Heroic BSOD: Has one when he realizes he caused the massacre of the Deranged Village. It doesn't stick. Later has a bigger one when his music gets turned down. This one sticks until you do his sidequest.
Idiot Hero: Of all the dumbasses in the game, he is easily one of the biggest.
Dumbass Has a Point: That said, there are some moments when he ends up saying something really helpful.
Magic Knight: Without stat modification, he is best suited for this.
Medium Awareness: The fact that he can apparently hear the admin theme playing suggests this.
Bot Crusher Mod Vlarix
Magic-Using ModOne of the two mods to join the party at Kashyyyk and the main magic user.
Admin Theme? What Admin Theme?: Tends to get confused whenever someone breaks the Fourth Wall, such as when Prelich points out the admin theme is playing in the last room of The Hall Of Banterous Bosses.
Wait, that's a MAN?!* Dude looks like a lady!The third Admin you face. Has long since lost his marbles. This is all but literal; find his marbles, and he'll revert back to his sane (yet insanely powerful) form, Felix Falora. And you will promptly regret that decision.
Bonus Boss: Not just the rematch with him and Isaac, Lord of the Ass, but also the battle with his true self, Felix Falora. Felix is, in particular, a Bonus Boss designed for mere bragging rights due to his sheer difficulty.
Bold Inflation: Psychotic's botched speech pattern makes use of this often.
The Caligula: Not explicitly stated, but judging by the way he acts, it's pretty obvious. His battle theme (Gothic Neclord) and dungeon theme (Passacaria) also help in this regard. This is most certainly true of Felix Falora, as proven by the Bad Ending acquired if you decide to join his takeover campaign.
Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Probably the biggest example in the game. Reverting him back to sanity is how you fight Felix Falora.
Real Life Writes the Plot: Felix Falora is so named as his IRL counterpart shares the same name for his YouTube channel, and is also the name of one of his first roleplay characters.
Seven Deadly Sins: Represents Lust. Which is probably why he was the one having sex with Lilith. This could equally represent Felix Falora's lust for power, as proven by his Bad Ending.
Summon Magic: Felix Falora is able to summon the Pikachu from the "Snow on Mt. Silver" Creepypasta and Pinkamena from MLP fanfic "Cupcakes" as assistants during his battle.
The Unintelligible: There are times when it can get hard to tell just what it is Psychotic Nekomata is saying. So when he transforms back into Felix Falora, the transition into regular speech can be and often is rather jarring.
Fusion Dance: Quotes the Trope Namer verbatim during the rematch with him and Joshscorcher when they fuse into The Laughing Autarch.
Real Life Writes the Plot: The Autarch of Flame and Joshscorcher are friends in Real Life, and are known to work together to make collab videos, which is why they are fought together in the rematch. Said collab videos are referred to in the intro as "A Laughing Autarch Production".
Omnicidal Maniac: Hinted to be one whenever he transforms into the "Soul of Flame"
Bad Boss: Even before he's revealed to be the Big Bad, he tries to zap Prelich for not paying attention to him at the beginning of the game, and even threatens to kill him. Not to mention he was planning on executing the Dyslexia Innkeeper.
Berserk Button: Trust us, trying to list them all would take too long.
The Caligula: While he is nowhere near as insane as Psychotic Nekomata, his mental state is still rather questionable. Evidence of this includes the people he's had put in Hellsylum for whatever mundane reasons (such as a succubus for getting old and Gabe Newell for not making Half-Life 2: Episode 3), keeping a house cat in a zoo and the presence of cocaine snowmen in his castle. Of course, he's the king of Hell after all, and it may have something to do with the Goat of Chaos's possession.
Obviously Evil: It's pretty clear from his appearance and musical theme that he is not a good person even before it's revealed he was using you to take over the theater. Later Subverted when it turns out that, without the influence of the Goat of Chaos, he isn't evil.
One-Winged Angel: Has three ultimate forms that can be fought depending on how you played the game - Lord Camelslayer, Demon Lord Camelslayer, and Chaotic Camelslayer, the game's True Final Boss.
