These are the side characters that appear in the HGS Lore, which is covered by its two RP threads Convergence (CVG) and Another Side, Another Story (ASAS). While they mostly stick to themselves, some of them have made the nominators' adventures exciting in one way or another. Others prefer working in the background, but contribute to the threads' lore in their own little ways.
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.
- Minor Major Character: Despite becoming the next president after Snow's second downfall, she and the Panemian government mostly work in the background, occasionally making major announcements of any changes to the Games.
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?
The official host of the Multiversal Hunger Games, he is a showman who can switch styles depending on the season he hosts.
- Arbitrary Skepticism: Despite being aware of how the Arena's Magitek works, he often questions the shenanigans the tributes get into.
- Cuckoolander Commentator: As he always switches up his hosting style every season, his commentary on the Games can become quite... entertaining.
- Deadline News: Not even Sutton is safe from the tributes. In Reboot Season 190, for example, the Qu invaded his hosting box and threw him down from a great height. Thankfully, the Healers revived him so he could host the rest of the season, but since it took them the entire night to revive him, Gamemaker Stella took over as substitute host until then.
- Depending on the Writer: While anyone can play as him, whoever is the host of the current season on the main thread has the most control of him in the RPs, explaining his changing hosting styles.
- Has a Type: In Reboot Season 204, he's revealed to have a thing for white-haired royal women, but despite that, he declined the Flame Emperor's bribe of 250,000,000 Panemian dollars to let them win.
- Leaning on the Fourth Wall: As most of his commentary is done on the main thread, his references to the events of the RPs are this.
- The Omniscient: He knows a lot for a host, not just from his research about the tributes. He also somehow knew about Power's Embarrassing Nickname and announced it to the entire Multiverse.
- Pungeon Master: Cracks a lot of bad puns about the tributes in his hosting.
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: Possesses 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.
- Color-Coded Speech: His dialogue is gold to represent his shirt under his lab coat.
- 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
- Color-Coded Speech: Her dialogue is green to represent the green streak on her hair.
- 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.
- 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. He can also use it to telepathically communicate with them.
- Bad with the 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.
- Badass Cape: He wears one along with a Nice Hat as part of his Halloween costume, and he decided to wear it even after the holiday because his friends liked it.
- "Brave the Ride" Plot: got through one alongside Lucian and Power at Las Pegasus's roller coaster, not wanting to leave the former riding it alone. He ended up fainting on it.
- Childhood Friends: With Lucian, back when they were a young Riolu and Rockruff, respectively. They're also very close.
- Cuddle Bug: He likes hugging his friends, especially Lucian, but he often forgets that he might impale them with his chest spike. He even hugged Sticky (or rather, Stanford in Sticky's body) despite the latter being a cactus.
- Dork Knight: He has his own silly moments. 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.
- 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).
- He Is All Grown Up: Aaron has certainly evolved, both literally and figuratively, since he and Lisa last saw each other as children, and Lisa was smitten by him when they met again as adults at Lilac's Hospital.
- Healing Hands: He can use Heal Pulse to heal his allies.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Lucian. Aaron really cares about him, to the point of almost being overprotective or becoming extremely angry if something happens to him.
- 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.
- Forgot About His Powers: Tends to forget to use his aura to read feelings and detect lies, to Scipion's frustration.
- The Fettered: He strongly believes in justice and do his best to help people.
- 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.
- Intergenerational Friendship: He's in his early 20s yet is close friends with Ralsei, who's childlike but around Kris and Susie's age, who are high schoolers.
- Interspecies Friendship: Although he is friendly towards most people he meets, he has a soft spot for Ralsei, considering the young goat a great friend.
- My Sensors Indicate You Want to Tap That: His aura can detect if people have romantic feelings for another. Subverted with Power since her friendship with Ichi doesn't go beyond that despite their affections, but played straight with James, Arthur, and Nick, who kept their polyamorous relationship a secret.
- 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.
- Thinking Up Portals: Can summon portals with his aura, but it takes him more energy to make portals to other universes than to local areas.
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.
- Blood Knight: He loves the thrill of battling and prefers fighting enemies his own strength.
- Brains and Brawn: The Brawn to Tokage's Brains.
- Casual Danger Dialog: Tends to crack jokes and other one-liners while fighting.
- Commonality Connection: He gets along well with Susie because they both love fighting.
- "Freaky Friday" Flip: With Wendy O. Koopa. He got upset not just over turning into a girl, but also over her ability to summon water bubbles.
- 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 similarities before their battle.
- To Nick. They're both fun-loving Fire-types, but Alex is afraid of water while Nick isn't. He's also way more hot-blooded and battle thirsty than the Cinderace.
- Hot-Blooded: Has a tendency to overreact to even minor things and charge headlong without much of a plan.
- Mundane Utility: He can use his tail to light up dark places such as caves.
- Nice Hat: Never seen without his hat. It was a handcrafted one inherited from his late father, a former rescuer.
- The Nicknamer: Likes giving his friends silly nicknames like "Lulu" for Lucian and "Kiki" for Oscar.
- No Guy Wants to Be Chased: When Wendy Koopa has a sudden crush on him during Las Pegasus' arc, he ends up having one of the worst moments of his life.
- Our Dragons Are Different: Has always dreamed of evolving into a Charizard and got his wish when he took one of Phoebe's potions in her lab, albeit temporarily because he still wants to evolve the "natural" way.
- Parental Abandonment: His father Flint, who was a Charizard and a famed rescuer, passed away before Alex met Aaron. He also never knew his mother growing up because Charizard couples leave it to one parent to raise their children.
- Sore Loser: Was upset when Kayla, who was a Lunatone at the time, defeated him in the Pokémon tournament because he thought he could defeat her despite the type disadvantage against him.
- Super Mode: His father handed down his Charizardite Y to him, which he can use as a Charizard when he evolves.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Has a childhood 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, but while he no longer freaks out at any sight of water, he's still afraid of swimming unless he's forced to. Not even switching bodies with Wendy could instantly make his fear go away for good.
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.
- A Dog Named "Dog": His name is Japanese for "lizard".
- 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.
- Happily Adopted: By Proteus, who conversely lost his children before adopting him.
- Interspecies Adoption: He's Grovyle who's adoptive father's a wild Ash-Greninja.
- Lovable Rogue: Will gladly steal others' belongings (much to Aaron's chagrin), but is otherwise a Nice Guy.
- Parental Abandonment: He lost his family as a young Treecko and was subsequently adopted by Proteus.
- The Stoic: Due to his past as a loner and having being raised by a wild Pokémon, 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 for the team.
- Super Mode: In preparation for Vahirom's fight, Tokage took Phoebe's Mega Evolution potion to temporarily become Mega Sceptile.
