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.
- 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.
- 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.
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
Katniss EverdeenThe legendary hero from District 12. She overthrew Alma Coin's regime before the events of the Hunger Games Simulation. Debuted in OG Season 17.
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 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 are 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
Station of Multiversal Travel
- Sacrificial Lamb: Was killed off to demonstrate how much 6k1 cares about her employees.
Hassel's QuartersA mysterious faction not affiliated with any of the science center, Hassel's Quarter is an arms manufacturing corporation presenting itself as a science center.
- Arms Dealer: Its primary role is to produce various new weapons and sell them to the Arena of Panem, as well as manufacturing the Snowclones for President Snow.
- Improbably Female Cast: Hassel's Quarters has a tendency to summon cute girls as tributes, but the sole reason why they're nominated in the first place is because they're made to be quickly killed off in various bizarre ways for the sake of entertainment value.
"Scientist" Mark Hassel / Lordimark Hassel, Earl of The Quarters
- Author Avatar: Of Mhazard.
- Becoming the Mask: At first, he's just a Con Man who only became a "scientist" just to climb up to a higher social hierarchy, but as time goes on, he grows to become attached to his position and even though he has no knowledge in science, he's still willing to help the weak.
- Dark Is Not Evil: It is implied that he's a Dark Nominator himself, but he chooses to help the weak with his dark magic instead of committing evil acts.
- Fake Aristocrat: His ranking in the social order is much lower than what he appears to be. Hassel has a notorious habit of pretending to be a feudal lord inside his headquarters. In reality, he's a commoner not affiliated with any noble house.
- His Name Really Is "Barkeep": As it turns out, "Lord" is more than a title, it really is a shortened version of his first name "Lordimark".
- Last-Name Basis: He's usually referred to by his last name.
- Locked Out Ofthe Loop: He fell into a coma during the first Reboot Troper Games Season. The sole reason why he's still alive is because Sayaka went out of her way to save him.
- Magitek: Most of his "scientific" researches and technologies are actually backed by the use of magic, notably the use of human souls to power up the reactors of his own Tactical Dolls, as well as his act of drawing tributes from another world through a portal.
- Meaningful Name: "Lord Dim Ark", with an implication that he's a Dark Nominator. "Dim" being him born from the Dark and "Ark" being his heroic personality.
- Non-Indicative Name: Despite carrying the title of "Scientist", he's clearly not one.
- Satellite Character: His role is very minimal compared to Ribey, who's always meant to be more proactive.
- Small Role, Big Impact: He has little to no involvement in the major plot of Convergence. However, he's the one responsible for the creation of the Snowclone Army, as well as a chaotic entity known as "YOU".
- They Call Me Mister Tibbs: He insisted the others to refer to him as Lord Hassel, which often fell on deaf ears. As it turns out, "Lord" really is his first name.
- Token Good Teammate: Among the scientists he works with, he's one of the few rare individuals with a noble goal.
- Ace Custom: Hassel's Ribey Model is specifically tailored to house a human soul, and he often install various upgrades to his own Ribey.
- Affectionate Nickname: Ribey.
- Always a Bigger Fish: In Panem, she's a Tactical Doll known for her combat prowess, endurance and wit. As soon as she gets sent to the Voidlands, she winds up becoming the bottom of the food chain and she has to avoid any direct combat with the critters living in the Voidlands.
- Became Their Own Antithesis: She winds up embracing her current state as a Tactical Doll, as opposed to loathing herself for not being a human, something Sayaka, her past self, would fear the most.
- Body Backup Drive: She has several backup bodies for emergency situations. Should someone manage to capture or maim her, she can simply deactivate herself and transfer her mind to another Ribey unit. Even her past self's old body serves as one.
- Body Surf: She can switch bodies frequently by using her Soul Gem to possess the body. Not just human bodies, she can use this technique to hijack machines and mechas and then pilot them manually.
- Cerebus Retcon: Her treatment as a punchbag is given a darker interpretation in Convergence: Not only does Haseel put his faith on her no matter how many times she died, her Resurrective Immortality is finally given an explanation: she is Sayaka Miki from the Original Generation rebuilt as a brain-uploaded Tactical Doll, and her CPU is made of Sayaka's Soul Gem.
- Corrupt Corporate Executive: She often abuses her position and wealth for her own self interest.
- Cosmic Plaything: Life has never been easy for Ribey. She often gets abused by her nominators, not just Hassel himself.
- Cyborg: In contrast to most Tactical Dolls, Ribey's main body contains several human organs from her past self. Even her soul is made of a genuine human soul, making her more similar to a Nyto unit.
- Disproportionate Retribution: She has the audacity to hire bounty hunters (with one of them implied to be Boba Fett) to hunt down a school girl (implied to be Homura Akemi), even going as far as framing her up as a fugitive out of personal grudge. Let's not forget that the said school girl is just a teen.
- Does Not Like Shoes: Whenever she's wearing her homemade hospital gown, she doesn't wear shoes.
- Expy: Of Sayaka Miki in the Original Generation. She exists to be killed over and over again. The events of Convergence suggests that she is OG Sayaka.
- Fights Like a Normal: Even though she's powered by a Magical Girl's soul, she usually uses her rifle and her wit to fight instead of casting magic spells.
- Ill Girl: Ribey is a flawed unit, and she's stuck in a perpetual illness of some sort. Had it not for Sayaka's Soul Gem easing her illness a little bit, she would've been beyond functional.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She's not exactly a nice person, and she's rather abusive towards most of her new tributes, yet she clearly cares about her close friends.
