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Conker the Squirrel
- Adaptational Badass: In his appearances in Project Spark's game modes (outside of the Big Reunion pack), where he has a bottomless machine gun as a default weapon alongside his baseball bat, and he is able to summon the Context-Sensitive buttons at will, which allow him to use deadly moves like throwing a barrage of flaming cocktails everywhere.
- Alcohol Hic: Lets one out when he tries to jump while drunk or hungover.
- The Alcoholic: The entire game's plot kicks off because Conker got drunk and wandered off the wrong way, and drinking away his nights at the pub is apparently a regular occurrence.
- All Men Are Perverts: Despite his relationship with Berri, he still tries to hit on other female characters, immediately helping the King Bee when he hears about the "big-breasted babe" and flirting with the cavewoman Jugga. Also, one of his Idle Animations is pulling out and reading a porn magazine.
- Anti-Hero: Of the nominal variety. His sole motivation is to try and find his way back home, and whenever the various NPCs ask him for help, he will always ask "What's in it for me?" before he does it for them. He also has no qualms against killing people and using them to accomplish his goals. Were it not for his genuine love for Berri, and his few Pet the Dog moments, Conker would be a straight-up Villain Protagonist.
- Badass Adorable: A cute little squirrel who, among other things, ends up a bullfighter, a dinosaur tamer, a zombie slayer, and a war veteran by the end of the game.
- Badass Longcoat: During the Matrix parody, as well as the Spooky chapter in the Xbox remake.
- Badass Normal: Aside from using the Context Sensitive buttons and being able to hover with his tail, Conker is just a normal squirrel with a frying pan as his sole weapon in a world with giant stone gargoyles, Nazi Teddy bears and a giant mountain of singing poop.
- Baleful Polymorph: Gets turned into a vampire bat by Count Batula during the Spooky chapter.
- Batter Up: His primary weapon after the tutorial chapter in Live and Reloaded is a nail-studded baseball bat.
- Black and Gray Morality: Most of the people Conker encounters may be obnoxious jerks and genuine villains at worst, and he may be more tactful and level headed in contrast to them and have something resembling a conscience, but Conker himself is by no means a good person, with his goals and acts being entirely self serving, and he isn't above taking lives to accomplish his goals.
- Catch Phrase: He tends to exclaim "Oh, no!" quite a bit.
- Cigar Chomper: Constantly has a stogie in his mouth in the It's War chapter.
- Frying Pan of Doom: His primary weapon throughout the original game. In Live and Reloaded, he only uses it during the tutorial chapter.
- Gosh Dang It to Heck!: Conker only says two swear words throughout the entire game: "bitch," and "ass."
- Grass Is Greener: It's only after he becomes rich and powerful like he always wanted that he realizes that he had everything he wanted all along. Sadly, by the time he does, it's too late.
- Guns Akimbo: In the original, he dual-wields machine guns during the It's War and Heist chapters. Averted in the remake, where he only uses one machine gun.
- Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: In the original, he only wore a blue zip-up hoodie and sneakers, but no pants. Averted in the remake, which gives him a pair of green shorts.
- Hammerspace: He can literally pull whatever he needs at any specific moment out of his pockets.
- Heli Critter: Can spin his tail to hover when he jumps.
- Interspecies Romance: with Berri, considering she's apparently supposed to be a chipmunk.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He has a few acts of kindness, though they're few and far between, such as shutting up the Paintbrush and Paint Pot laughing at him and Franky the Pitchfork, as well as fixing Franky up after he gets broken in two and having that be one of the (very) few good deeds Conker does without asking for the person he's helping (in this case Franky) for anything in return for helping them, and possibly the part where he rescues Rodent from a group of Tediz a little ways into the War chapter that were going to kill him. He also does love Berri.
- Master Swordsman: He finishes off Heinrich with a katana that was supplied by a programmer in exchange for keeping quiet about a Game-Breaking Bug.
- Only in It for the Money: If someone offers him money in exchange for their aid, he'll instantly agree.
