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Voiced by: Steven OggAn evil bioengineer who is one of Lord Boxman's clients.Hero Level: -7
- Amazing Technicolor Population: Has purple skin to go along with his poisonous name.
- Card-Carrying Villain: He takes joy in "vanquishing heroes", and admires Boxman's passionate hatred of the protagonists.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Originally appeared in the short, "Boxmore Infomercial". He officially appeared in "I Am Dendy" in the form of a Pow Card in Dendy's collection.
- Evil Genius: He's a bioengineer and takes joy in "vanquishing heroes".
- Excessive Evil Eyeshadow: Unless his eyelids are just naturally dark.
- Fangs Are Evil: He's usually just drawn with a pair of fangs, but will randomly be drawn with a mouth full of sharp teeth.
- Fatherly Scientist: While he does refer Fink as his minion, the series and official artwork shows them having a father-daughter like relationship. Possibly in contrast of Lord Boxman, who does refer to Darrell, Shannon and Raymond as his children yet he treats them rather poorly.
- Genetic Engineering Is the New Nuke: His specialty is bio-engineering, with which he apparently created Fink and was considering replacing his Box More minion with.
- Hot Scientist: He's a bioengineer and has an attractive design.
- In Love with Your Carnage: Decides to continue his business relationship with Boxman when he sees him fighting Rad, Enid and KO. He even sees him in the same bish-o-vision that Boxman saw him in earlier.
- Labcoat of Science: Wears a labcoat and is a bioengineer.
- Purple Is Powerful: Has purple skin and is a much more competent villain than Boxman.
- Soft-Spoken Sadist: He's a Card-Carrying Villain just as much as Boxman, but far more subdued.
- Tall, Dark, and Handsome: Professor Venomous is quite tall, dark-haired, and was purposely designed to be attractive.
- Truly Single Parent: Venomous apparently created Fink. Though he doesn't refer to her as his child like Boxman does to his robots, just calling her a "minion", he treats her even more like one. In one of the shorts, we even see them taking a walk while Fink asks for some ice cream.
- Vile Villain, Laughable Lackey: Professor Venomous is a fairly calm, competent villain while Fink, his minion and bodyguard, is a hyperactive brat.
- Villain of Another Story: He's a villain, but since he doesn't target the residences of Lakewood Plaza Turbo, his plot-relevance is as Boxman's client.
- Villainous Widow's Peak: Has a notable widow's peak and is a villain.
Voiced by: Lara Jill MillerA "humanoid lab rat" girl who works as Professor Venomous' minion and bodyguard.Hero Level: Unknown
- Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: Has green fur.
- Bodyguard Crush: Is Professor Venomous' bodyguard and has an implied Precocious Crush on him.
- Bodyguarding a Badass: Considering that she appears to be much younger than Professor Venomous, it's safe to assume he's most likely much more powerful than her.
- Bratty Half-Pint: Tiny, impolite, and hyperactive.
- Clingy Jealous Girl: She physically attacks anyone who gets close to her boss.
- Cute Little Fangs: Her top row of teeth sports two canines, one of which sticks out when her mouth is closed.
- Early-Bird Cameo: She originally appeared in the short, "Boxmore Infomercial".
- Expy: A Clingy Jealous Girl who was developed by a doctor and shows signs of having a crush on him? Are we talking about a humanoid rat girl or Pinoko from Black Jack?
- Fangs Are Evil: She has a pair of canines on the top row of her teeth and is a minion for Professor Venomous.
- Petting Zoo People: Downplayed, has rat ears, nose, a tail and fur but otherwise looks pretty humanoid.
- Perky Female Minion: Very excitable, especially compared to her boss.
- Perverted Sniffing: In "We're Captured", when she's about to hang up Venomous' lab coat, she sniffs his lab coat when no one's looking.
- Precocious Crush: Appears to be much younger than Professor Venomous and implied to have a crush on him, considering her Clingy Jealous Girl tendencies towards him and in "We're Captured" she sniffs his lab coat when no one's looking.
- Punny Name: She's a humanoid rat named "Fink", thus a "Rat Fink".
- Rapunzel Hair: Her hair goes down around her knees.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: She might be an unnatural green color rather than white yet due to being a rat her eyes are a pinkish red.
- Vile Villain, Laughable Lackey: A hyperactive brat working under a fairly calm, competent villain.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has long and messy green hair.
Voiced by: Kari WahlgrenShy Ninja's main enemy who resembles a demon of sorts and has cloud-based powers. Also one of Lord Boxman's investors for his company.Hero Level: Unknown
- Arch-Enemy: Is this to Shy Ninja.
- Bad "Bad Acting": In the "Boxmore Infomercial" short, she is obviously reading aloud her lines from a cue card, judging by the poor inflection and random pauses in her dialogue.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Vormulax first appeared in the short, "Boxmore Infomercial", and made an official appearances in "Know Your Mom".
