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Krash (Крош, Krosh)
AKA Pogoriki (4Kids); Jumpy (BalloonToons)
Voiced by: Anton Vinogradov (Russian), Dan Green [4Kids], Lee Tockar [Studio 100, Season 2], Peter Linz [Animated Films and FUN Unionnote ] Billy Bob Thompson [FUN Unionnote ] (English)
Birthday: December 29A sky-blue rabbit and the Series Mascot of the show. An energetic, adventurous, irresponsible boy.
- Catchphrase: "Fir trees-needles" (Елки-иголки). Replaced with "Fiddlesticks" in Studio 100 version and "Holy Carrots" in the FUN Union dub.
- Character Tics: Krash rarely blinks with both eyes at the same time: He often blinks with the right eye first, then left one.
- Cheerful Child: He is described as the life of the party.
- Fear of Thunder: Has a fear of thunderstorms according to "Private Life", something he tried to keep a secret from everybody else, until told by Rosa that she's fully aware of this.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Chiko.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: As self-centered and insensitive as he can be, he is still a decent guy.
- Keet: One of his main traits is that he's the most hyperactive and happy-go-lucky character in the cast.
- Kid-Appeal Character: He and Chiko were quite clearly created as this, being the youngest of the nine main characters intended as role models for kids. They were originally positioned as THE main characters, and didn't miss a single episode until "Mountains and Candies".
- Large Ham: He likes to be loud and cocky, and often insists he's right. Being voiced by Dan Green at one point helps.
- The Leader: The early episodes often had him take this role. Even when Chiko was chosen to be this in "The Flash Mob Boss", it was Krash who was in charge the whole time. This often gets him in argues with Rosa, who also likes to order others.
- Living Toy: In Panda and Krash spin-off, not connected to this series aside from the presence of Krash himself. This, of course, explains the show's general setting (a toy store in Moscow) and why other characters from the series are never brought up.
- Lucky Rabbit's Foot: In "Rabbit's Foot", Olga tells him that his can control luck, which he doesn't take seriously until after a streak of unfortunate events. He spends most of the episode trying to come up with the way to control it.
- Pink Girl, Blue Boy: The Blue Boy to Rosa's Pink Girl.
- Rascally Rabbit: He's usually the most mischevious of the nine. He is known for occasionally setting up the fireworks only to end up accidentslly causing property damage. This is also noticable in the third movie, where Carlin recalls three separate times Krash ruined their holiday celebrations while trying to make the atmosphere less "boring".
- Trademark Favorite Food: Carrots, natch. He got a whole cellar of them in his house.
Chiko (Ёжик, Yozhik)
AKA Chikoriki (4Kids); Joshi (BalloonToons)
Voiced by: Anton Vinogradov [Episodes 1 to 13], Vladimir Postnikov [Episode 14 onwards], Mikhail Chernyak ["Archaeologist's Day"] (Russian), Jason Griffith [4Kids], Richard Ian Cox [Studio 100, Season 2], Marc Thompson [Animated Films and FUN Union] (English)
Birthday: February 14A magenta Hedgehog, Krash's quiet, introverted friend with glasses who is interested in collections.
- Abandoned Catchphrase: Initially had a habit of mixing up his sentences with Tak skazat' ("So to say"). This was abandoned 8 episodes in.
- Asian and Nerdy: In one of the episodes, Chiko is revealed to be an Indochinese hedgehog. However, he is only mistaken to be such for his squinting once Krash and Dokko wake him up, so it's ambiguous.
- Best Friend: To Krash. The two are the only ones to live next door to each other, and are most often shown hanging out together.
- Blind Without 'Em: Seems to have a poor vision, as he starts intensely blinking should his glasses be taken off.
- Collector of the Strange: Chiko collects candy wrappers and cacti, and treats them as a very Serious Business.
- A Dog Named "Dog": His original Russian name basically translates as "Hedgehog".
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Krash.
- I Am Not Weasel: In the English dub of Team Invincible, Pin often calls him a porcupine instead of hedgehog, something he never does anywhere else. Justified, since Team Invincible is a prequel where the two meet each other for the first time.
- Kid-Appeal Character: Just like his friend Krash, he was originally this. While Krash could resonate with more enegetic and hyperactive kids, Chiko was set to appeal to more calm and educated ones.
- Sidekick: As Krash's Best Friend, he often serves this role to him, often because Krash likes to be The Leader.
- Smart People Wear Glasses: While he's nowhere nearly as smart as someone like Dokko, the glasses help establish him as the smart and compitent one in a team with Krash.
Rosa (Нюша, Nyusha)
AKA Rosariki (4Kids); Pinky (BalloonToons)
Voiced by: Svetlana Pismichenko, Kseniya Brzhezovskaya [Occasional replacement], Yulia Rudina ["The Great Cleaning"] (Russian), Kether Donohue [4Kids], Tabitha St. Germain [Studio 100, Season 2], Lisa Ortiz [Team Invincible], Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld [Golden Dragon, Deja Vu and FUN Union]
Birthday: July 13A pink pig, girl obsessed with beauty and dreams of a handsome prince.
- Brainy Pig: She becomes one in PinCode episode "A Second Before..." while trying to save the crew from exploding star after getting frozen in time with Krash. She even starts wearing Chiko's glasses. Status Quo Is God for her inteligence though, since a side-effect of stopping time is not being able to remember anything that happened after unpausing it.
- Comical Overreaction: She can cry for hours even if her little mirror is broken and be angry for days for a small disagreement. Sometimes it gets exaggerated too such as in one episode she literally flood the entire planet and wasn't stopping singing and dancing for days.
- Facial Markings: Her cheeks are covered with heart-shaped flushes.
