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Author Avatar: In a rather contrived way. The Special Info Episode explains the circumstances of this. Berserk Button: Mentioning that disaster of a party. Clothing Switch: As of episode 7, he exchanges his yellow T-shirt for a lime one, his blue shorts for orange, and wears a yellow coat. Creating Life: He was created by 2 robots in a factory, as explained in the Special Info Episode. Genre Savvy: By 'Store Story', he has accepted the fact that things will eventually go downhill for the group. Surprisingly, that episode is an instance where it doesn't happen to him. Well, other than being temporarily hypnotized by Stephanie Grenade Launcher: His Shock Ball Launcher, although it looks like 'a pencil sharpener on a stick', according to Andy in the Special Info Episode. Instant Flight: Just Add Spinning!: He can create a helicopter propeller on his finger to fly. Nice Hat: His blue baseball cap. Nice Guy: He cares a lot about his friends, and just wants everyone to be safe and have a good time. Light 'em Up: Power Flash Odd Friendship: With Alex, the Ambiguously Evil Heroic Comedic Sociopath of the group. Official Couple: With Amber, the other Only Sane Man. Only Sane Man: Along with Amber, but moreso. Throw Down the Bomblet: Shock Balls Whip It Good: Hot String, which he can even use as a Grapple Move.
Clothing Switch: At the end of 'VRcade', she gets a hair ribbon, a short-sleeved white shirt, purple shorts, and pink leg and armbands. Nice Gal: Gentle and caring, especially when it comes to Koden. Official Couple: With Koden, the other Only Sane Man Only Sane Man: Along with Koden, but she doesn't display this trait due to not saying much. Space Is Magic: She, oddly, has powers over space. The Conscience: She tries to coax the more abrasive characters, like Alex and Killer, into being nice and doing the right thing. Morality Pet: Killer is slightly nicer to her than to other members of the cast. The Quiet One: Doesn't say much, and when she does, its usually to quell the more obnoxious members of the group. Vocal Evolution: As of episode 7, her voice becomes more raspy and louder.
A Dog Named "Dog" Beary Funny: He's a little teddy bear in a comedy series, its a given. Cheerful Child: Troubling Unchildlike Behavior or not, he's very upbeat. Everything's Better with Plushies: He's a teddy bear. Fluffy Tamer: He managed to make friends with Windears and stop them from attacking Snake, Duck, and Balloon. Kid-Appeal Character: Alongside Balloon, Duck, and to a lesser extent, Snake. All of them are child characters who get into mischief as kids will do. Elmuh Fudd Syndwome: He has this speech impediment to make him more like a cute kid. Fearless Fool: Troubling Unchildlike Behavior aside, he doesn't seem to notice when in a situation that will get him killed, as long as there is some fun to be had with it. Living Toys: A living teddy bear. Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: Due to using the internet, he knows about things that a kid like him should not know, which freaks Cody out to no end.
Arbitrary Skepticism: He'll sometimes point out the impossibility of certain things, despite previously encountering those very same things. Ascended Extra: Merely made a last-minute cameo in episode 1, then became a full-fledged character. Cute Machines: He's a little robot with big eyes and giant wheels. Eye Beams: Although they aren't that powerful. Funny Robot: He's a robot in a comedy series, its a given. Insufferable Genius: He has signs of this, such as finding it frustrating when someone rephrases his wordy explanations, and sticking with the original meanings of certain words despite not being Literal-Minded. Robot Buddy: Although some others might consider him a little annoying instead of a cute companion. Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: He has an annoyingly verbose vocabulary. Super Drowning Skills: He won't short-out in water, he just can't swim.
