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

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Cardboard Chronicles



  • Author Avatar: Of Curious Spinny Fan, a commentator on the Spinny forum and one of the three main contributors to the story.
  • Berserk Button: Besmirching Boxxy in any way, shape, or form will set her off. Also, threatening her friends is a good way to make her angry.
  • Conveniently an Orphan: She has no parents, and was raised in an orphanage for an uncertain amount of time.
  • Demoted to Extra: With her Author Avatar's withdrawal from the forum, her character has mysteriously vanished by the time of Rough Draft, with Kitty searching for her.
  • Drop the Hammer: Emulates Kitty by forming a warhammer out of Chaos Energy.


  • 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".

    Wolf.Spider (Robert/Robin Wolf) 

  • 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.

    Kitty Wolf 

  • 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: In Cardboard Chronicles she starts off as Prince Croco's bodyguard.



  • Artificial Human: His original body was destroyed when he overloaded it with the Soul Jewel's power, and it was recreated by the Soul Jewel millennia later based on lingering memories from Asura and Deva.
  • The Atoner: Blames himself for everything Asura and Deva have done.
  • Barbarian Longhair: Has long, unkempt black hair.
  • BFS: His weapon of choice is a two-handed sword, and he was trained in Harnischfechten and Blossfechten.note 
  • Brain Uploading: It's revealed that R42 made a digitized copy of North's mind prior to "Asura" killing him, and that she uploaded it into a supersoldier body alongside Scylla.
  • Decomposite Character: Is Asura's mind incarnated into a human body, while Deva assumed Asura's identity for himself.
  • Empowered Badass Normal: When possessed by the Crawling Chaos, and after awakening the Soul Jewel's power within himself.
  • Ex-Big Bad: As Asura, he was responsible for killing countless trillions across the Multiverse. After his soul is extracted from the Jewel of the Gods, he reconnects with his humanity and becomes The Atoner.
  • Expy: North draws inspiration from other BFS-wielding swordsmen with tragic pasts.
  • Fights Like a Normal: For the most part he fights solely using his own strength and skill, and dislikes using magic.
  • Genius Bruiser: Has information from numerous societies encoded into his brain thanks to Asura and Deva.
  • I Hate Past Me: As North reconnects with his humanity, he comes to deeply regret his past as Asura and seeks to atone for it.
  • Hero of Another Story: Had his own adventures prior to becoming Asura and Deva, having been the bodyguard of a warlord named the Stygian Prince.
  • Heroes Prefer Swords: His weapon of choice is a two-handed sword.
  • Literal Split Personality: Asura and Deva were once a single human knight, having been born when he went insane from the trauma of witnessing his wife and daughter being brutally Stuffed in the Fridge.
  • Magic Knight: He can fire crescents of energy from his sword.
  • Multi-Melee Master: Wields a two-handed sword, two longswords, and two short swords, though he prefers the two-handed sword. After awakening his powers, he manifests them in the form of a two-handed sword, a lance, a battle-axe, and a pair of longswords.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Refuses to divulge his real name and instead goes by "North".
  • Peek-a-Bangs: His bangs are long enough to obscure his vision.
  • Retgone: Was erased from existence by the TBI at the end of the Hell arc, though R42 created a digitized copy of his consciousness prior to his death.
  • Ship Tease: Sif develops a crush on him, though as he proves to be a Broken Pedistal she becomes embittered towards him.
  • 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 late teens and early 20's.


Soul Jewel


  • Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence: His ultimate goal is to attain apotheosis and become either an Eldritch Abomination or a God of Evil. He succeeds... kinda.
  • Attack Its Weak Point: Imbeds the Soul Jewel within his host's heart, and knocking it out is a good way to defeat him.
  • Author Avatar: For Asura, a commentator on the Spinny forum and one of the three main contributors to the story. Also a troper.
  • Back from the Dead: In between Cardboard Chronicles and Rough Draft, a digitized copy of North's consciousness created by R42 was uploaded into the body of a supersoldier. After sacrificing his humanity to become a god, he reclaims the moniker of Asura.
  • Battle Aura: A red one, though it becomes black-and-red in his Chaos Acolyte body.
  • Bald of Evil: Once his host's scalp rots away, he no longer has any hair.
  • Barbarian Longhair: Has long, unkempt black hair as a throwback to his original appearance.
  • Being Human Sucks: The only reason he uses them as hosts is that they're expendable and there's lots of them. Otherwise they can't handle the power of the Soul Jewel and break down quickly and painfully.
  • Black Eyes of Crazy: His eyes have black sclera whenever they're not Monochromatic Eyes.
  • Black Knight: One of his main host bodies, wherein he wears black plate armour, and can form red-and-black BFS's that shoot Sword Beams.
  • Blob Monster: His Chaos Acolyte body is completely amorphous underneath its exoskeleton.
  • Body Surf:
    • As his consciousness is contained in the Soul Jewel, he possesses whoever possesses it.
    • His consciousness is eventually jettisoned from the completed Soul Jewel by Deva into an approximated recreation of their original body, becoming North. Having taken over their body, Deva then assumes Asura's identity.
  • Blood Knight: Asura loves to fight opponents stronger than himself, mostly so he can take over their body if he loses.
  • Breath Weapon: He can spit beams of red energy, a holdover from his dragon host.
  • Came Back Strong: In Rough Draft it's revealed that he was reborn as a Great Old One.
  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Asura's half of the Soul Jewel is red, as is his Battle Aura.
  • The Dark Side Will Make You Forget: Has completely forgotten the reasons he wanted to become a god in the first place.
  • 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 — or rather, Deva's consciousness in Asura's body — 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.
  • The Lost Lenore:
    • Witnessing the deaths of his wife and daughter — who he hadn't even known was born — filled him full of such self-loathing over having abandoned them that his soul split in two, the halves of which took to trying to kill each other.
    • One of Asura's first hosts was a morbid young orphan named Aisling, whose status as a nascent Hero enabled her to withstand the Soul Jewel's power. Asura came to see her as a surrogate daughter... until Deva tortured her to death in an attempt to drive Asura insane.
  • 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.
  • Move in the Frozen Time: Due to possessing a TBI Timepiece, he's immune to their ability to freeze time.
  • 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.
  • Move in the Frozen Time: Like Asura, he has a TBI Timepiece integrated into his armor and thus is immune to their ability to stop time.
  • 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 comes to consider 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 teenaged girl named Aisling, who he saw as a surrogate daughter. 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 


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.

