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Midnight
  • Crazy-Prepared: If you can think of it, then Midnight either has it in his Utility Belt, or he can build it from the contents thereof.
  • Grease Monkey: Trevor has a natural aptitude for working with engines of all types.
  • Psychic Block Defense: Psychics have a hard affecting Midnight, or even perceiving him.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Midnight's Cool Mask is designed to intentionally invoke this trope.
  • Secret Identity: It is not public knowledge that Trevor or his grandfather are/were Midnight.
  • Smoke Out: The original Midnight used chemicals for this. Thanks to his years of exposure to those chemicals, his grandson Trevor comes by it naturally.

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Miss Americana
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Cyberknife
  • Basement-Dweller: Gina's severe agoraphobia was the driving force behind her construction of the Miss Americana robot.
  • Genius Bruiser: The Miss Americana robot is effectively this when Gina is technopathically remote-controlling it.
  • Secret Identity: It is not public knowledge that Miss Americana is a robot, or that it is an inanimate object when not being technopathically remote-controlled by Gina.
  • Sexbot: The Miss Americana robot averts this trope. Under her clothes, she looks like a Barbie doll.

  • Hurricane of Puns: The list of Complications on her character sheet - "Grue Are You?", "Grue The Looking Glass," "Hide & Grue," "Grue The Best!", and "Congrueity."

Mister Strix

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Nick Cimitiere
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Nighthawk

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Ouroboros

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