The character sheet for We Are Our Avatars. Please note that this only contains the characters who've shown up frequently since the 'move', so it may lack some of the earlier characters.
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Let this be a lesson for you: never fuck with Eiserne Drossel!
Nightmare'sPerky Female Minion who was initially shunted into the future by the opening of Astral Chaos after Pyrrha became the new host of Soul Edge during the events of Soul Calibur V. Due to this, her personality was further fragmented, giving rise to a third one who, while still a Blood Knight, has a moral center and is notably more friendly, if a bit sassy. She joined the group after another temporal SNAFU (probably caused by Soul Edge, Soul Calibur or both) sent her to the Monster Hunter World, and she tagged along mainly to know what to do as a stranger in a strange land (but also because of her willingness to battle).
Clothes Make the Legend: When going to an important battle, she wears her default outfits from Soul Calibur III and IV, dyeing her hair accordingly (though she tends to go for her SCIII default because of the "war paint", i.e. the purple strokes across her face and body).
The mental projections of her Jolly and Gloomy personalities wear the SCV default and alternate costumes, respectively.
Did I Just Say That Out Loud?: As much as she tries to hide her past as an unrepentant mass murderer, sometimes she will let something about it slip, causing people to look at her a different way.
One of these times, she managed to escape a lecture (at best) from Anubis simply due to being drunken off her ass when she spouted off about Soul Edge in the wake of the death and destruction of Imca's soul.
Doesn't Like Guns: Not by option, but because she can't handle firearms too well, preferring her good old Ring Blade.
Drink Order: Whiskey + Coke. It's all she drinks of alcohol whenever she wants/needs.
Dye Hard: Dyes her hair depending on the circumstance (for example, to fit with her games' costumes when she wears them). She uses dyeing spray, so she can wash the color off when bathing.
Heroic BSOD: Well, "heroic" in the context is a manner of speaking, but Lupo (in his Desperado guise) leaving her to fend for herself at the Silver City Police Station temporarily drove her over the edge. She was only brought down with riot control's sleeping gas.
Meganekko: In her civilian outfits. She does not need them, though; they are just for looks.
Older than They Look: Not accounting the time skip, she's 38. But malfestation stopped her from aging at 17.
Shout-Out: When going undercover to get a job while awaiting judgement for the slaughter at Silver City Police Station, she went by the name Harley, going so far as to dye her hair blonde and wear makeup similar to the original's clown look (domino mask and all).
Word of God (i.e. her player) jokingly thinks that, if Tira was ever placed in a High School AU, she and Harley Quinn herself would be part of a clique with fellow twintailed villainess Perona.
Talking to Themself: When things get too tense, her Jolly and Gloomy sides will poke at her from inside her mind.
Every good person has a smile that needs protection, regardless of their profile.
Once a mild-mannered everyman and traveler, Yusuke Godai jumped headlong into the battle against the Grongi Tribe out of an overwhelming desire to protect the people and their smiles. Years after his final battle against N-Daguva-Zeba, he ended up in Silver City during his travels, and found himself in the middle of the sinister occurrences behind the city's bustling faÁade.
The Ace: Subverted. While he's still "the man with 2000 abilities", he's vastly outclassed by other characters in certain fields (i.e. technology).
In his homeworld, Lincoln was one of the Contracted — people who struck a deal with the anthromorphizations of the different forces of the Universe. Having struck a deal with Death to save his sister's life, Daniel gained powers over death himself. However, Daniel's now stuck in the job of spiritual clean-up. Typically, this involves helping a particularly stuck spirit to move on to the Afterlife, or stopping forces who wish to disrupt the balance between the living and the dead. Lincoln ended up joining the group during one such mission — after falling out of a tree and losing his glasses first (He got them back later).
Accidental Pervert: While trying to get his glasses from Pinkie Pie, Lincoln unintentionally grabbed her, um, chest.
Blind Mistake: Several times before he got cybernetic eyes, and several times when they got shut down. The first day was the biggest example of this, however, with him crashing into people and not facing the right way several times.
Born Unlucky: Way too often The only thing Lincoln's surprised about when he's placed on the butt end of things is why he didn't realize it would happen....
A Mad Scientist meets Hollywood Hacker teenager. She joined the group when a malfunction in a teleporter she was building (caused by her older sister spilling coffee on it) ended up sending her into the dimension the others were staying at. Close friends with Carl the minion.
Michael Wesley Grayson / Red Lightspeed Ranger II and IV / Lunara Knight II
"My mother was the Red Lightspeed Ranger. My adoptive father? The Red Space Ranger. I'm now a part of them." ~ Prior to his appearance in We Are Our Adventuring Avatars.
"So you kidnapped me...and threatened to kill my mom...only because she realized that she can't have two romantic partners at once. That is just fucked up." ~ After his reappearance in WAOA/WAOAA.
The son of Carter/Catherine Grayson, Michael was born on April 26th, 2010, after the Future arc. He was cared by his mother very much, and he usually brought joy to her life. Nothing much happened to him until he and Catherine drowned in the Pokemon arc, which was the trigger to have Sedna take his mother after the Writer arc. Andros took care of the baby until he grew up, and then he took on his mother's former position as the new Red Lightspeed Ranger.When Catherine reappeared, she and Michael spent some time together catching up. However, Ophelia appeared, and Michael was granted the task of freeing his mother from the curse of the sea. He finished two tasks before he tried to find Rika, and he was captured by Lucrezia and transformed into a Construct known as the Rangerslayer. He did, though, finish the third task before his dark side took over.During the Revenge Arc, the Rangerslayer upgraded into a different look: Neo-Rangerslayer. This form is a lot more brutal, but he eventually got better before the fight with Lucrezia, Rika, and Catherine. After that, he blamed himself and felt guilty over what he did, but he got better.Sometime between the Naruto and Legion of Doom arcs, Michael decided to take a break away from the group. Unfortunately, during said break, Maria and Legato showed up to fight him. All of Michael's memories as the Red Lightspeed Ranger were taken away and crushed, leaving him powerless until Eirin and the Kappas outfitted him into a cyborg ninja body.In "Sins of the Past", while trying to avenge Rika's death, Michael attempted to attack Golomois. However, he ended up being cursed as a result. With the help of Rika and Ryan, he made a potion that would not let the curse bother him. In the end of the arc, he helped out with Golomois at the price of his Lunara Knight powers, but he was cured of his curse.Years later, after living in semi-retirement with his family (wife Melody and adopted son Takeshi), Michael decided to rejoin the group, under the condition that he can visit his family every now and then.
All There in the Manual: The liveblogs of Power Rangers: Revolution to Sailor Moon Legend of Zelda shows what Michael was up to after his adventures in WAOA and WAOAA. The Cyborg Davis liveblog also shows him reawakening his Red Lightspeed Ranger powers.
Attractive Bent-Gender/Gender Bender: In the grand tradition of giving the family their own Gender Flip forms, Michael's alternate form is Michelle Grayson. First used when the Chew Toy status got to be too much, but then returned in the second Monster Hunter arc.
Balloon Belly: Takes after his mother. At some points, it's only made even worse: Michael ate over 1,000 burgers and had a harder time working it off. He then gained huge amounts of weight as a result of faulty nanomachines, to the point where even working it off would not work.
Blood Knight: Shows this trait from time to time, such as when he was trying to kill Alternate Donna in Silver City. Eisenhart and Catherine were not pleased.
Fan Nickname: Etheru had once called Michael "Die Graysonator" after he was reborn as a cyborg ninja. And before then, Lemurian jokingly stated that he would call Michael "Raiden". The former nickname ended up becoming an ascended nickname.
Took a Level in Badass: As a result of promising to get better and watching Silver's film. He even gained a whole new appearance (muscles and a beard) out of it! But it didn't work out...until he became the cyborg ninja.
Unwitting Pawn: First to an Other of Flandre Scarlet when he followed directions and took a wand on her behalf (it doesn't have any magic, though), then during the second Ozbourne Arc when the enemies he defeated formed a dome. The group was endangered both times. The poor guy just can't win.
