History Characters / WreckItRalph

16th Dec '14 4:26:28 PM superslinger2007
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25th Mar '14 7:24:42 AM EarlOfSandvich
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30th Sep '13 7:38:23 PM 493251gen
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* Characters/WreckItRalphMainCharacters[[note]]Wreck-It Ralph, Fix-It Felix Jr., Sergeant Calhoun, Vanellope Von Schweetz[[/note]]
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* Characters/WreckItRalphMainCharacters[[note]]Wreck-It Ralph, Fix-It Felix Jr., Sergeant Tamora Jean Calhoun, Vanellope Von Schweetz[[/note]]
15th May '13 6:29:45 PM DunDun
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3rd May '13 3:41:01 AM Morgenthaler
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* Characters/WreckItRalphMainCharacters * Characters/WreckItRalphOtherCharacters * Characters/WreckItRalphCameoCharacters
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* Characters/WreckItRalphMainCharacters Characters/WreckItRalphMainCharacters[[note]]Wreck-It Ralph, Fix-It Felix Jr., Sergeant Calhoun, Vanellope Von Schweetz[[/note]] * Characters/WreckItRalphOtherCharacters Characters/WreckItRalphOtherCharacters[[note]]King Candy, Taffyta Muttonfudge, Sour Bill, Wynnchel and Duncan, Moppet Girl, The Nicelanders, Pvt. Markowski, The Cy-Bugs, Mr. Surge Protector, Dr. Brad Scott, Mr. Stan Litwak, General Hologram and the other holograms, The Sugar Rush racers[[/note]] * Characters/WreckItRalphCameoCharactersCharacters/WreckItRalphCameoCharacters[[note]]The Bad-Anon, Clyde, Zangief, M. Bison, Dr. Eggman, Bowser, Neff, "Cyborg" (actually Kano), "Zombie" (actually Cyril), Yuni Berth, Ryu and Ken, Chun-Li and Cammy, The homeless Q*Bert family, Sonic the Hedgehog, Pac-Man, Skrillex, Tapper, Tapper's portraits, Beard Papa[[/note]]
3rd May '13 3:33:13 AM Morgenthaler
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3rd May '13 3:32:03 AM Morgenthaler
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[[foldercontrol]] [[folder:Main Characters]] !!Wreck-It Ralph [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph01_Ralph_3252.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "Sure must be nice, being the good guy."]] -->'''Voiced by:''' John C. Reilly Ralph is the PunchClockVillain of the popular arcade game ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' In it, his job is to destroy an apartment building that the hero, Felix, must fix. After 30 years of doing the same job, Ralph decides he doesn't want to be a bad guy anymore, and sets out on a game-jumping quest to become a hero. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Wreck-It Ralph: Bad Guys Finish Last]][[hottip:*: Ralph is a heavy-handed wrecking riot with a heart. For 30 years - day in, day out - he's been doing his job as "The Bad Guy" in the arcade game ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' But it's getting harder and harder to love his job when no one seems to like him for doing it. Suffering from a classic case of Bad-Guy fatigue and hungry for a little wreck-ognition, Ralph embarks on a wild adventure across an incredible arcade-game universe to prove that just because he's a Bad Guy, it doesn't mean he's a bad guy.]]\\ [- (Official bio for Ralph in ''Hero's Duty'') -] [[hottip:*: Ralph would give anything to be the good guy - for once. So when he hears that the new first-person shooter game ''Hero's Duty'' has a Medal of Heroes for the taking, he's sets off on a quest to get his massive hands on it. Disguised as a soldier in the ranks under Sergeant Calhoun, Ralph attempts to take on deadly Cy-Bugs and finds he's in way over his head.]]\\ [- (Official bio for Ralph in ''Sugar Rush'') -] [[hottip:*: When Ralph crash-lands in the super sweet cart-racing game ''Sugar Rush'', he's not exactly impressed with the candy cane forest and cotton candy clouds. And he definitely could live without the feisty Vanellope Von Schweetz and her endless stream of sarcasm.]] * AlliterativeName * AllOfTheOtherReindeer: The Nicelanders in ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' shun him; Felix is the only one in the game to treat him with any sort of respect. Outside of the game, the other arcade villains are decent to him, so it's not like he's friendless, but the cold treatment he gets from the Nicelanders is enough to make him frustrated with his lot in life, and fuels his quest to get a medal. * AntiVillain: Ralph is only a villain in the sense that he plays one, and is otherwise a decent (if clumsy) guy. This also applies to his role in the game, where [[DrivenToVillainy his forest home is demolished]] to build an apartment complex for the Nicelanders, sending Ralph into a wrecking frenzy. * ArmorPiercingQuestion: To Fix-It Felix, Jr. when Felix comes down on him because of the troubles he'd been through after Ralph game jumped, making him realize he really ''wasn't'' being a good friend to him. * BeingEvilSucks: The Nicelanders don't respect him for a job that he has to do to keep his game going, and he's stuck living in the dump while they get a nice apartment building. * BigBrotherInstinct: Towards Vanellope. * BlessedWithSuck / CursedWithAwesome: His massive fists. Because of them, he laments his propensity to wreck everything, though he does eventually find ways to use them for good. * ButtMonkey: Ralph endures a lot of AmusingInjuries and other such abuse over the course of the film. * {{Catchphrase}}: "I'm gonna wreck it!" * ClassicalAntiHero: Outside of his game character, he is an AntiHero of the classical/loser variety. * DarkIsNotEvil: Despite his intimidating appearance and in-game role as hulking, destructive, Bad Guy, outside gameplay he's very sweet and kind. * DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength: As demonstrated quite clearly [[EstablishingCharacterMoment at the anniversary party]] and elsewhere throughout the movie (particularly in the car factory when he breaks first the oven pump, then the various frosting and decoration makers). * DoesNotLikeShoes: His outfit doesn't have shoes, and when he wears a tux at the end he still doesn't have shoes to go with it. * DoesNotLikeSpam: It annoys him that chocolate is the flavor of the mud of his cake-model the Nicelanders use for their anniversary cake. It becomes a bit of a RunningGag in ''Sugar Rush''. * DrivenByEnvy[=/=]FreudianExcuse: Not nearly as evil as most examples, but it's his jealousy of Felix's fame and popularity as a hero that eventually pushes him to abandon his game, and his position as a villain, to seek a better situation elsewhere. * DudeWheresMyRespect: The Nicelanders, Gene in particular, see him as just "the guy who wrecks the building", even though his role in the game is far more substantial than theirs. Ralph himself points this out to Gene. * DungeonBypass: How he gets the medal from ''Hero's Duty''. The player is supposed to fight their way to the top of the tower from the inside. Ralph instead climbs the side of the building, bypassing all the hazards in the process. If only he'd watched his step at the end there... It also counts as TakeAThirdOption, since he made use of his programmed skill set, which is climbing the sides of buildings and smashing windows. * EarnYourHappyEnding: While Ralph obtains his medal fairly early on (see DungeonBypass) his victory is hollow and he doesn't gain the recognition and acceptance he craves until he [[HeelFaceTurn completes his turn]] and saves the day. * EurekaMoment: [[spoiler:After he finally gets to stay in the penthouse, he notices Vanellope's game - and the fact that she's ''painted on the side of the cabinet''.]] * {{Expy}}: Ralph himself is basically a human Franchise/DonkeyKong. * FacePalm: When teaching Vanellope how to drive, he can be seen doing one when she rams her kart into a pretzel column. * FieryRedhead: In the game ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' * GentleGiant: Ralph's big and scary-looking, but outside of work he's a nice and genuinely caring man. * GuestFighter: Ralph is a playable character in ''Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed'', presumably in return for Sonic's appearance in the film. * HomelessHero: In his game, the forest he lived in was destroyed to make way for the Niceland Apartments. * HotBlooded: Ralph describes himself as quick to anger in the opening, though this appears to be in the context of his own game. * HugeGuyTinyGirl: The Huge Guy to Vanellope's Tiny Girl. * InkSuitActor: Apart from the brown eyes, [[http://blog.flicks.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/ralph-and-JCR-567x288.jpg he has quite some similarities with John C. Reilly.]] * IntergenerationalFriendship: With Vanellope. He's thirty and she's nine, according to WordOfGod. They're also from different generations of games, to boot. * LikeBrotherAndSister: How WordOfGod describes his relationship with Vanellope. * MadeOfIron: He can be thrown several stories from the roof of an apartment building, slam face first into a concrete floor, and he'll still be ready to tear some more stuff up in the next level. [[spoiler:In the climax, he survives a terminal velocity skydive into the Mentos-filled caldera of Diet Cola Mountain, though he wouldn't have survived the resulting eruption.]] * MeanCharacterNiceActor: In his game, Ralph is a hulking, raging brute that fully intends to smash a building full of innocent tenants. When the game isn't being played, he is a sweet, gentle, and well-spoken person who appears to have a friendly and professional relationship with the other video game characters. Interestingly enough, the game actually hints at this in the intro sequence, where Ralph is presented as happy and friendly and just taking a nap in a tree trunk only to wake up with his home forest destroyed, at which point he goes [[BerserkButton berserk]]. * MegatonPunch: Much like how Felix carries his fix-''anything'' ability across all games, Ralph's chief ability is his ability to wreck ''anything'' from monsters to entire buildings with his mighty blows, coming in awful handy later on in his adventures. * MightyGlacier: Powerful and sturdy, but relatively slow on ground, [[{{Foil}} in stark contrast]] to [[FragileSpeedster Felix's]] video game stats. * MikeNelsonDestroyerOfWorlds: His carelessness almost brings both ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' and ''Sugar Rush'' to an end. * MisunderstoodLonerWithAHeartOfGold: No friends, big heart. * MyGodWhatHaveIDone: After finally getting his medal and returning home, [[spoiler:he finds that Felix went looking for him during his extended absence and never returning, and that his game is due to be unplugged in the morning.]] * NiceGuy: To a more natural degree than Felix, since he's not above showing anger or annoyance. * NiceJobBreakingItHero: The main conflicts of the movie are mostly his fault, although he never intended to do any damage. However, abandoning his game, running around ''Hero's Duty'' without any idea what he's doing, and [[spoiler:accidentally bringing a Cy-Bug into ''Sugar Rush'']] causes a hell of a lot of trouble. %% %% Being discussed on the discussion page. %% * PapaWolf: As it said on the main page, Ralph will do ''anything'' to protect Vanellope. [[spoiler:He even nearly gives up his life to save her.]] %% * PermaStubble: Living in the dump doesn't give you access to a razor, so this is kind of inevitable. It's not very visible as far as Perma Stubbles go, in fact, his 8-bit appearance lacks it entirely. * PrimaryColorChampion: Inverted; he's his game's antagonist and wears orange and brown. Contrast with Felix's blue clothes. * PunchClockVillain: When the arcade's closed, he's a really nice guy, but the Nicelanders don't treat him any better. * RapidFireFisticuffs: He basically does this to wreck things in-universe. * RedheadedBully: {{Invoked|Trope}} with his character design. * RedIsHeroic: His dominant color is red. * RedOni: To Felix's Blue. * SavvyGuyEnergeticGirl: The Savvy Guy to Vanellope's Energetic Girl; a platonic example. * [[spoiler:SpannerInTheWorks]]: [[spoiler:If Ralph hadn't game-jumped for a medal, Turbo's scheme to replace Vanellope in ''Sugar Rush'' would have never been exposed.]] * SuperStrength: Aside from the obvious strength it takes for him to keep wrecking the apartment building, he is able to split a jawbreaker which Vanellope says is unbreakable, lift and trash much of the racing stadium, [[spoiler:smash Vanellope's kart]], and more. [[ChekhovsSkill This is important in the climax]]. * ThereWasADoor: He crashes through a lot of walls in this film. * TopHeavyGuy: Ralph's legs are really stumpy in comparison to the bulk that composes the rest of his body. Heck, his ''hands'' are bigger than his feet. * TheVillainMakesThePlot: In-universe: ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' is unplayable without Ralph there. * VillainProtagonist: {{Subverted}}. While his game character is a villain, Ralph himself is not. * VitriolicBestBuds: With Vanellope. The two are constantly trading insults and glares but do care for each other. * WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer: He's Wreck-It Ralph. He wrecks things. It's what he ''does''. But he gets a lot accomplished by getting creative with ''how'' he wrecks things. * YouNeedABreathMint: According to Vanellope, anyway. King Candy makes a similar comment: -->'''King Candy:''' Is that a threat I smell? *cringes* Oh, beyond the halitosis you so obviously suffer from! !!Fix-It Felix Jr. [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph02_Felix_6515.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "Why do I fix ''everything'' I touch?!"]] -->'''Voiced by:''' [[Series/ThirtyRock Jack McBrayer]] Felix is the eponymous hero of the game ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'', where it's his job to fix the building Ralph tries to destroy. Despite their roles in the game, he seems friendly toward Ralph after hours, and is beloved by the game's characters. When Ralph abandons the game, Felix sets out to find him and bring him back. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Fix-It Felix, Jr.: The All-Around Good Guy]][[hottip:*: Felix is the popular star of Fix-It Felix Jr. and Niceland's hammer-wielding maintenance man who's beloved by all. When he is not busy fixin' all of Ralph's wreckin', this gold-medal-winning good guy is being showered with kisses, praise and pies from his tenants. Hardwired for niceness, anything other than being "The Good Guy" just doesn't compute.]] * TheAce: Adored in-game as a perfect hero, and he's never seen ''losing'' a game. * {{Adorkable}}: Jiminy Jaminy, is he ever this. * AlliterativeName * AmazonChaser: He falls for Calhoun after a classic LoveAtFirstPunch scenario. * AmbidextrousSprite: Felix has one in his own game and is shown doing the motions outside his 8-bit form. * AncestralWeapon: Ralph mentions that Felix got his hammer from his father in the Bad Anon meeting. * BlessedWithSuck: His ability to [[MrFixit magically fix things]] becomes this when [[spoiler:he's trapped in a cell and thus can't break out. Literally.]] -->'''Felix:''' [[PowerIncontinence Why do I fix]] [[EpicFail everything I touch?!]] * BlueOni: To Ralph's red. * BroughtToYouByTheLetterS: His cap has the letters "FF" on it. * {{Catchphrase}}: "I can fix it!" * ChangeTheUncomfortableSubject: Throughout the anniversary party he keeps trying to make the peace between the Nicelanders and Ralph through avoidance and subject changing. * ChronicHeroSyndrome: Felix is determined to fix what Ralph breaks, even when risking his life. He also stays and risks his life to help Vanellope, despite only meeting her just a few minutes before. * CovertPervert: He is [[FreezeFrameBonus seen briefly staring]] at [[MostCommonSuperpower Calhoun's chest]] when she barks at him ("Wrong! Viruses DO NOT STOP!"). * CripplingOverspecialization: He eventually discovers that his fixing powers aren't so universally useful as he thought they were. * DodgeTheBullet: Dodges the ''Hero's Duty'' soldiers' bullets via WallJump. Particularly justified in his case since in his game, dodging stuff is half the gameplay. * DoggedNiceGuy: Of the more sympathetic, non-[[StalkerWithACrush stalker]] variety to Calhoun. * DropTheHammer: Subverted. His golden hammer is the only piece of equipment he carries, but it's the very opposite of a weapon since it can only be used to fix things. * EveryTenThousandPoints: In his game it's 25,000. * {{Expy}}: Felix is an imitation of [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]] (or, as he was called back in ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong'', Jumpman). * ExtremeDoormat: He seems to want to please the Nicelanders all of the time; also easily caves in to letting Ralph into the party. [[CharacterDevelopment He does grow out of this]]. * FragileSpeedster: [[{{Foil}} In stark contrast]] to [[MightyGlacier Ralph's]] video game stats, [[WeakButSkilled he's comparatively weak but extremely fast]]. * FriendlyEnemy: Felix is the only one in the game to treat Ralph with any respect. He also is genuinely worried when Ralph disappears from their game, and leads the search for him. Even when the other Nicelanders want him to, he can't bring himself to be dismissive of Ralph, and most of the problems between them occur not because Felix doesn't appreciate Ralph, but because Felix legitimately doesn't understand what Ralph is going through. After he finds out, he agrees to help in a heartbeat. He also calls Ralph "brother". * GoodOldWays: He's humble, somewhat folksy, rather antiquated in his speech, [[GoshDangItToHeck never really swears]], and has a blue-collar uniform for a blue-collar job. It really couldn't be more obvious that he's the good guy. * GoodThingYouCanHeal: Calhoun hits Felix and Felix tells her it's okay because he can heal himself with his hammer. * GoshDangItToHeck: To the point where he tells Ralph "I don't need to do ''boo''" and immediately apologizes for his "potty mouth." * HealingShiv: Felix's hammer can heal ''himself'' outside the game. * AHeroToHisHometown: Everyone in his game loves him. ''Outside'' the game, he's mistrusted and put into dangerous situations. * HugeGirlTinyGuy: Calhoun is twice as tall as Felix, although she is rather small in her own game. * IdealHero: As a contrast to Ralph, Felix is a very polite, can-do guy who works tirelessly for the sake of others. ** PuritySue: [[EnforcedTrope Enforced]] if not [[ExaggeratedTrope exaggerated]] to [[ParodySue parody]] level. Deconstructed in which we see his being ''too'' nice as a [[ExtremeDoormat major character flaw]]. * InkSuitActor: Make him a bit taller and leaner, and you've got Jack [=McBrayer=] in a hat and overalls. Also in personality. * InnocentlyInsensitive: Felix did not realize how unsatisfied Ralph was with his situation until he gets a taste of it himself. That Ralph is a NiceGuy and was so overly polite that he never says anything about it directly didn't help matters. -->'''Felix:''' You don't know what it's like to be rejected and treated like a criminal!\\ '''Ralph:''' ...Yes, I do. That's every day of my life. ** He also tells Calhoun that she's "One dynamite gal", unaware that [[spoiler:that was her fiance's AffectionateNickname for her]]. * IronButtMonkey: [[spoiler:He can fix anything, including injuries from a flurry of punches to his face.]] * LegacyCharacter: He gets his hammer from his dad, who presumably was the original Fix-It Felix. * LoveAtFirstPunch: He's pretty smitten with Calhoun after she had just shot at and kicked him in the gut. * LoveHurts: [[spoiler:When Felix comes down on Ralph when he rescues him, it's less because of the trouble he caused and more because of Calhoun's rejection of him.]] * LuminescentBlush: Once he starts falling for Calhoun. She gives him the "honeyglow." * MagicTool: Felix's hammer can fix anything, right down to his face. Unfortunately, that's all it does. * MasculineGirlFeminineBoy: The Feminine Boy to Calhoun's Masculine Girl. He uses a hammer that heals things, while Calhoun uses a gun that kills things. * MayDecemberRomance: With Calhoun. While they're both shown as adults, Felix has been around for 30 years longer than Calhoun has. * MeaningfulName: "Felix" means [[BornLucky "happy and prosperous"]] in Latin. The "Fix-It" part of his name also counts, seeing as fixing things is pretty much his entire life. * MrExposition: [[spoiler:He explains to Sergeant Calhoun what the phrase "Going Turbo" means. Justified since Calhoun's game just got plugged in a week prior to the events of the movie.]] * MrFixit: ''Duh''. * NiceGuy: Even after he's had a seriously hard day and is rather rattled up [[spoiler:after being rejected by Calhoun]], the worst he can muster up when trying to be mad at Ralph for being gone is that he is "so, so... cross" with him. It seems real anger just isn't part of his programming. %% * NiceHat %% * OhCrap: [[EverythingTryingToKillYou Has quite a few of these moments]]. * OppositesAttract: With Calhoun. [[spoiler:He marries her at the end of the movie.]] * PercussiveMaintenance: It's literally Felix's power: anything he hits with his magic hammer is fixed. Unfortunately, this makes trying to be destructive a counterproductive task, at best. * PoorCommunicationKills: Unlike the nicelanders, who are a bunch of [[{{Jerkass}} jerkasses]] to Ralph, Felix's major flaw is his inability to be a mediator between the two parties. * PowerIncontinence: See BlessedWithSuck above. * PunchClockHero: Albeit one who loves his job and would be one off-hours as well, given he heads up the search for Ralph when he goes missing. * SecondLove: To Calhoun. * SpeakingSimlish: Speaks Q*bert's language to communicate with him. -->"Stand by, my [[VideoGame/QBert Q*bert-ese]] is a little rusty." * StealthPun: His cap has the letters "FF" on it. FF is hexadecimal for 255, the ''{{cap}}'' on values that can be stored in 8 bits. * ThatMakesMeFeelAngry: When he catches up with Ralph after a miserable and exhausting chase, all he can say is "I'm so ''cross'' with you!" * TinyGuyHugeGirl: The Tiny Guy to Calhoun's Huge Girl. * TrademarkFavoriteFood: Pie. In his game it gives him invincibility.[[note]]On the movie website version of ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'', which once was "beta code", it gives him an extra life.[[/note]] * WallJump: Does one of these to avoid [[DodgeTheBullet bullets]] at some point. %% * WeakButSkilled * WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer: Literally. !!Sergeant Tamora Jean Calhoun [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph03_Calhoun_5181.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "It's 'make-your-mamas-proud' time!"]] -->'''Voiced by:''' [[Series/{{Glee}} Jane Lynch]] Sergeant Calhoun is an important NPC of the FirstPersonShooter ''Hero's Duty'', the first game Ralph visits on his quest to become a hero. In the game, she, along with the player, battle alien invaders called "Cy-Bugs". She later teams up with Felix to get Ralph back to his game. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Sergeant Tamora Jean Calhoun: One Mean SpaceMarine]][[hottip:*: In the Sci-fi battle zone of ''Hero's Duty'', Sergeant Calhoun is more than just a pretty face - she is the tough-as-nails, take-charge leader who fights for humanity's freedom. When she's not offering in-game intel, she's training her troops for the next attack wave. This unrelenting commander is driven by a personal vendetta and will stop at nothing to protect the player and the arcade from a virulent Cy-Bug invasion.]] * ActionGirl: On top of being a sergeant, she uses a rifle, pistol and explosives throughout the movie. * AllThereInTheManual: Her programmed back-story is never referenced in her game. * AllThereInTheScript: ** She's never once called "Tamora" in the film itself. Her full name is only revealed in her official bio on [[http://disney.go.com/wreck-it-ralph Disney's website]]. ** Her fiance's name (Dr. Brad Scott) is only revealed in an interactive comic. * ApologeticAttacker: She is reluctant to continue smacking Felix around to bait the Laffy Taffies. * {{Badass}}: She'd have to be to survive in a game like ''[[CrapsackWorld Hero's Duty]]'', where you've got Cy-Bugs on your tail coming at you from every direction imaginable. They don't call her ''Sergeant'' Calhoun for nothing. * BerserkButton: Being called "[[spoiler:One Dynamite Gal]]". %% * BoobsOfSteel: Justified though since every other female character in the film is barely a teen. * BoyishShortHair: Short hair for a masculine ActionGirl. * BrokenBird: Her initially cold personality is the result of losing her fiancé on their wedding day. * {{Cosplay}}: Jane Lynch [[https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=544651632218349&set=a.414662251883955.117941.217155721634610&type=1&theater cosplayed]] [[https://twitter.com/janemarielynch/status/263714384231153665/photo/1 Sgt. Calhoun]] for Halloween 2012. The fandom ''loved'' this. * CrazyPrepared: She happened to have a minigun-like heavy weapon in her wedding dress at her wedding in her backstory. ** Again in the ending, only even more egregiously. * DarkAndTroubledPast: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] and [[LampshadedTrope lampshaded]] when another character from her game says that "she's been programmed with the most tragic backstory ever". We don't know the full extent of her backstory, but we do know that her fiance was eaten by a Cy-Bug on their wedding day, which is pretty tragic in itself. ** Her fiance was eaten by a creature that turns into what it eats. You can see it start to transform before the camera cuts to her horrified face as she shoots it. %% * DeadpanSnarker * DefrostingIceQueen: She eventually warms up to Felix. * {{Determinator}}: She means business when it comes to hunting down the loose Cy-Bug. Rightfully so, [[AIIsACrapshoot due to]] [[ExplosiveBreeder the nature of]] [[HordeOfAlienLocusts its programming]]. * DimensionalTraveler: Leaves ''Hero's Duty'' to hunt down the loose Cy-Bug. * DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: It's PlayedForLaughs since she is surrounded by male jarheads in her own game. Then she finds out she can't do any lasting harm to Felix. [[spoiler:{{Invoked}}, though, as Felix has to goad her into it to bait the Laffy Taffy, and she's initially very reluctant to actually punch him.]] * DrillSergeantNasty: -->"All right, ladies, the kitten whispers and tickle fights stop ''now''!" * {{Expy}}: Cross [[{{Metroid}} Samus]] with a [[GoodIsNotNice Paragrade]] [[MassEffect Female Shepherd]], and keep the language family-friendly. * TheFirstCutIsTheDeepest: She has... complications getting over her backstory, despite being shown becoming attracted to Felix. * GetAHoldOfYourselfMan: When she and Felix fall into a Nesquik Sand, Felix freaks out, and Calhoun then smacks some sense into him. She even says "get a hold of yourself." This also ends up saving them as it attracts the Laffy Taffy to them. * GoodIsNotNice: She's a good gal in her own game, but she's certainly no pushover. %% MOD NOTE: Hair of gold does not apply. Don't add it. * HeartbrokenBadass: See ILetGwenStacyDie below. * HeroicBSOD: [[spoiler:When Felix tells Calhoun that she's "One dynamite gal", her eyes go wide and she suddenly flashes back to ''all'' of the times her fiance had told her that, up to where he died. When she snaps out of it, she tells Felix to [[GetOut beat it]].]] * HiddenDepths: As well as her backstory showing a healthy love life she reacts to being told about Turbo with, "The selfish man is like a mangy dog chasing a cautionary tail." Nice bit of {{Foreshadowing}} there about a particular jealous dog. * HoverBoard: One of her means of traveling. * HugeGirlTinyGuy: The Huge Girl to Felix's Tiny Guy. She's actually pretty normally proportioned, if tall, whereas Felix has a cartoonish [[SuperMarioBros Mario]]-esque build. * HyperspaceArsenal: Pulls out a [[GatlingGood minigun]] from underneath her wedding gown in a flashback. * ILetGwenStacyDie: Her fiance was eaten by a Cy-Bug at the altar on their wedding day because she forgot to do a perimeter check. After this he becomes her [[TheLostLenore Lost Lenore]]. * ImpossibleHourglassFigure: Unless she has a ton of armor on her chest and hips and zero on her waist, her waist is tiny compared to the rest of her body. * InformedAttractiveness: In-Universe, Felix becomes enamored with Calhoun. When seen from the perspective of the humans playing the game, Felix is a cartoonish 8-bit character, while Calhoun is rendered on modern hardware with a more realistic art-style that purported to represent the better graphics of later gaming generations when compared to previous ones. However, when seen from inside the game world, all of the characters are rendered in high resolution CG and this distinction is lost. -->Look at that [[HighDefinition HIGH DEFINITION!]] * InkSuitActor: She's basically a younger Jane Lynch in power armor. * JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Sure, she's rough. But her intentions are good. * KnifeNut: She pulls out a bayonet when she's run out of ammo. %% * TheLadette * LastNameBasis: Refers to every character she talks to by their last name - including Felix and Ralph, who she refers to as Fix-It and Wreck-It. * MaleGaze: Due to it being a PG animated film, it's subtle, but it's there in a few scenes, coupled with a SexyWalk. * MasculineGirlFeminineBoy: The Masculine Girl to Felix's, comparatively, Feminine Boy. * MayDecemberRomance: With Felix. While they're both shown as adults, Felix has been around for 30 years longer than Tamora has. * NonStandardCharacterDesign: She has the most realistic design of the main four characters, who are very cartoony. This is in keeping with the design of the game she comes from, which is also more realistic than the others. * OhCrap: Gets a big one [[spoiler:when she finds the massive Cy-Bug nest underground.]] -->[[spoiler:"Doomsday and Armageddon just had a baby, and it is ''ugly''!"]] * OppositesAttract: Her and Felix. * ParentheticalSwearing: Just about everything she says is in language that's very, very colorful but not ''technically'' dirty. * PeekABangs * PowerArmor: Though the power armor she wears is [[ChainmailBikini very light and form-fitting]] when compared to the power armor worn by the men from her game. * SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Both of her love interests in her own game and in the film fit the NiceGuy description (though [[DeathByOriginStory the former]] is only explored in the [[AllThereInTheManual "Hero's Duty" spin-off comic]].) * TheSquadette: And the squad leader to boot! * StatuesqueStunner: Felix fell in love with her tall, slender, realistic-looking design. * {{Trigger}}: [[spoiler:She flips out at Felix and kicks him off the shuttle when he calls her "one dynamite gal"; this was the same term of endearment used by her [[DeathByOriginStory deceased fiance]], Brad.]] * {{Tsundere}}: Type A. * TwentyFourHourArmor: Flashbacks show that she usually wears her battlesuit at all times, even during her dates with her fiancé. She only takes it off for her wedding. %% * UnkemptBeauty * TheWatson: With respect to [[spoiler:the origins of the phrase "Going Turbo."]] !!Vanellope von Schweetz [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph04_Vanellope_1664.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "Are you a hobo?"]] -->'''Voiced by:''' SarahSilverman Vanellope is a character from the RacingGame ''Sugar Rush'', the second game Ralph goes to on his quest to become a hero. She is a glitch and is rejected by the other characters in her game for it, but she still aspires to be a racer like them. Although she annoys Ralph at first, they form a sibling-like friendship. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Vanellope Von Schweetz: Hard Candy]][[hottip:*: Known as "The Glitch", Vanellope is a pixelating programming mistake in the candy-coated cart-racing game ''Sugar Rush''. With a racer's spirit embedded in her coding, Vanellope is determined to earn her place in the starting lineup amongst the other racers. Only problem: the other racers don't want her or her glitching in the game. Years of rejection have left Vanellope with a wicked sense of humor and a razor-sharp tongue. However, somewhere beneath that hard shell is a sweet center just waiting to be revealed.]] * [[spoiler:AbdicateTheThrone]]: [[spoiler:Less that and more Abolishing The Throne. When she becomes Princess Vanellope, she decides she doesn't want to be, abolishes the royalty and declares it a democracy, becoming President... although, she just 'declares herself' President. An actual democracy would have, you know, elections.]] * {{Adorkable}}: Her cheeky little smile she gives when she shows off her pedal-powered kart to the other ''Sugar Rush'' racers definitely qualifies. * AllOfTheOtherReindeer: The characters in ''Sugar Rush'' mercilessly bully her and keep her from participating in the races because she's a glitch, [[spoiler:but then it's revealed that their antagonism is due to King Candy manipulating the game's code and locking up everyone's memories of her.]] * AntiHero: Vanellope is a bratty, self-centered, impulsive trickster, but once she and Ralph make their deal, she does everything in her power to help Ralph and save ''Sugar Rush''. * [[spoiler:AscendedGlitch]]: [[spoiler:In-Universe, everyone wants to play as Vanellope in ''Sugar Rush'' because her glitching helps her win.]] * BadassAdorable: She's a cute little kid, with bundles of energy and no lack of enthusiasm, but she also has an incredible knack for driving. An in-universe example, as Ralph even describes her as "an adorable winner". * BadassDriver: Over the course of one night, Vanellope learns how to drive well enough to fight for first place in a race that started without her. [[spoiler:As the true ruler of ''Sugar Rush'', she's the best driver in the game, in fact!]] * [[spoiler:BadassPrincess]]: [[spoiler:Vanellope's badass driving skills are paired with her true nature as the Princess of ''Sugar Rush''. It doesn't last: once she's restored to power, she relinquishes the monarchy for a democracy and becomes President.]] * BrainyBrunette: Despite her brattiness, Vanellope is shown to be very clever and resourceful girl throughout the film. * BrattyHalfPint: When Ralph first meets Vanellope, she spends the entire scene being unhelpful and giving him lip, and then steals his medal so that she can use it for her own purposes. Once we see how poorly the rest of the racers treat her, her behavior starts to make more sense. * BreakTheCutie: [[spoiler:King Candy/Turbo manipulated the game's code, locked up everyone's memories away and made her]] a glitch, to be tormented by the other racers. Then, we have Ralph, her only friend, [[spoiler:crush the car that the two made together, thinking that by doing this, it'll save her]]. She starts sobbing uncontrollably. * BrokenBird: Her bratty personality is the result of constant rejection from the other racers. * ButtMonkey: Unlike Ralph, who people hate because he's a villain, she's hated because she's a glitch. Then the other racers wreck her car. And then Ralph [[spoiler:destroys her new car]]. And after that, King Candy [[spoiler:locks her up in the dungeon.]] * [[spoiler:AChildShallLeadThem]]: [[spoiler:She becomes President of ''Sugar Rush'' at the end of the movie. She was also the reigning Princess before Turbo/King Candy usurped her.]] * CoolLoser: Vanellope may be intelligent, enthusiastic, and a good dresser, but everyone else still looks down on her. This is twice-[[JustifiedTrope Justified]]: not only does everyone look down on her for being a glitch, but [[spoiler:King Candy rewrote the ''Sugar Rush'' code to make everyone dislike her.]] * CursedWithAwesome: Vanellope is looked down upon because she's a glitch--aside from her appearance occasionally getting scrambled, she's also sometimes teleported several feet in an instant and can even affect the code of things she touches. King Candy says that the players will hate playing as her because of her glitchy nature. Of course, teleporting has its uses... [[spoiler:such as getting her and her car off a collision course with a wall, passing through a Cy-Bug army unharmed, and winning races.]] * TheCutie: Just look at her. * DeadpanSnarker: Given who voices her, not surprising. ** LittleMissSnarker * {{Determinator}}: Wants to race no matter how. * DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: Vanellope's glitching is almost treated as some kind of illness or disease similar to epilepsy or even Parkinson's Disease by the other racers. She even lies about it and calls it "pixlexia". ** On a slightly more meta note, Vanellope's character design is quite anime-esque (in fact, she resembles a chibi-fied version of the archetypical, generic anime heroine). * DummiedOut: Her code is disconnected from the main code of ''Sugar Rush'', which prevents her from leaving the game. [[spoiler:She was never meant to be this way--Turbo removed her connections to the rest of the game in order to take her place. After ''Sugar Rush'' is reset, her connections are restored and she is once again able to leave.]] * [[spoiler:EverythingIsBetterWithPrincesses]]: [[spoiler:For a few seconds until she decides it doesn't really suit her and decides to call herself "President Vanellope von Schweetz".]] * EarnYourHappyEnding: She did. * [[spoiler:EtTuBrute]]: [[spoiler:She feels distraught when Ralph seemingly betrays her and sells her out to King Candy for his medal and destroys her car, but he thought he was protecting her.]] * {{Expy}}: In the same way that King Candy is an Expy of [[spoiler:TheWizardOfOz]] Vanellope can be seen as one for [[spoiler:Princess Ozma]] in the sense that [[spoiler:she's the rightful ruler of the kingdom and was ousted through trickery, and has no memory of who she really is. And like Ozma she's eventually restored to her rightful place]]. * [[spoiler:FallenPrincess]]: [[spoiler:She was the princess of ''Sugar Rush'' before Turbo deleted her code and made himself the king under the name King Candy. She became a glitch and everyone in ''Sugar Rush'' began to reject her and bully her and since she couldn't leave her game she had to live in a cave inside Diet Cola Mountain.]] * FashionableAsymmetry: Her leggings don't match. * FriendlessBackground: She doesn't have any friends or allies in her own game until Ralph comes along. [[spoiler:However, it's likely that she was popular with everyone while she was still the Princess of ''Sugar Rush'', before Turbo/King Candy took over her game and erased everyone's memories.]] * TheGadfly: At the end of the movie, [[spoiler:the former bullies are asking her forgiveness, but she decides to screw with them by calling for their executions. She's kidding, of course, but she probably ''really really enjoyed'' watching Taffyta and the gang spend thirty seconds panicking out of their minds.]] * [[spoiler:GameBreaker]]: [[spoiler:Post-movie she becomes the most popular playable racer in her game, likely due to having TeleportSpam powers in a kart racer.]] * GenkiGirl: "I'm gonna learn to drive! I'm gonna learn to drive!" * [[spoiler:[[ManintheIronMask Girl in the Iron Mask]]]]: [[spoiler:Not literally, but she fits the trope down to the letter, except for not being related to the one who usurped her.]] * [[spoiler:GoodBadBug]]: [[spoiler:In-universe example. Vanellope eventually learns to use her glitching as a teleport. In the ending, Ralph says the players love it.]] * HairDecorations: She wears a hair ribbon made of licorice and she has various types of candy stuck in her hair. * [[spoiler:HeartIsAnAwesomePower]]: [[spoiler:It turns out that her glitching gives her a ''huge'' advantage on the race track.]] * HelmetsAreHardlyHeroic: She's the only ''Sugar Rush'' racer who doesn't don a helmet in her car. * [[HeyYou Hey, You!]]: The ''Sugar Rush'' residents constantly call her "The Glitch". * HowDoIShotWeb: After getting her car, Ralph is dismayed to find she has no idea how it works. She picks it up quickly, though. * HugeGuyTinyGirl: The Tiny Girl to Ralph's Huge Guy. * IJustWantToBeNormal: Her dream is to become a real racer like the rest of the characters in her game, but because she's a glitch, they won't allow it. [[spoiler:It turns out that she ''is'' a real character in the game, but King Candy manipulated the code so no one in the game knew about it.]] * InstantExpert: She picks up racing immensely quickly even though she purportedly does not know how to drive at the beginning of the movie; in the course of one day she becomes so good that even without her glitching abuse she manages to quickly get past several of the racers with little difficulty. Justified because [[spoiler:she's the true ruler of ''Sugar Rush'''s world]], and therefore it would make perfect sense for her to by default be the most skilled racer in the entire game. * IntergenerationalFriendship: She and Ralph strike up a quick friendship after he scares away the other racers that were tormenting her and she promises to help get his medal back. Not only is he an adult and she a kid, but his game has been operational for over a decade before hers. * InTheHood: She pulls up her hood to mask her face so she won't be caught before she throws her coin into the pot. Interestingly, she's the only ''Sugar Rush'' racer who wears a hoodie with strings instead of a jacket. * JerkWithAHeartOfGold: She's a mouthy little brat, to be sure, but she's still very much a good person and a delight to be with once you're friends with her. * KidAppealCharacter: Specially for being kind of a SurrogateCharacter for the children audience. * KidHero: She is supposed to be nine years old. * LikeBrotherAndSister: With Ralph according to WordOfGod. * LittleMissBadass: [[spoiler:Which makes sense, since before King Candy came along she was originally programmed to be ''the best racer in "Sugar Rush"''!]] * MagicSkirt: She can hang upside down from a (candy cane) tree branch and her skirt remains static. Justified in that it's made of paper candy cups. * ManicPixieDreamGirl: In the friendship sense, to Ralph. * MeaningfulName: [[spoiler:The word "von" is a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nobiliary_particle nobiliary particle]], providing another clue as to her true identity.]] * TheMissingNo: InUniverse. [[spoiler:Although it turns out that she was never meant to be this.]] * [[spoiler:ModestRoyalty]]: [[spoiler:After she regains her true identity as the ruler of ''Sugar Rush'', she still much prefers her casual wear and is seen as being slightly uncomfortable in the dress when she wears it for Felix and Calhoun's wedding.]] * NoSocialSkills: Judging by her first interactions with Ralph she's not very good at interacting with people without insulting or annoying them. * NotSoDifferent: She realizes that she and Ralph have much in common as both of them want to gain others' acceptance and acknowledgement. * OralFixationFixation: Sometimes sucks on the strings of her hoodie. Not too surprising, since by WordOfGod, her theme candy is licorice. Her hair-band and hoodie strings are both made out of it. * PinkIsForSissies: [[spoiler:When her true royal status is restored, she gets a pink PrincessClassic dress]], but she immediately ditches it for her old hoodie and slacks. * PintSizedKid: Her design is similar to that of a chibi anime character. * PlayingAgainstType: SarahSilverman's most family-friendly role to date. [[spoiler:Hell, 'Disney Princess' is about the furthest from her usual stuff that you can get!]] * PluckyGirl: So very much. It's [[TearJerker heart-wrenching]] to see a little girl be so brave, despite being trapped alone in a world where everyone hates her for something that isn't her fault. [[spoiler:Especially when it's revealed that someone's been pulling the strings on the game...]] * ThePollyanna: She puts the best spin on everything, from her pathetic engineless cart to her secret home in a DummiedOut level. And it doesn't appear to be an act -- she's just cheerfully convinced that her fortunes are going to improve one day. On the flip side, however, [[spoiler:when she gets an actual chance to make her fortune, she breaks almost immediately when Ralph must break her kart.]] * [[spoiler:PrincessesPreferPink]]: [[spoiler:Played straight then Averted. Since King Candy's castle is presumably hers, not to mention the dress, this seems to be in full effect. Spending time as a glitch seems to have diminished that, though, since she sticks with her original clothing afterward.]] * [[spoiler:PrincessesRule]]: It's worth noting that [[spoiler:as ruler of the ''Sugar Rush'' world she is still ''Princess'' Vanellope even though Turbo took the title ''King'' Candy]]. However, this could be more of an InvokedTrope, as it would make sense for a game like ''Sugar Rush'' to have the [[spoiler:EverythingIsBetterWithPrincesses]] trope. * [[spoiler:RagsToRoyalty]]: [[spoiler:The little girl living in a cave takes her place as the rightful ruler of ''Sugar Rush'' at the end of the movie.]] * RavenHairIvorySkin: To make her look more like her voice actress. * [[spoiler:ReasonableAuthorityFigure]]: [[spoiler:She decides not to punish the racers for bullying her once she's restored to power in ''Sugar Rush'', starting her Presidency off on a peaceful note. Justified in that the bullying stemmed from King Candy manipulating the code, and not from any real malice.]] * [[spoiler:ResetButton]]: [[spoiler:Once Vanellope reaches the finish line in ''Sugar Rush'', all of the changes to the game are restored, revealing her to be Princess Vanellope Von Schweetz ''and'' helping everyone in her game remember who she really is.]] * SavvyGuyEnergeticGirl: The Energetic Girl to Ralph's Savvy Guy. * SheCleansUpNicely: [[spoiler:She doesn't look half-bad in that pink princess dress she gains when her true role as ruler of ''Sugar Rush'' is revealed. She doesn't ''stay'' cleaned up, though, since she almost immediately changes back into her green civilian clothes.]] * StrangeGirl: Brash, unkempt, [[DummiedOut glitchy...]] * StreetUrchin: She lives alone on her unfinished race track, using candy wrappers as blankets. She at least has constant access to food, since the entire world of ''Sugar Rush'' is made of it. [[spoiler:At first.]] * SymbolMotifClothing: She has stripes on her leggings to match up with her licorice theme. * [[spoiler:TeleportSpam]]: Once Vanellope learns how to [[spoiler:control her glitching, she uses this to save Ralph from his attempted heroic sacrifice by glitching around and through an incoming onslaught of Cy-Bugs. It also becomes her special ability in the game, post-reset. Ralph notes that the players love it.]] * TomboyishPonytail: She wears her ponytail in an up-do style. * [[spoiler:TomboyPrincess]]: [[spoiler:Our spunky and tomboyish little kart racer Vanellope turns out to be a princess.]] * ToyShip: ''One Sweet Race'', a storybook set post-film, suggests a Vanellope/Rancis pairing. * TheTrickster: Both in personality, as shown in Ralph and Vanellope's first meeting, and in her role in Ralph's quest: she nearly screws Ralph out of a chance at winning his bet with the Hero's Medal, but if she ''hadn't'', [[spoiler:Ralph wouldn't have had a way to redeem himself for his absence almost causing Fix-It Felix Jr. to be unplugged; redeeming himself namely by placing Vanellope back in her true role.]] * TurnTheOtherCheek: This seems to be a part of her character, as she quickly forgives Ralph for [[spoiler:destroying her car to prevent her from racing]] and [[spoiler:Taffyta after all the abuse she'd taken from her]], though she of course elects to have some jokes at their expense first. Granted, she had quite a bit of reason to forgive both, as [[spoiler:King Candy had manipulated them into thinking their actions would be good for Vanellope and the game, respectively]]. * UnkemptBeauty: Hair is dirty and covered in candy pieces and wears a worn out hoodie. Still cute as a button. * [[spoiler:UnPerson]]: [[spoiler:In-universe example, thanks to King Candy meddling with her code.]] * VitriolicBestBuds: With Ralph. The two are constantly trading insults and glares but do care for each other. * TheVonTropeFamily: [[spoiler:This actually foreshadows her true role in the game.]] * WiseBeyondHerYears: Due to being [[TheWoobie being treated like crap from the others]]. Her JerkassFacade is just a way to blow off some steam, and her real wisdom shows up when [[spoiler:she's willing to accept her doom with a smile for the sake of Ralph's own safety during the Cy-Bug invasion of ''Sugar Rush''.]] Keep in mind ''[[AdultFear she's nine]]''. * [[spoiler:WistfulAmnesia]]: Vanellope insists that [[spoiler:being a racer is "in her code"]], even if everyone else tells her otherwise. * WrenchWench: She built a semi-functional pedal push car by herself. [[/folder]] [[folder:Other Characters]] !!King Candy[[spoiler:[=/=]Turbo]] [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph05_KingCandy_6019.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "Ralph! You're game-jumping?!"[[labelnote:spoilers]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WIR-Turbo_81.png Don't to try to copy me![[/labelnote]]]] -->'''Voiced by:''' Alan Tudyk The corrupt ruler of ''Sugar Rush'' and the best racer in the game. [[spoiler:In reality, he's Turbo, the main hero of his own game who DummiedOut Vanellope to take her spot and be forever loved after players began loving games other than his own.]] [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:King Candy: King Of All That's Sweet]][[hottip:*: All hail King Candy - ruler of the race track, captain of confectionary, sovereign of sugar. Not surprisingly, the most powerful figure in the ''Sugar Rush'' game is also the best racer on the track. He may look noble enough, but don't be fooled - this mysterious monarch rules his kingdom with a sugary fist and he is determined to keep his kingdom safe from glitches, rabble-rousers and outsiders. Don't expect him to go easy on Ralph and Vanellope. The King is ably assisted by his strong-arming security donuts, Wynnchel and Duncan, and his diminutive henchman Sour Bill, a tiny little ball of unsweetness.]] * TheAce: Not only is he the ruler of ''Sugar Rush'' but he is also the most accomplished racer. ** [[spoiler:BrokenAce]]: [[spoiler:This is because he's really Turbo, a racer from his own game which he crashed out of jealousy.]] * ActorAllusion: This isn't the first Alan Tudyk character [[spoiler:who acts as a benign loon to [[{{Dollhouse}} hide much more sinister intentions]]]]. * AffablyEvil: He acts really nice at first, if a bit eccentric. [[spoiler:[[BigBad But then we find out the truth...]]]] ** [[spoiler:FauxAffablyEvil[=/=]EvilAllAlong]]: [[spoiler:"I'm Turbo, the greatest racer ever! And I did not reprogram this world to let you and that halitosis-riddled warthog ''TAKE IT AWAY FROM ME!"'']] * [[spoiler:AGodAmI]]: [[spoiler:After fusing with a Cy-Bug, he declares himself the most powerful virus in the arcade and plans to infect the other games to forever be the center of attention.]] * AntiRoleModel: [[spoiler: Even in his days as Turbo, he was a [[AttentionWhore glory]] [[ItsAllAboutMe hog]] [[UnsportsmanlikeGloating who constantly rubbed it in his rivals' faces everytime he won first place]], [[SoreLoser didn't take losing very well]], and [[TheFriendNobodyLikes just generally being a complete jerk to everyone.]]]] * AristocratsAreEvil: Given his treatment of Vanellope. * [[spoiler:AttentionWhore]]: [[spoiler:Mentioned by Felix to be this when he was in his own game. When another arcade game, ''[=RoadBlasters=]'', started drawing attention away from him, he literally abandoned his game and invaded theirs. His antics caused both games to crash and be shipped off from the arcade, but he managed to escape and get into ''Sugar Rush'', where he cut Vanellope's code from the game and even brainwashed the residents into forgetting about her so he could be the star racer and ruler.]] * AxCrazy: How crazy he was before is debatable, but as the movie progresses, he gets crazier. [[spoiler:It reaches its zenith when he goes OneWingedAngel.]] * BadassDriver: He races in ''Sugar Rush'''s tournaments as well. * BadassGrandpa: Age isn't a problem for a video game character. [[spoiler:In Turbo form, though, he seems skeletal but not old.]] * [[spoiler:BaldOfEvil]]: [[spoiler:As King Candy. As Turbo, a helmet keeps us from seeing if he has hair.]] * [[spoiler:BigBad]]: [[spoiler:His battle to keep the number one place led to two games getting unplugged, and caused the whole panic about "going Turbo". Then he took over ''Sugar Rush''...]] * [[spoiler:BitchInSheepsClothing]]: [[spoiler:Plays up seeming like a weak old king. He's not. Literally.]] * [[spoiler:[[BroughtToYouByTheLetterS Brought To You By The Letter T]]: As Turbo, his helmet has two red stripes that make the letter T.]] * TheCaligula: He's always more concerned about making lame puns then being a good leader. * CannotTellAJoke * CatchPhrase: "Have some candy!" and [[spoiler:"Turbo-tastic!", his original catchphrase as Turbo.]] * [[spoiler:ChekhovsGunman]]: [[spoiler:A lot of characters ask Ralph if he's "Going Turbo" during his game hopping. [[Franchise/StreetFighter M. Bison]] is the first to mention it, and it seems to start out as a cute ShoutOut to his own game. But then other characters start referencing it, too, before it's explained in full by Felix to Calhoun as sort of a cautionary warning to invading other characters' games. Nothing of it is mentioned again until the climax of the movie. [[{{Foreshadowing}} He's also the one who freaks out the most at the idea of Ralph "going Turbo".]]]] * [[spoiler:ClassicVillain]]: [[spoiler:Turbo is driven by a combination of Envy and Vanity.]] * CoolCrown: [[spoiler:Although it actually belongs to Vanellope.]] * [[spoiler:CrunchTastic]]: [[spoiler:His original catchphrase, "Turbo-tastic!"]] * [[spoiler:CurbStompBattle]]: [[spoiler:He manages to defeat Ralph effortlessly in his Cy-Bug form. Ralph can barely land a hit on him.]] * [[spoiler:DeathByIrony]]: [[spoiler:Given his LightIsNotGood motif, his destruction by a light source is satisfyingly karmic. It's also notable he gets killed by something messing with his code, in this case the Cy-Bug. It's also important that the [[SmugSnake egotistical]] Turbo is killed by something he has to pay attention to, an erupting pillar of bright lava.]] * [[spoiler:DyingAsYourself]]: [[spoiler:A rare villainous example. As the Cy-Bug King Candy is destroyed, it alternates between the hypnotized Candy and the protesting Turbo, the latter being in charge as the body is melted by the volcano.]] * [[spoiler:EvilAlbino]]: [[spoiler:Turbo's character model is a gray-skinned man with yellow eyes and teeth, perhaps owning to the limited graphical capabilities of his era.]] * [[spoiler:EvilCannotComprehendGood]]: [[spoiler:Averted. He knows exactly what makes someone like [[NiceGuy Ralph]] tick. Instead of trying to play off Ralph's desire for a medal and bribing him to leave, he instead appeals to Ralph's affection for Vanellope to make the [[GentleGiant big guy]] think he's doing the [[BreakHerHeartToSaveHer right thing by stopping her from racing]].]] * [[spoiler:EvilCounterpart]]: [[spoiler:Towards Ralph: both he and Ralph wanted something more than what they had, and were willing to force their way into other games to get what they felt was their due. The difference is, Ralph legitimately cares about others even if he is a little selfish, and makes up for his many mistakes, while Turbo cares about no one and anything other than himself and getting the attention he wants. He represents what Ralph could have been if he had been consumed by his resentment and jealousy.]] ** [[spoiler:In the same vein, one to Vanellope. Both are known for having streaks of selfishness, are the most experienced racers in their respective games, and are sly, resourceful tricksters. The major contrasting point is that like Ralph, Vanellope genuinely cares about her friends and eventually saves Ralph, while Turbo is an egotistical and manipulative pyschopath who doesn't hesitate to ruin anybody's life it he had anything to gain from it. This, by the way, is especially noticeable since King Candy/Turbo was to continually trying to kill or at least render her ineffective to his regime, so there are lots of opportunities for comparison and contrast.]] ** [[spoiler:EvilIsHammy: In true Disney fashion. Even more when he's revealed as Turbo.]] * [[spoiler:EvilLaugh]]: [[spoiler:He becomes prone to bouts of cackling as Cy-Bug.]] * {{Expy}}: ** The creators admit he's based on [[Disney/AliceInWonderland The Mad Hatter from Disney's version of ''Alice In Wonderland'']] (who in turn [[InkSuitActor was based on and voiced by Ed Wynn in his "Perfect Fool" persona)]]. ** [[spoiler:Turbo, in addition to being the name of a Sega arcade game, is basically a knock-off of the marquee chalky-skinned mascot from the Bally/Midway game ''RallyX''.]] ** [[spoiler:His King Candy persona is one of The Wizard from ''TheWizardOfOz''. He comes from another land (his own game), is leading his subjects on through manipulation and usurping the rightful ruler and having their memories locked away (Ozma and Vanellope), the hero comes to him for a favor (in Ralph's case, the medal he got from ''Hero's Duty''), while he asks of something in return that involves the "villain" (Vanellope, which he calls "The Glitch", and smashing her candy car), and is ultimately a fraud hiding behind another image that makes the hero appreciate the things they have in life. Heck, there's even some cute allusions with the fact he's ruling over what can be considered Munchkins (the other candy racers) and has Oreo guards which chant in the same fashion as those from the movie.]] ** His clothing resembles Willy Wonka's. * [[spoiler:FallenHero]]: [[spoiler:Played with; as Turbo, he was the hero of the most popular game in the arcade before he left his game to destroy more popular games out of jealousy, but even before then, [[AttentionWhore he wasn't the best]] [[JerkJock of role models]].]] * [[spoiler:FamilyUnfriendlyDeath]]: [[spoiler:Because of the Cy-Bug's programming, he's forced to fly towards the beacon and be incinerated... all while he's fully aware and trying to stop. A horrifying fate indeed, but considering what a monster he is, there's little sympathy you can have for him.]] * {{Foil}}: [[spoiler:To Ralph. Both are game hoppers with selfish goals. While Ralph is a NiceGuy, Turbo isn't. As they give VillainProtagonist a new meaning, Ralph is the villain of his game, but he is the protagonist of the film. Turbos ''was'' the protagonist of his own game, but he's the main villain of the film.]] * [[spoiler:ForTheEvulz]]: [[spoiler:"I should thank you. Buuuut it'd be more fun to ''kill you''."]] * [[spoiler:FromNobodyToNightmare]]: [[spoiler:Went from just another video game character to threatening the entire arcade.]] * [[spoiler:GigglingVillain]]: [[spoiler:Frequently. Devolves into straight up [[EvilLaugh evil cackling]] after his merge with the Cy-Bug.]] * [[spoiler:GlamourFailure]]: [[spoiler:His King Candy persona is layered over his true form. When he comes into contact with Vanellope, her glitching destabilizes the disguise, causing him to shift between them occasionally, particularly when angry.]] * [[spoiler:GreenEyedMonster]]: [[spoiler:His StartOfDarkness was caused by the introduction of a new racing game which stole popularity from his own.]] * {{Hammerspace}}: He pulled those glasses right out of nowhere. * HoistByHisOwnPetard: ** [[spoiler:By making Vanellope a glitch, his own disguise was compromised by coming into contact with her.]] ** [[spoiler:After his fusion with a Cy-Bug, his programming got taken over by the bug's after Ralph made the Mentos/diet cola beacon, since said beacon is the signal for the Cy-Bugs to return to base (and be destroyed).]] ** [[spoiler:His making Vanellope a glitch also results in her learning how to control it, allowing Vanellope to come unstuck from his car and get ahead of him in the race. As well as using it to save Ralph in the climax. For added irony, she becomes quite popular with the players thanks to this newfound ability.]] * [[spoiler:{{Hypocrite}}]]: [[spoiler:He chides Ralph for "going Turbo" and freaks out over the idea that Ralph could be out to take over his game... and justifiably so, as he ''is'' Turbo and did exactly that with ''Sugar Rush''. Also serves as a bit of subtle foreshadowing.]] * IDidWhatIHadToDo: When he tells Ralph that he keeps Vanellope from racing to protect ''her''. If she got to race and players saw her glitching, they would think the game was broken and it would get unplugged. As a glitch, she would not be able to leave her game, meaning she goes down with the ship. [[spoiler:He's lying, if Vanellope crossed the finish line, it would reset the game and expose him as Turbo.]] * IncomingHam: His first appearance is him being announcer to the pre-race minigame, him calling out each of the names of the racers with great glee. * [[spoiler:{{Irony}}]]: [[spoiler:He was a "hero" in his own game, but there's nothing heroic about him. While Ralph, a "villain" in his game, is quite the opposite.]] * [[spoiler:ItsAllAboutMe]]: [[spoiler:Pretty much his only motivation.]] * [[spoiler:JerkWithAHeartOfJerk]]: Acts to be a WellIntentionedExtremist, [[spoiler:but only cares for himself.]] * [[spoiler:KnightOfCerebus]]: [[spoiler:He's quite entertaining as King Candy, but once he's exposed the atmosphere gets serious.]] * [[spoiler:LargeAndInCharge]]: [[spoiler:In his Cy-Bug form.]] * LargeHam: He's basically [[Disney/AliceInWonderland the Mad Hatter in the body of the King of Hearts.]] * LaserGuidedKarma: [[spoiler:King Candy/Turbo, who had called himself a boss thanks to the power-up his Cy-Bug OneWingedAngel provided, dies because of the very thing he thought would help him win and continue his mad spree of game-hopping/conquering--sure, he became one with a virus... a virus programmed to be [[GoIntoTheLight drawn into a destructive beacon]]. So he's dragged into it, unable to escape... and [[AndIMustScream fully aware the whole time]].]] * TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: His design, name, and age are markedly different from anyone else in ''Sugar Rush''. [[spoiler:There's a reason for this.]] * [[spoiler:{{Leitmotif}}]]: [[spoiler: He has a series of ominous string chords in his scenes as Turbo.]] * LightIsNotGood: In spite of being one of the most vibrant characters. [[spoiler:Taken even further when it turns out he's the villain.]] * [[spoiler:LightningBruiser]]: [[spoiler:In his Cy-Bug form, He can move frighteningly fast, and has enough strength to toss Ralph like a ragdoll. Worth noting that Ralph is physically the strongest character in the film.]] * ManInWhite: [[spoiler:His original form as Turbo wears a racing uniform that it's white with a bit of red. This quite highlights his cadaveric appearence.]] His current dress as a King, while mainly purple, features white and gold pants. * ManipulativeBastard: Oh yes. [[spoiler:He manipulated ''everyone'' in ''Sugar Rush'' into being nasty to Vanellope as part of his plan to replace Vanellope as ruler and was immensely successful at it, and when Ralph showed up to put a kink in his plans, he rolled with it and managed to get Ralph and Vanellope to turn on each other ''by giving Ralph exactly what he wanted!'' Heck, he even gives a ''perfectly reasonable'' explanation for not letting Vanellope race. And his villainy would have gone ''completely undiscovered''... if Ralph hadn't seen the side of the ''Sugar Rush'' console and put two and two together.]] * MoodSwinger: King Candy is known to switch emotions wildly several times within the same sentence - from cheerful giggling, to flustered, to angry, to some more giggling. He can be making puns one second and furiously ordering around his guards in the next. [[spoiler:Even when briefly drops the King Candy image and shows himself as Turbo, he can't help but snap to gleeful conceit in-between his fury at his plans being unraveled.]] * TheNapoleon: [[spoiler:Until he goes OneWingedAngel.]] * NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: King's voice resembles that of Golden Age actor/comedian Ed Wynn. * NonStandardCharacterDesign: King Candy looks a lot more like Ralph and Felix, Disney-esque and cartoony, compared to the SuperDeformed, {{Animesque}} standard for the other ''Sugar Rush'' characters. [[spoiler:This is a clue that King Candy isn't really part of the game.]] * NotSoHarmlessVillain: At first he seems like a ditzy old king... [[spoiler:then comes TheReveal, his [[OneWingedAngel fusion with a Cy-Bug]], and it all goes to hell from there.]] * [[spoiler:OneWingedAngel]]: [[spoiler:When he's eaten by a Cy-Bug, [[AssimilationBackfire he takes it over]], becoming a Turbo/King Candy/Cy-Bug fusion.]] * [[spoiler:OurZombiesAreDifferent]]: [[spoiler:His form as Turbo [[UncannyValley is very, very undead looking]]. No wonder the game lost popularity.]] ** [[spoiler:ObviouslyEvil]]: [[spoiler:Whoever made Turbo must have been out of his/her mind thinking he'd be an appealing hero. Even when Turbo was smiling he looked ghastly.]] * PickOnSomeoneYourOwnSize: He and Vanellope are ''physically'' the same height, but he's an old man and she's a little girl. * [[spoiler:PoweredByAForsakenChild]]: [[spoiler:Sort of. His control of ''Sugar Rush'' depended entirely on Vanellope remaining a glitch and being prevented from racing in her game, which was what the programmers had always intended for her to do.]] * [[spoiler:PragmaticVillainy]]: [[spoiler:He's pragmatic enough to realize that he doesn't actually need to deal with Ralph by force (nor can he); by giving Ralph the Hero's Medal and convincing him to destroy Vanellope's cart, he keeps her out of the race and placates Ralph in the process.]] * PsychopathicManChild: King Candy is a flamboyant and ditzy ruler who would rather make puns than be an effective ruler. [[spoiler:In reality, he's Turbo, who acts like an attention seeking brat, destroying a game because of his pettiness, and the psychopathic comes through once he goes OneWingedAngel]] * [[spoiler:RealityWarper]]: [[spoiler:He can access ''Sugar Rush'''s code and manipulate it as he pleases.]] * ReasonableAuthorityFigure: After realizing that Ralph will foil any attempt to stop Vanellope by force, he approaches Ralph alone and explains that Vanellope's glitchy nature could get their entire game unplugged if she made it to the roster and, as a glitch, she would be lost with the game if that happened. [[spoiler:The true reason is that she was always meant to be the main character of the game, and allowing her to cross the finish line would reset the game's programming and restore her as its rightful ruler, exposing him for a fraud.]] * TheReveal: [[spoiler:If you read this far, you pretty much know the twist by now. The movie does a good job of showcasing it in the climax. When Candy gets into a struggle with Vanellope, her glitching causes his disguise to malfunction, revealing who he truly is. Ralph and Felix are understandably dumbfounded by the revelation that Turbo has been alive all this time.]] %% * RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: [[spoiler:Which unfortunately isn't in their best interest.]] * SirNotAppearingInThisTrailer: Well, more like Sir Not-Appearing-In-This-Trailer-For-More-Than-Two-Seconds. His character appears so briefly in the first trailer that if you blink, you'll miss him. You do hear his voice though, questioning Ralph about his "game-jumping." He gets more screentime in the second trailer. Alan Tudyk's also not billed with the other four actors on the film's posters despite King Candy being a main character. %% * SissyVillain: Subverted. * [[spoiler:SlasherSmile]]: [[spoiler:Gives several as during and after TheReveal - particularly a leering one that glitches between King Candy and Turbo as he introduces himself. They tend to look quite creepy on King Candy's face.]] * SmallNameBigEgo: [[spoiler:King Candy/Turbo treated himself as TheAce even though he was more of an AttentionWhore and a GreenEyedMonster, evident when he shuts down a new game and his own for stealing his popularity.]] * SmugSnake: [[spoiler:A mix of both BaitTheDog as well as being very menacing.]] * TheSociopath: He doesn't care who he hurts as long as he gets his way, [[WouldHurtAChild and children are no exception.]] * SpeechImpediment: Has a slight lisp. * [[spoiler:StartOfDarkness]]: [[spoiler:A story told by Felix in flashback reveals that Turbo was the main character of a racing game that got overshadowed by ''[=RoadBlasters=]''. He got so insanely jealous that he crossed over and literally ''crashed it'', resulting in both consoles being unplugged.]] * [[spoiler:TheUsurper]]: [[spoiler:To Vanellope.]] * TomatoSurprise: And how! No wonder most of his entries are spoiled. * [[spoiler:VileVillainSaccharineShow]]: [[spoiler:The movie is mostly a [[IncrediblyLamePun sugar coated]] adventure about two misfits trying to come to terms with their identity. King Candy/Turbo, on the other hand, is an egotist who crashed the game brought in to replace him out of jealously, then tried to delete Vanellope so he could be the star of her game. He ''merely'' reduced her to a glitch and ostracized her to keep his place as ruler. Once he's revealed, he tries to kill her to maintain his authority, and after getting eaten by the Cy-Bug, he goes OneWingedAngel and plans to take over the entire arcade.]] * [[spoiler:VillainProtagonist]]: [[spoiler:In a more literal sense than actually called for. He's the protagonist in his own game, but his jealousy upon other racing games turned him into a villain, and yet, he was ''far'' from being heroic even before his StartOfDarkness.]] * WalkingSpoiler: It's hard to describe him without spoiling the film's big twist. * WouldHurtAChild: He bullies Vanellope along with the other racers. [[spoiler:Moreover, he's the one who ''instigates'' the bullying so he can keep his identity a secret, manipulating the code so everyone hates her guts. During the final race, he outright tries to ''kill'' her by nearly running her off the road, trying to bash her with parts from his car when they get stuck together and nearly crashing her into a stalagmite.]] ** [[spoiler:Heck, he tried to kill Vanellope when he first visited the game. Turns out disconnecting her program node from all the other program nodes and locking away everyone's memories of her was his plan B. His first plan was an attempt to ''delete Vanellope from the game's programming entirely'', and Turbo only abandoned this line of attack because he wasn't able to make that fundamental an alteration to the game.]] * [[spoiler:YellowEyesOfSneakiness]]: [[spoiler:As Turbo the whites of his eyes are colored yellow and he proves to be a manipulative trickster.]] !!Taffyta Muttonfudge [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph06_Taffyta_8075.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: [[AlphaBitch Just look at her]].]] -->'''Voiced by:''' Mindy Kaling Taffyta Muttonfudge is a character from the game ''Sugar Rush'', where she is known to be an accomplished racer, second only to King Candy. She and the other characters in the game repeatedly bully Vanellope [[spoiler:because King Candy manipulated the code and locked up everyone's memories of her, making them believe that Vanellope was nothing more than a glitch]]. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Taffyta Muttonfudge: [[SeriousBusiness serious competition]]]][[hottip:*: The lollipop-lickin' Taffyta Muttonfudge is a top-notch racer in the game ''Sugar Rush''. She is a fierce competitor who keeps her eyes on the prize and isn't afraid to derail anyone who gets in her way. Though King Candy is ''Sugar Rush'''s reigning racing champion, Taffyta always manages to give him a run for his money with her wicked driving skills.]] * AlphaBitch: Within ''Sugar Rush'', she's the most popular of the racers and Vanellope's main tormenter. Not only do Rancis Fluggerbutter and Candlehead fill out her bullying posse, but also gets the remaining 12 kiddie racers to [[spoiler:destroy the car Vanellope made.]] * BadassDriver: She's second only to King Candy [[spoiler:and Vanellope]] on the race track; she's almost at the head of the pack in the race we see. * BlondesAreEvil: Her platinum blond hair is a pretty clear tip-off that she's up to no good (in contrast to the naturally blond, heroic Calhoun). * BobHaircut: As part of her 1960's aesthetic, she has a bob cut. As she is the AlphaBitch, it also has the modern association with trendiness. * BreakTheHaughty: ** Of all of the racers, Taffyta is the most haughty when interacting with Vanellope. Starting in the Daily Random Roster Race, she gets taken down a peg. When Vanellope runs her, Candlehead, and Rancis off the track, Rancis is just shocked and Candlehead's ditzing out about her candle being extinguished, but Taffyta's crying like a baby. She also feels remorse and instantly apologizes when she discovers that [[spoiler:the girl she'd been mistreating was her ''ruler'' all along!]] ** She gets even more of this when Rancis uses his secret weapon to send her flying off the racetrack in the tie-in storybook ''One Sweet Race''. After she had insulted him for losing, no less. * {{Catchphrase}}: "Stay sweet!" (InUniverse only, as she only says it once in the film itself) * DarkActionGirl: Taffyta has the candy-coated version of the dark, evil aesthetic by inverting it with pink from head to toe and platinum blonde hair, tying it to her status as a hardcore racer and a mean-spirited little bitch. * DarkSkinnedBlonde: Taffyta's fashionably tanned skin and platinum blond hair mark her as the AlphaBitch of the ''Sugar Rush'' racers. * EasilyForgiven: [[spoiler:Vanellope forgives Taffyta for all of the tormenting suffered at her hands. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] in that it was never Taffyta's fault in the first place, and Vanellope isn't the type to hold a grudge.]] * {{Jerkass}}: Taffyta leads the other racers in treating Vanellope like dirt, including destroying her race car. ** TookALevelInKindness: In post-film set tie-in book ''One Sweet Race'', she's still a mean-spirited sore winner as she keeps rubbing Rancis' losing streak in, but she isn't quite ''as'' bad as before, as she's evidently still his friend regardless and does sincerely compliment him when he makes a cool-looking car for a race. * LightIsNotGood: Played straight at first, [[spoiler:and then [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] when it turns out Taffyta ''is'' originally good; she just had her memories messed with like everyone else in ''Sugar Rush''.]] * MyGodWhatHaveIDone: [[spoiler:When she and everyone else gets their memories back after ''Sugar Rush'' resets, she realizes that she's been a ''really'' big jerk to '''Princess''' Vanellope Von Schweetz.]] * NiceHat: Like most of the other racers in ''Sugar Rush'', she wears one. Hers slightly resembles that of StrawberryShortcake. * OhCrap: She and the other racers have the expression three times, one is when Ralph comes to the rescue, [[spoiler:the second is when Vanellope is winning the race near the end, and third major one is when Vanellope announces that Taffyta and the other racers were to be executed after their memories were restored...only to reveal that she was only kidding.]] * OralFixationFixation: She's often seen with a lollipop, as part of her candy theme and as one of the common trappings of the younger {{Alpha Bitch}}es. * TemptingFate: "Like I told you, you're just an accident waiting to happen." [[spoiler:Cue Vanellope accidentally glitching right in front of her and her cronies ''driving backwards''. Due to this, Taffyta and her partners can't focus on the incoming jump. Vanellope clears it while they miss it completely knocking them out of the race.]] * TomboyAndGirlyGirl: She and the other female racers in her game are bright, colorful and clean-cut Girly Girls while in comparison Vanellope is a rough-and-tumble {{Tomboy}}. * ToyShip: There is a surprisingly popular Vanellope/Taffyta pairing, known as Vanilla Taffy. * YourMakeupIsRunning: [[spoiler:At least, her makeup is running when Taffyta bursts into tears when she's briefly allowed to believe Vanellope will execute her for her previous bullying.]] !!Sour Bill [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph07_SourBill_7540.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: PerpetualFrowner personified.]] -->'''Voiced by:''' Rich Moore King Candy's diminutive minion. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Sour Bill: A Tiny Little Ball of Unsweetness]] [[hottip:*: As King Candy's diminutive henchman, Sour Bill is often left to handle the stickier situations—but this long-faced little ball isn't exactly happy about his depressing duties.]] * AnthropomorphicFood: He's a walking, talking sour ball. * CreatorCameo: He's voiced by the director, but according to WordOfGod, the cameo was not part of the original plan. * TheEeyore: Sour Bill is not happy. About anything. Ever. The only time he isn't overwhelmingly depressed is when he realizes he's in serious trouble. * GenreSavvy: After Ralph inadvertently invaded the game but was allowed to go free, only to cause more problems for Candy later, Bill realizes they can't do the same with Felix when he comes looking for Ralph and has him thrown into the "Fungeon" to be on the safe side. * MeaningfulName: Ralph says that they don't call him "sour" for nothing. (He's morose unless in serious danger.) * NonActionGuy: He doesn't display any skill in combat (even by ''Sugar Rush'' standards) or racing, and he's small even by ''Sugar Rush'' standards. When confronted by Ralph, he understandably has little chance to resist. * OhCrap: When Ralph comes to him with his ArmorPiercingQuestion, he freezes up and then runs in panic. * OnlySaneMan: He's probably the most down-to-earth inhabitant in ''Sugar Rush'' (unless you count Vanellope as well). * PerpetualFrowner: They don't call him ''Sour'' Bill for nothing. He seems equally depressed no matter who he's working for, so maybe it's in his programming. * PunchClockVillain: He implicitly aided [[spoiler:King Candy/Turbo in hijacking the game from Vanellope]], but he caves pretty easily under torture and tells Ralph how to fix things without being specifically prompted. * RaymanianLimbs: His hands and feet are green jelly bean-like blobs not connected to his sour ball head. %% * WaddlingHead !!Wynnchel and Duncan [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph08_DonutKopz_439.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: [[DonutMessWithACop Do-nut mess with a cop]], boy. Now come and get your [[FoodPorn tasty]] PoliceBrutality!]] -->'''Voiced by:''' Adam Carolla and Horatio Sanz King Candy's bumbling doughnut guards. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Wynnchel & Duncan: Strong-Arming Security]] [[hottip:*: Wynnchel and Duncan are King Candy's muscle, ensuring order in the ''Sugar Rush'' community. Just don't make 'em mad or their frosting might melt.]] * AnthropomorphicFood: Walking, talking donuts. * BadassMustache: Duncan sports one. Given that he's a donut and can't grow facial hair, it's made of sprinkles. * CoDragons: Wynnchel and Duncan are together King Candy's main enforcers in ''Sugar Rush''. %% * CoolShades: They are police officers, after all. * DonutMessWithACop: ParodiedTrope--the cops don't just like donuts, they are ''literally'' donuts. * FatAndSkinny: One is a typical round doughnut, the other is a Long John. * {{Jerkass}}es: They beat and taze Ralph even though he's currently immobilized within a giant, rock-solid muffin. * PoliceAreUseless: They prove quite incapable of stopping either Vanellope or Ralph (they only caught Ralph the first time because he trapped himself). * PoliceBrutality: They need little provocation to hit Ralph. * PunnyName: Wynnchel and Duncan are named after doughnut chains. ** Their badges say "To Heat and Serve", parodying real police mottoes like "To Protect and Serve" * TorsoWithAView: Duncan, the regular donut, has one. !!Moppet Girl [[quoteright:349:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph28_MoppetGirl_4935.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: [[AudienceSurrogate "Where’s the wrecking guy?"]]]] A young arcade enthusiast who visits Litwak's arcade. [[AudienceSurrogate Most of the outside-the-cabinet "gameplay" is witnessed through her point of view.]] -->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/StefanieScott [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:None]] * AudienceSurrogate: She's the one player the audience sees react to the choices of the video game characters, and is thus the "normal" window into the choices of the main characters. Also, she's around the age of the target audience (not counting the PeripheryDemographic of classic video game fans, of course). * BadassAdorable: She sure looks like one when wielding the light gun controller (see image). * GamerChick: The fact a young girl has been chosen to play the AudienceSurrogate role is most likely a TakeThat toward the still popular misconception denying the GamerChick trope's status as TruthInTelevision. * InnocentBystander: She's understandably confused when she tries to play ''Hero's Duty'' and [[BreakingTheFourthWall some NPC actually speaks directly to her]]. Then she's confused when she tries to play ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'', only to find the antagonist Ralph is absent from his own game (then the entire console goes nuts). * {{Meganekko}}: She wears large glasses with pink frames that match the color of her shirt. * [[NiceGuy Nice Gal]]: The two Sugar Rush players rather unchivalrously don't let her play, but her only reply is a snarky "sorry". * NoNameGiven: None of the characters she interacts with know her on a first-name basis, so her name simply never comes up. * RecurringExtra: Moppet Girl is used as a representative of the arcade clientele to show how the players see the worlds and actions of the video game characters. Her only role in the plot is to have her play of ''Hero's Duty'' ruined by Ralph going off-script, and to notice that Ralph is missing from ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'', neither of which require any connection to each other, nor to her role in the introduction of the arcade. * [[spoiler:ThrowTheDogABone]]: [[spoiler:After a round of bad luck, she experiences the new bonus level in ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' with the Q*bert characters, gets to win at ''Sugar Rush'', '''and''' makes Vanellope's dream of winning a trophy in a race come true!]] !!The Nicelanders [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph09_NicelandersGene_3911.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: Pictured: Gene, with the other Nicelanders in the background.]] -->'''Voiced by:''' Raymond S. Persi (Gene), Edie [=McClurg=] (Mary), Rachael Harris (Deanne) The inhabitants of ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'', filling their role as {{innocent bystander}}s in theory; in practice, they're not quite as innocent as their in-game role makes them out to be, as they use Ralph's villainous role as an excuse to shun him in every possible occasion. [- (Official bio for Gene) -] [[AC:Gene]][[hottip:*: is the blocky, pint-sized leader of the Nicelanders - the window-filling victims of Ralph's destruction in the game Fix-It Felix Jr. Like his fellow apartment residents in peril, Gene worships Felix and despises Ralph. In his spare time, Gene plans cocktail parties, but is always sure to leave Ralph off the guest list: to Gene, Ralph's just a bad guy and that's all he'll ever be.]] * BreakTheHaughty: The Nicelanders think that they're much better than Ralph because he's just the brutish villain of their game. It isn't until after Ralph leaves, and their game is in danger of being unplugged--thereby rendering them homeless--do they realize that he's an essential part of their game. -->''"Without Ralph, [[OhCrap we're doomed!]]" * BullyingADragon: Their harassing of Ralph: ** Technically, Ralph is 9 feet tall and built like a body-building gorilla, with the strength to match. His entire role in the game is tearing their home apart and throwing them around like rag dolls. Is genuinely getting him to dislike them really a smart move? Though Gene, at least, actually has an excuse: as the guy Ralph apparently throws at the beginning of every game, what can Ralph really do to him that he doesn't ''already'' do every game? ** On a gameplay level, Ralph is a distinctive and crucial part of the game. The Nicelanders are interchangeable power up dispensers. Ralph himself [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] this. * ButtMonkey: Although Felix eventually fixes everything, Ralph ''does'' get the satisfaction of smashing their building apart during every game. Gene (the one with the mustache) often gets tossed from the building by Ralph like a football. * DeadpanSnarker: Gene. -->'''Ralph:''' This isn't what I wanted!\\ '''Gene:''' Then what did you want, Ralph?\\ '''Ralph:''' I was just tired of living alone in the garbage.\\ '''Gene:''' Well, now you can live alone in the penthouse. * FatBastard: In addition to being jerks, they're also really fat. * GracefulLadiesLikePurple: Nicelander Mary and at least one other female Nicelander wear purple, although there isn't much graceful about them. * IGaveMyWord: Gene may be a prick, but he does honor his agreement to give Ralph a key to the penthouse after he comes back with a medal. Of course by then it was a moot point as [[spoiler:he and the others thought their arcade was going to be unplugged.]] * InnocentBystanders: In ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'', they only exist to get their homes saved by Felix--offering him powerups in the process--after Ralph damages the building. * IronicName: For a bunch of people known as ''Nice''landers, they sure treat Ralph like dirt, further indicating the difference between the fiction of the game and the reality of the characters after hours. * {{Jerkass}}: ''All of them.'' They don't even invite him to the 30th anniversary party in the first place. Yeah Ralph's the villain but the guy is still technically a co-worker and he's really given them no reason for hostility out of just ''doing his job''. Two cases stand out: ** Gene slams the door in Ralph's face when Ralph tries to join the anniversary party. Then we have this: -->'''Gene:''' ''(to Ralph)'' You're just the bad guy who wrecks the building! * LimitedAnimation: Done intentionally, due to their design (see trope below) and nature of 1980's technology. * NiceJobBreakingItHero: Although not the hero themselves, the Nicelanders are still ostensibly the "good guys" of the game. It's their rejection of Ralph despite his importance to the game that leads to him deciding to leave and try to become a hero in the first place. Had they actually treated him with respect, kindness and appreciation from a start none of the movie would likely have ever happened. * NonStandardCharacterDesign: To contrast with Felix (who's built normally) and Ralph (who has Franchise/DonkeyKong-like proportions), they are short, stout, and move in a very unnatural way compared to the main characters, due to their limited animation in the context of the game. * PintsizedPowerhouse: Tiny little guys, but can lift Ralph and toss him off of a building. * PowerUpFood: Their only gameplay function, atmosphere aside, is to put out supercharging pies for Felix. * StoutStrength: They may be stocky, and tiny compared to Ralph, but it only takes six of them to carry him away and toss him off the building. * SupremeChef: Nicelander Mary, who hands out pies and baked the anniversary cake. * TooDumbToLive: Niceland is in danger of being destroyed, thanks to Ralph leaving their game for medal-hunting. * TookALevelInKindness: At the end of the movie, [[spoiler:they give Ralph a cake with his figure on the top of the building with a medal, and give him some freshly baked pies every now and then.]] * {{Ungrateful Bastard}}s: Ralph has to outright abandon ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' before any of them realize how important his role in their game is. * {{Upper Class Twit}}s: They have luxurious living expenses provided for them by the game's programming and don't have to do anything aside from make the occasional powerup for Felix. They're also not a very bright bunch: see BullyingADragon above and WhatTheHellTownspeople right below. * WhatTheHellHero: Yes, even though Gene was the one who unintentionally pushed him into doing it, [[JerkassHasAPoint he does give one to Ralph for nearly putting the inhabitants out of a job by running off]]. * WhatTheHellTownspeople ** [[ViolationOfCommonSense Yes, let's all repeatedly snub and insult the guy]] [[TheVillainMakesThePlot whose very existence is our game's plot]]. [[SarcasmMode Hooray for Nicelander Logic!]] ** [[TooDumbToLive Yes, Gene, you should totally dare your essential-to-the-game-and-your-livelihood Bad Guy to go medal-hunting outside your game where he could possibly die or get lost]]. At least Gene had no reason to suspect Ralph would actually follow through on that, and his pre-existing prejudices would be a major factor in his attitude. !!Pvt. Markowski [[quoteright:350:[[MuggedForDisguise http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph25_Markowski_3740.JPG]]]] [[caption-width-right:350: [- Pictured: above, Markowski himself; below, Ralph, [[MuggedForDisguise disguised]] as Markowski.-] ]] -->'''Voiced by:''' Joe Lo Truglio One of the non-playable soldiers from ''Hero's Duty''. Ralph meets him in ''Tapper's'' bar and steals his armor so he can game-jump without suspicion, only for Markowski not to be seen again for the rest of the entire movie (see below). [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:None]] [- (As pictured here, the only official material about him is just a pic of Ralph in his suit.) -] * HypocriticalHumor: When Ralph asks to come with him to ''Hero's Duty'', he immediately denies the request (see the top half of his pic on the right), claiming that only the bravest of soldiers can participate. He then freaks out at the sight of a cockroach and knocks himself unconscious. * MadnessMantra: "Humanity's last hope... our mission, destroy all Cy-Bugs... humanity's last hope... our mission, destroy all Cy-Bugs..." * MuggedForDisguise: Well, not quite "mugged" as much as "stripped while unconscious" (although Ralph didn't leave him naked, either). * NervousWreck: He's introduced muttering the premise of his game while walking into a wall, unaware of what he's doing. Once Ralph catches his attention, he breaks into a rant about having to fight bugs constantly. * NonPlayableCharacter: In his game, he's one of the soldiers that escorts the PlayerCharacter. * ScreamsLikeALittleGirl: The well-armored, well-armed, programmed-to-be-competent marine turns into a panicky, screaming mess upon seeing a cockroach in ''Tapper's''. * WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Was last seen about a third of the way into the movie, locked in ''Tapper's'' broom closet, dressed only in Zangief's lost loincloth. ** If you look reeaally closely [[spoiler:at the bride's side of the aisle during Calhoun and Felix's wedding,]] you can see him standing between Kohut and the flag officer who awards players with the Medal of Heroes. \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ !!The Cy-Bugs [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph11_CyBugz_3615.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: [- Just in case you ever wondered what DemonicSpiders would look like in a Disney movie. -] ]] The Cy-Bugs are a deadly swarm of robotic insect creatures that are the main villains of the first person shooter known as ''Hero's Duty''. Their HiveMind mentality and massive numbers make them a deadly foe to face, though their ability to consume and then assimilate whatever or whoever they come into contact with makes them even more frightening. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Cy-Bugs: insects [[GoneHorriblyWrong gone bad]]]][[hottip:*: Menacing creatures known as Cy-Bugs are a deadly threat to not only their game, ''Hero's Duty'', but the entire arcade. They know just three things: Eat, destroy and multiply. Players beware! Cy-Bugs can morph into anything they eat - from an attack buggy to an assault rifle. They do have one weakness - an attraction to bright light. [[FridgeBrilliance (They are bugs, after all.)]] * AchillesHeel: The bugs are drawn in by a massive light, The Beacon, which destroys them. [[spoiler:Ralph turns Diet Cola Mountain into an improvised version of the Beacon by collapsing the Mentos stalactites, saving ''Sugar Rush'' from the Cy-Bugs and killing King Candy/Turbo (who's been fused with a Cy-Bug).]] * AIIsACrapshoot ** In-Universe, according to the [[AllThereInTheManual "Hero's Duty" prequel comic]], the Cy-Bugs were originally built as adaptable toys that would evolve and change depending on their owners. Then the company saw military potential in them... ** The Cy-Bugs are a truly dangerous threat because they are precisely what they were programmed to be: a mindless swarm of endlessly reproducing insects. Unlike the other video game characters, they aren't AnimatedActors, being unable to distinguish between game time and after-hours like the other game characters can. Even more problematic is that they're, in effect, a virus rather than actual characters. They reproduce quickly, spawning new enemies in their game rather than resetting the same old ones over and over like the hero characters do (the ones in their game, anyway). * AssimilationBackfire ** In their own game, the Cy-Bugs are metallic from eating the metal around them. Ralph has trouble dealing with a single, juvenile Cy-Bug thanks to this, but in the finale, the [[spoiler:candy-armored]] Cy-Bugs are far easier for him to dispatch. ** The Cy-Bug that eats [[spoiler:King Candy/Turbo]] ends up under that person's control. * BizarreAlienReproduction: They all appear capable of laying eggs, and can do so when there's only one of them. * BugWar: Their purpose in ''Hero's Duty'' is to provide the bug opposition to Sgt. Calhoun's armor-clad human soldiers. * CannibalismSuperpower: The Cy-Bugs gain the attributes of anything they eat. If they happen to [[YouAreWhoYouEat eat a sentient being]], [[spoiler:they also gain the subject's memories and personality.]] * {{Cyborg}}: They are partly cybernetic, hence where the "Cy" in Cy-Bug comes from.. * ExplosiveBreeder: A single Cy-Bug goes from egg to fully grown in mere moments, and they lay several eggs at a time. In just a few hours, a single Cy-Bug [[spoiler:released into ''Sugar Rush'']] creates an unstoppable horde. * GoneHorriblyRight: In order to simulate an all-consuming horde of insectoid monsters for ''Hero's Duty'', the Cy-Bugs were programmed as... an all-consuming horde of insectoid monsters with no restraints. The only thing keeping them under control is their uncontrollable desire to fly towards the Beacon: a glowing pillar of destructive energy. Without the Beacon to keep them in check, they are the apocalyptic swarm they were designed to be. * HordeOfAlienLocusts: Not just their role in ''Hero's Duty'', but what they actually are. ''Hero's Duty'' can contain them. If they ever escaped, nothing could keep them in check. * MindControlEyes: When the Beacon is activated, their eyes turn blue. * PunnyName: 'Cy-Bug' is an obvious pun on 'Cyborg'. * RedHerring: Many of the trailers give the impression that, overall, the Cy-Bugs are the main foes of the movie. [[spoiler:While they play a significant part, they're not the BigBad.]] * SealedEvilInADuel: Of a sort. They're more or less safely contained within ''Hero's Duty'' in a war between themselves and the heroic soldiers. However, if one of them got out, it would be horror for the populace of the games as a whole. * SicklyGreenGlow: Their wings and eyes have a green "biolumiescence", and they're not exactly benevolent. [[spoiler:Evolves into LightIsNotGood with the assimination of King Candy, as the resulting Cy-Bug has [[HeavenlyBlue violet and blue light]] instead.]] !!Mr. Surge Protector [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph12_Surge_6246.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "Anything to declare?"]] -->'''Voiced by:''' Phil Johnston The deadpan super of Game Central Station whose job is to make sure every character is headed to their game on-schedule and makes sure it runs smoothly. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: Surge Protector: The One with the Clipboard]][[hottip:*: With the duties of a high school hall monitor and the officiousness of a mall rent-a-cop, this straight-laced civil servant is more hassle than help. But electrical voltage spikes are no laughing matter.]] * AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: He's got blue skin, owing to the fact that he's little more than a hologram. * AnthropomorphicPersonification: He's the human-shaped projection of the surge protector in the power strip that serves as [[InnBetweenTheWorlds Game Central Station]]. * CreatorCameo: Phil Johnston is co-writer of the screenplay. * DeadpanSnarker -->'''Protector:''' Anything to declare?\\ '''Ralph:''' I hate you.\\ '''Protector:''' I get that a lot. * ElementalHair: His hair is actually electric sparks emitting from wires, giving him the impression that he's balding. %% * EnsembleDarkhorse: On Tumblr. He even has a FanNickname, Bertram, which is actually supposed to be his middle name. * FailedASpotCheck: Doesn't even ''look up'' when asking if Ralph is smuggling cherries from ''Pac-Man'', despite that a single look would tell him so. * FantasticRacism: Ralph complains that he gets stopped for a "random" security check every time he goes to or from Game Central Station, accusing him of profiling. * GeniusLoci: He's both himself and the Game Central Station. ** MeaningfulName * NotSoAboveItAll: The credits show him [[spoiler:as the one who spray paints Game Central Station's graffiti]]. ** [[spoiler:Though, on the other hand, it's probable that he's not the ''only'' one doing it- at least one appeared to be from Turbo himself.]] * PoliceAreUseless: He doesn't appear to be actually capable of stopping characters from coming or going if they're really determined, not to mention his FailedASpotCheck moment above. [[spoiler:Ralph flies the ''Hero's Duty'' escape pod past him without resistance, and Turbo managed to invade another game during arcade hours.]] !!Dr. Brad Scott [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph37_DrBradJones_2441.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "Wow, you are one dynamite gal."]] A former colleague of Calhoun's, he only exists in the backstory of ''Hero's Duty'' - the same backstory described as "the most tragic ever", since Calhoun had to witness his death before her very eyes. On her wedding day. And he was supposed to be her groom. [[TheFirstCutIsTheDeepest Yeah.]] [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:None]] * AllThereInTheManual: Don't expect his name to come up in the movie. * DeathByOriginStory: [[DeconstructedTrope Deconstructed.]] A character whose only reason of existence (or rather, lack thereof) is to provide the protagonist the attitude she needs may be a "cool" storytelling device for [[YouBastard the audience/players]], but to the characters ''living'' in that very same [[TrueArtIsAngsty "necessarily"]] [[RatedMForMoney grim & gritty]] scenario... [[ShootTheShaggyDog it's just pointlessly depressing.]] (For extra "YouBastard" points, all of this is PlayedForLaughs. [[BlackComedy Yeah.]]) * PosthumousCharacter: ''Also'' deconstructed. The fact he might ''only exist in Calhoun's mind'' drives home how pointless his existence is - he couldn't be saved, he doesn't even exist, but Calhoun still suffers from this. * TragicMonster: We're introduced to him after knowing Cy-Bugs become what they eat. Guess how he died. \\ \\ \\ \\ !!Mr. Stan Litwak [[quoteright:275:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph27_Litwak_6803.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:275: [[CoolOldGuy "Morning kids, come on in. Good to see you, good to see you... you too, little fellow."]]]] The owner of Litwak's Family Fun Center, the arcade where the film takes place. -->'''Voiced by:''' Ed O'Neill [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:None]] * AlmightyJanitor: Given he specifically said "[[spoiler:Ralph's '''back!''']]" upon seeing his game working again, it's heavily implied he's very much aware of how the games... aren't "''just'' games" (despite still needing actual technical assistance when one of them "goes cuckoo"). * CoolOldGuy: He has been shown to have a really casual attitude towards his customers, young and older alike. He also cracks jokes sometimes, and the only one of his we get to hear is kind of a [[BlackComedy dark]] one. * MeaningfulName: As the ReasonableAuthorityFigure he is, he's not named '''[[StanLee Stan Li]]'''twak for nothing[[hottip:*: (And as a FreezeFrameBonus, his younger counterpart actually resembles - albeit slightly - a younger StanLee during the quick montage at the beginning of the movie)]]. Doubles as a ShoutOut. (In the earlier draft posted online, his name was Larry Litwak). * NiceGuy: Cares much for his customers (even if they're slightly older outside the current age for arcades) and even the arcades themselves such as when [[spoiler:Ralph returned to his game and it was working properly. He was more then glad to see that he didn't have to unplug it.]] * NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: He's essentially the fictional counterpart of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_Day Walter Day,]] gaming referee (see also ''TheKingOfKong'' and ''Chasing Ghosts'' for further details) and founder of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twin_Galaxies Twin Galaxies,]] the company officially keeping track of gaming records for the Guinness. * ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Refunds Moppet Girl's quarter when ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' is obviously on the fritz. \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ !! General Hologram and the other holograms [[quoteright:346:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph39_Hologram_5754.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:346: "You are the universe’s greatest hero."[[hottip:*: Pictured: above, the General; center, the other soldiers; below, a group shot of them alongside Ralph.]]]] The [[MeaningfulName hologram]] of an otherwise unseen general, delivering an in-game pre-recorded RousingSpeech of his as a reward for any players who obtains the Medal of Heroes in ''Hero's Duty''. His hologram is accompanies by those of other fellow soldiers saluting the player. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: General Hologram: Man with a Medal]][[hottip:*: General Hologram is the consummate soldier: He’s bold and distinguished, serious and professional. Tapped to stand sentinel over the ultimate prize in Hero’s Duty—the coveted Medal of Heroes—General Hologram is honored to bestow the medal to anyone who is skilled enough to make it to the top of the 99-story tower.]] * ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment General Hologram is the hologram of General Hologram.]] * RousingSpeech: Try listening to his words without feeling like the biggest badass in the universe. You will fail. * SequenceBreaking: Turns out accessing the final room without dealing with the Cy-Bugs triggers the holograms anyway. * ShoutOut: Given the pre-recorded message, it's hard not to think of ''{{Metroid}}''[='s=] [[MetroidOtherM Adam Malkovich]]. Might well be an {{expy}}. * TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: Very much [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] when Ralph accidentally hatches a Cy-Bug egg, causing him to run back and forth in despair as the hatchling attaches itself to Ralph's face, while Hologram's pre-recorded speech is actually ''praising'' Ralph's supposed virtues. It's either DramaticIrony or HypocriticalHumor, take your pick. \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ !!The ''Sugar Rush'' racers [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph26_SugarRushers_7324.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "CHEWS YOUR RACER!"[[hottip:*: Pictured: Adorabeezle Winterpop, Gloyd Orangeboar, Snowanna Rainbeau, Swizzle Malarkey, Rancis Fluggerbutter, Candlehead, Crumbelina Di Caramello, Jubileena Bing-Bing, Minty Zaki, Minty Sakura (Zaki's substitute for the movie's Japanese release), [[PaletteSwap Citrusella Flugpucker, Sticky Wipplesnit, Nougetsia Brumblestain and Torvald Batterbutter.]]]] -->'''Candlehead voiced by:''' Katie Lowes\\ '''Rancis voiced by:''' Jamie Elman\\ '''Jubileena voiced by:''' Josie Trinidad\\ '''Crumbelina voiced by:''' Cymbre Walk The player characters of ''Sugar Rush'', a group of [[PintSizedKid Pint-Sized Kids]] who pimp themselves and their karts out in confectionery themes of all kinds. Don't be fooled by their sweet appearances -- they're as hard and mean as they come. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Candlehead: Happy Hot Head]][[hottip:*: Candlehead is a riot who's able to laugh at herself —even when she's the butt of the joke. Hypnotized by the flame atop her own head, she gets lost in a haze of Happy Birthdays. ''Sugar Rush'' and its daily races wouldn't be complete without Candlehead, but she’s a few scoops short of a sundae.]]\\ [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Jubileena Bing-Bing: The Icing On The Cake]][[hottip:*: One look at her racing car and it's obvious that Jubileena is as sweet as a cherry pie. Her cheerful smile and her enthusiasm are really contagious. Despite being one of the best racers of ''Sugar Rush'', she doesn't always aim for the finish line. Winning is nice, but in the end, the only thing that really matters is love!]]\\ [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Crumbelina Di Caramello: Likes It Luxe]] [[hottip:*: With the exterior of a polished piece of peppermint, Crumbelina Di Caramello is the poshest racer in ''Sugar Rush''. But when it comes to racing, extravagance and wealth doesn't distract Di Caramello; she considers herself as a down-and-dirty racer.]]\\ [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Adorabeezle Winterpop: Sweet Skiing]] [[hottip:*: Adorabeezle Winterpop is the prettiest, happiest, most amiable ice champion of all time. She's a racing and skiing fanatic who loves exploring new tracks hidden on the sugar-covered slopes of ''Sugar Rush''.]]\\ [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Snowanna Rainbeau: Cool Chick]] [[hottip:*: A ''Sugar Rush'' racer with some serious style, Snowanna Rainbeau is a vivacious young spirit with a personality as loud and colorful as her hairdo. With a boogying beat in her soul, she’s as cool as ice! Watch out racers, she’ll lay down a funky track with her chilling charm and you’ll never see it coming!]]\\ [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Rancis Fluggerbutter: Love Thy Self]] [[hottip:*: This blazer-wearing boy wonder likes looking in the mirror almost as much as he likes racing. Rancis Fluggerbutter may look like a party on the outside, but he’s all business on the inside. He has bright eyes and even brighter ideas, which are reflected in his smooth racing techniques.]]\\ [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Gloyd Orangeboar: Prankster with a Sweet Tooth]] [[hottip:*: Round-faced little hooligan Gloyd Orangeboar loves nothing more than candy, candy, candy! Fortunately for him, ''Sugar Rush'' has plenty to choose from and he enjoys it all. For this fast-racing prankster, every day is Halloween.]]\\ [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Swizzle "The Swizz" Malarkey: The Spice of ''Sugar Rush'']] [[hottip:*: Lover of adrenaline, Swizzle “The Swizz” Malarkey thinks that life must be lived to the last breath. There is nothing he can’t defy, no stunt he can’t perform or individual he can’t beat. His racing is fast and elegant, just like his philosophy of life.]]\\ [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Minty Zaki: Ice Cream With a Surprise]] [[hottip:*: Minty Zaki, the queen of the ice cream set in jewel, always has an ace up her tasty sleeve, especially when it comes to racing. Refreshing and full of resources, Minty Zaki is a defender of good causes, but for the wrong reasons.]]