- Only Sane Man: Conker is perfectly rational and level headed compared to how arrogant, stupid and crazy a lot of the people he meets are.
- Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: Conker constantly shifts between an American accent and an East London one.
- Nominal Hero: His main motive in the game is to get home. That's it. He wouldn't care less if his adventure had gone on without his good deeds.
- Pinball Protagonist: Conker is not a hero, just a pragmatic protagonist who gets caught up in a bunch of random escapades that are often out of his control. He doesn't even have a clue that there's any overarching plot going on due to the Panther King.
- Pragmatic Hero: Conker couldn't give a rats ass about whats going on around him unless there's money involved. He just wants to get home, get smashed, and let the world solve its own problems.
- Red Is Heroic: Sort of. He's a red squirrel, and the Anti-Hero of the game. Part of the conflict in the game is about the King Panther wanting Conker as a replacement leg for a table. Apparently only a red squirrel will do. In addition, him being red is the reason why he can revive if he collects tails; normal grey squirrels just die and go regardless. Greg the Grim Reaper hates Conker for this.
- Redshirt: Averted, being a red squirrel is the In-Universe Handwave for the lives system.
- Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: The Tiny Guy to Berri's Huge Girl; he comes up to her thighs.
- Urine Trouble: When drunk, he actually pees on his enemies.
- Weirdness Magnet: Wherever Conker goes, a silly event is bound to happen, even if the event makes no sense. By halfway through the game he's pretty aware about it.
- What Did I Do Last Night?: He somehow wanders from the bar to the place where he meets Birdy the Scarecrow after a night of heavy binge drinking, and spends the rest of the game trying to get home.
- Art Evolution: In Conker's Pocket Tales and beta footage of Twelve Tales, she's a short brown chipmunk with brown hair.
- Bare Your Midriff: Her character design in Conker's Bad Fur Day has her wearing what looks to be either a sports bra or a crop top and booty shorts, letting her midriff show off.
- Deader Than Dead: She's mowed down with a tommy gun, and then sucked out of an airlock.
- Died in Your Arms Tonight: She dies in Conker's arms after being gunned down by Don Weaso.
- Distressed Damsel: She's kidnapped by the rock monsters during the Uga Buga chapter.
- Expy: She looks an awful lot like Lola Bunny.
- Flat Character: There is no much depth to her character but being Conker's girlfriend who's fond of aerobics.
- Girliness Upgrade: In Conker's Pocket Tales, she was much up to Conker's Distaff Counterpart and had the same length. In this game, she's much taller and curvier.
- Killed Off for Real: Since Conker forgets to ask the game's programmers to revive her when he is inside the debug mode, and due to Gregg's reluctance to revive cats and squirrels due to their in-game life system (as it makes his job as a Grim Reaper harder, thus making a rare exception with Conker as he's the game's protagonist), Berri is unable to return to life, so her death is permanent.
- Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: Can sometimes slither into a British accent.
- Satellite Love Interest: All that's established about her is that she's Conker's girlfriend.
- Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: The Huge Girl to Conker's Tiny Guy; he comes up to her thighs.
- Valley Girl: Both her accent and personality fit the bill.
- 0% Approval Rating: When he's killed at the end of the game, everyone, including his guards, rejoices.
- All Myths Are True: Conker initially believed him to only exist in fairy tales.
- Bait-and-Switch Boss: The player doesn't fight him in the end; instead, they fight a Xenomorph that burst out of his chest.
- Big Bad: If only from a nominal standpoint, since Ze Professor wants Conker because this guy needs a new leg for his table. He doesn't really do much though.
- Deader Than Dead: Killed by a Chest Burster, then Thrown Out the Airlock.
- Evil Sounds Deep: He has a very deep, growly voice.
- King Koopa Copy: Parodied. He looks and sounds the part, but is hopelessly incompetent and manchildish.
- Orcus on His Throne: His guards do all the work for him.
- Rich in Dollars, Poor in Sense: He's a rich and powerful king, but he's so stupid that he has to have a scientist specifically tell him that his side table is clearly missing a leg, which is why he keeps spilling his milk.
