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"Maybe I already am a hero!"
Voiced by: Stephanie Nadolny note , Courtenay Taylor (current)

The title character of the show. KO is an excitable young lad with a love of battling and even bigger sense of justice. Currently, KO serves as an employee at Gar's Bodega.

Hero Level: 0 ("Let's Be Heroes"-"Jethro's All Yours"), 0.1 ("You're Level 100!"-"A Hero's Fate"), Unknown ("A Hero's Fate" onward)
  • Adaptational Wimp: In the original pilot and the app game, he could easily hold his own. In the series proper, he's a Naïve Newcomer starting at the bottom of the totem pole, power-wise.
  • Adorkable: K.O. is an upbeat, sweet and dorky kid that loves heroes and is nice to everybody, even his super-deformed faces in jokes are also cute.
    Carol: You're as cute as I ever was!
  • Affectionate Nickname:
    • Rad and Enid sometimes call him "brushhead".
    • Carol often calls him "peanut".
  • Anime Hair: Rad and Enid affectionately call him Brush Head.
  • Ascended Fanboy: A huge fan of Mr. Gar (and the heroes that shop there) who gets the chance to work at Gar's Bodega to learn how to be a hero.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: K.O. is apparently capable of seeing Gar and Carol's flashbacks. Even lampshading that Gar has the same vague and confusing flashbacks.
  • Can't Catch Up: He feels frustrated with his lack of progress at becoming a hero and not being able to catch up to Enid and Rad.
  • Cheerful Child: KO is chipper, helpful, excitable and enthralled by the heroes around him. Few things seem to be able to get him down.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: KO is always trying to help everyone—sometimes even people who try to hurt him.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: KO is a hyperactive spaz with occasionally weird ideas of heroism.
  • Curtains Match The Windows: If the post-haircut Animesque Art Shift and retina scan to get a Pow Card can be taken as canon details then KO is a brunette with brown eyes.
  • Custom Uniform: He wears a blue vest when working at Gar's due to them being out of crop tops.
  • Disappeared Dad: Admits to not having a dad, implying that his dad was gone before he was born.
  • Did You Think I Can't Feel?: When Rad calls him "simple" and compares him to Jethro, KO eventually calls Rad out on it, saying he may seem simple on the outside, but he's complex on the inside. Rad eventually apologizes, saying he was just messing around.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: He does wear leg warmers, though.
  • Friendless Background: One of his videos reveals that he didn't really have any friends until he met Rad and Enid.
  • Generation Xerox: Physically he looks like a young brunette version of his mother down to the clothing choices. He also desires to follow Carol's heroic footsteps and eventually go to the school named after P.O.I.N.T., the superhero group she was once a member to.
  • Good Feels Good: He tells Enid that helping others feels good, and is shocked when she says she doesn't like helping people.
  • Good Is Not Dumb: His Pow Card stats might only be one star for intelligence but even with this he occasionally shows to be rather observant about his surroundings and comes up with clever ideas to solve problems that happen around the plaza.
  • The Heart: His presence greatly helps Gar, Enid and Rad to come to better terms with themselves and each as people. Particularly, he helped Gar start connecting with Carol, Enid start caring more and deal with Elodie properly and helps Rad to deal with his issues on popularity and pride.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: Is given the Heart Ring in the Captain Planet crossover episode.
