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    Elvira Cortez/Finley Irving's Characters 

Other Family

Cessy Cortez

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Elvira's older sister and also an Organization member. Currently investigating a stolen weapon.


  • Determinator: Totally determined to solve the case of the missing superweapon.
  • New Meat: To the Secret Organization, and yet, she's on a very important case. Turns out it was given to her because she was the only person around at the time.
  • She's Got Legs: She has long, slender legs in the reference image.

Friends/Enemies

Skye

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An older woman that used Finley for experimentation.


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    Asha Foggale's Characters 

Friends

Goldenrod/Kitty

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Goldenrod the cat 

A cat. Just a cat. Just a regular old cat. Definitely not a shapeshifter or anything.


    Simon Gilios' Characters 

Parents

Marta

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Simon's mother. A very proper and refined woman who is very no nonsense about what goes down in her household.


Other Family

Ceana

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Simon's sister, who just wants the best for her brother.


  • Cheerful Child: A very optimistic woman.
  • Muggle: Like the rest of her family. She also lacks Sight.
  • Nice Girl: Overall a very nice person, if a little naive on what's the best for her brother.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Advised Simon to go to a mental facility because he kept "seeing things". In reality, he was just Seeing where she was Blind, and the resulting treatment completely trashed his mental state.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair goes down to her waist.

    Scarlett Heyne's Characters 

Parents

Dad

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Scarlett's blood father, passed away.


  • Back from the Dead: Scarlett's plan appears to be to bring him back from the dead via paint magic and being the actual ruler of Hell. Though this got dashed.
  • Death by Origin Story: Killed in a car crash years and years before.
  • Good Parents: Apparently a good father before he died.
  • Precious Photo: Scarlett painted a portrait of him and carries it around. It seems she was intending to use the portrait, and her magic skills with art, to bring back to life through it.
  • Unnamed Parent: Just referred to as Dad.

Mom

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Scarlett's blood mother. She remarried in order to keep her and her daughter's lifestyle, but the price was quite heavy.


  • Domestic Abuse: When Scarlett isn't home, her stepfather turns on her mother.
  • Good Parents: A good mother, willing to put up with a lot to keep her and her daughter financially secure.
  • Muggle: She's a mundane, and learns about the magick world through Scarlett.

Father

Scarlett's stepfather. Scarlett's mother remarried after her father died, but...


  • Abusive Dad: Takes a lot of anger out on Scarlett, and also blames her for many of his business deals going south.
  • Abusive Parents: Physically and emotionally abusive towards both Scarlett and her mother, but it's difficult to tell that from the outside.
  • Affably Evil: Sort of. He puts up an act of being very warm and welcoming, but it comes down when they're alone.
  • Death by Falling Over: Scarlett pulled him over a staircase railing and died along with him. The only difference is she expected to come back.
  • Domestic Abuse: Primarily against Scarlett, but according to her, against her mother as well when she isn't around.
  • Staircase Tumble: Dragged over the edge of a staircase to his doom.
  • Stepford Smiler: A very polite man around others, to the point that you wouldn't expect the same man to be the one abusing his wife and stepdaughter at home.
  • Unnamed Parent: His name is never revealed. He's just known as the stepfather.

Friends

Andrea

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The maid for the Heynes and a major part of Scarlett's support system at home.


  • Boyish Short Hair: Keeps her hair short, around her shoulders. It's a little longer straightened out, but she doesn't do that very often.
  • Kindly Housekeeper: Very polite and really does want the best for Scarlett.
  • Muggle: Everything she knows about the magick world, she learned from Scarlett.

Charlie

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The chef for the Heynes and a major part of Scarlett's support system at home. A huge showoff.


  • Cool Big Bro: He acts much more like an older brother than an employee of the house.
  • Muggle: Everything he knows about the magic world, he learned from Scarlett.
  • Supreme Chef: Cooks all the Heynes' meals. The supreme master of the kitchen. (And yes, he's asked to be referred to as such.)

Enemies

Lucifer

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Yes, you're reading this correctly. The ruler of Hell himself.


