- Ambiguously Evil: They're technically on the side of good, but their practices have gotten more and more questionable over the years along with acquiring a more militant approach to trouble. This especially extends to P.O.I.N.T. Prep, which has a toxic overly-competitive environment that the faculty encourages. Foxtail complicates things further, as she shows that she outright cares more about fame and fortune than actual heroism, and when Greyman calls her out on the extremes she took with Chip Damage, she has him fired on the spot.
- Beauty, Brains and Brawn: The different classes at P.O.I.N.T. Prep fit these archetypes: Charisma (beauty), Wisdom (brains), and Strength (brawn).
- Breaking the Fellowship: Thanks to the "Sandwich Incident", Laserblast is presumed dead, and Gar (formerly El Bow) was kicked off the team. Carol (A.K.A. Silver Spark) apparently left to be a mom to K.O., and Rippy Roo is later revealed to have quit not long after the Incident as well for similar reasons that Enid left P.O.I.N.T. Prep: because she could tell that P.O.I.N.T. was going in a direction that she did not agree with and she couldn't be part of it anymore. And it's eventually revealed that Carol either secretly rejoined or never actually left in the first place, but she does leave for good in "Dark Plaza" after seeing how extreme Foxtail has become (and seemingly doesn't rejoin either at the end after Foxtail steps down). Foxtail and Doctor Greyman stuck around as P.O.I.N.T. Prep instructors for a while, but then Foxtail fires Greyman in "Final Exams", and she herself steps down as P.O.I.N.T. leader in "Dark Plaza", though she does remain an instructor at P.O.I.N.T. Prep.
- The Dreaded: The modern incarnation of the team scares even powerful villains like Cosma shitless.
- Fun with Acronyms: According to their theme song, P.O.I.N.T. stands for Powerful Operatives, Investigating and Neutralizing Trouble.
- Gender-Equal Ensemble: The original team was this, with three male members (Laserblast, Doctor Greyman, and El-Bow), and three female (Foxtail, Silver Spark, and Rippy Roo).
- Home Base: Their headquarters is a building of a hand pointing its index finger up. Their recent headquarters, shown in "Villains' Night Out", is now on an island and the headquarters is more of a tower design while keeping the hand design.
- Sigil Spam: Their logo, a basic hand that's clenched save for the index finger (hence, "P.O.I.N.T."), has been implemented into the design of almost everything they use. From their vehicles, which tend to be hand-shaped, to their troopers, whose pauldrons resemble hands pointing.
- Super Team: They're a group of heroes consisting of different species' and powers.
- The Team: The original group is essentially the Five-Man Band + Team Pet.
- The Leader: Foxtail, the most upstanding and outwardly heroic (at least in her younger years), and also leads the missions.
- The Lancer: Laserblast, the dark cool guy who contrasts Foxtail's bright appearance. After his supposed death, Greyman built Chip Damage to fill this role, but Foxtail had other plans...
- The Smart Guy: Doctor Greyman, physically small but specializes in psychic power. Also a doctor and scientist.
- The Big Guy: El-Bow, recruited for his big muscles and wrestling moves despite his shy and cowardly demeanor.
- The Chick: Silver Spark, the one most defined by her bonds with the others, such as her relationship with Laserblast and friendship with El-Bow. Her powers are mostly analytical to help direct others how best to use theirs, or to copy abilities herself.
- Team Pet: Rippy Roo, a non-humanoid kangaroo who speaks in animal gibberish.
The current leader of P.O.I.N.T. Used to be Enid's best friend. She ends up as the head of the Charisma discpline in the future.
Hero Level: 4
- Action Girl: She's a Magical Girl that fights while using a magical bow.
- Alpha Bitch: Elodie is quite open about being selfish or manipulative, but is publicly adored anyway.
- Attention Whore: She wants to be a hero just to be famous and popular.Elodie: I just love being popular!
- Armor-Piercing Response: After literally piercing Enid with her infinite supply of magical arrows, she rejects Enid's fond appreciation of their friendship. Elodie retorts to responding they were never friends, leaving Enid with a Heroic BSoD that still affects her years later.
- Beauty Is Bad: Her alluring charm plays a factor into why Enid quickly became trusting of Elodie.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Elodie's backstabbing tendencies. Elodie mocks Enid that their childhood friendship is holding Enid back from outright defeating Elodie in a second challenge. This has changed as of the POINT Prep arc.
