The various characters of Bravest Warriors.
Warning: Spoilers for "Aeon Worm" will be unmarked in the "Paralysed Horse" and "Ralph Waldo Pickle Chips" folders.
The Bravest Warriors
- Animal Motifs: Each of them has this in their weapons, due to said weapons being made out of the animals in the stickers on their chest.
- Badass Crew
- Badass Normal: Barring Chris, who relies more on weapons and skills than his untapped emotion lord powers anyways
- Calling Your Attacks: All members yell the name of the attack/technique they are using.
- Color-Coded Characters: Chris' is Blue, Danny's is Red, Beth's is Green and Wallow's is orange.
- Generation Xerox: The Bravest Warriors, with the exception of Beth, look almost exactly like their parents, and both teams battled the Aeon Worm.
- Genius Bruiser: All of them barring Chris, having expertise in mechanics (Danny), science (Beth) and medicine (Wallow).
- Legacy Character: All of them to their parents, the Courageous Battlers
- Only Six Faces: This can be attributed to the Adventure Time -ish art style, however.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Soft Tacos
- True Companions: Spend almost all their time together and clearly care for one another dearly.
- Weapon of Choice: Made from aforementioned animals.
The main protagonist of the series, Chris Kirkman is The Bravest Warriors' good-natured and courageous, if sometimes just a bit too emotional, leader. The kindest of the four members, he has a crush on his best friend Beth, although he Cannot Spit It Out no matter how hard he tries. His sticker pet is a bumblebee. In "Lavarinth", it's revealed that Chris will eventually grow up to be The Emotion Lord, an Emotion Lord with exceptional, if somewhat confusing powers. "Ultra Wankershim" indicates that he may not always be with Beth in the future. His powers continue to develop throughout the season, being partially awakened in "Cereal Master".
His character is expanded upon greatly throughout Season 2: He is destined to share a life-changing kiss with Beth in "Merewif Tag", signalling the start of their relationship. However, this is ruined when he spends time with Plum and eventually kisses her instead, missing his date with Beth and the beginning of their relationship. These events are what gradually turns Chris into the Emotion Lord. In "The Parasox Pub", Chris meets a group of his future selves, and due to his inability to kill an innocent emotion lord named Puddingtown, he cuts off the last available path for his future, meaning he is trapped into the one where Danny marries Beth and Chris ends up alone and insane. However, at the end of the episode, Chris opens up a whole new path through the timeline, possibly giving him, and by extension, The Emotion Lord, a second chance with Beth.
- Ancestral Weapon: Implied. Chris' gloves look identical to those worn by his father, and when Gayle contacts the Bravest Warriors in the concept art, she expects their parents.
- Anime Hair: Granted, it's not as extreme as other cases, but it's still noticeable.
- Bee Bee Gun: While its combat applications seem limited compared to the others' animals, it's not useless.Chris: Bumblebee storm TO THE EYEBALLS!
- Betty and Veronica: The Betty to Danny's Veronica and Beth's Archie.
- Cannot Spit It Out: With Beth.
- Chekhov M.I.A.: During "Season of the Worm" and "Season of the Mitch". The end result is implied to have forced Beth to step up as leader. This is confirmed in season 3. He's back as of "Himmel Mancheese"
- Color-Coded Characters: Blue.
- Conspicuous Gloves: Chris is never seen with his gloves off.
- We finally see him without his gloves in "Merewif Tag" when Plum switches body with Chris and she takes his gloves off.
- Despair Event Horizon: In comic issue #20 he resigns himself to being the Aeon Worm's replacement for the Huxtabites, "techno-organic drones" who worship the Aeon Worm as king and who rely on the Aeon Worm to absorb their emotions. Beth promptly punches him and takes him home.
- Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Defeats an army of his future selves with powers he still doesn't fully understand.
- Emotion Suppression: Attempted to do this in order to change his destiny, but it doesn't work out.Chris: [startled] I FEEL NOTHING!
- The Empath: According to Danny, Chris can feel people's feelings. Puts him in terrible pain during the Huxtabite arc, when he is overwhelmed by all of the Huxtabites' emotions along with Theo's cries for help.
- Future Me Scares Me: While Chris isn't "scared" of the Emotion Lord, per-se, it takes until the end of "Lavarinth" for him to accept that the he and the Emotion Lord are one and the same. It becomes this trope in full in "Parasox Pub."
- Go-Go Enslavement: Dressed in Princess Leia's bikini when captured by the slug aliens in issue #22.
- Green-Eyed Monster: In the comics story "Dating Pool" he sees Beth flirting with another guy. Triggering his emotion lord powers...
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold
- He's Back: Makes his triumphant return after being gone for months (a few days from his perspective) in Himmel Mancheese
- The Heart: The one who inspired the Bravest Warriors to take up the reins in their parents' absence and the team's emotional core.
- The Hero: The main focus of most of the plot to the point it's lampshaded in Season 3Danny: Everything revolves around him.
- Heroes Prefer Swords: A lightning sword in the pilot, a Honeycomb Sword in the series proper. And the Emotion Sword, which he keeps even after coming back to the Warriors.
- Manly Tears: Sheds these sometimes.Impossibear: Let me tell you this guy cries a lot.
- Meaningful Name: His last name. He's a White Male Lead in a Science Fiction series where his team often seeks out new life and new civilizations, and boldly goes where no man has gone before. He'd outright be The Kirk if only someone gave him a Spock and a McCoy to work with.
- My God, What Have I Done?: In the comics after Trashing the dating pool with his emotion lord powers due to seeing Beth flirt with another guy, then thrashing the guy with Danny's beard. Not to mention letting the villain of the week get away.
- Nice Guy: Just an utter sweetheart.
- Not Distracted by the Sexy: When he switches bodies with Plum in "Merewif Tag" he looks right past her bosom. He was more fascinated with her "clappy little pig hands."
