Characters: Homestuck Exiles
aka: Homestuck The Midnight Crew
During the course of a session, five Carapacians, Dersite or Prospitian, will be exiled by being sent through a Skaian portal. They land on the barren home of the players, and together rebuild a new society, while advising the players of the session via terminals that grew out of the meteors that destroyed the player's homes.
There are three known groups of Exiles: the desert wanderers of Pre-Scratch Earth, the violent gangsters of the Midnight Crew who advised the Troll Session, and the starving Dersites who pester Roxy on Post-Scratch Earth.
All Exiles are an example of:
- After the Reckoning: After abandoning the Incipisphere, their lives take place in the planet of the players they guide.
- Clones Are People Too: almost all exiles (those with barcode tatoos on their wrists) are cloned carapacians from the facilities in the Veil.
- Fake Band: Both the Midnight Crew and the desert wanderers both.
- Flat Character/Satellite Character: Only a few Exiles in each group receive much focus. For the wanderers this is WV and PM. For the Midnight Crew, it's Spades Slick. For the starving Dersites, they have their unnamed leader.
- Meanwhile, in the Future: years in the future, but not many
- The Needless: We don't know exactly how long the exiles wandered the wastelands before joining together, because we don't know when their meteors landed, but it was long enough to wear down and turn all their clothes brown or grey. Yet, in all that time, they seem to have survived without any clear source of food or water. They are still capable of feeling hunger.
- Nominal Importance: Of a sort for the desert wanderers. They don't really have names, they only have initials. They're still important though, WV especially within terms of the game. Averted for the Midnight Crew, though it was played straight back when they were agents.
- Insistent Terminology: Averted. Technically, the correct way to refer to them would be as "The WV" or "The PM", but that sounds a bit silly so nobody does.
- In Universe Nickname: Jade refers to WV and PM as "Mr. Mayor" and "Miss Mail Lady", while Dave and Karkat simply refer to WV as "The Mayor". Fans extend this to the rest of the exiles.
- I Have Many Names/Meaningful Rename: Their names change to fit their current roles, while keeping their initials.
- Single-Issue Wonk: Several exiles have odd obsessions with various things, though this dies down as they develop as characters.
- Voice with an Internet Connection
- Walking the Earth: Or Alternia in the case of the Midnight Crew.
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The Pre-Scratch Exiles are examples of
- Ascended Fridge Horror: Fans speculated that because the Kid's scratch would reset their Universe, the Exiles we know would die as part of it rebooting. Then Jack Noir himself came and slaughtered them all, leaving just PM and a mortally wounded WV.
- Big Good: PM
- Chess Motifs: PM and WV are both Pawns, AR is probably one too. WK and WQ are royalty though.
- PM travelled to the other side of the board and was promoted, AR sacrificed himself early on for John, and WV is a subversion in that he rejects the rules and attacks his own king.
- Five-Man Band:
- Gender Flip: Flip the genders of all the Exiles and their story becomes a fairly standard following of The Hero's Journey.
- Homage: WV and PM are seen by many to be one to WALL•E note
- Iron Woobie
- Killed Off for Real: AR, WQ, and WK. The White Royalty may return after a fashion as the post-scratch session's new royalty, but it remains to be seen.
- Leitmotif: Explore, for all of them.
- Official Couple: WK and WQ. PM and WV are hinted at throughout the comic.
- Took a Level in Badass: Oh so very much so. Although the WQ and WK actually vaguely stepped down in their badass levels, PM and WV were just normal pawns that are now respectively a Queen destined to become a space warping One-Man Army and the hero of a (failed) revolution.
- Unspoken Plan Guarantee: Subverted. Word of God states they were going to use the teleporters in the bases to escape their universe, and then destroy the bases so no one else could follow them. Then Jack arrived. Needless to say, it failed.
Wayward Vagabond/Warweary Villein/Wastelandic Vindicator/Wizardly Vassal/The Mayor
Years in the future, but not many, a WAYWARD VAGABOND records a stuttering step in the sun-bleached dust.
Exiled to the ruined Earth during the Reckoning, he plants suggestions in John's head using a mysterious terminal he finds in a bunker in a desert where Rose's house used to be. Prior to his exile, he was a simple WARWEARY VILLEIN attempting to eke out a living as a farmer on the battlefields of Skaia. He incited a revolution against the Black King, fulfilling his role as a game concept, but his army was slaughtered by Jack Noir
. The fourth playable character introduced.
