These are the characters that appear in the HGS Lore, which is covered by its two RP threads Convergence (CVG) and Another Side, Another Story (ASAS). For the Nominators, their tributes and villains, check their respective pages.
President Coriolanus Snow
- "Hope, it is the only thing stronger than fear."
- Actually a Doombot: In Convergence, he deploys robotic versions of himself called Snowclones in the Arena to ensure that he doesn't die when he's not fighting as a tribute. Averted however after Katniss and Peeta destroyed them all, and Billy dumped the real him alongside Coin to the Arena.
- Asshole Victim: Considering that he has committed numerous atrocities in the Capitol, most people would rejoice whenever he dies, over and over again.
- Butt-Monkey: It's unknown if even the veteran players know just how many times he's died.
- Malicious Misnaming: President "Evil Santa" and "Snowball" by Ichigo Montoya in Convergence.
- President Evil: He's the tyrannical president of Panem.
- Resurrective Immortality: A possible explanation of how he regularly comes back to life only to die again is that he possesses the power to resurrect himself.
- Show Within a Show: In Convergence, he has a "children's" show called "Future of Panem", which is just propaganda about killing everyone who opposes him.
- They Killed Kenny Again: Ever since he entered the arena in OG Season 155, he regularly gets killed off over and over again. By the time of OG Season 181, the Hunger Games' resident President Evil along with his clone get nominated as two separate tributes, they both get killed in the same season, and then he gets kidnapped by Hades in the Underworld. Not that anyone has a problem, though, considering how much of an asshole he is.
- Took a Level in Badass: Tired of being constantly beaten up by the tributes, he stepped up his game in Reboot Season 40 and won, despite Susie somehow killing him while he was, for lack of a better term, still alive.note
- The Bus Came Back: She finally makes a comeback in OG Season 249, only to get killed anti-climatically when she gloats to Johnny Joestar that no ordinary human can kill her. Not that she would stay dead anyway.
- Hidden Agenda Villain: Her motivation to interfere with the Hunger Games remains unclear.
- President Evil: Became one immediately, like her predecessor after she took power in a coup.
- The Coup: Led one under Billy's secret support, as well as Katniss and Peeta's aid. She succeeded and became the new president. However, this lasted less than a day as Katniss assassinated her again after seeing her atrocities.
- The Ghost: In-Universe example. Ever since she was shot with an arrow by Katniss, she is never seen again in all the subsequent Hunger Games seasons, only Snow himself is familiar with her. It is implied that Snow deliberately wiped out all of her records so that everyone would forget about her.
- Cult of Personality: Has one centered around Panemian presidents like her that "Archangel" Markus Hasselhoff made, though she is unwilling about it.
The Hunger Games Simulation Server
- Ret-Gone: Should any of the listed tribute be deleted from the server during the season, they effectively die, as deletion from the tribute list is the equivalent of being wiped out of existence.
The Arena Forcefield
- Returning War Vet: Was technically this through her participation in the Rebellion before the current game happened, as well when she participated in President Coin's second coup around Season 69.
The BigfootThe Famous cryptid himself living in the arena.
- Arch-Enemy: The Hunter. He's trying to kill Bigfoot, though Biggy often tries to return the favour- But both of them always kill hapless tributes thinking it's the other, Many times.
- Bigfoot, Sasquatch and Yeti: The Big (Footed) Man Himself.
- Riddle for the Ages: How did the famous Bigfoot get in the arena? Was he a former tribute who escaped getting killed, and has since then hid in the arena? When did he learn how to use a gun?
The HunterA Hunter trying to kill bigfoot.
- Arch-Enemy: Bigfoot. The Hunter's always trying to kill the elusive cryptid, who often attempts to return the favor. But only they only end up killing Nominees thinking it's the other. Everytime.
- The Hunter: Of Bigfoot.
- Riddle for the Ages: How did a hunter get in through the forcefield? Did the Capitol send him to hunt down the Sasquatch?
Leonard SuttonThe official host of the Multiversal Hunger Games, he is a showman who can switch styles depending on the season he hosts.
The official host of the Multiversal Hunger Games, he is a showman who can switch styles depending on the season he hosts.
Julius ProphetusThe head gamemaker of the Multiversal Hunger Games, he is an old man in his 60's who watch over the different gamemakers that run the Game each season, as well as overseeing other aspects.
- Meaningful Name: His surname, Prophetus, means prophet in latin. Pretty meaningful as it follows both the Roman theme naming in Panem, as well as the nature of how a season is run and his position.