- Fangs Are Evil: Has a mouth full of sharp teeth.
- Go-Karting with Bowser: She was one of the Plazalympics judges in "Plazalympics" among Mr. Gar and Carol.
- Our Demons Are Different: Has a cloud motif. Described as a alien-esque ghoul.
Voiced by: Jonathan DavisA retired member of a gang of humanoid cacti called the "Kactus Krew" until Carol, under the name of Silver Spark, single-handily took down the gang.Hero Level: Unknown
- Adam Westing: He's a parody of aging Nu Metal stars voiced by Jonathan Davis of Korn, the band that essentially invented the genre.
- Go-Karting with Bowser: He at first comes to a showdown with Carol, but he's too old and gets winded too easily. Carol invites him to a cup of coffee and start reminiscing about the old times.
- Feeling Their Age: Because he's so old and hasn't fought in years, he's easily tired during his fight with Carol, who isn't having any trouble with him at all.
- Green Thumb: He has the power to grow cacti from the ground.
- Magic Staff: He uses his staff to fight and to summon cacti from under the ground.
- Plant Person: Of the cactus variety.
- Retired Monster: He's a former member to a group of villainous cactus people.
- Rotten Rock & Roll: A villain with a(n aging) rock star theme. His gang was also a popular rock band, as a Kactus Krew song plays on the radio.
- Waxing Lyrical: 90% of Succulentus's lines are from lyrics to songs by various early 2000's Nu Metal acts like Korn, Linkin Park, System of a Down and Evanescence.
Voiced by: Steven OggA mysterious man who wants to unleash K.O.'s inner power.Hero Level: -8
- Affectionate Parody: Of the Knight of Cerebus concept. His seriousness is done in a primarily tongue-in-cheek manner, and often jars with how strange the other castmembers are, but it doesn't stop the episodes he appears in from being much more story and character-based.
- Amazing Technicolor Population: Has a grayish-purple skintone.
- Art Shift: He's usually drawn in the same style as the other characters, but will occasionally shift into a more Animesque art style.
- Badass Longcoat: Wears one of these combined with a Scarf of Asskicking.
- Black Cloak: Wears a light black trench coat.
- The Comically Serious: He always acts serious, but some of his behavior is still quite silly, like sneaking around the plaza at night or dramatically standing on a roof, even as someone asks him what he's doing.
- Evil Mentor: He pretended to be K.O.'s friend in order to fill him with anger.
- Exactly What It Says on the Tin: As his name implies, he's a shadowy figure.
- Fangs Are Evil: Has a mouth full of sharp teeth.
- Hidden Agenda Villain: He wants to unleash K.O.'s inner power, but his motivation for this is unknown, let alone why he know so much about K.O.'s inner power in the first place.
- His Name Really Is "Barkeep": "Shadowy Figure" is treated as an actual name, even appearing on his Pow Card.
- Identical Stranger: He has the same stature, face structure, and VA as Professor Venomous.
- In the Hood: He wears a black hooded scarf, the hood's shadow obscuring his eyes.
- Knight of Cerebus: He tricks K.O. into being a bigger threat to the plaza than even Lord Boxman. While K.O. wins against his anger in the end, the Figure's appearance at the end of the episode suggests that he's not done with K.O. just yet.
- Obviously Evil: He's a tall man in a black robe originally obscured by shadow that wants to take K.O. somewhere. The only reason K.O. trusted him was because his Pow Card said he was level 8.
- Villainous Breakdown: When K.O. stops himself from becoming T.K.O. again in "Let's Have a Stakeout", and declares his intention to make the situation he'd made worse better, Shadowy Figure loses his cool and tries to attack K.O. there and then, and gets knocked off a ledge for his troubles. He does compliment K.O. for managing to best him afterward, though.
Voiced by: Courtenay TaylorTurbo K.O. (T.K.O. for short) is a manifestation of K.O.'s anger sealed within his subconscious.Hero Level: Unknown
- Berserk Button: He doesn't like to be called cute, unlike K.O.
- Don't You Dare Pity Me!: He flies into a rage when he feels like he's being looked down on (such as when he's called cute, or told his behavior is a "phase").
- Emo Teen: Listens to depressing rock, incredibly apathetic, wears eyeliner and dark purple spike cuffs. Yep, definitely emo-inspired. He also denies that he's going through a phase when his mom calls him out on it.T.K.O: IT'S NOT A PHASE, MOM!
- Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: Averted. He was planning on punching Carol full blast before K.O. stopped him.
- Fangs Are Evil: Has a mouth full of sharp teeth, one of which sticks out when his mouth is closed.
- Guyliner: He has dark purple eyelids. Despite a joke about him taking Carol's makeup, it appears to be natural, instantly appearing when he takes control of K.O. and disappearing when he loses it.
