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The coach and PE teacher at Spooky High.
  • The Atoner: The reason he became a Coach was that he felt ashamed for how his father earned money by selling unhealthy, sugary cereal to kids. It made him dedicate his life to helping young monsters reach their true athletic potential.
  • Cat Folk: He's an anthropomorphic tiger.
  • Good Is Dumb: He has the students best interests at heart, but he's not the sharpest tool in the shed. In one event it is entirely possible to convince him to let the football team snort cocaine to improve their performance.
  • Non-Giving-Up School Guy: Frequently tries his best to make the students reach their true athletic potential by giving them individual workouts. Much to their chagrin.

    Principal Giant Spider / PGS 
Voiced by:SungWon Cho
The giant arachnid in charge of Spooky High.
  • Fantastic Racism: Is a proud, card-carrying anti-robot bigot in the Classic Game's Calculester route. Unlike most of the other characters, he never overcomes this.
  • He Who Must Not Be Seen: Although he is a prominent character throughout the game and even acts as the narrator for the teaser trailer, he doesn't have a sprite and as such never actually appears on-screen.
  • The Voice: Due to not having a sprite, you only ever hear what he's saying (and doing) per the narrator.
  • Lawful Good: As expected from a principal.

Other Characters

    The Narrator
Click here to see his full body. 

The little voice in the player's head that narrates their attempts to woo a date for prom.

  • Lemony Narrator: He can be quite snarky at times.
  • Ripple Effect-Proof Memory: He's relived the same three/six weeks before Monster Prom thousands of times, and remembers most iterations.
  • Secret Character: In Second Term, one route has him wanting to be more involved in the story he's narrating, and it can end with him as the prom date.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: Apparently, being the narrator is a valid excuse for wearing nothing but a hat and a speedo. He's also fairly ripped on top of that.

    Interdimensional Prince

Voiced by: SungWon Cho

A prince from another dimension that constantly opens up portals to pull your romantic interests to him and tries to start complicated plots.

  • Abhorrent Admirer: Becomes this to every character at one point or another.
  • Bishōnen: Parodied, he is unfittingly sparkly and charming for the scenario.
  • Foe Yay: Invoked, In one event, he is on a Tinder for rivals, in the intention of finding someone with whom he can build a fierce rivalry that will eventually turn in a tense romance.
  • Genre Roulette: How his appearances play out. He seems to have come from a different issue and a different way to conquer someone in a different setting every time. Sometimes, he hints at being from a Space Opera, while others, he is in much less danger, one event is specifically him making a The Bachelor-esque game with Liam, Vera, and Polly.
  • Green-Skinned Space Babe: "Interdimensional Babe", rather, but the point still stands, with him being an otherworldly being... who mostly just looks like an attractive human with an unusual skin color.
  • Hopeless Suitor: Whether a player passes the stat checks in his events or not, the Prince never manages to actually court anyone.
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy: He has blue hair that goes to just below his shoulders, which matches perfectly with his Bishōnen style.
  • No Name Given: He is never given an actual name, and is only referred to by his title of prince.
  • Prince Charmless: He keeps hitting on people, whether they want him to or not, and no matter how many times he's turned down. Most of the time, when the Prince shows up, the students have a reaction along the lines of "not this guy again."
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Always appears using military-like very light pink clothing.
  • Reality Ensues: One of the standard endings has the story of his servants deposing him and turning his dimension in a democracy because they could no longer handle the fact that their leader is constantly jumping between dimensions to hit on people.
  • The Rival: Regardless of who you are or who you're trying to court for a prom date, the Prince is always threatening to take them away from you somehow.
  • Something About a Rose: Carries a rose in his hand at all times. For no apparent reason.
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: He opens portals at random in the school, which don't really faze anyone that much. Some got used enough to just react to him with annoyance rather than surprise.
  • Western Zodiac: A complete romantic and a Libra.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Literally blue, which matches his skin.

    Mr. Pheel

Miranda's favorite singing-Serf introduced in The Gift Update.