Peregrine Mendicant/Parcel Mistress/Prospitian Monarch
Minutes in the future, though perhaps not as few as implied by circumstance, a PEREGRINE MENDICANT trundles precious cargo beneath the gleam of the celestially ominous.
Like the Wayward Vagabond, a wandering soul living in the future who, while wheeling around a collection of mailboxes, stumbles across a Sburb capsule. Prior to the Reckoning, she was a simple PARCEL MISTRESS on a quest to deliver a very important package.
The sixth playable character.
Aimless Renegade/Authority Regulator/Armaments Regent
Years in the future, which is to say, THE PRESENT MOMENT PRECISELY, an AIMLESS RENEGADE prepares for company.
The third future wanderer, who is investigating the Frog Temple and is covered in yellow police tape. Prior to his exile, he was an AUTHORITY REGULATOR tasked with the enforcement of the law in the kingdom of Derse. The eighth playable character.
- Aww, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: Backfires on AR; he hesitates destroying the final terminal because WV is still inside it, and Jack decapitates him.
- BFG: He's got what looks like an AK-47 with a scope and tactical polymer furniture attached for Rule of Cool.
- Ambidextrous Sprite: The scope mount goes on the left side of the weapon, not the right. The bolt handle is also absent from its normal position.
- Captain Ersatz: Appearance aside, his personality and actions are very similar to Judge Dredd.
- Dark Is Not Evil: Despite being a Dersite (and obsessed with law and order) he also seems to be a good guy, especially when he saves John's life. "Another public servant makes a sacrifice. A citizen's safety, secured."
- The Ditz
- Hanging Judge: So far he seems to be played up as this, fashioning a courtroom and judge outfit from weapon parts and punishing misdemeanors with judicious use of heavy artillery. At any rate, he seems as obsessed with the law as WV and PM are with mayorhood and mail.
- Heroic Sacrifice: He saves John by strapping him to a rocket board, which is, seemingly, the only means of escaping from an Earth-bound meteor. But he obviously survives, as we had already seen his future self.
- Senseless Sacrifice: His hesitation about blowing up the terminal WV at first appears to be a moot point, as WV has the Uranium ripped out of his stomach by Jack and is left for dead. Subverted when WV just barely survives, justifying AR's earlier hesitation.
- I Am the Trope: Be the law.
- Impossibly Cool Clothes: The other "desert" characters (WV and PM) are dressed in grey or beige-colored robes. AR wears yellow caution tape fashioned into wrappings. He also has a judge's wig made out of bullets. Complete with a gavel made out of a grenade and a bayonet.
- Judge, Jury, and Executioner
- Juggling Loaded Guns: He uses an impaled grenade as a gavel at one point.
- Large Ham
- Leitmotif: Tomahawk Head, a bonus track from The Wanderers.
- Meaningful Name: AR = Assault Rifle
- More Dakka: He's lugged a full-size arsenal up to that temple.
- Nightmare Fuel: In-verse, seeing Bec as a puppy casually destroy a terminal made AR terrified of him.
- Not So Above It All: "You fail to resist the urge to ride Bro's rocket board. Shit this flagrant should be illegal."
- Off with His Head!
- Punny Name: See Small Name, Big Ego. He's the Aimless Renegade.
- Satellite Character: Doesn't really do a whole bunch aside from shout at people about the law.
- Stealth Pun: He doesn't get his name from lack of purpose alone.
- Small Name, Big Ego: He believes his aim is impeccable. From what we've seen, Stormtroopers would find his marksmanship lacking.
Windswept Questant/White Queen
A WINDSWEPT QUESTANT suddenly appears.
The fourth exile, who suddenly appeared out of an egg-shaped Sburbcraft. Communicated with Rose through her Sburb device. Prior to her exile, she was the WHITE QUEEN, adored sovereign of Prospit, who abdicated her throne in order to help PM on her quest. After PM becomes the Prospitian Monarch, she is appointed as her royal adviser.
White King/Writ Keeper
The former King of Prospit, who hid inside the time capsule in the Frog Temple to survive and become the Writ Keeper on the future Earth.
- Badass Bookworm: He's been shown to be completely engrossed in Rose's novel and on Skaia he led armies.
- Chekhov's Gun: When he appears as the Writ Keeper, he is seen reading Complacency of the Learned, a story written by Rose. The story is nominally about wizards, but Word of God has said that it represents Rose's subconscious mind about the creation of the universe—specifically the Troll's game of Sgrub. What knowledge the Writ Keeper will gain from it remains to be seen.
