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* NiceGuy: A few prawns short of a galaxy, but he's a friendly fellow overall. Then again he did show a bit of bias towards Jesse in "The Lucky Cat Car, though he admits if it was his choice he would not do this."[[note]]MT was obtaining less points than Jesse with Randall explaining that passengers get more on the basis that they have to urgency to leave the car[[/note]]

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* NiceGuy: A few prawns short of a galaxy, but he's a friendly fellow overall. Then again he did show a bit of bias towards Jesse in "The Lucky Cat Car, though he admits if it was his choice he would not do this."[[note]]MT "[[note]]In order to leave the car, MT and Jesse needed to obtain a combined score of 1000. However, MT was obtaining less points than Jesse with Randall explaining that passengers get more on the basis that they have to urgency to leave the car[[/note]]



* MeaningfulName: Greige is a "Beige/grey" color which is exactly the color he is.

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* MeaningfulName: Greige is a "Beige/grey" color beige/grey color...which is exactly the color he is.


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* NiceHat: He's wearing a purple beanie in his first appearance.


* EvilBrit: He speaks with a British accent.


* AssholeVictim: For everything they've done in pursuit of MT, they both quite deserve their fates.


* DecoyProtagonist: He's promoted in the show's advertising as the new main character of Book Two, but he's ultimately more of the {{deuteragonist}} to MT's protagonist. [[spoiler:The story even continues to follow MT as Jesse is gone for several episodes.]]

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* DecoyProtagonist: He's promoted in the show's advertising as the new main character of Book Two, but he's ultimately more of the {{deuteragonist}} to MT's protagonist. [[spoiler:The story even continues to follow MT as Jesse is gone for several a few episodes.]]



* HiddenInPlainSight: She can be seen in the ''[[https://i.imgur.com/tiVcMex.jpg very first episode]]'' after Tulip wakes up in the snow car.


* CorruptedCharacterCopy: [[PeterPanParody She's comparable to Peter Pan]] (besides being a girl and significantly older), a leader of a group of rowdy tribal kids who don't want to grow up (in this case, grow up mentally). However, Grace's influence on those children and their affect on the world they live in is shown in a ''much'' more negative light.


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* PeterPanParody: She's comparable to Peter Pan (besides being a girl and significantly older), a leader of a group of rowdy tribal kids who don't want to grow up (in this case, grow up mentally). She's a very negative take on the archetype, basically teaching them to be a bunch of bandits ransacking the fantasy world they've been brought to.


* CorruptedCharacterCopy: She's comparable to Peter Pan (besides being a girl and significantly older), a leader of a group of rowdy tribal kids who don't want to grow up (in this case, grow up mentally). However, Grace's influence on those children and their affect on the world they live in is shown in a ''much'' more negative light.

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* CorruptedCharacterCopy: [[PeterPanParody She's comparable to Peter Pan Pan]] (besides being a girl and significantly older), a leader of a group of rowdy tribal kids who don't want to grow up (in this case, grow up mentally). However, Grace's influence on those children and their affect on the world they live in is shown in a ''much'' more negative light.


* {{Expy}}: Glad-One, more so than Sad-One, has many traits similar to Wheatley from ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}''. Both are {{Adorkable}} robotic companions with British accents that journey with the female protagonist through a strange environment. They are also both idiots and motormouths, and tend to be rather blasé about pretty much everything. Though Glad-One is much nicer (and a bit smarter) compared to Wheatley, even before the latter's StartofDarkness. Though One-One's BlueandOrangeMorality moment at the end of Book 2 does ring some bells...

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* {{Expy}}: Glad-One, more so than Sad-One, has many traits similar to Wheatley from ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}''. Both are {{Adorkable}} robotic companions with British accents that journey with the female protagonist through a strange environment. They are also both idiots and motormouths, and tend to be rather blasé about pretty much everything. Though Glad-One is much nicer (and a bit smarter) compared to Wheatley, even before the latter's StartofDarkness. Though FaceHeelTurn, but One-One's BlueandOrangeMorality moment display of BlueAndOrangeMorality at the end of Book 2 does ring some bells...


* ItsAllAboutMe: A combination of realizing that the Mirror Police are still looking for her (even putting up Wanted posters in train cars she hasn't been to yet) along with meeting and befriending Jesse causes her to decide to try and get off the Train. Understandable rationale, but she takes some ''extremely'' questionable actions to do so; [[spoiler:she kills Mace, hijacks an unprocessed passenger's pod (leaving the inhabitant confused on the top of the train) and attempts to take another one passenger's number (even though that would just cause ''that'' passenger to be stranded instead).]]

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* ItsAllAboutMe: A combination of realizing that the Mirror Police are still looking for her (even putting up Wanted posters in train cars she hasn't been to yet) along with meeting and befriending Jesse causes her to decide to try and get off the Train. Understandable rationale, but she takes some ''extremely'' questionable actions to do so; [[spoiler:she kills Mace, hijacks an unprocessed passenger's pod (leaving the inhabitant confused on the top of the train) and attempts to take another one passenger's number (even though that would just cause ''that'' passenger to be stranded instead).]]