- Girls Love Stuffed Animals: Her favorite toy is Tuzya/Shnooky, a dog plush.
- Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak: According to "Material Instinct" and few of the following episodes, she always wins against other characters at table tennis and never played with dolls in her life, preferring "games for boys" instead, despite having various other girlish interests.
- I Have Many Names: In "Her name was Rosa", she decides to change her name, and switches between them on the go. Eventually, she finds it difficult to find one that would perfectly describe her, so Krash and Chiko decide to help and give her an Overly Long Name. In the end, she decides to keep an old one.
- It's All About Me: She can be self-absorbed and selfish at times, such as treating her friends at times if something is not how she imagined it.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She can be self-absorbed and jerkish but her heart is in right place.
- Pink Girl, Blue Boy: The Pink Girl to Krash's Blue Boy.
- Pink Means Feminine: She is a girl with primary pink-color who loves fashion and tales about princesses.
- Princess Phase: She really loves imagining herself a princess, often waiting for her prince to arrive. In fact, she wants her prince so much, she becomes much kinder to someone, if she's told that they're secretly a prince, as happened with Dokko in "Incognito". Her Establishing Character Moment in her debut episode, "A Prince for Rosa", has her express how much she's into this trope.Rosa: Must be super great to be a princess. Strong, handsome knights always going on daring quests to gain your notice. Hey, I wonder if... some knights will go questing for me if I encourage them.
- Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: Energetic Girl to Wally's Savvy Guy.
- Sweet Tooth: She likes sweets so much, Wally has it as a requirement to bring some when he wants to spend time on the swings with her. Best shown in "Dolce Vita", where her friends give her a chocolate-producing machine, which she uses to an extreme degree, flooding the whole valley with a chocolate.
AKA Ottoriki (4Kids)
Voiced by: Mikhail Chernyak, Sergey Mardar ["The Disco Dancer"] (Russian), Bryan Fenkart [4Kids], Brian Drummond [Studio 100, Season 2], Tyler Bunch [Team Invincible and Golden Dragon], William Hackett-Jones [Deja Vu], Mike Pollock [FUN Union] (English)
Birthday: August 9A black and white penguin, self-taught, unreliable inventor with German-like origins.
- Ace Pilot: He owns a plane, a rocket ship and a submarine, all of which he can pilot well. PinCode adds Umflier to the mix.
- Bungling Inventor: Occasionally dips into this, usually because his inventions work better than they were intended to. Those include (but not limited to) a robotic nanny, which not only looks scary, but thinks everyone is in need of babysitting, a fog-producing machine that covered the whole valley with it, and an indestructible slot machine that made half of the cast gamble all of their belongings.
- The Captain: PinCode spin-off advertises him as the one in charge of Umflier.
- Captain Crash: If Pin is driving on his plane, he's very likely to crash it, usually due to unforseen accidents. There were some instances where he had a safe landing, however.
- Fanboy: Of a titular foreign singer in New Season's "Cossette's Fan Club". He has a huge collection of discs and articles with her and considers her the greatest singer of all time.
- Gadgeteer Genius: He's the mechanic of the island, often creates and fixes various useful inventions.
- Herr Doktor: Although he specializes in inventions more than science, he is German, smart and speaks with an accent stereotypical for this trope.
- Out of Focus: He rarely appears in the original show, even when most of the characters are present in an episode. One of the more prominent examples is "If You're Going to Cry", where Pin only appears in one scene and has one line, after which he disappears from the rest of the episode.
- Politically Incorrect Hero: At least in the original Russian version. He frequently shows some sexist tendencies (usually to Rosa) - mostly, that girls cannot pilot things. That said, he doesn't have any evil motives behind this or intentions to offend anyone and gets proven wrong practically every time.
- Signature Headgear: His pilot hat with burgundy glasses, signifying him as a mechanic and a pilot.
Barry (Копатыч, Kopatych)
AKA Boboriki (4Kids); Berry (BalloonToons)
Voiced by: Mikhail Chernyak (Russian), David Wills [4Kids], Scott McNeil [Studio 100, Season 2], Mike Pollock [Animated Films and FUN Union] (English)
Birthday: October 8An orange bear, a strong honey-loving farmer with a huge heart.
- Beary Friendly: He's quiet and gentle farmer and is friends with the rest of the cast.
- Catchphrase: "I'll be stung by a bee"/"Ain't that a stinger". For season 2 of PinCode it was mostly replaced with "I'll be darned", due to change in the translation team.
- Gentle Giant: Barry is very strong and has a huge heart.
- Furry Reminder: Like real bears, he still has to hibernate each winter. That said, some episodes that take place during New Year imply that he occasionally wakes up from slumber to celebrate with his friends.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Dokko.
- Hidden Depths: He's an amazing disco dancer and teaches Wally in preparation for dancing contest.
- Like Father, Unlike Son: His kind personality is the opposite of his father's, as shown in "The Real Bear". He tries to change it and become more like his dad over the course of the episode.
- Meaningful Name: His Russian name come from kopat' (dig). Sure enough, he's often seen digging his garden.
- Odd Name Out: In Russian version he's the only main character whose name isn't based on his animal species in some way. Instead, he has a Meaningful Name.
- Signature Headgear: A yellow farmer's hat on his head. This even gets played with in New Season's "The Hat", where his personality changes when wearing other hats.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Has a huge obsession with honey. He even bets Dokko for a huge barrel filled with it in Deja Vu.
Olga (Совунья, Sovunya)
AKA Olgariki (4Kids)
Voiced by: Sergey Mardar (Russian), Bella Hudson [4Kids], Tabitha St. Germain [Studio 100, Season 2], Sondra James [Animated Films] (English)
Birthday: September 15A purple owl, archetypical Russian country grandma known for her cure-all home-made medicine and love for sports.
