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The "hero" of CHR. Most of the story involves him killing things or gaining new powers, occasionally at the same time.

  • Anti-Hero: Type V. He sometimes fights evil people and isn't completely devoid of altruistic qualities, but he does far too many terrible things and enjoys causing harm too much to qualify as anything else.
  • Artificial Limbs: He gets a robotic arm in Part 1 after his first fight with Corrupted Blade. Shortly before that, the Magun fuses to one of his arms.
  • The Atoner: At times, as it's implied he turned himself in to the police out of regret for killing Soku and her loved ones, and he decides to atone for killing a dragon by bursting from his belly.
  • Author Avatar: As an overpowered character and the first-person narrator, it's easy to see him as the author's personal representative in this world.
  • Blood Knight: He really enjoys fighting.
  • Clear My Name: In Part 1, he's framed for killing civilians by Corrupted Blade, forcing him to testify in court and later, kill Corrupted Blade again when this fails. The webcomic adaptation portrays this as taking place in the Ace Attorney courtroom.
  • Heroes Prefer Swords: He inexplicably masters the ability to use a sword during his Training from Hell early on, and amasses quite the collection throughout the story.
  • Disproportionate Retribution:
    • He kills a hunter for setting a trap that he stepped in while hunting that did not even harm him because it broke on his leg. To make matters worse, the trap may not have even been intended for him.
    • He plans to "wipe out (Soku's) entire gene pool" for turning him in to the police. For the record, wiping out her gene pool would involve wiping out the entire human race. Apparently for him it just means killing her extended family.
    • After he gets shot in the shoulder after accidentally teleporting to the Super Bowl, he kills 6 million people just to prove a point about how dangerous angry Horteka are.
  • Dual Wielding: Keyblades and gatling guns.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Comedic example in the webcomic, in which he says the webcomic author "sound(s) like an ASSHOLE" for making fun of the author and the fanfic. Not long afterward, the webcomic author had to stop because of complaints from the Humber family.
  • Fan Nickname: "Vashblade" or "Bladevash" seem to be the most popular.
  • Friend to All Children: At times, shows a soft spot for children, like when he plays with some, but is not above killing them (like with Soku) or threatening to kill them (when he threatens to kill a boy if he reports his presence or if he does not bring him food while he's in hiding).
  • Fusion Dance: He can bodily combine with other characters to gain their powers, but he can also fuse his swords together, and later on he learns how to combine his various "sides" and their respective Super Modes.
  • Gatling Good: Uses two against the "snobs".
  • Go Nagai Sideburns: In the webcomic.
  • Heinz Hybrid: He's part wolf, part Saiyan, part demon, part Horketa, part dragon,
  • How Do I Shot Web?: After suddenly transforming into a dragon, he's forced to hide until he learns how to control his new powers.
  • I Have Many Names: Fluffy, Vash, Blade, Blade Dragonfang, Humber
  • The Magnificent: His titles include "Angel of Death", "God of Destruction" and "Chaos Hunter."
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Killing Le-Hung-Doe instead of capturing him leads to the Ying-Yang War.
  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot
  • Not Me This Time: He has caused several massacres of large numbers of innocent people, but has also been framed for a few such incidents.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: In the webcomic.
  • Restraining Bolt: His sword is implied to be this, since he apparently goes berserk if it breaks or is taken from him.
  • Savage Wolves: Originally a wolf that killed things and then the Heinz Hybrid nature kicks in and he's no longer a wolf but he still kills things.
  • Super Mode(s): Several, such as his Super Saiyan mode, dragon form, and several that are achieved by using his powers together.
  • Theme Music Power-Up: He can invoke this at any time by 'setting' one of a number of real-life songs.
  • Unstoppable Rage: Succumbs to this several times.

Spin The Hedgehog

He's... pretty much like Sonic the Hedgehog. Seriously, there doesn't appear to be any difference between him and the canon Sonic.


A dragon with the ability to control the seasons.

  • Balloon Belly: He gets this after eating. He and Vash initially think it's the food, but it's actually all the eggs that he's pregnant with.
  • Big Eater: Eats food by the ton, which is not surprising, considering he's miles long.
  • Elemental Powers
  • Giant Flyer: He's miles long and weighs almost a quintillion tons, but his injuries are the only thing preventing him from flying.
  • Heinz Hybrid: Like his brother, Vashblade, Season Bringer also has Saiyan and wolf heritage
  • Informed Ability: It's stated that he keeps the seasons in balance, but he never actually does anything related to it on-screen.
  • Kaiju: He stretches for hundreds of miles.
  • Meaningful Name: Subverted, see Informed Ability above.
  • Mr. Seahorse: He becomes pregnant with thousands of eggs.
  • Morality Pet: He's one of the few who are able to inspire Vash to actually perform kind or selfless acts.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: They seem to be able to change size, have fantastical powers, and males can become pregnant.
  • Ultimate Blacksmith: In Part 2, he forges an Infinity +1 Sword that can split into three lesser swords. He also makes a device that can capture and convert rogue dragons, so he may have a Gadgeteer Genius streak as well.
  • Your Size and/or Weight May Vary: Infamously, he starts at 60,000 feet long, gets bigger, then inexplicably shrinks enough to fit inside a hospital or the co-pilot seat of a presumably small spacecraft. He's also stated to weigh 900,000,000,000,000,000 tons.


A half-megalodon half-man introduced near the end. Like Vashblade, he's been heavily experimented on.



A nebulous force of evil with no clear goal besides possessing people and causing chaos.

  • Demonic Possession: Does this to Vashblade for a while in Part 1, though he eventually breaks free. It also possesses Spin off-screen.
  • In Name Only: Chaos in this story doesn't seem to be much more than a bunch of demons led by generic "dark gods". The traditional Chaos Gods aren't mentioned at all.
  • Unexplained Recovery: A common theme for the villains; they come back from being sealed, being totally destroyed and various other maladies several times each. Possibly lampshaded when Vashblade mentions killing a 'dark god' for the 900th time.

Corrupted/Chaos Blade

An evil(-er) version of Blade created by Chaos.


A demonic being who first appears during the Ying-Yang War of Part 2. He becomes one of Vashblade's recurring foes, and the only one to die permanently before the climax.

The President

The President of the United States, who apparently started the experiment that got Vashblade captured in the first place.




Vashblade's brother. Not technically a villain, as he's brainwashed for his first two appearances. He dies in every appearance.


A little girl that loves Vashblade for some reason. She may be the same character as a little girl who appears near the beginning of Part 1.

  • Love at First Sight: Assuming she's not the same as the other little girl, she just walks up to Vashblade one day and tells her to stop hurting his Evil Knockoff because she loves him. She regrets this later.
  • Only in It for the Money: The reason she betrays Vashblade.
  • Recycled Script: There's another little girl and her father earlier in Part 1, who are killed by raiders.
  • Sailor Fuku: She wears one in the "Betrayed By Soku" guest chapter.
  • Stuffed into the Fridge: The first little girl gets killed off by hunters, provoking Vashblade into killing them. Vashblade himself kills Soku twice.
  • Unexplained Recovery: She comes back at least once, possibly twice if she's the same as the other little girl.
  • Vague Age: She's said to be a "little girl" in her introduction, but is drawn as a teenager in "Betrayed By Soku," since the author didn't give any details. It's unclear how old she's supposed to be when she reappears to kill Vashblade, but she's probably in her mid- to late thirties.

Arctic Wolf Tribe

A tribe of wolves who live in an extinct volcano in the Arctic.


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