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     Dr. Albert W. Wily 

Dr. Albert W. Wily

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The former partner of Dr. Thomas Light, Dr. Wily felt that Light had received attention that should have been due him instead. Because of this, he plotted to steal the Robot Masters and make the world recognize his genius by conquering it. Too bad he never counted on a certain lab assistant volunteering to become a fighting robot in order to stop him.


  • Adventurer Archaeologist: Decides to take this up following the "Return of Dr. Wily" arc. Figuring no one will find him in some forbidden ruins, he could also investigate the mystery of the place and get recognition for it. Played for Laughs when his age and general lack of fitness causes some issues early on.
  • A God Am I: The plan he concocts with Dr. Eggman during the Worlds Collide crossover is meant to literally invoke this.
  • Alien Among Us: Attempts to invoke this in the third story arc, but it was just a Hologram.
    • He plays it straight with Ra Moon.
  • Attention Whore: To his detriment at times.
    Elec Man: "The man is as subtle as a blown transformer."
  • Driven by Envy: One of the primary reasons he became a villain. He was jealous of Dr. Light's success.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Dr. Cossack even states that Dr. Wily, bad guy that he is, still cares for his creations. Granted, he was using his Robot Masters as sacrificial lambs, they were aware of that fact. They don't seem to take it personally after being uploaded into new bodies... until the "Legends of the Blue Bomber" arc, where many of the Robot Masters express regret and frustration at what Wily is forcing them to do.
  • Even Evil Has Standards:
    • During the crossover, Wily grows increasingly disturbed by Eggman's more evil acts, like attempting to outright kill his old friend Dr Light. In the end he also urges Eggman to NOT attack the guy who is trying to save their universes from oblivion. In the series proper, after Ra Moon reveals its intention to Kill All Humans, he immediately tries to stop it.
    • In issue 45, when he blows up Light Labs, he makes sure Dr. Light and Roll are safe in the underground bunker, and seems insulted that Break Man thinks he would actually kill them. As he puts it, "I'm vengeful, but I'm not a monster."
    • In issue 55 He claims the nuclear core within Blues could potentially blow up and take out a crowded area if he didn't keep coming to Wily to get it maintained. But Blues finds out from Dr. LaLinde that the core has a casing around it, meaning Wily was lying about that and really the only thing it'll "kill" is Blues if it burns out. Seems Wily is still sticking to his "Not Being a Monster" credo.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Dr. Light. Shares the same level of intellect and skills, but Wily is the opposite in temperament and desire.
  • Evil Former Friend:
    • With Dr. Light, who was willing to cut a break for Wily despite his past acts. In flashbacks, we see Wily actually concerned for his friend, and tries cheering him up.
    • He was actually closed to making a real Heel–Face Turn because of the kindness and trust Dr. Light showed him by revealing Gamma. Once again, however, his envy got in the way.
    • He still seems to retain some of this. He will give Dr Light credit when it's due, remarking on his brilliance. Also he got pretty pissed off when Eggman tried to kill Dr Light.
    • He does show some regret for his betrayal and using Light to obtain Gamma, but kept going because as he puts it, he burned all his bridges.
  • Evil Genius: Dude starts a war so the whole world will recognize him as the World's Greatest Genius.
  • Evil Gloating: He's practically addicted to it.
  • Evil Is Not a Toy: Something Wily learned the hard way with Ra Moon.
  • Evil vs. Evil: Him fighting against Ra Moon after the latter betrayed him.
  • Exhausted Eye Bags: Dr. Wily focuses so much on completing Ra Thor that his eyes look like Gaara's by the time he's through.
  • Fatal Flaw: Pride and envy. It was shown more than once Wily could be a decent person, but those two flaws brings the worst in him and prevents Wily from having any chance of a true Heel–Face Turn.
  • Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow: In an flashback, we see a younger Wily... still bald and graying, but with a ponytail instead of his normal hairstyle.
  • The Heavy
  • Honor Among Thieves: Dr. Wily commands the genuine loyalty of the robot masters he creates himself. He also keeps his promise to Mega Man after the latter overloads his power matrix shooting Ra Moon by taking the dying robot back to Dr. Light.
  • Hypocrite: He has the gall to accuse Dr. Light of lacking humility.
  • Icon of Rebellion: Tends to use a skull motif, as well as his own "Dr. W" logo.
    • Sigil Spam: As if to parody the concept, Dr. Wily has been depicted with a very large "Dr. W" stamp on the cover of issue 12.
  • Insufferable Genius: One of his demands, in addition to surrender of all world governments, is to be officially recognized as the greatest genius who ever lived.
  • It's All About Me: One of the major driving forces in his life it seems.
  • Large Ham: To the point where he'd be hard to take seriously if he didn't have an army backing him up.
  • Mission Control Is Off Its Meds: Wily during the Mega Man X crossover. He does more-and-more stuff that would get Mega Man and his allies killed.
  • Noodle Incident: Dr. Wily was banned from working on advanced robotics due to "unethical experiments". No further explanation has been offered.
    • As of issue 37, we see what he was working on. The Wily Walker, a mobile weapons platform with anti-personnel, anti-armor, support, and a payload of decay-resistant chemical weapons. No wonder he ended up banned.
  • Obviously Evil: Dr. Wily's appearance and expressions aren't exactly subtle. Even strangers to the franchise should be able to tell he's the bad guy as early as his first appearance.
  • Out-Gambitted: By Ra Moon. Big time. He takes control of half of Wily's robots, use his technology go cause a worldwide blackout, shut down the Mega Man 2 Robot Masters, take controls of Wily's ace Ra Thor, and as a final kick improves the Yellow Devil making Ra Devil. Him constantly outsmarting Wily causes him to have a Villainous Breakdown.
  • Pet the Dog:
    • In the "Spiritus ex Machina" arc, Wily treats his robot creations like companions. He confides to his Robot Masters as he investigates the Lanfront Ruins, and in general treats them better than anyone else.
    • Manages to repair and upgrade Blues, and all without destroying his personality.
    • Putting his pride aside to help Dr. Light repair a dying Mega Man.
  • Pride: Wily's ego is too big for just one of the Ego Tropes.
  • Puzzle Boss: The "alien" from Mega Man 2. Rather than fight it like Wily planned, Mega Man takes out the hologram projector.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Invoked with his apparent transformation into an alien, shown above, in issue 12.
  • Sliding Scale of Villain Effectiveness: Credible. Very, very credible. Bordering on High even.
  • Smug Snake: Despite his brilliance, Wily does have spades of this, especially during the Ra Moon story arc where he was outsmarted and Out-Gambitted at every turn.
  • Supervillain Lair: Manages to set up several of these in short succession, only for Mega Man to infiltrate them and defeat him.
  • Take Over the World: Why? To prove to the world that he is indeed a great genius.
  • Things Man Was Not Meant to Tamper With: Tends to ignore the warning label even if he can see it.
  • Villainous Breakdown:
    • Had a brief one after Ra Moon betrayed and attempted to kill him.
    • During the same story arc he has another one after Ra Moon takes control of Ra Thor. He actually apologizes to Mega Man for causing the entire situation.
  • Villain Cred: Dr. Light genuinely believes that Wily is a serious threat to the world in the first arc.
  • Villain: Exit, Stage Left: Pretty skilled at this. He's successfully escaped every time he's tried except for the first arc. He even pulls this off at the end of the Mega Man 2 adaptation which he didn't in the games.
  • Villains Out Shopping: In several of the Short Circuits. Often with Mundane Utility use of one or more robot masters.
  • Villain Respect: Wily is honestly surprised that Mega Man is willing to sacrifice himself to save humanity from Ra Moon. He is so impressed that he grants Mega Man's final request.

