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Guess I have to do everything myself.
Decimated Dave 
I can control the 3D world better then I thought I could.
The friendly antagonist of Vs. Dave and Bambi's first week, this time noticeably meaner after gaining control of his 3D powers and creating a new world he controls. He is fought in "Disability" and the first segment of "Wireframe."
  • Adaptational Jerkass: Dave in the original mod is entirely friendly, with the most damage he's done being by complete accident. Now that he can control his powers over the third dimension, however, he's become a megalomaniac that refuses to accept anyone but himself as the ruler of the dimension.
  • Adaptational Sexuality: As confirmed canon in "Dave X Bambi Shipping Cute", this version of Dave is gay, as opposed to his usual straightness.
  • Adaptational Villainy: Was a Nice Guy in the original D&B. Here, he's a megalomaniac who turns on Boyfriend to keep the secret of the realm for himself.
  • Drunk with Power: Gaining control over his power to turn things 3D has apparently caused Dave to become cockier and more short-tempered alongside a new It's All About Me attitude.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Despite his Adaptational Villainy, he’s shown being supportive of his adopted son Tristan, showing up to his rap battle against BF in “Apprentice”. He doesn’t seem to mind his 3D powers, either.
  • Evil Cripple: A wheelchair user who has gone Drunk with Power over mastering his Reality Warper abilities.
  • It's All About Me: Dave is trying to kick Boyfriend out of his 3D dimension because it's possible for anyone to manipulate it to their will, and he doesn't want to let Boyfriend challenge his control.
  • Might Makes Right: Now that he's mastered control of his 3D powers, he wants to take it further and control the realm accessible through them. As "Wireframe" indicates, Dave is willing to use lethal force to ensure his authority.
  • Powered Armor: Wears a robot suit labeled as such during "Wireframe."
  • Promoted to Love Interest: As "Dave X Bambi Shipping Cute" has been confirmed canon to the mod, he's become this to Bambi.
  • Reality Warper: Now with significantly improved control over his ability to turn objects 3D. Hell, the entire mod takes place in a world he created.
  • Villainous Breakdown: When Dave is defeated in "Disability", he transforms into an Expunged-like version of himself known as Decimated Dave out of anger and refusal to let Boyfriend manipulate his world.
  • You Have GOT to Be Kidding Me!: After Bandu interrupts him in "Wireframe," Dave spends the rest of the song floating around in utter panic and confusion thanks to the chaos god accidentally ruining his plans.

Dave's eccentric and hostile farmer friend, who is ordered to find the supposed invader Boyfriend and kick him out ASAP. Also the basis for almost all of the inhabitants of the 3D realm, natural or otherwise. He is fought in "Disruption" and the second segment of "Applecore."

3D Tristan 
Dave's adopted son, who was mainly an extra in the original mod, but now finally gets to show off his own skills in the song "Apprentice"
  • Adaptational Villainy: Averted. He seems to show no ill will towards Boyfriend in "Apprentice", unlike his father.
  • Ascended Extra: While playable in the original mod, Tristan currently has no songs and only appears in cutscenes otherwise. In Golden Apple however, he gains his own bonus song.
  • Mythology Gag: The place where Tristan sings at during the first part of "Apprentice" is outside Dave's house, the location where Moldy's fangame, "Dave's House", takes place at.
  • Reality Warper: Much like Dave, Tristan is able to control the 3D World, transporting everyone into it during the latter part of "Apprentice".

Moldy be like
A mysterious Humanoid Abomination that punishes cheaters in his original mod, now taking a more front-and-center role for the latter half of "Applecore".
  • Ascended Extra: In the original D&B, Expunged is a minor opponent that is only fought in the two No Fair Cheating songs and has very little information about it. This mod expands on the lore of Expunged, diving into its eldritch powers and giving it a brother in the form of Bandu. This later motivated Rapparep, Expunged's original creator, to elaborate on its canon lore as well.
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: Views Bandu as this, and even swallows him up during "Applecore."
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Its less-than-intimidating appearance and indulgence in Word-Salad Humor makes it out to be a silly character in a similar vein to its template Bambi, but delving into its powers and mindset reveals it to be a god-like Humanoid Abomination with a sadistic streak of torturing innocents for fun and an utterly horrifying sense of what constitutes a "perfect being".
  • Cain and Abel: Subverted; although Expunged swallows his brother Bandu whole in the second half of "Applecore", he comes back later for "Wireframe", "Sugar Rush", "Origin", and the "Cycles" cover. The creation of Butchatrix plays this straight, however, as the nature of his creation essentially implies he is the brother Expunged wants, not the one it has.
  • Creating Life Is Bad: Its first creation, Brobgonal, is bigoted. Its second creation, Barbu, fares way better in terms of morals but is still deformed. Its next few creations, the "Trixes," are eldritch facsimiles of Bandu, Dave, and itself and are portrayed as Sick and Wrong. That's not even getting into whatever Dale is.
  • Enemy Summoner: Word of God states that it has the ability to create Bambi Minions, small purple-hatted copies of itself that appear in Bambi's part of "Applecore".
  • Even Evil Can Be Loved: Expunged's brother Bandu genuinely looks up to it and wants to impress it with his Badai form.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Despite mostly seeing Bandu as an Annoying Younger Sibling, the fact that it created life because he was feeling lonely one day implies that it does somewhat care about him.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Expunged is a twisted, sadistic Humanoid Abomination that tortures outsiders for fun and cares little even for its own brother, but even it considers its first attempt at life, the bigoted, bratty Brobgonal, to be a complete mistake. Possibly subverted, however, as it also feels the same about the much nicer Barbu, implying it's more about his lack of power and fear factor than his terrible personality.
  • Exact Words: When Expunged says "NEVER COMIN' BACK AGAIN!" at the end of "Applecore", he isn't kidding; he doesn't appear for any other song in the game.
  • Expy: The existence of the Trixes gives it striking similarities to Xenophanes, being a Humanoid Abomination wearing the skin of a more familiar video game character who torments outsiders for amusement. The only difference is that Xenophanes's servants are the reanimated corpses of his victims, while Expunged had to create the Trixes from their templates as artificial beings.
  • Humanoid Abomination: This version of Expunged plays up this aspect a lot more, as it displays the ability to materialize out of nothing, warp reality to suit its needs, and even create life.
  • It Amused Me: Expunged considers its xenophobia towards outsiders to be its purpose. Why? Because it thinks that's funny.
  • Medium Awareness: It takes a Bambi-like form because Bambi's spritesheet was the first thing it saw when it came into existence.
  • Odd Friendship: Is on good terms with Ringi, who is quite the softie compared to Expunged. Their resemblance to each other may have something to do with it.
  • Pet the Dog: Its first attempt at creating life was because it saw its brother Bandu feeling lonely and wanted to make a friend for him. While this ultimately resulted in Brobgonal, which it deems a mistake, it's the thought that counts.
  • Plot-Irrelevant Villain: Downplayed. Aside from possibly killing Bambi and being Bandu's brother, his appearance in the last part of "Applecore" doesn't really have any relevance to the plot, and he currently doesn't appear in any other songs. However, some of his CREATIONS are planned to appear in some of the main songs in the 2.0 update.
  • Sadist: It's willing to swallow its own brother whole for a chance to battle against Boyfriend, tortures innocent outsiders because it finds it funny, and considers "perfect beings" to be mutated Eldritch Abominations that warp the images of friendlier faces.
  • Swallowed Whole: Does this to Bambi and Bandu in the second half of "Applecore".