- Stupid Evil: He has no real evil plan; he just wants a new table leg so he can drink his milk without spilling it.
- The Unfought: He dies when the real Final Boss is revealed.
Ze Professor/Professor Von Kriplespac
- An Arm and a Leg: His legs are nothing but stumps.
- Artificial Limbs: He has a robotic left arm and eye.
- Cluster F-Bomb: Does one in one of his first scenes in the game.
- Herr Doktor: He has the accent of a German scientist.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: For some odd reason, he takes the vault room into space after his alien kills the Fairy Panther King. Conker opens up an airlock which winds up sucking him out into space. He even lampshades how stupid of an idea it was of him and why he didn't have a device on his chair to keep him tethered.
- Mad Scientist: After all, he was the one creating the Tediz and planting an alien egg inside of Panther King.
- Multiple-Choice Past: How he lost his legs. The N64 manual states that his legs were chopped off by the Panther King, while the multiplayer mode of Live and Reloaded shows that his legs were blown off by a bazooka-wielding SHC soldier.
- No Name Given: He was simply known as "Ze Professor" until Live and Reloaded.
- Sir Swears-a-Lot: In one of his first scenes he does a Cluster F-Bomb about how much he hates Panther King.
- Super Wheelchair: He uses a hover-chair to get around.
- The Starscream: Supposedly, he obviously doesn't like working under the Panther King but does so out of fear. Though not above talking behind his back and plotting his downfall. Considering later it's revealed he was the creator of the Tediz, it's likely he was planning a coup to take over the land.
- The Unfought: After the death of the Panther King and the reveal of Heinrich, it appears like Conker will have to deal with Ze Professor even after he defeats his alien pet. But once Conker equips with the space suit, the air escaping to space grabs the scientist away, with him unable to stay in the vessel for too long.No legs, and now NO LIFE!
- Wicked Weasel: He's a Mad Scientist weasel.
- An Offer You Can't Refuse: Twice, first time since Conker stole his money, he sends him on a suicide mission to repay him. If Conker lived, he could go free as long as he was out of Weaso's territory. If he died, then meh, no biggie. Conker manages the latter but just as he's about to head home after the War Chapter he runs into Weaso again who strong arms him into doing a bank heist though its really a ploy to bring Conker to the Panther King.
- Hero Killer: Guns down Berri when she mouths off to the Panther King.
- Karma Houdini: Gets no comeuppance for killing Berri.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Once he sees the xenomorph bust out of the Panther King, he decides to make himself scarce.
- The Don: A Mafia head
- Wicked Weasel: A weasel who isn't above slaughtering one of his own men right in front of Conker, using Conker to dispose of an entire race, or murdering a girl who had previously worked for him.
Wayne and the Wankas
- Bee Afraid: Unlike the friendlier bees governed by the Queen Bee, the Wankas aren't friendly in any way.
- Call a Rabbit a "Smeerp": They're wasps, but they're named Wankas.
- Escape Sequence: In both the first encounter and in the last phase of the second, Conker has to retrieve the Queen Bee's hive and take it back to her while dodging the stings of Wayne and the two Wankas assisting him.
- Expy: To the Zingers from the Donkey Kong Country series and, to a lesser extent, the Zubbas from Banjo-Kazooie, both because of their facial expressions and all of them being enemies.
- Moral Myopia: They're furious when Conker steals their "nice new hive"... the same hive they stole from the Queen Bee in the first place.
- Wolfpack Boss: Though Conker only has to escape from Wayne and two Wankas with the stolen hive when he first meets them, in the rematch he first has to storm their colony and exterminate all other wasps (the in-game total is 36). Only then can Conker take the Queen Bee's hive and take it back to her while dodging the stings of the angry wasp trio.
- An Arm and a Leg: Each hit in the second part of the battle involves taking away one of his arms.
- Attack Its Weak Point: The red button on its back in the second phase (in the first, any part of its body can be hit by Franky). It can only be approached and pressed while the boss is stunned via water, though.
