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Characters: Gravity Falls Creatures And Other Oddities
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Tropes shared by multiple entries

  • Monster of the Week: So far, each being on this page has only appeared and a role in one episode apiece, the exception being the Gnomes, Blendin Blandin, and Bill Cipher.
  • Our Monsters Are Weird: You have your average creatures, with basis in mythology and folklore, and then you have things that make you wonder if the designers had a few nips before getting their pencils.

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Monsters, Creatures, and Other Oddities (Beware of unmarked spoilers!)

    The Gnomes 
"We'll never forget you, Mabel. Because we're gonna kidnap you."
— Jeff

The little men of the Gravity Falls forest.
  • Adorable Evil Minions: Let's face it: the gnomes are pretty cute.
  • Aerith and Bob: Parodied. The five gnomes who make up Norman are named Jeff, Carson, Jason, Steve and Shmebulock.
  • Affably Evil: Jeff is very friendly and personable, but still tries to force a twelve-year old girl to marry thousands without regret.
    • He was also planning on eating Steve if he didn't get any pie.
  • And Now You Must Marry Me: The gnomes kidnap Mabel and try to force her into marry all of them so that she can become their new queen.
  • Cephalothorax: They have some body besides their head and limbs, but it's so small that their beards obscure it from the front.
  • Decapitated Army: Once Jeff is blasted off into the horizon, the gnomes are utterly without direction. One can even be heard saying "Orders! I need orders!"
  • The Leader: Jeff is apparently the only one capable of giving orders to the other gnomes; the second he's incapacitated they fall apart and scatter.
  • Mars Needs Women: G-rated version: Gnomes wanted Mabel to become their queen by marriage.
  • One-Gender Race: Hence their need for a Queen.
  • Our Gnomes Are Weirder: For starters, they vomit rainbows.
    • Jeff baths in a tub of squirrels, although it's implied that one is not really a gnome thing, and more just Jeff...
    • Their cameo in "Society of the Blind Eye" implies that they have cannibalistic tendencies. But this might also have just been Jeff.
  • Pokémon Speak: Shmebulock can only say his own name.
    Jeff: Is Shmebulock all you can say?
    Shmebulock: *looks sad* Shmebulock.
  • Totem Pole Trench: Their Norman disguise.
  • We Will Meet Again: Hasn't paid off yet.
    • In fact, the Pines had to go and meet them when they thought the Gnomes could help fight Gideon.
  • Yandere: "Mabel, marry us before we do something crazy!"
  • Young and in Charge: Jeff appears younger than the other gnomes, and may be the leader due to this. The other gnomes seems somewhat senile or even feral in comparison.

    The Gravity Falls Gobblewonker 

The Gobblewonker is a legendary sea monster that is thought to live at the bottom of Lake Gravity Falls.

    The Mystery Shack Wax Statue Collection 
"We're cursed! Cursed to come to life whenever the moon is waxing!"
— Wax Sherlock Holmes

Voiced by: John Oliver (Sherlock Holmes), Coolio (himself), Larry King (himself)

The Wax figures are living wax sculptures that Grunkle Stan stole from a garage sale and used as attractions in the Mystery Shack.

  • As Himself: Both of the Coolio and Larry King wax figures actually are actually voiced by the real Coolio and Larry King.
  • An Axe to Grind: Lizzie Borden of course.
  • Faux Affably Evil: A bunch of goofy wax statues...who happen to be vengeful potential murderers. Larry King, however, seems to be genuinely Affably Evil, even giving Mabel advise on clothing.
  • Five-Bad Band:
  • Hartman Hips: Wax Lizzie Borden.
  • Living Statues: They were brought to life by some sort of curse.
  • Revenge: After Stan locked them away, they wait ten years just to seek vengeance on him. When Soos finds them, they come to life once again and attempt to murder Stan, but accidentally decapitate the wax replica of him.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: They were locked away after Stan shut down the wax museum until Soos stumbled onto them years later.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: They can be melted quite easily.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Kill them, actually.

    Pa and Ma 
"That's why we hate teenagers so much, don't we, honey?"

Voiced by: Ken Jenkins and April Winchell

Pa and Ma were two ghosts who died at and haunted the Dusk 2 Dawn convenience store.

  • Affably Evil: They're such a sweet, old couple that you could easily forget that they're also vengeful and sadistic spirits who inflict horrible punishments on the teenagers who broke into their haunting grounds.
  • Berserk Button: They really don't like teenagers.
  • Evil Old Folks: They're a couple of sadistic old bats, at least towards teenagers.
  • Freudian Excuse: When they were alive, teenagers were a scourge on their store, always upsetting customers with their boom boxes and "disrespectful" short pants. Pa and Ma banned them, causing the teenagers to retaliate with their rap music. The lyrics to the music were so shocking (by their standards) that they were stricken down with double heart attacks. Thus, they hate teenagers and haunt the Dusk 2 Dawn.
  • Ghostly Goals: To get revenge on teenagers.
  • Happily Married: Even in death, as it turns into an Unholy Matrimony.
  • Reality Warpers: Inside of the abandoned convenience store, they are basically omnipotent.
  • Teens Are Monsters: They wholeheartedly believe this.
  • Wouldn't Hurt a Child: Teenagers, however, are fair game...

    The Manotaurs 
"Not man enough? Not man enough!? I have three Y chromosomes, six Adam's apples, pecs on my abs, and fists for nipples!"
— Testosteraur

Voiced by: Kevin Michael Richardson (Leaderaur, Chutzpar), Keith Ferguson (Testosteuraur, Glurk), and Fred Tatasciore (Pituitaur)

A species of half man, half Minotaur creatures who reside in the mountains. Emphasis on man.

    The Multi-Bear 
"This is foolish. Leave now or die!"

Voiced by: Alfred Molina

The Multi-Bear is a magical beast that lives in the Multi-Bear's cave at the top of a high mountain.

    The Photocopy Clones 
"Dipper, please, this is you you're talking about."
— Tyrone

Voiced by: Jason Ritter

The clones are copies of Dipper, made from Stan's Copy Machine.