- Bright Is Not Good: Elodie's trademark colors are bright neon pink and pearly white.
- Conflicting Loyalty: She betrayed Enid for sake of joining P.O.I.N.T. years ago, but struggles between her devotion to the school and her remaining feelings for Enid in the present.
- Did You Actually Believe...?: "We were never friends... Enid. I just pretended so I can learn your moves and counter them."
- The Dragon: She eventually became Foxtail's lieutenant for the second season finale, but still had reservations about going through with her plan.
- Early-Bird Cameo: An arcade game featuring her likeness and name is seen in "I Am Dendy".
- Energy Bow: Her Weapon of Choice.
- Et Tu, Brute?: Her betrayal of Enid's trust and friendship at the finals of the P.O.I.N.T. Academy challenge; Enid was distraught by the thought of Elodie not being a genuine friend and merely using her as a stepping stone to get into P.O.I.N.T.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: While not exactly evil, at the end of "You Have To Care", Geoffery, her personal butler and chauffeur, inquires about the state of Enid and Elodie's childhood bond. Elodie shows remorse that she is no longer considered Enid's best friend, as she is seen holding onto her half of the friendship necklace. A later arc set at P.O.I.N.T. Academy shows that no matter what, Enid is very important to her, as Elodie constantly puts Enid before her perfect grade point average.
- Expy: Her appearance was inspired by pink magical girls, specifically Mew Ichigo and Madoka. She also has the exact same name as, and a similar outfit to, the magical-girl protagonist of Long Live the Queen.
- False Friend: She claims that she only befriended Enid so she could learn her moves and use them against her in the P.O.I.N.T. Prep Academy exam. However, it's implied that this wasn't really the case, as she only found out about said exam with Enid, long after they became friends.
- Friend or Idol Decision: Elodie's only cares about being popular, which she's gotten upon winning the contest. But she still cares about her friendship with Enid.
- Good Is Not Nice: Elodie is a famous hero but is an Alpha Bitch.
- Hazy Feel Turn: More of a Jerkass then an actual villain, but during Enid's stay at P.O.I.N.T. Academy, Elodie realizes that being friends with Enid is way more important to her then being the top student. She cements her turn to full heroism by aspiring to be the hero many assumed Chip Damage to be, culminating in her turning on Foxtail in the season two finale, and subsequently succeeding her as the leader of P.O.I.N.T.
- Hidden Depths: "Chip's Damage" reveals that Elodie used to be as big of a fan of Chip Damage as K.O. was, and even ran a fan forum that he had frequented.
- Hidden Heart of Gold: The ending of her introduction episode shows that her stuck-upness is just a facade to hide her feelings. While it had originally seemed like she just happened to meet up with Enid, the end showed she went tho the bodega specifically to see her again. She also still has the friendship necklace Enid gave her.
- I Choose to Stay: After Chip Damage's plan is revealed, Elodie decides to stay at the Academy not only because she has worked hard to be a good student, but because she still believes in the core of the Academy's goals and wants to work at making it a reality as opposed to being based on a lie.
- Lovable Alpha Bitch: Deconstructed. After rebuilding her friendship with Enid, Elodie's elitism and arrogance are played as endearing traits... until she cruelly crushes K.O.'s dreams of joining POINT and Enid calls her out for treating others like garbage. By the end of the Arc though she has fully embraced the trope.
- Magical Girl Warrior: She fights in a frilly dress while using a magic weapon.
- Modesty Shorts: Wears tiny dark brown shorts under her skirt.
- Noblewoman's Laugh: She has a high-pitched, nasal laugh.
- Punny Name: The arcade game made in her likeness is called M. Elodie which likely means "Magical Elodie" but given how it's displayed looking at it quick might have one think you pronounce it as "Melody".
- Rank Up: In "Dark Plaza", she becomes the new leader of P.O.I.N.T after Foxtail steps down from the position.
- Took a Level in Kindness: She's become much warmer and more affable with others by Season 3. After taking over P.O.I.N.T., she even invites K.O. over to help with rebuilding Chip Damage and the two bond over how they look up to him.
- Unsportsmanlike Gloating: Elodie's reaction when winning over her placement in P.O.I.N.T. Academy.
