Despite of being just a YouTube let's player, AlChestBreach has quite a rich cast of characters with different personalities and behaviors. Because of Al's habit of giving any random NPC a personality, there's Loads and Loads of Characters.
AlChestBreach and his main companions
Al and his companions truly make the show with their hilarious interactions.
- Anti-Hero: He's a child-killing sociopath who wants to make the wasteland beautiful. Occasionally leans more toward Villain Protagonist, depending on the mod.
- Beware the Silly Ones
- Casual Danger Dialogue: All the time.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander
- Cool Shades
- The Hero
- Heroic Comedic Sociopath
- I Have Many Names: Introduces himself with a different name for every video.
- Nice Guy: Weirdly enough. If he's ever given the choice regarding a character, he'll usually pick the polite dialogue option over the rude-yet-humorous option.
- Nice Hat
- Talkative Loon
- Would Hurt a Child: Whenever he gets the chance.
Mr. Cuddlesworth, the deathclaw with a top hat, Al's first major companion.
Jerry Mcghoulberry, the ghoul with sunglasses, Al's second major companion.
- Cool Shades
- The Stoic: Jerry never emotes and rarely talks, thus making him the most stoic character in the series.
- Badass Normal: Jerry may just be a ghoul who can't turn invisible or shoot lasers from his arms, but woe betide any poor fool that gets to know Jerry's fist personally. It will be the the last thing you ever see.
- Not to mention his awesome chainsaw.
- Back from the Dead: Several times.
Steve, the unstoppable radroach, Al's third major companion.
- Badass Bookworm: Steve has a tendency to teleport to the end of dungeons and kill everyone before Al can get to him. Steve is the source of the majority of Al's information when it comes to quests.
- Friend in the Black Market: If Al is ever having trouble with a fetch quest for some elusive mundane items, Steve usually has him covered. These sources usually tends to be specific groups of Fiends, which Al and Co. then proceed to murder to obtain the items. The most notable of these groups is probably The Whiskey Fiends, who horde, you guessed it, whiskey.
- Genius Bruiser
- Made of Iron: It takes a lot of punishment for Steve to go down.
- Omnidisciplinary Scientist: While not a straight example, Al has stated that Steve has multiple doctorates and professorships and is on his way to earning a business degree.
- Pint Sized Power House
- Shameless Fanservice Roach: Steve has a bad tendency to show off his ass, no matter how many times Al tells him to stop.
Captain James Ballarms, the commie hating robot, Al's fourth companion.
- Axe-Crazy: Sometimes he randomly flips his shit and begins to attack Al and his companions.
- Berserk Button: Communists
- Tends to be a walking one as well. From kicking barrels to hugs, Ballarms gets on Al's nerves just about every episode.
- Cuddle Bug: Despite his violent personality, he likes to hug. A lot. Usually sneaks up on Al to give him a stealth hug, which tends to be Al's Berserk Button.
- Dirty Communists: Hates them with a passion.
- "Ready to die for your country, you commie son of a bitch?"
- General Ripper
- Put on a Bus: Or a time machine, in this case.
- The Bus Came Back: As of the accurately titled montage "The Return of Ballarms," he's returned with the child in tow!
Janet, a former sexbot and Al's significant other.
Al and Janet's son, and Al's newest companion.
Crier Breach and His Companions
The Atomic Wrangler's new crier, who often lies about the Atomic Wrangler and looks suspiciously similar to Al.
- Catchphrase: "Come on down to the Atomic Wrangler, we've got X." It's all he ever says until Farewell New Vegas.
- Double Agent: Briefly fakes a HeelFace Turn to lead Al to his doom. Possibly."Come on down to the secret bunker, we've got traitors and turncoats!"
- Evil All Along: As it would happen, he's been working for the radios and business radroaches the whole time.
- Legacy Character: The Radio/Business Radroach Alliance has him stand in for the real Breach so as not to throw the whole Mojave into chaos.
- The Mole: Acted as a secret agent for the radios and business radroaches up until the end of Farewell New Vegas.
- Walking Spoiler: You wouldn't think some random lookalike would be so plot-important.
Axe Man! Originally Al's name for his character in DayZ, Axe Man was later brought into the Mojave as a companion. Axe Man!
- Axended Extra: Was previously one of Al's minor companions, but has since become one of Crier's mainstays.
- An Ax To Grind: Axe Man!
