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This is the page for all player characters and NPCs that were introduced in the third round of Foolish Mortals. Note that there will be potential spoilers for both Foolish Mortals Round One and Foolish Mortals Round Two .

     Round 3 Characters 


The victim of Week 7 (Case 6).

  • The Voiceless: Unable to speak due to the effects of the spell she was put under by Ursula. She finally regains her ability to speak during the fifth week, having received a True Love's Kiss from Freddie.

Basil of Baker Street


  • Foe Yay: With Ratigan, naturally, which he denies.
  • Great Detective: He's mouse Sherlock Holmes, a quality that comes in pretty handy when murder suddenly becomes a cornerstone of his weekly life.


The victim of Week 6 (Case 5).

  • Magic Mirror: Regains the one from his film. It lets him and the other guests speak to not just the other survivors, but the dead.

Doreen (Allene) Green


  • Cloning Blues: Subverted. She doesn't care about being a clone, she's just conflicted about being an evil clone.
  • Guile Hero: She slowly shifts into the sort of hero who tries to outsmart her enemies rather than using her fists.
  • Love Redeems: Hopes to be invoking this with dating Jyn, aiming to become to become a better person for her. It works.
  • Walking Spoiler: She's revealed to be Doreen's clone relatively early into the game.

Freddie Facilier

The culprit of Week 7 (Case 6).



  • It's All About Me: No-one's vain like Gaston / shows off gains like Gaston / nobody's a self-loving pain like Gaston!
  • Pet the Dog / Kick the Dog: Seems to be genuinely thankful to Kit for killing Beast and throws a feast in his remembrance, which would be rather decent of him if Beast had done anything to warrant a celebration of his death. This distasteful display earns him a knuckle sandwich from Stan.

Hiro Hamada


  • Cannot Spit It Out: So afraid of admitting he likes Marco that he tries to deny it and asks for help "for a friend" from Kim.
  • No Social Skills: Isn't terribly good at expressing his feelings, and was largely friendless back home before his brother's friends met him.


The culprit of week 3 (Case 2).

  • Deadpan Snarker: Believing in magic hasn't made her lose her wit.
  • Skeptic No Longer: By this point, she firmly believes in magic and fantastical things like Neverland and Pixies.
  • Stiff Upper Lip: Subverted. She tries to be brave, but is a scared kid under it all. She fully breaks down during her trial, wishing she could just go home and be with her mother again.

Jesus "Soos" Ramirez


  • Gratuitous Spanish: Dips into it sometimes, ironically more then he did back home.
  • Heroic BSoD: Freaks out when he finds Molly Hayes's corpse at Rech's feet. He almost gets himself killed trying to avenge her, but his friends manage to hold him back.

Jyn Erso


  • Back from the Dead: Her canonpoint is the destruction of the Scarif base. All the team members of Rogue One are dead, which is supposed to include her and she knows it.

Kimberly Ann Hart

The culprit of Week 5 (Case 4).

  • Action Girl: Especially after regaining her morpher in week 4.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Kimberly Ann Hart, an upstanding hero of Earth, kills four other characters while under the hallucinogenic influence of the Pink Elephants.
  • Cool Big Sis: Takes this attitude towards the younger members of the group.
  • Mandatory Unretirement: She tends to view being taken to the manor as this, since there's no way to escape her past as a Power Ranger and steps back into the hero life she left behind.
  • Shipper on Deck: Excitedly watches the various couples forming in the group, and tries to help guide a few of them together. Like Hiro and Marco.
  • Stepford Smiler: Has shades of this, especially after the group discovers their time in the manor is being broadcast to their loved ones.
  • Your Approval Fills Me with Shame: Absolutely horrified to gain Gaston's approval when she kills four people.



  • Animal Talk: As a goat-man-demon... thing, he speaks exclusively in baas and bleats, unless you're another animal like Louis. And he understands everyone else just fine.
  • Healing Hands: He has the ability to heal minor wounds and injuries.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: The motive affected him to the point he misvotes for Negaduck to get him executed.
  • Team Chef: Cooks enough food for the entire manor and more.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Gets chewed out for his attempt to get Negaduck executed during the fourth trial. Indeed, his rash decision could have gotten everybody executed if Hades hadn't pulled their asses out of the fire.

