History Characters / WreckItRalphOtherCharacters

9th Feb '17 2:51:50 PM Luigifan
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He was originally Turbo, the famous main character in an 8-bit racing game called ''Turbo Time''. When attention turned away from him and to a new game called ''[=RoadBlasters=]'', he invaded it to force people to pay attention to him. This resulted in both games being labeled non-functional and unplugged. The story became a cautionary tale, and his name became a byword for abandoning one's game. Most of the arcade's inhabitants think he died when ''Turbo Time'' and ''[=RoadBlasters=]'' were unplugged, but in reality he game-jumped once again to ''Sugar Rush'' and altered its code to become its ruler, while making the real ruler, Princess Vanellope Von Schweetz, a glitch.

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He was originally Turbo, the famous main character in an 8-bit racing game called ''Turbo Time''. When attention turned away from him and to a new game called ''[=RoadBlasters=]'', he invaded it to force people to pay attention to him. This resulted in both games being labeled non-functional and unplugged. The story became a cautionary tale, and his name became a byword for abandoning one's game. Most of the arcade's inhabitants think he died when ''Turbo Time'' and ''[=RoadBlasters=]'' were unplugged, but in reality reality, he game-jumped once again to ''Sugar Rush'' and altered its code to become its ruler, while making the real ruler, Princess Vanellope Von Schweetz, a glitch.



* TheAce: Not only is he the ruler of ''Sugar Rush'' but he is also the most accomplished racer.
* AchillesHeel: Gains the Cy-Bugs' weakness to bright light when he assimilates one.

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* TheAce: Not only is he the ruler of ''Sugar Rush'' Rush'', but [[AuthorityEqualsAsskicking he is also the most accomplished racer.
racer]].
* AchillesHeel: Gains the Cy-Bugs' weakness to bright light when he assimilates he's assimilated by one.



* AndIMustScream: Because of the Cy-Bug's programming, he's forced to fly towards the beacon and be incinerated. All while ''he's fully aware of what's happening and trying to stop''.

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* AndIMustScream: Because of the Cy-Bug's Cy-Bugs' programming, he's forced to fly towards the beacon (read: '''erupting volcano''') and be incinerated. All while ''he's fully aware of what's happening and trying to stop''.



* BadassAdorable: His small loony nature is what makes this king adorable. As Turbo he is arguably UglyCute.

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* BadassAdorable: His small loony nature is what makes this king adorable. As Turbo Turbo, he is arguably UglyCute.



* CanonImmigrant: In-universe, he's from a game called TurboTime and he invades Sugar Rush in order to 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.

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* CanonImmigrant: In-universe, he's from a game called TurboTime and TurboTime, he invades Sugar Rush in order to cut Vanellope's code from the game game, and he even brainwashed the residents into forgetting about her so he could be the star racer and ruler.



* CatchPhrase: "Have some candy!" and "Turbo-tastic!", his original catchphrase as Turbo.

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* CatchPhrase: "Have "[[BreadAndCircuses Have some candy!" candy!]]" and "Turbo-tastic!", his original catchphrase as Turbo.



* EvilCannotComprehendGood: 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]].

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* EvilCannotComprehendGood: 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 he's doing the right thing by stopping her from racing]].



* LargeAndInCharge: Sorta. There's other characters in Sugar Rush that are bigger than him, but he's the largest of the racers, considering they're all little girls and he's an adult. Played straight in his Cy-Bug form where he's at least twice Ralph's size, if not bigger, and in control of the Cybugs.

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* LargeAndInCharge: Sorta. There's other characters in Sugar Rush that are bigger than him, but he's the largest of the racers, considering they're all little girls and he's an adult. Played straight in his Cy-Bug form where he's at least twice Ralph's size, if not bigger, and in control of the Cybugs.Cy-Bugs.



* LaserGuidedKarma: 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 [[YouCannotFightFate fully aware the whole time]].

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* LaserGuidedKarma: 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 [[YouCannotFightFate [[YouCantFightFate fully aware the whole time]].



* LaughablyEvil: He's a complete bastard, but he's just so damn entertaining to watch. Until the [[NightmareFuel/WreckItRalph climax at least]]...

