Active champions of A Game Of Gods: Infinities.
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Rey Mysterio, played by Mysty Glyttyr
After the events of the original A Game of Gods, Rey retired to an area between worlds with friends Luxanna and Saren. He was reluctant to re-enter the games, but did so in order to help his friends. However, it's clear that his time in service has left him incredibly damaged, no longer the naive idealist but hardened and cynical. The shadow powers he gained in the original game have grown in strength, and using them seems to be spiraling him further out of control. He has amalgamated a unique style from remnants of several of his old friends...the sword of Mal-Keshar, the crowbar of Gordon Freeman, the armor built by Eddie Riggs and Saren, modified by the Engineer and Luxanna, and training in battle from nearly everyone. All combined, Rey has come into his own in order to no longer be the weak link of the team.
Link, played by troydenite
After Link was abruptly returned to his home universe by the Golden Goddesses, they were placed in the delicate position of having to select a new Champion to satisfy the powers which ran the second Game - and thus replaced Hero with Hero. This Link, though similar to his ancestor in many ways, lacks much of the emotional burdens that the Hero of Time carried, and is thus a much kinder and well-adjusted individual. However, his skills are not to be scoffed at - he is just as deadly as the Legendary Hero whose name and mark he bears, and he will deal with evil accordingly.
Hidari Shotaro/Kamen Rider Joker, played by Psyga315
Hidari Shotaro was Narumi's apprentice who took over for Narumi after he died. Shotaro, along with some other friends, managed to stop the Dopant crimewave. While normally Shotaro transforms into Kamen Rider Double, his partner, Phillip, ceased to exist and thus transforming into Double was impossible. However, through the Lost Driver that his mentor once used, Shotaro takes the Joker Memory and becomes Kamen Rider Joker. During his last case as Kamen Rider Joker, he took down a rising crime syndicate, EXE, only to find out that he didn't take out their leader. He was attacked by the leader and then blacked out, presumed to be dead. However, he was alive. Just in a different world, about to play a role his mentor played before... Champion...Through the power of the Joker Memory and the Lost Driver, Shotaro uses the power of the Joker Memory to its full potential. When the Memory is placed into the Maximum Slot, Joker executes either a Rider Punch or Rider Kick Maximum Drive. He carries with him the Lost Driver alongside the Joker Memory sticks. To transform, Shotaro places the Joker Memory in the Memory Slot to transform into Kamen Rider Joker.
Dubix, played by Psyga315
During his stay in Cybertron, Shotaro was captured by Megatron and was converted into a Vehicon, complete with his own Personality Shell named Dubix. When Shotaro took back control of his body, Dubix followed him back. Every now and then, he would tempt Shotaro to give him control so that he may exact justice.However, in the middle of serving The Tainted Coil, Shotaro managed to tell him how he views Fluttershy as something to protect, which sparked something in Dubix as he dedicates some time in trying to save Fluttershy. This eventually caused Dubix to lessen up in being so evil and helps out Shotaro confront the Doctor. This new partnership granted him three Gaia Memories: Cyclone, Heat, and Luna, which he uses to help grant Kamen Rider Joker's Double Form.
Erio Mondial, played by Deadbeatloser22
One of the Forwards of the TSAB's Mobile Section Six unit. Along with Caro Ru Lushe, he is one of the many kids that Fate Testarossa met and befriended while on duty, and one of the few that she actively looked after. He is a Division 6's Forward Team and is portrayed as having an unusually solemn personality for a boy of his age and with a certain lack of common sense when it comes to elements of an ordinary lifestyle. Erio eventually learned magic and joined the Time-Space Administration Bureau's forces and, by the time when the events told in Striker(s) began, he was a young Private 3rd Class ranked "B" as a mage. Once transferred to the Mobile Division 6, Erio was placed under the command of his guardian in the Lightning Squad and code-named "Lightning 3".Erio is a user of the Modern-Belka magic system, which complements the capacities of the original Belka system with traits of the Mid-Childa system. During his training, Erio received some tutoring from Fate and learned a few of her spells. Erio's specialties lies in electric-based elemental magic (thanks to his lightning-type Mana Conversion Affinity) and high-speed close combat (probably also due Fate's training). Because of that, he was given the position of Guard Wing of the Forward Team, where he is supposed provide quick support to all his allies, regardless of their position in the battlefield. Erio possess a spear-like Armed Device named Strada. Being a user of the Modern Belka system, Erio's defensive outfit is referred as a Barrier Jacket instead of Knight Armor. It resembles Fate's Impulse Form Barrier Jacket thanks to the white overcoat and the steel shoes. Like Caro, Erio's Jacket has an alternative mode called Lightning Style, based on Fate's Impulse Mode and offering higher mobility and lower mana consumption at the cost of defense.