    Supernovae (Nupersovae) Bambi
Bambi's old design from "Supernovae," split off into a separate character named Nupersovae Bambi. His song is "Galactic."
  • Decomposite Character: Nupersovae's design is an old spritesheet for Bambi that was used in the song "Supernovae." Here, he's a separate character, albeit technically still part of the original cast.
  • Lonely Piano Piece: The instrumental of "Galactic" is a looping piano beat and is meant to evoke the feeling of drifting through space alone.

    OG Dave

A recolor of Daddy Dearest that served as a placeholder Dave before he was given unique sprites, now split into a separate character in the same manner as Nupersovae Bambi. His song is "OG".

  • Decomposite Character: Similarly to Nupersovae, OG Dave takes Dave's placeholder design from the pre-alpha version of Vs. Dave and Bambi, which is just an all-white recolor of Daddy Dearest, and turns it into its own separate character.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Just like Daddy Dearest, he has glowing red eyes.

Baldi's Basics Mod Characters

    Dave's Fun Algebra Class! 
A cast of characters that appear in "Dave's Fun Algebra Class!", a mod for Baldi's Basics and the original game Dave is from.

In General

  • Graceful Loser: Outside of Dave and Diamond Man, they're content with spectating the battle once they lose.
  • Hostile Show Takeover: While not necessarily hostile, they do steal the spotlight from Dave to sing their own part of the song (Garret in particular tries this twice), which Dave has problems with.
  • The Noseless: With exception of Garret and Alien Monitor, none of them have noses.
  • Stealth Hi/Bye: They all appear in a flash of white light when it's their turn to sing, and they stay in the background once it's over, with the exception of Diamond Man, who just leaves after his turn ends.

Classic Dave
Welcome to my school! People don't visit me often, so I'm glad you're here!
You little ragamuffin, I'm tired of your tomfoolery! Every gosh darn time I try and sing, a little junker comes and ruins it! Now, get a load of my badonkadonk!
The main character of the original Baldi's Basics mod, and the replacement for Baldi himself. Don't mind his disability, he can get around himself.
  • Berserk Button: He hates being interrupted while he's singing, getting angry and singing much faster when Garrett tries to butt in during his second section.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He starts "Algebra" acting about as nice as Dave in the original mod, but he quickly turns when his Berserk Button is pressed, insulting Boyfriend, calling Garret a "fat rat" and saying he hates him, and infecting Playrobot to make it sing faster.
  • Flowery Insults: Dave has quite a few colorful ways to insult people he doesn't like; He calls Garret a "fat rat", collectively refers to the rest of his class as "junkers" and calls Boyfriend a "slippery slimy H2O O2 consuming waste of space".
  • Medium Awareness: During the last section of "Algebra", he threatens to make Boyfriend "redo this whole entire 10-minute marathon" during his last segment, implying he knows that the player will reset the song upon death.
  • It's All About Me: Seems to have this attitude, yelling at the rest of the group for "stealing [his] spotlight".
  • Obfuscating Disability: Never directly stated, but this could be the case as, despite his saying he's in a wheelchair, his legs move just fine when he gets angry.

Click here to see Garrett in Ferocious 
Hey you! I know you're hacking!
The replacement for the Bully in Dave's Fun Algebra Class, and the first one to hijack "Algebra". He also returns in Ferocious as the main opponent.
  • Ascended Extra: Becomes the primary antagonist in "Ferocious", as the game it's based on stars him.
  • Berserk Button: Unlike Dave, there is no indication as to what causes Garrett to get mad at Boyfriend during "Ferocious".
  • Captain Obvious: Just like It's a Bully, he has text saying "THIS IS GARRET" floating next to him at all times.
  • Fat Bastard: Has the same proportions and attitude of his Baldi's Basics counterpart, and he tries to interrupt Dave to get in a second turn during "Algebra", accidentally pushing his Berserk Button. Averted in "Ferocious", where he instead takes on more Baldi-like proportions.
  • Green and Mean: Primarily wears light green, and he's the replacement for It's a Bully.
  • Hammerspace: He's apparently able to fit PLAY_TIME_2_0, who's about half as tall and even wider than he is, in some sort of space behind his back to pull out in "Ferocious".
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Downplayed; while no doom is necessarily caused, his attempt to butt into Dave's song a second time is what gets the latter to undergo his Villainous Breakdown.
  • Vocal Dissonance: His voice is made using the Sytrus preset on FL Studio, which doesn't exactly match his Fat Bastard appearance.

Green Alien Monitor

Kids these days can't follow the rules at all...
A very appropriately named alien that replaces the Principal in Dave's Fun Algebra Class, and the third opponent in "Algebra".
  • Body Horror: Due to a Magic Wand error from DFAC, parts of the Monitor's leg are ripped apart and disintegrated, leaving chunks of his leg and his feet floating separate from his body.
  • Little Green Men: Downplayed; he certainly fits the green alien side of the trope, but he's about as tall as a normal person.

