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A character sheet for important Neopians (and there are a lot of them). The characters are sorted by their home unless they were introduced in or best known for their appearance in a plot or event. In that case they will be listed in the folder for their respective plot. If a character has appeared in multiple plots, their entry will be in the folder for the first one that they were in.

Also see here for the many species of Neopets.

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Plot Characters

    Champions of Meridell / Battle for Meridell 

King Skarl

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Voiced by: Fred Tatasciore (Neopets: The Darkest Faerie)

Illusen

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Voiced by: Jennifer Hale (Neopets: The Darkest Faerie)

Jeran

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Lisha

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  • Action Girl: Well, she did lead the group of heroes.
  • Ascended Fangirl: Originally the equivalent of a D&D nerd in-universe, along with her friends.
  • Badass Bookworm
  • Brains and Brawn: She's the Brains while Jeran is the Brawn.
  • Brother-Sister Team: With Jeran.
  • I Know Mortal Kombat: It proves surprisingly effective against the bullies she dealt with in school. Then she starts shooting spells from her toy(?) wand...
  • Long-Lost Relative: In the Champions of Meridell plot she saw an old painting in an art gallery that reminded her of her lost brother Jeran. She reunites with him later (as she fell into a portal that transported her and her friends back in time to Meridell).
  • The Leader: of her group of heroes.

Lord Darigan

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Lord of Darigan Citadel.
  • Batman in My Basement: After being badly wounded in the first war, he was found by a Meridellian farmer's young daughter, who kept him in the barn, fed him and named him "Mr. Scary".
  • Dark Is Not Evil: He was just looking out for his own people.
  • Hates Small Talk: If you visit his chambers just to say hi, he will shoo you out.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He is described as "once evil".
  • Disney Death: In the first war he fell to his apparent death, but was found and nursed to health by a child.
  • Demonic Possession: He was possessed by The Three.
  • Lord Country: Lord Darigan of the Darigan Citadel.

Sally

A young Usul who found and took care of Lord Darigan after he was wounded.
  • Children Are Innocent: She has no idea that the bat-thing she's taking care of, who she named "Mr. Scary", is actually Darigan himself.
  • Farmer's Daughter: She lives on a Meridell farm with her parents.

Lord Kass

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The Threenote 

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     Hannah and the Ice Caves 

Hannah

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  • Action Girl: She's an adventurer and explorer.
  • Ascended Extra: She started off with her own Flash game and a two-part Neopedia article about her adventure, which were both high quality and more than most Neopets characters got, but nothing that implied there would be anything more to her. Then they threw her into a more serious plot...
  • Badass Boast: At the beginning of the Ice Caves comic, she sings about her adventures in a tavern.
    They call me Hannah the brave, Hannah the quick / I'll get you the gems and be out in a tick / Pirates and monsters are no match for me / When they see Hannah coming, they all turn and flee!
  • The Hero: Of Hannah and the Ice Caves.
  • Fountain of Expies: Many later plot protagonists borrowed traits from her.
  • Married at Sea: At the end of Curse of Maraqua, she is seen aboard a ship marrying Kanrik.
  • Scars Are Forever: Even after Taelia removes its evil magic, Hannah is informed that the Mark of Ta-Kutep will remain with her forever.
  • Wound That Will Not Heal: The Mark of Ta-Kutep, which seems to be slowly killing her. Taelia is able to heal her in the end, however.

Kanrik

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The current leader of the Thieves Guild. He took over upon defeating the former leader, Galem Darkhand. He used to be a lover of Masila, though now it's been heavily hinted that he's in a relationship with Hannah.
  • Badass Cape: He has a dark purple cloak.
  • Gentleman Thief: He is this.
  • Heel–Face Turn: After Masila betrayed him, he joined Hannah's side.
  • Irony: He is a Gelert, a species usually known for being heroic and loyal, but he is a thief and a betrayer, albeit one that eventually turns good.
  • Klingon Promotion: Becomes leader of the Thieves Guild by killing Galem.
  • Kubrick Stare: See the picture on the right? He doesn't really look like someone you want to let near your precious Faerie Queen Doll...
  • Lovable Rogue: He can be very charming and charismatic.
  • Manipulative Bastard: Initially. He tells Hannah a sob story about his sister being sick to convince her to lead him to a lost tomb, where the cure supposedly could be found. In reality, he was on a mission to retrieve an ancient coffin for Galem.
  • Reformed, but Not Tamed: Although he helps Hannah, he continues his thieving ways and remains the leader of the Thieves' Guild. Seems old habits die hard.
  • Thieves' Guild: He's the leader of Neopia's Thieves Guild.

Masila

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A scheming Acara who was supposedly the lover of Galem, but her true feelings were for Kanrik. However, that didn't stop her from betraying him.

Galem Darkhand

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The former leader of the Thieves Guild. He led an attack on the Bori in the Ice Caves. Masila and Kanrik plotted his death, but when that failed, Galem attempted an alliance with the Bringer of Night, only to be betrayed by him as well. Galem lost a fight with Kanrik in the Ice Caves and it was heavily implied that he was killed.
  • Blatant Burglar: Out of all the thieves, his is the outfit (complete with mask) that screams this the most.
  • Cool Mask: He wears one.
  • Killed Off for Real: It is assumed that Kanrik ended up killing him.
  • No Honor Among Thieves: Lampshaded by the flavour text of his TCG card: "They say there is honour among thieves. There was, until HE arrived."
  • Outlaw Couple: With Masila, though she is feigning love for him.
  • Rugged Scar: He has three parallel scars on his mouth.

Armin

A small Bori who befriended Hannah.

The Bringer of Night

An ancient Moehog who once waged war against the Bori tribe. They froze themselves in ice to escape him, and in the meantime he was laid to rest in a tomb in the Lost Desert. He was freed by the Thieves Guild and once again attacked the Bori.

The Keeper of Time

The leader of the Bori tribe who watched over them while they were frozen for their protection.

     Curse of Maraqua 

Captain Garin

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  • Anti-Hero: He helped to save Maraqua, but still he's a pirate with little remorse for theft.
  • The Captain: of the Black Pawkeet.
  • Disney Death: In the Curse of Maraqua plot, he is thrown overboard and presumed dead but comes back to life.
  • The Hero: of the Curse of Maraqua plot.
  • The Leader: of his crew.
  • Lovable Rogue: He's on the side of good, but refuses to give up his life of piracy.
  • Magical Accessory: His seaweed necklace, which allows him to breathe underwater.
  • Pirate: What he is.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: In a bar on Scurvy Island, he tells his friend Talak about the Maraquans rebuilding their city. One of Scarblade's crewmembers happens to be there and overhears the whole thing.

Captain Scarblade

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King Kelpbeard

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Isca

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  • Did Not Get the Guy: Though it's implied that she has romantic feelings for Garin, he seems oblivious and chooses not to remain in Maraqua when she asks him to.
  • Hopeless Suitor: It is hinted that she has fallen in love with Garin, but he never seems to realise it.
  • Our Mermaids Are Different: She is essentially an Aisha mermaid.
  • Plucky Girl: She defies the king and leaves Maraqua to warn others about the visions she has.
  • Psychic Powers: Can see the future in her dreams.

