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Former Player Characters and protagonists of A Game of Gods, these characters have since been retired or had their players quit. For a list of active Champions, go here.

Warning: All spoilers are unmarked.

It was revealed that every single retired Champion has been killed by the Nomad named Omega, as part of said Nomad's plan to dispose of the rest of his own brethren.


Hahli

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A Toa Action Girl.
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Hahli was a shy but diligent Ga-Matoran native who was a student on Metru Nui and the Chronicler, and later became the Toa Inika of Water, and shortly later the Toa Mahri of Water and helped guard Metru Nui. Like most Toa of Water, Hahli was generally kind and gentle. Prior to being selected for the Ga-Koro Kolhii team, she was mostly shy and reserved. As a Toa, she later became more self-confident, and in The Pit, was much more aggressive.

As a Toa of Water, Hahli could create, control, and absorb water and like the other Toa Inika, her water powers were combined with lightning. After being changed by the Mask of Life, Hahli's elemental powers were returned to normal level, meaning they weren't combined with electricity.


  • Heroic BSoD: At the start of the Magical Girl challenge, due to not having her mask.
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Jorge-052

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Chief Warrant Officer Jorge-052 is a SPARTAN-II commando of the United Nations Space Command. A Nomad found him on an alien ship orbiting above the besieged UNSC colony known as Reach. A SPARTAN-III known as Noble Six was with him, but Jorge volunteered to activate the bomb manually while Six fell back towards the planet.

The Nomad snatched Jorge away right before he was caught in the blast. Next thing the SPARTAN-II knew, he was trapped in a hotel with a bunch of strangers. Jorge is a passionate, well-mannered human being, but he is absolutely lethal in a fight. Up until he was taken, Jorge was part of a squad of Spartans called Noble Team. His call sign was Noble Five. He rejoins the squad in the Halo Reach challenge.


  • Berserk Button:
    • If Jorge sees you hurt an innocent, he will chew your ass out. If you kill an innocent around him, kiss your ass goodbye.
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    • Saren. He loathes the alien, more so than Ravage. Throttling a child, then seemingly trying to kill the whole group with his mind seems to have something to do with it.
  • BFG: His M247H Heavy Machine Gun.
  • Cyborg: He received several augmentations while he was in the SPARTAN-II training program.

Gordon Freeman

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Gordon Freeman is a theoretical physicist who originally worked in the Black Mesa Research Institute. After the inadvertent release of hordes of alien lifeforms into his home dimension, Gordon was forced to kill many of these creatures, eventually killing the leader. Afterwords, he was taken into stasis by a mysterious individual. Twenty years later, he was dropped into an earth controlled by a tyrannical alien empire known as the Combine by an unknown person named the G-Man.

After battling with the Resistance to liberate earth, he was suddenly plucked from the middle of one of the battles by the Nomads.


  • Badass Bookworm: Gordon's a theoretical physicist with an arsenal that allows him to take out squads of cyberneticaly-enhanced soldiers.
  • Determinator: After destroying the Combine Overworld, Gordon refuses to let anything kill him. Not even being impaled by a nomad does him in.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: Gordon destroys the Combine Overworld in a challenge that nearly cost him his life, dragged himself through wound after wound in the finale, refused to die even after being impaled, and finally killed a being equatable to fate itself to ensure that earth would be safe. And after going through all of this, he finally gets to go home and have a rest.

Cirno

An ice fairy from Gensokyo, Cirno often boasts that she is "the strongest there is". She possesses a childlike mentality to go with her childlike body, and given the way things work in her homeland she sees nearly all of the party's encounters as different sorts of games.


Travis Touchdown

Travis Touchdown is an American video game antihero from No More Heroes. 27 years old, he is both an otaku and a professional assassin, wielding a beam sword weapon. He later appeared in the 2010 video game No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle, which takes place three years later.

He is named after the protagonist of the film Paris, Texas directed by Wim Wenders. He lives a lifestyle that is often compared to those of average people because of his obsession with anime, professional wrestling, pornography, and action figures; however, this lifestyle has also been called an "uber male fantasy."


