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A list of the protagonists, antagonists, and other characters found in the RP Cardboard Chronicles.

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  • Barrier Warrior: Can create powerful barriers of condensed Chaos Energy that can be used offensively.
  • Companion Cube: Is a cardboard box with a cartoonish face on one side.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Sacrifices herself at the beginning to save Curious' life.
  • Literal Split Personality: Boxy was manifested out of Curious' loneliness to act as a companion of sorts.
  • The Lost Lenore: For Curious, as her main goal has been to find a way of bringing Boxy back.
  • She's Back: Returns during the Hell Arc to protect Curious from the Crawling Chaos.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": The jury's still out as to whether her name is "Boxy" or "Boxxy".


  • The Ace: One of the strongest and most-skilled characters in the story.
  • Author Avatar: Of wolf.spider, a commentator on the Spinny forum and one of the three main contributors to the story.
  • Conveniently an Orphan: Real parents are unknown while adopted parents died (accidentally by his hands) a long time ago.
  • Gender Bender: In the sequel, Rough Draft, Robert becomes able to shift between being biologically male and female to fit his/her mindset.
  • Genius Bruiser: Robert's smart and cunning, and also a skilled warrior.
  • Kung-Fu Wizard: On top of a natural ability to use chaos energy and a learned ability to use order energy, wolf.spider also has a fairly extensive knowledge of martial arts.
  • Interspecies Romance: In Rough Draft it's revealed he had a one-night stand with a nine-tailed fox that left him saddled with seven Half-Human Hybrid children. Due to said nine-tailed fox being a manipulative sadist, however, Robert wants nothing to do with her even though she claims to be trying to change for the better.
  • Last of His Kind: Believed himself to be one of, if not the last surviving member of the Chaos Lineage for much of the story. until it's revealed there were several other survivors.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: Robert is revealed to be Kitty's father late into Cardboard Chronicles.
  • Older Than They Look: He/she's been around since the Roman era, but his/her age doesn't start catching up until the time of Rough Draft.
  • Split Personalities: Appears to have a less nice secondary personality, though possibly a ruse to trick opponents.
  • Teleportation: Rediscovered the ancient Chaos Lineage's Instantaneous Movement Technique.
  • This Is a Drill: His ultimate finisher is forming an intense vortex of Chaos and Order Energy around his sword and stabbing it into his enemy.
  • Yin-Yang Bomb: One of the few to successfully combine Order and Chaos Energy.


  • Missing Mom: Was told her parents left her at an orphanage. It later turns out her mom, Kate, was imprisoned.
  • Orphanage of Fear: Like Curious, she was raised in one and indoctrinated to serve the Red King with absolute obedience.
  • Praetorian Guard: Is Croco's bodyguard.



  • Retgone: Was erased from existence by the TBI at the end of the Hell arc.
  • The Soulless: Initially he is this due to it being split between Asura and Deva and sealed in the Soul Jewel.
  • Trapped in Another World: He's from a completely different universe and has no way of getting home.
  • Vague Age: Somewhere between his mid teens and early 20's.


