In a show all about character creation in video games, there's gotta be some interesting characters with interesting tropes, no?
- Affectionate Nickname: Justin sometimes refers to him as "Grif" or, more rarely, Ditto.
- Annoying Younger Sibling: Invokes it in "Recreating Ourselves in WWE 2K16", where he does his best to annoy Justin when "recreating" him in the game, and at times in other episodes where he purposefully gets whiny for comedic effect.
- Contagious Laughter: When one of the brothers laugh, there's a very good chance the other will too.
- Cruel Player-Character God: He is not a merciful god to his monster children. Sometimes even the characters know this, such as the Tanner family from Sims Sweeps Week when he traps them all in glass chambers.
- Curse: Encountered a Wicked Witch outside of Arby's who gave him a hacked copy of Dark Souls I to play and put a curse on him that he'd die if they didn't play it on Monster Factory.
- Hypocritical Humor: Reprimands Justin for perving on Dark Vader's butt when he himself regularly lays on the lasciviousness thick towards other monsters, like Daz and #NOID.
- Mad Scientist: The one who directly creates the monsters.
- Team Dad: The daddy of the Monster Factory, and doesn't like his kids fighting each other in Monster Mania.
- Affectionate Nickname: Griffin sometimes refers to him as "Juice."
- Audience Surrogate: He isn't told ahead of time what Griffin is planning to do and his reactions tend to mirror the viewers' — usually laughter.
- Bait-and-Switch: Justin begins the Final Fantasy episode by telling Griffin that he has a funny observation about the name of the franchise. Griffin supplies fake laughter right up until Justin's punchline.
- Justin: It's called "Final Fantasy," and yet, there are, like, thirty of them, and so my question is this: Why are, like, half of them bad games?Griffin: Oh. The joke didn't go where I thought it would go.
- Broke the Rating Scale: Justin's job is to give each monster a Meaningless Value rating at the end of the episode, which have ranged from using horse dressage scores to Family Feud hosts.
- Contagious Laughter: When one of the brothers laugh, there's a very good chance the other will too.
- Team Mom: The Lady Gaga of the Monster Factory. In Monster Mania, he would prefer it if "the kids" just became friends and went to go play Xbox together.
Patrick GillPatrick Gill occasionally appears as a Guest Host, usually for help with wrestling purposes.
- Bringing in the Expert: Pat returns for Monster Mania to help the McElroys commentate with his superior knowledge of wrestling.
- Straight Man: Takes his job as a wrestling commentator slightly more seriously than the McElroy brothers.
- Griffin: Is this Shinsuke Nakamura's entrance?Pat: Uh, this is Toucan Dan's entrance.
- Temporary Substitute: Pat subbed in for Justin while the latter was on paternity leave, hosting alongside Griffin for the last two episodes of the Arby McDonald trilogy.
- Amazing Technicolor Population: Has pale blue skin.
- Determinator: Refuses to give up.
- Fairytale Motifs: According to Griffin and Justin, he's Squirtle who traded his voice in exchange for taking on a more humanoid form, drawing parallels to The Little Mermaid.
- Nice Guy: By Monster Factory standards, but he's described as the kindest and gentlest of the main Dark Souls creations in his MFWF match against Toucan Dan and The Junker.
- Big Eater: Per his inspiration - he ate all the Lasagna JPEG files off of the internet, and his hunger is still not sated.
- Physical God: As a result of eating lasagna, he can do almost anything, like flooding his jail cell with horses.
- Super Strength/Super Speed/In a Single Bound: Can run and jump like he's Golden Age Superman.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Lasagna JPEG files.
- Ambiguously Bi: Had a child with an unseen woman and tries to hook up with female Sims, but is very close to Cousin Specialagent and Justin suggests Griffin have Dark Vader start a relationship with a male Sim so they can add in yet another dad to the dynamic.
- Child Hater: Was intended to be one but bizarrely is happy around kids and he spawns hugging his son.
- Informed Flaw: Despite supposedly being a Child Hater, the very first thing he does is hug his son. Later on, he also becomes happy upon walking past another child.
- Informed Poverty: Walks back home from the bar because he apparently can't afford the fare for an Uber, despite living in an extremely extravagant and luxurious mansion.
- Potty Failure: Griffin makes him wet himself and then makes Cousin Specialagent clean up the mess.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Hamburgers. He makes a big plate of them at one point, and Justin and Griffin completely ignore all of his other needs to finish them.
- Video Game Cruelty Potential: Griffin denies him the ability to use the bathroom and causes him to piss his pants as a result for his own amusement.
- Adorably-Precocious Child: A competent businessman at an extremely young age.
- Has Two Mommies: The kid in My Two Dads 2 with biological dad Dark Vader and Cousin Specialagent as his parental figures. Justin points out he actually has three dads, counting Griffin as his creator.
- High-School Hustler: Not in high school yet, but fits the bill.
- Writers Cannot Do Math: Griffin says that the "squared" in "My Two Dads Squared" comes from the three dads Daytrader has (Dark Vader, Cousin Specialagent, and Griffin) because "two squared is three."
- Becoming the Mask: Griffin suggests he won't betray Dark Vader because he'll realize they need each other as two horrible monsters and become True Companions.
- Covert Pervert: Is suggested to enjoy mopping up Dark Vader's piss.
- Killed Off for Real: Dies, with Dark Vader attempting to bury his ashes at a gym. Griffin tried without success to bring him back in Sweeps Week.
