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    Ghostbusters (2016) 
Based on the Ghostbusters reboot.

Abby Yates

Voiced by: Kaitlyn Robrock
"Did somebody call?"

  • Crazy-Prepared: When Gertrude slimes Erin, Abby pulls out an umbrella and a raincoat to protect herself from also getting doused.
  • Drives Like Crazy: She drives the incredibly tiny Ecto-1 erratically. Her parking, meanwhile, is worse.
  • Shock and Awe: She can use her gauntlet to absorb electricity from a charge station, and transfer it to a port.
  • Technology Marches On: Her team's ghost-catching gear is more advanced than their 1984 predecessors, allowing for more diverse abilities. That said, while she doesn't need Venkman's Ghost Trap gadget to catch ghosts, it does require some good timing to pull off right.
  • Waxing Lyrical: When she drops out, she might explain that "There's something strange in another neighborhood...", and that she needs to investigate it.

Erin Gilbert

Voiced by: Kristen Wiig (stock audio), TBA (new audio)
"Okay. I guess it's my turn."

  • Butt-Monkey: She constantly gets slimed.
  • Dude, Where's My Respect?: She becomes temporarily crestfallen over the fact that even after defeating Mayhem and (seemingly) Rowan, the public considers the Ghostbusters frauds.
  • Fake Shemp: Zig-zagged, as Wiig's voice clips during story segments were taken from the 2016 Ghostbusters film. New dialogue was recorded as well.
  • Improbable Weapon User: When the others are in danger of being crushed by the Stay Puft float, she saves them with... a chicken.
  • Quest Giver: To help her recover some ghosts she may have "accidentally" released trying to show up some journalists.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: She can use her proton shotgun to blow up silver pieces.

Jillian Holtzmann

Voiced by: Kate McKinnon (stock audio), TBA (new audio)
"Time for a field test."

  • Extreme Omnivore: Has no problems eating slime-covered chicken, or just slime itself to test what ghost they're dealing with.
  • Fake Shemp: Zig-zagged, as McKinnon's voice clips during story segments were taken from the 2016 Ghostbusters film. New dialogue was recorded as well.
  • Fetch Quest: She sends the player to recover several of her things which went missing in the move from the Chinese restaurant to the firehouse, and became scattered all over the Adventure World.
  • Ms. Fixit: Can fix broken blue mechanisms.
  • Mad Scientist: She's apparently been trying to build a cloning machine, to no luck, as Abby will note if there's two of her active at the same time.
  • Mundane Utility: Uses a Ghost Chipper on a pile of cupcakes.
  • Quest Giver: She asks the player to help fix up the strange old mechanism note  she finds in the firehouse. Another mission she gives tasks the player with grabbing equipment she lost while moving it to the firehouse.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: She always seems to carry a can of Pringles (though it doesn't actually say "Pringles"), and eats some in an idle animation.

Patty Tolan

Voiced by: Liz Benoit
"Hey, how can I help?"

  • Bookworm: She admits reading "a lot of nonfiction" in her spare time, as evidenced by her reading Ghosts From Our Past at the start of her first cutscene, and cracking open a red book during an idle animation.
  • Genius Bruiser: She's both the strongest member and the biggest history buff in her team.
  • Quest Giver: "Helping" her bust some creepy mannequins that are terrorizing a hotel.
  • Super Strength: She's been given a boost, strength-wise, now able to smash certain walls and lift orange-handled objects.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: She's terrified by mannequins, and won't help the player bust them.

Kevin Beckman

Voiced by: Chris Hemsworth

  • Brainless Beauty: Something the Ghostbusters acknowledge. It's also a cause of one of the missions: He screwed up some forms he had to deliver with some photos (and decided to "help" by sending the forms to the people he'd been shooting photos for).


Voiced by: Neil Casey

  • Agony of the Feet: After he becomes a giant No Ghost, the Ghostbusters trick him into stepping on a painful statue of a Lego brick.
  • Arch-Enemy: To the Ghostbusters, but specifically to Abby and Erin.
  • Fake Shemp: Subverted Casey's voice clips during story segments were taken from the 2016 Ghostbusters film, but new audio is played ingame, with some fans speculating that he reprised his role.
  • My Death Is Only The Beginning: Kills himself so he can become a ghost to lead his army.

Paul Feig

Voiced by: Paul Feig
  • Creator Cameo: Continuing the trend of directors appearing in Lego adaptations. He directed the 2016 Ghostbusters film prior to appearing in this game.
  • Distressed Dude: Fills the role of the Citizen in Peril in all of the Ghostbusters Story Pack levels.
  • Take That!: Most of his lines after getting rescued call out people who expressed hatred for this movie's existence on the Internet.
  • Tempting Fate: He wonders aloud how Back to the Future fans would react if he decided to remake that.note 

Ghost Abby

Voiced by: Kaitlyn Robrock

An Abby from another dimension, where she and several others bust humans as the Pulsebusters.

  • Diegetic Soundtrack Usage: She sings a slightly altered version of the Ghostbusters tune to herself.
  • Jerkass: She and the Pulsebusters capture humans and put them in cages.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Gets busted and stuck in a ghost trap and then a containment unit.

    Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 

Newt Scamander

Voiced by: Eddie Redmayne
"Newton Artemis Fido Scamander, at your service."

  • Bag of Holding: His briefcase, which he can place at certain spots to climb inside it and solve puzzles.
  • Ditzy Genius: He's very odd about his animals, but he's smart enough to access the intelligence panels.
  • Making a Splash: His aquamenti spell can summon water to put out fires and remove toxic puddles.
  • Master of Unlocking: He can use a Bowtruckle to pick locks.
  • Mr. Fixit: His repairo spell can fix broken blue objects.
  • Projectile Spell: Newt can cast diffindo to break apart red LEGO walls.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: He can destroy silver LEGO pieces.
  • Tempting Fate: Hopes that the concept of a flying car never catches on.

Tina Goldstein

Voiced by: Katherine Waterston (stock audio), TBA (new audio)
"Somebody need me? I was busy with some wand permit forms but that's fine."

  • Deadpan Snarker: She'll snark off at Voldemort if they're active at the same time.
  • Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu?: As mentioned above, she asks Voldemort what's got his wand in a knot. It should be noted that her time was before Voldemort, so he's just a weird looking wizard to her.
  • Moveset Clone: She shares all the abilities of Newt, but trades the suitcase and lockpick for acrobatics.

Jacob Kowalski

Voiced by: Dan Folger (stock audio), TBA (new audio)
"Whoa whoa, you want me to do stuff now? Ah boy...”

  • Badass Normal: The only playable "No-Maj" in the Wizarding World.
  • Big Eater
  • Black Comedy Burst: Gives one when he discusses magic words with Newt, and spouts a seemingly innocent spell name.
    Newt: "Be careful what you say."
  • Quest Giver: The Adventure World has an NPC Jacob who needs help finding ingredients for more baked goods.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: Carries exploding pies with him at all times.

Queenie Goldstein

Voiced by: Alison Sudol (stock audio), TBA (new audio)
"You want some help, honey?"

  • Big Damn Kiss: The Fantastic Beasts Story Pack's last cutscene expands upon the movie's closing shot, of Queenie catching Jacob's attention inside his bakery, by having Queenie flirt with him, before giving him a huge smooch.
  • Mind Control: She can control minds to solve puzzles.
  • Quest Giver: The Adventure World has an NPC Queenie who needs help cleaning her apartment.


Percival Graves

Voiced by: Colin Farrell (stock audio), Yuri Lowenthal (new audio)

  • The Reveal: A patch released two weeks after Fantastic Beasts debuted in theaters updated the cutscene after the "Obscurus For-Sure-Us" level, so that Graves reveals himself as Grindelwald before he gets taken away.


Voiced by: Ron Perlman

Mary Lou Barebone

Voiced by: Samantha Morton(stock audio), TBA (new audio)

Credence Barebone

Voiced by: Ezra Miller

Modesty Barebone

Voiced by: Faith Wood-Blagrove

  • Adaptation Personality Change: She's much more cheerful than she is in the film. And she's not too taken with her mothers' extremist anti-magic views.
  • Damsel in Distress: Fills the role of the Citizen in Peril for all of the Fantastic Beasts Story Pack levels.
  • Quest Giver: She asks for help fixing up some toys Mary Lou Barebone broke.

