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Jumped right in for season 43, and has entered almost every game since. Known for submitting many Toad Patrol characters.Notable Tributes:
- Earth Star: Of season 43. Notable for being both 4fterthought's first tribute and tying for most kills along with two others. Also appeared in season 77, where he froze to death.
- Fur Foot: Of season 51, taking 3rd place.
- Shane Acker: Of season 57, 2nd place.
- Solar Sands: Of season 63, 2nd place.
- Larry the Cucumber: Of season 68, taking 3rd place
- Bob the Builder: Of season 75, taking 2nd place. Also notable are the other Bobs of 75, being Bob the Tomato, Bob Saget and Bob.
- Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence: How the Last Bob Standing (Bob the Builder) goes out.
- Elf Cup: Of season 77, taking 3rd place.
- A small caterpillar named Chicken Nugget, taking the most lives in season 82, with 8 kills
- Belisarius: Of season 83, taking 3rd place.
- Other Mallard Duck, third place, season 104.
- Orpheus: Of season 111, taking 2nd place.
- Dark Yabu, first place, season 113, also tying for most kills.
- Toaster, taking 3rd place in season 116.
- A slice of toast in season 119, taking first place and also tied with the most kills.
- A lookdown fish in season 140, at 3rd place.
- A cupcake in season 141, with the most kills.
- Newt: of season 146, taking second place.
- Oyster: of season 148, tying with two others for the most kills (4).
- Season 155: Henry got most kills, while Kleo the Misfit Unicorn took third place.
- The Bridge: Of season 157, getting the most kills.
- The Trojan Duck: of season 158, taking 3rd place.
- Season 174: A Guitar (Most kills) and a Ukulele (Second place).
- Panther Cap, winner of season 179.
- A picture of a Beach in Sarnia ON, during season 82. Despite massive hype, it was killed in the bloodbath, and also did not fare well in season 83, where it was taken out by a hurricane. Likewise, in season 117 it dies on day two, being told it didn't exist. Despite the fact that it does, indeed, exist.
- A blade of grass in season 83.
- The almighty Gecko Cult of season 90. Returns in season 140, lasting to get 4th place.
- 4fterthought herself, appearing in season 58, and seeking vengeance in season 81. Too bad she immediately got shot in the head with an arrow during the bloodbath that second time.
An observer since Season 12 and participant since Season 13, submitting tributes from League of Legends and other, scattered sources.Notable Tributes:
Joined in season 159 and has regularly submitted tributes in subsequent seasons. Usually submits characters from Homestuck.Notable Tributes:
A participant since Season 52 and semi-frequent host. Also likes to add new events to the Simulator. Mostly nominates memes and nonsensical characters.Notable Tributes:
- The Hunger Games Simulator itself, kicking off a trend of more abstract nominees.
- Painis Cupcake: First place in Season 58.
- Makar: Third place in Season 59.
- Moonbase Alpha Astronaut: Second place in Season 64.
- Apollo Justice: Third place in Season 65.
- Gutsman's Ass: Most kills in Season 66.
- Khamsin: Second place in Season 86.
- Sole Survivor: He was the only member of the Winds of Destruction to last long enough to snag a podium finish in his debut season.
- Kellam: Third place in Season 89.
- Stealth Rock: Second place in Season 91.
- Anthropomorphic Personification: The embodiment of Stealth Rock, manifested as a bunch of floating rocks with very handsome faces.
- Nightmare: Third place in Season 92.
- Zamasu: First place/most kills in Season 94.
- Mr. Clipboard: Second place in Season 101.
- Ultra Greed's Ass: First place in Season 108.
- Ass Kicks You: The successor to Gutsman's own disembodied rear end.
- Rickety Cricket: First place/most kills in Season 110, second place in Season 125.
- I Love Nuclear Power: In Season 124, he falls into radioactive waste and becomes even more disfigured and mutated.
- Toilet Humor: In Season 112, his antics consisted of breaking wind in people's faces and getting into orgies with non-human nominees, which isn't exactly out-of-character.
- Underestimating Badassery: Despite being a homeless, cocaine-addicted cripple, he managed to win Season 110 and tie for most kills.
- Guy Fieri: First place in Season 124.
Has too sent in some contestants, and was the one who started the entire simulation.Notable tributes:
- Maou-sama (The champion of Season 1 and 17. Believed by some to have become the new president of Capitol)
- Pin (The champion of Season 4)
- Dyudyuka of Barbidoc (The champion of Season 12, killed Toothless)
- Gargamel and Azrael (The champions of Season 13)
- Tampering with Food and Drink: How Gargy and Azzy dealt with Vegeta.
- Dr. Fossil (A tribute of Season 8, did not get in HoF, but became infamous for slaying Tzeentch)
- Foreshadowing: In a way, combined with the fact that Tzeentch's followers in the game kept dying. During the Bloodbath, he and Fredbear killed Zorak and Bill Cipher, a similarly malevolent entity from another dimension.
- Too Powerful to Live: Was drowned after killing Tzeentch, courtesy of Moltar and Thaddeus E. Klang.
- Mort (A tribute of Seasons 11 and 15, did not get in HoF, but became notable for having an Odd Friendship with Flowey, presumably becoming his apprentice and fending off three very powerful characters on his own)
- Anti-Climax Boss: Despite his previously successful defeat of Trunks, Barash and Nappa, Mort is killed by Speedwagon.