- Long-Lost Relative: Claims to be a cousin from Daytrader Vader's mom side of the family as part of his cover and infiltration into the Vader family. Dark doesn't keep in touch with her so he doesn't realize it's not true.
- The Mole: An undercover agent trying to investigate Daytrader Vader's shady online deals.
- Parental Substitute: Seen as Daytrader Vader's second dad.
Sweeps Week Cast
- Assassin Outclassin': Boba Fett is tasked to kill Ray Romano, but is Raymond comes away from the battle victorious; Boba Fett quickly succumbs to his injuries and dies.
- Back from the Dead: Greg Montgomery eventually and miraculously revives after being deleted.
- Balancing Death's Books: When Griffin and Justin agree that The Tanners shouldn't be forced to pay the blood price in full by themselves, having already sacrificed Danny and Joey, Griffin switches over to Dharma and Greg and Greg is killed to "satisfy the dark hunger." The cast of Frasier promptly comes to Dharma's side and thanks her for her husband's life essence.
- The Cameo: The Vader family lives in the same neighborhood as them, and have been seen on occasion in the series. Additionally, the casts of The Big Bang Theory and Friends are seen as having been placed in the neighborhood, but never appear during gameplay.
- The "Fun" in "Funeral": Greg's funeral is more of a bonfire party.
- Humanoid Abomination: When Griffin deletes Greg, the cast of Frasier immediately approaches Dharma, where the men introduce themselves as the "Greg-Eaters," before thanking her for satisfying their "dark hunger" and ominously chanting "THE DEBT MUST BE PAID."
- Killed Off for Real: Steve Urkel becomes a vampire and soon dies from sunlight exposure. Later, Boba Fett is killed by Ray Romano while trying to collect a bounty on him, while Ryan Atwood burns to death in a botched attempt at insurance fraud.
- Massively Multiplayer Crossover: Classic sitcom characters (and Boba Fett) all interact.
- Men Are the Expendable Gender: When it comes time to pay the blood debt, Justin chooses to kill off Danny and Joey from Full House, and when Griffin moves to delete either Dharma or Greg, Justin chooses to kill off Greg because he believes that Dharma would be more of a positive force in the world than him.
- Plant Person: Uncle Joey is a Plant Sim. Justin and Griffin also experiment with giving him and his family salads and "pissbushes" for heads.
- Sadistic Choice: Griffin forces Justin to decide to kill off two members of the Full House family and later either Dharma or Greg to satisfy the dark hunger.
- Somebody Doesn't Love Raymond: Boba Fett cultivates a hatred towards Ray Barone during the course of his mission to collect the bounty placed on his head by an unknown party, so much so that when he succumbs to the injuries he sustains during his fistfight with Raymond, his epitaph reads, "I Hated Raymond". Griffin insinuates that Raymond kills anyone who doesn't love him the way they're supposed to.
- Accidental Art: His magnificently deformed body was a completely spontaneous accident caused by the numerous mods installed in the game.
- Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Every time he sets off to find Stewie he gets derailed by party invites, phone games and fishing.
- Plant Person: Griffin accidentally turns him into one, but just runs with it.
- Would Hurt a Child: Repeatedly walks past a lost and distressed Stewie Griffin without helping him.
- Workaholic: Todd is so preoccupied with his career that he keeps an exposed toilet in his workspace, facing the televisions so he can continue to monitor his programs. In fact, outside of his office in the basement, his house is completely bare except for a simple bed, and his only indulgence in life is collecting opulent fountains.
- Above Good and Evil: She'll do harm unto whoever she wants whatever way she wants, and Justin says that his only problem with her is that she doesn't "seem to live by any sort of code".
- Humanoid Abomination: As a child, she could clip through walls and kill people with her mind, and also was a noodle-limbed monstrosity a la Slenderman with a touch of giraffe.
- It Amused Me: D-Bomb storms through Vault 101 and the Capital Wasteland laying waste to whatever and whomever she sees fit with her massive firepower and god-like powers, all for seemingly no reason except whimsical bloodlust.
- Self-Made Orphan: She spends a good amount of time murdering her dad in various ways, such as using console commands to kill him at her own birthday party, or summoning Deathclaws to spawn out of thin air and eviscerate him.
Christopher Christopher "The Pebble" Christopher Christopher
Commander Truck Shepard
- A God Am I: Griffin and Justin theorize that Truck himself took the reins of how he wanted to look and that he is self-aware. It's stated that Truck can come out of the computer to kill Griffin and make things non-existent with his presence.
- Alien Geometries: His face, which was created by using a savegame editor to push several variables up a notch.
- Celibate Hero: He's got no time for romance or kissing because he's trying to figure out how his face works.
- Facial Horror: Possibly one of the worst monsters. At one point, his face becomes shaped like an asterisk.Griffin: If H.P. Lovecraft saw this right now, he would shit his pants to death.
Justin: He looks like Stephen King's dick exploded.
Justin: He looks like Wes Craven took a dump in a box fan.
Griffin: He looks like seven pterodactyls.
- The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You: By the end of the video, the brothers agree that he has become sentient and aware of Griffin — and may want to kill him.
- Gag Lips: Starts off with these, but loses them as the McElroys contort his face more and more.
- Groin Attack: Is a "robot dick collector" who likes shooting his enemies in the groin.
- Humanoid Abomination: He crashes the video when the brothers attempt to give him his rating.
