The chief medical officer onboard the S.S. Generator. Shortly after Tails had been transformed into an infant, she took it upon herself to care for him - and ultimately restore him to his original age.
The captain of the S.S. Generator, who had recently taken a position as Professor onboard campus. His primary goal is learn everything there is to know about the Universe, and maybe defend his friends when needed.
Anti-Hero: Alex is somewhere between Type IV and Type V. He outright tells Tails to his face that the only reason he wants to help restore him to his proper biological age is to study his condition. He is willing to detain a friendly person and steal technology from his own allies. He’s even worse when affected by Ferenic programming, quite willing to kill Mewtwo for accidently destroying his ship and Tails just for being a pain. However, he was willing to help Captain Olimar for purely selfless reasons.
Artificial Human: Alex is a Ferenic Craft, one of the beings created directly by the Ferenics in order to be a unique individual.
Awesome, but Impractical: Alex has the technology to shapeshift a target, but any considerable changes will make hard for the target to move.
Comes Great Insanity: Alex had been given superpowers, alongside a Trojan Horse meant to drive him insane.
Crazy-Prepared: To Dr. Eggman’s chagrin, Alex modified Chaos Emerald to shut down if he doesn’t transmit a pseudorandomly changing security code.
Deconstructed, to an extent. Alex is extremely mistrusting, and frequently forces other characters to go through security screening - all of which have confirmed that the screened individual was innocent.
Not So Stoic: Breaks down when demanding of Diana how she can take having emotions thrust on her.
Pragmatic Hero: Apollo, Alex's creator, states that Alex will be able to save everyone by being deranged. He is willing to go behind his allies' backs, and when met with Diana, his strategy was 'shoot first and ask questions later'. He's even worse while influenced by Ferenic programming.
A meter-tall, bipedal ant with god-like technology. She was once part of a Hive Mind, but has recently been severed from the rest of her kind. She now loathes her sisters, and has devoted herself to overturning their creations with her own.
Badass Boast: Forget who the Mistress is, and she will remind you.
''"Excuse me," The Mistress said, "Starmen are right now attacking the ship, so I'm going to do to them what my species did to the human race."''
A rather stern folk and one of the teachers on the Campus, he is the captain of the S.S. Solar Ray and a member of the Multiversial Defense Force, a team bent on keeping peace throughout the Multiverse. Though he may seem a bit intimidating at first, he's actually quite a nice guy, though often never lets on to what he's thinking or up to...
Batman Gambit: Manages to pull off a pretty epic one in the 'Dark Sonic' plot where he managed to restore Dash's confidence, had the mane cast use the Elements to purify the Emeralds, and give them an edge against Hubris as a result, all without directly revealing what he was actually doing throughout it.
Crazy-Prepared: Due to being a member of the Multiversial Defence Force, he's become quite Genre Savvy and likes to prepare for any and all scenerios, up to and including fighting chaos powered super beings.
Toko's son, Tony can be a bit mischievious and likes to pull pranks a lot, even on his friends. He's pretty powerful in terms of combat, his fighting style being heavily influenced by that of the Z-Warriors, though he often tends to over estimate just how strong he really is, which tends to come back to bite him in the arse a lot. He's good friends with Klonoa, and apparently made a "pseudo"-friendship with Rainbow Dash before the start of the RP.
Ascended Extra: Though Tony has been in the RP almost since the start, for the most part he just appeared when needed to help a plot a long and then went on to do random, unimportant stuff throughout the RP. It wasn't until the Dark Sonic plot did he finally go on to be a major character in his own right.
Berserk Button: Do not steal his hat. Even someone else touching his hat annoys him greatly. When asked why, he often replies with 'it's very important to me'.
The personification of the positive energy in the Chaos Emeralds, Sonata tried her best to keep Hubris from breaking free from the Emeralds with Nazos help. However, when the Emeralds were hit with Giygas' wave, it ended up greatly powering up Hubris and he brain washed Nazo into his servant while she was powerless to do anything. Though she may not be able to do much on her own, she is more than willing to lend her power to the heroes in order to stop Hubris.
