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Voiced by: Lumisau
The self-appointed demon that comes when people call it's name. Once the hope of humans and monsters, Chara now longs for nothing more than to see the world erased.
Voiced by: ProjectSNT
Transported from Olathe by a mysterious power, Buddy wishes to find and kill the being that humiliated her, so she can return home and finish what she started there.
- Action Girl: An accomplished warrior in her own world and tough enough to force a stalemate against Chara.
- The Alcoholic: Which is pretty disturbing, seeing as she's still very much a child. It only serves as another example of how messed up the world she came from is.
- The Atoner: Downplayed. Her estrangement from her only living family member Rando and his death shortly afterwards led her to a huge Heel Realization. In her own words, it made her want to try and "salvage what [she] still can" in her world.
- Berserk Button: She has mutliple.
- Trying to harm her one, remaining eye is a sure-fire way to piss her off. Chara found that out the hard way.
- People who justify their bad deeds by claiming they do them For The Greater Good when it's obvious they're in it for themselves.
- People not taking her seriously. She flies into a rage when Chara makes fun of her during their first meeting in Chara vs Buddy and starts cussing Siblingtale-Frisk out when they call her "Patchy the pirate" in the comic.
- Sadists. She's disgusted with Jim for trying to further harm Chara after they're already defeated, just to satisfy his desire for revenge. Ironically, she never seems to realize that Chara is fairly sadistic as well. Or if she does, she chooses to let it slide.
- BFS: Her scimitar, which is almost her size and is capable of slicing Chara's entire body in half in Chara vs Buddy.
- Blue-and-Orange Morality: Murder, stealing and beating the crap out of other people, all things she can live with. But Rape Is a Special Kind of Evil and just about the only thing she considers a real crime that puts someone Beyond Redemption.
- Child Mage: Gains the ability to use magic after putting on Undyne's eyepatch.
- Combat Pragmatist: Buddy will do literally anything to come out on top in a fight, from using explosives, to taking Joy to boost her strength, to flashing her opponent.
- Cruel Mercy: She refuses to kill Jim despite him begging her to and states that death is too good for him.
- Dark and Troubled Past: Her flashback in the comic shows her going through various traumatic events, including but not limited to losing her eye and being forced to watch as Brad beats Marty to death in front of her.
- Distracted by the Sexy: She exposes herself to her enemies in order to stun them. Overlaps with Not Distracted by the Sexy, as the only two people she's used it on in the series so far are Chara and Kiwi-Frisk and neither of them are impressed (Although Chara did fall for it the first two times).
- Even Evil Has Standards: Buddy might be Jerkass and a Combat Pragmatist, but even she balks at the prospect of hurting someone who poses no threat and/or can't fight back. She saved Chara from Jim when he announced he would torture them for all eternity when they were already defeated and even risked her already pretty fragile partnership wit them later on to save an injured mother and her child from them. She also thinks rapists are the only people deserving of A Fate Worse Than Death.
- Eyepatch of Power: Chara gives her Undyne's eyepatch to wear, to replace her bandages after their trek through Waterfall. Later on a literal example, as the eyepatch gives Buddy the ability to use magic.
- Eye Scream: Her right eye is missing and covered by bandages in her first appearance in Chara vs Buddy. During that same video, Chara also tries (and succeeds) to poke out her remaining eye, which Buddy understandably doesn't take so well.
- Lady Swears-a-Lot: Buddy curses a lot when she's angry, much to Chara's chagrin.
- Last of Her Kind: In her own world, she is the only female alive.
- Living Macguffin: Her status as the last woman on earth effectively painted a target on her back when she was still in Olathe, as everybody who heard of her tried to get her into their own hands for repopulation. Her desire to lead her own life and not be treated as a prized object was what motivated her to become the fighter she is.
- Morality Pet: Ironically, she becomes this to Chara of all people. While she doesn't really do anything to quell Chara's violent tendencies, she does draw the line at hurting innocent people and prevents Chara from doing so as well.
- My Greatest Failure / I Let Gwen Stacy Die: Rando's death and the events leading up to it haunt her to this day. It's so bad that a mere illusion of him is enough to drive her to tears.
- Jerkass: Buddy has no respect or empathy for anyone but herself. Anyone who stands in the way of her goals is simply an obstacle to be dealt with.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: However she does form a genuine bond with Chara and saves the life of a mother and her baby despite Chara wanting to kill them.
- Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Despite her small size and youth, Buddy is capable of cutting off limbs and wielding a solid weapon about her size. Boosting herself with Joy makes her even stronger.