Soul Jewel


  • Energy Absorption: In his Chaos Acolyte body he can absorb Chaos Energy.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Even Asura had people he cared about, but they died a long time ago.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Man-eating monster though he may be, Asura never killed a child if he could avoid it.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Deva, his polar opposite. Who is even worse than he is.
  • Extra Eyes: Has six eyes in his Chaos Acolyte body.
  • Extreme Omnivore: He prefers living things, but will eat just about anything to get at them.
  • Expy: His transhuman body is this to Eva Unit-01, his knight body is this to Nightmare and Berserker Guts, and his Chaos Acolyte form is part Xenomorph and part Godzilla.
  • Fangs Are Evil: As a side effect of the Jewel's power as well as magic, Asura gives himself fangs to facilitate his carnivorous diet.
  • A Form You Are Comfortable With: Uses glamour magic to alter his host's appearance to that of his original body, though it can't hide the degeneration caused by the Soul Jewel.
  • Freudian Excuse: Maintains that he has one, even though he can't remember what it is.
  • A God Am I: Theoretically he has the power of a god, but lacks a host that can properly utilize it without degenerating.
  • Good Lips, Evil Jaws: Has this dynamic with Deva once his host body degenerates enough for its lips to rot away.
  • Healing Factor: His cybernetic armour can electrically stimulate cellular regeneration using advanced nanotechnology.
  • The Heartless: Was born out of North's bloodlust, rage, and desire for revenge and power.
  • Hellish Pupils: His pupils are vertical slits.
  • Heroic RRoD: A villainous variant. He continuously floods his body with the Soul Jewel's power until it gives out on him.
  • Hungry Menace: His hosts' degeneration can only be mitigated by consuming other living things, including humans.
  • I Hate Past Me: He utterly loathes his human self.
  • Instant Allegiance Artifact: The red Soul Jewel functions as one since it houses Asura's soul.
  • Ironic Hell: Just as it seems Asura is going to achieve his desire of becoming a god, Templeton obliterates him and what's left is imprisoned in Tartarus.
  • Leaking Can of Evil: He can possess whoever holds the Soul Jewel.
  • Mind Hive: While the unnamed knight forms the core of Asura's consciousness, he is a composite of fragments from the countless hosts he's had over the millennia — most of which have been predatory animals and monsters. As a result, he underwent Sanity Slippage — furthered by Deva torturing him.
  • More Teeth than the Osmond Family: His teeth become fangs, and after his host's cheeks and lips rot away he's left with this.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Manifests four extra arms out of whatever armour his host happens to be wearing, although these are weaker than his real arms. In his Chaos Acolyte body, however, they're part of him and just as strong as his main ones.
  • New Powers as the Plot Demands: His abilities changed drastically over the course of the story.
  • No-Sell: Is immune to the Timepiece's Time Stop function.
  • Our Liches Are Different: While he's not undead, his soul is contained within the red Soul Jewel and takes over anyone who possesses it for an unspecified period of time.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: His bangs are long enough to partially obscure his eyes.
  • Pet the Dog: Has rare moments of what could be construed as compassion.
  • Physical God: The orignal purpose of the Soul Jewel was to empower heroes, but Asura twists it to his own purposes in an attempt to become this.
  • Possession Burnout: The Soul Jewel's power corrodes his host's body, forcing him to stave it off by consuming additional biomass or claiming a new host.
  • Power Crystal: The red Soul Jewel is usually embedded in his chest.
  • Power Degeneration: Due to the Soul Jewel's instability, it floods his host body with its overwhelming power, which causes it to corrode over time. The only way he can stave it off is by consuming biomass or acquiring a new, preferably stronger host.
  • Primal Stance: As he sheds his humanoid appearance in his Chaos Acolyte body he starts walking on all fours.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: When in a human host he has black hair and sclera, and glowing red irises and pupils, and his flesh is burnt black by overdrawing on the Soul Jewel's power. In his Chaos Acolyte body, his Battle Aura becomes black and red as well.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: The irises of his host turn blood red, and as the capillaries in his eyes burst they become solid red. In his Chaos Acolyte body his sclera and pupils are solid red and his irises are glowing white.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: The villainous half of a Sealed Badass in a Can. Whatever was left of his humanity is long gone and not missed.
  • Sealed Evil in a Six Pack: If the Soul Jewel is broken the shards can take over multiple hosts and will attempt to reconstitute themselves.
  • Semi-Divine: Asura has been infused with the power of the Soul Jewel, which was created by the gods of his world, but he seeks to become fully divine.
  • Soul Jar: Asura's consciousness is contained within the aptly-named Soul Jewel, and takes over those who try to use it.
  • Super Empowering: He can imbue others with the Soul Jewel's power.
  • Super Soldier: His favourite host body, as it came equipped with a suit of Powered Armor and Energy Weapons.
  • Teleportation: His cybernetic armour is equipped with a mid-range quantum transporter.
  • Too Powerful to Live: His ultimate goal was to become a god, and he came close to doing so with the Soul Jewel's limitless power, which is why he was killed.
  • Tragic Monster: As more of his backstory is revealed, he wasn't always a bloodthirsty monster with a god complex.
  • Transformation of the Possessed: Compatable hosts will be transformed by the Soul Jewel's power instead of degenerating.
  • Volcanic Veins: Has glowing red ones when his host is human and degenerating, though in his transhuman body they are Tron Lines.
  • Was Once a Man: He was once human, though rage, bloodlust, and desire for power have twisted him into a monster.


