Thorment is just a really nosy and pesky player who wants to know for the sake of knowing.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Much is made of Thorment's desire to learn the secret of the Forbidden Power at all costs, but he never reappears in season 2.

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[[folder:Pawneeko]]
-> Appears in: Short 04
-> Voiced by: Chris Zito

->[[AC:Class: Spellcaster?]]
->[[AC:Power: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: TBA]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationExpansion: In the original iteration he was just an unnamed character who appears for a one-off gag and is never seen again. In TOME Pawneeko gets a whole short all to himself.
* MythologyGag: Pawneeko himself is one to a character in TTA who only appeared as a one-off gag in the original.
* SnakeOilSalesman: Tries to trick Flamegirl, Saturndiva, and Whyti into buying poorly made, unwinnable mini games "For the low, low price of $9.99 per month!"
* RemakeCameo: Pawneeko is voiced by Chris Zito, the first voice actor other than Niosi to return from TTA. He also voiced "Red Meat" in ''WebAnimation/SuperFreakinParodyRangers'', another work by Chris Niosi.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dijiri]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 04, 05; Short 04, 05
-> Voiced by: David "[=CrikeyDave=]" Smith

->[[AC:Class: Swordsman]]
->[[AC:Power: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: TBA]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* UsefulNotes/AustralianAccent: Given that the art designer he's based off is Australian it's naturally the way Dijiri speaks as well.
* BerserkButton: Don't make fun of his accent.
* CoolMask: Seemingly Nostalgic to ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'', and resembling comic book super hero characters.
* CreatorCameo: Dijiri is based on Niosi's art designer David Smith. He originally appeared in a cameo in "Fraggedquest" (along with his fellow art designers). But he has since appeared in other episodes, as a bystander having a minor connection to the plot.
* RecurringExtra, occasionally elevated to SpearCarrier
* SimpleStaff: His weapon is a staff with a resemblance to a Didgeridoo which is a kind of wind instrument made by natives in Australia.
* TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong: He's actually right, but when he complains to a moderator that a player stung him in real life the mod thinks "he was just playing a game for too many hours in a row."
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Fits together with the rest of his color scheme. Might be inspired by anime, but being a minor character we may never really know for sure.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:BaileySmith13]]
->Appears in: Episode 11, 13
->Voiced By: Eileen Montgomery

!!!Associated Tropes:
* DecoyProtagonist: [=BaileySmith13=] narrates the beginning of Episode 11. She appears on its thumbnail. She enters in the same way as Alpha from episode one, providing a CallBack to the first and fifth episodes. Her voice actress, Eileen Montgomery, was even featured on the official TOME facebook page.Then she gets squished by a battlegrid stolen from ;Mechcity by Odboll and is never seen or heard from again.
** She reappears as a cameo in Episode 13 looking worried as she hears about the maintenence.
* [[GirlyRun Girly Walk]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Justin]]
->Appears in: Episode 11
->Voiced by:
[[/folder]]

!!Artificial Intelligences

[[folder:The Forbidden Power]]
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-> Appears in: All Episodes except 02, 06, 08
->Voiced by: Andrew Francis
->Vocal Effects: Chris Niosi. Who said he does all the sounds himself.
->[[AC:Class: ///]]
->[[AC:Power: ///]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Kajet, The True Shadowguard Beast ]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: None]]
!!!Associated Tropes:
* AdaptationalVillainy: Somewhat. In the original, the Forbidden Power was programmed by a third party to protect the game, but malfunctioned and became a virus. It was still evil and still had the ability to hurt people in real life, but was not MadeOfEvil like it is in the reboot.
** In both the original and the reboot, the Forbidden Power was willing to merge with Alpha to defeat the D-Bug/Dragon Bug at the end of each series' respective second season.
* AIIsACrapshoot: Subverted. The Forbidden Power is an evil A.I., however, it came into being completely by accident.
* AllegoricalCharacter: In episode 00 we learn that the Forbidden Power literally IS created from negative human thoughts and urges. Particularly fear, doubt, and anger. And is sealed away by a being representing optimism, that is literally made up of caring thoughts, only for The Forbidden Power to resurface later by exploiting human weaknesses. Very much representing how negative memories linger, and resurface in real life, but can be pacified with positive spins and outlooks on life.
* AxeCrazy: In addition to making the people it infects incredibly violent, the Forbidden Power itself is this, as it's actually programmed to kill people. Through this programming, it's also incredibly sadistic, as shown when it wanted to kill Zetto in the most horrible way possible.
* BigBad: The Forbidden Power is the source of all evil and the main conflict in the show. It is evil to the point where even the leader of the hackers is concerned about this monster. However, once it is reduced to raw code in the GrandFinale, it opts to [[AwakeningTheSleepingGiant team up with Alpha]] to defeat an even WORSE source of evil.
* BossSubtitles: When unleashed in its full monstrous form: '''KAJET: THE TRUE SHADOWGUARD BEAST''' Inspired by OcarinaOfTime, no less!
* ClassifiedInformation: In exchange for allowing SOFDTI to survive the government made her (and by extension the Forbidden Power too) a government secret that the Netkings are by law bound from being able to talk about.
* CompleteImmortality: The Forbidden Power can't be destroyed. It can only be sealed away in the ethers of TOME's walls or attached to an unsuspecting player's character.
* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: It's stated that The Forbidden power has the ability to ignore the rules of TOME. This is also shown in episode 04 when it's used to break into a battle grid from the outside.
* TheCorruption: The more Alpha uses the Forbidden Power, the more powerful it becomes, and the more control it gains over his mind.
* CrushKillDestroy / KillAllHumans: All it wants to do is kill and harm people. Alpha says in the show that it exists to harm people. it is eventually revealed to be a virus that is literally an amalgamation of the Netkings' [[MadeOfEvil own worst emotions]], meaning that it doesn't just want to spread pain and destruction - it IS pain and destruction.
* DealWithTheDevil: With Alpha in the first episode.
* EldritchAbomination: To TOME's virtual world. It has a complete disregard for rules in the game, showing an ability to break them to [[RealityWarper manipulate virtual reality]], and harm players in real life. It has a complete LackOfEmpathy towards players of the game and an unsettling, bizarre form resembling television static with yellow sparks, and it's rationale for doing the things it does is stated to be beyond what anyone can understand.
* EnemyMine : The Forbidden Power is willing to team up with Alpha in its last moments to stop Rubirules once his motives are revealed.
* EvilCounterpart: To SOFDTI, who is positive thoughts. She unwittingly created the virus when she couldn't correctly process the Netkings' negati
* GoodHurtsEvil: When SOFDTI, who is basically MadeOfGood, finally stands up to it, she is able to seal it away, as SOFDTI's positive emotions ended up being its weakness.
* EvilIsNotAToy: Manipulates Alpha in the first episode into thinking he can use the powers given to him by freeing it as a tool to impress his friends. Needless to say this was a [[BlatantLies blatant lie]] it actually uses ''Alpha'' as a puppet so it can be free to harm people.
* HairTriggerTemper: It's very easy to anger. Even just talking about it's nature to Alpha is enough to set it off in some situations.
** It also CantTakeCriticism as Alpha's conversation with Zetto in episode 10 shows
* HeartBeatSoundtrack: When the the Forbidden Power is "pulsating", it makes a sound similar to a heartbeat.
* IJustWantToBeFree: Claims this to be it's motivation for attaching itself to Alpha's character. This appears to be [[BlatantLies a blatant lie]]. It only wanted to use Alpha so it could harm people, although it can't be too happy about how it was sealed away and prevented from doing that either.
* InsaneEqualsViolent: It's insane and violent personality is used to play the Forbidden Power as horrifying. The Forbidden Power has been insane since the first moment we were introduced to it in the show, and it's incredibly violent and sadistic because of that.
* IntelligibleUnintelligible: The Forbidden Power is shown "talking" by some strange noise starting in episode 01, almost like breathing. Alpha can understand it however.
* YourMindMakesItReal: The Forbidden Power is able to harm players in real life.
* MadeOfEvil: The Forbidden Power was created when SOFDTI wasn't able to correctly process negative human emotions. He's literally made of the evils and vices of humanity in the form of data.
* NotImportantToThisEpisodeCamp: Episode 08, the only one featuring Alpha in which he doesn't use the Forbidden Power in some way ([[DemonicPossession or vice-versa]]).
* {{Leitmotif}}: The Forbidden Power's is called [[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/the-virus "THE VIRUS"]]
* PowersAsPrograms: Literally, as its title implies! It's a literal computer virus and literal power inside the game. It's able harm people in real life and grant players the power to do the same.
* {{Sadist}}: Clearly enjoys Alpha's suffering and the suffering it causes to other people, wants to manipulate Alpha, taunts him, lies to him, and dominates his mind, is very violent, and AxeCrazy toward anything human, except the in game character it currently resides in. In episode 10 it states that it wants to make Zetto in particular suffer as much as possible.
* SealedEvilInACan: It was locked away before Alpha freed it and was reduced to this again when it's sealed inside the drain edge in episode 10.
* {{Telepathy}}: Communicates with Alpha mentally for all of the first season. Episode 00 also shows the Forbidden Power taunting Zetto mentally without possessing him. This means that at least in some circumstances, the Forbidden Power can talk telepathically with a player without being attached to that player's character.

!!Demon Alpha
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-> "Appears" in: Episodes 05, 07, 10
->Voiced by: Blake "[=ShadyVox=]" Swift

->[[AC:Class: Fighter]]
->[[AC:Power: ///]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Michael]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AchillesHeel: Strangely, it seems that so much as ''touching'' Flamegirl will weaken him while in this state. It is revealed during Short 7 that Ravenfreak implanted an antivirus program into Flamegirl's character during Episode 3, which was created to be the Forbidden Power's weakness. Zetto was able to defeat Demon Alpha using an earlier version of the same program during Awaken The Beast.
* AttackAttackAttack: A side effect of his UnstoppableRage.
* AxeCrazy: The Forbidden Power itself is this, as it's actually programmed to kill people, because of this the people it infects become incredibly violent
* BattleAura: The static and yellow lines that make up the Forbidden Power show around Alpha whenever he draws on its power.
* TheCorruption: The more Alpha uses the Forbidden Power the more it tries to take control of him. Eventually turning him into Demon Alpha.
* CreepyLongFingers: One of the transformation changes of Alpha's demon form. While played as creepy they're also used for a slashing attack.
* CurbStompBattle: Demon Alpha inflicts one on several players when he goes on a rampage in Awaken the Beast. Zetto inflicts one on him during a killing spree in the same episode.
* DealWithTheDevil: The Forbidden Power with Alpha in the first episode.
* DeathByIrony: :Demon Alpha is eventually defeated the same way Alpha is defeated in the first episode, before he made his deal with the devil. By a giant laser beam.
* DemonicPossession: Possessed by a computer virus.
* GoodWingsEvilWings: Normally, Alpha's wings are white, but during his DemonicPossession Alpha's color scheme gets darker, and his wings and tail turn black.
* HearingVoices: Alpha hears the Forbidden Power's voice while under it's influence.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Has two. There's [[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/the-virus "THE VIRUS"]] when the Forbidden Power is just starting to affect Alpha and the much wilder "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/awaken-the-beast Awaken the Beast]]" used when the Forbidden Power gets out of control and possesses Alpha outright.
* MentalFusion: [[http://kirbopher.tumblr.com/post/71429595697/username-demon-alpha-location-unknown-us-class Demon Alpha's character breakdown]] suggests that Alpha and The Forbidden Power's minds are fused into one consciousness while in this form. Turning this character into a mindless blood-lusting killer.
* NighInvulnerability/ NoSell: The influence of the "Forbidden Power" makes him invulnerable to most attacks.
** NotSoInvincibleAfterall: Zetto and Flamegirl can get through to him, due to the antivirus programs hidden in their characters.
* OhCrap: Demon Alpha's reaction when Zetto deflects his virus attack
* PowersAsPrograms: Demon Alpha is Alpha possessed by a computer virus, and one of Demon Alpha's attacks uses the computer virus itself to cause damage.
* PowersViaPossession: His powers come from being possesed by a computer virus. See PowersAsPrograms above
** PowerFloats: He can float in the air because of the virus power.
** YourMindMakesItReal: The Forbidden Power is able to make his attacks hurt players in real life.
* PsychoactivePowers: When Alpha's emotionally, overwhelmed, and vulnerable, he becomes Demon Alpha, and the "Forbidden Power" takes complete control of his human mind and his player-character's body.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: His eyes glow red because of the virus power.
* ScreamingWarrior: Screams and grunts the whole time while attacking in episode 5. only breaking from his screaming rage when touched by Flamegirl.
* SuperpoweredEvilSide: Naturally since he's Alpha's demon possessed form.
* UnstoppableRage: The Villain Variety. While he's very powerful his rage can still cause him to, lose focus, and make poor decisions in combat.
** UnskilledButStrong: Blinded by rage which hampers down on his skill, but he can dish out heavy damage.
* IntelligibleUnintelligible: The Forbidden Power "talks" to Alpha prior to him being possessed by some strange noise, almost like breathing. Alpha can understand it however.
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: The Virus power drives him insane as a trade off.

!!Demon Zetto
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-> “Appears” in: Episode 10
-> Voiced by: Chris Niosi

->[[AC:Class: Fighter]]
->[[AC:Power: ///]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Christopher, assuming that's Kirb's real name]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* DemonicPossession: Due to Zetto being possessed in episode 10
* FangsAreEvil: Zetto's teeth look much sharper while in this form.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Demon Zetto's is called “[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/survive-the-virus-by-thelivingtombstone Survive tHE VIRUS]]”, which is a DarkReprise of "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/survive-the-drama Survive the Drama]]"
* HeroicWillpower: Even when possessed by the Forbidden Power, Zetto manages to remove the rest of the Forbidden Power from Alpha's character.
* HopelessBossFight: is unbelievably powerful and invulnerable, Alpha holds his own against Demon Zetto very well for a decently long time, but ultimately loses. He would have been toast if not for Flamey and Nylocke intervening.
* MentalFusion: [[http://kirbopher.tumblr.com/post/71429595697/username-demon-alpha-location-unknown-us-class Demon Zetto's character breakdown]] suggests that Zetto and The Forbidden Power's minds are fused into one consciousness while in this form. Turning this character into a mindless blood-lusting killer.
* NeckLift: Does this to Alpha with his Ki energy arm in episode 10
* NighInvulnerability/ NoSell: The influence of the "Forbidden Power" makes him invulnerable to most attacks, except for Flamegirl's antivirus.
* PerpetualFrowner: Is always scowling and glaring menacingly and growling like a beast. This is a very creepy contrast to Zetto's constantly sporting a SlasherSmile in episode 05.
* PowersViaPossession: Gains extra strength and power when being possessed by The Forbidden Power, including being able to extend his Ki-energy to give his attacks longer reach and:
** PowerFloats: The Forbidden power makes him able to float in the air
** PowerUpgradingDeformation: His mechanical arm breaks apart and turns into a large arm made of ki.
** YourMindMakesItReal: The Forbidden Power is able to harm players in real life
* RedEyesTakeWarning: His eyes glow red the same way Alpha's do when he becomes possessed by the Forbidden Power in episode 10.
* ScreamingWarrior: Screams and growls the whole time while attacking.
* SuperPoweredEvilSide: Demon Zetto is Zetto possessed by the forbidden power.
* UnstoppableRage: While possessed by The Forbidden Power. Which makes Zetto go berserk in a rage and repeatedly say "Kill", because the virus wants [[CrushKillDestroy to destroy]] Alpha. Although Zetto eventually breaks the possession momentarily to say [[MercyKill "Kill Me"]] desperately asking Alpha to finish him.

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[[folder: The Dragon Bug]]
* BossSubtitles: '''DRAGON BUG: ULTIMATE VACCINATION WEAPON'''
* DragonsUpTheYinYang: Resembles a chinese dragon, and looks incredibly awesome fighting Kajet in a Kaiju-esque battle.
* {{Kaiju}}: Designed as a giant dragon monster so it can fight The Forbidden Power's true form.
* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Is a mechanical dragon, created inside an MMO, with a head created from Nylocke's dragon character model, and powered by an anti-virus program, and the mind of Flamegirl. Pretty much as different as it gets.
* PowersAsPrograms: Powered by an anti-virus, designed to fight Kajet, The Forbidden Power.
* PurpleIsPowerful: Glows purple, and spits out purple flames to denote the anti-virus's power within it.
* ThinkingUpPortals: Is able to create a portal to appear in the Sanctuary region.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: SOFDTI]]
-> Appears in: Episode 00, Episode 15
-> Voiced by: Casey Mongillo, credited as Ryan Gillmoon in episode 00
!!!Associated Tropes:
* AllegoricalCharacter: SOFDTI literally IS innocence, and optimism, and positive thoughts manifested as computer data. And she's able to overwhelm the Forbidden Power a virus whose origins comes from negative human thoughts. In other words she banished her own bad thoughts with ThePowerOfLove and positivity.
* BenevolentAI: SOFDTI was created by the Netkings as a program meant to process and understand human thought. Although SOFDTI Is inadvertendedly responsible for the creation of the Forbidden Power due to not being able to understand negative human emotions, she is still a benevolent entity and is one of the key reasons TOME is able to simulate the feeling of life.
* ClassifiedInformation: In exchange for allowing SOFDTI to survive the government made her (and by extension the Forbidden Power too) a government secret that the Netkings are by law bound from being able to talk about.
* FunWithAcronyms: SOFDTI stands for "Self-Operating Full Duplex Technical Intelligence". Rubirules remarks that he thinks it's a cheesy name, but Kindarspirit thinks it's cute and perfect for her.
* MadeOfGood: She attained sentience miraculously when she was influenced by the positive thoughts and emotions she was processing of the Netkings who created her. She is literally made up of everything good, and positive about the human psyche in the form of data.
* ThePowerOfLove: SOFDTI was able to weaken the Forbidden Power enough to seal it away because she's made up of extremely positive emotions influenced on her by the caring thoughts of her creators. Basically she sealed away the virus with the power of her parents' love for her.
* {{Technopath}}: Since she essentially is the game engine itself she can control the graphics and physics of the game.
* {{Telepathy}}: TOME character models are controlled by converting players thoughts into data. SOFDTI processes those thoughts and interprets them as actions in the game. She's able to read players minds as a consequence of this.
* ThirdEye: Her character model has three eyes. She is psychic, and the third eye may also represent that, but it doesn't give her that ability. Rubirules just thought it was cool.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Due to not being able to process negative human emotions, SOFDTI accidentally created the Forbidden Power.
* WingedHumanoid: Her character model is a pink fairy-like humanoid with insect wings.
* YourMindMakesItReal: She created the Sanctuary region of TOME when she read Bitshrum's mind and copied it directly from his imagination. On the flip side When Execk told her about pain and human conflict her fear and confusion of trying to understand those concepts were the catalyst that accidentally created the forbidden power.
[[/folder]]

!!The Tome Adventure
-> Note: These characters appear only in Short 00, released for AprilFoolsDay 2014

[[folder:alpha]]

-> Voiced by: Mike Luckas

->[[AC:power: young dumb kid]]
->[[AC:type: angelface]]

* DarkSecret: His connection with the Forbidden Power.
* RemakeCameo: The voice of the original Alpha, even credited at the beginning of the short under the name "UCII" - short for Ultimate Creature II.
* TheWorfEffect: Easily dispatched by Rockoon, even in his Demon Alpha form.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:agrl]]

-> Voiced by: Liz Losey

->[[AC:power: flambo]]
->[[AC:type: grl]]

* DesignatedLoveInterest: Literally her only purpose in the short, a parody of Flamegirl's role in the original TTA.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:krbo4]]

-> Voiced by: Jonathan "Ukinojoe" Gran

->[[AC:who cares]]

* BromanticFoil: His oddly specific obsession with alpha (and rivalry with "agrl") carries over not from TTA, but from TOME itself.
* SourSupporter: Unlike in the original TTA, where Kirbopher15 was one of the biggest opponents of the hackers, here he (repeatedly) insists that he's just playing the game to have fun.
* VitriolicBestBuds: With everyone. Lampshaded when "agrl" informs him that none of them really like him.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:nairock]]

-> Voiced by: Colin Zabielski

->[[AC:power: lpud]]
->[[AC:type: dagron]]

* CatchPhrase: In one of the few overt parodies of TOME as opposed to TTA, he cries out "Catchphrase!" with the familiar spinning red-and-yellow pattern behind him as he does so.
* GratuitousJapanese: As a parody of the original character, he introduces himself as "Nailock-sama, Kotetsu Ryu-san-chan-haki-saki-sensei-sama."
* RemakeCameo: The voice of (and inspiration for!) the original Nailock. Notably, he does not attempt to ape Martin Billany's English accent or YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:gamcarzed]]

-> Voiced by: Gregory Prytyka, Jr.

->[[AC:power: no one nows]]
->[[AC:type: i forgot]]

* DeadpanSnarker: A grotesque parody of the original Gamecrazed's snarky tendencies.
* RemakeCameo: The voice of the original Gamecrazed.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:rockoon]]

-> Voiced by: Deven Mack, Jr.

* HerCodeNameWasMarySue: Rockoon defeats Demon Alpha without breaking a sweat, and goes on to impart the moral of the story.
* ShoutOut: His greeting "Hello kids!" is a reference to a lyric from the song "Queen Dot Kong", which was used in a fanvid to represent the hackers - what clinched it was that the singer's voice sounds eerily similar to Mack's.

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!The Five-Man Band

[[folder:Alpha]]
[[quoteright:238:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/alpha_t123_1620.jpg]]
-> ''A young boy who's a bit on the shy side; but is a skilled fighter, well-balanced with many powers inspired by the Greek Gods.''