Supporting Characters

The Red Kingdom


  • Author Avatar: Of Wolfen, the "king" — later "queen" — of the Spinnerette comment page.
  • Demoted to Extra: Wolfen was one of the main supporting characters in Cardboard Chronicles, but her Rough Draft incarnation is a minor supporting character.
  • The Exile: Wolfen is no longer a monarch in Rough Draft, having been deposed by a violent revolution in the late 18th century that drove her and the loyalists into exile in the New World.
  • The Good King: In Cardboard Chronicles he's a very benevolent dictator.
  • An Ice Person: In Rough Draft, Wolfen learned ice-magic.
  • Immortal Immaturity: In Rough Draft she's a centuries-old werewolf, but enjoys acting even younger than the teenager she appears to be.
  • Old Friend, New Gender: In Rough Draft, Wolfen is Gender Flipped by the multiversal reboot and turned into a teenaged-looking female werewolf.
  • Our Werewolves Are Different: In Rough Draft, she was bitten by a werewolf when she was a teenager and rescued by Yuriale.
  • Really 700 Years Old: In Rough Draft, Wolfen is centuries old but appears to be a teenage girl.
  • Rescue Romance: In Rough Draft, she was attacked by a werewolf as a teenager and rescued by a Gorgon named Yuriale, falling in Love at First Sight. When Wolfen's father tried to marry her off for political purposes, Yuriale crashed the wedding and eloped with Wolfen herself.

    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.
  • Solomon Divorce: In Rough Draft she and Robert are divorced due to "Imari"'s machinations almost 300 years prior, with Kate taking custody of Kitty and staying in the Red Kingdom.
  • 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...?
  • Evil All Along: According to Scylla, she was behind the downfall of the ancient Chaos Warriors millennia ago, and their transformation into the monstrous Demon-Kin.
  • Fountain of Youth: She's capable of draining Chaos Energy using a cursed sword given to her by Draelia, which restores her to her physical prime.
  • 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, due to her mysterious powers.
  • Retired Monster: Nimue became an increasingly ruthless a warlord during her youth, but by the time of Cardboard Chronicles is living on the outskirts of Sif's village and working as a soothsayer and herbalist.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Nimue turned most of her clan into Demon-Kin hoping it would give them the power to survive their enemies.

    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 

  • 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, gets off on torturing others to death, and isn't picky about the gender of its prey.
  • 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 

  • Affectionate Nickname: Tempy or Zeke in Cardboard Chronicles. "Arte" or "Tem" in Rough Draft.
  • Boxed Crook: Templeton's various incarnations stumbled across time-travel and were amalgamated into a single female gestalt being, who was arrested by the TBI for and given the choice between signing up or going to time-prison.
  • By-the-Book Cop: Templeton comes across as one of these, but is more a Cowboy Cop, as she defied TBI protocol to chase Asura.
  • 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 was a wizard who performed horrifically cruel experiments to find a way of resolving his gender dysmorphia, while another was a Victorian Period inventor who created a steampunk time machine.
  • 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.
  • Mind Hive: After Templeton was exposed to the Timestream, she was composited with numerous incarnations of herself from across the multiverse and retained the memories of each of them; initially leaving her scared and confused. Over time, the memories and minds smoothed over into a single consciousness — Artemis Templeton.
  • 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 a laser gun.
  • Sweet Polly Oliver: In Cardboard Chronicles, Templeton went by male pronouns due to still being in the early stages of the Second Law of Gender-Bending. By the time of Rough Draft she fully and openly identifies as female.
  • 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 Templeton is, though in Rough Draft this is flipped.
  • 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. This is a lie.
  • 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 — regaining his throne and conquering the multiverse.
  • Cool Sword: The Harpē, a divine weapon that is part sickle and part sword, and capable of cutting through almost anything — even the fabric of space and time.
  • 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 — or so he claims to Templeton.
  • 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.

Supporting 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.



    Sif (Original Timeline) 

  • 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, but rescues herself before North can save her.
  • 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.
  • Romantic Asexual: Sif ultimately decides she's not interested in sex, though she's capable of romantic love.
  • 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. By the time of Rough Draft, she was infused with divine powers.


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

Rough Draft



  • Absurdly Sharp Claws: Tatakai's claws can rend stone and steel like tissue paper.
  • Alien Blood: Tatakai's blood is black due to her being infected with Umbral Ichor, and can infect others in-turn.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: Tatakai falls for Sarah because she was the first human to show her genuine kindness towards her.
  • Black Eyes of Crazy: Owing to her Umbral Ichor infection, Tatakai has black sclerae and luminous red irises. She's also a bloodthirsty half-kitsune with a volatile temper and tendency to devour her opponents.
  • Blood Knight: Tatakai greatly enjoys combat, but is prone to going berserk and rampaging due to her Umbral Ichor infection dialling her bloodlust up to eleven.
  • Breath Weapon: In her werefox form she can breathe black-and-red flames from her jaws.
  • Curious Qualms of Conscience: Tatakai slowly develops a conscience due to Sarah and the Seven Siblings' influence on her, though she attempts to assuage it by arguing that she did what she had to in order to survive.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Tatakai has charcoal grey skin with black Tainted Veins, black-and-red hair and eyes, and steel-colored fangs; and while she is predatory and vicious she isn't evil.
  • Death Seeker: Upon realizing how badly she traumatized Abel and accidentally injuring Ren during a fight with Kitty, Tatakai comes to the realization that her bloodlust is endangering the few people she's come to care about — even love, Tatakai is overwhelmed with grief, remorse, and despair. Concluding that she has no place among the Seven Siblings, she flees intending to return to her old life but quickly realizes that she's changed too much for that; unsuccessfully attempting to end her suffering by taking her own life.
  • Good Is Not Soft: Tatakai is very protective of those she cares about — Sarah and Abel in particular — and will not hesitate to eat anyone who threatens them.
  • Gratuitous Japanese: Tatakai picks up certain Japanese phrases from watching too much anime, and peppers her speech with them.
  • Had to Be Sharp: Tatakai grew up in the crime-infested inner-city, largely fending for herself against Gangbangers, serial killers, feral beastpeople, and other criminals. As such, she has less-than-stellar social skills and responds to most threats with excessive violence.
  • I Am a Monster: Owing to her Curious Qualms of Conscience over Abel's terror towards her, Tatakai develops a sense of self-loathing and despairs that she's only good for fighting and killing.
  • Predator Turned Protector: Tatakai seeks to protect those she cares about — chiefly Sarah and Abel, and is more than happy to devour those who would try to hurt them.
  • Senseless Sacrifice: When Kuzunoha decides to kill Tatakai, deeming her too dangerous to be left alive, Tatakai ends up being impaled through the heart while protecting Abel from a sadistic kamaitachi. Since said kamaitachi survives her attempt to immolate him and resumes trying to kill Abel immediately afterwards, her sacrifice was ultimately in vain.
  • Hulk Speak: While not stupid, Tatakai is a Third-Person Person whose grasp on grammar is less-than stellar.
  • Hulking Out: Tatakai can transform into a bulky werefox form, though she can't consciously control her transformations — which tend to happen when she's enraged or bloodlusted.
  • If It's You, It's Okay: While she is initially yandere towards Sarah, she decides she doesn't mind sharing Sarah with Abel.
  • No Social Skills: Owing to growing up as a predator in the inner city slums, Tatakai has little-to-no comprehension of human society and social interactions; causing no small degree of friction between her and the Seven Siblings.
  • Partial Transformation: Due to her corruption, Tatakai cannot fully transform into her fox-monster form. Even her normal humanoid form is partially transformed due to her corruption.
  • The Power of Hate: Owing to her Umbral Ichor corruption, Tatakai draws strength from rage, bloodlust, and hatred.
  • Prehensile Tail: Tatakai has seven prehensile vulpine tails.
  • Reformed, but Rejected: When Tatakai realizes that her tendency to go berserk in combat places those she's grown to care about and wants to protect in danger, she is overcome with guilt and despair; running away to protect them from herself. Coming across Yona and saving him renews a kernel of hope that she might be good for something other than killing, and after getting a pep-talk from Ohkwari she attempts to patch things up with Abel... who angrily dismisses her as an irredeemable monster just as evil as her mother.
  • Semi-Divine: Tatakai is half-Olympian and half fox-spirit, though she has yet to tap into her divine nature.
  • The Social Darwinist: Tatakai was raised to categorize things into "prey" and "not-prey", and spent much of her life preying on the former. Discovering the infinite layers of complexity beyond that leaves her confused.
  • Tainted Veins: In her corrupted state, Tatakai has tendrils of a highly-resilient black polymer-like substance formed from Umbral Ichor layered overtop of and fused to her skin, creating the appearance of black veins covering her body.
  • Yandere: Tatakai is initially violently possessive towards Sarah, and flies into a rage when camera footage of Ren kissing her is shown on the evening news.

