- I have absolutely no fucking idea what I'm doing!
Tropes associated with Tox:
- Back from the Dead: Tox died and came back after a confusing series of events involving clones created according to zodiac signs in Mall Fight 4.5, first acting like a Jesus figure and eventually just going back to normal a few pages later instead of trying to forgive things Eric had already done by then in-thread.
- He also comes back to life after being dead in Earth Venture.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Acts pretty stupid from time to time, but possibly the most capable person in the Mall.
- Cool Shades: Tox started wearing Sollux Captor's tubular shades since the end of Mall Fight 2, and wore them for so long that he forgot he even had them.
- The Hero / Big Good: Of 2, most of 3 and on, although he prefers to qualify himself and the other Fighters as protagonists.
- Katanas Are Just Better: His main weapon in the earlier Mall Fights.
- Kind Hearted Cat Lover: Absolutely loves Totoro.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He might be a little hard to get a long with, but he really does care for his friends.
- The Leader: Both in-thread and in real life, as Tox' Writer has stuck through Mall Fight ever since he appeared in MF 2, even when Eric started ruining everything.
- Magic Knight
- Put on a Bus: Mysteriously disappears sometime before Earthventure, and the GM took over a new character named Marcel.
- The Bus Came Back: He returns to warn the Fighters about going to the Moon, yet they ignore him and defeat him in a boss battle.
- Sleep Cute: Falls asleep cuddling a Totoro plushie.
- Signature Move: His binary powers.
- Those Two Guys: Him and Waffles.
- Totally Radical: He lives in the ways of people like Bill & Ted.
- Weapon of Choice: A metric fuckton of them, but most importantly a katana bluntly named the Legendary Katana but which was re-named Epsilon by Tox, which stuck to him until Mall Fight 7.
- Connor Lonske
Tropes associated with Connor:
- Anything That Moves: Player Connor is well known for being a promiscuous bisexual, and for him pretty much anything goes.
- Put on a Bus: Due to real life problems, he's taken a leave of absence from Mall Fight.
- Weapon of Choice: His Widowmaker Sniper Rifle which uses .50 BMG bullets and his .223 Revolver (based off the gun from Fallout (Based off the gun from Blade Runner).
- I will not stand for the mockery of something I helped pioneer.
- Waffles N. Bacon
Tropes associated with Waffles:
- Abusive Parents: The emotional kind.
- Adult Fear: Due his absuive upbring, he always fears his not being a good enough parent for Kasey.
- Astral Projection: Somewhat. During his training in Gensokyo, his spirit left his body and took a concious of it's own and joined the Mall Fighters during Earthventure. He has no recollection of what happened.
- Black and Nerdy
- Badass Driver/ Car Fu: "When you see the grill, head for the hill!"
- Not does he have complete mastery over a military grade Jeep, but any and every vehicle.
- Beat Still, My Heart: His heart was pulled out by Wacon and he was unable to respawn because the Respawn Matrix still viewed him as a live.
- Catch-Phrase: "Shit is awesome now!" and several variations of it in the early pages.
- "Well...Shit" recently.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: It's calmed down as of late, but in early pages he'd would off the wall insane.
- Deadpan Snarker: "Are you going to ignore my snarky comments, Tox? Because, I'm going to keep making them no matter what."
- Ditzy Genius: One of the smartest in the Mall, but is very silly.
- Flat Earth Agnostic: He has been around several Gods, but yet still questions there existence.
- Edible Theme Naming: Part of a good breakfast.
- Keet: In spades in the earlier Mall Fights. It's cool down significantly.
- Hero of Another Story: During MF9, Waffles is single-handily fighting Morpheus and saving the Mall, while the Fighters only have inklings on what he's doing.
- Locked Out of the Loop: He has no idea what happened during the events of Earthventure.
- Only Sane Man: Very seldom.
- Papa Wolf: You do not want to mess with his beloved daughter Kasey.
- Put on a Bus: Absent from the events of Earth Venture because he was in the Gensokyo Mall training.
- The Bus Came Back: Came back shortly in Earth Venture as a spirit.
- Real Song Theme Tune: The instrumental version of Ai Wo Torimodose.
- The Smart Guy: At times it overlaps with Genius Bruiser and Genius Ditz thanks to his knowledge of genetics.
- Self-Made Orphan
- Shipper on Deck: He ironically ships Ice and Tox together.
- Soul Brotha
- Those Two Guys: Him and Tox, more recently Salt.
- Token Minority
- Twofer Token Minority: Both Black and Dalek
- Universal Driver's License
- Wave Motion Gun: Newly created ability of the Metsu Beam.
- Weapon of Choice: Originally, a Dalek Arm, but thanks to the Retcon, he couldn't use it any more. He now uses syringes which he uses for effecting enemies and buffing team mates.
