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This section covers the characters from the original book adaptation:

Les Pyjamasques & allies

    General 
  • Animal-Motif Team: Les Pyjamasques, Tatouro and Les Mascrapules, have suits and names that based on various animals respectively.
  • Calling Your Attacks: Some of the heroes pretty much always call their super powers by name when using them, usually by saying their superhero names or animal route at the beginning sentence of their power.
  • Henshin Hero: The Pyjamasques actively transform from regular, non-superpowered kids into their superpowered alter-egos by their magical friends, the totem animals.
  • Land, Sea, Sky: Each of their vehicles specializes in a certain terrain. The Chat-Bolide is the Land, the Reptilo-mobile is the Sea, and the Astro-Hibou is the Sky.
  • Kid Hero: Les Pyjamasques are a trio of six-year-old superheroes. Their allies don't seem to be much older (or at least appear to be the same age)
  • Pajama-Clad Hero: Their costumes are essentially their pajamas, hence why they can only transform when in their pajamas.
  • Primary-Color Champion: Blue for Yoyo and Red for Bibou. Averted with Gluglu, who wears green (a secondary color).
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    Sacha/Yoyo 
  • Animal Motifs: In the original books, his motifs were primarily of a tiger. But it became a normal cat in later volumes of the series.
  • Blue Is Heroic: Wears blue in both his civilian and superhero forms.
  • Color-Coded Characters: Blue.
  • Fast as Lightning: In later volumes of the series, he leaves lightning in his trail when using his super speed.
    Amaya/Bibou 
  • Animal Motifs: Owls.
  • Badass Cape: In her costume, she wears a red cape with feathers.
  • Blow You Away: Being an owl-themed hero gives one the advantage of using a lot of wind-based attacks.
  • Token Flyer: The only one out of the 3 heroes that can fly.
    Greg/Gluglu 
  • Chameleon Camouflage: Fitting with his reptilian powers' theme, Gluglu can gain invisibility.
  • Early Adaptation Weirdness: In one of Les Pyjamasques original stories, Gluglu's costume initially had the ability to breathe underwater.
  • Odd Name Out: When it comes to the French names he's the only one of the trio whose civilian and hero names start with the same letter.
    Tatouro 
  • Adaptational Intelligence: Unlike Armadylan, Tatouro is shown to be portrayed as a dim witted hero.
  • Animal Motifs: Armadillo.
  • Anti-Hero: Due to being dimwitted of seeing the heroes and villains fighting each other, he often thinks that he is supposed to be the villain.
  • The Big Guy: He's noticeably taller than the other heroes, and even stronger than Gluglu.
  • Fatal Flaw: His dimwitted behavior of thinking that he's a villain is easily his greatest flaw, especially when witnessing the heroes and villain's actions towards each other.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: While he's taller than the other heroes, he is still a child and smaller than the adult characters, so it still counts.
  • Rolling Attack: He can roll up into a ball to attack his opponents.
  • Super Strength: Has this as one of his powers.
  • Super-Strong Child: He's a Kid Hero with Super Strength as his main ability.
    Lilifée 
  • An Ice Person: She has the power over ice.
  • Puppy Love: Lilifée and Les Pyjamasques seem to show this. But in the early volumes of the book, this was generally downplayed a bit due to the primary protagonists fighting for Lilifée's affections.

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Nighttime Villains

    General 
  • Card-Carrying Villain: Averted. Unlike the villains from the television series who do that is bad, the villains in the books tend to have motives and personalities that fit in line with their archetypes while representing moods in similarity to the Greek mythological gods.
  • Enfant Terrible: It can be assumed they are all or close to six years old and they're villains.
  • Rogues Gallery: To the Pyjamasques.
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: If some remains of their handiwork are seen during the day then usually just Conner, Amaya, and Greg notice it.
  • Villain Team-Up: Averted. Unlike their television counterparts, they'll always act on their own.

    Romeo Mecano 
  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: At one point, Romeo's Kisses Machine in "Les Pyjamasques et la machine à bisous" turned against his creator and got a spanking by his own robot for harassing the Pyjamasques..
  • Big Bad: Averted. Unlike his television counterpart, he tends to make recurring appearances in the book series.
  • Brainy Brunette: Has blue hair and relies on inventions of his own creation to make trouble.
  • Butt-Monkey: As of "Les Pyjamasques et operation zero", he often gets mocked and taunted by the heroes and other characters for the spiky shape of his hair and most of his misfortunes.
  • Color-Coded Characters: Blue.
  • Enemy Mine: At one point, he was forced to team up with Les Pyjamasques to defeat the Robot-Blizzard in "Les Pyjamasques et le robot-blizzard".
  • Child Prodigy: Is around the same age as the PJ Masks, and has built some seriously advanced machines.
  • Evil Genius: Is a young scientist villain.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: On more than one occasion he failed because his inventions backfired on him.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Relies on inventions he created to suspend the Pyjamasques' school or interfer with mythologic and folkloric characters that is related to dreams (in his first four appearances).
  • Insufferable Genius: He's so full of himself that when he tried to destroy the Pyjamasques school, his intentions was due to the students making a mockery of his failures of completing schoolwork instead of complimenting him.
  • Mad Scientist: A child version.
  • Narcissist:
    • In "Les Pyjamasques et operation zero", he tried to demolish the Pyjamasques' school in retaliation of the students making a mockery of his failures on poetry insteading of complimenting him.
  • Never Recycle Your Schemes: Defied. Romeo has no qualms about using old inventions and plans again.
  • Skunk Stripe: As of "Les Pyjamasques et operation zero" onwards, he has one white streak in his mainly blue hair.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: He believes himself to be the greatest kid of all time, considering all of his inventions to be perfect and dismissing things that weren't invented by him.