- Past-Life Memories: He revealed himself as a survivor from the OG timeline, overseeing since the very first season there as Haymitch's successor.
- Resurrective Immortality: Posseses this thanks to Panem tech resurrecting him every time he gets killed. It was shown when Igor killed him alongside Scroop in Season 93, only for his fellow gamemakers to resurrect him.
The President Snowclones
- Badass Army: Invoked, they are advertised and presented under this image, as an elite army answering only to President Snow. In truth, they are nothing more than Mooks designed to be mowed down by any other tribute.
- Clone Army: A clone army created by President Snow to serve under him.
- Meaningful Name: The name "Snowclone Army" has a double meaning. Not only it is derived from the term "Snowclones", the practice of naming tropes by making puns after existing tropes, it also means that these clones are the clones of President Snow himself. In fact, the Snowclones are created by infusing the DNA of fallen tributes with President Snow's DNA.
President Snowclone Model PSC-00
- Flawed Prototype: Being an unaltered clone, he inherits the weak, frail body of the real Snow, and he does not possess any combat skill like all of his successors have.
- Monster Progenitor: He's the very first President Snowclone ever created, and he serves as the basis of all the subsequent Snowclones.
President Snowclone Model PSC-01
- Evil Counterpart: Of the Hunger Games tributes in general. These soldiers contain the DNA and combat data of fallen tributes, which allows them to emulate a fallen tribute's behavior.
- Faceless Goons: They never put off their helmets, perhaps for a good reason. Some of the Snowclones Soldiers are made of the corpses of group tributes, Lovecraftian creatures, or even planets and abstract concept.
- Mooks: They're grunt units with a below average combat prowess, and it's not difficult to take down a legion of them.
- We Can Rebuild Him: Whenever they get destroyed, they can be quickly repaired with spare parts. Given how regularly everyone nominates tributes to the field, Snow can quickly get all the spare parts to repair the clones.
President Snowclone Model PSC-01S
President Snowclone Model PSC-01TRecon units of President Snowclone Model PSC-01, the Snowclone Troopers patrol the field with speeder bikes. Their role is to collect data of various tributes and reconstruct them in the form of Snowclone Soldiers.
The Science Center
Research & Development
The head of the Tribute Research Department who researches about the tributes and fills 6k1 in on any seasons that she missed. She also nominates 6k1's tributes when the latter's too busy to do so herself.
- Last-Name Basis: He usually goes by Phoenix.
- Meaningful Name: His last name is the mythological bird of death and rebirth, fitting for a doctor who specializes in reviving tributes.
- Mr. Exposition: Explained to 6k1 about what happened to her and her scientists during the battle between Valecor and Nightmare Scipion, and also how the Necromancy/Medical Department works.
- Verbal Tic: "Is it/Are they not?"
Station of Multiversal Travel
- The Ghost: So far, she's the only scientist who has yet to make a physical appearance. This because she rarely gets out of her office. She finally makes a physical appearance during the rescue mission to save Psyche and the BTS ARMY from Ultra Deep Sea.
- Meaningful Name: She's named after the peregrine falcon, the fastest bird in the world, fitting for someone who specializes in travel. Her last name sounds like "portal", which she uses for 6k1's tributes.
- Shrinking Violet: She rarely gets out of her office because she's shy.
- Skunk Stripe: She has a green streak in her short, brown hair.
- Thinking Up Portals: She summons portals for 6k1 and her tributes whenever they travel to far-off places.
- First CVG appearance: Post 3958 (pre-split)
One of the scientists responsible for maintaining the arena to make sure the games don't go haywire. Is often the voice of reason among his colleagues.
- First CVG appearance: Post 3958 (pre-split)
One of Hal's colleagues, who dabbles in more mad science than Hal is willing to.
- Create Your Own Villain: He created Valecor, though he certainly didn't intend on him ending up the way he did.
- Mad Scientist: Enjoys inventing outlandish gadgets and conducting crazy science experiments.
- Name's the Same: Is definitely not to be confused with Dave the Assassin.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: His fate was left unknown after President Snow, whom he was loyal to, was overthrown.
- Sacrificial Lamb: Was killed off to demonstrate how much 6k1 cares about her employees.
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon World
The Rescue Squad
The Leader of the Rescue Squad. He's noble, but a bit naive Lucario who seeks to make the world better.
