History Characters / TronUprising

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* CatchPhrase: Actually averted. His catch phrase has been previously established as "I fight for the Users!" Nevertheless, he has yet to say it on screen once in the series.

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* CatchPhrase: Actually averted. His catch phrase has been previously established as "I fight for the Users!" Nevertheless, he has yet to say it on screen once in the series. There may be good reason - check the [[Fridge/TronUprising Fridge page]].



* DeadpanSnarker: From time to time he'll showcase his dry wit.

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* DeadpanSnarker: From time to time he'll showcase his dry wit. [[note]] He got it from his creator. Alan Bradley can be a first-rate snarker given the opportunity. [[/note]]



* TheMentor: Since he himself is didsbled, he mentors Beck to become the new rebel leader.

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* TheMentor: Since he himself is didsbled, disabled, he mentors Beck to become the new rebel leader.



%%* CoolOldGuy

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%%* CoolOldGuy* CoolOldGuy: It's implied that he's as old as Tron, especially given his collection of old Encom-system stuff.



* MentorOccupationalHazard: Succumbs to this in "We Both Know How This Ends"

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* MentorOccupationalHazard: Succumbs to this in "We Both Know How This Ends""Terminal"
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%%* MentorOccupationalHazard

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%%* MentorOccupationalHazard* MentorOccupationalHazard: Succumbs to this in "We Both Know How This Ends"




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* ZerothLawRebellion: His directive is to keep the system operational and stable. He believed that the Isos were destabilizing the system and consuming resources without contributing a valid function. Therefore, to keep the system operational, the Isos had to be eliminated.



%%* FallenHero

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%%* FallenHero* FallenHero: He was heroic enough to rescue Tron from Dyson's torture chamber and for his words to [[spoiler: prevent Tron from falling completely to anger and revenge]], but somewhere along the way, he went a wee bit glitched.



* MirrorMonster: How he appeared while locked into his prison and g=dragged Beck inside.

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* MirrorMonster: How he appeared while locked into his prison and g=dragged dragged Beck inside.



%%* OmnicidalManiac

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%%* OmnicidalManiac* OmnicidalManiac: Yes, that electromagnetic pulse will destroy everyone and everything, him included. But he really doesn't care.



%%* AntiVillain

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%%* AntiVillain* AntiVillain: Type 4. She's involved with bad people, but not evil herself.



%%* HeelFaceTurn
%%* HeroicSacrifice

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%%* HeelFaceTurn
%%* HeroicSacrifice
* HeelFaceTurn: When she realizes she's being used by Kobol and that Tron (and Beck) need to survive if The Grid has a chance against Clu.
* HeroicSacrifice: She holds off a battalion of system guards to cover Tron and Beck's escape, de-rezzing in the process.
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!!Minor and One-Shot Villains

[[folder:Hopper]]

->Voiced by: Paul Scheer

%%* {{Guyliner}}
%%* {{Jerkass}}
* MuggingTheMonster: He tries to start a fight with Beck and gets taken down in seconds. Even if Beck weren't under the effects of an UpgradeArtifact at the time, it's a fight Hopper really had no chance of winning.
* TheQuisling: As a visual cue to go along with the obvious, his highlight color is red, contrasting with the dominant white.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Bartik.
* UngratefulBastard: Played for laughs. After being captured, mistaken for the Renegade, and almost killed along with Mara and Zed, they're rescued by the Renegade. Hopper is glad to be alive, then remembers that it's his job to capture the Renegade and tries to. Zed kicks him out of the getaway vehicle.
* VillainousFriendship: Despite bickering and blaming their failures on each other, Hopper stays behind to free Bartik from a piece of rubble as the building they're in collapses, later receiving help from Zed.

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!!Minor and One-Shot !!Other Major Villains

[[folder:Hopper]]

[[folder:C.L.U.]]
->Voiced by: Paul Scheer

Creator/FredTatasciore

Tesler's superior, an evil virtual copy of Kevin Flynn who currently rules the entire Grid.

* AdaptationalVillainy: His takeover was much more ambition-fueled in this series than in ''[[Film/TronLegacy Legacy]]''.
* BadassLongcoat: Usually seen wearing a long black greatcoat.
%%* {{Guyliner}}
%%* {{Jerkass}}
ContemplativeBoss
* MuggingTheMonster: He tries to start a fight with Beck and gets taken down in seconds. Even if Beck weren't under TheDreaded: ''Tesler'' is terrified of him. Considering [[YouHaveFailedMe the effects of an UpgradeArtifact "order" Dyson jokingly threatened him with]], for good reason.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
* TheFaceless: We see his face in the flashbacks, however in his present day he wears the CollapsibleHelmet he wore
at the time, it's a fight Hopper really had no chance beginning of winning.
* TheQuisling: As a visual cue to go along with
''Film/TronLegacy''. In "Scars, Part 2", we see him unmasked in the obvious, his highlight color is red, contrasting with present.
* GreaterScopeVillain: He rarely get's in on
the dominant white.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Bartik.
* UngratefulBastard: Played for laughs. After being captured, mistaken for the Renegade,
action himself, and almost killed along with Mara and Zed, they're rescued by the Renegade. Hopper is glad to be alive, then remembers that it's his job to capture takeover that is the Renegade and tries to. Zed kicks him out root of all the conflict of the getaway vehicle.
* VillainousFriendship: Despite bickering
series. He's the supreme Commander of the occupation, and blaming their failures on each other, Hopper stays behind to free Bartik from a piece of rubble as all the building they're in collapses, later receiving help from Zed.villains answer to him. The end of season one seemed to be ready to subvert this by having him come and deal with the Argon personally.
* TheStoic: Also a lot more unflappable than his movie counterpart.



[[folder:Bartik]]

->Voiced by: Donald Faison

* AscendedExtra: He appeared at the Bar in one scene in ''Film/TronLegacy'' [[spoiler: asking for Zeus's help with organizing the resistance, before getting Derrezzed by the Black Guard.]] Here, he's a recurring character.
* EvilIsPetty: Gets the staff of Able's garage arrested as prisoners of war to get back at them for Beck making a fool out of Hopper.
%%* {{Jerkass}}
* TheQuisling: Like Hopper, he has red highlights to mark this.
* SavedByCanon: He appears as a minor character in ''Film/TronLegacy'' (with a large scar on his face and apparently no longer fighting on Clu's side), ensuring that he will not die in the series.
* ScaryBlackMan: Downplayed; despite being something of a villain, he's more of a comic relief than anything.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Hopper.
* VillainousFriendship: With Hopper. When Hopper is accused of being the Renegade (and there actually seems to be proof), Bartik complains that if he knew he would have gotten the prize for turning him in first. Later, however, he's seen [[DrowningMySorrows drowning his sorrows]] and runs off crying when Paige asks what's wrong.

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[[folder:Bartik]]

[[folder:Dyson]]
[[quoteright:210:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Dyson_3639.jpg]]
->Voiced by: Donald Faison

* AscendedExtra: He appeared at
Creator/JohnGlover

Clu's highest-ranking officer, sent to spearhead
the Bar in one scene in ''Film/TronLegacy'' [[spoiler: asking for Zeus's help with organizing apprehension of the resistance, before getting Derrezzed by Renegade.

* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: The most powerful figure under CLU, and the only program other than Cyrus who seems to have any real chance of beating Tron one-on-one.
* BossInMookClothing: In style if nothing else. Dyson wears a custom version of
the Black Guard.]] Here, Guards' attire, a holdover from the days when he and the entire force operated as Tron's security team.
* BrokenPedestal: Mutually with Tron and Flynn.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: Seems to enjoy cultivating this image amongst the troops, if his odd behavior in Argon Plaza is any indication.
* ChairReveal: Dyson does this to Tesler, [[{{Troll}} with his own chair, no less.]]
* CharacterTics: Extremely fond of the ReverseArmFold.
%%* DeadpanSnarker
* TheDragon: Zigzagged. He's one to Clu, the GreaterScopeVillain, but he doesn't answer to Tesler, and
he's enough of a recurring character.
threat on his own.
* EvilIsPetty: Gets EstablishingCharacterMoment: His debut involves him cruising on his high-tech ship, smugly overriding the staff of Able's garage arrested as prisoners of war clearance directives at Argon's screening gate.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
* FaceHeelTurn: In his backstory.
* FacialHorror: That ''horrendous'' scar in his backstory. Later does the same
to get back at them for Beck making a fool Tron out of Hopper.
sheer spite.
* FantasticRacism: Against [=ISOs=] in flashbacks, particularly because they're just ''there'', not serving some kind of function like every other program on the Grid. It's also hard not to see some of his talk about "perfection" being program-supremacist even without relation to [=ISOs=].
* FauxAffablyEvil: He's usually lighthearted and playful, but he's also baiting other characters constantly.
* FluorescentFootprints: In the same manner as Rinzler in ''Film/TronLegacy'', Dyson can literally make this happen to find out where programs have been in an area.
* GoodScarsEvilScars: In his backstory, once he suffers such an injury, he turns ''much'' more antagonistic and anti-ISO. Clu eventually fixed him, though, so it doesn't apply in the present day.
* HeKnowsTooMuch: When Dyson reports to Clu on Tron's survival, Clu asks if anyone else knows. Dyson turns to Clu's guard and swiftly derezzes him, confirming that the two of them are now the only ones who do.
* {{Jerkass}}: Whether you're dealing with his snide patronization or the genuine bile beneath, it's unlikely any experiences with the man will be pleasant.
* KnightOfCerebus: He came in after Tesler's failure, the two episodes he figured in were easily the darkest in the series yet (involving torture and deliberate, revenge-driven murder), and it seems that he's also brought [[GreaterScopeVillain CLU]] into the plot at last. His introduction also paves the way for Cyrus, an even bigger KnightOfCerebus, to enter the story.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: In "The Stranger", he retreats when a disguised Tron jumps in to help Able. Being one of the few privy to the fact that Tron is alive, he probably put two and two together.
%%* {{Jerkass}}
KubrickStare: Often.
* LargeAndInCharge: Inverted. While not to the point of being TheNapoleon, he's only about average height amongst a mostly taller cast.
* LeanAndMean: Especially noticeable given how he's shorter than almost anyone he shares a scene with.
* NobleBigotWithABadge: Initially willing to shelve his prejudices against the [=ISOs=], but it all changed when he was injured.
* OffscreenTeleportation: In "The Stranger", Able is listening in on a conversation between Dyson and a Black Guard. He turns his head for a moment, only to find Dyson is gone when he turns back. Just as quickly, Dyson somehow ends up in front of him.
* OhCrap: Using his detection ability, he confidently follows Tron's footprints toward a familiar insignia obscured by steam in the distance... only to have this reaction upon realizing that the "symbol" is in fact four bombs set in a 'T' formation. To say nothing of his reaction when Tron undoes his helmet...
* ThePerfectionist: Shows something of an obsession not just with racial purity, but with physical health as well, mostly as a response to his old injury.
* PrettyBoy: Helps that he has one of the more realistic faces in the show.
* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: Was once Tron's right-hand man.
* TheQuisling: Like Hopper, Unlike many other programs, Dyson was ''not'' re-purposed by Clu. He joined willingly, upon receiving proper treatment for his scar.
* ReverseArmFold: As noted above, his preferred state of repose.
* SlouchOfVillainy: Pulls this off on Tesler's throne, [[EvilerThanThou to cow him into obedience]].
* SmugSnake: He is a extremely competent soldier and leader, but
he has red highlights a tendency to mark this.
* SavedByCanon: He appears as a minor character in ''Film/TronLegacy'' (with a large scar on
overestimate his face abilities and underestimate his foes.
* SoftSpokenSadist: When he tortured Tron in the past, he was usually very calm and collected, even as he started escalating things.
* StartOfDarkness: He is shown as originally being an honorable soldier, fiercely loyal to Tron, who still has significant suspicion of [=ISOs=], but still tries to defend them. This changes when, right after Tron managed to calm things down between the [=ISOs=] and some protesters, an ISO
apparently throws a disc at the programs (it's more likely this was a deliberate attempt to spark hostilities, but no longer fighting on Clu's side), ensuring that he will not die one except Tron noticed). His face is horribly scarred in the series.
* ScaryBlackMan: Downplayed; despite being something
ensuing melee. After the incident, he started to sympathize with [[FantasticRacism Clu's]] [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans ideals]]. Flynn's [[NeglectfulPrecursors nonchalant]] [[JerkassGods attitude]] toward his accident doesn't help, as well as Tron [[PoorCommunicationKills never even trying to show him the memory of the provoker]].
* StepfordSnarker: When no one else is in the room, Dyson's sarcasm is immediately replaced by sour, introspective silence.
* TortureTechnician: After Tron's defeat by CLU, he cripples Tron via code modification while Tron is strapped to
a villain, he's more table and wide awake. And then needlessly scars Tron's face in the process.
* {{Troll}}: Pretended to relieve Tesler
of a comic relief command for no other reason than anything.
to mess with him.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Hopper.
* VillainousFriendship: With Hopper.
VillainousBreakdown: When Hopper he first discovers Tron is accused still alive, all he can do is yammer in disbelief and fear whilst he backs away from him. After Tron lets him live, he immediately leaves Argon to report to Clu of being the Renegade (and there his newfound knowledge, and Tesler actually seems noticed he was ''scared'' as he left, which is a stark contrast to be proof), Bartik complains that if how he knew he would have gotten the prize for turning him in first. Later, however, he's seen [[DrowningMySorrows drowning arrived.
* WhipItGood: Fights with a length of energy cord attached to
his sorrows]] and runs off crying when Paige asks what's wrong.
Disc.



[[folder:Kobol's Gang]]

A group of disc thieves operating out of Argon's original settlement. Making the most of Argon's occupation, they steal programs' identity discs and sell the resulting amnesiacs, called "strays," to Tesler's army.

!!Lux
->Voiced by: Lake Bell

%%* AntiVillain
* TheDragon: To Kobol.
%%* HeelFaceTurn
%%* HeroicSacrifice
* LastStand: Holds off the occupation long enough for Beck and Tron to escape.
* WomanInWhite: She looks very similar to the Siren in ''Film/TronLegacy''.


!!Kobol
->Voiced by: Mark Boone Junior

* BadassGrandpa: He held his own against Tron. Not an easy feat.
%%* EvilOldFolks
* HeKnowsTooMuch: Posthumous example; Lux insists that Tron and Beck destroy his Identity Disk to keep their existence a secret.
* MeaningfulName: Named after the COBOL programming language, one of the oldest in existence.
%%* MrExposition
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: A favorite tactic of his.


!!Galt
->Voiced by: Adam DeVine

* BitchInSheepsClothing: Looks like a friendly guy. 'Tis an act.
* FauxAffablyEvil: When his nature is revealed, his friendly demeanor is more mocking than affable.
* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: By Kobol.

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[[folder:Kobol's Gang]]

A group of disc thieves operating out of Argon's original settlement. Making the most of Argon's occupation, they steal programs' identity discs and sell the resulting amnesiacs, called "strays,"

[[folder:Cyrus]]
[[quoteright:259:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cyrus_5263.png]]
[[caption-width-right:259:[[labelnote:Click here
to Tesler's army.

!!Lux
see pre-tattoo Cyrus]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cyrus_2_4722.jpg[[/labelnote]]]]
->Voiced by: Lake Bell

%%* AntiVillain
* TheDragon: To Kobol.
%%* HeelFaceTurn
%%* HeroicSacrifice
* LastStand: Holds off
Creator/AaronPaul

A common guard working under Dyson, who expresses awe at Tron's incredible strength at Dyson torturing him. [[spoiler:Cyrus rescued Tron and faked his death, sparking
the occupation long enough for Beck and revolution against Clu's tyranny. After that, he was trained by Tron to escape.
become the first Renegade, but turned out far too extreme in his methods and was locked away as a result.]]

* WomanInWhite: She AccidentalMisnaming: He doesn't like being called "Cy."
* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: He was Tron's first attempt to make a "Renegade", but it backfired horribly because he's far too extreme.
* BadassLongcoat: He starts wearing one in the same episode.
* DeathFakedForYou: He does this for Tron.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
%%* FallenHero
* {{Guyliner}}: When we finally see the guy without the helmet in present day.
* HiddenInPlainSight: His Tron symbol is always visible, but unless he crosses his arms, it just
looks very similar like nondescript squares on his forearms.
* HeroWorshipper: Possibly. He seems
to be in awe when he is told the Siren person Dyson is torturing is Tron.
* ItIsBeyondSaving: His opinion of the Grid under Clu.
* KnightOfCerebus: Secured the title of single biggest one
in ''Film/TronLegacy''.


!!Kobol
->Voiced by: Mark Boone Junior

the series in '''two episodes'''. Whether he's plotting to annihilate the Grid or ruin the Renegade, when he shows up you ''know'' things have gotten bad.
* BadassGrandpa: He held MirrorMonster: How he appeared while locked into his prison and g=dragged Beck inside.
* MookFaceTurn: In the backstory, though he unfortunately becomes
his own against Tron. Not an easy feat.
kind of evil again soon after.
* NeverFoundTheBody: [[spoiler:Tron electrocutes him with his own bomb and throws him over the side of a ledge, when he looks down, the bomb is on the ground, and Cyrus is gone.]]
%%* EvilOldFolks
OmnicidalManiac
* HeKnowsTooMuch: Posthumous example; Lux insists TheParagon: Technically, the Uprising that Tron is trying to bring about was Cyrus' idea, at least initially. When Tron falls dangerously close to giving in to revenge, the memories of Cyrus' words and actions (mirrored by Beck destroy in the present) are what bring him back.
* SealedEvilInACan: He was sealed in
his Identity Disk pocket dimension by Tron, since he posed too great a risk to keep their existence a secret.
* MeaningfulName: Named after
the COBOL programming language, one Grid to be left alone. He escapes at the end of "The Stranger".
* SlasherSmile: The first hint that he's not as good as he would have Beck believe.
* SlidingScaleOfFreeWillVsFate: He doesn't believe free will really exists, in contrast with Beck.
* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: "How's that? Even my pre-recorded hologram finds you predictable."
* ThereAreNoCoincidences: He firmly believes that everything happens for a reason, including meeting Beck.
* TronLines: He's absolutely covered in them, even on his skin. Beck actually mistakes him for an ISO at first glance. He didn't have them in flashbacks, which suggests something happened down the line.
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: When he arrives in Argon in "No Bounds", nobody questions or seems to take notice of his weird, line-covered appearance. As noted above, his appearance was the first thing Beck took note of.
* VillainByProxyFallacy: He's willing to annihilate the entirety
of the oldest in existence.
Grid, based on the belief that ItIsBeyondSaving under Clu. Including all of the programs that have no involvement with Clu.
%%* MrExposition
WalkingSpoiler
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: A favorite tactic WallCrawl: He's able to walk on the walls and ceilings of his.


!!Galt
->Voiced by: Adam DeVine

* BitchInSheepsClothing: Looks like a friendly guy. 'Tis an act.
* FauxAffablyEvil: When
his nature is revealed, his friendly demeanor is more mocking than affable.
pocket dimension (and anything built within) as easily as the floor. He can't do it in the Grid proper, but still shows an uncanny amount of balance on thin surfaces.
* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: By Kobol.
WellDoneSonGuy: Comes off as this toward Tron. [[spoiler:He wants to be recognized as Tron's true successor by Tron himself.



[[folder:Gorn's Shop]]

!!Gorn

->Voiced by: Kathryn Hunter

An amoral technician that presumably researches and designs unscrupulous gadgets that even the Occupation wouldn't use.

* AndIMustScream: [[[spoiler:Via Pavel. It's incredibly unsettling, even jarring, given her usual demeanor beforehand.]]
* BadBadActing: Played with. [[spoiler:She puts up quite the act when Paige confronts her in front of Tesler, but it seemed ''genuine''. It's unsure if she was already under Pavels control by then, since Paige has proven that memories can be rewritten without tampering with the personality or the facial expressions.]]
* BodyHorror: See EyeScream below and AndIMustScream above. [[spoiler:''No one'' should be able to smile that wide, much less have it forced upon them. It's hammered home in that she actually had a small mouth and an unlined face relative to other programs before-hand.]]
%%* EvilBrit
* EyepatchOfPower: Wears a device over her left eye to hide the hole, which may also function as a replacement given that she uses it in her work.
* EyeScream: She's got a hole where her left eye should be, going all the way through her head. She attributes it to mishandling of her own code worms.
* FakeMemories: Gorn specializes in erasing or fabricating memories. Curiously, even though this modifies the data on a program's disc, the program retains their original memory, or at least knows the memory is fake.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Her calm demeanor doesn't mask her rather obvious shady background.
* {{Foil}}: Somewhat to Paige. Gorn is also a medic (judging by her uniform). Unlike Paige, who is an Occupation commander but often questions morally ambiguous actions, Gorn is not formally part of Clu's forces but is always happy to assist Pavel by rewriting the memories of innocent programs.
* KickTheDog: Her complicity in framing Paige aside, there was really no reason to threaten that one program at the beginning of the episode.
* MeaningfulName: Oh, Users, is it ''ever.''
* SlasherSmile: [[spoiler:Gets one forced upon her by Pavel.]]
* SlaveMook: [[spoiler:Her final fate at the end of "Rendezvous".]]
* SoftSpokenSadist: Her scene with that hapless program cements her as one.
* ToThePain: While explaining to a program what those bugs are for. Doesn't get to use 'em on the guy, though, which is a rarity.
* WretchedHive: She's the only semblance of authority in one, at least.

!!Lomox

A tall, perpetually grinning servant to Gorn, who handles all of the heavy-lifting in her place.

* AndIMustScream: It's implied that his perpetual smile is a result of someone (possibly Gorn) messing with his programming, by the episode end, he can only desperately shake his head and make grunts when desperately trying to communicate [[spoiler: him not working with the renegade.]]
%%* BaldOfEvil
%%*TheBrute
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: All he needed to do was appear out of shadows, brandishing that SlasherSmile, while sauntering towards a panicking, desperate program, for you to know what he's about.
* EvilVersusEvil: When he's first shown meeting Pavel, he scowls at him menacingly and makes PuppyDogEyes at Gorn when she orders him to leave. This and Pavel's cold comment about him imply that Pavel had a hand in his initial crippling.
* GeniusBruiser: He seems to know his way around operating a disc and a code-disrupting memory bug.
* GutturalGrowler: Due to his condition, he only communicates in deep growls which sound double as an EvilLaugh.
%%* {{Jerkass}}
* KickTheDog: [[spoiler:Restraining Paige so he can implant a bug into her memory disc, which inflicts quite a bit of pain.]]
* [[spoiler:LaserGuidedKarma: He gets framed by Pavel and arrested by Tesler. The best part is how it turns out that Gorn - his boss - actually rewired ''his'' disc to allow for the frame-up.]]
* SlasherSmile: Enforced on him, allegedly to silence him. [[UncannyValley It doesn't change with the rest of his expression, either]].
* TopHeavyGuy: Compared to everyone else.

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[[folder:Gorn's Shop]]

!!Gorn

!!Minor and One-Shot Villains

[[folder:Gage's Gang]]

!!Perl

->Voiced by: Kathryn Hunter

An amoral technician that presumably researches and designs unscrupulous gadgets that even the Occupation wouldn't use.

