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This is the character page for WHABP. As it is becoming quite large, it is likely that it will eventually be split off into multiple pages. There is currently only one sub-page, made separately to showcase all the locations in the roleplay.

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!!Player Characters

[[folder:PJ (Helioptile)]]
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->'''Played by''': @/CaliburnAbsoluteEX
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1#1 Page 1]]
->'''Crossed as''': Ribombee

The first character to be introduced in the RP, and certainly among those who've changed the most. Initially, PJ was a cheery little ball of sunshine, taking the whole "TrappedInAnotherWorld" scenario quite well and doing what he could to support his friends. Unfortunately, he ended up getting PutOnABus for the majority of the Silversand arc, and upon his return, he had changed. He had contracted [[HatePlague Viral Aggression]], and was much more willing to get into fights, enjoying them much more than he reasonably should, though he was aware of what had happened to him. During the Hoard arc, however, things went from bad to worse as he was manipulated and brainwashed by [[ArcVillain Belladonna]], who made him into her boyfriend and attempted to wreak havoc upon the city alongside him. He managed to break free from her control, and she was killed, though the experience scarred him, giving him chronic nightmares and making him paranoid that the others hated him or saw him as a liability. This has lessened over time, and PJ's [[CharacterRerailment slowly been getting back to being the person he was at the start of everything]], but he's still nowhere near who he was back then.

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* AntiHero: When he returns to the group at the end of the Silversand arc, he's much more brutal and callous due to becoming infected with Viral Aggression, though his kind and caring side still remains.
* AuthorAvatar: Initially served as this for Caliburn, though once TheBusCameBack his personality began to deviate to an extent.
* BerserkButton:
** PJ does not take kindly to the suggestion that his friends may be replaceable, to say the least.
** Any mention of [[{{Yandere}} Bella]][[BitchInSheepsClothing donna]] is likely to enrage or panic PJ.
* BloodKnight: Much to his distress, he becomes far more intense once a fight breaks out, relishing in his opponents' pain and even threatening to harm his allies. This has only intensified after he contracted [[HatePlague Viral Aggression]], though it has died down following the Hoard arc's climax.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: During the Hoard arc, a kiss from Belladonna ends up making him head-over-heels for her while also turning him against his friends.
* CallingYourAttacks: He puts a bit of a spin on it by giving his moves different names (i.e. Fey Gale instead of Fairy Wind).
* GenderBender: It's rather complicated in PJ's case compared to other instances in the RP, subverting the {{Second|LawOfGenderBending}} and [[ThirdLawOfGenderBending Third Laws of Gender Bending]] in the process. While PJ's been biologically female ever since his arrival in the Pokemon world (not realizing until a week and a half after), he's always identified as male and was born male as a human, resulting in a not-insignificant amount of discomfort upon his discovery.
* HeadPet: Climbing on people's heads is a habit of his.
* HeroicBSOD: This has more or less been his underlying mental state since he left Hoard.
* HowDoIShotWeb: {{Downplayed|trope}}. While he had some difficulty adjusting to his wings as a Ribombee, it didn't take him long to get off the ground.
* InconvenientAttraction: On day 17, he realizes that he has a crush on [[PlatonicLifePartners Eliot]], much to his chagrin.
* LikeIsLikeAComma: It's not obtrusive or readily apparent, but he tends to sprinkle the word "like" into many of his sentences.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: PJ is deeply haunted by his actions under Belladonna's influence, and has severe doubts that he's even welcome in the team because of this.
* TheNicknamer: Nicknaming others is another habit of his, with some of his nicknames being {{Shout Out}}s to other works. In fact, at one point he even debates what his nickname for Goobert should be. So far there's...
** Finley: Fen-Fen
** Beldum: [[VideoGame/BravelyDefault Ringabel]]
** Eliot: El
** Nyquil: [[VideoGame/FireEmblemFates Niles]] (which in particular has managed to catch on with the others)
** Morbitesse: Morby
** Cyk: Cy
** Jani: Digs
** Belladonna: Bella
** Marlon: Mar
* NightmareSequence: Has begin to experience these regularly after the events of Hoard, all of them involving [[{{Yandere}} Belladonna]].
* PlatonicLifePartners: Of all the members of the party, Eliot's always been the one he's most likely to turn to when he needs just about anything.
* PutOnABus: He was absent during almost the entirety of the Silversand arc. When TheBusCameBack, however, the results weren't pretty...
* TheRival: Consider himself to be this to Lars.
* StepfordSmiler: {{Downplayed|trope}}. Though he does miss his old life, and the stress of his experiences in the Pokemon world weighs greatly on him, he does his best to remain upbeat and gives himself time to process his negative emotions.
* TookALevelInBadass: Before vanishing from the group, the most he could do in battle was low-level moves like Fairy Wind and Stun Spore. Upon his return, he's regularly seen using moves like Dazzling Gleam and Silver Wind. He also comes back with a bad case of Viral Aggression, but that's a different story.
** He seems to have lost this level after being [[BalefulPolymorph turned into a Helioptile]] by a stray Transfer Orb. [[WillfullyWeak Not that he minds.]]
* WillfullyWeak: He doesn't mind losing the power he had as a Ribombee after the events of Hoard, considering it to be a boon knowing that he won't cause too much damage if his [[HatePlague Viral Aggression]] ends up turning him against his friends.
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[[folder:Finley/Autumn (Braixen)]]
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->'''Played by''': {{@/Beverly}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1#2 Page 1]]
->'''"Crossed" as''': Fennekin

Finley is just an alias. For the first 16 days of the journey, she was hiding her real identity. That being Autumn Farbridge, who was the daughter of the rulers of Foxfell. For these first 16 days, she only ''pretended'' to be a human so she may be able to meet and get along with the people who actually ''were'' in the situation. During this time however, she met Mila, and eventually ended up in a relationship with her.
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* ActualPacifist: She absolutely refuses to attack people, no matter the context. Only when she ''absolutely has to'' does she attack.
* TheAntiNihilist: Finley's attitude about her situation seems to be this. It's out of her control, so why worry? This, however, is subverted as the game marches on and more terrible things happen.
* AuthorAvatar: Similar to most other characters in the game.
* BreakTheCutie: As mentioned above, she started in the thread as one of the more cheerful characters... this doesn't last.
* TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody: Upon being shifted, she found it bizarrely easy to walk on all fours. It was guessed that this was the reason. However, this was simply her acting.
* PunnyName: Finley = Fennec.
* GenderBender: Finley goes through this during evolution. However, she is notably okay with it. Possibly even better off.
* IJustWantToHaveFriends: This was her motivation for pretending to be human. She was alone most of her life, and she wanted to have someone.
* ReallyRoyaltyReveal: On Day 16, she not only reveals that she was never a human, but also that she's an honest-to-goodness princess.
* TeamMom: At least she tries to be, trying to help her team members when she can and being as supportive as she can be. Whether or not this works varies. She also tries to keep the gang out of scraps when possible. Again, this varies.
* WhamLine: When Finley reveals she was never a human.
-->'''Finley:''' "I was lying. Everything from the awkward first steps to the waking up to the human memories. All of it was a lie. I was passing by all of you, and suddenly I just... got grazed or something by a human's memories. I guess she was supposed to be with you or something. Everything I did involving me as a human was a blunt lie. I'm sorry..."
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[[folder:Nyquil (Quilava)]]
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->'''Played by''': @/{{shrubBird}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1#5 Page 1]]
->'''Crossed as''': Cyndaquil

* {{Adorkable}}: As it turns out, he's a very shy person (perfectly aligning with his nature) and usually hides it behind a lot of self-induced apathy. His recently developed crush on Dana is absurdly effective at pulling this side of him out.
* AuthorAvatar: For the most part, he's the same as his player. There's only a handful of negligible differences.
* BerserkButton: Thinking about Perigo is enough to send him further than "mildly annoyed." Andy gets under his skin pretty easily as well.
* DeadpanSnarker
* HeroicSelfDeprecation
* InSeriesNickname: Niles, courtesy of PJ.
* NiceHat: Got a custom-made, fireproof cap as a present from Dana.
* PerpetualFrowner: Needless to say, he's not a very happy camper. The first time he actually smiled was day ''seven.'' [[Main/CharacterDevelopment He's starting to smile a little more often, though.]]
* SneezeOfDoom: Thanks to a mix of Pollen Puff and allergies, he managed to use Smokescreen for the first time. Chaos ensues.
* {{Tsundere}}: Trying to juggle feelings with his usually aloof behavior leads to this.
* UnskilledButStrong: Kind of. He mostly uses physical striking moves [[WhatAnIdiot despite the fact that his own species is better with special attacks and he has a Timid nature, further nerfing his physical strength.]]
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Apparently, gaining experience in the form of tree headbutting is a very effective way to piss off a sentient tree.
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[[folder:Guy (Snorlax)]]
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->'''Played by''': @/{{Weirdguy149}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1#6 Page 1]]
->'''Crossed as''': Snorlax

The biggest member of the group. Guy tends to be in the background most of the time, but when he does involve himself, an impact tends to be made.

* AuthorAvatar
* BigEater: Comes with the territory of being a Snorlax.
* TheBigGuy: Partially in the name.
* ConfusionFu: Knows Metronome.
* HandicappedBadass: He can't see very well, but he is able to use his nose to great effect. Subverted since all Snorlax are able to do this.
* HeavySleeper: Chances are, if he's out of the action, Guy is sleeping.
* MightyGlacier: Guy is a Snorlax, one of the most famous Mighty Glaciers in the franchise.
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[[folder:Wrench (Porygon-Z)]]
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->'''Played by''': @/{{chianticat10}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1#7 Page 1]]
->'''Crossed as''': Porygon-Z

Human name was Connor. Character details go here.
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[[folder: Beldum]]
->'''Played by:''' @/{{whizzerd}}
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1#9 Page 1]]
->'''Crossed as''': Beldum

An unemotional member of the group. Despite the various inconveniences that come with being a Beldum, they have no desire to return to their original human form.
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* ADogNamedDog: Beldum chooses to go by their species name, rather than having a name of their own. This is due to their new robotic personality, which doesn't feel that a proper name is necessary for them.
* TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody: More so than the others who find themselves affected by their new Pokémon physiology. Beldum's personality is almost unrecognisable from when they were a human, which they suspect is due to their human mind clashing with their new, inorganic body.
* NotQuiteFlight: They float a few feet in the air due to being naturally repelled by the earth's magnetism. By intensifying their magnetic force they can float even higher, which they sometimes put to use by becoming the team's aerial lookout.
* PowerIncontinence: They can't turn off the magnetic field that causes them to float, even if they're asleep or unconscious. {{Downplayed|Trope}} in that it's more of a hassle than an actual hazard.
* TheStoic: Once they become a Beldum they find themselves unable to manifest or express emotions, even when they know full well that they should.
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[[folder:vjoi (Charizard)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{vjoi}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1#10 Page 1]]
->'''Crossed as''': Charizard

Character details go here.
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[[folder:Light (Piplup)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{SeducedByTheLight}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1#15 Page 1]]
->'''Crossed as''': Rotom

Character details go here.
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[[folder:Cyk (Gardevoir)]]
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->'''Played by''': @/{{CyberController}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1#22 Page 1]]
->'''Crossed as''': Gardevoir
* AccidentalMurder: To a Weavile.
* BerserkButton: Andy being pervy, for one. She even hit him with a Moonblast.
* TheBusCameBack: Comes back after their player is offline for some time.
* CovertPervert: She has a crush on Goobert.
* GenderBender: It's revealed that this happened to her later on.
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[[folder:Ocie (Persian)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheGreatUnknown}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=2#31 Page 2]]
->'''Crossed as''': Persian

Character details go here.
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[[folder:Eliot (Smeargle)]]
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->'''Played by''': @/{{BlackMageAnolis}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=3#63 Page 3]]
->'''Crossed as''': Smeargle

* ColdHam: Seems to fall into this whenever he becomes confident enough in himself.
* DelusionsOfEloquence: Can slip into his speech from time to time. His ''thoughts'' have it ''much'' worse.
* TheDitherer: Strides the line between "Insecure" and "Too Many Trees".
* FirstPersonSmartAss: His thoughts are sometimes even more emotive than his speech and actions. It's implied that the others can see the emotions playing out in his head quite clearly on his face.
* GenderBender: Downplayed. His ''sex'' has changed a few times thanks to Transform and Manaphy's Heart Swap, but he still maintains his gender despite that.
* HeroBall/PingPongNaivete: Absolutely ''suffers'' from this. No matter how much pontificating he ends up doing, most of his decisions have been pretty idiotic and in-the-heat-of-the-moment, which ends up causing him to not only lose the money from Morbitesse but also ''severely'' damages his friendship with PJ (by more or less kidnapping him) and drives him further towards [[BitchInSheepsClothing Belladonna.]]
* LikeBrotherAndSister: Forms this bond with Lucy when they're in Gleamscape. He even considers, then chides himself for, taking up Lucy's family name.
* LineOfSightName: Not a completely straight example, but he was inspired to call himself Eliot after the T.S. Eliot poem he was reading before becoming a Pokémon. He even ends up referencing that fact, [[SmallReferencePools which the non-human Pokemon would have no way of understanding.]]
* MoodSwinger: He has a tendency to go back and forth between different moods.
* PowerIncontinence: He seems to have most trouble out of the cast with this. Due to the way Sketch works, some time after he Sketches a move, he'll inadvertently perform a highly screwy version of the move.
* RealisticDictionIsUnrealistic: Technically averted, but it's used to make the majority of his dialogue seem ''far'' more awkward than it has any right to be.
* SituationalSociability: Not really tied to any particular situation, but his sociability seems to be based on his mood.
* StutterStop: Usually during his more "confident" moments.
* SuicideByCop: He sees this as the inevitable result of his occasional bouts of VA.
* ThemedAliases: Like his regular name, the aliases he uses all reference 19th and 20th century poets.
* VoluntaryShapeshifting: After [[MegaManning Sketching]] Transform from Fan, he gains this ability.
* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: Seems to speak in a very odd combination of generic Northern American and Southern American accents.
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[[folder:Sedmi (Mismagius)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{Sedmikrasky}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=3#70 Page 3]]
->'''Crossed as''': Mismagius

Character details go here.
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[[folder:Sushi (Torracat)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{Afterwards}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=4#78 Page 4]]
->'''Crossed as''': Litten

Character details go here.
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* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: Sushi's fur substitutes the usual orange of the Litten line for pink, while still retaining the black.
* CarnivoreConfusion: Part of the reason she kills in the first place is because she's convinced that she's strictly carnivorous in her new form.
* {{Catchphrase}}: "Do you hear its call?"
* SerialKiller: She claims to have killed at least ''100'' Pokemon before evolving.
* TokenEvilTeammate: The only known killer of the ex-humans besides Cyk, and she has no qualms about her murderous streak.
* WrongGenreSavvy: She doesn't seem to realize that while she's a cat, she's also an omnivore. This leads her to start killing other Pokemon for food as early as her first day in the Pokemon world.
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[[folder:F (Espurr)]]
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->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{fdiaperhead}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=4#82 Page 4]]
->'''Crossed as''': Espurr

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* AmbiguousGender: Their gender isn't made clear.
* OpenMouthInsertFoot: Has a hard time restraining their words. Which leads to...
** DidIJustSayThatOutLoud: Them accidentally confessing to stalking Max.
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[[folder:Oz (Octillery)]]
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Anza_sb anza_sb]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=7#170 Page 7]]
->'''Crossed as''': Octillery

Character details go here.
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[[folder:Clarisse Doe (Sawsbuck)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{arimothereindeer}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=9#217 Page 9]]
->'''Crossed as''': Sawsbuck

Character details go here.
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[[folder:Mila (Raichu)]]
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->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=17#408 Page 17]]
->'''Crossed as''': Raichu

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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Not initially, but she eventually picks up a bandanna in Silversand.
* TheDeterminator: There are some shades of this in her speech. She doesn't want to give up without seeing the options ahead of her.
* {{GIRL}}: Or rather, back before she was transformed.
* LoveEpiphany: For Finley, after her NearDeathExperience.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: After shocking the entire party with a well-placed Discharge. Again due to her attitude after Hoard falls. Once more after deciding to give up David.
* NervousWreck: It would be faster to count the days Mila ''hasn't'' had a nervous breakdown for one reason or another.
* PowerIncontinence: Mila has had trouble with her electric powers, having electrocuted herself several times during the first day.
* ShockAndAwe: Naturally coming with her form, though it is often to her chagrin rather than her favor.
* ShrinkingViolet: After her anger issues in Hoard, she becomes this temporarily.
* TraumaCongaLine: From being transformed and swapping genders to losing track of her only companions at the time to having issues with her electricity, Mila has hardly had a day without something stressing her mentally.
* TheWoobie: If this wasn't appropriate before, having to deal with a possible crush on Finley then watching her nearly die right in front of her eyes before saying anything seals the deal.
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[[folder:J (Archeops)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{StarAndroidJaguar}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=17#419 Page 17]]
->'''Crossed as''': Archeops

Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Spooks (Gourgeist)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{DrNoPuma}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=21#505 Page 21]]
->'''Crossed as''': Gourgeist

Spooks is a rather cheerful Gourgeist who briefly joins the party before disappearing for a long time. He eventually comes back, only to disappear again.
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* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: He explains that he was so interested in the place where he first met the team that he didn't realize they left long ago.
* TheBusCameBack: After disappearing from the story not long after his first appearance on Page 21, he finally returns on Page 150 before disappearing again.
* ByTheLightsOfTheirEyes: His jack-o-lantern face does this when he reappears in the wilderness.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: He seems to be a little... out there. For one thing, he's [[AngstWhatAngst not that upset]] about being transformed and sent to a different world.
* CreepyJazzMusic: When he reappears, he is singing Music/LouisArmstrong's "Spooks".
* DarkIsNotEvil: His amiable disposition is not what you'd expect from a Ghost-type Pokemon.
* NightmareFetishist: He seems pleased with his new, ghostly form.
* PluckyComicRelief: He has not made any major contributions to the plot so far. He mainly just pops in whenever he feels like it and tries to help the others, only to end up getting left behind.
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[[folder:Goobert (Goodra)]]
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->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=23#554 Page 23]]
->'''Crossed as''': Goodra

Goobert is one of the few characters to take their transformation into a Pokémon, namely Goodra, in complete stride, and is a relatively cheerful, if cautious, character.
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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Takes up wearing glasses the morning after returning to Orichalum after the Ruffian arc.
* AllLovingHero: One of the friendliest out of all the humanmons. Goobert tries to be friendly to everyone he meets and fairly quickly amasses a small circle of friends outside of the main party not long after arriving in Silversand.
* AfraidOfTheirOwnStrength: After Cyk accidentally kills a Weavile during a battle, Goobert begins fearing that he may wind up doing the same thing with his own moves, and even initially runs away from the fight between the party and Lars' gang out of fear of doing so. After the party's last talk with Morbitesse, however, Goobert begins feeling more comfortable with his powers.
* BerserkButton: The only times Goobert has picked a fight with anyone has been when another member of the party has been attacked or injured. This is no better shown than during the climax of the Hoard arc, where after seeing [[LoveInterest Delilah]] being injured by one of the VA vectors, he ''snaps'' and attacks the vector so viciously [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness that it startles other members of the party]].
* BewareTheNiceOnes: While a bit of a cheerful CowardlyLion, Goobert has fought back against enemy Pokémon when they attack or injure one of the other party members.
* BreakTheCutie: Goobert's spirit is completely broken during the fight between Merqury and Bella and the party in Hoard after Delilah is wounded and he himself gets beaten up and injured by Merq. As he lies incapacitated as the battle drags on and tries to find his HappyPlace (which only makes him feel worse), Goobert becomes scared and tearfully admits to Marsha that he wants to go home. (His ''real'' home.) He almost starts crying again once he finds out Serris's true motives afterwards. ([[ThePollyanna True to form, though,]] he's mostly back to his normal self by the time the party leaves the town.)
* CharacterTics: Grips his antennae when nervous or scared.
* TheDitz: Has a few moments of this.
* HatesBeingAlone: Goobert implies that this is the case with him as he gives the full story behind how he originally arrived in this world.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Marlon.
* TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody: Goobert frequently has to resist giving other characters slimy hugs when particularly happy/relieved for them. (And occasionally failing to.) He is also initially embarrassed and disgusted when he discovers that he finds Delilah, a female Garchomp at Silversand Beach (and briefly Ripley) attractive, though he eventually does gain genuine feelings for Delilah. Goobert has other moments where he realizes that he's acting more like a Goodra than a human, such as when he comforts an injured Delilah on one occasion by nuzzling her face, to his embarrassment.
* ThePollyanna: Goobert seems largely unfazed, and even a little excited, about being a Goodra, and so far has bounced back fairly well from the crew's more dangerous experiences. It's possible that being a [[BigFun Goodra]] may have something to do with this.
* PutOnABus: The Silversand arc sees Goobert leaving the group to help out Benji at his marina after Benji loses the help he originally had. He returns for the Castle of Coral arc, but stays behind in Silversand as the others go to Hoard. He soon returns for good during the Hoard arc. He also briefly steps out of the Argatha arc.
* RealDreamsAreWeirder: If Goobert isn't having a dream relevant to his own personal issues or worries, he is having a very bizarre one, which may include anything from a party-wide GenderBender to him seeing everyone around him morphing into Cyk or Delilah.
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[[folder:Luisa (Eevee)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{ActualBeatrice}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=27#652 Page 27]]
->'''Crossed as''': Eevee

Character details go here.
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[[folder:Rei (Alolan Ninetales)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{Revaryk}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=48#1194 Page 48]]
->'''Crossed as''': Alolan Ninetales

Character details go here.
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[[folder:Serris (Serperior)]]
->'''Played by''': @/PresidentStalkeyes
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=99#2466 Page 99]]
->'''Crossed as''': ???

A shiny Serperior that arrived in the Pokemon world several months before the others; as such, he's had time to grow accustomed to the Pokemon world and its culture. Using his knowledge of berry mechanics, he established himself as a berry farmer, butting heads with [[{{Archenemy}} Dras-Il]] and trying to set up a trade deal with Orichalcum. He later goes into the soft drinks industry, selling 'Serris' Authentic R-Soda' in Silversand, becoming the CEO of [=SuperiorFarms=], Incorporated.

It's later revealed that he pushed for the introduction of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haber_process Haber Process]] to the island under the patronage of Chairgon Merqury, enabling for much larger berry yields, but patented the process behind Merqury's back, denying the old dragon any profits gained from it.

Following Merqury and Bella's defeat at the end of the Hoard arc, Serris attempts to invoke a deal he had struck with Ripley behind the party's back to trap them in Hoard and use them as guinea pigs for his science partners, intending to take advantage of human knowledge of game mechanics and tropes, [[TheReveal revealing]] himself to have been an antagonist the entire time. The party is ultimately let go anyway thanks to Ripley's intervention.
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* AuthorAvatar: {{Averted}}; his character was made from scratch and bears no relation to his player.
* CharacterFilibuster: Has a penchant for breaking out into lengthy speeches, almost worthy of a ''Franchise/MetalGear'' character.
* ChronicBackstabbingDisorder: Fittingly for a serpentine Pokemon, he has a habit of turning traitor. He first turned on Merqury by making a patent behind his back and later conspiring to oust him from power, induced the Kapitani to do the same, and betrayed the party by forcing Ripley to make a deal with him that forces ''her'' to betray them as well - [[SpannerInTheWorks though that didn't go according to plan]]. If Merqury predicted correctly, he may be set on betraying Ripley herself in the future.
* ConspiracyTheorist: He suspected that Dras-Il was lying about the HatePlague to further her own agenda, and is later distrustful of Noriaki and Jani, thinking they may be also be lying about their ex-human status. [[CharacterisationMarchesOn He seems to drop this aspect of his character during his more recent appearances]], being outwardly more trusting of those he works with.
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: He runs his own corporation and is more than willing to conspire against political leaders to induce changes that prove beneficial to his business, not to mention attempting to hold his own friends hostage out of an irrational fear that they'll compete with him.
* DeceptiveDisciple: Was this to Chairgon Merqury, with his patenting of the Haber Process being the moment of betrayal.
* DramaQueen: Only he could decide to express mild annoyance by loudly reciting ''[[Music/PhilCollins Against All Odds]]''.
* FaceHeelTurn: At the conclusion of the Hoard arc, though whether he was a Face beforehand or not is debatable.
* {{Greed}}: His prime motivation; just as Merqury said, the abundance of the Pokemon world compared to the human world made him greedy.
* HiddenDepths: In addition to his business acumen, he's also implied to have a background in engineering or chemistry, judging from his involvement with reinventing the Haber Process.
* JadeColoredGlasses: [[NatureIsNotNice His experiences in the wilds]] before meeting up with the others has left him comparably cynical about the world he resides in, though he maintains he's simply being 'realistic'.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He's paranoid, impatient, self-righteous, and greedy, but in spite of it all, he still genuinely likes the party and doesn't want to actually ''hurt'' them.
* LoopholeAbuse: He uses this to keep the [=BrainStorm=] Brewery in Hoard up and running while Merqury was in power; as he's not a Dragon-type, he is forbidden from owning any permanent property in the city, but the brewery makes so much money, paying for the building's monthly rental costs is almost a non-issue. This seriously annoyed Merqury, who only begrudgingly let it happen.
* ManipulativeBastard: At the end of the Hoard arc, it becomes clear that Serris was playing Ripley for a fool the entire time, [[TheExtremistWasRight just as Merqury had warned]] - with Merqury's V.A. infection simply being an excuse to depose him and install Ripley in his place, with Serris as the power behind the throne.
* MoodSwinger: He usually puts on an air of flamboyant, over-the-top theatricality, but is fully capable of reeling it in during his more serious moments; though he tends to be a ColdHam even then.
* PutOnABus: He leaves the party to return to his farm shortly after Sudeaux is introduced, and is later implied to be too busy promoting his new R-Soda to rejoin them.
** TheBusCameBack: After spending some time CommutingOnABus, he plays a major role in the Hoard arc as one third of the conspiracy against Chairgon Merqury, alongside Ripley and Kapitani Khmalidze... and eventually turning against the party at the very end.
* SophisticatedAsHell: Usually speaks in a formal manner, but occasionally stops to say things like 'ain't' or 'whatevs', [[VerbalTic always pausing for the invisible air quotes]].
* VisualPun: He's a snake in both senses of the word.
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[[folder:Noriaki (Dartrix)]]
->'''Played by''': @/Konkfan7
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=108#2690 Page 108]]
->'''Crossed as''': Dartrix

A butler in his human life, Noriaki is just as polite as one would expect someone of his profession to be.

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* BattleButler: He can serve tea just as well as he can fight.
* DeathGlare: While he does his best to maintain decorum, earning his ire will also net you one of these.
* FlechetteStorm: His primary method of attack is throwing around razor-sharp feathers.
* NiceGuy: Noriaki strives to be a polite and amicable individual, and he accomplishes this goal excellently.
* StepfordSmiler: It's implied that his employer during his human life abused him, but this doesn't stop him from being the loyal and kindhearted person he is.
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[[folder:Jani (Purrloin)]]
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->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=109#2710 Page 109]]
->'''Crossed as''': Diglett

As a human, Jani had never played the Pokémon games and only saw a few episodes of the anime. One of the eldest of the humanmons, perhaps only surpassed by Serris and maybe Andy, she attended college at an unnamed public California university and acquired a bachelor's in Computer Science. At the time she was transported into the WHABP world, she was working as a software engineer in Pennsylvania. The transfer happened as she slept.

Arriving in the second wave, Jani the Diglett woke up underground and encountered the group as they were lounging by a stream. Unlike most of the cast, she had transdimensionally swapped bodies with a Diglett named Milly, though this didn't become known until nearly two weeks later. Given her ignorance of the series, she struggled to make sense of anything and one of her earliest adventures resulted in her getting mauled. Having her memories scrambled by a cover story she poorly fabricated, she spent about a week thinking she was a world native, and in that time contracted the Viral Aggression. Leaving the party again until Hoard, she ended up being a bit rougher around the edges and world-weary.

While in her deluded state, but prior to the events of Hoard, she managed to inadvertantly leak an incomplete chemical formula for vulcanized rubber, something she picked up in college Chemistry classes, to a Silversand scientist named Hevea. They filled in the gaps overnight and after teaming up with a local merchant, the three formed a company built around rubber and Hevea's inventions. This factors into some of Jani's absences from the party, but as it's still a fledgeling company, it has had little impact on the world.

Since the events in Hoard, an Escape Orb hitting her led the party to discover the details of how she entered the world. Milly's sisters, Tilly and Lilly, depend on Jani eventually becoming willing to evolve with them, for the sake of their survival. The two became permanent party members, but as a result of Tilly and her mother's overbearing natures, Jani was driven to seek a way out -- and she did, in the form of a Transfer Orb. Said orb [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1041#26023 transformed]] her into a different species.

She currently masquerades as a Purrloin with the alias "Sarah Zant", a fangirlish band nut who has a thing for the Carbon Footprint band first encountered in Gleamscape. She has crafted a backstory using mostly elements of her youth...her love of metal, her time in California, among other things. At the moment, she is posing as a world native from the forest village of Lunalis. Adhering to the notion of "the most effective lies contain kernels of truth", she has done well to keep the facade going, but cracks are starting to form...

!!As a Diglett+ (and in general)

* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Jani gets a "special" beret from Hevea in Silversand, with the main purpose of hiding her bandages...since she left the hospital early. She continues wearing it even after the bandages are removed.
* AloneInACrowd: After the second battle with Lars, where [[HatePlague VA]] infected Jani inadvertently crushes Lars' windpipe, this becomes Jani's state of mind. She skips town for a bit and unceremoniously disappeared into the ground to figure things out. Also, admittedly, was meant to avoid a WriterCopOut as Jani's player couldn't figure out a believable way to get Jani back with the group. (WritersBlock was also a factor)
* AuthorAvatar: Heavily downplayed, as aspects of @/{{sarysa}}'s real life were merely cherry picked. Though the more life beats the tar out of her, the more the character resembles her player.
* CallAHumanAMeatbag: While Jani thought she was a WHABP world native, she called humans meatbags.
** {{Inverted}} when Finley "came out" to her, where she referred to everyone as "meatbags full of memories".
* CantHoldHerLiquor: Can get plastered from one shot due to her being a literal lightweight. Improves later on -- likely due to the body itself simply lacking a built up alcohol tolerance at first.
* DesperatelyLookingForAPurposeInLife: Thrust into a world she doesn't understand, she ends up being all over the map trying to find a unifying purpose -- even after she gets involved with Hevea and Lucy.
* DevilsAdvocate: She does this a lot, even willing to excuse Sushi's behavior. The one mon she can't forgive is Jillian, a meat-eater (and arguable cannibal) who Jani interprets to be an herbivore. She even has second-thoughts about Bella a couple times.
** Though she ends up uneasily teaming up with Jillian for a short awhile after she fled the party following Hoard.
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Originally I gave the 8-inch Jani the "shrunken character" vision where everything seems [[https://thumbs.dreamstime.com/z/looking-up-tall-trees-forest-shenandoah-national-park-virginia-32142513.jpg exaggeratedly large]], so she couldn't see if a tree had berries. Nixed due to being the kind of weakness that drags down the plot.
* FakeMemories: The involuntarily self-induced variety. A cocktail of concocting a fake backstory to fool psychics before suffering considerable head trauma, a lucid nightmare lasting over a day which included a fake traumatic event, and a preachy elderly Sandslash caused Jani to think she was born and raised in an underground village of Digletts. Her human memories still exist, but are subconsciously merged with the fake memories, with unresolvable conflicts giving her severe headaches.
** While she eventually comes to realize (more like comes to terms with) she's human, her memories are still scrambled -- particularly what humans look like.
* FishOutOfWater: Never played the games, only saw a portion of an episode or two, and overall has no clue how the world would even work. This causes her not to know the names of other Pokemon or concepts from the games.
* INeedAFreakingDrink: Seems to be a staple of the character -- first upon the stress of arriving in the world, then pretty much after every major conflict that didn't leave her hospitalized. While VA addled in Hoard, she drank nightly simply to get to sleep. She's not TheAlcoholic, but she drinks when stressed, and the world simply stresses her out on a regular basis.
* TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody: Like most characters, Jani has selective Diglett instincts for the sake of [[AnthropicPrinciple plot convenience]]. She easily discovered basic locomotion, which includes digging underground and digging forward while above ground, as well as a couple other basic instincts...the most out there being her ability to detect individuals on land while underground, a [[RequiredSecondaryPowers required secondary power]] for the species' [[https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Dig signature move]].
** Her reactions to elemental forces have also been swayed by the instincts of her typing. She ''doesn't'' initially, however, have any understanding of how her other moves work, and at first ends up winging it with rather pitiful results. This improves over time.
** She starts adopting both mole-like and Diglett-like behavior later on in the roleplay, unapologetically traveling underground (especially when alone) and even preferring to sleep underground.
* [[TheMovieBuff The Media Buff]]: Jani has seen a lot of film, TV, and even video games (except Pokemon, oddly enough) -- both classic and contemporary, and will often equate situations to media.
* {{Nerd}}: Fairly traditional in this regard, but complicated. She routinely geeks out on science topics, and has a science education and engineering background. A bit more [[ExtravertedNerd extraverted]] than one might expect, but the [[HatePlague Viral Aggression]] mostly brought that out, though she's also bit tone deaf and socially naive. Definitely more brainy than brawny, as she's lost every battle against humanmon opponents, all of which have been type-advantaged for her. Her competence against [=NPCs=] can be chalked up to HumansAreSpecial seeping into the RP overall.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Her using the Transfer Orb has immediate deliterious effects on the sisters.
* TheNicknamer: Occasionally comes up with flowery nicknames for species she doesn't know, placeholder names, or derisive nicknames for those she's angry at.
** Lucille and Richard: [[Series/ILoveLucy The McGillicuddys]]
** Tilly: Der Führer, when she became overbearing early into the Gleamscape arc.
** Wentworth: Ghost Guy (after his Sableye species)
* ParalysisByAnalysis: When Jani started plotting to use the transfer orb, her tendency toward overanalysis went UpToEleven. It got to the point people noticed her being out of it, and she recognized this very flaw, and that she must avoid it in her post-transformation life.
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: There's a bit of meta going on with Jani's decision to use a transfer orb. While it was still properly built up in-game, much of it stems from her player's ongoing uncertainty with species choice -- plus there are other layers of meta underscoring the finer details of that plot as well as Jani's speeches.
* ShellShockedVeteran: After the events of the Hoard arc, Jani can't seem to return to her old self again -- leading her into some rather awkward interactions thereafter. The implications of what she lived through ripple on in her interactions with the Terranport sisters.
* ThirdPersonPerson: NOT in the [[Series/SesameStreet Elmo]] sort of way. Perhaps because she hasn't fully accepted her body's transition, she often talks about her own body as "this body", and has a detached tone when it comes to describing her sensations. She usually refers to her newly found instincts as "this thing's instincts" as well. Somewhat justified in her first battle, where her pain sensations are all out of whack versus her human experience.
** More or less dropped after the accident...even after she came to terms with reality, she's now far more in tune with her own body.
* TimeTravelForFunAndProfit: ...and without the pesky paradoxes to boot! (or the time travel, given WHABP is in an alternate world) Jani inadvertently gives Professor Hevea the secret to [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcanization vulcanized rubber]], and they start a business together along with a Silversand merchant.
* UselessUsefulNonCombatAbilities: Jani was a career programmer and capable hacker as a human. A shame there are no computers.

!!While Swapped With PJ

* TheNicknamer: The fake nicknamer, anyway. She came up with phony nicknames for those PJ hadn't yet assigned one to.
** Andy (Honedge): Blades
** Delilah: Del
** Dieter: Die (briefly), then Deet
** Goobert: Goobs
** Marsha: Mar (same as real PJ's nickname for Marlon)

!!As a Purrloin+

* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Usually seen with her duffel pack, mainly purchased since she couldn't even figure out how quadrupeds store things while in PJ's body.
* ActorAllusion: "Sarah" is a very, ''very'' common corruption of @/{{sarysa}} -- especially in voice chat.
* BalefulPolymorph: '''Averted'''. Jani seems to like her new form within seconds of acquiring it.
* ConsummateLiar: Jani crafts an entire persona out of whole cloth, drawing from researching nearby islands and her college years in California, and takes it very seriously. She was a [=BSer=] as a Diglett but loses any prior ethical burdens in doing so as a Purrloin.
* FallingDamage: Zigzagged for the sake of cluing the reader in -- she landed on her feet (like a cat) after her Aerial Ace transformation, only get distracted and forget to brake -- tumbling into a wall and passing out.
* {{Fangirl}}: Displays this toward Carbon Footprint, and especially Aspen.
* LeeroyJenkins: She goes a bit overboard in her first true battle as a Purrloin, hopping off a third story building and holding onto a Ditto turned Archaeops with her claws.
* LeParkour: Overall seems to be a staple of her time as a Purrloin, though justifiable as it's perfectly normal for cats.
* MeaningfulName: {{Lampshaded}}. Jani's alias ''Sarah'', as she points out, means "princess" (a common cat name) in Hebrew, and the American meaning is "happy". She certainly was happy about her change.
* MsExposition: Heavily {{subverted}}. She reveals quite a bit about the world, a large part of which is a lie constructed from research she did prior to meeting the party as well as information she absorbed from natives, such as Voxno, Lars, and even the Diglett sisters.
* {{Roofhopping}}: Jani does this less than six hours after transforming -- the way she sees it, the basic ability to jump is something most people take for granted.
* SecretIdentity: She crafted an entire persona, posing as a world native from a village called Lunalis.
* UnreliableNarrator: Her information is adapted from more reliable narrators, with lots of "facts" sewn from whole cloth.
* ValleyGirl: In an attempt to make "Sarah"'s more California-style speaking apparent, she dips her toes into valley girl-isms, particularly liberal use of ''like'' and ''totally''. While somewhat {{justified}} due to her persona being a music junkie with fangirlish tendencies, her creator actually spent a good portion of her life in (mainly Northern, but also Southern) California where most people do ''not'' speak this way, but adpoted this trope anyway due to the difficulty of displaying subtle differences between American accents in a text medium.
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[[folder:Andy (Honedge)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=112#2776 Page 112]]
->'''Crossed as''': Joltik

A character who has apparently existed in the immediate group for a while, Andy was introduced far later, once people realized he was present when he pitched in during a conversation. Went unnoticed so long due to being small, even for a Joltik, which is the smallest known Pokémon. Eventually used a Transfer Orb and became a Honedge.

* AuthorAvatar: Subverted
* BullyingADragon: Despite being the smallest member of the group (even smaller than most Joltik, which are known for being among the smallest Pokemon in existence), Andy has no reserves when it comes to pissing off those larger and more dangerous than him. (i.e. Sushi)
* EveryoneHasStandards: Even Andy, a sociopathic, perverted jerk, frowns upon Sushi's mass murder.
* JerkAss
* LovableSexManiac: Though the "Lovable" part is incredibly questionable.
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%%[[folder:"Pax" (Haxorus)]]
%%->'''Played by:''' @/{{Brutally Honest}}
%%->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=114#2844 Page 114]]
%%->'''Crossed as''': Haxorus
%%
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%%* TheAntiNihilist
%%* AuthorAvatar
%%* DemonicPossession: The character is literally a dead person who "built" a Haxorus' body for himself.
%%* IHaveManyNames
%%* MindOverMatter
%%* RevenantZombie
%%[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dana (Alolan Vulpix)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dana_vulpix.png]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{Daydre}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=116#2900 Page 116]]
->'''Crossed as''': Alolan Vulpix

Character details go here.
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%%[[folder:? (Alakazam)]]
%%->'''Played by''': @/{{Thegeniusyoshi}}
%%->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=124#3077 Page 124]]
%%->'''Crossed as''': Alakazam
%%
%%Character details go here.
%%[[/folder]]

[[folder:Ray (Dewott)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/502dewott_bw_anime.png]]
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Dauthium_Silencer Dauthium_Silencer]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=125#3106 Page 125]]
->'''Crossed as''': Dewott

Character details go here.
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[[folder:Marlon (Gallade)]]
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->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{Team42Larson}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=172#4280 Page 172]]
->'''Crossed as''': Gallade


Like others in the main party, he was a teenager at the time of his sudden crossing into the world of pokémon. Is probably one of the most level-headed party members.

* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Takes to wearing both a scarf and a glove in Hoard. The glove serves much more use, seeing how it allows Marlon to learn Fire Punch.
* AuthorAvatar: Is this, like the other characters. However, the ability to fight well is something that the Author doesn't have IRL. [[note]] Has no other discernable backstory. Marlon is me as a Gallade.
* BerserkButton: An acquired one (really via A Gallade's natural position), in not being able to protect those who cannot sufficiently fight back.
* CloseRangeCombatant: When fighting in the Hardcheese Tournament, he splits his attacks between this and Psychic abilities. Is his generally preferred method of fighting.
* FreakyFridayFlip: Experiences this with his girlfriend Marsha in Gleamscape thanks to Manaphy. They swap back after a few minutes.
* HeKnowsTooMuch: This is how Perigo had locked on to him in Silversand.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: To Goobert, as they're close friends come Finley's attack. Come Agartha, they fit this much better, even beginning to date Marsha and Delilah, also a pair of good friends.
* HeyYou: When he wakes up, he calls out to... nobody in particular. It doesn't take long for him to find the group, however. Considering later events, him finding the group can easily be seen as a case of PowerIncontinence. [[spoiler:By the next visit to Orichalcum sarysa had established the idea of sponsoring, and Marlon wasn't sponsored prior. I reclassified him finding the party as a case of this.]]
* MellowFellow: He is typically very laid-back and friendly to everyone in the main group. However, in times when the group faces danger, he does whatever he can to protect them.
* OohMeAccentsSlipping: Begins just after Agartha, as he begins to slip (ever so slightly) into Marsha's Brooklyn-styled accent.
* ProperlyParanoid: Even before the meeting with Serris, he knew that something was very off-putting about Bella's very presence. Finally served up when Bella unveils her master plan. May be a case of naivety, though, as he unwittingly played into Serris's ''own'' plans.
* SurvivorGuilt: Despite the fact that nobody dies, he feels that he could have prevented (and was the indirect cause) the near-fatal injuries sustained by Jani and Finley during Perigo's attacks. This doesn't stop him though, as he is dead-set on stopping Bella in the Hoard arc before she causes this again. After the arc concludes he faces this again, but to a smaller degree (despite having aided in delivering the killing blow.)
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[[folder:Wohm (Clawitzer)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{Blackie}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=194#4830 Page 194]]
->'''Crossed as''': Clauncher

A weirdo Clauncher who one day woke up in the ocean and made their way to the shore.

* BloodKnight: His animalistic (pokemonistic?) part just wants to fight, kill and test itself
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold
* BerserkButton[=/=]{{Hypocrite}}: If people Wohm meets can be described as full of themselves, he will probably try to call them out on it. Wohm is pretty full of himself as well.
* PainfulTransformation: Type 1 and 2 Since he was disrupting during his evolution, he had to undertake the full brunt of his body changing and his personalities merging.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Jack (Lucario)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jack_the_lucario.png]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=223#5571 Page 223]]
->'''Crossed as''': Lucario

Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

%%[[folder:Kyle (Gengar)]]
%%->'''Played by''': @/{{KyleBrackman}}
%%->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=528#13186 Page 528]]
%%->'''Crossed as''': Gengar
%%
%%Character details go here.
%%[[/folder]]

[[folder:Philly (Voltorb)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{PhilosopherStones}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=620#15484 Page 620]]
->'''Crossed as''': Voltorb

Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Grigori (Decidueye)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{Ore-O}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=876#21889 Page 876]]
->'''Crossed as''': Decidueye

A normally reserved Decidueye wanderer that joined the group in Agartha. He awoke a month ago in the frozen northern island of Nifhel.

* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Took up a pair of [[LennonSpecs round rimmed sunglasses]] in Gleamscape.
* AuthorAvatar: {{Averted}}
* BladeBelowTheShoulder: Type II. How Leaf Blade is manifested for him.
* EnemyWithin: Implied. A mirror of him speaks to him in his nightmares, stating that he represents his wrath and bloodlust. Although, it could be symptom of [[HatePlague Viral Aggression]].
* FriendlySniper: Seems personable to the party for a hunter for hire.
* GloriousMotherRussia: Given that he has a light Russian accent and speaks in Russian, it would be safe to assume he hailed from here when he was human.
* ProfessionalKiller
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dieter (Litleo)]]
->'''Played by''': @/CorvusAtrox
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=977#24422 Page 977]]
->'''Crossed as''': Litleo

Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Lucas Lance (Lilligant)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheAphid}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=987#24666 Page 987]]
->'''Crossed as''': Did not cross, is a native Pokémon.

Former member of the band Carbon Footprint, joins the party after being rescued from the abusive Topher. Character details go here

* StageName: Aspen
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Milo (Umbreon)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{Umbramatic}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1018#25446 Page 1018]]
->'''Crossed as''': Did not cross, is a native Pokémon.