- Badass Adorable: He managed to fend off Trunks, Barash and Nappa, despite being a mouse lemur.
- Corrupt the Cutie: The result of his Odd Friendship with Flowey.
- Odd Friendship: With Flowey.
- Pet Shop (The champion of Season 16, notable for burning ZONE-tan and delivering well-deserved justice to Dorothy.)
- Hitomi (Champion of Season 17 and 1)
- Bolbox (Champion of Season 24)
- Affably Evil: Apparently likes sleeping in shifts.
- Hildy Gloom
- Adaptational Villainy: In The 7D, Hildy was an Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain who loved her husband and plotted to take over Jollywood. In the Hunger Games Simulator, however? Hildy murders her loving husband Grim, stabs John F. Kennedy with an icicle, gouges out Young Toph's eye and splashes Luke Skywalker's head with cold water. No wonder she was slowly disemboweled by John Cena.
- Til Murder Do Us Part
- Fennec (Champion of Season 178):
A participant in the games who joined around Season 78. Is known for constant Foreshadowing.Notable Tributes:
- King Dedede
- Mercy: Placed 3rd in Season 85.
- Frank Sinatra: Winner and most kills of Season 92.
A player who started in the beginning, but quit before returning. Previously known as BaconZorp.Notable Tributes:
- Edd (Winner of the second season.)
- Barry Ill (Second place in season 69.)
- Tom (Second place in season 81.)
- Yellow Shy Gal (Second place in season 89.)
- Gordon Freeman (Winner of season 91.)
- Homestar Runner (Most kills in season 96.)
Relatively new to the games since season 84, and tends to nominate tributes from his avatar gallery, especially from the Klonoa series.Notable Tributes:
- Klonoa: Winner of Season 95.
- Sanity Slippage: Ends up skinning another tribute to use their skin as a coat, and wills Gladion out of existence.
- Speaking of which, it's a bit odd that Klonoa of all people would do that to Gladion, as it's the same fate he met in his first game, meaning that it had a good chance of backfiring and killing him.
- Sanity Slippage: Ends up skinning another tribute to use their skin as a coat, and wills Gladion out of existence.
- Squee, Spleen, and Spoon the Techies: Winner of Season 107.
- Sly Cooper: Runner-up and tied for most kills of Season 110
Caliburn Absolute EX
Formerly Caliburn_Absolute, he joined for the 109th season. All his tributes come from his avatar gallery, which is purely for his own convenience.Noteworthy Tributes:
- Guzma: Placed fifth in Season 110.
- Janus (a custom avatar): Winner of season 114
- Action Girl: Badass enough to win the Hunger Games, at least.
- Gender-Blender Name: Janus was the name of a male deity in Roman mythology. This Janus doesn't share the gender of her namesake.
- Offscreen Moment of Awesome: For her submitter, at least. Caliburn actually missed the season Janus participated in, and was surprised when he checked in and learned of her victory.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Purple in her case, a trait she shares with her fellow tribute Ariana.
- Keaton: Placed 15th in Season 116.
- Luluco: Placed 3rd in Season 118
- Back from the Dead: She was resurrected by God, no less. She would later go on to kill Him.
- Cuteness Proximity: Her cuteness was enough to kill Zelda.
- Death by Irony: After causing Zelda to have a fatal heart attack with her cuteness, she would have a fatal heart attack of her own after seeing the dead ghost of another tribute. The possibility of this ghost being Zelda herself has not gone unnoticed.
- Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: On the eleventh day, she teamed up with Leeroy Jenkins and Mad Dummy to kill God himself.
- Merkabah: The winner of Season 109, placed sixth in Season 112.
- Gold and White Are Divine: Being an angel, this of course comes with the territory. As with the source material, however, he's not a particularly benevolent angel.
- Kill 'em All: He killed all life on Earth in Season 112.
- Light Is Not Good: He's an angel, yes, but he also killed all life on Earth.
- Luke, I Am Your Father: As it turns out, his brother is Scorpion. Given Merkabah's origins, the ramifications of this are confusing at best.
- Chironnupu (beta design) - Season 109
- CD-i Link - Season 110
- L.A.M.A.J - Season 111
- ERIOIOIRE - Season 111
- Krishna - Season 113
- Lord Dominator - Season 113
- Ariana Caledonia - Season 114
- Valvatorez - Season 115
- Cerberus - Season 115
- Henry - Season 116
- Kyubey - Season 117 (As Kap'n Kyubey)
- Bread - Season 117
- Over Justice - Season 118
- Simon - Season 120
- Nia - Season 120
- Jungo Torii - Season 121
- Nanashi - Season 121
Cosmos And Chaos
Has joined since Season 40 and submits tributes pretty often.Notable Tributes:
- Bi the Way: Reveals himself to be Steve Fox's father, which means he used to be with Nina Williams, and then he unknowingly hits on a picture of Ryan Ellis, thinking it was the real deal.
- Big Eater: Makes the world's largest snowcone with Nick, Teddy, Summer, T.J. Combo, and Platinum and eats it all with them.