The Blue Wings/Fiery Blue Wings
A rescue team composed of a duo. They're older than the Rescue Squad. Arthur and James eventually become a gay couple after Reboot Season 115. Afterward, they become a trio once Nick joins them.
- Friendly Rivalry: To the Rescue Squad. They sometimes rub their accomplishments in their faces, but both rescue teams get along fairly well otherwise.
- Meaningful Rename: The team's name changed to the "Fiery Blue Wings" after Nick was accepted.
- Nice, Mean, and In-Between: Nick is nice, Arthur is mean, while James is in-between.
- Noble Male, Roguish Male: Prior to Nick's inclusion. James is a wealthy, true gentleman while Arthur is very quiet and comes from a poor family.
- Polyamory: They enter one after Arthur catches wind of James cheating on Nick so that all three of them would be happy together.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 1684
An Inteleon and the leader of the team. He's a classy, rich gentleman and is very confident.
- Agent Peacock: A flamboyant Inteleon who's obsessed with how he looks (to Arthur's chagrin), but is also a competent rescuer.
- 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 realizes 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.
- Commonality Connection: With fellow rescuer, Henry the Flygon from June's homeworld. Both are well-spoken, honorable, but also very confident, hammy and very regarding of their reputation.
- Gentleman and a Scholar: He's cultured, intelligent, and likes to be chivalrous.
- Insufferable Genius: Genuinely smart and strong but very full of himself and tends to put others down due to his ego. He especially likes to mess with Alex.
- Invisibility Ink: He can cloak himself with water to turn himself invisible.
- Irony: Despite being gay, he didn't think of Shelley, a female Golisopod, being attracted to another female when he discussed with Arthur and Nick the Love Triangle brewing between her, Tenn, and Henry. He thought that Shelley and Tenn were competing for Henry's affection when Shelley was crushing on Tenn, who started dating Henry after the "Henry Pines" Mission.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Despite his huge ego and looking down on others, he's still a nice guy that cares about people, especially his teammates. Being Aaron's rival also doesn't prevent him to appreciate the Lucario.
- Non-Idle Rich: He's already wealthy but still works as a rescuer. He even declined the money for completing the mission at Great Canyon, wanting to bask in the fame instead.
- Our Ghosts Are Different: He became a ghost during Reboot Season 151 after having his body destroyed by Takane Yamashiro. However, he didn't turn into a Ghost-type Pokémon like Clyde after he was resurrected by Persephone.
- Painful Transformation: Screamed in agony as Prince Henry slowly transformed him into a copy of himself with Evil Phoebe's scepter.
- Prone to Tears: Because of his hidden sensitivity, he tends to cry like a Sobble at times.
- Screams Like a Little Girl: Does this whenever he's surprised or really scared.
- Something Else Also Rises: His tail turns stiff whenever his boyfriends give him surprise kisses.
- Tuxedo and Martini: Usually, he wears a navy blue bow to look like his namesake. He even has a collection of the eponymous novels in his mansion and can wear other similar types of fancy navy blue accessories like a scarf or a collar with a tie.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: He has arachnophobia, to the point that even a tiny Spinarak scares him to the core. He's also squeamish towards bugs, which freaked him out when he had to help Aaron rescue Lucian and Wednesday in SR388, which was infested with Metroids. It took him a while to tolerate and then befriend the Bugtrio, especially Henry, because of his fear.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 1684
A quiet Decidueye and James' longtime partner. He is cold and stoic.
- The Alcoholic: He drinks a lot, beer especially. Somehow, it's very hard for him to get drunk.
- Anger Born of Worry: Afer James returned from the SR388 Mission, Arthur pinned him down and angrily demanded where he went off to because he didn't tell him beforehand. In James' defense, it was an urgent mission, but Arthur was still understandably worried about him.
- 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. He is also extremely rude when he is not silent.
- Archer Archetype: He's the typical no-nonsense archer.
- Baldness Angst: He hides his bald head under his hood and only allows his boyfriends to look at it.
- Cold Sniper: He's a very skilled archer and will not hesitate to kill if necessary. And unlike many Decidueyes, he can be extremely violent in physical fights.
- Crazy Jealous Guy: Was jealous of James hanging out with Nick, suspecting that the former was cheating on him. He turned out to be right when Clyde showed him his visions of what was going on between James and Nick during their mission at the Great Canyon, and he blamed Nick for "seducing" James away from him.
- Deadpan Snarker: The most sarcastic member of the team who often snarks at his teammates' actions.
- Everyone Has Standards: As snarky as he is, he wouldn't mock others with severe injuries, like Tenn's burned throat that rendered her mute.
- Good Is Not Nice: He clearly doesn't hesitate to hurt or insult allies when he feels like it. He's also way ruder towards James than Nick is, although they are still getting along well.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's not afraid to threaten others when provoked, but he'll compliment fighters who are just as good as him.
- Humble Hero: Unlike James, he doesn't really like being in the spotlight or receiving rewards for his deed.
- Informed Loner: Allegedly not social yet he doesn't mind socializing with others.
- Only Sane Man: He has the most common sense in the team and often has to knock it into James.
- The Stoic: He hardly displays emotion of any kind. Not so much when he's extremely provoked, like when he lashed out at Vahirom for planning to destroy the various Pokémon Worlds to purge all evil.
- Straight Gay: Downplayed since he never cared about this before, although his actual feelings were subtle, like being grumpy when James approached girls.
- Tsundere: Was this towards Nick after he entered his relationship with James. He didn't like Nick at first and threatened to kill him for "stealing" James from him, but he eventually admitted that he liked him, too.
- Undying Loyalty: Towards James and Nick, even though he's not always nice to them.
- Violently Protective Girlfriend: Gender-inverted and gay example: he will absolutely end those who dare hurt James or Nick, especially the former.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: While stoic and hard to impress, Arthur tends to freak out whenever close to a Mimikyu.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 4705
A Cinderace who joined the Blue Wings later in the story.
- Foil: To Alex. They're both fun-loving Fire-types, but Nick isn't afraid of water while Alex is. He is also more cool-headed than the Charmeleon.
- Gym Bunny: Literally, as he's a gay rabbit who's into sports. He even confessed his love for James, and he reciprocated, deciding to keep his affair with him a secret from Arthur until he was caught. Nick then entered a polyamorous relationship with James and Arthur so that they would be happy together.
- Lovable Jock: Generally, Nick is a very sporty Pokémon who likes football and is laid-back. In fact, he used to be the head of a sports club before he joined the rescue team.
- Mellow Fellow: He's very optimistic, but he's not as easy to anger or as stupid as Alex or Onox.
- Nice Guy: He's usually calm, chilled, and playful.
- Puppy-Dog Eyes: He can do this to mess with people, convincing them to do something, or just for fun
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.