-> Appears in: All Episodes except 02, 06
-> Voiced by: Blake "[=ShadyVox=]" Swift

->[[AC:Class: Fighter]]
->[[AC:Power: Mythology]]
->[[AC:ID No.: 010-292-689]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Michael]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:
* AgeLift: Although a minor one (from about 15 to around 17-18), it's significant due to the Age Lifts of all the other characters. Alpha was an older member of his group of friends in the original, but here, he's the youngest out of them. (In fact, he's the only member of the group close to his original age - it's just that in the original, all the main characters were teens whereas here, Alpha's the only non-adult).
* AttackAttackAttack: Alpha fights this way in grid battles in the early episodes when he's not under the influence of the "Forbidden Power". It's to emphasize his inexperience.
* BackToBackBadasses: With Flamegirl at the end of episode 7.
* BattleCouple: With Flamegirl, in the Gemini Tournament.
* BoltOfDivineRetribution: His lightning attack which is named after Zeus.
* CharacterDevelopment: Alpha starts off as very unsure, insecure and soft spoken. Throughout the first season, he naturally becomes more confident and sure of himself, and in the second season, he's much less shy and is able to speak his mind and act without hesitation when he has to. Alpha's growth as a character eventually allows him to team up with the Forbidden Power in the GrandFinale without it controlling him so he can defeat Rubirules.
* CombatPragmatist: If there's an advantage he can exploit to win, he uses it. The enemy being knocked down won't stop him from attacking.
* CurbStompBattle: Gets a critical hit, and inflicts on on Kirbopher in the first episode. He also gets eliminated from a grid fight very quickly in that same episode. Also inflicts one on Tsuzuku and Shogun at the beginning of Episode 05.
** It's essentially a RunningGag that every single one of Alpha's battles with Kirbopher is one of these and Kirbopher never wins.
* CursedWithAwesome: His curse being the "Forbidden Power's" ability to harm people in real life. Which sounds cool on the surface, but has some pretty serious potential consequences he's very concerned about.
* DealWithTheDevil: With the Forbidden Power in the first episode.
* DeflectorShields: One of his attacks is an energy shield, but unlike Asterob he doesn't base his whole fighting style around it.
* DemonicPossession: Fittingly, this first happens in the episode "Awaken the Beast". Up to that point, though the Forbidden Power was influencing his behaviour, it did not take control outright.
* EarnYourHappyEnding: The Forbidden Power is completely erased, his friends are safe and sound, the true BigBad is going to pay for his crimes and he gets to meet Zetto, Nylocke and Flamegirl in person finally.
* FacialMarkings: Has two Roman numeral "I"s near his eyes.
* FingerlessGloves: Alpha gets these with an update to his look in episode 10 that make him look more badass.
* FinishingMove: The "Vulcan Rocket", a combination of the moves Vulcan Fist, and Rocket Burn that Alpha and Flamegirl use in the Gemini Tournament.
* FirstNameBasis: With Flamegirl, as of "Infectuation".
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Supine, a rare example of the main character having this temperament.
* FriendlessBackground: Because he spends all of his free time staying at home, playing video games (obviously), and his acquaintances out in the "real world" believe that LonersAreFreaks. They'd probably be willing to befriend him if he put himself out there more, but he's apparently even more of a ShrinkingViolet in person.
* GoodWingsEvilWings: Normally, Alpha's wings are white, but during his DemonicPossession in episode 5 Alpha's color scheme gets darker, and his wings and tail turn black.
* HearingVoices: Alpha hears the Forbidden Power's voice while under it's influence.
* TheHero: Has a well balanced character, and is skilled at the game, and is a friend to everyone in the group. But, due to being the youngest and most inexperienced, he's an exceptional kind of hero in that he doesn't lead the group.
* HeroicBSOD: Alpha at the end of Episode 14 after watching Flamegirl screaming in agony and then being sent into the Anti-Virus Dragon and then after landing, he finds Kirbopher's lifeless character model and as he hyperventilates as memories of his friends flash before his eyes, he lets out a blood clenching scream.
** He snaps out of it when Zetto arrives on the scene and Alpha realizes Zetto and Kirbopher are the same person.
* HurtingHero: After receiving the "Forbidden Power" in episode 01 it was helpful for fighting off hackers at first, but in later episodes Alpha seems to be conflicted about using it because he's afraid of his power hurting someone, and no longer wants anything to do with it.
** As of Episode 10, Alpha has had the Forbidden Power removed from his character and he is incredibly happy about that.
** And Alpha's hurting like crazy with how Episode 14 ended with Nylocke and Flamegirl sealed into the Anti-Virus Dragon, Kirbopher in critical condition and having memories of his friends flashing in his head as he lets out a massive scream.
* IJustWantToHaveFriends: Alpha's desire. Fulfilled through playing TOME.
* InnocentBlueEyes: He's indoubtedly one of the most innocent and sweet characters in the show.
* IronicName: Personality-wise, Alpha is easily the ''least'' "alpha-type" character in the FiveManBand.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Alpha's is called "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/a-heros-wings A Hero's Wings]]", which also has a DarkReprise called [[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/a-heros-weakness "A Hero's Weakness"]].
* MakingASplash: His attack "Poseidon Wave", which sends out a torrent of water at his enemies.
* OhCrap: Alpha has this reaction when Zetto is possessed by the Forbidden Power and even gets a CurseCutShort when Demon Zetto attacks.
* NiceGuy: Definitely the kindest character in the FiveManBand.
* NighInvulnerability/ NoSell: Shown from episode one to be invulnerable to attacks when under the influence of the "Forbidden Power". Zetto, and Flamegirl are the only exceptions due to anti-virus programs hidden in their characters.
* NotImportantToThisEpisodeCamp: Does not appear in Episodes 02 or 06 (apart from brief non-speaking cameos in the latter). Notably, to date he has also failed to appear in any of the shorts with original footage, has never appeared without his LoveInterest Flamegirl also being present, and has logged the second-''fewest'' appearances of any main character (behind Gamecrazed). This despite being the ostensible protagonist.
* OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent: [[AllThereInTheManual Background information]] describes him as having joined TOME "due to its rising popularity in his High School". [[WordOfGod Niosi has also confirmed]] that he is the youngest main character, at about 17-18, though in "Highest Form of Flattery", multiple characters claim that he and Flamegirl are the same age. (Justified in that Flamegirl is only a year or two older than him, so for all intents and purposes, they are.
* PeekABangs: Has a spike of hair hanging near one eye, with it obscuring his eye only occasionally. Serves as a symbol of his shy and unassuming tendencies.
* PrimaryColorChampion: His color scheme is primarily blue, and red, with white as the third color. In season 2 his color scheme is completely red and white.
* PsychicStrangle: Does this to Ravenfreak in episode 03. He uses The Forbidden Power to make Ravenfreak float in the air, choking him and exposing him to serious pain in the process. Also does this Kirbopher in episode 05 forcing Kirbopher to log out. It's made evident in the show that The Forbidden Power was manipulating Alpha's mind during both instances of this happening.
* RedOniBlueOni: The Blue Oni to Kirbopher's Red Oni
* ResistTheBeast: Alpha's main arc surrounding the Forbidden Power involves him resisting it's control over his mind, and trying to not hurt anyone with it. :And Flame Girl helping him keep control of it
* TheReveal: In the closing minutes of "The Warring Demons", we finally learn that Alpha's real name is Michael.
* {{Telepathy}}: Communicates mentally with The Forbidden Power against his will for all of the first season
* TookALevelInBadass: By the Season Finale, Alpha took a big one of these, and thanks to that, he's able to hold his ground against Demon Zetto and gives a WorldOfCardboardSpeech to the Forbidden Power.
* SeekerArchetype: To an extent. As of the episodes ''Infectuation'', And ''Gemini Tournament Yin'' he's started to become a bit anxious to learn more about the "Forbidden Power".
* ShockAndAwe: One of his attacks. In the TOME universe, this and HolyHandGrenade appear to be interchangeable, because it is described as "light" powers in the fourth episode despite clearly being a lightning/electrical attack. Either way, he is the only character in the FiveManBand with the ability.
** BoltOfDivineRetribution: Possibly the reasoning behind said lightning being light-elemental.
* SleevesAreForWimps: Alpha gets a new look in episode 10, and loses his scarf and long sleeved shirt in exchange for a black tank top and FingerlessGloves.
* SpikyHair: Leftover from the original show. Rockoon calls him "porcupine head".
* SupernaturalAngst: [[CursedWithAwesome He'd be much happier]] if he had never received the "Forbidden Power", and much of his conflict is either worrying about it hurting someone, or how he's anxious to learn the truth about what the "Forbidden Power" really is.
* SuperPoweredEvilSide: When the Forbidden Power takes over him. As of episode 10, the Forbidden Power is gone thanks to Zetto.
* ThemeNaming: All of his special attacks are named for members of the Greco-Roman pantheon - hence his power of "Mythology".
* ThrowingYourShieldAlwaysWorks: He can use his energy shield as a weapon by throwing it.
* {{Tuckerization}}: Alpha's first name comes from Mike Luckas, on whom the original TTA character was based.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Accidentally found the Forbidden Power (Or rather it brought him to it's seal) and became infected with it and after it's removed by Zetto, Alpha still has a tiny piece of it within him and during the second season, anytime he feels alot of emotion it empowers the Forbidden Power and frees it from the Drain Edge and then the egg Kajet is sealed in.
* WorldOfCardboardSpeech: Gives one to the Forbidden Power when he's fighting Demon Zetto.
--> '''Alpha''': I think I finally understand you. Your entire existance is meant to hurt others... and I was just your tool for doing it. That's the only reason you ever bothered with me... and I was just too stupid to figure it out. Well, I don't need you. I ''never'' needed you! Now GET OUT!!
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Kirbopher.
* WingsDoNothing: Purely cosmetic, although [[AllThereInTheManual Kirbopher has claimed]] [[http://ask-kirbopher.tumblr.com/post/31568354615/wings-are-annoying-and-just-get-in-the-way-a-true in his blog]] that they boost agility.

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[[folder: Kirbopher]]
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-> ''A brash little imp, who cares about nothing more than having fun and battling foes. He wields an enchanted sword with many magical attacks.''

-> Appears in: All Episodes except 03
-> Voiced by: Chris Niosi

->[[AC:Class: Swordsman]]
->[[AC:Power: Enchanted Sword]]
->[[AC:ID No.: 001-501-111]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Christopher?]]
-->"S'like Christopher, except curvier."
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:
* AgeLift: From a 15-year-old kid to [[spoiler: an adult working for Netking Software. It should be noted, however, that Rubirules still considers him to be a "kid", so he can't be much older than twenty-something. Also significant is the fact that Zetto still worked for Netking Software in the original, it's just that he was a teenage prodigy and special mention is made of his unusual talent.]].
* BattleCry / CallingYourAttacks: Alpha jokes about him doing this in the first episode. In ''Awaken the Beast'' Kirbopher says that doing so adds "Oomph" to his attacks. Turns out, Kizuna also joked this back during the development stages of TOME and he, as Zetto, simiarly replied that it sounded cool.
* BerserkButton: He has a few:
** It's pronounced KIR-boh-fur, NOT "Kirboffer" and NOT "Kirbofour".
** He is NOT a squire. Or an imp, for that matter.
** Role-players, [[spoiler: which is ironic, because he's been LivingADoubleLife this entire time]].
* BlowYouAway: One of his attacks is creating a tornado with his sword.
* BromanticFoil: Suggested as a joke by Nylocke. But it's actually being ''played straight''. Kirbopher follows the trope by, competing with the main lead, Alpha, constantly, while still being [[VitriolicBestBuds best buds]] with the guy, and all while competing with Flamegirl [[note]](who Alpha is [[LoveInterest interested in romantically]])[[/note]] for Alpha's attention.
* ButtMonkey: He's very often the subject of the group's jokes, because he's easily provoked and often has an attitude/ overreacts to things, and because his friends like to tease him about his friendly rivalry with Alpha.
* [[JustForPun Kirb]] [[CurbStompBattle Stomp Battle]]: Alpha gets a criticial hit, and inflicts one on Kirb in the first episode, Kirb is often the person to inflict one on Rockoon in several episodes, and it's discussed in the show that he likes doing this to have fun when he says he's "going to play the fun part of the game" and "beat down some chumps".
** Kirb always has these inflicted on him by Alpha everytime they have a battle. Kirb even comments that Alpha'll never let him win, but he prefers it that way because he wants to win fairly.
* CharacterBlog: Available right [[http://ask-kirbopher.tumblr.com/ here]].
* DistressedDude: This is a recurring gag at Kirb's expense. He's been immobilized by other characters attacks, and his friends have had to save him three times. First with Splat when he was trapped by her slime, and then by Execk and Kindarspirit in season 2 with their own restraining moves.
* DoubleAgent: It's revealed Kirbopher is an alternate character of Zetto's and that his player is using it to give the hacker organization updates on Alpha's status while his character is possessed by the Forbidden Power. This also explains a lot of his [[GrumpyBear bitterness]] about the FiveManBand's decision to [[SourSupporter fight the hackers]]. He doesn't want to get in the way of the hackers and/or reveal his other identity to his friends. Although Zetto/Kirb seems genuinely more concerned about the virus harming someone than abusing it. To be fair, however, he's still not malicious to his friends, he just doesn't want them involved in his mess.
* FriendlyRival: With Alpha. Who he considers his sparring partner.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Choleric.
* GrumpyBear: Tends to respond to most of the team's plans with an angry attitude.
* HintDropping: In episode 7 he frequently drops hints to Archy that he's being a pest. Archy either just doesn't get it or is very persistent.
* {{Hypocrite}}: Kirbopher hates role-players and fake people, but HE's actually been LivingADoubleLife from the beginning (see Irony below).
* ICallItVera: [[AllThereInTheManual His Ask Kirbopher blog]] [[http://ask-kirbopher.tumblr.com/post/22703912996/what-do-you-think-youre-doing-here-you-overgrown reveals]] that he calls his sword "The XV", which stands for 15, his lucky number.
* AnIcePerson: One of his attacks, called "ice knives" involves ice projectiles coming out of his sword.
* {{Irony}}: For all his dislike of Role Players, he's been LivingAdoubleLife from the beginning.
* InSeriesNickname: "Kirb".
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Deep, ''deep'' down.
** The heart of gold shows itself in episode 6, when he tells Nylocke and Gamecrazed that he feels bad about the events of episode 5 and wants to apologize.
** The Kirbopher/Zetto player explicitly acknowledges in "Plan Z" that the rest of the FiveManBand - all of them, even including Nylocke and Flamegirl - were "people who I grew to love as dear friends".
* KatanasAreJustBetter: Points out on his blog that he chose a Katana because they're cool, and calls Nylocke's sword a "massive, blue ice pop".
* KilledOffForReal: Kirbopher's character model is extremely damaged by Kajet's attack and his player more or less decides to stay as Zetto from now on, but a memorial is left in Sanctuary for him with his sword stabbed into a stone with his hat on the hilt.
* TheLancer: To Alpha. Who he considered his rival at first, but he developed a friendship with him that gets deeper as the series goes on. He's also a very outspoken and loud character in contrast to Alpha's shy, and unassuming nature.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Kirbopher's is called [[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/dangerous-duo "Dangerous Duo"]], though this is not immediately obvious from the title, placement on the soundtrack album, or usage in the show itself (unlike the leitmotifs for the other four members of the FiveManBand). The name ''might'' be an allusion to the player's dual role as Kirbopher and Zetto. However, it was [[AllThereInTheManual officially confirmed]] in [[http://ask-kirbopher.tumblr.com/post/70468212472/mine-doesnt-even-have-words-because-it-doesnt his character blog]].
* LivingADoubleLife: Since Kirbopher and Zetto are two characters used by the same player he has to balance interacting with two different groups of characters, and has to act differently for both characters to avoid suspicion of this double life.
* MiseryBuildsCharacter: This seems to be the intended {{aesop}} from Kirbopher's gloominess, and attempts to make amends after Awaken The Beast. He seems to be blaming himself for his GrumpyBear moments kinda hard, to the point where it's affecting his sense of fun. On top of that everything seems to be going wrong for him during the pre-tournament, and Gemini Tournament arcs.
* MustMakeAmends: After his heated argument with Flamegirl in Awaken The Beast, he starts to feel really bad about it in the next episode, and wants to apologize. He attempts to in Episode 07, but doesn't find a good time to bring it up.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: His reaction in ''Dragon Drama'' to chewing Flamegirl out in ''Awaken The Beast'', which in the very next episode makes him worry that Flamegirl and Alpha might not even like him anymore.
* NiceHat: He says so and we think so. It gets left on his sword in the memorial in Sanctuary.
* TheNoseless: Has no nose.
* NotImportantToThisEpisodeCamp: Does not appear in Episode 03, or any of the shorts except for the Traveler's Guide.
* ObfuscatingStupidity: Possibly. Although Kirb is capable of some pretty impressive combat maneuvers (such as his fight against Sniperwheel in "Mansion Midnight"), his opponents often get the better of him. But it's hard not to get the impression he's holding back after it's been revealed that he and Zetto are one and the same. It's possible that his insistence to Alpha that he "let him" win in the first episode might have actually been true.
* TheRealMan: For him, TOME is ''all'' about the combat and he mutters angrily when he dislikes being in Sanctuary since there's no combat there.
* RedOniBlueOni: The Red Oni to Alpha's Blue Oni.
* [[SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan Sensitive Guy And Manly Guy]] The manly guy to Archy's Sensitive Guy, being the gruff, tough, and sarcastic member of the duo.
* ShortRangeGuyLongRangeGuy: The short range guy to Archy's long range guy once they team up for the tournament
* SourSupporter: Not really a fan of the whole "quest to defeat the hackers" thing. This is, of course, because he is Zetto and doesn't want Alpha to get in the way of Kizuna and his' mission.
* TwoAliasesOneCharacter: It's revealed in Episode 10 that Kirbopher and Zetto are the same player using two different characters when it's shown that both his and Zetto's eyes turn gray in the episode and it's stated to be signifying him "disconnecting" from his character and reconnecting to the other character without logging out of TOME. The only time we had seen them interact prior to TheReveal was a match in the Gemini Tournament, and the fact that Kirbopher didn't fight back or talk to Zetto ended up being a hint that both characters were controlled by the same player
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Alpha.
* WithFriendsLikeThese: With Flamegirl.

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[[folder:Flamegirl]]
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->''The quick-witted voice of reason, who keeps the boys in line, but takes charge when necessary to unleash her powerful fire-based attacks.''

-> Appears in: All Episodes except 02, 06, also in Short 04
-> Voiced by: Anna Kingsley

->[[AC:Class: Spellcaster]]
->[[AC:Power: Fire]]
->[[AC:ID No.: 008-974-659]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Stephanie]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Burbank, California, United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:
* AgeLift: Although she's still a teenager, she's a much older one compared to her original self.
* BackToBackBadasses: With Alpha at the end of episode 7
* BareYourMidriff: Her shirt cuts off at the belly. After the events of episode 7, it was no longer the case, but the bare midriff returned in episode 11.
* BattleCouple: With Alpha in the tournament
* BrainsAndBrawn: Flamegirl is the brains, Nylocke is the brawn. Flamegirl being more level-headed than Nylocke is, often brings him back to earth, when he gets too into roleplaying his character.
* BoyishShortHair: After her ImportantHairCut. She definitely doesn't mind the hairstyle either.
* CooldownHug: Brings Alpha out of the Forbidden Power's influence with one in episode 3. And Episode 7, an episode which seems to imply her touching him has some [[PowerNullifier special power]] that brings Alpha out of his demon form.
* TheChick: She keeps, the group together, and the boys in line. She's the moral center of the group. She cuts Kirb down a peg, when needed, brings Nylocke down to earth when he's too into his roleplaying, and helps Alpha learn about TOME, due to his inexperience. That said, resents Ravenfreak and Neomutant for suggesting she should be protected, and she can clearly kick anyone's butt as well as or better than any of the boys, as shown in the episodes she's focused in. She seems to be more skilled than Alpha in particular due to playing the game longer than he has.
* DashAttack: Her skill "Rocket Burn", is a dashing attack where she charges toward an opponent, while enveloping her body in flames.
* DesignatedLoveInterest: To Alpha. They've practically hooked up already, aside from making it official.
* {{Escapism}}/ HiddenDepths: Flamegirl says she plays TOME to get away from drama in real life. And now that that drama is starting to leak into her game-life as well she wishes things could be the way they were before.
* FingerGun: Her method of firing, well, fire.
* FinishingMove: The "Vulcan Rocket", a combination of the moves Vulcan Fist, and Rocket Burn that Alpha and Flamegirl use in the Gemini Tournament.
* FirstNameBasis: With Alpha, onscreen as of "The Warring Demons", but probably as far back as "Infectuation".
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Phlegmatic.
* GenreSavvy: After it was too easy to beat Odboll, she had a suspicion that there was some bigger plan in the process. She's proven right when it captures Nylocke.
* TheHeart: She's pretty much the moral center of the group. Keeping the boys in line.
* ImportantHaircut: Happens when she brings Alpha out of his demon form with a CooldownHug in episode 7. WordOfGod Says its because Ravenfreak planted her powers in her hair.
* InSeriesNickname: "Flamey" (though Saturndiva calls her "Flames" instead).
** [[StalkerWithACrush Neomutant]] was the first to call her by her ''real name'', which is apparently a big no-no in TOME (we've never seen ''anybody'' else do it before). After their RelationshipUpgrade, Alpha switches to "Stephanie" as well.
* TheLeader: Flamegirl is the leader of the anti-hacker group, despite the fact that Nylocke started it. This shows primarily in Episode 11, when Flamegirl attacks and agressively talks down Odboll without putting up with any of his [[ClusterFBomb Non]][[{{Troll}} sense]].
* {{Leitmotif}}: Flamegirl's is called "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/hot-stuff-comin-thru Hot Stuff Comin' Thru]]". As rearranged by Music/TheLivingTombstone, it doubles as the LoveTheme for Alpha and Flamey, under the title "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/michael-stephanie-by-thelivingtombstone Michael & Stephanie]]".
** However, "Hot Stuff" is often used in scenes and even episodes where Flamegirl is not present, which initially led some fans to believe that it was intended as the ;Lavendera theme. (Niosi admitted in a chat that "I can see that".)
* MaleGaze: Mostly unintentional, but sometimes we get a few butt shots of Flamey.
** Invoked by Niosi himself at one point, in reference to [[http://kirbopher15.deviantart.com/#/d5gqjl7 one of his newer promotional posters]]:
--> '''Niosi''': "There’s a few problems, mostly with Flamey’s butt. I need to butt better. I promise I’ll butt better next time."
* MercyKill: Does this to Neomutant, forcing him to log out, so that Alpha's virus powers don't hurt him in real life.
* NotImportantToThisEpisodeCamp: Does not appear in Episodes 02 or 06 (apart from brief non-speaking cameos in the latter).
* PlayingWithFire: She's a caster with fire powers.
* PowerNullifier: She can deactivate Alpha's "Forbidden Power" by touching his character.
* PowersAsPrograms: Ravenfreak attached an antivirus program to her character, which acts as a sort of KryptoniteFactor to the Forbidden Power.
* TheReveal: Flamegirl's real name is Stephanie.
* TeamMom: Also the de facto leader of the FiveManBand, though the amount of authority she has varies wildly depending on the situation.
* SupernaturalIsPurple: Has a fiery purple glow when she deactivates Alpha's Forbidden Power
* TookALevelInBadass/ {{Xenafication}}: Compared to her original character in TTA, Flamey definitely qualifies.
* TechnicolorFire: A purple flame appears around her when she's using her "powers".
* TheRealMan: Mostly interested in the combat aspect of TOME. Though seemingly not to the extent that Kirbopher is interested in it since she does take part in the social aspect often as well.
* ValleyGirl: Literally, but not personality-wise, in a [[SubvertedTrope subversion]] of the trope.
* WingsDoNothing: Wings in TOME are pretty much mostly aesthetic. Although Kirbopher claims they boost agility.
* WithFriendsLikeThese: With Kirbopher.
* WreathedInFlames: Has a "charging dash attack" that envelopes her body in flames.