Seraphina Picquery

Voiced by: Carmen Ejogo

  • Quest Giver: Asks the player to hunt down several no-majes who didn't have their memories wiped properly.

    The LEGO Batman Movie 


Voiced by: Robbie Daymond
"Hot diggidy dog, the boy wonder is here!"

  • Adaptational Early Appearance: In this Story Pack, Robin first becomes Nightwing while helping Batman swipe the Phantom Zone projector. In the movie, he first becomes Nightwing much later, after Batman gets banished to the Phantom Zone.
  • Air-Vent Passageway: He can sneak around in these.
  • And Call Him "George": One of his finishers involves him accidentally hugging an enemy to death.
  • Ascended Extra: His Nightwing costume, which he regularly switches back and forth to in story in order to solve puzzles. In the film, he only used it briefly after Batman was sent to the Phantom Zone as part of an attempt to be more like Batman, and permanently went back to his Robin outfit after Batman returned.
  • Cheerful Child: As in his home movie. Dick is one of the few playable characters who actually enjoys travelling through the vortex.
  • Instant Costume Change: He switches between Robin and Nightwing by tearing off his costume, to reveal another one underneath.
  • Light 'em Up: Robin's glasses have a night-vision feature that allow him to see in darkened corridors.
  • Mr. Fixit: Robin can fix broken blue Lego objects.
  • One-Steve Limit: Broken if the player summons Robin during Story Mode, because then he'd have to help rescue the Robin who hails from the DC Comics dimension. Even in the LEGO Batman Movie Story Pack, he passes the Robin from the 1966 Batman show at one point.
  • Super Not-Drowning Skills: Robin can swim indefinitely underwater. Justified, since it shows him wearing a rebreather when he's in the water.
  • This Looks Like a Job for Aquaman: Only Robin can fix things underwater. He's also the only one capable of sneaking through air vent passages.


Voiced by: Rosario Dawson
"Did someone turn on the Bat-girl signal?"

  • Adaptational Early Appearance: In the Story Pack, Barbara gets her Batgirl costume much earlier than in the film, receiving it from Batman after Joker lets out all of the Phantom Zone criminals while in the movie she didn't receive it until right before the final battle.
  • Distaff Counterpart: She has all of the abilities of her dimension's Batman, except for Master Build and the Merch-Gun. Inversely, she also has one ability that he doesn't possess.
  • Gameplay and Story Segregation: She'll always have her Batgirl costume and tools whenever the player summons her, even if he/she uses her before watching the cutscene that actually shows Batman giving them to her.
  • The Smurfette Principle: By default, the only playable woman in this Story Pack.
  • This Looks Like a Job for Aquaman: Only she can unlock High Access Security panels.

Excalibur Batman

Voiced by: Will Arnett

  • Always Someone Better: Gameplaywise, has the abilities of the DC Comics Batman, plus quite a few more. Averted when compared to the normally-clad Lego Movie Batman, since each of them has some abilities that the other doesn't.
  • Ascended Extra: Goes from a brief cameo in the movie to a full playable character.
  • BFS: It's taller than Batman himself.
  • MacGyvering: He's capable of Master Building.
  • Public Domain Artifact: Wields the mighty sword Excalibur.
  • Throwing Your Sword Always Works: Only in this case, it's because he uses his sword instead of batarangs.

Alfred Pennyworth

Voiced by: Ralph Fiennes (stock audio)

  • Adaptational Wimp: He doesn't join the Bat-Family and take down the Phantom Zone prisoners like he does in the movie.
  • Demoted to Extra: While the movie firmly established Alfred and Bruce having a bond as strong as that between a father and a son, with Alfred even joining the Bat-Family along with Robin and Batgirl, he doesn't appear after the beginning of the fourth Story Pack level, where he informs Batman that the Joker is invading Wayne Manor.

The Joker (The LEGO Batman Movie)

Voiced by: André Sogliuzzo

  • Big Bad: The main villain of this Story Pack.
  • Non-Action Big Bad: Unlike his counterpart from the Lego DC Universe, he's never fought directly.

Harley Quinn (The LEGO Batman Movie)

Voiced by: Tara Strong

  • Adaptational Heroism: Unlike in the movie where she's firmly on the Joker's side and assisting the Phantom Zone escapees, here she joins forces with Batman alongside the rest of his Rogues' Gallery, and helps out in the battle against Voldemort.

Poison Ivy

Voiced by: Tasia Valenza

  • Hurricane of Puns: She and Batman unleash these on one another during their boss battle.


Two-Face (The LEGO Batman Movie)

Voiced by: Imari Williams


Voiced by: Grey Griffin

The Riddler (The LEGO Batman Movie)

  • Riddle Me This: If the player finds his hiding place, he'll naturally challenge him/her to answer some riddles, each of which has the name of another Gotham criminal as its solution.

The Phantom Zone

Voiced by: Grey Griffin

  • Adaptation Name Change: She's referred to as "Phyllis" in the film itself.
  • You Don't Look Like You: Her "body" is red instead of grey, and her "face" is multi-color studs that light up instead of 1x1 round plates that change color.

King Kong

Voiced by: Seth Green

The Kraken

Voiced by: Frank Welker

Agent Smith

The main antagonist of the Matrix series of movies. He and his many clones are some of the "Uber-Villains" that Joker recruits while trapped in the Phantom Zone in The LEGO Batman Movie.

  • Adaptational Wimp: He was the big bad in the source material. Here his purpose is to just be foot soldiers for the Joker.
  • Ascended Extra: They were a mere Actor Allusion cameo in Lego Lord of the Rings, but now they're part of a story. Ironically, they're still sharing the screen with Lord of the Rings characters.
  • Mooks: They serve as foot soldiers in the Lego Batman Story Pack.
  • The Comically Serious: The show no emotion whatsoever while performing ridiculous tasks such as wearing lizard masks or saying 'pew pew' when firing their guns.

Voldemort (The LEGO Batman Movie)

Voiced by: Liam O'Brien

  • Final Boss: Of the LEGO Batman Movie story pack, despite not being the Big Bad of that story.
  • Summon Magic: He summons Mooks throughout his boss fight, although surprisingly not with magic, but with the Phantom Zone Projector.

Superman (The LEGO Batman Movie)

Voiced by: Nolan North

  • Quest Giver: Asks the player to find Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and Aquaman, who haven't shown up to the Justice League's party.

Martian Manhunter

  • Hidden Depths: The usually serious J'onn busts some serious break-dancing moves.

Wonder Woman (The LEGO Batman Movie)

Voiced by: TBA

Green Lantern

Voiced by: TBA

Aquaman (The LEGO Batman Movie)

Voiced by: TBA

  • Skewed Priorities: He figures it's easier to fix a broken sub and save the people in it than try and get them to swim to safety, because they might get their clothes wet.

The Flash (The LEGO Batman Movie)

Voiced by: TBA

  • Escort Mission: He wants you to protect him while he hands out ice cream to the citizens of Gotham.

Mayor McCaskill

Voiced by: Mariah Carey

  • Ascended Extra: She has more to say in this game than she did in the movie, since she appears at each of the Adventure World's Restoration spots.
  • Skewed Priorities: She laments not having enough money to buy unhappy citizens a jukebox, but admits that she "foolishly" invested the budget for it into the police force — who mostly does nothing but call Batman for help, though she doesn't tell the player such.

Commissioner Gordon (The LEGO Batman Movie)

Voiced by: Steve Blum

  • Quest Giver: Sends the player to destroy some canisters of the Scarecrow's fear toxin.

Mad Hatter

Voiced by: TBA

  • The Faceless: The players hear his advertisements for his hat shop from all over Gotham, but never actually see him.
  • Mass Hypnosis: Radio towers broadcasting his ads hypnotize people into visiting his shop.

Menial Task Mike

  • Distressed Dude: The Citizen-in-Peril for every level of the LEGO Batman Movie Story Pack.
  • The Voiceless: Unlike Paul Feig and Modesty, he doesn't say anything.

    Adventure Time 
Based on Adventure Time.