- Long-Range Fighter: Being an Ill Girl, Ribey pretty much has to fight from a long distance in order to stay alive.
- Mad Scientist: Has no qualms about tampering with human souls and turning magical girls into Tactical Dolls like her for the sake of her own personal amusement.
- Power at a Price: Whenever Ribey actually casts spells to heal her friends, summon magical swords or control living matters, it takes tolls on her well-being and gradually taints her Soul Gem, and she needs to use Grief Seeds to purify her soul. Normally, this isn't a problem in Panem since she can simply summon Witches and harvest their Grief Seeds. But when she gets sent to the Voidlands, she no longer has access to new Grief Seeds, and she has to count all the remaining energies she has.
- Resurrective Immortality: Her source of immortality is her Soul Gem, which houses Sayaka's conscious and soul. As long as her Soul Gem is intact, Hassel can repair Ribey as many times as he want.Scientist Hassel: As long as you have the Grief Seeds to feed her, you can keep her alive as long as you want. You can even put her Soul Gem and brain into a Tactical Doll and call it a day. The only downside is that she needs to remember that her name is now Ribey.
- Sharing a Body: With Sayaka.
- They Killed Kenny Again: She often gets nominated and dies over and over again, sometimes not nominated by Hassel himself. However, no matter what happened, Ribey's handler would always save her.
- Tyrant Takes the Helm: The moment when she takes over Hassel's Headquarters, she immediately shows her true color as a remorseless tyrant. It remains ambiguous whether she was evil to begin with or it's a side effect from Hassel's attempt to awaken Sayaka's consciousness. Deep down, she still cares about her friends' well-being, she just doesn't value the lives of tributes summoned from other universes as much as her close friends.
- Weak, but Skilled: Even though she's physically weak, she has the skills and wit to keep herself alive.
- We Have Reserves: Unlike her master, Ribey doesn't seem to value the lives of her tributes that much, possibly due to her ability to convert them into Tactical Dolls. Her tributes are easily replaceable, and she doesn't seem to care so much when they die (at least when their souls aren't permanently destroyed). To be fair, when you can easily repair your tributes and mortality becomes a meaningless concept because you can simply put their souls into everlasting vessels, would you still care about the life and death of your subordinates in the first place?
- All Your Powers Combined: She can utilise both her rifle and Sayaka's magical powers.
- Close-Range Combatant: In contrast to Ribey's default state, she is a master of close range combat.
- Pistol Whip: As Ultimate Ribey, she's capable of using her rifle as a melee weapon.
Ribey, Dark Soul of Man
- Awesome, but Impractical: As awesome as it sounds, being empowered by the Dark of humanity can lead to a heavy emotional burden.
- Ax-Crazy: After more or less having her mind corrupted by the Dark of humanity, she's simply insane.
- Humanoid Abomination: Dark Soul Ribey has become the embodiment of the Dark of humanity itself, and everything about her is wild, unpredictable and incomprehensible.
- Magical Girl Warrior: Although she behaves less like a traditional Magical Girl and more like a Witch, they both technically are the same thing.
- Non-Indicative Name: The term "Dark Soul Ribey" is misleading, she's not Ribey in her prime, she's Sayaka possessing Ribey's body.
- Powerful, but Inaccurate: While her dark orbs can easily destroy all sorts of living beings in one hit, those projectiles are slow and difficult to land, and most of her foes can dodge them easily.
- Split-Personality Takeover: In this form, Ribey behaves less like Ribey and more like Sayaka on the verge of being burdened by her despair. Even her voice changes into Sayaka's voice.
- Superpowered Evil Side: Dark Soul Ribey is Ribey at her peak. However, this form is powered by the Dark of humanity, and such destructive power would gradually corrupt Ribey until she develops a destructive personality just like Sayaka.Scientist Hassel: A fleeting will to the Dark of humanity has been bestowed upon Ribey. She will feel envy, or perhaps love, and despite the inevitable trite and tragic ending, she will see no alternative, and is driven madly towards her target. The Dark of humanity embodies in the form of black sprites, but little is known about their true nature. If the soul is the source of all life, then what distinguishes the humanity we hold within ourselves?
- Voices Are Mental: When Sayaka's consciousnesses resurfaces and begins to possess Ribey, her headcanon voice actor would be Eri Kitamura instead of Rina Hidaka.
- Body Backup Drive: Her original body winds up as this for Ribey.
- Resurrected for a Job: In Reboot Season 50, Ribey temporarily reuses Prototype Sayaka's body to fight alongside Scientist Hassel. Near the end of the said season, she uses the last bit of her strength to bail out Hassel from the Arena before she collapses on the field, after which Ribey uses her current body to retrieve both her original body and Hassel himself.
- We Can Rebuild Him: In Convergence, Sayaka's remains are recovered by Scientist Hassel after the season and he managed to repair her via Brain Uploading. By the time of Reboot Season 12, she is given a new body and is now known as Ribey.
- Alternate Self: Sayaka in the Reboot is treated as a separate entity, with Hassel himself dismissing her as merely a failed clone of Prototype Sayaka. However, in contrast to what Hassel believed, this Sayaka is indeed a genuine article.
- Foreshadowing: When she was nominated along with Sayaka Maizono in Reboot Season 44, she gets labelled as "Not That Sayaka", whereas the other Sayaka in her school idol outfit is labelled as "Magical Girl Sayaka" instead. This foreshadows the fact that Sayaka Miki in the Reboot really isn't the same Sayaka from the Original Generation, but a different individual.
- Aloof Ally: She's indifferent of Ribey's noble goals and she only allies with Ribey just so she can hunt more Magical Girls.
