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- Anti-Hero: If only because he's too stupid to be a villain.
- Ax-Crazy: He threatens Greg with a knife, while yelling something about how the knife demands a blood sacrifice. Yeah, that seems pretty frigging crazy.
- He did the same thing to Todd.
- Big Damn Heroes: Does this in "Night of the Evading Dead" in Season 4.
- He pulls one off again in the Season 6 finale "The Reunion" when he runs over Trent with a Scorpion just in the nick of time... without even knowing he did so until after performing the task.
- Buffy Speak:Chief: its kinda cool cuz liek hes saying activaet but thers one were he dosnt get 2 ear it all teh way so its liek its deactivatid / but then he saes it agen aftur so its liek its activatid agen adn tahts wat teh whoel song is abot / u no wat i m33n / its prety deep adn metallic if u think abot it
- Catch Phrase: plenty.
- NO U.
- i r guy who gon t33ch u les0n
- "hello i am mastur cheef lolololololololololololol" from the original Master Chief Sucks at Halo trilogy
- In Season 6: "FREEZE / TOSERS / GET DOWN ON THE FUCKING GROUND
- "Sad face :("
- "remember? lol remember arbiter?"
- i (insert whatever potential Double Entendre the previous character just said) ur m0m last nite
- Character Development: A little. Since the start of the series, he's started to care more about Arbiter, even admitting that he is sort of his friend. It is even hinted that he cares about Claire a little in "Remission", and in "Severance", after fragging Kylie, he looks back at the corpse of her avatar before going after Arbiter, which implies that he's feeling a little bit of regret.
- Season 7 seems to prioritize Chief's character development alongside the various plot elements. By the end of the season, Chief is significantly more competent morally and aware of his past transgressions. Even so, he still maintains an unflappable manner.
- Cluster F-Bomb: With mind of a 8 year-old who's been given access to the internet way too much, it's totally expected.
- Comically Missing the Point of Arbiter's speeches.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: RARELY, Chief is capable of pulling random CMOAs with no warning.
- The Ditz: Ever since the beginning of the show, he'll always be the worst but possible hope for any player who stood with him.
- Dumbass Has a Point/Jerkass Has a Point: In recent seasons.
- Epic Fail: This happens often.
- He even calls his attempt to drown himself in the toilet an Epic Fail, despite it happening in the original Master Cheef sucks series.
- Dan Browned: this dialogue:Chief: halo 3 wuz laging liek shit adn it maed meh vreh :( so i quitArbiter: Interesting... [looks at computer screen] Do you think that has anything to do with you downloading over 700 gigs of pornography on here?Chief: no. tahts teh computir. this r teh xbox. its sepret. DUMASSArbiter: Jon's hard drive isn't even that big.Chief: dun wury. i hav........... 2 FLOPY DISKZArbiter: I think you'll need a few more than that.Chief: LOLOLLLOLLOL. u obvsly no nothign abot computirs
- Dirty Cop now that he is a TOSERChief: FREEZE / TOSERS / GET DOWN ON THE FUKCING GROUND
- Even Evil Has Standards: Adam is considerably more vile than he is, and he even gives a "Surprised face (:O)" when Adam frags Claire.
- His discovery that Colin is a pedophile absolutely disgusts him and promotes him to team up with Arbiter to plan an attack against the trolls.
- For the Evulz: Most of his trolling against the Arbiter is for this.
- Genius Ditz: Despite of being a complete sociopath to begin with, he managed to band up that is not supposed to be a team with a few boys about his level, killed off (not literally) half of Chaos Theosis' indigenous' hackers, trifled with Arbiter's logic for a few times and even draws a lot better than him, and even knew how to lit up an apartment with only a cooking oven and some matches.
- Go Out with a Smile: A last request with the Arbiter before he dies to meet him by the gate in the afterlife after the explosion goes off in their condo.
- Heroic R.R.O.D.: While Chief is far from heroic, in the Season Finale, Arbiter dealt to him what appears to be a killing blow on the Chief, slammed him to pieces to the point where Chief's speeches are far beyond scrambled than it is before.
- Insane Troll Logic: Uses this frequently to justify his actions.
- Jerk Ass: He thinks he is the real Master Chief from the game, treats his friends like trash, gets negative kills in his gamescore, asks for any female player's Facebook account and normally teabags anyone he just recently knocked-down or killed, we mean everyone, even outside the game. It's toned down in Season 7 however.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He does have a few Pet the Dog moments and does seem to love Arbiter despite his abrasiveness.
