Characters: Road Rovers
Voiced by: Jess Harnell
Tropes associated with Hunter:
- The Ace
- Brown Eyes
- Catch Phrase: "Yet another unexpected twist, bummer!"
- "I would not have predicted this!"
- "[X], cool."
- Cloud Cuckoolander
- The Leader
- Nice Guy: Bordering on All-Loving Hero
- Oblivious to Love: Hunter is pretty oblivious to Colleen's obvious attraction to him in-series. It got to the point where he thought her offer of a romantic walk on the beach meant she wanted to walk him. That said, the opening credits Ship Tease them and in the aforementioned "walk" episode, he gave a bit of a knowing smile when Blitz blabbed about Colleen's jealousy.
- Super Speed: To the point he actually leaves a trail of fire behind him.
- Swiss Army Superpower: While speed is his most obvious superpower, he's also super-playful, super-loyal, super-friendly, super-forgiving, super-generous and super-lucky. Not to mention his super-swimming, super-sniffing, super-tracking, and super-retrieving.
Voiced by: Tress MacNeille
Tropes associated with Colleen:
- Action Girl
- Calling Your Attacks
- Catch Phrase: (generally in a sarcastic tone) "There's your comedy."
- Deadpan Snarker
- Fourth Wall Observer: Complete with Aside Glances, her aforementioned catchphrase, and her tendency to lampshade
- Green-Eyed Monster: Albeit more of a slight Tearjerker example as Colleen becomes jealous when she believes Hunter has a girlfriend back where he's from (complete with her sadly leaving with a "Goodbye, 'Unty"). Much to her relief, it turns out he was actually just visiting his mother.
- Kick Chick: "HAI-YA!"
- The Lancer: Or The Chick depending on the case
- The Nicknamer: Towards Blitz, as a way to insult him
- Our Werewolves Are Different: It turns out that she is the actual werewolf in that episode from being exposed to werewolf drool, not Exile from a werewolf scratch. Although she's returned to normal .
- Punny Name
Voiced by: Jeff Bennett
Tropes associated with Blitz:
- Abhorrent Admirer: Towards Colleen, to which she usually responds with violence
- Accidental Misnaming: Colleen's favorite way of getting back at Blitz, aside from kicking his ass, is to completely screw up his name. In the final episode, she says his actual name, but returns to the usual routine when he starts being a jerk again.
- The Ahnold
- It's All About Me: Has a pretty high opinion of himself
- Jerkass/Jerk with a Heart of Gold
- The Lancer: Also sometimes The Chick, usually when Colleen takes up the role of The Lancer
- Dog Bites Man
- Meaningful Name: "Blitz" is a term referring to quick attacks. And being a Doberman, Blitz has a few attack dog tendencies.
- Miles Gloriosus
- More Teeth than the Osmond Family: Whenever he bites someone "in the tushy"
- Screams Like a Little Girl
- Trademark Favorite Food: Peppermint milkshakes.
Voiced by: Kevin Michael Richardson
Tropes associated with Exile:
- Awesome McCoolname: Exilo Mikailovich Sanhusky.
- Boisterous Bruiser
- Catch Phrase: (to Blitz) "Don't be weird boy."
- Deadpan Snarker: To Blitz
- Emotional Bruiser
- Eye Beams: In Ice and Heat flavors.
- Gadgeteer Genius
- Genius Bruiser
- Gentle Giant
- Husky Russkie
- An Ice Person
- Large Ham
- Mother Russia Makes You Strong: Although he notes he does not miss "Papa Russia"
- The Smart Guy
Voiced by: Frank Welker
Tropes associated with Shag:
- The Big Guy
- Blinding Bangs
- Hyperspace Arsenal
- Lovable Coward
- Running Gag: Shag has a bad habit of holding and firing weapons backwards. Though on one occasion, he simply turned himself around so the backwards weapon would face the right way.
- The Unintelligible: He remains the only Rover who doesn't speak English upon transformation.
- Walking Armory
Voiced by: Frank Welker
Tropes associated with Muzzle:
- Ax-Crazy: A rare heroic example, as he'll violently attack anyone he's released upon.
- Big Eater
- Extreme Omnivore
- Expy: He was obviously inspired by Hannibal Lecter from The Silence of the Lambs.
- Gory Discretion Shot: All of Muzzle's attacks are offscreen. And if the Rovers' reactions are anything to go by, it's better they are.
- Phrase Catcher: "Muzzle 'em!", said by whoever unleashes Muzzle to attack
The Master AKA Professor William F. Shepherd
Voiced by: Joseph Campanella
Tropes associated with The Master:
- Big Good
- Blank White Eyes: He mentions in one episode that they're the results of special effects.
- Mr. Exposition
- Super Empowering
- Team Dad
Voiced by: Jim Cummings
Tropes associated with Parvo:
- Big Bad
- Big Ol' Eyebrows
- Cats Are Mean
- Dark Secret: He's really an alley cat!
- Meaningful Name: Parvo is the colloquial term for canine parvovirus, a potentially fatal disease which affects dogs.
Voiced by: Sheena Easton
Tropes associated with The Groomer:
- The Dragon
- Groundhog Peggy Sue Due to the show's Stable Time Loop, she ends up going back in time to Parvo's transformation, giving him his helmet to cover his cat ears, and even give him his new name.
- Right-Hand Hottie
Voiced by: Larry Drake
Tropes associated with Storm:
Tropes associated with Bell:
Voiced by: Stephen Furst
Tropes associated with Sport: