Digimon/Gigimon/Dimimon/Digomon/DigrimonThe main protagonist of this trilogy. Digimon is a new Digimon, cause there is not actual Digimon called Digimon. He is a new one the writer invented. Digimon's life mostly consists of encountering strange card carrying villains.Tropes associated with him:
- Batman Can Breathe in Space: Digimon is perfectly able to survive in space during the climactic battle against Evil Digimon.
- Big Eater: From DIGIMON 2: RETURN OF DIGIMON:Digimon was ta hom eatnig breffist. He ate a omelette and toast with english muffins and he had bagels and Cap'n Crunch.He was also eating orange juice a muffin and sausage and a bacon piece but he also ate just bread.
- Flight: In Digimon 2 Digimon is seen flying towards space during his final confrontation with Evil Digimon.
- Heroic B.S.O.D.: After the Evil Scintist destroyed the road, Digimon went home and cried.
- Powered Armor: He build a Robot Body because the world was endangered by an Evil Digimon
- The Hero
- Self-Made Orphan: An implied heroic example. Evil Digimon, the villain of the first sequel is created by the Evil Scintist and stated to be Digimon's twin brother, which means the Evil Scintist also created Digimon. This means Digimon actually kills his own creator/father in order to save the world. The strange thing is that he does not show a bit of remorse for having to do this...
Evil ScintistThe first villain of the trilogy. An evil scientist who wishes to destroy the world/road. (Never became clear). Appears in DIGIMON SAVEZ THE WROLD!!1111
- Anti-Climax: For someone who is able to destroy the world, he sure went down easily when Digimon used his Digimon Power on him.
- Archnemesis Dad: Implied, as he created the Evil Digimon, who was Digimon's twin brother, meaning that he also created Digimon.
- Generic Doomsday Villain: The Evil Scintist created a device that could destroy the world/road. No reason given on why he does this.
- Mad Scientist
- Slasher Smile: It was an evil smile he held the gun with.
- The Villain Wins: The Evil Scintist succeeded in his diabolical plan to destroy the road, causing Digimon to go home and cry.
Evil DigimonAn evil counterpart to Digimon. Also his twin brother. And is created by the Evil Scintist. He wants to destroy the roads so no one can go on them. Appears in DIGIMON 2: RETURN OF DIGIMON
- Batman Can Breathe in Space: Like Digimon, he is able to breathe in space during their final fight.
- Cain and Abel: Evil Digimon is revealed to be Digimon's brother in DIGIMON 2: RETURN OF DIGIMON.
- Evil Counterpart: Is this to Digimon
- Evil Plan: Destroying all the roads.
- Evil Laugh: "H-a-a-a-a-a-a-a! I will kill you Digimon!"
- It Came from the Fridge: Literally. During his second attempt to fight Digimon, he inexplicably appeared in Digimon's fridge.
- Defeat Equals Explosion: His ultimate defeat ends in this.
- Not Quite Dead: He managed to survive Digimon's Robot Laser Shoot. At first it appears he died, but an Authors Note tells the reader 'it swa a trick'
KrlrkakA Predator who's brother died because his ship crashed. He inexplicably picks a fight with Digimon, but is defeated by being kicked in the invisible. After being defeated by Digimon, he teams up with him to find out why his brother died. Appears in DIGIMON 3: PREDATOR VS DIGIMON
- Cynicism Catalyst: During his initial confrontation with Digimon, the majority of his lines relate to his dead brother. So it can be implied that is the cause for him picking a fight with Digimon. Still, it doesn't explain why he seeks out Digimon of all people...
- Defeat Means Friendship: After being defeated by Digimon, he allies with him to find out why his brother died.
- Frickin' Laser Beams: His primary weapon.
- Heel–Face Turn
- Invisibility: Even goes as far to say that he is 'kicked in the invisible'
- Race Name Basis: While he does mention his name during his introduction, the narrator keeps referring to Krlrkak as "predator" (or misspellings thereof)
The FBIThey made Krlrkak's brother's ship crash due to an experiment. When Digimon and Krlrkak appear at their headquarters, they desperately try to hide the evidence regarding these experiments, but are soon exposed for the shady organization they are. Appears in DIGIMON 3: PREDATOR VS DIGIMON
- The Bad Guys Are Cops: Subverted. While the FBI is definitely portrayed as an evil law enforcement institution, the actual police are portrayed as good guys.
