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"Don't worry, I'm not going far away this time. I'll still be here when you're ready... When we're both ready."
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Voiced by: Allison Seils

The last known Infinia alive, Sasha is a kind-hearted and curious woman who shows absolutely no mercy to those who threaten her loved ones. She is inextricably linked to Crafty's past, having saved him from his first suicide attempt then quickly growing to be his first love soon after. Unfortunately, the relationship wouldn't last; Sasha mysteriously disappeared one day, something she's regretted ever since for how deeply it affected Crafty. After "The Foreshadow Game," however, Sasha works up the courage to try and reconcile with him. Progress has been slow, but steady; she's imparted her essence onto Crafty, allowing some part of her to always watch over and protect him and his crew. However, that's all she's willing to do for now...

  • Adorable Abomination: For a sea creature deity, there are times where she can be surprisingly cute.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her human clothing includes a crop top that shows her stomach.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: She may be kind and loving, but she will stop at nothing to defeat you if you threaten Crafty's life. Bill Cipher learned this the hard way.
  • Big Good: "We’re Back! A Crafty Story" firmly cements Sasha as the show's biggest force of good. Among other things, she has vast knowledge regarding Infinian technology, gods, and the history of the time before the present-day universe. She also created the very universe she resides in, and she seeks to protect it however she can. She's also accidentally responsible for arming Crafty with his Infinium Heart, giving him a fighting chance against Mindstein, with or without Class 1-A's help.
  • Blue Is Heroic: No matter what form she takes, Sasha always has light blue skin, which is supplemented by deep blue hair in her human disguise. She's also a benevolent goddess who wants to ensure peace on Earth.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: Due to how long she's been away from Crafty, she couldn't bring herself to see him again in person. She could only bring herself to deliver a letter before leaving the castle. And when Crafty arrives at Disgustilda's house to ready a battle plan with UA High-Class 1-A, Sasha spent her time hiding in the closet until he left, which disappoints Disgustilda.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: She's made several cameos across Seasons One and Two before appearing more regularly.
  • Chekhov's Skill: Her ability to play Duel Monsters was established so she could eventually battle Ring Nurse in the Shadow Realm.
  • Cute Little Fangs: Whenever her mouth does appear in her base form, it's shown to be full of sharp teeth. But thanks to her personality, it's more adorable than disturbing. Played straighter in her human form, with a pair of tiny fangs visible when she speaks.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Despite her somewhat frightening appearance, she's not malicious at all.
  • Despair Event Horizon: She hits this hard after almost being killed by Ring Nurse, worrying that Crafty and the others would be trapped in the Shadow Realm forever. Fortunately, Crafty helps her recover by facing Bakura himself.
  • The Dreaded: If even Bill Cipher is afraid of her, you just know Sasha qualifies for this trope. Not to mention she also wields a sword that can make a god Deader Than Dead, so that helps too.
  • Endearingly Dorky: Her first bit of awkward laughter, as shown in “The Legend of Lonk,” is what endeared her to Crafty and cemented their short-lived relationship.
  • Eyes Do Not Belong There: She has eyes all over her body which she can summon at will.
  • Fashion Model: According to Crystelle, Sasha once dabbled in a modeling career when she was younger, but later decided that she was more comfortable behind the camera instead of in front of it.
  • First-Name Basis: She mainly calls Crafty by his real name, Colin.
  • A Form You Are Comfortable With: The first time she donned her human guise was to make herself more presentable to Crafty's parents.
  • Humanoid Abomination: She's an Infinia, a species of elder gods that have existed since the dawn of time, and creator of relics that can revive, torture, and destroy other gods. While she's the last living of the Infinia, their influence is quite noteworthy amongst other deities.
  • Instant Expert: Her time spent with Crafty allowed her to become an expert at playing Yu-Gi-Oh!. Good thing too — given the events that happen in "The Foreshadow Game," the Crafty Crew would've been boned without her help...
  • Last of Her Kind: Bill believes that the Infinia was totally wiped out before he found her.
  • Laugh of Love: This was the first time she ever experienced laughter, and it, combined with a Luminescent Blush, cemented the moment she fell in love with Crafty.