* AndIMustScream: [[[spoiler:Via Pavel. It's incredibly unsettling, even jarring, given her usual demeanor beforehand.]]
* BadBadActing: Played with. [[spoiler:She puts up quite the act when Paige confronts her in front of Tesler, but it seemed ''genuine''. It's unsure if she was already under Pavels control by then, since Paige has proven that memories can be rewritten without tampering with the personality or the facial expressions.]]
* BodyHorror: See EyeScream below and AndIMustScream above. [[spoiler:''No one'' should be able to smile that wide, much less have it forced upon them. It's hammered home in that she actually had a small mouth and an unlined face relative to other programs before-hand.]]
%%* EvilBrit
* EyepatchOfPower: Wears a device over her left eye to hide the hole, which may also function as a replacement given that she uses it in her work.
* EyeScream: She's got a hole where her left eye should be, going all the way through her head. She attributes it to mishandling of her own code worms.
* FakeMemories: Gorn specializes in erasing or fabricating memories. Curiously, even though this modifies the data on a program's disc, the program retains their original memory, or at least knows the memory is fake.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Her calm demeanor doesn't mask her rather obvious shady background.
* {{Foil}}: Somewhat to Paige. Gorn is also a medic (judging by her uniform). Unlike Paige, who is an Occupation commander but often questions morally ambiguous actions, Gorn is not formally part of Clu's forces but is always happy to assist Pavel by rewriting the memories of innocent programs.
* KickTheDog: Her complicity in framing Paige aside, there was really no reason to threaten that one program at the beginning of the episode.
* MeaningfulName: Oh, Users, is it ''ever.''
* SlasherSmile: [[spoiler:Gets one forced upon her by Pavel.]]
* SlaveMook: [[spoiler:Her final fate at the end of "Rendezvous".]]
* SoftSpokenSadist: Her scene with that hapless program cements her as one.
* ToThePain: While explaining to a program what those bugs are for. Doesn't get to use 'em on the guy, though, which is a rarity.
* WretchedHive: She's the only semblance of authority in one, at least.

!!Lomox

A tall, perpetually grinning servant to Gorn, who handles all of the heavy-lifting in her place.

* AndIMustScream: It's implied that his perpetual smile is a result of someone (possibly Gorn) messing with his programming, by the episode end, he can only desperately shake his head and make grunts when desperately trying to communicate [[spoiler: him not working with the renegade.]]
%%* BaldOfEvil
%%*TheBrute
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: All he needed to do was appear out of shadows, brandishing that SlasherSmile, while sauntering towards a panicking, desperate program, for you to know what he's about.
* EvilVersusEvil: When he's first shown meeting Pavel, he scowls at him menacingly and makes PuppyDogEyes at Gorn when she orders him to leave. This and Pavel's cold comment about him imply that Pavel had a hand in his initial crippling.
* GeniusBruiser: He seems to know his way around operating a disc and a code-disrupting memory bug.
* GutturalGrowler: Due to his condition, he only communicates in deep growls which sound double as an EvilLaugh.
%%* {{Jerkass}}
* KickTheDog: [[spoiler:Restraining Paige so he can implant a bug into her memory disc, which inflicts quite a bit of pain.]]
* [[spoiler:LaserGuidedKarma: He gets framed by Pavel and arrested by Tesler. The best part is how it turns out that Gorn - his boss - actually rewired ''his'' disc to allow for the frame-up.]]
* SlasherSmile: Enforced on him, allegedly to silence him. [[UncannyValley It doesn't change with the rest of his expression, either]].
* TopHeavyGuy: Compared to everyone else.
Kate Mara

!!Gage



[[folder:Keller]]
->Voiced by: Marcia Gay Harden

A technician that developed a pathogen designed for something akin to mind control. Doesn't enjoy that part of her job at all.

* AntiVillain: forced to make a mind control gas for the Occupation, and [[spoiler: turns on them when she has the chance]]. It is later subverted for that specific type when [[spoiler: she returns to the Occupation of her own free will out of fear.]]
* DeadpanSnarker: When Pavel makes a pass at her she remarks that she may need the gas.
* GenderBender: [[spoiler:Changes her gender, or at the very least her appearance, to male to escape detection when she reneges.]]
* GlamourFailure: The disguise she takes up at the end of "State of Mind" needs to be regularly maintained, lest she revert back to her original form.
* HotScientist: She's as tall and curvy as Paige is. Pavel even makes a pass at her.
* MauveShirt: She is one of the few associated with the occupation to get extended screen time; compare to Shaw, the last MadScientist, who barely lasted five minutes.
* NoPlansNoPrototypeNoBackUp: Invoked with her being the only one who knows how to make the gaseous pathogen.
* NotSoStoic: At the end of "State of Mind", she's clearly panicking when she becomes a fugitive, and spends most of "Welcome Home" desperate to escape no matter how suicidal the attempt might be.
* PetTheDog: [[spoiler:Despite rejoining the Occupation in "Welcome Home", she doesn't expose Beck as a Renegade sympathizer.]]
* ReluctantMadScientist: Develops a pathogen which she intended to use to free programs, but has been used to repurpose them into slaves.
%%* SacrificialLion
* TheStoic: Keeps a fairly subdued demeanor.
* ShootTheShaggyDog: [[spoiler:Beck comes close to persuading her to join the resistance, but all that comes undone when Paige convinces her that Tesler would forgive her. When she returns, Tesler kills her.]]
* YouHaveFailedMe: [[spoiler:Tesler kills her in "Welcome Home" for her earlier betrayal.]]

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[[folder:Keller]]
[[folder:Hopper]]

->Voiced by: Marcia Gay Harden

A technician that developed a pathogen designed for something akin
Paul Scheer

%%* {{Guyliner}}
%%* {{Jerkass}}
* MuggingTheMonster: He tries
to mind control. Doesn't enjoy that part of her job at all.

* AntiVillain: forced to make
start a mind control gas for fight with Beck and gets taken down in seconds. Even if Beck weren't under the Occupation, and [[spoiler: turns on them when she has the chance]]. It is later subverted for that specific type when [[spoiler: she returns to the Occupation effects of her own free will out of fear.]]
* DeadpanSnarker: When Pavel makes a pass at her she remarks that she may need the gas.
* GenderBender: [[spoiler:Changes her gender, or
an UpgradeArtifact at the very least her appearance, time, it's a fight Hopper really had no chance of winning.
* TheQuisling: As a visual cue
to male to escape detection when she reneges.]]
* GlamourFailure: The disguise she takes up at the end of "State of Mind" needs to be regularly maintained, lest she revert back to her original form.
* HotScientist: She's as tall and curvy as Paige is. Pavel even makes a pass at her.
* MauveShirt: She is one of the few associated
go along with the occupation to get extended screen time; compare to Shaw, the last MadScientist, who barely lasted five minutes.
* NoPlansNoPrototypeNoBackUp: Invoked
obvious, his highlight color is red, contrasting with her the dominant white.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Bartik.
* UngratefulBastard: Played for laughs. After
being captured, mistaken for the only one who knows how to make Renegade, and almost killed along with Mara and Zed, they're rescued by the gaseous pathogen.
* NotSoStoic: At
Renegade. Hopper is glad to be alive, then remembers that it's his job to capture the end of "State of Mind", she's clearly panicking when she becomes a fugitive, and spends most of "Welcome Home" desperate to escape no matter how suicidal the attempt might be.
* PetTheDog: [[spoiler:Despite rejoining the Occupation in "Welcome Home", she doesn't expose Beck as a
Renegade sympathizer.]]
and tries to. Zed kicks him out of the getaway vehicle.
* ReluctantMadScientist: Develops a pathogen which she intended to use VillainousFriendship: Despite bickering and blaming their failures on each other, Hopper stays behind to free programs, but has been used to repurpose them into slaves.
%%* SacrificialLion
* TheStoic: Keeps
Bartik from a fairly subdued demeanor.
* ShootTheShaggyDog: [[spoiler:Beck comes close to persuading her to join
piece of rubble as the resistance, but all that comes undone when Paige convinces her that Tesler would forgive her. When she returns, Tesler kills her.]]
* YouHaveFailedMe: [[spoiler:Tesler kills her
building they're in "Welcome Home" for her earlier betrayal.]]
collapses, later receiving help from Zed.



!!Other Major Villains

[[folder:C.L.U.]]
->Voiced by: Creator/FredTatasciore

Tesler's superior, an evil virtual copy of Kevin Flynn who currently rules the entire Grid.

* AdaptationalVillainy: His takeover was much more ambition-fueled in this series than in ''[[Film/TronLegacy Legacy]]''.
* BadassLongcoat: Usually seen wearing a long black greatcoat.
%%* ContemplativeBoss
* TheDreaded: ''Tesler'' is terrified of him. Considering [[YouHaveFailedMe the "order" Dyson jokingly threatened him with]], for good reason.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
* TheFaceless: We see his face in the flashbacks, however in his present day he wears the CollapsibleHelmet he wore at the beginning of ''Film/TronLegacy''. In "Scars, Part 2", we see him unmasked in the present.
* GreaterScopeVillain: He rarely get's in on the action himself, and it's his takeover that is the root of all the conflict of the series. He's the supreme Commander of the occupation, and all the villains answer to him. The end of season one seemed to be ready to subvert this by having him come and deal with the Argon personally.
* TheStoic: Also a lot more unflappable than his movie counterpart.

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!!Other Major Villains

[[folder:C.L.U.]]
[[folder:Bartik]]

->Voiced by: Creator/FredTatasciore

Tesler's superior, an evil virtual copy of Kevin Flynn who currently rules
Donald Faison

* AscendedExtra: He appeared at
the entire Grid.

* AdaptationalVillainy: His takeover was much more ambition-fueled
Bar in this series than one scene in ''[[Film/TronLegacy Legacy]]''.
''Film/TronLegacy'' [[spoiler: asking for Zeus's help with organizing the resistance, before getting Derrezzed by the Black Guard.]] Here, he's a recurring character.
* BadassLongcoat: Usually seen wearing EvilIsPetty: Gets the staff of Able's garage arrested as prisoners of war to get back at them for Beck making a long black greatcoat.
fool out of Hopper.
%%* ContemplativeBoss
{{Jerkass}}
* TheDreaded: ''Tesler'' is terrified of him. Considering [[YouHaveFailedMe the "order" Dyson jokingly threatened him with]], for good reason.
TheQuisling: Like Hopper, he has red highlights to mark this.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
* TheFaceless: We see
SavedByCanon: He appears as a minor character in ''Film/TronLegacy'' (with a large scar on his face and apparently no longer fighting on Clu's side), ensuring that he will not die in the flashbacks, however in his present day he wears series.
* ScaryBlackMan: Downplayed; despite being something of a villain, he's more of a comic relief than anything.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Hopper.
* VillainousFriendship: With Hopper. When Hopper is accused of being
the CollapsibleHelmet he wore at the beginning of ''Film/TronLegacy''. In "Scars, Part 2", we see him unmasked in the present.
* GreaterScopeVillain: He rarely get's in on the action himself, and it's his takeover that is the root of all the conflict of the series. He's the supreme Commander of the occupation, and all the villains answer to him. The end of season one seemed
Renegade (and there actually seems to be ready to subvert this by having proof), Bartik complains that if he knew he would have gotten the prize for turning him come in first. Later, however, he's seen [[DrowningMySorrows drowning his sorrows]] and deal with the Argon personally.
* TheStoic: Also a lot more unflappable than his movie counterpart.
runs off crying when Paige asks what's wrong.



[[folder:Dyson]]
[[quoteright:210:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Dyson_3639.jpg]]
->Voiced by: Creator/JohnGlover

Clu's highest-ranking officer, sent to spearhead the apprehension of the Renegade.

* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: The most powerful figure under CLU, and the only program other than Cyrus who seems to have any real chance of beating Tron one-on-one.
* BossInMookClothing: In style if nothing else. Dyson wears a custom version of the Black Guards' attire, a holdover from the days when he and the entire force operated as Tron's security team.
* BrokenPedestal: Mutually with Tron and Flynn.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: Seems to enjoy cultivating this image amongst the troops, if his odd behavior in Argon Plaza is any indication.
* ChairReveal: Dyson does this to Tesler, [[{{Troll}} with his own chair, no less.]]
* CharacterTics: Extremely fond of the ReverseArmFold.
%%* DeadpanSnarker
* TheDragon: Zigzagged. He's one to Clu, the GreaterScopeVillain, but he doesn't answer to Tesler, and he's enough of a threat on his own.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: His debut involves him cruising on his high-tech ship, smugly overriding the clearance directives at Argon's screening gate.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
* FaceHeelTurn: In his backstory.
* FacialHorror: That ''horrendous'' scar in his backstory. Later does the same to Tron out of sheer spite.
* FantasticRacism: Against [=ISOs=] in flashbacks, particularly because they're just ''there'', not serving some kind of function like every other program on the Grid. It's also hard not to see some of his talk about "perfection" being program-supremacist even without relation to [=ISOs=].
* FauxAffablyEvil: He's usually lighthearted and playful, but he's also baiting other characters constantly.
* FluorescentFootprints: In the same manner as Rinzler in ''Film/TronLegacy'', Dyson can literally make this happen to find out where programs have been in an area.
* GoodScarsEvilScars: In his backstory, once he suffers such an injury, he turns ''much'' more antagonistic and anti-ISO. Clu eventually fixed him, though, so it doesn't apply in the present day.
* HeKnowsTooMuch: When Dyson reports to Clu on Tron's survival, Clu asks if anyone else knows. Dyson turns to Clu's guard and swiftly derezzes him, confirming that the two of them are now the only ones who do.
* {{Jerkass}}: Whether you're dealing with his snide patronization or the genuine bile beneath, it's unlikely any experiences with the man will be pleasant.
* KnightOfCerebus: He came in after Tesler's failure, the two episodes he figured in were easily the darkest in the series yet (involving torture and deliberate, revenge-driven murder), and it seems that he's also brought [[GreaterScopeVillain CLU]] into the plot at last. His introduction also paves the way for Cyrus, an even bigger KnightOfCerebus, to enter the story.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: In "The Stranger", he retreats when a disguised Tron jumps in to help Able. Being one of the few privy to the fact that Tron is alive, he probably put two and two together.
%%* KubrickStare: Often.
* LargeAndInCharge: Inverted. While not to the point of being TheNapoleon, he's only about average height amongst a mostly taller cast.
* LeanAndMean: Especially noticeable given how he's shorter than almost anyone he shares a scene with.
* NobleBigotWithABadge: Initially willing to shelve his prejudices against the [=ISOs=], but it all changed when he was injured.
* OffscreenTeleportation: In "The Stranger", Able is listening in on a conversation between Dyson and a Black Guard. He turns his head for a moment, only to find Dyson is gone when he turns back. Just as quickly, Dyson somehow ends up in front of him.
* OhCrap: Using his detection ability, he confidently follows Tron's footprints toward a familiar insignia obscured by steam in the distance... only to have this reaction upon realizing that the "symbol" is in fact four bombs set in a 'T' formation. To say nothing of his reaction when Tron undoes his helmet...
* ThePerfectionist: Shows something of an obsession not just with racial purity, but with physical health as well, mostly as a response to his old injury.
* PrettyBoy: Helps that he has one of the more realistic faces in the show.
* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: Was once Tron's right-hand man.
* TheQuisling: Unlike many other programs, Dyson was ''not'' re-purposed by Clu. He joined willingly, upon receiving proper treatment for his scar.
* ReverseArmFold: As noted above, his preferred state of repose.
* SlouchOfVillainy: Pulls this off on Tesler's throne, [[EvilerThanThou to cow him into obedience]].
* SmugSnake: He is a extremely competent soldier and leader, but he has a tendency to overestimate his abilities and underestimate his foes.
* SoftSpokenSadist: When he tortured Tron in the past, he was usually very calm and collected, even as he started escalating things.
* StartOfDarkness: He is shown as originally being an honorable soldier, fiercely loyal to Tron, who still has significant suspicion of [=ISOs=], but still tries to defend them. This changes when, right after Tron managed to calm things down between the [=ISOs=] and some protesters, an ISO apparently throws a disc at the programs (it's more likely this was a deliberate attempt to spark hostilities, but no one except Tron noticed). His face is horribly scarred in the ensuing melee. After the incident, he started to sympathize with [[FantasticRacism Clu's]] [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans ideals]]. Flynn's [[NeglectfulPrecursors nonchalant]] [[JerkassGods attitude]] toward his accident doesn't help, as well as Tron [[PoorCommunicationKills never even trying to show him the memory of the provoker]].
* StepfordSnarker: When no one else is in the room, Dyson's sarcasm is immediately replaced by sour, introspective silence.
* TortureTechnician: After Tron's defeat by CLU, he cripples Tron via code modification while Tron is strapped to a table and wide awake. And then needlessly scars Tron's face in the process.
* {{Troll}}: Pretended to relieve Tesler of command for no other reason than to mess with him.
* VillainousBreakdown: When he first discovers Tron is still alive, all he can do is yammer in disbelief and fear whilst he backs away from him. After Tron lets him live, he immediately leaves Argon to report to Clu of his newfound knowledge, and Tesler actually noticed he was ''scared'' as he left, which is a stark contrast to how he arrived.
* WhipItGood: Fights with a length of energy cord attached to his Disc.

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[[folder:Dyson]]
[[quoteright:210:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Dyson_3639.jpg]]
[[folder:Kobol's Gang]]

A group of disc thieves operating out of Argon's original settlement. Making the most of Argon's occupation, they steal programs' identity discs and sell the resulting amnesiacs, called "strays," to Tesler's army.

!!Lux
->Voiced by: Creator/JohnGlover

Clu's highest-ranking officer, sent to spearhead the apprehension of the Renegade.

* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: The most powerful figure under CLU, and the only program other than Cyrus who seems to have any real chance of beating Tron one-on-one.
* BossInMookClothing: In style if nothing else. Dyson wears a custom version of the Black Guards' attire, a holdover from the days when he and the entire force operated as Tron's security team.
* BrokenPedestal: Mutually with Tron and Flynn.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: Seems to enjoy cultivating this image amongst the troops, if his odd behavior in Argon Plaza is any indication.
* ChairReveal: Dyson does this to Tesler, [[{{Troll}} with his own chair, no less.]]
* CharacterTics: Extremely fond of the ReverseArmFold.
Lake Bell

%%* DeadpanSnarker
AntiVillain
* TheDragon: Zigzagged. He's one to Clu, To Kobol.
%%* HeelFaceTurn
%%* HeroicSacrifice
* LastStand: Holds off
the GreaterScopeVillain, but he doesn't answer to Tesler, and he's occupation long enough of a threat on his own.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: His debut involves him cruising on his high-tech ship, smugly overriding the clearance directives at Argon's screening gate.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
* FaceHeelTurn: In his backstory.
* FacialHorror: That ''horrendous'' scar in his backstory. Later does the same to
for Beck and Tron out to escape.
* WomanInWhite: She looks very similar to the Siren in ''Film/TronLegacy''.


!!Kobol
->Voiced by: Mark Boone Junior

* BadassGrandpa: He held his own against Tron. Not an easy feat.
%%* EvilOldFolks
* HeKnowsTooMuch: Posthumous example; Lux insists that Tron and Beck destroy his Identity Disk to keep their existence a secret.
* MeaningfulName: Named after the COBOL programming language, one
of sheer spite.
* FantasticRacism: Against [=ISOs=]
the oldest in flashbacks, particularly because they're just ''there'', not serving some kind existence.
%%* MrExposition
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: A favorite tactic
of function his.


!!Galt
->Voiced by: Adam DeVine

* BitchInSheepsClothing: Looks
like every other program on the Grid. It's also hard not to see some of his talk about "perfection" being program-supremacist even without relation to [=ISOs=].
a friendly guy. 'Tis an act.
* FauxAffablyEvil: He's usually lighthearted and playful, but he's also baiting other characters constantly.
* FluorescentFootprints: In the same manner as Rinzler in ''Film/TronLegacy'', Dyson can literally make this happen to find out where programs have been in an area.
* GoodScarsEvilScars: In
When his backstory, once he suffers such an injury, he turns ''much'' nature is revealed, his friendly demeanor is more antagonistic and anti-ISO. Clu eventually fixed him, though, so it doesn't apply in the present day.
* HeKnowsTooMuch: When Dyson reports to Clu on Tron's survival, Clu asks if anyone else knows. Dyson turns to Clu's guard and swiftly derezzes him, confirming that the two of them are now the only ones who do.
* {{Jerkass}}: Whether you're dealing with his snide patronization or the genuine bile beneath, it's unlikely any experiences with the man will be pleasant.
* KnightOfCerebus: He came in after Tesler's failure, the two episodes he figured in were easily the darkest in the series yet (involving torture and deliberate, revenge-driven murder), and it seems that he's also brought [[GreaterScopeVillain CLU]] into the plot at last. His introduction also paves the way for Cyrus, an even bigger KnightOfCerebus, to enter the story.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: In "The Stranger", he retreats when a disguised Tron jumps in to help Able. Being one of the few privy to the fact that Tron is alive, he probably put two and two together.
%%* KubrickStare: Often.
* LargeAndInCharge: Inverted. While not to the point of being TheNapoleon, he's only about average height amongst a mostly taller cast.
* LeanAndMean: Especially noticeable given how he's shorter
mocking than almost anyone he shares a scene with.
affable.
* NobleBigotWithABadge: Initially willing to shelve his prejudices against the [=ISOs=], but it all changed when he was injured.
* OffscreenTeleportation: In "The Stranger", Able is listening in on a conversation between Dyson and a Black Guard. He turns his head for a moment, only to find Dyson is gone when he turns back. Just as quickly, Dyson somehow ends up in front of him.
* OhCrap: Using his detection ability, he confidently follows Tron's footprints toward a familiar insignia obscured by steam in the distance... only to have this reaction upon realizing that the "symbol" is in fact four bombs set in a 'T' formation. To say nothing of his reaction when Tron undoes his helmet...
* ThePerfectionist: Shows something of an obsession not just with racial purity, but with physical health as well, mostly as a response to his old injury.
* PrettyBoy: Helps that he has one of the more realistic faces in the show.
* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: Was once Tron's right-hand man.
* TheQuisling: Unlike many other programs, Dyson was ''not'' re-purposed by Clu. He joined willingly, upon receiving proper treatment for his scar.
* ReverseArmFold: As noted above, his preferred state of repose.
* SlouchOfVillainy: Pulls this off on Tesler's throne, [[EvilerThanThou to cow him into obedience]].
* SmugSnake: He is a extremely competent soldier and leader, but he has a tendency to overestimate his abilities and underestimate his foes.
* SoftSpokenSadist: When he tortured Tron in the past, he was usually very calm and collected, even as he started escalating things.
* StartOfDarkness: He is shown as originally being an honorable soldier, fiercely loyal to Tron, who still has significant suspicion of [=ISOs=], but still tries to defend them. This changes when, right after Tron managed to calm things down between the [=ISOs=] and some protesters, an ISO apparently throws a disc at the programs (it's more likely this was a deliberate attempt to spark hostilities, but no one except Tron noticed). His face is horribly scarred in the ensuing melee. After the incident, he started to sympathize with [[FantasticRacism Clu's]] [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans ideals]]. Flynn's [[NeglectfulPrecursors nonchalant]] [[JerkassGods attitude]] toward his accident doesn't help, as well as Tron [[PoorCommunicationKills never even trying to show him the memory of the provoker]].
* StepfordSnarker: When no one else is in the room, Dyson's sarcasm is immediately replaced by sour, introspective silence.
* TortureTechnician: After Tron's defeat by CLU, he cripples Tron via code modification while Tron is strapped to a table and wide awake. And then needlessly scars Tron's face in the process.
* {{Troll}}: Pretended to relieve Tesler of command for no other reason than to mess with him.
* VillainousBreakdown: When he first discovers Tron is still alive, all he can do is yammer in disbelief and fear whilst he backs away from him. After Tron lets him live, he immediately leaves Argon to report to Clu of his newfound knowledge, and Tesler actually noticed he was ''scared'' as he left, which is a stark contrast to how he arrived.
* WhipItGood: Fights with a length of energy cord attached to his Disc.
ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: By Kobol.




[[folder:Cyrus]]
[[quoteright:259:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cyrus_5263.png]]
[[caption-width-right:259:[[labelnote:Click here to see pre-tattoo Cyrus]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cyrus_2_4722.jpg[[/labelnote]]]]
->Voiced by: Creator/AaronPaul

A common guard working under Dyson, who expresses awe at Tron's incredible strength at Dyson torturing him. [[spoiler:Cyrus rescued Tron and faked his death, sparking the revolution against Clu's tyranny. After that, he was trained by Tron to become the first Renegade, but turned out far too extreme in his methods and was locked away as a result.]]