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* LaughablyEvil: He's a complete bastard, but he's just so damn entertaining to watch. Until the [[NightmareFuel/WreckItRalph climax climax, at least]]...



** Also applies to the playable version of ''Sugar Rush''. His stats are maxed out - they didn't lock him up with a password for nothing.

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** Also applies to the playable version of ''Sugar Rush''. His stats are maxed out - -- they didn't lock him up with a password for nothing.



* 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. Even when he 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.

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* 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. Even when he 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.



* PreAsskickingOneLiner: [[spoiler: "Welcome to the boss level."]]
* PredecessorVillain: Subverted. By the time Felix tells Calhoun about Turbo's story, he is just a reminder of what happens when a character game-jumps rather than an actual part on the plot. Also, the villains of the movie up then were the Cy-Bug that Calhoun was hunting and King Candy, who was trying to stop Vanellope from racing. Neither of them had any connection to Turbo, until TheReveal.
* PsychopathicManChild: King Candy is a flamboyant and ditzy ruler who would rather make puns than be an effective ruler. In reality, he's Turbo, an attention seeking brat, destroying a game because of his pettiness, and the "psychopathic" comes through once he goes OneWingedAngel.
* PurpleIsPowerful: His Cy-Bug form has a predominantly purple color scheme - inherited from the bug who ate him - and has enough strength to back up the "powerful" part.

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* PreAsskickingOneLiner: [[spoiler: "Welcome [[spoiler:"Welcome to the boss level."]]
level!"]]
* PredecessorVillain: Subverted. By the time Felix tells Calhoun about Turbo's story, he is just a reminder of what happens when a character game-jumps rather than an actual part on the plot. Also, the villains of the movie up until then were the Cy-Bug that Calhoun was hunting and King Candy, who was trying to stop Vanellope from racing. Neither of them had any connection to Turbo, until TheReveal.
* PsychopathicManChild: King Candy is a flamboyant and ditzy ruler who would rather make puns than be an effective ruler. In reality, he's Turbo, an attention seeking attention-seeking brat, destroying a game because of his pettiness, and the "psychopathic" comes through once he goes OneWingedAngel.
* PurpleIsPowerful: His Cy-Bug form has a predominantly purple color scheme - -- inherited from the bug who ate him - -- and has enough strength to back up the "powerful" part.



* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: After realizing that Ralph will foil any attempt to stop Vanellope by force, he approaches Ralph alone, and unarmed, 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. 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: Which you probably already know if you made it this far. King Candy is not actually supposed to be in the game- he is really Turbo, the main character in an arcade cautionary tale, and he snuck into Sugar Rush and manipulated its code to let him be a racer. This is revealed when Vanellope comes in contact with him and triggers her glitch, which spreads to him and causes his disguise to flicker off.

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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: After realizing that Ralph will foil any attempt to stop Vanellope by force, he approaches Ralph alone, and unarmed, 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. 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 as a fraud.
* TheReveal: Which you probably already know if you made it this far. King Candy is not actually supposed to be in the game- game -- he is really Turbo, the main character in an arcade cautionary tale, and he snuck into Sugar Rush and manipulated its code to let him be a racer. This is revealed when Vanellope comes in contact with him and triggers her glitch, which spreads to him and causes his disguise to flicker off.



* 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.

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* 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 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.



* TomatoSurprise: King Candy is ''not'', as previously thought by the characters and audience, a part of Sugar Rush. He's actually Turbo, an imposter who usurped the original ruler- Vanellope.

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* TomatoSurprise: King Candy is ''not'', as previously thought by the characters and audience, a part of Sugar Rush. He's actually Turbo, an imposter who usurped the original ruler- ruler -- Vanellope.



* DistaffCounterpart: With some minimal differences, she's pretty much a female Gene. Both are leader figures to a group of people (Nicelanders and Sugar Rush racers) who are cruel bullies to a character of their own game (Ralph and Vanellope). They even shun the characters in a similar way, believing they will always be what they are and never more than that (a bad guy and a glitch). [[spoiler: Unlike Gene (apparently), Taffyta comes to befriend Vanellope.]]