Formerly of Lightspeed Rescue, Carter was doing a Bicycle Safety PSA until a fan chased him. He entered a portal, and he joined the group on crazy adventures. At one point, the Peeps see him and declare that he's an honorary Peep after saving one of them, but he morphs into action. Because of his red armor, he is the Third Peep. And that's just one example...While the heroes were in Yukai Den in order to have Kuromaru rest in peace, Carter gained a new girlfriend, Takoluka. (Don't think about that one too much.) He witnesses her death at the hands of a demon and, after the battle, mourned her. Until she survived. Also, during the Seven Deadly Sins arc, Carter made a promise to his fellow teammates: he wouldn't let them die. However, as time goes by, his sanity started to slip, the cracks in the Ranger's personality showing up...until, of course, he got better thanks to, even when the multiverses started to collapse, Alucard. Carter ended up grabbing one of the Chaos Emeralds and nearly faded to nonexistence until Father was destroyed, leaving the Ranger weak but alive.In the Pikadevil's Hell arc, Carter wished to become female after the third level of Hell—and he received it, calling herself "Catherine." She faced weird goings-on such as having her soul inserted into an L-Block, fighting against her Other, and having her soul taken to Hell so that her allies could save her. And during that arc, she became pregnant and gave birth to her son, Michael Grayson, all while facing other threats such as the battle between the heroes, the Darkness, and Morning Star/Satan.In the Pokemon arc, Catherine was killed off twice: first when she and Michael drowned (they got better), and the second was when she was gunned down while protecting Andros. That second incident killed Catherine off for real, but she returned as a spirit, possessing Lip's body and using her powers until Sedna appeared to take her, punishing her by making her a ghost of the ocean. After being freed from the Curse of the Sea (which had her being taken by Sedna again), Catherine was revived....until she fought with Michael's dark side: The Rangerslayer. Twice. She lost the second time, and she became a Revenant, complete with a different identity: the Lunara Knight. She eventually did lose to the heroes, freed from the Revenant curse from an Other of Link.A long time occurred in which she was out of action for the most part—save for a few heroic actions. Later, Catherine returned in the second And Now for Someone Completely Different arc. In it, she awoke in Amise City, powerless and later gaining new allies—one of which was her biggest fan, Linkara. When she finally reunited with the old group, the hostilities seemed to flare up until, somehow, she gained some sort of clarity of the world around her. And she also became blind, but that didn't bother her at all.After a relationship-testing adventure, Catherine has since retired and lived with her girlfriend, Kotohime. It's also revealed that she also spent time saving lives and being with her family. When she patrolled around the Full Metal Alchemist world, a bolt of lightning struck her and turned her back into Carter—this time, having the same problem as his own son, that of being completely muscular. He spent time with the group, and an accident when he met Jennifer caused him to rethink his plans as the sole Ranger-representative Whateververse patroller. He decided to talk to his family and plan with them to take turns saving lives, and he gained back the ability to change genders at will.Catherine eventually returned to the group, catching up with them and having her weekly Whateververse-patrollings. She had also adopted Arcadiarika, her former fan-turned-friend, and with the adoption, she's a grandmother again. In Alyx's Origins, however, she discovered that her "sibling", Alyx, is actually her Other. Upon seeing her death, and even when Alyx turned herself into her true form, she decided to help and protect her ally at all costs. She, with the help of her family and old team, succeeded, and Alyx gave her a new power, the Red Legendary Ranger powers, for her trouble.A few months after helping the people of Arkenea out, Catherine married Kotohime. But during the wedding, it was destroyed when Golomois crashed it. He wanted to get revenge on the family members for what her ancestors did: wiping out the entire race. Catherine attempted to talk Golomois down, but it led to Michael getting severely injured and Rika killed.Later, while mourning over her deceased adopted daughter and worrying over Michael, she talked to Golomois, and she tried to sympathize with him. She was then told that she had until the next full moon to solve the mystery, why Golomois wanted the Graysons dead, and to prepare herself for one final battle.With her team and her wife, Catherine headed back to her old home. In the ashes was a fragment of a sword that Golomois supposedly owned, and in a cellar was an old rune with a crescent moon shape. They talked to the former Captain Mitchell, and he explained a little bit of history: Golomois' tribe, the Juuma, once worked peacefully with Catherine's ancestors, the Lunara tribe. But, aside from seeing a figure that may be Golomois in the fatal fire, that was all he knew.Eventually, it was revealed that the Lunara Tribe wanted revenge against the Juuma Tribe for one of Golomois' generals killing one of their own, and the former slaughtered most of the latter. Golomois was the only survivor, and he swore revenge against the Lunara, killing most of them. After the fire that took her parents' lives—which was revealed to be Golomois' act, Catherine was the only survivor of the Grayson family.Catherine was unsure what to do, until Udonna, the Mystic Spirit Guardian and the Empress of all good magic, gave her a pep talk, telling her that she'll find the answers. In the end, after a fierce battle with Golomois, Catherine unlocked the Ultimate Red Wave, gaining immortality. She was about to kill her foe until she decides to keep him alive and convinced him to let the past go, so that way, they could work for a better future, one where demons and humans can coexist. Two years later, she still kept that promise, and she remained happily married to Kotohime.She has a team of five Pokemon that we know about: Empoleon, Aggron, Gallade, Tropius, and Pikachu.
Tropes Applying to Catherine Grayson
All There in the Manual: Catherine's disappearance via random Whateverversal rifts are documented in two of Arcadiarika's liveblogs, Super Sentai Vs. Power Rangers (at least the first few chapters) and The Prayer Warriors: The Evil Gods Part II. Her later adventures between the then-final arc and her reappearance in Silver City are also documented in the liveblogs for Power Rangers: Revolution to Sailor Moon Legend of Zelda.
Attractive Bent-Gender / Gender Bender: Carter's female form, Catherine, obtained during the journey to the third level of Pikadevil's Hell. Turned out that it was an illusion, much to his dismay, but Yukari did give him the power to change gender at will.
Back from the Dead: Catherine and Michael drowned when they had to jump off a ship, but they were entangled in seaweed. They briefly became ghosts, and as their bodies were retrieved, they went back to the world of the living. And after the Curse of the Sea mini-arc, she was revived. Again.
Badass Princess: Became a princess through marrying Kotohime, but she's still a Power Ranger in spirit and a commander to her team/family first. And she isn't afraid to fight, either.
Big Damn Heroes: She, and later her entire family and the Lightspeed Rangers, made one in the final battle during "Alyx's Origins", showing up just before the Black Soldiers were able to kill Alyx. Complete with her making a Dynamic Entry by blasting the Black Soldiers with her customized V-Lancer!
Sorry to have missed the party, but regardless? The ceremony is fucking over. You will not try to kill my Other again tonight.
Broken Pedestal: Looked up to Yumiko and befriended her until she took a part of Alduin's soul. She, even though she stole Tomes and resurrected the dead, was suitably disgusted, callng Yumiko out in a What the Hell, Hero? speech.
Future Me Scares Me: When the group went into the future, Carter/Catherine said this about her (mostly) permanently-female future self. The 49-year-old version was revealed to have lost the first child—Michael—as an adolescent while rescuing a family from a fire, and after the death, Catherine asked to have Laser-Guided Amnesia. Instead, the ray blinded her.
Like Brother and Sister: Catherine's relationship with Alyx was definitely a sisterly bond. Once Catherine knew who Alyx really is, that bond grew. Justified as the two are Others of each other, and Catherine—in a way—did save Alyx's life and gave him another chance of living.
Locked into Strangeness: After spending 6,500 years in the oceans as a ghost, Catherine was revived with silver hair. She maintains it even when she de-ages into a 16-year-old.
Scars Are Forever: Word of God states that Catherine will keep her scars from a dragon fight. Which, by the way, involved half of her face gaining third-degree burns and the entire rest of her body electrified by powerful lightning.
Screw Yourself: She took fertility drugs instead of a headache medicine thanks to Ryan Mitchell's prank. The pills screwed up with her reproductive system, ending up pregnant with Michael.
Superpower Lottery: The shining example of the trope out of pretty much everyone. Back then, she had to juggle between her giant Blastoise Gijinka, Eldritch, Lunara Knight, and the Gun-EZ forms, all having different powers and abilities. But then they were all erased for a while, allowing her a chance to become strong and an effective leader (at least when her family and the Lightspeed Rangers are concerned) without her powers. Then in "Alyx's Origins", she wielded her customized V-Lancer and gained the Red Legendary Ranger's powers (the V-Lancer was later added as the Red Lightspeed Ranger's weapon), obtained some magical spells on Halloween, and she obtained a few Super Mario Bros. power-ups and the Omni-tool. To make it a long story short: she became broken, then nerfed, then went all the way back up to broken again.
Unsettling Gender-Reveal: The way to ruin a sultry scene she herself created? Reveal that Catherine's a man. Once done to Zapp by Red, the second was done when she herself dropped one on Other!Apala.
Balloon Belly: Gained one during the Pokemon arc as a result of overeating.
Carter actually had to work it off, unlike most other examples of the Trope.
And then it happened again when she was briefly a personification of Gluttony. However, even after the spell ended, she was happy with her gained weight. This happened a lot more often than not for her, until it was later phased out altogether.
Chronic Hero Syndrome: Dear God, was it bad. It's a double whammy since Carter and Catherine are Rangers and firefighters. And even though they're balancing their life between saving universes, spending time with their family, and being with Kotohime, it's still there. It led to an albeit-funny—but still embarrassing—moment where Carter left Jennifer to help Martin, not realizing that she got confused. Whoops. This accident lightly deconstructs the trope, however, making him realize that he can take longer breaks and have his entire family involved in the Whateververse patrols (and, thus, people-rescuing).
Finally has eased out, as she realizes that she and her family can only be called when the Whateververse needs them the most. It took the Skyrim arc to finally make it official, however.
Guardian of the Multiverse: Mild version—they don't call Carter/Catherine "the Multiversal Ranger" for nothing, much to his (her) slight embarrassment.
Hidden Depths: Normally, Carter/Catherine can be caring and helpful to all members of the group (and even those who aren't in said group). But if someone's being a jerk and uncaring about the opposite sex? As seen in "Unsettling Gender-Reveal", Carter can be a damn good troll to any sexist asshole.
Mr Fix It: Got a problem involving technology? They'll fix (most of) them.
Power Copying: As the Red Legendary Ranger, Carter/Catherine can transform into any previous Red Ranger, even their own.
Awesome, but Impractical: Word of God, though, states that the powers do have limits. Namely, they can't use a form again until they go through several more forms, said form(s) have to be used for the duration of the battle, and the forms themselves are limited to one weapon. No Zords can be summoned in each form, either, except for Victoria's and the Gun-EZ. As of the finale of "Sins of the Past", however, upon becoming the Ultimate Red Legendary Ranger, the "can't use a form again until they go through several more forms" rule is thrown out the window.
TeamParentarch: To the point where (s)he's pretty much the closest thing to a parental figure to some characters of the group, namely Hansel and Gretel. The fact that (s)he's a parent (and grandparent) her/himself doesn't hurt.
The mustached plumber in green, Luigi was a semi-recurring character even before the move, reintroduced post-move during the Hell arc. He's proceeded to... well, be Luigi.
Dynamic Entry (he was introduced to the scene twice when he burst through a wall)
I told you, I'm not Luigi!
A dark side of Luigi, Mr. L tried to display himself as a threat by trying to shatter the fourth wall. However, everyone ignored him, enraging Mr. L and kicking off a few instances of him trying to take revenge.
Enemy Within - He shares Luigi's body and is derived from Luigi's common flaws.
Paper-Thin Disguise - To the point where later on, he didn't even pretend he wasn't essentially Luigi.
Hello, and welcome to "Atop Where The Fourth Wall Isn't"... where bad comics meet the flames of Jigoku.