The Courier, played by Krautman
The Courier was meant to deliver a package from Primm to New Vegas. However, the Courier is intercepted by the Great Khans and Benny, who shot him in the head twice and took the package, leaving him for dead in a shallow grave. After being dug out by a robot, receiving medical tests, survival training, and organizing a militia of settlers to fend off a dynamite-wielding chain gang, he set off for some desert justice. Along the way, he left a rather large impression on the Mojave Wasteland. The thing that really set him off, however, was the horror that was Caesar's Legion. Upon witnessing what they did to the town of Nipton, he swore to hunt them down wherever he found them. As he continued making his way towards New Vegas, he punched his way through dozens of Legionaries. This did not please Caesar, who continued sending hit squads after him. They did not impede him, however, and after a brief stop to resolve a hostage situation between the Khans and NCR, he continued into Freeside. Not much is known about the Courier's background, apart from they have some sort of a relationship with Ulysses, the original "Courier Six". For reasons unknown, Ulysses pulled out of the delivery job when he learned that the Courier's name was next on the list, seemingly convinced that the job would kill the Courier - and his assumption was almost right. Notably, Ulysses expressed shock when he learned that the Courier was still alive, implying he may have tried to kill the Courier prior to the events of Fallout New Vegas. When Ulysses rescued Christine Royce from the Big Empty, he encouraged her to continue her pursuit of Elijah, stating that he knew what it was like to search for someone who had such an impact on his past life.The Courier is familiar with handling both melee weapons and small arms, as well as being good with unarmed combat. He can also conduct demolitions, being able to handle explosives. He wears Desert Ranger combat armor as a means of defense.
Scorpion, played by Test Your Might
Scorpion is a resurrected ninja in the Mortal Kombat fighting game series. He is one of the few original characters, debuting in the first Mortal Kombat arcade game. He holds the unique distinction, with Raiden and Sub-Zero (in one form or another), of appearing in every generation of Mortal Kombat games as a playable character. In life, Scorpion was the codename for a human ninja assassin and one of the Shirai Ryu clan's finest warriors: Hanzo Hasashi. It is also known that his father, a former member of the Shirai Ryu, forbade his son from joining the clan, as he did not wish his son to live the life of an assassin. However, Hanzo joined in spite of his father's wishes in order to provide his wife and son with a comfortable life. Now, Scorpion is a black and yellow garbed, hell-spawned spectre, inexorably seeking vengeance against those responsible for the destruction of his clan and the death of his own family. Despite the fact that Scorpion has previously allied himself with the forces of evil (when promised either a means of resurrection on Earth or the chance to inflict his wrath against those who butchered his clan), he is not inherently evil. In fact, Scorpion has, at times, indirectly assisted the game's protagonists, although his reasons for doing so always ultimately serve to benefit his own motives.Being the vengeful spectre that he is, Scorpion is most commonly associated with the element of hellfire, a darker variant of the Earth-related fire element. Scorpion only seems to use the element to confirm the death of his opponents. As a spectre, Scorpion is immune to death as his soul is still bound by revenge, allowing him to endlessly chase his targets until they have been silenced. He has the ability to teleport, often used in the form of surprise or ambush attacks. In addition, Scorpion no longer has a face. The mask (and the skin behind it) is a disguise that hides his ghastly skull, from which he can spew forth lethal shots of hellfire. The scope of Scorpion's powers depend on how long he remains in his abode, the Netherrealm. This proves to be advantageous to him when he pursued Quan Chi in the depths of hell, whose magic is diminished by the power and nature of the realm. Like many ninja, Scorpion is well-versed in the art of armed kombat, having wielded various weapons throughout the tournaments, from axes to the most recent twin Ninjato. Scorpion's most recurring weapon is the Spear, a kunai attached to a sturdy rope, representing Scorpion's "Stinger". At times, the spear would be empowered with hellfire for more power.