- Arch-Enemy: With Scipion. The Zoroark hates him more than Gamechanger or anyone else, while Aaron is disgusted by the Zoroark's sadism.
- Aura Vision: He can use his aura to see through people's minds although it's still very limited because he is not old enough to fully master it.
- Badwiththe Bone: His weapon of choice is a bone made of aura he summons using Bone Rush. Depending on the size, it serves as either a sword or a spear.
- Childhood Friends: With Lucian. Aaron first met him when he was rescuing him from a cave when they were a young Riolu and Rockruff, respectively.
- Cuddle Bug: He likes hugging his friends but he often forgets that he might impale them with his chest spike.
- Guilt Complex: Whenever something really bad happens near him, he tends to take the blame for it or think that he could have done more. He blamed himself for Scipion attacking him and 6k1, and did so again after watching the Second Reboot Nominator Games (Season 100).
- Dork Knight: A rather silly hero. For example, he was disturbed when Muffet offered him some food baked with literal spiders and turns out to be a very bad gamer, as seen during aSuper Smash Bros. Ultimate tournament held during Bale's party.
- Foil: To Scipion. They're both canine leaders of their respective teams, but Aaron is a heroic rescuer who feels guilty when he fails to save others while Scipion is a ruthless killer who enjoys every second of slaughter.
- The Hero: Usually how he behaves. Also how he is considered back in his homeworld after his team's numerous victories against Scipion.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Even after being injured by an enraged Scipion, he eventually hold him off and begged Scipion to kill him to save 6k1 and his friends. Fortunately, Giratina managed to stop Scipion's rampage in time.
- The Idealist: Despite occasionally having moments of anger and hatred, he remains at large a Nice Guy who wants everyone else to be happy and the world at large to be better.
- Nice Guy: Is well-spoken and kind towards people of all kinds.
- Super Mode: Can Mega Evolve even without his Mega Stone through sheer determination, something only a few Pokémon from his world can do.
A wild-tempered Charmeleon. He acts as The Big Guy of the Squad.
- Big Eater: To the point that he even forgets to share his meals.
- Brains and Brawn: The Brawn to Tokage's Brains.
- Casual Danger Dialog: Tends to crack jokes and other one-liners while fighting.
- Foil: To Onox. They're both the brawn in their respective teams, look up to their leaders, and love eating, Alex rescues Pokémon while Onox kills them. Alex is also smarter than him, and he also realized their similarties before their battle.
- Hot-Blooded: Has a tendency to overreact to even minor things and charge headlong without much of a plan.
- Nice Hat: Never seen without his hat. It came from his late father, a former rescuer.
- Why Did It Haveto Be Snakes: Has a fear of water, which Scipion used to his advantage when they first met by throwing him into a lake. He learned to conquer his fear during his training by rescuing his friends from the bottom of a pool after Reshiram and Zekrom threw them in there, too.
A calm and stoic Grovyle. He is The Smart Guy of the group.
- Brains and Brawn: The Brains to Alex's Brawn.
- Chameleon Camouflage: His main ability, allowing him to spy on people.
- Fragile Speedster: He is the fastest but physically weakest member of the trio.
- Foil: To Morgan. They're both the brains of their respective teams, but Tokage plays fair and rescues Pokémon while Morgan uses underhanded tactics in combat and kills Pokémon.
- Lovable Rogue: Will gladly steal others' belongings, but is otherwise a Nice Guy.
- The Stoic: Due to his past as a loner, he is usually very calm and does not show his emotions a lot.
- The Strategist: As the smartest member of the group he makes the plans and strategies of the team.
The Blue Wings
A rescue team composed of a duo. They're older than the Rescue Squad. They eventually become a gay couple after season 115.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 1684
An Inteleon and the leader of the duo. He's a classy, rich gentleman and is very confident.
- The Beard: It's only after Arthur confronted him about a sudden kiss right before their death in Season 115 that he is forced, and even realize his true feelings towards the Decidueye
- Blue Blood: His ancestors were rich aristocrats who were also rescuers. That's why he is so proud of himself and he behaves like one.
- The Charmer: Being a true gentleman and a boaster, he is very popular among female Pokémon, but he never got as far as sleeping with them. This is all just a cover-up to hide that he's gay, and believes that his reputation might be tarnished if he's outed.
- Gentleman and a Scholar: He's cultured, intelligent, and likes to be chivalrous.
- Insufferable Genius: Genuinely smart but very full of himself and tends to put others down due to his ego.