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* DistaffCounterpart: With some minimal differences, she's pretty much a female Gene. Both are leader figures to a group of people (Nicelanders and Sugar Rush racers) who are cruel bullies to a character of their own game (Ralph and Vanellope). They even shun the characters in a similar way, believing they will always be what they are and never more than that (a bad guy and a glitch). [[spoiler: Unlike [[spoiler:Unlike Gene (apparently), Taffyta comes to befriend Vanellope.]]



* 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 the 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.]]

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* 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 the 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.]]



[- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Sour Bill: A Tiny Little Ball of Unsweetness]] [[note]] 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.[[/note]]

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[- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Sour Bill: A Tiny Little Ball of Unsweetness]] [[note]] As [[note]]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.[[/note]]



** FridgeBrilliance: He's a quite literal SourSupporter. It's part of his programming, a.k.a ''it's his job'', to support the ruler of ''Sugar Rush'' regardless of his personal feelings on the matter. [[spoiler: He probably had nothing to do with the initial hijack either, seeing as how his memories were wiped like everyone else in the game.]]

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** FridgeBrilliance: He's a quite literal SourSupporter. It's part of his programming, a.k.a ''it's his job'', to support the ruler of ''Sugar Rush'' regardless of his personal feelings on the matter. [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:He probably had nothing to do with the initial hijack either, seeing as how his memories were wiped like everyone else in the game.]]



[- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Wynnchel & Duncan: Strong-Arming Security]] [[note]] 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.[[/note]]

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[- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Wynnchel & Duncan: Strong-Arming Security]] [[note]] Wynnchel [[note]]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.[[/note]]



* DonutMessWithACop: ParodiedTrope--the cops don't just like donuts, they are ''literally'' donuts.

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* DonutMessWithACop: ParodiedTrope--the ParodiedTrope -- the cops don't just like donuts, they are ''literally'' donuts.



* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: Candlehead, Crumbelina Di Caramello and Jubileena Bing-Bing.

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* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: Candlehead, Crumbelina Di Caramello Caramello, and Jubileena Bing-Bing.



* ShellShockedVeteran: Not really a veteran since ''Hero's Duty'' was only plugged for a week by the time he met Ralph (and he appears to be a younger, newer recruit), but his behavior still indicates this.

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* ShellShockedVeteran: Not really a veteran since ''Hero's Duty'' was only plugged in for a week by the time he met Ralph (and he appears to be a younger, newer recruit), but his behavior still indicates this.



[- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Cy-Bugs: insects [[GoneHorriblyWrong gone bad]]]][[note]] 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.)]][[/note]]

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[- (Official bio) -] [[AC:Cy-Bugs: insects [[GoneHorriblyWrong gone bad]]]][[note]] 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.)]][[/note]]



* 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.]]

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* 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.]]personality]].



* CuteMachines: Definitively the case with the Baby Cy-Bugs, at least until they grow. [[spoiler:Arguably, also in Sugar Rush since they are candy coated. Doesn't stop them from being violent though.]]

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* CuteMachines: Definitively the case with the Baby Cy-Bugs, at least until they grow. [[spoiler:Arguably, also in Sugar Rush since they are candy coated. Doesn't stop them from being violent violent, though.]]



* GreaterScopeVillain: As a whole, they are great threats, but they don't get involved all that much in Ralph's quest (besides being foes for Ralph to fight in ''Hero's Duty'') or in what's happening at ''Sugar Rush''. [[spoiler:Well, at least before the climax, when they decimate ''Sugar Rush''. The main GreaterScopeVillain of the story is considered to be the Cy-Bug Ralph accidentally dragged into Sugar Rush with him, growing to maturity and hatching an entire army under it's command. There's even a theory that Turbo could only control the Cy-Bugs because he was eaten by the leader itself.]]

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* GreaterScopeVillain: As a whole, they are great threats, but they don't get involved all that much in Ralph's quest (besides being foes for Ralph to fight in ''Hero's Duty'') or in what's happening at ''Sugar Rush''. [[spoiler:Well, at least before the climax, when they decimate ''Sugar Rush''. The main GreaterScopeVillain of the story is considered to be the Cy-Bug Ralph accidentally dragged into Sugar Rush with him, growing to maturity and hatching an entire army under it's its command. There's even a theory that Turbo could only control the Cy-Bugs because he was eaten by the leader itself.]]