The true personification of the negative side of the Chaos Emeralds, Hubris was once more than willing to lend his power to the beings of the world. However, years of abusing the negative side of the Chaos Emeralds eventually drove him mad, and now he wants nothing more than to destroy the foolish beings who abused his power.
Ozz is a female member of the once-unnamed race of beings known as the "Pillar Men", a group of super-vampires that, according to the RPer whom registered this character, stand at the top of the planet's food chain. She is introduced in the RP as imprisoned in stone.
Adaptive Ability: Not physically, but those of her race have naturally high IQs that allow extreme mental adaptation, such as learning a new language simply from watching someone speak it. It's all just a matter of applying that IQ.
Genre Savvy: She avoided eating Rae upon their first encounter because of the markings on his cheeks, thinking them to be venom sacks. The truth is much more shocking. She also avoids going on a feeding frenzy because she doesn't know the capabilities of the beings in this time.
Humanoid Abomination: Has demonstrated herself able to contort her body into a blob-like mass, and she has a headband that conceals her horn.
Musical Theme Naming: A staple of the series she is based from, it was stated by Ozz's creator that her name comes from the Ozzy Osbourne album "Blizzard of Ozz". Also hints at her powers.
Taken for Granite: Starts out in the RP as this, and sunlight does this to her whenever it shines on her body.
To Serve Man: Bluntly admits to Rae that humans are her primary food source. Doesn't stop her from settling for fish and other things, though.
Diana Selene Drought
Counterpart of Artemis from the same Mirror Universe as Miles, many methods and results have gone in the opposite direction for her. The Sune and Erik of her world were Fantastic Foxes, tricksters of godly power rather than malicious demons, and their current host is a soldier with genius-level tech-savvy.
Word of Diana's roleplayer is that she met and befriended her universe's version of The Doctor, who had still remained on the side of good in spite of the inverse morals (in relation to the prime universe) being true for everyone else. The Time Lord went through a Despair Event Horizon after the Ferenics wiped out and completely replaced humanity. His next regeneration in this universe led toThe Valeyard, and Diana had to pull no punches and destroy him. She mimics his style in memory of the good man he had once been.
Willfully Weak: The initial reason Diana's Sune and Erik possessed her was because they found being deities without limit boring.
A nanorobotic entity, who takes the form of a human woman. She's a member of the USAF Nebula crew
Adaptive Ability: Petunia is able to modify herself at the molecular level, and does so quite readily in combat situations. Unlike most examples, it usually takes time for her to study enemy attacks before she can become completely immune. On the other hand, she can modify herself proactively.
The Berzerker: Due to a glitch, whenever Petunia gets angry, her self-control goes out the window. The scary thing is that her intelligence stays intact, leaving a super-intelligent, nigh-indestructable gynoid made of advanced technology that can be reconfigured on the fly single-mindedly trying to rip somebody to shreds.
Unstoppable Rage: Literally, in this case - Petunia is completely unable to calm down if she gets mad and the person she's mad at is still alive. She also follows the trope's nature, optimizing herself for combat while mad.
List of "Canon" Characters by Franchise
The Big Bang Theory
Sheldon 'Lee' Cooper
A substitute science teacher, Sheldon took up the job because "apparently, even theorietical physis need to take vacation days". Being Sheldon, he doesn't exactly get off on the best foot with his students, and things go from bad to worse when he catches a certent rainbow maned pegasus mocking him during his lecture.
Apathetic Teacher: Though it's not like he doesn't try, it's just that he has so little faith in his students that he doesn't even give them a chance, and interrupts them when they try to answer a question he asks of them. His general attitude towards them is what contrabutes to them starting a Campus wide riot in response.
Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Like Dashie, he had no idea his actions would lead to a Campus wide riot. Unlike Dash, even after things get out of hand, he's still unaware he did anything wrong.
Near / Nate River
L's successor, Near is an ace detective who felt compelled to come to Smash Campus for whatever reason. Though he thinks his hunch might have been off, things take a turn for the interesting when a pink dragon warps in front of him and a fire ball shoot out a nearby window...