    Sarah Lawson 

  • All-Loving Hero: Sarah goes out of her way to be kind and gentle towards everyone she meets, which is what leads to Tatakai identifying her as "not-prey" and going out of her way to protect her.
  • The Atoner: Sarah blames herself for the murder of a catgirl she befriended and gave a necklace to as a child, due to the concellors of the summer camp she had been attending assuming the catgirl had stolen the necklace and beaten her to death to retrieve it.
  • Closet Key: Sarah serves as one for Tatakai, who didn't even know what love was until she met her.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Raised by controlling and emotionally-abusive parents who are prejudiced against beastpeople, Sarah's beloved older brother was declared MIA after he joined the army. Sent to a summer camp in order to cheer her up, she befriended a Cat Girl and gave her a necklace. The following day the cat-girl was beaten to death by the counsellors for "stealing" from her, leaving Sarah deeply traumatized and blaming herself.
  • Dating What Daddy Hates: Her parents are prejudiced against beastpeople, and both of Sarah's love interests are half-kitsune.
  • Morality Chain: Sarah serves as one for Tatakai, with her influence more than anything being pretty much the only thing keeping her from going on a berserk rampage.
  • Rescue Romance: Sarah develops a crush on Tatakai after she saves her from a group of muggers, though Abel questions whether Sarah's feelings for Tatakai are genuine or because of Sarah's past trauma making her want to "fix" Tatakai's deep flaws.
  • Token Human: Sarah is the only ordinary human, aside from her brother.
  • Twofer Token Minority: Sarah is of Indian and Irish descent, and is a lesbian.

Seven Siblings

  • Action Girl: Six of the seven siblings are girls, and operate as a squad.
  • Child Soldiers: In keeping with Chaos Warrior tradition, all of the seven siblings were trained in combat from a young age.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: They are half Chaos Warrior and half fox-spirit.
  • I Hate You, Vampire Dad: They do not have a very good relationship with their mother, "Imari", owing to her sadistic sense of humor and being a promiscuous serial killer.
  • Life Drinker: They can drain Life Energy by kissing people, with Reynard kissing Sarah to recover from a long-distance IMT.
  • Little Bit Beastly: They look like humans with vulpine ears and tails, though they can appear fully-human with concentration.
  • Power Incontinence: They have trouble controlling the fox-spirt side of their powers, which led to their father pulling them out of school to avoid them unintentionally afflicting More Than Mind Control on people.
  • Prehensile Tail: They have five prehensile vulpine tails.


  • Blade Below the Shoulder: Abel can manifest blades of Chaos Energy from her hands.
  • Heroic Self-Deprecation: Abel has low self-esteem due to her low combat aptitude compared to her siblings, leaving her feeling unable to protect those she cares about.
  • Love at First Sight: Abel develops crushes on both Tatakai and Sarah almost as soon as she meets them, though her fear of Tatakai eclipses any affection for her and she angsts over whether Sarah's feelings for her are genuine or due to her fox-spirit powers.
  • Love Hurts: Abel is both attracted to and terrified of Tatakai, and struggles to sort out whether she loves or hates her.
  • Recurring Dreams: Abel has recurring nightmares about being attacked by a nightmarish monster, stemming from Tatakai attacking her when they were toddlers.
  • Smitten Teenage Girl: When around Sarah, Abel tends to be reduced to a blushing mess — particularly when teased over her crush by Catalina and Vulnes.


  • The Chains of Commanding: Despite being outwardly composed, Pareina places a great deal of pressure on herself to be a good leader and blames herself if anything bad happens to her siblings.
  • The Leader: Pareina is the most level-headed of Wolf.Spider's kids, and is thus their field-leader.
  • Mind over Matter: Pareina possesses telekinesis, though she lacks fine control and using it for prolonged periods or to lift multiple/heavy objects gives her migraines.
  • Number Two: As the most mature and level-headed of the siblings, she's second-in-command to their father.


  • Good Is Not Soft: She's not above refusing to heal minor injuries, and often lashes out at her siblings for getting themselves hurt — especially if it's doing something stupid.
  • Healing Hands: She possesses the ability to heal others, but doing so for prolonged periods and/or severe injuries is very draining.
  • Team Medic: She's in charge of the mansion's hospital wing and medical bay, though while she's studied medical texts she has zero intention of becoming a doctor — not wanting her powers to pigeonhole her choice of career.