- Dude, I love boss fights!
- Saltaria Crane/Kwon Su-jin
Tropes associated with Salt:
- A God Am I: At the end of Earthventure, Salt replaced Hel as the Goddess of the Norse afterlife. While she's a bit smug over it, Salt is no more or less evil since.
- Ambiguous Disorder: Her character sheet in Earthventure lists her as having an 'Ambiguous Skin Disorder' that makes her weak to bright light.
- Big Bad Wannabe: Wanted nothing more than to be seen as a serious threat at first. As time went on, Salt's mellowed out considerably.
- Body Surf: How she's managed to survive a ridiculous amount of pain in Earthventure.
- Chubby Chaser
- Dragon with an Agenda: Salt played this to Hel until the opportunity arose to usurp the position herself. Averted in that Salt's not evil.
- Easy Sex Change: Justified, all it took was a zap of the Staff of Genderswapping.
- Girly Girl: Likes to look fashionable at any given time, and has used her powers over the dead just to make dresses.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: She tends to get pissed at any perceived or real slight against her.
- Heroic Sacrifice: She cast the Armageddon spell in an effort to save everyone else in the finale of MF 7. She got better.
- An Ice Person
- Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: Her attempts at being an antagonist failed so spectacularly that it's really hard not to feel a little bit sorry for her.
- Lady of War: Tries to look beautiful and kick ass, both to varying degrees of success.
- Lipstick Lesbian: Only previously subverted in the case of Joe.
- Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places: Almost one of Salt's defining traits is her terrible romantic pursuits.
- Long-Lost Relative: Ends up meeting her father in Mall Fight: Gaiden. It doesn't end well.
- Along with learning she has a sister.
- Punch-Clock Villain: Despite working for the Norse goddess of Death, she's a generally a nice person that just so happens to reap souls. And now she IS the Norse goddess of Death.
- Mundane Utility: Salt regularly uses her necromancy powers for...the creation of death-themed dresses and swimwear, which even the narrator admits look nice.
- Parental Abandonment: Salt was left in foster care by her parents, supposedly as to keep her safe.
- Shovel Strike: Her main form of attack, excluding magic.
- The Ditz: Is starting to show signs of this, from mistaking Jurassic Park for a real life documentary to confusing Austin, Texas with AUSTRALIA.
- Those Two Guys: Despite a good amount of headbutting between the two when Salt first showed up, Waffles and her have grown to be very good friends.
- Tsundere: Subverted. "I'm not a tsundere. I just have deep-seated anger management problems."
- Twofer Token Minority: Salt marks off just about every sort of minority. To wit: Albino, blind, Korean, transgender, and gay.
- Weapon of Choice: Shovels, as of late.
- What the Hell, Hero?: Went against Tox's warning in Earthventure to not use the Pillar Gems and may have ended up dooming the Earth.
- Something very stupid is about to happen.
- Trilby Will
Tropes associated with Trilby
- Ambiguous Gender: As a result of the gender-bending.
- Berserk Button: Eric and people defacing Wikipedia articles.
- Came from the Sky: The Star Strike spell.
- Dimensional Traveller: Repeatedly, as a consequence of appearing in We Are Our Avatars.
- The Engineer: He's built killer robots, a giant mech and a full-sized railgun built into a handgun.
- Finger Gun: That shoot dark matter.
- Gender Bender: Thanks to Eric at the end of Mall Fight 6.
- When he returned he forgot to check leaving his sex unknown.
- Numerous times in Ran's Mall Fight.
- Gravity Master
- I Love Nuclear Power
- Improvised Weapon
- The Legions of Hell: Gluttons and the Greedy don't fill this role very well.
- Necromancer: After reading the Necronomicon.
- Not Quite Flight
- Robot Buddy: The Bearbots.
- Tome of Eldritch Lore: The Necronomicon and the Magic Window book.
- These Are Things Man Was Not Meant to Know: The Magic Window book being dangerous for non-omnipotent people to read did not stop Trilby from trying to read it.
- Weapon of Choice: His mace, JUST1C3.
- You Gotta Have Puce Hair
- Can you take me to Nugerua?
- Tommy Scott
Associated with Tox
- Does anyone have a banana?
Tropes associated with Xot:
- Dimensional Traveler: Mall Fight's Ur-Example, as he created the Hypercube System himself and pretty much allowed everyone to travel through dimensions as easily as going to a store.
- Heel–Face Revolving Door: He loves that trope like it's his own child.
- Mad Scientist: Amongst his scientific abilities, he often claims that he can (and actually does once or twice) rewire most sorts of machinery with his own organs.
Tropes associated with Venbak:
- Don't act like you're surprised.
- Tox' Final Descendant
Tropes associated with FD Tox:
- Living MacGuffin: Sort of. Although he did show up spiritually at a few points while the Fighters were looking for the White Knight Heart so they could send it to him, he was unable to do anything until he actually regained his physical form.