  • Battle Aura: Deva's Soul Jewel wreathes his body in blue-white energy.
  • Body Surf: As his consciousness is contained in the Soul Jewel, he possesses whoever possesses it.
  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Deva's half of the Soul Jewel is blue, as is his Battle Aura.
  • Energy Being: Attempts to turn himself into a living kugelblitz.
  • Evil Counterpart: Inverted; Deva is the good counterpart to Asura. Or so it seems.
  • God Guise: Intimidates the time-warped denizens of what was once Egypt into worshipping him and Scylla as warrior gods, with himself in the vein of Ares.
  • Godhood Seeker: Deva quickly developed a god-complex long before Asura did, but it isn't until Sanity Slippage starts hitting him that he attempts to apotheose into a god.
  • Good Is Not Nice: Deva seems to be an OK person... as long as he doesn't consider you to be evil or your name isn't Asura. Then he'll show no mercy whatsoever.
  • Incorruptible Pure Pureness: States that he represents the "good" side of North's soul.
  • Kame Hame Hadoken: How he fires off his Ki Manipulation.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: After assuming Asura's identity and taking over an amorphous Chaos Acolyte, he shapes it into a Draconic Abomination with six arms and six eyes.
  • Mystical White Hair: Uses glamour to make his hosts' hair as white as Asura's is black, though he keeps it combed and tied back.
  • Necessarily Evil: What he considers the act of taking over another's body to be.
  • Our Liches Are Different: While he's not undead, his soul is contained within the blue Soul Jewel and takes over anyone who possesses it for a prolonged period of time.
  • The Sadist: Deva tortured Asura into madness in an attempt to corrode his humanity and turn him into a monster fit to be slain, making a point of murdering anyone Asura attempted to befriend or even help.
  • Sanity Slippage: After claiming Asura's half of the Soul Jewel for himself, he becomes affected by the same torrent of rage and hatred and predatory instincts that Asura had succumbed to.
  • Sealed Good in a Can: Is assimilated by Asura to unify the Soul Jewel, but loses their Sealed Evil in a Duel and is subjugated and buried deep in the recesses of Asura's mind.
  • Semi-Divine: Like Asura, Deva is sealed within a wellspring of divine power.
  • Soul Jar: Deva's consciousness is contained within the aptly-named Soul Jewel, and takes over those who try to use it.
  • Tron Lines: His transhuman body has blue ones.
  • True Companions: Much as he might deny it, he considers Scylla to be this.
  • The Unfettered: Claims he started off as being Lawful Good to the point of being Lawful Stupid, but became this in order to better fight Asura.
  • Villain with Good Publicity: Deva tricked Templeton and the TBI into picking a fight with Asura, but is the one responsible for Asura's descent into madness in the first place - having tortured him for centuries out of displaced self-loathing.
  • Winged Humanoid: Has four wings with three-fingered claws on them.
  • Would Hurt a Child: One of Asura's hosts was a young teenaged girl. Asura refuses to divulge how Deva killed her, but it is the root of his Roaring Rampage of Revenge.




  • Bad Boss: Is not above brutally punishing his servants for their failure.
  • Belly Mouth: When the Crawling Chaos takes over him he develops one.
  • Big Bad: Of the first couple of arcs.
  • Demonic Possession: Was manipulated by the Crawling Chaos into becoming a host for it.
  • Disk-One Final Boss: After his defeat it's revealed there are far more powerful entities than him in existence.
  • Super Mode: Uses powerful armor and crystal augmentations at the end to increase his power.