- Dummied Out: Instead of having Stechkin being Sayaka's replacement due to having the same voice actress, Ribey has been chosen instead, due to the latter being easier to mass produce, more expendable and older than her note .
Heckler & Koch Model 416
- Alternate Self: Of Kyoko Sakura. Ribey has summoned 50 Kyokos from 50 different alternate timelines just so she can harvest their Soul Gems and place them into 50 generic HK416 units.
Heckler & Koch Model 416 Petit
- Cute and Psycho: She's a cute girl and one of the nicest people in Hassel's Quarters, but when she's a tribute, she has no qualms about wiping out the entire Japanese population with nothing but a knife, or resurrecting Doctor Doom with a spell just to take down M4A1, her old friendly rival... which gets Nimogen herself killed.
The Ethereal Kitten Corps
- Amazon Brigade: An all-female clone army created by infusing the DNA of fallen tributes with President Snow's DNA.
- Bodyguard Babes: They were initially designed as President Snow's personal bodyguards, but Hassel changed his mind and kept all the units for himself while building a new branch of the Snowclones from scratch.
- No Plans, No Prototype, No Backup: As a batch of one-off products, the Ethereal Kitten units are irreplaceable. In fact, after their debut season, they are already out of production, and all of the surviving models are integrated with the standard Snowclone Soldiers.
PSC-01-EK Ethereal Kitten
- Evil Counterpart: Of Eri Kitamura. It remains ambiguous why they all resemble a specific fallen tribute, but it is heavily implied that Scientist Hassel secretly funded Snow to build a clone army in an attempt to resurrect his fallen tributes.
PSC-01S-EK Eternal Kitten
- Ace Custom: She is a modified clone unit tailored for sniping tributes from afar, with amplified reflex as well as a certain degree of autonomy in which no other PSC-01-EK units have.
- Cold Sniper: A cold-blooded sniper without any concept of mercy.
- Evil Counterpart: Of Eri Kitamura, even more so than the standard clones. Scientist Hassel, the one who might have funded Snow to create his personal army, was heavily involved with the creation of this specific unit.
- Super Prototype: The PSC-01S-EK is a modified prototype clone unit, and she serves as the basis of the Snowclone Specialist. Unlike the standard issue units, she is almost purely made of the DNA of a fallen tribute, with a bare minimum of Snow's own DNA. As a result, she can outperform most of the clone units.
"YOU" / Yonah Originum Ursprung
- Depending on the Writer: Anyone can play as this character as long as the narration is written in 2nd Person and that their name is always capitalized. Because of this, their appearance and personality changes depending on who's playing as them.
- Eldritch Abomination: From a nominator's POV, they see "YOU" as a clone of themselves, but to a non-nominator, they see them rapidly cycling between all the nominators. Because of this, no one knows what their true form looks like.Ralsei: There was this... unusual tribute on one of the podiums, and Power [Stroke] was giving it strange looks...6k1: You mean my clone?Power: No, that was my clone!
- Empathic Shapeshifter: The form that they assume is completely dependent on the writer.
- The Mind Is a Plaything of the Body: While they can transform into any nominator, with all their strengths, weaknesses, and memories up until the point they were nominated, they can't override said nominator's personality or alignment.
The Sky of Blood
Markus Hassel / True Scientist HasselThe real Mark Hassel, whom the impostor from the Old World either killed or locked in a basement, was a genuine scientist with great scientific knowledge, but unlike the impostor who helps the weak with dark magic, he's a genuinely evil wretch who abuses the weak with the power of science. Fortunately, his ambition and madness are halted by Lordimark, who takes up his name to perform heroic deeds.
- All There in the Manual: The only way one would know his existence is to read the Lore Characters page.
- Good Powers, Bad People: In contrast to the impostor, the real Scientist Hassel possesses genuine scientist knowledge and healing power, but he uses his power to abuse the weak.
- Light Is Not Good: He's the genuine article and he usually wears a white lab coat to invoke a holy image, and yet he's anything but good.
- Uncertain Doom: It remains unknown whether the impostor has killed him or merely locked him in a cell, the only thing certain is that with him being gone for good, the would-be evil scientist would never have a chance to terrorize the world.
The Database Library
- 100% Adoration Rating: All the nominators so far appreciate her for her hard work and overall kindness, even Scipion. However, Tabby slightly dislikes her so that the former's Alternate Self won't be frazzled.
- Alternate Self: She's Power Stroke's non-Equestria Girls human counterpart.
- Ambiguously Absent Parent: She lost contact with her parents when she moved to Panem, which is why she sees Toriel as her "honorary mom". It's currently unknown if they survived the Great Destruction.
- Author Avatar: Of Troper No. 9001, by virtue of being a nominator as well.
- Basement-Dweller: Literally, since she does her Database work in the library basement.
- Benevolent Boss: It's implied that she treats her staff well despite her busyness, even knowing them on a personal level.
- Berserk Button: Do not nominate large group tributes like all the Smash Fighters or the entire multiverse, for she'll be out for your blood.
- Brain Bleach: Keeps a literal bottle of it with her when she time travels, just in case she witnesses something disgusting.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: She's just like any other nominator, cheering for her tributes and occasionally laughing at the absurdities during seasons, but she's a professional Database Manager.
- Butterfly of Doom: She makes sure that the tributes don't see her when she's in the past, lest she cause a rift in the timeline.
- Clocks of Control: She keeps wall clocks of the various worlds where she nominates her tributes from. Fitting for a time traveler who keeps the Database in order.
- Cool Big Sis: She sees herself as this to Frisk since she sees their adoptive mother Toriel as her "honorary mom".