    Sorceline, the Mitomites, and the Papinuits 
  • Color-Coded Characters: Sorceline dresses entirely in black.
  • Evil Wears Black: As stated above, Sorceline's outfit of choice is entirely black.
  • Hover Board: Sorceline's Aero-Lune.
  • Lesser of Two Evils: Averted. Sorceline is seen to be more dangerous and homicidal than Luna Girl in the book series such as in "La legende des Pyjamasques" where she tries to struck the Pyjamasques with her lightning-powered magnet and trap them in a magical bag that makes anything and anyone disappear to oblivion.
  • Macabre Moth Motif: Sorceline has an army of Mitomites and moths that always follow her every action.
  • Non-Human Sidekick: Sorceline has a large swarm of Mitomites and moths as her mooks.
  • Pest Controller: Sorceline controls a swarm of Mitomites and moths.
  • Psychic Powers: Her Luna Magnet allows her to use a form of this; it can fire a beam that lets her levitate anything it touches into the air.
  • See the Invisible: The book "Les Pyjamasques et le cadeau de Sorceline" has her spot an invisible Gluglu in front of her, thanks to her Mitomites.
  • Wicked Witch

    Ninjaka, the Ninjazouaves 
  • Adorable Evil Minions: The Ninjazouaves, with how they're smaller than our heroes and villains, speak gibberish and pretty accident-prone.
  • Ambiguously Human: The Ninjazouaves have a humanoid appearance, and some of them are revealed to have names, but there is still the fact that they talk in their own gibberish, are smaller than even the other kid characters, and we never see what they look like underneath their masks.
  • Color-Coded Characters: Teal for Ninjaka, purple for the Ninjzouaves.
  • Gratuitous Ninja: Is this to the books, which is set in modern times but features a ninja anyway.
  • Highly Visible Ninja: Averted. Unlike his television counterpart (Night Ninja), Ninjaka tends to focus on being slightly stealthy via his motives.
  • Mini Mook: The Ninjazouaves basically look like miniature versions of Ninjaka. Taken Up to Eleven with Teeny Weeny, who barely reaches up to the normal character's feet.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Averted. Unlike his television counterpart (Night Ninja), his motives focus less on being skilled and more on stealthily stealing possessions from people that he needs for his own personal and needy uses.
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This section covers the characters from the TV adaptation:

The PJ Masks & allies

    General 
  • Adaptation Personality Change: In comparison with Les Pyjamasques, the PJ Masks are portrayed to be less mischievous and playful, and more serious.
  • Aesop Amnesia: The PJ Masks have to go through the same lessons, again and again, because they keep mistrusting the villains because of their past villainous plots, blaming them for something they didn't do, and also trying to get back at them for taunting them.
  • Animal-Motif Team: The three main PJ masks, and Armadylan, have suits and superhero names that are based on a cat, owl, gecko and armadillo respectively. As for their powers, the trope is zigzagged. Catboy's super agility and sharp hearing, Gekko's Chameleon Camouflage and Wall Crawl, Owlette's ability to fly, enhanced vision and wind powers, and Armadylan's Rolling Attack are powers one could expect from a hero with that animal motive, while other powers like Catboy's Super Speed or Gekko's/Armadylan's Super Strength, are not.
  • Badass Adorable: Every member of this team are prone to this.
  • Balance, Speed, Strength Trio:
    • Balance: Owlette
    • Speed: Catboy
    • Strength: Gekko
  • Beauty, Brains, and Brawn:
    • Beauty: Catboy
    • Brains: Owlette
    • Brawn: Gekko
  • Calling Your Attacks: They pretty much always call their super powers by name when using them, usually by saying "Super" at the beginning sentence of their power.
  • Chromatic Arrangement: Catboy is blue, Owlette is red, and Gekko is green.
  • Combat, Diplomacy, Stealth:
    • Combat: Gekko
    • Diplomacy: Owlette
    • Stealth: Catboy
  • Curtains Match the Window: Their eye color matches their costumes.
  • Dub Name Change: The original French names from the Les Pyjamasques picture book series are a bit drastic compared to their English ones.
    • Conner is the most major example as his name Sacha. As a hero he is known as Yoyo.
    • Owlette is known as Bibou, from "hibou" ("owl").
    • Gekko is known as Gluglu, from "glu" (slime).
  • Expy: The superheroes are inspired by the existing superheroes of Marvel Comics.
  • Fighter, Mage, Thief: Catboy's super speed make him the thief, Owlette's intelligence makes her the Mage, and Gecko's strength makes him the fighter.
  • Flight, Strength, Heart: Owlette's got the power of flight, Gekko's got the strength, and Catboy is the heart of the team, plus he have the heart of a true leader.
  • Henshin Hero: They actively transform from regular, non-superpowered kids into their superpowered alter-egos with the help of their pajamas and wristbands.
  • Land, Sea, Sky: Each of their vehicles specializes in a certain terrain. The Cat-Car is the Land, the Gekko-mobile is the Sea, and the Owl-Glider is the Sky.
  • Kid Hero: They are a trio of six-year-old superheroes. Their allies don't seem to be much older (or at least appear to be the same age)
  • Pajama-Clad Hero: Their costumes are essentially their pajamas, hence why they can only transform when in their pajamas.
  • Primary-Color Champion: Blue for Catboy and Red for Owlette. Averted with Gekko, who wears green (a secondary color).
  • Power Glows: Their suits light up whenever they use their superpowers.
  • Power Trio
  • Puppy-Dog Eyes: It happens in every cute and heartwarming moments
  • Speed, Smarts and Strength:
    • Speed: Catboy
    • Smarts: Owlette
    • Strength: Gekko
  • Transformation Sequence: Each becomes their superhero ego through one of these.
  • Transformation Trinket: The team transforms when they activate their bracelets while wearing their pajamas.
  • Two Guys and a Girl: Catboy and Gekko are two boys and Owlette is the only girl.