- Obfuscating Stupidity: Chris is shown to have an I.Q. of around 170, meaning he is a super genius.
- Oblivious to Love: Ironically; in "Merewif Tag", when he and Plum switch bodies, he gets a lot of attention from a bunch of male merewifs and tries to give one of them Plum's phone number. When Plum tells him not to give her number away, Chris ensures her that they want to hang out as friends.
- Official Couple: With Plum towards the end of the series' 4th season.
- Pretty Fly for a White Guy: "Jive-ass peach pit!"
- Screw Destiny: In "The Parasox Pub", he outright refuses to accept his future selves' claims he's doomed to be a crazy lonely old man for most of his life and forges his own path.
- Shock and Awe: Uses a lightning sword in the pilot.
- Strong Family Resemblance: He looks like a male version of his mother.
- Talking the Monster to Death: Attempted (and failed) in the comics, played straight in the pilot where his love confession shrinks the monster.Chris: [after Beth fires her bazooka] Wait! Maybe we should try to talk it out!
- A Taste of Power: Played With. He gets his emotion lord powers for a brief period, but all he gets is X-Ray Vision before Plum removes the peach pit giving him the powers
- In "Cereal Master" Chris uses his emotion powers again to make sure he could get the cereals the way Beth liked and also implied that his feelings for Beth are one of the sources of his emotional powers.
- He uses his powers again in "Ultra Wankershim" to see a vision of the future.
- In the comics story "The Dating Pool" (Originally meant to be Episode 3 of Season 2) he learns he can read minds, soon finding out that one of the people there is planning a robbery. He also trashes the place when he sees Beth flirting with someone else.
- The Team Normal: Alone out of the team, he doesn't really seem to have any shown proficiency in science. However, he is an Emotion Lord, so he's way more powerful than the rest of his team.
- Took a Level in Dumbass: mildly so in season 4, with Chris still acting like his normal self with the excpetion of becomming so over-emotional that he sometimes makes irrational decisions, and his friends sometimes call him out on it.
- White Male Lead: Danny is Hispanic, Beth is Japanese and Wallow is Samoan, but Chris is white and the leader.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: He has a phobia of cows.
- Weapon Jr.: Wields a sword against Catbug in "Dimension Garden".
The Bravest Warriors' moody technical whiz whose giant ego masks a deep-seated self-loathing.
- Ambiguously Bi: In "Ghosts of the See-Through Zone", Danny becomes melodramatic upon realizing Chris and Beth are destined to be together, though in the previous episode he seemed interested in Beth, in this episode some of the things he said suggest he's more concerned of losing Chris. He also fights over the right to CPR Chris with Plum in the first episode of season 4.
- Badass Beard: Creates one for himself in the comics.
- Betty and Veronica: The Veronica to Chris' Betty and Beth's Archie.
- Big Damn Heroes: In "Season of the Mitch", he frees himself, and the paralysed horse, just in time to save Beth.
- Big Ol' Eyebrows: Modeled after those of Adventure Time director Adam Muto.
- Butt-Monkey: He gets beat up pretty often and his childhood was downright miserable.
- Catchphrase: "Up yours!"
- Chivalrous Pervert: He often makes crude or sexual jokes, but has a hinted crush on Beth that he's not acting on because Everyone Can See It between Chris and Beth.
- Color-Coded Characters: Red.
- Cool Loser: He's constantly dumped on by life, but is loved by his friends and still manages to make cool invetions
- Dark and Troubled Past: His childhood was incredibly shitty, and his parents were neglectful at best.
- Flipping the Bird: Does this twice in "Time Slime" and again in "Mexican Touchdown".
- Formerly Fat: As shown in flashbacks.
- Friend to All Children: Forms a friendship with Jelly Kid in "Memory Donk" and tries to save him alongside other kids in "Mexican Touchdown" and, in the comics first arc, not only is he the one we see taking care of the clown children's, he manages to overcome his fear of clown by interacting with them.
- Gadgeteer Genius: Split with Beth.
- Exemplified in the comics, where Danny invents several machines and even occasionally goes in detail about how they work.
- Heroes Love Dogs: His sticker summons a dog.
- Heroes Prefer Swords: His Dog Sword...
- Gatling Good: ... which can turn into a Gatling gun.
- Heroic BSoD: Thrice in season 2. First in Mexican Touchdown when Plum rejects him, causing him to suicidally rush the Monster of the Week, again in Jelly Kid Forever after Jelly Kid's death, refusing to accept it happened, and finally during Season of the Worm/Season of the Mitch where he feels immense guilt for Wallow losing his arm. The last one couldn't have happened at a worse time and it takes Beth coming under threat of becoming the Aeon Worm's bride to snap him out of it.
- While Season 3 is kinder to him at first, he gets hit with this HARD in "Ghosts of the See-Through Zone" after Chris returns Derailing his romance with Beth, with him assuming the two will end up together. It gets to the point he's about to stab Chris but backs out due to Chris' time travel adventures giving him a happy childhood.
- Hilariously Abusive Childhood: Take any older peer Danny is seen with as a kid, and they will be shown making his life hell. This is best seen in Dan Before Time and Dimension Garden. Additinally, while the others' parents give them cool presents through Catbug in the titular episode, Danny's mom gives him an expired lottery ticket and a knife.
- Hopeless Suitor: To Plum.
- Inferiority Superiority Complex: He comes across as self-confident and arrogant, but it's soon revealed that beneath all his bluster he's really a mess of issues.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Early on. By Season 2 he's mostly heart of gold.
- Official Couple: With Beth towards the end of the series' 4th season.
- The Lancer: Though he's nicer than most.
- The Smart Guy: Shares this role with Beth.