Other normal Pokémon
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 hates fighting at all. As such, he doesn't know how to properly fight, so he wouldn't even try to fight back if he's attacked.
- Affectionate Gesture to the Head: He likes having his fluffy mane petted, especially in the neck fluff.
- Affectionate Nickname: "Lulu", by Alex. Also "Luchie", by June.
- Bad Liar: He's bad at lying because his feelings don't match up with his words, like when he was frustrated with Oscar being forced to work for Dark Stanford and wanted to come up with a plan to save him, even if he'd be pushing himself too much.
- Beware the Quiet Ones: He may be a meek Lycanroc, but push his buttons and he'll growl at you. And when possessed and forced to use his actual fighting capabilities, he is almost as strong, if not more, than Scipion or Aaron in their normal forms.
- He felt incredibly frustrated upon not being able to help Oscar leaving Dark Stanford's side, thinking it was unfair that he couldn't stay with June.
- He also was very upset when Knox refused to talk with him and Oscar about Colby's death.
- Childhood Friends: He has known Aaron ever since he was a Rockruff while the latter was a Riolu. Lucian sees Aaron like a big brother and a role model.
- Cuddle Bug: He likes hugging his best friend Aaron because he's fluffy. After befriending Oscar, he also tends to do that a lot to him.
- Commonality Connection: With fellow Pokémon Oscar, hence why they became great friends. Both are shy and bad at fighting. Both were also friendless in their childhood save for Aaron for the Lycanroc, and June and her family for the Thievul. Finally, both have uncommon hobbies with Lucian being passionate about technology, simple gadgets or science in general, and Oscar about costumes.
- Cowardly Lion: Despite his fears, he'll rescue anyone who's in danger, like when he saved a young Fennekin from Scipion when the latter went on a killing spree in a nearby village. He's also a thrill seeker if he takes his pills for his heart and is with a very close friend, like when he braved the rollercoaster with Aaron at Las Pegasus.
- Cowardly Sidekick: Although he works with rescue teams and is willing to help, he prefers not to be on the battlefield.
- Demonic Possession: Was possessed by the remains of a Spiritomb when he was studying its Odd Keystone, causing him to turn into a Midnight Lycanroc. This happened again during Scipion's duel with Aaron during the latter's rescue mission, except that this time, he was possessed by a full Spiritomb.
- Distressed Dude: Him being kidnapped alongside Kris by Scipion's allies kickstarted the Pokémon rescue arc.
- "Freaky Friday" Flip: With Oscar during June's cheer-up party for Stanford.
- Friendless Background: As a Rockruff, he was rejected by other young Pokémon for his cowardice and Aaron was his Only Friend growing up.
- Furry Reminder: He sometimes licks Aaron in the face as a sign of affection, just like real canines.
- Gadgeteer Genius: He's The Smart Guy and a great inventor, being passionate about technology. He liked to build wooden gadgets before technology hit the PMD!World and even obtained a laptop.
- Game-Breaking Injury: His hindleg was fractured during the battle against the Metroid Queen, but while Lisa repaired it the next day, it's permanently weaker than his other legs.
- Grew a Spine: After being rescued from Scipion, he learned to stand up for himself and socialize with others. He still gets scared sometimes, but he has been panicking less often. It culminates with him trying to save Oscar from Dark Stanford, kickstarting their arc.
- Heroic BSoD: His worst scare happened when he went on a dangerous mission in Planet SR388 to destroy Oscar's bracer and free him from Dark Stanford's control. Oscar also did his best to comfort him during the treacherous journey, but Lucian got severely injured and traumatized by an Omega Metroid, and then blacked out. Aaron was extremely worried about him when he arrived to rescue him, but thankfully, he consoled him when he broke down crying over lying to him about the mission as well as risking Oscar's life and Colby's sacrifice.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Oscar after hanging out at Las Pegasus and Whispering Pines, and then helping him escape Dark Stanford's clutches and surviving Planet SR388 with Oscar.
- Hollywood Heart Attack: This happens when his panic attacks are very intense because of his weak heart, so he takes pills that he made to help stabilize it. He also tries not to think too much about it because intense trauma could give him a fatal heart attack.
- Injured Limb Episode: He went through one after SR388's arc, where his left back leg got broken by an Omega Metroid.
- It's All My Fault: He and Oscar blamed themselves for Colby's sacrifice when the latter held off Dark Stanford while they escaped his lab.
- Like Brother and Sister: While he's not as close to June as Oscar is to her, Lucian looks up to her like she's his big sister.
- Mission Control: Volunteered to be one for the 2nd Voidlands trip.
- Nervous Wreck: Gets panic attacks whenever he gets frightened and clams up whenever scary people try to talk to him. Clyde's gang even had to assure him that they just wanted a casual conversation with him even if they kidnapped him.Clyde: Being paranoid like that not only [would] drop the mood for everyone here, but it is also not good for your own health.
- Platonic Declaration of Love: Gave one to Oscar while they switched bodies, assuring him that he'll do his best to protect him after escaping Dark Stanford's lab. Deep down, he doesn't want to pursue a romantic relationship because he feels intimidated by it.
- Precision F-Strike: Normally doesn't swear, but did so a few times when he called out Knox for his petty grudge against him and Oscar over Colby's sacrifice.
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The Sensitive Guy to Oscar's Manly Man.
- Shrinking Violet: He's very shy towards strangers and believes that he is worthless in battle. He's also not used to being in the spotlight like when June congratulated him and Wednesday after their kart race at Las Pegasus.
- Stockholm Syndrome: Downplayed as he still fears Scipion and his comrades. But during his time under their captivity, he got along with them rather well, except with Morgan. Even Scipion admitted he could tolerate him despite being nervous enough to annoy him and showed him a bit of sympathy after the latter healed him.
- Super Speed: Temporarily and accidentally gained the ability to run very fast uncontrollably after drinking one of Phoebe's potions. He used that under Oscar's guidance to try fighting off Phoebe's evil counterpart.
- Undying Loyalty: To Aaron and Oscar, to the point that he insists on helping the former in dangerous missions despite his warnings because Lucian, out of worry, doesn't want Aaron to leave him behind.
- 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.
- Eyes Always Shut: Usually has his eyes like this◊. He opens them when getting serious.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Humiliated Eye-Sicle when he fought him as a Beartic.
- 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.
- Interspecies Adoption: He's a wild Greninja while his adoptive son's a Grovyle.
- Meaningful Name: He's named after Protean, his species' Hidden Ability that lets him change his typing depending on his attacks.
- Me's a Crowd: He can make clones of himself using Substitute.
- Parental Substitute: To Tokage, which he took in after losing his own children.