  • Academic Athlete: Despite being into sports and physical training, Cat's no slouch academically and protests to Pareina that she has an above-average GPA.
  • Lovable Jock: Cat is the bulkiest of the siblings, spending most of her time in the gym working out or doing combat training; though she's also very affable towards not just her sisters but Sarah and Tatakai as well.
  • Passionate Sports Girl: While at school, Cat was a member of several sports teams and aiming for an athletic scholarship.
  • Super Strength: Catalina is the physically-strongest and toughest of the Seven Siblings, but holds back when competing in sports to make it a fair game.


  • Astral Projection: Owing to her mystical attunement, Erina is able to separate her astral body from her physical body through focused meditation.
  • Berserk Button: She hates it when people lie to her, since there's no point, but especially hates it when people lie to themselves.
  • The Empath: She can sense others emotions and feelings, but has very little control over it.
  • Granola Girl: Erina is a vegan, tends to a greenhouse and hydroponics bay, and practises meditation. She's also the most idealistic of the siblings, even in the face of her empathic powers giving her an all-too-clear window into the darkness of the mind and soul.
  • Shipper on Deck: She encourages Abel to accept that she has feelings for both Sarah and Tatakai, and work towards processing and letting go of her fear and anger towards the latter.


  • Big Brother Bully: Vulnes often torments and teases Abel, and when called on it tries to argue that Misery Builds Character and she's doing it to toughen Abel up.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: In addition to being a coding wizard, Vulnes is skilled at designing and engineering a variety of technologically advanced machines — though not to the level of her half-sister Arte. Her pride and joy are a flet of insect-sized spycams, which she mainly uses to gain blackmail material on her siblings.
  • Gamer Chick: Vulnes is a hardcore gamer who spends her free time playing dating sims, visual novels, fighting games, first-person shooters, and pretty much every other genre out there.
  • Playful Hacker: Vulnes often amuses herself by hacking into Neo-Goliath's servers to steal blueprints, upload custom-made viruses, and expose cybercrimes.
  • Shipper on Deck: Vulnes ships Abel x Sarah x Tatakai as a invoked One True Threesome, and isn't afraid to tease Abel over her complicated love-life.
  • Techno Wizard: Owing to her Machine Empathy, Vulnes is a coding genius who can do just about anything with a computer.
  • Troll: Vulnes spends a lot of her time on Internet forums, and has developed a nasty sense of humor as a result. She enjoys teasing and harassing others — especially Abel — but frequently goes too far without realizing it.


  • Love at First Sight: He's instantly smitten with Ohkwari's grandson Yona.
  • Teleportation: Reynard is the only sibling who knows how to use the Instantanious Movement Technique, but using it for long-distance or repeated movement leaves him drained.



  • Absurdly Sharp Blade: Ascha'Vovina's swords can cut through almost anything, depending on the amount of force and power put into each slash.
  • Absurdly Sharp Claws: Even in their unarmored state, Vovina's claws can rend stone and metal like tissue paper.
  • Appearance Is in the Eye of the Beholder: Owing to their eldritch nature]], Ascha'Vovina appears somewhat differently to each person who perceives them.
  • Bag of Holding: Owing to the Execrated Hero having been a Hero from an RPG-Mechanics Verse, Ascha'Vovina can access a metaphysical space similar to a video-game inventory, which they use to stores all the useless stuff they've collected over the millennia.
  • Bio-Armor: They can manifest an Umbral Ichor-corrupted suit of divine armor that has been blackened into a Gigeresque exoskeleton, rendering themselves Nigh-Invulnerable to anything other than attacks infused with divine energy or top-tier magic.
  • Breath Weapon: Ascha'Vovina can charge and fire spheres and intense beams of black-and-red divine dragonfire from their jaws, which they call their Void Astra.
  • Cannibalism Superpower: Ascha'Vovina can rapidly recover from injuries by consuming their opponents.
  • Captured Super-Entity: Thinking they were Asura, the TBI captured and imprisoned Ascha'Vovina. When an Eldritch Abomination attacked, Ascha'Vovina breached containment and ate it, leading to the TBI deciding to use them as a weapon with Templeton as their handler.
  • Civilization Destroyer: Ascha'Vovina destroyed countless civilizations both while under the command of the gods of their home-universe and when rampaging across the Multiverse, though they no longer possess that degree of power.
  • The Corruption: They originally had bone-white scales, but after imbibing Umbral Ichor they were turned matte black. Their Umbral Ichor-tainted blood can also infect others, mutating them into predatory monsters if they don't just kill them outright.
  • Dimensional Traveler: Ascha'Vovina was captured by the TBI in the middle of a multiversal rampage, being warped from universe to universe by an unknown force in order to combat other colossal kaiju.
  • Draconic Abomination: Ascha'Vovina is an eldritch dragon-god created by the "God of Monsters" to serve as a Living Weapon and the Beast of the Apocalypse. Even without their Gigeresque Bio-Armor, they are a colossal monster resembling a wingless bipedal dragon with six eyes and six tentacle-like arms.
  • Dual Wielding: They can manifest a pair of Umbral Ichor-corrupted divine greatswords, which have been blackened into Gigeresque blades.
  • Eating the Enemy: Ascha'Vovina's go-to solution to a problem is to eat it, which facilitates their Cannibalism Superpower.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: In their humanoid and intermediary forms, Ascha'Vovina has a baritone/bass voice underscored by Power Echoes. Their beast form, conversely, has a surprisingly shrill, rasping roar.
  • A God I Am Not: Despite technically being a Destroyer Deity and War God, Ascha'Vovina hates being called a god and reacts very negatively to being worshiped.
  • God Job: Prior to rebelling, Ascha'Vovina was used by the gods of the Ruling Pantheon as a Beast of the Apocalypse, maintaining the The Cycle of Empires by annihilating civilizations in the "Decay" and "The Long Night" stages... as well as waging war against other pantheons and subjugating other planets.
  • He Who Fights Monsters: In order to kill the tyrannical gods of their world, the mortal half of Ascha'Vovina sacrificed their humanity and became the very thing they'd set out to destroy.
  • Hijacking Cthulhu: Ascha'Vovina was "born" when the Execrated Hero — a Semi-Divine warrior who had been used and betrayed by the gods — Body Surfed their soul and consciousness into the body of the eldritch dragon-god Ialprg'Vovina. For its part, Ialprg'Vovina lets the Execrated Hero do what they want so long as they keep them well-fed and occasionally let them cut loose and rampage.
  • Horrifying Hero: Ascha'Vovina sees themselves as a dark hero — being a predatory monster — and is willing to fight for the side of "good" so long as their gruesome methods are not interfered with.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Ascha'Vovina can transform into a humanoid form, though this possesses Pointed Ears, No Biological Sex, Animesque proportions, Black Eyes of Crazy, fangs, claws, and charcoal grey skin.
  • Hunter of His Own Kind: Ascha'Vovina is an eldritch god-monster that was engineered to kill monsters, gods, and other god-monsters.
  • Kamehame Hadoken: In their humanoid and intermediate forms, they can charge and fire Void Astras from its hands as well as its mouth.
  • Living Weapon: Ascha'Vovina was one of several modified clones of an eldritch dragon-god created by the God of Monsters in order to devour his enemies and raze the mortal world to the ground. After capturing them, the TBI sought to use Ascha'Vovina as a weapon to enforce Causality upon the Multiverse.
  • Many Spirits Inside of One: Ascha'Vovina's body contains the consciousness and soul of a once-human entity called the Execrated Hero and that of the eldritch dragon-god originally called Ialprg'Vovina.
  • Mechanical Muscles: Underneath the Gigeresque outer layer of their exoskeleton is an inner layer that resembles muscles made of black metal.
  • Misanthrope Supreme: Ascha'Vovina hates humans almost as much as they hate the gods, to the point of almost being an Omnicidal Maniac, and sees everything other than themselves as prey.
  • Mistaken Identity: Ascha'Vovina is — possibly deliberately — mistaken for Asura by the TBI, who then partner them with Templeton. Templeton, who hates Asura, proceeds to treat Ascha'Vovina — not undeservedly — like trash, souring any possibility of a working relationship.
  • Mistreatment-Induced Betrayal:
    • Ascha'Vovina hates the gods and attempted to kill them after spending countless millennia as their "pet".
    • Ascha'Vovina turned against the TBI due to Templeton treating them like scum, owing to her believing that they were her old enemy Asura.
  • Monstrous Humanoid: Ascha'Vovina's intermediary form resembles a humanoid version of their beast form, with only two arms and eyes instead of six, and a long mane of black and/or red hair.
  • More Teeth than the Osmond Family: Ascha'Vovina's intermediary and beast forms have jaws lined with razor-sharp fangs.
  • One-Handed Zweihänder: In their humanoid and intermediary forms, Ascha'Vovina can conjure a pair of massive swords, which they dual-wield.
  • One-Winged Angel: Ascha'Vovina can transform from an Animesque humanoid form to a six-armed draconic monster, though their preferred form is an intermediary form possessing traits of both.
  • Power Limiter: Formerly possessing the power to kill gods and annihilate entire civilizations, Ascha'Vovina's power was greatly constrained during their multiversal rampage. After being captured by the TBI, Ascha'Vovina was outfitted with a device to further constrain their power so that they couldn't run amock, giving Templeton the controls.
  • Power Of Hate: Ascha'Vovina feeds off negative emotions like hatred, rage, and bloodlust; and grows stronger through combat and causing destruction.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Ascha'Vovina desires to annihilate the gods who sought to use them as a weapon, and anyone who gets in their way is just prey.
  • Royal "We": When they speak, Ascha'Vovina refers to themselves with plural pronouns.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Twelve years prior to the beginning of Rough Draft, Ascha'Vovina was crushed when the continent of Australia was turned into an asteroid. This put them out of commission for those twelve years, until an illegal mining operation woke them up.
  • Semi-Divine: Ascha'Vovina is a Modified Clone splicing together the essence of a primordial eldritch dragon-god with the God of Monsters' own essence to create a hybrid entity.
  • The Social Darwinist: Ascha'Vovina's worldview is one of predators and prey, and they seek to be the apex predator.
  • Sword Beam: They can wreathe their swords with the same black-and-red divine dragonfire that comprises their Void Astra, and launch it as crescent-shaped blasts.
  • Throat Light: Ascha'Vovina's jaws glow a volcanic red, to match their irises and the lenses of their armor's eyes.
  • Xenomorph Xerox: Ascha'Vovina's Bio-Armor is notably Gigeresque, giving them more than a passing resemblance to a six-armed kaiju-sized Xenomorph. They're also a Living Weapon created in-part using a mutagenic black ooze.


