Official members of the Dino Attack Team who appear in Dino Attack RPG.
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Dino Attack Agents
Team Leader Specs
- Big Good: As The Leader of Dino Attack Team, Specs is the leader of the cause to save the world from a dinosaur apocalypse.
- Benevolent Boss: Despite seeming cold and harsh at times, Specs genuinely cares about the welfare of his team.
- Captain Smooth and Sergeant Rough: Specs is the Captain Smooth to Shadow's Sergeant Rough.
- Cool Mask: Specs always wears a balaclava.
- Colonel Badass: Specs is the leader of the Dino Attack Team, and frequently participates in the battlefield against the Mutant Dinos.
- Death Glare: Since his eyes are the only visible portion of his face, Specs occasionally uses his piercing glare to intimidate others.
- Expy: Although he is a character from the original Dino Attack line, Word of God has confirmed that Specs's depiction in Dino Attack RPG was inspired by Philip Broyles.
- The Faceless: Specs always wore a mask during the Dino Attack. He continued to be The Faceless after the Dino Attack, including (for the reader, anyways) when he is actually unmasked!
- A Father to His Men: Specs cares for the Dino Attack agents under his command, even trying to order inexperienced recruits to leave the battlefield in order to save as many lives as he could.
- Gadgeteer Genius: Specs invented most of Dino Attack Team's technology, including the Xenon Multi-Mode Launcher.
- I Was Never Here: According to Specs, he most certainly did not have an argument in his office with Rex and Amanda about the identity of the mole.
- Ideal Hero: Specs wishes that they could win the war without needing to exterminate the Mutant Dinos. However, he's willing to downplay his own ideal beliefs to consider the Pragmatic Hero's side as well, since he believes that Both Sides Have a Point.
- It Has Been an Honor: Specs has used this trope when talking to his fellow Dino Attack agents towards the end of the Final Battle.
- The Leader: Commander of the entire Dino Attack Team.
- Malevolent Masked Men: Specs wears a balaclava; even though he is a good guy, it's a sign that he's not one to be messed with.
- Mole in Charge: Framed as such during the mole hunt, with Ata disguising himself as Specs to trick witnesses (such as Rex) into believing that Specs was the mole.
- Omnidisciplinary Scientist: Specs is a chemist, a paleontologist, a biologist, a nuclear physicist, and a technician all in one.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: He is only ever known as Specs.
- The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: Despite being an Omnidisciplinary Scientist, Specs is rarely shown putting his scientific abilities to use in Dino Attack RPG.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: Specs is more fair than the more extreme founding members like Digger or Shadow, and believes that Both Sides Have a Point when it comes to the "idealists vs. realists" debate.
- Red Herring Mole: Specs was apparently the killer of Scout, Heavy, and Soldier. However, it turned out be a set-up by the real mole, who was disguised as Specs when he committed those murders.
- Saved by Canon: Could not be killed for this reason.
- Science Hero: Specs is the Big Good and Omnidisciplinary Scientist.
- The Stoic: Not nearly on the same level as Michelle Glados, but Specs does keep his emotions from interfering with his judgment.
- Supporting Leader: Although Specs is the Big Good and The Leader of the Dino Attack Team, he does not get as much screentime or focus as the players' primary characters.
Elite Commando Agent Digger
- Adaptational Villainy: Unlike his role as a clear hero from the original Dino Attack toyline, Digger revolted against Specs and commanded the Dino Attack Team with an iron fist in this RPG. Downplayed when it was revealed that he acted this way only because he was under the influence of the Maelstrom.
- Adventurer Archaeologist: Digger is a paleontologist with a love for adventure and excitement.
- Ideal Hero: Digger is friendly and easy-going, and he strongly wishes to protect the lives of Mutant Dinos.
- In Harm's Way: Digger lives for thrills, often placing himself in dangerous situations to increase the dramatic tension.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: He is only ever known as Digger.
- The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: Digger's knowledge of paleontology is seldom brought up in Dino Attack RPG.
- Saved by Canon: Could not be killed for this reason.
- The Smart Guy: Digger's knowledge of paleontology serves as an asset to Dino Attack Team's understanding of the dinosaurs.
Elite Commando Agent Shadow
- Captain Smooth and Sergeant Rough: Shadow is the Sergeant Rough to Specs's Captain Smooth.
- Foil: Shadow serves as a contrast to Specs due to his emotionally-driven desire to exterminate the dinosaurs.
- It's Personal: In the initial invasion, mutant dinosaurs leveled Shadow's entire neighborhood, causing him to be among the most driven members of the Dino Attack Team.
- The Lancer: He is a Foil to Specs while serving by his side.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: He is only ever known as Shadow.
- The Power of Hate: Shadow is one of the most driven members of the team, eager to exterminate the mutant dinosaurs after they devastated his home.
- Pragmatic Hero: Shadow is determined to win the war against the Mutant Dinos by any means necessary.
- Saved by Canon: Could not be killed for this reason.
Elite Commando Agent Viper
- Badass Driver: He used to be a racer before being drafted into Dino Attack Team.
- Conscription: One of the first civilians to be drafted. However, despite being drafted into the team, Viper helped Specs, Shadow, and Digger in laying down the basics of the organization, which is why he is considered a founding agent.
- Cool Shades: Viper is always seen wearing sunglasses.
- Glory Seeker: Viper secretly desires to defeat the biggest and baddest T-Rex single-handedly. He got his wish.
- The Heart: He gets along well with the other founding members and is usually the one to calm Shadow down.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: He is only ever known as Viper.
- Pragmatic Hero: Not as much as Shadow, but Viper doesn't care for the Mutant Dinos and is willing to exterminate them.
- Saved by Canon: Could not be killed for this reason.
Elite Agent Rick "Adventure" Spherus
A proud and boastful Adventurer Archaeologist, Rick was one of the commanding elite agents who oversaw the Adventurers' Island campaign.
- Absurd Phobia: Of all the things that a manly man like Rick could possibly be afraid of, you probably wouldn't expect it to be butterflies.
- Adventurer Archaeologist: Rick is a member of the Explorers Club, but his love for rugged adventure and crocodile wrestling suggests he doesn't have much in common with real world adventurers.
- Awesome Aussie: Rick hails from Australia and is an awesome Adventurer Archaeologist.
- Chivalrous Pervert: He openly flirted with Amanda Claw, despite knowing fully well that she was already Rex's girlfriend. However, he's really a nice guy and he respects the fact that Rex is in a relationship with Amanda, willingly backing off when he was called out on his flirting.
- Defiant to the End: Adventure's last words were a big "ZNAP YOU!" to Dr. Rex.
- Disconnected by Death: Adventure's last words were heard over the radio by Rex. He did not respond to Rex afterward.
- Expy: Basically, he's "Rick" the Adventure Sphere, Saxton Hale, and Johnny Thunder thrown in a blender. It game PeabodySam an excuse to have a Johnny Thunder-esque character in At War's End when Thunder himself was unavailable due to LEGO Universe canonically taking place at the same time.
- Famous Last Words: "Hey, Dr. Rex! I've got a message for you! ZNAP YOU!"
- Fedora of Asskicking: Much like Indiana Jones and Johnny Thunder, Adventure wears a fedora to suit his Adventurer Archaeologist appearance.
- Giving Someone the Pointer Finger: In First Assignment, Rick was noted to have a very dramatic way of pointing at people such as Walker or Rex.
- Go Out with a Smile: According to Word of God, since it happened offscreen.
- Great White Hunter: As a Dino Attack agent, Rick is a proud hunter of Mutant Dinos, but that makes him no less heroic.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Adventure sacrificed himself to buy Rex and others enough time to escape Dr. Rex.
- Killed Offscreen: It comes with being Disconnected by Death.
- Large Ham: Rick speaks in a loud and boisterous manner. Even pointing is done dramatically.
- Meaningful Name: Adventure is an adventurer.
- Not Afraid to Die: Adventure was willing and eager to perform a Heroic Sacrifice that could buy Rex and others enough time to escape.
- Poor Man's Substitute: Walker snarkily refers to Rick as the poor man's Johnny Thunder.
- Talkative Loon: He's sane for the most part, but some of his metaphors end up as nonsensical rambling.
- Testosterone Poisoning: All of Adventure's extreme machoism is Played for Laughs, or else made too exaggerated to take seriously.
Elite Agent Cabin
A rather tough, no-nonsense, but still well-intentioned individual, also a qualified helicopter pilot.
- Ace Pilot: Cabinr received piloting training in the LEGOLAND Air Force, and is a skilled T-1 Typhoon pilot in the Dino Attack Team.
- Action Girl: Cabin is a member of the LEGOLAND Air Force in addition to being a Dino Attack elite agent.
- Battle Couple: Becomes one alongside Rotor near the end of the war... unfortunately their relationship doesn't last long afterwards
- Did Not Get the Girl: Her relationship with Rotor quickly went downhill when the war ended.
- Distaff Counterpart: Cabin is basically a female, slightly less aggressive version of Rotor.
- Expy: Of Trudy Chacon.
- Hidden Heart of Gold: Cabin's willing to do what needs to be done, but it doesn't mean she isn't capable of being a good person.
- The Lancer: Toward Rotor when it comes to aerial combat.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: She is only known as Cabin.
- Pragmatic Hero: Cabin is a cold woman who is not afraid to shoot first and ask questions later. She always does what's necessary to achieve the mission objective.
- Twofer Token Minority: Being both female and Latino.
- Shell-Shocked Veteran: After the war, she developed PTSD.
- The Smurfette Principle: For much of the Adventurers' Island arc and the final battle, Cabin was the only named female pilot actually fighting under Rotor's command (the only other pilot being Mac).
Elite Agent Cameron O'Cozy
A seemingly crazy agent who almost met his end by riding a bomb, but somehow survived. Later went on to start a massive campaign to murder the idealist members of the team. In actuality he was an android programmed by XERRD to infiltrate the team and weaken its forces by manipulating its members against each other.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Subverted. Cam O'Cozy was initially set up as a crazy lunatic, but the later revelation of him being an android would suggest that this was just a ruse.
- Expy: Cam O'Cozy started as an Expy of Major "King" Kong from the movie Dr. Strangelove, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb and ended as an Expy of Ash from Alien.
- The Mole: Cam O'Cozy was planted in Dino Attack Team by XERRD.
- Not Quite Dead: Cam O'Cozy initially appeared to be a case of this, seeing as he inexplicably survived riding a bomb. However, considering his later reveal as an android, a logical explanation is that the version who had been responsible for the idealist-realist feud was a separate model with the same appearance.
- Punny Name: His name is a pun on "Kamikaze".
- Robotic Reveal: O'Cozy was eventually revealed to be a XERRD android in disguise.
Elite Agent Garry Moffat
Base commander at Outpost 4.
- Characterization Marches On: Garry was originally conceived as a far more brutal character who would not only torture the XERRD prisoners alongside Rotor but blackmail Copper into keeping quiet about their actions. Eventually Atton's posts started to humanize him, making the character somewhat more sympathetic and likeable.
- Da Chief: Of Outpost 4.
- Expy: Of Garry.
- Heel Realization: When he started to feel bad about his role in torturing Jenny.
- If You Kill Him, You Will Be Just Like Him: Garry's moral issues over whether to turn in Rotor. On the one hand he could keep quiet, allowing the team to keep a good leader that they will need in the upcoming battle, but he is still an accomplice to cold-blooded torture, making him no better. On the other hand, he could turn Rotor in. However, the team would be deprived of the one man who can lead a T-1 squad. He would also most likely be punished himself though probably not as severely as if he kept quiet, and worst of all Rotor might try to kill him out of anger. Interestingly, Garry actually chose to keep quiet, though he deliberately faked Jenny's death to get her as far away from Rotor as possible.
- My God, What Have I Done?: Garry got this twice, though he didn't use those exact words. First when he visited Jenny shortly after torturing her in cold blood, and then a second time when he unwittingly botched the assault on the real Maelstrom temple by bringing a power-hungry Stromling inside.
- Named After Somebody Famous: Named after Donald Moffat.
- Seamless Spontaneous Lie: Garry's managed to make a few in an effort to cover up his role in torturing prisoners.
Elite Agent Minerva Fabello
A young Dino Attack agent whose joined to avenge the death of her brother. Until she found that he had betrayed the Dino Attack Team and was working for XERRD. Just another issue she had with her family.
- Action Girl: She proved herself to be an effective enough Dino Attack agent to be promoted to elite rank.
- Battle Couple: With Zachary Virchaus.
- Big, Screwed-Up Family: Has an alcoholic and insane mother who murdered one of her brothers and a mentally unstable older brother who raised her.
- Brainy Brunette: Stated to be rather intelligent, a trait that seems to run in her family.
- Cain and Abel: Her relationship with Oswald was rather strained upon learning they fought for different sides.
- Dark and Troubled Past: Her father died, her mother went insane, and she turned to a life of crime as a young child.
- Don't You Dare Pity Me!: Dislikes being felt sorry for when the issue of her family comes up.
- Has Two Mommies: A non-homosexual example; Minerva was raised by her two older brothers for the better part of eight years before Tod died.
- Heroic BSoD: Suffered a brief one in the Maelstrom Temple, a minor one after Athena's death, and one more after killing Oswald, only forcing herself out of it after being goaded by the Darkitect into keep fighting and to avenge her fallen family.
- Interrupted Suicide: Holly Vinyaya arrived before Minerva could kill herself with the knife she used to kill her brother
- Guys Smash, Girls Shoot: Minerva uses a gun while Zach would use a knife.
- Just Friends: Minerva claimed that she and Zach were this. However, it was apparent before and after her statement that their feelings for each other was beyond being "just friends".
- Locked into Strangeness: Gained several white streaks in her hair after nearly being choked to death by the Maelstrom.
- The Matchmaker: To Vinyaya and Bluetooth.
- Multicolored Hair: Has white hair streaks mixed with her brown hair.
- Official Couple: With Zachary Virchaus.
- Shell-Shocked Veteran: According to Word of God, Minerva developed PTSD after the war and needed therapy, support, and medication to recover.
- Shipper on Deck: Not to the degree of Zachary, but supports Vinyaya getting together with Bluetooth.
- Skunk Stripe: Gained streaks of white in her hair after nearly being suffocated by the Maelstrom.
- Strong Family Resemblance: Grew up to look very similar to her mother.
- Tsundere: Displayed traits of Type A when first meeting Zach, but seemed to migrate to a Type B later on.
- What You Are in the Dark: Baron Typhonus attempted to goad Minerva Fabello into pushing Andrew into a death trap in the Pharaoh's Forbidden Ruins while Minerva and Andrew were alone. At the last second, Minerva saved Andrew from the trap.
Elite Agent French Fries
A dim-witted Elite Agent whose poor decisions often cause ridiculous amounts of trouble.
- The Ditz: Among other things, French Fries believes that slowly marching towards the enemy is an effective battle strategy.
- Double Standard: He had Rotor arrested for trying to execute George. Fair enough, but he also had George arrested for disobeying orders- the same orders that Rotor was trying to have him executed as punishment for disobeying... and did I mention that he wants to have both men shot by firing squad?
- Expy: Drew some inspiration from General Melchett, especially noticeable when he appeared in At War's End (as an inside joke he was even described as having a handlebar mustache).
- Genre Blind: When it comes to a list of things to do in a war - not even an apocalyptic dinosaur war, but any war at all - French Fries checks off all the things not to do.
- Hanging Judge: French Fries did not hold a fair trial for Rotor and George Brown.
- Hanlon's Razor: He's probably not malicious. He's just very dangerously incompetent.
- Hate Sink: The reason why Atton Rand brought him back in At War's End was so that other players could get revenge on him for the Antarctica riots, and he even wrote French Fries to be even more unlikable and incompetent to encourage this. Of course, he didn't expect just how far other players would go in their revenge...
- Insane Admiral: Despite being an elite agent, French Fries is known for being an incompetent lunatic.
- Insane Troll Logic: French Fries chose his codename because "It's such a stupid codename it's the last name anyone will expect''.
- Judge, Jury, and Executioner: This is why you should keep French Fries out of the courtroom.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: He is only known as French Fries.
- Pointy-Haired Boss: I dare you to find one decision he made that didn't have unpleasant consequences.
- Smug Snake: French Fries is sure that he is well-deserving of his elite agent ranking and believes that his supposed "friends in high places" will protect him from anyone who raises a finger against him. As such, he comes across as incredibly smug, even boasting to Rex's face that he supposedly ran over Trouble with a vehicle. The result is that he gets utterly humiliated: he is arrested, violently assaulted twice, stripped of his ranking, and discharged from the team, all the while unable to even put up a good fight.
- Screw the Rules, I Have Connections!: French Fries believes that he can get away with anything because he supposedly has friends in high places.
- Straw Character: French Fries was such a Straw Character that it would be insulting to Straw Characters if we called him one.
Elite Agent Shannon "Gromtin" Grimton
- Brainy Brunette: Shannon has brown hair and is a Gadgeteer Genius.