- Unfortunately, we never know what he learns because he's immediately killed. He'll probably be reset with the Scratch, but he'll know nothing of his past life.
- He was reset, but he was killed before he could do anything but still be trapped in a stalemate with the Black King.
- Flat Character: Has appeared very few times, so his personality as of yet is still more or less an unknown.
- Leitmotif: Riches to Ruins Movements I & II, shared with WQ.
- Official Couple: With WQ
- Off with His Head!
- Red Herring: As the Writ Keeper, he seemed to be built up as having an important role in the lives of the exiles... and then Jack kills him within 20 seconds of his actually appearing.
- Sixth Ranger
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Almost immediately after emerging from the seed, Jack kills him before he can do anything at all.
Post Scratch Exiles
A bunch of "Exiles" taken from the Post-Scratch Session by the Condesce, to form the backbone of her new empire. They mostly live on floating cities that resemble chessboards, and according to Dirk they're essentially slums. Roxy lives in one of these cities, and was raised by them. On occasion some of the Carapacians sneak into her lab to hunt her cats. None of them have names or distinct appearances, with exception to one who led a hunting party into Roxy's lab, who is still nameless.
- Call Back: A lot of them almost look like known exiles like the Midnight Crew, but none of them are exactly identical to them. Most notably, the apparent leader of the hunting party looks sort of like a cross between Jack Noir and WV, and uses a crowbar.
- The ones that most closely resemble PM have one of their eyes covered by their robes. Their apparent leader does as well.
- Expy: In terms of appearance at least. Their apparent leader looks exactly like a cross between WV and Jack Noir, having slanted pupils but having rings under them and claws for fingers. Others are more indistinct though.
- In sprite form, two of them resemble AR and default pawns (like WV) with different robes.
- Faceless Masses: Mostly.
- Fan Nickname: The Skaia imageboard tags them as the 'Famished Ruffians'.
- Reduced to Ratburgers: Roxy tries to avoid thinking about how they're probably breaking into her lab to eat her mutant cats.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: Their apparent leader has a unique design and possibly even wields Crowbar's crowbar; a powerful juju that has been lost at several points in the story. None of the original crowd has appeared since their debut and shortly afterwards.
- You All Look Familiar: Aside from their apparent leader, all of them share their appearance with another exile in their group, including robes, though this might be Andrew simply copying sprites, as it didn't seem to be the case with their drawn crowd shot.
- Of course, there's only so many ways to draw random, nameless Dersites without them looking somewhat like a named character, especially since the Dersites are all canonically clones.
Troll Session Exiles / The Midnight Crew
The Midnight Crew were originally non-canonical characters from Problem Sleuth
, wherein they were Team Sleuth's Psycho Ranger
counterparts, waging grand warfare against the protagonists through donation-funded commands. In the Homestuck
universe, they were apparently so popular
that the MS Paint Adventures
site that the characters visit features a Midnight Crew adventure as the followup to Problem Sleuth
, something which Andrew Hussie apparently considered in real life
after abandoning the all-Flash version of Homestuck
The Midnight Crew featured in an intermission between Acts 3 and 4 of Homestuck
, wherein they invaded the mansion home of their rival gang The Felt
with the aim of ending their gang war once and for all. They later out to be part of the Homestuck
canon after all, existing in the distant post-apocalyptic future of Alternia (612 Alternian years in the future, to be exact
) in much the same capacity as Earth's exiles, taking Mutually Fictional
to Up to Eleven
All Midnight Crew members provide examples of:
- A Lighter Shade of Black: See below.
- Anti-Hero: Type V. They're only considered heroes during "Operation Regisurp" in the Troll's Session, due to their alliance with the protagonists. In the kid's session, they are definitely evil, and their leader is the primary antagonist.
- Death Dealer: An odd case, since all of them store their weapons in the form of cards. Throw a card at somebody, and it will turn back into a bomb/axe/knife/etc before it hits them.
- Evil Counterpart\Psycho Rangers: of the characters of Problem Sleuth
- Spades Slick: Problem Sleuth
- Clubs Deuce: Ace Dick
- Diamond Droog: Pickle Inspector
- Hearts Boxcars: Fiesta Ace Dick (or maybe Hired Muscle?)