- Rugged Scar: He looks like Ash-Greninja because of Persephone's experiments on him. she eventually turns him back into a normal Greninja with his "Ash-Greninja" form becoming a sort of mega-evolution. It was per his request since always staying in his stronger form caused him pain.
- Trickster Mentor: He's mischievous with his moves, but he teaches his fighting techniques to Tokage well.
A Charizard and Alex's father. He's already dead by the time of ASAS
- Back from the Dead: Thanks to Jirachi who used his Mega Stone to bring him back, although it only lasted for one day so that he could spend time with Alex.
- Big Eater: Much like his son.
- Death Amnesia: When he was brought Back from the Dead, he couldn't remember his time in the afterlife, only recalling its reaper, Yveltal.
- Deceased Parents Are the Best: He certainly raised Alex well when he was alive.
- Super Mode: He has a Charizardite Y. He was in this form when resurrected.
A female Servine and the doctor in chief of the place.
- All Love Is Unrequited: Has a crush on Aaron, her childhood comrade though now she doesn't mind that he doesn't return her feelings.
- Bad Boss: Many of her employees are outright terrified of her and what she can do when angered. She even threatens to fire the cleaners for missing just one tiny spot.
- Childhood Friend: Downplayed. Aaron was one of the few that got relatively nice with her back when they were kids.
- Insufferable Genius: On one hand, she is good at fighting and very smart. On the other hand, she can be nasty, sarcastic and arrogant.
- Letter Motif: Her name, her right-hand man's one, and the hospital name all start with "L", just like she wanted.
- Lovable Alpha Bitch: She may be a rude perfectionist that keeps complaining about the slightest misstep, but she still does her job as a doctor well.
- Non-Indicative Name: June's aunt Lilac does not own the hospital despite what the name implies, so the identical naming was likely a coincidence.
- Schoolyard Bully All Grown Up: To Lucian back when they were kids. Her anger issues at failing tests with him caused her to lash out at the shy Pokémon, though she stopped when Aaron befriended him and told her about his panic attacks.
A lazy Scrafty. He's Lisa's personal assistant.
- Aloof Leader, Affable Subordinate: Lisa is extremely strict, contrasting completely with Leon's laid-back attitude.
- The Creon: Despite being under someone as tyrannical as Lisa, he has no problem doing everything she wants.
- The Slacker: Lisa somehow keeps him because he is too lazy to argue with her and proved to be somehow competent as a bodyguard and an assistant, but that doesn't change the fact that he likes doing nothing.
- Gender Flip: Downplayed. While most of the legendary Pokémons are without gender, they usually refer to themselves as male or female according to their wishes
A legendary Pokémon that controls the wind and is linked to the sea and the night. Unlike many of his peers, he is actually a fun-loving guy.
- God Is Inept: His aloof personality tends to make him do mistakes with great consequences. Some stern legendaries like Rayquaza view him as an incompetent fool for this.
- The Mentor: To the Blue Wings.
- Pungeon Master: He actually considered joining the Blue Pun Clan at one point, but quickly had to forget about it because of his status as a god.
- Shipper on Deck: Noticed James's affections for Arthur during their training and was amused. He also sensed that something romantic was going on between the Bugtrio but left it up to them to find out what.
The Pokémon of truth, also linked with light and twin of Zekrom.
- Gentle Giant: He is one of the kindest, if not the kindest of the legendaries.
- Sink-or-Swim Mentor: Alongside Zekrom for Aaron and the rest of the Rescue Squad. For Alex's training, they threw his friends into a lake to teach him to overcome his fear of water.
- Verbal Tic: He tends to add "in truth" a lot in his sentences. Fitting for one that embodies truth.
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
- The Clan: Power's family is as large as Applejack's, and they have reunions every Hearth's Warming. They're also rich enough to provide funding for her art school.
- Clashing Cousins: One-sided example: Power has at least two cousins who enjoyed bullying her as a filly, like when they dared her to go on the rollercoaster just after she ate.
- Unicorn: Majority are this pony race, but there are a few pegasi and earth ponies in the mix.
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 Gesture to the Head: Likes tousling Power's mane just to tease her.
- Affectionate Nickname: She's called "Mira" by her family.
- 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 Speech: Her dialogue is teal as it's close to her niece's blue.
- 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.
- Mundanger: Amidst all the supernatural horrors that happen in the Arena, 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.
- 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.
- Trust Password: "Cheese quesadillas", which Power used with her to confirm that it was really Miranda who was picking her up from school.
- 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.
- Color-Coded Speech: His dialogue is bold blue to indicate that he's Power's father.
- 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.
- Cheery Pink: A pink-coated unicorn with a cheerful personality and matching pink dialogue.
- 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.
- Arbitrary Skepticism: Like her aunt, she can't grasp the weirdness of the Arena despite living in a magical land.
- 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.
- Color-Coded Speech: Her dialogue is italic purple to differentiate her from 6k1 in case they're in the same area.
- 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.
- Imperiled in Pregnancy: She mentioned that she was pregnant with Pepper during Villain Month, so she and Spice had to close their restaurant and go into hiding.
- 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, her obsession with planning, and tendency to question the unusual things going around her.
- 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.
- Cheery Pink: A hot pink-coated unicorn with a bubbly personality like her mother and matching pink dialogue.
- 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.
- 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
A group of five hooded beings who presides over events. Their motives remain a mystery.
- 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.
The twisted landscape of the Voidlands is inhabited by creatures of varying forms. Not all of them are hostile, though; many are fairly benign and generally keep to themselves.
- Adorable Abomination: Despite being much larger than Earth animals, they're Ridiculously Cute Critters that mean no harm.
- Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: They tend to be purple to blend in with the general environment of the Voidlands.
- Animals Not to Scale: They're many times larger than their real-life counterparts, with the Voidlands Bugs and Butterflies reaching the size of housecats and hawks, respectively. The Voidlands Rats are also roughly child-sized.
- Non-Malicious Monster: While they're still eldritch creatures, they're mostly benign and don't harm anyone.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 6380
The most common inhabitant of the Voidlands, the Voidlands Bugs are a large insect species the size of cats. They are mainly herbivores and detritivores. They can be found in a variety of habitats in the Voidlands, but they seem to thrive in grasslands where purple, towering flowers grow.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 6380
Large, butterfly-like creatures, the Voidlands Butterfly are the size of a hawk. They feed mainly on the nectar of flowers that often exceed houses in height. They mainly reside in the twisted grasslands of the Voidlands.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 6409
Resembling large, child-sized jerboas, the Voidlands Rats are a common sight in rocky, arid areas. They mostly subsist on plant matter.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 6989
Native to the frigid cold areas of the Voidlands, these flightless birds are a common sight in the cold. Living in huge groups, they feed on fish and other marine invertebrates. They are also surprisingly boisterous, often challenging creatures larger than they are.