  • The Brute: Acts as muscle for Saren in "Blood Feud".

Mecha Sonic

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Mecha Sonic is a powerful robot built by Doctor Eggman that appeared in the game Sonic & Knuckles. He attacks both Sonic the Hedgehog and Knuckles the Echidna, and appears in the Sky Sanctuary Zone in four separate boss battles across the two story lines of the game (three times for Sonic and once against Knuckles). His abilities are hyper jet boosters, teleportation and laser blasts. He can turn into a ball like Sonic can.


Gary "Roach" Sanderson

Roach is a British Special Air Service operative. He was part of an international Special Forces strike force called Task Force 141, led by Captain John "Soap" MacTavish.


Kirby

A Star Warrior who is known as one of the greatest warriors of Pop Star. During a battle for power against the tyrannic King Dedede, Kirby was snatched away by the Nomads and found himself at first in Verona, Italy. It hasn't been any less confusing since.


Samus Aran

Samus Aran is the protagonist of the Metroid video game series. Samus is a female ex-marine bounty hunter usually fitted with a powered armor suit with weapons that include beams and missiles. Throughout the series, she executes missions given to her by the Galactic Federation while hunting the antagonistic Space Pirates and their leader, Ridley, along with the energy-draining extraterrestrial parasites called Metroids.

Orphaned at a young age, Samus was brought up by the extraterrestrial avianoid Chozo race, who trained her as a warrior. The Chozo also gave her the Power Suit, and infused her with their blood in order to create a perfect warrior.


TRON

A security program from Encom's OS, Tron was plucked from the Game Grid and deposited into the game shortly before the Halo: Reach challenge. Though his blunt and straightforward manner put him at odds with some of the other Champions, he honestly means well.


Mal-Keshar


  • Not Quite Dead: He's stuck in his phylactery, which is his old sword. He gave it to Rey as a gift.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: After all, he became a necromancer (and later a Lich) only to free his hometown, Parthyn, from the menace of Orc raids.

Eddie Riggs

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The world's greatest roadie. Eddie is an old school metalhead who dreams of the days when heavy metal was pure. He was transported to a mythical land of metal after an accident at a concert resulted in his near-death. After waging several wars on hair-metal traitors, Emo Teens and Bondage Demons, he found himself transported to this new world, surrounded by strangers.


  • Dark Is Not Evil: In spite of his demonic abilities, Eddie is still a really nice and decent person.
  • Hidden Depths: Eddie has come up with a few smart ideas from time to time, such as how to complete the Bloodfeud challenge in a way that wouldn't end in total bloodshed.
  • I Call It "Vera": His guitar, Clementine.
  • Put on a Bus: Sent home with help from Ophelia and Magnus. The Nomads do not attempt to interfere in any way.

Harry Dresden

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"When things get strange, when what goes bump in the night flicks on the lights, when no one else can help you, give me a call. I'm in the book."

A Wizard (the only one in the Chicago phonebook, at that) and Private Investigator, Dresden is a powerful magician. He has seen and thought any number of strange things in the past and has accumulated an arsenal of magic and artifacts for fighting off mundane and supernatural threats. He awoke in the Lounge after being shot by an unknown assassin.


  • Fantastic Racism: Accused of this towards the Obviously Evil necromancer Mal-Keshar by Rey. Given Mal-Keshar went on to kill Gordon and try to kill Harry, it seems he may have been right.
  • First-Person Smartass: He is unique in that he narrates his own actions in first person, like in the books.
  • Full-Contact Magic: He's as likely to blast you away with magic as to punch you in the face.
  • Kill It with Fire: In addition to regular fire, sometimes uses Soulfire, white fire he can make constructs out of which is Cast from Hit Points because he uses his soul as fuel
  • Walking Techbane: Tends to short out any electrical appliance near him when he uses magic. This is addressed when he nearly kills Tron, forces Ravage to go into Beast Mode (his aura acts like corrupt energon radiation to cybertronians), and messes up Craft's systems. Psi cures him of it, on the grounds that he won't be any fun to watch if he can't interact with the others.
  • Wouldn't Hit a Girl: Attacks Ravage and Saren because they attacked Samus. It's clearly stated that this was because she was a girl, rather than anything else.