- Face Framed in Shadow: Justified as they're former citizens-slash-Agents of Derse, and therefore have shiny black carapaces.
- Killed Off for Real: The Intermission ends with only Spades Slick alive, after traveling to a timeline where the other three are dead. Later on he kills Snowman, ending the universe and himself.
- Or so it seemed, until Andrew listed Slick as "?" instead of dead in this panel. Slick is later confirmed to be alive behind the fourth wall.
- Meaningful Rename: Like other Prospitians and Dersites.
- Nice Hat: And it's very Serious Business when Itchy starts switching them around.
- Perpetual Frowner: All except Clubs Deuce, who has no mouth.
- Playing Card Motifs: All of theme are themed after a suit.
- Porn Stash
- Trademark Favorite Food: Each one has a favorite candy, keeping a couple pieces in his hat.
♠ Spades Slick ♠ / Scurrilous Straggler
The leader of the Midnight Crew. Armed, dangerous, and extremely violent. He and Diamonds Droog are probably the smartest members of the crew. Notably, Spades "made this town what it is." "Wasn't nothing but a bunch of dust and rocks before [he] got here." Long before the Midnight Crew, he was the Jack Noir present in the trolls' session, who allied with the trolls to overthrow and exile the Black Queen but was exiled himself in revenge. He wandered the post-apocalyptic Alternian desert for years as the Scurrilous Straggler before founding the Midnight Crew and returning civilization to the planet.
Though it seemed he died in the destruction of the Troll Universe, Andrew Hussie (in comic that is) swooped in and saved him. He was badly hurt and had to be turned into a cyborg
- Ambidextrous Sprite: Exploited hilariously.
- Antihero: Sburb gave him an ambitious, ruthless personality so that he'd help the players take out his boss, the Black Queen, before the Reckoning. In the Trolls' session he performs his task as he's meant to and assists them in banishing the Queen. In the kids' session, this backfires spectacularly.
- Artificial Limbs: By the time we get back to him at Doc Scratch's apartment, he has picked up a robo-arm to replace the one Snowman took off.
- Awesome McCoolname: Part of the reason Andrew Hussie gave Spades his name was simply because it sounded cool.
- Badass: Throughout the course of the Intermission, it becomes increasingly clear that you do not fuck with the Midnight Crew under any circumstance.
- Badass Normal: He fights the Felt and does pretty well. Though, to be fair, some of their 'powers' are straight-up disadvantages.
- Blood Brothers: With Karkat, back when he was Jack Noir.
- Bond One-Liner: "Time travel sure can be a... DOUBLE EDGED SWORD."
- Incredibly Lame Pun: "Wait, that was awful. Really really bad. You're sure you can do better than that."
- Carry a Big Stick: Welcomed into a home, Slick wields a Simple Staff while attacking Doc Scratch, Dragon to Lord English of the Felt, the Midnight Crew's Arch-Enemy.
- Later begins to carry Lord English's Golden Cuestaff after he leaves it behind.
- Complexity Addiction: On review, his heists seem a bit convoluted.
- Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu?: Did You Just Beat Cthulhu Over The Head With A Club? Yes, yes you did. For several minutes, in fact.
- Disney Death: A page showing all the dead characters has a question mark next to him, making his fate ambiguous. Hussie's tumblr also stated that he's taking care of Slick. This seemed like a joke, until it was remarkably confirmed at the beginning of Act 6 Intermission 2.
- However, unlike other characters who had undergone similar circumstances, Slick had to undergo an Emergency Transformation and is heavily mechanical now.
- Driven to Suicide: Word of God is that Slick was trying to do this by killing Snowman. It failed.
- Evil Counterpart: Word of God says he is one to Problem Sleuth.
- Eyepatch of Power: After his other eye is injured. He keeps even after the robotics because he thought it looked cool.
- Eye Scream: When Snowman stabs him in the eye with her cigarette holder.
- Exact Words: He's fond of saying that he "made this town"; when Dies uses his Juju doll to shift to a world where Slick was dead all along, he discovers that this is literally true, ending up in a barren, boring, empty wasteland.
- Foe Yay: With Snowman.
- Get a Hold of Yourself Man: When Karkat doesn't calm down after Sollux dies, Jack eventually starts slapping the crap out of him.
- Good Scars, Evil Scars: Gets one across his eye.
- Hidden Depths: His interactions with Ms. Paint imply that he can be rather gentlemanly when he wants to be.
- Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain
- Knife Nut
GC: K4RK4T, H3S 4 J3RK!
GC: H3 H4S ST4BB3D YOU ON MOR3 TH4N ON3 OCC4S1ON!
CG: SOME OF THOSE STABBINGS WERE ACCIDENTAL!
- More Dakka: Averted, we have never seen and probably will never see what Spade Slick's gun is, if he even has one.
- Named Weapons: He's got OCCAM'S RAZOR, a DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD, a BUTTERFLY EFFECT KNIFE, and his very own RAPIER WIT. There's something of a theme to these names...
- Don't forget the BAIT AND SWITCHBLADE.
- Never Found the Body: Although he's caught in an exploding universe in Cascade, we never see him die. Eventually we find that Hussie saved him somehow.
- Not So Above It All: Here and here, as a Mythology Gag. Characters in Problem Sleuth did stuff like this all the time.
- Only the Author Can Save Them Now: In-Universe. The author himself personally rescues him from the destruction of his universe.
- Percussive Therapy: Nothing rankles him like Lord English's "stupid" obsession with clocks. Spades will smash any clock—even a laptop readout.
- Perpetual Frowner
- Pet the Dog: Showing Karkat his blood is "candy-red" too during the Hivebent intermission to calm him down.
You say he did WHAT, why I oughta!
- Porn Stash: All the Midnight Crew members carry one. Spades's is Terrier Fancy.
- Which becomes pretty funny once you consider his counterpart's final prototyping..
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to both Snowman and Droog's blue—with Snowman, it's even color-correct (by blood color, that is).
- Rule of Cool: Spades Slick doesn't let Andrew repair his other eye because the eyepatch looks cooler.
- Ship Tease: With Ms. Paint.
- The Starscream: to the Black Queen's Megatron. She gets him back, though.
- Suicide by Cop: In an incredibly roundabout way. However, he still survives.
- Surrounded by Idiots:
- During the troll arc. Although it was Spades Slick from the intermission that remarked on this, as he was communicating from the future.
- Again later during the Act 6 Intermission 5, when he takes over the Felt after Lord English kills Hussie.
- Sweet Tooth: When offered sweets from a candy bowl, pockets a few handfuls, then dumps the whole bowl into his hat.
- Tempting Fate: "She'll have to pry this thing from your rigid severed arm if she wants it back."
- This Is for Emphasis, Bitch!: COUNT SOME SHEEP BITCH
- Took a Level in Badass: Is now a super strong, super fast cyborg, owns Lord English's Golden Cuestaff, and has taken command of The Felt (sans Snowman, since shifting to a world where she never died would presumably result in massively-confusing Weird Time Shit).
- Trademark Favorite Food: Licorice Scottie Dogs
- Ungrateful Bastard: After getting fixed up by Andrew, he starts stabbing him. Might be more attributed to the Ax-Crazy Knife Nut mentality of the Jack Noirs.
- Villain Protagonist: During the Intermission.
♣ Clubs Deuce ♣
- Ambiguously Gay: His porn stash is called Black Inches and his race is literally black.
- Attention Deficit... Ooh, pretty clocks!
- Beware the Nice Ones: He sticks a time bomb under Doze's hat. While this was ordered by Diamonds Droog, he didn't seem too sorry about it, considering how he was 'interrogating' Doze previously.
- Cloudcuckoolander: This video, which was authenticated into canon by Word of God.
- The Ditz: He's even described as having "a head full of empty."
- Felony Misdemeanor: He interrogates Doze by lightly tapping him on the knee and swapping hats with him.
- Fish Eyes: He's the dimmest of the Midnight Crew, and has very wide-set eyes.
- Improbable Weapon User: He has a BULL PENIS CANE
- More Dakka: Averted, his gun is a dinky little pistol, which looks downright pathetic in the shootout scene where on his team HB and DD are using a freaking minigun and dual assault rifles respectively while on the felt side Stitch, Crowbar, and Sawbuck are using a full size Uzi, an overlarge tommy gun, and a Spas-12 shotgun respectively.
- No Mouth: Like how people from Derse and Prospit are typically portrayed, but he stands out from the other members of the Midnight Crew, who do have mouths.
- Poke in the Third Eye: Sollux Captor blows up his exile station because he was tired of his commands.
- Porn Stash: Black Inches, which originally appeared in previous adventures.
- Psychopathic Manchild
- Spider Tank: The place where he communicates with Dream Sollux.