  • The Dragon: He is Kenshin's top enforcer and was extremely loyal to him almost to the end.
  • Eaten Alive: By Kenshin while he was under the Crawling Chaos' influence.
  • Heavy Sleeper: And it doesn't help that Zodi dumps his caffeine pills down the sink as a prank.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He abandoned Kenshin to his fate at the very end of the Kenshin Arc. Whether he will ultimately become a good guy, remain a villain, or become an anti-hero is for now uncertain.
  • Not a Morning Person: Or an Afternoon Person, or an Evening Person... he really doesn't like being woken up.
  • Sleepyhead: Can be most often found taking a nap, even in the middle of a fight.

    The Shadow 

  • Token Good Teammate: Is this for Kenshin's group, only having joined it to protect Curious from the inside.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: She's trying to protect Curious, even if it means driving her insane.
  • Your Soul Is Mine: After severing her connection to Curious she sustains herself by assimilating ghosts.


Other Villains

    Wrong Wolf Clone # 623 


  • Bad Boss: It has been shown at least once that Draelia/Eve will not hesitate to dispose of a pawn once she believes that they serve a greater purpose out of her way.
  • Big Bad: It has been hinted heavily that Eve/Draelia will in the future become a very dangerous threat.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Was the one who facilitated the Demon Kins' transformation into the Chaos Acolytes.
  • Hidden Agenda Villain: While we have seen her on screen and her motives have been suggested, we don't really know anything for certain about Eve. Her few claims of motive seem to go against her actual actions.

The Red Kingdom


    Prince Croco 

Chaos Lineage

Chaos Warriors


  • Cast from Lifespan: One of her necromantic techniques involves infusing a soul with her life force to more-or-less bring it back to life, which shortens her life span and if the soul sustains fatal injuries it is destroyed.
  • Necromancer: Has a variety of spells that can bring back the dead.


  • Action Girl: Can hold her own in combat and gives Kitty and Curious a few pointers.
  • Battle Couple: She was Wolf.Spider's wife, and fights alongside him after they're reunited.
  • Teleportation: She can use IMT, but isn't as skilled at it as Wolf.Spider.

Demon Kin


  • Big Good: Is the one who founded the Chaos Warriors and helped end the Great War by sealing away the Chaos Acolytes.
  • Cain and Abel: Is the Abel to Scylla's Cain. Or is she...?
  • Older Than They Look: While she looks pretty old, she's actually thousands of years old and one of the last surviving members of an ancient clan of Chaos Warriors pejoratively called the Demon Kin.
  • Not Quite Dead: She is seemingly killed by Charybdis, but managed to escape thanks to Draelia's intervention.
  • Red Baron: Is known as the Grand Witch of the Black Swamp.

    The War Chief 

  • The Ace: Was revered as the strongest Demon Kin of his era, and his death sparked the decline of his people.
  • Papa Wolf: Is Scylla's and the Grand Witch's father, and threaten his kids at your peril.
  • Teleportation: He can use the Instantanious Movement Technique, and is even more skilled at it than wolf.spider.

    Cloaked Chaos King 

    Masked Chaos King 

    Fat Chaos King 

  • Asshole Victim: Has one arm bitten off by Asura, is disembowelled by Scylla, incinerated by SC4, and stabbed in the heart by Sif.
  • Back from the Dead: Is killed by Scylla and resurrected by Nimue.
  • Blade on a Stick: Wields a bizarre glaive-like weapon.
  • Expy: Was compared to the Clown from Spawn.
  • Fat Bastard: He's obese, loud, arrogant, and extremely rude.
  • Fourth-Wall Observer: Happily calls the characters and writing out on their various flaws while blatantly ignoring his own.
  • Medium Awareness: Is fully aware that he's part of a narrative and berates the sloppy writing and cliches utilized in every character but himself.
  • No Name Given: His name was never revealed in Cardboard Chronicles and he has yet to appear in Rough Draft.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: So much so that Nimue hexes him so that every time he swears a censor beep comes out instead.
  • Straw Misogynist: Berates Sif for being a Faux Action Girl while mutilating Sieg, and underestimates Scylla due to her being a woman. Ironically, he's done in twice by women, two of them being Sif and Scylla.

Chaos Acolytes

    The Crawling Chaos 

  • Bigger Bad: Manipulates both Kenshin and North into unsealing it from behind the scenes during the second arc.
  • Puppeteer Parasite: Its body parts can take over a person's body.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: It was so powerful its soul had to be sealed away and its body broken into tiny pieces, all-but a few of which were destroyed.