- Took a Level in Idealism: Downplayed. At the beginning of Chara's Hate she stops Chara from killing an injured woman and her infant child and admits that Chara was correct when they pegged her as not completely ruthless. Rando's death made her realize that her Utopia Justifies the Means-mentality was messed up beyond belief and made her devote herself to salvage what little of Olathe was left once she got back there.
Voiced by: Vade
A human who was (somehow) living in the Underground without the monsters noticing. He comes after Chara to avenge the death of Papyrus.
- Acrofatic: He's pretty stout, but quick enough to avoid almost all of Chara's attacks.
- An Arm and a Leg: Buddy cuts off his left arm to stop him from torturing Chara.
- The Beast Master: He has the ability to summon a being called 'Cornflake Humonculus' to act as a distraction while he powers up.
- Evil Brit: The fully-voiced segment at the beginning of his video reveals that he speaks with a British accent and he uses stereotypical British cuss words and expressions during the fight. He also proves himself as a formidable opponent, who almost manages to submit Chara to A Fate Worse Than Death. Downplayed, as he doesn't fight just for the heck of it, but to avenge his crush Papyrus.
- Hero Antagonist: The only reason he wants to make Chara suffer is because they murdered the person he loved and pretty much the majority of the Underground's population. He even tells Buddy to stay out of the fight, as his business isn't with her.
- Ink-Suit Actor: His looks and personality are almost identical to real-life youtuber Jim Sterling.
- Malevolent Masked Men: He wears a plague doctor mask and wants to make Chara pay for what they've done to Papyrus. Downplayed, as his anger and desire for revenge are pretty justified and he only ever acts malevolent towards Chara.
- Master of Illusion: He can summon copies of himself to take the hit for him and even fight his battles for a short time.
- My God, What Have I Done?: After Buddy subjects him to a scathing "The Reason You Suck" Speech, he realizes his vindictive crusade isn't as just as he thought and no matter how much he makes Chara suffer it'll never bring Papyrus back. This makes him break down into tears and beg Buddy to kill him, which she refuses to do.
- Wake-Up Call Boss: He's Buddy's and Chara's first encounter and he almost kills Chara in their battle.
Voiced by: ProjectSNT
An Anthropomorphic Personification
of the soul trait fear, she was created to ensure monsters and humans would never live in peace. And she's willing to do whatever it takes to gain the power needed to fulfill her purpose.
- Asshole Victim: Anyone who has seen Glitchtale knows she is more than deserving of the absolutely brutal beat-down she receives from Chara and Buddy.
- An Arm and a Leg: Chara cuts her arms off to protect Buddy.
- Bullying a Dragon: Really, she couldn't have picked worse in terms of first victims.
- Cute and Psycho: She'd be an adorable kid, if she wasn't so murder-happy. Lampshaded by her when she gushes to Kumu about how cute her current form is.
- Embarrassing Nickname: Chara starts calling her "strawberry", because of her overall pinkness.
- Even Evil Has Standards: She is enraged when she learns that Chara is working towards the destruction of humanity.
- Humanoid Abomination: She looks like a harmless little girl (at least when she and Kumu are separated), but she's really a power-hungry demon. When Chara and Buddy start to rip her limb from limb, her body is revealed to be hollow inside. And what looks like her "clothing" seems to be part of her.
- I Know What You Fear: Of the fear invocation-variety, overlapping with her Master of Illusion-powers: she can make her opponent hallucinate the thing they fear most, effectively stunning them and leaving them defenseless against her.
- Master of Illusion: See I Know What You Fear above. The images she conjures up to distract people are based on their worst fears and insecurities.
- Meaningful Name: 'Béte Noire' is french for 'Black Beast' and as a term refers to something that one extremely dislikes.
- No Kill Like Overkill: First Chara cuts her arms off and throws them and Kumu far out of her reach. Then a pissed off Buddy tears off her jaw, decapitates her and squashes what remains of her head under her boot. It's probably for the best that she decided to call it a day after that...
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: After realizing she's way out of her league with Chara and Buddy, she runs back into the woods.
- Sinister Scythe: Her Weapon of Choice, that she forms out of Kumu, her other half, is a pink scythe.
- Soul Eating: How she gains power. She tries to kill Buddy and Chara to devour their souls, but it doesn't go according to plan.
- The Worf Effect: She's nigh unstoppable in Glitchtale but is defeated in roughly two minutes in Interlopers. Justified, as her fight with Chara and Buddy was a) non-canonical, b) took place right after she woke up and was at her weakest.
- Would Hurt a Child: As soon as she became aware of Buddy's and Chara's presence, she decided to murder them and take their souls.
- Wounded Gazelle Gambit: She tries to gain Buddy's and Chara's trust by pretending to be just a normal girl. It fails spectacularly and she narrowly avoids getting shot in the face by Chara for her troubles.