- When All You Have Is a Hammer...: In "Season of the Mitch", he saves Beth from her father and stops his scheme with a stick he found on the ground.
- Those Two Guys: With Wallow in the pilot.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: He's shown to be scared of clowns in the comics.
- Wouldn't Hurt a Child: He made a promise when he was younger not to bazooka a child, even if they were a werewolf.
- Would Hurt a Child: However, in "Dan Before Time" he planned to use time travel to punt the Low-Gravity Hacker Pack for destroying his first science project.
- Yank the Dog's Chain: He finally gets a girl intrested in him after the Time Skip, unfortunatley said girl is Beth, and after Chris interrupts The Big Damn Kiss destined to make them an Official Couple, he's left an emotinal wreck while Beth chooses neither of them to preserve the team.
The slightly spacey, yet quite intelligent, member of the Bravest Warriors.
- Action Girl: She's the only girl on the team—not counting occasional ally Plum—and she's a capable ass-kicker who leads the team.
- All Girls Like Ponies: She owns a horse that she loves very much, despite the fact that it's been paralyzed for years and entirely aware of it. Her Butter Lettuce simulation also has unicorns... dressed as Chippendales Dancers.
- Ambiguously Bi: In the comics. She goes looking for people to smooch and ends up getting smooched by both Wallow and a female assassin who was sent to kill them.
- Taken even further in the animated show with the finale of season 4, where her and plum openly kiss each other for reasons not yet explained.
- Apocalypse Maiden: Provides the trope quote. She's a threat to all life and is entirely unaware of it. In "Season of the Mitch", it's revealed that only she can bear the Aeon Worm's offspring, which will devour the universe while the Aeon Worm remains in the See-Through Zone. Her father summons the worm so that it may brainwash and mate with Beth, but Danny puts an end to this just in time.
- Asian and Nerdy: She is The Spock of the team.
- The Chick: Lampshaded in "Memory Donk".
- Color-Coded Characters: Green.
- Covert Pervert: If her Butter Lettuce simulation is anything to go by.
- Emotion Suppression: Her father allowed the Aeon Worm to feed on her emotions without her knowing.
- Hartman Hips: As Plum rated Beth's features in "One in a Million Girls", she gave her forehead a four, her lips a three, and her hips a "too many".Beth: Wait, I like my hips.
- Innocently Insensitive: She acted like this to Danny, who was dealing with Jelly Kid's death in "Jelly Kid Forever".
- The Leader: She takes over the Warriors in Chris' absence. She keeps the role even after he returns.
- Meganekko: Only part of the time, as she wears contacts on missions.
- Missing Mom: Justified. She has no mother, as her dad gave birth to her himself, as revealed by the comics.
- Oblivious to Love:
- She's almost completely unaware of Chris' crush on her. Justified as Chris himself isn't willing to admit it to anyone, especially Beth.
- Subverted in Season 2, where she seems to be in the same sort of denial Chris is.
- Averted by Season 3 She's aware of both Chris and Danny's feelings for her, but tries to put them aside for the good of the team.
- Completely averted in Season 4 with her acknowledging and admitting she loves both Chris and Danny in the season finale
- Official Couple: With Danny towards the end of the series' 4th season.
- Rank Up: She officially becomes the team's new leader in season 4.
- The Smurfette Principle: The only female member of the main cast in the cartoon. Averted in the comic, where Plum is more prominent.
- The Spock: Played with and deconstructed. She still has emotions but was raised by her father to value logic over them and has clearly suppresed them to an unhealthy enough degree that They nearly let the Eon Worm into the world before she decides to not go out with Chris or Danny due to how it'd affect the group.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: In season 4, with one example being that she willingly destroyed other people's mailboxes and private property because she was venting about her breakup with Zachary Ryan.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Butter lettuce. That she stores a rather sexually-charged "butter lettuce fantasy" in the Holo-John makes one wonder if it goes past a mere favorite food, however...
- Wife Husbandry: In "Season of the Mitch", it's revealed that The Aeon Worm has been grooming her as his mate since her birth.
- Whip It Good: Her Cat Lashes.
The Bravest Warriors' kindhearted and level-headed medic.
- Ambiguously Bi: He has had a confirmed and very steamy heterosexual (but interspecies) relationship, but at the same time is all for dancing with (unicorn) Chippendales dancers.
- An Axe to Grind: His Falcon Axe...
- BFG: ... which can turn into a Bazooka as shown in "Lavarinth".
- The Big Guy: In addition to being the physically largest of the Bravest Warriors, he's also the most physical.
- Color-Coded Characters: Orange
- Gentle Giant: The nicest member of the group.
- Friend to All Living Things: Frequently brings pets home from missions. Word of God said he treats the aliens he brings home as roommates instead of pets.
- Interspecies Romance: Prefers them according to Word of God. So far he's dated Gale in-series and has been seen dating or making out with a two headed giant kitten, a would-be assassin and a random alien girl at the dating pool. He ends up with Himmel Mancheese, a genderless blob monster in Season 3
- Life-or-Limb Decision: Beth hacks his arm off in "Season of the Worm" to prevent him from being humped into another dimension.
- Major Injury Underreaction: In "Season of the Mitch", he seems to take having recently lost an arm remarkably well.
- The Medic: Serves as the team doctor and refers to himself as a Med Student in "Himmel Mancheese"
- Mission Control: In "The Bunless"
- Non-Standard Character Design: The only character with five fingers instead of four.
- Only One Name: The only Bravest Warrior without a confirmed last name.
- Really Gets Around: Deconstructed, as his promiscuity masks commitment issues and he's truly happy once he settles down.
- The Smart Guy: Shares this role with Danny
- Straight Man: He's mostly this to Danny, but sometimes Impossibear and even Catbug.
- Talking the Monster to Death: Pulls it off at least thrice in the comics.
