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These are the characters who participate in the Multiversal Hunger Games by nominating their tributes, along with their closest allies who help them in their daily lives. Some of the nominators take part in various adventures while others just hang back to watch how their tributes do in the Games. No matter how active they are besides sending in their tributes, the nominators are the main contributors to the Games as a whole.

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Due to their length, 6k1 and Power Stroke have their character profiles moved here.


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The Database Library

6k1's Assistants

    General Tropes 
  • Family of Choice: Because their master treats them like her own children, they see each other as family, with Ally being the eldest, Dupe the middle child, and Mimi the youngest. Mimi especially sees them as her adoptive family because she never knew her parents.
  • Undying Loyalty: They're all loyal to 6k1 and won't leave her, no matter what.

    The Databot, aka Ally 
First CVG appearance: Post 839 (1.0), Post 889 (2.0), Post 2922 (3.0)note 
First ASAS appearance: Post 23
Headcanon voice: Twilight Sparkle if her voice was put in a neural network (2.0), Garnet if her voice was put in a neural network (4.0)

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.


General Tropes/Tropes applying to all versions:

  • 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.
  • Body Backup Drive: All its data and memories can be transferred to a new body when it gets destroyed. As of v3.0, it can temporarily transfer its mind to 6k1's phone until it decides on whether to stay in its previous body or transfer to a new one. Its "incorporeal form" assumes PAL's face, but superimposed on the Mockingjay logo against a brown background.
  • 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.
  • The Conscience: Knocks some common sense into 6k1 whenever she can't think straight, like when it dragged her by the collar up Dave's ship, reminding her to focus on rescuing Sayaka Miki instead of ranting about tribute data clones.
  • 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.
  • Electronic Telepathy: It can send and receive electronic signals to and from its clone.
  • Enemy Scan: Can scan objects or tributes for any information about them.
  • Eye Beams: Shoots lasers from its eyes, and also its horn in unicorn bodies. Its third version even floats and T-Poses while doing so.
  • 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 or deeply surprised.
  • 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.
  • Meaningful Name:
    • Its given name can be short for "alloy", and it also means "friend", albeit pronounced differently ("A-lee" instead of "A-lye"). And if written in Leet Lingo, its name would be "411Y", and 411 is a slang term for "information", its main function.
    • 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.
  • No Waterproofing in the Future: Despite all the upgrades, it's not waterproof, which is why it had to go inside the Winter's End as soon as it rained during the Sayaka Mission.
  • Number Two: 6k1's right-hand assistant, even helping her with tasks besides Database work.
  • Prefers Proper Names: Always addresses others except for Tabby and Billy by their full names, so it always calls its master "6001" instead of "6k1".
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Whenever it detects a threat, is about to fire its lasers, or gets angry in general.
  • 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. The DM also planned to have the next body be that of Toriel's, which was realized after Timewrecker made Ally explode.
  • Sensor Character: Serves as this whenever it goes on missions, scanning the environment for useful information.
  • Spock Speak: Tends to speak formally, without contractions, and addresses people by their full names.

Tropes applying to v1.0:

Tropes applying to v2.0:

  • Feather Flechettes: It could shoot razor feathers and regenerate them, courtesy of Ichi.
  • Mechanical Horse: It's a robot pony based on Twilight.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: Just before Reboot Season 68 began, Timewrecker made it explode, including all its backup bodies. While 6k1 was devastated by its sudden destruction, she was able to rebuild it from scratch, and she also requested new backups from Ichi.
  • Unwanted Assistance: As helpful as an assistant can be, it constantly read 6k1's email notifications out loud, which was fixed by Ichi before its training session.

Tropes applying to v3.0:

    Experiment 344 (Dupe) 
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First CVG appearance: Post 908note 
First ASAS appearance: Post 23

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.


  • The Ageless: As he was created in a lab, he can't age and remains physically childlike forever.
  • 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, but his defect can't be removed entirely because of he might end up malfunctioning.
  • Cool Big Bro: Acts like this towards his "little sister" Mimi, even accompanying her to Dr. Fauna's clinic for her checkup.
  • Curious as a Monkey: Tends to bat his paws at anything new.
  • Middle Child Syndrome: Tends to feel overshadowed by his older and younger "siblings" since 6k1 counts on Ally the most during important tasks while she constantly pampers Mimi.
  • Out of Focus: Doesn't receive as much "screentime" as the other assistants.
  • Poor Communication Kills: Overheard 6k1's argument about data clones and left her despite her trying to explain her dilemma, thinking that she doesn't need him anymore.
  • Share the Male Pain: Winced when "Laura" kneed Scipion in the groin for threatening her.
  • The Speechless: He only mews and gestures with his paws. 6k1 could give him a translator like Mimi, but she can understand his sign language just fine.
  • Suddenly Speaking: Said "ohana" to 6k1 to comfort her over Dave's sudden disappearance, to everyone's shock.
  • Who Wants to Live Forever?: He worries that he might outlive Mimi because he can't age and he doesn't know how long Starbles can live.
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    Mimi the Starble 
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"Fren? Fren!" Art by The Gamechanger.

First CVG appearance: Post 1018note 
First ASAS appearance: Post 23
Headcanon voice: Bubbles

6k1's pet Starble that was given to her by Gamechanger before her vacation in the Underground, although the Database Manager didn't bring her along because of her mischief.


  • Affectionate Nickname: 6k1 sometimes calls her "my (not-so-)lil' furball" while Ichi simply calls her "fuzzball".
  • 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.
  • Beam Spam: Can shoot twin lasers from her star antennae.
  • 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. 6k1 eventually weaned her from it with Fluttershy and Dr. Fauna's help by training her to control her appetite, though she'll eat pretty much anything given to her.
  • Bilingual Bonus: Her nickname is also Japanese for "ear", fitting for a pet with Super Hearing.
  • Character Development: Growing up, she slowly learned to be on her best behavior around others including her owner, and also controlled her insatiable appetite.
  • Character Tics: Tends to curl up into a ball when nervous or scared.
  • Cheerful Child: She likes cheering up people by nuzzling them.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: Hinted at with Arcturus, as they noticed how much they have grown since they last saw each other and began having mutual feelings.
  • Constantly Curious: Given how young she is, 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?
  • Cuddle Bug: Whenever her owner feels down, she cheers her up by nuzzling her in the cheek.
  • 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 thanks to her extremely corrosive saliva (and by extension, stomach acids), 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.
  • Flying Firepower: As of her first birthday, she can float around by inflating herself besides shooting her lasers or healing beams.
  • Foil: To Arcturus, another Starble. While both of them were orphaned at a young age, Mimi never knew her parents while Arcturus witnessed them being killed by Blackblood's soldiers. Also, both of them received training and disciplining from their owners, but Mimi remains a hyperactive, rebellious pet while Arcturus becomes a composed, methodical one. Additionally, upon hitting puberty, Mimi acquired new defensive powers while Arcturus acquired new offensive ones.
  • Fuzz Therapy: Acted as Dave's therapy pet when he was hospitalized.
  • Genki Girl: She's an energetic, mischievous little creature who likes hanging out with nice people.
  • Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak: Develops a competitive streak in her teen years while agility training at the Capitol Park, but still keeps her endearing personality.
  • 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, and after hitting puberty, she can also fire healing beams. Upon becoming an adult, her healing beams have gotten so strong the target may get nauseated after being healed.
  • Hyper-Destructive Bouncing Ball: Becomes one whenever she gets hiccups.
  • Love Makes You Dumb: She was smitten by Arcturus when they met at the park, and she tried impressing him by putting on a competitive streak during their training. She lost her focus as a result, and she tripped and lost to him in the final trial.
  • 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.
  • "Not So Different" Remark:
    • From Stitch, another rambunctious fuzzy blue alien, as 6k2 pointed out to Dupe during her rampage after her checkup.
    • Also from Rainbow Dash, another blue-coated animal with magenta eyes who tends to charge headfirst without thinking and refuses to sit still. She's also as stubborn as Angel Bunny, which Fluttershy noticed while helping 6k1 train Mimi to improve her behavior.
  • 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, but stopped doing this after her first birthday because she became too big for it.
  • Pattern-Coded Eggs: She hatched from an egg with horizontal light blue lines, dark blue zigzags, and yellow polka dots, which correspond to her fur color, paw color (though they look more purple than dark blue), and star antennae.
  • Please, Don't Leave Me: Doesn't want her owner to leave her, not wanting to lose her like her parents.
  • Poor Communication Kills: Despite having a translator, she has trouble letting 6k1 know what exactly she wants. As a result, she resorts to eating things she shouldn't as a way of acting out.
  • Puberty Superpower: When she hit puberty on her first birthday, her magic powers went out of control, causing her to fire stronger lasers everywhere and summon a bubble shield that protects her from being blown away. She also learned to float like Kirby by inflating herself and paddling in the air.
  • Put on a Bus: Whenever she's left with Fluttershy for petsitting.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Inverted with Arcturus. She's an excitable blue Starble while he's a calm and collected red one.
  • 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, and she grows to the size of the average pillow as an adult.
  • Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: The Energetic Girl to Arcturus' Savvy Guy.
  • Something Else Also Rises: After hitting puberty, her antennae flicker whenever she feels attraction towards other Starbles, like Arcturus.
  • Stellar Name: Her name's short for "Mimosa", the second brightest star in the Crux constellation.
  • Super Hearing: She could hear everything outside her egg because of her enhanced hearing, and she's sensitive to loud noises such as fireworks.
  • Team Pet: Serves as 6k1's "animal companion" among her assistants.
  • Through a Face Full of Fur: Even with her thick blue fur, she can still blush through it.
  • Trail Of Breadcrumbs: Leaves a trail of fur when she sheds.
  • Translator Buddy: Sometimes serves as Dupe's translator because she understands his mews, showing how close they are as "siblings".
  • 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.
  • The Trickster: She's a hyperactive pet who likes making a mess and knocking things over just to mess with her owner. She took this up a notch during Bale's party when she sneaked away from Fluttershy to play with Arcturus and cause a ruckus during the festivities. 6k1 then grounded and forced her to go home early for her misbehavior, albeit reluctantly.

Dave the Assassin and Associates

    Dave the Assassin 
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"Not bad."
Click here  to see his true form

First CVG appearance: Post 4184 (pre-split), Post 2 (post-split)
First ASAS appearance: Post 47

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.
  • Foil: To 6k1. He's a Long-Lived omniversal traveler who isn't fazed about what happens in the Games because he's Seen It All while she's a young Muggle scientist/librarian who still gets emotional over them.
  • 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.
  • Guilt Complex: Blames himself for the disastrous vacation his family suffered, separating him from 6k1 for Earth Prime months. Thankfully, his family reassured him that it's not his fault, and what matters is that they're all safe.
  • Honorary Uncle: He's called "Uncle Dave" by Mimi since he's the honorary brother of her owner 6k1, whom she sees as her adoptive mom.
  • Improbable Weapon User: He can summon kitchen sinks and throw them at enemies, like when Scipion pranked his travel group on the way to Billy's party. He acquired this power in OT Season 250 by inhaling a random sink like Bowser.
  • Maternal Death? Blame the Child!: His biological mother died giving birth to him and his father blamed him for her death.
  • Mayfly–December Friendship: He's a Long-Lived Omniversal traveler while his honorary sister 6k1 is a mortal human.
  • 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.
  • Once Done, Never Forgotten: One time, he dove into a pool of quicksand, thinking it was a pool of gold, and drowned in it. He'd rather not talk about it again.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: As pointed out by Psyche, his absence in the 3rd Reboot Nominator Games (Season 150) was a sign that something serious must've happened to him after he went home following the discussion for the 2nd Voidlands trip. Whatever it was, he wasn't able to inform 6k1 about it, leaving her distressed when he didn't show up to comfort her at the Recovery Room after the season.
  • 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.
  • Present Absence: His mysterious disappearance after finishing the discussion for the 2nd Voidlands trip and returning to the Home Base did not go unnoticed by 6k1 and Psyche, especially for the former. She worried about him following the change in the Death Battle roster for Reboot Season 139, and was distraught when he didn't show up for the 3rd Reboot Nominator Games or her recovery after it. It's then revealed between Seasons 168 and 169 that he went on vacation with his family, but a disaster forced Hans to close communications with the other nominators to focus on rescuing them.
  • 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.
  • Rugged Scar: His true form has a scar running over his left eye.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: He believes that it doesn't matter if an action goes against the law as long as it's morally right for him to do so. He also believes that the law is restrictive, which is why his Home Base is outside Panem or any place with strict laws.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Telephone Teleport: When he heard that the Database Library was set on fire in Season 63, he called Ichi to check on 6k1, then shouted into his phone to summon an energy data stream and travel to Ichi's bunker to comfort her. It's energy-consuming, however, as Dave collapsed after arriving.
  • 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.

    Advisor Fira 
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"I trust you."
Click here  to see her true form

First CVG appearance: Post 15 (unnamed)
First ASAS appearance: Post 47

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.

    Advisor Hans 
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"Sir, we've received a transmission."

First CVG appearance: Post 72 (unnamed)
First ASAS appearance: Post 47

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.

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Scipion and Co.

Scipion's trio

    Scipion 
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As a normal Zoroark Art by Chocolateblob
Click here to see him as a "mega" Zoroark  

First CVG appearance: Post 4368 (pre-split), Post 21 (post-split)
First ASAS appearance: Post 15

One of the nominators. He is a Zoroark and a well-known serial killer across Panem. He is easily one of the most, if not the evilest nominator around.