- Kick the Dog: Occasionally has moments like this, such as his attempted murder of Greg.
- Killed Off for Real If the gas exploding in "Ignition" is something to go by.
- The Lancer: Plays this role to the more serious and cynical Arbiter in more recent seasons.
- Leet Lingo/Rouge Angles of Satin: All the time.
- Obfuscating Stupidity: "Take A Seat" and a few other episodes reveal that he actually does have some common sense, and he is able to understand some more abstract concepts, if only in somewhat simplistic terms.
- Pet the Dog: For all his horrible acts (and his attitude in general), he can show signs of genuine kindness, with the most outstanding moment being in "The Reunion", where he reassures the Arbiter that he will not die alone, and that the Master Chief, despite all of his comments towards the Arbiter, does appreciate his companionship.
- Psychopathic Man Child: He often acts like an out of control eight-year old.
- Saying Sound Effects Out Loud/Unsound Effect:
- MAI ROFLKNIEF GOEZ SLIEC SLIEC SLIEC SLIEC SLIEC
- And his faces.
- Serious Business: Halo 3, as shown in the original trilogy, episode 4 and episode 18.
- Small Name, Big Ego: He thinks he's MLG, when he's one of the worst players in the game.
- Smoking Is Cool: Subverted. He picks it up to cope with how he killed Cortana
- Synthetic Voice Actor: Microsoft Sam.
- Took a Level in Badass: After training with Arbiter, his Halo skills seemed to have radically improved.
- Took a Level in Kindness: In the later episodes of season 7, he becomes considerably smarter and more morally grounded Due to Cortana plaguing him in his mind because of his guilty conscience, and his desire to take down the trolls, since Colin's a pedophile, Tyler's hyper-agressive to the point of smashing over a dozen controllers and battering one of his school-"mates" that he met on XBL, whilst Eugene is sadistic and spiteful and loves to psychologically torment the boy/player that Tyler has been beating up.
- Weapon of Choice: An Assault Rifle and the Spartan Laser, though recently he has traded in the laser for a Rocket Launcher. Though he has used the Sniper Rifle from time to time.
- You Keep Using That Word: A few instances can be found earlier, but Season 5 introduced this as a regular character trait. Examples include "metallic"note , "pedestrians"note and several butchered proverbs/phrases.
- Your Mom: Chief is as creative with this trope as Red Foreman is with threatening to put his foot up your ass. Arbiter is the frequent target of this, and much to every male character he finds, but never female players. Surprisingly, not even Cortana receives this.
- The Anti-Nihilist
- Author Avatar: As acknowledged by Jon in an interview.
- Author Filibuster: Delivers many that speak of Jon's opinions on the gaming world and specific games. While he makes good points, the fact that the plot will oftentimes slam to a halt for the Arbiter to deliver a filibuster in his Microsoft Mike voice can be grating to some viewers.
- Badass: By far, an accurate shooter than most players in the series, serves the fight well with only a pistol and marksman rifle. He doesn't even bother using a scope to kill his enemies.
- Big Damn Heroes: He pulls one off at the end of the episode "Hard End" in Season 6.
- Catch Phrase: "Sigh". Though it does not catch that very frequently.
- The Comically Serious: He's one of the most serious characters in the series, but his deadpan attitude makes his remarks hilarious.
- Deadpan Snarker: Justified with the target of Chief in most cases, he does get snarky towards others who won't take kindly with his advices.
- Did Not Get the Girl: Willingly declines Claire to keep and never gets to meet with Cortona again after Chief accidentally lit the microwave oven that resulted to her death. He does not get better because of the latter.
- Don't Explain the Joke: "I see what you did there. Instead of addressing my points, you took everything that I said and turned it into a sexual joke, implying that I suck on men's penises. Fantastic.".
- Drunken Master: Despite his drinking he still kicks ass at Halo as seen when he takes down two hackers
- Face–Heel Turn As of episode 12 of season 7
- Fair Cop: After becoming a TOSER, and more so being the safeguard of Jon's condo towards Chief.
- Go Out with a Smile: Despite on how Chief's idiocy drove both of them to their deaths in the first place, he finds his last request quite heartwarming and willingly accepts this before going out in flames.