Caylis

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The sister of Isca, who was banished merely because the psychic visions she gets are about bad things happening.
  • All of the Other Reindeer: She is feared by the Maraquans, who believe she is intentionally bringing misfortune to them, when in reality she cannot control her visions.
  • Bearer of Bad News: She has the ability to see bad things that will happen in the future through her nightmares, and is ostracized because of this.
  • Blessed with Suck: She has psychic abilities, but can only foresee misfortune, which makes her very unpopular in comparison with her sister, who sees the exact opposite.
  • Broken Bird: Punished for her negative Psychic Powers, which are beyond her control.
  • But Now I Must Go: Because of her help, she is invited back to Maraqua at the end of the story. She declines, though, preferring to live alone.
  • The Cassandra: No one in Maraqua wants to believe her prophecies, let alone hear them, which is why she was banished.
  • Ice Queen: Considering the way she was treated by the Maraquans, who can blame her?
  • Psychic Powers: Like her sister, she can see the future in her dreams, but only bad things.
  • The Un-Favourite: So much so that she was made to leave Maraqua because of her abilities while her sister was praised for hers.

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    The Lost Desert Plot 

Princess Amira

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  • The High Queen: Of Sakhmet.
  • Politically Active Princess: As shown in the Desert Diplomacy event, she takes an active part in the politics of Sakhmet.
  • Princesses Rule: She hasn't changed her title since inheriting the throne out of respect for her late father.
  • Rebellious Princess: She has had many suitors, but she always tells them that she will never marry anyone.
  • Remember the New Guy?: Initially, Princess Vyssa was supposed to be the only child of King Coltzan III and her Neopedia article (released prior to the Lost Desert Plot) thus describes her as being heir to his throne. Princess Amira was created later, written in as the eldest who was away due to official business when her father was murdered. Subsequently she has inherited the throne rather than Vyssa.

Tomos

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Nabile

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Princenote  Jazan

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Nightsteed

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Emperor Razul

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     The Darkest Faerie 

Sir Tormund Ellis

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Voiced by: Wally Wingert (Neopets: The Darkest Faerie)

Princess Roberta

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Voiced by: Annie Mumolo (Neopets: The Darkest Faerie)
  • Action Girl: She fights alongside Tormund to help free Neopia from the evil magic of the Darkest Faerie.
  • Cute Witch: She is cute and has magical powers.
  • Parental Abandonment: Neither of Roberta's parents are ever shown and it's unclear where they are. Though one of them is a sibling of King Hagan, it's unlikely that her father is King Skarl (the only known sibling of Hagan), as no such connection between them has ever been established.
  • Rebellious Princess: The niece of King Hagan, she is bored with diplomacy and has dreams of becoming a sorceress.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: She is a princess of Brightvale who becomes a sorceress and helps defeat the Darkest Faerie.
  • True Blue Femininity: She is a blue Acara.

The Darkest Faerie

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Voiced by: Piera Coppola (Neopets: The Darkest Faerie)

One of the twelve founders of Altador, this Dark Faerie eventually longed to rule the land herself, and betrayed everyone. As punishment, she was turned into a statue by Queen Fyora and remained that way for a thousand years until her escape.

  • And I Must Scream: She was turned into stone for a thousand years while still conscious the entire time. Don't feel too sorry for her, though.
    Fyora stole one thousand years from me, and that was about how long it took to plot my revenge.
  • Big Bad: Of The Darkest Faerie and The Wraith Resurgence.
  • The Dreaded: Even bringing her up in conversation is enough to make some nervous.
  • Et Tu, Brute?: Her betrayal of her close friend, King Altador, whose life she had even saved once.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": She is only referred to as the Darkest Faerie, the Betrayer, or sometimes by her previous title as a founder of Altador, the Sleeper.
  • Evil Former Friend: She was once a friend of King Altador and helped found the city that bears his name, but then she betrayed him.
  • Fallen Hero: One of twelve founders of Altador, she ended up betraying everyone.
  • Face–Heel Turn: She was good before power corrupted her and she schemed to rule Altador alone.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: She has red eyes and is evil.
  • Riddle for the Ages: Her real name remains a mystery.
  • The Scottish Trope: Her true name has been intentionally forgotten, and it seems that there are those who are uncomfortable even with speaking the title she is referred to by now.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Queen Fyora banished her by imprisoning her in a stone statue.
  • Supernatural Is Purple: As a Dark Faerie, she has purple skin, and is often shown surrounded by magical purple flames.
  • Taken for Granite: She was imprisoned in a statue at the bottom of the ocean.

Vanity, Malice, and Spite

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Voiced by: Jennifer Hale (Vanity; Neopets: The Darkest Faerie), Adrienne Wilkinson (Malice; Neopets: The Darkest Faerie), Gwendoline Yeo (Spite; Neopets: The Darkest Faerie)

Known collectively as the Dark Faerie Sisters, these three siblings aid the Darkest Faerie.

Seradar

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Voiced by: James Horan (Neopets: The Darkest Faerie)

The most acclaimed sorcerer in Brightvale, he serves under King Hagan, tutoring the ruler's niece in the magic arts.

     The Tale of Woe 

Sophie the Swamp Witch.

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  • Broken Bird: Her grumpy personality likely stems from the fact that as a little girl she was forced to flee into the woods after her brother unwittingly brought a curse upon their hometown that transformed its citizens into monsters. She lived in isolation and wasn't reunited with her family for years afterward.
  • But Now I Must Go: After curing Neovia, she tells her parents and siblings that as much as she loves them, she has decided to return to her shack in the woods, because the town just isn't home to her anymore.
  • Crazy Cat Lady: Downplayed. She's female and owns several Meowclopses, which are sort of like cats.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: She is a loner, lives in the Haunted Woods, and is, of course, a witch, but she is not evil. In fact she cured the Neovian Curse.
  • Deadpan Snarker: She has plenty of moments.
    Neovian Citizen: Welcome back to Neovia!
    Sophie: Not quite the same welcome as before, is it?
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: At first she is very grouchy and cynical, but when it becomes clear that the curse on Neovia can be lifted, she starts to defrost.
  • Find the Cure!: In the Tale of Woe plot she sought a mystical flower that cured the Neovian Curse.
  • Heroic BSoD: She has one when she sees her family and the other townspeople in their monster forms. After racing back to her shack, she manages to pull herself together.
  • Hot Witch: She is very beautiful.
  • The Medic: She was the one who cured the Neovian Curse.
  • Nice Girl: She "would turn you into a petpetpet, but is too nice".
  • Parents in Distress: She works to free her mother and father, as well as brothers, from the curse that is on them.
  • The Snark Knight: She's sarcastic and cynical practically all the time.
  • Solitary Sorceress: She is definitely this.
  • The Stoic: She saw the skeleton of a deceased Acara, but stayed stoic.

Bruno

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A sweet yet painfully shy young Gelert whose longing to impress a girl he loved inadvertently led to the ruin of his entire town.
  • Adorkable: Very much so.
  • Baleful Polymorph: In the hopes of becoming stronger, Bruno drinks a potion that has the unfortunate side effect of turning him into a monster.
  • Beauty to Beast: Bruno started out as a handsome, if gangly, Gelert.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: He longed for physical strength, and he has it now, but as a hulking, deformed monster.
  • Big Brother Instinct: When Mayor Thumbert strikes Sophie, he becomes enraged and attacks him.
  • Gentle Giant: Since becoming a monster.
  • The Grotesque: After his transformation.
  • Hopeless Suitor: He is in love with a pretty Aisha named Lily, but she doesn't return his affection. Of course, she does already have a boyfriend, which probably is more the issue than his being a weakling.
  • Muscle Angst: This is why he takes the potion offered by Mr. Krawley. He wants to become muscular to impress his love interest.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: His desperate desire for Lily to notice him inadvertently resulted in his whole town being cursed.
  • Willing Channeler: He allows himself to be possessed by the Spirit of Slumber.
  • Women Prefer Strong Men: He believes that the girl he loves, Lily, will only return his feelings if he becomes physically stronger.

