All the characters for Campus Life
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List Of Original Characters (by Roleplayer)
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.
- Awesome Mc Cool Name: Admit it, it just rolls of the tongue, doesn't it?
- 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.
- Super Intelligence
- Tyke Bomb: Alex's creation was for the sole purpose of killing two Energy Beings.
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.
- Attack Reflector: The Mistress can catch directed energy weapon fire and use it to her own ends.
- 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."''
- Dangerously Genre Savvy: The Mistress chided Mewtwo for asking her about her plans. She also becomes unwilling to brainwash Mephiles once he claims himself to be a deity, not wanting to spell her doom by trying to amass too much power.
- Her minions show just as much, not being willing to underestimate a captive just due to him appearing to be an infant.
- Enraged By Idiocy: She had very little respect for Memphiles the Dark, and was irritated by what she perceived in JARVIS' judgement.
- Even Evil Has Standards: The Mistress is a firm believer that minions should be treated as more than throwaway mooks.
- Evil Is Hammy: The Mistress is quite talkative.
- Evilutionary Biologist
- Manipulative Bastard: The Mistress generally prefers to brainwash people into doing her bidding. There are times that's not possible, though. She gets by fine without it.
- Vocal Dissonance: The rest of the Mistress's species talks in duotone. The Mistress sounds downright seductive.
Sune and Erik
A pair of kitsune. They control a criminal empire known as the Intergalactic League of Piracy, and are Tails' mother. At the beginning of the story, they were possessing a woman named Artemis Drought
entity, who takes the form of a human woman. She's a member of the USAF Nebula
- 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.
- Blob Monster: TI-1000 style
- Determinator: Deconstructed by Petunia, who takes it to Axe Crazy levels.
- Min-Maxing: Thanks to her Adaptive Ability
- Ridiculously Human Robot: Most of the time, Petunia is more or less indistinguishable from a normal human woman. Justified in her backstory, in which she was trying to hide from Artemis.
- Robot Girl
- Robotic Psychopath: When angry
- 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.
A woman directly created by the Ferenics, in the image of a voluptuous, anthropomorphic Snivy. She studies fashion design.
Diana Selene Drought
Counterpart of Artemis, former host of Sune and Erik, from the same Mirror Universe
as Miles Prower/Anti-Tails, 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.
- Author Appeal: The roleplayer behind Diana admits this to be another reason for her Shout-Out to The Doctor.
- Animal Themed Super Being: Same as Artemis, Sune and Erik, while god-like beings, still refer to themselves as a pair of foxes, and so Diana has some whiskers.
- Fantastic Foxes: Her Sune and Erik are tricksters, but much more moral and less malicious than their mainstream counterparts.
- Humanity Is Infectious: Was an Emotionless Girl Sociopathic Soldier, but then Sune and Erik started in inhabit her body, causing this trope.
- Mind Hive
- No Ontological Inertia: If she's cut off from her Sune and Erik, she quickly goes back to an Emotionless Girl.
- Shout-Out: Invoked, as she intentionally mimics the style of The Doctor, from a ship that's bigger on the inside through manipulation of space, (not a TARDIS) to a blue Badass Longcoat.
- Plucky Girl
- Willfully Weak: The initial reason Diana's Sune and Erik possessed her was because they found being deities without limit boring.
Chief Medical Official on the campus proper, a Golarian Alchemist that acts as the doctor.
- Alchemy Is Magic: At least, how he and those of Golarian, the plane he's from, conduct alchemy. Thus far, he's brewed potions to...
- See magical auras
- breath fire
- Crippling Overspecialization: How he sees himself, having taken a discipline of alchemy his people call "Plague Bringing", and as a result lacks the refinery of healing grievous wounds, or rather, lacking the hindsight, he feels, to have recorded the necessary formulae for healing in his book before he came to work at the campus.
- Luke Nounverber
- Plague Master: His chosen profession. Irony as a medical doctor is not lost to him.