* AccidentalMisnaming: He doesn't like being called "Cy."
* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: He was Tron's first attempt to make a "Renegade", but it backfired horribly because he's far too extreme.
* BadassLongcoat: He starts wearing one in the same episode.
* DeathFakedForYou: He does this for Tron.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
%%* FallenHero
* {{Guyliner}}: When we finally see the guy without the helmet in present day.
* HiddenInPlainSight: His Tron symbol is always visible, but unless he crosses his arms, it just looks like nondescript squares on his forearms.
* HeroWorshipper: Possibly. He seems to be in awe when he is told the person Dyson is torturing is Tron.
* ItIsBeyondSaving: His opinion of the Grid under Clu.
* KnightOfCerebus: Secured the title of single biggest one in the series in '''two episodes'''. Whether he's plotting to annihilate the Grid or ruin the Renegade, when he shows up you ''know'' things have gotten bad.
* MirrorMonster: How he appeared while locked into his prison and g=dragged Beck inside.
* MookFaceTurn: In the backstory, though he unfortunately becomes his own kind of evil again soon after.
* NeverFoundTheBody: [[spoiler:Tron electrocutes him with his own bomb and throws him over the side of a ledge, when he looks down, the bomb is on the ground, and Cyrus is gone.]]
%%* OmnicidalManiac
* TheParagon: Technically, the Uprising that Tron is trying to bring about was Cyrus' idea, at least initially. When Tron falls dangerously close to giving in to revenge, the memories of Cyrus' words and actions (mirrored by Beck in the present) are what bring him back.
* SealedEvilInACan: He was sealed in his pocket dimension by Tron, since he posed too great a risk to the Grid to be left alone. He escapes at the end of "The Stranger".
* SlasherSmile: The first hint that he's not as good as he would have Beck believe.
* SlidingScaleOfFreeWillVsFate: He doesn't believe free will really exists, in contrast with Beck.
* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: "How's that? Even my pre-recorded hologram finds you predictable."
* ThereAreNoCoincidences: He firmly believes that everything happens for a reason, including meeting Beck.
* TronLines: He's absolutely covered in them, even on his skin. Beck actually mistakes him for an ISO at first glance. He didn't have them in flashbacks, which suggests something happened down the line.
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: When he arrives in Argon in "No Bounds", nobody questions or seems to take notice of his weird, line-covered appearance. As noted above, his appearance was the first thing Beck took note of.
* VillainByProxyFallacy: He's willing to annihilate the entirety of the Grid, based on the belief that ItIsBeyondSaving under Clu. Including all of the programs that have no involvement with Clu.
%%* WalkingSpoiler
* WallCrawl: He's able to walk on the walls and ceilings of his pocket dimension (and anything built within) as easily as the floor. He can't do it in the Grid proper, but still shows an uncanny amount of balance on thin surfaces.
* WellDoneSonGuy: Comes off as this toward Tron. [[spoiler:He wants to be recognized as Tron's true successor by Tron himself.

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\n[[folder:Cyrus]]\n[[quoteright:259:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cyrus_5263.png]]\n[[caption-width-right:259:[[labelnote:Click here to see pre-tattoo Cyrus]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cyrus_2_4722.jpg[[/labelnote]]]]\n->Voiced by: Creator/AaronPaul\n\nA common guard working under Dyson, who expresses awe at Tron's incredible strength at Dyson torturing him. [[spoiler:Cyrus rescued Tron and faked his death, sparking the revolution against Clu's tyranny. After that, he was trained by Tron to become the first Renegade, but turned out far too extreme in his methods and was locked away as a result.]]\n\n[[folder:Shaw]]
* AccidentalMisnaming: He doesn't like being called "Cy."
* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: He was Tron's first attempt to make a "Renegade", but it backfired horribly because he's far too extreme.
* BadassLongcoat: He starts wearing one in the same episode.
* DeathFakedForYou: He does this for Tron.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
%%* FallenHero
* {{Guyliner}}: When we finally see the guy without the helmet in present day.
* HiddenInPlainSight: His Tron symbol is always visible, but unless he crosses his arms, it just looks like nondescript squares on his forearms.
* HeroWorshipper: Possibly. He seems to be in awe when he is told the person Dyson is torturing is Tron.
* ItIsBeyondSaving: His opinion of the Grid under Clu.
* KnightOfCerebus: Secured the title of single biggest one in the series in '''two episodes'''. Whether he's plotting to annihilate the Grid or ruin the Renegade, when he shows up you ''know'' things have gotten bad.
* MirrorMonster: How he appeared while locked
DisneyVillainDeath: Falls into his prison and g=dragged Beck inside.
* MookFaceTurn: In
the backstory, though he unfortunately becomes his own kind of evil again soon after.
* NeverFoundTheBody: [[spoiler:Tron electrocutes him with his own bomb and throws him over the side of a ledge, when he looks down, the bomb is on the ground, and Cyrus is gone.]]
%%* OmnicidalManiac
* TheParagon: Technically, the Uprising that Tron is trying to bring about was Cyrus' idea, at least initially. When Tron falls dangerously close to giving in to revenge, the memories of Cyrus' words and actions (mirrored by Beck in the present) are what bring him back.
* SealedEvilInACan: He was sealed in his pocket dimension by Tron, since he posed too great a risk to the Grid to be left alone. He escapes at the end of "The Stranger".
* SlasherSmile: The first hint that he's not as good as he would have Beck believe.
* SlidingScaleOfFreeWillVsFate: He doesn't believe free will really exists, in contrast with Beck.
* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: "How's that? Even my pre-recorded hologram finds you predictable."
* ThereAreNoCoincidences: He firmly believes that everything happens for a reason, including meeting Beck.
* TronLines: He's absolutely covered in them, even on his skin. Beck actually mistakes him for an ISO at first glance. He didn't have them in flashbacks, which suggests something happened down the line.
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: When he arrives in Argon in "No Bounds", nobody questions or seems to take notice
engine of his weird, line-covered appearance. As noted above, his appearance was the first thing Beck took note of.
* VillainByProxyFallacy: He's willing to annihilate the entirety of the Grid, based on the belief that ItIsBeyondSaving under Clu. Including all of the programs that have no involvement with Clu.
%%* WalkingSpoiler
* WallCrawl: He's able to walk on the walls
dirigible and ceilings of his pocket dimension (and anything built within) as easily as the floor. He can't do it in the Grid proper, but still shows an uncanny amount of balance on thin surfaces.
is utterly derezzed.
* WellDoneSonGuy: Comes off as this toward Tron. [[spoiler:He wants to be recognized as Tron's true successor by Tron himself.
MadScientist: Perhaps played even straighter than Pavel.


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!!Gorn

->Voiced by: Kathryn Hunter

An amoral technician that presumably researches and designs unscrupulous gadgets that even the Occupation wouldn't use.

* AndIMustScream: [[[spoiler:Via Pavel. It's incredibly unsettling, even jarring, given her usual demeanor beforehand.]]
* BadBadActing: Played with. [[spoiler:She puts up quite the act when Paige confronts her in front of Tesler, but it seemed ''genuine''. It's unsure if she was already under Pavels control by then, since Paige has proven that memories can be rewritten without tampering with the personality or the facial expressions.]]
* BodyHorror: See EyeScream below and AndIMustScream above. [[spoiler:''No one'' should be able to smile that wide, much less have it forced upon them. It's hammered home in that she actually had a small mouth and an unlined face relative to other programs before-hand.]]
%%* EvilBrit
* EyepatchOfPower: Wears a device over her left eye to hide the hole, which may also function as a replacement given that she uses it in her work.
* EyeScream: She's got a hole where her left eye should be, going all the way through her head. She attributes it to mishandling of her own code worms.
* FakeMemories: Gorn specializes in erasing or fabricating memories. Curiously, even though this modifies the data on a program's disc, the program retains their original memory, or at least knows the memory is fake.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Her calm demeanor doesn't mask her rather obvious shady background.
* {{Foil}}: Somewhat to Paige. Gorn is also a medic (judging by her uniform). Unlike Paige, who is an Occupation commander but often questions morally ambiguous actions, Gorn is not formally part of Clu's forces but is always happy to assist Pavel by rewriting the memories of innocent programs.
* KickTheDog: Her complicity in framing Paige aside, there was really no reason to threaten that one program at the beginning of the episode.
* MeaningfulName: Oh, Users, is it ''ever.''
* SlasherSmile: [[spoiler:Gets one forced upon her by Pavel.]]
* SlaveMook: [[spoiler:Her final fate at the end of "Rendezvous".]]
* SoftSpokenSadist: Her scene with that hapless program cements her as one.
* ToThePain: While explaining to a program what those bugs are for. Doesn't get to use 'em on the guy, though, which is a rarity.
* WretchedHive: She's the only semblance of authority in one, at least.

!!Lomox

A tall, perpetually grinning servant to Gorn, who handles all of the heavy-lifting in her place.

* AndIMustScream: It's implied that his perpetual smile is a result of someone (possibly Gorn) messing with his programming, by the episode end, he can only desperately shake his head and make grunts when desperately trying to communicate [[spoiler: him not working with the renegade.]]
%%* BaldOfEvil
%%*TheBrute
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: All he needed to do was appear out of shadows, brandishing that SlasherSmile, while sauntering towards a panicking, desperate program, for you to know what he's about.
* EvilVersusEvil: When he's first shown meeting Pavel, he scowls at him menacingly and makes PuppyDogEyes at Gorn when she orders him to leave. This and Pavel's cold comment about him imply that Pavel had a hand in his initial crippling.
* GeniusBruiser: He seems to know his way around operating a disc and a code-disrupting memory bug.
* GutturalGrowler: Due to his condition, he only communicates in deep growls which sound double as an EvilLaugh.
%%* {{Jerkass}}
* KickTheDog: [[spoiler:Restraining Paige so he can implant a bug into her memory disc, which inflicts quite a bit of pain.]]
* [[spoiler:LaserGuidedKarma: He gets framed by Pavel and arrested by Tesler. The best part is how it turns out that Gorn - his boss - actually rewired ''his'' disc to allow for the frame-up.]]
* SlasherSmile: Enforced on him, allegedly to silence him. [[UncannyValley It doesn't change with the rest of his expression, either]].
* TopHeavyGuy: Compared to everyone else.

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[[folder:Keller]]
->Voiced by: Marcia Gay Harden

A technician that developed a pathogen designed for something akin to mind control. Doesn't enjoy that part of her job at all.

* AntiVillain: forced to make a mind control gas for the Occupation, and [[spoiler: turns on them when she has the chance]]. It is later subverted for that specific type when [[spoiler: she returns to the Occupation of her own free will out of fear.]]
* DeadpanSnarker: When Pavel makes a pass at her she remarks that she may need the gas.
* GenderBender: [[spoiler:Changes her gender, or at the very least her appearance, to male to escape detection when she reneges.]]
* GlamourFailure: The disguise she takes up at the end of "State of Mind" needs to be regularly maintained, lest she revert back to her original form.
* HotScientist: She's as tall and curvy as Paige is. Pavel even makes a pass at her.
* MauveShirt: She is one of the few associated with the occupation to get extended screen time; compare to Shaw, the last MadScientist, who barely lasted five minutes.
* NoPlansNoPrototypeNoBackUp: Invoked with her being the only one who knows how to make the gaseous pathogen.
* NotSoStoic: At the end of "State of Mind", she's clearly panicking when she becomes a fugitive, and spends most of "Welcome Home" desperate to escape no matter how suicidal the attempt might be.
* PetTheDog: [[spoiler:Despite rejoining the Occupation in "Welcome Home", she doesn't expose Beck as a Renegade sympathizer.]]
* ReluctantMadScientist: Develops a pathogen which she intended to use to free programs, but has been used to repurpose them into slaves.
%%* SacrificialLion
* TheStoic: Keeps a fairly subdued demeanor.
* ShootTheShaggyDog: [[spoiler:Beck comes close to persuading her to join the resistance, but all that comes undone when Paige convinces her that Tesler would forgive her. When she returns, Tesler kills her.]]
* YouHaveFailedMe: [[spoiler:Tesler kills her in "Welcome Home" for her earlier betrayal.]]

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!!Bit

Able's classic ENCOM-Style bit.

!!Link



* TheDitz: Kind of slow and scatterbrained, but it has paid off. When the garage had to fix some malfunctioning tanks, he accidentally got through the corrupted programing, having it fire and blow through a wall. Mara uses this accident to find out how to fix them.

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* TheDitz: GeniusDitz: Kind of slow and scatterbrained, but it has paid off. When the garage had to fix some malfunctioning tanks, he accidentally got through the corrupted programing, having it fire and blow through a wall. Mara uses this accident to find out how to fix them.



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!!Dash






%%* BadassBaritone

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%%* BadassBaritone* BadassBaritone: It's Creator/LanceReddick, so this is a given.







[[folder:Shaw]]
->Voiced by: Zachary Rosencrantz

* DisneyVillainDeath: He falls into the dirigible's engine when Beck attempts to save him.
* EvilGenius: Beck tries to convince him to use his knowledge for good. Shaw doesn't listen.
%%* MadScientist
%%* ProperlyParanoid
%%* SinisterSchnoz
* ThoseWackyNazis: Sports a German accent to go with his MadScientist image.
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: A side effect of the weapon he invented.

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\n[[folder:Shaw]]\n!!Minor and One-Shot Villains

[[folder:Hopper]]

->Voiced by: Zachary Rosencrantz

Paul Scheer

%%* {{Guyliner}}
%%* {{Jerkass}}
* DisneyVillainDeath: MuggingTheMonster: He falls into the dirigible's engine when Beck attempts to save him.
* EvilGenius: Beck
tries to convince him to use his knowledge for good. Shaw doesn't listen.
%%* MadScientist
%%* ProperlyParanoid
%%* SinisterSchnoz
start a fight with Beck and gets taken down in seconds. Even if Beck weren't under the effects of an UpgradeArtifact at the time, it's a fight Hopper really had no chance of winning.
* ThoseWackyNazis: Sports TheQuisling: As a German accent visual cue to go along with the obvious, his MadScientist image.
highlight color is red, contrasting with the dominant white.
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: A side effect ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Bartik.
* UngratefulBastard: Played for laughs. After being captured, mistaken for the Renegade, and almost killed along with Mara and Zed, they're rescued by the Renegade. Hopper is glad to be alive, then remembers that it's his job to capture the Renegade and tries to. Zed kicks him out
of the weapon he invented.getaway vehicle.
* VillainousFriendship: Despite bickering and blaming their failures on each other, Hopper stays behind to free Bartik from a piece of rubble as the building they're in collapses, later receiving help from Zed.





[[folder:Keller]]
->Voiced by: Marcia Gay Harden

A technician that developed a pathogen designed for something akin to mind control. Doesn't enjoy that part of her job at all.

* AntiVillain: forced to make a mind control gas for the Occupation, and [[spoiler: turns on them when she has the chance]]. It is later subverted for that specific type when [[spoiler: she returns to the Occupation of her own free will out of fear.]]
* DeadpanSnarker: When Pavel makes a pass at her she remarks that she may need the gas.
* GenderBender: [[spoiler:Changes her gender, or at the very least her appearance, to male to escape detection when she reneges.]]
* GlamourFailure: The disguise she takes up at the end of "State of Mind" needs to be regularly maintained, lest she revert back to her original form.
* HotScientist: She's as tall and curvy as Paige is. Pavel even makes a pass at her.
* MauveShirt: She is one of the few associated with the occupation to get extended screen time; compare to Shaw, the last MadScientist, who barely lasted five minutes.
* NoPlansNoPrototypeNoBackUp: Invoked with her being the only one who knows how to make the gaseous pathogen.
* NotSoStoic: At the end of "State of Mind", she's clearly panicking when she becomes a fugitive, and spends most of "Welcome Home" desperate to escape no matter how suicidal the attempt might be.
* PetTheDog: [[spoiler:Despite rejoining the Occupation in "Welcome Home", she doesn't expose Beck as a Renegade sympathizer.]]
* ReluctantMadScientist: Develops a pathogen which she intended to use to free programs, but has been used to repurpose them into slaves.
%%* SacrificialLion
* TheStoic: Keeps a fairly subdued demeanor.
* ShootTheShaggyDog: [[spoiler:Beck comes close to persuading her to join the resistance, but all that comes undone when Paige convinces her that Tesler would forgive her. When she returns, Tesler kills her.]]
* YouHaveFailedMe: [[spoiler:Tesler kills her in "Welcome Home" for her earlier betrayal.]]

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\n\n[[folder:Keller]]\n[[folder:Bartik]]

->Voiced by: Marcia Gay Harden

A technician that developed a pathogen designed for something akin to mind control. Doesn't enjoy that part of her job
Donald Faison

* AscendedExtra: He appeared
at all.

* AntiVillain: forced to make a mind control gas for
the Occupation, and Bar in one scene in ''Film/TronLegacy'' [[spoiler: turns on them when she has the chance]]. It is later subverted asking for that specific type when [[spoiler: she returns to the Occupation of her own free will out of fear.]]
* DeadpanSnarker: When Pavel makes a pass at her she remarks that she may need the gas.
* GenderBender: [[spoiler:Changes her gender, or at the very least her appearance, to male to escape detection when she reneges.]]
* GlamourFailure: The disguise she takes up at the end of "State of Mind" needs to be regularly maintained, lest she revert back to her original form.
* HotScientist: She's as tall and curvy as Paige is. Pavel even makes a pass at her.
* MauveShirt: She is one of the few associated
Zeus's help with the occupation to get extended screen time; compare to Shaw, the last MadScientist, who barely lasted five minutes.
* NoPlansNoPrototypeNoBackUp: Invoked with her being the only one who knows how to make the gaseous pathogen.
* NotSoStoic: At the end of "State of Mind", she's clearly panicking when she becomes a fugitive, and spends most of "Welcome Home" desperate to escape no matter how suicidal the attempt might be.
* PetTheDog: [[spoiler:Despite rejoining the Occupation in "Welcome Home", she doesn't expose Beck as a Renegade sympathizer.]]
* ReluctantMadScientist: Develops a pathogen which she intended to use to free programs, but has been used to repurpose them into slaves.
%%* SacrificialLion
* TheStoic: Keeps a fairly subdued demeanor.
* ShootTheShaggyDog: [[spoiler:Beck comes close to persuading her to join
organizing the resistance, but all before getting Derrezzed by the Black Guard.]] Here, he's a recurring character.
* EvilIsPetty: Gets the staff of Able's garage arrested as prisoners of war to get back at them for Beck making a fool out of Hopper.
%%* {{Jerkass}}
* TheQuisling: Like Hopper, he has red highlights to mark this.
* SavedByCanon: He appears as a minor character in ''Film/TronLegacy'' (with a large scar on his face and apparently no longer fighting on Clu's side), ensuring
that comes undone he will not die in the series.
* ScaryBlackMan: Downplayed; despite being something of a villain, he's more of a comic relief than anything.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Hopper.
* VillainousFriendship: With Hopper. When Hopper is accused of being the Renegade (and there actually seems to be proof), Bartik complains that if he knew he would have gotten the prize for turning him in first. Later, however, he's seen [[DrowningMySorrows drowning his sorrows]] and runs off crying
when Paige convinces her that Tesler would forgive her. When she returns, Tesler kills her.]]
* YouHaveFailedMe: [[spoiler:Tesler kills her in "Welcome Home" for her earlier betrayal.]]
asks what's wrong.






!!Argon Citizens

[[folder:Hopper]]
->Voiced by: Paul Scheer

%%* {{Guyliner}}
%%* {{Jerkass}}
* MuggingTheMonster: He tries to start a fight with Beck and gets taken down in seconds. Even if Beck weren't under the effects of an UpgradeArtifact at the time, it's a fight Hopper really had no chance of winning.
* TheQuisling: As a visual cue to go along with the obvious, his highlight color is red, contrasting with the dominant white.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Bartik.
* UngratefulBastard: Played for laughs. After being captured, mistaken for the Renegade, and almost killed along with Mara and Zed, they're rescued by the Renegade. Hopper is glad to be alive, then remembers that it's his job to capture the Renegade and tries to. Zed kicks him out of the getaway vehicle.
* VillainousFriendship: Despite bickering and blaming their failures on each other, Hopper stays behind to free Bartik from a piece of rubble as the building they're in collapses, later receiving help from Zed.

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\n\n\n!!Argon Citizens\n\n[[folder:Hopper]]\n[[folder:Kobol's Gang]]

A group of disc thieves operating out of Argon's original settlement. Making the most of Argon's occupation, they steal programs' identity discs and sell the resulting amnesiacs, called "strays," to Tesler's army.

!!Lux
->Voiced by: Paul Scheer

Lake Bell

%%* {{Guyliner}}
AntiVillain
* TheDragon: To Kobol.
%%* {{Jerkass}}
HeelFaceTurn
%%* HeroicSacrifice
* MuggingTheMonster: He tries to start a fight with LastStand: Holds off the occupation long enough for Beck and gets taken down Tron to escape.
* WomanInWhite: She looks very similar to the Siren
in seconds. Even if ''Film/TronLegacy''.


!!Kobol
->Voiced by: Mark Boone Junior

* BadassGrandpa: He held his own against Tron. Not an easy feat.
%%* EvilOldFolks
* HeKnowsTooMuch: Posthumous example; Lux insists that Tron and
Beck weren't under destroy his Identity Disk to keep their existence a secret.
* MeaningfulName: Named after
the effects of an UpgradeArtifact at the time, it's a fight Hopper really had no chance of winning.
* TheQuisling: As a visual cue to go along with the obvious, his highlight color is red, contrasting with the dominant white.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Bartik.
* UngratefulBastard: Played for laughs. After being captured, mistaken for the Renegade, and almost killed along with Mara and Zed, they're rescued by the Renegade. Hopper is glad to be alive, then remembers that it's his job to capture the Renegade and tries to. Zed kicks him out
COBOL programming language, one of the getaway vehicle.
oldest in existence.
%%* MrExposition
* VillainousFriendship: Despite bickering and blaming their failures on each other, Hopper stays behind to free Bartik from a piece YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: A favorite tactic of rubble as the building they're in collapses, later receiving help from Zed.his.


!!Galt
->Voiced by: Adam DeVine

* BitchInSheepsClothing: Looks like a friendly guy. 'Tis an act.
* FauxAffablyEvil: When his nature is revealed, his friendly demeanor is more mocking than affable.
* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: By Kobol.



[[folder:Bartik]]
->Voiced by: Donald Faison

* AscendedExtra: He appeared at the Bar in one scene in ''Film/TronLegacy'' [[spoiler: asking for Zeus's help with organizing the resistance, before getting Derrezzed by the Black Guard.]] Here, he's a recurring character.
* EvilIsPetty: Gets the staff of Able's garage arrested as prisoners of war to get back at them for Beck making a fool out of Hopper.

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[[folder:Bartik]]
[[folder:Gorn's Shop]]

!!Gorn

->Voiced by: Donald Faison

Kathryn Hunter

An amoral technician that presumably researches and designs unscrupulous gadgets that even the Occupation wouldn't use.