Reginald

The intelligent brother of Bruno and Sophie who loves to read.
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  • Big Brother Instinct: He is suspicious of Ilere and reluctant to leave his little sister in her care when she comes across them in the woods.
  • Bookworm:
    "Pah! Read one book at a time? Watch me take on four!"
  • Intelligence = Isolation: As a result of the Hissi Oil making him even smarter than he already was, no Neopet could follow his conversations anymore, which forced him to take lonely refuge among his books.
  • Teen Genius: He looks to be in his teens and is very smart.

Edmund

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The father of Bruno, Reginald, and Sophie.

Alice

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The mother of Bruno, Reginald, and Sophie.

Lily

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A beautiful young Neovian lady with whom Bruno falls in unrequited love. The fact that she already has an extremely possessive boyfriend is likely the main reason she doesn't return his affection.

Mr. Krawley

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A mysterious stranger who offered potions that would grant the Neovians everything they ever wanted... only to turn them into monsters soon afterward. When the townspeople became aware of the negative effects of the potions, they discovered Krawley had vanished.
  • Bad Samaritan: He sells a potion that he claims will grant the wishes of anyone who drinks it. What he doesn't mention is that it also turns them into hideous monsters.
  • The Barnum: He's a charming con artist.
  • Con Man: A Hissi Oil seller.
  • For the Evulz: It can be gathered that this is the main reason he cursed Neovia.
  • Karma Houdini: Escapes at the end of the plot.
  • Manipulative Bastard: He is able to trick others into taking the potion he offers.
  • Master of Disguise: It's heavily implied that he transformed himself into the Elephante who tells the story to Gilly. Their eyes are identical.
  • Reptiles Are Abhorrent: He's a Krawk, which is a Neopian reptile.
  • Snake Oil Salesman: Although in Neopia, snake oil is referred to as Hissi oil, since that is the Neopet species closest to snakes.
  • The Sociopath: He shows no remorse for cursing Neovia, and no motive for doing so is ever given, save possibly greed.

Gilly

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A young Usul girl who learns about the curse on Neovia and helps Bruno and Sophie to break it.
  • Ascended Extra: Originally she was the two-dimensional protagonist of The Castle of Eliv Thade. Then she became one of the main characters in The Tale of Woe and her personality was developed.
  • Cheerful Child: She's very optimistic.
  • Most Definitely Not Accompanying Us: Sophie says as much at first, but Bruno convinces her to let Gilly come along.
  • Plucky Girl: She becomes determined to help save Neovia.
  • Tagalong Kid: She is seen as this by Sophie.

The Spirit of Slumber

A being who helped cure the Neovian townspeople of the effects of the Hissi Oil, but at a price. They all became ghosts, only appearing on Halloween as hollow shells of their former selves.

Mayor Thumbert

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The mayor of Neovia, who summoned the Spirit of Slumber to help free the town from the monstrous effects of Mr. Krawley's potion. When the curse was eventually lifted, he blamed Bruno for everything that happened and attacked he and Sophie. He hulked out and became the Final Boss of the plot.

Ilere

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A reclusive Earth Faerie who lives deep in the Haunted Woods. She took Sophie in when she fled Neovia as a child, leading her to the shack that would become her home and providing her with everything she would need to become a witch.

     The Return of Dr. Sloth 

Gorix

A Grundo captured by Dr. Sloth during his first invasion, Gorix managed to escape and is now part of the resistance.

Cylara

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This Cybunny was visiting the Space Station with her parents when she became embroiled in the resistance against Dr. Sloth.
  • Action Girl: A tourist forced to become a heroine due to a case of mistaken identity.
  • Deadpan Snarker:
    Cybunny Scout: [who is about the same age as Cylara] I like your spirit. Reminds me of when I was your age.
    Cylara: What, like last year?!?
  • A Lizard Named "Liz": Her name is Cylara and she's a Cybunny.
  • Mistaken Identity: Gorix whisks her away with him because he mistakenly believes she is the Cybunny Scout he was looking for.

Scout

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A member of the resistance who carries important information needed by Gorix.
  • Action Girl: She's a fighter for the resistance, and has a duel with Ylana Skyfire toward the end of the plot.
  • His Name Really Is "Barkeep": She is only ever referred to as the Cybunny Scout, and then it is revealed that Scout is her actual name.
  • Ray Gun: She fights using one.

Commander Valka

The leader of the resistance against Dr. Sloth on the Space Station.

Commander Garoo

One of the highest-ranking members of Dr. Sloth's army, this Blumaroo is cruel and ruthless.

Commander Gormos

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A Kougra who serves in Dr. Sloth's army.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: He became an unwitting hero of the resistance when he allowed Gorix and Cylara to escape his clutches on Dr. Sloth's flagship.
  • You, Get Me Coffee: Dr. Sloth tells him to do this, which angers him enough to make him turn a blind eye while Gorix and Cylara escape.

Sophix II

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An agent for Dr. Sloth who works as a mercenary alongside Ylana Skyfire.

Ylana Skyfire

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A bounty hunter who was hired by Dr. Sloth to stop the actions of the resistance.
  • Beauty Mark: She has one on her left cheek.
  • Bounty Hunter: She works as one.
  • Dark Action Girl: She's a tough fighter.
  • Meaningful Rename: She was born as Ylana Claymore, part of a wealthy family. But when the bank foreclosed on her family's fortune, she ran away from home and changed her name to Ylana Skyfire, cutting all ties.
  • Only in It for the Money: She approaches her work with this attitude.
  • Ray Gun: She uses one, and the item version of it on the site (Ylana's Blaster) is a popular weapon in the Battledome.
  • Riches to Rags: She was born into the wealthy Claymore family, but when they lost all their money, she broke ties with them and ran away.

Parlax

  • Evil Former Friend: To Gorix. He was originally part of the resistance, but then betrayed them and his friend. Now he's in the employ of Dr. Sloth.
  • Rugged Scar: He's got one in the shape of an X across his face.

     Journey to the Lost Isle 

Roxton A. Colchester III

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A dashing Lutari adventurer who wants to explore as much of Neopia as he can. He joined the group led by Professor Hugo Fairweather in searching for an island described in the journal of Mad Tongue Murphy. Later he and Clara Chatham discovered the city of Moltara.

Lilian Fairweather

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The daughter of Professor Fairweather, who found the tablet that helped translate Mad Tongue Murphy's journal.

Professor Hugo Fairweather

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An archeolinguist and expert of ancient lore who is determined to find an island mentioned in an old journal. He is mocked by his peers, who believe the island is nothing but fantasy.
  • Absent-Minded Professor: Is he ever!
  • All of the Other Reindeer: His search for the lost island causes him to be ridiculed by his peers, who believe it to be nonsense.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: He is seen as this by others, and they may be right... at least to some extent.
  • Mad Scientist: Of the non-evil variety.
  • Papa Wolf: He is very protective of his daughter, and is outraged when Captain Rourke suggests that they leave the island without waiting for she and Roxton to return.
  • They Called Me Mad!: He says this when he finds the lost isle.

Scrap

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An orphan boy who is found to have stowed away on the SS Primella. He ends up tagging along on the trip to the lost isle as a result.