     Proto Man / Break Man / Blues Light (DLN-000) 

Proto Man / Break Man / Blues Light (DLN-000)

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Blues during his travels and as Break Man.

The original creation of Dr. Light developed as part of the scientist's contract with the military, Blues was intended to be a prototype that would remain with him as a son once development was completed. For a time, the two lived together happily... until the day when Blues demonstrated his abilities for the military. A crippling weakness in his power supply was discovered, one which, if repaired, ran the risk of damaging his personality core. After (thinking he was) overhearing Dr. Light considering rewriting his personality, Blues was devastated and ran away.

After wandering the earth for a time, he eventually decided he was wrong, and decided to return to Light Labs... only to discover Dr. Light had "replaced" him with Rock and Roll. After hearing of the Lanfront Ruins and its mysterious technology disabling field, he resolved to go there and quietly go offline. However, fate intervened when he was discovered by Dr. Light's old colleague, Albert Wily, who repaired him and weaponized him. Blues was now effectively reborn... as Break Man.


  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Deconstructed in that he goes rogue, but he never truly turns evil. Bitter and vindictive perhaps, but not evil.
  • Anime Hair: The first portrayal to regularly show off his impressive pompadour.
  • Anti-Villain: He was not evil in spirit, just insecure about what he was.
  • Child Soldiers: Invoked when Dr. Light built and programmed him as a son while under contract to the military. However, Dr. Light only intended for him to demonstrate his abilities, and once the contract was secured, for him to live with him normally as his son.
  • Cain and Abel: Really heats up in Issue 23, with Blues becoming jealous after Dr. Light praises Rock on television. This leads to Break Man attacking his brother.
  • The Cavalry: Comes to Rock's aid in issue 31, leading the repaired MM 2 robot masters, plus Bomb Man and Cut Man.
    Bomb Man: "Yo! We hear you boys ordered an army?"
  • Cool Shades: One of the trope's poster children. Played ridiculously straight in that we never see his eyes even when he's not wearing them.
  • Death Seeker: In Worlds Unite, his first reaction to being stuck in an extremely dicey situation is to sacrifice himself to save others, since his cynical world view causes him to interpret his situation as bleaker than it really is.
  • The Dragon: He is currently this to Wily, leading the MM 2 and MM 3 Robot Masters.
  • Dying Alone: Bad enough to have a flawed power core, but to have no companions nor family is even worse. Because of this, Blues goes to the Lanfront Ruins as a "fitting graveyard" - since no one goes there, he'll really be alone.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: The Short Circuits section in Issue 4. The following issue turns it into a mild Running Gag about him constantly thinking he'll finally get an appearance in the comic proper, only to be shot down each time.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Starts off as a decent guy and does heroic deeds at his own expense even after he runs away. Then he gets rescued and recruited by Dr. Wily...
  • The Faceless: Emphasized in his "Break Man" persona. In addition to his opaque shades and helmet, his face is covered by a faceplate. Of course, we all know that's Blues under there.
  • Flawed Prototype: His original flawed power core is the source of all his problems, directly or indirectly.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Shown in one panel of issue 17 feeding birds and a fawn from his scarf.
  • For Your Own Good: Gets told this by Dr. Light when he tries to inquire about the risks of repairing his power core that Dr. Wily just raised.
  • Foregone Conclusion: Seeing that he appeared as Proto Man in Worlds Collide and in Rock of Ages, it is inevitable that he will join the side of good.
  • Good Costume Switch: After fully deciding to be good, he punches the frontal part of his Break Man's helmet and rebrands himself Proto Man until he can embrace his Blues persona back.
  • Gray Rain of Depression: The last panel of issue 17, when he's leaving home.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Becomes official in the 54th issue when he realizes that Wily was using him and purposely powered him with a Nuclear reactor so he'll shut down if he exerts too much power. Ultimately deciding, if that's the case he'll make the most of his time doing good.
  • Heel Realization: Upon seeing the lengths Wily will go for his plans, including using him, kidnapping an innocent girl and forcing her father to be his patsy for purely petty reasons. Blues realizes his mistake in helping Wily and re-christens himself Proto Man, vowing to stop Wily's plans from behind the shadows.
  • Heroic Resolve: Helps people at the cost of running out his faulty power core.
  • Heroic Spirit: Spends his time going around helping people after leaving Dr. Light. It just makes his situation all the more tragic.
  • Hidden Depths: Issue 31 shows that he's a competent enough mechanic to repair several robot masters in a relatively short time.