Garland is one of the villains fighting for the side of Chaos in Dissidia Final Fantasy and Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy. Garland is a man consumed by battle and conflict, and is willing to accept his fate of eternal battle. He wields a large sword that can freely transform into various weapons, from a destructive axe to twin blades. Due to his connection to Chaos, Garland is one of the game's higher-ranked villains. His position as Chaos's right-hand warrior can be seen as analogous to the one his rival, Warrior of Light, has with Cosmos. Garland, a Knight of Cornelia who fell from grace and was trapped in an eternal time loop, was freed and summoned to World B by Shinryu. Encountering Cid of the Lufaine, he agreed to coerce Chaos into fighting against Cosmos due to the connection he felt with Chaos, and stood by the God of Discord throughout the Cycles.
Fluttershy, played by UdtheImp
Fluttershy is a pegasus pony and one of the main characters of the series. She's normally very shy and quiet, and frequently seen tending her animals. She wields the element of kindness. seems to have a great love for all animals except full-grown dragons. She is more open around animals than she is around other ponies. Her ability to handle animals seems to be unique to Fluttershy who, unlike other pegasus ponies, is not involved with the weather manipulation of Ponyville. She is an extremely quiet individual, soft-spoken and almost never raises her voice; her idea of a shout of annoyance is a soft, high-pitched squeak. She is also extremely non-violent: when she's mad enough to kick something, she gives it the lightest of taps. It is shown that Fluttershy has an outright disdain for being the center of attention. She is very non-confrontational, frequently apologizing for voicing her opinion or making requests.Most pegasus ponies are involved in manipulating the weather, but Fluttershy is more focused on caring for animals. She is capable of giving "the stare", a fierce and paralyzing gaze capable of taming animals. She uses the stare on her chickens when they run wild, and on the cockatrice even as it's in the process of turning her into stone. This, along with an extremely severe talking-to, are generally enough to cow the most fearsome monsters into behaving, especially when used together. Often, though, she finds that just being kind can be enough. If forced to berate or stare down a monster, once it is no longer a threat she immediately reverts to her kind, gentle self, often trying to calm the monster down if she has upset it. She appears to have some skill as a veterinarian, possessing a thermometer, a stethoscope, and medicine during A Bird in the Hoof, where she cares for a sick bird. Her level of skill is hard to judge, however, as her patient, Philomena, was a type of animal she had never seen before, and her attempts to treat her had seemed to make things worse. Fluttershy has the ability to fly.
Donkey Kong, played by Chabal2
Donkey Kong is a fictional gorilla in the Donkey Kong and Mario series. He is roughly twice the size of a normal gorilla, weighing approximately 800 pounds. Donkey Kong first appeared in Nintendo's popular 1981 video game of the same name. Since then he has appeared in over 20 games in his own series, as well as in some games in the Mario series. Kong debuted at the same time as Mario, and he still spars with Mario on occasion, appearing as playable characters in the Mario Kart and Super Smash Bros. series, and is the primary antagonist in the Mario vs. Donkey Kong games. He was made the strong protector of the island. He befriended many of the other inhabitants, such as best friends Diddy Kong and Funky Kong, as well as rumored girlfriend Candy Kong. Much of the gorilla time was spent collecting Bananas to add to his Banana Hoard, and he lived a relatively laid back lifestyle as compared to his original appearance. Donkey is not seen without his necktie.DK has gorilla-based fighting skills that makes him quite the pushover, especially since he can lift barrels easily and pounce on enemies with no problem at all. He can also climb trees and other tall objects as well. Likewise, DK can use animals to help him fight such as Enguarde the swordfish and Rambi the rhino. It is good to avoid DK when he's riding alongside these animals in battle.
