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    Remmy Cormo

A sheep. Our hero, such as he is. He's moved to Zootopia to get a job loading trucks, and didn't at first realize that he'd gotten himself into an all-predator neighborhood. While a First-Person Smartass, he tends to be much more timid out loud, and just trying to deal with life one day at a time. Not unfriendly, but often awkward, particularly around women.

  • Ambiguously Bi: While he clearly likes the ladies, in "Just Business" he seems to take notice when Cliff and Neil hug each other, shirtless and sweaty after a basketball game. He also seems to get flustered when Neil jokingly invites him and Ozzy over for a "private game", although it's unclear if he was actually interested.
    Remmy: So, okay but, do you think he was being serious? Or like—
    Ozzy: Desperate's not a good look, woolly bully. You gotta try playin' it cool once in a while.
  • Animal Gender-Bender: Invoked, discussed and zigzagged; despite being a ram, Remmy lacks horns, although when Wolt asks him about it in "Field Day", he says that it's natural — some rams just don't have horns. Conversely, some ewes do have horns, although he notes that it tends to be seen as an unsexy trait.
  • Ascended to Carnivorism: Perhaps his most defining trait is that Remmy absolutely loves the taste of meat. He tries to get at least one "bug burga" each week, and when introduced to fish later in the series, it becomes his favorite food.
  • Badass Baritone: Despite his fluffy appearance and the Vocal Dissonance, Word of God says that he sounds approximately like the rough-voiced Gary Cole (Gary Duncan) in The Brogues' Garage Rock classic "I Ain't No Miracle Worker".
  • Beware the Nice Ones:
    • Though he's hardly a mountain of muscle and lacks horns, he's still a ram and so that means he's considerably stronger than he looks. In "Power Forward", Avo makes the mistake of holding a punching bag and daring him to give it his best shot. Despite being self-admittedly out of practice, the resultant headbutt slams into the punching bag with such force that Avo is floored from the kinetic energy behind the blow. Later, in "Sheepfacts", she notes that if Remmy did have horns, he might have broken one of her ribs when he did that. And this was with a predator-scale punching bag, roughly twice Remmy's size, cushioning the blow; now imagine just how much damage he could do with a clear shot to somebody's head or chest.
    • Remmy has a real bad temper that can explode when he finally reaches his limit, as shown in "Fall Back" when Remmy finally flips out over how he feels he's being treated like dirt by his neighbors for his species.
  • Bigger Is Better in Bed: When Betty and Avo start teasing him about his first visit to the local sex shop, he defensively blurts that he and his "nine and a half inches" have never had any complaints before. It's not clear if he's really that big or not, but he certainly got their attention with that claim.
  • Bizarre Taste in Food: Aside from his appetite for meat, he's also fond of Cool Mayo flavor chips, and is a little put out when he learns that everyone else thinks they're gross.
  • Butt-Monkey: Remmy never seems to catch a break in Pack Street, from being openly ridiculed and embarrassed by his neighbors to having bad luck in general. Things start to lighten up for him a bit after becoming a part of the pack, though.
  • Chick Magnet: He certainly attracts their attention, though it's derisive more often than it is affectionate, given how tsundere most of them are.
  • Covert Pervert: He's very much a predophile, even as he loudly denies it. Unfortunately for him, Everyone Can See It. Then there was when he wandered into the local adult bookstore by mistake, decided to stay as a joke, and became increasingly interested in the toys on display...
  • Dark and Troubled Past: There are very subtle hints that he left his family and/or his old flock on very bad terms, particularly given the way he eventually chokes when he starts talking about sheep flocks in "Sheepfacts". Given his status as a "wannabite", it's likely that had something to do with it. Remmy is also offended when Avo makes an assumption about his family and responds "you don't know my family" in "Cooking With Remmy".
  • Explain, Explain... Oh, Crap!:
    • A variation. In "Sheepfacts", whilst jokingly giving a seminar about sheep to thank his neighbors for finally extending a hand in friendship in a way that he can actually understand, he inadvertently gives out some facts about sheep mentality that exposes some of his own insecurities and problems, reminding him of his own unintentional moments of insensitivity and his own hang-ups, which quickly kills off his good mood and makes him give up.
    • In "Jam", when he realizes that Ozzy heard him asserting his relationship to a "Judge Cormo of Savannah Central, Second District", Remmy freaks and barely manages to hold off an apparent panic attack to assure the hyena that he was lying.
    I can't hold the facade. My eyes are wide, I'm grinning so hard my face hurts, and all of a sudden the laughter's coming out of me so hard and fast I'm having trouble breathing. Also, my heart is going like four thousand miles an hour.
    "Ha ha ha he's not," I blurt, manic. "I just made that shit up. I'm not even related to the guy, it's just a common last name for sheep!"
  • Friend to All Children: Remmy has been shown a few times to be good with children, such as his friendly run-in with Betty's wolf pup in "Among Wolves" and later reading to kids in Pack Street's library in "I Did Good Today".
  • Gag Penis: He's sensitive, on account of being on the small side for a sheep, but is entirely unaware that nine and a half inches is pretty much the opposite of a problem where his female neighbors are concerned. Even Betty and Avo are rendered speechless when they find out. It's not clear if he's telling the truth or not.
  • Innocently Insensitive:
    • A frequent offender, given the institutionalized Fantastic Racism and the general predator/prey segregation in this universe. At times, it builds to a head and he winds up being outright offensive, but he does his best to make amends. It helps that a lot of his insensitivity comes from the Poor Communication Kills from his neighbors; after they finally start talking to him more openly, he starts being a lot less of a jerk.
    • Subverted on some occasions. For example, in "Field Day", he's got no issues answering Wolt's various questions about sheep, like why Remmy lacks horns, and even lets Wolt touch his wool when he realizes the aardwolf wants to do so.
  • In-Series Nickname: "Yarn Ball", generally by Avo and Betty, "Woolly Bully" (after the song of the same name) by Ozzy, "Mutton" by Al and "li'l lamb" by Dora. More generally, he's called "Grazer" at first and "Wannabite" later.
  • Mysterious Past: There's only one person who knows Remmy's history, and that's Remmy himself. This covers everything from how he developed a taste for meat and why he moved to Pack Street to just who his family is. He claims to be the son of a "Judge Cormo" from Savannah Central, Second District, in "Jam" in order to scare off a Dirty Cop who was shaking Ozzy down for money, although he immediately asserts to Ozzy that he was lying about the relationship. Given how absolutely panic-stricken he was at realizing Ozzy had heard him, one has to wonder...
  • N-Word Privileges: A variation. According to "Sheepfacts", he sees absolutely no problem with being called "hoofer", an implicitly oft-derogatory nickname for ungulates, simply because, well, it's accurate, and it rolls off the tongue more readily than "ungulate" does. Subverted in "Cooking with Cormo", where Remmy mentions his distaste for 'grazer', and Avo accordingly tells the pack to avoid using the 'g-word.'
  • Unlucky Everydude: A classic example. He's socially uncomfortable, tends to make a fool of himself around women, and somehow almost always manages to wind up in the most embarrassing position when Avo, Betty, or Charlie walk in.
  • Younger Than He Looks: It's hard to place Remmy age-wise, but the closest would be mid-twenties. He's nineteen years old.


