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The group consisting of character from various science-fiction media who interact with science and technology ranging from androids to cyborgs and individuals who fight using technology-based weapons, equipment and techniques. The party is informally known as the The Salubrious Society Of Scientific Sensationalists.

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     BB Hood 

BB Hood, played by GameGuruGG

    Bigrench 

Mekboss Gundakka Bigrench, played by Chabal2

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Where's da gubbinz wut need fiksin'?

As a Blood Axe ork, Bigrench cares not from where his next payment of teef, weapons and mechanical parts comes from, and does the job the only way orks know how: with lots of noise and explosions. Bigrench lives only to create ever more destructive weapons and vehicles, and is at his happiest when his latest creation is devastating the battlefield, making more noise than an Ogryn celebration in the process. His greatest ambition is of creating the single most destructive contraption known to ork-kind, and takes on jobs wherever they may be in the hopes of amassing enough weapons for this purpose. He is fascinated by the concept of machine spirits (or AIs) and often wonders how he could make his creations work by themselves.

Bigrench is small for an ork leader at a mere eight feet tall, but is as 'ard as any boy. He wears a large groxleather apron festooned with metal plates and bits, heavy steel-capped boots and has a bionik eye after losing the other by checking if a shoota was loaded.

     Donatello 

Donatello, played by Da Big Bean

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"That's incredibly stupid! Or brilliant...Or both."

Donatello (Don or Donnie) is a fictional character and one of the four main characters in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comics and all related media, he sports a purple bandanna outside the Mirage/Image Comics. His signature weapon is the Bo Staff. He is the third oldest in the turtle family. In all media he is depicted as the most knowledgeable of the four turtles, often speaking in so called "technobabble" with a natural aptitude for science and technology. He is named after the Italian Renaissance painter and sculptor Donatello di Niccolò di Betto Bardi.

Donatello is typically the calm, logical Turtle. He is often in good terms with all his brothers and seems to be very close to Michelangelo. His favorite music is classical & classical rock, his favorite book is A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking. Donnie is described as the "brain" of the TMNT, he is fairly studious and industrious, and a reasonable "Mr. Fix-It". Donatello has a knack for inventing cool new gadgets and machines. He is considered the most reserved out of the four turtles. He would rather talk things out than fight and uses violence as a last resort. Though he is often portrayed as being more focused on his studies than ninjutsu training, Donatello has shown himself to be a very capable fighter, in particular, when he is in a life-or-death situation. He can set up plans as quickly as Leonardo, if necessary, though they usually centre around one of his inventions or something else that would bar Leonardo from knowing the ins and outs of the plan in question. It is presumably for this reason that Donatello is often viewed as the level-headed second to Leonardo's command.

Donatello has attained a mastery Ninjutsu and stealth due to his ninjutsu training. The mutagen coupled with his training has also given him near super human level skill, speed, agility and strength. He is also a stickjutsu and kobudo master. Donatello has also shown some impressive signs of physical strength; however, his greatest power is his genius-level intellect. He was stated to have an IQ of 637 in the 2k3 series, and has shown mastery in various fields of science.

     Icarax 

Makuta Icarax, played by biomechtraveler

Makuta Icarax; self proclaimed master of Shadows, arrogant warlord, feared warrior. Somehow has once again ended up a Nomad's toy. This is not the same Icarax involved with the challenges a year. However he is Icarax- the same arrogant conceited Makuta who fears little and cares about even less. Nabbed during his teleportation to Karda-nui and deposited into the hellish world of Comorragh, he meets his would be team members in less than ideal conditions.

  • Token Evil Teammate: Usurps the role from Seiga; while Seiga might be uncaring, Icarax willingly admits that he is 'evil' in their standards. Not that he particulalry cares for it. He's been that way for centuries and does not plan on changing anytime soon.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Ooh boy. Team members? kill them for blocking his way! Does he care to find out why they want his help? not particularly. Necrons, the most feared warriors in Warhammer? Charge! they can't be too tough.
  • Mask of Power: He wears one; stolen from Teridax.
  • Berserk Button: Since no one has called him a coward yet, no one knows.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Team magic has yet to learn why.
    Jack Cayman 

Jack Cayman, played by Ud The Imp

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This man's looking to kill some bad guys.