Yuuka Kazami

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The strong ones are usually smiling.

A flower-Youkai from Gensokyo. She was taken from her home in the Dream World Mugenkan with no idea why she was, and has absolutely no interest in finding out. As far as she knows, whatever kidnaps a Youkai needs a laser to the face. As a being born from the magic of nature, she has to struggle to fight out or her element during the challenges.

Yuuka is a rather powerful and dangerous flower-loving Youkai. In Lotus Land Story, Reimu and Marisa break into her mansion in the dream world of Mugenkan, and she defends herself. In Phantasmagoria of Flower View, she goes out to enjoy herself, trying to remember why the event that touches off the game's story seems familiar.


  • Berserk Button: Don't touch the flowers. As Mal-Keshar found out when he munched on one of them.

The Sniper

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"Feelin's? Look, mate, you know who has a lot of feelin's? Blokes what bludgeon their wife to death with a golf trophy..."

A rugged and ready crack shot from the Australian outback, the Sniper prefers to pick his targets off from a distance, though he isn't afraid to get his hands dirty if the situation requires.

In his former life as a tracker of dangerous game in the unforgiving Australian outback, the Sniper would spend months by himself. Prolonged isolation taught him a valuable lesson: You don't have to rely on other people if you never miss.


  • Cannot Spit It Out: When asked about the jar he carries, the Sniper insists that he can't talk about it.

Allen Walker

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Allen Walker is an Exorcist of the religious organization known as the Black Order. He is the adopted son of Mana Walker, adopted nephew of Nea Walker, and is the apprentice to Cross Marian. He is the main protagonist of the D.Gray-Man series.

While Allen is good in swordsmanship, he has an anti-Akuma weapon that he uses in combat. Called the Cross, it's a rare, parasite-type Innocence that shares a symbiotic relationship with Allen's body. It appears as a cross-shaped shard embedded in the back of his left hand, which causes his entire left arm to appear red, scaly, and deformed. As a parasite-type, it is capable of both invoking and acting of its own accord. Allen can use his Cursed Eye to see souls trapped in Akuma.


  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: He has a scar through his left eye, which is part of the curse that allows him to see Akuma. And he received a bunch of huge, deep scars across his entire chest from impaling himself with his own Akuma-purifying sword, which he thought shouldn't hurt him... except for the unfortunate fact that he's actually a Noah.
  • Magical Eye: His left eye lets him see the souls of Akuma.
  • The Soulsaver: Saving humans and akuma, according to his vows.

Ron Swanson

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“Give a man a fish and feed him for a day. Don't teach a man to fish... and feed yourself. He's a grown man. Fishing's not that hard.”

  • Sliding Scale of Libertarianism and Authoritarianism: Ron's political philosophy falls quite far on the Libertarian side. He has explicitly referred to himself as a Libertarian a number of times and sees no value in government-run institutions to the point of wanting everything privatized.
  • Real Men Eat Meat: To the point that he thinks fish are acceptable to catch, but not to eat since "fish meat is practically a vegetable".
  • Unfazed Everyman: Compared to everyone else in the cast.

Dex-Starr

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Dexter was in a litter of five kittens that were abandoned at a Brooklyn animal shelter. Dexter was then taken in by a lonely woman who lived in a small city apartment. The apartment was broken into one night during a robbery. Dexter attacked the intruder, waking the woman up. She was then murdered by the intruder. When the police came to investigate the murder, Dexter was kicked away from the apartment by the policemen and left to fend for himself in a nearby alley. Dexter was later picked up and put in a sack by two men, who intended to throw him over the edge of a bridge to drown when a red power ring found him in mid fall. "Dex-Starr of Earth. You have great rage in your heart. You belong to the Red Lantern Corps." Dex-Starr now seeks the man who killed his owner so he can kill him.

