The Database Library
The head librarian and Database Manager who documents every tribute submitted since the beginning. She's also a close affiliate of Dave the Assassin and Ichigo Montoya.
- 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, but she's starting to warm up to her.
- 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.
- Brainy Brunette: Sports a black bob-cut hairstyle and possesses extensive knowledge about the Database.
- 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.
- Carved Mark: Had a yo-yo symbol carved on her chest when Waterblight Ganon attacked her in the hidden cave below the basement. This symbol also appeared on her clone, Power, and Paper, and it helps protect them from nightmares. It also lets her communicate with the Blight telepathically.
- Catchphrase: Whenever the Database is hacked, expect her to say, "these tributes always find ways!"
- Celibate Hero: She's so caught up with her work that finding love isn't her priority, to the point that she had to correct Tokage when he called her "Mrs."
- 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.
- Didn't Think This Through: As Crazy-Prepared as she is, she sometimes makes mistakes in her plans, like when she didn't account for the possibility of Discord showing up at Power's assertiveness training with Fluttershy.
- Foil: To Dave. She's a young Muggle scientist/librarian who still gets emotional over what happens in the Games while he's a Long-Lived omniversal traveler who isn't fazed because he's Seen It All.
- Friendship Trinket: Both she and Dave wear replicas of the Heart Locket, with "Siblings Forever" as a custom engraving. It was a Christmas gift for the latter.
- 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 on 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, has 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 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.
- When Timewrecker leaked her OT memories and time machine to the public, she was driven into catatonia. Thankfully, GC reassured her that that wouldn't be a big deal in the long run.
- After witnessing Dory, her own tribute, destroy Tier 0 aka EVERYTHING in Season 74, she froze up and collapsed as memories of the First Great Destruction came back to her. It took her a while to regain consciousness, and Dave comforted her by vowing to never leave her behind.
- Hidden Depths:
- 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.
- It Sucks to Be the Chosen One: Hated being thrusted into the role when Timewrecker taunted her about refusing the call and forced her to train herself to fight him.
- 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 Void Viewer, 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. In fact, she treats her other assistants Dupe and Mimi like her own children.
- Nice Girl:
- She's one of the nicest nominators, caring deeply about her tributes and friends.
- This is also reflected in the kinds of tributes she nominates: mostly heroes, and she doesn't nominate villains or jerks unless they have redeeming qualities. However, there are exceptions:
- In Reboot Season 43, she nominated Gaea Everfree by corrupting Gloriosa Daisy with the geode replicas, only for the DM to regret it. This is because her personality wasn't fully established at the time.
- While she knows trolls are a violent race, she still nominates them because she likes aliens. She simply makes careful negotiations with the midbloods since they're harder to please than the lowbloods (especially the teals and ceruleans), and she doesn't nominate highbloods because they're the most violent in the hemospectrum. Galekh was an exception because he was the most decent among the indigos, but even then, he still had a bone to pick with her in Reboot Season 37. Also, she nominated Feferi three times in the OT because she was one of the few, if not the only fuschia who wasn't insane.
- 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.
- Just like Power, her Trademark Favorite Food is quesadillas, and she'll gorge on a plate of it whenever she sees one.
- Odd Friendship: With Scipion, a serial killer, much to the Rescue Squad and Ralsei's shock. She even thinkS of reconsidering it after he broke his promise to protect her by nearly killing her in a fit of rage during Reboot Season 83.
- 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.
- Pen Pals: With Ichi and Psyche via emails and text messages.
- Plucky Girl: One of the more optimistic nominators, she always bounces back no matter what life throws at her. However, she's aware that there's such thing as "being too optimistic for your own good", so she occasionally has her cynical moments.
- Power Fist: She can wear the Transia Corporation Exoskeleton to enhance her upper arm strength, courtesy of Ichi. In fact, she ended up punching a Snow dummy across the Training Room while testing it.
- Powered Armor: She can instantly summon her Keyblade Armor, which was a Christmas gift from Dave, by pressing the pauldron on her left shoulder, though it can be removed physically, too. Despite looking heavy, it doesn't impede movement, and it also protects her from the darkness of the Lanes Between. It also comes with its own set of custom-made swords.
- Ripple Effect-Proof Memory: A Required Secondary Power for a time traveler.
- Science Hero: She uses science and technology for her work and is one of the heroic nominators.
- Selfie Fiend: Was this during her Underground vacation, snapping groupies with her travel buddies and sharing them with Ichi.
- 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.
- Triple Shifter: She juggles between Database work and completing other tasks outside her resumé day in and day out. She hardly gets any sleep.
- Turn the Other Cheek: While she was hesitant at first, she forgave Scipion for his destruction of the OT and murder of her in his nightmare form.
- Undying Loyalty: To Dave. Even if she's busy, she'll never leave him, no matter what.
- Violence Really Is the Answer: Normally, she prefers resolving problems peacefully just like Frisk, only fighting out of self-defense, but when things go too far, she's willing to have the criminal punished or even killed.
- While she believes in the right to a fair trial and agreed with GC's decision to arrest Timewrecker before giving him his due punishment, the latter proved too much for her when he started targeting her of out childish pettiness. As a result, she agreed with Ichi to have him killed for good.
- When Zorua attempted to destroy the Multiverse in Reboot Season 74, she let Bale team up with Scipion to kill them after they refused to listen to her.
- Workaholic: She's so focused on her work that she rarely leaves the library, except for when she has to time travel.
- The Xenophile: She likes nominating Experiments, Gems, and the aforementioned trolls because aliens are her "favorite space things".
- 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.
6k1's robot assistant who helps her with her Database work. It was built with her permission by Detective Gamechanger to fight in Reboot Season 54, and then given to her after it was rebuilt with a new body.
- A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Was a Killer Robot when it fought in 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.
- Artificial Family Member: 6k1 sees it not just as her assistant, but also as her own child.
- Benevolent A.I.: Became 6k1's helpful assistant after she upgraded its AI.
- Berserk Button: Timewrecker's name, be it his real name or codename. Saying it will make its eyes glow red, and one time it ended up lasering the floor of Ichi's bunker until 6k1 fixed that bug.
- Body Backup Drive: All its data and memories can be transferred to a new body when it gets destroyed.
- Butt-Monkey: No matter how many times it's repaired or upgraded, it still gets hacked by the tributes often.
- Calling Parents by Their Name: It calls 6k1 "6001" instead of "Mother" or "Mom" because of its speech quirk.
- Discard and Draw: Whenever 6k1 rebuilds it, she changes its combat capabilities to better suit the body that it's built with. The only functions that are universal are its databanks, laser eyes, and scanner.
- 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 could shoot razor feathers and regenerate them, courtesy of Ichi.
- Fire-Breathing Weapon: Its third version has retractable flamethrowers, mimicking Toriel's fire powers.
- Frickin' Laser Beams: Shoots lasers from its eyes, and also its horn in unicorn bodies. Its third version even floats and T-Poses while doing so.
- Grew Beyond Their Programming: Started out as a robot with rudimentary AI, but became more sentient with each upgrade, even showing emotion.
- Ironic Name: Its name is more fitting for a human while its master TRP-6001's is more fitting for a robot.
- Mechanical Horse: Its first two versions were robot ponies.
- 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.
- Number Two: 6k1's right-hand assistant, even helping her with tasks besides Database work.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Whenever it detects a threat or is about to fire its lasers.
- Robo Speak: Speaks like a stereotypical robot, but gradually talks normally as its AI gets upgraded. It occasionally relapses, though.
- 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 planned to have the next body be that of Toriel's, which was realized after Timewrecker made Ally explode.
- Sitcom Archnemesis: Briefly served as one for Carnage during Season 54. A thinly veiled death threat from him on the first day resulted in Kasady chasing it in slow motion while "Chariots of Fire" was playing on the speakers later that night.
- Spock Speak: Tends to speak formally, without contractions, and addresses people by their full names.
- Unwanted Assistance: As helpful as an assistant can be, its second version constantly read 6k1's email notifications out loud, which was fixed by Ichi before its training session.
- First CVG appearance: Post 908note
One of Jumba's Experiments who lives with 6k1 as her assistant, first competing in the Games in Reboot Season 23. He usually clones her to make her work more efficient, but can clone other items or people as well, at the cost of splitting their powers between them.
- Ascended Extra: He went from appearing in exactly one season (where he was shot down by Darkseid during the Feast, no less) to a supporting character in Convergence/ASAS.
- Conservation of Ninjutsu: His defect evenly divides the power between clones, making them all weaker. Before he was sent to 6k1, however, he was modified so that he wouldn't be affected by it.
- Curious as a Monkey: Tends to bat his paws at anything new.
- Out of Focus: Doesn't receive as much "screentime" as the other assistants.
- The Speechless: He only mews and gestures with his paws.
- First CVG appearance: Post 1018note
6k1's pet Starble 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 mischievous tendencies.
- Apologizes a Lot: Tends to say sorry for her accidents a lot.
- The Baby of the Bunch: The youngest "child" of the three assistants, and is constantly being pampered by 6k1.
- Big Eater: Her appetite is so large that she was eventually fitted with a high-tech muzzle to keep her from eating things that she shouldn't eat.
- Cheerful Child: She likes cheering up people by nuzzling them.
- Constantly Curious: She asks a lot of questions about the world around her, and wants to explore the world outside the basement.
- Cool Pet: Who else wouldn't want an "adorable, naughty little furball", according to Power?
- The Cutie: She's an affectionate, sweet-natured Ridiculously Cute Critter who has no problem endearing herself to people.
- 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 via 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.
- Fuzz Therapy: Acted as Dave's therapy pet when he was hospitalized.
- 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.
- Nice Girl: While she can sometimes be a handful, she genuinely means well and doesn't have a single mean bone in her fuzzy little body.
- No Infantile Amnesia: Her earliest memories date back to even before she was hatched; she could hear everything outside her egg.
- Odd Friendship: With the Waterblight Ganon, although she was scared of it at first.
- Parental Abandonment: Her parents hid her egg when the "bad people" invaded their home, which is a jungle planet where a superweapon was being built.
- Parrot Pet Position: She rides on 6k1's shoulder when she travels with her.
- 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.
- Trauma Button: Anything that reminds her of the "bad people" causes the normally cheery Starble to freak out and curl up into a ball.
- Adaptational Early Appearance: In the Reboot HGS proper, she first appears in Season 50 (the first Nominator Games), but in Convergence, she shows up in Season 44 to talk to 6k1 about Gamechanger's party.
- Adorkable: She's an artist who's a squealing fanmare of the Games and is overall a nice pony to hang out with, as her friend Ichigo can attest.Ichigo: Ya adorable, nerdy little pony.
- Affectionate Gesture to the Head: She likes having her head petted by Ichi.
- Affectionate Nickname: "Pow-Pow", which was her foalhood nickname given to her by her aunt Miranda Rights. It used to be embarrassing for her, but after realizing that she's been through worse situations than the time when Leonard Sutton announced it to the entire Multiverse during Reboot Season 72, she accepted it.
- Alternate Self:
- She's 6k1's pony counterpart. Whether or not she has a human counterpart living in the Equestria Girls world remains to be seen.
- There are also alternate versions of her who compete in other Multiversal reality shows such as Big Brother and Survivor. One constant thing about them's that they're all fans of their respective shows.
- Additionally, a stick figure◊ version of her called Paper Coke lives in an alternate Equestria where all its inhabitants are stick figures that talk like TTS devices.
- Art Initiates Life: She's able to create animate objects from her artwork and bring anything that she draws to life via magic, to the point that she's even capable of making functional replicas of items from other worlds, such as the Control Crown and the Invisibility Cloak.