- Closest Thing We Got: The rationale of the founding members when they temporarily promoted Shannon Grimton, who was a technology expert, to head of communications. Of course, they only remembered afterwards that they had Hertz, who was much closer for the job...
- Communications Officer: After Ata was exposed as The Mole, Shannon was promoted to this position due to her technological expertise, although she admitted that she was not as fit for the job as fellow agent Hertz.
- Deconstruction: Shannon acts as a minor Deconstruction of the Red Shirt trope. That random, minor character who got offed early on and nobody cared about him? While he might not have left much impact on the plot of the story, he does have family and friends who do care about him and are grieved to hear the news of his death. As it turns out, Shannon was the daughter of one such Red Shirt.
- The Engineer: Shannon studied engineering in school.
- Everyone Went to School Together: She and Frozeen went to school together.
- Gadgeteer Genius: Among the modifications she made to her wheelchair include a rocket launcher, lasers, and More Dakka.
- Genius Cripple: Subverted. Shannon Grimton is a biomedical engineer and technology expert, but she learned all this before breaking both her legs in the Dino Attack and being confined to a wheelchair, so her Genius is not "compensation" for being a Cripple.
- Handicapped Badass: She might not be on the battlefield like Rex or Hotwire, but her Super Wheelchair comes with lasers, rocket launchers, and More Dakka.
- Last Minute Hookup: With Frozeen.
- Legacy Character: Shannon "Gromtin" Grimton is the daughter of Gromit "Gromtin" Grimton from Alpha Team: Mission Deep Freeze RPG.
- Lineage Comes from the Father: Gromtin inherited her father's Alpha Team codename.
- Remember the New Guy?: Frozeen instantly recognized Shannon Grimton when she was first introduced. This was Lampshaded by Greybeard, who referred to this trope by name when he was confused about how Frozeen and Shannon knew each other.
- Super Wheelchair: Shannon Grimton's wheelchair has a minigun, a laser device, and a rocket launcher.
- Tuckerization: Shannon is named after one of PeabodySam's friends.
- Wrench Wench: Studied to be an engineer, and used her knowledge to modify her wheelchair.
Elite Agent Wanda "Nails" NielsenAn elite agent who was known for being tough. She was killed by FUTURE because of the important role she played in the original timeline.
- Action Girl: One of the few identified female elite agents on the team.
- Defiant to the End: With no chance of escaping FUTURE, her last free action was to shoot Fogel. Unfortunately, it didn't work.
- Doomed by Canon: She discovered the Maelstrom Temple much earlier than what happened in canon, and her "Hindsight is 2020" interview reveals other details that don't line up with canon. This heavily foreshadows The Reveal that she was killed by FUTURE in the canonical timeline.
- Drill Sergeant Nasty: She was known for being very tough on her trainees, believing that it would help them prepare for the battlefield.
- For Want of a Nail: Pun fully intended. Because Nails was killed by FUTURE, Dino Attack Team did not discover the Maelstrom Temple until much later, and as a result their victory came at a much higher cost.
- Red Baron: She earned her nickname "Nails" for her notoriously tough attitude.
- Stuffed in the Fridge: FUTURE taunts Specs with a security video feed of her gruesome death.
Elite Agent Cdr. Joseph "Pharisee" St. John
The Head of the Dino Team's Internal Affairs department, Pharisee see his job as a divine mission to track down and punish the unrighteous. He grew up in Mozambique and was sent to prison after murdering the men who killed his parents. While incarcerated he found religion and came to the conclusion that he would burn for the crimes he's committed. Under the impression his fate was sealed he dedicated his life to punishing those who he deemed as bad as he was.
- Anti-Hero Definitely an unscrupulous hero.
- Badass in Charge: Commander Pharisee for Dino Attack's internal affairs.
- Badass Longcoat: Pharisee wears one as head of internal affairs.
- Badass Preacher: Of the two "religious" characters in the RPG, Pharisee is probably the closest to a preacher.
- The Big Guy: His tall, intimidating stature and physical strength made him a force not to be trifled with.
- Black and Gray Morality: Pharisee's perspective regarding himself and the people he hunts, Trigger in particular.
- Black and White Insanity: Pharisee suffers from this, believing that everyone is either good or bad, and struggling to comprehend that there could be shades of gray such as Montoya.
- Boomerang Bigot: He does unethical thinks to catch unethical people. Pharisee see himself as inherently amoral and beyond redemption so why bother? He mine as well direct it at other bad people.
- Cool Shades: He is depicted wearing sunglasses.
- Dark and Troubled Past: Pharisee's youth in Mozambique was not a pleasant one, and he spent time in prison after murdering the men who killed his parents.
- Dark Shepherd: Takes it upon himself to beat sinners senseless to discourage others from doing likewise.
- Disproportionate Retribution: Pharisee does this intentionally so he can make a statement and provide a warning to others.
- The Fundamentalist: He believes that it is his divine mission to punish the unrighteous, and believes that he himself is fated to burn in Hell for his own crimes.
- Good Is Not Nice: He is the head of internal affairs but is utterly ruthless against those he considers sinners.
- He Who Fights Monsters: He really is not much different then the people he hunts. The fact that he hunts them at all is his redeeming quality.
- Holier Than Thou: Somewhat subverted. Pharisee see's himself as on the same level as the men he hunts but still considers himself the better man because he only Pays Evil Unto Evil. When he compares himself to his peers on the Dino attack team he sees himself as unworthy to associate with them because of the crimes he's committed.
- Holy Hitman: He is known to quote Biblical verses as he takes down his targets.
- Inspector Javert: Especially during the mole hunt, because he suspected (with good reasoning and strong evidence to back it up) that Amanda Claw was behind the murders, even though she was innocent. This later showed in his pursuit of Trigger, Snake, and Montoya (especially that last one).
- Knight Templar: Pharisee answers to no authority except his own, believes in Black and White Morality even in the face of demonstrable evidence to the contrary, and is willing to murder anyone whom he sees as anything short of saintly.
- Large and in Charge: Pharisee is the 6'9", over 325 lbs badass head of Internal Affairs.
- Pay Evil unto Evil: Pharisee's idea of justice is to take it upon himself to physically assult sinners.
- Pragmatic Hero: Pharisee is willing to do whatever it takes to ensure justice and make an example out of sinners.
- Principles Zealot: Pharisee's Black and White Insanity leads him to pursue those who do not necessary deserve his punishment, such as Montoya.
- Religious Bruiser: Pharisee is The Fundamentalist and The Big Guy.
- Scary Black Man: Pharisee is one of the few characteres to be explicitly identified as black, and he is definitely a scary man who is not to be trifled with.
- Token Religious Teammate: Pharisee is one of the few Dino Attack agents to show his devout faith in Christianity.
- The Unfettered: Nothing holds Pharisee back from his goal of exacting justice upon others.
Elite Agent Randal "Semick" Tennoly
- Badass Beard: Semick has a full beard.
- Berserk Button: Semick doesn't respond well to complete idiocy, especially in regards to someone actually thinking LEGO Island's disappearance was faked.
- Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu?: Semick attacked Dr. Rex after Baron Typhonus's Divine Intervention. It wasn't enough to actually hurt him, but it was more a way of showing defiance.
- Enraged by Idiocy: One of the only things that can push his Berserk Button.
- A Father to His Men: He was dedicated to protecting his men, and did not like losing those under his command.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Semick performed one to hold off Dr. Rex from reaching the headquarters.
- Ideal Hero: Semick is battle-hardened yet sympathetic, a professional leader, and A Father to His Men.
- It Has Been an Honor: Semick has used this trope when talking to his fellow Dino Attack agents towards the end of the Final Battle.
- Killed Off for Real: Semick died performing a Heroic Sacrifice in the final battle.
- The Leader: Semick is a natural-born leader, ready for any crisis. Especially during the Adventurers' Island mission and final battle, other Dino Attack agents looked up to Semick as their leader.
- Named After Somebody Famous: "Semick Tennoly" is an amalgam of Lemony Snicket.
- Not Afraid to Die: Semick's death might be one of the most dignified deaths in the entire RPG.
- The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: Although he was slated to have participated in the Goo Caverns mission, we never got to see Semick's mining abilities put into use during Dino Attack RPG.
- Remember the New Guy?: Semick met Zero at one point, even though BZP Noob #30000 was banned from BZPower long before Andrewnuva199 joined the RPG.
Standard Agent Van "Angel Eyes" Cleef
Once a ruthless bounty hunter from Gold City and the one man who stood a chance against Clint Wayne, later brought in the team to assist in taking back Gold City.
- Bounty Hunter: Angel Eyes was a bounty hunter before the Dino Attack.
- Expy: Of Lee Van Cleef's portrayals in the Dollars Trilogy.
- Fedora of Asskicking: Unsurprisingly for a bounty hunter from the old west, Angel Eyes wears a cowboy hat.
- Friendly Enemy: Implied to be the case in his relationship with Clint, and part of the reason they get along when they do team up. They later became partners after the war.
- The Gunslinger: Angel Eyes has the reputation of being one of the most ruthless gunslingers in Gold City, having learned to use a revolver at a young age.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Although he is ruthless and amoral, Angel Eyes does have a more noble side and is capable of forming close partnerships, even with a former rival like Clint Wayne.
- Named After Somebody Famous: Named after Lee Van Cleef.
- Only in It for the Money: Angel Eyes was initially convinced to join by an offer of money. It's not entirely clear how much he's motivated by it later on, though.
- Rivals Team Up: Was an old rival of Clint Wayne before teaming up with him for the Dino Attack.
- Smoking Is Cool: Angel Eyes is one of the few Dino Attacks to smoke, and it's done to make him look cool.
Standard Agent Anubis
- A Day in the Limelight: The short story Time and Place featured Anubis as the main character and fleshed out his character, background, and motivations.
- Death Seeker: A downplayed example. Because he inexplicably survived an incident that should have killed him, Anubis secretly believed that he was living on borrowed time and was fated to die during the Dino Attack. As a result, he did not hesitate to place himself in dangerous situations, including a direct attack on Dr. Rex during the final battle that ultimately resulted in his death.
- The Generic Guy: Anubis became PeabodySam's go-to guy for a generic character to fill some needed role, especially after Ata, the other generic guy, was recast as The Mole.
- It Is Not Your Time: A major theme of Time and Place is Anubis wondering about this.
- Meaningful Name: Death is a central theme of Anubis's character, which makes sense given that his codename refers to the ancient Egyptian god associated with the afterlife.
- Replacement Flat Character: Because Ata, PeabodySam's go-to Generic Guy, was given a lot more personality in At War's End, Anubis stepped in to fill that void of a flat character who could fill in any needed role.
- Sacrificial Lamb: Anubis was introduced as a Red Shirt who would be immediately killed off to demonstrate the growing power of the Mutant Dinos, but intervention by The Castle Gear ensured his survival. Because of this, Anubis was allowed to develop a little more as a character, but still did not survive the final battle as a reminder of Dr. Rex's power.
- Sudden Name Change: In his debut, Anubis was named "Arubis" due to a typo by PeabodySam, and therefore he was referred to by this name in The Castle Gear's post. When he was brought back later on, his name was corrected to Anubis.
- Wide-Eyed Idealist: Because of his spiritual beliefs, Anubis believed that all living creatures (including the Mutant Dinos) have souls, and therefore he avoided killing unless absolutely necessary.
Standard Agent Krystal "Aravis" Portman
- Action Girl: She was the first female member of GAIA Squad.
- Dropped a Bridge on Him: For such a major character in the GAIA Squad subplot, she was unceremoniously killed by a Hybrid sniper.
- Killed Off for Real: She was killed by a Hybrid sniper in At War's End.
- Telepathy: She can read minds or transmit her own thoughts.
Standard Agent Attila "Ata" Huntsman
Ata is a Communications Officer who, despite not being as well-known as some of his superiors, often happens to be at the right place at the right time. However, Ata was actually The Mole all along, and used his position as Communications Officer to inform XERRD of Dino Attack's activity while sabotaging Dino Attack's radios.
- Ascended Extra: Ata started off as just a random generic unnamed rookie agent, but with his return during the LEGO Island Story Arc, he secured a much greater role in the RPG and even got his own short story.
- Beneath Suspicion: Communications Officer might not be a lowly position, but Ata was such a seemingly minor figure that no one suspected of being The Mole.
- Chekhov's Gunman: Ata, at first, was a seemingly-random unnamed communications expert who thought his GPS was glitching. He ended up helping Rex and Amanda return to the Dino Attack Team. Then, he became a Chekhov's Boomerang... twice.
- Communications Officer: His role in Dino Attack Team.
- A Day in the Limelight: The short story The Huntsman was told from Ata's perspective and fleshed out his character, background, and motivations.
- Escape Artist: Due to his Shinobi background, no security system can hold Ata for long.
- Faux Affably Evil: For all his apparent Nice Guy qualities, he's really capable of being a sinister, plotting, malicious individual.
- The Generic Guy: The only reason he received the name "Ata" was because PeabodySam was tired of constantly referring to him as a generic Dino Attack agent. His minifig has been depicted on the wiki as having a classic smiling head and short brown hair, making him look even more generic by LEGO minifig standards. In fact, this is the reason why PeabodySam chose Ata as The Mole, believing that no one would suspect The Generic Guy.
- Given Name Reveal: His real name, Attila Huntsman, was not revealed until after he was revealed as The Mole.
- Hired to Hunt Yourself: Being a Communications Officer, Ata was instructed by Specs to constantly review the team's communications to see if there were any suspicious messages, hoping to track down The Mole. Ata used this to his advantage by leading Specs to investigate Red Herring Moles such as Scout while covering up his own tracks.
- Killed Off for Real: Ata was killed by Greybeard when he tried to escape custody.
- Knife Nut: The knife appeared to be his weapon of choice, and it was what he used in battle against the corrupted Master Yogen. During the Dino Attack, he definitely used the knife a lot during his murders of the Second Headquarters Squad.
- Master of Disguise: His disguise as Specs was incredibly convincing, although this could be attributed instead to Spy, since Ata stole the disguise from Spy's briefcase.
- The Mole: Ata was working for XERRD the whole time, and used his position as Communications Officer to constantly supply XERRD with information on Dino Attack's activities.
- My God, What Have I Done?: This was most likely what Ata was thinking after learning that the Darkitect is behind XERRD and the Dino Attack, considering that he made it his mission to stop the Maelstrom for good.
- Named After Somebody Famous: Named after Attila the Hun.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: For such an innocent Generic Guy, there's nothing at all generic about the name Attila. As revealed in The Huntsman, he was named by his parents, who were members of a clan of marauders and pillagers much like the Huns. Ata was not proud of this fact, and so one of his goals in life was to make a new name for himself.
- Ninja: Used to be a Paradox Shinobi, having been trained in the martial arts by Master Yogen.
- The Nondescript: During his years as a shinobi, he learned that his generic physical appearance made him a master of infiltration. No one would suspect The Generic Guy of being The Mole, right?
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Unconfirmed, but as revealed in The Huntsman, Ata suspected himself of being this. Was it his suggestion that Dr. Rex could control the Maelstrom that ultimately resulted in Baron Typhonus corrupting XERRD and creating the Dino Attack?
- Villainous BSoD: Ata was left in stunned silence after learning that he was nothing more than a pawn for the Maelstrom.
- Walking Spoiler: Based on all those spoiler tags above, one might suspect that there's something important about Ata...
- Was It All a Lie?: Rex asked Attila Huntsman this question, regarding his identity as Dino Attack agent Ata, and his response was "yes".
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Ata was willing to do whatever it took to defeat the Maelstrom for good. Even if it meant the apocalypse for the LEGO Planet.
- You Killed My Father: Both subverted and played straight. Ata felt no animosity towards the samurai warriors who killed his parents, because he knew that the Huntsmen were terrible people and the samurai were serving justice. However, when the Maelstrom claimed the life of his adoptive father Master Yogen, he swore revenge.
Standard Agent Baldrick
- Chaotic Stupid: Everything Baldrick says or does shows that he just comes up with crazy nonsensical ideas.
- Expy: I'll give you three guesses.
- The Hyena: Baldrick believes that nearly everything, including Bluetooth's report about French Fries attempting to murder Pterisa and boasting about killing Trouble, is a hilarious joke. That particular instance caused Blueooth to blow up at him.
- Idiot Houdini: Despite being one of the most idiotic members of the cast, contributing absolutely nothing but his idiotic "brilliant plans" that are never put into execution, Baldrick suffers no consequences other than the one time Bluetooth yelled at him.
- Only One Name: He is only known as Baldrick.
- The Pig Pen: He is always very dirty.
- Wrong Genre Savvy: Baldrick acts as though he thinks that he's in a British comedy, which makes him stick out like a sore thumb among Dino Attack RPG's cast.
Standard Agent Clint "Blondie" Wayne
- The Alcoholic: He can frequently be found drinking whiskey.
- Anti-Hero: Clint Wayne would probably be somewhere between a Knight in Sour Armour and a Pragmatic Hero.