A mechanic and former marine with his primary weapon as a retractable chainsaw equipped to his right arm. Jack is the protagonist and player character of 'MadWorld. He's the star of Mad World, the man with the chainsaw on his arm, the cigarette in his mouth, and the biggest swagger to hit Jefferson Island in years. Jack arrives on the scene in Varrigan City without a sponsor, a reputation, and with no obvious reason for being there, aside from the hundred-million-dollar prize that’s up for grabs.

Jack has a great number of skills, that range from weapons that have a great resource to a impenetrable brute strength. He has a cyborg arm attached to his shoulder, with two chainsaw blades coming from the front. He is also very fast and can take down somebody from a great distance with projectile weapons.

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    Sky Tate 

Sky Tate, played by Ominae

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His real name is Schuyler Tate, but prefers to be called Sky. A top officer cadet at the SPD main academy located in the recently made city of Newtech, Sky was one of the top cadets, in part because of his deceased father who was killed in the line of duty years ago. Because of this, Sky's pride tends to make him a bit stubborn when he was selected to be the Blue Ranger and not the Red Ranger since it was his aspired position once he is fully commissioned as an official SPD police officer. But thanks to the disappearance of the SPD's A-Squad while trying to repel a Troobian invasion force, Commander Doggie Cruger had no choice but to fully recognize B-Squad as an official SPD unit. During his work with Jack and Z, the two drifters who agreed to be recruited to the SPD, Sky began to work with them without any animosity since he understood that he doesn't need to be the top cadet to do good work like his late father.

Thanks to an experiment where his parents were involved, Sky has the ability to use force fields to protect himself from all sides. In addition, Sky is trained to handle all known SPD-issued weapons and equipment, including the use of the Delta Morpher and the Delta Runner 2 and SWAT Flyer 2 vehicles.

     Urza Planeswalker 

Urza Planeswalker, played by RedCedar

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"Change is the essence of magic."
Art by coupleofkooks.

One of the oldest and most powerful planeswalkers in the multiverse, the artificer Urza was first seen as a mortal in the Antiquities expansion, where he fought a bitter war against his fellow artificer and brother, Mishra. The disastrous war eventually led to the destruction of most of the continent, Mishra's death, Urza's ascension (after detonating the Golgothian Sylex, annihilating most of a continent and starting a millennia-long ice age), and the release of the lock that was keeping Phyrexia sealed away from Dominaria.

Urza, recognizing the threat of Phyrexia and blaming them for the corruption and death of his brother, began a crusade to purge them from the multiverse. His campaign spanned millennia, eventually culminating in the Weatherlight saga and the Dominarian Apocalypse.