- While she can make her food drawings come to life, she can't make them taste like the real ones because she hasn't mastered that part of her spell yet.
- She can also take swatches from photos and drawings and turn them into paint.
- Awesome, but Impractical: Her art magic requires full concentration or else the spell breaks. More complex drawings are harder and take longer to summon, so she prefers quick and easy objects. It's actually one of the more advanced spells, and it took her around ten or so years after getting her cutie mark to learn and master it.
- Beware the Nice Ones: This adorable, nerdy little pony intentionally sharpens her horn into an ideal stabbing weapon. In fact, she nearly injured her aunt with it during one of their arguments in the past, so the latter had to wrap it in bandages.
- Blue Is Heroic: She's a blue-coated unicorn and one of the heroic nominators, albeit an honorary one.
- Brainy Brunette: Like her human counterpart, she has a black mane and is clever when it comes to problem-solving.
- Carved Mark: Indirectly got the same yo-yo symbol on her flanks when Waterblight Ganon attacked 6k1 in the hidden cave below the basement. This symbol also appeared on 6k1's clone and Paper, and it helps protect them from nightmares.
- Character Development: She learned how to control her emotions and be more self-confident after her friendship lessons and assertiveness training with Twilight Sparkle and Fluttershy, respectively, although the latter's training was canceled due to Discord's interruption.
- Color-Coded Wizardry: Her magic aura is silver in contrast with her aunt's gold.
- Cover Innocent Eyes and Ears: Did this twice to Ralsei: once when the train passed through a slaughterhouse on the way to the Arena for the Reboot Nominator Games (Season 50), and again during her watch party in Season 61, when President Snow broadcasted footage of prisoners suffering the same overkill treatment that Kim Taehyung aka V went through in the last.
- Cute Bookworm: Like her idol, Twilight, she also likes reading.
- Her favorite book series is Marey Trotter, the Ponish translation of the famous Wizarding School series featuring Gender Flipped versions of some of the characters. She sees herself as a Ravenclaw, being intelligent and witty, a trait that she shares with her human counterpart, 6k1.
- She also likes reading fanfics, with her favorite being White Box because of its Unconventional Formatting and the fact that she can relate to the protagonist, who's also a painter capable of bringing his art to life via magic. The only thing she didn't like about it was that Princess Celestia was implied to be the bad guy.
- Deuteragonist: She receives just as much focus as 6k1 starting in Reboot Season 49.
- Embarrassing Nickname:
- "Pow-Pow", at first, but Ichi couldn't help but call her that after Miranda did so in front of him during the preparations for their watch party for Reboot Season 61.Power: Do not "Pow-Pow" me, Ichi.Ichigo: Hey, it ain't my fault your aunt gave you such a cute and catchy nickname, ya adorable, nerdy little pony.
- After accepting that "Pow-Pow" wasn't embarrassing at all, Crimson Gale called her "Powie" at Billy's party, which she silently cringed at.
- "Pow-Pow", at first, but Ichi couldn't help but call her that after Miranda did so in front of him during the preparations for their watch party for Reboot Season 61.
- Expressive Ears: As with all ponies, they flop when she's sad.
- Of the Hunger Gamesnote . Her bedroom is full of posters and assorted merchandise, including a plush of Snow, which was destroyed by Ichi after hearing about him extending Villain Day until Halloween. Said plush was replaced by one of Paylor, which was a Hearth's Warming gift from her aunt.
- She also idolizes Twilight due to being able to relate to her, to the point that she can contact her anytime via crystal ball.
- Foil: To Ichi. She's a magic user who worries a lot while he's a tech user who's difficult to faze. And while they both hate Snow, she likes seeing him being beaten up by the tributes while he just wants to see him dead for good.
- Friendless Background: Struggled with making friends growing up because her tendency to freak out held her back. While her classmates hung out with theirs, she usually just stayed at home and practiced her art magic.
- Full-Name Ultimatum:
- Got one from 6k1 when she and Ichigo tried rebelling against Snow by using a You-Doo Doll to force him to shorten Villain Month to just Villain Week.
- She later received a much calmer one from Twilight during the tail end of Billy's party, when she resorted to binging on hot cocoa in an attempt to stay awake long enough to watch Reboot Season 73.
- Heroic BSoD: Being a self-admitted Nervous Wreck, she has her moments.
- Mentally broke down during Snow's party when she heard that OG universe still exists as the Voidlands, traumatized by what 6k1's tributes did in the old timeline and Wario Guy possessing her in the second Nominator Games (OG Season 200). She got better after Dave's group and Ralsei comforted her by reminding her that she wasn't alone. Even Billy's tributes consoled her.
- During the first Reboot Nominator Games, she was reduced to tears after witnessing the deaths of her friends Ralsei and Gale. She eventually got better after the season, even forgiving Ichi for killing the latter for yanking his hair.
- Upon realizing that Psychedelicate was among the many Australians who had perished in Reboot Season 58's Bloodbath, she broke down crying while discussing it with an equally shaken Ichigo, who wasted no time teleporting to Power's home in order to provide her with a shoulder to cry on while Bale offered her some consoling words over the radio.
- After witnessing Miko Mitama's horrifically excessive murder of V on the first day of Reboot Season 60, then learning that her art school had been leveled and Pointy had died from her wounds in the aftermath despite the droids' best efforts, Power completely broke down. Thankfully, she got better when Twilight, Starfall and Ichigo paid her a visit in order to personally comfort her.
- She broke down sobbing at her and Ichi's watch party for Reboot Season 80 after seeing the two versions of Twilight, the pony she looks up to and thinks the world of, who'd been nominated perish at the hands of Kilik and Anakin Skywalker. She even had to leave the party early because of it.
- Hidden Depths:
- Likes bowling, although she's not as good at it as Ichi is. In fact, she's better at swimming than in any other sport.
- She also has a talent in storytelling, as shown when she read Reading Rainbow (particularly the Nested Story One Full Day) to Dave at the Recovery Room. In fact, she won a storytelling contest in school as a filly.
- Interspecies Friendship: Her two closest friends are a human and an anthropomorphic goat while she herself is a unicorn.
- Invisibility Cloak: Both she and Pointy have the Cloak of Invisibility, which was designed and modified by the former so that it can change its size to completely conceal the wearer(s). After the latter died, her Cloak was passed on to Paper.
- Invisible Parents: Her parents survived the Great Destruction but are yet to be seen. This is because they were busy with work, so they entrusted Miranda to take care of her while they were out. Even then, they still have had a part in raising her.
- They finally made an appearance at the end of Reboot Season 78, when they visited her for Hearth's Warming.
- Like Brother and Sister: She sees Starfall like her own brother like how her human counterpart sees Dave.
- Meaningful Name: She's named after the Power Stroke, a special tool used in Ponyscapenote to help draw smoother lines.
- Memetic Mutation: Her Supreme Leader Snoke robe that Ichi made for her as a Hearth's Warming gift was meme'd twice, both of them involving her being superimposed on Kokichi Ouma. The second meme was made by Discord as one of his pranks during her training with Fluttershy.
- Me's a Crowd: Downplayed. She draws clones of herself in different art styles one at a time, replacing them whenever they die. They're all stationed at her art school, and all of them have Punny Names.
- Her first clone was a minimalist self-portrait called Pointy Stroke. Due to her simplistic art style, Pointy's magic was weaker than Power's.
- After Pointy died from the wounds inflicted by Mitama in Reboot Season 60, she was replaced by Paper Stroke, whose art style was inspired by Twilight's form when she entered one of Moondancer's books to talk her out of her reclusiveness. She's stronger than Pointy since she's outlined, but still not as strong as the original.
- Ms. Exposition: Usually explains to Ichi about 6k1's life as a nominator, such as her work habits and the kinds of tributes she nominates.
- Nephewism: Her Aunt Miranda has raised her ever since she was a filly. Power still lives with her, but the former's allowed to make her own decisions since she's an adult.
- Nervous Wreck: Has admitted that, much like Twilight, she has a tendency to freak out. In fact, she constantly had anxiety attacks since foalhood, so she had the help of a psychologist growing up.
- Nice Girl: She's a friendly unicorn who gets along well with most of the other nominators.
- Nice Hat: She usually wears a Hunger Games-themed baseball cap with her fan merch attire.
- The Nicknamer: Often gives nicknames to her friends, such as "Ral" for Ralsei, "Ich" for Ichigo, and "Azzy" for Asriel.
- Past-Life Memories: Of the Original Timeline. Unlike 6k1, she only has vivid memories of the seasons she was in, including the ones where she was part of an "absurdly large" group tribute (e. g. All Previous HGS Tributes in Season 250).
- After hearing that the Voidlands had eldritch versions of 6k1's tributes, she suddenly remembered the cruel actions that they did in the OT, imagining that their eldritch versions do the same.
- Pen Pals: With Ralsei, until she gave him a crystal ball before Reboot Season 60 so they could talk to each other in real time.
- The Perfectionist: Used to be this as a filly in regards to Hearth's Warming parties, to the point that she got seriously upset when one of her cousins forgot his lines for the play and started improvising.
- Platonic Life-Partners:
- With Ichi, ever since reconciling with him over the latter killing Gale with a bowling ball.
- She's also very close friends with Ralsei, to the point that she even cosplayed as him for Nightmare Night.
- Prone to Tears: She tends to burst into tears whenever she witnesses or goes through traumatic events. Thankfully, she learned how to control them thanks to Twilight.
- Pungeon Master:
- Has a knack for puns like Sans and Carlos, to the point that she even gives Punny Names to any clones she creates. It just so happens that she also has the same Color Motif as them, which was Lampshaded by the latter's classmate Dorothy Ann when she visited her art school in Reboot Season 57.D. A.: "Pointy" [Stroke], really? With a name like that and your mane and coat, you remind me so much of Carlos.
- During Billy's party, she joined Sans and Kim Seokjin's club of blue punsters called the Blue Pun Clan, which was Carlos's dad's suggestion, whose son was also a member of.
- Has a knack for puns like Sans and Carlos, to the point that she even gives Punny Names to any clones she creates. It just so happens that she also has the same Color Motif as them, which was Lampshaded by the latter's classmate Dorothy Ann when she visited her art school in Reboot Season 57.
- Revenge: Tried avenging Ralsei after he was killed by Infinity Ryujin in the Reboot Nominator Games. It didn't end well for her when she inhaled the Joker Venom released by him during his comedy show, causing her to Die Laughing.
- Secret Keeper: Of 6k1's OT memories and time traveling.
- Second Place Is for Losers: Won 3rd Place in an art contest as a filly, but since she was still something of a perfectionist at the time, her reaction was to break down crying. Subverted when her cutie mark appeared upon receiving her award since she realized that that didn't detract from her talent.
- Sequential Artist: Her special talent is drawing and painting, and she usually makes sketches during her downtime.
- Signature Laugh: Heehee, yep! She shares this with 6k1.
- Smart People Wear Glasses: Wears a pair of red armless spectacles and is an intellectual, just like her human counterpart.
- The Teetotaler: Doesn't like drinking because it makes her sick. Even one tiny sip does her right in.
- Those Two Guys: With Ichi whenever they talk about the Games in between seasons.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Quesadillas, much to Twilight's horror. She felt embarrassed for eating them right next to her during the pre-party meeting for GC's.
- Two Guys and a Girl: The only mare among her circle of nominator pony friends, the other two being Starfall and Gale.
- Unlimited Wardrobe: While she doesn't normally wear clothes, she has several outfits to choose from, with most of them sewn by Ichi.