- Everything's Better with Penguins: They're eldritch penguins that mostly act like their Earth Prime counterparts.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 6989
An inhabitant of the cold areas of the Voidlands, these seabirds are common in frigid, rocky seashores. They feed on fish and marine invertebrates.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 8059
Small lemming-like rodents, these creatures are a common sight in the colder areas of the Voidlands. They largely feed on plants.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 8055
The Mirror-World counterpart to Kirby. He mostly lives a peaceful life in the landscapes of the Voidlands, keeping in touch with the creatures and entities that live there.
Friends/Allies of Eye-Sicle and/or Stanford
- First ASAS appearance: Post 4015
The country family who moved from the country to Big City. Pulled from their home by Chip Whistler in a revenge scheme, they are currently hiding out alongside Gloria in the Artisan homeworld in the Dragon Realms.
- Animal Talk: Stanford, Miss Ball, and Kenny were able to communicate with the family dog Phoenix while looking for Nancy, due to also being animals (albeit more anthropomorphic ones).
- "Freaky Friday" Flip: Tilly is one of the few who narrowly avoids being affected by Wanda-as-Cleo's out of control Soulstorm despite also being at Eye-Sicle's lair when it occurred, but Cricket was not as lucky, ending up switching bodies with Magnus. Naturally, the hyperactive Cricket has no problems being a dragon and does not appear to even having a problem staying as one until it's made clear to him what's at stake if the group fails to save Wanda-as-Cleo.
- Friend to All Living Things: Tilly, as in her source material, even to some of the more unusual animals and creatures that pass through Eye-Sicle's lair.
- Mythology Gag: Cricket and Gloria continue to volunteer at a coffee shop in the Artisan homeworld (this one being run by Gavin instead of Ms. Cho).
- Never Mess with Granny: Gramma Alice, per the norm. Many of the times the Dragon Realms are visited, she is shown spending most of her time in the Peace Keepers homeworld preparing to face-off with Chip.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 4015
A group of Mushroom Kingdom creatures who took up residence in an abandoned farm not far from Eye-Sicle's Lair, led by a blue Birdo named Kay and a white Yoshi named Tay. Other members of their group include Micro-Goomba Flea, Fire Piranha Plant Vincent, Rex Mitzi, and Sledge Bro. Moosey. She and the others first encounter Stanford's gang when the Greens and the Plantars briefly hide out with them from Chip and Grime. Afterward, Kay and the others move into the lair and begin interacting with tributes in Eye-Sicle and Stanford's stead when they aren't available at the lair, and occasionally going on adventures with the team.
Out of the group, Kay, Mitzi, and Vincent have participated in HGS seasons (S164, S171, and S180* respectively).
- The Ghost: They often mention someone by the name of Kelby, who has to-date never appeared and whose relationship to the party is not known (thought it's implied that he was the original leader of their group). What is currently known about him so far is that he wasn't a Mushroom Kingdom native and had access to dimension-hopping technology (and is how Kay and the others ended up in Panem in the first place).
- MookFace Turn:
- Kay was originally a member of Wart's forces, though she was clearly a fundamentally good person who only did her job because she had to. As such, it didn't take Kay long to defect to Kelby and Tay's side when given the chance. She has since not only become one of their closest friends, but she and Tay are also a couple.
- While Flea and Vincent have no stated affiliation with Bowser's army, Mitzi and Moosey were both training to join said army before going off on their own after becoming sick of bullying from other trainees (Mitzi for her ditzy, neurotic personality and clumsiness and Moosey for being a female Sledge Bro), which later lead to them meeting and joining Kay's group.
- Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: Along with her usual Birdo bow, Kay wears a necklace that was a gift to her by Tay shortly after her HeelFace Turn prior to the events of ASAS. Unfortunately, it spontaneously explodes and is destroyed during her run in S164, which leaves her absolutely crushed until Tay tells her not to worry about it.
- "Freaky Friday" Flip: With Roy Koopa during June's cheer-up party for Stanford.
- Sneeze of Doom: Has a sneezing fit during her first visit to Eye-Sicle's Lair, causing a barrage of eggs to shoot out of her mouth and cover June in smashed eggs.
- Stuff Blowing Up: In Reboot Season 164, Kay's necklace randomly exploded, taking her life. She was bummed after the season because it was a gift from Tay.
- Valley Girl: She has, you know, some like serious shades of this, girl. Albeit mostly in her speech patterns.
- Canon Character All Along: In a sense: He turns out to be his home universe's Stanford counterpart (and thus a potential target of Dark Stanford).
- Mission Control: Being an alternate Stanford, he can watch over the lair and monitor missions whenever the original Stanford and/or Eye-Sicle is out.
- Odd Name Out: Not counting Dark Stanford, he's one of the few alternate Stanfords so far whose name doesn't begin with "S", the others being Curry and Trevor.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: His full name is Taylor, but his close friends just call him "Tay".
- The Smart Guy: He easily understands how Stanford's inventions within Eye-Sicle's lair work. It turns out to be for good reason, as he is one of Stanford's many alternate universe counterparts.
- The Baby of the Bunch: He's a child-like and very curious Micro-Goomba. Vincent is more-or-less a father figure to him.
- Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: In Reboot Season 180, Vincent's mom suddenly showed up in the Arena to confiscate his phone, then gave him a kiss before leaving. Vincent just hoped that nobody else saw that.
- Ambiguously Evil: He doesn't seem to have any problem with just eating his enemies, though it's stated that the others are trying to get him to curb this behavior and Flea is implied to be his Morality Chain.
- "Freaky Friday" Flip: With Ludwig von Koopa during June's cheer-up party for Stanford.
- Multiple Head Case: He can sprout extra heads to shoot more fireballs at his enemies.
- Noodle Incident: One time, he sleepwalked while using his enhanced Piranha Plant powers. He'd rather not talk about it.
- Papa Wolf: Vincent is very protective of Flea, to the point that he attacks Heidi after she mistakes Flea for a bug and tries to flick the Micro-Goomba.
- Rhymes on a Dime: A would-be poet, he frequently lapses into speaking in rhyme.
- "Freaky Friday" Flip: With Iggy Koopa during June's cheer-up party for Stanford.
- No Indoor Voice: Is prone to screaming every other word she says.
- Those Two Guys: With Moosey the Sledge Bro. Mitzi is high-strung and a bit of a Cloud Cuckoolander while quiet Moosey serves as Mitzi's Cloud Cuckoolanders Minder, and both are very good friends.
Due to their world (specifically, the Reignited version) being the one where the Greens and the Plantars are hiding out, the residents of Eye-Sicle's Lair make frequent visits to the Dragon Realms and vice-versa, with some of the residents participating in Hunger Games seasons.