Apathetic Citizens: Near certainly doesn't seemed all too concerned about the unconscious pink dragon that appeared in front of him, as he makes apparent when she wakes up.
Ember:... You mean, for the past five minutes, you've just been sitting there and watching my unconscious body?
A Rare Sentence: Though Near doesn't say anything, he does note how weird it is that he's currently fighting off a riot with a rainbow maned pegasus and a pink dragon, even when in comparison to the Kira case with Light and his Death Note.
Late Arrival Spoiler: Again, like in the series he originates from, it's hard to talk about L's successor without revealing L has a successor, or that something happened to L.
Mythology Gag: Though he still goes by Near by the ones who know him, he's taken up Mellow's alias for those he's just met or when out in the open. Originally in Death Note, Near was suppose to be called Mellow, by the writers got their designs mixed up.
One of the few surviving members from the Kira case, Matsuda currently works under Near. Though he still hasn't lost all of his somewhat awkward nature and poor decision making skills, he's become a bit more competent when it comes to dealing with criminals and stressful situations. Despite currently working for Near, a part of him still doesn't like him, as he still believes that Near used a Death Note to expose Light as Kira, and might still have said Death Note to this day.
Late Arrival Spoiler: Again, considering the events of this RP take place after the Death Note manga / anime, it's hard to use Matsuda without spoiling that he's one of the few surviving task force members, or currently working for Near.
The overlord of the Netherworld, Laharl stays mostly true to his character from Hour of Darkness, with a few changes due to the Underworld and Netherworld being welded together for plot convience. Over seeing the reapers and souls of the Netherworld like his father before him, Laharl finds himself stuck on earth after a teleportation goes wrong...
Insistent Terminology: Is rather annoyed at Palutena for refering to him as the God of the Netherworld instead of the Overlord.
The iconic Wizard Classic of Pathfinder, he hails from the Inner Sea in the land of Golarian, and has thus-far not divulged how he came to this present-day world from his medieval home. He is one of two teachers of the arcane arts.
Wizard Beard: Has one, though it's considerably more trimmed in comparison to, say, Gandalf.
Wizard Classic: White hair and beard, his signature cane, and his robes all mark him as this.
Note: Due to the fact that several Pokemon characters are specifically based off the sterotypes of their specific species yet still have their own backstories, Original Characters will also be listed under this folder as well as canon ones.
An Absol who frequently hangs out on Campus, he has a deep hatrid of humans due to past events in his life.
The physics professor of the university. He becomes romantically involved with the a Lapras also in the faculty, though the relationship becomes strained as Mewtwo keeps finding himself in hectic situations.
The Atoner: Mewtwo started his career in physics to help cope with allowing his family to die and subsequently murdering the Team Rocket grunts that did the killing.
Chronic Hero Syndrome: Even after being turned into a walking disaster and getting almost brainwashed twice, Mewtwo is still compelled to personally help the shapeshifting creature lead a normal life without endangering anybody.
Genius Bruiser: Mewtwo is able to calculate how much energy he expended during a particular teleport. It came out to be over a ton of TNT.
Gentle Giant: Despite being as powerful as a ton of TNT, Mewtwo is extremely compassionate, generally going well out of his way to avoid others coming to harm. He'll only use violence if he really thinks someone deserves it, and was absolutely horrified when he discovered he was wrong about that once.
Rae and Iyka
Siblings, a Raichu and a Pikachu, respectively, they attend the Campus as students.
Adorkable: Iyka's short, scruffy, and a massive geek, but also rather cheerful.
Gadgeteer Genius: Iyka has invented a move specifically to allow her to control technology
Black Mage: She's modeled after the Black Mage from Final Fantasy.
Telepathy: How she communicates.
Super Smash Bros. Series
President and creator of the Smash Campus. Also was involved in the creation of the multiverse as a whole. Despite the fact that he can be quite intimidating, he's more than willing to help students out on their problems and is actually quite docile when you get to know him.