  • Affably Evil: A very polite guy, but it's very clear that losing the Deeds to Scarlett is angering him more than he's letting on.
  • Chess with Death: The game Scarlett has been playing with him. If she wins, she gets her hands on all Nine Circles of Hell. If she loses... well. He won.
  • Circles of Hell: Rules over all nine. Well, he used to, anyway. He never actually handed them over to Scarlett; he just made her think he did.
  • A Form You Are Comfortable With: With the kids, at least, he takes the form of a man in his early thirties. Except with red skin. And horns. And a tail.
  • The Gambler: Quite fond of playing games - it's how Scarlett got her hands on the first Circle Deed in the first place.
  • Graceful Loser: When A-Team beat him in the game for Limbo, he gave up the Deed willingly. One wonders what games he's playing.
  • Manipulative Bastard: He's clearly a bad influence on Scarlett, but Scarlett refuses to admit it. As it turns out, he's been manipulating her actions all the while. The Circle Deeds were fake, and he convinced her that she was not only the queen of Hell, but she also got all the powers attached to the position, such as immortality.
  • Mismatched Eyes: One white with a white sclera, and the other red with a black sclera.
  • Obviously Evil: He's the Devil. He's the DEVIL. YOU DON'T GET ANY MORE EVIL THAN THE DEVIL HIMSELF.
  • Older Than They Look: The form he takes looks young, but he's probably older than even Carrmin.
  • Satan: No, literally. This is literally Satan.
  • Smoking Is Cool: Probably the reason he smokes, considering he's an immortal demon that has no fear of dying from lung cancer.

Scarionette

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Scarlett's body, turned into Lucifer's personal plaything.


  • Overdrawn at the Blood Bank: Has a wound on her head from when Scarlett originally committed suicide.
  • Perpetual Smiler: Unable to stop smiling, which as Scarlett's body is kind of horrifying to see. Her face is clearly not built for the task, so the folds in the skin are disturbing.
  • Soulless Shell: Whatever Lucifer put in there probably doesn't have much of a soul.
  • Wound That Will Not Heal: Purposely invoked by Lucifer. Scarionette has a head wound left over from Scarlett launching herself over the stair railing that will never stop bleeding.

    Magnus Ironvein's Characters 

Parents

The Maker

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A mysterious alchemist that's seeking his "Magnum Opus".


  • Ax-Crazy: Put the remainder of Ice Cream Team and an SO squad through hell simply because it amused him.
  • The Bad Guy Wins: Sure, Ice Cream got Magnus's body back, but they lost his gem.

Friends

Mother

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Not Magnus's actual mother, obviously, more like his caretaker. She assisted in Ice Cream and SO Trio's escape from the Maker.


  • Big Damn Heroes: Went against her master and returned everyone's channelers.
  • Body Horror: Created from various parts of dead people.

Crescend

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A mysterious masked figure that appeared in Justus and is somehow connected to the Maker and Magnus. Turns out to be Magnus in a different body.


  • Badass Longcoat: A long, black coat.
  • Badass Normal: Implied with how they took out the Parvum without using magic, and was unable to Break the soul gems afterwards. And he went against Seth without magic, and actually beat the kid up pretty badly.

Enemies

The Parvum

Several homunculi gone horribly wrong.


  • Artificial Zombie: The Parvum are essentially stitched together body parts that have been given an alchemized soul.
  • Body of Bodies: Every Parvum is described differently. Some are more humanoid, while others resemble spiders... one's even been described to resemble a centipede with the amount of limbs it has.
  • Gem Heart: Homunculi souls are housed in their soul gems, located somewhere on their body.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Just about every Parvum encountered has multiple limbs.

    Potato Kartoffel's Characters 

Friends

Affe

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One of Potato's old associates. Burned to a crisp.


  • Adorkable: Next to Luce, Affe is a very funloving individual. Who also manages to piss off everyone within a ten foot radius.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: He may have his Adorkable tendencies, but Affe is not someone to go up against. They fended off several dwarves that tried to arrest Potato, after all.
  • Broken Tears: Sheds these upon learning that Luce is dead.

Luce

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One of Potato's old associates. Strong in a fight, and able to hold her own against the dwarves while breaking Axel out. Bludgeoned to death.


Axel

One of Potato's old associates. Recently broken out of prison. At a heavy, heavy price.


  • Badass in Distress: Was in jail, until food group broke him out.
  • The Driver: Drove the car during the getaway.
  • Jerkass: He really wasn't worth rescuing, considering he ditched the kids as soon as they got to Cabbage's place.