  • Ambiguously Absent Parent: He doesn't remember his birth parents who were wild Pokémon or what happened to them.
  • Arc Villain: As Nightmare Scipion in CVG. When he became mindless, he threatened to engulf the entire multiverse. He also serves as this for the Pokémon Rescue Arc.
  • Arch-Enemy: With the Rescue Squad, especially with Aaron. Also with Detective Gamechanger when he arrived at Panem.
  • Ax-Crazy: This trait is what sets him apart from the other nominators. He enjoys slaughtering others for fun.
  • Berserk Button:
    • Never speak badly about his mane or touch it. Never.
    • He despises Aaron to the point of going berserk just to kill him.
    • Also, expect him to fly into a fit of rage if he misses the nominations. He also gets enraged when his favorite tributes die without joining the Hall of Fame or if they perform better under other nominators.
    • Lastly, don't speak badly of his closest friends or parents in front of him. Ichi learned this lesson during the 3rd Reboot Nominator Games (Season 150) in the worst way possible.
  • Blinded by 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 technological weapons or robots instead of physical or magical attacks, thinking that only cowards or weaklings hide behind them.
  • Brought Down to Normal: Reverted back into a regular Zoroark after his battle with the Rescue Squad because he overexerted himself. He can still "Mega Evolve" into his powered-up form, but can't do so out of battle.
  • 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. He also loves scaring or teasing the other noms, like he did to Map.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: Is proud to be a serial killer. He often brags about it and likes playing the theatrical villain.
  • Dark Is Evil: He lives up to his Dark typing by being a serial killer.
  • Destroyer Deity: When he absorbed enough literal invoked Nightmare Fuel to kill everyone in the original timeline, as well as his eldritch form before achieving his final form.
  • Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: While he was troublesome for her as a child, he respects his adoptive mother Persephone, even agreeing to train with her on his adoption day. He also sees her as his grandma, given her age.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Despite his bloodlust, he still respects the nominators, especially 6k1. In fact, he deeply regretted killing her after the Nominator Games, and also when he nearly killed her again while fighting the Rescue Squad in Reboot Season 83.
  • Even Evil Has Standards:
    • Despite being a villainous Zoroark who enjoys nominating his fellow villains, he refuses to send those whom he finds too dangerous to come into contact with such as Jenova and Lavos to the Arena and data clones them instead.
    • He also won't prank or scare those who are still reeling from trauma, believing that they deserve rest.
  • Evil Is Petty: He is very easy to trigger, is obsessed with himself, likes to be dramatic and despite his redeeming qualities is ultimately a jerk.
  • Evil Laugh: Eyahahaha!
  • Foil:
    • To Aaron: They're both canine leaders of their respective teams, but Scipion is a ruthless killer who enjoys every second of slaughter while Aaron is a heroic rescuer who feels guilty when he fails to save others.
    • To June: They're both Zoroarks, but that's the only thing they have in common. Scipion is an Ax-Crazy Serial Killer, whereas June is a cheerful Genki Girl.
  • Forgotten First Meeting: He claimed that he only met Lucian at parties, forgetting the first time they met as young Pokémon, when Aaron rescued them from a cave.
  • Foul Fox: The Pokémon back in the Mystery Dungeon World call him the "Fox of Death" because of his infamous kills.
  • Fountain of Youth: Before going to Bale's party, Persephone gave him a potion that would temporarily de-evolve him back into a Zorua. He was annoyed but less dangerous in this form. He also took this before going to June's party for Stanford, not wanting to scare him after the latter was stressed from the SR388 mission.
  • "Freaky Friday" Flip: With June during her cheer-up party for Stanford, and was utterly humiliated at being stuck in her body. After he was switched back to normal, Skyler cast an illusion on him to retain it for the 4th Reboot Nominator Games (Season 200) because he was registered for it while in June's body. CAC, who was out of the loop about the incident, mistook "her" for a Gender Flip]ed Scipion.
  • Groin Attack: Received a well-deserved one from "Laura"note  for threatening her.
  • Hammerspace Hair: He keeps the electronic device he uses to watch the Games in his mane.
  • Hated by All: All the nominators dislike him to varying degrees for his outrages and murder sprees. Even the Pokémon back in his world avoid him as much as possible, and the Rescue Squad opposes him strongly.
  • Healing Factor: With his Mega form, he can regenerate himself, although the process can be more or less slow depending of his injuries.
  • Hypocritical Humor: Despite being disgusted by love in general, he ships Ichi and Power Stroke just to mess with them.
  • I Hate Past Me: He regrets causing the Great Destruction, and when his past self showed up, he wanted to have the latter killed or timewrecked, and he denies that he even was a nominator.
  • Invisibility: He can make himself invisible with his illusions.
  • It's All About Me: While he shows some care for the Nominators and his friends, he is ultimately out for himself and his goals. Likewise, his pride reflects this very well.
  • Jerkass: To anyone who isn't one of his friends and isn't able to match him in a fight. He does possess a Hidden Heart of Gold and can care about someone else.
  • Master of Illusion: Giving that he's a Zoroark, he's very talented at creating illusions. They are even more impressive when he's in his "mega" form.
  • Mooning: While controlling Skyler's June illusion, he flashed his ass at Myskywarm after invading his camp in the 4th Reboot Nominator Games.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: He clearly regrets hurting the nominators, especially 6k1, and abandoning Morgan and Onox when he first joined the Games.
  • Love Is a Weakness: Believes that love is something only perverts enjoy and has sworn off looking for a romantic partner.
  • Obviously Evil: With his menacing looks and personality, he's not hiding his villainy from anyone. It's no surprise that Ichi calls him a "psychotic dick".
  • The Only One Allowed to Defeat You: As much as he hates Aaron, he doesn't want anyone else but himself killing the Lucario because It's Personal.
  • Other Me Annoys Me: He can't stand Skyler's effeminacy.
  • Our Nudity Is Different: Since Pokémon don't need to wear clothes, he hates wearing them, but wears a cape for special occasions.
  • Pride: He's very proud of himself.
  • Prongs of Poseidon: His weapon of choice is a golden trident with a red jewel that he can summon in his "Mega form".
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: He's a Zoroark, a black fox Pokémon with a blood-red mane which he dyes with the blood of his victims.
  • Security Blanket: Back when he was little, he had a Bagon plush named "Mr. Big-Nose" that he was very found of and kept for a long time. Persephone eventually gave it back to him.
  • Sore Loser: Absolutely hates losing, and was livid when he was disqualified for getting trapped in the Minus World in the 2nd Reboot Nominator Games (Season 100).
  • Super Mode: Gains one after his battle with Valecor, allowing him to regenerate and use more powerful attacks.
  • Tame His Anger: After almost killing 6k1 in the Arena forest, he tries his best to control his impulsive tendencies.
  • Token Evil Teammate: One of the few villainous nominators who still stick around with the heroic ones.
  • Unstoppable Rage: Despite his best efforts, he can become berserk and unreasonable after being angered too much. It's partially explained because of his nature as a wild Pokémon.
  • Valentine's Day Vitriol: Hates Valentine's Day, believing it's a holiday made "by perverts, for perverts". For him, the only good thing about it is chocolate.
  • Vile Villain, Laughable Lackey: He's a vicious murderer with Onox as his Bumbling Sidekick.
  • Villain Protagonist: Is one of the more active nominators, but his actions are far from heroic.
  • Villain Respect: He only pretended to kill Lucian after cornering him, and then spared him because Scipion admired his sliver of bravery when Lucian saved a young Fennekin from him. He even begrudgingly thanked Lucian for tending to him when he got sick, and decided to help Aaron save him when he transformed into a Midnight Lycanroc because of a wild Spiritomb possessing him.
  • Villainous BSoD: Froze up when the baby Metroid invaded Eye-Sicle's lair, thinking it would sap everyone's energy after the mass body swap caused by Wanda-in-Cleo's-body's Soulstorm happened and Swapper, who accidentally swapped Power and Ralsei while trying to swap Scipion and June back, went missing.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Doesn't hesitate to kill young Pokémon.

    Morgan 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/morgremfull2829874.jpg
(Art by Inesanemona)

First ASAS appearance: Post 1232 (unnamed)

A Morgrem and one of Scipion's old comrades, who nomiates his tributes in his behalf while he's out. He's extremely vicious and offensive.

  • Awesomeness by Analysis: When focused enough, he's able to read people's feelings and sometimes can even predict their words or movements.
  • Brains and Brawn: The Brains to Onox's Brawn.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Fights by using portals and even creating doubles of himself. He also loves to stab people in the back while they're distracted.
  • Combat Sadomasochist: He actually enjoys feeling pain, and will gladly accept it no matter what.
  • Depraved Dwarf: He's the smallest of the trio but the most depraved member of the bunch.
  • Enfant Terrible: It's implied that he has always been evil ever since he was a young Impidimp.
    "They say people aren't born evil. That's true. But like every rule, there are some exceptions."
  • Foil: To Tokage. They're both the brains of their respective teams, but Morgan uses underhanded tactics in combat and kills Pokémon while Tokage plays fair and rescues Pokémon.
  • Jerkass: While Scipion cares about some people and tries his best to respect them, Morgan does not at all. Even if the Zoroark is one of his closest friends, he keeps insulting and mocking him, usually going into personal territory to rile him up.
  • Malicious Misnaming: He enjoys coming up with insulting nicknames for the nominators, like "Tabbitch" for Tabby and "ChicK1 for 6k1.
  • Moral Sociopathy: He is a complete villain and he stays true to that, no matter what. Even if it's against Scipion's wishes, he doesn't like to play the hypocrite.
  • Prehensile Hair: His hair is shown to be capable of acting as a prehensile limb in Scipion's party, where he uses it to shake Libre's hand and throw his spontaneously-manifested tape recorders to Scipion's lair.
  • Self-Made Orphan: Killed his parents when he was younger.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: Expect him to swear at pretty much every sentence.
  • Smug Snake: He's very cruel and evil, but next to most threats he's a non-entity. However, he's able to recognize some worth in some people.
  • The Starscream: Downplayed a lot since he stays loyal to Scipion. However, he is not above disrespecting him or going against his plans.
  • The Sociopath: Like a certain Zoroark, except even worse.
  • The Strategist: He's very cunning, and makes up for not being the strongest member of his party with his brains.
  • Token Evil Teammate: He manages to be this to Scipion and co. He almost has zero redeeming qualities.
  • Troll: He sometimes nominates tributes that Scipion hates just to mess with him.
  • With Friends Like These...: With Scipion. They are friends, yet Morgan keeps insulting and demeaning at every toss and turn, also pushing any Berserk Button he can in the process.

    Onox 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/1583589417oodi_guitar.jpg
(Art by oodi)

First ASAS appearance: Post 1232

An Amped form Toxtricity and one of Scipion's old comrades. He's not bright at all, but is extremely loyal to Scipion that he usually calls him "boss". He also enjoys playing songs with his chest.

  • Audience Surrogate: Serves as a stand-in for those new to the Hunger Games, since Scipion had to teach him the inner workings of it.
  • Big Eater: He loves eating and gets easily upset when he doesn't get his meal.
  • Blind Obedience: Follows Scipion's orders without questions, no matter how dangerous they are. [However, he's able to stand up against him when he feels it's necessary, like in New Durango when Scipion went berserk against the 'Brijes.
  • Brains and Brawn: The Brawn to Morgan's Brains.
  • The Brute: He's very physically strong as well as resilient, allowing him to take a lot of hits in a fight.
  • Dumb Muscle: He is far from being bright, something that Morgan likes to mock about.
  • Foil:
    • To Alex. They're both the brawn in their respective teams, look up to their leaders, and love eating, Onox kills Pokémon while Alex rescues them. Alex is also smarter than him, and he also realized their similarities before their battle.
    • To Freddy. They're both Poison-type muscles in their respective teams, but Onox is an incompetent cook while Freddy's a Supreme Chef.
  • Emotional Bruiser: He's a tough guy, but he isn't the most emotionally stable person and can break down with ease, especially when Scipion is mad at him.
  • "Freaky Friday" Flip: With Lemmy during June's cheer-up party for Stanford. Unlike everyone else who was swapped, he liked his new body and didn't want to switch back.
  • Is It Something You Eat?: Asked if communism was edible when the Soldier bragged about it in Scipion's party.
  • Lethal Chef: Claims to be good at cooking, only for the Rawst Berry cake he baked for Ridley in Reboot Season 146 to poison him.
  • Mental Handicap, Moral Deficiency: He's not outright evil compared to Scipion or Morgan and he can be a nice guy, but because of his mental deficiencies, he's able to kill without mercy.
  • Morality Chain: Makes sure Scipion doesn't go berserk towards his enemies. Scipion even requested him to hit him hard if he snaps.
  • Morph Weapon: When powered up, he can summon an electric flail that can transform into a guitar.
  • New Friend Envy: When Freddy showed up and Scipion allowed him to brush his mane, Onox was clearly jealous of the Gengar.
  • Punk Rock: He loves playing this kind of song. He's even able to play Metal while fighting.
  • Undying Loyalty: Towards Scipion. His biggest fear is to see his "boss" leaving him behind, something that almost happened in the past. He would go as far as sacrificing his life if it was beneficial to Scipion.
  • Vile Villain, Laughable Lackey: The vicious Scipion's Bumbling Sidekick.

Scipion's mentors

    Giratina 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/giratigoat.png
(Art by Xous54)

First CVG appearance: Post 310 note 
First ASAS appearance: Post 15

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 Good and Evil: His main philosophy. Though it rarely comes up.
  • Commuting on a Bus: While a recurring character in CVG and the beginning of ASAS, he's currently out of focus at the moment, especially since Scipion left the Distortion World.
  • Dimensional Traveler: Before he got back his Griseous Orb, allowing him to use all of his powers, he was already capable of traveling everywhere.
  • A Dog Named "Dog": Like all the Legendaries in the thread, he's simply called "Giratina".
  • Incredible Shrinking Man: Was somehow shrunken down to the size of a walnut shortly before Reboot Season 193. Naturally, he was annoyed.
  • Large and in Charge: He's the largest and most powerful member of Scipion's group.
  • Old Master: To Scipion. It's implied it wasn't easy for the Zoroark to be trained by him
  • Parental Substitute: He is the closest thing Scipion has to a father since he trained him. But it's Persephone who mainly raised Scipion. He could be considered more as a mentor than an actual parent.
  • Revenge: First against Arceus, then Valecor, and finally Timewrecker.
  • Seen It All: He traveled a lot and knows a lot about the Multiverse.
  • Stern Teacher: To Scipion when he violently trained him.
  • The Stoic: Not only he is rarely impressed, but he is also very intimidating and imposing.
  • Stronger with Age: He's one of the oldest and most powerful legendary Pokémons.

    Persephone 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/mismagius6001358377.jpg
(Art by Zeiphyr)
As a dragon (Art by crankycorvid 

First ASAS appearance: Post 1140 (flashback), Post 1222 (present day) note 

An old Mismagius. Scipion's foster mother. She is a powerful witch and a loyal priestess of Giratina.

  • Evil Genius: She is extremely intelligent. For example, she has carried out various scientific experiments on Pokemon like Tokage's father.
  • Grande Dame: She is very refined, polite and calm, contrasting Scipion's brutality. She also owns a very luxurious gothic castle.
  • Gratuitous French: She occasionally speaks French or sprinkles her speech with French words.
  • Meaningful Name: She's named after the Greek Queen of the Underworld. Fitting, given that Giratina is the Pokémon equivalent of Hades.
  • One-Winged Angel: She is able to transform into a fusion of her and Rayquaza thanks to Giratina's blessing. She isn't as strong as the legendary dragon, but she's much more powerful in this form.
  • Parental Substitute:
    • She's Scipion's adoptive mother, having taken care of him back when he was a Zorua.
    • Clyde also sees her as his mother, having raised him for most of his second life.
  • Stronger with Age: Possibly, she's 666 million years old, and is possibly the strongest of her kind.
  • Time Abyss: She is extremely old: 666 million years old.
  • Wicked Cultured: She may be evil, but she does have a sense of luxury and manners.
  • Wicked Witch: Fitting for an evil Mismagius.