- Those Two Guys: With Danny in the pilot.
- The Xenophile: Word of God confirms he's this in an interview. He loves aliens and treats his pets as equals. He's also more interested in dating aliens and doesn't date humans.
A rainbow colored bear with a mustache and one of Wallow's pets.
- Badass Mustache
- Bears Are Bad News: Played for Laughs, as he's more an annoying Jerkass instead of any serious threat.
- Dye Hard: Admits he dyes his fur during "Catbug's Away Team".
- Jerkass: His response to getting the Gas-Powered stick is to hit everyone he can find with it, including Plum who was being rather friendly to him.
- However he seems to have his moments. For example, he assured that Chris returned to the hideout in time to offer his present to Beth.
- He loves giving gifts... even though they have a tendency to explode, due to being bombs.
- Jive Turkey
- Lethally Stupid: In "Impossibomb", he insist on giving Wallow a present despite it obviously being a bomb. And he does it again but with Catbug as the bomb.
A cross between a cat and a ladybug that lives with the Bravest Warriors. Go here for his self-demonstrating page.
- Ascended Extra: Has appeared in most episodes of Season 2 after hardly appearing in Season 1.
- Adorable Abomination: As cute and cuddly as he is, he originated from the See-Through Zone and is implied to be related to the Aeon Worm.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Upon being given an electric razor.
- And he is part cat, as evidenced when it's revealed he beheaded Jelly Kid in "Jelly Kid Forever".
- Breakout Character: Good god yes. Normally all the fun little side characters were just one-shot characters appearing in their respective episodes. Catbug, meanwhile, has went on to assume unofficial mascot status.
- Big Damn Heroes: Comes out of literally nowhere to save Beth in the Season 2 premiere.
- Catchphrase:"Everything is OKAY!"
- "I'M CATBUG!"
- Cats Are Mean: This stereotype is how the Bravest Warriors justify the beheading of Jelly Kid as a Furry Reminder.
- Cat Smile: His default expression.
- Cheerful Child: Not in appearance, but definitely in personality. It helps that he's voiced by one.
- Chronic Hero Syndrome: In "Catbug's Away Team", Catbug foregoes his original mission in favor of helping every individual native he possibly can.
- Comedic Sociopathy: Ripped Jelly Kid's head off for no reason and was cheerfully remorseless about it over breakfast.
- Cone of Shame: Dons one at Jelly Kid's funeral. This might mean he's been neutered in order to suppress the animal aggressiveness that led him to kill Jelly Kid.
- Elmuh Fudd Syndwome: Due to being voiced by a grade-schooler, he has some pronunciation issues.
- Dimensional Traveler: He lives in two separate dimensions that he can jump back and forth between, though Catbug himself doesn't seem to know how he does it or how to control it.
- It's implied in "Dimension Garden" that it's because he was born in the See-Through Zone.
- Immortality: Cheerfully announces this in the comic:Plum: My grand-uncle lives on this planet. I hope he's not deceased.Catbug: I'm immortal!
- Large Ham: His voice actor was 6 when the show started, so he's hammy in the sense only little kids are. He even does his own soap opera (which are usually hammy), doubling the amount of Ham.
- Mix-and-Match Critter: Physically, a humanoid blue cat with ladybug wings.
- As a baby, he has the form of an insectoid larva, was discovered in the same garden as the Aeon Worm, and his massive, slimy pupal form seems to indicate relation to the Aeon Worm, explaining his dimension-jumping.
- No Indoor Voice: Again, his voice actor was 6 when the show debuted, so he has a child's level of volume control.
- Older Than They Look: Despite what his short size and 6-year-old voice might indicate, he's actually 10 years old (potentially older, depending on his larval lifespan).
- Shapeshifter Baggage: He manages to spin a massive cocoon in a single night and still has enough time and matter to fully metamorphise by the break of dawn.
- Shoo Out the Clowns: Is only present in "The Parasox Pub" for the Emotion Lord to possess and isn't at all present in the two part season finale after being fairly prominent for most of the season. Unsurprisingly, the episodes are the darkest the series has gotten so far.
- Reality Ensues: In "Jelly Kid Forever", he gruesomely kills Jelly Kid to "catch him for Danny" and is rather cheerful about it the next morning, reminding us that as cute as he may be, he's still part-cat.
- Ridiculously Cute Critter: Mix-and-Match Critter of two cute animals with the voice and personality of a Cheerful Child? You betcha.
Catbug's Soap Opera Characters
Catbug's Soap Within a Show characters. Sir Jeffers is a stick, Rebecca is a potato, and Chad is a dead rat.
- Love Triangle: Rebecca is getting married to Chad, but also loves Sir Jeffers. Except not really. But yes really.
- Informed Attractiveness: Rebecca is "the prettiest girl in Bwookwin."
- Master of the Mixed Message: Rebecca simultaneously loves Jeffers, does not love Jeffers, and loves Jeffers' brother Chad.
- Also, in a platonic sense, Chad both explicitly tells Jeffers he is not invited to his wedding, and sincerely asks Jeffers to be his best man.
- Nice Guy: Jeffers is pretty okay with being the best man to his true love's wedding.
- Punctuated! For! Emphasis!.
- Sibling Rivalry: Between Sir Jeffers and Chad.
The Paralysed Horse
Beth's childhood horse who has been paralysed since he discovered the meaning of the universe at least 10 years ago. He appears at the end of the episode "Catbug". In "Aeon Worm", he and Beth enter the See-Through Zone and finds himself finally able to speak aloud to Beth and move through telekinesis. Eventually, however, he pulls a Heroic Sacrifice to allow Beth to escape the See-Through Zone.
However, in "Season of the Mitch", he is revealed to still be alive, and possesses Hamster Mitch to save Beth from Ralph Waldo Pickle Chips. He is shown again, back in his own body, at the end of the episode.