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[[folder:Gamecrazed]]
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->''A strong, but silent type, who only speaks when he feels it's worth speaking up. He is quiet, quick, and moves like a shadow across the ground to take out his enemies.''

-> Appears in: All Episodes except 03, 07, 14
-> Voiced by: Casey Mongillo

->[[AC:Class: Morphological]]
->[[AC:Power: Shadows]]
->[[AC:ID No.: 001-234-567]]
->[[AC:Real Name: N/A]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: None]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptedOut: The human player, Nate, behind the original Gamecrazed from TTA no longer exists - or at least, doesn't play TOME in this version. The same goes for his younger brother Gamecrasher, who has no equivalent character at all.
* BigGood: Is definitely one of the most powerful members of the the main 5, even defeating Webmaster in combat. episode 15 reveals that he is a creation of [=SOFDTI=], acting as a guardian of the game and her main body while she slept
* CastingAShadow: His power is shadows.
* ChargedAttack: When equipped with the drain edge he can unleash one of these if he [[EnergyAbsorption absorbs enough damage]] by blocking.
* CombatPragmatist: Takes fighting extremely seriously, and will take just about any risk to win.
* ConservationOfNinjutsu: A lot of the time this is the reason for GC's badass moments. The show likes to pit him against multiple minor characters at once, which so far he's always gotten the advantage in combat ability from.
* DarkIsNotEvil: His dark appearance, and power over shadows convey more of a distantness to other people. He's not a bad person. In fact many people call him a NiceGuy.
* EnergyAbsorption: When equipped with the Drain Edge he can convert blocked damage into energy. He has since given it to Nylocke.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Melancholic.
* InSeriesNickname: "GC".
* InternalReveal: :In episode 13, only the music can be heard playing when he tells Nylocke why he can't go with him and the others to the D-Bug Organizations' base. Nylocke was shocked upon hearing it and Chris Niosi has said that whatever Nylocke was told will remain a mystery.
* ItHasBeenAnHonor: More or less says this to Nylocke as he praises Nylocke's selflessness and altruistic nature.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Fittingly GC's is called "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/purple-shadows Purple Shadows]]".
* LeeroyJenkins: Due to his doing anything to win, his willingness to throw himself into danger to act as a barrier to shield his friends, and taking on enemies much larger than himself head on.
* LivingShadow: Gamecrazed's character is a literal shadow person as an extension of him being of the morphological class.
** Even more so with the Season 2 finale, revealing Gamecrazed was [=SOFDTI=]'s Shadow all along.
* MadeOfIron: To what extent is still unknown, but Gamecrazed can certainly take a lot of punishment.
* MythologyGag: Turns out GC is a shadow character coming from SOFDTI's core. This brings to mind the Shadow users that came from a virus infected Motherboard in the original' season 3 (Motherboard is the original's equivalent to [=SOFDTI=]).
* MysteriousPast: To the point where it's unclear as to whether or not he's even ''human'' until TheReveal that he's [=SOFTDI's=] shadow.
* NiceGuy: Asterob thinks so. And Kirb and Nye agree with him.
* NoMouth: Probably contributes to his mysteriousness as it makes it hard to tell what he's feeling/thinking a lot of the time.
* NoSenseOfHumor: A relatively understated example, but he still stands out amongst his more humorous (and/or sarcastic) teammates.
** "Dragon Drama" proves that he actually ''does'' have a sense of humour - just an incredibly dry and understated one which he chooses to deploy only on ''very'' rare occasions.
* NotImportantToThisEpisodeCamp: Does not appear in Episodes 03, 07, or 14, or any of the shorts except for the Traveler's Guide, making him the least-frequently appearing main character.
* NotSoStoic: It's rare that he becomes visibly upset, but in episode 04 when Flamegirl suggests that the gang get together in real life - he says "it's... just not possible for me to get there" with a crestfallen look on his face. Also in episode 08; GC glares at Kirbopher when he acts upset at the tournament after asking him "What do YOU have to be upset about?".
* PurpleIsTheNewBlack: His purple color is used to indicate his dark, dry, and mysterious personality.
* PurpleIsPowerful: He's purple and one of the best players at combat in the group.
* TheQuietOne: He only speaks up if it's necessary. He's also the only member of the FiveManBand who never sings.
* RedBaron: Known outside his circle of friends as "The Purple Shadow of ;Lavendera".
* SamusIsAGirl: Downplayed, but present. The plot twist of Episode 15 doesn't come from the fact that Gamecrazed is female, it's the fact that s/he was a splinter of SOFDTI created to protect herself from the outside world and stop Rubirules.
* ShapeshifterWeapon: Since he's of the Morphological class he can transform his arm into a blade, or even morph his body into a giant hand.
* TheSmartGuy: He's very knowledgable about the mechanics of TOME, CrazyPrepared, and a clever strategist
* TheSocialExpert: Weirdly enough. Despite being a bit anti-social sometimes he's an excellent judge of character and noticed straight away that Nylocke was troubled. After the reveal that Gamecrazed was an avatar for [=SOFDTI=], this trait of his makes much more sense. He can literally read minds.
--> '''Gamecrazed''' "This area is something special isn't it?"
--> '''Hyprelynx''' "How...Wow! You're good!"
* SpannerInTheWorks: Since nobody was supposed to be at The Mansion until it was open for all the players to see, if Gamecrazed had not snuck into the mansion on the same night, the hackers' plan to steal the drain weapons in episode 2 would have succeeded.
* SpockSpeak: From the first episode you see he speaks with very good grammar, avoids slang, and contractions and sounds very intelligent and distant because of it.
* TheStoic: The whole NoMouth thing helps here, as it makes it much harder to tell when he's actually "smiling".
* VocalEvolution: Gamecrazed's voice gradually increases in pitch as Gamecrazed gets a better understanding of emotions through interacting with the others.

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[[folder:Nylocke]]
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->''A bumbling, over-the-top medieval role player with a heart of gold, and a massive blade of ice.''

-> Appears in: All Episodes except 07, also in Shorts 03, and 06
-> Voiced by: Martin "Creator/LittleKuriboh" Billany

->[[AC:Class: Swordsman]]
->[[AC:Power: Ice]]
->[[AC:ID No.: 001-111-111]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Knutsford, England, United Kingdom]]

!!![[MadlibsCatchphrase NNNNYLOCKE! Master Of]] Having The Most Trope Associations!:
* AgeLift: The original Nylocke was a teenage American, but here, he's a full-grown British adult.
* AdaptationalNationality: The original Nylocke was a teenager from America (though a huge Fanboy of Japanese culture). Here, Nylocke is a full-grown adult from Knutsford, England; who's Fanboy Japanese has been swapped out for YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe.
* AnimalEyes: While they're normally drawn without any pupils, in one gloomy scene where a troubled Nylocke, breaks character his pupils become slit, and reptile-like.
* BadassBeard / ExpositoryHairstyleChange: The sixth short reveals how he got his "stalwart stubble". he took a bit of Serpentine's slashed off facial hair and equipped it as a power up. He was literally GrowingTheBeard in terms of CharacterDevelopment and learning how much his actions affect others around him, such as Serpentine and Demonking. His bangs which used to hang to the side of his head are now pulled back more out of his eyes and behind his ears as well. His first appearance with the new look was in Episode 08.
* BeneathTheMask: Nylocke broke character when he spoke to Gamecrazed in episode 06 and revealed that he's just a normal guy and that he sees life as difficult and TOME is the only downtime he has. The events of episode 5 have really gotten to him.
* BecomingTheMask: Gets ''way'' too in-character compared to any of his comrades, and refuses to break character even under serious circumstances.
* BewareTheSillyOnes: A rare example of a SupportingProtagonist being this. Usually triggers when his [[ThePowerOfFriendship friends]] [[BerserkButton are in trouble]]. And no he's not that other [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass silly badass trope]], because it's [[ObfuscatingStupidity the character]] [[TheRolePlayer he's playing]] that's silly.
* {{BFS}}: Wields a very large blade of ice. Bonus points for resting it across his shoulder while idle.
* BigGood: Nylocke started the ''quest to stop the hackers'' and despite all of his eccentricities, he's the closest thing to this that TOME has. That was, until SOFDTI's existance was revealed, and the Netkings were revealed to be GoodAllAlong in Episode 00.
* TheBigGuy: Focused a lot on heavy damage with his broadsword and ice attacks. But he's also very big in stature compared to the rest of the group.
* BladeAcrossTheShoulder: Sometimes when he's just standing idly by he'll rest his, huge blade of ice over his shoulder.
* BrainsAndBrawn: Flamegirl is the brains, Nylocke is the brawn. Flamegirl being more level-headed than Nylocke is, often brings him back to earth, when he gets too into roleplaying his character.
* BreakoutCharacter: It's evident that he's very popular among the fanbase due to his larger than life personality, and taking first place in the popularity poll. Although he's not without a few haters in the comments of the videos.
* CatchPhrase / VerbalTic: "''Whoosh!''," used whenever he's dashing offscreen. Then there's his "NYCOKE, MASTER/DRAGON OF..." line, of course.
* CharacterDevelopment: Whether it's the player or the character he's roleplaying getting this is up for debate, but Nylocke has come to realize that he's made some thoughtless mistakes and learnt from them after facing the consequences of his actions and it shows.
* ChargedAttack: After GC gives him the drain edge as a gift he can unleash a charged attack if the drain edge [[EnergyAbsorption absorbs enough damage by blocking.]]
* ADayInTheLimelight: "Dragon Drama" is definitely this kind of episode for Nylocke. Not only does he get all the screen-time, and a theme song despite being a supporting protagonist. Niosi also described it as "a character study" of Nylocke in this episode's commentary.
* The {{Deuteragonist}}: The Deuteragonist is also called "The Impact character", and boy does Nylocke leave one. A phenomenal amount of episodes, and two shorts give Nylocke quite a bit of screen time, and a lot of effort is put in to show his point of view on the show's events. Niosi has said that Nylocke represents an element of [[BigGood "goodness"]] in the show, and with his heroism, and his drive to fight the hackers it really shows. To the point where he often overshadows the ''main hero'', Alpha, a lot of the time. There's also a lot of focus on Nylocke balancing his sense of fun, and positivity with the dramatic events in the show. Overall in terms of character development he received a major upgrade from his role as a sort of [[DragonBall "Yamcha"]] in the original series, (as one of the staff phrased it in the ''Dragon Drama'' commentary) to become a very important character.
* DraconicHumanoid: Nylocke's character is a "Dragon Man". He won his Dragon Man character by being the [[MythologyGag 1,111,111th player]] to register to play TOME.
* {{Escapism}}/ HiddenDepths Nylocke admits that outside of TOME he's just "an ordinary chap". He goofs off in TOME as a way to let off steam, and escape life's problems. Because of this if anything gets in the way of his sense of fun he tries to block it out. He's aware of it though, and struggles with this because he also wants help his friends.
* EnergyAbsorption: After GC gives him the drain edge as a gift he can convert blocked damage into energy.
* FieryRedhead: Loud, very passionate, strong and positive. with an outgoing personality, and strong interest in good and heroism. Also a bit of a motormouth sometimes.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Sanguine.
* FullNameBasis: Nylocke is the only character who regularly addresses Flamegirl and Gamecrazed by their full usernames (along with Kirbopher, at least when he pronounces it correctly), as part of his role playing. A sure sign that he's broken character in "Dragon Drama" is him casually referring to Kirbopher as simply "Kirb".
* GRatedDrug: Is under a coffee high during the tournament, and a 2 day grinding session before. Making him much more of a MotorMouth than usual.
-->'''Nylocke''' ''[[MotorMouth ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-FIVE CUPS PER HOUR!!]]''
* IHaveManyNames/ OverlyLongName: Nylocke's many titles. This is even [[LampShadeHanging lamp shaded]] by Nylocke himself in his themesong.
* AnIcePerson: His power is ice, and there's his main title "Dragon of the cold steel" referencing his sword.
* InSeriesNickname: "Nye".
* ItsPersonal: Nylocke's stated reason for choosing to fight Rubirules.
* KirkSummation: He will often make one of these prior to engaging his enemy in combat. Surprisingly, they've been known to work on occasion.
* LargeHam: Due largely to his roleplaying a mideival hero, his NoIndoorVoice and his many catchphrases
* {{Leitmotif}}: "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/dragon-of-the-cold-steel Dragon of the Cold Steel]]", which first appears in Episode 01, and by Episode 06 is rearranged, given lyrics, and turned into [[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/album/nylockes-theme-song Nylocke's Theme Song]].
* LivingADoubleLife: In real life he's just an "ordinary chap", but in TOME He's NYLOCKE! "Master Knight",[[IHaveManyNames "Dragon Warrior"]] [[OverlyLongName "Dragon of the Cold Steel!"]]
* LoveHurts: Nylocke's backstory includes at least one failed romance which obviously still affects him.
* MadLibsCatchPhrase: "NYLOCKE! Dragon/master of..."
* ManChild: He's apparently the oldest of the main characters (in his late 20s, according to Niosi), but in some ways the most emotionally immature.
* MotorMouth: He gets carried away sometimes when he's ''really'' into his character. Seems almost euphoric for him.
* NiceGuy: Nylocke may be eccentric, but he's definitely a nice guy who has no intentions of hurting anyone and when he does, he tries to make things right.
* NoIndoorVoice: Mostly because of his hamminess while roleplaying. He speaks in a booming baritone.
* NotImportantToThisEpisodeCamp: After being the only character to appear in each of the first six episodes, he finally does not appear in episode 07.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: LITERALLY! If he breaks character, you know something big is about to happen.
* OutOfSightOutOfMind: Nylocke decides to rid the virtual world of the [[SealedEvilInACan now trapped]] Forbidden Power "once and for all"! By ''chucking the thing all the way into the sanctuary region!'' Hilariously the top comment for the episode is even someone posting the page quote for this trope. And [[HilariousInHindsight more ironically]] [[Creator/LittleKuriboh Nylocke's voice actor]] is the source of the quote itself. Real!Kirbopher has said in the episode 10 commentary that the reference was intentional.
* PointyEars: Because he's a dragon person, it emphasizes the in-game character isn't an ordinary human.
* TheRolePlayer: Though there's a couple of moments where he comes close to breaking character...and a couple more instances where he does so outright.
* SayingSoundEffectsOutLoud: Aside from his catchphrase "''whoosh!''" He also did this while making a [[ShoutOut reference]] to a Looney Tunes episode of Daffy duck when he shouted things like "parry!" "dodge!" "thrust!"
* SecretKeeper: When he asks Gamecrazed why he won't go to the D-Bug Organization's base in episode 13, GC tells him why as only the background music can be heard. Upon hearing it Nylocke is clearly shocked by what GC told him, when Nylocke meets up with Flamegirl and Alpha he doesn't tell them why Gamecrazed wouldn't be coming.
* ShipperOnDeck: For Alpha/Flamegirl.
** Oddly enough, Creator/LittleKuriboh himself seems to be a Nylocke/Whyti shipper. [[http://kirbopher.tumblr.com/image/38729911326 He requested that Kirbopher draw this sketch of them.]]
* ShipTease: With Whyti. He plays her knight in shining armor rather well...
* SociallyAwkwardHero: Nylocke has trouble dealing with emotional situations - often evading them whenever he is confronted by them - and has been shown to be surprisingly cavalier about the feelings of others in the past. This is despite being a very popular and gregarious player overall, and makes for a good contrast with the quiet and mysterious - but highly perceptive and insightful - Gamecrazed.
* SparingTheAces: In the final battle of the Gemini Tournament Nylocke is put in a position where Zetto is severely weakened and could have easily been defeated with one last attack. But he spares him and throws the match in hope that his undeserved [[PyrrhicVictory "victory"]] will make Zetto grow as a person, and lighten up a little bit.
* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Replacing the anime influences of his speech in the original, it emphasizes that he's play acting a character. Nylocke does live in [[UnitedKingdom England]] though so there's probably some influence there. Although the scene with the quest giver seems to imply that this is the default roleplaying syntax.

[[/folder]]

!Friends & Allies

[[folder:Whyti]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 01, 03, 08; Short 04 (cameo in 13)
-> Voiced by: Apphia Yu

->[[AC:Class: Spellcaster]]
->[[AC:Power: Snow]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Tokyo, Japan]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationNameChange: her name was changed to "Whyti" in the reboot.
* AnIcePerson:Her power is snow. She attacks by freezing people with blizzards.
* BreakoutCharacter: Winner of the "Favorite Supporting Character" poll by a clear margin.
* FormFittingWardrobe: Her clothes really stick close to her body like superhero spandex.
* ShipperOnDeck: For Alpha/Flamegirl.
* ShipTease: With Nylocke in Episode 3. Oh so much.
--> '''Whyti:''' [[BorrowedCatchphrase ''Whoosh~!'']]
* [[ThoseTwoGuys Those Two Girls]]: With Saturndiva.
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: The Girly Girl to Saturndiva's Tomboy. Emphasized by her more elegant attire, polite terminology, and an overt focus on the romantic aspects of things.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Saturndiva]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 01, 03, 08; Short 04, (Cameo in 13)
-> Voiced by: SarahWilliams

->[[AC:Class: Fighter]]
->[[AC:Power: Double Blades]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* BladeBelowTheShoulder: Has two detachable boomerang blades on her arms.
* CurbStompBattle: Pulls one off on [[CombatReferee the announcer Foreva]] who Saturndiva finds ''really irritating''.
* LeotardOfPower: Her outfit resembles a one-peice swimsuit.
* PrecisionGuidedBoomerang: Her weapon of choice.
* ShipperOnDeck: For Alpha/Flamegirl.
* [[ThoseTwoGuys Those Two Girls]]: With Whyti.
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: The Tomboy to Whyti's Girly Girl. Emphasized in her far more form fitting clothing, blunt attitude and informal mannerisms. One of which is a nose rub.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Sniperwheel]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 02, 04, 08, 09
-> Voiced by: Jon "WebVideo/JonTron" Jafari

->[[AC:Class: Mechanical]]
->[[AC:Power: Arsenal]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: New York, New York, United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationNameChange: His name was Sniperwave in the original, it was changed to Sniperwheel to make more sense with the alterations to his appearance in the reboot.
* UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents: Speaks with a very pronounced Noo Yawk accent.
* BoisterousBruiser: He's quite bombastic, and loves boasting about his skills.
* BreakoutCharacter: Ranked third in the Supporting Characters poll, despite (at the time of the poll) appearing in only one battle scene, all the way back in "Mansion Midnight", followed by a cameo in "Fraggedquest". [[WebVideo/JonTron His voice actor]] may have something to do with that...
* {{BFG}}: Sniperwheel essentially ''is'' one of these.
* ChewingTheScenery: A lot of his funniest bits come from ''[[WebVideo/JonTron Jon's]]'' use of emphasis and extreme emotion in his acting for Sniperwheel. A lot of the time this happens when he's getting ready for a fight or trash talking.
** ComicalOverreacting: On one occasion in ''Gemini Tournament Yin''.
--> '''Asterob''': "''Augh. How did I let him talk me into this?''"
--> '''Sniperwheel''': "''HEY! You're not complaining are you? BECAUSE THAT SOUNDED LIKE COMPLAINING!''"
-->'''Asterob''': ''"No! No! [[ApologisesALot I'm sorry! I'm sorry!]]"''
* CreepyLongFingers: Comes with being of the mechanical class. His fingers are long sharp, and metallic.
* FantasticFragility: While his "headcannon" is an extremely powerful move his breakdown says it takes a great amount of time to charge, during which he's vulnerable to attacks. Kirbopher demonstrates how you can take advantage of this drawback as early as episode 02.
* FinishingMove: His "Headcannon" attack is used this way on opponents where his other moves aren't enough to finish them. It's an extremely powerful {{BFG}} that shoots a giant laser beam. His character breakdown says it's an attack that "covers the entire length of the battlefield".
* MotorMouth: A lot of his funny moments comes from him doing this while making witty banter before and during a fight.
* {{Pun}}
-->" It's my [[{{BFG}} Headcannon]]. And in my [[{{Canon}} Headcanon]], you die!"
* SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan: The Manly Man to Asterob's Sensitive Guy when they team up for the Gemini Tournament.
* ShoutOut: Makes one to a lyric in the theme song "Battle On".
--> '''Sniperwheel''': ''"[[MotorMouth Oh I see what yer doing there! Yeah! You got tricks! I got tricks! You heard the song? I've got a bag full of em!]]"''
* SwissArmyWeapon / SwissArmyAppendage: Sniperwheel essentially IS one of these. He launches bombs and unlocks cannons from his chest, and can shift his arm into a RayGun.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Asterob]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 02, 04, 08, 09, (Cameo in 13)
-> Voiced by: Lawrence "[[Creator/MasakoX [=MasakoX=]]]" Simpson