- Rat Men: He is one.
Mobian Rabbit and servant of Eggman, he's introduced chasing Sally Acorn, and quickly runs into Bern the Dragonite.
List of "Canon" Characters by Franchise
Tomb Raider (2013)
The Outsider herself, Lara had been an aimless drifter after the events of Tomb Raider (2013)
. A couple of dead end jobs and fruitless expeditions later and she is offered an invitation to start her life over and leave the past behind. She accepts; but only time will tell if she ever accomplishes this. Voiced by Camilla Luddington.
- Action Girl: On a campus full of aliens, magic creatures, and futuristic technology no less.
- She takes it a step further and traverses The Slenderman's Temple before killing him and taking his superpowers.
- An Axe to Grind: Her primary melee weapon for when baddies get up close. It's strong enough to tear into Erik's shoulder and cause him temporary pain even though his suprise might have just been a ruse.
- Badass Normal: Unlike characters like Mewtwo or Ezren, Lara has no special powers or abilities, save for her being Madeof Iron and keeping all of her weapons from her adventure.
- Averted. Now she possesses a Wolverine-like Healing Factor after completing a series of difficult puzzles and defeating Slenderman.
- More Dakka: Besides her powerful sports bow, Lara carries a SPAS-12 on her back, an AK-47 in her pouch, and a Desert Eagle on her thigh. Each weapon can be switched out on the fly and used immediately with Bottomless Magazines thanks to Hammerspace.
- Determinator: But of course. Otherwise, she wouldn't survive very long on Campus with Pokémon and Physical Gods running around.
- Fragile Speedster/Glass Cannon: Lara can dish out ridiculous amounts of damage with the arsenal she carries, but she cannot take nearly as much herself. To compensate, she's very light on her feet, with dodges and counterattacks against off-balance enemies encompassing a large part of her melee skills.
- Did You Just Call Out Chutlu?: Lara had no problem walking into Master Hand's office and giving him a piece of her mind. She was angry because she felt that he did not care for the situation right over his roof. Master Hand assures her that if he thought she couldn't handle living on Smash Campus she wouldn't have gotten a personal invite in the first place.
- Took a Level in Badass: Recently she's been embracing more of a vigilante role, hunting and killing dark monsters that normal people stand no chance against. This makes her a heroine and idol to the people of Miyamoto City.
- Interspecies Romance: Had a small crush on Human Charles for a bit. She also has a crush on Professor Mewtwo, but it's more because of his kind nature and vast knowledge then his physical traits.
- Trick Arrow: Has access to Fire, Explosive, Rope, and Napalm arrows as well as Armor Breaking and regular arrows.
- The Dreaded: The mere mention of Lara's name sends shivers down the spine of even the most hardened creatures. Even then, Physical Gods and Telepaths have no problem pulling up her history and confirming her identity.
- Origins Episode: Tomb Raider (2013)
- The Straightand Arrow Path: Lara has an impressive arsenal of weapons but uses her sports bow as her Weaponof Choice.
- Pragmatic Hero: Develops into this over the course of her adventure. In Miyamoto City Lara has no qualms about taking a life, especially if it will save innocents.
- 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.
whom hangs out at the Campus, she has deep care for both Absol and Mewtwo.
- The Heart: Among the Pokemon, at least, she seems to be the most kind and least hostile of the bunch.
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.
- Death Seeker: Breifly, while under the effects of Power Incontinence. He asked to be left behind on the spaceship he'd doomed to destruction.
- 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
- Shock and Awe: This is standard for their species.
A law student at the campus.
- Dark Secret: Charles is a Latios. He goes to great pains to keep this secret.
One of the magic students. A Delphox with a blue robe, yellow hat, and pitch-black head.
- Compelling Voice: Technically not a 'voice', but it's stated that people are compelled to follow the orders she gives.
- Dark Action Girl: She nearly immolates a guy
- Black Mage: She's modeled after the Black Mage from Final Fantasy.