- Why Won't You Die?: Griffin tries to make him commit suicide by standing in a jet of fire, but Truck is only mildly hurt. (The Doylist explanation is that they are in the game's Noob Cave. The Watsonian one is covered by other tropes above.)
- Appearance Is in the Eye of the Beholder: At one point, he transforms into a regular teenager for Justin but remains the Boy Mayor for Griffin. When he turns into smoke for Griffin, Justin still sees the teenager, until the Boy Mayor turns into something else Griffin dubs his own political body-double.
- Involuntary Shapeshifter: Is transformed several times in the "Second Life, Second Chances" trilogy and never regains his original Boy Mayor form (because the preset option the boys used to do their grim work was no longer available.) He adds a picture of his original form to his doghouse in the last part of the trilogy. He has somehow regained his original human form in Monster Mania.
- Our Werewolves Are Different: Got bit by a furry at the end of "Second Life, Second Chances - Part Two" and transformed into a dog. In the next episode, he turns back into a dog, turns into a dog-human hybrid, and becomes human again.
- Stout Strength: A short, round boy; but it's shown to be a decent part muscle in his performance in the Monster Factory Wrestling Federation.
- Added Alliterative Appeal: Launches a "pizza party prison" to host his election soiree.
- 0% Approval Rating: Near the end, his approval rating is mentioned to be -6,000 percent.
- Sidekick: To the Boy-Mayor, being Justin's avatar when Griffin is usually the one running the Factory.
- Amazing Technicolor Population: A vibrant scarlet red.
- Breakout Character: According to "Saving the World One Knife at a Time in Champions Online", Toucan Dan is the only monster who gets a spinoff show, Toucan Dan's Toucan Jams.
- Does Not Like Guns: A staunch anti-gun activist, though swords and other melee weapons are okay.
- Gone Horribly Right: All the monsters in Monster Factory are pretty bad, but Justin calls Toucan Dan one of their worst ones.
- Heart Is an Awesome Power: He refuses to use guns in Bloodborne, which doesn't go well for him, but does ultimately convince everyone in the world he's right so they tie their guns to big balloons and let them fly away.
- Hypocritical Humor: He lets his gun-toting summoned ally beat the Cleric Beast for him, before banishing them for using guns.
- In-Series Nickname: "Toucan Dan, the (Spooky Kabuki) Toucan Man."
- Amazing Technicolor Population: Has yellow skin, as befitting his name.
- Bizarre Human Biology: His internal organs are all banana meat.
- Dissonant Serenity: His default facial expression is a pleasant smile, earning him the moniker of a "chill-ass banana man."
- Et Tu, Brute?: Monster Mania reveals his manager Grandpa Piss turned on him to support Brock Lesnarnote .
- Know When to Fold 'Em: After he loses, Griffin and Justin believe he'll quit wrestling, especially as his doughy, squishy uncle-bod can't take much more wrestling.
- Me's a Crowd: There exist a number of him that were created for a Chiquita Dave Beach Party.
The Final Pam
- Brown Note: Not permanently active, but has the ability to make everything on her sight instantly dies, if she wishes.
- Came Back Wrong: She can revive anything she wants but doing so does not heal them, resulting in hideous zombie-like reanimations.
- Cold Equation: As she and Trash Hulk run for their lives after the bombs drop, she regretfully kills all her neighbors because she surmises that the vault won't hold enough resources to sustain everyone.
- Complete Immortality: She cannot by harmed by any means. She is ultimately defeated only by sealing her in an unkillable world and uninstalling the whole game. It doesn't work.
- Dark Action Girl: Canonically the most powerful monster in Monster Factory who trumps other Physical Gods and Reality Warpers like G.A.R.F.I.E.L.D. and D-Bomb.
- The Dreaded: Pam has made a couple of appearances in other videos, and each time is greeted with dread and terror, as befitting of her power.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: The most violent and dangerous monster by far, but she deeply loves her beautiful boys and many husbands.
- Forced Transformation: Has the ability to turn anyone who sees into anything else. This includes transforming her Robot Husband into a very handsome human man or the Liberty Prime to help her fight.
- Goggles Do Nothing: Her second outfit has her wearing goggles without any real use. The trope itself is averted since she uses them because she it makes her look prettier.
- Husky Russkie: Never outright referred as Russian, but her accent is clearly meant to be a Russian one and she is massivly bulky and rough.
- I'm a Humanitarian: Regulary devours the corpses of her slain victims.
- In Touch With Her Feminine Side: Despite her previously mentioned Husky Russkie tendencies, she still enjoys feminine things, such as pretty dresses and wears plenty of make-up.
- Ironic Hell:Sealed in a world where everything and everyone shares her absolute invulnerability to everything, rendering her destructive aspirations moot.This fails to stop her.
- Humanoid Abomination: Initially conceived of as the fifth horseman of the Apocalypse. Her power only grows as the Fallout 4 series continues, culminating in her annihilating the game from the inside out, only for it to reform around her as a Lotus-Eater Machine designed to keep her sealed away. In the end, she survives Griffin uninstalling Fallout 4 and proceeds to invade every video game ever made.From: T.Howard@mailpipe.com
Subj: Containment breach
God help us all.—T
- Kill 'Em All: Her ultimate goal is to do this with the whole game.
- Make My Monster Grow: One of her many powers. Can also work backwards, making her opponents (or herself for a tactical advantage) tiny.
- Mind Manipulation: Capable of controlling others around her and even outright turning their brains off.