* AdaptationDyeJob: Gloyd's hair is dark brown in the movie, but his plushie gives him green hair. This appears to be a holdover from older concept art of Gloyd, which was used for most merchandise as well as his picture on the arcade machine. ** Some merchandise depicts Rancis as a redhead and Swizzle with red or brown hair. See also YouDontLookLikeYou. * AllThereInTheManual: Their bios on the official ''Wreck-It Ralph'' site reveal information about them that is not present in the movie, such as Crumbelina being an UpperClassTwit. * AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance: ** Snowanna has her hair styled in an afro that resembles a snow cone, complete with popsicle stick. Combine that with her sorbet-cup-shaped racing kart... ** Gloyd's concept art depicts him with green hair like grass beneath his pumpkin hat. * BadassDriver: Given that ''Sugar Rush'' is a racing game, this is kind of a requirement for them to be playable in the game at all. * BlondGuysAreEvil: Rancis plays one of Taffyta's [[TheDragon Dragons,]] joining the other racers in bullying Vanellope. After his HeelFaceTurn, it becomes... ** HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: The book ''One Sweet Race'' has him partner with Vanellope to make a kart that he names after both of them. %% * BraidsOfAction: Adorabeezle's hairstyle is very difficult to see in the film unless one is paying ''very'' close attention to her, but [[http://25.media.tumblr.com/e14475f5af3a901c6e75f7c905ea60bb/tumblr_memz2gGflJ1r8d6cfo1_400.gif this gif]] (and her plushie) reveal that she wears her hair in a long braid underneath her hat. By extension, this also applies to Nougetsia, her PaletteSwap. %% * {{Cheerful Child}}ren * CoDragons: Rancis and Candlehead to Taffyta. For most of the movie, they're always right next to her, ready to do whatever she commands. * CompetitiveBalance: Their stats in the playable version of ''Sugar Rush'' vary from kart to kart. See FragileSpeedster, JackOfAllStats, LightningBruiser, and MightyGlacier for information on individual karts. * CoolCar: ''Sugar Rush'' being a racing game, their karts are as integral to the game as they are, although how they manage to hold up when they're made of candy, ice cream, peppermints, marshmallows and (in one case) a giant hollowed-out popsicle is anyone's guess. * CuteIsEvil: Their adorable looks do not change the fact that they smashed Vanellope's kart to keep her from joining the Random Roster Race. [[spoiler:Subverted after their HeelFaceTurn.]] * ADayInTheLimelight: Post-HeelFaceTurn, Rancis gets a piece of the spotlight pie (excuse the pun) to himself in the tie-in storybook ''One Sweet Race''. * {{Defictionalization}}: [[http://25.media.tumblr.com/2f940755b735bbd1e3eec8aa7c254ef0/tumblr_mg6yzeS8791qjpdszo1_1280.jpg One cosplayer]] was able to make an IRL version of Jubileena's kart. * TheDitz: Candlehead's official bio describes her as "a few scoops short of a sundae". * DubNameChange: To go along with her new design, the Japanese release of the movie changes Minty Zaki's name to Minty Sakura. All other foreign dubs localize and alter just about all of the kids' names. * EdibleThemeNaming: Rancis Flugger'''butter''' and '''Minty''' Zaki. * EverythingsBetterWithPlushies: Excluding the palette-swaps, all of them are available in plushie form. Sweet! * FanNickname: On Tumblr, Adorabeezle's name is often shortened to "Beezle/Beezy". * FragileSpeedster: Gloyd, Minty, Candlehead, Taffyta and Adorabeezle, to varying degrees in the playable version of ''Sugar Rush''. They're faster than a blazing Hot Tamale, but their karts can be difficult to control if going too fast and can crash easily. * GenderBlenderName: One of Minty's recolors is named Torvald Batterbutter. [[http://flyingpochama948.tumblr.com/post/43063978441/more-things It appears this is due to the fact that Torvald was initially intended to be a male racer and palette-swap of Swizzle Malarkey]]. For some reason or another, the name was re-assigned to the Minty recolor. * GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Citrusella Flugpucker is kind of a PunnyName - try pronouncing her last name aloud over and over. * GirlishPigtails: Crumbelina, Jubileena and Candlehead. See the image. * HairDecorations: Minty and her palette swaps wear hair bows that appear to be made from candy wrappers. ** The early concept art depicts Minty and Jubileena wearing numerous, tiny gumdrop-shaped barrettes. The concept art of Crumbelina also had her wearing sprinkles and mints in her hair. ** Minty Sakura has two raspberries and a pink Pocky stick worn in her hair, along with what appears to be a chocolate scrunchie. * HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:After their memories are restored, they apologize to Vanellope and become nicer overall. Especially evident in the storybook ''One Sweet Race'', where Rancis and Vanellope even work on a kart together.]] * HotBlooded: Swizzle's bio describes him as extremely passionate. -->"Lover of adrenaline, Swizzle “The Swizz” Malarkey thinks that life must be lived to the last breath. There is nothing he can’t defy, no stunt he can’t perform or individual he can’t beat. His racing is fast and elegant, just like his philosophy of life." * JackOfAllStats: Jubileena and Rancis have equal stats across the board in the playable version of ''Sugar Rush'', although Rancis' overall stats are higher than Jubileena's. * KidsAreCruel: They're treat Vanellope like trash for being a glitch. * [[spoiler:LaserGuidedAmnesia]]: [[spoiler:The reason they and their leader Taffyta are so mean to Vanellope is because King Candy locked up their memories of her and manipulated them into believing she was a danger to their game.]] * LightningBruiser: Swizzle in the playable version of ''Sugar Rush''. Decent speed, good handling and high sweetness -- great performance all around. * MeaningfulName / PunnyName: Jubileena Bing-Bing's name refers to three things -- her cheery (jubilant) personality, the cherries jubilee dessert, and bing cherries (in case you haven't noticed, her design is based on cherries). * MightyGlacier: Crumbelina in the playable version of ''Sugar Rush''. The player is less likely to spin out of control when playing as her, but the downside is that she moves at the speed of molasses. * {{Motif}}: Their designs are based on different types of candy and desserts (and, in Jubileena's case, fruit). * MulticoloredHair: Snowanna's afro is red, orange, yellow, pink and purple. * NiceHat: Discounting Snowanna, Minty, Sticky, and Torvald, all of them wear hats, ranging from simple (Adorabeezle's ushanka) to outrageously goofy-looking (Candlehead's cupcake hat). Candlehead's is where she gets her name from, and Gloyd's is as big as his entire head (if not bigger). * NonIndicativeName: Minty does not have a motif based around mints (hers seems to be sour apples or apple toffee). That position is shared between Adorabeezle and Candlehead. * OddNameOut: Candlehead is the only racer with a one-word name instead of two. * TheOneGuy: The only playable male characters aside from King Candy are Gloyd, Rancis and Swizzle. Justified -- ''Sugar Rush'' appears to have been designed mainly for girls (but try telling that to the two guys who won't let Moppet Girl play). * OutOfFocus[=/=]LivingProp: The four PaletteSwap racers don't get any lines, have no distinct personalities due to their lack of biographies, do not appear in any merchandise, and aren't even playable in the online version of ''Sugar Rush''. Doesn't stop the fans from loving them just as much as the other racers, though - ask Tumblr. * PinkMeansFeminine: Four of them. ** Taffyta is dressed in all pink. ** The majority of Candlehead's outfit is bright pink, including her jacket, paper cup skirt, the ties on her boots, and even the frosting on her cupcake hat. ** Nougetsia is a recolor of Adorabeezle with pink-tinted clothes. ** Minty Sakura wears a bright pink kimono. * [[PintSizedKid Pint-Sized Kids]]: Their designs are similar to chibi anime characters. * RaceLift: Minty's redesign for the Japanese release of the movie includes lighter skin. ** However, the original American Minty design can also be seen in the film in other scenes, suggesting that they didn't have time to redo all of them to feature the new look. * TheSeventies: Snowanna's costume and overall aesthetic is built around this era. %% * RavenHairIvorySkin: Adorabeezle, although it's difficult to see her hair given that most of it is hidden by her hat. * ShesAManInJapan: All of the Sugar Rush racers are referred to as girls in the Russian dub, and Rancis, Gloyd, and Swizzle are given feminine names (though Rancis retains a masculine voice). Rancis, Gloyd, and Swizzle also receive gender changes in the Dutch dub. * SkewedPriorities: When [[spoiler:Vanellope rams Taffyta, Candlehead and Rancis off the racetrack]], Candlehead is more upset about the candle on her cupcake hat having been extinguished than [[spoiler:losing the race]]. * SpellMyNameWithAnS: The online Disney Store merch spells Candlehead's name as "Candle Head", presumably to make it more similar to the other racers' names which are all two words. ** Prototypes of the Sugar Rush figurines had their own unusual spellings (including "Candle Head"), some of them likely typos: Adorabeezle as "Adorabeezie", Taffyta as "Taffeta", Vanellope as "Vanelolope", and Gloyd's surname spelled as "Orangbeor". * SpellMyNameWithAThe: It isn't used in the film proper, but Swizzle's InSeriesNickname is apparently "The Swizz". %% * TrueBlueFemininity: Adorabeezle wears a blue dress with a darker blue jacket and blue boots to go with her winter motif. That, and she plays one of several [[TomboyAndGirlyGirl Girly Girls to Vanellope's Tomboy.]] * ThirteenIsUnlucky: Gloyd Orangeboar, fitting with his Halloween theme and prankster personality, has a kart number of 13. * ToyShip: There are loads for them, but Rancis/Vanellope, known as Vanilla Butter and Taffyta/Vanellope, known as Vanilla Taffy are the most popular. * TwoGirlsAndAGuy: Candlehead and Rancis spend most of their screen time by Taffyta's side. * TheVoiceless / TheQuietOne: With the exception of Taffyta, obviously, the majority of them do not speak, and the ones that do are Rancis ("It's the Glitch!" and "Yeah, those were [[JustJokingJustification jokes]]."), Jubileena ("Oh yeah!" and "Oh no! I g-g-g-glitch too!"), Candlehead ("My candle!" and "I was just doing what Taffyta told me to do!"), and Crumbelina ("Oh... uh-oh..."). * VSign: Adorabeezle's, Jubileena's and Minty Sakura's poses in their official artwork. * WhatCouldHaveBeen: ** Candlehead originally had Minty's name. Her early design depicts her as looking like [[http://images.wikia.com/disney/images/d/dd/Candlehead_Concept_Art.PNG this.]] Some elements of Minty!Candlehead still remain in the final film and tie-in merchandise, such as her chocolate chip mint kart, her being referred to as "Minty Zaki" in ''One Sweet Race'', and her grandstand displaying the name "Minty" on it. The Candlehead plushie is also mint-scented, while the Minty Zaki plushie smells of apple. *** On top of all that, Minty Sakura's design more closely resembles Candlehead than her American counterpart (note the green eyes, the chocolate in her hair, the pink theme, and her polka-dot stockings). [[http://citrusella-flugpucker.tumblr.com/post/47746506198/highest-quality-minty-sakura-concept-i-could-get Her early concept art]] also shows that her Pocky stick was to be on fire, much like Candlehead's candle. ** [[http://pumpkinfishes.tumblr.com/post/36016807329/time-for-a-sugar-rush-name-puzzle An early version of the Sugar Rush arcade machine]] and [[http://pumpkinfishes.tumblr.com/post/35984272527/sugar-rush-hhhhh-this-little-model-of-the concept designs of the stands]] show that the racers all had their names altered through production to some extent. Some references to these names remain in the final film (such as Rancis' stand reading "Buttercap"): *** Taffata Muttonfudge > Taffyta Muttonfudge *** Peterbelly Buttercap -> Rancis Fluggerbutter *** Minty Zaki -> Candlehead *** Jubeelina Bing -> Jubileena Bing-Bing *** Crumbelina Drizzlecap -> Crumbelina Di Caramello *** Emmareld -> Minty Zaki *** Rumple -> Gloyd Orangeboar *** Merfus -> Swizzle Malarkey *** Snowana Rainbeau-> Snowanna Rainbeau *** Adorabella Winterpop-> Adorabeezle Winterpop ** Some concept art also depicts racers and their karts that [[http://images.wikia.com/disney/images/5/58/Sugar_Rush_Concept_-_Scrapped_Characters.jpg didn't make it]] into the final cut of the movie. ** Torvald Batterbutter was to be a recolor of Swizzle, while Sticky Wipplesnit was a recolor of Crumbelina. Both wound up being palette-swaps of Minty, though their icons on the racing chart show their original appearances. In contrast, Citrusella Flugpucker was originally to be a deep blue version of Minty, but was changed to be a palette swap of Jubileena. Their racing icons were corrected to their finalized appearances in the Spanish and Japanese versions of the film, although the original Torvald icon inexplicably replaces Nougetsia on the list. * YouDontLookLikeYou: Adorabeezle's costume is inconsistently drawn between her stock art, her plush toy, and the film (explained in detail [[http://ask-donald-snacakes.tumblr.com/post/37347548915/my-problem-with-adorabeezle-winterpop here]]). ** In an [[UnfortunateImplications unfortunate example]], Snowanna Rainbeau was depicted with purple skin in her plushie (as well as some merchandise artwork like the ''Look and Find'' book) instead of her proper dark brown skintone, which lead to said plushies being recalled due to the controversy and destroyed for the "quality issue". ** The same Look and Find book depicted Candlehead and Minty with light green skin, as well as giving Swizzle brown hair, making Rancis a redhead, and giving Adorabeezle icy blue skin. The brown-haired Swizzle has popped up in some other merchandise as well. Rancis and Swizzle are also depicted with red hair in their racing icons in international versions of the film. It would seem these oddities might have been remnants of older concept art, as Swizzle has brown hair in the artbook and was to have blue skin at an earlier point (similar to the other instances of the children having technicolor skintones). ** Snowanna isn't the only racer to have an off-model plushie. Plushie!Rancis has a red jacket instead of a brown one, which also carries over to a figurine. ** Minty is light-skinned in her icon on the leaderboard (similar to her palette swap Sticky), while her actual design and most merchandise have her AmbiguouslyBrown. The light-skinned Minty icon also carries over to the artwork seen in other international versions. * YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Candlehead, both of Minty's designs, Plushie!Gloyd, and Swizzle (all green), Citrusella (blue), Sticky (turquoise), Nougetsia (dark pink) and Snowanna (several different colors). [[/folder]] [[folder:Cameo Characters]] [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph13_Cameos_9199.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: [- Pictured: the posters [[WolverinePublicity focused on the cameos]]... [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and the one featuring]] the OriginalGeneration. -] ]] As mentioned in the opening paragraph, one of the most notable aspects of the movie is how Disney went out of its way and licensed a bunch of cameo characters from notable video game franchises. Unlike other cameos, these are neither [[LawyerFriendlyCameo lawyer-friendly]] nor [[CaptainErsatz blatant knockoffs]]. They're just the honest-to-God real deal, and their appearances here have a plot-relevant role (despite still remaining background characters), to boot! Not only, there's [[ShownTheirWork a great amount of detail and attention paid to them by the movie's makers.]] So, let's see the cameos present in this movie. Due to the many characters, some of whom are well hidden, this list is incomplete. !!General list of characters, sorted by company !!!Creator/{{Nintendo}} * King Bowser Koopa from ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' Mii-{{Expy}} versions of Princess Peach and Daisy also appear, and Mario himself is name-dropped by Felix at his 30th anniversary party. !!!{{Sega}} * Sonic the Hedgehog and Dr. Eggman from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' * Neff from ''AlteredBeast'' * Cyril the Zombie from ''HouseOfTheDead'' !!!{{Capcom}} * M. Bison[[hottip:*: replaces Dr. Wily of ''VideoGame/MegaMan'']], Zangief, Chun-Li, Cammy, and Blanka from ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'' * Ryu and Ken from ''VideoGame/StreetFighter'' !!!{{Midway}} (now WarnerBros Interactive) * Paperboy from ''{{Paperboy}}''. * The Bartender from ''{{Tapper}}''. * Kano and Smoke from ''MortalKombat'' are part of Ralph's villain support group. * The player knight from ''VideoGame/{{Joust}}''. !!!NamcoBandai * Pac-Man, Clyde, Inky, Blinky and Pinky from ''VideoGame/{{Pac-Man}}''. * Taizo Hori, Fygar, and Pooka from ''DigDug''. !!!Gottlieb (later Mylstar) * Q*bert, Coily, Slick and Ugg from ''QBert''. !!!{{Konami}} * Frogger from ''{{Frogger}}''. * Yuni from ''DanceDanceRevolution''. !!!{{Atari}} * The ball and paddles from ''VideoGame/{{Pong}}''. * Bently Bear from ''VideoGame/CrystalCastles''. !!!Creator/DataEast * Peter Pepper and an egg from ''VideoGame/BurgerTime''. !!!Taito America * The Qix from ''{{VideoGame/Qix}}''. !!!Muginoho * The [[http://muginohointl.com/ Beard Papa's]] mascot is a security guard at the ''Sugar Rush'' car factory. !!!Disney * Tiny the Tyrannosaurus Rex from ''Disney/MeetTheRobinsons''. ---- !!Detailed list of characters, in order of appearance[[hottip:*: (Although Yuni, Ryu and Ken technically appear first, the Bad-Anon is listed first)]]. ---- !!The Bad-Anon [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph14_BadAnon_4232.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: [- [[BadIsGoodAndGoodIsBad "I'm bad, and that's good. I'll never be good, and that's not bad. There's no one I'd rather be... than me."]] -] ]] Short for Bad-Guys Anonymous, this reunion of famous gaming villains is what, on a meta level, drew attention to the movie in the first place: this OneSceneWonder was the first sign that this would be a movie "that got it right". In this reunion, [[spoiler:taking place in the ghost-cage from ''Pac-Man'' and]] hosted by Clyde the ghost, various "bad guys" share their frustration about how their role doesn't help their popularity at all. All of them have some kind of issues about it, although the one who makes the biggest deal out of it is undoubtedly Ralph himself. [- (Official bios) -] [[AC: Some of them (see below)]] * AdvertisedExtra: Applies to all the cameos in general, but most of the movie's marketing included the Bad-Anon as one of its core points. See OneSceneWonder below. * BadIsGoodAndGoodIsBad: Their mantra, known as the "Bad Guy Affirmation", is essentially an oath based on this concept. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] In that their villainy is just part of a role they play. -->''"I'm bad, and that's good. I'll never be good, and that's not bad. There's no one I'd rather be... than me."'' * BookEnds: [[spoiler:Ralph returns at the Bad-Anon at the end of the movie, only he's much happier with his job now, thus deserving a round of applause by the other "villains".]] * DysfunctionJunction: Self-esteem issues are implied for every one of them, hence the "one game at a time" banner in order to discourage villains from attempting to seek popularity in other games, as it would put their own home game in jeopardy. * LegionOfDoom: Averted. Sure, they're all powerful villains in the same room, but they're not plotting anything [[PunchClockVillain because they're not doing their job during this scene]]. * MassOhCrap: When Ralph announces he doesn't "want to be the bad guy anymore", especially due to how the rest of the group is otherwise faithful to each one's job - despite the unpopularity coming with it. Then again, this is what happens with most Disney movies dealing with a radical change in an established order. * OneSceneWonder: Unarguably so; given the amount of attention it drew to the movie in the first place, it's no wonder Disney's been GenreSavvy enough to include this geek-bait of a scene in all trailers for the movie (including the Japanese dub, ''[[MarketBasedTitle "Sugar Rush"]]''). * PunchClockVillain: In the context of the movie, gaming characters are treated like actors playing their own role, and much like Ralph, the villains are [[NiceGuy good-natured people]] [[MeanCharacterNiceActor playing villains.]] * ShownTheirWork: All the cameos feature a lot of research to some extent. WordOfGod explained that, while setting some conditions, the game companies understood straight away that Disney had the best of intentions with the movie, licensed cameos included. In setting said conditions, the game companies owning the characters essentially helped the movie's writers in keeping the cameos true to their original form. * TheSmurfettePrinciple: There's only one female member present, who seems to be based off of [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Morrigan]]. * TropaholicsAnonymous: This reunion is ''very'' reminiscent of real-life Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, right down to the "Hi, I'm (X); hi, (X)" routine. !!Clyde [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph20_Clyde_4941.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "Nice share, Ralph."[[hottip:*: (As with Eggman below, Clyde doesn't seem to have any official character artwork; the image here comes from his official bio seen on the movie's site, instead.)]]]] -->'''Voiced by:''' Kevin Deters One of the ghosts from ''PacMan'' debuts in the DisneyAnimatedCanon with a secondary job as the host of the Bad-Anon meetings [[spoiler:at his own home]]. Calm and collected, Clyde helps the others deal with their self-esteem issues, as their villainous roles, and consequent unpopularity, has taken quite the toll on the spirit they do their jobs with, although discouraging any thought of trying to play a different role. Like Coily, Eggman and Bison below, Clyde appears alongside the hero opposing him, as Pac-Man himself makes a cameo in another point of the movie. Used with Creator/NamcoBandai's permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: Clyde: Orange and finally in charge]] [- Clyde, the orange ghost who - along with pals Inky, Blinky and Pinky - has made PAC-MAN's life difficult. These days old Clyde leads the weekly Bad-Anon meeting in his spare time. -] * BlueWithShock: Alongside Bowser and Sonic below, Clyde is the one character with a particular in-game trait that the writers managed to work into the movie as a gag. In Clyde's case, he becomes BlueWithShock when doing his part in the bad guys' MassOhCrap, becoming blue [[ShownTheirWork exactly]] as he does when Pac-Man eats a power pellet. * ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Clyde never really loses his cool, regardless of the villains' poor self-esteem. * SincerityMode: When he tells Ralph that "[[YouCantFightFate we can't change who we are]]", he says it without any trace of malice in his voice. * TeamDad: He even kickstarts "the Bad-Guy affirmation" (quoted as the caption under the image for Bad-Anon, above). * YouCantFightFate: -->'''Clyde:''' ''"Ralph, Ralph, we get it. But we can't change who we are."'' !!Zangief [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph15_Zangief_9148.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "One game at a time, Ralph."]] -->'''Voiced by:''' Rich Moore The [[MotherRussiaMakesYouStrong Russian-born powerhouse]] hailing from the ''StreetFighter'' franchise makes his debut in the DisneyAnimatedCanon as a "bad guy" who really isn't, in order to help other gaming villains to be happy with the role they're given despite the fact they're all good-natured guys at heart. Used with Creator/{{Capcom}}'s permission. [- (Official Bio) -] [[AC: Zangief: not a bad guy]] [- Zangief, the muscle-bound, hairy-chested, mohawked wrestler from "Street Fighter" is a regular at the Bad-Anon meetings. -] * AdaptationalVillainy: Lampshaded when Zangief points out that playing a villainous role doesn't mean you're evil yourself. * BadIsGoodAndGoodIsBad: He's perfectly okay with his job, to the point he's heavily implied to attend the Bad-Anon to help the other members; he doesn't really need to be reminded such advice himself. In fact, he's the most relaxed among the baddies when reciting the "Bad Guy Affirmation", [[TheEeyore in sharp contrast with Eggman]] who, ironically, is right next to him. * BeYourself: And he's {{anvilicious}} enough with this trope, he could be the one doing a PublicServiceAnnouncement instead of Sonic. * CreatorCameo: Like Sour Bill, he's voiced by director Rich Moore. * LimitedWardrobe: Apparently, aside from his boots, Zangief's only choice in clothes are his speedos, given that, aside from the ones he's wearing, [[BrainBleach there's also a pair of speedos at the Tapper bar.]] Then again, this is [[JustifiedTrope justified]] given Zangief's playable appearances in his own game series only feature that kind of outfit. * MotherRussiaMakesYouStrong: It just wouldn't be Zangief otherwise. * MurderousThighs: Takes pride in his ability to crush men's heads between his thighs like sparrow eggs. * NiceGuy: Easily the nicest one of them. ** TokenGoodTeammate: Due to the aforementioned AdaptationalVillainy. * ThatOneBoss: WordOfGod regarding Zangief's AdaptationalVillainy is that Rich Moore couldn't ever get past Zangief when playing ''StreetFighter'', thus giving an interesting perspective about video game villainy: if you're never picked by players, you end up going against them. * TitleDrop: As quoted in Zangief's caption, he's the one to tell Ralph to wander in "one game at a time", the same concept seen on the Bad-Anon banner, in order to suggest him he'd better stay in his own. It didn't work. * TooMuchInformation: Ralph is {{squick}}ed to find out a pair of his speedos at the Tapper bar. Most likely because one can't help but wonder ''[[FridgeLogic why]]'' [[YouDoNotWantToKnow they're kept there in the first place.]] * YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre: As stated under the "BadIsGoodAndGoodIsBad" entry about Zangief, above, the implied role for him within the context of the meeting itself is to remind other villains with self-esteem issues this. [[Heartwarming/WreckItRalph D'awwwww]]. !!M. Bison [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph16_Bison_151.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "You're ''not'' 'going Turbo', are you?"]] -->'''Voiced by:''' Gerald C. Rivers The ''actual'' villain from the ''StreetFighter'' franchise has two roles: on a meta level, he acts as a [[WhatCouldHaveBeen replacement]] for [[VideoGame/MegaMan Dr. Wily]]; but, definitely most notably, within the context of the movie he's the first character to introduce the concept of 'going Turbo', a line [[ArcWords later used in the movie]] proper. As with his original, Street Fighter-verse counterpart, the Disneyverse Bison is a [[GlowingEyesOfDoom glowing-eyed]] [[TakeOverTheWorld world dictator]], but, much like Zangief, is implied to only play that role. Additionally, like Coily, Eggman and Clyde, Bison's cameo in the movie is accompanied by that of the hero opposing him, in his case Ryu. Used with Creator/{{Capcom}}'s permission. [- (Official Bio) -] [[AC: M. Bison: [[GlowingEyesOfDoom the eyes have it]]]] [- A uniformed villain from "Street Fighter", M. Bison tames his bad-guy habits at Bad-Anon. -] * BadassArmFold: He spends most of his time at Bad-Anon this way. * BadassBaritone: Thanks to Gerald C. Rivers' RoleReprisal for this movie, Bison's only line (quoted under his picture here) is spoken in the deepest voice you can imagine. * BadassCape: Look at his picture. * EvilSoundsDeep: See BadassBaritone above. * GivingSomeoneThePointerFinger: He delivers his warning to Ralph this way. [[MundaneMadeAwesome With his hand very close to the camera.]] * GlowingEyesOfDoom: M. Bison's most unique, defining physical trait is kept in the movie. * MythologyGag: A Street Fighter character talking about "going Turbo" references [[CapcomSequelStagnation "Super Street Fighter II Turbo"]]. * TheQuietOne: He only speaks twice: first for the line about Ralph possibly going Turbo, and later when the support group meeting closes off. * TheStoic: He's just as serious as he's always been. * TakeOverTheWorld: World Dictator. [[Film/StreetFighter OF]] [[MemeticMutation COURSE!!!]] * WhatCouldHaveBeen: His seat at the Bad-Anon meeting was originally supposed to be occupied by [[VideoGame/MegaMan Dr. Wily]], as mentioned above. !!Dr. Eggman [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph21_Eggman_1246.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: [- Pictured: Eggman's ''Wreck-It Ralph'' render from the movie's official site. As with Clyde, it's as close to official artwork as we can get. -] ]] Doctor Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik, the villainous MadScientist from the ''SonicTheHedgehog'' franchise shows up in the weekly Bad-Anon meeting. Like Coily, Clyde and Bison, his cameo appearance comes with that of the hero opposing him, in Eggman's case Sonic himself (see below). Used with Creator/{{SEGA}}'s permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: Dr. Eggman: [[ArchEnemy Hedgehog nemesis]]]] [- Dr. Eggman, the mustached, goggle-wearing antagonist from "Sonic The Hedgehog" takes a break from his World-conquest mission to attend the weekly Bad-Anon meeting. -] * AbsentMindedProfessor: He seems not to be focused on the meeting as it takes place. See TheEeyore below. * ClaspYourHandsIfYouDeceive: Only in his render, as pictured here. He doesn't do it in the movie. More notably, there are two alternate poses for Eggman: one is the one pictured here, and the other is the image for this page as a whole. He clasps his hands ''in both''. * TheEeyore: He seems kind of depressed (or at least absent-minded; see above) during the meeting, and ends up looking down during the "Bad Guy affirmation" with a seemingly broken look on his face, as if he's about to break down sobbing. Most likely, he knows that the fact he's about to leave the meeting means he's only about to get his ass handed to him again. * [[spoiler:ThrowTheDogABone]]: He [[spoiler:gets even with Sonic in the CreativeClosingCredits. Sonic Spin-Dashes at him in [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2 Chemical Plant Zone]], [[EpicFail only to lose his rings in the process]].]] * TheVoiceless: Mike Pollock, Eggman's voice actor in the video games, was never notified of Eggman being in the film. !!Bowser [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph22_Bowser_9039.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: [- Pictured: Bowser drinking coffee, [[WordOfGod the way he's canonically supposed to as requested by Nintendo and explained by Rich Moore]]. -] ]] Full name King Bowser Koopa, the BigBad of the ''SuperMarioBros'' franchise makes his fire-breathing debut in the DisneyAnimatedCanon as one of the "bad guys" attending the weekly Bad-Anon meeting. Unlike other cameos, this one isn't an AdvertisedExtra and is, instead, a non-speaking background cameo appearance, which is rather ironic considering the importance of the franchise in question. This might have something to do with either the [[NeverLiveItDown infamy]] of the SuddenlyVoiced Bowser in ''SuperMarioSunshine'' or the fact that, unlike Coily below and Clyde, Bison and Eggman above, Bowser isn't accompanied by his nemesis Mario. This last fact is because [[WordOfGod the writers wouldn't have known how to use Mario in the movie]]. Still, Bowser's appearance in the movie is most likely what, according to near-unanimous speculation, led to the tie-in LicensedGame being a Nintendo exclusive ([[NintendoDS DS]], {{Wii}} and [[Nintendo3DS 3DS]]), despite said game not featuring any of the cameos. Used with Creator/{{Nintendo}}'s permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: None]] * MustHaveCaffeine: Much like in real Alcoholics Anonymous groups (just think of the one in ''TheSimpsonsMovie''), Bowser is seen drinking coffee. The explanation is either this, or coffee is simply Disneyverse Bowser's TrademarkFavoriteFood. * ShownTheirWork: Aside from Bowser's physical faithfulness to his original artwork (which, just as Eggman's, made his cameo in the first trailer all the more notable), there's the fact that, much like other cameos, the writers worked with each character's original owners - in this case, Nintendo - in order to make sure the characters stay true to form. WordOfGod is that the way Bowser is seen drinking coffee is how he is canonically supposed to do so. * SpitTake: Much like Clyde's [[BlueWithShock turning blue]] above and Sonic's [[DeathThrows loss of his rings]] below, this is a character-in-game-trait that the movie's writers managed to work in the movie as a gag. His [[BreathWeapon breath]] of [[PlayingWithFire fire]] results in a fiery SpitTake (for the same reason Clyde becomes BlueWithShock, that is, during the MassOhCrap due to Ralph's "I don't want to be the bad guy anymore"). ** ShoutOut: Said SpitTake is also using his [[SuperMarioBros original SFX from the NES days]]. !!Neff [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph17_Neff_3341.