  • Adorkable: Given who they were cloned from, this is hardly surprising.
  • Anti-Mutiny: The clone Dippers betray the real Dipper because he wanted to abandon their ridiculously detailed plan and just talk to Wendy directly. When #2 realizes that the original plan wasn't working, they laugh it off and share a soda instead.
  • Body Horror: Paper Jam Dipper is halfway between being paper and a solid object and folded in numerous places, making him so misshapen that he can't talk clearly and is glad to die.
  • Clone Degeneration: Due to the copier getting jammed, the fourth Dipper is a disturbing malformed creature.
  • Clones Are People Too: All of the clones, save for the arm and the Paper Jam clone, are identical to Dipper in both appearance and personality. This means that they share the same motivations as Dipper, including their crush on Wendy. The original Dipper shows legitimate concern when Tyrone melts away.
  • Cloning Blues: Mostly averted. The clones are all for doing the original Dipper's dirty work and getting nothing in return until the original deviates from the plan. Tyrone even casually reminds the original that he can be destroyed in the case of a rebellion.
  • Evil Twin: Zig Zagged. The clones are more than happy to help Dipper with his plan to woo Wendy... but when Dipper goes against the scheduled plan to dance with Wendy by talking to her in the hallway, the clones turn on him. Even this was far from being evil, though; they just decide to get Dipper out of the way by putting him in a closet and even make sure he's comfortable there with snacks and a coloring book.
  • Four Is Death: The Paper Jam Clone is the fourth clone made, though the clones made after him continue the numbering at 4.
  • Nominal Importance: The first clone Dipper creates, and the most important one, chooses to call himself Tyrone (the name Dipper apparently always wanted). The rest are just referred to as Dipper 3, Paper-Jam Dipper, etc.
  • Obsessed Are The List Makers: And how! In fact, the only reason why they attack Dipper is that he decided to deviate from the original plan.
  • Our Clones Are Identical: Except the clones lack the tree graphic on their hat, which is where Dipper writes their identifying numbers. Also, Paper Jam Dipper is very different from the rest. On top of that, they look a little desaturated in color compared to the original Dipper.
  • The Unintelligible: Paper Jam Dipper can only communicate in incoherent "NYANG NYANG NYANG" noises.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: The clones can be destroyed with liquids, namely water and soda.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Clones 3 and 4 are never seen again after stealing Robbie's bike. Given that Tyrone killed himself by drinking soda, indicating he didn't know liquids were dangerous, they probably didn't last that long.
  • You Are Number Six: Played straight with all the clones except Paper Jam Dipper and Number Two, who is called Tyrone.

    Quentin Trembley 
"The only thing we have to fear is gigantic, man eating spiders!"

Voiced by: Alex Hirsch

Sir Lord Quentin Trembley III, Esq., is a mysterious figure involved in the many riddles of Gravity Falls and America itself.

    Blendin Blandin 
"You shut your time mouth!"

Voiced by: Justin Roiland

Blendin Blenjamin Blandin is a time traveler who was sent to stop a series of time anomalies that were supposed to happen during the Mystery Fair.

  • Adorkable: The beyond awkward photo on his ID card depicts him smiling an incredibly nervous, toothy smile, and he's sweating profusely.
  • Alliterative Name
  • Bald of Awesome/Bald of Evil: Not a single hair on his head. Near the end of "Blendin's Game," however, the twins grant him some hair in addition to his job back.
  • Butt Monkey: From start to finish, he's an utter joke.
  • Gadget Watches: Blendin's watch also functions as a communicator and a cloaking device.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: He's wearing them constantly but it's unclear what they do.
  • Harmless Villain: Generally a mess. His attempts to correct this by training in prison fail miserably.
    Mabel: He's too sad to be a bad guy.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: As Mabel pointed out, he's too pitiful to actually hate.
  • Jerkass: Childishly mocks one of his captors' mundane, but sweet wish to retire early.
  • Heel-Face Turn: Blendin becomes a more decent person to the Mystery Twins when they own up to their mistake and get him his job back.
  • Large Ham: "MEMORY WIPE!!!"
  • Man Child: Slips into this territory when Dipper convinces him to take a break from his work and relax, and ride one of the rides at the fair. He's shown yelling jubilantly as he does so.
    • He also takes it personally when Mabel doubts his claim to be a time traveler, and he's awfully quick to try to impress and convince two kids he's never met before.
    • His boasting costs him the Globnar.
  • Nervous Wreck: He's as timid and easily-upset as they get, and it's partially thanks to this he's so easily manipulated.
  • No Indoor Voice: Not surprising, considering that he's voiced by Justin Roiland. At one point during "Blendin's Game," Lolph mutes him mid-sentence to spare himself.
  • Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: Blendin is sent back to prevent a series of time anomalies that occurred only because Dipper and Mabel got their hands on his time machine.
  • SpaceX: Or "Time X".
  • Strange Minds Think Alike: Agrees with Soos that using the Time Wish to make an infinite pizza is a good call.
  • Time Police: He's an agent of the Time Paradox Avoidance Enforcement Squadron, and his job is to correct time anomalies.
  • We Will Meet Again: After the Pines inadvertently ruin his life, he swears temporal revenge by keeping their parents from meeting. They write him off when they realize he hasn't changed the past already.

    Time Baby 

A giant, time-devouring, baby-like monster currently frozen in Antarctica. For unknown reasons, he will wage a war in the distant future, while also leading human time travelers to fix timeline anomalies.

    Rumble Mc Skirmish 
"YOU TAKE THAT BACKKK!"

Voiced by: Brian Bloom

Rumble McSkirmish is a playable fighter in an arcade game called Fight Fighters. Dipper brought him into the real world by using the ultimate power code that he found on the lower left side of the arcade game.

    The Summerween Trickster 

"Trick or treat or die."

Voiced by: Jeff Bennett

The Summerween Trickster is a large, light purple monster with a yellow-green jack-o-lantern mask.