Captain Rourke

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  • The Captain: Of the SS Primella.
  • Deadpan Snarker:
    "You're not exactly filling me with confidence here, Professor."
  • Defrosting Ice King: Initially he's grouchy and cynical, but he ends up having a growing soft spot for the orphaned Scrap.
  • Grumpy Bear: He is bitter and pessimistic.
  • Hates Being Touched:
    Roxton: Cheer up, old chap! Where's your sense of adventure?
    Rourke: You touch me again, and you'll find out.
  • Jerkass: Very much one.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: When the ship crashes on the lost isle, he is right about their first priority being to fix it. Otherwise they'd have no way to get home and be stuck on an uncharted island forever.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: As shown by the grudging affection he has for Scrap.
  • Lack of Empathy: He's ready to leave the lost isle without Lilian and Roxton, who haven't returned yet, and says as much to Lilian's father.
  • Perpetual Frowner: The only time he cracks a smile is after Scrap saves his life.
  • The Snark Knight: He's always snarky and critical of everyone around him.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: He believes he is.
  • They Call Me Mister Tibbs: Don't call him Cap, and definitely not Cappy.
  • Took a Level in Cynic: It's said that he once trusted a pirate to share buried treasure with him, only to be betrayed and marooned on a desert island.

Werther

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  • Hypercompetent Sidekick: To Hugo Fairweather.
  • Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: When he does talk, it's hard for others to understand him.
    Commander Valka: In words we can understand, please.
  • Suddenly Voiced: He has a cameo in The Return of Dr. Sloth where he actually talks, explaining what Kreludite is. This is lampshaded by Cylara, who says "Gee, you sure talk a lot."
  • The Voiceless: He never says a word... at least, not in Journey to the Lost Isle (see above).

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     The Cyodrake's Gaze Plot 

Captain Tuan

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Bonju

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  • The Atoner: He at least had the good graces to apologize to Hoban after the incident.
  • Berserk Button: Do not insult his cooking.
  • Butt-Monkey: Every time a user tries to use his cooking pot at Culinary Concoctions, it explodes in his face. A successful recipe has yet to be found.
  • Depending on the Writer: Most of the time, his cooking is described as terrible, but in some panels of the Cyodrake's Gaze plot comic, the other crewmembers are shown eating it happily and with gusto. Maybe they were just really hungry that day?
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Shoving Hoban overboard in the middle of a raging thunderstorm for insulting his cooking was a little extreme.
  • Lethal Chef: The other crewmembers seem to think so, especially Hoban. He may not be entirely wrong, given Linae's side comment about a particularly bad anchovy casserole.
    • One of the prizes given out by the 2016 Advent Calendar was a bucket of unidentifiable green goo with the description "Well, someone had to eat Bonju's cooking, right?"
  • Ultimate Job Security: Why is he still the Gaze's cook if nobody likes his cooking?

Hoban

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  • Berserk Button: Don't call him a "bad omen".
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: He's aggressive and short-tempered, but is a competent ship's navigator, all things considered. He hand-wrote an entire map book by himself.
  • Butt-Monkey: In two Advent Calendar animations, he gets accidentally thrown overboard by Captain Tuan and drenched in Bonju's cooking.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Doesn't like Bonju's cooking.
    Item description of Hoban's Leftovers: It's pretty much full. He barely touched the meal, after all.
    Item description of Anger Management for Navigators (a book): Rule #1 - always eat the chef's meals, even if it tastes like cardboard.
  • Eyes Always Shut: Averted. Most Aishas always have their eyes closed, but Hoban's are always open in the comics to give him a wider range of facial expressions.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: He doesn't seem to get along with the other crewmembers. He's first seen threatening to sail them into a storm during an argument, Linae thinks he's a bad omen because of the previous threat, Anshu is not happy that he won't make a detour to stop for medical supplies, Bonju shoves him overboard for insulting his cooking, and Kentari calls him a lazy bum (though not to his face). That said, all of the above happened during a thunderstorm where everyone was in a bad mood, so we haven't seen how they get along with him normally. And they did recruit the rest of Neopia to search for him when he went missing, and didn't give up until he was found.
  • Grumpy Bear: His Neopedia article states that he "[enjoys] a constant state of disgruntlement".
  • Jerkass: He seems to be rather grumpy and temperamental, easily getting into arguments.
  • The Napoleon: He's fairly short, as well as short-tempered.
  • Nice Hat: He wears a little cone-shaped green and brown hat with holes for his ears, which was distributed as a prize to players after the plot.
  • Older Than They Look: According to his Neopedia article, he's thirty.
  • Spare Body Parts: He's an Aisha and has a second pair of ears mounted on stalks, which incidentally would be very helpful in his job navigating the seas.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Unlike most of the other Gaze crewmembers, he did not reappear in Shenkuu following the plot and it is unknown what he is doing currently. He did reappear in the Neopets Puzzle Adventure video game and made a few appearances on Better Than You, so it's not like he vanished entirely.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: His hair is whitish-blue.

Anshu

  • The Medic: The Gaze's medic, and sells medicine for players to purchase at his shop in Shenkuu.
  • Non-Mammalian Hair: He's a Ruki, an insect-like Neopet, with a long white mustache and beard.

Linae

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  • Cats Are Mean: After the thunderstorm began, she was quick to accuse Hoban of having started it (to be fair, he did threaten to sail them into one earlier). However, she seems to be fairly amicable in all other appearances.
  • Does Not Like Spam: She's not a fan of Bonju's cooking, either. "That anchovy casserole really did a number on my—"
  • Panthera Awesome: She is a Kougra.
  • Pink Means Feminine: She's the only female member of the Gaze and is a pink Kougra.

Shumi

Kentari

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Orrin

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  • Breakout Character: He starred in his own flash game, Revel Roundup.
  • Out of Focus: Didn't get much attention in the plot, because he was locked in the storeroom during the thunderstorm and couldn't give evidence about Hoban's disappearance. He later got his own shop, selling foods in Shenkuu, and a game was released where players could play as him.

     Atlas of the Ancients 

Clara Chatham

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A Wocky girl who works as the assistant to the Wise Gnorbu at the Lunar Temple in Shenkuu. She is originally from Brightvale, but moved to Shenkuu with her family. She teamed up with Roxton on the mission to save Neopia.

Jordie

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The enthusiastic young sidekick of Roxton.

Mayor of Moltara

Cog

Igneot

The Wise Gnorbu

    The Faeries' Ruin 

Hanso

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Brynn

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Xandra

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     The War for the Obelisk 

The Thieves Guild

One of Neopia's oldest societies, it's maintained a quiet presence in nearly every part of the world for as long as anyone can remember.

Kanrik

See his entry in Hannah and the Ice Caves above.

The Sway

A secretive group of Neopians who subtly influence events from behind-the-scenes. Even the Meepits fear them.

The Duchess

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This classy Lenny lady is the leader of a secret society called the Sway.
  • Anti-Villain: The Sway are described as a Type III in their Neopedia entry, their primary goal being keeping peace in Neopia at the cost of free will of others.
  • The Chessmaster: She literally uses a chessboard when plotting.
  • Creepy Crows: Crokabeks, the Neopian equivalents of crows or ravens, serve as her messengers and also pets.
  • Grande Dame: Definitely!
  • The Illuminati: She leads the Sway, which seems to be the Neopets version.
  • Iron Lady: She is the feared leader of the Sway.
  • Power Hair: Hers is styled this way.