A tundra wolf. The officially-unofficial landlord of Remmy's apartment building, big wolf on campus, and essentially self-appointed keeper of the peace. He brooks no nonsense and insists on respect, but has a softer side that very few people ever get to see. His day job is as, essentially, a living forklift for a rodent-scale construction company, as seen in "Chum".

  • The Big Guy: The biggest guy in the apartment building. It certainly helps his image as the Alpha. It's also essential for his job.
  • Big Man on Campus: He was this in high school, and still carries himself with much of the same swagger.
  • Childhood Marriage Promise: With Velvet. Both of them still consider it to be valid, although "Just Business" shows that Al is dragging his feet on making it official and is a little touchy about it.
  • The Cynic: As a result of being raised to view the discrimination against predators in the news since a very young age, Al has become very cynical. This also results in his Fantastic Racism.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Only hinted at in the comics, but it seems to include a lot of general anti-predator discrimination and Velvet's older brother beating him up in an effort to dissuade their relationship.
  • Fantastic Racism: He appears to harbor a grudge against prey in general, but the truth is more complex.
  • Large and in Charge: Al is the biggest character in the pack, and the second-biggest seen as of yet, just behind Pandora.
  • Proud Warrior Race Guy: He's the Alpha, and occasionally has to fight to maintain that. All the canines understand that, and to get acceptance you have to earn his trust by standing up to him.
  • Team Dad: He does NOT take kindly to members of his pack getting attacked.
    "That whole 'no snitching' thing you seen on TV, I appreciate what you're going for, that's for cops. You gotta tell me. That's how this gets sorted. That's how this doesn't ever happen again."
  • Took a Level in Kindness: After Remmy apologizes to him and makes it clear that he doesn't want to be enemies in "Chum", and perhaps acknowledging his own part in the whole meltdown, Al gets a lot more laidback and easy-going. As early as the next story, "Field Day", he's shown openly laughing over Remmy's asking if being the new "Omega" means he's got to take a vow of chastity before good-humoredly assuring him that Anneke, Marty and Charlie were just dicking with him for laughs, something that would have been unthinkable for Al in earlier stories.


