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A list of characters from the Le Visiteur du Futur series.UNDER CONSTRUCTION. Help where needed. Pictures needed also.

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    Protagonists 

The Visitor

Raph

Tim and Leo

  • The Dividual: Good luck getting them seperately. Almost exaggerated when Stella leaves Raph for both of them in Season 3.
  • The Dog Was the Mastermind: They created the time Brigad in the future.
  • False Friend: In the original time brigad future.
  • Gender Bender: According to the Visitor, this might happen at some point in the future to one of them, as one of the diasters described in season 1 involves the child they had together. In one of the alternative futures triggered in season 3, Stella joins them after leaving Raph and marries with them both (including a gender change again).
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: In fact one the the possible futures has one of them changing his sex and marrying the other.
  • Only One Name
  • Those Two Guys

Henry Castafolte

Stella

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    The Time Brigad 

Matteo

  • The Alcoholic: He certainly loves beer.
  • Bi the Way: like everybody in the future. He has a crush on Judith but also feels attracted to Raph.
  • Bodyguard Crush: On Judith.
  • Dumb Muscle
  • Eyepatch After Timeskip
  • Karma Houdini: He killed a woman in season 2 and never suffers repercutions of this.
  • Heel–Face Turn: His and Judith's memories have been altered so they can join the Visitor's gang in season 2.
    • Heel–Face Revolving Door: He joins the Missionaries in season 3. Before leaving them again in the end of the season, after Judith's death.
  • Mistreatment-Induced Betrayal: He eventually betrays the Visitor's gang to join the Missionaries after hearing Judith in front of the other members of the team openly mocking the possibility of them forming a couple, despite being lovers when they are alone.
  • Token Good Teammate: When he serves the Missionaries in season 3. He is genuinely convinced their methods are more efficient than the Visitor's while following a similar goal, is very reluctant to confront his former colleagues when the Missionaries and the Visitor's gang happen to be on the same target, and is obviously very reluctant to fight againt Judith in the end of the seaon. Eventually, he snaps after hearing Dario Lombardi gloating about how he killed Judith, and immediately changes side again.

Judith

The Founders

  • Batman Gambit: Played for laugh; they recruited Matteo for his incompetence, reasonning that he sucked so much at everything he tried that you could anticipate everything that would happen just by assuming he would fail.
  • Bigger Bad
  • The Chessmaster
  • The Dividual: We only learn in the finale that there are actually two of them.
  • The Dog Was the Mastermind: They are Tim and Leo
  • He Who Must Not Be Seen: Parodied; the reason they don't show their true face is because they feel like they are too old and ugly to be seen.
  • Irony: They initially created the Time machine in an attempt to save Ralph from being murdered, but, after realizing this was probably impossible due to the temporal paradoxe that it would cause, they created the Time Brigad instead. Since Ralph's murder was what motivated them into creating in the first place, they ended up manipulating events to ensure he would get murdered, such trying to cause exactly what they wanted to prevent in the first place.
  • Walking Spoiler

    The Lombardi 

Tropes Applying to the Lombardi as a whole:

  • Anti-Villain: Technically, all they want is survive; the reason they are antagonistic to the Visitor is because their family's history is deeply connected to all the cataclysmic events he is trying to cancel, meaning he might eventually erase them from reality. Still, they aren't exactly the nicest persons.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: Start out as a bunch of homeless siblings from the future. After they got their hands on a time machine, they use it to travel in time, get money and hire an entire army of bodyguards.
  • Gray and Grey Morality
  • Karma Houdini: Dario and Sarah get away with working with Joseph and the murder of Judith. Raul just grabs them angrily. Subverted in season 4 where Sarah is killed by Octave, then Dario and Raul are arrested by the Missionaries.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: When they are introduced, they are just a bunch of homeless siblings from the future, which seems pretty weak compared to the Time Brigade from season 1. By the finale, it's pretty clear they are a much bigger treath than initially expected.
  • Ret Gone: What they are trying to avoid.

Raul Lombardi

Dario Lombardi

Sarah Lombardi

    The Missionaries 

Joseph

  • Big Bad: of Season 3.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard/ Off with His Head! : He accidentally cut his head by activating the expilsive shock while Constance strangles him
    Constance: Anyway... he was already brainless.
  • Manipulative Bastard: He sends Sara to create disasters then asks Constance and her team to avert them.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: He wants to gather the survivors from the apocalypse together under a new order. However he cross the Moral Event Horizon by sending the visitor and Constance to be raped by necrophiliac then threaten to kill everybody who doesn't want to follow him.

Constance

  • Action Girl: Alone she beats the whole Visitor's gang.
  • Ascended Extra: She started as a 30 seconds cameo in season 2 and became a main character in season 3 and 4.
  • The Dragon: She's Joseph's right hand. Unfortunately, Jospeh is left handed. Sara Lombardi is his actual Dragon.
  • Heel–Face Turn: when she discovers the true nature of the Missionaries
  • Unwitting Pawn:: She didn't know the true motive of her boss.

Michel

Richard

    The Royal Court of Neo-Versailles 

Clothilde IV

Octave

  • Evil Chancellor: He plans to marry the Queen then get rid of her to become king.

The Baroness

  • Only Sane Man: She tries to reason the Queen but, too bad, everybody think's she's boring.

The Protector

    Citizens of Neo-Versailles 

Raymond

Véronique

Bernie

The Shopkeeper of "Le coin dur"

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