Clyde's team

    General 

A second evil team, created by Persephone.

  • Big Bad Wannabe: They (at least Freddy) want to be as evil and deadly as Scipion's trio is.
  • Goldfish Poop Gang: No matter how hard they try, they always fail their mission, such as trying to capture and kill the Fiery Blue Wings for Scipion. They remind him of Team Rocket.

    Clyde 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/1572361107sloth_power_collab_shuppet.png

First ASAS appearance: Post 1292

A young Shuppet and Persephone's loyal henchman. He's actually an Undead Child, being the ghost of a young Helioptile.

  • Affably Evil: He is very polite, even in the middle of a fight.
  • The Apprentice: Of Persephone, since he serves as her butler in her castle.
  • Brutal Honesty: Given how stoic he is, his thoughts about others tend to come off as blunt.
  • Character Development: During his time with his gang, he learned to feel empathy for others, not just Persephone.
  • The Comically Serious: Being a logical and emotionless ghost, it often draws him into embarrassing events.
  • Constantly Curious: The only thing remaining from his past-life. He is a bookworm and tends to be curious about a lot of things.
  • Creepy Child: He's a young Helioptile who was resurrected as a Shuppet, and his deadpan expression is enough to put off others.
  • Demonic Possession: Can possess other Pokémon to temporarily gain their powers, like when he possessed a Garbodor when he fought Ralsei, Susie, and the other rescue teams in the Gurgling Swamp, though it's nowhere as efficient as his mistress's abilities.
  • The Empath: His horn can detect negative emotions, like when he sensed that Arthur was jealous of Nick when he "hung out" with James during their mission at the Great Canyon.
  • Extreme Doormat: He's loyal to his mistress to a fault, and rarely speaks up his mind. Though when he does he can be very stubborn.
  • Graceful Loser: Given his stoic nature, he took his defeat to Ralsei, Susie, and the rescue teams at the Gurgling Swamp with stride.
  • The Needless: He doesn't need to eat because he's a ghost.
  • Our Ghosts Are Different: Unlike other Ghost-type Pokémon such as Persephone, he was once a Helioptile, who turned into a Shuppet when she resurrected him.
  • Outliving One's Offspring: His parents are presumably still alive by the time he died.
  • The Stoic: Despite his young age, he's not very emotionally expressive. Not so much when he discovered his own skeleton in the Great Canyon and freaked out.
  • Soulless Shell: Persephone resurrected him and turned him into an almost emotionless ghost.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Persephone, since she's the one who brought him back to life.
  • Villain Has a Point: He may be a creepy, emotionless Shuppet, but he had a point when he said that Lucian was being too paranoid of him and his gang when they kidnapped him to Scipion's makeshift lair. That's why they decided to spare him and comfort him over his fear instead.
    Clyde: Being paranoid like that not only [would] drop the mood for everyone here, but it is also not good for your own health.

    Edgar 
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First ASAS appearance: Post 4115

A cowardly and greedy Murkrow who was bribed into working for Persephone and be part of Clyde's trio.

    Freddy 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/bia_busana_gengar_a.jpg
art by Bia Busana

First ASAS appearance: Post 4287

An over-the-top and evil Gengar who got recruited by Persephone.

  • Bear Hug: Usually how he cheers up people. It's sometimes enough to make frail people choke, like Edgar.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: He's proud of being the bad guy and loves being part of Clyde's gang.
  • Evil Laugh: His laugh is very reminiscent of Valecor's. GEHEHEHE!
  • Foil: To Onox. They're both Poison-type muscles in their respective teams, but Freddy's a Supreme Chef while Onox is an incompetent cook.
  • Graceful Loser: After the rescue teams defeated him in his Mega Form along with the powered-up Onox outside Scipion's makeshift lair, he congratulated them.
  • I'm Your Biggest Fan: Is this towards Scipion, as he admires the Zoroark for his evil deeds.
  • Large Ham: He usually speaks loudly and dramatically. Sometimes, it's outright ridiculous.
  • Maniac Tongue: He has an Overly Long Tongue that he shows very often.
  • Out-of-Character Moment: In Reboot Season 170, he broke down crying over getting 2nd Place in a contest, which is unusual for a villain who gladly accepts defeat.
  • Noble Demon: Being evil doesn't stop him to talk normally to heroes or even comforting and befriend them.
  • The Needless: He doesn't need to eat because he's a ghost.
  • Super Mode: He can Mega Evolve during battle.
  • Supreme Chef: Unlike Onox, he can cook up delicious meals for his buddies.
  • Villains Out Shopping: Turned out to work as a cook in Lilac's hospital, not for any big evil plans, but simply to earn money for the ever-greedy Edgar.

Others

    Cerberus 
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First ASAS appearance: Post 1299

A savage, cruel Hydreigon and Persephone's pet.

  • Ax-Crazy: She leaves nothing but destruction behind her. For example, she tore through various Peacekeeper's units by herself.
  • Meaningful Name: She's named after the three-headed dog who serves as the gatekeeper to the Underworld.
  • Pet Monstrosity: She's incredibly dangerous but loyal to Persephone and so can be unusually calm.
  • Tomboy: Despite being female, she clearly wants to be referred to as being genderless and taking a name that's usually for males.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Persephone.

Zanreo's Secret Base

    Zanreo 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/704986fd_d931_42fd_a5f2_36790494e3ff.jpeg

First CVG appearance: Post 22
First ASAS appearance: Post 20

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.

  • Energy Weapon: She has made a variety of laser weapons and other laser-based tools.
  • The Misophonic: Is sensitive to loud noises, like when she winced and covered her ears when GC's robots repaired the elevator in his base while she was inside.
  • Opaque Lenses: Her glasses have white, opaque lenses.

    Glitch!Zanreo 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/glitchzan2.png
A clone of Zanreo who's affected by a glitch of some kind, always having a glitchy effect around her.
  • 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.

Hassel's Quarters

    In General 

Hassel's Quarters

A mysterious faction not affiliated with any of the science center, Hassel's Quarter is an arms manufacturing corporation presenting itself as a science center.

    Lord Hassel 

Lord Mark "Scientist" Hassel / Lordimark Hassel, Earl of The Quarters

First CVG appearance: Post 35

Headcanon voice: Kenjiro Tsuda (Japanese), Ray Chase (English)
The head of an arms manufacturing company, Mark Hassel presents himself as an independent scientist with a noble goal. However, he's anything but a scientist, but rather, an arms dealer who has little to no interest in scientific advancement.
  • 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, 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.

    Ribeyrolles 

Ribey

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/hgs_convergence_ribey_by_dropkun.jpg
Artist: Dropkun
First CVG appearance: Post 35
First ASAS appearance: Post 991

Headcanon voice: Rina Hidaka (Japanese), Clare Corbett (English)
A Ribeyrolles Model Tactical Doll who serves as Hassel's Secretary. In reality, she's Sayaka's own Tactical Doll before the latter entrusting her to Hassel.
  • 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?

Ultimate Ribey

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/hgs_convergence_ultimate_ribey_by_zenyu.jpg
Artist: Zenyu
Headcanon voice: Rina Hidaka (Japanese), Clare Corbett (English)
Ultimate Ribey is Ribey with her past self's memory restored. In this form, Ribey is able to recall her past self's experience, inheriting Sayaka's combat prowess and regenerative power. She also becomes a master of melee combat.

Ribey, Dark Soul of Man

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/hgs_convergence_dark_soul_ribey_by_jhands.jpg
Artist: JHANDS
Headcanon voice: Eri Kitamura (Japanese), Sarah Williams (English)
Dark Soul Ribey is Ribey empowered by the Dark of humanity. In this form, Sayaka's consciousness and humanity is fully restored. Ribey is no longer just a machine that looks like a human, she is now a human with a human soul. She also becomes a full fledged magical girl. As the name suggests, this form embodies Sayaka's envy, despair and perhaps love, now manifesting as a Dark Soul. If Ultimate Ribey is the bringer of hope, then Dark Soul Ribey would be the bringer of despair.
  • 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.

    Sayaka Miki 

Prototype Sayaka

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Artist: Akio
Headcanon voice: Eri Kitamura (Japanese), Sarah Williams (English)
Sayaka Miki from the Original Generation, who would wind up become Ribey as we know today. Her design is based on the original concept art created by Ume Aoki.


  • Ambiguous Situation: After her restoration, it's left ambiguous if it's the same Sayaka in all her future seasons, but 6k1 doesn't care anymore because she still roots for her, no matter what.
  • 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 can now be fully restored and she can live as a human again if not for the fact that the entire facility is already under the Neon Quarters' control. Besides, the body that Ribey has retrieved is too rotten to be used and a new lab-grown body has to be issued to her, which is later on carried out by the King in Yellow, the successor of the District 1 Outpost. 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.
    • Her original body was restored for real when the nominators retrieved her Soul Gem from Neon Quarters and then combined it with literal [[invoked Sweet Dreams Fuel and a Replica Vessel.]]
  • Body Backup Drive: Her original body winds up becoming this for Ribey.
  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: In Reboot Season 190, she and her friends became living suits of armor after a failed alchemy procedure to bring Director Phobos Back from the Dead. They then turned into Cat Girls as well after eating strange fruit in the Feast.
  • 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.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: After seasons and seasons of suffering under Markus, she was finally freed by the other nominators, and she got 2nd Place along with her friends in Season 190. While it's unknown if she was cloned or if it really was the same Sayaka who was rescued, 6k1 and Dave still believe that she deserved the Podium Finish after everything she went through.
  • 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.

Reboot Sayaka

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Artist: u.u
Headcanon voice: Eri Kitamura (Japanese), Sarah Williams (English)
Sayaka Miki from the Reboot, she is a separate entity not related to Prototype Sayaka and is free from Scientist Hassel's influence. However, he sometimes nominates her in order to gather combat data from her.

Billy and His Group

    Billy Ledger 
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First CVG appearance: Post 315
First ASAS appearance: Post 1

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. It also has the ability to calculate possibilities.
  • First-Name Basis: He just goes by Billy, though he revealed his last name to Zeitraum, the leader of the Heroes' Collective of Kendor. It's not revealed to the audience, however.
  • Fisher Kingdom: Like Ichi and 6k1, he can defy this with a ring that protects him from transforming upon entry in certain worlds like the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon World for Scipion's party. He can toggle it off anytime if he needs to.
  • Honest Corporate Executive: Treats the workers in his corporation with respect, rather than exploiting them. He is even stated to support worker's rights.
  • Killed Off for Real: Died while fighting Blackblood in the latter's Pocket Dimension during their final confrontation. His soul was completely destroyed by the powerful spells they cast on each other.
  • 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.
  • Not So Above It All: Until Paylor legalized it after Reboot Season 118, Billy had been secretly bribing Julius to keep his tributes' Arena-acquired powers for personal reasons. He's not above occasionally practicing questionable business tactics even if he mellowed out from his ruthless management in his early days as CEO.
  • Ripple Effect-Proof Memory: He has a Magitek charm that protects him and anyone nearby from the effects of Ret-Gonning, allowing him to retain his memories of the victims.
  • Shout-Out: His Stand is named after an album by the rock band Muse.
  • The Stoic: One of the more serious nominators, he often doesn't react strongly to unusual events.
    George Bluepath 
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One of Billy's most loyal servants. He was the first one introduced, and is depicted as being stronger than the other servant, Kayla. However, he was once a muggle before gaining magic from his tutelage under Arvald.

  • Affectionate Nickname: "Path", by Kayla.
  • Foil: To George. Both of them are servants of Billy who are skilled in Magitek, but George was a muggle who acquired magical powers while Kayla was born with them.
  • Relationship Upgrade: With his co-worker Kayla, as they have gotten closer ever since their first day working for Billy.
    Kayla Farway 
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One of Billy's most loyal servants. She was the last one introduced, and is depicted as being weaker than the other servant, George. However, she was a magic user since birth, with an affinity for spatial and dimensional magic.

  • Affectionate Nickname: "Way", by George.
  • Foil: To George. Both of them are servants of Billy who are skilled in Magitek, but Kayla was born with magical powers while George was a muggle who acquired them.
  • Relationship Upgrade: With her co-worker George, as they have gotten closer ever since their first day working for Billy.
    Chris Manshine 
One of Billy's room heads in the mansion. He is a human-like android who leads the Design Room, which is responsible for designing Billy's devices, as well as those of his allies.

  • Gadgeteer Genius: The Mansion's resident technician who builds all the gadgets Billy and his allies need.