- We Used to Be Friends: A quite rocky example with Enid. She eventually admits to Enid that she regrets abandoning her and they start to patch things up.
- Yaoi Fangirl: She shared yaoi manga with Enid when they were friends, which can be seen in a Freeze-Frame Bonus of her introduction episode.
- Zettai Ryouiki: Wears thigh-high stockings and a flared up skirt.
A member of P.O.I.N.T. whose theme is a having a fox-like tail. She is also the teacher of the Strength class at P.O.I.N.T. Prep.
Hero Level: 10+
- Amazonian Beauty: She's the most muscular member by far, and is considered attractive by at least one member, El Bow.
- Animal-Themed Superbeing: Fits the "Animal Alias" mold, as she has a fox theme, but is an outright brawler (something foxes aren't generally known for).
- Anti-Villain: Ironically enough, she was the overarching main antagonist of Season 2 and got very ruthless, but she still wanted power to protect people.
- Arc Villain: Even if she may not see herself as a villain, Foxtail was the Man Behind the Man for the P.O.I.N.T. Prep arc, and soon becomes the direct main antagonist for the season two finale.
- Badass Cape: She wears a blue cape.
- Be Careful What You Wish For: When Foxtail ordered Elodie to use the De-Power ray on Plazamo (and Enid, Radicles, and possibly Perfect K.O. in the proccess), she cites that some sacrifices have to be made for the greater good. When the ray is reflected back at them, Elodie opts not to raise the shields and instead opens the cockpit, making both of them said sacrifices.
- Big-Bad Ensemble: While only a villain for a single arc of the second season, Foxtail was the other main villain the heroes had to contend with, alongside the newly merged Big Bad Duumvirate of Lord Boxman and Professor Venomous.
- Blue Is Heroic: She wore a blue cape in the past, and had some blue in her belt. In the present day, it hangs behind her darker blue miltary-esque uniform top. Brutally averted in the present, where despite all her uniform being blue-colored, she is anything but good.
- Boyish Short Hair: Her hair doesn't even go down to her shoulders.
- Brought to You by the Letter "S": She has an orange letter "F" inside a blue circle on her belt.
- Charles Atlas Superpower: Even without her superpowers, she's still got enough natural strength to throw K.O. at Lord Boxman's flying desk.
- Competition Freak: If there's a chance to prove P.O.I.N.T.( Prep) are the strongest around, Foxtail will push everyone as hard as possible to take it.
- Dean Bitterman: When Enid doesn't take a Megafootball game seriously, Foxtail threatens to expel her entire class if their team loses. In truth, she's even worse than that, and is willing to flat-out endanger her students to improve P.O.I.N.T.'s reputation.
- Defeat Means Friendship: Being defeated and depowered makes Foxtail much more willing to see her power-grabbing ways as an ineffective means to protect people. Then she begins to redeem herself by helping K.O. stop Lord Boxman for stealing all the Glorbs for himself.
- Everyone Has Standards:
- Firmly objects to using the De-Power orb weapon, even on the team's enemies. This gets something of a darker twist when she's older, as it turns out she thinks taking away a hero's power like that makes them useless. As a result of The Sandwich Incident, she just flat out abandons this restraint, making a Power Nullifier ray with a permanent setting standard issue P.O.I.N.T. equipment.
- She may have a habit of rude, personal put-downs, but she goes along with Carol's scavenger hunt excuse when the Glorbs go missing to protect K.O.'s safety.
- Fantastic Racism: Implied. It appears that Foxtail considers people without powers useless. She thinks taking away a hero's power makes them useless; she fires Greyman on the spot when he calls her out on her actions, remarking that Greyman's powerlessness means he has no place in POINT anymore.
- Freudian Excuse: The loss of Laserblast has somehow turned her from a kind-hearted Cool Big Sis to a harsh, unforgiving Knight Templar whose obsession with obtaining the power to protect the world at any cost has led to breaking ties with several of her former teammates.
- Flight: Foxtail can fly, and while sometimes shown spinning her tail around like a propeller as she does, it doesn't seem to be fully necessary.
- Foil: To Miss Quantum; both are very harsh mentors, but while Miss Quantum genuinely wants her student to improve for their own sake, Foxtail only cares about how their performance reflects her academy.
- Fox Folk: As her name suggests, she has a foxtail.