  • Height Angst: In "Just Be a Pebble", he worries that he's too short to be a hero. Rad gives him a candy that makes him grow, but he eats too many and grows into a giant, which ends up causing more trouble than it's worth.
  • Hero-Worshipper: Towards Mr. Gar and various other Lakwood Plaza Turbo heroes.
  • Heroic Wannabe: He starts off as enthusiastic but unskilled, and takes the job at Gar's Bodega to learn how to be a hero.
  • Heroic R.R.O.D.: He seriously cannot keep up with Hero's energy when they go to deal with Galgarion.
  • Hidden Depths: In Face Your Fear, KO's fear is becoming a villain and hurting innocents.
  • I Just Want to Be Loved: Dendy's briefly shown assessment of KO is that his Chronic Hero Syndrome comes from lacking a father figure and seeking validation to make up for it.
  • In-Series Nickname: Enid and Rad sometimes calls him "Brush-Head"
  • Intergenerational Friendship: He's 6-11, meaning he's most likely a couple of years younger than both Enid and Rad.
  • Internal Monologue: In true anime fashion K.O. spends a lot of time going over his motivations, plans, and goals in his head.
  • Keet: He is quite excitable about his goal of becoming a hero.
  • Kid Hero: He's the protagonist and is by far the youngest of the employees at Gar's Bodega.
  • Momma's Boy: He has a close relationship with his mother, Carol.
  • Megaton Punch: The Power Punch.
  • Nice Guy: A kind kid who takes joy in helping others, even if they're someone who's been mean to him.
  • Only Child Syndrome: His family is just him and his mother.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: K.O. is a nickname based off of his first and middle initials.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Was mistaken for Rad simply by wearing his nametag and having two straws in his hair in place of his antennae.
  • Parental Title Characterization: Calls Carol "mommy", because he's a young Mama's Boy.
  • Personality Blood Types: Dendy's research report shows he's a Type O. He has also shown some of the traits generally associated of this blood type including confidence, self-determination, and athletic skills.
  • Positive Friend Influence: Being around K.O. has been good for the people at the Bodega. He encourages Enid to deal with her issues with Elodie and encouraged Gar to start talking with Carol again. He also becomes Dendy's first friend, after which she seems to become better at socializing and happier overall.
  • Primary-Color Champion: Wears a red bandanna and wrists bands (and pink legwarmers), as well as blue shorts, earned a blue vest, and whatever his power is it comes out as a light blue. While Enid and Rad also wear blue as part of their dress code, he's the main character and the only one of the core trio to wear red.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: K.O. is actually pushed to this at the thought of even more level grinding when he and Hero fail to defeat Galgarion. He delivers a speech to Hero over this, causing Hero to realize that he's got it all wrong.
  • Shipper on Deck: Very much so for Rad/Enid, in spite of his ship being sunk several times, a ship that has been explicitly stated to be sunk by Enid, Rad and Cupid. His video channel includes a shipping AMV with snippets from their flashback.
  • Stock Shonen Hero: In-Training.
  • Superpowered Evil Side: Fights against his inner angry self, T.K.O., complete with spiky wristbands, eyeliner, and edgy teen angst.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Manages to punch a boulder to pieces in “Plazalympics”.
  • Vague Age: He is explicitly referred to as "exactly 6-11 years old".