A manifestation of Chara's hatred.
- Conservation of Ninjutsu: Subverted at first, but played straight later on. Although Chara manages to destroy quite a few of Hate's drones at the start of the fight, they're vastly outnumbered and almost get taken over. Until Buddy manages to enter their mindscape, after which the two of them dispose of Hate's entire army rather easily.
- Didn't Think This Through: It evidently didn't consider that antagonizing Chara and trying to force them to submit to it's will would lead to Chara rejecting it altogether and teaming up with Buddy against it.
- Evil Counterpart: To Chara of all people. While Chara's violence is aimed towards a certain goal and they don't really care about anything else, Hate's violence is wanton and random, simply serving to make it stronger.
- Hive Mind: Hate seems to be a combination of the hatred of every Chara in the multiverse, as opposed to a single entity. It frequently uses 'we' instead of 'I' to refer to itself and every Hate-Chara looks and acts pretty much the same.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: It's attempt to take over Chara's body so it can make them kill Buddy not only fails spectacularly, but also leads to Chara and Buddy's bond growing stronger, since they now have a common enemy to fight.
- Power Of Hate: It is comprised of the hatred of almost every Chara in the multiverse.
- Red and Black and Evil All Over: The Hate-Chara's are all made up of sickly black liquid, have red eyes and wield red knives as their primary weapons.
- Rule of Symbolism: The battle with Hate is essentially all about Chara finally learning to trust Buddy and examining their own biases while doing so.
- The Man Behind the Man: In some way it is this for Chara. It's been foreshadowed as far back as Chara Vs Jim Sterling that Chara's power partially stems from their deep hatred of humanity, so one could say the genocide run and Chara's part in it were largely influenced by Hate as well.
Siblingtale-Frisk and Siblingtale-Asriel
Frisk voiced by: Melodiva
Asriel voiced by: Adoxographist
Alternate versions of Frisk and Asriel. They have the misfortune of drawing Chara's attention while looking for their younger sister Astell.
- Badass Adorable: They're two good-hearted children who are very adept at sword-fighting and combat magic.
- Big Brother Instinct: They love their younger sister Astell to bits and are horrified when she goes missing in the woods. Later on, Frisk keeps Asriel from revealing Astell's existence to Interlopers-Chara, knowing full well what Chara might do to her if they knew about her.
- Cutting Off the Branches: Their Alternate Universe, Siblingtale, is a possible Good Ending to Endertale.
- Dual Boss: They fight Buddy and Chara as a team.
- Hero Antagonist: They had no desire whatsoever to fight Chara or Buddy. They only do so when it becomes obvious Chara and Buddy won't let them leave peacefully.
- Heroes Prefer Swords: They're antagonists only because our protagonists want to pick a fight, and they share Asriel's longswords during the fight.
- Playing with Fire: Both of them use fire magic against Buddy and Chara.
- Scarf of Asskicking: Frisk wears a dark orange scarf and is a skilled dodger and magic user.
- Shut Up, Hannibal!: When Interlopers-Chara attempts to give both of them a "The Reason You Suck" Speech, citing their previous "partnerships" with them as evidence that Frisk and Asriel are really horrible people and Hypocrites, Frisk isn't having it. They rebuff Chara by stating that them and Asriel have already atoned. They also state that since they never killed Sans in their timeline, Chara's claim that Frisk is a merciless killer in denial holds no weight.
An enigmatic being who fights with a giant spoon, loves monster candy and does whatever it likes.
- Ambiguous Gender: Boy, girl, something else? Nobody knows. Kiwi is just Kiwi.
- Ambiguously Human: No one really knows what they are. They look human, but their behavior and immense power seem to hint at them being something else entirely.
- Cloudcuckoolander: They spent their time walking aimlessly across the multiverse, never actually speaking or doing anything except when provoked.
- Eyepatch of Power: The red bandana they're wearing covers their left eye and they're strong enough to defeat both Chara and Buddy at the same time with little to no effort.
- Improbable Weapon User: Their Weapon of Choice is a giant spoon.
- Moment Killer: Just when it looks like Chara will be going through some hard introspection at the end of The Good, the Bad and the Kiwi Pt 1, Kiwi appears and reignites Chara's and Buddy's hatred.
- Spanner in the Works: Gaster's plan to trap Chara and Buddy in a never-ending stalemate probably would have worked, if they hadn't chosen to interfere for as of yet unknown reasons.
- Troll: They interrupt Chara and Buddy's fight and beat both of them to a pulp for seemingly no reason at all. Later on they intentionally mess with Buddy at Grillby's, easily rebuff her attempt to "stun" them and, to add insult to injury, defeat her with little effort once again.