- Cigar Chomper: He is almost seen smoking.
- Expy: Clint Wayne is pretty much an expy of The Man With No Name.
- Gun Twirling: Clint Wayne enjoys doing this from time to time.
- The Gunslinger: He is very talented with a revolver, having won countless gunfights back in Gold City.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: Clint Wayne once nearly shot Cabin because of this.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Clint Wayne may initially seem ruthless and amoral, but he is still responsible for saving a large group of agents from being executed by Rotor and he did promise Pierce that he would ensure Kate's safety while the two of them were alone in the jungle. He does also seem a lot better compared to the likes of Flatfoot Thomsen and some of the other close-minded citizens of the Old west.
- Named After Somebody Famous: Named after Clint Eastwood and John Wayne.
- No Celebrities Were Harmed: Heavily based on the roles played by Clint Eastwood.
- The Quiet One: Clint Wayne is often on his own and isn't usually a huge talker, but if he has something to say he isn't afraid to say it.
- Revolvers Are Just Better: Clint Wayne seems to think so, seeing as he is only armed with his old revolver.
- Rivals Team Up: Was an old rival of Angel Eyes before teaming up with him for the Dino Attack.
- Smoking Is Cool: Clint Wayne is one of the few Dino Attacks to smoke, and it's done to make him look cool.
- Trigger Happy: Typically, he'll shoot first, and ask questions later.
Standard Agent Ryan "Bluetooth" Radcliff
- Berserk Button: Bluetooth doesn't respond well to complete idiocy, especially in regards to French Fries's final folly or Baldrick thinking that it was a hilarious joke.
- Enraged by Idiocy: When Baldrick thought that Bluetooth's report on French Fries was a hilarious joke, Blueooth's Berserk Button was hit with a sledgehammer.
- Last Minute Hookup: With Holly Vinyaya.
- Named After Somebody Famous: Partially named after Daniel Radcliffe. He looks like him (or rather, Harry Potter) too, which leads to a lot of people mistaking him for the famous actor.
- Nerd Glasses: Bluetooth is a skilled technician who wears large glasses.
- The Smart Guy: He is a Futuron technician skilled with computer software and hardware.
Standard Agent Carl Lutsky
- Anti-Hero: Lutsky would probably qualify as an Unscrupulous Hero.
- The Corruptible: Carl was easily corrupted by Dust's manipulations.
- Driven to Suicide: After being committed to Napoleon XIV Mental Institution, he committed suicide.
- Ensign Newbie: Carl Lutsky is a relatively recent recruit who worked his way up the ranks and was promoted to commander when his squad leader was killed in an ambush.
- Jerkass: Lutsky was always aggressive towards Dust, but as his sanity slipped, he became a major jerk to everyone else as well.
- Jumped Off The Slippery Slope: Lutsky's hatred of Dust and lust for power drove him to insanity, to the point where he proposed sacrificing Kate Bishop and later shot Dust in cold blood.
- Killed Offscreen: His death in Napoleon XIV was fortunately off-screen.
- The Neidermeyer: Lutsky started out caring for his men but he became a Neidermeyer once his newfound authority got to his head.
- Revolvers Are Just Better: Carl Lutsky likes to fight with big guns but a revolver is his preferred sidearm.
- Sanity Slippage: Carl Lutsky really went off the deep end over the course of the Adventurers' Island mission.
- Sole Survivor: Carl Lutsky is the only survivor of at attack on his office building during the Dino Attack, a fact he takes vary hard.
- Trigger Happy: His attitude towards Dust tends to lean towards shooting now and asking questions later.
- Unstoppable Rage: When he feels his authority might be threatened.
- Villainous Breakdown: Carl Lutsky fit the trope when he went from well-groomed jerk to crazy jerk with a vendetta.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Lutsky has the same goals as the rest of the team - to bring an end to the invasion of the mutant dinos. It's just that he's willing to take a few more risks that others would normally object to.
Standard Agent Johanna "Catless" Evergreen
- Punny Name: "Catless" is an engineering term (fitting as she attended the Brickachussets Institute of Technology), but Johanna adopted this nickname because she kept literally losing her cat.
Standard Agent Amanda "Claw" Alexander (née Remous)
A former assassin and bounty hunter known as Silencia Venomosa, Amanda Remous joined Dino Attack Team to redeem herself of her past crimes. She was well known for her vow of silence after her tragic background, although she broke the vow late in the Dino Attack. For much of the Dino Attack, Amanda was in a romantic relationship with Rex, and they finally married during the final battle.
- Action Girl: Amanda is an effective fighter with knives and guns, and is one of Dino Attack Team's best-known female agents in the RPG. As Silencia Venomosa, she qualifies as a Dark Action Girl.
- Appropriated Appellation: As revealed in Love and War, this is the origin of Amanda's nickname "Amanda Claw". When Remous introduced her to Rex, he started to call her by her real name only to remember mid-introduction to call her by her codename instead, and so Rex misinterpreted this as "Amanda Claw". Amused, Amanda took a liking to the nickname and let her friends call her that.
- Acquired Poison Immunity: Acquired during her years as Silencia Venomosa. This protected her from the poisonous gas in the Mindstorms, Inc. building. She also hoped this would protect her from the XERRD toxins, but evidently that is one immunity she never acquired; still, she held out longer than most of her fellow Dino Attack agents.
- The Atoner: Joined the Dino Attack Team to redeem herself of her crimes as Silencia Venomosa.
- Backported Development: Amanda Claw's depiction in Love and War (a rewrite of her first appearance in the RPG) is based on her post-LEGO Island story arc characterization, instead of how she was originally portrayed during her first few years in the RPG.
- Badass Longcoat: During the heist on Dacta Corporation, Silencia Venomosa wore one.
- Belated Backstory: Amanda Claw's characterization underwent a massive shift after her backstory was revealed.
- Beware the Quiet Ones: She may be quiet, but don't mistaken her silence for weakness.
- Bounty Hunter: As Silencia Venomosa, quite a few of her jobs involved hunting bounties. However, these have been considerably downplayed in favor of highlighting her more infamous assassinations.
- Broken Tears: A downplayed example. After Trigger tried to reveal her identity as Silencia Venomosa combined with steadily-increasing evidence pointing to her as being The Mole, Amanda went to the back of the lounge and cried to herself when no one was around, feeling that her Dark and Troubled Past was catching up to her and there was nothing she could do to stop it.
- Chain Pain: Used to be Amanda's weapon of choice, but after her Retool which made her less of a Dromus Expy, she dropped the Chain Pain in favor of being a Knife Nut.
- Chastity Dagger: Shortly after Don Bricassius made an unwarranted sexual advance on her, Silencia Venomosa killed him with a steak knife that she had hidden under her dress.
- Dark and Troubled Past: From her parents being murdered when she was only a young girl to spending much of her young adult years as a criminal and assassin, it's quite dark and troubled indeed.
- A Day in the Limelight: Antithesis stars Silencia Venomosa as the Villain Protagonist.
- Determinator: Lampshaded by a quote from The Terminator.
- Died in Your Arms Tonight: Amanda Claw died in Rex's arms.
- Disney Death: Twice. The third time, she wasn't so lucky.
- Amanda Claw was last seen attacked by villains, and her torn up uniform was found outside a wrecked police station. Don't worry, Rex, she's alright.
- What's that? Did Perfect Chaos drown Amanda? Don't worry, Rex, it's just an illusion.
- Divergent Character Evolution: She started out very similar to the only other Action Girl in the RPG, Dromus, due to being a Chain Pain Action Girl, but eventually formed her own distinct character and chose a different weapon of choice.
- Don't Ask: You probably don't want to know the reason why Amanda knows not to hide dead or unconscious bodies in utility closets.
- Elective Mute: Amanda could speak all along, but chose not to because she blamed herself (specifically, her own voice) for the deaths of her parents.
- Emotionless Girl: Especially as Silencia Venomosa.
- Expy: Silencia Venomosa's backstory is heavily inspired by O-Ren Ishii, and she also draws elements from the Terminator, Sarah Conner, and Lisbeth Slander.
- Face Death with Dignity: As someone who joined Dino Attack Team to redeem herself of her crimes, she was very calm and accepting of her death, happy to be reunited with her family in the afterlife.
- Facial Dialogue: As The Silent Bob, Amanda excelled at this trope and would often communicate solely through her facial expressions alone.
- Famous Last Words: "Mom...? Dad...? Alfred...? Roger...? Is... is that really you...? I have... I have waited... so long... to see you... again..."
- Faux Affably Evil: While not evil, per se, Amanda Claw was able to infuriate Trigger by smiling sweetly at him.
- Female Monster Surprise: When Amanda Claw was temporarily mutated by Mutant Dino Serum, Rex and Trouble initially assumed that she was a male Mutant T-Rex. They only realized that she was female once they recognized her behavior as affectionate towards Rex.
- Friendless Background: Whether or not Amanda had friends prior to the murder of her parents was never confirmed, but in the following years, the only person she ever considered to be her friend was Bartholomew Enderson.
- From Nobody to Nightmare: Amanda Remous was only a young and innocent girl when her parents were murdered. She would later become one of the most infamous assassins in LEGOLAND.
- Go Out with a Smile: She smiled when she died, believing that she would be reunited with her deceased family.
- Heroic Willpower: Aside from Hyrode, Amanda Claw is the only known individual to have been infected with Mutant Dino serum and fought off the mental effects through sheer willpower alone. It still transformed her into a Mutant T-Rex, though.
- Hired Guns: In the past, Silencia Venomosa was a mercenary hired by clients, usually for the job of killing.
- Icy Gray Eyes: Her eye color is revealed to be gray in Antithesis. For her, especially as Silencia Venomosa, this is the "cold, strong-willed" kind of gray eyes.
- I Didn't Tell You Because You'd Be Unhappy: The reason why Rex did not tell Amanda about Roger's death.
- Improbable Aiming Skills: Silencia Venomosa was able to throw a switchblade at a fleeing Keaton and successfully land it in his spine.
- The Insomniac: Amanda doesn't get much sleep. It's revealed in the Expanded Universe that this is because nightmares of her parents' death keep her up at night.
- Killed Off for Real: She died during the final battle.
- Knife Nut: Silencia Venomosa's weapon of choice is the knife. Although she tried to distance it from herself after becoming Amanda Claw, old habits die hard and she soon found herself using it again.
- Living Emotional Crutch: Because of her troubled past, Amanda needed someone to keep her grounded, and both Roger and Rex filled this role for her. As the war went on, she became Rex's own crutch as well, and her death caused him to cross the Despair Event Horizon without her support.
- Meaningful Name: The name "Amanda" means "having to be loved," "deserving to be loved," or "worthy of love." When you consider Amanda Claw's role in Dino Attack RPG, you realize that there could not have possibly been a more fitting name.
- Master Poisoner: As one might expect from an assassin named "Venomosa", she was proficient in the use of venoms and poisons to create horrible (and very memorable) deaths for her victims.
- The Mole: Silencia Venomosa was planted in Mindstorms, Inc. by Dacta Corporation to inform Edward Korrupte of the former's activities.
- More Deadly Than the Male: Silencia Venomosa, big time. She single-handedly took down an entire squad of male mercenaries hired by Mindstorms, Inc.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Silencia Venomosa is derived from the Spanish words "silencio" and "venenoso", which translate to "silence" and "venomous", respectively.
- Not So Stoic: Whenever Silencia Venomosa acted Not So Stoic, Bartholomew Enderson was surprised.
- Official Couple: With Rex. After dating on-and-off again throughout the RPG, they married in the final battle.
- Peaceful in Death: After struggling to find peace in her troubled life, she peacefully accepted her death.
- Professional Killer: As Silencia Venomosa, she held a cold, distant, and professional attitude towards any killing she would do as part of her job.
- Psychotic Smirk: Usually, when Silencia Venomosa smiles, it's this.
- Punch-Clock Villain: Even Silencia Venomosa has some traits of a Punch Clock Villain, seeing as she won't go out of her way to kill someone unless she is hired to do so, and she's really only in it for the money.
- The Quiet One: Even though she now speaks, Amanda Claw is still often quiet and only speaks when she finds it necessary.
- Red Herring Mole: Amanda was one of the top suspects of being XERRD's Mole in Dino Attack Team, and both Pharisee and Bogart were nearly convinced that it was her. There was a ton of evidence pointing towards her, too, especially the fact that she was never with Rex at the times of the murders and the fact that her knife was the weapon that killed Sniper. However, the former turned out to be a series of unfortunate coincidences, and the latter was deliberately set up by the real mole, Ata.
- Redemption Equals Death: Amanda Claw joined Dino Attack Team to redeem herself of all the crimes she committed as Silencia Venomosa. Before all was said and done, she kicked the bucket.
- Sacrificial Lion: Considering that she was one of the most important and longest-running characters of Dino Attack RPG, and yet she was intended to die in the Final Battle.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: In Antithesis, when Howard Simmons tried to hire Silencia Venomosa to take out the Antiverse Alpha Team, she turned it down and walked away when she realized that taking the assignment would only make things worse.
- Shout-Out: A quote from The Terminator was used to describe her determination as Silencia Venemosa. Additionally Pierce compared her elusive nature to Keyser Söze.
- Shrouded in Myth: Silencia Venomosa's infamous reputation combined with her mysterious nature tended to make her seem less human and more of a living myth, akin to Keyser Söze. There's even a Keyser Soze in the Dino Attack RPG universe, and there is some speculation that this universe's Soze is actually Silencia Venomosa.
- The Silent Bob: Rex noted that Amanda could be very expressive even while silent, and subtle nuances in her facial expression would speak volumes for her in the absence of words.
- Silent Partner: During her time as an Elective Mute, Amanda filled this role to Roger Remous and Rex, the latter two characters often "translating" her silence into words that the rest of the team could understand.
- Sorry That I'm Dying: After being mortally wounded, she apologized to Rex for being unable to keep her promise of never leaving him.
- Split Personality: Invoked but not confirmed. Amanda Claw does not personally believe that she has split personality, simply considering her darker side the result of giving in to negative feelings, but to anyone else it would seem that she has two very separate personalities.
- Stepford Smiler: If Silencia Venomosa is smiling and it is not a Psychotic Smirk, then it is a Type C example.
- The Stoic: As Silencia Venomosa, she rarely showed genuine emotion.
- Straw Nihilist: According to Word of God, while she didn't go around lecturing everyone about her beliefs for obvious reasons, her bitter and cynical outlook on life during her years of Silencia Venomosa was basically along the lines of "life is meaningless". One of the things that led to her retirement was being convinced once more that life did have meaning.
- Suddenly Always Knew That: As part of the gradual revelation of her Belated Backstory, Amanda Suddenly Always Knew how to be a deadly-efficient sniper during the attack on the XERRD Fortress.
- Suddenly Voiced: Amanda Claw forsakes her vow of silence during the LEGO Island mission upon learning about Roger's death.
- Surprisingly Sudden Death: Her sudden death took a lot of players by surprise.
- Sympathetic Murder Backstory: Amanda's backstory, in which she murdered Don Bricassius as revenge for him killing her parents, was written to invoke pity and sympathy.
- Tranquil Fury: Keeping perfectly in character for her, Amanda Claw does not explode when she is angry, but remains tranquil and collected... which makes her fury even more terrifying.
- Tuckerization: Amanda is named after one of PeabodySam's friends.
- Two First Names: Following her marriage to Rex Alexander.
- Undying Loyalty: To Rex. On at least one occasion, she nearly got herself killed while fulfilling her promise to never leave him.
- The Unfettered: As Silencia Venomosa, nothing would stop her from completing her jobs.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Tragically, Amanda Remous in her youth. She cried out to her parents, distracting them just long enough for Don Bricassius to kill them both.
- Villain Protagonist: In Antithesis, Silencia Venomosa is the main character, and she is hired to murder several innocent people in the Antiverse to cover up Lens Pioneers' involvement in the ANTI project.
- Violently Protective Girlfriend: Towards Rex... though, to be fair, it's mutual.
- Was It All a Lie?: During the Adventurers' Island Story Arc, shortly after learning about Amanda's identity as Silencia Venomosa and her secret fear that "Amanda Claw" is just a mask, Rex asked Amanda this question in regards to their love. Thankfully, Amanda's response was "no", and that helped to keep her grounded.
- When She Smiles: In Love and War, Rex noted that Amanda very rarely gave a genuine smile, but when she did, it made her look younger, happier, and freed from the heavy burdens she carried with her.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: She is very uncomfortable around fire as a result of the fact that her childhood home was burned down by a crime boss's cigarette. This was never a major plot point, but was frequently alluded to. For instance she was said to be outright offended by Montoya offering her a cigarette, and was also mentioned as being among the few agents with lighter privileges (since her fear of fire would make her less likely to abuse them).
Standard Agent Erik "Demoman" Paulson
A Violent Glaswegian and Alcoholic, Erik Paulson is a Demolitions Expert who worked for Reliable Excavation Deconstruction. He is a member of the Second Headquarters Squad, and later joined the Third Headquarters Squad.
