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Angel Zone Staff

    Dr. Ametsuchi 

Dr. Ametsuchi

The creator of the Angel Zone and the overseer of the whole thing.
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    Andrew "Andy" Landon / The Mechanic 

Andrew "Andy" Landon / The Mechanic

A college student and mechanic who Dr. Ametsuchi hired as her mechanic. He agreed in the hopes of finding his missing brother.

    Automaton 

Automaton

Ametsuchi's robot servant and dimension scouter.

    Jacob Valentine 

Jacob Valentine

An eccentric human doctor who believes he's not human.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Believes that he's not human, and that he doesn't need to sleep or eat.
  • The Medic
  • Must Have Coffee: Jacob never sleeps unless he has to, and so he uses coffee to stay awake.
  • Nice Guy: His interest in dissecting people notwithstanding, he seems pretty nice most of the time.

    Kit Klepto / The Thief 

Kit Klepto / The Thief

A nature mage and accomplished thief who took a job with Dr. Ametsuchi to keep an eye on the contestants.

    Ko-Reko 

Ko-Reko

A trickster whose mind was twisted and warped by the forces of chaos and probability.
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    Kyuu 

Kyuu

A kitsune who acts as the seer of the tournament. Dr. Ametsuchi built his current body in exchange for his fortune telling services.

    Percy 

Percy

One of the three fates and a wendigo. Despite being incredibly powerful, they are also incredibly lazy. Dr. Ametsuchi keeps him around to study his powers over fate.

    Pox 

Pox

A kitsune and the son of Kyuu.

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Angel Zone Contestants

    Amadeus 

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    Arachnid 

Arachnid

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     Azure, Mimi Tiran, and Groggy 

Azure, Mimi Tiran, and Groggy

Azure

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Mimi Tiran

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Groggy

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    Beatrice 

Beatrice

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    Breakfast Girl 

Breakfast Girl

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    Cabarros 

Cabarros

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    Calimus and Emma 

Calimus and Emma

Calimus

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Emma

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    Cantermean Jack 

Cantermean Jack

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    Casimir 

Casimir

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Once the crown prince to a powerful race of magical creatures, Casimir seems to have a lot of baggage on his shoulders. He has no survival skills to speak of, little to no social skills that aren’t shmoozing royalty and to top it all off a lot of very important people to him are dead.

    Commander 

Commander

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    E'thn 

E'thn

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    Erich Kaiser 

Erich Kaiser

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    Eupheus Deathmaw 

Eupheus Deathmaw

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    Eve 

Eve

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    Gordon Gilgamesh and Juna Gold 

Gordon Gilgamesh and Juna Gold

Gordon Gilgamesh

A humanoid robot with a floating mask for a head. Gordon started off as one of a line of the mass produced Gilgamesh model itzals, with no personality or free will. He eventually gained both, and went on to become a famous engineer and a ferocious fighter. He was led to believe that the Angel Zone was just an alternate universe to study, and is unaware of the tournament at large.
  • The Ace: Juna describes him as such, and indeed Gordon is very smart and very powerful.
  • Alliterative Name
  • BFS: His curved greatsword. It’s 6 ft. long and weighs 20 pounds!
  • Clone Army: Was part of one before he became “Aberrant” and gained a personality and free will.
  • Establishing Character Moment: Is introduced digging through the intestines of a large monster and nonchalantly pulling its organs out to quiz his apprentices with.
  • Eye Scream: Inflicts this on the Army of Darkness during the audition.
  • Hard Light: The Holoprojections he can create appear to be made of green-colored hard light.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Built all of his weapons himself.
  • Genius Bruiser: Over a thousand years of studying multiple subjects on top of being built specifically for combat will do that.
  • Grow Beyond Their Programming: The reason behind his Screw Destiny attitutde.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Despite being made of metal, Gordon is extremely fast and can swing his giant sword with a lot of force.
  • The Paragon: His philosophy is that, now that he has overcome the limits of fate himself, he must find and help others to do the same.
  • Parental Substitute: Possibly one to Juna.
  • Perpetual Smiler: Not by choice. The smile on his mask is permanent.
  • Screw Destiny: One of Gordon’s personal philosophies is that everyone can overcome destiny. This is born from his origin as a member of a mindless clone army, and how he later gained his own free will under his own power.
  • Wide Eyes and Shrunken Irises: subverted, as they don’t actually indicate Gordon’s mood. They’re just a permanent part of his face.

Juna Gold

An orphaned Lightspawn who grew up in the slums of her home city. She spent most of her early life fighting off gangs, monsters, and the local authorities only to be found by Gordon when he was in the city for unrelated reasons. She now serves as his apprentice, and entered the tournament to prove to him that she is worthy of being his apprentice.