Catchphrase: "Whatever." Chain Pain + Variable-Length Chain: Its her power. Characterization Marches On: Initially started out as nothing more than a Deadpan Snarker with some creepy feelings towards her brother, but those feelings quickly get dropped and she is shown to have some Hidden Depths when it comes to music. Clothing Switch: As of episode 7, she wears an orange sleeveless shirt, an orange dress with a zigzag pattern, a feather hairband, and very long black High-Class Gloves. Deadpan Snarker: Her monotone voice certainly helps. Emotionless Girl: On the outside, but deep down she has a passion for singing and is a little insecure. Gallows Humor: She has a rather morbid sense of humor. Goth: Not as much as her brother, though. Half-Identical Twins: With Killer. Both of them are sarcastic goths who wear orange. Hidden Depths: Her secret talent is singing, something nobody else had any idea of. She is very passionate about it too. Hipster: She refers to pop music as 'tech-manipulated pop garbage'...but usually ends up singing it anyway. I Just Want to Be Special: 'Store Story' reveals that she wants people to notice her and her talent for singing. Light Feminine and Dark Feminine: The dark feminine to Portica's light feminine. Killdra acts very dull and sarcastic, but she still has a girly side to her, like squeeing about music. She doesn't really like Portica because she thinks Portica is pompous and judgmental. Peek-a-Bangs Perky Goth: Well, not quite the friendliest example, but she isn't a Debbie Downer like her brother is. The Snark Knight: She usually has a (rather dark) quip to anything, but she is prone to Self-Deprecation too. Tomboy: She's snarky, morbid, and doesn't care about much "girly" stuff. Too Kinky to Torture: She has no problem admitting shes a masochist. For example, she eats ice-cream purely for the brainfreeze.
Brilliant, but Lazy: He is actually a very effective fighter, but would rather be The Load because he thinks ita funny. Catchphrase: To Martha after she makes an ice-related joke, "Tee-hee, ice puns." Clothing Switch: As of episode 7, he wears an orange headband and red pants with an orange stripe below the knees. His hair also gets 3 sideways spikes. Don't Explain the Joke: Quite a few times, so much with Martha that it is essentially his catch phrase. Fun Personified: He makes light of even the most serious of situations. The Load: Quite often, and proud of it! In fact, he usually invokes this trope because he thinks its funny. Obfuscating Stupidity: He acts like a complete idiot because he thinks its funny, not to catch enemies off-guard. Our Werebeasts Are Different: His Monster form, which is an orange humanoid creature with large wings. Muscles Are Meaningful: As of episode 7, he gets muscles as part of the Art Evolution, and as his battle against brainwashed Bill and Martha shows in that episode, he can put them to good use! Plucky Comic Relief: He loves being the jokester of the group, and making jokes is pretty much all he does. Pungeon Master: To him, the more groan-worthy the pun, the better! Straight Man and Wise Guy: The wise guy to Martha's straight man. He makes a dumb joke, and Martha sarcastically reacts. Whip It Good: Light Rope.
Berserk Button: Don't even think about mentioning his old name! Clothing Switch: As of episode 7, he wears a lime tank-top with a white sun pattern, a green headband with the same pattern, and white pants with green stripes in the middle. Embarrassing Beta Name: It's nearly said a couple times by characters like Alex or Koden, but he always cuts them off. Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Foolish to Whitney's Responsible. He is bombastic and will charge right into confrontation. Hot-Blooded: He's aways pumped up, energetic, and ready for a Rousing Speech. Interface Screw: His third forms Pixel Crush attack...which somehow does huge damage by giving the screen a blocky jittering effect for a moment. Light 'em Up: He has powers over light, namely his Light Beam attack. Palette Swap: What his second and third forms are. His second form turns his hair a lighter shade of blue, and his third form turns his hair and clothes black with a yellow shirt. Power Floats: He can hover. No Indoor Voice: Being Hot-Blooded only adds onto it. Our Werebeasts Are Different: His Monster form, which is a spiked green quadruped that can roll into a ball. Pink Girl, Blue Boy: Using hair-colors with his sister no less! Super Speed: In his second form by turning into a comet of light. You Gotta Have Blue Hair: He and his sister are the only members of the main cast with unnatural hair colors.