As he is a member of the Red Lantern Corp., the cat derives his powers from the Red Lantern.


  • Badass Creed: "I find one who hurt you. I kill. I good kitty."
  • Cute Kitten: Invokes this to get close enough to attack.
  • Talking Animal: Thanks to the Translator Microbes in the power rings. One of his greatest regrets is that he couldn't talk to his owner, as her final words to him were:
    "You make my life better you silly cat, and I know if you could talk, you would tell me the same thing."

Jack Noir

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Don't be fooled by that look. He fights deadly.

Jack Noir is an Archagent of Derse who appears in every session of SBURB. He oversees various affairs of the kingdom and does all of the most important and most tedious paperwork, and is the direct subordinate of the King and Queen. In the kids' session, he slew the Queen, and soon after, the King, declaring himself as the Sovereign Slayer and wreaking havoc on the Medium. In the trolls' session, he was able to enlist the help of Karkat Vantas and the Red Team to exile the Black Queen (who became Snowman), and at some point was exiled himself, becoming first a Scurrilous Straggler and then Spades Slick, leader of the Midnight Crew.

Jack has no tolerance for things he doesn't want to do. His vicious demeanor, sarcastic nature and nasty attitude are readily apparent, and he exhibits a lack of concern for life that isn't his own. Despite his bad behavior, Jack seems to have some sense of honor - even at times when it would seem at odds with what would be most intelligent.


  • I Have Many Names: Jack Noir, Sovereign Slayer, Bec Noir, "the demon," and possibly Lord of Angels.

Red

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Don't be fooled by that look. He's an expert Pokémon Trainer.

Red is a powerful Pokémon Trainer from Pallet Town, Kanto. In games other than the Kanto based games, particularly particularly Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold and SoulSilver, he seems like a shady character who has strong Pokemon. He's also a silent protagonist.

Red is sent on a journey to better himself as a trainer and a person, displaying amazing feats of courage and a strong sense of justice. He becomes the champion of the Pokémon League after beating Blue, defeating Giovanni and Team Rocket.

His six Pokémon, after becoming a Champion, consist of a Level 73 Espeon, a Level 75 Snorlax, a Level 77 Blastoise, Charizard and Venosaur and a Level 81 Pikachu. Red's not a trainer someone should mess with.


  • Friend to All Living Things: Red is to Pokémon, especially when he catches them from the wild.
  • The Hero: He's referred to as this in the Gen II and the Gen IV remakes. He's also the protagonist in the Red/Blue games.
  • Heroic Mime: Doesn't talk much.

Kimimaro of the Kaguya Clan

The strongest member of Orochimaru's elite Sound Five. The last member of a clan of Blood Knights who were killed off after attempting to revolt against the Hidden Mist Village. Taken in by Orochimaru, who he idolized. He was originally supposed to be Orochimaru's next vessel, but he contracted a terminal illness (likely tuberculosis), which prevented this. The others didn't want him to join, but as he was able to kick their asses all at once, they didn't have much of a choice.

He has a kekkai genkai which allows him to control the growth of his bones, which are harder than steel. He can cause them to protrude from his body as Spikes of Doom, or remove them from his body entirely to use as weapons. His Cursed Seal form is a dinosaur-like creature.

During his time being made to fight against the Shinobi Alliance, Kimimaro learned the horrifying truths behind his old master, and thanks to Naruto Uzumaki and Juugo (Kimimaro's most trusted friend), he forsook the role of the villain and found emotional closure, which broke Kabuto's hold over him. After his zombie body decayed into dust and his soul was loosed, the Nomads brought him back to play the role of a Challenger. He is now trying to fit in with the role of a good guy, and so far hasn't screwed up.


