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This is the page for all player characters and NPCs that were introduced in the second round of Foolish Mortals and the following intermission. See Foolish Mortals Round One and Foolish Mortals Round Three for tropes on previous, and returning characters.

     Round 2 Characters 

Amanda Lockheart

One of the victims (and culprits) of Week 4 (Case 3).

  • Medium Awareness: As a "real person", she possesses excellent knowledge of the Disney Canon, and of it's many characters. She even knows Walt.

Belle Lecoeur

The victim of Week 5 (Case 4).

  • Cute Bookworm: Spends much of her time in the library, which is where her body is discovered.
  • Daddy's Girl: Speaks fondly of her father and expresses worry for him often.
  • Plucky Girl: Doesn't let the game get her down, and isn't afraid to mouth off to Rod as often as she can.
  • Brooding Boy, Gentle Girl: With Kylo.


Made it to the survivor pool.

  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: Wears nothing but a vest and hat.
  • Hypocrite: Becomes very disappointed following the reveal that Oswald was Rod's mole. He went behind everyone's backs and worked briefly with Frollo all the same.

Cornelia Hale

The victim of Week 6 (Case 5).

Dipper Pines

One of the victims of Week 3 (Case 2).

Donald Duck

Made it to the survivor pool.


Punished during Week 2.


The culprit of Week 3 (Case 2).

Kylo Ren

One of the victims (and culprits) of Week 5 (Case 4).

  • Defrosting Sith Lord: Comes to develop a fondness for Belle which slowly tones down his usual anger. It's ultimately what leads to him being cleared of suspicion of her death... and what causes it in the first place.
  • Unstoppable Rage: Even with Ursula crushing him in her tentacles, and pouring poison down his throat, he still manages to kill her before succumbing to his own wounds.

Marnie Piper

Made it to the survivor pool.

  • Bratty Half-Pint: Has no qualms talking back to anyone she wants.
  • LastOfHerKind: The only adolescent to survive the round, as well as the only witch.


One of the victims of Week 3 (Case 2).

Oswald the Lucky Rabbit

Made it to the survivor pool.

Preston Northwest

The culprit of Week 2 (Case 1).

  • Abusive Parents: His treatment of Pacifica is horrific to say the least. And his plan was to be worse.
  • Ain't Too Proud to Beg: From the moment the host reveals himself to the moment he's found as a culprit of murder, Preston tries again and again to appeal to people with increasingly larger bribes.
  • Back from the Dead: Comes back post-Round 2 as a member of Hatbox Ghost's alliance of villains, joining them in invading Main Street.
  • Hate Sink: The most reviled character of the first two rounds. Recently usurped by Negaduck in Round 3.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: He points to almost everyone as a potential killer, for increasingly mean-spirited reasons. Which leads to Thalia punching him and revealing his guilt.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: Always on the edge of being outright racist or sexist, but is more obviously a classist monster.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Always treats himself as the most important person around, even when others could care less.
  • Tank Goodness: Rides in on one during the invasion of Main Street, one that shoots flaming money. The survivors steal it from him.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Even putting aside his murder of Vanellope, he takes particular aim at blaming Dipper for it.

Professor Ratigan

The culprit of Week 6 (Case 5).

  • Back from the Dead: Comes back post-Round 2 as a member of Hatbox Ghost's alliance of villains, joining them in the invasion of Main Street.
  • Foe Yay: With Chip, and confirmed with Basil.
  • Villain Song: Confesses via a reprise of "The World's Greatest Criminal Mind".

Reyna Avila Ramirez-Arellano

One of the culprits of Week 4 (Case 3).


Killed during Week 4.


Made it to the survivor pool.

  • Blue-and-Orange Morality: Since everyone in Halloween Town is already dead, she doesn't understand why the other guests are so upset about dying, and treats everything like a fun murder mystery game at first. It's only after she tries and fails to 'fix' Roxanne's corpse does it finally sink in that things here don't work like they do back home.
  • Creepy Good: Actually a pretty good person, but thinks all the horror and death are normal and fun.
  • Shipper on Deck: She's got notes where she muses on who should pair up with whom among the captives.
  • Stealth Hi/Bye: Has a habit of sneaking up on others, giving them a fright.


Killed during Week 4.

Tadashi Hamada

Made it to the survivor pool.

Thalia Grace

One of the victims of Week 4 (Case 3).

  • Action Girl: Definitely, as a trained warrior, and a follower of Artemis.


One of the victims (and culprits) of Week 5 (Case 4).

Vanellope von Schweetz

The victim of Week 2 (Case 1).

Virgil Hawkins

Made it to the survivor pool.

  • Nice Guy: An all-around good person. It's natural, since he's a superhero.

Yoshiya "Joshua" Kiryu

Made it to the survivor pool.


     Round 2 NPCs 

The Narrator/Rod

The main host of Round 2.

  • Break the Cutie: Before Walt suddenly shut down EPCOT, he was a genuinely nice person who would go out of his way to protect innocent people.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: In a sense. While he never physically appears in Round 1, The Friends on the Other Side reference a "Mister Se-" late in the round.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Normally only an observer at least, he claims to be, Word of God is that even he hates Preston and would have happily let the cast kill him instead of planning an execution.
  • Robotic Reveal: While he claimed upon first appearance to be an ageless godlike being, after being attacked by Frollo, both his voice and hologram starts glitching out, proving that he's just a computer simulation.

The Sanderson Sisters

John (Dad)

The new Host, following Rod's brief disappearance. Murdered by Frollo during the Mastermind trial.

  • Nice Guy: A simple family man who fills in for his friend and even makes the survivors lemonade for the trial he hosts to try and lighten the mood. Unfortunately, that trial was the fourth case.

Berry Bogswoggle



  • Big Bad: Possibly the other one besides Hatbox Ghost, seeing as he oversees the land of the dead, where all the dead characters are.
  • Deal with the Devil: His stock and trade, and attempts this on a couple of the survivors. They're not particularly good deals... but they're not supposed to be.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Hades tried to murder his own infant nephew, and even he thinks Buck Cluck is an absolutely worthless father.
  • Everyone Can See It: Already aware of Wendy's affections for Karolina. Not that it was much of a secret to begin with.
  • Manipulative Bastard: Annoys and distracts the survivors just long enough for the attack on Main Street to begin.
  • Your Soul Is Mine: As Lord of the Dead, he's naturally in charge of the Underworld where all the dead characters are being kept.

Bill Cipher

  • Back from the Dead: He claims to have been brought back after Ford's brother Stan recovered from a mindwipe. It's likely just him messing with Ford, seeing as certain other people are involved in this.
  • Everyone Can See It: Makes a blithe remark towards Elsa about her and Sophie, which not even she understands.
  • Evil Gloating: Can't help but gleefully celebrate the fact that he just murdered who is basically the creator of everything, including his own canon.
  • Unexpected Character: No one was expecting Bill to appear, let alone have a key role in the plot.


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