- Alternate Universe: The differences between Spyro's and Cynder's respective universes was lampshaded when they were nominated in Reboot Season 181, and Cynder quickly discovered that this wasn't her world's Spyro while Spyro himself failed to recognize Cynder (but felt that he should have recognized her anyway).
- Adaptation Expansion: Given their very brief appearances in canon, some of the older dragons' personalities and backstories are expanded a bit. For example:
- Delbin is a slightly cowardly Gentle Giant and good friends with Magnus.
- Magnus, though still the jolly Big Fun warrior he is depicted as in the Reignited trilogy, is hinted to get upset when he is helpless to help someone, as shown in Reboot Season 183 when he gets distraught when Azizi stumbles off his podium before the season starts and explodes.
- Ajax is shown to be a bit accident-prone.
- Azizi is reinterpreted as a Daredevil expy with Super Senses, and handily beats Eye-Sicle in a fight.
- "Freaky Friday" Flip: Many of the older dragons were caught up in the chaos caused by Cleo's Soulstorm in the Freaky Friday arc, most notably Jared swapping with Conan (and having trouble handling Conan's shield and lance at first), Cricket Green swapping with Magnus (with Cricket naturally being excited to be a dragon), and Azizi with Darnell the Delphox (causing Azizi to be able to see again for the time being). Almost every dragon in Dream Weavers (as well as Hunter, who was unlucky enough to be there at the time, getting swapped with Kosoko) also gets swapped when the brainwashed Wanda-as-Cleo is unleashed upon the homeworld.
- I Just Shot Marvin in the Face: How Magnus ended up out of Reboot Season 129; he attempted to use a lightsaber against Udyr and Clanker, only to accidentally decapitate himself with it. He lasts just long enough to lampshade his stupidity before expiring.
- Literally Shattered Lives: During Reboot Season 129, Delbin was non-fatally cut into several pieces by Pigwidgeon and shipped off to Deathstroke, who then put him back together.
- Only Sane Man: Spyro was one of the few non-swapped individuals who accompanied the search for Wanda during the Freaky Friday Flip arc.
- Related in the Adaptation: Nothing in canon suggests they are related or not, but here the baby dragon Ba'ah is shown to be Lateef's son.
- There Are No Therapists: Averted with Delbin; following his rather rough debut season it's mentioned in passing that he has been in therapy with fellow Artisan Dragon Argus and he gets very anxious when other residents of the Dragon Realms take part in the Hunger Games.
Oscar "Wednesday" Pactolus
- First ASAS appearance: Post 5255
A Thievul friend of June's from June's PMD universe, who ended up becoming a petty thief back in his home universe after he and June parted ways as children. He is first met working for Dark Stanford (though only because he wanted to fit in somewhere) before he befriends Lucian, who helps him escape from having to work for him.
- Affectionate Nickname:
- His Childhood Friend June often calls him "Ozzy".
- Given his closeness to Lucian, Alex has taken a liking to calling Oscar "Kiki".
- All of the Other Reindeer: He was bullied in school for his interest in costume design, so 11 years later, he joined the 'Brijes to try fitting in.
- Childhood Friends: With June, who still calls him "Ozzy" even after he changed his name from "Oscar" to "Wednesday". They also bonded over being bullied for having interests beyond what is expected for their respective genders.
- Commonality Connection: Bonded with Lucian over being outcasts and having interests beyond what is expected for their respective species, with Wednesday being interested in costume design and Lucian being interested in tech.
- Embarrassing Nickname: Back in elementary school, Ercole and his cohorts teased him for getting his nose stuck in a book about costume design and called him "Nosey".
- Forced into Evil: He only worked for Dark Stanford because he wanted to fit in, and he doesn't want to hurt his friends, especially June. He even regrets having to return to him after reconnecting with her at Las Pegasus and their home universe.
- "Freaky Friday" Flip: With Lucian during June's cheer-up party for Stanford.
- Forced Transformation: Was turned into a Pecha Berry by Evil Phoebe during the battle in Danjor Island. When she turned him back to normal, he was terrified of being rendered unable to move, speak, or sense anything around him.
- Grew a Spine: Alongside Lucian in the SR388 Arc where he managed to save and comfort the Lycanroc multiple times despite both being nervous.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Lucian after hanging out at Las Pegasus and Whispering Pines, and then escaping Dark Stanford's clutches and surviving Planet SR388 with Lucian.
- It's All My Fault: He and Lucian blamed themselves for Colby's sacrifice when the latter held off Dark Stanford while they escaped his lab.
- Meaningful Rename: Oscar went by "Wednesday" when he joined a band of thieves when he was a teenager and has stuck with it for the rest of his life, but he's fine with others calling him by his birth name. And after having his bracer destroyed, he requests his friends not to call him "Wednesday" anymore because he now associates it with that very dark period of his life.
- Mistreatment-Induced Betrayal: Dark Stanford almost atomizing him resulted in him and Lucian trying to find a way to remove his bracer and free him from the fox's grasp. He succeeded by having the Metroid hatchling suck all the bracer's energy to destroy it.
- Platonic Life-Partners: June is his closest friend and he can't bear to live away from her.
- Psychic Link: Established one with June by undergoing Persephone's ritual, which connected their souls and by extension, their minds.
- Real Men Wear Pink: While he used to be bullied in school for it, he has a strong passion for costume design. He even requested Lucian to build a costume machine for him as a gift.
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The Manly Man to Lucian's Sensitive Guy.
- Undying Loyalty: With Lucian after the Lycanroc helped him escape Dark Stanford, and he promised him that he'd never leave him behind.
A Pokémon Rescue Team from June's PMD universe, consisting of Flygon Henry, Scizor Tenn, and Golisopod Shelley. After Henry is first met when trying to find the Greens and the Plantars, the Bugtrio become recurring allies of Stanford and the other nominators and also befriend fellow rescue team Fiery Blue Wings.
- Fusion Dance: During the Phoebe Arc, Henry and Shelley took Phoebe's potions to transform into a Zekrom and Reshiram, respectively, so they can fuse with Tenn, who was transformed into a Kyurem by Phoebe's Evil Counterpart. Tenn, who was unable to speak in her new form, regained her voice when fused, though it's mixed with Henry's or Shelley's depending on the form.
- Hypercompetent Sidekick: Both the girls have more common sense than Henry and help to keep him straight, though Tenn also has her moments of recklessness, leading to Shelley sometimes serving as this to them both.
- Non-Indicative Name: Despite being called the Bugtrio, Henry isn't a Bug-type, but instead a Ground/Dragon-type. However, he looks like a bug, so he still fits the team name.
- Two Girls and a Guy: Henry is The Leader and the only male in the team while Shelley and Tenn are his female sidekicks.