  • Back from the Dead: Twice; once from Kabuto, and once from the Nomads. He's hoping that this time, his eventual death will be more dignified than his first two.
  • Badass Boast:
    "We will stop this apocalypse, and we will kill anyone you send to get in our way. By my hand armies and titans have fallen. I have defied gods and demons. I am my own shield and the shield of my Nakama, as well as their sword and mine. I know your type; I've seen scum like you in the past... and will live to slay more in the future. This... will not be the way the world ends."
  • Bad with the Bone: His power allows him to control his skeletal structure to incredible levels. He can generate bones from any part of his body, and then remove and modify them to be used as weapons. He can also make his bones stronger than steel, or create an ultra-tough layer of bone just underneath his skin.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Kimimaro is one of the nicest, most amicable of the group, yet push him too far and he shows just why he was Orochimaru's premier spec-ops leader. His detached cheeriness gets thrown out the window during the Semi-Final Challenge of Season 1, when Administrator Washington tries to stop the gang from saving the planet one too many times:
    "The blood of millions stains your hands... and if you seek to bar our path and doom this world, we will ensure that their hands drag your black soul to the lowest of the Hells. The holy eyes of the Six-Paths Sage will sear you with their gaze, and after he and your victims cast you down the 10-Tailed Daemon shall feast upon your forever-damned soul!"
  • Blood Knight: He despises senseless killing, but he still loves the thrill of battle.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: Fairly skilled in Earth Release techniques.
  • Ill Boy: His first life was ended by a particularly nasty strain of tuberculosis. Thankfully, his new/current body is perfectly fine.
  • Fish out of Temporal Water: Averted. He seems to be adjusting rather well to the new technology now available to him. It helps that, with the exception of vehicles, weapons, and a few other things, his world's tech level isn't very far behind ours.
  • Last of His Kind: Last of the Kaguya, though considering what his clanmen were like, this is a good thing. Also, he hopes to start rebuilding his clan as a peacekeeping force if he escapes the Nomads alive.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Can move damn fast, and can hit much harder and take much more punishment than his lithe frame would suggest.
  • Lovecraftian Superpower: Dude pulls his bones out to use as weapons. Safe to say that qualifies.
  • This Is a Drill: His Tessenka no Mai: Hana creates a huge bone drill around his arm. Shown to be able to punch through Striders with very little difficulty.
  • Younger Than They Look: Looks and acts like a grown man. He's actually 15.

Samurai Jack

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Jack is the son of the Japanese Emperor who ruled the area where Aku originally appeared on Earth, and is banished to the future by Aku during their first battle, where he is left in every episode to search for a way home. He was born on the day that his father defeated Aku and he seems to be the only mortal (aside from his father) to be a match to Aku. After his father was captured by Aku, Jack traveled around the world to prepare both physically and mentally for his confrontation with Aku. He studied under various scholars, such as Egyptian thinkers, and attempted to master each art of combat from the cultures he met, training with African warriors, Viking sailors, Robin Hood, Mongolian warriors, Shaolin monks, Greek Olympic contestants, Russian Cossacks, and several others.

Jack's magic sword was forged by the gods Odin, Ra, and Rama through three mortal avatars. The sword was forged from the righteous energy within Jack's father; it is unable to harm beings that are pure of heart. Jack strongly exhibits the characteristics of a stoic hero. He is unfailingly polite and humble despite the completely alien nature of the futuristic world and never scoffs at or disparages the customs of the people he encounters (as unpleasant as they seem to him at times). Jack consistently shows an uncommon moral strength of character by helping the poor and defenseless along the way.

Aside from the proficiency in handling his katana, Jack can also fight with other weapons such as the Bo and Kyudo. He can also engage enemies in unarmed combat and he is also an expert strategist, as well as the ability to move fast and has lots of strength thanks to his training.


  • Badass Normal: A samurai in a future dystopian world? Oh yeah!
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: He might be able to get home faster if he ignored the suffering of those around him. But he just can't do it since he's a hero.
  • The Comically Serious: Can't afford to be lax all the time as long as Aku (or some big bad) is out there.
  • The Hero: Of his fate to save his world from Aku's tyranny.
  • No Name Given: "Jack" is an alias he took in the future.

Rayman

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Rayman the...Thingmajig.