- Heroic B.S.O.D.: Has one at the start of Season 6. Has another shot in the near end of the Season Finale, looking for a happy place.
- I Just Want to Have Friends: Deconstructed in season 7. His desire for company drags him down the moral slippery slope. He stops when he sees the true face of his companions, though.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: In varying proportions as time passes. Demonstrated in "Recon" (S1E2) and "Evil" (S3E12). But he is far from being a jerk to anyone else who treats him nicely.
- Killed Off for Real If the gas exploding in "Ignition" is something to go by.
- Knight in Sour Armor: Complete with full body armor, like Chief's, except he lost his helmet twice, but returned.
- Let's Get Dangerous: Arby goes up against Chief and his crew with a pistol and Sprint to prove a point. Guess who wins.
- Also, when in casual situations online, he tends to wear Minor armor, in other more serious situations he switches to Spec Ops.
- Meta Guy: Of sorts.
- Never Got to Say Goodbye: Promised Claire to meet up with him on the next day to play with her, but Chief lit up a cooking oven with an opened gas tank, before he ever had the chance to say anything to her.
- Only Sane Man: not until recently - there was Todd, Cortana and quite a few relatively sensible players on Xbox Live. Now it seems that most of the other gamers are portrayed with more or less the same level of intelligence as Chief.
- Though it looks like that was subverted with Greg. As well as the online community regaining SOME brain function.
- The Philosopher: Theorized about his life of being a toy of what purpose should it actually be while alive. Had this theory and purpose fulfilled by Claire before being killed off in the Season Finale with Chief.
- Pre-Mortem One-Liner: He's used two so far. One for Adam, and another for Silent Strike.
- Precision F-Strike: Compared to Chief, sure. Not that he swears so rarely, though.
- Spell My Name with a "The": He usually introduces himself as "the Arbiter".
- Straight Man: Rarely takes a laugh on anything, almost never to Chief's. Until he gets the last laugh with two boys who takes the lower level of maturity than Chief would within the series.
- Synthetic Voice Actor: Microsoft Mike, surprisingly fits well for his logical thinking.
- Unstoppable Rage: When he finally hears the truth about what happened to Cortana, he does not take it well.
- Unusually Uninteresting Sight: He was able to attend university, as mentioned in 'Pirates'.
- Weapon of Choice: A DMR and a Magnum. On "Severance", he is seen using the Shotgun in his battle against Chaos Theosis member Kylie.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: He's afraid of spiders, though he still hangs out with Greg.
- Big Damn Heroes: Saved Arbiter quite a few times in his downfall with Chief. But never gets the chance to save him again in the last episode.
- Demoted to Extra: In Season 7.
- Giant Spider: For a toy, he's just about Chief's size.
- Nice Guy: Don't let his appearance fool you, he just wants to hang out and play scrabble.
- Put on a Bus: Completely in Season 7, never comes back in the final episode.
- The Speechless: Communicates via sticky notes.
- Stealth Hi/Bye: Even Chief gets creeped out by this.
- Characterization Marches On: Used to have a couple of lines that depicted her as short tempered and unreasonable in Endgame, her character has since then been refined.
- Just Friends: Doesn't return Arbiter's feelings. They still have a healthy relationship though. Actually, after "Crush", when Arbiter chews her out for only coming back after a brief hiatus while he suffered on his own, she's shocked to hear him say 'go fuck yourself' and ending it there.
- Nice Girl: Rarely has anything scornful to say about someone, and when she does it's usually pretty accurate.
- Only Sane Woman: Defiantly seems to be a reasonable person in a sea of insanity.
- Shout-Out: Her full name is Claire Redfield in Endgame.
- Single Woman Seeks Good Man: Is utterly disgusted with Trent and leaves him after learning that he cheated on her
- Straw Feminist: Used to have traits of this, see Characterization Marches On.
Originally one of the main protagonists of the Series. Nobody knows what exactly her purpose in the series is. Is she supposed to be Chief's worst enemy? Jon has never confirmed anything about it.
- The Anti-Nihilist: Somewhat downplayed. In her own words ("Terminal"):Cortana: I think, for the most part, that I fall into the camp of "things just happen" — but my mind is open to other suggestions as to why we're here.Arbiter: So you think that our existence is merely the result of some random cosmic equation?Cortana: I suppose.Arbiter: Then, presumably, you've accepted the possibility that we exist without purpose.Cortana: I don't know if I'd go as far as to say that I've accepted it, but it strikes me as the possibility that is most likely.