Voiced by: Mena Suvari (pilot, mobile game), Ashly Burch (currently)

A co-worker at Mr. Gar's store, Enid runs the front counter check-out. She claims to have been trained as a shinobi by her supermodel dad and spy mom, who made her get a part-time job at Gar's. Also spins music around town as DJ Fireball.

Enid fights like a Ninja, and often utilizes techniques that would seem familiar to anyone that watches a lot of Shonen Anime.

Hero Level: 3
  • Action Girl: Is the only female working at Gar's and kicks ass.
  • Ambiguously Bi:
    • She gets noticeably flustered and blushes when KO asks why she follows Red Action on social media before ending up gushing about her.
    • When she sees Mr. Gar has a picture of KO's mom when she was younger, she asks who the babe is.
    • It's implied that her feelings for Elodie are/were more than platonic.
    • She went on a date with Rad in middle school, and was also a Yaoi Fangirl.
    • A later episode ups the hints of an attraction between her and Red Action, starting with her believing that Red Action wouldn't want to hang out with her, getting nervous and blushing when Red Action, after posting a selfie of the two of them, shows up to the register, then agrees to go on a ride with her, during said ride the two casually flirt and at one point Enid looks at Red Action through a Crush Filter.
  • Ambiguously Brown: Her skin is brown but it's unknown what exactly is her background.
  • Ambiguously Human: She looks human. But considering her parents are a vampire and a werewolf, she may not qualify as being human.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Wears a ripped tank-top that exposes her midsection.
  • Big Sister Instinct: Towards K.O, even if they aren't related by blood.
  • Big Sister Mentor: She's a big sister figure to KO and helps teach him how to be a hero.
  • Blue Is Heroic: Wears a blue crop top as part of her work uniform.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: She can be very effective at her job when she's not slacking around or disrespecting the customers. But when it comes to fighting, she puts a lot of effort into it.
  • Cool Big Sis: She takes on this role to KO. Normally she's apathetic and sarcastic, but she acts protective of him and his enthusiasm is capable of breaking through her cynicism.
  • Cute Witch: Her parents have raised her to be this, but she'd much rather be a ninja.
  • Deadpan Snarker: One of her strengths is listed as "Power Sarcasm", and she lives up to it.
    • Boxman even refers to her as "Sarcasm Queen" in the second episode, "Let's Be Friends".
  • Doppelgänger Attack: Going along with the ninja theme, she can create clones of herself.
  • Early Installment Character-Design Difference: More so than Rad. In the original pilot, she had bandages wrapped around her midriff, slightly longer shorts, and a longer ponytail that covered one of her eyes.
  • Green Thumb: She can summon a bunch of leaves and use it to cushion her fall.
  • Hipster: In "Plaza Prom", Enid is asked to break out DJ Fireball for a prom, and she reluctantly goes along with it. She's visibly uncomfortable when she has to start playing "Mainstream trash", and is later shown hooked up to a respirator with an attending EMT nearby because it hurts her so much. KO later tells her to go ahead and play what's in her heart, prompting her to pull out the "GOOD MUSIC."
  • Intergenerational Friendship: Their exact ages are unknown, but the teenage Enid and Rad are friends with the presumably much younger KO.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She's cynical, snarky and admits she prefers helping herself instead of others, but she truly cares about KO and can usually be counted on to do the right thing.
  • Kick Chick: Uses almost exclusively her legs to fight, even when activating her Special Move. Fittingly, her inner animal turns out to be a rabbit, which she duly lampshades. That's on top of, when Boxman visits during his forced off day, while Rad and K.O. point their fingers at him, she points her foot.
  • Making a Splash: Is given the Water Ring in the Captain Planet crossover episode.
  • Morality Pet: She seems to be this to Red Action during "Back in Red Action" as Red is finally facing her problems instead of avoiding them and also being more honest thanks to Enid's influences.
  • Ninja: Her powers and fighting style revolves around this.
  • Ninja Log: One of her various abilities. A use she's famous for doing with it is avoiding customers.
  • Otaku: A Flashback to her middle school days shows that she carried around a lot of manga.
    • An artwork of Enid's room, which drawn by one of the storyboard artists, Stevie Borbolla, depict her room having a lot of anime/manga merchandise, such as posters, action figures, manga, DVDs, among other things.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Enid had bangs that cover her left eye in middle school.
  • Phoneaholic Teenager: While on the job, she's usually on her phone when there's no customers around or if she doesn't feel like working.
  • Playing with Fire: Her kick attacks can form fireballs.
  • Purple Is Powerful: Might only be a level three but she definitely has purple hair.
  • Random Species Offspring: Enid comes from a Creepy Family of various monsters much like The Munsters: She's a human/witch, her dad's a wolfman, her mom's a vampire, and her younger twin siblings is a Frankenkid and a pumpkin head person.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Seems to be her specialty of giving those to her offenders.
    • In "You Get Me", she gives one to Wally the White involving his Moral Myopia reasoning and labels him as a coward.
    • In "We've Got Pests", she gives another to the titular pests when they take their cool personas too far. Also counts as You Are Better Than You Think You Are speech since she helps them realize they don't need to be cool, just themselves.
    • In "Second First Date", she give one to Rad, calling him out on being a jerk to her on both of their dates and expresses her disbelief that he will change.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Has done a few examples of this including;
    • The center of her eyes being red when she gave Gnarlio, Peej, and Chill Cat the speech on what it means to be cool.
    • Her past selves being red-eyed photographs during her fears in the Face Your Fears game.
  • The Slacker: Like Rad, she tries to avoid doing work at the bodega whenever she can. However, in "You're Everybody's Sidekick", it is because she thinks the customers won't appreciate it and believes they take her for granted.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Seems to be the only female working at Gar's.
  • She's Got Legs: They're pretty muscular in comparison to her upper body.
  • Stage Names: When she's a DJ, she goes by the name "DJ Fireball".
  • Yaoi Fangirl: She liked to read yaoi manga when she was younger, as seen in "You Have to Care" and "Second First Date", and even shared them with Elodie back then.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has purple hair tied into a small spiky bun.