Finn the Human

Voiced by: Jeremy Shada

  • Anachronism Stew: Keeps certain swords which had been canonically broken or destroyed at the same time, such as the Demon Sword being present with the Grass Sword, the latter bought by Finn to replace the broken former.
  • Archer Archetype: Finn has a crossbow.
  • Bag of Holding: All of Finn's famed swords are available to be used.
  • Cool Sword: The Finn Sword, Grass Sword, Demon Sword and Crystal Sword are just some of the swords Finn has in hand.
  • Energy Weapon: Billy's Gauntlet can be used to melt golden pieces and ice.
  • The Hero: As usual. His level has him claim the Enchiridion and take down the Lich.
  • This Looks Like a Job for Aquaman: The Demon Sword is one of the only things capable of breaking certain red pieces (and until Marceline was released, the only thing).
  • You Have GOT to Be Kidding Me!: When he finds out that there's an entire chapter in the Enchiridion dedicated to Jake.

Jake the Dog

Voiced by: John DiMaggio
"All right, let's do a thing!"

  • Big Eater: Pulls out a sandwich as part of one of his idle animations. He also mentions his Everything Burrito which was about the size of him, which he never got to eat.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: He travels back in time to help Finn recover the Enchiridion and fight the Lich, but in the case of the later, he actually forgets whether Finn defeated the Lich or not, or even if he survived.
  • Combo Platter Powers: Jake's shapeshifting abilities grant him a ludicrous amount of abilities, making him one of, if not the most versatile characters in the game.
  • Cool Car: Jake's Jakemobile form comes with Finn's set. And yes, Jake himself can ride it.
  • Happily Married: To Lady Rainicorn.
  • Saying Sound Effects Out Loud: As the Jakemobile, he's supplying the engine sound (when idling, it's just Jake going "brrmbrrmbrrm" over and over), and when he attacks, Jake goes "pew" when his weapons fire.
  • Shapeshifting: Just like his animated self, Jake can transform into various devices to be used, such as a trampoline and a "mech" suit.
  • This Is a Drill: He can drill through orange and blue safety walls, the second character to do so.
  • Too Dumb to Live: He offers Gizmo food, which any Gremlins fan can tell you is a bad idea.

Lumpy Space Princess

Voiced by: Pendleton Ward
"No one invited me so... I'm like crashing this lame party!"

  • The Cameo: She can be found in the Sonic Level pack, needing some rescuing.
  • Everything's Better with Rainbows: LSP is the second character in the game capable of breaking and shaping rainbow coloured bricks.
  • Improvised Weapon: Cell phones, which she seems to have a limitless supply of.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: If she's met with a puzzle she can't solve, she'll insist she used it yesterday but can't be bothered to use it now.
  • Tantrum Throwing: This is actually how she throws her phones. While taking aim, she's on the phone with Melissa, and seems mad about it. Let go of the targetting button and she tosses the phones with all the force of a brick.
  • Valley Girl: The way she speaks.

Marceline the Vampire Queen

Voiced by: Olivia Olson
"I've arrived and I'm hungry. It's not gonna be pretty when I'm finished here."

  • The Ace: Players who actually got her to worknote  found her to have more abilities than any other character released either before or alongside her.
  • Daywalking Vampire: Thanks to sunscreen, she can explore sunny dimensions without burning up.
  • Glass-Shattering Sound: Can use her bass-playing to blast windows to pieces.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Her "axe" functions as both a bass guitar and a literal axe.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: For starters, she only "sometimes" drinks blood.
  • Quest Giver: The Adventure World has an NPC Marceline who asks for help rescuing Hambo from some gnomes.
  • Regenerating Health: Her hearts gradually refill.
  • Shapeshifting: She can turn into a bat or a wolf.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: She eats by sucking the color red out of various objects, including Demon Lego Bricks.note 
  • Wingding Eyes: Dancing often makes her so dizzy, her eyes become spirals.


Voiced by: Niki Yang
"Let's play a game!"

  • This Looks Like a Job for Aquaman: There are special BMO ports, granting access to LEGO Batman 3-style minigames, which require BMO to utilize.
  • Your Size May Vary: BMO is slightly shorter than Jake in the original show, but here BMO is almost twice his size.

Ancient Psychic Tandem War Elephant

Voiced by: Steve Agee
"What are your commands, master?"

Princess Bubblegum

Voiced by: Hynden Walch

  • Escort Mission: Getting her back to the castle to make an antidote for some monstrosities she created.
  • For Science!: Her attempt at reviving the dead accidentally creates undead candies.
  • Princesses Prefer Pink: Has long pink hair and wears her well-known pink dress.

Ice King

Voiced by: Tom Kenny

  • The Cameo: Like Dr. Eggman, he also appears as a haunted parade balloon in the Ghostbusters story pack.
  • Fetch Quest: To send the players out to find his missing penguins. Another in a hidden area of the Adventure World has him as Simon sending you to fetch ingredients for a soup for Marcie.
  • Freeze Ray: Thanks to his crown, he is able to perform powerful ice spells. His parade balloon version only demonstrates this though.
  • Lampshade Hanging: As Simon, he questions why all the ingredients for Marcie's soup are in such strange places.


Voiced by:: Tom Kenny

  • The Dragon: To Ice King.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Ice King's quest has the player retrieving his penguins after Gunter attempts them to turn against their master. Again.

Lady Rainicorn

  • The Cameo: Is seen taking Princess Bubblegum through the sky in the intro of the level pack.
  • The Voiceless: Despite her voice actress; Niki Yang returning to voice BMO, she never speaks or appears more than twice ingame.

The Lich

Voiced by: Ron Perlman

  • Big Bad: Of the second half of the Adventure Time Level Pack, based on the episode "Mortal Folly".
  • Knight of Cerebus: As in the show, the Lich is played almost 100% seriously. The only downgrades applied to him is him scratching himself and getting beaten up by Finn in a more comical way than the actual episode.

Tree Trunks

Voiced by: Polly Lou Livingston

  • Fetch Quest: Sends you to gather apples so that she can make some pies after a fly ruined her earlier stock.
  • Happily Married: To Mr. Pig, who's absent from the game but mentioned.

Cinnamon Bun


Voiced by: John Moschitta Jr.

  • Motor Mouth: Finn and Jake find his long but mostly-pointless speech boring, so they figure out the riddle before he even finishes.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Shows up wearing devil-themed pajamas at the end of the first half the the Level Pack, only to be accidentally beaten up by Finn.


Evil Guy

Voiced by: Mark Hamill

  • Fake Shemp: All of his dialogue is taken from the episode he appeared in.

Mannish Man

Voiced by: Fred Tatasciore

Magic Man/Normal Man

Voiced by: Tom Kenny

  • Jerkass: He's incredibly rude to everyone.

Party Bears

Peppermint Butler


Earls of Lemongrab

Voiced by: Justin Roiland

  • No Indoor Voice: They're quite shouty.
  • Quest Giver: They insist you fix the machine that makes lemon-children.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: Subverted. Despite threatening the player to three years dungeon, they're actually thankful when you create a lemon-child for them.

Choose Goose

Voiced by: Jeff Bennett

  • Riddle Me This: Gives the player a series of riddles regarding the locations of his booths to find a Gold Brick he was going to give you but lost.
  • "Shaggy Dog" Story: The latter was actually on him the entire quest.

Flame Princess

Voiced by: Jessica DiCicco

  • The Cameo: She can be found in the Adventure World in the PlayStation 3, 4 and Xbox One versions, but she doesn't give out any quests. She's just there.


  • Damsel in Distress: She and the rest of Pillow World are found under attack from a Pillow Dragon.

Fern the Human

    Mission: Impossible 

Ethan Hunt

Voiced by: Tom Cruise
"This is Ethan Hunt."