Clothing Switch: As of episode 7, she wears a yellow midriff with a pink diagonal stripe, a matching short dress, and a flower-like hairpin. Cool Big Sis: Towards her younger brother Bill, although their relationship isn't explored as deeply as her's and Dave's. Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Responsible to Bill's Foolish. She will try and approach confrontation nice and easy, and will Take a Third Option if possible. Gamer Chick: She is particularly fond of . Pilotwings Jet Pack: She can conjure up a yellow one at will. Nice Gal: She is level-headed, patient, and understanding. Shes also the one person to reach out to Dave and try to be his friend. Passionate Sports Girl: Her love for sports is actually what lets her bond with Dave. Pink Girl, Blue Boy: Using hair-colors with her brother no less! Pink Means Feminine: Again, because of her hair color. Vocal Evolution: As of episode 7, her voice is more like a high-pitched version of Bill's.
An Ice Person: She has ice powers, notably her Freeze and Kill attack. Beauty, Brains, and Brawn: She's the Brawn of her gal-pals, because she is surprisingly good at physically fighting, despite being so nice, especially when in her element. Portica's the Brains, and Kayla's the Beauty. Can Not Tell A Joke: At least not in terms of insult comedy, as seen in 'VRcade'. Catchphrase: "Shut up and fight!", usually to Andy. Clothing Switch: In 'Store Story', she gets a blue heart hairpin, grey stockings, and a black-and-grey checkered shirt and dress. As of episode 7, her hairstyle changes too and points outwards at the bottom. Cute Bruiser: She's cute, friendly, and also especially strong when in her element. Dark and Troubled Past: She was abused as a child by a man with a whip, as explained in the Special Info Episode. Gamer Chick: Not to the extent of Whitney, but she is familiar enough with games that she knows about the trouble the Ice-type has in . Pokémon Not Quite Flight: She can fly on chilling mist, which other characters don't understand at all. Our Werebeasts Are Different: Her Monster form, which is a giant blue snake that can dig fast. Pungeon Master: She makes ice puns every now and then, which Andy will point out each time. Straight Man and Wise Guy: The straight man to Andy's wise guy. He makes a dumb joke, and Martha sarcastically reacts.
Beauty, Brains, and Brawn: She's the Brains of her gal-pals, because even disregarding her psychic powers, she is clever in combat and one of the more sensible ones. Kayla's the Beauty, and Martha's the Brawn. Black Magician Girl: She is very skilled with her telekinesis and Eye Beams in battle, and is always up for dispatching villains. Clothing Switch: In 'Store Story', she gets a silver star-shaped hairpin, a long-sleeved purple shirt, a long purple dress with a black zigzag pattern, and white high-heels. Also, teal eyeliner for some reason. As of episode 7, her hair changes to a very wavy style. Eye Beams: More like 'eye laser rings', as Boo calls them. Light Feminine and Dark Feminine: The light feminine to Killdra's dark feminine. Portica is still a bit of a tomboy, but she is also into jewelry, outfits, and isn't above gossiping. She doesn't really like Killdra because she thinks Killdra is creepy and weird. Mind over Matter: She has telekinesis. One of the Boys: She honestly gets along more with the male members of the cast. Her tough and straightforward attitude causes friction with some of the female characters, sometimes good and sometimes bad, like Kayla and Killdra. Tomboy and Girly Girl: The tomboy to her BFF Kayla's girly girl. Portica is sassy, tough, and has low tolerance for stupidity.
Beauty, Brains, and Brawn: She's the Beauty of her gal-pals, because she has the traditionally "cute girly girl" personality to her, and she isn't much help in a fight or very intellegent. Martha's the Brawn, and Portica's the Brains. Buffy Speak: Talks like this sometimes, like saying 'ramp truck thingy'. Chest Monster: This is her main power, creating treasure chests that contain traps. She can even hide inside of them! Clothing Switch: In 'Store Story', she gets a pink flower in her hair, a pink tank-top, pink shorts, and pink rollerblades. As of episode 7, her hair changes to pigtails. Dumb Blonde: She is quite the airhead, and pretty Literal-Minded too. Genki Girl: She is very chatty and hyper. Lovable Coward: Not nearly as bad as Frog, but she has a habit of hiding inside of a treasure chest when the going gets tough. Woman Child: She is frequent to pout or use words like 'meanie' when she doesn't like something or someone. Pink Means Feminine: As of her Clothing Switch it does. Tomboy and Girly Girl: The girly girl to her BFF Portica's tomboy. She is super-cheerful, will react extremely to things she finds gross, and sometimes talks like a valley girl.