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    Bambi Liang's Characters 

Parents

Xiu Liang

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Bambi's mother. Whereabouts unknown.


  • Missing Mom: Disappeared for unknown reasons.
  • Parental Abandonment: Left Bambi at the bus stop and told her she'd be back. She never returned. And yet, she's somewhere. Shun claimed that Xiu had met with him the day before Ice Cream Team found him.

Other Family

Shun

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Bambi and Chang's godfather. Very bad at keeping up with the lingo of today.


Doll

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Shun's Creepy Doll that he uses to get around.


  • The Needless: Comes with being a golem. Doll doesn't need to sleep, eat, or breathe.
  • The Sleepless: It's a golem, so it doesn't need to sleep.
  • The Speechless: Shun didn't create it with vocal chords.

Friends

Pigolem/Chang Liang

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Pigolem 

Bambi's golem companion in the shape of a pig. Possessed by her dead younger brother, Chang.


  • Back from the Dead: Chang has possessed the keystone in the golem in order to continue watching over his sister.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Surprisingly snarky for a clay pig.
  • The Needless: Par for the course as a golem. Pigolem doesn't need to sleep, eat, or breathe.
  • Soul Jar: Not actually a true golem - Pigolem is possessed by Chang, Bambi's dead younger brother.
  • The Speechless: Can't speak, so he communicates with dirt.

An

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Bambi's mentor.


  • The Mentor: To Bambi. The person Bambi trusts most over everyone else.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Wears their hair over one side of their face.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Receives one of this from Ziza and Ty about their abandoning Bambi despite knowing where she was the entire time.

Fa

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Childhood friends of Fa and Xiu.


Enemies

Changolem

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A golem in the shape of Chang, Bambi's dead brother.


  • Artificial Human: Just a golem built in the shape of a person.
  • The Berserker: Attacks Ice Cream Team, though it was temporarily calmed by Bambi's violin until Ziza could remember to cast ha-tep.
  • Doppelgänger: To Chang, most definitely on purpose.

    Rowan Lockwood's Characters 

Parents

Alexandra Lockwood

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Rowan's mother. Does a lot of work overseas in Lithuania.


  • Blue Blood: Comes from old money, like her husband.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair reaches all the way down her back.
  • Manipulative Bitch: She's up to something in Lithuania, and whatever it is, it's not good for Gil's home.
  • Non-Idle Rich: Actually goes out and does work frequently.
  • Parental Neglect: She's rarely home, and when she is it's never for long. Alexandra hardly even considers her son worthy of her time, and when she dropped in on him for his birthday she gave him the same book he was already reading.

Benjamin Lockwood

Rowan's father. See the council page.

Friends

Whit/ney Emberkeep

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A genderfluid half-elf that serves in the Lockwood household. Looking forward to getting out of the Lockwood household.


  • Badass in a Nice Suit: Dresses neatly and kicks a lot of ass.
  • Battle Butler: As Rowan's servant, Whit tends to have to get Rowan out of sticky situations. Regularly.
  • Big Damn Heroes: You can count on them to show up at the last second to get Rowan out of danger if they're nearby.
  • Devoted to You: Whitney is very much dedicated to Rowan, following him in his quest to restructure the Council from the inside out.
  • Drives Like Crazy: When they're in a hurry, Whit tends to floor the accelerator a little too hard.
  • Hopeless with Tech: Cannot figure out how the hell to change their ringtone. At all. Rowan makes fun of them for it.
  • Hypercompetent Sidekick: Both plays this straight and averts it in the case of Rowan. On the one hand, they're much more powerful than he is and is capable of getting him out of nasty situations. On the other hand, they're a complete dumbass that didn't go to anyone for help when they got shot.
  • Knight In Sour Armor: A very cynical Battle Butler that views the world through jade lenses.
  • Perpetual Frowner: Almost always frowning.
  • Roaring Rampage of Rescue: If Rowan is in danger, they'll rescue him, and they don't really care what they have to do and who they have to hurt to do it.
  • Servile Snarker: Has a sharp tongue, and isn't afraid to use it against Rowan.
  • Skunk Stripe: Their bangs are streaked white.
  • Thicker Than Water: With both Rowan and Ronna. Whit is very much dedicated to both, and related to both by blood.
  • The Unfettered: First priority: Rowan's safety. Second priority: The Witch's Treasure.
  • Walk on Water: The only explanation for how they managed to reach the boat in their first appearance. Justified as they're a waterwielder.