    Radicles "Rad"
Voiced by: Ian Jones-Quartey, Sterling Jarvis (singing voice)

A meathead alien with Telekinesis from Planet X. Rad manages the stocking at Gar's Bodega.

He fights using his brute strength, resembling Martial Arts.

Hero Level: 2

Click here to see her as Silver Spark. 
Voiced by: Kate Flannery

"The path to greatness is hard and long, even boring sometimes. But there are no shortcuts, so you gotta stay focused!"

K.O.'s mother and the owner of Fitness Dojo. Also the hero formerly known as Silver Spark.

Hero Level: 11
  • Action Mom: She's KO's mom and is an experienced fighter in her own right.
  • Adult Fear: She's struck with that at the end of "T.K.O.", upon learning that her son followed a strange man into the woods alone after he told him he was a hero, which was only exacerbated after seeing that the man's rank was -8.
    Carol: K.O.! Don't follow a stranger, no matter who they say they are!
  • Affectionate Nickname: Often calls K.O. "peanut".
  • Alliterative Name: Her former heroic identity, Silver Spark.
  • Amazonian Beauty: A photo of her in her younger years shows that she possessed this.
  • Ascended Fangirl: Before joining P.O.I.N.T., she was a huge fan of them, and her favorite member was Laserblast.
  • Badass Bookworm: Her Power Copying isn't any sort of inherent skill, she just studied all sorts of techniques and skills, having large access to case files and a powerful memory, thanks to that, she only needs to watch once what someone else does to understand it and copy their attack.
  • Blue Is Heroic: In the pilot and shorts she wore a blue bodysuit, while in the series her bodysuit is violet and blue.
  • Brutal Honesty: She really doesn't have the patience to deal with Gar's awkwardness around her, so she doesn't pull punches when dealing with him when he gets so shy he turns basically useless.
    Mr. Gar: K.O.! I love with your mom!!
    Carol: Not that, you wet noodle!
  • Childish Tooth Gap: Isn't really in her youth anymore but she does have a noticeable space in her front teeth.
  • Combat Stilettos: As Silver Spark, she wore a pair of silver high-heeled boots.
  • Dark-Skinned Blonde: Has a mild tan skintone and is a blonde.
  • Early Installment Character-Design Difference: A mild example, as she was paler and her outfit was a more true blue shade.
  • First-Name Basis: Only refers to Gar as Eugene, due to being long time friends.
  • Good Parent: Very helpful, loving and sweet with her kid.
  • Mama Bear: She's very protective of her son, and strongly recommends that Mr. Gar give K.O. a chance to work at the bodega. Another example is when KO recklessly sets up a fight between her and Chameleon's dad. At first, Carol tries to avoid fighting to set a good example for her son, right up until Chameleon's dad calls KO a weakling and Carol changes her mind and immediately starts beating the crud out of him.
  • Power Copying: Has the ability to replicate any fighting move perfectly.
  • Primary-Color Champion: She's a blonde who is remembered for her past actions as Silver Spark and presently wears a purplish-blue outfit with accessories in the form of a red headband and gloves.
  • Purple Is Powerful: Presently she and Gar are around the same power level and she wears a purplish blue outfit. While her outfit as Silver Spark was mainly well, silver, it also had bits of purple in the belt, boots, and pads for the elbows and knees.
  • Retired Badass: When she was younger, she was a powerful superhero and was recruited to join the superhero squad P.O.I.N.T. After she retired, she runs a dojo at the plaza. Though the ending of "Let's Take A Moment" hints she may not be as retired as she seems...
  • We Used to Be Friends: She and Gar used to have a close relationship, he still keeps pictures of their time together and "Face Your Fears" imply that there was a huge fall out between them regarding the Sandwich Flashback, which Gar might see as his My Greatest Failure, leaving a strain in their relationship. Towards the end of the episode though, it's implied that this comes mostly from Gar, as Carol genuinely still likes hanging out with him, but doesn't have patience to deal with his awkwardness when talking with her.
  • Whole Costume Reference: Her outfit is nearly identical to Sarah Bryant's.