Bale's Base

    Vengeful Bale 
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First CVG Appearance: Post 59
First ASAS appearance: Post 19
Headcanon Voice: Gael García Bernal
A nominator who secretly created the Legion of Doom, and a friend of 6K1, Dave and other nominators. He tends to be a little disassociated with the other Nominators' adventures but occasionally steps in to help them.
  • 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. Though doesn't intend for it to be a legitimate threat at large.
  • Affectionate Nickname: Scips for Scipion, GC for Gamechanger, and Sixie for 6k1. For his crew, MD for Mini-Deadpool, MG for Mr. Godzilla, Daff for Daffy and Xochs for Xochi.
  • Animal Motifs: He has an iguana as one of his closest companions and his Pokémon form's a Krookodile, so it's no mistake that reptiles are his favorite animals.
  • The Atoner: Worked towards fixing his mistake with the Legion. Training to be able to defeat them. After succeeding, he continues apologizing for his mistake.
  • Benevolent Boss: As long as his assistants do a good job, Bale will treat them nicely. He also tries to be as kind as he can to tributes he nominates.
  • Bio-Augmentation: He's a biologist who learned advanced techniques from a mysterious alien. Or so he believes.
  • Brought Down to Badass: Alien Zetton Zoffy says this as much, while Bale lost his machines and gadgets that gave him power, his inner power is far stronger and all he needs is training to bring it out.
  • Butt-Monkey: During the first 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.
  • The Corruption: Mr. Mind stabbed him in the back with the dark crystal ???'s Legion buried in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon World, corrupting him into a Skullcrawler during his fight with Giorno Giovanna. This prompted Meta Knight to forfeit his match with Bow to help save Bale, and the other guests helped in removing the crystal from his body and turn him to back to normal.
  • Dark Secret: He's the same Bale that acted as the Big Bad in the original 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.
  • Dimensional Traveler: Comes from a different Universe/dimension to the main one. And has a portal machine that allows him to travel to other dimensions and worlds.
  • Distressed Dude: Ends up being captured by the Legion of Doom towards the end of Reboot Season 92.
    • He is "rescued" later on by Freyja, until the Fireblight Ganon who hired her to get him is satisfied with his rescue and lets him go.
  • Enemy Mine: 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. Though Downplayed as they weren't enemies before the 6K1 incident, but even then he didn't have much of a positive opinion of Scipion.
  • Epic Fail: Turns out he only organized the Legions of Doom and Justice so that the latter will defeat the other in Season 41, only for it to backfire.
  • Everyone Has Standards:
    • Even he was shaken by the experiences Tuxedo Meta Knight went through and vowed to never nominate him again. This event also eventually influenced him to nominate fewer heroes and innocent people for the Games.
    • 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.
  • "Freaky Friday" Flip: With Meta Knight during June's cheer-up party for Stanford.
  • 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.
  • Homeless Hero: After the Legion is beaten, he winds up as this due to his base being previously raided and destroyed by them, though Dave is cordial enough to give him a temporary home while his base is repaired.
  • Hypocrite: Criticizes Scipion for almost killing 6K1 and showed contempt for him being a remorseless serial killer, yet his creation of the Legion shows that he's not much better than the bloodthirsty Nominator.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: Does this to tributes he nominates, once the Season ends and he's revived them), in order to prevent them from being too traumatized by what they go through. Villains (Particularly vile ones) are excluded, however.
  • Moral Myopia: Averted. His creation of the Legion might make him out to look like a complete Hypocrite when criticizing Scipion, but he didn't intend to make them harm people and worked directly towards fixing his mistake.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: After his actions result in Diny's death. He ends up remorseful over creating it and tries to exile himself to an unknown planet to die, only for Giegue and Mewtwo to encourage him to directly make up for his mistakes.
  • Mysterious Benefactor: To the Legion of Doom during it's creation at least.
  • 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 in their time of need. When the Legion of Doom began to wreck havoc and even caused the death of Diny via destroying his Universe he took actions to stop them.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: As the one who created the Legion of Doom he's entirely responsible for their current threat, despite him only organizing them for a sound defeat at Season 41. Which backfired thanks to the Legion of Justice dying early and Valecor's efforts. He made sure to fix this mistake by assisting the heroes fighting them.
  • Only Sane Man: Pretty much the sanest member of his regular crew, sans Xochi. Though it's no longer the case in Another Side Another Story, when Mr. Godzilla is Dumbass No More.
  • OOC 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.
    • Later, he furiously ends his alliance with Scipion, due to the latter nearly killing 6K1.
  • Out of the Frying Pan: Escapes his predictaments with the LOD and Freyja... Only to wind up having to hide from Red King with Pigmon's help in another World until the Ultraman of that world rescues him.
  • Powered Armor: Obtains one from Alien Zetton Zoffy to help control his powers when he fights the Legion. It's based on Z (Zetto) from the Ultra Series.
  • 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. He came back near the end of Season 90.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Delivers a scathing one to Scipion during the fight with the Legion, after reluctantly letting him kill Tabby to free her from the Nightmare Fuel's influence.
  • Shapeshifter Default Form: He retains a humanoid form when not fighting.
  • Summon Magic: One of his abilities involves summoning copies of other beings to assist him in a fight.
    • In the first Voidlands arc, he summons copies of all past Kamen Rider and Super Sentai teams to defeat an Eldritch Version of God. He lost this ability after the destruction of his base and his gadgets.
  • Supreme Chef: He's a well versed cook, going as far as cooking all the food at the 4th Nominator's Party.
  • Tempting Fate: He claimed that there would be no problem with his formation of the Legion of Doom, believing that the heroes would outlive them... Only for them to not do it.
  • 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.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Can morph his form voluntarily, such as changing into a dragon or modifying his body parts into weapons.
    Mr. Godzilla 
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"Idiots"

First CVG Appearance: Post 485
First ASAS appearance: Post 19
Headcanon Voice: John Dimaggio

Once Bale's pet green iguana, he is nowadays one of his main assistants who lives with him in his base. He is in charge of nominating tributes whenever Bale is incapable of doing so.


  • Amplified Animal Aptitude: Due to being bio-augmented.
  • Dumbass No More: By the time of ASAS he's evolved into the smarter foil to Mini-Deadpool.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Tends to tolerate most of Bale's actions, but even he is worried about the possibility of the Legion of Doom backfiring on him.
  • 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.
  • Lovable Lizard: A green iguana who's friendly to people he's familiar with.
  • Mook Maker: Can create duplicates of beings with a special type of saliva from his body. They're not particularly durable and he rarely uses it for this reason.
  • Only Sane Man: Becomes this in ASAS being far more lucid than most of Bale's crew is.
  • Put on a Bus: Accompanied Bale on his temporary dimension trip after Season 87. He came back alongside him in Season 90.
  • Those Two Guys: With Mini-Deadpool.
    Mini-Deadpool 
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First CVG Appearance: Post 1435
First ASAS appearance: Post 19
Headcanon Voice: Billy Crystal
A small plushie version of the eponymous comic book character, he assists Bale with managing things outside of his base. He also assists Mr. Godzilla in nominating tributes when Bale's unavailable.
  • Expy: Begins developing into one of Daffy Duck (Under the personality given to him by Bob Clampett)
  • 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.

    Diny 
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"Hello there, how's your day going?"

First ASAS Apperance: Post 142
Headcanon Voice: Jaime Camil

An Hydreigon belonging to Bale and his ace Pokemon. Unlike what it's usually expected from his kind, he is peaceful and passive, only fighting when needs to.


  • The Ace: Of Bale's Pokemon Team.
  • Face of a Thug: Looks every bit as scary as any Hydreigon but he is a Nice Guy.
  • Foil: To Cerberus. Cerberus is a near-mindless savage Pokemon that follows Clyde's orders without hesitation, whereas Diny is kind, nice and knows how to talk.
  • Talking Animal: Learned to speak at some point before Bale caught him.
    X0-K 1 
First CVG Appearance: Post 2161
A small robot that serves as one of Bale's assistants, he is mostly occupied with handling the technological functions and systems of the base. He is also known as Xochi.
  • Disney Death: Gets shut down by the Legion of Doom during their raid on Bale's base but is repaired by Ichigo.
  • Out of Focus: Due to his job, he rarely comes out of his station save to check on possible threats or on co-worker's problems.
     Daffy Duck 
First ASAS Appearance: Post 2542 (Mentioned and non-speaking appearance)
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Wohoo!
The crazy, darn fool duck. While he didn't become a Podium Finisher when he was nominated, he impressed Bale with his performance in the Season, and therefore was able to become one of his regulars. He is the most recent member to join in on Bale's crew (somewhat)
  • Composite Character: Is mostly based on the "Screwball" persona of Bob Clampett's run, but has some shades of his Chuck Jones personality such as his greed and ego, better demonstrated when he showcased cartoons staring him at Bale's Base Party, and entered a game solely to win money.
  • Jerkass: Don't be mistaken. He's NOT a nice person at all. Even if he's rather subdued.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: Explains to Bale that his murderous streak in Reboot Season 103 was a result of him being nominated into the Games and ultimately having to adapt to the death games to try and survive. Ultimately, he calms down considerably once he is revived and becomes one of Bale's crew members.
  • Victory Is Boring: Quits midway through the Smash Duel he had with Scipion, which he was winning, due to growing bored of it being a game where you solely fight to win and nothing else due to viewing it as "too easy".

Tabby's Base

    General 

    Tabby 
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First CVG appearance: Post 37
First ASAS appearance: Post 17
Headcanon Voice: Peko Pekoyama

A nominator who hails from District 3 and has her own individual goals and morality from the others. She's an engineer and mage who can copy powers from others and leads a group of some of her tributes.

  • AB Negative: The Capitol Hospital staff had a hard time finding the right blood type for her transfusion after her battle in the CORE because hers is Type O-.
  • Abusive Parents: In her backstory, she had parents who isolated her from the outside world and was happy that they died during the Great Destruction.
  • A-Cup Angst: She wished she had Noire's D-Cups and even played with them while making out with her.
  • Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: Played With, She starts off like this and then allies with Billy and the other nominators.
  • Alternate Self:
    • She has a Magical Girl counterpart from another timeline. It was her OT self, and she made a contract with Kyubey to become one to fulfill her wish to be accepted among her peers.
    • She also has a more attractive version of herself living in the Delta timeline, whose shadow was made into Noire by Akumo. This Tabby doesn't like Delta Billy because she finds him annoying.
  • Animal Motifs: Cats. Her name is a breed of cat and her power copying makes her a copycat.
  • Anti-Hero: Lacks a lot of heroic qualities and sometimes acts like a jerk when things don't go her way.
  • Author Avatar: Of Tabby Girl 4.
  • Ascended Extra: Had a rather small role in Convergence as she only had a key role in the first Voidlands Arc. Her role in ASAS is much expanded to make her a major recurring character.
  • Badass in Distress: For the Majority of the Legion of Doom Arc after being held captive by Akumo.
  • Baleful Polymorph: Transformed into a Meowstic upon accidentally going to the Mystery Dungeon World.
  • Berserk Button: She has multiple trigger points including:
    • Hates being Rickrolled, and she fell for it twice: once during GC's sparring match with Scipion, and again before her own match with 6k1.
    • Lay one finger on or threaten Pecan and Tabby will give you a world of hurt.
  • Bitch Understudy: A nominator who actively plans on overthrowing Snow and the Capitol with the Mew Aqua prototype she has.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Under the influence of Noire's parasite and Nightmare Fuel during the Multiversal War. She even tries to murder Bale but it backfires horribly for her.
  • 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 of 2019. She even took a more active role after her bus trip.
  • Butch Lesbian: She appears to have an attraction to women and has a masculine appearance.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Mysteriously disappeared after the discussion for the 2nd Voidlands trip and was last seen celebrating Christmas with Noire.
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: Slowly warms up to the other nominators during the first Voidlands trip.
  • Demonic Possession: During Billy's 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.
  • Distracted by the Sexy: Tried warding off Noire when she infiltrated Winter's End, only to admire her voluptuous body and make out with her.
  • Do Not Call Me "Paul": Hates being called by her birth name "Nora" because it gives her flashbacks to her abusive childhood.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: Absolutely hates it when Morgan or any significant others call her "Tabbitch". She also hates being called Affectionate Nicknames and would rather be called "Tabbitch" over those.
  • Emotionless Girl: Downplayed as she never shows her positive emotions to others besides the nominators and Pecan as she has sacrificed her hope in a spell to create her.
  • First-Name Basis: Her last name is Walker but everyone, even Ally, just calls her Tabby.
  • Foil: To 6k1 as they both wear purple and are into building technology and nominating in the Games. 6k1 is heroic, kind and loved by all while Tabby is antiheroic, rude, and more of an outsider. Also, 6k1 doesn't mind being called by her real name while Tabby hates being deadnamed.
  • Friendly Rivalry: With 6k1 as she sees her as a Worthy Opponent.
  • The Gadfly: She normally teases her enemies for the lulz in ASAS.
  • Gamer Chick: Revealed to be one during Bale's party for her extensive knowledge on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
  • Genius Ditz: Makes a lot of little mistakes with big consequences a lot despite her intelligence.
  • Graceful Loser: While she's disappointed that she hasn't gotten a Hall of Famer for a long time, she accepts her losing streak, patiently waiting for it to end. The losing streak finally ended during S105 when Gumi got 1st Place.
  • Headphones Equal Isolation: Wears headphones to block out distractions and increases focus for her.
  • Height Angst: Is 5' 4" and claims that everyone else around her is tall.
  • Hollywood Tone-Deaf: Her singing voice sounds like scratching fine china with a fork.
  • I Just Want to Be You!: The reason of her jealousy of 6k1 as she wishes she could be just as liked as her.
  • Incompatible Orientation: Had some romantic feelings for 6k1 and tried to flirt with her but kind of stopped after she learned she was straight. The other reason she backed off was that 6k1 was much older than her.
  • Involuntary Shapeshifting: Accidentally transformed into 6k1 while trying to power-up her rapier when fighting Porky Minch's army. She presumably got Noire's shapeshifting powers transferred to her after she touched her.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She is a rude and blunt person but she secretly cares for those around her.
  • The Knights Who Say "Squee!": Has looked up to the rest of the nominators her whole life and was ecstatic to become one given her admiration to 6k1.
  • Lady Swears-a-Lot: She really has a bad mouth and goes into swearing fits when she's angry.
  • The Leader: Is the one in charge of her group.
  • Make-Out Kids: Ever since hooking up with Noire, she can't stop kissing her in public, much to 6k1's discomfort.
  • Multicolored Hair: Her brown hair has purple highlights at its tips.
  • Must Have Caffeine: While it's not coffee, Tabby does drink a lot of soda in order to function correctly.
  • Power Copying: Her main ability and can also transfer powers to others. The powers she copies are weaker than the original recipient.
  • Purple Is Powerful: She wears purple and knows light and darkness spells.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue to Pecan's red.
  • Royal Rapier: Her Weapon of Choice, which she used to spar with 6k1 at Kendor. Subverted since she lacks the class that most rapier wielders have.
  • Rude Hero, Nice Sidekick: The Rude Hero to Pecan's Nice Sidekick.
  • Self-Harm: She used to cut herself when she was 14, and she has been free from it for one-and-a-half years.
  • Screw Yourself: Doesn't mind doing it with a clone of herself and eventually hooked up with Noire, who's a shadow clone of her Alternate Self.
  • Spider-Sense: She gets headaches when she senses something dangerous is going to happen.
  • Thinking Up Portals: She can summon portals to go to any universe she wants, but the destination is random.
  • Thinks Like a Romance Novel: She thinks kissing someone to wake them up would work just like in fairytales, much to Parallel Pecan and 6k1's chagrins.
  • Tomboyish Ponytail: She sports a ponytail and is one of the tomboyish nominators.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Tomboy to 6k1's Girly Girl.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Despite her rough exterior, she like a lot of cute things.
  • Unmanly Secret: A Rare Female Example, she secretly listens to future bass.

    Pecan 
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First ASAS appearance: Post 17
Headcanon Voice: Tiff

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.

     Dark Pecan/Parallel Pecan 

The Dark Counterpart of Pecan who served under Dark Tabby until she realized how wrong she has been treated by her. Now she has fled to the Nominator's side and is now a good ally to Tabby and her base.

Eldraseen and Co.

    Eldraseen/Eredars 
Originally known as Eredars until Gamechanger's funeral, when he decided to go back to being called as such, after the events of the Original Timeline, and after being revived from being killed by Carlos' dad in Reboot Season 52, he decided to live inside his underground residence and reinforce it, cutting off his access to all others apart from 6k1 and his own tributes via his tablet.
  • Imaginary Friend: He sees the puppets he created and tells stories to as these.
  • Mad Scientist: He has a secret lab in his bunker.
  • 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.

    Galis Runkals (Convergence/ASAS Version) 
A Highlander Hyur who has found herself dragged into the hijinks that happen in Panem via Eldraseen nominating her.