A combination of Hina Kagiyama and Linkara. Most often referenced by the player a a joke about her one-shot status.
Punny Name: Inductell is derived from "induction".
TVon (age 5)
Look, kids! TV! ...TV that's gonna smash you!
A robot thing that likes children's card games. And winnign at things in general. It's rumored that he hosts a great, great power, similar to the one below him. That rumor, of course, is not entirely true. But he does have some of that power. Most of it is of the next character, though. And yes, TVon's mouth is his screen.
Attribute Avenger ("Atrivenger") (age 4)
A seemingly emtionless cubic fractal robot. With a whole host of power. About on First Guardian level, except this antonym of audibility is only a few years old and hasn't even traveled through time. It's rumored that he has a whole spread of powers corresponding to each Pokemon type... and those rumors are actually right. Also, he was created by the same guy who made TVon. Food for thought.
A girl that lives in a bucket. Or rather, a youkai (tsurube-otsohi) that lives in the Underground of Gensokyo, and goes aroudn everywhere in the bucket. She's apparently agoraphobic (scared of open spaces), so she can't stand being out of the bucket anyway. This has earned her some ridicule before, making for a lonely girl... but she has friends in the group, at least.
It's what she and I were born to do. I'm just the one with enough sense of responsibility to get to it.
A misfortune kami/goddess that likes spreading misfortune, or at least feels duty-bound to the task. She considers Hina a "disgrace" for not doing the same.
This section is off-limits until these two are seen in the present.
Reporting for duty, sir Chew!
A Bob-omb Buddy from the Incarnate arc who was a soldier in a resistance force led by the Chew brothers. When the timeline was fixed, he somehow managed to stay with the Avatars, though his presence with the group is somewhat inconsistent. His chumhandle is cherryBlast.
King Kenas Revip
Thiz iz nearly az lame az Lizargon. Yeah, Lizargon. Don't know who that iz? That'z how lame he iz!
A villainous king of a snakelike species known as Pesterns on an unknown island. Apparently fights with a hero called Humaino, and is allied with someone called Terribat. His chumhandle is karkotakaRegimen, and he has yet to show up outside of the program.
Meaningful Name: "Kenas" and "Revip" are anagrams of "snake" and "viper", respectively. As for the chumhandle, Karkotaka is a naga king from Hindu mythology, while "regimen" refers to government. Kenas is a snakelike creature that happens to be a king.
Snake Talk: Averted (inverted?). Despite being a snakelike creature, Kenas apparently cannot pronouce his S's, saying them as Z's instead. (This extends to his typing.)
Gem-filled rocks? Official couple recognitions? Tear powder? It's yours, my hamigo, as long as you have enough sunflower seeds!
Eh, "impure and dishonest", not too far off the mark...
Daiyousei (age 77, birthday March 23)
I... guess I got used to it. Happens.
A mute girl originally from a mysterious jungle. Being as young and having grown up as isolated as she was, she's very curious and positive all the time. She always has a strange medallion◊ on her person.Astrid may or may not be somehow related to a certain other gray-themed, little-speaking character with the same initials on this list.
Cute Mute: Restricted to communicating with a notepad and a pencil.
The daughter of Luigi and Daisy from the future.Since her arrival, Laura has been transformed into a kitsune, and so far has three tails.
Rikka / Crystal Kotone
Originally a trainer from Johto, this girl was yanked from her dimension and stuck into a void of nonexistence, until a tear in the fabric of space freed her from her exile of existence. Originally, she had lost her memory as well, and so she was dubbed "Rikka". Since then, she has regained her memories due to a wish.
Informed Attribute: Crystal is implied to have been a fairly good trainer... however, since she has had no access to her team within the RP, it's only implied.
DLN-002 / Roll
A robot from Monsteropolis originally designed for housekeeping, Roll has since gained weaponry on par with Megaman himself.
It's Proto Man or something.
Mythology Gag: One of the attacks Proto Man has shown is firing an instance of Item-2 (usually used for transport) at the opponent. This is a reference to the Rush Cannon from Rockman 4 Minus Infinity.
Samus Is a Girl: When Michelle took Proto Man's helmet in order to repair him, it turns out that Roll was impersonating Proto Man the whole time.
John "Jack" Doe (formerly Big Boss)
The legendary soldier we all know and love. The group has changed John's personality quite a bit, even to the point that he quit his soldiering job. He still has a love for cigars, but no longer does he just sit in the corner and brood with one in his mouth. He's also changed his look from the military outfit he used to wear to a longcoat, and he's forgone the bandanna and beret.Is now in a relationship with Vivian.
Not So Stoic: Sometimes his softer side shows through his turtle-shell like exterior.
Retired Badass: He decided to retire from soldiering after realizing he was better off with the group.
The mysterious, normally faceless character of Fallout: New Vegas fame. Doesn't remember a lot of his own past, but he knows that some guy shot him in the brain and that he wants revenge...and he'll do anything to get said revenge. He has a special attachment to the .44 Magnum in the holster by his side.
In the past Spike was a top assassin for the Red Dragon Syndicate, a criminal organization. An unstoppable killer, Spike was practically a One-Man Army, and was only more dangerous when paired with his equally dangerous partner, Vicious. Then something happened. Spike met Vicious' girlfriend, Julia, and Spike and Julia fell in love. (Indeed, one shot that shows Spike's reaction to seeing her hints it might even have been Love at First Sight, at least on his end). Although the details from this time are sketchy, it appears that Vicious soon found out, and the affair not only made Vicious determined to kill Spike, but made him fall out of favor with the Red Dragons as well. Spike decided to leave the Syndicate after one last job, but Vicious gave Julia a deadly order: kill Spike, or be killed herself before she could run. Somehow, Spike faked his death well enough that almost everyone believed he was dead, but Julia didn't leave with him. Instead Spike simply disappeared, and began a life of drifting until meeting Jet and forming their partnership.In the present Spike is slightly lazy, big eating, easy going sort who has used his skills as an assassin and martial artist to become a bounty hunter. He's the type that always takes life easy except for when the adrenaline kicks in while taking down a bounty. And he certainly doesn't take anything personally or all that seriously... in fact, about the only thing that can spark an emotional reaction from him is the name Julia... still, Spike is going to eventually have to face his past. Not everyone knows or believes that he's dead, including his old mentor Mao Yenrai, and Vicious certainly doesn't believe it, (Vicious firmly believes that he is the only one who can kill Spike, and vice-versa) and still wants a piece of Spike, even as he begins hatching plans to take over the Red Dragons. And somewhere out there, is Julia.Eventually, Spike's past catches up with him big time. Vicious does confirm that Spike is alive, and it turns into a full on hunt as Vicious tries to take over the Red Dragon Syndicate. Spike and Julia reconcile and plan on running away, but before they can she dies in a shootout with Vicious' men. After saying goodbye to Jet and the crew, Spike decides to go Storming the Castle and cuts a swath through The Syndicate to get to Vicious. The two wound each other, with Vicious dying right away, while Spike lives long enough to see the dawn, walk back downstairs, and whisper "Bang" to the stunned members of the Syndicate before collapsing. It's unclear whether or not he DOES die. Interesting side note: Spike Spiegel dies (MAYBE) at the age of 27, the same age as many legendary rock figures like Robert Johnson, Brian Jones, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain, and many others.
Ace Pilot: No one can pilot the Swordfish II better than Spike.
Ambiguously Jewish: Spike has a Yiddish family name, a stereotypically (in the US, anyway) Jewish haircut, and carries an Israeli-made Jericho 941 pistol. When asked about it, the series' creators said he wasn't Jewish and his hair was modeled after the actor YusakuMatsuda◊, and they just picked "Spiegel" as his name because they thought it sounded cool.
Anti-Hero: Spike's the type of guy who'll help someone in need every now and then even if there's nothing in it for him. He's also not particularly ruthless in his quests to capture his bounty, perfectly willing to capture a bounty head alive, though he does cause serious property damage whenever he goes after them. That said, as a former assassin and a current bounty hunter, he isn't exactly a good guy and he does have a darker side to him, especially when Vicious is around.
Nominal Hero: Spike has occasionally shown moments of apathy and outright disregard for other people, caring only for his mission or reward. "Ballad of Fallen Angels" shows Spike unhesitatingly shooting the head of the man who had Faye's head at gunpoint, making it seem as if he cared more about killing the man than actually saving Faye, and even then he only agreed to save her because he had his own reasons and she just happened to be there. The first scene from The Movie also seems to make it pretty clear that he cares little about human casualties.
Spike: "Well that's a real shame. But we're not cops and we're not from some charity organization. Sorry lady but we don't protect or serve. This is strictly business."
Badass Longcoat: There seems to be something special about Spike's longcoat, as well. He was seen wearing it often during his Syndicate days, but only dons it to fight Vicious after he leaves. It seems like his way of acknowledging he's fighting a war.
Dying Alone: After spending most of the series being there for other people — both friends, foes and bounties — as they died, Spike dies alone, surrounded by the Red Dragon mooks. He died alone because he died last, he made sure his Arch-Enemy Vicious went first, making this a Taking You with Me ending.
Dying Moment of Awesome: Spike's one-man assault on the Red Dragon building and his final duel with Vicious, all the way to the end, was awesome. See you, Space Cowboy...
Running Gag: Several times he pulls out a cigarette (or already has one lit), only to be told or see a sign that says "No smoking". Depending on the episode, he either ignores it or spits the cigarette out, irritated.
Smoking Is Cool: Probably the most famous example in anime. He's even the current trope image.
Oryx the Mad God
You cosmic peasants!
The titular Mad God of the Realm. Betrayed by Archdemon Malphas, who decided to rule the Realm alone, Oryx has lost his immortal status and now fights for the forces of good, if only to exact his revenge on Malphas. He intensely dislikes Xene.
Double the Absol, double the fun, double the malicious annihilation.