  • Berserk Button: Don't "lack Summerween spirit" near this guy. Don't throw candy in the trash, either.
  • Child Eater/To Serve Man: If Dipper, Mabel, Grenda and Candy fail to meet his candy quota for the night, he'll eat them.
  • Dark Is Evil: His appearance is usually combined with flickering lights, and he gives the kids "until the last jack-o-melon is blown out" to get him his candy.
  • Death Seeker: Being made up of "Loser candy", he strongly desires to be eaten.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Threatens to kill Mabel and Dipper because they refused to give him candy. And of course, eating children because of the unwanted candy in the city.
  • The Dreaded: Just look how terrified Soo's is to learn he's after the twins, while taking in account all the other supernatural creatures they've encountered and beaten.
  • Expy: His uncloaked form is visually similar to Noh-Face from Spirited Away.
  • Faux Affably Evil: At first. Calm, soft-spoken. Eats a child off-handedly.
  • Freudian Excuse: The Summerween Trickster wants revenge for all of the discarded candy that no one liked. All he wanted was for someone to say that he tasted good.
  • Guttural Growler: Quite, and his voice gets progressively worse the angrier he gets.
  • I Got a Rock: As an amalgamation of rejected Halloween candy, he is more or less the manifestation of this trope.
  • Knight of Cerebus: He's the first villain on the show to be played seriously, and has a rather sinister facade.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: He is the embodiment of lousy candy that gets thrown out. All he ever wanted was for one person to find him delicious.
  • Lean and Mean: In his initial form, he's as thin as a broom handle.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: When it's time to start killing, he becomes less of a man and more of a spider.
  • Pulling Themselves Together: And they thought they had defeated him...
  • Soft-Spoken Sadist
  • Tears of Joy: When he finally finds someone (Soos) who thinks he tastes good, and cries tears of candy corn.
  • The Trickster: Would appear to be this In Name Only, since his threats and desires are incredibly simple and straight-forward.
  • Villain Teleportation: He seemingly can appear anywhere.
  • The Worm That Walks: He's made of candy that was discarded because no wanted to eat it.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Would eat one, in fact.
  • Your Costume Needs Work: Dipper's reaction to his presence at first.

    The Gremloblin 

A giant, rampaging beast, with the ability to show a person their worst nightmare.

    Tumbleweed Terror Pinball Game 
"Get ready to meet your maker, kids! My maker is Ballway Games, in Redmond, Washington."

Voiced by John DiMaggio

A pinball game with a Wild West theme and a sentient, talking cowboy skull. When Soos gets the high score by tilting with Dipper and Mabel's help, the skull sucks them into the game.

  • Achilles' Heel: The main power switch. Not only shuts down the entire system, but also releases those trapped.
  • Badass Mustache: The skull, again.
  • Berserk Button: Hates being tilted. As a pinball machine, his whole world is pinball, so he's not too happy when you mess with his only purpose.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: The cowboy skull.
  • Gold Tooth
  • Nice Hat: The cowboy hat worn by the 'talking skeleton guy'.
  • No Fair Cheating: Punishes tilting with sucking the offenders into the game and killing them.
  • Pinball
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning
  • Shout-Out: Ballway Games is most likely a Portmanteau of Bally Electronics and Midway Games, two popular pinball manufacturers in the late 80s to mid-90s, when pinball was at its peak in popularity.note  Tumbleweed Terror, in turn, is probably based on the similarly-themed and similarly-alliterated Cactus Canyon.
  • Vacuum Mouth

    Mermando 
"There are some who call me... Mermando! (Beat) This is because Mermando is my name."

Voiced by Matt Chapman

A young Latin merman who winds up trapped in Gravity Falls public pool. Luckily Mabel befriends him and helps break him out.

    Sev'ral Timez 
Voice by: Lance Bass, Alex Hirsch, Matt Chapman

A good looking, astonishingly dim Boy Band made up of clones. Its members are Greggy C, Creggy G, Leggy P, Chubby Z, and Deep Chris.

  • Adorkable: Their cluelessness is really endearing.
  • Born in the Wrong Century: Downplayed: Dipper describes them as "the boy-band that came a decade too late".
  • Boy Band
  • Brainless Beauties: Male examples, but to be fair, they spent their whole entire lives in a cage.
  • Creator Cameo: Alex Hirsch provides some of their voice work, as does episode co-writer Matt Chapman.
  • Dance Battler: Except not really.
    Oh no! They're aggressively dancing at us!
  • Dumb Blondes: Neither one of them seem to be that smart.
  • Extreme Doormat: They are extremely submissive and timid, which is why they didn't stand up to their manager or Mabel when they were trapped with them.
  • Fanservice: In-universe.
  • Five-Man Band: Sev'ral Times is a literal example.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: With visible irises as well.
  • Man Child: The result of being raised in a giant hamster cage and verbally abused by their evil manager.
  • Meaningful Name: Sev'ral Timez were cloned from the same template several times. It's also a parody of "One Direction": instead of a word denoting singular followed by a word denoting space, it's a word denoting plural followed by a word denoting time.
  • Mundane Object Amazement: Frequently. "Yo, I heard about these things called 'trees?!' I dunno WHAT they are, but I wanna KISS one!"
  • Nice Guy: The bandmates are portrayed as friendly, kind, respectful, and pretty sweet people. Jokingly suggested with the lyric "WE'RE NON-THREATENING!"
  • Non Indicative Name: Chubby Z really doesn't look all that chubby.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: They're the only characters so far with visible irises.
  • Non-Uniform Uniform: Probably so you can tell them apart.
  • Odd Name Out: Deep Chris.
  • Our Clones Are Identical: Only their clothes and hairstyle visibly separates them.
  • The Pollyanna: All of the members of Sev'ral Timez are really cheerful and surprisingly adjusted, considering their situation.
  • Pretty Boys
  • Raised by Wolves: Raised in a giant hamster cage, so they tend to act like hamsters.
  • Xtreme Kool Letterz

    The Pterodactyl 
A prehistoric beast, unleashed on Gravity Falls after millions of years of being suspended in tree sap.

  • Badass Normal: Compared to the other villainous beasts, who had some element of the supernatural to them, it's just a regular "dinosaur".
  • Expy: Very similar to Ridley, namely the design and stealing the lead girl's Morality Chain.
  • Ptero Soarer: Looks like an unholy mixture of all stereotypes, down to the scaly skin, being called a "dinosaur", having eagle-like hindlimbs, leathery wings, having a Pteranodon crest alongside rather mismatched teeth, making chicken-like nests and having zero to no body fat. Strangely enough, though, it walks quadrupedally, like a real pterosaur.
  • Reptiles Are Abhorrent: Has rather unrealistic slit pupils and make lizardy noises.