Xigbar, played by Voids Empathy
Xigbar is the Nobody of Braig and is Rank II within Organization XIII. Xigbar has power over space, and uses this to freely redirect the projectiles from his twin "Arrowgun" rifles, and to alter the battlefield. He commands the Sniper Nobodies. Xigbar has a laid-back and cocky attitude, and likes to taunt Sora to put him off-guard, though with limited success. When not on missions, he occasionally enjoys eavesdropping on his fellow Organization members. He relies heavily on instinct rather than on intelligence for both decision-making and fighting, making him adaptable and unpredictable in battle. He also has a habit of saying, "As if".Xigbar wields two ranged weapons called Arrowguns, with this specific model called Sharpshooter. The top of each gun bears a pattern similar to the Nobody symbol. They are purplish, strangely shaped weapons that appear to be somewhat similar to crossbows. They shoot red laser arrows which bend towards a target, making them quite deadly with Xigbar's aim. Xigbar uses his Space attribute to full effect by creating wormholes to fire the shots through during battle. The blasts can be rebounded at Xigbar using the Keyblade's "Guard" ability. During Xigbar's desperation moves, they are able to fire a massive stream of powerful rounds, which glow blue rather than red, and adapt a rapid-fire ability. When held together and charged, they can fire a massive blue energy arrow that rebounds around the area, and can be angled to hit an enemy multiple times. After several attacks, they need to be reloaded. As a freeshooter, he uses his control over space to its fullest, bending his attribute to teleport, warp his shots, and levitate upside down. With this ability, Xigbar does not even have to aim at Sora to hit him. Instead, he can simply fire anywhere he wishes and open spatial rifts to redirect the shots
A 14 year old reploid, Grey is the Chosen One for Model A, a Biometal that grants its' wielder the ability to use A-Trans, which allows them to transform seamlessly into the form of others and make use of their powers. Having taken part and won in Master Albert's Game of Destiny, an event wherein several Mega Men fight to shape the destiny of the world, Grey was drifting in search of a purpose in life when he was plucked out of his own world.
Duck Dodgers, played by Stratofarius
A poor, hapless soul that was accidentally frozen for over three centuries. He was later revived by Dr. I.Q. Hi in the 24½th century. Through scheming and lies he managed to trick everyone into believing he was a 21st century hero. In reality, he was only a water-boy for a football team. He is cowardly, lazy, selfish, gullible, and not particularly intelligent. However, he occasionally displays surprisingly high levels of heroism and competence, suggesting that he is not quite as daft as he appears to be, although he mostly succeeds through dumb luck and the work of the Eager Young Space Cadet. Ironically, Commander X-2 actually caused Dodgers to become a minor football star in the final game of the season, which is what he used to parlay himself into captaincy in the Protectorate, meaning that he is, technically, not lying when he claims he won a championship football game in his own time.
The Tick, played by Lizard Of Aus
The Tick seems to have no memory of his life before being The Tick, and indeed not much memory of anything; more than likely due to frequent head injuries. In the live-action series, Batmanuel suggests that The Tick may be from space. The Tick is apparently legally insane, having escaped from a mental institution located not too far from The City.In the animated series he has passed his official superhero initiation test before moving into the city.The Tick possesses superhuman strength and mass, which makes him capable of inflicting great damage on his surroundings if he is not careful. His full strength has never actually been quantified, although he is at the very least capable of lifting whole cars with a single hand. Tick is also "nigh-invulnerable", which means it is almost impossible to injure him in any serious way. Because of this he can survive moments of extreme duress, and demonstrated this ability on numerous occasions; once by falling 4000 feet, crashing through the concrete into a subway tunnel and subsequently being hit by an oncoming train, surviving with only a temporary shift in personality to show for it. While he cannot be injured, he is not necessarily immune to pain or even temporary brain damage.Finally, Tick possesses something referred to as "drama power," or basically a tendency for The Tick's powers to increase as the situation becomes more dramatic. He can also survive in space without a suit, and under water without oxygen for a long time. Despite his nigh-invulnerability, he is still susceptible to injuries. One of his only weaknesses is that he cannot keep his balance if his antennae are removed.
The Dovahkiin, played by Sullen FrogAlso known as the Dragonborn, the Argonian named Drakerrast is the saviour of Skyrim, a warrior with a mortal body and a dragon's soul who can consume the souls of dragons; in this way, he can use their power to unleash Dragon Shouts. He's also dabbled in a number of other things while saving Skyrim from the dragons' threat.
Ranmaru Mori, played by desdendelle
Envy, played by Just Some Guy 732The fourth Homunculus created by Father out of one of the representations of the Seven Deadliest Sins: Envy. Among some of his known acts are he's the one who sparks the Ishvalan Extermination War by shoving a bullet through a child's head, kill Hughes by using the form of his wife, impersonates as a religious figure which resulted in massive bloodshed and chaos for the town involved and many more. His views towards humans are not pleasant to say the least as he thinks that they're nothing more but mere bugs to him, and would often seeks to antagonize them if given the chance. In reality however, he's actually envious to the humans' senses of unity and their sheer determination to strive forward. With he himself not realizing this. Taken from his home universe during the peak of the Day of Reckoning, Envy is now forced to team up with the 'good guys' if he wishes to return to his world and stop Omega from possibly ruining Father's plan.