An Absol gijinka with a tough-as-nails attitude and a devious streak. Currently on vacation from bounty hunting; she met up with the ANFSCD crew on the starship Titanic. She later joined the main group after crash-landing in a ball of dark fire at the ski resort on EDN IV.
An experienced Monster Hunter from Loc Lac City, Levin joined the group to help the aspiring hunters during their careers. Good-hearted but somewhat arrogant, he is extremely knowledgeable about the monsters he hunts, and is skilledwithavarietyofweapontypes.
The Ace: He's High-Rank, and will not pass up an opportunity to remind you of that fact.
Awesome McCoolname: His full name is indeed Levin Maelstrom. Which he may or may not have just come up with on his own.
Name's the Same: Not to be confused with Levin from the awesome Monster Hunter fanfic The Lost Civilization.
Shock and Awe: As the Abyssal Lagiacrus, he has the greatest lightning power of any gijinka. However, since his transformation is not yet complete, his power is greatly limited, and he is still practicing.
Speak Ill of the Dead: When Levin died, Michelle, Nova and Longram openly criticized him. According to Nova, he wad "a pain in the ass to deal with, posed friendly fire risks, did not stop to think, was way to quick to extend the phallic symbol that was his weapon, and did not understand the concept of humility"
Stupid Sexy Flanders: On a few occasions. However, he is indeed mostly straight and would only take an actual relationship with a woman.
A wandering Deviljho gijinka who never really was able to interact much with people because everyone was scared of her. She passed by the Loc Lac Hotel on Thanksgiving, stopped in for a bite, and decided to stay.
Superpowered Evil Side: Subverted. When she goes Savage for the first time in order to fight the rampaging Deviljho gijinka Gou, she is uniquely able to keep her rage focused and not simply attack anyone she sees.
Super Strength: Taking after one of the most physically powerful monsters in the Hunterverse, she is strong enough to take down monsters with her bare hands.
A somewhat mentally unstable Khezu gijinka who greatly enjoys being who he is. He has a penchant for sinister science and machinery. Unable to speak, he usually communicates by way of his cards, of which he seems to have an infinite supply of.
A robotic version of Flandre Scarlet from a far-future Gensokyo, built for danmaku battle and programmed to be nigh-undefeatable. However, due to her bizarre requirement of functional androids as food, she was retired after she was deemed too expensive to maintain. She was thrown in a scrapyard and remained there for 495 years, living off the discarded and dying machines as her own programming deteriorated, until one day...
A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Originally completely sane, but being abandoned in the scrapyard for 495 years caused her programming to deteriorate closer to the personality of the Flandre we all know.
Villain Decay: In-universe example: He is greatly feared in his own galaxy, but after getting warped away and stuck with a group of people far more powerful than him, he is reduced to nothing but a stranded, ineffectual, and somewhat grumpy pilot.
Take note: Anything that isn't public knowledge among the characters are spoilered. Nicknames are in parentheses. Also, suggestions for tropes to add to the characters would be nice. PM any ideas to me.
Shadow of Inle (Kris)
A very quiet, pale boy who prefers to keep to himself and others that he knows well. His quietness makes him mostly a listener, though he can be talkative with the right people. With various sights at his disposal, and paranoia-induced talent with sneaking and stealing, he likes things to be quieter.
Art Initiates Life: Kris's painting was painted by Guertena. The painting is his true home, and he was born from it
Dream Land: The world Kris is from, with various names, depending on who you speak to.
Magical Eye: Kris has multiple ways of seeing the world around him, which is his gift from Guertena, at the cost of making him paranoid. (Missing tropes for long range, heat, and seeing magic, help me if you can.)
Aura Vision: One of Kris's sights, and also the only one that works through walls for him.
Innate Night Vision: Another of Kris's sights, his eyes become much more sensitive to light, so that he can see in darkness easily.
Winged Humanoid: He has a pair of birdlike wings, for flying through the air.
A young girl, looking about 14 years old or so. She can be very friendly with people, but is quite capable of some dangerous things. She has some secrets of her own... Unpleasant ones.
Anti-Magic: Of a sort. Magic is more like a normal object for her, so she can interact with it in ways others can't. Larger spells carry more "weight" with them to her, but she can push spells around if she knows what she's doing. Failure results in something similar to being pelted with a rock, or for larger spells, a boulder. This is due to being from a world with no solid reality.
Cool Sword: Her sword is a sword covered in a ripple design, which, just like her, is able to interact with magic.
Beware the Nice Ones: She might be nice, but if you threaten her, she won't hesitate when retaliating.
Kristofer Raglan (Krissy)
A Mienshao gijinka who was originally a human illusionist. His abilities to control illusions havenít faded away by changing, and he takes advantage of that to play pranks on others when he feels like doing so.
The Prankster: If something seems weird enough, or if he comes up with something unique, heíll use his illusions to mess with people.
Knife Nut: He has 26 pairs of knives, for no reason other than that each pair is unique.
Alice Liddell (Alice)
A former lunatic who used to be locked away in the Rutledge Asylum, she has since been released into the public to further help her recovery. With her Wonderland shattered, she has nothing to truly fall back on if things go wrong.
Anti Heroine: If she does something, it's more for herself than for someone else. Generally, it'll be for her amusement, or so she doesn't lose her skills.
Girl with Psycho Weapon: Her preferred weapon is her knife, the Vorpal Blade. With a keen edge, she'll be more than happy to hack her enemies apart with it.
Drop the Hammer: For when her enemies are bigger than her, she'll pull out the Hobby Horse, and try to crush them.
Gatling Good: Her lighter ranged weapon is a giant pepper grinder that shoots bullets as she turns the handle.
Grenade Launcher: The Teapot Cannon functions as one, with scalding hot tea bombs.
Dark Is Not Evil: Demented, yes. Unstable, yes. Raving mad to the point of attacking random people, no.
Slasher Smile: When she gets violent, she can get a bit too excited with a fight.
Medicine Melancholy (Medicine)
A poisonous doll from Gensokyo, who achieved sentience. She lacks emotions, due to being so young, and is capable of manipulating poison around her.
Poisonous Person: It's her special ability to manipulate poison that she can see. She's also completely covered in poison.
Living Toy: She was an ordinary toy, until her 100th birthday.
Nonindicative Name: Despite her name, she typically won't be practicing anything related to healing.
Master Poisoner: Her free time when alone is to come up with more poisons to work with, to handle a wider variety of threats.
A whimsical violinist who has skills in hacking. He tends to be lazy, and only does something if he'll either enjoy it, or if it's competitive in some way.
Playful Hacker: If he tries to get into a network or system, he generally only wants to see what's there, and won't actually mess with anything.
The Cracker: If, however, there's something that needs to be done, he can slip into this if he thinks it's the right thing to do.
Fragile Speedster: His duel avatar, Amber Performer, has low defensive and offensive stats, forcing him to rely on skill and trickery.
A man who helped some fairies in the past, and in return, was given a unique gift. He's curious about things, and generally tries to look for clever ways to win.
Functional Magic: Transmutation magic. He'll generally use it to get some general control over his whip, or to change the ground around him.
A man from the land of Drangleic, who is an experienced swordsman. He's a very nice man overall, but won't hesitate to kill if that's what it comes down to.
Bare-Fisted Monk: He has a ring that makes his fists capable of rivaling his weapons. Useful when striking is better than cutting.
Beware the Nice Ones: He generally will not fight unless you try to provoke him, sometimes repeatedly.
Action Survivor: Necessary in the world of Drangleic, since everything tries to kill you.
Immortality: Partially ageless, and partially a purpose driven immortality, due to the Undead Curse that he's stuck with. He currently lacks an immediate goal, however, only looking for a way to truly break his curse.
Determinator: No matter what happens to him, he refuses to give up.
Hive Mind: Many drones controlled from one central core.
Your Mind Makes It Real: One of the major problems she faces, even though she is a digital entity, damage to her physical bodies disrupts her, and causes her pain, destruction of one she is directly controlling can even cause death.
Imuka Yukimarimo is an gynoid dragoness, from the same model line as Luna.
Reality Warper: To a limited extent, her technology works like Orc Tech, if she believes the red car will go faster the red car will go faster. This does not however give her the ability to make a stick work like a gun just because she thinks it is one.
Yuzuki is a gynoid spy that was produced as a prototype by the Terran alliance, her model never went into full production due to the exuberant cost of a sentient AI capable of inhabiting a mobile platform. She was eventually pawned off to the 31st experimental division where she earned her freedom, and was allowed to retire to become a ship-write, even after all of this she has only recently become a recognized citizen, and STILL lacks human rights, remaining bound by her modified Asimovian programming.
Introduced on Terra, leader of the 31st Experimental Division and is in charge of the TDN Terra's Blessing and later, the TDN Trinity. Eve is a high ranking military officer in the Terran Navy, she was sent along with the group out of Terra's curiosity of the worlds beyond there universe. From the 32nd century she is amazed at how low tech most of the "Multiverse".
Action Mom: To Mina Longram. When Professor Genki tried to attack Mina, her drone bodies kept attacking Genki even though her drones kept getting wrecked in the process. In other words, she kept attacking because she wanted Mina to live.
Mama Bear: Endangering, harming, or causing great distress to Mina will result in a parental wrath by the commander herself. God help you if she and Longram goes after the offenders. This also applies to her and her squadmates.
Mayfly-December Romance: Eve's virtually immortal (but she can die from external sources such as severe injury) but her lover, Adam Longram, has roughly 600 years to live.
However, when Longram get military grade cybernetics, he can now live forever. Since Eve's 102 and Longram's 47, this is just a May-December Romance, by their standards. However, Sunova retconned Eve's age to 52.
Mid-Season Upgrade : Her AI can be swaped into a variety of hulls, most of which are for specific situations the group is in, or there budget. Currently, her body is a carrier.
What a Piece of Junk: Her previous carrier body is prone to breakdowns but it's performance puts other capital ships to shame.
"For the Empire nya."