- Didn't Need Those, Anyway: During the second phase, Haybot loses parts of its body as Conker and Franky continue pressing the red button behind its body. When Haybot is complete, it attacks by squashing the characters with both hands. When one of those hands is gone, it attacks by seizing them and then throwing them away. With both hands gone, it squashed again the characters, but with its own metallic base. With the rest of the body gone, the boss is simply defeated.
- King Mook: To the living haystacks, at least in external appearance. Unlike its smaller relatives, it's actually a robot on the inside.
- Missile Lock-On: In addition to the various melee attacks it can do, it's equipped with Suzie 9mm missiles, and shoots two of them at a time to attack Conker and Franky. But when one of these missiles breaks a water pipe, the duo can lure the boss into the leaking water to electrocute him.
- Robotic Reveal: After attacking it enough during the fight. It will burn after each hit, until a part of him finally burns away to reveal parts of a robotic body underneath. The whole thing burns away at the end of the first phase.
- Shout-Out: To Terminator 2: Judgment Day, specifically the villain T-1000, both for its robotic appearance, for its malicious attitude, and for the battle music in the second phase.
The Big Big Guy
- Attack Its Weak Point: The Brass Balls, though they can only be hit after Conker stuns the boss with the excrements that flow in the pipes.
- Flunky Boss: Inverted. The fiery devil imps are the ones controlling him. And prior to the boss battle, Conker first has to kill several of them by extinguishing them with his urine while he's drunk.
- Groin Attack: Conker hits him in his brass balls (and uses a pair of red bricks in the process). And he has to do it four times.
- Playing with Fire: Being a living boiler, it can expel a large body of fire towards Conker, as if it was a flamethrower.
The Great Mighty Poo
- Attack Its Weak Point: His mouth. When he starts singing in-battle, Conker has to throw a toilet paper roll at his mouth. And he has to do it six times.
- Big "NO!": Gives several of these when being flushed.
- Evil Sounds Deep: He sings with a deep, baritone voice.
- Fun with Flushing: Since toilet paper is not enough to take down a big poo monster, Conker ultimately defeats him by pulling the flushing lever.
- Lone Wolf Boss: He seems to have no ties with the Panther King.
- Mickey Mousing: The entire boss battle is played as a musical number.
- Sir Swears-a-Lot: His song is quite full of profanities. Given the fact he's a giant disgusting monster made of feces his language couldn't be otherwise.
- Talking Poo: Singing poo.
- Toilet Humor: Being a crappy monster, he runs on this before, during and after the battle.
- Villain Song: "The Great Mighty Poo" obviously.
Buga the Knut
- Attack Its Weak Point: First his "small bone", and immediately his butt.
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: For whatever reason, he and his girlfriend are huge compared to the other Uga Bugas.
- Bad with the Bone: His primary weapon is his giant bone. The one he has in his hands, mind you. Conker and his dinosaur friend need to hit him in the instant he's lifting the bone to prepare an attack.
- Compensating for Something: He wields a literal giant bone as a weapon, which is tied to his "small bone" that eventually leads to his defeat.
- Defeat by Modesty: He's beaten after having so much of his butt bitten out of him that his loincloth fails to stay up, forcing him to retreat in shame of his "small bone."
- Fat Bastard: Big Boner is a jerk, and it takes his own girlfriend mocking him to want to kill Conker.
- King Mook: To the various other cavemen Conker comes across.
- Teeny Weenie: He has a tiny penis, and he's pretty embarrassed about it, too.
- Asshole Victim: He may suffer due to the persistent invasion of the villagers who want to kill him, but his attitude towards Conker isn't really doing much to make him believe he's a good guy (and it's evident he isn't anyway).
- Dark and Troubled Past: Batula reveals that his lineage dates far back from an era when squirrels and panthers were an alliance, but the union was short-lived. By the events of the game, the current king in charge is the Panther King, while Batula has had to continue living in his wrecked mansion in the last centuries.