- Names to Run Away From Really Fast: Come on, would you want to get on the bad side of somebody named Final Pam?
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: During her match with Turbovicki, Pam snaps and unleashes one of these. Starting with an Irish Whip, slamming Turbovicki into the ropes, picking her up and hurling her at the ropes, bouncing off the ropes and using the momentum to kick Turbovicki into the canvas, followed by a legdrop and then a chokeslam. The sheer power of this assault forces Turbovicki to grab a weapon, not that it helped her.
- Robosexual: In love with Codsworth.Hello, metal husband. Three-eyed metal husband.
- One-Hit Kill: She is over level 4000, resulting in instant death to anything that dares cross her path.
- Omnicidal Maniac
- The Power of Creation: Can make anything she wants out of thin air. This includes any living thing or just bombs.
- Reality Warper: Canonically the strongest monster, and demonstrates this by toying with reality around her. This even extends to the very foundations of the game.
- Signature Scene: Oftenly shown in her quiet town... with the background dominated by hellish sky and a helicopter she just made explode and is falling into a house.
- Stuff Blowing Up: Can spawn countless bombs and mines instantly, causing this. She can also use her kill-everything-on-sight-attack to make helicopters and other vehicles suffer this fate.
- Third-Person Person: She speaks like this a whole lot.
- What the Hell Is That Accent?: Her accent sounds Mexican to some viewers, Russian to others.
- Willfully Weak: To an extent. She wields an axe despite her fists being ten times stronger, but the axe can still kill anything.
- Fastball Special: Her favorite method of attacking is to throw her companions into her enemies.
- Swapped Roles: During Monster Mania, the roles are reversed when Panpan throws Randyjohnson instead.
- Noodle Incident: Has a non-functioning eye, but her scar is over the one that still works, somehow.
- Weapon of Choice: Panpan.
- Fastball Special: Created as a projectile weapon for Randyjohnson, to the point that his original moniker was going to be "Toss Boy." In a twist of fate, performing this with Randyjohnson as the fastball leads to their victory in their MFWF Tag Team match against the Boy-Mayor and Totinos.
- Younger Than He Looks: Super wrinkly, with Justin comparing him to Benjamin Button.
- Familiar: Fights partly by controlling her feline familiar, Vape Life.
- Little Bit Beastly: Despite her large, furry ears, she appears otherwise human. Or at least, as human as characters can get on Monster Factory.
- Smoking Is Cool: Is very passionate about vaping.
- Unusual Ears: Has large, furry animal ears.
- Team Normal: One of the few Monster Factory creations that isn't a monster, much to Justin's dismay.
- And I Must Scream: Griffin muses on the idea of leaving the game running all day so other players can see the Junker getting killed over and over again for his crimes.
- Chaotic Stupid: An agent of chaos, and one that will kill his own allies and attack monsters way more powerful than him with nothing but a stick.
- Deep South: Has a strong accent and is characterized as a stereotypical hick.
- Expy: Of The Joker. Specifically gets compared to Jared Leto's version from Suicide Squad (2016).
- FaceHeel Turn: Starts off fighting monsters, and ends the episode as a Sixth Ranger Traitor who tried to kill all his own allies. Seems to stick as a heel in Monster Mania, where he steals Toucan Dan's win and beats the heroic Squirtle with an underwhelming move.
- Fourth-Wall Observer: After clearing out an area of enemies, the Junker turns to the camera and tries waving Griffin and Justin in, telling them it's safe now if they want to get inside.note
- Humanoid Abomination: Canonically the son of Kingseeker Frampt from Dark Souls I.
- Laser-Guided Karma: Kills almost everyone at the Firelink Shrine for no reason, and gets his ass kicked about a dozen times in punishment.
- Religious Bruiser: Is deeply releegious and has his favorite Bible verses engraved in his Weapon of Choice.
- Dude, Not Funny!: Some of the depression jokes made by the brothers may hit too close to home.Justin, as Griffin adjusts a slider: He goes from like, "Oh, you know, I'm hanging in there," to "Well, actually, now that I think about things, I'm bad."
- The Eeyore: Perpetually in a state of sadness.
- The Minion Master: Gil stands by to watch his minion, Sword Master, fight Vordt of the Boreal Valley. His encouragement pays off, and Sword Master is eventually victorious.
- Mundane Horror: Gil's face is monstrous just because it's so mundane in comparison to the brothers' other monsters. They try pushing him to the usual cartoonish limits, but it just doesn't feel right. He ends up one of their most normal-looking yet awful creations ever.
- One-Hit Kill: Is capable of killing every enemy in one or two hits. Too bad everything dogpiles him with such speed and murderous vigor that it's hard for him to even run away, let alone attack.
- Perpetual Frowner: As pictured above.
- Action Girl: Natch, she is a Soul Calibur fighter, racks up a decent amount of wins even with an inexperienced player, and manages to beat Leather Daddy Voldo in a five-round matchup as an AI.
- Dark-Skinned Blonde: Has fairly dark skin and pale pink hair.
- Pintsized Powerhouse: She's the smallest possible character height, putting her head and shoulders below Leather Daddy Voldo.
- Rummage Sale Reject: Much to their disappointment, the McElroys couldn't make her as hideous as their other creations, so they settled for giving her a silly outfit. In-Universe, she repurposed her Tomba! costume to cosplay Sly Cooper.