  • Hurricane of Puns: Generally about him in regards to his Break Man persona. Some gems are "15-Minute-Break-Man" and "Gimme-A-Break-Man".
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: He gets it from Dr. Wily in this continuity.
  • Rock, He Is Your Brother: Issue 28 plays this straight, with Dr. Light telling Roll, who then runs to tell Rock and then steps between the two to take a shot meant for Mega Man.
  • Made of Explodium: Dr. Wily initially taunts Blues into servitude and compliance, because the nuclear power core he gave him is unstable and without constant maintenance could go off like a bomb at any moment. Seeking help from Dr. Noelle LaLinde, she tells him Blues is currently a threat... but only to himself. Only the power flow is unstable and will burn out his circuits eventually (revealing Wily wasn't mad enough to not properly seal his reactor's casing). However, she warns him to avoid combat, and if he must fight to put his shield to good use and NOT to suffer a direct hit.
  • Meaningful Rename: Ultimately decides to call himself "Break Man" in order to symbolizing him "breaking away" from his past.
    • Later dubs himself Proto-Man after seeing the lengths Wily will go just to appease his ego.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: His reaction when he accidentally shoots Roll and sees the destruction wrought by Ra Moon's EMP pulse.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Played for Laughs in Issue 28's Short Circuits. Break Man breaks the storyline itself for four months.
  • Not Now, Kiddo: Pulls a variant on Mega Man in issue 30, stating that his reasons for attacking him and accidentally shooting Roll are less important than the threat of Ra Moon. Restates it in issue 31.
  • Not Wearing Tights: Like his brother, it's armor, not tights.
  • One-Man Army: Justified in that his original design was meant for a military contract even before being upgraded.
  • Opt Out: Tried to anyway, he got sick of Wily's plans which put the world in danger one occasion and the final straw for him seeing that he was now resorting to kidnapping a former colleague's daughter. But Wily strong arms him back into his service by mentioning the nuculer core in him that could blow up at any time and take innocent lives in the process if Blues didn't come to Wily for maintenance every now and then.
  • Poor Communication Kills: Dr. Light was never serious about "rewriting his rebellious streak" or changing his personality, but Blues assumed he was and decided to run away. This is the main reason why his jealously went as far as it did as he never bothered to try to talk to Dr. Light again and figured he was replaced.
  • Ridiculously Human Robot: The first of his kind, which is heartbreaking to watch as he struggles to find a place for himself in the world.
    • More specially, he was too human to relate to other robots (there was no other Robot Master before him), and he couldn't relate to humans because they treated him like a child.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Seeing Mega Man, who he sees as his "replacement" being praised by the entire city as well as Dr. Light drives him to attack the celebration honoring his brother.
  • The Runaway
  • Scarf Of Asskicking: Like Cool Shades, one of the trope's poster children. "Proto-Type" shows him picking it out of a store window while shopping with his father.
  • Shield Surf: He, as Proto Man, performed this maneuver in the Worlds Collide crossover.
  • Super Prototype: He was the basis for the massed produced Sniper Joes. He is a Super Prototype in a sense though with a major flaw; all that superior performance, firepower and processing power proved way too much for his core to handle, causing a system overload during the field demo for the military. One of the military officers recommended a simpler model instead to compensate for this thus the Sniper Joes were created.
  • Super-Strong Child: Like his little brother and sister, he looks like a ten year old kid despite being a robot.
  • Theme Tune: The iconic whistle theme he's known for? He wrote it himself in this continuity.
  • Three Laws-Compliant: Subverted. Blues is unique among all Dr. Light's robots in that he is not bound by the three laws. He has a moral compass to be sure, but can harm a human if he deems it necessary. Thus he is the most human of all his father's creations, and this may be the source of his core's instability. Losing this freedom, is what Blues fears most.
  • Tragic Monster: Possibly since he's working for Dr. Wily now, though he's really more of an Anti-Villain then anything.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: He used to be a happy child before leaving Dr. Light, and even did a few heroics when wandering. However, Dr. Wily managed to corrupt him.
  • Walking the Earth: How he spent his years after leaving Dr. Light.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: As part of his Character Development, Blues has decided he needs to earn his father's love, not that he hasn't already got it, but he feels he needs to earn it for himself, and be worthy of being called Dr. Light's eldest son.
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     Ra Moon 

