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    Riptide Crew (Bodie & Emlia) 

Emilia

Appears in: Dance Central 1-3, Spotlight.
A sporty dancer.

Bodie

Appears in: Dance Central 2, 3, Spotlight.
A friendly, sporty guy.
  • Cool Shades: His DCI outfit.
  • Nice Guy: Is encouraging to the player, even if they get a low score.
  • Surfer Dude: His whole theme is based around this.

    Lu$h crew (Angel & Miss Aubrey) 

Angel

Appears in: Dance Central 1-3.
A smooth Latino ladies man.

Miss Aubrey

Appears in: Dance Central 1-3, Spotlight.
A dancer with a privileged upbringing.

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    Hi-Def (Glitch & Mo) 

Mo

Appears in:Appears in: Dance Central 1-3, Spotlight.
The one-man street team of Dance Central.

Glitch

Appears in: Dance Central 2, 3, Spotlight.
A young Asian dance prodigy who joins Mo in the High-Def crew.
  • Asian and Nerdy: Makes gaming references and can be socially awkward sometimes.
  • Informed Ability: Is described a prodigy, even though Lil' T (who is about the same age or younger) gets no mention of her ability.
  • Multicolored Hair: Has different hair colors in all of his outfits.
  • Nice Guy: He is one of the nicer dancers who won't say anything nasty, and is, nevertheless, a good sport and has fun doing what he loves.
  • Teens Are Short: However, he has a somewhat muscular build.

     Flash4wrd (Taye & Li'l T.) 

Taye

Appears in: Dance Central 1-3, Spotlight.
Dance Central's resident homegirl.

Lil' T.

Appears in: Dance Central 2, 3.
Taye's little sister.

     The Glitterati (Jaryn & Kerith) 

Jaryn & Kerith

Appears in: Dance Central 2, 3.
Twin siblings who believe that they are the best dancers in existence. They form the Glitterati crew.
    DCI (Rasa & Lima) 

Rasa and Lima

Appears in: Dance Central 3.
DCI agents on mission to stop Dr. Tan's nefarious plans.
    D-Coy (Dare & MacCoy) 

Dare P. Batheson

Appears in: Dance Central, Dance Central 3.
A British rave girl.

Oleksander "Maccoy" Macko

Appears in: Dance Central, Dance Central 3.
An old-school hip-hopper.

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     Others (Oblio, Dr. Tan, ELIOT) 

Oblio

Appears in: Dance Central, Dance Central 3 (as part of the Murder of Crows crew with Dr. Tan).
An aloof, introspective biker.


Dr. Tan

Appears in: Dance Central 2, 3 (with cameos in Dance Central and Spotlight.)
The series' main antagonist.
  • Laughably Evil: He may look serious and intimidating in the main plot of the game (most of the time), but when you pick him as a dancer in Dance mode, it's an entirely different story. Being the villain, he gets funnier the less stars you have.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: Apparently Oblio's dad.
  • Mad Scientist
  • Ominous Multiple Screens: His mansion in Dance Central has these, as well as his airship in DC2.
  • Robot Master: Uses robots to do his bidding in all three games.
  • Sequel Hook: Was this in Dance Central, only appearing in the outro.

ELIOT

Appears in: Dance Central.
An unlockable character. He is a robot.
  • Fun with Acronyms: His name is short for "Excessive Live Information Overload Tracker".
  • Most Definitely Not a Robot: On his voice clip on dancer select screen, he claims he's away because he's doing human things.
  • Sinister Surveillance: He's responsible for the first game's statistics screen. Implied to be utilized by Dr. Tan to track the dancers.

     Ninja Crew (Ttiw Tolrep / Shinju & Kichi) 

Ttiw Tolrep / Shinju

Appears in: Dance Central 1-3.
An unlockable character. Better known to the community as "The Pink Ninja".

     Icon Crew (Marcus & Frenchy) 

Marcus & Frenchy

Appears in: Dance Central 2, 3.
Unlockable characters that look like the game's flash card illustrations.
  • Shout-Out: Their names are derived from two of the game's choreographers.


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