* AscendedExtra: He appeared AndIMustScream: [[[spoiler:Via Pavel. It's incredibly unsettling, even jarring, given her usual demeanor beforehand.]]
* BadBadActing: Played with. [[spoiler:She puts up quite the act when Paige confronts her in front of Tesler, but it seemed ''genuine''. It's unsure if she was already under Pavels control by then, since Paige has proven that memories can be rewritten without tampering with the personality or the facial expressions.]]
* BodyHorror: See EyeScream below and AndIMustScream above. [[spoiler:''No one'' should be able to smile that wide, much less have it forced upon them. It's hammered home in that she actually had a small mouth and an unlined face relative to other programs before-hand.]]
%%* EvilBrit
* EyepatchOfPower: Wears a device over her left eye to hide the hole, which may also function as a replacement given that she uses it in her work.
* EyeScream: She's got a hole where her left eye should be, going all the way through her head. She attributes it to mishandling of her own code worms.
* FakeMemories: Gorn specializes in erasing or fabricating memories. Curiously, even though this modifies the data on a program's disc, the program retains their original memory, or at least knows the memory is fake.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Her calm demeanor doesn't mask her rather obvious shady background.
* {{Foil}}: Somewhat to Paige. Gorn is also a medic (judging by her uniform). Unlike Paige, who is an Occupation commander but often questions morally ambiguous actions, Gorn is not formally part of Clu's forces but is always happy to assist Pavel by rewriting the memories of innocent programs.
* KickTheDog: Her complicity in framing Paige aside, there was really no reason to threaten that one program
at the Bar in beginning of the episode.
* MeaningfulName: Oh, Users, is it ''ever.''
* SlasherSmile: [[spoiler:Gets
one forced upon her by Pavel.]]
* SlaveMook: [[spoiler:Her final fate at the end of "Rendezvous".]]
* SoftSpokenSadist: Her
scene with that hapless program cements her as one.
* ToThePain: While explaining to a program what those bugs are for. Doesn't get to use 'em on the guy, though, which is a rarity.
* WretchedHive: She's the only semblance of authority
in ''Film/TronLegacy'' one, at least.

!!Lomox

A tall, perpetually grinning servant to Gorn, who handles all of the heavy-lifting in her place.

* AndIMustScream: It's implied that his perpetual smile is a result of someone (possibly Gorn) messing with his programming, by the episode end, he can only desperately shake his head and make grunts when desperately trying to communicate
[[spoiler: asking for Zeus's help him not working with organizing the resistance, before getting Derrezzed by the Black Guard.]] Here, renegade.]]
%%* BaldOfEvil
%%*TheBrute
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: All he needed to do was appear out of shadows, brandishing that SlasherSmile, while sauntering towards a panicking, desperate program, for you to know what
he's about.
* EvilVersusEvil: When he's first shown meeting Pavel, he scowls at him menacingly and makes PuppyDogEyes at Gorn when she orders him to leave. This and Pavel's cold comment about him imply that Pavel had
a recurring character.
hand in his initial crippling.
* EvilIsPetty: Gets the staff of Able's garage arrested GeniusBruiser: He seems to know his way around operating a disc and a code-disrupting memory bug.
* GutturalGrowler: Due to his condition, he only communicates in deep growls which sound double
as prisoners of war to get back at them for Beck making a fool out of Hopper.an EvilLaugh.



* TheQuisling: Like Hopper, he has red highlights to mark this.
* SavedByCanon: He appears as a minor character in ''Film/TronLegacy'' (with a large scar on his face and apparently no longer fighting on Clu's side), ensuring that he will not die in the series.
* ScaryBlackMan: Downplayed; despite being something of a villain, he's more of a comic relief than anything.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Hopper.
* VillainousFriendship: With Hopper. When Hopper is accused of being the Renegade (and there actually seems to be proof), Bartik complains that if he knew he would have gotten the prize for turning him in first. Later, however, he's seen [[DrowningMySorrows drowning his sorrows]] and runs off crying when Paige asks what's wrong.

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* TheQuisling: Like Hopper, KickTheDog: [[spoiler:Restraining Paige so he has red highlights to mark this.
can implant a bug into her memory disc, which inflicts quite a bit of pain.]]
* SavedByCanon: [[spoiler:LaserGuidedKarma: He appears as a minor character in ''Film/TronLegacy'' (with a large scar on his face gets framed by Pavel and apparently no longer fighting on Clu's side), ensuring arrested by Tesler. The best part is how it turns out that he will not die in the series.
* ScaryBlackMan: Downplayed; despite being something of a villain, he's more of a comic relief than anything.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Hopper.
* VillainousFriendship: With Hopper. When Hopper is accused of being the Renegade (and there
Gorn - his boss - actually seems rewired ''his'' disc to be proof), Bartik complains that if he knew he would have gotten allow for the prize for turning him in first. Later, however, he's seen [[DrowningMySorrows drowning frame-up.]]
* SlasherSmile: Enforced on him, allegedly to silence him. [[UncannyValley It doesn't change with the rest of
his sorrows]] and runs off crying when Paige asks what's wrong.expression, either]].
* TopHeavyGuy: Compared to everyone else.




[[folder:Rilo]]

* WeHardlyKnewYe: Swiftly derezzed five minutes after being introduced.

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\n[[folder:Rilo]]\n\n[[folder:Keller]]
->Voiced by: Marcia Gay Harden

A technician that developed a pathogen designed for something akin to mind control. Doesn't enjoy that part of her job at all.

* WeHardlyKnewYe: Swiftly derezzed AntiVillain: forced to make a mind control gas for the Occupation, and [[spoiler: turns on them when she has the chance]]. It is later subverted for that specific type when [[spoiler: she returns to the Occupation of her own free will out of fear.]]
* DeadpanSnarker: When Pavel makes a pass at her she remarks that she may need the gas.
* GenderBender: [[spoiler:Changes her gender, or at the very least her appearance, to male to escape detection when she reneges.]]
* GlamourFailure: The disguise she takes up at the end of "State of Mind" needs to be regularly maintained, lest she revert back to her original form.
* HotScientist: She's as tall and curvy as Paige is. Pavel even makes a pass at her.
* MauveShirt: She is one of the few associated with the occupation to get extended screen time; compare to Shaw, the last MadScientist, who barely lasted
five minutes after minutes.
* NoPlansNoPrototypeNoBackUp: Invoked with her
being introduced.the only one who knows how to make the gaseous pathogen.
* NotSoStoic: At the end of "State of Mind", she's clearly panicking when she becomes a fugitive, and spends most of "Welcome Home" desperate to escape no matter how suicidal the attempt might be.
* PetTheDog: [[spoiler:Despite rejoining the Occupation in "Welcome Home", she doesn't expose Beck as a Renegade sympathizer.]]
* ReluctantMadScientist: Develops a pathogen which she intended to use to free programs, but has been used to repurpose them into slaves.
%%* SacrificialLion
* TheStoic: Keeps a fairly subdued demeanor.
* ShootTheShaggyDog: [[spoiler:Beck comes close to persuading her to join the resistance, but all that comes undone when Paige convinces her that Tesler would forgive her. When she returns, Tesler kills her.]]
* YouHaveFailedMe: [[spoiler:Tesler kills her in "Welcome Home" for her earlier betrayal.]]




[[folder:Perl]]
->Voiced by: Creator/KateMara

* TheCameo: She has a brief scene in "The Reward", having drinks with Hopper before the guards show up. She also appears in the angry crowd attacking the [=ISOs=] in Tron's fashback in "Scars, Part 1".
* FantasticRacism: Briefly appeared in the flashback in "Scars, Part 1" among the people protesting the [=ISOs=].
%%* FemmeFatale
* MeaningfulName: Named after the Perl programming language.

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\n[[folder:Perl]]\n!!Other Major Villains

[[folder:C.L.U.]]
->Voiced by: Creator/KateMara

* TheCameo: She has a brief scene in "The Reward", having drinks with Hopper before
Creator/FredTatasciore

Tesler's superior, an evil virtual copy of Kevin Flynn who currently rules
the guards show up. She also appears entire Grid.

* AdaptationalVillainy: His takeover was much more ambition-fueled in this series than in ''[[Film/TronLegacy Legacy]]''.
* BadassLongcoat: Usually seen wearing a long black greatcoat.
%%* ContemplativeBoss
* TheDreaded: ''Tesler'' is terrified of him. Considering [[YouHaveFailedMe the "order" Dyson jokingly threatened him with]], for good reason.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
* TheFaceless: We see his face
in the angry crowd attacking flashbacks, however in his present day he wears the [=ISOs=] in Tron's fashback in CollapsibleHelmet he wore at the beginning of ''Film/TronLegacy''. In "Scars, Part 1".
* FantasticRacism: Briefly appeared
2", we see him unmasked in the flashback present.
* GreaterScopeVillain: He rarely get's
in "Scars, Part 1" among on the people protesting action himself, and it's his takeover that is the [=ISOs=].
%%* FemmeFatale
* MeaningfulName: Named after
root of all the Perl programming language.conflict of the series. He's the supreme Commander of the occupation, and all the villains answer to him. The end of season one seemed to be ready to subvert this by having him come and deal with the Argon personally.
* TheStoic: Also a lot more unflappable than his movie counterpart.



[[folder:Gage]]

%%*BadBoss
%%* {{Jerkass}}

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[[folder:Gage]]

%%*BadBoss
[[folder:Dyson]]
[[quoteright:210:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Dyson_3639.jpg]]
->Voiced by: Creator/JohnGlover

Clu's highest-ranking officer, sent to spearhead the apprehension of the Renegade.

* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: The most powerful figure under CLU, and the only program other than Cyrus who seems to have any real chance of beating Tron one-on-one.
* BossInMookClothing: In style if nothing else. Dyson wears a custom version of the Black Guards' attire, a holdover from the days when he and the entire force operated as Tron's security team.
* BrokenPedestal: Mutually with Tron and Flynn.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: Seems to enjoy cultivating this image amongst the troops, if his odd behavior in Argon Plaza is any indication.
* ChairReveal: Dyson does this to Tesler, [[{{Troll}} with his own chair, no less.]]
* CharacterTics: Extremely fond of the ReverseArmFold.
%%* {{Jerkass}}DeadpanSnarker
* TheDragon: Zigzagged. He's one to Clu, the GreaterScopeVillain, but he doesn't answer to Tesler, and he's enough of a threat on his own.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: His debut involves him cruising on his high-tech ship, smugly overriding the clearance directives at Argon's screening gate.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
* FaceHeelTurn: In his backstory.
* FacialHorror: That ''horrendous'' scar in his backstory. Later does the same to Tron out of sheer spite.
* FantasticRacism: Against [=ISOs=] in flashbacks, particularly because they're just ''there'', not serving some kind of function like every other program on the Grid. It's also hard not to see some of his talk about "perfection" being program-supremacist even without relation to [=ISOs=].
* FauxAffablyEvil: He's usually lighthearted and playful, but he's also baiting other characters constantly.
* FluorescentFootprints: In the same manner as Rinzler in ''Film/TronLegacy'', Dyson can literally make this happen to find out where programs have been in an area.
* GoodScarsEvilScars: In his backstory, once he suffers such an injury, he turns ''much'' more antagonistic and anti-ISO. Clu eventually fixed him, though, so it doesn't apply in the present day.
* HeKnowsTooMuch: When Dyson reports to Clu on Tron's survival, Clu asks if anyone else knows. Dyson turns to Clu's guard and swiftly derezzes him, confirming that the two of them are now the only ones who do.
* {{Jerkass}}: Whether you're dealing with his snide patronization or the genuine bile beneath, it's unlikely any experiences with the man will be pleasant.
* KnightOfCerebus: He came in after Tesler's failure, the two episodes he figured in were easily the darkest in the series yet (involving torture and deliberate, revenge-driven murder), and it seems that he's also brought [[GreaterScopeVillain CLU]] into the plot at last. His introduction also paves the way for Cyrus, an even bigger KnightOfCerebus, to enter the story.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: In "The Stranger", he retreats when a disguised Tron jumps in to help Able. Being one of the few privy to the fact that Tron is alive, he probably put two and two together.
%%* KubrickStare: Often.
* LargeAndInCharge: Inverted. While not to the point of being TheNapoleon, he's only about average height amongst a mostly taller cast.
* LeanAndMean: Especially noticeable given how he's shorter than almost anyone he shares a scene with.
* NobleBigotWithABadge: Initially willing to shelve his prejudices against the [=ISOs=], but it all changed when he was injured.
* OffscreenTeleportation: In "The Stranger", Able is listening in on a conversation between Dyson and a Black Guard. He turns his head for a moment, only to find Dyson is gone when he turns back. Just as quickly, Dyson somehow ends up in front of him.
* OhCrap: Using his detection ability, he confidently follows Tron's footprints toward a familiar insignia obscured by steam in the distance... only to have this reaction upon realizing that the "symbol" is in fact four bombs set in a 'T' formation. To say nothing of his reaction when Tron undoes his helmet...
* ThePerfectionist: Shows something of an obsession not just with racial purity, but with physical health as well, mostly as a response to his old injury.
* PrettyBoy: Helps that he has one of the more realistic faces in the show.
* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: Was once Tron's right-hand man.
* TheQuisling: Unlike many other programs, Dyson was ''not'' re-purposed by Clu. He joined willingly, upon receiving proper treatment for his scar.
* ReverseArmFold: As noted above, his preferred state of repose.
* SlouchOfVillainy: Pulls this off on Tesler's throne, [[EvilerThanThou to cow him into obedience]].
* SmugSnake: He is a extremely competent soldier and leader, but he has a tendency to overestimate his abilities and underestimate his foes.
* SoftSpokenSadist: When he tortured Tron in the past, he was usually very calm and collected, even as he started escalating things.
* StartOfDarkness: He is shown as originally being an honorable soldier, fiercely loyal to Tron, who still has significant suspicion of [=ISOs=], but still tries to defend them. This changes when, right after Tron managed to calm things down between the [=ISOs=] and some protesters, an ISO apparently throws a disc at the programs (it's more likely this was a deliberate attempt to spark hostilities, but no one except Tron noticed). His face is horribly scarred in the ensuing melee. After the incident, he started to sympathize with [[FantasticRacism Clu's]] [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans ideals]]. Flynn's [[NeglectfulPrecursors nonchalant]] [[JerkassGods attitude]] toward his accident doesn't help, as well as Tron [[PoorCommunicationKills never even trying to show him the memory of the provoker]].
* StepfordSnarker: When no one else is in the room, Dyson's sarcasm is immediately replaced by sour, introspective silence.
* TortureTechnician: After Tron's defeat by CLU, he cripples Tron via code modification while Tron is strapped to a table and wide awake. And then needlessly scars Tron's face in the process.
* {{Troll}}: Pretended to relieve Tesler of command for no other reason than to mess with him.
* VillainousBreakdown: When he first discovers Tron is still alive, all he can do is yammer in disbelief and fear whilst he backs away from him. After Tron lets him live, he immediately leaves Argon to report to Clu of his newfound knowledge, and Tesler actually noticed he was ''scared'' as he left, which is a stark contrast to how he arrived.
* WhipItGood: Fights with a length of energy cord attached to his Disc.



!!Purgos

[[folder:Kobol's Gang]]

A group of disc thieves operating out of Argon's original settlement. Making the most of Argon's occupation, they steal programs' identity discs and sell the resulting amnesiacs, called "strays," to Tesler's army.

!!Lux
->Voiced by: Lake Bell

%%* AntiVillain
* TheDragon: To Kobol.
%%* HeelFaceTurn
%%* HeroicSacrifice
* LastStand: Holds off the occupation long enough for Beck and Tron to escape.
* WomanInWhite: She looks very similar to the Siren in ''Film/TronLegacy''.


!!Kobol
->Voiced by: Mark Boone Junior

* BadassGrandpa: He held his own against Tron. Not an easy feat.
%%* EvilOldFolks
* HeKnowsTooMuch: Posthumous example; Lux insists that Tron and Beck destroy his Identity Disk to keep their existence a secret.
* MeaningfulName: Named after the COBOL programming language, one of the oldest in existence.
%%* MrExposition
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: A favorite tactic of his.


!!Galt
->Voiced by: Adam DeVine

* BitchInSheepsClothing: Looks like a friendly guy. 'Tis an act.
* FauxAffablyEvil: When his nature is revealed, his friendly demeanor is more mocking than affable.
* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: By Kobol.

to:

!!Purgos

[[folder:Kobol's Gang]]

A group of disc thieves operating out of Argon's original settlement. Making the most of Argon's occupation, they steal programs' identity discs and sell the resulting amnesiacs, called "strays,"
[[folder:Cyrus]]
[[quoteright:259:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cyrus_5263.png]]
[[caption-width-right:259:[[labelnote:Click here
to Tesler's army.

!!Lux
see pre-tattoo Cyrus]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cyrus_2_4722.jpg[[/labelnote]]]]
->Voiced by: Lake Bell

%%* AntiVillain
* TheDragon: To Kobol.
%%* HeelFaceTurn
%%* HeroicSacrifice
* LastStand: Holds off
Creator/AaronPaul

A common guard working under Dyson, who expresses awe at Tron's incredible strength at Dyson torturing him. [[spoiler:Cyrus rescued Tron and faked his death, sparking
the occupation long enough for Beck and revolution against Clu's tyranny. After that, he was trained by Tron to escape.
become the first Renegade, but turned out far too extreme in his methods and was locked away as a result.]]

* WomanInWhite: She AccidentalMisnaming: He doesn't like being called "Cy."
* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: He was Tron's first attempt to make a "Renegade", but it backfired horribly because he's far too extreme.
* BadassLongcoat: He starts wearing one in the same episode.
* DeathFakedForYou: He does this for Tron.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
%%* FallenHero
* {{Guyliner}}: When we finally see the guy without the helmet in present day.
* HiddenInPlainSight: His Tron symbol is always visible, but unless he crosses his arms, it just
looks very similar like nondescript squares on his forearms.
* HeroWorshipper: Possibly. He seems
to be in awe when he is told the Siren person Dyson is torturing is Tron.
* ItIsBeyondSaving: His opinion of the Grid under Clu.
* KnightOfCerebus: Secured the title of single biggest one
in ''Film/TronLegacy''.


!!Kobol
->Voiced by: Mark Boone Junior

the series in '''two episodes'''. Whether he's plotting to annihilate the Grid or ruin the Renegade, when he shows up you ''know'' things have gotten bad.
* BadassGrandpa: He held MirrorMonster: How he appeared while locked into his prison and g=dragged Beck inside.
* MookFaceTurn: In the backstory, though he unfortunately becomes
his own against Tron. Not an easy feat.
kind of evil again soon after.
* NeverFoundTheBody: [[spoiler:Tron electrocutes him with his own bomb and throws him over the side of a ledge, when he looks down, the bomb is on the ground, and Cyrus is gone.]]
%%* EvilOldFolks
OmnicidalManiac
* HeKnowsTooMuch: Posthumous example; Lux insists TheParagon: Technically, the Uprising that Tron is trying to bring about was Cyrus' idea, at least initially. When Tron falls dangerously close to giving in to revenge, the memories of Cyrus' words and actions (mirrored by Beck destroy in the present) are what bring him back.
* SealedEvilInACan: He was sealed in
his Identity Disk pocket dimension by Tron, since he posed too great a risk to keep their existence a secret.
* MeaningfulName: Named after
the COBOL programming language, one Grid to be left alone. He escapes at the end of "The Stranger".
* SlasherSmile: The first hint that he's not as good as he would have Beck believe.
* SlidingScaleOfFreeWillVsFate: He doesn't believe free will really exists, in contrast with Beck.
* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: "How's that? Even my pre-recorded hologram finds you predictable."
* ThereAreNoCoincidences: He firmly believes that everything happens for a reason, including meeting Beck.
* TronLines: He's absolutely covered in them, even on his skin. Beck actually mistakes him for an ISO at first glance. He didn't have them in flashbacks, which suggests something happened down the line.
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: When he arrives in Argon in "No Bounds", nobody questions or seems to take notice of his weird, line-covered appearance. As noted above, his appearance was the first thing Beck took note of.
* VillainByProxyFallacy: He's willing to annihilate the entirety
of the oldest in existence.
Grid, based on the belief that ItIsBeyondSaving under Clu. Including all of the programs that have no involvement with Clu.
%%* MrExposition
WalkingSpoiler
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: A favorite tactic WallCrawl: He's able to walk on the walls and ceilings of his.


!!Galt
->Voiced by: Adam DeVine

* BitchInSheepsClothing: Looks like a friendly guy. 'Tis an act.
* FauxAffablyEvil: When
his nature is revealed, his friendly demeanor is more mocking than affable.
pocket dimension (and anything built within) as easily as the floor. He can't do it in the Grid proper, but still shows an uncanny amount of balance on thin surfaces.
* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: By Kobol.
WellDoneSonGuy: Comes off as this toward Tron. [[spoiler:He wants to be recognized as Tron's true successor by Tron himself.



[[folder:Gorn's Shop]]

!!Gorn

->Voiced by: Kathryn Hunter

An amoral technician that presumably researches and designs unscrupulous gadgets that even the Occupation wouldn't use.

* AndIMustScream: [[[spoiler:Via Pavel. It's incredibly unsettling, even jarring, given her usual demeanor beforehand.]]
* BadBadActing: Played with. [[spoiler:She puts up quite the act when Paige confronts her in front of Tesler, but it seemed ''genuine''. It's unsure if she was already under Pavels control by then, since Paige has proven that memories can be rewritten without tampering with the personality or the facial expressions.]]
* BodyHorror: See EyeScream below and AndIMustScream above. [[spoiler:''No one'' should be able to smile that wide, much less have it forced upon them. It's hammered home in that she actually had a small mouth and an unlined face relative to other programs before-hand.]]
%%* EvilBrit
* EyepatchOfPower: Wears a device over her left eye to hide the hole, which may also function as a replacement given that she uses it in her work.
* EyeScream: She's got a hole where her left eye should be, going all the way through her head. She attributes it to mishandling of her own code worms.
* FakeMemories: Gorn specializes in erasing or fabricating memories. Curiously, even though this modifies the data on a program's disc, the program retains their original memory, or at least knows the memory is fake.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Her calm demeanor doesn't mask her rather obvious shady background.
* {{Foil}}: Somewhat to Paige. Gorn is also a medic (judging by her uniform). Unlike Paige, who is an Occupation commander but often questions morally ambiguous actions, Gorn is not formally part of Clu's forces but is always happy to assist Pavel by rewriting the memories of innocent programs.
* KickTheDog: Her complicity in framing Paige aside, there was really no reason to threaten that one program at the beginning of the episode.
* MeaningfulName: Oh, Users, is it ''ever.''
* SlasherSmile: [[spoiler:Gets one forced upon her by Pavel.]]
* SlaveMook: [[spoiler:Her final fate at the end of "Rendezvous".]]
* SoftSpokenSadist: Her scene with that hapless program cements her as one.
* ToThePain: While explaining to a program what those bugs are for. Doesn't get to use 'em on the guy, though, which is a rarity.
* WretchedHive: She's the only semblance of authority in one, at least.

!!Lomox

A tall, perpetually grinning servant to Gorn, who handles all of the heavy-lifting in her place.

* AndIMustScream: It's implied that his perpetual smile is a result of someone (possibly Gorn) messing with his programming, by the episode end, he can only desperately shake his head and make grunts when desperately trying to communicate [[spoiler: him not working with the renegade.]]
%%* BaldOfEvil
%%*TheBrute
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: All he needed to do was appear out of shadows, brandishing that SlasherSmile, while sauntering towards a panicking, desperate program, for you to know what he's about.
* EvilVersusEvil: When he's first shown meeting Pavel, he scowls at him menacingly and makes PuppyDogEyes at Gorn when she orders him to leave. This and Pavel's cold comment about him imply that Pavel had a hand in his initial crippling.
* GeniusBruiser: He seems to know his way around operating a disc and a code-disrupting memory bug.
* GutturalGrowler: Due to his condition, he only communicates in deep growls which sound double as an EvilLaugh.
%%* {{Jerkass}}
* KickTheDog: [[spoiler:Restraining Paige so he can implant a bug into her memory disc, which inflicts quite a bit of pain.]]
* [[spoiler:LaserGuidedKarma: He gets framed by Pavel and arrested by Tesler. The best part is how it turns out that Gorn - his boss - actually rewired ''his'' disc to allow for the frame-up.]]
* SlasherSmile: Enforced on him, allegedly to silence him. [[UncannyValley It doesn't change with the rest of his expression, either]].
* TopHeavyGuy: Compared to everyone else.