  • Anti-Hero: He causes multiple cataclysmic magical disasters that completely destroy major landmasses, creates a eugenics program to breed super-soldiers, and is an overall Manipulative Bastard who gets regular What the Hell, Hero? moments. If Yawgmoth hadn't been set as the villain from the beginning, he could be the Villain Protagonist.
  • Arch-Nemesis: First Mishra, and then Yawgmoth.
  • Badass Boast: Gives one to the Dark Eldar emissary in Commoragh, and was one of the few moments where he's showed excessive emotion since the Seekers met him.
  • Big Good: In the sense of leading the good guys, at least. Urza was not a nice man.
  • Blind Seer: Used as a disguise.
  • Cain and Abel: The conflict with his brother Mishra got a little out of control. To the point of escalating into a world-shattering conflict called the Brothers War. When people remember and curse both their names four or five thousand years later, you know things went too far.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Oh, does he ever have one.
  • Dimensional Traveler: Planeswalkers can 'walk between planes fairly easily, at least before the Mending. Urza can't do that just now, though, and suspects the Seekers' host is responsible.
  • Face–Heel Turn: He betrays his fellow planeswalkers and gives in to Yawgmoth once he has reached Phyrexia.
  • Forgets to Eat: Well, technically he doesn't need to eat, given how planeswalkers work. But it's indicative of how he ignores other mortal habits and is all the more inhuman for it.
  • He Who Fights Monsters: "As the invasion drew closer, Urza's means began to resemble Phyrexia's end."
  • His Story Repeats Itself: His life has been a vicious cycle of 'make mistake, try and fix it, in the process make another, worse mistake, wash, rinse, repeat.'
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Gerrard, the warrior he has bred to fight Yawgmoth, beheads him in the Phyrexian Arena.
  • Intelligence Equals Isolation: Played with a little bit. Urza was the most brilliant artificer of his age and most of those following, and had next to no social skills and no real friends. The playing comes in in that he eventually realizes this and goes to some effort to keep at least one friend around to act as the voice of sanity and reason.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: While what he did to save Dominaria was awful and millions died anyway, he did save it...more or less. In the challenges, he tends to be the one to either point out or try and take the most direct way of winning, since they are trying to avert multiversal Armageddon and it's hard to argue with the point that the multiverse being alive to condemn him is better than the alternative.
  • Losing Your Head: His planeswalker powers mean that he can be beheaded and survive. His disembodied head can later be spotted relaxing in a hot tub in the non-canonical Unhinged expansion.
  • Luke Nounverber: He's occasionally referred to as "Urza Planeswalker." This crosses over with Species Surname when you take into consideration that before the Mending, "Planeswalker" was less of a job description and more of an actual race.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: A poster boy.
  • Not Distracted by the Sexy: As a young mortal man, Urza was working in a little artificer's shop when the most beautiful woman in the world, the princess of the realm he was in, walked in, and, wanting to have a little fun, tried flirting with him. He never even glanced up from fixing the music box she wanted repaired. This attitude has never changed ever since. Urza's first and only love has always been his artifacts.
  • Not That Kind of Mage: When one of the Seekers is badly injured in Commoragh, he reluctantly admits to the group that while he had access to powerful healing magic, he isn't skilled with it and might just pop the guy's head off if he stuffs too much healing energy into him. Of course, he has to try anyway.
  • Not So Different: From Yawgmoth, after all.
  • Older Than They Look: About four thousand years old and counting, but doesn't look a day past sixty or seventy, most of the time.
  • Reformed, but Rejected: Subverted in the case of his oldest friends, who have only seen him working to save his home. But though he has tried to be better sometimes, the vast majority of his home plane remembers him and his brother as the legendary monsters who destroyed the world.
  • Replacement Goldfish: Seems to be looking among the Seekers of Team Science for the one person that he can consider a friend. Hasn't found one yet.
  • Swiss Army Weapon: Any weapon that he builds. He usually keeps things down to a single main function, but as long as there's space to add other things, why not use it? His staff is probably the best example at this point, it's been shown to do several different things.
  • Tranquil Fury: When confronted by Dark Eldar bio-mechanical constructs, he decides that they are this universe's incarnation of Phyrexia and goes into this state distressingly quickly.
  • We Can Rule Together: When Yawgmoth asks him what is his greatest desire, Urza answers that he wants to sit next to him and benefit from his knowledge and power.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: He may be a dick to everyone, including his allies, but at least his efforts go towards stopping Yawgmoth. That is, until he reaches Phyrexia.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Urza gets called out at least Once an Episode.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity
  • You Are What You Hate: He explicitly compares destroying Phyrexia to burning a library and repeatedly admires their feats of engineering. If it weren't for the whole fusing-of-flesh-and-metal thing, called 'compleation' in-universe, and their causing of his falling out with his brother, he would probably have joined them from the beginning.

     Gavrill Madaraki 

Gavrill Madaraki, played by Vox

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Gavrill is Fran Madaraki's older sister. Gavrill has the appearance of a woman in her twenties with wild unkempt blonde hair, a large stitch line going across the middle of her face, and black leather clothing adorned with various arm and leg braces she (presumably) wears as accessories. Gavrill is what Fran calls a "Transformer", her entire Skeletal, muscular, organ, and Nervous system have been partitioned into many smaller divisions so that she can consciously control them, which grants her the ability to shape her body into whatever suits her needs. Her primary combat form is a humanoid wolf (giving her the nickname Gavrill the Wolf). However, Fran says that transformations require great amount of willpower. As a result, the Professor has abandoned the practice due to the danger that comes with it, that is if the subject's will is not strong enough.