  • The Atoner: Imari has gone through multiple phases of wanting to atone for her numerous sins and backsliding into evil, and in the present she is struggling to suppress her malicious urges.
  • Ax-Crazy: "Imari"'s evil self is a bloodthirsty and nihilistic monster who happily Eats Babies, is a master Torture Technician, and goes out of her way to sow chaos and destruction.
  • Depraved Bisexual: "Imari" is promiscuously pansexual, and enjoys inflicting Out with a Bang on her male lovers by draining their vitality through Sex Magic.
  • Evil Feels Good: Imari gets a sadistic kick out of sowing chaos, emotionally and physically hurting others, and causing destruction For the Evulz — though in her redemptive phases she feels ashamed about this and tries to suppress it.
  • Evil Me Scares Me: Imari has suppressed her evil self to the point where it's starting to manifest as a Jekyll & Hyde-type split personality, and seeks to purge herself of it as an Enemy Without she can slay to redeem herself.
  • Extreme Libido: Imari is highly promiscuous and makes a game out of seducing men and women alike, taking particular joy in coercing husbands and wives into committing adultry with her.
  • Femme Fatale: Even in her redemptive mood, Imari is seductive and promiscuous, and enjoys toying with people's emotions and feelings.
  • I've Come Too Far: During her redemptive phases, "Imari" feels that she is beyond redemption for the horrible things that she's done, and relapses into evil out of despair.
  • I Have Many Names: "Imari" is just the moniker she goes by at the time Rough Draft takes place, but in the past she's gone by Daji, Bāo Sì, Mizukume, and Hakumen Kinmō.
  • Kitsune: "Imari"'s true form is a golden-furred nine-tailed fox with white fur on its face and a mane of white fur on its neck. She is over 3000 years old, and is a borderline Animalistic Abomination when she cuts loose.
  • Life Drinker: She can drain Life Energy by kissing people or having sex with them.
  • Lost in Character: The real Imari was an old lover of "Darling" whose identity and appearance the nine-tailed demon-fox assumed in order to seduce him, but she ended up Becoming the Mask.
  • Prehensile Tail: She has nine prehensile vulpine tails, which can extend in length and fire barrages of fur-spikes.
  • Really Gets Around: "Imari" is promiscuous — having slept with Robert Wolf, Zeus, Kuzunoha, and countless others. She even uses sex to act as a vigilante by seducing criminals and then killing them.
  • Reformed, but Rejected: Presently, Imari is struggling to atone for her sanguine past but receives little-to-no support due to how she acted in the past.
  • Sadist: Even in her redemptive phase "Imari" enjoys causing mental and physical anguish to others, dedicated her life to toppling civilizations For the Evulz, and was once a renowned Torture Technician.
  • Shapeshifting Seducer: "Imari"'s true form is a colossal nine-tailed kitsune, but she can take on the form of a beautiful human(oid) woman to seduce others.
  • Spike Shooter: She can fire spikes of sharpened fur from her tails.
  • Time Abyss: The nine-tailed fox going by "Imari" is over 3000 years old and has no recollection of her own origins. As "Imari" she claims to have been born in what is now Korea, but this may just be part of the persona she adopted.
  • Troll: Even in her redemptive phases, Imari takes sadistic pleasure in teasing and tormenting others far beyond the boundaries of what others consider acceptable.
  • The Vamp: "Imari" at her most-evil is a sociopathic seductress who takes sadistic joy in using her supernatural beauty to cause strife, and one of her primary schemes is to seduce monarchs, drive them insane or corrupt them into ruthless tyrants, and murder them when she gets bored of them.
  • Yandere: "Imari" is obsessed with a man she calls her "Darling" and violently attacks any woman who so much as glances at him, though she isn't above cheating on him. When he walks out on her, it kickstarts her starting to backslide into her evil self.