[[/folder]]

!!Other Major Villains

[[folder:C.L.U.]]
->Voiced by: Creator/FredTatasciore

Tesler's superior, an evil virtual copy of Kevin Flynn who currently rules the entire Grid.

* AdaptationalVillainy: His takeover was much more ambition-fueled in this series than in ''[[Film/TronLegacy Legacy]]''.
* BadassLongcoat: Usually seen wearing a long black greatcoat.
%%* ContemplativeBoss
* TheDreaded: ''Tesler'' is terrified of him. Considering [[YouHaveFailedMe the "order" Dyson jokingly threatened him with]], for good reason.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
* TheFaceless: We see his face in the flashbacks, however in his present day he wears the CollapsibleHelmet he wore at the beginning of ''Film/TronLegacy''. In "Scars, Part 2", we see him unmasked in the present.
* GreaterScopeVillain: He rarely get's in on the action himself, and it's his takeover that is the root of all the conflict of the series. He's the supreme Commander of the occupation, and all the villains answer to him. The end of season one seemed to be ready to subvert this by having him come and deal with the Argon personally.
* TheStoic: Also a lot more unflappable than his movie counterpart.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dyson]]
[[quoteright:210:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Dyson_3639.jpg]]
->Voiced by: Creator/JohnGlover

Clu's highest-ranking officer, sent to spearhead the apprehension of the Renegade.

* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: The most powerful figure under CLU, and the only program other than Cyrus who seems to have any real chance of beating Tron one-on-one.
* BossInMookClothing: In style if nothing else. Dyson wears a custom version of the Black Guards' attire, a holdover from the days when he and the entire force operated as Tron's security team.
* BrokenPedestal: Mutually with Tron and Flynn.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: Seems to enjoy cultivating this image amongst the troops, if his odd behavior in Argon Plaza is any indication.
* ChairReveal: Dyson does this to Tesler, [[{{Troll}} with his own chair, no less.]]
* CharacterTics: Extremely fond of the ReverseArmFold.
%%* DeadpanSnarker
* TheDragon: Zigzagged. He's one to Clu, the GreaterScopeVillain, but he doesn't answer to Tesler, and he's enough of a threat on his own.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: His debut involves him cruising on his high-tech ship, smugly overriding the clearance directives at Argon's screening gate.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
* FaceHeelTurn: In his backstory.
* FacialHorror: That ''horrendous'' scar in his backstory. Later does the same to Tron out of sheer spite.
* FantasticRacism: Against [=ISOs=] in flashbacks, particularly because they're just ''there'', not serving some kind of function like every other program on the Grid. It's also hard not to see some of his talk about "perfection" being program-supremacist even without relation to [=ISOs=].
* FauxAffablyEvil: He's usually lighthearted and playful, but he's also baiting other characters constantly.
* FluorescentFootprints: In the same manner as Rinzler in ''Film/TronLegacy'', Dyson can literally make this happen to find out where programs have been in an area.
* GoodScarsEvilScars: In his backstory, once he suffers such an injury, he turns ''much'' more antagonistic and anti-ISO. Clu eventually fixed him, though, so it doesn't apply in the present day.
* HeKnowsTooMuch: When Dyson reports to Clu on Tron's survival, Clu asks if anyone else knows. Dyson turns to Clu's guard and swiftly derezzes him, confirming that the two of them are now the only ones who do.
* {{Jerkass}}: Whether you're dealing with his snide patronization or the genuine bile beneath, it's unlikely any experiences with the man will be pleasant.
* KnightOfCerebus: He came in after Tesler's failure, the two episodes he figured in were easily the darkest in the series yet (involving torture and deliberate, revenge-driven murder), and it seems that he's also brought [[GreaterScopeVillain CLU]] into the plot at last. His introduction also paves the way for Cyrus, an even bigger KnightOfCerebus, to enter the story.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: In "The Stranger", he retreats when a disguised Tron jumps in to help Able. Being one of the few privy to the fact that Tron is alive, he probably put two and two together.
%%* KubrickStare: Often.
* LargeAndInCharge: Inverted. While not to the point of being TheNapoleon, he's only about average height amongst a mostly taller cast.
* LeanAndMean: Especially noticeable given how he's shorter than almost anyone he shares a scene with.
* NobleBigotWithABadge: Initially willing to shelve his prejudices against the [=ISOs=], but it all changed when he was injured.
* OffscreenTeleportation: In "The Stranger", Able is listening in on a conversation between Dyson and a Black Guard. He turns his head for a moment, only to find Dyson is gone when he turns back. Just as quickly, Dyson somehow ends up in front of him.
* OhCrap: Using his detection ability, he confidently follows Tron's footprints toward a familiar insignia obscured by steam in the distance... only to have this reaction upon realizing that the "symbol" is in fact four bombs set in a 'T' formation. To say nothing of his reaction when Tron undoes his helmet...
* ThePerfectionist: Shows something of an obsession not just with racial purity, but with physical health as well, mostly as a response to his old injury.
* PrettyBoy: Helps that he has one of the more realistic faces in the show.
* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: Was once Tron's right-hand man.
* TheQuisling: Unlike many other programs, Dyson was ''not'' re-purposed by Clu. He joined willingly, upon receiving proper treatment for his scar.
* ReverseArmFold: As noted above, his preferred state of repose.
* SlouchOfVillainy: Pulls this off on Tesler's throne, [[EvilerThanThou to cow him into obedience]].
* SmugSnake: He is a extremely competent soldier and leader, but he has a tendency to overestimate his abilities and underestimate his foes.
* SoftSpokenSadist: When he tortured Tron in the past, he was usually very calm and collected, even as he started escalating things.
* StartOfDarkness: He is shown as originally being an honorable soldier, fiercely loyal to Tron, who still has significant suspicion of [=ISOs=], but still tries to defend them. This changes when, right after Tron managed to calm things down between the [=ISOs=] and some protesters, an ISO apparently throws a disc at the programs (it's more likely this was a deliberate attempt to spark hostilities, but no one except Tron noticed). His face is horribly scarred in the ensuing melee. After the incident, he started to sympathize with [[FantasticRacism Clu's]] [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans ideals]]. Flynn's [[NeglectfulPrecursors nonchalant]] [[JerkassGods attitude]] toward his accident doesn't help, as well as Tron [[PoorCommunicationKills never even trying to show him the memory of the provoker]].
* StepfordSnarker: When no one else is in the room, Dyson's sarcasm is immediately replaced by sour, introspective silence.
* TortureTechnician: After Tron's defeat by CLU, he cripples Tron via code modification while Tron is strapped to a table and wide awake. And then needlessly scars Tron's face in the process.
* {{Troll}}: Pretended to relieve Tesler of command for no other reason than to mess with him.
* VillainousBreakdown: When he first discovers Tron is still alive, all he can do is yammer in disbelief and fear whilst he backs away from him. After Tron lets him live, he immediately leaves Argon to report to Clu of his newfound knowledge, and Tesler actually noticed he was ''scared'' as he left, which is a stark contrast to how he arrived.
* WhipItGood: Fights with a length of energy cord attached to his Disc.

[[/folder]]


[[folder:Cyrus]]
[[quoteright:259:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cyrus_5263.png]]
[[caption-width-right:259:[[labelnote:Click here to see pre-tattoo Cyrus]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cyrus_2_4722.jpg[[/labelnote]]]]
->Voiced by: Creator/AaronPaul

A common guard working under Dyson, who expresses awe at Tron's incredible strength at Dyson torturing him. [[spoiler:Cyrus rescued Tron and faked his death, sparking the revolution against Clu's tyranny. After that, he was trained by Tron to become the first Renegade, but turned out far too extreme in his methods and was locked away as a result.]]

* AccidentalMisnaming: He doesn't like being called "Cy."
* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: He was Tron's first attempt to make a "Renegade", but it backfired horribly because he's far too extreme.
* BadassLongcoat: He starts wearing one in the same episode.
* DeathFakedForYou: He does this for Tron.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
%%* FallenHero
* {{Guyliner}}: When we finally see the guy without the helmet in present day.
* HiddenInPlainSight: His Tron symbol is always visible, but unless he crosses his arms, it just looks like nondescript squares on his forearms.
* HeroWorshipper: Possibly. He seems to be in awe when he is told the person Dyson is torturing is Tron.
* ItIsBeyondSaving: His opinion of the Grid under Clu.
* KnightOfCerebus: Secured the title of single biggest one in the series in '''two episodes'''. Whether he's plotting to annihilate the Grid or ruin the Renegade, when he shows up you ''know'' things have gotten bad.
* MirrorMonster: How he appeared while locked into his prison and g=dragged Beck inside.
* MookFaceTurn: In the backstory, though he unfortunately becomes his own kind of evil again soon after.
* NeverFoundTheBody: [[spoiler:Tron electrocutes him with his own bomb and throws him over the side of a ledge, when he looks down, the bomb is on the ground, and Cyrus is gone.]]
%%* OmnicidalManiac
* TheParagon: Technically, the Uprising that Tron is trying to bring about was Cyrus' idea, at least initially. When Tron falls dangerously close to giving in to revenge, the memories of Cyrus' words and actions (mirrored by Beck in the present) are what bring him back.
* SealedEvilInACan: He was sealed in his pocket dimension by Tron, since he posed too great a risk to the Grid to be left alone. He escapes at the end of "The Stranger".
* SlasherSmile: The first hint that he's not as good as he would have Beck believe.
* SlidingScaleOfFreeWillVsFate: He doesn't believe free will really exists, in contrast with Beck.
* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: "How's that? Even my pre-recorded hologram finds you predictable."
* ThereAreNoCoincidences: He firmly believes that everything happens for a reason, including meeting Beck.
* TronLines: He's absolutely covered in them, even on his skin. Beck actually mistakes him for an ISO at first glance. He didn't have them in flashbacks, which suggests something happened down the line.
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: When he arrives in Argon in "No Bounds", nobody questions or seems to take notice of his weird, line-covered appearance. As noted above, his appearance was the first thing Beck took note of.
* VillainByProxyFallacy: He's willing to annihilate the entirety of the Grid, based on the belief that ItIsBeyondSaving under Clu. Including all of the programs that have no involvement with Clu.
%%* WalkingSpoiler
* WallCrawl: He's able to walk on the walls and ceilings of his pocket dimension (and anything built within) as easily as the floor. He can't do it in the Grid proper, but still shows an uncanny amount of balance on thin surfaces.
* WellDoneSonGuy: Comes off as this toward Tron. [[spoiler:He wants to be recognized as Tron's true successor by Tron himself.]]

to:

[[folder:Gorn's Shop]]

!!Gorn

->Voiced by: Kathryn Hunter

An amoral technician that presumably researches and designs unscrupulous gadgets that even the Occupation wouldn't use.

* AndIMustScream: [[[spoiler:Via Pavel. It's incredibly unsettling, even jarring, given her usual demeanor beforehand.]]
* BadBadActing: Played with. [[spoiler:She puts up quite the act when Paige confronts her in front of Tesler, but it seemed ''genuine''. It's unsure if she was already under Pavels control by then, since Paige has proven that memories can be rewritten without tampering with the personality or the facial expressions.]]
* BodyHorror: See EyeScream below and AndIMustScream above. [[spoiler:''No one'' should be able to smile that wide, much less have it forced upon them. It's hammered home in that she actually had a small mouth and an unlined face relative to other programs before-hand.]]
%%* EvilBrit
* EyepatchOfPower: Wears a device over her left eye to hide the hole, which may also function as a replacement given that she uses it in her work.
* EyeScream: She's got a hole where her left eye should be, going all the way through her head. She attributes it to mishandling of her own code worms.
* FakeMemories: Gorn specializes in erasing or fabricating memories. Curiously, even though this modifies the data on a program's disc, the program retains their original memory, or at least knows the memory is fake.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Her calm demeanor doesn't mask her rather obvious shady background.
* {{Foil}}: Somewhat to Paige. Gorn is also a medic (judging by her uniform). Unlike Paige, who is an Occupation commander but often questions morally ambiguous actions, Gorn is not formally part of Clu's forces but is always happy to assist Pavel by rewriting the memories of innocent programs.
* KickTheDog: Her complicity in framing Paige aside, there was really no reason to threaten that one program at the beginning of the episode.
* MeaningfulName: Oh, Users, is it ''ever.''
* SlasherSmile: [[spoiler:Gets one forced upon her by Pavel.]]
* SlaveMook: [[spoiler:Her final fate at the end of "Rendezvous".]]
* SoftSpokenSadist: Her scene with that hapless program cements her as one.
* ToThePain: While explaining to a program what those bugs are for. Doesn't get to use 'em on the guy, though, which is a rarity.
* WretchedHive: She's the only semblance of authority in one, at least.

!!Lomox

A tall, perpetually grinning servant to Gorn, who handles all of the heavy-lifting in her place.

* AndIMustScream: It's implied that his perpetual smile is a result of someone (possibly Gorn) messing with his programming, by the episode end, he can only desperately shake his head and make grunts when desperately trying to communicate [[spoiler: him not working with the renegade.]]
%%* BaldOfEvil
%%*TheBrute
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: All he needed to do was appear out of shadows, brandishing that SlasherSmile, while sauntering towards a panicking, desperate program, for you to know what he's about.
* EvilVersusEvil: When he's first shown meeting Pavel, he scowls at him menacingly and makes PuppyDogEyes at Gorn when she orders him to leave. This and Pavel's cold comment about him imply that Pavel had a hand in his initial crippling.
* GeniusBruiser: He seems to know his way around operating a disc and a code-disrupting memory bug.
* GutturalGrowler: Due to his condition, he only communicates in deep growls which sound double as an EvilLaugh.
%%* {{Jerkass}}
* KickTheDog: [[spoiler:Restraining Paige so he can implant a bug into her memory disc, which inflicts quite a bit of pain.]]
* [[spoiler:LaserGuidedKarma: He gets framed by Pavel and arrested by Tesler. The best part is how it turns out that Gorn - his boss - actually rewired ''his'' disc to allow for the frame-up.]]
* SlasherSmile: Enforced on him, allegedly to silence him. [[UncannyValley It doesn't change with the rest of his expression, either]].
* TopHeavyGuy: Compared to everyone else.

[[/folder]]

!!Other Major Villains

[[folder:C.L.U.]]
->Voiced by: Creator/FredTatasciore

Tesler's superior, an evil virtual copy of Kevin Flynn who currently rules the entire Grid.

Characters

[[folder:Rilo]]

* AdaptationalVillainy: His takeover was much more ambition-fueled in this series than in ''[[Film/TronLegacy Legacy]]''.
* BadassLongcoat: Usually seen wearing a long black greatcoat.
%%* ContemplativeBoss
* TheDreaded: ''Tesler'' is terrified of him. Considering [[YouHaveFailedMe the "order" Dyson jokingly threatened him with]], for good reason.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
* TheFaceless: We see his face in the flashbacks, however in his present day he wears the CollapsibleHelmet he wore at the beginning of ''Film/TronLegacy''. In "Scars, Part 2", we see him unmasked in the present.
* GreaterScopeVillain: He rarely get's in on the action himself, and it's his takeover that is the root of all the conflict of the series. He's the supreme Commander of the occupation, and all the villains answer to him. The end of season one seemed to be ready to subvert this by having him come and deal with the Argon personally.
* TheStoic: Also a lot more unflappable than his movie counterpart.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dyson]]
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->Voiced by: Creator/JohnGlover

Clu's highest-ranking officer, sent to spearhead the apprehension of the Renegade.

* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: The most powerful figure under CLU, and the only program other than Cyrus who seems to have any real chance of beating Tron one-on-one.
* BossInMookClothing: In style if nothing else. Dyson wears a custom version of the Black Guards' attire, a holdover from the days when he and the entire force operated as Tron's security team.
* BrokenPedestal: Mutually with Tron and Flynn.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: Seems to enjoy cultivating this image amongst the troops, if his odd behavior in Argon Plaza is any indication.
* ChairReveal: Dyson does this to Tesler, [[{{Troll}} with his own chair, no less.]]
* CharacterTics: Extremely fond of the ReverseArmFold.
%%* DeadpanSnarker
* TheDragon: Zigzagged. He's one to Clu, the GreaterScopeVillain, but he doesn't answer to Tesler, and he's enough of a threat on his own.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: His debut involves him cruising on his high-tech ship, smugly overriding the clearance directives at Argon's screening gate.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
* FaceHeelTurn: In his backstory.
* FacialHorror: That ''horrendous'' scar in his backstory. Later does the same to Tron out of sheer spite.
* FantasticRacism: Against [=ISOs=] in flashbacks, particularly because they're just ''there'', not serving some kind of function like every other program on the Grid. It's also hard not to see some of his talk about "perfection"
WeHardlyKnewYe: Swiftly derezzed five minutes after being program-supremacist even without relation to [=ISOs=].
* FauxAffablyEvil: He's usually lighthearted and playful, but he's also baiting other characters constantly.
* FluorescentFootprints: In the same manner as Rinzler in ''Film/TronLegacy'', Dyson can literally make this happen to find out where programs have been in an area.
* GoodScarsEvilScars: In his backstory, once he suffers such an injury, he turns ''much'' more antagonistic and anti-ISO. Clu eventually fixed him, though, so it doesn't apply in the present day.
* HeKnowsTooMuch: When Dyson reports to Clu on Tron's survival, Clu asks if anyone else knows. Dyson turns to Clu's guard and swiftly derezzes him, confirming that the two of them are now the only ones who do.
* {{Jerkass}}: Whether you're dealing with his snide patronization or the genuine bile beneath, it's unlikely any experiences with the man will be pleasant.
* KnightOfCerebus: He came in after Tesler's failure, the two episodes he figured in were easily the darkest in the series yet (involving torture and deliberate, revenge-driven murder), and it seems that he's also brought [[GreaterScopeVillain CLU]] into the plot at last. His introduction also paves the way for Cyrus, an even bigger KnightOfCerebus, to enter the story.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: In "The Stranger", he retreats when a disguised Tron jumps in to help Able. Being one of the few privy to the fact that Tron is alive, he probably put two and two together.
%%* KubrickStare: Often.
* LargeAndInCharge: Inverted. While not to the point of being TheNapoleon, he's only about average height amongst a mostly taller cast.
* LeanAndMean: Especially noticeable given how he's shorter than almost anyone he shares a scene with.
* NobleBigotWithABadge: Initially willing to shelve his prejudices against the [=ISOs=], but it all changed when he was injured.
* OffscreenTeleportation: In "The Stranger", Able is listening in on a conversation between Dyson and a Black Guard. He turns his head for a moment, only to find Dyson is gone when he turns back. Just as quickly, Dyson somehow ends up in front of him.
* OhCrap: Using his detection ability, he confidently follows Tron's footprints toward a familiar insignia obscured by steam in the distance... only to have this reaction upon realizing that the "symbol" is in fact four bombs set in a 'T' formation. To say nothing of his reaction when Tron undoes his helmet...
* ThePerfectionist: Shows something of an obsession not just with racial purity, but with physical health as well, mostly as a response to his old injury.
* PrettyBoy: Helps that he has one of the more realistic faces in the show.
* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: Was once Tron's right-hand man.
* TheQuisling: Unlike many other programs, Dyson was ''not'' re-purposed by Clu. He joined willingly, upon receiving proper treatment for his scar.
* ReverseArmFold: As noted above, his preferred state of repose.
* SlouchOfVillainy: Pulls this off on Tesler's throne, [[EvilerThanThou to cow him into obedience]].
* SmugSnake: He is a extremely competent soldier and leader, but he has a tendency to overestimate his abilities and underestimate his foes.
* SoftSpokenSadist: When he tortured Tron in the past, he was usually very calm and collected, even as he started escalating things.
* StartOfDarkness: He is shown as originally being an honorable soldier, fiercely loyal to Tron, who still has significant suspicion of [=ISOs=], but still tries to defend them. This changes when, right after Tron managed to calm things down between the [=ISOs=] and some protesters, an ISO apparently throws a disc at the programs (it's more likely this was a deliberate attempt to spark hostilities, but no one except Tron noticed). His face is horribly scarred in the ensuing melee. After the incident, he started to sympathize with [[FantasticRacism Clu's]] [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans ideals]]. Flynn's [[NeglectfulPrecursors nonchalant]] [[JerkassGods attitude]] toward his accident doesn't help, as well as Tron [[PoorCommunicationKills never even trying to show him the memory of the provoker]].
* StepfordSnarker: When no one else is in the room, Dyson's sarcasm is immediately replaced by sour, introspective silence.
* TortureTechnician: After Tron's defeat by CLU, he cripples Tron via code modification while Tron is strapped to a table and wide awake. And then needlessly scars Tron's face in the process.
* {{Troll}}: Pretended to relieve Tesler of command for no other reason than to mess with him.
* VillainousBreakdown: When he first discovers Tron is still alive, all he can do is yammer in disbelief and fear whilst he backs away from him. After Tron lets him live, he immediately leaves Argon to report to Clu of his newfound knowledge, and Tesler actually noticed he was ''scared'' as he left, which is a stark contrast to how he arrived.
* WhipItGood: Fights with a length of energy cord attached to his Disc.

[[/folder]]


[[folder:Cyrus]]
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->Voiced by: Creator/AaronPaul

A common guard working under Dyson, who expresses awe at Tron's incredible strength at Dyson torturing him. [[spoiler:Cyrus rescued Tron and faked his death, sparking the revolution against Clu's tyranny. After that, he was trained by Tron to become the first Renegade, but turned out far too extreme in his methods and was locked away as a result.]]

* AccidentalMisnaming: He doesn't like being called "Cy."
* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: He was Tron's first attempt to make a "Renegade", but it backfired horribly because he's far too extreme.
* BadassLongcoat: He starts wearing one in the same episode.
* DeathFakedForYou: He does this for Tron.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
%%* FallenHero
* {{Guyliner}}: When we finally see the guy without the helmet in present day.
* HiddenInPlainSight: His Tron symbol is always visible, but unless he crosses his arms, it just looks like nondescript squares on his forearms.
* HeroWorshipper: Possibly. He seems to be in awe when he is told the person Dyson is torturing is Tron.
* ItIsBeyondSaving: His opinion of the Grid under Clu.
* KnightOfCerebus: Secured the title of single biggest one in the series in '''two episodes'''. Whether he's plotting to annihilate the Grid or ruin the Renegade, when he shows up you ''know'' things have gotten bad.
* MirrorMonster: How he appeared while locked into his prison and g=dragged Beck inside.
* MookFaceTurn: In the backstory, though he unfortunately becomes his own kind of evil again soon after.
* NeverFoundTheBody: [[spoiler:Tron electrocutes him with his own bomb and throws him over the side of a ledge, when he looks down, the bomb is on the ground, and Cyrus is gone.]]
%%* OmnicidalManiac
* TheParagon: Technically, the Uprising that Tron is trying to bring about was Cyrus' idea, at least initially. When Tron falls dangerously close to giving in to revenge, the memories of Cyrus' words and actions (mirrored by Beck in the present) are what bring him back.
* SealedEvilInACan: He was sealed in his pocket dimension by Tron, since he posed too great a risk to the Grid to be left alone. He escapes at the end of "The Stranger".
* SlasherSmile: The first hint that he's not as good as he would have Beck believe.
* SlidingScaleOfFreeWillVsFate: He doesn't believe free will really exists, in contrast with Beck.
* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: "How's that? Even my pre-recorded hologram finds you predictable."
* ThereAreNoCoincidences: He firmly believes that everything happens for a reason, including meeting Beck.
* TronLines: He's absolutely covered in them, even on his skin. Beck actually mistakes him for an ISO at first glance. He didn't have them in flashbacks, which suggests something happened down the line.
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: When he arrives in Argon in "No Bounds", nobody questions or seems to take notice of his weird, line-covered appearance. As noted above, his appearance was the first thing Beck took note of.
* VillainByProxyFallacy: He's willing to annihilate the entirety of the Grid, based on the belief that ItIsBeyondSaving under Clu. Including all of the programs that have no involvement with Clu.
%%* WalkingSpoiler
* WallCrawl: He's able to walk on the walls and ceilings of his pocket dimension (and anything built within) as easily as the floor. He can't do it in the Grid proper, but still shows an uncanny amount of balance on thin surfaces.
* WellDoneSonGuy: Comes off as this toward Tron. [[spoiler:He wants to be recognized as Tron's true successor by Tron himself.]]
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!!The Resistance

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!!The Resistance
Uprising



[[folder:Cutler]]
[[quoteright:250:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cutler_8518.jpg]]
->Voiced by: Creator/LanceReddick

A veteran of the ISO wars and close ally of Beck. He left Argon to spread the word of Tron's survival, but was captured and repurposed at some point.