  • Clear My Name: He gets framed of stealing classified information, and must find the real thief.
  • Fake Shemp: All of Hunt's audio is taken from the Mission: Impossible films. Tom Cruise however, personally approved the lines chosen for the game.
  • Master of Disguise: He can take on the appearances of other minifigures.
  • "Mission: Impossible" Cable Drop: Naturally, Ethan can suspend himself from a cable. Sometimes the cable even appears in places that don't seem to have anything to hang it from.
  • Mundane Utility: His Disguise ability is used as a makeshift camera to take photos of Kevin in the Ghostbusters 2016 world as part of a quest.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: His cat-person disguise used to get into Mrs. Deagle's house in the Gremlins level is... unconvincing, to say the least.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: He carries an endless supply of explosive gum, and can also rig fuse boxes to explode.
  • Super Not-Drowning Skills: He can breathe underwater, unlike his movie counterpart. The final build of his IMF Scrambler, the IMF Covert Jet, allows anyone to breathe underwater, despite not appearing to have anything to cover its pilot.
  • Wall Crawl: Able to use suction cups to help him climb light blue walls.
  • X-Ray Vision: His binoculars help him see through green panels.

Franz Krieger

Voiced by: JB Blanc

  • Guest-Star Party Member: Is playable for a short segment of the Mission: Impossible level pack.
  • Karma Houdini: He survives his death in the films, and can be found on a quest, passed over in favour of hunting Phelps.

Jack Harmon

Voiced by: Max Mittelman

  • Ludicrous Gibs: Implied. As opposed to his film counterpart's death scene, here a scene of Sarah spraying a ketchup bottle while undercover as a hot dog vendor right as he dies suggests that this is what happened when he met his death in the elevator.

Sarah Davies

Jim Phelps

Voiced by: Jon Voight (archive audio), TBA (new audio)

  • Karma Houdini: He survives his death in the film. The player finds him at the end of a long quest and are told to keep an eye on him to prevent him escaping again. He promptly escapes again (though if the player chases after him, the two agents chasing him do catch up to Phelps).

Benji Dunn

Voiced by: Simon Pegg

  • Disguised in Drag: One mission has him turn up disguised as Claire Phelps for no adequately explainable reason.
  • Distressed Dude: He fills the role of the Citizen in Peril for the "Mission: Impossible" level.
  • Let Us Never Speak of This Again:
    • After the player frees him from his peril, he tells the player not to let any of the other agents know about it (ironically unaware that one of the nearby security guards is actually Ethan in disguise).
    • He muses on the thought of disguising agents as gorillas, but then becomes horrified, and tells the player, "...let's never mention Agent Gorilla again!"
  • Motor Mouth: He has more to say than the average Citizen in Peril, and says it with shorter pauses as well.
  • Quest Giver: He sends the player to find a gorilla, a rabbit and a pig for his mask stall.
  • Strapped to a Bomb: This somehow happened to Benji in the "Mission: Impossible" level. Ethan needs the help of someone/something who can drill, and someone who can do magic, in order to free him.

Eugene Kittridge

Voiced by: Henry Czerny

  • Crazy-Prepared: Kittridge has mission recordings all over the place.
  • A Father to His Men: Kittridge gets upset if you manage to get frazzled by the laser grid infiltrating IMF headquarters.
  • Mission Control Is Off Its Meds: For all that Kittridge is serious about giving agents missions to assist other agents, or capture dangerous traitors, there are also missions he'll give where the player must infiltrate a Seville mansion to recover a necklace for him, or infiltrate IMF just to get list of secret knocks so he can get something to eat. He also dismisses the mission to rebuild a windmill on the grounds that it was "worth it" simply because the agents responsible made some cool helicopter stunts, and starts a fire just so Hunt can disguise himself as a firemen.
  • Pungeon Master: He tends to work puns into his mission briefings.
  • Quest Giver: Kittridge is the primary quest giver for the Mission Impossible world.
  • The Voice: In the Adventure World, he never talks with Ethan in person, and instead sends him mission briefings through robots and bouncing telephone booths.

Luther Stickell

  • Disguised in Drag: He turns up in one mission disguised as Claire Phelps (on the reasoning that since she was in another country, nobody would be suspicious).
  • Escort Mission: He has two missions in which the player must fend off mooks while he hacks into various computers.
  • Playful Hacker: His position for IMF.
  • Strange Minds Think Alike: While disguised as Claire, he and Benji say almost identical things.
  • Sweet Tooth: In the mission for gathering birthday chocolate for Director Brassel, he implies feeling tempted to keep it for himself.

Claire Phelps

  • Captain Obvious: While infiltrating IMF Headquarters in the Level Pack, she'll occasionally remind Ethan that the Frickin' Laser Beams are "designed to hurt".
  • Quest Giver: She asks the player to track down several videos of hers that've gotten accidentally delivered to IMF drop-points.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: She survives the events of the first film here.

    Sonic the Hedgehog 

Sonic the Hedgehog

"Aw, yeah, this is happenin'! Hmm, that...that sounded better in my head."

  • The Cameo: A balloon version of him appears in the Ghostbusters 2016 Adventure World, and has to be summoned during the story to battle a haunted Dr. Eggman parade balloon.
  • Cerebus Retcon: This game suggests that Sonic's inability to swim is caused by a massive case of Aquaphobia (implied to be caused through childhood trauma from when he first visited Labyrinth Zone).
  • Composite Character: Sonic retains his normal moveset from the 3D games since Sonic Adventure, runs and flips like his Sonic Advance version and has a fighting style similar to his Super Smash Bros. appearances.
  • Death Throws: Like in the 2D games, Sonic does these if he gets killed.
  • Difficult, but Awesome: He has his trademark speed in a game not built for someone of his speed. That said, he basically has the abilities of a character with the speed of a vehicle.
  • It's All About Me: He gets excited about meeting The Doctor, since he thinks the Sonic Screwdriver was named after him.
  • Lazy Bum: He has only one Idle Animation in the game, and it lasts as long as you leave him standing one spot. He gets bored and falls alseep on the ground. This includes moments in the levels when the gameplay is halted to show something or someone important, meaning once it cuts back to him, there is a good chance Sonic will be fast asleep by then. This includes when Eggman summons his robotic counterparts to destroy him or when Amy shows up to hand him the final Chaos Emerald in the middle of a fight with Chaos.
  • Rolling Attack: He can use his signature Spin Dash to plow through enemies and obstacles.
  • Self-Deprecation: If Sonic and Lumpy Space Princess are together, Sonic will begin to recall the last time he met a princess before becoming uncomfortable and claiming he can't remember.
  • Shell-Shocked Veteran: When Big mentions seeing a Chaos Emerald somewhere with walls, and saws, and water, Sonic instantly has horrified flashbacks to Labyrinth Zone.
  • Super Drowning Skills: Played straight during the Level Pack. Touching water is, as usual, instant death. Averted in the Adventure World, where he'll either just run over water, or instantly don a life-preserver. Lampshaded in his story pack where Big mentions the Labyrinth Zone gives him terrible flashbacks to Sonic 1.
  • Super Mode: In a surprising move, Sonic can actually go Super Sonic here! ...after collecting all the Chaos Emeralds first.
  • Super Speed: Duh.
  • Super Strength: He can smash open cracked walls with his super-speed.
  • Wheel o' Feet: Much like in the Genesis games, he gains these when he runs.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Water. And especially the Labyrinth Zone, which is partially submerged.
  • You Fight Like a Cow: An expert. Most of his fights with Eggman involve him demolishing the man verbally as he demolishes his machines.

Dr. Eggman

Voiced by: Mike Pollock

  • Bad Liar: When he explains his quest in the Adventure World.
    "I, Doctor Eggman, have devised an INGENIOUS new plan to capture - uh, I mean, HELP the...uh...local...ORPHANS! Yes, yes, that's right! I'm a changed Eggman!"
  • The Cameo: He appears in the Ghostbusters Story Pack in the form of a haunted parade balloon.
  • Leitmotif: His theme from Sonic Adventure in the level pack, and an instrumental of "E.G.G.M.A.N." in the Adventure World.
  • Mission Control: Temporarily takes this role during the "Eggman's Master Plan" quest, where he secretly installs a tracking device/headset on your characters.
  • Multiversal Conqueror: He plans to use the Keystones to take over all worlds, but he doesn't even get to conquering his own before Sonic disrupts his plans.
  • Mythology Gag: Mentions Sonic's favorite food, chili dogs, and quotes a few of the late Deem Bristow's infamous Eggman lines from Sonic Adventure.
  • Never Recycle Your Schemes: Averted. He's trying to use the Death Egg once more. And not only that...
    Dr. Eggman: Oh, Eggman, you genius! Who would have expected a Death Egg Robot?
    Sonic: Well, anyone... This is like the fourth time you've used it...
  • Quest Giver: Helping him find all the chili dogs in the world for use in an evil scheme...I mean, to feed orphans.

