The character page for Final Frontier Federation, which will be updated as more members of the roster are unveiled. Currently a work in progress. Spoilers will be left unmarked. You have been warned.
T.O.M. (Toonami Operations Module)
Series: ToonamiThe host of the Toonami block and the creator of Final Frontier.
- 100% Adoration Rating: TOM is either adored or in the good graces of just about everyone on the ship, mostly for his Benevolent Boss tendencies. Even some heels don't mind him.
- Captain Smooth and Sergeant Rough: The smooth captain of the Vindication to the very rough Sergeant Dornan.
- Benevolent Boss: He's a pretty chill guy who openly communicates with his roster and makes an effort to keep them all happy under his employ.
- Big Good: Definitely the most clear cut example. He's the true brains behind the promotion and the one who has to rein in Dornan's Drill Sergeant Nasty tendencies.
- Disappointed in You: He uses this on Mae in the second episode to express his displeasure in her tricking Enid to fight Lady Deathstrike for her. It works, too, as Mae notes that his disappointment is actually worse than Dornan berating her.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: A major reason why he's preferred over Dornan. TOM will always hear out his employees and meet them halfway. This is particularly demonstrated when he calmly, but sternly reprimands Mae for her actions in the first episode and tells her that she'll have to wrestle in Enid's place, as it was only fair after she made Enid wrestle for her. He then forces Dornan to apologize to Enid for his behavior, as well giving her the rest of the night off as compensation.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The cool, level-headed, reasonable blue to Dornan's loud, volatile, stubborn red.
- Robot Buddy: He may be everyone's boss, but he's also the kind of boss who can be their friend, too.
- Team Mom: He fits the role of a more understanding, lenient parent to contrast his strict, short-tempered counterpart.
Sergeant Arch Dornan
Series: Fallout 2A sergeant of the Enclave who TOM enlists to help him run Final Frontier.
- 0% Approval Rating: Nobody on the roster likes Dornan. At best, he's ridiculed; at worst, he's openly despised for his attitude and although some acknowledge why he's such a hard-ass, it doesn't quite excuse how harsh he can be. Even TOM can be exasperated by his behavior sometimes.
- Adaptational Nice Guy: It's not a lot, but he's more composed than his video game counterpart and capable of Pet the Dog moments here and there.
- Captain Smooth and Sergeant Rough: No brownie points for guessing which one he is in relation to TOM.
- Drill Sergeant Nasty: Contrasting TOM, Dornan runs the roster like a drill sergeant would a platoon of recruits. While this earns him the ire of just about everyone, it's ultimately to keep the roster from becoming too comfortable and getting complacent as a result.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: He'll fly off the handle if someone so much as drops a pin in his general direction.
- Hidden Depths: Despite his open disdain for Mae Borowski's laziness, Dornan doesn't appear to do anything about it. TOM even calls him on it and gives him the opportunity to fire Mae to her face. He's ultimately unable to go through it, instead enlisting Mae in a wrestling training program, indicating he's frustrated that she's wasting her potential.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: TOM certainly believes he's one, but everyone else sees him as a Jerkass on a power trip.
- No Indoor Voice: While it's somewhat subdued compared to his regular counterpart, Dornan is still very prone to yelling.
- Pet the Dog: Knowing Enid is feeling guilty over what the Akatsuki did to KO, Dornan quietly assures her that he's strong and will get better.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The loud, volatile, stubborn red to TOM's cool, level-headed, reasonable blue.
The WayfarersThe singles males division.
David / Agent Washington
Series: Red vs. Blue
Record: 7-1One of the last remaining freelancers from the now-defunct Project Freelancer.
- Arch-Enemy: Wash has been feuding with Kazuya Mishima throughout the Final Frontier series, sparking from the fact that Wash was the only wrestler who Kazuya could not forced to tap out.
- Boring, but Practical: Not quite as flashy as some of the other competitors, but considering he's already a very skilled Badass Normal, he doesn't really need to be.