- Arch-Enemy: To Chief. That's pretty much all she's in the story for. She's always thinking about him and wanting him to be destroyed, even when she's not hear him. What else has she had going for her?
- Asshole Victim: The queen of this trope. She is always made out to be the victim in every situation. Is she the one who starts arguments with Chief, or is it really the other way around? In light of all this, was her death in the oven supposed to be taken that seriously?
- Bus Crash
- Demoted to Extra: In Season 3.
- Disney Death: Turns out she survived getting fired into the alien sun.
- Only to end up getting killed in the stove when she returned later.
- False Friend: To Arbiter?
- Flat Character: At least purpose-wise. The only viable description she has is "Chief's worst enemy. She was only brought back in Season 7 to be killed by Chief's hand.
- Gamer Chick: Supposedly
- She's never been seen playing on the Xbox, nor does she have any desire to.
- Jerk Ass: At least only to those who act way out of line, such as Chief. And Arbiter at one point, even though she still respects him.
- Jerkass Has a Point: Her anger with Chief is always justified.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: However, she's friendly when it comes to the likes of Todd and Greg, on the grounds of them both being Nice Guys.
- Killed Off for Real: Season 7. Yep.
- Love Interest: For both Chief and Todd.
- Never My Fault: See Asshole Victim. Again, did Jon actually expect anyone to feel any shred of sympathy for her when she died?
- Put on a Bus
- Synthetic Voice Actor: Microsoft Mary.
- The Chick: Not really.
- Took a Level in Kindness: Despite being a vision in Chief's head, near the end of Season 7, she warms up to Chief and offers him her friendship, in response to he and Arbiter planning to take down Eugene and his clan, which she encourages him in doing so. After Chief takes full responsibility for the terrible chain of events that took place, she acknowledges that he has changed his ways, and wishes both he and Arbiter will after departing.
- Tsundere: Is she really just trying to help Chief out all this time?
- Very False Advertising: Jon (and the Arbiter) make her out to be this awesome, intelligent, and perfect character with no flaws. But all she's done is attack Chief (or is it his fault?). Didn't she hate Arbiter at one point too?
- What Happened to the Mouse?: She disappears after "Wedding". She reappears in "King" where it turns out she was kidnapped by an Alien along with Todd and Travis. She comes back for good in the Season 6 finale, only to die again in Season 7.
- You Are Better Than You Think You Are: Of all characters, it is (a vision of) her who tells this to Chief in "Take A Seat". Quite ironic, considering they hated each other while she was alive. However, this is (probably) Chief's hallucination of her, so it could be self-praise.
- Bus Crash
- Flat Character: He's basically like Arbiter as a Master Chief action figure, that's it.
- Killed Off for Real
- Nice Guy
- Put on a Bus: Along with Travis.
- Bus Crash
- False Friend: To Chief.
- Flat Character: Nothing more than just an Arbiter action figure that's similar to Chief.
- Jerk Ass
- Killed Off for Real
- Put on a Bus
- Shout-Out: His name is a reference to the character of the same name from another machinima "Matchmaking", made by Darkspire Films. Travis is a fan of Darkspire Films as well.
Jeremy "xXxSm0k3w33d4LyPh3420xXx"One of Chief's friends on Xbox Live.
- The Cameo: In Season 5.
- Cluster F-Bomb
- Satisfied Street Rat: He introduces himself with a Cluster F-Bomb about how he grew up on the streets without any parents. Less than a second later we hear his dad telling him it's time for bed.
Josh ButterballsThe face of Stupid Obvious Information Magazine.
- Ascended Extra: The only of the Season 3 characters to appear in two unrelated episodes, and to appear again in another season.
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome
- Back for the Finale: Returns for the final season after a two season absence.
- Exactly What It Says on the Tin: Stupid Obvious Information Magazine.
- Know-Nothing Know-It-All
- Running Gag: He appears in the 8th episode of Season 3 and then in the Penultimate episode. And in Season 5 he appears in a few episodes.
Agent Boris SmirnoffA Russian agent who is after Scott.
- Ax-Crazy: He's very aggressive and isn't far from shooting Shoot multiple times.