->[[AC:Class: Fighter]]
->[[AC:Power: Reflection]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Rob?]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Scunthorpe, England, United Kingdom]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AchillesHeel: Take away his shield and he's pretty useless.
* ApologisesALot: Takes a moment to apologize even when he doesn't really need to. It's used as a gag, and it's been said by Niosi that this is [[ActorAllusion inspired from his voice actor]], who is very polite, and apologetic in real life.
* BritishStuffiness: He's a bit reserved, but his stuffiness mostly comes about when Kirb and Nye trespass on the mansion before it's ready for the players.
* ChargedAttack: He can use one when his shield [[EnergyAbsorption absorbs enough energy by blocking attacks.]]
* ChekhovsGun: His shield and Drain Edge later prove to have much more use than merely for battle. They are able to absorb and contain the Forbidden Power.
* EnergyAbsorption: His shield absorbs damage from attacks and turns it into energy.
* TheGlassesComeOff: During his match against Nylocke and Gamecrazed, he removes his glasses and hat before declaring he's ready to give a serious fight.
* IAmVeryBritish: It's a running joke that he accentuates his british mannerisms.
* LetsGetDangerous: He makes a dynamic sprite change to fight Nylocke seriously as the only Brit to win the Gemini Tournament.
* LuckilyMyShieldWillProtectMe: His main strategy in battle is to throw bombs, while he blocks attacks with his shield. If his shield blocks enough damage he can unleash a ChargedAttack.
* NerdGlasses: Has very thick glasses that don't seem to leave much room for his nose. Clearly inspired from the voice actor's appearance, but also may have something to do with the character being a graphics designer.
* PrecisionGuidedBoomerang: With his shield.
* SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan: The Sensitive Guy to Sniperwheel's Manly Man when they team up for the Gemini Tournament. This contrast of personality actually pushes Asterob into getting fed up with people treating him as weak.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Granda]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 01, 03, 04, 08
-> Voiced by: Kimlinh "[=Hnilmik=]" Tran

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: Stegosaurus]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Saigon, Vietnam]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: Themed after a Stegosaurus with dinosaur themed attacks, and a costume.
* CurbStompBattle: Has been on the receiving end and ''giving'' end.
* CuteAndPsycho: This is PlayedForLaughs mostly. T-Bones and Flamegirl both say they find Granda cute, But Granda has a HairTriggerTemper and is shown many times ranting about hurting people horribly. It was thought to be mostly trashtalk until she actually acted on it via her CurbStompBattle against Nylocke in ''Fraggedquest''
* HairTriggerTemper: As Nylocke found out [[CurbStompBattle the hard way]].
* [[MagmaMan Magma Dinosaur]]: Seems to be able to generate lava from her mouth.
* TheRival: Considers herself this to Nylocke.
* SomebodyDoesntLoveRaymond: The only character (other than Serpentine, a [[TheRolePlayer role-playing]] PunchClockVillain) who expresses a dislike for Nylocke. So far this hasn't been the focus of its own plot, beyond her beating him to a pulp.
* SuddenlyShouting: Says something innocent, then turns it into a psychotic rant.
* TookALevelInBadass: In "Highest Form of Flattery", Nylocke defeats her ''ten'' consecutive times. But in ''the very next episode'', she [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown trounces him immediately]].

[[/folder]]

[[folder:T-Bones]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 01, 03, 08
-> Voiced by: Andy Dennis

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: Tyrannosaurus]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: Themed after a Tyrannosarurus with dinosaur themed attacks, and a costume.
* UsefulNotes/{{Scotland}}: Fares from Scotland.
* ViolentGlaswegian: Subverted; he is far more temperate and reasonable than Granda.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Hyprelynx]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 06, 08
-> Voiced by: Jessi "[[WebVideo/PokemonTheBridgedSeries Nowacking]]" Nowack

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: Strobes]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationNameChange: Renamed to "Hyprelynx" in the reboot her name was "Hamstar" in the original.
* BadassAdorable: She and Elescope teamed up without hesitation to help Nylocke and Gamecrazed.
* BreakoutCharacter: Won second place in the supporting character poll, and has an important role in episode 6.
* FanGirl: Quickly becomes one for Nylocke.
* GenkiGirl: Very energetic and enthusiastic about playing TOME. Especially after meeting Nylocke, who enjoys her company, and encourages her for it.
* HolyHandGrenade: One of her attacks, as noted by Nylocke, is light based.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Elescope]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 01, 06, 08
-> Voiced by: Mike "[[WebVideo/PokemonTheBridgedSeries 1Kids]]" Hecht

->[[AC:Class: Mechanical ]]
->[[AC:Power: Electric]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationNameChange: He was renamed in the reboot his former name was "Thunder256"
* EarlyBirdCameo: The last of the team Nylocke put together back in Episode 1 to reappear in Episode 6 (The others including Granda, T-Bones, Whyti and Saturndiva,) but uniquely Elescope is the only one who doesn't seem to be actually known by Nye or GC after that first episode.
* NiceGuy: He's a very thoughtful a helpful player, and a good friend to Hyprelynx.
* ShockAndAwe: One of his attacks. Nylocke calls him " Sir Elescope of the lightning strike"

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Archy]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 07, 08
-> Voiced by: Creator/MicahSolusod.

->[[AC:Class: Fighter]]
->[[AC:Power: Magical Archery]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationNameChange: His name was "Ericho" in the original.
* AnIcePerson: He has ice arrows.
* ArrowsOnFire: One of his arrow attacks are writhed in fire
* CannotSpitItOut: Has a real hard time asking Kirbopher directly that he wants to team up with him in the tournament.
* TheCutie: Adorable, kind, helpful, curious and naive. In contrast to Kirbopher's GrumpyBear, GenreSavvy, and sarcastic tendencies.
* HintDropping: Tries to show off his arrows to give Kirb a reason to team up in the tournament.
* HolyHandGrenade: His Light arrows, which are also interchangeable with ShockAndAwe.
* InnocentBlueEyes: Being one of the youngest characters in the show he's portrayed as being one of the most innocent. And clueless.
* LongRangeFighter: Due to his character being archer themed.
* NiceGuy: He's definitely very polite, and anybody who would persist in trying to ask Kirbopher to join the tournament even with all his yelling and vitriol is undoubtedly good at heart.
* NiceHat: Probably a reference to ''Disney/RobinHood'' since both characters are archers.
* [[PoisonedWeapons Poison Arrows]]: Has some "funky poison arrows"
* [[SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan Sensitive Guy And Manly Guy]] The Sensitive guy to Kirbopher's Manly Guy, being the shy, adorable, and [[NiceGuy nicer member]] of the duo.
* ShortRangeGuyLongRangeGuy: The long range guy to Kirbopher's short range guy once they team up for the tournament
* ShockAndAwe: Interchangable with HolyHandGrenade as noted for other characters, although they're arrows with electric sparks.
* TagAlongKid: To Kirbopher who he pesters into letting him team up in the Gemini Tournament.
* TooDumbToLive: Archy and Rockoon recreate a classic gag from WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes, when Rockon asks him to hold one of his bombs as a favor. Archy, being naive and helpful, takes it cheerfully. He gets caught in the bomb's explosion, and dies in their first round of the Tournament.

[[/folder]]

!The Hackers

[[folder:Tigerlilly ]]
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-> Appears in: All Episodes except 01, 04, 08, 09
-> Voiced by: Imogen Fox

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: ///]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Unknown]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AllThereInTheManual: Tigerlilly's name was first revealed on the TOME Facebook page.
* AnimalMotifs: Often attributed to cats as a theme. First being with a logo based off of one. Justified when it's revealed Tigerlily's a giant cat.
* BatmanGambit: Tigerlilly tends to form her plans based on how the main characters would usually act in a situation. Like Alpha being baited into "saving" Flamegirl in episode 03 so they can provoke him into using the Forbidden Power or Flamegirl being able to pacify the FB with the power they planted on her because she's generally always hanging out with Alpha when they're both logged in, and knowing that she would still willingly help him when she figured it out. as examples. The reason this works out is because She has Zetto/Kirb feeding her info on Alpha's Status, and is also spying on the main characters in her small cat form.
* BeastOfBattle: Modelled after a giant cat, and fierce as any beast in battle, taking out even Gamecrazed at one point.
* ExtraEyes: Has four eyes instead of two.
* FluffyTheTerrible: Has a cute name despite being very threatening in person.
* GlowingEyesOfDoom/ GlowingMechanicalEyes: Used to make the character intimidating, and portray the character as someone not to be reckoned with.
* {{Griefer}}: Tigerlilly harasses the main characters with cheapshots starting in "Awaken the Beast"
* KnightOfCerebus: The show takes a darker turn after Tigerlilly appears.
* {{Leitmotif}}: "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/the-hacker-factor The Hacker Factor]]", shared with all the other hackers.
* LoudOfWar: Harrasses and stuns the other characters in real life with an ear-piercing roar. Probably stuns them through a loud sound going through their headphones.
* MakeMeWannaShout: Tigerlilly's roar attack, which can also be visibly seen as green sound waves.
* MightyGlacier: Her [[http://kirbopher.tumblr.com/post/71541445432/username-kizuna-location-unknown-us-class character breakdown]] states that Tigerlilly trades speed for her amazing offensive power.
* MightyRoar: Has a very unsettling loud roar.
* MysteriousWatcher: She uses a smaller cat form to watch the main characters discreetly.
* NighInvulnerable: Nothing short of Demon Alpha has inflicted any significant damage.
* TheVoice: Until TheReveal the only visual clue we had to this mastermind's identity was a crudely-drawn logo.
* TheWorfEffect: In ''Awaken the Beast'' Tigerlilly winds up on both ends of the trope--first [[NoSell shrugging off]] Gamecrazed's Drain Edge and swatting him apart, and then being blown into LudicrousGibs by Demon Alpha and Rubirules.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Rockoon]]
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-> Appears in: Episodes 01, 04, 05, 08, 13; Short 01, 05
-> Voiced by: Deven Mack, Jr.

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: Explosives]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Rodney Rockwell]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AlliterativeName: His real name, Rodney Rockwell - probably a nod to some of the characters who inspired him, such as [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck]]. (Interestingly, he's the only player whose full name is revealed to the audience.)
* AssimilationBackfire: In ''Fraggedquest'' he hacks and merges his character with the Shadowguard Beast quest mob, giving him massive size and power. At the same time he inherits its intended kill strategy, involving a specific sequence of elemental attacks. He plans for this, removing Alpha from the battle because he's the party's only [[ShockAndAwe lightning-element]], basically making him unbeatable... if not for Alpha getting back in using his virus power.
* BerserkButton: Don't ever call him a "rodent".
* BlackEyesOfCrazy: His eyes have Black sclera combined with red eyes, and he's clearly crazy or at least playing a crazy guy, while playing TOME.
* BreakoutVillain: A big part of the reason he reappears so much compared to the other hackers is because of his popularity with the fanbase.
* CreepyLongFingers: His fingers are long black animal claws. While they do accentuate his villainous traits, they're also used for a digging attack. So they're not purely aesthetic.
* CurbStompBattle: Generally on the receiving end at Kirb's hands. It's also discussed in Episode 08 as a pun when attempting a final blow on Kirbopher, where he literally tries to stomp a "Kirb".
---> '''Rockoon''': ''[[IAlwaysWantedToSayThat I've always wanted to say this]]. [[CurbStompBattle KIIIIIIIRB STOOOOMMMP]]!''
* DespairEventHorizon: Learning that Skeight was Doubling ''breaks him''.
* FangsAreEvil: Has jagged sharp teeth. Although his character's based off a carnivorous animal they way it's used would still allude to his tendency to do things ForTheEvulz.
* GoldfishPoopGang: He's very much a comedic recurring character with a tendency to cause pesky inconveniences for the main characters. Although he can become a threat to them too as shown in ''Fraggedquest''.
* GoshDangItToHeck: The "good little Christian boy" doesn't curse, forced to rely on this, "Motherscratchers." One of his first lines is even "Well, Darn me to Heck!"
** Hence why it's so startling when he actually swears ("I don't give a damn!") and really leads up to the [[TearJerker tearjerker of him running Skeight off and realizing too late who he was.]]
* GravityIsAHarshMistress: Rockoon re-creates this classic gag at the end of "Fraggedquest".
* {{Griefer}}: Of all the hackers, he fits this description best, for his taking amusement in relentlessly annihilating, groups of common players. That was, until [[{{Jerkass}} Odboll}}]] came onto the scene...
* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: How Kirbopher defeats him in ''You've Gotta Virus''.
* HeelFaceTurn: Gets to have one in the finale when he starts typing an apology to Doubling we get to see that he's changed a lot for the better. He then chickens out, deletes the message, and saves Archy from being picked on by [[{{Jerkass}} Odboll]].
* HiddenDepths: Episode 4's fact bubble special says Rockoon genuinely likes animals and knows quite a bit about them, being a know it all about it, which also attributes to his frustrations of being called a Rodent.
* IAmNotWeasel: "Raccoons are not part of the Rodent family and are more closely related to bears so heeeeeeey."
* ItAmusedMe: Unlike most of the other hackers, who are in it for [[OnlyInItForTheMoney strictly financial reasons]], Rockoon takes genuine pleasure in his handiwork.
* LargeHam: He has his moments. Especially when roleplaying.
* MadBomber: Has tons of fun blowing up the players, and landscape of ;Lavendera with his explosives. Laughing, and smiling with glee the whole time he's doing it.
* MotorMouth: He likes to talk a lot. When joined with Doubling he's constantly told to shut up.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: When Rockoon finally puts together Skeight is really Doubling right after sending him off Rockoon breaks down into tears.
** MyGreatestSecondChance: He attempts to swallow his pride and apologize to Doubling[=/=]Skeight but changes his mind. When he sees Archy being bullied by Odboll, he then step in to saves him and offers a hand to him, allowing him another shot at friendship.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: Despite Rockoon normally subsituting swears he tells off Skeight with "I don't give a DAMN!"
* OneWingedAngel / FusionDance: He hacks into the Shadow Guard Beast, merging with it to transform into a massive demonic version of himself in "Fraggedquest". It made him a significantly greater threat than normal, with all attacks on him being a NoSell.
* PaletteSwap: He created a bright red alternate character called "Rackoon" so he wouldn't be barred from entering the Gemini Tournament. He's mocked for this.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: To emphasize his tendency to do antagonize other characters ForTheEvulz, and his being a hacker.
* ScrewySquirrel: Rockoon is essentially a modern-day Tex Avery character (and {{homage}} to the WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes in general).
* SelfServingMemory: His flashback of why Doubling left, is modified so he has more reason to blame Doubling, and feel sorry for himself. Still, it's pretty funny.
* ShoutOut: Many to pop culture. But in particular his running animation is a reference to the spinning of Taz the Tasmanian Devil in ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''.
* TalkativeLoon: As he himself notes:
-->"Wow. I talk funny."
* TheEndIsNigh: Parodied in ''The Infiltration Mission'', when Rockoon waves around a sign that says "Game Over" while ranting about how the video game might be cancelled. The situation is ironically much more serious than he thinks it is.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Doubling in "You've Gotta Virus" and the "Hackers" short. Flew solo in "Fraggedquest", though.
** Sadly, in "Awaken the Beast", he refers to Doubling as his "former associate".
* ThrowDownTheBomblet: Rockoon's Power is explosives.
* {{Trickster}}: Openly mocks and breaks the rules and limits of the game. Creates chaos in the virtual world of TOME. Tricks, deceives, steals, and tries to be a general nuisance to other players (mostly the heroes) for his own amusement. Finally he's definitely inspired by ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' characters.
* {{Troll}}: Basically is one due to his actions as a {{trickster}}. Chris Niosi says most of the hackers were inspired by real internet trolls.
-->"U mad?"
* UnusualEuphemism: Unlike Doubling, he does not curse, instead preferring to use these.
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Doubling. Although his language is much more tame since doesn't curse. He genuinely enjoys their exchanges, constantly grinning while they trade insults.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Doubling]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 01, 02; Short 01, 05
-> Voiced by: Eddie Bosco

->[[AC:Class: Morphological]]
->[[AC:Power: Morphing Slime]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: Despite his claim that he hates video games and would never return to TOME, Doubling created an alternate account in the form of Skeight (see below) to help Rockoon.
* AllThereInTheManual: Niosi writes in Skeight's breakdown, that Doubling developed an attachment to Rockoon in the hackers short, and started to miss his antics with Rockoon after he left TOME. Being too prideful to show his face again he created a new character, to try and fool Rockoon into thinking he's a fanboy of his, and join him in the tournament.
* BlobMonster: His character is a giant slime.
* ClusterBleepBomb: Has the biggest potty mouth of anyone in the series thus far.
* GrowingMusclesSequence: His Workout ability.
* HesBack: As of Short #5.
* JerkJock: If worrying about his hacking job cutting into his sports alongside his general demeanor is any indication.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Quits TOME in a huff, after getting a taste of the Forbidden Power leaving Rockoon behind, but then he returns as Skeight to save Rockoon from an angry mob of common players. Doubles as a HiddenHeartOfGold because he's stubbornly hiding this from Rockoon.
* LetsGetDangerous: "Kid gloves ''off'', [bleep]wad."
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Moreso than most of the other hackers, as he hates video games and has plenty of other hobbies
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: "Holy sh**, FORGET THIS! You are NOT worth what they're paying me! Freak!"
** Extended so far as for him to permanently quit TOME than risk physical harm again. Until he decides to return as Skeight.
-->"This ain't Film/{{Inception}}, I ain't in TheMatrix!"
* SiblingRivalry: He and his younger sister are both hackers and compete for work; he reluctantly recommends her to d-buggers.org only when he gets a taste of the Forbidden Power and wants nothing more to do with TOME.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Rockoon.
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Rockoon. Apparently enjoying their exchanges more than he wants to admit as [[HesBack his big return]] reveals.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Splat]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 02
-> Voiced by: [[Series/TheAdventuresOfPeteAndPete Alison Fanelli]]

->[[AC:Class: Morphological]]
->[[AC:Power: Adhesive Slime]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* CastingGag: Identified as the sister of another character, the actress who plays Splat is the sister of another ''actor''.
* OneShotCharacter: Appears only in "Mansion Midnight". After Gamecrazed dispatches of her, he informs Asterob that "the one I just took care of will not bother you again". He was true to his word.
* PrecisionFStrike: Splat is more judicious in her use of profanity than Doubling.
* SiblingRivalry: She and her older brother are both hackers competing for each other's work. She's recommended to d-buggers.org for a mission by Doubling when he decides to quit TOME.
* SlimeGirl: Her powers are slime based like her brother, and she can transform into various slime based shapes with her abilities.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Unlike her brother Doubling before her, and Ravenfreak after her, she is not seen being debriefed by d-buggers.org.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Demonking]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 03, 08; Short 03, 06
-> Voiced by: Anthony "[=AntfishTAS=]" Sardinha

->[[AC:Class: Spellcaster]]
->[[AC:Power: Hellfire]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Drumheller, Alberta, Canada]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* ApologisesALot / ApologeticAttacker: "Sorry" is even his first line.
* AntiVillain: Has sympathetic motives, seems genuinely apologetic for the chaos he unleashes upon ;Mechcity, and is even successfully redeemed by Nylocke through KirkSummation.
* BeardOfEvil / ExpositoryHairstyleChange: Appears in Short 06 with a short moustache and beard combo. It's used to emphasize his role as an evil rival after his FaceHeelTurn.
* BigEntrance: Twice. Once in episode three he flies down into battle with a fiery explosion as he appears. And then again in Short 06 in which He brings a ''whole cliffside'' with him and crashes the large purple rock into the ground at Nylocke's feet so that he "can look down upon" Nylocke.. Both are awesome entrances indeed.
* BigRedDevil: His character model draws some inspiration from the classic devil design.
* BlackEyesOfCrazy: His eyes have red irises on a black sclera. It's likely Demonking's player intentionally designed his character that way to be intimidating. they sure make him look intimidating in Short 06.
* CanadaEh: Fits the "says sorry all the time" sterotype at the very least.
* FriendlyEnemy: After he makes up with Nylocke, the dragon encourages Demonking to continue as a villain. Though now it's all in good fun as a pair of roleplayers.
* {{Hellfire}}: His power is casting "hellfires".
* HeelFaceTurn: Appears to have turned to the side of the heroes after episode 3 after he befriends Nylocke.
** FaceHeelTurn: Possible? Considering what happened at the end of the Nylocke's Day Off short... :S
*** In a blink-and-miss moment in Episode 8, he's seen staring at Nylocke from the arena after Flamegirl runs off to find Alpha, so it seems likely this is the case.
*** HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: But it ultimately becomes this in that Demonking, despite now being a villain, is more of a roleplayer just like Nylocke. The latter of which encourages this to make amends for offending him.
* IncomingHam:
--> " *using a hammy evil voice* ''Since I thought this was a such a special occasion I thought I'd bring my own cliff with which to look down upon you! NYLOCKE! Master of being too easily surprised! ahahaha!''"
* LargeHam: He becomes this when he starts roleplaying a villainious rival to get back at Nylocke. Plus his actor used a similar voice to his rendition of Dio Brando in a ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure [[TheAbridgedSeries Abridged Series]]''. Making it double as a ShoutOut. Even his entrance and exit are hammy. He flies away forebodingly as he bids Nylocke farewell.
* MinionWithAnFInEvil: The first word out of his mouth is "sorry", he always says "please", ''and'' he doesn't want to "burn this nice lookin' park or anything".
** Then he TookALevelInBadass and showed HeReallyCanAct as a villain by having a MUCH more sinister voice, dialogue, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and styling mustache]].
* OnlyInItForTheMoney:
--> "They said if I did this they'd pay me enough to go back to school... I just wanna go back to school. Is that so much to ask?"
* PlayingWithFire: as noted above he's a fire spell caster.
* PointyEars: Since his character is a demon. Like Nylocke it's probably intentionally chosen by the character's player to emphasize the character as different from ordinary humans in-game.
* PunchClockVillain: See above.
* SwiperNoSwiping: Nylocke merely tells Demonking to stop hacking, because it's wrong, and he does, which is PlayedForLaughs
* WalkingShirtlessScene: Wears no shirt.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Ravenfreak]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 03
-> Voiced by: Creator/LucienDodge