  • Super Speed: She can fly at supersonic speeds.
  • Teleportation: She can use IMT, but prefers to fly.
  • That Man Is Dead: Prefers to be called Scylla, though she occasionally goes by Iris when in human form.
  • Token Good Team Mate: For the Chaos Acolytes, not that she's allied with them.
  • Winged Humanoid: Has a pair of retractile bat-like wings in her first form, though after being upgraded by the Soul Jewel they become fan-shaped and non-retractible.


  • Ambiguous Gender: No word on whether it was originally a he or a she.
  • Combat Tentacles: Has a long, thick tentacle extending from the back of its head that contains its brain.
  • Depraved Bisexual: Takes on a form attractive to its target in order to get close to them.
  • Losing Your Head: Survived being decapitated by North.
  • Rubber Hose Limbs: Possesses no joints in its arms or legs, and can use them like tentacles.
  • Unsexy Sadist: Gets off by psychologically tormenting and physically torturing others.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Can assume the appearance of anyone it has taken a DNA sample from.

Temporal Bureau of Investigation


    Ezekiel/Artemis Templeton 

  • Coat, Hat, Mask: Wears a brown trench coat and a hat in addition to her Cool Mask, which is based off the ones worn by medieval plague doctors.
  • Cool Sword: As the Voice of Kronos, Templeton wields the Harpē, a divine sickle-sword that can cut through anything, and even open rifts in time and space.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Some of Templeton's past incarnations were just as - if not more - evil than the villains of Cardboard Chronicles and Rough Draft. One in particular was a wizard who performed horrifically cruel experiments to find a way of resolving his gender dysmorphia.
  • Fusion Dance: In Rough Draft, it's revealed that Agent Templeton is a composite of incarnations from across the multiverse merged together into a single female entity through exposure to the Timestream.
  • Inspector Javert: Comes across as this towards North, wanting to prosecute him for Asura's crimes.
  • It's Personal: The reason Templeton hates Asura so much is because he killed and ate her teammates.
  • Lady Looks Like a Dude: Due to Templeton's uniform, most characters assumed she was male.
  • Laser Blade: Wields a lightsaber-like energy sword.
  • Old Friend, New Gender: In Cardboard Chronicles, Templeton went by "Ezekiel" and used male pronouns, but in Rough Draft Templeton reveals herself to be a woman and starts going by "Artemis"; defecting from the TBI when her former allies refuse to accept this.
  • Ray Gun: Templeton's primary ranged weapon looks like a pistol but is actually one of these.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: In Rough Draft, Templeton was initially Ascha'Vovina's overseer but treated them like scum — both do to being disgusted by their bloodlust and believing them to be Asura.
  • Time Police: As an agent of the TBI, Templeton was tasked with apprehending rogue time-travellers, stopping Eldritch Abominations from wreaking havoc, and otherwise maintaining what the TBI refers to as Causality.

    Eliza Swallow 

  • Action Girl: Can hold her own in combat.
  • Cowboy Cop: Is somewhat more willing to bend the rules than Zeke.
  • Dual Wielding: Uses a pair of pistols.
  • Incompatible Orientation: When Templeton revealed she was actually a woman, it brought an end to the romance between her and Eliza.
  • Rank Up: In Rough Draft, Eliza is revealed to have become the new director of the Temporal Bureau of Investigation.
  • Turn in Your Badge: Was forced to turn in her badge and became a PI until she was reinstated to track down Templeton.
  • We Used to Be Friends: Eliza was once Templeton's love interest, but they had a falling out when Templeton revealed she was actually a woman.

    Connor Templeton 

  • Cool Car: A nigh-indestructable sports car with a yandere AI called Lena.
  • Cyborg: Has two highly advanced cybernetic arms.
  • Hand Blast: Can fire ultrasonic and infrasonic vibrations from his hands intense enough to disintegrate things.
  • Professional Killer: Is a time-travelling assassin.