Diamond Man
An easily-angered man of diamond that replaces Arts and Crafters in Dave's Fun Algebra Class, and the fourth opponent in "Algebra".
  • Berserk Button: He can't stand being looked at and automatically flies into a rage when someone does.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Stylistic Suck-laden as he may be, his section of "Algebra" is by far the toughest in the song.
  • Blessed with Suck: A man made of shiny, eye-catching diamonds… that hates being stared at. Not the greatest combination.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: He enters the fray in "Algebra" immediately angry, accusing Boyfriend of thinking he's too shiny.
  • Lean and Mean: Being a literal stick figure, this is rather clear to see.
  • Meaningful Name: His name is Diamond Man, and he certainly is a diamond man.
  • Patter Song: His section of "Algebra" is this to the max, being significantly faster and hideously overcharted on his side (and the player's side isn't much better).
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here: Unlike the other characters in "Algebra," Diamond Man outright leaves when his turn ends, not staying in the background like everybody else.
  • Sensory Abuse: His voice and vocals are really loud and obnoxious.
  • Stylistic Suck: Even moreso than the other opponents in "Algebra", with his animations amounting to stretching his sprite around, his vocals being intentionally loud and obnoxious, and his part of the song being way spammier than the rest.
  • Visual Pun: Look at the shape of his head. It's a diamond.


Does anyone want to exercise with me?
A small robot made to play with children ages 7-10, the replacement for Playtime in Dave's Fun Algebra Class, and the final opponent in "Algebra".
  • Murderous Malfunctioning Machine: Dave infecting it with a virus causes it to fill with static and become significantly more aggressive.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: The smallest of the Algebra gang by quite a bit, and yet it's capable of giving a good challenge when it gets infected by Dave.
  • Robot Buddy: Was designed to play with children, and this friendliness shows in its pre-virus part being the calmest and slowest.

A black stick figure with red eyes that resides in Dave's office. He doesn't appear in "Algebra", but instead in the secret song "Cell", accessed by trying to enter the debug menu during "Algebra".
  • Dark Is Not Evil: He may be jet black with red facial features, but in the original game he means no harm.
  • Sensory Abuse: His voice comes from an incredibly low-quality microphone, making him hard to hear over the garble, and he lets out a few especially loud bursts halfway into the song.

    Garrett's Funny Animal Game! 

In General

A robotic version of Playtime and the second opponent in "Ferocious", coming after Garrett.
  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Its eyes change color based on which pose it's doing.
  • Expy: Unintentionally on the parts of the original creators, but similarly to Playrobot, PLAY_TIME_2_0 is a robotic replacement for Playtime that the Baldi replacement sends against Boyfriend, though this time it's the first supporting character instead of the last.
  • Robot Me: A robot modeled after Playtime.

Paloose Man
Never gonna give you up, never gonna let you down, never gonna escape out of crime town.
"Get back here you bad crimal. There shall be no rapping in these premises. This is a rap free establishment."
A hyperactive - and poorly cropped - policeman that replaces Principal of the Thing in "Funny Animal Game", and the third opponent in "Ferocious".
  • Chase Scene: Both of his sections are this - the first one on foot, the second in his cop car.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: It initially seems like his section of the song is a one-off event, but he ends up returning at the end to chase after Boyfriend again with a cop car and an angry Garrett.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Chases after Boyfriend and puts him in jail for rapping in the halls, stating that "This is a rap-free establishment." Downplayed, however, as Boyfriend's sentence is only 15 seconds (though this could count as a callback to how the original game did detentions).
  • Hypocritical Humor: Admonishes Boyfriend for rapping in a "rap-free establishment" before immediately joining in with a rap of his own, even bragging about how sick his beats are.
  • Insistent Terminology: He refers to Boyfriend multiple times as a "crimal" due to a TTS spelling error present in the original game.
  • Police Brutality: Referenced, as he mentions wanting to spank Boyfriend a couple times during his verse.
  • Suddenly Voiced: While he isn't the only character to have mid-song dialogue, he is the only one to rap using proper lyrics.
  • Too Much Information: He apparently feels the need to inform us that "[his] butt is filling with poo" during his rap segment.

A pair of robotic legs that replaces First Prize in "Funny Animal Game" and appears a few times in "Ferocious".
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Assists Boyfriend in running away from Paloose Man, as opposed to the obstructive role it has in "Funny Animal Game".
  • Super Speed: Able to handily outrun Paloose Man's police car during the climax of the song.

It's A Wizard
Give me your items or I will put a spell on you!
Exactly What It Says on the Tin - a wizard that replaces It's A Bully in "Funny Animal Game", and the fourth opponent in "Ferocious".
  • Adaptational Heroism: In this mod, It's A Wizard uses his magic to get Boyfriend out of jail before challenging him, essentially sparing him from Garrett's wrath for a bit. This contrasts to his role in the original mod, where he'd cast a disorienting spell on players who had no items on them.
  • Captain Obvious: As with the character he replaces, the text next to his head feels the need to inform us that the man with a wizard cloak, wizard hat, and magic powers is indeed a wizard.
  • Didn't Think This Through: Implied whenever he disappears with the player's item in his origin mod, as his spell meant to make it vanish makes him disappear as well.
    "Oops. I'm gone too!"
  • Eye Pop: A seemingly permanent one, as his eyes are never seen not bulging out of his skull at the very least.
  • Interface Screw: During his section of "Ferocious", magic notes are strewn throughout the chart that, when hit, cause the screen to rotate briefly.
  • Wizard Classic: White beard, starred purple cloak, magic wand, eccentric demeanor - he's a wizard, alright.

Mr. Music
A music-obsessed man that replaces Gotta Sweep in "Funny Animal Game", and the fifth opponent in "Ferocious".
  • Non-Human Head: Has a piano for a head.
  • Overly-Long Gag: He and Boyfriend spend a combined 56 seconds simply singing their ascending chromatics during the start of the segment.
  • The Quiet One: His section is noticably quieter, calmer, and slower than the rest of the song.

Do You Accept
"I have a gift for you. Come here."
A tall, suspicious man with a gift box that replaces Arts and Crafters in "Funny Animal Game", and the final opponent in "Ferocious".
  • Ambiguously Evil: Even though he has an Obviously Evil appearance, he never does anything evil to BF outside of rapping with him.
  • Black Eyes of Evil: Complete with red pupils.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: How else can you describe a person who's primary form of dress literally says not to trust him?
  • Funny Background Event: During Garrett's third section in "Ferocious", Do You Accept stays behind Boyfriend and can be seen making different expressions towards Garrett and the camera whenever the camera moves over to Boyfriend, at one point even putting on a mask of his icon for some reason.
  • Obviously Evil: Despite him supposedly wanting to give you a gift, his Black Eyes of Evil, suspicious grin, and the fact that his shirt says "don't trust this guy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!", it's pretty clear that he's not the kindest of characters.
  • Oh, Crap!: Gains this expression near the end of Garrett's third section when he realizes that a police car is speeding right towards them and starts running away.