    Mr. Gar
Click here to see him as El Bow. 
Voiced by: David Herman

Owner of the hero supply store/bodega and formerly a member of P.O.I.N.T. known as El Bow. He has a huge crush on KO's mom.

Hero Level: 11
  • The Ace: At Level 11, he's considered to be one of the biggest badasses at Lakewood Plaza Turbo, and KO, Enid and Rad all look up to him. Case in point: He was able to turn his entire store chrome simply by mopping it.
  • Adorkable: Occasionally slips into behavior of this nature (Mainly when Carol is in close proximity). He definitely was this back during his days as El Bow.
  • Badass Mustache: Has one of these to go along with the fact he's one (If not the strongest) hero currently known in the show.
  • Benevolent Boss: Mr. Gar can be quite loud and insistent to his employees, but is generally fair and appreciative of their good work. He'll also gladly side with them against customers being unreasonable.
  • Big Ol' Eyebrows: Has these under his glasses.
  • Blue Is Heroic: His uniform as El Bow was blue.
  • Bowties Are Cool: Wore a bowtie during his days as El Bow.
  • Cool Shades: Has a nice pair of aviators.
  • Crush Blush: Whenever he's around Carol.
  • Disappointed in You: K.O., Rad, and Enid are terrified of disappointing him.
  • The Dreaded: As much as his employees respect him, they are also scared of incurring his wrath. Ironically, the robots of Box More have the opposite attitude, recklessly attacking Mr. Gar while ignoring his obvious strength.
  • Drill Sergeant Nasty: Usually acts this way towards his employees, treating everything as Serious Business and barks orders at them whenever they're slacking off.
  • Expy: Of Mike Haggar, being a major businessman who can take matters into his own hands. They even have similar outfits and surnames.
    • His alter-ego in P.O.I.N.T., El Bow looks similar to Sym-Bionic Titan's Newton, Octus's human disguise, only with a mask and an athletic physique.
  • Given Name Reveal: His first name, Eugene, is revealed in "Plaza Prom".
  • Hidden Depths: His biggest fear is Carol, due to something he did in relation to the Sandwich Flashback.
  • Hidden Eyes: His eyes are mainly under the sunglasses but will be visible through things like anger and encounters with Carol.
  • In-Series Nickname: Sometimes Carol calls him "Gene", a shortened form of his first name of Eugene.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's aloof to and sometimes rather harsh on his workers, but also encourages and gives them advice to help them along (often just before yelling at them again). "Legends of Mr. Gar" shows that he encouraged Rad to use the powers he was born with and refine them, and Enid to not take crap from an uncooperative customer.
  • Large Ham: One of the largest in the series. He doesn't appear to have an indoor voice.
  • Masked Luchador: Back before he joined P.O.I.N.T, he was this when he was recruited to join P.O.I.N.T. as El Bow.
  • Meaningful Name:
    • A gar is a type of ancient, predatory fish, that certainly befits his badass and mythical status.
    • "Gar" is internet slang for being manly and a total badass.
  • No Badass to His Valet: He's the subject of fearful respect to most of the plaza, but to Carol he's the same Nervous Wreck he was when they joined P.O.I.N.T.—in fact, he literally is like that whenever Carol is around.
  • Noodle Incident: He was involved in the events of the Sandwich Flashback that both he and Carol use as justification for leaving P.O.I.N.T..
  • Playing with Fire: Among his abilities are elbows that blast blue flames.
  • Punny Name: His former hero identity, El Bow, is a two course pun on his elbow based attacks and his bowtie.
  • Purple Is Powerful: Level 11 and wears a purple necktie.
  • Shrinking Violet: Of all people, Mr. Gar used to be this during his time at P.O.I.N.T. as El Bow, being adorably shy and insecure about his first day as a junior member.
  • Weirdness Censor: Sees no difference between a Taken for Granite Enid and her normal self.
    • A bit more downplayed when Radicles asks him to teach him to mop. Instead of being suspicious at his employee's incredible nervousness, he happily demonstrates his mopping abilities.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: Most of his moves consist of Explosive Elbow Drops. He even gave Darrell a Piledriver in the pilot. This makes sense when we learn before the present he was a full on out masked wrestler type hero.
  • Unrequited Love Lasts Forever: The details of his and Carol's past relationship are unknown, but it happened a long time ago and he's still helplessly in love with her in the present.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: The only thing he wears on his upper body is a tie.