* SicklyGreenGlow: Their wings and eyes have a green "biolumiescence", and they're not exactly benevolent. [

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* SicklyGreenGlow: Their wings and eyes have a green "biolumiescence", and they're not exactly benevolent. [



* DeathByOriginStory: [[DeconstructedTrope Deconstructed.]] A character whose only reason of existence (or rather, lack thereof) is to provide the protagonist the motivation 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.]])

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* DeathByOriginStory: [[DeconstructedTrope Deconstructed.]] A character whose only reason of for existence (or rather, lack thereof) is to provide the protagonist the motivation 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.]])



* 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 console was going to be unplugged.]]

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* 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 console was going to be unplugged.]] 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.

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* InnocentBystanders: In ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'', they only exist to get their homes saved by Felix -- offering him powerups in the process--after process -- after Ralph damages the building.



* {{Jerkass}}: Gene stands out as the worst, with the rest occupying vary degrees of jerkishness. 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 their co-worker and he's really given them no reason for hostility out of just ''doing his job''. Two cases stand out:

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* {{Jerkass}}: Gene stands out as the worst, with the rest occupying vary varying degrees of jerkishness. 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 their co-worker and he's really given them no reason for hostility out of just ''doing his job''. Two cases stand out:



* LimitedAnimation: Done intentionally, due to their design (see trope below) and nature of 1980's technology.

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* LimitedAnimation: Done intentionally, due to their design (see trope below) and the nature of 1980's technology.



* TooDumbToLive: They have their town in danger of being destroyed, thanks to Ralph, [[TheVillainMakesThePlot who makes the plot in their world work]], leaving them. However, Ralph and [[NiceGuy Felix]] are the only ones who even seem aware of the fact that Ralph is a vital part of the game. Without him, the game literally won't function, which will cause the game to be decommissioned, which will make every resident either dead or homeless. Instead of respecting this, or even trying to be personable to Ralph, the {{Jerkass}} [[IronicNickname Nicelanders]] shun him and are generally mean to him, which eventually leads to the villain leaving the game to try to prove that he can be a good guy. Not only does this mean that Ralph isn't in the game (which, again, is ''vitally important''), but by the time he comes back the game is only a few hours away from being unplugged, and it's too late for his return to make any difference because in the meantime [[ChronicHeroSyndrome Felix]] has vanished into Sugar Rush while trying to find Ralph to bring him back. WhatTheHellTownspeople indeed.

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* TooDumbToLive: They have their town in danger of being destroyed, thanks to Ralph, [[TheVillainMakesThePlot who makes the plot in their world work]], leaving them. However, Ralph and [[NiceGuy Felix]] are the only ones who even seem aware of the fact that Ralph is a vital part of the game. Without him, the game literally won't function, which will cause the game to be decommissioned, which will make every resident either dead or homeless. Instead of respecting this, or even trying to be personable to Ralph, the {{Jerkass}} [[IronicNickname Nicelanders]] shun him and are generally mean to him, which eventually leads to the villain leaving the game to try to prove that he can be a good guy. Not only does this mean that Ralph isn't in the game (which, again, is ''vitally important''), but by the time he comes back back, the game is only a few hours away from being unplugged, and it's too late for his return to make any difference because in the meantime [[ChronicHeroSyndrome Felix]] has vanished into Sugar Rush while trying to find Ralph to bring him back. WhatTheHellTownspeople indeed.



* 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 than glad to see that he didn't have to unplug it.]]

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* 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 than glad to see that he didn't have to unplug it.]]it]].
18th Jan '17 12:45:46 PM Owlorange1995
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* HypocriteHasAPoint: His warnings about the consequences of "going Turbo" are completely accurate, and Ralph is barely able to save his game before it is carted away.
12th Jan '17 6:27:54 PM Monsund
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* DeathByIrony: 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. Also, he wanted Ralph to [[ForcedToWatch watch Vanellope die]], and is now forced to watch ''himself'' die.



* LightIsNotGood: In spite of being one of the most vibrant characters. Taken even further when it turns out he's the villain.



* 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.]]