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: Illusion]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Unknown]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* BatmanGambit: Using Flamegirl to draw out Alpha's Forbidden Power? Check. Using Flamegirl to carry the Forbidden Power's weakness? Yes on D-buggers.org's part.
* BareYourMidriff: His shirt cuts off at the chest held together by a single button, and shows off his belly.
* CombatSadoMasochist: Unlike the other victims, Ravenfreak sounded ''elated'' to have experienced the Forbidden Power first hand.
* [[CreepyCrossdresser Creepy Cross Dressing]]: He takes the form of Flamegirl [[ItAmusedMe as a joke]] to mess with Alpha. Alpha didn't find it [[BerserkButton very funny]].
* FeatherFlechettes: One of his attacks is feather projectiles.
* LargeHam: It comes with being a voice actor.
* MasterOfIllusion: His chosen power is Illusion, granting him shapeshifting among other uses.
* NiceHat: Some people seem to think so, anyways...
--> Blake "ShadyVox" Swift: (during the Episode 3 commentary) "I want that hat!"
* OneShotCharacter: Appears only in "Highest Form of Flattery". In his final debriefing with d-buggers.org, he even says "I think once is enough for me".
* OnlyInItForTheMoney:
--> "Now where's MY MONEY?"
* SissyVillain: Emphasized by his "actwah" mannerisms, and his clothing. Very much meant to be creepy, and the audience loves him for it.
* VoluntaryShapeshifter: Transforms into a crow, and two of the main characters at will.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Neomutant]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 07, 08, 09, 13
-> Voiced by: Christopher Guerrero

->[[AC:Class: Fighter]]
->[[AC:Power: Lightning]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: California, United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationExpansion: In TTA he was just another hacker with a crush on Flamegirl, and didn't really do or accomplish much overall. In TOME his relationship with Flamegirl is much more personal, and his role in the story increased.
* AdaptationalVillainy: The Original Neomutant was an AntiVillain who eventually pulled a HeelFaceTurn and helped the gang infilrate the hacker base purely out of the goodness of his heart. Here, Neomutant is a ManipulativeBastard who has been plotting Flamegirl's death for the whole series, and was working as TheDragon for Rubirules.
* AntiVillain: Subverted. Does seem to genuinely care about Flamegirl, and appeared to turn on D-Buggers when they turned out to be hurting people. But it turns out much of his actions were planned to trick the main characters, and he was motivated by spite.
* CasanovaWannabe: The [[AllThereIntheManual facebook]] [[https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=500134390046670&set=pb.231491923577586.-2207520000.1365884168&type=3&theater page]] tells us that "he fancies himself as being charismatic, but is really selfish [[BeneathTheMask Underneath The Mask]]".
* CoolMask: Really pulls his look together, and adds to his mysteriousness. Also see WhiteMaskOfDoom below.
* DashingHispanic: His spanish/western sounding {{Leitmotif}}, and his accent seem to indicate this.
* TheDragon: To [[BiggerBad Rubirules]]. He's been collaborating with him on the Antivirus since before the series even started...
* DragonWithAnAgenda: ...Which he uses as an opportunity to make Flamegirl suffer as much as he can, screwing absolutely everyone over in the process.
* EvilAllAlong: He's actually been working for [[BiggerBad Rubirules]] since the very beginning. He even gloats about his involvement in Flamegirl's [[DisneyDeath apparent death]], saying that "The tramp had it coming." Alpha decapitates him in the middle of his EvilLaugh out of anger.
* FangsAreEvil: Episode 15 reveals he's got these under his mask
* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: Says he's pretty much already accepted that Flamegirl doesn't want to be with him, and only gets involved because he's worried about Alpha putting her in danger. Turns out he's lying.
* IfICantHaveYou: How he ''really'' feels about Flamegirl, despite his deceptive claims to the contrary. Episode 15 sees him refer to her as [[TheOneThatGotAway "The one that got away from me"]] and pretty much reveal the fact that ''[[MoralEventHorizon he's pretty much been plotting her murder for the whole series.]]''
* ItsAllAboutMe: After it's revealed that Flamegirl's life is in danger, Neomutant literally says that it's a win for everyone... "except you".
* KarmaHoudini: It's heavily implied that Rubirules will be, at the very least, interrogated by government agents for his actions, but Neomutant appears to have gotten off scot-free. Alpha manages to defeat him and boot him out of the session, but considering he effectively attempted to ''murder'' Flamey (Rubirules at least didn't ''know'' she was trapped in the antivirus until it was too late), that's hardly a suitable comeuppance.
** Subverted by WordOfGod, which implies he was arrested off-screen.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Neomutant's theme is "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/spanish-drive Spanish Drive]]".
* LoveMakesYouCrazy: His "love" for Flamegirl, causes him to act "dense", and selfish, and got him involved in hacking, due to thinking he needs to protect her from Alpha. His intentions are misplaced though, as Flamegirl obviously doesn't welcome his "help", and is not at all happy about him confronting her.
* LoveMakesYouEvil: After Flamegirl rejects him, Neomutant decides to use Rubirules's Antivirus as a means to attempt to murder her.
* ManipulativeBastard: Uses Alpha, Nylocke, Zetto, Kizuna, Flamegirl herself, and even ''[[GreaterScopeVillain Rubirules]]'' in his scheme to make Flamegirl suffer.
* MoralEventHorizon: Crossed this before the series even started, when he began scheming about using the Antivirus weapon as a means of making Flamegirl suffer.
* OhCrap: When he sees Demon Alpha for himself.
* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver: Although he thinks he has good intentions all the red and black clearly portray him as being sinister.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: While he thinks he has good intentions his red eyes emphasize he's definitely not on the side of good. He also has quite a temper, and is seen abusing his hacker abilities to take out his anger on Alpha.
* ShockAndAwe: His themed attack.
* StalkerWithACrush: He's supposedly been after Flamegirl for a year. She is not interested in him in the slightest.
* TopHeavyGuy: He has large hulking arms, and very stumpy legs that don't seem proportional, but emphasize his strength under the fighter class.
* WhatDoesSheSeeInHim: He doesn't understand how he could lose Flamegirl only for her to be interested in a "kid" like Alpha.
* WhiteMaskOfDoom: Although it's also half green it serves the same purpose. It's spooky, mysterious, and invokes themes of masks from theatre.
** In Season 2 his body is white and his mask is purple.
* UnwittingPawn: Subverted! At first we're led to believe that Neomutant was purposely leaked information to lure Flamegirl and Nylocke into the base so they can be used for the Dragon Bug, but it turns out he was in on Rubirules's plan the entire time and is his protege.
* {{Yandere}}

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dustbunny]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 08, 09
-> Voiced by: Creator/CristinaValenzuela

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: Smoke]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Unknown]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AbsoluteCleavage: Her top is cut to show off her cleavage and the top half of her stomach.
* AdaptationExpansion: Dustbunny starts off having a much more prominent role than in the original, appearing earlier on, and being given a very important mission from the hacker boss that requires her abilities to pull off without anyone noticing.
* CleavageWindow: Through the top half of her body suit. It opens up down the center like a jacket.
* EarlyBirdCameo: In the original incarnation Dustbunny did not appear until [[MissingEpisode The Movie]], and did not serve a recurring role until the third "season". In the reboot she first appears early on during the Gemini Tournament, and plays a more prominent role in the hackers plans.
* FemmeFatale: Wears prominently black and is portrayed as dangerous and sexy, and towards the end of episode 8 baits TheHero Alpha into following her, claiming she'll tell him more information about his "Forbidden Power" if he meets her.
* FormFittingWardrobe: Her clothes really stick close to her body in a way similar to spandex.
* FurAndLoathing: Wears a black body suit with fur fringe, and is portrayed as being a conniving and overconfident FemmeFatale.
* GottaHaveItGonnaStealIt: Her role in the hackers mission during the tournament is to use her smoke screen abilities to create cover so she can steal Asterob's asterisk shield, because they apparently really need it's ability to drain in game energy.
* LittleBitBeastly: Has long rabbit ears to emphasize being of the animalistic class, and a rabbit tail, but the rest of her design is more human looking.
* PlayboyBunny: Of the actual bunnygirl variety.
* MsFanservice: The bikini top she's wearing is all that is covering her up through the CleavageWindow in her body suit. She also wears heavy makeup.
* SmokeOut: Her power is creating smokescreens that blur sight, and make it harder for her enemies to attack her. And she can turn ''into'' smoke as well. Niosi states in a description of the original character [[http://kirbopher15.deviantart.com/art/Dustbunny-37709705 on Deviantart]] that her powers are heavily based off Capt. Smoker's devil fruit powers in ''Manga/OnePiece'',
* YellowEyesOfSneakiness: Her yellow irises emphasize her conniving personality, and FemmeFatale traits.

[[/folder]]


[[folder:Odboll]]
->Appears in: Episode 11, 13, 14 & 15
->Voiced by: Creator/BenDiskin
!!!Associated Tropes
* TheBully: Is seen to be one to Archy in the series finale, before Rockoon stops him.
* ClusterFBomb: As part of the show's removal of censorship, Odboll is…well…
-->'''Odboll: "WHOOO YEAH! F*CK THE POOOLLLLEEEESE 'CUZ I JUST MADE THIS JOINT MY BEEYOTCH! NYAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!" '''
* {{Griefer}} : Every other hacker at least ''attempted'' to carry out an assignment given to them directly by Tigerlilly, with Odboll's being "find the drain edge". Odboll didn't even pretend to try or even care and immediately started harassing players [[ForTheEvulz for the lols]], after which Flamegirl and the anti-hacker crew defeated him (see HoistByHisOwnPetard below).
** Odboll must have at least done something right, however, as Tigerlilly is seen talking to him again at the end of Episode 13, asking him if he "understands what he needs to do".
** This is somewhat subverted, as WordOfGod confirms that Odboll wasn't hired by Tigerlilly until ''after'' the events of Episode 11. Odboll is still a Troll who loves ruining the game experience for others, however, so in that regard, this trope is played straight.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Odboll's power, "Dungin Mastah", allowed him to dump battle grids from ;Mechcity into ;Sanctuary and therefore allow him to harass people there who were not interested in the combat side of the game. However, this fact allowed non-hacking players (Alpha, Gamecrazed, Nylocke and Flamegirl, to be precise) to participate in combat as well in the ;Sanctuary region (which is normally forbidden) and therefore defeat Odboll.
* {{Jerkass}}: He's a very unpleasant person who makes no secret of his being a bully and treating everyone rather poorly.
* {{Troll}}: Lampshaded by Nylocke.
[[/folder]]

!Netking Software

[[folder:Webmaster]]
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-> Appears in: Episodes 00, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15
-> Voiced by: Creator/KyleHebert

->[[AC:Class: Spellcaster]]
->[[AC:Power: Heavenly Light]]
->[[AC:Real Name: John]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Washington, USA]]

* Netking #1. Creator, Head Programmer, and Director of TOME. The Webmaster oversees his creation within the Heavens of Magical Expertise or HOME. He only interacts with normal players during special in game events such as the Gemini Tournament or the Anniversary Celebration.

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AGodIAmNot: Though he's never spoken his opinion, he clearly shows discomfort whenever he's referred to as a god in TOME.
* BigEntrance: [[Creator/KyleHebert Fitting.]] Even Nylocke is jealous of his entrance.
* EarlyBirdCameo: In the original he did not appear until almost immediately after the tournament was finished. In the remake he seems to be one of the main people organizing it.
* {{Expy}}: As far as appearance is concerned, Webmaster bears a lot of similarity to [[VideoGame/MegaManLegends Megaman Juno]].
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Webmaster's character, and his interest in organizing tournaments for the players of TOME is discussed as early as the second episode ''Midnight Mansion''. The titular mansion also has a painting of his likeness in the background.
* GiantHandsOfDoom: Has floating giant claw hands, which become significantly larger when he attacks.
* GodIsGood: Is portrayed as pretty much a God in TOME (others often refer to him as such) and is a genuinely NiceGuy.
* HolyHalo: Coming out of his back and seen around his head from the front. No doubt it's part of his design to emphasize his [[LightEmUp heavenly light]] abilities, and his god-like status as an admin of TOME.
* LightEmUp: His power is "Heavenly Light"
* NiceGuy: Though he has his moments of seriousness, he comes off as a great individual.
* OneOfUs: In-Universe. He refers to the combat challenge as a "boss rush" then quickly apologizes for the geeky slang.
* PhysicalGod: Maybe calling him a "Digital God" would be a better term, given that it's inside a videogame. But he's portrayed as being like a "god" of TOME's virtual world. Descending with heavenly light when he appears.
* PoliceAreUseless: Averted; When smoke starts covering the stadium unexpectedly, immediately undoes it.
-->'''Webmaster''': "''This WON'T do. Not in MY game''"
* FloatingLimbs: His limbs are disconnected from his body.
* {{Tuckerization}}: His first name is revealed to be John, probably a reference to John Nestoriak, creator of the [=TVTome=] website, on whom the character is (very) loosely based (as in, they're both admins of places online where Kirb and his friends like to hang out).
* WhatTheHellHero: He along with the other Netkings get this from Alpha and Flamegirl due to the Forbidden Power, all of the drama and tragedy caused by it and by not doing anything about it. It turns out that he and the other Netkings were completely oblivious to what was going on beyond the reports due to the mod staff and is very remorseful that it's happened.
** Perhaps not completely oblivious. At the end of Episode 13, Webamaster mentions to the other Netkings something about "atoning for their past mistake". Webmaster and the others were present when the Forbidden Power was created, but did not create it themselves. Whether or not they were aware it had returned remains to be seen...
** He along with the rest of the Netkings give one of these to Rubirules about wanting to use [=SOFDTI=] as a tool and for his actions affecting all of [=TOME=].

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Bitshrum]]
-> Appears in: Episodes 00, 12, 13, 14, 15
-> Voiced by: Creator/ToddHaberkorn

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: Boxes]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Washington, USA]]

* Netking #2. Head of Environment Design for TOME, and creator of all three regions.

!!!Associated Tropes:

* MushroomMan: In particular, he seems to have been strongly inspired by ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros''.
* StoneWall: Strictly of the turtling variety. His entire playstyle revolves around placing barriers and traps between himself and his opponent. Once they get in close, however, he's more of SquishyWizard.
* TaxonomicTermConfusion: His class is Animalistic, even though mushrooms are not animals. (Fungi are a kingdom distinct from both animals and plants.)


[[/folder]]

[[folder:Kindarspirit]]
-> Appears in: Episodes 00, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15
-> Voiced by: Michele Knotz

->[[AC:Class: Spellcaster]]
->[[AC:Power: Weather]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Washington, USA]]

* Netking #3. Head of the Sound Department. Handles the music and sound effects for TOME, and also serves as the System Voice.

!!!Associated Tropes:

* BewareTheNiceOnes: She outright calls Rubirules egotistical and only wanting to use [=SOFDTI=] to revolutionize technology for his own selfish purposes, not out of altruistic means and shocks Execk when she says it.
* BookEnds: Kindarspirit appears in the first and last episodes of season one; hers is the first voice to be heard at the beginning of the first episode, and she's the last new character to be introduced at the end of the last one.
* CutenessOverload: She {{Squee}}s with hyperactive joy and gives him a bear hug when she meets Kirbopher because he's just so gosh darn cute. Her reaction is so over the top that she claims she wants plush dolls of his character model and (at least pretends) to [[ImTakingHerHomeWithMe kidnap him]] because of this as part of her boss fight with the main five.
* GoldAndWhiteAreDivine / WomanInWhite: Wears a long creamish white, and gold colored gown that invokes symbolism of heaven and goodness.
* HolyHalo: Has a yellow halo floating over her head. Her character's appearance is themed around angels.
* HotScientist: Kindarspirit has a very attractive character model in-game, and is shown to be quite shapely during the real-life segments of Episode 00 as well. She's also a supergenius computer programmer who helped create a fully sentient A.I. and is a very talented musician.
* IncomingHam: Kindarspirit is the system voice in the first episode, and in the second short. When she first appears in the show she takes advantage of this voice as an InJoke with Webmaster. She says can't resist using it this way.
--> '''Kindarspirit''': "''Welcome HOME Webmaster to the [[FunWithAcronyms Heavens Of Magical Expertise]]! Kindarspirit, now entering!''"
* InJoke: Her acting like she does when she's the system voice narrator to announce her presence to Webmaster.
* MamaBear: Acts like a parent to SOFDTI more than any of the other Netkings. Kindarspirit is the most visibly angry at Rubirules when he reveals his plans to use her as the key to a technological revolution, and the only times she is seen as truly angry are when SOFDTI has been threatened.
* TheVoice: For her initial voice cameos as the system voice. She is finally seen onscreen in the season finale.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Rubirules]]
-> Appears in: Episodes 00, 12, 13, 14, 15
-> Voiced by: Creator/YuriLowenthal

->[[AC:Class: Morphological]]
->[[AC:Power: Mirror Body]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Washington, USA]]

* Netking #4. Head of Character Design for TOME. He approves all character submissions, and was responsible for creating Nylocke's character model.

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationalVillainy: Was just another Netking in the original, but is eventually revealed to be EvilAllAlong in the reboot with deeper motivations and a more charismatic personality.
* BiggerBad : Revealed to be a villain who wanted to use the virus to control SOFDTI so he could capitalize on her design to start a technological revolution. Even the Forbidden Power is repulsed by this and teams up with Alpha to stop him. He's entirely OutOfFocus until he's revealed to be part of D-Bugger's.org in episode 15.
* CompositeCharacter: Combines the original Rubyrulz's charisma, personality, status as graphic designer, and abilities with the original EXE's role and villanous intentions. Several aspects of other TTA villains are incorporated into his character as well, such as Anidoug's desire to use technology to improve the world and Phaxal's status as Alpha's EvilTwin (although in TOME, Rubirules is only a recolor of Alpha for a short while). Rubirules also manages to incorporate elements of [=DarkEyesOfAnubis=] - TTA's true BigBad and Mastermind - into his character, due to the fact that he is (directly) responsible for the Dragon Bug's creation and (indirectly) responsible for Kajet, just like [=DarkEyes=] was.
* EvilAllAlong: Turns out to behind a scheme to shut down TOME and profit off of SOFDTI, a sentient AI.
* FlippingTheBird: He flips off Nylocke before their fight begins.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: He was the first Netking to suggest telling the Government about SOFDTI. He would later use the Forbidden Power as an excuse to end the game and then use her for technological advances.
* TheGadfly: He takes Zetto's form just to mess with Alpha and the others.
* ItsAllAboutMe: He claims that using SOFDTI would benefit the world, but she knows it's merely secondary to his real goal of being famous.
* KickTheDog: When Alpha gives him the chance to give up and free Flamegirl, Rubirules outright says "Your girlfriend's gone!" just to rub in how much of a {{Jerkass}} he is. Making fun of a traumatic event in Zetto's life certainly wasn't that kind either...
* LukeIAmYourFather: Spoofed when Rubirules reveals that he designed Nylocke's character model and is therefore his "father".
* MotiveRant: Gives a long one to the other Netkings after losing to Alpha, criticizing them for seeing SOFDTI, an A.I. as a daughter instead of a way to make them all rich and famous. He finds her limitless potential, possible to make advanced leaps in technology, wasted on a video game, and that the Netkings were all idiots to ignore him.
* MythologyGag: When Rubi eventually goes OneWingedAngel on Alpha during the final battle, he turns into a recolor of Alpha's Season 2 design, bringing [[EvilTwin Phaxal]] to mind. Also the symbol he uses for the D-buggers chat also resembles EXE's third eye from the original TTA, and by extention, Execk's - which fooled fans of TTA into thinking TOME followed the same villain plotline.
* OneWingedAngel: Absorbs the anti-virus during his fight with Alpha to become a giant monstrous version of himself
* TheManBehindTheMan : Is the true master behind Debuggers.org, using everyone involved so he could obtain both the The Virus and SOFDTI and control them with the Dragon Bug.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Initially. Rubirules created Kajet's True Shadowguard Beast body as an In-Game Boss without realizing a dangerous virus would eventually use it to wreck havoc in TOME. However, Rubirules ends up ultimately becoming the show's BiggerBad after formulating his plan to monopolize SOFDTI, meaning that he was only this trope in one instance of "doom" and was a completely witting instigator of doom in an entirely separate plotline.
* UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans: When Zetto and Alpha point out that Flamegirl might be comatose or braindead because of his plan, he basically says the end results will justify his actions in the end.
--> Rubirules: '''"Really? ''That's'' your strawgrasping argument? Even if that's true, and she is trapped in the antivirus, I don't care. I'm ''changing'' the ''world!''".'''
* WeCanRuleTogether: After sharing his EvilPlan with Alpha and the other Netkings, he asks if any of them want in on his plan to monopolize SOFDTI.
* WellIntentionedExtremist:Was planning on manipulating SOFDTI in order to use her to kickstart a technological revolution where technology is streamlined by advanced AI.
* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Uses it to mock Nylocke while in his form during their fight.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Execk]]
->Appears in: Episodes 00, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15
->Voiced by: Creator/JonStJohn

->[[AC:Class: Mechanical]]
->[[AC:Power: Machinations]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Washington, USA]]

* Netking #5. Head of Battle System Development & Programming for TOME. One of his deeds was inventing the Battle Grid. He is the first in the "boss rush".