* BackForTheDead: In the final episode.
%%* BadassBaritone
* BadassBookworm: He's an aerodynamics specialist, and held his own in the arena. He admits that Beck is the better fighter, though.
* BlackBestFriend: To Beck.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: He was repurposed by Clu.
* DoomedByCanon: As soon as we saw that Iso symbol on his arm, we knew it wasn't going to end well.
* DyingAsYourself: [[spoiler:Subverted; after the IKnowYoureInThereSomewhereFight fails, Cutler's repurposed persona is firmly in control, and he dies a brainwashed, snarling, fanatical lunatic.]]
* FireForgedFriends: With Beck.
* FaceHeelTurn: As of "Terminal", he has been 'repurposed' by Clu.
* GeniusBruiser: He's introduced as an exceptional fighter and a trained former soldier, before his actual trade is made clear.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Implied to be his last free act. Beck grabs him, though, and the end result is [[ShootTheDog a lot more painful]].]]
-->'''Cutler:''' [[spoiler:I'm sorry, Beck. ''(falls over the railing)'']]
* HeroOfAnotherStory: He fought in the ISO Wars, before taking up his engineering programming.
* IKnowYoureInThereSomewhereFight: [[spoiler:Beck tries to get through to him after his repurposing. It works for a few moments, but the repurposing ultimately wins.]]
* MauveShirt: [[spoiler: He's this instead of being a major player, he showed up for 3 episodes to establish his character, and was killed in the third]].
* NumberTwo: Seems to have turned into one for Beck and his revolution, if he ever shows up again. [[spoiler: "Terminal" reveals he was just a [[DecoyProtagonist decoy protagonist]].]]
* ShootTheDog: [[spoiler:For Beck.]]

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[[folder:Cutler]]
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!!Able's Garage

[[folder:Able]]
[[quoteright:210:http://static.
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->Voiced by: Creator/LanceReddick

A veteran
Reginald [=VelJohnson=]

Beck's boss and the owner
of the ISO wars and close ally of Beck. namesake garage. He left Argon to spread reluctantly aids Tesler's army in the word absence of Tron's survival, any better option, but was captured and repurposed at some point.

* BackForTheDead: In
believes in the final episode.
%%* BadassBaritone
Renegade.

* BadassBookworm: He's an aerodynamics specialist, and held BadassGrandpa: A particular highlight is "The Stranger", where he holds his own in against a group of Black Guards.
%%* BadassMustache
%%* CoolOldGuy
* TheCollector: Fond of collecting old and/or rare items.
* HisNameIs: Comes close to [[spoiler:revealing
the arena. He admits identities of Beck and Cyrus]] to Mara and Zed, only to be stopped by the electric shock from a device he was holding, [[spoiler:then killed by the subsequent explosion of several energy canisters]].
%%* MentorOccupationalHazard
* ParentalSubstitute: Seems to be one to Beck, and possibly to the other programs in his employ.
** In "Grounded", he literally tries to [[YouAreGrounded ground]] Beck into staying at the garage.
** PapaWolf: As shown in "We Both Know How This Ends", [[spoiler:he's willing to stand up to Tron to keep Beck safe, fearing
that Beck's gonna get derezzed]].
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: No boss should ever allow Beck so many breaks. [[spoiler:This is because he knows
Beck is the better fighter, though.
* BlackBestFriend: To Beck.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: He was repurposed by Clu.
* DoomedByCanon: As soon as we saw that Iso symbol on his arm, we knew it wasn't going to end well.
* DyingAsYourself: [[spoiler:Subverted; after the IKnowYoureInThereSomewhereFight fails, Cutler's repurposed persona is firmly
Renegade, a fact he finally reveals in control, and he dies a brainwashed, snarling, fanatical lunatic."Grounded".]]
* FireForgedFriends: With Beck.
* FaceHeelTurn: As of "Terminal",
** He defends his employees whenever they're being harassed by the occupation, like when he has been 'repurposed' by Clu.
* GeniusBruiser: He's introduced
bluntly tells Paige that Beck's repair tool (which he carries as an exceptional fighter the Renegade) is standard issue for his employees and a trained former soldier, before his actual trade is made clear.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Implied to be his last free act. Beck grabs him, though, and
thus the end result is [[ShootTheDog Renegade probably stole one.
* SecretKeeper: [[spoiler:As of "Grounded", he's
a lot more painful]].straight example of this.]]
-->'''Cutler:''' [[spoiler:I'm sorry, Beck. ''(falls over the railing)'']]
* HeroOfAnotherStory: He fought in the ISO Wars, before taking up his engineering programming.
* IKnowYoureInThereSomewhereFight: [[spoiler:Beck tries to get through to him after his repurposing. It works for a few moments, but the repurposing ultimately wins.]]
* MauveShirt: [[spoiler: He's this instead of being a major player, he showed up for 3 episodes to establish his character, and was killed in the third]].
* NumberTwo: Seems to
SecretSecretKeeper:
--> [[spoiler:'''Able:''' What I
have turned into one for to say, I hoped I'd never have to say. So here goes. How did you become the Renegade?]]
** [[spoiler:On top of that, he knows Tron is alive and has been aiding him longer than
Beck and his revolution, if he ever shows up again. [[spoiler: "Terminal" reveals he was just a [[DecoyProtagonist decoy protagonist]].]]
* ShootTheDog: [[spoiler:For Beck.]]
has.]]



[[folder:Moog]]
[[quoteright:210:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Moog_2540.png]]
->Voiced by: Jamie Hector

* BlackBestFriend: To Rasket.
* DistressedDude: Along with Rasket, is captured and subjected to ColdBloodedTorture aboard Tesler's ship, requiring Beck and [[spoiler: Mara]] to come save them.
* GangOfHats: One member of the 'Jolly Tricksters' along with Rasket and [[spoiler: Mara]]. They paint their "TRON LIVES" 'free code' (AKA, graffiti) all over Argon, and disguise themselves via helmets decorated with pointy-toothed [[SlasherSmile slasher smiles]].
* InHarmsWay: At first. He says straight out that he and Rasket are defying the occupation primarily for the thrill of it.
* MeaningfulName: The Moog was one of the first music synthesyzers ever to hit commercial distribution. Wendy Carlos, composer for the first ''Film/{{Tron}}'' film used it extensively.
* OptOut: After their capture and near deresolution aboard Tesler's ship, he and Rasket decide that they're really not hero material.
* TooDumbToLive: [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by [[spoiler: Mara]] when Beck (as the Renegade) asks her [[WhatWereYouThinking what Moog and Rasket were thinking]] sneaking onto Tesler's ship to tag it with their 'free code'. Answer? "They weren't. I usually handle that part."

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[[folder:Moog]]
[[folder:Zed]]
[[quoteright:210:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Moog_2540.png]]
org/pmwiki/pub/images/Zed_5981.jpg]]
->Voiced by: Jamie Hector

Nate Corddry

A fellow employee of Beck. He has a grim view of the Renegade's exploits, believing his rebellion will ultimately cause more harm than good.

* BlackBestFriend: To Rasket.
* DistressedDude: Along with Rasket, is captured
ButtMonkey: Tricked by a thief at the club, constantly harassed by villains, and subjected had his bike jacked by the Renegade. And that's just the first four episodes.
* CannotTellAJoke: Highlighted in "We Both Know How This Ends", where nobody even understands the joke he keeps trying
to ColdBloodedTorture aboard Tesler's ship, requiring Beck and tell. We only hear the punchline: [[OrphanedPunchline "I'm sorry, but that's not energy you've been drinking.]]
* CharacterDevelopment: At first Zed resents if not outright hates the Renegade, however in the final episode he defends him in front of ''Mara'' (who was enamored by "Tron"). Also, at the end of the episode Zed is second only to Mara in his decision to
[[spoiler: Mara]] to come save them.
* GangOfHats: One member of the 'Jolly Tricksters' along with Rasket and [[spoiler: Mara]]. They paint their "TRON LIVES" 'free code' (AKA, graffiti) all over Argon, and disguise themselves via helmets decorated with pointy-toothed [[SlasherSmile slasher smiles]].
* InHarmsWay: At first. He says straight out that he and Rasket are defying the occupation primarily
stand up for the thrill of it.
Renegade, disc in hand]].
* MeaningfulName: The Moog was one of CommanderContrarian: Whenever the topic is on the Renegade, Zed is the first music synthesyzers ever to hit commercial distribution. Wendy Carlos, composer say something negative about him. Given Mara's pro-Renegade stance, however, he's been trying to dial it back as of late. [[spoiler:Inverted in "Terminal", where he is actually supportive of the Renegade while ''Mara'' has turned against him, thanks to Able's death.]]
%%* DeadpanSnarker
* GadgeteerGenius: He's capable of building a blisteringly fast lightcycle from scratch.
* HeelRealization: Zed goes through this when Mara calls him out on making a weapon that could potentially kill the Renegade. He sabotages it during the test so Paige will think he's incompetent and won't come back looking
for more.
* HeroStoleMyBike: Gets his bike jacked by
the first ''Film/{{Tron}}'' film used Renegade during a lightcycle race. [[spoiler:Beck finally returns it extensively.
in "State of Mind".]]
* OptOut: After their capture and near deresolution aboard Tesler's ship, JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Zed's insecurities get the better of him, causing him to act petty, ungrateful or boastful at times, but his goodness shines through when the situation calls for it, such as when he had to save Hopper from being crushed by debris, or when he went to investigate Mara's brainwashing all alone.
* JustFriends: With Mara, much to his annoyance.
* TheResenter: He hates the Renegade due mostly to a string of unintended negative consequences Beck's actions have on him.
* SaveTheVillain: In "Price of Power", he takes the time to help Hopper save Bartik. Later, in "The Reward",
he and Rasket decide that Mara try to save Hopper from being wrongly executed as the Renegade.
* SkewedPriorities: In "The Reward", [[spoiler:when Mara gets cut off during her apparent DyingDeclarationOfLove, Zed keeps trying to coax her into finishing. He does this even though more than half the time spent doing so is while
they're really not hero material.
* TooDumbToLive: [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]]
being shot at by [[spoiler: Mara]] when a missile launcher. He only gives up well after things have calmed down and Mara has a chance to act like it never happened]].
* TookALevelInBadass: He does at least ''try'' in "State of Mind". The fact that he's willing to mouth off to the Renegade is a plus, but he still spends most of the episode being a klutz. He does contribute his technical skill, since
Beck (as the Renegade) asks her [[WhatWereYouThinking what Moog and Rasket were thinking]] sneaking onto Tesler's ship to tag it with their 'free code'. Answer? "They weren't. I usually handle can't reveal his own training in that part."area.



[[folder:Rasket]]
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->Voiced by: Jack Huston

* AnArmAndALeg: Sorta. His right arm is rendered transparent as a result of Pavel's ColdBloodedTorture.
* BritishStuffiness: Speaks with a British accent and is portrayed as a stiff, somewhat pretentious artist.
* DistressedDude: Along with Moog, is captured and subjected to ColdBloodedTorture aboard Tesler's ship, requiring Beck and [[spoiler: Mara]] to come save them.
* GangOfHats: One member of the 'Jolly Tricksters' along with Moog and [[spoiler: Mara]]. They paint their "TRON LIVES" 'free code' (AKA, graffiti) all over Argon, and disguise themselves via helmets decorated with pointy-toothed [[SlasherSmile slasher smiles]].
* InHarmsWay: At first. In the beginning, he's primarily defying the occupation for the thrill of it, though [[DoingItForTheArt the simple chance to spread his 'free code' artwork]] is also a factor.
* ItIsPronouncedTroPAY: Keeps [[InsistentTerminology reminding everyone]] that his name is pronounced 'Ras-KAY'.
* OptOut: After their capture and near deresolution aboard Tesler's ship, he and Moog decide that they're really not hero material.
* TooDumbToLive: [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by [[spoiler: Mara]] when Beck (as the Renegade) asks her [[WhatWereYouThinking what Moog and Rasket were thinking]] sneaking onto Tesler's ship to tag it with their 'free code'. Answer? "They weren't. I usually handle that part."

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[[folder:Rasket]]
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[[folder:Mara]]
[[quoteright:210:http://static.
tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rasket_7857.png]]
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->Voiced by: Jack Huston

Music/MandyMoore

Zed's best friend. She's always there to keep him from getting in over his head or to bail him out when he already has.

%%* AnimeHair
* AnArmAndALeg: Sorta. His right arm is rendered transparent BewareTheNiceOnes: After Bartik and Hopper get the entire garage arrested as a result prisoners of Pavel's ColdBloodedTorture.
war out of spite, she threatens to derez them when she gets the chance.
* BritishStuffiness: Speaks DyingDeclarationOfLove: [[spoiler:She ''sounds'' like she was about to do this with a British accent and is portrayed as a stiff, somewhat pretentious artist.
Zed during their public execution. Beck saves them before she can finish, much to Zed's disappointment]].
* DistressedDude: Along EvilCostumeSwitch: A minor example. When BrainwashedAndCrazy in "State of Mind", she changes her hair color to orange.
* GenkiGirl: She's noticeably more upbeat than Zed or Beck.
* JumpedAtTheCall: [[spoiler:After Beck's battle
with Moog, is captured and subjected Tesler in "Grounded", she forms a team of graffiti artists to ColdBloodedTorture aboard Tesler's ship, requiring paint "Tron Lives" everywhere. When Beck and [[spoiler: Mara]] decides to come save them.
recruit them, her accomplices fold after a near-death experience, but she continues her work even after Beck decides to reject her.]]
* GangOfHats: One member LovesMyAlterEgo: Her discussion with Beck on "Tron's" attractiveness. "Tagged" kicks it up a notch.
* MoralityChain: To Zed. Whenever he starts to slide over to the bad guys' way of thinking, she's there to pull him back.
* TheReliableOne: Unsurprisingly, she's the only one
of the 'Jolly Tricksters' along with Moog and [[spoiler: Mara]]. They paint their "TRON LIVES" 'free code' (AKA, graffiti) all over Argon, and disguise themselves via helmets decorated with pointy-toothed [[SlasherSmile slasher smiles]].
* InHarmsWay: At first. In
main trio Able will trust to run the beginning, garage while he's primarily defying the occupation for the thrill of it, though [[DoingItForTheArt the simple chance away.
* SaveTheVillain: Tries
to spread his 'free code' artwork]] is also a factor.
* ItIsPronouncedTroPAY: Keeps [[InsistentTerminology reminding everyone]] that his name is pronounced 'Ras-KAY'.
* OptOut: After their capture and near deresolution aboard Tesler's ship, he and Moog decide that they're really not hero material.
* TooDumbToLive: [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by [[spoiler: Mara]] when Beck (as the Renegade) asks her [[WhatWereYouThinking what Moog and Rasket were thinking]] sneaking onto Tesler's ship to tag it
save Hopper with their 'free code'. Answer? "They weren't. I usually handle that part."Zed in "The Reward".
* SurvivorGuilt: [[spoiler:In "Terminal" following Able's death, which is redirected toward blaming the Renegade.]]
* TookALevelInBadass: In "Tagged". And again in "Terminal".
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Notable because other programs have black, brown, or grey hair or a mix among the three colors. "State of Mind" reveals it's digital hair dye, and comes in a wide variety of colors.



!!Able's Garage

[[folder:Able]]
[[quoteright:210:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Able_Uprising_2235.jpg]]
->Voiced by: Reginald [=VelJohnson=]

Beck's boss and the owner of the namesake garage. He reluctantly aids Tesler's army in the absence of any better option, but believes in the Renegade.

* BadassGrandpa: A particular highlight is "The Stranger", where he holds his own against a group of Black Guards.
%%* BadassMustache
%%* CoolOldGuy
* TheCollector: Fond of collecting old and/or rare items.
* HisNameIs: Comes close to [[spoiler:revealing the identities of Beck and Cyrus]] to Mara and Zed, only to be stopped by the electric shock from a device he was holding, [[spoiler:then killed by the subsequent explosion of several energy canisters]].
%%* MentorOccupationalHazard
* ParentalSubstitute: Seems to be one to Beck, and possibly to the other programs in his employ.
** In "Grounded", he literally tries to [[YouAreGrounded ground]] Beck into staying at the garage.
** PapaWolf: As shown in "We Both Know How This Ends", [[spoiler:he's willing to stand up to Tron to keep Beck safe, fearing that Beck's gonna get derezzed]].
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: No boss should ever allow Beck so many breaks. [[spoiler:This is because he knows Beck is the Renegade, a fact he finally reveals in "Grounded".]]
** He defends his employees whenever they're being harassed by the occupation, like when he bluntly tells Paige that Beck's repair tool (which he carries as the Renegade) is standard issue for his employees and thus the Renegade probably stole one.
* SecretKeeper: [[spoiler:As of "Grounded", he's a straight example of this.]]
* SecretSecretKeeper:
--> [[spoiler:'''Able:''' What I have to say, I hoped I'd never have to say. So here goes. How did you become the Renegade?]]
** [[spoiler:On top of that, he knows Tron is alive and has been aiding him longer than Beck has.]]

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!!Able's Garage

[[folder:Able]]
[[quoteright:210:http://static.
[[folder:Bodhi]]
[[quoteright:341:http://static.
tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Able_Uprising_2235.jpg]]
->Voiced by: Reginald [=VelJohnson=]

org/pmwiki/pub/images/bodhi_1138.png]]
Beck's boss and the owner of the namesake garage. best friend. He reluctantly aids Tesler's army in the absence of any better option, but believes in the Renegade.

* BadassGrandpa: A particular highlight is "The Stranger", where he holds
gave Beck his own against modified repair tool.

%%* DeathByOriginStory
* DoNotTauntCthulhu: Mouthing off to
a group of Black Guards.
%%* BadassMustache
%%* CoolOldGuy
* TheCollector: Fond of collecting old and/or rare items.
* HisNameIs: Comes close to [[spoiler:revealing
Guard wasn't the identities of brightest idea.
* FriendlyRivalry: He's introduced trying to get Beck to finish fixing a bike so they can have a disc rematch.
* HotBlooded: If his eagerness to spar with
Beck and Cyrus]] his anger when standing up to Mara and Zed, only to be stopped by the electric shock from a device he was holding, [[spoiler:then guards is anything to go off of.
* TheGenericGuy: Not that his limited screentime before being
killed by the subsequent explosion gives him much of several energy canisters]].
a chance to shine.
%%* MentorOccupationalHazard
* ParentalSubstitute: Seems to be one to Beck, and possibly to the other programs in his employ.
** In "Grounded", he literally tries to [[YouAreGrounded ground]] Beck into staying at the garage.
** PapaWolf: As shown in "We Both Know How This Ends", [[spoiler:he's willing to stand up to Tron to keep Beck safe, fearing that Beck's gonna get derezzed]].
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: No boss should ever allow Beck so many breaks. [[spoiler:This is because he knows Beck is the Renegade, a fact he finally reveals in "Grounded".]]
** He defends his employees whenever they're being harassed by the occupation, like when he bluntly tells Paige that Beck's repair tool (which he carries as the Renegade) is standard issue for his employees and thus the Renegade probably stole one.
* SecretKeeper: [[spoiler:As of "Grounded", he's a straight example of this.]]
* SecretSecretKeeper:
--> [[spoiler:'''Able:''' What I have to say, I hoped I'd never have to say. So here goes. How did you become the Renegade?]]
** [[spoiler:On top of that, he knows Tron is alive and has been aiding him longer than Beck has.]]
SacrificialLamb
%%* SkunkStripe



[[folder:Zed]]
[[quoteright:210:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Zed_5981.jpg]]
->Voiced by: Nate Corddry

A fellow employee of Beck. He has a grim view of the Renegade's exploits, believing his rebellion will ultimately cause more harm than good.

* ButtMonkey: Tricked by a thief at the club, constantly harassed by villains, and had his bike jacked by the Renegade. And that's just the first four episodes.
* CannotTellAJoke: Highlighted in "We Both Know How This Ends", where nobody even understands the joke he keeps trying to tell. We only hear the punchline: [[OrphanedPunchline "I'm sorry, but that's not energy you've been drinking.]]
* CharacterDevelopment: At first Zed resents if not outright hates the Renegade, however in the final episode he defends him in front of ''Mara'' (who was enamored by "Tron"). Also, at the end of the episode Zed is second only to Mara in his decision to [[spoiler: stand up for the Renegade, disc in hand]].
* CommanderContrarian: Whenever the topic is on the Renegade, Zed is the first to say something negative about him. Given Mara's pro-Renegade stance, however, he's been trying to dial it back as of late. [[spoiler:Inverted in "Terminal", where he is actually supportive of the Renegade while ''Mara'' has turned against him, thanks to Able's death.]]
%%* DeadpanSnarker
* GadgeteerGenius: He's capable of building a blisteringly fast lightcycle from scratch.
* HeelRealization: Zed goes through this when Mara calls him out on making a weapon that could potentially kill the Renegade. He sabotages it during the test so Paige will think he's incompetent and won't come back looking for more.
* HeroStoleMyBike: Gets his bike jacked by the Renegade during a lightcycle race. [[spoiler:Beck finally returns it in "State of Mind".]]
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Zed's insecurities get the better of him, causing him to act petty, ungrateful or boastful at times, but his goodness shines through when the situation calls for it, such as when he had to save Hopper from being crushed by debris, or when he went to investigate Mara's brainwashing all alone.
* JustFriends: With Mara, much to his annoyance.
* TheResenter: He hates the Renegade due mostly to a string of unintended negative consequences Beck's actions have on him.
* SaveTheVillain: In "Price of Power", he takes the time to help Hopper save Bartik. Later, in "The Reward", he and Mara try to save Hopper from being wrongly executed as the Renegade.
* SkewedPriorities: In "The Reward", [[spoiler:when Mara gets cut off during her apparent DyingDeclarationOfLove, Zed keeps trying to coax her into finishing. He does this even though more than half the time spent doing so is while they're being shot at by a missile launcher. He only gives up well after things have calmed down and Mara has a chance to act like it never happened]].
* TookALevelInBadass: He does at least ''try'' in "State of Mind". The fact that he's willing to mouth off to the Renegade is a plus, but he still spends most of the episode being a klutz. He does contribute his technical skill, since Beck can't reveal his own training in that area.

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[[folder:Zed]]
[[quoteright:210:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Zed_5981.jpg]]
[[folder:Link]]
->Voiced by: Nate Corddry

David Arquette

A fellow employee program who works at the Garage.

* TheDitz: Kind
of Beck. He slow and scatterbrained, but it has paid off. When the garage had to fix some malfunctioning tanks, he accidentally got through the corrupted programing, having it fire and blow through a grim view wall. Mara uses this accident to find out how to fix them.
* HeroicBystander: [[spoiler:He stands behind Mara with the rest
of the Renegade's exploits, believing his rebellion will ultimately cause more harm than good.