- Death by Gluttony: He drinks so much blood from the villagers that he becomes too heavy for his swing, resulting in him falling into and pulped by his own meat grinder.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: He's ultimately killed from drinking too much blood and falling into his own machine.
- Karmic Death: He could've avoided the meat grinder if he hadn't hung directly above it.
- Knight of Cerebus: If the zombies leading up to him weren't enough of an indication, the whole sequence with him is a sign that the game is going to be darker from here on out.
- Puzzle Boss: Unlike the other bosses in the game, Batula isn't fought directly. He asks Conker to lure as many villages to the meat grinder as he can so their blood can feed him. This is indeed how he's killed, because after drinking the blood of seven villagers he raises his weight so much that the rope sustaining him upside down breaks.
- Shout-Out: To Count Dracula, naturally. Though the way he's killed is very different.
- Vampire Vords: Talks like this, to complement his image.
Little Girl/the Experiment
- Attack Its Weak Point: The Little Girl herself (who can only be shot when the superweapon being used is dismantled), and the Experiment's red button in his back (which can only be hit when it tries to seize the Little Girl after she's hit).
- Brains and Brawn: One has eyes and a brain, the other has legs and a minigun. Guess which is which.
- BFG: This is the first superweapon the Experiment uses. It shoots a very concentrated amount of bullets until it stops to reload. It's during this brief time that Conker (who is driving a tank along with Rodent) has to shoot the weapon's two cannons.
- Came Back Wrong: Chris Seavor said on his Twitter that the girl is the reanimated corpse of a young squirrel girl, obviously killed by the Tediz and used as part of an experiment. When they brought her back, they obviously made her far nastier than her original self.
- Chainsaw Good: During the start of the battle, before Conker returns to the tank, the Experiment attacks with a large round chainsaw. It's an One-Hit Kill attack.
- Decoy Damsel: The little girl tries to pass herself off as an ordinary little girl needing help.
- Enfant Terrible: She doesn't, and she's not.
- Frickin' Laser Beams: They're the second superweapon used. The two cannons shoot a cream-colored laser beam that converge to a common target, in this case the tank where Conker and Rodent are. Unlike the bullet and missile cannons, these never restrain, meaning that they can only be hit when the squirrel duo does a maneuver that allows them to gain terrain and shoot the cannons before the lasers hit them.
- Girlish Pigtails: They're the only girly aspect of the Little Girl. She's otherwise a vicious killer.
- Hand Puppet: The Girl is this to The Experiment. She's the brains.
- King Mook: To the numerous Tediz that needed to be gunned down over the course of the War chapter.
- Macross Missile Massacre: The third and final superweapon used. Each of the two cannons can release up to four missiles at a time, one after another. When eight missiles are fired between the two, Conker and Rodent have a brief period of time to shoot the cannons to destroy them.
- Shout-Out: When the Little Girl starts showing Conker she's actually evil, she makes her head turn around completely like in an iconic scene from The Exorcist. She even asks Conker "do you know what your [fucking] daughter did?", though Conker quickly points out that he doesn't have any daughter.
- Spider Tank: How The Experiment ambulates.
- Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: Well, knowledge more than behavior - she seems to know a lot more about weapons than anyone her age should. She also starts swearing like a sailor when she gets angry, and then immediately damps down on the outburst and chastises herself to "keep calm".
- Two Beings, One Body: The girl and experiment seem to be individuals who were attached together, probably from Kriplespac.
- Was Once a Man: Implied. "Oh Mr. Squirrel. I haven't been a little girl in a long time."
- Final Boss: You fight this thing instead of the actual Big Bad.
- Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: This creature is fought as the actual final boss, not the Panther King.
- Rule of Three: Conker has to throw it to space three times to win the battle, though this is easier said than done since it becomes smarter and more agressive after each round.
- Shout-Out: It's a Xenomorph fought in a similar way Mario fights Bowser in Super Mario 64, and ultimately defeated in a cutscene that parodies The Matrix.
- Whip It Good: It can use its tail to attack Conker this way. And before the latter equips with a space suit, this attack can kill him instantly.