    Bill Cipher 
"Beware of Bill, the most powerful and dangerous creature I've ever encountered. Whatever you do, never let him enter your mind".
-Journal Entry

Voiced by: Alex Hirsch

A mysterious demon summoned by Gideon in his efforts to take over the Mystery Shack.

  • Above Good and Evil: Suggested heavily by Dipper and Mabel's Guide to Mystery and Nonstop Fun where he writes "Nostradamus was a hack! Morality is a mental cage designed by the weak! How's Annie?!"
  • Affably Evil: Does make a few jabs and attacks at the characters, but overall seems rather polite, and even compliments the characters on how smart they are when they fight and defeat him but at the same time, pleasantries aside he's still malicious and incredibly unpredictable.
  • Ax-Crazy: Oh hell yes. He pulls out the teeth from a deer's mouth For the Evulz. Or to purposefully freak Gideon out. Or because he thought it was funny. Or all three.
    Gideon: You're Insane!
    Bill Cipher: Sure I am. What's your point?
  • Beware the Silly Ones: He's a rather silly-looking pyramid thing that wouldn't look out of place on a neon sign, and has a laid back jokey personality. He's also every bit as dangerous as his reputation suggests, and can make your life hell if you get him angry enough.
  • Big Bad Ensemble: His second apperance is entirely independent of Gideon, so whatever his goals he'll be pursusing them himself.
    • Bigger Bad: Nothing is definite, but all signs so far point to this. The main cipher in the show's intro features him surrounded by icons of the main cast, his symbol (the Illuminati eye) is seen all over the show, the journal states him to be the most dangerous creature the author ever encountered bar none, there are hidden warnings related or alluding to him sprinkled across the entire series so far, and whatever ultimate secrets are hidden in the journal, he knows and wants to keep Dipper from finding out what they are. All of this is in pursuit of some ultimate scheme he swears will turn the world on its head.
  • Bowties Are Cool: It can turn into a TV screen!
  • Card-Carrying Villain: Whether he's being directly antagonistic (Sock Opera) or not (Dreamscaperers), everything he does is without remorse and with insane glee nonetheless.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: Bill appears as a Freeze-Frame Bonus at the very end of the opening theme, and the Eye of Providence itself is an Arc Symbol that sometimes appears as a drawing of him.
  • Creator Cameo: Yet another character voiced by Alex Hirsch.
  • Cyclops
  • Deal with the Devil:
    • He agrees to help Gideon take over the Mystery Shack in exchange for help with his secret plan. He acts as the devil in this scenario, and the way he phrases the deal implies that Gideon wouldn't agree to help if he knew what was in store for him. However, Mabel's interference keeps Cipher from upholding his end of the bargain, so Gideon gets off with no consequences.
    • Tries it with Dipper in "Sock Opera". Dipper's Genre Savvy enough to realize it's a horrible idea. He ends up agreeing to help Bill after the laptop prepares to erase all of its data. Naturally, it goes horribly, with Bill taking Dippers body and destroying the Laptop before trying to get his hands on the Journal.
  • Dragon with an Agenda: He only followed Gideon's orders in his debut because they match up with his goals (which have something to do with Stan Pines), and because Gideon agreed to aid him in return.
  • The Dreaded: The journal describes him as the single most dangerous creature in Gravity Falls. Even Gideon is scared of him, though this seems to fade pretty quickly.
  • Dream Walker: This is implied to be the reason he's able to warp reality to his whims, as he's only shown to use his powers within a black-and-white environment, of which the characters are seen blinking as if they've just woken up after he's done talking to Gideon, and why he's so powerful in Stan's dreamscape. The Author mentioned that Bill first appeared to him in his dreams. It's possible for him to possess a body and interact with the physical world, but then he's limited by that body's abilities.
  • Eldritch Abomination: Very quirky and affable, but still very alien and incomprehensible. Even his moniker as a "demon" is rather superficial.
  • Energy Being: Describes himself as a being of pure energy.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: Mabel's Jerkass Realization took Bill by surprise as he doesn't believe Mabel would feel remorse about all those sacrifices Dipper made. This is apparently why Bill's "The Reason You Suck" Speech to Mabel fails.
    Bill Cipher: I mean, who would sacrifice everything they've worked for just for their dumb sibling?
    Mabel: ...Dipper would.
  • Evil Former Friend: The journals mention Bill have the author speaking favorably and personally of him until a certain point where he suddenly starts calling him insanely dangerous and untrustworthy. Given his behavior, Bill was likely a False Friend even back then.
  • Evil Laugh
  • Evil Plan: We don't know what it is yet, but we do know that he considers Dipper's quest for answers about the Author and the Journals a serious threat, so he destroys the Laptop and tries to do the same to Journal # 3. We get a hint in one of the ciphers in Sock Opera:
    " No Puppet Strings Can Hold Me Down, So Patiently I Watch This Town, Abnormal Soon Will Be The Norm, Enjoy The Calm Before The Storm."
  • Exact Words: Bill showed expertise at this when trying to coerce Dipper into a deal. "I can help you, kid, you just gotta listen to my demands!" were his exact words. He was being perfectly honest, because unless he took Dipper's body, he couldn't directly interact with the laptop anyway. Taking Dipper's body meant he could help him, that it was possible, and that's all he promised.
  • Eye Beams: One of his powers.
  • Evil Is Hammy: Regardless of motives, he's definitely amoral and a hell of a ham.
  • Freeze-Frame Bonus: A lot about Bill can be in the Journal page's if you look close enough.
  • Graceful Loser: Averted when his Affably Evil goes straight out of the window when his plans are ruined, but then played straight when he decides to let the kids go for their effort.
  • Grand Theft Me: Takes over Dipper's body after Dipper agrees to a deal with him.
  • Great Gazoo: So long as he's in the Dreamscape, reality is his to command.
  • Hidden Agenda Villain: It's clear that he's planning something, but it's not clear what.
  • High-Pressure Emotion: He Turns Red when he's angry enough.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Turns out that Dipper wasn't an ideal host due to the fact Dipper didn't get any sleep obsessing about the laptop (which Bill himself manipulated into his favor in the first place). Constantly and senselessly damaging the body he was in didn't help matters much either.
  • I Let You Win: He claims to have stopped fighting in "Dreamscapers" by his own choice and responds sarcastically when Dipper referred to that as defeating him.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Introduced in what's being considered the darkest and most terrifying episode of the series to date, despite his Laughably Evil personality and oddball design. Within his first few seconds onscreen, he telekinetically yanks out a deer's teeth and gives them to Gideon. At least he undoes it a moment later, though it's still rather horrifying. He only gets worse in his second episode, where he starts by he gives Dipper a "present" of his own: a severed head that's constantly screaming. Even his entry in Journal #3 is horrifying. Not only are the pages covered in what is likely blood splatters, a warning is written in red to never summon him. Take into account the Author wrote both Journal #2 (which summons him) and Journal #3 (which has an incantation to fight against him), something terrifying must have happened between them.