  • Lazy Alias: Her human persona's surname is "Infinia," which is just what her species is called. However, she gets away with it for the most part, since the Infinian race is incredibly arcane in-universe. The general public would simply write Sasha's alias off as just another name. This is confirmed by the news channel reporting Sasha's disappearance in "LoveCrafty," where her surname never comes into question.
  • The Maker: "Questions and Answers" reveals that, after the Big Bang, Sasha prepared the Crafty universe for life anew. When she was finished, she went dormant deep beneath Earth's oceans for several millennia as everything progressed as expected. In the present-day, a young Crafty plummeting into the sea stirred her awake, and she hasn’t returned to such a slumber since.
  • Morphic Resonance: The reference sheet states that her skin will constantly be blue regardless of whatever form she turns into.
  • My Greatest Failure: Leaving Crafty is something she has never forgiven herself for. The exact reasons for her departure — and its effects on both her and Crafty — are elaborated upon across Season 3, starting with "Crafty Hearts Re:Grouped." In that episode's dream sequence, Sasha explained that she noticed Crafty's depression worsening again, much like when they first met. This time, despite the opportunity in front of her, she felt she lacked the understanding to truly help. Thinking she had no options left, Sasha fled as far as she could. In hindsight, she realizes she exacerbated the problem instead; she regrets breaking Crafty's heart to this day. Later episodes imply there was more to her departure than this reason, and the answers for why lie in the letter she delivered to Crafty in "LoveCrafty."
  • My Significance Sense Is Tingling: She was able to detect something terrible happened to Crafty the moment he was pulled into the Shadow Realm.
  • Nice Girl: She's soft-spoken, friendly, and spends her free time trying to help others in need.
  • No Mouth: Zig-Zagged. Her default form has a mouth that appears occasionally, she has one in her human form, and lacks one when she's in control of Crafty's body.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: Perhaps to emphasize her divinity, Sasha is frequently drawn with two full sets of fingers, whereas everyone else has Four-Fingered Hands.
  • Old Flame: To Dr. Crafty. Despite them being separated for fifteen years, she still has romantic feelings for him.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: "Sasha" is a nickname she made up after meeting Crafty's parents. According to her, humans would have to add 400,000 more letters to the alphabet to spell her real name.
  • Perky Goth: She has a goth fashion in her human form, but she's usually very polite and cheerful.
  • Prehensile Hair: Her hair is prehensile and can be whatever length or style she wants.
  • Physical God: She's been described as a goddess by Crafty, and she certainly has the power to back it up.
  • Psychic Block Defense: She's the reason why Bill Cipher cannot get into Crafty's head. He eventually managed to get through her defenses... because she let him get through so she can kill him herself.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair goes down to her feet in both her real form and her human form.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Appropriately for an eldritch monster, she's been alive for thousands of years.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She's about 7 and a half feet tall, and nice-looking by the standards of an eldritch being.
  • Symbiotic Possession: Unlike the Millennium Ring's more hostile possession of people, Sasha possessed Crafty's body with the intention of getting him out of danger. And after that, her possession remains in Crafty's mind to protect him from other gods and monsters who threaten to hurt him.
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: Crafty's height of over 6 feet is by no means tiny, but he's still a foot shorter than Sasha.
  • Visual Pun: She's Crafty's love interest and she's an eldritch being. She's Love-Crafty-an.
  • Vocal Evolution: An in-universe example of the trope. In her younger years shared with Crafty, Sasha speaks in a somewhat stilted manner, as if she's not used to speaking in human languages. Years later, she's able to speak more naturally, even developing a vast emotional range.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifter: She's able to take on a more human appearance, albeit with Pointy Ears and blue skin.
  • Wealthy Philanthropist: After breaking up with Crafty, she became a director in Hollywood. Her career involved teaching guest lectures in college, donating to charity events, and participating in volunteer work.
  • What Is This Feeling?: Despite living for several millennia, her time spent with Crafty made her experience things she hasn't before, including happiness, sadness, and of course, love.
  • You Cannot Grasp the True Form: According to her reference sheet, the forms we see her in are the only one human eyes can bear. Her true form hasn't been seen yet, but it's hinted to be something otherworldly.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Her human form has dark blue hair.