Rayman is the protagonist of the Rayman series, a video game created by Ubisoft. He is limbless and attacks by throwing his fists. His other abilities include attacking his enemies by winding up his fists and throwing them at his enemies, floating through the air and descending slowly by using his hair as a helicopter propeller, and the ability to live and survive without his body parts attached.


  • Hand Blast: His ability to throw lums as energy attacks.
  • Natural Weapon: Pretty much every part of him counts, including his hair.
  • Prehensile Hair: He can fly with his hair, c'mon who doesn't want to be able to do that?

Kisame Hoshigaki

The most powerful of the Seven Swordsmen of the Mist. Quite polite, but also more than a bit savage, and loves to fight. Wields Samehada, a sentient... thing whose resting state superficially resembles a sword, which it is wielded as by Kisame, and literally eats chakra. Kisame possesses absolutely enormous reserves of chakra, comparable to a Tailed Beast, and he is a considerable powerful Jonin, capable of easily trouncing most average Jonin and lower-tier Tailed-Beast Hosts, and could probably fight a Kage one-on-one and hold his own for a while before being overcome.

Kisame was one of the original members of Akatsuki; he joined when Madara Uchiha promised to help find a way to bring an end to the "world of lies" - the lies, betrayal, and backstabbing inherent in the shinobi world, which Kisame despised greatly. He engaged the 8-Tails' Host in battle, and actually defeated him... until the Host's brother, the Fourth Raikage intervened. A quick Subtitution technique with a Zetsu-made clone fooled the two into thinking they'd killed Kisame, who stowed away inside Samehada. Later, Kisame was discovered and emerged, and fought and was defeated by Might Guy. In the end, Kisame commited suicide so as to prevent the "heroes" from extracting information on Madara from his mind, greatly impressing the Leaf shinobi with his dedication to duty and comrades.

Now, Kisame has been brought back by the Nomads, wielding a non-traitorous exact duplicate of Samehada and ready to rip his way through Challenges with his usual style.


  • Affably Evil: Very polite and soft-spoken. He can rip your fucking face off, but there's no reason to be rude about it.
  • Energy Absorption: Samehada can absorb/eat the chakra of anyone it touches, and of any technique that is launched through the air.
  • Everything's Even Worse with Sharks: Subverted; Kisame's one of the most friendly, affable, emotionally sound guys you could ever meet. Granted, he's also a little bloodthirsty and loves fighting, but that comes with growing up in the "Bloody Mist".
  • Genius Bruiser: Very quick to pick up on weaknesses, and has shown a decided knack for quick yet highly successful plans.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Of the "hard-hitting big guy who moves much faster than his size suggests" variety.
  • Making a Splash: The most powerful Water Relase specialist since the 2nd Hokage.
  • Master Swordsman: And his swordsmanship skill isn't just limited to Samehada; he's rather handy with a katana if he has to be.
  • Only Sane Man: Amongst the Akatsuki. Between several Knights Templar; a bloodthirsty, sadistic Combat Sadomasochist; a miserly, psychotically violent fountain of Body Horror; an explosion-obsessed former mercenary; a man who loves turning corpses into puppets so much that he turned himself into one; and a cannibalistic Venus flytrap-man who is literally two people in one body, he generally comes off as this.
  • Papa Wolf: Goes absolutely apeshit when Saren murders Blink.

Natsu Dragneel

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Do not underestimate this lad when I say that he's got fire magic.

A typical Shōnen protagonist at heart, Natsu has a burning passion for his job. He was raised by the dragon Igneel to be the Dragon Slayer of Fire, which grants him immunity to flames, ability to use flames, and the ability to eat flames to regain stamina. He was abandoned seven years ago, on the date of July 7th 777. Natsu quests in order to find Igneel once again and find out what happened.

Natsu's magic revolves around the usage of fire that can spout from any part of his body, and gives him immunity to any type of flame and allows him to spew fire from his lungs. This fire is exceptionally strong - equivalent to a dragon's fire - being able to burn even through metal. He can even tame intensify flames that engulf his body to create a propulsive effect.