A Father to His Men: In his own words, back when he was evil, he treated his Mooks with respect and referred to them as 'bodyguards' rather than 'underlings' or any similar word. Ambiguously Evil: Openly admits it in 'The Camping Webisode'. A notable example of this is in 'VRcade', where he wants to keep the severd-heads-on-a-spear of his and Seth's Darkness counterparts in front of his house like in feudal Japan. Blade on a Stick: Spears are his power. He can make them explode too. Clothing Switch: His poncho becomes much bigger. His hair also changes to a ponytail with long bangs at the sides. Freudian Slip: Frequently lets it slip that he liked being evil and doing bad things. For example: Alex: My two bodyguards were female back in the good ol' day- I MEAN bad! Bad days! The days when I was evil! HeelFace Turn: Went through one in the past, although his Ambiguously Evil status brings into question how well it worked... Heroic Comedic Sociopath: He's a good guy, but he's also rather violent and Ambiguously Evil. Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He is bombastic, selfish, and irritable, but he can also be one of your closest friends. Large Ham: He is prone to bragging, and would qualify as Evil Is Hammy if he was a straight-up villain. Manchild: He is prone to throwing hissy-fits when things aren't going his (often twisted) way. Nightmare Fetishist: If this Freudian Slip at the beginning of 'Carneelval' is any indication. Alex: Wow! Going to a ghetto carnival in the middle of the night, just like I always fantasized!...I mean FEARED! Odd Friendship: With Koden, the Nice Guy Only Sane Man of the group. Politically Incorrect Villain: While 'villain' is a bit harsh, he still makes the assumption that one of the girls chose the mall for the group to go to in 'Store Story', because "girls go clothes shopping and buy a ton of useless shit." Psychopathic Man Child: If things don't go his way, he'll fly into a rage where his Ambiguously Evil side becomes more evil than ambiguous. The Rival: To Seth, it even serves as his nickname to him. They are always making a competition of almost anything. Sore Loser: He does not take falling even the slightest bit behind in a competition very well. Death threats WILL be made! Vitriolic Best Buds: With Seth. They are at each others throats almost constantly, but they are still great friends.
Ambiguously Brown Beware the Quiet Ones: She doesn't say much and is very polite, but she will stab you with thorns if you push her too far. Clothing Switch: As of episode 7, her dress changes design, she wears a purple long-sleeved shirt under a striped green shirt, and a purple gardener's hat. Her hair also changes to be a bit more wavy. Green Thumb: She has plant-based powers. Nice Gal: Arguably the nicest character in the series, unless it involves Lisa. She is extremely polite and soft-spoken. Prayer Pose: Always stands like this, to reflect her proper and polite demeanor. Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue Oni to Lisas's Red Oni, who is always teasing her. She keeps a cool head, is very nice, and acts like proper young woman. Silk Hiding Steel: She is way more effective in combat than a polite young woman like her would lead you to believe. The Quiet One: The trait is there, but characters like Lisa and Julie keep her from fully becoming this.
Blow You Away: She has wind powers, like creating updrafts and twisters. Clothing Switch: As of episode 7, she gains an orange shirt and dress with square patterns on the, and a sunflower in her hair. Her hair also sticks out more at the sides and her bangs are split. Friend to All Living Things: She is nice to everyone, from kids to animals to creatures. Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She has orangish-blonde hair, and there isn't a mean bone in her body. Magic Carpet: Like Whitney and her Jet Pack, she can conjure one up at will. Nature Lover: What do you expect with a name almost like a season? Nice Gal: She tries to see the good in anyone, even Lisa and Dave. Vocal Evolution: She gets a lisp in episode 7.