Gavrill is known for her sadistic ways, showing barely more care for her own allies and servants than her foes. Brutal, cruel and hateful, Gavrill is a creature of spite and malice. The only things she seems to enjoy are fighting, killing, eating, and doing all she can to ensure the lives of those around her are as miserable as possible. On a more personal level she is vulgar, obnoxious, rude and foulmouthed, according little semblance of friendship, kindness or respect to anyone around her.

     Kara/Supergirl 

Kara Zor-El/Supergirl, played by RPGlegend

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Kara is an optimistic, friendly, loyal cheerful playful if a bit insecure teenager. While Kara is far from being as morally right as Mary Marvel or both of her cousins. She strives to be as great as superman, her cousin, one day, and become not just a hero but a symbol of hope.

     Nitori Kawashiro 

Kawashiro Nitori, played by joergenjetsam

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A Kappa.

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     Elec Man 

A power-management Robot Master built by Doctor Thomas Light. Once reprogrammed by Dr. Wily for evil, DLN-008 is once more a force for justice, leading his brothers into battle as the "Light Brigade".

Dragged into the hunt for Sifuri out of the Timey-Wimey Ball caused by the Genesis Wave.

Ex-Members

     Akashi Kaoru 

Akashi Kaoru, played by Anno R

     Blackcat 

Eve, played by JustSomeGuy732

Eve, from the anime adaptation of Black Cat, is originally an experimentation project owned by Torneo and later on revealed to serve as an important catalyst for 'Project Eden'. With her adventures finally coming to an end, she had almost retired herself to lead a regular life as an ordinary girl upon Sven's request... but not before being plucked suddenly into the Science Team. Having particularly no choice but to go along with it, she decided that this'll be her one last adventure; thus using this opportunity to learn all she could about the multiverse.

     Dalec Sec 

Dalek Sec, played by Geek Code Red

Dalek Sec was the leader of the cult and of the Dalek attack during the Battle of Canary Wharf against the Cybermen. His original casing was black instead of the golden colour traditional Daleks had. He showed his leadership by communicating to the enemy, namely, Rose Tyler, Cybermen and The Doctor, and commanding the other three Daleks. Because there were only four Daleks outside the void, Sec fought alongside the other Cult members against the enemy, and kept checking the status of the Genesis Ark. However, as soon as the Ark was 'primed' Sec escaped the Torchwood tower with the Ark, to command the entire army of Daleks from the sky whilst keeping a close watch on the Ark. Because the Cyberman Army and the Void Ship containing the Cult, the Genesis Ark, and the Dalek Army within had travelled through the void, they had all picked up 'void stuff' which, when the Doctor reversed the flow of the radiation, sucked both armies, the Genesis Ark and the Void Ship back into the Void. Dalek Sec and the Cult were able to escape the slaughter by initiating an Emergency Temporal Shift.He had served in the Dalek forces in fighting against the Mechanoids before the Dalek Sec later fought in the Last Great Time War. Prior to that, he met with the Dalek Emperor and was placed in charge of the cult. Later on, he and the rest of the Cult of Skaro were displaced in 1930s New York when they initiated a temporal shift after an encounter with the 10th Doctor. During this time, the Dalek Sec began experiments while using humans in order to revive the entire Dalek race before he began an experiment himself to blend Daleks with humans.

Now a Dalek-Human hybrid, he retains his intellect, but has lost his tank-like casing. On the plus side, he is much more agile, has emotions now, and is a smaller target.

This is not his first time fighting alongside people from across the multiverse, as he had been in Twilight Of The Gods prior. He escaped of his own accord.