Power's rich lawyer aunt who has raised her since she was a filly. She's overprotective of her niece, but has since trusted Ichigo with visiting them anytime.
- Adult Fear: Her worst fear is losing her niece to people who think she's worthless, as shown in her nightmare by Valecor when she witnessed Power being killed by her nominator friends for that.
- Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: She tends to embarrass her niece in front of others, such as when she called her by her foalhood nickname "Pow-Pow" in front of Ichi before Power's Reboot Season 61 watch party with him and Ralsei.
- 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.
- Good Parents: She has certainly raised her niece well despite all the challenges that come with it.
- Hidden Depths: Likes Coltrean drama, as shown when she decided to watch one while flying to GC's base in Ichi's jet.
- Meaningful Name: The Miranda Rights is the statement given by the police to criminal suspects advising them to their right to silence and the right to a lawyer before their questioning in court.
- My Beloved Smother: She just wants to keep her niece safe, but she goes overboard by requiring others to ask permission before they enter their house, letting Power call her whenever there's danger, setting a curfew that she be home before dinner, advising her to lock her bedroom door at night, and making her spill every last detail about her adventures.
- Nephewism: She has raised Power ever since the latter was a filly. Power still lives with her, but the former's allowed to make her own decisions since she's an adult.
- Open-Minded Parent: Despite her overprotectiveness, she allows her niece to make her own decisions since she's an adult, 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.
- 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.
- Supreme Chef: She can cook various dishes, both local and international, even researching about recipes from other worlds. She learned to cook after her niece was born, and she's helping out with Power's sister's restaurant that the latter opened with her husband two years ago.
Power's Art School
The Power Clones
- Alien Blood: Being sapient drawings, Power's clones bleed paint instead of regular blood whenever they're injured.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Anyone who dares misbehave in the school will be chased out by one of the clone's drawings, as Jorgen learned from Pointy when she threatened to sic Flash Bees on him after he destroyed the classroom and used Binky as a paintbrush.
- Clone Degeneration: Power's clones naturally have the same art magic as the real deal, but are weaker than her. This is because they were drawn simplistically, but Paper is stronger than Pointy due to being outlined. This is also done intentionally because they're only stationed at the school.
- Cool Teacher: Power's clones, like the original, are talented in art and strive to share their passion for it with their students.
- Do-Anything Robot: Two droids donated by Ichi serve as assistants in the school. They defend the school from intruders and also repair any damages.
- Invisibility Cloak: The clones have the same Cloak of Invisibility as the original, and it's passed down from one clone to the next.
- Mythology Gag: Each art clone is modeled after Power's original character design, hence their physics-defying glasses and differently styled manes.
- Nice Girl: Power's clones are every bit as friendly and easy to get along with as their maker.
- Paper People: The clones so far are paper-thin self-portraits of their creator. In fact, the second one's literally named Paper Stroke.
- Punny Name: Power, being the Pungeon Master she is, names her clones with art-related puns of her own name.
- Take Up My Sword: When a clone dies, Power draws another to replace her. The new clone inherits the school and retains the memories of the previous one.
- First CVG appearance: Post 1105note
Power's first clone who ran the school from Reboot Seasons 57 to 60. She successfully mentored Jorgen von Strangle in Season 58, but died in the wake of the First V Incident in Season 60.
- Killed Off for Real: Was killed by Miko Mitama when the latter also destroyed her school in the First V Incident. Despite the droids' and doctors' best efforts to heal her wounds, she turned to the camera to say farewell to her friends, especially her creator, as she bled profusely to death. She was then given a proper burial by the droids."Mike [Shinoda]... if you're still there... I just want to wish you... good luck... Jorgen... if you're watching this... thank you... for being my student... And to all... my nominator friends... especially Dave... Ich... and... 6k1... thank you... for being there... for me."
Power's second clone and the current Headmare of the school, running it starting in Reboot Season 60.
- An Axe to Grind: Her indigo troll axe was inspired by Amisia's, so it can hit enemies hard. It's also modified so that it's lightweight.
- Carved Mark: Bears the same yo-yo scar that 6k1 and Power got from the Waterblight Ganon, being a clone of the latter. It protects her from nightmares, as shown when she had a hard time remembering the one that Valecor gave her during Villain Month.
- Horrible Judge of Character: Was called out by Valecor for judging Lord English too quickly. In her defense, however, English ate two kids right in front of her and asked to be her student, so she ran away to Ichi's bunker for her safety.
- Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: Complementing her axe is a shield that has the same durability and resistance to magic as Gusty the Great's barrier, yet is easy to carry. Power helped her make it when she dropped by the school to help increase its security.
- Nervous Wreck: Unlike her creator, who learned how to control her emotions, she constantly worries about her school, especially after her encounter with Lord English. Power eventually gave her the same lessons she had with Twilight and Fluttershy to help calm her down.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 1297note
The former servant of Blue Diamond who's an art teacher at the school. Originally nominated by her Diamond in OT Season 135, she's considered by 6k1 as her "honorary tribute" after she left Homeworld for her studies.
- Tangled Family Tree: Apparently the Spy was her father and SCP-2521 was her sibling, as she discovered in OT Season 135. It was most likely an adoptive family since Gems are made artificially.
- When She Smiles: While she has been smiling more often ever since studying at Little Homeschool, she makes an even bigger one when she lands the job, being grateful that she can share her passion for art without being judged.
6k1 and Power's Tributes and Allies
- First CVG appearance: Post 342note
A scholarly, upper-class indigo troll who has better things to do than cullingnote others, unlike the other trolls in his caste. He killed 6k1 for nominating him in Reboot Season 37.
The Mane Six
- First CVG appearance: Post 136note
The bookish alicorn who rules Equestria as the Princess of Friendship. She's Power Stroke's idol, and despite her royal duties, she tries her best to be there for her in times of trouble.
- Author Appeal: In-Universe, she's 6k1's favorite tribute along with Toriel, to the point that it would hurt the Database Manager if someone other than her nominates her.
- Cassandra Truth: In Reboot Season 80, she tried explaining to the bartender that she was of legal age despite looking like a teenager in her human form. He didn't believe her and gave her a bottle of hot sauce instead.
- Fisher Kingdom: Was made to pass through the Crystal Mirror at the same time as her Canterlot High counterpart for Reboot Season 80, transforming the former into a human and the latter into a pony.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Her human incarnationnote was stabbed through the stomach by Anakin Skywalker in Reboot Season 80, traumatizing Power during her watch party with Ichi.
- The Leader: Was assigned by 6k1 to be one of the two leaders (the other being Toriel) of Dave's travel group for GC's party. She led the entire group through the mountain path, planning the formations and watching out for any danger.
- Not So Above It All: The bookish alicorn also indulges in fanfics because she's interested in how people from Earth Prime portray her and her friends.
- Pensieve Flashback: She can project her recent memories into the real world with a spell similar to the one she used to show Celestia her ideas on how to send Starlight off after the latter's graduation. Like with her Imagine Spot spell, people within range can't interact with the memories.
- Portal Book: Played with. She uses books from other worlds as the Crystal Mirror's power source so she can go to those worlds through it.
- Sanity Slippage: When she was nominated by Psyche in OT Season 95, she went insane. Since Psyche didn't wipe her memories back then, 6k1 took it in her own hands and did so when she nominated her with the rest of the Rainbooms in OT Season 245.
- Story-Breaker Power: She's one of 6k1's most powerful tributes, but she doesn't show up often because her magic can easily solve most problems. In-universe, she's too busy with her royal duties back home, and 6k1 respects her time.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 778note
The shy, animal-loving pegasus who's one of 6k1's (former) tributes and serves as Mimi's petsitter.
- Badly Battered Babysitter: Implied. Both times Mimi was with her, Fluttershy had to use the Stare on the Starble several times to discipline her. Even for a pony whose special talent is animal care, Mimi was still "quite a hoofful" for her.
- Hidden Depths: Used her "crazy knowledge in sewing" to make and sell Starble plushies for Hearth's Warming, feeling inspired by Mimi.
- Ship Tease: When Starfall explains to her how he stood up to Discord for Power by questioning the draconequus's relationship with the pegasus, she blushes.
The School of Friendship
- First CVG appearance: Post 863note
One of Twilight's students at the School of Friendship who befriended the Messenger during Reboot Season 54.
- Accidental Murder: In Season 54, she accidentally killed Divine Kai while trying to save her from a heart attack using CPR because she applied too much pressure.
- Emo Teen: Became a rebellious teenage yak over the course of Season 54 by venting her frustrations over rock and metal music, even undoing her braids.
- An Ice Person: Gained the ability to shoot ice from her hooves in Season 54. As per the rules, however, 6k1 had them removed after the season.
- Villainous Friendship: With the Messenger in Season 54, since she was presumably convinced by Darth Vader to join the Dark Side after beating her in a rock off while the Messenger was possessed by President Snow's soul, which was transferred to him by Gordon Ramsay. In fact, the Messenger arranged with Quarble to revive her, and even adopted a baby and named them after her. This became a simple Odd Friendship after Yona apologized for her villainy.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 1011note
The chaotic draconequus who's one of the very first tributes nominated by 6k1, the other being Starlight Glimmer. He showed up just before Power's assertiveness training with Fluttershy to prank the former.
- She Is Not My Girlfriend: Denied that he was in love with Fluttershy when Starfall questioned his relationship with her in the latter's effort to distract him until she comes back.
- Talking the Monster to Death: On the receiving end when Starfall called him out for messing with Power and also questioned his relationship with Fluttershy. He gave up after the latter also scolded him for his tricks.
- Trickster Mentor: Attempted to test Power if she learned her friendship lessons from Twilight by pranking her before her training with Fluttershy. After spiking her tea with mustard and pickle-flavored soda, he transformed Power's head into Kokichi's, made a meme out of it, and sent it to her nominator friends, asking her how she'd react to them laughing at it. He promptly got called out for it by Starfall and Fluttershy.
- First CVG appearance: Post 1264
The commander-in-chief of Fairy World who's also Power's very first art student.
- Art Reflects Personality: The manly fairy naturally decided to paint a tank during his art lessons with Pointy Stroke.
- Berserk Button: Do not break Da Rules, or else. Power learned this the hard way when she broke the rule forbidding the use of You-Doo Dolls by drawing up one of President Snow as part of her and Ichigo's plan to force him to shorten Villain Month to just Villain Week.
- Butt-Monkey: Spent most of Reboot Season 58 being beaten up or annoyed by the other tributes.
- Cold Iron: Was ultimately killed with an anvil to the head by Crewcut in Reboot Season 58. Being a fairy, steel is his weakness.
- Disproportionate Retribution: Went against the most sacred rule in the book by poofing away Snout and Mepps' bungee cord for not sharing their Xbox with him in the Bloodbath of Reboot Season 58.
- Dynamic Entry: He entered Power's Art School by destroying the door with his wand.
- Real Men Wear Pink: Power's first art student... is the Toughest Fairy in the Universe.
- Story-Breaker Power: While he's still bound by Da Rules, he can easily solve 6k1 or Power's problems by granting their wishes, but "more powerful" wishes like mass memory wipes don't work properly outside his universe.
One of Jumba's Experiments who's designed to pop popcorn for his movie night. His one true place is at the movie theater.
- Arranged Marriage: Was betrothed to a Holden Camira, which was repaired by Mikey under BTS's request in Reboot Season 73.
- Big Eater: He regularly got involved in food or drink-related events in Reboot Season 63. It just so happened he's associated with food to begin with.