- Crazy-Prepared: She always has a plan in case of the worst possible scenarios. According to Ichigo, she can "give Batman a run for his money in the planning and preparedness department."
- She has a Long List of tributes that she plans to nominate, so long that the scroll covers the entire floor when she unrolls it.
- When she gave Dave's travel group for Detective Gamechanger's party the hiking equipment, each backpack had a map, a compass, sunglasses, sunscreen, spare clothes both for cold and hot weather, a first-aid kit, a fire starter and some matches, a flashlight with spare batteries, and extra food and water. It's implied that she was expecting the group to take the afternoon hike, hence the gear for hot weather.
- After hearing about Zanreo being killed by her own tribute Cowbear in Reboot Season 33, she told her scientists to revive her the same way they revive her tributes in the event she dies, too. Her watch notifies them to retrieve her dead body. This happened in Reboot Season 37 when she was also killed by her own tribute Galekh Xigisi, and again after Reboot Season 50 when her soul was stolen by Scipion.
- If she dies in the past, her time machine would teleport her body back to the present.
- Whenever she travels, she carries with her a backpack that's specially designed to hold everything she needs without breaking her back, regardless of size. It's also resistant to the elements and has a security key.
- Dark Secret: She keeps her memories of the Original Timeline a secret from the ones in the Reboot Timeline and her time traveling a secret from everyone but Power, but has since confided the latter to Dupe, Ally, and Ichi. This is because someone might use her knowledge of the past against her.
- Timewrecker then outed her by broadcasting her OT memories and time machine across the Multiverse, driving her into catatonia. It turned out that it wasn't really an issue since she won't be easily targeted for her memories. A lot of people already know the OT's (former) existence, and time-based villains aren't likely to hunt her down since she's not a big threat to them, at least according to GC.
- Gadgeteer Genius: She makes up for her lack of superpowers by being skilled in tech, both in hardware and software, but leaning more on the latter. In fact, she has a toolbox in the storeroom so she can make repairs.
- Got Me Doing It: Power's penchant for puns rubs off her, so she sometimes makes them too while apologizing for their bad timings.
- Graceful Ladies Like Purple: Most of her outfits other than her lab coat are different shades of purple.
- Great Big Library of Everything: The Database Library, her workplace that she also calls home, as information about everything regarding the Hunger Games, from tribute history to negotiations with other worlds to research papers published by the Science Center.
- The Heart: She's the most emotionally stable among her nominator friends, and being the Only Sane Woman, she keeps their feelings in check.
- Heroic BSoD:
- Was anguished with grief after witnessing the Database, which had a copy of it downloaded into a robot resembling Power, get pulverized by the Messenger in Reboot Season 54. It was like being forced to watch her child die while she was unable to do anything about it. Thankfully, GC made a new bot, which resembled Twilight Sparkle, to comfort her the next day.
- After the Database Library was set on fire by LOLW in Reboot Season 63, she fell to her knees and broke down crying, wondering where she went wrong as Manager. Thankfully, her assistants, nominator friends, and tributes comforted her and gave her words of encouragement, motivating her to spring back into action.
- Hidden Depths: She shares some of her pony counterpart, Power's interests like drawing and reading, and like her, she likes Harry Potter and identifies as a Ravenclaw: intelligent and witty.
- Invisibility Cloak: She and her staff have cloaking devices, which were provided by Ichi after Scientist Erick was devoured by Valecor in the first episode of "Future of Panem".
- Ironic Name: Her name is more fitting for a robot while her Robot Buddy Ally's is more fitting for a human.
- Labcoat of Science and Medicine: Despite being head librarian, she wears a lab coat during work. It's just to keep her librarian uniform clean.
- Like Brother and Sister: She sees her friend Dave like her own brother, and he's willing to give up his life for her.
- Local Reference: She's from the Philippines, just like the real 9k1. In fact, she celebrated her country's Independence Day by nominating its countryball for Reboot Season 47.
- Mental Time Travel: Also has Determination like Frisk, allowing her to use SAVE Points, but can't use them outside the Underground.
- Me's a Crowd: Downplayed. She has only one clone, 6k2, who helps to make her work more efficient, courtesy of Dupe. Because of the latter's defectnote , both she and the clone are weak due to the power split, and only he can merge them back.
- Mission Control: With her Voidlands program/app, she can watch over the travelers and help them from the comforts of the basement or wherever she is at the moment.
- Motherly Scientist: She treats the Database like her own child, even moreso when it was downloaded into a robot.
- Not So Above It All:
- While she takes her work seriously, she's not above referencing memes, as shown when she nominated her tributes for Reboot Season 45.
- Sometimes she comes up with the craziest ideas when she's desperate, like when she considered transforming herself into a Starble to talk Mimi out of eating her personal belongings in case the plan to give her a translator didn't work.
- Past-Life Memories: Of the OT. As a survivor of the destruction of EVERYTHING in OT Season 250, she has a full recollection of everything that happened there.
- Ripple Effect-Proof Memory: A Required Secondary Power for a time traveler.
- Signature Laugh: Heehee, yep! She shares this with Power.
- The Strategist: Conducts meetings with her tributes before sending them off to parties, planning on how to keep them safe during their travels and the parties themselves.
- Smart People Wear Glasses: She wears a pair of blue glasses and is one of the many intelligent nominators.
- Teleportation Sickness: Suffers from interdimensional jet lag whenever she travels to other universes, having stayed in Panem for so long.
- Time Machine: She has one so she can travel back to past seasons to gather data about what happened back then. It's invisible to everyone but her and Power, but it can be detected with certain equipment or abilities.