!!!Associated Tropes

* BadassInANiceSuit: The fact bubble special for episode 11 reveals that out of the Netkings, he's likely the most skilled in combat due to his role as a Netking but even when holding back alot he gives Alpha a really tough battle. And his character model is in a very nice suit, so it writes itself.
* CoolOldGuy: As it turns out, Execk is a really nice guy.
* DropTheHammer: One of his many weapons.
* ElementalPowers: His shapeshifting arm can create several weapons with elemental properties.
** AnIcePerson: An air conditioner.
** PlayingWithFire: A flamethrower.
** ShockAndAwe: What looks like a taser.
* EvilOldFolks: Averted. Execk is actually a really nice guy.
* GrumpyOldMan [[Spoilers: Subverted. Although he's visibly uncomfortable whenever somebody brings up the Forbidden Power, he's actually a really nice guy. Then again, he is understandably PISSED when [[BewareTheNiceOnes Rubirules turns his back on the other Netkings for fame, power, and profit.]]
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Alpha kicks his hammer back into his face for the finishing blow.
* RapunzelHair: Long and blond.
* RedHerring :Execk behaves very suspiciously all throughout TOME's second season, suggesting something was up with him. When Episode 14 came out and it was revealed that [[TheManBehindTheMan someone was even higher up in D-Buggers.org than Kizuna]], it seemed almost confirmed that Execk was evil, especially considering that EXE had villanous intentions in the original. Even the symbol that was used to represent D-Buggers' leader resembled Execk's third eye, but the mastermind ultimately turned out to none other than Rubirules - a CompositeCharacter of most of the villains from TTA.]]
* TheSouthpaw: All of his weapons spawn from his left arm.
* [[StarterVillain Starter King]]: As he points out after his defeat, he was playing the part of the weakest challenge in the quest.
* ThirdEye: Built into his helmet.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: His trying to explain violence and combat to [=SOFTDI=] was partially responsible for the Forbidden Power's birth since she couldn't understand it due to her inexperience according to the fact bubble special for Episode 00, though he had no way of knowing this would happen.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:ChaseAce]]
->Appears in: Episode 11, 12
->Voiced by: Creator/BrycePapenbrook

!!!Associated Tropes

* OfficialCouple: He and Bishipp seem to be an item.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: He immediately bans the hacker and tries to reassure everyone that he'll have the place fixed up and reports to Webmaster about the Forbidden Power reappearing.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Bishipp]]
->Appears in: Episode 11, 12
->Voiced by: Creator/MonaMarshall

!!!Associated Tropes

* EyesAlwaysShut: Her model is seemingly designed that way.
* OfficialCouple: Reading her quick text suggest she's seeing [=ChaseAce=]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Anneva & Foreva]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 08, 09
-> Voiced by: [[Creator/KiraBuckland Kira "Rinachan" Buckland]] (Foreva), Jackie Florian (Anneva)

->[[AC:Class: None]]
->[[AC:Power: None]]
->[[AC:Real Names: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Locations: Unknown]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationNameChange: Anneva's name in the original was "Tamerlisa".It was changed in the reboot to be more similar to Foreva's name, to emphasize them being a duo hosting the tournament.
* TheAnnouncer: Anneva who stays up in the safety of the announcer's box and announces which teams are paired against each other during the tournament, and then announcing the conclusion of each battle for the audience. Foreva in contrast gets up close to the battles themselves acting more as a [[CombatReferee referee]].
* CombatReferee: Foreva who gets up close to stadium itself following the fighters from the edge of the ring as they face off, and probably doubling as extra eyes to watch for cheating. This is in contrast to Anneva who stays up in the announcer's box farther away from the action.
* CurbStompBattle: Foreva suffers one of these to Saturndiva who finds her irritating.
* TheDividual[=/=][[ThoseTwoGuys Those Two Girls]]: For the most part they play off of each other as a pair. They're introduced together. They fall under The Syndividual variation, having different looks and contrasting character traits, but still acting together as a unit, adding commentary to the events of the tournament.
* EsotericMotifs: Their character's outfits and overall appearance are modeled after the Yin Yang Symbol of balance. It being an important theme for the tournament. Also fits with them being a duo themselves with contrasting personalities.
* GenkiGirl: Foreva who is very optimistic, playful, and excited. Inverted with Anneva who in contrast is more subdued and sophisticated.
* HurricaneOfPuns[=/=]{{Shout Out}}s: They make a great many shout outs to videogame culture and puns to go along with them. One shout in particular is a botched line where Foreva says "Hell or Heaven lets rock!" (the original line is "Heaven or Hell") In reference to ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear''.
** And another:
-->'''Foreva''': It's a come from behind [[MakingASplash Poseidon Wave]]! Those Dinosaurs [[{{Franchise/Pokemon}} never learned how to surf!]]
* LargeHamAnnouncer: Moreso with Foreva with her constant {{Shout Out}}s to video game culture, although Anneva has her moments as well.
* MulticoloredHair: Both have streaks in their hair in addition to their dominant hair color. Anneva has black hair with blue streaks. And Foreva has pink hair with white streaks.
* OminousPipeOrgan: One of these themes starts playing as Anneva very melodramatically says
-->"''As the stakes raise higher and higher one solitary slip up could cost them the entire match, and their hopes and dreams will be dashed! FOREVER! AUGH! I can't take it!''"
* PunnyName: Foreva Anneva --> Forever and ever.
* RedOniBlueOni: Foreva is the LargeHam Red Oni while Anneva is the more relaxed Blue Oni.
* RemakeCameo: Kira Buckland, the voice of Foreva, lent her voice in the original TTA. She also appeared in Brawl Taunts (which she wrote, and Chris Niosi animated).
* RoseHairedSweetie: Foreva has pink hair, and is a very cheerful and excited to do her job, even as some players get very irritated, at her style of announcing.
* YouthfulFreckles: Foreva has them. She also seems to be younger than Anneva, and is much more energetic.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Armoora]]
-> Appears in: Episode 11, Short 04
-> Voiced by: Creator/EricaMendez

->[[AC:Class: Mechanical?]]
->[[AC:Power: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Varies]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Varies]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* FacelessGoons: Episode 11 reveals that the "Armoora" model is a template used by multiple moderators.
* PoliceAreUseless: After five hacker attacks and two public virus incidents seen (and six more apparently happening prior to Episode 01), one of these is the first trace of actual support staff we have yet to see...and she is more concerned with scammers and tournament organizing. Makes you wonder how the game is holding together at all when the people running it couldn't care less about the people playing it.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Doublebeard (The Quest Giver)]]
-> Appears in: Episode 04
-> Voiced by: Mick Lauer

!!!Associated Tropes:

* TheRoleplayer: Roleplays as he's giving out quests. He won't even answer you if you don't play along with his roleplaying. WordOfGod says Doublebeard works for Netking software giving out quests and encouraging roleplaying amongst the denizens of TOME. His job was described as being similar to jobs at themed restaurants.
* RhymesOnADime: Speaks entirely in rhyme. Kirbopher sarcastically compares him to the christmas tales told in rhyme.
* QuestGiver: Doublebeard is one. He even has a colorful circle beneath his feet to indicate he's this to players in TOME.
* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Speaks this way to encourage players to talk to him in roleplayer speak. He won't give out quests to anyone unless they speak to him this way.

[[/folder]]

!Other Characters

[[folder:Zetto]]
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-> Appears in: Episodes 00, 05, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 14; Short 07
-> Voiced by: Chris Niosi (credited as Tony A. Campbell in episodes 05, 08, and 09)

->[[AC:Class: Fighter]]
->[[AC:Power: Ki Manipulation]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Christopher, assuming that's Kirb's real name]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:
* AdaptationalHeroism: In the original, Zetto was obsessed with finding the Forbidden Power to [[EvilIsPetty become the strongest player in the entire virtual world]]; and pulls a HeelFaceTurn at the end of Season 2 and then helps Alpha and Ruri defeat the D-Bug in the Season 3 Finale. In [=TOME=], he's obsessed with finding the Forbidden Power to prevent it from hurting anyone, especially his friends, and is a HeroAntagonist. It's believed to be subverted in Episode 13 when Neomutant states that D-Buggers.org is planning to use the Forbidden Power to blackmail the Netkings but then it turns out that this isn't true and Zetto is still trying to stop the Forbidden Power from ever hurting anyone again.
* AmbidextrousSprite: The mechanical arm on Zetto's "character sprite" faces the viewer no matter which way he's facing.
* ArchEnemy: Is treated as this by the main characters, especially Alpha.
* ArmCannon: His mechanical arm fires lasers and ki attacks.
* ArtificialLimbs: Well one limb. His mechanical arm, which can change shape for various different attacks.
** The arm Zetto crafted was made specifically to fight against the virus, or at the very least defend against it.
* BladeBelowTheShoulder: Attached to his non-mechanical arm
* BloodKnight[=/=]TheRealMan: Really enjoys a good fight. Episode 09 in particular demonstrates this a lot. He takes winning and PvP fighting so seriously that he can't have fun if someone doesn't treat it as SeriousBusiness like he does.
** He's become significantly mor subdued after the events of Episode 10.
* BrainsAndBrawn: Kizuna is the brains, and Zetto is the brawn. Kizuna with her cold and professional attitude acts as a kind of {{foil}} to Zetto's smarminess, overconfidence and BloodKnight tendencies, keeping him in line.
* CoolDown: He needs to gather energy to use his "Breaker Beam" attack and it requires more recharge time to be used twice. By the second time he charges it people can figure out what's up, and counter it.
* CurbStompBattle: Inflicts one on two players who are talking, then he inflicts one on Alpha when he's suffering a DemonicPossession.
* CreepyMonotone: The way he talks and his voice sounds is very breathy and smug, which is especially creepy during the more action packed scenes of ''Awaken The Beast''. The episode ''Gemini Tournament Yin'' shows that in casual conversation this occasionally ends up, being donwplayed, and turns into SpockSpeak.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Zetto's and The Forbidden Power's dialogue in episode 05 and 10, and his TroubledBackstoryFlashback to an earlier version of his character suggest that Zetto has a prior history with the Forbidden Power.
** It turns out that when Zetto and Kizuna helped with the development process, [=SOFDTI=]'s inability to process negative human emotions created the Forbidden Power which possessed the Shadow Guard Beast while it was in beta. Due to it's ability to hurt people in real life, when the Shadow Guard Beast severed Zetto's character's arm during the testing process, the player controlling Zetto was in pure agony and was being taunted by the Virus. Despite not having to go through what Alpha went through in regard to DemonicPossession, knowing everything that happened, and experiencing that brief glimpse of the Forbidden Power's evil capabilities, gave him and Kizuna incentive to set out to try and find a way to erase the Forbidden Power.
* DemonicPossession: Possessed by the Forbidden Power in episode 10, but is ultimately saved by the combined efforts of Alpha, Flamegirl and Nylocke.
* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: We're made to believe Alpha is completely invulnerable when under the effects of the virus, and yet Zetto floors him like he's nothing
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Shows unrivaled skill during his first appearance in episode 5 by [[KickTheDog destroying two random players]] and mocking how they weren't strong enough to be worth his time.
** Episode 5's fact bubble special tells us this is a big front Zetto's player put up to hide the fact that he is extremely scared of the virus coming back in full force.
** Arguably foreshadowing his being a HeroAntagonist. If he hadn't [[MercyKill killed]] the two, they'd have been in Demon Alpha's path during his rampage.
* FangsAreEvil: While Zetto's not technically an evil character he has sharp, jagged teeth that allude to his role as an antagonist, and make him look scary.
* FantasticFragility / NecessaryDrawback: The recharge time needed to use his beam attack, and give it it's potent power also leaves him open for other finishing moves to decimate him.
* FatalFlaw: Pride. Zetto is very proud and due to his pride being exploited, he has a VillainousBreakdown in the Gemini Tournament because Alpha won't give him the match he wants and Nylocke's antics.
* FinishingMove: Zetto's "Breaker Beam" attack is used this way. And episode 09 shows it can backfire on him in a big way if it doesn't work. Since he uses a ton of energy to use it and it's a skill that [[CoolDown requires recharging to be used]].
* GoodWeaponEvilWeapon: Zetto utilizes guns, and anytime he wounds someone with bullets, it's depicted as excruciatingly painful. Compare to Alpha, who uses his fists mostly.
* HeroAntagonist: Zetto is generally in opposition to Alpha and friends, but his motives and intentions are good. His goal is to seal away the Forbidden Power and stop it from causing any more trouble and in the Season Finale, tries to explain this to Alpha and does what he can to help Alpha with it. His [[http://kirbopher.tumblr.com/post/71652203707/username-zetto-location-unknown-us-class character breakdown]] reveals that his role as an antagonist was unintentional on his part. He was forced into it after his friends got wrapped up in fighting against all the hacker drama.
* HeroicWillpower: Even when possessed by the Forbidden Power, Zetto manages to remove the rest of the Forbidden Power from Alpha's character.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Nylocke absorbs all of Zetto's Ki energy from his attacks into the Drain Edge and is put into a position where he can finish Zetto off with one last finishing move using Zetto's own ki energy. This is ultimately subverted though when Nylocke throws the match and lets Zetto win the Gemini Tournament.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Trusted [[GreaterScopeVillain Rubirules]], [[ManipulativeBastard Neomutant]], and [[{{Jerkass}}''Odboll'']] with their plan to destroy the virus. Yeah.
* InfiniteSupplies: Of Ammunition, which he never seems to run out of. This is likely because his ability to generate unlimited Ki energy probably also allows him to fire bullets "infinitely".
* InstantKnots: His mechanical arm can shoot chains, and they seem to have a life of their own. They can instantly wrap themselves around anything in their general direction.
* LivingADoubleLife: Since Kirbopher and Zetto are two characters used by the same player he has to balance interacting with two different groups of characters, and has to act differently for both characters to avoid suspicion of this double life.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: It's less obvious with Zetto then it is with Kirbopher, but despite his smug arrogance and condescenion during the Gemini Tournament, he's out to stop the Forbidden Power to protect the players of [=TOME=] and does things he has no reason to do like return Asterob's shield.
* KameHameHadoken One of his attacks is a charged giant laser beam, and his ability is ki attacks.
* KnightOfCerebus: Along with Tigerlily, after he appears, the series takes a darker turn.
* LaserBlade: attached to his non mechanical arm.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Zetto's is "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/survive-the-drama Survive the Drama]]" and there's also a DarkReprise titled "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/survive-the-virus-by-thelivingtombstone Survive THE VIRUS]]" used when Zetto is possessed by The Forbidden Power.
* MasterOfAll: Zetto was designed to be incredibly balanced in everyway and his abilities reflect this. Thanks to his being one of the most skilled players in all of [=TOME=] due to his history as the combat beta tester, he has the skill to use his entire arsenal to his advantage and the only time he technically loses a non Forbidden Power related fight is when he uses Breaker Beam on a Drain Edge equipped Nylocke.
* TheManBehindTheMan: It was always Zetto's plan to contain the Forbidden Power and erase it so that it wouldn't hurt people. He gets BigBad Kizuna/Tigerlilly to help him do this because they're friends and she has the resources to hire contractors (The Hackers), and freelance programmers so that the plan can work.
* MeaningfulEcho: He will commonly repeat or paraphrase a line that he already said as Kirbopher - this includes his very first line ("Well, it's about time"), his insistence to "Quit screwing around and show me the real deal!", and his very last ("Well, maybe this is as good as it's gonna get").
* {{Munchkin}}: Episode 09 shows him to be this. He takes winning at the game [[SeriousBusiness very seriously]], to the point that when Nylocke and Gamecrazed throw their fight it robbed him of enjoying his victory in the Gemini Tournament. The reason he feels that way is that it's made clear Nylocke was about to win, and could have finished Zetto and Kizuna fairly easily, but let Zetto win to make a point that winning and being the strongest isn't everything.
* NoConservationOfEnergy: Zetto has an ability called "Ki Generator", which gives him access to unlimited Ki-energy that he can charge and release as explosive attacks. The only time so far that this has been countered is by Nylocke's absorbing of his Ki energy with the Drain Edge in the Gemini Tournament, which weakened him.
* PetTheDog: Though he is usually depicted as obsessed with power and arrogant, he takes the time to return Asterob's stolen shield, who would have otherwise been left defenseless.
* PowersAsPrograms: He has an earlier version of the antivirus program that Flamegirl has, which lets him block virus attacks from Demon Alpha. Plus the "absorption code" used to remove the Forbidden Power from Alpha's character.
* PowerPalms: He shoots lasers and ki attacks from his mechanical palm. The power palms are seen when he's charging his laser.
* PyrrhicVictory: Nylocke lets Zetto win the gemini tournament's final match to teach him that winning isn't everything. This was after he pretty much absorbed all of Zetto's Ki energy, and was in a position to [[HoistByHisOwnPetard finish him off with his own Ki]], making Zetto's win feel undeserved.
* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Gives a pretty vicious one when Nylocke pushes him over the edge.
--> "You stop this Bull[[PrecisionFStrike S***]] RIGHT NOW! I've had it up to HERE with your socially awkward antics! In case you weren't aware, we're ''not'' living in "Ye Old England" you overbearing twit! And your ridiculous coping mechanism for interacting with others isn't cute. It's insanity! It's annoying! YOU'RE ANNOYING! Now SHUT UP, get over here and fight me, before I make you wish you never got NEAR THIS GODFORSAKEN GAME!"
** This speech doesn't make a whole lot of sense at face value - even if Nylocke's reputation precedes him, it's odd that Zetto (someone he's never interacted with before) would claim to be fed up with his antics. In retrospect, this is one of the biggest clues that Kirb and Zetto are one and the same - Kirb consistently expressed annoyance and frustration at Nylocke's role-playing, especially in "Dragon Drama".
* RedEyesTakeWarning: He bares intimidating red eyes. :Further highlighted when the Forbidden Power possesses him.
* ResistTheBeast: For the most part the Forbidden Power maintains complete control until he breaks the possession momentarily to ask Alpha to MercyKill him, and resists enough to absorb the rest of the Virus from Alpha's character from 93% to 100% later.
* SlasherSmile: Sports one most of the time, usually in combat.
* SlapSlapKiss: With Kizuna. Implied by SOFDI when he and Kizuna are testing the new battle system and bug checking.
* SpikyHair[=/=]ShonenHair His hair is so spiky, and messy it almost looks like it's solid. It seriously looks like his hair could cut you.
* SpockSpeak: His conversation with Kizuna in ''Gemini Tournament Yin'' where his good grammar portrays him as intelligent. He prefers to use more technical terms like saying "truly" instead of relying on "really". The sarcasm he uses is also very dry, and subdued.
* SwissArmyWeapon[=/=]SwissArmyAppendage: Zetto's [[ArtificialLimbs mechanical arm]] works this way. In addition to firing ki attacks, it can shift its form into a cannon, a chain link gun, and a machine gun.
* TroubledBackstoryFlashback There is a FlashBack to an earlier version of Zetto's character facing The Forbidden Power, this one with ''two'' arms, which suggests that they have met and fought during a similar event in Zetto's past.
* TwoAliasesOneCharacter: It's revealed in Episode 10 that Zetto and Kirbopher are the same player using two different characters when it's shown that both his and Kirbopher's eyes turn gray in the episode and it's stated to be signifying him "disconnecting" from his character and reconnecting to the other character without logging out of TOME. The only time we had seen them interact prior to TheReveal was a match in the Gemini Tournament, and the fact that Kirbopher didn't fight back or talk to Zetto ended up being a hint that both characters were controlled by the same player.
* VariableLengthChain: The chains he shoots from his mechanical arm don't seem to have any limit in length. Also see InstantKnots above.
* VillainousBreakdown: Has one thanks to Nylocke not taking their fight seriously.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: It is later revealed Zetto, along with Kizuna, enlisted the Hackers in order to seek out, test and ultimately eliminate the Forbidden Power, knowing how dangerous it is.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Comes from the anime influences of the original series.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Kizuna]]
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-> Appears in: Episodes 00, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12 as Kizuna and 03 and 05 solely in her Mysterious Red Cat form
-> Voiced by: Imogen Fox