- Character Exaggeration: While she was a DJ in a single episode, "The Disco Dancer", 4Kids dub presented it as one of her main hobbies. This likely has to do with "GoTunes" after each episode, which are hosted by her.
- The Chosen One: "The Keeper" reveals that she came from a family, whose duty is to keep the control of Earth's magnetic pole. Very fittingly, when it starts disorienting, she saves the world from a disaster.
- Cool Old Lady: She's acts as the voice of reason and the most athletic member of the cast.
- Fitness Nut: One of her main traits. Being The Medic, she takes health very seriously, and considers sports to be one of the main ways of keeping one in good condition.
- The Klutz: As proficient she is at cooking and housekeeping, she's quite often shown to be clumsy.
- The Medic: When someone gets ill, she will always be the one curing them.
- The Owl-Knowing One: Despite being a comedic character, she is still a Cool Old Lady with worldly wisdom.
- Verbal Tic: Often makes a short laugh in the middle of her speech, despite claiming that she got rid of that habit.
Dokko (Лосяш, Losyash)
AKA Docoriki (4Kids); ElDoc (BalloonToons)
Voiced by: Mikhail Chernyak (Russian), David Wills [4Kids], Brian Drummond [Studio 100, Season 2], Tyler Bunch [Animated Films and FUN Union] (English)
Birthday: May 25A yellow moose, a theoretical scientist, albeit with occasional odd interest in such unscientific things as astrology and shamanism.
- Agent Scully: Because he is a scientist, he doesn't believe in anything "Unscientific" and seeks a realistic explanation whenever something unusual happens. For example, in "Generous Sky" he tries to justify recent rains of frogs, carrots and squash dip as a tornado that went through a swamp/carrot and squash fields but died down and rained everything it swallowed on KikoRiki Island.
- Big Eater: He's able to eat all the food for the entire week in one single day, as told in "Bad Manners".
- Bookworm: His house is one huge library. He's often seen reading his books and is quite intelligent.
- Catchphrase: Two of them. "Fenomenal!" and "My (adjective) friend...". They double as Shout Outs to Space Mowgli and The Garage (1980) respectively.
- Dreadful Musician: He likes music, but isn't capable of playing on any instrument, as seen in several episodes.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Barry.
- In Touch with His Feminine Side: Dokko is implied to have feminine traits in many episodes. In "The Butterfly", he got dressed as a butterfly, acting feminine while doing so, in "Who Framed Krash the Rabbit", he has a dress in his closet, and in "Go Down in History", Barry wanted to learn the meaning of the word "leggings" ("dubstep" in the English dub) in Dokko's dictionary, and found that the page with the word was torn out, which could mean that Dokko kept it to himself.
- Lethal Chef: Downplayed in "Gastronomy". His dishes made of fruits and vegetables aren't received well by Krash, Chiko and even Dokko himself, but they aren't exactly dangerous as Barry was able to eat all of it.
- Omnidisciplinary Scientist: He is an astronomer by education, but at the same time he is a very capable chemist, has received the Nobel Prize in physiology and medicine and is generally versed in almost all sciences except clinical medicine and mechanics.
- Reformed Bully: "The Savage Clone" reveals that he was a hulligan at young age, but realized his mistakes and became a Nice Guy he currently is.
- Trademark Favourite Food: He's often seen eating butterbrots with cheese and ham.
Wally (Бараш, Barash)
AKA Wolliriki (4Kids); Fluff (BalloonToons)
Voiced by: Vadim Bochanov (Russian), Wayne Grayson [4Kids, Animated Films and FUN Union], Richard Ian Cox [Studio 100, Season 2] (English)
Birthday: April 29A lavender ram, poet with a crush on Rosa and unreliable inspiration.
- Attractive Bent-Gender: In "Female Secrets", he dresses up as his sister to learn Rosa's secrets, successfully at that. Krash doesn't recognize his friend either, and even becomes smitten.
- Butt-Monkey: Perhaps the unluckiest character in the show. Generally, when somebody who doesn't play a significant role in the episode needs to be hurt for comedic purposes, he is often the one who ends up taking this spot. ("April Fools Day", "Ice", "New Year's Mess", "My Dear Chiko") And even in some episodes where he is a main character ("La", "Bon Voyage, Wally!", "Pancake Week", "Who's Pulling the Strings?", etc.) he's put through some kind of suffering. Even when he was given A Day in the Limelight in Legend of the Golden Dragon, he becomes the victim of Celestial Deadline by accidentally swapping minds with a caterpillar.
- Dogged Nice Guy: Often turns into this when near Rosa. What she thinks of him depends on the episode.
- The Night Owl: Various episodes show him working on his poems at night. This becomes a plot point in "The Inner Clock", where he agreed to have a day out at the beach with friends, but overslept due to staying late.
- Non-Standard Character Design: Downplayed. His wool is given a lot of emphasis, making him appear more cloud-shaped than round. One time his wool was shaved off◊ in New Season's "Wool", his body appears to be just as round as everybody else is.
- Only Sane Man: In Team Invincible, out of all main characters (not counting Barry and Pin, as they haven't met yet), he's the only one who finds his friends' decision to travel to the city and help Lucien fight the crime absurd. He was also shown to be the only one aware that Lucien Show tells fictional stories, as when the Barry tells KikoRiki one last time that he was just playing Lucien and will not be able to save Chiko, Wally (as the one who was the first to meet and see him retire from the show) confirms that he really is just an actor.
- Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: Savvy Guy to Rosa's Energetic Girl.