- Jerkwith A Heart Of Gold: Despite his ego and looking down on others, he's still a nice guy that cares about people, especially Arthur.
- Non-Idle Rich: He's already wealthy but still works as a rescuer.
- Prone to Tears: Because of his sensitivity he tends to cry like a Sobble at times.
- Screams Like a Little Girl: Does this whenever he's surprised or really scared.
- Spiders Are Scary: He has arachnophobia, to the point that even a tiny Spinarak scares him to the core.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 1684
A quiet Decidueye and James' partner. Unlike his friend, he is cold, stoic, and humble.
- The Alcoholic: He drinks a lot, beer especially. Somehow, it's very hard for him to get drunk.
- Anti-Hero: He's not above doing unsavory actions or being merciless if he is against an irredeemable villain, should they contribute to a perceived greater good.
- Foil: To James. He's a true strategist and is far less arrogant, allowing him to study his opponents more easily.
- Cold Sniper: He's a very skilled archer and will not hesitate to kill if necessary.
- Humble Hero: Unlike James, he doesn't really like being in the spotlight or receiving rewards for his deed. He also respects any other heroes.
- Informed Loner: Allegedly not social yet he doesn't mind socializing with others.
- Straight Gay: Downplayed since he never cared about this before, although his actual feelings were subtle, like being grumpy when James approached girls.
- The Stoic: He hardly displays emotion of any kind.
- Undying Loyalty: Towards James.
The Cosmic Crusaders
- First ASAS appearance: Post 1838
A Hattrem who is the leader of the Cosmic Crusaders and Cassiopeia's good friend.
- The Fake Cutie: Despite her looks, she can quite a vicious opponent.
- Hot-Blooded: Gets angry and carried away often when it comes to people like Ribbons.
- I'm a Humanitarian: She and her mother like hunting other Pokémon, to Cassie and August's shock.
- Sweet Tooth: Her favorite food is chocolate and she likes a lot of sweet stuff.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Has a fear of Ghosts, given her weakness to them.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 1838
- First ASAS appearance: Post 2534
A Luxio who is the most recent addition to the Cosmic Crusaders team.
- Accidental Misnaming: Accidentally called Ribbons by her birth name, "Bow", which she took offense to because it was her dead name.
- Childhood Friends: She has known Ribbons ever since they came out of their eggs.
- Meaningful Name: August is the month in which the zodiac Leo falls under. Guess what animal that represents that zodiac.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 1552note
A wild Greninja and Tokage's adoptive father.
- Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: While Tokage is calm, collected, Proteus is a bit naive and playful. For example, he likes to mess with Alex's hydrophobia.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Despite his nice personality, he can be a very efficient warrior.
- Good Parents: He cares about his adoptive son despite being a wild Pokemon. He acts as an Old Master, having taught him how to fight and is also very nice to Tokage's friends.
- Meaningful Name: He's named after Protean, his species' Hidden Ability that lets him change his typing depending on his attacks.
- Parental Substitute: To Tokage.
- Rugged Scar: He looks like Ash-Greninja because of Persephone's experiments on him.
A Dusk Lycanroc and Aaron's Best Friend. He works at the Expedition Society's library.
- Actual Pacifist: He absolutely hates any kind of violence and even hate fighting at all.
- Childhood Friends: He has known Aaron ever since he was a Rockruff while the latter was a Riolu.
- Bewarethe Quiet Ones: When angered, which is very rare, he becomes violent, something he inherited from his transformation into a Midnight Lycanroc.
- Cowardly Sidekick: Although he works with rescue teams, he prefers not to be in the battlefield.
- Gadgeteer Genius: He's a Smart Guy and a great inventor, being passionate about technology.
- Shrinking Violet: He's very shy towards strangers and believes that he is worthless in battle.
- My God, What Have I Done?: He was clearly traumatised when he was hypnotised and turned into a Ax-Crazy Midnight Lycanroc by an evil relic.
AR World Characters
- First CVG Appearance:First ASAS Appearance: Post 2253
- First CVG Appearance: Post 2281
Kamen Rider World(s)
- First CVG Appearance: Post 2522
- Ascended Extra: Only made 2 cameo appearances in Convergence (Although one of them was setting up a plot point for later on the story) but has far more of a role in Another Side Another Story.
- Awesome, but Impractical: He upgraded the Neo-Decadriver to allow him to access the full power of all the other Riders' final forms, but he can only use it effectively in battle for a minute, as it drains his strength completely.