Miles "Tails" Prower

  • Leitmotif: An instrumental version of "Believe in Myself" plays when you approach his workshop in the Adventure World and the first time you use the Tornado in the Level.
  • Metaphorgotten: Claims his strongest muscle is his brain before realizing the brain isn't actually a muscle.
  • Quest Giver: Helping him hunt down and destroy several of Eggman's robot generators.

Knuckles the Echidna

  • Horrible Judge of Character: Even he admits he's too trusting of the wrong people. After finishing his quest, he'll wonder whether you wanted him to give you the golden brick.
  • Leitmotif: A (sadly) instrumental version of "Unknown from M.E." plays when you approach him in the Adventure World.
  • Quest Giver: Fighting off some of Eggman's robots.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: He hasn't lost the Master Emerald due to trusting someone he shouldn't have, again. He's just hidden it. He's actually telling the truth. The Master Emerald is in the Hidden Palace Zone. Eggman still manages to find it, though.
  • Waxing Lyrical: Quotes a few of his Adventure level rap songs while fighting Badniks.

Amy Rose

Voiced by: Cindy Robinson

  • Big Damn Heroes: During the boss battle with Chaos, Eggman refuses to surrender the last Chaos Emerald, claiming that he needs it to power his defenses. Amy comes up near the end and knocks him out and takes the Emerald, allowing Sonic to transform into Super Sonic.
  • Damsel in Distress: She even complains about how she gets kidnapped only twice, and people start to think she's useless all the time.
  • Dude, Where's My Respect?: When found in the Adventure World, she's annoyed at the fact Sonic and co. keep ignoring her, mentioning all the heroic things she's done over the years.
  • Drop the Hammer: She keeps her signature Piko-Piko Hammer with her at all times.
  • Leitmotif: An instrumental version of "My Sweet Passion" plays when you approach her in the Adventure World.
  • Quest Giver: Finding and rescuing several animals being held hostage by Eggman's robots.
  • You Owe Me: After knocking out Eggman and getting the last Emerald, Amy says he owes her a favor for it. She immediately calls it in when she's sucked out of the Death Egg.

Shadow the Hedgehog

Voiced by: Kirk Thornton

  • Large Ham: His famous quotes are twisted in the context of flower arrangement.
  • Leitmotif: An instrumental version of "Throw It All Away" plays when you approach him in the Adventure World.
  • Quest Giver: Helping him arrange some flowers in tribute to Maria.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: He calls flower arrangement an extremely sophisticated art.
  • Seen It All: He's seemingly unphased by getting sucked into a dimensional rift, keeping his stoic expression and arms folded as he flies in.
  • Superhero Packing Heat: Temporarily during the Sonic level pack, which is defied by Knuckles who throws his gun away. He even mimics some of the poses from the intro to ''Shadow the Hedgehog."
  • Villains Out Shopping: Apparently tried to buy K.I.T.T. according to K.I.T.T. himself.

Big the Cat

Voiced by: Oliver Wyman

Robo Sonic

  • Sudden Name Change: While the character was technically never given an official English name, Japanese promotional material called it "Mecha Sonic". Its name was changed here to differentiate it from the Mecha Sonic from Sonic the Hedgehog 3.

Mecha Sonic

  • Composite Character: Well, Composite Form - it uses the energy attacks it normally uses as Super Mecha Sonic in this form.

Metal Sonic

  • The Bad Guy Wins: Eggman claims that this Metal Sonic came from a universe where it finally beat Sonic. It doesn't get to repeat that performance.
  • Limit Break: On its final hit point, Metal Sonic will enter Overdrive Mode becoming completely invincible and charging at Sonic several times at high speeds. Eggman panics in response to this since the amount of energy radiating from Metal could have catastrophic results if it gets too close to his dimensional portal generator.


  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: At the end of the Sonic Level Pack, although as a giant version of Chaos 0 as opposed to Perfect Chaos.
  • Battle Theme Music: The Chaos 0, 2, and 4 battle theme from Sonic Adventure.
  • Elemental Powers: Aside from the obvious water, Chaos uses the Elemental Phase keystone to channel fire and ice powers as well. Though much like the Chaos 6 form, ice leaves him more vulnerable than normal.


Voiced by: Laura Bailey

    The Goonies 
Based on The Goonies.

Tropes that apply to the Goonies as a whole

  • Adaptational Badass: With the exception of Sloth, none of the Goonies were able to fight very well. Here, they are able to fight enemies, with Chunk's Truffle Shuffle even being weaponised.
  • Adorably-Precocious Child: Except the older members such as Sloth, of course.
  • Ragtag Bunch of Misfits
  • Chest Monster: Probably the first heroic example of this trope, as One-Eyed Willy's Pirate Ship can be rebuilt into The Fanged Fortune, a treasure chest that has teeth and can spray water.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Some use items such as a boombox, crabs, a can of cola and bubblegum for their main arsenal.


Voiced by: S. Scott Bullock
"Choc-o-late...? Choc-o-late!"

  • Adaptational Attractiveness: Being a minifigure, the only notable disfigurements of Sloth are his head and teeth. In the game, his eyes are correctly positioned or normal compared with his film counterpart. (The physical figure does have one eye positioned slightly lower than the other.)
  • Ascended Fanboy: You can team him up with Superman here, and Sloth is quite happy if you do.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Gets summoned by the Locate Keystone at one point during the Fantastic Beasts Story Pack.
  • Super Not-Drowning Skills: Sloth can swim indefinitely underwater.
  • Super Strength: He can smash breakable walls and floors and pull orange handles.


Voiced by: Michaela Dietz

  • Big Eater: The Fratellis kidnap him as he eats their ice cream, and he also helps himself to some junk food in an idle animation.
  • Cassandra Truth: According to his interaction with Stripe, he tried to tell the Sheriff about Gremlins, but he didn't believe him.note 
  • Distressed Dude: The Fratellis tie him to a chair during the first cutscene. He escapes with help from Sloth.
  • Hammerspace: Chunk manages to fit a sword and a pirate hat in his pockets, to use when he needs to cut vines as "Captain Chunk".
  • Improbable Weapon User: He attacks with a stream of chocolate ice cream.
  • Mr. Exposition: He narrates the Previously on… segment, to bring the player up to speed on the events preceding his meeting Sloth.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: According to Andy, after Rosalita revealed some pirate gems in Mikey's bag, Chunk accidentally knocked them back into the sea.
  • Odd Friendship: He befriends the deformed Sloth as they team up to save the other Goonies.
  • Quest Giver: Sends the player on a Stealth-Based Mission for more of the Fratellis' ice cream.


Voiced by: Abby Trott

  • Bilingual Bonus: In-Universe, as he is fluent in Spanish.
  • Distressed Dude: The Fratellis toss him below the Inferno's deck.
  • Escort Mission: He and the player solve a series of clues in order to find more "rich stuff". The first time they complete this Quest, they find both a Gold Brick, and a slide leading to Inferno Cove.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: He can throw dynamite at targets and silver pieces, among other things.


Voiced by: Melissa Hutchinson

  • Distressed Dude: The Fratellis trap him inside a chest.
  • Malaproper: Sometimes he confuses such words as "oxygen" and "hydrogen".
  • Stuff Blowing Up: He can throw dynamite at targets and silver pieces, among other things.


Voiced by: TBA


Voiced by: TBA

  • The Ace: He has more abilities than any of the other Goonies do.
  • Distressed Dude: Subverted; he manages to slip out of Mama Fratelli's grasp after his friends and Sloth distract her.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: He carries along some of his homemade inventions.
  • Third-Person Person: Data uses his name in place of first-person pronouns.


Voiced by: Max Mittelman


Voiced by: TBA


Voiced by: TBA

Jake Fratelli

Voiced by: TBA

Mama Fratelli

Voiced by: TBA

  • Big Bad: Of the Goonies Level.
  • Bonus Boss: She is fought as part of a mission in the Adventure World.

