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Main Characters


The main character.
  • The Ace: You are a great wandolier, after all.
  • Black Bead Eyes: You can give your character these eyes.
  • The Chosen One: You were chosen by Marlon to be the next wandolier.
  • Establishing Character Moment: The first shot of you is just sweeping outside of your home. You're nothing special, just a misesrable little young fool working for some lady.
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  • Hellish Pupils: You can have these eyes.
  • The Hero: Duh. You are the one who makes everything happen.
  • Heroic Mime: You seem to talk some of the time, but you just never see a text box for it. That is, except for this one line from Trevor Island.
    You: Wah-cha! Bats!
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: You can get these eyes too.
  • Jumped at the Call: When you heard there were wandolier tests coming up you were all like, "Hell yeah!"
  • Person of Mass Construction: The player character of is part if a legacy of these known as "Wandoliers." As the name suggests, they use a magical wand assigned by the Crown to construct domestic items for the troubled denizens of the kingdom.
  • Purely Aesthetic Gender: The game lets you choose the gender of your protagonist but nothing about the plot or character really changes.
  • Virtual Paper Doll: You get to customize your character's skin tone, clothes, hair, eyes, and more.
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  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: You can give your character various hair colors.


One adventurous lady.


A nice, friendly fellow.
  • Ascended Extra: His role in the first game is fairly minor but in this game he accompanies the player everywhere they go.
  • Black Bead Eyes
  • Blush Sticker
  • Breakout Character: Goes from being a bellhop in the original game to your sidekick in this one.
  • The Chick: He's very nice and on Capital Island he suggests that you should be nice to people to get what you want.
  • Cloudcuckoolander
  • The Ditz: He's not the brightest. He also doesn't seem to get sarcasm and believes that Princess Butter is actually nice.
    • Genius Ditz: He'll occasionally come out with something deep and brilliant amid his usual slew of cute Non Sequitur babble, much to the surprise of anyone who overhears him.
    Lyndsay: Uh oh, Matt. I think we're lost!
    Buddy: No we're not, Lyndsay. Just measure the angle between the horizon and the sun, then calculate the distance from the subpoint to create a circular line of position.
    Lyndsay: ...
  • Establishing Character Moment: When you first see him, he trips and later drops a bunch of important papers.
  • Geek: Former member of the Marching Band.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: He's very nice with his blonde hair.
  • The Klutz: He doesn't have a lot of grace and trips a lot.
  • The Load: To be honest he never really does anything helpful.
  • Meaningful Name: He is your buddy, after all.
  • Nice Guy: You'll never see him insult someone. He's also very friendly.
  • Nice Hat: A red one.
  • Verbal Tic: "Pal".

Capital Island

King Roland

The king of Capital Island.


A wizard that helps King Roland. A bit eccentric.

Princess Butter

One spoiled brat with a love for unicorns.

Elmira Clamp

A bossy, rude brown haired lady.

Barney Cull

A sailor who joins the Wandolier contest for a toaster oven. He later gives you a boat in return for a house.
  • Ambiguously Brown: It's unknown why he's so dark skinned. Maybe it's from being outside too much, maybe not.
  • Dark-Skinned Blonde: It could be just white hair but it is dusty enough to appear natural.
  • Establishing Character Moment: When you first see him speak, he says he's just came into the room like a normal person. Later he admitss he's only joined the contest for a toaster oven to make pizza bagels.
  • Nice Hat: A sailor hat.
  • Punny Name: Barnacle—'cause he's a ship captain, get it?

Cowboy Junction

Rusty the Robber

A young bandit with a penchant for red bandanas. He is also the Big Bad of Cowboy Junction.

Sheriff Ginny

One... eager police officer.

Chef Gino Delicioso

A famous and great chef.

Roxie Road

A very neat young woman.


An old wise man who can play the fiddle.

Renee's Nature Preserve


A friendly animal lover.

Rocket Reef

Dr. F

The Mad Scientist.

Alexa Lexington

Dr. F's Cloudcuckoolander's Minder.

Vic Vector

A janitor and later test pilot who loves to play video games.


A great chef and a robot.

Forest of the Elves


An elf who loves to rock out and have fun.


A girl who loves nature.


A frog lover.


A robot who was also created by Dr. F and has wound up in the Forest of Elves.


DJ Candy Supergroove

One hell of a DJ.


DJ Candy's fan.


DJ Candy's fan.


Lord Daniel

The son of Duchess Beverly.

Duchess Beverly

The Duchess of all of Cutopia.

Violet Nightshade

A dark young lady.


A girly flower lover.

Sir Spencer

A total Nerd who works for Duchess Beverly.


Goth Boy

Exactly What It Says on the Tin. You help him find the meaning of life.


A girl whose interested in biting people's faces.

Zombie Carl

A zombie, obviously.

Grandma Ruthie

An economicly-focused old lady.


A sorcerer who tries to make sure you don't come to his castle.

The Uncharted Isle

Sir Vincent Skullfinder

An archaeologist and explorer.


Your typical caveman.


Someone who chose to be a cavewoman.


An adorable triceratops.

The Royal Academy


A phone-lover.


The "Betty" in Betty and Veronica.


The "Veronica" in Betty and Veronica.

Chaz Mc Freely

A party-lover.

Rosalyn P. Marshall

The principal of the Royal Academy.

Trevor Island

Trevor Verily

A very focused actor.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Is definitely out of this world.
  • Drama Queen: Fitting, since he is an actor.
  • Oblivious to Love: Doesn't seem to know that Linda likes him.
  • Wholesome Crossdresser: During his play he has no problem dressing for and playing the role of the princess—even if the player is a girl.


A very critical BookWorm who doesn't like Trevor's plays much.



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