An archaeologist. Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:James (Golett)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{Peashooter}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1100#27497 Page 1100]]
->'''Crossed as''': Golett

Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

!![=NPCs=]

[[folder: Yalta (Type: Null)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/type_null_0.png]]
->'''Played by:''' @/CaliburnAbsoluteEX
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=19#453 Page 19]]

The overseer of the grounds that the group first wake up in. They inform the group about the world and the extinction of humans, but don't share all they know for fear of giving inaccurate information.
----
* DoNotCallMePaul: Yalta is rather opposed to being referred to as Type: Null.
* GuestStarPartyMember: They fight alongside the party during the climactic battle of the Hoard arc.
* MrExposition: They're the first Pokemon the group encounters in the Pokemon world, and as such, they're the first to fill the group in on the basics of the setting and get them started towards their first destination.
* ProperlyParanoid: While the paranoid aspect is [[DownplayedTrope not as apparent]], their suspicions of Serris turned out to hold some water after he's revealed to have never been an ally to the party.
* Really700YearsOld: They've been alive since humans still dominated the earth.
* TheStoic: Quite aloof, displaying little emotion besides initial aggression and guardedness to the humans upon their first meeting.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Neiti (Natu)]]
->'''Played by:''' @/{{whizzerd}}
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=32#778 Page 32]]

A curious little bird that's caught snooping on the group. After learning that they're humans, she guides them all to the hidden town of Orichalcum.
----
* CharacterTics: Staring. She's introduced when her gaze catches the attention of the group, and most of her time spent with them has her continuously staring at them.
* NervousWreck: Like many Natu, Neiti is easily spooked and quick to panic. She's flighty and nervous even when determined to get the group to Orichalcum.
* YouNoTakeCandle: Her speech is basic, containing just the words necessary to convey her thoughts. This is mostly due to her being more comfortable speaking with her mind than with her mouth.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Barry (Mr. Mime)]]
->'''Played by:''' @/{{whizzerd}}
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=35#870 Page 35]]

A friendly inhabitant of Orichalcum. He greets the group when they first arrive, and is the one to set up their accommodation at Frau Morbitesse's manor.
----
* LargeHam: His manner of speech is eloquent and grandiose, and is always accompanied with exaggerated body gestures.
* NiceGuy: He's very amicable, and immediately offers to go out of his way to find food and a place of rest for the group.
* NonIndicativeName: As Cyber points out, he's quite talkative for a mime. His response implies that he's abnormal in that regard, and that other Mr. Mimes are typically quiet.
* PunnyName: ''Barr''y is a Mr. Mime, a species of Pokémon well-known for their use of the move ''Barr''ier.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Carl (Slowpoke)]]
->'''Played by:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=42#1036 Page 42]]

Another Orichalcian. He offers to help the group find Koss, but the group pass him up due to him being quite, well, slow.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Koss (Alolan Raichu)]]
->'''Played by:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=47#1174 Page 47]]

Orichalcum's resident naturalist. He spends more time outside of the town than in, but fortunately is around to help Mila when she starts to have problems with her electricity.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Frau Morbitesse (Gothitelle)]]
->'''Played by:''' @/CaliburnAbsoluteEX
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=52#1280 Page 52]]

The High Oracle of Orichalcum. She offers to put the group up for the night, and in return they help her investigate a band of hooligans that have been messing with Orichalcum's trade.
----
* FunetikAksent: When she speaks, she tends to replace her "W"s with "V"s and her "V"s with "F"s, as well as sprinkling in some GratuitousGerman for good measure. She drops it when she defaults back to her native British accent.
* GratuitousGerman: As if her name didn't tip you off, she frequently uses German words in her speech while she's using her fake German accent.
* OohMeAccentsSlipping: Morbitesse's original British accent begins to leak in through her telepathic messages before she gives up on putting on her false German accent.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Mandy (Sylveon)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/get_yer_own_pokepuff.jpg]]
->'''Played by:''' @/{{fdiaperhead}}
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=55#1367 Page 55]]

F's sister, who somehow also became a Pokémon.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Lady Castien's Group]]

A group of ruffians that intercepted a shipment of goods that were heading for Orichalcum. Initially thought to be dangerous, it was then revealed that they were actually a young group of {{LARP}}ers who had stolen the shipment because they were hungry for ice cream.

!!Sir Gilbet (Chatot)
->'''Played by:''' @/WeirdGuy149
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=69#1706 Page 69]]

The first LARP member that the group encounter. Foul-mouthed and Russian, he attempted to scare the party off before they could investigate the ruffian's mansion.

!!Ser Agibalt/Bertie (Cubone)
->'''Played by:''' {{@/Beverly}}
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=71#1758 Page 71]]

The second member of the LARP group.

!!Ser Daunting/Jimmy (Mimikyu)
->'''Played by:''' {{@/Beverly}}
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=74#1832 Page 74]]

The leader of the ruffians. Staunchly in denial that he's not a Pikachu, nor the leader of a ragtag band of adventurers.

!!Lady Castien/Marsha (Meowstic)
->'''Played by:''' {{@/Beverly}}
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=72#1799 Page 72]]

The oldest of the ruffian gang. In actuality she's their foster mother, and is furious to learn that her children have stolen Orichalcum's shipment.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Dras-Il (Trevenant)]]
->'''Played by:''' @/{{whizzerd}}
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=82#2032 Page 82]]

The guardian of the forest surrounding Orichalcum. She re-arranges the forest so that the group becomes lost and then attacks them, seemingly with little provocation. After the battle, it's discovered that she was victim to a HatePlague that exaggerated her anger to violent levels. To make up for attacking them, she guides the party back to Orichalcum.
----
* BlueAndOrangeMorality: Her fierce protection of trees is viewed as overkill by some of the group members. Being a tree herself, her perception of them is much more personal that it would be to Pokémon who aren't also plant-life.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: When first encountered she's under a spell that amplifies her anger, leaving her violent and unwilling to listen to reason. She snaps out of it after she seriously injures Oz, her concern for his well-being winning out against the rage.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: While brusque and short-tempered, even when ''not'' influenced by outside forces, she still cares deeply for her forest and its inhabitants, and is genuinely concerned for the group after she attacks them.
* NoSocialSkills: Due to spending most of her time talking with nature rather than Pokémon, she's ill-equipped to deal with the group's social problems.
* {{Protectorate}}: She's sworn to protect the forest that she resides in. Even when not under the influence of the HatePlague, she makes it clear that she still would've punished Nyquil for harming the trees.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: She uses Phantom Force in her battle against the party. Eliot copies the move, which leads to him forcefully being dragged into the shadow world, which causes the rest of the group to collectively freak out and (in Mila's case) accidentally hurt each other.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Uryu (Espeon)]]
->'''Played by:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=103#2565 Page 103]]

The healer tasked with taking care of the party after their fight with Dras-Il. Isn't fond of Serris.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Teller (Alakazam)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=116#2886 Page 116]]

Mind reading barkeep of Orichalcum. Has a gruff exterior and mannerisms akin to the human world, mainly constructed by reading the minds of the ex-human patrons.

* TheBartender: Obviously, he embodies a lot of the tropes of a human bartender. Of course, part of his act is derived from human expectations while they're around.
* TheBusCameBack: After around 750 pages of simply being out of focus, Teller is the first Orichalcum resident to return for the redux.
* DealWithTheDevil: To a degree -- to sponsor some of the newer members of the party, Teller gets those present to agree for them, and their party members, to leave their minds open for reading. Last time that happened, the party was attacked by Lars' crew.
* KnowledgeBroker: Implied. He welcomes the ex-human mons to stay and order for free, while reading their minds presumably for information to sell to other patrons.
* LawfulNeutral: While alignments are fairly generic tropes, there might be no better way to describe Teller in a nutshell. As he works with a wide range of (sometimes conflicting) interests, while being a bit of a businessman himself, he had no qualms with revealing the party's location. He simply sees himself as an opportunist in a world of conflicts, working with (but not for) every faction whose trust he can win.
* MeaningfulName: While intended as a pseudo-corruption of [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV FFIV's Sage Tellah]] (テラ (Tera) could conceivably be translated as Teller), it also serves as an homage to the magician [[Creator/PennAndTeller Teller]]. One could also take the name [[LiteralMinded literally]], as Teller serves as an exposition device.
* MrExposition: He gives the party some information about the region.
* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: He initially constructed an accent based on his interpretation of what humans would expect from a barkeep. However, he dropped it while trying to convince Mila that she needs to train. He also drops it when only other Pokemon are around, speaking in a "neutral Pokemon" accent not unlike real-world Mid Atlantic.
* QuestGiver: Ends up being this for Grigori, pointing him in the direction of a Crabominable criminal. Of course, his tips don't come free.
* TheStoic: For the most part, he's able to keep keep a steady exterior, owing much to his age. However, his facade cracks ever so slightly as his "on the house" offer extends to more than 10 people, and then completely breaks when [[BigEater Guy the Snorlax]] walks in.
* {{Telepathy}}: Canon power for Alakazam, but leveled up. While limited to simple mind reading, Teller is an elderly Alakazam who has learned to not only read minds with no focus required, but he can also simultaneously read multiple minds at once. The downside, his range is limited to about 20 feet.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Sudeaux (Sudowoodo)]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/PresidentStalkeyes
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=130#3246 Page 130]]

Serris' right-leaf man and Assistant Head Administrator of his [[InsistentTerminology Berry-Farming Concern]], who oversees the day-to-day running of the operation. Easily excitable, obsessed with order and cleanliness and very loyal to his boss.

* CharacterTics: As befitting his species, he has a tendency to mimic whatever gestures or actions his boss Serris is doing, which often extends to repeating what Serris has said, but worded differently. Sometimes the Seperior is annoyed by this, while at other times he doesn't seem to care.
* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: It's practically a VerbalTic of his to restate, re-issue, repeat various items, examples, terms of speech in different, alternative, colourful ways to further emphasise, highlight, hammer in his points.
* DramaQueen: He makes Serris look positively ''restrained'' by comparison. Very few of his sentences end in anything other than an exclamation mark.
* ALizardNamedLiz: 'Sudeaux' being just 'Sudo' with [[AsLongAsItSoundsForeign a faux-French spelling.]]
* NeatFreak: His defining character trait; he seems to despise 'dirty, splinter-filled' trees in particular and resents being part of a species who have been forced to mimic them just to survive, hence his desire for order and civilisation. This is what lead him to work for Serris in the first place, since they largely desired the same thing.
* NumberTwo: To Serris.
* SarcasmBlind: He's first introduced rushing over to the rest of the group, desperately trying to find Serris. When Andy sarcastically tells him that he's buried alive under the Sudowoodo's feet, he takes him at his word and frantically begins digging.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Lars (Hakamo-O)]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/PresidentStalkeyes
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=145#3624 Page 145]]

A traveling fighter, the son of Chairgon Merqury and a recurring rival to the party, especially PJ. Lars first appeared as the leader of a trio of Fighting-Type Pokemon the group encounters shortly after their training just outside Orichalcum, alongside Max and Bash. The three were mercenaries searching for rumoured ex-humans to beat them up for a currently unknown reason, and the others trick them into wasting time in Orichalcum to prepare for a battle against them. Lars ultimately suffers defeat and is abandoned.

After his humiliating defeat, Lars' throat gets crushed by Kapitani Khmalidze - the one who hired him - for his failure and seemingly disappears from the story. He wasn't through with the humans yet, however; he spends the next few days training before tracking them down to a Silversand bar on Page 354, demanding a rematch. [[TookALevelInBadass He proves to be a much tougher opponent]], but is defeated again regardless. He later makes a cameo in Hoard, where he's shown interacting with his father for the first and last time.

The next time he appears, he's seeking out Kojo, Bash's old master, in the hopes of training to help him in his eventual third encounter with the party, but leaves empty-handed after suffering a brief panic attack.

* AchillesHeel: During the second fight with him, his neck - where he was literally crushed under Khmalidze's heel and wears a cushioned neckband to protect it - is this. He's ultimately defeated when Jani [[AttackItsWeakPoint strikes this area]], completely by chance.
* ArrogantKungFuGuy: A part Fighting-Type Pokemon that spends most of his appearance [[TrashTalk Trash Talking]] and/or generally insulting people? Definitely. Though it turns out that he'll abruptly drop the act when faced with a sufficient show of force; at least before his CharacterDevelopment, whereupon he becomes a straighter example.
* BloodKnight: Relishes the opportunity to fight some humans, having heard they're all planet-destroying badasses, and scoffs at Finley's pacifism. It gets to the point that he admits that he always wanted to defeat the party and any reasons for doing so are simply excuses.
* BoozeBasedBuff: Or rather, KlatchianCoffee-based buff. After taking a sock to the jaw, he quickly downs a whole bottle of Serris' R-Soda, numbing the pain and giving him a temporary level boost so he can keep fighting, [[HoistByHisOwnPetard but this also leads to him getting hyper and easily distracted, opening him up for an attack.]]
* CatchPhrase: ''"The name's Lars, son of Merqury! Remember that name!"'' Becomes a SubvertedCatchPhrase when he introduces himself to Kojo - he begins saying it but flounders and stops half-way, perhaps realising that it wasn't the right occasion.
* DirtyCoward: For all his boasting, he still backs down in the face of those he knows are stronger than he is, such as Max and Bash when they're getting tired of his attitude. He later abandons his partners and sells out his employer in an attempt to save his own scales. [[CharacterisationMarchesOn He gets better about this during his later appearances.]]
* FragileSpeedster: Is this during his second encounter; he evades or blocks almost all attacks thrown at him and defeats Guy, a ''[[MightyGlacier Snorlax]]'', through DeathOfAThousandCuts, but it only takes two well-placed hits to put him out of commission.
* GenreSavvy: Surprisingly enough, he actually learns from his mistakes and comes prepared for his second encounter. He makes a point of not rushing into things like an idiot or getting distracted, as both contributed to his literal downfall. He also learns a projectile attack and Bullet Punch, an offensive Steel-type move[[note]]Which Hakamo-o can't actually learn in canon, but this was [[RuleOfDrama overlooked for the sake of drama]][[/note]], [[ElementalRockPaperScissors specifically to counter PJ's Fairy typing]] - though he never actually gets to use it against PJ.
* ItsPersonal: Unlike his first encounter with the party, his second encounter was motivated entirely by his desire for revenge for being, in his eyes, cheated out of a fair fight. [[YouKilledMyFather Flares up even further after he finds out that the party was complicit in his father's death.]]
* LeeroyJenkins: How he got defeated during his first fight with the party; he charged at Jani, [[EpicFail running straight into a pit trap she had set up]], and spent pretty much the entire fight trapped down there - getting pelted with Fairy Wind by PJ - while his hired muscle did all the actual fighting. {{Averted}} during his second encounter, however.
* RoyalBrat: Subverted. He's the son of Merqury, the Chairgon, or the 'Merchant King' of Hoard - [[IAmXSonOfY as he's likely to remind you.]] Technically not royalty, but comes with all the trappings otherwise.
* TheBusCameBack: Seemed to vanish from the story for good after his first defeat, but unexpectedly returned 173 pages later, thirsty for vengeance.
* TookALevelInBadass: After making a complete hash of his first fight, he challenges the party to a rematch 173 pages and a considerable amount of 'self-improvement' later. To demonstrate this, he re-introduces himself to the party by ''[[DynamicEntry beating up a Conkeldurr bouncer and kicking him through a door with minimal effort]]''. In the ensuing fight, he proves much more of a threat, and ''succeeds'' in knocking out Guy before being defeated again.
* WellDoneSonGuy: He wants nothing more than to impress his father, Merqury, even though said father barely acknowledges he exists, and outright calls him a 'mistake' to his face. His inability to do so before Merqury's death becomes a major sore spot for him, feeling as though his 'reason for being' was taken from him.
* VillainousBreakdown: Suffers a brief one after his meeting with Kojo, when he considers the possibility that he may have contracted the Viral Aggression and thus may be indirectly responsible for his father's death. After a short panic attack, he resolves to seek out the party anyway, implicitly in the hopes that it may alleviate some of the damage and put his mind at ease.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Max and Bash]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/PresidentStalkeyes
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=145#3617 Page 145]]

A pair of aspiring fighting experts that took on 'thug work' to pay the bills. Initially introduced as Lars' hired muscle, they later pull a HeelFaceTurn and abandon him. They later show up in Hoard by themselves, intending to make a name for themselves in the legitimate fighting circuit at the Hardcheese Amateur Tournament. Max is later revealed to be good friends with Goobert and Delilah's friend Marsha, having grown up in the same neighbourhood in Silversand.

!!The Two Together:
* BigThinShortTrio: With Lars; Max, Bash, and Lars, respectively.
* DefeatMeansFriendship: After they and Lars get their arses kicked, they decide fighting the party isn't worth it, pulling an undeclared HeelFaceTurn before [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere leaving Lars on his own.]]
* LikeAnOldMarriedCouple: Very frequently bicker with each other, with the added absurdity of only Max's side of the argument being heard.
* PlatonicLifePartners: They're not romantically involved, but are very close to each other nonetheless.
* PunchClockVillain: When doing 'thug work'; they only seemed to care about getting paid and harboured no ill-will towards the party, or anyone else they butted heads with.
* RedOniBlueOni: Bash is red, Max is blue - [[VisualPun literally, even.]] This is reflected in their respective approaches to battle; Bash prefers speed, aggression and [[ConfusionFu psyching out the opponent]], Max prefers to play the waiting game and strategically tank hits, scoring [[VictoryByEndurance victories by endurance.]]
* ReformedCriminal: After spending time doing 'thug work' due to financial difficulties, they aspire to abandon this line of work and go legit.
* TerribleTrio: With Lars; they fit the basic pattern of 'a Boss and two Henchman very physically different from the Boss', but subverted in that they're treated as a legitimate threat at first, and the ''Boss'' is the bumbling one who has to be kept in check by his Henchmen, not the other way around.
* TheWorfEffect: They were considered minibosses in their first appearance, but get thoroughly trounced in the TournamentArc in Hoard.

!!Max (Machoke):
* AffablyEvil: When she was still an antagonist, since she was OnlyInItForTheMoney. She was the nicest member of Lars' crew, assuring the party that they're not there to kill anyone, [[FalseReassurance just maim or seriously injure]]. Later, she apologises to Teller for the trouble Lars causes at his bar and offers him a tip as compensation, knowing that Lars would go back on the deal he made. This later gets a CallBack when she compensates the dojo in Hoard for all the training dummies she destroyed following a massive freak-out on her part.
* BerserkButton: Suggesting she's DumbMuscle. This later turns out to be due to a sense of insecurity when comparing herself to her friend Marsha, who was much better than her intellectually as kids. She even confesses to Marsha that she always felt she had 'more muscles than brains'.
* BrooklynRage: She speaks with a thick New York accent, as part of her {{Expy}} status. Marsha has the same accent, presumably making it common to their shared neighbourhood in Silversand.
* {{Determinator}}: In her fight with Guy, she bears through being poisoned and burned simultaneously, and goes down wrapped tightly around Guy's neck, hoping to knock him out before she was knocked out herself.
* {{Expy}}: Is essentially a [[GenderFlip Gender-Flipped]] version of [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIII Alex]]. She even uses some of his moves and [[CatchPhrase Catch Phrases]].
* GenderBlenderName: 'Max' is short for 'Maxine'.
* HeroicBSOD: After Bash gets brutally beaten and possibly crippled in his tournament bout, she goes crazy and destroys an entire dojo's worth of training dummies until she's too exhausted to continue. She recovered from it by the time Nyquil runs into her, however.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: She orders Bash to stand down after it becomes obvious the two of them can't defeat the entire party by themselves.
* WrestlerInAllOfUs: For her, a Seismic Toss is five German Suplexes in a row.

!!Bash (Blaziken):
* BloodKnight: A [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] example compared to, say, Lars; he's clearly quite disappointed upon learning he'll have to surrender to the party during their first encounter, but doesn't object.
* CareerEndingInjury: Subverted with his brutal loss against 'La Cuchilla' in the tournament. While it's implied he'll eventually recover, it'll clearly take a long time, possibly beyond the scope of the RP.
* CerebusRetcon: The source of his '[[PokemonSpeak speech impediment]]'. Initially an amusing quirk, it's later revealed to be the end result of a nasty encounter he had with a Psychic legendary, implying that the Psychic inflicted ''permanent brain damage'' on him.
* EccentricMentor: He chooses to teach Nyquil how to use Flame Charge, and briefly falls into this due to the language barrier between the two forcing him to communicate entirely in graphs carved onto the wall of his hotel room.
* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: He wears a [[FashionVictimVillain flame-patterned bowling shirt with the buttons open]], and nothing else.
* HotBlooded: Fittingly enough, he has a much more enthusiastic and energetic approach to everything than the more cautious Max.
* GenreSavvy: Zig-Zagged. Better demonstrated during his first appearance, where correctly deduces that the first, supposedly 'mistaken' set of directions the party gives is the correct one, and the subsequent 'corrections' are actually attempts to mislead them, and when they return to the party's location, he's the first one to realise that Jani is attempting to lead them into a trap. During his appearance in Hoard, however, [[WrongGenreSavvy it becomes apparent that he's not infallible]]; he exhausts himself training, gets complacent against his type-disadvantaged opponent in the tournament, and winds up suffering a painful CurbStompBattle at her hands.
* NoodleIncident: Besides the above-mentioned Psychic encounter, there's also the source of the nickname that his master Kojo gave him - 'Bashamo the Eggshell-Walker'.
* PokemonSpeak: Is so far the ''only'' character in the RP to play this straight, though with a slight twist as he can only say his species' ''Japanese'' name: Bashāmo. Max is the only one who can demonstrably understand him, and as such has to 'translate' everything he says. It's implied that his master Kojo could understand him as well.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Voxno (Unown)]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:Excited by @/{{Daydre}}, others from Bulbagarden]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=174#4344 Page 174]] (hinted on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=155#3870 Page 155]])

Chief Investigator of the Guild of Orichalcum, Voxno is an Unown who conducts various investigations for the guild. It is a rare Unown, capable of shifting between the letters but only doing so when its mood changes. It initially encounters the party after their last night staying with Frau, but is introduced at Teller's bar before Lars' crew battles the party.

* TheBusCameBack: Before the Hoard arc, Voxno returned -- originally intended to spy on the party, but went against orders.
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: It used to be that Voxno could only ask a question in Unown-? form. Then the player started coming up with loopholes, like interrobangs for Unown-!. Then she just outright deprecated it, as it derailed pretty much any encounter.
* ExpositionFairy: Ends up being this for the Yamaropu arc and damn well nearly devolves into this for the second part. Voxno's player took it out of focus for a bit to avoid leading it the party again -- it's just an ordinary companion in the after-Silversand arc.
* {{Expy}}: Given the wide range of personalities for Voxno, many forms emulate a specific character:
** TheSpock: Unown-V is essentially like a ''Franchise/StarTrek'' Vulcan. Comes with SpockSpeak (plus CannotUseContractions), and most MrExposition happens in this form.
** GenkiGirl: Unown-! is more or less [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Pinkie Pie]] toned down a little. Can be a bit [[TheDitz ditzy]], and though knowledgeable may be an UnreliableNarrator at times. Is a simple [[TheNicknamer nicknamer]], coming up with cutesy and intuitive names for other guild members.
** RhymesOnADime: Unown-? isn't based on anyone, but rhymes and [[ConstantlyCurious always asks questions]]. Also uses it to give a NonAnswer by answering with a question. '''Deprecated''' around post 9800 or so...it'll only be used when Voxno ''wants'' to be cryptic.
** TheNapoleon: Rotated Unown-K is essentially this, acting on presumed authority, [[EmphasizeEVERYTHING using LOTS of EMPHASIS]], though coming across as kinda petulant.
** TheSociopath: Evil Unown-W form, only brought on by the [[HatePlague Viral Aggression]], resembles any cold-hearted killer that doesn't have some kink to go along with it. Chara is a good recent example, though Unown-W is a bit less extreme.
** TheEeyore: Voxno-L is a self-reinforcing depressive who has trouble concentrating (and a mild form of PowerIncontinence) while struggling to pull itself out of said funk. There's no wonder that Voxno learned to bury that personality...and was successful at it for many years. Guilt over putting the infected humanmons in harm's way and Jani's [[AloneInACrowd almost-BSOD]] brought it to the surface.
** SentimentalDrunk: Drunken Unown-N form, Voxno's always a happy drunk, but dumb as a post. As an high ranking investigator and an agent of the guild, this is easy Voxno's greatest liability when it comes to forms, which is why Voxno rarely drinks.
* HyperAwareness: Goes for most forms (except L, and maybe N) given Voxno's twenty years as an investigator. Was DoubleSubverted when Voxno-N, the drunken form, figured out who transformed Maran was. Voxno-N first cited a birthmark that doesn't exist, admitting that it just guessed, but then pointed out that such an inexpensive inn couldn't afford to hire many employees and that's what gave it away, which is true to form for Vox.
* InvoluntaryShapeshifter: It can ''only'' shift into other Unown shapes, and it tends to be involuntary -- reflecting its mood and tone.
* PunnyName: Voxno is ''almost'' a one character increment/decrement mix of Unown. That would actually be Vonxo, which is secretly the Unown's actual name, but it goes by "Voxno" because no one around it could properly pronounce its name, so it just rolled with it.
* PutOnABus: Twice now...first, when party headed to Manaphy's Castle, second after the Hoard arc.
* ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight: The normal guild protocol for handling [[HatePlague Viral Aggression]] victims is quarantine. Voxno takes issue with this, and requests reconnaissance duty after suspecting some of the party is infected so that it can protect them from being pursued by the guild for quarantine.
* SplitPersonality: Downplayed, and of the "sharing memory" variety. To the outside observer, it can easily seem like it has multiple personalities. In reality, it simply makes abnormally drastic shifts in tone on a dime.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Andy's "Gang"]]
!! Princess (Leavanny)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=183#4564 Page 183]]

A Leavanny who claims to be Andy's daughter, though in actuality is the daughter of Paula, one of Andy's former companions.

!!Bud (Machoke)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=183#4564 Page 183]]

One of Andy's gang, and the adoptive father of Princess.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Minor Characters - Road and Silversand Residents]]
!!Rilla (Wigglytuff)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=182#4530 Page 182]]

Waitress at a restaurant the gang stopped at en route to Silversand.

!!Restaurant Bouncers
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=183#4574 Page 183]]

Gene (Infernape), Dodie (Venusaur), and Cole (Emboar) who monitored the potential conflict between the humanmons and Andy's gang and later are interviewed by Voxno about potentially [=VA-fueled=] conflicts around the restaurant on the road.

!!Hotoke (Froslass)
->'''Played by''': @/{{PresidentStalkeyes}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=189#4710 Page 189]]

Tried to sell the group ice, then (more successfully) sold them some of Serris' berry sodas.

!!Ariane (Midday Lycanroc)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Daydre}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=191#4770 Page 191]]

Guild leader of the Silversand branch.

!!Raumati (Alolan Marowak)
->'''Played by''': @/{{PresidentStalkeyes}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=191#4756 Page 191]]

Husband of Hotoke.

!!First Responders
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=196#4896 Page 196]]

Blissey, Excadrill, and Blastoise (Thomas) who serve as paramedic, access demolition, and firefighter respectively.

!!Silversand Police Department
->'''Played by''': @/{{PresidentStalkeyes}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=197#4912 Page 197]]

Hard-boiled officers that managed the crime scene after the Delcatty mauled Jani, and later appeared to attempt to stop the possessed Gloria rampaging across town [[CurbStompBattle (and failed)]]. Mostly Electabuzz and Electivire, with some Eelektriks, Eelektross, Emolgas and Magnezones as special response units.

!!Kevin (Wartortle)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=196#4898 Page 196]]

Son of first responder Thomas, who is learning firefighting and paramedic skills.

!!Eyedol (Meowth) and Bolda (Golem)
->'''Played by''': @/{{PresidentStalkeyes}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=213#5307 Page 213]]

A pair of [[ConArtist con artists]] living in the Silversand slums. They attempt to scam some money out of the party by pretending to be a noble bodyguard-for-hire called Fool's Gold, and Stone Rose, a savage criminal for him to defeat, respectively, but the party prove too smart for them.

* EyepatchOfPower: Subverted; Eyedol wears an eyepatch and isn't threatening at all.
* FakeBrit: Eyedol is an in-universe subversion. He normally speaks in a thick [[UsefulNotes/BritishAccents Scouse]] accent, but puts on a stereotypical RP accent when assuming the role of 'Fool's Gold'. Both of these are British accents.
* GentleGiant: Bolda, who in contrast to her monstrous appearance, is soft-spoken, forgetful, and self-deprecating.
* IneffectualSympatheticVillain: Arguably. It's not made clear if they do what they do to get by or if they just enjoy scamming tourists, but the party seems to take pity on them; both for being terrible con artists, and because they get scared off by Voxno's terrifying Viral Aggression form.
* LargeHam: This sort of acting ultimately foils their con; Eyedol as 'Fool's Gold' puts on an overly loud and melodramatic performance, while Bolda as Stone Rose tries ''way'' too hard to look like a snarling, savage monster, and utterly fails because of her total inability to actually ''be'' monstrous.
* MeaningfulName: Eyedol's alias, Fool's Gold, is a reference to the coins generated by Meowth's SignatureMove, Pay Day. This is even Lampshaded by Eyedol, who hoped to invoke RefugeInAudacity.
* PunnyName: Eyedol - Idol, in reference to his eyepatch and the 'False Idol'. Bolda - Boulder, of course.
* ShoutOut: Their aliases are references to Music/TheStoneRoses. Eyedol, meanwhile, shares his name with the boss of the original ''VideoGame/KillerInstinct''.

!!Jessica (Cinccino) and child (Minccino)
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jess_and_child.jpg]]
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=216#5390 Page 216]]

An employee of the guild who lives in the slums, along with her child.

* DissonantSerenity: In a part of the slums where the party was expecting a battle, they ended up being a very sane and calming duo in the otherwise insane slums.

!!Gloria (Chansey)
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->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}} (normal) and Tropers/{{sarysa}} (possessed by Yamaropu)
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=224#5579 Page 224]]

The receptionist at the hospital in Silversand. Kindly and a bit headstrong, she spends much of her debut appearance being possessed by Yamaropu.

* BerserkButton: Flips out once she learns that she was "body-snatched" by Yamaropu.
* ChekhovsGunman: First appears as just a hospital employee confused by everyone rushing into the hospital after the botched journey into the slums before eventually falling victim to Yamaropu.
* DemonicPossession: A victim of this by Yamaropu the Dusknoir.

!!Agents of S.W.O.R.D.S.
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=239#5951 Page 239]] (mentioned on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=219#5460 Page 219]])

Potsa (Pigeot), an unnamed Wigglytuff, and an unnamed Conkeldurr who work for the Swords of Justice. After a little spat with the local police, they are granted custody of Yamaropu by the town mayor, and take him off to quarantine at locations unknown.

!!Mayor Cygnot (Swanna)
->'''Played by''': @/{{PresidentStalkeyes}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=240#5977 Page 240]]

The chipper and optimistic Mayor of Silversand Town, who shows up once Yamaropu has been neutralised to authorise the Swords Of Justice's acquisition of his unconscious body for their research.

!!Woodruff (Furret)
->'''Played by''': @/BlackMageAnolis
->'''Debut:''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=207#5155 Page 207]]

Runs the front desk at the Windswept Inn. He'll occasionally sneak off to go swimming, and Eliot meets him in his usual swimming spot after PJ absconds in anger from the guild hall. Later that night, he inadvertently helps Perigo hide from the guild members out searching for him.
* DisappearedDad[=/=]MissingMom: His parents, even during the night, are nowhere to be seen, despite his narration stating that the house he's staying in is his parents'.
* {{Escapism}}: His swimming.
* WiseBeyondHisYears: In his earlier years, if his childhood talk with Koss is anything to go by.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: The Goo Crew/Goop Troop]]
A group of three (later four) Pokémon that Goobert befriends when the party reaches Silversand. The three of them tag along with Goobert when he rejoins the party after taking a breather to make a place for himself in Silversand, and are later joined by a fourth member in Agartha.

!!Tropes applying to multiple characters:

* FreudianTrio: In most circumstances, Marsha is the Id, Delilah is the Superego, and Benji is the Ego.
* UndyingLoyalty: After Marsha makes a promise to Finley to have Goobert's back whenever he's away from the party, the three of them eventually gain this towards Goobert, to the point of staying by his side when he rejoins the party. (Impressive considering that they've only known each other for just over a week by the time they and Goobert join the party.)

!!Marsha (Swampert)
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/marsha_swampert_vector_c.png]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=189#4716 Page 189]]

A somewhat surly but out-going Swampert who is Benji's sister and a lifeguard on the beach in Silversand; beleaguered by certain pranksters misbehaving and being upstaged by Delilah. She and Marlon eventually fall for each other.

* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Is implied to have been a well-respected lifeguard until Delilah was hired, leaving her now sitting around bored as Delilah takes on all legitimate rescues before she can.
* BigSisterInstinct: Is generally very protective of Benji. She journeys to the Castle of Coral with everyone else when she learns that Benji is imprisoned down there along with the rest of the ''Shifter'' crew. (As well as Goobert's body, which, at the time, was inhabited by Belle after a FreakyFridayFlip.) When Benji is mistakenly kidnapped during the Argatha arc, she wastes no time in volunteering to help find him. She eventually reveals to Marlon that she is afraid to see Benji leave for good.
* BrooklynRage: Speaks in this sort of accent, though it isn't nearly as pronounced as her friend Maxine.
* ChildhoodFriends: Is eventually revealed to have been this with Maxine the Machoke. They meet again in Hoard.
* FlowerInHerHair: Although she doesn't actually have any hair.
* HiddenDepths: Her horror at the riots in Silversand during the fight with Yamaropu and possibly having to abandon it during said event suggests a strong emotional attachment to the town, normally hidden by her surly demeanor.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: A bit surly and loud-mouthed, but still a relatively friendly person when she's in a good mood.
* NamesTheSame: Shares a name with Lady Castien. This leads to things getting confusing when the two meet.
* TheNapoleon: Marsha is shorter than usual for a Swampert (only being about 3' 11'') and loud-mouthed at times. (Though this is balanced out by her [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold genuinely good nature]].)
* TheNicknamer: Refers to nearly everyone she meets or hangs out with by some sort of nickname.
* VitriolicBestBuds: Her relationship with Delilah is more-or-less along the lines of this. It gets more nuanced as time goes on.
* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: It's implied that she has a near-crippling fear of Gyarados and being eaten by one when the party faces the squad guarding the entrance to the Castle of Coral.

!!Delilah (Garchomp/Dragonite)
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/delilah_garchomp_vector_d.png]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/delilah_dragonite_whabp_v_c.png]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=191#4766 Page 191]]

A kindly but somewhat sensitive Garchomp that Goobert has the hots for, eventually becoming Goobert's girlfriend. She is turned into a Dragonite during the Wonder Orbs arc.

* BettyAndVeronica: Is the Betty to Cyk's Veronica in the Goobert/Cyk/Delilah LoveTriangle.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Delilah started off as a somewhat generic NiceGirl archetype before eventually becoming a FragileFlower haunted by a DarkAndTroubledPast.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Eventually, it's revealed that Delilah has a troubled history with Mega Evolution to say the least. The first (and, as it turns out, the last) time she attempted to do so was when she used her mother's own Garchompite to Mega Evolve without asking. Unprepared for the transformation, [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity Delilah went crazy]] and wound up attacking and crippling her mother when she attempted to help Delilah. Afterwards, Delilah swore she'd never Mega Evolve (or even battle) again and dedicated herself to helping people instead of hurting them, leading to her becoming a lifeguard.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Delilah buys a red swimsuit in Hoard and takes to wearing it most of the time.
* LoveEpiphany: Her concern for the well-being of Goobert after he accidentally poisons himself leads to one of these, as she reveals to Goobert as he recovers.
* NiceGirl: A fairly calm and friendly individual. She takes Goobert's initial discomfort with pursuing a relationship with her in stride.
* InnocentlyInsensitive: To Marsha at times.
* ShoutOut: With her job as a co-lifeguard to Marsha and the red one-piece swimsuit she begins wearing as of the Hoard arc, Delilah has become a walking ''Series/{{Baywatch}}'' reference.
* StepfordSmiler: It's hinted occasionally that she seems to have repressed memories of a past incident involving Mega Evolution, considering her discomfort with the concept and frequent urges for Goobert and Marlon to be careful with them. It's eventually revealed that the last time Delilah attempted to Mega Evolve, she went crazy and nearly killed her own mother.
* VitriolicBestBuds: While mostly patient with Marsha, she does occasionally get a bit tired of Marsha's loud-mouth.

!!Benji (Ditto)
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[[caption-width-right:100:Benji's Swampert form]]
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[[caption-width-right:100:Benji's Noivern "Marjorie" form]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=252#6276 Page 252]]

Marsha's adopted Ditto sibling who owns and rents out a pontoon boat known as the ''Shifter'' at the Silversand marina. While he is a Ditto, he defaults to the form of a male Swampert, though he occasionally takes the form of a female Noivern named Marjorie as well. He's very out-going and friendly, though sometimes these two aspects of himself get him in trouble. He adopts a quieter, more demure personality as Marjorie.

* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Is implied to be this to Marsha, as when she finally meets him after the resolution of the body-swap between Goobert and Belle, she implies that this is far from the first scrape she's had to bail him out of.
* BenevolentBoss: Already a pretty nice guy, he takes Goobert and Mookie's gang under his wing, and all parties seem to enjoy working for him.
* CharacterTics: Instinctively morphs into every new person he meets...much like wild Dittos who have the Imposter ability do in the games.
* DoorstopBaby: How Benji (as an infant Mudkip) was first found by Marsha's family.
* DistressedDude: Gets kidnapped along with Finley and Mila during the Agartha arc after being mistaken for an Electric-type Pokémon, being in the form of a Lanturn at the time of his abduction. (He is injured and knocked unconscious in the process.)
* InnocentlyInsensitive: Has a track record of impulsively making assumptions about people without knowing enough about them, as revealed in Hoard when he mistakes Fan's aversion to revealing that she's a Ditto to mean that she's just timid about transforming in front of people.
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Has very little memory of anything about his life before becoming Benji. It's implied that he didn't even remember being a Ditto when he was originally found by Marsha and her family, as he is every bit as shocked as everyone else the first time he transforms in front of everyone.
* LethalChef: Attempts to help Jani/Milly's dad Doug cook during the Agartha arc with disastrous results, including accidentally creating [[FireBreathingDiner explosively spicy pancakes]] for breakfast after absent-mindedly putting a Tamato Berry in the batter.
* {{Meido}}: Benji's Marjorie persona could be described as this.
* ThePrankster: Likes to use his shapeshifting to pull well-intentioned pranks on his fellow Pokémon. This occasionally backfires on him, if Winifred's story about how a prank he pulled ruined her life is to be believed.
* ShapeshifterDefaultForm: Prefers the form of a Swampert (like his sister) to his standard form. He later chooses a female Noivern form as a secondary form in Hoard (who he names Marjorie in Agartha), as well as a Marlon-lookalike Gallade, but he predominately prefers his Swampert form.
* ShrinkingViolet: Revealed to have been this as a kid via a flashback, being very embarrassed when he transformed in front of people. He grew to become less self-conscious about his status as a Ditto and more confident in himself overall over time, and now freely shape-shifts in front of everyone.
* VerbalTic: Two. He calls everyone "kid", just sayin'...
* VoluntaryShapeshifting: As a Ditto.

!!Dinah (Krokorok)
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->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=872#21786 Page 872]]

A bookish Krokorok resident of Agartha who meets Benji during the kidnapping arc and winds up witnessing his kidnapping. She winds up caught up in the kidnapping mess and joins the crew in looking for Benji, Finley, and Mila. Afterwards, she continues sticking around Benji and the two later fall for each other.

* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Wears glasses.
* BadDreams: The party finds out when Dinah stays at the mayor's house the night after the kidnapping incident that Dinah is prone to these, thanks to her crippling fear of her or someone else being eaten by another Pokémon.
* {{Bookworm}}: Dinah loves reading and spends much of her free time doing so.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: It is hinted occasionally that Dinah suffers from one of these, and it is heavily implied to be the source of her many nightmares. The full details of her past are yet to be disclosed in-universe.
* GuestStarPartyMember: She joins the party in their search for the kidnapped party members, partially because she feels it's necessary for her to be there as she was a witness to one of the kidnappings, and partially because she wants to meet Benji again (being fascinated by the fact that she's a Ditto). After this is all said and done, she becomes a SixthRanger in Goobert's circle of friends.
* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: Also wears a purple blouse.
* {{Meganekko}}: A quiet bespectacled Krokorok who enjoys reading.
* TeamMom: All in all is the most calm and level-headed member of the group not counting Goobert himself and Marlon. She also seems fairly comfortable around kids such as Lucy (Riolu).
* SixthRanger: Dinah is not a resident of Silversand (thus was not part of Goobert's circle of friends there) and first meet the party much farther into the story when they visit Agartha, ultimately joining the Goo Crew afterwards after befriending (and eventually falling in love with) Benji.
* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Victreebel seems to really take the cake for Dinah, to the point of her having nightmares about them and being unable to finish reading a book when a page spread had a drawing of one on it.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Kapitani Khmalidze (Bisharp)]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/PresidentStalkeyes
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=178#4441 Page 178]]

A female Bisharp who leads the Pawniarmy, described as the largest [[PrivateMilitaryContractors private army]] on the island. Was revealed to be hunting the party on behalf of an unknown client, and - reluctantly - subcontracted Lars for this purpose. She later appears in Hoard, where she butts heads with Merqury over a supposed conflict of interests in her role as chief of Hoard's security contingent, and is revealed to have secretly entered the Hardcheese Amateur Tournament to 'test' its contestants.

* CharlieBrownFromOuttaTown: She participates in the tournament in the guise of 'La Cuchilla', [[PaperThinDisguise even though she makes no attempt to change her distinctive body shape, only wearing a face-concealing faceplate and an ornamental mohawk over her ponytail, and covering up her Pawniarmy rank emblems with some kind of tape.]] Naturally, the announcers almost instantly recognise her.
* DoubleAgent: Seems to be playing both sides in the underground conflict between Ripley and Merqury; she's one of Ripley's co-conspirators, but still sends her troops to capture Fan on Merqury's orders.
* TheDragon: Is this to her currently unknown employer.
* GenreSavvy: She seems to have a working knowledge of both type mechanics and tropes, almost referring to the ApocalypticLog trope by name.
* [[GratuitousForeignLanguage Gratuitous Georgian]]: 'Kapitani' is her official rank, and is Georgian for 'Captain', even though everyone else in the Pawniarmy has English-language ranks.
* LawfulEvil: Her comments to Lars regarding her admiration for his father's order paints her as this, as she's still crushing his windpipe while saying it.
* LoyalToThePosition: Lars claims she has no ambitions of her own and is always happy working for someone else; though time will only tell if he's right.
* MythologyGag: The name of her tournament alter-ego, 'La Cuchilla', was her original name before she was retconned to be Georgian instead of Spanish.
* ScrewTheRulesIMakeThem: It's implied she gets away with being needlessly brutal against Bash in their tournament bout because of this.
* ShoutOut: She borrows a few of her moves from FightingGame characters. One of her Payback variations is described similarly to [[{{VideoGame/Tekken}} Sergei Dragunov]]'s Stiletto kick. In addition, her Pursuit attack is [[{{Franchise/StreetFighter}} M. Bison]]'s Double Knee Press, and her Aerial Ace is [[VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters Rugal Bernstein]]'s Genocide Cutter.
* WillfullyWeak: She fights Bash [[WithMyHandsTied with her hands behind her back at almost all times]], never using her blades, and ''still'' serves him a CurbStompBattle.
* WrestlerInAllOfUs: She finishes Bash off by Powerbombing him into the floor.
* YouHaveFailedMe: Pulls this on Lars after he gets brought to her; she doesn't kill him, but she ''does'' [[ColdBloodedTorture crush his neck under her heel to teach him a lesson]]. It helps that [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech she makes it clear she never liked him or wanted to bring him on board in the first place.]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Pawniarmy]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/pokemon_metal_type_symbol_stencil_thumb.jpg]]
->'''Played by''': Various
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=178#4441 Page 178]]

The aforementioned 'largest private army on the island', with Kapitani Khmalidze as its leader. Grew out of a humble Pawniard pack and mostly consists of Pawniards, but is open to all species. All of its members thus far are assorted Steel-types, including Magnezones, Aggrons, Skarmories and Beldums.

* LawEnforcementInc: As detailed on the main page, they function as the police in Hoard.
* MauveShirt: A few noteworthy Pawniard troopers receive some degree of individual characterisation, mostly high-ranking ones that receive a lot of 'screentime', such as the [[MookLieutenant Sergeant-Major]] in charge of the containment zone surrounding Hoard.
* {{Mooks}}: PlayedWith somewhat; they'd likely be nothing more than fodder for the average action game protagonist, but the player characters, experienced in battle they may be, are anything but - not to mention, they'd be facing a literal ''army''. This is best demonstrated during the encounter at Fan's apartment, where even a small squad of rank-and-file Pawniard troopers pose enough of a threat to Eliot and Mila that they have to rely on subterfuge and misdirection to come out in one piece, and Mila still gets a gash across the chest for her troubles.
* PrivateMilitaryContractors: The only permanent loyalty they have is to Kapitani Khmalidze, and will otherwise work for whoever pays.
* RealityEnsues: They receive mental training which lets even basic soldiers NoSell mind-altering moves such as Attract and Hypnosis; a perfectly sensible thing for them to do, considering that such tricks are common knowledge and can be learned by just about anyone.
* ShoutOut: The leader of a recurring trio of Pawniard guards has to delegate note-taking to his second-in-command, but must still read it back, and the third member does nothing but watch the other two. This is a slightly obtuse reference to a popular [[RussianHumor Russian joke]], unchanged since Soviet times: ''why do police officers come in groups of three? One to read, one to write, and one to keep an eye on the two dangerous intellectuals''.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Perigo (Delcatty)]]
->'''Played by''': {{@/Beverly}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=188#4696 Page 188]] (mentioned on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=180#4496 Page 180]])

A serial killer that initially terrorized the village of Milklett, and then attacked the party at Silversand. Despite being new to the town of Silversand, it's implied he already has quite the bodycount there. He also makes small appearances in Hoard, but does nothing too noteworthy in the city.