- Glorious Mother Russia: He doesn't take kindly to anyone who's against Mother Russia.
- Unusually Uninteresting Sight: Doesn't seem to mind that he received a call from two action figures. Then again, he seems completely unstable.
CodyA kid on Chief's friends list who was hosting custom games on infection during "Night of the Evading Dead".
TimothyAn Xbox Live player that Chief meets early in the season who calls him out for his poor skills.
TOSERSThe Terms of Service Enforcement/Response Squad, who's objective is to keep online gaming fair and enjoyable. Arbiter refers to them as Game Police.
- Big Good: Until they are disbanded.
KevinA thirteen year old player who joins TOSERS.
- Big Damn Heroes: Saves Arbiter and Chief from Clyde, Adam and some other hackers.
- Chekhov's Gunman
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass
- Dropped a Bridge on Him
- Killed Off for Real: By one of the hackers, shortly after the Big Damn Heroes moment above.
LeonardThe moderator of basic division.
- Killed Off for Real: Is fragged along with the rest of TOSERS.
- Reasonable Authority Figure
- The Smart Guy
Stephen "Silent Strike"A member of TOSERS who was Arbiter and Chief's first supervisor. He turns out to be a Chaos Theosis affiliate.
- The Mole
- Karmic Death
- Reasonable Authority Figure: Averted, as he's The Mole.
- The Sixth Ranger : For Chaos Theosis.
Mrs. McIntyreAdam's mother.
- The Chew Toy: She's stuck with her horrible son, she was divorced by her husband, and she ends up losing her mother.
- Extreme Doormat: Adam pretty much controls her life. Until she decides enough is enough.
- The Dog Bites Back: In "Cradle to Love", she sends Adam to juvenile hall after years of abuse.
Brody MitchellA classmate of Eugene and Tyler, who, along with his friend Kyle, try to put a stop to Eugene's banning spree after acquiring his hacks.
- Those Two Guys: With Kyle.
- Driven to Suicide: Attempted to commit suicide by downing a bottle of pills after Eugene threatens to ruin his life and kill him.
- Straight Gay : Maybe. It hasn't really been confirmed by Jon.
Kyle MathisonA classmate of Eugene and Tyler, who, along with his friend Brody, try to put a stop to Eugene's banning spree after acquiring his hacks.
Skyler LoveheartThe head of Douchebag Studios, A machinima company. He mistakes Master Chief's awful machinima movie as a parody of bad machinimas and hires him to write movies in Arby 'n' the Chief: The Movie.
CraigA friend of Chief's who is an MLG. He secretly hates Chief because he isn't an MLG. He ends up having a match with Chief, which Chief wins.
- A Date with Rosie Palms: He decides to jerk off when he does well in his match against Chief.
- Caught with Your Pants Down: The reason he loses the match is because he is busy arguing with his parents after they caught him masturbating.
- Jerk Ass
- Smug Snake: He's a competent player... until he stops to jerk off.
- What Measure Is a Non-Super?: He believes this.
ZantharAn Alien that kidnaps Todd, Travis and Cortana and kills them all.
- Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: Appears just to show what happened to Todd, Travis and Cortana.
ScottJon's room mate during Endgame who is a wanted criminal for smuggling cocaine from Russia and hacking in online video games.
Master Chief's Clan
- Badass Crew: Parodied.
- Five-Bad Band: Parodied again.
- Jet Pack: His preferred armour ability.
- Invisibility Cloak: His ability of choice... except he cloaks when Arby can already see him.
- Whoring: His strategy for Halo: Reach.
BrentA player who harasses people online in Halo: Reach during "Night of the Evading Dead".
- Jerk Ass: Given for someone who harasses the online community.
Trent DonnovichThe CEO of a gaming studio who is going to have the biggest in game wedding in history. It turns out he is marrying Claire, and it also turns out that he's cheating on her. In Season 6, he turns out to be the one behind Chaos Theosis.
- Affably Evil
- Bad Boss
- Big Bad: Of Season 5.
- And again in Season 6.
- Corrupt Corporate Executive
- Jerk Ass
- Leitmotif: here.
- Non-Action Big Bad: He prefers to leave everything to Cameron and Cody. In Collapse though, he actually does try fighting Arbiter once. In Season 6, he doesn't even try to fight Arbiter and Chief and just runs away, leaving Clyde to hold them off.