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: [[PurpleIsTheNewBlack Purple's the new black]].]] The FinalBoss from Sega's ''AlteredBeast'' makes a [[UnexpectedCharacter surprise appearance]] in the movie as a member of the Bad-Anon meeting. As with his original incarnation, Neff is an antropomorphic rhino with magical powers, but he's not given as much importance as the other cameos and pretty much stays in the background most of the time. Used with Creator/{{SEGA}}'s permission. [- (Official Bio) -] [[AC: Neff: purple's the new black]] [- As "Altered Beast's" resident evil wizard, Neff is a natural for the Bad-Anon meeting roster. -] * AppealToObscurity: Most likely the reason Neff was picked by the movie's makers in the first place, as a further reminder that [[ShownTheirWork "we're not messing around with this movie"]]. * ElmuhFuddSyndwome: [[AvertedTrope Averted.]] Neff's is a non-speaking cameo. * PurpleIsTheNewBlack: [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in Neff's official bio on the film's site, as reported above. * UnexpectedCharacter: ''AlteredBeast'' isn't exactly the first gaming franchise crossing your mind in general, even more so when talking about villains. * TheVoiceless: [[JustifiedTrope Justified]], as if he talked, the writers' [[ShownTheirWork showing their work]] would have lead to [[ElmuhFuddSyndwome a voice hard to take seriously.]] !!"Cyborg" (actually Kano) [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph23_CyborgKano_4206.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "You can't mess with the program, Ralph."]] -->'''Voiced by:''' Brian Kesinger This is a tricky one to describe. Simply put, the so-called "Cyborg" is essentially Kano from the gory, M-rated and not-at-all-Disney-like ''MortalKombat'' franchise. However, in the movie this Bad-Anon attendant is referred to as "Cyborg" for some reason. Most likely, this choice is supposed to avoid any close association between the Disney movie where Kano appears in and the latter's source material; going by this theory, we might say that "Cyborg" is actually a Disney-verse version of Kano. An authorized CaptainErsatz, if you will. In fact, there's been some speculation about the character's identity when scans of a book adaptation of the movie surfaced online, given the presence of Cyborg among the Bad-Anon attendants despite said book only featuring Disney's own characters. Then the movie came out, and the fact that the writers had the [[RefugeInAudacity balls]] to work into the movie what made the character so infamous in the first place confirmed that Cyborg, after all, was indeed supposed to be Kano all along. We're talking about Kano's [[FinishingMove Fatality]], where ''he rips out someone's [[BeatStillMyHeart heart]]'' ([[AndShowItToYou and then some]]). [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar No, really.]] Used with [[Creator/MidwayGames Midway]]'s, now Creator/WarnerBros Interactive's[[hottip:*: [[WhoFramedRogerRabbit Wait...]], permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: None]] * BeatStillMyHeart: His trademark FinishingMove is kept intact in the film. [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids Kano in a Disney movie, ladies and gentlemen.]] ** AndShowItToYou: Again, this is Kano. * CaptainErsatz: As described above, this is now ''[[AlternateCompanyEquivalent Disney's own]]'' Kano, due to the reasons listed. He's still Kano, [[JustifiedTrope but now there's no need to worry about being associated with the MK brand.]] * EvenEvilHasStandards: Ralph, being the NiceGuy he is, [[AudienceSurrogate is understandably freaked out when Kano does the heart-rip.]] * GeniusBonus: When he's leaning on the chair and talking to Ralph across Zombie, Kano has something similar to his combat pose from MortalKombat (left arm bend up against his chest, right arm back and up). * GettingCrapPastTheRadar[=/=]RefugeInAudacity: As mentioned above, [[RefugeInAudacity he freaking rips Zombie's heart out.]] Sure, [[JustifiedTrope the latter doesn't need it because he's a zombie]], but ''still''. ** Additionally, Kano's the one mentioning that "you can't mess with the program", essentially meaning "I'm programmed to do this". Maybe he doesn't necessarily enjoy what he does, but if he did to Zombie what he did because he's just used to it that much, then we know who has got the biggest body count in the movie[[hottip:*: as explained by Sonic, characters become mortal outside their own games]]. * ShoutOut: You can practically hear "[[MortalKombat FATALITY]]" with his finisher. !!"Zombie" (actually Cyril) [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph24_ZombieCyril_1997.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "Zangief saying labels [[HulkSpeak not make]] you happy. Good! Bad! [[{{Angrish}} Rrraaarrrgh!]] [[YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre You must love you]]."]] -->'''Voiced by:''' Raymond S. Persi Copyright-wise, Kano's situation (see above) also applies to Zombie, better known as who he's [[http://segabits.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/hotd.jpg obviously]] supposed to be: Cyril from ''HouseOfTheDead'', only balding and without the blood on his face. Sure, Disney [[SegaSuperstars could have simply referred to the character's source material as "Curien Mansion"]], but there you go. Anyway, for the character himself, this is Cyril's counterpart for the DisneyAnimatedCanon: a zombie who, despite carrying two axes and being obviously as deranged as is to be expected from a zombie, is still a good guy at heart, as can be said about every other "villain" seen at Bad-Anon (and as you should know well by this point if you've scrolled the page down this far). Used with Creator/{{SEGA}}'s permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: None]] * BluntYes: He gives one to Ralph when Ralph asks if it is Turbo to want more out of life than getting constantly thrown off a building (or a piece of pie every once in a while). * {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: [[JustifiedTrope He's a zombie]], what did you expect? * HulkSpeak: Well, it's already a miracle that a zombie can speak, anyway. * MajorInjuryUnderreaction: Sure, zombies don't need organs, but he could at least say ''something'' when [[RefugeInAudacity Kano ripped out his heart.]] * RunsWithScissors: He seems disturbingly nonchalant when flailing his arms ''while handling axes''. [[FridgeHorror Especially given that characters can respawn only in their games, and are otherwise mortal.]] * ShownTheirWork: As seen in the pic linked to in the opening paragraph above [[http://www.thewebsiteofthedead.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Cyril.jpg (alternate link),]] the character's appearance is ''very'' faithful to that of the original Cyril, right down to the rips in his clothes (although the coloring of the Disneyverse Cyril is slightly darker, in addition to his aforementioned balding). * SurvivalHorror: He's meant to represent this genre, as there aren't other references to survival horror games in the movie. * WeaponOfChoice: [[DualWielding Two]] [[AnAxeToGrind axes.]] * ZombieApocalypse: [[AvertedTrope Averted.]] Cyril is the only zombie seen in the whole film. [[spoiler:Credits aside, that is.]] !!Yuni Berth [[quoteright:302:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph29_Yuni_2946.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:302: "All clear! The arcade's closed!"]] Actually the ''first'' cameo seen in the film, Yuni, representing ''DanceDanceRevolution'' in the DisneyAnimatedCanon, appears for a few seconds with a specific purpose: the placement of her game's cabinet allows her to see if there are still people around when Litwak's arcade closes, allowing other characters to [[BrokenMasquerade cut the act.]] Used with Creator/{{Konami}}'s permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:None]] * AttractMode: Yuni's dancing on her own - or rather, pretending to, as she's just checking if there's still anyone in the arcade. * BareYourMidriff: Although her belly button isn't shown. * FashionableAsymmetry: Her stockings don't match, much like Vanellope's (who actually appears in the movie after Yuni does); nor do her wristbands (one of which has a [[DetachedSleeves detached sleeve]]). Or the sides of her skirt, for that matter. Let's just say only her shirt and her face appear to be perfectly symmetrical. * GirlishPigtails: She actually has two ponytails. * ShoutOut: The fact someone has to tell the others ''when'' to cut the act [[CallBack parallels]] ''ToyStory'', as the very same happened with the titular [[TrueCompanions toys]] in that movie. Given Disney's description of this movie was (contrary to the fandom's "''WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' with video game cameos") "the videogame equivalent of ''ToyStory''" this is most likely intentional. * ZettaiRyouiki: [[AvertedTrope Averted]], despite the character's Japanese heritage. Justified due to this being a Disney film, although the miniskirt still made it in Yuni's design in the movie. \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ !!Ryu and Ken [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph30_RyuKen_7939.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "[[CallingYourAttack Shoryuken!]]... [[BrokenMasquerade Oh, boy, what a day]]."[[hottip:*: (Pictured: top, Ryu and Ken in the in-game screen at the beginning of the movie; center, Ryu at Tapper's; bottom, Ryu and Ken's portraits at Tapper's, as explained below.)]]]] RyuAndKen from ''VideoGame/StreetFighter'' are introduced to the DisneyAnimatedCanon right after Yuni (just read the quote in Yuni's caption, and then the one in Ryu and Ken's caption in quick succession), when Ryu suddenly stops attacking Ken as soon as he's sure there's no one else in the arcade; the two then leave. Ryu reappears at Tapper's as a background character later on in the movie. Used with Creator/{{Capcom}}'s permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:None]] * AttractMode: Same as Yuni's dancing described above. Ryu is seen attacking Ken with a Shoryuken, only to stop as soon as Yuni tells him he can cut the act. * BonusStage: In the CreativeClosingCredits, Ralph and Vanellope reunite with Ryu and [[spoiler:destroy the infamously TonkaTough car from ''StreetFighterII'']] within seconds. Which is kind of a JustifiedTrope, considering wrecking stuff is what Ralph does best. [[spoiler:Then Ralph gets [[CurbStompBattle curbstomped]] by Blanka, quickly proving that while Ralph's strength is unrivaled when it comes to wrecking stuff, the Street Fighters are still the best when it comes to ''actual fighting''.]] * BrickJoke: After asking Ken to go drink something at Tapper's together, he's later seen at Tapper's when Ralph visits said game (which also happens to act as an actual bar for game characters in the Wreckverse). * BrokenMasquerade: From "Shoryuken!" to "Oh, boy, what a day". * CallingYourAttacks: Shoryuken! * MoodWhiplash: See the quote in Ryu and Ken's caption. * MythologyGag: In case you're wondering why Ryu and Ken "leave together like best buds" when the arcade closes, it's because in the Street Fighter games they ''are'' best buds anyway. * RoleReprisal: KyleHebert and ReubenLangdon are back. \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ !!Chun-Li and Cammy [[quoteright:311:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph35_ChunLiCammy_8744.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:311: [- Pictured: top-left, Chun-Li hanging out with Cammy in the first Game Central Station scene; top-right, Chun-Li in the second; bottom-left, her portrait at Tapper's, as explained below; bottom-right, her artwork in the movie's Chinese poster. -] ]] The first cameos spotted after the Bad-Anon scene ("spotted" [[FreezeFrameBonus being the keyword here]]), Chun-Li and Cammy - still hailing from the ''StreetFighter'' franchise - don't do as much as Ryu and Ken do, but Chun-Li herself still appears often throughout the movie as a background cameo. Neither Chun-Li nor Cammy have any lines at all. Used with Creator/{{Capcom}}'s permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:None]] * AdvertisedExtra: Chun-Li in the movie's Chinese release, as seen in the bottom-right corner of the image. Perhaps [[JustifiedTrope justified]] not only because of Chun-Li's Chinese nationality, but also because she replaced Bison in the movie's Chinese poster... and a red-clothed dictator portrayed as a "bad guy" wouldn't quite fly there. %% The sentence was originally planned to end with the still carefully-worded "would have [=[[InvokedTrope invoked]]=] some UnfortunateImplications", but was changed to "wouldn't quite fly" as per the RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment. Please, let's not misuse said rule. We'd instead just get PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad that way. %% * {{Bowdlerise}}: Cammy isn't ''quite'' as {{Stripperiffic}} as in her home series. * FreezeFrameBonus: The top-left corner of the image can be seen while the camera is panning from the "GAME CENTRAL STATION" sign to the Station itself. And as for Cammy, [[DemotedToExtra that's it.]] * GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The top-right corner of the image comes from [[http://i1.wp.com/screencaps.us/201/2-wreck-it-ralph/full/wreck-it-ralph-disneyscreencaps.com-3745.jpg a shot]] of Game Central Station, during the scene in which Calhoun explains to Felix that the arcade would be in huge danger if the cy-bugs were to break loose. Look closely at Chun-Li. Three words for you: [[MaleGaze Surge Protector approves.]] \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ !!The homeless Q*Bert family [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph18_QBert_1841.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "[[IntelligibleUnintelligible @$#%]][[SpeakingSimlish &#!!!]]"]] Pretty much the entire ''QBert'' cast returns in the movie, as a living {{deconstruction}} of the modern gaming industry: the success of the more modern, RatedMForMoney shooters led to Litwak's ''Q*Bert'' cabinet's lack of popularity, which eventually culminated in the plug of said cabinet being pulled. Now with his own game "[[DeadlyEuphemism unplugged]]", Q*Bert himself barely managed to evacuate his own game alongside his co-workers, with whom he now lives as a homeless hobo, struggling every day just for some food. At least, however, he and his former in-game "enemies" are [[TrueCompanions now more of a family]], and as such always stick together. Q*Bert is also the most plot-relevant of the cameos, as he interacts directly with most of the main cast: he first met Ralph when the latter gave him one of his two [[PacMan cherries]] out of compassion, and later recognized the same guy after he [[MuggedForDisguise stole]] Pvt. Markowski's PoweredArmor. He told Felix about Ralph's game-jumping shortly afterwards. [[spoiler:He and his family found themselves a better place to live by the end of the movie.]] Used with, essentially, ColumbiaPictures' permission. [- (Official bio for Q*Bert) -] [[AC: Q*Bert: unplugged]] [- Q*Bert, whose game was long ago unplugged, spends most of his time in Game Central Station, the travel hub for all arcade-game characters - and the unfortunate "home" to those whose games are over. -]\\ [- (Official bio for Coily) -] [[AC: Coily: bouncing purple snake]] [- Once the bouncing purple villain in the Q*Bert arcade game, Coily finds himself hanging with his former adversary in Game Central Station after their game is unplugged. -] * ButtMonkey: Either that or IronButtmonkey, take your pick. The already heavy Ralph trips on Q*Bert ''while wearing the PoweredArmor''. Somehow, he doesn't get hurt. * DespairEventHorizon: They're heavily implied to have crossed it already, given one of them is willing to appear as "a NonPlayerCharacter in a FirstPersonShooter for food". Bear in mind, this is right after [[FridgeHorror we're told characters become mortal outside of their own games.]] * {{Determinator}}: Given that - outside of his game - Q*Bert is essentially mortal, the fact he's gone to the then-soon-to-be-unplugged game of ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' '''alone''' is rather notable. [[BadassAdorable Little dude has]] ''balls.'' * [[spoiler:EarnYourHappyEnding]]: [[Heartwarming/WreckItRalph They did]]. Possibly as a reward for telling Felix about Ralph and his then-current whereabouts, the cast of ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' thanked them all [[spoiler:by offering them to live (and appear as [=NPCs=]!) in a "Bonus Level" made just for them]] at the end of the movie. * PunchClockVillain: With the exception of [[PlayerCharacter Q*Bert]], they were all villains for their game. [[spoiler:They get to reprise their roles as video game antagonists at the end.]] * PuppyDogEyes: Having been unplugged for who-knows-how-long, Q*bert has obviously had plenty of time in which to practice this; practice which has definitely paid off because he is '''very''' good at it. * SpeakingSimlish: Let's just say that Q*Bert's SymbolSwearing is rendered pretty well on the big screen. Apparently, Q*Bert-ese [[{{Fictionary}} is a language]]. ** IntelligibleUnintelligible: Thankfully, Felix happens to know Q*Bert-ese. Even more thankfully, Felix then provides some ParrotExposition in order for the audience to understand as well. * ThrowTheDogABone: As a MeaningfulBackgroundEvent, at a certain point in the movie we see [[VideoGame/BurgerTime Peter Pepper]] is offering them a meal on the house. * TrueCompanions: Without the "job" that their home game was, they no longer have any reasons to hold any grudges - not even [[MeanCharacterNiceActor fictional]] ones - against each other, and now live pretty much like a family. Sure, they're [[TheWoobie utterly miserable]], but still. * TheWoobie: All of them, even InUniverse. They're ''broken'' after all the crap they've been put through, and the movie made it pretty clear. * YouBastard: Let's just say that viewers who prefer newer games over the old-school classics are likely to find another reason to feel sorry for Q*Bert. !!Sonic the Hedgehog %% Please leave any possible SugarWiki items, trivia, or YMMV tropes where they are. They are part of the aspects of this cameo's appearance, and all have been carefully worded. Additionally, when adding such material yourself (aside from objective tropes), make sure they're just as essential to Sonic's cameo and word them as carefully as the ones you can already find here. Thank you.%% [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph19_Sonic_5310.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "If you die outside your own game, you won't regenerate, ever! ''[[ScareEmStraight Game over]]''."]] -->'''Voiced by:''' RogerCraigSmith One of the most notable cameos in the movie, the eponymous protagonist from the series of the same name, ''SonicTheHedgehog'', makes his debut in the DisneyAnimatedCanon. His role here is that of a much more famous game star than others, and much like "big name stars" in RealLife, here he uses his fame for the greater good by starring in [[PublicServiceAnnouncement PSAs]] about a vital rule within the context of the movie: essentially, when a character wanders outside his or her own game, [[TheMostDangerousVideoGame said character becomes mortal]], and as such any death is ''the'' FinalDeath. Given the exposition he provides, Sonic is a cameo given a prominent role indeed, much like Q*Bert (see above). All of this, of course, happens when our beloved blue blur is not busy SavingTheWorld. Other than being [[AdvertisedExtra advertised]] a lot, the Sonic cameo also appears a few more times throughout the movie, again, much in the same vein as Q*Bert. Unlike Q*Bert, however, Sonic's appearance is part of a deal between Disney and Sega: in exchange from Sonic's cameo, Ralph himself will appear as a [[GuestFighter Guest Racer]] in Sega's ''[[SegaSuperstars Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed]]''; however, this part of the deal also granted RogerCraigSmith to [[RoleReprisal deliver his lines as Sonic]], which is another reason why this cameo has been met with such praise. As obvious as it is, used with Creator/{{SEGA}}'s permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: SonicTheHedgehog: still SavingTheWorld]] [- When this hero who moves at the speed of sound is not busy saving the world in his own video-game series, Sonic the Hedgehog slows down to make public service announcements reminding his arcade-game colleagues to stay safe - especially when outside of their own games. -] * ChekhovsLecture: the dramatic explanation of the perils of game-jumping was obviously setting up a huge plot point... ** [[spoiler:RedHerring]]: [[spoiler:...but the rule was only used as the way the BigBad kicked the bucket. King Candy, a.k.a. Turbo, got KilledOffForReal only because he died in ''Sugar Rush'' while his own home game was the now-unplugged ''Turbotime''.]] * DeathThrows: When losing his rings, [[ShownTheirWork exactly as it happened back in the 2D games]]. This scene [[DoingItForTheArt was re-animated]] (see below) at Sega's explicit request, as confirmed by WordOfGod. * DoingItForTheArt: as with many other cameos, the movie's makers worked with the original owners of each one to make sure the characters would stay true to form, and the same goes for Sonic. WordOfGod has it that a scene where Sonic would lose his rings in the movie (due to [[spoiler:Ralph's escape pod from ''Hero's Duty'' passing by at high speed]]) wasn't entirely correct in that Sonic could only lose his ring [[DeathThrows by falling over]]; Moore's response was that the studio would go out of its way and re-animate it. * MascotWithAttitude: Sonic's lines are delivered this way, in order to have his characterization as "true-to-form" as possible. It worked - Sonic's portrayed as perfectly in-character in the movie. * MythologyGag: Sonic attending a [[MilestoneCelebration 30th anniversary party?]] Gee, he might have taken a liking of those [[SonicGenerations after his own 20th anniversary party...]] * OhCrap: He looks visibly - and understandably - disturbed (then again, that ''is'' an [[ShownTheirWork exact replica]] of his DeathThrows sprite) when he loses his rings. {{Justified|Trope}}, given the rule he explained in his own PSA. * PublicServiceAnnouncement: His most prominent appearance in the movie has him giving one, explaining, as stated above, that characters can die outside of their own game, as respawning is limited to one's own home game only. Might double as a MythologyGag, given all the [[AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog "Sonic Sez" segments.]] ** ScareEmStraight: his PSA is this InUniverse. The way he says "Game over" is either a sign of [[MascotWithAttitude attitude]] or just plain cynicism. * RoleReprisal: RogerCraigSmith returns as Sonic. The Latin American dub has him played by Yamil Atala, who voiced Sonic in ''SonicUnderground''. ** Ditto with JunichiKanemaru in the Japanese dub. * SuperSpeed: Underplayed. When Sonic is "seen" (read: blink and you'll miss it) running in Game Central Station, he's not running particularly fast. ** [[FridgeBrilliance He only runs at full speed when he's under control of the player. In Cutscenes and other times, he doesn't necessarily go all out. That, and he's outside his game now, so he has to go slower so he doesn't crash into any bad guys (Though this doesn't stop things from crashing into him.)]] !!Pac-Man [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph34_PacMan_5106.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "[[BigEater Waka waka waka waka!]]"]] The [[IncrediblyLamePun Man]] himself, ''PacMan'', munches his way into the DisneyAnimatedCanon doing what he does best: eat everything in sight, while attending the Fix-It Felix Jr. [[MilestoneCelebration 30th Anniversary Party]]. Used with Creator/NamcoBandai's permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:None]] * BigEater: According to WordOfGod, this trait for Pac-Man's cameo appearance has been explicitly requested by Namco. * {{Irony}}: When Ralph destroys the Niceland Apartments-shaped cake in a fit of rage, Pac-Man is splattered with it. What's ironic? He didn't get to ''eat'' the cake. ** JawDrop: Pac-Man's response. A disappointed BigEater, indeed. ** For further irony, there's the HypocriticalHumor-in-[[{{Foreshadowing}} hindsight]] provided by Ralph. --->'''Ralph:''' Pac-Man! They invited Pac-Man? That cherry-chasing, dot-muncher [[TemptingFate isn’t even part of this game]]! * MythologyGag: For the same reason as Sonic above - the fact Pac-Man is seen at a MilestoneCelebration can't be coincidental. Does the title ''PacManWorld'' ring any bells? * PacManFever: The guy isn't the TropeNamer for nothing. Sure, the movie [[AvertedTrope averted]] the trope, but frankly the movie wouldn't be quite complete with a reference to one of the most famous gaming icons. !!Skrillex [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph33_Skrillex_8190.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: [- [[FunnyBackgroundEvent Move along, nothing to see here...]] -] ]] Yes, ''that'' Music/{{Skrillex}}. While not technically a gaming cameo, he appears at the Fix-It Felix Jr. Anniversary Party nonetheless - as their official DJ. He has no lines, though. Used with, huh, Skrillex's own permission. Or perhaps it was kind of a given, what with Skrillex contributing to the movie's soundtrack. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:None]] * AsHimself: Despite having no lines, that's obviously Skrillex. * InkSuitActor: Just in case you thought Ralph, Vanellope, Felix and Calhoun were blatant - just wait until you notice him. He flat-out appears AsHimself. * PlayingAgainstType: Given the genre he's usually attributed to, it's kind of jarring to see him having fun with "Celebration" of all things. * UnexpectedCharacter: While fans knew he was involved in the movie's soundtrack, his actual appearance in the movie caught a lot of people off guard. [[TropesAreNotBad In a good way.]] * TheVoiceless: Despite Skrillex's own work on the movie (heard later during Moppet Girl's gameplay session in ''Hero's Duty''), he didn't do any voice acting as his own avatar here. \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ !!Tapper [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph36_Tapper_6755.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "Hold that thought."]] Acting as a bartender for all the arcade games' heroes, ''VideoGame/{{Tapper}}'' appears in the movie as his bar goes beyond its purpose as a proper game, working as a place where more characters meet aside from Game Central Station itself. Therefore, as Ralph himself notes, Tapper knows a lot of people. Ryu and [[VideoGame/BurgerTime Peter Pepper]] have been spotted there, as well as other gaming characters seen in some portraits hanging on the bar's walls. Used with [[Creator/MidwayGames Midway]]'s, now Creator/WarnerBros Interactive's[[hottip:*: [[WhoFramedRogerRabbit Wait...]], permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: None]] * AlmightyJanitor: Given the stuff Ralph finds in the lost-and-found, it's safe to say Tapper knows at least [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]] and [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid Solid Snake]]. Yeah. * ExcuseMeWhileIMultitask: [[InvertedTrope Inverted.]] Tapper interrupts his chat with Ralph (see the quote in his caption here) for about five seconds only, in order to quickly resume his role in his game by giving the customers the drinks they wanted. He then goes back to said chat. * FrothyMugsOfWater: Tapper's bar serves Root Beer, ''despite'' the game being still ''Tapper'' and not ''Root Beer Tapper'' - and at least one character has either been seen [[DrowningMySorrows Drowning His Sorrows]] or implied to. [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Right.]] * LimitedAnimation: Despite being shown with better graphics than those of the Nicelanders, he has the same erratic movements as they do. It's a bit jarring. * NiceGuy: He still manages to listen to Ralph's rant despite having a job to do, and does his best to comfort him while outright stating the biggest help he can offer is allowing Ralph to look for a medal in the bar's lost-and-found. !!Tapper's portraits [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph40_TapperPortraits_9462.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: [- In case you're wondering, no, Mario isn't in there.[[hottip:*: (Pictured: above, two different shots of the gallery; below, some of the portraits drawn by Bobby Pontillas, depicting ''AlteredBeast''[='s=] Centurion, Guile from ''StreetFighter'', one of the eponymous ''SpaceInvaders'', and ''StreetFighter''[='s=] Sagat, Honda and Dhalsim.)]] -] ]] While not counting as characters in the strictest sense, these portraits are worth mentioning because they depict many cameos and OriginalGeneration characters alike, some of which ([[Characters/SonicTheHedgehogMainTrio Tails]] in particular comes into mind) only made it in the movie only thanks to this gimmick. They've been drawn by artist Bobby Pontillas, and some of them can be seen in good quality [[http://bobbypontillas.blogspot.it/2012/11/tappers-caricatures.html on his blog.]] The idea, [[WordOfGod according to Pontillas himself]], was to replicate the overall effect of Sardi's restaurant in New York, as many caricatures of famous guests who have visited the place can be found there. In order to avoid making the already really tall image even taller than it is, [[http://disneyscreencaps.com/wreck-it-ralph-2012/10/ here are]] [[http://disneyscreencaps.com/wreck-it-ralph-2012/11/ the two]] pages of the website Disney Screencaps depicting the scene, so you can look for other portraits there... if you want to go for a WikiWalk, that is. Each character's been used with their respective copyright owners' permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: None (see the ones given for the characters who actually have an official profile on the movie's site)]] * AllThereInTheManual: As said before, the good-quality portraits come from Pontillas' blog. They're unavailable elsewhere. * BowtiesAreCool: Frogger sports a bowtie on his portrait. * CreatorCameo: [[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-7PoAQmfc3Mg/ULFKi-m8i5I/AAAAAAAACjE/LEeAHU86HVY/s1600/RichMoore.jpg Rich Moore.]] * DeliberatelyMonochrome: There's not a single one of them with color to some extent. * DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: Felix has signed his own portrait (yes, he has a portrait there) as [[RunningGag "Fix-It Felix Jr. (From the game, 'Fix-It Felix Jr.')"]]. * TheGhost: If there's a character among the portraits who doesn't appear in CGI, then that's about it. We're looking at you, [[http://i2.wp.com/screencaps.us/201/2-wreck-it-ralph/full/wreck-it-ralph-disneyscreencaps.com-1826.jpg Tails.]] * HeroOfAnotherStory: Most of them can count as this, as has been said about Sonic above. * MeanCharacterNiceActor: TwoWords for ya - [[SpaceInvaders "Cheers, earthling!"]] * MythologyGag: The pictures are reminiscent of the art style seen in traditionally animated Disney films, giving the idea of what a 2D ''Wreck-It Ralph'' could have looked like. * NonstandardCharacterDesign: Given the characters come from different ''games'', it's kind of a given. Despite this, it's worth noting that in some cases the characters [[OriginalFlavor stick to their original art style]] (Sonic's portrait looks like his Sonic Channel artwork in terms of style alone), while others are drawn in Pontillas' own art style. * ShoutOut: As mentioned above, the caricatures are inspired by [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sardi%27s Sardi's restaurant]] in New York. * VersusCharacterSplash: Take a look at Ryu's and Ken's caricatures, in the pic for their entry, above. They're facing each other. It was most likely intentional on Pontillas' part. !!Beard Papa [[quoteright:347:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph38_BeardPapa_1896.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:347: "This is Beard Papa. The glitch is in the bakery! Get me King Candy."]] What's been said about Skrillex also applies to this guy. [[RuleOfThree While not]] technically a gaming character, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beard_Papa%27s Beard Papa,]] the mascot of the eponymous chain of cream puff stores, appears in the movie as the guard to the Kart Bakery in ''Sugar Rush''. In said Kart Bakery, the "create your own kart" minigame is held, as player characters can create their own karts there ([[TimedMission within a minute]]). Fitting ''Sugar Rush''[='s=] ongoing theme of ProductPlacement[=s=] [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the game's status as one big LevelAte, Beard Papa somehow [[UpToEleven combines said Product Placement]] with that of an actual character thanks to his cameo appearance. Used with Mugino Co., Ltd.'s permission (or should we say [[ProductPlacement "request"?]]). [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: None]] * CatchingSomeZs: There are literal [=Zs=] in the air as it happens. * EvilOldFolks: He works for King Candy after all... * TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: Sleeping on the job, with a sneaky glitch character around. [[SarcasmMode Clever.]] * HeavySleeper: Surprisingly enough, noise doesn't wake him up. [[spoiler:Smell, on the other hand...]] * ProductPlacement: Combined with a character, to boot. And {{justified|Trope}} much like the other PP in ''Sugar Rush''. [[/folder]]