Link, played by troydenite
Returning as his younger/older self, as portrayed in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask, Link is back, with a whole new set of equipment, more skills - and other things besides.
Most of the tropes that applied to Link in Season One still apply here, with the following exceptions:
Kim Gi-Soo, played by Ominae
An ex-spy of North Korea's black ops intelligence agency Section 35, Gi-Soo had studied abroad in Europe under the influence of his politician father, who was the head of the State Security Department in his time. Gi-Soo was stationed in China before he subsequently defected to South Korea after he was caught in a sting operation by South Korean intelligence agents, partly due to the glamor of capitalism more than communism while refusing to do a lot of work during his time with the agency. Working with the anti-terrorist agency National Anti-Terror Service (NTS), he was the agency's informant way before Athena began their plot involving Dr. Kim Myung Guk. In the course of Athena's plots against South Korea, he worked together with NTS to defeat the organization's Korean branch in stopping a missile attack against Seoul. While in the midst of this, Gi-Soo assisted his ex-commander Park Cheol-Young in protecting his former subordinate Kim Seon-Hwa from being targeted by State Security Department assassins, which led to failure as her husband and child were only killed in New Zealand. By the time Kim Gi-Soo had defected to South Korea, his mother had been placed in a concentration camp. However, Cheol-Young had assured that he would do everything he can to get his mother out of the camp if he would assist him in helping all ex-North Korean agents escape assassination while killing off North Korean Major General Kim Ho Gyun in a black op assignment as a part of being quietly reactivated into Section 35 service. It is unknown what happened to his father, but some reports suggest that he died while attempting to escape North Korea.Kim Gi-Soo is familiar with operating all types of small arms, thanks to his conscription in the Korean's People Army since it is required by North Korean law, as well as with his training in Section 35. But overall, Gi-Soo is skilled in the handling of sniper rifles. In addition, he is an expert in handling vehicle driving of all vehicle types as well as being capable of speaking various languages aside from his native Korean when he studied abroad starting from Russia under the influence of his late father. Gi-Soo is a good gambler as he is familiar with mahjong while he operated an underground gambling den in Seoul. He can also conduct codebreaking, but Gi-Soo rarely does this unless it's needed. Gi-Soo had been trained in unarmed combat and infiltration tactics.
Neroth, Sorcerer of Chaos Undivided, played by StrigonThe Chaos Sorcerer Neroth is an agent of Lord Abaddon, sent to ensure that Eliphas fulfils his bargain. Although he follows Eliphas’ orders, he does so only because that is what Abaddon currently requires of him. Neroth revels in destruction and is always keen to see the next sacrifice, be it a squad of Space Marines, a city, or a planet. As a sorcerer, Neroth uses the power of the Warp to summon allies such as Bloodletters, or let loose destructive forces such as his Doombolts which damage and knock back enemies. His Chains of Torment ability, which is unlocked at later levels, summons daemonic chains that suppress and tie up enemy infantry. There are few threats that Neroth and the forces that he draws upon from the Warp can’t deal with.