    David Mason 

David "Section" Mason, played by GeekCodeRed

    Denzel Q. Crocker 

Denzel Q. Crocker, played by Stratofarius

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Denzel_Crocker.gifDenzel Quincy Crocker, a.k.a. Mr. Crocker , is a gray skinned, hunchbacked man (with ears on his neck), Timmy's 40-year old fairy-obsessed teacher, and the second main antagonist in The Fairly OddParents. At the beginning of the series Crocker is notably more fair and less fairy-obsessed. He is often depicted as a seemingly insane person. He correctly suspects that Timmy has fairy godparents of his own, and is often able to tell what Timmy has wished for by the smallest, most irrelevant clue. His unshakable belief in fairy godparents leads to his being viewed as mentally ill by other adults. Whenever he mentions fairies, (mostly shouting "Fairy godparents!") he spasms uncontrollably, which has been a running gag and occasionally causes him to be injured. Crocker thoroughly enjoys giving Timmy F's on all his class assignments, and often does so even when Timmy is correct just to get pleasure out of it.

     Eiji Takaoka 

Eiji Takaoka, played by Orichalcon

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Eiji Takaoka is the descendant of the Takaoka Clan, a clan of demon hunters responsible for sealing away the Ashu Tribe. However, Eiji himself is half-Ashu due to the forbidden love between his human father and Ashu mother. He fought as Bouken Silver with the Go Go Sentai Boukenger, but just before the final battle against Gajah, he was pulled into a new Sentai… Eiji is very resourceful, and takes his summoning into stride. Despite his loner proclivities and with his arrogant attitude sometimes, he is eager to help out the team from time to time after defeating Gajah for good. Eiji acts most of the time in a monk-like manner.

Eiji has access to the Sagasniper, which is Bouken Silver's main weapon. It consists of three modes including Sagasniper for ranged combat, Sagaspear for melée combat, and the metal detector-like Sagasu Mode. He also has access to the GoGo Fire, GoGo Aider and the GoGo Police.

  • Cool Car - The Go Go Fire
  • The Heart - Manages to somewhat diffuse tensions between the team, plus has consistently been the one with the solution to the majority of the party's problems

     Eve 

Eve, played by Grey Star

    Flere-Imsaho 

Flere-Imsaho, played by desdendelle

Flere-Imsaho is a 2.0 Value Special Circumstances drone. Originally, it was the game-player Gurgeh's minder when he went to the Empire of Azad; it was deeply involved in the scheme to bring him to play that game in the first place. After the collapse of the Empire, it returned to the Culture with Gurgeh; it returned to its home G S V, and was picked up to be a part of the team shortly afterwards.
  • Deflector Shields: Fields.
  • Lawful Neutral: Seems so.
  • Nanomachines: It can use some. Also, some of its missiles are 'nanomissiles' for a reason: they are about a millimetre long.
  • Overly Long Name: Sprant Flere-Imsaho Wu-Handrahen Xato Trabiti. Most of it is just nomenclature, and it goes by Flere-Imsaho most of the time.
  • Put on a Bus: It was Displaced away by its parent G S V in the middle of the Neon Tiger mission.
  • Sliding Scale of Robot Intelligence: Level four; being a 2.0 Value drone means that it is about as twice as intelligent as the normal human.

     Freakazoid 

    Megaman X 

Axl, played by Flanker66

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Don't mess with this Reploid.

A former agent of the defunct bounty hunting organisation Red Alert, Axl was initially a loyal member, being brought up by its' leader, Red, who treated him like a son. However, he eventually changed allegiance to the Maverick Hunters after Red Alert began to go after innocents, and helped to bring down Sigma alongside X and Zero, his heroes. He doesn't know much about his past, aside from the fact that he is a prototype New Generation Reploid, whom can use Copy Chips to copy abilities. Since the defeat of Red Alert and Sigma, he has worked with X and Zero on many a mission. For now he's trying to figure out who he is.

Axl is headstrong, happy go lucky, and a bit of an adrenaline junky. He is, however, still a hero, fighting for justice.

Axl is the prototype of the next generation of reploid evolution. He has a special ability called Copy Shot, which allows him to disguise himself as certain non-boss enemies; in the games that it's featured in (particularly in Mega Man X8), these transformations can be used to solve puzzles. Following the trend started by his partners X and Zero, Axl can upgrade his armor to improve his abilities. In Command Mission, his Hyper Mode allows him to turn invisible and become invulnerable while it lasts. Like most Hyper Modes, however, this is only temporary.