Started watching sometime during Season 101, started entering tributes the Season after. Exclusively uses icons from her gallery.Notable Tributes:
Has sent in quite a few contestants, mostly from video games.Notable tributes:
- Maxine Caulfield (Got 2nd place in season 1, became the champion of season 36)
- Augustus Caesar (Got most kills in season 1, became the champion of season 37)
- Stuff Blowing Up: utilized this trope to kill four tributes at once, securing the most kills of season 1.
- Avatar Korra (Got 2nd place in season 2)
- The Woobie: Constantly harried by the other tributes in season 9 and plagued by nightmares, then eventually loses the will to live and got an undignified death by being backstabbed, courtesy of Roman Torchwick.
- Chloe Price (Got 2nd place in season 6)
- Hershel Layton (Got 3rd place in season 10)
- Sans (Got most kills in season 17)
- The Worf Effect: Felt the brunt of this trope when McHorn dispatches him during Season 17's Feast. Ironically, they proceed to share the title of 'most kills' for said season.
- Linkle (Got 3rd place in season 19)
- Amy Rose (Got 2nd place in season 20)
- Agent G (The champion of season 21)
- Samus Aran (Got 2nd place in season 21)
- Blaze (Got most kills in season 27)
- Professor Wikipedia (Got 3rd place in season 28)
- Minako Arisato (The champion and most kills of season 30)
- Avatar Aang (Got 3rd place in season 30, got 2nd place and most kills in season 35)
- Goku (3rd place and most kills in season 31)
- Dragonite (The champion and most kills of season 32)
- Kratos (Got 3rd place in season 33)
- George Washington (Got 3rd place in season 36)
- Naga (Got 3rd place in season 38)
- Tracer (Got 2nd place and most kills in season 40)
- Lucifer (Got 2nd place in season 41)
Joined in season 15. Has submitted mostly characters from the Pretty Cure franchise.Tributes she has nominated so far:
- Cure Lovely
- Cure Princess
- Cure Peach
- Cure Pine
- Cure Berry
- Cure Passion
- Cure Melody
- Cure Rhythm
- Cure Beauty
- Cure Echo (Winner and got the most kills in season 19)
- Cute and Psycho: Has participated in three seasons, and in each of them, she has gotten the most kills or been tied with other characters for most kills.
- Cure Sunny
- Cure Peace
- Cure Happy
- Cure March (Got 3rd place in season 37)
- Cure Beat
- Cure Muse
- Cure Honey
- Cure Fortune
- Cure Black
- Cure White
dave the assassin
A newer member, he joined the fray in Season 169. Has a diverse taste in entertainment (in short, expect a diverse cast from a lot of things) and enjoys making LOTS of puns, even if they're lame.His debut tributes are Nemo and Chester Bennington.Tributes include:
- Nemo (Season 169, 170, 174* , 176* and 179note )
- Adaptational Villainy: Surprisingly, in Season 174 with Marlin. He's not as sweet as he was in the films. In the words of Dave himself (not exactly though), they turned into fish versions of Kano. In Season 179, however, it was no longer surprising.
- Ax-Crazy/Cute and Psycho: With his dad in Season 174, securing third place with 6 whopping kills (second highest total, after a guitar which the two later destroyed), and carrying a very different personality than in his debut film or its sequel nearly the whole time. In Season 179, the duo secured a tie for the most kills with 4 freaking kills, double the amount of Dory's.
- Author Appeal: As said by Dave himself, Nemo totally has turned into his flagship character, even with Seasons 174 and 179's Adaptational Villainy.
- Cruel and Unusual Death: In Season 170, he was flattened by A-Trak's self-made Gundam.
- Improbable Weapon User: Nemo and his father seems to be taking a few pages of his mother figure Dory's book on how to be one. Such as killing a dreaded guitar and a dragon with a rocket launcher. And that's only Season 174.
- Karmic Death: After a rampage of improbable tribute killing in Season 174, Nemo and Marlin finally fell when they unknowingly lights a match near a toolshed packed with explosives. Then, in Season 179, Kazuichi Souda killed them, allowing him to end the season in second place with the most kills on a technicality.
- There Is No Kill Like Overkill: In Season 169. On the first day, Kuai Liang (Sub-Zero) stuck a "kill me" sign on Nemo's back. Dean Abigail Hardscrabble and Joey Claire followed it. Considering that the two are far bigger and more powerful than a young fish with an underdeveloped right fin.... However, a few seasons later, he Took a Level in Badass.
- Took a Level in Badass: Went from being killed in Night 1 of Season 169 to finishing at third place and pocketing the second highest number of kills in Season 174 and tying for the most kills in Season 179, both with his father. The latter is particularly infamous, in part of the Badass Decay below.
- Badass Decay: Unfortunately, Nemo and Marlin got hit by this HARD when Homura Akemi ate them in Season 176's Battle Royale. What makes it worse is that the she ate them "to avenge their latest victim", despite neither of them killing anyone prior to their death. Fortunately (for Dave, at least), their appeareance in Season 179 was in a much higher note.
- Chester Bennington (Season 169, 171 and 174* .)
- The Fallen (Season 172)
- The Worf Effect: The all-powerful founder of the movie-verse Decepticons was thrown into a volcano by Kurtis Stryker, who is an ordinary cop; and Private, a normal (by his franchise's standards) penguin. Especially egregious that Revenge of the Fallen had clearly and directly mentioned that only a Prime could defeat the Fallen.