Francis Fratelli

Voiced by: TBA

  • Bald of Evil: His hairpiece comes off pretty easily compared to other minifigures.

One-Eyed Willy

Voiced by: TBA

  • Affably Evil: He's actually pretty pleasant toward the player characters at first. It's only when he feels they know too much that he decided to try and bump them off.
  • Bonus Boss: You can fight him back when he was still alive by using a TARDIS port on The Inferno in the Goonies adventure world.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: After being beaten, he allows the player characters to leave.

Mr. Irving Walsh

Voiced by: TBA

Troy Perkins

Voiced by: TBA

Elgin Perkins

Voiced by: TBA

The Octopus


    Harry Potter 
Based on Harry Potter.

Tropes that apply to the Harry Potter characters as a whole

  • Suddenly Voiced: This marks the Harry Potter casts' first appearance in a Travelers Tales-made Lego game where they speak coherently and not in gibberish.

Harry Potter

Voiced by: Daniel Radcliffe
"I've been here once before, in a dream."

  • Adaptational Context Change: His line to Voldemort about "Finishing this the way we started...Together!" takes on a new meaning considering the two are in a team pack here, and he only really says this line when on a party alongside Tom himself.
  • Fake Shemp: All of Radcliffe's voice lines are pulled directly from the movies.
  • Flight: Courtesy of his broom.
  • Invisibility: Accomplished via his invisibility cloak.
  • Light 'em Up: Using the Lumos spell allows him to light up dark areas.
  • Making a Splash: He can summon water with his wand to clear up toxic pools.
  • Projectile Spell: His diffindo spell functions like one, cutting red LEGO walls rather than gold brick structures.
  • Seen It All: After the weirdness of his stay at Hogwarts, he admits nothing really surprises him anymore.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: Harry can use parseltongue to interact with special gates.
  • The Stoic: On account of his lines being reused from the movies, Harry often gives off a much more quiet attitude compared to Voldemort and Hermione. It gets downright intimidating when he speaks to Voldemort or uses his Patronus.
  • Took a Level in Badass: In the Lego Harry Potter games, Harry needed to go through a wheel of different spells to access them, but can use them all here on command. He can also summon his broomstick on-command.

Lord Voldemort

Voiced by: Ralph Fiennes
"After tonight, no one will ever again question my powers."

Hermione Granger

Voiced by: Erica Lindbeck
"Umm... Hi. I'm Hermione Granger. Time to put some magic to good use."

  • Early-Bird Cameo: She first appeared in the "Meet That Hero" video for Newt Scamander as one of the many passersby who mistook Gandalf for Dumbledore.
  • Faux Horrific: As an academically-minded sort, she's horrified by the thought that Marty McFly was once late for school(!)
  • The Knights Who Say "Squee!": She'll be really excited if she and Newt Scamander are active at the same time. Not surprising, since she was the first character to mention his book.


Bellatrix Lestrange

  • Bonus Boss: She can be found and fought outside Grimauld Place in the Adventure World.
  • Fake Shemp: Her voice clips are all taken from the films, mostly Deathly Hallows Part 1 with her "You could have killed me!!".
  • Flunky Boss: Half her fight consists of her retreating, then siccing Death Eaters on your character.
  • Improbable Weapon User: She flings whatever's nearby in the fight. This includes toilets, and the infamous rubber duck.

Rubeus Hagrid

Voiced by: Robbie Coltrane

  • Quest Giver: Asks you to recover several acromantula eggs he misplaced.

Albus Dumbledore

Voiced by: Tom Kane

  • Quest Giver: He asks you to recover some knitting magazines he's lost.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: Despite the Adventure World taking place during Harry's seventh year, Dumbledore is alive and well.

Draco Malfoy

  • The Voiceless: Despite no dialogue, he can be heard weeping after you beat him in a race in the Quidditch pitch.

Luna Lovegood

Voiced by: Evanna Lynch

  • Cloudcuckoolander: She's busy trying to figure out other methods of detecting thestrals, wondering if too much pudding might also allow someone to see them.
  • Quest Giver: She asks you to find some thestrals that have gone missing.

Neville Longbottom

Voiced By: Matthew Lewis

  • Badass in Distress: He's found under attack from several dozen Death Eaters, whom he's managed to royally tick off and he's misplaced his wand in the snow.
  • The Bus Came Back: Hilariously, while searching for his wand, he finds his old pet frog Trevor. He's a bit offended that Trevor left.
  • Sophisticated as Hell: He's not sure if the Death Eaters are after him because he pointed out that "the concept of blood purity being linked to magical ability is fundamentally flawed and real blood purity in a modern age is a foolish endeavor that may or may not even be physically possible to achieve in Britain", or because he accidentally splashed pumpkin juice on one of them.

Arthur Weasley

Voiced by: Mark Williams

  • Quest Giver: He recruits the player to fix a problem inside the Ministry of Magic caused by an enchanted muggle item known as a rubber duck.

Fred and George Weasley

  • Spared by the Adaptation: Fred lives to the relief of many fans.
  • The Cameo: They can be found inside their shop, Weasley Wizarding Wheazes, on Diagon Alley, and one of them has to be scanned so as to allow Ethan Hunt access to Gringotts.
  • The Voiceless

Professor Severus Snape

  • The Cameo: He can be found wandering the grounds of Hogwarts close to the greenhouse, but he doesn't speak and Harry won't acknowledge him.
  • The Voiceless: Likely out of respect to his original actor, who passed away shortly before the Harry Potter pack's release.

Sirius Black

  • Spared by the Adaptation: Even though he died during Harry's fifth year, Sirius shows up in the Harry Potter Adventure World alive and well.
  • The Voiceless: Which is extremely odd, considering his original actor provided the voice of this game's main villain.

Based on the Gremlins films.


Voiced by: Howie Mandel
"Gizmo to rescue!"

  • Archer Archetype: He can use a homemade bow and arrow to shoot at targets and silver Lego pieces, among other things.
  • Explosive Breeder: When exposed to water, although it causes instant death for him and Stripe in this game.
  • Irony: Meta, as he's prominently featured with Scooby-Doo and has a reaction line to him. The latter's voice actor also voices Stripe.
  • Metamorphosis Monster: When he eats a food item, such as a Scooby Snack, he transforms from a cute little Mogwai into a monstrous Gremlin.
  • Super Drowning Skills: Dies instantly when he touches water.
  • Writing Around Trademarks: He still dons the Rambo headband when using his arrows, but his toy car is no longer a Barbie toy.
  • Your Size May Vary: In the movies, he's about the size of a small toy. Ingame however, he's as tall as several child characters.


Voiced by: Frank Welker
"Time to cause trouble!"

  • The Cameo: Twice in the Goonies pack, first while Sloth and Chunk are in the caves, and again at the end, hijacking the A-Team's van.
  • Cool Chair: Upgrade his Flash 'n' Finish weapon, and it'll become one. It's even called Stripe's Throne.
  • Slasher Smile: His minifigure's expression.
  • Super Drowning Skills: Dies instantly when he touches water.
  • Villain Protagonist: He led the evil Gremlins in the first movie.
  • Your Size May Vary: Like Gizmo, his size in the movies differs from his ingame appearance, equal to an adult.

Billy Peltzer

Voiced by: Max Mittelman

  • Quest Giver: Asks the player to track down five Mogwai who've gone on walkabout.

Kate Beringer

Voiced by: Phoebe Cates

  • Quest Giver: Asks the player to find some chicken legs for Daffy.

Randall Peltzer

Voiced by: Hoyt Axton

Lynn Peltzer

Voiced by: Frances Lee McCain

Murray Futterman

Voiced by: TBA

Pete Fountaine

Voiced by: Pamela Hayden

  • Bad Job, Worse Uniform: Having to deliver Christmas trees on foot for no pay would be bad enough without the Gremlin attacks, but Pete also has to wear a ridiculous Christmas tree costume while he's doing it.
  • Escort Mission: Pete has to be protected as he delivers trees, since Gremlins attack him.