One of the co-directors of the Temporal Bureau of Investigation. Is part of a conspiracy to take complete control of the multiverse, and is using Templeton as a patsy.
  • Arc Villain: He is the Big Bad of the TBI Trial arc.
  • Bad Boss: Contrasting him with Sorsha.
  • Fat Bastard: Is morbidly obese, and is secretly part of a conspiracy to seize control of the TBI and turn it into a multiversal police-state.
  • Time Police: As the director of the TBI, it's purportedly his job to enforce Causality throughout the Multiverse by sending in agents to apprehend rogue time-travellers and stop Eldritch Abominations from wreaking havoc.


  • The Atoner: After cooling his heels in Tartarus he claims to have changed his ways.
  • BFS: The Harpē, which is a divine obsidian-bladed sickle-sword capable of killing Eldritch Abominations.
  • The Chessmaster: Is maneuvering Templeton, Asura, and the TBI to suit his own purposes.
  • Fusion Dance: After being chopped into pieces by Zeus, he was exposed to the Timestream and became a multiversal singularity, assimilating the Protogenoi Chronos to become a god of time.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: In Rough Draft it's revealed that he was the Man Behind the Man for the TBI's corruption as part of a plot to conquer the multiverse.
  • Green Thumb: Was once a god of agriculture, though this aspect was supplanted by his status as "Father Time".
  • Offing the Offspring: Ate his kids after a prophecy predicted they'd overthrow him.
  • Physical God: Was once the king of the Titans.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Was trapped in Tartarus for untold millennia until it was decided he'd suffered enough and was made king of Elysium.
  • Sinister Scythe: The Harpē, which is part sickle and part sword.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": He's fine with being called Cronus, Cronos, and Kronos... but not Chronos.
  • Time Abyss: Existed since before the creation of humans, and before the Earth itself.

Other Characters


  • Flechette Storm: He can fire off spikes in this fashion.
  • Heel–Face Turn: After his death, he joins the good guys.
  • Spike Shooter: Can create and fire off spikes of various sizes.
  • Spikes of Villainy: His armour is covered in this.
  • Tin Tyrant: Constantly wears a suit of armour.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Kenshin uses his desire for revenge to manipulate him.
  • You Killed My Father: His beef with Wolf.Spider is due to Robert having killed his father years ago. After his death, he eventually lets go of his hatred and helps the good guys escape the Afterlife.

    wrong wolf clones 

  • Adorable Abomination: In Rough Draft they've evolved into a hive-minded multiversal infestation, with even a single instance being capable of setting up cloning facilities that are Bigger on the Inside; though they still resemble Super-Deformed anthropomorphic wolves with black tattoos. Wiping them out is something that Templeton and Ascha'Vovina were charged with, to varying degrees of success.
  • Author Avatar: The clones are this for wrong wolf, whereas the baka's are oversized, monstrous versions of bakaneko - both commentators on the Spinnerette comment board.
  • Buxom Is Better: One of their philosophies. The Bakas will also ignore any female with less than a high-end C-cup.
  • Cargo Cult: They worship a cutout of Greta Gravity — a supervillain from the Spinnerette webcomic — and use the web-comic it comes from as scripture.
  • Cloning Blues: There seems to be a limitless number of them, and more are being cloned all the time.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: They are incredibly zany and even the slightest mention of "Greta-chan" causes them to stampede.
  • Conservation of Ninjutsu: The fewer clones there are, the greater threat they pose... and they rarely come in numbers under 100.
  • Fluffy the Terrible: Breed/clone cat-like genetically engineered abominations called Bakas.
  • Foe-Tossing Charge: What they do to anything that gets between them and Greta.
  • Lost Technology: Where the technology used to clone them comes from is unknown. In Rough Draft it's indicated that the cloning facilities they set up are a Mechanical Abomination.
  • Love Makes You Crazy: Their love for Greta Gravity defies logic and at times the laws of physics.
  • Obfuscating Insanity: While the majority of the clones are just as crazy as they act, there is a sect of them that is much more dangerous.
  • Parody Religion: They worship Greta Gravity, a villainess from the Spinnerette webcomic.
  • Redshirt Army: All the clones seen thus far except 623 have been killed off very quickly.
  • Sacred Scripture: They use print-outs of the Spinnerette webcomic as one.
Schizo Tech: They are cloned in a number of hidden underground cloning facilities. The facilities themselves are a mesh of Clock Punk and Steampunk.