- The Grand Inquisitor (Season 173)
- Master Xehanort (Season 175 and Season 180note )
- Peter Cushing (Season 176)
- Small Role, Big Impact: Peter mostly stays behind the scene, with his most prominent appearance being saving Marceline from death by transforming her into a cyborg after she was attacked by Daybreaker. However, this act paved way for Marcie's victory, ending with her killing Daybreaker and avenging both herself and Peter, whom Daybreaker had killed in a drowning "accident" long before.
- Kairi (Season 178note )
- Badass Pacifist: Rather unsurprisingly, due to her her pure heart of light. She reached the top five without killing anyone.
- The Cassandra: She tried to make a point out to Fennec how dangerous SKAIA is. Fennec doesn't listen.
- The Woobie: In Season 178. She secretly longs for home, but she hid it by doing other activities. At times, however, she's about to break from the stress, and it grew worse after her childhood friend crush Sora's death. Unfortunately, her journey abruptly ended when Fennec killed her by shooting her in the face with a coconut gun.
- Yokai (Season 181note )
Joined in season 17.Tributes so far in alphabetical order:
- Hibiki Tachibana (18th place, season 45)
- L'ananas, from the French Canadian Children's television show Telefrancais. (30th place, season 17. 34th place, season 47)
- Palutena (7th place, season 18)
- Spotted Garden Eel (2nd place, season 47)
- Takumi (31st place, season 17)
- Thomas the Dank Engine (13th place, season 18)
- Yang Xiao Long (20th place, season 45)
Joined in season 162. Has mainly nominated characters from Square Enix franchises.Notable Tributes:
- Garuda (season 165)
- Genuine Primal Hide: Theodore Roosevelt wears her skin as a jacket after skinning her.
- Humiliation Conga: Poor, poor Garuda. She had a slash wrote about her in which she gets Pickle Rick pregnant. By a Drowzee, of all things. But Wait, There's More! She also gets forced to wear a Coneof Shame by a NASCAR driver, before finally meeting her grisly end by getting skinned by the 26th President of the United States.
- Zenos yae Galvus (season 162 and 175. Notable for being extremely out of character in season 175.)
- Yotsuyu (season 177)
- Ax-Crazy: Her kills post-Snow can make her be seen as this.
- Badass Normal: Worfed Nightmare Moon by shooting her while she was drowning with a machine gun, tricked Kurloz into hugging a cactus dressed up as a scarecrow, and kidnapped Cyborg!Marceline! And she's only a Doman Hyur with no powers what-so-ever.
- Break the Haughty: Her behavior during the later half of the season can be seen as this, since she did get stunned by three ghosts.
- Near Villain Victory: If it weren't for Count Chocola, she could've won the season.
- Took a Level in Badass: A pretty huge one, since she went from getting stunned by three ghosts to killing President Snow, three tributes while they were drowning with a machine gun (One of them being Nightmare Moon), tricking Kurloz into hugging a cactus, thinking it was a scarecrow, and kidnapping Marceline (who at that point has been cyberized by Peter Cushing).
- Sephiroth (1st place and most murderous of season 170, and was in season 176 as part of the Hall of Fame games.)
- Badass Decay: He was Eredars' 1st winning tribute in season 170. In season 176, however, he was killed by Sour Cream's clone, George Burns, someone significantly weaker than him.
- Jerkass: He is by far the coldest tribute Eredars has nominated so far. Examples include him tying Tsukaka Hiiragi up and throwing her into a river and shrinking Victor Nikiforov, then eating him.
- The Worf Effect: Was killed in season 176 by the aforementioned Sour Cream clone.
- Oddjob (Eredars' 1st non video game tribute. Winner and most murderous of season 172 and was in 176 as part of the Hall of Fame games, though he wasn't victorious in that one.)
- Badass Decay: He was Eredars' 2nd winning tribute in season 172, only to get killed by an inanimate object in 176. During the 1st day.
- Bestiality Is Depraved: Had sex with Private, after which he says it was the best sex he had.
- Stock "Yuck!": Disgusts Pacha, Forrest Gump, and Lucas (Especially Lucas) by ordering pineapple pizza.
- Y'shtola Rhul (season 162 and 169)
- Ravana (season 165)
- Hildibrand Mandervile (season 166)
- Nashu Mhakaracca (4th place in season 166)
- Sephirot (season 170)
- The Profound Darkness (season 166)
- Matoi (season 175)
- Ugh-Zan III (season 166)
- Caim (season 167)
- Zero (season 167)
- 2B (season 168)
- 9S (season 168)
- A2 (season 169)
- Gul'dan (season 169)
- Garrosh Hellscream (season 169)
- Machina (season 170)
- Eve (season 170)
- Honoka(season 171)
- Nyotengu (season 171)
- Browny (season 172)
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Died during the Bloodbath by getting shot by Myr, who he thought was using a Nerf gun.
- Exdeath (season 173)
- Kefka Palazzo (season 173)
- Hagalaz (season 174)
- An Eidolon Teralyst (season 174)
- Evil Is Petty: Following in Hagalaz's footsteps, it also burned an anthill with a magnifying glass.