Voiced by: Zedrin
The former Royal Scientist, who's entire being was sprinkled across time and space after he fell into the CORE. He orginally brought Buddy to the Underground to stop Chara, but seemingly sees his worst fears confirmed when the two of them instead team up to fight Kiwi-Frisk.
- Berserk Button: Buddy and Chara being in a romantic relationship is literally his worst nightmare. Any mention of them being romantically involved is sure to get a violent or disgusted reaction out of him.
- Big Good: "Good" may be a bit of a stretch, seeing as he was willing to let two children fight to the death for all eternity, but in his defense, one of said children is a homicidal maniac who would have destroyed the world if he hadn't interfered.
- Everyone Has Standards: At the the end of Chara vs Jim Sterling, he admits that even though he cares nothing for Chara, he can understand why Buddy saved them from what Jim was about to do.
- Mysterious Watcher: A bit less so than Core-Frisk, since his motives are pretty clear-cut (getting Chara out of his timeline), but the means through which he transported Buddy from Olathe into the Last Corridor and the way he keeps watching her and Chara's journey makes him come across as one.
- Would Hurt a Child: Understandably, he couldn't care less if Chara ended up dead at the end of all of this.
A former Frisk who ended up as The Omnipresent
when the Sans of their universe threw them into the CORE. Together with Gaster, they are the one responsible for Chara and Buddy meeting.
- All-Loving Hero: They were distraught upon realizing they arrived to late to prevent Frisk's murder, but nonetheless attempted to set Chara, who was the one to kill Frisk, on the right path to save themselves.
- Armor-Piercing Response: When Chara boasts of their strength as a reason why no one in the multiverse could be a match for them, Core Frisk gently points out that Chara couldn't land a single hit on them earlier.
- Big Good: Plays this a little more straight than Gaster. While Gaster just wants Chara to be stopped through any means necessary, Core-Frisk wants both Chara and Buddy to look inside themselves and change for the better through their shared adventure.
- Embarrassing Nickname: They don't really like how Chara keeps referring to them as "Coconut Head".
- Mysterious Watcher: They've been observing and, to a certain point, arranging, Chara's and Buddy's fight, team-up and journey. And while they have stated they did it in order to get both children to see the error of their ways by growing together, it's unknown as of yet why they chose this Chara in particular, why they care so much about what happens to Buddy or if they're somehow connected to Kiwi-Frisk.
- The Omnipresent: Similar to Gaster, their fall into the CORE led to their consciousness being shattered across time and space. Thus, they are able to exist everywhere and every time at once.
- Shipper on Deck: While Gaster finds the idea of Chara and Buddy hooking up repulsive, Core states that they'd find it cute and would fully support such an outcome.
The younger sister of Siblingtale's Asriel, Frisk, and Chara. In her world, Toriel and Asgore got back together after Endertale
and had her.
- Children Are Innocent: She immediately reaches out to Buddy when she sees her, not even slightly frightened by Buddy's missing eye or her gigantic sword.
- Morality Pet: Has been Siblingtale-Chara's since she was born. Seeing how loved she was made Chara think about how differently they could have turned out if they'd been raised by a loving family like the Dreemurrs from the start, and her innocence restored their hope in the future, causing them to abandon their crusade for vengeance.
- The Cutie: She's cute as a button and excited about every new person she meets.
An alternate version of Chara. They have long put their hatred behind them and now live a peaceful life on the surface with Frisk.
- Big Sibling Instinct: They list their love for Astell as the main reason for their HeelFace Turn. They want her to have the normal childhood they themselves never had.
- Good Counterpart: To Chara. This Chara has long since realized that holding on to their hatred was a pointless endeavor and instead use their determination to protect their loved ones.
- HeelFace Turn: In Endertale, they were the Big Bad pulling out all kinds of dirty tricks to try to make Frisk reset and finish their Genocide run. They had a change of heart in Siblingtale thanks to Astell, to the point that they're helping Frisk and trying to talk down Interlopers-Chara and Buddy peacefully.
- Identical Twin ID Tag: As Alternate Universe versions of the same person, they're almost completely identical to Interlopers-Chara down to how they talk and dress. However, this Chara is wearing a striped poncho instead of a striped shirt, their pants are a lighter shade, and their cheeks aren't as pink.
- Sharing a Body: They are on good terms with Frisk and possess them briefly to help them in their fight with Chara and Buddy.
- Vengeance Feels Empty: They ultimately abandoned their wrath for Asriel and Frisk after coming to the conclusion that it was pointless and harmful, and are content with seeing everyone have a happy ending.
- You Are Better Than You Think You Are: They try to convince Interlopers-Chara that they can change for the better if they let themselves.