- Hoist by Her Own Petard: For all her trouble, Foxtail ends up falling victim to the Disempower Ray, the very thing she created to De-Power heroes.
- Kick the Dog:
- Her present-day introduction has her reminding Gar of the Sandwich Incident after they start to argue.
- She fires Greyman on the spot when he calls her out on her actions, remarking that Greyman's powerlessness means he has no place in POINT anymore.
- The Man Behind the Man: Turns out she's the real mastermind behind the shady actions of Chip Damage (who is revealed to be an android that she controlled), with Greyman (Chip's creator) being none the wiser.
- Pet the Dog: When Carol goes on her mission and has to bring K.O. with her, Foxtail goes along with Carol in pretending it's a scavenger hunt.
- Smug Super: In the present she's pretty prideful and self-assured about P.O.I.N.T even when her team fails at actually containing the situation in the end. She's the one really behind the Gifted and Talented being handed out power-ups that they can't control, potentially leading to a Super-Power Meltdown, and when Greyman objects, she fires him and says his powerlessness makes him useless anyway.
- Super Strength: This appears to be her main power. She's the only muscular hero in the group until El Bow came along. She's even the teacher of the Strength class in the Prep Academy.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: She clearly resents Gar due to the Sandwich Incident which either appeared to Laserblast his life or caused something much worse, publicly mocking him in front of the entire plaza for it. In the present she makes no attempt whatsoever to hide her disdain for him. She also has grown into a sort-of Glory Seeker who fails to see her mistakes, and can be pretty mean toward her students. She's even the one responsible for Chip Damage's shady actions and when Greyman confronts her about it, she fires him on the spot, coldly remarking that his powerlessness means he has no place in POINT.
- We Used to Be Friends: Foxtail and Gar used to be teammates, however "Point to the Plaza" shows that she did and still does blame Gar for the Sandwich Incident.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has orange hair with a white stripe to go along with her fox motif.
A member of P.O.I.N.T. who has some involvement with the sandwich flashback. He is also K.O.'s father, and the former alias of Professor Venomous.
Hero Level: 8
- Batman Parody: He has more than a little in common with the Dark Knight; both are superheroes with severe personal issues but are nevertheless highly-regarded among their teammates; they're both scientific geniuses with physical strength and fighting skill to match; and they both have deep voices and all-black costumes. In point of fact, Laserblast's helmet even looks almost exactly like Batman's cowl.
- Broken Ace: A highly-regarded member of the most prestigious Hero team around who had the respect of everyone around him, gifted with brains and brawn...and none of that mattered to him since he hated how his Energy Absorption powers meant he essentially always depended on the strength of others to be a Hero. He developed an inferiority complex towards his teammates, especially his girlfriend Carol since she had incredible natural power. His obsession with gaining new powers would ultimately lead to him losing the ones he already had, and over the course of trying to fix this, he'd fall into villainy.
- Cool Helmet: His helmet has bat ear-like projections and comes with a red One-Way Visor.
- Death of the Hypotenuse: Though it took years for Mr. Gar to act on it, Laserblast's disappearance gave Mr. Gar another chance at wooing Carol.
- Energy Absorption: Laserblast's true powers depended on draining the power of his foes.
- Expy: Appearance-wise he seems to resemble a mix of Batman and Cyclops from X-Men. Unlike the latter, his Eye Beams are not a natural power of his. More seriously, he also carries the self-doubt and desperate desire for emotional security that characterized the the majority of Cyclops' mistakes.
- Eye Beams: He can shoot powerful lasers through his visor.
- FaceHeel Turn: Did so after the Sandwich Incident, eventually becoming Professor Venomous.
- First Love: He was this in the backstory for Carol/Silver Spark. In the present, she eventually starts dating Mr. Gar (previously their teammate El-Bow).
- Genius Bruiser: He's much more scientifically-knowledgeable than one would assume. For one he built his laser-shooting visor, along with the orbs Dr. Greyman discovered, and he made a considerable amount of money selling technology to villans as Professor Venomous.