Leia Organa


  • All Girls Want Bad Boys: Leia Has a Type, as shown by her gravitation toward Han Solo, and now Stan Pines.
  • Cool Old Lady: She's only 53, but considering how many teens there are in this round (and her only competition in the older lady demographic) she's definitely this.
  • December–December Romance: With Stan, as of week 4.
  • Did They or Didn't They?: She and Stan sneak off after the week 5 motive announcement. they did.
  • Forced Sleep: At the end of Week 4, Kit gives Leia a sleeping apple, with neither of them knowing just what it does.
  • The "I Love You" Stigma: Even after being revived from a magic sleep with a kiss, she and Stan refuse to admit that their relationship could be really serious.
  • Like a Son to Me: To Kim, after confessing that her own son committed Patricide
  • Likes Older Men: The OTHER thing Stan and Han have in common (aside from both being Lovable Rogues): they're both at least ten years older than she is. Han had exactly ten years on her, but Stan is a full sixteen years older.
  • Miniature Senior Citizens: She's 5'0".
  • Sibling Seniority Squabble
    ...You know, I never found out whether Luke or I was born first. But since I'm the only one left...I'm going to go ahead and stake my claim as the older twin.



Mabel Pines


  • Shipper on Deck: Helps Freddie and Ariel set up a date, and is incredibly excited when she catches her Grunkle Stan kissing Leia.

Madam Mim

The victim of Week 2 (Case 1).

  • Asshole Victim: Does nothing to endear herself to the others, and unsurprisingly no one misses her.
  • The Dog Bites Back: She talks Woody into killing someone to break the curses. What she didn't count on was him deciding that someone was going to be her.
  • Troll: Antagonizes everyone she interacts with.

Marco Diaz

Died Week 7 to the shadows.

Minnie Mouse



One of the victims of Week 5 (Case 4)

Molly Hayes

Punished during Week 6.

Mr. Arrow

The victim of Week 4 (Case 3)


Executed after Lekmet misvotes for him on Case 4

  • 0% Approval Rating: First he manipulates Pinocchio to kill Mr. Arrow and gets off scott free. Then he smashes the Enchanted Mirror, the only communication with the outside world. It's safe to say everyone, alive or dead, hates Negaduck. Some of the remaining characters are even upset by the lack of evidence tying him to Case 4.
  • Asshole Victim: Lekmet gets Randall to execute him by purposely voting wrong on Negaduck's podium. If it were anyone else, it'd be a truly fiendish way to exploit a loophole, but since Negaduck himself goaded an innocent kid into killing in his stead, it's almost a case of karmic backlash.
  • Dropped a Bridge on Him: Negaduck is rather underwhelmed by his plain method of execution.
  • For the Evulz: Why would he destroy the magic mirror, the only method the guests have to speak to both the dead, and the survivors? Because he can!
  • Hate Sink: He makes Gaston look good by comparison.
  • Toxic Friend Influence: Actively works to corrupt Pinocchio. It works in that Pinoc is too trusting to realize he's being taken advantage of.
  • Wild Card: His only real goal is entertaining himself.

Neku Sakuraba

One of the victims of Week 5 (Case 4)

  • Hidden Heart of Gold: He claims to distrust people on the whole because they'll betray him somehow, but does make an effort to try to offer emotional support at times. Even if he's not great at it.
  • Big "SHUT UP!": Takes offense to Randall's comments about the murder victims and yells at him each time he announces who they are. Until he himself is one of the victims.


The victim of Week 3 (Case 2)


The culprit of Week 4 (Case 3)

Prince Kit

The culprit of Week 6 (Case 5).

  • Adaptation Name Change: More like adding one, as the original film didn't give him one. The Live-Action Adaptation called his counterpart "Kit" and a French DVD commercial once called him "Henri;" Foolish Mortals goes with the former.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: Something he learns during the first motive when he tries to use the Magic Wand to undo his curse, and then again at the end of the first trial.
  • Fish out of Temporal Water: A lot of the technology and terms he encounters are ones he is wholly unfamiliar with, being from fairytale times.
  • The Millstone: Kit genuinely means well, but his attempts at assisting the others tend to backfire. He makes his final mistake when he kills the Beast in an unsuccessful bid to get his magic wand to someone who might have been skilled enough to undo the tragedies of the game.
  • Your Approval Fills Me with Shame: Much like Kim, he feels horrible when Gaston thanks him for slaying the Beast.


One of the victims of Week 5 (Case 4)

  • Supreme Chef: One of the best in the group, despite being one of the smallest.