Delilah Emberkeep

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An elf that serves in the Lockwood household. Mother of Whit/ney.


  • Drives Like Crazy: Does Delilah even know how traffic lights work? Red does not mean speed up.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: A very sweet woman with golden hair.
  • Kindly Housekeeper: Responsible for cleaning the entire Lockwood estate and one of the nicest people connected to Rowan.
  • Maid: The only one in the Lockwood estate. Responsible for cleaning the rooms, folding laundry, keeping the place orderly, and, when the chef is out, cooking. Which is often.
  • Mysterious Past: Delilah doesn't exactly talk about herself very much.
  • Parental Substitute: To Rowan. She's certainly more of a mother to him than his own mom is.
  • Supreme Chef: Is this, according to Rowan.
    Rowan: Nobody beats Delilah's cooking.

    Ziza/Seth Meleeka's Characters 

Parents

Nuit Meleeka

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Ziza and Seth's mother.


  • Artifact Collection Agency: With her husband and brother-in-law. Nuit is in charge of identifying and cataloging the artifacts that Ramses and Sebastian dig up.
  • Blow You Away: She's a windwielder, and often uses it to clean off artifacts her husband and brother-in-law bring in.
  • Non-Action Guy: She doesn't do the fighting with her husband and brother-in-law; she would rather work at the Directory and organize the items they bring in.

Sebastian Meleeka

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Ziza and Seth's father.


  • Action Dad: Father of three and regularly beats up shabtis protecting treasures.
  • Adventure Archaeologist: Ventures into tombs and pilfers magick artifacts for a living with his brother, Ramses.
  • Artifact Collection Agency: With his wife and brother. Sebastian and Ramses go into the tombs and take anything magick out.
  • Bold Explorer: His job is literally to uncover dig sites and steal from them before mundanes do.
  • Cultured Badass: A scholar that spends his days going dungeon diving, essentially.

Other Family

Asa Meleeka

Ziza and Seth's brother. Ziza's twin. Didn't get a letter to Merlin, unfortunately.


  • Bold Explorer: Just as interested in exploring dig sites as Ziza.
  • Dual Wield: While Ziza uses her armlet, Asa uses a more curious channeler - a key that snaps in two.
  • Technician vs. Performer: The Technician to Ziza's Performer. While Asa will always run into a fight, unlike his sister he'll try to whip up a plan on the fly.
  • Twin Banter: If the drabble Jen posted on Evernote is anything to go by, he engaged in this regularly with Ziza.
  • Variable-Length Chain: The cord his key is tied to can change its length as Asa wills it to.

Jack Shemm'sa

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Ziza and Seth's cousin, who stayed at Simon's cart. He accidentally sent his sister, Bast, to the Duat.