    Crafty's Parents 

Howard and Vinny Crafterson
Howard: "Ahhhhhh... Colin's first friend."
(Vinny busts out laughing in glee.)
Vinny: "... Oh-hohoho... You need to get those glasses checked, cuz you're utterly blind!"
Howard Voiced by: D. Tyler Fultz
Vinny Voiced by: Kim Gasiciel

A duo of retired musicians, Howard and Vinny have been the most constant supportive presence in Crafty's life. They first appear in "This is Crack(ship)" during a flashback, where they happily take in Sasha when Crafty returns home with her. who were first seen on the show after he invited Sasha to live with them. According to "ENDGAME SPOILERS," the Craftersons always keep in touch after each episode. While they're a bit concerned about the antics that Crafty gets up to, they just as supportive of the show as they are for Crafty himself.

  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: In the flashback of "This is Crack(ship)," Vinny abruptly hugs Sasha as thanks for saving her son, and Howard directly comments on Sasha's beauty. While both of his parents are coming from genuine places, Crafty is nonetheless a bit embarrassed by how they express themselves.
    Vinny, opening the front door to her son and Sasha: "Is that my babyyy? Ohhhhhhh!! You must be Colin's first friend!!"
    (Vinny holds Sasha a big, long hug.)
    Vinny: "I can't thank you enough for saving my baby boy!"
    Crafty: "Mooooom!"
    Vinny: "I don't know what we'd have done if we lost our only son... It's weird, though."
    Crafty and Sasha: "Huh?"
    Vinny: "The doctor said it was a plumper girl that called 9-1-1 and brought you to the hospital. Must need his eyes checked, am I right?"
    Crafty, to Sasha: "You called 9-1-1?"
    Sasha, to Crafty: "No; I don't have a phone."
    Vinny: "Welp, doesn't matter! Point is, my boy is safe, and I have you to thank! Oh! I have to introduce ya to his father! Howard!!"
    (Off in the living room, Howard's too busy practicing "We Are Number One" and doesn't hear Vinny's first call.)
    Vinny: "Howard!!"
    (This finally catches Howard's attention. He hurries to the front door to meet Crafty and his new friend.)
    Howard: "Blimey, is she here?!"
    (Howard takes notice of Sasha.)
    Howard: "Well, bless me old soul... she's a right beaut, this one!"
    Crafty: "Daaaaad!"
  • Beatnik: Howard looks very much like a beatnik, mainly thanks to his mustache, shades, sweater and trumpet.
  • Celebrity Resemblance: Crystelle explains in "Atop the 4th Door," that Crafty's parents met during Woodstock. During their time there; they were mistaken for Sonny Bono and Cher, and they soon held a successful concert in the celebrities' stead. The positive reception that they received led to Howard and Vinny creating a tribute band for the duo under the name "Skinny and Hair."
  • Cool Shades: Both of them wear a pair of sunglasses that hide their eyes.
  • Good Parents:
    • As shown in "This is Crack(Ship)" and discussed in "LoveCrafty" Howard and Vinny were the most supportive people in Colin's life before Sasha came around. They were genuinely concerned about Colin's safety and utterly delighted that he made a friend. They allowed Sasha to stay with them as long as she liked, both out of sympathy for her and because of how happy she made their son.
    • According to Crystelle in "ENDGAME SPOILERS," the Craftersons always catch up after each episode of Dr. Crafty. Apparently, Vinny has grown rather worried about the kinds of antics that her son has gotten up to.
      Crafty, on the phone with his mother: "No, mother. I was not making a deal with the devil. I was making a deal with a video game character, who happens to be a demon, and is a lawyer... What do you mean that's worse?"
  • Hartman Hips: Vinny's almost as thin as her husband, with her hips as a notable exception.
  • Hippie Parents: According to Crystelle in "Atop the 4th Door," Crafty's parents both met at the Woodstock Music Festival, falling in love during their impromptu performance of Sonny & Cher music.
  • Noodle People: Howard is quite the string bean. He is no doubt where Crafty gets his lankiness from.
  • Small Role, Big Impact:
    • Howard and Vinny's physical appearances are few and far between, but they've been Crafty's biggest source of support since day one, something proudly demonstrated and discussed in "This is Crack(Ship)" and "LoveCrafty." Crafty, while still troubled by his mental issues, wouldn't be nearly as well-adjusted as he is now without his parents' help.
    • In "Happy Crafty Day," Nurse recalls how, after Crafty saved her life, Crafty's parents wouldn't allow Nurse to stay with them, not wanting a repeat of Crafty's fallout with Sasha. This motivated Crafty to seek out a home where he and Nurse would be free to live together. He would eventually find Castle Infinia, thus making Howard and Vinny indirectly responsible for nearly all of the show's present-day events.
  • So Proud of You: The flashback in "This is Crack(ship)" demonstrates just how happy they were for Crafty to have met Sasha. They reflect on this achievement as Crafty and Sasha excitedly hurry to Crafty's room to hang out. Vinny correctly guesses that the friendship is about to become something more.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Both of them have traits that carried over to Crafty, including Howard's physique and nose and Vinny's long curly hair. When Colin later takes on the Dr. Crafty persona, he evokes his parents further with some perpetual eyewear of his own.


