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The Warriors for Hire

    Prohyas Warrior 
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Voiced by Kyle Carrozza
One half of Warriors For Hire and younger brother of Vambre Warrior. Though he's always eager for a battle, Prohyas tends to be more empathetic and compassionate than his more masculine sister. He cares a lot for his magiswords and hence he shares a close relationship with both Dolphin Magisword and Zombie Pumpkin Magisword.

  • Badass Longhair: Has this, but doesn't really fit any of the known tropes.
  • Berserk Button: Gets annoyed when someone implies that he isn't manly.
  • Big Eater: He tends to binge on junk food whenever possible.
  • Big Little Brother: He's the younger of the Warrior siblings, but is taller than his big sister.
  • Blood Knight: Can be applied to both siblings, but Prohyas appears to be less of this than Vambre, showing less interest in violence.
  • Catch-Phrase: "I have best plan!", "Cheese and crackers", "Sweet monkey chunky bunky!" and "Nope nope nope nope nope nope!".
  • Chaste Hero: Had no interest in romance or affection until meeting Penny Plasm, claiming he didn't even know what the word meant. He seems to like it just fine now, though...
  • Curtains Match the Window: Normally, his eyes are depicted as black, but certain expressions show that his irises are the same shade of blue as his hair.
  • Evil Twin: He suffers this trope in the form of his counterpart Nohyas, with a Running Gag that Nohyas often makes up stories based on Prohyas' life.
  • Genius Ditz: He's shown to be equal parts crafty and goofy.
    • When hired to destroy a giant Smashroom that was threatening their client's home, Prohyas tries to cheer up Zombie Pumpkin so he can destroy it. Vambre tries to slow it down by covering it with a giant wicker basket, and then stuffing its mouth with gum. The Smashroom eats both of them, since they're technically made from trees. Prohyas points this out, saying that Vambre didn't pay attention in Arboretum class. She responds that he didn't pay attention in anything else.
  • Hair Reboot: When his hair gets damaged, he can instantly grow it back by blowing on his thumb.
  • In Touch with His Feminine Side:
    • He is very caring towards his magiswords, especially Dolphin Magisword. Vambre notes that he has a mother's instinct, but he insists that he's manly.
    • He willingly lets Princess Zange try outfits on him in a women's clothing store. ... for a while.
  • Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: The feminine boy to Vambre's masculine girl.
  • Nice Guy: He's rather sweet and polite.
  • Organ Autonomy: Like Vambre's brain, his stomach is sentient and can take over when he's tired and hungry enough. After a period of particularly unhealthy eating, it can completely override him to find something of actual nutritional value.
  • Pungeon Master: He's fond of making puns.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: He will always insists that he's "MANLY!" whenever someone takes notice of his "feminine qualities."
  • Leitmotif: Shares one with Vambre that plays throughout most of the series.
  • Team Mom: The "MATRON OF HONOR", as he refers himself, has quite the mother's instinct.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Prohyas seems to love burgers, since he eats at Slugburger's and has the Excaliburger Magisword.
  • Verbal Tic: Prohyas has "Hey!" He acknowledges this trope directly in "Can I Keep It?" when Vambre explains that "Hey" is the word in slime language for "split in two."
    Prohyas: Hey, I understand. I have a Verbal Tic, which means I can't be around the little guy, or I'll flood the kingdom with slimes.
  • Weapon of Choice: The Dolphin Magisword and Accordion Magisword are his signature magiswords, with the former also doubling as his pet.
    • Also, Zombie Pumpkin Magisword.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Literally, in his case. Even his facial hair is light blue.

    Vambre Warrior 
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Voiced by Grey DeLisle
One half of Warriors For Hire and Prohyas' elder sister. She's much more masculine then her brother and possesses a fondness for books, specifically the Veronica Victoria series. She speaks with an inexplicable British accent.

  • Added Alliterative Appeal: Prefers her alliteration of Prohyas' puns.
  • Berserk Button: Quite a few, actually:
    • She is terrified of squirrels since childhood.
    • Never do or say anything to debase the Veronica Victoria book series.
    • Never ask her to put on some pants. In fact, try not to mention anything resembling pants in front of her.
  • Badass Bookworm: Reading is her favorite hobby and she seems to retain much more knowledge on obscure matters than her brother.
  • Big Sister Instinct: She's very protective of her younger brother Prohyas when anyone mocks him. She also shows this when a herd of evil squirrels attempt to attack Prohyas on stage.
    "STAY AWAY FROM MY BROTHER!!!"
  • Blood Knight: Likes to fight more than even her brother (who at least was hesitant to fight a dragon) and more often than not deliberately chooses more difficult/dangerous options purely for the thrill.
  • Catch-Phrase: "Och!", "Eee!" and "Word!"
  • Does Not Like Spam: Doesn't like Slugburgers and doesn't consider them real food (Prohyas actually doesn't think they're real food either, but that doesn't stop him).
  • Genius Ditz: Though she's a bit smarter and more serious than Prohyas, she's almost just as goofy.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Vambre may be blunt, a bit of a snarker and a total Blood Knight, but she is a good-hearted person who'll show compassion to anyone she cares about, especially her friends and her little brother.
  • The Lad-ette: Aside from her love of reading Veronica Victorious novels, her other known interests include beating things up and going on adventures and is completely uninterested in things that don't involve that (such as fashion). In "Case Clothed", she had no idea what "girl time" meant and was absolutely irritated when Princess Zange made her try on clothes.
  • Leitmotif: She shares one with Prohyas that plays throughout most of the series.
  • Leotard of Power: Vambre wears one because she doesn't like wearing pants.
  • Le Parkour: She "vanquishes" Grup by displaying some very hardcore parkour (which Grup is unable to replicate).
  • Loud of War: Generally uses the Oinkus Oinkus Magisword to stun any opponents with sonic oinking.
  • Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: The masculine girl to Prohyas' feminine boy.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Just look at her attire and curves!
  • Oblivious to Love: She seems to be the only person in Rhyboflavin who doesn't realize that Noville is madly in love with her.
  • Organ Autonomy: She often argues with her own brain.
  • Produce Pelting: Is prone to using her Tomato Magisword to pelt anyone that offends her with lame puns or bad theatre.
  • She's Got Legs: Indeed. Her pathological hatred of wearing pants ensures that they are always being shown off.
  • Slapstick Knows No Gender: Vambre is just as prone to Amusing Injuries and crazy facial expressions as her brother. Prominently displayed in "Walkies", where she performs a series of pratfalls to distract a dinosaur, with each pratfall bigger than the previous one.
  • Team Dad: Vambre is quite a bit more strict than the nurturing Prohyas.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: While she's the Team Dad of Warriors For Hire, she's also done some rather girly mannerisms in some of the shorts (on top of wearing a dress as a child).
  • Unexplained Accent: She has a British accent and uses appropriated cultural phrases that nobody else on the show, including her brother and parents, does for no explained reason.
    • In one vlog, Prohyas mentions that Vambre sometimes talks in her sleep without her accent.
    • In one flashback of "Random Acts of Memory", she blurts out in a normal accent that her British accent isn't real after getting shot in the mouth with "truth-paste".
  • Verbal Tic: Sometimes says "Och!" when annoyed and says "Eee!" when excited.
  • Weapon of Choice: The Tomato Magisword and Oinkus Oinkus Magisword are her signature magiswords.
  • Women Are Wiser: Subverted. She likes to think of herself as the responsible elder sibling, but her own foibles can be just as bad as her brother's.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Defied. In "Felonious Prose", Witch Way attempts to call Vambre out when she decides to leave them in the quagmire. Vambre then retorts, "You've cheesed me off on a PERSONAL LEVEL!"
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: She's deathly afraid of squirrels. She even says the line verbatim when she has to deal with them.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Of the purple hair variety.