A timber wolf. She lives next door to Remmy and company, and is heavily involved with them. Fond of teasing, and intimidatingly large to Remmy, she takes notice of him the day he moves in and is immediately curious. One of Remmy's potential love interests.

  • Action Girl: She stands up to Al, considering herself just as equal, and not hesitating to talk back to him when she thinks he's feeling sorry for himself or past his prime.
  • Huge Girl, Tiny Guy: She serves as this whenever she's standing next to Remmy.
  • Mama Bear: She acts this way repeatedly towards Remmy, when not berating him, in particular nursing him back to health in bed with soup. It's not surprising, as she is in fact an actual mother, as "I Did Good Today" reveals.
  • Master of Unlocking: She can easily unlock Remmy's door with her claws, though they're not particularly good locks in the first place. She's actually employed as a locksmith.
  • Sassy Black Woman: Fur color aside, she does kind of fit the archetype, albeit the more sarcastic type. In the portrait above, she's responding to "Queen bitch coming through."
  • Struggling Single Mother: Downplayed. While her current situation seems stable, the examples she gives of how the Alpha helps the pack seem to imply that she's had trouble in the past. Plus, in "One for the Road", she worries to Velvet about whether she's raising her pup right.
    "Someone's kid getting shit at school and the faculty won't get their paws dirty? The alpha puts a stop to that. Some mama wolf in the pack whose deadbeat husband fucked off doesn't have money for formula or diapers for her pup? Alpha makes it work."
  • Tsundere: She's rough on Remmy, but just as often sweet, as seen in "Stray" when she personally nurses him back to health when he's feeling sick.
  • Women Are Wiser: Zig-zagged. Although she's not the only female predator in the pack, she is the first one to realize that maybe the preds have been making their own unfair assumptions about Remmy. This is why she's the first one to talk to Remmy during "Stray" and actually make some show of asking why he blew up at Al.


A stoat. Surly, quick to distrust and lash out, he's the librarian of the Pack Street library. He tends to complain a lot and looks down on people who aren't as sophisticated as him, but often ends up becoming the Butt-Monkey as much as Remmy. He's surprisingly gullible and paranoid. Very close to his sister.

  • Audience Surrogate: For a certain part of the audience, anyway. He's very much a literary snob, arguing passionately about how Hairy Porker screwed up in the last couple of books, becoming what he considers a Franchise Zombie, and in the comics loudly debates about House of Leaves.
  • Book Worm: Not surprisingly for a librarian, he surrounds himself with books.
  • Conspiracy Theorist: At least, he's very ready to believe that they exist if even a hint of evidence is provided. Remmy uses this just to troll him during the events of "B.R.E.", which at least he takes with good humor.
  • Fantastic Racism: He's also paranoid about prey in combination with the above trope.
  • Hidden Depths: When he gets worked up into a paranoid frenzy and convinces himself that Pack Street is going to be destroyed by a sheep conspiracy, his first reaction is to beg Remmy to keep Ozzy safe. That was the first sign that there was more to Marty than just irritability and attitude.
  • Jerkass to One: While not exactly the nicest member in the pack, he's especially openly hostile towards Remmy.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: If his close friendship with Ozzy is anything to go by, he's not quite as nasty as he comes across most of the time.
  • The Napoleon: He's one of the smallest guys around, but he's got a temper as big as Al.
  • Odd Friendship: With Ozzy.
  • Seldom-Seen Species: You don't see a lot of stoats in fiction.
  • Shorter Means Smarter: The smallest member of the pack, yet is a bookworm and a librarian.
  • The Snark Knight: He often tries to be this, but always somehow winds up being out-snarked by the target of his derision.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Anything grape-flavored, much to the disgust of everyone around him, who are thoroughly sick of it whenever he's in charge of getting food.
  • Wholesome Crossdresser: It's heavily implied that his sister, Martina, may actually just be Marty himself with a Wig, Dress, Accent. Also, that "she" might have a crush on Al.