  • Animal Motif: Associated with dogs.
  • Bad Powers, Good People: He possesses the ability to send people's souls to the Duat. Despite that, he's a fairly quiet, gentle person.
  • Berserk Button: Jack is very sensitive about his sister's death. Unfortunately, Ziza enjoyed pushing his buttons about it.
  • Beware the Quiet Ones: For such a quiet, awkward dude, Jack sure could dish out a helping of pain.
  • Big Eater: Eats a lot to maintain his constant aura, which helps dampen his riverchild abilities.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: A lot of harm could probably be avoiding if Jack assisted Ziza and told her what he knew.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Doesn't really adhere to any 'rules' of combat, though he's not quite as bad as cousin Seth.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Jack is very good at delivering these, specifically to his own family members. He regularly beat Ziza in sparring and beat Seth within an inch of his life before Ziza intervened.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: His riverchild status alienated him from just about everyone else, and the only person that believed he should be allowed to live, Bast, died by his own hand.
  • Dog Food Diet: Not even out of necessity. Jack just genuinely likes dog treats.
  • Dragged Off to Hell: His bare touch, as a riverchild, severs the connection between body and soul and banishes the soul to the Duat.
  • Eye Scream: His right eye is missing. Not blinded, not marred, just missing. It mirrors Ziza's missing left eye.
  • Foil: His personality almost directly contrasts Ziza's. Where she's social, he can barely interact with people outside his family. Where she's ambitious, he's humble. Where she's optimistic, he's pessimistic. Ziza often acts on a whim, while Jack will look before he leaps. (Unless Ziza pushes his Berserk Button, but that's another story.)
  • Guyliner: Wears eyeliner, like Ziza, in an Egyptian style.
  • Hates Being Touched: Fears being touched by anyone and will completely avoid it if possible.
  • In-Universe Nickname: Anubis, though only Ziza calls him this.
  • The Medic: He's a healer by necessity—Aura helps keep his riverchild abilities at bay.
  • Mixed Ancestry: A half-elf on his mom's side.
  • No Social Skills: Not very good at talking with people outside his family.
  • Power Glows: His constant pulsing of Aura invokes this.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Wears his hair to cover the right half of his face. It conceals his missing eye.
  • Perpetual Frowner: He's very quiet and doesn't smile very much at all.
  • Phosphor-Essence: He glows all the time, because he's nearly always casting Aura for some unknown reason.
  • The Runaway: Left Cairo without permission.
  • Tranquil Fury: His face doesn't change when he's pissed and somehow that's the scariest thing of all.
  • Touch of Death: His bare touch separates body and soul and throws the soul in the Duat, thanks to his status as a riverchild. It's basically murder.
  • Unstoppable Rage: Jack's moments of fury are quick and brutal, and he's impossible to stand up against in the middle of them. The only real suggestion of this is his brute strength that he uses against Ziza when she pushes his Berserk Button on purpose.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Doesn't have a problem tossing Ziza into the wall.

Bast Shemm'sa

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Jack's sister and Ziza and Seth's cousin. Dead.


Ramses Shemm'sa

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Jack's father, and Ziza's uncle.


  • Action Dad: Usually accompanies Sebastian on digs.
  • Adventure Archaeologist: Ventures into tombs and pilfers magick artifacts for a living with his brother, Sebastian.
  • Bold Explorer: Pairs up with his brother Sebastian to explore dig sites.

Friends

Ophis

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An enchanter that specializes in customized weapons for the local archaeologist community.


  • The Blacksmith: Sort of serves as this. Ophis is definitely one of the best enchanters in the Cairo area.
  • Delinquent Hair: Half-shaved hair that's dyed white.
  • Icy Blue Eyes: Bright blue eyes that are only made brighter by his dark skin.
  • Mixed Ancestry: A half-elf.
  • Nice Guy: A genuinely pleasant person to be around.
  • Older Than They Look: Being a half-elf, Ophis's aging is a little slowed. His looks haven't changed a lot since Ziza was a child.
  • Savage Piercings: Three in each ear and two between his brows.

Enemies

Apophis

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The ba trapped inside the scroll that Seth accidentally released. Seems bent on causing as much trouble as possible.


  • Barred from the Afterlife: The original Isis sealed him in a papyrus scroll which essentially kept him from dying.
  • Blood Knight: Absolutely revels in fighting and causing trouble.
  • Chaos Is Evil: The straightest example. Apophis simply wants to cause trouble, and a lot of it.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Will usually do whatever is most efficient in taking down whoever he's up against - usually, Ziza.
  • Demonic Possession: Currently possessing Seth.
  • Kill 'Em All: Killed off the Egyptian "gods" to fuel the Duat's power.
  • Obviously Evil: Black and red with red glowing eyes and a snake's tail, and a giant sword? Yeah. Dude's evil.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: He just wants to destroy everything and cause as much chaos as possible.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: According to Seth, he was sealed in a scroll and Seth accidentally released him.
  • Villain Decay: Has gradually become less and less of a threat... at least, that's what it seems.
  • Walking Spoiler: His existence wasn't made obvious at first—it seemed at first that Seth was the antagonist.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Has no qualms about beating the shit out of Ziza.

    Kesi Naifeh's Characters 

Parents

Fado Naifeh

Kesi's Disappeared Dad that's finally reappeared.


    Gwen Nivere's Characters 

Parents

Arthur Nivere

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The man Gwen refers to as Dad. A sweet, soft-spoken man, who cares about his adopted daughter and his husband very much.