Natives of the 3D realm

    In General 
  • Contrasting Sequel Antagonist: Dave, Bambi, and Expunged end up losing it in the mod's continuity and all turn on Boyfriend unprovoked for their own nefarious ends. The natives, on the other hand, really just want to have fun.
  • Expy: Invoked; all of them are essentially "Bambisonas."
  • Invisible Anatomy: Promotional images of Bandu in his fursuit suggest they all have invisible hands which require gloves for anyone to see them if they aren't gesturing or holding something.
  • Nice Guy: The mod lore makes a really big deal of how much they like each other and wouldn't hurt a fly. Even vices like the stereotypical Fan Girl behavior pattern seem to wash away because of their overwhelming kindness.
  • Theme Naming: All of them have names that are very similar sounding to Bambi.

While the phones aren't just painted bricks this time, Bandu's obsession runs deeper than his template.
Click here to see him as Badai 
Click here to see his Origin form 
I got lots o' phones!
A phone-obsessed YouTuber and brother to the eldritch Expunged, as well as the first original character and the only one to appear in the main set of songs. He is fought in the first segment of "Applecore," along with the songs "Sugar Rush" and "Origin." Bandu also sings covers of "Ugh" and "Cycles."
  • A Form You Are Comfortable With: Played straight, then inverted. Bandu copied Bambi's appearance in much the same manner as Expunged out of Big Brother Worship, but then discovered he felt more comfortable in that form than his original appearance, a one-eyed angelic being.
  • Big Brother Worship: Bandu idolizes his brother Expunged, taking a Bambi-like appearance and creating his One-Winged Angel form Badai partially in an attempt to impress him.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: Bandu has an unusual obsession with phones, likes to play Jenga with said phones, decides to make a YouTube video out of a few expired candies he found, and enjoys eating peanut butter despite being allergic, among many other things. Makes enough sense for a chaos god.
  • Companion Cube: Loves his phones to the point where he literally dates them over pizza.
  • Dynamic Entry: Crashes into Dave in the middle of "Wireframe" while transformed into Badai. Dave then spends the rest of the song trying to recover from the impact and process what the hell just happened.
  • Friendless Background: Never had friends growing up, which apparently struck a chord with even the likes of Expunged. By the end of the mod, he gets two: Boyfriend and Girlfriend.
  • Hidden Depths:
    • Has a real singing voice that excels in harmonizing, but only brings it out for brief segments in "Sugar Rush." His true form also has another voice that is also more suitable for tuned vocals.
    • "Gift Card" reveals Bandu, despite his childish nature, is financially responsible enough to at least make sure the money he spends gets the best mileage for a given scenario. In this case, he knows Google Play Store gift cards are more redundant and versatile than Roblox gift cards and chews out someone who thinks otherwise.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: Typical for someone with a Friendless Background. "Sugar Rush" shows he finds some in Boyfriend and Girlfriend.
  • Irony: While in his Badai form, he rants about how he despises Piggy, but said form happens to turn his body pink like a pig, and the way he is made of several basic polygons gives him a resemblance to a Roblox character (where Piggy originates from).
  • Irrational Hatred: According to "Wireframe", he absolutely can't stand Piggy and thinks it's "so fucking dumb".
  • It Amused Me: He participates in the Furry Fandom because he thinks it's funny.
  • Manchild: A lot of his Cloud Cuckoolander tendencies bring to mind the mannerisms of a child or even a younger teen, even though Bandu is physically the equivalent of a 20-year-old.
  • Physical God: Bandu is confirmed via YouTube post to be a god of chaos, explaining his strange powers and Cloud Cuckoolander attitude.
  • Promoted to Playable: He's the default player character during the "Cycles" cover against Sart Producer.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Bandu found out he was trans 10,000 years ago, meaning that he's existed for even longer than that. His physical age is apparently the equivalent of a 20-year-old human, however.
  • Show Within a Show: His YouTube channel yos3xgamer, which he sometimes uploads and streams to. "Sugar Rush" is explicitly one of his vlogs, collaborating with Boyfriend and Girlfriend.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: Despite his innocent appearance and demeanor, he says "fuck" at least once in every song he has voice lines in. This is most notable in "Wireframe", where he gives an angry, profanity-laden rant about how much he hates Piggy, and the cover of "Ugh", where every "ugh" is replaced with a deep-voiced "fuck".
  • Spanner in the Works: Dave's attempt to violently eject Boyfriend from the 3D realm in "Wireframe" fails because of Bandu crashing into him at the worst possible moment as Badai. Given how Bandu has a few screws loose, it's very likely he wasn't even aiming for Dave and was just so focused on impressing Expunged in that moment.
  • Take That!:
    • "Wireframe" has him rant about how much he hates Piggy.
    • "Gift Card" opens with Bandu tearing into someone for buying Roblox gift cards instead of Google Play Store gift cards. Given his obsession with phones, this probably has to do with the fact that Roblox gift cards can only be spent on Roblox, but Play Store cards can be spent on anything that officially runs on Android, including Roblox.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: 3D Hut pizza, and gumballs.
  • Vocal Dissonance: Bandu normally talks in a higher-pitched voice befitting his loony personality and slight case of babyface, but whenever he's upset, frustrated, or stupefied it drops several octaves to a range one wouldn't expect from a meme character. In both "Applecore" and "Ugh" he lets out a deadpan "...fuck" in this fashion, and in the intro to the unreleased "Gift Card" he brings out the voice again to call someone stupid for thinking Roblox gift cards are better than Google Play Store gift cards.
  • Word-Salad Humor: Every time he appears, he's finishing rattling off some random tangent. The lore behind "Sugar Rush" suggests it's because he's streaming or vlogging about the particular topic.
  • The Worf Effect: With the knowledge that he is a Physical God, Bandu has been on the receiving end of this twice:
    • In the second half of "Applecore", he's helpless to do anything as Expunged swallows him and Bambi whole. Though this doesn't kill him, it does show the level of power Expunged has in this world.
    • Sart Producer invades his house in the cover of "Cycles", and though she never attacks him directly, Bandu is clearly afraid of her.