Voiced by: Alex Tansley (Seasons 1-3), xthedarkone (Season 4 Onward)

A brutish old woman, bizarre in her mannerisms and appearance, Disgustilda intends to enact revenge on Dr. Crafty and Take Over the World... even though she's not a noteworthy threat in any capacity. Even with her ineptitude, she still manages to sneak into the castle on a consistent basis, freely coming and going as she pleases when she isn't kicked out. Meanwhile, when not visiting the Crafty crew, she lives in a humble cottage close by, where she partakes in stereotypical old-lady activities.

  • Affably Evil: Despite (supposedly) being Crafty's archenemy, she's rather polite. She even offers Sasha a place to stay during her visit in Florida. In addition, she started acting like a motherly figure to Sasha, advising her about confronting her feelings with Crafty.
    • Plus she's willing to help Crafty and Class 1-A defeat Mindstein, but only because she likes the other co-hosts.
  • Ambiguously Human: Between her deformed appearance and skin color, it's unknown if she's human or something else entirely.
  • invoked Anti-Climax Boss: Played for Laughs in the fifth Top Ten Tub. She was set to be the Final Boss of the episode, following several established fighting game characters, but one punch from Crafty was enough to send her flying.
  • Astonishingly Appropriate Appearance: Like Crafty, Disgustilda has a cartoonish design that befits her comical nature. However, unlike Crafty, she is also deliberately designed to look disproportionate and ungainly, which strongly hints at her impotency as a threat.
  • Arch-Enemy: A self-proclaimed one to Crafty. Episode 73 eventually explained why: she originally owned the castle Crafty lives in now, and swore revenge on the doctor for stealing it from her.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: She desperately wants to be a true villain, but she just... isn't. This is especially the case when truly evil antagonists like Doctor Mindstein show up.
  • Breakout Character: Originally created as a one-off gag parodying Revolta, Disgustilda has since become a character in her own right and has made frequent appearances since then. She's become an integral part of Sasha's character arc, for example, giving her much-needed relationship advice and laying down some hard truths she needs to learn.
  • The Cat Came Back: Despite being forcibly removed from the castle constantly, Disgustilda is a regular fixture on the show. She seems content joining in on the commentary, if only for brief periods. As "I Need a Hero Academia" reveals, for as much as she hates Crafty, she likes the cohosts, and they're the reason she keeps returning. Their endangerment is what convinces her to help Crafty and Class 1-A.
  • Chekhov's Gag: Her recurring break-ins at the castle were all Played for Laughs, but come "I Need a Hero Academia," it ends up coming in handy to help Crafty and 1-A plan an attack against Mindstein's defenses. As dense as she is most of the time, she is intimately familiar with her former castle's layout.
  • Chekhov's Gun: Disgustilda throughout Seasons 1 and 2 couldn't be any more irrelevant if she tried. Come "LoveCrafty" in Season 3, Disgustilda becomes a supporting presence for Sasha. Later, "I Need a Hero Academia" reveals why Disgustilda keeps trying to take the castle back, and why she is most helpful for establishing a plan to take it back: Crafty stole it from her, and she knows the place inside and out.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: As Crystelle puts it, not all the lights are on inside her head. Even when she has moments of lucidity, she can still come across as just a bit senile. Among her hobbies, Disgustilda likes to watch day-time television... whether the TV set is on or not.
  • Comically Small Demand: In "Atop the 4th Door," Disgustilda goes through the trouble of infiltrating Crystelle's closet. She even gets help from a passerby construction worker, who builds a window into the room for her to use as an entrance. She does all this... to ask Crystelle for a lightbulb.
  • Dumbass Has a Point: For as ditzy as she can be, "I Need a Hero Academia" demonstrates that Disgustilda is surprisingly knowledgable regarding relationships. She gives Sasha some sound advice for how she should handle her feelings for Crafty. For example, after first criticizing Sasha for not approaching Crafty when she had the chance, Disgustilda instead concludes that now may not be the best time. Considering the emotional stress Crafty is under, Sasha's presence could only worsen things. Later on, she also tells Sasha to have faith in Crafty and let him handle Mindstein on his own for the same reason. Sasha concedes to all her points — even the one Disgustilda retracted — opting to intervene only when there is no other option.
  • Enemy Eats Your Lunch: When Crafty is chucked out of the castle while Nurse prepares a surprise, Disgustilda confronts him and swipes the meal Nurse packed for him. Disgustilda holds the meal for ransom: she'll give it back to Crafty in exchange for the castle. It's the one win she gets over Crafty, but unfortunately for her, it doesn't get any better than that; Crafty decides to just let her have the food and continues suffering in the Everglades.