- Edible Ammunition: Weaponized his primary function by shooting flaming popcorn at KRISS Vector and Jeff the Killer, electrified popcorn at three more tributes, and a pineapple at Tycho Brahe's head in Reboot Season 63. Two seasons later, he also shot popcorn ammo at Utsuho Reiuji when she tried to kill Rarijack.
- Omniglot: Besides his native Tantalog, he spoke in Parseltongue to open the Chamber of Secrets, then became only able to say his own name, in Reboot Season 73.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: In Reboot Season 73, he brought up Alatreon winning the same triathlon that he competed the other night to Mikey, unaware that the latter was trying to escape its clutches. This caused Mikey to leave in a huff and kill Sarge's cat the next day, resulting in his fatal punishment by Alatreon.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 732note
The ice Experiment who befriended Aya Asagiri in Reboot Season 77. His one true place is with his shave ice cart, selling low-calorie treats with the original Dupe, who clones them.
- FaceHeel Turn: Was reverted back to his evil programming when he overheard a recording of Angel's song. Despite this, he took pity in Aya's abusive background and vowed to protect her, and after his death, 6k1's scientists simply played the recording backwards to turn him good again after reviving him.
- Like Brother and Sister: Saw Aya like his "true sister" and vowed to protect her, even visiting her for the holidays after their time in the Arena.
- Playing with Fire: Despite being designed with ice powers, he torched President Snow to death for cheating in a Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel with him, not caring if Slushy melted from doing so.
- First CVG appearance: Post 1054note
- First CVG appearance: Post 1195note
6k1's honorary little sibling who lives in the Ruins with their adoptive mother Toriel. They're one of the few (former) tributes of hers who still remembers what they did in the Original Timeline, and they believe that pacifism is the best way to solve problems.
- Actual Pacifist: Doesn't hurt anyone and resolves problems the Pacifist way. They wanted to befriend Bill Cipher to stop him from cruelly pranking their friends, but were called out for it because he was too evil to be redeemed. 6k1 reminded them that they can Flee if Sparing doesn't work.
- The Apprentice: Is Ness's honorary student and friend.
- Artificial Limbs Are Stronger: After Bill bit off their left hand, Alphys replaced it with a prosthetic that produces a barrier that repels dark magic.
- Big Sister Worship: They look up to their honorary older sister 6k1, even motivating her to stay determined.
- Children Are Innocent: Their naivety makes them think they can instantly befriend anyone they meet, even irredeemable villains. They're often called out for this.
- Happily Adopted: By Toriel, like in one of the True Pacifist endings.
- Past-Life Memories: One of the few (former) tributes of 6k1 who remembers what they did in the OT. They still remember dying in the Bloodbath of OT Seasons 21 and 81 (the former at the hands of Chara), then making up for them by making the podium in OT Seasons 117, 112, and 197.
- Suddenly Voiced: In their game, their dialogue when talking with other characters is unspoken, but in Convergence/ASAS, they have speaking roles.
- First CVG appearance: Post 136note
The motherly goat who lives in the Ruins with her adopted child Frisk. She's also 6k1's "honorary mom", and she's proud to treat her like her own daughter.
- Amicable Exes: With Asgore, during Billy's party. She may not be ready to forgive him for what he did during the war, but they're at least on good terms with each other.
- Author Appeal: In-Universe, she's 6k1's favorite tribute along with Twilight Sparkle, to the point that the Database Manager sees her as her mom, and it would hurt said nominator if someone other than her nominates her. 6k1 even keeps a picture of her in her office.
- Mama Bear: She's 6k1's mother figure, and she won't like it if anyone dares hurt her "honorary daughter" or Frisk.
- Upon hearing that 6k1 was killed by Nightmare Scipion and hospitalized at the Science Center, she dropped everything and paid her a visit along with Twilight. She also vowed to protect her from him after hearing that he, in his new form, nearly killed her in a fit of rage.
- When Bill Cipher flooded her Home with maple syrup and punched Frisk, she instinctively threw a fireball at him, only to miss and burn part of the wall when he warped away. She was also concerned about Frisk's plan to befriend him.
- She instinctively prepared to throw fireballs at the Dark Star when it teleported near Frisk during Billy's party. After it warned the Child about an evil soul growing inside them, she promised to them that she'll protect them.
- Plot Allergy: Found out that she was allergic to humans by sneezing all over Gyoubu Masataka Oniwa and Commander Paylor in Reboot Season 42. However, this didn't carry over in her subsequent appearances.
- Team Mom: Was assigned by 6k1 to be one of the two leaders (the other being Twilight) of Dave's travel group during the meeting for GC's party. She made sure to protect Carlos since he was the youngest and had no powers.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 42
The lazy skeleton who lives with his younger brother Papyrus in Snowdin. He's one of the two founders of the Blue Pun Clan, a club consisting of Pungeon Masters who are/wear blue, the other being Kim Seokjin. He also has some massive beef with Bill Cipher for pulling cruel pranks on him and his friends.
- Commonality Connection: He and Carlos bonded over their mutual love for puns and wearing blue. In fact, he even started a club of blue punsters with Jin called the Blue Pun Clan.
- Jaw Drop: Whenever he witnesses something shocking, his jawbone literally falls on the floor.
- Past-Life Memories: Like Frisk, he's also one of the few tributes of 6k1 who still remembers what he did in the OT, just not as much as them. He recalls giving the tributes a "bad time" by making the most kills in OT Season 17, but not who he killed or what else he did that time.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Had this moment with Papyrus when Bill set their house on fire during 6k1's vacation. Photoshop Flowey was also right in front of them, so they had to make a run for it. Needless to say, they were boned.
- Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: With Bill, who kept pranking him and his brother. When Frisk brought up their honorary older sister 6k1 cutting her vacation short because of the pyramid demon, Sans and Papyrus both groaned.
- Super Mode: Became the Ultimate Being in Reboot Season 44, only to be fatally drained of it by Princess Harumi.
The outgoing skeleton who lives with his older brother Sans in Snowdin. Like Sans, he also hates Bill Cipher for pulling cruel pranks on him and his friends.
- Jaw Drop: Whenever he witnesses something shocking, his jawbone literally falls on the floor.
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: The normally cheerful skeleton was legitimately horrified when his friend and mentor Undyne was defeated and possessed by the Dark Star. He reluctantly took "her" to Alphys's Lab before being told to leave when "she" sensed Dave's Replicas arriving to collect "her" SOUL.
- Out-of-Character Moment: The first thing he did in Reboot Season 49 was insult the Cornucopia and maul Tamaki. Sans was concerned that he "[went] against his standards", even worrying that Photoshop Flowey might've been manipulating him behind the scenes.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Had this moment with Sans when Bill Cipher set their house on fire during 6k1's vacation. Photoshop Flowey was also right in front of them, so they had to make a run for it. Needless to say, they were boned.
- Sibling Murder: In OT Season 169, he killed Sans in the Bloodbath. 6k1 had flashbacks to this event when Bill possessed Sans to kill an alternate version of Papyrus in Reboot Season 61.
- Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: With Bill, who kept pranking him and his brother. He calls him "MR. TRIANGLE GUY".
- When Frisk brought up their honorary older sister 6k1 cutting her vacation short because of the pyramid demon, Sans and Papyrus both groaned.
- First CVG appearance: Post 1164note
- Affectionate Nickname: Her girlfriend Alphys calls her "Dyney".
- Grand Theft Me: Was possessed by the Dark Star after her battle with it in Snowdin Town. It turned out it was just testing her, and it was keeping her SOUL alive after being impressed by her Determination. Thankfully, Dave saved her by transferring her SOUL to a Replica, and her new body's more resistant to Determination, so she's less likely to turn into an Amalgamate.
The nerdy lizard who's also the Royal Scientist. While she's not 6k1's tribute, she's still good friends with her.
- Commonality Connection: She bonded with Tsubakura Enraku and Sandy Cheeks over their interest in science, even sharing some of her projects with them.
- Gadgeteer Genius: She builds all sorts of useful inventions for her friends, like special goggles to correct Doggo's reverse object blindness and a prosthetic hand for Frisk after Bill Cipher bit it off.
- My Greatest Failure: She admitted that her experiments on Determination were a failure, and she was working on a way to save the Amalgamates, but that project came to a halt when Snowdrake's mother died from Rapid Aging when Edelgard used the Time Stone on her in Reboot Season 56.
- Properly Paranoid: When she heard the news about G-13 destroying universes, she worried that it might be a "runaway lab experiment [that's] a million times worse than the Amalgamates". It turned out she was right when it was revealed that it was indeed one of Timewrecker's experiments.
- Shock and Awe: She can throw electrical balls from her claws, which she hasn't used since Flowey's attack on Frisk before their final battle with him.
The Dark World
- First CVG appearance: Post 460note
The kind, fluffy goat wizard who serves as The Medic whenever he's called over. He's Power Stroke's best friend besides Ichi, even before 6k1 invited the goat to Snow's party.
- Butt-Monkey: Not only did he constantly lose his supplies in Reboot Season 68, but the scarier tributes made a habit of terrorizing him.
- Cover Innocent Eyes and Ears: Received this twice from Power and once from Runlina: the first two times were when the train passed through a slaughter house before Season 50 (the Reboot Nominator Games) and during the Season 61 watch party when Snow tortured the prisoners with the same overkill treatment V had the season before. The third one was during the broadcast of Timewrecker's defeat, which involved Genesis trapping him in the Corridor of Time with the help of the nominators and also subjecting him to the overkill treatment as punishment for all his atrocities.
- Hidden Depths:
- In-Series Nickname: Power and Tabby simply call him "Ral" while Ichi calls him "Lil' Gandalf".
- The Medic: Serves as the team healer whenever he's called over by 6k1 or Power.
- Pen Pals: With Power, until she gave him a crystal ball before Reboot Season 60 so they could talk to each other in real time.
- Platonic Life-Partners: He's very close friends with Power, even before 6k1 invited him to Snow's party.
- Pop-Cultural Osmosis Failure: Despite being a wizard himself, he's not aware of other famous wizards such as the aforementioned Harry and Gandalf. He has since known them after reading about them, but same couldn't be said for other wizards.Ichigo: Yer a wizard, Harry.Ralsei: [looks at him with a derped expression on his face] Who's Harry?
- Sitcom Archnemesis: To Polyphemus in Reboot Season 68, as the cyclops harassed him at nearly every turn before Herobrine crashed his rocket into them.
- Technical Pacifist: Doesn't like fighting, but when he has to, he'll only KO his enemies with his scarf.
- You Are Not Alone: Whenever Power's feeling down, he sings "Don't Forget" to her and motions her friends into a Group Hug.
Ms. Frizzle's Class
The cowardly student who doesn't like going on field trips or entering the Arena.
- Plot-Triggering Death: His Bloodbath death in Reboot Season 62 kickstarted Ralphie's grief.
The Class Clown who loves making puns and is a member of the Blue Pun Clan.
- Commonality Connection: He and Sans bonded over their mutual love for puns and wearing blue. In fact, he even joined his club of blue punsters that he started with Kim Seokjin called the Blue Pun Clan.
- Death by Irony: Was fed to a giant praying mantis by Nemo in Reboot Season 44, which was exactly what nearly happened to him in one of his field trips.
- Death Is a Sad Thing: While he knows that 6k1 would revive them after the season, it still hurt for him to watch his father and brother die in Reboot Season 52.
- The Nicknamer: Besides "Phoebolino" for Phoebe, he also gives silly nicknames to his friends from other worlds, like "Fish Boi" for Nemo and "Funny Bones" for Sans.