- Deadpan Snarker: He wouldn't be hanging with the Reds and Blues without their antics rubbing off on him.
- Determinator: So long as he can move and breath, he'll keep fighting, as Kazuya and Doomfist learned.
- Jack-of-All-Stats: Kazuya, being a professional martial artist, has much more skill and finesse; Doomfist and Darkstar are more powerful; Carter, Mercury, and Blinx are quicker and more agile; and Shepard has dealt with arguably worse opponents than Wash. But he's well-rounded in all categories, making him quite versatile in the ring.
- You Remind Me of X: Part of why Wash has some fondness for K.O. is because he reminds him of himself when he was younger and more optimistic.
Blinx the Time Sweeper
Carter Grayson / Lightspeed Red
Series: Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue
Record: 1-5The Red Lightspeed Ranger.
Michael Morningstar / Darkstar
Series: Ben 10: Alien Force
Record: 3-5The son of a Plumber with Energy Absorption powers.
- Actually Not a Vampire: Not a vampire in the traditional sense, but he's a mutant who feeds on the lifeforce of others, and goes through some... severe "withdrawal symptoms" when he doesn't.
- Dark Is Evil: Dark is in his name, dresses in dark clothing, and is a black hearted psychopath.
- Evil Is Petty: He develops an enmity toward Shepard because the latter knocked his helmet off during a match, exposing his face to the world.
- Energy Absorption: His main schtick.
Akande Ogundimu / Doomfist
Record: 4-4A major leader of the terrorist organization, Talon.
- Took a Level in Badass: Although he puts up a powerful showing against Carter, Doomfist ultimately loses due to his lack of actual wrestling experience, which inspires him to train and learn some moves. Come the third episode, Doomfist demonstrates more skill and utterly bulldozes Blinx.
- Scary Black Man: One of the strongest competitors in the Final Frontier series, with a powerful gauntlet and reputation of a terrorist leader to boot.
- Unskilled, but Strong: Doomfist initially lacked any real wrestling skills beyond his brawling expertise, but is so tough and strong, he could manhandle just about anyone with ease. But this is only in his first match, as he begins to train afterward, becoming Strong and Skilled.
- World's Strongest Man: Physically, he's the strongest competitor in the Final Frontier series with the best showings of a powerhouse brawler capable of bulldozing just about anyone in a straight fight.
Commander John Shepard
Series: Mass Effect
Record: 2-5The hero of the Citadel and galaxy at large.
Record: 8-0A skilled martial artist with a dark side.
- Arch-Enemy: Kazuya would never admit it, but he regards Wash as his after the freelancer staunchly refused to submit to him, and that bothers him considerably.
- Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: And it shows in the ring. He's very proud of his skills, and he's got every right to be.
- Big-Bad Ensemble: Episode 7 has solidified his position as the main heel in the Final Frontier series, though he has some competition behind the scenes in the form of Black Hat and the Horned King.
- Kick Them While They Are Down: He's not very respectful towards those he deems weak. He makes it a point to step on Mercury's head after defeating him.
The MatriarchsThe singles females division.
Series: Half-Life 2
Record: 2-2Black Hat's biggest fangirl and most devoted henchwoman.
- Abhorrent Admirer: As always, she possesses a deep crush on Black Hat, which is, of course, unrequited.
- All Girls Want Bad Boys: And she happens to want the baddest boy around.
- Ax-Crazy: If her name didn't tip you off, she's a rabid fangirl, emphasis on rabid.
- Fiery Redhead: While only her bangs are dyed red, she's got the extroverted, wily personality to match.
- Monster Fangirl: She's quite the monster in the ring, but Black Hat could do without the fangirl portion.
Series: OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes
Record: 3-2A witch who wants to be a ninja who maybe wants to be a hero. She isn't very sure herself.
- Ambiguously Human: Technically a witch, but she doesn't have anything overtly inhuman about her.