A striped hyena. A street musician and probably the most mellow character on Pack Street, Ozzy seems eager to please almost everyone, but is unafraid to engage in good-natured ribbing or minor criminal acts when roped into it or he thinks the target really deserves it. He's good friends with Marty.

  • Ambiguous Disorder: Whatever it is, it seems to contribute to his usually submissive personality and easygoing nature, and is severe enough that he requires regular meetings with a government agency.
  • Ambiguously Gay: Cliff and Neil suggest, with knowing chuckles, that he won't be bringing any girls home any time soon, but stop short of actually outing him, if that's quite what they meant. When asked about Avo's camshow by Remmy he claims it's "not really his thing" and when questioned on why he's single he takes it as flirting and responds that he is "flattered -- maybe even a little curious" but states he's not looking for a relationship.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Jumped in to protect Remmy from an angry bear during a block party.
  • Dirty Coward: Though he's not so dirty about it, he cowers before his case worker, Velvet, and sells out the uninformed and innocent Remmy as keeping him from attending his meeting when he (Ozzy) willingly went with him instead of attending.
  • The Hyena: He's always up for a good laugh. Also, his species.
  • Odd Friendship: With Marty. Tiny, irritable librarian and huge, laid-back musician.
  • Waxing Lyrical: He tends to play appropriate songs on his guitar when he feels the time is right.


A jackal. She seems to enjoy being somewhat apart from everyone else and as sarcastic as possible, but though standoffish, she will respect someone who actually puts in the effort to get to know her and the community, which she cares about more than she initially lets on. Loves to make the nominally prudish Remmy squirm about his obvious fetish. Another of his potential love interests.

  • Action Girl: She works out a lot and is clearly in good shape, and it's suggested she's talented at boxing.
  • Animal Stereotypes: Or racial, perhaps, in that her room has an Egyptian theme.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Assuming the extra comics by Weaver are canon, she used to be an upbeat cooking channel host, which got her nothing but abuse and lewd comments, leading her to turn to pornography. This does explain much of her behavior in "Cooking With Cormo".
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: Largely hostile and rude towards Remmy at first, putting him down whenever possible, but as he shows that he's not trying to be superior, and that he can actually keep up with her, she becomes more and more friendly and even flirtatious.
  • Ethical Slut:
    • Though in the stories she hasn't been shown actually having sex, she works at Pandora's adult bookstore and has a more than healthy appetite for it, at one point offering to go down on Remmy if he'll just admit to being a predophile. She also keeps dildos that double as objets d'art in her apartment.
    • "Cooking with Cormo" reveals that she performs live adult camera shows from the second bedroom in her apartment. She unreservedly tells Remmy about it when he jokingly asks, and apparently everyone else in the building already knew.
  • The Freelance Shame Squad: Has Remmy just gotten himself into a humiliating situation? She's likely to wander by, though it's at least somewhat justified in that she works nearby and has to walk past his apartment to get to her own.
  • Jerkass: Her trolling efforts, in particular, can really make her out to be an asshole. For example, she does give Remmy some valuable advice about apologizing to Al, but then she throws in "advice" that turns out to be almost as big a faux pas as the one Remmy made in the first place – only Remmy's genuinely confused panic and the sight of the laughing jackal helps Al put the pieces together, which means she almost got him kicked out for laughs.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: "Ay-vo" or "Ah-vo"? Or, as some have suggested, "Ah-woo" (she's technically a wolf, after all)?
  • Shown Their Work: Though Remmy just calls her a jackal, she is noted by the author to technically be an Egyptian wolf, reflecting the taxonomic shift, and thus is counted as part of the wolf hierarchy. Specifically, she's the omega, until Remmy joins the pack as the new omega.
  • Sweet Tooth: Avo is virtually never seen without a lollipop in her mouth and admits to being addicted. She has giant jars of them. Worse yet, she's allergic to aspartame, so they're all real sugar.
  • Troll: Massively, though her pranks sometimes are to serve a good purpose by forcing someone into a situation that they need to be in but are chickening out of.
  • Women Are Wiser: Unlikely as it seems, she's been the one to most often dispense wisdom to Remmy about how to proceed socially, including giving him a much-needed chewing-out/pep talk when he seriously angered Al in "Fall Back".