- Ax-Crazy: He's definitely not Al's most mentally stable companion.
- Character Tic: He shouts his own name every few sentences. Axe Man!
- Cool Helmet: He wears a sweet construction helmet everywhere he goes.
- Crippling Overspecialization: Unfortunately, he's pretty much hopeless with any other weapons.
- Large Ham: When in combat, he'll occasionally shout his name in a boisterous fashion. When not in combat, pretty much everything he says is pretty over the top. Axe Man!
A cazadore Crier strapped to his arm one day to use as an unarmed weapon.
A securitron painted to fit Santa Claus' color scheme that Crier enlisted in his battle against the rebellion.
- An Ass-Kicking Christmas: Used to be this trope personified. He's since become the equivalent with St. Patrick's Day and Easter.
Fallout 4 Companions
With the release of Fallout 4, Al has already started amassing an impressive cast of companions.
A flamingo named Ringo. He's actually a reskin of Dogmeat based on a lawn flamingo prop.
A construction worker model protectron that first appeared in one of Al's streams and captured his and the audience's hearts.
- Butt-Monkey: He's a protectron. It's Al Chestbreach. It was bound to happen.
- Iron Butt Monkey: It helps that he is an actual robot.
- If I Do Not Return: Kind of? After he supposedly died in his first appearance, Al told Clamps that he'd tell his parents he loved them.
- Nobody Could Have Survived That: Al doesn't realize that Clamps didn't die until after Clamps sent him a donation telling him that he was alive.
- Tangled Family Tree: He has a surprisingly expansive family for a robot. Throughout his introductory stream, Al receives donations from Clamps, Clamps' parents, Clamps Jr., Fat Italian Clamps, and Clamps' grandmother.
Here are some less important people.
- Convulsive Seizures: Gully is the living embodiment of this trope.
- Animalistic Abomination: He may appear to be a dog, but he's far more talkative and malicious than the norm.
- Badass Boast: "I'm gonna make you into a girl!"
- Evil-Detecting Dog: Inverted! Balls is completely evil!
- Evil Sounds Deep
- Meaningful Name: He's called Balls because they're the first thing he bites.
- Open Secret: He talks.
- Talking Animal: It's even stated repeatedly in his theme song!
- Token Evil Teammate: During his mod.
Al's family in The Sims.
- Back from the Dead: Al brought him back to life as a ghost.
- Bald of Evil or Bald of Awesome, depending on his mood.
- Fat Bastard
- Friendly Sniper
- The Hero: The closest thing to a main character in the game.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Cheeseburgers.
- Heroic Comedic Sociopath
- In-Series Nickname: Al refers to him as Bobby.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: There are some viewers who don't know who this "Henry" person is.
- Space Clothes: Gets some after he goes to the future.
- The Hero Dies: Although by the end of the series, Bobby's ghost is one of the only Duggarts still living in the house.
- Back from the Dead: One of Harold's ghosts gets moved back into the Duggart family, after the family brought his urn to a science facility.
- Big Good
- Cool Old Guy
- Killed Off for Real: Both versions of him! Well the second Harold didn't really die, he just got erased from time.
- Our Ghosts Are Different
Al's other family in the Sims.
- Badass Longcoat: The typical work garb for the private investigator.
- Dying Alone: Near the end of the first series, in the same bathroom he spent his last birthday in.
- The Eeyore: The videos are called "Sad Depressed Cop" for a reason.
- Meaningful Name
- Nice Hat: To go with his coat.
- Tragic Hero: His quest began with the murder of his wife.
- With Catlike Tread: He's not as good at stealth as he thinks.
- Ambiguously Evil: While he has claimed that he wants to kill Jimmy and Donny, he's also quite amiable with them and even offers Donny advice on one occasion.
- And I Must Scream: Played for Laughs. His inability to move occasionally leaves him in gross situations.
- Animalistic Abomination: He's a sentient toy horse.
- Catchphrase: Similar to Axe Man up above, Condor habitually shouts his own name.
The Bobby Clones
The residents of the Clone Vault and clones of Bobby Duggart.
- The Generic Guy: He has no quirks like the other clones, instead being the closest Bobby to the original.
- The Unfavorite: To Al, at the very least. He's always eager to kill him off.
- Big Beautiful Woman: If some of the comments are anything to go by, Lady Bobby has a decent following.
- Mad Artist: As one would expect, considering who he's cloned from.