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Leet Fighters shares a continuity with The Frollo Show, and many characters appear in both series.

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The Main Duo


Colonel William Guile
Voiced by: Michael Donovan

"You see, I have this terrible travel agent..."

A goofier version of Guile who has trouble with school and makes lame jokes. Has no problem getting dates, though.


    M. Bison 

M. Bison
Voiced by: Richard Newman

"So, Colonel, how'd you like your first day at school? Making new friends?"

The head of the criminal organization Shadaloo, only a comical version of himself.

  • Adaptational Personality Change: In the cartoon and the games, M. Bison leads the terrorist organization Shadaloo with an iron fist and the intention to Take Over the World, and has no sympathy for anyone whatsoever. Here, he's more comical and displays moments of sympathy. Seeing Frollo hurt Madotsuki to try to get Wilford to reveal himself causes him to attack Frollo in anger.
  • Big "YES!": He says it a lot. It's even weaponized in "Frollo Fucks The Gods".
  • But for Me, It Was Tuesday: Parodied.
    "Yes, yes, I killed your Xbox. What is it with you anyway? I killed my Xbox too, and you don't hear me whining about it!"
  • Character Death: In "Daring Death", he dies by a computer trap presumably set up by Dee Jay and E. Honda. He comes Back from the Dead at the end of the episode.
  • Combination Attack: With Guile, Frollo, and Gaston, performing the Giga Drill Breaker.
  • Crate Expectations: Throws two of them at Genie Jafar in "Frollo Beats Up Evil Residents".
  • Deadpan Snarker: He has some moments of snark, though it's not entirely deadpan.
  • Fire-Forged Friends: They started as enemies, but he and Guile became friends with Frollo and Gaston.
  • Good Angel, Bad Angel: In "Conflictive Contest", he has a conversation with his good angel (represented by Guile) and his bad angel (represented by himself) on whether to join with Guile at the game show or score an affair with Panty instead. He chooses the latter.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Guile.
  • Large Ham: Like in his home series, he's not a fan of subtlety.
  • Lethal Chef: Attempts to cook spaghetti, but he fails.
  • Out with a Bang: Not quite out, but he had to go to the hospital after an afternoon in Panty's bedroom.
  • Psychic Powers: Wouldn't be Bison without it.
  • Punctuated! For! Emphasis!: "STOP... THAT... PLAAANE!!!" Shouted after the plane takes off without him.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: His eyes may turn red when using his power.
  • Sacrificed Basic Skill for Awesome Training: Competent at using his psychic powers in combat, yet he doesn't know how to cook or clean the apartment.
  • Say My Name:
    • "BALROOOG!"
    • And sometimes "GUILE!"
  • Shock and Awe: Channels lightning.
  • The Strategist: Displays shades of this in "Frollo Finally Does It", when he and Guile face two of Wilford's clones.
  • You Fool!: Sometimes calls others this.

Supporting Characters

    Dee Jay and E. Honda 

Dee Jay & E. Honda
Voiced by: Paul Dobson (both)

Dee Jay: This tournament's my chance to clear my name! I've got to win it!
Honda: It'll be soon... and it'll be big!

Two grown school bullies that antagonize Guile and Bison in Leet Fighters.


Voiced by: Paul Dobson

"Guess you won't be needing this pizza I made for you. You want me to get rid of them?"

An African-American boxer who acts as Guile and Bison's loyal servant.

    T. Hawk 

T. Hawk
Voiced by: Joaquín Cosío

"If you pull that trigger and kill someone here... the police will getcha... for homicide."

Full name Thunder Hawk, a Mexican who has flight powers and supreme culinary skills. He mostly works for people who pay him large amounts of money.

  • Badass Native: A Mexican one, to be precise.
  • Badass Pacifist: Prevents Nicolas Cage from attacking Guile and Bison during the game show.
  • Batter Up!: He wields a giant burrito shell containing spirit people to knock away Mormon Jesus's ship.
  • The Dog Bites Back: Attacks Mormon Jesus in retaliation for being subject to his experiments.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: He is part of a plane's decorations in episode 4.
  • Edible Bludgeon: Wields burrito shells that can catch projectiles and be used as a bat.
  • Flight: One of his abilities, though it may be an exaggerated Tomahawk Buster.
  • Money, Dear Boy: In-Universe, the only reason he gives out for working with Marco Antonio Regil is that he pays more.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: To Balrog, to see who's the better servant.
  • Supreme Chef: Tops Balrog in this regard.