- Gentle Giant: Was nice enough to allow Julien to ride on it's back, despite being a giant Sentient war machine.
- The Worf Effect: It got sniped. That normally wouldn't be bothersome... except that it was Bea, a gothic anthropomorphic crocodile, that sniped it.
- Edward Carnby (Season 180)
- Chris Refield (Season 180)
Graf von Tirol
Was an active participant in the thread since the third game, also hosting a fair number of games himself. Formerly went by Earl of Sandvich. The following tributes he submitted reached the hall of fame:
- Jesse Cox (Winner, Season 3; tied for most kills)
- Segata Sanshiro (3rd Place, Season 4)
- Dodger (3rd Place, Season 7)
- Mia Fey (2nd Place, Season 10)
- Nappa (Winner, Season 11)
- Interspecies Romance: With Fluttershy. Was distraught when Fluttershy committed suicide, so he won it for her.
- Terrance (2nd Place, Season 14; most kills)
- Max Rockatansky (3rd Place, Season 14)
- Dorothy Gale (2nd Place, Season 16; most kills)
- Face–Heel Turn: The minute she killed the Cowardly Lion. The Heel status continued into the next game, though she didn't last long.
- The Cowardly Lion (3rd Place, Season 16)
- Elizabeth I (2nd Place, Season 18)
- Lammy (Winner, Season 20)note
- Back from the Dead: Died way back in Season 1, and became champion nineteen seasons later. Then she died again late in the Hall of Fame battle royale.
- Bulma Briefs (2nd Place, Season 33)
- Cuphead (2nd Place, Season 36)
- Dr. Rusty Venture (Winner, Season 41)
- Adaptational Badass: In his source show, he's a drug addict with very little physical ability to speak of. Here, he actually won by killing Lucifer with an arrow to the head.
- Mr. Bean (Winner, Season 43)
- Danny Sexbang (3rd Place, Season 46)
- China (2nd Place, Season 58)
- CATS (2nd Place, Season 60)
- Veronica Santangelo (Winner, Season 70; tied for most kills)
- John Cena (2nd Place, Season 76; most kills; Winner, Season 88)
- Cleveland Cavaliers (Winner, Season 84; most kills)
- Chicago Cubs (3rd Place, Season 84)
- The Grinch (3rd Place, Season 95)
- Femscout (2nd Place, Season 96)
- What's Her Face (2nd Place, Season 97)
- Swoocing Shaggy (Winner, Season 98)
- Colin Mochrie (3rd Place, Season 106)
Prefers to send in Kamen Riders as TributesNotable tributes:
- Armored Rider Gaim: Participant in Season 14
- Epic Fail: Somehow managed to die of thirst while having a device that makes it that he doesn't even need to drink or eat in the first place.
- Armored Rider Ryugen: Winner of Season 14
Joined in Season 149
A regular participant since season 2. Notable tributes include:
- Raiden (3rd place and tied for most kills in season 3)
- General Hux (3rd place in Season 6)
- Sub-Zero (2nd place in Season 7)
- Darth Zannah (2nd place and most kills in Season 11)
- Michonne (tied for most kills in Seasons 23 and 37)
- Doctor Aphra (tied for most kills in Season 25)
- Mordin Solus (tied for most kills in Season 25)
- Grand Admiral Thrawn (3rd place in Season 26)
- Ryuko Matoi (1st place and tied for most kills in Season 27)
- SHODAN (tied for most kills in Season 27)
- Luke Skywalker (3rd place in Season 27)
- Zarya (1st place in Season 28)
- The Heavy (tied for most kills in Season 28)
- Soldier: 76 (1st place in Season 34, 1st place and most kills in Season 64)
- Linkara (1st place in Season 38)
- Kylo Ren (3rd place in Season 40)
- Charizard (tied for most kills in Season 42)
- Darth Vader (3rd place in Season 43)
- Allison Pregler (1st place and tied for most kills in Season 51)
- Jack Sparrow (1st place in Season 52)
- Captain Phasma (tied for most kills in season 54)
- Taylor Momsen (tied for most kills in Season 59)
- Sasuke Uchiha (1st place in Season 62)
- Kingsley Shacklebolt (2nd place in Season 63, 3rd place in Season 74)
- Zeref (tied for most kills in Season 65)
- Cho Chang (tied for most kills in Season 69)
- Cute and Psycho: One day, she just snapped and slaughtered four tributes with an Avada Kedavra barrage in a fit of rage.
- Smaug (Most kills in Season 85)
- Marcus Holloway (3rd place in Season 103)
- Mulan (Most kills in Season 106)
- Sanity Slippage: If the fact that she laughed about shooting down Crowbard is any indication, the Games took a serious toll on her psyche.
- D. Va (tied for most kills in Season 109)
- Sombra (3rd place in Season 111)
- Queen Chrysalis (2nd place in Season 113)
- Genji Shimada (tied for most kills in Season 119)
- Lightning Farron (1st place and most kills in Season 128, 1st place in Season 164, 1st place in Season 176)
- Han Solo (2nd place in Season 143)
- Ana Amari (2nd place in Season 144)
- Captain Marvel (3rd place in Season 148)
- Lord Voldemort (1st place and tied for most kills in Season 148, 2nd place in Season 150, 3rd place and most kills in Season 164)
- Evil Mentor: May or may not have served as one for Randall Boggs in Season 148, if the latter's shrine to the dark lord was any indication.