Allies

    Dolphin Magisword 
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Prohyas' first ever magisword and one of his signature weapons.

  • Action Girl: She's a freaking magisword. What'd you expect?
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: Gets upset when Prohyas implies that Carnivorous Plant Magisword might be his new favorite.
  • Making a Splash: Dolphin Magisword's main ability seems to be spraying forth a powerful jet of water from her mouth.

    Grup 
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Voiced by Kyle Carrozza
A small, innocent dragon who lives with the Warriors as of the short "The Desolation Of Grup". He and his friends Skullivan, Lady Hiss and Prug are known as the "Cave Weirdos", and work at The Cave of Stuff, a dungeon for level one adventurers.

  • Break the Cutie: In "Cleanliness Is Next to Grupliness" when he believes his friends are trying to hurt him by drenching him in water, which is deadly for dragons.
  • Catch-Phrase: "I landed on my wings." and "Yaaaaay!" and "Nooooooooooooo!" and "Abloobloobloo!" (when crying)
  • Gag Nose: Or snout in this case.
  • Genius Ditz: He's usually kind of a doof, but he klutzes his way to beating the Warriors when they try to "vanquish" him (by beating him in contests). On top of that, he's a Supreme Chef.
  • Leitmotif: A slow, goofy one-tuba tune.
  • Our Dragons Are Different:
    • He looks more like a little dinosaur than a dragon, especially when he's not using his wings. In-universe, he's been referred to as a hippo-lizard thing.
    • He can't get wet with water for more than two minutes or else something bad will happen. Other liquids like grape soda is fine.
    • When he starts to smell, it's time for him to shed his skin.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: He's able to plow through large boulders in sheer panic.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: Prohyas, and the audience, find him insanely cute. Eventually, even Vambre is seduced by his charms.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: Literally. He and his friends work as the caretakers and encounters of the Cave of Stuff, a level one dungeon for rookie adventures to start their journeys passing through. Despite being an admitted "professional failure", he takes his role very seriously, doing his best to make the adventurer have a good experience.
  • Shoulder-Sized Dragon: Albeit maybe a little too big to qualify, he is still diminutive by draconic standards.
  • Silly Walk: His legs are so short, that he has to shuffle to walk around.
  • Supreme Chef: He can whip up some very delicious food.
  • Team Pet: Grup has been described as somewhere between "pet" and "roommate" to the Warriors.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Of all the foods he makes, Grup enjoys eating sandwiches the most.

    Mr & Mrs. Warrior 

Norman Warrior

Voiced by Dana Gould

The father of the Warriors for Hire. A simple broccoli farmer, Norman seems to wish that his children were helping him at the farm instead of adventuring.

  • Good Parents: Despite his misgivings, he does all he can to support his children's dreams.
  • Happily Married: He and Kablammica adore each other.
  • Non-Action Guy: He's a simple farmer in a family of warriors.
  • Overprotective Dad: While supportive of his children, he does make it clear that he'd rather have them safely working on the farm instead of risking their lives for fun and profit.
  • Punny Name: His name is Norman. As in normal, which is a fitting name for a simple farmer.
  • Stronger Than They Look: He may look weak, but he can carry his massive wife in his arms.
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: Norman is scrawny and meek, but his wife is huge and buff.

Kablammica Warrior

Voiced by Renee Albert

The mother of the Warriors for Hire. She was an adventurer before she settled down to start a family with Norman and approves of her childrens' profession.

  • Action Mom: She was apparently quite famous for her feats in her adventuring days and seemingly hasn't lost her touch in retirement.
  • Charles Atlas Superpower: Her athleticism puts her children to shame. She can clear an entire field with a single jump and juice broccoli with her bare hands.
  • Good Parents: She adores her children and taught them everything they know about adventure.
  • Handicapped Badass: Her pegleg doesn't slow her down one bit.
  • Happily Married: She assures Norman that she does actually enjoy her retirement with him despite his worries.
  • Open-Minded Parent: Unsurprisingly given her own past, she is fully supportive of her children's choice to live their dreams as adventurers for hire.
  • Retired Badass: She retired from adventuring to be a broccoli farmer with her husband.
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie: Has pink hair and is a loving wife and mother.
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: Kablammica is a mountain of a woman while her husband is thin and scrawny.
  • Top-Heavy Guy: A rare female example. She has tiny legs and a huge upper body.
  • Verbal Tic: She often says "Dont'cha kno?" due to her Minnesota accent, even the announcer picked up the habit when it cut to her activating a Magisword.

    Noville 
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Voiced by Phil LaMarr
The shy nerdy owner of The Printed Page Bookshop who has a massive crush on Vambre. He owns the Swish Navy Magisword and has a fear of social interaction. He comes to Prohyas and Vambre for Magisword training.