- Arch-Enemy: Enid holds a special enmity for Phasma, viewing her as haughty and stuck-up, as well as her disregard for those around her.
- Brilliant, but Lazy: She'd rather nap than do any work around the ship, but is a capable wrestler when she applies herself.
- Deadpan Snarker: Easily her most recognized trait. She fits the trope so well, it's even listed as her one of her strengths.
- Kick Chick: Because most of her muscle resides in her legs, her entire style is centered around kicks or grapples that involve the use of her legs.
- My God, What Have I Done?: Or what she didn't do. The Akatsuki had knocked K.O. unconscious and busted him open, while she watched in horror. She later admonishes herself for not stopping it, even if it would have gotten K.O. and Rad disqualified.
- Not So Different: From Mae. They're both Brilliant, but Lazy slackers Desperately Looking for a Purpose in Life, who also hide their deep-rooted issues under a mask of sarcasm.
Kelsey Winslow / Lightspeed Yellow
Series: Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue
Yuriko Oyama / Lady Deathstrike
Margaret "Mae" Borowski
Series: Night in the Woods
Record: 3-2A college dropout who joins Final Frontier to work out her various... issues.
- Acrofatic: A little on the stout side, but capable of executing various high-flying maneuvers with the balance and precision of someone like Tracer.
- Ain't Too Proud to Beg: Resorts to this when Enid confronts her in the second episode. She doesn't take.
- Arch-Enemy: She quickly gets on Enid's bad side when she tricks her into fighting Lady Deathstrike for her. This little stunt shoots her to the top of Dornan's shit list when he finds out.
- Batter Up!: She occasionally carries a bat, but doesn't seem to use it for wrestling.
- Brilliant, but Lazy: Despite having no formal training, Mae is surprisingly well-adjusted and knowledgeable of wrestling, and can pull off various complicated maneuvers flawlessly. Unfortunately, she has almost no interest in actually improving her already exceptional talent, and sometimes doesn't feel like wrestling when scheduled.
- Cats Are Snarkers: She could rival Enid in terms of sarcasm, which is actually quite an accomplishment.
- Innocently Insensitive: Her attempts to comfort Enid after she just witnessed the Akatsuki brutalize her friends come off as insulting, which nearly gets her head taken off by a piece of a metal.
- Not So Different: From Enid. Both are Brilliant, but Lazy slackers Desperately Looking for a Purpose in Life, who also hide their deep rooted issues beneath a mask of sarcasm.
- Oh, Crap!: She remained relatively cool when confronted by Enid, but only really panicked when Phasma showed up, intent on bringing her to TOM and Dornan to account for her actions.
- Tomboy: She lacks any particularly feminine traits, preferring to commit petty crimes and cause general mischief like any juvenile delinquent.
Series: Star Wars
Record: 4-0The commander of the First Order Stormtrooper Corps, as well as chief of security.
- Arch-Enemy: Phasma develops a particular animosity towards Enid, deeming her an undeserving slacker who has no place in the industry.
- Chrome Champion: Her chrome armor is indicative of her rank, but she has yet to win the belt to make the trope more literal.
- Consummate Professional: She's generally very terse and to the point, often not speaking unless she has to.
- Dirty Cop: As chief of security, Phasma's job is to keep the peace and break up fights between the roster. However, she only upholds that duty if the wrestlers in question are those she deems too valuable to be wasting their talent on backstage dispute. For those she judges to be dead weight, she won't lift a finger to aid them, as she believes the weak only serve to feed the strong.
- Mook Lieutenant: When not wrestling, she's the appointed chief of security on the Vindication.
- Number Two: Being the head of security makes her Dornan's.
- Only Friend: Downplayed, but she's the only one on the roster who appears to be on friendly terms with Dornan, likely due to their militaristic backgrounds.