Henry Q. Buxton
- Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: He wears a homemade tabard embroidered with a giant H.
- Idiot Hero: He genuinely wants to help and protect people, but he's also not the sharpest tool in the shed, at one point getting completely lost in June's weird mirror maze, and later having to stop himself from pressing an unknown button in the industrial complex on SR388 and mistaking the Metroid Queen for an actual queen.
- Insult of Endearment: He used to be called a "hopeless idiot" by Tenn during their first mission together, but now she means it affectionately after hooking up.
- Large Ham: He gives James a run for his money in this regard, his manner of speaking as pompous as ever.
- Second Love: He became this to Tenn after they stopped Evil Phoebe at the alternate Whispering Pines. Tenn was relieved to have a boyfriend who genuinely loves her, unlike her ex-boyfriend Griffin who manipulated her into a loveless relationship.
- Teleportation: He uses the same communicator as Stanford to teleport his team to various worlds. He often ends up in the wrong place, but he's getting the hang of it.
- Torment by Annoyance: His idea to escape the Queen Metroid when he and several others get captured by her on SR388, which James joins in on. It works, impressing everybody (especially Tenn).
- Close-Knit Community: She grew up in a small farming village where everyone knew everyone.
- Contralto of Danger: The serious Tenn is revealed to have a deep feminine voice when she temporarily regained it by switching bodies with Henry.
- Domestic Abuse: How she got her scar. Her then-boyfriend Griffin blackmailed her into keeping his bullying on a young Pokémon a secret, but she stood up against that. He burned her in the head and chest for that and was arrested, but the severity of the injury rendered Tenn speechless for most of her life.
- Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: She wears a violet tank top to hide the scar she received from the injury that caused her to lose her voice.
- Irony: She lost her voice when she was burned in the chest, but regained it for real when Ho-Oh breathed Sacred Fire on her.
- Kill the Ones You Love: During the Phoebe Arc, she was transformed into a Kyurem by Evil Phoebe and forced to kill her teammates as revenge for the Gorebyss' defeat the other day. Tenn was unable to scream after permanently getting her voice back the other day because her mouth was frozen, and Henry and Shelley had to telepathically snap her out with Aaron's aura. Tenn then came to her senses and thrashed about in agony.
- The Speechless: A past injury rendered Tenn unable to speak, with her only spoken dialogue being in internal monologue. It's suggested that she would speak if she were able to, however, and when she ends up in Henry's body after all three of the Bugtrio experience a "Freaky Friday" Flip (courtesy of Swapper), she speaks quite a bit. She also doesn't mind losing her voice again when she was swapped back to normal, as she feels it wouldn't be the last time she'd regain it. She finally had her voice restored for real when Ho-Oh breathed Sacred Fire on her chest burn.
- Cannot Spit It Out: She has a hard time talking about her feelings, especially if they're romantic ones. She hid her bitter feelings towards Tenn when the latter thought of going on a date with Henry, and Shelley struggled to confess after they hooked up.
- Gentle Giant: She's a Golisopod with the size and brutish appearance that being one entails, but she is a very soft-spoken and non-aggressive individual and often comes off as the voice of reason among the trio.
- Jealous Romantic Witness: She has a crush on Tenn but didn't take it well when Shelley discovered that the latter's dating Henry after the "Henry Pines" Mission. Hooking up with Tenn wouldn't have worked, anyway, because Tenn is straight.
- Healing Hands: She can use Aqua Ring on others to gradually heal their injuries.
- "Not So Different" Remark: She and Shelby discovered that both of them are similarly named Shy Shelled Animals who are medics of their respective teams. They're also worried about their teammates leaving them because they recently entered a relationship (or got married in Wes and Millie's case).
Twin Hypsilophodons from Kenny and Joaquin's universe. Heidi is first met by the party when they are chasing down the 'Brijes during the Ring arc and again when she, Kenny, Vincent, and Flea team up to find Holly. Heidi shares the same Super Speed ability as Kenny and later develops a (currently unrequited) crush on him.
- Birds of a Feather: The speedy Heidi has a crush on the equally speedy Kenny.
- "Freaky Friday" Flip: Were swapped with each other during the Freaky Friday arc. Holly was not used to Heidi's Super Speed in the slightest and crashed several times, much like Plessie-as-Kenny.
- Good All Along: In a sense; Holly's gang started out genuinely villainous to the point of kidnapping her, but after circumstances resulted in Holly becoming the new leader, she retooled the gang into a Merry Men-esque group of vigilantes who only stole from evil people.
- Refitted for Sequel: Kenny and Heidi's interactions as well as Holly's concept were based on a planned dynamic for the failed second reboot of The Great TV Tropes Western.
- Shipper on Deck: Holly has no issue with Heidi's crush on Kenny and subtly encourages Heidi to get to know him better.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 7626
First nominated in Reboot Season 194, the Darkner only known as "Lizard" hails from an unknown Dark World where a Dark Fountain was opened up at a zoo, turning it into a bustling animal town.
- A Dog Named "Dog": As far as anyone knows, the name "Lizard" is all he goes by.
- Fat Comic Relief: Lizard is visibly rotund in player artwork and he spends most of his time making rapid-fire observations about anything under the sun.
- Motor Mouth: He is very, very chatty once he gets going.
- Original Generation: Lizard and his home Dark World are wholly original to ASAS, being a character who originated from a player's dream about a fake Deltarune Chapter 3 and was nominated for a season on a whim.
A young married pair of Toxtricities from Whispering Pines. Amped Axel is loud and likes to rock out while Low-Key J.J. (standing for Jerrica James) is mellow and easy-going. They are accompanied by J.J.'s Machamp bodygaurd Tyrell. Were nominated in S199note .
- all lowercase letters: J.J.'s spoken dialogue is rendered this way to highlight her mellow, low-key nature, not unlike Sans.
- Country Mouse: Axel has shades of this, having been born and raised in a tiny island village.
- Early-Bird Cameo: They briefly appeared in their home universe, watching the sunset close by the Firey Blue Wings and idly chatting with each other, never directly interacting with any of the usual cast. The couple being nominated in S199 together ended up properly introducing them to the cast.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: Per Word of God, Axel was this due to his loud nature often disrupting the quietness of Whispering Pines. The Commonality Connection he had with J.J. when she came to visit Whispering Pines for a vacation is what lead to their relationship.
- Genki Guy: Axel is perky and has No Indoor Voice, a noticeable contrast to fellow Amped Toxtricity Onox.
- Losing Your Head: Were subjected to the "tosses their head to steal other tribute's food" event in S199. Axel ended up retaining the ability to detach his head at will following the season (while J.J. didn't and declined to regain it), which, needless to say, freaked the everliving daylights out of the other Whispering Pines residents once he lost his head in front of them.