  • Amazon Chaser: Has a crush on Vambre (that is obvious to everyone except Vambre).
  • Black and Nerdy: Huge glasses? Check. Runs a bookstore? Check. Played by Phil LaMarr? Big check.
  • Odd Couple: The Felix to Helmut's Oscar.
  • Punny Name: His name is "Noville" (pronounced "Novel"), and he sells books for a living.
  • Shopkeeper: of what seems to be Rhyboflavin's only bookstore.
  • Swiss Army Weapon: It appears that the appropriately named Swish Navy Magisword has this function as not only does it have spinning saw blades, but also a grappling hook that retracts as well as a heart that goes aww when his wielder got hugged by Vambre.
  • Verbal Backspace: Whenever he expresses his desire to do something with, or for, Vambre, he quickly mentions that he would also do the same with/for Prohyas.

    Princess Zange 
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Voiced by Grey DeLisle
The princess of Rhyboflaven and the Warriors' most important client and friend.

  • All Girls Want Bad Boys: She's practically drooling when describing the pirates that the Warriors may encounter in one quest.
  • Big Good: She's the main authority of land and issues the Warrior's biggest missions.
  • Catch-Phrase: "Sup guys? Rock and rollin?"
  • Leitmotif: A vaguely Cyndi Lauper-esque tune plays whenever she appears.
  • Modest Royalty: She dresses simply, but fashionably and acts very informally with her subjects. Especially with the Warrior siblings, with whom she shares a close friendship.
  • Princesses Rule: She's clearly the regent of Rhyboflaven, but uses the title of princess rather than queen
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Although it's a little hard to believe with her ditzy personality, she does pretty clearly respect the siblings' abilities and is willing to give them serious work when so few other people in the kingdom are.
  • Smarter Than You Look: In spite of her valley-girl traits, she's shown to quite intelligent, surprising the Warriors with her knowledge of Magiswords.
  • Trickster Mentor: Seems to be. After their encounter with the Attacktus, she tells the Warriors that they "passed", implying some sort of Secret Test of Character.
  • Valley Girl: Her accent and slang have shades of this.

    Ralphio 
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Voiced by Doug Lawrence
The greedy owner of Ralphio's House of Swords, who supplies Vambre and Prohyas with all their magiswords. He has a pet slime named Wobbles who helps him out around the store.

  • Big Ol' Unibrow
  • Clingy Costume: Appears to be stuck wearing a sword costume underneath his clothes, he even went to the pool wearing it.
  • Greed: He's not above raising the price of a magisword when he hears the Warriors REALLY need it, and he's also willing to take candy from a baby and lie to it about the reason he took it.
  • Honest John's Dealership: His merchandise always does exactly as he says, but he'll gladly work to squeeze every last Jemm from his customers.
  • Leitmotif: Organ music tends to play when he speaks.
  • Magnificent Bastard: As shown in "Dungeons And Dayjobs", he can be surprisingly clever with his business strategies.
  • Morality Pet: His pet slime Wobbles appears to be the only being he'd be willing to give away a chance to make money for.
  • Severely Specialized Store: Owns a magisword shop, but it seems that the Warriors are his only customers.
  • Shopkeeper: Of Ralphio's House of Swords.

    Witchy Simone 
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Voiced by Lindsay Carrozza
A close friend of Vambre and Prohyas from Adventurer Academy who dropped out and is currently trying to pass the entry exam to get back in. Until then, she works at Prohyas' favorite fast-food restaurant, Slugburger. She as of "Sibling Sorcery" now recently owns the Golden Broomstick Magisword given from her younger sister, Witchy Sparkles.

  • Adorkable: Anytime she's not in Blood Knight mode, she's this.
    "HOT DOG! I'm a real undersea adventurer!"
  • Affectionate Nickname: Prohyas calls her "Squirt". Subverted in that she...
  • Berserk Button: Absolutely HATES it when Prohyas calls her "Squirt" and has a magical outburst whenever he does. Prohyas invokes this just to snap her out of her zombie-like state of mind during a particularly slow day at Slug Burger.
    THAT'S NOT MY NAME!
    • She even BEATS UP Prohyas in "Potion in the Ocean" just for calling her that!
    • The only time this was averted was in "Dungeons And Dayjobs" where the Warriors get mad at her and Prohyas simply calls her "Simone", much to her heartbreak.
    "He didn't even call me "squirt"..."
  • Blood Knight: A little too enthusiastic about fighting. Even Vambre thinks she's crazy!
  • Brooklyn Rage: You don't want to get on her bad side.
  • Burger Fool: Is working at Slugburger until she can get back into adventurer school and become a full-time adventurer. She hooks up Prohyas with leftover food.
  • Catchphrase: "MAKE WAY FOR WITCHY SIMONE!"; (Whenever Prohyas calls her "Squirt") "THAT'S NOT MY NAME!!!"
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: Oh so much.
  • Cute, but Cacophonic: Pretty cute-looking, but has a shrill, squawky New York accent.
  • Cute and Psycho: She looks cute, and has quite a few Adorkable traits, but she also has a Hair-Trigger Temper, an affinity for violent magical outbursts and is even more of Blood Knight than Vambre.
  • Cute Witch
  • Everyone Went to School Together: She went to Adventure Academy with the Warriors, but flunked out. They're still close friends.
  • Flying Broomstick: Occasionally seen with one until she received a Magisword one by her sister Witchy Sparkles in "Sibling Sorcery".
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: It takes very little to make her snap.
  • Heroic Wannabe: She's desperate to earn her way back into Adventure Academy so she can become a real adventurer, but usually botches the attempts through her recklessness.
  • Hot-Blooded: Yep.
  • Inept Mage: She's quite powerful, but has limited control over her spells and has repeatedly failed the potion-making component of the exam that would get her back into Adventurer Academy.
  • Large Ham: As Prohyas put it:
    "Yeah, she might not know what subtlety is."
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Came with the warriors on a mission she commissioned, but constantly kept trying to do things by force. Ending with her getting into a fight with a self proclaimed protector of the ocean.
  • Leitmotif: A catchy punk rock tune can be heard whenever she's onscreen.
  • Loony Fan: Loves hearing about the Warriors' exploits when they come to visit Slugburger thanks to her own dreams of being an adventurer.
  • Pointy Ears
  • Power Incontinence: She doesn't have full control of her magic and is prone to accidental outbursts of magic spells.
    • In one flashback of "Random Acts of Memory", she blurts out that she sometimes does it on purpose after getting shot in the mouth with "truth-paste".
  • Purple Is Powerful: Has Purple skin, purple hair and shows quite strong magic (Though doesn't have complete control of it.)
  • Sarcasm-Blind: As evident in this exchange.
    Witchy: "Hooray! The sea!"
    Prohyas: "Sharp eyes Witchy."
    Vambre: "Yes, you're practically clairvoyant."
    Witchy: "Aww! You're too kind!"
  • Skunk Stripe

    Zombie Pumpkin Magisword 
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Voiced by Kyle Carrozza
A sentient magisword Vambre and Prohyas find in Transylberia with powers primarily focused on fighting plants.