* ButtMonkey: Tricked by a thief at the club, constantly harassed by villains, and had his bike jacked by the Renegade. And that's just the first four episodes.
* CannotTellAJoke: Highlighted in "We Both Know How This Ends", where nobody even understands the joke he keeps trying to tell. We only hear the punchline: [[OrphanedPunchline "I'm sorry, but that's not energy you've been drinking.
garage when she goes against Pavel.]]
* CharacterDevelopment: At first Zed resents if not outright hates the Renegade, however in the final episode he defends TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: Subverted. When Able charges him in front of ''Mara'' (who was enamored by "Tron"). Also, with keeping Beck at the end of the episode Zed is second only garage, he anticipates Beck's attempt to Mara in his decision to [[spoiler: stand up for the Renegade, disc in hand]].
* CommanderContrarian: Whenever the topic is on the Renegade, Zed is the first to say something negative about him. Given Mara's pro-Renegade stance, however, he's been trying to dial it back as of late. [[spoiler:Inverted in "Terminal", where
leave. However, Link then admits he is actually supportive of the Renegade while ''Mara'' has turned against him, thanks to Able's death.]]
%%* DeadpanSnarker
* GadgeteerGenius: He's capable of building a blisteringly fast lightcycle from scratch.
* HeelRealization: Zed goes through
can't really stop Beck, and knows that this when Mara calls him out on making a weapon that could potentially kill might be the Renegade. He sabotages it during last chance Beck has to see the test so Paige will think he's incompetent and won't come back looking for more.
Renegade.
* HeroStoleMyBike: Gets his bike Beck jacked by the Renegade during a lightcycle race. [[spoiler:Beck finally returns it in "State of Mind".]]
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Zed's insecurities get the better of him, causing him to act petty, ungrateful or boastful at times, but his goodness shines through when the situation calls for it, such as when
Roadster he had to save Hopper from being crushed by debris, or when he went to investigate Mara's brainwashing all alone.
* JustFriends: With Mara, much to his annoyance.
* TheResenter: He hates the Renegade due mostly to a string of unintended negative consequences Beck's actions have on him.
* SaveTheVillain: In "Price of Power", he takes the time to help Hopper save Bartik. Later,
won in "The Reward", he Reward".
* MauveShirt: One of the few workers named outside of the main cast,
and Mara try to save Hopper from being wrongly executed as the Renegade.
* SkewedPriorities: In
he's even given secondary roles sometimes.
%%* NonActionGuy
%%* UnwittingPawn: Of Pavel in
"The Reward", [[spoiler:when Mara gets cut off during her apparent DyingDeclarationOfLove, Zed keeps trying to coax her into finishing. He does this even though more than half the time spent doing so is while they're being shot at by a missile launcher. He only gives up well after things have calmed down and Mara has a chance to act like it never happened]].
* TookALevelInBadass: He does at least ''try'' in "State of Mind". The fact that he's willing to mouth off to the Renegade is a plus, but he still spends most of the episode being a klutz. He does contribute his technical skill, since Beck can't reveal his own training in that area.
Reward".



[[folder:Mara]]
[[quoteright:210:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Mara_Uprising_33.jpg]]
->Voiced by: Music/MandyMoore

Zed's best friend. She's always there to keep him from getting in over his head or to bail him out when he already has.

%%* AnimeHair
* BewareTheNiceOnes: After Bartik and Hopper get the entire garage arrested as prisoners of war out of spite, she threatens to derez them when she gets the chance.
* DyingDeclarationOfLove: [[spoiler:She ''sounds'' like she was about to do this with Zed during their public execution. Beck saves them before she can finish, much to Zed's disappointment]].
* EvilCostumeSwitch: A minor example. When BrainwashedAndCrazy in "State of Mind", she changes her hair color to orange.
* GenkiGirl: She's noticeably more upbeat than Zed or Beck.
* JumpedAtTheCall: [[spoiler:After Beck's battle with Tesler in "Grounded", she forms a team of graffiti artists to paint "Tron Lives" everywhere. When Beck decides to recruit them, her accomplices fold after a near-death experience, but she continues her work even after Beck decides to reject her.]]
* LovesMyAlterEgo: Her discussion with Beck on "Tron's" attractiveness. "Tagged" kicks it up a notch.
* MoralityChain: To Zed. Whenever he starts to slide over to the bad guys' way of thinking, she's there to pull him back.
* TheReliableOne: Unsurprisingly, she's the only one of the main trio Able will trust to run the garage while he's away.
* SaveTheVillain: Tries to save Hopper with Zed in "The Reward".
* SurvivorGuilt: [[spoiler:In "Terminal" following Able's death, which is redirected toward blaming the Renegade.]]
* TookALevelInBadass: In "Tagged". And again in "Terminal".
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Notable because other programs have black, brown, or grey hair or a mix among the three colors. "State of Mind" reveals it's digital hair dye, and comes in a wide variety of colors.

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[[folder:Mara]]
[[quoteright:210:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Mara_Uprising_33.jpg]]
[[folder:Dash]]
->Voiced by: Music/MandyMoore

Zed's best friend. She's always there to keep him from getting in over his head or to bail him out when he already has.

%%* AnimeHair
Chris Klein

A Program who works at the garage.

* BewareTheNiceOnes: After Bartik HeroicBystander: [[spoiler:He and Hopper get Copper stand with Mara and the entire rest of the garage arrested as prisoners of war out of spite, she threatens to derez them when she gets the chance.
* DyingDeclarationOfLove: [[spoiler:She ''sounds'' like she was about to do this with Zed during their public execution. Beck saves them before she can finish, much to Zed's disappointment]].
* EvilCostumeSwitch: A minor example. When BrainwashedAndCrazy in "State of Mind", she changes her hair color to orange.
* GenkiGirl: She's noticeably more upbeat than Zed or Beck.
* JumpedAtTheCall: [[spoiler:After Beck's battle with Tesler in "Grounded", she forms a team of graffiti artists to paint "Tron Lives" everywhere. When Beck decides to recruit them, her accomplices fold after a near-death experience, but she continues her work even after Beck decides to reject her.
against Pavel.]]
* LovesMyAlterEgo: Her discussion with Beck on "Tron's" attractiveness. "Tagged" kicks it up a notch.
* MoralityChain: To Zed. Whenever
JerkWithAHeartOfGold: When Mara is in charge, he starts tries to slide over to wiggle out of work, and undermines her authority when Pavel gives them the bad guys' way of thinking, she's there deadline to pull him back.
* TheReliableOne: Unsurprisingly, she's
fix the sabotaged tanks. However, he was only one of the main trio Able will trust trying to run the garage while get everyone out alive, and when Mara figures out a plan, he swiftly falls into line behind her.
** In an earlier episode, when he and Copper found Able, they immediately got him inside to treat his injuries.
* MauveShirt: Not as prominent as Link, but
he's away.
fairly commonplace in the garage.
* SaveTheVillain: TheSlacker: Tries to save Hopper get off work with Zed Copper when Mara's in "The Reward".
* SurvivorGuilt: [[spoiler:In "Terminal" following Able's death, which is redirected toward blaming the Renegade.]]
* TookALevelInBadass: In "Tagged". And again in "Terminal".
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Notable because other programs have black, brown, or grey hair or a mix among the three colors. "State of Mind" reveals it's digital hair dye, and comes in a wide variety of colors.
charge.
%%* ThoseTwoGuys: With Copper.




[[folder:Bodhi]]
[[quoteright:341:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/bodhi_1138.png]]
Beck's best friend. He gave Beck his modified repair tool.

%%* DeathByOriginStory
* DoNotTauntCthulhu: Mouthing off to a Black Guard wasn't the brightest idea.
* FriendlyRivalry: He's introduced trying to get Beck to finish fixing a bike so they can have a disc rematch.
* HotBlooded: If his eagerness to spar with Beck and his anger when standing up to the guards is anything to go off of.
* TheGenericGuy: Not that his limited screentime before being killed gives him much of a chance to shine.
%%* SacrificialLamb
%%* SkunkStripe

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\n[[folder:Bodhi]]\n[[quoteright:341:http://static.!!Allies

[[folder:Cutler]]
[[quoteright:250:http://static.
tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/bodhi_1138.png]]
Beck's best friend.
org/pmwiki/pub/images/cutler_8518.jpg]]
->Voiced by: Creator/LanceReddick

A veteran of the ISO wars and close ally of Beck.
He gave left Argon to spread the word of Tron's survival, but was captured and repurposed at some point.

* BackForTheDead: In the final episode.
%%* BadassBaritone
* BadassBookworm: He's an aerodynamics specialist, and held his own in the arena. He admits that
Beck is the better fighter, though.
* BlackBestFriend: To Beck.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: He was repurposed by Clu.
* DoomedByCanon: As soon as we saw that Iso symbol on
his modified repair tool.

%%* DeathByOriginStory
* DoNotTauntCthulhu: Mouthing off to a Black Guard
arm, we knew it wasn't going to end well.
* DyingAsYourself: [[spoiler:Subverted; after
the brightest idea.
IKnowYoureInThereSomewhereFight fails, Cutler's repurposed persona is firmly in control, and he dies a brainwashed, snarling, fanatical lunatic.]]
* FriendlyRivalry: FireForgedFriends: With Beck.
* FaceHeelTurn: As of "Terminal", he has been 'repurposed' by Clu.
* GeniusBruiser:
He's introduced trying as an exceptional fighter and a trained former soldier, before his actual trade is made clear.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Implied to be his last free act. Beck grabs him, though, and the end result is [[ShootTheDog a lot more painful]].]]
-->'''Cutler:''' [[spoiler:I'm sorry, Beck. ''(falls over the railing)'']]
* HeroOfAnotherStory: He fought in the ISO Wars, before taking up his engineering programming.
* IKnowYoureInThereSomewhereFight: [[spoiler:Beck tries
to get Beck through to finish fixing him after his repurposing. It works for a bike so they can few moments, but the repurposing ultimately wins.]]
* MauveShirt: [[spoiler: He's this instead of being a major player, he showed up for 3 episodes to establish his character, and was killed in the third]].
* NumberTwo: Seems to
have a disc rematch.
* HotBlooded: If his eagerness to spar with
turned into one for Beck and his anger when standing revolution, if he ever shows up to the guards is anything to go off of.
again. [[spoiler: "Terminal" reveals he was just a [[DecoyProtagonist decoy protagonist]].]]
* TheGenericGuy: Not that his limited screentime before being killed gives him much of a chance to shine.
%%* SacrificialLamb
%%* SkunkStripe
ShootTheDog: [[spoiler:For Beck.]]



[[folder:Link]]
->Voiced by: David Arquette

A program who works at the Garage.

* TheDitz: Kind of slow and scatterbrained, but it has paid off. When the garage had to fix some malfunctioning tanks, he accidentally got through the corrupted programing, having it fire and blow through a wall. Mara uses this accident to find out how to fix them.
* HeroicBystander: [[spoiler:He stands behind Mara with the rest of the garage when she goes against Pavel.]]
* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: Subverted. When Able charges him with keeping Beck at the garage, he anticipates Beck's attempt to leave. However, Link then admits he can't really stop Beck, and knows that this might be the last chance Beck has to see the Renegade.
* HeroStoleMyBike: Beck jacked the Roadster he won in "The Reward".
* MauveShirt: One of the few workers named outside of the main cast, and he's even given secondary roles sometimes.
%%* NonActionGuy
%%* UnwittingPawn: Of Pavel in "The Reward".

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[[folder:Link]]
[[folder:Moog]]
[[quoteright:210:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Moog_2540.png]]
->Voiced by: David Arquette

A program who works at the Garage.

Jamie Hector

* TheDitz: Kind of slow BlackBestFriend: To Rasket.
* DistressedDude: Along with Rasket, is captured
and scatterbrained, but it has paid off. When the garage had subjected to fix some malfunctioning tanks, he accidentally got through the corrupted programing, having it fire ColdBloodedTorture aboard Tesler's ship, requiring Beck and blow through a wall. Mara uses this accident [[spoiler: Mara]] to find out how to fix come save them.
* HeroicBystander: [[spoiler:He stands behind Mara with the rest GangOfHats: One member of the garage when she goes against Pavel.]]
* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: Subverted. When Able charges him
'Jolly Tricksters' along with keeping Beck at Rasket and [[spoiler: Mara]]. They paint their "TRON LIVES" 'free code' (AKA, graffiti) all over Argon, and disguise themselves via helmets decorated with pointy-toothed [[SlasherSmile slasher smiles]].
* InHarmsWay: At first. He says straight out that he and Rasket are defying
the garage, occupation primarily for the thrill of it.
* MeaningfulName: The Moog was one of the first music synthesyzers ever to hit commercial distribution. Wendy Carlos, composer for the first ''Film/{{Tron}}'' film used it extensively.
* OptOut: After their capture and near deresolution aboard Tesler's ship,
he anticipates Beck's attempt to leave. However, Link then admits he can't and Rasket decide that they're really stop Beck, not hero material.
* TooDumbToLive: [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by [[spoiler: Mara]] when Beck (as the Renegade) asks her [[WhatWereYouThinking what Moog
and knows Rasket were thinking]] sneaking onto Tesler's ship to tag it with their 'free code'. Answer? "They weren't. I usually handle that this might be the last chance Beck has to see the Renegade.
* HeroStoleMyBike: Beck jacked the Roadster he won in "The Reward".
* MauveShirt: One of the few workers named outside of the main cast, and he's even given secondary roles sometimes.
%%* NonActionGuy
%%* UnwittingPawn: Of Pavel in "The Reward".
part."



[[folder:Dash]]
->Voiced by: Chris Klein

A Program who works at the garage.

* HeroicBystander: [[spoiler:He and Copper stand with Mara and the rest of the garage against Pavel.]]
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: When Mara is in charge, he tries to wiggle out of work, and undermines her authority when Pavel gives them the deadline to fix the sabotaged tanks. However, he was only trying to get everyone out alive, and when Mara figures out a plan, he swiftly falls into line behind her.
** In an earlier episode, when he and Copper found Able, they immediately got him inside to treat his injuries.
* MauveShirt: Not as prominent as Link, but he's fairly commonplace in the garage.
* TheSlacker: Tries to get off work with Copper when Mara's in charge.
%%* ThoseTwoGuys: With Copper.

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[[folder:Dash]]
[[folder:Rasket]]
[[quoteright:127:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rasket_7857.png]]
->Voiced by: Chris Klein

A Program who works at the garage.

Jack Huston

* HeroicBystander: [[spoiler:He and Copper stand AnArmAndALeg: Sorta. His right arm is rendered transparent as a result of Pavel's ColdBloodedTorture.
* BritishStuffiness: Speaks
with Mara a British accent and the rest is portrayed as a stiff, somewhat pretentious artist.
* DistressedDude: Along with Moog, is captured and subjected to ColdBloodedTorture aboard Tesler's ship, requiring Beck and [[spoiler: Mara]] to come save them.
* GangOfHats: One member
of the garage against Pavel.]]
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: When Mara is in charge, he tries to wiggle out of work,
'Jolly Tricksters' along with Moog and undermines her authority when Pavel gives them [[spoiler: Mara]]. They paint their "TRON LIVES" 'free code' (AKA, graffiti) all over Argon, and disguise themselves via helmets decorated with pointy-toothed [[SlasherSmile slasher smiles]].
* InHarmsWay: At first. In
the deadline to fix the sabotaged tanks. However, he was only trying to get everyone out alive, and when Mara figures out a plan, he swiftly falls into line behind her.
** In an earlier episode, when he and Copper found Able, they immediately got him inside to treat his injuries.
* MauveShirt: Not as prominent as Link, but
beginning, he's fairly commonplace in primarily defying the garage.
* TheSlacker: Tries
occupation for the thrill of it, though [[DoingItForTheArt the simple chance to get off work spread his 'free code' artwork]] is also a factor.
* ItIsPronouncedTroPAY: Keeps [[InsistentTerminology reminding everyone]] that his name is pronounced 'Ras-KAY'.
* OptOut: After their capture and near deresolution aboard Tesler's ship, he and Moog decide that they're really not hero material.
* TooDumbToLive: [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by [[spoiler: Mara]] when Beck (as the Renegade) asks her [[WhatWereYouThinking what Moog and Rasket were thinking]] sneaking onto Tesler's ship to tag it
with Copper when Mara's in charge.
%%* ThoseTwoGuys: With Copper.
their 'free code'. Answer? "They weren't. I usually handle that part."



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%%*BadBoss
%%* {{Jerkass}}
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!!Purgos

[[folder:Kobol's Gang]]




[[folder:Gage]]

%%*BadBoss
%%* {{Jerkass}}
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[[folder:Cyrus]]
[[quoteright:259:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cyrus_5263.png]]
[[caption-width-right:259:[[labelnote:Click here to see pre-tattoo Cyrus]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cyrus_2_4722.jpg[[/labelnote]]]]
->Voiced by: Creator/AaronPaul

A common guard working under Dyson, who expresses awe at Tron's incredible strength at Dyson torturing him. [[spoiler:Cyrus rescued Tron and faked his death, sparking the revolution against Clu's tyranny. After that, he was trained by Tron to become the first Renegade, but turned out far too extreme in his methods and was locked away as a result.]]

* AccidentalMisnaming: He doesn't like being called "Cy."
* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: He was Tron's first attempt to make a "Renegade", but it backfired horribly because he's far too extreme.
* BadassLongcoat: He starts wearing one in the same episode.
* DeathFakedForYou: He does this for Tron.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
%%* FallenHero
* {{Guyliner}}: When we finally see the guy without the helmet in present day.
* HiddenInPlainSight: His Tron symbol is always visible, but unless he crosses his arms, it just looks like nondescript squares on his forearms.
* HeroWorshipper: Possibly. He seems to be in awe when he is told the person Dyson is torturing is Tron.
* ItIsBeyondSaving: His opinion of the Grid under Clu.
* KnightOfCerebus: Secured the title of single biggest one in the series in '''two episodes'''. Whether he's plotting to annihilate the Grid or ruin the Renegade, when he shows up you ''know'' things have gotten bad.
* MirrorMonster: How he appeared while locked into his prison and g=dragged Beck inside.
* MookFaceTurn: In the backstory, though he unfortunately becomes his own kind of evil again soon after.
* NeverFoundTheBody: [[spoiler:Tron electrocutes him with his own bomb and throws him over the side of a ledge, when he looks down, the bomb is on the ground, and Cyrus is gone.]]
%%* OmnicidalManiac
* TheParagon: Technically, the Uprising that Tron is trying to bring about was Cyrus' idea, at least initially. When Tron falls dangerously close to giving in to revenge, the memories of Cyrus' words and actions (mirrored by Beck in the present) are what bring him back.
* SealedEvilInACan: He was sealed in his pocket dimension by Tron, since he posed too great a risk to the Grid to be left alone. He escapes at the end of "The Stranger".
* SlasherSmile: The first hint that he's not as good as he would have Beck believe.
* SlidingScaleOfFreeWillVsFate: He doesn't believe free will really exists, in contrast with Beck.
* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: "How's that? Even my pre-recorded hologram finds you predictable."
* ThereAreNoCoincidences: He firmly believes that everything happens for a reason, including meeting Beck.
* TronLines: He's absolutely covered in them, even on his skin. Beck actually mistakes him for an ISO at first glance. He didn't have them in flashbacks, which suggests something happened down the line.
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: When he arrives in Argon in "No Bounds", nobody questions or seems to take notice of his weird, line-covered appearance. As noted above, his appearance was the first thing Beck took note of.
* VillainByProxyFallacy: He's willing to annihilate the entirety of the Grid, based on the belief that ItIsBeyondSaving under Clu. Including all of the programs that have no involvement with Clu.
%%* WalkingSpoiler
* WallCrawl: He's able to walk on the walls and ceilings of his pocket dimension (and anything built within) as easily as the floor. He can't do it in the Grid proper, but still shows an uncanny amount of balance on thin surfaces.
* WellDoneSonGuy: Comes off as this toward Tron. [[spoiler:He wants to be recognized as Tron's true successor by Tron himself.]]
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->Voiced by: Creator/AaronPaul

A common guard working under Dyson, who expresses awe at Tron's incredible strength at Dyson torturing him. [[spoiler:Cyrus rescued Tron and faked his death, sparking the revolution against Clu's tyranny. After that, he was trained by Tron to become the first Renegade, but turned out far too extreme in his methods and was locked away as a result.]]

* AccidentalMisnaming: He doesn't like being called "Cy."
* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: He was Tron's first attempt to make a "Renegade", but it backfired horribly because he's far too extreme.
* BadassLongcoat: He starts wearing one in the same episode.
* DeathFakedForYou: He does this for Tron.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
%%* FallenHero
* {{Guyliner}}: When we finally see the guy without the helmet in present day.
* HiddenInPlainSight: His Tron symbol is always visible, but unless he crosses his arms, it just looks like nondescript squares on his forearms.
* HeroWorshipper: Possibly. He seems to be in awe when he is told the person Dyson is torturing is Tron.
* ItIsBeyondSaving: His opinion of the Grid under Clu.
* KnightOfCerebus: Secured the title of single biggest one in the series in '''two episodes'''. Whether he's plotting to annihilate the Grid or ruin the Renegade, when he shows up you ''know'' things have gotten bad.
* MirrorMonster: How he appeared while locked into his prison and g=dragged Beck inside.
* MookFaceTurn: In the backstory, though he unfortunately becomes his own kind of evil again soon after.
* NeverFoundTheBody: [[spoiler:Tron electrocutes him with his own bomb and throws him over the side of a ledge, when he looks down, the bomb is on the ground, and Cyrus is gone.]]
%%* OmnicidalManiac
* TheParagon: Technically, the Uprising that Tron is trying to bring about was Cyrus' idea, at least initially. When Tron falls dangerously close to giving in to revenge, the memories of Cyrus' words and actions (mirrored by Beck in the present) are what bring him back.
* SealedEvilInACan: He was sealed in his pocket dimension by Tron, since he posed too great a risk to the Grid to be left alone. He escapes at the end of "The Stranger".
* SlasherSmile: The first hint that he's not as good as he would have Beck believe.
* SlidingScaleOfFreeWillVsFate: He doesn't believe free will really exists, in contrast with Beck.
* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: "How's that? Even my pre-recorded hologram finds you predictable."
* ThereAreNoCoincidences: He firmly believes that everything happens for a reason, including meeting Beck.
* TronLines: He's absolutely covered in them, even on his skin. Beck actually mistakes him for an ISO at first glance. He didn't have them in flashbacks, which suggests something happened down the line.
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: When he arrives in Argon in "No Bounds", nobody questions or seems to take notice of his weird, line-covered appearance. As noted above, his appearance was the first thing Beck took note of.
* VillainByProxyFallacy: He's willing to annihilate the entirety of the Grid, based on the belief that ItIsBeyondSaving under Clu. Including all of the programs that have no involvement with Clu.
%%* WalkingSpoiler
* WallCrawl: He's able to walk on the walls and ceilings of his pocket dimension (and anything built within) as easily as the floor. He can't do it in the Grid proper, but still shows an uncanny amount of balance on thin surfaces.
* WellDoneSonGuy: Comes off as this toward Tron. [[spoiler:He wants to be recognized as Tron's true successor by Tron himself.]]
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[[folder:Cyrus]]
[[quoteright:259:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cyrus_5263.png]]
[[caption-width-right:259:[[labelnote:Click here to see pre-tattoo Cyrus]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cyrus_2_4722.jpg[[/labelnote]]]]
->Voiced by: Creator/AaronPaul

A common guard working under Dyson, who expresses awe at Tron's incredible strength at Dyson torturing him. [[spoiler:Cyrus rescued Tron and faked his death, sparking the revolution against Clu's tyranny. After that, he was trained by Tron to become the first Renegade, but turned out far too extreme in his methods and was locked away as a result.]]