The Stellar Associates

    Mr. Star 
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First CVG appearance: Post 1948
First ASAS Appearance: Post 12

One of the nominators, he's the laid-back guardian of a space palace. He belongs to a species of creatures made out of space energy, who spend much of their lives traveling the universe.


  • Animal Motifs: Sea creatures in general, since some of his transport are designed after them. Even his palace looked like a whale before he remodeled it.
  • Beam Spam: Can shoot lasers made of Star Energy from his star antenna.
  • Cool Starship:
    • One of his many transports is the Spacepod, where his tributes from the Kirby Universe travel across universes in. It has a dining room, a library with books from Star Angel Palace, and bedrooms for Magolor's crew and some guests.
    • Another ship of his is the R-Mobile. It's designed after Reimu Hakure, and it can fly through air and space at Super Speed and shoot energy bullets from its eyes and mouth.
  • Cosmic Motifs: He's a cubic star being who's made of space energy, and a lot of his properties have stars on them.
  • Mellow Fellow: He's a laid-back nominator who wants to know more about the others and is good friends with 6k1.
  • Our Angels Are Different: He and his mother resemble Biblical angels, and he hatched from an egg spawned by her.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: He assigned a creature to disguise themself as him and observe the nominators during the 2nd Reboot Nominator Games (Season 100). 6k1 and Power weren't fooled by the costume, which was just a cardboard box painted to look like him.
  • Seen It All: Is so used to massive group tributes he's not as shocked by them as the other nominators.
  • Star Power: His powers come from the Star Energy inside him.
  • Stellar Name: Mr. Star, is well, a star being.
  • Telepathy: He can mentally communicate with other nominators with his antenna.
  • The Watson: Often asks 6k1 questions about what's going on with her life, prompting her to recap recent events.

The Museum

    Hazemaster 

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Y'know, the Hunger Games are kinda strange: Regardless of your alignment, powers and status, you can kill literally anyone and anything. A trash can can decapitate a god. Family members can brutally murder each other and Omnipotent deities can die by banana peels.

First ASAS appearance: Post 1800
A fun-loving nominator who doesn’t really know what atrocities happened in the games for the most part.

     The Monochromatic Underchomps 
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Left to Right: Grayson, Snowflake and Charcoal.
First ASAS Appearance: Post 2602
Dummied Out Monochromatic versions of the Underchomps from Super Paper Mario who serve as Hazemaster's pets.

Eye-Sicle's Lair

    Eye-Sicle 
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First ASAS appearance: Post 3442
A polar bear who is the "official" nominator of the location but has currently interacted little with the other nominators. He is the nemesis of Miss Ball, one of the people he forced Stanford to summon.

  • Accidental Murder: Accidentally used dynamite for Starfall's birthday candles in the 4th Reboot Nominator Games (Season 200).
  • Affably Evil: Although Eye-Sicle is a known villain in his homeworld, he's perfectly congenial with if not outright friendly to the other nominators (to the point that he resuscitates Artsy Geek at the beginning of Season 150), occasionally treats tributes respectfully if they had a really bad time in a season (such as Snap during Season 142), and doesn't bother Stanford's companions unless he's really cheesed off. Whether he's Faux Affably Evil at all or his affableness is the result of Pragmatic Villainy is yet to be seen.
  • Anti-Villain: His Arch-Enemy Miss Ball thought he'd be a threat to Panem like he was back in Granger, but he ended up caring for her friends and the other nominators in his new career as nominator.
  • Bears Are Bad News: Would have to be, given that he is reportedly a known trouble-maker in his home world. Even his Pokémon form is a menacing polar bear: Beartic.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: He may be an evil polar bear who nominates his tributes mostly for his amusement, but he would never stoop as low as Timewrecker and destroy the Multiverse out of petty revenge. He also draws the line at killing innocent families in cold blood.
  • Eye Beams: Is stated to have a laser sight replacing one eye.
  • "Freaky Friday" Flip: With Miss Ball during June's cheer-up party for Stanford. He had to change to a tux because he didn't like wearing her superhero suit.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: In S132, one of the tributes Eye-Sicle summoned was the Zeeky H. Bomb. After defeating its face-turned fellow tribute Fooby, the bomb then turned around and did what it does best right next to Eye-Sicle himself, rendering Eye-Sicle to have to be revived back at his lair.
  • Laughably Evil: His grumpy attitude is offset by the hilarious mishaps he or his tributes get into, to his frustration.
  • Morphic Resonance: He keeps his laser eye even as a Beartic.
  • Off with His Head!: Was beheaded by Routeferret in the 3rd Reboot Nominator Games (Season 150), who then used his neck as a toilet.
  • Other Me Annoys Me: He doesn't like the concept of having more than one version of himself existing in the Multiverse, unaware that there are at least two, particularly a Gender Flipped version called Polar Vortex and a "Dark" version who's implied to be submissive to Stanford's Evil Counterpart. He even got annoyed by his own clone named Bisicle, which he had Stanford summon to protect himself from tribute attacks.
  • Pyrrhic Victory: Eye-Sicle ended up not only placing second in the 4th Reboot Nominator Games, but was one of several tributes who qualified for the next Death Battle. However, he did this while stuck in Miss Ball's body after a "Freaky Friday" Flipnote , meaning he would be forced to have to transform into Miss Ball once again for both seasons. He takes the realization about as well as you'd expect.
  • Then Let Me Be Evil: He only became a villain because he felt obligated to when people feared him after he was struck by the meteor that gave him sapience.
  • Uplifted Animal: He was once an ordinary polar bear in Granger Zoo until the meteor struck him and granted him sapience.
  • Villain Team-Up: Reluctantly with Dark Ichi in the 3rd Reboot Nominator Games, if only to maintain his reputation.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Is revealed to be afraid of heights in the 4th Reboot Nominator Games when Scipionnote  dragged him along for skydiving. Eye-Siclenote  was miffed and ripped a hole in Scipion's parachute bag before dropping him off.

    Stanford Stokes 
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First ASAS appearance: Post 3442

A small bipedal arctic fox professor who does the bulk of interacting with other nominators and tributes in Eye-Sicle's stead, including the tributes pulled in by Eye-Sicle. Is currently working for Eye-Sicle under duress.

  • Alternate Self: There are many versions of himself across the Multiverse. One of them is his Evil Counterpart, who had captured the other versions in his lair to atomize them and absorb their essence so he can become the only Stanford in the Multiverse.
  • Fantastic Foxes: A fox smart enough to create very large contraptions, including the one Eye-Sicle uses to summon potential tributes. Also, his Pokémon form's a white-furred Braixen.
  • Forced into Evil: Stanford is a perfectly friendly character who only works under Eye-Sicle under threat of harm to his friends back in his homeworld.
  • Heroic BSoD: The quest to SR388 left him very shaken up afterward due to him becoming aware of the atrocities committed by Dark Stanford in the worst possible way, along with he and Eye-Sicle nearly being killed and replaced by a maleovolent X Parasite. Stanford is so shaken up that even Scipion and Eye-Sicle are both sympathetic to him and insist he take time to mentally recuperate from the experience.
  • Shorter Means Smarter: Is the shortest person in his group, standing at a paltry 2'10''.
  • Transformation Trinket: He fashioned himself a bowtie that scans the target and transforms him into their species, but its time limit gets shorter the bigger his new form is. It's loosely based on the Omnitrix, and he can currently transform into an Artisan dragon, a shark, or a bull with it.
  • Uplifted Animal: It's ambiguous whether Stanford is this, as Eye-Sicle and Miss Ball are, as he comes from the same world as them but mentions living in a town full of funny animal arctic foxes like himself.

    Miss Ball 
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First ASAS appearance: Post 3442

A super-powered seal from the town of Granger (where Eye-Sicle is also from). The same meteor that gave Eye-Sicle his abilities also gave her the ability to spawn beach balls with varying properties out of thin air.

  • All Girls Like Ponies: Was excited to see Fluttershy, Big Mac and Power Stroke at Scipion's party, having watched their show back in Granger. She also got excited when she turned into a unicorn upon going to Equestria to hang out with Power at Las Pegasus.
  • Arch-Enemy: With Eye-Sicle.
  • Brother–Sister Team: She was adopted by Jared as his sister when he was seven and they have been inseparable ever since.
  • The Bus Came Back: Returned from fighting the supervillain in Granger to attend Scipion's party at the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon World.
  • "Freaky Friday" Flip: With Eye-Sicle during June's cheer-up party for Stanford. She had to dress up like a Hawaiian-Shirted Tourist because she didn't like wearing his tux.
  • Hot-Blooded: Miss Ball is always looking for a fight, to the point of immediately passing up going to Hazemaster's Halloween party to go on a potentially dangerous mission to find the Greens and the Plantars.
  • Put on a Bus: After hearing about the 2nd Voidlands trip from the team, who had the discussion about it with the other nominators at the Library, she had to return to Granger due to a supervillain capturing the heroes back there, with Jared assuring her that he'd keep her up-to-date with what's going on in Panem. This is because her player wasn't sure of what to do with her after playing as her for a while but still wanted to keep Jared on the team.
  • Sweet Seal: Despite her Hot-Blooded nature, Miss Ball is a good-natured (if mildly pompous) individual. Even her Pokémon form is a seal: Brionne.
  • Tailfin Walking: She typically walks on her flippers.
  • Uplifted Animal: Miss Ball was a normal seal until struck by the same meteor that turned Eye-Sicle into what he now is.
  • Weaponized Ball: She can summon beach balls with varying properties such as explosiveness and throw them at her enemies.

    Jared Spivey 
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First ASAS appearance: Post 3442

Miss Ball's long-time human companion since before she gained her powers. Level-headed and a tad bit neurotic, Jared would normally serve as Ball's mission control back in Granger.

  • Almighty Janitor: Jared, a grocery store clerk who is very handy with held weapons (like his upgraded grocery store scanner-laser gun).
  • Arbitrary Skepticism: Often questions the absurdity of the Games despite living with a talking seal since childhood.
  • Badass Normal: Unlike the other members of the squad, Jared lacks any physical superpowers or abilities, but he's still capable of holding his own with his grocery scanner gun.
  • Brother–Sister Team: He adopted Miss Ball as his sister when he was seven and they have been inseparable ever since.
  • Mission Control: Served as this for Miss Ball during missions back in Granger.
  • Only Sane Man: On top of being the only human, he is also probably the most normal and level-headed of Stanford's companions next to Cleo.
  • Pegasus: His Equestrian form is a blue pegasus with a laptop cutie mark.
  • Playful Otter: His Pokémon form is an Oshawott.
  • Token Human: To date, Jared is the only human in a group that otherwise consists entirely of Funny Animals.

    Cleo 
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First ASAS appearance: Post 3442

Cleo is a tall dragon with psychokinetic abilities from the island village of Scale Cove in the setting of We Are All Pirates' Revenge. She is the brains of the group and one of the more level-headed ones as well.

  • Broad Strokes: Cleo's role in HGS is entirely non-canon to her play-by-post thread of origin, though some events in the thread (such as her destiny as chief over Scale Cove) are alluded to at times.
  • The Comically Serious: While not a total stick-in-the-mud (she does wear a costume at Hazemaster's Halloween party), Cleo's demeanor is overall fairly stoic and she dryly reacts to most things that happen to her. Not so much when she gets distressed, like when she found herself in a funhouse room that simulated the ocean, causing her to lose control of her magic and switch bodies with Wanda.
  • Damn You, Muscle Memory!: She's so used to her usual Psychic Powers that she often forgets she can't use them as a Dragonite.
  • "Freaky Friday" Flip: When she's distressed or uses her Psychic Powers to the max, she activates an extremely powerful spell called "Soulstorm", which can lift souls out of everyone within range and transfer them to other bodies. Due to how dangerous it is because excessive use can kill the user and leave everyone swapped forever, she was warned against using it, but she got triggered when she and Wanda entered a room in the June clones' funhouse that simulated the ocean. She lost control of her magic and accidentally switched her and Wanda's souls around.
  • Hypnotic Eyes: She can hypnotize others into thinking they're something they're not by staring into their eyes.
  • Mind over Matter: Cleo's species of dragon has very powerful psychokinetic abilities.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: On top of her psychic abilities, Cleo has soft, rubbery skin instead of hard scales, making her a bit of a Glass Cannon who must rely on her own abilities to keep adversaries from physically attacking her. Additionally, her Pokémon form is a Dragonite.
  • Perpetual Frowner: Given her stoicism, she's rarely seen smiling, and when she does, it's only a small one.
  • Spock Speak: Cleo typically speaks in a very formal manner and does not use contractions. So used to speaking this way is she that when she swaps bodies with Wanda and she and Wanda are forced to pose as each other in front of the others, Cleo struggles to speak like Wanda more than Wanda struggles to speak like Cleo.
    "Yes-Yeah! WE'RE good. DoN'T worry about us! (Heaven help me, I cannot speak this way.)"
  • Voices Are Not Mental: When she switched bodies with Wanda, her deep, monotone voice and formal way of speaking didn't transfer to her new body, so Cleo sounded like Wanda while Wanda sounded like Cleo.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: She's afraid of the ocean and any sea monsters living in it because she saw her friend being eaten by one in one of her expeditions. She got traumatized again when she ended up in a funhouse room that the ocean it.

    Wanda Banks 
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First ASAS appearance: Post 3442

A magical T. Rex with a variety of abilities she inherited from her parents. She's a snarky, plucky, but still altogether good-natured and outgoing dinosaur who is still learning about what she is capable of.

    June 
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First ASAS appearance: Post 3442

A hyperactive Zoroark hailing from the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon-esque world featured in We Have All Become Pokémon.