- The Social Darwinist: Phasma's philosophy is that the strong survive and the weak either perish or serve the strong, and she fully employs this as chief of security. Put simply, if you're strong and talented (from Phasma's point of view), she will make sure those talents are put to use in the ring. If you're deemed weak and get jumped by a rival, she won't raise a finger to help.
- Strong and Skilled: She's in peak physical condition and her military background lends well to her combat prowess.
Lena Oxton / Tracer
Record: 1-2An excitable, time-jumping agent of Overwatch.
- Anime Hair: As spiky and wild as her personality.
- Catchphrase: "Cheers, luv! The cavalry's here!"
- Fragile Speedster: Very quick and agile, but not the most hardy. The problem is actually landing a hit on her in the first place.
- Genki Girl: She's friendly, full of energy and always on the move, which translates into her acrobatic style.
- Nice Girl: Very easygoing and carefree, she's undoubtedly one of the nicest roster members presented so far.
Dynamic DuosThe tag-team division.
Hidan & Kakuzu
Record: 3-0Two immortal members of the shadowy criminal organization known as the Akatsuki.
- Co-Dragons: Because they work best as a team and collectively operate as The Heavy, they're officially this for Black Hat. However, Kakuzu is more competent than Hidan and is most often in contact with Black Hat, functionally making him the true Dragon.
- Evil Duo: They remain villains from the get-go, naturally making them heels.
- The Heavy: Collectively, they act on Black Hat's orders, which drives the overarching narrative.
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: When K.O. starts getting too nosy, they decide to make an example of him in the second round by pummeling him into unconsciousness, even drawing blood in the process.
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Hidan and Kakuzu absolutely despise one another, but are way too efficient as a team to deny the benefits of staying together.
- Those Two Bad Guys: They're almost always seen together, which is standard for Akatsuki pairs. This is why Hidan seemingly acting on his own without Kakuzu draws immediate suspicion.
- Villain Team-Up: They quickly throw their lot in with Black Hat after he approaches them in the second episode, offering a large sum of money in exchange for their loyalty.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: Despite their open disdain for each other, they'll ultimately come to the other's aid when push comes to shove. Whether it's out of hidden camaraderie or simple necessity is up for debate. Not that they'd admit it, anyway.
- Would Hurt a Child: Given how badly they mauled K.O., there's no question.
Singles Record: 0-1
- Ax-Crazy: Erm, scythe-crazy, but he's got the psychotic tendencies down to pat.
- Berserk Button: He doesn't take kindly to people mocking his religion. Two guards found this out the hard way after they dismissed Jashin as a stupid god to Hidan's face. They were later diced to pieces and thrown down the garbage chute for their troubles.
- The Brute: While he and Kakuzu could arguably be considered Black Hat's Co-Dragons, Hidan is more in line with a typical brute who uses aggression to solve his problems, and isn't the smartest knife in the drawer, either.
- Dumb Muscle: Hidan has no tactical sense whatsoever, often charging headfirst into a fight without thinking and inevitably getting himself into trouble that Kakuzu has to bail him out of. In fact, this almost costs them their first match against the Foot Clan, as Hidan winds up getting double-teamed in their corner with Kakuzu out of reach.
- Evil Is Petty: His entire beef with Rad is because Rad ate his cheeseburger, one he's insistent was gifted by Jashin himself.
- Psychopathic Manchild: As psychotic as he is childish, Hidan often likes a vulgar, rebellious teenager.
Singles Record: 1-0
- Badass Baritone: His voice is what you get when Fred Tatasciore does an evil Optimus Prime impression.
- Body Horror: His body is covered in stitches to the point it's held together by them. It also houses several masked beasts that he can deploy as Mooks.
- The Consigliere: He's the one who maintains steady communication with Black Hat, who will often hear out his advice and suggestions. In fact, it was his idea to take out K.O. in the second round so he wouldn't continue to interfere with their plans.
- Deadpan Snarker: If there was a belt for snark alone, Kakuzu would easily be one of the front runners.