  • Evil Plan: She claims to have one but never really does.
  • Expy:
    • She made her debut as a parody of Revolta, even down to having a similar name. Eventually, she transitioned away from this to become a more distinct character.
    • A more evergreen inspiration is The Hitcher. Disgustilda has everything from the character's gross habits, unsightly appearance, and weird mannerisms. Even her voice — across both of her voice actors — is an impression of his.
    • Additionally, her ugly appearance, British mannerisms, and her name all bring Gruntilda to mind.
  • Fan Disservice: The Stinger of Episode 40 has her wearing a swimsuit. Cue eye-gouging.
  • Gonky Femme: Despite looking and sounding rather hideous, she nonetheless acts like a typical elderly woman, even taking up hobbies like knitting, bingo, and watching daytime TV.
  • Harmless Villain: So harmless, in fact, that so far she's easily been dispatched by Nurse's pet Blob Monster and Crafty's d20 die-summoned dragons.
  • Laughably Evil: Disgustilda tends to bring in the funny when she shows up, especially in her earlier appearances. Her ineffectualness and general goofiness — appearance, voice, and all — make her pretty entertaining.
  • Meaningful Name: "Disgustilda" couldn't be any more apt, especially since its holder prides herself on her ugliness.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain:
    • "I Need a Hero Academia" implies that she can be somewhat competent if she puts her mind to it. The battle plan Crafty and Class 1-A work with is her's, though she admittedly had help from Sasha. It's successful, though the plan stumbles hard at first since nobody factored in Screw.
    • It's implied in the same month's spin-off crossover that Disgustilda is brimming with untapped potential. When asked whether Disgustilda will ever be a serious threat, Crystelle's attempt to find an answer gets her assaulted by terrifying visions, which nearly throw her into a catatonic state. Most of them are stills from previous episodes shared between Disgustilda and Sasha, but the few new ones show a titanic, silhouetted figure reminiscent of an Infinia. By "We're Back! A Crafty Story," Crystelle has had ample time to process what she had seen, and she's still deeply unsettled.
  • invoked King Koopa Copy: According to Alex himself, Bowser was a big influence on Disgustilda's design. This deep-voiced, self-proclaimed nemesis for Crafty bears a huge, top-heavy body with massive hands. Much of her is covered in spikes, including natural ones and the ones worked into her outfit.
  • Parental Substitute: To Sasha. During her stay in Florida, Disgustilda has been offering her meaningful advice on how to handle her strained relationship with Crafty, rightfully pointing out that suddenly appearing back in his life when he's in trouble isn't going to make things better between them.
  • Plot-Irrelevant Villain: A parody of the trope, usually appearing when mentioning straight examples like Revolta and Oogie Boogie. As for Disgustilda herself, she became more relevant to the plot in later seasons, especially being a key player in the "I Need a Hero Academia" finale arc.
  • Poke the Poodle: Her "plans" usually consist of multiple steps of doing nothing.
  • Self-Deprecation: Disgustilda is fully aware of her hideousness, frequently describing herself derisively. Commonly, if she's willing to help someone, she says she'll "lend a grotesque, oversized hand," as she tells Sasha in "LoveCrafty." Amusingly, given her jovial tone, it's strongly implied that she's prideful about her appearance.
  • Shipper on Deck: Surprisingly, despite her intense(?) hatred of Doctor Crafty, she has a soft spot for seeing him and Sasha reconcile.
  • Spikes of Villainy: She has spikes on her clothes, hair, ring, and her spine. She even has spikes on her yarn balls to knit a spiky sweater!
  • Spiky Hair: Quite literally in this case, as her hair bun resembles a spiked ball.
  • Stylistic Suck: Disgustilda is represented by a still image in her first traditional appearances. She was the only major character original to Dr. Crafty to be given such treatment for some time. "Dumb Dingies" introduces Disgustilda's expanded expression set. However, keeping consistent with Disgustilda's ridiculous incompetence, she only received one alternative pose... and it is barely distinct from the first (aside from the subset of poses where she's dressed in a bikini, but even then, only her wardrobe changes). Later, since Disgustilda had long since developed into a proper character, "I Need a Hero Academia" finally gifts her a proper expression set. It contains more options with more dynamic facial expressions and body language.
  • Top Heavy Girl: Disgustilda has an utterly massive upper body, with large hands to emphasize the size further. Her legs aren't quite as large; they're also forced into a bowlegged stance to carry her weight, making them seem a bit smaller.