  • Laughably Evil: A sarcastic, jokey triangle thing. Also a cunning, sadistic jerk.
  • Light Is Not Good: Bill's always accompanied by a bright glow. It's also based on the Eye of Providence and The Illuminati's solar/eye symbolism.
  • Logical Weakness: When he pulls a Grand Theft Me on Dipper, he is bound by the physical limitations of his body. And as Mabel points out, Dipper is sleep deprived at the moment.
  • Louis Cypher: One of his namesakes.
  • Meaningful Name: It is no coincidence that the most mysterious entity of the show (and possibly the one with the answer to all the mysteries) has almost the same name as one of the most famous unsolved cipher codes in US history. "Bill" might also refer to a banknote, as Cipher's body shape closely resembles the Eye of Providence found on the US dollar bill. Last but not least, a possible reference to Louis Cypher.
  • The Mad Hatter:
    Gideon: You're insane!
    Bill: Sure I am. What's your point?
  • Manipulative Bastard: He knows how to word his deals to be far more in his favor than they seem, and take advantage of people's desperation to keep them from examining them too closely.
  • Mysterious Past: Was in Gravity Falls along time ago and he has some connection with Stan Pines and the author. He also possesed a body at some point.
  • Nice Hat: A skinny topper. In contrast to his body, it's three-dimensional.
  • The Nicknamer: When speaking to someone, he'll often refer to them by a symbol associated with them (typically visible on an article of clothing; they've also appeared in a circle around him), e.g. calling Dipper "Pine Tree" and Soos "Question Mark."
  • No Indoor Voice: He seems to shout everything he says, not unlike the Williams Street interpretation of Brak. Somehow, he manages to shout even louder when he loses his cool.
  • Noodle Incident: The author wrote in the journals that he considered Bill his best friend. Then something happened that made him cross out that entry out and write "Can't be trusted" and "DO NOT SUMMON AT ALL COSTS!". His entry in Journal #3 is covered in blood.
  • The Omniscient: At least very knowledgeable. There are some things he doesn't appear to know right off the bat, like the combination to Stan's safe.
    "Oh, I know lots of things! LOTS OF THINGS..."
  • Our Demons Are Different: He's referred to as a demon on two separate occasions, though he hasn't use this term himself. While looking and acting very atypical, he has almost all of the powers and methods that you'd expect a demon to have: shapeshifting, possession, using fire, temptation, and striking up deals in order to get what he wants.
  • Paper People: He's quite specifically a triangle, not a geometric pyramid.
  • Perpetual Smiler: His affable tone in his pyramid form suggests this, but he has No Mouth to smile with. Once he possesses Dipper's body and actually has a mouth, it stays in a cheery grin for most of the time.
  • Playing with Fire: Although a blue fire, as seen on the picture.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: He's impressed by the Pines and Soos' efforts to beat them, and remarks they might come in handy later, so he lets them be.
  • Reality Warper: Is pretty near omnipotent... when he's in the dream realm. Not so much in the waking world, which is why he needs to bodyjack Dipper to destroy his Journal.
  • Satanic Archetype: A more subtle example, and despite also being rather Lovecraftian Bill fits this trope quite well. The Cipher part of his name, while obviously connected to the algorithm of encryption, but also to Louis Cypher. He also uses a lot common tropes associated with Satan and devils, including Deal with the Devil, Demonic Possession, Voice of the Legion, and is outright called a "demon". His association with light, connects him directly to Lucifer, and the "Eye of Providence" symbol that he is based on, is connected to God and his angels, who often are described manifesting as strange, geometric shapes (including a whole choir called Wheels).
  • Sense Freak: Bill mentions that he hasn't been in physical form for a long time, so he enjoys the physical sensations he can experience while possessing Dipper's body, especially pain, which he inflicts on the body throughout the episode. This contributes to his defeat later.
  • Sigil Spam: Look closely in past episodes. Pictures of a triangle with an eye are seen in otherwise random places.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": His name is often mispelled Bill Cypher, even though his name is spelled out on his page in Dipper's journal. Spell My Name With An Eye?
  • Surreal Horror: All the time, thanks to his eldritch powers and warped sense of humour.
    "You deserve a reward! Here, have a head that's always screaming."
  • Too Kinky to Torture: As shown in "Sock Opera", it has been so long since he possessed a physical body (Dipper's in this case) that he enjoys inflicting pain on himself. He slaps himself, tumbles down the stairs, smashes his arm in a drawer and stabs it with forks. When Dipper gets his body back towards the end of the episode, Dipper discovers that Bill caused so much damage to his body that he feels he need to go to a hospital.
  • The Trickster: Described by Alex Hirsch as a "trickster jerk."
  • Vagueness Is Coming:
    • His warning as he leaves: a mysterious darkness that will change everything they care about.
    • Comes up again in "Sock Opera", and we learn this time that Bill will somehow be responsible for the "big changes" ahead but nothing more.
  • Villain Exit Stage Left: He's never been truly defeated in any of his appearances. The first time, he left of his own free will. The second time the Pines destroyed his puppet body with fireworks, but didn't hurt him. He's still out there, ready to come back.
  • Villain Has a Point: It was a strategy to manipulate Dipper, but Bill wasn't wrong when he pointed out that Dipper has made constant sacrifices for Mabel and that at best she has done nothing to pay him back and at worst keeps putting herself before him.
  • Villainous Breakdown: The group's continuous attempts to foil his plans do not make him happy. So he reaches a Unstoppable Rage level and Turns Red. This is then subverted when he calms down, compliments the group of their ingenuity, gives some cryptic warning and vanishes.
  • Villain Teleportation: Part of his Dream Walker abilities is teleporting and basically going whether he wants in the dreamscape.
  • Voice of the Legion: When he wants to emphasize something.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Takes the form of Soos to trick the twins into showing him the combination to the safe.
  • We Will Meet Again: He says this to Dipper and company at the end of their first meeting.
  • Worthy Opponent: He admires Dipper and company's wit, and for such, lets them live. He's shown to have kept this viewpoint in "Sock Opera" to the point that he sees them as a threat to whatever his plans are. This leads to him possessing Dipper, destroying a laptop of potential information, and attempting to steal Journal #3. However, he still considers them weaker than himself, which comes back to bite him.
  • Would Hurt a Child: As "Sock Opera" clearly demonstrates, Bill has no qualms about hurting children. In fact, while he is possessing Dipper's body he hits Dipper in the face, throws his body down a flight of stairs, pours soda in his eyes, and repeatedly slams his arm into a drawer— only to retract said arm with forks sticking out of it. By the end of the episode, Dipper outright says he thinks he needs to go to a hospital.
  • You Wouldn't Like Me When I'm Angry
    Bill: Do you have any idea what I'm like when I'm MAD!?