- Opposites Attract: Axel and J.J. couldn't be more different or come from more different backgrounds, and yet they are very Happily Married.
- Sickeningly Sweethearts: Axel and J.J. are very into each other.
- Spoiled Sweet: J.J. comes from a very wealthy and well-to-do family but shows absolutely none of it, being a chill Pokemon who is friendly to everybody.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 8136
Dess is a Hisiuan Zoroark from a Hisui-like PMD universe, and June's alternate self from said world. They are first met in the main PMD universe (after falling into a time-space distortion in their homeworld).
- Alternate Self: They're June's counterpart from a Hisui-like PMD World, though she at first thought they were from Scipion's PMD World since Skyler was his counterpart from hers.
- Big Eater: They can scarf down an entire meal faster than Alex and without feeling bloated because they're undead.
- Family Theme Naming: Like June and her sisters July and August, Dess is short for "December" while their brothers Octavian and Nova sound like "October" and "November", respectively.
- Foil: To June. June loves everyone, uses her illusions to entertain others, and loves her family dearly. Conversely, Dess at best doesn't care about other Pokémon, terrifies and injures Pokémon with their illusions, and hates their family due being left behind by them on a snowy mountain, ultimately leading to Dess's death and transformation into a Hisiuan Zoroark.
- Ghost Amnesia: Has no memory of their life before becoming a Hisuian Zoroark, but the hints that are given suggest a Dark and Troubled Past. They regain their memory after seeing June with her family, and it's revealed that Dess believes that their family had abandoned them on a snowy mountain.
- Master of Illusion: Like all Zoroarks, they can summon illusions, and as a Hisuian one, theirs are more powerful, and they can make them so realistic they look and feel exactly like the real deals.
- One Steve Limit: Averted. Dess shares the same name as Noelle's unseen sister, a coincidence that did not go unnoticed by her as it was implied that she witnessed something traumatic on Dess Holiday as a fawn and never saw her ever since.
- Pet the Dog: Despite largely hating all other Pokémon and having no qualms about using their illusions to torment them, Dess befriends Aaron, June, Oscar, and Lucian while having lost their memory after falling into a space-time distortion (and not remembering that they hated all Pokémon), and even when they get it back due to a stray electric spark from Tenn (who was Black Kyurem at the time), they cannot bring themselves to harm the four of them because they were nice to them. Dess's care for June in particular ends up being what prevents them from attacking Darnell due to his resemblance to their grandmother.
- Spear Counterpart: Of June in their past life as they were once male. Despite that, they don't mind being called with whatever pronouns by the others.
Another rescue team from the same world as Dess, consisting of Wes (a Hisuian Typhlosion), Millie (a Sneasler), and Shelby (a Hisiuan Goodra). All three are very familiar with Dess due to Wes's connection with them.
Millie was nominated in Reboot Season 209note .
- Beware the Nice Ones: Despite being a laid-back, easy-going fellow, Wes is implied to have been absolutely furious with Dess when the incident that ended their friendship happened, and Millie implies that Wes can get that way again if he is pushed hard enough.
- Childhood Friend Romance: Wes and Millie first saw each other as young Pokémon, and Wes was impressed by Millie's feats despite her small size as a Sneasel. Their love only grew from there as they evolved.
- Friendless Background: Shelby was alone in her cave until Wes and Millie came along, and she fears being abandoned by them.
- Hates Being Alone: Shelby absolutely panics whenever she is separated from Millie or Wes and crushes Millie with a hug when Millie comes back after Season 209.
- Happily Married: Wes and Millie recently got married before their team was introduced in ASAS and are planning on where to settle down and how many kids to have.
- The Medic: Shelby was hired into the rescue team because she knew how to fix injuries, like with Millie's broken leg when they first met outside Shelby's cave in Mount Coronet.
- "Not So Different" Remark: Shelby and Shelley discovered that both of them are similarly named Shy Shelled Animals who are medics of their respective teams. They're also worried about their teammates leaving them because they recently entered a relationship (or got married in Wes and Millie's case).
- Our Zombies Are Different: After whiffing an attack on Dino Piranha and falling off a cliff, Millie was one of a number of fallen tributes in Season 209 who were revived as zombies. She goes straight back to Eye-Sicle's lair, scaring the daylights out of Jared, before getting restored back to normal.
- Screams Like a Little Girl: Wes does this when he rides the Tilt-a-Whirl at Beach City Funland.
- Shy Shelled Animal: Shelby is soft-spoken and often hides in her shell when scared.
- Surfer Dude: Wes's manner of speaking, befitting his chilled out personality.
- We Used to Be Friends: Wes was once friends with Dess when he took them in when they were lost. Unfortunately, Dess turned around and started tormenting a fellow rescue team leader with their illusions, causing Wes and Dess to part on very unfriendly terms and never speaking to each other again unless his team was called to stop Dess from tormenting someone else.
A Metroid from the planet SR388. It was born during the Metroid's arc and has evolved into a Zeta Metroid at the end of it.
- Acid Attack: Its main method of attack alongside its huge strength and its speed.
- Androcles' Lion: At the beginning of their journey, Lucian and Wednesday rescued its egg from an Hornoad, a local alien. Not only did the "baby" spare them, but James and Henry successfully convinced it to rescue them from the rest of its hive at the arc's climax, resulting in it becoming close to its two saviors.
- Affectionate Nickname: It's called "Squishy" by Lucian and Oscar.
- Cute Monster: It may be able to be cuddly, but it's still a big raptor-like alien with a Lamprey Mouth.
- Expy: of the original Metroid hatchling
- It Can Think: Like Metroids in general, it's not just a brainless monster. It has a Hive Mind thanks to the Metroid Queen and it can plan or feel.
- Non-Malicious Monster: Despite its bond with Oscar and Lucian and its abilities to share energy, it's still a very territorial alien that is not above sucking anything dry out of hunger.
- Rapid Aging: Absorbing Oscar bracer's energy caused it to mutate from a hatchling to a Zeta Metroid in an instant.
An old member of the Thoha tribe from SR388 and a brilliant scientist. This Chozo was abducted by Raven Beak and forced to serve under him.
- The Atoner: Unlike Fire Eyes (who despite not approving of his leader's cruelty is still loyal to Raven Beak), and to make up for "past mistakes", Quiet Robe willingly proposes to help Joaquin in saving the 'Brijes from Dark Stanford and Raven Beak.
- Reluctant Mad Scientist: It's clear that Quiet Robe is not happy with working under Raven Beak. Despite this, his scientific skills are great, as expected from a Chozo from the Thoha tribe who are the Metroids' creators. He is an expert in genetic experiments and is the one who worked on Blood Moon's X DNA.