    Charlie Foxtrot

A fox. The shadiest resident of Pack Street, she appears to be a professional criminal. She tends to pop up when Remmy is least expecting it, and to have a relative lack of shame. It's something she doesn't apologize for. She seems to only go after men she finds unusual for one reason or another. The third of Remmy's potential love interests.

    Anneke & Wolter Van Der Veld

A pair of aardwolves. Brother and sister are equally childish, often irritating, and oversexed. Anneke in particular tends to make passes at Remmy, but he's apparently not seriously interested in her.

  • Brother–Sister Incest: There's nothing ever confirmed, but, there are occasional hints they may have sex with each other.
  • The Dividual: Downplayed. They're usually together, but not always.
  • Everyone Has Standards: They refuse to sleep with anyone underage.
  • Half-Identical Twins: Presumably.
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: "Lovable" might be a stretch, but they're not seriously malicious, just irritating.
  • Obliquely Obfuscated Occupation: Remmy has no idea what they actually do when they're not clubbing, though he wouldn't be surprised to hear they were in "the world's oldest profession".
  • Oo C Is Serious Business:
    • After Pandora goes savage, Anneke is too shaken up to enjoy a night on the town that she had planned with Remmy.
    • After the savage hoax is exposed, Anneke starts acting cold and hostile with Remmy, angry about how he bought into the anti-predator narrative. Al mentions that it's caused problems between her and Wolt as well, and notes that they're not the type to fight over personal disagreements.
  • Seldom-Seen Species: Hyenas are rare enough, but aardwolves — the hyena's even less glamorous anti-social insectivorous cousin — are all but unheard of.
  • Those Two Guys: Their usual role.
  • Viewer Gender Confusion: It's hard to tell which one is which in the illustrations.

    Velvet Roe

A white-tailed deer. A city social worker, she's specifically assigned to Ozzy's case, keeping an eye on his Ambiguous Disorder, but she also has more personal reasons for visiting Pack Street frequently. Usually calm, cool, collected, and polite, she tends to provide a much-needed voice of reason and stability whenever she's around, though she's also awfully quick to jump to judgment.


A Siberian tiger who owns "Pandora's Box", the adult book and toy store that Avo works at, she's a bit of a fixture in Pack Street. Cheerful, extroverted in the extreme, and never one to balk at societal norms, she's also apparently a regular source of jobs for Charlie when she needs something special and not-quite-legal.

  • Big Fun: She's muscular rather than fat, but is very solid, huge (by far the tallest character in the series), and a constant source of joie de vivre.
  • The Bus Came Back: Finally gets out of the hospital in "Just Business".
  • Girly Girl: Besides Velvet, she's the most ladylike mammal in the series. She's not afraid of being feminine and is quite a flirt, at least with Remmy.
  • The Hedonist: In a very unusual, nurturing and motherly sort of way.
  • Innocently Insensitive: She makes a bad first impression on Remmy by first meeting him in Bug Burga, assuming he's there for his girlfriend (then, realizing she's upset him, implying that he might be gay instead), and generally being startled to see prey around. Not that she means anything by it.
  • In-Series Nickname: Everybody calls her Dora.
  • Nice Girl: Aside from her brief faux pas in the first chapter, Pandora might very well be the nicest character in the whole series. She's never anything but kind, polite, helpful and generous to everyone she comes across, and is possibly the only person Remmy loves hanging out with without any reservations.
  • The Not-Love Interest: Unlike most of the other females in the series so far and despite their constant flirty banter, she's not a potential love interest for Remmy. They both acknowledge they're not the other's type.
  • Sacrificial Tiger: Though not killed, her being turned savage offscreen kicks off the Wham Episode that starts to cause things to spiral downhill very quickly. Everyone is shocked and appalled, Charlie goes into traumatic Survivor's Guilt mode, and even Avo, now jobless, is at a loss for words.
  • Statuesque Stunner: Tall, athletic and very curvy.
  • The Tease: Comes with the territory when you own an adult store you raised from scratch.

    "T" Rex

A badger. He works at the local Bug Burga and is apparently almost-constantly high. On the upshot, this seems to make it easier to deal with the kind of abuse he takes every day. Either way, he's willing to give out good advice if he thinks you really need it.