- Aborted Arc: Griffin suggests at the end of Daz's episode that they recreate Daz in a future sport-related game, but he is not mentioned again.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Despite the McElroy Brothers' usual playstyle, he ends up a semi-competent golfer.
- The Atoner: Haunted by his previous "golf sins."
- Badass Pacifist: In theory, the result of the brothers trying to do a Pacifist Run in a game that doesn't allow for it.
- Expy: He's partially based on Batman. Unfortunately he didn't go up against the Junker in Monster Mania 2K17.
- Hero with an F in Good: Subverted. He's definitely, definitely a very good non crime-doer. The police even highlight him for it!
- Ironic Nickname: Before they hit on "Trüllbus," Griffin called him "Nasty Crime Boy."Justin: "Wait, you cannot have an anti-crime character named 'Nasty Crime Boy'!"Griffin as Trüllbus in a weird British accent: "Why not? Don't tell me what my name can or cannot be, I've got a weird black hand on my chin."
- Knight Templar: Kills and steals an awful lot in the name of eliminating crime.
- Pay Evil unto Evil: "That's definitely a crime, and that one's punishable by crime!"
- Red Baron: The Crime Eater.
- Self-Made Orphan: He killed his parents in an alley after watching Zorro and did it so bad they called it Crime Alley. He was so embarrassed that it made him hate crime.
- Thou Shalt Not Kill: None of his guns are lethal. His preferred weapon merely teleports people to Dairy Queen, and his RPG launcher delivers Role Playing Games (specifically classic SNES titles) as opposed to Rocket Powered Grenades.
- Weaponized Teleportation: He has a gun that transports enemy combatants to the nearest Dairy Queen Safety Zone.
- Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: All Jaa'ms are hot pink.
- Gag Lips: "The Dog That Kisses Back".
- Horse of a Different Color: Designed to replace the dog as the ultimate pet. Its success is... debatable.
- Kill 'Em All: Different stages of evolution for it get this reaction from Griffin and Justin several times and Griffin ultimately destroys the planet they inhabit to get rid of them, admittedly more out of annoyance at Spore than at Jaa'm.
- Superior Successor: Griffin and Justin try to make Jaa'm this to dogs, but the results are usually just flat-out abominations. The final version of Jaa'm is the closest they come and they deck it out with multiple features that are supposed to be superior, but even then they end up trying to delete Jaa'm and eventually blowing up Slam Dunk City with them on it.
- The Bus Came Back: Look closely when Shreck the Movie enters the Tribal stage. The Jaa'ms are one race of enemy creature that the Shrecks would have had to contend with had the brothers continued playing Spore.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Has a backpack full of applesauce.
Shreck the Movie
- Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: All Shreck the Movies are a nasty pale green.
- Took a Level in Badass: Initially a doofy-looking green mess, but as the species climbs through the food chain and beats all the competition, it becomes clear that they are a force to be reckoned with. As they enter the tribal stage they become covered in head to toe with ornamental armor and end up looking much cooler than first intended.
Buzzbo the Bee Movie
Turbovicki, Turbosusan and Turbojanet
- The Ace: Turbovicki is created to be the ultimate sportsperson.
- Acquired Situational Narcissism: Deserved, given that she was getting good hits in on The Final Pam of all people, but her cockiness and showboating when she had the upper hand ultimately cost her the match in the Monster Factory Wrestling Federation.
- Action Mom: Turbovicki is the ultimate athlete, a Master Swordswoman, and wrestled a Physical God without dying (again). Her daughter Turbosusan is also supposed to be one and Turbojanet is supposed to be an Action Girl.
- Back from the Dead: Apparently resurrected for Monster Mania.
- Badass Normal: Gave the Final Pam a run for her money and the biggest challenge Pam has faced. True, Pam was being Willfully Weak, but at one point Patrick believed she was trying to beg for more strength from the forces she gets her powers from, in order to finish off Turbovicki.
- Batman Grabs a Gun: Despite being billed as the ultimate sportsman, she ends up grabbing a hammer to use as a last ditch resort in her match against the Final Pam. It turns out about as well as you'd expect.
- Broke Your Arm Punching Out Cthulhu: Again, got some good hits in during her fight against The Final Pam in the MFWF, but the fight was always meant to end in tragedy for Turbovicki.
- Deadpan Snarker: Turns out to be very snarky in her brief conversation with DickCheney before their showdown.
- Genki Girl: Gives off this personality in her Ultimate Warrior style entrance at Monster Mania.
- Master Swordswoman: Beats DickCheney in Swordplay and then defeats two back-to-back swarms of the Foot Clan. She becomes horrified when the sword gets thirsty for blood, and begs her enemies to run.
- One-Man Army: Capable of single-handedly fighting off hordes of Foot Clan swordsmen.
- Skull for a Head: Her face has a bizarre resemblance to this trope. Even moreso in her Monster Mania version, where her face isn't tiny and squeezed together, and more skull-sized; Griffin bursts out in laughter at the sight of it and describes it aptly as a grim mask of death.
- Uncanny Family Resemblance: Turbovicki, Turbosusan (her daughter) and Turbojanet (her granddaughter) are all identical.
- Worf Had the Flu: Held up as the world's greatest athlete, but has a less-than-perfect record and some pretty abysmal failures. Her first attempt at three-pointers is a standout example. Griffin explained all this as being on edge and paranoid about DickCheney.