Sunny used to be a sunburst drone for the Empire of the Rising Sun. After getting a free wish from a contest though, she wished for a more human body, because of this she took the form of the holographic avatar she used to interact which at the time was of Gaian!Asagi.
Magical Camera: When Joseph Joestar smashes a camera with Hermit Purple, he can capture an image from anywhere he can envision.
Obfuscating Stupidity: Often clowns around in order to catch his enemies off-guard or make them underestimate him.
Stage Magician: He uses simple magic tricks to distract his opponents.
Surveillance as the Plot Demands: He can summon pictures of where a person is by destroying a camera, and can read the future by adjusting a television set (it manifests as people on random TV channels saying words that link into a proper sentence).
Josuke Higashikata (Stand: Crazy Diamond)
The illegitimate son of Joseph Joestar. Josuke is known for his unique hairstyle and fierce temper regarding said hair. He joined the group when a space cruise ship arrived at EDN-IV.
Blood Knight: Shows some traits of this. He once showed up with a random bruise and some scratches, and explained that he'd gotten in an accidental barfight with a superhero. Not only is it implied that he won in a Curb-Stomp Battle, but his comment on the experience?
Zeke: That was fun.
Character Tics: Tends to tip his hat as greeting to friends. When introducing himself, he adds in a bow.
Failure Is the Only Option: For now. According to Word of God, Zeke isn't going to find Mister Scratch's Alehouse for a little while, at least. Not that it'll stop him from trying, of course.
Fish out of Water: In his first several appearances, due to being from a fantasy world that relied mostly on limited Magitek. He does this less nowadays, though, if only because his creator is sick of having to invoke this trope every time an unfamiliar technology or term arises.
Hand Wave: At one point, he mentions how he's been reading, so it's likely he's caught himself up on a lot of what the group talks about.
Flat "What.": Often his reaction toward the group's sillier antics.
Future Badass: According to Word of God, Zeke is someone who "could one day be the best swordsman alive, but still has a long way to go."
Heroes Prefer Swords: Not just his philosophy, but the entire Feccian philosophy as a whole. Technically, though, they believe that Heroes Prefer Blades, as several Bladesmen go out with weapons like wind and fire wheels, gaundao, battle axes, etc.
Humble Goal: All he wants to do is make it to twelve pubs scattered about the land. Is that so wrong?
Lightning Bruiser: He's as strong as any other Bladesman (read: surprisingly strong), but what makes him truly powerful is his speed. In his first fight seen in the RP, he managed to sever at least two of Anne's limbs before she saw him coming, and before most of the others in the group could even land a strike. A few of the others lampshaded this.
Super Serum: Downplayed. As part of his training to be a Feccian Bladesman, he was given alchemical infusions that increased his strength and durability (and, by proxy, a certain degree of his other physical attributes) to preternatural levels. Both were already heightened by the training itself, however, with his infusions simply raising the bar further.
Training from Hell: Every Feccian Bladesman's training was this to some degree; for Zeke, it was this Up to Eleven. Justified, for if he was going to have any chance of going toe-to-toe with another Feccian Bladesman, he'd need all the advantages he could get.
Wooden Katanas Are Even Better: Played With. He's clearly not happy with his weapon of choice, but tradition didn't allow him another option. He's trained well enough with them that they're basically this trope, though.
It also helps that they're unbreakable, although that's not a unique trait; through means kept secret, every Feccian Bladesman's weapon is rendered indestructible.
"I was bored, so I bought General Motors."Skilled sorceress, former hitwoman for The Mafia and also Max' wife. She, like her husband, was sucked into a dimensional rift after defeating Baal. Sadly, she and Max were separated by that for a few months, but they finally reunited during the Gondor Calls for Aid moment during the fight with Apos. Since then, she and Max decided to stay with the Avatars.During their 10 days of vacation,s he and her husband participated in and passed the auditions to become greek gods.
The Mafia: She's the Don's niece. Because she wanted to work in the family business, she decided to pick up a job as a professional assassin.
Grinning General/"Chuck" Weiss
"A shovel? What about the one you are currently holding?"GG, for short, is a Reality Warper from Bremen, Germany. Even though he has a slightly... loose grasp of reality sometimes, he managed to become a founding member of The Club and stayed with them since. Except for a short period in which he participated in auditions to become a greek god. He passed. And then his title was revoked, his memory whiped and he met the regular group.
Emotionless Girl: She only allows her emotions to get the better of her whenever she encounters something she enthusiastically likes. The rest of the time, she only punishes people who break the rules.
An Oni from Gensokyo. As a Deva of the Mountain, Suika is one of the strongest and drunkest you can find! She's been hanging around with the Avatar-group for ages, drinking sake with a lot of different interesting persons and fighting a couple of them. Suika has the power to control density and can shrink, grow, change her weight, multiply and create white and black holes, coupled with the great natural strength of the Oni. Three accessories hang in chains from her arms and hair, and they are incorporated in her fighting-technique. Also, in the long history of WAOA, she has never been seen sober.
A fellow Oni and Deva of the Mountain, Yuugi comes from the Hell of Blazing Fires in Gensokyo. Appears now and then when there's fighting or drinking going on and is a close friend of both Suika and Parsee. Yuugi has the power to control supernatural phenomena, which she uses for various strange things. She too is crazily strong, and has been known to crush mountains with her fists. She is usually the drinking and boisterous type, but she's known to be quite cunning and seductive when she wants to. She might have her own agenda...
The Reaper of Gensokyo. Komachi has bumped into the Avatars, her Others and herself on Time Travel while trying to slack off from her duties. Has the power to manipulate distance along with her Reaper-powers. When activating her Reaper-side, her voice changes and another personality seems to take over. She once had a major fight with Elly, which ended in a tie. She often appears to do Ozbourne's immortality-check, as Ozbourne's Reaper usually is busy.
The Youkai of Gensokyo's Boundary. Yukari has appeared at various times and in various incarnation to assist or employ the Avatars. After the Father-arc, she became something of their patron goddess. She assists them with fulfilling their wishes and travel between worlds, and in return she asks of them to help her with her own goals. Yukari is as good as omnipotent, with her power to shift any boundaries, but she prefers to have others fight for her. She has officially blocked the Avatars' entry to Gensokyo due to the great dangers they seem to attract wherever they go.
Yukari Yakumo (Other)
The Yukari Yakumo of a different world. This Yukari (often called Other!Yukari or the evil Yukari) has been paying close attention to the Avatars, using them to develop her own power. She appeared somewhere during the Tepes-arc as an ally of Tepes, but did not reveal her identity to the group before the Cupid-arc. She is cunning and powerful, but she has never lied. Is a bit younger, carefree and experimental than her Other.She appeared before the Avatars in the past, trying to make them agree to different deals. She betrayed Tepes and left him to his doom. After Matt's death, she arranged it so that she could have his body. She showed great interest for Deidre, and did her best trying to make the Avatars kill Deidre so that she could harvest the Omnisource from the body. However, Xenos destroyed the body and regained the Omnisource before Yukari could take it. In return, she vowed to kill Xenos, Yuri and Zawman and take the Omnisource from them instead.A long time went without the Avatars hearing anything from her. But suddenly, Xenos received a letter where he was told that an old friend of his was under her care, and he was invited to visit him. This friend turned out to be the body of Matt. Yukari had taken the Retconinator from Deidre and fused it with the body with the help of a cyborg-body made by the scientists of Dee's homeworld. Now, the Retconinator was under Yukari's control and hunting down the Omnisource.In the Final Battle, the Retconinator was destroyed, and Yukari revealed that she wanted the Omnisource so that she could create her own world; she had come into being in the reaches of Oblivion without any place to call home. After her defeat, the Yukari the Avatars knew appeared and asked them to spare her. She took her Other under her wing, and they found her a new world.
A small clan-less vampire from Makai, Elis first met the group on Hawaii. She met Flandre and was at first deadly afraid of getting killed by this feared vampire, but was accepted by Flandre as a member of the Outcasts. Afterwards, she followed Flandre around or visited her friends minus and Maria. Flandre's death shook her hard and she seems not to be her former cheerful self. When Flandre was resurrected after the first Ozbourne-arc, Elis was overjoyed, and followed Flandre when she started walking the Omniverse.Cheerful and childish, Elis is a sweet girl who tries her best to keep up with the older Outcasts. She's very good with illusion-magic and has been learning Dark Magic, but she's nowhere near her elder brothers and sisters.
The sister of Flandre Scarlet of the Outcasts. Lost her mind after almost being killed by her sister's rampage ( she got better). Built the Shin Scarlet Mansion to help vampire children with special needs after Flandre died and is a highly respected member of the Outcasts.When the Outcasts became the largest Vampire Clan in the Omniverse, she was elected their queen. First, she refused, planning for the position to go to Alucard, but when he refused, she accepted the position. She was the one to lead the wedding ceremony of Alucard and Maria in their Castlevania.
A Nue from Gensokyo, who loves to prank people with her shapeshifting powers. She appears at random points, usually to mess with the Avatars. She is in love with the Author AvatarHilarity Ensues, but as she is a Nue, she courts him with pranks and tricks, which is not always received very well. The last time she appeared, she made him think he had been fed cyanide-laced ice cream, when she had just spiked it with almonds. Hilarity, a God and thus a being of Belief, really thought had been fed cyanide, and thus collapsed. He woke up once Nue revealed that it was just almonds, but because of what had happened, they were very angry with Nue. Nue left, laughing all the way.