- Amplified Animal Aptitude: Emphasis on amplified, big time.
- And I Must Scream: He has been paralyzed, yet retains completely cognizant. He manages to overcome this psychically in the Zone, although by the end of the episode, he has succumbed to eternally fighting the Aeon Worm to keep Beth safe.
- Badass Beard: Uses his Psychic Powers to grow one, along with a "mean-ass hairdo".
- Badass Boast/Pre-Asskicking One-Liner:Paralysed Horse: Swifter than the leopards, more fierce than the evening wolves. Fear me. For when armoured by [Beth's] love, I possess the strength to fight a god.
- Big Damn Heroes: Shows up just in time to save Beth from the Aeon Worm in "Season of the Mitch", though he ends up being helped by Danny.
- Captain's Log/Internal Monologue: His monologues (aka "Paralyzed Horse's Log") take this form.
- Cool Horse
- Frozen Face: Even after he gets Psychic Powers in the See-Through Zone that allow him to move again, his face is still paralyzed.
- Go Mad from the Revelation: Discovering the meaning of the universe and eternity caused him to go catatonic.
- Handicapped Badass
- Heroic Sacrifice: To save Beth from the titular worm at the end of "Aeon Worm".
- Subverted in "Season of the Mitch", where he is seen alive and well and shows up just in time to save the day.
- Humble Hero: Discovered the meaning of the universe and can see through eternity, developed psychic abilities in the see through zone and was able to keep The Aeon Worm busy, if not actually draw him into a stalemate and yet, in his own words, "he is just a horse".
- Meaningful Echo:Paralysed Horse: For I am just a horse.
- Mind over Matter: In "Aeon Worm," as a side effect of the See-Through Zone.
- Sealed Evil in a Duel: The nature of his Heroic Sacrifice. He can't seem to actually harm the worm, but it's not exactly landing any blows on him, either.
- Undying Loyalty: He's willing to fight an Eldritch Abomination for eternity to protect Beth.
- The Power of Love: He claims that Beth's love is what enables him to fight the Aeon Worm.
- The Worf Effect: His Big Damn Heroes moment during "Season of the Mitch" doesn't last long because Mitch's Hamster Shield has no effect on Beth's Holo-Kitty.
A mysterious being made of jelly that creates toast. Danny befriends him during a period of amnesia, but he escapes through the window by the end of that episode. He isn't seen again until "Mexican Touchdown", where Danny rescues him from the intergalactic pound. After his death in "Jelly Kid Forever", he was resurrected and left the group.
- Disney Death: Despite being beheaded by Catbug in "Jelly Kid Forever", he returns to life by the end of that episode.
- From a Single Cell: His entire species is able to regenerate from any injury, provided that an immortality-inducing force doesn't get in the way of his body's natural processes. He's even able to survive being beheaded by Catbug and rotting for several days.
- Our Monsters Are Weird: Well, Aliens at any rate, but still, a toast-making jelly monster is pretty weird.
- Phrase Catcher: "Jelly Kid, Noooo!" Said at first by Danny following his Screw This, I'm Outta Here! moment, and later again in "Jelly Kid Forever".
- Put on a Bus: By way of Screw This, I'm Outta Here! in "Memory Donk".
- The Bus Came Back: However, Danny rescues him in "Mexican Touchdown"... And then he leaves again in "Jelly Kid Forever".
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: In "Memory Donk", he jumps out of the bus window, using a piece of toast as a parachute.
- Ungrateful Bastard: No matter how nice Danny is to him, he always ditches him, even after he brings him back to life in "Jelly Kid Forever". Averted in "From the Inside Room" where he spends thousands of years anonymously giving Danny bread and emotional support during his time in the Opticon time prison.
- The Voiceless: Only ever makes a "pshoo!" noise whenever he summons a piece of toast.
- Walking Spoiler: His appearance in Season 2 is initially treated as a big twist.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: Isn't seen after "Memory Donk" until "Mexican Touchdown", where he plays a part in Season 2, for a couple of episodes at least.
- You Are Better Than You Think You Are: He gives Danny pieces of bread with a message written on it to lend him emotional support during Danny's thousands of years in time jail. It simply reads, "You are a Bravest Warrior." It's all Danny needs.
Friends, Allies and Other Peeps
The Emotion Lord/Chris Kirkman
A crazy old man who, as is typical for an Emotion Lord, can bend time and space to his will. He's actually a 200-year old Chris from the future.
- Batman Gambit: Uses a complicated one in Gas-Powered Stick: he gives Impossibear the titular stick then when Impossibear later tires of it and throws it, it turns into a tree with a peach which Chris eats, with its pit lodging itself in Chris' head, giving Chris x-ray vision... until Plum removes the peach pit shortly after with a kiss.
- Badass Longcoat: The 90-year-old Emotion Lord in his prime wears a longcoat version of Chris' usual outfit.
- Bald of Awesome: His first two episodes. (Well, he doesn't think it's so awesome.)
- Cloudcuckoolander: Is almost completely out of synch with reality.
- Cool Old Guy: The image on the right features his 200-year-old persona.
- Does Not Like Shoes: He seems to want to avoid any "Temporal Pair-of-Socks" for whatever reason.
- Eccentric Mentor: Emphasis on "eccentric" with the "mentor" part Downplayed.
- Expy: Of Q
- FaceHeel Turn: After realizing only one Chris can be Beth's mate, they begin to kill each other.
- Finishing Eachothers Sentences: With himselves, going over their plan in "Parasox Pub." Yes, that was meant to be plural. This is in fact another case of My Future Self and Me, so that means that he's had that exact plan memorized for centuries on end.
- Future Badass: His 3,000-year-old self is a bodybuilder.
- Glowing Eyes: When his powers activate his eyes glow.