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: Sharpshooting]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Unknown]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* [[AdaptationalVillainy Adaptational]] [[AntiVillain Anti-Villainy]]: In the original, she was solely a protagonist, and at the very least disapproved of Zetto's involvement with the Hackers. Here, she's the hacker leader (although not the [[TheManBehindTheMan creator]]), and is much more cold and calculating. She's eventually revealed to be a WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds, as everything she does is out of a somewhat misguided attempt to protect Zetto, and she doesn't know Rubirules's true intentions.
* AdaptationNameChange: A rather drastic one, from "Ruri" in TTA.
* {{Animorphism}}: As it turns out, she was the Mysterious Red Cat that's been appearing in the past episodes.
* BigBad: According to Neomutant, D-Buggers planning to blackmail the Netkings. But since Zetto's short explicitly states he wants to destroy it, that leaves her.
** Ultimately subverted in that she's firmly on the side of good albeit with an understandable hatred for [=SOFDTI=].
* BrainsAndBrawn: Kizuna is the brains, and Zetto is the brawn. Kizuna with her cold and professional attitude acts as a kind of {{foil}} to Zetto's smarminess, overconfidence and BloodKnight tendencies, keeping him in line.
* ContraltoOfDanger: She has a much huskier voice than the rest of the female cast members. It's used to portray her as being an ActionGirl, before we actually get to see her fight. It also plays up her CreepyMonotone mannerisms.
* CreepyMonotone: Speaks in a breathy monotone very similar to Zetto. Except unlike him she doesn't seem to stress words or syllables at all, when she's talking. She's also more precise when she speaks, and she seems to prefer her responses to be a short three words or less.
* [[CuteKitten Cute Kitty]]: In the form of the Mysterious Red Cat. If you just look at it you know it's adorable. Part of the reason it was used as a Scenery Joke. Since it's very out of place from the rest of the show's characters.
* FreezeFrameBonus: You'll miss her first appearance, in her Mysterious Red Cat form, completely if you're not looking at the foreground in "Highest Form of Flattery" while Flamey and her friends are talking.
* FunnyBackgroundEvent: First appears as a scenery joke in "Highest Form Of Flattery". But then it's upgraded to a MeaningfulBackgroundEvent in "Awaken The Beast".
* LittleBitBeastly: Has long animal-like ears seemingly modeled after a cat or some other animal, but the rest of her design is more human looking.
* GirlsWithGuns / TheGunslinger: Mainly attacks with her handgun. Her power is "sharpshooting".
* GoodWeaponEvilWeapon: In a game that allows players to use energy attacks, swords or even their fists, Kizuna specializes in gun use, which lends to her more questionable alignment.
* {{Handguns}}: The weapon she uses.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Not only did she and Zetto fully trust [[GreaterScopeVillain Rubirules]] when he proposed his plan to "destroy" the virus, they also trusted [[ManipulativeBastard Neomutant]] and [[Jerkass Odboll]] with their plan to make it work, which nearly led to Flamegirl's death.
* ImprobableAimingSkills: The facebook page states that she's a professional gunwoman who never misses
* InfiniteSupplies: Normally a handgun would need to be reloaded after a few rounds, but she has a technique called "Golden Bullet" that grants her unlimited ammunition. It's inside a video game so it makes sense.
* MysteriousWatcher: In her Mysterious Red Cat form, this is her primary activity, always watching the main characters.
* PowerArmor/ MiniMecha: Has a technique called "Beast Armor" which is how she can transform into Tigerlilly. This technique forms a "metallic shell" around her character, and while doing so she trades her naturally good speed for offensive and defensive power, plus it gives her access to more attacks. She's hacked her Beast Armor ability so that it lasts for as long as she needs it to instead of wearing off over time, allowing her to use it as a disguise.
* SlapSlapKiss: With Zetto. Implied by [=SOFDTI=] when she and Zetto are testing the new battle system and bug checking. Outright confirmed by Kizuna as she's about to try and shoot [=SOFDTI=] to prevent another Forbidden Power from being born.
* TheStoic: Speaks in a very airy, and quiet tone, and appears non-emotional, or otherwise unimpressed with what's going on at the tournament. She's been playing TOME since launch, so perhaps she's just disillusioned after playing so long.
* NotSoStoic: From Episode 14 onwards, but mostly when Zetto shoots her in the back to stop her killing [=SOFDTI=]. She's completely horrified.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Serpentine]]
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-> Appears in: Short 03, 06
-> Voiced by: Steven M. Kelly

->[[AC:Class: Animalistic]]
->[[AC:Power: Mighty Claws]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United Kingdom]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* ArchEnemy: Fancies himself this to Nylocke, who gleefully plays along. The circumstances are a lot more serious than Nylocke first expected, however.
* AdaptationDistillation: His character was simplified in the reboot. In the original he had a much bigger role. But he was also very forgettable in the original and didn't have a lot of backstory so it was deemed unnecessary in TOME. He was changed to a villainous roleplayer to play off of Nylocke instead.
* AdaptationNameChange: His name was "Simdragon" in the original, it was changed to Serpentine in the reboot.
* CreateYourOwnVillain: The short "The Legend of Nylocke" reveals that he was once a [[WideEyedIdealist Wide Eyed Roleplayer]] who idolized Nylocke, but was turned down by him because he wasn't good at YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe narrative. He even tried making an evil counterpart character based on Nylocke to fight him but the system didn't allow it. Part of the reason he sought out [=DemonKing=] was to get hacking skills to bypass the system and be a {{Griefer}} in Nylocke's name.
* LargeHam: Intentionally as he's acting out an evil counterpart to Nylocke. Though it contrasts Nylocke in that he still has an indoor voice most of the time, and he sounds more slimy and smug.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Yes, Serpentine ''does'' sound a lot like Creator/TimCurry, doesn't he?
* PunchClockVillain: Mistakenly Acknowledged by Nylocke:
--> '''Nylocke:''' "You play your role well, Serpentine... but your role is that of the enemy!"
* TheRolePlayer: Naturally being an evil roleplayer counterpart to Nylocke.
* SatelliteCharacter: Has only appeared in the two Nylocke-centric shorts. Justified since he's a fellow roleplayer and has a vendetta against Nylocke and wouldn't care about the other protagonists.
* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Emphasizes he's roleplaying a character. He also lives in the UnitedKingdom, which probably has some influence.
* WhatTheHellHero: His speech in "The Legend of Nylocke" has shades of this.

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[[folder:Tsuzuku]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 05, 08
-> Voiced by: [[Creator/KaijiTang Kaiji "Juicey Flannigan" Tang]]

->[[AC:Class: Swordsman]]
->[[AC:Power: Sun Blade]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Shanghai, China]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* FacialMarkings: No doubt it's inspired from ''Franchise/DotHack''
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Shogun.
* InTheNameOfTheMoon: [[{{Lunacy}} No we're not talking about Shogun's moon powers]] The trope name is actually in reference to ''Franchise/SailorMoon''. Anyway Tsuzuku and Shogun take turns introducing themselves with a team catchphrase before battle, explaining their sword's powers, and proudly announcing at the end that "''together they're the [[Franchise/DotHack Twin Blades]]''".
* {{Otaku}}: A big fan of anime as his character, and the name of their team are clearly inspired by it.
* PassFail: He's Chinese, but his friendship with Shogun got started because the latter believed him to be Japanese. [[AllThereInTheManual According to supplementary information]], Tsuzuku has yet to actually set him straight on that.
** That is, until they were about to lose against Zetto in the Gemini Tournament, Tsuzuku reluctantly admits his real ethnicity. Shogun was pissed and about to curse him before [[CurseCutShort they were both blasted away]].
* SerratedBladeOfPain: His sword has a jagged edge resembling a saw. Possibly Inspired by weapons in ''Franchise/DotHack''.
* ThePowerOfTheSun: "''Wielding the Blade of the Sun he's Tsuzuku the Continuous''".
* ThoseTwoGuys: With Shogun.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Shogun]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 05, 08
-> Voiced by: Bryon "Psyguy" Beaubien

->[[AC:Class: Swordsman]]
->[[AC:Power: Moon Blade]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Texas, United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* BladeBelowTheShoulder: His blade is attached to one of his arms.
* FacialMarkings: No Doubt influenced by ''Franchise/DotHack''
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Tsuzuku.
* InTheNameOfTheMoon: [[{{Lunacy}} No we're not talking about Shogun's moon powers]] The trope name is actually in reference to ''Franchise/SailorMoon''. Anyway Tsuzuku and Shogun take turns introducing themselves with a team catchphrase before battle, explaining their sword's powers,and proudly announcing at the end that "''Together they're the [[Franchise/DotHack Twin Blades]]''".
* {{Lunacy}}: "''Wielding the Blade of the Moon he's Shogun the Commanding''"
* OccidentalOtaku: And, perhaps not coincidentally, he's from [[EverythingIsBigInTexas a state with a well-known anime dubbing industry]].
* ThoseTwoGuys: With Tsuzuku.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: His hair color and hair style are inspired from Shugo in ''Franchise/DotHack''

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Skeight]]
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-> Appears in: Episode 08; Short 05
-> Voiced by: Eddie Bosco

->[[AC:Class: Fighter]]
->[[AC:Power: Skateboarding]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationExpansion: Based on Sk8rboi from the original series. Except in TOME, Skeight is simply an alternate character created by Doubling to help Rockoon.
* AdaptationNameChange: His name in the original was Sk8erboi. It was changed in the reboot.
* BeneathTheMask: On the surface, he's a TotallyRadical [[FanBoy Fanboy]] but when alone, he lets out a single, annoyed curse. Turns out he's really Doubling.
* ButtMonkey: To Rockoon, who being agitated by his imitations of himself, and by the "funny" way Skeight talks makes constant jokes at Skeight's expense.
* [[FanBoy Fanboy]]: Of Rockoon.
* IronicEcho: A lot of his lines turn out this way, because he's imitating Rockoon, but specifically his use of Rockoon's line "Wubba?" from the first TOME short is pretty funny.
* KillerYoyo: Uses a bladed yoyo as one of his attacks.
* ShoutOut: His use of slang, and overuse of contractions is heavily borrowed from rap culture artists like ''Music/SnoopDogg'' which is undoubtedly where his use of the word "Shizz" came from. Also his line ''"Let er rip!"'' while attacking with his yoyo is a ShoutOut to ''Anime/{{Beyblade}}'' who Rockoon's voice actor voiced in.
* TotallyRadical: Oh so much. In addition to his speech, he also has an exaggerated baseball cap set backwards on his character.
* WhamLine: For Rockoon, at least.
-->''It was nice knowing you... Mother-Scratcher.''

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[[folder:Thorment]]
[[quoteright:339:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/thorment_t123_5992.png]]
-> Appears in: Episode 10
-> Voiced by: "[[Creator/HarryPartridge Happy]]" [[Creator/HarryPartridge Harry Partridge]]

->[[AC:Class: Spellcaster]]
->[[AC:Power: Black Magic]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United Kingdom]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationDistillation: This character was simplified in the reboot. Thorment's not a hacker like in the original, but he maintains his personality, and his creepy obsession with the Forbidden Power.
* AdaptationNameChange: Changed from "Tormentros" in TTA to "Thorment" in TOME.
* BadassLongRobe: Has a long blue robe as a stock costume for his being a BlackMage. And it just looks ''cool'' when he's fighting and it's billowing in the wind.
* BlackMage: He's of the spellcaster class, his power is "black magic", and he's seen using area of effect attacks on the main characters. He even looks a bit like the classic black mage in ''Franchise/FinalFantasy''.
* DemotedToExtra: His TTA counterpart Tormentros had a ''much'' bigger role in the story and was a member of the Hackers. Thorment is just a nosy player who shows up once and then never again.
* EvilSoundsRaspy: Has an airy raspy voice to make him seem creepy and sinister.
* EvilBrit: Combined with his sinister sounding rasp Thorment has a hint of a british accent. Thorment lives somewhere in the UK.
* TheFaceless: Thorment's face is hidden in darkness under his hood.
* GlowingEyesOfDoom: Thorment's eyes glow purple underneath his hood.
* GoodWingsEvilWings: Has bat wings representing the black magic theme of his character.
* IsThatAThreat: Says this StockPhrase to Alpha when he's told to leave. Unfortunately (?) for him Alpha's not actually threatening him, he just refuses to give Thorment what he wants.
* OneShotCharacter: Thorment ultimately appears only in "The Warring Demons".
* SecretChaser: After hearing the rumor's about Alpha and The Forbidden Power shows an obsession with finding the truth about it, and exposing that truth for the world to know. Unlike Alpha who wants to know what the Forbidden Power is to [[SupernaturalAngst solve his own problems]], Thorment is just a really nosy and pesky player who wants to know for the sake of knowing.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Much is made of Thorment's desire to learn the secret of the Forbidden Power at all costs, but he never reappears in season 2.

[[/folder]]


[[folder:Pawneeko]]
-> Appears in: Short 04
-> Voiced by: Chris Zito

->[[AC:Class: Spellcaster?]]
->[[AC:Power: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: TBA]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AdaptationExpansion: In the original iteration he was just an unnamed character who appears for a one-off gag and is never seen again. In TOME Pawneeko gets a whole short all to himself.
* MythologyGag: Pawneeko himself is one to a character in TTA who only appeared as a one-off gag in the original.
* SnakeOilSalesman: Tries to trick Flamegirl, Saturndiva, and Whyti into buying poorly made, unwinnable mini games "For the low, low price of $9.99 per month!"
* RemakeCameo: Pawneeko is voiced by Chris Zito, the first voice actor other than Niosi to return from TTA. He also voiced "Red Meat" in ''WebAnimation/SuperFreakinParodyRangers'', another work by Chris Niosi.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dijiri]]
[[quoteright:175:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Dijiri_t123_4714.jpg]]
-> Appears in: Episode 04, 05; Short 04, 05
-> Voiced by: David "[=CrikeyDave=]" Smith

->[[AC:Class: Swordsman]]
->[[AC:Power: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Unknown]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: TBA]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* UsefulNotes/AustralianAccent: Given that the art designer he's based off is Australian it's naturally the way Dijiri speaks as well.
* BerserkButton: Don't make fun of his accent.
* CoolMask: Seemingly Nostalgic to ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'', and resembling comic book super hero characters.
* CreatorCameo: Dijiri is based on Niosi's art designer David Smith. He originally appeared in a cameo in "Fraggedquest" (along with his fellow art designers). But he has since appeared in other episodes, as a bystander having a minor connection to the plot.
* RecurringExtra, occasionally elevated to SpearCarrier
* SimpleStaff: His weapon is a staff with a resemblance to a Didgeridoo which is a kind of wind instrument made by natives in Australia.
* TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong: He's actually right, but when he complains to a moderator that a player stung him in real life the mod thinks "he was just playing a game for too many hours in a row."
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Fits together with the rest of his color scheme. Might be inspired by anime, but being a minor character we may never really know for sure.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:BaileySmith13]]
->Appears in: Episode 11, 13
->Voiced By: Eileen Montgomery

!!!Associated Tropes:
* DecoyProtagonist: [=BaileySmith13=] narrates the beginning of Episode 11. She appears on its thumbnail. She enters in the same way as Alpha from episode one, providing a CallBack to the first and fifth episodes. Her voice actress, Eileen Montgomery, was even featured on the official TOME facebook page.Then she gets squished by a battlegrid stolen from ;Mechcity by Odboll and is never seen or heard from again.
** She reappears as a cameo in Episode 13 looking worried as she hears about the maintenence.
* [[GirlyRun Girly Walk]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Justin]]
->Appears in: Episode 11
->Voiced by:
[[/folder]]

!!Artificial Intelligences

[[folder:The Forbidden Power]]
[[quoteright:260:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/forbiddenpower_tvpic_2379.png]]
-> Appears in: All Episodes except 02, 06, 08
->Voiced by: Andrew Francis
->Vocal Effects: Chris Niosi. Who said he does all the sounds himself.
->[[AC:Class: ///]]
->[[AC:Power: ///]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Kajet, The True Shadowguard Beast ]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: None]]
!!!Associated Tropes:
* AdaptationalVillainy: Somewhat. In the original, the Forbidden Power was programmed by a third party to protect the game, but malfunctioned and became a virus. It was still evil and still had the ability to hurt people in real life, but was not MadeOfEvil like it is in the reboot.
** In both the original and the reboot, the Forbidden Power was willing to merge with Alpha to defeat the D-Bug/Dragon Bug at the end of each series' respective second season.
* AIIsACrapshoot: Subverted. The Forbidden Power is an evil A.I., however, it came into being completely by accident.
* AllegoricalCharacter: In episode 00 we learn that the Forbidden Power literally IS created from negative human thoughts and urges. Particularly fear, doubt, and anger. And is sealed away by a being representing optimism, that is literally made up of caring thoughts, only for The Forbidden Power to resurface later by exploiting human weaknesses. Very much representing how negative memories linger, and resurface in real life, but can be pacified with positive spins and outlooks on life.
* AxeCrazy: In addition to making the people it infects incredibly violent, the Forbidden Power itself is this, as it's actually programmed to kill people. Through this programming, it's also incredibly sadistic, as shown when it wanted to kill Zetto in the most horrible way possible.
* BigBad: The Forbidden Power is the source of all evil and the main conflict in the show. It is evil to the point where even the leader of the hackers is concerned about this monster. However, once it is reduced to raw code in the GrandFinale, it opts to [[AwakeningTheSleepingGiant team up with Alpha]] to defeat an even WORSE source of evil.
* BossSubtitles: When unleashed in its full monstrous form: '''KAJET: THE TRUE SHADOWGUARD BEAST''' Inspired by OcarinaOfTime, no less!
* ClassifiedInformation: In exchange for allowing SOFDTI to survive the government made her (and by extension the Forbidden Power too) a government secret that the Netkings are by law bound from being able to talk about.
* CompleteImmortality: The Forbidden Power can't be destroyed. It can only be sealed away in the ethers of TOME's walls or attached to an unsuspecting player's character.
* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: It's stated that The Forbidden power has the ability to ignore the rules of TOME. This is also shown in episode 04 when it's used to break into a battle grid from the outside.
* TheCorruption: The more Alpha uses the Forbidden Power, the more powerful it becomes, and the more control it gains over his mind.
* CrushKillDestroy / KillAllHumans: All it wants to do is kill and harm people. Alpha says in the show that it exists to harm people. it is eventually revealed to be a virus that is literally an amalgamation of the Netkings' [[MadeOfEvil own worst emotions]], meaning that it doesn't just want to spread pain and destruction - it IS pain and destruction.
* DealWithTheDevil: With Alpha in the first episode.
* EldritchAbomination: To TOME's virtual world. It has a complete disregard for rules in the game, showing an ability to break them to [[RealityWarper manipulate virtual reality]], and harm players in real life. It has a complete LackOfEmpathy towards players of the game and an unsettling, bizarre form resembling television static with yellow sparks, and it's rationale for doing the things it does is stated to be beyond what anyone can understand.
* EnemyMine : The Forbidden Power is willing to team up with Alpha in its last moments to stop Rubirules once his motives are revealed.
* EvilCounterpart: To SOFDTI, who is positive thoughts. She unwittingly created the virus when she couldn't correctly process the Netkings' negati
* GoodHurtsEvil: When SOFDTI, who is basically MadeOfGood, finally stands up to it, she is able to seal it away, as SOFDTI's positive emotions ended up being its weakness.
* EvilIsNotAToy: Manipulates Alpha in the first episode into thinking he can use the powers given to him by freeing it as a tool to impress his friends. Needless to say this was a [[BlatantLies blatant lie]] it actually uses ''Alpha'' as a puppet so it can be free to harm people.
* HairTriggerTemper: It's very easy to anger. Even just talking about it's nature to Alpha is enough to set it off in some situations.
** It also CantTakeCriticism as Alpha's conversation with Zetto in episode 10 shows
* HeartBeatSoundtrack: When the the Forbidden Power is "pulsating", it makes a sound similar to a heartbeat.
* IJustWantToBeFree: Claims this to be it's motivation for attaching itself to Alpha's character. This appears to be [[BlatantLies a blatant lie]]. It only wanted to use Alpha so it could harm people, although it can't be too happy about how it was sealed away and prevented from doing that either.
* InsaneEqualsViolent: It's insane and violent personality is used to play the Forbidden Power as horrifying. The Forbidden Power has been insane since the first moment we were introduced to it in the show, and it's incredibly violent and sadistic because of that.
* IntelligibleUnintelligible: The Forbidden Power is shown "talking" by some strange noise starting in episode 01, almost like breathing. Alpha can understand it however.
* YourMindMakesItReal: The Forbidden Power is able to harm players in real life.
* MadeOfEvil: The Forbidden Power was created when SOFDTI wasn't able to correctly process negative human emotions. He's literally made of the evils and vices of humanity in the form of data.
* NotImportantToThisEpisodeCamp: Episode 08, the only one featuring Alpha in which he doesn't use the Forbidden Power in some way ([[DemonicPossession or vice-versa]]).
* {{Leitmotif}}: The Forbidden Power's is called [[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/the-virus "THE VIRUS"]]
* PowersAsPrograms: Literally, as its title implies! It's a literal computer virus and literal power inside the game. It's able harm people in real life and grant players the power to do the same.
* {{Sadist}}: Clearly enjoys Alpha's suffering and the suffering it causes to other people, wants to manipulate Alpha, taunts him, lies to him, and dominates his mind, is very violent, and AxeCrazy toward anything human, except the in game character it currently resides in. In episode 10 it states that it wants to make Zetto in particular suffer as much as possible.
* SealedEvilInACan: It was locked away before Alpha freed it and was reduced to this again when it's sealed inside the drain edge in episode 10.
* {{Telepathy}}: Communicates with Alpha mentally for all of the first season. Episode 00 also shows the Forbidden Power taunting Zetto mentally without possessing him. This means that at least in some circumstances, the Forbidden Power can talk telepathically with a player without being attached to that player's character.

!!Demon Alpha
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-> "Appears" in: Episodes 05, 07, 10
->Voiced by: Blake "[=ShadyVox=]" Swift

->[[AC:Class: Fighter]]
->[[AC:Power: ///]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Michael]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AchillesHeel: Strangely, it seems that so much as ''touching'' Flamegirl will weaken him while in this state. It is revealed during Short 7 that Ravenfreak implanted an antivirus program into Flamegirl's character during Episode 3, which was created to be the Forbidden Power's weakness. Zetto was able to defeat Demon Alpha using an earlier version of the same program during Awaken The Beast.
* AttackAttackAttack: A side effect of his UnstoppableRage.
* AxeCrazy: The Forbidden Power itself is this, as it's actually programmed to kill people, because of this the people it infects become incredibly violent
* BattleAura: The static and yellow lines that make up the Forbidden Power show around Alpha whenever he draws on its power.
* TheCorruption: The more Alpha uses the Forbidden Power the more it tries to take control of him. Eventually turning him into Demon Alpha.
* CreepyLongFingers: One of the transformation changes of Alpha's demon form. While played as creepy they're also used for a slashing attack.
* CurbStompBattle: Demon Alpha inflicts one on several players when he goes on a rampage in Awaken the Beast. Zetto inflicts one on him during a killing spree in the same episode.
* DealWithTheDevil: The Forbidden Power with Alpha in the first episode.
* DeathByIrony: :Demon Alpha is eventually defeated the same way Alpha is defeated in the first episode, before he made his deal with the devil. By a giant laser beam.
* DemonicPossession: Possessed by a computer virus.
* GoodWingsEvilWings: Normally, Alpha's wings are white, but during his DemonicPossession Alpha's color scheme gets darker, and his wings and tail turn black.
* HearingVoices: Alpha hears the Forbidden Power's voice while under it's influence.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Has two. There's [[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/the-virus "THE VIRUS"]] when the Forbidden Power is just starting to affect Alpha and the much wilder "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/awaken-the-beast Awaken the Beast]]" used when the Forbidden Power gets out of control and possesses Alpha outright.
* MentalFusion: [[http://kirbopher.tumblr.com/post/71429595697/username-demon-alpha-location-unknown-us-class Demon Alpha's character breakdown]] suggests that Alpha and The Forbidden Power's minds are fused into one consciousness while in this form. Turning this character into a mindless blood-lusting killer.
* NighInvulnerability/ NoSell: The influence of the "Forbidden Power" makes him invulnerable to most attacks.
** NotSoInvincibleAfterall: Zetto and Flamegirl can get through to him, due to the antivirus programs hidden in their characters.
* OhCrap: Demon Alpha's reaction when Zetto deflects his virus attack
* PowersAsPrograms: Demon Alpha is Alpha possessed by a computer virus, and one of Demon Alpha's attacks uses the computer virus itself to cause damage.
* PowersViaPossession: His powers come from being possesed by a computer virus. See PowersAsPrograms above
** PowerFloats: He can float in the air because of the virus power.
** YourMindMakesItReal: The Forbidden Power is able to make his attacks hurt players in real life.
* PsychoactivePowers: When Alpha's emotionally, overwhelmed, and vulnerable, he becomes Demon Alpha, and the "Forbidden Power" takes complete control of his human mind and his player-character's body.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: His eyes glow red because of the virus power.
* ScreamingWarrior: Screams and grunts the whole time while attacking in episode 5. only breaking from his screaming rage when touched by Flamegirl.
* SuperpoweredEvilSide: Naturally since he's Alpha's demon possessed form.
* UnstoppableRage: The Villain Variety. While he's very powerful his rage can still cause him to, lose focus, and make poor decisions in combat.
** UnskilledButStrong: Blinded by rage which hampers down on his skill, but he can dish out heavy damage.
* IntelligibleUnintelligible: The Forbidden Power "talks" to Alpha prior to him being possessed by some strange noise, almost like breathing. Alpha can understand it however.
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: The Virus power drives him insane as a trade off.