- Gone Horribly Wrong: His mission to raid the "unknown villain"'s lab, and insistence on doing so by himself and leaving Silver Spark and El-Bow outside, resulted in an explosion in the donut shop, following by the building getting "shrunk, or teleported, or whatever", and presumably him along with it. This is even more the case with what really happened. Laserblast himself owned that lab, and was using his research there to try to become more powerful. But then Greyman found the lab and the orbs therein and accidentally lost his powers from them, and Laserblast tried to use the "raid" as a chance to cover up his connection to it. Instead, in his haste, he dropped some of the orbs, causing the explosion himself and losing his powers in addition to the above-mentioned destruction of the lab.
- Green-Eyed Monster: Downplayed, but it's revealed that he was envious and resentful of the natural powers that all of his teammates had, feeling that his ability to drain his enemies' energy was inferior in comparison. Tragically, everyone else knew that his abilities were just as valid and helpful to the team as the rest of P.O.I.N.T.'s, but he couldn't see that and developed an inferiority complex. He didn't truly appreciate what he had in his powers until he lost them and desperately tried to get them back, to no success.
- Heroic Build: Straddles the border between a bodybuilder physique and a Top-Heavy Guy—his arms are thicker than his legs, but the difference isn't exaggerated nearly as much as with Mr. Gar or Rad.
- Heroic Self-Deprecation: Despite Laserblast's powers saving his team members countless times and Carol telling him that his powers were good enough, Laserblast was always plagued by dissatisfaction over them and would overcompensate by rushing into battle without thinking. This only got worse after the Sandwich Incident; he lost his powers thanks to his own weapon and overheard Carol claiming that he wasn't strong enough to survive the explosion, leading him to abandon her and his old team out of shame. His desperate attempts to regain his powers later only led to him falling into villainy.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Turns out he himself was the one who created the weapons that later permanently de-powered him (and Dr. Greyman too).
- Irony: A pretty dark example. He started to experiment in secret to give himself more powers and become an even stronger hero. What he created from them ended up backfiring on him and instead took away the powers he already had in the first place. And then even further experiments just gave him a Superpowered Evil Side.
- Leeroy Jenkins: In order to compensate for his supposed inadequacies, he had a tendency to rush headfirst into battle without thinking things through beforehand.
- Luke, I Am Your Father: In "Big Reveal", Carol reveals to K.O. that Laserblast is his father.
- Never Found the Body: During his mission to disarm the weapons in an unknown villain's lab, the building he's in explodes and teleports away. It's not shown what exactly happened inside the lab, but he's presumed dead. In "Big Reveal", it turns out he's still alive and has been living under a new name, Professor Venomous.
- One-Way Visor: Wore a red cyclops visor that can shoot powerful lasers.
- Oral Fixation: Always has a sucker in his mouth.
- Posthumous Character: Seemingly died prior to the series. Except he didn't.
- Pragmatic Hero: Suggested using the De-Power capable weapons on their enemies, something Foxtail rejected. May not be so pragmatic after The Reveal of his resentment towards the other P.O.I.N.T. members for having powers that don't rely on stealing power from others like his did.
- Power Misidentification: Most people assume his Eye Beams are his power. It's actually just a weapon, which he uses his actual Energy Absorption ability to power.
- Tempting Fate: He's done this twice. The first time in "Glory Days" when he said the whole team will always be together, and the second time in "Let's Take a Moment", when he assures Carol that he's not going to die on his mission (he didn't, but everyone thought he did).
- Trademark Favorite Food: Red lollipops.
- Two Aliases, One Character: In "Big Reveal", it turns out he and Professor Venomous are the same person.
- Uncertain Doom: Something bad clearly happened to him, but we're given little idea what until "Let's Take a Moment". During a mission to disarm weapons in an unknown villain's lab under a donut shop, he went inside to disarm them while Carol and Gar stood watch outside the shop. Something went wrong in the lab and the shop exploded, floated in the air, shrank, and teleported somewhere else. But it was unknown what precisely happened in the lab and if he survived it... Until Season 3 revealed that HE is the "unknown villain" who created the weapons. Laserblast had secretly attempted to obtain new powers right under P.O.I.N.T.'s noses, and he tried manipulating the mission that would become known as "The Sandwich Incident" in his favor to cover-up his plan, only for it to go horribly wrong, leaving him powerless like Doctor Greyman. He barely escaped the explosion resulting from his own weapons... and he only got worse from there.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: His disappearance was the catalyst for the past version of P.O.I.N.T disbanding, the animosity between its former members in the present, as well as Gar's and Carol's strained relationship until "Let's Take A Moment", even if he never meant to cause any of this.
