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Main Characters

You

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.

Lyndsay

One adventurous lady.

Buddy

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.

Marlon

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.

Gabriel

An old wise man who can play the fiddle.

Renee's Nature Preserve

Renee

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.

Tobor

A great chef and a robot.

Forest of the Elves

Leaf

An elf who loves to rock out and have fun.

Petal

A girl who loves nature.

Hopper

A frog lover.

Proto-Makoto

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

Candypalooza

DJ Candy Supergroove

One hell of a DJ.

Sapphire

DJ Candy's fan.

Zack

DJ Candy's fan.

Cutopia

Lord Daniel

The son of Duchess Beverly.

Duchess Beverly

The Duchess of all of Cutopia.

Violet Nightshade

A dark young lady.

Poppy

A girly flower lover.

Sir Spencer

A total Nerd who works for Duchess Beverly.

Spookane

Goth Boy

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

Yuki

A girl whose interested in biting people's faces.

Zombie Carl

A zombie, obviously.

Grandma Ruthie

An economicly-focused old lady.

Morcubus

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

The Uncharted Isle

Sir Vincent Skullfinder

An archaeologist and explorer.

Gonk

Your typical caveman.

Sylvia

Someone who chose to be a cavewoman.

Bobaboo

An adorable triceratops.

The Royal Academy

Travis

A phone-lover.

Liberty

The "Betty" in Betty and Veronica.

Summer

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.

Gordon

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

Linda



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