The Weasel Throne Guards
- Bare Your Midriff: In a not so Fanservice-y example, the chubby guard, Bob. He's too fat for the uniform shirt to fit him.
- Fat and Skinny: Of course they had to differentiate the two somehow, right down to the fat one being a slob stereotype.
- Heel–Face Turn: Not that they could really ever have been called evil to begin with, but they crown the exact guy they've been hunting down the entire game king and even cheer for him.
- No Name Given: Although they have a fairly large role in the game, they're some of the very few characters who've been nameless in the public eye. That is, until a fan asked Chris Seavor if they had names.
- Punch Clock Villain: They hunt down Conker with no given animosity against him or desire to do so. They're just doing it to appease their brutal king. It gets to the point where they're relieved when said king is killed.
- Those Two Guys: They're a duo of less-than-enthusiastic lackeys working for the Panther King who are always together when seen and have opposite body types. They also lack much personality aside from Bill being somewhat proper, yet dim-witted and Bob being vulgar and noticeably sharper than Bill. They would be Those Two Bad Guys if not for the fact that they don't actually do anything to impede Conker's progress and seem to only catch him when something else knocked him out or killed him.
- Wicked Weasel: Subverted. They're designated bad guys at first, but only until the Panther King dies. When the Panther King is found to have been killed, they declare that they hated him anyway and are the ones who decide that Conker should take his place. And given the roles of all the other weasels in the game, they're the least bad.
- Alcohol Hic: Occasionally in his speech.
- The Alcoholic: Probably moreso than Conker himself, as he accepts drinks from Conker and is already drunk when he debuts.
- He Knows about Timed Hits: Birdy is the one to introduce a small tutorial that shows the player how the Context Sensitive pads work by Breaking the Fourth Wall.
- Birdy: You see those buttons... Actually, you'll find that, eh, they're called Context Sensitive. And, eh, well, actually, they, eh... Press B.Conker: Press B?Birdy: Oh, yeh. The light comes on and makes this noise: "ting!" Ting noise... (lightbulb pops up) That's it.Conker: That's it?Birdy: Yeh.Conker: Okay, I'll press B.
- Meaningful Name: He's called "Birdy" because he's a scarecrow meant to scare crows away.
- Mythology Gag: Birdy is based off a programmer at Rare at the time who was nicknamed "Beardy" and loved to drink Pepsi-Max.
Mrs. Queen Bee
- Dropped a Bridge on Him: She's crushed to death off-screen by a falling piece of the windmill after it's destroyed by Rodent.
- Impoverished Patrician: She seems to have fallen on hard times since her husband left, as she has nothing even vaguely resembling a kingdom or castle besides the hive that keeps getting stolen.
- Your Makeup Is Running: Her model in Conker: Live & Reloaded gives her messy lipstick and mascara.
Gregg The Grim Reaper
- Anti-Villain: He's not really all that malicious and just does his job of collecting the souls of the deceased.
- Cats Have Nine Lives: Which is why he hates them so much; they always come back to him.
- Don't Fear the Reaper: He helps Conker out on a few occasions.
- Embarrassing First Name: "Hello, my name is Gregg...The Grim Reaper, and don't laugh."
- The Grim Reaper: Of course.
- In the Hood: Being a Grim Reaper, he's bound to have a hood.
- Mr. Exposition: At the beginning of the Spooky chapter, he gives you pointers (and a gun) on how to kill zombies.
- The Napoleon: His short stature is matched only by his grouchy attitude.
- Punch Clock Villain: After all, he's a Grim Reaper.
- Ambiguously Gay: Makes suggestive comments at Conker when he's chasing him in the barn. Although Chris Seavor has revealed that Franky actually is gay during his director's commentary on YouTube, there is no reference to this fact in the game.
- Animate Inanimate Object: "Well, I never! It's a talking pitchfork!"
- Badass Adorable: After quite the admittedly heartwarming cutscene of Franky thanking Conker for cutting him down, he helps Conker through the first boss battle by allowing Conker to ride him.