  • Berserk Button: Badmouth Fairy Tail, and you get a fistful of fire in your face.

Vezon

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"You haven't truly lived until you have seen the world through the eyes of madness."

Vezon was created when the Spear of Fusion divided a Dark Hunter called Vezok into two beings. He became an unofficial Piraka and Dark Hunter, and guardian of the Kanohi Ignika, fused to a Rahi named Fenrakk. He later became a member of an Order of Mata Nui strike team led by Brutaka, and was also used by the Order of Mata Nui on a mission to Destral during the Destiny War. He was later mutated by energized protodermis into a living dimensional doorway, constantly creating and falling into dimensional gates.

Like the other Piraka, Vezon had a vision power (the ability to see into the future limitedly) and a physical attribute power (the ability to absorb kinetic energy, making him stronger every time he gave or received a physical blow). Vezon also carried the Spear of Fusion, which could merge or split beings, though it could not separate him and Fenrakk because "the Ignika wouldn't like that".

When Vezon was exposed to energized protodermis, his body fused with the Olmak, a Mask of Dimensional Gates. This at last gave Vezon a power of his own: he became a walking dimensional doorway, constantly creating a portal to an alternate universe and being sucked into it. His entrance into the games was punctuated by an exit through one such portal.


The Black Stig

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Quite the mysterious guy, isn't he?

The Black Stig was introduced in the first episode of Top Gear's 2002 series by Jeremy Clarkson as the resident test driver, as the presenters could not consistently post fast times themselves in driving the various cars. When asked about the Black Stig, Clarkson mentioned that "we don't know its name, we really don't know its name, nobody knows its name, and we don't wanna know, cause it's a racing driver." He then described The Black Stig as having a very small brain, who had worthless opinions, a disorder described by Clarkson as "Mansell Syndrome".

The Black Stig can speak, but places an accent to hide his identity. As a result, some people assumed that he was of French background for a short time. Regardless, the Black Stig works hard to keep his identity a secret.

He is an expert in driving and handling all types of vehicles, though the Black Stig is proficient in driving any kind of racing cars since it's his forte. He was brought to the Common Room alongside the G4 Trainer and CWO3 Michael Durant to assist the Champions in vehicle driving tactics to get ready in handling vehicles that could appear in challenges.

The British driver/LMG handler died in the midst of being assisted by the Vortigaunts by a Militantiary sniper.


Galen Marek

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Galen Marek is a human male taken as a secret apprentice by Darth Vader from his father, a Jedi named Kento Marek, on Kashyyyk during the Great Jedi Purge. For years, the Dark Lord trained him, under the codename Starkiller, in dark side arts and to eliminate his enemies, including Jedi who survived Order 66. Marek was told that he would ultimately assist in overthrowing Vader's own Master, Darth Sidious, Emperor of the Galactic Empire. In reality, Vader and Palpatine only planned to use him to root out those who rebelled against the Empire.

Darth Sidious appeared and ordered Vader to kill the apprentice. In apparent submission, Vader telekinetically hurled him through the viewing windows, into open space. Vader secretly recovered his body and had him "resurrected" six months later on the science vessel Empirical, during which time he was known as Subject Zeta or Subject 1138.

Galen Marek is an incredibly skilled lightsaber duelist and powerful in the Force. Darth Sidious believed that he had the potential to become as powerful as Sidious himself. Marek is highly skilled at using the Force in combat, often relying on Force-enhanced acrobatics to back up his lightsaber skills. His proficiency with telekinesis is incredible, as he frequently utilizes it in combat, tearing up the battlefield with kinetic blasts and Force-throws. He also has the ability to use Force Lightning.


  • Heroic Sacrifice: He was grievously injured when he defended Rey from a lighting bolt of Omega's; he died from his wound.
  • Laser Blade: The lightsaber he uses.
  • Not Quite Dead: Has manifested as a Force Ghost in order to give his lightsaber to Lux; he has also told Link that they shall meet again.
  • Reverse Grip: How he holds his lightsaber, due to his version of Sith Shien.

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