- Workaholic: She's so focused on her work that she rarely leaves the library, except for when she has to time travel.
- You Are Number 6: She goes by 6k1.
- Your Soul Is Mine: Had her soul stolen by Scipion during his battle with Valecor. Thankfully, he wasn't able to eat it, so it returned to her body after he was defeated.
- A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Was a Killer Robot when it fought in Reboot Season 54. Because of its skeletal appearance, it was also compared to a Terminator by Ichigo Montoya.
- Anthropomorphic Personification: Of the Database itself, since a copy of it was installed in it.
- Benevolent A.I.: Became 6k1's helpful assistant after she upgraded its AI.
- Body Backup Drive: All its data and memories can be transferred to a new body when it gets destroyed.
- Enemy Scan: Can scan objects or tributes for any information about them.
- Eye Color Change: It changes its eye colors to show its system status or whenever it performs a function. It also gets literal Blue Screens of Death whenever it gets hacked.
- Feather Flechettes: Its second version can shoot razor feathers and regenerate them, courtesy of Ichi.
- Frickin' Laser Beams: Shoots lasers from its eyes, and also its horn in unicorn bodies.
- Ironic Name: Its name is more fitting for a human while its master TRP-6001's is more fitting for a robot.
- Meaningful Name:
- Its given name can be short for "alloy", and it also means "friend", albeit pronounced differently ("A-lee" instead of "A-lye").
- 6k1 considered naming it "Alex" after the virtual assistant Alexa, but decided against it because the name might tempt it to play "Despacito" every time her tributes died.
- No Biological Sex: Naturally, being a robot. It's referred to with "it" pronouns, but it also goes by gendered pronouns depending on the body the software's installed in.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Whenever it detects a threat or is about to shoot lasers.
- Robot Buddy: It helps 6k1 with her job.
- Robot Me: Of Power Stroke in its first version and Twilight Sparkle in its second. Gamechanger would've had it come back in a Lord Tirek body after its destruction, but it would've killed the mood for 6k1. 6k1 also plans to have the next body be that of Toriel's.
- Sitcom Archnemesis: Briefly served as one for Carnage during Reboot Season 54. A thinly veiled death threat from him on the first day resulted in the Symbiote chasing it in slow motion while "Chariots of Fire" was playing on the speakers later that night.
- Unwanted Assistance: As helpful as an assistant can be, its second version constantly reads 6k1's email notifications out loud, which has since been fixed by Ichi before its training session.
6k1's pet furball that was given to her by Gamechanger before her trip to the Underground, although the Database Manager didn't bring her along because of her mischief.
- Cool Pet: Who else wouldn't want an "adorable, naughty little furball", according to Power Stroke?
- Extreme Omnivore: She can eat almost anything without ill effects, temporarily growing into the size of whatever she just ate. Her species evolved to eat "trash" to combat "bad people" taking over their homes, and one Starble once ate a bomb and survived like it was nothing. This can't be tampered with magic, as proven in the experiment 6k1note and Twilight Sparkle conducted on her in an attempt to stop her from eating the former's personal belongings.
- Frickin' Laser Beams: Can shoot twin lasers from her star antennae.
- Happily Adopted: By 6k1, after she and Twilight comforted her over her missing parents.
- Healing Hands: Her antennae can also heal wounds when they touch them.
- Hyper-Destructive Bouncing Ball: Becomes one whenever she gets hiccups.
- Parental Abandonment: Her parents hid her egg when the "bad people" arrived at their home, which is a jungle planet where a superweapon was being built.
- Ridiculously Cute Critter: She's a tiny furball creature with a smiley face that likes nuzzling her owner and friendly people with her silky smooth fur.
- Stellar Name: Her name's short for "Mimosa", the second brightest star in the Crux constellation.
- Translator Collar: She was given one during the backup experiment to help 6k1 understand her.
Billy and His Group
Tropes associated with him.
- Big Fancy House: His mansion is located on a planet that has beautiful natural landscape. The mansion itself is roughly the same size as the Aerium in real life, and has a lot of advanfed facilities, like a simulation room, medical room, etc.
- Cool Starship: His personal ship, Eagle of the Universe, is an average sized starship based on the Kendorian scoutship. However, it is heavily modified to his personal preferences, with the exterior resembling an eagle, and having features like improved performances, as well as a simulator and other luxurious amenities.
- Fiction 500: He is stated to be one of the richest person in The Federation of Kendor, with his corporation, Eagle's Hawk Corporation, being among the largest and wealthiest.
- Fighting Spirit: He gains a Stand after stabbing himself with a Stand Arrow. His Stand is named Drones, and it takes the form of 50 drones of various geometric shapes surrounding Billy.
- Honest Corporate Executive: Treats the workers in his corporation properly, rather than exploiting them. He is even stated to support worker's rights.
- Me's a Crowd: Downplayed. Billy only has a clone that he made before Reboot Season 50 as a replacement in case he got killed in the season. After the season however, he decided on letting his clone stay and help with his job instead, functioning as the CEO of his corporation and helping with things related to Billy's activities in the Hunger Games and his adventures.
- Shout-Out: His Stand is named after an album by a rock band called Muse.
Dave the Assassin and Associates
- Dimensional Traveler: He's been to a lot of places.
- Me's a Crowd: He has two ways to achieve this effect:
- The first is by summoning a direct shadow clone by himself. He can mentally link with these clones as well, and they may be augmented with Sheikah powers for spying purposes.