Lord Norheim

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A high-ranking member of the Sway.
  • Amulet of Concentrated Awesome: His amulet of hypnosis.
  • Badass Mustache: He has a thin black handlebar mustache. There is even a wearable item based on it called the Members Only Moustache.
    Member of what? No one knows. But by the looks of this moustache, its gotta be a pretty swanky club.
  • Big Fancy Castle: He lives in one.
  • Black Cloak: What he wears.
  • Evil Chancellor: It would seem he is this to the Duchess (although she herself is a neutral character at best). One line implies that he may try to usurp her.
    "I serve my lady... for now."
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: He has an amulet of hypnosis to make potential new members of the Sway forget all about the organization if he doesn't think they're worthy.

The Order of the Red Erisim

An elite group of witches and wizards. They are naturally dedicated to the study of magic... how it works, why it exists, and how to use it to their advantage.

Rasala the Bright

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An eager young Bori wizard who recently was promoted to head of the Order of the Red Erisim.
  • Ascended Extra: She started out as an unnamed Bori Mage featured on a Neopets TCG card, but for the War of the Obelisk she was given a name and her character was developed.
  • Fireballs: She enjoys launching these at her enemies.
  • Hot Witch: An attractive female Bori, she is the youngest Neopet ever to lead the Order of the Red Erisim.
  • Playing with Fire:
    "What do you mean, fireballs aren't the answer to everything? Of course they are. You just have to ask the right questions."
  • Robe and Wizard Hat: Hers are red.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: She fears that the power of the Obelisk may corrupt her, just as the power Xandra wielded did her.

Alshemar of the Seventh Scroll

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Rasala's mentor, a wise wizard.

Hilda the Hedgewitch

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A highly skilled witch who has won the Cauldron Throwdown competition seven years in a row. Ganfrey the Good is a friend of hers.
  • Magic Cauldron: She must have experience with these as she was champion of the Cauldron Throwdown seven years running.
  • Magic Wand: She uses one.
    "Let's see how much power we can call forth from this old wand, shall we?!?"
  • Nice Hat: She wears a dark red witch's hat.
  • Robe and Wizard Hat: Her outfit.
  • Witch Classic: She's your typical witch.

Ganfrey the Good

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This minor warlock of the Order of the Red Erisim is friends with Hilda the Hedgewitch.
  • Deadpan Snarker: His reaction to Hilda using her powers to make a cookie bigger after she complains about wasting magic to fight for the Obelisk.
    "Clearly a more noble use for magic than winning a war."
  • Magic Wand: He uses one.
  • Nice Hat:
    "A wizard without a pointy hat isn't a proper wizard."
  • Robe and Wizard Hat: Like most all of the members of the Order.

Belisarius

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A member of the Order of the Red Erisim who tends to mumble a lot and so is hard to understand.

The Brute Squad

Founded by Commander Flint, a former general in the army of Altador, this group of physically strong Neopets has the noble goal of keeping Neopia safe from trouble. It takes years of training to qualify to join their ranks.

Commander Flint

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The tough-as-nails Skeith commander of the Brute Squad.
  • Bruiser with a Soft Center: He is shown to have a close relationship with his mother.
    "Yay, Mom sent me a care package with chocolate chip cookies. *sniff* What are you looking at? Get out there and FIGHT!"
  • Dumb Muscle: The incredibly strong Flint doesn't seem too smart when it comes to anything other than tactical matters.
  • No Indoor Voice: Lampshaded in one of his lines: "THIS IS MY INSIDE VOICE!"
  • Stout Strength: Flint is overweight and muscular.
  • Strength Equals Worthiness: He values strength above everything and looks down on those he sees as weak.

Alhana the Patient

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A member of the Brute Squad who often recruits new members. She makes it clear to others that being tough doesn't make you mean.
  • Amazonian Beauty: She is muscular and not bad-looking.
  • Carry a Big Stick: Her weapon is a mace.
  • Fiery Redhead: She's got red hair, and definitely has a temper.
  • Genius Bruiser: She's portrayed as being both tough and intelligent, and wants to clear up misconceptions others have about strong Neopets.
  • Strength Equals Worthiness: One of the phrases she will say to taunt an opponent is "You are not worthy."
  • The Un-Smile: She is described as having "the sort of grin that made lesser Neopets shiver and run for the nearest faerie."

Buster

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A talented jazz trumpet player, this Poogle's intimidating appearance made it hard for him to find work. When he came across a recruitment booth for the Brute Squad, he decided that was the place for him and signed up.
  • Gentle Giant: His problem is that he's a Nice Guy, but others are scared of him due to his appearance.
  • Hidden Depths: He's a tough guy, but he also plays the jazz trumpet.
  • Jazz: He is a jazz musician who plays the trumpet. Unfortunately, being scary-looking put an end to his career.
  • Not Evil, Just Misunderstood: He's believed to be mean just because he's large and tough-looking, but he's really not.
  • Scary Musician, Harmless Music: In-Universe. He was fired from his last gig because his appearance frightened patrons, though the music he played was regular jazz.

Martha

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A silent, imposing magma Kau who is a member of the Brute Squad.
  • Brawn Hilda: Strong and so mannish that it's hard to tell she is a female character.
  • Drop the Hammer: Her weapon is a hammer.
  • Hulk Speak: When she does talk, she sounds like this.
  • Lady Looks Like a Dude: Her name is the only indication that she is female. There is still the possibility that she is in fact a he with a feminine name, as the character is never referred to with pronouns.
  • The Quiet One: Doesn't say much.

The Seekers

A close-knit society of Neopian intellectuals who are happy to share what they learn... most of the time. As their motto goes, "A little knowledge is a dangerous thing."

Professor Lambert

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A Gnorbu scholar who teaches at Brightvale University and is the leader of the group of Neopian intellectuals known as the Seekers.

Katie

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Professor Lambert's niece, who has a talent for inventing. She created a robot companion, ironically named Tiny, to defend her from school bullies.

Sandro

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A foppish Gelert philosopher who writes books about war strategy.
  • Blinding Bangs: His long blond hair hides his eyes.
  • Bookworm: He loves his books so much that he will express impatience when he has to fight, saying he'd rather be reading in his library.
  • The Dandy: He is most definitely this. He is dressed to the nines and his love for style and need to keep his clothes tidy is made apparent through his dialogue:
    "Gah! I have some dirt on my sleeve!"
  • Gentleman and a Scholar: He's incredibly polite, even in battle.
  • Gentleman Snarker:
    "Oh, I've read about this attack... It's not very effective. Are you sure you want to use it?"
  • I Should Write a Book About This: At one point he says "I'm going to write a book about this battle... once I defeat you, of course."
  • Longhaired Pretty Boy: His hair is shoulder-length and tied in a ponytail.
  • The Philosopher: Specifically, he is a philosopher of war.
  • The Strategist: It can be assumed that he is this for the Seekers, as he specializes in coming up with fighting strategies and studies such things.
  • Throw the Book at Them: He always carries a book with him and will use it as a weapon.

Tom Cotterpin

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A Lutari explorer who was involved in the construction of the airship the Seekers used to get to Tyrannia.

Gladstone

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An Ixi scholar.

Gyro

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A Shoyru scientist who attended the Space Station University for Intelligent Neopets.

The Awakened

Not so much an actual society as it is an army of Night of the Living Mooks commanded by creepy twin girls. Their goal is to cause as much chaos as possible under the pretense of having a party.