- Nietzsche Wannabe
- The Man Behind the Man: He was behind Chaos Theosis in Season 6.
Cameron and CodyTwo MLG players who are security guards for Trent's wedding. They reappear in Season 6 wanting to join TOSERS.
- Asshole Victim: It's really hard to feel any sympathy for them when when they get fragged by Clyde and Duncan, considering how huge assholes they were throughout most of their screentime.
- The Dragon: They're Co-Dragons To Trent.
- Enemy Mine
- Gunship Rescue: In "Remission", they end up saving Claire from Clyde using a falcon. They later show up at the roof while Arbiter confronts Adam. However, they get shot down by Duncan.
- Jerk Ass
- Killed Off for Real: Not killed, exactly, but both of them were fragged by Chaos Theosis.
- Put on a Bus: Disappear after Season 6, along with the rest of TOSERS.
- Sacrificial Lion: Cameron in Season 6, thought he isn't a "sympathetic" character exactly, but he is still fragged by Clyde as one of these.
- Serious Business
- Those Two Guys
- Those Two Bad Guys
Britney Donnovich and Victoria DonnovichTrent's sisters.
- Atrocious Alias: Their usernames. Kylie's username is alright. Both Clyde's and Duncan's usernames, however, are rather sexist towards women, whilst Adam's own lengthy username contradicts his statement about another user's name in the first episode of Season 6.
- Badass Crew: A rare villainous example.
- Death by Irony: All of them.
- Five-Bad Band:
- Even Evil Has Standards: All of them hate Adam for being a psychotic asshole. Except for Adam himself, but he's indifferent.
- Holly Wood Hacking
- Leitmotif: And holy crap, is it awesome.
- Oddly Small Organization: There's only four of them. Though later on, Silent Strike joins to make a fifth member, and Trent is The Man Behind the Man.
- Psycho for Hire: They all qualify for this trope except Duncan, and they were hired to take down the Halo network.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Except for Adam, who just wants to kill people.
- They all, with the exception of Duncan, turn out to be Psychos for Hire who were hired to take down the Halo network
- Your Terrorists Are Our Freedom Fighters
- Authority Equals Asskicking: Discussed and defied, though he does significantly better the second time around.
- Back from the Dead: He makes one final appearance trying to stop Arbiter and Chief from fragging Trent on Breakpoint. When Chief and Arbiter are confused as to why he was back since they had fragged him in the previous episode, he reveals that he has multiple alts and was using his old console. He still gets fragged by Arby in the end.
- Big Bad: For Season 6, though it turns out that Trent was behind the whole thing.
- Boom, Headshot: Twice, first at Arbiter and Chief's hands, then the second time at the hands of the Arbiter.
- The Dragon: To Trent.
- Disc One Final Boss
- Evil Counterpart: He is considered this for Arbiter.
- Faux Affably Evil
- The Heavy
- He-Man Woman Hater: Insults Kylie for her gender and general inadequacy after she was fragged by Chief.
- Laser-Guided Karma: Having literally just finished with the above, he is immediately fragged by Chief and Arbiter.
- Kick the Son of a Bitch: Fragging Cameron and later Duncan.
- Villainous Breakdown: Possibly. When he finds out that Kylie and Adam were both fragged, he noticeably lowers his guard greatly and swears at Kylie a lot over Skype. Also at the beginning of the season he is calm and only swears during a Precision F-Strike, but as time goes by and Arby and Chief interfere more and more and things start to stop going his way, he descends into several Cluster F-Bomb.
- He seems to have recovered from it by "The Reunion", though.
- Affably Evil
- Compensating for Something: Implied, but said word-for-word by The Arbiter.
- Even Evil Has Standards: He is taken aback when he learns that his fellow hackers plan to take down the OMN.
- He-Man Woman Hater: Duncan finds, out of personal experience, that most girls are not up to his MLG skill level. However, he does seem to actually like Kylie, seeing her as the exception to the rule, and he looks down on players with a Stay in the Kitchen attitude.
- It seemed more like he was just asking Kylie if people with that mindset got to her, he doesn't exactly have a politically correct mindset, especially as the episode Cradle to Grave reveals that his gamer tag is "back2thekitchen88"
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: In "Femme Fatale", Duncan decides that he has had enough of what Chaos Theosis is doing and that it isn't right. Shortly after, Kylie assassinates him.