Sly Cooper, played by Bindlestick
Jak and Daxter, played by Dragon Geyser
Jak (birthname being Mar) is one of the main characters in the Jak and Daxter series, being a title and playable character in all games in the series (with the exception of Daxter). From his debut in Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy, he has undergone many changes in his body - both internal and external - and matured into a fully grown man, with a constant thirst for some action. Jak evolves drastically as a character over the course of the series. During The Precursor Legacy, he is presented as brave and curious, willing to throw himself into dangerous situations. In Jak II, after being subjected to Dark Eco treatments for two years at the hands of Baron Praxis, revenge is his main motive, and he has become angry and reckless - this is only exacerbated by the presence of the Dark Eco in his system. He also takes some enjoyment in killing Metal Heads and a fondness for guns. Nonetheless, Jak does retain some heroic personality traits. Jak 3, which sees him gain Light Eco powers to balance the Dark Eco, sees him become less angry and more mature; this was almost certainly aided by the death of his father. Jak X shows him has having relaxed somewhat (due to the balancing effect of Light Eco), though this final encounter with Mizo shows that the anger still exists under the calmer exterior. In TLF, he seems to be more carefree and happy. Despite some scenes hinting his anger (i.e. when he tries to turn into Dark Jak, seeing the Dark Warrior Program chair, etc.) he seems to be more cheerful, particularly around the time he finds out about Dark Daxter, and more like his old self from TPL.Daxter is the secondary character and Jak's sidekick from the Jak & Daxter video game series. He is also Jak's best friend since before The Precursor Legacy. He is technically an Ottsel, though he is also a Precursor. Daxter is a cowardly character who always hides behind Jak's back and always tries to refuse facing some danger. But in Daxter (the game) his heroic nature was revealed, showing that if he has no one to protect him, he can protect himself and that his friendship with Jak is undying. On rare occasions, Daxter proves heroic even in the presence of Jak. Daxter, for the most part, is almost never serious and constantly goofs around. But he's always supportive of Jak, especially when he really needs it.Jak's primary ability is his ability to channel various kinds of Eco, which is used to great effect in The Precursor Legacy. Jak II saw him gain the ability to transform into Dark Jak due to two years of Dark Eco experimentations performed on him at the hands of Baron Praxis. In Jak 3, he was granted Light Eco powers by the Precursors, allowing him to transform into Light Jak and balancing the destructive influence of the Dark Eco already in his system. In Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier, Jak gains multiple eco powers from special Precursor Idols and can also purchase powers from Keira using Dark Eco. He can't generate Eco; instead he absorbs it into himself, which he stores until he uses it to fuel his abilties. Once he absorbs all that he can, he can't absorb any more until he uses some or all of it up, his use of it varies, In TPL he can only use it for a short amount of time before it runs out. The more he picks up, the longer he can use it.Daxter had very few abilities. He was playable in Jak II and Jak 3 in a few sections when only Daxter could reach certain areas. He had abilities similar to Jak. He could also hang, similarly to Crash Bandicoot's hanging sections, which allowed him to travel across dangerous areas.
Jericho Swain, played by Sullen Frog
Hailing from the same universe as Lux, the man known as Jericho Swain is, like her, a member of Valoran's League of Legends; both are Champions (no relation to the term used for the other characters on this page) who specialize in magic, and even have some commonality in possessing spells capable of ensnaring their foes for a brief moment of time. Yet this is where the similarities between them end, however, for while Lux is friendly and inquisitive in representing her home nation of Demacia, Swain is a cold, ruthless general and part of the High Command of the militaristic and xenophobic nation of Noxus; their respective countries have been enemies with one another since well before the League was founded, and off the Fields of Justice, there is no love lost between these two.Swain encountered the Champions when a portal sent them to his world for the League of Legends challenge, and he fought alongside them in an effort to defeat the emissaries of the Void; he had not expected their appearance and intervention, though he took both in stride, and was certainly not expecting to get dragged along for the ride when the challenge ended prematurely. Confused and baffled at first by this drastic change in circumstances, Swain now travels the multiverse with the Champions, all the while plotting ways to return home...or potentially turn this situation to his—and by extension, Noxus'—advantage...Swain is never seen without his familiar, an eerie, six-eyed raven that never strays far from its perch. The unnatural corvid shares an intense bond with its master, and its half-dozen eyes never seem to miss a trick; the bird seems far more intelligent than any raven has any right to be, and something about it feels decidedly off to those who observe it. Swain has the power to merge with this creature, becoming a great demonic beast with incredible power for short periods of time; when combined with his repertoire of potent offensive spells and his keen mind for strategy, this makes Swain a formidable opponent for any challenger.
Kaede/Nyu/Lucy, played by Raineh Daze
Bowser, played by Makuta9999
The 11th Doctor, played by Fusionman
Shawn Spencer, played by deathpigeon
Takamachi Nanoha, played by Anno R
Nanoha is introduced as a sweet little Ordinary Elementary School Student with a normal life in her series of origin. However, this changes when she answers a psychic call for help. She meets a ferret changeling mage named Yuuno Scrya who is looking for twenty one magical artifacts called Jewel Seeds. She helps him defeat the monster that injured him, and then agrees to help him out with the others. Armed with her new Intelligent Device, Raising Heart, Nanoha starts seeking out the Jewel Seeds with Yuuno's help. In the process, she meets Fate Testarossa, who is also collecting Jewel Seeds. Nanoha becomes set on befriending the hell out of her after Fate refuses to explain why she is collecting Jewel Seeds. Nanoha and Yuuno join forces with the Time And Space Administrative Bureau, and they end up assaulting the base of Fate's abusive mother Precia Testarossa. In the end, Fate and Nanoha become close friends.Nanoha subjects herself to Training from Hell and becomes a formidable mage. She later gets involved in the battle against the Wolkenritter, who also get befriended and help defeat the Book of Darkness.