- Telepathy: How she communicates.
A domesticated Pokemon, born and raised by human hands, Bern is straight from the Dragon's Den, given to Pokemon Trainer Gold and raised into a powerful Dragonite.
- Berserk Button: Team Rocket, specifically people like Giovanni, given in the first post with him.
- Eyes Never Lie: With his Naive nature, Bern staunchly goes with this logic at his very first glance at one of Eggman's agents.
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.
- Helping Would Be Kill Stealing: The reason he gives for not destroying the pirate ships above campus.
- 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.
Sonic the Hedgehog (Franchise)
Sonic the Hedgehog
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-Powered Evil Side: Spend a good portion of the Dark Sonic arc in his Dark Super Sonic form.
- 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...
Miles "Anti-Tails" Prower
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.
- Half-Human Hybrid: Being Tails's Mirror Universe counterpart, he's this as well.
- Mirror Universe: Hails from one of these.
- 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 was believed that Giygas has some grand plan for her... even though he's no more than an Almighty Idiot
Can you feel the sunshine?
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...
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
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Never seen or referred to since the Roleplayer who registered her quit.
- Foreign Exchange Student
- Mythology Gag: Fifi taking an interest in magical studies. In one of the many shorts from Tiny Toons, Fifi played 'Scentanna' an Affectionate Parody of the Justice Leagues 'Zantanna', a powerful magic user.
- 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
- Almighty Idiot: The Trope Namer himself.
- Dropped An Elder Dragon On Him: He is unceremoniously disposed of -not dead, though- by something even more powerful, or at least in control of its power, Nicol Bolas.
- 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.
- Mind over Matter
- You Cannot Grasp the True Form: Trope Namer of this as well.
The Legend of Zelda (Franchise)
The Princess of the Twilight Realm herself, Midna was brought to the Campus by Master Hand, and works alongside Ezren as an arcane instructor, being a needed second party in a varied field.
Magic: The Gathering
Nicol Bolas, Planeswalker
A great dragon of many titles, Nicol Bolas is considered the ultimate villain in Magic: The Gathering
, a traveler of multiple dimensions and an obscenely powerful Evil Sorcerer
- Evil Sorcerer: Up to Eleven
- 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 break Giygas.
- 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.
- Offscreen Moment of Awesome: We never see exactly what he did to defeat Giygas, just the fact that he did it to be rid of a pest.
- Our Dragons Are Different: In addition to being of the fire-breathing variety, he's a Planeswalker (a traveler of multiple dimensions), and an Evil Sorcerer, over 30,000 years old.
- Physical God: One of many in the Roleplay, but one of the few to actually demonstrate it.
Fire Emblem: Awakening
So far, only Robin and Lucina have appeared, two of the three heroes of Awakening.
Tropes that apply to both characters:
- Magic Knight: Robin focuses more on magic and Lucina more on swordsmanship, but both still qualify.
Tropes that apply to Lucina:
Daughter of Galactus, Devourer of Worlds, and citizen of Earth-616, she's at the campus both as a student and clean-up detail.
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: She's capable of growing to a massive size at a cost of energy, which she did... to eat an entire space vessel.
- Big Eater: And the subtropes that entail.
- Black Hole Belly: Grew to immense size, ate a space ship as big as she briefly was, yet has no signs of deformity or bulging belly to show for it.
- Extreme Omnivore: Can eat both the mundane and bizarre.
- Distaff Counterpart: Is basically a much friendlier and weaker version of her father, having grown up on a version of Earth.
- Horror Hunger: Her situation with her "Tapeworm Cosmic" since her comic run hasn't got any better, and even when she speaks with Lucina or an Andiramon she is instinctively analyzing their ''nutrition'' value in giga-calories.
- Hyperactive Metabolism: Everything she eats is converted into energy for her body to use, though she laments that non-organic components are 'empty calories'. It also took her more energy to maintain her massive size eating a space ship than she actually got from the feeding.