A cursed traveller from a strange Gensokyo. Many hundred years ago, Kotohime was cursed to travel through the Multiverse, never spending more than one day and one night in one place or one week in one world. She met the Avatars at several points in their adventures, but she could never stay for long due to her curse.She became a very close friend of Catherine, and fell in love with her. As often as possible, Kotohime would visit Catherine, but every morning Kotohime would be gone. Once, Kotohime met an Other of Catherine, who had lost her memory. Kotohime thought she was the Catherine she knew, and they travelled together for a while. However, when they met the Catherine Kotohime first had loved, Catherine thought Kotohime had left her. When Kotohime realized the truth, she broke up with Other!Catherine, but couldn't make herself meet Catherine again. She left for her travels again, having found the last place she had to go before she could break the curse and become mortal again.Catherine followed her to the top of an icy mountain, overcoming various difficulties on the way. When she finally reached Kotohime, she was just in time to see Kotohime's curse being lifted, and they got back together. After that, the two have been near inseparable.
Was a maid/nurse at the Shin Scarlet Mansion. She became Queen Remilia's personal secretary after Remilia became the Queen of the Outcasts. Not much more is known about her.
A young vampire staying at the Shin Scarlet Mansion. Her entire family were killed by human vampire hunters, traumatizing her. Briefly met Irene and Eris when they snuck into the Shin Scarlet Mansion and had a mental breakdown.
A young girl from Soletre, City of the Sun, Elanor was born into the greatest of the Solar Families. She is the grand-daughter of the current High Priest of the Temple of The Sun and is a potential candidate for the role as Priestess when she becomes older. She has inherited the Power of The Sun Goddess and she has the potential to become the strongest High Priestess in history. Akane is her personal servant and closest friend. Elanor has learned to respect and cherish all living beings and she doesn't understand why that shouldn't extend to magicians.One day, when planning to have a picnic, they stumbled across the world the Avatars were visiting. There they met minus and Elanor asked her to help them with fighting the prejudice against magicians. minus unlocked Elanor's powers and gave her full control of them. Elanor was ecstatic and promised that she would absolve slavery as soon as she became High Priestess. Elanor used these powers to look into their pasts, and discovered that they were in fact reincarnations of the Flandre Scarlet who had formed the Outcasts and the Utsuho Reiuji who'd killed her. This revelation stunned both of them, especially Elanor, who was forced to come to terms with the fact that as Utsuho, she'd slaughtered countless people under the influence of the Scarlet curse and even killed Flandre Scarlet, who'd been reborn as her faithful servant and friend Akane. For a long time, Elanor shut herself up in her room, until Akane convinced her to return to see Minus once again, who helped her convince Elanor not to worry about repeating her past mistakes. The two now again plan to make Elanor High Priestess of the Sun and to free Akane's fellow magicians from slavery and restore the people's trust in magic.
The Writer/ Lemurian
The Writer came into the story by making strange word-assassins try to kill some of the Avatars. He tried various ways of killing them and even tried to make Yukari revert some of the wishes she'd granted for them. He contracted The Eastern Company to kill them. However, it turned out that the Writer was suffering from some type of multiple personality and he gave the Avatars a book that they could use to kill him. By using the Tectrixalibur on it, he would die.However, even when the Tectrixalibur was destroyed, there was a way to stop him. Led by the Author Avatar Lemurian, the Avatars plunged into The Writer's mind through the book to defeat him. They made a deal with Yukari so that she would take care of the Writer, if they could stop his Thoughts. By defeating his Rant, his Sadness and his Hate, they found his true form...the Author Lemurian. He thanked them for calming him by defeating the Thoughts and they forgave him the things he had done under the influence of the rampant thoughts.
The Writer has always had a special connection to Gensokyo. So, when the Incarnate Avatars opened the Pandora's Box in Gensokyo, the dark energies corrupted also his mind. His thoughts were warped into madness, and he succumbed to his obsession of a "perfect story" and used his powers more and more.He never tried to stop the Avatars, as he regarded the wasteland Multiverse as necessary and he was planning to write several new worlds for new stories once the calamities had passed. However, when the Avatars sought passage into Gensokyo to kill Incarnate Yukari, he stood in their way. When they called upon him in his mansion between worlds, he challenged them. He wanted to kill them, so that he could write more perfect protagonists.In the battle against him and his assistants, the Incarnate Writer drew upon powers from beyond the Fourth Wall, making it one of the more frustrating battles. After the Avatars had killed five of his assistants in different arenas, he surrendered, and let them kill him.His assistants were brought back by Arceus, Dialga and Palkia, but they retain no memories of their time in his service.
The Retconinator, formerly a piece of Deidre, formerly a weapon of the XYZ. After Other!Yukari got hold of it, she placed it in Matt's body. It had the power to retcon any attack, making it essentially indestructible. The only way to stop it was to warp it away, something only Yukari had the power to accomplish. Carried a black sword as well as different firearms. It was defeated by Matt's ghost performing a Heroic Sacrifice.
A Welldrawer of the Well of Worlds (The Omnisource). Channels the Stream of Understanding (Power). Together with Verity and Waleria, he met the group while they were participating in the tournament in the Dragon Ball-world. He admonished Yuri for using too much power in her fighting, and after the tournament was done, he became her teacher. He has continued to reject Yuri's romantic advances, but he cares greatly for her.
Verity of Memories
A Welldrawer of the Well of Worlds. Channels the Stream of Memories (Knowledge). Appeared for the first time together with Urien and Waleria in the Dragon Ball-world.
Waleria the Willful
A Welldrawer of the Well of Worlds. Channels the Stream of Willpower (Omnisource of Courage). When she first appeared, she duelled Zawman because she felt he was too cowardly to be a Courage-user. However, after losing to Zawman, she got more interested in him. After Zawman lost in the tournament against Yuugi, Waleria took him out drinking. One thing lead to another, and they spent the night together. After the tournament, Waleria went with Zawman to Korin's Tower to train together with him, but she left partway through, because she had been feeling strange. Before she left, she asked Zawman if he would marry her if she was pregnant. He said yes.After checking with Verity, it was confirmed that she was pregnant. She went back to tell Zawman, who by then was training in Heaven with Popo, and he took it in stride. However, Waleria felt that he did not want the child and left him. Zawman followed after her, and told her he wanted to help, like he had promised. But Waleria asked him if he loved him, and to tell the truth.He answered no. Waleria told him to leave.After a couple of months alone, Zawman got a letter from Waleria, saying that she wanted to talk to him. Zawman came to the place she specified, where Waleria told him that she was pregnant with triplets, and was afraid. She would not marry him, while he did not love her, but she was very glad to have his help.Waleria's birth was uncomplicated, and their three children were named Alexander, Blaine and Celeste.
A strange ethereal being that channels all three aspects of the Omnisource to create new worlds. While wandering the fabric between worlds, he (or she) began to ponder upon the nature of the Multiverse, and has since then concentrated on finding the true nature of the Multiverse.
Archdemon of Hell, Keeper of the Seal of Earth, and loyal servant of the late Ashborn Lord, the god. Ba'al was introduced to the group during The Second Ozbourne Arc, when she had been framed for the crime of attacking innocent villages. When he first saw Ozbourne, he at once fell head over heals in love with her. Ba'al was also trying to find the perpetrator, but refused to believe that Ozbourne was the one. Instead, he began investigating the source of the bounty.However, he was caught imprisoned and tortured by the person responsible, the Archangel Abaddon. His butler managed to find Ozbourne and her friends, and they defeated Abaddon and saved Ba'al. Ba'al was very grateful, and swore eternal service to Ozbourne, who he also believed to be the Ashborn One reborn.In the time afterwards, Ba'al would call upon Ozbourne again and again, lavishing her with flowers and hand-crafted presents made with his Earth powers. His feelings were not returned, but that did not stop him. When Ozbourne was convinced by Lilith to reject him once and for all, he was devestated. Lilith picked him up on the rebound, starting The Third Ozbourne Arc.When Ba'al and Lilith had been married, and he had made their palace to live in, she bound him in his sleep and sealed him away in a statue for an Elder Dragon God. The statue sapped his powers, working as a sacrifice to the Dragon God. Luckily, the other Keepers had contacted Ozbourne and her friends, and they saved him and defeated Lilith's new draconic form. After the battle, Ba'al and the other Keepers made Ozbourne the Keeper of the Seal of Air, as Lilith's replacement.
Rei the Dusclops
A girl who died under mysterious circumstances, and who thus became an amnesic ghost. With Raidou's help, she remembered that she had been murdered while in hospital, and that the killer was none other than the vice-captain of the Cheerleading Club she had been part of.At a party, the vice-captain's boyfriend had drugged and kidnapped Rei, because of her beautiful looks. However, his car had crashed, and he died in that crash. Rei, who had been bound in the back, survived with some broken bones. That was why she was in hospital. The vice-captain held Rei responsible for the boyfriend's death, and strangled Rei while she was confined to her bed.After regaining her memories, Rei opted for not moving on to the afterlife just yet, choosing instead to act as a Spirit Helper for people like Raidou. She found the Spirit Seeker, and joined him on his travels.
Sally the Salamence
A Salamence-gijinka that the group have run into at several times. First, they encountered her in the middle of a city, where she was hunting humans for food. Yanmie and the group tried telling her about how she should not eat humans, but Sally protested and said that she needed meat to survive. Yanmie suggested going for pigs and cattle instead, which confused Sally. Why was pigs and cattle okay, but humans off-limits? For her, there were no differences except how they were hunted. She flew off before they could try to fight her.The next time Sally appeared was in the Incarnate timeline. Sally, being a long-lived Salamence, had hardly aged, but did not recognize the group at first. She could tell that she knew Tengen from before, but it had been a long time ago. Sally did not try to eat anyone in the group, seeing as they had saved her life from freezing to death in the storm raging outside.While on the group's airship, Sally met Deviot, who again tried to talk her out of eating humans. She raised the question of how they could know that fish and cattle could not think or speak, and could not understand why humans were so different from other animals. Finally, Deviot gave her his powersource in the form of a ring. This ring would give Sally all necessary nourishment without her having to kill anyone or anything. Deviot then collapsed, and Sally could not understand why he would sacrifice his powersource for someone like her.The last time the group met Sally was back in the normal timeline. Sally still had the ring, which hinted to that she had been brought back from the Incarnate timeline by Dialga and Palkia. Now, Sally was on the lookout for more rings like the one she had, because she had finally understood that it was wrong to eat humans. However, she extended that to include all life, because there was no sure way to know if something was sentient or not. She knew some likeminded Gijinka that shared the same view, and tried to find more rings so that they also would be exempt from eating living things. Max volunteered, and made thousands of them for her, seeing as she was part dragon. Sally left, now also with another ring that she and Raven had bought the day before. It was very cheap, and the stone is just coloured glass, yet she treasures it dearly.
