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     GameSpazzer/WonderSquid  

AKA the Sadist RPer, Spaz has used one character almost consistently throughout the whole thread. She also tends to play rough with her toys.

Cloud Strife

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{I don't know if you can hear me or not, but... I have so many things I want to tell you.}

Having been unceremoniously yanked from Fenrir mid-drive by a certain mischievous Cetra and deposited outside the room, at one point before the Traveller mess, Cloud did his best to keep everyone from tearing out each others' throats when conflict arose, going so far as to make two universal rulesnote  . Being a bit of an enigma, he is generally very tight-lipped about his past and does not usually talk much about himself, even when pressed. After a series of unfortunate incidents occurring back-to-back, he is not very well-equipped with coping mechanisms of any kind. Because of the resulting instabilities, Cloud can be a bit of a wild card at times, but is a great asset in a fight regardless.


Alpha (Mike)

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A gamer from Long Island, New York, with a fondness for a virtual reality MMORPG called TOME, Alpha is almost always upbeat and likes getting along with everyone, although being a bit of a shut-in in real life means his social skills aren't as up to scratch as they could be. He appeared in the room after going through a strange door, and is now somehow stuck there in his player character. He is somewhat naive, but makes up for it with enthusiasm for whatever the current goal is, and complete faith in his teammates.


Kirbopher (Chris)

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A late but somewhat welcome addition to the party. A friend and rival of Alpha's from TOME, Kirb prefers to keep his personal life to himself. He can be somewhat cocky and short-tempered, but deep, deep, deep, deep, deep down, he still cares for his friends and looks out for their best interests.


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     Jamdat369/Strawberry the Second/Azure  

Dante

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A demon hunter and proprietor of Devil May Cry(his demon hunting business)who,after an especially strenuous mission felt he needed a vacation. After searching his world over for a place he can relax,and failing due to constant demon attacks,he crossed the dimensional boundaries,and found the Room. He soon become attached to the Room and the people he met there. He even set up a new branch of Devil May Cry in the Room,mostly to give him an excuse for visiting very often.


Haseo
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Haseo is a player of The World, an online game that's part of a system that may or may not be alive. He used to be a PKK a player killer killer, a sort of vigilante. He went on ths route in order to find the famous PK Tri-Edge. He didn't exactly like what he found. Haseo is not the nicest guy around but he's loyal to those he calls freind.


     pyr0h1tman 8  

Pyro is a poster that has been in the RP since before the Traveler arc. He is a Shin Megami Tensei fanboy, loves the number 8 and is pissed that PEOPLE LEFT OFF 8 OUT OF MY USERNAME GRR.

Characters:

Minato Arisato:

    Rivux/Dusty Pilot 

Joined the RP towards the end of the Persona arc. His draw monkey status remains unchanged from the FG.

Yu Narukami

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/P4Protagonist.jpgThe protagonist of Persona 4... the animation. Acts on the same shtick as Minato except that he summons Persona with a card.


  • Cool Shades: Retains the glasses he uses in the TV world. Hasn't had a reason to wear them outside of them, though. Eventually plays it straight when a pair of Kamina sunglasses spontaneously spawn on his face. He wears them a lot.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Genre Savvy: Lampshades many aspects of the adventure.
    "Is this the part where I say "They just keep coming" and then something smashes down and kills them all and magically stops them from coming?"
  • Katanas Are Just Better: Eventually gains a katana.
  • Plucky Comic Relief: Very silly at times, such things include:
    • Getting worried over fighting a guy in spandex first rather than the fact that he wants to kill him.
    • Telling a young boy that he'll shove his sword up the person that imprisoned him's ass.
    • Saying that he'll go collect information under an alias and in disguise when said that they should be careful with doing so.
    • This might just be his way of dealing with being in a world completely different world from his own.
  • The Straight Man

MegaMan.EXE

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"The wonders of technological advancement!"

A program yanked out from cyberspace into the real world, this troubles him greatly due to this being impossible to happen without some other device to hold him in. Despite being in an environment that shouldn't support him and being separated from his friends, he tries to keep a cool head about this.


Phoenix Wright and Maya Fey

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/pw-mf_7612.jpgPhoenix was called in to represent Yu in the case of Yu Narukami vs Atlantis (coming in via Godzilla), Maya tagged along since she is his assistant. In what should have been a very strange case turned into an adventure for the two of them as they got dragged along into Castlevania along with the others and the opposing prosecutor, Harvey Birdman. Together, with Harvey, they had their own side adventure of hijinks and hilarity.
  • Anime Hair: Phoenix's spiky hair, don't diss it!
  • Brick Joke: The burgers Maya ate earlier near the beginning of the Castlevania arc come up after the hard landing much later on.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Phoenix.
  • Genki Girl: Maya, doesn't lose her upbeat attitude even in Castlevania! ...except when she's getting her wits scared out of her, then she freaks out as natural as normally as one would.
  • Giving Someone the Pointer Finger: Would he be Phoenix without it?
  • Heroes of Another Story: Phoenix and Maya were a part of the Castlevania B-Plot which involved leaving Castlevania. Hoo boy did they leave Castlevania... That aside, their antics were largely unexplored during the arc.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Phoenix is the calm, straight man to Maya's quirky personality.
  • Sidekick: Maya is basically Phoenix's sidekick, there's a reason the Castlevania B-Plot typically starts up with some variation with And now with the lawyers...
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Maya's burgers.

Luigi

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/weeg_832.jpgThis second banana to the dynamic Mario duo came crashing into the room some time following the events of the Castlevania arc claiming to have shot himself out of a cannon. It was shortly after that he got entangled in the whole mess of the room in general being present for the destruction of the Room's universe and getting rescued by Chuck Goodrich. He may be just a cut below his normal confidence, and he may be just as cowardly, but he tries his best.

Karkat Vantas

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/karkat_full_775.jpgA grumpy troll from the long destroyed planet Alternia. After being unceremoniously placed in the room during a three year meteor trip with a few of his friends, he has been swept up in all the weirdness that accompanies the room. Though he somewhat enjoys the change of pace, he'd very much rather be back on it in case too much time flies by while he's off it.
  • Afraid of Blood: He doesn't take bloodshed too well, and he actively averts his eyes when he sees a lot of it.
  • The Grinch: Downplayed. He doesn't like the holiday all that much, viewing it as excessive fanfare and way too much good spirit in one place, but he doesn't actively try to make it worse for anyone. He even folds and participates in a Secret Santa event after Aven pokes holes in his reasoning to not go shopping.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: He's... touchy. Though he tries to keep it down so it doesn't land him in trouble.
  • Humanity Ensues: During the School Days of Hawthorne High arc. When he learns the truth, he's pretty grossed out and tries not to dwell on that time.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He can be a total asshole, though he can act nice to others in a weird, roundabout, backhanded, grumpy sort of manner.
  • No Indoor Voice: Subverted. Even though he's typically only seen shouting at everybody he knows, he speaks at a normal volume with the room folks so he doesn't piss off the wrong people and get thrown out.
  • Sinister Sickle: Owns a variety of them.

Apollo Justice

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/apollo-justice_4024.jpgA lawyer that found himself in the TARDIS at the beginning of a new adventure. Thrust right into the middle of all the strangeness, he managed to acclimate relatively well over the few days he meets the party. He presently awaits some method of escaping all the nonsense to return home to his own universe.
  • Hyper-Awareness: So long as he's got his bracelet on, he can stare someone down and look for minute changes in their behavior. It makes his eyes look all buggy and makes him look very weird in general.
  • Ray Gun: Following Keep the Flag Flying, where he had to fight in an emergency situation with sword, he picked up one. Purely for emergencies, however.
  • Rousing Speech: Gives one to the remains of the human refugees in Keep the Flag Flying. It manages to spur them to keep up the fight as a Gear attacks their last safe spot.

Giorno Giovanna

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/giorno_color_7138.jpgA coolheaded Japanese youth hailing from Italy. He possesses a power known as a Stand, a psychic entity invisible to those without one. His Stand, Gold Experience, allows him to give life to inanimate objects. Though confused by his surroundings, he decides to just bide his time in the room, eventually resulting in him tagging along with the rest of the group.
  • Anime Hair: Specifically noted too, by Travis, who was greatly perplexed by how his "hair turbines" worked.
  • Fighting Spirit: Gold Experience is this, being a Stand. He hasn't had it throw a punch at anyone prior to appearing in the room, however, due to being ripped out prior to the start of Vento Aureo.
  • Green Thumb: One of Gold Experience's abilities. It can give life to objects to create plants that grow in a specific fashion.

     MacDuffy  

DUFFSEID NEEDS NO INTRODUCTION.

Aven Turor

A self-titled "Hero For Hire" and skilled alchemist, Aven stumbled across the room one day on his journey and helped himself inside in search of loot. Now, he's found himself wrapped up in the conflicts of the room with everyone else. Despite this, he looks on the bright side, seeing this a chance for adventure and an opportunity for new companionship. Has a serious problem with the concept of fate.

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  • Chivalrous Pervert: Had a tendency to flirt with Arturia constantly. This aspect of him hasn't been seen as of late, due to a distinct lack of women in the RP...
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: Occasionally.
  • Cool Guns: His shoots potions.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Badass Longcoat
  • Eyepatch of Power
  • Gargle Blaster: His "special brew".
  • The Heart: Quickly grew into this role as he spent more time with the group.
  • Hidden Depths: What at first seems like a womanizing, plucky borderline comedy relief is revealed to have very personal reasons for wanting to assist the group on their adventures.
  • Large Ham: Turned into this twice. Once was due to a magic gun that turned him into a Lemony Narrator, the other was when he drank the aformentioned "special brew".
  • The Lost Lenore: Turor, the source of his last name, was a priestess he adventured and fell in love with that he failed to save from a tragic destiny thrust upon her. She is what drove him to dedicate his life to Screw Destiny.
  • Plucky Comic Relief: His other major role in the party.
  • Screw Destiny: As mentioned above. Though it's a bit of a subversion. He thoroughly believes in Fate, but is also convinced that it can be fought and beaten. He has dedicated his life to doing just that.

Giygas

Known in the room universe as The Thousand Maws, there is little known so far about it, other than the fact that it is insanely psychically powerful, and it seems to have taken notice of Roomworld...

     SR 3 NORMANDY 

After a bit of first-time Play-By-Post practice in the Forum Game, Norm has become confident enough to embark on his first full-on adventure.

The Ninth Doctor

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Right. You can hear me? Good. Listen. All this. The exploding universe. The space ship. The death. It's a Sunday morning for me. Just don't stray too far from me and I'll keep it under control. Trust me. I'm the Doctor.

Fresh from the Time War, the Time Lord known as the Doctor has lost everything he once held dear. Though he still travels the universe, more and more it feels like he is simply running out of shame. He stumbles upon the group completely by chance and has decided they need his help, though it has been some time since he has travelled with anyone. He is dedicated to the mission - perhaps a little too much - and has put his leadership and technical skills to good use. He can shift from bouncy and energetic to irritable and cynical to absolutely terrifying, sometimes in the space of a sentence. He has grown more comfortable around the group over time and swiftly becomes one of their trusted leaders. While his moral convictions occasionally cause him to butt heads with his companions, there is no denying his value to the team.


  • The Atoner
  • Badass and Child Duo: Has this dynamic when paired with Daisy.
  • Badass Armfold
  • Badass in Distress: Spends a disproportionate amount of time injured, captured or both. Mainly because he's a Non-Action Guy in a fight.
  • Catchphrase: He has one, and it's fantastic.
  • Deadpan Snarker: When he's feeling irritable.
  • Does Not Like Guns: Though he won't forbid the use of lethal force by the others if he feels it is necessary.
  • Flat-Earth Atheist: While he acknowledges the existence of magic and spirits, he still believes there is a rational explanation for them that he has yet to find. He finds the idea of Satan manipulating the group to be ridiculous.
  • Guile Hero
  • Hell-Bent for Leather
  • Hypocritical Humour: In spades, though to what extent he is being an ignorant ass and what extent he's trying to rile people up isn't always clear.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Has warmed up considerably to many members of the group, particularly to Daisy, Sagi and Alpha, though he won't hesitate to chew out anyone who lets him down.
  • Knight in Sour Armour: He'll always do the right thing, but he won't always be pleasant about it.
  • The Leader: Has fallen into this role with the group. Is a combination of Type 1 and 3.
  • Non-Action Guy: While he is certainly not cowardly, he is next to useless in a straight up fight. Even when his life depends on it, he has never so much as thrown a punch.
  • Oop North: In his defence, lots of planets have a North.
  • Papa Wolf: Don't you dare threaten Alpha or Daisy around him.
  • Really 900 Years Old
  • "Reason You Suck" Speech: Always seems to have one ready.
  • Rousing Speech: When in a good mood and feeling genuinely optimistic, he'll deliver one of these. In other words, a rare occurence.
  • Shell-Shocked Veteran
  • Smug Super: He is brilliant and he knows it, though he is becoming more modest and willing to accept help as he finds his place in the group.
  • Stepford Smiler: It's hard to tell when he's being genuinely optimistic or putting on a brave face for the others.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: Regards some of his companions as this when he is particularly frustrated, whether it is warranted or not.
  • Survivor Guilt
  • Technical Pacifist: For someone who hates killing, he sure is deadly.
  • Tranquil Fury: More common but no more pleasant than his outward displays of anger.
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     Latverian Badger 
Another Forum Game immigrant. Badger had posted in the RP before, around the Vesperia Arc, but only really got into the RP when the Castlevania Arc rolled in. Has now been in every plot since.

Jonathan Morris and Charlotte Aulin

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YYYAAAAA-HOOO!!!!

Jonathan! Stop goofing around!

A duo of adventurers who are no strangers to the terrors of Dracula's castle. Of course if by terrors, you mean "more asses to whoop" as Jonathan would probably say. Jonathan's a cocky fighter with experience wielding many weapons, while Charlotte's a logically thinking witch who has a natural talent in magic. And together, they fight crime! vanquish evil!


Lynne

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It's scary what a girl can get used to, huh?

A detective from an unspecified period of time around the 1970's or 80's (none of us are too sure). Upbeat and cheerful, Lynne suddenly finds the whole world crashing down on her when she happens upon the room at the start of the Spaceship Arc. Despite going through some traumatic experiences, Lynne keeps things optimistic as much as she can. To make things more complicated however, her time travelling the multiverse has started unlocking some strange memories in her. Memories of a murder, an execution, and a travelling ghost. But what could they mean?


  • Anime Hair: Just....look at that do!
  • Bait-and-Switch: Thought she'd be overjoyed to be reunited with the ghost from her memories? Not really...
  • Big Eater: Lynne loves her some chicken.
  • Diary: She writes in her journal a lot, mostly to recap the details of what they've been going through so far.
  • The Ditz: Is this sometimes.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: A strange subversion. She's been getting some lost memories back over time, but logically, they're of things that never happened.
  • Muggles: Is this when compared to everyone else in the party.
  • The Greatest Story Never Told: The memories she's been slowly unlocking are turning out to be this.

Millia

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You can't just let despair get to you so easily! Why? Why do you think it's impossible?! It has to be possible! You can't give up! If you do then...then what have I been...hoping for...?

A young orphan of Russian heritage, found as a typical street thief during the Keep The Flag Flying arc. When it ended, she asked if she could come with the group.


Millia Rage

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Hm...you see, in my childhood, I've always told myself that things were going to better, even when they got worse and worse, I held on. Now, of course, you might've just called me naive back then. But I'd like to think a little naivete helps us get by once in a while.

An older, colder and more deadly alternate version of Millia. A lot has happened in the decade or so that the above Millia did not get to experience.


     ShiningKnight  

New to the party bringing a character who he has played several times in the past

Harold Simmons

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Good day to you!

The prince of a country where his sister reigns and all men are nothing but pawns for her personal wars...Hal has a hell of a backstory. Heres the man himself explaining it to his new friends

My home planet is called Aerith. Theres many continents but my home is on the Mariglenian continent. Arkenea is my hometown and we've been in an uneasy truce with the seven other major lands of the continent. My sad story began on the night I was promised to marry the princess of the Machinist region. As you can likely tell they were a technological powerhouse. My homeland is almost medievil in our tech...Machinis built terrible...terrible things.

Christie was her name. She was nice...lovely and kind...reminded me of someone else amongst this group (hes referring to Thaum who may or may not be the spitting image of his lost love). She was friends for a while with me even joined our army. I fell for her and we were overjoyed to be promised together. But There was a faction within our court who believed "getting into bed" with the machinists would doom our way of life and on the night of the proposal ceremony...

The food and drink was caked with sleeping weed. We were lucky...we got a tip earlier and everyone had taken the antidote...but those who came...the royal assasins...ones under control of my sister...my own damn sister...I could never prove it of course but I know it was her...she killed mum...she killed my bride to be....plunged machinis and arkenea into war...

So the two countries were at war. Many were killed just so my sister can wipe out Machinis and claim the country for herself. She forced me to fight my friends there...I killed many...blood on my hands...of friends...then on the last days of the way we stormed the city...we were so happy...the war would be over now...but the machinists...they apparently allied with Drakovia...a country who deals with dark magicks...they slaughtered my entire army...I was the only one left...but instead of using the same magicks...they shot a ray weapon at me...

then I was with you guys...in that room...I thought I was in valhallah...but I think I'll be bound for the other place...never to see my christie again...

Despite this tragic background he is a cheerful guy willing to help his new friends in any way from dealing with their foes to sharing his provisions...

     Thespacephantom 
That one new guy. Joined at the end of the Spaceship arc.


Naked Snake

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Ryu: CIA?
Snake: More or less.

After saving the world from nuclear Armageddon back in 1964, a soldier codenamed Naked Snake is christened "Big Boss" by America for slaying his teacher and adoptive mother, known as The Boss, from whom he also inherits the title of "The Greatest Warrior of The Twentieth Century."

...

Of course, Naked Snake hasn't done any of that yet. He's just a soldier on a mission for the US government, who somehow made his way to a spaceship/restaurant in the middle of nowhere. Whether he ends up becoming a broken shell of a man who lives only for battle remains to be seen.


     Eldritchseer 

Eldritchseer decided to come to the RP to share his... odd sense of humor with all people. Joined during Deluge.

Francis York Morgan. Real name: Francis Zach Morgan

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What do you think, Zach?

A FBI agent with a lot of weird mannerisms, but a big talent in the field of profiling. He is very passionate about the cases he investigates, as well as getting his daily cup of coffee. Just call him York. That's what everyone calls him.


Knight Solaire of Astora
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A humble knight of the sun, kind of crazy, eccentric, if you will, Solaire seeks to be kind, do justice, and find his own sun, what that last one means is up to interpretation.


Dark Sun Gwyndolin
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Cast aside thine ire!

Lastborn of Gwyn, guardian of the deserted city Anor Londo. Exceedingly arrogant and underhanded, with some psychological issues to match, Gwyndolin is more unpleasant than the snakes that compose his lower body.


     Thestonedog 
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     Higginbid 

A forum game immigrant who peeked in at the beginning of the The Castle Of Dreams arc. Officially joined mid Spaceship arc.

Cyborg Noodle

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Noodle: "(i want to do that again)"

Noodle: "(how about you karkat)"

Karkat: "NOODLE, I DON'T KNOW WHY IN THE FUCK YOU'D BE EQUIPPED WITH A PARACHUTE, BUT I DON'T FUCKING CARE BECAUSE WE DIDN'T DIE THERE!! I NEVER WANT TO DO THAT AGAIN SO LONG AS BREATH DRAWS FROM MY RESPIRATORY SYSTEM."

-Cyborg Noodle and her trusty companion Karkat after miraculously surviving a spaceship crash.

After a long, complicated, dangerous adventure, an offbeat gunslinging gynoid tags along with our heroes mid spaceship arc, only to soon disappear for a whole plot. Returning at the start of the fragments and reflections arc, Noodle decides to fulfill her original purpose: help the organics. Nobody can really ever tell what she's thinking, as she cannot speak. Energetic, precise, and always ready for action, she gets along with the others very well, despite her unusual personality, and possible lack of a soul.


    Mobile Leprechaun/Globster A-GoGo 
An immigrant from the forum game, just as goofy as ever despite her best attempts to stay serious. Her slow typing is only exacerbated here, resulting in much ninja-ing.

Gordon Freeman

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"..."

The silent protagonist of the Half-Life series. His muteness is apparently a product of stress. Appeared seemingly out of nowhere during the Vesperia arc. Communicates via an erasable whiteboard he found lying around.


Proto Man/Blues

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Dr. Light's first creation, an enigmatic, independent robot who looks like a young teenager. Randomly teleported in during the Deluge arc. Is well traveled and kind of a loner, but is willing to help those in need.


     Tatsumar 

     josh 6243 

Magical Erudite Junon/High Priestess of Prophecy

Junon is the High Priestess of a group of Magicians known as Prophecy. She was travelling on a journey of self-enlightenment until she arrived in The Room.

  • Feminine Women Can Cook: One of Junon's hobbies is cooking. During the Keep the Flag Flying arc, she cooked a delicious plate of gnocchi in tomato sauce for a group of Knights she only knew for a few hours.
  • Heroic BSoD: Upon seeing Testament's scythe, she was reminded of the Reaper of Prophecy incident and her mind shut down.
  • Instant Runes: Whenever she casts a spell, runes appear in the air. Sometimes, these runes need to be touched in order to be activated.
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie: The pink-haired Junon is very optimistic and cheery. She also cares for the well-being of the others.
  • Stripperiffic: Most of the time, Junon wears a revealing outfit.
  • Tarot Motifs: Junon's name comes from the Swiss Troccas tarot deck, which uses Juno or Junon in place of The High Priestess card. Her title also comes from the Tarot Deck.

Retired Players

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     Motor Runner/Shadow Bender 

     Strigon 

A guy who was too lazy to do a character page.

     Death Chariot 

The guy who was grounded for a while and thus could not post for a period of time.

Lancelot Du Lac

Death's Main for the entire vampire Arc. He was summoned by the throne of heroes to help defeat Crimson Moon.

     Joesolo 

Formerly a regular poster, now only shows up occasionally on the discussion thread due to School work and poor time management.

Characters

Han Solo

  • Cool Star Ship The Millenium Falcon, Which was stolen about 3 minutes after he joined. later retrieved and used to get completely out of the room.

Chewbacca

     Dark Destruction 

Joined between the Spaceship and Deluge arcs. Uses the following Characters: Sonic the Hedgehog and Lucario.

     Armored Fury 
An immigrant from the Forum Games thread.

Alexei Yaroslavich Neudachnik/Alex

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A veteran Ukrainian Stalker, joined between the Spaceship arc and Deluge arc.


     Lilqueendaisy 

Daisy

This is Daisy before she became a trainer. Met the group during Vesperia arc and now is following them around with her charmander Flame. Then grew in Deluge arc.

    Randomman 5 

Joined in the middle of the Castlevania arc. Has no idea what he's doing, but is good at acting like he does.

Bang Shishigami

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"I've never met a problem I couldn't solve by nailing it!"

Idiotic ninja of Ikaruga and self-proclaimed Hero of Justice. Showed up during the Castlevania arc, claiming to have gone to the castle to destroy the evil within. He met up with the group in a haven and joined them after they learned they were after the same thing.


  • Alternate Timeline: Is specifically stated to have come from his Gag Ending in Continuum Shift (where he is shot out of a cannon). This leads to an...interesting conversation when Jin Kisaragi shows up, this Jin being from the Continuum Shift True Ending. It's also a way of differentiating him from the Bang previously played by another player.
  • Back from the Dead: Died after the fight with Death and "Somacula". He was revived by Aven and Charlotte.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: After being "vampirized" by a giant bat, he is ordered by Soma to kill everyone.
  • Combination Attack: "Bangsurfing" with Aven. Must be seen to be believed.
  • Idiot Hero: Many, many examples, the first being his reason for joining the other characters - he went to Castlevania to "destroy its evil," despite not knowing what said evil was.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Gets a surprising amount of mileage out of the 55-inch nail he carries around.
  • Killed Off for Real
  • Theme Music Power-Up: His Fu-Rin-Ka-Zan. Played Dance of Illusions while Bang was under Somacula's control, and was once stolen and used by Graham.
  • Highly Visible Ninja: Has done absolutely nothing remotely resembling stealth thus far.

Sagi

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Well, if I can help someone, why shouldn't I?

A young spiriter or so he told everyone at first from Hassaleh, a floating continent in the sky. Was accidentally sent to the "Roomiverse" (specifically, the moonbase) near the end of the Castlevania arc when it came into contact with Sagi's as he was using a Save Flower.


  • And Then Sagi Was An Afterling
  • Big Brother Instinct: Attack Daisy, and there's a good chance you'll be getting a taste of Sagi's sword.
  • Combat Medic: Has a wide array of healing magnus, and is still capable of kicking ass.
  • Elemental Powers: Almost all of his special attacks fulfill these roles, and those that don't take on the element of whatever weapon he has equipped, save for one.
  • Good Wings, Evil Wings: A person's Wings of the Heart look different depending on what kind of person they are. Sagi's are large, feathered and almost angelic.
  • Heavy Sleeper: Marno is completely incapable of waking Sagi up by himself.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Fully intended to make one before Marcus intervened. Crosses over with Idiot Ball due to him standing right next to Rock, who is not only already dead, but can regenerate her body.
  • I Am a Monster: Feels this way after Riza and Kirb have disturbing dreams that include, among other things, Sagi, as one of Malpercio's Afterlings, murdering Daisy. Until Helen slaps him, that is.
  • Katanas Are Just Better
  • Power Glows: His arms and wings glow when his heart is joined with Marno's.
  • Put on a Bus
  • Sharing a Body: Though Sagi is the one in control, with Marno more of a backseat driver.
  • The Heart / The Chick: More or less fills this role during the spaceship arc, oftentimes attempting to defuse any arguments or disagreements his comrades (or, very commonly, Marno) have gotten into, with mixed success.
  • Never Live It Down: In-universe example; The Doctor repeatedly references the time Sagi accidentally killed the Jakobs CEO.
  • Tranquil Fury: At the Pandoran bandits who locked the group up and stole their equipment for no reason. Eventually changes into a Heroic BSoD when he sees the Pandoran Gun Cult.
  • Unstoppable Rage: His reaction to Kirb's death, culminating in his transformation into one of Malpercio's Afterlings. It took a combined assault from Alpha, Rock and Kiba just to knock him out.
  • Winged Humanoid: His Wings of the Heart, though they don't allow him to fly, only enhance his speed and jumps.
  • You Gotta Have Blue-Ish Green Hair.

Marno

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Ever notice how difficult it is to think about how desperate and hopeless the situation is when you've got a spirit spouting jokes and lame puns every couple of seconds, and all you want to do is smack him in the face?

Sagi's (incredibly talkative and occasionally annoying) Guardian Spirit. Actually the wicked god Malpercio, who destroyed the Baten Kaitos world a thousand years ago.


  • Battle in the Center of the Mind: Does this a few times to break mind control, though it has so far only worked on Rock.
    • Also attempted one on Dave/Cloud alongside Motoko. It failed miserably.
  • Deal with the Devil: He and his siblings offered their souls to the Dark Brethren in exchange for the power to defeat Wiseman. It didn't work.
  • I Have Many Names: Tries to invoke this against whatever was inside Alpha when it did the same. In an unorthodox take on this trope, he isn't referring to himself, but his siblings, who make up the rest of Malpercio.
  • I'm Going to Hell for This: A rare non-humorous (especially from Marno) example - when Alpha mentions his theory about everyone actually being in Purgatory, Marno tells him that can't be the case since Marno would be "much lower."
  • Mind Rape: When Alpha used his power on Sagi, Marno was the one who took the full force of it.
  • My Greatest Failure: Destroying the world when he was trying to save it. He tries to hide his guilt by acting cocky and full of himself, proclaiming his title and status every chance he gets to use it. However, his initial reveal has shades of this.
  • O.C. Stand-in: Marno's personality, aside from some potentially snarky dialogue choices, is never elaborated on in-canon. Random has thus expanded this to basically make him a total dick to everyone he meets. Random has literally described Marno's personality as "Me, just with the sound turned up."
  • Plucky Comic Relief: Intentionally invokes this - he notes that it's really hard to focus on how hopeless a situation is when there's a spirit constantly making jokes and wisecracks nonstop.
  • Psychic Static: Notes that any attempts to read Sagi's mind would most likely end up reading his as well, though he's had no chance to test this.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Marno died a thousand years ago. He does not allow anyone to forget this.
  • Shoot the Shaggy Dog: He and his siblings were killed before they could even get close to Wiseman.
  • Sharing a Body: Though Sagi is the one in control, with Marno more of a backseat driver. Also briefly entered Alpha's body to try and drive out whatever was using him, unsuccessfully. Marno even briefly entered Daisy's and Kashi's bodies on separate occasions, giving them both Wings Of The Heart and giving Daisy brief (so brief she never got to use it) access to Sagi's The Godling's Rapture attack.
  • Shoo Out the Clowns: Marno tends to stop talking (or at least stop cracking jokes) whenever things get serious.
  • Shutting Up Now: Says this verbatim when he tries to convince the Pandoran Gun Cult to let him talk to Marcus on the grounds of him being a god, only for the Doctor and Alpha to tell him to keep his mouth shut.
  • The Voice: Literally has no body, and so simply manifests as a voice in the head of whoever he's speaking to.

Ryu Hayabusa

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"What the...?!"

Master ninja of the Hayabusa Dragon Clan.


  • A Protagonist Is Ryu: Not the protagonist of the RP, but this still counts as he is the protagonist of Ninja Gaiden.
  • Animorphism: Left the Room by somehow turning into a falcon and flying away. Steve? was the only one who noticed.
  • Anti-Hero: Moreso than most Room characters, since he has no problem with killing whatsoever. This leads to a Big "WHAT?!" from Lucario, Sonic and Alpha when they find this out.
  • Bow and Sword, in Accord: Said bow can also fire explosive arrows.
  • Katanas Are Just Better: Wields a katana rather than a ninjato, which is what one would expect a ninja to wield.
  • Not So Above It All: Said that he would pass on a snowball fight...then showed up ten seconds later on the roof raining snowballs on everyone.
  • Replacement Scrappy: Originally brought in to replace Sagi in the next plot after the Spaceship arc, only to leave and be replaced by Sagi a short time after arriving. A rather strange example as Random himself somewhat sees him as this, due to replacing his main two characters (Sagi and Marno) too early.
    • Rescued from the Scrappy Heap: Was later brought into the Deluge arc, where he proves himself rather useful in combat. The fact that he didn't replace Sagi this time (instead appearing alongside him and Marno) certainly helped.
  • Wall Jump: Did several of these in succession to get out of a deep pit a few of the characters had fallen into.
  • Wise Beyond Their Years: Has shades of this.

Holly Short

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"Sorry if humans aren't at the top of my favorite species list."

First female Captain of the Lower Elements Police Reconnaissance division. Doesn't like humans.


  • Action Girl: When held in a chokehold at gunpoint, she chooses to headbutt the demon holding her in the face. Yeah.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • The Fair Folk: Is an elf, one of the seven families of fairies.
  • Fantastic Racism: Hates humans, referring to them as "Mud Men."
  • Must Be Invited: Can't enter a human dwelling unless she's invited in, or she gets sick and risks losing her magic.
  • The Napoleon: Easily one of the shortest characters in the room, but won't hesitate to punch someone who annoys her.

     TARDISES 

Former regular, played as some prinnies.


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