- Break the Cutie: Although he was Conker's enemy at that point, it's still a little hard to watch Ron and Reg tell Franky to kill himself.
- Bungled Suicide: He attempts to hang himself, but it ultimately doesn't work because he "doesn't have a neck of any description."
- Deep South: he speaks with a Southern accent.
- Driven to Suicide: Although it doesn't work because he has no neck to speak of.
- Good Ol' Boy: Speaks with a very stereotypically redneck accent and uses words in a way specially written to make him sound like someone from the Deep South.
- Mini-Boss: He challenges Conker when the latter enters the farm's house. He calls it quits when his charging attacks end up killing the living haystack supplies instead.
- Nice Guy: Once Conker cuts him down from his failed hanging attempt, Franky becomes very helpful to Conker and even declares that Conker is now is "bestest friend in the whole wide world."
Ron and Reg
- Animate Inanimate Object: Ron the talking paint can and his paint brush friend, Reg.
- The Bully: They call Franky names, provoke him to fight Conker although he's unwilling, and even convince him to commit suicide knowing it won't work.
- Dirty Coward: They refuse to fight Conker themselves and use the fact that they're a paint pot and brush respectively as excuses. Later, when Haybot appears, they cling to one another and shudder.
- Oh, Crap!: They have a horrified reaction when the Haybot appears after Franky's failed suicide attempt.
- Those Two Guys: They're never seen apart and are just there to be mean-spirited and annoying.
Mr. King Bee
- Buxom Is Better: Mr. Bee first refers to her as the "big-breasted babe", and prefers her over the Queen Bee for this reason.
- Friendly Tickle Torture: How Conker gets to reveal her breasts.
- Gag Boobs: Rather well known for this.
- Gainaxing: Her "stigmas" move constantly due to her swaying motions. She will even shake them occasionally for more bounce.
- Impossible Hourglass Figure: She's practically almost a stick figure with only a meager-sized stem supporting her.
- Ms. Fanservice: She's a very attractive and curvaceous sunflower.
- No Name Given: Known only as the Sunflower, although she does have various nicknames.
- Non-Mammal Mammaries: As the King Bee says, she's a sunflower with big breasts.
- Springs, Springs Everywhere: Her boobs basically act as a trampoline, allowing Conker to reach a normally impossible ledge to land on which also happens to house a wad of cash. She giggles whenever he happens to bounce on them too.
- The Gadfly: It's clear that she's teasing Conker during their first meeting.
- Sunflower: Go away! Ooh, that big tail of yours is far too tickly. (*giggles*)Conker: No, no, you don't understand. He-Sunflower: Get that big, long, hairy tail away from me! (*giggles*)Conker: Ah! Suit yourself, then.Sunflower: Hhm. Be like that.
Bugger Lugs and the Cows
- Bullfight Boss: As expected, Lugs is a bull whose primary attack is to charge at Conker.
- Bull Seeing Red: Being a stereotypical bull, Lugs hates the color red. Conker just so happens to be a red squirrel (or light orange on the Xbox remake).
- Expy: To Bigbutt from Banjo-Kazooie, both because of the looks and because both are immune to direct attacks.
- Puzzle Boss: For a Mini-Boss that appears midway through the Poo Cabin segment of the Windy chapter, the strategy to defeat him is surprisingly complex.note
- Shout-Out: At the end of the battle, Luggs makes a reference to Fat Bastard from the Austin Powers film series when he's talking about his weight. He doesn't complete the dialogue because the grate breaks, killing him when he drowns.
- The Brute: The Catfish call him such, and for good reason. He threatens anyone who draw near him by barking and snarling at them when he's tied to the center of the lake. When released, he devours anyone in sight instantly.
- All Cavemen Were Neanderthals: Averted. They're actually about as short as Conker and aren't particularly muscular.
- Bad with the Bone: Most of them use bones as weapons.
- Nemean Skinning: They wear the heads of vaguely saber-toothed tiger-looking creatures on their heads. Conker befriends a few of them by mimicking this.