  • Affectionate Nickname: Zombie Pumpkin is casually called ZP, or in the case with Vambre's British accent, Zed P.
  • Bullet Seed: Is capable of spitting seeds as an attack.
  • Cannibalism Superpower: In "Mushroom Menance", it's revealed that eating different types of pumpkins have different effects on Zombie Pumpkin Magisword. For example, eating the seed of a giant pumpkin equals a GIANT zombie pumpkin magisword.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: He occasionally has trouble expressing himself, which leads to problems in combat situations.
  • Deadpan Snarker: When he can express himself, it's usually to make dry comments.
  • Healing Factor: Has zombie regeneration powers.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: A non-human example, as the Zombie Pumpkin Magisword devours pumpkins. Justified, because he's a zombie.
  • I See Dead People: If his donated eyes are any indication he can see ghosts that are invisible.
  • Kaiju: Eating a giant pumpkin seed turns him giant.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: Kyle confirmed in a Kyle and Luke blog that one of the influences in Zombie Pumpkin's voice was Peter Lorre.
  • Shrinking Violet: He's very sensitive and has a hard time expressing himself.
  • Talking Weapon: One of the few magiswords that can speak.
  • Team Pet: Vambre and Prohyas treat him as more of a pet than a weapon.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Loves to eat pumpkins, but can settle for any other type of plant or fungus material.
  • Ugly Cute: Vambre and Prohyas were immediately charmed by his strangely endearing appearance and personality.
  • We Used to Be Friends: Used as a joke in "Mushroom Menace". He's friends with all of the trees he calls Jeff in the forest he's from, except for the dead tree he calls Derek. He responds "He's dead to me".

    The Cave Weirdos 
The monsters who maintain the Cave of Stuff along with Grup.

Tropes Shared By All

  • Deadpan Snarker: To one degree or another, they all are.
  • Failure Is the Only Option: They are admittedly "Professional Failures;" they only exist to provide a challenging environment for a rookie adventurer.
  • Infinite Supplies: The Cave seems to be well-funded by some vague "Dungeon Planning Committee." They're always well stocked with loot, and they always have the resources to change the theme of the cave often.
    Vambre: I'll never understand how they get the budget for this.
    Prohyas: I don't understand how this is profitable for anyone.
  • Mean Character, Nice Actor: They act as the not-too-threatening villains for the Cave of Stuff, but are all quite friendly outside their roles.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: Being bad guys is literally their job; they're actually very friendly and nice.

Lady Hiss

Voiced by Lindsay Carrozza

  • Genki Girl: She's always perky and enthusiastic.
  • Snakes Are Sinister: Played with. She's supposed to act as a villain for the Cave of Stuff, but she's actually pretty friendly.
  • Sssnake Talk: She doesn't over-emphasize her S-sounds, but she has a pretty obvious lisp because of her fangs.
  • Talking Animal: An anthropomorphic snake.

Skullivan

Voiced by Luke Sienowski

Prug

Voiced by Kyle Carrozza

  • Early Installment Weirdness: He was identified as Grup in the early shorts. As of "The Desolation of Grup," he was retconned as "Prug," and Grup was made into a completely different character and the younger brother to the larger, older Prug.
  • The Generic Guy: He's the least developed and least active of monsters.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: He's basically a bigger version of Grup.

     Mr. Spoony 
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Voiced by Kyle Massey
The owner of Slug Burger and Witch Simone's boss.

  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: His overly dramatic speech and frequent whoops paint him as an exaggeration of James Brown.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He's quick to snap Witchy Simone back in line, but only because he seems to want her to learn responsibility.
  • Verbal Tic: Often has a habit of singing at the end of his sentences at times.

Clients

    Buford 
Voiced by Jim Cummings
Manager of the Rhyboflavin Bazaar.

  • Blind Without 'Em: He can't see a thing without his contact lenses. He's hired the Warriors to find them for him a couple of times.
  • Ink-Suit Actor: He's basically a cartoon version of Jim Cummings.

    Docky Boardman 
Voiced by Luke Sienkowski
Owner of the Rhyboflavin Boardwalk. Not really a fan of the Warriors For Hire, but he's "all about brand loyalty."

    Füd 
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Voiced by Grey DeLisle
A rare food enthusiast and chef who often sends the Warriors to retrieve ingredients for her recipes.

  • Ambiguously Brown
  • Bizarre Taste in Food: She often requests weird foods, such as solid gold acorns and 12-year-old stale pizza.
  • Blinding Bangs: Her hair, which is two shades of green, hides her eyes.
  • Infinite Supplies: Always pays the Warriors a hefty sum of money for their services. Lampshaded when Vambre wonders what Füd does that allows her to spend so much.
  • Lookalike Lovers: Her boyfriend Snax shares many of her traits, including, being Ambiguously Brown, having Blinding Bangs and hair in two shades, being generally quite laidback, speaking with a soft Southern drawl, and of course being a foodie.
  • Punny Name: A rare food enthusiast named "Füd".
  • Southern Belle: Has a soft Southern drawl and a very genteel and demure demeanor.
  • Stronger Than They Look: She can uproot an entire tree of golden acorns and carry it home with her bare hands (after Vambre reminded her to lift with her knees...)
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Her hair is two shades of green.

    The Mysterious Hooded Woman 
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Voiced by Grey DeLisle
A... mysterious hooded woman who frequently hires the Warriors for magical quests.