  • All of the Other Reindeer: She was bullied in school for her interest in woodwork and sports.
  • Adaptational Badass: June fights very little in her thread of origin (in fact, it's implied several times in WHABP that she has little to no real battling knowledge at all), considering herself more of an entertainer than a fighter. In HGS, however, she is a competent enough battler to be able to hold her own in a battle and even gives advice to the others about their Pokémon forms when they visit the PMD-verse. Her player felt that this was necessary so that June wouldn't come off as The Load in any potential fights.
  • Broad Strokes: Like Cleo, June's role in the story isn't canon to We Have All Become Pokémon by any stretch of the imagination, outside of her relation to non-humanmons like her grandfather and siblings. It's suggested that she is from an Alternate Continuity without any of the WHABP humanmons, given she never acknowledges being around actual humans (like Jared or any of the human nominators) nor mentions any of the humanmons themselves.
  • Childhood Friends: With Wednesday, whom she sometimes calls by his birth name "Oscar". They bonded over their mutual interests in hobbies outside what is expected of their respective genders.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: She's a friendly Dark-type Pokémon in contrast to Scipion.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: She was once called "Looney Juney" back in elementary school.
  • Family Theme Naming: She and her sisters are named June, July, and August.
  • Foil: June is not the first Zoroark to be a part of the circle of nominators and their associates, with Scipion coming before her, but both Zoroarks are quickly shown to be each other's polar opposites, with Scipion being an Ax-Crazy Villain Protagonist and June being a cheerful Genki Girl. This is highlighted not long after June's debut at the Halloween party, where Scipion gleefully mocks his traumatized rival Aaron after Scipion's past self pretended to eat Aaron alive during a Halloween trick while June is just as horrified as everyone else afterward and is infuriated when Scipion mocks Aaron.
  • "Freaky Friday" Flip: With Scipion during her cheer-up party for Stanford, and she was just as uncomfortable as him with the gender swap.
  • Fun Personified: June has more-or-less made it her mission in life to make people smile and have fun and rarely exhibits any negative emotions, even in a place like Panem.
  • Identical Twin ID Tag: Among her clones, she's the only one wearing a purple bobble in her mane. Her sisters July and Augustnote also wear blue and green bobble, respectively to tell each other apart.
  • Me's a Crowd:
    • June has used her abilities as a Zoroark to create illusionary duplicates of herself, such as during her performance at Hazemaster's Halloween party. While she doesn't use them in battle often, she did so during the final battle at the Genetics Lab in SR388 to divert Knox's attention from Wednesday.
    • She used Stanford's cloning remote to create perfect duplicates of herself to help her prepare the lair for her Valentine's party, but Stanford reprimanded her for it because the stray clones made a mess. She profusely apologized for using his remote without permission, and with the help of the guests, she rounded up her clones and built a funhouse for them near the lair.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: The normally cheerful June breaks into tears when Dark Stanford remotely tortures Wednesday with his shrinking chamber for not returning to his lab on time.
  • Our Nudity Is Different: Since Pokémon don't need to wear clothes, she decides to go without them, only wearing the vest and hat that Power made for her at the park for special occasions.
  • Passionate Sports Girl: She used to be a sporty Zorua back in her childhood, but she was bullied in school for it.
  • Platonic Life-Partners: She's very close friends with Wednesday and couldn't bear to see him in danger.
  • The Pollyanna: June is able to (mostly) keep a stiff upper-lip despite being separated from her old friends and family (though in that case it helps that she's already aware that she can easily return to them whenever she wants) and witnessing such things as Giegue losing control and becoming Gigyas at the Neon Quarters.
  • Psychic Link: Established one with Wednesday by undergoing Persephone's ritual, which connected their souls and by extension, their minds.
  • Raised by Grandparents: She and her sisters were raised by their grandfather Darnell since they were babies.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Besides using illusions, she can disguise herself by changing her form as a Changeling.

    Kenny 
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First ASAS appearance: Post 3442

A pronghorn vagabond from a Wild West setting. Before being drawn into Panem, Kenny would wander around his world looking for problems to solve. His easy-going, laid-back demeanor is contrasted heavily by his ability to run extremely fast.

  • Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: Wears a ten-gallon hat and a cowboy belt. He gains a pair of goggles following Eye-Sicle's attempted vacation to the world of Rankin/Bass Christmas specials.
  • Birds of a Feather: One-sided example: He bonded with Heidi over their Super Speed during her mission to rescue her twin sister Holly, and Heidi developed a crush on him after he left New Durango.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: His family farm was burned down by a horde of bandits, and their leader, Knox, hung him by the legs from a support beam on his house. Kenny's childhood fear of fire was triggered and he thought he would be unable to escape, but thankfully Joaquin defied the horde and rescued him, and they became friends ever since.
  • The Drifter: With no real place to call home, Kenny would typically wander from town to town in his homeworld, looking for anyone he could help.
  • "Freaky Friday" Flip: With Plessie during June's cheer-up party for Stanford. Since they didn't swap voices, Kenny was rendered unable to speak properly and needed Plessie to translate his speech for the others.
  • Identical Twin ID Tag: When he requested to be cloned for Reboot Season 185, his duplicate is missing the stripes on his neck.
  • Mellow Fellow: Seldom breaks from his chilled-out, laid-back demeanor. To date, the only times it has ever started to slip was during the fight at the Neon Quarters, whenever he gets too close to fire, and when Joaquin went on a rampage in his Alebrije form and threw him out of the hospital during the thief chase.
  • Super Speed: Kenny's main ability. His top running speed is 125 mph.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: He's pyrophobic, which stemmed from a traumatic childhood event when he was trapped in his family's burning farm until his neighbor rescued him. While he's presently trying to cope with it, he can't even go near a campfire, and he ran away when Hermey's dentistry was set on fire by Knox's horde of bandits during Eye-Sicle's vacation. This fear gets exacerbated when he's an Accelgor, a Pokémon that's weak to fire.

    Joaquin 
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Click here  to see his alebrije form

First ASAS appearance: Post 3442

A gila monster friend of Kenny's who hails from the same world as him. Joaquin is cursed to become an alebrije at sunset every day. A generally upbeat fellow, Joaquin has since learned to live with it. Joaquin is a former member of a group of bandits from his homeworld known as the 'Brijes, who also become 'alebrijes at sundown.

  • Brought Down to Normal: When not an alebrije, Joaquin tends to rely on claw slashes and biting his enemies like a typical gila monster would.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: He first met Veena when they were nine years old and they fell in love with other growing up.
  • Cursed with Awesome: Joaquin has since come to terms with his curse and enjoys being able to fly and have Super Strength in alebrije form.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: He was kidnapped from his parents when he was a baby by Knox, the leader of a horde of bandits, and was raised by him for 19 years. Knox laid the Alebrije Touch on him and taught him to disrupt people's lives, but he defied them and rescued Kenny from them instead. Joaquin and Kenny became friends ever since, but the former still worries about his parents in the present, unaware that they died before he was kidnapped.
  • For Halloween, I Am Going as Myself: Joaquin's alebrije form makes him coming up with a costume idea for Hazemaster's party a non-issue, as he just shows up in his altered form.
  • "Freaky Friday" Flip: With Veena during June's cheer-up party for Stanford.
  • Our Alebrijes Are Different: Joaquin turns into an alebrije at sunset due to the Alebrije Touch and is a normal gila monster by day. He can even transform into a full alebrije when he taps into his full power because he was the closest to the urn that contained Sticky when he opend it and unleashed the Touch from it.
  • Star-Crossed Lovers: Is Veena's long-lost boyfriend, and they can't be together because she's working for Dark Stanford.

    Kay's Group 

First ASAS appearance: Post 4015

A group of Mushroom Kingdom creatures who took up residence in an abandoned farm not far from Eye-Sicle's Lair, led by a blue Birdo named Kay and a white Yoshi named Tay. Other members of their group include Micro-Goomba Flea, Fire Piranha Plant Vincent, Rex Mitzi, and Sledge Bro. Moosey. She and the others first encounter Stanford's gang when the Greens and the Plantars briefly hide out with them from Chip and Grime. Afterward, Kay and the others move into the lair and begin interacting with tributes in Eye-Sicle and Stanford's stead when they aren't available at the lair, and occasionally going on adventures with the team.

Out of the group, Kay, Mitzi, and Vincent have participated in HGS seasons (S164, S171, and S180 respectively).

General Tropes

  • The Ghost: They often mention someone by the name of Kelby, who has to-date never appeared and whose relationship to the party is not known (thought it's implied that he was the original leader of their group). What is currently known about him so far is that he wasn't a Mushroom Kingdom native and had access to dimension-hopping technology (and is how Kay and the others ended up in Panem in the first place).
  • Mook–Face Turn:
    • Kay was originally a member of Wart's forces, though she was clearly a fundamentally good person who only did her job because she had to. As such, it didn't take Kay long to defect to Kelby and Tay's side when given the chance. She has since not only become one of their closest friends, but she and Tay are also a couple.
    • While Flea and Vincent have no stated affiliation with Bowser's army, Mitzi and Moosey were both training to join said army before going off on their own after becoming sick of bullying from other trainees (Mitzi for her ditzy, neurotic personality and clumsiness and Moosey for being a female Sledge Bro), which later lead to them meeting and joining Kay's group.

Kay

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  • Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: Along with her usual Birdo bow, Kay wears a necklace that was a gift to her by Tay shortly after her Heel–Face Turn prior to the events of ASAS. Unfortunately, it spontaneously explodes and is destroyed during her run in S164, which leaves her absolutely crushed until Tay tells her not to worry about it.
  • "Freaky Friday" Flip: With Roy Koopa during June's cheer-up party for Stanford.
  • Sneeze of Doom: Has a sneezing fit during her first visit to Eye-Sicle's Lair, causing a barrage of eggs to shoot out of her mouth and cover June in smashed eggs.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: In Reboot Season 164, Kay's necklace randomly exploded, taking her life. She was bummed after the season because it was a gift from Tay.
  • Valley Girl: She has, you know, some like serious shades of this, girl. Albeit mostly in her speech patterns.

Tay

  • Canon Character All Along: In a sense: He turns out to be his home universe's Stanford counterpart (and thus a potential target of Dark Stanford).
  • Mission Control: Being an alternate Stanford, he can watch over the lair and monitor missions whenever the original Stanford and/or Eye-Sicle is out.
  • Odd Name Out: Not counting Dark Stanford, he's one of the few alternate Stanfords so far whose name doesn't begin with "S", the other being Curry.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: His full name is Taylor, but his close friends just call him "Tay".
  • The Smart Guy: He easily understands how Stanford's inventions within Eye-Sicle's lair work. It turns out to be for good reason, as he is one of Stanford's many alternate universe counterparts.

Flea

  • The Baby of the Bunch: He's a child-like and very curious Micro-Goomba. Vincent is more-or-less a father figure to him.

Vincent

Mitzi

Moosey

    Team Bugtrio 

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From left to right: Henry, Tenn, and Shelley

First ASAS appearance: Post 4257 (Henry), Post 5255 (Shelley), Post 6881 (Tenn)

A Pokémon Rescue Team from June's PMD universe, consisting of Flygon Henry, Scizor Tenn, and Golisopod Shelley. After Henry is first met when trying to find the Greens and the Plantars, the Bugtrio become recurring allies of Stanford and the other nominators and also befriend fellow rescue team Fiery Blue Wings.

  • Contralto of Danger: The serious Tenn is revealed to have a deep feminine voice when she temporarily regained it by switching bodies with Henry.
  • Gentle Giant: Shelley is a Golisopod with the size and brutish appearance that being one entails, but she is a very soft-spoken and non-aggressive individual and often comes off as the voice of reason among the trio.
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: Henry wears a homemade tabbard embroidered with a giant H, while Tenn wears a violet tank top (though in the latter case, it's mostly to hide a scar she received from the injury that caused her to lose her voice).
  • Hypercompetent Sidekick: Both the girls have more common sense than Henry and help to keep him straight, though Tenn also has her moments of recklessness, leading to Shelley sometimes serving as this to them both.
  • Idiot Hero: Henry genuinely wants to help and protect people, but he's also not the sharpest tool in the shed, at one point getting completely lost in June's weird mirror maze, and later having to stop himself from pressing an unknown button in the industrial complex on SR388 and mistaking the Metroid Queen for an actual queen.
  • Large Ham: Henry gives James a run for his money in this regard.
  • Non-Indicative Name: Despite being called the Bugtrio, Henry isn't a Bug-type, but instead a Ground/Dragon-type. However, he looks like a bug, so he still fits the team name.
  • Torment by Annoyance: Henry's idea to escape the Queen Metroid when he and several others get captured by her on SR388, which James joins in on. It works, impressing everybody (especially Tenn).
  • The Speechless: A past injury rendered Tenn unable to speak, with her only spoken dialogue being in internal monologue. It's suggested that she would speak if she were able to, however, and when she ends up in Henry's body after all three of the Bugtrio experience a "Freaky Friday" Flip (courtesy of Swapper), she speaks quite a bit. She also doesn't mind losing her voice again when she was swapped back to normal, as she feels it wouldn't be the last time she'd regain it.

Cassie and Co.

Webking House

    Nominator Libre 
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First ASAS Appearance: Post 5194
The clone of Libre from Tropers: The Series. Lives at Jace's house (the Webking House). His nominator role hides the fact that in-universe, all tributes nominated by his Earth Prime counterpart simply get teleported from their originating works/universes into the Games at random. He feeds off of people's nightmares, and the result of that feeding manifests as tape cassettes.
  • Abstract Eater: He reveals in Scipion's party that he feeds off the nightmares his tributes experience. In actuality he feeds off the fear created as a result of the nightmares; therefore he can also feed off of fear sourced from events that're not nightmares.
  • Came Back Wrong: Zigzagged. Following his death in the third Reboot Nominator Games, he comes back to life with rapidly increased healing and a hunger for fear-based statements to record on tape recorders, essentially becoming an avatar of the Eye. On the other hand, he still retains his mind and body for the most part, and he's capable of speaking again.
  • Clone Degeneration: The cloning machine that made him busted his synth voicebox, rendering him mute until his death and subsequent resurrection in the Third Reboot Nominator Games. This is also why he asks 6k1 later on for stuff needed to make a Data Cloning device.
  • Dream Walker: He can exist in the dreams of other people (and even inanimate objects), observing them as a means of sustaining himself.
  • Fisher Kingdom: Whilst not possessing the equipment needed to protect himself from it, he nonetheless defies it whilst going into the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon World by going through an anti-transformation portal summoned by one of 6k1's scientists.
  • Flight: Capable of flying by ballooning with his web gun, which fires a triangular membrane of web that can be flown away by the wind and the earth's static electric field.
  • Projectile Webbing: He wields a web gun that's capable of firing either roped webbing that act like the ropes and hook of Grappling Hook Pistols, sticky webbing, or a gliding membrane that allows flight.
  • The Speechless: Ended up becoming this during the original Libre's cloning that made him, because the cloning device borked on cloning his synth voicebox. He regains his voice after his death and revival following the Nominator Games, as becoming an avatar of the Eye gives him increased healing which has also affected his voicebox.
  • Transplant: His existence is a subversion, as whilst the original Libre's arrival in the HGS-verse coincides with his absence throught most of the Tropers: The Series episode "The Shaggy Dreadnoughtithicus", he gets cloned so that he can return to Tropesburg, with the clone staying in the HGS-verse.
    Jace Webking 
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First ASAS Appearance: Post 5187
Servant of the Web, and the one gathering all the tributes "nominated" by Libre in the Games. The tributes he carries to his house with the help of his spiders aren't actually nominated by Libre; they randomly show up in the HGS-verse, all Jace does is gather them into a single location to make it easier to renominate them.
  • Animal Motifs: Spiders, given that he commands them to do alot of work for him.