Unlike a certain other obsessed fan, he'd probably just want to talk to Boyfriend over burgers.
Fought in "Metallic", a deceptively kind being made of serotonin that resides within the 3D world.
  • Alternate Universe: The only character with a defined concept for the Friday Night Funkin' Minus AU. Over there, he's a scarf-wearing demon who is in a romantic relationship with Bandu and raises Bambom as his son rather than just a good friend.
  • Big Eater: Ringi's love of food is his main personality trait besides being infallibly kind. He's even been traveling the world just to expand his palate.
  • Did We Just Have Tea with Cthulhu?: Somehow managed to befriend Expunged.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Ringi's appearance in this mod is in fact a setup for his own mod, Bambisona Mayhem, which expands on him and Bambom and features Bandu as a Guest Fighter.
  • Evil Twin: Despite his purity, Ringi has the misfortune of being saddled with two: a Brobgonal knockoff named Ringgonal, and a monstrous creature named Ringu.
  • Face of a Thug: Ringi's song "Metallic" is a hard rock piece, and has the closest resemblance to known Sadist Expunged. However, he's both literally and figuratively a softie, and is even made out of serotonin, a substance responsible for literally giving happiness. It's also confirmed that he is either literally a teenager younger than Boyfriend or at least has the mind of one, meaning Ringi's also just a good kid at heart in general that loves dining out.
  • Fan Girl: A male example. Ringi idolizes Boyfriend from watching him on the internet, and "Metallic" is him pulling the singer in to meet him in person. Unlike typical cases of the Fan Girl in mods, though, Ringi is far too nice to disrupt Boyfriend's life or otherwise be a Sore Loser about the matter if he's defeated.
  • Kindhearted Cat Lover: He owns a cat named Toio that can be seen sticking out of his head, and being literally made of serotonin certainly helps with the first part.
  • Parental Substitute: Implied to be one to Bambom with the kid's other friends, as they wound up giving him serious talks out of genuine compassion. Taken further with their Minus counterparts, who actually are an adoptive father and son.
  • Pride: Downplayed; though he's too nice to be truly vain, Ringi gives Boyfriend a plush doll of himself marked "limited edition" after they finish singing in "Metallic." That being said, it's still clearly a gesture of goodwill.
  • Sentient Sands: Described as being very soft and made out of pure serotonin, which is a white powder at room temperature.
  • Take That!: Ringi has an Irrational Hatred of NFTs.
  • Teens Love Shopping: Well, dining. Ringi is somewhere between 15 and 17 and has restaurant-hopping as one of his hobbies.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: 3Donalds fast food.
  • Walking the Earth: Loves traveling the world to find restaurants to visit.

Fought in "Strawberry", a 6-year-old Cheerful Child and another of the inhabitants of the 3D world.
  • Ambiguous Gender: Invoked; Bambom is bigender (though because of his inclinations towards he/him pronouns, he's officially referred to as "biflux," after the term used in bisexuality.) Why a six-year-old would know enough about gender identity to make that decision has to do with his friends inadvertently springing the subject prematurely.
  • Charm Person: Has the ability to charm anyone, no matter how despicable, into liking him.
  • Cheerful Child: An energetic six-year-old with high-pitched vocals and the ability to befriend even the most terrifying of people.
  • Deliberately Cute Child: Comes with the territory of being a good-natured Charm Person at the age of five.
  • Free-Range Children: Doesn't have any parents to speak of. It's implied Ringi and some other friends have to do the heavy lifting in that regard instead, and in Ringi's official Minus concept, the two even live together as adoptive father and son.
  • From the Mouths of Babes:
    • His vocals coming from a voice clip of Marcello, he lets out a few "shits" and "balls" as he sings.
    • He also knows an unusual amount about sexuality and gender identity for a six-year-old, enough to identify as biflux himself, thanks to his friends accidentally springing the topic on him so early.
  • Odd Friendship: Best friends with the much-older Ringi, which is the first major hint that the Expunged-like man isn't as intense as he seems.
  • Trapped in TV Land: Inverted; Bambom has the ability to take things from video games.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Strawberries. It's even in his song title and background.

Fought in "Keyboard", a goofy Mexican (somehow) entity that really wants to show you his keyboard.
  • Cat Smile: Has a very wide one plastered on his face.
  • Expy: Even more so than the other natives of the 3D realm; "Bendu" is one letter off from "Bandu," and his schtick of having a keyboard is already done by one of Bandu's gags. The only unique thing going for him is that he's Mexican.
  • Flat Character: Lacks proper characterization outside of being a Mexican and having a keyboard.
  • Funny Foreigner: Being Mexican is one of his two only defining traits, the other being his keyboard.
  • Stupid Statement Dance Mix: Bendu's vocals are sampled from Marcello saying "Look at my keyboard."

A song about gardens is unfortunately one adjacent mod out of reach for this fellow.
Fought in "Sillier," Blogblez is an unusually-tall being from the 3D realm with a goofy smile and a green thumb.
  • Caring Gardener: The first thing established about him is that he likes to plant, and his 2D artwork for "Sillier" indeed shows him watering a sunflower.
  • Cat Smile: His mouth is a very subtle example of the trope, but it curls up further when he sings and in his 2D artwork.
  • Nonstandard Character Design: Blogblez is shaded, and his legs are both flexible and beveled, making it look like he's made of rubber.
  • Squashed Flat: His losing icon flattens his head for whatever reason.

The time to catch sweet victory was four months past due, but this'll do.
Fought in "Alternate", David acts as a rival of sorts to Dave, being compared to Squilliam via Word of God.