- Sensitive Artist: His main hobby is a poetry. He's also the most emotional of the nine and prone to mood swings and breakdowns.
- Vocal Evolution: In the very first English dub by 4Kids, Wayne Grayson's take on the character was more deep and emotionless, making him sound perpetually depressed. Notably, when he had to yell or express better range of emotions, he used to change his voice tone. In Team Invincible, he gave Wally more sheepish and lively voice, which stuck with him for the other two movies and the FUN Union dub of the series.
Carlin (Кар-Карыч, Kar-Karych)
AKA Bigoriki (4Kids); BigBig (BalloonToons)
Voiced by: Sergey Kuznetsov ["A Prince for Rosa"], Sergey Mardar (Russian), Mike Pollock [4Kids, Animated Films and FUN Union], Scott McNeil [Studio 100, Season 2] (English)
Birthday: March 3 noteA dark-blue crow, retired traveling artist with an obsession with doing things with style.
- Clever Crows: He often helps younger characters and gladly tells other about his past experiences.
- Consummate Liar: Is hinted to be this several times. In "Archaeology" he managed to convince Krash and Chiko that there's a treasure in Barry's garden, which turns out to be true by sheer coincidence. In "The Suitcase" he tells a story about his violin, which he played to a tride of natives, telling that they couldn't live a single day without his music, but he had to leave due to unspecified circumstances, which others believe. Images presented to the viewer show that in reality they didn't like his music at all and kicked him out.
- Crazy-Prepared: "Preventive Measures" shows that he brings a lot of tools with him, which come in handy on the misadventure he's been through with Barry over the course of the episode.
- Elegant Classical Musician: Can play on many musical instruments, but he's most often seen with a piano.
- Forgetful Jones: Isn't usually one, but in 4Kids dub, Dokko claims that his memory is the "one thing that this showman extraordinaire can't seem to master". This is only really shown in "The Forgotten Tale", where he couldn't remember a story of him jumping over puddles, so his memory issues come off as an Informed Flaw.
- Super Hearing: As shown in "No Mercy" and "Perfect Ear", he can hear from very far away. In the latter, Wally, Krash, Chiko and Rosa try to use it to their advantage.
The Iron Nanny
The Iron Nanny (Железная няня)
Voiced by: Mikhail Chernyak ["Rise of the Machine"] (Russian)A robot made by Pin to take care of Krash and Chiko, which, for unknown reason, malfunctioned and tried to babysit the three to death. She made her first appearance in the titular episode, and made recurring appearances in the franchise.
- Call-Forward: In The Stinger of Team Invincible, Eugene (Barry's old friend) mentioned that he captured the robbers using the same method from the episode 637 of the Lucien Show, "Iron Nanny's Hugs" (in the English dub, the episode's number is 112, and is instead called "The Case of The Super-Glued Steering Wheel).
- Babysitter from Hell: For sure. She was a threat to Krash, Chiko and Pin in her first appearance, although she got nicer after that.
- New Job as the Plot Demands: Besides being a babysitter, she also worked as a cleaner, a chef, an actress in Krash's movie, heck, even a fairy.
Masked Minstrel (Черный Ловелас, Black Lovelace)
AKA Shadow Prince Lovermore (4Kids)
Voiced by: Anton Vinogradov (Russian), Eric Stuart [4Kids] (English)A mysterious stranger whose music can steal women's hearts, and whom Rosa loves dearly and is waiting for his return to this day. He first appeared in "A Story for Rosa", becoming a recurring character later on.
- The Charmer: He can apparently seduce women with his music.
- Dark Is Not Evil: In spite of being shrouded in darkness, Masked Minstrel is revealed to be a polite and gentle person.
- Non-Standard Character Design: He is shown to have a humanoid appearance unlike the ball-shaped bodies other characters have.
- Real After All: Even though it seems the story told by Krash and Chiko about him is made up, he appears in reality a few times.
- Shout-Out: The Masked Minstrel looks like Richie Blackmore from the cover of "Stranger in Us All" album. He plays Sarabande A minor from Vladimir Kuznetsov and Associates, a guitar variation of Suite No. 4 by Georg Handel.
- Sinister Silhouettes: We only see him from the shadows, even during the day.
Dokko's Clone (Клон Лосяша)
Voiced by : Anton Vinogradov, Mikhail Chernyak [PinCode: Finances' "Press Enter"] (Russian), David Wills [4Kids], Tyler Bunch [FUN Union] (English)A hooligan clone of Dokko, who made him while in his youth so he would have a partner-in-crime. After becoming much nicer and leaving the town he lived in, the clone returned, trying to get back on his creator. He first appeared in "The Savage Clone", making subsequent appearances in PinCode's "The Universe is Under Supervision" and it's Finances add-on episode "Press Enter".
- Ambiguous Situation: It's unknown how Pin managed to free Dokko and put the clone back in the submarine, considering that it was auto-piloted. (Although the "Multcollection" book adaptaition of the episode revealed that Clone was the one sent in the submarine, and Dokko pretended to be him to prank Pin.) Considering that the clone looks messy in his second appearance, he might have been sent to Pin's hometown, but got into a fight, escaping in the process.
- Duplicate Divergence: Inverted morally - Clone never changed, but Dokko became a nicer person. Played straight in terms of design, as he was nearly identical in his first appearance, but got a black eye and a patch on his back, as well as missing a tooth, making him easier to distinguish from his creator.
- Evil Doppelgänger: Not exactly evil, just mischievous, but still fits into that category.