- My Future Self and Me: With Chris.
- Master of the Mixed Message: Talking with Word Salad Humour, he's the reigning king. Of course, it's all for a good cause. He might cause a Temporal Parasox!
- Naked People Are Funny: Shows up naked towards the end of "Emotion Lord".
- Obfuscating Stupidity: Most of the time, he talks in Non Sequitur and loves every minute of it. But rest assured, he has moments when his Stepford Smile gets wiped clean off.
- Reality Warper: Can do pretty much anything he wants, from making the team barf up cashews to giving Beth a tail.
- Sad Clown: A senile goofball who uses his reality warping powers to confuse and prank the people he meets. And according to The Parasox Pub, he's utterly miserable and hates who he's become.
- Stealth Hi/Bye: Has a tendency to randomly appear and disappear.
- Gainax Ending: Is actually powerful and crazy enough to invoke this.
- Stealth Mentor: It's implied he's one for Chris.
- Stepford Smiler: He really misses Beth in Ultimate Wankershim, resulting in this, which Chris sees as a bad omen.
- Trickster Mentor: Seems to be heading this direction with Chris.
- Wholesome Crossdresser: Several of them in the Parasox Pub are dressed as women. In another episode he is seen in a slave bikini.
- Wild Hair: Grows out his hair when Chris is convinced to take Vitamin B12 regularly in Lavarinth.
A merewif who lives in the lake surrounding the Warriors' invisible base and their closest friend.
- Ascended Extra: In the comics, appearing in most major arcs, and in Season Two of the show from "Mexican Touchdown" onwards.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Sweet, if somewhat overly honest and out of sorts with the Warriors way of doing things, but in only two athus far she's been the only being to rattle The Emotion Lord at all in "Gas-Powered Stick" and gone One-Winged Angel, easily defeating the villain of the week in "Mexican Touchdown".
- Blush Sticker: She has permanent ones.
- Brutal Honesty: Tells Danny she's not attracted to him at all in "Mexican Touchdown" after he spends an entire episode getting himself horribly maimed to impress her.
- Cruel to Be Kind: In "Merewif Tag" she sabotages Beth and Chris's relationship under orders from The Concierge, telling her that it is for the best.
- Dude Magnet: Gets all of the guys' attention.
- Friends with Benefits: She and Chris seem to have this relationship as they've admitted to casually making out lots of times, but don't seem to actually be in a relationship.
- Gender Bender: Beth sees a male version of her in "Hamster Priest" when she's jumping through dimensions.
- Green-Skinned Space Babe: Has grey skin.
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: Has the ability to make people forget things due to being part memory donk. This ability is demonstrated in issue 14 of the comic and in "Mexican Touchdown, where she uses said ability on Danny.
- Ms. Fanservice: Lampshaded in-universe.
- Multicolored Hair: Has purple hair with pink highlights in the front.note
- Official Couple: With Chris towards the end of the series' 4th season.
- One-Winged Angel: A twisted version of her with Glowing Eyes of Doom, lots of fangs, and Combat Tentacles for arms shows up in a premonition Chris has in "Ultra Wankershim", but it isn't revealed to be her One-Winged Angel form until she actually uses it in "Mexican Touchdown".
- Our Mermaids Are Different:
- She's a merewif, a race of aliens who have a lot of similarities to mermaids. She can switch between your standard mermaid tail while in water and a pair of legs while on land.
- She can also transform into a multitentacled, memory erasing, One-Winged Angel form. Though as it turns out, that is due to her being part memory donk.
- Painting the Medium: Her second personality's text is done in an old fashioned font in the comics.
- Pet the Dog: After rejecting Danny and seeing him suicidally rush forward due to "not having any reason to live anymore" in "Mexican Touchdown", she leaps in to save him with her One-Winged Angel form, erases his memory of her doing it, then gives him all the credit for the victory.
- The Pollyanna:
- She's extremely cheerful and so far has only been anything but twice: when Impossibear whacks her legs with his Gas-Powered Stick for no reason and when she glares at the Emotion Lord.
- Although, that second one may have been her other personality...
- Punny Name: Her name might or might not be a play on "Plumb the Depths"... more likely, it's just to do with her purple colour scheme.
- Running Gag: Guys noticing her "clappy little pig hands", which she responds with an annoyed expression.
- Sharing a Body: With the ancient personality contained in her second brain.
- Ship Tease: Surprisingly, with Beth in some of the comics.
- Sixth Ranger: She's most often seen with the team and helps them on missions, but she's technically not a member of the Bravest Warriors.
- Spare Body Parts: Has two brains, each containing a different personality, as we see in "Gas-Powered Stick" and demonstrated in the comics.
- The Tease: She flirts a lot with Chris and in one episode of season four, after they pretend he's her fiancé to stop her father from marrying her off, Plum even says the marriage offer is still on the table if he wants it to be. At the same time, her exact feelings are unclear since the Concierge has reluctantly convinced her to ruin a possible relationship between Beth and Chris. Either way, she gets a lot of Ship Tease with Chris.
- Crazy Jealous Guy: Doesn't like anyone getting close to Wallow, especially Gale.
- Cross-Dressing Voices: Is a male, but is voiced by Maria Bamford.
- Murder the Hypotenuse: Does this to Gale in "Time Slime" in the doomed timeline.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: After playing a decently large role in first episode, he disappears for the rest of the first season. Word of God says he'll make a return in the second season.
- Ultimately, Pixel only gets mentioned, with Wallow claiming he's in time-out in the data-cloud before losing his arm.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: His murder of Gale manages to enrage the generator to the point that it kills everyone.
- Badass Baritone: When we finally here him speak in "Merewif Tag".
- Early-Bird Cameo: He made two small cameos in the episode "Emotion Lord" before he was introduced.
- Kid from the Future: He is Plum's future son.