* AccidentalMisnaming: He doesn't like being called "Cy."
* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: He was Tron's first attempt to make a "Renegade", but it backfired horribly because he's far too extreme.
* BadassLongcoat: He starts wearing one in the same episode.
* DeathFakedForYou: He does this for Tron.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
%%* FallenHero
* {{Guyliner}}: When we finally see the guy without the helmet in present day.
* HiddenInPlainSight: His Tron symbol is always visible, but unless he crosses his arms, it just looks like nondescript squares on his forearms.
* HeroWorshipper: Possibly. He seems to be in awe when he is told the person Dyson is torturing is Tron.
* ItIsBeyondSaving: His opinion of the Grid under Clu.
* KnightOfCerebus: Secured the title of single biggest one in the series in '''two episodes'''. Whether he's plotting to annihilate the Grid or ruin the Renegade, when he shows up you ''know'' things have gotten bad.
* MirrorMonster: How he appeared while locked into his prison and g=dragged Beck inside.
* MookFaceTurn: In the backstory, though he unfortunately becomes his own kind of evil again soon after.
* NeverFoundTheBody: [[spoiler:Tron electrocutes him with his own bomb and throws him over the side of a ledge, when he looks down, the bomb is on the ground, and Cyrus is gone.]]
%%* OmnicidalManiac
* TheParagon: Technically, the Uprising that Tron is trying to bring about was Cyrus' idea, at least initially. When Tron falls dangerously close to giving in to revenge, the memories of Cyrus' words and actions (mirrored by Beck in the present) are what bring him back.
* SealedEvilInACan: He was sealed in his pocket dimension by Tron, since he posed too great a risk to the Grid to be left alone. He escapes at the end of "The Stranger".
* SlasherSmile: The first hint that he's not as good as he would have Beck believe.
* SlidingScaleOfFreeWillVsFate: He doesn't believe free will really exists, in contrast with Beck.
* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: "How's that? Even my pre-recorded hologram finds you predictable."
* ThereAreNoCoincidences: He firmly believes that everything happens for a reason, including meeting Beck.
* TronLines: He's absolutely covered in them, even on his skin. Beck actually mistakes him for an ISO at first glance. He didn't have them in flashbacks, which suggests something happened down the line.
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: When he arrives in Argon in "No Bounds", nobody questions or seems to take notice of his weird, line-covered appearance. As noted above, his appearance was the first thing Beck took note of.
* VillainByProxyFallacy: He's willing to annihilate the entirety of the Grid, based on the belief that ItIsBeyondSaving under Clu. Including all of the programs that have no involvement with Clu.
%%* WalkingSpoiler
* WallCrawl: He's able to walk on the walls and ceilings of his pocket dimension (and anything built within) as easily as the floor. He can't do it in the Grid proper, but still shows an uncanny amount of balance on thin surfaces.
* WellDoneSonGuy: Comes off as this toward Tron. [[spoiler:He wants to be recognized as Tron's true successor by Tron himself.]]
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!!The Occupation

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[[folder:Dyson]]
[[quoteright:210:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Dyson_3639.jpg]]
->Voiced by: Creator/JohnGlover

Clu's highest-ranking officer, sent to spearhead the apprehension of the Renegade.

* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: The most powerful figure under CLU, and the only program other than Cyrus who seems to have any real chance of beating Tron one-on-one.
* BossInMookClothing: In style if nothing else. Dyson wears a custom version of the Black Guards' attire, a holdover from the days when he and the entire force operated as Tron's security team.
* BrokenPedestal: Mutually with Tron and Flynn.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: Seems to enjoy cultivating this image amongst the troops, if his odd behavior in Argon Plaza is any indication.
* ChairReveal: Dyson does this to Tesler, [[{{Troll}} with his own chair, no less.]]
* CharacterTics: Extremely fond of the ReverseArmFold.
%%* DeadpanSnarker
* TheDragon: Zigzagged. He's one to Clu, the GreaterScopeVillain, but he doesn't answer to Tesler, and he's enough of a threat on his own.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: His debut involves him cruising on his high-tech ship, smugly overriding the clearance directives at Argon's screening gate.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
* FaceHeelTurn: In his backstory.
* FacialHorror: That ''horrendous'' scar in his backstory. Later does the same to Tron out of sheer spite.
* FantasticRacism: Against [=ISOs=] in flashbacks, particularly because they're just ''there'', not serving some kind of function like every other program on the Grid. It's also hard not to see some of his talk about "perfection" being program-supremacist even without relation to [=ISOs=].
* FauxAffablyEvil: He's usually lighthearted and playful, but he's also baiting other characters constantly.
* FluorescentFootprints: In the same manner as Rinzler in ''Film/TronLegacy'', Dyson can literally make this happen to find out where programs have been in an area.
* GoodScarsEvilScars: In his backstory, once he suffers such an injury, he turns ''much'' more antagonistic and anti-ISO. Clu eventually fixed him, though, so it doesn't apply in the present day.
* HeKnowsTooMuch: When Dyson reports to Clu on Tron's survival, Clu asks if anyone else knows. Dyson turns to Clu's guard and swiftly derezzes him, confirming that the two of them are now the only ones who do.
* {{Jerkass}}: Whether you're dealing with his snide patronization or the genuine bile beneath, it's unlikely any experiences with the man will be pleasant.
* KnightOfCerebus: He came in after Tesler's failure, the two episodes he figured in were easily the darkest in the series yet (involving torture and deliberate, revenge-driven murder), and it seems that he's also brought [[GreaterScopeVillain CLU]] into the plot at last. His introduction also paves the way for Cyrus, an even bigger KnightOfCerebus, to enter the story.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: In "The Stranger", he retreats when a disguised Tron jumps in to help Able. Being one of the few privy to the fact that Tron is alive, he probably put two and two together.
%%* KubrickStare: Often.
* LargeAndInCharge: Inverted. While not to the point of being TheNapoleon, he's only about average height amongst a mostly taller cast.
* LeanAndMean: Especially noticeable given how he's shorter than almost anyone he shares a scene with.
* NobleBigotWithABadge: Initially willing to shelve his prejudices against the [=ISOs=], but it all changed when he was injured.
* OffscreenTeleportation: In "The Stranger", Able is listening in on a conversation between Dyson and a Black Guard. He turns his head for a moment, only to find Dyson is gone when he turns back. Just as quickly, Dyson somehow ends up in front of him.
* OhCrap: Using his detection ability, he confidently follows Tron's footprints toward a familiar insignia obscured by steam in the distance... only to have this reaction upon realizing that the "symbol" is in fact four bombs set in a 'T' formation. To say nothing of his reaction when Tron undoes his helmet...
* ThePerfectionist: Shows something of an obsession not just with racial purity, but with physical health as well, mostly as a response to his old injury.
* PrettyBoy: Helps that he has one of the more realistic faces in the show.
* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: Was once Tron's right-hand man.
* TheQuisling: Unlike many other programs, Dyson was ''not'' re-purposed by Clu. He joined willingly, upon receiving proper treatment for his scar.
* ReverseArmFold: As noted above, his preferred state of repose.
* SlouchOfVillainy: Pulls this off on Tesler's throne, [[EvilerThanThou to cow him into obedience]].
* SmugSnake: He is a extremely competent soldier and leader, but he has a tendency to overestimate his abilities and underestimate his foes.
* SoftSpokenSadist: When he tortured Tron in the past, he was usually very calm and collected, even as he started escalating things.
* StartOfDarkness: He is shown as originally being an honorable soldier, fiercely loyal to Tron, who still has significant suspicion of [=ISOs=], but still tries to defend them. This changes when, right after Tron managed to calm things down between the [=ISOs=] and some protesters, an ISO apparently throws a disc at the programs (it's more likely this was a deliberate attempt to spark hostilities, but no one except Tron noticed). His face is horribly scarred in the ensuing melee. After the incident, he started to sympathize with [[FantasticRacism Clu's]] [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans ideals]]. Flynn's [[NeglectfulPrecursors nonchalant]] [[JerkassGods attitude]] toward his accident doesn't help, as well as Tron [[PoorCommunicationKills never even trying to show him the memory of the provoker]].
* StepfordSnarker: When no one else is in the room, Dyson's sarcasm is immediately replaced by sour, introspective silence.
* TortureTechnician: After Tron's defeat by CLU, he cripples Tron via code modification while Tron is strapped to a table and wide awake. And then needlessly scars Tron's face in the process.
* {{Troll}}: Pretended to relieve Tesler of command for no other reason than to mess with him.
* VillainousBreakdown: When he first discovers Tron is still alive, all he can do is yammer in disbelief and fear whilst he backs away from him. After Tron lets him live, he immediately leaves Argon to report to Clu of his newfound knowledge, and Tesler actually noticed he was ''scared'' as he left, which is a stark contrast to how he arrived.
* WhipItGood: Fights with a length of energy cord attached to his Disc.
[[/folder]]




[[folder:Clu]]
->Voiced by: Creator/FredTatasciore

Tesler's superior, an evil virtual copy of Kevin Flynn who currently rules the entire Grid.

* AdaptationalVillainy: His takeover was much more ambition-fueled in this series than in ''[[Film/TronLegacy Legacy]]''.
* BadassLongcoat: Usually seen wearing a long black greatcoat.
%%* ContemplativeBoss
* TheDreaded: ''Tesler'' is terrified of him. Considering [[YouHaveFailedMe the "order" Dyson jokingly threatened him with]], for good reason.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
* TheFaceless: We see his face in the flashbacks, however in his present day he wears the CollapsibleHelmet he wore at the beginning of ''Film/TronLegacy''. In "Scars, Part 2", we see him unmasked in the present.
* GreaterScopeVillain: He rarely get's in on the action himself, and it's his takeover that is the root of all the conflict of the series. He's the supreme Commander of the occupation, and all the villains answer to him. The end of season one seemed to be ready to subvert this by having him come and deal with the Argon personally.
* TheStoic: Also a lot more unflappable than his movie counterpart.
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[[folder:Clu]]
->Voiced by: Creator/FredTatasciore

Tesler's superior, an evil virtual copy of Kevin Flynn who currently rules the entire Grid.

* AdaptationalVillainy: His takeover was much more ambition-fueled in this series than in ''[[Film/TronLegacy Legacy]]''.
* BadassLongcoat: Usually seen wearing a long black greatcoat.
%%* ContemplativeBoss
* TheDreaded: ''Tesler'' is terrified of him. Considering [[YouHaveFailedMe the "order" Dyson jokingly threatened him with]], for good reason.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
* TheFaceless: We see his face in the flashbacks, however in his present day he wears the CollapsibleHelmet he wore at the beginning of ''Film/TronLegacy''. In "Scars, Part 2", we see him unmasked in the present.
* GreaterScopeVillain: He rarely get's in on the action himself, and it's his takeover that is the root of all the conflict of the series. He's the supreme Commander of the occupation, and all the villains answer to him. The end of season one seemed to be ready to subvert this by having him come and deal with the Argon personally.
* TheStoic: Also a lot more unflappable than his movie counterpart.
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A group of disc thieves operating out of Argon's original settlement. Making the most of Argon's occupation, they steal programs' identity discs and sell the resulting amnesiacs, called "strays," to Tesler's army.

!!Lux



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[[folder:Kobol]]

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!!Other Villains

[[folder:C.L.U.]]
->Voiced by: Creator/FredTatasciore

Tesler's superior, an evil virtual copy of Kevin Flynn who currently rules the entire Grid.

* AdaptationalVillainy: His takeover was much more ambition-fueled in this series than in ''[[Film/TronLegacy Legacy]]''.
* BadassLongcoat: Usually seen wearing a long black greatcoat.
%%* ContemplativeBoss
* TheDreaded: ''Tesler'' is terrified of him. Considering [[YouHaveFailedMe the "order" Dyson jokingly threatened him with]], for good reason.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
* TheFaceless: We see his face in the flashbacks, however in his present day he wears the CollapsibleHelmet he wore at the beginning of ''Film/TronLegacy''. In "Scars, Part 2", we see him unmasked in the present.
* GreaterScopeVillain: He rarely get's in on the action himself, and it's his takeover that is the root of all the conflict of the series. He's the supreme Commander of the occupation, and all the villains answer to him. The end of season one seemed to be ready to subvert this by having him come and deal with the Argon personally.
* TheStoic: Also a lot more unflappable than his movie counterpart.
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[[folder:Dyson]]
[[quoteright:210:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Dyson_3639.jpg]]
->Voiced by: Creator/JohnGlover

Clu's highest-ranking officer, sent to spearhead the apprehension of the Renegade.

* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: The most powerful figure under CLU, and the only program other than Cyrus who seems to have any real chance of beating Tron one-on-one.
* BossInMookClothing: In style if nothing else. Dyson wears a custom version of the Black Guards' attire, a holdover from the days when he and the entire force operated as Tron's security team.
* BrokenPedestal: Mutually with Tron and Flynn.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: Seems to enjoy cultivating this image amongst the troops, if his odd behavior in Argon Plaza is any indication.
* ChairReveal: Dyson does this to Tesler, [[{{Troll}} with his own chair, no less.]]
* CharacterTics: Extremely fond of the ReverseArmFold.
%%* DeadpanSnarker
* TheDragon: Zigzagged. He's one to Clu, the GreaterScopeVillain, but he doesn't answer to Tesler, and he's enough of a threat on his own.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: His debut involves him cruising on his high-tech ship, smugly overriding the clearance directives at Argon's screening gate.
* EvilFormerFriend: To Tron.
* FaceHeelTurn: In his backstory.
* FacialHorror: That ''horrendous'' scar in his backstory. Later does the same to Tron out of sheer spite.
* FantasticRacism: Against [=ISOs=] in flashbacks, particularly because they're just ''there'', not serving some kind of function like every other program on the Grid. It's also hard not to see some of his talk about "perfection" being program-supremacist even without relation to [=ISOs=].
* FauxAffablyEvil: He's usually lighthearted and playful, but he's also baiting other characters constantly.
* FluorescentFootprints: In the same manner as Rinzler in ''Film/TronLegacy'', Dyson can literally make this happen to find out where programs have been in an area.
* GoodScarsEvilScars: In his backstory, once he suffers such an injury, he turns ''much'' more antagonistic and anti-ISO. Clu eventually fixed him, though, so it doesn't apply in the present day.
* HeKnowsTooMuch: When Dyson reports to Clu on Tron's survival, Clu asks if anyone else knows. Dyson turns to Clu's guard and swiftly derezzes him, confirming that the two of them are now the only ones who do.
* {{Jerkass}}: Whether you're dealing with his snide patronization or the genuine bile beneath, it's unlikely any experiences with the man will be pleasant.
* KnightOfCerebus: He came in after Tesler's failure, the two episodes he figured in were easily the darkest in the series yet (involving torture and deliberate, revenge-driven murder), and it seems that he's also brought [[GreaterScopeVillain CLU]] into the plot at last. His introduction also paves the way for Cyrus, an even bigger KnightOfCerebus, to enter the story.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: In "The Stranger", he retreats when a disguised Tron jumps in to help Able. Being one of the few privy to the fact that Tron is alive, he probably put two and two together.
%%* KubrickStare: Often.
* LargeAndInCharge: Inverted. While not to the point of being TheNapoleon, he's only about average height amongst a mostly taller cast.
* LeanAndMean: Especially noticeable given how he's shorter than almost anyone he shares a scene with.
* NobleBigotWithABadge: Initially willing to shelve his prejudices against the [=ISOs=], but it all changed when he was injured.
* OffscreenTeleportation: In "The Stranger", Able is listening in on a conversation between Dyson and a Black Guard. He turns his head for a moment, only to find Dyson is gone when he turns back. Just as quickly, Dyson somehow ends up in front of him.
* OhCrap: Using his detection ability, he confidently follows Tron's footprints toward a familiar insignia obscured by steam in the distance... only to have this reaction upon realizing that the "symbol" is in fact four bombs set in a 'T' formation. To say nothing of his reaction when Tron undoes his helmet...
* ThePerfectionist: Shows something of an obsession not just with racial purity, but with physical health as well, mostly as a response to his old injury.
* PrettyBoy: Helps that he has one of the more realistic faces in the show.
* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: Was once Tron's right-hand man.
* TheQuisling: Unlike many other programs, Dyson was ''not'' re-purposed by Clu. He joined willingly, upon receiving proper treatment for his scar.
* ReverseArmFold: As noted above, his preferred state of repose.
* SlouchOfVillainy: Pulls this off on Tesler's throne, [[EvilerThanThou to cow him into obedience]].
* SmugSnake: He is a extremely competent soldier and leader, but he has a tendency to overestimate his abilities and underestimate his foes.
* SoftSpokenSadist: When he tortured Tron in the past, he was usually very calm and collected, even as he started escalating things.
* StartOfDarkness: He is shown as originally being an honorable soldier, fiercely loyal to Tron, who still has significant suspicion of [=ISOs=], but still tries to defend them. This changes when, right after Tron managed to calm things down between the [=ISOs=] and some protesters, an ISO apparently throws a disc at the programs (it's more likely this was a deliberate attempt to spark hostilities, but no one except Tron noticed). His face is horribly scarred in the ensuing melee. After the incident, he started to sympathize with [[FantasticRacism Clu's]] [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans ideals]]. Flynn's [[NeglectfulPrecursors nonchalant]] [[JerkassGods attitude]] toward his accident doesn't help, as well as Tron [[PoorCommunicationKills never even trying to show him the memory of the provoker]].
* StepfordSnarker: When no one else is in the room, Dyson's sarcasm is immediately replaced by sour, introspective silence.
* TortureTechnician: After Tron's defeat by CLU, he cripples Tron via code modification while Tron is strapped to a table and wide awake. And then needlessly scars Tron's face in the process.
* {{Troll}}: Pretended to relieve Tesler of command for no other reason than to mess with him.
* VillainousBreakdown: When he first discovers Tron is still alive, all he can do is yammer in disbelief and fear whilst he backs away from him. After Tron lets him live, he immediately leaves Argon to report to Clu of his newfound knowledge, and Tesler actually noticed he was ''scared'' as he left, which is a stark contrast to how he arrived.
* WhipItGood: Fights with a length of energy cord attached to his Disc.
8th Feb '17 11:46:07 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* {{Badass}}: Unbelievably so. Even with his crippling code modification, Tron is a tremendous force to be reckoned with.
** HandicappedBadass: He's every bit as skilled as he was prior to his injuries, he just no longer has the stamina to go with it.
*** Though even that is called into question--he defeats CLU's greatest soldier after a long and intense fight, even taking a couple of heavy hits, without being fazed or affected by any of his injuries in the slightest. It probably helped that he was running on pure rage at the time.
*** His biggest handicap is presumably the fact that he'll undergo CriticalExistenceFailure if he ever gets tired, which is the best explanation for why he doesn't just always take care of things himself.



* HermitGuru

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* HandicappedBadass: He's every bit as skilled as he was prior to his injuries, he just no longer has the stamina to go with it.
** Though even that is called into question--he defeats CLU's greatest soldier after a long and intense fight, even taking a couple of heavy hits, without being fazed or affected by any of his injuries in the slightest. It probably helped that he was running on pure rage at the time.
** His biggest handicap is presumably the fact that he'll undergo CriticalExistenceFailure if he ever gets tired, which is the best explanation for why he doesn't just always take care of things himself.
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8th Feb '17 12:03:43 AM yesatron
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* BrokenPedestal: Mutually with Tron.

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* BrokenPedestal: Mutually with Tron.Tron and Flynn.


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* NobleBigotWithABadge: Initially willing to shelve his prejudices against the [=ISOs=], but it all changed when he was injured.
7th Feb '17 11:45:45 PM yesatron
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* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: The most powerful figure under CLU, and the only program other than Cyrus who seems to have any real chance of beating him one-on-one.

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* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: The most powerful figure under CLU, and the only program other than Cyrus who seems to have any real chance of beating him Tron one-on-one.



* BrokenPedestal: Mutually with Tron.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: Seems to enjoy cultivating this image amongst the troops, if his odd behavior in Argon Plaza is any indication.



* EstablishingCharacterMoment: His first on-screen debut involves him cruising on his high-tech ship (as in, riding on the bow). His first line is to relieve Tesler of command... before he revealed that he was joking.

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* EstablishingCharacterMoment: His first on-screen debut involves him cruising on his high-tech ship (as in, riding on ship, smugly overriding the bow). His first line is to relieve Tesler of command... before he revealed that he was joking.clearance directives at Argon's screening gate.



* FacialHorror: That ''horrendous'' scar in his backstory.
* FantasticRacism: Against ISOs in flashbacks, particularly because they're just ''there'', not serving some kind of function like every other program on the Grid.
* FauxAffablyEvil: He's definitely a talker. He's usually lighthearted and playful, but he's also baiting other characters constantly. He never acts anything but pleasant, except for when he's actually fighting. Even when he's torturing programs.

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* FacialHorror: That ''horrendous'' scar in his backstory.
backstory. Later does the same to Tron out of sheer spite.
* FantasticRacism: Against ISOs [=ISOs=] in flashbacks, particularly because they're just ''there'', not serving some kind of function like every other program on the Grid.
Grid. It's also hard not to see some of his talk about "perfection" being program-supremacist even without relation to [=ISOs=].
* FauxAffablyEvil: He's definitely a talker. He's usually lighthearted and playful, but he's also baiting other characters constantly. He never acts anything but pleasant, except for when he's actually fighting. Even when he's torturing programs.



* OhCrap: When he realizes that the Renegade - whom he feels is an imposter - was actually ''Tron''.
** He got an earlier one as soon as he realized that the symbol obscured by smoke is in fact four bombs set in a 'T' formation.

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* OhCrap: When Using his detection ability, he realizes that the Renegade - whom he feels is an imposter - was actually ''Tron''.
** He got an earlier one as soon as he realized that the symbol
confidently follows Tron's footprints toward a familiar insignia obscured by smoke steam in the distance... only to have this reaction upon realizing that the "symbol" is in fact four bombs set in a 'T' formation.formation. To say nothing of his reaction when Tron undoes his helmet...
* ThePerfectionist: Shows something of an obsession not just with racial purity, but with physical health as well, mostly as a response to his old injury.



* SmugSnake: He is a extremely competent soldier and leader, but he has a tendency to overestimate his abilities and underestimate his foes, which often leads to his downfall.

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* SmugSnake: He is a extremely competent soldier and leader, but he has a tendency to overestimate his abilities and underestimate his foes, which often leads to his downfall.foes.



* StartOfDarkness: He is shown as originally being an honorable soldier, fiercely loyal to Tron, who only has a very mild suspicion of [=ISOs=], but still tries to defend them. This changes when, right after Tron managed to calm things down between the [=ISOs=] and some protesters, an ISO apparently throws a disc at the programs (it's more likely this was a deliberate attempt to spark hostilities, but no one except Tron noticed). His face is horribly scarred in the ensuing melee. After the incident, he started to sympathize with [[FantasticRacism Clu's]] [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans ideals]]. Flynn's [[NeglectfulPrecursors nonchalant]] [[JerkassGods attitude]] toward his accident doesn't help, as well as Tron [[PoorCommunicationKills never even trying to show him the memory of provoker]].
* TortureTechnician: After Tron's defeat by CLU, he deals an absolutely horrifying amount of damage to Tron with a buzz saw while Tron is strapped to a table and wide awake. And he alters his code in the process, adding violation on top of that.

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* StartOfDarkness: He is shown as originally being an honorable soldier, fiercely loyal to Tron, who only still has a very mild significant suspicion of [=ISOs=], but still tries to defend them. This changes when, right after Tron managed to calm things down between the [=ISOs=] and some protesters, an ISO apparently throws a disc at the programs (it's more likely this was a deliberate attempt to spark hostilities, but no one except Tron noticed). His face is horribly scarred in the ensuing melee. After the incident, he started to sympathize with [[FantasticRacism Clu's]] [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans ideals]]. Flynn's [[NeglectfulPrecursors nonchalant]] [[JerkassGods attitude]] toward his accident doesn't help, as well as Tron [[PoorCommunicationKills never even trying to show him the memory of the provoker]].
* StepfordSnarker: When no one else is in the room, Dyson's sarcasm is immediately replaced by sour, introspective silence.
* TortureTechnician: After Tron's defeat by CLU, he deals an absolutely horrifying amount of damage to cripples Tron with a buzz saw via code modification while Tron is strapped to a table and wide awake. And he alters his code then needlessly scars Tron's face in the process, adding violation on top of that.process.
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