Guest Characters

    Jedah Dohma 

Jedah Dohma
"No too small...for Jedah & Jedah!"
Voiced by: D. Tyler Fultz

The Distressed Lord of Death of Darkstalkers fame has moved on from ruling Makai to establish a law firm in the Dr. Crafty universe: Jedah & Jedah Law Services. The quality of his services is inconsistent at best, but he still manages to find work from people across the multiverse. Crafty cons him with internet memes in "Street Frighters," and since then, Jedah typically only partners with Crafty for the sake of easy sponsorship for his business. Otherwise, Jedah uses any trick in the book he can to screw with Crafty, as long as it's legal. Meanwhile, he also has a history with Crystelle, with them being college exes that parted on less than amicable terms.

  • Adaptational Comic Relief: The original Jedah is hellbent on resetting all of creation just to attain a perfect world. This one is a treasure-trove of Evil Lawyer Jokes motivated by greed, petty revenge, or both.
  • Adaptational Wimp: This take on Jedah doesn't participate in combat very often, if at all. He instead likes settling conflicts in court, using his skills and knowledge of the law to make people's lives worse. "Migraine Over Matter" showcases what happens if he's confronted outside of his element. The instant Crystelle raises her voice at him, he starts pleading with her to leave him be. He continues doing so as she teleports him out of the Qloset.
  • Amoral Attorney: As a lawyer, Jedah wants to maximize his profits above all else, often at the expense of his competency. This sentiment extends to his entire law firm. The Characafe shows that he's quite the wildcard, too, offering his services to Pepper at one point in "Best Skullgirl," then turning around and representing Scrooge McDuck when he sues Crafty in "Duck and Cover." Notably, his latter decision is admissible in court, but he clearly made it just to screw with Crafty some more.
  • Arbitrary Skepticism: According to Crystelle in "Return to the Qloset," Jedah has repeatedly attempted to disprove Crystelle's legitimacy as a psychic, failing every time. Ironically, they're old flames; during college, he got to know her personally and should be familiar with how her powers work. Plus, being a demon, he has his own magical abilities. Of course, whether he believes in Crystelle's powers is irrelevant; he's chiefly motivated by lingering anger about their breakup. Now, he's left grasping for any chance at payback, no matter how ridiculous that chance is.
  • Art Evolution: In his earliest appearances, Jedah was represented only by a single stock render of his from Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite. Starting with "Original Characters 2," Jedah gains a full set of original poses, drawn by Alex just as the main characters' pose sets were.
  • Bothering by the Book: Jedah religiously screws with people by adhering to rules and regulations, oftentimes getting their hopes up before soundly crushing them with his lawfulness. The Chara-Cafe showcases this trait prominently:
    • When Pepper's candy stash gets stolen in "Best Skullgirl," he swoops in to advertise himself to Pepper with a Rousing Speech... but he refuses to go after the thieves himself when prompted to. He's only a lawyer; he'd be overstepping his bounds if he took action then and there, and Pepper begrudgingly accepts this answer.