    Connor/Catboy 
  • Ambiguously Brown: Has a tanner complexion when compared to Amaya and Greg in the cartoon, especially notacible during the daytime scenes. This suggests he might be latino, but we never see any of the characters' parents so it's difficult to determine any kind of origin for him. However, his skintone is exactly the same as theirs in the merchandise.
  • Animal Motifs: Cats.
  • Brainy Brunette: Is noted for being smart.
  • Blue Is Heroic: Leader of the team and wears blue in both his civilian and superhero forms.
  • Cats Hate Water: Connor is terrified of water, as both Connor and Catboy. Luna Girl exploits this in "Catboy's Cloudy Crisis".
  • Color-Coded Characters: Blue.
  • Cross-Dressing Voices: In the French dub, Catboy is voiced by female actress, Circé Lethem.
  • Fanboy: Of Master Fang.
  • Fast as Lightning: He has lightning in his transformation sequence and leaves lightning in his trail when using his super speed.
  • Fatal Flaw: Pride. Connor/Catboy is very sure of himself, and has a tough time admitting to being bad at something. This has often led to him biting off more than he can chew, even after a failed first attempt.
  • In a Single Bound: His Super Cat Jump.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: His eyes are blue and heroic, and it shows for his catty innocence.
  • Kindhearted Cat Lover: It's only natural that a superhero with a cat motif would love them.
  • Kitty Cat Eyes:Even though he's the brave leader, he's can show pure cuteness.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: One of his main flaws is that he tends to rush into action without a plan, something that he had to learn to get over more than once. Lampshaded in the episode "Catboy Does It Again":
    Connor: I'm a speedster. I think with my legs.
  • Shock and Awe: His transformation has a lot of lightning effects in it. He also leaves behind a trail of lightning when using his super speed. In "Robot goes wrong", he was able to use this electricity to recharge PJ Robot.
  • Super Hearing: His hearing gets greatly enhanced in his hero identity.
  • Super Speed: Has this as his primary power.
  • Trademark Favourite Food: It's brought up in “Catboy's Tricky Ticket” that he likes peaches.

    Amaya/Owlette 
  • Animal Motifs: Owls.
  • Badass Bookworm: Before heading off to stop a Nighttime Villain she spends her time reading a book.
  • Badass Cape: In her costume, she wears a red cape with feathers.
  • Blow You Away: Being an owl-themed hero gives one the advantage of using a lot of wind-based attacks.
  • Brainy Brunette: Similar to Connor she has dark hair and is noted for being intelligent.
  • Color-Coded Characters: Red.
  • Coy, Girlish Flirt Pose: She did that as Amaya when she was flirting with Connor to try and get the spare Jayden Housten concert ticket.
  • Cute Owl: She makes a cute owl superhero.
  • Eye Color Change: Her eyes change from brownish to pure red when she transforms into Owlette.
  • Fangirl: Of Flossy Flash.
  • Feather Flechettes: She gains this power in the season 2 episode "PJ Power Up" note .
  • Flight: Natch, as she's an owl-themed superhero.
  • Girly Girl
  • Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak: Loves sports, reading comics, throwing slumber parties, and hanging out with both her male friends, Connor and Greg, and her female friends, Jenny, Marie, Meg, and another unnamed girl.
  • The Glasses Gotta Go: When she turns into Owlette, she loses her glasses and can see well without them. Justified, since enhanced vision is one of her super powers.
  • Glowing Eyes: Gets these whenever her Owl Eyes are in use.
  • Lady in Red: She's a leading lady in red pjs and a cape
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: After getting her Owl Feathers as a new power, Owlette can use them to form a shield.
  • Meganekko: Wears a pair of red glasses.
  • Odd Name Out: When it comes to the English names she's the only one of the trio whose civilian and hero names don't start with the same letter.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Averted. Owlette has red eyes, but is still a hero.
  • Red Is Heroic: Wears red as both a hero and civilian.
  • Super Senses: Gains night vision in her hero identity.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Is the only female in the team.
  • Token Flyer: Of the main trio, she is the only one that can fly without the help of a vehicle or other gadgets.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: She's the girly girl to Luna Girl's tomboy

    Greg/Gekko 

    PJ Robot 
  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: A rare heroic case, PJ Robot grew so fond of the PJ Masks that he eventually turned against Romeo and joined the heroes.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: When motivated by the power of friendship to defend the PJ Masks against Night Ninja, he extends his tool arms to be more intimidating. Night Ninja takes one look at the power tools and decides anywhere else would be a good place to be rather then standing in front of PJ Robot.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: He is responsible for creating and modifying several of the PJ Masks' tools and vehicles, including their space suits and the PJ Seeker.
  • Grew Beyond Their Programming: Went from being a mindless robot doing what Romeo programmed him to do, to a sentient ally of the PJ Masks. In "PJ Robot Vs Romeo", Romeo even admitst that PJ Robot has become smarter than he originally made him.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He was build by Romeo to befriend the PJ Masks and lure them into a trap, but he ended up joining them for real instead.
  • Hover Bot: Can fly and thus has no legs or wheels (though concept art for the character shows these were originally considered).
  • Mission Control: Serves this purpose when not accompanying the PJ Masks into the field.
  • Remember the New Guy?: He made his debut in “Wacky Floats”, where he is seen in HQ and the masks clearly already know him. Downplayed since he is given an origin episode later.
  • Robot Buddy: For the PJ Masks.
  • The Sixth Ranger: Becomes the fourth member of the PJ Masks in season 2.
  • TV Head Robot: His head is a digital screen on which he can project a face.
  • The Unintelligible: Speaks in bleeping sounds. Although every once in a while he says a few actual words.

    Armadylan 
  • Animal Motifs: Armadillo.
  • Anti-Hero: He wants to be a hero, but is not cut out to be one and often causes more problems than he solves.
  • The Big Guy: He's noticeably taller than the other heroes, and even stronger than Gekko. Gekko actually nicknames him Big Guy.
  • Car Fu: The episode Nobody's Sidekick has him using a car to attack Romeo.
  • Cool Helmet: He's the only hero who wears a helmet instead of a mask.
  • Destructive Saviour: His biggest flaw, and one the PJ Masks try to help him get over.
  • Dig Attack: When rolled up into a ball, he is capable of these.
  • Fatal Flaw: His temper is easily his greatest flaw. When he gets angry, he tends to lash out at whoever made him angry, be they friend or foe, and causing plenty of destruction in the process.
  • Ground Punch: His Thunder Thump attack is one of these.
  • Hero with an F in Good: Wants to be a hero, but is far too reckless, destructive and clumsy to be one.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: While he's taller than the other heroes, he is still a child and smaller than the adult characters, so it still counts.
  • Rolling Attack: He can roll up into a ball to attack his opponents.
  • Shockwave Stomp: He can stomp hard enough to shake the ground.
  • Sixth Ranger: Wants to be this for the PJ Masks, and in some episodes actually serves as one. However, he doesn't appear in every episode, and isn't always on the side of the heroes when he does.
  • Smug Super: He can be friendly, but also, cocky, arrogant and ill-tempered.
  • Super Gullible: He gets tricked by the villains in almost every one of his appearances, examples include Romeo tricking him into stealing stuff to build his own HQ ("Nobody's Sidekick"), Night Ninja tricking him into stealing the PJ Masks vehicles for his own use ("Wheels Of A Hero") and also tricking him to fight An Yu by forging a message from the PJ Masks ("Clash On Mystery Mountain").
  • Super Strength: Has this as one of his powers.
  • Super-Strong Child: He's a Kid Hero with Super Strength as his main ability.

    An Yu/The Dragon 
  • Action Girl: Duh.
  • Apologetic Attacker: She apologizes to Owlette at the end of part 1 of "Meet An Yu", telling her that she must obey Night Ninja once more, before blowing the PJ Masks away with her breath.
  • Brought Down to Normal: Her powers only work on Mystery Mountain. Hence, she loses them any time she leaves the mountain.
  • Fish out of Temporal Water: Due to having been trapped in the Dragon Gong for centuries, and the fact that she hardly ever leaves Mystery Mountain, she is quite unfamiliar with the modern world or modern day customs.
  • Flight: She can levitate.
  • Forced into Evil: When she was still a dragon, and had to obey whoever held the mallet to the gong, Night Ninja had her do his bidding.
  • Kid Samurai: In her human form, she's a samurai girl about the same age as the PJ Masks and Night Time villains.
  • Leitmotif: A Sitar, sometimes accompanied by a flute, is heard when she appears.
  • Little Miss Badass: She's got the kung fu skills to pay the bill and her divine wisdom.
  • Magic Music: Her flute allows her to manipulate the vines and rocks on Mystery Mountain.
  • Older Than They Look: In her human form she appears to be around the same age as the heroes and villains, but she's much older than that. (her biography on the offical PJ Masks site claims she has been trapped in the Gong for 1000 years).
  • Power Echoes: She speaks with an echo right before using her flute to kick Night Ninja out of her temple at the end of "Meet An Yu".
  • Power Glows: In addition to speaking with an echo (see above) she also glows with an red outline when kicking Night Ninja out of her temple.
  • Sealed Good in a Can: She was trapped in a gong in her dragon form, but freed by Night Ninja in "Meet An Yu" (technically, he already released her once in "The Dragon Gong", but she remained a prisoner of the gong in that episode).
  • Simple Staff: Her weapon of choice is a bamboo staff.
  • Teleporters and Transporters: She can teleport in a golden flash.
  • Voice of the Legion: Her dragon form speaks this way.
  • Weredragon: She's a magical dragon, that can also assume a human form.
  • Were Dragon: She was exclusively in dragon form while in the gong, but seems to spend all her time in human form after being released.

    Newton Star 
  • Adorably Precocious Child: He's one smart cookie and one smart superhero.
  • Batman Can Breathe in Space: He doesn't need a space suit or helmet when going into space.
  • Black and Nerdy: his favorite activity in his spare time is hanging out in the library, studying anything space related. And he wears Nerd Glasses during the day.
  • Cute Bookworm: In the daytime, he's a cute little boy who loves to read.
  • Expy: He is an inspiration of Captain Marvel, but with Doctor Strange's abilities and feats.
  • Flight: Flying is one of his superpowers.
  • The Glasses Gotta Go: Like Amaya, he wears glasses during the day, but not when in his nighttime identity.
  • The Hermit: He prefers the sollitude that space provides
  • I Call It "Vera": He likes to name the Asteroids he controls.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: He can summon energy shields.
  • Magic Meteor: His powers come from asteroids, which he can telepathically control
  • Only Sane Man: Despite his debut on season 4, he perfers to be the sane and smart occasional member of the PJ Masks. For example, in "Asteroid Accient", while the PJ Masks hanging on for dear life. Newton Star just dabs to rush on.
  • Science Hero: He refers to himself as a scientist, and at first he mainly used his powers to visit space and study asteroids rather than perform heroics.
  • Shout-Out: His shields strongly resemble those used by the MCU version of Doctor Strange (and other sorcerers).
  • Sixth Ranger: The third supporting hero to occasionally help out the Pj Masks, after An Yu and Armadylan
  • Superheroes in Space: While the PJ Masks occasionally go on space missions, Newton's powers are all based around Space, and he likes to spend the mayority of his time there.
  • Token Minority: He is the first and so far only black hero (and until Pharaoh Boy appeared, the only black main character) in the show.

    Teeny Weeny Ninjalino/The Splat Monster 
  • Ambiguously Human: Teeny Weenylhas a humanoid appearance, but there is still the fact that he talks in his own gibberish, are smaller than even the other kid characters (with Teeny Weeny being unnaturally small at only a couple of inches), and we never see what he looks like underneath his mask.
  • Heel–Face Turn: As of "Teeny Weeny Returns", he turned against Night Ninja and decided to work at the heroes' side.
  • Homing Projectile: One thing that makes Teeny Weeny so dangerous when he turns into the Splat Monster, is that he can telepatically control any sticky splat projectiles he fires, allowing him to make them home in on the intended target, so dodging the projectile won't work.
  • Lilliputians: He is barely a few inches tall.
  • Mini Mook: Teeny Weeny basically looks like a miniature version of Night Ninja. Taken Up to Eleven with Teeny Weeny, who barely reaches up to the normal character's feet.
  • One-Winged Angel: For Teeny Weeny, of all people; in "The Splat Monster", he falls into a pool of transforming splat and becomes a huge, muscular monster named the Splat Monster. He is transformed back by the end of the episode, but several other episodes see him regain this form.
  • Sticky Situation: Their Weapon of Choice is sticky splat, a substance that acts like super tough glue and comes in various forms.
  • The Unintelligible: Teeny Weeny speaks in gibberish, with occasional words thrown in.

Nighttime Villains

    General 
  • Card-Carrying Villain: The villains are not above admitting that they are evil, and what they do is bad.
  • Enfant Terrible: It can be assumed they are all or close to six years old and they're villains.
  • Evil Counterpart: Merchandise for the show has a tendency to pair them with the PJ Masks. Specifically Romeo with Catboy, Luna Girl with Owlette, and Night Ninja with Gekko.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Romeo, Luna Girl and Night Ninja are sometimes this towards their minions. Examples include Romeo to his Robot in “Nobody’s Sidekick”, Luna Girl to her moths in “Catboy and the Butterfly Bridage”, and Night Ninja to his Ninjalinos in “Owlette and the Owletteenies”.
  • Dub Name Change: Similar to the PJ Masks, they all have different names in the original French book series.
    • Romeo gets a last name in the form of "Mécano".
    • Luna Girl is Sorceline.
    • Night Ninja is Ninjaka and the Ninjalinos are Ninjazouaves.
  • Moral Myopia:
    • They freely lie, cheat and steal, but upon being defeated, they will often claim that it's "not fair".
    • In "The PJ Masks Save Christmas", Romeo is outraged that he is on Santa's naughty list, and attempts to destroy Christmas in return.
    • In "The Prank Wheelz", the Wolfies freely prank everyone without a care. But when they get pranked, they take as a grave insult, and seek immediate Revenge.
  • Out of Focus: With the introduction of more villains each season, the original 3 Nighttime Villains (Romeo, Night Ninja and Luna Girl) have gradually gotten less screen time.
  • Rogues Gallery: To the PJ Masks.
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: If some remains of their handiwork are seen during the day then usually just Conner, Amaya, and Greg notice it.
  • Villain Team-Up: They mainly act on their own but have sometimes combined their specialties to cause problems. Best examples include “Halloween Tricksters” (between Luna Girl, Night Ninja and The Wolfy Kids) and “PJ Masks vs Bad Guys United” (between Romeo, Luna Girl and Night Ninja).

    Romeo and his robots 
  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: While his robots are usually loyal, they can turn on him on occasion. The most famous example being PJ Robot, who joined the heroes instead of helping Romeo.
  • Bad Boss: Not nearly to the extent of Luna Girl and Night Ninja but he sometimes talks down to his robots, and blames them for his defeats.
  • Benevolent Boss: Sometimes toward Robot such as in "Nobody's Sidekick", "PJ Masks Save Christmas" and "Christmas Time with PJ Masks".
  • Big Bad: The most frequent villain to appear in the series and was the first one to appear too.
  • Brainy Brunette: Has black hair and relies on inventions of his own creation to make trouble.
  • Color-Coded Characters: White.
  • Enemy Mine: Along with sometimes teaming up with Luna Girl and Night Ninja he has this with the PJ Masks in "PJ Masks save Christmas" and with PJ Robot only in "PJ Robot vs Romeo".
  • Evil Knockoff: The Fly Bots are essentially evil versions of PJ Robot, looking just like how PJ Robot did when Romeo first made him, and having none of his personality.
  • Child Prodigy: Is around the same age as the PJ Masks, and has built some seriously advanced machines.
  • Dread Zeppelin: His Sky Factory, which debutes in season 3.
  • Evil Genius: Is a young scientist villain.
  • Evil Laugh: Quite a lot.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: On more than one occasion he failed because his inventions backfired on him.
  • Fatal Flaw: Like Catboy, his is Pride. He's utterly convinced of his own genius and skill as a villain, leading him to overestimate himself. For example in "Romeocoaster", he tried to take on not only the PJ Masks, but Armadylan and all the other Nighttime Villains as well, which ends up with him having to face a very angry Armadylan, Luna Girl & Night Ninja.
  • Friendly Enemy: In the second Christmas episode, he eventually teamed up with the PJ Masks.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Relies on inventions he created to cause mischief in the city.
  • Insufferable Genius: He's so full of himself that when he stole Gekko's voice he used it to constantly say praises about him, much to Gekko's chagrin.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: To Robot sometimes like in “Nobody’s Sidekick”, "PJ Masks Save Christmas" and "Christmas time with PJ Masks". And even the PJ Masks In “PJ Masks Save Christmas", PJ Robot vs Romeo" and "Christmas Time With The PJ Masks”.
  • Mad Scientist: A child version.
  • Narcissist:
    • In "Owlette and the Flash Flip Trip", he altered every picture book in town to contain images of himself.
    • In "Gekko and the Mighty Moon Problem", he used a stolen laser to try and carve an image of his own face on the moon.
  • Never Recycle Your Schemes: Defied. Romeo has no qualms about using old inventions and plans again.
  • Red Herring: He throws The PJ Masks off of his trail twice:
    • In the episode "Romeo's Crystal Clear Plan" he steals a moon crystal from The PJ Masks HQ, leading them into believing that Luna Girl is the culprit. However it turns out that she wasn't, as she was reading a book at the time of the theft.
    • Then in the episode "The Lizard Theft" he throws The PJ Masks off by releasing Lionel from his cage and then having Robot plant fake evidence in the form of a wolf howl and paw prints, which point towards The Wolfy Kids. The fact that they are seen using butterfly nets to catch moths, makes them look even more suspicious. However it turns out that The Wolfy Kids had nothing to do with Lionel being out of his cage, and the reason that they were trying to catch moths, was because said moths were tickling their noses and making them sneeze.
  • Robot Master: He has a robot that operates as his sidekick sometimes. He has also created several more during his appearances; including the robotic counterparts of the PJ Masks, a robot that can steal voices, Robette, and an army of PJ Robot knock-offs called the Fly Bots.
  • Skunk Stripe: Has one white streak in his mainly black hair.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Not so much as Night Ninja, but he still believes himself to be the greatest inventor of all time, considering all of his inventions to be perfect and dismissing things that weren't invented by him.
  • Take Over the World: He states in almost all of his appearances that this is his final goal.
  • Trademark Favourite Food: He's fond of ice cream, especially double tofu pistachio.

    Luna Girl, Motsuki, and the moths 
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: Motsuki acts as one to Luna Girl after becomming humanoid and being adopted by Luna as her little sister.
  • Bad Boss: Luna Girl frequently insults her moths and often tries to replace them even after she promised she wouldn't in one episode. In "Ninja Moths" they actually attempt to kill her and "Catboy and the Butterfly Brigade" they try to leave her.
  • Batman Can Breathe in Space: Anytime the characters visit the moon, Luna Girl has no trouble breathing while there. Unlike the PJ Masks, who need to wear helmets, and (in "Moon Breaker") Romeo, who had to stay inside his lab. The season 3 episode "Best Friends Forever" reveals that it's the luna magnet that grants her this ability; when the magnet began to run out of power while Luna Girl was out in space, she had to hold her breath. Motsuki also has this power.
  • Beast Man: Motsuki after her second transformation in "Moth on the Moon".
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: Luna Girl wanted Motsuki to become like a little sister to her after her second transformation. She got her wish; the two frequently argue, and with her new powers Motsuki can take command over the other moths away from Luna.
  • Color-Coded Characters: Luna Girl dresses entirely in black.
  • Damsel in Distress: Despite being a villain, Luna Girl needs help when she is kidnapped, trapped, or falling off something.
  • Demoted to Extra: As of late-Season 3 and onwards, the moths will now make less appearances after Motsuki transformed into a moth girl in "Moth on the Moon".
  • The Dragon: Motsuki served this role to Luna Girl after her first transformation. Averted after the second transformation, when she became Luna Girl's equal.
  • Envy: A lot of Luna Girl's crimes are done simply because they involve events she is unable to be a part of due to happening at daytime leading to her mindset of "If I can't do/have it, neither can they."
  • Expy: Luna Girl's character design appears to be a pastiche/combination of Green Goblin and Black Cat.
  • Evil Wears Black: As stated above, Luna Girl's outfit of choice is entirely black.
  • Frame-Up: To Gekko in two episodes, Luna Girl steals Cameron's toy car and frames Greg (Gekko) for losing it in "Gekko's Blame Campaign", and also in "Moth on the Moon" she frames him for doing something wrong and make his best friends arguing and blaming him for doing it.
  • Friendly Enemy: Luna is occasionally nice to the Masks, and they to her. In the short "Moon Rocked", the masks even threw her a surprise party for her birthday. Luna also falls into this with Night Ninja and occasionally Romeo as they team sometimes but normally argue and insult each other while doing so.
  • Gone Horribly Wrong: Powering up Motsuki to her final form gave Luna a "sister" who is more powerful than she is. As a result, Motsuki often overpowers Luna Girl and hijacks her plans.
  • Hover Board: Luna Girl's Luna Board.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Towards her moths, her sister Motsuki, and even the PJ Masks sometimes.
  • Lesser of Two Evils: In Season 1 Luna Girl can be seen as this compared to Romeo and Night Ninja. While the two other villains' schemes often revolve around Take Over the World tactics and proving their superiority, she mostly just steals things so she can play with them, with no greater plan usually involved. On several occasions, the PJ Masks have been able to negotiate a truce with her, or convince her to halt her plans by giving her something that she would like.
    • Averted hard in season 2 and 3 where she is far more homicidal and murderous toward the PJ Masks such as in "Moon Madness where she outright attempts to leave Catboy stranded in space where he will die for sure. However, she still remains as an anti-hero and somewhat nice to the PJ Masks, despite her changes in the seasons, and she even saved the PJ Masks when they were trapped in space in "Best Friends Forever."
  • Macabre Moth Motif: Luna has an army of moths that is [usually] following her every action. Motsuki is a humanoid moth.
  • Minor Living Alone: Since she got Motsuki as as sister, who has the power to teleport between the moon and back, Luna has permanently taken up residence in her fortress on the moon.
  • Mook Promotion: Motsuki started out as just one of Luna Girls' many nameless moths, untill Luna Girl used the moon crystal to give her a new appearance and some powers so she could become her dragon. Then, in "Moth on the Moon", she helped Motsuki undergo a complete metamorphosis into a more humanoid looking insect to act as her surrogate little sister.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Motsuki in her humanoid form has four arms.
  • New Powers as the Plot Demands: The only consistent thing about Luna Girl's magnet is it's ability to fire beams that allow her to levitate objects. Otherwise, it can do whatever the plot requires it to do (make the moths grow gigantic, create an impenetrable dome, hypnotise people), often with that new power only appearing in one episode, never to be seen or mentioned again.
  • Non-Human Sidekick: Luna Girl has a large swarm of moths as her mooks.
  • Pest Controller: Luna controls a swarm of moths. Motsuki can likewise command them.
  • Psychic Powers: Her Luna Magnet allows her to use a form of this; it can fire a beam that lets her levitate anything it touches into the air.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: Motsuki, both as a moth and a humanoid with a cute smile and a pair of big, cute purple eyes.
  • The Scapegoat: She tries to shift blame for her actions onto Gekko in the episode "Gekko's Blame Campaign", where she sets him up to take the blame by wrecking the city and the episode "Moth On The Moon", where she has her moths do several things setting him up to take the blame. Then in the episode "Owlette Comes Clean" she steals a telescope, setting Owlette up for breaking the lens.
  • See the Invisible: The episode "Catboy's Tricky Ticket" has her spot an invisible Gekko right in front of her.
    Luna Girl: That looks like that loopy lizard!
  • Self-Serving Memory: In "Motzuki the Best", Luna shows Motzuki portraits of some of her old schemes, albeit altered to make it look like they succeeded.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Luna Girl was the only female Nighttime Villain, until the Wolfy Kids were introduced in Season 2.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: She's a dark tomboy to Owlette's good-hearted girly girl.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Loves playing soccer, reading comics (like Amaya/Owlette), can ice skate since "Gekko Saves Christmas," going to slumber parties, having tea parties, and has a crush on Gekko.
  • Tomboy: Can sit like a boy as seen in "Heroes of the Sky."
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: Luna Girl goes from the least evil villain in season one to being far more murderous and homicidal in seasons 2 and 3, though back to being a least evil villain in season 4.
  • Verbal Tic: Motsuki tends to begin or end her sentences with a loud, moth-like squeak.
  • Villainous Crush: Luna Girl seems to have one on Gekko since "Gekko Saves Christmas," and when he saved her from falling by catching her in his arms in a bridal style.
  • Vocal Evolution: In Season 2, Luna Girl's voice noticeably becomes lower-pitched.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: Well, silver hair in Luna's case, but otherwise it's this trope.
  • Wicked Witch: Luna Girl's original French name, "Sorceline," is a play on the French word for "witch." The French version of the series refers to her as such.

    Night Ninja, and the Ninjalinos 
  • Adorable Evil Minions: The Ninjalinos, with how they're smaller than our heroes and villains, speak gibberish and pretty accident-prone.
  • Ambiguously Human: The Ninjalinos have a humanoid appearance, and some of them are revealed to have names, but there is still the fact that they talk in their own gibberish, are smaller than even the other kid characters (with Teeny Weeny being unnaturally small at only a couple of inches), and we never see what they look like underneath their masks.
  • Color-Coded Characters: Teal for Night Ninja, purple for the Ninjalinos.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Night Ninja barks more than he bites and it's usually his Ninjalinos who do all the work and while he may be Small Name, Big Ego, he certainly isn't to be underestimated; on several occasions he's been able to easily outmaneuver the PJ Masks with moves that would have put the most skilled acrobats to shame, he's quite accurate with his "sticky splats" and if the episode "Gekko and the Rock of All Power" is any indication, his strength may rival Gekko's.
  • Depending on the Writer: It is unclear exactly how many Ninjalinos there are. Their numbers vary from episode to episode, ranging from only 3 to over a dozen.
  • Dirty Coward: Night Ninja doesn't have the guts to face An Yu directly, either arranging for others to attack her, or stealing artifacts from Mystery Mountain in an attempt to even the playing field.
  • Dreadful Musician: The episode "Catboy's Great Gig" has him singing with the Ninjalino's as his band, but Night Ninja is so bad at singing that he breaks the school windows and the lampposts as well.
  • Dude, Where's My Reward?: The episode "Meet An Yu" has him return the dragon gong to mystery mountain, freeing the dragon in the process, and at the end he is sent back down the mountain by her without a reward. Of course he did try to steal magical artifacts from the mountain, so it's only right for Night Ninja not to receive a reward.
  • Entitled Bastard: He believes he deserves whatever he seeks, considering it his by right, despite being unwilling to go through the effort required to attain it.
  • Expy: Night Ninja appears to be a combination/pastiche of Spider-Man and Doctor Doom.
  • Frame-Up: To the PJ Masks in "Armadylan Menace", Night Ninja frames the PJ Masks for stealing the the new Flossy Flash comics, it causes Armadylan to blame them and started to against them for their criminal.
  • Friendly Enemy: The Ninjalinos and Night Ninja sometimes get along pretty well with the heroes. They are also this with Luna Girl and Romeo as they team up with them every s often but usually argue while doing so.
  • Gratuitous Ninja: Is this to the show, which is set in modern times but features a ninja anyway.
  • Highly Visible Ninja: He really likes to be in the spotlight.
  • Lazy Bum: In several episodes, he makes others do all the work for him, so he can claim the reward without effort.
  • Make a Wish: The season 2 episode "The Dragon Gong" has him steal the titular gong and the mallet that activates it. He then uses it to wish for An Yu (in dragon form) who resides inside the gong to attack the PJ Masks. When she orders him to return the mallet he refuses, and uses her for his own selfish purposes, which she's not too happy about.
  • Mind over Matter: In season 2, he and the Ninjalinos gain the "Ninja Fingers" technique, allowing them to levitate things.
  • Mini Mook: The Ninjalinos basically look like miniature versions of Night Ninja.
  • Never My Fault: Night Ninja is quick to blame the Ninjalinos when his plans fail. Sometimes justified, as there were occasions when his plans DID fail because of them.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: He is the one who released An Yu by bringing the dragon gong to Mystery Mountain.
  • Psychic Powers: the Ninja Fingers technique, that allows Night Ninja and the Ninjalino's to levitate entire buildings up into the sky.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Most of Night Ninja's schemes involve proving he's the greatest and most skilled person around.
  • Sticky Situation: Their Weapon of Choice is sticky splat, a substance that acts like super tough glue and comes in various forms.
  • The Unintelligible: Ninjalinos speak in gibberish, with occasional words thrown in.

    The Wolfy Kids 
  • Blinding Bangs: Kevin's hair completely covers his eyes. Promotional images and merchandise give him one eye visible. While a scene from the episode "Moonwolfy", has both eyes visible.
  • Bullying a Dragon: The episode "The Prank Wheelz" has them come across Armadylan at a restaurant, when Howler decides to use a drink cup and a rubber duck to play a prank on him. Needless to say Armadylan's not very happy at being pranked and uses "Rolling Thunder" to chase after them. Even Gekko (who was watching their prank on video at HQ) says that pranking him was a bad idea.
  • Catchphrase: “Yip-Yip-Yaroo!”, and "Wolfin' It Up!". “Shackadoodle” also pops up occasionally
  • Childish Tooth Gap: Howler has a visible one.
  • Does Not Like Spam: As shown in “Easter Wolfies”, Howler hates raw onions, and Rip can't stand potatoes.
  • In a Single Bound: They can leap great distances.
  • Leitmotif: An electric guitar.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: They can weaponize their howl.
  • Odd Name Out: Their names are Howler, Rip... and Kevin.
  • Our Werewolves Are Different: Physically, they mostly resemble the beastman version of werewolves (human looking, but with claws on their hands and feet, sharp teeth, pointy ears and long messy hair). They also display typical wolf behaviour like running on all fours, howling, and biting, but can also walk on just their hind legs, and are still capable of human speech.
  • Skunk Stripe: Howler has two of them.
  • The Ditz: Kevin is the dumbest of the entire cast by a long shot.
  • The Nose Knows: Sort of a requirement of lycanthropy.
  • The Smurfette Principle: While Rip is not the only female nighttime villain, she's the only girl in the Wolfy Kids team.
  • Terrible Trio: The team consists of 3 members, Rip, Howler and Kevin.
  • Token Good Teammate: Kevin is the least evil of the 3, which is the main point in the episode "The Good Wolfy”.
  • Tom the Dark Lord: One of them is simply called Kevin.
  • Trademark Favourite Food: Kevin mentions that he likes hot dogs and pink marshmallows in “Halloween Tricksters” and “Wolfy Mountain”, respectively. Also, if “The Wolfies Take HQ” is anything to go by, Rip likes strawberries.
  • Two Guys and a Girl.
  • Waxing Lyrical: The episode "Wolfy Powers" has them do this with the Theme Song for the show, with them replacing the words (for instance "I can't think of a rhyme!" becomes "And WOLFIN' IT UP!")
  • Werewolf Theme Naming: Played straight with Howler and Rip, but averted with Kevin.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Rip and Kevin both have purple hair, with the former having magenta tips as well.