Rocket Raccoon

One of the victims of Week 5 (Case 4)

  • Even Jerks Have Standards: Doesn't have much of a problem with being ordered to kill someone to escape by Randall... until it's explained he'd have to kill the other captives.
  • Pet the Dog: Regains Baby Groot and treats him very well right before he dies.
  • Troll: He lives to mess with Arrow.

Stanley Pines


  • Adult Fear: As if being trapped in a murder manor wasn't bad enough, his great-niece is trapped there with him AND it turns out that the Big Bad of his own canon might not be as dead as he thought.
  • Bandage Wince: Just a little bit when Leia is bandaging his knuckles after he got a friction burn from punching his mattress.
  • Cool Old Guy: He's 69, but still strong enough to knock Prince Kit, when he thought he had killed Leia, into a wall with a single punch, and pick up and carry his 13-year-old niece and his 53-year-old girlfriend.
  • *Crack!* "Oh, My Back!": As you'd expect.
  • December–December Romance: With Leia, as of week 4.
  • Did They or Didn't They?: He and Leia sneak off after the week 5 motive announcement. they did.
  • Grumpy Old Man
  • Hairpin Lockpick: Has used an improvised set of these twice now. Once to teach Kim how to break into Randall's room, and once when he was returning an unconscious Leia to her bedroom.
  • The "I Love You" Stigma: Even after reviving her from a magic sleep with a kiss, he and Leia refuse to admit that their relationship could be really serious.
  • Outliving One's Offspring: Or great-nephew, anyway. Finding out that Dipper died in a previous round devastated him.
  • Percussive Therapy: Week 4 provided a glimpse of him doing this, taking out his frustrations on his mattress propped up against the wall.
  • Sticky Fingers: What did he do when he found a giant wax statue of Buck Cluck in Randall's room? He stole it.
  • When I Was Your Age...
    Oh, you know, it ain't all sock hops and soda fountains. There was a lotta walkin uphill both ways in the snow. But you shoulda seen the babes in those poodle skirts.


The culprit of Week 2 (Case 1)

  • Being Human Sucks: Adamantly believes this when he's turned human. Suddenly being aware of an entire living, breathing body freaks Woody out to no end. It even drives him to kill, fearing that his purpose in life is gone.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: His execution, by way of The Big One.


     Round 3 NPCs 

Doctor Facilier

  • Back from the Dead: He's definitely been brought back after his fate in Round 1. Although, he's not nearly as well off for it as Preston or Ratigan.
  • Losing Your Head: Suffers a "technical difficulty" after the first trial. His head is the only thing we see of him later, stuck on a stick being carried by Randall.
  • Pet the Dog: Shows some passing affection towards 'his' daughter, Freddie. And ends up staying in her dresser drawer as a head.

Randall Rech/The Hatbox Ghost

The second host.

  • Blue-and-Orange Morality: Seems to think chasing people around with a chainsaw means they can be friends now.
  • Charlie Brown from Outta Town: After his first disguise gets too torn up to use, Randall pretends to be the Hatbox Ghost. Nobody is convinced.
  • Friendly Enemy: Averted. For as much as he talks about wanting to be friends with the survivors, his actions and rude demeanor have burned most of his bridges.
  • Jerkass: Is very blunt and rude to the guests, especially during the trials.
  • Made of Iron: Gets half of his face torn off by Molly and doesn't seem any worse for wear. Of course, it seems there's literally something inhuman lurking under his skin...

Gwen Poole

Gotta go back before - crap, I don't need the canon rounds to break now.

     Spoiler NPCS 

Round Zero

The first round of murders, comprised entirely of villains. Many of their entries are listed in other folders on this page

Buck Cluck

The only participant to ever successfully get away with murder.

Dr. Facilier, Oogie Boogie, and Alameda Slim

See Round 1 (and Round 3) NPCs for tropes relating to their roles in the Big Bad Ensemble


See Round 2 NPCs for tropes involving his present role in the Big Bad Ensemble

Bill Cipher

See Round 2 NPCs for tropes relating to his present role in the Big Bad Ensemble


See Round 1 NPCs for tropes relating to his role as The Mole

Acting-Mayor Dawn Bellwether

Lord Dominator


  • Death by Irony: Much like Dominator above, after all his schemes to steal the throne and rule over the animals of the Pridelands, a bird kills him.
  • Posthumous Character: He's in the Box for a reason, after all.



  • Mad Scientist: Even in death.
  • Sanity Slippage: The toll of the murders lead to her isolating herself in one room and demanding Kronk help her out, despite not being in the games at all.



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