  • Black Cloak: About the only things known about her beyond her purple cloak are that she's feminine and wears blue gloves/sleeves.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: Despite pretending to be a stoic enigma she constantly embarrasses herself with explicitly weird motives. Examples include a Magical Pumpkin House, dragon cave raves, and a radio jockey job - in a world that never invented radio.
  • The Comically Serious: She rarely shows emotions in her voice, which makes it hilarious whenever she says weird stuff.
  • The Faceless: Her cloak shrouds her face in shadow, along with every other inch of her body.
  • No Name Given: She's yet to give out her name, but the Warriors call her The Mysterious Hooded Woman. It's even lampshaded.
    Vambre: "The mysterious hooded lady..."
    Prohyas: "Whose name we should learn..."
  • The Stoic: Constantly subverted. She acts like a sinister client hiring the Warriors for mysterious and seemingly nonsensical reasons.
  • Stealth Hi/Bye: She may be invisible or a ninja. Either way, she tops Batman. She can even leave her cloak behind so it appears she never left.

    Old Man Oldman 
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Voiced by Kyle Carrozza
A crazy old man who always hires the Warriors to perform menial chores.

  • Badass Grandpa: Downplayed. He doesn't go on adventures or fight, but "Pool Fools" shows that he is incredibly buff under his robes.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: Mistakes a dinosaur for a dog. Mistakes a dog for a cat.
  • Department of Redundancy Department: He's a senior citizen and Oldman is his last name.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Does this to the warriors who messed up his yard. (Even though Vambre pointed out the spot they messed with wasn't even ON his lawn.) Good thing he's also a Harmless Villain.
  • Gag Nose
  • Harmless Villain: At one point he swears vengeance on the Warriors and attempts to use his "secret weapon" to defeat them. The secret weapon is actually just Grup (who is completely useless in a fight) taped to the Robopiggeh (whom the Warriors have already defeated before).
  • Mundane Utility: Thinks Warriors For Hire is an odd jobs agency that uses magical swords for mundane activities. The warriors are not amused.
  • Scatterbrained Senior: Has shades of this. Discussed in "Bad Man Oldman".
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: He can apparently understand squirrels, as he scolds one for having a dirty mouth.

    Omnibus The Accumulator 
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Voiced By Hal Lublin
An individual magician who resides in a massive mansion where he collects rare magic artifacts.

  • Cloud Cuckoolander: Even by Rhyboflaven standards.
  • Collector of the Strange: His raison d'etre.
  • Expy: Visually, he's almost a dead ringer for Zebediah from Totally Rad. His attitude would also fit right in in that game.
  • Losing Your Head: Over time, he has increased his tendency to have his head separated from his body, often with comical results. The entire plot of "Getting Ahead" revolves around solving one such instance.
  • Nice Hat: A snappy magician's stovepipe.
  • Punny Name: Omnibus is a Latin word that loosely means "all things", and he is a collector of rare items.
  • Reality Warper: His first appearance has him appear to the Warriors as a head because the rest of his body was making pancakes.

Antagonists

    Flonk 
Voiced by Paul Schrier
A former grade-school chum of the Warriors. The playground bully, he's since "gone pro," running protection rackets of varying degrees of success. Also fancies himself a comedian.

  • Expy: His hair, outfit, and personality basically make him a beefier version of Gaston.
  • Mad Artist: Claims that his goal is to combine comedy and physical violence. He hasn't been successful so far.
  • Man Child: Still has the mindset of a grade-school bully.
  • Miles Gloriosus: He can dish it, but he can't take it. The minute someone fights back he breaks down in tears.
  • Pungeon Master: Most of his humor is pun-based.
  • Schoolyard Bully All Grown Up: He bullied the Warriors when they were kids, and he's still bullying everybody else despite being a grown up.

    Frostferatu 
Voiced by Dave Gruber Allen
The Lord of Snowmanpires who lives in an icy castle in Transylbiria.

  • An Ice Person: Has icy powers.
  • Evil Is Hammy
  • Evil Is Petty: His powers enable him to create ice and cold temperatures, so there was really no reason for him to steal the never-melting ice cube from Omnibus, except to be mean.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: He creates "snowmanpires," who are a cross between vampires and snowmen.
  • Wicked Cultured: Wears a fancy vampire cape and hangs out in a well-appointed castle.

    Hoppus 
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Voiced by Eric Bauza
A rabbit mercenary who aims to collect and own all vegetable magiswords. He is regularly hired by the Rhyboflavin royalty to deliver messages to the Warriors at times.

  • Berserk Button: Don't call him cute.
  • Catch-Phrase: "All vegetable magiswords shall be mine!", "Boing!" and "No! Okay, Yes!"
  • Evil Vegetarian: He's an herbivore and most of his conflicts with the Warriors stem from wanting their vegetable magiswords. Downplayed in that he's not as antagonistic when he's not after their magiswords. He does however scam them out of the jewels they were just given under guise of fine for damages done by King Rexxtopher in The Land Before Slime.
  • Fantastic Slur: According to Hoppus, being called "cute" is offensive to rabbits.
  • Guttural Growler: For a little guy, he has a deep, gravely voice.
  • In a Single Bound: As a bunny, he can naturally jump very high.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: Surprisingly formidable when he gets riled up. He can wield six Magiswords at once all by himself.
  • Saying Sound Effects Out Loud: While not a Verbal Tic, he often says the word "boing" when jumping.
  • The Stoic: Usually has a dour attitude that makes other people think that he's sad, but he claims he's just stoic.
  • Theme Deck: He seeks to collect all vegetable based magiswords.
  • Weapon of Choice: His Carrot magisword is an Absurdly Sharp Blade.

    King Rexxtopher 
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Voiced by Eric Bauza
The T. rex king of the Dinosaur Kingdom. He hates the Warriors for having previously attempted to steal (and eat) one of his dinosaurs.

  • Berserk Button: It's bad enough when humans enter the Dinosaur Kingdom, but the moment someone steals one of the babies...
  • Brooklyn Rage: Has an inexplicable New York accent and is quick to anger.
  • Fantastic Racism: Expect him to complain about humans in his realm whenever he appears... though it may just be the Warriors that tick him off.
  • Feathered Fiend: Unlike most media depictions of Tyrannosaurus, he's actually portrayed with feathers. Though calling him a fiend is a bit of a stretch.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: For some reason, he works as the lifeguard in "Pool Fools".
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Interestingly, almost every conflict with him is resolved through talking things out rationally. And it's not like he doesn't have a good reason to hate the Warriors. (Banishing them for trying to eat one of his dinosaurs isn't exactly Disproportionate Retribution.) He's also shown to be a rather benevolent, albeit strict, ruler to his dinosaurs.
  • Sitcom Archnemesis: His relationship with Warriors is that of an authority figure trying to keep his domain in order while dealing with two obnoxious foreign interlopers. That's about as far as his "villainy" goes and, being said, he still appreciates their accomplishments as long as it doesn't infringe on his sovereign land.
  • To Serve Man: Subverted. "Biggest Fan" reveals he can't eat humans because he's allergic.
  • Tyrannosaurus rex: With feathers.
  • Weapon of Choice: The Claw Magisword, which helps him compensate for his traditionally small arms. While the Warriors stole it from him in his CN Anything debut, he is still using it as of "Pool Fools".

