The main character, Matt is a boy who died in an unfortunate accident at the age of 13. Due to his perfectly balanced soul, Matt's soul was split into two halves, light and shadow. The light half became a young angel who was recruited by Galaxina to be a guardian angel for her still-living sister, Cosmo. Using his special ability — the power of mimicry — Matt must protect Cosmo from all who would do her harm. Like the aforementioned shadow, for instance...
All Your Powers Combined: The power of mimicry allows Matt to temporarily assume the abilities and weaknesses of any character he can think of.
Berserk Button: Perverts. Post-timeskip he starts getting incredibly irate when someone gets too close with his younger children.
Took a Level in Badass: Matt is arguably the character who took the single greatest number of levels in badass after the time skip.
Weaksauce Weakness: He has several, including a tendency to fall asleep in cold weather, a sensitivity to head injuries, and a crippling fear of blood. Though he is capable of negating the first one by SETTING HIMSELF ON FIRE. He loses all of these weaknesses except the head injury sensitivity after the time skip.
Galaxina the Seedrian
Matt's "Sensei" and legal guardian. She has a hard time dealing with Matt's childish nature, but in the end gets him to listen to her. As she is deceased, like she was in Sonic X, she is unable to interact with the real world often, but she still looks out after her little sister from above.
Retcon: Originally, Galaxina had feelings for Matt. This was quickly retconned as Collin having cheated in a game of poker where she bet herself doing almost anything the winner wanted when she started running out of chips. Later, Galaxina cheats right back at Collin as revenge.
Stern Teacher: She doesn't have a whole lot of time to make Matt a guardian angel, so his comedic actions are met with disdain or sent right back at him.
The last living Seedrian, and the one Matt has been sent to protect. She's a sweet child who has been living on Mobius after the events of Sonic X. Though not as adventurous as Sonic and Tails, she's been roped into Dark Matt's plans to become a villain and manages to take the whole thing in stride.
Too Cool to Live: Averted; despite being much more awesome than Matt, Ben never dies. His total roleplay death count, however, is 1. He got fried to a crisp by Mysto's Perun Eagle.
A dragon from Relmia and Ben's love interest. She acts as a surrogate mother, giving birth for couples who cannot. This leaves her rather bloated in almost all of her appearances, but she is far from harmless.
Baby Factory: Played with. Half her character is about birth, but the other half is portrayed as much more normal than most of the other cast members.
A foreign exchange student from Japan. She and her siblings were forced to flee their home when Tora accidentally revealed them as werebeasts. Tori herself changes into a nekomata during the full moon.
Acrofatic: Post time-skip. Her overblown weight doesn't seem to keep her from moving and jumping around at all.
Artistic License - Animal Care: Averted. She is lactose intolerant even when she isn't a cat. However, it's played straight in that she can still eat chocolate.
Big Beautiful Woman: Downplayed and Exaggerated. Despite serious weight gain after the timeskip, Matt still finds her attractive. But some of the other cast members fear for her health. The exaggeration comes in the fact that post-timeskip Matt can barely lift her!
Cat Girl: Has elements of this when about to transform.
Involuntary Shapeshifter: Unlike her older siblings, Tori has no control over when she transforms, and very little control over what she does while transformed. At least before the time skip.
Meaningful Name: Like Tori, averted. Her name means "tiger", but she turns into an Oni.
Shipper on Deck: Supports Matt and Tori's relationship, which is another reason why Boar doesn't like her.
The Unfavorite: Between her and Tori, Boar definitely prefers Tori. This is partially because Boar is the breadwinner of the group and Tora has no excuse for relying on him. And drinking as much as she does. And constantly crashing his car. And shipping Tori with a deadbeat. Though Boar actually still cares about her. He just refuses to show it.
Voluntary Shapeshifter: Tora's degree of control over her transformations is between Boar's and Tori's. She's much more in control than Tori, but is implied to be at least somewhat dependent on her pendant for that control.
Wrestler in All of Us: Becomes a professional wrestler for a mixed fighting style organization after the timeskip.
Youkai: As a were-Oni, she typically drinks a lot and wields a kanabō when something pisses her off.