- Mysterious Backer: He provides a Den Liner Ticket to the Legion of Justice, to assist them in the future without doing much else or revealing much about himself to them.
- The Worf Effect: Makes short work of Thanos with the Kuuga/Rising Ultimate cards and powers.
An interdimensional thief and one of Tsukasa's closest allies/rival who can turn into Kamen Rider Diend. He assists the heroes in the Legion of Doom Arc.
- Ascended Extra: Was merely mentioned in Convergence but appears in the flesh during the finale of the Legion of Doom Arc in Another Side Another Story.
- Big Damn Heroes: Arrives to help the weakened and tired heroes fight Machinedramon with Godzilla.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Dishes one out to Emperor Palpatine, even stealing his lightsabers before finishing him off.
- The Ghost: In Convergence he was only given a passing mention by Tsukasa and made no onscreen appearances.
- First ASAS Appearance: Post 2311
- The Cavalry Arrives Late: He comes into action in Another Side Another Story right after the defeat of the Legion, rendering his effort to help useless.
- Friendly Enemy: To Decade. Turns out he was just chasing him to yell how awesome he is at handling threats.
- No-Sell: He's immune to the effects of the Convergence.
- Wild Card: Helps out the members of the Legion of Justice, while simultaneously pursuing Decade across the Multiverse.
- Big Damn Heroes:Save the Legion of Justice from falling victim to the Legion of Doom's plan.
- Brutal Honesty: Doesn't pull any punches in the delivery of his words. If he feels like saying something to someone else, he'll do it.
- Curbstomp Battle: In Super Climax Form he delivers one to Hela.
- Easily Forgiven: Averted. He is one of the few characters who doesn't forgives Bale for his actions, even getting angry at him for trying to request a train ride on the Den-Liner.
- Get A Hold Of Yourself Man: Does this to Bale during their ride on the Den-Liner calling him out on hiding in shame of his actions instead of being straightforward with his friends.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Pudding and Naomi's coffee. As usual.
- The Worf Effect: To Hela in his Super Climax Form.
- Cool Old Guy: He is a calm, collected and eccentric mentor who is more than willing to help out against the Legion and lets the Nominators ride on the Den-Liner on their way to the 2nd Reboot Nominator Games (Season 100).
Treatlings are food that are seemingly brought to life from an unusual meteor shower. While some are just scared, some could come off as hostile.
- Anthropomorphic Food: They're food items that were brought to life from the star-shaped objects from space.
- Carnivore Confusion: They can eat nonsentient food, but no one seems to mind. In fact, it helps them power up or transform.
- Edible Theme Naming: Their last names are the kind of food they are.
- Star Power: Their powers and sentience come from the Star Energy inside them.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 1600 (unnamed)
This mysterious creature, resembling a stereotypical Magical Girl mascot, is created when a piece of Kirby's candy came into contact with a star-shaped object from space. A friendly character, he desires to help innocents.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 1628 (unnamed)
Sally Shortcake, or just Strawberry Shortcake, is a sweet strawberry shortcake that was brought to life like the rest of the treatlings. She doesn't seem powerful, but using her mysterious power, she can transform into a human-like form equipped with odd powers. She somewhat resembles an adorable witch in this form. She desires to help people. However, she doesn't seem to be content to fighting antagonistic forces.
A Treatling derived from a chocolate bar. She is first found when she stole Magolor's gift to 6001.
One of the few male Treatlings, he is derived from a cinnamon roll. A good friend of the Chocolate Treatling.
Tactical Beasts are war machines that were brought to life in the same meteor shower as the Treatlings. They are mysterious beings with the agenda of destroying the Neon Quarters, and are secretly in the same side as the Winter's End. Currently, they are working in secret.
The most notable member is Panzerfreund. They are living tanks who lead the revolution.
- First ASAS appearance: [https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=15737140660A52768800&page=70#comment-1741 Post 1741]] (unnamed)
The self-proclaimed leader of the Panzerlings, she packs mean firepower. She bonded with Rick after a night. Despite her cuteness, she can be good at blasting enemies. Surprisingly, she likes pastries.
Bullet-like beings that wield guns.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 1746 (flashback)
Leader of the Bullet Corps, they similarly bonded with Rick after an incident. She packs mean bullets and is very good at turning enemies into honeycombs. Despite this, she's a fan of French cuisine.