Ra Moon

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A mysterious machine discovered by Dr. Wily in the Lanfront Ruins and the cause of the technology disrupting field found there. After interfacing with Wily's laptop, he soon resurrects all of Wily's original Robot Masters and helps him to create his second set. He immediately sets himself up as an ally of the doctor, helping him set up a new lab and to prepare for his next evil scheme.

Which was all a lie. Ra Moon is more than just lost technology, and is revealed to be an alien conqueror that crashed down upon Earth and uplifted the indigenous people in order to serve him. However, finding humanity too primitive, Ra Moon destroyed this civilization in order to wait until humanity progressed technologically. Thanks to Dr. Wily rediscovering him and giving him the tools he needed, Ra Moon was ready to enact his centuries long plan. Eventually betraying the doctor, he took control of his Robot Masters and initiated a worldwide EMP pulse, shutting down the world's technology.


     The Emerald Spears 

An extremist anti-technology group seeking to stop the advancement of robotics.

General Tropes:

  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: One of the excuses they use to justify their actions. It turns out they're wrong.
  • The Blind Leading the Blind: Seems likely for a group that originally put someone like Harvey Greenleaf in charge.
  • Doomed by Canon: The Emerald Spears are destined to fail in their mission to stop the unchecked advance of robotics and humanity (and later its cyborg and biotechnological descendants) spend the next 6200 or so years dealing with the consequences.
  • Evil Luddites: Well meaning, but are willing to use violence to accomplish their goals.
  • Gone Horribly Right: The Emerald Spears' plan is to do away with advanced robotics. In Issue 28, we learn Ra Moon's plan to deny humanity all advanced technology so they will destroy themselves, which is promptly implemented.
  • Icon of Rebellion: Their red spearhead emblem, which is seen on Xander's eyepatch and the screen that Harvey appears on.
  • Janitor Impersonation Infiltration: They infiltrate the Advanced Robotics Trade Show by replacing the security guards.
  • Knight Templar: The Emerald Spears have the best intentions for humanity at heart, but their methods make them terrorists willing to put innocent people at risk.
  • Mythology Gag: The name of the organization comes from the producers of the 90's animated series, Ruby-Spears.
  • Sliding Scale of Villain Effectiveness: Low with Harvey Greenleaf. Credible with Xander Payne.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: They make several good points about robots advancing too far and becoming a threat to humanity. They also have a point about humans becoming too dependent on robots. However, they are willing to kill innocents to advance their cause along with robots who did no wrong, including those robots who fight to protect humans.
  • Your Terrorists Are Our Freedom Fighters: Meant to come across as the former while viewing themselves as the latter.

Harvey Greenleaf

Leader of the Emerald Spears. Laid-back and carefree, Harvey is more inclined to discussion than use force to achieve his goals.


  • Big Bad Wannabe: While he's willing to rig a convention center to explode and take hostages, Harvey is more interested in getting the roboticists' attention and debating with them. It's soon clear that he's not cunning or intelligent enough to successfully carry out the plot.
  • Know-Nothing Know-It-All: Is genuinely baffled when the leading robotics scientists are harder to debate over to his point of view than his band of Yes Men. He's still certain he can do it in an hour when Xander takes over.
  • New-Age Retro Hippie: Depicted like this.
  • Strawman Political: He's... pretty much arguing against robotics to be arguing against robotics and in issue 14 the doctors are verbally taking him apart. Up until Xander loses patience and takes over.

Alexander "Xander" Payne

An ambitious and militant Spear, who hates all robotics and will do everything to stop them. After losing an eye during the Spears first mission, he becomes the de-facto leader of the group after disposing of his former commanding officer, Harvey Greenleaf. Later, he plays a major role in the Mega Man/Sonic the Hedgehog crossover event Worlds Unite.