  • Actor Allusion: He seems like a perky, friendly guy, but underneath his cheery demeanor lies a much darker persona who's always speaking in a growl and has an affinity for knives. If you're a fan of his voice actor, you're probably experiencing mild Déjà Vu right now.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He acts like a loyal servant to Miranda, but is secretly plotting to kill her and the rest of her family.
  • Expy: Given his coloration, he's basically Flounder... but, just as Miranda isn't your typical cute mermaid princess, with a twist.
  • Fake Cutie: While Miranda is present, he plays the part of the devoted pet. As soon as she leaves, however...
  • Guttural Growler: To maximize the contrast between his act and his true "grizzled freedom fighter" persona, whenever he's showing the player his true colors, he goes from a high "cute little animal" voice to this in his voice clips.
  • Hero Antagonist: In the eyes of the player he is definitely the villain, but if you think about it: All he's really doing is to disperse of a tyrant who's been enslaving and mistreating him and his people for generations.
  • Killer Rabbit: He may look cute and cuddly, but you do not want to get on this fishes' bad side.
  • Knife Nut: When switching over to his true persona, he's almost always equipped with a switch-blade.
  • Punny Name: Miranda most always refers to him by his full name - "Mr. Pheel the Eel". Try saying it out loud.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Whenever he shows his true colors, his eyes go from innocent black doe-eyes to pint-sized red dots.
  • Villain Has a Point: Should the player fail at preventing his attempt on Miranda's life, he and the other serfs will successfully assassinate her at her own Christmas party. Although the majority of the population is shocked by this, quite a few are also quick to point out that the Vanderbilt family more or less had it coming, considering their poor treatment of commoners.

Second Term DLC additions

Voiced by: Ross O'Donovan

"'Sup, cucks?"
A kappa with the personality of a nerdy asshole.
  • Asshole Victim: In one event, Vera stabs him with a knife; in another, Damien lights him on fire. Both times, they're entirely justified in doing so.
  • Berserk Button: Remakes of shows he likes.
  • Fan Dumb: In-Universe, his character revolves around representing the worst parts of a fandom.
  • Foil: To Zoe; he represents all the negative parts of a fandom (acts entitled, nitpicks about every little thing, complains about Political Correctness Gone Mad) as opposed to her representing all the positive parts.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: He's a classmate that the cast can't really get rid of, but that doesn't mean they have to tolerate him when he pops up.
  • Hate Sink: Has no likable traits, and seemingly only exists to be a jackass.
  • Jerkass: One of his likes is "being a douchebag".
  • Kappa: His species. In a bit of Shown Their Work, one event has him interested in the player's shirikodama (a ball located in a person's anus that contains said person's soul, which kappa eat to gain more power).
  • Otaku: He's an anime fan.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: Besides his complaints about "SJWs" and Political Correctness Gone Mad ruining his favorite shows, he's also sexist (claiming that Zoe is a good artist "for a girl") and the closest thing to a transphobe the game has (refusing to call Zoe "Zoe" more than once, claiming he has a right to call her "Z'Gord" or whatever he wants to call her).
  • Racist Grandpa: In a sense; he's Really 700 Years Old and definitely not concerned with being politically correct.
  • Really 700 Years Old: In one event, he reveals that he's several centuries old.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: In one cafeteria event, the player tricks him into bowing, which causes the water in his head to spill out. This renders him completely immobile until someone refills his head with water from the stream he lives in. But apparently, toilet water works just fine.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Dark green hair, to be exact.

    Violet and Tate
Violet voiced by: Felicia Day
Tate voiced by: Ross O'Donovan
Violet is a female parasitic mushroom creature who seems to enjoy love; Tate is her "boyfriend"/host.