- In-Series Nickname: Comes up with a nickname for Pin, and for the most part refers to him as Chipolino (Russian and some of the cyrilic language dubs, such as Ukrainian)/Pinochio (Most foreign dubs)/Goofball (In 4Kids version)
- Identity Impersonator: Does this at the end of his debut episode, capturing Dokko and sending him in a submarine to Pin's hometown. Pin himself somehow didn't notice.Dokko's Clone (to Pin): Well, I don't know about that, dweeb. We're both kinda stubborn...
- Perma-Stubble: Has a five-o-clock shadow in his second appearance.
AKA Roboriki (4Kids)
A Robot Buddy created by Pin when he was lonely.
- Artificial Family Member: He and Pin see each other as son and father. Averted in 4Kids dub, where Pin only refers to him as a friend.
- Intelligible Unintelligible: He only speaks in beeping sounds (Fortran 4 programming language, according to "The Census is a Collective Matter" special), yet everybody can understand him.
- Recurring Character: He's the single most appearing minor character, even going as far as appearing in the intros for New Adventures and New Season.
- Ridiculously Human Robots: Robot that has a mind of child is an one thing, but he's also frequently shows more human-like traits like blushing. One of the New Season episodes, "Favourite Grandson", reveals that he is ticklish, which surprises Pin, as he didn't program Bibi to react to tickles.
- Rollerblade Good: He's a type of robot with wheels for feet.
- Token Robot: He's the most recurring minor character and one of Pin's finest creations.
- What Measure Is a Non-Human?: AVERTED VERY HARD. The main cast (especially Pin) think and treat him like a part of their family. They're also very devastated when something's bad happening to him. Initially played straight by Krash, who couldn't understand why Pin even built him, but eventually warmed up.
Voiced by: Kseniya Brzhezovskaya (Russian)A white and black panda introduced in The New Adventures, Barry's niece from town, who visited her uncle for the summer.
- Ambiguously Related: While it's outright stated that Pandy is a daughter of Barry's sister, their different appearances might suggest that either her father or her mother, or even both of her parents are pandas.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Her first appearance happened in a music clip released on December 8, 2012, 3 months prior to her debut in New Adventures.
- Exotic Eye Designs: In "View from Above" 2D special her eyes are depicted the same way they were in CGI, as opposed to simplified eye design of other characters.
- Hidden Depths: Implied to have telekinesis in "Marmaduk".
- Pandaing to the Audience: The first panda character created for the franchise.
- Put on a Bus: After New Adventures, she's rarely seen outside of magazines or additional specials.
- Tomboy: Loves rock music and extreme activities.
Voiced by: Andrey Lyovin (Russian)A gray goose who lived with the KikoRiki as part of his mission to learn how to be happy, while tricking them into thinking he was their long-time friend. Appeared in the titular episode.
- Alien Among Us: He's a professor from another planet living on KikoRiki island to make a research on happiness.
- Backstory Invader: He apparently travelled with Krash and Chiko to see the flat Earth in "The Ends of the Earth" and rescued Wally from a well in "La".
- Benevolent Alien Invasion: He came to Earth to learn how to be happy.
- Canon Immigrant: He was originally a character from an earlier concept for the series called "Sweet Teeth", where he was a prototype of Pin. He was initially removed due to his long neck which ruined his round shape, but returned with a reworked appearance.
- Remember the New Guy?: Parodied. In his episode, he was presented as a long-time friend of the characters present in some previous events of the series. Krash is the only one who doesn't remember him and suspects there's something wrong, so he spies on him throughout the episode. Turns out he really was there all along, forced to erase memories of him from KikoRiki to avoid anyone finding out about alien interventions.
- Ret-Gone: Right before leaving the Earth, he erases the memory from all the main characters so they won't remember him, only leaving his trousers behind, which Olga promptly takes.
Holiday characters note
Voiced by: Vladimir Maslakov (Russian), Lee Tockar [Studio 100, Season 2], Tyler Bunch [FUN Union] (English)A yellow mouse and the symbol of 2008, making his first appearance in "New Year Mail".
- All There in the Manual: Wasn't named in the episodes he appeared in, and his name was only mentioned in promotional material. The first time he was mentioned by another character was in an "ABC's of Finances" episode. Since neither ABC's or promotional material made it overseas, he's No Name Given outside of Russia.
- Ascended Extra: Plays a major role in "ABC's of Finances" spin-off.
- Big Eater: In his debut episode he was presented being extremely hungry, and eats all the food in Rosa's house by the end of it.
- Brought to You by the Letter "S": In "New Year Fairytale", where he wears a cap with "M" on it.
- Eccentric Fashion Designer: Clearly knows nothing about fashion, yet tries to teach Rosa how to be fashionable by dressing her up in ridiculous outfits.
- Generation Xerox: His descendant who appears in PinCode's episode "Multi Cook" sells Olga the Multi Chef, a device which makes very addictive food, proving himself to be just as tricky as his ancestor.
- Identical Stranger: Seems to have one in New Season's "Tapper", who appears in a 1920's silent film Carlin played music to. May probably be the case of Identical Ancestor, but that's yet to be confirmed.
- Know-Nothing Know-It-All: Related to the above, has no idea what latest fashion is yet pretends he does in attempt to save his face.
- New Job as the Plot Demands: Appeared as a mail worker, a banker, a director, an actor and a member of the quarantine team.
- Nice Mice: Despite being tricky, he's still nice to other characters, especially in later appearances.
- The Voice: An odd example in the 4Kids dub. His episode wasn't translated, but he still made a voice cameo at the beginning of "The Triumph of Reason" (renamed to "Big Trouble") - Vladimir Maslakov's singing as Mysharik from that undubbed episode can be heard on the radio, before Rosa switches to the news report.
- Your Size May Vary: Was smaller than other characters when he first appeared, and later gradually became the same size as the rest of the cast.