- Plucky Comic Relief: He was chosen by 6k1 to attend Detective Gamechanger's party with Power to lighten the mood in case things got bleak.
- Second Place Is for Winners: Even if his dad lost to Jade Harley in Reboot Season 48, he's still proud of him getting 2nd Place.
The class's resident bookworm who does her research about the Hunger Games.
- Foil: To Ralphie. Both of them made two kills in their first respective solo seasons, but Ralphie resented 6k1 nominating him (until he said sorry to her in Reboot Season 62) while D. A. thanked her for it, even going as far as visiting Power's Art School to request Pointy to let her join 6k1 in GC's second party, which was a memorial for him hosted by Billy.
- Great Big Book of Everything: Just like in canon, but this time it's a guidebook about the tributes and the various worlds they're from.
- Not So Above It All: Even the bookish D.A. couldn't help but enjoy watching Draco Malfoy roast Frank Horrigan in Reboot Season 57.
- Robbing the Dead: In Reboot Season 57, she looted Yamcha's corpse after putting a bucket on his head. It turned out to be a bad idea since she was infected by a parasite that killed her the next day.
- Teen Idol: In Reboot Season 57, she became one and formed a band with Clive Handforth, Yami Yugi, and Sonny Sunflora, striking good friendships with the former two.
- Ungrateful Bitch: In Reboot Season 57, she killed Kiko in the Feast after he covered for her crimes the other night.
The sporty student who previously had a grudge against 6k1 for nominating him in Reboot Season 36.
- Cassandra Truth: In Reboot Season 62, he tried warning Quarter Hearts of the latter's rival Kusuo Saiki, but he didn't believe him.
- Break the Cutie: Like his schoolmate Mikey in Reboot Season 52, he also had it rough ten seasons later. After losing his classmate Arnold to Daretti in the Bloodbath, he hosted a Fan Convention in memory of him and wished that he went to Billy's Business School with him. Ralphie also bottled up his emotions until he took them out on Bellona by killing her for taking too long to fix the ferris wheel. He then confessed at Dabbing Luigi's Tribute Support Group about his feelings throughout the season, even saying sorry to 6k1 for venting on her by killing Dharkon in Reboot Season 36, but despite their best efforts to comfort him, he was still a sobbing mess thanks to the Tragic Clown. Unfortunately, Ralphie met his tragic end when he failed to escape the environmental hazards in the Final Destination Arena Event, causing him to fall one place short of a podium finish.
- Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: It seems that his god-killing streak carried over from the OT.
- In Reboot Season 36, he somehow mistook Dharkon for 6k1 and took him down, all on his own. He couldn't understand how he managed to do so and survive, since charging straight at a chaos being wasn't the best idea.
- In Reboot Season 62, he slew Bellona, the Roman Goddess of War, for taking too long to fix the ferris wheel in her theme park.
- Fan Convention: Hosted one inspired by his show in Season 62 in memory of Arnold.
- Foil: To Dorothy Ann. Both of them made two kills in their first respective solo seasons, but D. A. thanked 6k1 for nominating her while Ralphie resented it until he said sorry to 6k1 in Reboot Season 62.
- Pride: In Reboot Season 62, he confessed at Dabbing Luigi's Tribute Support Group that he let it swallow him in Reboot Season 36 after his encounter with Baldur.
- First CVG appearance: Post 363note
Carlos and Mikey's loving father, whom the former takes after when it comes to making puns. Mikey killed him by accident in Reboot Season 52, but he didn't suffer from any trauma after his revival thanks to 6k1's memory wiping.
- Accidental Murder: Was eaten by Mikey's out-of-control shadow dragon in Reboot Season 52.
- Action Dad: Did a lot of fighting in Reboot Season 48, starting things off by slaying Valstrax in the Bloodbath. He also managed to kill Nyarlathotepnote and survive long enough to get 2nd Place, only losing to Jade Harley when she nullified his organ shifting abilities by staring at him before shooting him.
- Amnesia Missed a Spot: While he mostly forgot about what happened in Reboot Season 52, he still remembers becoming Magical Girls with BTS and that Mikey "[went] through a lot" that season.
- Beware the Silly Ones: He may be Carlos's equally punny dad, but he proved himself to be capable in the Arena, as shown when he survived long enough to get 2nd Place in Reboot Season 48 and last around halfway through Season 52.
- Brought Down to Normal: In Reboot Season 48, his organ shifting abilities he got towards the end helped him survive Jade Harley's gunshot, but in the end, she nullified them by staring at him before finishing him off.
- Magical Girl: Joined a team of Magical Girl Warriors, whose members were all guys, in Reboot Season 52. BTS presumably convinced him to join the night before.
- O.C. Stand-in: Canonically, nothing much is known about him other than that he's Carlos and Mikey's father and the former takes after him when it comes to making puns. But in Convergence, he gets more characterization as an Action Dad who's a loving father to his children.
- Papa Wolf: Do not insult or mess with his children, or else. Akuma learned this the hard way in Reboot Season 52 when he bragged that he refused to help him with their summer homework.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Literally, since he ran away screaming after encountering Sir Pentious and Pythor P. Chumsworth in Season 52.
- First CVG appearance: Post 373
Carlos's younger brother who's a skilled inventor despite being wheelchair-bound. He accidentally killed his father in Reboot Season 52, but even after having his memories of that wiped, he still went through suffering in Season 73.
- Adaptational Early Appearance: In the HGS proper, he first appears in Reboot Season 49, whereas in Convergence, he shows up in the season before when he notices that Carlos and his classmates are watching his and the former's dad compete.
- Alternate Self: He has a "Beta" counterpart in an alternate timeline of Reboot Season 73 where his traumatic memories of Season 52 weren't erased. Beta Mikey never became friends with BTS, and he actively avoided them because he still remembered killing them with his shadow dragon by accident. He was also avoiding Park Jimin, who was still corrupted into villainy by Lord Voldemort after his best friend Kim Taehyung aka V was infamously timewrecked by Miko Mitama in Season 60.
- Artificial Limbs Are Stronger: In Reboot Season 73, he built a prosthetic hand to replace the one that was bitten off by Alatreon after he tried feeding it. Like Frisk's, it produced a barrier, but it protected against physical and elemental attacks instead of dark magic. However, it didn't protect him from Alatreon when it killed him because its thunderstorm pierced through the barrier.
- Be Careful What You Wish For: In Reboot Season 52, his second wish to the Genie was to have the power to summon and control a shadow dragon. However, he didn't wish for full control, so he ended up accidentally killing his dad this way. The Genie then explained to him that while he would've given him full control despite the wording since he trusted him, he wanted to teach him how to be responsible with his powers.
- Break the Cutie: His outings in the Battle Royale and Death Battle of Reboot Seasons 52 and 73, respectively, weren't his best, emotionally speaking.
- He was doing just fine in the first half of Season 52. But then he lost his friend Nemo, accidentally killed his dad with his new powers, and got himself into two fights in a row. By the end of the first week, he tried summoning the Genie for his final wish, which was implied to be that he wanted to go home already, but cried when he couldn't because the latter had been killed by Shuuya Kano earlier. Tuxedo Meta Knightnote then invited him to his camp as an apology for fighting him that day. This gave Mikey a chance to repay him by remodeling his camp, only for them to have a falling out due to a misunderstanding on Tux's part about Mikey's Patricide, resulting in Tux kicking him out of his camp and torturing him alongside Goku Black.
- Things didn't look up for him in Season 73, either. While he had bonding moments with BTS early on, he was constantly pursued for several days by Alatreon, who tried killing him. While trying to escape the dragon's clutches, Mikey was concerned about BTS when they began losing their sanity after being tortured by the Legion of Doom. After having his hand bitten off by Alatreon while trying to appease it with food, he bumped into Kernel, who unwittingly offended him when he brought up the dragon winning the triathlon he competed in the other night. This stressed out Mikey so much that he killed Sarge's cat the next day just to vent, but Alatreon found that so unforgivable it punished the boy by killing him.
- Intergenerational Friendship: With BTS. He's an elementary school-aged child while they're a Korean boy band in their 20s.
- Laser-Guided Karma: In both times he committed serious crimes, he was swiftly punished by the other tributes.
- In Reboot Season 52, the other tributes, especially Tuxedo Meta Knight and even Goku Black, quickly caught wind of the murder of his own dad and punished him.
- In Reboot Season 73, he killed Sarge's cat to vent his frustrations. Alatreon, who was constantly pursuing the boy for several days, saw that as something completely unforgivable and killed him.
- Muscles Are Meaningless: Despite being a small boy in a wheelchair, he managed to pull Brick towards him in Reboot Season 73.
- My God, What Have I Done?: Says this almost word-for-word after killing his dad as well as Clay Dunestrider, all of BTS, Maou-sama, and Erik Killmonger with his shadow dragon in Reboot Season 52.
- Our Werewolves Are Different: His first wish in Reboot Season 52 was to become one without having to be bitten, and the Genie granted it.
- Power Incontinence: How he killed his dad in Reboot Season 52. He learned to control his shadow dragon in time to kill Chykka afterwards.
- Prank Call: Made a crank call to President Snow himself at the behest of Erron Black in Reboot Season 49, who complimented him for a job well done afterwards.
- Supernatural Angst: Believed that everyone was laughing at him because of his lycanthropy in Reboot Season 52. However, it was just his imagination brought about by losing Nemo the other night.
- Throwing Off the Disability:
- He taught himself how to fly with a jetpack in Reboot Season 49, discarding the need for his wheelchair. However, he wasn't allowed to bring it with him to the 4th Battle Royale (Season 52) as per the rules.
- He also found a fighter jet in the Bloodbath of Reboot Season 73, which he used to fly around the Arena.
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.
Lord Mark "Scientist" Hassel / Lordimark Hassel, Earl of The Quarters
- First CVG appearance: Post 35
- 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's 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".
- Killed Offscreen: By the time of ASAS, he's nowhere to be found, presumably assassinated by one of his colleagues. It turns out he's still alive. However, he's permanently banished from Panem and the locals in the new place he's living in have cut off his internet access (which also happens at the same date when his author is permanently banned from the HGS Discord server), effectively severing his influence in Panem for good. His fate is similar to an Avox, a person who gets their tongues cut off and exiled for rebelling against the Capitol. Whether he's officially branded as an Avox by the Panem government remains as an unanswered question.
- Last-Name Basis: He's usually referred to by his last name.
- Locked Out of the 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. Following his banishment and his incurable illness, he's completely locked out from Panem's events.
- 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.
- Accidental Hero: When Ribey was experimenting on the tribute-summoning portal in District 1, she accidentally summoned the King in Yellow from another world that was about to be destroyed by an unspeakable disaster. King was supposed to be destroyed along with the world, but Ribey accidentally rescued King at the last second and King becomes what she is now.
- Ace Custom: Hassel's Ribey Model which actually belongs to Sayaka herself 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. However, judging from Ribey's last words, she eventually agrees that it is better for Sayaka to live as a human.
- 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. However, the original model built by Sayaka herself is indeed one-of-a-kind, subsequent models do not carry the memento status as the original does.
- 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.
- Brain Uploading: Being a Tactical Doll, she can backup her mind map to the home base she belongs to. When her old body finally expires for good, she uses her last second to backup her mind to a new doll.
- 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.
- Killed Off for Real: By the end of Convergence, her physical body has died out shortly after she returned her Soul Gem to Sayaka. While Ribeyrolles model Tactical Dolls are still commonplace, the Ribey whom Hassel is familiar is permanently dead.
- 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.