* BewareTheQuietOnes: He mostly thinks to himself, only talking when needed. He's also an incredibly deadly killer.
* CatsAreMean: Being a serial killer ''and'' a cat leads up to this trope.
* {{Expy}}: Of Yoshikage Kira from ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureDiamondIsUnbreakable.'' Down to his blank personality and killer tendencies. Even the fact he's a Delcatty is a reference to Kira's affiliation with cats.
* FalseInnocenceTrick: Pulls this on Woodruff after he escapes from the group.
* LeaveNoWitnesses: At least, he tries to do this, but failed to kill Jani and Dana.
* ManBitesMan: He eventually takes out Jani by biting her on the face as hard as he could.
* OverarchingVillain: Only comparable to Belladonna so far, Perigo is the most frequently appearing villain as of writing, appearing arc after arc.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Yamaropu (Dusknoir)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=229#5712 Page 229]]

Yamaropu is the BigBad of the Silversand arc, and is the "vector" for the Viral Aggression in Silversand Town. Boss graphic (3D Zelda style) can be found here: [[http://www.mobilemmo.org/bossified_dusknoir_by_jc1810brokenlight.png HQ]] [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/bossified_dusknoir_by_jc1810brokenlight_500w.png LQ]]. Backstory in the following note:[[note]]Yamaropu was once a Hariyama who had lived a hard life in the slums, ever since his farm was mysteriously destroyed and he was forced to sell the land for next to nothing. In the growing Silversand resort town, he was an honest, hard working dock laborer who gave a good 25 years of his life to the #1 freight company in town, even rising to foreman. A freak accident with an inexperienced employee resulted in a rebar going straight through one of his eyes, killing him instantly.

As his family had always lived on the edge of the fiscal cliff, the fear of what might happen to them in the event of his demise manifested in his soul returning in the form of a Dusknoir. Clearly, Xerneas had a sick sense of humor when it came to that. He engaged in petty acts of criminality for awhile, with the sole purpose of discretely keeping his family's finances afloat. He never could reveal himself to his family, and eventually they left, no longer able to tolerate what their once quaint village had become, but on such short notice and with such little mention around town that he assumed they were dead.

Over the next two years, bound to the island, Yamaropu's soul remained but his purpose was lost. Around a week before the humanmons arrived, a corrupted woman (species unknown) came along, offering him a chance at vengeance via spreading misery throughout the town...the same town that abandoned him so long ago. It was through this chance meeting that Yamaropu became the vector of the Viral Aggression for Silversand, and he has wasted no time spreading misery and distrust throughout the slums.[[/note]]

* BigBad: Of the Silversand arc. He hints at an even bigger bad of this whole hate plague mess, before collapsing.
* CallingYourAttacks: Does this purely for the sake of intimidation.
* DemonicPossession: Although it's unclear how the Viral Aggression manifests inside him, he did this to a poor Chansey and really allowed her to get beat up before fleeing her body.
* FamilyMan: His devotion to his family brought him back to life, kept him sane for three years, and snapped him out of the [[HatePlague Viral Aggression]].
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: Is this ever a thing. Can shift into an intangible form, but cannot hold it forever. Has some degree of solidity due to the franchise's rules on ghosts. Regardless, he's absolutely able to possess a Chansey, something only done in the anime.
* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: Once it becomes apparent that he was a hard-on-his-luck working man who left his family penniless, and thought they had died.

!!Keiko (Wife) and Mikasa (Daughter)
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]], @/{{sarysa}}
-> '''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=234#5832 Page 234]]

A Hariyama and Makuhita, respectively. As can be surmised, Yamaropu himself used to be a Hariyama as well.

* FriendlyFireproof: Family version -- the duo is not only inherently immune to Yamaropu's miasma, but they could cross into his Trick Room. Even insane, Yamaropu held them close in his heart.
* NotQuiteDead: Yamaropu had assumed his family was dead, when they had merely just moved away.
* WoobieFamily: None of the trio lived a particularly great life.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Swoop Up Your Dreams]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''':

A traveling band who made their debut in Silversand. They consist of Silvia the Primarina (the singer and leader of the group), Ezekiel the Eelektross (electric guitarist), Argos the Aggron (electric keyboarder), Audrey the Tangrowth (drummer and instrument storage), and Octavio the Octillery (dub-stepper and newest member).
[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Mime Family]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''':

A family that consists of a Mr. Mime, a Hypno, and a Mime. Jr.

!!Alejandro (Mr. Mime)

A widowed Mr. Mime who is rather troubled due to his past.

!!Freddy (Hypno)

A Hypno who is the adoptive brother to Alejandro.

!!Angel (Mime Jr.)

A Mime Jr. who is Alejandro's daughter.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dr. Dieter Von Gold (Golduck)]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''':

A mysterious doctor with unknown motives.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Armin (Psyduck)]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''':

A former assistant to Dr. Dieter until they had a falling out.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Malica/Malic (Spiritomb)]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''':

The current assistant to Dr. Dieter.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Rubber Co. Employees and Associates]]
TEMP FILLER NAME, this company was founded by Jani, Hevea, and Lucy -- initially to sell Hevea's carts, but holds the patent on vulcanized rubber and is likely to expand with similar products.

!!Professor B. Hevea (Shiny Bidoof)

->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=263#6553 Page 263]] (teased on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=259#6469 Page 259]])

A rather shy inventor who meets Jani while she's wandering outside Silversand wondering her purpose in life. She unwittingly spills the beans to him about a rather important human technology, vulcanized rubber (necessary for all "fast" modern land vehicles), and end up forming a business partnership.

* GadgeteerGenius: Is not unlike [[Creator/LeonardoDaVinci da Vinci]] -- inventions ahead of his time, but missing key resources to fully realize many of them.
* MeaningfulName: B. Hevea is a reversal of ''Hevea brasiliensis'', the scientific name for the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hevea_brasiliensis rubber tree]]. It also keeps the custom going of Pokemon professors being named after trees, though they don't usually use the scientific name.
* MemeticMutation: The Bidoof's memetic status of being more than what their doofy appearance would suggest had some bearing in this character's species choice. Much like ''WebAnimation/PokemonRusty'' turned Bidoof into a deity, sarysa turned another Bidoof into a scientist. Still somewhat {{adorkable}}, though.
* NoSocialSkills: Played quite straight -- he's nocturnal (albeit normal for a beaver, not so much for sentient beings), shy, and stutters whenever he's not talking about one of his inventions.
* OnlyKnownByInitials: Hevea's first name is never displayed in full...it is simply rendered as B, even in official documents.
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Wiki/TVTropes' limited text colors made it necessary to differentiate Jani and Hevea's colors, both of which would normally be cinnamon. So the author made him shiny... of course RuleOfFunny had a role as well.
* StutterStop: Most of the time, he speaks with a prominent stutter. Its frequency is in tune with his stress levels, though it magically seems to fade away whenever he goes into technical detail about one of his inventions.

!!Lucy (Infernape)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=268#6693 Page 268]]

Owner of a hardware store in Silversand frequented by Hevea. She ends up forming a business relationship with Hevea and Jani.

* MeaningfulName: Lucy is named after the famous ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucy_(Australopithecus) Australopithecus skeleton]]'', perhaps the most famous of the many specimens linking great apes with humans.

!!Mixy (Farfetch'd)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=758#18938 Page 758]]

Not an employee of the company, she is instead the designated courier between the company (mainly Hevea) and the traveling Jani -- a security move implemented since Hoard's issues with disrupted (and allegedly pilfered) mail.

* CanonImmigrant: Originally conceived as AU!Jani, has been adapted as a normal WHABP-native pokémon but with a similar personality and occupation.
* TheDitz: Heavily downplayed, is more simply scatterbrained. She gets unusual names wrong, and relies on her notes to pass on important messages from her clients.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Belle's Family]]
A family of Primarina evolutions who come into focus when Goobert and Belle end up accidentally body swapped by Manaphy, during the Underwater Castle mini-arc.

!!Belle (Primarina)
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->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=286#7135 Page 286]] (Belle's body, Goobert's mind)

A singer who ended up body swapped with Goobert.

* FirstGirlWins: Belle and Bryce were best friends since childhood and eventually fell in love when they got older, though then Winifred the Ditto (taking the form of a Dewgong) came in and became interested in Bryce as well. Bryce ultimately still chose Belle in the end for her more kindhearted and pleasant spirit.
* GoodParents: She and Bryce are heavily suggested to be this to Speedy and Mauveine.
* MusicSoothesTheSavageBeast: Is often called upon to sing for Manaphy to calm him down whenever he has a panic attack.
* ShoutOut: Both she and her husband take their names from the singers of the original pop version of "[[Disney/{{Aladdin}} A Whole New World]]": Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle. In Belle's case, it's the latter.
* SickeninglySweethearts: She and Bryce are this under normal circumstances. Goobert finds this out the hard way when the first thing Bryce does upon seeing who he thinks is Belle is plant a massive kiss on "her".

!!Speedy (Popplio)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=305#7611 Page 305]]

Hyperactive, curious, and oblivious, this eight year old son of Belle ends up being both an exhausting handful and an ice breaker counter to his sister's "bad cop" grilling.

* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: He foils Mauveine's plans to mindscrew the party.
* ConstantlyCurious: In spades. Most people are lucky to get off with only four questions being rapid fired at once from him.
* {{Expy}}: While originally requested to be an expy of Dash from the incredibles, the player never saw that movie so Speedy ended up being a hyper little kid who asks lots of questions.
* {{Keet}}: Is an adorable and hyperactive Popplio.

!!Mauveine (Brionne)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=305#7611 Page 305]]

Sarcastic and skeptical fourteen year old daughter of Belle, who pretty much picks up right away that something wasn't right with her mother. She uses this quick revelation to torment Goobert much of the way.

* BadLiar: She makes up a fake name and tries to convince the party that her mother always lets her swear.
* DeadpanSnarker: More or less...she ended up getting a sort of "teenage goth" level of sarcasm.
* {{Expy}}: While originally requested to be an expy of Violet from the incredibles, is a bit closer to [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans Raven]] since the player hasn't seen Incredibles.
* HyperAwareness: Perhaps not quite Sherlock levels, but she quickly deduced that Goobert wasn't really Belle. She did, however, think that he was a Ditto.
* SupermanStaysOutOfGotham: While a ditto impersonates Belle in Gleamscape, Mauveine is sick...conveniently preventing her from quizzing her fake mother and easily blowing her cover.

!!Bryce (Primarina)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=309#7724 Page 309]]

Also a singer, albeit not as skilled as Belle, and the husband of Belle.

* GoodParents: Much like Belle.
* FantasticallyIndifferent: Due to the fact that Manaphy losing control of his powers apparently happens very often, he is not at all surprised when he finds out that the Primarina he just embraced was not actually his wife, Belle.
* LethalChef: According to Mauveine, one occasion when Bryce and Belle swapped bodies, he apparently burnt their seaweed supper into cinders when attempting to cook supper as her. (Though neither Mauveine and Speedy were aware their had swapped bodies at the time and thought Belle had just lost her touch.)
* ShoutOut: Both he and his wife take their names from the singers of the original pop version of "[[Disney/{{Aladdin}} A Whole New World]]": Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle. In Bryce's case, it's the former.
* SickeninglySweethearts: It's suggested that he and Belle are this under normal circumstances. The minute he sees who he thinks is Belle, he immediately scoops "her" up and begins kissing "her". ([[HeroicBSOD Goobert doesn't reciprocate]].)
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Manaphy]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=313#7813 Page 313]]

The mythical Pokémon, Manaphy is considered to be prince of the Castle of Coral.

* DarkAndTroubledPast: His distaste for Dragon-types (especially Goodra) stems from a traumatic experience where a best friend of his was murdered by an evil Goodra.
* FragileFlower: Initially seems very calm, and even a bit cheerful, until something that he doesn't understand happens.
* FreakyFridayFlip: A given that he knows Heart Swap. He's responsible for several over the course of the Castle of Coral arc.
* PowerIncontinence: Loses control of his powers when he has a panic attack.
* TraumaButton: The mere sight of a Goodra triggers a flashback to a horrifying experience where one killed his best friend Toki, and kicks off the plot of the Castle of Coral arc.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: The Hoard Executive]]

The [[DysfunctionJunction dysfunctional]] leadership of Hoard, a vast underground city and trading hub.

!!Ripley (Noivern)
->'''Played by''': @/PresidentStalkeyes
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=367#9154 Page 367]]

Chairgon Merqury's Personal Assistant and a good acquaintance of Lars'. She first appears at the Silversand Hospital to check up on Lars, and later to inform the party that Merqury desires to meet with them. To this end, she provides them with the pass-phrase necessary to bypass Pawniarmy security checks on the way into Hoard. She later escorts the party to Merqury's office and attempts to calm him down; it soon becomes apparent that she believes her boss has the Viral Aggression and is making plans to take 'drastic action' for the greater good.

* AlmightyJanitor: Officially, she's Merqury's P.A. Unofficially, she's possibly TheManBehindTheMan for Hoard as a whole; she confesses to Voxno that her voice is the only voice Merqury wants to hear, and she's often required to speak on Merq's behalf at council meetings, making her feel as though ''she'' is truly in charge, not Merq.
* BigGood: During the Hoard Arc, or at least in relation to the anti-Merqury faction.
* TheChainsOfCommanding: Despite not officially holding a position of much power, being the one thing that's holding Merqury back from complete insanity is clearly wearing on her, as is being forced to make a whole host of [[SadisticChoice Sadistic Choices]] which involve betraying her longtime master, allying herself with an unscrupulous mercenary commander and deliberately triggering Viral Aggression riots in order to prevent bigger ones later down the line.
* GirlFriday: The personal assistant to a BigScrewedUpFamily, [[OnlySaneMan and considerably more level-headed than them]], to boot.
* HypercompetentSidekick: One gets the impression that Merqury would have driven the Hoard Executive to chaos if it weren't for her.
* LadyDrunk: Albeit a high-functioning one; the stress she experiences during the Hoard Arc lead her to drink near-constantly, particularly during meetings with her co-conspirators, jokingly describing it as a 'painkiller'.
* LaResistance: In a manner of speaking; while outwardly loyal to Merqury, she secretly formed an alliance with Merq's enemy Serris, the Pawniarmy and the Musketeer's Guild to back a last-resort emergency plan to oust him from power. [[RegretfulTraitor She wishes she didn't have to, though.]]
* MoralityPet: Is either this or a MoralityChain towards Lars; she's the only known person he ''doesn't'' treat with sneering contempt, and is actually fairly open with her. It's implied this is because she's known him since he was a child, back before [[MissingMom his mother left.]]
** And upon meeting Merqury, it becomes apparent she's a MoralityChain to him, even more so than Lars. Ripley herself lampshades this, saying that if it weren't for her and Turtledove, he might have lost his mind.
* [[MrExposition Ms Exposition]]: Provides the party with a lot of information pertaining to Merqury's past, his relationship with his son, the business climate in Hoard, and the finer details of her partnership with Serris and Khmalidze.
* NumberTwo: To Chairgon Merqury, even if she is planning on betraying him for the greater good.
* ServileSnarker: Is this crossed with StepfordSnarker. She's essentially Merqury's butler, and has no qualms backhandedly pointing out the personality flaws of others, including her master, though she wisely keeps the snarking behind Merqury's back. The stress she experiences in her role as leader of LaResistance has affected her sense of humour, and pokes fun at [[SelfDeprecation herself]] more than anyone else.
* ShoutOut: To [[{{Film/Alien}} Ellen Ripley]]. They couldn't be more different personality-wise, but her species is somewhat reminiscent of [[{{Franchise/Metroid}} Ridley]], who was named after Creator/RidleyScott, the director of ''Alien''.

!!Chairgon Merqury (Kommo-O)
->'''Played by''': @/PresidentStalkeyes
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=389#9714 Page 389]]

The founder of Hoard and permanent head of its Merchants' Council, effectively making him Hoard's PresidentForLife. Is also Lars' somewhat estranged father. He's the one who summons the party to Hoard, hoping to learn the secrets of human technology for various reasons. He's later set up as one half of the BigBadEnsemble for Hoard, alongside Bella, as both the party and his own staff learn that he is unwittingly the Viral Aggression Vector of Hoard. He is ultimately killed by Kapitani Khamlidze after he is deliberately provoked into a rampage and drawn into a fight with Belladonna and the party.

* AlasPoorVillain: Ripley feels nothing but remorse for her part in his death, feeling it meant everything he accomplished in his life was for naught.
* TheAlcoholic: It's implied that his hostile demeanour, besides Ripley's theory that he has the Viral Aggression, is a result of his alcoholic tendencies. He's usually seen swigging on a bottle, and Ripley pleads that it's clouding his judgement.
* ArbitrarySkepticism: He completely dismisses the existence of the Viral Aggression, believing it to be a lie made up by his enemies to damage him; which also renders him blind to the increasingly-likely possibility that ''he'' has it.
* BerserkButton: Betrayal. Considering him a 'King' - as it implies he is there by the authority of someone other than himself - comes in a close second, as does treating him like a child; that is, not blindly kowtowing to every decision he makes.
* BigBadFriend: Ripley is beginning to see him as this.
* TheCaligula: While it's likely things were different in the past, when he shows up in the RP it is obvious he's in no state to be in charge of anything, spending most of his time drinking and sulking in his office by himself, when he's not shouting and swearing at his own staff.
* ConspiracyTheorist: He seems convinced that his enemies; Khmalidze, Serris and the Musketeer's Guild; are all in cahoots with each other and seek to subvert his power or take away his wealth. He even starts to think that ''the Gods'' might be the ones behind it at all.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Alluded to during his hallucination sequence. It's implied he was once a soldier of fortune who witnessed death on a regular basis, and was captured and [[ColdBloodedTorture tortured by having his scales torn off]], and it was this experience that drove him to create Hoard in the first place, [[ShellShockedVeteran to create a place where no-one would have to experience what he did.]]
* DamageSpongeBoss: His last stand at the conclusion of the Hoard arc involved a lot of tanking hits, [[{{Determinator}} even as he's turned into a shambling husk held together by VA and sheer willpower.]]
* InTheBack: How he ultimately meets his end.
* IHaveNoSon: How he regarded Lars. He's visibly offended when Lars calls him 'Dad', says he has 'too much of his mother in him', and calls him a 'mistake' and 'the punchline of a years-long practical joke'.
* JustTheFirstCitizen: He was the King of Hoard in all but name, but he couldn't stand the idea of being ''called'' that.
* HairTriggerTemper: As mentioned by Ripley after he goes ballistic at his meeting with the party and orders them out, 'he blows his top at the slightest thing'.
* KilledOffForReal: At the end of the Hoard arc, stabbed from behind by Khmalidze.
* MeaningfulName: Deliberately {{invoked}}; he named himself after the Roman God of commerce, Mercury, having somehow known enough about human mythology in spite of humanity being extinct for generations. Him changing his name was also a [[DefiedTrope defiance]] of the same trope in reference to his original name, Makana, which is Hawaiian for 'Gift'; he thought it made him sound like a [[TheChosenOne Chosen One]].
* OurFounder: He has copper-plated statues of himself right at the entrance to Hoard.
* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: He seems to hold some animosity towards fairy-types, [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall apparently remembering the days when dragons were the 'unconditional best' with fairies being little more than a footnote to them.]]
* ProperlyParanoid: He was unknowingly correct in his belief that Serris, the Pawniarmy and the Guild are working together to overthrow him - albeit with the guild in a largely passive 'sanctioning' role. The one thing [[WrongGenreSavvy he was blind to]] is Ripley, his only trusted servant, being the one behind it all.
* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: It's mentioned that he's been the Chairgon of the council since its inception over a century ago.
* SanitySlippage: It becomes apparent as the Hoard Arc progresses that the VA, combined with his own paranoia, is driving him insane. It culminates in him hallucinating a shadowy figure that bears an uncanny resemblance to Belladonna, who goes on a guilt-tripping tirade about how Pokemon are Bastards, how all of Merqury's efforts will be for nothing, and how 'the Divine' will 'see him' soon.
* ShutUpKirk: Gives a lengthy MotiveRant to this effect just after Ripley [[EtTuBrute reveals her conspiracy against him]], reinforcing his belief that he has done good for the world by not succumbing to greed, and warning her that Serris wouldn't stop with one betrayal - [[TheExtremistWasRight which turns out to be right on the money.]]
* SirSwearsALot: He dropped [[ClusterFBomb a lot of F-Bombs]] for a character in a ''Pokemon'' RP.
* SkewedPriorities: After the botched attempt to capture Fan results in an out-of-the-way apartment building getting blown up and Fan escaping, he rages at the Pawniarmy for not treating the mostly-pointless capture of Fan as top priority, completely ignoring the possibility that the Viral Aggression might be in town at the time of a major fighting tournament.
* ThatManIsDead: He was formerly known as 'Makana' before he took his current name; when the phantom in his mind addresses him by that name, he says 'who the fuck is Makana, anyway?'
* VillainousBreakdown: Spends the ''entire RP'' having one; it's implied he was much more level-headed and pragmatic in the past, but has now turned into a violent, alcoholic wreck who's automatically convinced everyone is plotting against him. It's debatable whether or not his VA infection is the sole cause of this; Ripley at one point implies that he's been on a downward spiral ever since an unspecified incident that resulted in his ex-wife and Lars' mother - later revealed by Fan to have been a Ditto - being forced to leave him.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: Despite all his faults, all he really wanted is for Hoard to be a place of peace and prosperity, free from the senseless chaos and destruction he witnessed as a soldier.

!!Turtledove (Turtonator)
->'''Played by''': @/PresidentStalkeyes
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=389#9714 Page 389]]

Merqury's personal bodyguard, who's always seen standing by his side. That is, until Merqury learns of Fan's true nature and seemed set to ''kill'' her over it.
* DumbMuscle: Merqury thinks so, calling him a 'big, dumb bastard'.
* KilledOffscreen: It's implied Merqury killed him after he finally stood up to his boss and stopped him from murdering Fan in cold blood, further hinting towards a VA infection. [[NoodleIncident We never see it happen, though.]]
* TheQuietOne: Doesn't speak much, and when he does it's usually to [[YesMan compliment his boss, possibly out of fear.]]
* WeHardlyKnewYe: He only had two lines before his implied death.

!!Fan (Ditto)

->'''Played by''': @/PresidentStalkeyes
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=428#10676 Page 428]]
The Flaaffy receptionist at Hoard's Merchant's Councilhouse, and Ripley's apprentice, training to be a master Personal Assistant like her. She greets the party at the councilhouse and takes their names down. However, she later turns out to be a Ditto in disguise, and a guild agent in deep cover, acting as Ripley's ears on the ground. After she gets found out, she attempts to escape Hoard, and Ripley sends the party to check up on her; they ultimately save her from being arrested by the Pawniarmy.
* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: In her guise as a Flaaffy, she wears a pair of spectacles.
* DontLookAtMe: Has this reaction when she wakes up to find the party looking at her in her natural Ditto form.
* {{Expy}}: As a Flaaffy, she's one to [[{{Disney/Zootopia}} Assistant Mayor Dawn Bellwether]]; she even has a drinking mug like hers. [[spoiler: Though she's not quite as secretly evil as the genuine article, she does eventually turn out to be hiding something]].
* IJustWantToBeNormal: In a manner of speaking; she seems fine with her shapeshifting powers as long as they go unnoticed, [[RefusalOfTheCall but would rather work a 'boring desk job']] than be a deep-cover agent for the Musketeer's Guild, a role in which she is constantly placed in harm's way with little choice in the matter.
* TheKlutz: Is this combined with NervousWreck. She ''falls off her chair'' just because a few people entered the front room of the building she works at - a building which is open to the public, mind you.
* ShrinkingViolet: Very shy and not especially self-confident, she keeps her true nature a secret because she's afraid others will judge her, thinking she's hiding something because she's a shapeshifter, and prefers to walk the streets completely unnoticed. She does eventually feel comfortable changing shape around the party after it becomes clear that they're okay with it, however.
* VoluntaryShapeshifting: As a Ditto.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Belladonna (Ribombee)]]
->'''Played by''': @/CaliburnAbsoluteEX
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=398#9947 Page 398]]

Full name Belladonna Buttercup Clematis. A cook at the diner on the road between Silversand and Hoard. She helped PJ hone his combat prowess during [[PutOnABus his absence from the group]] and tagged along on their journey to Hoard. She ended up being the Viral Aggression Vector of Milklett, and brainwashed PJ to further her plans of destruction.

* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: To distinguish her from PJ, she wears a baby blue ribbon.
* BloodKnight: She sees battling to be an performance art, and greatly enjoys a good fight.
* BrokenBird: Demented though she may be, she does still seem to be distraught over the destruction she brought upon her hometown.
* CuteButPsycho: Just as small and cute as any other Ribombee? Yes. Dangerously clingy to PJ and willing to kill just so he won't leave her side? That's also a yes.
* DoomedHometown: She comes from Milklett, which was destroyed not long before the party met her.
* ManipulativeBastard: It becomes more and more apparent as time goes on that she's been playing PJ like a fiddle ever since she joined the group for the Hoard arc, ultimately culminating in her using him to help enact her plan of laying waste to Hoard.
* MeaningfulName: Belladonna is a type of poisonous plant also known as [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast deadly nightshade]]. Between manipulating and brainwashing PJ, willfully carrying Viral Aggression, bringing about Milklett's destruction, and nearly destroying Hoard as well, she very clearly lives up to her namesake.
* PintSizedPowerhouse: She may be less than a foot tall, but she's also able to withstand hits that'd take an average Ribombee down immediately while proving herself capable of vaporizing solid rock.
* StepfordSmiler: She remains perky and upbeat most of the time, despite being a twisted, demented person deep down.
* {{Yandere}}: She's genuinely infatuated with PJ, to the point where she attempts to kill his friends for trying to keep them apart.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Hoard Residents and Visitors]]
!!Hitmonduo
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=413#10309 Page 413]]

A female Hitmonchan named Carmela and a male Hitmontop named Tony, tricked into leaving Hoard and almost missing out on the doubles tournament.

* BecomingTheMask: Carmela is a Ditto, a commonality among their kind since the Tyrogue line is, in main series canon, all male and can only reproduce with Ditto. She is so tied to the family, however, that she just keeps the Hitmonchan form. It is treated as just an accepted practice in Tyrogue culture -- mixed families of Dittos and Tyrogues plus their evos simply appear normal to your average NPC who would have no way of knowing their secret.
* BigSisterInstinct: Carmela genuinely looks out for her actual little brother, Tony, even if it's seemingly to his detriment at the time.
* CuriousAsAMonkey: Tony has this, which leads Andy to think he's younger than he is.
* ReallySeventeenYearsOld: Tony lies about about his age (16) in order to buy alcohol. Gets more than he bargained for when Gary the Garchomp challenged to down an overfilled shotglass with hard liquor in one gulp.
* ShoutOut: For no particular reason, they're named after [[Series/TheSopranos Tony and Carmela Soprano]].

!!Liesl (Ninetales)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=416#10393 Page 416]]

A Ninetales who was initially seen being detained by Hoard's border checkpoint and later signs up for the tournament in Hoard.
She's lost two of her tails in a past accident involving Maran, giving her the nick-name "seventails".

* HairTriggerTemper: This is what lead to her cursing Maran without considering the situation.
* WeUsedToBeFriends: With Maran, the accident that led to her cursing him being the breaking point and leading to her fearing meeting him again. They make-up when they meet again.
* WhatHaveIDone: She reveals that she eventually came to regret her impulsive cursing of Maran, and believes that she ruined his life..

!!Maran (Flygon)
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/maran_flygon.png]]
[[caption-width-right:100:Maran in both his original and cursed forms]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=425#10618 Page 425]]

A neurotic Flygon who works at the Board in Hoard bed & breakfast under Cortez. Seems to have an aversion to interacting with people or leaving Hoard, after an attempt at doing so ended with him being cursed into constantly changing into a shiny female Flygon by an unidentified Ninetails.

* CallingTheOldManOut: After Maran has learned to live with his curse, and Cortez still continues to drag him to the inn (citing his usual reasoning that Maran is embarrassing himself), Maran sharply turns Cortez down and lays into him for ignoring the fact that Maran is no longer embarrassed by his curse and no one is mocking him anymore.
-->I'm ''not'' '''''leaving'''''. The reason I came out here was because some friends of mine told me that I don't have to be embarrassed by my curse and always have to hide in the hotel. And look at what happened out there when I decided to just embrace it like they told me to? I won a real battle and everyone thought I was fantastic. They didn't care about my curse or that I changed right in front of all of them. They saw it as something with amazing combat potential! Now that I know that I don't have to be embarrassed by this curse, I don't have to run crying back to you and the inn when I do. I'm not going back to the inn, and that's final!
* CursedWithAwesome: Eventually, Maran discovers the potential having two separate forms has for battle (namely being able to switch between a FragileSpeedster (his original male form) and a LightningBruiser (his stockier female form) on the fly), and after winning his first battle in the Hoard tournament, begins to feel much more comfortable about his curse. His belief that he is now this is solidified when he expresses reluctance at the thought of getting rid of it.
* DontLookAtMe: Cries this upon transforming in front of the party for the first time, whilst hiding under a tablecloth.
* GenderBender: What his curse entails; cold water turns him into a Shiny, shorter, stockier, and also female Flygon.
* HonorBeforeReason: After finally being rid of Cortez, Maran begins to get concerned for Cortez's safety (as Cortez is now physically the equivalent of a kindergartener in a world where uncivilized Pokémon still exist and and the Viral Aggression is running rampant) and finds Cortez so he can at least leave Cortez in a safe position before leaving him for good. (This leads to him journeying to the mysterious spring with Cortez in order to lift Cortez's curse.)
* StepfordSmiler: Tries to put on a smile for everyone he meets in spite of the crummy life he leads in Hoard, working under an emotionally abusive boss, and (of course) his curse, but he's secretly very depressed over it. He gets better and more genuinely confident over time.
* ShoutOut: While initially intended to be unintentional, Maran's curse is remarkably like that of the eponymous character of ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'', complete with the transformations being triggered by hot and cold water.
* TookALevelInBadass: When he first appears, he is a neurotic StepfordSmiler who totally shuts down upon transforming and is reluctant to go out in public because of his curse. After his chatting with the humanmons and deciding to accept having the curse, he enters the Hoard tournament, where he uses his transformations to their full potential. Afterwards, he is a far more confident individual who is even able to stand up to Cotez when he still tries to send Maran back to the inn.
* TookALevelInCheerfulness: Hand in hand with his level in badass.
* VerbalTic: Often buzzes like an insect as he speaks. Makes sense since he's a bug-like dragon.
* WeUsedToBeFriends: With Liesl, thanks to the incident that lead to him being cursed by her, leading to him resenting her for cursing him over an accident on his part. They both get better.

!!Cortez (Tyrantrum/Tyrunt)
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cortez_tyrantrum_whabp_v_c.png]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}} (the real Cortez) and Tropers/PresidentStalkeyes (when impersonated by Fan)
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=425#10618 Page 425]]

Maran's boss at the Board in Hoard bed & breakfast. While putting up a friendly demeanor for paying customers, he is really a pompous jerk who bullies Maran.

* BadBoss: Regularly bullies Maran and uses Maran's curse to keep Maran under his thumb.
* BitchInSheepsClothing: Acts nice in front of patrons, including when angry at Maran. When he's alone with Maran, however...
* BrattyHalfPint: As a Tyrunt.
* ElmuhFuddSyndwome: Gets a serious case of this after being transformed into a Tyrunt, though it's more obvious when he's shouting.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: When it turns out that the boulder that fell onto Liesl was pushed down onto her and Maran instead of being dislodged by Maran using Earthquake, Cortez makes it clear that he had no say in that and that was all his Haxorous lackey's doing.
* FountainOfYouth: Cortez is cursed by Liesl by being turned into a Tyrunt in an effort to get him to learn how Maran feels about being cursed by being cursed himself.
* HumiliationConga: Things really go downhill for Cortez after he is cursed into the form of a Tyrunt by Liesl. He tries to return to his inn, but the management there assume he's a prankster and lock him out. His Haxorous friend blows him off. He can't enter the Karaoke Club because he has the physical appearance of a child. Finally, he is mistaken for an orphan and taken to the local orphanage, where it appears that he'll remain forever, thanks to [[NotGrowingUpSucks his newly-gained inability to age]] that he also got when cursed. He is left with absolutely nothing as his former friends leave him behind. He's only saved from this fate when he flies the coop and Maran decides to help him out of nothing but the goodness of his own heart.
* [[KickTheDog Kick The Ninetails]]: As Cortez trying to drag Maran back to the Board in Hoard B&B by force after Maran wins his first fight at the tournament, Liesl jumps in front of him in an attempt to prevent from leaving. Cortez simply kicks her out of the way into a wall. This backfires on him very hard.
* LaserGuidedKarma: After years of bullying and tormenting Maran over his curse, Cortez gets his just desserts when ''he himself'' winds up cursed into becoming an infant Tyrunt.
* ManipulativeBastard: Refusing to let Maran leave him, Cortez regularly engineers situations that lead to Maran embarrassing himself and running crying back to him. [[spoiler: He even turns out to be indirectly responsible for Maran being cursed in the first place.]]
* TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody: Begins acting a lot more childish after being turned into a Tyrunt, stamping his feet in anger and eventually running out of the arena [[IWantMyMommy crying for his mommy]].
-->"MOMMYYYY! [[BlatantLies EVEWYONE'S BEIN' MEAN TO ME FOR NO WEASON!!]]
* NotGrowingUpSucks: Not only is Cortez cursed to be a Tyrunt, but he is also cursed to never age along with it until the curse is broken.
* PercussiveTherapy: It's subtly implied that this is the reason Cortez keeps Maran around to the point of manipulating him, namely as someone he can vent his deep-seated frustrations with himself onto.
* RichesToRags: Upon being transformed into a Tyrunt, he is reduced to an unrecognizable orphan with none of the things he had as a Tyrantrum.
* VillainousBreakdown: Once Maran accepts his curse and uses it to his advantage in the Hoard Tournament, Cortez gets increasingly pissed off until he rushes out of the stands to take Maran back to the inn by force. It doesn't really seem to end after he's defeated by being turned into a child.

!!Bookstore Owner (Wartortle)
->'''Played by''': @/{{BlackMageAnolis}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=428#10678 Page 428]]

A friendly but mildly introverted merchant who runs a small bookstore in Hoard, with signage reading, "Antique and Classic Literature".

!!Tai Kuwa Ando (Hawlucha)
->'''Played by''': @/{{shrubBird}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=428#10686 Page 428]]

A Hawlucha sensei who offers training, of which at least Nyquil partakes.

!!Jenny and Penny (Vaporeon) [originally Eevee]
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=428#10690 Page 428]]

Jenny and Penny, aka the Eevee twins before they spilled one of their boxes of evolutionary stones on themselves, which turned them both into Vaporeons. They sell evolutionary stones at the bazaar, and apparently have a mild crush on Nyquil.

* AttractiveBentSpecies: On the part of Nyquil, who the twins both find very attractive. (Though Penny is more open about it than Jenny.)
* GenderBender: Subverted when the two evolve into Vaporeons, and Penny asks Jenny if Jenny just evolved into a male Vaporeon. She didn't.
* GenkiGirl: Penny definitely, Jenny [[HiddenDepths possibly]].
* RedOniBlueOni: Subtly implied, with GenkiGirl Penny being red and the more reserved Jenny being blue.

!!Alchemical Wares (Boldore)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=428#10691 Page 428]]

Unnamed Boldore who sells various alchemical wares. It is implied that Jani bought out all her sulfur to send to Hevea, which mildly annoys her since in the back of her mind she wonders if sulfur is worth more than she thinks...

!!Gem Dealer (Zweilous)
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=428#10699 Page 428]]

Unnamed Zewilous who sells gems...the one-use kind that enhance one attack of a type by 50%.

!!Book Binder (Malamar)
->'''Played by''': @/{{BlackMageAnolis}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=432#10782 Page 432]]

An unnamed Malamar who runs a Book Bindery/Printing Press by the bazaar. Is friends with, and virtually the polar opposite of the Wartortle who runs the bookstore, as he is quite unfriendly and charges exorbitant prices.

!!??? (Zoroark)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Daydre}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=434#10845 Page 434]]

A Zoroark who runs a jewelry/accessory booth at the bazaar, while also participating in the tournament under the name Moon's Shadow. She doesn't really come much into focus until about 120 pages later. She ends up fighting Yalta in the second round.

!!Noctowl Librarian
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=437#10910 Page 437]]

An unnamed, stuffy librarian who handles the privately-funded public library's later shift. Ultimately makes a public display as an infectee of the [[HatePlague viral aggression]] and is sent off to quarantine.

* BerserkButton: Insulting his library or his books will send him off on a tangent.
* ScaryLibrarian: Not particularly friendly...anyone who he deems unworthy of entering his "sanctuary of learning" will be harassed until they leave.
* ValuesDissonance: He values his books over that of mons...though this stance ultimately leads to his downfall.

!!Gary (Garchomp Bartender)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=457#11408 Page 457]]

Owner-operator of a dive bar a few buildings from the Board at Hoard. Jani's been to the bar a few times, as has one of Wohm's associates.

* HundredPercentAdorationRating: He's loved by his regulars to the point that they fight for him during the riots when two infectees try to take over his bar.
* BystanderSyndrome: Gary doesn't care what goes on his bar -- at least not until it has the potential to harm him or his property.

!!Birch and Elm (The Announcers)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=474#11834 Page 474]]

Birch (the announcer), a male Chatot, and Elm (the color commentator), a female Purugly, are the announcers at the R-Soda Arena.

* AnnouncerChatter: Expect a lot of random chatter, not to mention a few unsubtle sponsor shout-outs, with this duo.
* AuthorAvatar: Elm's sentiments tend to echo @/{{sarysa}}'s, hence the frequent snarking and sarcasm.
* CatchPhrase: Pretty much as a direct parody of Boomstick from ''WebVideo/DeathBattle'', Birch's standard battle opener is, "Get ready, get set...IT'S TIME FOR A POKÉÉÉÉÉÉ-BAAAAAAATTLEEEEEEEEE!!!"
* CombatCommentator: Elm is the color commentator of the duo. She makes somewhat flowery predictions based on various factors, while generally trying to downplay those who clearly have little chance of winning to keep things exciting.
* {{Expy}}: They have traits taken from any number of major sports announcers in the United States. Another valid comparison might be Wiz (Elm) and Boomstick (Birch) from ''WebVideo/DeathBattle'', which is a classic Ego and Id pairing.
* TheHeart: Birch is the more soulful of the duo, and particularly has issue with Khmalidze's overqualified status...not to mention disliking fighters who use excessive force.
* StudioChatter: Since they are essentially are their own microphones, using Hyper Voice to project their voices, a lot of private chatter ends up somewhat audible to the crowds.
* UltimateJobSecurity: They snark quite a bit, and Birch even got extremely passive aggressive with the police force, but due to them being sufficiently fleshed out characters, they get away with a lot.

!!Togekiss Nurse
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=488#12188 Page 488]]

An older (~50s) Togekiss nurse who runs the arena's triage area.

* DrJerk: Arguable -- she's blunt and honest, but often right as well. Needless to say, she doesn't have the greatest bedside manner.
* PassingJudgment: Seems to be her trademark, but she's especially hard on Jani -- who she deems to be someone who's undertrained and well out of her league.

!!Jude Doe (Rhyperior)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=496#12387 Page 496]]

Rhyperior sensei who works at the same dojo as Tai Kuwa Ando (Hawlucha), and taught Jani Reversal. Appears again about 100 pages later, subtly assisting Jani as she teaches Niles the same move.

!!Gloopy (Goodra)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=548#13677 Page 548]] (mentioned [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=544#13592 Page 544]])

Eccentric owner of Gloopy's Goopy Goods, a novelty store with which Jani set up a distributorship for the Wonder Cart and Hevea's future products.

* FakeAristocrat: He puts on a mock aristocratic act to complement his "eccentric" persona. It's somewhat like the Simpsons [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JyoDFmrUSM yes guy]].

!!Hilda and Fifi (Wigglytuff and Whismur)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=674#16847 Page 674]]

Two friends who work at the concession stand at the Hoard arena. They were called to fill in for Birch and Elm and announce Jack's battle with Maui during Round 3 of the tournament in Hoard.

* {{Expy}}: Intended to be this to ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' characters Helga Pataki and Phoebe Heyerdhal. Hilda and Fifi, in fact, take their names from two BizarroUniverse counterparts to Helga and Phoebe featured in a DreamSequence in the ''Arnold'' episode "Arnold Visits Arnie".

!!Sue Mow (Emolga)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=693#17322 Page 693]]

An Emolga who trained Philly in basic use of his skills. One of the sensei at the dojo.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Hardcheese Amateur Tournament Contestants]]
This folder is for listing out contestants introduced in the Hardcheese Amateur Tournament held in Hoard. While mostly one-offs, some of these may "graduate" and end up featured elsewhere.

!!Shichiro Fukui (Greninja)
->'''Played by''': {{@/Beverly}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=477#11924 Page 477]]

Also known as The Aqua Phantom, defeated by Maran.

!!Iris (Dewott)
->'''Played by''': @/{{CaliburnAbsoluteEX}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=480#11982 Page 480]]

A Dewott who was defeated by PJ.

* BladeOnAStick: Wields a makeshift spear with a conch shell for a tip.
* WorthyOpponent: Gives PJ a short pep-talk before their match begins, seeing how frazzled he is by being suddenly dragged into the arena.

!!Larry (Lairon)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=482#12045 Page 482]]

A Lairon who entered the tournament, by all rights should've annihilated Jani, but lost to her evasiveness, luck...not to mention inherent advantage which she exploited once she got a clue.

* {{Kayfabe}}: Larry had a little of this going on, working on a sort of "scary monster" shtick to try and please the crowds, and even letting Jani in on it.

!!Christof (Houndoom)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Konkfan7}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=484#12077 Page 484]]

Also known as the Fire Prince. Is actual a literal prince. Defeated by Noriaki.

!!The Puffin Prince (Delibird)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Weirdguy149}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=484#12099 Page 484]]

Actual name unknown. He came, physical comedy happened, Guy won.

!!Pirate Queen Lisa (Midday Lycanroc)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Afterwards}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=485#12105 Page 485]]

Rival to Sushi.

!!Amaterasu (Arcanine)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=489#12204 Page 489]]

Goes by the nickname "Shao Kahn" in the tournament. Defeated by "Pirate Lord Jack Spearow" (Jack) in the singles tournament.

!!Fubuki (Swellow)
->'''Played by''': @/{{CaliburnAbsoluteEX}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=490#12242 Page 490]]

Nicknamed the Radical Dreamer, is a Swellow from the island of Another, defeated by Nyquil.

* AllJustADream: What she believes reality to be.
* AttackAttackAttack: Her sole strategy in battle seems to be a relentless barrage of attacks. This ends up being her downfall during the tournament.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: For some reason, she thinks that she's in a dream, and that she has to defeat certain members of the group for her to awaken from this dream.
* IneffectualSympatheticVillain: Every time she's shown up, she's been defeated with minimal effort.
* WrongGenreSavvy: Her delusions that she's in a dream are just that, delusions. The world isn't actually a dream, of course, and in reality she's just a lunatic.

!!The Question (Quagsire)
->'''Played by''': @/{{StarAndroidJaguar}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=495#12360 Page 495]]

Real name unknown, defeated by J.

!!Don Giovanni (Dunsparce)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=496#12383 Page 496]]

Defeated easily by Armin. Really was in over his head.

!!The Widowmaker (Salazzle)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=496#12390 Page 496]]

Defeated by Alejandro.

!!Opera Phantom (Gengar)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=500#12493 Page 500]]

Defeated by Freddy.

!!The Invincible Imp (Sableye)
->'''Played by''': @/{{CyberController}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=518#12933 Page 518]]

Defeated by Cyk, fought rather dirty and nearly got tossed out.

!!Arnold (Dragonair)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=555#13858 Page 555]]

Goes by the nickname "Our Boy Arnie", lost in the second round to Marlon.

!!Unnamed Mightyena
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=556#13890 Page 556]]

Unnamed Mightyena that fell to Jani's 1HP Reversal. Probably will never be seen again.

!!White Knight (Zoroark)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=557#13914 Page 557]]

A Zoroark and disciple of the Black Knight (Aegislash) who was defeated by Alejandro.

!!Maui (Probopass)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=559#13966 Page 559]]

Maui, one of the Three Defenders of Wild Ridge, who defeated Freddy in Round 2.

!!Alice (Tsareena)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=561#14014 Page 561]]

Alice, one of the Three Defenders of Wild Ridge, who won by default after Armin was disqualified (and arrested) for tampering with the ceiling of Hoard.

!!The Slimy Smasher (Alolan Muk)
->'''Played by''': @/{{CyberController}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=584#14580 Page 584]]

The Slimy Smasher is an Alolan Muk who was narrowly defeated by Cyk.

!!The Shelled Striker (Kabutops)
->'''Played by''': {{@/Beverly}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=601#15012 Page 601]]

The Shelled Striker is just a stage name. Fought PJ in Round 2 of the arena.

!!The Gible Kid (Gible)
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=622#15538 Page 622]]

Belladonna's opponent in the second round of the tournament. Outcome is fairly predictable.

!!Vince (Tangrowth/Gardevoir)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=350#8730 Page 350]]

Originally encountered in Silversand, was a mild annoyance, attacked one of the humanmons. Eventually got curbed stomped by Marlon in Round 3 of the tournament. After pursuing Goobert over the course of the first two weeks (in-game) of the RP in a bid for revenge over a petty slight, he is hit by a Transfer Orb and transformed into a female Gardevior.