  • Bad Job, Worse Uniform: See the image. Bug Burga has some goofy uniforms for their employees.
  • In-Series Nickname: His name's just "Rex", but he's cool enough to warrant the dinosaur allusion.
  • Nice Guy: He's a chill, friendly due who's cool with everyone.
  • The Stoner: He constantly acts slow, relaxed and mellow. It's unclear if he's really on drugs, though.
    • Erudite Stoner: Despite his mellow nature and possible drug use, he can give very good advice and make deeply philosophical observations.

    Cliff & Neil

A tiger and a lion, respectively. Friends of Avo's and regulars at Packer's Gym.

  • Gossipy Hens: Or rather, gossipy tiger, considering Cliff seems to speak to everyone about what Remmy was up to. It gets Remmy in trouble when Don hears the tiger mention that Remmy was on the scene during Pandora's "savage attack", which makes the coyote believe Remmy had something to do with it.
  • Lovable Jock: Both are avid athletes, and both are quick to befriend Remmy.
  • Straight Gay: All but confirmed to be a couple.
  • Supreme Chef: Neil runs a taco stand and introduces Remmy to his first taste of fish meat; Remmy compares the taste to dying and going to heaven.
  • Those Two Guys

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An ex-Packmate and former occupant of Remmy's apartment. In jail since before the beginning of the story. A llama.

  • Chekhov's Gunman: Ozzy mentions him in the third chapter, but it's not until chapter 28 that we learn anything about him.
    • He also appeared in an apparently unrelated picture by Weaver long before being introduced, but wasn't identified by name. It showed him with his own "pack", including Rasher.
  • The Ghost: He had already moved out by the time the story starts.
  • Greaser Delinquents: Remmy describes his look as this, complete with jacket, shades and a quiff hairstyle.
  • The Reveal: He was the first prey species to join the pack, before Remmy.
  • Time Capsule: The "stash" he left behind in Remmy's room turns out to be a toolbox full of mementos.
  • We Used to Be Friends: Whatever caused him to leave the pack seems to have left a bad taste for Ozzy, who implies that he's not the only one in the pack who doesn't miss him. Still, the collection of photos in his fabled "stash", along with comments by his former coworker in "What You Sow", at least suggest that they had some good times together before things went sour.
    Ozzy: Some folks, you know, you'd just as soon like to put behind you. Might find that's somethin' of a common sentiment, 'round here.
    Remmy: I— wh— I was under the impression he was well-liked. I mean, the box — seemed like a lot of good times in there.
    Ozzy: Well, sure, but who clips out an' saves all the bad memories?


A Durango coyote and member of another pack on Pack Street.

  • Conspiracy Theorist: He fully believes that Remmy was involved in Bellwether's anti-predator plot, due to the same coincidences Remmy himself was previously worried about in "Wannabite".
  • Knight of Cerebus: His attack on Remmy in "Dogwhistle" marks the first time our hero's life is in genuine danger.
  • Villainous Friendship: He's packmates with a golden jackal named Dewey. It's implied that he was hospitalised when Pandora went savage, contributing to Don's anger.
    "It should'a been you. Instead of my buddy in a downtown hospital bed it should'a been you on a slab in the fuckin' morgue!"
  • Walking Spoiler: For his involvement in the dramatic events of "Dogwhistle".
  • We Used to Be Friends: Downplayed. He and Remmy had one cordial meeting in "Chum", but he's largely absent from the story after that. Their next encounter is in "Dogwhistle", where he wants Remmy dead.


A stoat, and Marty's younger sister. Frequently found at Packer's Gym, selling snacks and drinks to raise money on behalf of the Pack Street library.

  • Nice Girl: She is always polite to Remmy, beyond a little gentle teasing.
  • Shrinking Violet: She has a tendency to nervously stumble over her words, especially when she first meets Remmy.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: She's pretty friendly and easy-going compared to Marty's abrasive, high-strung personality, although she insists that he's nicer than he seems under his sour exterior.
  • Theme Twin Naming: Marty and Martina, although they're not actually twins.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Shares her brother's love of grape flavors.
  • Wholesome Crossdresser: There are hints that she might actually be Marty in disguise. When Remmy first meets her, she sounds like she was about to call him by name before he introduces himself. She also stumbles over her own name, as if she were about to say "Marty".


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