Creations of Expunged

    In General 
  • Creating Life Is Bad: Brobgonal is a racist, unhygienic Person of Mass Destruction that Expunged considers a mistake. Barbu is the most "normal" of the bunch, but still has a deformed stature. Dale's sprites usually have some form of body horror included. The Trixes aren't mistakes to Expunged, but are still portrayed as Sick and Wrong due to being utterly eldritch Evil Knockoffs of Dave, Bandu, and itself.
  • Flawed Prototype: Brobgonal and Barbu are this to the Trixes, being just as loony as Expunged's little brother is.
Don't let his small size fool you, he's got quite the criminal record.
Brobgonal is Expunged's first attempt at creating life, made when it decided to try and give Bandu a friend. Unfortunately, due to the chaos god's lack of experience, the result was a Super-Deformed Comedic Sociopath.
  • Asshole Victim: Ran over by Ohungi in his Establishing Character Moment teasers, but being a Comedic Sociopath, it's all just Black Comedy.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: Downplayed; he certainly acts this way, as he's rude to Comedic Sociopath levels, pisses himself often, and steals Bandu's bike for no real reason in a leaked image, but he's apparently mentally old enough to be in a polyamorous relationship with Barbu and Jambi.
  • Comedic Sociopath: He's a war criminal, racist, and public enemy, but it's all Played for Laughs.
  • Establishing Character Moment: Brobgonal's first promotional image has him riding away on a bicycle while Bandu futilely chases after him. It is labeled "BrobogonalBanduBabysitting.png" and it's implied the bike is Bandu's.
  • Foil: To Barbu, being a chubby Comedic Sociopath to oppose Barbu being incredibly skinny and kind.
  • Karma Houdini: Was apparently exonerated in court for his crimes, somehow.
  • The Napoleon: Very short, but is guilty of the most amount of destruction that doesn't involve supernatural abilities among the Golden Apple cast.
  • Polyamory: Is in a polyamorous relationship with Barbu and Jambi.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: A serial killer with a body count of over 17 and is guilty of 24 separate war crimes.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Despite how tiny he is, to the point of being referred to as "0 tall", he has the second-highest stated body count in the entire mod, beaten only by Sart Producer.
  • Take That, Audience!:
    • He did become potty-trained after some point. The date in question (December 18th, 2021) is the same as an incident where the Discord server for the Golden Apple Edition had to be shuttered after Brobgonal was used to raid it.
    • The lore regarding Brobgonal's body count specifically mentions the entire family of one particular user who participated in a Q&A session about the mod's lore.
  • Toilet Humor: Isn't potty-trained (at least not until December 2021) and pisses himself on bad days.

Fought in "Toasted and Fresh," Barbu is Expunged's second attempt at life. It figured out how to not induce the same traits it accidentally put into Brobgonal, but still hadn't solved the issue with physical deformities.
  • Foil: To Brobgonal, being lanky and good-hearted compared to Brobgonal being fat and downright evil.
  • Good Is Dumb: He's supposedly the most innocent of the whole Golden Apple cast, but it's suggested his psyche lacks any nuance compared to the rest of them and is just as much of a Cloud Cuckoolander as some of the other beings linked to Expunged.
  • Informed Attribute: Invoked; Barbu is very bluntly stated by the devs to be funny, despite not having the chance to say a word in the mod yet due to being unreleased.
  • Polyamory: Is in a polyamorous relationship with Jambi and Brobgonal.
  • Sympathy for the Devil: Barbu genuinely believes there is good somewhere in Brobgonal, despite the latter being a Comedic Sociopath to the highest degree.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Kranch (ketchup mixed with ranch), honey mustard, and regular ketchup and mustard.
  • Unfortunate Character Design: The mod's official Discord server often calls him "Penis Bambi" due to the way he looks.

Every growing teenage... eldritch being needs their protein... and he's hungry.
Fought in "Dale", Dale is a 3D being with a nightmarish appearance that was created by Expunged, but this is all that is currently known about him.

    The Trixes
Do you ever look at someone and wonder, "What is going on inside their head?" (From left to right: Butchatrix, Algebratrix and Badtrix)
Evil Knockoffs of Dave, Bandu, and Expunged created for an as-of-yet unknown purpose. They supposedly represent Expunged's mastery in the creation of life.

They were originally set to appear in a cover of "Triple Trouble" alongside their creator, but after said cover was scrapped, they received their own song, "Deformation".

In General:

  • Eldritch Abomination: These three are even more of this than their creator, with Butchatrix being the closest to resembling a human.
  • Evil Counterpart: The Trixes all deliberately contrast their templates:
    • Bandu is a well-meaning chaos god in the body of a young man who changed his form to one resembling Bambi because he felt more comfortable in the farmer's skin. Butchatrix is a genuinely unhinged, Laughing Mad shapeshifter who prefers to style himself after Bandu's true form to intimidate his victims.
    • When not transformed into Decimated Dave, Dave is often the most cordial and orderly of the Dave and Bambi cast. Algebratrix is hunched over upside-down in his wheelchair, is a tangled mess of flesh and wheelchair parts, and is constantly slack-jawed.
    • Expunged is somewhat portly because of how Bambi's design translates to 3D, and wears its sadistic streak with pride through a wide grin and bright eyes. Badtrix is little more than a skeleton and head, and is clearly unhappy or stressed about something given his Dull Eyes of Unhappiness.
  • Evil Knockoff: They all use another character as a template, but are clearly made to be thralls under Expunged.
  • Expy: Of Xenophanes's victims, being mutilated versions of familiar faces created by a sadistic master. They were also set to appear in a cover of "Triple Trouble" early in 2.0's development.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Invoked by Butchatrix, who can shapeshift and prefers his current Bandu-like form as a means of intimidation. Algebratrix and Badtrix play this straight, taking the forms of mutilated and emaciated regular humans.
  • Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: Compared to the generally nice inhabitants of the 3D realm, these three are freakishly mutated Eldritch Abominations that additionally serve as a peek into the twisted mind of their creator, Expunged.

Tropes applying to Butcharix:

  • Faux Affably Evil: Implied, as he never speaks to BF, but between his choice of form, his Slasher Smile, and his normal movements (at least when compared to Algebraicatrix and Badtrix), he certainly gives off this vibe.
  • Overly-Long Tongue: Displays one in his up pose, which is also sharpened.
  • Sadist: Deliberately chooses to look like a warped Bandu to induce fear in his victims and looks downright psychotic in his poses.
  • Skyward Scream: Does this in his up pose and defeat icon, with his mouth taking up the entirety of his face.
  • The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You: Reaches directly towards the screen in his right pose.

Tropes applying to Algebratrix:

  • Eviler than Thou: Algebratrix seems to represent what Dave would've been if his will was closer to Expunged's than his pure ego.
  • Eyes Do Not Belong There: His right pose reveals a pair of eyes inside his mouth.
  • Primal Stance: His position is more comparable to a feral animal than a person, down on all fours and looking as if he's climbing from his wheelchair.

