Welcome to the Gormiti character page. This page will try to cover as well as possible the various characters, both good and bad, populating the magical universe of the Island of Gorm, and includes the characters from the new TV series Gormiti The Lords Of Nature Return. Enjoy!
Tribes of GormTribe of EarthEarth Gormiti are an hard-working lot, more focused on substance than appearence, and are the tribe which boasts the hardiest and most physically impressive warriors. The downside, quite obviously, is their slow speed.
KolossusThe chosen champion of the Earth tribe, Kolossus is one hulking brute of a warrior who never backs down from a challenge and is always ready to take on any challenger. Very prideful and boastful of his abilities, he is nonetheless devoted to defending the weak and stop the predations of the Volcano tribe.
- Boisterous Bruiser
- Break the Haughty: Kolossus started out arrogant and boastful, and thought there was no warrior stronger than him. When he almost got killed for not being able to keep his tremendous strenght in check, he started to become more humble.
- Defeat Means Friendship: With Carrapax.
- Disability Superpower: Kolossus is blind, and "sees" by perceiving even the smallest movements of the earth (Much like Toph...).
- Multiarmed And Dangerous
- My God, What Have I Done?: In his battle against Carrapax, he almost died when he gave in to his anger and, with a single punch, created a fissure that was about to swallow him.
Nicholas "Nick" TrippThe chosen one who wields the power of the Earth tribe. Nick is a serious and somewhat geeky kid who likes studying and is extremely curious about everything that surrounds him. He also tries to keep his more undisciplined older brother Toby in check, even though he isn't always successful. When he activates his powers, he becomes the physically stronger member of the team... although he doesn't particularly like fighting and would much rather be chosen as the Keeper.
- Badass Bookworm
- Brainy Brunette: A male version.
- Genius Bruiser
- Hey, It's That Voice!: In the Italian dub is voiced by Yugi Muto. You can't unhear it.
- The Short Guy with Glasses
- Sibling Yin-Yang: With Toby.
CarrapaxLeader of the Sea tribe during the period of the great wars. Carrapax is a just, righteous and serious warrior who commands the respect of not just his tribe, but also that of many warriors of other tribes, and the winner of the Great Tournament of Gorm, held to determine which tribe would hold the greatest authority on the island. He's very thoughtful and slow to anger.
- Defeat Means Friendship: With Kolossus.
- Giant Enemy Crab: He's a crustacean-like creature... but he displays none of the aggressiveness usually associated with the trope.
- Honor Before Reason: So the Gormite who is about to fall to his doom is an enemy? For Carrapax, that's not enough of a reason not to help him.
- Martial Pacifist
Tobias "Toby" TrippMain protagonist of the TV series, an happy-go-lucky and hyperactive kid with a huge love from playing harmless pranks, and who would much rather go for another adventure in Gorm than study. He's Nick's older brother, and the oldest member of the team, but he usually act like he's the youngest, and often needs to be saved from whatever trouble he raised. Still, he's a brave and selfless young man whose heart is in the right place.
- Designated Victim: Poor guy, he seems to be the prime target for capture...
- Dumb Blonde: Male version.
- Evil Costume Switch: When possessed by Obscurio in Episode 5 of the first season.
- Idiot Hero
- The Plan: Yes, he's probably the last you'd expect one from... and yet, he pulled one on Burning Maul that worked perfectly!
- Sibling Yin-Yang: With Nick.
- The Trickster: Playing pranks is his forte!
LucasLucas is the Chosen One who received the power of the Forest... and predictably enough, he's the nature lover of the Four-Temperament Ensemble. He comes across as the more thoughtful of the team, and the one who takes the missions on Gorm more seriously... though he's also got a dry wit he puts to use when someone else (usually Toby...) does something stupid.
- Black Best Friend
- Deadpan Snarker
- Friend to All Living Things
- Oblivious to Love: He's the only one who still has not noticed that Gina has a crush on him...
- Only One Name
- Rocket Punch: Regenerating Wood Punch!
- Token Minority
JessicaOnly girl of the team, Jessica is a smart and determined young lady who controls the power of the Air tribe, giving her great speed and agility at the cost of physical power. She's a loyal friend despite her seemingly flightly nature, and it can be safely said that she's "one of the boys". Despite this, she's also a fashion freak (with a particularly soft spot for shoes...)
- Action Girl
- An Ice Person
- Captain Ersatz: Let's see... blonde, pretty, independent, somewhat vain, smart, a fashionista, wind-based powers... Jessica, are you sure you're not related to Izumi Orimoto?
- Dumb Blonde: Complete subversion of the trope: she's one of the smartest members of the team.
- The Fashionista
- Little Miss Badass: An orange belt at Judo at the age of 12.
- Only One Name
- She Cleans Up Nicely: Woah, Jessica, you really do!
- The Smurfette Principle: Averted. She's the only girl in the team, but she isn't treated any differently from the guys.
- You Go Girl
- Big Bad: In Season 1 of the TV series.
- The Dragon: Becomes this to Obscurio in Season 2.
- Evil Overlord
- Talking to Himself: In the TV Series he haves the same voice as Orrore Profondo.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Obscurio does this to him after he's awakened Incubion and Oneiron.
- Body Horror: Look at his arm!
- Boisterous Bruiser
- Demoted to Extra: He appears once in Season 2, then disappears.
- Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: In the TV series.
- Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: In the toyline.
- Small Name, Big Ego: In the TV series.
- Villain Decay: Take a good look at his tropes...
- Demoted to Extra: In Season 2
- Evil Overlord
- Manipulative Bastard: He's the one who convinced Elios, the leader of the Air tribe, to commit a Face-Heel Turn.
- Talking to Himself: In the TV Series he haves the same voice as Magmion.
- Villain Decay: In the TV series, he's not quite as scarily competent as he was in the toyline... Avoided in the comics, though.
The Supreme Luminescent
- Big Bad: In Season 2.
- Card-Carrying Villain
- Evil Laugh
- Hey, It's That Voice!: He is the fucking Batman!
- Moral Event Horizon: Yeah, depriving your most loyal servant of his powers is a great way to repay him for what he's done for you... isn't it, you Ungrateful Bastard?
- Noble Demon: He does have grudging respect towards the Supreme Luminescent and considers him a Worthy Opponent.
- His latest actions in the series disqualify him for this trope.
- The Only One Allowed to Defeat You: Towards the Supreme Luminescent.