- The Dragon: He becomes Black Hat's at the end of the second episode. Although he and Hidan are both under Black Hat's employ and operate together, which would technically make them Co-Dragons, Kakuzu is easily the more competent of the two and is the one who carries out the crucial parts of Black Hat's plans.
- Evil Old Folks: Kakuzu is well in his 90s, and still capable of kicking all kinds of ass. This is mostly due to the various hearts he's stolen, which extends his lifespan exponentionally.
- Genius Bruiser: Contrasting his partner, Kakuzu is a powerhouse in his own right, but also very clever and intelligent. This is why the Foot Clan tried to keep Hidan from tagging him in.
- Greed: His loyalty lies with money, and whoever offers the most of it, which is why he joins up with Black Hat in the second episode.
- Hyper-Competent Sidekick: Downplayed in that Black Hat is by no means unintelligent, but Kakuzu is very capable of taking the initiative without his input. He's also this towards Hidan, in that Kakuzu has to constantly reel him in when he goes in over his head, and is much smarter than his partner to boot.
- Organ Theft: He didn't get to live to be 91 years old and still maintain his youth without taking his fair share of organs, specifically hearts.
Botamo & Auta Magetta
Series: Dragon Ball Super
Record: 0-1Two of Universe 6's best fighters.
- Mighty Glacier: He's not very fast in the ring, but can soak up damage like a sponge and hits like a Mack truck.
- No-Sell: Thanks to his biological absorption abilities, Botamo is one of the most durable wrestlers on the roster. In fact, the most K.O. can do is knock him down and try to pin him.
- Rubber Man: Its why he's able to No-Sell so effectively.
- Stone Wall: K.O. tries to beat Botamo with everything he has, but Botamo doesn't so much as flinch and K.O. tires out pretty quick.
- Humongous Mecha: Sort of. While his race, the Metal Men, are explicitly noted to not be robots, Magetta is the closest thing to one in Dragon Ball.
- The Juggernaut: Just when K.O. and Rad started to turn the tables on Botamo, he gets tagged in and quickly cleans house. He spends a good portion of the match absolutely dominating the pair on his own. Were it not for his weak will, he could have won the match by himself.
- Lightning Bruiser: Unlike Botamo, Magetta is strong and fast for his size.
- Manchild: Beneath that Nigh Invulnerable metallic exterior is a pathetically weak will that can be broken by insults. In fact, Rad exploits this by accident, which allows Lakewood Plaza Turbo to pick up the victory.
- Weaksauce Weakness: Insults. Anyone so much as calls him a bad name and his will to fight evaporates instantly.
Foot Lieutenant & Foot Brute
Record: 0-1A pair of mystical ninjas.
- Bald of Evil: A pair of hairless, flame-headed heels.
- Brains and Brawn: The Lieutenant is the brains to the Brute's brawn.
- Bullying a Dragon: The Brute opens his match by insulting Kakuzu and thinking he'll be easy pickings. Kakuzu proves him wrong pretty quick. Bonus points for Kakuzu being an actual Dragon to one of the Big Bads.
- Fat and Skinny: The Brute is absolutely huge, compared to the smaller Lieutenant.
K.O. & Rad
Series: OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes
- Big Guy, Little Guy: Rad is the big guy to K.O.'s little guy.
Joel Rawlings / Lightspeed Green & Chad Lee / Lightspeed Blue
Series: Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue
Record: 0-1The Lightspeed Green and Blue rangers.
- Awesome, but Impractical: A lot of their flashy, high flying acrobatics seen in Power Rangers are a spectacle, for sure, but doesn't lend well to wrestling a Krogan powerhouse or a Turian technical genius, which is why they lose against the Normandy Warriors.
Garrus Vakarian & Urdnot Wrex
Series: Mass Effect
Record: 2-1Two of Mass Effect's most popular squadmates.