- Leitmotif: A short four-tone riff plays each time the Emotion Lord speaks to him, mentions him, or when he appears on-screen.
- Not-So-Imaginary Friend: Usually only the Emotion Lord is able to see him. At the end of Lavarinth Danny and Wallow see him disappear. In "Merewif Tag", he is seen communicating to Plum.
- Suddenly Voiced: In "Merewif Tag" he's shown talking with Plum.
- Time Police: It's revealed in Merewif Tag that he is actively changing Chris's future in order to fix Plum's damaged timeline. In "Nice Day to Start Again", it's revealed he's doing this because Plum is his mother in the future.
- Vocal Dissonance: Has a surprisingly deep voice for a creature of his stature.
- You Gotta Have Purple Hair
Himmel MancheeseA genderless jellyfish like creature who is initially a friend of the Emotion Lord. Almost immediately after his first encounter, he and Wallow become fast friends, and he soon hangs around the Bravest Warriors as a supporting cast member.
- Artificial Limbs: Makes one for Wallow after he loses his. He becomes Wallow's full limb after putting himself into the arm at the cost of his original body to save them both.
- Ascended Extra: He gets a Day in the Limelight in season 3 that gives him a close friendship with Wallow that blossoms into romance. He's also now technically present in all episodes after that due to putting his essence into Wallow's arm to save them both.
- Bizarre Alien Biology: Reguarly swallows people hole, can apparently eat, and can also have sex with a being (or something close to it, anyway) by said enveloping
- Cartoon Creature: he's some kind of weird blob thing.
- Evil All Along: Is revealed to be a wanted criminal in the season 4 finale.
- Intelligible Unintelligible: Everyone else understands him just fine.
- Interspecies Romance: Initially with Queen Linda, then with Wallow, both in Himmel Mancheese.
- No Gender: Though everyone uses "He and him" prounouns he has none biologically.
- Official Couple: With Wallow of all people as of "Himmel Mancheese"
- Put on a Bus: He travels back into the future being chased by Future Wallow.
- What the Hell, Hero?: Though we don't hear his side he calls Wallow out for his commitment issues and Setting Himmel up for a dating website despite clearly having feelings for the blob.
- Ascended Fangirl: A fan of the team who gets to fight alongside her heroes.
- Anime Hair: Most of her head is shaved but the hair she does have sticks straight up and has partions in it.
- Canon Foreigner
- Crazy-Prepared: Built robots for each of the warriors on the off chance she'd meet them.
- Green-Skinned Space Babe: Has orange skin.
- Humongous Mecha: Creates a bunch of them for the warriors based on their animals...
- Combining Mecha: That combine into one giant fighting machine.
- Official Couple: With Plum in the comics. Most of their time together when they first meet is laced with sexual tension and Plum leaves Peach her number before they part. They write to each other while they're apart, and kiss upon meeting up again.
- Refusal of the Call: The warriors offer to bring them home with her but she refuses for the moment.
- Theme Naming: An aquatic alien with a fruit based name starting with P, like Plum.
- Wrench Wench
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair
- An Axe to Grind: Wallow's mother has an axe.
- Cool Sword: Chris's dad has a lightning shaped sword.
- Huge Girl, Tiny Guy: Wallow's parents.
- Lookalike Lovers: Chris's parents.
- Precursor Heroes: To the Bravest Warriors.
- Sealed Good in a Can: They're trapped in the See-Through Zone.
- Strong Family Resemblance: Chris's and Danny's parents look very similar to them. Wallow looks mostly like his mother.
Villains, Monsters and Assorted Jerks
Reverend Ralph Waldo Pickle Chips/Johnny Tezuka
A worshipper of the Aeon Worm and a man mysteriously referred to in the note Beth received from the Seethrough Zone. He turns out to be Beth's father and the original leader of the Courageous Battlers. He sealed the Aeon Worm, along with countless other villains, in the See-Though Zone to begin with, but since then, he has fallen prey to the brainwashing of the Aeon Worm and becomes a mindless devotee.
In "Hamster Priest", despite being locked up by Beth and the Bravest Warriors, he is revealed to be the Big Bad of Season 2, and has been brainwashing hamsters into joining his cult. He eventually faces off with Beth, Wallow and Danny in "Season of the Mitch", having created an army of hamsters and now with the Aeon Worm as his sticker pet. He is eventually defeated by Danny smashing apart the dome over his head with a stick.
Keep in mind that the spoilers below may be from the comics as well as the web series.
- Abusive Parents: Offering his teenage daughter up as the bride of an Eldritch Abomination is certainly abusive.
- Archnemesis Dad: He served as one to Beth in season 2, what with trying to get her impregnated by the Aeon Worm and all.
- Asian and Nerdy: He's a brilliant scientist.
- Big Bad: He ends up being the main antagonist of Season 2 once he begins brainwashing the hamsters into his cult in "Hamster Priest". He also confessed to sending the other Courageous Battlers to the See-Through Zone in "From The Inside Room."
- Brainwashed: By the Aeon Worm, to the extent that he has to be locked up after Beth rescues him from the See-Though Zone.
- More Than Mind Control: The comics reveal that he slowly but surely gave his will over to the worm, though he clearly was reluctant to use his daughter as a guinea pig. It's implied the worm's influence gradually overtook his.
- Body Horror: In "Season of the Mitch" his face and body are covered in horrible blisters once he's made the worm his sticker pet.
- Clap Your Hands If You Believe: Uses the belief of his brainwashed hamster congregation to summon the worm as a sticker pet in "Season of the Mitch".
- Cult: He is the leader of one devoted to the Aeon Worm in "Aeon Worm" and has begun a new one with the hamsters in "Hamster Priest".