- Walking Spoiler: Definitely qualifies as one, now that we know that he became Professor Venomous.
A member of P.O.I.N.T. who is a traditional grey looking alien.
Hero Level: Unknown
- Aliens of London: He's an extraterrestrial who speaks with a German accent.
- Beard of Sorrow: Implied to be the case with his long beard that he currently has ever since he lost his powers and the original team fell apart. In "Final Exams it's revealed to be a fake beard however.
- Brought Down to Normal: In "Let's Take a Moment", Doctor Greyman accidentally activates a weapon that seemed to permanently take away his superpowers.
- Doctor Whomage: His fedora, scarf, being an alien (albeit of a different type), along with his eccentric personality, appear to be modeled after the fourth Doctor.
- Exposed Extraterrestrials: He wears some clothes, but only on his head, neck, and feet.
- The Greys: Fits the trope to a T.
- Handicapped Badass: In the present, he doesn't seem to have regained his powers and he moves around in a wheelchair.
- Mind over Matter: He's another alien whose species can use levitation.
- Nice Hat: Wears a fedora.
- Purple Is Powerful: A senior P.O.I.N.T. member who wears a purple scarf.
- Scarf Of Asskicking: Wears a scarf.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: When he finds out about Foxtail's actions and is fired by her for calling her out, he calls it quits and leaves sorrowfully.
- Token Good Teammate : With Foxtail being behind Chip Damage's actions, and Sunshine's stance on this being so far ambiguous, it's clear Greyman was the only outright good person in the POINT Prep Management before being fired by Foxtail—if it wasn't for Carol, Gertie and Ms. Mummy also being POINT members, he would count as this for the present version of POINT in general .
- Unexplained Accent: When he reappears as a teacher, he has a German accent for some reason, along with a long white fake beard.
- Unwitting Pawn: He built Chip Damage to be Laserblast's replacement, so as to show the world that POINT could still be the heroic organization they believed in, even after LB's death; sadly his project ended up being hijacked by Foxtail, who proceeded to use Chip for the wrong reasons and even went as far as endangering the lives of POINT prep students. Greyman is not happy in the least when he finds out .
A member of P.O.I.N.T. who is a petite boxing kangaroo.
Hero Level: Unknown
- Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: She is a small teal and pink kangaroo.
- Ambiguous Gender: For most of the show's run, she wasn't referred to as male or female. However, she has a pouch, and despite how some media depict male kangaroos, the show creators specified that as proof that she's female. She was confirmed as female in "Whatever Happened to... Rippy Roo?".
- Badass Adorable: Despite her cute appearance (acknowledged by Laserblast), she was chosen to join P.O.I.N.T. for a good reason since her pouch allows her to store almost anything in it.
- Bag of Holding: Her pouch can hold a giant magnet and a magic living bar of soap despise it's small size. It also can store the pieces of the steamborg during their battle. See also Hyperspace.
- Big Eater: Ate an entire chicken. In one bite no less!
- Boxing Kangaroo: Averted. It may look like she's wearing boxing gloves, but they're just regular red gloves.
- Brutal Honesty: As soon as she realizes El-Bow has feelings for Silver Spark, she immediately tells him it is too late, as Spark is already dating Laserblast.
- Crazy-Prepared: Thanks to her magic pouch, she can pull out any object from her pouch to help in any situation.
- Gratuitous Animal Sidekick: Parodied and subverted. She was scouted for reasons aside from being adorable (it did helped her with gaining Laserblast's approval though).
- Hyperspace: Her pouch leads into one.
- Intelligible Unintelligible: She speaks in a burbling language that really just consists of her saying "bo" over and over, but yet everyone can still understand her. She can also pull a bit of Pokémon Speak through a Scooby-Doo-Esque "Rippy-Roota-Roo!"
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: She left P.O.I.N.T. because she knew that the organization was deviating from its original mission after Laserblast's "death" and didn't want to be a part of it anymore.