    Man Fish the Fish Man 
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Voiced by Bill Kopp
An odd individual who lives in the ocean and protects its wildlife.

    Neddy the Mallet 
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Voiced by Townsend Coleman
An arrogant and slightly dim-witted warrior bear adventurer. Living through a life of adventuring and borrowing food from picknickers after graduating Adventure Academy, Neddy strives to find all treasure as clear as the school's motto, "Fortune favors the bold".

  • Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: A skilled warrior with a serious superiority complex.
  • Bears are Bad News: He's an anthropomorphic bear, and incredibly tough.
  • Big Eater: And for more than just honey, it turns out.
  • Companion Cube: He repeatedly gets attached to inanimate objects. It's a honey crown in his debut, but he moves on to befriending and romancing various rocks in "Strange Nedfellows".
  • Drop the Hammer: His weapon of choice is the "Super Impressive Mallet of Heroism". It is pretty impressive.
  • Everyone Went to School Together: A former school chum of the Warrior Siblings.
  • Jerkass: Takes over the Cave of Stuff once he beats it, for no real reason other than he can. He'd be completely unlikable if he wasn't so very dumb.
  • The Thing That Would Not Leave: His debut had him crashing in and declaring himself king of the Cave of Stuff on the basis that there technically wasn't any rule he couldn't.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: He's really bad at remembering people's names...which is how the Cave Weirdos manage to foil him.

    Nohyas 
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Voiced by Kyle Carrozza
Prohyas' evil twin. He genuinely seems to think that he actually IS Prohyas (even when Prohyas is right in front of him). He sports a hand puppet of Vambre he named "Handbre" who speaks French.

  • Achievements in Ignorance: Is somehow able to do Super Teamwork Combos with his hand puppet, simply because he thinks she's real.
  • Badass Longhair: Is able to match the Warriors point for point.
  • Catch-Phrase: "NO YEAAUH!!!" and/or "OH YEAHHH!!!!"
  • Cloudcuckoolander: His whole shtick is thinking he is Prohyas while believing himself to be an evil doppelganger. Try wrapping your head around that. (Better yet, just don't.)
  • Chronic Villainy: Admits to being evil, but still helps Old Man Oldman (Granted it was for money but still.)
  • Dastardly Dapper Derby
  • Evil Redhead
  • Evil Twin: Tries to be this for Prohyas and Vambre, (The latter of whom he only made as a hand puppet called Handbre). It should be noted that he honestly believes he is Prohyas and that if he's evil, then so is Prohyas.
  • Gratuitous French: Handbre appears to only talk in French. And yet the British-accented Vambre thinks it's a great impression of herself.
  • I Reject Your Reality: He thinks he and a hand puppet are the Warriors and makes up random stories or details to "prove" it.
  • Insane Troll Logic: His "explanations" for everything he does or thinks are streams of complete nonsense that he believes wholeheartedly, no matter how much the contradict what he said a minute before.
  • Logical Weakness: He possesses a copy of almost every Magisword Prohyas and Vambre has and can use the exact moves as them but better. The Warriors For Hire defeat him by taking advantage of the fact that they have one-of-a-kind Magiswords that he cannot possibly possess.
  • Mirror Match: Possesses a copy of almost every Magisword the siblings have and can use the same attacks as them but better. This even extends to their Super Teamwork Combos.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: His voice is modeled after wrestler Randy "Macho Man" Savage, even copying his Catch-Phrase.
  • Oddball Doppelganger: To an unamused Prohyas. His mere existence annoys both Prohyas and Vambre, but moreso Prohyas, who Vambre, in a rare reversal of roles, has to calm down.

    Penny Plasm 
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Voiced by Kate Micucci
A ghost girl who lives in a haunted house in Transylberia. She falls in love with Prohyas and tries to murder him so that he can become a ghost along with her.

  • Anti-Villain / Obliviously Evil: Doesn't seem to realize that trying to make Prohyas a ghost is a bad thing, and apologizes when confronted about it.
  • Blinding Bangs: Her hair covers her eyes, similar to Füd.
  • Boy Meets Ghoul: With Prohyas.
  • Cute Ghost Girl: Even though her ghost status does stick out, as does the fact she desperately wants someone to coinhabit with her, she is still adorable.
  • Friendly Ghost: A little TOO friendly.
  • Hartman Hips: Has these despite not having legs.
  • Heel Realization: When Prohyas tells her that trying to kill him so they can be together permanently is "four kinds of messed up", she immediately feels remorseful and stops.
  • Kryptonite Factor: Seeds of the Undead remove her powers temporarily.
  • Mind over Matter: Can levitate objects.
  • Noodle Incident: She explains her death off screen. From what little is revealed, it involved power tools, a monkey paw, and a doily.
  • Southern Belle: Complete with a Southern drawl and a poofy dress.
  • Yandere: Tries to murder Prohyas so his ghost will stay with her, though she stops once he breaks it off with her and earnestly tells her why he's not ready for an eternal commitment. She also repeatedly tries to keep Vambre from contacting him.

    Phil the Pilferer 
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Voiced by Eric Bauza
A short thief who constantly steals from the Warriors. He is also a member of a cult called the Brotherhood of Thieves and strives to be the top thief in Lvsheria.