Lanie and Lillie

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Twin Wocky sisters who called their undead friends from their graves to participate in the battle for the Obelisk which, according to them, is a party.

Echo

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The ghost of a knight who once served a king. He was poisoned and she regrets that she was unable to protect him.
  • Fog Feet: Though considering the fact that she's a Hissi, she likely never had any sort of feet to begin with.
  • Ghostly Chill:
    Echo drifted into her crypt silently, but Halima noticed anyway by the sudden chill. It never bothered her.
  • I Let Gwen Stacy Die: The king she served under was given a dish of Evil Baklava as a gift, and it turned out to be poison. She feels responsible for his death.
  • Knight in Shining Armor: What she was in life.
  • Monochrome Apparition: Like all ghost Neopets, she appears in shades of greyish blue except for her eyes, which are red.
  • My Greatest Failure: Her king was poisoned and she wasn't able to defend him.

Halima the Enraged

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A grumpy Usul mummy who resides in Quasala.

Olabet Shuffletoes

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A zombie who is persuaded by Lanie and Lillie to join the Awakened.

Spirits

Before the six factions reached the obelisk, several spirits emerged and challenged them to fight. Essentially these spirits were personifications of the Neopian versions of the Seven Deadly Sins. Every faction faced one that represented their worst fear. In the end they were revealed to have been a test from the Oracle, the ancient and wise spirit who lived within the obelisk.

Pride

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The personification of pride who menaced the Sway at the end of the War of the Obelisk.

Greed

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The personification of greed who menaced the Thieves' Guild at the end of the War of the Obelisk.

Envy

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The personification of envy who menaced the Order of the Red Erisim at the end of the War of the Obelisk.

Wrath

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The personification of wrath who menaced the Brute Squad at the end of the War of the Obelisk.

Apathy

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The personification of Apathy who menaced the Seekers at the end of the War of the Obelisk.

Death

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The personification of death who menaced the Awakened at the end of the War of the Obelisk.

The Oracle

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  • Ambiguously Evil: The Oracle's true motives have never been made clear. She was introduced at the end of the War of the Obelisk as a seemingly benevolent ancient spirit. However, her actions are rather questionable. All she has done so far is to involve the six factions who originally fought for the right to open the Obelisk in perpetual battles simply for her amusement. She grants boons to the winning faction that last for one week, until it's time for yet another battle. It seems doubtful that a spirit who delights in watching frequent violence (and has multiple groups of powerful Neopians under her spell, constantly striving to gain her favour) could really mean well.
  • The Omniscient: Apparently she has vast wisdom, but has not yet shared her knowledge.
  • Seers: She can see the past and future.

     The Spooky Food Eating Contest Plot 

Corbin

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An Ogrin who, along with his brother, tracked down the monster who menaced the Spooky Food Eating Contest. They are second generation monster hunters, with their father having been one before them.
  • Expy: Of Sam from Supernatural.
  • Hunter of Monsters: He and his brother are professionals who arrive on the scene of the Spooky Food Eating Contest in Neovia after a monster disrupts it. They set out to capture it.

Kell

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A Wocky who, along with his brother, tracked down the monster who menaced the Spooky Food Eating Contest. They are second generation monster hunters, with their father having been one before them.
  • Expy: Of Dean from Supernatural.
  • Hunter of Monsters: He and his brother are professionals who arrive on the scene of the Spooky Food Eating Contest in Neovia after a monster disrupts it. They set out to capture it.

Tippens

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This Chomby gentleman is president of the Spooky Shindig Society, who organised the Spooky Food Eating Contest among other parties.

The Monster

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A blue horned satyr-like creature who disguised himself as a contestant in Neovia's Spooky Food Eating Contest. Pretending to be a Yurble named Scarlet, he managed to win the competition, but afterward drank a potion that revealed his true form. Corbin and Kell chased him into catacombs located beneath the town, and they were able to catch and subdue him. Afterward it was revealed he was a child monster, and was safely returned to his parents at their home in the mountains.
  • Cute Monster: As it turns out, he's just a little kid monster who wandered away from home and not a real threat.
  • Shapeshifting: He has the ability to do this, disguising himself as Scarlet the Yurble. It's unknown as to whether or not this was an impersonation of an actual Neopet or an identity he made up entirely.

     The Wraith Resurgence 

Kaia

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A Faerie from Shenkuu who moved to Faerieland because of bullying, she possesses the power to see misfortune before it happens. Kaia is eager to prove herself and has lofty dreams. The Darkest Faerie pretended to be her in order to deceive everyone into believing Kaia was behind everything.
  • The Ingenue: Younger than most of her kind, good-natured, and eager to please.
  • Psychic Powers: She has visions of future danger and thus can warn others before anything bad happens.
  • Teacher's Pet: Kaia is favoured by Queen Fyora, who gives her lessons outside of the Faerieland Academy.

Malum (Reizo)

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Found hiding in the Wild Woods, this Lupe is thought to be behind the reappearance of the Wraiths, though he insists he is innocent. It is revealed that he is Reizo, Kaia's friend who followed her to Faerieland, only to be cursed by the Darkest Faerie.

     Lyra and the Lost Heirloom 

Lyra Xendrik

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The rebellious daughter of the Warden of the Lost Desert.
  • Action Girl: She stole her family's heirloom scimitar, and isn't afraid to use it.
  • Ancestral Weapon: The scimitar which has been in the Xendrik family for generations.
  • Blue Blood: She comes from an aristocratic Lost Desert family.
  • Fiery Redhead: She's got a temper to match her red hair.
  • Rebellious Princess: Technically not a princess (though she is the daughter of an aristocrat), but otherwise she fits. She turns her back on her family and runs off to avoid their plans for her.
  • The Runaway: She runs away from her family as she refuses to be a pawn in her father's grand designs.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: She is the title character of Lyra and the Lost Heirloom and has red hair and green eyes.
  • Well, Excuse Me, Princess!: Her attitude toward Aurrick.
    "Go back to stealing apples or whatever it is you shabby thieves do."

Aurrick

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A thief whom Lyra befriends while running away from home.

Aymas Xendrik

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Head of the aristocratic Xendrik family and Warden of the Lost Desert. He is the father of Lyra.
  • Abusive Parent: It's implied that he is one to Lyra, as she shows contempt for him and is running away to avoid being a "pawn in [his] grand designs".
  • Blue Blood: He is head of an upper-class Lost Desert family.
  • The Patriarch: Of the Xendrik family.

General Characters

    Altador 

King Altador

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Voiced by: James Arnold Taylor (Neopets: The Darkest Faerie)

The King of Altador, it is named after him.

  • Founder of the Kingdom: He founded Altador.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: During The Faeries' Ruin, he arms himself and seeks to find out the cause of the faeries' petrification instead of staying behind in Altador.
  • Start My Own: He came from a city ruled by the corrupt and set out to find a new city for his people to live in once he was old enough, only to find more cities ruled by the corrupt wherever he went. Eventually, he found a place he noted would be perfect for a city, and the rest is history.
  • The Good King: King Altador rules a land that was among the most cherished in Neopia before its disappearance, and continues to be adored long after its rediscovery.
  • The High King
  • Lord Country: King Altador, of Altador. Notably, he did not name it after himself. Rather, there was a poll among the Twelve Heroes to decide the country's name, and everyone but Altador chose his name for it.

Jerdana

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Voiced by: Olivia d'Abo (Neopets: The Darkest Faerie)

A sorceress and one of the twelve founders of Altador. She created the time-bubble that kept the land hidden for a thousand years.