- The Alcoholic: Demoman is almost always drinking.
- Badasses Wear Bandanas: He wears a black bandana on his head, although he later gave his bandana to See.
- Brave Scot: Or, at the very least, Drunk-To-The-Point-Of-No-Longer-Having-Reservations Scot.
- Demolitions Expert: He is an employee of the demlotions company Reliable Excavation Deconstruction, and during the Dino Attack he would use all sorts of explosives as weapons.
- Drinking on Duty: Even during the heat of battle, Demoman drinks.
- Drowning My Sorrows: He was always a heavy drinker, but after the death of Soldier, Demoman was hit hard and could only cope with it by drinking.
- Drunken Master: Somehow, despite usually being drunk to the point where he can barely keep himself from passing out, Demoman still can use his explosives to fight Mutant Dinos with deadly efficiency.
- Expy: Of Tavish DeGroot.
- Eyepatch of Power: He has a pirate-esque eyepatch over his left eye.
- Fiery Redhead: Demoman has red hair, and his personality is just as fiery as the explosives he uses.
- Fire-Forged Friends: With Soldier. They bonded together after defending a small castle from Majisto's dragon.
- Mad Bomber: Granted, he's more "drunk" than "mad", but Demoman can be more than a little careless when he's using his deadly explosives.
- Mauve Shirt: Demoman was initially introduced as a Red Shirt, but was allowed to receive more growth and development than originally intended, promoting him to Mauve Shirt.
- Meaningful Name: He's a man who works with demolitions.
- Punny Name: "Erik Paulson" is a pun on "explosion".
- Trap Master: His preferred fighting style, especially in the defense of Gold City against the Hybrids, is laying explosive traps that trigger when the enemy comes in.
- Violent Glaswegian: Demoman is a Scot with a vulgar mouth and a penchant for blowing his enemies to smithereens.
Standard Agent Dude
An extremely unshaven, rather lazy agent who spends his time bowling and drinking. He spent the majority of the war in Antarctica because his superiors thought his codename was stupid, and only brought him in when extra hands were needed.
- Atrocious Alias: Dude was mainly rejected from the team because they thought his codename was stupid. They only relented when the final battle required as many people as were possible to get.
- Expy: Do I really need to say who?
- Moment Killer: Dude has a tendency to do this simply by walking into a room at a bad time, at least once ruining an extremely emotional moment between Pierce and Sarah.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: He is only known as Dude.
Standard Agent Elizabeth Winsor
A former pirate from the tropical sea.
- Anti-Hero: Elizabeth is a case of Knight in Sour Armour (although she has slipped into Pragmatic Hero on some occasions).
- Pirate: Of the dashing rogue variety.
- A Pirate 400 Years Too Late: Like most pirates of the Tropical Seas, she dresses and acts like a Golden Age pirate despite living in the modern day.
- Pirate Girl: Elizabeth is one of the few female pirates seen in Dino Attack RPG.
- The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: Aside from her attempt to hijack an Iron Predator, Elizabeth hasn't really committed many acts of piracy in Dino Attack RPG.
- Privateer: Arguably, since she is a pirate officially hired by Dino Attack Team.
- Transplant: Her character found a new home in Dino Attack RPG after the end of the Pirates RPG.
Standard Agent Tex "Engineer" S. Holdem
An engineer from midwestern America, Tex S. Holdem joined Dino Attack Team so he could improve their security and defenses with the technology he had invented. He was assigned to Second Headquarters Squad.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Engineer is one of the friendlier members of Second Headquarters Squad, but don't think for a second that he won't shoot you if you get in his way. Those turrets aren't designed for incapacitation, after all.
- Cool Shades: Engineer wears large shades over his eyes.
- Dissonant Serenity: Carries a calm tone of voice as he warns his comrades not to get in the way of his deadly sentry turrets.
- The Engineer: As one can guess from his codename, Engineer's expertise is engineering.
- Expy: Of Dell Conagher.
- Gadgeteer Genius: Engineer is always designing new gadgets and devices to help Dino Attack Team.
- Killed Off for Real: He was the first victim of the mole.
- Mauve Shirt: Engineer was initially introduced as a Red Shirt, but was allowed to receive more growth and development than originally intended, promoting him to Mauve Shirt, of the "more likely to be Killed Off for Real" variety.
- Meaningful Name: He's an engineer.
- Mysterious Middle Initial: Nobody knows what the "S." stands for.
- Pragmatic Hero: He doesn't care much about philosophy, preferring to remain practical and realistic in the war against Mutant Dinos.
- Punny Name: "Tex S. Holdem" is a play on "Texas Hold'em".
- The Smart Guy: As a brilliant engineer, he's easily one of the smartest members of Second Headquarters Squad.
- Southern-Fried Genius: He comes from midwestern America and is a brilliant engineer.
- The Turret Master: Engineer has assembled security systems for Dino Attack Team, especially including turrets.
Standard Agent Firecracker
A psychotic demolitions expert with an unhealthy passion for blowing things up, Firecracker has no concerns for anyone else or the consequences of his actions, just so long as he can blow something- anything- up.
- Demolitions Expert: He learned how to use dynamite after being hired by Reliable Excavation Deconstruction, and he uses it as much as he can.
- Expy: An interesting case. While he was based on a character from the obscure spaghetti Western Duck, You Sucker!, his depiction isn't so much based on the actual movie's depiction of him as a guilt-ridden ex-terrorist as it is the humorous depictions of him in Atton Rand's Hitler Rants videos, where he is shown to be an ax-crazy psycho who loves seeing things explode and has made it his life's ambition to blow up Hitler for reasons unknown.
- Faileda Spot Check: When Firecracker tried to pull that Taking You with Me stunt, he failed to notice that only a small fraction of the Mutant Dino army was actually inside the building at that point.
- Heroic Comedic Sociopath: Firecracker's tendency to blow everything up is usually Played for Laughs.
- Mad Bomber: Firecracker loves to blow things up. He does not care what it is or if there will be consequences, he is willing to light a stick of dynamite and destroy it. It even got him fired from Reliable Excavation Deconstruction.
- Nominal Hero: Firecracker could have easily been a horrifying villain if it weren't for the fact that he was working for the heroes.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: He is only known as Firecracker.
- Taking You with Me: Attempted by Firecracker, who tried to blow up Dino Attack Headquarters (with him still inside) to wipe out the Mutant Dino army, but it didn't exactly work out the way he planned.
- What the Hell, Hero?: Firecracker tried to perform a Taking You with Me... by blowing up Dino Attack Headquarters, which is what Dino Attack Team was fighting to defend, while there were doctors, patients, evacuees, Dino Attack agents, and other personnel still inside, an important Teleport Pad on the roof, and only a fraction of the Mutant Dino forces inside the building at that point.
- Wrong Genre Savvy: Because of his inspiration, Firecracker is the delusion that he's in a comedy where he can blow stuff up with little consequence.
- Your Answer to Everything: Give Firecracker a problem, any problem- and I guarantee you 99.9% percent of the time he'll find a way to work explosives into his solution.
Standard Agent GastonAn Egomaniac Hunter from France, Gaston believes he's the hero... but he's really just a Dirty Coward and Handsome Lech.
- Ascended Extra: He was briefly mentioned in the comm chatter in At War's End, and then made a physical appearance in For Want of Nails.
- Dirty Coward: Gaston deserts Dino Attack Team during the final battle because he believes that they're doomed to lose. One of his teammates calls him out and even accuses him of this trope by name.
- Egomaniac Hunter: He was a big game hunter before the Dino Attack, and he proudly boasts that this makes him the perfect hero in the Dino Attack.
- Expy: Inspired by Gaston from Beauty and the Beast.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: Gaston was in the team up until the final day, but Danny and Francis can't stand him in For Want of Nails and someone calls him a Dirty Coward in At War's End.
- Handsome Lech: He's handsome and attractive, but the girl he's harassing (who may or may not be fellow Dino Attack agent Belle) keeps refusing his advances.
- Poirot Speak: He speaks English perfectly well, but occasionally uses French expressions instead (e.g. "au contraire" instead of "on the contrary"). It would be Gratuitous French if it wasn't his native language.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Gaston hates to lose, so when a situation turns sour, he's known to walk out. This ultimately led to him deserting the team during the final battle, believing it was a lost cause.
- Straw Misogynist: Gaston is known for repeatedly harassing women and only caring about their beauty, which earns him the ire of other agents like Danny and Francis.
- Wrong Genre Savvy: Gaston insists that being a handsome hunter would make him the perfect hero and love interest in a story like the Dino Attack. Instead, he proves to be hated by his teammates for being a Dirty Coward and Straw Misogynist.
Standard Agent Ghost
- Chekhov's Gunman: Ghost was character that rode on a Fire Hammer with Minerva to the rear guard camp. After Brikman McStudz reread the Dino Attack RPG and remembered the existence of Ghost, he reintroduced him as being a spy for the Maelstrom for his entire existence.
- Killed Off for Real: He was killed in At War's End after being revealed as a Stromling spy.
- The Mole: Turned out to be a Stromling in disguise.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: He is only known as Ghost.
Standard Agent Grisbarba "Greybeard" L. Pirata
A swashbuckling pirate from the Tropical Sea, Greybeard grew bored of the refugee facilities and joined the Dino Attack Team in the battle against the mutant dinosaurs.
- Anti-Hero: Greybeard is a case of Knight in Sour Armour and Pragmatic Hero.
- The Alcoholic: Like other pirates on the team, he prefers to drink rum.
- Badass and Child Duo: Greybeard is the Badass to Mary Rose's Child.
- Badass Beard: As his name implies, he has very distinctive facial hair to compliment his prowess.
- Badass Driver: Believe it or not. He was, after all, a participant in the 1999 LEGO Racing Championship.
- Badass Longcoat: Greybeard wears one of the pirate captain variety.
- Captain Colorbeard: His nickname is Greybeard.
- Characterization Marches On: Greybeard started off as Plucky Comic Relief, but soon nestled in the role of a bitter Pragmatic Hero and Deadpan Snarker with a Dark and Troubled Past.
- Cool Old Guy: Greybeard is supposedly older than everyone else but never reveals his actual age, as part of a Running Gag.note
- Closest Thing We Got: Think a semi-religious doctor the Closest Thing We Got to a minister? During Rex and Amanda's Wartime Wedding, Greybeard proclaimed that he was the Closest Thing We Got... because he's the oldest Minifig on the team?
- Dark and Troubled Past: As explored in his Pensieve Flashback.
- Deadpan Snarker: He is quick to make snarky comments about the situation. It comes with being a Grumpy Old Man.
- Disabled Snarker: Being both a Handicapped Badass and Deadpan Snarker, Greybeard has this trope covered.
- Drinking on Duty: He frequently can be found drinking rum, even in the thick of battle.
- Drowning My Sorrows: Grisbarba L. Pirata after the violent break-up with "Bad Luck" Beatrice.
- Drunken Master: Even while intoxicated, he's still a Master Swordsman.
- The Drunken Sailor: He's a pirate who drinks a lot of rum.
- Empty Eyes: Greybeard's scarred eye, which is nearly blind.
- Expy: Although Greybeard is not really based upon any particular character, he does act as an Expy of Captain Hector Barbossa in certain scenes, especially during Rex and Amanda's Wartime Wedding.
- Eye Scream: Greybeard lost all vision in his right eye due to a Mutant Raptor attack.
- Foil: When they work together, the cranky, pessimistic, and down-to-earth Greybeard is often a Foil to the idealistic and romantic Rex.
- Given Name Reveal: Greybeard's real name was left unknown until illusion!Beatrice referred to him as "Grisbarba" in the Maelstrom Temple.
- Good Scars, Evil Scars: Greybeard has a scar over his eye, which looks cool but just villainous-looking enough to let you know that Greybeard isn't a nice guy.
- Grandparental Substitute: Inadvertently became one to Mary Rose, especially because she was too young to realize that he is not actually her grandfather.
- Grumpy Old Man: In addition to being one of the oldest characters in the RPG, he has a very cynical and caustic outlook on life.
- Handicapped Badass: Greybeard has a Hook Hand and a scarred eye.
- Hook Hand: He lost his left hand a long time ago and, in true pirate fashion, had it replaced with a hook.
- I Did What I Had to Do: The maxim of many realist agents, including Greybeard.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Greybeard can be a real jerk at times, such as when he mutinied against Rex and nearly killed Sauro-Hunter because he disagreed with their morals, but he does have a very soft spot in his heart, especially seen when he cares for Mary Rose.
- Jerkass Has a Point: Greybeard was introduced as a Foil to Rex to show that the latter had an overly-idealistic outlook on the horrors of war, and one must be willing to go to certain extremes to do what's right.
- Kill Him Already!: What Greybeard wanted to do after Dr. Rex's fall. If only Rex had listened to him instead of wanting to give Dr. Rex some Cruel Mercy...
- The Kirk: Greybeard, in comparison with the more emotional Rex and the more logical Frozeen. Of the three, he comes across as the most practical, able to balance his emotional drive and his experience-based logic, therefore knowing what he must do in any situation. He is much more down-to-earth than Rex, but is also able to emotionally relate to his companions much better than Frozeen can.
- The Lancer: Greybeard is a cantankerous cynical realist, who contrasts with Rex and Frozeen whenever he works with them.
- Like a Son to Me: Although they are not biologically related, Greybeard sees Mary Rose as if she really were his granddaughter.
- Master Swordsman: Greybeard bested Fullmetal in a swordfight and is implied to be a master swordsman even while drunk.
- Meaningful Name: He has a beard that's grey in color.
- Multiple-Choice Past: Before the Adventurers' Island story arc, every time the origin story of Greybeard's hook was brought up, it was different, with some examples including being locked up by Islanders to losing it in battle against Skeleton Pirates, to the point where it was turned into a minor Running Gag with Greybeard. Ultimately, the "correct" choice of this Multiple Choice Past was revealed during the Pensieve Flashback.
- Mysterious Middle Initial: Nobody knows what "L." stands for.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Grisbarba L. Pirata is derived from "barba gris" and "pirata", which are Spanish for "grey beard" and "pirate", respectively. And, of course, he is commonly known as Greybeard most of the time, anyways.
- Noble Male, Roguish Male: Greybeard is the Roguish Male to either Rex or Frozeen's Noble Male, depending on which one he happens to be partnered up with at the time.
- Not Afraid of You Anymore: According to Word of God, this is how Greybeard vanquished his illusion in the Maelstrom Temple.
- Old Soldier: Old pirate, but it's a dangerous occupation, and he continues to kick butt despite being one of the oldest (if not the oldest) Dino Attack agents.
- Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: Although Greybeard's pirate accent has slowly become heavier and heavier over the course of Dino Attack RPG, there was one moment where PeabodySam intentionally slipped up his accent: during his Shout-Out to Admiral Ackbar. After all, "It's a trap!" sounds much funnier than "It be a trap!"
- Pirate: Of the "dashing rogue" kind, based on the LEGO Pirates line.
- A Pirate 400 Years Too Late: Despite looking and acting like a pirate from the Golden Age of Piracy, he lives in modern day.
- The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: For a Pirate, Greybeard really hasn't committed many acts of piracy in Dino Attack RPG.
- Pragmatic Hero: His cynical outlook makes him a more grounded realist than the likes of Rex, and he values doing what must be done over what is morally correct. Summed up rather well in this quote:Greybeard: "Listen, Rex, we be in a war. In a war, ye kill yer enemy, before yer enemy kills ye. We don't have time to go around taming little hatchlings. Even if it gives us an advantage, we'll be wasting our time while our enemy can strike at us."
- Privateer: He's officially hired by Dino Attack Team.
- Revolvers Are Just Better: While Greybeard occasionally uses modern weapons when in dire need, he prefers using classic pistols.
- Rugged Scar: Greybeard has a scar over his eye, which he got from surviving a raptor attack.
- Sand In My Eyes: Greybeard was definitely not crying during the final battle. It was raining very hard, and there was a leak in the roof, in case you haven't noticed.
- Scarf Of Asskicking: He wears a green scarf around his neck, which compliments his kick-butt appearance.
- Seadog Beard: As can be expected from someone named Greybeard, he is a pirate with a rugged grey beard.
- Steven Ulysses Perhero: With a name like Grisbarba L. Pirata, who would have guessed that he one day would have become a pirate with a gray beard?
- Sword and Gun: His weapons of choice are the cutlass and flintlock pistol, as would fit a pirate.
- Talk Like a Pirate: He speaks with a heavy pirate accent, even more noticeable than any other pirate in the RPG.
- Transplant: From Pirates RPG.
Standard Agent Ivan "Heavy" Tzenovich
A former soldier who was discharged from the Russian army, Ivan Tzenovich is an expert in heavy weaponry and a member of Dino Attack Team's Second Headquarters Squad.
- Angrish: Heavy bellowed a war cry upon spotting The Mole.
- Ax-Crazy: Heavy has some violent tendencies, which proved to be dangerous to his fellow soldiers back when he was a member of the army.