  • Berserk Button: Xander really hates Elec Man. Later, Mega Man even more so. Rock takes advantage of this in order to draw him out.
  • Broken Pedestal: An interesting example. Xander's backstory shows that he was originally supportive of Mega Man and even tried to follow the Blue Bomber's example in fighting the original Robot Masters. Up until Elec Man took him out.
  • Catchphrase: Whatever it takes.
  • The Dragon: To Harvey. Until Xander had enough of his stupidity, and forcibly takes command. Later, its revealed that Xander was the one really running the Spears, and got Harvey to sign on to the attack on the A.R.T.S. Convention.
  • Eyepatch of Power/Red Eye Take Warning: He wears the first to cover up the second, which is his cybernetic eye.
  • Eye Scream: Xander has a cybernetic implant replacing one of his eyes. Why? While he was reprogrammed, Elec Man hit him in the face with electricity and destroyed it.
  • Fallen Hero: A minor case. During the events of the "Let the Games Begin" arc, Xander was a soldier fighting Wily's forces. Inspired by Mega Man's courage, he attacks Elec Man but is severely injured. This results in Xander becoming an extremist.
  • Jumping Off the Slippery Slope: Xander decides that debating the issue is pointless, and decides to jump to outright violence. Even more so when appears later on willing to sacrifice himself and anyone else.
  • Klingon Promotion: Xander promotes himself to the head of Emerald-Spears with a heel kick to Harvey's face.
  • Ignored Epiphany: After Xander rants about how robots will destroy them all, Dr. Light points out the reality of the situation. It's the Spears who are threatening people, and the robots saving human lives. Xander takes a moment to contemplate this only to detonate the explosives shortly afterwards.
  • Insane Troll Logic: The Emerald Spears formed because they recognized that robots could become a serious threat to humanity due to lacking human values such as love and compassion. In issue 21, Xander becomes convinced that humanity can win the war against robots because Mega Man shows him compassion.
  • Moral Myopia: Anything is justified as long as it is 'to stop the advance of robotics'. On the other side of the coin, robots existing is an atrocity.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Even the editor lampshades how menacing the name is in one of editorials.
  • Never My Fault: Sort of. While Elec Man did cause him to lose an eye, he would've still kept it if he had just followed orders.
  • Obviously Evil: Maybe evil is a strong word, but his appearance alone foreshadowed that he was trouble.
  • The Remnant: Xander and what's left of the Emerald Spears after most were arrested following the events of Spiritus Ex Machina.
  • Revenge: It's pretty obvious the whole "Kill Robots For Mankind's Own Good" is just an excuse to get back at the robots who cost him an eye. Especially when it's pointed out that 1) the robots that did attack him were under another humans control and 2) he's the one resorting to violence in trying to help the humans when the robots have been nothing but complacent to their demands. Leading to...
  • Sanity Slippage: Not that Xander was very sane beforehand, but his jaunts through time, and more importantly his visit to X's time, have done a serious number on his sanity.
  • Shoot the Dog: Being captured and monitored by Rush, Xander discusses an instance of this trope in-universe. In his youth, the family dog was caught in an accident but was mortally wounded. So Xander said he had to take care of the dog, at which point Xander fires upon Rush.
  • The Unfettered: Xander will do anything to stop the advancement of robotics including destroying the convention center with the human hostages, his men, and his own brother still inside!
    Xander: Whatever it takes.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Heavy emphasis on the 'extremist'. It gets worse since it is heavily implied that in the future he becomes Mr. X, and he becomes Dr. Wily's supplier.
  • Virtue Is Weakness: What Xander believes after Mega Man refused to kill him.
  • You Are What You Hate: The cybernetic eye he got to replace the one he lost is almost always covered up. Yet he doesn't seem to take any steps to get rid of it.
    • In a more obscure fashion: Xander is a giant conspiracy theorist, believing that the Illuminati is a front organization to obfuscate the actions of the Freemasons. In the future he makes hundreds of shell companies and starts his own conspiracy to take over many present-day companies to finance Dr. Wily.

Theo Payne

Another operative of the anti-robot faction and Xander's brother. Despite being calmer and kinder, Theo still follows his sibling.

Simone Miller

Vicious Emerald Spear operative who seems to enjoy her job. A close follower of Xander, he confines to her along with Theo his real plans.

  • Dark Action Girl: Athletic and well versed in combat. It turns out she went to the same Academy as Agent Krantz.
  • Fiery Redhead: Ruthless and willing to use violence whenever it suits her.
  • Kick the Dog: When a confused robot attempts to get outside the convention center per its directives, Simone is about to stop it. Elec Man manages to talk the machine into staying, but Simone decides to use a cattle prod on it anyways much to Elec Man's disgust. She is likewise all too eager to blast Pharaoh Man when ordered to, even stating "she's been waiting all night" to do it.
  • Noodle Incident: Whatever it was that Agent Krantz reported her for back in the academy. Whatever it was, it was bad enough that she felt she had to drop off the grid.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Generally arrogant and self-assured, the only time she is out of character is when Xander activates the explosives. Afterwards, she's totally frightened.
  • Romance Ensues: For a brief moment when she's alone with Theo.
  • The Runaway: From the same academy Agent Krantz attended.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Seems to be the only female member of the faction.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Disappears from story after she was arrested following the New Year's incident.

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