    Izz 

Izz

A lonely android originally built to oversee a small supply depot on the outer rim of a distant solar system. After a couple centuries of a rather monotonous and unfulfilling existence, he joined the Angel Zone tournament to have a chance to make new friends, see new places, and obtain a better life.

     Jill and Allen 

Jill and Allen

Two friends who have stumbled into the tournament thanks to Jill’s impulsive behavior. To Allen, this was all one big mistake, and they need to return home as soon as possible.

However, fate has other plans...


Jill Halloway

A very strange girl who's hobbies include wiping the floor with her enemies and hugging every creature she sees (sometimes doing both within the same fight). She is energetic and impulsive, and exhibits bizarre mannerisms and a questionable sense of logic. As it's currently known, Jill's goals for this tournament are to help Allen and find more cute critters to try to bring home.

Allen Kent

A timid but technologically gifted teenager. Allen tends to avoid combat whenever possible, but if a fight is inevitable, his Weapon of Choice is his multi-purpose wrench, Myria. Otherwise, he usually just distracts enemies and lets Jill handle them. He has a past that is known only to him; one that he could change if fate is in his favor.

    Kazh-Arah and Noctus 

Kazh-Arah and Noctus

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    Konfusion 

Konfusion

A force of chaos born from Pandora's Box, Konfusion cast aside her godliness in favor of the fun a physical body would provide. Since then, she wanders the worlds and laughs in the face of the fourth wall.

    Kyle Warren and Pestle 

Kyle Warren and Pestle

Kyle Warren

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Pestle

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    Larua 

Larua

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    Lucretia 

Lucretia

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     Mariath Ebonheart 

Mariath Ebonheart

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    Maurice Pruitt 

Maurice

Maurice is a magical knight, a member of an organization protecting mundane people from supernatural threats. His strong suit is defensive magic, and he will not let you hurt anyone under his protection.

    Misha 

    Nevara and Mason 

Nevara and Mason

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Mason

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    Ojun 

Ojun

An extremely powerful and very tall hobo with a sword.

    The Phoenix 

The Phoenix

A strange little creature that resembles some sort of black bird.

    Seth and Rin 

Seth and Rin

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Rin

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    Stephan and Novus 

Stephan and Novus

"There was once a moment I recall of two siblings. Pure opposites yet fond of each other’s company.
The two once served as high-ranking servants in summary. Serving Songbirds, divine and glorious beings.

However.
The brothers fell, disconnected due to their catalyst...

Interaction. Mercy.

They were cast from the stars above to languish for all eternity.
Nevertheless, it did not stop there.

One sought for a return back to the stars above.
The other latched onto his newfound free-" - Narrator


Two brothers, Novus and Stephan were once high-ranking creations of celestial beings known as Songbirds. Due to a sudden complication during a mission, the brothers were cast away from the stars above. Now, Novus looks for a way to change his Fall. On the other hand, Stephan enjoys the luxuries without chains.

  • Coordinated Clothes: Despite clothing colors and different undershirts, they have the same clothing style.
  • Curse: For extra precaution, if they survived their Fall, the Songbirds cursed these two.
  • Hard Light: Stephan can manipulate light into solid forms. Novus can summon holographic panels.
  • Our Angels Are Different: They were servants who served their Songbirds. Mostly mistaken as the classic 'angels' who have fallen, they are bio-mechanical creatures that Grew Beyond Their Programming. The two brothers are nothing but creatures in an Empty Shell.
  • Polar Opposite Twins: They are the opposite of each other in means of personality and capabilities.
  • Sibling Team

Stephan

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The Sword of Forces

"I wasn’t even trying to kill you yet."

Greater Fallen | Physically Mid 30s | ⚔

Once dubbed The Sword of Forces, Stephan was a brutal annihilator for celestial beings. With the happening of a sudden mishap, he fell due to the catalyst of Mercy. Stephan comes off as the sociable one between the twins. He sees his Fall as an opportunity to seek the pleasures of the mortal existence.


Novus

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The Left Eye of Intelligence

"If we want to ascend to our mothers’ arms… we should not indulge our stay."

Greater Fallen | Physically Mid 30s | 🜔

The serious and silent one between the twins. Novus had one purpose which was to observe and collect information, thus titled The Left Eye of Intelligence. He believes his Fall's catalyst, Interaction, was a simple mistake. Being stranded in a desert prison, Novus wishes to find a way to change his Fall.


    Three 

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    Victor Diamante and M- 4 RT-Y 

Victor Diamante and M-4RT-Y

Victor Diamante

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M-4RT-Y

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