- Bald of Awesome: Aside from some stubble on his chin, Heavy's head is completely bald.
- Berserk Button: This is Heavy's weapon. You do not touch Heavy's weapon!
- BFG: His weapon of choice.
- The Big Guy: He is physically big and imposing, with a punch that can send a man flying across the room.
- Big "NO!": Heavy said one after seeing Medic's corpse.
- Boisterous Bruiser: As long as you stay on his good side, Heavy seems like a fun guy to hang around with.
- Dumb Muscle: Seems to be the case, though who's to say that, like his inspiration, he simply isn't a good English speaker?
- Expy: Of Heavy Weapons Guy.
- Flanderization: A minor note on Heavy's profile on the wiki stated that he opened a sandwich shop after being discharged from the army. He also got into a food debate with other Dino Attack agents and argued that sandwiches were the best food. Apparently, Atton Rand took these two minor notes about sandwiches and blew them completely out of proportion, to the point where sandwiches overshadowed everything else about Heavy whenever he appeared in Atton Rand's posts.
- Funetik Aksent: Heavy's accent is represented with replacing "s/th" with "z" and "w" with "v" in his dialogue.
- Gatling Good: Heavy's specialty lies in big machine guns.
- Glorious Mother Russia: He did, after all, swear on his Motherland that he would avenge Medic's death.
- Guttural Growler: He has a deep, guttural voice.
- Heroic Comedic Sociopath: Generally, his sociopathic tendencies are Played for Laughs.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Medic, although Scout would beg to differ.
- Husky Russkie: He is a Russian who si The Big Guy of Second Headquarters Squad.
- I Call It "Vera": While Heavy doesn't refer to his gun by name, he does refer to it with female pronouns.
- It's Personal: Heavy was far more eager to join the mole hunt after The Mole killed Medic.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: For all of his apathy towards others when firing his machine gun and for all the times he used his brute strength to get his way, Heavy cared more about Medic than anything else, and was utterly heartbroken when Medic was killed.
- Just a Stupid Accent: Heavy never speaks a word of Russian and gets away with only a slight Funetik Aksent.
- Killed Offscreen: Because the post is told from Rex's perspective while he's lying paralyzed on the floor, we don't get to see it happen. We only get to hear it, and then we see the aftermath later on.
- Large Ham: Heavy is almost always speaking at full volume.
- Mauve Shirt: Heavy was initially introduced as a Red Shirt, but was allowed to receive more growth and development than originally intended, promoting him to Mauve Shirt, of the "more likely to be Killed Off for Real" variety.
- Meaningful Name: He works with heavy weaponry.
- Mighty Glacier: He's very strong and carries around the biggest guns, but he's a slow runner.
- More Dakka: His weapon of choice is heavy weaponry that shoots a lot.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: His real name is Ivan Tzenovich.
- Psycho for Hire: He was kicked out of the military for being too Trigger Happy, and yet he was hired by Dino Attack Team.
- Punny Name: If you space out the letters in his real name, you get "I vant zenovich", which is obviously a play on "I want sandwich".
- Shouting Shooter: Frequently bellows war cries while firing his weapon.
- Smarter Than You Look: Heavy caught on to the possibility that either Soldier or Scout, who went separate ways and were subsequently alone with no one to watch them, could possibly be The Mole.
- Stock Foreign Name: Uses the Stock Russian Name "Ivan".
- Stout Strength: While his teammates crack jokes about his weight, he is the strongest member of the Second Headquarters Squad.
- Talking in Your Sleep: Heavy apparently had a weird dream about marrying a sandwich.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Heavy really likes sandwiches, to the point where he will outright refuse to eat anything else (though he will relent if presented a different food item as long as he is told it is a sandwich).
- Trigger Happy: He was discharged from the army because he loved shooting so much, to the point where he would waste thousands of dollars worth of ammunition firing at nothing in particular (or even his fellow soldiers if they got in the way).
Standard Agent Batholomew "Helm" Helmutson
- Ascended Extra: He was originally just an unimportant barge helmsman who would bring Hotwire to the Goo Caverns, but ended up becoming wrapped up in the adventure and so was promoted to a more developed character.
- The Driver: Helm is a helmsman whose role was to ferry Dino Attack agents across the ocean.
- Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": Helmie was simply referred to as "the barge helmsman" during the beginning of the Goo Caverns story arc.
- The Knights Who Say "Squee!": Bart Helmutson was very happy to meet Junkbot in Antarctica.
- In-Universe Nickname: While his codename is Helm, his friends call him "Helmie".
- Pragmatic Hero: Helm identifies himself as a realist who doesn't feel any qualms about exterminating the Mutant Dinos. This led to him being recruited for the secret black operations mission in Antarctica.
- Punny Name: "Bartholomew Helmutson" is a play on "barge helmsman".
Standard Agent Cdr. Holly Vinyaya
- Ace Pilot: Due to her Space Police background, she is a skilled pilot.
- Action Girl: She is a tough Space Police officer turned Dino Attack agent.
- Beauty Is Never Tarnished: Harshly averted, receiving two scars on the right side of her face and choosing to keep them after the war.
- Celibate Hero: Holly Vinyaya was this in the Space Police.
- The Determinator: She had high tenacity and refuses to be stopped of doing her duty, regardless of her injuries.
- Eyepatch of Power: Wore one for the final battle after losing her eye. She presumably dropped it after getting an artificial eye after the war.
- Eye Scream: Her right eye was slashed my a Mutant Raptor claw dipped in acid.
- Human Shield: She was used as one by Stromling!Zach to intercept another Dino Attack agent's attack.
- Last Minute Hookup: With Bluetooth at the end of At War's End.
- Latex Space Suit: Holly's zero suit, which she wears underneath her armor.
- Launcher of a Thousand Ships: Holly Vinyaya is an in-universe example, according to Zachary Virchaus.
- The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: Holly is a member of the Space Police, but her work in Dino Attack RPG is more like that of a soldier than a cop.
- Space Police: Commando Holly Vinyaya was sent to the LEGO Planet after hearing rumors of the Blacktron allying with a rogue Dino Attack Agent. She ended up serving as a Dino Attack Agent in other parts of the world.
- Tomboy Ponytail: She is an Action Girl who ties her hair back in a ponytail.
- Two-Faced: Scarred only on the right side of her face.
Standard Agent Lance Williams
A famous surfer who has been in the battlefield a little bit too long.
- Celebrity Survivor: Lance Williams was a famous surfer before the Dino Attack.
- Expy: Of Lance Johnson.
- Foil: Lance, the good-natured but trigger-happy rookie, is a foil to Kate, the inexperienced rookie who has trouble adjusting to her surroundings.
- Phrase Catcher: "Lance Williams, the surfer?" is the most common response of anyone hearing his name for the first time.
- Running Gag: Nearly everyone he runs into recognizes him in a second, or recognizes the name when it is mentioned, regardless of whether or not they should know anything about surfing.
- Sanity Slippage: The war hasn't exactly had a positive effect on Lance's mind.
- Shell-Shocked Veteran: Technically, he hasn't been in the team for long, but it has had a significant impact on his mind.
- Split Personality: Lance Williams is known to go from being calm and relatively quiet but good-natured to overly aggressive and trigger happy at the slightest sign of trouble.
- Surfer Dude: Although he isn't really known to talk like one.
- Trigger Happy: He is more than willing to shoot anything he sees as a threat, but occasionally he gets somewhat paranoid, and has the tendency to shoot at an unidentified target. This has on at least one occasion nearly resulted in him shooting other Dino Attack agents.
Standard Agent Laxus
- Aliens Speaking English: Like most Martians, he is very intelligent and therefore able to easily learn Earth languages such as English.
- Amusing Alien: Laxus, being a Deadpan Snarker, has several pretty amusing lines.
- Deadpan Snarker: Most likely due to being a fan of Earth pop culture (especially Mystery Science Theater 3000), Laxus is quick to make snarky quips about ridiculous situations.
- Humanoid Aliens: Like all Martians, Laxus has a humanoid build with two arms, two legs, an upright stance, etc.
- Interspecies Friendship: With Andrew primarily, but also shows up with his interactions with Zach, Minerva and Pterisa.
- My Greatest Failure: He has a bit of regret for how well Martians did with defending themselves against the Crystaliens during the events of Mars Mission (namely, so badly they weren't present at all in the theme's events).
- Pop-Cultured Badass: Especially thanks to Martians' studies of LEGO Planet's pop culture.
- The Smart Guy: In the sense that he's well-vested in Martian technology and an engineer in their Aero Tube Systems. The most this shows up in the RPG though is his management of a Fire Hammer's non-steering controls and use of Martian handheld technology he has on him.
Standard Agent Kurt "Mac" MacReady
- Ace Pilot: He was a helicopter pilot prior to the Dino Attack, and this skill has served him well as a Dino Attack agent.
- The Alcoholic: He often finds himself drinking wine in his spare time.
- Expy: Of R.J. MacReady
- Informed Loner: Mac is a socially awkward loner, yet he gets along well with his teammates and can prove to be an effective leader.
- Named After Somebody Famous: Named after Kurt Russell.
Standard Agent Maria
A tough-as-nails young woman from the Old West.
- Action Girl: It's unusual for a woman from Gold City, where society hasn't moved beyond the ideas of the Old West, but Maria was raised by her father and taught how to use a gun, and she easily keeps up with her male companions during the mission to retake Gold City as they fight Mutant Dinos and Hybrids.
- Badass Gay: She is a tough-as-nails Action Girl who also happens to be a lesbian.
- Battle Couple: Maria and Andrea Jackson Orange are a lesbian battle couple.
- Knife Nut: Not as much as Amanda, but she had her moments, such as when she infiltrated Fort Legoredo and killed Hybrids with a knife.
- Only One Name: This is even parodied, since her surname becomes The Un-Reveal during her wedding.
- Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: Whenever she appeared in PeabodySam's posts, her Texas Drawl tended to be much more downplayed.
Standard Agent Dietrich "Medic" Luzwheit
A doctor hailing from Barron who takes a little too much pleasure in his work, Dietrich Luzhweit joined the Dino Attack Team to offer his medical services on the battlefield and was assigned to Second Headquarters Squad.
- Characterization Marches On:
- When first introduced, Medic was a very reasonable, if easily-agitated, doctor. As more of his backstory was revealed through comments by Alan Pierce, Dr. Luzwheit's sanity and regard for human life seemed to slowly slip away.
- Incidentally, the idea for the rivalry came from a note in Medic's profile that said he was friends with Heavy because the latter's brutality improved his business. Initially it was supposed to be a simple ethical dilemma by which Pierce didn't like Medic because he was more concerned about making money than he was about actually saving his patients. This later built gradually evolved into Pierce becoming (understandably) distrusting of an insane doctor.
- Combat Medic: Medic, along with Zenna and Martinet, is one of the only doctors who is also a Dino Attack agent, and battles Mutant Dinos while he's healing his patients on the battlefield.
- Deadly Doctor: Woe to the Hybrid who met Medic's bonesaw.
- Dr. Jerk: He is quite easily agitated, especially by other medical personnel whom he sees as "inferior".
- Dressed to Heal: He wears a Labcoat of Science and Medicine and carries around a stethoscope.
- Expy: Of Dr. Ludwig.
- Funetik Aksent: His speech uses "z" instead of "th" and "s", and "v" instead of "f" and "w".
- Gratuitous German: Medic will throw in some German (usually "ja" and "und") into his English speech.
- Herr Doktor: While Medic isn't actually German (he's from the Fictional Country Barron), his Germanic Funetik Aksent and his role as The Medic are clearly meant to invoke this trope.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Heavy, although Scout would beg to differ.
- I Take Offense to That Last One!: Medic didn't mind being called out on his questionable methods. He did mind, however, when Pierce falsely accused him of using rusty tools.
- Just a Stupid Accent: Although Medic throws in some Gratuitous German words every now and then, all he does is speak English with a very heavy accent; he is never seen speaking a full sentence in German.
- Killed Off for Real: He was killed by the mole.
- Labcoat of Science and Medicine: Medic wears a labcoat over his Dino Attack uniform, showing his status as a medical doctor.
- Mad Doctor: Especially according to Pierce.
- Mauve Shirt: Medic was initially introduced as a Red Shirt, but was allowed to receive more growth and development than originally intended, promoting him to Mauve Shirt, of the "more likely to be Killed Off for Real" variety.
- Meaningful Name: He's a medic.
- The Medic: He joined Dino Attack Team to provide medical attention to soldiers on the battlefield, and he became the Second Headquarters Squad's assigned doctor.
- Morality Pet: Medic serves as one for Heavy.
- Named by Democracy: Dr. Luzwheit originally had a different Code Name, but switched to "Medic" after realizing that wounded agents in the field had a tendency to call for "medic".
- Nerd Glasses: He's a doctor who wears glasses.
- Pragmatic Hero: Medic's morals have been questioned much more than any other doctor on the team, and with good reason. However, in a Shut Up, Kirk! moment to Pierce, he insisted that he does what he can because it must be done, and he's the only one who isn't afraid to do it.
- Punny Name: His given name is Dietrich, and his surname is a pun on "lose weight".
- Shoot the Medic First: Medic was the second member of Second Headquarters Squad to be killed by The Mole.
- Slasher Smile: Had one right before he cut up a Hybrid with his bonesaw.
- Slashed Throat: His ultimate fate.
- Stock Foreign Name: Uses the Stock German Name "Dietrich".
Standard Agent Montgonel
Pharisee's associate, also working for internal affairs.
- Foil: Toward Pharisee, seeing as he is more level-headed, sees the world in shades of grey, and prefers to follow established protocol unlike Pharisee's much more faith-based sense of morality.
- Only One Name: He is only known as Montgonel.
Standard Agent Mur
- Heroic Sacrifice: Mur allowed himself to be killed by the Dino Attack Team so Cranky could finally be defeated.
- Killed Off for Real
- Only Known by Their Nickname
- Pragmatic Hero
Standard Agent Kareem Nazareno
- Artificial Limbs: Nazareno specializes in creating these.
- Bald of Awesome
- Berserk Button: Nazareno doesn't appreciate it when he is unmasked unwillingly.
- Chaste Hero
- Dual Wielding: Uses two golden katanas.
- Dying Declaration of Love: Gave one to Zelda before passing away.
- Gratuitous Ninja: As one might imagine, a work set in post-apocalyptic modern times with a heavy emphasis on military combat against mutant dinosaurs is not necessarily one where ninjas would usually be found. Of course, that doesn't stop Kareem from abiding by the Rule of Cool.
- Killed Off for Real
- Mentor Occupational Hazard
- Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: As a space ninja who is skilled with prosthetics, Kareem Nazareno comes close.
- Oblivious to Love
- The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: Kareem Nazareno is a Ninja, but we don't see him doing many things that Ninja do, such as infiltrating, sneaking, assassinating, or stealing. He wears a mask and fights with a katana, and that's about it.
- Tuckerization: His initials are intended as a shout to Brikman McStudz's friend KillerNinja7, who created the Minifig for Nazareno.
- Worthy Opponent: To Blaire Darkling/Matthew Vherestorm
Standard Agent Andrea Jackson Orange
Andrew Jackson's daughter, previously disowned and forced to run away with her lover Sam Orange. She was later forced to survive in a makeshift bunker, resulting in peculiar hallucinations at times. However, she ultimately came back to protect her father by posing as him while The Mole was killing his teammates. She's also secretly gay.
- Action Girl: Although not actually agent Pyro, Andrea Jackson Orange is a pretty darn good action girl who specializes in flamethrowers.
- Ax-Crazy: When suffering from hallucations due to claustrophobia, Andrea Jackson Orange is known to kill Mutant Dinos in horrific manners.
- Badass Gay: In addition to being an Action Girl, she is the first explicitly homosexual character in Dino Attack RPG.
- Claustrophobia: She suffers from this as a result of being cooped up in a underground bunker during the Dino Attack, causing her to suffer hallucinations. Wearing her father's gas mask and balaclava also triggers her claustrophobia.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: When wearing a helmet, Andrea Jackson Orange thinks that she's in a Sugar Bowl setting populated by cute baby dinosaurs as a result of hallucinations she experienced while suffering from claustrophobia in a makeshift bunker for who-knows-how-long.
- Expy : Of how Atton Rand interprets Pyro, especially post-Meet The Pyro.
- Fire-Breathing Weapon: Appears to be her weapon of choice, although how much of this is because of the role she had to adopt is unconfirmed.
- Messy Hair: She was noted to be very unkempt and dirty after her balaclava was removed.
- Named After Somebody Famous: Indirectly named after President Andrew Jackson.
- Punny Name: Having inherited her father's original name, her name "A.J. Orange" is a play on "Agent Orange", a chemical used in the Vietnam War to burn away the jungle growth.
- Sweet Polly Oliver: She dressed up as her father.
- The Unintelligible: While wearing a balaclava.