Singles Record: 0-1
- Cold Sniper: His role in Shepard's squad, which translates into a style based around technical precision.
Singles Record: 1-0
- Blood Knight: He loves to fight like any member of his race, so he's naturally anxious and ready to go when the bell rings.
Danny & Michael Philippou
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
Record: 0-1Two brothers that run a YouTube channel.
- Ax-Crazy: Absolutely batshit insane.
Kagura Mutsuki & Hibiki Kohaku
OtherCharacters whose affiliations are unknown.
The CEO of the Black Hat Organization who's taken an interest in Final Frontier.
- Big Bad Duumvirate: Episode 6 reveals he's been working with the Horned King. Though both are directing agents from the shadows, their machinations drive the overall narrative of Final Frontier.
- Big-Bad Ensemble: Black Hat and the Horned King move the plot along behind the scenes, but Kazuya Mishima acts as a more direct antagonist in the ring.
- Card-Carrying Villain: A vile, inhuman fiend and proud of it.
- Corrupt Corporate Executive: The chairman of the Black Hat Organization, a business that profits off selling dangerous weapons to evil-doers.
- Dark Is Evil: Dresses in all dark clothing that reflects his black heart.
- Evil Brit: Speaks in a Cockney accent with all the slime to go with it.
- Evil Eyebrows: Subverted. Those are not eyebrows at all. They're antennae.
- Evil Sounds Raspy: His voice is a raspy growl.
- Evil Wears Black: Wears a black tuxedo and hat, befitting his name.
- Finger-Tenting: He's particularly fond of this tic when plotting.
- Hidden Agenda Villain: It's unknown why he's taken such an interest in Final Frontier, but he definitely doesn't have altruistic intentions.
- High-Class Glass: His nefarious monocle.
- Man Behind the Man: He's the one pulling the strings behind the scenes and directing the Akatsuki to assist him in his plans.
- Nice Hat: True to his name, he wears a snazzy-looking hat to accommodate his suit.
- Sharp-Dressed Man: While not a man by any stretch of the word, he's certainly fashionable.
- Slasher Smile: It's practically plastered onto his face.
- Would Hurt a Child: In one of Final Frontier's commercials, Black Hat advertises a new weapon that can reduce his enemies to harmless blobs that can be tortured at will. His first test subject was a hero's sidekick no older than sixteen.
The Horned King
Series: The Black Cauldron
Alignment: VillainA centuries-old, Sorcerous Overlord.
- Big Bad Duumvirate: With Black Hat. Their planning and string pulling is the root of conflict in Final Frontier's main story.
- Big-Bad Ensemble: The Horned King and Black Hat pull the strings behind the scenes, while Kazuya Mishima acts as the primary in-ring threat.
- Black Eyes of Evil: His default state.
- Evil Brit: Like Black Hat, only much more soft-spoken and less aggressive.
Thresh the Chain Warden
Series: League of Legends
Alignment: HeelA sadistic spirit of the Shadow Isles who is called upon by Black Hat and the Horned King to be their in-ring emissary.
- Big Bad: Subverted. His job is to make the Vindication crew believe he's the true threat, while Black Hat and the Horned King continue plotting without suspicion.
- Chain Pain: If his name didn't tip you off, he's covered in chains that end in a tipped hook, which he uses to flay and torment his victims.
- The Dragon: For Black Hat and the Horned King. His job is to play the part of a Big Bad heel in the promotion while they operate in the shadows.
- Faux Affably Evil: He speaks in an eloquent manner and addresses his peers cordially but this doesn't negate the fact that he's a soul-stealing Sadist.
- Sadist: Thresh makes it clear that he's not with Black Hat and the Horned King for money, but out of a desire to hurt people, physically and mentally, and potentially claim the souls of the exceptionally gifted. The championships are just a nice bonus.
- Your Soul Is Mine: That lantern he's carrying? It contains the souls of his victims, and he's always looking to add to the collection.