Mulya and Munya
Mulya/Mulentiy (Муля/Мулентий) and Munya/Munevra (Муня/Муневра)
Mulya voiced by : Valeriy Solovyev, (Russian), Scott McNeil [Studio 100, Season 2] (English)
Munya voiced by : Elena Shulman (Russian), Kathleen Barr [Studio 100, Season 2] (English)A pair of married cattles from 1808, who accidentally got transported to the present. Symbols of 2009, making their first appearance in "The Grandmother Effect" trilogy.
- Accidental Time Travel: Barry's clock given to him on his birthday functioned as a time machine and brought them both into the present.
- All There in the Manual: Munya's name wasn't mentioned in the episode, but in promotional material.
- Bicolor Cows, Solid Color Bulls: Mulya is a male brown bull, Munya is a female white and black cow.
- Brutish Bulls: Mulya, while calm but strict, can become very angry when provoked.
- Fish out of Temporal Water: Due to being transported 200 years in the future, Mulya wonders why their land has changed so much, eventually coming to the conclusion that their "peasants" burned it down, confusing Chiko's soccer ball for "knocking apples down from the trees", and calling Barry a blacksmith.
- Fling a Light into the Future: After thinking the KikoRiki burned their land, Mulya tries to educate them, and after returning to his time, decides to write an educational program, which, according to Dokko, can change the future so they would've never existed. Gladly, he forgot to do that.
Tigress (Тигриция, Tigritsia)
Voiced by : Anna Geller (Russian), Kathleen Barr [Studio 100, Season 2] (English)An orange tigress, an actress who accidentally arrives in KikoRiki while thinking it's a film set, making Wally, Carlin and Barry fall for her. A symbol of 2010, making her first appearance in "New Year Fairytale"
- Distracted by the Sexy: Wally, Carlin and Barry all obey to her demands.
- Identical Stranger: Seems to have one in New Season's "Tapper", who appears in a 1920's silent film Carlin played music to. May probably be the case of Identical Ancestor, but that's yet to be confirmed.
- Likes Older Men: Seduces Carlin, who is very old, and Barry, who is middle aged.
- Off-Model: In "View from Above" special, she's colored faded yellow instead of her usual orange color.
Crunch (Хрум, Khrum)
Voiced by: Kseniya Brzhezovskaya (Russian)A green candy-loving baby dragon that Krash befriends. A symbol of 2012, making his first appearance in "Crunch".
- Older Than They Look: Can breathe fire, which Chiko says dragons can do if they're over a thousand years old, despite him acting like a child.
- Sweet Tooth: Seems like candy is his only diet, though he can get sick from it if he eats too much.
- Two First Names: Is called Crunch by Krash and Crunchypoo by Rosa.
Voiced by: Saule Iskakova (Russian)A young snake who dreams of becoming a great singer. A symbol of 2013, appearing in New Adventures' "Shusha".
- Glass-Shattering Sound: Her singing shatters Carlin's vase.
- Off-Model: She looks like an ordinary cartoon snake, given that her round shape is technically her head and not her body, making her stand out from other round characters.
- Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: She speaks with an Ukrainian accent, which is gone when she's singing.
- Sssssnake Talk: Justified, since she's, well, a snake.
Winnie and Winnie 2. 0
Winnie (Игогоша, Igogosha) and Winnie 2.0 (Игогоша 2.0, Igogosha 2.0)
Voiced by: Yulia Rudina (Russian), Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld (English)A young brown horse who works as a news reporter in the city. A symbol of 2014, who appeared in New Adventures ' "New Year Broadcast". She also has a robotic clone made by Pin, who was sent in the future during the upgraded Umflier's malfunction, who appeared in PinCode's "Secret of Perfection".
- The Captain: Winnie 2.0 was initially planned to be one for Spaceship Mark Two.
- Ditching the Dub Names: "The Secret of Perfection" changed her name back to Igogosha, despite being named Winnie in New Adventures, which was dubbed by the same studio.
- Human-Interest Story: She arrives in the valley to report the news about the KikoRiki's traditions.
- Robot Me: Winnie 2.0 is a perfectly symmetrical clone of Winnie made by Pin to be a pilot of Spaceship Mark Two, an upgraded version of the Umflier. However, once Krash and Chiko corrupt her with their happy-go-lucky attitude, she accidentally transports the ship 1000 years into the future, being unable to return.
- Pointless Band-Aid: Winnie 2.0 as one on her cheek, which doesn't really do anything.
- Ridiculously Human Robots: After her encounter with Krash and Chiko, Winnie 2.0 becomes goofy and fun-loving like them, being initially programmed to simply be a pilot for the new spaceship.
- Well-Trained, but Inexperienced: She loves her job as a news reporter, but can't do anything right. She forgot to turn on the camera when she was trying to record the others, and thinks she was sent to the KikoRiki because it was the easiest interview possible for her.
Welma (Баранка, Baranka)
Voiced by: Vadim Bochanov [while in her body] (Russian)A counterpart of Wally from a Gender-Bent Alternate Universe, and a symbol of 2015. She appears in PinCode's "Year of the Sheep" and a three-part episode "Fellow Human Beings".
- Ambiguous Situation: Wally somehow ended up in her body after transporting the Umflier to her reality. It's unknown if Welma herself got the same treatment.
- Doppelgänger Dating: Wally flirts with her in the third part of "Fellow Human Beings".
- Distaff Counterpart: To Wally, obviously.
- "Freaky Friday" Flip: Wally ended up in her body following his trip to her reality.
Voiced by: Kseniya Brzhezovskaya (Russian)A hyperactive and cheerful monkey. A symbol of 2016, making her first appearance in "New Year's Mess" 2D special.