  • Action Dad: Last seen wounded and fending off Percival so Gwen and friends could escape.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Will do anything to avoid a fight, but when forced into a corner Arthur is no slouch in a fight.
  • Blue Blood: The late king's brother.
  • Frameup: {{spoiler:Framed for the massacre of the ruling family.]]
  • Hide Your Otherness: Like the rest of his family, Arthur hides his elf ears with some special binder earrings.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: For some reason, he looks a lot like Gwen. The reason is simple: He's her uncle.
  • Technician vs. Performer: He is the Technician to Lance's Performer. Lance is much more hotheaded and tends to rush into things, while Arthur steps back and considers the situation first.

Lance Nivere

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The man Gwen refers to as Pop. A loud, excitable man who is very passionate about his daughter.


  • Action Dad: When Bedivere attacked, he did not back down.
  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: Keeps the fridge covered in Gwen's old childhood drawings and accomplishments, and was on the verge of showing off a photo album of baby Gwen before Arthur came home.
  • Antiquated Linguistics: His speaking pattern is a bit old-fashioned.
  • Hide Your Otherness: Like his husband and daughter, Lance conceals his ears with binder earrings unless they're home alone.
  • Incoming Ham: [DAUGHTER! YOU HAVE RETURNED FROM THE ACADEMY!]
  • No Indoor Voice: YELLS EVERYTHING. Good thing only elves can understand him.
  • Open-Minded Parent: Doesn't mind that his daughter's been getting into dangerous situations.
  • Papa Wolf: Doesn't take lightly to any threats to his family, especially Gwen.
  • Real Men Can Cook: Cooks, and has a good time doing it.
  • Scars Are Forever: Has three scars over one eye.
  • Supreme Chef: Great at cooking, which makes sense considering he's a chemist.
  • Technician vs. Performer: The Performer to Arthur's Technician. While Arthur tends to deliberate more on what to do, Lance will jump right in and start swinging, especially if he sees there's no time to think about it.

Friends

Morgan LeFay

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The now-head cheer captain of Gwen's old school and one of Gwen's previous... friend isn't quite the word for it.


  • Hidden Depths: Sure, she's a bit of a bitch and acts every bit your stereotypical cheerleader, but she seems to genuinely care for Gwen and apologizes immediately once she learns she's been misgendering Elvira and the other NB kids in Useless.

Enemies - Order of the Round Table

A group currently governing the supercolony of Camelot. For some reason, they want Arthur dead and Gwen alive. Could be considered a Quirky Miniboss Squad of a sort. Every single one of them, Percival excluded, is Older Than They Look and has been around since the monarchy collapsed fifteen years ago.

Galahad

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  • Anime Hair: Possibly the worst offender of the Table. Seriously, the amount of gel this man uses must take up half the Table's budget.
  • Eye Scream: One eye is scarred shut.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: Wounded by the assassin that killed the royal family.
  • Green Thumb: A plantwielder.

Bedivere

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A member of the Table that has a history with Lance.


Percival

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The youngest member of the Table.


  • Determinator: Once he has a goal, he doesn't give up. Ever.
  • The Ditz: Actually sort of an idiot, but that doesn't stop him from being any less dangerous.
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    Cabbage Wood's Characters 

Other Family

Rapunzel

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A girl Cabbage calls his sister. He's looking for her. She shares her consciousness with Cabbage's in the same body, though Cabbage is unaware of this.


  • Fangirl: Oh my god. This girl is so nerdy it puts some of the other players to shame.

Carla

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Zwei's twin sister and datefriend of Egon and Alois. A professional wrestler on the hunt for her missing sibling.


  • Badass in Distress: Caught by Wilma's subordinates. She was in trouble until her rescue party consisting of Egon, Alois, and food group arrived.
  • Hair Decorations: A crown of roses and thorns.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Her heart's in the right place, and she's got long flowing hair exactly like Cabbage's.
  • Hot-Blooded: Has a short temper when it comes to matters involving her sibling.
  • Talk to the Fist: Tends to resort to physical measures much faster than most, though to be fair she had plenty of reason to be mad at Wilma.

Friends

Sylvia Woood

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A previous Merlin student. The eldest Wood sibling.


  • Cool Big Sis: The eldest Wood, and well liked by most of her siblings.
  • Demoted to Extra: She was once a fourth year Ekaterina in Merlin, but has since been demoted to one of Cabbage's side characters instead.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: A stonewielder.