    Jace's Spiders 
The spiders Jace Webking commands, which come in various sizes, assist in cataloguing events in the Arena, and do the heavy work of hauling all of Libre's "tributes" to the Webking House after their deaths.
  • Flight: Just like Libre, Jace's spiders can fly by ballooning.
  • Friendly Neighborhood Spider: They're shown to be beneficial to some of the tributes (such as saving Tubbo from falling off the Thunderdrum dragon, or dispelling the fight between the two Arles), and help Jace and Libre in cataloguing the Arena's events and gathering any of their "tributes" after they died or the season ends.

Rose Quarters

    Flower System 
A plural nominator that resides where the Webking House once was, they don't actually nominate for most of the time - rather, they rescue tributes that end up in the Arena and try to get them back to their home world.

General Tropes

  • Healing Hands: As shown as to what happened to Lily at the base, they can heal and revive others by casting a form of healing magic through their hands.
  • Walking Spoiler: They only show up after the Webking House is destroyed, which not only coincides with the deaths of the majority of its residents, but also the demise of Dark Libre and the severance of the The Entities from the world.

Cassie

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First ASAS Appearance: Post 7770

Formerly known as Libre, Cassie returns to what remains of the Webking House, for some reason. He's lost a lot of memories after setting off the memory bomb to save the world from the Entities, though it seems that someone that's assisting him has helped him recover it in that regard...


  • Awesomeness by Analysis:
    • Although losing a significant amount of his memories after detonating the memory bomb that it takes a while for him to regain it even when Riley is around, he can sense that whatever those memories are, it's tied to something bad (here, it's related to memories that have inexplicably become an anchor for the Entities to start seeping into reality).
    • He's also quick to deduce from how he's regaining his memories when Riley's around and the behaviour the tributes at his base display when he interacts with Riley that the latter doesn't truly exist as a physical individual.
  • Break Them by Talking:
    • He attempts to gaslight Lily verbally into convincing her that she's the "real" Arle, and that the real Arle isn't. Said attempt fails.
    • He's also attempted to break Riley by telling her she isn't a real person after finding out what she really is, which also fails.
    Cassie: I...also apologize over how I tried to break you and all.
    Riley: Yeah...that was a bit cruel to say to someone who's a different person.
  • Dark Secret:
    • His very past up to Season 195 is this for him, as he thinks the memories present during that time can act as anchors for the Entities to seep back into the world and put it in danger. As such, when he finds out that Riley posesses a good number of those memories, he tries whatever he could to make sure the Entities aren't drawn to Panem again (after he detonated the memory bomb in Season 195 to sever them from the world).
    • On a lesser note, he tries to hide the fact that the majority of the tributes he rescues show up independently, lying at 6k1 that he nominated Yu & Rei in Season 160 when an event puts their ownership into question, and oppossed Riley's attempt to tell 6k1 about the truth until she successfully sent a message to her.
  • Gender-Blender Name: The male nominator identifies name-wise with the feminine name "Cassie".
  • Meaningful Rename: Libre completely lost his memories after surviving the explosion that severed the Entities from the world and went by Cassie from Reboot Season 196 onwards. He quickly regains some memories as by Riley's help, but sticks with going by Cassie regardless because he's In Touch with His Feminine Side.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: Throughout Reboot Seasons 196-198, Cassie was way more liable to a bad disposition compared to Libre, given that he actively tries to kill Riley at times, and at one point tries to gaslight Lily into making her hate Arle once more.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: Following revelations following Riley sending a message to 6k1 regarding the tributes, Cassie warmed up to her, managing to make enough amends that by the time of the Nominator Games (where Cassie originally planned to send Riley to kill her), they joined it on much friendlier terms.

Riley

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First ASAS Appearance: Post 7770

A girl who seems to be out to assist Cassie in anything related to the Hunger Games, though quickly revealed to be a Split Personality of Cassie himself, formed from the memories lost from the Webking House residents as an aftermath of Cassie's memory bomb.


  • Gollum Made Me Do It: Back when both of them were on less friendly terms during Reboot Seasons 196-198, she encourages to, and does save the lives of some of the tributes that end up in the Games independently (something Libre often does before the Webking House's destruction), much against Cassie's wishes.
  • Literal Split Personality: Manifested herself physically thanks to Arena magic when she was chosen as a reserve for the 4th Reboot Nominator Games (Season 200).
  • Multi-Gendered Split Personalities: She's a female split personality for Cassie, a male nominator, formed as a result of a bunch of memories from the residents of what was once the Webking House lodging themselves into Cassie's mind. The further specifics of this vary - in Cassie's view, she exists as a separate entity in physical space, whilst to anyone else (such as Lily), it looks like Cassie is doing something to himself (like talking, or self-harm), or experiences noticeably drastic behavioural shifts. There's also both personalities being active at the same time (at least in Cassie's view), and have somewhat independent memories (evident when it's revealed that Cassie distinctly remembered never writing a message to 6k1 about the tributes regarding his status as a nominator).

Others

These are the rest of the nominators. However, only those who are in Convergence/ASAS will be covered.

    CosmosAndChaos 
First CVG appearance: Post 26
First ASAS appearance: Post 427

A nominator who lives in the Rushing Beat Universe and watches the seasons with some of the residents there. Very few people know about him since he shapeshifts into his alter egos Platinum the Fox and Ugo or into a Scorbunny whenever he goes to the Arena, and he barely interacts with them outside it.


  • Absurd Phobia: Anything related to Tetris, after being crushed by a block and getting the 4th Place Curse in the 1st Reboot Nominator Games (Season 50).
  • Alternate Self: An identical version of him once presented as Ugo in the Survivor Multiverse, long before the original presented as him in Reboot Season 123. He also has a Distaff Counterpart that showed up in Reboot Season 193.
  • Animal Motifs: Foxes are his favorite animals, and he will root for any non-villainous fox or vaguely foxlike tribute such as the Eeveelutions, even shapeshifting into Platinum to support them.
  • Arch-Enemy: Hates Yamato Kisaragi for outing his shapeshifting in Reboot Season 123.
  • Death Amnesia: Becomes a ghost in the Arena after he dies, but doesn't recall the experience until he respawns in his base.
  • Death by Irony: As a Scorbunny, he was killed with a fiery punch by Plasma Man 2000 in the 3rd Reboot Nominator Games (Season 150).
  • Drop the Hammer: Ugo's primary weapon, which he used in Season 123.
  • Go Mad from the Revelation: His shapeshifting was outed by Yamato in Season 123, and he went insane for the rest of the season.
  • Hates Being Called Cute: As shown in his tribute pic for the 3rd Reboot Nominator Games, he doesn't like it when the others call his Scorbunny form "cute".
  • Local Reference: Hails from Brazil, but unlike 6k1, who's an immigrant from the Earth Prime version of the Philippines, he did not come from the its version of Brazil. Instead, his EP counterpart was somehow dragged into the same troper mob as 9k1note  by Ego to pummel Dawn into a bloody pulp in Reboot Season 148.
  • Light 'em Up: He can conjure up a scythe made of light energy and blast his enemies with it.
  • Pay Evil unto Evil: Believes that villains should be killed for their crimes, and that heroes sparing them are contributing to the problem.
  • Recurring Extra: Occasionally comments on the seasons but never interacts with the other nominators. Billy tried contacting him once, but he never responded, but he eventually met with 6k1 after the 3rd Reboot Nominator Games.
  • Resurrective Immortality: Respawns in the Rushing Beat Universe whenever he dies in the Arena.
  • Romantic Asexual: Temporarily in Reboot Season 2, when he dated the One Being and Kazuma Kiryu, but was uncomfortable with it long afterwards because he was aroace outside the Arena.
  • Secret Identity: He's sensitive about others finding out about his alter egos and was distraught when Yamato outed him in Season 123, but 6k1 advised him not to be ashamed of his ability.
  • Thinking Up Portals: He can summon portals to go the Arena.
  • Two Aliases, One Character: 6k1 thought that Platinum and Ugo were his Alternate Selves until Yamato outed him in Season 123. She still wonders how CAC and Platinum managed to coexist in Season 50, however, guessing that he somehow cloned himself for it. CAC then confirmed that the latter was actually his Alternate Self from the Survivor Multiverse.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Takes the form of Platinum, Ugo, or a bespectacled Scorbunny whenever he participates in the Games.
  • Wouldn't Hit a Girl: Is against misogyny but will only hit women out of self-defense or if they're evil.

    Detective Gamechanger 
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First CVG appearance: Post 4464 (pre-split), Post 54 (post-split)

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 whenever 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.

    Elliot 
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First CVG appearance: Post 394
First ASAS appearance: Post 13

Elliot is a kindhearted catshape creation god from another multiverse. He found the multiverse while, supposedly, dicking around in his own and flopping over here on accident before being swept in the war after trying to go back home and taking the Voidlands instead. There are two versions of him after having been split back in Season 52.

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: After Elliot split into two versions of himself, they developed different personalities.
  • 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.
  • Sex Shifter: Elliot has the ability to switch between male and female at will through his shape-shifting powers, as and can apparently be both and neither. 1.0 rarely utilizes this.

Tropes that apply to Elliot 1.0

    Ichigo Montoya 
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First CVG appearance: Post 695note 
First ASAS appearance: Post 4

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 1st Reboot Nominator Games (Season 50), and also Psyche's adoptive older brother.