    • In "Duck and Cover," Scrooge McDuck sues Crafty for using his name repeatedly on the show. Mere seconds after Pepper recommends his services again, Jedah appears and clarifies that, no, he's representing McDuck for this case, not Crafty. Jerkish as it is, Jedah's choice is still very much legal. This current case is completely unrelated to any of Crafty's past cases; Jedah is free to represent McDuck without consequence.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: While he's imperfect and likes upholding his evilness first and foremost, Jedah is a competent lawyer; he's just at his best when he's spiting the Crafty Crew. He makes a sudden appearance in "Migraine Over Matter," where he cites an in-depth law explaining why he can't help the Crew take Dr. Mindstein (and supervillains in general) to court. Jedah's not weaving an elaborate lie — his answer comes straight from the legal documents in his hand. Crystelle even confirms that his answer is what she would have given before he interrupted.
  • Department of Redundancy Department: His law firm's name contains "Jedah" twice. According to his company slogan, shown in "Best Skullgirl," "[his] services are so good, [he counts] as 2 lawyers!"
  • Obstructive Bureaucrat: After Crafty cons him in "Street Frighters," Jedah takes any chance he gets to screw with the Crafty Crew. He allies with anyone who wishes to sue Crafty as a means to get back at him, and he wishes to settle his beef with Crystelle by debunking her abilities in court. Meanwhile, when not dealing with people he has personal issues with, he can be generally unhelpful and blatantly self-interested. His competency as a lawyer is questionable, seeing that he's prone to using outdated judicial tactics, and he denies helping others if the task is technically out of his jurisdiction. This gem from "Best Skullgirl" sums him up quite well:
    Jedah: (To Pepper) "Good evening, madam; I came as soon as it was convenient for me!"
  • President Evil: In "Funniest Characters," Jedah announces his bid to become President of the USA. He makes no attempt to hide his platform's malicious intent — rather, he's all too excited to demonstrate it. Amazingly, he still manages to win some support.

    Class 1-A 

Class 1-A
Mindstein sieges Dr. Crafty's castle in "Magic Kingdom Mania," and she removes Crafty himself thanks to Screw punching him skyward. As luck would have it, Crafty ends up landing just outside of U.A. High School, Japan's most prestigious school for heroes in the making. For the duration of Hero Month, he recruits the entirety of Class 1-A to help take his castle back. Despite some misunderstandings about whether Crafty is a villain or not, along with some small conflicts here and there, the class is very willing to help Crafty out.
  • Badass Crew: The students of Class 1-A are just as capable here as they are in their source material. This is especially the case for Ida, Bakugo, Deku, Ochako, and Todoroki, who each play fairly large roles in "I Need a Hero Academia" Part 4's castle raid.
  • Dope Slap: Throughout "I Need a Hero Academia," Mineta is openly perverse whenever talking about the Crafty Crew's ladies (or women in general). Tsuyu uses her tongue to deck him in the face every time he says something out of line.
  • Jerkass: Bakugo spends most of the month acting violently belligerent, both physically and verbally, towards his peers and especially towards Crafty, who mostly tolerates his behavior. However, by Part 4, Crafty finally has enough and chews out Bakugou, extending his complaints past Dr. Crafty and towards Bakugou's role in My Hero Academia.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: Everyone from the MHA universe retains all five fingers on their hands, just like in their source material. The Class 1-A students especially highlight this distinction throughout their interactions with the Dr. Crafty characters, most of which have Four-Fingered Hands.


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