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* AdaptationDyeJob: Gloyd's hair is dark brown in the movie, but his plushie gives him green hair. !! This appears to be a holdover from older concept art of Gloyd, which was used for most merchandise as well as his picture on the arcade machine. ** Some merchandise depicts Rancis as a redhead and Swizzle with red or brown hair. See also YouDontLookLikeYou. * AllThereInTheManual: Their bios on the official ''Wreck-It Ralph'' site reveal information about them that is not present in the movie, such as Crumbelina being an UpperClassTwit. * AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance: ** Snowanna page has her hair styled in an afro that resembles a snow cone, complete with popsicle stick. Combine that with her sorbet-cup-shaped racing kart... ** Gloyd's concept art depicts him with green hair like grass beneath his pumpkin hat. * BadassDriver: Given that ''Sugar Rush'' is a racing game, this is kind of a requirement for them to be playable in the game at all. * BlondGuysAreEvil: Rancis plays one of Taffyta's [[TheDragon Dragons,]] joining the other racers in bullying Vanellope. After his HeelFaceTurn, it becomes... ** HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: The book ''One Sweet Race'' has him partner with Vanellope to make a kart that he names after both of them. %% * BraidsOfAction: Adorabeezle's hairstyle is very difficult to see in the film unless one is paying ''very'' close attention to her, but [[http://25.media.tumblr.com/e14475f5af3a901c6e75f7c905ea60bb/tumblr_memz2gGflJ1r8d6cfo1_400.gif this gif]] (and her plushie) reveal that she wears her hair in a long braid underneath her hat. By extension, this also applies to Nougetsia, her PaletteSwap. %% * {{Cheerful Child}}ren * CoDragons: Rancis and Candlehead to Taffyta. For most of the movie, they're always right next to her, ready to do whatever she commands. * CompetitiveBalance: Their stats in the playable version of ''Sugar Rush'' vary from kart to kart. See FragileSpeedster, JackOfAllStats, LightningBruiser, and MightyGlacier for information on individual karts. * CoolCar: ''Sugar Rush'' being a racing game, their karts are as integral to the game as they are, although how they manage to hold up when they're made of candy, ice cream, peppermints, marshmallows and (in one case) a giant hollowed-out popsicle is anyone's guess. * CuteIsEvil: Their adorable looks do not change the fact that they smashed Vanellope's kart to keep her from joining the Random Roster Race. [[spoiler:Subverted after their HeelFaceTurn.]] * ADayInTheLimelight: Post-HeelFaceTurn, Rancis gets a piece of the spotlight pie (excuse the pun) to himself in the tie-in storybook ''One Sweet Race''. * {{Defictionalization}}: [[http://25.media.tumblr.com/2f940755b735bbd1e3eec8aa7c254ef0/tumblr_mg6yzeS8791qjpdszo1_1280.jpg One cosplayer]] was able to make an IRL version of Jubileena's kart. * TheDitz: Candlehead's official bio describes her as "a few scoops short of a sundae". * DubNameChange: To go along with her new design, the Japanese release of the movie changes Minty Zaki's name to Minty Sakura. All other foreign dubs localize and alter just about all of the kids' names. * EdibleThemeNaming: Rancis Flugger'''butter''' and '''Minty''' Zaki. * EverythingsBetterWithPlushies: Excluding the palette-swaps, all of them are available in plushie form. Sweet! * FanNickname: On Tumblr, Adorabeezle's name is often shortened to "Beezle/Beezy". * FragileSpeedster: Gloyd, Minty, Candlehead, Taffyta and Adorabeezle, to varying degrees in the playable version of ''Sugar Rush''. They're faster than a blazing Hot Tamale, but their karts can be difficult to control if going too fast and can crash easily. * GenderBlenderName: One of Minty's recolors is named Torvald Batterbutter. [[http://flyingpochama948.tumblr.com/post/43063978441/more-things It appears this is due to the fact that Torvald was initially intended to be a male racer and palette-swap of Swizzle Malarkey]]. For some reason or another, the name was re-assigned to the Minty recolor. * GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Citrusella Flugpucker is kind of a PunnyName - try pronouncing her last name aloud over and over. * GirlishPigtails: Crumbelina, Jubileena and Candlehead. See the image. * HairDecorations: Minty and her palette swaps wear hair bows that appear to be made from candy wrappers. ** The early concept art depicts Minty and Jubileena wearing numerous, tiny gumdrop-shaped barrettes. The concept art of Crumbelina also had her wearing sprinkles and mints in her hair. ** Minty Sakura has two raspberries and a pink Pocky stick worn in her hair, along with what appears to be a chocolate scrunchie. * HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:After their memories are restored, they apologize to Vanellope and become nicer overall. Especially evident in the storybook ''One Sweet Race'', where Rancis and Vanellope even work on a kart together.]] * HotBlooded: Swizzle's bio describes him as extremely passionate. -->"Lover of adrenaline, Swizzle “The Swizz” Malarkey thinks that life must be lived to the last breath. There is nothing he can’t defy, no stunt he can’t perform or individual he can’t beat. His racing is fast and elegant, just like his philosophy of life." * JackOfAllStats: Jubileena and Rancis have equal stats across the board in the playable version of ''Sugar Rush'', although Rancis' overall stats are higher than Jubileena's. * KidsAreCruel: They're treat Vanellope like trash for being a glitch. * [[spoiler:LaserGuidedAmnesia]]: [[spoiler:The reason they and their leader Taffyta are so mean to Vanellope is because King Candy locked up their memories of her and manipulated them into believing she was a danger to their game.]] * LightningBruiser: Swizzle in the playable version of ''Sugar Rush''. Decent speed, good handling and high sweetness -- great performance all around. * MeaningfulName / PunnyName: Jubileena Bing-Bing's name refers to three things -- her cheery (jubilant) personality, the cherries jubilee dessert, and bing cherries (in case you haven't noticed, her design is based on cherries). * MightyGlacier: Crumbelina in the playable version of ''Sugar Rush''. The player is less likely to spin out of control when playing as her, but the downside is that she moves at the speed of molasses. * {{Motif}}: Their designs are based on different types of candy and desserts (and, in Jubileena's case, fruit). * MulticoloredHair: Snowanna's afro is red, orange, yellow, pink and purple. * NiceHat: Discounting Snowanna, Minty, Sticky, and Torvald, all of them wear hats, ranging from simple (Adorabeezle's ushanka) to outrageously goofy-looking (Candlehead's cupcake hat). Candlehead's is where she gets her name from, and Gloyd's is as big as his entire head (if not bigger). * NonIndicativeName: Minty does not have a motif based around mints (hers seems to be sour apples or apple toffee). That position is shared between Adorabeezle and Candlehead. * OddNameOut: Candlehead is the only racer with a one-word name instead of two. * TheOneGuy: The only playable male characters aside from King Candy are Gloyd, Rancis and Swizzle. Justified -- ''Sugar Rush'' appears to have been designed mainly for girls (but try telling that to the two guys who won't let Moppet Girl play). * OutOfFocus[=/=]LivingProp: The four PaletteSwap racers don't get any lines, have no distinct personalities due to their lack of biographies, do not appear in any merchandise, and aren't even playable in the online version of ''Sugar Rush''. Doesn't stop the fans from loving them just as much as the other racers, though - ask Tumblr. * PinkMeansFeminine: Four of them. ** Taffyta is dressed in all pink. ** The majority of Candlehead's outfit is bright pink, including her jacket, paper cup skirt, the ties on her boots, and even the frosting on her cupcake hat. ** Nougetsia is a recolor of Adorabeezle with pink-tinted clothes. ** Minty Sakura wears a bright pink kimono. * [[PintSizedKid Pint-Sized Kids]]: Their designs are similar to chibi anime characters. * RaceLift: Minty's redesign for the Japanese release of the movie includes lighter skin. ** However, the original American Minty design can also be seen in the film in other scenes, suggesting that they didn't have time to redo all of them to feature the new look. * TheSeventies: Snowanna's costume and overall aesthetic is built around this era. %% * RavenHairIvorySkin: Adorabeezle, although it's difficult to see her hair given that most of it is hidden by her hat. * ShesAManInJapan: All of the Sugar Rush racers are referred to as girls in the Russian dub, and Rancis, Gloyd, and Swizzle are given feminine names (though Rancis retains a masculine voice). Rancis, Gloyd, and Swizzle also receive gender changes in the Dutch dub. * SkewedPriorities: When [[spoiler:Vanellope rams Taffyta, Candlehead and Rancis off the racetrack]], Candlehead is more upset about the candle on her cupcake hat having been extinguished than [[spoiler:losing the race]]. * SpellMyNameWithAnS: The online Disney Store merch spells Candlehead's name as "Candle Head", presumably to make it more similar to the other racers' names which are all two words. ** Prototypes of the Sugar Rush figurines had their own unusual spellings (including "Candle Head"), some of them likely typos: Adorabeezle as "Adorabeezie", Taffyta as "Taffeta", Vanellope as "Vanelolope", and Gloyd's surname spelled as "Orangbeor". * SpellMyNameWithAThe: It isn't used in the film proper, but Swizzle's InSeriesNickname is apparently "The Swizz". %% * TrueBlueFemininity: Adorabeezle wears a blue dress with a darker blue jacket and blue boots to go with her winter motif. That, and she plays one of several [[TomboyAndGirlyGirl Girly Girls to Vanellope's Tomboy.]] * ThirteenIsUnlucky: Gloyd Orangeboar, fitting with his Halloween theme and prankster personality, has a kart number of 13. * ToyShip: There are loads for them, but Rancis/Vanellope, known as Vanilla Butter and Taffyta/Vanellope, known as Vanilla Taffy are the most popular. * TwoGirlsAndAGuy: Candlehead and Rancis spend most of their screen time by Taffyta's side. * TheVoiceless / TheQuietOne: With the exception of Taffyta, obviously, the majority of them do not speak, and the ones that do are Rancis ("It's the Glitch!" and "Yeah, those were [[JustJokingJustification jokes]]."), Jubileena ("Oh yeah!" and "Oh no! I g-g-g-glitch too!"), Candlehead ("My candle!" and "I was just doing what Taffyta told me to do!"), and Crumbelina ("Oh... uh-oh..."). * VSign: Adorabeezle's, Jubileena's and Minty Sakura's poses in their official artwork. * WhatCouldHaveBeen: ** Candlehead originally had Minty's name. Her early design depicts her as looking like [[http://images.wikia.com/disney/images/d/dd/Candlehead_Concept_Art.PNG this.]] Some elements of Minty!Candlehead still remain in the final film and tie-in merchandise, such as her chocolate chip mint kart, her being referred to as "Minty Zaki" in ''One Sweet Race'', and her grandstand displaying the name "Minty" on it. The Candlehead plushie is also mint-scented, while the Minty Zaki plushie smells of apple. *** On top of all that, Minty Sakura's design more closely resembles Candlehead than her American counterpart (note the green eyes, the chocolate in her hair, the pink theme, and her polka-dot stockings). [[http://citrusella-flugpucker.tumblr.com/post/47746506198/highest-quality-minty-sakura-concept-i-could-get Her early concept art]] also shows that her Pocky stick was to be on fire, much like Candlehead's candle. ** [[http://pumpkinfishes.tumblr.com/post/36016807329/time-for-a-sugar-rush-name-puzzle An early version of the Sugar Rush arcade machine]] and [[http://pumpkinfishes.tumblr.com/post/35984272527/sugar-rush-hhhhh-this-little-model-of-the concept designs of the stands]] show that the racers all had their names altered through production to some extent. Some references to these names remain in the final film (such as Rancis' stand reading "Buttercap"): *** Taffata Muttonfudge > Taffyta Muttonfudge *** Peterbelly Buttercap -> Rancis Fluggerbutter *** Minty Zaki -> Candlehead *** Jubeelina Bing -> Jubileena Bing-Bing *** Crumbelina Drizzlecap -> Crumbelina Di Caramello *** Emmareld -> Minty Zaki *** Rumple -> Gloyd Orangeboar *** Merfus -> Swizzle Malarkey *** Snowana Rainbeau-> Snowanna Rainbeau *** Adorabella Winterpop-> Adorabeezle Winterpop ** Some concept art also depicts racers and their karts that [[http://images.wikia.com/disney/images/5/58/Sugar_Rush_Concept_-_Scrapped_Characters.jpg didn't make it]] split into the final cut of the movie. ** Torvald Batterbutter was to be a recolor of Swizzle, while Sticky Wipplesnit was a recolor of Crumbelina. Both wound up being palette-swaps of Minty, though their icons on the racing chart show their original appearances. In contrast, Citrusella Flugpucker was originally to be a deep blue version of Minty, but was changed to be a palette swap of Jubileena. Their racing icons were corrected to their finalized appearances in the Spanish and Japanese versions of the film, although the original Torvald icon inexplicably replaces Nougetsia on the list. following: [[index]] * YouDontLookLikeYou: Adorabeezle's costume is inconsistently drawn between her stock art, her plush toy, and the film (explained in detail [[http://ask-donald-snacakes.tumblr.com/post/37347548915/my-problem-with-adorabeezle-winterpop here]]). ** In an [[UnfortunateImplications unfortunate example]], Snowanna Rainbeau was depicted with purple skin in her plushie (as well as some merchandise artwork like the ''Look and Find'' book) instead of her proper dark brown skintone, which lead to said plushies being recalled due to the controversy and destroyed for the "quality issue". ** The same Look and Find book depicted Candlehead and Minty with light green skin, as well as giving Swizzle brown hair, making Rancis a redhead, and giving Adorabeezle icy blue skin. The brown-haired Swizzle has popped up in some other merchandise as well. Rancis and Swizzle are also depicted with red hair in their racing icons in international versions of the film. It would seem these oddities might have been remnants of older concept art, as Swizzle has brown hair in the artbook and was to have blue skin at an earlier point (similar to the other instances of the children having technicolor skintones). ** Snowanna isn't the only racer to have an off-model plushie. Plushie!Rancis has a red jacket instead of a brown one, which also carries over to a figurine. ** Minty is light-skinned in her icon on the leaderboard (similar to her palette swap Sticky), while her actual design and most merchandise have her AmbiguouslyBrown. The light-skinned Minty icon also carries over to the artwork seen in other international versions. Characters/WreckItRalphMainCharacters * YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Candlehead, both of Minty's designs, Plushie!Gloyd, and Swizzle (all green), Citrusella (blue), Sticky (turquoise), Nougetsia (dark pink) and Snowanna (several different colors). [[/folder]] [[folder:Cameo Characters]] [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph13_Cameos_9199.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: [- Pictured: the posters [[WolverinePublicity focused on the cameos]]... [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and the one featuring]] the OriginalGeneration. -] ]] As mentioned in the opening paragraph, one of the most notable aspects of the movie is how Disney went out of its way and licensed a bunch of cameo characters from notable video game franchises. Unlike other cameos, these are neither [[LawyerFriendlyCameo lawyer-friendly]] nor [[CaptainErsatz blatant knockoffs]]. They're just the honest-to-God real deal, and their appearances here have a plot-relevant role (despite still remaining background characters), to boot! Not only, there's [[ShownTheirWork a great amount of detail and attention paid to them by the movie's makers.]] So, let's see the cameos present in this movie. Due to the many characters, some of whom are well hidden, this list is incomplete. !!General list of characters, sorted by company !!!Creator/{{Nintendo}} Characters/WreckItRalphOtherCharacters * King Bowser Koopa from ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' Mii-{{Expy}} versions of Princess Peach and Daisy also appear, and Mario himself is name-dropped by Felix at his 30th anniversary party. !!!{{Sega}} * Sonic the Hedgehog and Dr. Eggman from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' * Neff from ''AlteredBeast'' * Cyril the Zombie from ''HouseOfTheDead'' !!!{{Capcom}} * M. Bison[[hottip:*: replaces Dr. Wily of ''VideoGame/MegaMan'']], Zangief, Chun-Li, Cammy, and Blanka from ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'' * Ryu and Ken from ''VideoGame/StreetFighter'' !!!{{Midway}} (now WarnerBros Interactive) * Paperboy from ''{{Paperboy}}''. * The Bartender from ''{{Tapper}}''. * Kano and Smoke from ''MortalKombat'' are part of Ralph's villain support group. * The player knight from ''VideoGame/{{Joust}}''. !!!NamcoBandai * Pac-Man, Clyde, Inky, Blinky and Pinky from ''VideoGame/{{Pac-Man}}''. * Taizo Hori, Fygar, and Pooka from ''DigDug''. !!!Gottlieb (later Mylstar) * Q*bert, Coily, Slick and Ugg from ''QBert''. !!!{{Konami}} * Frogger from ''{{Frogger}}''. * Yuni from ''DanceDanceRevolution''. !!!{{Atari}} * The ball and paddles from ''VideoGame/{{Pong}}''. * Bently Bear from ''VideoGame/CrystalCastles''. !!!Creator/DataEast * Peter Pepper and an egg from ''VideoGame/BurgerTime''. !!!Taito America * The Qix from ''{{VideoGame/Qix}}''. !!!Muginoho * The [[http://muginohointl.com/ Beard Papa's]] mascot is a security guard at the ''Sugar Rush'' car factory. !!!Disney * Tiny the Tyrannosaurus Rex from ''Disney/MeetTheRobinsons''. ---- !!Detailed list of characters, in order of appearance[[hottip:*: (Although Yuni, Ryu and Ken technically appear first, the Bad-Anon is listed first)]]. ---- !!The Bad-Anon [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph14_BadAnon_4232.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: [- [[BadIsGoodAndGoodIsBad "I'm bad, and that's good. I'll never be good, and that's not bad. There's no one I'd rather be... than me."]] -] ]] Short for Bad-Guys Anonymous, this reunion of famous gaming villains is what, on a meta level, drew attention to the movie in the first place: this OneSceneWonder was the first sign that this would be a movie "that got it right". In this reunion, [[spoiler:taking place in the ghost-cage from ''Pac-Man'' and]] hosted by Clyde the ghost, various "bad guys" share their frustration about how their role doesn't help their popularity at all. All of them have some kind of issues about it, although the one who makes the biggest deal out of it is undoubtedly Ralph himself. [- (Official bios) -] [[AC: Some of them (see below)]] * AdvertisedExtra: Applies to all the cameos in general, but most of the movie's marketing included the Bad-Anon as one of its core points. See OneSceneWonder below. * BadIsGoodAndGoodIsBad: Their mantra, known as the "Bad Guy Affirmation", is essentially an oath based on this concept. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] In that their villainy is just part of a role they play. -->''"I'm bad, and that's good. I'll never be good, and that's not bad. There's no one I'd rather be... than me."'' * BookEnds: [[spoiler:Ralph returns at the Bad-Anon at the end of the movie, only he's much happier with his job now, thus deserving a round of applause by the other "villains".]] * DysfunctionJunction: Self-esteem issues are implied for every one of them, hence the "one game at a time" banner in order to discourage villains from attempting to seek popularity in other games, as it would put their own home game in jeopardy. * LegionOfDoom: Averted. Sure, they're all powerful villains in the same room, but they're not plotting anything [[PunchClockVillain because they're not doing their job during this scene]]. * MassOhCrap: When Ralph announces he doesn't "want to be the bad guy anymore", especially due to how the rest of the group is otherwise faithful to each one's job - despite the unpopularity coming with it. Then again, this is what happens with most Disney movies dealing with a radical change in an established order. * OneSceneWonder: Unarguably so; given the amount of attention it drew to the movie in the first place, it's no wonder Disney's been GenreSavvy enough to include this geek-bait of a scene in all trailers for the movie (including the Japanese dub, ''[[MarketBasedTitle "Sugar Rush"]]''). * PunchClockVillain: In the context of the movie, gaming characters are treated like actors playing their own role, and much like Ralph, the villains are [[NiceGuy good-natured people]] [[MeanCharacterNiceActor playing villains.]] * ShownTheirWork: All the cameos feature a lot of research to some extent. WordOfGod explained that, while setting some conditions, the game companies understood straight away that Disney had the best of intentions with the movie, licensed cameos included. In setting said conditions, the game companies owning the characters essentially helped the movie's writers in keeping the cameos true to their original form. * TheSmurfettePrinciple: There's only one female member present, who seems to be based off of [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Morrigan]]. * TropaholicsAnonymous: This reunion is ''very'' reminiscent of real-life Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, right down to the "Hi, I'm (X); hi, (X)" routine. !!Clyde [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph20_Clyde_4941.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "Nice share, Ralph."[[hottip:*: (As with Eggman below, Clyde doesn't seem to have any official character artwork; the image here comes from his official bio seen on the movie's site, instead.)]]]] -->'''Voiced by:''' Kevin Deters One of the ghosts from ''PacMan'' debuts in the DisneyAnimatedCanon with a secondary job as the host of the Bad-Anon meetings [[spoiler:at his own home]]. Calm and collected, Clyde helps the others deal with their self-esteem issues, as their villainous roles, and consequent unpopularity, has taken quite the toll on the spirit they do their jobs with, although discouraging any thought of trying to play a different role. Like Coily, Eggman and Bison below, Clyde appears alongside the hero opposing him, as Pac-Man himself makes a cameo in another point of the movie. Used with Creator/NamcoBandai's permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: Clyde: Orange and finally in charge]] [- Clyde, the orange ghost who - along with pals Inky, Blinky and Pinky - has made PAC-MAN's life difficult. These days old Clyde leads the weekly Bad-Anon meeting in his spare time. -] * BlueWithShock: Alongside Bowser and Sonic below, Clyde is the one character with a particular in-game trait that the writers managed to work into the movie as a gag. In Clyde's case, he becomes BlueWithShock when doing his part in the bad guys' MassOhCrap, becoming blue [[ShownTheirWork exactly]] as he does when Pac-Man eats a power pellet. * ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Clyde never really loses his cool, regardless of the villains' poor self-esteem. * SincerityMode: When he tells Ralph that "[[YouCantFightFate we can't change who we are]]", he says it without any trace of malice in his voice. * TeamDad: He even kickstarts "the Bad-Guy affirmation" (quoted as the caption under the image for Bad-Anon, above). * YouCantFightFate: -->'''Clyde:''' ''"Ralph, Ralph, we get it. But we can't change who we are."'' !!Zangief [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph15_Zangief_9148.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "One game at a time, Ralph."]] -->'''Voiced by:''' Rich Moore The [[MotherRussiaMakesYouStrong Russian-born powerhouse]] hailing from the ''StreetFighter'' franchise makes his debut in the DisneyAnimatedCanon as a "bad guy" who really isn't, in order to help other gaming villains to be happy with the role they're given despite the fact they're all good-natured guys at heart. Used with Creator/{{Capcom}}'s permission. [- (Official Bio) -] [[AC: Zangief: not a bad guy]] [- Zangief, the muscle-bound, hairy-chested, mohawked wrestler from "Street Fighter" is a regular at the Bad-Anon meetings. -] * AdaptationalVillainy: Lampshaded when Zangief points out that playing a villainous role doesn't mean you're evil yourself. * BadIsGoodAndGoodIsBad: He's perfectly okay with his job, to the point he's heavily implied to attend the Bad-Anon to help the other members; he doesn't really need to be reminded such advice himself. In fact, he's the most relaxed among the baddies when reciting the "Bad Guy Affirmation", [[TheEeyore in sharp contrast with Eggman]] who, ironically, is right next to him. * BeYourself: And he's {{anvilicious}} enough with this trope, he could be the one doing a PublicServiceAnnouncement instead of Sonic. * CreatorCameo: Like Sour Bill, he's voiced by director Rich Moore. * LimitedWardrobe: Apparently, aside from his boots, Zangief's only choice in clothes are his speedos, given that, aside from the ones he's wearing, [[BrainBleach there's also a pair of speedos at the Tapper bar.]] Then again, this is [[JustifiedTrope justified]] given Zangief's playable appearances in his own game series only feature that kind of outfit. * MotherRussiaMakesYouStrong: It just wouldn't be Zangief otherwise. * MurderousThighs: Takes pride in his ability to crush men's heads between his thighs like sparrow eggs. * NiceGuy: Easily the nicest one of them. ** TokenGoodTeammate: Due to the aforementioned AdaptationalVillainy. * ThatOneBoss: WordOfGod regarding Zangief's AdaptationalVillainy is that Rich Moore couldn't ever get past Zangief when playing ''StreetFighter'', thus giving an interesting perspective about video game villainy: if you're never picked by players, you end up going against them. * TitleDrop: As quoted in Zangief's caption, he's the one to tell Ralph to wander in "one game at a time", the same concept seen on the Bad-Anon banner, in order to suggest him he'd better stay in his own. It didn't work. * TooMuchInformation: Ralph is {{squick}}ed to find out a pair of his speedos at the Tapper bar. Most likely because one can't help but wonder ''[[FridgeLogic why]]'' [[YouDoNotWantToKnow they're kept there in the first place.]] * YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre: As stated under the "BadIsGoodAndGoodIsBad" entry about Zangief, above, the implied role for him within the context of the meeting itself is to remind other villains with self-esteem issues this. [[Heartwarming/WreckItRalph D'awwwww]]. !!M. Bison [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph16_Bison_151.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "You're ''not'' 'going Turbo', are you?"]] -->'''Voiced by:''' Gerald C. Rivers The ''actual'' villain from the ''StreetFighter'' franchise has two roles: on a meta level, he acts as a [[WhatCouldHaveBeen replacement]] for [[VideoGame/MegaMan Dr. Wily]]; but, definitely most notably, within the context of the movie he's the first character to introduce the concept of 'going Turbo', a line [[ArcWords later used in the movie]] proper. As with his original, Street Fighter-verse counterpart, the Disneyverse Bison is a [[GlowingEyesOfDoom glowing-eyed]] [[TakeOverTheWorld world dictator]], but, much like Zangief, is implied to only play that role. Additionally, like Coily, Eggman and Clyde, Bison's cameo in the movie is accompanied by that of the hero opposing him, in his case Ryu. Used with Creator/{{Capcom}}'s permission. [- (Official Bio) -] [[AC: M. Bison: [[GlowingEyesOfDoom the eyes have it]]]] [- A uniformed villain from "Street Fighter", M. Bison tames his bad-guy habits at Bad-Anon. -] * BadassArmFold: He spends most of his time at Bad-Anon this way. * BadassBaritone: Thanks to Gerald C. Rivers' RoleReprisal for this movie, Bison's only line (quoted under his picture here) is spoken in the deepest voice you can imagine. * BadassCape: Look at his picture. * EvilSoundsDeep: See BadassBaritone above. * GivingSomeoneThePointerFinger: He delivers his warning to Ralph this way. [[MundaneMadeAwesome With his hand very close to the camera.]] * GlowingEyesOfDoom: M. Bison's most unique, defining physical trait is kept in the movie. * MythologyGag: A Street Fighter character talking about "going Turbo" references [[CapcomSequelStagnation "Super Street Fighter II Turbo"]]. * TheQuietOne: He only speaks twice: first for the line about Ralph possibly going Turbo, and later when the support group meeting closes off. * TheStoic: He's just as serious as he's always been. * TakeOverTheWorld: World Dictator. [[Film/StreetFighter OF]] [[MemeticMutation COURSE!!!]] * WhatCouldHaveBeen: His seat at the Bad-Anon meeting was originally supposed to be occupied by [[VideoGame/MegaMan Dr. Wily]], as mentioned above. !!Dr. Eggman [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph21_Eggman_1246.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: [- Pictured: Eggman's ''Wreck-It Ralph'' render from the movie's official site. As with Clyde, it's as close to official artwork as we can get. -] ]] Doctor Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik, the villainous MadScientist from the ''SonicTheHedgehog'' franchise shows up in the weekly Bad-Anon meeting. Like Coily, Clyde and Bison, his cameo appearance comes with that of the hero opposing him, in Eggman's case Sonic himself (see below). Used with Creator/{{SEGA}}'s permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: Dr. Eggman: [[ArchEnemy Hedgehog nemesis]]]] [- Dr. Eggman, the mustached, goggle-wearing antagonist from "Sonic The Hedgehog" takes a break from his World-conquest mission to attend the weekly Bad-Anon meeting. -] * AbsentMindedProfessor: He seems not to be focused on the meeting as it takes place. See TheEeyore below. * ClaspYourHandsIfYouDeceive: Only in his render, as pictured here. He doesn't do it in the movie. More notably, there are two alternate poses for Eggman: one is the one pictured here, and the other is the image for this page as a whole. He clasps his hands ''in both''. * TheEeyore: He seems kind of depressed (or at least absent-minded; see above) during the meeting, and ends up looking down during the "Bad Guy affirmation" with a seemingly broken look on his face, as if he's about to break down sobbing. Most likely, he knows that the fact he's about to leave the meeting means he's only about to get his ass handed to him again. * [[spoiler:ThrowTheDogABone]]: He [[spoiler:gets even with Sonic in the CreativeClosingCredits. Sonic Spin-Dashes at him in [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2 Chemical Plant Zone]], [[EpicFail only to lose his rings in the process]].]] * TheVoiceless: Mike Pollock, Eggman's voice actor in the video games, was never notified of Eggman being in the film. !!Bowser [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph22_Bowser_9039.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: [- Pictured: Bowser drinking coffee, [[WordOfGod the way he's canonically supposed to as requested by Nintendo and explained by Rich Moore]]. -] ]] Full name King Bowser Koopa, the BigBad of the ''SuperMarioBros'' franchise makes his fire-breathing debut in the DisneyAnimatedCanon as one of the "bad guys" attending the weekly Bad-Anon meeting. Unlike other cameos, this one isn't an AdvertisedExtra and is, instead, a non-speaking background cameo appearance, which is rather ironic considering the importance of the franchise in question. This might have something to do with either the [[NeverLiveItDown infamy]] of the SuddenlyVoiced Bowser in ''SuperMarioSunshine'' or the fact that, unlike Coily below and Clyde, Bison and Eggman above, Bowser isn't accompanied by his nemesis Mario. This last fact is because [[WordOfGod the writers wouldn't have known how to use Mario in the movie]]. Still, Bowser's appearance in the movie is most likely what, according to near-unanimous speculation, led to the tie-in LicensedGame being a Nintendo exclusive ([[NintendoDS DS]], {{Wii}} and [[Nintendo3DS 3DS]]), despite said game not featuring any of the cameos. Used with Creator/{{Nintendo}}'s permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: None]] * MustHaveCaffeine: Much like in real Alcoholics Anonymous groups (just think of the one in ''TheSimpsonsMovie''), Bowser is seen drinking coffee. The explanation is either this, or coffee is simply Disneyverse Bowser's TrademarkFavoriteFood. * ShownTheirWork: Aside from Bowser's physical faithfulness to his original artwork (which, just as Eggman's, made his cameo in the first trailer all the more notable), there's the fact that, much like other cameos, the writers worked with each character's original owners - in this case, Nintendo - in order to make sure the characters stay true to form. WordOfGod is that the way Bowser is seen drinking coffee is how he is canonically supposed to do so. * SpitTake: Much like Clyde's [[BlueWithShock turning blue]] above and Sonic's [[DeathThrows loss of his rings]] below, this is a character-in-game-trait that the movie's writers managed to work in the movie as a gag. His [[BreathWeapon breath]] of [[PlayingWithFire fire]] results in a fiery SpitTake (for the same reason Clyde becomes BlueWithShock, that is, during the MassOhCrap due to Ralph's "I don't want to be the bad guy anymore"). ** ShoutOut: Said SpitTake is also using his [[SuperMarioBros original SFX from the NES days]]. !!Neff [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph17_Neff_3341.