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* 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.]][
4th Jan '17 1:07:38 PM StFan
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** He also looks and acts eerily like King Koo Koo from the ''RaggedyAnnAndAndy'' movie.

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** He also looks and acts eerily like King Koo Koo from the ''RaggedyAnnAndAndy'' movie.movie ''WesternAnimation/RaggedyAnnAndAndyAMusicalAdventure''.
10th Dec '16 1:03:34 PM creader
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!King Candy AKA Turbo



* SmallRoleBigImpact: One whole scene involving him, but the meeting caused Ralph to think of getting a medal from Hero's Duty and caused most of the plot.



* 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.

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* 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.
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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.




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6th Nov '16 11:05:23 AM AnonFangeekGirl
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* AttentionWhore: 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.

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* AttentionWhore: Mentioned by Felix to be this when he was in The core of his own game.character and motivation. 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.
6th Nov '16 11:02:42 AM AnonFangeekGirl
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The corrupt ruler of ''Sugar Rush'' and the best racer in the game.

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The corrupt ruler of ''Sugar Rush'' and the best racer in the game.
game. Or at least, that's what we ''think'' he is.



* AdultsAreUseless: King Candy doesn't step in when the Sugar Rush residents and racers mistreat and/or bully Vanellope. This is because he's actually Turbo, a racer from an unplugged game, and he wanted to do whatever he could to ostracize Vanellope so he could keep his reign.

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* AdultsAreUseless: King Candy doesn't step Although in his place it's more like Adults Caused the Problem to Begin With. He never steps in when the Sugar Rush residents and racers mistreat and/or bully Vanellope. This is because he's actually Turbo, a racer from an unplugged game, and he wanted to do whatever he could to ostracize Vanellope so is bullied because he could keep his reign.is the one who originally made her a glitch and influenced the other racers to bully her by altering their memories.



* BrokenAce: This is because he's really Turbo, a racer from his own game which he crashed out of jealousy.

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* BrokenAce: This is He's the best racer in the game, but that's because he's really actually Turbo, a racer from his own an old game which that he crashed out because of his jealousy.



* ClippedWingAngel: As a Cy-Bug, he's powerful enough to slap Ralph around like a ragdoll, but is vulnerable to their weakness of bright light.

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* ClippedWingAngel: As a Cy-Bug, he's powerful enough to slap Ralph around like a ragdoll, but is vulnerable to he also has their programmed-in weakness of not being able to resist being drawn towards bright light.



* EvilOldFolks: King Candy is a little old man, yet is very mean toward Vanellope and Ralph. As Turbo, he looks younger, yet is was shown in the movie that ''Turbo Time'' has been around for a long long time...

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* EvilOldFolks: King Candy is a little old man, yet is very mean toward Vanellope and Ralph. As He looks younger as Turbo, he looks younger, yet is was shown in the movie that but his game ''Turbo Time'' has been around for a long long time...is one of the oldest games in the arcade.



* 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. He's lying; if Vanellope crossed the finish line, it would reset the game and expose him as Turbo.

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* 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. Good as this reasoning might be, however, it's not really why he does it. He's lying; actually keeping her from racing because if Vanellope crossed she crosses the finish line, it would reset the game will be reset and expose him as Turbo.he will be exposed.



* ItsAllAboutMe: Pretty much his only motivation.

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* ItsAllAboutMe: Pretty much And if it isn't, he'll go to extreme lengths to ''make'' it all about him, like jumping to another game he feels is upstaging him (getting both his only motivation.game and the new one unplugged) and altering a different game's code to make himself the center of attention (shunting the ''real'' main character, Vanellope, to the position of bullied, glitchy outcast).



* JerkWithAHeartOfJerk: Seems to act out of ToughLove towards Vanellope, but only cares for himself.

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* JerkWithAHeartOfJerk: Seems to act out of ToughLove towards Vanellope, He paints himself as ultimately acting in Vanellope and the game as a whole's best interests, but only cares for himself.his ''real'' motive is to make sure that nobody realizes he stole the game from her.