Standard Agent George "Pilot" Brown
- Ace Pilot: There's a reason why he's called "Pilot". His skill in flying T-1 Typhoons has made him very useful in the eyes of both Cam O'Cozy and Rotor.
- Butt-Monkey: Poor guy got roped into Cam O'Cozy's crusade against the idealists, nearly executed by Rotor for disobeying orders, and then nearly executed again for disobeying orders and aiding the release of a known convicted criminal.
- Meaningful Name: He's a pilot.
- One Steve Limit: Averted; there is at least one other Dino Attack agent with the codename Pilot.
- Pragmatic Hero: He identifies himself as a realist and initially sided with Cam O'Cozy during the conflict of ideals, although he also came to recognize that O'Cozy was crazy.
Standard Agent Palmer
A young agent, a mechanic and rookie pilot who was working on Adventurers' Island. In actuality he had been infected by the Maelstrom and sought to fill out the power vacuum left by Zachary and Ahua.
- The Chessmaster: Palmer tricked Garry both into leading him to the source of the Maelstrom (essentially making him a super-Stromling of sorts, especially now that Zach was cured and Ahua is dead, leaving him to take their places) and made his fellow teammates paranoid to the extent that one of them was murdered... by Garry himself.
- Decapitation Presentation: His ultimate fate- being brutally decapitated in an effort to show that Trigger was a badass... and it was all for nothing.
- The Engineer: Even though he never put his mechanic skills to good use.
- Expy: Stromling!Palmer is basically an Expy of Stromling!Zach and Stromling!Ahua, created to fill the gap by the former's HeelFace Turn and the latter's death. He was intended to be a very, very loose expy of the character of the same name from The Thing.
- Killed Off for Real
- Meaningful Name: He was involved with an expedition to the Maelstrom when his teammates were panicked over the possibility of a Stromling mole, another man named Clark being the prime suspect. Anyone who's seen The Thing will know where this is going.
- Only One Name
- Psychotic Smirk: Had one just before his reveal.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: To Stromling Zachary and Ahua.
- Too Powerful to Live
Standard Agent Plastic Serpent
A low-life criminal scumbag and former rival of Snake, who makes him look honorable in comparison. He formerly had the codename "Snake", until he was beaten up by Snake and forced to change his codename.
- Badasses Wear Bandanas: Subverted. Plastic Serpent wears a bandana like Solid Snake, but doesn't do anything badass.
- Butt-Monkey: He was introduced soley so that he could get beaten up by Snake, which happened twice in canon.
- Expy: Was supposed to be an Expy of Solid Snake, but...
- Meaningful Rename: Was originally codenamed Snake but, after a dispute with a certain other Dino Attack agent with that codename, was later forced to change it to avoid any more trouble.
- Offstage Villainy: Snake talked frequently about how Plastic Serpent screwed him over or found ways to cheat him out of the profits of crime or stole credit from him. This was intended to make him seem like a scumbag in comparison to Snake.
- One Steve Limit: Enforced. His codename was changed from Snake to Plastic Serpent to make it easier to differentiate between him and the other Snake.
- Only Known by Their Nickname
- Punny Name: "Plastic Serpent" is a play on "Solid Snake".
- Redundant Parody: The battle between Snake and Plastic Serpent would have been a humorous satire of Solid Snake and a scathing commentary by Atton Rand about the similarities between Solid Snake and Snake Plissken... if it weren't for the fact that the Metal Gear series already openly acknowledges and fully embraces this fact, and John Carpenter actually gave his blessing to the series.
- Straw Loser: He exists for no purpose other than to make Snake look better in comparison.
- Take That!: The idea for the character came from a series of investigations that led Atton Rand to mistaking Solid Snake for a rip-off of Snake Plissken.
Standard Agent Andrew "Pyro" Jackson
A former firefighter who turned Ax-Crazy when his family was killed by Mutant Dinos, Andrew Jackson joined the Dino Attack Team so he could have his revenge and Kill Mutant Dinos With Fire. He was assigned to Second Headquarters Squad and later joined the Third Headquarters Squad.
- Ambiguous Gender: In a reference to his inspiration, some characters argued about Pyro's gender. Officially, Pyro was said by PeabodySam to be a man... until the suit was removed by Atton Rand and Pyro was revealed to be a woman. And then, because Pyro was Not as You Know Them, this was Retconned so that Pyro was male all along and the female Pyro was actually an imposter.
- Angrish: Andrew Jackson's ranting eventually deteriorated into this. Perhaps this is yet another reason why he was The Unintelligible as agent Pyro.
- Ascended Meme: In a way, Pyro's real name is a reference to the portion of the Team Fortress 2 fanbase that believes that Abraham Lincoln, the original BLU Pyro, is also the current Pyro.
- Close-Range Combatant: Due to his weapon of choice.
- Deteriorates Into Gibberish: When Pyro made his radio announcement declaring that someone had stolen his stuff, he actually starts off speaking rather formally. By the end of his message, his speech has apparently deteriorated into barely-understandable Angrish.
- Dude, Where's My Respect?: Andrew Jackson felt this way during the Final Battle. After helping the Dino Attack Team retake LEGO Island and Gold City, he is rewarded by his teammates telling him to shut up and put some clothes on. Given that he was running around in his underwear and shouting loudly into the radio, while his daughter was posing as him so no one recognized him as agent Pyro, the lack of respect was justified, though.
- Expy: Of how PeabodySam interprets Pyro, especially pre-Meet The Pyro.
- The Faceless: Until the Final Battle.
- Fan Disservice: Andrew Jackson, who is dirty, sweaty, pale, and unshaven to begin with, was apparently running through the battlefield in his underwear. Brain Bleach now, please.
- Fire-Breathing Weapon: His weapon of choice.
- Full-Name Basis: When referred to by his real name, Andrew Jackson, Pyro falls under this trope in order to avoid confusing players, what with two other Dino Attack agents named Andrew and Barry Jackson.
- Idiot Savant: On his own, Andrew Jackson is too much of a nutjob to get anything done. But give him a flamethrower (and a flame-retardant suit), and Pyro is a deadly-efficient Dino Attack agent.
- Improbable Weapon User: During the Final Battle, as his flamethrower was taken by his daughter, Pyro took a pair of brooms from a utility closet, set them on fire, and used them as weapons.
- Insane Equals Violent
- Irony: Of the Situational kind. Before the Dino Attack, Andrew Jackson was a firefighter.
- Kill It with Fire: His philosophy on life (and death).
- Laughing Mad
- The Mad Hatter: He's mad, he knows it, and he loves every second of it.
- Malevolent Masked Men: He wore a gas mask over a balaclava.
- Mauve Shirt: Demoman was initially introduced as a Red Shirt, but was allowed to receive more growth and development than originally intended, promoting him to Mauve Shirt.
- Meaningful Name: He's a Pyro Maniac.
- The Mentally Disturbed
- Messy Hair: After being unmasked.
- Named After Somebody Famous: Named after President Andrew Jackson.
- The Pig Pen
- Psycho for Hire
- Punny Name: Before the Retcon that split Andrew Jackson and Andrea Jackson Orange, his original name, A.J. Orange, was a pun on "Agent Orange", a chemical used during the Vietnam War to burn away the jungle growth. The fact that A.J. stood for Andrew Jackson was simply supposed to be an added bonus.
- Pyro Maniac: Obviously.
- Required Secondary Powers: Pyro's Dino Attack uniform, which was made specifically to be flame-retardant. When he tried using fire as a weapon in a different Dino Attack uniform, his clothes caught on fire and briefly left him vulnerable to attack.
- Samus Is a Girl: Played with. It was originally Averted, since Word of God confirmed that Pyro was male, and then Double Subverted, when the mask came off and Pyro turned out be a girl, and then Triple Subverted when recent developments revealed that Pyro was male all along and the girl was actually posing as Pyro.
- Sanity Slippage: After Andrew Jackson's family was killed, his sanity really went off the slippery slope.
- Take That!: Andrew Jackson's rant on the comm was a playful Take That! to Pyro's dramatic change in character after being revealed as a woman. Andrew Jackson turned out to be popular enough to take back the role of Pyro.
- Talkative Loon
- They Called Me Mad!: A rare non-Mad Scientist variation, spoken by Andrew Jackson during his rambling.
- The Unintelligible: As agent Pyro, he wears a balaclava underneath a gas mask, muffling his voice and rendering all his speech to incomprehensible babbling. Even when he's not wearing the helmet and balaclava, he still has a tendency to degrade into Angrish.
Standard Agent Raptor / Enox Phorm
- Disney Death: Raptor appeared to be killed by a Mutant T-Rex, but then...
- Dragon Rider: Formerly rode the blue-scaled dragon Valencia in battle.
- Expy: After his FaceHeel Turn, Raptor became an Expy of the titular creature from Alien.
- FaceHeel Turn: Ended up joining XERRD.
- Fallen Hero
- Killed Off for Real: As Enox Phorm.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Stay away from anyone named Enox Phorm.
- Not Quite Dead: Raptor was seemingly killed, only to return several pages later as quite alive, if not necessarily in the same body.
- Pragmatic Hero
- Reforged into a Minion: Raptor, after meeting his supposed end at the jaws of a Mutant T-Rex, was reforged into Enox Phorm by XERRD.
- We Can Rebuild Him: Unconfirmed, but seeing as the titular creature of the Alien series has a very biomechanical appearance, it possibly applies to Raptor when he was turned into Enox Phorm after apparently being eaten by a Mutant T-Rex.
Standard Agent Roger Remous
- Dead Alternate Counterpart: In the Antiverse, Anti-Roger Remous was killed in 1993 when he stepped in the way of Don Bricassius's gun and saved his parents. Silencia Venomosa was very surprised by this discovery.
- Killed Offscreen
- Last-Name Basis
- Living Emotional Crutch: Roger acted as one for Amanda, doing everything he could to keep her emotionally and mentally grounded and therefore prevent her from becoming Silencia Venomosa again.
- Mauve Shirt: Unlike most Red Shirts, Roger received much more posthumous importance, ultimately leading to a moment in the LEGO Island Story Arc where news of his death caused the Dino Attack Team to hesitate long enough for the Brickspider Bot to take the Constructopedia. In Love and War, which was a rewrite of his sole appearance in the RPG, his role was significantly expanded.
- Sacrificial Lamb: Roger Remous was basically introduced so that he could be eliminated only a few posts later. He posthumously graduated to Mauve Shirt.
Standard Agent Cdr. Rockford
Standard Agent Teri "Scope" Dactyl
A former army sniper and girlfriend of Barry Jackson.
- Battle Couple: With Barry Jackson. This did not quite work as planned due to their love story being unexpectedly rushed.
- Distaff Counterpart: To Barry Jackson.
- The Squadette
Standard Agent Scott
A journalist from LEGO City who covered the aftermath of the final battle.
- Expy: Very, very loosely inspired by the character of the same name from the 1951 horror film The Thing from Another World
- Going for the Big Scoop
- Intrepid Reporter
- Only One Name
- Tagalong Reporter: Scott is implied to have joined the team specifically to report on the Final Battle. He even brought a camera and radio equipment so he could conduct interviews and report live to Antarctica.
Standard Agent Logan "Scratch" Zekria
- Dark and Troubled Past
- Evil Poacher
- Good Scars, Evil Scars: Scratch has multiple scars on his face, primarily from his work with Sam Sinister. These give him a fittingly villainous appearance.
- Killed Off for Real
- Meaningful Name: He's covered with scars.
- Remember the New Guy?: Scratch is described as having participated in the Goo Caverns, LEGO Island, and Antarctica missions despite Brikman McStudz not joining the RPG until the Adventurers' Island story arc.
Standard Agent Ben Shiller
- Everyone Went to School Together: Shiller and Hotwire went to school together.
- Last-Name Basis
- Official Couple: With Wright.
- Put on a Bus: As a result of Atton Rand showing his work when he wrote Shiller's surgery.
Standard Agent Talia "Shock" Kaahs
- Ascended Fridge Horror: There is much Fridge Horror for a Fish out of Temporal Water like Talia Kaahs, which was not explored at all in the RPG. Then, in Scars, the spotlight is shining directly upon this Fridge Horror: everyone that Talia knew is dying or dead, and she is left struggling to rebuild her life from scratch.
- A Day in the Limelight: Scars is a short story featuring Talia as the main character.
- Beauty Is Never Tarnished: Subverted, since her face bears several scars from a Mutant Raptor attack.
- Beta Couple: With General, to Rex and Amanda's Alpha Couple.
- Brainy Brunette: She was studying to become a doctor, and she has brown hair.
- Did Not Get the Girl: General died during the final battle, leaving Talia as an unhappy bachelorette after the war was over.
- Good Scars, Evil Scars: Talia is an unambiguously good character, but she received some nasty scars across her face that would typically be more indicative of villains, which may tie into the darker aspects of her personality.
- I Don't Want to Ruin Our Friendship: Talia Kaahs and Ronald Alexander were friends in high school, but while Ronald had unrequited feelings for her, Talia only saw him as a friend. When he tried to ask her out on a date, she said that it wouldn't work out and they would be better off as just friends.
- It's Personal: Talia specifically joined Dino Attack Team to get revenge on Dr. Rex.
- The Lost Lenore: Although she was not dead, Talia was this to General during the 52 years that she spent in stasis, since her sudden disappearance from his life caused him to spiral into depression. It ended up going in reverse, too: General's death really left Talia in a sad, lonely state.
- No Immortal Inertia: Implied by the ending of Scars. Talia noticed that her hair was starting to turn white, suggesting that 52 lost years of stasis were about to rapidly catch up to her.
- Official Couple: With General.
- Put on a Bus: Near the end of the Final Battle, Talia was safely teleported to Antarctica, which effectively removed her from the remainder of the battle.
- The Bus Came Back: After the end of the war.
- Runaway Bride: Subverted. General believed that Talia Kaahs stood him up on their wedding day, but did not realize until many years later that she was kidnapped by Dr. Rex.
- Satellite Love Interest: In the RPG itself, Talia only existed to be the object of affection for General and Dr. Rex, while Talia herself was a flat character with no development. The Expanded Universe short story Scars was written specifically to rectify this issue.
- Scars Are Forever: Talia won't consider plastic surgery for her scars.
- Sealed Good in a Can: Type 2 example while she was held in stasis in the Dino Island Laboratory.
- She Is All Grown Up: In the eyes of George Ogel and Ronald Alexander in the 1957 flashback. She actually deliberately invoked this, since she changed her appearance after high school because she believed that a beautiful woman would get ahead in life much easier than a plain-looking woman.
- Shout-Out: Talia Kaahs's last name is the first name of Shaak Ti spelled backwards, as a tongue-in-cheek reference to a Crack Pairing of Shaak Ti and General Grievous.
- Tuckerization: Talia is named after one of PeabodySam's friends.
Standard Agent Barry "Shotgun" Jackson
A former army sniper.
- Battle Couple: Barry Jackson and Teri Dactyl were intended to be such. It did not work quite as originally planned due to their love story being rushed.
- Cold Sniper: Barry Jackson can also come across as one at times, at least whenever he's actually sniping.
- Expy: Of Private Daniel Jackson.
- Friendly Sniper: He's quite a likeable guy... just don't give him any reason to target you.
- Ironic Nickname: Shotgun is a sniper.
- Pragmatic Hero
- Remember the New Guy?: Barry Jackson's biography mentions that he was present at the battle against the skeleton mummy, although that occurred before he was introduced.
- They Call Him "Sword": Subverted. He's not particularly renowned for using shotguns. It's just that the name "Sniper" was already taken by Brixton Hale.
Standard Agent Snake
A hardened and rather uncaring criminal who was offered a pardon in exchange for his services to the team.
- Anti-Hero: Snake is around a type V
- Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: Snake's criminal record includes Bank robbery, murder, arson, carjacking, mugging, multiple accounts of physical assault including several on officers of the law, smuggling, and selling pirated DVDs.
- Boxed Crook
- Cigar Chomper
- Expy: Of Snake Plissken.
- Eyepatch of Power
- Nominal Hero: Really, the fact that he was being forced into the Dino Attack Team was the only thing that made Snake even remotely a "good guy".
- Not in This for Your Revolution
- Only Known by Their Nickname
- Psycho for Hire: Looking at his criminal record, plus the fact that he beat up one of his fellow Dino Attack agents, Dino Attack Team must have been pretty desperate if they wanted to make this guy a Boxed Crook.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Snake decided that his promised pardon didn't matter (seeing as he has no intention of reforming, the pardon wouldn't last long, as he'd soon be giving the police other reasons to start hunting him again), so he and Trigger both decided to ditch the team and make a run for it (and then Snake went and ditched Trigger in an attempt to get away).
- Sir Swears-a-Lot
- Smoking Is Cool
- Wrong Genre Savvy: Snake seems to believe he's in a Crapsack World along the lines of Escape from New York.
Standard Agent Brixton "Sniper" Hale
A Great White Hunter hailing from Australia, Brixton Hale joined Dino Attack Team to defend headquarters and outposts from Mutant Dino invaders. He was assigned to Second Headquarters Squad.