* ItsAllAboutMe: A combination of realizing that the Mirror Police are still looking for her (even putting up Wanted posters in train cars she hasn't been to yet) along with meeting and befriending Jesse causes her to decide to try and get off the Train. Understandable rationale, but she takes some ''extremely'' questionable actions to do so; [[spoiler:she kills Mace, hijacks an unprocessed passenger's pod (leaving the inhabitant confused on the top of the train) and attempts to take another one passenger's number (even though that would just caused ''that'' passenger to be stranded instead).]]

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* ItsAllAboutMe: A combination of realizing that the Mirror Police are still looking for her (even putting up Wanted posters in train cars she hasn't been to yet) along with meeting and befriending Jesse causes her to decide to try and get off the Train. Understandable rationale, but she takes some ''extremely'' questionable actions to do so; [[spoiler:she kills Mace, hijacks an unprocessed passenger's pod (leaving the inhabitant confused on the top of the train) and attempts to take another one passenger's number (even though that would just caused cause ''that'' passenger to be stranded instead).]]


* ItsAllAboutMe: A combination of realizing that the Mirror Police are still looking for her (even putting up Wanted posters in train cars she hasn't been to yet) along with meeting and befriending Jesse causes her to decide to try and get off the Train. Understandable rationale, but she takes some ''extremely'' questionable actions to do so; [[spoiler:she kills Mace, hijacks an unprocessed passenger's pod (leaving the inhabitant confused on the top of the train) and attempts to take another one passenger's number (even though that would just cause ''that'' passenger to be stranded instead).]]

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* ItsAllAboutMe: A combination of realizing that the Mirror Police are still looking for her (even putting up Wanted posters in train cars she hasn't been to yet) along with meeting and befriending Jesse causes her to decide to try and get off the Train. Understandable rationale, but she takes some ''extremely'' questionable actions to do so; [[spoiler:she kills Mace, hijacks an unprocessed passenger's pod (leaving the inhabitant confused on the top of the train) and attempts to take another one passenger's number (even though that would just cause caused ''that'' passenger to be stranded instead).]]


* ItsAllAboutMe: A combination of realizing that the Mirror Police are still looking for her (even putting up Wanted posters in train cars she hasn't been to yet) along with meeting and befriending Jesse causes her to decide to try and get off the Train. Understandable rationale, but she takes some ''extremely'' questionable actions to do so; [[spoiler:she ends up hijacking a passenger's pod (leaving the inhabitant confused on the top of a car) and attempts to take another one's number (even though that would just cause ''her'' to be stranded there instead).]]

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* ItsAllAboutMe: A combination of realizing that the Mirror Police are still looking for her (even putting up Wanted posters in train cars she hasn't been to yet) along with meeting and befriending Jesse causes her to decide to try and get off the Train. Understandable rationale, but she takes some ''extremely'' questionable actions to do so; [[spoiler:she ends up hijacking a kills Mace, hijacks an unprocessed passenger's pod (leaving the inhabitant confused on the top of a car) the train) and attempts to take another one's one passenger's number (even though that would just cause ''her'' ''that'' passenger to be stranded there instead).]]


* LightIsNotGood: Wears a white hoodie and he is an absolute ''asshole''.

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** Even before then, in "The Toad Car", he proved to be a fairly competent ManipulativeBastard, playing on MT's rude behavior and unknown past to get Jesse to distrust her, which not only made Jesse willing to consider turning MT, it also helped stall the two and keep them in the Toad Car long enough for Mace to prepare a more dangerous solution. He preceded this with a fairly nasty smile to boot.


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* ManipulativeBastard: In "The Toad Car", when he and Mace are locked out of said car, with MT and Jesse stuck inside, he tries "talking" with Jesse, explaining who MT really is and her past, which is not helped by her fairly dour and combative personality. He actually gets them to start arguing concerning this, giving Mace time to grab a tool to force the door open.


* NeverGivenAName: Reflections like her usually don't have their own names, and she still hadn't came up with one by the time she parts with Tulip. As of Book 2, she now calls herself "MT". In the finale of Book 2, she gives herself the name of [[spoiler: Lake]].

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* NeverGivenAName: Reflections like her usually don't have their own names, and she still hadn't came up with one by the time she parts with Tulip. As of Book 2, she now calls herself "MT"."MT", though she doesn't consider that an actual name. In the finale of Book 2, she gives herself the name of [[spoiler: Lake]].


* CampGay: He has very flamboyant mannerisms, dresses in flashy outfits, and speaks with a stereotypical lisp.

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* CampGay: {{Camp}}: He has very flamboyant mannerisms, dresses in flashy outfits, and speaks with a stereotypical lisp.

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