- Throw Down the Bomblet: Though rather than being Ax-Crazy or a pyro, he's just a ditz.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Licorice Gummy Bears
♦ Diamonds Droog ♦
- Awesomeness by Analysis
- Badass in a Nice Suit: Although all the members of the Midnight Crew are well-dressed, Droog takes particular pride in his classy outfit.
- The Chessmaster: He was able to, using the forensics evidence of some destroyed clocks and a single lost tooth, figure out exactly when Fin was going to try and bite him from the past, and fill him full of lead instead. Meanwhile, he used knowledge of The Felt's temporal abilities, Clubs Deuce, and a time bomb to redirect Trace, who was attacking from the future, and kill off both him and Doze at the same time. Pretty safe to say that Droog is the smartest and the best planner.
- Crazy-Prepared: His BRAWLSOLEUM has multiple BACKUP HATS, several tasteful suits, and a shitload of guns and cards. He eventually subdued and captured Stitch as well, just in case.
- Guns Akimbo: His weapons of choice are an AK-47 and a second assault rifle of a different type. Note that instead of two SMGs or pistols he's wielding full sized assault rifles.
- More Dakka: The inevitable result of Dual Wielding assault rifles.
- Only Sane Man: He seems to be this, compared to Slick and Boxcar's hot tempers and Deuce...being Deuce.
- Porn Stash: Grey Ladies, which he keeps inside a newspaper.
- Shout-Out: His name refers to the Nadsat term for "friend" from A Clockwork Orange, and his theme is called Carbon Nadsat.
- So Proud of You: His treatment of Aradia, to whom he is an exile guide, is peppered with this. In his one shown conversation he used phrases like "Atta girl" and "That's what I like to hear". Aradia however seems to resent it.
- Though it's implied that is not all there is to it, considering Droog has a fetish for grey women, and Trolls and Aradia specifically are grey. His Porn Stash was in his hands at the same time as his comments above. Plus, even if he is genuinely praising Aradia, he usually says the above sentences after she's killed someone.
- The Starscream: In the above mentioned video, Clubs Deuce comments that he thinks Droog "wants to be the leader". It's never been stated if he's really planning Slick's downfall or not, though.
- The Stoic: Even when he's angry, he doesn't show it.
- Not So Stoic: He flails around with his Ultraviolence Cuestick when Trace punches his past trail and he also had to resist the urge to scream "Oh yeah" when Cans crashes in through the wall.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Swedish Fish.
♥ Hearts Boxcars ♥
- An Axe to Grind: Boxcars has quite the impressive collection of battle-axes (along with a mace or two). Ironically, while he goes on to decapitate another character (Eggs), it's... not by using an axe.
- Big Eater: Literally.
- Born Lucky: The thing about Hearts Boxcars is that he ALWAYS ROLLS BOXCARS.
- Brick Joke: At one point in the first intermission, he is "clocked" into a Horse Calender by Cans. Come Act 6's Third intermission, Meenah finds a horse calender that Hearts Boxcars is "still farming."
- Butt Monkey: His encounters with Eggs, Biscuits and Cans make him this.
- Evil Counterpart: While at first it may seem he has no clear analogue in Team Sleuth's three man band, Hearts Boxcars is pretty similar to the Hired Muscle that was payed to work with Team Sleuth until his eventual death.
- Possibly also an analogue to AD as well, in that he is freakishly strong and angry often.
- Gatling Good: His gun of choice is a minigun. It's probably the weapon counterpart of the wax lips.
- I'm a Humanitarian: Poor Eggs.
- Possibly foreshadowed by this page. His favorite candy is wax lips, and he would eat the eyeballs of anyone who tried to steal them.
- The Matchmaker: Quite possibly among the most inept matchmakers in the history of fiction, but a spirited attempt none the less.
- Meaningful Name: The thing about Hearts Boxcars is HE ALWAYS ROLLS BOXCARS (double sixes on dice).
- More Dakka: He has a damned minigun; that's an awful lot of lead for a gangster.
- Perpetual Frowner
- Porn Stash: Red Cheeks.
- Shipper on Deck: Vriska/Tavros, very aggressively so.
- Or maybe he just hates wimps.
- Super Strength: His preferred method of safe-cracking is to yank the safe out of the wall that's holding it.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Wax Lips.
Although not a member of the Midnight Crew, she is the fifth Exile of the Troll Session. See her own section
for more details.
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