Ships, many of which resemble some form of sea animal.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 1741 (unnamed)
A destroyer ship crossed with a tuna fish. She's a friendly shipgirl that is more ship than girl (at least for now). Likes Japanese cuisine and seafood. She first bonded with Kine.
Power Stroke's Family
Power's paternal aunt, who's a rich lawyer who has raised her since she was a filly. She's overprotective of her niece, but has since trusted Ichigo with visiting them anytime.
- Affectionate Nickname: She's called "Mira" by her family.
- Adult Fear: Her worst fear is losing her niece to people who think she's worthless, as shown in her nightmare by Valecor when she witnessed Power being killed by her nominator friends for that. In fact, she cried so hard when she saw Power die in the Bloodbath of the 1st Nominator Games (OT Season 100) and immediately stopped watching.
- Afraid of Blood: She can't stand the sight of blood, so she fainted when Himiko Toga extracted Vandal's blood in Reboot Season 106.
- Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: She tends to embarrass her niece in front of others, especially Ichi, such as when she called her by her foalhood nickname "Pow-Pow" in front of him before Power's Reboot Season 61 watch party with him and Ralsei; and when she showed him Power's baby pictures just before the 2nd Reboot Nominator Games (Season 100).
- Arbitrary Skepticism: Often questions the logic of the Games, despite being from a universe where magic is commonplace.
- Color-Coded Wizardry: Her magic aura's gold in contrast with her niece's silver.
- Control Freak: She makes plans for everything and doesn't like it when they're ruined, but she's willing to put them on hold during tough times, like when Power mourned the loss of her clone Pointy during Reboot Season 60 while she was preparing the house for the watch party the following season.
- Cool Aunt: She has certainly raised her niece well despite all the challenges that come with it, and she's just as friendly as her when it comes to getting along with the others.
- Family Theme Naming: Both she and her brother Fair Trial, who's a law professor, have a law theme in their names.
- Hidden Depths:
- Meaningful Name: The Miranda Rights is the statement given by the police to criminal suspects advising them to their right to silence and the right to a lawyer before their questioning in court.
- My Beloved Smother: She just wants to keep her niece safe, but she goes overboard by requiring others to ask permission before they enter their house, letting Power call her whenever there's danger, setting a curfew that she be home before dinner, advising her to lock her bedroom door at night, and making her spill every last detail about her adventures.
- Nephewism: She has raised Power ever since the latter was a filly. Power still lives with her, but the former's allowed to make her own decisions since she's an adult.
- Open-Minded Parent: Despite her overprotectiveness, she allows her niece to make her own decisions, and she also doesn't mind her being a fan of the Multiversal death match. She did get concerned upon hearing about Power crying over Psyche's death in Reboot Season 58, though, and she and Soothing Heart advised her to stop participating altogether after hearing about her trauma in the 2nd Reboot Nominator Games.
- Rules Lawyer: Literally when she oversaw 6k1 and Twilight Sparkle's Monopoly game during Bale's party.
- Scales of Justice: Her cutie mark is an open scroll with the justice scales inside, representing her talent in law.
- Squish the Cheeks: Couldn't help but squish Ralsei's fluffy cheeks during the S61 watch party, much to both his and Power's chagrins.
- Straight Man and Wise Guy: The Wise Girl to Heart's Straight Mare. Miranda likes serious things and is level-headed while Heart likes amusing things and often has her head in the clouds.
- Supreme Chef:
- She can cook various dishes, both local and international, even researching about recipes from other worlds. She learned to cook after Power was born, and she's helping out with Five Star and Rainbow Spice's restaurant, which they opened around two years before the S61 watch party.
- She also thought of putting up a cooking school in the Arena, hoping to replace Scipion's, which was a trap, but decided against it because she's not a nominator and has other responsibilities.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 2506note
Power's father and Miranda's younger brother who's a law professor. He imposes strict rules in the household, but is understanding of his family's needs.
- Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: He wears a gray-and-white necktie.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Like his youngest daughter, he will get angry if one pushes his buttons.
- Big Fun: Is said to be chubby and is a fun-loving father.
- Big Little Brother: He's One Head Taller than his sister Miranda.
- Childhood Friend Romance: How he and Heart got together. They were next-door neighbors as foals, and they started dating in high school after winning a musical competition together. They then had to separate four years into their relationship to study for their careers, but reunited after graduation and eventually got married.
- Embarrassing Nickname: "Fairy", his wife's pet name for him, which he thinks is "too girly" for him.