- Serious Business: He is described as a hyper competitive MLG player.
- Token Good Teammate: He was the only member who was actually in it to take down TOSERS.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Duncan decides to back out when Clyde reveals that he plans to take down Xbox LIVE. Clyde and Kylie lure him into a 'clan meeting' and stab him in the back.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: He just wanted TOSERS gone.
- Abusive Parents: Her motive for joining Chaos Theosis was so that she would have enough money to live on her own because of her abusive father.
- Dark Action Girl
- The Dark Chick
- The Dragon: Plays this role to Clyde.
- Evil Counterpart: Some have said that she is this to Claire.
- Faux Affably Evil
- Jerk Ass
- Femme Fatale
- Gamer Chick: She considers herself one.
- Manipulative Bitch: She manipulates Chief into trying to kill Arbiter.
- Arch-Enemy: Becomes this to Arbiter after fragging Claire.
- Bratty Half-Pint: The youngest and most violent of the group.
- The Brute
- Cluster F-Bomb
- Comedic Sociopath: Though after a while it stops being funny.
- Evil Counterpart: To Chief. Arbiter even calls him "the human version of Chief".
- For the Evulz: Why he kills all the other players.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: In Chaos Theosis, for good reasons.
- Hair-Trigger Temper
- Jerkass: The absolute biggest one in the series.
- Jerk With A Heart Of Jerk: When his mother begs one more time to change his life around, he appears to begin to change, only to yell at her more.
- Karmic Death: Though it isn't death exactly, but his defeat and fragging might not have happened if he hadn't treated his mum and his friends like crap.
- Kick the Dog: All the damn time.
- Kids Are Cruel: And how.
- Knight of Cerebus: He is by far the most evil antagonist in the series and is played more seriously than the others.
- Laser-Guided Karma: After abusing his mother too much, she decides to send him to juvy.
- Lack of Empathy: Shows no concern over his dying grandmother.
- Laughing Mad
- No Indoor Voice
- Psycho for Hire
- Psychopathic Manchild
- Reality Ensues: Well, it's a complicated example, and when Jon did the commentary for "Cradle to Grave" he addressed this. After he abuses his mother one times too many, she calls the police to take him juvenile hall. He didn't exactly commit any crimes, save for cyberterrorism, but given that he's a horrible and depraved individual, would it really surprise you if he had?.
- Sir Swears-a-Lot
- The Dog Bites Back: Two separate dogs, in fact— his mother finally has him sent to juvy, and one of his buddies responds to a plea to act as a character witness by telling her to "lock (Adam's) ass away and swallow the key".
- The Sociopath
- Token Evil Teammate: Duncan and Kylie profess to have noble intentions (Duncan felt the T.O.S.E.R.S. were too overbearing, while Kylie compared shutting down the Online Multiplayer Network to forcing a junkie to sweat it out in the basement), and even Clyde seems to be strictly professional in his conduct. Adam, on the other hand, is abusive to everyone he associates with—friend, foe, or victim—and is generally regarded as an unlikable shit. Think Eric Cartman without the charming personality, and that should about cover it.
- Used to Be a Sweet Kid: It probably doesn't bear thinking about how he got so messed up.
- Villainous Breakdown: In episode 10, Cradle to Grave when Adam is cornered by Arby and Chief in a private server, he tells one of his "friends" to take them out. This "friend" who had been threatened with a permanent ban by Adam that very episode refuses to, saying that he's had enough of Adam. At that moment, Adam's mother walks in with a police officer, saying that Adam is going to a correctional facility. He breaks down, desperately pleading with his Mother not to send him away. He begs Arbiter, Chief and his "friend" to vouch for him, upon which his friend remarks, "Lock his ass up and swallow the key". As Adam is dragged away, he begins swearing furiously, as the Arbiter coldly shoots him in game.Adam: "YOU'LL FUCKING PAY FOR THIS ONE DAY MOM YOU HEAR ME?! I HOPE YOU DIE IN A FIRE YOU FUCKING CUNT! I HOPE YOU FUCKING DIE!
- Weapon of Choice: A Grenade Launcher and a Rocket Launcher.
- Your Mom: He uses this a lot. Not as much as Chief though.
- Evil Genius: He developed the hacks used in Season 5, the Fragban hacks and the Permanent Denial of Service hack.
- Insistent Terminology: It's P-DOS, not pedo."I'm not a pedophile."