- The second leans more toward standard Cloning Blues, by use of Replicas. The original Dave can only influence these ones, and they are more independent than his shadow clones are. However, they are so human-like in every way, they are a living being in and by themselves. This is because his models are based off of Vexen's newest models for Xehanort's Real Organization XIII.
- Past-Life Memories: Of the timeline which is now the Voidlands. Like 6k1, he was a survivor of the Great Cataclysm that was the destruction of EVERYTHING in OG S250.
- Ripple Effect-Proof Memory: His incredibly strong affinity to time magic grants him this. While he's still affected by a time rewind, he retains memories of what was happening before the rewind.
- Shapeshifter Default Form: He goes out by assuming the image of Dr. August Oldmann.
- Squishy Wizard: He describes himself as this. In his own words: his physical strength is lacking, but his magical prowess (especially with time magic), passable intellect, and especially his vast resources makes up for it.
- Seen It All: Downplayed. He's traveled across the Omniverse before he entered the Games, and still does so offscreen. As such, not much fazes him. That being said, however, certain things can still surprise him.
- Time Master: Time magic is his strongest forte, and he's been shown using Stopza more than once. This also gives him a form of immunity; while he is still affected by a time rewind by someone else, he retains his memories of what happens before the rewind as if he's the one who rewinded it himself.
Scipion and his Group
One of the nominators. He is a Zoroark and a well known serial killer across Panem. He wanted to become powerful to battle Valecor after absorbing hiss essence and became a mindless eldritch creature seeking to absorb everything. He managed to evolve and regained his sanity while having great powers. His past-self was responsible for the Great Calamity.
- Arc Villain: When he became mindless, he threatened to engulf the entire multiverse.
- Ax-Crazy: This trait is what sets him apart from the other nominators.
- Blood Knight: He loves fighting when he isn't murdering people. He despises it when people use weapons instead of physical or magical attacks, thinking that only cowards hide behind them.
- The Bully: To Detective Gamechanger, even if the latter considers him as an Arch-Enemy. Scipion still cares a bit about the detective and was curious about him fighting Valecor.
- Destroyer Deity: When he absorbed enough literal Nightmare Fuel to kill everyone in the original timeline, as well as his eldritch form before achieving his final form.
- Evil Laugh: Eyahahaha!
- Jerkass: To anyone who isn't one of his friends and isn't able to match him in a fight.
- Undying Loyalty: To Giratina and the other nominators.
Scipion's master and adoptive father, Giratina is the embodiment of imperfection in Scipion's homeworld. He was seeking revenge against Valecor before learning that Timewrecker was the one responsible for his downfall.
- Blood Knight: Just like Scipion, he loves fighting.
- Dimensional Traveler: Before he got back his Griseous Orb, allowing to use all of his powers, he was already capable of travelling everywhere.
- The Leader: He leads his own group of villains although some betrayed him.
- Old Master: To Scipion and his friends. Pretty much what you would expect from a deity who is millenia old.
- Revenge: First Arceus, then Valecor, finally Timewrecker. This is what motivated him in the first place.
- Worthy Opponent: He appreciates it when his opponent is giving him a challenge and he can respect them as a fighter.
An ancient dark artifact resurrected by Giratina. One of the first villains to join his group and the only one who did not betray his master while staying openly at his side.
A disgusting Bokoblin. Previously simple minion of the legion, he accidentally landed on the Distortion World, warning Giratina about Maleficent's betrayal and her attacks on the legion. Stayed at his side, despite Scipion hating him.
A powerful red areemer that befriended Scipion because of their sadism. The demon helped to save 6k1 after Waterblight Ganon ambushed her.
Zanreo's Secret Base
- Cloning Blues: Her Valecor-induced nightmare and conversation with Zanreo afterwards implies she's suffering from some insecurities regarding being a clone, especially a "worse" one affected by literal glitches, and is worried she might at some point not be needed or just be easily replaced by a new one. However, Zanreo reassures her she still cares about her and considers her to be her friend and her own person, and would never just replace her.
- Electronic Speech Impediment: Her voice sounds like this, with words often being corrupted and garbled, or sometimes dragged out or spoken really fast.
- Anti-Hero Team
- Improbably Female Cast: The underwhelming ratio of 9 girls to 5 boys.
- Five-Man Band: The Original 6 falls under this
- Four-Temperament Ensemble: Of the Original Four
- Sanguine: Spiderham
- Choleric: Flamberge
- Phlegmatic: Ichigo
- Melancholic: Dr. Quack
- Abusive Parents: In her backstory, she had parents who isolated her from the outside world.
- Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: Played With, She starts off like this and then allys with Billy and the other nominators.
- Anti-Hero: Lacks a lot of heroic qualities
- Author Avatar: Of Tabby Girl 4.
- Bitch Understudy: A nominator who actively plans on overthrowing Snow and the Capitol with the Mew Aqua prototype she has.
- Brainy Brunette: She has naturally brown hair and brains to go with it.
- The Bus Came Back: Her player took a break from posting from Early June to Late August. She even took a more active role after her bus trip.
- Defrosting Ice Queen: Slowly warms up to the other nominators during the Voidlands trip.
- Headphones Equal Isolation: Wears headphones to block out distractions and increases focus.
- The Leader
- Power Copying: Her main ability and can also transfer powers to others.
- Purple Is Powerful: She wears purple and knows light and darkness spells.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue to her second in command's red.
- Tomboyish Ponytail
- Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Likes a lot of cute things.
- Unmanly Secret: A Rare Female Example, She secretly listens to kawaii future bass.
A 7-year-old girl who is Tabby's cheerful second-in-command who helps her with duties. Wields the Raindancer's Umbrella, a magical artifact which grants her one ability of her choice.