It Amused Me: The main reason he rarely gets involved with dealing Big Bads or deal with major problems like when the riots broke out. Though he could just teleport or defeat a lot of the problems plaguing the RP, he wants his students to deal with them so they don't become dependant on his power... And it helps keep Campus life interesting.
Reasonable Authority Figure: Unlike most sterotypes associated with Campus deens, he actually does care about the well being of his students, willing to help out with turning Tails back to normal after he gets turned into a baby and willing to listen to Alex and Itachi about their problem.
Kid Icarus (Franchise)
The hero of his series, Pit is the captain of Palutena's Army who has long since watched over the world since the events of Kid Icarus: Uprising. Though a bit bored due to how there hasn't been any danger that required devine help, he gets a chance to spread his wings once again when the bridge between the angel realm and earth is reconnected.
No Fourth Wall: Just like in Uprising, Pit has no problems taking a club and shattering the fourth wall to bits, with him being well aware he's in an RP as only the tip of the ice berg.
The Goddess of light herself, like in Uprising she acts as Mission Control for Pit while guiding his flight to the current situation. Though her help hasn't been needed since the events of Uprising, she decides to take a more proactive approach after the bridge between the angel realm and earth is repaired from Giygas' attack.
Miss Exposition: Often explains the more finer details of the plot to Pit, and how canons weld together in the RP. Needless to say, Viridi likes to poke fun at this.
Viridi:All hail Palutena, Goddess of Exposition!
The Goddess of nature, Viridi isn't exactly big on sentient life forms because of how they abuse nature and how chaotic they can be, and tends to sway back and fourth between helping Palutena and attempting to whipe out humanity. Quite the snarker, she seems to like taunting Pit a lot.
Dangerously Genre Savvy: After the last time Pit managed to stop one of her Reset Bombs, Viridi made sure to remove the obvious glowing weak points on it this time around, noting that "Unlike ninety-nine of video game antagonist, she actually learns from her mistakes". Of course, she didn't expect for Laharl and EMIYA to show up...
Humans Are Bastards: Or rather, most sentient life are bastards, considering the Massively Multiplayer Crossover nature of the RP. Much like in Uprising, she has a very low view of those who abuse nature or go to war over petty reasons, and attempts to nuke Smash Campus with a Reset Bomb because of the two riots that broke out there over minor reasons.
The title character and young dream traveler himself, Klonoa is a member of the Multiversial Defense Force who was brought in to help learn more about the 'Dream Realms', and his status as a Dream Traveller makes it kind of hard to keep from meddling with the Multiverse against their wishes. Though he's a good friend of Tony, he often tends to be interrupted a lot when he's around, much to his annoyance.
Ascended Extra: Despite being Tony's friend, he got even less appearances throughout the RP than Tony. It wasn't until the Dark Sonic plot did he become a major character.
The blue blur himself, Sonic occassionally pops in around Campus to check on his little bro' every now and then, but before he knew it he ends up getting wrapped up in the craziness that happened when Tails accidentally turned himself into a baby. Once Tails is returned to normal, he went off to explore the world for a bit, only to return to Campus after while to see a rainbow trail darting through the sky...
Demonic Possession: Gets possessed by Hubris when he gathers all seven of the Chaos Emeralds.
Eleventh Hour Ranger: After he's purified of Hubris' control by the Elements of Harmony in the Dark Sonic plot, he goes Hyper Sonic to help the others stop a fused Hubris and Nazo's attempt at a Class X Apocalypse How.
Hero Antagonist: Of the Dark Sonic arc, due to an overflow of negative chaos energy transforming him into Dark Super Sonic and later getting possessed by Hubris. As of post 167 on the Legends Incarnate, he's finally returned to normal.
Super Speed: It is Sonic afterall. Needless to say, he and Rainbow Dash get into the obligatory race, though it was never "officially" finished.
Miles "Tails" Prower
The kitsune who kicked the plot off, the RP starts shortly before Tails accidentally turns himself into a child. After spending several pages this way while the characters try to find a way to reverse it, Tails finally returns to normal, and slowly begins to learn the truth about his parents...
Anti-Hero: Becomes a Type III after Mewtwo takes a whack at his mind.
