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Characters from LEGO Alpha Team.

Alpha Team

Dash Justice

  • Awesome Mc Coolname
  • Cool Shades: In Mission Deep Freeze.
  • The Leader
  • Meaningful Name: Dash is the team's motions expert and fights for justice.
  • Obliviously Evil: Dash Justice has a brief moment of this in Evil Music when he starts playing a tune on Ogel's pipe organ, unaware that he's spawning storms as a result.
  • Perma-Stubble: Until Mission Deep Freeze.
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  • Write Who You Know: Not so much in character, but in physical appearance. LEGO Alpha Team lead designer Tom Mott revealed that Dash Justice was modeled after LEGO Executive Producer Tom Gillo.
    Tom Mott: A funny anecdote: When we redesigned the characters, we had a hard time getting Dash's character design approved. I finally told the character designer to just make him look as much like the LEGO Executive Producer (Tom Gillo) as possible. Tom loved Dash's new look — having no idea we were trying to make Dash look like him — and the character design was promptly approved.


Tee Vee

  • Designated Victim: In Into The Deep, wherein he is first destroyed by a Mutant Killer Whale and then gets captured by mutant sea creatures no less than a minute after being rebuilt. Although, in the Alpha Team Intelligence Database, Tee Vee denies that he was ever in danger.
    Tee Vee: "I was not almost lost in the maze of sea monsters. An Advanced Undersea Scout such as myself is never lost. My vehicle was merely being held captive by those mutant brutes."
  • Machine Monotone: Averted in the videogame, but Played Straight in the Mission Deep Sea online game Into The Deep.
  • Meaningful Name: Tee Vee's first appearance resembled a television on legs.
  • Mr. Exposition: In LEGO Alpha Team, wherein Tee Vee briefs the player on backstory and mission objectives.
  • Robot Antennae: Tee Vee's original design had these, in keeping with his television set-inspired appearance.
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  • Robot Buddy
  • You Don't Look Like You: Drastically changes in appearance between missions, from a television on legs to an undersea rover in Mission Deep Sea to an android in Mission Deep Freeze. Justified in that Tee Vee can download his consciousness into different robotic bodies.




Cam Attaway



  • The Engineer: Apparently, as he designed Alpha Team vehicles such as the Tundra Tracker.
  • The Ghost: Our knowledge of his existence comes from a single mention of his name in an issue of LEGO Magazine.
  • Meaningful Name: Gearbox is a vehicle designer.

Diamond Tooth




Evil Ogel

Ogel Drones

  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Courtesy of Ogel's Mind-Control Orbs.
  • Dem Bones: Possibly. We don't know for sure whether or not they have flesh beneath those uniforms.
  • Gas Mask Mooks: Zombie Barrel Pushers.
  • Elite Mooks:
    • The Ogel Shark Sub is piloted by an unique Skeleton Drone wearing a badge.
    • The Scorpion Orb Launcher is piloted by a Super Ice Drone, which looks like a normal Ice Drone with a black skull.
  • Everything's Deader with Zombies: They were even called "zombies" in the videogame and first wave of sets.
  • Evil Minions: Zombie Workers and Zombie Barrel Pushers, who operate equipment in Ogel's bases and ignore Alpha Team agents unless they interrupt their work.
  • The Guards Must Be Crazy: In the intro cutscene to LEGO Alpha Team, Dash easily distracts a zombie Guard by whistling. In the game itself, Guards will never leave their post and Troopers will never break formation, even if there is an Alpha Team agent in plain sight.
  • Hazmat Suit: Worn by Zombie Barrel Pushers.
  • Mooks
  • Obviously Evil
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: Their uniforms are always red and black.
  • Skull for a Head: Assuming they aren't completely skeletal underneath those uniforms.


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