Affectionate Nickname: She acts like this when calling Asia 'quirky' just to get on her nerves. Catchphrase: "My my!" and referring to things as 'quirky'. Characterization Marches On: Intially she was destructive and even outright villainous, but then she Took a Level in Kindness and is now just a troll. Clothing Switch: She shows up in 'VRcade' with a tan shirt that has a ribbon tied around its V-neck collar and a matching dress. Also, she has a tan triangle hairpin. Deadpan Snarker: She's a troll, so of course she's sarcastic too. Killer: If you survived having your skull crushed on steel, you'll survive THIS. Lisa: You really know how to comfort a gal, Killer. The Hedonist: She holds herself in a high regard, and trolls and makes fun of everyone else because It Amused Me. It Amused Me: The main reason why she does the things she does. Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Not as much as Alex, but as Autmn points out in 'The Camping Webisode', she has some hidden kindness. Large Ham: Especially when she is trolling someone, in which she will banter with extreme bravado. Mama Bear: She is very protective of Sand Snake, and does not take kindly to others ordering him around or insulting him. Nominal Hero: She'll fight for what is right, but only when she feels like it, and she'll often wait until the last minute to do so anyway. Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red Oni to Asia's Blue Oni, who she is always teasing. She is loud, a troublemaker, and rather unhelpful. The Gadfly: Mainly towards Asia, but pretty much everyone is fair game for her to troll for her own amusement. Tomboy: She is not easy to get along with, and will happily get her hands dirty. Troll: Oh BIG time! Pissing people off for her own amusement is what she likes best.
Partners and Pets
Non-Human Sidekick: To Seth. Raptor Attack: And this example actually has feathers! Perry: But why does it have feathers? Seth: Come on, Perry, in this day and age, feathered dinosaurs should be common knowledge. Snake: Its true. Dinosaurs were the ancestors of your species. Sixth Ranger: Added to the cast as of episode 7. Stock Dinosaurs: A velociraptor.
Making a Splash: While not involving water directly, she can create spikes of coral. Olympic Swimmer: Due to being a lifeguard and friends with WG, Corla is an incredibly great swimmer. Pals with Jesus: She is presumably the right-hand-woman of Waterfall Girl, who is the more-or-less the Poseidon of series. Pink Means Feminine: Not only is her hair pink, but the coral spikes she can create even are!
Extra-ore-dinary: Metal Spin, which serves as a defense by creating a barrier of floating steel balls. Officer and a Gentleman: He is the leader of some sort of squad, although it has yet to be seen, other than Kerry. He is certainly a chivalrous and polite guy too. The Leader: He is the leader over a squad that has yet to be seen, other than his bodyguard, Kerry.
Fish People: His face looks more human than fish, though. Fluffy Tamer: He owns an aquarium exhibit in the zoo, filled with creatures like White Killer Eels and Pink Fish Chargers, and all of which he has an attachment to and can call upon on a whim. Making a Splash: He can create water spouts and such. Olympic Swimmer: He's a fish person, so of course he's going to be a fast swimmer!
A Dog Named "Dog" Animate Inanimate Object: He's a living spoon. Beleaguered Assistant: He tries to get his boss Dave to listen to reason about how a store should be managed and how to treat customers, but Dave is too much of a short-tempered brute to listen. Funny Spoon: He's a living spoon who suffers all sorts of unfortunate events. Morality Pet: Averted. Even though Dave spilled out his insecurities to Spoon, he has no issues with abusing him. Why Do You Keep Changing Jobs?: Goes from running the sports equipment store in episode 5 to running an elephant ear stand in episode 7. Dave gets pretty pissed about it.
Artificial Limbs: He has giant playing cards for hands and feet. Seth: How do you do ANYTHING with those card-hands?! And those card feet, it must be like walking around with scuba flippers on! His Name Really Is "Barkeep": As per usual for DSBT. Koden: WOW. Thats worse than Weird Girl. Pungeon Master: He drops a card pun almost every time he talks. The Jester: He's got the hat and tons of card puns to go along with it. When Life Gives You Lemons...: He isn't bothered by his name and limbs in the slightest. Card Human
: I know with these limbs and my name, you'd think life dealt me a bad hand. Its not so bad once you get used to it, and it comes in
Brilliant, but Lazy: He claims to have a lot of knowledge on things, but being a Sleepyhead means he can't even get through a sentence properly. Sleepyhead: He has a habit of dozing off even in the middle of his sentences. He says he suffers from narclepsy.