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: [[PurpleIsTheNewBlack Purple's the new black]].]] The FinalBoss from Sega's ''AlteredBeast'' makes a [[UnexpectedCharacter surprise appearance]] in the movie as a member of the Bad-Anon meeting. As with his original incarnation, Neff is an antropomorphic rhino with magical powers, but he's not given as much importance as the other cameos and pretty much stays in the background most of the time. Used with Creator/{{SEGA}}'s permission. [- (Official Bio) -] [[AC: Neff: purple's the new black]] [- As "Altered Beast's" resident evil wizard, Neff is a natural for the Bad-Anon meeting roster. -] * AppealToObscurity: Most likely the reason Neff was picked by the movie's makers in the first place, as a further reminder that [[ShownTheirWork "we're not messing around with this movie"]]. * ElmuhFuddSyndwome: [[AvertedTrope Averted.]] Neff's is a non-speaking cameo. * PurpleIsTheNewBlack: [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in Neff's official bio on the film's site, as reported above. * UnexpectedCharacter: ''AlteredBeast'' isn't exactly the first gaming franchise crossing your mind in general, even more so when talking about villains. * TheVoiceless: [[JustifiedTrope Justified]], as if he talked, the writers' [[ShownTheirWork showing their work]] would have lead to [[ElmuhFuddSyndwome a voice hard to take seriously.]] !!"Cyborg" (actually Kano) [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph23_CyborgKano_4206.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "You can't mess with the program, Ralph."]] -->'''Voiced by:''' Brian Kesinger This is a tricky one to describe. Simply put, the so-called "Cyborg" is essentially Kano from the gory, M-rated and not-at-all-Disney-like ''MortalKombat'' franchise. However, in the movie this Bad-Anon attendant is referred to as "Cyborg" for some reason. Most likely, this choice is supposed to avoid any close association between the Disney movie where Kano appears in and the latter's source material; going by this theory, we might say that "Cyborg" is actually a Disney-verse version of Kano. An authorized CaptainErsatz, if you will. In fact, there's been some speculation about the character's identity when scans of a book adaptation of the movie surfaced online, given the presence of Cyborg among the Bad-Anon attendants despite said book only featuring Disney's own characters. Then the movie came out, and the fact that the writers had the [[RefugeInAudacity balls]] to work into the movie what made the character so infamous in the first place confirmed that Cyborg, after all, was indeed supposed to be Kano all along. We're talking about Kano's [[FinishingMove Fatality]], where ''he rips out someone's [[BeatStillMyHeart heart]]'' ([[AndShowItToYou and then some]]). [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar No, really.]] Used with [[Creator/MidwayGames Midway]]'s, now Creator/WarnerBros Interactive's[[hottip:*: [[WhoFramedRogerRabbit Wait...]], permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: None]] * BeatStillMyHeart: His trademark FinishingMove is kept intact in the film. [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids Kano in a Disney movie, ladies and gentlemen.]] ** AndShowItToYou: Again, this is Kano. * CaptainErsatz: As described above, this is now ''[[AlternateCompanyEquivalent Disney's own]]'' Kano, due to the reasons listed. He's still Kano, [[JustifiedTrope but now there's no need to worry about being associated with the MK brand.]] * EvenEvilHasStandards: Ralph, being the NiceGuy he is, [[AudienceSurrogate is understandably freaked out when Kano does the heart-rip.]] * GeniusBonus: When he's leaning on the chair and talking to Ralph across Zombie, Kano has something similar to his combat pose from MortalKombat (left arm bend up against his chest, right arm back and up). * GettingCrapPastTheRadar[=/=]RefugeInAudacity: As mentioned above, [[RefugeInAudacity he freaking rips Zombie's heart out.]] Sure, [[JustifiedTrope the latter doesn't need it because he's a zombie]], but ''still''. ** Additionally, Kano's the one mentioning that "you can't mess with the program", essentially meaning "I'm programmed to do this". Maybe he doesn't necessarily enjoy what he does, but if he did to Zombie what he did because he's just used to it that much, then we know who has got the biggest body count in the movie[[hottip:*: as explained by Sonic, characters become mortal outside their own games]]. * ShoutOut: You can practically hear "[[MortalKombat FATALITY]]" with his finisher. !!"Zombie" (actually Cyril) [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph24_ZombieCyril_1997.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "Zangief saying labels [[HulkSpeak not make]] you happy. Good! Bad! [[{{Angrish}} Rrraaarrrgh!]] [[YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre You must love you]]."]] -->'''Voiced by:''' Raymond S. Persi Copyright-wise, Kano's situation (see above) also applies to Zombie, better known as who he's [[http://segabits.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/hotd.jpg obviously]] supposed to be: Cyril from ''HouseOfTheDead'', only balding and without the blood on his face. Sure, Disney [[SegaSuperstars could have simply referred to the character's source material as "Curien Mansion"]], but there you go. Anyway, for the character himself, this is Cyril's counterpart for the DisneyAnimatedCanon: a zombie who, despite carrying two axes and being obviously as deranged as is to be expected from a zombie, is still a good guy at heart, as can be said about every other "villain" seen at Bad-Anon (and as you should know well by this point if you've scrolled the page down this far). Used with Creator/{{SEGA}}'s permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: None]] * BluntYes: He gives one to Ralph when Ralph asks if it is Turbo to want more out of life than getting constantly thrown off a building (or a piece of pie every once in a while). * {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: [[JustifiedTrope He's a zombie]], what did you expect? * HulkSpeak: Well, it's already a miracle that a zombie can speak, anyway. * MajorInjuryUnderreaction: Sure, zombies don't need organs, but he could at least say ''something'' when [[RefugeInAudacity Kano ripped out his heart.]] * RunsWithScissors: He seems disturbingly nonchalant when flailing his arms ''while handling axes''. [[FridgeHorror Especially given that characters can respawn only in their games, and are otherwise mortal.]] * ShownTheirWork: As seen in the pic linked to in the opening paragraph above [[http://www.thewebsiteofthedead.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Cyril.jpg (alternate link),]] the character's appearance is ''very'' faithful to that of the original Cyril, right down to the rips in his clothes (although the coloring of the Disneyverse Cyril is slightly darker, in addition to his aforementioned balding). * SurvivalHorror: He's meant to represent this genre, as there aren't other references to survival horror games in the movie. * WeaponOfChoice: [[DualWielding Two]] [[AnAxeToGrind axes.]] * ZombieApocalypse: [[AvertedTrope Averted.]] Cyril is the only zombie seen in the whole film. [[spoiler:Credits aside, that is.]] !!Yuni Berth [[quoteright:302:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph29_Yuni_2946.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:302: "All clear! The arcade's closed!"]] Actually the ''first'' cameo seen in the film, Yuni, representing ''DanceDanceRevolution'' in the DisneyAnimatedCanon, appears for a few seconds with a specific purpose: the placement of her game's cabinet allows her to see if there are still people around when Litwak's arcade closes, allowing other characters to [[BrokenMasquerade cut the act.]] Used with Creator/{{Konami}}'s permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:None]] * AttractMode: Yuni's dancing on her own - or rather, pretending to, as she's just checking if there's still anyone in the arcade. * BareYourMidriff: Although her belly button isn't shown. * FashionableAsymmetry: Her stockings don't match, much like Vanellope's (who actually appears in the movie after Yuni does); nor do her wristbands (one of which has a [[DetachedSleeves detached sleeve]]). Or the sides of her skirt, for that matter. Let's just say only her shirt and her face appear to be perfectly symmetrical. * GirlishPigtails: She actually has two ponytails. * ShoutOut: The fact someone has to tell the others ''when'' to cut the act [[CallBack parallels]] ''ToyStory'', as the very same happened with the titular [[TrueCompanions toys]] in that movie. Given Disney's description of this movie was (contrary to the fandom's "''WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' with video game cameos") "the videogame equivalent of ''ToyStory''" this is most likely intentional. * ZettaiRyouiki: [[AvertedTrope Averted]], despite the character's Japanese heritage. Justified due to this being a Disney film, although the miniskirt still made it in Yuni's design in the movie. \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ !!Ryu and Ken [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph30_RyuKen_7939.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "[[CallingYourAttack Shoryuken!]]... [[BrokenMasquerade Oh, boy, what a day]]."[[hottip:*: (Pictured: top, Ryu and Ken in the in-game screen at the beginning of the movie; center, Ryu at Tapper's; bottom, Ryu and Ken's portraits at Tapper's, as explained below.)]]]] RyuAndKen from ''VideoGame/StreetFighter'' are introduced to the DisneyAnimatedCanon right after Yuni (just read the quote in Yuni's caption, and then the one in Ryu and Ken's caption in quick succession), when Ryu suddenly stops attacking Ken as soon as he's sure there's no one else in the arcade; the two then leave. Ryu reappears at Tapper's as a background character later on in the movie. Used with Creator/{{Capcom}}'s permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:None]] * AttractMode: Same as Yuni's dancing described above. Ryu is seen attacking Ken with a Shoryuken, only to stop as soon as Yuni tells him he can cut the act. * BonusStage: In the CreativeClosingCredits, Ralph and Vanellope reunite with Ryu and [[spoiler:destroy the infamously TonkaTough car from ''StreetFighterII'']] within seconds. Which is kind of a JustifiedTrope, considering wrecking stuff is what Ralph does best. [[spoiler:Then Ralph gets [[CurbStompBattle curbstomped]] by Blanka, quickly proving that while Ralph's strength is unrivaled when it comes to wrecking stuff, the Street Fighters are still the best when it comes to ''actual fighting''.]] * BrickJoke: After asking Ken to go drink something at Tapper's together, he's later seen at Tapper's when Ralph visits said game (which also happens to act as an actual bar for game characters in the Wreckverse). * BrokenMasquerade: From "Shoryuken!" to "Oh, boy, what a day". * CallingYourAttacks: Shoryuken! * MoodWhiplash: See the quote in Ryu and Ken's caption. * MythologyGag: In case you're wondering why Ryu and Ken "leave together like best buds" when the arcade closes, it's because in the Street Fighter games they ''are'' best buds anyway. * RoleReprisal: KyleHebert and ReubenLangdon are back. \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ !!Chun-Li and Cammy [[quoteright:311:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph35_ChunLiCammy_8744.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:311: [- Pictured: top-left, Chun-Li hanging out with Cammy in the first Game Central Station scene; top-right, Chun-Li in the second; bottom-left, her portrait at Tapper's, as explained below; bottom-right, her artwork in the movie's Chinese poster. -] ]] The first cameos spotted after the Bad-Anon scene ("spotted" [[FreezeFrameBonus being the keyword here]]), Chun-Li and Cammy - still hailing from the ''StreetFighter'' franchise - don't do as much as Ryu and Ken do, but Chun-Li herself still appears often throughout the movie as a background cameo. Neither Chun-Li nor Cammy have any lines at all. Used with Creator/{{Capcom}}'s permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:None]] * AdvertisedExtra: Chun-Li in the movie's Chinese release, as seen in the bottom-right corner of the image. Perhaps [[JustifiedTrope justified]] not only because of Chun-Li's Chinese nationality, but also because she replaced Bison in the movie's Chinese poster... and a red-clothed dictator portrayed as a "bad guy" wouldn't quite fly there. %% The sentence was originally planned to end with the still carefully-worded "would have [=[[InvokedTrope invoked]]=] some UnfortunateImplications", but was changed to "wouldn't quite fly" as per the RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment. Please, let's not misuse said rule. We'd instead just get PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad that way. %% * {{Bowdlerise}}: Cammy isn't ''quite'' as {{Stripperiffic}} as in her home series. * FreezeFrameBonus: The top-left corner of the image can be seen while the camera is panning from the "GAME CENTRAL STATION" sign to the Station itself. And as for Cammy, [[DemotedToExtra that's it.]] * GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The top-right corner of the image comes from [[http://i1.wp.com/screencaps.us/201/2-wreck-it-ralph/full/wreck-it-ralph-disneyscreencaps.com-3745.jpg a shot]] of Game Central Station, during the scene in which Calhoun explains to Felix that the arcade would be in huge danger if the cy-bugs were to break loose. Look closely at Chun-Li. Three words for you: [[MaleGaze Surge Protector approves.]] \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ !!The homeless Q*Bert family [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph18_QBert_1841.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "[[IntelligibleUnintelligible @$#%]][[SpeakingSimlish &#!!!]]"]] Pretty much the entire ''QBert'' cast returns in the movie, as a living {{deconstruction}} of the modern gaming industry: the success of the more modern, RatedMForMoney shooters led to Litwak's ''Q*Bert'' cabinet's lack of popularity, which eventually culminated in the plug of said cabinet being pulled. Now with his own game "[[DeadlyEuphemism unplugged]]", Q*Bert himself barely managed to evacuate his own game alongside his co-workers, with whom he now lives as a homeless hobo, struggling every day just for some food. At least, however, he and his former in-game "enemies" are [[TrueCompanions now more of a family]], and as such always stick together. Q*Bert is also the most plot-relevant of the cameos, as he interacts directly with most of the main cast: he first met Ralph when the latter gave him one of his two [[PacMan cherries]] out of compassion, and later recognized the same guy after he [[MuggedForDisguise stole]] Pvt. Markowski's PoweredArmor. He told Felix about Ralph's game-jumping shortly afterwards. [[spoiler:He and his family found themselves a better place to live by the end of the movie.]] Used with, essentially, ColumbiaPictures' permission. [- (Official bio for Q*Bert) -] [[AC: Q*Bert: unplugged]] [- Q*Bert, whose game was long ago unplugged, spends most of his time in Game Central Station, the travel hub for all arcade-game characters - and the unfortunate "home" to those whose games are over. -]\\ [- (Official bio for Coily) -] [[AC: Coily: bouncing purple snake]] [- Once the bouncing purple villain in the Q*Bert arcade game, Coily finds himself hanging with his former adversary in Game Central Station after their game is unplugged. -] * ButtMonkey: Either that or IronButtmonkey, take your pick. The already heavy Ralph trips on Q*Bert ''while wearing the PoweredArmor''. Somehow, he doesn't get hurt. * DespairEventHorizon: They're heavily implied to have crossed it already, given one of them is willing to appear as "a NonPlayerCharacter in a FirstPersonShooter for food". Bear in mind, this is right after [[FridgeHorror we're told characters become mortal outside of their own games.]] * {{Determinator}}: Given that - outside of his game - Q*Bert is essentially mortal, the fact he's gone to the then-soon-to-be-unplugged game of ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' '''alone''' is rather notable. [[BadassAdorable Little dude has]] ''balls.'' * [[spoiler:EarnYourHappyEnding]]: [[Heartwarming/WreckItRalph They did]]. Possibly as a reward for telling Felix about Ralph and his then-current whereabouts, the cast of ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' thanked them all [[spoiler:by offering them to live (and appear as [=NPCs=]!) in a "Bonus Level" made just for them]] at the end of the movie. * PunchClockVillain: With the exception of [[PlayerCharacter Q*Bert]], they were all villains for their game. [[spoiler:They get to reprise their roles as video game antagonists at the end.]] * PuppyDogEyes: Having been unplugged for who-knows-how-long, Q*bert has obviously had plenty of time in which to practice this; practice which has definitely paid off because he is '''very''' good at it. * SpeakingSimlish: Let's just say that Q*Bert's SymbolSwearing is rendered pretty well on the big screen. Apparently, Q*Bert-ese [[{{Fictionary}} is a language]]. ** IntelligibleUnintelligible: Thankfully, Felix happens to know Q*Bert-ese. Even more thankfully, Felix then provides some ParrotExposition in order for the audience to understand as well. * ThrowTheDogABone: As a MeaningfulBackgroundEvent, at a certain point in the movie we see [[VideoGame/BurgerTime Peter Pepper]] is offering them a meal on the house. * TrueCompanions: Without the "job" that their home game was, they no longer have any reasons to hold any grudges - not even [[MeanCharacterNiceActor fictional]] ones - against each other, and now live pretty much like a family. Sure, they're [[TheWoobie utterly miserable]], but still. * TheWoobie: All of them, even InUniverse. They're ''broken'' after all the crap they've been put through, and the movie made it pretty clear. * YouBastard: Let's just say that viewers who prefer newer games over the old-school classics are likely to find another reason to feel sorry for Q*Bert. !!Sonic the Hedgehog %% Please leave any possible SugarWiki items, trivia, or YMMV tropes where they are. They are part of the aspects of this cameo's appearance, and all have been carefully worded. Additionally, when adding such material yourself (aside from objective tropes), make sure they're just as essential to Sonic's cameo and word them as carefully as the ones you can already find here. Thank you.%% [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph19_Sonic_5310.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "If you die outside your own game, you won't regenerate, ever! ''[[ScareEmStraight Game over]]''."]] -->'''Voiced by:''' RogerCraigSmith One of the most notable cameos in the movie, the eponymous protagonist from the series of the same name, ''SonicTheHedgehog'', makes his debut in the DisneyAnimatedCanon. His role here is that of a much more famous game star than others, and much like "big name stars" in RealLife, here he uses his fame for the greater good by starring in [[PublicServiceAnnouncement PSAs]] about a vital rule within the context of the movie: essentially, when a character wanders outside his or her own game, [[TheMostDangerousVideoGame said character becomes mortal]], and as such any death is ''the'' FinalDeath. Given the exposition he provides, Sonic is a cameo given a prominent role indeed, much like Q*Bert (see above). All of this, of course, happens when our beloved blue blur is not busy SavingTheWorld. Other than being [[AdvertisedExtra advertised]] a lot, the Sonic cameo also appears a few more times throughout the movie, again, much in the same vein as Q*Bert. Unlike Q*Bert, however, Sonic's appearance is part of a deal between Disney and Sega: in exchange from Sonic's cameo, Ralph himself will appear as a [[GuestFighter Guest Racer]] in Sega's ''[[SegaSuperstars Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed]]''; however, this part of the deal also granted RogerCraigSmith to [[RoleReprisal deliver his lines as Sonic]], which is another reason why this cameo has been met with such praise. As obvious as it is, used with Creator/{{SEGA}}'s permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: SonicTheHedgehog: still SavingTheWorld]] [- When this hero who moves at the speed of sound is not busy saving the world in his own video-game series, Sonic the Hedgehog slows down to make public service announcements reminding his arcade-game colleagues to stay safe - especially when outside of their own games. -] * ChekhovsLecture: the dramatic explanation of the perils of game-jumping was obviously setting up a huge plot point... ** [[spoiler:RedHerring]]: [[spoiler:...but the rule was only used as the way the BigBad kicked the bucket. King Candy, a.k.a. Turbo, got KilledOffForReal only because he died in ''Sugar Rush'' while his own home game was the now-unplugged ''Turbotime''.]] * DeathThrows: When losing his rings, [[ShownTheirWork exactly as it happened back in the 2D games]]. This scene [[DoingItForTheArt was re-animated]] (see below) at Sega's explicit request, as confirmed by WordOfGod. * DoingItForTheArt: as with many other cameos, the movie's makers worked with the original owners of each one to make sure the characters would stay true to form, and the same goes for Sonic. WordOfGod has it that a scene where Sonic would lose his rings in the movie (due to [[spoiler:Ralph's escape pod from ''Hero's Duty'' passing by at high speed]]) wasn't entirely correct in that Sonic could only lose his ring [[DeathThrows by falling over]]; Moore's response was that the studio would go out of its way and re-animate it. * MascotWithAttitude: Sonic's lines are delivered this way, in order to have his characterization as "true-to-form" as possible. It worked - Sonic's portrayed as perfectly in-character in the movie. * MythologyGag: Sonic attending a [[MilestoneCelebration 30th anniversary party?]] Gee, he might have taken a liking of those [[SonicGenerations after his own 20th anniversary party...]] * OhCrap: He looks visibly - and understandably - disturbed (then again, that ''is'' an [[ShownTheirWork exact replica]] of his DeathThrows sprite) when he loses his rings. {{Justified|Trope}}, given the rule he explained in his own PSA. * PublicServiceAnnouncement: His most prominent appearance in the movie has him giving one, explaining, as stated above, that characters can die outside of their own game, as respawning is limited to one's own home game only. Might double as a MythologyGag, given all the [[AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog "Sonic Sez" segments.]] ** ScareEmStraight: his PSA is this InUniverse. The way he says "Game over" is either a sign of [[MascotWithAttitude attitude]] or just plain cynicism. * RoleReprisal: RogerCraigSmith returns as Sonic. The Latin American dub has him played by Yamil Atala, who voiced Sonic in ''SonicUnderground''. ** Ditto with JunichiKanemaru in the Japanese dub. * SuperSpeed: Underplayed. When Sonic is "seen" (read: blink and you'll miss it) running in Game Central Station, he's not running particularly fast. ** [[FridgeBrilliance He only runs at full speed when he's under control of the player. In Cutscenes and other times, he doesn't necessarily go all out. That, and he's outside his game now, so he has to go slower so he doesn't crash into any bad guys (Though this doesn't stop things from crashing into him.)]] !!Pac-Man [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph34_PacMan_5106.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "[[BigEater Waka waka waka waka!]]"]] The [[IncrediblyLamePun Man]] himself, ''PacMan'', munches his way into the DisneyAnimatedCanon doing what he does best: eat everything in sight, while attending the Fix-It Felix Jr. [[MilestoneCelebration 30th Anniversary Party]]. Used with Creator/NamcoBandai's permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:None]] * BigEater: According to WordOfGod, this trait for Pac-Man's cameo appearance has been explicitly requested by Namco. * {{Irony}}: When Ralph destroys the Niceland Apartments-shaped cake in a fit of rage, Pac-Man is splattered with it. What's ironic? He didn't get to ''eat'' the cake. ** JawDrop: Pac-Man's response. A disappointed BigEater, indeed. ** For further irony, there's the HypocriticalHumor-in-[[{{Foreshadowing}} hindsight]] provided by Ralph. --->'''Ralph:''' Pac-Man! They invited Pac-Man? That cherry-chasing, dot-muncher [[TemptingFate isn’t even part of this game]]! * MythologyGag: For the same reason as Sonic above - the fact Pac-Man is seen at a MilestoneCelebration can't be coincidental. Does the title ''PacManWorld'' ring any bells? * PacManFever: The guy isn't the TropeNamer for nothing. Sure, the movie [[AvertedTrope averted]] the trope, but frankly the movie wouldn't be quite complete with a reference to one of the most famous gaming icons. !!Skrillex [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph33_Skrillex_8190.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: [- [[FunnyBackgroundEvent Move along, nothing to see here...]] -] ]] Yes, ''that'' Music/{{Skrillex}}. While not technically a gaming cameo, he appears at the Fix-It Felix Jr. Anniversary Party nonetheless - as their official DJ. He has no lines, though. Used with, huh, Skrillex's own permission. Or perhaps it was kind of a given, what with Skrillex contributing to the movie's soundtrack. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC:None]] * AsHimself: Despite having no lines, that's obviously Skrillex. * InkSuitActor: Just in case you thought Ralph, Vanellope, Felix and Calhoun were blatant - just wait until you notice him. He flat-out appears AsHimself. * PlayingAgainstType: Given the genre he's usually attributed to, it's kind of jarring to see him having fun with "Celebration" of all things. * UnexpectedCharacter: While fans knew he was involved in the movie's soundtrack, his actual appearance in the movie caught a lot of people off guard. [[TropesAreNotBad In a good way.]] * TheVoiceless: Despite Skrillex's own work on the movie (heard later during Moppet Girl's gameplay session in ''Hero's Duty''), he didn't do any voice acting as his own avatar here. \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ !!Tapper [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph36_Tapper_6755.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: "Hold that thought."]] Acting as a bartender for all the arcade games' heroes, ''VideoGame/{{Tapper}}'' appears in the movie as his bar goes beyond its purpose as a proper game, working as a place where more characters meet aside from Game Central Station itself. Therefore, as Ralph himself notes, Tapper knows a lot of people. Ryu and [[VideoGame/BurgerTime Peter Pepper]] have been spotted there, as well as other gaming characters seen in some portraits hanging on the bar's walls. Used with [[Creator/MidwayGames Midway]]'s, now Creator/WarnerBros Interactive's[[hottip:*: [[WhoFramedRogerRabbit Wait...]], permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: None]] * AlmightyJanitor: Given the stuff Ralph finds in the lost-and-found, it's safe to say Tapper knows at least [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]] and [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid Solid Snake]]. Yeah. * ExcuseMeWhileIMultitask: [[InvertedTrope Inverted.]] Tapper interrupts his chat with Ralph (see the quote in his caption here) for about five seconds only, in order to quickly resume his role in his game by giving the customers the drinks they wanted. He then goes back to said chat. * FrothyMugsOfWater: Tapper's bar serves Root Beer, ''despite'' the game being still ''Tapper'' and not ''Root Beer Tapper'' - and at least one character has either been seen [[DrowningMySorrows Drowning His Sorrows]] or implied to. [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Right.]] * LimitedAnimation: Despite being shown with better graphics than those of the Nicelanders, he has the same erratic movements as they do. It's a bit jarring. * NiceGuy: He still manages to listen to Ralph's rant despite having a job to do, and does his best to comfort him while outright stating the biggest help he can offer is allowing Ralph to look for a medal in the bar's lost-and-found. !!Tapper's portraits [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph40_TapperPortraits_9462.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:350: [- In case you're wondering, no, Mario isn't in there.[[hottip:*: (Pictured: above, two different shots of the gallery; below, some of the portraits drawn by Bobby Pontillas, depicting ''AlteredBeast''[='s=] Centurion, Guile from ''StreetFighter'', one of the eponymous ''SpaceInvaders'', and ''StreetFighter''[='s=] Sagat, Honda and Dhalsim.)]] -] ]] While not counting as characters in the strictest sense, these portraits are worth mentioning because they depict many cameos and OriginalGeneration characters alike, some of which ([[Characters/SonicTheHedgehogMainTrio Tails]] in particular comes into mind) only made it in the movie only thanks to this gimmick. They've been drawn by artist Bobby Pontillas, and some of them can be seen in good quality [[http://bobbypontillas.blogspot.it/2012/11/tappers-caricatures.html on his blog.]] The idea, [[WordOfGod according to Pontillas himself]], was to replicate the overall effect of Sardi's restaurant in New York, as many caricatures of famous guests who have visited the place can be found there. In order to avoid making the already really tall image even taller than it is, [[http://disneyscreencaps.com/wreck-it-ralph-2012/10/ here are]] [[http://disneyscreencaps.com/wreck-it-ralph-2012/11/ the two]] pages of the website Disney Screencaps depicting the scene, so you can look for other portraits there... if you want to go for a WikiWalk, that is. Each character's been used with their respective copyright owners' permission. [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: None (see the ones given for the characters who actually have an official profile on the movie's site)]] * AllThereInTheManual: As said before, the good-quality portraits come from Pontillas' blog. They're unavailable elsewhere. * BowtiesAreCool: Frogger sports a bowtie on his portrait. * CreatorCameo: [[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-7PoAQmfc3Mg/ULFKi-m8i5I/AAAAAAAACjE/LEeAHU86HVY/s1600/RichMoore.jpg Rich Moore.]] * DeliberatelyMonochrome: There's not a single one of them with color to some extent. * DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: Felix has signed his own portrait (yes, he has a portrait there) as [[RunningGag "Fix-It Felix Jr. (From the game, 'Fix-It Felix Jr.')"]]. * TheGhost: If there's a character among the portraits who doesn't appear in CGI, then that's about it. We're looking at you, [[http://i2.wp.com/screencaps.us/201/2-wreck-it-ralph/full/wreck-it-ralph-disneyscreencaps.com-1826.jpg Tails.]] * HeroOfAnotherStory: Most of them can count as this, as has been said about Sonic above. * MeanCharacterNiceActor: TwoWords for ya - [[SpaceInvaders "Cheers, earthling!"]] * MythologyGag: The pictures are reminiscent of the art style seen in traditionally animated Disney films, giving the idea of what a 2D ''Wreck-It Ralph'' could have looked like. * NonstandardCharacterDesign: Given the characters come from different ''games'', it's kind of a given. Despite this, it's worth noting that in some cases the characters [[OriginalFlavor stick to their original art style]] (Sonic's portrait looks like his Sonic Channel artwork in terms of style alone), while others are drawn in Pontillas' own art style. * ShoutOut: As mentioned above, the caricatures are inspired by [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sardi%27s Sardi's restaurant]] in New York. * VersusCharacterSplash: Take a look at Ryu's and Ken's caricatures, in the pic for their entry, above. They're facing each other. It was most likely intentional on Pontillas' part. !!Beard Papa [[quoteright:347:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WreckItRalph38_BeardPapa_1896.JPG]] [[caption-width-right:347: "This is Beard Papa. The glitch is in the bakery! Get me King Candy."]] What's been said about Skrillex also applies to this guy. [[RuleOfThree While not]] technically a gaming character, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beard_Papa%27s Beard Papa,]] the mascot of the eponymous chain of cream puff stores, appears in the movie as the guard to the Kart Bakery in ''Sugar Rush''. In said Kart Bakery, the "create your own kart" minigame is held, as player characters can create their own karts there ([[TimedMission within a minute]]). Fitting ''Sugar Rush''[='s=] ongoing theme of ProductPlacement[=s=] [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the game's status as one big LevelAte, Beard Papa somehow [[UpToEleven combines said Product Placement]] with that of an actual character thanks to his cameo appearance. Used with Mugino Co., Ltd.'s permission (or should we say [[ProductPlacement "request"?]]). [- (Official bio) -] [[AC: None]] * CatchingSomeZs: There are literal [=Zs=] in the air as it happens. * EvilOldFolks: He works for King Candy after all... * TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: Sleeping on the job, with a sneaky glitch character around. [[SarcasmMode Clever.]] * HeavySleeper: Surprisingly enough, noise doesn't wake him up. [[spoiler:Smell, on the other hand...]] * ProductPlacement: Combined with a character, to boot. And {{justified|Trope}} much like the other PP in ''Sugar Rush''. [[/folder]]Characters/WreckItRalphCameoCharacters [[/index]]
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* HiddenDepths: As well as her backstory showing a healthy love life she reacts to being told about Turbo with, "The selfish man is like a mangy dog chasing a cautionary tail." Nice bit of {{Foreshadowing}} there about a particular jealous dog.
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* InkSuitActor: Apart from the brown eyes, [[http://blog.flicks.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/ralph-and-JCR-567x288.jpg he has quite some similarities with John C. Reilly.]]