  • Benevolent Mage Ruler: She is a sorceress who is part of the council that rules over Altador.
  • Blue Is Heroic: She is a blue Aisha (and her dress has some blue on it) on the side of good.
  • Court Mage: A spellcaster who is an advisor to King Altador and co-ruler.

Fauna

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Voiced by: Claudia Black (Neopets: The Darkest Faerie)

One of the twelve protectors of Altador, this Acara is known for her gentleness and how she cares for Petpets.

Gordos

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Voiced by: Keith Ferguson (Neopets: The Darkest Faerie)

The tax collector of Altador. He was chosen by King Altador for his honesty in collecting taxes.

  • Evil Debt Collector: Subverted as he is good, and is well-respected by the people of Altador.
  • Money Fetish: "He knows exactly how many coins there are. He just enjoys counting them."

    Brightvale 

King Hagan

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Voiced by: Dwight Schultz (Neopets: The Darkest Faerie)

The wise, knowledgeable king of Brightvale.

    Faerieland 

Queen Fyora

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Voiced by: Anne Wilde (Neopets: The Darkest Faerie)

Queen of the Faeries.

Jhudora

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Delina (also known as the Crafting Faerie)

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Marina

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Naia (The Fountain Faerie)

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  • The Eeyore: When you're not on a quest and visit the Rainbow Pool, she'll be looking dejected and saying things like "Oh no, my beautiful magic is gone :("
  • Fetch Quest: She sometimes sends you one these, but only if you're lucky.
  • Meaningful Name: Naia likely comes from naiad, which is a mythological water nymph.
  • Skunk Stripe: She has an aqua stripe in her hair.
  • Our Fairies Are Different: Has a mermaid tail like all Water Faeries.

Baelia

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The Grey Faerie, who has lost her wings and her powers. As a result, she is always sad.
  • Broken Bird: She was imprisoned by an evil Dark Faerie named Jennumara who stripped her of her powers. As a result, she has become very pessimistic.
  • The Eeyore: She is constantly depressed.
  • Gray Rain of Depression: This usually accompanies her.

     Haunted Woods 

Edna

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A Zafara witch who doles out quests. Originally she was human before falling into her cauldron and becoming a Neopet.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: She is a witch, who resides in the Haunted Woods and can be pretty creepy, but she's not evil.
  • Eye of Newt: Her potion ingredients can be anything, from food to board games.
  • Fetch Quest: She sometimes sends users on quests to fetch potion ingredients.
  • Power Incontinence: Apparently she accidentally turned some Feepits into Feepit Pie once.

Esophagor

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Brain Tree

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A tree with a huge, pulsating brain. He yearns for knowledge, and will send users off on quests to give him the information he needs.
  • Fetch Quest: He will ask those who accept his quests for the date and place a Neopet died. To get this information, one must complete two Esophagor quests.
  • My Brain Is Big: He's called the Brain Tree for a reason.
  • Sealed Evil in a Duel: He has long been engaged in battle with the Beast that lurks behind him. The reason he constantly fights it is to keep Neopia safe from it.
  • Wise Tree: He is one, though he will ask others to give him information rather than doling it out himself. Once they do, he will reward them.

Balthazar

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A Lupe bounty hunter who traps Faeries in bottles and then sells them.
  • Bounty Hunter: His targets are the Faeries.
  • Dramatically Missing the Point: He is asked to help the petrified Faeries by a young Ixi during The Faeries' Ruin, but when the situation is explained to him and he sees for himself what happened, he is thrilled rather than concerned. Then he goes home to free the Faeries he has bottled (knowing that once they're released, they too will be turned to stone).
  • Freudian Excuse: He was abandoned by his family as a child. After crawling through the woods, hungry and thirsty, he came across some Dark Faeries whom he asked to aid him. Instead, they cruelly mocked him and threw stones and twigs at him. That's why he now hates all Faeries.

MAGAX

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This Wocky once served Hubrid Nox and committed many vile acts for him. Now repentant, he has turned against Nox and they have become sworn enemies.
  • Antagonist in Mourning: Despite the serious nature of their conflict, MAGAX has been shown to truly mourn the loss of Hubrid Nox.
  • Anti-Hero: A former villain trying to atone for his crimes.
  • The Atoner: He regrets the evil he did in the past, and so fights to protect Neopia from Hubrid Nox.
  • Badass Beard: He's got a goatee.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: As the minion of Nox. Apparently he's done something so terrible that the Faeries won't forgive him for it.
  • Friendly Enemy: He and Nox are sometimes depicted this way, especially in Advent Calendar animations.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He was once evil and a minion of Hubrid Nox, but has since changed his ways.
  • Reformed, but Rejected:
    "You still seek redemption for your past?" Nox said, his form all but lost in the storm clouds. "Don't you know there is no forgiveness for you, Magax? The Faeries will never forgive the crimes you committed against them."
    "Perhaps," Magax said, readying his weapon. "But, I have to try."
  • Rugged Scar: He has one over his eye.
  • We Used to Be Friends: Before turning against him, MAGAX was Nox's minion.

Hubrid Nox

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A Chia warlock who is the Arch-Enemy of MAGAX. He was Killed Off for Real during The Faeries' Ruin plot, so all subsequent appearances are of his ghost.

Eliv Thade

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The ghost of a Kacheek who delights in anagrams. Being given one he was unable to solve is what drove him mad.
  • Delighting in Riddles: Anagrams are his life... or rather, afterlife.
  • Our Ghosts Are Different: He's the crazed spirit of a puzzle maker.
  • Riddle Me This: In The Castle of Eliv Thade game, the only way you can escape is by solving the anagrams he presents you with.
  • Sanity Slippage: This happened to him when a servant presented him with a puzzle he could not solve.
  • Significant Anagram: The letters of his name can be rearranged to read 'evil death' or 'vile death'.
  • Two-Faced: The left side of his face has what appears to be a patch of fabric stitched onto it.

     Kiko Lake 

Archie

An inventor who created a machine to clear away the bubbles that blocked the view of the lake's bed.

     Krawk Island 
A pirate's island

Cap'n Threelegs

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  • Dressed to Plunder: More recent artwork depicts him wearing a full pirate outfit.
  • Seadog Beard: When he was redesigned, he gained a braided yellow beard.
  • Seadog Peg Leg: He claims he lost his leg in a battle against a gigantic Krawk, but in reality it was lost in a freak Tombola mishap.
  • The Tutor: He runs an academy.
  • Talk Like a Pirate: His many sayings.

Governor Gavril McGill

     Kreludor 
The moon of Neopia.

     Lost Desert 
Home to the cities Sakhmet and Qasala

King Coltzan III

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The former king of Sakhmet who ended up murdered.

Princess Vyssa

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King Coltzan III's youngest daughter, who ruled Sakhmet in the absence of her older sister, Princess Amira.
  • Demoted to Extra: Formerly an important Lost Desert character who played a major role in both the Usurper and Search for the Crown plots, Vyssa faded into the background after her elder sister Amira was introduced.
  • King Incognito: When she wants to get away from all the palace intrigue.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Does her best to understand the lives of average citizens so she can be one.

Princess Sankara

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The heiress of the Khonsu Dynasty of Khamtef, she was taken in by King Coltzan III of Sakhmet after her parents were killed. She repaid his kindness by assassinating him.
  • Evil Orphan: She is an orphaned princess who murdered the king who took her in.
  • The Kingslayer: She is the one who murdered King Coltzan.
  • Poison Is Evil: She kills King Coltzan by poisoning his food.