- Family Theme Naming: Both he and Miranda Rights, who's a lawyer, have a law theme in their names.
- Good Parents: Despite his busyness, he has certainly raised his children well.
- Hidden Depths: Likes rock music and is good at playing guitar, and even has a music room in his house.
- Horn Attack: Like his youngest daughter, he uses his horn as a stabbing weapon to compensate for lacking an earth pony's physical strength.
- Meaningful Name: Every person has the right to undergo a fair and impartial trial by a judge before being given their due punishment.
- Overprotective Dad:
- While he's understanding of his family's needs, he imposes strict rules in the household. He's not afraid to put his hoof down whenever his children get into a fight. He also requires Power to call him immediately if there's any danger.
- Towards the end of Bale's party, Scipion, who was temporarily de-evolved into a Zorua, turned back into a Zoroark. Trial threatened to stab him if he tried harming Power, then demanded her to leave early, much to her protests. He was called out for this by his family since the others would take care of Scipion if he wreaks havoc at the party. Giratina also advised Trial to let Power decide if she wants to go home, for she's grown-up and thus knows the consequences of attending it.
- Papa Wolf: Mess with his children, especially Power, and you'll be meeting the business end of his horn.
- Pink Girl, Blue Boy: He's a blue stallion while his wife's a pink mare.
- Sickeningly Sweethearts: When they were younger, he and Soothing Heart used to be just as affectionate with each other as Ichi and Power are with the petting and cute nicknames. And even in the present, they're not afraid to show their affections in front of their kids, though they don't mind it.
- Strong Family Resemblance: His youngest daughter's like a female version of himself, inheriting his short black mane, blue coat, and brown eyes. She also inherited his tendency to flare up when provoked.
- Sweet Tooth: Enjoys stuffing his face with dessert, much to his wife's chagrin.Heart: I've been trying to get him to lose weight, but he just can't help it!
- When You Coming Home, Dad?: He and Heart were too busy to take care of Power as a filly, so they left her with Miranda whenever they went to work. They also hired a nanny to tend to her sisters, and when they were older, Five Star would watch over Moon River while their parents were out. Despite that, Trial and Heart still did their part in raising their kids.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 2436note
Power's mother and Miranda's sister-in-law who's a doctor. She does her best to maintain happiness in the household, but tends to be lost in thought.
- Affectionate Nickname: "Hearty", her husband's pet name for her.
- Childhood Friend Romance: How she and Trial got together. They were next-door neighbors as foals, and they started dating in high school after winning a musical competition together. They then had to separate four years into their relationship to study for their careers, but reunited after graduation and eventually got married.
- Cloudcuckoolander: She often gets lost in thought and forgets or drops her things. Miranda wonders how she's still a doctor despite her clumsiness.
- Color-Coded Wizardry: Her magic aura's mint green.
- Good Parents: Despite her busyness, she has certainly raised her children well.
- Hidden Depths:
- Likes old-timey cartoons, which she used to watch in the cinema back in the day.
- She was also a singer before committing herself to studying medicine.
- Additionally, it's implied that she's a good swimmer, which was passed down to Power.
- Meaningful Name: She soothes her patients after healing them, and her cutie mark's a heart inside a green circle.
- The Medic: Played with. While she's a doctor, her magic can't heal injuries. Instead, she uses a soothing spell to calm her patients after their treatment, and it has helped in stopping Power's anxiety attacks as a filly.
- Pink Girl, Blue Boy: She's a pink mare while her husband's a blue stallion.
- Sickeningly Sweethearts: When they were younger, she and Fair Trial used to be just as affectionate with each other as Ichi and Power are with the petting and cute nicknames. And even in the present, they're not afraid to show their affections in front of their kids, though they don't mind it.
- Sleepyhead: Often dozes off at inconvenient times, like when her daughter told her friends about her bonding moments with Ichi and while watching Reboot Season 102 with the other guests before the pre-party meeting for Bale's.
- Straight Man and Wise Guy: The Straight Mare to Miranda's Wise Girl. Heart likes amusing things and often has her head in the clouds while Miranda likes serious things and is level-headed.
- Strong Family Resemblance: Her second child Moon River's a loonier mini-version of herself, inheriting her brown mane and pink coat.