    Nicolas Cage 

Nicolas Cage
"I'm a cop. I do what I can for people and help 'em out."

The famous American actor popular for his hammy roles, notably from The Wicker Man (2006) and Vampire's Kiss.

  • Berserk Button: In episode 6, Guile wants a police officer to arrest Honda and Dee Jay for killing Bison, and Cage comes in and states that he's a professional cop. Guile doesn't believe so, causing Cage to throw a fit.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Almost literally, given how eager he is to whip out his gun at the slightest annoyance.
  • Large Ham: Yes! He shouts with little cause, like asking what 3 divided by 2 equals.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: Can weaponize his hammy screams in combat, as revealed during the credits montage of Leet Fighters episode 6.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: He first appears as a school teacher, and later a cop. According to the show's wiki, it's stated that he's both a teacher and a cop.
  • No Indoor Voice: Shouts the most out of all characters. To the point that he can use his screaming as a weapon.
  • Pistol-Whipping: The first thing he does after he pulls out his gun is to smack Joaquín López-Dóriga (his partner during the game show) with it.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: He'll throw childish tantrums at the drop of a hat.
  • Suddenly SHOUTING!: All the damn time.
  • Those Two Guys: Seems to have a Bash Brothers relationship with Tommy Wiseau in the past.
  • Trigger Happy: His above-mentioned gun, which is whipped out for dealing with annoyances.

    Mephiles the Dark 

Mephiles the Dark
Voiced by: Dan Green

"OH YES! It's time for the final curtain call!"

An artificial anthropomorphic hedgehog who enjoys playing pranks on people and has a rivalry with Fegelein.

  • Adaptational Heroism: In his debut, he wanted to completely obliterate space and time. In this series, he's instead a Laughably Evil Troll whose "villainy" involves pulling pranks on people and is given a few redeeming qualities.
  • Affectionate Nickname: After they settle their differences, he starts calling Fegelein "Fegs".
  • Attention Whore: He craves being the center of attention and enjoys it.
  • Big "YES!": Practically his catch phrase.
    "Oh yes!"
  • Butt-Monkey: Though not to the extent as Silver is, he gets it whenever Fegelein is around.
  • The Comically Serious: His lines originate from a game wherein he is a deathly serious Knight of Cerebus Big Bad. In The Frollo Show, he is the Screwy Squirrel instead. You can see where this is going.
  • Companion Cube: Episode 19 shows him owning a Game Boy Color that he cries over losing to the Hell Guards in the promo to Episode 21.
  • Deadpan Snarker: "I thank you, Fegs!"
  • Easily Forgiven:
    • He sabotaged Guile's relationship with Stocking in "Daten Date", but Guile was willing to work with him in the very next episode. Though Guile did need a replacement for Bison on short notice, and Mephiles was rejected by Stocking instantly.
    • Frollo also invites Mephiles to his birthday party, even though Mephiles had suckered him and Gaston into breathing laughing gas earlier. Though it could have been taken as a gesture of pity, as he stole it from Silver, and Frollo gave Silver another one.
  • Horse of a Different Color: Owns a flying manatee with Wilford Brimley's face. No, really.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: Implied, at the end of Leet Fighters episode 5.
  • It Amused Me: He thrives on this, belittling, trolling, and swindling others for his own amusement. Mostly.
  • Large Ham: He basically has his usual personality as a bombastic villain as in the game, except that now, his increasingly overdramatic lines are applied to completely mundane contexts, making him even hammier than before.
  • Madness Mantra: "All we have to do... is sit back and wait... and wait... and wait... and wait..." It's enough to drive Fegelein insane.
    Fegelein: [undergoing Sanity Slippage] You said that 7,402,047 times...
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: If it weren't for him and Fegelein fighting and falling into the sewer, Yzma wouldn't have met Frollo's other enemies.
  • The Rival: To Fegelein and Silver, but mostly the former.
  • Sour Outside, Sad Inside: See I Just Want to Have Friends above.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: His explosive antic arsenal includes exploding eggs, robot clones, and a propane tank.
  • Treacherous Advisor: "Helps" Guile's relationship with Stocking by convincing him to make a move for the bedroom after only one date.
  • Troll: He often competes with Fegelein to see who's the better antic master.
  • Wall of Weapons: Alongside Fegelein, he has a variety of antic-related material at his disposal, ranging from laughing gas to robot clones.
  • You Can Say That Again: Does this with Mark in "Frollo Celebrates his Birthday".

    Silver the Hedgehog 

Silver the Hedgehog
Voiced by: Pete Capella

"We might be able to learn about the devastation of the world!"