An incredibly mentally challenged jerk. He is perverse and a fan of outlandish violence and refuses to believe anything he doesn't like. Especially annoying to Matt because despite Collin's claim that they're friends, Matt hates him because his stupidity is what got him killed. Later, he realizes the problems his actions have caused and betters himself during his own adventure.
Abhorrent Admirer: He is this to all women he deems attractive. He also has one in "Chase's" demon counterpart, "Lucy".
Blessed with Suck: His aura is so chaste that it drives off cubi and makes anyone nearby lose their lustful drive. It also means every girl in the world refuses his advances, though that might actually be a good thing for everyone else.
The Chosen One: Turns out he was one of seven children destined to help stop some renegade demons from causing chaos all over the world. Who knew?
Took a Level in Badass: Gains the ability to pass through solids and walk on non-solids once "Chase" wakes up.
Weaksauce Weakness: EVERYTHING pre-timeskip. Post-timeskip changes this to just women, with a few exceptions, which the mere sight of causes him to panic.
A drider who lost her children, but one in particular stands out. After the rest were crushed, Entegra became overly protective of her last daughter, Devin. Unfortunately, Dark Matt kills Devin. This drives Entegra over the edge and causes her to go on a Roaring Rampage of Revenge to take Devin back.
Bizarre Alien Biology: Her breasts became larger after laying eggs, but they serve no purpose. Her skeleton apparently goes from endo to exo partway through her body. Has eight eyes, two of which are human-like. A human mouth with two spider feeler things, and can spit webbing out of it. Matt at one point decides that her spider abdomen contains all the silk she makes because it makes about as much sense as the rest of her.
Killed Off for Real: Dies before the start of the timeskip. It's implied that she died of old age.
Mama Bear: The only times she ever behaves nice is when Devin is with her and she knows Devin's safe. And nobody is doing anything to set her off.
Non-Mammal Mammaries: She has large breasts, but they don't seem to have a purpose. Though she does claim they ruin her figure.
She also claims that drider breasts only develop after giving birth... and also that driders can only produce one brood before becoming infertile. And also that the breasts are not used for feeding the young. This baffles Luigifan, who, being a biologist, is left to wonder why such a trait would evolve in the first place.
Ship Sinking: Devin is entirely uninterested in Luigifan18's Lucas. Pommyman had to retcon a conversation between Matthew Prower and Eric because Devin couldn't have married Lucas because she was either homeless at the time or the Head Maid, which speaks for itself.
Later notes have, however, noted that she does have interest in him as an adult. Maybe.
Spider People: Heavily masked by a curse, however. This doesn't stop people from knowing she's a spider, which was simply Hand Waved as her having a "Spidery aura".
A pair of puppet-like familiars owned by Devin. They are exceptionally loyal to her and all of their previous masters.
Engrish: Marian Lv2 either is speaking by way of nonsense, or in a most posh and eloquent manner. Justified in that she uses such odd speech patterns to make Devin laugh.
Evolving Weapon: They grow in power and change in appearance the stronger their summoner is. They have gone through three appearances, starting as jesters, changing to a Knight in Shining Armor and a Cute Witch who spouts memes, and then changing again to a gold-plated hero and an elegant sorceress.
The cast-off darkness from Matthew's life formed into what is called a Shadow, a kind of subclass to sinners. He was entrusted to Artemis, who was supposed to punish him for the actions the original Matthew made, but due to her own madness, Artemis quickly turned Dark Matt into her boyfriend. He has since acquired his own identity and acts out malicious intents on a whim. He has no rhyme or reason for why he targets Cosmo; he does because he can.
Noble Demon: Literally becomes demon nobility after marrying Artemis. By all accounts zigzagged, though. He tries to be taken seriously, but he sparingly does actual evil at first, but then he tries to kill Cosmo, but does a Face-Heel Turn soon after.
Reality Warper: After the timeskip, he loses the power of mimicry in exchange for this. More precisely, he becomes the embodiment of Laser-Guided Karma. More precisely still (and metaphorically speaking), the laser-guidance system.