Tyra the Typloshion
Ty's older sister, and something of an adventurer. A cheerful and energetic woman, with a great...fondness for men. Is famous within the family for being in a sexual relationship with Charlie the Charizard while the two families were in the middle of a feud. She has been forgiven since then, but she still spends a lot of time travelling the various worlds.
The mother of Chuck Weiss, the Grinning General. A successful businesswoman, who also has her hands full at home with GG's father. She is a very patient and open-minded woman.
Yanmie the Yanmega
"Hiya! I'm Yanmie the Yanmega! Nice to eat you! I mean meet!"
Yanmie is what you'd get if you had a Yanmega as a human. With her Speed Boost she tends to move fast and speak fast, but she is clumbsier with her tongue than she is with her feet. Has been travelling the Whateververse for a few years before meeting the group, having left home because of a "minor dissagreement" with her family.Having gotten used to the stuff the group deals with on a daily basis, she has lost most of her silliness and is a bit more serious than she first was when she showed up. She passed a tryout for the Greek Panthenon and became Hermes.
Yaoi Fangirl: Once got a nose bleed at the mental image of Enker and Ty kissing. Also went after Leeron's private stash of slash fiction.
"Hee hee~ You are so silly Pit!"
Rota was living as much of a normal life as a ghost could, until an angel with amnesia was found unconcious on her floor whom she named Sereph. She ended up in the digital world where Sereph got his memories back and found out his name is Pit. Now she is traveling the multiverse trying to see if she can remember her life.She has gotten her memories back learning how she died and her real name is Kia. She has gotten a magic notebook, a robotic body, and a magical item that lets her change what type of things she can possess.
A green haired adventurer from Dokapon Kingdom. First showed up as a Robo Knight lost in the Gaol in the land of One Piece and made friends with Punk, Ballade, Protoman and Roll, then got her humanity back. Tends to be greedy and always on the look out for loot, but has been focusing on her cooking. Being able to ome back from the dead, along with the ability to copy people stats has made her a vary powerful warrior. Though unless you mess with her, her friends, or her loot, you won't have to fight her.
House Wife: Erik's goal in life. Which is completely different than what she is doing now as a warrior and an adventurer.
Quizzical Tilt: This is pretty much what she does whenever she asks for loot. Which is often.
Robot Girl: She was this when she first came to the group. She was then given the ability to change from this to her original human form.
"Uue? Tepig is confused!"
Best friends with Oshawott and Snivy, she was turned to a human Pokemon hybrid by Professor Juniper. She didn't notice at first and went to where the Professor said her friends were without realizing that she wasn't a little piglet anymore. Is with the Avatars with her friends whom have been traveling with them longer than her. Tends to not be that bright and is pretty childish.
The Ditz: Took her a while to even notice she was human.
Verbal Tic: She makes a "Uue" sound similar to the sound of pigs.
"Ahaha, I am the most beautiful girl here!"
"B-But Apala-nii-chan and I were just joking around!"
First showed up as a Snorunt Cathrine saved from a burning building, she showed up again and joined the group as a Froslass. After failing to get a "Victim" and befriending Apala, who she named, she gave up on that and became a bit lost as to what to do with her life. During the Incarnates Arc she was horrified at what her Incarnate had done and asked to be turned into a Snorunt so she wouldn't have to worry about ever doing that. She then settled down to be Apala's little sister.
White Mask of Doom: Her skull mask that she puts on her face if she wants to fight. Otherwise it is on the side of her head.
Youkai: Froslass is a Pokemon version of a Yuki-Onna and Yuki tends to act similar to one. Or have a similar goal.
"Wuah~ Can I eat it?"
Full name is Matter Power Android Model 758-WTM "Kelly", she first appeared in the second And Now for Someone Completely Different Arc in Amise City. She is pretty naive but is nice and good person who likes almost everyone.
Big Eater: She needs to eat more than twice the amount a human needs to eat to keep powered.
An Enclave Commander stationed at Post-War Chicago who was born and raised in Vault 60. He used to be loyal to the Enclave until he discovers their true intentions, resulting in deserting them. He joined the the group when Mitch and Nova's drones rescued him from the Midestern Brotherhood of Steel.
Berserk Button: Hates genocide and anyone who inflicts misery on the innocent. Reckless Gun Usage is another as he demonstrates this by confiscating Pinkie Pie's plasma gun during an incident in battle.
Cyborg: Has his heart and spine replaced with mechanical ones.
Nose Art: He and his unit wore their advanced power armor with red left shoulders, symbolizing their bloodshed in battle. In his case, he has 2 extra eyes painted on for intimidation.
Proud Warrior Race Guy: He hails from a Vault 60 with a strictly militaristic culture where everyone must be taught in ways of a warrior. Unlike the rest of the vault dwellers there, he's the least blood-thirsty.
Revolvers Are Just Better: Loves those wheelguns and he has a hobby dedicated to collecting them. He even carried one on his person most of the time.
Rollerblade Good: The gliding coils on his power armor allows him to dash in any direction at a short distance, allowing him to perform quick dodges and omnidirectional ground based maneuvers.
Longram's close subordinate and resident demolitions expert. Saru is considered the oddball of the 1st Hellfire Battalion, an eccentric blonde who doesn't think straight sometimes and has a massive obsession with bombs.
Mildly Military: Saru is considered unfitting for a soldier due to considering standard military protocol as a suggestion/guidelines rather than rules to follow and is often behaves like a teenager. However, when she's on a mission, she puts aside those whimsical behaviors to do her duty efficiently.
Nose Art: As with all 1st Hellfire Battalion Soldiers, she has the right red shoulder on her armor but what's distinct from the rest is her armor is a chimera of various power armor parts and painted hazard stripes, her personal warning to others she's using explosives.
Rollerbade Good: Like most of the Hellfire Brigade, she uses gliding coils to skate across the battlefield.
From a young age, Zelgadis was apprenticed to his great-grandfather Rezo. Zel asked Rezo for power, in order to seek out the Philosopher's Stone, and Rezo transformed him into a 1/3-golem, 1/3-brau demon chimera. Zel performed a Heel-Face Turn and has been trying to restore his human body ever since. He is retired.
An Author Avatar. Ozbourne was a regular player for a while before the thread was moved. She is a bored, 598-year-old immortal. Through the course of traveling through various dimensions and realities, she unlocked her latent PSI abilities and gained some form of reality warping that she has yet to figure out how to control. Left the group for a while, but made a reappearance (then unnoticed) before the Evil!Tails fight. She had somehow accidentally petrified herself, but was restored somewhat later by minus. This experience hasn't seemed to effect her much, but not much does.She has since resumed following the group on their adventures, coming out of her shell a bit more and showing her warmer side instead of cold stoicism. She is especially fond of and good with children, and has started taking care of Wrath and Mika as if they were her own.As a result of her long lifespan, she tends to change her name every few decades, and has in-game changed it to "Gina".
A-Cup Angst (actually shows some sensitivity about this now and then, too)
And I Must Scream (Subverted in that she was perfectly all right with remaining conscious during at least one of the times she was petrified, but played straighter during her nightmare in the Fear Arc.)
Taken for Granite (Sometime before her re-entry into the game. She got better. Happened again during a fight in the first level of Hell, then yet again when she met Medusa, and several more times later. And she enjoyed it.)
Team Chef (shared with Schnitzel at first, later shared with Wren)
Cynthia is the Champion of the Pokemon League. She had originally appeared before the shift to a more organized roleplay in the thread, and returned a few times after the thread move. Despite not knowing either, she brought a gift to the wedding of Xenos and 3Dee; a Togepi egg. She returned again during the Pokemon arc (naturally) and is working with the group to help the legendary Pokemon.
Heroic BSOD (when Arceus was caught by 3Dee throwing a Master Ball at it)
Amber showed up during the Pokemon arc, having appeared from a random portal. At first, she seemed to be a kind and friendly young woman who simply sought to regain control of her magic powers. However, once she got her abilities back, she revealed her true colours. She turned on those who thought her a friend, perceiving innocent comments and accidents as insults and getting her revenge by petrifying several members of the group. Joat petrified Amber, and she was later smashed to rubble. However, Helmut brought her back, and she worked for him for a while, but was re-petrified and smashed again during the battle. Whether or not she is gone for good this time remains to be seen.
An easily amused, artistic computer geek from "some boring small town", Chrissy appeared via a portal she created herself while the group was in a hotel in the Marvel Universe. She's quite friendly to everyone, but tends to spend any time she can either creating pictures in her laptop's graphics program or sketching. She tends to laugh a lot; either as some sort of nervous tic or due to finding most things rather funny. She didn't have any weapons so didn't take part in battles, until Hilarity gave her a sword when the group was fighting some random Mind Flayers. How effective she'll be in combat remains to be seen. She used to talk to her friend Terri online, until Terri showed up and joined the group.
Cheshire Cat Grin (generally when she's chatting with Terri about some random thing Terri "will never believe")
Chrissy's best friend from back home, she joined the group after Chrissy talked her through adjusting the same portal Chrissy had used herself. She was rather taken aback to discover that the things Chrissy had told her were all true (and by Hilarity shifting into her duplicate to greet her). She seems to be adjusting though. Has a fondness for playing The Sims and similar games, and shows a talent at dueling.
Face Palm (Usually to Chrissy, but she tends to do it a lot in general)
Improbable Weapon User (Before she bought some magical knives, she had a tendency to poke or whack things with sticks. She's also used a towel.)