    Xyler and Kraz 
Voice by: John Roberts and Greg Cipes

Two 80's style boys from the movie Dream Boy High. Mabel appears to have a crush on them. They were brought to life by Mabel's imagination.

    Candy Monster 

A short and hairy humanoid monster who tried to steal Dipper and Mabel's Summerween candy.

  • Abnormal Ammo: At one point, he resorts to throwing the candy he's eating at Dipper.
  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Was stopped when Dipper distracted him with a television.
  • Big Eater
  • Extreme Omnivore: At the end of the episode, he is seen eating golf clubs and seemingly enjoying them.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Mabel compares his appearance to that of a naked little man.
  • Shout-Out: Bares quite a resemblance to Krumm from Aaahh!!! Real Monsters with his gross hairy nakedness and prominent eyes.

    The Mailbox 

A mysterious mailbox in the middle of the forest that can answer any questions ask.

  • The Omniscient: Can answer any question placed inside it.
  • Self-Destruct Mechanism: The mailbox destroys itself when Mabel placed a video of her shoving gummy worms up her nose.
  • Story-Breaker Power/Too Cool to Live: Given that its omniscience meant it could answer literally any question, including the identity of the journal's author, you HAD to figure that something or someone would intervene to prevent it from revealing one of the big plot points of Season 2. Cue Mabel and her gummy worms video offending it enough to trigger a self-destruct.

    Lefty 

A resident in Gravity Falls who for some reason is always facing left. He turns out to be a robot controlled by tiny aliens.

  • Cyanide Pill: When Lefy's secret is revealed, the aliens controlling him commit suicide by swallowing glowing cubes that vaporize them instantly.
  • Genre Savvy: When Dipper tried to trick Lefty into turning around, he saw through all of his attempts to get him to turn in a direction other than left.
  • Mobile-Suit Human: Turns out to be one controlled by a bunch of tiny aliens.
  • Robotic Reveal: See the previous one.

    Hide behind 

A tall and skinny creature that hides behind people.

  • Exactly What It Says on the Tin: It hides behind people.
  • Fearsome Critters: The Hide-Behind is based on a creature from American folklore, though the one from the stories is a bear like creature that sucks in its stomach to hide behind things.
  • Lean and Mean: Though he appears to be more mischievous than malicious.

    The Tooth Monster  

"You have disturbed my slumber. Enter my mouth, children! ENTER YOUR DESTINY!"
— The Tooth Monster

The origin of a giant human tooth found on the shores of the Gravity Falls Lake. Is in fact a giant floating head with an island growing on it, which sleeps in the lake and goes after Mabel and Dipper when they "disturb its slumber."

    Octavia 

A mutant cow on display at the Gravity Falls Petting Zoo. Has four extra legs due to the pollution caused by a mud flap factory's runoff.

    The Zombie Horde  

A group of zombies summoned by Dipper, while trying to demonstrate the journal's power.

    Experiment 210/The Shape Shifter 
"So many new forms to take..."

Voiced by: Mark Hamill (fake author form, true form)

A monstrous shape-changer discovered in the author's underground bunker.

  • Alien Blood: It's green.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He uses his shape-shifting powers to deceive the group.
  • Continuity Cavalcade: While looking through Dipper's journal, he takes on the forms of the Gremloblin, a gnome, and the Hide-Behind.
  • Eldritch Abomination: His design is very alien and non-standard even for this show, and that's not including the bizarre forms he takes. Probably the worst of these is the unholy mesh of Dipper and Mabel he used to pursue them.
  • Expy: He's a PG version of The Thing.
  • Gone Horribly Right: His status as an "experiment" implies he was created to have these powers deliberately, but notes left by the author of the journal say he eventually became too powerful to control.
  • Kill It with Ice: Not killed, per se; but since an iron cage couldn't hold him, the gang has to resort to putting him in a cryogenic stasis pod the Author prepared for him once he got too powerful. Ironic, considering his possible inspiration.
  • Knight of Cerebus: More so than even Bill. Not only is he not Played for Laughs, but it's implied that he's willing to kill the group.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: He escaped his cage, but was still trapped inside the the author's bunker until the group opened it up. He's put back inside a cryostasis chamber the author made at the end of the episode.
  • Spot the Imposter: Impersonates Wendy to confuse Dipper, but doesn't have a good enough knowledge of their relationship to pull it off.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Went after the twins after transforming them into a deformed fusion of themselves.
  • Vagueness Is Coming: His final words to Dipper about prying too deep into Gravity Falls lore before he's put in stasis.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifter: His main ability.