  • Anime Hair - Axl has that.
  • Good Scars - Oddly for a robot, he has an X scar across his face which may or may not be self inflicted.
  • Jet Pack - Built into his legs.
  • Lightning Bruiser - Has decent survivability, while still being exceptionally fast.
  • Mega Manning - He can transform his whole self into any robot he encounters.
  • "X" Marks the Hero - It's on his face. The only thing is no one knows where they came from or who inflicted it on Axl.

    robotboy 

Robotboy, played by Vox

  • I Work Alone: Has expressed views to this end, at least in terms of creating a solid leadership structure for the team.
  • Only Sane Man: At least, when compared to the vast majority of the cast.
     Samuel- 034 

Samuel-034, played by Alleydodger

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The only time you can see his face. Without his SPARTAN-II gear.

Petty Officer Second Class Samuel-034 was a SPARTAN-II super soldier of the UNSC Naval Special Warfare Group Section III. Sam was abducted by the UNSC in 2517 at around the age of six. He was then replaced with a Flash Clone and sent to Reach to train with the other Spartans under the watchful eyes of Chief Petty Officer Franklin Mendez and Déjà, the Spartans' "teacher". Sam later trained with his fellow Spartans at the Military Wilderness Training Preserve helping John, Kelly, Fhajad-084 and Linda-058 overcome a squad of UNSC Marine Infantryman and commandeer their Pelican Dropship. John was subsequently promoted to squad leader after the mission. After his Spartan Augmentations at the ONI Medical Facility station, Sam was the fastest to recover, and was in exceptional health. He later attended a military funeral on the UNSC Atlas for those Spartans who died during the augmentation process. Later, the Spartans then returned to Reach for their final training phase in the Highland Mountains. He later gets involved in the Human-Covenant War.

Samuel was considered to be the strongest of the first class of Spartan II's. According to John-117, he had the best eyes and ears of all of his subordinates. He is also said to be one head taller than John-117, making him one of the larger Spartans, and was the fastest to recover from the augmentation. He had a tan complexion with sandy blond hair and green eyes. Sam did not display the same great leadership qualities as John or Frederic did, but he did act as John's second in command throughout the duration of his Naval career. At times Sam also displayed some ruthlessness, such as detonating a C-12 shaped charge on a Rebel base, despite the obvious civilian casualties that would be involved. Also, he appeared more sociable and had a bigger sense of humor than the other Spartans.

     Sannomiya Shiho 
     Spiderman 

Spider-Man, played by Fusionman

     Suzaku Kururgi 

Suzaku Kururugi, played by Reven Vrake

The rival and "best friend" of Lelouch. Suzaku is a rather controversial character. Instead of following Lelouch's ideals to crush Britannia to save Japan, Suzaku opted to "change Britannia from the inside, to help Japan, " and he is willing to crush Japanese freedom fighters and terrorists in order to achieve this (even those that share his ultimate goals, such as the Kyoto Group). Speaking of that, he got chosen to pilot the Humongous Mecha Lancelot, which enables him to do lots of otherwise-impossible physical feats. He often tells people that "results obtained using the wrong means are meaningless, " which means he opposes Zero for using terrorism to achieve his ends, but this is actually a result of the fact that he killed his father, former Japanese Prime Minister Genbu Kururugi, to end Japanese resistance to the Britannian invasion, which has made him hate himself greatly and try to atone by attempting to get himself killed in battle.Later, he finds love in Princess Euphemia li Britannia, and got picked as her Knight, nonetheless. But after a certain incident that made him lose her very cruelly and messily, he blamed Zero for it and became more "honest", showing more brutality and less restraint. Even after the revelation that Zero is Lelouch, Suzaku did not falter and turned against his best friend

  • Cursed with Awesome - Lelouch's Live Command forces Suzaku to stay alive at all costs, often pushing his abilities firmly into the superhuman range
  • Dual Wielding - Mecha version
  • Mini-Mecha - The Lancelot is only 4.5 meters tall

     Sherlock Holmes 
     Quote 

Quote, played by Masked And Dangerous

An elite scout robot, Quote was sent to the Floating Island with his companion Curly Brace to defeat the wielder of the Demon Crown and to destroy said artifact. The resulting battle resulted in the death of the Crown's wielder, but also left Quote and Curly heavily damaged. He awoke ten years later with amnesia, when the Crown had a new wielder, known as The Doctor. With the help of Curly and the island's inhabitants, Quote defeated the Doctor, and destroyed the dark wizard Ballos, the source of the Demon Crown's power.