* TheAlcoholic: Seems to be in a perpetually tipsy state, owing to frequently drinking alcoholic Berry drinks.
* EarlyBirdCameo: Appeared all the way back in Silversand before suddenly showing up in Hoard as part of the Tournament.
* GenderBender: Is turned into a female Gardevoir via a Transfer Orb during the Argatha/Orbs arc.
* {{Jerkass}}: A very ill-tempered Pokémon. He's even worse when he's drunk, as he very nearly got Goobert killed over a petty slight.
* LaserGuidedKarma: After senselessly trying to get revenge on Goobert for making his girlfriend see him for the jerk he really is (as well as Marlon, to a lesser extent) and ignoring all advice to change for the better for the sake of enacting his wrath upon him, Vince's revenge schemes ultimately leave him in a position where continuing his relationship with Audrey (which he had wanted to do) becomes impossible and his petty revenge scheme leaves him with nothing.
* SmugSnake: Looks down upon Marlon when first officially meeting him at the tournament in Hoard and calls him "pretty boy". He's very quickly knocked down a peg when Marlon [[CurbStompBattle curb-stomps him]] in their match.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Emily (Shiny Lilligant)]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''':

The tour guide for the island her hometown of Wild Ridge is on.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Black Knight (Shiny Aegislash)]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''':

A enigmatic character who first appeared as a spectator at the Hoard tournament.
* BlackKnight
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Black Knight's Associates]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''':

!!White Knight (Zoroark)
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=557#13914 Page 557]]

A Zoroark and disciple of the Black Knight. He was defeated by Alejandro in the Hoard tournament.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Road to Gleamscape]]
Characters introduced in, and more or less limited the road to Gleamscape. (Bedsheets, Carnival, etc.)

!!Dugtrio Doorman
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=762#19047 Page 762]]

Unnamed Dugtrio who is the doorman for the Bedsheets speakeasy.

* TheNicknamer: Nicknames everyone as they leave.

!!Soot (Slowking)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=763#19071 Page 763]]

Barkeep for the Bedsheets speakeasy.

!!Mime Jr. Barker
->'''Played by''': @/{{Beverly}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=780#19476 Page 780]]

Ticket saleskid for the carnival.

!!Rotom-W Barker
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=781#19522 Page 781]]

Operates Rotom's Rotor Washer, a somewhat flintstoned version of the real world Gravitron -- a centrifugal ride.

* TestosteronePoisoning: Uses the phrase "are you man enough..." while essentially daring folks to get on his ride, much to the chagrin of Jani.

!!Machoke Barker
->'''Played by''': @/{{Beverly}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=782#19533 Page 782]]

Operates the Ferris Wheel.

!!Slaking and Heracross Entourage
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=782#19543 Page 782]]

Teasers for a future arc.

* EarlyBirdCameo: Of the Slaking Successor arc.

!!Judy (Drowzee) and Amelie (Slowbro)
->'''Played by''': @/{{BlackMageAnolis}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=785#19602 Page 785]]

Operate a berry cake stall at the carnival.

* {{Irony}}: Judy's a narcoleptic Drowsee (a species of Pokemon that can easily put ''others'' to sleep), and Amelie's a hyperactive, quick-speaking Slowbro.
* ThoseTwoGuys: They're there to offer comedic banter and give the party food.

!!Sandwich Stall Operator (Heatmor)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=786#19636 Page 786]]

Operates a sandwich stall at the carnival.

!!Pizza Stall Operator (Charmeleon)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=786#19636 Page 786]]

Operates a pizza stall at the carnival.

!!POLE Operators (Hitmonchan, Caterpie)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=795#19853 Page 795]]

Ran a scam operation which may also be involved with trafficking...
[[/folder]]

[[folder:June and her relatives]]
!!June (Zoroark)
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/june_rctt_avatar_v_c.png]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=782#19540 Page 782]]

June is a happy-go-lucky and somewhat mischievous Zoroark who runs a fun house with her grandfather Darnell and (sometimes) her sister July. They take it to carnivals around the islands.

* FreakyFridayFlip: With Goobert during the Orbs arc.
* GenkiGirl: A very energetic Zoroark who loves brightening people's days.
* GuestStarPartyMember: Circumstances force her to join the party during the Orbs arc. (As she is in Goobert's body after a FreakyFridayFlip via a Swap Orb and has to switch back into her own body.)
* InnocentlyInsensitive: Sometimes seems unaware of the feelings of her sister July in her un-ending mission to make everyone she meets happy. She also accidentally insults Delilah when she sees her as a Dragonite for the first time.
* RaisedByGrandparents: She and July were raised by Darnell.
* RedOniBlueOni: The Red to July's Blue.
* SiblingYinYang: While July is down-to-earth and likely depressed, June is incredibly loud, energetic, and full of motion.

!!Darnell (Delphox)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=781#19524 Page 781]]

June and July's grandfather who helps June run her fun house. A kindly older fellow who is very protective of his two granddaughters.

* CoolOldGuy: A very friendly and out-going individual. He even allows Eliot to duck inside the tent to turn back into his normal self (after having transformed into Marsha the Swampert) free of charge.
* PapaWolf: When June goes missing, he immediately declares to Rich and Marty that he is going to go with them to find her.

!!July (Zoroark)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Beverly}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=785#19606 Page 785]]

July is June's twin sister who helps out at June's fun house sometime. Calm and a bit cynical, she is June's polar opposite and seems to harbor some level of inadequacy toward June.

* LittleSisterInstinct: Well, little is debatable, considering they're twins, but when revealed that June was taken away via Escape Orb, she doesn't hesitate joining her grandfather and Rich to save her.
* TheEeyore: Quieter and seems to be a bit of a GrumpyBear compared to her sister.
* RaisedByGrandparents: Both she and June were raised by their grandfather.
* RedOniBlueOni: The Blue to June's Red.
* SiblingYinYang: While June is energetic and cheerful, July is calmer, more reasonable, and probably some type of depressed.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Jani's "family" and circle.]]
These are actually friends and family of Milly, the Diglett whose body Jani took over when she came to the WHABP world.

!!Tropes for the whole:

* AdaptationDeviation: Dugtrio only have one egg at a time in the games -- but for Agarthan Dugtrio mating together, they have three simultaneously. They are also born not all that far apart -- typically well less than 24 hours for all three eggs to hatch.
* BizarreAlienBiology: Apparently Agarthan Digletts must join within a relatively small age window, lest they risk either perpetual immaturity or rapid mental deterioration -- not unlike dementia.
* DittoAliens: Jani quips that Digletts all look the same anyway, and Digda says little to counter that.
** Later defied when Digda manages to identify key similarities between Jani and Milly -- while he appeared to spend a lot of time doing so, one can infer that he originally got these tells from the real Milly with a mere cursory glance.
** This becomes Jani's go-to excuse for anyone who calls her Milly, though she knows better than to attempt it on Milly's family.
** Backfires when Hudson tries to use it on Triss and the girls -- they're all vocally offended.
* DreamWalker: Not only do Agarthan Dugtrio share dreams, but Digletts of the same litter can also share dreams when in close proximity.
* FamilyThemeNaming:
** Doug and Triss are the parents' names, both taking half of their species -- Dugtrio.
** The three daughters are named Milly, Tilly, and Lilly.
** While also qualifying as MeaningfulName and NamedAfterSomebodyFamous, all middle names of female Terranports have been names of Dax hosts from ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine''. The "meaningful" aspect is that not unlike this interpretation of Dugtrio, the [=DS9=] Trill species is also symbiotic.
* HappilyMarried: Despite Triss' pushy nature, Doug and Triss are a happy couple.
* HeroAntagonist: The mother, sisters, and father all serve as minor antagonists early on, but they're also somewhat justified. The situation regarding Jani's arrival in the world is the only reason they even qualify as such -- and they're certainly not villains.
* MarryForLove: Doug and Triss clearly married for love over money.
* MeaningfulRename: Upon merging into a Dugtrio, it's traditional for the new whole to adopt a new name.
* MentalFusion: Obviously, Agarthan Dugtrio share thoughts through physical connections. Digletts can also do so by starting an evolution and then pulling out of it -- the connections are tangible, albeit barely physical, but thoughts are shared and even kept afterwards.
* MultipleHeadCase: While a trope of Dugtrio specifically, it's worth noting that Agarthan Dugtrio have some mix of individuality and shared thought. One head typically does most of the talking, though they have three brains working in a way that's hard for outsiders to comprehend.
* [[OnlyChildSyndrome Only Litter Syndrome]]: Early concepts of the family gave the sisters an older brother Dugtrio, but ultimately LawOfConservationOfDetail was employed (the player already had five characters to play not unlike ''Film/TheNuttyProfessor'') plus Digda's age being established as 35 would give his lifelong friend Doug an improbable age if he were to have an adult son. Younger triplets were also briefly considered but that would've been worse, giving @/{{sarysa}} eight roles to play simultaneously.
* PreppyName: The family's last name is Terranport, a ground-tweaked version of the wealthy Davenport name. Lilly's full name is Lilith Ezri Terranport, Milly's is Millicent Emony Terranport, Tilly's is Matilda Lela Terranport, and Triss' is Beatrice Audrid Terranport.
* SameSexTriplets: The "components" of Agarthan Dugtrio tend to be born from the same litter within hours of each other, and are always ([[{{Mutants}} with rare exception]]) the same sex. The Diglett sisters are no exception. They appear similar, but by no means indistinguishably identical.
* {{Twintuition}}: Very downplayed -- when Jani used a transfer orb, both Lilly and Tilly had a panic attack. Lilly didn't even know what it meant, but Tilly assumed it meant that Jani had died.

!!Digda (Dugtrio)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=682#17046 Page 682]]

A Dugtrio who meets Jani in the dojo at Hoard. He mistook her for a Diglett he happened to know, later identified as Milly, but then decided to help her train for her next match. Is a C-ranked professional battler in the global circuit. Is a private investigator (contract) currently employed by the Swords of Justice, investigating the spread of the Viral Aggression in the professional circuit.

* AscendedExtra: Twice ascended in fact...maybe even thrice. Was originally meant as a mere teaser for the Orbs arc's location (as well as to avoid accusations of AssPull), then used to give Jani someone to bounce off while recovering in triage. Then when [[RealLifeWritesThePlot Irma knocked out sarysa's power for a week]], he allowed Jani to participate when unable to coordinate with other players.
* ExpositionBeam: Fires one off-screen at Jani so she's competent in her third arena battle.
* FreudianTrio: For what little they spoke, one of the side heads was an emotional [[TheMcCoy id]] while the other side head was a logical [[TheSpock superego]], making Prime!Digda the balanced [[TheKirk ego]].
* GuestStarPartyMember: Joins in on the final battle and then accompanies the party to Bedsheets before departing at the Carnival, though a temporary AuthorExistenceFailure made the latter somewhat abridged.
* HeroOfAnotherStory: He's on a journey to rid the world of the Surge, aka the Viral Aggression, after it ravaged the professional circuit and nearly got him killed. This only lightly intersects the party's journey.
* InsistentTerminology: Heavily downplayed, possibly passive aggressive or a result of forgetfulness -- Digda regularly drops the battling circuit name for the Viral Aggression, which is the Surge. He tends to use both around the humanmons, though.
* MeaningfulName: Digda (ディグダ) is the Japanese name for Diglett.
* MentorArchetype: Really becomes this for Jani in many ways -- having an interest in her due to MistakenIdentity, he not only teaches Jani how to fight, but also teaches her about their kind -- philosophies, customs, etc.
* MistakenIdentity: Mistakes Jani for someone in his past, although possibly a subversion since all evidence points to Jani inhabiting the body of a Diglett named Milly.
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Aside from his expanded role being the result of sarysa's real world power outage, he also helps Jani get up to speed on the rules of the world -- based on feedback from players finding Jani's ignorance to be grating at times.

!!Milly (Diglett)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': Page ??? (teased on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=682#17046 Page 682]], named on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=732#18291 Page 732]])

Milly is the original owner of the body Jani ended up in when she was forced into the WHABP world. Presumably, her soul is in Jani's human body in the human world, and is most likely never to actually be shown -- merely talked and in-character speculated about.

* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Had a brooch with an emblem of Agartha when Jani entered the world, the latter likely lost it while struggling to surface herself. Probably relatively new at the time, given her newly minted status as a diplomat.
* ActualPacifist: Heavily implied by Digda to be this, seeing how she'd [[HoldYourHippogriffs never hurt a Cutiefly]]. Further implied by Triss' attitudes about raising the girls.
* FreakyFridayFlip: Without all the fun and learning -- it's strongly implied that Jani and Milly switched both bodies and worlds.
* InformedAttribute: Numerous, given that she is mostly talked about, and hasn't even been flashed back yet.
** Was training to be a diplomat before Jani came along, as she was scheduled to deliver a gift (and an invitation) to Frau Morbitesse in the interest of intercity dialogue.

!!Doug (Dugtrio)
-> '''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
-> '''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=820#20478 Page 820]] (named on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=732#18291 Page 732]])

Father of Milly, owner of the house the party ends up in when Jani is struck with an Escape Orb. Works with the town's reservoir management authority.

* MellowFellow: In spite of his justified initial outbursts (his daughter was gone for 11 days, after all) he's pretty mellow about everything, particularly Benji's cooking foibles.
* MrExposition: It's masked better than it often is, but Doug manages to inform the party of Agartha and the orbs situation during their initial encounter.
* NiceGuy: While he's first encountered by the party as livid and somewhat enraged, this is mainly due to the fact the party randomly appeared inside his house and his "daughter" just showed up mysteriously after being missing for 11 days. Once that's resolved, he treats the party like honored guests, and never so much as raises a claw to them afterward.
* OpenMindedParent: Downplayed, but qualifies. Definitely looser than Triss -- if anything, his pushing at Jani is more about not wanting to get in trouble with the missus.
* OverprotectiveDad: Downplayed -- hassles the party a bit over Jani's abscence and their suddenly showing up with her, to the point of repeatedly demanding answers from them. On the other hand, it's not like he tried to confine her or anything.
* RealMenCook: He's not a house husband or anything, having a full time job of his own, but he is the family's cook -- and he's good at it too.
* SouthernGentleman: Kind of...he's well-to-do financially speaking, speaks in a thick southern accent (far thicker than the rest of his family) but slips a bit into the uncouth at times. Not to mention, he has a somewhat blue-collar job.
* UnfazedEveryman: This becomes truly apparent when Benji starts playing around as Marjorie, but otherwise he's not all that bothered by the weirdness around him, which includes knowledge that most of the party, including Jani in Milly's body, are former humans.
* {{Whipped}}: He's absolutely whipped by Triss, though it's more due of her own perfectionist tendencies. Triss does not engage in malicious one-way nagging.
* WorkingClassPeopleAreMorons: Averted -- while he uses plain speak and keeps most of his dialogue relatively simple, he was able to deduce that orbs had affected the party and knew some other information not related to his own work.

!!Triss (Dugtrio)
-> '''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
-> '''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=826#20633 Page 826]] (named on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=732#18291 Page 732]])

Mother of Milly, and also the mayor of Agartha. Hails from the wealthy Terranport family, whose family-run corporation specializes in banking and financial services but originated as a mining operation hundreds of years ago. The kids took their mother's name simply due to the status it carries. Triss herself has a high end fashion business, which also produces the very wig she wears. (the Mayor gig doesn't pay a living wage)

* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: She wears an Alolan Dugtrio wig for the sake of presence, but she's still a Kanto Dugtrio.
* ActionPolitician: While she's hardly any kind of fighter, she does get her feet wet by single-handedly digging a wide opening for the party to access the ancient tunnels.
* ActualPacifist: In spite of her use of showy pseudo-aggression, she hasn't ever been known to actually strike anyone. She passes this way of thinking down to her daughters.
* AggressiveNegotiations: Pretty much her bread and butter -- using mild earthquakes for intimidation, frequently raising her voice, and otherwise presenting herself as outright assertive.
* CharacterFilibuster: As the assertive leader of Agartha, Triss can't help but giving frequent long, well thought out speeches and monologues -- often going paragraphs at a time without interruption.
* ConsummateProfessional: She takes great pride in her work, to the point that it's somewhat all-consuming, and expects the best out of other professionals she associates with.
* ControlFreak: Around others, including her own husband, absolutely. Around her daughters, it's a mixed bag. She controls their lives to a degree, insists they evolve before turning 18, but she also lets them speak -- Tilly in particular is fairly close to her equal. This is because she has been grooming the triplets for a career in politics.
* HeelFaceTurn: Does this as soon as she feels the party can be trusted -- although her status as a heel to begin with is debatable, being more like a shark in a shark tank.
* LargeHam: If her use of mild, unsettling earthquakes to make an entrance when annoyed aren't enough of a hint, her manner of speaking pretty much locks her into this trope. She's also prone to long filibusters, and can't help but remind folks that she is the mayor every three posts or so.
* ManipulativeBastard: Demonstrates this during the "tense dinner" scene, where she plays all sorts of mind games to uncover the truth about Jani/Milly, not to mention the humanmons as a whole.
* MoralSociopathy: Make no mistake about it -- she's a high-functioning sociopath. Whatever face she's wearing at the moment and whatever platitude she's spewing at the moment are both probably rehearsed. That said, she's still looking out for both her family and her city.
* [[MsExposition MrsExposition]]: Aside from providing stealth infodumps on Agartha and Agarthan Dugtrio while toying with the party, she also drops some new information related to Mila's kidnapping.
* OohMeAccentsSlipping: As a politician, she has trained herself to suppress her natural Agarthan southern accent -- limiting it to terms like y'all and tarnation for the sake of town pride. Around her family, she suppresses it entirely -- she's trying to get her kids to rid themselves of it altogether. She still occasionally slips back into it, though -- becoming almost as thick as her husband, Doug.
* PanderingToTheBase: During her discussion with one of the Explouds, she makes it clear that she puts a lot of stock into her approval ratings.
* ParentalFavoritism: Makes it pretty clear that Tilly, the rational one, is her favorite. Given that Milly was the one sponsored into Orichalcum, however, this may not have always been the case.
* TigerMom: Definitely has a bit of this going on, aggressively concerned about her daughters' upbringing and standing in the world. She does demonstrate some degree of love and tolerance at the epilogue of the Agartha arc, approving of Jani's business venture since it would ultimate benefit the trio -- and best case Milly as well.
* UptownGirl: Comes from a wealthy lineage, unlike her working class husband Doug.
* VillainOverForDinner: Subverted -- while three pages of the roleplay are dedicated to a tense dinner where the humanmons try to enlist the mayor's help, in the end, Triss is revealed to not be a villain so much as an antagonistic, but justified presence who's mainly worried about her daughter.

!!Tilly and Lilly (Digletts)
-> '''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
-> '''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=828#20699 Page 828]] (hinted on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=733#18324 Page 733]])

Milly's sisters. The three were intended to join (evolve into a Dugtrio together) since birth, but Milly's "disappearance" completely upended their lives. They are purportedly the only Digletts compatible with Jani for the sake of evolution -- which also explains why despite all her battling, it never happened via typical video game methods.

* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal:
** Lilly wears a white bow -- but she's not seen with it at first. When she met with the party, she'd left it at the tailor's.
** Tilly gets a Professor Juniper style wig in Orichalcum, which is a VERY subdued (and perfectly normal looking) beehive variant.
* ActualPacifist: Not unlike Milly, the other two sisters are also pacifists. This is in line with Triss' insistence that they solve problems with words, not violence.
* BizarreTasteInFood: While she tends to prefer Leppa in her food, she seems to be perfectly fine with Tamato pancakes, which is a hot spicy variant of tomato.
* ButtMonkey: Poor Lilly gets smack from both Tilly and Jani...that is, both have literally smacked her. Being stuck in a room with Tilly and Triss is absolute torture for her, as both are more or less her mental superiors.
* ComicallyMissingThePoint: Lilly does this fairly often. For example, when the trio first shared their thoughts, she mistook all the lolcats in Jani's memory for the notion that she could be a cat.
* DaddysGirl: Lilly certainly qualifies, getting along well with Doug and sharing personality traits with him.
* {{Deconstruction}}: Tilly and Jani have had numerous discussions deconstructing various aspects of their experiences, with a blatant one trying to compare the humanmons' knowledge to that of world natives and how it came to be.
* DeerInTheHeadlights: Lilly ended up being this the moment she found herself in serious danger, facing down against two of the kidnappers who ambushed her all of a sudden.
* DreamWeaver: Lilly is able to manipulate the trio's shared dreams easily. Not even brainiac Tilly and imaginative Jani can pull off this feat.
** Unfortunately, she also does this subconsciously -- and ends up creating a nightmare the next night related to her experience as a prisoner.
* EmotionlessGirl: Tilly has very subdued reactions for the most part. Her smile is also somewhat forced, and overall she's just hardly excitable -- though not nearly as much as Voxno-V. She will occasionally exclaim, and in extreme situations her emotions will slip through.
* ExploringTheEvilLair: Andy convinces Lilly to do this during the kidnapping arc, and they're pretty successful -- until Lilly just completely freezes when push comes to shove, and ends up captured.
* {{Expy}}: Lilly is a refined, more three dimensional version of Voxno-!. Tilly is a refind, more three dimensional version of Voxno-V. The duo also share passing similarities with Mauveine and Speedy from the Manaphy arc, as well as the Hitmonduo.
* GenkiGirl: Lilly is pretty excitable, not by Voxno-! standards, but she's kept in check by her sister Tilly.
* GirlyGirl: Not only is Lilly this, but she's also named appropriately -- of the three sisters, the author decided "Lilly" is the girliest name.
* HyperspeedAmbush: Lilly attempted this on Jani while the humanmons were at the library, in an effort to get the trio to evolve. It backfired HARD.
* LeeroyJenkins: Lilly pulls this when she and Jani are spying on a Marowak connected to a slavery/trafficking ring, slipping into his house when it's more or less unnecessary -- and dangerous.
* LikeMotherLikeDaughter: Tilly is very much like her mother -- she sees the logic to Triss' Tiger Mom upbringing and acts somewhat like an "enforcer" of the trio, ensuring they don't stray too far from the long-term good.
* TheMcCoy: Lilly is the impulsive, emotional one of the triplets -- even when it was just Milly instead of Jani.
* MsExposition: Tilly goes into great detail about the Terranports, the taboo, and various subjects concerning Agartha and the island.
* NonPlayerCompanion: The next step up from GuestStarPartyMember, they are companions to the party who are essentially linked to Jani. They start off as basically non-combatants -- whether or not this changes (before it becomes moot) remains to be seen.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: Tilly gets noticeably emotional when her family's well being is in jeopardy -- though it's still subdued relative to even Jani let alone Lilly.
** Tilly screaming in pure instinctive terror when Jani uses the transfer orb should be a strong indicator of how serious the situation is from her POV.
* OohMeAccentsSlipping: Lilly slips into her native accent when stressed or excited. When she does it in front of her mother, though, she'll chide her. Tilly occasionally plays surrogate when in front of their parents -or- if the accent gets full blown.
* RedOniBlueOni: Take Milly/Jani out of the picture and you essentially have two vastly different siblings who still tolerate each other.
* ShipperOnDeck: Lilly isn't shy about shipping both Marlon x Marsha, as well as Niles x Dana while they're at the bar.
* SkilledButNaive:
** Lilly is by no means an experienced fighter, and she struggles to take it seriously. She ends up excelling in the more action oriented tasks, such as evading Marlon's weakened training-level Psychic attacks.
** Tilly is a downplayed version -- rational and book smart, but lacking practical experience. She ends up excelling in more technical areas, such as teaching herself moves and quickly learning Protect.
* TheSpock: Tilly is the calculating, rational one of the triplets -- even when it was just Milly instead of Jani.
* TheStoic: Tilly definitely qualifies, handling her first true dangerous situation with a steady calm.
* {{Tritagonist}}: Given their inevitable and obvious fate, starting with the Agartha arc, they serve as deuteragonist and tritagonist to Jani.
* TheUnfavorite: Lilly has the unfortunate distinction of being this, at least with her mother. Her relationship with her father is unclear, but given his personality it may be the other way around.
* WiseBeyondHerYears: The days-before-eighteen year old Tilly is able to speak on Triss' level, and even advises her with budgetary issues from time to time.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Exploud Councilmen]]
!!Johnson (Exploud)

-> '''Played By''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
-> '''Debut''':Page [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=821 821]]
* Expy: Of Mr. Meeseeks from *RickAndMorty

!!Don (Exploud)
-> '''Played By''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
-> '''Debut''':Voice teased on: Actual Debut:

The leader of the Warp Plaza Operation in Agartha.

!!Hudson (Exploud)

-> '''Played By''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
-> '''Debut''':Page [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=826#20633 826]]

Don's right-hand man in the operation.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Agartha Residents and Visitors]]
Minor residents and visitors of Agartha, excluding the Council of Exploud and Milly's family.

!!Pie Merchant (Marowak)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=824#20587 Page 824]]

Has a pie stand in the more business-concentrated area of Agartha.

!!Librarian (Excadrill)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=826#20630 Page 826]]

Librarian for the Agartha Library -- Your place for underground knowledge.

!!Council Speaker ([=Porygon2=])
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=835#20856 Page 835]]

Highly respected speaker of the Council of Elders, a coequal branch of government in Agartha. Also, has been to Orichalcum -- "sponsored" long ago.

!!Pidgeotto Kidnapper
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=838#20944 Page 838]]

First of the two criminals involved with the kidnapping of Mila and Finley.

!!Onix Kidnapper
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=839#20953 Page 839]]

Second of the two criminals involved with the kidnapping of Mila and Finley, and the one who did the physical act.

!!Dr. Durango (Durant)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=843#21062 Page 843]] ([[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=843#21058 signage here]])

Middle-aged doctor of one of the few small clinics in town.

* AlliterativeName: Not only is his name alliterative, but it also matches his species, profession, and professional title.
* SpeciesSurname: His legal surname is indeed Durant.
* VerbalTic: "Ah, yes, yes" and "Now, now," and simply "Ah," seem to be go-to fillers for him while he collects his thoughts.

!!Krokorok Kidnapper
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=844#21093 Page 844]] (species reveal on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=852 Page 852]])

Originally an unknown kidnapper with cinnamon text, showed up at a bar talking with a Marowak associate.

!!Witness #1 (Sandshrew)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Beverly}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=845#21106 Page 845]]

Clued the players to look around the bar regarding Fila's kidnapping.

!!Witness #2 (Bunnelby)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=845#21110 Page 845]]

Clued the players that there's a number of closed off tunnels beneath the town.

!!Gold Kidnapper (Spoiler)
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=846#21139 Page 846]]

Unknown kidnapper with gold text.

!!Bonnie (Excadrill)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=850#21246 Page 850]]

Bartender at Mikey's Bar.

!!Pawniard Lech
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=851#21269 Page 851]] (possibly introduced earlier)

Tried to hit on the Diglett triplets -- Jani had none of it, and Tilly blocked him from taking advantage of the naive Lilly.

!!Shady Marowak
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=852#21294 Page 852]]

Related to the kidnapping of Fila. Tailed by Jani and Lilly to his house. Provided the clue "Ancient trinkets and remedies".

!!David (Pichu)
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=854#21346 Page 854]]

Originally found as a fellow prisoner of the Agarthan kidnappers -- a little kid who befriends Finley and Mila.

!!Witness #3 (Stunfisk)
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=857#21419 Page 857]]

Witnessed the fight between the Krokorok and Andy.

!!Witness #4 (Bunnelby)
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=857#21425 Page 857]]

Witnessed the fight between the Krokorok and Andy.

!!Fillion (Decidueye)
->'''Played by''': @/{{BlackMageAnolis}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=863#21562 Page 863]] (intro'd earlier, needs research)

Character details go here.

!!Snow (Sableye)
->'''Played by''': @/{{BlackMageAnolis}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=863#21562 Page 863]] (intro'd earlier, needs research)

Character details go here.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Lucy (Riolu)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/lucy_riolu_whabp_v_c.png]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=948#23700 Page 948]]

A spunky, talkative young Riolu resident of Orichalcum whose Alakazam father Silas was part of Andy's gang before Dore engineered the deaths of the entire gang (as well as Lucy's mother who was there trying to get Silas to return home). She is taken in by the party and stays with them throughout the Gleamscape arc.

* {{Bookworm}}: Lucy quite enjoys reading and gladly spent her days while her parents were away (before their passing) at Orichalcum's library. It also gives her something that she identifies with Dinah once she meets her and Benji.
* CheerfulChild: Lucy is a relatively happy-go-lucky young Riolu when not thinking about what happened to her parents.
* LikeBrotherAndSister: While befriending much of the party in the days following her parents' deaths, she gets particularly close to Eliot, resulting in this sort of relationship between them.
* MotorMouth: Rather chatty. Justified as she's a little kid.
* NamesTheSame: One of three characters in the RP who is named some variation of Lucy.
* OrphansOrdeal: Lucy flops back and forth between various stages of grief (particularly sadness and anger) after she learns of her parents' deaths.
* PluckyGirl: While considerably sullen after she learns of what happened to her parents, this side of Lucy (visible briefly before Andy/Dore breaks the news to her) begins to gradually reappear in the time afterward. Even while grieving, she attempts to fight Andy/Dore several times in the hours after they first cross paths.
* PuppyLove: Lucy and Belle's daughter Speedy seem to respectively get crushes on each other when they first meet.
* WhenYouComingHomeDad: It's heavily implied that, even to the end, Lucy's father Silas was rarely ever around and spent most of his time with the rest of Andy's gang, to the point that her mother often had to drag him back home.

[[/folder]]

[[folder: Kojo the Devil (Mienshao)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{PresidentStalkeyes}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=949#23702 Page 949]]

An elderly Shiny Mienshao that lives in a capsized ship in the middle of a rainforest, Kojo is a veteran martial artist - described as 'legendary' - and was once Bash's master. Having learned of him through Bash, Lars seeks him out for training, but is turned down after Kojo deduces he's on a quest for revenge.

* ALizardNamedLiz: His name is derived from 'Kojondo', Mienshao's Japanese name.
* FlashStep: Is fond of doing this - he's ''introduced'' snatching a mug of tea out of Lars' hands and sitting down behind him without Lars even realising what happened.
* TheGadfly: He admits that he falsely tells visitors he was expecting them just to see how they'll react, and refuses to tell Lars why he won't train him because it'd [[FigureItOutYourself 'spoil the surprise']].
* TheHermit: Lives out in the middle of a swampy rainforest by himself.
* OldMaster: He's been fighting for at least seventy years, if not more, and was responsible for forging Bash into the combatant he is today. His reputation is such that not even Lars is willing to antagonise him, [[BullyingADragon figuring Kojo would decapitate him if he did.]]
* RedBaron: Kojo "the Devil".
* ScrewPolitenessImASenior: In addition to his Gadfly tendencies, he also enjoyed simply insulting Lars, calling him a 'Half-Wit' and making sarcastic jabs at his expense.
* SeriousBusiness: Don't bring the weather from outside into his house. It spoils the aroma.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Lucille and Richard (Xatu/Oricorio)]]
->'''Played By''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=960#23985 Page 960]] (Richard)

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Characters introduced in Gleamscape]]

!!Phyllis (Swampert) and Angelo (Mantine)
->'''Played By''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=969#24219 Page 969]]

Marsha and Benji's parents, who are first encountered in Gleamscape while they are on a vacation to the music festival going on there.

* BrooklynRage: Phyllis, whose accent is far thicker than Marsha's.
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy: Phyllis is a large not particularly feminine female Swampert while Angelo is a mildly effeminate and sensitive male Mantine.

!!Renata (Garchomp)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=970#24233 Page 970]] (EarlyBirdCameo); [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1017#25404 Page 1017]] (first major appearance)

Delilah's mother, who lives in Gleamscape and is confined to a wheelchair-like apparatus after Delilah unwittingly crippled her when Delilah first attempted to Mega Evolve (with disastrous results).

* ActionMom: Was a former tournament superstar until Delilah's accident.
* CoolOldLady: While not exactly elderly (she ''is'' considerably older than most of the cast, though), she used to be quite the excellent battler in tournaments before she lost the use of her legs. Nowadays she leads a quite life in Gleamscape and is quite friendly to folks who are strangers to her such as Lars.

!!Henry (Vibrava)
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/henry_vibrava_whabp_v_c.png]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}} (based on an idea by Tropers/TroperNo9001)
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=970#24233 Page 970]] (EarlyBirdCameo); [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=993#24824 Page 993]] (First major appearance)

A very egotistical Vibrava with a dead-end job in Gleamscape who is convinced that he is actually royalty. He is first encountered by members of the party at the restaurant/bar in the hotel at Gleamscape.

* BasedOnADream: Henry and his character was not based on a dream had by [[Tropers/{{Kablammin45}} his player]], but rather [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=c2qkbj2ppf2cvmzme17cw3zn&page=304#7580 one had by non-participant]] Tropers/TroperNo9001 wherein [=kablammin45=] was roleplaying as the character (also a Vibrava) that would serve as the basis for Henry's character.
* DrunkOnMilk: Acted vaguely alcholic-style surly while actually being a soda drinker.
* SmallNameBigEgo: Despite his rather hum-drum lifestyle, Henry is convinced that he is a prince (to the point of always wearing a homemade royal cape and crown) and is quick to rub this in the faces of everyone he meets.

!!Arie (Primarina)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=978#24444 Page 978]]

A Primarina who lives in Gleamscape and runs a souvenir shop. She is Belle's sister (and thus Speedy and Mauveine's aunt) and is less of a singer than Belle and Bryce.

* GenkiGirl: Far less reserved than her calm and motherly sister Belle.
* ShoutOut: Her name is short for Aretha, i.e. Music/ArethaFranklin, keeping with the theme of Primarinas named after singers started with Belle and Bryce.

!!Wenda (Wailord)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=982#24531 Page 982]] (mentioned earlier)

A Wailord friend of Goobert's who was often mentioned by him before appearing in person in Gleamscape.

!!Café Cashier (Blaziken)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=988#24693 Page 988]]

Character details go here

!!Innkeeper (Houndoom)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=990#24733 Page 990]]

Character details go here

!!Leonard (Lapras)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=992#24780 Page 992]]

Gets transformed into by Smeargle!Lucy.

* AlliterativeName: The L's, obviously.
* BadassBaritone: Is described as having a quite deep voice. (Though he has yet to be seen fighting.)

!!??? (Lopunny)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheAphid}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=993#24809 Page 993]]

A male Lopunny. Character details go here

!!Barkeep (Hitmonchan)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=995#24852 Page 995]]

Barkeep for the hotel where contest signups were happening.

!!Wallace (Beartic)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Ore-O}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=996#24887 Page 996]]

A Beartic hailing from Nifhel that Grigori befriended.

!!Shane Pusaulo (Purugly)
->'''Played by''': @/{{shrubBird}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=997#24923 Page 997]]

Hat merchant who interacts with Dana and Niles.

* {{Expy}}: His personality and species are both references to Sanae Hanekoma from VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou.
* MeaningfulName: His last name literally means "cathead."

!!Tychon (Electabuzz)
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=997#24908 Page 997]]

Befriended Mila at the hotel bar.

!!Wait Staff (Baile Oricorio)
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=998#24927 Page 998]]

Wait staff at the hotel bar.

!!Golisopod Waiter
->'''Played by''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1015#25370 Page 1015]]

Character details go here

!!Town Crier (Loudred)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1016#25376 Page 1016]] (made multiple cries in earlier pages)

Character details go here

!!Sunflora Judge
->'''Played by''': @/{{CorvusAtrox}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1017#25409 Page 1017]]

Character details go here

!!Flower Girl (Comfey)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1018#25426 Page 1018]]

Character details go here

!!Priscilla (Basculin)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1022#25534 Page 1022]] (mentioned on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=448#11177 page 448]])

A rather creepy Basculin who takes an interest in a Mudsdale manning the ticket booth. Later that evening, it turned out that all along she was the right-paw killer, though apparently she shifted her interest over to hooves...as she stalked and then brutally murdered the Mudsdale ticket taker while was headed to the pub.

* AnArmAndALeg: Or fins, in this case. Part of her tail fin got ripped off while battling the Mudsdale.
* AscendedExtra: What was meant to be a throwaway reference was expanded due to popular demand. (see first mention above)
* {{Expy}}: It's mostly an amalgamation of one-dimensional serial killers from animated sitcoms, especially South Park.
* SerialKiller: Played straight -- even collects front right paws (and hooves) as a trophy.
* SpeedBlitz: As a fairly high level mon, she's capable of making attacks that the enemy can't detect -- including Aqua Jet.
* SplitPersonality: She takes on five personalities: Her baseline "obvious sociopath" aka "the experimenter" personality is seen the most, while she has also been herself as a child, her mother, a scorned lover, and a raving psycho.
* StalkerWithoutACrush: Despite acting like she was crushing on the Mudsdale, she really just wanted an excuse to kill him.
* WritingByTheSeatOfYourPants: Absolutely what happened -- despite being brought back by demand, her role was originally going to be much simpler...and as such, it lacked proper planning.

!!Jenkins (Houndoom)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1022#25535 Page 1022]]

A bounty hunter.

!!??? (Mudsdale)
->'''Played by''': @/{{BlackMageAnolis}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1022#25536 Page 1022]]

Ticket master for the music festival. (Day 1)

!!Mitsu Kata (Pangoro)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1022#25545 Page 1022]]

Master of the dojo in Gleamscape, and a practitioner of bougyo-jutsu, a defensive style. Initially meets Lars after Lars burns himself out while clobbering training dummies, but discovers Jani later the same day after her reckless use of a transfer orb lands her unconscious. Unlike most Pangoro, he smooths out his fur on a daily basis.

* AscendedExtra: Originally created specifically to help Jani readjust as a Purrloin, he also had a chat with Lars, trained Niles, and was the first mon to meet the humanmon Golett James when he entered the world. Then he started going into legends about humans while giving the humanmons a safe space to unload.
* GoodSamaritan: Aside from generally nosing in with those at his dojo who appear to be struggling, he helped out an unconscious Jani and a disoriented newcomer Golett.
* HiddenDepths: Despite being of a species with a high attack stat and a berserker mentality, Mitsu specializes in defensive techniques and is beyond calm.
* MeaningfulName: Somewhat of a joke name -- while his creator was going for a believable Japanese-sounding name, it's actually a play on ''mitsukatta'', meaning "found". The NPC was originally created to find and train Jani after she used the Transfer Orb.
* OldMaster: Or middle-aged, anyway. He's the current top inheritor of his dojo, regardless.

!!Winifred "Winnie" (Shiny Ditto)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1077#26904 Page 1077]]

A Shiny Ditto with a penchant for elaborate plans, be them pranks or revenge schemes. Defaults to the form of a Mismagius when not planning or in the middle of some sort of scheme. Was interested in Bryce before he ultimately chose to stay with his childhood sweetheart Belle. She claims to have had some sort of history with Benji that left her with a ruined life thanks to his doing.

* BerserkButton: Benji as a whole, thanks to him allegedly ruining her life via a terrible prank.
* BornUnlucky: Claims to have had poor luck ever since the terrible prank that Benji allegedly pulled on her put her on the bad side of much of the Legendary Pokémon.
* GreenEyedMonster: A lot of Winifred's motives for her plans to KillAndReplace Belle during the Gleamscape arc stems from this, as Winifred leads a horrid life-style (that she blames Benji for) while Belle leads a wonderful one with the man (or Primarina) Winifred had her eyes on.
* KarmaHoudini: While she does get beaten down by the party and her plans for Belle ultimately fail, she escapes the party and the police arresting her after releasing Belle.
* KillAndReplace: While not ''killing'' Belle, Winifred does plan on using Wonder Orbs and [[LaserGuidedAmnesia memory screwing]] on Belle to erase Belle's identity so Winnie can assume Belle's identity and life herself. Her plans fail.
* LoveMakesYouCrazy: Bordering on LoveMakesYouEvil, after mishap after mishap in the years following her rejection by Bryce in favor of romantic rival Belle, Winifred finally decides that she's had enough and tries to forcibly take Belle's place.
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: Gives one to Benji upon seeing him, which leaves him injured to the point of forcing him to exit the party.
* ShapeshifterDefaultForm: Defaults to that of a female Mismagius, though she previously took the form of a Shiny Dewgong before being turned down by Bryce in favor of Belle.
* VillainousBreakdown: While rather AffablyEvil before her plans start to fall apart, she starts to get agitated when the party starts interfering with her plans to KillAndReplace Belle. Then she sees Benji (who she has had an unhealthy history with) and completely loses it, dropping a PrecisionFStrike (when she was saying things like [[GoshDangitToHeck "fiddlesticks" and "gosh"]] before) and giving him a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Carbon Footprint (band)]]
Band introduced in Gleamscape. This excludes Aspen, whose entry is in the Player Characters section.

!!Topher (Sawk)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheAphid}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=987#24666 Page 987]]

Character details go here

!!Colton (Hydreigon)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheAphid}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=987#24666 Page 987]]

Character details go here

!!The Security (Dhelmise, Barbaracle, Heracross)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheAphid}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=988#24689 Page 988]]

Character details go here

!!Wentworth (Sableye)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheAphid}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=990#24738 Page 990]] (named [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=987#24666 here]])
->'''Crossed as''': Sableye

Is a humanmon, but does not join the party, and is an NPC. Character details go here.

!!Jack (Heracross)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheAphid}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=990#24738 Page 990]]

A roadie or manager? (needs confirmation) Character details go here
[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Mercenaries]]
A small group of mercenaries that Noriaki hires to aid the party in battles.

!!Chang (Raticate)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Konkfan7}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1005#25107 Page 1005]] (teased on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1004#25100 Page 1004]])

Character details go here

!!Wendy (East Sea Gastrodon)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Konkfan7}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1010#25240 Page 1010]] (teased on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1004#25100 Page 1004]])

Character details go here

!!??? (Bastiodon), ??? (Golisopod), ??? (Pom-Pom Oricorio)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Konkfan7}}
->'''Debut''': ??? (teased on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1004#25100 Page 1004]])

The other three mercenaries in their troupe. None have spoken as of yet.
[[/folder]]

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!!Player Characters

[[folder:PJ (Helioptile)]]
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[[caption-width-right:100:PJ as a Ribombee]]
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[[caption-width-right:100:PJ as a Helioptile]]
->'''Played by''': @/CaliburnAbsoluteEX
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1#1 Page 1]]
->'''Crossed as''': Ribombee

The first character to be introduced in the RP, and certainly among those who've changed the most. Initially, PJ was a cheery little ball of sunshine, taking the whole "TrappedInAnotherWorld" scenario quite well and doing what he could to support his friends. Unfortunately, he ended up getting PutOnABus for the majority of the Silversand arc, and upon his return, he had changed. He had contracted [[HatePlague Viral Aggression]], and was much more willing to get into fights, enjoying them much more than he reasonably should, though he was aware of what had happened to him. During the Hoard arc, however, things went from bad to worse as he was manipulated and brainwashed by [[ArcVillain Belladonna]], who made him into her boyfriend and attempted to wreak havoc upon the city alongside him. He managed to break free from her control, and she was killed, though the experience scarred him, giving him chronic nightmares and making him paranoid that the others hated him or saw him as a liability. This has lessened over time, and PJ's [[CharacterRerailment slowly been getting back to being the person he was at the start of everything]], but he's still nowhere near who he was back then.