- Back from the Dead: After Ribey bringing back one of Sayaka's duplicate bodies to the surface world from the Voidlands, Sayaka's physical body is now fully restored and she can live as a human again. The truth is more complicated. The body that Ribey has retrieved is too rotten to be used and a new lab-grown body has to be issued to her, in addition, she has to be memory-wiped in order to fit her soul into the lab-grown body without the body rejecting her. By the time when she's fully restored, she's effectively an Artificial Human in all but name.
- Body Backup Drive: Her original body winds up becoming 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
- First CVG appearance: Post 639
One of Hassel's experiments that was unleashed into the Arena. They're an incomprehensible entity that no one, not even him, knows the true form of.
- 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 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
The Winter's End
The Winter's End
- Adventure Guild: Cafe in name only, the Winter's End is more in line with an adventure guild, where clients posts quests and the guild members handle the tasks. It also borders toward Private Military Contractors as both Forte and Dark Ribbon are mercenary soldiers.
- Arc Symbol: The Winter Sign, an ancient crest which symbolizes an endless cycle of an eternal recurrence. It all started with a girl's failure to save her friend. The said friend's death has led to the girl's gradual delusion, trapping herself in a everlasting nightmare. She has experienced the same dream for at least 100 times, and her futility and inability to accept that magic does not exist has trapped her in a self-inflicted curse. The symbol exists as a cautionary tale for those who believe in magic.
- Contrasting Sequel Main Character: Comparing to Hassel's Quarters, an arms manufacturing firm affiliated with the Panem government, the Winter's End has an underdog status of not being funded or sponsored by any major firm, most members are Badass Normal, and all of the members are fighting against the militaristic system the Quarters try to impose.
- La Résistance: To the Neon Quarters, an arms manufacturing firm that grows increasingly militaristic due to the power vacuum.
- Leitmotif: Akino with Bless4 - "What am I Fighting for", a song that often plays in the cafe as a symbol of resolve and resistance.
- Theme Naming: The three named anti-material rifles bestowed by the King in Yellow are named after three of the legendary swords from the Arthurian legend.
NSM-01F Turn FF "Forte"
- Ambiguously Human: It remains ambiguous whether she's a human or a Tactical Doll. On one hand, she comes with a model number, a trait usually reserved for firearms and Tactical Dolls. On the other hand, there's no trace of mechanical parts on her body.
- Badass Normal: She doesn't posses any magical power, but she makes up for it with her firearm usage.
- Emotionless Girl: Downplayed, while she doesn't lack emotion entirely, she rarely expresses her emotions and invokes a calm image in front of the crowd.
- Expy: Of the White Doll, an ancient relic that used to be a military weapon possessing an advanced technology which once wiped out the entire human civilization. In this case, she's basically a reverse-engineered Sayaka Miki, but without the latter's magical power and personality.
- Identical Stranger: She really looks like Sayaka, even though they're different individuals. It's intentional. Her sole reason to exist is to emulate Sayaka's behaviours so that the King in Yellow can give Sayaka a normal life in the future.
- Knife Nut: Besides firearms, Forte is fond of using combat knifes, and if possible, she prefers melee combat rather than ranged battles.
- Meaningful Name:
- Turn Fortissimo. The term "Fortissimo" means "to play at a thunderous volume". By "Turn FF", she does the opposite and prefers a low-profile, resourceful approach. Ironically, her nickname "Forte" still means "loud", just not obnoxiously loud, signifying her resolve.
- Coincidentally, Fotre being an antithesis of Sayaka would remind some audiences of Bass from Mega Man, whose Japanese name is also "Forte". Both of them are made to imitate a different individual but ends up being the antithesis of the genuine article and both are anti-heroic. However, Turn FF is by no means power hungry, she's not built by a mad scientist and she's much more emotionless than Bass. While it wasn't intended by the author, it winds up being an interesting coincidence.
- The fact her code name itself is a reference Turn A Gundam also implies that she's a re-purposed old relic.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue Oni to Ribbon, she's the calm and resourceful one of the duo.
- The Stoic: Her appearance invokes a cold, emotionless demeanour.
- Unskilled, but Strong: Her aims are vastly inferior to Ribbon, rarely being able to land a headshot, but she makes up for it with her hyper-aggressive combat style and her ability to hipfire her weapons consistently, spraying bullets until her foes are defeated.
- Weapon of Choice: The "Arondight", a named Accuracy International AS50 semi-automatic anti-material rifle bestowed by the King in Yellow. She also uses Colt 1911 and Glock 17 as her sidearms.
NHA-01R Dark Ribbon "Ribbon"
- Ambiguously Human: It remains ambiguous whether she's a human or a Tactical Doll. On one hand, she comes with a model number, a trait usually reserved for firearms and Tactical Dolls. On the other hand, there's no trace of mechanical parts on her body.
- Identical Stranger: She really looks like Homura, even though they are different individuals.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red Oni to Forte, she's the cheerful and optimistic one of the duo.
- Weak, but Skilled: Her physical strength is vastly inferior to Turn FF, but she makes up for it with her pin-point accuracy, pragmatism and skills.
- Weapon of Choice: The "Excalibur", a named Accuracy International AW50 bolt-action anti-material rifle. She also uses M92F and Desert Eagle as her sidearms.
The King in Yellow / Xanthous King
- The Chooser of The One: The one who bestows the positions and the weapons to Forte and Ribbon.
- Of the Lady of the Lake, the one who bestows the Excalibur to King Arthur. She sees Dark Ribbon as the rightful individual to become the leader of the team and bestows the "Excalibur" to her.
- She is also one to Hastur, a mysterious humanoid being in yellow robe.
- Her personality is heavily based on Homura Akemi in the Drama CD "Memories of You", a timid, self-loathing girl who blames everything on herself and feels that she's useless at everything. Unlike Homura, King doesn't get to be saved by any miracle and her original personality stays. It's Forte who tried to make herself more aloof and profressional.
- Humanoid Abomination: Human only by appearance, the King in Yellow is heavily implied to be an otherworldly individual. Her robe also seems to be a part of her body rather than mere fabrics. That's because she actually comes from another world that no longer exists. She's certainly human, but she's technically not from the same planet Earth, making her an "alien" of some sort.
- Foreshadowing: There are several clues which have foreshadowed her real identity:
- She has a pair of red glasses in her robe's pocket. She often takes out the glasses to have a look at it, as if she's trying to remember something.
- She actually has no firearm knowledge and is completely clueless about which guns suit her teammates. For instance, had she been remotely familiar with guns, she would've given Forte an assault rifle or a submachine gun instead of a sniper rifle. Forte is a Close-Range Combatant and giving her a weapon tailored for a Long-Range Fighter would severely cripple her performance. The only reason why Forte is still alive today is because of her sidearms.
- The Winter Sign, that crest that's associated with her heavily resembles a shield with some hidden gimmicks. Specifically, a magic which allows the users to stop time and rewind back to the past. However, the King in Yellow interprets the shield as a symbol of inevitability, implying that magic doesn't exist in her world in the first place and she's just an ordinary human. King was never a magical girl to begin with.
- Last but not least, she treats Forte, a Sayaka lookalike as a friend instead of an enemy. Normally, it's nothing special, if not for the fact that King herself really looks like Homura, whom Sayaka would see as an enemy, suggesting that King's backstory is drastically different to Homura. Moreover, when she brings Forte to the cafe's underground monument, she addresses her long-gone friend, who died saving a cat, as "Miss Kaname" instead of going by the first name. Had she really been Homura as we know, she would've called the girl "Madoka", in which she doesn't. In fact, her personality seems to be more in-line with Homura before she becomes a Magical Girl and King stays as timid as before.
- Identical Stranger: Like the Dark Ribbon, the King in Yellow really looks like Homura, albeit much younger than the genuine article.
- Last of His Kind: She's the sole survivor of the world she came from. The King in Yellow is supposed to be destroyed by an abomination along with the world she belongs to, but Ribey accidentally summoned her to Panem during her experimentation with the Quarters' portals, inadvertently saving her at the last minute before her world is destroyed.
- No Name Given: She has no name by default.
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: When things become serious, the King in Yellow would drop her act and straight up call Forte as "Sayaka" or "Miss Miki" when she introduces Forte to her deceased friend instead of going for the code name.
- She Is the King: She bears a traditionally male title.
- Weapon of Choice: The "Clarent", a named Accuracy International AX50 bolt-action anti-material rifle, the successor of the AW50. According to her, the Clarent is a cursed artifact associated with treachery, and she prefers not to bestow it to anyone unless it's necessary.
Billy and His Group
Billy is a new nominator who joined in Reboot Season 47. He is a human who came from another universe, in a nation called The Federation of Kendor, which is a large, advanced, and influential interstellar nation. In his home universe, he works as a CEO of the largest corporations in the nation, called Eagle's Hawk Corporation, which he inherited from his family. In addition, he has a gigantic amount of wealth from his corporation, allowing him to own many expensive things to help him, as well as properties like his Mansion and the plot of land on a planet called Faradiso where he built the Tributes Village. He is also Detective Gamechanger's and Dave's ally. Finally, he also has a lot of people helping him, from the workers of his corporation and his mansion, tributes he brought through nominations currently, and his clone.
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 advanced facilities, like a simulation room, medical room, etc.
- Character Development: Underwent this two times
- He first got it after his time through Season 50, which made him realize that he must be able to fight and stand for himself rather than relying on his resources or someone to help. This resulted in him doing some combat trainings and gaining a Stand.
- After he got severely injured by Scipion alongside the tributes he sentnote and his pet Starble, Arcturus, he realized he mustn't rely so much on his powers, resources, or tributes. This is only reinforced by the Psyche rescue group getting their powers stripped during the mission.
- Cool Pet: He got one through his clone while he was staying in Ichi's Bunker, when ??? sent another Starble to the base as a gift, with different color scheme. The clone named the Starble Arcturus.
- 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 people 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.
- Magitek: The nation where he comes from, Kendor, utilizes both futuristic science and advanced magic. Billy himself utilizes this through his various resources and his Stand.
- 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 the rock band Muse.
Dave the Assassin and Associates
One of the nominators. Hailing from a race of humanoid shapeshifters, he's an omniversal traveler who's seen much of what the greater Omniverse has to offer. He leads his own group from his Home Base, and is a close affiliate of 6k1.
- Dimensional Traveler: He's been to a lot of places.
- The Gadfly: Decided to mess with Rarity by nominating Tom the Boulder for Reboot Season 83, the latter which she hated because it was used as a trick by Discord during his takeover of Equestria.
- 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.
- Undying Loyalty: To 6k1, whom he sees as his honorary older sister. He's willing to die for her, and he'd never leave her behind no matter how grave the situation is, like when she fell unconscious after witnessing Dory, her own tribute, destroy Tier 0 aka EVERYTHING in Reboot Season 74.
One of Dave's two most trusted advisors, and a close friend of his. She hails from the same shapeshifter race as him, and stands as his second-in-command.
One of Dave's two most trusted advisors. He also hails from the same race as him and Fira, and is the third in command.
Scipion and his Group
- First ASAS appearance: Post 15
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 his 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: As Nightmare Scipion. When he became mindless, he threatened to engulf the entire multiverse.
- Arch-Enemy: With the Rescue Squad. Also with Detective Gamechanger when he arrived at Panem.
- Ax-Crazy: This trait is what sets him apart from the other nominators.
- Berserk Button: Never speak badly about his mane or touch it. Never.
- Blindedby Rage: Act like this when provoked, which can be very easy to do.
- 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 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!
- Healing Factor: With his new form, he can regenerate himself, although the process can be more or less slow depending of his injuries.