* KickTheDog: Let's put what he did to Vanellope in human terms: He invaded her world and attempted to murder her, but failed. He did manage to cripple her in the attempt, though, and was able to usurp her position by manipulating her mind and the minds of her subjects. He destroyed the other kids' memories of her and turned them against her, encouraging them to pick on her for the disability he inflicted upon her. And then he changed the rules specifically to exclude her from an event she used to love before her memories were destroyed and can still feel an affinity for. Remember, the character he's doing all this to is designed as a nine year old girl... His reason? He can't stand not being the center of attention.

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* KickTheDog: Let's put what he did to Vanellope in human terms: He invaded her world and attempted to murder her, but failed. He did manage to cripple her in the attempt, though, and was able to usurp her position by manipulating her mind and the minds of her subjects. He destroyed the other kids' memories of her and turned them against her, encouraging them to pick on her for the disability he inflicted upon her. And then he changed the rules specifically to exclude her from an event she used to love before her memories were destroyed and can still feel an affinity for. Remember, the character he's doing all this to is designed as a nine year old girl...girl. His reason? He can't stand not being the center of attention.



* LackOfEmpathy: Turbo cares not as to whether or not he's rendering other characters homeless by doing what he does best.

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* LackOfEmpathy: Turbo cares not as just wants to whether or not he's be the center of attention, and he really couldn't care less that if this means killing racers, rendering other characters homeless by doing what he does best.them homeless, or cutting them off from their game and directing a campaign of bullying against them.



* TheReveal: 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, sparking between the King, a pixelated 8-bit Turbo, and finally to his movie-presented CGI self, revealing who he truly is. Ralph and Felix are understandably dumbfounded by the revelation that Turbo has been alive all this time.
* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: Aside from ruling the kingdom, he's also a skilled racer who tries his best to handle the crisis that Ralph inadvertently causes. Which unfortunately isn't in the protagonists' best interest.

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* TheReveal: If Which you read probably already know if you made it this far, you pretty much know the twist by now. The movie does a good job of showcasing it far. King Candy is not actually supposed to be in the climax. When Candy gets game- he is really Turbo, the main character in an arcade cautionary tale, and he snuck into Sugar Rush and manipulated its code to let him be a struggle racer. This is revealed when Vanellope comes in contact with Vanellope, him and triggers her glitching glitch, which spreads to him and causes his disguise to malfunction, sparking between the King, a pixelated 8-bit Turbo, and finally to his movie-presented CGI self, revealing who he truly is. Ralph and Felix are understandably dumbfounded by the revelation that Turbo has been alive all this time.
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* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: Aside from ruling the kingdom, he's also a skilled racer who tries his best to handle the crisis that Ralph inadvertently causes. Which unfortunately isn't participates in the protagonists' best interest.actual gameplay of Sugar Rush.



%%* TomatoSurprise

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%%* TomatoSurprise* TomatoSurprise: King Candy is ''not'', as previously thought by the characters and audience, a part of Sugar Rush. He's actually Turbo, an imposter who usurped the original ruler- Vanellope.



* WalkingSpoiler: It's hard to describe him without spoiling the film's big twist. Heck, this applies to his appearance in the '''playable version of ''Sugar Rush''!''' They hid him in a password and don't show his 'locked' image until after you can use him.

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* WalkingSpoiler: It's hard to describe him without spoiling the film's big twist.twist, which is why this article doesn't even try and just puts a spoiler warning on his folder. Heck, this applies to his appearance in the '''playable version of ''Sugar Rush''!''' They hid him in a password and don't show his 'locked' image until after you can use him.
25th Oct '16 11:28:17 AM rufusluciusivan
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* CuteMachines: [[spoiler:Arguably in Sugar Rush since they are candy coated. Doesn't stop them from being violent though.]]

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* CuteMachines: [[spoiler:Arguably Definitively the case with the Baby Cy-Bugs, at least until they grow. [[spoiler:Arguably, also in Sugar Rush since they are candy coated. Doesn't stop them from being violent though.]]
4th Oct '16 11:37:19 AM ChromeFyra
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* 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.

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* 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 He's lying; if Vanellope crossed the finish line, it would reset the game and expose him as Turbo.
25th Sep '16 6:30:33 PM AdamC
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* PreAsskickingOneLiner: [[spoiler: "Welcome to the boss level."]]
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