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* AntiHero: When he returns to the group at the end of the Silversand arc, he's much more brutal and callous due to becoming infected with Viral Aggression, though his kind and caring side still remains.
* AuthorAvatar: Initially served as this for Caliburn, though once TheBusCameBack his personality began to deviate to an extent.
* BerserkButton:
** PJ does not take kindly to the suggestion that his friends may be replaceable, to say the least.
** Any mention of [[{{Yandere}} Bella]][[BitchInSheepsClothing donna]] is likely to enrage or panic PJ.
* BloodKnight: Much to his distress, he becomes far more intense once a fight breaks out, relishing in his opponents' pain and even threatening to harm his allies. This has only intensified after he contracted [[HatePlague Viral Aggression]], though it has died down following the Hoard arc's climax.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: During the Hoard arc, a kiss from Belladonna ends up making him head-over-heels for her while also turning him against his friends.
* CallingYourAttacks: He puts a bit of a spin on it by giving his moves different names (i.e. Fey Gale instead of Fairy Wind).
* GenderBender: It's rather complicated in PJ's case compared to other instances in the RP, subverting the {{Second|LawOfGenderBending}} and [[ThirdLawOfGenderBending Third Laws of Gender Bending]] in the process. While PJ's been biologically female ever since his arrival in the Pokemon world (not realizing until a week and a half after), he's always identified as male and was born male as a human, resulting in a not-insignificant amount of discomfort upon his discovery.
* HeadPet: Climbing on people's heads is a habit of his.
* HeroicBSOD: This has more or less been his underlying mental state since he left Hoard.
* HowDoIShotWeb: {{Downplayed|trope}}. While he had some difficulty adjusting to his wings as a Ribombee, it didn't take him long to get off the ground.
* InconvenientAttraction: On day 17, he realizes that he has a crush on [[PlatonicLifePartners Eliot]], much to his chagrin.
* LikeIsLikeAComma: It's not obtrusive or readily apparent, but he tends to sprinkle the word "like" into many of his sentences.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: PJ is deeply haunted by his actions under Belladonna's influence, and has severe doubts that he's even welcome in the team because of this.
* TheNicknamer: Nicknaming others is another habit of his, with some of his nicknames being {{Shout Out}}s to other works. In fact, at one point he even debates what his nickname for Goobert should be. So far there's...
** Finley: Fen-Fen
** Beldum: [[VideoGame/BravelyDefault Ringabel]]
** Eliot: El
** Nyquil: [[VideoGame/FireEmblemFates Niles]] (which in particular has managed to catch on with the others)
** Morbitesse: Morby
** Cyk: Cy
** Jani: Digs
** Belladonna: Bella
** Marlon: Mar
* NightmareSequence: Has begin to experience these regularly after the events of Hoard, all of them involving [[{{Yandere}} Belladonna]].
* PlatonicLifePartners: Of all the members of the party, Eliot's always been the one he's most likely to turn to when he needs just about anything.
* PutOnABus: He was absent during almost the entirety of the Silversand arc. When TheBusCameBack, however, the results weren't pretty...
* TheRival: Consider himself to be this to Lars.
* StepfordSmiler: {{Downplayed|trope}}. Though he does miss his old life, and the stress of his experiences in the Pokemon world weighs greatly on him, he does his best to remain upbeat and gives himself time to process his negative emotions.
* TookALevelInBadass: Before vanishing from the group, the most he could do in battle was low-level moves like Fairy Wind and Stun Spore. Upon his return, he's regularly seen using moves like Dazzling Gleam and Silver Wind. He also comes back with a bad case of Viral Aggression, but that's a different story.
** He seems to have lost this level after being [[BalefulPolymorph turned into a Helioptile]] by a stray Transfer Orb. [[WillfullyWeak Not that he minds.]]
* WillfullyWeak: He doesn't mind losing the power he had as a Ribombee after the events of Hoard, considering it to be a boon knowing that he won't cause too much damage if his [[HatePlague Viral Aggression]] ends up turning him against his friends.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Finley/Autumn (Braixen)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/fen_fen_neo_2.jpg]]
->'''Played by''': {{@/Beverly}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1#2 Page 1]]
->'''"Crossed" as''': Fennekin

Finley is just an alias. For the first 16 days of the journey, she was hiding her real identity. That being Autumn Farbridge, who was the daughter of the rulers of Foxfell. For these first 16 days, she only ''pretended'' to be a human so she may be able to meet and get along with the people who actually ''were'' in the situation. During this time however, she met Mila, and eventually ended up in a relationship with her.
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* ActualPacifist: She absolutely refuses to attack people, no matter the context. Only when she ''absolutely has to'' does she attack.
* TheAntiNihilist: Finley's attitude about her situation seems to be this. It's out of her control, so why worry? This, however, is subverted as the game marches on and more terrible things happen.
* AuthorAvatar: Similar to most other characters in the game.
* BreakTheCutie: As mentioned above, she started in the thread as one of the more cheerful characters... this doesn't last.
* TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody: Upon being shifted, she found it bizarrely easy to walk on all fours. It was guessed that this was the reason. However, this was simply her acting.
* PunnyName: Finley = Fennec.
* GenderBender: Finley goes through this during evolution. However, she is notably okay with it. Possibly even better off.
* IJustWantToHaveFriends: This was her motivation for pretending to be human. She was alone most of her life, and she wanted to have someone.
* ReallyRoyaltyReveal: On Day 16, she not only reveals that she was never a human, but also that she's an honest-to-goodness princess.
* TeamMom: At least she tries to be, trying to help her team members when she can and being as supportive as she can be. Whether or not this works varies. She also tries to keep the gang out of scraps when possible. Again, this varies.
* WhamLine: When Finley reveals she was never a human.
-->'''Finley:''' "I was lying. Everything from the awkward first steps to the waking up to the human memories. All of it was a lie. I was passing by all of you, and suddenly I just... got grazed or something by a human's memories. I guess she was supposed to be with you or something. Everything I did involving me as a human was a blunt lie. I'm sorry..."
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Nyquil (Quilava)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/image_573.gif]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{shrubBird}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1#5 Page 1]]
->'''Crossed as''': Cyndaquil

* {{Adorkable}}: As it turns out, he's a very shy person (perfectly aligning with his nature) and usually hides it behind a lot of self-induced apathy. His recently developed crush on Dana is absurdly effective at pulling this side of him out.
* AuthorAvatar: For the most part, he's the same as his player. There's only a handful of negligible differences.
* BerserkButton: Thinking about Perigo is enough to send him further than "mildly annoyed." Andy gets under his skin pretty easily as well.
* DeadpanSnarker
* HeroicSelfDeprecation
* InSeriesNickname: Niles, courtesy of PJ.
* NiceHat: Got a custom-made, fireproof cap as a present from Dana.
* PerpetualFrowner: Needless to say, he's not a very happy camper. The first time he actually smiled was day ''seven.'' [[Main/CharacterDevelopment He's starting to smile a little more often, though.]]
* SneezeOfDoom: Thanks to a mix of Pollen Puff and allergies, he managed to use Smokescreen for the first time. Chaos ensues.
* {{Tsundere}}: Trying to juggle feelings with his usually aloof behavior leads to this.
* UnskilledButStrong: Kind of. He mostly uses physical striking moves [[WhatAnIdiot despite the fact that his own species is better with special attacks and he has a Timid nature, further nerfing his physical strength.]]
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Apparently, gaining experience in the form of tree headbutting is a very effective way to piss off a sentient tree.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Guy (Snorlax)]]
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->'''Played by''': @/{{Weirdguy149}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1#6 Page 1]]
->'''Crossed as''': Snorlax

The biggest member of the group. Guy tends to be in the background most of the time, but when he does involve himself, an impact tends to be made.

* AuthorAvatar
* BigEater: Comes with the territory of being a Snorlax.
* TheBigGuy: Partially in the name.
* ConfusionFu: Knows Metronome.
* HandicappedBadass: He can't see very well, but he is able to use his nose to great effect. Subverted since all Snorlax are able to do this.
* HeavySleeper: Chances are, if he's out of the action, Guy is sleeping.
* MightyGlacier: Guy is a Snorlax, one of the most famous Mighty Glaciers in the franchise.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Wrench (Porygon-Z)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/image_748.png]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{chianticat10}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1#7 Page 1]]
->'''Crossed as''': Porygon-Z

Human name was Connor. Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Beldum]]
->'''Played by:''' @/{{whizzerd}}
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1#9 Page 1]]
->'''Crossed as''': Beldum

An unemotional member of the group. Despite the various inconveniences that come with being a Beldum, they have no desire to return to their original human form.
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* ADogNamedDog: Beldum chooses to go by their species name, rather than having a name of their own. This is due to their new robotic personality, which doesn't feel that a proper name is necessary for them.
* TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody: More so than the others who find themselves affected by their new Pokémon physiology. Beldum's personality is almost unrecognisable from when they were a human, which they suspect is due to their human mind clashing with their new, inorganic body.
* NotQuiteFlight: They float a few feet in the air due to being naturally repelled by the earth's magnetism. By intensifying their magnetic force they can float even higher, which they sometimes put to use by becoming the team's aerial lookout.
* PowerIncontinence: They can't turn off the magnetic field that causes them to float, even if they're asleep or unconscious. {{Downplayed|Trope}} in that it's more of a hassle than an actual hazard.
* TheStoic: Once they become a Beldum they find themselves unable to manifest or express emotions, even when they know full well that they should.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:vjoi (Charizard)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{vjoi}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1#10 Page 1]]
->'''Crossed as''': Charizard

Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Light (Piplup)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{SeducedByTheLight}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1#15 Page 1]]
->'''Crossed as''': Rotom

Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Cyk (Gardevoir)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/image_393.jpg]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{CyberController}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1#22 Page 1]]
->'''Crossed as''': Gardevoir
* AccidentalMurder: To a Weavile.
* BerserkButton: Andy being pervy, for one. She even hit him with a Moonblast.
* TheBusCameBack: Comes back after their player is offline for some time.
* CovertPervert: She has a crush on Goobert.
* GenderBender: It's revealed that this happened to her later on.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Ocie (Persian)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheGreatUnknown}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=2#31 Page 2]]
->'''Crossed as''': Persian

Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Eliot (Smeargle)]]
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[[caption-width-right:100:[[labelnote:Click here to see "Rossetti".]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/salazzeliot.png[[/labelnote]] ]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{BlackMageAnolis}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=3#63 Page 3]]
->'''Crossed as''': Smeargle

* ColdHam: Seems to fall into this whenever he becomes confident enough in himself.
* DelusionsOfEloquence: Can slip into his speech from time to time. His ''thoughts'' have it ''much'' worse.
* TheDitherer: Strides the line between "Insecure" and "Too Many Trees".
* FirstPersonSmartAss: His thoughts are sometimes even more emotive than his speech and actions. It's implied that the others can see the emotions playing out in his head quite clearly on his face.
* GenderBender: Downplayed. His ''sex'' has changed a few times thanks to Transform and Manaphy's Heart Swap, but he still maintains his gender despite that.
* HeroBall/PingPongNaivete: Absolutely ''suffers'' from this. No matter how much pontificating he ends up doing, most of his decisions have been pretty idiotic and in-the-heat-of-the-moment, which ends up causing him to not only lose the money from Morbitesse but also ''severely'' damages his friendship with PJ (by more or less kidnapping him) and drives him further towards [[BitchInSheepsClothing Belladonna.]]
* LikeBrotherAndSister: Forms this bond with Lucy when they're in Gleamscape. He even considers, then chides himself for, taking up Lucy's family name.
* LineOfSightName: Not a completely straight example, but he was inspired to call himself Eliot after the T.S. Eliot poem he was reading before becoming a Pokémon. He even ends up referencing that fact, [[SmallReferencePools which the non-human Pokemon would have no way of understanding.]]
* MoodSwinger: He has a tendency to go back and forth between different moods.
* PowerIncontinence: He seems to have most trouble out of the cast with this. Due to the way Sketch works, some time after he Sketches a move, he'll inadvertently perform a highly screwy version of the move.
* RealisticDictionIsUnrealistic: Technically averted, but it's used to make the majority of his dialogue seem ''far'' more awkward than it has any right to be.
* SituationalSociability: Not really tied to any particular situation, but his sociability seems to be based on his mood.
* StutterStop: Usually during his more "confident" moments.
* SuicideByCop: He sees this as the inevitable result of his occasional bouts of VA.
* ThemedAliases: Like his regular name, the aliases he uses all reference 19th and 20th century poets.
* VoluntaryShapeshifting: After [[MegaManning Sketching]] Transform from Fan, he gains this ability.
* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: Seems to speak in a very odd combination of generic Northern American and Southern American accents.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Sedmi (Mismagius)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{Sedmikrasky}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=3#70 Page 3]]
->'''Crossed as''': Mismagius

Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Sushi (Torracat)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{Afterwards}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=4#78 Page 4]]
->'''Crossed as''': Litten

Character details go here.
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* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: Sushi's fur substitutes the usual orange of the Litten line for pink, while still retaining the black.
* CarnivoreConfusion: Part of the reason she kills in the first place is because she's convinced that she's strictly carnivorous in her new form.
* {{Catchphrase}}: "Do you hear its call?"
* SerialKiller: She claims to have killed at least ''100'' Pokemon before evolving.
* TokenEvilTeammate: The only known killer of the ex-humans besides Cyk, and she has no qualms about her murderous streak.
* WrongGenreSavvy: She doesn't seem to realize that while she's a cat, she's also an omnivore. This leads her to start killing other Pokemon for food as early as her first day in the Pokemon world.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:F (Espurr)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/f_with_pokepuff.jpg]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{fdiaperhead}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=4#82 Page 4]]
->'''Crossed as''': Espurr

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* AmbiguousGender: Their gender isn't made clear.
* OpenMouthInsertFoot: Has a hard time restraining their words. Which leads to...
** DidIJustSayThatOutLoud: Them accidentally confessing to stalking Max.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Oz (Octillery)]]
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Anza_sb anza_sb]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=7#170 Page 7]]
->'''Crossed as''': Octillery

Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Clarisse Doe (Sawsbuck)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{arimothereindeer}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=9#217 Page 9]]
->'''Crossed as''': Sawsbuck

Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Mila (Raichu)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/mila.jpg]]
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=17#408 Page 17]]
->'''Crossed as''': Raichu

----
* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Not initially, but she eventually picks up a bandanna in Silversand.
* TheDeterminator: There are some shades of this in her speech. She doesn't want to give up without seeing the options ahead of her.
* {{GIRL}}: Or rather, back before she was transformed.
* LoveEpiphany: For Finley, after her NearDeathExperience.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: After shocking the entire party with a well-placed Discharge. Again due to her attitude after Hoard falls. Once more after deciding to give up David.
* NervousWreck: It would be faster to count the days Mila ''hasn't'' had a nervous breakdown for one reason or another.
* PowerIncontinence: Mila has had trouble with her electric powers, having electrocuted herself several times during the first day.
* ShockAndAwe: Naturally coming with her form, though it is often to her chagrin rather than her favor.
* ShrinkingViolet: After her anger issues in Hoard, she becomes this temporarily.
* TraumaCongaLine: From being transformed and swapping genders to losing track of her only companions at the time to having issues with her electricity, Mila has hardly had a day without something stressing her mentally.
* TheWoobie: If this wasn't appropriate before, having to deal with a possible crush on Finley then watching her nearly die right in front of her eyes before saying anything seals the deal.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:J (Archeops)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{StarAndroidJaguar}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=17#419 Page 17]]
->'''Crossed as''': Archeops

Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Spooks (Gourgeist)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{DrNoPuma}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=21#505 Page 21]]
->'''Crossed as''': Gourgeist

Spooks is a rather cheerful Gourgeist who briefly joins the party before disappearing for a long time. He eventually comes back, only to disappear again.
----
* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: He explains that he was so interested in the place where he first met the team that he didn't realize they left long ago.
* TheBusCameBack: After disappearing from the story not long after his first appearance on Page 21, he finally returns on Page 150 before disappearing again.
* ByTheLightsOfTheirEyes: His jack-o-lantern face does this when he reappears in the wilderness.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: He seems to be a little... out there. For one thing, he's [[AngstWhatAngst not that upset]] about being transformed and sent to a different world.
* CreepyJazzMusic: When he reappears, he is singing Music/LouisArmstrong's "Spooks".
* DarkIsNotEvil: His amiable disposition is not what you'd expect from a Ghost-type Pokemon.
* NightmareFetishist: He seems pleased with his new, ghostly form.
* PluckyComicRelief: He has not made any major contributions to the plot so far. He mainly just pops in whenever he feels like it and tries to help the others, only to end up getting left behind.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Goobert (Goodra)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/goobert_whabp_vector.png]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=23#554 Page 23]]
->'''Crossed as''': Goodra

Goobert is one of the few characters to take their transformation into a Pokémon, namely Goodra, in complete stride, and is a relatively cheerful, if cautious, character.
----
* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Takes up wearing glasses the morning after returning to Orichalum after the Ruffian arc.
* AllLovingHero: One of the friendliest out of all the humanmons. Goobert tries to be friendly to everyone he meets and fairly quickly amasses a small circle of friends outside of the main party not long after arriving in Silversand.
* AfraidOfTheirOwnStrength: After Cyk accidentally kills a Weavile during a battle, Goobert begins fearing that he may wind up doing the same thing with his own moves, and even initially runs away from the fight between the party and Lars' gang out of fear of doing so. After the party's last talk with Morbitesse, however, Goobert begins feeling more comfortable with his powers.
* BerserkButton: The only times Goobert has picked a fight with anyone has been when another member of the party has been attacked or injured. This is no better shown than during the climax of the Hoard arc, where after seeing [[LoveInterest Delilah]] being injured by one of the VA vectors, he ''snaps'' and attacks the vector so viciously [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness that it startles other members of the party]].
* BewareTheNiceOnes: While a bit of a cheerful CowardlyLion, Goobert has fought back against enemy Pokémon when they attack or injure one of the other party members.
* BreakTheCutie: Goobert's spirit is completely broken during the fight between Merqury and Bella and the party in Hoard after Delilah is wounded and he himself gets beaten up and injured by Merq. As he lies incapacitated as the battle drags on and tries to find his HappyPlace (which only makes him feel worse), Goobert becomes scared and tearfully admits to Marsha that he wants to go home. (His ''real'' home.) He almost starts crying again once he finds out Serris's true motives afterwards. ([[ThePollyanna True to form, though,]] he's mostly back to his normal self by the time the party leaves the town.)
* CharacterTics: Grips his antennae when nervous or scared.
* TheDitz: Has a few moments of this.
* HatesBeingAlone: Goobert implies that this is the case with him as he gives the full story behind how he originally arrived in this world.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Marlon.
* TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody: Goobert frequently has to resist giving other characters slimy hugs when particularly happy/relieved for them. (And occasionally failing to.) He is also initially embarrassed and disgusted when he discovers that he finds Delilah, a female Garchomp at Silversand Beach (and briefly Ripley) attractive, though he eventually does gain genuine feelings for Delilah. Goobert has other moments where he realizes that he's acting more like a Goodra than a human, such as when he comforts an injured Delilah on one occasion by nuzzling her face, to his embarrassment.
* ThePollyanna: Goobert seems largely unfazed, and even a little excited, about being a Goodra, and so far has bounced back fairly well from the crew's more dangerous experiences. It's possible that being a [[BigFun Goodra]] may have something to do with this.
* PutOnABus: The Silversand arc sees Goobert leaving the group to help out Benji at his marina after Benji loses the help he originally had. He returns for the Castle of Coral arc, but stays behind in Silversand as the others go to Hoard. He soon returns for good during the Hoard arc. He also briefly steps out of the Argatha arc.
* RealDreamsAreWeirder: If Goobert isn't having a dream relevant to his own personal issues or worries, he is having a very bizarre one, which may include anything from a party-wide GenderBender to him seeing everyone around him morphing into Cyk or Delilah.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Luisa (Eevee)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{ActualBeatrice}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=27#652 Page 27]]
->'''Crossed as''': Eevee

Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Rei (Alolan Ninetales)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{Revaryk}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=48#1194 Page 48]]
->'''Crossed as''': Alolan Ninetales

Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Serris (Serperior)]]
->'''Played by''': @/PresidentStalkeyes
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=99#2466 Page 99]]
->'''Crossed as''': ???

A shiny Serperior that arrived in the Pokemon world several months before the others; as such, he's had time to grow accustomed to the Pokemon world and its culture. Using his knowledge of berry mechanics, he established himself as a berry farmer, butting heads with [[{{Archenemy}} Dras-Il]] and trying to set up a trade deal with Orichalcum. He later goes into the soft drinks industry, selling 'Serris' Authentic R-Soda' in Silversand, becoming the CEO of [=SuperiorFarms=], Incorporated.

It's later revealed that he pushed for the introduction of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haber_process Haber Process]] to the island under the patronage of Chairgon Merqury, enabling for much larger berry yields, but patented the process behind Merqury's back, denying the old dragon any profits gained from it.

Following Merqury and Bella's defeat at the end of the Hoard arc, Serris attempts to invoke a deal he had struck with Ripley behind the party's back to trap them in Hoard and use them as guinea pigs for his science partners, intending to take advantage of human knowledge of game mechanics and tropes, [[TheReveal revealing]] himself to have been an antagonist the entire time. The party is ultimately let go anyway thanks to Ripley's intervention.
----
* AuthorAvatar: {{Averted}}; his character was made from scratch and bears no relation to his player.
* CharacterFilibuster: Has a penchant for breaking out into lengthy speeches, almost worthy of a ''Franchise/MetalGear'' character.
* ChronicBackstabbingDisorder: Fittingly for a serpentine Pokemon, he has a habit of turning traitor. He first turned on Merqury by making a patent behind his back and later conspiring to oust him from power, induced the Kapitani to do the same, and betrayed the party by forcing Ripley to make a deal with him that forces ''her'' to betray them as well - [[SpannerInTheWorks though that didn't go according to plan]]. If Merqury predicted correctly, he may be set on betraying Ripley herself in the future.
* ConspiracyTheorist: He suspected that Dras-Il was lying about the HatePlague to further her own agenda, and is later distrustful of Noriaki and Jani, thinking they may be also be lying about their ex-human status. [[CharacterisationMarchesOn He seems to drop this aspect of his character during his more recent appearances]], being outwardly more trusting of those he works with.
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: He runs his own corporation and is more than willing to conspire against political leaders to induce changes that prove beneficial to his business, not to mention attempting to hold his own friends hostage out of an irrational fear that they'll compete with him.
* DeceptiveDisciple: Was this to Chairgon Merqury, with his patenting of the Haber Process being the moment of betrayal.
* DramaQueen: Only he could decide to express mild annoyance by loudly reciting ''[[Music/PhilCollins Against All Odds]]''.
* FaceHeelTurn: At the conclusion of the Hoard arc, though whether he was a Face beforehand or not is debatable.
* {{Greed}}: His prime motivation; just as Merqury said, the abundance of the Pokemon world compared to the human world made him greedy.
* HiddenDepths: In addition to his business acumen, he's also implied to have a background in engineering or chemistry, judging from his involvement with reinventing the Haber Process.
* JadeColoredGlasses: [[NatureIsNotNice His experiences in the wilds]] before meeting up with the others has left him comparably cynical about the world he resides in, though he maintains he's simply being 'realistic'.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He's paranoid, impatient, self-righteous, and greedy, but in spite of it all, he still genuinely likes the party and doesn't want to actually ''hurt'' them.
* LoopholeAbuse: He uses this to keep the [=BrainStorm=] Brewery in Hoard up and running while Merqury was in power; as he's not a Dragon-type, he is forbidden from owning any permanent property in the city, but the brewery makes so much money, paying for the building's monthly rental costs is almost a non-issue. This seriously annoyed Merqury, who only begrudgingly let it happen.
* ManipulativeBastard: At the end of the Hoard arc, it becomes clear that Serris was playing Ripley for a fool the entire time, [[TheExtremistWasRight just as Merqury had warned]] - with Merqury's V.A. infection simply being an excuse to depose him and install Ripley in his place, with Serris as the power behind the throne.
* MoodSwinger: He usually puts on an air of flamboyant, over-the-top theatricality, but is fully capable of reeling it in during his more serious moments; though he tends to be a ColdHam even then.
* PutOnABus: He leaves the party to return to his farm shortly after Sudeaux is introduced, and is later implied to be too busy promoting his new R-Soda to rejoin them.
** TheBusCameBack: After spending some time CommutingOnABus, he plays a major role in the Hoard arc as one third of the conspiracy against Chairgon Merqury, alongside Ripley and Kapitani Khmalidze... and eventually turning against the party at the very end.
* SophisticatedAsHell: Usually speaks in a formal manner, but occasionally stops to say things like 'ain't' or 'whatevs', [[VerbalTic always pausing for the invisible air quotes]].
* VisualPun: He's a snake in both senses of the word.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Noriaki (Dartrix)]]
->'''Played by''': @/Konkfan7
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=108#2690 Page 108]]
->'''Crossed as''': Dartrix

A butler in his human life, Noriaki is just as polite as one would expect someone of his profession to be.

----
* BattleButler: He can serve tea just as well as he can fight.
* DeathGlare: While he does his best to maintain decorum, earning his ire will also net you one of these.
* FlechetteStorm: His primary method of attack is throwing around razor-sharp feathers.
* NiceGuy: Noriaki strives to be a polite and amicable individual, and he accomplishes this goal excellently.
* StepfordSmiler: It's implied that his employer during his human life abused him, but this doesn't stop him from being the loyal and kindhearted person he is.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Jani (Purrloin)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/a10_wonder_cart_jani_zoomed.png]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=109#2710 Page 109]]
->'''Crossed as''': Diglett

As a human, Jani had never played the Pokémon games and only saw a few episodes of the anime. One of the eldest of the humanmons, perhaps only surpassed by Serris and maybe Andy, she attended college at an unnamed public California university and acquired a bachelor's in Computer Science. At the time she was transported into the WHABP world, she was working as a software engineer in Pennsylvania. The transfer happened as she slept.

Arriving in the second wave, Jani the Diglett woke up underground and encountered the group as they were lounging by a stream. Unlike most of the cast, she had transdimensionally swapped bodies with a Diglett named Milly, though this didn't become known until nearly two weeks later. Given her ignorance of the series, she struggled to make sense of anything and one of her earliest adventures resulted in her getting mauled. Having her memories scrambled by a cover story she poorly fabricated, she spent about a week thinking she was a world native, and in that time contracted the Viral Aggression. Leaving the party again until Hoard, she ended up being a bit rougher around the edges and world-weary.

While in her deluded state, but prior to the events of Hoard, she managed to inadvertantly leak an incomplete chemical formula for vulcanized rubber, something she picked up in college Chemistry classes, to a Silversand scientist named Hevea. They filled in the gaps overnight and after teaming up with a local merchant, the three formed a company built around rubber and Hevea's inventions. This factors into some of Jani's absences from the party, but as it's still a fledgeling company, it has had little impact on the world.

Since the events in Hoard, an Escape Orb hitting her led the party to discover the details of how she entered the world. Milly's sisters, Tilly and Lilly, depend on Jani eventually becoming willing to evolve with them, for the sake of their survival. The two became permanent party members, but as a result of Tilly and her mother's overbearing natures, Jani was driven to seek a way out -- and she did, in the form of a Transfer Orb. Said orb [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1041#26023 transformed]] her into a different species.

She currently masquerades as a Purrloin with the alias "Sarah Zant", a fangirlish band nut who has a thing for the Carbon Footprint band first encountered in Gleamscape. She has crafted a backstory using mostly elements of her youth...her love of metal, her time in California, among other things. At the moment, she is posing as a world native from the forest village of Lunalis. Adhering to the notion of "the most effective lies contain kernels of truth", she has done well to keep the facade going, but cracks are starting to form...

!!As a Diglett+ (and in general)

* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Jani gets a "special" beret from Hevea in Silversand, with the main purpose of hiding her bandages...since she left the hospital early. She continues wearing it even after the bandages are removed.
* AloneInACrowd: After the second battle with Lars, where [[HatePlague VA]] infected Jani inadvertently crushes Lars' windpipe, this becomes Jani's state of mind. She skips town for a bit and unceremoniously disappeared into the ground to figure things out. Also, admittedly, was meant to avoid a WriterCopOut as Jani's player couldn't figure out a believable way to get Jani back with the group. (WritersBlock was also a factor)
* AuthorAvatar: Heavily downplayed, as aspects of @/{{sarysa}}'s real life were merely cherry picked. Though the more life beats the tar out of her, the more the character resembles her player.
* CallAHumanAMeatbag: While Jani thought she was a WHABP world native, she called humans meatbags.
** {{Inverted}} when Finley "came out" to her, where she referred to everyone as "meatbags full of memories".
* CantHoldHerLiquor: Can get plastered from one shot due to her being a literal lightweight. Improves later on -- likely due to the body itself simply lacking a built up alcohol tolerance at first.
* DesperatelyLookingForAPurposeInLife: Thrust into a world she doesn't understand, she ends up being all over the map trying to find a unifying purpose -- even after she gets involved with Hevea and Lucy.
* DevilsAdvocate: She does this a lot, even willing to excuse Sushi's behavior. The one mon she can't forgive is Jillian, a meat-eater (and arguable cannibal) who Jani interprets to be an herbivore. She even has second-thoughts about Bella a couple times.
** Though she ends up uneasily teaming up with Jillian for a short awhile after she fled the party following Hoard.
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Originally I gave the 8-inch Jani the "shrunken character" vision where everything seems [[https://thumbs.dreamstime.com/z/looking-up-tall-trees-forest-shenandoah-national-park-virginia-32142513.jpg exaggeratedly large]], so she couldn't see if a tree had berries. Nixed due to being the kind of weakness that drags down the plot.
* FakeMemories: The involuntarily self-induced variety. A cocktail of concocting a fake backstory to fool psychics before suffering considerable head trauma, a lucid nightmare lasting over a day which included a fake traumatic event, and a preachy elderly Sandslash caused Jani to think she was born and raised in an underground village of Digletts. Her human memories still exist, but are subconsciously merged with the fake memories, with unresolvable conflicts giving her severe headaches.
** While she eventually comes to realize (more like comes to terms with) she's human, her memories are still scrambled -- particularly what humans look like.
* FishOutOfWater: Never played the games, only saw a portion of an episode or two, and overall has no clue how the world would even work. This causes her not to know the names of other Pokemon or concepts from the games.
* INeedAFreakingDrink: Seems to be a staple of the character -- first upon the stress of arriving in the world, then pretty much after every major conflict that didn't leave her hospitalized. While VA addled in Hoard, she drank nightly simply to get to sleep. She's not TheAlcoholic, but she drinks when stressed, and the world simply stresses her out on a regular basis.
* TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody: Like most characters, Jani has selective Diglett instincts for the sake of [[AnthropicPrinciple plot convenience]]. She easily discovered basic locomotion, which includes digging underground and digging forward while above ground, as well as a couple other basic instincts...the most out there being her ability to detect individuals on land while underground, a [[RequiredSecondaryPowers required secondary power]] for the species' [[https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Dig signature move]].
** Her reactions to elemental forces have also been swayed by the instincts of her typing. She ''doesn't'' initially, however, have any understanding of how her other moves work, and at first ends up winging it with rather pitiful results. This improves over time.
** She starts adopting both mole-like and Diglett-like behavior later on in the roleplay, unapologetically traveling underground (especially when alone) and even preferring to sleep underground.
* [[TheMovieBuff The Media Buff]]: Jani has seen a lot of film, TV, and even video games (except Pokemon, oddly enough) -- both classic and contemporary, and will often equate situations to media.
* {{Nerd}}: Fairly traditional in this regard, but complicated. She routinely geeks out on science topics, and has a science education and engineering background. A bit more [[ExtravertedNerd extraverted]] than one might expect, but the [[HatePlague Viral Aggression]] mostly brought that out, though she's also bit tone deaf and socially naive. Definitely more brainy than brawny, as she's lost every battle against humanmon opponents, all of which have been type-advantaged for her. Her competence against [=NPCs=] can be chalked up to HumansAreSpecial seeping into the RP overall.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Her using the Transfer Orb has immediate deliterious effects on the sisters.
* TheNicknamer: Occasionally comes up with flowery nicknames for species she doesn't know, placeholder names, or derisive nicknames for those she's angry at.
** Lucille and Richard: [[Series/ILoveLucy The McGillicuddys]]
** Tilly: Der Führer, when she became overbearing early into the Gleamscape arc.
** Wentworth: Ghost Guy (after his Sableye species)
* ParalysisByAnalysis: When Jani started plotting to use the transfer orb, her tendency toward overanalysis went UpToEleven. It got to the point people noticed her being out of it, and she recognized this very flaw, and that she must avoid it in her post-transformation life.
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: There's a bit of meta going on with Jani's decision to use a transfer orb. While it was still properly built up in-game, much of it stems from her player's ongoing uncertainty with species choice -- plus there are other layers of meta underscoring the finer details of that plot as well as Jani's speeches.
* ShellShockedVeteran: After the events of the Hoard arc, Jani can't seem to return to her old self again -- leading her into some rather awkward interactions thereafter. The implications of what she lived through ripple on in her interactions with the Terranport sisters.
* ThirdPersonPerson: NOT in the [[Series/SesameStreet Elmo]] sort of way. Perhaps because she hasn't fully accepted her body's transition, she often talks about her own body as "this body", and has a detached tone when it comes to describing her sensations. She usually refers to her newly found instincts as "this thing's instincts" as well. Somewhat justified in her first battle, where her pain sensations are all out of whack versus her human experience.
** More or less dropped after the accident...even after she came to terms with reality, she's now far more in tune with her own body.
* TimeTravelForFunAndProfit: ...and without the pesky paradoxes to boot! (or the time travel, given WHABP is in an alternate world) Jani inadvertently gives Professor Hevea the secret to [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcanization vulcanized rubber]], and they start a business together along with a Silversand merchant.
* UselessUsefulNonCombatAbilities: Jani was a career programmer and capable hacker as a human. A shame there are no computers.

!!While Swapped With PJ

* TheNicknamer: The fake nicknamer, anyway. She came up with phony nicknames for those PJ hadn't yet assigned one to.
** Andy (Honedge): Blades
** Delilah: Del
** Dieter: Die (briefly), then Deet
** Goobert: Goobs
** Marsha: Mar (same as real PJ's nickname for Marlon)

!!As a Purrloin+

* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Usually seen with her duffel pack, mainly purchased since she couldn't even figure out how quadrupeds store things while in PJ's body.
* ActorAllusion: "Sarah" is a very, ''very'' common corruption of @/{{sarysa}} -- especially in voice chat.
* BalefulPolymorph: '''Averted'''. Jani seems to like her new form within seconds of acquiring it.
* ConsummateLiar: Jani crafts an entire persona out of whole cloth, drawing from researching nearby islands and her college years in California, and takes it very seriously. She was a [=BSer=] as a Diglett but loses any prior ethical burdens in doing so as a Purrloin.
* FallingDamage: Zigzagged for the sake of cluing the reader in -- she landed on her feet (like a cat) after her Aerial Ace transformation, only get distracted and forget to brake -- tumbling into a wall and passing out.
* {{Fangirl}}: Displays this toward Carbon Footprint, and especially Aspen.
* LeeroyJenkins: She goes a bit overboard in her first true battle as a Purrloin, hopping off a third story building and holding onto a Ditto turned Archaeops with her claws.
* LeParkour: Overall seems to be a staple of her time as a Purrloin, though justifiable as it's perfectly normal for cats.
* MeaningfulName: {{Lampshaded}}. Jani's alias ''Sarah'', as she points out, means "princess" (a common cat name) in Hebrew, and the American meaning is "happy". She certainly was happy about her change.
* MsExposition: Heavily {{subverted}}. She reveals quite a bit about the world, a large part of which is a lie constructed from research she did prior to meeting the party as well as information she absorbed from natives, such as Voxno, Lars, and even the Diglett sisters.
* {{Roofhopping}}: Jani does this less than six hours after transforming -- the way she sees it, the basic ability to jump is something most people take for granted.
* SecretIdentity: She crafted an entire persona, posing as a world native from a village called Lunalis.
* UnreliableNarrator: Her information is adapted from more reliable narrators, with lots of "facts" sewn from whole cloth.
* ValleyGirl: In an attempt to make "Sarah"'s more California-style speaking apparent, she dips her toes into valley girl-isms, particularly liberal use of ''like'' and ''totally''. While somewhat {{justified}} due to her persona being a music junkie with fangirlish tendencies, her creator actually spent a good portion of her life in (mainly Northern, but also Southern) California where most people do ''not'' speak this way, but adpoted this trope anyway due to the difficulty of displaying subtle differences between American accents in a text medium.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Andy (Honedge)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=112#2776 Page 112]]
->'''Crossed as''': Joltik

A character who has apparently existed in the immediate group for a while, Andy was introduced far later, once people realized he was present when he pitched in during a conversation. Went unnoticed so long due to being small, even for a Joltik, which is the smallest known Pokémon. Eventually used a Transfer Orb and became a Honedge.

* AuthorAvatar: Subverted
* BullyingADragon: Despite being the smallest member of the group (even smaller than most Joltik, which are known for being among the smallest Pokemon in existence), Andy has no reserves when it comes to pissing off those larger and more dangerous than him. (i.e. Sushi)
* EveryoneHasStandards: Even Andy, a sociopathic, perverted jerk, frowns upon Sushi's mass murder.
* JerkAss
* LovableSexManiac: Though the "Lovable" part is incredibly questionable.
[[/folder]]

%%[[folder:"Pax" (Haxorus)]]
%%->'''Played by:''' @/{{Brutally Honest}}
%%->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=114#2844 Page 114]]
%%->'''Crossed as''': Haxorus
%%
%%----
%%* TheAntiNihilist
%%* AuthorAvatar
%%* DemonicPossession: The character is literally a dead person who "built" a Haxorus' body for himself.
%%* IHaveManyNames
%%* MindOverMatter
%%* RevenantZombie
%%[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dana (Alolan Vulpix)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dana_vulpix.png]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{Daydre}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=116#2900 Page 116]]
->'''Crossed as''': Alolan Vulpix

Character details go here.
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%%[[folder:? (Alakazam)]]
%%->'''Played by''': @/{{Thegeniusyoshi}}
%%->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=124#3077 Page 124]]
%%->'''Crossed as''': Alakazam
%%
%%Character details go here.
%%[[/folder]]

[[folder:Ray (Dewott)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/502dewott_bw_anime.png]]
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Dauthium_Silencer Dauthium_Silencer]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=125#3106 Page 125]]
->'''Crossed as''': Dewott

Character details go here.
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[[folder:Marlon (Gallade)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/download_1_71.jpg]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{Team42Larson}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=172#4280 Page 172]]
->'''Crossed as''': Gallade


Like others in the main party, he was a teenager at the time of his sudden crossing into the world of pokémon. Is probably one of the most level-headed party members.

* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Takes to wearing both a scarf and a glove in Hoard. The glove serves much more use, seeing how it allows Marlon to learn Fire Punch.
* AuthorAvatar: Is this, like the other characters. However, the ability to fight well is something that the Author doesn't have IRL. [[note]] Has no other discernable backstory. Marlon is me as a Gallade.
* BerserkButton: An acquired one (really via A Gallade's natural position), in not being able to protect those who cannot sufficiently fight back.
* CloseRangeCombatant: When fighting in the Hardcheese Tournament, he splits his attacks between this and Psychic abilities. Is his generally preferred method of fighting.
* FreakyFridayFlip: Experiences this with his girlfriend Marsha in Gleamscape thanks to Manaphy. They swap back after a few minutes.
* HeKnowsTooMuch: This is how Perigo had locked on to him in Silversand.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: To Goobert, as they're close friends come Finley's attack. Come Agartha, they fit this much better, even beginning to date Marsha and Delilah, also a pair of good friends.
* HeyYou: When he wakes up, he calls out to... nobody in particular. It doesn't take long for him to find the group, however.
Considering later events, him finding the group can easily be seen as a case of PowerIncontinence. [[spoiler:By the next visit to Orichalcum sarysa had established the idea of sponsoring, and Marlon wasn't sponsored prior. I reclassified him finding the party as a case of this.]]
* MellowFellow: He is typically very laid-back and friendly to everyone in the main group. However, in times when the group faces danger, he does whatever he can to protect them.
* OohMeAccentsSlipping: Begins just after Agartha, as he begins to slip (ever so slightly) into Marsha's Brooklyn-styled accent.
* ProperlyParanoid: Even before the meeting with Serris, he knew that something was very off-putting about Bella's very presence. Finally served up when Bella unveils her master plan. May be a case of naivety, though, as he unwittingly played into Serris's ''own'' plans.
* SurvivorGuilt: Despite the fact that nobody dies, he feels that he could have prevented (and was the indirect cause) the near-fatal injuries sustained by Jani and Finley during Perigo's attacks. This doesn't stop him though, as he is dead-set on stopping Bella in the Hoard arc before she causes this again. After the arc concludes he faces this again, but to a smaller degree (despite having aided in delivering the killing blow.)
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Wohm (Clawitzer)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{Blackie}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=194#4830 Page 194]]
->'''Crossed as''': Clauncher

A weirdo Clauncher who one day woke up in the ocean and made their way to the shore.

* BloodKnight: His animalistic (pokemonistic?) part just wants to fight, kill and test itself
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold
* BerserkButton[=/=]{{Hypocrite}}: If people Wohm meets can be described as full of themselves, he will probably try to call them out on it. Wohm is pretty full of himself as well.
* PainfulTransformation: Type 1 and 2 Since he was disrupting during his evolution, he had to undertake the full brunt of his body changing and his personalities merging.
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[[folder:Jack (Lucario)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jack_the_lucario.png]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=223#5571 Page 223]]
->'''Crossed as''': Lucario

Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

%%[[folder:Kyle (Gengar)]]
%%->'''Played by''': @/{{KyleBrackman}}
%%->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=528#13186 Page 528]]
%%->'''Crossed as''': Gengar
%%
%%Character details go here.
%%[[/folder]]

[[folder:Philly (Voltorb)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{PhilosopherStones}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=620#15484 Page 620]]
->'''Crossed as''': Voltorb

Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Grigori (Decidueye)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{Ore-O}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=876#21889 Page 876]]
->'''Crossed as''': Decidueye

A normally reserved Decidueye wanderer that joined the group in Agartha. He awoke a month ago in the frozen northern island of Nifhel.

* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Took up a pair of [[LennonSpecs round rimmed sunglasses]] in Gleamscape.
* AuthorAvatar: {{Averted}}
* BladeBelowTheShoulder: Type II. How Leaf Blade is manifested for him.
* EnemyWithin: Implied. A mirror of him speaks to him in his nightmares, stating that he represents his wrath and bloodlust. Although, it could be symptom of [[HatePlague Viral Aggression]].
* FriendlySniper: Seems personable to the party for a hunter for hire.
* GloriousMotherRussia: Given that he has a light Russian accent and speaks in Russian, it would be safe to assume he hailed from here when he was human.
* ProfessionalKiller
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dieter (Litleo)]]
->'''Played by''': @/CorvusAtrox
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=977#24422 Page 977]]
->'''Crossed as''': Litleo

Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Lucas Lance (Lilligant)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheAphid}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=987#24666 Page 987]]
->'''Crossed as''': Did not cross, is a native Pokémon.

Former member of the band Carbon Footprint, joins the party after being rescued from the abusive Topher. Character details go here

* StageName: Aspen
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Milo (Umbreon)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{Umbramatic}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1018#25446 Page 1018]]
->'''Crossed as''': Did not cross, is a native Pokémon.

An archaeologist. Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:James (Golett)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{Peashooter}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1100#27497 Page 1100]]
->'''Crossed as''': Golett

Character details go here.
[[/folder]]

!![=NPCs=]

[[folder: Yalta (Type: Null)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/type_null_0.png]]
->'''Played by:''' @/CaliburnAbsoluteEX
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=19#453 Page 19]]

The overseer of the grounds that the group first wake up in. They inform the group about the world and the extinction of humans, but don't share all they know for fear of giving inaccurate information.
----
* DoNotCallMePaul: Yalta is rather opposed to being referred to as Type: Null.
* GuestStarPartyMember: They fight alongside the party during the climactic battle of the Hoard arc.
* MrExposition: They're the first Pokemon the group encounters in the Pokemon world, and as such, they're the first to fill the group in on the basics of the setting and get them started towards their first destination.
* ProperlyParanoid: While the paranoid aspect is [[DownplayedTrope not as apparent]], their suspicions of Serris turned out to hold some water after he's revealed to have never been an ally to the party.
* Really700YearsOld: They've been alive since humans still dominated the earth.
* TheStoic: Quite aloof, displaying little emotion besides initial aggression and guardedness to the humans upon their first meeting.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Neiti (Natu)]]
->'''Played by:''' @/{{whizzerd}}
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=32#778 Page 32]]

A curious little bird that's caught snooping on the group. After learning that they're humans, she guides them all to the hidden town of Orichalcum.
----
* CharacterTics: Staring. She's introduced when her gaze catches the attention of the group, and most of her time spent with them has her continuously staring at them.
* NervousWreck: Like many Natu, Neiti is easily spooked and quick to panic. She's flighty and nervous even when determined to get the group to Orichalcum.
* YouNoTakeCandle: Her speech is basic, containing just the words necessary to convey her thoughts. This is mostly due to her being more comfortable speaking with her mind than with her mouth.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Barry (Mr. Mime)]]
->'''Played by:''' @/{{whizzerd}}
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=35#870 Page 35]]

A friendly inhabitant of Orichalcum. He greets the group when they first arrive, and is the one to set up their accommodation at Frau Morbitesse's manor.
----
* LargeHam: His manner of speech is eloquent and grandiose, and is always accompanied with exaggerated body gestures.
* NiceGuy: He's very amicable, and immediately offers to go out of his way to find food and a place of rest for the group.
* NonIndicativeName: As Cyber points out, he's quite talkative for a mime. His response implies that he's abnormal in that regard, and that other Mr. Mimes are typically quiet.
* PunnyName: ''Barr''y is a Mr. Mime, a species of Pokémon well-known for their use of the move ''Barr''ier.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Carl (Slowpoke)]]
->'''Played by:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=42#1036 Page 42]]

Another Orichalcian. He offers to help the group find Koss, but the group pass him up due to him being quite, well, slow.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Koss (Alolan Raichu)]]
->'''Played by:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=47#1174 Page 47]]

Orichalcum's resident naturalist. He spends more time outside of the town than in, but fortunately is around to help Mila when she starts to have problems with her electricity.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Frau Morbitesse (Gothitelle)]]
->'''Played by:''' @/CaliburnAbsoluteEX
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=52#1280 Page 52]]

The High Oracle of Orichalcum. She offers to put the group up for the night, and in return they help her investigate a band of hooligans that have been messing with Orichalcum's trade.
----
* FunetikAksent: When she speaks, she tends to replace her "W"s with "V"s and her "V"s with "F"s, as well as sprinkling in some GratuitousGerman for good measure. She drops it when she defaults back to her native British accent.
* GratuitousGerman: As if her name didn't tip you off, she frequently uses German words in her speech while she's using her fake German accent.
* OohMeAccentsSlipping: Morbitesse's original British accent begins to leak in through her telepathic messages before she gives up on putting on her false German accent.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Mandy (Sylveon)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/get_yer_own_pokepuff.jpg]]
->'''Played by:''' @/{{fdiaperhead}}
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=55#1367 Page 55]]

F's sister, who somehow also became a Pokémon.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Lady Castien's Group]]

A group of ruffians that intercepted a shipment of goods that were heading for Orichalcum. Initially thought to be dangerous, it was then revealed that they were actually a young group of {{LARP}}ers who had stolen the shipment because they were hungry for ice cream.

!!Sir Gilbet (Chatot)
->'''Played by:''' @/WeirdGuy149
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=69#1706 Page 69]]

The first LARP member that the group encounter. Foul-mouthed and Russian, he attempted to scare the party off before they could investigate the ruffian's mansion.

!!Ser Agibalt/Bertie (Cubone)
->'''Played by:''' {{@/Beverly}}
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=71#1758 Page 71]]

The second member of the LARP group.

!!Ser Daunting/Jimmy (Mimikyu)
->'''Played by:''' {{@/Beverly}}
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=74#1832 Page 74]]

The leader of the ruffians. Staunchly in denial that he's not a Pikachu, nor the leader of a ragtag band of adventurers.