- Took a Level in Badass: After an extremely long run as a regular Butt-Monkey in the game, he finally managed to step his game up and claim victory in Season 148.
- Widowmaker (1st place and most kills in Season 161)
- Took a Level in Badass: After countless seasons of failure, she managed to step her game up and then some in Season 161.
- Marceline (1st place in Season 177)
- Arch-Enemy: To Daybreaker, after the tyrannical incarnation of Princess Celestia nearly killed her. Upon being saved and turned into a cyborg by Peter Cushing, however, she went on to enact vengeance on her would-be killer in the finale.
- Combat Pragmatist: Mixed lemon juice into a sleeping Daybreaker's eye drops the night before the finale, presumably to temporarily blind her for an easier win the next day.
- Cyborg: Peter Cushing's life-saving procedure involved turning Marceline into a cyborg vampire, following her near-fatal encounter with Daybreaker.
- Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: While Marcy's no pushover (what with being a vampire), she still ultimately slew Daybreaker, a powerful alicorn whose sun-based magic posed a very serious threat to her, by crushing her skull against the unforgiving ground with a Spinning Piledriver.
Joined somewhere in the Season 20-30 range (he doesn't remember). His tributes mainly come from video games and are mostly female. Notable tributes:
Has sent in quite a few tributes, most of whom were from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Touhou, Undertale, or Homestuck. The vast majority of them die anticlimactic and/or early deaths, and few have placed in the top 3. Is prone to complaining about his tributes' terrible luck. Occasionally suggests (usually fatal) custom events.
- Roman Torchwick (Got 3rd place in Season 1. Has appeared many times afterwards, invariably performing poorly)
- Back Stab: How he killed Korra in Season 9.
- Butt-Monkey: Not quite on the level of Kars, since he has actually placed in the top 3 at one point, but the simulator doesn't treat Torchwick too kindly either.
- Stuff Blowing Up: Killed two people, one of whom was the other tribute from his district, during Season 1's Feast using an explosive.
- Unexplained Recovery: Manages to pull this quite often, considering his numerous appearances and deaths throughout the Seasons.
- The Engineer (Got 3rd place in Season 12 and 2nd place in Season 22, and the one who adopted Toothless)
- Kosaku Kawajiri (Placed 5th and got the most kills in Season 12, and placed 4th and got the most kills in Season 104)
- Kars (Placed 5th in Season 11, also notable for being killed by Fluttershy of all people.)
- Butt-Monkey: Died a rather undignified death in every season that he's been nominated for.
- Flowey (A tribute in various seasons, notable for presumably being Mort's corrupter in Season 11 and appearing in multiple seasons)
- Dio Brando (A tribute in Season 14, notable for killing his own son)
- Offing the Offspring: Kills his son, Giorno Giovanna.
- Snoop Dogg (A tribute in Season 16, notable for being black, and dying before any other tribute because of it)
- Black Dude Dies First: The second example of this throughout the various seasons.
- Mystia Lorelei (Placed 3rd in Season 18. Also a tribute in Season 22.)
- Cirno (A tribute in Season 18, notable for killing Slaanesh)
- Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Killed Slaanesh in Season 18's bloodbath.
- Asriel Dreemurr (Placed 3rd in Season 21. Also a tribute in Season 22.)
- Irony: Despite the fact that it's impossible to lose his fight, he got two kills and placed third in the first season for which he was nominated.
- Mettaton NEO (A tribute in Season 21, notable for being entirely unlike he is in Undertale)
- William A. Zeppeli (Placed 1st and got the most kills in Season 29.)
- Joseph Joestar (A tribute in Seasons 29 and 30, and placed 2nd in Season 30. Notable for continuing the tradition of filicide among JoJo characters)
- Offing the Offspring: Kills Josuke in Season 30.
- Josuke Higashikata (Tied for most kills in Season 30)
- Giygas (A tribute in Season 4, but later got 2nd place in Season 32.)
- Shulk (Tied with Kamina for most kills in Season 41)
- Kuja (Was first nominated as a tribute in Season 1, and was nominated once more afterwards, not placing in the top 3 either of those times. However, upon being nominated as Trance Kuja in Season 45, he placed 1st and got the most kills in that season.)
- Wolf O'Donnell (Placed first in Season 50)
- Badass Pacifist: Got no kills during Season 50, yet ended up winning.
- Shinryu (Placed first and tied for most kills with Captain Phasma in Season 54. Notable for being a powerful character in its work of origin and actually managing to place first here)
- Star Dream (Placed second and got the most kills in Season 55.)
- Ax-Crazy: Much like it is in its work of origin.
- Jotaro Kujo (Tied for most kills in Season 57)
- Christian Brutal Sniper (Placed 3rd in Season 58)
- Infernoid Attondel (Tied for most kills in Season 66)
- Garland (Placed 1st in Season 67)
- Chainsaw Good: Seems to be adept with the chainsaw, if the finale of Season 67 is any indication.
- Neopolitan (Tied for most kills in Season 70)
- Cute and Psycho: Continues the tradition of a cute tribute going on a rampage in the arena.