- Awesome Aussie
- Boom, Headshot!: His preferred method of attacking.
- Cold Sniper: Along with Spy, Sniper is the darkest, most solemn, and most antisocial member of Second Headquarters Squad, which otherwise consists of Large Hams.
- Cool Shades
- Expy: Of Mr. Mundy.
- Great White Hunter: Especially before the Dino Attack, since this was his profession.
- Killed Off for Real
- Machete Mayhem
- Mauve Shirt: Sniper was initially introduced as a Red Shirt, but was allowed to receive more growth and development than originally intended, promoting him to Mauve Shirt, of the "more likely to be Killed Off for Real" variety.
- Meaningful Name: He's a sniper.
- Punny Name: His name is a play on Saxton Hale.
- Remember the New Guy?: Rex recognized Sniper from the LEGO Island mission, even though he was not introduced until after the mission ended.
Standard Agent Sgt. Ronald "Soldier" E. Army
A Blood Knight and Drill Sergeant Nasty who thought he was promoted to General Ripper after a sarcastic remark by the president, Sgt. Ronald E. Army joined Dino Attack Team and demanded to be promoted to Elite Agent, only to be told that he was "just a soldier" in the Dino Attack Team. He was assigned to Second Headquarters Squad and became the squad's self-proclaimed leader.
- Berserk Button: If you want to call Sergeant Ronald E. Army "Soldier", never do so while he is in earshot.
- Blood Knight
- Colonel Kilgore: To some extent.
- Drill Sergeant Nasty: Especially in light of the revelation that he's actually a sergeant, not a general.
- Embarrassing Nickname: "Soldier" is actually an insult to Army's status as a sergeant.
- Expy: Not only is he an Expy of Jane Doe, but he also draws heavily from many other over-the-top military roles, such as the Drill Sergeant from Monty Python's The Meaning of Life, the Colonel from Conker's Bad Fur Day, and Gunnery Sergeant Hartman from Full Metal Jacket.
- Fire-Forged Friends: With Demoman.
- General Ripper: Ronald E. Army used to be one of these (or so he thought).
- Ironic Nickname: Soldier is a sergeant.
- Killed Off for Real
- Large Ham
- Mauve Shirt: Soldier was initially introduced as a Red Shirt, but was allowed to receive more growth and development than originally intended, promoting him to Mauve Shirt, of the "more likely to be Killed Off for Real" variety.
- Mysterious Middle Initial
- Named After Somebody Famous: Named after R. Lee Ermey.
- Named by Democracy: Unfortunately for Army, so many people called him "Soldier" that the nickname stuck.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: He might not be a general like he thought he was, but his rank as Sergeant still means that you probably shouldn't mess with him.
- The Neidermeyer
- No Celebrities Were Harmed: Takes quite a bit of inspiration from R. Lee Ermey, right down to his name.
- No Indoor Voice: Lampshaded by Engineer.
- Pitiful Worms: His personal favorite insult is "maggot".
- Psycho for Hire
- Punny Name: "Ronald E. Army" is a play on "R. Lee Ermey".
- Sarcasm-Blind: Ronald E. Army was never actually a general, but truly thought that he was promoted to that rank after a sarcastic statement by the LEGOLAND president.
- Sergeant Rock
- Straw Character: Soldier appears to be racist and sexist, occasionally aiming insults at foreigners and women. Given that he is depicted as comically inept, his moments of racism and sexism are not intended to be taken seriously, especially since they result in Soldier getting hurt by whomever he happens to be insulting (usually Maria).
Standard Agent Spencer "Spino" Portman
- Dropped a Bridge on Him
- Expy: While enslaved by Dr. Inferno, Spino was an Expy of Duskmon from Digimon Frontier.
- FaceHeel Turn: Against his will, as he was enslaved by Dr. Inferno.
- Fallen Hero: He eventually managed to get back up, though.
- Killed Off for Real
Standard Agent Jim "Spy" Covalent
A Stealth Expert who used to work for Alpha Team, Jim Covalent was assigned to Dino Attack Team's Second Headquarters Squad to infiltrate XERRD's bases and collect intelligence on the enemy.
- Back Stab: His preferred method of dealing with the enemy.
- Badass in a Nice Suit: Even while being a chillingly effective Professional Killer, Spy forgoes the standard Dino Attack uniform in favor of a fancy suit.
- Consummate Professional
- Dissonant Serenity: His offhanded comment about needing a new suit after a Hybrid got blood on it.
- Expy: Of the Spy from Team Fortress 2.
- The Faceless: Spy always wears a mask in public, even getting married to Mrs. Rutherford.
- Funetik Aksent: A very light one.
- Good Smoking, Evil Smoking: Spy lights up a cigarette from time to time. He gets away with it because he's French and badass.
- I Need a Freaking Drink: After having some problems of his own and finding out that two of his teammates were killed, Spy really needed a cigarette to clear his head so he could figure out the identity of the killer.
- Just a Stupid Accent: Despite his light Funetik Aksent and his use of "mademoiselle", Spy isn't seen speaking any languages other than English.
- Killed Off for Real
- Knife Nut
- Ladykiller in Love: Spy, the typical James Bond-esque spy, genuinely fell in love with Helen Rutherford.
- Luke, I Am Your Father: Spy turned out to be Mrs. Rutherford's husband and Scout's father.
- Major Injury Underreaction: Not in Dino Attack RPG, but in Alpha Team RPG: Ogel's Last Stand, Spy tried to shake off the fact that he had been shot in the stomach.
- Malevolent Masked Men: Wears a cowl.
- Master of Disguise: His briefcase is full of disguises, ranging from Evil Ogel to Pyro.
- Maurice Chevalier Accent: Spy speaks with a stereotypical French accent, with his dialogue spelling "the" as "ze" and the occasional gratuitous French word thrown in.
- Mauve Shirt: Spy was initially introduced as a Red Shirt, but was allowed to receive more growth and development than originally intended, promoting him to Mauve Shirt, of the "more likely to be Killed Off for Real" variety.
- Meaningful Name: He's a spy.
- Mysterious Past: Aside from his marriage to Helen Rutherford, nothing is known about Spy's life prior to joining Alpha Team.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: It's possible, though unconfirmed, that "Jim Covalent" is not his real name.
- Only Sane Man: When compared to the rest of the Second Headquarters Squad.
- Personal Effects Reveal: Rex, Frozeen, and Amanda looked through Spy's briefcase after he died, discovering a love letter addressed to Helen Rutherford.
- The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: We don't get to see much of Spy being, well, a spy in Dino Attack RPG.
- Pragmatic Hero
- Professional Killer: Used to work with Alpha Team as an assassin before being assigned to Dino Attack Team.
- Punny Name: "Jim" is short for James, and "covalent" is a type of molecular bond. Put them together, and you get James Bond.
- Red Herring Mole: There was quite a bit of evidence to support the likelihood of Spy being XERRD's Mole, such as the fact that he was one of the most secretive members of Second Headquarters Squad. However, anyone who thought he was the Mole was proven wrong when he was shot in the face and killed... unless, of course, you were counting on him happening to have a Dead Ringer on him at the time.
- Smoking Is Cool: One of the rare examples of this trope in Dino Attack RPG.
- Stealth Expert
- The Stoic: Always acts calm, collected, and composed.
- That Makes Me Feel Angry: In one of his journal entries, Spy included a tacked-on note saying that he was "most displeased" that his favorite blazer had blood on it.
- Tuxedo and Martini
- Wholesome Crossdresser: There was a dress in Spy's briefcase...
Standard Agent Stealth
- The Beast Master: Stealth had a small pack of trained Mutant Dinos at her beck and call while on Vikings Isle.
- Half-Human Hybrid: Stealth's mutation was only partially cured at first, leaving her in this state for a period of time. She was later fully cured, but after mutating herself again, she may be a hybrid again (assuming she isn't a full mutant now).
- HeelFace Revolving Door: She started off as an unambiguously good Dino Attack agent, and then she was turned into a vicious mutant by the Shadows, and then she was partially cured and wanted to help Dino Attack Team, but then she went mad and became a villain, but fortunately Databoard helped her remember her identity and she was cured, but then she mutated herself again and ran off on her own.
- Meaningful Name: Stealth's codename reflects her skills as a Stealth Expert (but not her Mutant Lizard ability).
- The Mind Is a Plaything of the Body: Her personality and allegiance fluctuates based upon whether she is human or mutant.
- Non-Indicative Name: Stealth was partially mutated into a Mutant Lizard by the Shadows. However, while there are Mutant Lizard breeds with powers of super stealth, her power was acid-spitting.
- The Not-Love Interest: Stealth is the only major female character in Chronicler of Ko-Koro's writings, and she is one that Databoard is willing to drop everything to save at any cost on multiple occasions. You'd expect that she would be Databoard's love interest, right? However, their relationship appears to be entirely platonic, since neither has explicitly expressed romantic feelings for the other.
- Speaks Fluent Animal: As a result of her mutation. Even after being cured, she could still understand the mutants' language.
- Stealth Expert: Stealth received her name (both in-universe and out-of-universe) due to being skilled at stealth.
Standard Agent Stranger
- The Beast Master: Stranger teamed up with a Mutant Lizard on Adventurers' Island, who fought alongside him in battle.
- Characterization Marches On: Stranger was going to be more of a tough, no-nonsense kind of hunter person (not unlike Titan, who in retrospect seems more like a Suspiciously Similar Substitute), but his snide remarks about the ludicrousness of the situations he found himself in came to define his more humorous Lampshade Hanging attitude.
- Deadpan Snarker
- The Lancer
- Only Known by Their Nickname
- Pragmatic Hero
Standard Agent Windows
The radio operator at Outpost 4 on Adventurers' Island.
Standard Agent Lucy Wright
- Last-Name Basis
- Official Couple: With Shiller.
- One True Love: Stayed with Shiller during the Final Battle after he was mortally wounded, even as the doctors were resorting to sealing themselves into the hospital.
Standard Agent Zelda Frodongan
- Action Girl
- Ascended Extra
- Dark Chick: As a Stromling.
- Dual Wielding: Carries two gray katanas and later uses Nazareno's swords.
- Did Not Get the Girl
- Locked into Strangeness: Gained a purple streak in her hair after being cured of the Maelstrom.
- Multicolored Hair: Zelda Frodongan had a red (later purple) streak running through her black hair.
- Remember the New Guy?: Zelda Frodongan is described as having participated in the Goo Caverns, LEGO Island, and Antarctica missions despite Brikman McStudz not joining the RPG until the Adventurers' Island story arc.
- Tomboy Ponytail
Rookie Agent Dr. Marco Martinet
- Badass Mustache: Thanks to his inspiration.
- Combat Medic: Martinet, along with Zenna and Medic, is one of the only doctors who is also a Dino Attack agent, and battles Mutant Dinos while healing his patients.
- Dressed to Heal
- Expy: Of Super Mario.
- Labcoat of Science and Medicine: Marco Martinet wears a labcoat in lieu of a Dino Attack uniform, showing his status as a medical doctor.
- Named After Somebody Famous: Named after Charles Martinet.
Rookie Agent James MacGregorA young recruit stationed on Adventurers' Island who formed a brief friendship with Kate Bishop.
- Naïve Newcomer
- Nice Guy: Especially established by his friendly conversations with Kate.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: He disappeared after a hoard of mutant dinosaurs destroyed the camp and was never seen again. It is possible that this was either due to him running away, getting lost, and not managing to get back with the team (or at least ended up somewhere other than Outpost 4 with the rest of the main characters) or, possibly more likely, he was killed in the rampage.
Rookie Agent Kara Wise
- Ace Pilot
- Action Girl
- Tuckerization: Kara Wise seems to be based on and named after a friend of avmatoran.
Rookie Agent Kate Bishop
A teenager with a somewhat troubled background. Having been born to a single mother because of an affair in a hospital whose brother was institutionalized soon after, Kate lived a hard life while her mother ran into massive financial troubles due to debts her brother owed. She later joined the team hoping to make something of her life, only to quickly end up in over her head in a conflict where she does not belong.
- Affirmative Action Girl: Kate Bishop was introduced solely because Atton Rand noticed that all of his characters, sans Zenna and Elizabeth, were male.
- Audience Surrogate: Kate Bishop more or less acts like anyone who had been sent on their first mission to a tropical island inhabited by mutant dinos probably would.
- Belated Backstory: Kate was initially built up as something of a resourceful young girl with McGyvering skills and the potential to become an action girl. She turned into a much more insecure and sympathetic character once Atton Rand started hinting at her troubled childhood.
- Break the Cutie: Somewhat.
- Broke Your Arm Punching Out Cthulhu: She did manage to defeat the Darkitect on Adventurers' Island and to help banish him from the planet in LEGO City, but she ended up being severely traumatized by both experiences and nearly died from a drug overdose.
- Broken Tears: Her defining characteristic, starting with her being locked in Wallace Bishop's office in the XERRD Fortress.
- Characterization Marches On: Kate was initially set up as something of a rookie with the potential to become an Action Girl before evolving into a more deconstructive portrayal of a teenager who joined the team never really knowing what she was getting into.
- Child Soldiers: She was treated as one at first, though it got better later.
- Cry into Chest: Both Pierce and her mother's.
- The Cutie
- Does Not Like Spam / It Runs in the Family: Just like her mother, Kate can't stand the taste of Brickolinis' pizza.
- First-Name Basis
- Florence Nightingale Effect: How she was conceived.
- Friendless Background: Kate never really had any close friends in her childhood. Even in the present she shows signs of social akwardness and discomfort speaking to others. It only got worse after the war.
- Heroic BSoD: Kate had one for a while but recovered enough to help in the final battle. However, the aftereffects of said Heroic BSOD include PTSD.
- Human Shield: Kate Bishop became Walter Breen's Human Shield as part of his Hostage Situation.
- I Just Want to Have Friends: As a child, Kate never really had any close friends aside from her mother. She still has trouble getting along with the rest of the team, although she has recently started to form a bond with Pierce.
- It Runs in the Family: Both Kate and Sarah Bishop are disgusted by the taste of Brickolini's pizza.
- Legacy Character: Kate Bishop is the granddaughter of Roy Bishop, a World War I pilot Atton Rand created as a major NPC character in TakunuvaC01's second Johnny Thunder RPG.
- The Load: Later in the RPG Kate really did not do much except cry and be a Designated Victim. She eventually got better, literally at the last minute.
- Naïve Newcomer
- Nervous Wreck
- New Meat
- Shell-Shocked Veteran: The horrors of war left Kate Bishop in a state where she must seek counseling and psychiatric sessions to help cope with her PTSD.
- Tender Tears: Kate shed a few after being locked in an office by Dr. Bishop and later after witnessing the accidental murder of a group of Dino Attack Agents disguised as XERRD personell.
Rookie Agent Bob "Scout" Rutherford
- Army Scout: He went on reconnaissance missions with the military and Dino Attack Team.
- Badass BoastScout: Dude, don't worry - we'll totally own those Hybrids! Oh, yeah! I'll be like a force o' nature against them!
- Brooklyn Rage: Well, at the very least, it's Bricklynn Rage.
- Deadpan Snarker: Always quick to make snarky comments about his enemies and teammates alike.
- Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: Even if he's embarrassed to show it in front of his teammates, Scout kept in touch with his mother during the war so he could let her know that he was doing fine.
- Expy: Of the Scout from Team Fortress 2.
- Fragile Speedster: Athletically, Scout is one of the fastest and most agile members of Dino Attack Team. When it comes to actual fighting, however, he's not so strong and has to rely on Hit-and-Run Tactics. Unlike other members of the Second Headquarters Squad, he couldn't even put up a fight in a one-on-one confrontation with The Mole, instead crying for help before being very quickly killed.
- Killed Offscreen: Nobody saw it because Soldier and Heavy were too busy arguing.
- Mauve Shirt: Scout was initially introduced as a Red Shirt, but was allowed to receive more growth and development than originally intended, promoting him to Mauve Shirt, of the "more likely to be Killed Off for Real" variety.
- Meaningful Name: He's an Army Scout.
- Motor Mouth: Talks a lot and talks very quickly.
- Named After Somebody Famous: Named after Babe Ruth.
- Papa Wolf: Inverted. Scout was eager to get revenge on Soldier after he killed Spy.
- Punny Name: "Bob Rutherford" is a play on "Babe Ruth".
- Red Herring Mole: Scout made a very suspicious and shady phone call when he was alone, reporting on the Second Headquarters Squad's activities. Turns out he was just calling his mom.
- Remember the New Guy?: Rex recognized Scout from the LEGO Island mission, even though he was not introduced until after the mission ended.
- Small Name, Big Ego
Rookie Agent Jason "Tracer" Helmutson
- Given Name Reveal: A very tragic example, wherein his name was revealed to be Jason Helmutson, thus confirming that Bartholomew Helmutson's son was dead and preventing a happy reunion.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Tracer allowed his entire Creative Spark to be used as Maelstrom antidote after having been fatally shot by Zelda Frodongan.