Tropes applying to Badtrix:

  • Dull Eyes of Unhappiness: Badtrix has bags in his eyes and looks somewhat stressed, contrasting the Slasher Smile and Wide Eyes and Shrunken Irises of Butchatrix and the feral gape that Algebratrix has. Whether this happened to him on his own or is a reflection of repressed issues within his template and creator Expunged is unclear, especially since he also appears to be scowling in his icons.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: Badtrix has these in his defeat icon, replacing the scowl from the default icon.
  • Irony: Badtrix is supposed to be a spitting image of his sadistic creator Expunged, and yet he looks the unhappiest compared to Butchatrix and Algebratrix.
  • Shout-Out: His right pose has his eyes go blank, a single one of them glowing with a four-pointed star, not unlike Expunged's "Hell" form in Bambi's Purgatory, another mod based around Vs. Dave and Bambi
  • The Stoic: Badtrix appears to be mostly emotionless on the outside, as his icons are a scowl and Glowing Eyes of Doom for the regular and defeat versions respectively and has Dull Eyes of Unhappiness. This contrasts Butchatrix's psychotic glee and Algebratrix's animalistic furor, further demonstrated by their defeat icons being them screaming and gritting their teeth respectively in frustration.
  • Token Good Teammate: Implied. Between his Dull Eyes of Unhappiness and stoic icons, it seems he's not enjoying his tormenting of BF as much as the other two.
  • Vocal Dissonance: One would not think that a disturbing, floating creature that is little more than a head on a red skeletal spine with legs, and four disconnected hands... As having the same (if somewhat echoed) voice as an ambiguously human farmer that talks about breaking their own phones.


    Sart Producer
Hope you've got some earmuffs.
Fought in the song of the same name and the opponent of the Cycles cover, she's an enigmatic, Killer Robot with a killer scream that can only be quelled with Boyfriend's dope rapping skillz.
  • Berserk Button: For some reason, she has a hatred of phones so strong that anyone with too many moves to the top of her hitlist. This ends up getting Bandu in trouble in the "Cycles" cover.
  • Dark Action Girl: She's a Killer Robot armed with a deadly screech that has a body count in the thousands.
  • Diabolus ex Nihilo: She's a Killer Robot who is introduced by bursting into Bandu's house and her own song, and isn't really explained.
  • Fembot: She's a female robot, but unlike most versions of this trope, she's anything but attractive.
  • Friend to All Children: Any child that she hasn't chosen as her target, anyway.
  • Just Toying with Them: Whoever her target happens to be will be subjected to a rap battle against her. If they fail to sing well enough for her, she kills them and moves on to her next victim.
  • Killer Robot: Sart Producer has a body count in the thousands, all of whom were unable to meet her standards in a rap battle.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: She has the ability to emit a screech loud enough to kill, which is how she claims her victims.
  • Outside-Context Problem: She's the only openly antagonistic entity in the 3D realm that's shown that isn't related to Expunged in any way.
  • Put on a Bus: Currently not in the mod as of the 1.2 update, but she is planned to return in a later update.
  • The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You: She has an unused animation of her staring directly at the screen with Black Eyes of Evil.
  • Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: She's one of the few antagonistic characters in the 3D world, and she contrasts well as a Serial Killer with a tremendous body count.


"Necessity is the mother of invention," but enough with my rambling. Let's get back to business!
What if Dave's Fun Algebra Class was made for the Edutainment game Rolypolys No Nanakorobiyaoki instead of Baldi's Basics in Education and Learning? Dingle is what Bambi might have turned out to be if that happened, but despite his freakish appearance, he isn't as neurotic and is fought in "The Big Dingle," a far cry from the farmer's Patter Songs.
  • Acid-Trip Dimension: Dingle is fought in his home domain of the world of Rolypolys, notable for having the same art direction as LSD: Dream Emulator due to sharing a producer.
  • Face of a Thug: He is downright unnerving to look at due to the difference in art style, but his song actually gives off a much more chill vibe than one would assume.
  • Good Counterpart: Is basically a nicer and calmer Bambi, at the cost of not being human.
  • Human Aliens: He's certainly human by the standards of his world's art style, but is really a centuries-old alien.
  • Medium Awareness: Dingle seems to know he's not actually in Rolypolys, since he stops himself after suddenly reciting half the alphabet to "get back to business," that being singing with Boyfriend.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Dingle is 987 years old, but is physically 32.

The Rolypolys No Nanakorobiyaoki version of Dave, who appears in the second part of The Big Dingle and sings along with Dingle himself.
  • Dual Boss: During the second half of "The Big Dingle", he teams up with Dingle.

Now let's get into some curiosities.
Dambu's best friend who is fought in the first half of "Resumed," before Dambu himself takes over for the second half of the song.

This is Dambu and see you later.
The other opponent fought in "Resumed," Dambu appears in the second half of the song after Dambai's part ends.

    Dave but Awesome
Don't get distracted.
Fought in "Wheels", he is quite similar to regular Dave, except much more awesome.
  • 20% More Awesome: Described as Dave, but more awesome, but it's never explained why that's the case.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Despite how derpy he looks and acts, he makes for a damn good song in "Wheels", and Word of God confirms he is incredibly fast if he can get going.
  • Memetic Molester: His right pose, which has him stick out his Overly-Long Tongue, has given him this reputation due to being placed near a Girlfriend with a highly-exaggerated butt.
  • Overly-Long Tongue: Has this in his right pose.
  • Super Speed: He has the capability to move at incredible speeds, though he doesn't do so in "Wheels" due to technical difficulties.
  • Stylistic Suck: He, along with the environment in "Wheels", is drawn intentionally poorly, and his poses have him make wild, memetic faces.

    Dave's Awesome Son
Apparently, Deranged Animation is more awesome than normal animation.
Fought in "Poopers", he is the son of Dave but Awesome, whose vocals can best be described as a bunch of out-of-tune mechanical beeps.
  • Body Horror: His left eye elongates far past his face.
  • Deranged Animation: Whenever his voice goes off-key, his poses slip into this trope.
  • Hollywood Tone-Deaf: His "voice" is prone to cracking during "Poopers," implying he doesn't know how to sing properly.
  • Stylistic Suck: Like father, like son, except possibly even worse, as at least Dave but Awesome actually knows how to sing.

3rd Form 
An incomplete version of Dave that can only be fought by failing "Disability", then pressing the Escape key.
  • The Blank: Not a single feature is present on his face.
  • Body Horror: In his final form, the robotic parts of his legs become distorted beyond recognition.
  • Handicapped Badass: Averted; he is one of the 3 forms of Dave (the other 2 being Manic Dave and Donk) that doesn't rely on his wheelchair, even beating out Algebratrix and Decimated Dave.
  • Humanoid Abomination: What little is known about him through its song implies that he's absolutely not meant to exist.