Quote is generally silent, but he is surprisingly deep in his thoughts. His skill in combat is unmatched, able to use almost any ranged weapon with little to no practice. He is noted for the ability to carry ridiculous amounts of equipment, and his ability to jump three times his own (admittedly dimuniative) height.

    Toybox Girl 

Toybox Girl, played by Stephen Raiken

With the ongoing Union wars against the BRD and DOS Unions, new bots are in constant demand. Toybox Girl Beta was created to fit within the three bot command that consisted of a modified Aqulia and the original Tristar. While this commando is aligned with the WIZ Union it often seeks out and does other jobs to earn more UC for upgrades. They trained hard and fought many practice battles in her first week of life to prepare her. Then they served in the Union Wars, the team winning key battles on two different planets. However things took a turn for the worse as they were ambushed by the Chaos Union while on the giant planet Arcantus. Tristar fought hard in front with Aqulia in the air blasting enemy after enemy. Toybox Girl was far back and away from the action as usual, shooting cruise missile after cruise missle into the fray. When things seemed almost over, several Chaos Hipporoids teleported in. They imediately swung their deadly swords and destroyed Tristar. Toybox Girl held still and aimed, firing her full barrage of missiles supporting Aqulia's Stardust Cannon, taking out one of them but the other two were going straight for her. Aquila came down from the sky and landed in front of her. "Stand Back!" He braced and aimed all of his onboard weapons and began an Alpha Strike. An impressive sight, few things manage to survive the full assault of an Aqulia's Alpha Strike with all of his weapons firing nonstop. It ripped through the first and damaged the second but it dashed forward into the barrage, cutting him in half. Enraged, Toybox Girl cried out and attacked again, finishing off the last. But she was now alone in her commando. In the following weeks she grieved for her lost comrades who were the only people she really knew in this world. Then she threw herself back into battles in the united battles of the unions against the Chaos. She made a name for herself in her lone commando in the countless battles.

Having worked through her grief, she looked at the things she'd done and while it was all well and good she wanted to do something more. She found another team to join which included Shaden and Ivis. An interesting Duo that normally fought as a Duo, the huge Shaden who could stay in flight for an extended amount of time rained blue death from above and took a lot of abuse while Ivis took that opportunity to make her way to the back lines with her stealth capabilities. There she would take out the artillery bots who could hurt Shaden the most and then it was easy pickings for Shaden. What they lacked, however, was a capable artillery bot to shoot down the smaller, faster air bots. One that could maneuver well and fight solo, as Ivis would not be there to help. Toybox Girl Beta fought well with the first mission they fought together, but she didn't know she was about to be pulled away from it all..

     Yumemi Okazaki 

Yumemi Okazaki, played by Moerin

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A "radical" scientist, child prodigy and former college professor of comparative physics from an alternate Earth where a grand unified theory has been established. Yumemi's promising career came to a screeching halt when she published her infamous thesis, "The Non-Unified Magic World", which posited that the theory was incomplete due to overlooking the existence of magic. Laughed out of the scientific community, she swore she'd prove them all wrong and, using a stolen Probability Space Hypervessel, somehow made her way to the land of Gensokyo in order to find irrefutable proof that she was right all along. After some... Resistance from the locals, she eventually left with what she thought was enough data to back up her claims... Only to find herself once more a laughing stock and, even worse, seen as a criminal for not only stealing the PSHV, but for losing a valuable robot maid and having an ICBM stolen by who-knows-what. Luckily for her, she was called away to the challenge during her trail, appearing with the Science Team soon after the end of the first challenge.

    Zeratul 

Zeratul, played by Voids Empathy

A secluded type, Zeratul ususally speaks in riddles to dissuade anyone from obtaining info from his homeworld Aiur. Unfortunately, because of the Overmind's Vision, the last of his kind, as well as the Terran and Zerg, are gone because of the ominous Dark Voice. Not much else is known is about him as he prefers to keep his past a secret.

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