- Avenging the Villain: His family, the Foot Clan, attacks Turbovicki after she defeats him. She cuts through them like wet paper.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: Dick's friends enjoy it when he wakeboards because then he isn't in the boat with them.
- Hidden Depths: He is surprisingly good at wakeboarding for an old dude.
- The Rival: To Turbovicki. He comes out the loser in their first and last clash.
- Ascended to a Higher Plane of Existence: Ascends to heaven after his resurrection.
- Beast Man: Has a wolf head and digitigrade legs/feet with multiple ears from several other species, being at least part rabbit, part fox, and part dragon.
- Blade Enthusiast: Loves knives, including having several knives that he takes care of as children, knives that he eats, and also being a bunch of knives.
- Cyborg: Part mech.
- Clap Your Hands If You Believe: Can be resurrected from the power of his children doing push-ups.
- Fashionable Asymmetry: Wears a thick metal pauldron on one shoulder and a tasseled epaulette on the other.
- Good Parents: Loves his knife-kids, and loves his gay daughter.
- Messianic Archetype: Takes on an entire group of superheroes as his children, dies, and is revived and let into heaven through the power of their faith, while letting them all bring in more followers to be his children.
- Monstrous Cannibalism: Eats knives, while also being a sentient collection of knives himself. They may simply be added to his knife-body, though.
- Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: His bio describes him as "part wolf, part mech, part rabbit, part fox, part sunglasses, part dragon, part dad, all dad, all knives." In addition, before becoming a monstrous superhero, he was originally a hamburger.
- Pinocchio Syndrome: His backstory: he was once a hamburger who dreamt of being a man, and a boy-warlock granted him his wish by turning him into the sentient collective of knives that he is today.
- Real Men Wear Pink: His transport power is Rainbow Run.
- Rummage Sale Reject: Metal cuffs, a metal pauldron on one shoulder and an epaulette on the other, an oversized fedora and thick eyeglasses, and a loincloth, all over a yellow flannel shirt and some dad jeans.
- Team Dad: Works as an inspirational and motivational component to his superhero team, which is actually named "My Kids."
- Top-Heavy Guy: Super thick torso, spindly legs.
- The Worm That Walks: Is actually a sentient amalgam of knives.
- Cruel and Unusual Death: Removing his bracelet causes this as he pretty much explodes in a shower of gore. Justin and Griffin are horrified when they see it.
- Driven to Suicide: After jumping the walls of another player's house and being unable to open the door to escape.
- Gag Penis: His most defining trait, as Conan Exiles is a very bepis oriented game.
- Unusual Euphemism: His name.
DJ Slime Time
- Cool Old Lady: She DJs for a living.
- In a Single Bound: She can jump so high she nearly reaches the edge of the skybox.
- Poor Man's Substitute: In-Universe, she's this for the actual protagonist of the game, who's gone missing.
- Senior Creep: Her oily skin and anatomically improbable facial features aren't particularly pleasing to look at. Her personality isn't so bad, but she has very little patience for conversation.
- Super Not-Drowning Skills: Both she and her horse can simply walk around on the ocean floor.
- Cat Boy: He was raised by cat people and his goal is to make himself more catlike in order to fit in. He finally succeeds when Griffin uses a potion to re-edit his avatar and change him to the cat person race.
- Delinquent Hair: Has a massive blue and pink pompadour. Griffin even likens it Josuke Higashikata's hairstyle.
Robert Downey Jr. Jr.
- Cloning Blues: He escaped from the clone factory instead of being destroyed, but sometimes he misses it.
- Bio-Augmentation: Had his bones replaced, and of course, had the boys do their work on him.
- Dumb Muscle: Absolutely massive even by basketball standards, but his Basketball IQ is down the toilet.
- It's All About Me: Throws a tantrum whenever he's not the one with the ball, frequently getting him benched and pushed down the draft pick.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: After being penalized too many times, he eventually starts attacking teammates, the referee, the mascots, and members of the crowd.
- Secret Identity: Changed his name from Gordon Sumner to Gordan Summers, and goes by Stang instead of Sting.
- Super Soldier: His augmentations were meant to improve his basketball skills, in theory.
- Taking You with Me: Decides to sabotage the entire team when he finally becomes fed up with receiving numerous penalties, getting benched, missing shots, and feeling underutilized by his teammates.
- Two-Timer Date: Tries to leave a game midway through to play a concert.
- Underdogs Never Lose: Subverted, his complete lack of experience and bad attitude contributes to his team losing every game in which he plays.
- Alien Sea: His home planet is entirely covered in space gravy, a mysterious substance that doesn't lend itself well to golfing.
- Bratty Half-Pint: Garretttttt's a bit of a nuisance to the other golfers.
- Catchphrase: "I need my medicine!"
- Creepy Child: Well, he looks pretty weird, but Garrettttttt's pretty friendly.
- Dirty Kid: Likes it when people golf through him because he's "nasty."
- Facial Markings: Has two dots and a star on his face.
- Fourth-Wall Observer: Griffin and Justin address him directly multiple times and henote talks back to them.
- Sequence Breaking: Tries to finish a hole other than the one he's on at one point.
- Spell My Name with an S: No matter how many 't's you add to the end of Garretttttttt's name, it's never enough.
- Killed Off for Real: Annihilated when Griffin accidentally replaces him with a template character before he had a chance to save.
- Squashed Flat: Is completely flat; he essentially has no z-axis.