Spock Speak (Tends towards this sometimes, especially during serious conversations.)
An Other of Ozbourne. She had been petrified by Amber at some point about a year before her introduction and sold to a museum. When her statue was stolen (and Ozbourne had coincidentally been petrified and taken away by the police that were investigating this incident), she was switched with Ozzy, with Ozzy being sent back to the museum in her place. Casey tried to convince the group that she was Ozzy, afraid that if they learned the truth she'd end up as a statue again, but has let the group get to know her real self once discovering this would not be the case.
And I Must Scream (Being one of Amber's victims, she was conscious while petrified. She did not like this.)
Teenaged twins who showed up for the And Now for Someone Completely Different arc. Though it has not officially been revealed in the game, they were chosen by their world to be priestesses to the twin gods (which represent the twin suns of their homeworld). They are human, just from a different world than the other human characters in the game. Jade is more outgoing and impulsive, while Ruby is more reserved and cautious. Each has a unique ability; Jade can knock people unconscious for up to several hours by touching their foreheads (this does not harm them, and they wake up feeling like they've had a full night's sleep no matter how long they've been out), and Ruby has the ability to heal non-fatal injuries.
Wonder Twin Powers (Of sorts; Jade's ability can be used to sedate someone to make it easier for Ruby to heal them.)
A troll from the world of Homestuck.(Further details and tropes coming soon)
Also from the world of Homestuck.(Further details and tropes coming soon)
(Further details and tropes coming soon)
Showed up during the second And Now for Someone Completely Different arc.Nichole is a young woman who enjoys acting, and has a tendency to get really into the characters she plays. At one point she was transformed by Hilarity into Vriska Serket and developed a strange on-and-off obsession with wanting to be (or just look like) Vriska. (Fortunately, she does not share Vriska's tendency to do horrible things to her supposed "friends".) During her most recent transformation into Vriska, she acquired the ability to steal luck as well as at least some of Vriska's mind control abilities, although she really only makes use of the luck-stealing.
Becoming the Mask: Played with. She has attempted several times to convince people she's the actual Vriska for fun, and as a result has gained a lot of Vriska's habits such as the speech quirks and the obsession with levels. However, she's astonishingly terrified of becoming a "8luh8luhHuge 8itch" like Vriska, and is constantly asking people to keep her in check to prevent her from going off the deep end.
Showed up during the second And Now for Someone Completely Different arc.A friend of Nichole's from high school. Donna is a shy, quiet girl who speaks with a lisp and is very self-conscious about it. As such, she often tries to avoid words with "s" sounds and thus speaks rather awkwardly until she's comfortable around someone. Returned for the second The Bus Came Back arc with a bit more self-confidence.
A young, friendly woman with purple hair who enjoys baking. Her goal is to become a pastry chef and open her own bake shop, and she practiced by baking a variety of cakes, cookies, and pies for the group.
Another friend of Nichole's from high school. Jacky has a fondness for dogs. She also has the tendency to talk in her sleep and sleepwalk, having said and done a variety of odd things while sound asleep. At one point Hilarity turned her into Terezi Pyrope, complete with the mixed-up senses (blind, but with the ability to smell and taste colors). Much like the real Terezi, she preferred things this way, and kept Terezi's senses even after changing back to human. Also like the real Terezi, she thinks that red is the most delicious color.
A rather mysterious young woman with the ability to turn herself invisible. She did very little that was notable aside from her participation in the Rota's Memories arc.(Further details and tropes coming soon)
She was initially rather freaked out by the random weirdness surrounding the group, particularly the transformations (which she thought were OK as long as they didn't happen to her.) Was briefly transformed into Karkat Vantas. Returned during the second The Bus Came Back arc.
A friendly, nature-loving girl who has the ability to astrally project to other locations in her dreams. She has also shown the ability to possess others when in this state, although thus far she's only used it on a Prinny. As a result of her enjoyment of traveling around in her dreams, she has the tendency to sleep whenever she's bored or traumatized. Became a Celebi gijinka during an evening of random transformations.(Further details and tropes coming soon)
A polite young woman with a large vocabulary. She seemed surprised at first at how accepting and hospitable the group can be. In the tradition of the group members undergoing random transformations, she had been transformed into Rose Lalonde by Hilarity and had to deal with being a teenager again, as well as being contacted by some of the horrorterrors. She has since been changed back to her usual self.
A friendly, mostly upbeat young woman who wants to be a veterinarian. As tends to happen in the group, she underwent a transformation, turning into Feferi Peixes. During that time she had a tendency to prefer to be underwater, and shifted Out of Focus to go swimming offscreen. She has since returned to human, but with an amulet that will let her become Feferi again when she wants to.
A rather quirky young woman who seems to say and do things to get a reaction, such as originally introducing herself as "Angelina Jolie" and claiming to want to adopt an alien baby. Despite these eccentricities, she is friendly and harmless. She has a tendency to give people nicknames that only she understands; most of these are friends from home but she's started doing it with the group now and then. After seeing all the troll transformations she asked for one of her own, becoming Nepeta Leijon.(Further details and tropes coming soon)
An Other of Vriska Serket from a world that is a hybrid of Alternia and Johto. Her main Pokemon is an Ariados, and she has been shown to have a Galvantula as well. The rest of her team remains unseen so far. She has collected all of the badges from all of the regions (all of them), and is now working on collecting ribbons. While she is generally more friendly than her comic counterpart, she still has a fair bit in common with her Other.
Animal/Numerological Motif: The number 8, which is how many legs all arachnids have and how many eyes most spiders have. Also Scorpio is the 8th sign.
Extra Eyes: Or rather, extra pupils. Amusingly, this eye bears a closer resemblance to a fly's compound eye than to a spider's eyes; most spiders have eight eyes, but they aren't arranged in a cluster like this.
I have got to start paying attention to my surroundings more often...
Raidou Kuzonoha the XIVin all but name. He managed to find his way to the group while stumbling into a tear in space and time on the advice of Pokabu. His job as a Demon Summoner is to talk to, capture, or exterminate supernatural threats to the universe. So far, he doesn't do much other than talking with the others or attempting to avert the occasional apocalyptic nightmare with varying results.
Just your typical battle-crazy, alien-loving, happy-go-lucky kid. He joined the group to hang out with his friend Raidou more after Raidou temporarily left to join Hikaru for an off-screen Tournament Arc.
I have to get going. There's someone I have to kill...
Vivian (more commonly Vivi) is a four armed assassin who was originally hired by Inspector Gentile to murder Akazukin. She's referred to as an "artifact" by other worldly beings. The title "artifact" is given to certain people who were failed experiments in creating an artificial host for the being Mr. Wolf. Vivian's name and occupation are contradictions in that her name means "vibrant and full of life" while her job is to take life. She would represent the hunter in the original story. Eventually, she was hired as A bodyguard.
Artificial Human: Referred to as an "artifact". Not something she takes any sort of pride in.
It is, right? Itís my time to shine! Here comes Asagi!
The intended heroine of Nippon Ichi's next game following Makai Kingdom, Makai Wars, Asagi's game was dropped after Zetta defeated her, and was reduced to being a vagrant Bonus Boss, wandering from game to game in the attempt of plugging her own disowned game or trying to commit hostile takeovers to put herself in the main character spot.Then she wandered into this game by accident. After some massive misunderstandings, she operated for a very long time under the pretense that she is the main character of an extremely intricate and unusual Dating Sim...until she "won". Now she continues to travel the multiverse alongside her husband and wife Imca and Falken, trying to be the bumbling heroine she's always aspired to be.
Crazy Cultural Comparison: Notable because she comes from a series where there is No Fourth Wall...which translates to her coming from a home dimension where everybody has an intrisic understanding/belief theyíre part of a video game, and all the terminology/concepts that come with it.
The Woobie or the Butt Monkey: She has suffered massive hardship to get her own game. Whether or not said suffering is funny to you is all a matter of interpretation.
Wrong Genre Savvy: Views the world as a massive video game...when itís really a massive forum game. Tends to upgrade into Genre Savvy whenever any mechanics from video games worm their way into the situation.
Miyazaki Seine is a 300 year old girl with an immortal body who Tatsuya invites to live in his home; before that she lived in a cardboard box in a park. In the first episode, Seine looks like a masochist because she seems to like being bullied. Actually, she becomes close to people who are infected by "mushis", a kind of parasitic, mind-controlling bugs, in order to hunt them. Her hunting ways go against the kind and pacifist Tatsuya's beliefs. Her motive is to avenge her foster father Simon's death by killing the people of sea, the mermaids. She controls a black snake called Aion that lives inside her. Her weakness is her inability to swim.
Latias: So who wishes to fight me? (Fido kicks Latias in the face the instant his/her sentence is finished. Hard enough to send a normal man through the wall.) Fido: ...If Eve doesn't mind, I guess I'd like to. Latias: Always a Dark Types's Tactics. Fido: Hey, that's racist. Latias: Not when you literally used a Dark Type move. Fido: No, I didn't. It's called "strategy". This would be a "Dark" type move. (Fido tries to bite into Latias's wing. Hard. In other words, " Fido used Crunch!")
Francis is a 13 year old boy. Little is known about him except his dimension's walls are thinning and that he is documenting the dimensions for his "people". Was tortured by Flandre and then sent to a pocket dimension by Oryx to heal his wounds
Pinkie Pie is a party pony from Ponyville. She decided to follow Twilight and Applejack's example and go to other dimensions to bring cheer. This goal isn't simple, however, especially after Francis's near-death and banishment.
Derpy was another pony from Ponyville. This Pegasus is known for her cross-eyes, her clumsiness, and her love of muffins. She was originally brought in to help Francis's party, but is staying to help Pinkie to get over his near-death and banishment
Ascended Meme: Hard to believe Underwood only brought her in as a gag for an arc...
Retired Players & Bussed Characters
The first sheet covers Tropers whose names start with "A".
The second covers those whose names start with "B-D".
The third only covers those whose names start with "E".