Anung Un Rama, better known as “Hellboy”, is a male humanoid demon, ex-paranormal investigator and the unwilling Harbinger of the Apocalypse. Hellboy, as his associates most often call him, is tall, muscular, yellow-eyed and red-skinned and smells of peanuts He has a prehensile tail, immunity to fire (films only) as well as great strength and perseverance. His face bears black sideburns with a bald spot atop his head, which is also the home of two stumps that have the potential to grow into a large pair of demonic horns. These have been filed off by Hellboy himself, in order to make him more human and to fit in. Possessing a strong Bronx accent and a hot-tempered attitude, Hellboy has the dry wit and sarcastic personality of a rebellious teenager. He always takes his often-maddening job in stride, shrugging off monstrous foes and saving Earth from total devastation with a crack of the knuckles, a twist of the neck, and a skeptical one-liner. The being that would become known as Hellboy first appeared the night of December 23, 1944, on an island off the Scottish Coast. Summoned to Earth by the evil mystic Grigori Rasputin, who had been employed by the Nazis, the infant demon appeared miles away in a churchyard in East Bromwich, England. There he met a team of crack American soldiers sent to investigate the mysterious Nazi ritual, who were accompanied by Professor Trevor Bruttenholm of the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense (B.P.R.D.). Bruttenholm befriended the creature, affectionately naming him ‘Hellboy,’ and the demon child was raised in secret by the U.S. government and trained/educated to be a paranormal investigator.Hellboy's superhuman abilities would seem to stem from his demonic nature. While his specific powers and abilities have never been explicitly listed, Hellboy is much stronger and more physically durable than an ordinary human. He can be burned and damaged like any living thing, but he is possesses a "healing factor" (much like Wolverine of the X-Men) that allows him to recover from wounds at an incredible rate. Hellboy has been noted to be able to see farther than the average human, and quickly heal from fatal wounds. One example of this was when he once took a sword thrust through his chest. He also has the innate ability to comprehend ancient and magical languages.
General Grievous, played by Reven Vrake
Don't call him a droid: he's still got biological components. He just happens to live in a mechanical body. Essentially a cyborg, Grievous received lightsaber training from Count Dooku and is able to hold his own against Jedi.
Hijiri Byakuren, played by Raineh Daze
A thousand years in Hokkai haven't done much for the magician's sanity but her attitude towards people is still intact. For some reason, she has vowed to protect Nanoha from things... well, at least she's more qualified to do so than most.
The Gunner, played by Grey Star
Mehir, the Last Summoner, played by desdendelle
Mehir is a Summoner: a member of the the human nation of Al-kajima, who are renowned for their Summoning spells. The Kajimans resided in a world called Al-'Allam*, where numerous magical races existed. Tired of fighting, they constructed a huge Circle around their nation and lifted it into the Blue Abyss. Because he went away to aid another nation, the Kharos, who were invaded by the Tharis, he and his soldiers were left stranded in Al-'Allam. Journeying to the mystical Sky Kingdom, he procured the Sun Ray, a Kahrosan artefact, for the Sky Kingdom's mage ruler Guru, in order to get his soldiers to their families. He resided in the Blue Abyss, and then the Doctor appeared, due to a malfunction of the TARDIS. He befriended him; then an Ultimate Being went crazy, and the Doctor helped him cure it, departing shortly afterwards. A year passed, and he was thrown to the Red Abyss due to a malfunctioning teleportation Circle; he was plucked from a middle of a fight with a DharmaRhami and a Great Efreet called Reficul to participate in this game of gods.
RhamisThe Rhamis (singular Rhami) are a race of blue-skinned, woman-like, four-armed Magicals that inhabit the strange Plane known as the Blue Abyss. They have long been a Summoned species; other words, they have a long history of being Summoned by the Kajimans. They are ruled by the Ultimate Being Rashti, the Ultimate Rhami, and Mehir's lover / wife.
Twin maids who serve the Tohno Mansion. Hisui takes care of the cleaning, whilst Kohaku cooks, tends to the garden and provides medical aid. There is nothing suspicious about Kohaku in any way.