Dietz Wood

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The second eldest Wood sibling. Magically impotent.


Gale Wood

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Yet another Woods sibling. Stays exceptionally close to Cabbage.


  • 100% Adoration Rating: He likes both Rapunzel and Cabbage equally.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Pulled this during the Second Gate. In the ensuing confusion after Rowan's shout, Gale dashed onto the stage, disguised, and ran off with the Princess.

Fritz Wood

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The fourth of the Woods Sibling. A cheerful guy in highschool, though painfully average in everything. (Especially in comparison to his siblings.) Seems to resent Cabbage. The eldest of the F/T/B trio. Magically impotent.


Toji Wood

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Fifth. A quiet boy who used to be sickly, he now serves as the protector of his brother Beat and his elder brother Fritz.


Beat Wood

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The second youngest of the family. Friendly, though a little aggressive. Knows his parents are evil because of what they named him.


Czenzi Wood

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The youngest Wood. Now magically impotent.


  • Mismatched Eyes: While under the influence of a certain chemical. Now her eyes are brown.
  • Volcanic Veins: Gained these temporarily while she was in danger of spontaneously combusting.

Wilma

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The Woods kids' aunt. A very shy woman.


  • Beware the Nice Ones: She may seem very gentle and sweet, but her identity as the Wicked Witch speaks volumes of what she's capable of.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: She gets violent and attacks food group after Carla throws the first punch, and that's not even mentioning how she had Cabbage brought in so he could disappear.
  • Messy Hair: It's not very well-groomed, as seen in the reference picture.
  • Motherly Scientist: A gentle woman who cared for Rapunzel as a child. She still cares for her deeply, which is why she asked Cabbage to disappear for Rapunzel's sake.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Long, messy brown hair.
  • The Shrink: A mental healer, as shown when she realized Whitney's memories had been wiped.

Alois

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Someone hired by the Woods parents. Genderfluid. Datefriend of Carla and Egon.


  • Adorkable: Loud, cheerful, and not very intimidating.
  • Bait-and-Switch: Oh, look! Two intimidating people who are threatening Sylvia's potion shop! They must be very antagoni— never mind they're both complete losers.
  • Hidden Depths: Despite their cheerful tendencies, Alois can be incredibly serious when it comes down to it and deeply cares about Egon.
  • Large Ham: Really likes to be super dramatic about pretty much everything. Especially their entrances.
  • Longing Look: Towards pretty much any attractive female. They only really have eyes for Egon and Carla, though.

Egon

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Someone hired by the Woods parents. A serious guy (?). Datefriend of Alois and Carla.


  • Action Fashionista: His fashion sense is on point, all the time. He dresses up Alois so they're cute too.
  • Bait-and-Switch: Oh, look! Two intimidating people who are threatening Sylvia's potion shop! They must be very antagoni— never mind they're both complete losers.
  • Delinquent Hair: Half his head is shaved and his hair is bleached white.
  • Freakiness Shame: Very, very sensitive about what's beneath his mask.
  • Hidden Depths: Genuinely detests what he's being forced to do and gives food group every advantage he's able to.

Enemies

Adel and Monika Wood

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The parents of the Wood family. A couple of very decent people that run Forsten Laboratories.


  • Dissonant Serenity: They're always quite calm and happy, despite any situation.
  • Evilutionary Biologist: Apparently responsible for Cabbage's situation, Egon's jaw, and Alois's horrid magic capacity. And of course the magical impotence of some of their kids. They justify all of this with the good of all of mankind.
  • Mad Scientist: They experimented on their own children, their latest victim being Czenzi.

Mother Gothel

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The wicked witch. A mysterious woman that's deeply involved in the Rapunzel Theory somehow.


  • Batter Up!: Yeah. She hit Whitney with a bat. Multiple times.
  • Blow You Away: A windwielder, horrifically demonstrated when she sucked the air out of Whitney's lungs.
  • Mysterious Stranger: Showed up out of nowhere when Whitney investigated the room hidden behind the painting and attacked.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Long, straight brown hair. Later revealed to be a wig.
  • Wicked Witch: The self-proclaimed Wicked Witch that held Rapunzel hostage.

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