- When You Coming Home, Dad?: She and Trial were too busy to take care of Power as a filly, so they left her with Miranda whenever they went to work. They also hired a nanny to tend to her sisters, and when they were older, Five Star would watch over Moon River while their parents were out. Despite that, Trial and Heart still did their part in raising their kids.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 3567note
Power's eldest sister who owns a restaurant with her husband Rainbow Spice and also sells decorative soaps. She's a snooty businessmare who's more interested in expanding her horizons in her career than in watching the Games, but deep down she cares for her family.
- Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: She wears a golden bowtie and earrings.
- Afraid of Blood: Implied. She took up entrepreneurship because she chickened out from dissecting a frog when she took up Medicine to follow in her mother's hoofsteps.
- Big Sister Bully: Was this to Moon River when they were younger, making fun of her defective magic due to being born prematurely and her delay at getting her cutie mark.
- Career Versus Man: One of her arguments with her father in the past involved a misunderstanding regarding the future of her and her then-boyfriend's restaurant. It ended with her running away but she came back the next day after realizing that Trial was right.
- Family Business: She and Spice own a restaurant called StarSpice, where the former focuses on the logistics while the latter does most of the cooking, and Miranda helps them in coming up with new recipes. Star also sells decorative soaps as an additional business venture.
- Family Theme Naming: Both she and Moon have Stellar Names.
- Fat and Skinny: The Skinny to Moon's Fat, although her picture doesn't show it.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Responsible to Moon's Foolish since she's serious about her job while Moon lives carefree.
- The Glorious War of Sisterly Rivalry: The prim-and-proper Star used to fight with the carefree, peppy Moon when they were fillies. Their fights were so bad their nanny struggled with pacifying them and their dad almost always threw them into their rooms and gave them stern lectures. They're on good terms in the present, but they still argue from time to time.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She may be a stubborn mare who refuses to listen to her father and can't stand Moon's antics, but she loves her family nonetheless. She even watches the Hunger Games with Power even if the former can't understand its weirdness.
- Meaningful Name: Businesses such as restaurants are usually reviewed using the five-star rating system.
- Strong Family Resemblance: She inherited her mom's brown mane and purple eyes and her dad's blue coat, although it's closer to purple. She also inherited her aunt's squeamishness and also her obsession with planning.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 3567note
Power's second eldest sister who loves reading just as much as her. She's a hyperactive pony who loves her "baby sister", and she became a fan of the Multiversal Hunger Games thanks to her.
- Affectionate Nickname: Her family calls her "Moony".
- Big Eater: Like her dad, she likes stuffing herself with food, much to her mom's concern.
- The Call Put Me on Hold: She was the last among her sisters to get her cutie mark, only getting it late into her teenhood, and she was bullied by Five Star for it growing up.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Even more so than her mother. She's enthusiastic at anything she finds fun and enjoys being with her family, especially Power.
- Cool Big Sis: She used to watch movies with Power every weekend and she tackle-hugs her whenever she visits her.
- Cute Bookworm: Like Power, she enjoys reading, but unlike her, she has read the original Hunger Games.
- Family Theme Naming: Both she and Star have Stellar Names.
- Fat and Skinny: The Fat to Star's Skinny, although her picture doesn't show it.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Foolish to Star's Responsible since she lives carefree while Star's serious about her job.
- The Glorious War of Sisterly Rivalry: The carefree, peppy Moon used to fight with the prim-and-proper Star when they were fillies. Their fights were so bad their nanny struggled with pacifying them and their dad almost always threw them into their rooms and gave them stern lectures. They're on good terms in the present, but they still argue from time to time.
- Inept Mage: She envies Power's magical talent because her own magic is weaker than hers due to being born prematurely.
- Multicolored Hair: She has purple stripes in her wavy brown mane.
- Nerd Glasses: Wears a pair of dark purple glasses and is an avid Bookworm.
- Punny Name: She's a lunatic who's named after the moon.
- Shout-Out: She's named after the song in Breakfast at Tiffany's, which was composed by Henry Mancini.
- Strong Family Resemblance: She's a loonier mini-version of her mom, inheriting her brown mane and pink coat. She also inherited her dad's brown eyes and love for food.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: She's afraid of heights, which was why she didn't ride the zipline when she and Power went up the mountains in one of their vacations.
The World of Infinite Creations - Three Entities
- The Omniscient Council of Vagueness: The Overseers watch over events occurring in creation.
- The Watcher: True to their name, the group simply watches over everything that happens to the nominators and the like, only intervening if they're forced to.
- You Cannot Grasp the True Form: Nobody, not even the Blight Ganons nor "Scattered Brain", knows what they look like under their hoods.