- Killed Off for Real
- Pragmatic Hero
- Trigger Happy
Dino Attack Personnel
Dr. Alan Pierce
The head of the Dino Attack Team's medical departmentnote , a former doctor from LEGO City. Also Kate's biological father
- Audience Surrogate: Pierce's perspective on the issues at hand were often reflective of the players themselves.
- Ascended Extra: He first appeared as one of the doctors treating Zenna after she took some unpleasant injuries and Atton simply gave him and his partners a name to refer to other than "The Doctor" and "The other Doctor" (borrowing the names of Pierce and Honeycut from Mash). He then started accompanying Zenna after she'd recovered and went on to become the unofficial head of the team's medical department.
- Berserk Button: Not quite as extreme as his ex-girlfriend and later wife Sarah Bishop, but messing with Kate is a good way to get on his bad side.
- Breakout Character: Pierce went from being a random extra to becoming the face of all things medical in the RPG.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Rotor's decision to send Kate alone into the XERRD Fortress didn't exactly go over well with Pierce and Wade.
- Characterization Marches On: Pierce was originally considered as a love interest for Zenna before his backstory with Kate made Sarah Bishop into his love interest.
- Cloudcuckoolander's Minder: Given what happens to his wife and daughter, Pierce probably finds himself in this role.
- Expy: Of Hawkeye Pierce.
- The Heart
- Ideal Hero
- Labcoat of Science and Medicine: Alan Pierce wears a labcoat, showing his status as a medical doctor.
- Luke, I Am Your Father: Was revealed to be Kate Bishop's father.
- Foil: Pierce's level-headed and professional attitude is a sharp contrast to the more outlandish depictions of Enter and Return.
- The Medic
- Named After Somebody Famous: After Alan Alda.
- Nice Guy
- Only Sane Man: After the war ended, with Kate severely traumatized and Sarah riddled with guilt, Pierce was really the only one in the family who could still somewhat function in society.
- Papa Wolf: Pierce might be a good-natured doctor whose main focus is on healing, but you lay one hand on Kate and you're in for a world of pain. For example, Pierce punched Rotor in the face just for sending Kate alone into an enemy fortress filled with toxic gas.
- Parental Substitute: Pierce managed to become a father figure towards Kate, growing particularly close as a result of her difficulties in meeting the team's expectations. This made for an especially painful moment when the camp on Adventurers' Island was overrun by mutant dinosaurs, and the tent was destroyed. Kate and Hertz both proved to be determined to recover a loved one from the ruins, and he noted how desperate she was to save Pierce. Ironically subverted when it turned out Pierce actually was her biological father.
- Wrong Genre Savvy: As shown by his attempt to sedate a recovering Holly Vinyaya in the Final Battle, Pierce clearly thought he was in a story where Reality Ensues, not realizing that Vinyaya could survive this story because she was wearing Plot Armor.
Dr. Nicholas SaranA former police officer who pursued psychology after losing his leg, Saran is the primary psychiatrist within the team.
Dr. Richard Copper
- Cool Old Guy
- Expy: Of Copper.
- Labcoat of Science and Medicine: Richard Copper wears a labcoat, showing his status as a medical doctor.
- The Medic
- Named After Somebody Famous: Named after Richard Dysart.
Dr. Gates Crusher
- Hospital Hottie: Not neccessarily sexy or stripperific, but she isn't too bad looking for her profession.
- Hot Scientist: When she wasn't treating other people's injuries she was in charge of finding antidotes to the toxins in the XERRD fortress and later assisted in the efforts to re-synthesize J.D.'s cure to the Maelstrom.
- Labcoat of Science and Medicine: Gates Crusher wears a labcoat, showing her status as a medical doctor.
- The Medic
- Named After Somebody Famous: Named after Gates McFadden.
- Who Names Their Kid "Dude"?: Gates Crusher seems like a pretty strange name, made all the more bizarre by the fact that her first name was taken from a real-life actress.
Dr. Giovanni Wade
- Beware the Nice Ones: Rotor's decision to send Kate alone into the XERRD Fortress didn't exactly go over well with Pierce and Wade.
- Expy: Of Irwin Wade. Ironically, Wade himself resorted to performing a Mercy Kill on J.D. by way of morphine overdose after the latter had suffered a severe gunshot wound, not a whole lot different from what happened to his namesake
- Named After Somebody Famous: Named after Giovanni Ribisi.
- To Be Lawful or Good: Wade during the aftermath of J.D.'s assassination. One the one hand, he could try to stabilize him, possibly getting some useful information but only delaying his inevitable death and most likely causing him a lot pain. On the other, he could let him die quickly and with a minimum of pain, but realizes that killing him also goes against his own personal morals as well as being the opposite of what he as a medic is responsible for doing.
Dr. Noomi Shaw
A rather shy and mentally insecure semi-religious young doctor. While a capable surgeon, the stress of the war has reduced her into a panicked state of mind in which she desperately tries to find comfort in spirituality.
- Closest Thing We Got: When Pierce decided to marry Sarah Bishop, the closest thing they had to an actual minister was Shaw, a shy, semi-religious young doctor. Not exactly the best choice but it was either her or Pharisee.
- Expy Started off as an expy of Elizabeth Shaw before going in some very different directions.
- Foil: Shaw's insecure but compassionate nature is a sharp contrast to the much more vicious Pharisee. Both try to find meaning in religion but where Shaw uses it as a source of comfort in desperate times Pharisee uses it to justify acts of violence. Additionally Shaw is depicted as being incredibly unstable mentally, easily prone to mental breakdowns, also somewhat embarassed by her spirituality, often trying to keep it to herself- Pharisee is much more outspoken about his faith (though granted both are capable of doing their jobs- although Shaw manages to save a few lives while Pharisee's campaign gets several people killed and another man critically injured).
- The Fundamentalist: Averted. The religious aspects of her character were deliberately written to avoid falling into this.
- Good Shepherd
- Labcoat of Science and Medicine: Noomi Shaw wears a labcoat, showing her status as a medical doctor.
- The Medic: Despite being insecure and mentally unstable, Shaw is in fact a very capable surgeon, even if she feels the need to say a prayer while trying to contain internal bleeding.
- Named After Somebody Famous: Named after Noomi Rapace.
- Nice Guy: Shaw even tried to comfort Pharisee in the end, though whether she succeeded isn't clear.
- Prayer Is a Last Resort: Whenever she isn't saving someone's life she's usually desperately praying or trying to use faith as a means of comfort for others.
- Preacher Man: The second-closest person to being an actual preacher (after Pharisee). She wears a cross and tries to use her faith to provide comfort both for herself and for those around her. She even got to "marry" Pierce and Sarah Bishop eventually.
- Token Religious Teammate
- Cloudcuckoolander's Minder: He is personally responsible for supervising the operations of Enter and Return.
- Labcoat of Science and Medicine: Dr. Clickitt wears a labcoat, showing his status as a medical doctor.
- The Medic
- Only One Name
- Saved by Canon: Could not be killed for this reason.
- Worst Aid: Played for laughs. While Clickitt himself is an okay doctor, the fact that he encourages Enter and Return's methods puts him in a low standing with other doctors. This was parodied briefly in the LEGO Island party when Shaw, trying to prove that she was a doctor, showed Clickitt her medical liscense, only for him to casually admit to have no idea what it is.
Enter & Return
Identical twin paramedics from LEGO Island infamous among medical circles for their questionable methods, most of which involve sharks, trees, or other absurd implements.
- Always Identical Twins
- Character Exaggeration: Especially in Atton Rand and imperial officer's posts, Enter and Return have been exaggerated to the point that the only jokes they are capable of are variations of their "stretcher, megaphone, shark, tree, umbrella, and mailbox" sketch. In some other peoples' posts, their humor extends a little farther (for example, in one of PeabodySam's posts, they were arguing about the color of their shirts), but for the most part, we only hear jokes about bringing a shark.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander
- Labcoat of Science and Medicine: Enter and Return wear labcoats, showing their status as paramedics.
- The Medic
- Only One Name
- Plucky Comic Relief
- Saved by Canon: Could not be killed for this reason.
- Those Two Guys
- Worst Aid: To the point where they are widely looked down upon from every other doctor on the planet except Dr. Clickitt and Dr. Go. Subverted in that their methods do work.
The process was something she could not describe, but it involved a megaphone, a pineapple, a DVD copy of The Hurt Locker, a basketball, two lumps of sugar, a steering wheel, a baseball bat, a film camera, a mailbox, a pine tree, a shrubbery, a herring, 16 tons of TNT, a frying pan, a model train, a bicycle wheel, a single dollar, a map of LEGO Island, a book on aeronautics, a toy car, a lunchbox, a suitcase, a spoonful of honey, a banana, a pointed stick, a fedora, running into each other and then arguing over whose clothes were whose, a sandwich, a copy of the complete works of H. P. Lovecraft, a bag of nitroglycerin, a rolled up magazine, a few raspberries, a chicken leg, a turkey dinner, another bush, a brick, a can of soda, a wafer-thin mint, a slip of paper, and a jolly roger.
- Taken Up to Eleven during Enter and Return's operation on Hertz's hearing, during which we were only given the Noodle Implements:
- Wrong Genre Savvy: Enter and Return think that Dino Attack RPG is meant to be just as zany as LEGO Island when it actually is considerably more down-to-Earth, resulting in them constantly being dismissed by some of the RPG's more realistic doctors. Then again, considering that their methods still work even in Dino Attack RPG's more realistic setting, perhaps they're not as Wrong Genre Savvy as they appear.
- Your Answer to Everything: If there is any sort of problem, you can guarantee Enter and Return will try to find a way to implement sharks, trees, and umbrellas.
Nurse Naomi Carver
- The Bus Came Back: After the end of the war.
- The Chick
- The Ditz: Her character at first but eventually subverted. She turned out to be surprisingly competent and intelligent.
- Ditzy Genius: Naomi Carver was originally introduced as The Ditz, and indeed this was Hertz's first impression of her. Later, however, Hertz commented on Naomi's intelligence.
- Dropped a Bridge on Him: [[spoiler:In the Dino 2012 teaser.
- Hospital Hottie
- Killed Off for Real: In the Dino 2012 teaser.
- The Medic
- Put on a Bus: Near the end of the Final Battle, Naomi was safely teleported to Antarctica, which effectively removed her from the remainder of the battle.
- Sexy Soaked Shirt: Naomi has a sexy soaked scrubs scene when she steps under the hole in the roof into the waterfall of rain above the teleportation pad.
- Sudden Sequel Death Syndrome: After everything that went on with her and Hertz in Dino Attack RPG, she didn't even get through the teaser for Dino 2012.
Dr. John Michael "J.D." Dorian
- Killed Off for Real
- The Medic
- Mercy Kill: His ultimate fate to being fatally wounded and overdosed on morphine... ironically by Dr. Wade.
- Personal Effects Reveal: Pierce and Wade went through J.D.'s few belongings after he died, although mainly with the intention to find any trace of his research, and Wade found several letters from J.D. which he hopes to send eventually.
- Sacrificial Lamb: He was killed off shortly after being introduced.
- Shoot the Medic First: Stromling Zachary made an explicit point of killing J.D., though it wasn't so much because he was a medic as it was because he was worried about him finding a cure to the Maelstrom.
Doctor Naomi Hale
Dr. Frank Einstein / "Wallace Bishop"
A brilliant and world-renowned scientist who was hired by Dino Attack Team to study the Mutant Dinos. He has also adopted the identity of "Wallace Bishop", and works as a Reverse Mole for Dino Attack Team, infiltrating XERRD as a Deep Cover Agent.
- Ascended Extra: Einstein was originally introduced as just a generic doctor working in the hospital wing.
- Characterization Marches On: According to Word of God, Frank Einstein was originally envisioned as a Mad Scientist. While he obviously remained a scientist, the "mad" aspect was quickly dropped as his character was developed.
- Chekhov's Gunman: Oh, Frank Einstein. Started off as a seemingly-random extra, ascended to an ultimate Deep Cover Agent / Reverse Mole.
- Cool Old Guy: Frank Einstein is in his late seventies.
- Deep Cover Agent: As Wallace Bishop, Frank Einstein was second-in-command of XERRD.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Frank Einstein sacrificed his life so that his Creative Spark could empower the Imagination orb and defeat the Darkitect.
- Einstein Hair: What did you expect?
- Famous Last Words: "You've... grown up... Uncle Wallace would have been... so... proud."
- The Glasses Come Off: Inverted; Frank Einstein's Wham Line came as the result of him putting on the glasses.
- Good All Along: It comes as no surprise that Frank Einstein is a good guy. However, the surprise was when the villainous Wallace Bishop turned out to be Frank Einstein in disguise.
- Herr Doktor
- Informed Judaism: Word of God says that Frank Einstein is Jewish. Given his namesake, this shouldn't be too much of a surprise.
- Killed Offscreen: He was already very weak when he asked Kate to extract his Creative Spark, but still alive. The next time we see them, his Creative Spark has already been extracted, and Einstein is dead.
- Labcoat of Science and Medicine: Frank Einstein wears a labcoat, showing his status as a scientist.
- Master Actor: He pulled off a very convincing Wallace Bishop impersonation for years without ever being suspected.
- Master of Disguise: The ability to make himself look like a completely different person just by shaving his mustache, combing his hair, and putting on glasses certainly helped his disguise.
- Meaningful Name: He's a brilliant scientist.
- Mentor Occupational Hazard
- Minor Major Character: Discounting the Expanded Universe, Frank Einstein only appears in person in a grand total of two scenes. At least, while appearing as himself.
- Mr. Exposition: In Merciful Escape.
- Named After Somebody Famous: Named after Albert Einstein.
- Obi-Wan Moment: As he knew he wouldn't survive the Maelstrom Temple battle, he gave important advice to Kate Bishop and then calmly died with dignity.
- The Professor
- Reverse Mole: Before the Dino Attack, he used to keep tabs on XERRD, keeping Nexus Force informed on their activities. During the Dino Attack, Specs allowed him to continue keeping tabs on XERRD, this time working directly for Dino Attack Team.
- Small Role, Big Impact: Frank Einstein only appeared in a handful of posts over the course of the RPG. Despite this, he plays a huge role in the Dino Attack. He created Pterisa, who played a major role in the Maelstrom Temple battle. It was also Einstien's Creative Spark that cleansed the temple and banished the Maelstrom. Most importantly, Frank Einstein sabotaged Dr. Rex's plans to infiltrate Dino Attack Team and is therefore responsible for everything that Rex has done in the RPG.
- So Proud of You: Frank Einstein to Kate Bishop, to motivate her and give her confidence to stop the Darkitect.
Dr. Joel Fuchs
A biologist specializing in diseases who has been stationed at Outpost 4. He played a vital role in the discovery of a cure to the Maelstrom.
- Closest Thing We Got: Garry's rationale for ordering Fuchs to help in the emergency room.
- Expy: Of the character of the same name from The Thing (1982).
- Named After Somebody Famous: Named after Joel Polis.
- Not That Kind of Doctor: Fuchs was ordered to work in the operating room despite technically being a biologist. Somewhat justified as Garry was simply trying to get the doctors as much help as possible, and Fuchs was the only other person around with a PH.D.
- In a subversion, however, Fuchs never actually performed any surgery himself; the closest he got was vivisecting a then-Stromling Zelda (and even then the only reason it was a vivisection rather than a dissection was because she'd be hard to kill without the Maelstrom healing her).
- The Professor
Mama & Papa Brickolini
Mama and Papa Brickolini are two world-famous pizzeria chefs from LEGO Island who were hired by Dino Attack Team to work in the mess hall.
- Character Exaggeration: In the non-canon scene where Papa Brickolini was arrested by the Nick Brick, the Brickolinis were exaggerated heavily. In the original games, the Brickolinis spoke with a light Italian accent and accidentally freed the Brickster twice (and the second time, they were smart enough to try to prevent it from happening again). In this scene, the Brickolinis' Italian accents were turned Up to Eleven, and the two chefs were depicted as completely oblivious as they incompetently freed the Brickster again and again over the years by constantly sending super-spicy pizzas to the jail, even after what happened the first two times.
- Just a Stupid Accent: They speak with stereotypical Italian accents, especially turned Up to Eleven as a result of Atton Rand's Character Exaggeration.
- Saved by Canon: Could not be killed for this reason.
- Supreme Chef: They were hired by Dino Attack Team with good reason. Everyone considers the Brickolinis' pizza to be the greatest food they've ever tasted.note
The primary secretary of the Dino Attack Team.
- Bus Crash: Zachary and Minerva sent her off-screen to be safely evacuated to Antarctica... but she never made it there, because the next time we see her on-screen, she has been found dead in Dino Attack Headquarters after the explosions caused by Firecracker.
- Killed Off for Real: Although Brikman McStudz went out of his way in an effort to ensure her safety during the final battle, she was killed shortly afterward in a post by that guy from that show.
- Named After Somebody Famous: Named after Betty Williams.