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Jimmy of Orange

Voice by: Jules de Jongh
The son and squire of Henri of Orange.
  • All the Other Reindeer: Sometimes is this due to his out of box thinking clashing with the other knights.
  • Cowardly Lion: Jimmy's physical attributes aren't his strong point, and he's well aware of this. As a result, he gets nervous when faced with situations where he needs to rely on physical skills. He's get on with it, certainly, but there's a reason he prefers to think his way out of a jam.
    • Of course, if Henri or Cat are in danger, he becomes almost completely fearless.
  • Didn't Think This Through: This sometimes happens with his plans, such as the time he and Cat managed to get the Witch's wand away from her, only for her to correctly point out he has no idea how to use it.
  • Embarrassing Middle Name: His is Ralph.
  • Indy Ploy: While his plans don't always work out, he is quite capable of modifying them on the fly or coming up with new ones.
  • Kid Hero
  • The Smart Guy: He comes with lots of plans, some more practical than others.
  • Take a Third Option: Prone to doing this to solve a problem.
  • Youthful Freckles

Henri of Orange

Voiced by: David Gasman
Jimmy's dad. He is both a knight and a minstrel.
Henri of Orange and Torpedo

Princess Catherine

Voiced by: Kaycie Chase
Jimmy's best friend and partner in adventure. Also the crown princess of Epic, as her mother is the Queen.
  • Action Girl: She's clearly much more physically capable than Jimmy is.
  • Ambiguously Brown: Cat's tanned, lightly-freckled skin and brown hair are apparently of some indeterminate ethnic background.
  • Beauty Mark: She has one on the right side of her lips.
  • Elegant Classical Musician: Plays the flute to her chagrin (Though it did help in at least one situation)
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: Wears a single pauldron on her left shoulder sometimes.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: An interesting case as it only occurs due to her getting annoyed when Jimmy lets glory go to his head when they did it together (Doesn't help she can't reveal that since she not suppose to go on adventure so can't reveal to Jimmy revelers what really happen.)
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: Pretends to be a stereotypically helpless princess around people who aren't her mother, Henri or Jimmy.
  • Rebellious Princess: Doesn't like to conform to the Damsel in Distress conventions.
  • Skirt over Slacks: She wears armored leggings under her princess dress.
  • Youthful Freckles


Henri's horse.

    Kingdom of Epic 

The Queen

Voiced by: Jules de Jongh
Cat's mom.
  • Ambiguously Brown
  • Beauty Mark: Has one beneath her left eye.
  • Exact Words: When Cat attempts to sneak away to rescue Jimmy and Henri from Bad Jack the dragon, the Queen tells her that she can't let Cat go off on her own. Cat runs off anyway, but the Queen quickly catches up and clarifies that she simply meant that she'd be going to the rescue too.
  • The High Queen: She's a decent ruler.
  • Mama Bear: She tried to do a flying kick to a dragon who threatened Cat, and while she missed, she somewhat accidentally ended up taking out a whole party of them. It was so epic even Cat, who knew she was faking being the Swan, had to ask if she really was the Swan from the tales.
  • No Name Given: So far, she has been referred to as the Queen.
  • Overprotective Mom: She's this to Cat, though considering Cat's best friend and his father often take her along on their adventures it isn't without reason.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: When Jimmy and Henri are captured by Bad Jack and Cat decides to rush to their rescue (the other knights aren't available as they're off battling an evil wizard), the Queen reluctantly agrees there's no other choice. She even joins Cat on the rescue.
    • She seems aware that Cat gets involved with Henri and Jimmy's adventures often, but turns a blind eye to it. She does, however, put her foot down when it comes to official knight business, where Cat (as a princess) has no business getting involved.

Wilfried of White

Voiced by: Christopher Ragland
The knight of White, Wilfried is pretty much the opposite of Henri; he is greedy, cowardly and incompetent.
  • Easily Forgiven: In "Fashion Victims", Cat learns that Wilfried conspired with the Witch of the Cursed Woods to help her take over the Kingdom of Epic in return for being named the First Knight of the First Century. He doesn't seem to have been punished for this.
    • Averted when he tries to do so two other times.
  • Fake Ultimate Hero: Boasts about his skills and courage, but never demonstrates either.
  • Light Is Not Good: The Whites are pretty much this, as Wilfried happily admits his family are skilled liars. He's also craven and cowardly.
  • Miles Gloriosus: He's this so much.
  • The Quisling: He's not above allying with the Witch of the Cursed Woods to get what he wants.