Mr. Wing

Voiced by: TBA

Mrs. Deagle

Voiced by: TBA

  • Karma Houdini/Spared by the Adaptation: Is still alive, despite being killed by a Gremlin in the original film. One puzzle in the Adventure World ends with her being tossed out of her bedroom window by a chair-elevator, the way she died in the movie, only this time she survives. You can't save her when she lands in the bushes outside.note 


  • Big Eater: He needs fifteen chicken legs to be sated.

Brain Gremlin

Voiced by: Christopher Swindle

  • Affably Evil: For a Gremlin, he's incredibly polite and friendly, even rewarding the player for assisting him.
  • Quest Giver: Asks for help fixing up the Clamp Building studio so he can have an interview on TV.

Vegetable Gremlin



    Teen Titans Go! 
Based on Teen Titans Go!.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Downplayed, they're still a bit dickish here, but their antics that annoy the other characters in their episode were simply accidents or them being idiots, compared to the original show where they border on a Ax-Crazy Designated Hero team that sometimes actively sabatoges each other and other people. And since they're playable, you can have them actually help fight off evil like anyone else.

Beast Boy

Voiced by: Greg Cipes
"Time to get those Beast Boy boost!"

  • Early-Bird Cameo: He first appears in the trailer for the Year 2 characters, released in mid-2016, when the Teen Titans Go sets wouldn't be released until Wave 9 in September 2017.
  • Morphic Resonance: Each of his animal forms look like green versions of actual LEGO animals.
  • Shapeshifting: He can turn into a mouse, a bird, a dog, or a dolphin.


Voiced by: Tara Strong
"Alright, I'm here. Where's the existential crisis?"

  • Early-Bird Cameo: She gets summoned in the Goonies level pack to punch a hole in the ceiling so Sloth and Chunk can progress.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Upon respawning, she states that breaking apart and coming back up to fight again is dark, even for her.
  • Fangirl: She becomes rather excited at meeting Betelgeuse.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: She sets Betelgeuse loose in LEGO Jump City, and builds a gargoyle he uses to attack. However, she also provides the final blow to his evil plans.
  • This Looks Like a Job for Aquaman: She's the only character capable of creating and using magic portals.


Voiced by: Hynden Walch
"Did someone call for a princess of the stars?"

  • Kill It with Water: When she visits Oz, the denizens make two attempts to perform this on her, after mistaking her for a wicked witch.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: Can speak Parseltongue and use Atlantis pools due to her ability to assimilate languages.

Cyborg (Teen Titans Go!)

Voiced by: Khary Payton

  • Comically Missing the Point: When the Powerpuff Girls show the Teen Titans a Vortex unleashing Gremlins on LEGO Jump City, Cyborg becomes excited at the sight of a portal to The '80s movies.
  • Fetch Quest: Sends the player to hunt down five Starfire Emoticlones.
  • Quest Giver: His second quest tasks the player with fixing and testing out a BMO Dock.

Robin (Teen Titans Go!)

Voiced by: Scott Menville
"Titans GO!"

  • Hypocritical Humor: He scolds Raven for calling perks the best part of heroism, only for Starfire to recall when Robin admitted he's Only in It for the Money. The other Titans also confess such.
  • One-Steve Limit: Broken when he visits the LEGO Batman Movie dimension, and attracts the ire of their Bat-Family, including its Robin. They even follow him back to LEGO Jump City. If the player summons him during Story Mode, that could also break it, if the level has the Robin from the DC Comics dimension.
  • Quest Giver:
    • His first quest has the player assist him in defeating an enemy who can duplicate himself.
    • His second quest is an Escort Mission to Titan Tower.


Voiced by: Ashley Johnson

  • Escort Mission: She tasks the player with helping her retrieve her flash drive from Titan Tower. After she gets the flash drive back, she also tries to steal some confidential files.


Rose Wilson

Voiced by: Pamela Adlon

  • Quest Giver: Tasks the player with helping her break out of the Juvenile Correction Facility.

The Wonder Twins

Voiced by: Khary Payton (Zan), Tara Strong (Janya)

  • Fetch Quest: Janya has the player search for different containers for Zan's watery transformations.

    The Powerpuff Girls 
Based on the 2016 The Powerpuff Girls reboot.

All Girls


Voiced by: Amanda Leighton


Voiced by: Kristen Li

  • Speaks Fluent Animal: Can speak Parseltongue and use Atlantis pools due to being able to speak with animals.


Voiced by: Natalie Palamides

Professor Utonium

Voiced by: Tom Kane

  • Mythology Gag: Intentional or not, his quest involves variants of Chemical X, one of them being Checmical Z.
  • Quest Giver: He needs you to help him avert an ecological crisis. By that, he means fix a bad air conditioner he got from a salesamn.

Mojo Jojo

Voiced by: Roger L. Jackson


Voiced by: Maurice LaMarche

Princess Morbucks

Voiced by: Haley Mancini

Ms. Keane

Voiced by: Jennifer Hale


Voiced by: Tom Kenny


Voiced by: Anais Fairweather


Voiced by: Eric Bauza

  • Bonus Boss: He can be fought in his home dimension.

    The A-Team 
Based on The A-Team.

In General

  • Earn Your Happy Ending: Surprisingly, the Goonies level implies this. B.A. is shown helping the police search for the Goonies, with no attempt to made to arrest the B.A. at all. Considering the A-Team usually has trouble with the law, they seem to have gotten new lives via dimensional travel, and even seem to have new members in Doc Brown, Marty McFly, Michael Knight, and even some Gremlins.

B.A. Baracus

Voiced by: Dave Fennoy
"It ain't gonna be that easy to keep me down, sucka!"

  • A-Team Firing: Inverted, as he and the other members of the A-Team can hit Target Switches.
  • A-Team Montage: His Master Builds take this form.
  • Bling-Bling-BANG!: Uses a gold-plated Tommy Gun.
  • The Cameo:
    • He's summoned by a Locate keystone during the Mission: Impossible level pack to help fix up a radio dish so Ethan can summon his drone helicopter.
    • He appears during the boss fight with King Kong in one level from the LEGO Batman Movie story pack thanks to the Phase keystone, where he supplies a giant bomb for Batman, Robin, and Batgirl to use against Kong.
    • And he appears at the end of the Goonies level pack, along with the A-Team's van.
  • Idle Animation: He'll drink a glass of milk, and then instantly fall asleep (since in the series, drugging B.A.'s milk was the only way to get him on a plane).
  • MacGyvering: B.A. has a variant of the Master Builder's ability called A-Team Building, allowing him to build things out of random junk via a Hard-Work Montage.
  • Mr. Fixit: Can fix broken blue mechanisms.
  • Megaton Punch: Can charge one up which pretty much dismantles anything breakable.
  • Pet the Dog: He lets Homer have that autograph he always wanted.

"Howling Mad" Murdock

Voiced by: Dwight Schultz

  • Quest Giver: Assigns the player with delivering oil to three locations.

John "Hannibal" Smith

Voiced by: David Lodge

  • Bonus Boss: In a sense. His performance as "The Aquamaniac" is treated as a boss fight, with the player as his nemesis.
  • People in Rubber Suits: Becomes one as part of a quest, where he plays the part of "The Aquamaniac" in a film.
  • Quest Giver: Asks the player for help tracking down a group of kidnappers at a cult center.

Templeton "Faceman" Peck

Voiced by: Sam Riegel

  • Being Watched: He needs the player's help cleaning his apartment of Literal Surveillance Bugs, before he can tell him/her about the new juice bar, where the Team might rendezvous later.
  • Quest Giver: Aside from clearing out his apartment, he also sends them to find people to attend a party there.

Colonel Francis Lynch

Voiced by: David Boat

  • Failure Is the Only Option: His hunt of the B-Team goes about as well as his efforts to hunt the A-Team.
  • Quest Giver: Tasks the player with helping him hunt down the B-Team, a group of A-Team cosplayers who tried to form an inferior team.

Amy Allen

Voiced by: TBA

  • Quest Giver: Has the player beat up some bikers that are attacking a motel.

The B-Team

Fannibal voiced by: David Lodge
Arm Man voiced by: Sam Riegel
M.A. Maracus voiced by: Dave Fennoy
"Scowling Bad" Burdock voiced by: Dwight Schultz


    E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 


Voiced by: Audrey Wasilewski
"E.T. go home?"