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%% * JerkWithAHeartOfGoldJerkWithAHeartOfGold: Sure, she's rough. But her intentions are good.

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%% * TheSquadetteTheSquadette: And the squad leader to boot!

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%% * {{Tsundere}}: Type A.

%% * TheCutie %% * DeadpanSnarker %% ** LittleMissSnarker %% * {{Determinator}}
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%% * TheCutie %% TheCutie: Just look at her. * DeadpanSnarker %% DeadpanSnarker: Given who voices her, not surprising. ** LittleMissSnarker %% * {{Determinator}}{{Determinator}}: Wants to race no matter how.

%% * EarnYourHappyEnding: She did.
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%% * EarnYourHappyEnding: She did.

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%% * KidAppealCharacterKidAppealCharacter: Specially for being kind of a SurrogateCharacter for the children audience.

%% * PluckyGirl: So very much. It's [[TearJerker heart-wrenching]] to see a little girl be so brave, despite being trapped alone in a world where everyone hates her for something that isn't her fault. [[spoiler:Especially when it's revealed that someone's been pulling the strings on the game...]]
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%% * PluckyGirl: So very much. It's [[TearJerker heart-wrenching]] to see a little girl be so brave, despite being trapped alone in a world where everyone hates her for something that isn't her fault. [[spoiler:Especially when it's revealed that someone's been pulling the strings on the game...]]

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%% * StrangeGirlStrangeGirl: Brash, unkempt, [[DummiedOut glitchy...]]

%% * [[spoiler:UnPerson]]: [[spoiler:In-universe example, thanks to King Candy meddling with her code.]]
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%% * [[spoiler:UnPerson]]: [[spoiler:In-universe example, thanks to King Candy meddling with her code.]]

[[caption-width-right:350: "Ralph! You're game-jumping?!"]] [[caption-width-right:350:[[labelnote:Click here to see him as]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WIR-Turbo_81.png[[/labelnote]] [[spoiler:Turbo]]]]
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[[caption-width-right:350: "Ralph! You're game-jumping?!"]] [[caption-width-right:350:[[labelnote:Click here to see him as]]http://static.game-jumping?!"[[labelnote:spoilers]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/WIR-Turbo_81.png[[/labelnote]] [[spoiler:Turbo]]]]png Don't to try to copy me![[/labelnote]]]]

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%% * AristocratsAreEvilAristocratsAreEvil: Given his treatment of Vanellope.

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%% ** [[spoiler:EvilIsHammy]][[spoiler:EvilIsHammy: In true Disney fashion. Even more when he's revealed as Turbo.]]

%% * [[spoiler:LargeAndInCharge]]: [[spoiler:In his Cy-Bug form.]] %% * LargeHam
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%% * [[spoiler:LargeAndInCharge]]: [[spoiler:In his Cy-Bug form.]] %% * LargeHamLargeHam: He's basically [[Disney/AliceInWonderland the Mad Hatter in the body of the King of Hearts.]]

%% * TomatoSurprise: And how!
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%% * TomatoSurprise: And how!how! No wonder most of his entries are spoiled.
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