Voiced by: Christopher Ragland
A knight in training. The nephew and squire of Wilfried of White.
  • Dirty Coward: Like his uncle, he's perfectly happy to let other people get themselves hurt or killed in his stead.
  • Jerk Jock: He may be a great knight in training but he is a jerk that will steal someone's lunch.

The Knight of Red

Voiced by David Garman

A special knight brought in to help the knights learn how to work as a team instead of fighting amongst each other; his helmet has a basketball and a pair of silver bull's longhorns on top.

  • Drill Sergeant Nasty: He is summoned to remind the knights what teamwork is all about.
    Knight of Red: It seems you sorry sons of witches need me to remind you what being a knight's all about, and my assistants are going to help. You will obey them as you would me!
    Wilfried: Oh, please, now we have to listen to the kid who got us into this? Ugh.
    Knight of Red: Thanks to your little outburst, Sir Wilfried, you just earned the whole class jumping jacks! Jim, hit it!
    Jimmy: Uh... ten-hut! Jumping jacks, on your mark, and go!
    Knight of Red: That's right! When we're done with you, you will all remember what it means to be a unit, a team!
  • Parenthetical Swearing: "Welcome to squire school, maggots. It seems you sorry sons of witches need me to remind you what being a knight's all about! "

The Swan

A legendary masked heroine. The Queen is her fan and may or may not be her.
  • Back from the Dead: From Bad Jack's point of view. As he states in "Dragon Party", "Last time I saw you, I dropped a tower on you!"
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Despite her all-black ensemble, she was the single greatest hero in the kingdom.
  • The Dreaded: To evil in the Kingdom of Epic. Just seeing her makes dragons faint.
  • Lost Lenore: Henri is wistful when speaking about the Swan, calling her an amazing woman.
  • Non-Indicative Name: The Swan, named after birds that are almost pure white, dresses in black. Unless you live in Austrailia where they are black.
  • Winged Humanoid: She has a pair of wings on her back, though whether or not they're functional is a mystery.

Lady Fontaine

Voiced by: Harriet Carmichael
A teacher for princesses/damsels.
  • Oireland: Speaks with an Irish accent.
  • Proper Lady: She's the headmistress in charge of the local charm school, whose job is to instruct young girls in the ways of proper manners and poise.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: When Jimmy and Lance take Cat's advice and dance as if they were fighting, Lady Fontaine observes that it wasn't strictly ballroom dancing, but passes them anyway.
  • Stern Teacher: She sometimes clearly struggles to keep Cat on track with her princess lessons, but while strict she also has the well-being of her students in mind.
    • In "Witch Hunters", Jimmy comes to her class to ask for a princess to help against the Witch of the Cursed Woods (Cat eagerly jumping at the call). Rather than simply refuse, Lady Fontaine patiently reminds Jimmy that princesses are not allowed to join the knights on the field.

Mr. Colbert

A monk in charge of the knights and squires.
"Woo-hoo. Give it up. Y'all."

Ronny Flash

Voiced by: Jules de Jongh


The royal wizard.

The Knights of Epic

The various knights who defend the kingdom.
  • Color Character: Some of the more notable knights are associated with colors.
  • Faceless Mooks: Most of them wear helmets that completely or almost completely hide their faces.
  • Hero of Another Story: In "Dragon Party" they're mentioned as being off battling an evil wizard.

The Squires of Epic

The squires who're in training to become knights.


The Princesses

Princesses who attend princess class along with Cat.
  • Alpha Bitch: Cynthia, who is normally paired with Lance, initially seems to be this due to her association with a Jerk Jock. It's ultimately a subverted, as she's perfectly pleasant to Jimmy and Cat.
  • Valley Girl: Cynthia speaks like this.

    Dark Lands 


The son of Bad Jack. He is friends with Jimmy.


Bad Jack's brother.


Bad Jack

Voiced by: David Gasman
A dragon that often terrorizes the Kingdom of Epic.
  • Dragon Hoard: Regularly loots golden treasures, some enchanted, and keeps them in his cave.
  • The Dreaded: He's the most fearsome dragon in the Dark Lands. While the knights will fight against him when he attacks, they generally try to avoid direct conflict with him.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: Is called "Twinkle Toes" by the Swan.
  • I Gave My Word: As seen in 'Cease Fire' where he refuse to take the treasure as he gave his word to at least uphold the truce.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: His eyes glow red when he gets angry.

The Witch of the Cursed Forest

Voiced by: Jules de Jongh


The Black Rats

Voiced by: Christopher Ragland
A group of thieving rats.

Rock Monster

Bthagglefloop the Dread (AKA: Zerlin the Dark Sorcerer)

The older brother of Perlin.

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