!!Lady Castien/Marsha (Meowstic)
->'''Played by:''' {{@/Beverly}}
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=72#1799 Page 72]]

The oldest of the ruffian gang. In actuality she's their foster mother, and is furious to learn that her children have stolen Orichalcum's shipment.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Dras-Il (Trevenant)]]
->'''Played by:''' @/{{whizzerd}}
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=82#2032 Page 82]]

The guardian of the forest surrounding Orichalcum. She re-arranges the forest so that the group becomes lost and then attacks them, seemingly with little provocation. After the battle, it's discovered that she was victim to a HatePlague that exaggerated her anger to violent levels. To make up for attacking them, she guides the party back to Orichalcum.
----
* BlueAndOrangeMorality: Her fierce protection of trees is viewed as overkill by some of the group members. Being a tree herself, her perception of them is much more personal that it would be to Pokémon who aren't also plant-life.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: When first encountered she's under a spell that amplifies her anger, leaving her violent and unwilling to listen to reason. She snaps out of it after she seriously injures Oz, her concern for his well-being winning out against the rage.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: While brusque and short-tempered, even when ''not'' influenced by outside forces, she still cares deeply for her forest and its inhabitants, and is genuinely concerned for the group after she attacks them.
* NoSocialSkills: Due to spending most of her time talking with nature rather than Pokémon, she's ill-equipped to deal with the group's social problems.
* {{Protectorate}}: She's sworn to protect the forest that she resides in. Even when not under the influence of the HatePlague, she makes it clear that she still would've punished Nyquil for harming the trees.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: She uses Phantom Force in her battle against the party. Eliot copies the move, which leads to him forcefully being dragged into the shadow world, which causes the rest of the group to collectively freak out and (in Mila's case) accidentally hurt each other.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Uryu (Espeon)]]
->'''Played by:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut:''' [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=103#2565 Page 103]]

The healer tasked with taking care of the party after their fight with Dras-Il. Isn't fond of Serris.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Teller (Alakazam)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=116#2886 Page 116]]

Mind reading barkeep of Orichalcum. Has a gruff exterior and mannerisms akin to the human world, mainly constructed by reading the minds of the ex-human patrons.

* TheBartender: Obviously, he embodies a lot of the tropes of a human bartender. Of course, part of his act is derived from human expectations while they're around.
* TheBusCameBack: After around 750 pages of simply being out of focus, Teller is the first Orichalcum resident to return for the redux.
* DealWithTheDevil: To a degree -- to sponsor some of the newer members of the party, Teller gets those present to agree for them, and their party members, to leave their minds open for reading. Last time that happened, the party was attacked by Lars' crew.
* KnowledgeBroker: Implied. He welcomes the ex-human mons to stay and order for free, while reading their minds presumably for information to sell to other patrons.
* LawfulNeutral: While alignments are fairly generic tropes, there might be no better way to describe Teller in a nutshell. As he works with a wide range of (sometimes conflicting) interests, while being a bit of a businessman himself, he had no qualms with revealing the party's location. He simply sees himself as an opportunist in a world of conflicts, working with (but not for) every faction whose trust he can win.
* MeaningfulName: While intended as a pseudo-corruption of [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV FFIV's Sage Tellah]] (テラ (Tera) could conceivably be translated as Teller), it also serves as an homage to the magician [[Creator/PennAndTeller Teller]]. One could also take the name [[LiteralMinded literally]], as Teller serves as an exposition device.
* MrExposition: He gives the party some information about the region.
* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: He initially constructed an accent based on his interpretation of what humans would expect from a barkeep. However, he dropped it while trying to convince Mila that she needs to train. He also drops it when only other Pokemon are around, speaking in a "neutral Pokemon" accent not unlike real-world Mid Atlantic.
* QuestGiver: Ends up being this for Grigori, pointing him in the direction of a Crabominable criminal. Of course, his tips don't come free.
* TheStoic: For the most part, he's able to keep keep a steady exterior, owing much to his age. However, his facade cracks ever so slightly as his "on the house" offer extends to more than 10 people, and then completely breaks when [[BigEater Guy the Snorlax]] walks in.
* {{Telepathy}}: Canon power for Alakazam, but leveled up. While limited to simple mind reading, Teller is an elderly Alakazam who has learned to not only read minds with no focus required, but he can also simultaneously read multiple minds at once. The downside, his range is limited to about 20 feet.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Sudeaux (Sudowoodo)]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/PresidentStalkeyes
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=130#3246 Page 130]]

Serris' right-leaf man and Assistant Head Administrator of his [[InsistentTerminology Berry-Farming Concern]], who oversees the day-to-day running of the operation. Easily excitable, obsessed with order and cleanliness and very loyal to his boss.

* CharacterTics: As befitting his species, he has a tendency to mimic whatever gestures or actions his boss Serris is doing, which often extends to repeating what Serris has said, but worded differently. Sometimes the Seperior is annoyed by this, while at other times he doesn't seem to care.
* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: It's practically a VerbalTic of his to restate, re-issue, repeat various items, examples, terms of speech in different, alternative, colourful ways to further emphasise, highlight, hammer in his points.
* DramaQueen: He makes Serris look positively ''restrained'' by comparison. Very few of his sentences end in anything other than an exclamation mark.
* ALizardNamedLiz: 'Sudeaux' being just 'Sudo' with [[AsLongAsItSoundsForeign a faux-French spelling.]]
* NeatFreak: His defining character trait; he seems to despise 'dirty, splinter-filled' trees in particular and resents being part of a species who have been forced to mimic them just to survive, hence his desire for order and civilisation. This is what lead him to work for Serris in the first place, since they largely desired the same thing.
* NumberTwo: To Serris.
* SarcasmBlind: He's first introduced rushing over to the rest of the group, desperately trying to find Serris. When Andy sarcastically tells him that he's buried alive under the Sudowoodo's feet, he takes him at his word and frantically begins digging.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Lars (Hakamo-O)]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/PresidentStalkeyes
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=145#3624 Page 145]]

A traveling fighter, the son of Chairgon Merqury and a recurring rival to the party, especially PJ. Lars first appeared as the leader of a trio of Fighting-Type Pokemon the group encounters shortly after their training just outside Orichalcum, alongside Max and Bash. The three were mercenaries searching for rumoured ex-humans to beat them up for a currently unknown reason, and the others trick them into wasting time in Orichalcum to prepare for a battle against them. Lars ultimately suffers defeat and is abandoned.

After his humiliating defeat, Lars' throat gets crushed by Kapitani Khmalidze - the one who hired him - for his failure and seemingly disappears from the story. He wasn't through with the humans yet, however; he spends the next few days training before tracking them down to a Silversand bar on Page 354, demanding a rematch. [[TookALevelInBadass He proves to be a much tougher opponent]], but is defeated again regardless. He later makes a cameo in Hoard, where he's shown interacting with his father for the first and last time.

The next time he appears, he's seeking out Kojo, Bash's old master, in the hopes of training to help him in his eventual third encounter with the party, but leaves empty-handed after suffering a brief panic attack.

* AchillesHeel: During the second fight with him, his neck - where he was literally crushed under Khmalidze's heel and wears a cushioned neckband to protect it - is this. He's ultimately defeated when Jani [[AttackItsWeakPoint strikes this area]], completely by chance.
* ArrogantKungFuGuy: A part Fighting-Type Pokemon that spends most of his appearance [[TrashTalk Trash Talking]] and/or generally insulting people? Definitely. Though it turns out that he'll abruptly drop the act when faced with a sufficient show of force; at least before his CharacterDevelopment, whereupon he becomes a straighter example.
* BloodKnight: Relishes the opportunity to fight some humans, having heard they're all planet-destroying badasses, and scoffs at Finley's pacifism. It gets to the point that he admits that he always wanted to defeat the party and any reasons for doing so are simply excuses.
* BoozeBasedBuff: Or rather, KlatchianCoffee-based buff. After taking a sock to the jaw, he quickly downs a whole bottle of Serris' R-Soda, numbing the pain and giving him a temporary level boost so he can keep fighting, [[HoistByHisOwnPetard but this also leads to him getting hyper and easily distracted, opening him up for an attack.]]
* CatchPhrase: ''"The name's Lars, son of Merqury! Remember that name!"'' Becomes a SubvertedCatchPhrase when he introduces himself to Kojo - he begins saying it but flounders and stops half-way, perhaps realising that it wasn't the right occasion.
* DirtyCoward: For all his boasting, he still backs down in the face of those he knows are stronger than he is, such as Max and Bash when they're getting tired of his attitude. He later abandons his partners and sells out his employer in an attempt to save his own scales. [[CharacterisationMarchesOn He gets better about this during his later appearances.]]
* FragileSpeedster: Is this during his second encounter; he evades or blocks almost all attacks thrown at him and defeats Guy, a ''[[MightyGlacier Snorlax]]'', through DeathOfAThousandCuts, but it only takes two well-placed hits to put him out of commission.
* GenreSavvy: Surprisingly enough, he actually learns from his mistakes and comes prepared for his second encounter. He makes a point of not rushing into things like an idiot or getting distracted, as both contributed to his literal downfall. He also learns a projectile attack and Bullet Punch, an offensive Steel-type move[[note]]Which Hakamo-o can't actually learn in canon, but this was [[RuleOfDrama overlooked for the sake of drama]][[/note]], [[ElementalRockPaperScissors specifically to counter PJ's Fairy typing]] - though he never actually gets to use it against PJ.
* ItsPersonal: Unlike his first encounter with the party, his second encounter was motivated entirely by his desire for revenge for being, in his eyes, cheated out of a fair fight. [[YouKilledMyFather Flares up even further after he finds out that the party was complicit in his father's death.]]
* LeeroyJenkins: How he got defeated during his first fight with the party; he charged at Jani, [[EpicFail running straight into a pit trap she had set up]], and spent pretty much the entire fight trapped down there - getting pelted with Fairy Wind by PJ - while his hired muscle did all the actual fighting. {{Averted}} during his second encounter, however.
* RoyalBrat: Subverted. He's the son of Merqury, the Chairgon, or the 'Merchant King' of Hoard - [[IAmXSonOfY as he's likely to remind you.]] Technically not royalty, but comes with all the trappings otherwise.
* TheBusCameBack: Seemed to vanish from the story for good after his first defeat, but unexpectedly returned 173 pages later, thirsty for vengeance.
* TookALevelInBadass: After making a complete hash of his first fight, he challenges the party to a rematch 173 pages and a considerable amount of 'self-improvement' later. To demonstrate this, he re-introduces himself to the party by ''[[DynamicEntry beating up a Conkeldurr bouncer and kicking him through a door with minimal effort]]''. In the ensuing fight, he proves much more of a threat, and ''succeeds'' in knocking out Guy before being defeated again.
* WellDoneSonGuy: He wants nothing more than to impress his father, Merqury, even though said father barely acknowledges he exists, and outright calls him a 'mistake' to his face. His inability to do so before Merqury's death becomes a major sore spot for him, feeling as though his 'reason for being' was taken from him.
* VillainousBreakdown: Suffers a brief one after his meeting with Kojo, when he considers the possibility that he may have contracted the Viral Aggression and thus may be indirectly responsible for his father's death. After a short panic attack, he resolves to seek out the party anyway, implicitly in the hopes that it may alleviate some of the damage and put his mind at ease.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Max and Bash]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/PresidentStalkeyes
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=145#3617 Page 145]]

A pair of aspiring fighting experts that took on 'thug work' to pay the bills. Initially introduced as Lars' hired muscle, they later pull a HeelFaceTurn and abandon him. They later show up in Hoard by themselves, intending to make a name for themselves in the legitimate fighting circuit at the Hardcheese Amateur Tournament. Max is later revealed to be good friends with Goobert and Delilah's friend Marsha, having grown up in the same neighbourhood in Silversand.

!!The Two Together:
* BigThinShortTrio: With Lars; Max, Bash, and Lars, respectively.
* DefeatMeansFriendship: After they and Lars get their arses kicked, they decide fighting the party isn't worth it, pulling an undeclared HeelFaceTurn before [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere leaving Lars on his own.]]
* LikeAnOldMarriedCouple: Very frequently bicker with each other, with the added absurdity of only Max's side of the argument being heard.
* PlatonicLifePartners: They're not romantically involved, but are very close to each other nonetheless.
* PunchClockVillain: When doing 'thug work'; they only seemed to care about getting paid and harboured no ill-will towards the party, or anyone else they butted heads with.
* RedOniBlueOni: Bash is red, Max is blue - [[VisualPun literally, even.]] This is reflected in their respective approaches to battle; Bash prefers speed, aggression and [[ConfusionFu psyching out the opponent]], Max prefers to play the waiting game and strategically tank hits, scoring [[VictoryByEndurance victories by endurance.]]
* ReformedCriminal: After spending time doing 'thug work' due to financial difficulties, they aspire to abandon this line of work and go legit.
* TerribleTrio: With Lars; they fit the basic pattern of 'a Boss and two Henchman very physically different from the Boss', but subverted in that they're treated as a legitimate threat at first, and the ''Boss'' is the bumbling one who has to be kept in check by his Henchmen, not the other way around.
* TheWorfEffect: They were considered minibosses in their first appearance, but get thoroughly trounced in the TournamentArc in Hoard.

!!Max (Machoke):
* AffablyEvil: When she was still an antagonist, since she was OnlyInItForTheMoney. She was the nicest member of Lars' crew, assuring the party that they're not there to kill anyone, [[FalseReassurance just maim or seriously injure]]. Later, she apologises to Teller for the trouble Lars causes at his bar and offers him a tip as compensation, knowing that Lars would go back on the deal he made. This later gets a CallBack when she compensates the dojo in Hoard for all the training dummies she destroyed following a
massive freak-out on her part.
* BerserkButton: Suggesting she's DumbMuscle. This later turns out to be due to a sense
size of insecurity when comparing herself to her friend Marsha, who was much better than her intellectually as kids. She even confesses to Marsha that she always felt she had 'more muscles than brains'.
* BrooklynRage: She speaks with a thick New York accent, as part of her {{Expy}} status. Marsha has the same accent, presumably making it common to their shared neighbourhood in Silversand.
* {{Determinator}}: In her fight with Guy, she bears through being poisoned and burned simultaneously, and goes down wrapped tightly around Guy's neck, hoping to knock him out before she was knocked out herself.
* {{Expy}}: Is essentially a [[GenderFlip Gender-Flipped]] version of [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIII Alex]]. She even uses some of his moves and [[CatchPhrase Catch Phrases]].
* GenderBlenderName: 'Max' is short for 'Maxine'.
* HeroicBSOD: After Bash gets brutally beaten and possibly crippled in his tournament bout, she goes crazy and destroys an entire dojo's worth of training dummies until she's too exhausted to continue. She recovered from it by the time Nyquil runs into her, however.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: She orders Bash to stand down after it becomes obvious the two of them can't defeat the entire party by themselves.
* WrestlerInAllOfUs: For her, a Seismic Toss is five German Suplexes in a row.

!!Bash (Blaziken):
* BloodKnight: A [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] example compared to, say, Lars; he's clearly quite disappointed upon learning he'll have to surrender to the party during their first encounter, but doesn't object.
* CareerEndingInjury: Subverted with his brutal loss against 'La Cuchilla' in the tournament. While it's implied he'll eventually recover, it'll clearly take a long time, possibly beyond the scope of the RP.
* CerebusRetcon: The source of his '[[PokemonSpeak speech impediment]]'. Initially an amusing quirk, it's later revealed to be the end result of a nasty encounter he had with a Psychic legendary, implying that the Psychic inflicted ''permanent brain damage'' on him.
* EccentricMentor: He chooses to teach Nyquil how to use Flame Charge, and briefly falls into this due to the language barrier between the two forcing him to communicate entirely in graphs carved onto the wall of his hotel room.
* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: He wears a [[FashionVictimVillain flame-patterned bowling shirt with the buttons open]], and nothing else.
* HotBlooded: Fittingly enough, he has a much more enthusiastic and energetic approach to everything than the more cautious Max.
* GenreSavvy: Zig-Zagged. Better demonstrated during his first appearance, where correctly deduces that the first, supposedly 'mistaken' set of directions the party gives is the correct one, and the subsequent 'corrections' are actually attempts to mislead them, and when they return to the party's location, he's the first one to realise that Jani is attempting to lead them into a trap. During his appearance in Hoard, however, [[WrongGenreSavvy it becomes apparent that he's not infallible]]; he exhausts himself training, gets complacent against his type-disadvantaged opponent in the tournament, and winds up suffering a painful CurbStompBattle at her hands.
* NoodleIncident: Besides the above-mentioned Psychic encounter, there's also the source of the nickname that his master Kojo gave him - 'Bashamo the Eggshell-Walker'.
* PokemonSpeak: Is so far the ''only'' character in the RP to play this straight, though with a slight twist as he can only say his species' ''Japanese'' name: Bashāmo. Max is the only one who can demonstrably understand him, and as such has to 'translate' everything he says. It's implied that his master Kojo could understand him as well.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Voxno (Unown)]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:Excited by @/{{Daydre}}, others from Bulbagarden]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=174#4344 Page 174]] (hinted on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=155#3870 Page 155]])

Chief Investigator of the Guild of Orichalcum, Voxno is an Unown who conducts various investigations for the guild. It is a rare Unown, capable of shifting between the letters but only doing so when its mood changes. It initially encounters the party after their last night staying with Frau, but is introduced at Teller's bar before Lars' crew battles the party.

* TheBusCameBack: Before the Hoard arc, Voxno returned -- originally intended to spy on the party, but went against orders.
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: It used to be that Voxno could only ask a question in Unown-? form. Then the player started coming up with loopholes, like interrobangs for Unown-!. Then she just outright deprecated
it, as it derailed pretty much any encounter.
* ExpositionFairy: Ends up being this for the Yamaropu arc and damn well nearly devolves into this for the second part. Voxno's player took it out of focus for a bit to avoid leading it the party again -- it's just an ordinary companion in the after-Silversand arc.
* {{Expy}}: Given the wide range of personalities for Voxno, many forms emulate a specific character:
** TheSpock: Unown-V is essentially like a ''Franchise/StarTrek'' Vulcan. Comes with SpockSpeak (plus CannotUseContractions), and most MrExposition happens in this form.
** GenkiGirl: Unown-! is more or less [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Pinkie Pie]] toned down a little. Can be a bit [[TheDitz ditzy]], and though knowledgeable may be an UnreliableNarrator at times. Is a simple [[TheNicknamer nicknamer]], coming up with cutesy and intuitive names for other guild members.
** RhymesOnADime: Unown-? isn't based on anyone, but rhymes and [[ConstantlyCurious always asks questions]]. Also uses it to give a NonAnswer by answering with a question. '''Deprecated''' around post 9800 or so...it'll only be used when Voxno ''wants'' to be cryptic.
** TheNapoleon: Rotated Unown-K is essentially this, acting on presumed authority, [[EmphasizeEVERYTHING using LOTS of EMPHASIS]], though coming across as kinda petulant.
** TheSociopath: Evil Unown-W form, only brought on by the [[HatePlague Viral Aggression]], resembles any cold-hearted killer that doesn't have some kink to go along with it. Chara is a good recent example, though Unown-W is a bit less extreme.
** TheEeyore: Voxno-L is a self-reinforcing depressive who has trouble concentrating (and a mild form of PowerIncontinence) while struggling to pull itself out of said funk. There's no wonder that Voxno learned to bury that personality...and was successful at it for many years. Guilt over putting the infected humanmons in harm's way and Jani's [[AloneInACrowd almost-BSOD]] brought it to the surface.
** SentimentalDrunk: Drunken Unown-N form, Voxno's always a happy drunk, but dumb as a post. As an high ranking investigator and an agent of the guild, this is easy Voxno's greatest liability when it comes to forms, which is why Voxno rarely drinks.
* HyperAwareness: Goes for most forms (except L, and maybe N) given Voxno's twenty years as an investigator. Was DoubleSubverted when Voxno-N, the drunken form, figured out who transformed Maran was. Voxno-N first cited a birthmark that doesn't exist, admitting that it just guessed, but then pointed out that such an inexpensive inn couldn't afford to hire many employees and that's what gave it away, which is true to form for Vox.
* InvoluntaryShapeshifter: It can ''only'' shift into other Unown shapes, and it tends to be involuntary -- reflecting its mood and tone.
* PunnyName: Voxno is ''almost'' a one character increment/decrement mix of Unown. That would actually be Vonxo, which is secretly the Unown's actual name, but it goes by "Voxno" because no one around it could properly pronounce its name, so it just rolled with it.
* PutOnABus: Twice now...first, when party headed to Manaphy's Castle, second after the Hoard arc.
* ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight: The normal guild protocol for handling [[HatePlague Viral Aggression]] victims is quarantine. Voxno takes issue with this, and requests reconnaissance duty after suspecting some of the party is infected so that it can protect them from being pursued by the guild for quarantine.
* SplitPersonality: Downplayed, and of the "sharing memory" variety. To the outside observer, it can easily seem like it has multiple personalities. In reality, it simply makes abnormally drastic shifts in tone on a dime.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Andy's "Gang"]]
!! Princess (Leavanny)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=183#4564 Page 183]]

A Leavanny who claims to be Andy's daughter, though in actuality is the daughter of Paula, one of Andy's former companions.

!!Bud (Machoke)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=183#4564 Page 183]]

One of Andy's gang, and the adoptive father of Princess.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Minor Characters - Road and Silversand Residents]]
!!Rilla (Wigglytuff)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=182#4530 Page 182]]

Waitress at a restaurant the gang stopped at en route to Silversand.

!!Restaurant Bouncers
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=183#4574 Page 183]]

Gene (Infernape), Dodie (Venusaur), and Cole (Emboar) who monitored the potential conflict between the humanmons and Andy's gang and later are interviewed by Voxno about potentially [=VA-fueled=] conflicts around the restaurant on the road.

!!Hotoke (Froslass)
->'''Played by''': @/{{PresidentStalkeyes}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=189#4710 Page 189]]

Tried to sell the group ice, then (more successfully) sold them some of Serris' berry sodas.

!!Ariane (Midday Lycanroc)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Daydre}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=191#4770 Page 191]]

Guild leader of the Silversand branch.

!!Raumati (Alolan Marowak)
->'''Played by''': @/{{PresidentStalkeyes}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=191#4756 Page 191]]

Husband of Hotoke.

!!First Responders
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=196#4896 Page 196]]

Blissey, Excadrill, and Blastoise (Thomas) who serve as paramedic, access demolition, and firefighter respectively.

!!Silversand Police Department
->'''Played by''': @/{{PresidentStalkeyes}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=197#4912 Page 197]]

Hard-boiled officers that managed the crime scene after the Delcatty mauled Jani, and later appeared to attempt to stop the possessed Gloria rampaging across town [[CurbStompBattle (and failed)]]. Mostly Electabuzz and Electivire, with some Eelektriks, Eelektross, Emolgas and Magnezones as special response units.

!!Kevin (Wartortle)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=196#4898 Page 196]]

Son of first responder Thomas, who is learning firefighting and paramedic skills.

!!Eyedol (Meowth) and Bolda (Golem)
->'''Played by''': @/{{PresidentStalkeyes}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=213#5307 Page 213]]

A pair of [[ConArtist con artists]] living in the Silversand slums. They attempt to scam some money out of the party by pretending to be a noble bodyguard-for-hire called Fool's Gold, and Stone Rose, a savage criminal for him to defeat, respectively, but the party prove too smart for them.

* EyepatchOfPower: Subverted; Eyedol wears an eyepatch and isn't threatening at all.
* FakeBrit: Eyedol is an in-universe subversion. He normally speaks in a thick [[UsefulNotes/BritishAccents Scouse]] accent, but puts on a stereotypical RP accent when assuming the role of 'Fool's Gold'. Both of these are British accents.
* GentleGiant: Bolda, who in contrast to her monstrous appearance, is soft-spoken, forgetful, and self-deprecating.
* IneffectualSympatheticVillain: Arguably. It's not made clear if they do what they do to get by or if they just enjoy scamming tourists, but the party seems to take pity on them; both for being terrible con artists, and because they get scared off by Voxno's terrifying Viral Aggression form.
* LargeHam: This sort of acting ultimately foils their con; Eyedol as 'Fool's Gold' puts on an overly loud and melodramatic performance, while Bolda as Stone Rose tries ''way'' too hard to look like a snarling, savage monster, and utterly fails because of her total inability to actually ''be'' monstrous.
* MeaningfulName: Eyedol's alias, Fool's Gold, is a reference to the coins generated by Meowth's SignatureMove, Pay Day. This is even Lampshaded by Eyedol, who hoped to invoke RefugeInAudacity.
* PunnyName: Eyedol - Idol, in reference to his eyepatch and the 'False Idol'. Bolda - Boulder, of course.
* ShoutOut: Their aliases are references to Music/TheStoneRoses. Eyedol, meanwhile, shares his name with the boss of the original ''VideoGame/KillerInstinct''.

!!Jessica (Cinccino) and child (Minccino)
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->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=216#5390 Page 216]]

An employee of the guild who lives in the slums, along with her child.

* DissonantSerenity: In a part of the slums where the party was expecting a battle, they ended up being a very sane and calming duo in the otherwise insane slums.

!!Gloria (Chansey)
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->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}} (normal) and Tropers/{{sarysa}} (possessed by Yamaropu)
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=224#5579 Page 224]]

The receptionist at the hospital in Silversand. Kindly and a bit headstrong, she spends much of her debut appearance being possessed by Yamaropu.

* BerserkButton: Flips out once she learns that she was "body-snatched" by Yamaropu.
* ChekhovsGunman: First appears as just a hospital employee confused by everyone rushing into the hospital after the botched journey into the slums before eventually falling victim to Yamaropu.
* DemonicPossession: A victim of this by Yamaropu the Dusknoir.

!!Agents of S.W.O.R.D.S.
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=239#5951 Page 239]] (mentioned on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=219#5460 Page 219]])

Potsa (Pigeot), an unnamed Wigglytuff, and an unnamed Conkeldurr who work for the Swords of Justice. After a little spat with the local police, they are granted custody of Yamaropu by the town mayor, and take him off to quarantine at locations unknown.

!!Mayor Cygnot (Swanna)
->'''Played by''': @/{{PresidentStalkeyes}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=240#5977 Page 240]]

The chipper and optimistic Mayor of Silversand Town, who shows up once Yamaropu
has been neutralised to authorise the Swords Of Justice's acquisition of his unconscious body for their research.

!!Woodruff (Furret)
->'''Played by''': @/BlackMageAnolis
->'''Debut:''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=207#5155 Page 207]]

Runs the front desk at the Windswept Inn. He'll occasionally sneak off to go swimming, and Eliot meets him in his usual swimming spot after PJ absconds in anger from the guild hall. Later that night, he inadvertently helps Perigo hide from the guild members out searching for him.
* DisappearedDad[=/=]MissingMom: His parents, even during the night, are nowhere to be seen, despite his narration stating that the house he's staying in is his parents'.
* {{Escapism}}: His swimming.
* WiseBeyondHisYears: In his earlier years, if his childhood talk with Koss is anything to go by.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: The Goo Crew/Goop Troop]]
A group of three (later four) Pokémon that Goobert befriends when the party reaches Silversand. The three of them tag along with Goobert when he rejoins the party after taking a breather to make a place for himself in Silversand, and are later joined by a fourth member in Agartha.

!!Tropes applying to multiple characters:

* FreudianTrio: In most circumstances, Marsha is the Id, Delilah is the Superego, and Benji is the Ego.
* UndyingLoyalty: After Marsha makes a promise to Finley to have Goobert's back whenever he's away from the party, the three of them eventually gain this towards Goobert, to the point of staying by his side when he rejoins the party. (Impressive considering that they've only known each other for just over a week by the time they and Goobert join the party.)

!!Marsha (Swampert)
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->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=189#4716 Page 189]]

A somewhat surly but out-going Swampert who is Benji's sister and a lifeguard on the beach in Silversand; beleaguered by certain pranksters misbehaving and being upstaged by Delilah. She and Marlon eventually fall for each other.

* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Is implied to have been a well-respected lifeguard until Delilah was hired, leaving her now sitting around bored as Delilah takes on all legitimate rescues before she can.
* BigSisterInstinct: Is generally very protective of Benji. She journeys to the Castle of Coral with everyone else when she learns that Benji is imprisoned down there along with the rest of the ''Shifter'' crew. (As well as Goobert's body, which, at the time, was inhabited by Belle after a FreakyFridayFlip.) When Benji is mistakenly kidnapped during the Argatha arc, she wastes no time in volunteering to help find him. She eventually reveals to Marlon that she is afraid to see Benji leave for good.
* BrooklynRage: Speaks in this sort of accent, though it isn't nearly as pronounced as her friend Maxine.
* ChildhoodFriends: Is eventually revealed to have been this with Maxine the Machoke. They meet again in Hoard.
* FlowerInHerHair: Although she doesn't actually have any hair.
* HiddenDepths: Her horror at the riots in Silversand during the fight with Yamaropu and possibly having to abandon it during said event suggests a strong emotional attachment to the town, normally hidden by her surly demeanor.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: A bit surly and loud-mouthed, but still a relatively friendly person when she's in a good mood.
* NamesTheSame: Shares a name with Lady Castien. This leads to things getting confusing when the two meet.
* TheNapoleon: Marsha is shorter than usual for a Swampert (only being about 3' 11'') and loud-mouthed at times. (Though this is balanced out by her [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold genuinely good nature]].)
* TheNicknamer: Refers to nearly everyone she meets or hangs out with by some sort of nickname.
* VitriolicBestBuds: Her relationship with Delilah is more-or-less along the lines of this. It gets more nuanced as time goes on.
* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: It's implied that she has a near-crippling fear of Gyarados and being eaten by one when the party faces the squad guarding the entrance to the Castle of Coral.

!!Delilah (Garchomp/Dragonite)
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->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=191#4766 Page 191]]

A kindly but somewhat sensitive Garchomp that Goobert has the hots for, eventually becoming Goobert's girlfriend. She is turned into a Dragonite during the Wonder Orbs arc.

* BettyAndVeronica: Is the Betty to Cyk's Veronica in the Goobert/Cyk/Delilah LoveTriangle.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Delilah started off as a somewhat generic NiceGirl archetype before eventually becoming a FragileFlower haunted by a DarkAndTroubledPast.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Eventually, it's revealed that Delilah has a troubled history with Mega Evolution to say the least. The first (and, as it turns out, the last) time she attempted to do so was when she used her mother's own Garchompite to Mega Evolve without asking. Unprepared for the transformation, [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity Delilah went crazy]] and wound up attacking and crippling her mother when she attempted to help Delilah. Afterwards, Delilah swore she'd never Mega Evolve (or even battle) again and dedicated herself to helping people instead of hurting them, leading to her becoming a lifeguard.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Delilah buys a red swimsuit in Hoard and takes to wearing it most of the time.
* LoveEpiphany: Her concern for the well-being of Goobert after he accidentally poisons himself leads to one of these, as she reveals to Goobert as he recovers.
* NiceGirl: A fairly calm and friendly individual. She takes Goobert's initial discomfort with pursuing a relationship with her in stride.
* InnocentlyInsensitive: To Marsha at times.
* ShoutOut: With her job as a co-lifeguard to Marsha and the red one-piece swimsuit she begins wearing as of the Hoard arc, Delilah has become a walking ''Series/{{Baywatch}}'' reference.
* StepfordSmiler: It's hinted occasionally that she seems to have repressed memories of a past incident involving Mega Evolution, considering her discomfort with the concept and frequent urges for Goobert and Marlon to be careful with them. It's eventually revealed that the last time Delilah attempted to Mega Evolve, she went crazy and nearly killed her own mother.
* VitriolicBestBuds: While mostly patient with Marsha, she does occasionally get a bit tired of Marsha's loud-mouth.

!!Benji (Ditto)
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[[caption-width-right:100:Benji's Swampert form]]
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[[caption-width-right:100:Benji's Noivern "Marjorie" form]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=252#6276 Page 252]]

Marsha's adopted Ditto sibling who owns and rents out a pontoon boat known as the ''Shifter'' at the Silversand marina. While he is a Ditto, he defaults to the form of a male Swampert, though he occasionally takes the form of a female Noivern named Marjorie as well. He's very out-going and friendly, though sometimes these two aspects of himself get him in trouble. He adopts a quieter, more demure personality as Marjorie.

* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Is implied to be this to Marsha, as when she finally meets him after the resolution of the body-swap between Goobert and Belle, she implies that this is far from the first scrape she's had to bail him out of.
* BenevolentBoss: Already a pretty nice guy, he takes Goobert and Mookie's gang under his wing, and all parties seem to enjoy working for him.
* CharacterTics: Instinctively morphs into every new person he meets...much like wild Dittos who have the Imposter ability do in the games.
* DoorstopBaby: How Benji (as an infant Mudkip) was first found by Marsha's family.
* DistressedDude: Gets kidnapped along with Finley and Mila during the Agartha arc after being mistaken for an Electric-type Pokémon, being in the form of a Lanturn at the time of his abduction. (He is injured and knocked unconscious in the process.)
* InnocentlyInsensitive: Has a track record of impulsively making assumptions about people without knowing enough about them, as revealed in Hoard when he mistakes Fan's aversion to revealing that she's a Ditto to mean that she's just timid about transforming in front of people.
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Has very little memory of anything about his life before becoming Benji. It's implied that he didn't even remember being a Ditto when he was originally found by Marsha and her family, as he is every bit as shocked as everyone else the first time he transforms in front of everyone.
* LethalChef: Attempts to help Jani/Milly's dad Doug cook during the Agartha arc with disastrous results, including accidentally creating [[FireBreathingDiner explosively spicy pancakes]] for breakfast after absent-mindedly putting a Tamato Berry in the batter.
* {{Meido}}: Benji's Marjorie persona could be described as this.
* ThePrankster: Likes to use his shapeshifting to pull well-intentioned pranks on his fellow Pokémon. This occasionally backfires on him, if Winifred's story about how a prank he pulled ruined her life is to be believed.
* ShapeshifterDefaultForm: Prefers the form of a Swampert (like his sister) to his standard form. He later chooses a female Noivern form as a secondary form in Hoard (who he names Marjorie in Agartha), as well as a Marlon-lookalike Gallade, but he predominately prefers his Swampert form.
* ShrinkingViolet: Revealed to have been this as a kid via a flashback, being very embarrassed when he transformed in front of people. He grew to become less self-conscious about his status as a Ditto and more confident in himself overall over time, and now freely shape-shifts in front of everyone.
* VerbalTic: Two. He calls everyone "kid", just sayin'...
* VoluntaryShapeshifting: As a Ditto.

!!Dinah (Krokorok)
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->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=872#21786 Page 872]]

A bookish Krokorok resident of Agartha who meets Benji during the kidnapping arc and winds up witnessing his kidnapping. She winds up caught
split up in the kidnapping mess and joins the crew in looking for Benji, Finley, and Mila. Afterwards, she continues sticking around Benji and the two later fall for each other.

* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Wears glasses.
* BadDreams: The party finds out when Dinah stays at the mayor's house the night after the kidnapping incident that Dinah is prone to these, thanks to her crippling fear of her or someone else being eaten by another Pokémon.
* {{Bookworm}}: Dinah loves reading and spends much of her free time doing so.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: It is hinted occasionally that Dinah suffers from one of these, and it is heavily implied to be the source of her many nightmares. The full details of her past are yet to be disclosed in-universe.
* GuestStarPartyMember: She joins the party in their search for the kidnapped party members, partially because she feels it's necessary for her to be there as she was a witness to one of the kidnappings, and partially because she wants to meet Benji again (being fascinated by the fact that she's a Ditto). After this is all said and done, she becomes a SixthRanger in Goobert's circle of friends.
* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: Also wears a purple blouse.
* {{Meganekko}}: A quiet bespectacled Krokorok who enjoys reading.
* TeamMom: All in all is the most calm and level-headed member of the group not counting Goobert himself and Marlon. She also seems fairly comfortable around kids such as Lucy (Riolu).
* SixthRanger: Dinah is not a resident of Silversand (thus was not part of Goobert's circle of friends there) and first meet the party much farther into the story when they visit Agartha, ultimately joining the Goo Crew afterwards after befriending (and eventually falling in love with) Benji.
* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Victreebel seems to really take the cake for Dinah, to the point of her having nightmares about them and being unable to finish reading a book when a page spread had a drawing of one on it.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Kapitani Khmalidze (Bisharp)]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/PresidentStalkeyes
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=178#4441 Page 178]]

A female Bisharp who leads the Pawniarmy, described as the largest [[PrivateMilitaryContractors private army]] on the island. Was revealed to be hunting the party on behalf of an unknown client, and - reluctantly - subcontracted Lars for this purpose. She later appears in Hoard, where she butts heads with Merqury over a supposed conflict of interests in her role as chief of Hoard's security contingent, and is revealed to have secretly entered the Hardcheese Amateur Tournament to 'test' its contestants.

* CharlieBrownFromOuttaTown: She participates in the tournament in the guise of 'La Cuchilla', [[PaperThinDisguise even though she makes no attempt to change her distinctive body shape, only wearing a face-concealing faceplate and an ornamental mohawk over her ponytail, and covering up her Pawniarmy rank emblems with some kind of tape.]] Naturally, the announcers almost instantly recognise her.
* DoubleAgent: Seems to be playing both sides in the underground conflict between Ripley and Merqury; she's one of Ripley's co-conspirators, but still sends her troops to capture Fan on Merqury's orders.
* TheDragon: Is this to her currently unknown employer.
* GenreSavvy: She seems to have a working knowledge of both type mechanics and tropes, almost referring to the ApocalypticLog trope by name.
* [[GratuitousForeignLanguage Gratuitous Georgian]]: 'Kapitani' is her official rank, and is Georgian for 'Captain', even though everyone else in the Pawniarmy has English-language ranks.
* LawfulEvil: Her comments to Lars regarding her admiration for his father's order paints her as this, as she's still crushing his windpipe while saying it.
* LoyalToThePosition: Lars claims she has no ambitions of her own and is always happy working for someone else; though time will only tell if he's right.
* MythologyGag: The name of her tournament alter-ego, 'La Cuchilla', was her original name before she was retconned to be Georgian instead of Spanish.
* ScrewTheRulesIMakeThem: It's implied she gets away with being needlessly brutal against Bash in their tournament bout because of this.
* ShoutOut: She borrows a few of her moves from FightingGame characters. One of her Payback variations is described similarly to [[{{VideoGame/Tekken}} Sergei Dragunov]]'s Stiletto kick. In addition, her Pursuit attack is [[{{Franchise/StreetFighter}} M. Bison]]'s Double Knee Press, and her Aerial Ace is [[VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters Rugal Bernstein]]'s Genocide Cutter.
* WillfullyWeak: She fights Bash [[WithMyHandsTied with her hands behind her back at almost all times]], never using her blades, and ''still'' serves him a CurbStompBattle.
* WrestlerInAllOfUs: She finishes Bash off by Powerbombing him into the floor.
* YouHaveFailedMe: Pulls this on Lars after he gets brought to her; she doesn't kill him, but she ''does'' [[ColdBloodedTorture crush his neck under her heel to teach him a lesson]]. It helps that [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech she makes it clear she never liked him or wanted to bring him on board in the first place.]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Pawniarmy]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/pokemon_metal_type_symbol_stencil_thumb.jpg]]
->'''Played by''': Various
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=178#4441 Page 178]]

The aforementioned 'largest private army on the island', with Kapitani Khmalidze as its leader. Grew out of a humble Pawniard pack and mostly consists of Pawniards, but is open to all species. All of its members thus far are assorted Steel-types, including Magnezones, Aggrons, Skarmories and Beldums.

* LawEnforcementInc: As detailed on the main page, they function as the police in Hoard.
* MauveShirt: A few noteworthy Pawniard troopers receive some degree of individual characterisation, mostly high-ranking ones that receive a lot of 'screentime', such as the [[MookLieutenant Sergeant-Major]] in charge of the containment zone surrounding Hoard.
* {{Mooks}}: PlayedWith somewhat; they'd likely be nothing more than fodder for the average action game protagonist, but the player characters, experienced in battle they may be, are anything but - not to mention, they'd be facing a literal ''army''. This is best demonstrated during the encounter at Fan's apartment, where even a small squad of rank-and-file Pawniard troopers pose enough of a threat to Eliot and Mila that they have to rely on subterfuge and misdirection to come out in one piece, and Mila still gets a gash across the chest for her troubles.
* PrivateMilitaryContractors: The only permanent loyalty they have is to Kapitani Khmalidze, and will otherwise work for whoever pays.
* RealityEnsues: They receive mental training which lets even basic soldiers NoSell mind-altering moves such as Attract and Hypnosis; a perfectly sensible thing for them to do, considering that such tricks are common knowledge and can be learned by just about anyone.
* ShoutOut: The leader of a recurring trio of Pawniard guards has to delegate note-taking to his second-in-command, but must still read it back, and the third member does nothing but watch the other two. This is a slightly obtuse reference to a popular [[RussianHumor Russian joke]], unchanged since Soviet times: ''why do police officers come in groups of three? One to read, one to write, and one to keep an eye on the two dangerous intellectuals''.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Perigo (Delcatty)]]
->'''Played by''': {{@/Beverly}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=188#4696 Page 188]] (mentioned on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=180#4496 Page 180]])

A serial killer that initially terrorized the village of Milklett, and then attacked the party at Silversand. Despite being new to the town of Silversand, it's implied he already has quite the bodycount there. He also makes small appearances in Hoard, but does nothing too noteworthy in the city.

* BewareTheQuietOnes: He mostly thinks to himself, only talking when needed. He's also an incredibly deadly killer.
* CatsAreMean: Being a serial killer ''and'' a cat leads up to this trope.
* {{Expy}}: Of Yoshikage Kira from ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureDiamondIsUnbreakable.'' Down to his blank personality and killer tendencies. Even the fact he's a Delcatty is a reference to Kira's affiliation with cats.
* FalseInnocenceTrick: Pulls this on Woodruff after he escapes from the group.
* LeaveNoWitnesses: At least, he tries to do this, but failed to kill Jani and Dana.
* ManBitesMan: He eventually takes out Jani by biting her on the face as hard as he could.
* OverarchingVillain: Only comparable to Belladonna so far, Perigo is the most frequently appearing villain as of writing, appearing arc after arc.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Yamaropu (Dusknoir)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=229#5712 Page 229]]

Yamaropu is the BigBad of the Silversand arc, and is the "vector" for the Viral Aggression in Silversand Town. Boss graphic (3D Zelda style) can be found here: [[http://www.mobilemmo.org/bossified_dusknoir_by_jc1810brokenlight.png HQ]] [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/bossified_dusknoir_by_jc1810brokenlight_500w.png LQ]]. Backstory in the following note:[[note]]Yamaropu was once a Hariyama who had lived a hard life in the slums, ever since his farm was mysteriously destroyed and he was forced to sell the land for next to nothing. In the growing Silversand resort town, he was an honest, hard working dock laborer who gave a good 25 years of his life to the #1 freight company in town, even rising to foreman. A freak accident with an inexperienced employee resulted in a rebar going straight through one of his eyes, killing him instantly.

As his family had always lived on the edge of the fiscal cliff, the fear of what might happen to them in the event of his demise manifested in his soul returning in the form of a Dusknoir. Clearly, Xerneas had a sick sense of humor when it came to that. He engaged in petty acts of criminality for awhile, with the sole purpose of discretely keeping his family's finances afloat. He never could reveal himself to his family, and eventually they left, no longer able to tolerate what their once quaint village had become, but on such short notice and with such little mention around town that he assumed they were dead.

Over the next two years, bound to the island, Yamaropu's soul remained but his purpose was lost. Around a week before the humanmons arrived, a corrupted woman (species unknown) came along, offering him a chance at vengeance via spreading misery throughout the town...the same town that abandoned him so long ago. It was through this chance meeting that Yamaropu became the vector of the Viral Aggression for Silversand, and he has wasted no time spreading misery and distrust throughout the slums.[[/note]]

* BigBad: Of the Silversand arc. He hints at an even bigger bad of this whole hate plague mess, before collapsing.
* CallingYourAttacks: Does this purely for the sake of intimidation.
* DemonicPossession: Although it's unclear how the Viral Aggression manifests inside him, he did this to a poor Chansey and really allowed her to get beat up before fleeing her body.
* FamilyMan: His devotion to his family brought him back to life, kept him sane for three years, and snapped him out of the [[HatePlague Viral Aggression]].
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: Is this ever a thing. Can shift into an intangible form, but cannot hold it forever. Has some degree of solidity due to the franchise's rules on ghosts. Regardless, he's absolutely able to possess a Chansey, something only done in the anime.
* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: Once it becomes apparent that he was a hard-on-his-luck working man who left his family penniless, and thought they had died.

!!Keiko (Wife) and Mikasa (Daughter)
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]], @/{{sarysa}}
-> '''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=234#5832 Page 234]]

A Hariyama and Makuhita, respectively. As can be surmised, Yamaropu himself used to be a Hariyama as well.

* FriendlyFireproof: Family version -- the duo is not only inherently immune to Yamaropu's miasma, but they could cross into his Trick Room. Even insane, Yamaropu held them close in his heart.
* NotQuiteDead: Yamaropu had assumed his family was dead, when they had merely just moved away.
* WoobieFamily: None of the trio lived a particularly great life.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Swoop Up Your Dreams]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''':

A traveling band who made their debut in Silversand. They consist of Silvia the Primarina (the singer and leader of the group), Ezekiel the Eelektross (electric guitarist), Argos the Aggron (electric keyboarder), Audrey the Tangrowth (drummer and instrument storage), and Octavio the Octillery (dub-stepper and newest member).
[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Mime Family]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''':

A family that consists of a Mr. Mime, a Hypno, and a Mime. Jr.