Back from the Dead: She has the power to revive the recently deceased, which is something she doesn't like to do. Black Bead Eyes Cursed With Awesome: Reviving the dead is an incredible power, which is exactly why she doesn't like it and tries to be descrete about it. Kayla of all people realizes what could happen. Kayla: What if people found out about her power? You know how much danger that would put her in? Good and evil alike would want someone who could revive the dead! Everyone would be after her, and she would have to be on the run for the rest of her life! And-and since shes an angel, she probably can't die, so she would be on the run forever! Our Angels Are Different: She isn't divine in any sense, has butterfly wings, and looks more like a Christmas ornament more than anything.
Animate Inanimate Object: A living plane. Cool Plane: He's one that can talk and move his arms and wings like limbs! Non-Indicative Name: He's not a car, he's a plane. Seth: Okay you're a talking plane, nothing strange there, but why the hell is your name BEEPS? Beeps: Yeah, whats the problem? Seth: Uhh, maybe that planes don't BEEP!
Companion Cube: His red bulletin board, which he uses to hide behind. He says he hates the fact that he even needs it. Nervous Wreck: He has a constant stutter and can't handle confrontation without his voice going up a few octaves. Shrinking Violet: He is incredibly meek and stutters when he talks. Creatures and Wildlife
White Killer Eels
Pink Fish Chargers
Biting Blue Fish
Bears Are Bad News: They are very quick to anger, especially if you are dumb enough to try and fight them! Blow You Away: Not only are they made of wind, but they can morph into things like vapor and twisters.
Acrofatic: They look pretty pudgy and have very tiny legs, but they were very fast. Horse of a Different Color: They aren't supposed to be, but Cody, Alex, and Seth use them like one anyway in 'Untamed and Uncut'. Use Your Head: Duh. They're rams, after all.
Rubber Hand Boss
Asteroids Monster: Still has (limited) sentience as a small wad in 'The Party'. Blob Monster: Implied in 'The Party' with his Jell-O form, but the trailer for The Movie finally reveals he is this. The Ghost: Only a portion of him, as Jell-O of all things, has been shown in the series proper. Walking Wasteland: According to Andy, he once polluted all of the planets water by merely sinking into it.
Ax-Crazy: He really lives up to his name and loves slaughtering others. Dark and Troubled Past: He wasn't always evil, but after being banished to a fiery realm for 10,000 years, he became the killer monster he is now. Freudian Excuse: He spent 10,000 years in what is pretty much Hell, which made him insane and bloodthirsty. Guttural Growler: Makes him sound menacing. Names to Run Away from Really Fast Obviously Evil: If his name wasn't enough to tip you off, his appearance, voice, and mannerisms will. Playing with Fire: He can spit fireballs and breathe fire. Magma Man: He can create Lava Pits to either attack or defend, and can make them burst in a pillar of lava. Slasher Smile: Thanks to his Scary Teeth giving off this expression. Thinking Up Portals: Its a fiery wall that leads to his realm. Time Abyss: He is over 10,000 years old. To Serve Man: He eats people, namely those sent to his realm. Tortured Monster: He was destined for evil, and even though he and Koden tried their best to prevent this, You Can't Fight Fate. This has left him extremely bitter and violent.
Acquired Poison Immunity: He's immune to his own poison, but not Ashley's Evil Luddite: He and Ashley strive to destroy technology and other man-made things. Gaia's Vengeance: He and Ashley are invoking this by destroying any man-made structures to restore things to their natural state. Poisonous Person: He uses poisonous snakes. Those Two Bad Guys: Alongside Ashley. Both of them are out to destroy technology, but they both are each others weakness. Snakes Are Sinister: He can summon and manipulate venomous snakes. Stupid Evil: He and Ashley intend to save nature...by using poison, which hurts nature... Well-Intentioned Extremist: He and Ashley want to return to the world to is natural state, but they do so by destroying structures and attacking anyone who stands in their way.