    Darold Smyers 

  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: Darold Smyers is the CEO of Neo-Goliath Industries, having blackmailed Robert Wolf into signing over ownership of his shares of Wolf.Co.
  • Demonic Possession: A wendigo attempts to possess him, but Imari fights it off intending to kill him herself.
  • Fat Bastard: A gluttonous,greedy, and unscrupulous man, Smyers was morbidly obese up until being possessed by a wendigo left him Nothing but Skin and Bones.


  • Absurdly Sharp Blade: Zeus has a kopis made of the divine metals adamantine and orichalcum, making it capable of cutting through almost anything.
  • Abusive Parents: Upon finding out that he has a daughter, Zeus — motivated by a prophecy that his next child would overthrow him — sets out to send her to Tartarus.
  • Badass Beard: Zeus' beard and hair appear to be made of clouds, and change depending on his mood.
  • Berserk Button: Anyone — especially mere mortals — tricking him and/or disrespecting his authority as King of the Gods sends him into a rage. He also reacts violently to any perceived threats to his rule.
  • Carry a Big Stick: Zeus' Thunderbolt is a double-ended mace-like weapon with a three-pronged head, resembling a Hindu Vajra. He uses it as a projectile weapon capable of producing explosions surpassing thermonuclear weapons in magnitude, and can recall it after throwing it.
  • The Casanova: Zeus is a notorious Depraved Bisexual whose affairs with gods, spirits, and mortals are literally the stuff of legend; and he is not used to being told "no" when he directly approaches someone.
  • Hopeless Suitor: When Kuzunoha passed through Greece while hunting for the Hakumen Kinmō, Zeus was besotted with her and tried just about every trick in the book to woo her, to no avail.
  • Hypocrite: Zeus places a great deal of importance on the custom of Sacred Hospitality, but invades Ohkwari's home to pick a fight with Kuzunoha over Tatakai's body. One of the reasons he is angered by Kuzunoha is because she attempted to kill her daughter Tatakai, despite he himself planning to imprison Tatakai for all eternity in Tartarus to prevent her from becoming a threat to his reign.
  • I Love You Because I Can't Control You: Zeus isn't used to being told "no" when he wants to sleep with someone, and Kuzunoha's blunt rejection of his advances and ability to see through every dirty trick in his playbook left him completely flabbergasted and all the more enamored with her.
  • God of Thunder: Zeus can teleport by turning into lightning, and can generate and control golden electricity. His most powerful weapon is his Thunderbolt — a double-headed pronged mace he uses as a projectile.
  • Jerkass Gods: While he can be generous to those who earn his favor, Zeus tends to be temperamental, arrogant, condescending, and sanctimonious — to the chagrin of even the other Olympian gods.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: Zeus' Aegis can manifest as an aspis shield bearing the visage of the Gorgon Medusa and made of the divine metals adamantine and orichalcum, making it capable of blocking any attack.
  • Magic Nuke: His Thunderbolt is a vajra-like weapon capable of creating explosions comparable to volcanic eruptions and meteor impacts — greatly outstripping the destructive power of the most powerful man-made explosives.
  • Offing the Offspring: He's sent several of his demigod descendants to Tartarus for the crime of offending him, and does the same to Tatakai to prevent her from fulfilling a prophecy that would overthrowing him.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: Even without his Thunderbolt — which can produce massive explosions — Zeus can manipulate the weather to create powerful hurricanes and tornados.
  • Really Gets Around: Despite being married to the Goddess of Marriage, Zeus is literally legendary for his serial infidelity, having fathered most of the demigods in Greek mythology. He slept with Hakumen Kinmõ centuries in the past, and attempted to woo Kuzunoha as well.
  • Sculpted Physique: Zeus' body alternately appears to be made of organic marble or bronze.
  • Smug Super: As the King of the Olympians, Zeus is extremely arrogant and sees himself to be above not just mere mortals but other gods and supernatural beings.
  • Top God: Zeus is the king of the Olympians, the gods of Greek Mythology.

Supporting Characters


  • Author Avatar: Of mouthofxenu, one of the commentators on the Spinnerette forum.
  • Back from the Dead: She was killed by Ascha'Vovina, but Came Back Strong due to her Semi-Divine nature.
  • Casual Kink: She uses her petrifying gaze as a form of BDSM, as those she petrifies cannot move but are fully aware of their surroundings and anything done to them.
  • Crusading Lawyer: Yuriale's day-job in modern times is a lawyer who is retained by Wolf.Spider's family and also does pro-bono work representing beastpeople in both civil and criminal lawsuits.
  • Deadly Gaze: Played with, as while she can petrify others with her gaze, they're not killed by it and can be unpetrified. Furthermore, while Medusa's gaze petrified and killed anyone who made eye contact with her — which Yuriale maintains was Power Incontinence — Yuriale can control whether or not her gaze petrifies.
  • Gorgeous Gorgon: Yuriale is a Gorgon, the niece of Medusa herself, but is more beautiful than monstrous; and maintains that the reputation of the original three Gorgons as hideous monsters was propaganda by the Olympians... though she herself is capable of assuming a more-monstrous form.
  • Magical Eye: Yuriale can petrify those who make eye contact with her, though the people she petrifies are not killed and remain fully aware of their surroundings.
  • One-Winged Angel: While she prefers a mostly human-looking form, she can transform into a monstrous form with fangs, snakes for hair, bronze wings and claws, and serpentine coils for legs.
  • Prehensile Hair: Yuriale can shape her hair into prehensile tendrils that she can use to attack, restrain, or defend.
  • Rescue Romance: Yuriale rescued Wolfen from being killed a werewolf, and was touched when Wolfen called her beautiful despite her monstrous form. Several years later, Yuriale learned that Wolfen was being forced into a political marriage by her father and crashed the wedding, eloping with her before singlehandedly deposing King Wolfor to put Wolfen on the throne.
  • Semi-Divine: As the niece of Medusa, Yuriale is the granddaughter of the primordial sea-gods Kētō and Phorcys. This enables her to apotheosize after being killed by Ascha'Vovina.
  • Snake People: Yuriale can transform her legs into serpentine coils, which she can use to constrict opponents like a python.
  • Yandere: Yuriale acts violently possessive towards Wolfen, though it's (mostly) just an act.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Yuriale has green hair, signifying that she isn't human.

