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Most of the characters in this fiction are in many ways similar to the ones from Star vs. the Forces of Evil, but have significant differences from canon, due to this being an Alternate Continuity. so beware of spoilers.


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Original Characters

The new characters appearing in this story but not in canon.

    Seraph Celosia Diaz 

Seraph Celosia Diaz

Seraph Diaz is the daughter of Marco and Hekapoo.

Born off screen after Marco and Hekapoo’s relationship during the trial. Due to circumstances she had an unusual birth she ages much faster in her mother’s dimension. Living for about a month from her perspective she aged roughly fourteen years physically at the start if the story. She moves in with the Diazes and starts going to school with her father.


  • Action Girl
  • Cute Little Fangs: Takes after her mother.
  • Cute Monster Girl: It has been stated in the story and in the real world.
  • Determinator
  • Dragon Rider
  • Generation Xerox: Oddly enough, Marco and Hekapoo’s daughter looks a lot like Angie, her grandmother.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Seraph is half human, half whatever Hekapoo is.
  • Heroic Bastard: Seraph was conceived from the sexual relations in Marco and Hekapoo’s unique relationship.
  • I Know Karate: Has started to learn it.
  • Meaningful Name: Seraph means flaming one, fitting for someone who can create flames. Her middle name, Celosia, is the name of the flower that Marco once gave to Hekapoo.
  • O.C. Stand-in: Seraph's design is heavily inspired by the unnamed Marcapoo daughter from a non-canon page in MoringMark's ''Ship War AU'’ fan comic.
  • Playing with Fire:
  • Rapid Aging: Seraph has physically aged to her teens while living in Hekapoo’s dimension, with only it being a month’s time from her own perspective.
  • Super Powerful Genetics: Considering Seraph’s parentage, it's not surprising. What is, however, is that she also inherited the naturak understanding of advanced math and physics that Hekapoo uses to craft dimensional scissors. To the point that Ms. Skullnick had to send the girl’s work to actual scientists to get graded.
  • Tell Me About My Father: Hekapoo spent a lot of the time she had with Seraph telling her about Marco.
  • Uncanny Family Resemblance: Seraph looks a lot like her grandmother Angie.
  • Woman Child: Seraph is a unique case, as despite physically being 14 she will sometimes act much younger. This is justified as she 'is' only about a month old, and didn't seem to grow up as fast mentally as she did physically. She is often shown to act like an over-excited child. She still has dolls and responds to moments where she believes she is in trouble like a small child would.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: Seraph is forced to leave her mother's dimension for good because of her Rapid Aging issues.

    Erebus 

Erebus

The Lord of Darkness

A centuries-old entity which whose enough a threat that Hekapoo is terrified upon hearing he’s discovered the existence of her daughter.


  • Affably Evil: While not a good guy he is more than willing to give Seraph a shot to stop him if just to amuse him. He keeps his word too.
  • Casting a Shadow: Erebus can merge with his own shadow and move around along with being able to cast his own shadow as a weapon or shield.
  • The Chess Master: He’s caused a few of the disasters in the story without being there. He even sent infected Hydra’s towards Hekapoo and nearly got her and Marco killed just to see what would happen. If he never said anything no one would know.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Seems off, he’s even aware that something is wrong with magic but doesn’t seem to care enough to even be all that annoyed.
  • Cool Mask: Wears a mask with a simple smile on it.
  • Drama-Preserving Handicap: He limits himself just to fight Seraph cause he bored. The way Hekapoo reacts he could have killed her easily and his broken spell was more than enough to control Hekapoo and Star.
  • The Dreaded: Hekapoo is horrified when she learns that Seraph fought him, implying that he could have easily killed her.
  • Eldritch Abomination: Even for other magical creatures he seems off. Seraph describing him as feeling familiar and very strange at the same time.
  • Just Toying with Them: His entire fight with Seraph seems like this. He constantly taunts her, gives her advice to make her more of a challenge, and seems perfectly content to lose just because it was fun. It's even suggested that he only bothers with the heroes because he was bored.
  • Living Shadow
  • The Darkness Gazes Back: He gives off that feel, his eyes even glow while merged in his own shadow.
  • The Dreaded: Hekapoo is terrified when he hears he was returned, begging Seraph to run if she ever sees him again. Star even comments that he’s the story they tell little kids about to scare them.
  • The Faceless
  • Malevolent Masked Men: Wears a mask and is clear threat.
  • Mind Manipulation: Shows up and manipulates everyone at a school dance, getting them all to attack each other.
  • Ominous Opera Cape: He wears a cape, which Seraph manages to yank on during their fight.

    Lord Wukong 

Lord Wukong


The Young Lord of another dimension. He has just been put in charge after the sudden death o his father. He is clearly having a hard time dealing with all the new responsibilities but he’s doing his best.


  • Expy: Of the Monkey King
  • Horrible Judge of Character: Doesn’t realize that his advisor and the nuns he invited are working to overthrow him.
  • Space Master: With his family’s staff he is able to twist and fold space.
  • Modest Royalty
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: He keeps up a tournament that fosters friendship and camaraderie for multiple dimensions, makes sure his dimension’s barrier hold strong with Hekapoo’s help and even nearly sacrifices himself to stop a black hole from ripping his dimension apart.
  • What's Up, King Dude?: Hasn’t been in charge for very long and hasn’t got the talk down but is trying.

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Returning Characters

    Marco Ubaldo Diaz 

Marco Ubaldo Diaz

“I’m Seraph’s father, I’m Hekapoo’s champion, and I’m Star Butterfly’s best friend, I’m Marco Diaz and I’m the guy whose going to beat you up.”
Marco went on a 16 year long journey to get a pair of scissors and upon returning home he finds it hard to adjust. Then to find out he has a daughter.

     Hekapoo 

Hekapoo


Hekapoo is a member of the Magical High Commission and the forger of the dimensional scissors. She also the mother of Seraph with Marco. Due to the nature of her dimension, she can't raise her daughter in their home dimension.
  • Adult Fear: Hekapoo is rightfully terrified to find out Seraph got into a fight with an old enemy at her. And begs her to run if she ever sees him again.
  • Action Mom: One of the Magic High Commission.
  • Affectionate Nickname: H-Poo calls Marco Muscles.
  • Almighty Mom: She's a member of the Magic High Commission, ruler of her own dimension, and forger of all dimensional scissors.
  • But I Can't Be Pregnant!: Hekapoo honestly didn't think that she could get pregnant. She only found out when she went to the hospital and went into labor.
  • Children Raise You: Raising Seraph has caused her to start moving past her Immortal Immaturity.
  • Cute Little Fangs
  • Cute Monster Girl
  • Formulaic Magic: Hekapoo's ability to craft the dimensional scissors requires her to have an understanding of the math and physics is would take to open up portals to anywhere in all space and dimensions.
  • Empty Nest: Hekapoo is devastated when Seraph has to leave their home.
  • Immortal Immaturity: She has gotten a bit more mature with having a daughter.
  • Parents as People: She tries to be there for her daughter whenever possible, but her job is far too important to spend much time with her.
  • Perverted Drooling: When she thinks back about her time with Marco.
  • Playing with Fire:
  • Missing Mom: Due to circumstances she can’t always be there for her daughter.
  • Ship Tease: Hekapoo and Marco seem rather close despite not having any formal relationship. Flashbacks show that, much to Angie's relief, her granddaughter was not born out of base lust but moments made by explicitly romantic feelings.
  • Who Wants to Live Forever?: Hekapoo has started to see the downsides to immortality with her daughter being mortal.

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