- Yoshikage Kira (Was nominated multiple times throughout the various Seasons before placing 1st and getting the most kills in Season 71)
- Michael Rosen (Placed 2nd and got most kills in Season 72)
- Flandre Scarlet (Placed 3rd in Season 79)
- The World's Sharpest Knife(TM) (Placed first and tied for most kills in Season 96)
- Lethal Joke Character: Managed to place first and tie for most kills in Season 96 despite being, well, a knife.
- Himself (Placed 1st in Season 100, but also showed up once beforehand.)
- Green-Eyed Monster: Presumably the reasoning behind his first kill out of the two that he made in Season 100.
- Johnny Joestar (Placed 1st in Season 105, and placed 3rd and got most kills in Season 112, but showed up a couple of times beforehand)
- Sanity Slippage: As (presumably) the result of Ridley's influence, during Season 112, Johnny went from saving Dumbo from being tied to a railroad track and performing other generally harmless antics in the earlier parts of the season to going berserk and going on a killing spree that would land him the most kills of the season later on.
- Stalker With a Crush: Had one of these in the form of Ridley in Season 112.
- Took a Level in Badass: While his appearances before Season 105 didn't result in him doing particularly well, he placed 1st in Season 105, and also managed to place on the podium and get the most kills in Season 112.
- Qrow Branwen (Got the most kills in Season 108)
- Ascended to a Higher Plane of Existence: How he "died" in Season 108.
- Tenkai Zuifeng (Technically tied for most kills in Season 116 by way of killing a group tribute)
- Chef Excellence (Placed 1st in Season 117)
- Leeroy Jenkins (Placed 1st and got the most kills in Season 118)
- Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: Had a nasty case of this, with those helped by him often meeting their ends at his hands later on.
- Mad Dummy (Placed 2nd in Season 118)
- Elfin Mint (Placed 2nd in Season 128)
- Draconian Dignitary (Placed 1st in Season 132, also notable for being the first Homestuck hall-of-famer)
- Demonic Possession: Was somehow able to possess Inigo Montoya and use his body to kill another tribute.
- Ship Tease: Had some of this with Inigo, of all people, in Season 132, with the two enjoying a hot spring together early on in the season, then having a duel in which neither were left-handed, then getting into a sled race with two other tributes, then being part of the same group selfie, and THEN, near the end of the season, getting drunk together and singing to celebrate the sudden deaths of three tributes.
- Trap Master: He also managed to kill humanity's sanity with a trap. Somehow.
- Sukune Katano (Placed 1st in Season 133)
- Kurloz Makara (A tribute in Season 141, notable for sleeping with a good portion of that season's cast)
- The Casanova: Managed to get his own harem at one point in the season.
- The Dolorosa (Placed 2nd in Season 149, also the second Homestuck hall-of-famer)
- The Stoner: Smoked weed on two separate occasions in Season 149.
- Marquise Spinneret Mindfang (Placed 1st and tied for most kills in Season 152)
- Kanaya Maryam (Placed 2nd in Season 153 and Season 163)
- Scrafty (Placed 2nd in Season 160)
- Yaldabaoth (Placed 1st in Season 173)
Jedi Ninja Kat
A participant who joined around Season 170. I'm not really sure which season. Feel free to fill in the blanks.
Notable tributes:Annabeth Chase - Season 175. I put her here because if fighting off the Omniverse isn't notable I don't know what's is.
Other tributes:I have them but don't know how to post them and can't remember most of them anyways.
A participant who sends cute girls straight to their dooms. Joined in season 156.
- Ai-Pon - Season 175
- Asato Miyo
- Akemi Homura - Season 161
- Atra Mixta - Season 162
- Bombergirl - Season 162 (2nd Place)
- Dropped a Bridge on Him: She comes very close to winning, except she drowns herself by complete accident.
- Elphelt Valentine note - Season 156
- Disney Villain Death: Dies plummeting to her death from Mr Bones' Wild Ride.
- Gourai - Season 157
- Adaptational Villainy: She is much more cold-blooded than her original counterpart.
- Artifact of Doom: She kills Widowmaker with a Death Note.
- Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: She tries to kill Mimic, her own partner in the tribute.
- Karmic Death: After more or less trying to murder innocent children and double-crossing the others, she gets killed by Hoxton in cold blood.
- Would Hurt a Child: Has no problem blowing up a family of goats, one of which is a child.
- HK416 - Season 156 (3rd Place)
- Isaac Clarke - Season 158
- Jyn Erso
- Kazuo & Mitsuko - Season 170, Season 182
- Kitaeri - Season 175
- Hair-Trigger Temper: She kills someone because they called her cute. Yea, a voice actress who voices cute characters dislikes being called cute.
- Sniper Duel: With an English letter. She gets counter-sniped.
- Leo - Season 158
- Mikazuki & Akatsuki - Season 162
- Miki Sayaka - Season 159, Season 168, Season 172, Season 173
- Breaking the Fourth Wall: She writes a self-demonstrating page on TV Tropes for herself. Perhaps Mhazard would one day actually help her to complete her page.
- Character Death:
- In season 159, she gets killed by Neophyte Redglare for making out with A Dude And His Robots.
- In season 168, her witch form gets dismembered by the color black, and Sayaka herself has her soul destroyed by CATS using the Shun Goku Satsu.