    Princess Destiny 

  • Author Avatar: Of Destiny, one of the commentators on the Spinnerette forum.
  • Bedlah Babe: Destiny usually wears a Belly Dancer outfit, befitting her nature as a djinni.
  • Happily Adopted: Upon being freed by Wolf.Spider, she was happily adopted by Wolfen and Yuriale.
  • Immortal Immaturity: She's a djinni who's hundreds — if not thousands — of years old, but behaves like a mischievous and more-than-a-little bratty teenage girl.
  • Our Genies Are Different: Destiny is a djinni who was sealed in a lamp, which wound up in Wolfen's possession. Upon being freed, she was summarily adopted into the royal family — to Prince Croco's ire.
  • The Prankster: Possibly owing to countless centuries being sealed away in a lamp, Destiny enjoys using her magic to pull pranks on Wolfen, Croco, and the various maids; and only Yuriale can keep her in-line.
  • Reality Warper: Destiny is capable of low-tier reality-warping, provided someone makes a wish using her lamp.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Destiny has reddish-pink hair, though she can change the color at will due to being a djinni.

    Robert Lawson 

  • I Have No Son!: After smuggling Marisa back home and marrying her, his parents disowned him out of disgust and refused to let Sarah have any contact with him.
  • Love Across Battlelines: Robert enlisted to fight in a war against an insurgency of beastpeople sick of being treated as slaves and tools, but ended up falling in love with one of them.
  • Maligned Mixed Marriage: He was disowned by his bigoted parents for marrying Marisa.

    Marisa Lawson 

  • Cat Folk: Marisa resembles a humanoid feline with traits of several large cats.
  • Love Across Battlelines: Marisa was a Super Soldier beastperson who was bred to hunt and kill humans, but fell in love with a human soldier on the opposite side and wound up Defecting for Love, helping him escape and eventually marrying him.
  • Panthera Awesome: Marisa was engineered using lion, leopard, cheetah, tiger, and jaguar genes.
  • Super Soldier: Marisa was engineered for combat, possessing strength, speed, reflexes, and senses surpassing those of even other feline-type beastpeople. However, this made her getting pregnant a risky affair, since she hadn't been designed with reproduction in-mind. Her child would have been stillborn, but Surinae resuscitated and stabilized the baby's genetic anomalies with her healing powers, and even managed to fix some of Marisa's Clone Degeneration while she was at it.


  • Cards of Power: Kuzunoha carries a set of mystical cards she can use to summon other Yōkai — including a jorōgumo, a misogynistic kamaitachi, an arrogant tengu, an alcoholic tanuki, a gashadokuro, and an ushi-oni.
  • Chosen Conception Partner: In the middle of a Despair Event Horizon over the certainty of being tortured and executed for her umpteenth failure to kill "Imari" — and worse, starting to fall in love with her — Kuzunoha decided that in order to ensure her own safety she'd need to have a child powerful enough to protect her. When Zeus visited her in "Imari"'s form, Kuzunoha put the moves on him, and became pregnant with Tatakai.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Kuzunoha was born the daughter of the original Kuzunoha from Japanese folklore, and was brought up to be a Miko to Inari. Her mother was murdered right in front of her by a cruel onmyōji, who proceeded to enslave her and treat her as a tool to fight and slay other yōkai — her only solace being in the arms of an also-enslaved jorōgumo. Even after she finally had enough and killed the onmyōji, the gods punished her for derelicting her sacred duty by sending her on what was meant to be a suicide mission.
  • Hunter of His Own Kind: She was used by a cruel onmyōji to hunt other yōkai, and even after killing him she was punished by the gods with having to capture or kill the powerful nine-tailed fox Hakumen Kinmō.
  • In Love with the Mark: When Kuzunoha finally caught up with the Hakumen Kinmō — now going by "Imari" — her nemesis was heavily pregnant. Not willing to kill unborn babies even for the sake of fulfilling her mission, Kuzunoha decided to wait until they were born before killing her nemesis. However, during that time she found herself being seduced by "Imari" and genuinely fell in love with her.
  • Interspecies Romance: She fell in love with a jorōgumo named Mayatomo Ōnoki when they were both enslaved by a cruel onmyōji.
  • Kitsune: She is a nine-tailed fox-spirit from feudal Japan, having been born in the Heian Period.
  • Kung-Fu Wizard: On top of the supernatural powers she possesses as a kitsune, Kuzunoha is a talented martial artist and swordswoman; and has also mastered onmyōdō, Shugendō, and the use of various Buddhist mudras and mantras to perform a broad array of magic.
  • Mission from God: Having inadvertently neglected her duties as a servant of the deity Inari — having been enslaved by a cruel onmyōji for several decades notwithstanding — Kuzunoha was punished by being sent on a suicide mission to capture or kill the malevolent nine-tailed demon-fox Hakumen Kinmō. Kuzunoha spent several centuries chasing her, but Hakumen Kinmō was always one step ahead.
  • Legacy Character: She is the daughter of the Kuzunoha from Japanese folklore, assuming her mother's name after being enslaved by the onmyōji who killed her.
  • Near-Death Experience: She's almost killed by one of Neo-Goliath's combat mechs, but is healed by "Imari" and Surinae.
  • Offing the Offspring: Deciding that Tatakai was too dangerous to be left alive, and fearing that she would be used as a weapon to cause untold destruction and calamity, Kuzunoha decided to kill her own daughter and destroy her body.
  • Power Limiter: To keep from revealing the existence of gods and spirits to the mortals, Kuzunoha was marked with divine ink to seal away the majority of her power, though this also left her vulnerable to attacks she would've otherwise been able to effortlessly shrug off.
  • Really 700 Years Old: While she looks to be in her mid-twenties, she's actually almost 1100 years old.