    Munki-Gu 
  • Animal Supervillain: He's a monkey.
  • Banana Peel: One of his favorite pranks.
  • Mischief-Making Monkey: He's a monkey supervillain that only lives for causing mischief.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: He was trapped in the form of a statue for 1000 years, but is set free again due to Night Ninja's actions in "PJ Party Mountain" and Gekko accidentally patting the statue on the head three times.
  • Talking Animal: He can speak English, and is thus able to communicate with the human characters.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Bananana's.
  • Tricked-Out Shoes: He wears a pair of boots that allow him to fly.
  • Voice Changeling: He can perfectly mimick other peoples voices.
  • Wild Card: Easily the most unpredictable of the Nighttime Villains. He only cares for pulling pranks, tricking people and otherwise cause mayhem, but can be reasoned with. He also just as easily pranks other Nighttime villains as the heroes, and can switch alliances on a whim.

    Octobella and Percival 
  • Cross-Dressing Voices: Averted. While it may sound like she's voiced by Simon Pirso, she's actually voiced by the slightly identical-sounding Michela Luci.
  • Dreadful Musician: She doesn't have a good singing voice. Yet Armadylan complemented it when he first heard it.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Her tentacle was briefly seen at the end of the season 3 episode "Gekko Everywhere," albeit in a darker turquoise hue. The aqua-colored tip wasn't glowing, either.
  • Evil Is Sexy: She is shown to give Armadylan the sultry eyes when she introduced herself to him after he heard her singing. In the storyboard, she also does a sexy pose at him.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Her main M.O. when meeting someone new is to present herself as a kind girl that just wants to be friends, but it's all an act to hide her true, villainous nature, and she will turn on her new friends the moment she has them right where she wants them.
  • Femme Fatale Spy: She acted like this to Armadylan so she can use him to mend her crystal garden and then get him to find the crystal she needs to turn the PJ Masks into her garden gnomes.
  • It's Personal: She has a personal vendetta against Gekko because of the events in the season 3 episode "Power Pondweed", where he took the titular Power Pondweed, which Octobella considers to be her property despite her initially not knowing about it until Gekko tells her about it.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: She can unleash sonic screams while under water.
  • Making a Splash: Octobella can control the water she is in to create powerful whirlpools. Her crystal allows her to shoot blasts of water. In a deleted scene from the storyboard for "Octobella's Garden", however, she used to spray "Octo-Ink" at the PJ Masks before it was changed to using her crystal.
  • Power Crystal: She has an entire collection of Crystals. Among them are one that allows her to shoot powerful blasts of water at her opponents, and trap them in crystals, and one that lets her shapeshift into others.
  • Stealthy Cephalopod: She can turn invisible.
  • Tentacled Terror: She is an octopus-girl/cecaelia, so naturally she has tentacles.

    Pharaoh Boy 
  • Adaptational Attractiveness: He is loosely based on Apophis, the antagonist from the "Les Pyjamasques et la momie d’Apophis" two-parter. But unlike Apophis, who looked more like a typical mummy, Pharaoh Boy has no bandages covering his face, which in turn shows no signs of decay.
  • Adaptational Wimp: While he certainly has several magic abilities, he doesn't have some of his book counterpart's more impressive powers. Apophis was basically a god with the power to turn into a giant, mummified snake, and use his bandages as a weapon.
  • Another Dimension: When he's not in the city causing trouble, Pharoh Boy resides in The World Beyond, which he can enter and leave through a portal in a sphinx statue.
  • Grand Theft Me: He can possess animals (or at least cats), and can also forcefully inflict this on others.
  • Fish out of Temporal Water: Much like An Yu, the fact that he hails from ancient times makes him unfamiliar with the modern world. Unlike her however, he doesn't let this stop him from going out into the city.
  • Mind-Control Device: His Staff of Ra, with which he can control people, robots and even objects.
  • Mummy: he is a living mummy. This being a preschool-show, he doesn't look as scary as most mummies. His face for example is not covered in bandages.
  • New Powers as the Plot Demands: Much like Luna Girls magnet, Pharaoh Boy's Staff of Ra can do whatever the plot of the episode requires it to do.
  • Oh My Gods!: He frequently invokes the various Egyptian gods, especially Ra.
  • Power Parasite: With the Staff of Ra, Pharaoh Boy can take away other characters powers for his own use. They always end up being returned to the proper owner before the end of the episode though.
  • The Rival: To Romeo, since they both want to rule the world.
  • Take Over the World: The second villain in the show who wishes to rule the world, after Romeo.
  • Undead Child: He may not look as creepy as most examples of this trope, but considering he is a mummy and hails from a dimension implied to be the afterlife, he is one of these nonetheless.

Civilians

    Cameron 
  • Ambiguously Brown: When compared to his sister. Said sister has been seen holding the hand of a black woman which we can assume is their mother which could mean they are of mixed race or adopted.
  • Color-Coded Characters: Orange.

    Teacher 
  • Cool Teacher: The PJ Masks certainly consider him one, judging by their reactions in "Teacher Goes Ninja". That episode he qualified, though in an evil way, by temporarily becoming a skilled ninja.
  • Megane: Wears a green pair of glasses.
  • No Name Given: Is simply known as "Teacher".
  • Real Men Wear Pink: His pyjamas are pink, with a strawberry pattern.

    Jayden Housten 
  • The Ghost: Hasn't made a physical appearance in the show and is only recognized through posters.
  • Vague Age: Could easily be a Teen Idol but might be in his early twenties.

Fictional characters

    Master Fang 
  • Heroes Prefer Swords: His weapon of choice is a sword. One episode focussed on Night Ninja stealing it from the tv-show, and the PJ Masks had to get it back.
  • Old Master: He's an old martial artist.

    Kick McGee 
  • The Ghost: Frequently mentioned along with Master Fang, but so far he has never been seen.
  • Sidekick: To Master Fang.

    Flossy Flash 
  • Action Girl: A female hero who, if Amaya is to be believed, kan kick ass.
  • Girl-Show Ghetto: In-Universe example that is played straight in season 1, where Amaya is the only character who is a fan of her. Averted as of Season 2, when Armadylan is revealed to be a fan as well.
  • Purple Is Powerful: A powerful superheroine in an all purple costume.
  • Telepathy: She can tell where people are simply by thinking.
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