- It's All About Me: One of the proudest of the nominators.
- Jerkass: To anyone who isn't one of his friends and isn't able to match him in a fight.
- Prongsof Poseidon: His weapon of choice is a golden trident with a red jewel that he created with his new powers.
- Red Baron: The Pokemon back in the Mystery Dungeon World call him the "Fox of Death" because of his infamous kills.
- 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.
- Abusive Parents: It's hinted that he acted violently towards Scipion in the past when the Zoroark failed his missions or disrespected him. But with time, Giratina started to care more about what he thought was a simple pawn to his goal. That doesn't prevent him from being violent if angry at Scipion.
- Balance Between Goodand Evil: His main philosophy.
- Dimensional Traveler: Before he got back his Griseous Orb, allowing to use all of his powers, he was already capable of travelling everywhere.
- Parental Substitute: Is Scipion's adoptive father.
- The Leader: He leads his own group of villains although some betrayed him. He is also Scipion's master.
- 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, and finally Timewrecker. This is what motivated him in the first place.
- Seen It All: He travelled a lot and knows a lot about the Multiverse.
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.
- Dark Is Evil: The only reason it is allied with the nominators is because Giratina resurrected it in the first place.
- Grand Theft Me: Possessed Undyne after fighting her in Snowdin Town, but only to keep her alive until Dave's Replicas arrived to save her SOUL.
- Jerkass: To pretty much everyone except Giratina.
- Number Two: Acts like this towards Giratina, the only one he truly respects.
A disgusting and stupid 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.
- Too Dumbto Live: Somehow survived the Voidlands despite being weak and stupid.
A powerful red areemer that befriended Scipion because of their sadism. The demon helped to save 6k1 after Waterblight Ganon ambushed her.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 22
The violent dragon from the Metroid series and a previous member of Scipion's guard who decided to stay with him after the team disbanded for their shared cruelty.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 234
The fierce, rude and unreformed brother of Thorax from the My Little Pony series and a previous member of Scipion's guard who decided to stay with him after the team disbanded.
- Big Brother Instinct: No one hurts his brother without consequences.
The former king of the Changelings and Pharynx's little brother. He had to join Scipion's group after Thorax found him back in his original form and the mysterious destruction of the entire Hive.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 184
The discreet alien from the Mother series after getting resurrected and a previous member of Scipion's guard who decided to stay with him after the team disbanded.
- HeelFace Turn: He first made peace with Ninten and later became friends with Mewtwo. He clearly regrets his past actions.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 438
A powerful and proud legendary Pokemon. He joined Scipion's group after Zorua's incident and became closer to Giegue at first because of their similarities.
- Blood Knight: Mewtwo will never back down from a fight. That was why he was created after all.
- Bonding Over Missing Parents: Shares this trope with Giegue. They became close friends because of their similar appearance, powers and especially their backstories, including the loss of their respective mothers.
Zanreo's Secret Base
One of the nominators, a young woman who's mostly in the whole "nominator" business for fun and her own entertainment, though she still cares about her tributes. Has been there since the Original Timeline, and still has memories from there.
- 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.
- Alternate Self: She has a Magical Girl counterpart from another timeline.
- 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.
- Demonic Possession: During the Nominator Party in ASAS, she gets temporarily possessed by Akumo and then much later around New Year's Eve, She accepts a deal with Akumo for him to use her body but it backfires.
- The Gadfly: She normally teases her enemies for the lulz in ASAS.
- 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: As she is teleported in the Arena against her will S86, she is tortured brutally by Huntress before being tossed into a lake and drowning. Her death causes Tabby to lash out at her allies in the Underground.
- Beware of the Nice Ones: She's fairly nice but when she loses her temper, she's really scary to be around.
- Canon Foreigner: The only other member of Tabby's base who doesn't come from an alternative universe.
- Child Prodigy: She's only seven, yet she's able to assist Tabby.
- Genki Girl
- Gosh Dang It to Heck!: She uses G-rated substitutes for swear words but there some times where she uses the Precision F-Strike.
- The Lancer
- Little Miss Snarker: Has a snarky and sassy side to her.
- Never Grew Up: She stopped aging at seven and will stay that way.
- Number Two: Is Tabby's most trusted assistant.
- Parasol of Pain: Her Weapon of Choice.
- Break the Cutie: Flamberge. the Games have separated her from her sisters and she misses 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.
A nominator who secretly created the Legion of Doom, and a friend of 6K1, Dave and other nominators.
- Academy of Evil: He made one to help villains across the Multiverse to become real threats. It's meant to teach them to be Genre Savvy and pragmatic enough to win their battles and avoid usual villain pratfalls.
- Affectionate Nickname: Scips for Scipion, GC for Gamechanger, and Sixie for 6k1.
- Bio-Augmentation: He's a biologist who learned advanced techniques from a mysterious alien. Or so he believes.
- Butt-Monkey: During the Voidlands Arc, he turned a bit into this, suffering some Amusing Injuries during the trials. His base was also raided and trashed by ???, much to his frustration.
- Dark Secret: He's the same Bale that acted as the Big Bad in the TvTropes Road Trip Universe and its destroyer, a fact only ??? and his followers know, though there is more to it than even that...
- Death Is Cheap: Scipion beheaded him in the Troper Season, but he didn't really die and recovered quickly afterwards.
- Everyone Has Standards:
- He was angered by Zorua's plan to destroy everything.
- Later, he ends his alliance with Scipion over the latter nearly killing 6K1. He may have founded the Legion of Doom, which has members who are morally worse than Scipion, but Bale draws the line at him nearly killing the kindest nominator he knows and is friend of both, which MD points out.
- Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!: Whenever 6K1 feels down or sad, he tends to try and help her out to pull through hardships unscathed.
- Nice Guy: Make no mistake, he may like villains and made a school for them, but he's also a pleasant and all-around friendly person, willing to help his friends.
- Only Sane Man: Pretty much the sanest member of his crew, sans Xochi.
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: The fact that he's willing to kill Zorua due to the latter trying to destroy the Multiverse is a sign of how seriously he took her threat.
- Put on a Bus: Temporarily went away to a different dimension alongside Mr. Godzilla after Reboot Season 87 to take a break from Nominating, leaving a few assistants in their steads.
- Shapeshifter Default Form: He retains a humanoid form when not attacking.
- Summon Magic: One of his abilities involves summoning copies of other beings to assist him in a fight.
- Teleportation: Can turn into a shadowy mist to move around or appear in other places at will.
- Transplant: Originated from the original TvTropes Road Trip RP, and destroyed the Universe it took place in before the events.
- Villain Team-Up: With Scipion in order to kill Zorua, despite their past animosities. However, it goes nowhere after Bale witnesses Scipion almost attack 6K1 on a blind rage.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: Can morph his form voluntarily, such as changing into a dragon or modifying his body parts into weapons.
- First CVG Appearance: Post 485
- Amplified Animal Aptitude: Due to being bio-augmented.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's rude, snarky, lazy and apathetic to most things but does care about Bale and other people.
- Godzilla Threshold: Nearly crosses it with Timewrecker, as he considers using The History Erasing Button to be rid of him, but he ends up thinking better of it.
- Mook Maker: Can create duplicates of beings with a special type of saliva from his body.
- Put on a Bus: Accompanied Bale on his temporary dimension trip after Season 87.
- Those Two Guys: With Mini-Deadpool.
- First CVG Appearance: Post 1435
- Idiot Savant: He's incompetent and idiotic except when delivering messages.
- In Name Only: Doesn't shares much of Deadpool's personality traits, which is Justified as he's just a plushie of the latter brought to life.
- Hidden Depths: Despite being written off as a helpless idiot most of the time, he is capable of showing surprising emotional intelligence, such as being able to understand Bale's reasoning for not wanting to forgive Scipion.
- Me's a Crowd: Xochi eventually upgraded him to be able to create clones of himself to make his messenger job easier.
- Noodle Incident: Destroyed a Solar System simply because he tried to cook something.
- Those Two Guys: With Mr. Godzilla.
- Too Dumb to Live: Nearly gets the brilliant idea of using the History Erasing Button to be rid of Timewrecker, which Bale thinks is a bad idea in and of itself, no matter the threat, as the button could end existence.
- First CVG Appearance: Post 2161
- Out of Focus: Due to his job, he rarely comes out of his station save to check on possible threats or on his idiotic co-worker's deals.
Bale's Friends and Acquaintances
- Adorkable: He's extremely shy and awkward around others, better shown in Billy's Nominator's Party.
- Affectionate Nickname: Powie for Power Stroke.
- Alternate Self: To Bale. Unlike Power, he's from AR Equestria, where Grogar is really Grogar instead of Discord in disguise.
- Back from the Dead: Was resurrected by Bale after his death in the Nominator Games.
- Butt-Monkey: Aside from his death in the Troper Games and his misfortune in the Nominator Parties, his house wound up destroyed and he got attacked by several creatures at the start of his arc.
- Demonic Possession: Suffered one at the hands of King Sombra during GC's party. He was freed from it, unintentionally, when Ichi killed him in the Nominator Games.
- Disproportionate Retribution: Was killed by Ichi in the Troper Season for yanking the latter's hair.
- Nice Guy: In spite of his awkwardness, he's an all-around nice person, even going as far as forgiving Ichigo for killing him in the games.
- Out of Focus: Hardly gets any appearances in the story, despite being Bale's Equestrian Counterpart. Until his arc, that is.
- Official Couple: With Meta Knight.
Eldraseen and his tributes
- 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.
- Dame Swears A Lot: Does not let up on her profanity.
A detective from a futuristic Earth who investigates the unusual happenings in Panem. He's Arch-Enemies with Scipion.
- Arch-Enemy: With Scipion, to the point that he's willing to let him and his allies join the Legion of Doom.
- Cloudcuckoolander: He's an eccentric nominator who tends to nominate the more outlandish tributes like the Fourth Wall itself. However, he wouldn't go as far as to nominate large populations, which Timewrecker does.
- Crazy-Prepared: His base has tons of security measures, and he always inspects his deliveries before opening them.
- Enemy Mine: Temporarily worked together with Valecor to defeat Scipion, helping to build the former's lair in exchange for it.
- Gadgeteer Genius: He prefers fighting with his own tech. In fact, it's easy for him to create gadgets more advanced than the others because the materials that are expensive in the real world are cheap in his homeland.
- Hero Academy: Has an outdoor school that teaches tributes how to be heroes.
- Killed Off for Real: Was unable to escape the Voidlands when it collapsed, causing his body to be distorted beyond recognition.
- Power Limiter: His mask keeps his full powers in check.
- Respawn Point: Respawns to his healing chamber in his base when he dies. However, it can't heal Voidlands injuries.
- Thou Shalt Not Kill: Firmly believes in the right to a fair trial, so he wants to have Timewrecker arrested and given his due punishment, despite all the atrocities the latter committed.
Tropes that apply to both Elliots
- Affectionate Nickname: Both given by Daisy. Elliot 1.0 is called "Elly" and Elliot 2.0 "Ellytoo".
- 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.
- Divergent Character Evolution: Elliot
- 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, especially now that his family's gone.
- First CVG appearance: Post 695note
A nominator who spends most of his time in his underground bunker, nominating his tributes and watching them fight. He's close friends with Power Stroke and 6k1, especially the former after the first Reboot Nominator Games (Season 50), and also Psyche's adoptive older brother.
- Affectionate Gesture to the Head: He likes petting Power's mane.