- CIA Evil, FBI Good: Subverted, in that it is the FBI that's evil, while the CIA never appears. Instead, the Police are the good law enforcement instance.
- Greater-Scope Villain: Their evil experiments indirectly caused Krlrkak to pick a fight with Digimon.
- Government Conspiracy: The FBI were the ones who made Krlrkak's brother's ship crash by performing shady experiments, even endangering multiple innocent people on the bridge where the ship crashed.
- Large Ham: "WHO ARE YOU TO DEMAND TO COME IN"
The PoliceWhile they first try to stop Digimon and Krlrkak's raid at the FBI headquarters, they soon join Digimon's side after learning of the FBI's involvement in the death of Krlrkak's brother. They also visit Digimon's house, having a dinner to celebrate exposing the FBI's true colors. Appear in DIGIMON 3: PREDATOR VS DIGIMON
- CIA Evil, FBI Good: Subverted, in that the Police are the good guys, while the FBI is evil. The CIA never appears.
- Heel–Face Turn: While not evil per se, they are initially opposed to Digimon and Krlrkak, but switch sides as soon as they learn of the FBI's evilness.
- Hero Antagonist: Briefly try to stop Digimon in his quest to find evidence for the FBI's involvement in Krkrkak's brother's death, but given their quick Heel–Face Turn, they seem to be rather goodhearted.
Doom: Repercussions of Evil
John StalvernA Space Marine who must kill the demons, but later finds out that he is the demons.
- And Then John Was a Zombie: The Trope Namer.
- BFG: His palsma rifle. Although he doesn't get a chance to use the actual BFG, in spite of being in a Doom fanfic.
- The Determinator
- Expy: Of the nameless Marine from the actual Doom.
- The Hero Dies
- Space Marine: Duh.
Cernel JosonJohn's superior officer, who communicates with him by radio.
- The Voice: He never actually appears in person.
DemonsThey are demons, and they want to kill John. Or do they...?
Quarter-Life: Halfway to Destruction
Gordon Freeman/Freechmen/FreemantThe protagonist of the Half-Life series, and the hero of the story. He discovers new radoactive isotope that is so vollatile that it does not have a half-life, but quarter-life, so he has to observe with hasty, at least until uit is been stoled.
- Badass Bookworm: As in the original game.
- Improvised Weapon: Inverted— he normally uses his crowbarb, ut in this case, it was missing, so he had to make do with a decidedly less improvised claymore sword.
- Mass Teleportation: When he uses portals to push henemy headquarters into a portal.
- Out of Character: To anyone who's actually played Half-Life.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Freeman, Freechmen, Freemant...the story can't make up its mind!
- Suddenly Voiced: The real Gordon is the quintessential Silent Protagonist. This Gordon blabbers on constantly.
Fellow Scientist Cow-Orker JimmAnother scientist and Gordon's ill-fated buddy, who narrowly survives a headcrab attack before going off to help him revocer teh isotrope.
- Dropped a Bridge on Him: He gets blown to smitheroons during the confrontation with Bad Guy From the Game.
- Ludicrous Smitheroons
- Made of Iron: His head gets cut when Ghordon kills the headcrab on his head, but he survives.
- My Nayme Is: Jimm.
A Bad Guy from the GameThe story's nameless antagonist, who takes the isotope and threatens Dallas with total destruaction.
- Card-Carrying Villain: Like many Peter Chimaera antagonists. He seems to have no particular reason for wanting to use the isotope to cause meltdown. Or for that matter, why he picked Dallas to destroy.
- Evil Plan: What he intends to use the isotope for. It involves Dallas and meltdowns.
- No Name Given
- What Happened to the Mouse?: We never do find out what happened to him after the room slowly becomes vapourise, unless he's the one who says "Not so fast, Mr. Gordon!" at the end of the fic.
The Simpsons Dinner
(The) Homer/OHmer SimpsonsThe protagonist of the story, Homer is forced to sit through dinner, only to end up missing an off hours performance review while he went to the bathroom, thus losing his job to his own neighbor.
- The Klutz: He's apparently quite prone to hurting his foot.