- Deal with the Devil: The comics reveal that he let the Aeon Worm feed off Beth's emotions, and unbeknownst to Ralph at the time use her as his queen, in exchange for increasing Ralph's knowledge and bringing the Courageous Battlers to greatness.
- The Dragon: He serves as one to the Aeon Worm.
- Et Tu, Brute?: After his HeelFace Turn, he casually confesses that he was the one who betrayed his fellow Courageous Battlers and is responsible for their being trapped. He does tell Danny they can be saved as he's taken away by Opticon guards.
- Fallen Hero: As Beth's father, he was the former leader of the Courageous Battlers, but he's since been completely brainwashed by the Aeon Worm and now seeks to summon him.
- The comics reveal that he was slowly led to the dark side by the worm, even giving him a way out of the See-Through Zone through Beth.
- HeelFace Turn: Revealed to have turned away from his evil ways in "From The Inside Room". He'd served thousands of years in the Time Opticon and changed his name back to Johnny Tezuka. And he even supports Danny during HIS thousand years in the Opticon, willingly adding thousands of years to his own sentence to stop it from happening to Danny instead.
- Knight of Cerebus: Granted, he still has his share of silly traits, but the episodes that feature him as the Big Bad, especially "Season of The Worm" and "Season of the Mitch", are some of the darkest in the series.
- Kubrick Stare: At the end of "Hamster Priest".
- Madness Mantra/Catchphrase: He and his fellow worm worshippers (along with the hamsters he ends up brainwashing) share "Never Doubt The Worm".
Mitch: I am a proud, majestic horse... And I doubt the worm!
- Mangled Catch Phrase: Played for drama in "Season of the Mitch" with Mitch:
- Mind-Control Eyes: His eyes are round and wide.
- Mr. Seahorse: The comics indicate that Beth doesn't have a mother, and that Mr. Tezuka was pregnant for nine months before giving birth to his daughter.
- Mouth of Sauron: Implied to be one for the Aeon Worm.
- Precursor Heroes: The Leader of the Courageous Battlers.
- Religion of Evil: Runs one worshiping The Aeon Worm, though it's implied the worm brainwashes its worshippers. This is proven in "Hamster Priest" when Ralph Waldo Pickle Chips himself begins brainwashing the hamsters in his cell into the cult.
- Truly Single Parent: Beth reveals that he had a "pregnancy license" and created & raised her on his own.
- Walking Spoiler: Not so much his worship of the Aeon Worm but the fact he's Beth's father for "Aeon Worm" and the main villain of Season 2 for "Hamster Priest".
The Aeon Worm
- Eldritch Abomination: Implied to have become one.
- Greater-Scope Villain: Of Season 2.
- More Teeth than the Osmond Family: Has a large mouth full of fangs.
- Religion of Evil: Has one under its control, led by Reverend Pickle Chips.
- Sand Worm: Resembles one, although it's purple.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: The Can being the See-Through Zone.
- Sealed Evil in a Duel: He is kept at bay by the Paralysed Horse as of the end of "Aeon Worm", the Season 1 finale. As of "Season of the Mitch", the finale of Season 2, the duel seems to be over.
- Stronger with Age: The Aeon Worm started off even smaller than Catbug, but in 10 years' time became massive.
- The Voiceless: Other than horrifying growls. Most of its will is done though its followers.
- Weaksauce Weakness: In "Season of the Mitch", in his sticker form, simply rubbing the sticker gets rid of him, as does taking it off Ralph.
- You Cannot Grasp the True Form: Horse warns not to look at it; for "its grotesque splendor is more than human minds can endure."
- Bad "Bad Acting": He tries to impersonate people, he's just really, really horrible at it, with all of his voices being obviously his.
- Eldritch Abomination: Resembles one, what with his possession related abilities and general look.
- I Just Want to Have Friends: He's lonely from years of isolation and wants to make friends, but he doesn't realize that capturing people and controlling them isn't the best way to do so.
- I Resemble That Remark!: When Chris tells him that turning people into his puppets is disrespectful to life, he angrily replies that he is respectful to life and then uses Wallow to scratch his face because it's itchy.
- Monster of the Week: For the Puppetyville Horror
- No Name Given: It's never given a name.
- Puppeteer Parasite: Literally, as he uses anyone he captures as a puppet and even does the voices himself.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Was exiled to an isolated asteroid the warriors stopped to pee on, due to being a threat to the universe.
- Suddenly SHOUTING!: What, besides the crimes against the universe, makes Chris and co decide to GTFO.
- Talking the Monster to Death: He easily overpowers Chris, the last of the warriors not held by the creature, so Chris opts for this and gives him the opportunity to leave and make real friends. Once the creature reveals that he was imprisoned on the asteroid for "crimes against the universe", however, Chris and the others immediately hightail it out of there.
- Yandere: Refuses to let those it captures leave. He has a pile of skeletons.
- Arc Villain: Of the comics first arc. Notable for being the first villain the team fought period.
- Canon Foreigner
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Annhilates the warriors when they first face her.
- HeelFace Turn: Once everything's said and done Chris helps restore her popularity and convince her she dosen't need to be evil to regain it.
- Dead Guy Puppet: Uses the warriors skulls as this.
- Fluffy the Terrible: She resembles a rotten piece of celery in her actual form.
- Nice Guy: He's seems to be one to Chris, but reveals to him that he's an Emotion Lord. And he was simply making Chris hesitant to kill him.
- Subsequent seasons play this straight. He's shown to meet with Chris socially from time to time. He seems to harbor no ill will towards Chris for what happened at the Parasox Pub, and even returns the heat-sensitive sticker he left there.
- Wardens Are Evil: Zig-Zagged He's set up to be evil, but is revealed to be a really good guy. Then it's revealed he really was evil.
- His pleasant meetings with Chris and general helpfulness in subsequent seasons seem to retroactively indicate that he was Good All Along.