  • Actually a Doombot: Whenever he shows up in the Arena when he's not a tribute, like when he fought the Elite Beat Agents in Reboot Season 113, it's actually an android version of him, which he made in light of tribute-nominator events happening more frequently. He also nominated one of his androids for the 4th Reboot Nominator Games (Season 200) and watched the Games through its eyes with a body cam for immersion.
  • Affectionate Gesture to the Head:
    • He likes petting Power's mane, and he'll still pet her even if she changes forms, like when she swapped bodies with Ralsei during June's cheer-up party for Stanford.
    • He also likes being petted by Power, but not so much she goes on for too long.
      "Ya'll wanna pet something so forking badly, the hungry hungry fuzzball's right there."
  • Affectionate Nickname: Besides "Ich" for him, Power has also taken a liking to call his android clone "Andichi" or "Andich".
  • Berserk Button: Missing the nomination period, watching his tributes die unceremoniously, or having a long losing streak. The last one wears on his nerves the most, but he still sticks around with Psyche and Power's words of encouragement.
  • Bookworm: Isnote  revealed to be one when President Snow tried getting him into reading in the 4th Reboot Nominator Games (Season 200). Data Power overheard him and went to the bookstore to buy him a gift.
  • Bullying a Dragon: In the 3rd Reboot Nominator Games (Season 150), he roasted Scipion and his family Monty Python-style and promptly paid the price for it when he failed to heed CAC's warning of him.
  • Catchphrase:
  • Character Development:
    • While mostly offscreen, he learned to be adaptable to change. At first, he was unsure of Paylor planning to replace the Hunger Games with a Simulator, but after Dave pioneered the usage of data clones, he rolled with them, even deciding to deploy one of his android clones for the 4th Reboot Nominator Games and experience the season through a body cam.
    • He's also trying his best to control his anger whenever his luck dips in the Games by looking on the bright side regarding his tributes' performances, with Power and Psyche helping him calm down and reminding him not to take it so seriously.
  • Competition Freak: Mainly nominates his tributes in hopes that they make the Hall of Fame and isn't satisfied with just one qualifier for the next Battle Royale/Death Battle.
  • Cool Big Bro: He's this to his adoptive little sister Psyche, always looking out for her.
  • Cuddle Bug: He likes showing his affections for Power by hugging and petting her, and also likes cuddling Psyche when she's a Skitty.
  • Damned by Faint Praise: His android clone received one from Matthew L. Mayfield in the 4th Reboot Nominator Games and snarked that he should've been honest with him.
  • 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.
  • Deceptively Human Robot: Ichi's android clones are just as humanlike as he is. Power even compared them to Andrew.
  • Determined Defeatist: No matter how frustrated he gets when his luck in the Games dips significantly, he still tries his best not to miss the nomination period, though he once decided to sit out from Reboot Season 3 to give another nominator a chance.
  • 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.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Believes that nominating babies is going too far, even with data cloning.
  • Fashion Designer: He sews various outfits for Power as gifts. Sometimes he jokes about retiring from his nominator career to enter the fashion industry.
    Power: At this rate, you should move to Equestria and become the first human fashion designer for ponies!
  • Fisher Kingdom: Like 6k1, he can defy this with his tech, which is why he doesn't transform into a pony or any sapient Equestrian race every time he visits Power.
  • Foil:
    • To Power: Ichi's a tech user who's difficult to faze while Power'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. They also try to avoid fights whenever possible, but he's more willing to fight back than Power.
    • To 6k1: While they're both good with tech, Ichi mostly stays home to watch the Games while 6k1 often goes on adventures outside her job. He also blows up whenever his tributes die early or unceremoniously while she takes her losses in stride.
  • Friendship Trinket: Power gifted him an aquamarine ring set with her cutie mark after confessing their platonic love for each other.
  • 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. He also carries with him an arsenal of weapons whenever he goes out, just in case trouble happens.
  • Genre Savvy: Is aware of what the Arena does to his mind, and realized that he was carrying the Idiot Ball when he failed to heed CAC's warning of Scipion in the 3rd Reboot Nominator Games.
  • 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.
  • Heroic Neutral: Most of the time, he ignores any serious threat that's going on in Panem, but he'll step up to help his friends if they need him. He also prefers staying alone, but is happy to go out whenever Power invites him.
  • Hidden Depths:
    • Is good at bowling to the point that he killed Crimson Gale, Constantine, and Pink Celebi with a bowling ball in the 1st 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.
      "...it's time to attack the weak point for massive damage!"
    • 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.
  • Hypocritical Humor: Jokingly complained about Power and Ralsei's affections for each other despite his own affections for Power.
    "Aw, now if y'all keep acting this sweet and hugging each other so much, I might just end up going home with a case of diabeetus."
  • In-Series Nickname: His friends, especially Power, just call him "Ichi" or "Ich".
  • Interspecies Friendship: He's a human whose best friend is a unicorn.
  • Interspecies Romance: Defied with Power despite his affections for her, as he finds the thought of hooking up with a pony weird, regardless of sapience.
  • Knockout Gas: Tried feeding Skullcrawler!Bale a knockout gas grenade to sedate him, but it didn't have any effect.
    "Shoulda brought bigger gas grenades..."
  • Loner-Turned-Friend: For most of his tenure as a nominator, he stayed holed up in his bunker nominating tributes until he decided to go out and be involved in whatever is going on outside the Arena after the 1st Reboot Nominator Games. The first thing he did after that season was ask Power for forgiveness over his murder of Gale, and they became best friends ever since.
  • Mistaken for Romance: He and Power are so affectionate with each other Dave and Bale thought they were a couple when they visited them at the Recovery Room after the 2nd Reboot Nominator Games. 6k1 had to clarify it to them, and Ichi himself even had to tell them that he wouldn't hook up with a pony.
    "Seriously, I'm a human and she's a pony, that'd just be fifty shades of forked up."
  • Muggle Best Friend: To Power, as he's the everyman who gives her advice whenever she talks to him.
  • Nice Guy: Like Bale, he sometimes nominates villains, but he's still a good friend to the other nominators, especially 6k1 and Power. And despite his temper, he'd never blow up or be violent at Power if they fight, and instead would leave the room to protect her from his fits of rage.
  • 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.
  • Off the Grid: He lives in a heavily fortified underground bunker with only a few contacts, explaining why Snow didn't hunt him down when he didn't attend his mandatory party.
  • One Steve Limit: Averted, since he shares his first name with Ichigo Momomiya. Power had to call him "Mr. Montoya" during Bale's party since Momomiya was also there.
  • 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 Declaration of Love: Confessed to Power that he loves her platonically, reassuring her that their relationship is perfect the way it is, and there's nothing wrong with being physically affectionate with each other even if they don't feel "that way".
    "I do love ya, Power. It ain't the kind o' love they think we have, but I do love ya."
  • Platonic Life-Partners: With Power, ever since reconciling with her over him killing Gale with a bowling ball in the 1st Reboot Nominator Games. They often hang out together, and she even roots for his tributes, whether or not they watch the seasons together. They also check on each other's feelings, and when one of them breaks down, the other almost always comes over to comfort them. Even Psyche acknowledged how unbreakable their bond is, and she was deeply sorry for killing Ichi in the 2nd Reboot Nominator Games.
    Psyche: You're really good together. As friends, I mean. And if there's one thing Park Jimin and Kim Taehyung have shown us all those seasons ago, it's that a powerful friendship never dies, no matter what.
  • Plot-Triggering Death: His death to Psyche in the 2nd Reboot Nominator Games gave her and Power so much grief throughout the season.
  • Preemptive Apology: Always apologizes in advance in case he or his tributes end up killing 6k1, her tributes, or Power, though he once got paranoid of 6k1 coming for him if Carnage killed Ally in Reboot Season 54, even if the latter wasn't her tribute at the time.
  • Ray Gun: In addition to his other weapons, he carries with him a laser pistol, which he used to try knocking the dark crystal off Skullcrawler!Bale's back.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: A manly man who usually nominates villains and "badass" tributes, but has a soft spot for Ridiculously Cute Critters such as Power, Ralsei, Mimi, Dupe, Psyche in her Skitty form, and 6k1 in her Mudkip form.
  • Ripple Effect-Proof Memory: Can still recall rewinded seasons, but for some reason not the time rewind that happened in Reboot Season 109, which was beyond the Gamemakers' control.
  • Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: The Savvy Guy to Power's Energetic Girl.
  • Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: Between Power's closest male friends, he's the Manly Man to Ralsei's Sensitive Guy.
  • She Is Not My Girlfriend: Had this reaction towards Scipion teasing about his friendship with Power, reaffirming that he'd never hook up with her and threatening to leave his party. Thankfully, he decided to stay after Scipion apologized for it and promised to drop the subject.
  • Shipper on Deck: Some of his tributes he nominates are his favorite couples like Maiko (Mai and Zuko) and the aforementioned Reylo.
  • Sibling Murder: Was bludgeoned with a Tetris block over an argument about it by Psyche in the 2nd Reboot Nominator Games and she deeply regretted it.
  • Sickeningly Sweethearts: Rare platonic example. According to 6k1, he and Power are so affectionate with each other they could beat Asgore and Toriel in the Underground's annual Nose Nuzzling Competition.
  • 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.
  • Skewed Priorities: He's more concerned about seasons being delayed than whatever dangers are looming over Panem, even the Multiversal War.
  • Sore Loser: Gets frustrated whenever his tributes die early or unceremoniously, believing that the Games are rigged against him.
  • Sucks at Dancing: He dances like a drunk Ron Swanson during parties.
  • Sunglasses at Night: He always wears his Cool Shades even indoors.
  • Super Cell Reception: He modified his phone so it could work anywhere, even in magical universes such as Equestria.
  • Swiss Army Weapon: He fashioned himself a pair of advanced gauntlets that had a variety of wrist-mounted weapons on them.
  • Sword Cane: His main weapon is 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.
  • Teleportation: He has a wrist-mounted device that can teleport him and anyone right next to him to almost any place he wants to go.
  • They're Called "Personal Issues" for a Reason: He keeps his thoughts about what makes Power special to him a secret, even to Psyche.
  • Those Two Guys: With Power whenever they talk about the Games in between seasons.
  • Together in Death: His android clone died together with Psyche in the 4th Reboot Nominator Games when TIM's Luck went on a rampage on the Squid Game field, in contrast to Psyche killing the original Ichi 100 seasons prior.
  • Too Much Information: Had this reaction during the Reboot Season 61 watch party when Ralsei told him about the Sans of Hometown "befriending" Toriel. Thankfully Power clarified that they simply met at Sans' grocery store and bought chocolate kisses.
  • 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.
  • Turn the Other Cheek: He's a very forgiving nominator, casually burying the hatchet with Bale for all the trouble caused by the Legion of Doom and Psyche for killing him with a Tetris block over a petty argument in the 2nd Reboot Nominator Games. He was also quick to let go of his grudge against Scipion after the latter killed him for insulting his parents in the 3rd Reboot Nominator Games.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Power. Whenever she feels down, he always comes over to comfort her.
  • Unfazed Everyman: He's hardly fazed by the unusual events in the Games and isn't worried about anything most of the time.
  • What Beautiful Eyes!: Power likes his brown eyes the most, and she can't stop admiring them after he takes off his shades for their platonic love confession, even suggesting that he go without them more often.

    Infinity Ryujin 
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First CVG Appearance: Post 4477 (pre-split), Post 30 (post-split)

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.

    Kafka 
First ASAS Appearance: Post 3776

The nominator-sona (and fursona, for that matter) of Dubh Kafkaesque. A deadpan, cynical Scottish fox with a more than slight Hipster streak.

  • The Alcoholic: Drowning My Sorrows seems to be his default response to any kind of setback. Even when he's not in such a mood, he often has a canned beer in one hand.
  • Canon Immigrant: He was originally his author's character in Tropers: The Series. The event that transported him to ASAS was actually depicted in a TTS post, and was the culmination of a long history of Kafka being subjected to dimensional shenanigans against his will.
  • Deadpan Snarker: His sense of humour is as dry as the Atacama Desert, and it's rare for him to have an interaction with someone where that isn't made very apparent.
  • Funny Animal: An anthropomorphic fox. He just so happens to be his writer's fursona, in addition to nominator-sona.
  • Furry Reminder: When he was stranded outside his base, he lapped up from a river on all fours like a real life fox.
  • Hipster: It's his defining character trait. Or at least, the one jokes about him have gotten the most mileage out of.
  • Overly Long Name: His real name, Kenneth Adrian Franz Keyes-Alterberg. It's hard to blame him for coming up with something shorter.
  • Self-Deprecation: Kafka, the writer, has described Kafka, the character, as a deeply unflattering caricature of himself.
  • Shout-Out: His hoodie has Anthony Fantano's "NOT GOOD" logo emblazoned on the front, befitting his stereotypical hipster persona.
  • The Team Normal: Compared to the magical abilities and/or significant resources most Nominators have at their disposal, Kafka currently has nothing but a smallish base and his wits. He's visibly perturbed the first time Gamemaker Shaffer brings up the Nominator's tendency to encounter supernatural threats for this very reason.
  • Violent Glaswegian: Downplayed. He's Scottish and frequently confrontational, but prefers snark and battles of wits to physical brawling.

    Mett 
First CVG appearance: Post 4475 (pre-split), Post 41 (post-split)
First ASAS appearance: Post 141

    Psychedelicate 

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First CVG appearance: Post 1307note 
First ASAS appearance: Post 3

Psychedelicate, or Psyche for short, is the principal of the Fanfic School. She's a young woman in her early 20s who's been nominating tributes for a very long time, to the point where she still has memories of the Original Timeline. She nominates her tributes and keeps up with the Hunger Games for fanfic inspiration for herself and her students.

  • Author Avatar: Of Psychedelicate.
  • Boyish Short Hair: It's easier to maintain, and besides, she likes to go with a more androgynous look.
  • Butt-Monkey: She never catches a break in the Arena, as she either dies early or suffers the entire time.
  • Character Development: She gradually becomes more empathetic towards her tributes throughout the RP after realising the consequences of her mistreatment towards them. As a result, she treats them better, and her relationships with them – especially BTS – improve.
  • Cute Kitten: Her Pokémon form's a Skitty with comically oversized purple glasses.
  • Damsel in Distress: She's one of the many ARMY trapped in the Ultra Deep Sea after they were unexpectedly nominated in Reboot Season 83. Fortunately, they're rescued by BTS and a bunch of nominators and their tributes.
  • Fangirl: Of BTS and Stray Kids, to the point where the former are some of her favourite tributes to nominate.
  • Fighting Spirit: She received a Stand from Billy before the first Voidlands trip, and she named it "Epiphany".
  • Girls Love Chocolate: She happily stashed the Easter chocolates she got from her staff in her cupboards and will gladly accept chocolate bars from her friends.
  • Heroic BSoD: While she's not quite a nervous wreck like Power Stroke, she's still been through moments that affected her really badly.
    • She takes Ally's sudden explosion so badly that she hides away in one of the laboratories in Ichigo's bunker for a few days. The fact that Villain Month was on at the time doesn't help.
    • She feels very guilty for killing her brother, Ichigo, in the 2nd Reboot Nominator Games. She feels very down about it throughout most of the season, to the point where she can't even bring herself to accept Power's gift to her. Fortunately, she gets better once Ichigo and Power both forgive her.
  • It Amused Me: She believed that not healing her tributes' injuries or modifying any of their memories after each season made future seasons involving them more interesting, and didn't consider the pain they'd cause her and her friends until Jimin's attack on the Fanfic School.
  • Medium Awareness: She knows full well that she's just a fictional character herself and that she's controlled by someone in a roleplay. Sometimes, she even gets vague feelings and visions about things that happen beyond the 4th Wall, though she rarely gets to know exactly what happened.
  • Me's a Crowd: In situations where no one is available at the Fanfic School to nominate and look after Psyche's tributes for her, a book character counterpart of Psyche from the latest Nominator Games book in the library materialises in the Tribute Transportation Room to take over those duties in the meantime.
  • Most Fanfic Writers Are Girls: She's very passionate about reading and writing fanfiction, especially if it's about her favourite ships.
  • No Social Skills: She's on good terms with the other nominators, but she's often too preoccupied with her tributes and fanfiction to invest much time in social activities.
  • Otaku: She has a few nerdy interests, especially anime and manga.
  • Past-Life Memories: Of the Original Timeline.
  • The Prankster: In the 4th Reboot Nominator Games (Season 200), she pranked the other nominators by tricking Kendra J Ozbourne into thinking of an orange kangaroo in Denmark, pouring garbage onto Golden City Bird's head while he was showering in a waterfall, and literally giving R3 her two cents on the matter.
  • Shipper on Deck: She loves shipping in general, and she's waiting for the day her One True Pairing, Kazuichi/Fuyuhiko, becomes official in the Hunger Games. It's also implied that she secretly ships Ichi with Power, believing that there's more to their friendship, but she understands their firmness on remaining best friends and ships them platonically (or as a BROTP) instead.
  • Sibling Murder: During the 2nd Reboot Nominator Games, she loses control of her emotions and bludgeons her brother Ichigo to death during a heated argument over Tetris. She deeply regrets it, though, to the point where she rejects the crystal statue Power made of them together because she doesn't think she deserves it.
  • Together in Death: She died together with Android Ichi in the 4th Reboot Nominator Games when TIM's Luck went on a rampage on the Squid Game field, in contrast to her killing the original Ichi 100 seasons prior.

Honorary Nominators

These are all those beings who've been recognized as members of the Nominators without necessarily being one.

    Detective Tableturner 
First ASAS appearance: Post 923

The former sidekick of Detective Gamechanger who currently runs the Hero and Detective Schools. He used to nominate tributes like the others, but has since retired from it until Reboot Season 137.


  • Meaningful Name: His codename comes from the idiom "turning the tables", which is a synonym of his master's name.
  • Taking Up the Mantle: After GC's untimely death in the Voidlands, TT inherited his properties and his role as detective, but he still goes by his birth name Boris Gardner or codename.
  • Walking Spoiler: His very existence spoils the fact that GC died in the Voidlands.

    Power Stroke 
See here.

    Skyler 

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First ASAS appearance: Post 7303

A Hisuian Zoroark (and an undead one by extension), living originally in cold regions from June's homeworld. They're Scipion's counterpart in this universe as well as a serial killer too.


  • Alternate Self: They're Scipion's counterpart from the WHABP Universe.
  • Ambiguous Gender: It's unknown what their true gender was like when they were alive. Now, Skyler hardly cares at all, but they don't mind being referred to with "he/him" or "she/her" pronouns besides "they/them".
  • Foil: To Scipion. Both are evil for fun, narcissistic, very cautious of their mane, and not above killing. But while Scipion is proud, battle thirsty, and very easy to anger, Skyler is calmer, seemingly kinder, but way creepier, crazier, and unreadable. They're also more willing to obey commands than Scipion.
    • Is also one to OT!Scipion: Both are undead, creepy, and insane. But OT!Scipion has completely lost his sadism and had become much crazier.
  • Loners Are Freaks: Their natural creepiness certainly doesn't help. Not only that, but they were even unaware of the Multiverse's existence before they met with Scipion.
  • Master of Illusion: Even more than Scipion or June, as their illusions are much stronger. They can even make themself invisible with them.
  • Signature Laugh: They have a recurrent chuckle that's very reminiscent of Scipion's laugh: "Eyuhuhu..."
  • Sissy Villain: To Scipion's annoyance, Skyler is not above being feminine. They even find the concept of pony counterparts amusing, which Scipion detests.
  • Soft-Spoken Sadist: Contrasting Scipion, Skyler rarely gets angry. They even encouraged other nominators and tributes to join in their mental tortures because they genuinely believe doing so is a good activity.
  • White and Red and Eerie All Over: While Scipion's evil tendencies make him paint his mane with his victims or sometimes outright eat them when he's berserk, Skyler isn't above kidnapping people with their illusions just to kill them and watch them die, and also prefers scaring them to death rather than mauling them. They especially love looking at people bleeding out in the snow.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Even more so than Scipion, as Skyler loves messing around with cute, innocent, young people.

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