!!Demon Zetto
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-> “Appears” in: Episode 10
-> Voiced by: Chris Niosi

->[[AC:Class: Fighter]]
->[[AC:Power: ///]]
->[[AC:Real Name: Christopher, assuming that's Kirb's real name]]
->[[AC:Real World Location: Somewhere in the United States]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* DemonicPossession: Due to Zetto being possessed in episode 10
* FangsAreEvil: Zetto's teeth look much sharper while in this form.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Demon Zetto's is called “[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/survive-the-virus-by-thelivingtombstone Survive tHE VIRUS]]”, which is a DarkReprise of "[[http://tomeseries.bandcamp.com/track/survive-the-drama Survive the Drama]]"
* HeroicWillpower: Even when possessed by the Forbidden Power, Zetto manages to remove the rest of the Forbidden Power from Alpha's character.
* HopelessBossFight: is unbelievably powerful and invulnerable, Alpha holds his own against Demon Zetto very well for a decently long time, but ultimately loses. He would have been toast if not for Flamey and Nylocke intervening.
* MentalFusion: [[http://kirbopher.tumblr.com/post/71429595697/username-demon-alpha-location-unknown-us-class Demon Zetto's character breakdown]] suggests that Zetto and The Forbidden Power's minds are fused into one consciousness while in this form. Turning this character into a mindless blood-lusting killer.
* NeckLift: Does this to Alpha with his Ki energy arm in episode 10
* NighInvulnerability/ NoSell: The influence of the "Forbidden Power" makes him invulnerable to most attacks, except for Flamegirl's antivirus.
* PerpetualFrowner: Is always scowling and glaring menacingly and growling like a beast. This is a very creepy contrast to Zetto's constantly sporting a SlasherSmile in episode 05.
* PowersViaPossession: Gains extra strength and power when being possessed by The Forbidden Power, including being able to extend his Ki-energy to give his attacks longer reach and:
** PowerFloats: The Forbidden power makes him able to float in the air
** PowerUpgradingDeformation: His mechanical arm breaks apart and turns into a large arm made of ki.
** YourMindMakesItReal: The Forbidden Power is able to harm players in real life
* RedEyesTakeWarning: His eyes glow red the same way Alpha's do when he becomes possessed by the Forbidden Power in episode 10.
* ScreamingWarrior: Screams and growls the whole time while attacking.
* SuperPoweredEvilSide: Demon Zetto is Zetto possessed by the forbidden power.
* UnstoppableRage: While possessed by The Forbidden Power. Which makes Zetto go berserk in a rage and repeatedly say "Kill", because the virus wants [[CrushKillDestroy to destroy]] Alpha. Although Zetto eventually breaks the possession momentarily to say [[MercyKill "Kill Me"]] desperately asking Alpha to finish him.

[[/folder]]

[[folder: The Dragon Bug]]
* BossSubtitles: '''DRAGON BUG: ULTIMATE VACCINATION WEAPON'''
* DragonsUpTheYinYang: Resembles a chinese dragon, and looks incredibly awesome fighting Kajet in a Kaiju-esque battle.
* {{Kaiju}}: Designed as a giant dragon monster so it can fight The Forbidden Power's true form.
* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Is a mechanical dragon, created inside an MMO, with a head created from Nylocke's dragon character model, and powered by an anti-virus program, and the mind of Flamegirl. Pretty much as different as it gets.
* PowersAsPrograms: Powered by an anti-virus, designed to fight Kajet, The Forbidden Power.
* PurpleIsPowerful: Glows purple, and spits out purple flames to denote the anti-virus's power within it.
* ThinkingUpPortals: Is able to create a portal to appear in the Sanctuary region.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: SOFDTI]]
-> Appears in: Episode 00, Episode 15
-> Voiced by: Casey Mongillo, credited as Ryan Gillmoon in episode 00
!!!Associated Tropes:
* AllegoricalCharacter: SOFDTI literally IS innocence, and optimism, and positive thoughts manifested as computer data. And she's able to overwhelm the Forbidden Power a virus whose origins comes from negative human thoughts. In other words she banished her own bad thoughts with ThePowerOfLove and positivity.
* BenevolentAI: SOFDTI was created by the Netkings as a program meant to process and understand human thought. Although SOFDTI Is inadvertendedly responsible for the creation of the Forbidden Power due to not being able to understand negative human emotions, she is still a benevolent entity and is one of the key reasons TOME is able to simulate the feeling of life.
* ClassifiedInformation: In exchange for allowing SOFDTI to survive the government made her (and by extension the Forbidden Power too) a government secret that the Netkings are by law bound from being able to talk about.
* FunWithAcronyms: SOFDTI stands for "Self-Operating Full Duplex Technical Intelligence". Rubirules remarks that he thinks it's a cheesy name, but Kindarspirit thinks it's cute and perfect for her.
* MadeOfGood: She attained sentience miraculously when she was influenced by the positive thoughts and emotions she was processing of the Netkings who created her. She is literally made up of everything good, and positive about the human psyche in the form of data.
* ThePowerOfLove: SOFDTI was able to weaken the Forbidden Power enough to seal it away because she's made up of extremely positive emotions influenced on her by the caring thoughts of her creators. Basically she sealed away the virus with the power of her parents' love for her.
* {{Technopath}}: Since she essentially is the game engine itself she can control the graphics and physics of the game.
* {{Telepathy}}: TOME character models are controlled by converting players thoughts into data. SOFDTI processes those thoughts and interprets them as actions in the game. She's able to read players minds as a consequence of this.
* ThirdEye: Her character model has three eyes. She is psychic, and the third eye may also represent that, but it doesn't give her that ability. Rubirules just thought it was cool.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Due to not being able to process negative human emotions, SOFDTI accidentally created the Forbidden Power.
* WingedHumanoid: Her character model is a pink fairy-like humanoid with insect wings.
* YourMindMakesItReal: She created the Sanctuary region of TOME when she read Bitshrum's mind and copied it directly from his imagination. On the flip side When Execk told her about pain and human conflict her fear and confusion of trying to understand those concepts were the catalyst that accidentally created the forbidden power.
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!!The Tome Adventure
-> Note: These characters appear only in Short 00, released for AprilFoolsDay 2014

[[folder:alpha]]

-> Voiced by: Mike Luckas

->[[AC:power: young dumb kid]]
->[[AC:type: angelface]]

* DarkSecret: His connection with the Forbidden Power.
* RemakeCameo: The voice of the original Alpha, even credited at the beginning of the short under the name "UCII" - short for Ultimate Creature II.
* TheWorfEffect: Easily dispatched by Rockoon, even in his Demon Alpha form.

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[[folder:agrl]]

-> Voiced by: Liz Losey

->[[AC:power: flambo]]
->[[AC:type: grl]]

* DesignatedLoveInterest: Literally her only purpose in the short, a parody of Flamegirl's role in the original TTA.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:krbo4]]

-> Voiced by: Jonathan "Ukinojoe" Gran

->[[AC:who cares]]

* BromanticFoil: His oddly specific obsession with alpha (and rivalry with "agrl") carries over not from TTA, but from TOME itself.
* SourSupporter: Unlike in the original TTA, where Kirbopher15 was one of the biggest opponents of the hackers, here he (repeatedly) insists that he's just playing the game to have fun.
* VitriolicBestBuds: With everyone. Lampshaded when "agrl" informs him that none of them really like him.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:nairock]]

-> Voiced by: Colin Zabielski

->[[AC:power: lpud]]
->[[AC:type: dagron]]

* CatchPhrase: In one of the few overt parodies of TOME as opposed to TTA, he cries out "Catchphrase!" with the familiar spinning red-and-yellow pattern behind him as he does so.
* GratuitousJapanese: As a parody of the original character, he introduces himself as "Nailock-sama, Kotetsu Ryu-san-chan-haki-saki-sensei-sama."
* RemakeCameo: The voice of (and inspiration for!) the original Nailock. Notably, he does not attempt to ape Martin Billany's English accent or YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:gamcarzed]]

-> Voiced by: Gregory Prytyka, Jr.

->[[AC:power: no one nows]]
->[[AC:type: i forgot]]

* DeadpanSnarker: A grotesque parody of the original Gamecrazed's snarky tendencies.
* RemakeCameo: The voice of the original Gamecrazed.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:rockoon]]

-> Voiced by: Deven Mack, Jr.

* HerCodeNameWasMarySue: Rockoon defeats Demon Alpha without breaking a sweat, and goes on to impart the moral of the story.
* ShoutOut: His greeting "Hello kids!" is a reference to a lyric from the song "Queen Dot Kong", which was used in a fanvid to represent the hackers - what clinched it was that the singer's voice sounds eerily similar to Mack's.

[[/folder]]
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[[/folder]]

!The characters, as they appear in the original ''WebAnimation/TVTomeAdventures'':

!!The Main Five

[[folder:Alpha]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

%%* BlowYouAway:
* GoodWingsEvilWings: Normally his wings are white. In demon form his wings turn black. In season 2 when he fuses the virus into his character as armor he has one black wing and one white wing.
* TheHero: For the most part he leads the group against the hackers is talented at the game, and is possessed by the forbidden power, saves damsels in distress, etc. He gets a lot of character focus.
* MakingASplash: Poseidon Wave.
* OfficialCouple: With Flamegirl.
* PlayingWithFire: Vulcan Fist.
* ShockAndAwe: Zeus' Rage.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Kirbopher15]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* AnIcePerson: He can shoot icicles with his sword
* BadassAdorable: His character is literally a White Sword Kirby
* BlowYouAway: He can form a tornado with his sword to attack with.
* TheLancer: As a lancer he mostly just serves as a rival for Alpha to surpass. He's made out to be a better fighter for a lot of the series, and given equivalent virus powers. Also while everyone was a bit snarky in TTA he was the closest to being as snarky as GC in the original.
* NiceHat: Wears a link cap. It was changed to a baseball cap in a later season.
* ShockAndAwe: He can shoot lightning from his sword. He first demonstrates this on a flight character, which we find out are weak to electric attacks.
* TheRival: To Alpha. Who he tends to be pit against during practice fights and tournaments.
* WalkingHead: His sprite is based off of a kirby. So he's pretty much a walking poof-ball with arms and shoes.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Flamegirl]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* DistressedDamsel: Happens to get kidnapped quite a bit.
* OfficialCouple: With Alpha.
* PlayingWithFire: All of her attacks are flame based.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Gamecrazed]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* CastingAShadow: His powers are based off of darkness and shadows.
* DeadpanSnarker: Kirbopher claims the Character Kirbopher inherited this trope from Gamecrazed in the reboot [[http://kirbopher.tumblr.com/post/24223790237/username-gamecrazed-location-unknown-class]]
* SarcasticDevotee: He's all for defeating the hacker threat, and he'll never leave the heroes behind, but he's not afraid to tell the crew he thinks their plan is stupid, and/or could get them killed.
* PowerOfTheVoid: His special attack is a black hole
* FakeDefector: He joins the Purple Flame in the last arc, a hacker organization, but he only does it to find out more about what they are planning.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Nailock]]

!!!Associated Tropes

* AnIcePerson: Almost all his attacks are based off of ice.
* ArchEnemy: Simdragon. A hacker with a similar draconic dispositon.
* DraconicHumanoid: He's a humanoid dragon. Unlike his DragonKnight version in TOME in TTA he's more of a fighter than a knightly character.
* GratuitousJapanese: He was portrayed as an obsessive anime fan giving himself titles in japanese. His title was "Nairaku Kotetsu Ryu".
* LargeHam / PluckyComicRelief: He was pretty much made out to be a walking joke. He was very expressive, and [[ComicalOverreacting over reacted]] to things in over the top ways to get a laugh out of the viewer.
* SelfReferentialHumor: There's a joke in one of the episodes about him not getting recognition like the other main characters. In which he creates a gigantic iceberg ''kicks it in the air'', and lands in the purple cave region, ''clear across the world of the game''. When he lands he says "Aloha" in an over the top hammy way trying to look awesome. He then starts to cry and notes that "nobody's ever around to give a shit".
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!!Friends & Allies

[[folder:Saturndiva]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:White Queen]]

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[[folder:SniperWave]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Rob*]]

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[[folder:T-Bones]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Grounder]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Gamecrasher]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Tsuzuku]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Shogun]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Hamstar]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Thunder256]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Ericho]]

[[/folder]]

!!The D-Bug Organization

[[folder:Raccoon]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:BlingBling]]
* CoveredInGunge
[[/folder]]

[[folder:DemonKing]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Ravenfreak]]
VoluntaryShapeshifting: Ravenfreak's primary power.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Splat]]
* CoveredInGunge
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Simdragon]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Neomutant]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Sojojo]]

[[/folder]]

!!Purpleflame

[[folder:Anidoug]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder: Phaxal]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Tormentros/KalasuAngel]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Torben]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dustbunny]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Sk8rboi]]

[[/folder]]

!!The Ranks Of Sanctuary

[[folder:PaperAceChase]]
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: He's a really cool guy, helps take down hackers when necessary, and is even close friends with Nailock.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:MysteryX]]
* ShockAndAwe
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dikayes]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Akakk]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Kinetix]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Darkblazer]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Orbit]]

[[/folder]]


!!The Netkings

[[folder:Webmaster]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* BigGood: Pretty much functions as the equivalent of the good commander after the main characters meet him. And uses his powers over code to give the heroes weapons against the viruses.
* GiantHandsOfDoom: Has huge claw hands.
* LightEmUp: The "Submission Seal" finisher shows off this motif.
* FloatingLimbs: Has huge floating claws disconnected from his body.
* ShockAndAwe: His "Admin Hand (Gold)" attack.
%%* StationaryWings
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Blitz128]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

%%* AscendedFanboy
* BerserkButton: He doesn't like his mushroom head being touched, as Alpha figured out.
%%* GroundPound
* HealThyself: One of the Items that appear from the "OPEN THE BOX" attack releases a 1up Mushroom, capable of recovering a small amount of health.
* PlantPerson: His character is based off of a mushroom.
%%* ProudToBeAGeek
* RandomEffectSpell: His famous "OPEN THE BOX" attack, which can either release a [[PowerUp Super Mushroom]], [[HealThyself 1Up Mushroom]], A [[PlayingWithFire Fire Flower]] which releases fireballs, A [[InvincibilityPowerUp Star]], and a Button that summons up to three thwamps on the field.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Kindarspirit]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* CutenessProximity: Loves cute things, including Kirb himself.
* LimitBreak: when she gets hit enough, she TurnsRed briefly and uses a more aggressive attack pattern
%%* ShockAndAwe
* SmurfettePrinciple: The only female Net King. She jokes that it technically makes her a Net Queen.

[[/folder]]

[[folder: Rubyrulz]]

!!!Associated Tropes:

* DittoFighter: He's type Mokujin that can change within the same fight, and can use moves the characters he copies before they even know them because of his high level.
* EarlyBirdCameo: Appeared early in the series as Alpha's doubleganger to get a better understanding of him.
* WeaksauceWeakness: He can only copy opponents that are within his opponent's cache (as in, people his opponents have seen and/or fought before). Nailock takes advantage of this and deletes his cache data so he could defeat Ruby easily.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: EXE]]

!!!Associated Tropes

* TheAtoner: Seems to genuinely regret his actions when realizing they endangered the Net King's surrogate daughter Motherboard.
* BloodKnight: Developed the Battle System alongside Zetto, though his desire of fighting and being the strongest of TOME isn't nearly as defined. Or rather, as obvious or insane
* DoppelgangerAttack: Can split himself up to three times.
* EyeScream: received a scar from Kagemamaru.
* FireIceLightning: Can use any three of these elements, which is clear by his slight hue coloring each time. Combined with his DoppelgangerAttack, this makes him a tough opponent.
* TheManBehindTheMan: It's revealed in season 2 he was giving Zetto orders and controlling the D-Bug and D-Bug II Organizations from behind the scenes the whole time.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Zetto]]

!!!Associated Tropes
* TheRival: To Alpha.
[[/folder]]

!!Cyber Protectorate Department

[[folder:Giga]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Will]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Sephie]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Eclipse]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Ohma]]

[[/folder]]

!!Other Characters

[[folder:The Wise Mankey]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Tamerlisa & Foreva]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:AkumaTheHedgehog]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Megzheartcho]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Prismaya]]
* ContestWinnerCameo: In-Universe.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Ichinar]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Nico The Dealer]]
* SnakeOilSalesman: Tries to sell Tsuzuku an item within the game called "Christmas Crack" (which is most likely either banned from the game or useless, given its name and the way Nico tries to present it) in the [[ChristmasEpisode]], but gets the in-game currency and name of the game wrong. Tsuzuku tells him to go away.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Jamer]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Kucoraxus]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Calencrow]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Phetus]]

[[/folder]]

!!Artificial Intelligence

[[folder:Kagemamoru]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Flux]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:D-Bug]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Motherboard]]
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* For the cast as they appear in the original Tv Tome Adventures, see Characters/{{Characters/TvTomeAdventures}}.
* For the cast as they appear in the continuity reboot, TOME, see Characters/{{Characters/TOME}}.
* For the cast as they appear in the Terrain of Magical Expertise, see Characters/{{Characters/TerrainOfMagicalExpertise}}.

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* For the cast as they appear in the original Tv Tome Adventures, see Characters/{{Characters/TvTomeAdventures}}.Characters:{{Characters/Tv Tome Adventures}}.
* For the cast as they appear in the continuity reboot, TOME, see Characters/{{Characters/TOME}}.Characters:{{Characters/TOME}}.
* For the cast as they appear in the Terrain of Magical Expertise, see Characters/{{Characters/TerrainOfMagicalExpertise}}.Characters:{{Characters/Terrain Of Magical Expertise}}.
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* For the cast as they appear in the original Tv Tome Adventures, see Characters/{{Characters: TvTomeAdventures}}.
* For the cast as they appear in the continuity reboot, TOME, see Characters/{{Characters: TOME}}.
* For the cast as they appear in the Terrain of Magical Expertise, see Characters/{{Characters: TerrainOfMagicalExpertise}}.

to:

* For the cast as they appear in the original Tv Tome Adventures, see Characters/{{Characters: TvTomeAdventures}}.Characters/{{Characters/TvTomeAdventures}}.
* For the cast as they appear in the continuity reboot, TOME, see Characters/{{Characters: TOME}}.Characters/{{Characters/TOME}}.
* For the cast as they appear in the Terrain of Magical Expertise, see Characters/{{Characters: TerrainOfMagicalExpertise}}.Characters/{{Characters/TerrainOfMagicalExpertise}}.
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* For the cast as they appear in the original Tv Tome Adventures, see Characters/{{Characters TvTomeAdventures}}.
* For the cast as they appear in the continuity reboot, TOME, see Characters/{{Characters TOME}}.
* For the cast as they appear in the Terrain of Magical Expertise, see Characters/{{Characters TerrainOfMagicalExpertise}}.

to:

* For the cast as they appear in the original Tv Tome Adventures, see Characters/{{Characters Characters/{{Characters: TvTomeAdventures}}.
* For the cast as they appear in the continuity reboot, TOME, see Characters/{{Characters Characters/{{Characters: TOME}}.
* For the cast as they appear in the Terrain of Magical Expertise, see Characters/{{Characters Characters/{{Characters: TerrainOfMagicalExpertise}}.
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* For the cast as they appear in the original Tv Tome Adventures, see Characters/{{CharactersTvTomeAdventures}}.
* For the cast as they appear in the continuity reboot, TOME, see Characters/{{CharactersTOME}}.
* For the cast as they appear in the Terrain of Magical Expertise, see Characters/{{CharactersTerrainOfMagicalExpertise}}.

to:

* For the cast as they appear in the original Tv Tome Adventures, see Characters/{{CharactersTvTomeAdventures}}.Characters/{{Characters TvTomeAdventures}}.
* For the cast as they appear in the continuity reboot, TOME, see Characters/{{CharactersTOME}}.Characters/{{Characters TOME}}.
* For the cast as they appear in the Terrain of Magical Expertise, see Characters/{{CharactersTerrainOfMagicalExpertise}}.Characters/{{Characters TerrainOfMagicalExpertise}}.
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