Weaksauce Weakness: Like Matt, he can't stand head injuries, but he has some unique ones, such as holy weapons. His fear of blood is far greater than Matt's, to the point that a bloody cut results in him cowering in fear.
Wild Card: He's referred to as this by Legault in the roleplays. This does not describe his allegiance, but rather how dangerous he is.
A demon noble who is in charge of punishing Dark Matt. This would have been a good idea had events 400 years ago not made her a little mad. In the end, she claims Dark Matt as her boyfriend and starts planning how to keep him for herself.
An archangel who lived during the Renaissance era. He does not approve much unless it benefits the church. This includes a strong dislike of Matt and Galaxina, viewing one as a "fake angel" and the other as a witch. Despite his yelling, he doesn't do much. Onscreen, at least. Offscreen, he is secretly absorbing the souls of those who have finally been cleansed by hell so he can destroy it once and for all. Reason? Artemis fell in love with him.
Good Is Not Nice: Is really mean to those that don't support God. Whenever he tries to spread his religion, he does so by force. As it turns out, he's not a good person at all.
Light Is Not Good: The arguable villain of the pre-time skip. Dark Matt just doesn't want to die, but Altair? He will not stop until hell is nothing more than nothing simply because Artemis fell in love with him.
He still tries after the time skip, but he has been stripped of his power and his youth and therefore can't do much of anything.
Take That: Devout Christian, hates homosexuals, thinks God is on his side, incredibly forceful... If only he started protesting things...
Tautological Templar: He is just because he is an angel. He is an angel because he is just. His plan to destroy Hell continues even after he is told it would create an imbalance in the afterlife, because if he thinks it won't ruin anything, then it won't.
Story Breaker Power: While you'd think Matt's ability to become anyone would be broken, but its many drawbacks keep it in check. Altair's real powers, however, are completely broken. With every purified shadow he kills, he gains their strength and skills while simultaneously erasing them from history so no one even knows he murdered a person.
The devil, though not the first one. He is incredibly powerful, but incredibly restricted in his cosmic role. All in all, he's not so bad.
Punny Name: There's a bit missing, but his name is supposed to be Kilometers per hour.
The pun is completely lost in the roleplays, where he's Ray's son instead of Tails's.
Super-Strong Child: He manages to lift Tora's kanabō. While flying. He later manages to break through a magically-warded wall that had been thought impossible to bypass through any means short of lifting the ward. Now, if only he wasn't such a coward...
The daughter of Ben and Synder. The most level-headed of the child characters, a fact that almost always makes her the leader whenever they form a group.
Healing Hands: Healing magic is just one part of her highly diverse skillset.
Only Sane Man: Of the children and occasionally with the adults as well.
Team Mom: When the mothers themselves aren't present.
The eldest daughter of Matt and Tori. She is incredibly aloof towards other characters, but still cares about her younger siblings Inu and Uma. Like her mother, she has the ability to transform into an animal.
The Prankster: With great power, comes great potential for pranks.
Weaksauce Weakness: He inherited his mother's weakness to silver, despite being a mimic rather than a werebeast.
Inu and Uma Mokaray
The youngest children of Matt and Tori. They are devout intellectuals who read almost as much as possible, and are prone to throwing a fit if someone won't tell them how something works. They too can transform into animals.
Brainy Babies: They are very intelligent, even having started math at one year old.
Ship Sinking: In the roleplays, Matthew Prower believes Uma is his soulmate. Unfortunately, Uma isn't into romance, and especially not a Rescue Romance. Even Matthew's Character Development into a genuinely competent person doesn't improve her opinion of him all that much.
Inu similarly rejects all advances towards him by Torch. Of course, she wasn't exactly helping very much when she started squeezing him.
The former ship is no longer sunk as of the distant-future roleplay at "Easter teeth", much to Matthew's surprise, making this a case of Anchored Ship instead. Only to sink a short bit later when Uma reveals that she wants Matthew to marry her duplicate.
Yank the Dog's Chain: Uma finally returns Matthew's feelings! So he can marry her robot duplicate...
The eldest son of Dark Matt and Artemis. Though his parents have long since stopped pretending to be villains, Damien wishes to follow in his parents' old footsteps... Or so he claims, because after his romp in the past, he gives up on evil like his parents.