- Acrofatic: He's one of the huskier monsters created for the show, but that does not stop him from zipping around in midair
- Arch-Enemy: Gandalf, who has inexplicably become a dog. He tried to befriend him in their climatic encounter, but was forced to kill him.
- Big Fun: Described by Griffin and Justin as their best friend.
- Broke the Rating Scale: On a sliding scale between Adult Cool and Adult Cool, he's Adult Cool. On both axis.
- Capitalism Is Bad: Murder is its own reward!
- Does Not Like Guns: Downplayed. He still looks great using guns, but not as great as when he kicks, so he refuses to use any other weapons, including a gunblade. On the other hand, when he does have a gun out, he's the only one allowed to use it.
- Extremity Extremist: He only kicks, but that's all he needs.
- Eye Scream: His right eye was replaced with a camera, and the other one was gouged out with a pair of sunglasses.
- Happy Dance: Dances to nobody in particular, but loves doing it.
- Hartman Hips: Has t-h-i-c-c trunks.
- Humanoid Abomination: Not only is he a mutant dewman, he also has venom sacks under his chin and can expand his body parts at will. And he's still a cool friend.
- Flash Step: His superpower, and primary means of transportation.
- Interface Screw: He can attack the game's UI.
- Lovable Sex Maniac: Tries to seduce most everything that comes his way.
- Manchild: Looks and sometimes acts like a giant baby.
- Not-So-Imaginary Friend: Griffin has had dreams about Adult Cool since childhood and is surprised and excited to realize he's here and he's real.
- Oni: Has a single horn, but it's not visible under his hats. Even he forgets it's there.
- Perpetual Smiler: Always has a tiny smile on his face. He briefly loses it after Griffin rearranges his face, but it's quickly rectified.
- Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: Of the kicking variety.
- Shaking the Rump: His default dance.
- Space Western: He wears cowboy hats like they're a headset and has a stereotypical Southern mustache.
- Super Speed: Comes with the territory of being a bouncer.
- Toilet Humor: Has a massive, gaping butthole underneath his jacket, and is constantly running out of peepee.
- Vocal Dissonance: Despite his jolly demeanor and American South-inspired look, he talks like a very serious Japanese man.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Absolutely hates monkeys, and will go out of his way to drive them to extinction.
Arby "The Meathead" McDonald
- Lamarck Was Right: How else do you explain her shiny green-and-yellow skin?
- Ass Shove: Griffin spends a solid 15 seconds adjusting a gun such that it is slowly embedded up Dr. Sexgun's ass.
- BFG: He has one mounted on his head.
- Brains and Bondage: He's a doctor who's capable of performing brain surgery, and he also enjoys being locked in a "sex cage."
- Butt-Monkey: Dr. Sexgun is terrible at fighting, only managing to secure a win over an Avocado who really didn't seem to want to fight.
- Chained by Fashion: Wears heavy chains on his forearms. They're part of his bondage kink first and foremost, but definitely add to his image as an intimidating fighter.
- Drop the Hammer: He uses a massive hammer for a short while, and even wins a few rounds with it.
- LOL, 69: The brothers briefly entertain the idea of tattooing the number on his chest before deciding it's beneath them.
- Phallic Weapon: Subverted. While Dr. Sexgun is equipped with several long and hard firearms, his fighting style uses anything but them.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Cauliflower.
- Video Game Perversity Potential: For a while, he has a gun sticking out of his crotch. Griffin spends a lot of time getting the placement just right.
- Wolverine Claws: The final weapon he tries out.
Jim "Captain Cool" Johnman
- Always Identical Twins: At some point during his first game, Jim's identical twin brother shows up as a teammate. Later, said twin becomes the team's umpire.
- Fiery Redhead: Has fluorescent red hair, and is very enthusiastic about cricket.
- Hotter and Sexier: While not to the extent of the antics of Jefferson Tallpipe, Griffin emphatically states that Jim Johnman definitely fucks.
- Involuntary Transformation: It's implied that Jim is the form that Don Bradman takes whenever he hears the song "Rockit" by Herbie Hancock.
- Large and in Charge: He's 210 cm tall and the team captain.
- Improbable Age: A Freeze-Frame Bonus shows that Jim is 16 years old.
- Strong Family Resemblance: Alongside his identical twin brother as a teammate, his dad also appears as an umpire and is an identical copy of him.
- Aborted Arc: Was originally going to be a total creep and was sad that Griffin and Justin made him so messed up, until they stumbled upon his love of makeup and he became a darling hero.
- Decoy Protagonist: He's not the one who leaves the Vault, due to being taken by Todd.
- Guyliner: Hard to see beneath the 37% grime, but he does have immaculate makeup.
- Hero of Another Story: He was going to have great adventures in the wasteland teaching everyone how to do makeup. But nobody actually got to see them, because Todd took him early.
- LOL, 69: The only way they know how to have sex in post-apocalyptic West Virginia is a "siddy-nine."
Freddy "Slimeburger" Jr.
- Big Eater: Eats everything he can immediately, for fear of people stealing his food.
- Inadequate Inheritor: Griffin and Justin spent less time on his creation than his predecessor's, mostly out of spite.
- In Name Only: "Slimeburger" doesn't even do makeup tutorials because the studio in charge of his portrayal of Slime Burger said it was boring, instead electing to spend time playing his guitar, which Slime Burger never even touched.
- LOL, 69: Subverted. He's so inferior to Slime Burger that he doesn't even know how to 69, or even the actual number itself, instead guessing that it's 45.