Hair-Trigger Temper: Accidental psychotherapy from a power incontinent Mewtwo produced some drastic changes in the sweet Tails, turning him sarcastic and rather easy to tick off.
Half-Human Hybrid: The result of two kitsune-possessed humans mating is a pair of Funny Animal foxes.
Recent arrival to the title Campus of his own will, Miles is Tails's Evil Counterpart from the same dimension as Scourge the Hedgehog, Sonic's own doppelganger.
Canon Foreigner: In the sense that he's from the Archie comics series, not the mainstream games.
Chick Magnet: Despite being evil, the very first thing that happens to him when he's introduced is Fifi falling for him, and though she had no intention of it at first, Iyka also considers fighting over him when Fifi butts in because 'she was there first'.
Evil Brunette Twin: Exactly how evil has not been revealed yet, but he has gone out of his way to give himself some differences from Tails, such as dying his hair darker.
Gemstone Assault: A physical manifestation of Miles's psychic powers, though so far he's only used these as a Power Crystal, it's vaguely implied he can do more.
Pet the Dog: A minor example, he's trying to comfort the Pikachu Iyka after an EMP scrambled her powers and caused cellular damage in her cheeks. Inwardly, he's disgusted with himself about this. He's even gone so far as to attempt a psychic healing procedure.
Psychic Powers: Being a counterpart of Tails, he may have these. They haven't really been demonstrated, though they seem to have something to do with crystals.
From the web series Nazo Unleashed, and being of pure Chaos Energy, Nazo is seemingly the personification of negative chaos energy within the Chaos Emeralds, given form thanks to Giygas. His ultimate goal is to collect all seven Chaos Emeralds and achieve his perfect form. As it turns out, however, Nazo is the being that suppose to keep the balance between positive and negative chaos energy within the Emeralds, and the real personification of the negative energy, Hubris, corrupted him to free himself after the power boost caused by Giygas' wave.
Yet another Canon Foreigner, much like Miles, she hails from both the Saturday morning cartoon and the Archie comics series, in which she was an aunt and psuedo-maternal figure to Tails. Here, Sonic and Tails split from the Freedom Fighters after a Noodle Incident, and Bunnie has felt regret, and upon seeing Tails expressed joy... only to get roped into the hijinks. Lately, she's become a bit of The Load, but is trying to be better. It's believed that Giygas has some grand plan for her... even though he's no more than an Almighty Idiot.
Artificial Limbs: Her most noteworthy trait, her canon limbs have been switched out for more realistic prosthetics.
The demonic doll itself, the Tails Doll appeared early on to steal the souls of the Campus goers, but quickly gets caught up in the chaos and soon encounters a certain orange jumpsuit wearing ninja and his own demon inside him...
The personification of Soul Calibur itself, Elysium traveled with Siegfried for a short time. However, once things started to get serious with Nazo, he allowed Elysium to take over, giving her a physical form. Over the course of the RP, Elysium was waiting for Nazo to reappear because she wanted to purify his negative chaos energy, but as time went on she eventually started to grow a deep hatred for the white hedgehog and what his actions have caused...
Demoted to Extra: Due to trying to shift away -though not far- from super-powered action.
A girl's soul inside a mechanical shell of her former self. Ashlotte Maedel was crafted to hunt down Astaroth for his crimes against humanity. After succeeding, she returns home to find that her parents and friends have gone missing. Ares, the god of war, tells her that he saw a being from another universe take them. This being? Alexander Thunderstorm.
Iron Woobie: Very much this, when all is said and done.
The titular Tomb Raider herself, specifically from the 2013 reboot, Lara Croft is still dealing with ordeals that happened to her not so long ago. Only just returning home, Lara found a strange invitation on her table by Master Hand. She accepts the invitation, believing it to be a chance to start a new life and find the innocent young adventurer she once lost. She is not the Canon Sue she once was, instead, this Lara seems to be more grounded and realistic compared to her original counterpart.
An Axe to Grind: Lara Croft's melee weapon is the climbing axe she gets from Roth in Tomb Raider. It works exactly as it does in the game.