!!Alejandro (Mr. Mime)

A widowed Mr. Mime who is rather troubled due to his past.

!!Freddy (Hypno)

A Hypno who is the adoptive brother to Alejandro.

!!Angel (Mime Jr.)

A Mime Jr. who is Alejandro's daughter.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dr. Dieter Von Gold (Golduck)]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''':

A mysterious doctor with unknown motives.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Armin (Psyduck)]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''':

A former assistant to Dr. Dieter until they had a falling out.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Malica/Malic (Spiritomb)]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''':

The current assistant to Dr. Dieter.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Rubber Co. Employees and Associates]]
TEMP FILLER NAME, this company was founded by Jani, Hevea, and Lucy -- initially to sell Hevea's carts, but holds the patent on vulcanized rubber and is likely to expand with similar products.

!!Professor B. Hevea (Shiny Bidoof)

->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=263#6553 Page 263]] (teased on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=259#6469 Page 259]])

A rather shy inventor who meets Jani while she's wandering outside Silversand wondering her purpose in life. She unwittingly spills the beans to him about a rather important human technology, vulcanized rubber (necessary for all "fast" modern land vehicles), and end up forming a business partnership.

* GadgeteerGenius: Is not unlike [[Creator/LeonardoDaVinci da Vinci]] -- inventions ahead of his time, but missing key resources to fully realize many of them.
* MeaningfulName: B. Hevea is a reversal of ''Hevea brasiliensis'', the scientific name for the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hevea_brasiliensis rubber tree]]. It also keeps the custom going of Pokemon professors being named after trees, though they don't usually use the scientific name.
* MemeticMutation: The Bidoof's memetic status of being more than what their doofy appearance would suggest had some bearing in this character's species choice. Much like ''WebAnimation/PokemonRusty'' turned Bidoof into a deity, sarysa turned another Bidoof into a scientist. Still somewhat {{adorkable}}, though.
* NoSocialSkills: Played quite straight -- he's nocturnal (albeit normal for a beaver, not so much for sentient beings), shy, and stutters whenever he's not talking about one of his inventions.
* OnlyKnownByInitials: Hevea's first name is never displayed in full...it is simply rendered as B, even in official documents.
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Wiki/TVTropes' limited text colors made it necessary to differentiate Jani and Hevea's colors, both of which would normally be cinnamon. So the author made him shiny... of course RuleOfFunny had a role as well.
* StutterStop: Most of the time, he speaks with a prominent stutter. Its frequency is in tune with his stress levels, though it magically seems to fade away whenever he goes into technical detail about one of his inventions.

!!Lucy (Infernape)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=268#6693 Page 268]]

Owner of a hardware store in Silversand frequented by Hevea. She ends up forming a business relationship with Hevea and Jani.

* MeaningfulName: Lucy is named after the famous ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucy_(Australopithecus) Australopithecus skeleton]]'', perhaps the most famous of the many specimens linking great apes with humans.

!!Mixy (Farfetch'd)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=758#18938 Page 758]]

Not an employee of the company, she is instead the designated courier between the company (mainly Hevea) and the traveling Jani -- a security move implemented since Hoard's issues with disrupted (and allegedly pilfered) mail.

* CanonImmigrant: Originally conceived as AU!Jani, has been adapted as a normal WHABP-native pokémon but with a similar personality and occupation.
* TheDitz: Heavily downplayed, is more simply scatterbrained. She gets unusual names wrong, and relies on her notes to pass on important messages from her clients.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Belle's Family]]
A family of Primarina evolutions who come into focus when Goobert and Belle end up accidentally body swapped by Manaphy, during the Underwater Castle mini-arc.

!!Belle (Primarina)
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->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=286#7135 Page 286]] (Belle's body, Goobert's mind)

A singer who ended up body swapped with Goobert.

* FirstGirlWins: Belle and Bryce were best friends since childhood and eventually fell in love when they got older, though then Winifred the Ditto (taking the form of a Dewgong) came in and became interested in Bryce as well. Bryce ultimately still chose Belle in the end for her more kindhearted and pleasant spirit.
* GoodParents: She and Bryce are heavily suggested to be this to Speedy and Mauveine.
* MusicSoothesTheSavageBeast: Is often called upon to sing for Manaphy to calm him down whenever he has a panic attack.
* ShoutOut: Both she and her husband take their names from the singers of the original pop version of "[[Disney/{{Aladdin}} A Whole New World]]": Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle. In Belle's case, it's the latter.
* SickeninglySweethearts: She and Bryce are this under normal circumstances. Goobert finds this out the hard way when the first thing Bryce does upon seeing who he thinks is Belle is plant a massive kiss on "her".

!!Speedy (Popplio)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=305#7611 Page 305]]

Hyperactive, curious, and oblivious, this eight year old son of Belle ends up being both an exhausting handful and an ice breaker counter to his sister's "bad cop" grilling.

* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: He foils Mauveine's plans to mindscrew the party.
* ConstantlyCurious: In spades. Most people are lucky to get off with only
four questions being rapid fired at once from him.
sub-pages.

* {{Expy}}: While originally requested to be an expy of Dash from the incredibles, the player never saw that movie so Speedy ended up being a hyper little kid who asks lots of questions.
''Characters/WeHaveAllBecomePokemonPlayerCharacters''
* {{Keet}}: Is an adorable and hyperactive Popplio.

!!Mauveine (Brionne)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=305#7611 Page 305]]

Sarcastic and skeptical fourteen year old daughter of Belle, who pretty much picks up right away that something wasn't right with her mother. She uses this quick revelation to torment Goobert much of the way.

''Characters/WeHaveAllBecomePokemonNonPlayerCharacters''
* BadLiar: She makes up a fake name and tries to convince the party that her mother always lets her swear.
''Characters/WeHaveAllBecomePokemonVillains''
* DeadpanSnarker: More or less...she ended up getting a sort of "teenage goth" level of sarcasm.
* {{Expy}}: While originally requested to be an expy of Violet from the incredibles, is a bit closer to [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans Raven]] since the player hasn't seen Incredibles.
* HyperAwareness: Perhaps not quite Sherlock levels, but she quickly deduced that Goobert wasn't really Belle. She did, however, think that he was a Ditto.
* SupermanStaysOutOfGotham: While a ditto impersonates Belle in Gleamscape, Mauveine is sick...conveniently preventing her from quizzing her fake mother and easily blowing her cover.

!!Bryce (Primarina)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=309#7724 Page 309]]

Also a singer, albeit not as skilled as Belle, and the husband of Belle.

* GoodParents: Much like Belle.
* FantasticallyIndifferent: Due to the fact that Manaphy losing control of his powers apparently happens very often, he is not at all surprised when he finds out that the Primarina he just embraced was not actually his wife, Belle.
* LethalChef: According to Mauveine, one occasion when Bryce and Belle swapped bodies, he apparently burnt their seaweed supper into cinders when attempting to cook supper as her. (Though neither Mauveine and Speedy were aware their had swapped bodies at the time and thought Belle had just lost her touch.)
* ShoutOut: Both he and his wife take their names from the singers of the original pop version of "[[Disney/{{Aladdin}} A Whole New World]]": Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle. In Bryce's case, it's the former.
* SickeninglySweethearts: It's suggested that he and Belle are this under normal circumstances. The minute he sees who he thinks is Belle, he immediately scoops "her" up and begins kissing "her". ([[HeroicBSOD Goobert doesn't reciprocate]].)
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Manaphy]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=313#7813 Page 313]]

The mythical Pokémon, Manaphy is considered to be prince of the Castle of Coral.

* DarkAndTroubledPast: His distaste for Dragon-types (especially Goodra) stems from a traumatic experience where a best friend of his was murdered by an evil Goodra.
* FragileFlower: Initially seems very calm, and even a bit cheerful, until something that he doesn't understand happens.
* FreakyFridayFlip: A given that he knows Heart Swap. He's responsible for several over the course of the Castle of Coral arc.
* PowerIncontinence: Loses control of his powers when he has a panic attack.
* TraumaButton: The mere sight of a Goodra triggers a flashback to a horrifying experience where one killed his best friend Toki, and kicks off the plot of the Castle of Coral arc.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: The Hoard Executive]]

The [[DysfunctionJunction dysfunctional]] leadership of Hoard, a vast underground city and trading hub.

!!Ripley (Noivern)
->'''Played by''': @/PresidentStalkeyes
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=367#9154 Page 367]]

Chairgon Merqury's Personal Assistant and a good acquaintance of Lars'. She first appears at the Silversand Hospital to check up on Lars, and later to inform the party that Merqury desires to meet with them. To this end, she provides them with the pass-phrase necessary to bypass Pawniarmy security checks on the way into Hoard. She later escorts the party to Merqury's office and attempts to calm him down; it soon becomes apparent that she believes her boss has the Viral Aggression and is making plans to take 'drastic action' for the greater good.

* AlmightyJanitor: Officially, she's Merqury's P.A. Unofficially, she's possibly TheManBehindTheMan for Hoard as a whole; she confesses to Voxno that her voice is the only voice Merqury wants to hear, and she's often required to speak on Merq's behalf at council meetings, making her feel as though ''she'' is truly in charge, not Merq.
* BigGood: During the Hoard Arc, or at least in relation to the anti-Merqury faction.
* TheChainsOfCommanding: Despite not officially holding a position of much power, being the one thing that's holding Merqury back from complete insanity is clearly wearing on her, as is being forced to make a whole host of [[SadisticChoice Sadistic Choices]] which involve betraying her longtime master, allying herself with an unscrupulous mercenary commander and deliberately triggering Viral Aggression riots in order to prevent bigger ones later down the line.
* GirlFriday: The personal assistant to a BigScrewedUpFamily, [[OnlySaneMan and considerably more level-headed than them]], to boot.
* HypercompetentSidekick: One gets the impression that Merqury would have driven the Hoard Executive to chaos if it weren't for her.
* LadyDrunk: Albeit a high-functioning one; the stress she experiences during the Hoard Arc lead her to drink near-constantly, particularly during meetings with her co-conspirators, jokingly describing it as a 'painkiller'.
* LaResistance: In a manner of speaking; while outwardly loyal to Merqury, she secretly formed an alliance with Merq's enemy Serris, the Pawniarmy and the Musketeer's Guild to back a last-resort emergency plan to oust him from power. [[RegretfulTraitor She wishes she didn't have to, though.]]
* MoralityPet: Is either this or a MoralityChain towards Lars; she's the only known person he ''doesn't'' treat with sneering contempt, and is actually fairly open with her. It's implied this is because she's known him since he was a child, back before [[MissingMom his mother left.]]
** And upon meeting Merqury, it becomes apparent she's a MoralityChain to him, even more so than Lars. Ripley herself lampshades this, saying that if it weren't for her and Turtledove, he might have lost his mind.
* [[MrExposition Ms Exposition]]: Provides the party with a lot of information pertaining to Merqury's past, his relationship with his son, the business climate in Hoard, and the finer details of her partnership with Serris and Khmalidze.
* NumberTwo: To Chairgon Merqury, even if she is planning on betraying him for the greater good.
* ServileSnarker: Is this crossed with StepfordSnarker. She's essentially Merqury's butler, and has no qualms backhandedly pointing out the personality flaws of others, including her master, though she wisely keeps the snarking behind Merqury's back. The stress she experiences in her role as leader of LaResistance has affected her sense of humour, and pokes fun at [[SelfDeprecation herself]] more than anyone else.
* ShoutOut: To [[{{Film/Alien}} Ellen Ripley]]. They couldn't be more different personality-wise, but her species is somewhat reminiscent of [[{{Franchise/Metroid}} Ridley]], who was named after Creator/RidleyScott, the director of ''Alien''.

!!Chairgon Merqury (Kommo-O)
->'''Played by''': @/PresidentStalkeyes
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=389#9714 Page 389]]

The founder of Hoard and permanent head of its Merchants' Council, effectively making him Hoard's PresidentForLife. Is also Lars' somewhat estranged father. He's the one who summons the party to Hoard, hoping to learn the secrets of human technology for various reasons. He's later set up as one half of the BigBadEnsemble for Hoard, alongside Bella, as both the party and his own staff learn that he is unwittingly the Viral Aggression Vector of Hoard. He is ultimately killed by Kapitani Khamlidze after he is deliberately provoked into a rampage and drawn into a fight with Belladonna and the party.

* AlasPoorVillain: Ripley feels nothing but remorse for her part in his death, feeling it meant everything he accomplished in his life was for naught.
* TheAlcoholic: It's implied that his hostile demeanour, besides Ripley's theory that he has the Viral Aggression, is a result of his alcoholic tendencies. He's usually seen swigging on a bottle, and Ripley pleads that it's clouding his judgement.
* ArbitrarySkepticism: He completely dismisses the existence of the Viral Aggression, believing it to be a lie made up by his enemies to damage him; which also renders him blind to the increasingly-likely possibility that ''he'' has it.
* BerserkButton: Betrayal. Considering him a 'King' - as it implies he is there by the authority of someone other than himself - comes in a close second, as does treating him like a child; that is, not blindly kowtowing to every decision he makes.
* BigBadFriend: Ripley is beginning to see him as this.
* TheCaligula: While it's likely things were different in the past, when he shows up in the RP it is obvious he's in no state to be in charge of anything, spending most of his time drinking and sulking in his office by himself, when he's not shouting and swearing at his own staff.
* ConspiracyTheorist: He seems convinced that his enemies; Khmalidze, Serris and the Musketeer's Guild; are all in cahoots with each other and seek to subvert his power or take away his wealth. He even starts to think that ''the Gods'' might be the ones behind it at all.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Alluded to during his hallucination sequence. It's implied he was once a soldier of fortune who witnessed death on a regular basis, and was captured and [[ColdBloodedTorture tortured by having his scales torn off]], and it was this experience that drove him to create Hoard in the first place, [[ShellShockedVeteran to create a place where no-one would have to experience what he did.]]
* DamageSpongeBoss: His last stand at the conclusion of the Hoard arc involved a lot of tanking hits, [[{{Determinator}} even as he's turned into a shambling husk held together by VA and sheer willpower.]]
* InTheBack: How he ultimately meets his end.
* IHaveNoSon: How he regarded Lars. He's visibly offended when Lars calls him 'Dad', says he has 'too much of his mother in him', and calls him a 'mistake' and 'the punchline of a years-long practical joke'.
* JustTheFirstCitizen: He was the King of Hoard in all but name, but he couldn't stand the idea of being ''called'' that.
* HairTriggerTemper: As mentioned by Ripley after he goes ballistic at his meeting with the party and orders them out, 'he blows his top at the slightest thing'.
* KilledOffForReal: At the end of the Hoard arc, stabbed from behind by Khmalidze.
* MeaningfulName: Deliberately {{invoked}}; he named himself after the Roman God of commerce, Mercury, having somehow known enough about human mythology in spite of humanity being extinct for generations. Him changing his name was also a [[DefiedTrope defiance]] of the same trope in reference to his original name, Makana, which is Hawaiian for 'Gift'; he thought it made him sound like a [[TheChosenOne Chosen One]].
* OurFounder: He has copper-plated statues of himself right at the entrance to Hoard.
* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: He seems to hold some animosity towards fairy-types, [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall apparently remembering the days when dragons were the 'unconditional best' with fairies being little more than a footnote to them.]]
* ProperlyParanoid: He was unknowingly correct in his belief that Serris, the Pawniarmy and the Guild are working together to overthrow him - albeit with the guild in a largely passive 'sanctioning' role. The one thing [[WrongGenreSavvy he was blind to]] is Ripley, his only trusted servant, being the one behind it all.
* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: It's mentioned that he's been the Chairgon of the council since its inception over a century ago.
* SanitySlippage: It becomes apparent as the Hoard Arc progresses that the VA, combined with his own paranoia, is driving him insane. It culminates in him hallucinating a shadowy figure that bears an uncanny resemblance to Belladonna, who goes on a guilt-tripping tirade about how Pokemon are Bastards, how all of Merqury's efforts will be for nothing, and how 'the Divine' will 'see him' soon.
* ShutUpKirk: Gives a lengthy MotiveRant to this effect just after Ripley [[EtTuBrute reveals her conspiracy against him]], reinforcing his belief that he has done good for the world by not succumbing to greed, and warning her that Serris wouldn't stop with one betrayal - [[TheExtremistWasRight which turns out to be right on the money.]]
* SirSwearsALot: He dropped [[ClusterFBomb a lot of F-Bombs]] for a character in a ''Pokemon'' RP.
* SkewedPriorities: After the botched attempt to capture Fan results in an out-of-the-way apartment building getting blown up and Fan escaping, he rages at the Pawniarmy for not treating the mostly-pointless capture of Fan as top priority, completely ignoring the possibility that the Viral Aggression might be in town at the time of a major fighting tournament.
* ThatManIsDead: He was formerly known as 'Makana' before he took his current name; when the phantom in his mind addresses him by that name, he says 'who the fuck is Makana, anyway?'
* VillainousBreakdown: Spends the ''entire RP'' having one; it's implied he was much more level-headed and pragmatic in the past, but has now turned into a violent, alcoholic wreck who's automatically convinced everyone is plotting against him. It's debatable whether or not his VA infection is the sole cause of this; Ripley at one point implies that he's been on a downward spiral ever since an unspecified incident that resulted in his ex-wife and Lars' mother - later revealed by Fan to have been a Ditto - being forced to leave him.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: Despite all his faults, all he really wanted is for Hoard to be a place of peace and prosperity, free from the senseless chaos and destruction he witnessed as a soldier.

!!Turtledove (Turtonator)
->'''Played by''': @/PresidentStalkeyes
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=389#9714 Page 389]]

Merqury's personal bodyguard, who's always seen standing by his side. That is, until Merqury learns of Fan's true nature and seemed set to ''kill'' her over it.
* DumbMuscle: Merqury thinks so, calling him a 'big, dumb bastard'.
* KilledOffscreen: It's implied Merqury killed him after he finally stood up to his boss and stopped him from murdering Fan in cold blood, further hinting towards a VA infection. [[NoodleIncident We never see it happen, though.]]
* TheQuietOne: Doesn't speak much, and when he does it's usually to [[YesMan compliment his boss, possibly out of fear.]]
* WeHardlyKnewYe: He only had two lines before his implied death.

!!Fan (Ditto)

->'''Played by''': @/PresidentStalkeyes
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=428#10676 Page 428]]
The Flaaffy receptionist at Hoard's Merchant's Councilhouse, and Ripley's apprentice, training to be a master Personal Assistant like her. She greets the party at the councilhouse and takes their names down. However, she later turns out to be a Ditto in disguise, and a guild agent in deep cover, acting as Ripley's ears on the ground. After she gets found out, she attempts to escape Hoard, and Ripley sends the party to check up on her; they ultimately save her from being arrested by the Pawniarmy.
* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: In her guise as a Flaaffy, she wears a pair of spectacles.
* DontLookAtMe: Has this reaction when she wakes up to find the party looking at her in her natural Ditto form.
* {{Expy}}: As a Flaaffy, she's one to [[{{Disney/Zootopia}} Assistant Mayor Dawn Bellwether]]; she even has a drinking mug like hers. [[spoiler: Though she's not quite as secretly evil as the genuine article, she does eventually turn out to be hiding something]].
* IJustWantToBeNormal: In a manner of speaking; she seems fine with her shapeshifting powers as long as they go unnoticed, [[RefusalOfTheCall but would rather work a 'boring desk job']] than be a deep-cover agent for the Musketeer's Guild, a role in which she is constantly placed in harm's way with little choice in the matter.
* TheKlutz: Is this combined with NervousWreck. She ''falls off her chair'' just because a few people entered the front room of the building she works at - a building which is open to the public, mind you.
* ShrinkingViolet: Very shy and not especially self-confident, she keeps her true nature a secret because she's afraid others will judge her, thinking she's hiding something because she's a shapeshifter, and prefers to walk the streets completely unnoticed. She does eventually feel comfortable changing shape around the party after it becomes clear that they're okay with it, however.
* VoluntaryShapeshifting: As a Ditto.
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[[folder:Belladonna (Ribombee)]]
->'''Played by''': @/CaliburnAbsoluteEX
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=398#9947 Page 398]]

Full name Belladonna Buttercup Clematis. A cook at the diner on the road between Silversand and Hoard. She helped PJ hone his combat prowess during [[PutOnABus his absence from the group]] and tagged along on their journey to Hoard. She ended up being the Viral Aggression Vector of Milklett, and brainwashed PJ to further her plans of destruction.

* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: To distinguish her from PJ, she wears a baby blue ribbon.
* BloodKnight: She sees battling to be an performance art, and greatly enjoys a good fight.
* BrokenBird: Demented though she may be, she does still seem to be distraught over the destruction she brought upon her hometown.
* CuteButPsycho: Just as small and cute as any other Ribombee? Yes. Dangerously clingy to PJ and willing to kill just so he won't leave her side? That's also a yes.
* DoomedHometown: She comes from Milklett, which was destroyed not long before the party met her.
* ManipulativeBastard: It becomes more and more apparent as time goes on that she's been playing PJ like a fiddle ever since she joined the group for the Hoard arc, ultimately culminating in her using him to help enact her plan of laying waste to Hoard.
* MeaningfulName: Belladonna is a type of poisonous plant also known as [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast deadly nightshade]]. Between manipulating and brainwashing PJ, willfully carrying Viral Aggression, bringing about Milklett's destruction, and nearly destroying Hoard as well, she very clearly lives up to her namesake.
* PintSizedPowerhouse: She may be less than a foot tall, but she's also able to withstand hits that'd take an average Ribombee down immediately while proving herself capable of vaporizing solid rock.
* StepfordSmiler: She remains perky and upbeat most of the time, despite being a twisted, demented person deep down.
* {{Yandere}}: She's genuinely infatuated with PJ, to the point where she attempts to kill his friends for trying to keep them apart.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Hoard Residents and Visitors]]
!!Hitmonduo
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=413#10309 Page 413]]

A female Hitmonchan named Carmela and a male Hitmontop named Tony, tricked into leaving Hoard and almost missing out on the doubles tournament.

* BecomingTheMask: Carmela is a Ditto, a commonality among their kind since the Tyrogue line is, in main series canon, all male and can only reproduce with Ditto. She is so tied to the family, however, that she just keeps the Hitmonchan form. It is treated as just an accepted practice in Tyrogue culture -- mixed families of Dittos and Tyrogues plus their evos simply appear normal to your average NPC who would have no way of knowing their secret.
* BigSisterInstinct: Carmela genuinely looks out for her actual little brother, Tony, even if it's seemingly to his detriment at the time.
* CuriousAsAMonkey: Tony has this, which leads Andy to think he's younger than he is.
* ReallySeventeenYearsOld: Tony lies about about his age (16) in order to buy alcohol. Gets more than he bargained for when Gary the Garchomp challenged to down an overfilled shotglass with hard liquor in one gulp.
* ShoutOut: For no particular reason, they're named after [[Series/TheSopranos Tony and Carmela Soprano]].

!!Liesl (Ninetales)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=416#10393 Page 416]]

A Ninetales who was initially seen being detained by Hoard's border checkpoint and later signs up for the tournament in Hoard.
She's lost two of her tails in a past accident involving Maran, giving her the nick-name "seventails".

* HairTriggerTemper: This is what lead to her cursing Maran without considering the situation.
* WeUsedToBeFriends: With Maran, the accident that led to her cursing him being the breaking point and leading to her fearing meeting him again. They make-up when they meet again.
* WhatHaveIDone: She reveals that she eventually came to regret her impulsive cursing of Maran, and believes that she ruined his life..

!!Maran (Flygon)
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/maran_flygon.png]]
[[caption-width-right:100:Maran in both his original and cursed forms]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=425#10618 Page 425]]

A neurotic Flygon who works at the Board in Hoard bed & breakfast under Cortez. Seems to have an aversion to interacting with people or leaving Hoard, after an attempt at doing so ended with him being cursed into constantly changing into a shiny female Flygon by an unidentified Ninetails.

* CallingTheOldManOut: After Maran has learned to live with his curse, and Cortez still continues to drag him to the inn (citing his usual reasoning that Maran is embarrassing himself), Maran sharply turns Cortez down and lays into him for ignoring the fact that Maran is no longer embarrassed by his curse and no one is mocking him anymore.
-->I'm ''not'' '''''leaving'''''. The reason I came out here was because some friends of mine told me that I don't have to be embarrassed by my curse and always have to hide in the hotel. And look at what happened out there when I decided to just embrace it like they told me to? I won a real battle and everyone thought I was fantastic. They didn't care about my curse or that I changed right in front of all of them. They saw it as something with amazing combat potential! Now that I know that I don't have to be embarrassed by this curse, I don't have to run crying back to you and the inn when I do. I'm not going back to the inn, and that's final!
* CursedWithAwesome: Eventually, Maran discovers the potential having two separate forms has for battle (namely being able to switch between a FragileSpeedster (his original male form) and a LightningBruiser (his stockier female form) on the fly), and after winning his first battle in the Hoard tournament, begins to feel much more comfortable about his curse. His belief that he is now this is solidified when he expresses reluctance at the thought of getting rid of it.
* DontLookAtMe: Cries this upon transforming in front of the party for the first time, whilst hiding under a tablecloth.
* GenderBender: What his curse entails; cold water turns him into a Shiny, shorter, stockier, and also female Flygon.
* HonorBeforeReason: After finally being rid of Cortez, Maran begins to get concerned for Cortez's safety (as Cortez is now physically the equivalent of a kindergartener in a world where uncivilized Pokémon still exist and and the Viral Aggression is running rampant) and finds Cortez so he can at least leave Cortez in a safe position before leaving him for good. (This leads to him journeying to the mysterious spring with Cortez in order to lift Cortez's curse.)
* StepfordSmiler: Tries to put on a smile for everyone he meets in spite of the crummy life he leads in Hoard, working under an emotionally abusive boss, and (of course) his curse, but he's secretly very depressed over it. He gets better and more genuinely confident over time.
* ShoutOut: While initially intended to be unintentional, Maran's curse is remarkably like that of the eponymous character of ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'', complete with the transformations being triggered by hot and cold water.
* TookALevelInBadass: When he first appears, he is a neurotic StepfordSmiler who totally shuts down upon transforming and is reluctant to go out in public because of his curse. After his chatting with the humanmons and deciding to accept having the curse, he enters the Hoard tournament, where he uses his transformations to their full potential. Afterwards, he is a far more confident individual who is even able to stand up to Cotez when he still tries to send Maran back to the inn.
* TookALevelInCheerfulness: Hand in hand with his level in badass.
* VerbalTic: Often buzzes like an insect as he speaks. Makes sense since he's a bug-like dragon.
* WeUsedToBeFriends: With Liesl, thanks to the incident that lead to him being cursed by her, leading to him resenting her for cursing him over an accident on his part. They both get better.

!!Cortez (Tyrantrum/Tyrunt)
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cortez_tyrantrum_whabp_v_c.png]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}} (the real Cortez) and Tropers/PresidentStalkeyes (when impersonated by Fan)
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=425#10618 Page 425]]

Maran's boss at the Board in Hoard bed & breakfast. While putting up a friendly demeanor for paying customers, he is really a pompous jerk who bullies Maran.

* BadBoss: Regularly bullies Maran and uses Maran's curse to keep Maran under his thumb.
* BitchInSheepsClothing: Acts nice in front of patrons, including when angry at Maran. When he's alone with Maran, however...
* BrattyHalfPint: As a Tyrunt.
* ElmuhFuddSyndwome: Gets a serious case of this after being transformed into a Tyrunt, though it's more obvious when he's shouting.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: When it turns out that the boulder that fell onto Liesl was pushed down onto her and Maran instead of being dislodged by Maran using Earthquake, Cortez makes it clear that he had no say in that and that was all his Haxorous lackey's doing.
* FountainOfYouth: Cortez is cursed by Liesl by being turned into a Tyrunt in an effort to get him to learn how Maran feels about being cursed by being cursed himself.
* HumiliationConga: Things really go downhill for Cortez after he is cursed into the form of a Tyrunt by Liesl. He tries to return to his inn, but the management there assume he's a prankster and lock him out. His Haxorous friend blows him off. He can't enter the Karaoke Club because he has the physical appearance of a child. Finally, he is mistaken for an orphan and taken to the local orphanage, where it appears that he'll remain forever, thanks to [[NotGrowingUpSucks his newly-gained inability to age]] that he also got when cursed. He is left with absolutely nothing as his former friends leave him behind. He's only saved from this fate when he flies the coop and Maran decides to help him out of nothing but the goodness of his own heart.
* [[KickTheDog Kick The Ninetails]]: As Cortez trying to drag Maran back to the Board in Hoard B&B by force after Maran wins his first fight at the tournament, Liesl jumps in front of him in an attempt to prevent from leaving. Cortez simply kicks her out of the way into a wall. This backfires on him very hard.
* LaserGuidedKarma: After years of bullying and tormenting Maran over his curse, Cortez gets his just desserts when ''he himself'' winds up cursed into becoming an infant Tyrunt.
* ManipulativeBastard: Refusing to let Maran leave him, Cortez regularly engineers situations that lead to Maran embarrassing himself and running crying back to him. [[spoiler: He even turns out to be indirectly responsible for Maran being cursed in the first place.]]
* TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody: Begins acting a lot more childish after being turned into a Tyrunt, stamping his feet in anger and eventually running out of the arena [[IWantMyMommy crying for his mommy]].
-->"MOMMYYYY! [[BlatantLies EVEWYONE'S BEIN' MEAN TO ME FOR NO WEASON!!]]
* NotGrowingUpSucks: Not only is Cortez cursed to be a Tyrunt, but he is also cursed to never age along with it until the curse is broken.
* PercussiveTherapy: It's subtly implied that this is the reason Cortez keeps Maran around to the point of manipulating him, namely as someone he can vent his deep-seated frustrations with himself onto.
* RichesToRags: Upon being transformed into a Tyrunt, he is reduced to an unrecognizable orphan with none of the things he had as a Tyrantrum.
* VillainousBreakdown: Once Maran accepts his curse and uses it to his advantage in the Hoard Tournament, Cortez gets increasingly pissed off until he rushes out of the stands to take Maran back to the inn by force. It doesn't really seem to end after he's defeated by being turned into a child.

!!Bookstore Owner (Wartortle)
->'''Played by''': @/{{BlackMageAnolis}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=428#10678 Page 428]]

A friendly but mildly introverted merchant who runs a small bookstore in Hoard, with signage reading, "Antique and Classic Literature".

!!Tai Kuwa Ando (Hawlucha)
->'''Played by''': @/{{shrubBird}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=428#10686 Page 428]]

A Hawlucha sensei who offers training, of which at least Nyquil partakes.

!!Jenny and Penny (Vaporeon) [originally Eevee]
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=428#10690 Page 428]]

Jenny and Penny, aka the Eevee twins before they spilled one of their boxes of evolutionary stones on themselves, which turned them both into Vaporeons. They sell evolutionary stones at the bazaar, and apparently have a mild crush on Nyquil.

* AttractiveBentSpecies: On the part of Nyquil, who the twins both find very attractive. (Though Penny is more open about it than Jenny.)
* GenderBender: Subverted when the two evolve into Vaporeons, and Penny asks Jenny if Jenny just evolved into a male Vaporeon. She didn't.
* GenkiGirl: Penny definitely, Jenny [[HiddenDepths possibly]].
* RedOniBlueOni: Subtly implied, with GenkiGirl Penny being red and the more reserved Jenny being blue.

!!Alchemical Wares (Boldore)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=428#10691 Page 428]]

Unnamed Boldore who sells various alchemical wares. It is implied that Jani bought out all her sulfur to send to Hevea, which mildly annoys her since in the back of her mind she wonders if sulfur is worth more than she thinks...

!!Gem Dealer (Zweilous)
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=428#10699 Page 428]]

Unnamed Zewilous who sells gems...the one-use kind that enhance one attack of a type by 50%.

!!Book Binder (Malamar)
->'''Played by''': @/{{BlackMageAnolis}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=432#10782 Page 432]]

An unnamed Malamar who runs a Book Bindery/Printing Press by the bazaar. Is friends with, and virtually the polar opposite of the Wartortle who runs the bookstore, as he is quite unfriendly and charges exorbitant prices.

!!??? (Zoroark)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Daydre}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=434#10845 Page 434]]

A Zoroark who runs a jewelry/accessory booth at the bazaar, while also participating in the tournament under the name Moon's Shadow. She doesn't really come much into focus until about 120 pages later. She ends up fighting Yalta in the second round.

!!Noctowl Librarian
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=437#10910 Page 437]]

An unnamed, stuffy librarian who handles the privately-funded public library's later shift. Ultimately makes a public display as an infectee of the [[HatePlague viral aggression]] and is sent off to quarantine.

* BerserkButton: Insulting his library or his books will send him off on a tangent.
* ScaryLibrarian: Not particularly friendly...anyone who he deems unworthy of entering his "sanctuary of learning" will be harassed until they leave.
* ValuesDissonance: He values his books over that of mons...though this stance ultimately leads to his downfall.

!!Gary (Garchomp Bartender)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=457#11408 Page 457]]

Owner-operator of a dive bar a few buildings from the Board at Hoard. Jani's been to the bar a few times, as has one of Wohm's associates.

* HundredPercentAdorationRating: He's loved by his regulars to the point that they fight for him during the riots when two infectees try to take over his bar.
* BystanderSyndrome: Gary doesn't care what goes on his bar -- at least not until it has the potential to harm him or his property.

!!Birch and Elm (The Announcers)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=474#11834 Page 474]]

Birch (the announcer), a male Chatot, and Elm (the color commentator), a female Purugly, are the announcers at the R-Soda Arena.

* AnnouncerChatter: Expect a lot of random chatter, not to mention a few unsubtle sponsor shout-outs, with this duo.
* AuthorAvatar: Elm's sentiments tend to echo @/{{sarysa}}'s, hence the frequent snarking and sarcasm.
* CatchPhrase: Pretty much as a direct parody of Boomstick from ''WebVideo/DeathBattle'', Birch's standard battle opener is, "Get ready, get set...IT'S TIME FOR A POKÉÉÉÉÉÉ-BAAAAAAATTLEEEEEEEEE!!!"
* CombatCommentator: Elm is the color commentator of the duo. She makes somewhat flowery predictions based on various factors, while generally trying to downplay those who clearly have little chance of winning to keep things exciting.
* {{Expy}}: They have traits taken from any number of major sports announcers in the United States. Another valid comparison might be Wiz (Elm) and Boomstick (Birch) from ''WebVideo/DeathBattle'', which is a classic Ego and Id pairing.
* TheHeart: Birch is the more soulful of the duo, and particularly has issue with Khmalidze's overqualified status...not to mention disliking fighters who use excessive force.
* StudioChatter: Since they are essentially are their own microphones, using Hyper Voice to project their voices, a lot of private chatter ends up somewhat audible to the crowds.
* UltimateJobSecurity: They snark quite a bit, and Birch even got extremely passive aggressive with the police force, but due to them being sufficiently fleshed out characters, they get away with a lot.

!!Togekiss Nurse
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=488#12188 Page 488]]

An older (~50s) Togekiss nurse who runs the arena's triage area.

* DrJerk: Arguable -- she's blunt and honest, but often right as well. Needless to say, she doesn't have the greatest bedside manner.
* PassingJudgment: Seems to be her trademark, but she's especially hard on Jani -- who she deems to be someone who's undertrained and well out of her league.

!!Jude Doe (Rhyperior)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=496#12387 Page 496]]

Rhyperior sensei who works at the same dojo as Tai Kuwa Ando (Hawlucha), and taught Jani Reversal. Appears again about 100 pages later, subtly assisting Jani as she teaches Niles the same move.

!!Gloopy (Goodra)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=548#13677 Page 548]] (mentioned [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=544#13592 Page 544]])

Eccentric owner of Gloopy's Goopy Goods, a novelty store with which Jani set up a distributorship for the Wonder Cart and Hevea's future products.

* FakeAristocrat: He puts on a mock aristocratic act to complement his "eccentric" persona. It's somewhat like the Simpsons [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JyoDFmrUSM yes guy]].

!!Hilda and Fifi (Wigglytuff and Whismur)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=674#16847 Page 674]]

Two friends who work at the concession stand at the Hoard arena. They were called to fill in for Birch and Elm and announce Jack's battle with Maui during Round 3 of the tournament in Hoard.

* {{Expy}}: Intended to be this to ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' characters Helga Pataki and Phoebe Heyerdhal. Hilda and Fifi, in fact, take their names from two BizarroUniverse counterparts to Helga and Phoebe featured in a DreamSequence in the ''Arnold'' episode "Arnold Visits Arnie".

!!Sue Mow (Emolga)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=693#17322 Page 693]]

An Emolga who trained Philly in basic use of his skills. One of the sensei at the dojo.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Hardcheese Amateur Tournament Contestants]]
This folder is for listing out contestants introduced in the Hardcheese Amateur Tournament held in Hoard. While mostly one-offs, some of these may "graduate" and end up featured elsewhere.

!!Shichiro Fukui (Greninja)
->'''Played by''': {{@/Beverly}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=477#11924 Page 477]]

Also known as The Aqua Phantom, defeated by Maran.

!!Iris (Dewott)
->'''Played by''': @/{{CaliburnAbsoluteEX}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=480#11982 Page 480]]

A Dewott who was defeated by PJ.

* BladeOnAStick: Wields a makeshift spear with a conch shell for a tip.
* WorthyOpponent: Gives PJ a short pep-talk before their match begins, seeing how frazzled he is by being suddenly dragged into the arena.

!!Larry (Lairon)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=482#12045 Page 482]]

A Lairon who entered the tournament, by all rights should've annihilated Jani, but lost to her evasiveness, luck...not to mention inherent advantage which she exploited once she got a clue.

* {{Kayfabe}}: Larry had a little of this going on, working on a sort of "scary monster" shtick to try and please the crowds, and even letting Jani in on it.

!!Christof (Houndoom)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Konkfan7}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=484#12077 Page 484]]

Also known as the Fire Prince. Is actual a literal prince. Defeated by Noriaki.

!!The Puffin Prince (Delibird)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Weirdguy149}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=484#12099 Page 484]]

Actual name unknown. He came, physical comedy happened, Guy won.

!!Pirate Queen Lisa (Midday Lycanroc)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Afterwards}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=485#12105 Page 485]]

Rival to Sushi.

!!Amaterasu (Arcanine)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=489#12204 Page 489]]

Goes by the nickname "Shao Kahn" in the tournament. Defeated by "Pirate Lord Jack Spearow" (Jack) in the singles tournament.

!!Fubuki (Swellow)
->'''Played by''': @/{{CaliburnAbsoluteEX}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=490#12242 Page 490]]

Nicknamed the Radical Dreamer, is a Swellow from the island of Another, defeated by Nyquil.

* AllJustADream: What she believes reality to be.
* AttackAttackAttack: Her sole strategy in battle seems to be a relentless barrage of attacks. This ends up being her downfall during the tournament.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: For some reason, she thinks that she's in a dream, and that she has to defeat certain members of the group for her to awaken from this dream.
* IneffectualSympatheticVillain: Every time she's shown up, she's been defeated with minimal effort.
* WrongGenreSavvy: Her delusions that she's in a dream are just that, delusions. The world isn't actually a dream, of course, and in reality she's just a lunatic.

!!The Question (Quagsire)
->'''Played by''': @/{{StarAndroidJaguar}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=495#12360 Page 495]]

Real name unknown, defeated by J.

!!Don Giovanni (Dunsparce)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=496#12383 Page 496]]

Defeated easily by Armin. Really was in over his head.

!!The Widowmaker (Salazzle)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=496#12390 Page 496]]

Defeated by Alejandro.

!!Opera Phantom (Gengar)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=500#12493 Page 500]]

Defeated by Freddy.

!!The Invincible Imp (Sableye)
->'''Played by''': @/{{CyberController}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=518#12933 Page 518]]

Defeated by Cyk, fought rather dirty and nearly got tossed out.

!!Arnold (Dragonair)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=555#13858 Page 555]]

Goes by the nickname "Our Boy Arnie", lost in the second round to Marlon.

!!Unnamed Mightyena
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=556#13890 Page 556]]

Unnamed Mightyena that fell to Jani's 1HP Reversal. Probably will never be seen again.

!!White Knight (Zoroark)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=557#13914 Page 557]]

A Zoroark and disciple of the Black Knight (Aegislash) who was defeated by Alejandro.

!!Maui (Probopass)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=559#13966 Page 559]]

Maui, one of the Three Defenders of Wild Ridge, who defeated Freddy in Round 2.

!!Alice (Tsareena)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=561#14014 Page 561]]

Alice, one of the Three Defenders of Wild Ridge, who won by default after Armin was disqualified (and arrested) for tampering with the ceiling of Hoard.

!!The Slimy Smasher (Alolan Muk)
->'''Played by''': @/{{CyberController}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=584#14580 Page 584]]

The Slimy Smasher is an Alolan Muk who was narrowly defeated by Cyk.

!!The Shelled Striker (Kabutops)
->'''Played by''': {{@/Beverly}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=601#15012 Page 601]]

The Shelled Striker is just a stage name. Fought PJ in Round 2 of the arena.

!!The Gible Kid (Gible)
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=622#15538 Page 622]]

Belladonna's opponent in the second round of the tournament. Outcome is fairly predictable.

!!Vince (Tangrowth/Gardevoir)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=350#8730 Page 350]]

Originally encountered in Silversand, was a mild annoyance, attacked one of the humanmons. Eventually got curbed stomped by Marlon in Round 3 of the tournament. After pursuing Goobert over the course of the first two weeks (in-game) of the RP in a bid for revenge over a petty slight, he is hit by a Transfer Orb and transformed into a female Gardevior.

* TheAlcoholic: Seems to be in a perpetually tipsy state, owing to frequently drinking alcoholic Berry drinks.
* EarlyBirdCameo: Appeared all the way back in Silversand before suddenly showing up in Hoard as part of the Tournament.
* GenderBender: Is turned into a female Gardevoir via a Transfer Orb during the Argatha/Orbs arc.
* {{Jerkass}}: A very ill-tempered Pokémon. He's even worse when he's drunk, as he very nearly got Goobert killed over a petty slight.
* LaserGuidedKarma: After senselessly trying to get revenge on Goobert for making his girlfriend see him for the jerk he really is (as well as Marlon, to a lesser extent) and ignoring all advice to change for the better for the sake of enacting his wrath upon him, Vince's revenge schemes ultimately leave him in a position where continuing his relationship with Audrey (which he had wanted to do) becomes impossible and his petty revenge scheme leaves him with nothing.
* SmugSnake: Looks down upon Marlon when first officially meeting him at the tournament in Hoard and calls him "pretty boy". He's very quickly knocked down a peg when Marlon [[CurbStompBattle curb-stomps him]] in their match.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Emily (Shiny Lilligant)]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''':

The tour guide for the island her hometown of Wild Ridge is on.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Black Knight (Shiny Aegislash)]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''':

A enigmatic character who first appeared as a spectator at the Hoard tournament.
* BlackKnight
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Black Knight's Associates]]
->'''Played by''': Tropers/{{TheGamechanger}}
->'''Debut''':

!!White Knight (Zoroark)
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=557#13914 Page 557]]

A Zoroark and disciple of the Black Knight. He was defeated by Alejandro in the Hoard tournament.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Road to Gleamscape]]
Characters introduced in, and more or less limited the road to Gleamscape. (Bedsheets, Carnival, etc.)

!!Dugtrio Doorman
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=762#19047 Page 762]]

Unnamed Dugtrio who is the doorman for the Bedsheets speakeasy.

* TheNicknamer: Nicknames everyone as they leave.

!!Soot (Slowking)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=763#19071 Page 763]]

Barkeep for the Bedsheets speakeasy.

!!Mime Jr. Barker
->'''Played by''': @/{{Beverly}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=780#19476 Page 780]]

Ticket saleskid for the carnival.

!!Rotom-W Barker
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=781#19522 Page 781]]

Operates Rotom's Rotor Washer, a somewhat flintstoned version of the real world Gravitron -- a centrifugal ride.

* TestosteronePoisoning: Uses the phrase "are you man enough..." while essentially daring folks to get on his ride, much to the chagrin of Jani.

!!Machoke Barker
->'''Played by''': @/{{Beverly}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=782#19533 Page 782]]

Operates the Ferris Wheel.

!!Slaking and Heracross Entourage
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=782#19543 Page 782]]

Teasers for a future arc.

* EarlyBirdCameo: Of the Slaking Successor arc.

!!Judy (Drowzee) and Amelie (Slowbro)
->'''Played by''': @/{{BlackMageAnolis}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=785#19602 Page 785]]

Operate a berry cake stall at the carnival.

* {{Irony}}: Judy's a narcoleptic Drowsee (a species of Pokemon that can easily put ''others'' to sleep), and Amelie's a hyperactive, quick-speaking Slowbro.
* ThoseTwoGuys: They're there to offer comedic banter and give the party food.

!!Sandwich Stall Operator (Heatmor)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=786#19636 Page 786]]

Operates a sandwich stall at the carnival.

!!Pizza Stall Operator (Charmeleon)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=786#19636 Page 786]]

Operates a pizza stall at the carnival.

!!POLE Operators (Hitmonchan, Caterpie)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=795#19853 Page 795]]

Ran a scam operation which may also be involved with trafficking...
[[/folder]]

[[folder:June and her relatives]]
!!June (Zoroark)
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/june_rctt_avatar_v_c.png]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=782#19540 Page 782]]

June is a happy-go-lucky and somewhat mischievous Zoroark who runs a fun house with her grandfather Darnell and (sometimes) her sister July. They take it to carnivals around the islands.