Voiced by: Karen Strassman


Voiced by: TBA

  • Quest Giver: Asks the player to swap the Fed’s guns with walkie-talkies, a clear reference to one of the 20th anniversary’s infamous changes.


Voiced by: TBA


Voiced by: TBA


Voiced by: TBA
  • Quest Giver: Has the player help him search for the belongings of aliens that may have been left behind.

    Knight Rider 
Based on Knight Rider.

Michael Knight

Voiced by: Piotr Michael
"Hi. I'm Michael Knight from Knight Industries. I've got a really cool jacket and a talking car. How can I help?"

  • The Cameo: Appears at the end of the Goonies level pack.
  • Cool Shades: Sometimes he puts on sunglasses in an idle animation.
  • Shout-Out: Several of his dialogues with other characters make reference to Baywatch, another series his original actor starred in. This is made more blatant when riding the Hogwarts Express, as he ends up calling it the Hoff-warts Express.
  • X-Ray Vision: He carries a device to help him see through green panels.


Voiced by: William Daniels
"I was unaware that my programming allowed me to cross dimensions. How interesting."

  • Cool Car: He IS the Cool Car.
  • Destructive Saviour: Several of the repairs in the Knight Rider World are fixing up stuff he and Michael dramatically drove through. The civilians would really wish he'd stop that.
  • Old Friend: With the Batmobile.
  • Sentient Vehicle: Natch.
  • Your Size May Vary: Like every other vehicle you can bring into the game, he's considerably smaller than his canon appearance. It's especially notable given KARR isn't shrunken down.

Devon Miles

Voiced by: TBA

Bonnie Barstow

Voiced by: TBA


Voiced by: TBA

  • Evil Counterpart: To KITT, though it's downplayed into him just being an egotistical jerk.
  • Sentient Vehicle: Another one.
  • Stealth Expert: So he claims. And he challengers the player to a game of hide-and-seek to prove it.
  • No Fourth Wall: Hides in a box apparently designed as a Knight Rider collector's product containing him.

Garthe Knight

Voiced by: Piotr Michael

Reginald "RC3" Cornellius III

Voiced by: TBA

Slammin' Sammy

Voiced by: TBA

    LEGO City 

Chase McCain

Voiced by: Joseph Maynote 
"Somebody need a crime solved? Or a pig fired from a cannon? I can do either."

  • The Ace: Among all the characters released during the first eight waves, Chase and Marceline tie for the most abilities.
  • Adapted Out: His criminal disguise is no longer part of his ensemble, probably because it wouldn't correspond to any existing puzzles and the character wheel didn't have enough spaces.
  • Basement-Dweller: Sometimes when he leaves, he advises the rest of the party to call his mom next time someone needs his help, since he's "...staying on her couch at the moment."
  • Clothes Make the Superman: As a Master of Disguise, Chase needs to find his disguises in the Adventure World before he can use most of his skills.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: The Phase Keystone summons him and a piece of Farmer Hayes' ranch in the LEGO Batman Movie story pack, which came out two months before the release of his own pack.
  • Grappling-Hook Pistol: His default weapon, which can also shoot nets that immobilise enemies.
  • Hollywood Hacking: In his astronaut costume, he can hack consoles.
  • Instant Costume Change: Sometimes he puts on or removes a disguise by sneaking behind a door, then jumping out in a new outfit, before the door explodes. He does take a little longer to change his disguise in this game, compared to LEGO City Undercover.
  • Retirony: Discussed: If Chase dies, he'll exclaim after respawning that he's not supposed to get killed until one week before retirement.
  • Screams Like a Little Girl: When the aforementioned door falls from above, sometimes Chase does this while dodging it.
  • The Little Detecto: Chase is the third character to use a relic detector.
  • This Is a Drill: In his construction worker outfit, he can drill orange and blue panels.

Ellie Phillips

Voiced by: Jaimi Barbakoff

Frank Honey

Voiced by: Trevor White

  • The Ditz: He says and does so many stupid things, it seems surprising that the chief hasn't fired him. This includes mistaking a walky-talky for a phone, and then trying to order pizza with it. He doesn't catch on when Dunby points out these things.
  • Literal-Minded: He took the expression, " hard to find as a needle in a haystack," to reference an actual lost-needle case deemed unsolvable. Cue an Escort Mission to try and finally find the needle.
  • Worthless Yellow Rocks: A variation: After following a robber to a haystack, Frank and the player find a stolen diamond, then Frank laments that he failed to find the needle.

Marion Dunby

Voiced by: Kerry Shale

  • Donut Mess with a Cop: Sends the player on a Fetch Quest for some donuts he needs to check for tampering.
  • The Nicknamer:
    • While "inspecting" the tampered donuts, he also tries in vain to create a snappy Alliterative Name for the tamperer.
    • Frank Honey admits that Dunby refers to him as, "a Sub-Junior Idiot-head"; Dunby demoted Frank so many times that month, he had to create new titles to describe his incompetence.

Mayor Gleeson

Voiced by: Larissa Murray

Natalia Kowalski

Voiced by: Jules de Jongh

Jethro Hayes

Voiced by: Peter Serafinowicz

  • Fetch Quest: The player must find the cannons holding his pigs, and launch the pigs back to their pen. Unlike most Quests, the player doesn't need to talk to Hayes in person in order to start it, or to collect the prize (Hayes ships it to the player's location via "carrier pig"), meaning he/she can perform it in conjunction with other tasks.

Cornelius Burns

Voiced by: Peter Serafinowicz

Clarence "Stinky" Fletcher

Voiced by: TBA

Duke Huckleberry

Voiced by: Nigel Whitmey

Albert Spindlerouter

Voiced by: Josh Robert Thompson

  • The Ahnold: And just like in LEGO City Undercover, he name-drops a Schwarzenegger film in every other sentence. This time, the subtitles even capitalize the movie titles he mentions to make it even more blatant.
    Albert: Yes, good work! That wall was Expendable and you did very little Collateral Damage!
  • I Lied: Since he is a parody of the Trope Namer, he uses a paraphrased version of the original quote.
  • Quest Giver: Fixing up weak points in the city's prison, and fighting the prisoners.

Rex Fury

Voiced by: TBA

  • Villain with Good Publicity: Subverted and lampshaded. Billboards with Rex's likeness on them have somehow appeared all over LEGO City, but everyone already knows he's a criminal and question why he gets to be on billboards despite this.

Forrest Blackwell

Voiced by: Peter Serafinowicz

  • Evil Is Hammy: Very, very hammy.
  • Evil Laugh: Which lasts for a good thirty seconds, enough time for him to forget why he was laughing in the first place.
  • Hurricane of Puns: On the receiving end after his defeat, until the two cops responsible run out of puns.
  • Lampshade Hanging: As his boss fight gets worse and worse, he turns his laser's power up even further. When he gets to 100%, he points out he should just done that from the beginning.
  • Late-Arrival Spoiler: This game reveals Blackwell as a villain much quicker than LEGO City Undercover did.

Based on Beetlejuice.


Voiced by: Christopher Swindle
"It's showtime!"

Lydia Deetz

Voiced by: TBA

  • Composite Character: Her design, voice, and fascination with death take cue from the movie, but she apparently also gained her animated series incarnation's ability to travel freely between the worlds of the living and the dead, and also refers to Betelgeuse with one of his nicknames from that show.
  • Fetch Quest: Sends you to hunt down pieces of her broken camera.
  • Perky Goth: At one of the Restoration spots on Saturn, she asks for the player's help in creating something dark and fun.

Delia Deetz

Voiced by: Krizia Bajos

  • Incredible Shrinking Man: Like the playable characters, she can become small enough to explore the model town, where she helps restore the covered bridge.
  • Quest Giver: Asks you to help create a new sculpture.

Harry the Hunter

Voiced by: Tom Kane

  • Heel–Face Turn: After a witch doctor cursed him with a shrunken head because of his hunting career, he decides to protect animals instead.

Barbara Maitland

Voiced by: TBA

Adam Maitland

Voiced by: TBA

Miss Argentina

Voiced by: TBA