Oh Crap: Gets a massive one when she realises the massive object hurtling towards Campus is a Reset Bomb, complete with a percision S bomb.
My Little Pony - Friendship is Magic
One of the wielders of the Elements of Harmony, Dash travels to Campus to deliever a letter from Princess Celestia to Toko. After searching around for a bit she runs into her "old friend" Tony. Deciding to hang around with him until Toko shows up, she quickly forgets her original reason for being there when a certain blue hedgehog challenges her to a race. Little does she know this race will have greater outcome than anyone could have foreseen...
Barrier Warrior: Besides Energy Absorption, Dash's Element of Loyalty lets her produce a barrier around her when used on it's own. Needless to say, she uses this more to ram her opponents than actually defend herself.
Energy Absorption: Dash's Element of Loyalty has this ability when used on it's own in the RP. Though it doesn't add the power to her own, it does allow her to send the attack back at her opponents.
Super Speed: There's a reason her signature move is called the Sonic Rainboom. Needless to say, she ends up getting into the obligatory race with Sonic, but again it was never "officially" finished.
Unwitting Instigator of Doom: She honestly had no idea that her show-boating during Sheldon's lecture would somehow snowball into causing a Campus wide riot, and immediately tries to help get it under control once she finally processes what happened.
Another weilder of the Elements of Harmony, Twilight has only just just become an alicorn and still trying to get use to her new powers. However, when the Elements of Harmony start to behave oddly, she decides to check up on Rainbow Dash and why she isn't back from delivering that letter...
The pink party ball of hyperactivity herself, she travels with Klonoa a long with the others to check up on Dash after her fight with Nazo.
The hard working element of Honesty herself, she a long with Pinkie and the others travel to check up on Dash after her fight with Nazo.
The Element of Generosity herself, she a long with the others travels to check up on Dash after her fight with Nazo.
The slightly meek Element of Kindness herself, she a long with the others travel to check up on Dash after her encounter with Nazo.
Tiny Toon Adventures
Fifi La Fume
A Foreign Exchange Student from Acme Acres, Fifi came to Smash Campus due to feeling a tad bit burned out on the whole 'toon' experiance at her last school, and wanted something a bit more normal. Though she is a bit overwhelmed when she looks around the campus, things take an interesting turn when she runs into a certain two-tailed kitsune's Evil Counterpart...
Poirot Speak: Averted. Though she's implied to have a thick french accent like in canon, when she speaks it's all in perfect english. The main reason is because the user controlling her admitted to hating this trope's use in works with foreign characters.
Smelly Skunk: Though, granted, she has much better control over her odor in the RP than in canon.
Straight from the second installment of the Mother trilogy, best known as Earthbound, Giygas was intended to be the next Big Bad of Campus Life... but plans change. How he survived his his battle against the chosen four so long ago is not known, but he's back and ready to cause some havoc, whether he's aware he's causing it or not.
Eldritch Abomination: Even if you don't know what he really looks like from his game, the attack he pulled on the Nebula is more than enough to give you an idea of what these characters are dealing with.
Laser-Guided Amnesia: Giygas, taking his old name, Giegue, has to inflict this on himself to fit into a clone of Mewtwo without driving what's left of it insane and going back to square one. He keeps a couple of happier memories, though, one of which is his weakness, the lullaby from his human mother.
It Amused Me: His entire motivation is to quell his own boredom.
Mind Rape: Part of his modus operandi, and his first act to someone else it the RP is to breakGiygas.
Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: However, it's quickly revealed that the Mind Rape briefly snapped Giygas back into sanity, with enough coherence to deposit his mind into a new vessel and rid himself of the memories that drove him mad in the first place.
Physical God: One of many in the Roleplay, but one of the few to actually demonstrate it.
A former member of S.T.A.R.S., Chris Redfield is one of Umbrella's most tenacious foes. He currently serves as a top agent for the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance (BSAA), an NGO he co-founded that acts to disrupt and quell acts of bioterrorism worldwide... hence he has been called in to deal with one of the Mistress's creations.