- Not the Fall That Kills You : Almost immediately jumps off a cliff and dies once he leaves the vault.
Tamitha "Tammy" Radbody
- Body Horror: Covered in bright red vein patterns.
- The Fashionista: Enough so to make Griffin spend $29.99 on a bad game so she could get a cool dress.
- Nature Lover: Knows a lot about tree beef and river Skittles.
- Statuesque Stunner: Extremely tall and lanky, and the boys agree that she looks incredibly rad.
Yoba Skywalker Starwars
- Audience Surrogate: Nanci is hardly his own character, but moreso a vehicle for Griffin and Justin to experience the game with.
- Killed Off for Real: He was permanently deleted because the game's save file got corrupted after an update.
- Perpetual Smiler: Due to his smile being Zach Braff's face projected on his head.
- Paper-Thin Disguise: He's totally not just the mascot of the Philadelphia Flyers, Gritty, in disguise.
- The Power of Friendship: Enters the ring simultaneously alongside his allies, Big E and Ribbie, unlike his enemies who all enter the ring individually.
- Religious Bruiser: Has John 3:16 on his tank top and talks about how the Lord forgives at the start of "The one where they actually play WWE2K20."
- Unknown Rival: He hates all Randies, such as Randy Orton and Randy Savage, but their feelings about him are unknown.
Dugls n' Richrd
- Aborted Arc: Originally had various lipsticks patterns on his face from his giant clown mom, tiny leopard dad, and bank robber sister. However, everything changed upon finding the snowman option.
- Code Name: Daddy.
- Go for the Eye: Played with. Dugls' left eye is covered in stars to trick enemies into thinking it's his weak point, when in reality his comparatively normal-looking right eye is the real weak point.
- High-Class Glass: Both Dugls and Richrd wear monocles.
- Non-Human Sidekick: Richrd to Dugls.
- Short Hair with Tail: Dugls has short hair with an enormous ponytail on top, and Richrd has a smaller one.
- Vampires Are Sex Gods: Dugls may be intimidating, but he's also dang sexy.
- Artificial Family Member: Part of a larger project to make a family of wood people.
- Past Victim Showcase: After many failed alterations, he begins looking more like a Voodoo Doll or a threatening message than a man.
- Punny Name: His name is a pun on "Pinocchio" and "smoke", because he's a wooden man who likes to smoke his vape pen.
- Smoking Is Cool: Hence the name.
- Acrofatic: While not necessarily fat per se, he does have bulk reminiscent of a refrigerator and still manages to pull off impressive feats of agility.
- The Lightfooted: Naturally, for a gymnast.
- Spell My Name with an S: His name is intentionally spelled with lowercase and uppercase reversed.
- Top-Heavy Guy: His upper body is bulky while his legs are very skinny.
- Unexpected Inheritance: His grandfather left him a gymnast-zone located on a pier.
- Very Loosely Based on a True Story: Although the brothers weren't aware, there actually was a gymnast named Kim Kelly. She was notorious for being accepted onto the USA's Olympic team in 1992, despite many's opinion that she had lackluster performance. Then, a week before the Olympics she was unceremoniously replaced. Poor Kim.
- Amazing Technicolor Population: Has "pee green" skin.
- Barbarian Hero: Shirtless and fights with a club - classic barbarian.
- Cavalry Betrayal: Armor Boy thanks them graciously for "rescuing" him after having just thrown him into a group of enemies like a Pokemon, and after doing this multiple times, Ronnie casually murders him when they've decided they don't need him anymore.
- False Friend: Masquerades as Armor Boy's friend and ally only to steer him into battles that Ronnie doesn't want to get involved in; they eventually kill him when they feel confident enough to fight alone, all while ignoring him crying out, "What on Earth are you doing?! You musn't! I thought we were allies!"
- Fiery Redhead: Has deep red pigtails.
- Glowing Eyes: Their eyes glow a light blue.
- Let's Fight Like Gentlemen: Tries not to attack from behind, but sometimes can't help it.
- The Magnificent: Also known as "Ronnie of the Fae".
- Non-Human Non-Binary: Non-binary, and possibly non-human...?
- Vegetarian Carnivore: Despite taking inspiration from the meat-loving Ronald McDonald, they're vegetarian.
Count Beetlejuice-Beetlejuice Beetlejuice of County of Dal
- 0% Approval Rating: Hated by literally everyone - both his subjects and neighboring rulers - for his abundance of negative traits. These include but are not limited to: lustful, gluttonous, greedy, lazy, wrathful, impatient, arrogant, deceitful, craven, cynical, paranoid, sadistic, and stubborn. All of which are apparently evident at the tender age of zero.
- A Child Shall Lead Them: Rules an entire county as a child (the game says he's zero years old).
- Child Soldiers: Somehow a skilled combatant despite his young age and poor health.
- Eyepatch of Power: Covers his missing eye with a glitchy eyepatch.
- I Just Want to Have Friends: He's hated by everyone he knows because of the horrible traits he was born with, but he's willing to do anything to get someone to like him even a little bit, including swearing fealty to another king, offering to host the younger royals of a neighboring kingdom, and converting to any desired religion.
- Kids Are Cruel: An absolute pipsqueak tyrant.
- Meaningful Name: Given the name "Beetlejuice-Beetlejuice Beetlejuice" in order to trick people into summoning Beetlejuice.
- Seadog Peg Leg: Born missing his left leg below the knee.