- Smart People Wear Glasses: She wears them now in the present.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: Whatever became of Rippy since Carol and Mr. Gar left P.O.I.N.T. wasn't originally revealed. This was made especially conspicuous when we do see what became of Foxtail and Greyman. Rippy was the second-to-last member of the original team to have her currents whereabouts revealed, as Laserblast's fate was discovered after hers. In "Whatever Happened to... Rippy Roo?", we find out that she left P.O.I.N.T. because she knew that the organization was deviating from its original mission after Laserblast's "death" and didn't want to be a part of it anymore so she decided to get her Ph.D in quantum physics. She never stayed in touch with Carol because she tried to research interdimensional space hoping to find Laserblast and didn't want to get Carol's hopes up if she failed.
One of the most powerful heroes around. He is a hodgepodge of everything "cool".
Hero Level: 15
- 100% Adoration Rating: Everyone in the Plaza (sans Enid and Gar) gushes over him and asks him for his autograph when he is called into action by Foxtail.
- Artificial Limbs: Appears to have these. He can change his hands for various applications such as shooting flames or turning them into scoops. Humorously, when he needs normal hands, he changes to ones disproportionately small to his muscle-y physique. This is because he's an android with holographic images.
- Astonishingly Appropriate Appearance: Chip looks quite a lot like an action figure, which is appropriate considering he's just a prop meant to give people an idea of what a hero is.
- Blue Is Heroic: He wears a blue bodysuit.
- Brought to You by the Letter "S": Has his initial on his belt buckle in white letters.
- Celebrity Superhero: High rank heroes are often treated like celebrities, and Chip is the most famous of the lot. In fact, he was created to be a hero that acts as The Paragon.
- The Dragon: Turns out that Chip's an android, which Foxtail has been controlling remotely.
- Fake Ultimate Hero: In truth, Chip is a robot created by Doctor Greyman to be an Ideal Hero who inspires others, but doesn't seem to have any free will. And ever since Foxtail hijacked his controls, he's not been so heroic. Case in P.O.I.N.T., his behavior in "Mystery Sleepover" is that of an ultra-strict, abusive Svengali whos secretly pumping the honor students full of glorbs to give them an edge, activating them against their will if they refuse to do so, or when Foxtail sees fit. When he is given free will in "Chip's Damage", he himself admits he's a fraud and deactivates himself so that people will admire real Heroes instead of a fake.
- Heroic Build: He has a muscular body. Not so much under the Holographic Disguise.
- Holographic Disguise: He's a very skinny robot projecting a disguise of a largely build person.
- Humble Hero: While not one to pass up signing autographs, he not only apologizes to Enid for not listening to her, but is so impressed by her heroic traits that he offers her acceptance to P.O.I.N.T. Prep, no questions asked. Shockingly subverted however, as "Strength, Wisdom and Charisma", "Are You Ready for Some Mega Football", and "Mystery Sleepover" all implied that he isn't one in reality as he is seen happily endangering the lives of POINT'S students and bystanders alike with his glorb boosts whenever any honor student is close to losing or risks endangering the school's reputation... And "Final Exams" revealed that he's actually an android created by Doctor Greyman to be a symbol of strength, values, and heroism... but unfortunately hijacked by Foxtail, who has gone down a darker path as a result of The Sandwich Incident.
- Jet Pack: He has jet boots that allow him to fly.
- Meaningful Name: His name is based off the video game term "chip damage", which is when characters take damage even when blocking.
- Nice Guy: He is a bit of a showoff, but he was genuinely impressed with Enid and her heroic qualities, offering her acceptance into the prestigious P.O.I.N.T. Prep because of it. That said, his actual morals are later revealed to have been manipulated by Foxtail via remote control. Then in Season 3, when Chip is given full free will, he ultimately proves that he really is one by revealing his true self to the public and deactivating himself so that they can look up to actual Heroes.
- The Paragon: He's a powerful hero and basically the poster boy for P.O.I.N.T. In fact, Dr. Greyman created him to inspire people by embodying strength and virtue. Unfortunately, Foxtail cares much more about the former.
- Robotic Reveal: Turns out to be a robot made by Greyman, and later controlled by Foxtail
- Super Empowering: As revealed in "Mystery Sleepover" Chip Damage (And to a further extent, Foxtail) has access to glorbs that he gives to the honor students, but if they don't "use them wisely", Chip forcibly activates them.
- Superman Substitute: Superman seems to be one of the primary influences behind Chip Damage, due to him being one of the most renowned, powerful characters in the universe of the series, albeit designed as an action figure-like amalgamation of what kids would consider cool.