Heermeedjet & Meerouladen

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Voiced by: Charlie Schlatter (Neopets: The Darkest Faerie)
A pair of siblings who are thieves. Together they are known as the Meerca Brothers. They have connections to Malkus Vile and were involved in the plot to steal King Coltzan's crown.

Malkus Vile

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A Skeith criminal who organized the theft of King Coltzan's crown with the Meerca Brothers.

     Moltara 
A steampunk and lava inspired world 7,000 feet underground.

Cog

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Igneot

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Mayor of Moltara

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     Mystery Island 

Ghost Lupe

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  • Our Ghosts Are Different
  • Grey and Gray Morality: He seems like a villain, but can do good in Random Events.
  • Revenge: He seeks revenge for his death, and likely that of his bride as well.
  • Senseless Sacrifice: The Ghost Lupe was in life a knight named Sylva. He died attempting to rescue his bride from the natives of Mystery Island. Apparently, she did not survive either.

Jhuidah the Island Faerie

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Tiki Tack Man

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A humanoid man who runs the Tombola on Mystery Island, as well as a souvenir shop. He is never seen without his mask, and as there are (supposedly) no humans in Neopia, it's unclear what he is.

Techo Master

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A wise old Techo who runs the Mystery Island Training School. He collects codestones as payment, and then places them in his garden.

Ryshu

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One of the four guardians of the Mystery Island Training School. He has trained extensively with the Techo Master, and as a result has become a skilled fighter.

     Neopia Central 

Dr Death

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The overseer of the Neopian Pound

Pound Uni and Pound Hissi

The other pound workers. The Uni works at the Adopt door and the Hissi works at the Transfer door.

Soup Faerie

A kindly Faerie who runs the Soup Kitchen.
  • Hair Decorations: She ties her hair back with a red bandanna.
  • Iconic Item: Her wooden spoon and cooking pot.
  • Nice Girl: Possibly the kindest of the faeries, she dedicates her life's work to making sure that Neopia's poor have enough to eat.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Her real name is not known.
  • Pink Means Feminine: Her usual outfit includes a pink shirt.
  • Supreme Chef: Her soup tastes so good that rich Neopians sometimes try to pass themselves off as poor to get a taste of it.
  • Taken for Granite: Like the other Faeries, she was turned to stone for the duration of The Faeries' Ruin.
  • Winged Humanoid: Of course she has wings, she is a Faerie, after all.

     Roo Island 

King Roo

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The kindly king of Roo Island who loves playing Dice-a-Roo.
  • Authority in Name Only: It's implied that he spends all of his time playing Dice-a-Roo while his chancellor Advisor Broo actually runs the kingdom.
  • A Dog Named "Dog": His name is King Roo, and he's a Blumaroo.
  • Lonely at the Top: He was not exactly lonely, but quite bored before Dice-a-Roo was invented.

Aristotle A. Avinroo

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The self-proclaimed Games Master, more commonly referred to by his initials, AAA. He created Daily Dare, a competition where he challenges Neopians to beat his high scores at games.

Abigail Avinroo

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AAA's sister, who is more down-to-earth than he is. It was her idea to have her crush Chadley help out with Daily Dare while her brother was away, but she soon regretted it upon becoming disillusioned with him and annoyed by his vanity.

Lulu

AAA and Abigail's cousin who runs the NC Mall portions of Daily Dare and Games Master Challenge events.

Chadrick Woolsworth Tuffington IV

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Also known as Chadley. This Zafara is a popular and egotistical classmate of AAA. His smile was rated as Neopia's Most Charming by the Neopian Times for three years running. He hosted Daily Dare while AAA was away at camp.
  • "Awesome McCool" Name: Like AAA, his full name sounds cool; Chadrick Woolsworth Tuffington IV.
  • Brainless Beauty: In spite of his Neopedia article saying his IQ is "brilliant, just like his smile", he really doesn't seem all that bright. For one thing, he's blissfully unaware that other characters are sick of him.
  • It's All About Me: Boy, is it ever!
  • Narcissist: He is obsessed with himself to the point of driving those around him crazy.
  • The Rival: To AAA.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: He's a schoolkid with delusions of being a celebrity that everyone adores.
  • Smug Smiler: He's known for his smile.

King Roothless

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An evil king who envies AAA's status as the Games Master. In an attempt to prove he was better than him, he kidnapped AAA and his sister Abigail and forced them to play games nonstop in a dungeon-like chamber.
  • Driven by Envy: His reason for capturing AAA and Abigail and forcing them to play games for days on end.
  • Green and Mean: He's a green Blumaroo and is a villain.
  • Meaningful Name: From the word 'ruthless'.
  • Would Hurt a Child: He forces a 14-year-old boy and his 11-year-old sister to play games unceasingly, and then sends them into a game that they would need to escape if they were to be released.

     Shenkuu 

Princess Lunara

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The eldest daughter of the Emperor of Shenkuu. She was sad and lonely, in spite of the efforts of her Petpet Kazeriu to cheer her up. Her sister, Terrana, thought pretending to be kidnapped would be a good way to bring some excitement to her life.

Princess Terrana

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The youngest daughter of the Emperor of Shenkuu, who aspires to be the greatest warrior of all. To prove it, she attempts to scale the mountain with her grappling hook.

     Terror Mountain 

Donny

  • Mr. Fixit: He is a toy repairman.
  • Grumpy Old Man: He's elderly and a bit grumpy, calling people "fur-biting, good-for-nothing prawns".

Taelia

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  • Fetch Quest: If you ask, she will send you out to find particular foods in exchange for a snowball, food item, some Neopoints, and more rarely, some more exclusive prizes.
  • Healing Hands: She is the only one able to lift the Curse of Ta-Kutep.
  • Nice Girl: Is very kind, rescuing lost pets from the blizzards of Terror Mountain.
  • The Medic: Downplayed. She is shown to have healing powers and used them on Hannah.
  • Mountaintop Healthcare: Lives up at the top of the mountain and while she can't heal your pets or sell healing potions like Marina, she is known for having good healing abilities.
  • Riddle for the Ages: Why did she leave Faerieland for Terror Mountain?
  • We Help the Helpless: She is said to wander Terror Mountain finding Neopets who got lost in the snow and saving them from freezing to death.

Adee

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The Snowager

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  • An Ice Person: He is a huge ice wyrm that can fire icy blasts.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Hence why he sleeps in a big cave.
  • Berserk Button: If he catches you stealing his treasure, hope you like an icy blast to the face.
  • Dragon Hoard: He guards a gigantic pile of treasure in his cave, which users can try to steal from when he's asleep.
  • Riddle for the Ages: Where did all the treasure in his cave come from??
  • Promoted to Playable: Received his own Flash game in 2010, Wrath of the Snowager, where the player controls him trying to get his loot back from a thieving Chia.

Chia Thief

  • Too Dumb to Live: Instead of doing something sensible when the Snowager comes after him like hide in a building or leave Terror Mountain, he just tries to evade him by running around and around in circles.

     Tyrannia 

Kyruggi

  • Action Girl: "Just because Grarrg is the Battle Master doesn't mean I don't know how to put up a fight. Why do you think Grarrg is second in command anyway?"

     Virtupets Space Station 

Myra the Space Faerie

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Dr. Frank Sloth

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One of the most powerful villains in Neopia, Dr. Sloth enslaved the Grundo race and planned to turn all the Neopets into mutants.
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