Big Eater: Gluttony demon. Three guesses what his favorite activity is.
Ninja Maid: Has deadly kicks because her prosthetics were made a little too strong.
Only in It for the Money: It's obvious she only works for Dark Matt because of how much she's paid. Particularly since he kinda sorta kidnapped her as a child.
Spider People: Though with her lower half missing, she can pass herself off as a human.
Damien's "pet" anglerfish mermaid. She used to be pretty tiny, but because Damien knows his stuff, he flushed her down the toilet to abuse the sewer radiation to get a giant unstoppable minion. She grew to about six feet.
The Wonka: She has a ditzy side, especially when around men susceptible to her voice. But she is actually much smarter than she looks, and in one roleplay, she piloted an Armored Core to a much better degree than Matt.
Damien from a time even further into the future. A villain that is childish and goofy at some points yet cold and deadly at others, presumably because he went insane after losing his wife. He runs across the time stream taking women from all over time to add to his "friendship harem".
Archnemesis Dad: Is this to Ophelia. She doesn't like the fact that he'd rather hang out with women than play with her like they used to.
Big Eater: Inverted. Despite being a gluttony demon, he eats surprisingly little.
Missing Mom: Her mother was sent away because Luke ruled that a woman as pure as her could not be allowed to stay in Hell.
Dream, her mother in the roleplays, does try to visit her whenever she can. However, even when she's not headed off by Luke before even arriving, Ophelia doesn't seem to recognize the familial relationship. At least, not until Bezel points it out to her.
Weapon Jr..: Averted. Priscilla gave her a real sword and is naturally called out for giving a little child a deadly weapon.
Damien's boss and Demon Lord of Wrath. Constantly scheming to accomplish any goal she deems worth fighting for, with her current one being to unite the demon lord bloodlines into the perfect demon, starting with the Astartes.
Blake's Maid who replaced the Head Maid. She is a huge Fangirl of the Final Fantasy series, but especially Garland. This is to the point that she specifically made almost all of her Mech suits modeled after him.
Berserk Button: Don't track mud on the floor. Don't bleed on it either.
Epic Fail: How Elan came to be. Pommyman accidentally wrote Alen as ELAN during one roleplay.
Honor Before Reason: They strictly adhere to the rules of boxing in a fight. This includes giving their opponent a pair of boxing gloves (which means that they don't risk cutting their hands on their razor-sharp skin) and refusing to use their jaws in combat.
Stuffed In The Fridge: Originally, she was going to have been straight-up killed, but the author decided against it, as this made the new side villain too dark, allowed for Snake-Jaw to potentially return in the roleplays, allowed better characterization for her attacker, and the fact that it seemed unreasonable for Collin to be unable to notice a murder happening in front of his house.
Ridiculously Average Girl: Incredibly generic. Either way, the impact her disappearance has is much greater than you'd think.
Runaway Bride: Collin lasted a long time at the altar, but she bailed on their marriage entirely. It was not voluntary.
Woman Scorned: Apparently despises Collin for completely unknown reasons.
A "friend" of the head Maid, though it isn't just her who finds her annoying, what with being a Straw Feminist who refuses to shut up about the good she's doing. She's much more dangerous than she lets on.
Ascended Fanon: Originally just a plain human with some combat skills, however, due to Luigifan finding it more interesting if she had Franchise/Pokemon on her team, she now has pokemon. Unfortunately, pommyman wasn't too keen on the fan made Magihexy and is potentially going to replace it.
Straw Feminist: Her character concept. A deconstruction to be exact, as her insane and unreasonable demands not only hurt her cause, but she personally tries to force other feminists into believing her beliefs are the correct beliefs, despite blindly heading into an oppressive and unhealthy lifestyle.
Take That: While Rebecca is considered wrong about feminism, it's made clear that it's because she's going about it wrong. Leon, on the other hand, is mocked in various ways, ranging from his incredibly low intelligence rating, the fact that he's only the head of the patriarchy because he wished for it when he found a genie, the fact that he's the ONLY member of the patriarchy, and that Dark Matt outright calls his goals backwards and pointless.