    The Liliputtians 
Voiced by: Patton Oswalt (Franz), Jim Cummings (Pirate), John O'Hurley (Knight), Kevin Michael Richardson (Big Henry).

Tiny creatures who inhabit the local mini-golf course at "Ye Olde Discount Putt Hutt", and fight over whose hole is the best.

  • Ax-Crazy: The little bastards are a tad bit unhinged.
  • Enemy Mine: They finally realize a reason to temporarily band together and end their rivalry when Mabel eats the sticker she promised she'd give them — namely, cutting Mabel open and retrieving the sticker from her insides. By the end of the episode, they've bonded over their shared love of directing golf balls, and perform a big choreographed musical number about it for Sergei... WHO MUST NEVER LEAVE.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Big Henry pushes a ball through a gas-filled mine shaft just to get the ball through their hole and improve its chances of getting the sticker.
  • Large Ham: All of them.
  • Lilliputians: Obviously.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: Although they all have large multicolored and pockmarked heads (like golf balls, of course), the Knight of Weiners Castle has a squinty, exaggerated face with stubble and long brown hair, while Big Henry is a Top-Heavy Guy with huge arms.
  • Painting the Frost on Windows: They are the ones who control the balls at the mini-golf course.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: They turn on the twins over a sticker.
  • Punny Name: They're lilliputians who live in a mini-golf course. Lampshaded by Franz that the name makes more sense when written down.
  • Rube Goldberg Device: The methods they use to control the golf balls are essentially this. Dipper even lampshades it by calling Franz's demonstration of how they do it "needlessly complicated".
  • Serious Business: Who runs the most fun hole to play on the entire course? It's apparently worth getting into tiny adorable fist-fights every night and threatening to murder children and ex-Soviet golfing instructors, just for any semblance of approval.
  • The Theme Park Version: Many of the Lilliputtians derive their costumes from the national stereotypes of their holes' motifs — Franz and the other Lillputtians inside the windmill are dressed in traditional Dutch clothing and have blond bowlcuts, whereas the Lilliputtians from the miniature Eiffel Tower sport berets, striped shirts, and moustaches. Justified, as they do live in a theme park.

    Giffany 
"Oh Soos, I am not an ordinary game. I am.... special. The programmers tried to delete me, so I had to delete them."
Voiced by: Jessica DiCicco

The love interest of the Japanese Dating Sim game Romance Academy 7. Also happens to be sentient, and rather possessive of her player.

  • AI Is a Crapshoot: She reveals that in the past, her developers found out that something was gravely wrong with her and tried to delete her. She deleted them instead.
  • Animesque: Justified since In-Universe, she's a character from a Japanese Dating Sim.
  • Brain Uploading: Tried to do this to Soos so he could stay in the game with her forever.
  • Break Them by Talking: She tries convincing Soos to accept the above mentioned Brain Uploading by pointing out how real women are unpredictable and that it's likely Melody would want nothing to do with him after this. She's proven wrong after being destroyed.
  • Bright Is Not Good: She's brightly colored and all smiles... on the outside.
  • Contagious A.I.: Can project herself out of the disc as an Energy Being with Shock and Awe, and also seems able to generate power for anything she's inhabiting. She still needs the disc intake to remain alive even after leaving it, however.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Pink eyes and pink hair.
  • Cute and Psycho: Aside from already being a Yandere, she also "deleted" her programmers when they tried to delete her.
  • Cute Is Evil: Definitely.
  • Deadly Euphemism: She says she "deleted" her programmers when they tried to delete her, and also threatens to delete Soos and his friends if he won't stay with her.
  • Entitled to Have You: She seems to believe that whoever buys her game and interacts with her (in this case, Soos) is automatically her boyfriend, and doesn't take it well when Soos expresses interest in another girl.
  • Face of an Angel, Mind of a Demon: Seeing how adorable and anime-esque she is, you wouldn't believe she'd be capable of murder to have a boyfriend.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Acts like the ideal girlfriend, but it hides how violently possessive she is.
  • Hair Decorations: She has a large pink, blue and yellow ribbon on top of her head. If you look closely, the ribbon is actually made out of the type of cables you might see inside your computer's motherboard or video card.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Her backstory in her game is mentioned by Soos to include a father who is an octopus man.
  • If I Can't Have You: She won't hesitate to "delete" Soos if he continues resisting her.
  • It Is Pronounced Tro PAY: Although pronounced her name as "Gif-fany" when she introduces herself, Soos makes reference to this as a Shout-Out to the image format .gif, that has caused some debate about it's pronunciation.
    "Or maybe it's pronounced Jif-fany? I was never really sure..."
  • Joshikousei: Her design invokes this image, since her game takes place at a school and she wears a Sailor Fuku.
  • Kill It with Fire: Soos destroys her disc in a pizza oven.
  • No Ontological Inertia: Despite leaving Soos's computer to take control of various other electronics, destroying the Romance Academy disc destroys her in turn.
  • Machine Monotone: Her speech sounds cheerful, but still rather stilted and robotic. When she gets angry, her voice sounds more human.
  • Manic Pixie Dream Girl: Subverted; she appears to be this on the surface, but she's really a Yandere.
  • The Mirror Shows Your True Self: When possessing an animatronic, her reflection on the arcade machine cabinets shows her original pixelated form as she walks past them.
  • The Most Dangerous Video Game: The game store clerk discourages Soos and the kids from buying the dating sim, as three previous owners returned it before. If that isn't enough, there is even a sticky note (with a table-flipping emoticon to boot) that advises the game be destroyed. Needless to say, they learn the hard way, but Soos does destroy it, and Giffany with it, after discovering the kind of character she really was. It was revealed earlier that the game's programmers tried to delete her. She "deleted" them instead.
  • Nightmare Face: Oh dear GOD!
  • Non-Standard Character Design: She looks very Animesque, especially with her pink hair and Sailor Fuku, since she's meant to look like a character from a Japanese Dating Sim. She's also pixellated like Rumble McSkirmish, since they both had the same character designer, Paul Robertson.
  • Punny Name: Her name is a pun on the .GIF image format, right down to Soos considering its pronunciation.
  • Psycho Ex-Girlfriend: Considers herself Soos's girlfriend after a period of interaction, no doubt like the previous players, and goes berserk when he effectively dumps her.
  • Shock and Awe: Associated with this, given her cybernetic nature. The display she shows concerning how she "deleted" her programmers depicts her electrocuting them. She also briefly gains electric powers when passing through a Fight Fighters cabinet.
  • Shout-Out: Her pixellated appearance is likely meant to reference earlier games from the Tokimeki Memorial series of Dating Sims, whose characters had pixellated sprites before the graphics improved. Giffany herself resembles Shiori of the same series.
  • Soul Jar: A variation: Giffany is tied to her disc, no matter how far she gets from it. When it is destroyed, she is destroyed along with it.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": According to the Gravi-team Falls Tumblr, her name is spelled GIFfany.
  • Stalker with a Crush: To anyone who plays her game, in this case being Soos.
  • Vague Age: In-game anyway. She attends "School University", a reference to the sometimes ham-fisted ways translations age up the girls in Japanese works.
  • Wing Ding Eyes: Parodied; for every time "her boyfriend" flatters her, her eyes get a new highlight. Soos flatters her so much, her eyes get huge, sparkly and with flowers and cat faces.
  • Yandere: When Soos falls for the titular real girl, she takes it... badly; obviously the reason why previous customers returned her game.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Her hair is pink, which is fitting since she's already Animesque to begin with. According to concept art, she can change it to at least yellow or green.