- Imperial Stormtrooper Marksmanship Academy: Could only get a body-shot (not One-Hit KO) against a guy standing perfectly still ignoring him? Check. Miss every single shot against him when he's running in a straight line? Check. Repeat first mistake before getting owned? Check.
- Ironic Name: He is actually terrible with the sniper rifle. See Imperial Stormtrooper Marksmanship Academy above. Lampshaded by Arbiter.Arbiter: Who taught you to shoot, the galactic empire?!Justin: (offended) Shut up!!Arbiter: Leave it to the WORST sniper ever to call himself "SniperDeathAngel00"!
- Karmic Death
- Affably Evil
- Despair Event Horizon: His sister's death and the ominous silence, combined with his girlfriend leaving him is bound to send him over the edge. And to take out his rage, he goes on a banning spree online.
- Disproportionate Retribution: His response to someone trolling in his name to get personal fame is to pull personal information (Which is fairly Squicky) about him from his web history and post it all over his school's Facebook page. He also promises that he is capable of much worse.
- Driven to Suicide: With all that was good in his life gone and his trolling clan defeated, he invites Arbiter and Chief to a separate match so they can overhear him shooting himself.
- Mood Whiplash: ...and then someone else kills his in-game Elite and teabags him.
- Driven to Villainy
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Cares deeply for his sister and refers to her as the one consistently good thing in his life.
- Heroic B.S.O.D.: After he receives the news that his sister has died.
- He's Dead, Jim
- Hollywood Atheist: all the traits are there, even if he never actually spoke the A-word.
- Ill Girl: His sister has Leukemia and is staying at the hospital. He fears that she may never come out. She doesn't.
- Jerk Ass: Very much so.
- Killed Off for Real: See Driven to Suicide above.
- Nietzsche Wannabe
- Serious Business: He takes his trolling very seriously, to the point of going to extreme lengths if someone tried to use his name for their own benefit
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Likes dealing these out, but at the begining of episode 6, one of them backfires when his victim (a schoolmate of his) redirects one of his own back at him, mocking his poor grades, lack of effort in school and a breakdown he had. Possibly about his sister.
- Those Two Guys: Has two other members in his clan, Tyler and Colin.
- Tragic Villain: Some see him this way due to his sister's condition and his father's abuse.
- Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds
- Chainsaw Good
- The Dragon: To Eugene.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: While he may be a psychopathic Jerk Ass when he talks to Arbiter outside of Jon's department he seems genuinely shaken up about Eugene's suicide.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: Broken seventeen controllers, beat up Brody, beats his dog, Charlie, and has broken his leg on one occasion.
- Jerk Ass: Laughs about Brody trying to commit suicide, and beat him up without question. Takes part in banning many players and beats his dog, too.
- Karmic Death: Not "death" per se, but he meets his end on XBL when his dog, Charlie finally loses it with Tyler's sadistic abuse of him and attacks him, allowing Arbiter and Chief to defeat him.
- Killed Off for Real: A police officer shoots him when he tries to break into Jon's apartment with a chainsaw after refusing to put it down.
- Psychopathic Manchild
- The Sociopath: Of the low-functioning variety.
- The Stoner
- The Dog Bites Back: Literally.
- Villainous Breakdown: While not mentally stable in the first place, Eugene's death does not help.
- Covert Pervert: Master Chief catches him chatting up a 9 year old kid to join an IRC chat and realizes he's a pervert
- Death by Irony: Hits him back, when he's going to snipe MC and Arbiter, and the police comes to arrest him
- Killed Mid-Sentence: And then he's killed while the officer dictates his rights by Arbiter.
- Evil Genius: Acts as this in Eugene's clan as he is the one that created Fragban 2.0 and gives the best advice to the clan on what to do with it.
- Fate Worse Than Death: Unlike Eugene and Tyler (who were both killed,) Colin will be spending a VERY long time in Jail for his pedophilic nature. His impending fate is best described by Arbiter:Arbiter: Not sure how long Colin will be imprisoned for, but due to the fact that he's a white, introverted software nerd and a kid fucker, he'll likely be targeted by his inmates for rape and sold as a cell bitch for a pack of smokes.
- Laser-Guided Karma: The police catch and arrest him immediately after Chief rats out Colin's pedophilic behaviour to them.
- Shotacon: See Covert Pervert above.