- Break the Cutie Flamberge, the games have separated her from her sisters and miss them a lot. She has a short temper and sometimes releases her anger onto others without the presence of her Morality Pet, Francisca to calm her down. Fortunately, she gets better after Season 52 when she is reunited with Francisca.
- The Igor: Ichigo in their experiments with the Mew Aqua Prototype.
- The Medic: Dr. Quack
- One Steve Limit: Averted, do not confuse Ichigo with the other nominator with the same name.
- Dark and Troubled Past: Elliot was abused by his father at a young age, to the point where he tried to kill himself over it and the fact that his mother and sister were killed by said abuser. Today, he suffers from (mild) Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and doesn't expect to ever get rid of it completely.
- Good Feels Good: One of Elliot's favorite sights is a good person being happy because of his own actions.
- Nervous Wreck: Having a combination of High-Functioning Autism and PTSD doesn't exactly do his composure wonders.
The Two Morths
The two main universes introduced by [[troper/Smiley 100 P]].
- Canon Welding: A canon-welded universe of at least 12, Ichabod The Optimistic Canine, and Super Animal Royale.
- Mirror Universe: Morth Alpha and Morth Sigma are this to each other... to an extent. A significant amount of characters simply have different ethics from one another, and the characters who do have their alignments flipped tend to have a good reason.
- Break the Cutie: Daisy was thrust into the hunger games, burned to death, and brought back just to see her father and his friend fight to the death from the skies. She was also held hostage by Dark Elliot at one point.
- Arc Villain: He's currently the primary threat, with the Legion of Doom.
- Benevolent Boss: He's this to his followers, treating them with complete respect.
- Big Bad Duumvirate: With the Legion of Doom.
- Dark Is Evil: Pitch black body and very evil.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He genuinely views the villains working with him as the closest thing he has to family. Makes sense given he's the embodiment of all evil.
- Evil Laugh: Geh heh heh heh!
- Made of Evil: He's literally made of nightmare fuel and evil.
- Me's a Crowd: He can use his shadow powers to create clones of himself.
- The Needless: As an Eldritch Abomination, he doesn't need to breathe, eat, or sleep. He only does the latter two for fun.
- Nightmare Weaver: He can force people to sleep and give them nightmares.
- Ultimate Evil: What he actually is. He's the ultimate evil as he's the very first one, being the literal embodiment of it.
The Legion of Doom
- Arc Villain: Serve as this for the moment, alongside Valecor as well as Scipion and G-13.
- Big Bad Duumvirate: With Valecor, though the Legion act more like Co-Dragons with Agendas.
- Co-Dragons: To Valecor, though they have their own separate agendas.
- However, most of the members (including the high commands) have reached a compromise to use a Multiversal Convergence as means of ruling the Multiverse.
- Dwindling Party: Thanks to Diavolo's and Ultimecia's attacks, the Legion lost its weaker members. An earlier example was Zamasu getting killed by Valecor when the Legion joined forces with him and Tom and Janna defecting.
- Later on, Zim is executed for his repeated failures and accidentally giving out their locations to some of the Multiverse's heroes.
- Boxman defects when he finds out the Legion's High Commands to be too evil for him.
- Dragon with an Agenda: Oh, boy. Though, they do drop this part later on when they discover the Multiversal Convergence and even go as far as dropping all intentions of betraying Valecor.
- Legion of Doom: It's in the name.
- Villain Team-Up: Of various villains across the omniverse, headed by Lord Nightmare, Grogar, Black Hat, Aku, HIM, Bill Cipher and Lucemon.
- Big Bad Duumvirate: Given that he's one of the Legion's top dogs he works as this currently for the Multiversal Convergence arc along with Grogar and Lucemon.
- The Leader: The self-proclaimed one of the Legion of Doom, as he started it.
- Omnicidal Maniac: He discovers that a Multiversal Convergence occurred as a result of Thanos' actions and decides to use it as means of reshaping the Multiverse.
- Out of Focus: Despite being the leader, he was one of the Legion's least focused on members. At least until the Multiversal Convergence Arc.
- Villainous Friendship: Somewhat with Grogar.
- The Corrupter: With the help of the Rainbow of Darkness he corrupted a version of Princess Celestia into Daybreaker.
- Dragon with an Agenda: He cares nothing for either Valecor, Nightmare's or the other members of the Legion of Doom's plans, and is plotting to overthrow them all. However, this gets downplayed later on as he begins striking up a friendship of sorts with Nightmare.
- Obfuscating Stupidity: Pretends to be oblivious to his Legion's treachery, having fully well expected it from the beginning of their recruitment.
- Omnicidal Maniac: After discovering the Multiversal Convergence he gladly allows it to happen, so that he can use it as means of reshaping his own universe in his image.
- A Day In The Lime Light: Though usually Out of Focus, he had a whole chapter to himself, in which he was sent to capture a version of Yellow Diamond. And succeeded.
- Omnicidal Maniac: Is on board with the Multiversal Convergence plan.
- Omnicidal Maniac: He gladly joined in on the plan to let the Multiversal Convergence destroy all the universes and reshape them afterwards.
- Rage Against the Heavens: According to his own words, this is the reason he fell from grace.
- Surrounded by Idiots: With how much his underlings argue amongst each other, he feels like this.
- They Killed Kenny Again: Due to being nominated twice so far after joining the Legion and failed to win both times, he's died a total of two times. Of course, being a Digimon means Death Is Cheap for him.
- Unholy Matrimony: With Lilithmon
- A Lighter Shade of Black: Make no mistake, he's still a monster but even then he's nowhere near as bad as most of the other members of the Legion.