- The Unintelligible: They speak pure gibberish.
Bloopie the Baby Dinosaur
- Big Eater: Can eat the Ugas Conker faces off against, but is not limited to doing so. Eats chunks of Buga's rear as well.
- Conker: I know you're not a vegetarian, but I think you should go for the meat and two veg. Looks like he needs a bit of tenderizing, though. You know what I mean?Fangy: (*nods*)
- Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: Conker tames this raptor and eventually befriends it, which helps him defeat Buga the Knut.
- Buxom Is Better: The reason why Conker tries to flirt with her is because she has large breasts.
- Insecure Love Interest: She's sure that a relationship with Conker will not work out, so she ultimately turns down his advances.
- Meaningful Name: Take a wild guess why her name is "Jugga".
- Ms. Fanservice: She and the Sunflower seem to be popular among fanartists for the same reason.
- Statuesque Stunner: She's a giant, but that doesn't stop Conker.
- Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: Conker could fit in the palm of her hand.
- The Unintelligible: Her voice-acted speech is gibberish, but the speech bubbles translate it.
- Unrequited Love: She really thinks Conker is cute, but ultimately turns him down when he flirts with her.
- A Father to His Men: He seemingly cares for and sympathizes with the young squirrels being sent to war and even waits on Conker to get to the boat before they leave. In the multiplayer, he'll give the soldiers encouragement at any opportunity, telling the player what a good job they did when they won.
- Broken Aesop: Near the end, he has a long, well-put speech about how horrific war is and how no one should be forced to take part in it, which is all well and good until you remember that he's the one who knocked out Conker and forced him to take part in the war against the Tediz.
- Forgetful Jones: He can't finish his sentences because he keeps forgetting what he was about to say.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He demands Conker get the crashed plane out of the way for him, knocks Conker out, and sends him to fight in the war without Conker's consent, but he at least has a very heartwarming speech about how War Is Hell at the end.
- A Nazi by Any Other Name: See Does This Remind You of Anything? below. It got to the point where further references to the Nazis have been removed from the game.
- Big Bad: Of the "It's War" chapter of the game.
- Does This Remind You of Anything?: There's a lot of not-so-subtle hints of them being this world's equivalent to Nazis, including the "z" in their name, the red flag with a "T" inside of a white circle in the multiplayer, and the fact that their leader speaks with a German accent.
- A Dog Named "Dog": He's named "Rodent", a kind of animal group where squirrels are included.
- Adorkable: He's pretty coy and endearing.
- Badass Adorable: Yes, he has a tender look reminiscent of Rocky the Flying Squirrel, but there's another thing the two have in common: They know how to deal with warlike criminals. Also, his equipment is capable of resisting the most powerful attacks, including the explosion of a tank and later the explosion of the Tediz island.
- Big "NO!": Does one when Conker comes closer to the little girl that he saved.
- Bulletproof Human Shield: Offers himself to be one for Conker, since he can't die by bullets.
- Break the Cutie: When he was forced to compete in the war.
- Curse Cut Short: He wakes up just as the countdown reaches zero.Rodent: (sees countdown reach zero) Oohhhh sshhhhhh- (flies away by the impact of the explosion)
- Cute but Cacophonic
- The Cutie: One of the, if not the, only character in the game who is not remotely selfish or malicious in any way.
- Disney Death: Conker mistakes him for being dead by the boss, but he wakes up later just as the countdown of the bomb that will blow up the whole island reaches zero (in that moment, he expressed a gesture of Oh, Crap! as the explosion throws him far into the skies towards the big windmill of the Panther King's country, and he survives again)
- Ridiculously Cute Critter: He looks really Adorkable, especially with his overly protective shield, high-pitched voice and glasses.
- Trapped Behind Enemy Lines: When Conker first encounters him during the War Arc, he's held prisoner by a bunch of Tediz threatening to shoot him, and Conker has to save him to make progress.
- War Memorial: Conker honors him with one when he thought he had died.