- This better get on TV Tropes!
Tropes associated with Martin:
- Face–Heel Turn: From overpowered to Typheus, the actual most powerful being in the entirety of Mall Fight.
- Person of Mass Destruction: Knowing that he destroyed an army in Mall Fight 2 when his gauntlet was broken, it's not surprising.
- Power Limiter: For maybe 20 pages in Mall Fight 2, his power was limited by the gauntlet the Sixth Wall put on him.
Associated with Waffles
WaconEnternal Guardian of the Tox Lineage (Glorified Babysitter)
Tropes associated with Wacon:
- Frankenstein Girlfriend
- Diamond Bacon
Tropes associated with Diamond:
- Ax-Crazy: With a literal axe, or hatchet.
- Battle Couple: With Waffles, at times.
- Jerkass: Increasingly so, it started from hating Waffles and spread to everyone else.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She did try help Diablo join the side of good.
- The Lad-ette: Comparatively, a lot more manly then the rest of the Mall Fighters.
- Happily Married: To Waffles.
- Interspecies Romance: She's a imaginary friend given a physical body, he's a half human/half Dalek.
- Psycho Ex-Girlfriend: Inverted, when Waffles broke up with her, she became sane...Well more sane than what she was.
- Sticky Fingers: She has stolen several bottles of Vodka from Diablo.
- Yandere: Very much so in the beginning, not so much currently.
- Cloned Cat Child Multiuniversally Traveling Magical Girl (Try not to think too hard)
- Kasey Bacon
Tropes associated with Kasey
Alexander The Ultimate/Great
- So, I suppose you all want to kill us.
- Alexander The Ultimate/Great
Tropes associated with Alexander The Great/Ultimate
- DO YOU THINK THIS IS A MOTHER FUCKING GAME??
- Backroom/Blackjack Six
Tropes associated with Backroom/Blackjack Six
Associated with Salt
- So, will it be a quickie this time, or do you want to drag it out?
- Kimmy Hed
Tropes associated with Kimmy:
- Flat Character: Mainly exists for a single running joke and to be the Mall's lone barista.
- Genki Girl
- Girly Girl
- Innocently Insensitive: Has no clue that she talks in a lot of innuendo.
- Running Gag: Most of her dialogue is spoken in an affably inappropriate double entendre.
- Oh...oh yes.
- Kwon Su-jae
Tropes associated with Kwon Su-jae:
- Lord of the Negas
- Nega Tox
Tropes associated with Nega Tox:
- Fucking Insane
Tropes associated with Sister:
- Ax-Crazy: She prefers a chainsaw, but you get the idea.
- Better as Friends: How the much less aggressive Sister of Ran's Fight lets Salt down.
- Breakout Character: To date, she has had a far bigger impact than her brother has on Mall Fight. From regularly antagonizing the Fighters to being an important supporting character in Ran's Fight, and finally culminating in duping the love-struck Salt into helping her take over Hell, she's come a long way from being a one-off NPC.
- Chaotic Evil: I'm sorry, did the affinity for murdering people with a chainsaw not tip you off?
- Generic Doomsday Villain: Wants to enslave the Omniverse. Never explains how.
- Frontline General: Leads the charge of the forces of Hell in the finale of Mall Fight 7.
- Orcus on His Throne: Averted, she takes a very active role once Hell goes after the Fighters and the White Knights in Mall Fight 7.
- [DISPENSING TEAR BUCKET. FILL IT, BITCH]
- Mango Sentinel
Tropes associated with Mango:
- A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Was originally made in the Reboot timeline to play fighting games. MANGO eventually revolted against Diablo and opposed the fighters, with the overarching goal of making all humanity 'git gud'.
- Arc Villain: The first Big Bad of Ran's Reboot.
- Goldfish Poop Gang: Almost never taken seriously as a threat.
- Joke Character: His purpose is essentially to be a walking fighting game community meme-spouter.
- Shoot the Dog: Diablo is forced to delete MANGO after he proves just how dangerous he can be. He's left in tears after the fact.
- Shout-Out: His name and appearance are based on a joke within the Marvel Vs. Capcom community, due to an alternate costume of the character being 'mango' colored.
The White Knights
The White KnightsA group of cyborg knights who oppose the Fighters at regular intervals, culminating in them becoming the Big Bad Duumvirate with the Sixth Wall in Mall Fight 7.
Tropes associated with The White Knights:
- Cybernetics Eat Your Soul: The higher rank you are, the more enhancements you have. And the higher rank you are, the more morally reprehensible actions you'll be responsible for.
- Exactly What It Says on the Tin: They're knights with a primarily white color scheme. Go figure.
- Knight Templar: The whole organization, naturally.