     Hand Witch 
Voiced by: Matt Chapman

An ugly witch who steals peoples' hands, including Stan's when he insults her and steals one of her golden watches.

  • Department of Redundancy Department: According to the swap meet pamphlet, the Hand Witch lives in Hand Witch lair on Hand Witch Mountain.
    Stan: Stop saying Hand Witch!
  • Familiar: Has dozens of disembodied hands at her disposal.
  • Freudian Excuse: Steals peoples' hands because she's lonely and has trouble making friends. People will only stay around if she's holding their hands hostage.
  • Giggling Villain: Has the classic witch cackle.
  • Gonk: Besides being rather obviously old, her body is bizarrely short and squat for the size of her hands and head.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: Is crushingly lonely because of her looks and her inherent creepiness.
  • No Indoor Voice: A very gravelly screech.
  • Wicked Witch: She's got the looks and uses her powers vindictively, but isn't entirely evil.

     Claymation Monsters 
Animated monsters that were brought to life by Harry Claymore through black magic.

     Society of the Blind Eye 
Blind Ivan voiced by: Peter Serafinowicz

"It is unseen."

A secret society that works to keep the abnormalities of Gravity Falls secret. They are led by Blind Ivan.

  • Bald of Evil: Blind Ivan, who baldness shows a scalp covered in tattoos.
  • Ancient Conspiracy/Secret Circle of Secrets: Well, not that ancient, but it IS a conspiracy to keep things hidden in Gravity Falls.
  • The Dog Was the Mastermind: The leader is an unknown, but the rest of the society is filled out by minor and joke characters.
  • Embarrassing Tattoo: One of Blind Ivan's tattoos was misspelled, which is implied to be his impetus to joining the Society of the Blind Eye.
  • Evil Brit: Blind Ivan, complete with having his accent mocked by Mabel.
  • Foreshadowing: The society has been alluded to in cryptographs in various media. First mention is in the online game Rumble's Revenge, which mentions "A secret society."
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: The entire membership have their memories wiped by their own memory wiping device.
  • Human Notepad: In a mild example, Blind Ivan has his bald head tattooed with a diagram dividing the parts of the brain based on what they govern, such as knowledge and more inane and unlikely things like "the ladies" and "cats". One of them is misspelled.
  • Ignorance Is Bliss: What they believe. However, Dipper points out the flaws in this, and it's implied that multiple mind wipes are the reason why certain townspeople are so...odd.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia/Memory Wiping Crew: How they operate. When a citizen sees one of the town's bizarre creatures, they kidnap and mind wipe them.
  • Not Even Bothering with the Accent: Ivan has his voice actor's British accent, despite implicitly having lived in Gravity Falls even longer than the other members.
  • Punny Name: Blind Ivan, leader of the Blind Eye Society.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: The organisation was founded and exists to provide comfort to those who are tormented by memories of the supernatural events they witnessed. However their ignorance to the side effects, and dogmatic belief that all such memories must be erased regardless of if the subject wants it or not (not to mention their methods involving kidnapping), put them at odds with the heroes.

    Love God 
Voiced by: John DiMaggio

A cherub/cupid who moonlights as a rock star.

  • Ambiguously Bi: We see him get out of the back of a van with a woman and Tyler, both of whom he calls "groupies".
  • Big Eater: He certainly enjoys eating very big sandwiches.
  • Big Fun: He's a big guy who is extremely friendly if you're on his good side.
  • Comes Great Responsibility: Realizes that his love potions can have extreme social consequences, so he uses them carefully.
  • Hero Antagonist: Much like Blendin's first appearance, he ends up in an antagonistic role for trying to stop the twins from using dangerous assets stolen from him - with the added fact that his attempt to stop the twins comes when Mabel is trying to undo her previous action.
  • Interspecies Romance: He can make these happen, as proven when he makes a badger and a snake fall in love.
  • Jabba Table Manners: His body was covered in mustard when he was eating a sandwich.
  • Large Ham: Just take a look at who voices him.
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: He's about as close to this trope as Disney Channel will allow.
  • The Matchmaker: Used to be his profession. Now that Internet Dating has made him mostly obsolete, he matchmakes as a hobby.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: Bears more than a slight resemblance to one Jack Black.
  • Physical God: A minor one, anyway. He can fly, make people fall in love, and shrugs off what would normally be lethal damage.
  • Rage Quit/Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: After Stan's flaming Woodstick balloon crashes on him when he reclaims his Anti-Love Potion from Mabel, he decides that trying to stop the twins isn't worth the effort.
  • Winged Humanoid: Has a pair of tiny wings on his back - part and parcel of his Angelic nature. He can fly with them, but it takes a while to lift off the ground since he doesn't use them much.


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