...He's an Innkeeper. What do you want?* He has a brother, you know.He's the innkeeper in Dyslexia Village. Do we need to say anything else? He's also one of Camelslayer's demonic minions.
Bonus Boss: However, you can only fight him before Camelslayer is revealed to be the Big Bad.
Butt Monkey: Not only can you start a fire by activating the inn's hexagram (provided you have Rince's Admin Powers), you can also kill him for no reason. Oh, and Camelslayer had him scheduled for execution.
The Dev Team Thinks of Everything: Camelslayer reveals he was planning to execute him right after you kill him. Since he's a Bonus Boss, you don't have to fight him. If you don't fight him and come back after Camelslayer is revealed to be the Big Bad, you will find out he has been executed.
Shoplift and Die: He tries to pull this on you for starting a fire in his inn (or rather, activating the portal to William's dimension). He fails.
Pope Benedict Arnold
Yes, a Pope went to Hell. Don't think about it.* RELIGION! Resides in a cathedral on Ignis Insulae and guards the Unholy Grail.
Light Is Not Good: He's a Pope. He's also one of Camelslayer's minions and lives in Hell.
Creator Cameo: Aside from being a user, he was also the cutscene artist for the game.
The Corrupter: He seems to play this role to Magnum, claiming his potential is being held back by Prelich, and supposedly succeeds when defeated. However, it's only because he's possessed by the Goat of Chaos.
Just call him the Filth Reaper. * Considering the state of the room he kills people in, he's not doing a very good job of being a janitor.Rince's janitor, and the one killing all the people who sleep in a certain room in the inn at Dyslexia Village.
Almighty Janitor: Quite literally. While he isn't the hardest boss in the game, he can still be somewhat of a challenge to an unprepared player.
Don't. Touch. The. Bucket.* Otherwise "u cant c teh best edning"An elephant seal * Yes, he actually is a seal. residing in the Village of Flame. He's very fond of buckets (or, as he would call them, "bukkits").
Berserk Button: You will not steal his bucket if you value your life. He will murder you if you do. For that matter, don't promise to get him a bigger bucket and forget to do so before finishing the game.
Despite the reviews, he is not a brony.* KA-BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!Also known as the Fiery Joker. Runs the Infernal Bootcamp in the Desert of Flame.
Berserk Button: Prelich can try pressing many of these and fail. Telling him to "Brohoof" will set him off. So does insulting his status a member of the Marine band. Of course, pushing that one is necessary to forge the Banhammer.
THIS ENTRY IS COMPLEEEEETE!!!* FUUUUUUUUUUUCK!!! The Prince of Darkness and former ruler of Hell, before Camelslayer took over. Uses ice attacks rather than the traditional "fiery" depictions of the Devil.
Whole Dialogue Reference: His and the party's dialogue in the fight with him is heavily derived from "Beelzeboss" by Tenacious D. Appropriately enough, this is the theme that plays when you fight Satan.
The Goat Of Chaos
You can scream now.* Get it? Scape"Goat"? A goat the Admins put their sins into. Is ultimately one of the main reasons this whole quest is happening.
Bigger Bad: He's ultimately the reason almost everything in the game happens.
Bonus Boss: One of the biggest bonus bosses of the game. Unusual for this trope, defeating him is required to get the best ending.
Don't You Dare Pity Me!: When Tambot attempts to express sympathy for the Goat, he essentially says to spare him her pity.
Eldritch Abomination: While he doesn't drive everyone he meets insane, his nature as a literal scapegoat imbued with the sins of the Admins make him pretty incomprehensible.
Killer Rabbit: Be honest. Did you really expect a GOAT to be this powerful?
Mr. Exposition: serves as one of these regarding his origins and the nature of the Admins
Mythology Gag: A weird one. While the idea of the Goat of Chaos existed before Forum Fantasy came out, the game was what really fleshed him out as a part of the Theater and lead to at least one member having plans to use him as a character in their own game.