- Expy: She's often compared to Masha from another Russian cartoon, Masha and the Bear. This is even supported by Dmitry Yakovenko, the writer of the episode, who wanted to make a slapstick episode in the style of that show.
- Mischief-Making Monkey: Unintentionally crashes Dokko's house, throws a plate full of boiling water into Wally, and messes with Chiko in his dreams in "Insomnia".
- Mysterious Past: While other holiday characters have established backstories and a reason for their arrival to the KikoRiki, Fisa literally appears out of nowhere, shakes things up in Dokko's house, and then leaves.
- Or Was It a Dream?: In PinCode's "Insomnia", she throws snowballs in Chiko's dreams, making him frustrated. Olga advises that he should become friends with her. He eventually does this, while Krash and Olga watch them from the Umflier, which implies that these events did happen in reality.
Voiced by: Andrey Lyovin, Kseniya Brzhezovskaya ["View from Above"] (Russian)A snarky and adventurous yellow chick who wants to become a dinosaur. The symbol of 2017, making his first appearance in PinCode's "Pete of the Jurasic Period".
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: He eats a GMO-induced carrot and becomes big like Barry once did, destroying half of the forest. He eventually shrinks back to normal.
- I Just Want to Be Badass: Wants to become a dinosaur after learning that birds evolved from feathered dinosaurs.
- "I Want" Song: One is played as he destroys the forest after becoming big.
- Not-So-Imaginary Friend: KikoRiki assume he was made up by Chiko as an excuse for breaking Dokko's egg. Peter himself deliberately avoids revealing himself to everyone else until he can find a way to become a dinosaur.
- Take Over the World: Claims this to be his goal after becoming a giant dinosaur.
Movie characters (Unmarked spoilers!)
Voiced by: Stanislav Kontsevich (Russian)A rhino who was a creator of the Lucien Show and secretly a criminal boss. Appeared in Team Invincible as the overall antagonist of the film.
- All There in the Manual: His name was only mentioned in the scrolling text during the news report of the original Russian version. All other material only refer to him as "Boss".
- Inside Job: With the help of his two goons, he steals several valuables from the paleontology museum.
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Delivers a big and harsh one to Barry.Barry: Good luck doing the show. I'm going home.Boss: Going home? I have one question: what home is that? Sorry, we're selling your house! HA! Idiot! You should've read your contract, you've got nothing without us! No home, or car, or savings, or pension! You owe us so much, you'll be working for us until the great big hibernation in the sky! You're through! You've got nothing, nada, bupkis, bear! You'll be paying it off for the rest of your miserable life! You'll never be free from us, pow boy! Forget it, you messed with the wrong rhino, you fur-covered bag of fertilizer! That's it, i win and don't you forget it!
- Villain with Good Publicity: His "Lucien Show" was a success and he became trusted among the citizens. They are not aware of him using the show to distract everyone and commit thiefts, untill Wally's accidental footage of him accepting stolen goods from the robbers is shown to public.
Eugene/Dr. Caligari (Гусен/Доктор Калигари, Gusen)
Voiced by: Mikhail Khrustalyov (Russian), Dan Green (English)A goose who is Barry's old friend and the actor in the Lucien Show, playing Dr. Caligari. Appeared in Team Invincible.
- All There in the Manual: His real name is only mentioned in promotional material, as he's only referred to by his character's name. He is named in the English dub, however.
- …But I Play One on TV: In-Universe. The KikoRiki only arrive in Megapolis because they thought that Caligari is an actual threat, and not an actor. Even after finding out the truth, they still refer to Eugene as such.
- Classy Cane: Wields a cane when playing Caligari to give an impression of a classy villain. He barely uses it outside of his role.
- Crazy-Prepared: He has an entire prison plan prepped up for the KikoRiki's mission to work out perfectly.
- Mean Character, Nice Actor: He plays a villain in the fictional show. However, unlike his portrayal as Dr. Caligari, Eugine is a good friend of Barry, albeit a bit paranoid one.
- Shout-Out: The villain he plays is named after the Big Bad of The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. Like that Caligari, Eugene is initially presented as the main villain of this movie, only to avert this.
- The Strategist: Due to him playing a villain who made a thousand evil plans, he knows exactly how to bail Chiko and Pin out of prison. Some parts didn't go as well, however, so him buying train tickets for everyone to leave town safely was in vain.
Lara and Diesel
Lara (Лара) and Diesel (Дизель)
Lara voiced by: Elena Shulman (Russian), Shannon Conley (English)
Diesel voiced by: Dmitry Nagiev (Russian), Marc Thompson (English)A pair of tomb-raiding beavers who use Wally to get the natives' treasure. Appeared in Legend of The Golden Dragon as main antagonists of the film.
- Batman Gambit: They both trick Wally into getting his body back so Lara can switch minds with it using the Improverizor to get the natives' gold statue of the Golden Dragon, whom the natives assume to be Wally.
- Foolish Husband, Responsible Wife: Lara tries to do the job as perfect as possible, while Diesel always gets in her way and rarely does what he's told right.
- Loves Only Gold: Lara is obsessed with getting the natives' gold, and planned to use the Improverizor to get all the world's supply of it.
- Mad Bomber: Diesel loves solving things with dynamites.Diesel: When in doubt, blow things up!
- Obnoxious In-Laws: Lara's mother apparently dislikes Diesel, and disapproves Lara's marriage to him.
- Lara is the tomb raider. If that description makes you think of a certain other Lara, this is intentional.
- Diesel wears a hat with the Doom logo on it.
Chief (Вождь, Vozhdʹ)
Voiced by: Garik Harlamov (Russian), Marc Thompson (English)The chameleon ruler of the native settlement in the jungle who's not very competent at his job. Appears in Legend of the Golden Dragon.