- The Dreaded: Tom is rightfully terrified of him, and so is most of the Universe.
- Locked Out of the Loop: He's unaware of the Multiversal Convergence, and the other members of the Legion are making sure it remains that way.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: His attempts to balance the Universe wound up causing a Multiversal Convergence that threatens to end all Universes at once.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: He ultimately seeks to bring about a more prosperous future, even if his methods are very far from correct.
- Demonic Possession: By Scipion, she's eventually freed from it by Valecor.
- Spared by the Adaptation: She seemingly dies at Surtur's sword in Thor: Ragnarok, but here, she is saved by the Legion of Doom before she can get killed.
- Adaptational Badass: Unlike the series, King Sombra remains on the team, as he doesn't get the chance to attack Equestria.
- Even Evil Has Standards: They are not on board at all with Grogar's plans on the Multiversal Convergence.
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: They just barely work together out of necessity.
- Parental Substitute: Reclutantly starts acting as this for Cozy, as he was moved by her backstory of being abandoned by her birth parents. That said, they still bicker with each other a lot. Taken to it's next logical step when Grogar forces him to go undercover to Equestria as one of Cozy's "parents".
- Enfant Terrible: A given with her age
- Parental Abandonment: Both of her parents abandoned her when she was born, forcing her to grow up in an orphanage, which made her resentful of friendship and good guys giving her a twisted view on those concepts.
- Replacement Goldfish: Views her new hive as this, as she still misses her old one, deep down.
- Seen It All: She is unfazed by the Voidlands, claiming she's seen worse.
- Ship Tease: A slight one with Valecor, as she blushes when the latter compliments her appearance.
- Fusion Dance: Eventually merges with the Pony of Shadows to grow stronger.
- Spared by the Adaptation: Doesn't get the chance to recklessly attack Equestria like in canon and doesn't die as a result.
- Deader Than Dead: Thanks to Luna's and Giratina's efforts she ceased to exist altogether.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Takes Sombra's role of being the first member of the Legion to perish, although in completely different circumstances.
- Original Character: A character made specifically for Convergence.
- Berserk Button: Claiming her looks and charms were the only reason she got her position.
- The Dragon: Whenever Lucemon's unavailable she's in charge. Regularly she serves as his second in-command.
- Undying Loyalty: She's eternally loyal to Lucemon, even carrying his Digitama whenever he gets regressed to it.
- Unholy Matrimony: With Lucemon.
- Co-Dragons: With Piedmon, and the other Great Demon Lords, though he acts subservient to them.
- Crazy-Prepared: When he sent in Apocalymon to deal with Maleficent's group, he made sure to hide a secret program into it.
- Even Evil Has Standards: He found Snow's torturous execution of some prisoners of to be too much.
- The Load: He's not very useful on his own. With his incompetence leading to Tom and Janna escaping from Valecor's Lair and getting his arch-nemesis Dib and the Crystal Gems aware of the Legion's existence.
- You Have Failed Me: Eventually he winds up executed by the High Commands for all his troubles.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: When Professor Venomous reveals he'll rather stay in the Legion and follow through with the Convergence plan, he breaks up with him and gets kicked out of both the Legion and his company, Boxmore, in response. Afterwards he simply leaves the Legion to warn the heroes of his world.
Professor VenomousA bio-engineer and Lord Boxman's (former) boyfriend.
- Eviler Than Thou: He is way more evil than Boxman, to the point that he is on board with the Multiversal Convergence plan. He even begins to recruit the villains of his world to help out with said plan.
Timewrecker and his forces
- Enemy Mine: Is apparently only working with Timewrecker because G-13 is more of a threat than even him.
The Dark Nominators
- We Hardly Knew Ye: His only purpose was to be Scipion's dark counterpart before being slain by Thunderblight Ganon.
The Watchers of the Void
- Expy: Of the Abyss Watchers, a legion of undead who used to be heroes in their past lives until they're consumed by the Abyss.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: The easiest way to identify them is to look at their eyes. Members of the Void Watchers have glowing red eyes seemingly related to the magical power that resurrected them.
- Our Zombies Are Different: Most of them are effectively mindless zombies, but a few of them possess a certain degree of intelligence.
- Was Once a Man: They used to be tributes in the Original Generation.
The Mysterious Dimension
- Hidden Agenda Villain: Wants Bale to come to his dimension for an unknown reason.
- We Wait: Suggests to ??? to wait for the G-13, Timewrecker and Legion of Doom to be thwarted/destroyed before making their move.
Panoptes and its Vex army and simulated tributes
- Bad Boss: Ordered the four simulations to destroy a Goblin to test out their combat capabilities. It then deletes another one after it asks it a question it thought was stupid.
- Card-Carrying Villain: Is well aware of how despicable it is.
- Denser and Wackier: That being said, because of that and being able to talk and SPEAKING IN ALL CAPS, it's a lot more goofy here than it was in Curse of Osiris.
- No Indoor Voice: It shouts everything it says.
- Suddenly Voiced: It and the rest of the Vex speak.
- We Wait: Subverted. It did tell its army to wait for the villains in the Voidlands to either leave or get killed before converting it, but after learning the truth, it cancelled the plans to convert it.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's rude, snarky, lazy and apathetic to most things but does care about Bale and other people.
- Imaginary Friend: He sees the puppets he created and tells stories to as these.
- Seen It All: Upon seeing 6k1 hearing that Nimogen has literally backstabbed all of Japan, his response was, "I wish I wasn't jaded to the shit that happens in Panem."
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Retreats back underground after seeing zombies and giant spiders in ths Arena after going up.