* FreakyFridayFlip: With Goobert during the Orbs arc.
* GenkiGirl: A very energetic Zoroark who loves brightening people's days.
* GuestStarPartyMember: Circumstances force her to join the party during the Orbs arc. (As she is in Goobert's body after a FreakyFridayFlip via a Swap Orb and has to switch back into her own body.)
* InnocentlyInsensitive: Sometimes seems unaware of the feelings of her sister July in her un-ending mission to make everyone she meets happy. She also accidentally insults Delilah when she sees her as a Dragonite for the first time.
* RaisedByGrandparents: She and July were raised by Darnell.
* RedOniBlueOni: The Red to July's Blue.
* SiblingYinYang: While July is down-to-earth and likely depressed, June is incredibly loud, energetic, and full of motion.

!!Darnell (Delphox)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=781#19524 Page 781]]

June and July's grandfather who helps June run her fun house. A kindly older fellow who is very protective of his two granddaughters.

* CoolOldGuy: A very friendly and out-going individual. He even allows Eliot to duck inside the tent to turn back into his normal self (after having transformed into Marsha the Swampert) free of charge.
* PapaWolf: When June goes missing, he immediately declares to Rich and Marty that he is going to go with them to find her.

!!July (Zoroark)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Beverly}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=785#19606 Page 785]]

July is June's twin sister who helps out at June's fun house sometime. Calm and a bit cynical, she is June's polar opposite and seems to harbor some level of inadequacy toward June.

* LittleSisterInstinct: Well, little is debatable, considering they're twins, but when revealed that June was taken away via Escape Orb, she doesn't hesitate joining her grandfather and Rich to save her.
* TheEeyore: Quieter and seems to be a bit of a GrumpyBear compared to her sister.
* RaisedByGrandparents: Both she and June were raised by their grandfather.
* RedOniBlueOni: The Blue to June's Red.
* SiblingYinYang: While June is energetic and cheerful, July is calmer, more reasonable, and probably some type of depressed.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Jani's "family" and circle.]]
These are actually friends and family of Milly, the Diglett whose body Jani took over when she came to the WHABP world.

!!Tropes for the whole:

* AdaptationDeviation: Dugtrio only have one egg at a time in the games -- but for Agarthan Dugtrio mating together, they have three simultaneously. They are also born not all that far apart -- typically well less than 24 hours for all three eggs to hatch.
* BizarreAlienBiology: Apparently Agarthan Digletts must join within a relatively small age window, lest they risk either perpetual immaturity or rapid mental deterioration -- not unlike dementia.
* DittoAliens: Jani quips that Digletts all look the same anyway, and Digda says little to counter that.
** Later defied when Digda manages to identify key similarities between Jani and Milly -- while he appeared to spend a lot of time doing so, one can infer that he originally got these tells from the real Milly with a mere cursory glance.
** This becomes Jani's go-to excuse for anyone who calls her Milly, though she knows better than to attempt it on Milly's family.
** Backfires when Hudson tries to use it on Triss and the girls -- they're all vocally offended.
* DreamWalker: Not only do Agarthan Dugtrio share dreams, but Digletts of the same litter can also share dreams when in close proximity.
* FamilyThemeNaming:
** Doug and Triss are the parents' names, both taking half of their species -- Dugtrio.
** The three daughters are named Milly, Tilly, and Lilly.
** While also qualifying as MeaningfulName and NamedAfterSomebodyFamous, all middle names of female Terranports have been names of Dax hosts from ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine''. The "meaningful" aspect is that not unlike this interpretation of Dugtrio, the [=DS9=] Trill species is also symbiotic.
* HappilyMarried: Despite Triss' pushy nature, Doug and Triss are a happy couple.
* HeroAntagonist: The mother, sisters, and father all serve as minor antagonists early on, but they're also somewhat justified. The situation regarding Jani's arrival in the world is the only reason they even qualify as such -- and they're certainly not villains.
* MarryForLove: Doug and Triss clearly married for love over money.
* MeaningfulRename: Upon merging into a Dugtrio, it's traditional for the new whole to adopt a new name.
* MentalFusion: Obviously, Agarthan Dugtrio share thoughts through physical connections. Digletts can also do so by starting an evolution and then pulling out of it -- the connections are tangible, albeit barely physical, but thoughts are shared and even kept afterwards.
* MultipleHeadCase: While a trope of Dugtrio specifically, it's worth noting that Agarthan Dugtrio have some mix of individuality and shared thought. One head typically does most of the talking, though they have three brains working in a way that's hard for outsiders to comprehend.
* [[OnlyChildSyndrome Only Litter Syndrome]]: Early concepts of the family gave the sisters an older brother Dugtrio, but ultimately LawOfConservationOfDetail was employed (the player already had five characters to play not unlike ''Film/TheNuttyProfessor'') plus Digda's age being established as 35 would give his lifelong friend Doug an improbable age if he were to have an adult son. Younger triplets were also briefly considered but that would've been worse, giving @/{{sarysa}} eight roles to play simultaneously.
* PreppyName: The family's last name is Terranport, a ground-tweaked version of the wealthy Davenport name. Lilly's full name is Lilith Ezri Terranport, Milly's is Millicent Emony Terranport, Tilly's is Matilda Lela Terranport, and Triss' is Beatrice Audrid Terranport.
* SameSexTriplets: The "components" of Agarthan Dugtrio tend to be born from the same litter within hours of each other, and are always ([[{{Mutants}} with rare exception]]) the same sex. The Diglett sisters are no exception. They appear similar, but by no means indistinguishably identical.
* {{Twintuition}}: Very downplayed -- when Jani used a transfer orb, both Lilly and Tilly had a panic attack. Lilly didn't even know what it meant, but Tilly assumed it meant that Jani had died.

!!Digda (Dugtrio)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=682#17046 Page 682]]

A Dugtrio who meets Jani in the dojo at Hoard. He mistook her for a Diglett he happened to know, later identified as Milly, but then decided to help her train for her next match. Is a C-ranked professional battler in the global circuit. Is a private investigator (contract) currently employed by the Swords of Justice, investigating the spread of the Viral Aggression in the professional circuit.

* AscendedExtra: Twice ascended in fact...maybe even thrice. Was originally meant as a mere teaser for the Orbs arc's location (as well as to avoid accusations of AssPull), then used to give Jani someone to bounce off while recovering in triage. Then when [[RealLifeWritesThePlot Irma knocked out sarysa's power for a week]], he allowed Jani to participate when unable to coordinate with other players.
* ExpositionBeam: Fires one off-screen at Jani so she's competent in her third arena battle.
* FreudianTrio: For what little they spoke, one of the side heads was an emotional [[TheMcCoy id]] while the other side head was a logical [[TheSpock superego]], making Prime!Digda the balanced [[TheKirk ego]].
* GuestStarPartyMember: Joins in on the final battle and then accompanies the party to Bedsheets before departing at the Carnival, though a temporary AuthorExistenceFailure made the latter somewhat abridged.
* HeroOfAnotherStory: He's on a journey to rid the world of the Surge, aka the Viral Aggression, after it ravaged the professional circuit and nearly got him killed. This only lightly intersects the party's journey.
* InsistentTerminology: Heavily downplayed, possibly passive aggressive or a result of forgetfulness -- Digda regularly drops the battling circuit name for the Viral Aggression, which is the Surge. He tends to use both around the humanmons, though.
* MeaningfulName: Digda (ディグダ) is the Japanese name for Diglett.
* MentorArchetype: Really becomes this for Jani in many ways -- having an interest in her due to MistakenIdentity, he not only teaches Jani how to fight, but also teaches her about their kind -- philosophies, customs, etc.
* MistakenIdentity: Mistakes Jani for someone in his past, although possibly a subversion since all evidence points to Jani inhabiting the body of a Diglett named Milly.
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Aside from his expanded role being the result of sarysa's real world power outage, he also helps Jani get up to speed on the rules of the world -- based on feedback from players finding Jani's ignorance to be grating at times.

!!Milly (Diglett)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': Page ??? (teased on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=682#17046 Page 682]], named on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=732#18291 Page 732]])

Milly is the original owner of the body Jani ended up in when she was forced into the WHABP world. Presumably, her soul is in Jani's human body in the human world, and is most likely never to actually be shown -- merely talked and in-character speculated about.

* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Had a brooch with an emblem of Agartha when Jani entered the world, the latter likely lost it while struggling to surface herself. Probably relatively new at the time, given her newly minted status as a diplomat.
* ActualPacifist: Heavily implied by Digda to be this, seeing how she'd [[HoldYourHippogriffs never hurt a Cutiefly]]. Further implied by Triss' attitudes about raising the girls.
* FreakyFridayFlip: Without all the fun and learning -- it's strongly implied that Jani and Milly switched both bodies and worlds.
* InformedAttribute: Numerous, given that she is mostly talked about, and hasn't even been flashed back yet.
** Was training to be a diplomat before Jani came along, as she was scheduled to deliver a gift (and an invitation) to Frau Morbitesse in the interest of intercity dialogue.

!!Doug (Dugtrio)
-> '''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
-> '''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=820#20478 Page 820]] (named on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=732#18291 Page 732]])

Father of Milly, owner of the house the party ends up in when Jani is struck with an Escape Orb. Works with the town's reservoir management authority.

* MellowFellow: In spite of his justified initial outbursts (his daughter was gone for 11 days, after all) he's pretty mellow about everything, particularly Benji's cooking foibles.
* MrExposition: It's masked better than it often is, but Doug manages to inform the party of Agartha and the orbs situation during their initial encounter.
* NiceGuy: While he's first encountered by the party as livid and somewhat enraged, this is mainly due to the fact the party randomly appeared inside his house and his "daughter" just showed up mysteriously after being missing for 11 days. Once that's resolved, he treats the party like honored guests, and never so much as raises a claw to them afterward.
* OpenMindedParent: Downplayed, but qualifies. Definitely looser than Triss -- if anything, his pushing at Jani is more about not wanting to get in trouble with the missus.
* OverprotectiveDad: Downplayed -- hassles the party a bit over Jani's abscence and their suddenly showing up with her, to the point of repeatedly demanding answers from them. On the other hand, it's not like he tried to confine her or anything.
* RealMenCook: He's not a house husband or anything, having a full time job of his own, but he is the family's cook -- and he's good at it too.
* SouthernGentleman: Kind of...he's well-to-do financially speaking, speaks in a thick southern accent (far thicker than the rest of his family) but slips a bit into the uncouth at times. Not to mention, he has a somewhat blue-collar job.
* UnfazedEveryman: This becomes truly apparent when Benji starts playing around as Marjorie, but otherwise he's not all that bothered by the weirdness around him, which includes knowledge that most of the party, including Jani in Milly's body, are former humans.
* {{Whipped}}: He's absolutely whipped by Triss, though it's more due of her own perfectionist tendencies. Triss does not engage in malicious one-way nagging.
* WorkingClassPeopleAreMorons: Averted -- while he uses plain speak and keeps most of his dialogue relatively simple, he was able to deduce that orbs had affected the party and knew some other information not related to his own work.

!!Triss (Dugtrio)
-> '''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
-> '''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=826#20633 Page 826]] (named on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=732#18291 Page 732]])

Mother of Milly, and also the mayor of Agartha. Hails from the wealthy Terranport family, whose family-run corporation specializes in banking and financial services but originated as a mining operation hundreds of years ago. The kids took their mother's name simply due to the status it carries. Triss herself has a high end fashion business, which also produces the very wig she wears. (the Mayor gig doesn't pay a living wage)

* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: She wears an Alolan Dugtrio wig for the sake of presence, but she's still a Kanto Dugtrio.
* ActionPolitician: While she's hardly any kind of fighter, she does get her feet wet by single-handedly digging a wide opening for the party to access the ancient tunnels.
* ActualPacifist: In spite of her use of showy pseudo-aggression, she hasn't ever been known to actually strike anyone. She passes this way of thinking down to her daughters.
* AggressiveNegotiations: Pretty much her bread and butter -- using mild earthquakes for intimidation, frequently raising her voice, and otherwise presenting herself as outright assertive.
* CharacterFilibuster: As the assertive leader of Agartha, Triss can't help but giving frequent long, well thought out speeches and monologues -- often going paragraphs at a time without interruption.
* ConsummateProfessional: She takes great pride in her work, to the point that it's somewhat all-consuming, and expects the best out of other professionals she associates with.
* ControlFreak: Around others, including her own husband, absolutely. Around her daughters, it's a mixed bag. She controls their lives to a degree, insists they evolve before turning 18, but she also lets them speak -- Tilly in particular is fairly close to her equal. This is because she has been grooming the triplets for a career in politics.
* HeelFaceTurn: Does this as soon as she feels the party can be trusted -- although her status as a heel to begin with is debatable, being more like a shark in a shark tank.
* LargeHam: If her use of mild, unsettling earthquakes to make an entrance when annoyed aren't enough of a hint, her manner of speaking pretty much locks her into this trope. She's also prone to long filibusters, and can't help but remind folks that she is the mayor every three posts or so.
* ManipulativeBastard: Demonstrates this during the "tense dinner" scene, where she plays all sorts of mind games to uncover the truth about Jani/Milly, not to mention the humanmons as a whole.
* MoralSociopathy: Make no mistake about it -- she's a high-functioning sociopath. Whatever face she's wearing at the moment and whatever platitude she's spewing at the moment are both probably rehearsed. That said, she's still looking out for both her family and her city.
* [[MsExposition MrsExposition]]: Aside from providing stealth infodumps on Agartha and Agarthan Dugtrio while toying with the party, she also drops some new information related to Mila's kidnapping.
* OohMeAccentsSlipping: As a politician, she has trained herself to suppress her natural Agarthan southern accent -- limiting it to terms like y'all and tarnation for the sake of town pride. Around her family, she suppresses it entirely -- she's trying to get her kids to rid themselves of it altogether. She still occasionally slips back into it, though -- becoming almost as thick as her husband, Doug.
* PanderingToTheBase: During her discussion with one of the Explouds, she makes it clear that she puts a lot of stock into her approval ratings.
* ParentalFavoritism: Makes it pretty clear that Tilly, the rational one, is her favorite. Given that Milly was the one sponsored into Orichalcum, however, this may not have always been the case.
* TigerMom: Definitely has a bit of this going on, aggressively concerned about her daughters' upbringing and standing in the world. She does demonstrate some degree of love and tolerance at the epilogue of the Agartha arc, approving of Jani's business venture since it would ultimate benefit the trio -- and best case Milly as well.
* UptownGirl: Comes from a wealthy lineage, unlike her working class husband Doug.
* VillainOverForDinner: Subverted -- while three pages of the roleplay are dedicated to a tense dinner where the humanmons try to enlist the mayor's help, in the end, Triss is revealed to not be a villain so much as an antagonistic, but justified presence who's mainly worried about her daughter.

!!Tilly and Lilly (Digletts)
-> '''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
-> '''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=828#20699 Page 828]] (hinted on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=733#18324 Page 733]])

Milly's sisters. The three were intended to join (evolve into a Dugtrio together) since birth, but Milly's "disappearance" completely upended their lives. They are purportedly the only Digletts compatible with Jani for the sake of evolution -- which also explains why despite all her battling, it never happened via typical video game methods.

* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal:
** Lilly wears a white bow -- but she's not seen with it at first. When she met with the party, she'd left it at the tailor's.
** Tilly gets a Professor Juniper style wig in Orichalcum, which is a VERY subdued (and perfectly normal looking) beehive variant.
* ActualPacifist: Not unlike Milly, the other two sisters are also pacifists. This is in line with Triss' insistence that they solve problems with words, not violence.
* BizarreTasteInFood: While she tends to prefer Leppa in her food, she seems to be perfectly fine with Tamato pancakes, which is a hot spicy variant of tomato.
* ButtMonkey: Poor Lilly gets smack from both Tilly and Jani...that is, both have literally smacked her. Being stuck in a room with Tilly and Triss is absolute torture for her, as both are more or less her mental superiors.
* ComicallyMissingThePoint: Lilly does this fairly often. For example, when the trio first shared their thoughts, she mistook all the lolcats in Jani's memory for the notion that she could be a cat.
* DaddysGirl: Lilly certainly qualifies, getting along well with Doug and sharing personality traits with him.
* {{Deconstruction}}: Tilly and Jani have had numerous discussions deconstructing various aspects of their experiences, with a blatant one trying to compare the humanmons' knowledge to that of world natives and how it came to be.
* DeerInTheHeadlights: Lilly ended up being this the moment she found herself in serious danger, facing down against two of the kidnappers who ambushed her all of a sudden.
* DreamWeaver: Lilly is able to manipulate the trio's shared dreams easily. Not even brainiac Tilly and imaginative Jani can pull off this feat.
** Unfortunately, she also does this subconsciously -- and ends up creating a nightmare the next night related to her experience as a prisoner.
* EmotionlessGirl: Tilly has very subdued reactions for the most part. Her smile is also somewhat forced, and overall she's just hardly excitable -- though not nearly as much as Voxno-V. She will occasionally exclaim, and in extreme situations her emotions will slip through.
* ExploringTheEvilLair: Andy convinces Lilly to do this during the kidnapping arc, and they're pretty successful -- until Lilly just completely freezes when push comes to shove, and ends up captured.
* {{Expy}}: Lilly is a refined, more three dimensional version of Voxno-!. Tilly is a refind, more three dimensional version of Voxno-V. The duo also share passing similarities with Mauveine and Speedy from the Manaphy arc, as well as the Hitmonduo.
* GenkiGirl: Lilly is pretty excitable, not by Voxno-! standards, but she's kept in check by her sister Tilly.
* GirlyGirl: Not only is Lilly this, but she's also named appropriately -- of the three sisters, the author decided "Lilly" is the girliest name.
* HyperspeedAmbush: Lilly attempted this on Jani while the humanmons were at the library, in an effort to get the trio to evolve. It backfired HARD.
* LeeroyJenkins: Lilly pulls this when she and Jani are spying on a Marowak connected to a slavery/trafficking ring, slipping into his house when it's more or less unnecessary -- and dangerous.
* LikeMotherLikeDaughter: Tilly is very much like her mother -- she sees the logic to Triss' Tiger Mom upbringing and acts somewhat like an "enforcer" of the trio, ensuring they don't stray too far from the long-term good.
* TheMcCoy: Lilly is the impulsive, emotional one of the triplets -- even when it was just Milly instead of Jani.
* MsExposition: Tilly goes into great detail about the Terranports, the taboo, and various subjects concerning Agartha and the island.
* NonPlayerCompanion: The next step up from GuestStarPartyMember, they are companions to the party who are essentially linked to Jani. They start off as basically non-combatants -- whether or not this changes (before it becomes moot) remains to be seen.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: Tilly gets noticeably emotional when her family's well being is in jeopardy -- though it's still subdued relative to even Jani let alone Lilly.
** Tilly screaming in pure instinctive terror when Jani uses the transfer orb should be a strong indicator of how serious the situation is from her POV.
* OohMeAccentsSlipping: Lilly slips into her native accent when stressed or excited. When she does it in front of her mother, though, she'll chide her. Tilly occasionally plays surrogate when in front of their parents -or- if the accent gets full blown.
* RedOniBlueOni: Take Milly/Jani out of the picture and you essentially have two vastly different siblings who still tolerate each other.
* ShipperOnDeck: Lilly isn't shy about shipping both Marlon x Marsha, as well as Niles x Dana while they're at the bar.
* SkilledButNaive:
** Lilly is by no means an experienced fighter, and she struggles to take it seriously. She ends up excelling in the more action oriented tasks, such as evading Marlon's weakened training-level Psychic attacks.
** Tilly is a downplayed version -- rational and book smart, but lacking practical experience. She ends up excelling in more technical areas, such as teaching herself moves and quickly learning Protect.
* TheSpock: Tilly is the calculating, rational one of the triplets -- even when it was just Milly instead of Jani.
* TheStoic: Tilly definitely qualifies, handling her first true dangerous situation with a steady calm.
* {{Tritagonist}}: Given their inevitable and obvious fate, starting with the Agartha arc, they serve as deuteragonist and tritagonist to Jani.
* TheUnfavorite: Lilly has the unfortunate distinction of being this, at least with her mother. Her relationship with her father is unclear, but given his personality it may be the other way around.
* WiseBeyondHerYears: The days-before-eighteen year old Tilly is able to speak on Triss' level, and even advises her with budgetary issues from time to time.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Exploud Councilmen]]
!!Johnson (Exploud)

-> '''Played By''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
-> '''Debut''':Page [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=821 821]]
* Expy: Of Mr. Meeseeks from *RickAndMorty

!!Don (Exploud)
-> '''Played By''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
-> '''Debut''':Voice teased on: Actual Debut:

The leader of the Warp Plaza Operation in Agartha.

!!Hudson (Exploud)

-> '''Played By''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
-> '''Debut''':Page [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=826#20633 826]]

Don's right-hand man in the operation.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Agartha Residents and Visitors]]
Minor residents and visitors of Agartha, excluding the Council of Exploud and Milly's family.

!!Pie Merchant (Marowak)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=824#20587 Page 824]]

Has a pie stand in the more business-concentrated area of Agartha.

!!Librarian (Excadrill)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=826#20630 Page 826]]

Librarian for the Agartha Library -- Your place for underground knowledge.

!!Council Speaker ([=Porygon2=])
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=835#20856 Page 835]]

Highly respected speaker of the Council of Elders, a coequal branch of government in Agartha. Also, has been to Orichalcum -- "sponsored" long ago.

!!Pidgeotto Kidnapper
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=838#20944 Page 838]]

First of the two criminals involved with the kidnapping of Mila and Finley.

!!Onix Kidnapper
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=839#20953 Page 839]]

Second of the two criminals involved with the kidnapping of Mila and Finley, and the one who did the physical act.

!!Dr. Durango (Durant)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=843#21062 Page 843]] ([[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=843#21058 signage here]])

Middle-aged doctor of one of the few small clinics in town.

* AlliterativeName: Not only is his name alliterative, but it also matches his species, profession, and professional title.
* SpeciesSurname: His legal surname is indeed Durant.
* VerbalTic: "Ah, yes, yes" and "Now, now," and simply "Ah," seem to be go-to fillers for him while he collects his thoughts.

!!Krokorok Kidnapper
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=844#21093 Page 844]] (species reveal on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=852 Page 852]])

Originally an unknown kidnapper with cinnamon text, showed up at a bar talking with a Marowak associate.

!!Witness #1 (Sandshrew)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Beverly}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=845#21106 Page 845]]

Clued the players to look around the bar regarding Fila's kidnapping.

!!Witness #2 (Bunnelby)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=845#21110 Page 845]]

Clued the players that there's a number of closed off tunnels beneath the town.

!!Gold Kidnapper (Spoiler)
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=846#21139 Page 846]]

Unknown kidnapper with gold text.

!!Bonnie (Excadrill)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=850#21246 Page 850]]

Bartender at Mikey's Bar.

!!Pawniard Lech
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=851#21269 Page 851]] (possibly introduced earlier)

Tried to hit on the Diglett triplets -- Jani had none of it, and Tilly blocked him from taking advantage of the naive Lilly.

!!Shady Marowak
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=852#21294 Page 852]]

Related to the kidnapping of Fila. Tailed by Jani and Lilly to his house. Provided the clue "Ancient trinkets and remedies".

!!David (Pichu)
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=854#21346 Page 854]]

Originally found as a fellow prisoner of the Agarthan kidnappers -- a little kid who befriends Finley and Mila.

!!Witness #3 (Stunfisk)
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=857#21419 Page 857]]

Witnessed the fight between the Krokorok and Andy.

!!Witness #4 (Bunnelby)
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=857#21425 Page 857]]

Witnessed the fight between the Krokorok and Andy.

!!Fillion (Decidueye)
->'''Played by''': @/{{BlackMageAnolis}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=863#21562 Page 863]] (intro'd earlier, needs research)

Character details go here.

!!Snow (Sableye)
->'''Played by''': @/{{BlackMageAnolis}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=863#21562 Page 863]] (intro'd earlier, needs research)

Character details go here.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Lucy (Riolu)]]
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/lucy_riolu_whabp_v_c.png]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=948#23700 Page 948]]

A spunky, talkative young Riolu resident of Orichalcum whose Alakazam father Silas was part of Andy's gang before Dore engineered the deaths of the entire gang (as well as Lucy's mother who was there trying to get Silas to return home). She is taken in by the party and stays with them throughout the Gleamscape arc.

* {{Bookworm}}: Lucy quite enjoys reading and gladly spent her days while her parents were away (before their passing) at Orichalcum's library. It also gives her something that she identifies with Dinah once she meets her and Benji.
* CheerfulChild: Lucy is a relatively happy-go-lucky young Riolu when not thinking about what happened to her parents.
* LikeBrotherAndSister: While befriending much of the party in the days following her parents' deaths, she gets particularly close to Eliot, resulting in this sort of relationship between them.
* MotorMouth: Rather chatty. Justified as she's a little kid.
* NamesTheSame: One of three characters in the RP who is named some variation of Lucy.
* OrphansOrdeal: Lucy flops back and forth between various stages of grief (particularly sadness and anger) after she learns of her parents' deaths.
* PluckyGirl: While considerably sullen after she learns of what happened to her parents, this side of Lucy (visible briefly before Andy/Dore breaks the news to her) begins to gradually reappear in the time afterward. Even while grieving, she attempts to fight Andy/Dore several times in the hours after they first cross paths.
* PuppyLove: Lucy and Belle's daughter Speedy seem to respectively get crushes on each other when they first meet.
* WhenYouComingHomeDad: It's heavily implied that, even to the end, Lucy's father Silas was rarely ever around and spent most of his time with the rest of Andy's gang, to the point that her mother often had to drag him back home.

[[/folder]]

[[folder: Kojo the Devil (Mienshao)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{PresidentStalkeyes}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=949#23702 Page 949]]

An elderly Shiny Mienshao that lives in a capsized ship in the middle of a rainforest, Kojo is a veteran martial artist - described as 'legendary' - and was once Bash's master. Having learned of him through Bash, Lars seeks him out for training, but is turned down after Kojo deduces he's on a quest for revenge.

* ALizardNamedLiz: His name is derived from 'Kojondo', Mienshao's Japanese name.
* FlashStep: Is fond of doing this - he's ''introduced'' snatching a mug of tea out of Lars' hands and sitting down behind him without Lars even realising what happened.
* TheGadfly: He admits that he falsely tells visitors he was expecting them just to see how they'll react, and refuses to tell Lars why he won't train him because it'd [[FigureItOutYourself 'spoil the surprise']].
* TheHermit: Lives out in the middle of a swampy rainforest by himself.
* OldMaster: He's been fighting for at least seventy years, if not more, and was responsible for forging Bash into the combatant he is today. His reputation is such that not even Lars is willing to antagonise him, [[BullyingADragon figuring Kojo would decapitate him if he did.]]
* RedBaron: Kojo "the Devil".
* ScrewPolitenessImASenior: In addition to his Gadfly tendencies, he also enjoyed simply insulting Lars, calling him a 'Half-Wit' and making sarcastic jabs at his expense.
* SeriousBusiness: Don't bring the weather from outside into his house. It spoils the aroma.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Lucille and Richard (Xatu/Oricorio)]]
->'''Played By''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=960#23985 Page 960]] (Richard)

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Characters introduced in Gleamscape]]

!!Phyllis (Swampert) and Angelo (Mantine)
->'''Played By''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=969#24219 Page 969]]

Marsha and Benji's parents, who are first encountered in Gleamscape while they are on a vacation to the music festival going on there.

* BrooklynRage: Phyllis, whose accent is far thicker than Marsha's.
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy: Phyllis is a large not particularly feminine female Swampert while Angelo is a mildly effeminate and sensitive male Mantine.

!!Renata (Garchomp)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=970#24233 Page 970]] (EarlyBirdCameo); [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1017#25404 Page 1017]] (first major appearance)

Delilah's mother, who lives in Gleamscape and is confined to a wheelchair-like apparatus after Delilah unwittingly crippled her when Delilah first attempted to Mega Evolve (with disastrous results).

* ActionMom: Was a former tournament superstar until Delilah's accident.
* CoolOldLady: While not exactly elderly (she ''is'' considerably older than most of the cast, though), she used to be quite the excellent battler in tournaments before she lost the use of her legs. Nowadays she leads a quite life in Gleamscape and is quite friendly to folks who are strangers to her such as Lars.

!!Henry (Vibrava)
[[quoteright:100:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/henry_vibrava_whabp_v_c.png]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}} (based on an idea by Tropers/TroperNo9001)
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=970#24233 Page 970]] (EarlyBirdCameo); [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=993#24824 Page 993]] (First major appearance)

A very egotistical Vibrava with a dead-end job in Gleamscape who is convinced that he is actually royalty. He is first encountered by members of the party at the restaurant/bar in the hotel at Gleamscape.

* BasedOnADream: Henry and his character was not based on a dream had by [[Tropers/{{Kablammin45}} his player]], but rather [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=c2qkbj2ppf2cvmzme17cw3zn&page=304#7580 one had by non-participant]] Tropers/TroperNo9001 wherein [=kablammin45=] was roleplaying as the character (also a Vibrava) that would serve as the basis for Henry's character.
* DrunkOnMilk: Acted vaguely alcholic-style surly while actually being a soda drinker.
* SmallNameBigEgo: Despite his rather hum-drum lifestyle, Henry is convinced that he is a prince (to the point of always wearing a homemade royal cape and crown) and is quick to rub this in the faces of everyone he meets.

!!Arie (Primarina)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=978#24444 Page 978]]

A Primarina who lives in Gleamscape and runs a souvenir shop. She is Belle's sister (and thus Speedy and Mauveine's aunt) and is less of a singer than Belle and Bryce.

* GenkiGirl: Far less reserved than her calm and motherly sister Belle.
* ShoutOut: Her name is short for Aretha, i.e. Music/ArethaFranklin, keeping with the theme of Primarinas named after singers started with Belle and Bryce.

!!Wenda (Wailord)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=982#24531 Page 982]] (mentioned earlier)

A Wailord friend of Goobert's who was often mentioned by him before appearing in person in Gleamscape.

!!Café Cashier (Blaziken)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=988#24693 Page 988]]

Character details go here

!!Innkeeper (Houndoom)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=990#24733 Page 990]]

Character details go here

!!Leonard (Lapras)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=992#24780 Page 992]]

Gets transformed into by Smeargle!Lucy.

* AlliterativeName: The L's, obviously.
* BadassBaritone: Is described as having a quite deep voice. (Though he has yet to be seen fighting.)

!!??? (Lopunny)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheAphid}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=993#24809 Page 993]]

A male Lopunny. Character details go here

!!Barkeep (Hitmonchan)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=995#24852 Page 995]]

Barkeep for the hotel where contest signups were happening.

!!Wallace (Beartic)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Ore-O}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=996#24887 Page 996]]

A Beartic hailing from Nifhel that Grigori befriended.

!!Shane Pusaulo (Purugly)
->'''Played by''': @/{{shrubBird}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=997#24923 Page 997]]

Hat merchant who interacts with Dana and Niles.

* {{Expy}}: His personality and species are both references to Sanae Hanekoma from VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou.
* MeaningfulName: His last name literally means "cathead."

!!Tychon (Electabuzz)
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=997#24908 Page 997]]

Befriended Mila at the hotel bar.

!!Wait Staff (Baile Oricorio)
->'''Played by''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Tropers/Cabe_Bedlam Cabe_Bedlam]]
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=998#24927 Page 998]]

Wait staff at the hotel bar.

!!Golisopod Waiter
->'''Played by''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1015#25370 Page 1015]]

Character details go here

!!Town Crier (Loudred)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Team42Larson}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1016#25376 Page 1016]] (made multiple cries in earlier pages)

Character details go here

!!Sunflora Judge
->'''Played by''': @/{{CorvusAtrox}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1017#25409 Page 1017]]

Character details go here

!!Flower Girl (Comfey)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1018#25426 Page 1018]]

Character details go here

!!Priscilla (Basculin)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1022#25534 Page 1022]] (mentioned on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=448#11177 page 448]])

A rather creepy Basculin who takes an interest in a Mudsdale manning the ticket booth. Later that evening, it turned out that all along she was the right-paw killer, though apparently she shifted her interest over to hooves...as she stalked and then brutally murdered the Mudsdale ticket taker while was headed to the pub.

* AnArmAndALeg: Or fins, in this case. Part of her tail fin got ripped off while battling the Mudsdale.
* AscendedExtra: What was meant to be a throwaway reference was expanded due to popular demand. (see first mention above)
* {{Expy}}: It's mostly an amalgamation of one-dimensional serial killers from animated sitcoms, especially South Park.
* SerialKiller: Played straight -- even collects front right paws (and hooves) as a trophy.
* SpeedBlitz: As a fairly high level mon, she's capable of making attacks that the enemy can't detect -- including Aqua Jet.
* SplitPersonality: She takes on five personalities: Her baseline "obvious sociopath" aka "the experimenter" personality is seen the most, while she has also been herself as a child, her mother, a scorned lover, and a raving psycho.
* StalkerWithoutACrush: Despite acting like she was crushing on the Mudsdale, she really just wanted an excuse to kill him.
* WritingByTheSeatOfYourPants: Absolutely what happened -- despite being brought back by demand, her role was originally going to be much simpler...and as such, it lacked proper planning.

!!Jenkins (Houndoom)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TacoBadger}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1022#25535 Page 1022]]

A bounty hunter.

!!??? (Mudsdale)
->'''Played by''': @/{{BlackMageAnolis}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1022#25536 Page 1022]]

Ticket master for the music festival. (Day 1)

!!Mitsu Kata (Pangoro)
->'''Played by''': @/{{sarysa}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1022#25545 Page 1022]]

Master of the dojo in Gleamscape, and a practitioner of bougyo-jutsu, a defensive style. Initially meets Lars after Lars burns himself out while clobbering training dummies, but discovers Jani later the same day after her reckless use of a transfer orb lands her unconscious. Unlike most Pangoro, he smooths out his fur on a daily basis.

* AscendedExtra: Originally created specifically to help Jani readjust as a Purrloin, he also had a chat with Lars, trained Niles, and was the first mon to meet the humanmon Golett James when he entered the world. Then he started going into legends about humans while giving the humanmons a safe space to unload.
* GoodSamaritan: Aside from generally nosing in with those at his dojo who appear to be struggling, he helped out an unconscious Jani and a disoriented newcomer Golett.
* HiddenDepths: Despite being of a species with a high attack stat and a berserker mentality, Mitsu specializes in defensive techniques and is beyond calm.
* MeaningfulName: Somewhat of a joke name -- while his creator was going for a believable Japanese-sounding name, it's actually a play on ''mitsukatta'', meaning "found". The NPC was originally created to find and train Jani after she used the Transfer Orb.
* OldMaster: Or middle-aged, anyway. He's the current top inheritor of his dojo, regardless.

!!Winifred "Winnie" (Shiny Ditto)
->'''Played by''': @/{{kablammin45}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1077#26904 Page 1077]]

A Shiny Ditto with a penchant for elaborate plans, be them pranks or revenge schemes. Defaults to the form of a Mismagius when not planning or in the middle of some sort of scheme. Was interested in Bryce before he ultimately chose to stay with his childhood sweetheart Belle. She claims to have had some sort of history with Benji that left her with a ruined life thanks to his doing.

* BerserkButton: Benji as a whole, thanks to him allegedly ruining her life via a terrible prank.
* BornUnlucky: Claims to have had poor luck ever since the terrible prank that Benji allegedly pulled on her put her on the bad side of much of the Legendary Pokémon.
* GreenEyedMonster: A lot of Winifred's motives for her plans to KillAndReplace Belle during the Gleamscape arc stems from this, as Winifred leads a horrid life-style (that she blames Benji for) while Belle leads a wonderful one with the man (or Primarina) Winifred had her eyes on.
* KarmaHoudini: While she does get beaten down by the party and her plans for Belle ultimately fail, she escapes the party and the police arresting her after releasing Belle.
* KillAndReplace: While not ''killing'' Belle, Winifred does plan on using Wonder Orbs and [[LaserGuidedAmnesia memory screwing]] on Belle to erase Belle's identity so Winnie can assume Belle's identity and life herself. Her plans fail.
* LoveMakesYouCrazy: Bordering on LoveMakesYouEvil, after mishap after mishap in the years following her rejection by Bryce in favor of romantic rival Belle, Winifred finally decides that she's had enough and tries to forcibly take Belle's place.
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: Gives one to Benji upon seeing him, which leaves him injured to the point of forcing him to exit the party.
* ShapeshifterDefaultForm: Defaults to that of a female Mismagius, though she previously took the form of a Shiny Dewgong before being turned down by Bryce in favor of Belle.
* VillainousBreakdown: While rather AffablyEvil before her plans start to fall apart, she starts to get agitated when the party starts interfering with her plans to KillAndReplace Belle. Then she sees Benji (who she has had an unhealthy history with) and completely loses it, dropping a PrecisionFStrike (when she was saying things like [[GoshDangitToHeck "fiddlesticks" and "gosh"]] before) and giving him a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Carbon Footprint (band)]]
Band introduced in Gleamscape. This excludes Aspen, whose entry is in the Player Characters section.

!!Topher (Sawk)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheAphid}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=987#24666 Page 987]]

Character details go here

!!Colton (Hydreigon)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheAphid}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=987#24666 Page 987]]

Character details go here

!!The Security (Dhelmise, Barbaracle, Heracross)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheAphid}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=988#24689 Page 988]]

Character details go here

!!Wentworth (Sableye)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheAphid}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=990#24738 Page 990]] (named [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=987#24666 here]])
->'''Crossed as''': Sableye

Is a humanmon, but does not join the party, and is an NPC. Character details go here.

!!Jack (Heracross)
->'''Played by''': @/{{TheAphid}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=990#24738 Page 990]]

A roadie or manager? (needs confirmation) Character details go here
[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Mercenaries]]
A small group of mercenaries that Noriaki hires to aid the party in battles.

!!Chang (Raticate)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Konkfan7}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1005#25107 Page 1005]] (teased on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1004#25100 Page 1004]])

Character details go here

!!Wendy (East Sea Gastrodon)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Konkfan7}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1010#25240 Page 1010]] (teased on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1004#25100 Page 1004]])

Character details go here

!!??? (Bastiodon), ??? (Golisopod), ??? (Pom-Pom Oricorio)
->'''Played by''': @/{{Konkfan7}}
->'''Debut''': ??? (teased on [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1004#25100 Page 1004]])

The other three mercenaries in their troupe. None have spoken as of yet.
[[/folder]]
''Characters/WeHaveAllBecomePokemonLocations''


* BerserkButton: PJ does not take kindly to the suggestion that his friends may be replaceable, to say the least.

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* BerserkButton: BerserkButton:
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PJ does not take kindly to the suggestion that his friends may be replaceable, to say the least.least.
** Any mention of [[{{Yandere}} Bella]][[BitchInSheepsClothing donna]] is likely to enrage or panic PJ.



* TheRival: Recognizes that this is likely his relationship with Lars.

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* TheRival: Recognizes that Consider himself to be this is likely his relationship with to Lars.



* WillfullyWeak: He doesn't mind losing the power he had as a Ribombee after the events of Hoard, considering it to be a boon knowing that he won't cause too much damage if his [[HatePlague Viral Aggression]] ends up turning him against his friends.



[[folder:Light (Rotom)]]

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[[folder:Light (Rotom)]](Piplup)]]


Arriving in the second wave, Jani the Diglett woke up underground and encountered the group as they were lounging by a stream. Unlike most of the cast, she had a career going before she was forced into the world. Knowing next to nothing about the games or the show, she struggled to make sense of anything and one of her earliest adventures resulted in her getting mauled. Having her memories scrambled by a cover story she fabricated, she spent awhile thinking she was a world native, and then contracted the Viral Aggression. Leaving the party again until Hoard, she ended up being a bit rougher around the edges and world-weary.

Although she has a computer science degree, she managed to inadvertantly leak an incomplete chemical formula for vulcanized rubber to a Silversand scientist while in her deluded state. They filled in the gaps overnight and after teaming up with a local merchant, the three formed a company built around rubber and Hevea's inventions. This factors into some of Jani's absences from the party, but as it's still a fledgeling company, it has had little impact on the world.

Since the events in Hoard, an Escape Orb hitting her led the party to discover that she swapped bodies with a Diglett named Milly when she entered the world, with Milly ending up in the human world. Milly's sisters, Tilly and Lilly, depend on Jani eventually becoming willing to evolve with them, for the sake of their survival. The two became permanent party members, but as a result of Tilly's (and her mother's) overbearing nature, Jani was driven to seek a way out -- and she did, in the form of a Transfer Orb. Said orb [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1041#26023 transformed]] her into a different species.

She currently masquerades as a Purrloin with the alias "Sarah".

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As a human, Jani had never played the Pokémon games and only saw a few episodes of the anime. One of the eldest of the humanmons, perhaps only surpassed by Serris and maybe Andy, she attended college at an unnamed public California university and acquired a bachelor's in Computer Science. At the time she was transported into the WHABP world, she was working as a software engineer in Pennsylvania. The transfer happened as she slept.

Arriving in the second wave, Jani the Diglett woke up underground and encountered the group as they were lounging by a stream. Unlike most of the cast, she had transdimensionally swapped bodies with a career going before she was forced into Diglett named Milly, though this didn't become known until nearly two weeks later. Given her ignorance of the world. Knowing next to nothing about the games or the show, series, she struggled to make sense of anything and one of her earliest adventures resulted in her getting mauled. Having her memories scrambled by a cover story she poorly fabricated, she spent awhile about a week thinking she was a world native, and then in that time contracted the Viral Aggression. Leaving the party again until Hoard, she ended up being a bit rougher around the edges and world-weary.

Although she has a computer science degree, While in her deluded state, but prior to the events of Hoard, she managed to inadvertantly leak an incomplete chemical formula for vulcanized rubber rubber, something she picked up in college Chemistry classes, to a Silversand scientist while in her deluded state.named Hevea. They filled in the gaps overnight and after teaming up with a local merchant, the three formed a company built around rubber and Hevea's inventions. This factors into some of Jani's absences from the party, but as it's still a fledgeling company, it has had little impact on the world.

Since the events in Hoard, an Escape Orb hitting her led the party to discover that she swapped bodies with a Diglett named Milly when the details of how she entered the world, with Milly ending up in the human world. Milly's sisters, Tilly and Lilly, depend on Jani eventually becoming willing to evolve with them, for the sake of their survival. The two became permanent party members, but as a result of Tilly's (and Tilly and her mother's) mother's overbearing nature, natures, Jani was driven to seek a way out -- and she did, in the form of a Transfer Orb. Said orb [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1041#26023 transformed]] her into a different species.

She currently masquerades as a Purrloin with the alias "Sarah".
"Sarah Zant", a fangirlish band nut who has a thing for the Carbon Footprint band first encountered in Gleamscape. She has crafted a backstory using mostly elements of her youth...her love of metal, her time in California, among other things. At the moment, she is posing as a world native from the forest village of Lunalis. Adhering to the notion of "the most effective lies contain kernels of truth", she has done well to keep the facade going, but cracks are starting to form...



** Tilly: Der Führer, when she became overbearing early into the Gleamscape arc.

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** Tilly: Der Führer, when she became overbearing early into the Gleamscape arc.


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* {{Fangirl}}: Displays this toward Carbon Footprint, and especially Aspen.


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* UnreliableNarrator: Her information is adapted from more reliable narrators, with lots of "facts" sewn from whole cloth.


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[[folder:James (Golett)]]
->'''Played by''': @/{{Peashooter}}
->'''Debut''': [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14914248370A02012900&page=1100#27497 Page 1100]]
->'''Crossed as''': Golett

Character details go here.
[[/folder]]


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* AscendedExtra: Originally created specifically to help Jani readjust as a Purrloin, he also had a chat with Lars, trained Niles, and was the first mon to meet the humanmon Golett James when he entered the world. Then he started going into legends about humans while giving the humanmons a safe space to unload.
* GoodSamaritan: Aside from generally nosing in with those at his dojo who appear to be struggling, he helped out an unconscious Jani and a disoriented newcomer Golett.


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[[caption-width-right:100:Benji's Noivern "Marjorie" form]]



Marsha's adopted Ditto sibling who owns and rents out a pontoon boat known as the ''Shifter'' at the Silversand marina. While he is a Ditto, he defaults to the form of a male Swampert, though he occasionally takes the form of a female Noivern named Marjorie as well. He's very out-going and friendly, though sometimes these two aspects of himself get him in trouble.

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Marsha's adopted Ditto sibling who owns and rents out a pontoon boat known as the ''Shifter'' at the Silversand marina. While he is a Ditto, he defaults to the form of a male Swampert, though he occasionally takes the form of a female Noivern named Marjorie as well. He's very out-going and friendly, though sometimes these two aspects of himself get him in trouble. \n He adopts a quieter, more demure personality as Marjorie.


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* BladeBelowTheShoulder: How Leaf Blade is manifested for him.

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* BladeBelowTheShoulder: Type II. How Leaf Blade is manifested for him.


* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Took up a pair of [[LennonSpecs round rimmed sunglasses]] in Gleamscape.



* EnemyWithin: Implied. A mirror of him speaks to him in his nightmares, stating that he represents his wrath and bloodlust. Although, it could be symptom of [[HatePlague Viral Aggression]]

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* BladeBelowTheShoulder: How Leaf Blade is manifested for him.
* EnemyWithin: Implied. A mirror of him speaks to him in his nightmares, stating that he represents his wrath and bloodlust. Although, it could be symptom of [[HatePlague Viral Aggression]]Aggression]].
* FriendlySniper: Seems personable to the party for a hunter for hire.


Operates a berry cake stall at the carnival.

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Operates Operate a berry cake stall at the carnival.
carnival.

*{{Irony}}: Judy's a narcoleptic Drowsee (a species of Pokemon that can easily put ''others'' to sleep), and Amelie's a hyperactive, quick-speaking Slowbro.
*ThoseTwoGuys: They're there to offer comedic banter and give the party food.

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