- Bamboo Technology: Sleeps on a bamboo armchair which he conveniently keeps behind his back.
- Clueless Boss: Oblivious to the KikoRiki clearly trying to steal their god (Wally), and didn't notice the erupting tornado right behind him while talking about the dream he had.
- Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": He's a ruler of natives known only as Chief. This is also true for Russian version, where his name is literally "The Leader".
- Narrator All Along: The narrator in the opening of the film sounds suspiciously similar to him. Averted in the English dub, however, where the narrator is voiced by William Hackett-Jones.
- Really Fond of Sleeping: Spends most of the time napping.
Alec (Шустряк, Shustryak)
Voiced by: Vladimir Maslakov (Russian), Billy Bob Thompson (English)A chameleon who works as Chief's assistant. Appears in Legend of the Golden Dragon.
- Bamboo Technology: Wears bamboo glasses, which don't really do anything.
- Chameleon Camouflage: Does this as part of the ritual along with other natives.
- Hypercompetent Sidekick: Is clearly more responsible than his leader.
- Punny Name: His English name is a pun on "smart alec".
Mole/Junior Trainee Agent 3630 (Крот Агент/Стажёр 3630, Krot Agent/Stazhër 3630)
Voiced by: Pavel Derevyanko (Russian), William Hackett-Jones (English)A mole who works in the Deja Vu agency as an intern with dreams of becoming a full-time agent. Appeared in Deja Vu as a main antagonist of the film.
- Casual Danger Dialogue: Casually chats with the KikoRiki who he's about to murder.
- Disproportionate Retribution: The entire plot of the film happened because the Mole was angered at Krash who couldn't properly pay for the tour.
- Employee of the Month: Really wants to become one for Deja Vu agency. He's willing to do pretty much anything, even if he has to leave someone Trapped in the Past or kill them.
- Not-So-Well-Intentioned Extremist: At first, he claims to be trying to avoid time paradoxes by erasing all KikoRikis while they are in the Middle Ages, and one could be forgiven for sympathizing with him for this. However, his attempts to get back at Krash are ultimately driven out of spite from not getting paid for the first trip, and his desire to get a promotion.
- Trapped in the Past: Threatens to do this to KikoRiki after Krash is not able to pay for his service. Ironically, this is what happens to him at the end of the movie, where he becomes stuck in the Mesozoic Era with Chrono-Clicker destroyed by the frog dinosaur and no means of going back to the present.
Shark (Шорк, Shork)
Voiced by: Anton Vinogradov [pre-Mesozoic Era], Mikhail Khrustalyov [post-Mesozoic Era] (Russian), Peter Linz [pre-Mesozoic Era], William Hackett-Jones [post-Mesozoic Era] (English)A time paradox created by Krash travelling five minutes into the past and later thrown into the Mesozoic era, where he became older, grumpier and regretful of his past actions. Appeared in Deja Vu as a deuteragonist of the film.
- Alternative-Self Name-Change: Krash decides to give him a Sdrawkcab Name. He initially uses it as an insult, but the name sticks.
- Future Badass: Was thrown into the past, where he spent many years trying to survive for his life. This changed him from a wacky keet we know Krash as into a serious and competent character, who was the leading wheel and saved his friends from trouble several times over the course of the movie.
- Meaningful Rename: He was originally was called, looked and behaved the exact same as Krash. Being trapped in Mesozoic Era for several years caused him to become an opposite of what Krash used to be, which was further emphasized by a new name Krash gives him: Shark
- Other Me Annoys Me: Alongside I Hate Past Me. Being smarter alternate version of him, he disliked Krash at first due to his goofy attitude, and Krash shared similar hatred towards him, thinking he's just as boring as the rest of his friends. They later get on better terms with each other.
- Ret-Gone: Due to being a time paradox, the Deja Vu agency erases him from history. Krash still remembers him, however.
- Sdrawkcab Name: Initially refered to as Krash, but the original Krash later gives him the new name by spelling his own backwards, in attempt to call him out on becoming a complete opposite of what he used to be.
- Temporal Paradox: Krash created him due to the Mole offering him to travel into the five minutes' past to demonstrate how the Chrono-Clicker works.
- Unexplained Accent: In the English dub. Due to being voiced by William-Hackett Jones, who is British, he sounds nothing like Peter Linz' Krash. The latter even lampshades this.Krash: Hey, what's with the weird accent? [puts on a stereotypical British accent] Oh, this time travel is really done a number on your brain, I'd say!
Woof-Woof Dios Mio Battle
Woof-Woof Dios Mio Battle (Маракучос/Триос Грингос из Мексикос, Marakuchos/Trios Greenos iz Meksikos)
Voiced by: Andrey Shamin [Mal], Sergey Vasilyev [Malo], Sergey Mardar [Bueno] (Russian)A trio of Mexican dogs who act as performers during the Deja Vu agency tours and the Mole's assistants. Appeared in Deja Vu.
- Ascended Fanboy: In the magazine based on the film, Bueno (named Jose) was first just a client of the Deja Vu agency.
- Dashing Hispanic: Mal seems to be this. He first flirts with Olga, and later with Rosa.
- Gratuitous Mariachi Band: Their sole defying trait. They don't have any impact on the plot (aside from traveling on the Chrono-Booth to the Ancient China, allowing Mole to continue his pursuit of KikoRiki), and only function as Rule of Funny.
- Gratuitous Spanish: They all speak Spanish for the entirety of the movie, although they can understand other characters.
- Sombrero Equals Mexican: They all wear those.
- Trapped in the Past: Share this fate with Mole at the end of the film, though they don't seem to mind.