  • The Bad Guy Wins: Subverted. See Karma Houdini.
  • The Casanova: Has so far attracted the Mysterious Hooded Woman, Penny Plasm and a female woolly monkey.
  • Catch-Phrase: "Even when Phil loses, he wins!" and "Haha!" (his signature laugh)
  • Gentleman Thief
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: His attempt to use Dolphin Magisword against Vambre gives Prohyas an opening to get her to come back to him.
  • Hypocritical Humor: "My hat! THIEF!" He said while adorned with stolen loot.
  • Jerkass: An unrepentant thief who steals from everyone.
  • Karma Houdini: Subverted. While his plans are almost always foiled and he is punished for his misdeeds, he always gets a happy ending. Hence his catchphrase.
    • For instance, in "Thick As Thieves" he steals all the Warriors' "cool" magiswords to aid him in stealing the woolly mantis idol. The Warriors ultimately defeat him in battle and retrieve their magiswords (as well as a sack of woolly monkey loot Phil stole). At the end of the day however, Phil still gets away with the woolly mantis idol.
    • Averted in "Dungeons And Dayjobs", where Witchy Simone zaps him into ash for stealing Prohyas' magisword. He even inverts his catchphrase, saying "Even when Phil wins, he loses".
  • Latin Lover: Has a Spanish accent and likes to charm women.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: His voice is based on Antonio Banderas, according to creator Kyle Carrozza.
  • Third-Person Person: Often speaks in third person because of his ego.
  • Stealth Hi/Bye: Not to the extent as the Mysterious Hooded Woman, but he sometimes does this. Once, he somehow managed to announce his departure after he disappeared.
  • Verbal Tic: He sometimes gives out a short laugh "Haha!" when victorious and hates it when the members of the Brotherhood of Thieves mimic his laugh.

    Witch Way 

Tropes Morbidia and Gateaux share

  • Black Magic: Their spells are all of this flavor to distinguish them from more positive magical characters in the series.
  • Evil Is Petty: They love to do whatever they can to spite Vambre and Prohyas.
  • Evil Sorceror: They are just shy of being full villains in the show.
  • Leitmotif: A jazzy piece that plays in their presence.
  • Necromancer: Both practice black magic. Once, they created an army of zombie teddy bears by animating the stuffed animals with life force sucked from plants.
  • The Rival: To the Warriors for Hire. They compete in the mercenary business and sometimes outright fight each other.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: They are inseparable, but they constantly quarrel with each other.

Morbidia

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Voiced by Candi Milo (originally), Mary Faber (currently)
One half of Witch Way. She possesses a bad temper and is prone to shouting and exaggerated facial expressions.

  • Berserk Button: The fact that 'Warriors For Hire' is doing better business wise and is willing to sabotage the two siblings in anyway possible.
  • Character Tic: Sometimes talks from the side of her mouth, especially when she's being snobby.
  • Evil Albino: Pale as snow and a mean rival to the Warriors.
  • Evil Redhead
  • Hot Witch: She's quite attractive and dresses like a typical witch.
  • Large Ham: Gets overly dramatic and animated when excited, which is often.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: Her voice is based on William Shatner of Star Trek.
  • Pointy Ears: Though her species is unknown.
  • Shout-Out: She... talked in a manner... similar to... William Shatner... in her first appearance.
  • Vain Sorceress: According to Word of God, the reason why Morbidia has a beauty mark in her painting and not in real life is due to Morbidia insisting the artist add it to the painting.
  • Vocal Evolution: In her first appearance, she is voiced by Candi Milo, who gave her a stilted vernacular. Later appearances have her voiced by Mary Faber, who drops the stilted speak in favor of a hammier performance.

Gateaux

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Voiced by Arin Hanson
One half of Witch Way. He is much less interested in revenge than Morbidia.

  • Cats Are Snarkers: Occasionally snarks at Morbidia's antics, sometimes using his verbal tic to do so.
  • Cats Hate Water: When he and Morbidia are punched into the sea, he fearfully sits on her head to avoid getting wet.
  • Furry Reminder: While normally calm and cool, he gleefully acts like a big kitty-cat when he sees a laser pointer dot. Morbidia chastises him for it.
    Morbidia: Gateaux! Ga... teaux! Are you out of your little kitty mind?!
    Gateaux: I'm a cat, it's all I know.
  • Her Code Name Was "Mary Sue": Has a self-insert in his Veronica Victorious fan fiction named "Xateaug" who's in a relationship with Veronica who becomes a Damsel in Distress for him to save.
  • Inexplicably Tailless: One may assume that his robes cover his tail, but he actually lacks one. Morbidia points this out in one episode, but he would rather not talk about it.
  • Lean and Mean: Tall, skinny, and a mean rival to the Warriors.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: His voice is based on George Takei from Star Trek.
  • Pointy Ears: Justified as he is a cat person.
  • Punny Name: His name is a play on "gato", the Spanish word for "cat". It's also the plural form of gateau, the French word for cake.
  • Robe and Wizard Hat
  • Verbal Tic: Often repeats one word Morbidia says. He doesn't like it when others copy his tic. "The Mystery of Loch Mess" reveals that Morbidia forces him to talk this way and he would rather talk normally.

Other Characters

    Glori 
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Voiced by Erica Lutrell

  • Break the Cutie: Happens near the end of "Biggest Fan", where Prohyas delivers a powerful "The Reason You Suck" Speech to Glori after she insists they rescue her again:
    Glori: Yes! My heroes finally saved me! Next time, you guys can save me from an army of long underwear-
    Prohyas: That's it!
    Vambre: Prohyas?
    Prohyas: I was fine with you being a fan. Heck, I was even excited about it! But this has got to stop, muy prontissimo! You don't need us to rescue you, you need to rescue yourself from acting like a maniac! You think it's okay to mess around with people's lives like this? We're human beings!
    Vambre: Dude!
    Glori: But-
    Prohyas: "But" nothing! Want to be a fan? Do it far away from me! I'm donion rings!
    Glori: (tearfully) I vow, from this day forward, that the Warrior Siblings are pure trash! And I, the super-cute Glori, will become the best adventurer in all of Lyvsheria, and then, they'll be begging me to rescue them! (Evil Laugh)
  • Create Your Own Villain: After Prohyas chews her out for deilberately endangering herself, she vows to become such a great adventurer, that the Warriors For Hire will be begging her to rescue them.
  • Cute and Psycho: She's not at all emotionally stable.
  • Deliberately Distressed Damsel: She deliberately provokes villains in order to get the Warriors for Hire to rescue her.
  • Evil Laugh: Her laugh is something between this and an excited fangirl giggle.
  • Eyelid Pull Taunt: Does this to provoke Man Fish the Fish Man.
  • Loony Fan: Another for the Warriors for Hire, to the point where she actively puts herself in danger in order to be rescued by them. Even Witchy Simone never took it that far.
  • Never My Fault: The Warriors didn't mind her being a fan and all but the constant staging of perilous situation just to get them to rescue her and being unable to convince her gently resulted in them finally telling her off. Does she take it to heart? Nope, they're just jerks for not adhering to her whims, so time to go the villain route.
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie: Subverted, she's actually Cute and Psycho.
  • Smitten Teenage Girl: Prohyas is the biggest target of her obsession.
  • Stalker with a Crush: While she's obsessed with both siblings, she has a blatant crush on Prohyas, even cutting off a lock of his hair when she enters his room while he's asleep.
  • Woman Scorned: Vows to destroy the Warriors after Prohyas gives her a well-deserved tongue lashing for her dangerous and stupid antics.