- The Svengali: This is how Chip behaves while Foxtail is remote-controlling him. Using the honor student's trust in him to pressure them into using glorbs as a dangerous performance-enhancing measure to improve the school image.
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Two of Elodie's classmates. Best friends since childhood.
- Animorphism: Koala Princess can turn into an actual koala.
- Awesome Aussie: Reflecting her namesake's native habitat, Koala Princess is a hero with a thick Australian accent.
- Berserk Button: Koala Princess prefers to be called by her full name, which includes her last name "Princess".Pastel: And this is my pet, Koala.
Koala Princess (transforms from koala to humanoid): PRINCESS! Koala PRINCESS!
- Cute Monster Girl: Pastel is one but what kind of monster she is isn't clear, having blue skin and hair and fangs.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Pastel appears as an audience member in the Lakewood Plaza Film Festival.
- Everything's Better with Princesses: Don't forget the Princess part in Koala Princess' name.
- Little Bit Beastly: When she isn't turned into an actual koala, Koala Princess looks mostly human aside from having a koala's ears and tail, which might just all be cosplay as her paws appear to be gloves.
- They Call Me Mister Tibbs: If anyone just calls her a koala, she will promptly remind them that her name is Koala Princess.
- Those Two Guys: The two of them are usually seen together
- Transplant: In an odd variant, Koala Princess was the star of a Show Within a Show of the same name in Steven Universe, mentioned several times as Ronaldo's favorite anime. She even resembles a design posted on Keep Beach City Weird, albeit with much darker skin.
A student from the Strength discipline and one of the honors students.
- Cool Sword: Her "Sword of Darkness", which was used to slay the Keeper of the Night.
- Deadpan Snarker: She makes plenty of snarky comments during Greyman's Wisdom course, one of which being a pot shot at his lack of powers. Ouch.
- Kick the Dog: As Greyman is giving a course on how heroes must rely on their mind as much as their powers, she makes a snide comment about his lack of powers, which is a notable sore spot for him.
- Purple Is Powerful: A purple-skinned demon hero who attends P.O.I.N.T. Prep.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: Word of God is that she is the daughter of the Demon Lord and is working to unite the underworld with the other universe instead of destroying them.
A student from the Strength discipline who, like Demon Queenie, is also an honor student. Always wears a Greek helmet.
A teen created of pure electrical power and has the powers of electricity. He's one of the few residents of Lakewood Plaza to attend P.O.I.N.T. Prep.
Hero Level: 3
- Action Dad: One of the last shots in the series finale shows him flying in the future with his child (likely his daughter given her pink lightning) and likely still in heroics.
- Chest Insignia: He has a yellow lightning bolt on his chest.
- Electric Black Guy: He's a black hero with electric powers.
- Flight: He's capable of flying.
- Freak Lab Accident: He was created when his parents were working on a way to cure static electric shock.
- From Nobody to Nightmare: Potentially. He starts off as an extremely anxious student who fears getting ripped apart by the school. After getting a power boost from Chip Damage, his delight with his new strength pushes him away from Greyman's insistence that he not go overboard with his powers.
- Logical Weakness: Blasts of water is his weakness due to being made of electricity.
- Power Floats: Since he has no legs, he floats using his powers.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: After the events of "Final Exams", he decides he doesn't belong at the super-competitive P.O.I.N.T. Prep and goes back to Lakewood Plaza Turbo with Enid.
- Shock and Awe: Can fire any type of electrical impulse from bolts to lightning balls.
A cat humanoid in POINT's Wisdom discipline. The series finale shows he grows up to become the new head of the Wisdom discipline.
- Badass Bookworm: Was introduced with a pile of books and is a student of POINT Prep. Even more so when he becomes the head of the Wisdom discipline.
- The Exile: He was exiled from his home for being a "mewsance".
- Cat Folk: A humanoid cat person who attends P.O.I.N.T. Prep.
- Punny Name: Being a cat person their name is Percival combined with "purr".
A red bird with muscular arms instead of wings who is a student in the Strength class. The series finale shows her becoming the new head of the Strength discipline.
- Female Monster Surprise: Are You Ready For Some Megafootball?! reveals Biki's gender to be female.
A cloud humanoid and head of the Charisma discipline. She would end up retiring with everyone else in the future.