Acquired Poison Immunity: She's immune to her own poison, but not Michael's. Evil Luddite: She and Michael strive to destroy technology and other man-made things. Gaia's Vengeance: She and Michael are invoking this by destroying any man-made structures to restore things to their natural state. Hollywood Acid: Her acid melts through anything quickly. Poisonous Person: She can shoot acid. Stupid Evil: She and Michael intend to save nature...by using poison, which hurts nature... Those Two Bad Guys: Alongside Michael. Both of them are out to destroy technology, but they both are each others weakness. Well-Intentioned Extremist: She and Michael want to return to the world to is natural state, but they do so by destroying structures and attacking anyone who stands in their way.
Dirty Coward: He mostly relies on his Digimon to fight for him. As a result of rarely fighting, he can be bested in combat rather easily. Evil Doppelgänger: Of Koden. My Name Is ???: It literally is, because he was never given a name! Killdra really lays into him how ridiculous this name is. No Pronunciation Guide: His name is pronounced 'Question, question, question', not 'Question mark, question mark, question mark'. Red Eyes, Take Warning: To show that he's evil, its the only thing that separates him from Koden. Killdra even thinks he's just Koden high on drugs at first.
Acrofatic: Even outside of the arctic Icer exhibit, he is very mobile for his massive size. Fat Bastard: He's as evil as he is fat. He's a massive walrus-like creature who has a big appetite for humans. Gravity Sucks: He can create a vacuum by diving through the ice really fast. Mix-and-Match Critters: He is similar to a walrus, but has a horn like a narwhal. Real Men Wear Pink: Actually, real men ARE pink! He's also an evil, cannibalistic, Fat Bastard. Tail Slap: He can break the ice by slamming it with his tail. To Serve Man: Intends to eat Portica and Kayla in 'Untamed and Uncut'.
Bare Your Midriff Enthralling Siren: Her music can manipulate the minds of men, based on what song is sung. Killdra even compares her to one, even though she looks nothing like one. Hoised By Her Own Petard: If anyone gets a hold of her mic, they can use her brainwashing music to their advantage. Manipulative Bitch: Her mind-controlling music aside, she uses Killdra's love for music to trick her into singing a duet with her and amplifying her power. Mind-Control Music: Its her specialty, and gets stronger the more people who join in. Weaksauce Weakness: Not only does her music only work on males, but if anyone gets a hold of her mic, her songs can be used against her.
Cartoon Creature: Well, he's actually a demon, but the other characters keep thinking he's things like a gremlin, a goblin, and a dinosaur. Creepy Long Arms: His arms are nearly the length of his body, complete with Wolverine Claws. Dirty Coward: He summons Darkness counterparts to fight for him. When they are dispatched like the lowly Mooks they are, he retreats through a portal. Genre Refugee: He thinks he is in a serious action series, but soon realizes that he's part of a comedy series with No Fourth Wall. The Napoleon: Implied, since he gets very mad when Killer calls him 'short'. Non-Indicative Name: He's psycho, but he's not a man. Our Demons Are Different: Calls himself a 'demon lord' and a 'master of the forces of darkness'. Thinking Up Portals: He can create a pink and orange portal. This Is a Drill: He has a drill horn. Villainous Breakdown: Played for Laughs. He becomes increasingly more frustrated as more and more of the cast refuse to take him and his Mooks seriously. Eventually, he just goes Screw This, I'm Out of Here!.
Big Bad: Although one who isn't introduced until episode 7. Dirty Coward: After Killer defeats all of his brainwashed acquantinces and is ready to fight Eel, he distracts Killer by destroying a stand where a mongoose is and then has Screech carry him away. Dishing Out Dirt: He can fire stone bricks. Gadgeteer Genius: He built a now-destroyed machine that mass-produces Spell Balls. He notes how difficult it was to make without arms. Silicon-Based Life: He's an eel made of stone. Slippery as an Eel: Even though he is not an organic eel, he still falls under this trope. He's sneaky, crafty, and the Big Bad of the series.