    Manic Dave
Fought in "Unhinged", this version of Dave is much different from the Nice Guy of the OG mod or the Evil Cripple of Golden Apple. In fact: This one has legs! Even though we do not know much about him, he certanly looks like a psychopath.

"Life and death at every tick," but this Bambisona probably would prefer to be free from time.
A wireframe Bambi-like entity who appears in the secret song "Ticking".
  • And I Must Scream: The poor guy only exists for one song and is completely gone when the song ends.

Other Unreleased Characters

A red Bambi-like being born from Cyberspace that is fought in "Jambino" and presumably another unnamed song.
  • Ambiguously Gay: Not even Jambi himself knows what he labels himself; all that's known for certain is that he's queer in some form.
  • Funny Afro: Though it's partially hidden by his hat, it can still be seen and definitely fits on a Bambi look-alike.
  • Non-Humans Lack Attributes: He was apparently coded without genitals.
  • Polyamory: Is in a polyamorous relationship with Barbu and Brobgonal.
  • Shock and Awe: Jambi has powers over electricity that allow him to create hands for himself, though he doesn't use them for anything good.
  • Surprise Creepy: A leaked pose of his has him breaking apart with entirely-blue eyes, implying that there's more to him upcoming than initially meets the eye.

Fought in the first half of "Jeez", Gary is a rather average 3D man that appears to be mad at Boyfriend for something involving a character he owns.
  • Aerith and Bob: He stands out among the other Bambi-like residents of the 3D world by having a completely normal name, rather than a derivative of Bambi.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: He has some very choice words for Boyfriend at the start of "Jeez", telling him to kill himself and yelling that he's a "fucking liar". It's unknown what Boyfriend did, but judging by the line "THAT'S MY CHARACTER!", it's implied the worst he did was use a character owned by Gary.
  • Shout-Out: His hat has a picture of Girlfriend's appearance in Friday Night Funkin' Lullaby, and his shirt has Baldi with the words "ONE LOVE" under him.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: There is at least one swear in every single sentence he says in "Jeez".
  • Straight Man and Wise Guy: Learns the hard way he's the straight man to Ohungi's wise guy when the two go on a road trip, with Ohungi driving. On the way, they wind up running over Brobgonal, and Gary starts screaming his head off at what Ohungi's done, unaware that Ohungi never learned what the concept of death is and thus continues trucking along with a huge grin.

This...unusual guy appears in the second half of "Jeez", though very little other information has been provided for him so far.
  • Big-Lipped Alligator Moment: His appearance in "Jeez" is this as of now, as his section isn't foreshadowed at all in the song and his relationship to Gary is unknown.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: He's one of very few characters in the mod not to be rendered in 3D, and unlike Ohungi, there doesn't seem to be any specific reason for it.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: His OST art has his eyes glowing red, though he doesn't seem to have these in-game.

A constantly angry police officer that works alongside Sammy and is fought in "Enforcers".
  • Enraged by Idiocy: A possible reason for his perpetual anger, given the lazy, ineffective partner he has to work with.
  • Perpetual Frowner: There isn't a moment where he doesn't have a scowl on his face at the very least, not even in his icon when he's winning.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Despite being constantly angry for no known reason, he's still very effective at his job, especially when compared to his partner Sammy.

Playable character in "Enforcers" and fought in "Upcoming Cop", Sammy is a lazy, childish cop that works with Bambop (well, sometimes).
  • Police Are Useless: Sammy is terrible at his job, rarely even joining Bambop on missions. There was once a situation where, after hearing about a loose criminal, he simply played on a Cart Ride for a full minute before responding, allowing the criminal to get away.
  • Take That!: His inclusion is this to a vandal on the mod's Funkipedia page who added their own OC as an "upcoming character". This is solidified by his characterization as the definition of Police Are Useless and usage of vocals taken from the infamous SammyClassicSonicFan.
  • Vocal Dissonance: Despite looking and being 19 years old, his voice is taken from SammyClassicSonicFan (known to most as the "YOU FRICKIN' FRICKS" kid), making him sound much closer to his mental age.

A nerd obsessed with corndogs from the 3D realm fought in "Cooking Lesson," who teaches Boyfriend how to make a corndog from scratch. For his kind, it goes surprisingly well.

    The Screwers 
A collection of joke characters that are all VERY mad and VERY screwed. They are fought in the song "Screwedathon".

In General

Tropes applying to Screwed Bambi:

Tropes applying to Screwed Dave:

  • Shout-Out: Screwed Dave references three different songs during his section, those being "Wireframe", the first version of "The Big Dingle", and "Welcome Old".

Tropes applying to Screwed Dingle:

  • Mythology Gag: Screwed Dingle's entire section is taken straight from the oldest version of "The Big Dingle" by Cynda, which became infamous for its poor quality.

Tropes applying to Indie Cross Screwed:

Tropes applying to True Screwed:

Tropes applying to Screwed.EXE:

  • Only Sane Man: He alongside the Pros Among Them are the only two characters with no Stylistic Suck in their sections of the song. Screwed.EXE in particular doesn't even have any hyperspam sections and plays the whole section completely straight.
  • Take That!: His existence is a jab at the prevalence of FNF mods based on Sonic.exe and other similar creepypastas.

Tropes applying to Stoney:

  • Shout-Out: Its voice is the same preset used for Cheeky, who is also a living rock.

Tropes applying to Jen:

  • Anti-Climax Boss: She shows up right near the end of the song and goes right into a brutal hyperspam section that sounds practically unplayable... but Boyfriend never gets a turn during this section, so he doesn't have to anyway.
  • Shout-Out: Jen originally comes from Bambi's Aggravation, a lesser-known Dave and Bambi fanmod.

Tropes applying to Pros Among Them:

  • The Dividual: They appear to be made up of three or four different Bambis, yet are treated as a single character in the context of the song.
  • Only Sane Man: They alongside Screwed.EXE are the only two characters with no Stylistic Suck in their sections of the song.




Hey, kid! You got any items for me...?
An upcoming character who stars in Dave's Fun Algebra Class's remaster, replacing Garrett's role following his removal from the mod. He takes on the role Garrett once had in Dave's school, blocking hallways and demanding items from the player.