    Adamas & Ada 

  • Animal-Themed Superbeing: Adamas is a raven-themed moon-god and Ada is an owl-themed moon goddess.
  • Author Avatar: Of Adamas, one of the commentators on the Spinnerette forum.
  • Deity of Human Origin: Adamas — and by extension Ada — was once a mortal human farmer before apotheosizing into a lunar deity.
  • Hero of Another Story: Adamas and Ada fend off alien invasions and other threats from beyond the stars, all while raising their adopted daughter Arte Spider.
  • Kill Sat: With the support of Wolf.Co, Adamas created a Magitek weaponized satellite that orbits the Earth, and pressganged a wrong wolf clone infestation into maintaining and repairing it... to his chagrin, as the "modifications" they made to the satellite have left it... highly unstable. The satellite's AI, GloDAS, was programmed by Vulnes in an attempt to mitigate the damage done, with mixed results.
  • Literal Split Personality: Adamas and Ada were once a singular deity before being split into male and female forms — the black raven-themed Adamas and the white owl-themed Ada.
  • Lunarians: Adamas is a deity who lives on the Moon, in the ruins of an ancient Moon Kingdom. He salvages the tech and uses it to defend Earth from extraterrestrial threats.
  • Papa Wolf: Adamas is very protective of his adopted daughter, Arte Spider — named in honor of Artemis Templeton — and her biological mother Robert/Robin Spider.
  • Physical God: Adamas is a divine being with a bird motif who makes his home on the Moon.
  • Sinister Scythe: Adamas' weapon of choice is a war scythe reforged from the one he used as a human farmer.
  • Winged Humanoid: Adamas can manifest a pair of avian wings and fly with them.

    Sif (Alternate Timeline) 

  • Alternate Self: She is the Sif from the rebooted timeline created by the Temporal Reset, and co-exists with her self from the original timeline.
  • Bodyguard Crush: Sif fell in love with her original timeline self when she was employed by her father as a bodyguard, and made repeated attempts to seduce her.
  • Cape Wings: Sif can transform her cloak into a pair of jagged wings resembling a cross between a butterfly and a bat's, due to them being manifested from the eldritch entity she is bonded to.
  • Church Militant: Sif is a zealous worshipper of Asura, and any besmirching of him sends her into a rage. The eldritch entity she's bonded to, conversely, hates Asura but is zealous to the Outer Gods.
  • Cool Key: Sif has a jagged black metal key shaped like the Elder Sign, which she can use like a Magic Wand to cast spells or turn into a sword.
  • High Priest: Sif is the (self-proclaimed) high priestess to Asura, and is more than a little zealous.
  • Lovecraftian Superpower: At some point, Sif was parasitized by an amorphous eldritch creature but wound up (somewhat) taming it, enabling her to spawn Combat Tentacles and other nightmarish abilities.
  • Magic Missile Storm: Sif's preferred form of attack is firing barrages of homing projectiles of eldritch energy, up to and including Homing Lasers.
  • Superpowered Evil Side: Being bonded to an eldritch entity hasn't exactly done wonders for her mental stability, and it occasionally seizes control of her.
  • The Symbiote: Sif was parasitized by an amorphous eldritch creature that attempted to seize control of her and use her as a weapon against Asura, but she's learned to mostly control it.
  • Wounded Gazelle Gambit: She allows herself to be captured by Charybdis and the Crawling Chaos by pretending to be an ordinary human girl lost in the big city.


  • Asskicking Equals Authority: Ohkwari used her divine strength to seize control of one of the beastpeople street-gangs in the city's underbelly.
  • Badass Longcoat: At some point, Ohkwari slew a particularly large loup-garou and turned its pelt into a coat she wears in her human form.
  • Bears Are Bad News: Ohkwari is an ancient goddess who can transform from a middle-aged woman into a colossal bear at-will, and even in her humanoid form tends to be gruff and no-nonsense. Angering her is a one-way ticket to a mauling.
  • Beary Friendly: While she can be ferocious and terrifying, she tends to be fairly laid-back.
  • Blade on a Stick: Ohkwari's primary weapon in her human form is a large spear carved from the bones of an ancient beast and inlaid with bronze decorations.
  • The Don: Posing as a bear-type beastperson, Ohwkari took control of one of the street gangs to gather information about conditions in the city.
  • Mama Bear: Ohkwari is very protective of the younglings who come into her care, though she particularly dotes on her grandson Yona. In the short time that they know each other, she takes it upon herself to try to teach Tatakai how to better control her rage, and is also grandmotherly towards Abel.
  • Partial Transformation: She can transform her arms from human ones to bear paws tipped with Absurdly Sharp Claws.
  • Physical God: She is an ancient bear-goddess who has existed since at least the Ice Age.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: When one of her sons was shot by a hunter who mistook him for a regular bear, Ohkwari killed him in a state of Tranquil Fury and then took her clan south to exact further vengeance.


  • Beast Man: Koneko is a feline-type beast-person who used her superhuman physical and sensory abilities to become a Ninja.
  • Classy Cat-Burglar: After fleeing oversees, Koneko turned her ninja training and feline physiology towards becoming a literal cat-burglar.
  • Convulsive Seizures: Owing to her terminal illnesses, Koneko suffered from occasional seizures.
  • Covered with Scars: When introduced, Koneko is covered in a mess of scars owing to a combination of mange, radiation sickness, and frequently being whipped and branded. On a whim, Ascha'Vovina used a Healing Potion on her, restoring her to full health and healing her scars and terminal illnesses.
  • The Exile: After her oyabun was murdered, Koneko was framed and found herself hunted by would-be assassins. She fled overseas, but was eventually hunted down and would have been killed had a young Tatakai not inadvertently rescued her.
  • Fin Gore: As punishment for stopping the guards from torturing a poor mouse-girl to death, Koneko had her fingers cut off.
  • Highly Visible Ninja: Koneko is a Cat Girl trained as a ninja, though after her exile she applied her skills as a thief.
  • Incurable Cough of Death: Over a decade of laboring in a prison mining camp left her with acute pulmonary fibrosis compounded by terminal lung cancer, causing her to have frequent coughing fits so severe she couldn't breathe.
  • Promotion to Parent: Konoko more-or-less raised Tatakai, though she wasn't exactly mother-of-the-year material, treating the young kitsune more as a pet than a child and seeing her as a tool for revenge against those who'd killed her beloved Otō-san.
  • Sexy Cat Person: Koneko is a Cat Folk kunoichi-turned-cat burglar, and prided herself on her beauty.
  • Situational Sexuality: She's implied to have been intimate with a mouse-type beastwoman.
  • Yakuza Princess: Koneko was taken in by a Yakuza oyabun, who treated her like a daughter and trained her as a spy and assassin.


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