- Berserk Button: Missing the nomination period or watching his tributes die unceremoniously. He once Head Desk'd because his Reboot Season 62 tributes, Ares and Bellona, died from accidentally tying himself to a rocket he was about to launch for the former and being killed by Ralphie for the latter. He was also upset when he missed out on the next season's nomination period, but Power cheered him up by hanging out with him by a lake in District 12.
- Cool Big Bro: He's this to his adoptive little sister Psyche, always looking out for her.
- Deadpan Snarker: Tends to make sarcastic remarks about the more outlandish things going on around him, even if he's used to the weirdness that happens in the Arena.
- Elaborate Underground Base: He lives in an underground bunker, which contains laboratories, a computer room, an armory, a teleporter room, a training room, a garage housing an assortment of vehicles, and a rec room, among others. He also has robot servants that help run the place.
- Fashion Designer: He sews various outfits for Power as gifts. Sometimes he jokes about retiring from his nomination career to enter the fashion industry.Power: At this rate, you should move to Equestria and become the first human fashion designer for ponies!
- Foil: To Power. He's a tech user who's difficult to faze while she's a magic user who worries a lot. And while they both hate Snow, he just wants to see him dead for good while she likes seeing him being beaten up by the tributes.
- Gadgeteer Genius: Besides watching the Games, he spends his time in the Tech Lab creating all sorts of gadgets for his nominator friends, especially 6k1.
- Heroic BSoD: After learning just how traumatic the Great Destruction had been for 6k1 and Power, he was left feeling racked with sorrow and guilt over his decision to stay holed up in his bunker during that time instead of reaching out to not only them, but anyone else left reeling in the timeline-destroying catastrophe's wake. Fortunately, this prompted Power to visit his base in order to personally console him.
- Hidden Depths:
- Is good at bowling to the point that he killed Crimson Gale, The Meme Man, and Pink Celebi with a bowling ball in the first Reboot Nominator Games. After reconciling with Power over it, he took her out to the bowling alley in Season 55 to teach her how to play.
- He also occasionally makes meme references, much to 6k1's amusement.
- He also low-key ships Reylo (Rey and Kylo Ren/Ben Solo), since he appreciated Psyche's shipfic about them, which was her late Christmas gift for him.
- Interspecies Friendship: He's a human whose best friend is a unicorn.
- Nice Guy: Like Bale, he sometimes nominates villains, but he's still a good friend to the other nominators, especially 6k1 and Power.
- The Nicknamer: Tends to give his friends Affectionate Nicknames like "Pow-Pow" for Powernote and "Lil' Gandalf" for Ralsei, and his enemies insulting ones like "Evil Santa" and "Snowball" for President Snow and "Timescrewer" for Timewrecker.
- Past-Life Memories: Of the Original Timeline. He usually reminds 6k1 and Power that he doesn't need to be reminded of the events in the OT seasons.
- Pen Pals: With 6k1 via emails and text messages.
- Platonic Life-Partners: With Power, ever since reconciling with her over the him killing Gale with a bowling ball in the first Reboot Nominator Games.
- Sir Swears-a-Lot: He doesn't exactly have the cleanest mouth among the nominators, but most of the time he makes Good Place-style minced oaths. When he actually swears, things usually go downhill from there.
- Sword Cane: He has a wolf-headed cane designed like Lucius Malfoy's that has a retractable blade.
- Tastes Like Friendship: He feeds Power quesadillas whenever she hangs out with him. He even admitted that the first time he saw her munching on her favorite food was an adorable sight.
- Those Two Guys: With Power whenever they talk about the Games in between seasons.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Whenever there's a watch party or any social gathering, expect him to wolf down a slice of pizza and throw an empty can of root beer into the trash after drinking it.
- Unfazed Everyman: He's hardly fazed by the unusual events in the Games and isn't worried about anything most of the time.
Like Ichigo, he resides in his bunker nominating his tributes, but he also goes out Monster Hunting with his assistant Ras.
- The Alcoholic: Whenever he's at a party, he heads straight for the booze. He also tends to drown his sorrows with the stuff when he's suffering a particularly bad losing streak.
- Berserk Button: Poor performances from his tributes. It gets pressed quite often.
- Hyperspace Arsenal: It's how he carries all of his weapons around.
- Past-Life Memories: Has these of the Orignial Timeline, as he was one of the survivors of its destruction.
- Resurrective Immortality: By way of Hourai Elixir. Even the destruction of the Original Timeline in OT Season 250 wasn't enough to keep him down. Seen in action after his death in Reboot Season 50.Infinity: "Even if someone or something kills me, I won't actually die."
- Sanity Slippage: Completely lost it after turning into a zombie in Reboot Season 50, causing him to go Ax-Crazy and become the most murderous in that season.
- First ASAS appearance: Post 141
The Two Morths
- Abandoned Arc: There was a bunch of ideas about to be set up, but then the Battle of the Two Morths happened and tarnished them both. And killed everyone on it.
- 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.
- Stephord Smiler: Implied. Ichabod seems to be... a bit too positive.
- Divergent Character Evolution: Unlike his Alpha counterpart, he was never enlisted in the arena, meaning he stayed around and never quarreled with Elliot Sigma to the point where they tried to kill each other. Perhaps more interestingly, the two became lovers somewhere down the line.
- The Lost Lenore: Ebony Sigma is killed pretty early on compared to Elliot Sigma's character arc.
- Official Couple: With Elliot Sigma.
- Break the Cutie: All of them go through this to varying degrees, as many of them have endured a lot of suffering when nominated separately. The First V Incident and Jimin's subsequent FaceHeel Turn hits them all especially hard.
- Noodle Incident: When RM and Jin are on their way to the fanfic school library pre-Season 58, it's implied that BTS had a chance encounter with their fans at the school pre-Season 46.
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech: They deliver a brutal one to Tuxedo Mask!Meta Knight in the finale of Season 46 due to his Sanity Slippage and attempts to demoralise them for their actions in the Original Timeline. They kill him shortly afterwards, cementing their victory.
- True Companions: Despite everything they've been through, including Jimin's FaceHeel Turn, they all deeply care for each other and are there for each other through thick and thin. This dynamic ultimately drives Jimin to return to the good side.
- Arch-Enemy: He considers Psyche to be his greatest enemy, but the sentiment seems to be one-sided.
- Big "NO!": When Navi the Fairy literally burns him to the ground using Din's Fire.
- Corrupt the Cutie: Voldemort had taken advantage of his grief over V's fate by corrupting him and alluring him to join the Death Eaters. The BTS from the Original Timeline also contributed to this.
- Cute and Psycho: He's the shortest member, well-known among ARMY for his "mochi cheeks" and overall cuteness. Thanks to his corruption, he is also a crazed villain.
- Deal with the Devil: He was roped into serving Terminus in exchange for revenge, only to be redeemed by his bandmates.
- Despair Event Horizon: His initial reaction to V's fate.
- Differently Powered Individual: He and Voldemort were granted superpowers in a particle accelerator explosion. Jimin somehow became powerful enough to send Wave Existence flying into the forcefield with an uppercut punch.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He deeply cares for his bandmates, especially V. He even attempts to prevent Psyche from nominating Jungkook for Season 61. In fact, his devotion to them and concern of hurting them further is what influences his decision to redeem himself.
- Fatal Flaw: His overconfidence in his plans makes him fail to realise that Navi is manipulating him until he is dying from her attack, and later, that Harley Quinn is right behind him with a baseball bat in hand.
- From Nobody to Nightmare: He went from an impossibly sweet idol with a black belt in martial arts to a vengeful villain with metahuman superpowers and a literal army at his beck and call.
- Heel Realization: He truly realises what he's become when he wakes up back home after Harley knocks him out, realising that his actions were only continuing to hurt V and the rest of his bandmates.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With V, although many of Psyche's students tend to disregard the "heterosexual" part.
- Kill 'Em All: By the end of Season 60, he plans to kill off the other four remaining tributes so that he can win the season. He's backstabbed by Navi before he can get further than killing Voldemort, though.
- Revenge: His primary goal is to avenge V by killing all of the nominators and anyone else who is remotely responsible for his fate.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: He abandons BTS and seeks out Terminus once he realises that he and the other members disagree on how to avenge V.
- The Starscream: He, with the assistance of Navi and Diamonds Droog, uses his newfound powers to kill Voldemort once he realises that he is not taking his quest for revenge seriously.
- Tears of Remorse: He cries these during his reunion with V as he comes to terms with how far he's gone.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: The rest of BTS agree that Psyche should be held accountable for their suffering, but they are deeply concerned about Jimin's insanity and the way he intends to solve the problem.
- Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: He does not take the First V Incident well, especially after he truly embraces his evil nature.
- Cruel and Unusual Death: Has suffered hundreds of gruesome, horrifying death scenarios during the timewrecking.
- Fate Worse than Death: The timewrecking. He describes it as "painful beyond compare." He was saved by Yukari mere days after the fact, but to him, it felt like an eternity.
- Healing Factor: He gained this from the Hourai Elixir he was subjected to during the timewrecking. Beyond that, however, he has no special powers or abilities.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Jimin, although many of Psyche's students tend to disregard the "heterosexual" part.
- My Greatest Failure: He feels personally responsible for Jimin's grief and subsequent descent to villainy.
- Plot-Triggering Death: His extreme fate kick-starts Jimin's villain arc, which continues after the season ends.
- Resurrective Immortality: Thanks to the Hourai Elixir that he drank during the timewrecking. However, it's implied that he drank it against his will.
- Trauma Button: Seeing Mitama, or even hearing her name, is enough to make him deeply anxious.
- Bullying a Dragon: Quite literally. He badmouths Maleficent's husbando, with expected results. Maleficent was in her dragon form to boot.
- Cloudcuckoolander: In Season 51.
- Differently Powered Individual: Like Jimin, he became a metahuman in the Games. However, his powers are much more limited.
- The Leader: He takes on this role in the search for Jimin, being the only other member with offensive abilities.
- Blind Musician: He was blinded as part of his punishment for his jerkass behaviour in Season 51. His blindness is finally cured by Billy's android assistant Lara about 10 seasons later.
- Cloudcuckoolander: He starts out as this in Season 51, but the tendencies die off after his torture at the paws of Psycho Panda.
- Due to the Dead: Towards the end of Season 51, he presses F to pay respects to [[Eastern European Animation/Smeshariki Nyusha,]] cementing his redemption.
- Heroic BSoD: He has one after coming to terms with his actions. He is so depressed about everything that he's done that the Tragic Clown comes to visit everyone. He gets better after the rest of BTS plus his fanbase send him a birthday cake, even though it's not his birthday.
- Jerkass: Throughout Season 51. He gets better towards the finale, though.
- Laser-Guided Karma: The other tributes are not merciful towards him for his jerkass behaviour.
- My God, What Have I Done?: He deeply regrets his actions after having his leg broken and losing his eyesight and his bandmate Suga, to the point where he actively works towards becoming a better person.
- No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: He suffers an untimely death to Boba Fett just as he is beginning to improve his behaviour.
- Yaoi Fanboy: He's revealed to be this during Season 51.
- He Knows Too Much: He is killed by a Peacekeeper just as he is uncovering the truth behind his possession of "memories" of a gag save.
- And This Is for...: Defied. He dedicates his killing blow on Ten to BTS' fanbase, but fails to land the attack.
- Ill Boy: He comes down with tuberculosis during the season. It ends up costing him his life, as he collapses to his knees in a coughing fit during his attempt to kill Ten, allowing the latter an opportunity to strike.
- Stepford Smiler: He hides his emotions and tries to be as uninteresting as possible to avoid feeding into Psyche and Ms. May's whims. He is unable to keep up the act once Jin dies.