- In season 173, her parachute gets sabotaged by Kyoko, and she plummets to her death.
- Cherry Tapping: She kills the Grand Inquisitor with a tree branch.
- Home Run Hitter: She sends Female Mii straight to Heaven to face divine judgement.
- Imperial Stormtrooper Marksmanship Academy: Due to not being Homura, she has trouble aiming an apple above someone's head and accidentally shoots the person in the head. May qualify as Improbable Aiming Skills had it not for being a complete accident.
- Improbable Aiming Skills: Her aim significantly improved in Season 172 to the point that she won a paintball match, but it turned out she was using an aimbot and she got VAC-banned.
- Improbable Weapon User: She sometimes uses a tree branch as a weapon.
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: She and Kintaro deliver one to Kitana until she died of internal bleeding.
- They Killed Kenny Again: She often recovers without explanation, only to get killed again. An alarming example is when both herself and her Witch form, Oktavia von Seckendorff, get killed at the first day. Getting killed at the first round is one thing. But getting killed twice at the first round? That's legendary.
- Mimic - Season 157
- Big Eater: He loves eating, especially eating cute girls.
- Chest Monster: He's a sentient treasure chest. He's also the very same chest who have just eaten HK416.
- Character Death: Gets killed by Ralph Wiggum.
- Extreme Omnivore: He eats everything, some said he ate the entire churro machine in Season 157 all because he found it easier to eat the whole thing than chewing churros one by one.
- Not So Above It All: As long as he's not hungry, he has no problem talking selfies with the others.
- Obliviously Evil: He is by no means evil, he's just being hungry and he has no clue about the damage he does to the others whenever he eats someone.
- Mitty - Season 174, Season 180
- Back Stab: In Season 180, she stabs "Sans Undertale"◊ in the back.
- Cute and Psycho: Don't let her cuteness fool you, if she decides to go after you, it wouldn't end well.
- Eaten Alive: In Season 180, she gets eaten by a pack of wolves.
- The Dreaded: In Season 174, the cornucopia straight up runs away from her. She then killed President Snow, to the surprise of many participants. However, she quickly got a karmic Worf when she was stabbed to death by Marlin and Nemo, who had taped knives in their eyes. She was the first of the six tributes who fell at the fins of the duo.
- Nanachi - Season 174
- Cruel and Unusual Death: She gets drilled multiple times by Uppercase B, an English letter.
- Orson Krennic
- Retired Hunter Djura - Season 169 (2nd Place), Season 176
- Adaptational Heroism: While Djura is already heroic to begin with, this is the first time he saves a human girl, twice.
- Adaptational Wimp: In Season 176, he wears a Neptune T-shirt and gets killed by Donald Trump effortlessly.
- Brats with Slingshots: He makes a slingshot as a backup weapon towards the end.
- Dropped a Bridge on Him: He comes very close to victory, except he gets killed by Awesomewade's ghost before he can confront Francis in the ensuing final battle.
- Friendly Enemy: To Homura. While they're supposed to be enemies, Djura doesn't hold any grudge toward her. He even saves Homura twice.
- Foil: To the Magical Girls. He's determined to protect the beasts and hunt down the people who dare to hunt beasts, the exact opposite thing of what a hunter would do.
- Go-Karting with Bowser: He and Homura play tetherball with a beehive.
- Interrupted Suicide: When Homura is about to commit suicide, Djura talks her out of it.
- Pet the Dog: When Homura note breaks down crying, Djura, of everyone, comforts her. He's supposed to be only friendly to beasts, and yet he chooses to comfort his enemy rather than killing her. Perhaps he sees Homura as a beast rather than a human, and he protects beasts. Considering that a Magical Girl on the verge of breakdown would turn into a Witch, he's not that far off, Witches do indeed behave like beasts, and they were once humans, just like the poor beasts in Old Yharnam he's been trying to protect, except Witches are more of something similar to Great Ones.
- Sakura Kyoko - Season 159
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Die right at the first round of the battle.
- Tamadra - Season 162
- Slave Knight Gael - Season 180
- Slot Machine - Season 173
- Valtr, Master of the League - Season 169
- Bears are Bad News: How he dies toward the end.
Tropes associated with Mhazard's tributes in general:
Tropes associated with Mhazard's in-game personality:
- Black Comedy: He often leaves sarcastic remark whenever his tribute dies.
- For Science!: The sole reason why Sayaka gets repeatedly nominated. He repeatedly nominates her as a tribute only because he wants to see her dying in the most obscure way as possible.
- Kick the Dog: His treatment towards Sayaka is never kind to begin with. But starting from season 176, he finally shows his true color as a sadistic participant by admitting he wants to see Sayaka dying over and over again.
Occasional host and custom event person. First made his debut in Season 114, showing up out of the blue to host the games (he hosts simulator sessions on another website).
- MYBUTT, aka Gumball
- Finished 3rd place in Season 124
- The Kid
- Finished 3rd place in Season 135
- Anna Grimsdottir
- Winner of Season 149
- Isshin Matoi
- Finished 3rd place in Season 154
- Finished 3rd place in Season 168
- Gene Kelly
- Finished 2nd place in Season 172
- Sophitia Alexandra
- Finished 3rd place in Season 175
- Revenge: Destroys Uppercase D for killing her sister Cassandra earlier.