Voiced by: Melissa Fahn

K.O.'s classmate and friend. She's a Kappa girl with a high intellect and a love for technology.

Hero Level: 1note 
  • Adjusting Your Glasses: Has done this from the side a few times in the show. In the footage from the currently unreleased console game her idle animation has a chance of doing it from the center.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: The picture shown on this page exaggerates it, but her skin is actually a very light green. It's hard to tell within the show itself, especially when most scenes use a yellow-based color for her skintone instead.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: Some have interpreted her lack of social skills, scientific mindset, and intelligence of a variety of topics at a young age as signs she is autistic.
  • Awesome Backpack: Carries around the Hack-Pack, a combination of a Magical Computer and backpack.
  • Brainy Brunette: A smart young girl whose hair color is described to be an olive brown shade.
  • Color-Coded Characters: Yellow with a hint of light blue.
  • Creepy Monotone: Her tone of voice can easily have you mistake her for being a robot.
  • Early Installment Character-Design Difference: The Hack-Pack was orange in OK K.O.! Lakewood Plaza Turbo, but is teal in the cartoon.
  • Friendless Background: K.O. is her first friend.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Her backpack lets her hack into any real world object.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: Has these if the anime style shift that happened after Mr. Logic's haircut is anything to go by.
  • Innocently Insensitive: Dendy's poor social skills have lead to her doing some fairly disrespectful things, like planning to steal Mr. Logic's glorb and repeatedly breaking into Rad's van even after he tells her to stop.
  • Kappa: She explains she's a kappa at the start of "No More Pow Cards", which is also why she couldn't get a POW card of herself. Inexplicably, while her parents and the other kappa match the usual physical traits (turtle shells, water held in the divot in their heads, beaks, green skin), Dendy just looks like a human with a triangle mouth.
  • Lady Looks Like a Dude: Dendy is quite androgynous and seems to favor unisex or male clothing; her usual outfit is a tracksuit, and she wore a tuxedo to the Plaza Prom. Her gender was unspecified within the show until "No More Pow Cards". Before then, we only knew for sure that she's female because of production notes/comments made alongside it.
  • Little Miss Badass: Given that the only (non-glitch) Hero Level K.O. has so far had is 0.1, Dendy is apparently ten times as strong as him, despite not being an Action Girl. It does help that Dendy saves the day herself or gives the heroes the knowledge to do so in a lot of her appearances.
  • Ms. Exposition: Is sometimes called or shows up to explain various forms of information, such as analyzing to discover a Taken for Granite Enid was turned into soapstone, or how wereanimal curses work.
  • No Social Skills: She made up a fake quest for K.O. so she can study him instead of asking him if she can hang out with him. K.O. points this out at the end of "I Am Dendy", as if she wanted to know more about him, she could've just asked.
  • The Noseless: She's not normally drawn with a nose. She's seen with a nose during an Animesque Art Shift, suggesting she does have one, but it's just not drawn in the regular style.
  • Not So Stoic: She seems more on the serious and emotionless side for the most part, but that doesn't mean she lacks a performing dose of smiles.
  • Only Child Syndrome: Her family seems to consist of herself and her parents.
  • Playful Hacker: Thanks to her backpack computer, there isn't really anything she can't hack. It takes all of a second to hack into the POW Card Heroputer, and another couple of seconds to write an entirely new program for it to include kappa, something that Carla (the Pow Card company's engineer) states would've taken her forever to write.
  • Precocious Crush: Might have one on Rad due to the fact she has pretty much figured out the schedule of his morning routine (Even bringing KO along one time) and being known to hide in his van on at least two occasions. Either that or he's become the next subject of her research and soon Enid will be getting a similar treatment.
  • Science Hero: She's on the hero side and lives for researching.
  • Shorter Means Smarter: She's the same size as K.O. and is incredibly smart.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: What she wears look more like goggles, though.
  • Vague Age: Her age is simply stated to be 6-11, like K.O.'s.
  • Youkai: Kappa are a Japanese monster.