An anthropomorphic hedgehog who has a large ego and terrible luck.

  • Butt-Monkey: Most, if not all, of his appearances revolve around slapstick being played on him.
  • A Day in the Limelight: Part 3 of "Frollo Finally Does It" focuses more on him and other characters in the PITy.
  • Joke Character: Acts as comic relief mostly.
  • Mind over Matter: His Signature Move. He's largely incompetent at it.
  • Mystical White Hair: A telekinetic hedgehog with silver (what else?) fur.
  • Paper Tiger: He views himself as awesome and tries to match Marco with his telekinesis powers, but Marco curbstomps him easily.
  • The Rival: To Mephiles, though the latter doesn't acknowledge him as much.
    • Unknown Rival: To Marco Antonio Regil, whom he specifically targets several times during the big battle, attempting to match telekinetic powers with him, but is casually batted aside every time.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Frequently bites off more than he can chew.
  • The Smart Guy: Of the PITy crew, divided between him and Bleemo.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Becomes rather helpful in the Pit-y story of "Frollo Finally Does It".
  • You Monster!: Most of his screentime consists of shouting this to Mephiles verbatim.



    Mormon Jesus 

Mormon Jesus
"Destroy the dark-skinned Indian! Become savior of America, Mormon Jesus!"
US-Mexico border patrol

A poorly-animated Jesus from an anti-Mormon film called The God Makers. He serves as border patrol between the United States and Mexico.

  • Arc Villain: Of the PITy story of "Frollo Finally Does It". He has no affiliation with either Wilford Brimley or Ronald McDonald, outside of using Wilford parasites for his own gain.
  • Asshole Victim: When he invaded Frollo's home, he picked several characters to be victims to Wilford parasites. They're freed from their prisons thanks to Silver and kick his ass.
  • Beard of Evil: It's a bushy beard instead of a thin goatee.
  • Cardboard Prison: Irene and Anakaris knocked him into a containment cell, but he escaped at the end of the episode. The PITy crew should've made sure he stayed inside.
  • Cool Ship: Pilots one to chase T. Hawk when he crossed the border. He pilots another one when he travels to Paris, which is armed with a missile launcher and a hacking system.
  • Dark Messiah: Resemblance to Jesus aside, he infects several characters for his glory to become god.
  • Energy Ball: Mormon Jesus unleashes his wrath by using holy energy balls with the Mormon God's face on it.
  • Evilutionary Biologist: In part 3 of "Frollo Finally Does It", he's testing several characters with Wilford parasites.
  • For the Evulz: He has no reason for shooting the dark-skinned other than the thrill of target practice.
  • A God Am I: Mormon Jesus plans to infect several victims with Wilford parasites to become a god, in a similar vein to Albert Wesker.
  • Grievous Harm with a Body/More Dakka: Mormon Jesus's gunship can fire spirit people as projectiles. It can even rapid fire dozens of spirit people at once.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: What caused his defeat twice.
    • In his debut, T. Hawk wrecks his ship with a massive burrito filled with his own spirit people, causing it to spin out of control and crash into Guile and Bison's apartment.
    • In episode 19 of The Frollo Show, Silver puts his telekinesis to good use by freeing his test subjects. It's followed by being attacked by his test subjects, tied up by T. Hawk, and then shoved into a prison by Irene and Anakaris.
  • Karma Houdini: He has yet to receive any comeuppance for his crimes. Whenever he's defeated by the heroes, he'll always find a way to escape.
  • Laser Blade: Carries a cross-guard lightsaber.
  • Light Is Not Good: He wears a white robe and can spawn holy energy balls, yet he commits several horrific acts.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: Capturing Morrigan and Demitri ended up being a mistake, as it prompted Irene and her gang to enter Frollo's invaded palace to rescue both of them and Mormon Jesus's other test subjects, thus foiling his megalomaniacal plans.
  • Perpetual Smiler: He almost always smiles regardless of which situation he's in. These expressions can turn into slasher smiles on occasion.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: Established the border patrol as an excuse to shoot the dark-skinned.
  • Silent Antagonist: He has a narrator who speaks for him, however.
  • Spell My Name with a "The": The narrator usually puts a "the" before his name, resulting in "the Mormon Jesus".
  • Walking Spoiler: His very existence in "Frollo Finally Does It" is meant to be a big surprise for the viewers.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Three of his victims he plans to infect with Wilford parasites are the female Morrigan, Aya Drevis, and Mako Mankanshoku. He likely intended to do the same to Irene after defeating her in combat.

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