A brooding vampire who wants you to join The Dark Side.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: Likes this kind of relationship, and is implied to be in one (or at least engage in hate sex) with Joy.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: He makes a narration-only appearance in the second event of the ANGELBLOOD route, and (depending on what you do) he'll say that he'll come back as a potential love interest. Liam also wears his default outfit during the Halloween event.
  • Emo Teen: Proudly proclaims that he cares about nothing and is a self-proclaimed member of "the dark side".
  • Evil Laugh: Prone to cracking his stoic face for these after boasts about the supposed terrors of The Dark Side.
  • I Banged Your Mom: Apparently, Damien's grandmother is among the people he's sleeping with. When Damien expresses his displeasure over this, Dmitri can't help but dryly sass him over it.
  • Mr. Fanservice: While nearly all the boys in the game are this to some extent, it's overtly played up for laughs in his case - all his scenes contain mentions of his perpetual shirtlessness, and a lot of his dialogue and voice clips are highly suggestive.
  • Noodle Incident: Has some sort of history with the Coven.
  • The Rival: Is this to the Coven.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: His default outfit comes without a shirt, and one of his dislikes is wearing t-shirts.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: Proudly a member of the dark side and has white hair.

    Fellow Student
Voiced by: Dan Avidan
An undercover cop sent into the school in order to get evidence against Vera. He tries a little too hard to blend in with the student body.

     Norah, the Fair-A-Pist
A fairy therapist.
  • The Cutie: Even though her methods of doing so are...unusual, she genuinely wishes to help the Slayer get over her anger issues and is even willing to sacrifice herself to revive her, should the Player fail in the last stat check.
  • Expy: Of Navi. She even quotes Navi's Catchphrase in her dialogue.
  • Unwanted Assistance: Her therapy seems to entirely consist of siccing violent beasts on her patients. It's a good thing her patient in the game is the Slayer, with the player providing support.

     The Cult of Z'Gord
Voiced by: Jon Bailey

Introduced in the Second Term DLC, they're a group of cultists who worship Z'Gord and have not adapted to the fact that she is now a fanfic-loving teenager named Zoe.

  • Bumbling Dad: After the player sets them on the road toward coming to terms with their god's new identity as a mostly-normal schoolkid, their collective attitude toward Zoe starts to take on an air reminiscent of doting parents trying to reconnect with their estranged teenage daughter.
  • Cool Mask: They all wear white masks bearing Zoe's green third eye.
  • Cult: One that worships Z'Gord/Zoe.
  • Hypocritical Humor: In one event, when they try to come up with a theme song for Zoe, one idea is rejected because it blatantly rips off the Animaniacs theme. They then proceed to give you the song they settled on...which is a blatant rip-off of the Steven Universe theme.

    Bellanda Vanderbilt
One of Miranda's sisters, who commands the Merkingdom army. She appears on one of Miranda's secret routes.
  • Blood Knight: Leads her kingdom's army and carries a giant meat cleaver with her at all times.
  • Cool Big Sis: Though she can act like a Big Sister Bully at times, she does try to help Miranda find a purpose in life.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: First made an (unnamed) appearance in one of the secret routes, in that she is one of the three merpeople (all of whom are Mirandas' sisters) attending Mirandas' funeral during the failed Assassination route ending.
  • Eyepatch of Power: Wears an eyepatch, with highlights her badassery.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: She's a princess who leads her kingdom's army. This is actually the drive of the route she appears in; all of Miranda's sisters fall into this category, and she's trying to get Miranda to become one as well.
  • Scary Teeth: Some of her models show her with pointy shark teeth.
  • Secret Character: The 1 Year Anniversary update added a hidden romance route for her.
  • Warrior Prince: Warrior princess in this case, but she's the commander of the Merkingdom army as well as a member of their ruling family.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: And blue scales.

Picture from the sequel's Kickstarter page
Another Monster High student.
  • Drugs Are Good: Associated with leaves, and in the Monster Retreat preview, he states "Yeah, I like that, I'll Joint your team."
  • Dummied Out: He was originally supposed to have a role in the main game, but in the end, only made an appearance in the Second Term's class group photo.
  • Meaningful Name: Kale (or leaf cabbage) is a type of green vegetable grown for their edible leaves, which is fitting for a plant monster.
  • Plant Person: His hair is made of leaves.


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