    Helmut 
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Voiced by Kyle Carrozza (originally), Doug Lawrence (currently)

  • Astonishingly Appropriate Appearance: A little fireplug of a guy with a big impressive helmet.
  • Baleful Polymorph: Morbidia transformed him into a frog for annoying her and he has remained one since.
  • Book Dumb: Literally: he doesn't even know what you're supposed to do with books.
  • Butt-Monkey: His antics do not go unpunished. And it's hilarious.
  • Catch-Phrase: "DORKS!" and "RIBBIT!" (currently as a frog)
  • Man Child: He's around the same age as the Warrior siblings are currently, and yet still acts like a playground bully. Basically, he hasn't matured much emotionally....and physically.
  • The Napoleon: He's still at the same height as he was when he was 5! When the Warriors asks him why that is, he just states that he "has a condition".
  • Odd Couple: He's Noville's best friend and the only person he trusts to watch the bookshop when he's not there...for some reason.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: He was the playground bully when the Warrior Siblings were growing up. He's not really evil, just a loud-mouthed moron.

    Long James, Pirate Mayor 
Voiced by Phil Lamarr

  • Catch-Phrase: Usually punctuates his sentences with "Pirate Mayor!"
  • Corrupt Politician: Downplayed example. He tends to look the other way when the citizens of Keelhaul Cove engage in acts of piracy, but once they attract unwanted attention he's quick to cooperate.
  • Friendly Enemy: As the Mayor of the Wretched Hive known as Keelhaul Cove, he's technically the leader of a town full of bad guys. But he's really quite friendly and nice.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He's always the first to shut down the pirates of Keelhaul Cove when they get out of hand.

    Pachydermus Packard 
Voiced by Ken Mitchroney
The elephant Landlord of Prohyas and Vambre who owns the Warriors for Hire Headquarters.

  • Catch-Phrase: "I have nothing to say."
  • Cranky Landlord
  • Joisey: Pachydermus has a New Jersey accent, tending to pronounce -er and -or with -oi.
  • Leitmotif: Circus calliope music whenever he suffers misfortune.
  • Not So Above It All: Claims that the Warrior siblings are irresponsible and that Magiswords are mere toys. But when he takes the Fancy Wig Magisword as collateral, he clearly enjoys using it on a date night with Mrs. Packard.

    Professor Cyrus 
Voiced by Rob Paulsen
The instructor of 101 Tactics for Adventurers 101 at Adventure Academy which Prohyas and Vambre went to.

  • Catch-Phrase: "That is not the technique I've taught you!", "BUNKY!" and "You've got to learn the RULES before you break 'em son/girl!"
  • Head Pet: Frank Paul, a bird that perches on his head at all times.
  • Stern Teacher: He expects his students to follow the class instructions exactly the way it's supposed to be instead of letting them do the lessons their way and confiscates the Warriors' Magiswords when they don't follow the rules.

    Phibby Croax 
Voiced by Arin Hansen
A classmate of Prohyas and Vambre at Adventure Academy. According to him, he enrolled to add more danger to his extreme life.

  • Improbable Weapon User: He has a large triangular... thing strapped to his back at all times. When under the influence of a truth serum in a flashback, he admits he has no idea what it's for.
  • Top-Heavy Guy: Contrary to most expectations of a frog-like character.
  • Totally Radical: He constantly talks about his desire to be more extreme, among other things.

    Cattus the Oneblade 
Voiced by Luke Ski
A classmate of Prohyas and Vambre at Adventure Academy. According to him, he enrolled as an opportunity in his dedication of helping others.

    Familiar 
Voiced by Rider Strong
A classmate of Prohyas and Vambre at Adventure Academy. According to him, he enrolled to find something he's good at other than being innately agile.

  • Deadpan Snarker: Is the most likely one (aside from the Warriors) to snark about Cyrus's lesson or his classmates.
  • The Stoic: He never seems to lose his composure at any of the weirdness that occurs in class.

    Bimm 
Voiced by Kate Miccuci
A classmate of Prohyas and Vambre at Adventure Academy. According to her, she enrolled because she doesn't know what she wants to be, so she decided to follow her family business of adventuring.

    Vambre's Brain 
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Voiced by Candi Milo

  • Berserk Button: She shares Vambre's love for Veronica Victorious books and will flip out if you insult them.
  • Jerkass: Even when she's being helpful to Vambre, she has a mean attitude.
  • Meat Puppet: She can take over Vambre's body if Vambre is too tired. When this happens, Vambre's eyes and voice change to that of her brain's.
  • Organ Autonomy: Despite being Vambre's brain, she's an entirely separate character and is often at odds with her.
  • Unexplained Accent: While Vambre has a British accent, her brain has a Mid-Atlantic accent.

    Prohyas' Stomach 
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Voiced by Kyle Carrozza (originally), Gilbert Gottfried (currently)

  • Jerkass: Only cares about getting nutrition and won't let anyone get between him and food.
  • Meat Puppet: In "Gut Feelings", when Prohyas refuses to eat healthier foods (like vegetables), he takes control of Prohyas when the latter is sleeping and makes him steal Hoppus' Veggie Magiswords.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: When Kyle voiced the stomach in the short, he did a Gilbert Gottfried impression, which is one of the few celebrities Kyle openly states he can do. When the stomach debuts in the TV series, the real Gilbert voiced him.
  • Organ Autonomy: Much like Vambre's brain, Prohyas' stomach is a separate person from him.

    The Broccoli Dumplin' Kids 
Voiced by Luke Sienkowski (Nyando), Arin Hanson (Zonq), Kyle Carrozza (Nord), Grey Griffin (Borp)
Four kids who wander around Rhyboflavin getting into mischief.

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