  • Artificial Human: Is one of an army of genetically engineered cyborg clones.
  • Cloning Blues: If she is killed her consciousness is recorded on a Personality Chip and transferred to a new body.
  • Collapsible Helmet: Can retract her armour's helmet.
  • Cyborg: Has bionic and nanorobotic implants in her body.
  • Electronic Eyes: Her irises and sclera have circuitry on them.
  • Energy Weapon: Her armour comes equipped with collapsable arm-mounted Plasma Cannons and a retractable Laser Blade.
  • Expy: Of Samus Aran and Master Chief.
  • Heads-Up Display: Has one on projected on the inside of her helmet's visor.
  • Healing Hands: Her armour can electrically stimulate cellular regeneration using advanced nanotechnology.
  • Not So Stoic: She's usually stern and stoic... unless someone brings up the subject of Asura killing her teammates.
  • One-Way Visor: Her helmet is equipped with one possessing an HUD on the inside.
  • Powered Armor: Wears customized MarkV7 modular powered exoskeleton.
  • Pro-Human Transhuman: She is a genetically-engineered cyborg super-soldier, but wants to protect humans from Asura.
  • Retractable Weapon: Her plasma cannons, missile launcher, and energy swords all retract into her armour when not in use.
  • Revenge: She allied herself with Eliza and the TBI in order to hunt down Asura, who killed the other members of her squad.
  • The Stoic: Has been trained and programmed to suppress her emotions.
  • Super Soldier: Is a genetically engineered cyborg transhuman created as part of the Omega Project's WARRIOR Initiative.
  • Teleportation: A short-to-mid range one based on unfinished quantum mechanics technology.
  • Time Machine: Has installed a Timepiece into her armour, allowing her limited manipulation of the flow of time.
  • Tron Lines: Her body has circuitry-like markings on it.
  • Upgrade vs. Prototype Fight: Dukes it out with R42, a next-gen supersoldier further augmented by the crimson Soul Jewel's power.
  • Walking Armory: Her armour is decked out with plasma cannons, miniguns, energy blades, and rocket pods.




  • Badass Normal: Graduates to this after training from SC4.
  • Brave Scot: Her mother was descended from the few remaining Celts who fled Asura's rampage.
  • Broken Bird: In short order she is captured by pirates (the captain of whom is her ex-fiance), her beloved Grandma is killed, her hometown is razed, and her love interest captured while she is powerless to do anything about it.
  • Can't Catch Up: She is massively outclassed by everyone.
  • Damsel in Distress: She is captured by pirates.
  • Empowered Badass Normal: In Rough Draft she's become a Semi-Divine paladin thanks to an encounter with one of the deities from Asura's homeworld.
  • Faux Action Girl: She tries to fight, but lacks the confidence to do so effectively.
  • Horny Vikings: Her father's side of the family is Scandinavian.
  • In the Hood: Sif dons a hooded robe and armour after completing her training with SC4.
  • Naïve Newcomer: Grew up in an isolated village founded by Vikings and Celts and has no fighting experience or supernatural abilities.
  • Never a Self-Made Woman: It was North who came to rescue Sif from the pirates although she was already on her way to rescuing herself, gave her a reason to live after losing everything, and taught her how to fight, and she feels she has to rescue him because of how much she owes him. Lampshaded and brutally mocked by the Fat Chaos King.
  • Second Love: She and North are this to each other, but are too uncomfortable to admit it. In the end, they settle for being Just Friends.
  • Show Some Leg: Does this to the pirate captain to distract him while reaching for a knife.
  • Raised by Grandparents: Lives with her paternal grandmother, Hilde.
  • Teacher/Student Romance: She is in love with North, and is also his squire.
  • Took a Level in Badass: After being trained by SC4 for 10 years' worth of time.


  • Asshole Victim: She tortured Sif, and was brutally and slowly murdered by the Fat Chaos King.


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