- Meaningful Rename: After defeating the giant Darrell, T.K.O. tells Rad and Enid that he's not K.O.; He's Turbo K.O., or T.K.O. for short.
- The Power of Hate: His source of power.
- Power Makes Your Hair Grow: His Wild Hair is much more voluminous than K.O.'s regular hair, though that's apparently just what it looks like without the headband.
- Purple Is Powerful: His power glow/energy is a light/neon purple.
- Stop Hitting Yourself: Just when he's about to finish off Carol, K.O. manages to regain control of his own body long enough to make him knock himself out.
- Spam Attack: He tends to use the same attack multiple times before moving on to another one. Enid actually calls him a "little spammer" after he tries to repeatedly uppercut her. He later used his own predictability to catch K.O. off guard by switching from a punch to a kick mid-spam.
- Split-Personality Takeover: His ultimate goal is to take over K.O.'s identity and existence.
- Superpowered Evil Side: He's K.O.'s built-up anger manifested, and upon full manifestation, K.O. is locked into the cage that T.K.O. was trapped in.
Voiced by: Marina SirtisOne of Lord Boxman's investors for his company.Hero Level: Unknown
- Corrupt Corporate Executive: She's an investor in a company that sells villains robotic minions. That aside, her business practices seem fairly straight.
- Evil Redhead: She has long red hair.
- Fangs Are Evil: Has a mouth full of sharp teeth.
- Femme Fatale: Has the appearance and personality.
- Lizard Folk: She's a reptile woman.
- Non-Mammalian Hair: Has medium-length tawny hair, despite being a Lizard Folk.
- Non-Mammal Mammaries: Despite being a Lizard Folk, She clearly has breasts.
- Playing with Fire: Can breathe fire.
- Pragmatic Villainy: She wishes that Boxman was more focused on his company since she's investing in his business and attacking the plaza has no benefits for her or the other investors, not that they care about what happens to it.
- Purple Is Powerful: Her teleportation abilities make the objects of focus warp in a purple color.
- Villain of Another Story: Like Venomous, her apparent villainy is unseen because she's not an enemy of the plaza. In fact, she wishes Boxman would stop bothering with it.
- Villain Teleportation: She has this power. It's demonstrated when she uses it to teleport a basket of muffins- the muffins into Boxman's mouth and the basket onto his head- to shut him up.
- Yellow Eyes of Sneakiness: Her yellow eyes are emphasized when she's in the shadows or when the screen goes black.
Voiced by: Michael Leon WooleyA villain that Hero is on a quest to defeat.Hero Level: -99
- Big Bad: He's this in RPG World and Hero is on a quest to defeat him.
- Motive Decay: After KO leaves him and Hero alone, they realized that they forgot why they are fighting. His case is more justified, since he is trapped in his tower and doesn't have any other thing to do but wait for Hero to come and Level Grind.
- Orcus on His Throne: He's waited in his tower as Hero spent a long time Level Grinding. Since he's a Boss Battle in-universe, he can't leave, or do anything but his own Level Grinding.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: He can't leave his tower—or even move from the spot he's scripted as standing on for his Boss Battle. Once he and Hero realize they've forgotten what they were fighting over, Hero is free to live his life elsewhere, while Galgarion is stuck in place, and no threat to anyone in the meantime.
- The Unpronounceable: Hero can never manage to say his name right.
- Villain Forgot to Level Grind: Averted. He did some Level Grinding while waiting for Hero to show up because he had nothing better to do. One has to wonder how though, since he's rooted in place.Galgarion: I can't actually move from this spot.
Voiced by: Tessa AuberjonoisDr. Barbara "Babs" Blight is an eco-terrorist scientist from Captain Planet and the Planeteers who helps Lord Boxman pollute the plaza.Hero Level: Unknown
- Character Overlap: She, along with Kwame and Captain Planet, are from Captain Planet and the Planeteers.
- Fangs Are Evil: One key difference between Dr. Blight design in this show and her original design is that she sports a pair of sharp teeth.
- Missing Steps Plan: She convinced Lord Boxman that it is scientifically proven that he will get more money if he pollutes more, but she never explained him why. Of course, this is because she only want to pollute to destroy the world and most likely doesn't care about Boxman's business.
- Non-Standard Character Design: Her bodysuit employs more traditional shading, similar to her home series.
- Stupid Evil: When she mentions how the pollution she and Boxman will emit would wipe out all life on Earth, Boxman interjects, saying that it would wipe them out too. She doesn't seem to care in the slightest, and Boxman goes along because he thinks it'll give him a shot at wooing her.
- The Vamp: She uses her looks to her advantage when negotiating with Boxman, who's practically putty in her hands.
Dr. Weak Point
A villain referenced by Carol in a flashback about her starting days as a P.O.I.N.T. member.